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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - November 1, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Containing a IMPARTIAL oe 1! Full and ACCOUN Foreign and Domeftick News. tt" iiuturday, $ot>cmbfr t&e -~*h, ttprdiy amvd4 fc/rjr//?/ P/c^r,5t rthub IwMt z Hch vchocmmirAmr G.i'ihn unfiling of j )oi M 'iind JtrJ one O.hrJ Afci/j, wc. * " 1 ''^ fro'/s ni ub^mr? fo'.ttd to yurd t- fVc/w tbe PjrhGd&v.e, daHiS.-v:tnler THE Army continue encampM In the fame Polls, and becaule of the Rigour ot the Scii�n, the Duke of Burgundy has commanded the Troops to make Barracks forth? Men and Hurie>, ad chat Hay and Oafs be turnitrVd to the Cavalry, uho were obl'g'd ro go 7 or 8 Leagues to farrago. The Army has Provisions likewite in Abundance, whereas that of the Emmy is in Want. They have lent a great Detachment to la Bailee, to endeavour to g-1 Corn from the People of Arois, where the gaatett Part is carried in_o foitified PLce1- ; 'and M. de Cheladet Lieu = I 't:\. it G?neral marcf/d out of Arras the^th wi:h 4000 /1 ]! C-ctadel ot Lift-, tfrt? Enemy make their Ap= proachvS by th Sap. "and are railing two large Batteries of Cannon and one ot Morrars, u  ich have not yet begun to rhe : This confirms the Accounts we had that th.y have but little Ponder, and that they contrive ro husband it well. Ot theorher Hand, the Art lery ot the Citradehmakes a continual tire, and kids them a great many Men. Prince Lug- n^'s"Infantry being very much diminifVd and tatiCUd, has deiir'd and ie= '.r a jminilh d and tatiCUd, nas oem u aim i*=- now nearer at iouiim) umw ucic *^c uib*ltn, N'v. 7* By sn in;erceptetl \Tufcovite Let Cer, we undei Icand that the Czar had commanded all his yubje&s, alter the Barks, whether he were luc-wlifui Or rot, tomake Ro� -tires 2nd pub'ick R^y^ggj^l in ail his Towns, ch-Canal of Rruflels, where tr.ey .-re intt\'xh"'rg the:r..i lelvtsand I'eized z Ships with O^cs Sec. 3Tis laid they have iummoned BrufT-ls, an^ that tl.e Fltd>.>r of H?.= vaira with feveral Thoutand Men is com^ :o And^i-lecbr. StVtral Pcrfons or'Note t'/oin UruiE-ls are reared hither for tear of a Siege. They wrrehom Lillf, that the Allies were buty the 19th in tilling the firft Ditch with Fafcine^, in order to attack the lecond. From the Ctmv bz%rt ibe Cinidtl cf L'tjl?, ember : 7.: Delerfers troir the Cittsdel inform u% that M, Boiy'-j fiers is wounded, and that a grear number 0! the Gallon is killed and wounded j among th, furmtr there \s one of the King's Lieutenants, Col Qiioq'iin, and 0-ther OH";:?rs ot Note - and there is a f.reat Mortality .1? mon� the Soldiers, occalioned by eating Hone=F!-.ih and itale Btead. Proviiions are much falltn in the Price fince we became Matters of the City, fo that Butter is now fold tor 6 Pence and  Pence p:r Pound, and cither Eatables m proportion, and that Pi ui. ifions are now dearer at Tournay than here. Thw da7 we had a- "l ^r\>m the Leid^p Gazette; feted' Nov. this needs .conritmation, hifle November 1 Our Government here Js altered, and.the Migiftrates which were made by the French, ^iirliM off, fo that all is now upon the ofd Foor, and ,we have Money in plenty, flnce every one brings out what they had laid up, now that they know their Property lecure ; and Corn and alJ forts of Provisions are much abated in their Price. dffend November zj. Our laft Advices from the Camp at Rouflelaer, tfll us, that the Allies before the Citttadel of Lisle havingruin'd the Dam, which kept the Water in the Ditches, begun j days ago to batter the Place with agre.t deal of Fury 5 and as the Garri~ fon is very much fatigued, we daily exp^d Advice of the iurrender ot that Pojtfefs. Monfieur Bour-nonviile. an Ingineer, who iervM in that Siege, writes to his Father^in-law Colionel Caris, Govtrnnr of Oa ftend, that be hopes the Befieged willlurrender thisDajr x>r to Morsbw ; of which weexpeft an accooac with Morning lieatendi: G?riera. BTle'^^^- ieu�en�u: in>en# Ordeis Affem-hi^ ^tafct?, to came im -^r.tali^ * ofton, Winn, ^ carwr^ Tender R� ut' - ' -s*^is^ Troops at pofied xjZi fy\ ^ ^ ij � ;