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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1810, Dublin, Dublin yy The BL1JN Tuefdty November November W O days ago the Queen received Ad vice by General Adjutant and an ordinary that the Block ades of and Tonofa are continued with andfthat General Nebot is beiieging The King was received with great Demonftrations of Tov at Guadalaxara and Alcah de Hena before he enterd November On Friday laft the Earl of Porttnore arrived here from GreatBritain He has already had a private Audience of the and has been taken up in receiving and returning the Vifits of the Foreign Minifters and others But we Conferences are to be held in a Day or 2 for concerting Meafures to Aft vigoroufly on this Side in Favour ot King The Perfon who was fentto Madrid by the Foreign Minifters refidmg at this to acquaint his Catholick Majefty with the Situation of Affairs and the Reafons why the King of Portugal could not fend his Forces to affift that is not yet neither have they received Advice of his Arrival at Madrid But 2 Days ago Don Diego Secretary of Notifyd to the Minifters or the that his Portugueze Majefty receivd Letters from the Count d Aiumar his Affibaffador to King and the Count who commands his Forces in dated the paft from and the iSth from importing that his Catholick Majefty con tinued with the main Body of his Army about Par do near He has fent a Detachment to feize the near the The faid Detachment advancing inro Old has laid the Country about Segoviaunder but has not taken Poffeffion of that the Enemy having put Troops into the His Majefty has feat another Detachment to which Place theyare fortifying with all Diligence de figning to make it a Place of as being advan tageoufly and commanding a Paffage the His Catholick Majefty having in vain offerdPardon Jto the Grandees who followd the j Duke of has thought fit to fecure the Wives and Children ot the faid Grandees and of other Per fons of Note who continue with hia and has ordered them to be removed from Madrid to to be detaind there till the faid Grandees and abandon tjie Duke and fubmit to their la wfuj They add that they have Advice thaj King Philip wasmarehdFrom VaEatyjit wfeeYe he was afrivxi with the Remains of his Army wftich cpnfifts of about 9000 Hen Bur they cannot epnjefture what Reafons to marchthat cesof Portugal and their under the Com mand of the Marquis de Villauerde are actually Fepe rated andmarchd into Winter Qaartersj of Officers are returnd their Quarters in the of their few Horfe have theirs iri the Country pf Miabo but Don Pedro who commands Proyirice of TtalotMantes has afiembled va friial and feizd Alsahife and 2iittle Places which niuGli facilitate the Recovery of de which that General has blockd and hopes to o Spaniards to furrender itiira hort rheCourt has nol whether they ftall fend their Army to the AMance of King Charles but the King has given frefh Af furances to the Minifters of the that he will ufejiis utmoft Efforts in order to in Favour of his Catholick and we make no buc that the Prefence of the Earl of Pontnore will give new Life to the Operations of War on this The Marquis de Bay having joind the Duke of An King Charles has refolved to put his Troops in to WinterQuarters and taken up his Refidence in Count commands in Ge netal Carpenter is to poft himPelt with fome Troops near General Stanhpe with fome Detach ment has pofted himfelf to guard the important Pafs Talavera de la with a great Part of the Province Mancz have fubmitted to King A Detachment is plac d to fecure the Bridge of upon the Tagus And the WinterQuarters of his Majeftys Forces extend into la in this Situation his Majefty propofes to wait till Succours are fent him this Winter fey the without which he cannot venture an Aftion with the who have drawn together all the Troops they have in are alfoexpeftingconti nual Reinforcements from France And by their Superiority will be in a Condition to diftrefs King if he be not timely Our Army is fepera CommilTions are to be Qiortly given for rai fing many new Regiments of Horfe and Up on Advice the Plague has penetrated into all Correfpondence with that Country is forbidden upon Pain of The feperating of the Imperial Army is put off to the i5th In the mean while all the Cannon are fent to which is to be Garrifoned by 8 or The Count du Ambaf fador of has written a Letter to the Senate of to complain of the as he calls of the Sieur in feizing the Grand Prior of and in his Matters for the but tis that Senate will thaf this is an Aft of a private wherein the Regency is in no inanner therefore French are not topretend any Satisfaction Letters from Venice that they had received Advice from Con tjiat the new Grand Vizier arrived there theiSlh of September from and had taken Poffeffion of his new They that from his firft it was judged he was weMdiP ppfed to maintain Peace with the he apjpeard to find out a proper Expedient to fend tfee King of Sweden home in all A t the Requeft of the Mar fiial 50 and as many Squa drons ca be quarterd thfs Winter on the tfian was at firft Marflial Wkxs af but will hardly be able the fatigues of another Ve have Advice tliat the Catalonians a the where they fortify tiemfelves and that the Enemy have alfo fijrtified Toledo and its which fies on i Rock and corcrnanis the The Elector of Savaria isexpefied at Court this Letters from ftttoria of the inftant the City qf SeviSf had fent to King Philip 700 Horfe well mounted and the other Towns of with Cordoba an4 had done the like in proportion to tfaeTir ;