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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From January to Saturday January From the Antwrp WO Days 6 large laden with Cables and Materials for build ing were fent from hence to Fort We are filling the Maga zines here with extraordinary Appli cation and in a fbort time 28 more Battalhons and Squadrons are pefted id from and other which together with the great Preparations that are making on makes it we hall have a very early on the In the Beginning of this 6 Battallions with 3 Regiments of Horfe and one of Dra marchd from thefe towards Alface j and are to be followd in a fhort by more The which thisProvince is obligd to begin to arrive hr We continue to ftrengthen our tntrecchments along the Ifere aud the From the Leiden Our Grand Duke holds frequent Conferences on the prefent Juncture of and principally to find out fufficient Means for fupplying the 1500 he is obligd to for fubfift ing the Troops lately raisd for the Security of his Do on Occafion of the German Troops having taken Winter Quarters in the Siennois Towards this the with the Popes are to contribute the i2th Part of their Laft Prince John Gafton of Tufcany took a View of our Arfenalaad General Ubaldini being returnd from has made Report to the Great of the Repartition he has made of Winter Quarters For the Troops ohferve a good and are making large Magazines for their Subiiltance till the Month of his moft ft rcjne Highnefs having for that given them Leave to draw Provifions from the Province of General and fcveral other German Officers are to ccVme to partake uf the Diverfion of the Carna and the Great Duke has ordetd divers Apartments to be fitted up for in the Palace of from the jimfitrttom We are that the Marquis de Governor of who armJ here Yeftcrday from has been advancd by the Em ro rhe Dignity of Velt General Cado ganhasbeen in with the Deputies of our Council of ftuai ihd fljglli They write from that Alvice beisg come that a Squa dron was out at Admiral Barfus was prepar ing tofail into ctic co obfcrve from the Hague 6His Imperial Majefty here before the End of this Month There is no pa rat ion made for his be haring eXprefljr forbid it Oaly Yefterday new were given to our City TrainBands which had not been done the Year fo that from the Time of the Siege of this Place the three Regiments have always appearM with naked The laid Colours sperc fir ft hung up with great Ceremony the Church of the and fbremnly before they were pOc into the Hands of the who at nrcciving took an Oath of Fidelity at the Head of from tbe Srujfeh G The of Denmark decanjptf the yth with his Army from before Stralfundx aod the Saxon Army did the to go into Winter Quarters the of Poland having taken his Way by Ber lin for Before the Armies quitted die Neigh bourhood of Stralfund the Wooden Houfes and Barracks built in the two Camps during the 6000 Danes with Tome Saxon and Mufcovite Troops re main in the fmafl Places of Pomerania which have been to keep a faft footing there and rhe reft of the Danifh Army will be in where large Magazines of Forage are provided for the Sabfi ftance ef tJje When the Governor of Scrat fund percetvd that the Saton and Danifb Armies were hecanfed a Detachment of his Garrifon to fiDy out to harrafs the RearGuard of the and en deavour to draw them to an Engagement which DeJ tachment purfued them as far as Ribnitz in the Country of Mecklenburg but the Danes having had a March before and breaking down the Bridge after V paffed the River at the Swedes returnd to Stralfund without havirig done any Lieutenant who commands the Forces employed jtf the Blockade has causd to be bcought hacfe to his Head Quarters in the Village of the Cannon and Mortars made ufe of in bombarding the where only Part of the Houles were When the King arrives with his Army at that Generate it will be known whether Troops will be left there to continue the Blockade Some are of Opinion his Majcfly may caufe the Place to be attacked fo form by the and fend the greatcft Part of the Ca valry into Winter Quarters 5 but thfe Unot at at a Reinforcement of above yoob Men having enterd the Place an General Craflau who got in with hav ing taken on him the His DanUh Majefly o arrive to Day at the faid whither Forage is veyd for the Hurfes of his Atniy and his fa id Ma ex pf ftert the Beginning of next Week in We are advhd from Copenhagen that laft the Number of Bift s in that was and of Burials molt of the Plague bcfides 178 Marines and 37 to
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