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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1810, Dublin, Dublin UBLIK November Yefterday arrived Two Packets from which brought One Mandawk One with the following Nwentber Confederate Troops are on their March for their Quarters but will firfFer very much by reafon of the great which have rendred the Roadsvery and caufed the Rivers to overflow their Letters from Dauptine that the Forces detactfd from thence tor KouffiSen continue their March with all and the French flatter themfelves thfft there being few Regular Troops in they will eafily reduce and make fuch further Progrefs in that as will oblige the Ring of to abandon Two Days ago an Ex prefs arrived here from with that General Cujxni being informed that die Maleeon tents had left but a littll Garifon is marched with a great Detachment to reduce and took fo well his Meafuresj that the Hungarians had not time to throw any Reinforcements whereupon the Gartfon of the Town and Caflrle fubmitted to the and about 100 Gentle man who were therein abandoned the and returned to the Obedience of Iris Imperial Ma The taking of which and of the For frefs will embarrafs very much the Af fairs of the Hungarians and this Court is fo much incouraged by thefe that they will hear no more of any Propofals for an Accommodation with unlefsthe Hungarians accept the Par don offered without infiftmgon any further which their Leaders are not lifeely to bur tis likely they will hold jt out as long as they and then retire into and other Parts rather thanexpofethefnfelvtfs tathe Refentment of the We hare That the Duke of Anjott has given the Queen Dowager of Spain to That feeing he is deprivd of Means to pay her any longer the Penfion as her Majeity would do well to difmifsher and retire into a The Dutchefs of has aftually fold all her Gold and to main and has fent a trufty Officer of her Guards to with a Box of Jewels worth Three to borrow Money upon the Fame and if lie does not at he is orderd to go thence to The Raifing of the Tax of the Tenth Penny has already occafioned feveral Tu fn ults at the richeft Banker there refufingto deliver in an Account of his Eftate for which Rea his Honfe by Order of the im rhediately fiHd with all the Bankers went in a Body to the Paid Mini and reprefented to him theill Confequenees that woiild inevira bly follow fueh a Proceedings had fo that the Intendane forthwith easd the firftmeneioned Banker of the Burden of quartering Soldiersand fent an Ex prefs to give th King and his an Account of what and of the ReprefentaEions of the They write from of Mufeoyy eolacged tbe Piivi leges of tfeat CityA in relation to Trade with Foreran but fee has forbid the Exportation of and other Timber made of which wUl make ufe of for building of Tist his Czariib Majefty oifers to annex Livonia to the provided he may have a Voice in the Imperial Dyet at j and that he has fent to acquaint the Ottoman that he is ready either for War or Peace as they but that re ac counts a Rupture more eligable than an uncertain Pcaeej and therefore demands a potuive Anfner from the Grand whether be will maintain the Peace with and the other Cbriftiaa Powens or The Armies decamped the 15thfrom before and encamped on this fide Bethunsy the Right of the Duke of Marlberougb new arid the left at Beuvre asd Prhice Ea gens ftretching tlie his Army ro The idth the Two Armies marched through the Plain of and the Duke of Marlborougb paf fed the Canal at but Prince Eugene remaind with his Army on the other fide i th in the having pafled that the Troops hegim to The Danes and Pruflians njarched the fame Day foe their refpective and were fol lowed the day after by the other Troops j buc Lieutenant General Collar continues with a greal Detachriient near the and Lieutenant Geaeral Murray with another at to fecure the march of the heavy which is hourly expeaed from On Friday la ft the French Army broke and encamped behind Avejne CotHUi from whence they continued their march towards Their Motion made People believe that they intended to attempt to fall upon but they did not fo muelji as fend one Squadron to obierve our Letters from of the i3tHInftantj that on the King Charles having left good Gadfons in the Towa and Caftie ot pafsd the Tagus with the great eft part of his between Toledo but that they wereitill the between Tepiflecpe and Villa about 6 Leagues from Tekdo neither could thep pene trate into the real Defignsof the The De tachment which the Duke had fent over theTnguS to obtervethe confiftedof 5000 and gooaFootj and was pofted hardby Morx9 on the other iide of the Some of the Marquis de Bafs Troops were advaned as far as the little River wfjere they were to tarry til The Troops were very much hi eommoded by the continual Rams By Letters ar rivd this Morning from we are King laft Wednefaj feizd wirh a violent ContraSion of his but that the fame was fooa carried without leaving any about 9 of the his Majefty an Exprefs from the Dttke de whofeMeflage is not yet bat that it hasadded much to the Chear fulnefsof his We have re ceird that 18 and 14 Squadron5 are arrivd m Navirreitom poffiovi but tis uncer tain whether thofe Troops will tarry in that Pro or adysass and join the of Ar ;