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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 23, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening A From Saturday February to Toefday February rit Thev were receivd the I From ifc Paris HEY write from the that there is an incredible Number of Rings and Gold Chap pie ts in that fincej the Ar rival of Gufe who has fent 2of his Men of War to con voy hone M tin His Majcfty being in good went the 22d to take the Diverfion cf The Dukes of BauviUiers and de de Ourcillon and are out of as alfo the Dukes of Tremouille and who were b ft Week reported to be MadhalCati who was a confiderable Time faid to be departed this Life the In at his Caftle of The fame Day died de General of the Kinds Governor oi and Infpeftor of the Cavalry and Dragoons of From the Paris The Ring has orderd a Council of to judge the who is accusd of delivering Miranda de Duero to the We are advisd by Letters from that the Troops lie quiet in their Quarters and that there no Talk of any Excurlions of the Volunteers or MiijueJets and that the Enemy continue to work on fortifying the Paffages of Montblanc and in order to cover the Plain of L On the i7th ol this MonfjeuT the of Madam the Madenjoifclk de Mademoifelk dela Roche Sur fhe of Maine and the Countof to Verfailles to fprinkle HolyWater on the Corps of the were receivd by the Dutchcfs de Ladyaf and by the Knight of by all the Officers of the deceased The i9th the Hearts of Monfeigneur the Dauphin and of the Dauphinefs were carryd to Val de Cardinal great Almoner of France not being in a Condition to perform that the Bifhop of Senlis to do the Bilhop of the firft Almo being The Princefs of the Dut chels and Mademoifelle de the of Maine and the Dutchefs of Lude were in the fame The the Corps of the which had been brqugbt frum Marli to was removd from his own Apartment to that of the Dauphinefs and from that all the funeral Honours were done the of both being continually in the with a great Number of Ladies of the firft Four Bffhops alfo befides the Of ficers of the and feveral who iungTTaltns Day and and MafTes were Cele brated upon the Altars ercfted in the The tlie of and the Count de louloufe went co fprinkle Holy Water on the DauphitK They were receivd by the d Aumofttr man ofJthc at the Head of the Of who The the Corps were pJacM on a large funeral drawn by 8 in black The March began by a great Number Then foJJowd the Grooms bearing tjhej Qf ficers of the Daupbinefs on of the principal the Coaches oftheMafters of the of the of and of the Princeffes as chief a Brigade of each Troop of tbe 50 Light Horfe of 6 of the Kings or of the DanphiadnYf ia which were the d the Bntchefs oC the Dutchefs of and MadmoifeDe de la and the Dutchefs of with divers other Tbtfe were foDowM by the Kings Body wberem the Bifhop of accompanyM by the and the Abbot Kings and the Curate ofYcrfajl came the preceded by the HeraT the Marquis great Matter jfc the and the Sieur de Masterof i forrounded by the and the Kings the Swi6 and foDowd by an Hundred of tbe Life Gens d Afmes of the The Funeral asrivd here at tred at the Gate of Honore and went niss At 7 intbe where the Biffiop otSenlii deliverd Father grand Prior they were carryd into the lebrated pontiricafly by the aforcfaid Bodies arete remain in the open i ofthefolemn tin which Officers and the Dauphinefs are to dance and affift at thePrayers which without From Marct They wtite from that Che King being is refolvd to a to govern the inCafe his Majes fty hould die during the Minority of the of Britaaff who is to be fpeedily declard March The Tilfyanil Fagel and with the of Sate and the States to this Day or to Morrow for to give for the March of the will bijg the i5th and open rhe Campaign by he Beginning of The Stares have Under tion the Augmentitioa of thti Troopsf Sax Eyffenach offers to put bate Regimenfts linto theif The Baron de Hbntbeirav the PiBtine Pleni potentiary is exported frerei this Baron de fecond ji Hanover is tte
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