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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1810, Dublin, Dublin S s s UBHH From Tuejda July to Saturday July Since our laft a Packet from Great Sicily was fled from with a great Sum of Mo whick brought One Ofreni riey belonging to the Military which he gave out he would carry to and take the ad van July tage of 4 Neapolitan Man of War that lay ready in H E Imperial Infantry having decamped the Bay of Naples to fail for I yefterday at and this day is to July The Envoy of Mufcoyy refiding 1 march where the Infantry of the here is gone to to wait upon the Prince Duke of Savoy arrived and the Count de of and to attend other Affairs which re General of the is thither quire his Prefence in that This Court to command the Army in Chief in the abfence of beejn fome time alarmed at the Preparations which the VeltMarflial Count who has put off Jiis the Sweclifh Troops in Pomerania have made for a departure tilijFriday in that his Royal but places a Confidence in the good fiighnefs wili be in a Condition to hold a Council of fures that have been taken at the tfague to preferve War before that to lake the laft Reflations on the ot the Empire from being molefted the Projects of The Pruffian Troops by the Northern Our laft Advices from Hun arrived yefterday at and are to continue gary that General fielder decamped their march to morrow to join the Thofe the Neighbourhood of and marched with hisr Troops are not in fo good a condition as they ufed Army towards UpperHungary it was expected that to he 5 for the march of their Recruits having met he would be joined by a Body of from with as well as unexpected Difficulties Tranfilvania and that he would endeavour to in fome parts of they want about 600 engage the Malecon tents to a who cannot join their refpeftive Bodies till We have received theConfir the latter end of Our laft Advices from mation of the late Diforder which how the Frontiers that the Duke of Berwick is arri was foon and every thing was very ved at and has reinforced the 10 Battalip quiet again Armies in Catalonia are ftill ons pafted there with 2 and a Regiment of in the fame poft ours being encamped between Ibars befides another that is daily and and the Enemy near We The Enemy feem very apprehenfive that the Allies look upon the on that fide to be at defign to attack them on that becaufe of the The yth 40 Sail of Confederate Sftips motions of the main Body of their Army towards appeared off of theCoaft of where their is iikewife a great Magazine edto Land fome by favour of the Cannon of and a Train of General qhebinder their but the Governour of Doa away on Monday laft for to command the Sancbo de came down with Two Troops Troops about which are to make a motion on of and prevented them and the feme Ships that as foon the Count deTaun is marched were again put to Seai The Council of the Indies from are very angry with the French July The Tartan Pink that brought a Fleet at to fetch home the over the Marquis a Grandee of in 4 July The Townof Major days from fent back on the Inftant fortified placeon the Frontier of by Cbermyni with the Packets he had received furrenderf for a Sum of to the from for and the Ad who are entred into that and havealrea mirals Norris and having CeK Q laid feveral Places under Orders and feveral other Officers on board are fent to all the for our Troops who aregoing to Regiments in in a readinefs to march upon the firft A great part of that returned on board by way of to oblige the Enemy the Duke of Turfisstallies arc fince dead js two of to retire out of the Province of thofe Veflels are appointed to tranfport the July The laft Advices from Bender der to with orders to fail from thence that the Cham of Crim Tartary had affemblca to for thofe that faved themfelves in that a Body of 10000 Men within half League of that Tis faid that Sir John Norris has fignified to ferve the King of Sweden as a Guard ia to this that the Queen of Great his Paffage to his Dominions but that hh Majefty his cannot but exprefs on all occafions her refolved to wait the Return of Monfieur Higheft Refentment againft for having per whom he bad fent to the before he roitted the Duke of Turfa one of their to would leave They that the Palatin of make in their Dominions fuch art de was alfo with the Cham of Our laft tfgnd againft one of the Kingdoms belonging to the Advices from the Camp before that her Alleyand that looking upon the Mufcovites having prevented the Swedifh Vef feheir Permiffion or Connivance as a Breach of their fels from approaching the Town on that he would attack the Queens Enemies the Garifon being diftrefled for want of Provifionsj in all their We are told that weakned by and defpairing of it Sir John Norris is to demand of this the was believed the Governour would capitulate with Confifcatipn of the Eftate ot the faid Duke in few Days 5 that FeltMarftal had ac July Yefterday a Frenchman called quainted him with the Surrender of a Domeftick of the Grand Prior renting the Danger ot his longer when furthered a young Woman of the fame and be had no profpeft ot Relief j and had affured that iived in the fame by giving her feveral that if he to deliverup the Town upbii fco Stabs with TmFatt was committed nourable he muft sot the laft Estre at Koonday ia the ptefence of many mity j but the Governour had not returned any An yec the Muftherer made bis Efcape before theOffi fwer tothis Summons at the time of the Difpatch of cers of Juirice came to apprehend We hear tbefe from Secretary Dunkirk July Several BriJifh Men of War fci War to the Marquis fa hs Viceroy of were fech in the height of Amblettufet which occa ;