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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday January to Saturday January Tefterdty arrivd One Mail from From the Hague H E Bifhop of Brittol arrivd here Ye at 8 aClock in the Evening and the of Stafford is to We likewife expeft the Arrival of about 8 a Clock this Evening and be is to be in a few Days by the Marfhal tf UxeHes and the Abbot de The of Straffbrd went yefterday Evening for Utrecht and this Evening the States Ge neral are extraordinarily being affifted by fuch ef our Plenipotentiaries as are in this which Winiftersare to fet in a Bay or for from the AmBerdtm We are advisd from that General their having receivd that the French were fending a great Con voy to marchd out with a Detachment of the attackd and defeated their Guard took a great Number of Waggons laden with and betwixt 2 oV 300 with many From tke Sufplemtrn to tteJtiflfrtfa Letters from Fraacfort the fet out the i itbj at 9 in the bfcing accompa nydoutof the City by the with a Magnificence almeft equal to that of his Someof the Princes and Ambafladors were al ready fet out for their refpeftive and the reft were preparing to the of Holftein Geccorps who arrivd at the 6th the following an Audience of his Imperial and was very favourably From the ffottte The Report we lately had that Count Berezini had made an tncuriion with 12000 Men into Upper and cut off feme Companies longing to General Cufanis ground They write from that on the 17 Swedifh with Troops on arrivMat Wifmar That a Danifh which was then before the was ftranded by the who attackd her in their Chaloupes The Garrifon fird their Caimon for Joy at the Arrival of this Rein The Danes have loft 4000 Horfes in their Camp before We are that when the French Plenipotentiaries who arrivd at Antwerp on day were preparing next Day to fet out they uerc ftoppd by an Exprcfs from the of then at the whereupon they held a Conference all that about the Contents of the Earls and feat a Courier to Verfails fo that they did not pro fecBte their Journey till the i6ch We want 2 Mails from Count Zinzendorf arrivd from in order to re fide again as Imperial The French Plenipotentiaries are expected here this From the Paris Letters are arrivd fretn du Gue by which he that he has ftcceeded in his Encerprife up on having taken 14 Portuguefe richly la dn Cafie isftifl at that he hasleft only oneGaneohbytUe They write firom the 22d that Part of the OffanasBafgage is paft throaiat PIacey that that the fame may be at Paris before They have Advice fifom that the Gafffeof Cardona furrendera iotK They that the Dunkirk confifting of 20 pafsd by thieCdaft of in their Return from They write fron the 24th that 3 Men of which Co ghre Chace to the Enemys that hfefted the Coaih of Prc matingwith Dutch Veffels bound from Gals with for Port took 3 of them without Refiftance andobligd Che other 2 to after a Fight or 4 wherein moft the Enemy were killd or Letters from Grenoble of the a6th paft FreochBattaHions and loSqnadrons are on theirMarch from Savoy for Alface That a Party ofVaudois has been defeated by onrTroopt near Chamberryj and tha c thft of Savoy has ordcrd his Enginiert to deftft frem fortifying of From the Amfterfoa Gazette Canary The Prince of Darmfiadns daily ex peded here from to give Order for the March of the 2000 whoare to go to che Places on the Coaft foe whom great Stores of Provifion and Ammunition are provided with a Train ot Artillery and The Dutch Men of War id this Harbour continue to take in Yefterday 2 Englifb Men of one of them carrying 80Guns feilVi for Barcelona The have taken on board with 170x30 large Quantity of and feveral Veffels la den with Corn are gone under their The Re gent Modignani is gone for asalfo Count with an Imperial Commiflion 5 and an Englifh with Orders as we bear from the Qaeen of Great to recall the Duke of Ar gyll Yefterday we receivd Advice from that Count Staremberg having marchd from his to relieve the Caftle of the Count de Muret advatncd with Part of his Forces againtt thinking he bad only a but feeing that the whole Army of the Allies was he run away with his Troops to wards leaving ia bis Camp behind him his Cannon and
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