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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - March 15, 1808, Dublin, Dublin F March^ Francis Dickjun^ Containing a IMPARTIAL OS gn_ Nomb. 555 Full and ACCOUNT, T HE TiT&rrfij taS arrwd^ne Britifb PtcqiM brought'inrj Holland Mail. 1  \ri Lords lattices and Council of Ireland. APROC LA M ATION , NarcUfus Armach. K. Freeman,. C. ffiHEKEAS< We tbt Lordi -fuaicei and Council of this Kingdom have received Informum, That the Prices of aU manner of Corn, Gram and Mai in this Kingdom are greatly riftn, cccafivned partly by the bad Sea j on tbt lid Har-vt8y tut more by the Buyixggreat quantities thereof hy [eve-,rof Merchants of tb'n Kingdom to Export tbt fame to parti beyond tbt SesMy from tbefr^ral Pom of tbhKingdom, Where* ^ tit pww fcn of tbt Inhabitants of tbi$ Kingdom art in danger oj Penfbing, unkfsfomt jpeedyfiop be put to the- Exportation thereof j (ft do therefore btrebyftncily Prohibit and forbd tbt Exportation of all. manner, of Com, Grain and Ideal vobaifoever , And alftall Corn, Gram and Meul what jo jevpr Baked or Made up in Bread, Buket, St Arch, or in any �tW manner vbatjoever, out of all the Pom of this Kingdomy op any of than, to any pani beyond tbe Seas, xxcepr fucb quart* tisks only, as JbaH be neceffary for the Sb'pptng wbicb Jhallgo Wtff/ibfr Kingdom, for Provifiom for the Ships Crew, and *�t*Pe*(oni on Board fucb Sbtps, during the rrfptcjive Voy-4&f(to vebiib fucb Ships are Bound at tbetal&ng in fucb Pro-viJtmty the (aid Prohibit unto continue umti Our further Or* #lt*vite*6�tra*3r� . . * .. . And If t do hereby jbriHtf Cbargt and Command all Her MtjtSyi Surveyors. Cokt&on and other Officers, in the fever rat forts of this Kingdom, That tbej ma\e\flnft Inquiry and msr&bfter &H Corn, Grain and Meil Baked, or Made up in Urttid,JBisfat,. &Wcb, or in any other manner wbaifaivir, i^MjbaHbeSbip^dcor put en BwdatyStip Boat orVtjfei, inanyPortor Plait tmibit Kingdom, ami that tbey make j/op: itV{M$asdQfiM4V9rraftirtth.A^^ A bt Exported to any. Ptee jxjopbbt&v, .Mmii tbeyjbkJl $m$gt$edibs fame to Vt, andjbalt refgtve.Our further a?ffiKbiig*bJ*mi^A*d%*i\bi$.fuffe nojp&atr Quantum tbtreoft^carryed:on Bnaitt ficb Ship, li, ibm r*bujb*U b- neceffary {or the Pmbfiam for. , fuck Ship, Boat or Ptfjef and ottten fArfmiyn Board vm^iltidmn&their refpefi ve Voyage fit* which fydJl or.otkr Kfftl art fount, as tte. taking'in "wa�.AniinfiA(e tbey Jhail jk4a*f quantifies of m QrilttiirJifaltOr Corn, Guuhr Mi*l Baiidr or instead, Bkfai\&uub orotbtrwifet *&4tfs&fad\ cartyedvn Bojad any Ship, BUt^iffil mmtkm ttffiatt $adge*Q bfrre^fmabtyf^ce^ryfoifucbPm ^^iK^fin5\jn^fam shipf.during fucb-Voyageii ' ifyftff of:fitch JSbip^^e(jjij^a^4ait to*dng XteybitM Informed tyrtbenof; artdfbaii rerw jjftifyr Wirt8ion%touebmg the fame:-' ^k^\m^f^i^CbArgisar^ Require allCujlfc ^pitrfte^ etuxber Officers,, of^ belonging Her Sato im. Revenues^. That tbey ufi? tteir M*m& ignci} -Jtobindeyibe ExpwUumhfaU mannthof} jim,'Matftor AUdiupinBteMt' Bisktt, Starch1 $ty*f&*ek)aMt$oi Others t \ f&Tranfpmivgtbe fyGemiwnq^atfci^^ tftbkiQmpwtiawrioni ^esiayt,: Ibu aUMercbms Offend #mtrary to tbt*9 & Mi^^A3^m^erm\ or that fmCff^fatepd: u i70S,% .1 i:h M the- Coiinwti-GtiaiBiltx: in Dahlia^ tie 'Day of March, 1708 t?c. From the P*ru Gazette, d-jted March 9. Madrid, February 19. The Srates arc rob aflembled in April, to acknowledge tlx: Prince of AfturiaS as prefumptive Heir ro rhe Crown, The^Portugelehave faithfully perfoun'd the Treaty not to mokft the Peaftnts,, and plunder, the open Country on the Frontiers, which being ex-prr'd the 10th of this Month, they demanded a Prolongation of the Time, and a general Exchange of Frifoners; but we having more of theirs than they of our?, it was not agreed to. One of the Enemies Frigots, came with a Speaking Trumpec before the Caftle of Alicant, to give the Gariibn fome Advice ; but (ince nothing of it could be heard in the Town, which is nearer, 'tis believM it fignified nothing. We have Advice from Barcelona/ that there has been a Tumult there, becaufe the regular Troops would have the Guard of the Gates, which the Citizens woyld not a-greeto. * Ditto Gazette. Verfailler, MarctS. The Kmg has declared that the Dauphi'ne lhall command in Flanders. -accompanied with the Duke of Perry, an J M. \ Villars is taferve under him. The Duke of Bur- \ gundy is to command on th. Rhine, and M. Har-court under him j the D- of Orleans is to com* {land in Spain, and the D. of Berwick in Dau-hine. - �S Paris, March 11. Couriers are fent daily to the' Eteftorof Bavaria, and the 2 Perfons of Note that were lately fent to the Frontiers from ^eKing^s Cabinet, with particular Orders.. We ^alk of making ieveral new Offices, in order ro raifc Moneyv The D.of Orleansisnot to go to Madrid, till wt have advice that a great Con~ .yoy of above 150 Ships with Provifions and Ammunition from Provence, are failed for Spain. Ifefterday the Eing appointed 12 new Lieute-nant-Generak to ftrve under theDauphine.jn f landers, Where never any of rem ferv'd befoce. A noted General has offered part ^f his Horfe& ancj Equipage, to he (old, which the King^takcs very illv Our Officers having received Money, are battening, their Equipage as faft as they rao. It4 feowU much'again thisNight and the Cold is" more violent than-ever ; wbicb occaflons an in-expftfliWe Mifery among the People. . ^ Hague, teartb 14. Some Letters frojQ ^noa^^fbey have advice by a Ship from, tfarMdrfar, that the Ca (He, of Alicant had^ed ttioGf oi the Town and the French have turned the Steggtoi a: Blockade. Letters frqn* Vknna yv-J jfay^. that PrfQce^Eugene ;ba^ returned ^abovc I lOQpoo Grpivns for his Troops,- to* the M?the^- ;