Evening Post, January 22, 1712

Evening Post

January 22, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, January 22, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 22, 1812, London, Middlesex The Eyenipg From Taefday January toThuriSay January arrivd Two Mails from MoHtnd and Tvto From Paris HE Count de Bergheyck i to fet out to morrow on his Way to Utrecht 9 will be followd the by the of our firft whofe Baggage went 8 Days We are Je has relbjvd to apply the 40000 allowd him for the jExpence of his for his to the Rereftablifhing tne firft Company of his Majeftys of which he is and which has been a great Sufferer this Letters from the Campat of the that the Siege of the Caftle of Cardona is raiid at The had been ex tremely fatigad by the Badnefs of the and for Want of by Reafonof the Difficulty of irig Notwithstanding thefe Ene my had been repQlsd with great in 9 different At 3 whereof were made on the 2ift But being re inforcd to the Number locoo among which were 4000 regular the reft confifting Mique Mountaineers or they attackd on the the Bridge of upon the The Regiments of tie Crown and fhppotted by a Reinforcement Hnt them by Count de de fended it for feme great Bravery 5but the Enemy having found Means to flankd and killing the Count de obligd them to retire in the Count de not being able to ftopr their Flight This made him think of and leava in the Hof pkal ICQ lick or te Want of as abandon 2 Mortars and 15 Pieces of after having naild them up But he favd all his Bag and marchd in good Order to the Camp at Ca without the Lofs of one not having been purfud by the who fatisfyd themfelves by putting a Reinforcement into the after thty repafsd the We are that in this laft there was on each Side abent 500 Men killd or The Letters that the Seafon being far the of going to put his Troops into Winter in that Bart of which the Kings Troops have gaindfrem trie in the Conca de betwixt the Se gra and the Noguera Lerida and They write from Ca the 24th that 2 Spies being taken up as they were drawing up a Plan of the have they Were fent by the to fet Fire to the Magazine cf in hopes to be af iiitcd by fome of the whofe Names they hare and for whom a Search was made but they were The Guards were doobld at the Gates ana other Potts and the Defrrters from Gibraltar were orderd depart in 24 French Privateer brought in on the a Veiel laden with which he took initheStrcights Frontbe jimftcrfam J An tf tte Letters fromParitof tbt jotb Jnftant j from withi an Acepant the of the Caftle of and of theAckion which occafiond The of tae Advices it as The G9vernbur the Place yield pp the Garrifon Prifoaers jof W furrendeT wrtbout an honourable upon the Governour being the Hopes of being relievdirbfl sa fiS tbe Arivalpf 5 QT 5oe with Tent after Tome by a Way was lookt upon as Troops felt fticjtdfinly on mao4 were the Ammunition together with o defignd for theiSjeger of Vendome to the Camp before Cardonar Tis reported iiz ej the 2th of are come awaj together richly ladea and to Cadiz by an AdvjceBqat But as vices and this neither mentionrag the oitBeir Departttrer tis proper fwfeffftlS Jje We fhaD foon know Trjuh they haveafinaUy faild from they ly arrive on the Coaft of Spain or visd from that the Flotilla for iaild the 2yth with 4 French Ships bouMfortbC From the Don Vincent de Miros Letter from 1 TO the News I do my felf the Honour Excellency of the Affair of the of Veodcme decampdfrom and by Favourof very As Stareinberg orderd General Nebot fome by Means of Enemy may be Atal out with a ftrong Derachmeat of Grana upon their and tlve whpfcA all foffible Expedftion fcfthat we ;