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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 8, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening il V JV 4P3 From jtiefday March sivceourhft arrivA Two Mtils from Holland Tlretfrom From the Paris Mirch Heir Majefties andthe are arid the Ring is dayly cdrifirfting withthf Otfkeof Vendome and his about the Preparations for the next Gam The Marquis de ac companyd by feveral Tee lately for We are advisd from that oar Troops pofted es the havirig enterd 20 without Oppofitiona and retnrnd with Hoftages for and a great Number of black They write from that the Marquis de receivd that the Enemy were at a great Body of with and fearing their Def7gn might be on Tent Orders lo all the Forces on the under his to make ready for aMarch bnt learning that they intended only to furprife Salazars which lay in an advancd near half a League beyond be fent Don with a Body of to view the and our Men charging put them to by which Succefs our Troops have been fince unmolefted in their Thefe Letters that Dutchefi Is to go for by the Fifteenth of March That the Dearth of ProVifiens increafes dayly at Barcelona the Germans obferve no and pillage the without being calld to Account for When the Duke of Argyle went for he left the Englifh Troops at The de the late Governor of is and his Accufer VerftilleSiMarcki 6th and pth heard Father a preach in the Chappelof the The the the Chamber of the Court of Aids and that of the as al fp the Corporation of the had Audience of Ms Ma jefty and condold him upon the Death of the Dauphin and The the Grand thetf and the French Academy did the The The at 3 Quarters part n at died Mon formerly aged 5 Years and 2 after 4 We receivd the to the Number of 20 or 25000 ap proachd The they poffefsd of a and burnt fome Magazines which were there But the Garrifon them and fee the fuburbson to hinder their lodging themTelves in the Fa The Sieur Brigadeer was wounded and taken 150 Men werekilldor and the Eneaiy loft about They threw in fdme whichdamagd j or 8 Ifce with fiichPrecipi that they A bandont 4 aad sco Bombsi They write from the Sotb that the ef vo jas odgheiin bbSnd from tisboni 31 of are Englilh on boardafi0ve 120000 Livresin witHetoer feur has brought to Breftjan EagHtbPrize coming from Vianato with of The Etreeshas alfo broogiit into the Briftcl bbund for laden Fremifa Parit March Thej write from tba the Spanilb Troppsoto thteIame a Regiment of PortugWe whoffltteycanyd after Having piliagd the The Duke of jou is out of Daageiyahd ffieads Tis faW the of Berwick will command in Flanders jointly with Mar fhal L March that alltbe Tcoops are to march i tmtbyitfeeiaft of this Month j and that the Anirywill bSfonnMtythe of March 1 Tbe Sickoefs began ty at Fever bat foon appeard to be which ftruck in and vHis Brother the of lies iB of the fame bis Head 4s very much fwelld j but the MeazleS ctme kindly and we are riepfes of his Recovery Laift Nighc hefeemd alterd for flie Thefe 2 baptizd fome Days before they fell and both naror4 Laft Bodyoi the Deceasd was car to and bis Heart to Val ds Grace The of Noaifles isfeizM wkh a wfiiclihaa his MoBth orione Side His Sifter is dangeroufly ill and Mademoifelle t6 to ficlt of the The Dutcbefs of Berry keeps a Table in the the late Daophmefs did j and the King has nominated 4 dies of to attend Tisgiwn that Advice is colne of the Arrival of inGal with bis ShipSi ftLire Some Commiffaries are gone to to make Provifiohfor the 43820 which are on the March for Hungarians under Count Carolj are likewife on their roferVe tbefeParrs and the Troops ofihe 4 affocia ted Circles will be mufterd this in or der to their From the Amftbrdum Morel Mtrcb The News ofche Arrival of dn Caffe is confirmed by Son of the Dukedfc la Roche Guy6nr difpatchM to the King by da Caffe the News ofbis Arfirzl at Coraaoa aad tis faid the fading of his Ships is worth abcve 40 Millions of
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