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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - March 5, 1808, Dublin, Dublin i March, Francis RTIAL O F I Nomb. 5 56 Full and- "* ACCOUNT j T H F. Foreign anil Domeftick News. Saturday, $�atch jth, 1708. 9. 0? Since my la^ arrived one Brinjh Pacquet, wbub bought*  Holland Mail. From the London Gaz. datzd Feb. 24. * Pub. by Authority. I 7a the QV E E Aft mod Excellent Majefly. The humble Addrefs or the Provoft, Fellows and Scholars ot the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity ot Queen Elizabeth near Dublin; presented to Her Majeity by his Excellency the Earl of fflwton, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. May it pleale your Ma;'etry, IM the fniijl of our jufi Concern for the unfpeakabje LpfS vbich your Mijefty and all your Subi efts btve had mtbeDeub of the Prince of Denmark, it is no (mall Comfort to ut i1)&t we can Congratulate four Majefty upon the glorious and uninterrupted Succejfes of your Arms undtr the Command of the Du\e of Marlborough. We do with all Sincerity and Gratitude own and ac^non-ledge the many Blejfings of your mo(t aufpiciw feign + And w have lately, by a Declaration fign'd by us in n Con gregation. given pubiicli Testimony of our Tbanltfuloefs to God fur that bappj Revolution which brought ym Majefty to tbe Tkront, the greatejl Blejfing your SubjeUi tier body of our great generation for jour Sacred Per (on ; And of our frm Adherent* to the Succejfion a\ by Lure Eftabfifegd; ami we could wifb the l^ialty of wr Hurts mre as open 10 your Ma-... jtfy, M &bt* God who-fees them. - - - ; We do with fervent Zal pray for your Majefty's Heahb and Projperityf. and (kali ta\e Qccajms of jh&ning our utmofi Abhorrence and Deteffation of things \wbah exprefly �r by infinuaiiox tend to the pipurbitg tbe p�ace*blt Cwr/e of your Government, or even to the leaff Dtfqukt your Mind. 1 � � Which Addrefs Her Majejly received verygracioufly-  L~u Vwm fyb; 16. The #enten$e of Death-which was pronoune'd againft Count greyedi and .other Officers, tor having Negotiated under-hand their Peace with the Emperor, whtjejhey were encrufted with tfceCommand of the .forces qf the.Maledootents in Lower Htirigary. has bjesn putjnt Execution. , Couot Berezedi,.aod ano= iter Officer calld Bothar, were beheaded in rihq Caftle Pataqh pn the, 18th of Qeneaaber laft : A.third Gen? tJeiqanqa^d^xegedj, who was to have te&erd Death at the fame^me.. was pajrdon'dat the Intercrtlion.ot the ^ Vouotefc o\ Psre&eni, wJM*;;fcn: a>nfideiratfamtuof the Merit of kjs father, apd of fafmer Ser�iC�s ,fh*indJier FaiqUy had teeeiv'd from him, pleaded .tor,dpbe Son's Iafer and got the puojftrnent ot Death, conimoted into perpetual teprifoQm^nt.; By the Artidejalre.ady.agreed tf>9 the Pope isriot engaged to own the Cajhoiick &ing, but has .reie^red that Matter to the College-cr' Cardinals;, ^pw^vefj we are affirced that his Itoirpefe, who i&$ now^the part �f fa Bvr, Joflead of xbei Lioq,. wiiJ agre^^p-^everal private Articles that are drawn up, and feankl^yJa^King Charles 111. whether the Cardinals *papprbVe the Qerpands *itTie7Ailt^Vl,wfio iiifiifc onrithe refto�ng ihe ivvhole lrta{ch� of Spain. ~ " ^ -fcerrerr-from -Gstjqff-lsr, that j fidf 'War had &jpftibatde!d the^own1 df Ali-4mi iW foil? at the fame 'time troui; I X theCaflle, fo that the French would in a!; J'kc-I.-hc be obliged to raise thm$\Wof htenry Juliu5 de Eour-^T" boq Pripcc of G^n^e-, .J-ewis de Bour-ban Count la Marche and two Pa^gKffr-s. - He fnade ^he Canjpaign in Hungary in ittfrMth the P/ipce his Brother', and diftinguiuVd him/ef vepy^ach in^jie -Battle ot QfW�. as he did after wanfcria tjjofe ot Stf^nkirk and Lan$flQ, and in many other Occafions, wherein the g&ve Pre9U;o/ Yalpur and oi h>f ^reat iL otijftc Merchandifes, Valtiedat 40099c �*ft�rs. On^-tbe tft^ another Privateer had l�ougtijt(JQf^ Priz^^f 18 Cannons, laden with Sugar, tin^jga^ Cutoher^ea|, tiepHams Teethe with auCbeft of^ortey. A Privateer pi Calais has taken a privateer