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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1810, Dublin, Dublin From to Stftofdxy Auguft Since our laft arrived Two Packets from W which brought One ZJoUdnd 2 Britifh Men of one of which is called the arrived at Leghorn from Three Days before their arrival they pafled through the French Fleet bound from ihclevant confiftirig of Sail Under Convoy of 8 Menof The Affies have dirpofed of their Fleet in the in the moft proper Me thod to intercept this Convoy Nine Men of War have been for fome time cruifing before the Port of to wait tor their which have fmce been joined by 15 Sail under the Command of Sir John Norm fo that it will be very difficult for them to avoid falling in with the Confederates before they can touch at any Port in Thefe Britifh Men of War in their Voyage from England pat in at where they had an that the Atxbufiade had attacked a large French Ship before the Streighis valued at 150000 Pieces of which ftruck after fome but blew up before the AmbufcaAe boarded her all her Men except 2 whd were taken up from float ing on fome broken Planks were aad 2 other Ships that were in Company with this yeflel that bound for Maloes from Marfefa made their Efcape because 6f this The Ambitfcade had 60 Men killed or wounded in the Aftion and being very much damaged in her Sails and was obliged to fail for Lisbon to July The tfench Fleet laden with Corn from the Lrtibl was feen fome Days agoiii thexLatitude thte failing towards fro vence and 2 Tartans were difpttched from hence to give them Intelligence that the Confederate Fleet was cruifing on that in eipeftation of their The Galleys of the Duke of which was ordered to faU for to take on Board the that favcd themfelves oh that Ifland after the Mifcarrijfge of their Expediton on are detained in tfie Duke having received Intelligence thjrt 7 Bfififfi Men of War were near Letters from Turin the Duke of Savoy was not yet entirely rid of his Fever and that they are afraid it will be a while before he is perMlf The Dnt chefs had ftilf a Diarrhea but boththe Princes were much Count Tduri having left Twin the without having been for his Roy al HighneiVs to copfcr with the Dulce a Operatiotis of the was arrived at to wait theie tfeArrival of tne which was to rendezvous at Demont the and marchthe nehct EXay into thel Mouhtainsr The Frertck fikd abtitt 6 or 7600 Foof on tne fi0e of De and threatened to make an Irruption with them into the Valley of ahi burn the Maga zines wiith tHe Cdrifederates Kaveat for Reafon the Imperial Lieutehantdenerai Zutitjangeti h4adf Ofderb to mainbh to with 8 who coni matids weregone the Bofy cpnimajjdet bf tte Gene iTfte feWoflne of tion were aH arrived at Cajlasnole the and A 9 neral Arnfoym with One Imperial Regi metit hard approaclfd to be ac A About a Twelvemonth feveral Soldiers and Sailors having committed an Infult on fome Servants of the Mufcevite Ambaf fador refiding in this the on a Complaint of the were laid under an Arreft but no Refolution was then taken concer ning tlieir further Several of tbeci differed Imprifonment the Defeent was at which time they were and fome of that Number were killed in the Battle near In the mean time the Perfon chiefly concerned in offering the Infult was kept under until fome whom the king had appointed to examine the lately gave Sentence that he hould be The Ambaffador was diffatisfied at this and having informed his Matter of the re ceived DireSions to infift QH a reparation more able to the Indignity and demanded that the prin cipal Offender fhouldbe fentenced to and thofe that aflifted him condemnetl to the which is a wherein the Prifoners as Slavess The Minifters unwilling to cpnfent to fo fevere a related to his Panilh Maje ftythe Ambaffadors Demands f and the King been pieafed to give pireftiofls that his Excellency receive the he The Offenders have been Condemned according to the Demands df the Ambaffador 5 it is he Will inter cede to prevent the Etecutiort 0f their is appointed to go with ft Commiffary to receive theMufcovite Troops freai IfWpthoufand and 4000 Foot are now to be inftead of 40100 goons which were to be received into the Danifh according to the Projeft that was ftrft con and the Veffete appointed for their Tranf portation are ready to There has been Extraor dinary Robbery committed makes a great Noife JTis the Cuftom of this that their Majetfies go a broad to their Countrf SeatSj their Golden with all the things there to belonging remain in their feveralAp partmentsy as if the Court was and there is ajways a good Guard before the fafme 5 but a Thief found means to down Chens Chamber through the Chimney by means of a Rope and took away a Gold 2 Bafons of the fame and feveral other things ofgreaC befides a great part of the Gold Fringe and Lace which he cut froma with which the King had prefentedHer few Days arid dieir made his efcapeV This Theft being Or ders were given to ihutup allthe and body was fufFerd ga out the Towir without being ftrifliy examined 5 but notwithftandiug this and all other they have not yet difeovered the norany Jjirt of the Goods he ftole The Puke otCvuriand has notifyd to this Court Marriage Niece of the Ciar of and that hia Czarilh Majefty has not only punOually performed what he fead tut alfo promifed hini Marks of his which will render that Match very advantageous to On the 2fft the Imperial Army decanptped froto and marched to gcrmerfheiin with ar defign to the Enemy Bat tle biit the French having received Intelligence of our away their heavy Baggajge be hind theiines of planted Cannon moffacceffible Places and are finer retired ;