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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Juguft SAturdtjj Augttft Since our laft arrived Two Packets from which brought the following A Etters from our Camp at thafc the French Troops on the approach abandoned all the Works near the Col Vqrsa but are ftill in pofleflion of the Caftle of far and of where they fortify thera fdves very as alfo in their Camp ztTour nos and The Puke of Berwick feems rc folved to maintain thofe fince he is joyned by all the Troops that were in and fome Regi ments from having left only 10 Battali ons at near which he has caufed fcveral new Intrenchments to be caft for ifs better Se The 31ft our Men attacked and took the Redoubt of and the Enemies pofted there was made Prifpners of Auguft Yefterday a Courier arrived from with that General Heifter having left about 8ooa Men near march ed the 5th with the reft of the Imperial Forces obferve the Motions of the who de fign to attempt the Relief ofthat important They write from that a French Privateer took lately an Englifli Merchant which lay at Anchor near in her way home from upon the French Conful there was immediately put under an Arreft by the Regency of that and not fe re leafed till the Ship be Auguft Some days ago the Mufcp vite Miniftcr had an Audience of his aruj defired hin in the Name of his to declare pofitively whether he would ftand by the Treaty concluded laft year with whereby his Majefty had to opppfe the Paffage of any Swe difh Troop jn into and that the Czar being the motions of the Forces of Sweden in witb a as tis to march on a fudden into the Pojifli his Intereft requird that he Vnow the Inten tions of this that he migjit take his Meafiares His Majefty lias ordered fome of his confer with the Envoy of the Czar on this and communicate unto him his Inten Auguft The of Ambafla dor of bas made a to theMi againft the defign ifcey had at firft to pub lifh a Manifefto concerning the Rupture of the Ne gotiajtiotjs of and to the Chri tfian thai if the were acquainted withal theSteps of die lace and that his Majeftyr was willing andieyea to fumiilj to carry on the War againft this might be attended with efpecially in the The King has been indifpofed fince Saturday with a Vomiting and 6ome Letters from Madrid that the Defeat of theSpanifli lias occalioned a great Confternation throughout and fo much the almoft twould be hie to iubiift our Troops for want of and other Our Count Is Afraid that the Count de Tzun march into Paffes into that Country not 9 fhofe into and tHe Confederate Fleet be Coaft to favour the JExectttion pfliis Auguft fy ibe Evening fylontl Crofts trriyetf being vhb tbf following Relanov of the Vifay obtained bf her Mwftfo ibofe of her qri thf of ife hft new Alolenara iv the of his Majeftf having received that the Baron LieutenantGeneral in the Seryice of hif Imperial was advanced as far as Camarafo 3 Leagues diftant frqm with Reinforce men ts drawn from the and the Troop lately tranfported from Itnlj9 fent him Orders to purfue bis March the next and to join tbe On the 26th fome of our Parties were on the Patrouille fent us as foort it was that they obferved a great Fire ia the Enemys and at Sunrifing we were inr formed that they were marching in 3 Columns towards whereupon feveral Parties of Huf larsand other Detachments were fent out to ob ferve the and difturb The fame Mor ning our Army decampt by the Dawn of the pafled the River Sdo9 and toqk Poft ia the new Camp that was marked out before near the Bridge of that General joined the Army before and an the De tachments returned to ihe After which his Catfcalick being advifed by bis by Defertcrs and that the Enemy had pitched their Tents in the Neighbouring Gar densof immediately held a Council of War and after all the Generals of the Allies had given their he ordered the whole tqftribe their Tents at and be in a readinefs to March accordingly the Army decamped that faffed over the Bridge of and took the Rout towards which is fituared on the o tier fide of the 5 Leagues diftant from Fpr the Execution of the prpjefted De LieutenantGenerai was commanded tp advance with the utmoft havingOr ders to lay a Bridge over the to fecure the Paffes near and prevent the March of the For this Service he had under his Command with 4 Regiments belonging to the Left 2 which were and 2 one ment of and thpfe of and alfp Count MajorGene rai of the in the Service of the with 20 Companies of 6 Pieces of and the neceffary This Dif being made for our jporces were immediately followed by the whole The Fpotpiarched in filing off frjom the till botlvLines had pafffd the who were foHpwed by the Infantry on the Right the of the Horfe of the Left moving after the Foot of the fame The Artillery marched after the Horfe of the The Cavalry of the RJight Wing brought up the The whole Ar iriy was obliged to pafs the River over rfie 5tone of npt being and the Pontoons being fent before but thefe Erlf ficalties were furffloimted by the Diligence of the and the Ardour of the Troops for before 8 in die Morning of the the whole Army bad pafled that fingle As we were to take the Rout thrwigh the we were pbliged to another finale was ese N tntci ;