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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Yy y From SAturday November i to Tuefday November 21 November they hope here to hear by the next that they are They ex HEY write from that petted at Bayonne 3 French Regiments of the Sieur Majker having whereof one is deligned for the Gari licited to purpoFe the Fon of the Fecond for and the third for The curethe Liberty of his arrived at Court the 5th who was Fome time ago feiid near Geneva inlfenty and has the Kingi that he and carried Prifoiier into according had given Fuch Orders for the march of the to the Solemn PromiFe given by that Mini 36 Battalions and 28 he has de fter to the Senate of Coire upon the relea tachedfrom that they Will ar fing of his Interpreter and the Submiifion rive at Gavas at the Foot of the Pyrenees made unto him by the he re on the 25th fromwhence they will fblved to revenge that Affront by continue their march for by the way of the French to the Oleronand Fo that tis believed and do himFelf and in order there the intended Siege of Gironne wffl be laid to uFe once more die Right of Repri thothe Troops the Duke of fals upon the Subjects of that Cro w n Noailles have been reinforced by Feveral being informed that the Grand Prior of talions from Languedoc and other France wasreturning home from Pfttice by Letters from tHe Country of the he him of the i8th of ifoe laft with his Retijjue within 2 Leagues of Coirey That King Charles was at a or CountryHouFe of the Conde kircen in the Dominions of the near and that that City had pub where he keeps him Tinder lilhd a BullFeaft and other to till he be removed to another Place of great receive and divert the King the His ter Every Body commends here Majefty had bought in and about the Courage and ReFolutionof that pri for his and paid the vate which ought to put to the full Value thereof in Ready and had Blufh the wrio have patiently fbf alfo bought theWfn fered the Indignity offerd to their Sove and paid for all With Ready reignty by the AmbalTador of f ranee in the The Princesi of Si feizingofCaptain Tis voy and Marlborough are impatieiitly ex very likely that Moafieur Mafher content to concert the Projects for the next ed this Defign with Cdunt and the necefrary MeaFures for Ambafftdor of the anddobbtlefs difappointing the BeFigns and Intrigues 6f his Imperial Majefty will never the All Paris a fetat Liberty the Grand Prior that they have reiblved at theFrench till Captain Renmd as well as Court to venturje their All for retrieving This vigorous Action their AfBirs th0 next and that tis prevent for the the befides the Augmentation of their like violent Enterprises of the The their EmifTaries are tifirig all imaginable En Count du Luc having received a Letter from deavours to embroil more and more the Af theGrartd wherein he defired him to fairs in the and Fet on Foot a League procure1 theJLiberty of dif in which would be highly Prejudicial patched immediately an ExpreFs to his to the The Stajtes received Fome timefincean Intimation of the Intrigues at Novemb Letters from Bayonthe Court oft helCzar and ibme and of the paft that proper MeaFures are taken to difappoint Came dowii the Pyrenees into the Valley of They w rice from that the along theHiver and advanced King of Poland obferving that the High Al near Okront but the Inhabitants up lies had Fome upon account of his forced thern to rehaving a Minifter at he has recalled turned a fecond time with a and tis thought the French Envoy at ami took Ttieywere his Courr will not continiaethefe Irery ftiil when the came btit as Letters from Pans that the French fome Troops were Fent thither to dillodge give that the Allies have loftfb many Meii ;