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Lloyds Evening Post And British Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 3, 1758, London, Middlesex S EVENING AND - H every and MOND A 3, to W E D N 5, 1758. Fraw of a letter the March 3,1'. of Pr. Ferdinand's bead quarters at in the country of the following accounts enemy bad been by his march to town of and were actually with towards tne in three columns the troops from HefTe composed the left column that M. in the came from in that upon the which and that the was the advanced That the Prince of was detached with a body of foot to the and his to break in upon That the country of Hefle was & That the enemy had left saore than 800, ones at and And that in all places had been of and far Since our laft a March 9. The day before at in the the of fet out from this brother Prince Prince Maurice of Anhalt Prince Eugene of and fe veral but it is not yet known what rout they have The Ladies of Prince Ferdinand and of. the Prince fet out the fame The Hereditary Prince of who arrived here fet out this to go to join his ' March Elbing having to General how they were to receive troops into their this General ient the following I can other to letter of the 27th of than that I find it to acquaint that the orders of her Imperial are to keep a certain number of her troops in the cities of Elbing and in cafe require as by the of the lately made public by her therefore commanded Lieutenant General to execute the Orders of whence you may fee that it does not depend on me to to your I hereby give you the that the entry of the Imperial not be attended with the either city or a advantage will accrue to your by of which I mail take care to have and by the of commodities the Imperial troops may the common of and the Republic of her Imperial require the taking of fo far from in. this you by good and is follows That under the command of Count new at confided in the ning of this month of 45 companies of 64.. companies of and 104. belides regiments of aud The corps of army will be of companies of 12 companies of and of a great number the rendezvous of this will be A near and aa with a corps of will of of eight of and 1.4. of Manh 24. Laft Saturday Croats Of the regular bridge of the Danube in this .to arrays ia The of took tife Marsh after having been at is From whence he go to tod io to in order take the of the Army of that they the of the French Army would be there as laft Saturday and that the citadel was unprovided with heavy cannon for in cafe of being March 11. The column of troops near city and lay at whence they continued next day their march towards They are every where provided with lodging and s t. Since the of our troops for they have been 3a|ljr A great have already from the three now on their March 7. Mount is the top and does not any but few days has thrown abundance of ' * ' t at the of all that relates to one of the beft things ever rather regard the troops as then you will tq a equally and to both I as alfo tends in fo great a degree to your own rate to my ' j this Major General Stoffel entered fome hundred of the Ruffian ' March 15. The Ruffians have fo far along the that they occupy the as as to the this is daily expected As the the Rivers are not enough to cany the obliged to build bridges for that WW the * Tite t he of the at of 60,000 of whom have already that We are informed by from that Prince Maurice of Anhalt is cantoned on the frontiers of this army of 24,060 and that he was preparing to advance towards the ' March iS. General corps is ft ill in motion in our which indicates this March 20. A great number of recruits waggons with pontoons and were lately feht frem hence for Prince lias entered info Poland a regiment of whereof 800 are already arrived at that have been fent to the army Letters from that M. Secretary of the was and in a coach and but it is not ' known to what nor for what crime March 20, Letters in that M. Secretary to the Em- ' front the Court of had had Veen to General of jne in behalf of the King his in the following troops tp he Poland 9Q^>$l^e4'�r8ne1 fend info that an of i ni 0,606 and to treat ed was his ancient of of the armies of j the was is in the Council to the
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