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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - January 11, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Francis Dickson. N \ * >. Containing a IMPARTIAL Full and ACCOUNI THE 1 3 Foreign and Domeftick News Tuelday, January tl)C iich, 1708,3?. Fra�a t&e Ga^tte, Publfbed by Authority* ^ To tbs QVEEtfs moft Excellent Majefty. The humole AddreTs of the Proteftant DiiTenting Minivers, of the ftj^ral Denominations in and about the Cky otLor.dcn; prefented ro Her Majefty by Mr. Matthew CUrb, and introduced by the Right Honourable the Earl of Sunderland. Mortars, 4 Cannon, and 17CO Dragoons were taken : So chat the Enemy were imirJy routed. We are in continual Expectation of the Parri- es ( May it pleafe Your Majefty, AS we can 1 but be fenfikly touched with whatevsr n-:ar* ly concerns your & acred''jtitjefly, ws humbly ask ^ed0S to Condole the Ufs of that illujirious Prince, wbofe conjugal Fidelity and Affectim^to your Royal Per fin, and Steadinefs to the Pfotefium Interej't, in Times of the greatesl Vangtr, were fo Eminent and Exemplary. 7befe, together with his other Perianal Virtues, did not fail to recommend him to the higheji Pofts of Honour and Truft ; while bit fitted Communion was an Evidence of the tendernefs of his Cenfcience in Matters of Religion. We gratefully adore-the Divine Providence, tbit,to alle* viate your Majefty's Grief on this Occafion, has buffed the Confederate Arms with a continued Train of Success) bnh by Sea and Land Wbile all the World admires the Conduct of thoje Great Generals, and the Courage of tbo[e braWi Troops, that fo often defeat unequal Numbers of the Enemy we can but take No-lice bow much your Majefty's Piety, the Mjdiration of tour Government, and your conji ant Care to maintain the Glcrtvus Caufe of Liberty^ bane hem attended with the favourable Pro* yeftionof Heaven, and md\eyour Life and Reign no lefs the Defae and Delight of your People, \han they are the Envy and Terror of your Enemies. . Ai we thankfully acknowledge the Share we have inthefe ptiblick BleJJings, fo we repeat to your Majefty the Affurance of ekreonftant Fidelity and Ajflciion to your Royal Perfon and Government; which, both we, and thtfe under our Care, have always made appear, as far as our refpeciive Capacities could extend. May tbefam> Suceefs JIM attend yourMajefty's Counjels and jtrms, 'till the Liberties of turope are entirely vindicated, tbe violated Rights.of Proteftants in France, and elfewbere,1 ferfeftly reflored 5 and the Protefiant Succejfion every way fe-iured. May the Deliberations of your Parliament be confiant-fy under the divine Direction ; the Britifh XJnion be more sndmore confirmed, and whatjoever tends to endanger it re= fr&ved. Mat Almighty God fuppon your Majefty under y:ur frefent Affijftlnni; *nd after aprojperoui Rtign on Earthy max yeu be late advanced u a Crown of Immortal Glory. culars of this Action. We have no Adv from the Army of tbe King of Sweden which Is reported to be in great Dilircls. From the Harlem Courantt da:edjan. 5. Mofcow, Nov. 14. A Swedilh Genrknun who was lent from hence to Stockholm, to ma;,e ;o,r,e Proportions for the Exchange ot Priibners, is return'd and reports, that he found no Dilpo*-fition on ths Part of the Swedes to do-any thing in that Affair. According to the J a It Advices from the Army of the Muscovites, they were encamped along the River Defna from Brcsko to Haradop, the Head Quarters being ar Ozar-ry within 2 Miles of the latter : The Oar was there with his 3.'Regiments of Guards, inter ding to take the flrft fair Opportunity to effer Battle to the King of Sweden^ General Leuwer.haupC had juilified to his Swedish Majefty his Conduct in the late Aftioh wherein he was'rorally defeated; attributing that Defeat wholly to the difadvantageous Ground on which he was ac-tack'd. The �ircafiian Peafants furnifh the Swedes with Neceffaries for thdr Mj&ney.-Dantzick, Dec. 25. The jiwedifh Forces  'ami " i � <* continue ftill in their Inrrenchmeh'ts on this fi^c A' � 1 To which Addrefs Her Majefty was pleafed to return this Gracious Anlwer. Tbanfiyou for jour Addrefs, and the Ajfurancei yoii give Me "*f ytttr Zedt for my Perfon and Government % tbeVh'un, *'\be Pntefttnt Succejfion* 1 from the Anfterdam Gazette, dated Jan. r. Ltmkrg, Nov. 30. A Body detach'd from Sie Army of the Count deSeniawski great Ge- ^ owl oi the Crown, and commanded by the . ______Ir_. ________ rH, lll^Treafurer of Lithuania and General Ribinsky^rto the Sword, and their Officerlwere foote a- l^sinijreiy defeated the Palatine of Kiow^A-p^e^oop Men were ktll'd on m Hacer and 4 the River Defna, and feem to have quite laid a-' fide their defign of penerrating intoMufcovy. The Czar, according to our Advices from Smolensko, made lately a triumphant Entry into that Town, -being preceded by 3000 Swedifli Prifonerj l bound in Chain?, and 84 Colours and Standards taken by the Mufcovites in feveral Aftions. The following Account has been publiflicd here, concerning, the Projeft formed by General Mazep- < pa, to join the Swedes with his whole Body of Coffacks. The Czar having intercept a Letter written by General Mazeppa, who therein de-fired the King of Sweden to approach with his \ Army towards the Coffacks, and force them ro. ': take p^t with him, Tent forthwith a numerous Body of Mufco. to keep theCofTacks inObedience, Upon which Gene. Mazeppa retired with tome 1 tew Colonels, and about 1000 private Men, and joined the Swedes, -to whom he would have . betray'd the Town of Baturin, which was de-' $ fended by 6ooo Men, and above 100 Cannon ; I but the Mu(covites took" tbe Place by Storm, j and found in it a great Treafure ^eloi^g^g. to. I General Mazeppa.  The Garufon was.'all^pqt I live on the Wheel the next day. r ;