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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 25, 1817, London, Middlesex Evening 124.5. From July 25- to Saturday July 27. 1717 Aug. 2. Since our lad arrived one Mail Prom Holland and nne from From the Hague Courant fitly 27. E have tram which that the King is now more to Peace thin and this City for the of His to go to and tarry 's J From tbi Hague Courant Aug. 4. July 30. The lad Letters from Copenhagen imp that an from Norway has brought Commodore has been near with the Admiral and that at the Departure of the the two Squadrons were dill firing Pj that it could not be known which got the They had alio Intelligence that the Swedes were upon the Point of executing their having got an Army of 40000 with which they will attack the Caille of In the mean a Detachment is gone towards where 'tis they have a which much Alarm at I hereupon the Danes haften at Copenhagen their for and the Infantry is for the mod part The King of Denmark is dill at but to be at Gottorp by the 3d of the next Aug. 3. The Ciar lad Night at General and Mr. Preis the Secretary are gone to take a but 'tis not faid The States have an to the Letter they have by the Hands of Mr. from the of upon the Subject of the Affair of From the Aug. 4. From the Imperial Camp before July 12. Two Days ago a Detachment was and all made a of the Turks upon an lOand on the other fide of the but Count General of the who was to head that had no mounted his but he was with a Fit of and was to be back to his having lod both his Hearing and whereupon that was put erf to another I this Day that General finds and 'tis hoped he will The Trenches will be in two or three One of our Parties of 60 in our having been out to get Intelligence of the Motions of the they brought with them 7 of which two are Upon Examination the have that Troops which have been brought from beyond Sea are very unwilling to ferve in this faying that fince the European Troops have begun they ought to bring it to a On the 9th Trince Maximilian of Caffel with his Regiment in the Camp of General near where they have alfo Line of to cover as to lay Bridges over Morales to open a On the 10th we made a new Line from the Rear of our to the Redoubt which has been raised on the and thereby the Works together at that July 21. Our Court has Letters from the which that Prince Eugene had the chief to open Trenches in the Night j 2fh and 13 th. Two of our Men of War which had near got to die Seven Regiments have been fent to reinforce the Body Under General who is to be by 50000 Tis reported that the is with Child which much Joy July 30. The French is preparing to go to the King of Denmark to to fettle a free with for which he the following that there may be two at one French and one of which the latter Jhall open the Packet in the of that there are no particular and then up The faid Mr. having the Court of. Letters which were brought him fame by whom he fent to that Court the of Count de la them but whether they will differ them W be carried Sweden or Time will learn From tbi Aug 3. Aug. 1. The States General have appointed General Commandant of their to on their part the Demolition of the Waffe of in Concert with of his July 30. Lad Mr. Whitworth to their the of his in Relation to the of Baron de Gortz and Count fo that we look upon that to be as as A Deputation of the Members pf the States bfs fent to wait upon the Marquis de arid thank him for his good Offices at the Court of in regard to the Affair of Baron de with him and the plenipotentiary Method for the and home ' j ' ' Falmouth July 22. Capt. from for having on board the invalid Soldiers lately disbanded July 24. here the French from * July 25. here the Capt. from 1 July 25. The outward bound to the except the Royal Prince and the the South and the tor
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