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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 22, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening from Saturday March to Tuefday March Siace our HofttrtA ttvd One from f r from the Paris March Jvltrck H EQueen was foaffiifled at the Death of the Dauphinefsj that fie was ebligd to keep her being far gone with The King has flnce re Intelligence of theDauphins whereat their Majefties and the whole Court are extreme ly The fecond Inftant Ordinal del GiudiceJnquifitorGeneralofthe Kingdoms oi ajrivd as did alfo TheCardinal went to thePalacCjand hada favourableRe ception ot their The firft Advice of the Ar rival of theSieur du at with the Trea fure of the was brought the spth by a difpatchd by the Marquis be Vice Toy of Since we have receivd Advice from that oa the 27 th of a Veffel is arrivd there which faitd the jgth of in Corn parry with from whom he was feparated Daysafier bya They that another Ship from theGulph New and that both thefe Veffels are richly The of Vendome is ftill detaind in this by a Gout but being new he is to fet out forthwith for order to vifit the Coaft and Frontiersof the Kingdom of Valencia after he is to re fide at A near till the Opening of the Our military Preparations zre ilmoft compleated and the Magazines are Ac cording to our Advices from the Governor of having that 2000 of the regular Troops and were advancing to take Pofcffion of Bridge of upon the Noguera drew out with Part of his to them But the having receivdNo tice of lay in Ambufh for him The Go vernor having defended himfelf with incredible was wounded and with Part of his Garufon after which the Enemy coming to fummond the Deputy to in Cafe of Re to before his the who i his Brother The Deputy that bis Honour and Duty were dearer to than the Life of his own But the that Don Wiguel Pens was marching wnfe great Diligence to at tack retird the Noguera Thefe Letters that they receivd Advice Barce that the of upon his leaving that left Orders with eke of the Englifh to iffue ouc no irtore Money tp the Auxiliary it being the Butinefs of the other Allies to them and becaufe England had already made too large Advances for that Mirth On Holy cbe King performed the ufual Ceremofly of wafhing the Feet ct 12 poor Men 5 and the Dukes de Berry with the Count de Tbouloufe fervd at Tablej afcec which his Majefty went to the Chappel and High i Letters irom the 16th confirm the finalSuccefs the Allies met witb before that wh ere the 5 th Part of the Forrage was noc and only 2 Captains and a fejtfid whereas the Enemy greatly by tttitwas made from 2 Batteries in the GitaileljTothaPthey jefc behind them fome of their Cahnonancl and bovc36o BorobSjthey being obiigd to make ufe of Pare their Waggonsto carry off their woanded Party from Namur has Boats going with Hay from Liege jirul anofcher Party from Charleroy has taken a Coavoyi going r v Theywrite from the of bur Parties on the Side of laden and id Trpppers thatgoarded That on the three of tOT v with were tempeftuous Weather near Antibes 5 and their Crews efcaping on made Two Men of War are come to Thou and have brought them divers German Defer whom they took on board at from ibe Hague Mtrtb March They write from the izth that the Furieux Man of with z Frigats and 2 Privateers have brought to the Ifles of fels laden with bound fromNaples to Bar being Pare of a Convoy from which they by ftrefsof All our Dap kirk are fitting but to End is iftt knpwji j jo the mean tis the Chevalier Gejjrgq is fick at Tis the ofBerrjr will make the Campaign In The vf Anjou grows better daily and the King the fame Ladies that were about the late to ferve the young Clement is fet out for Ma to be at that Court when the Qoeen is brought to A Tomb is making for the late Dauphin andDau King has continud the Salaries ot the of their Houfholdj and is refolvM to his Court better filld than and hastherefore order4 jhat all thofe who have Apartments at anddo not ufe ihafl either give up the or corns Cpeedily and refide Marck Detachment of 8 Men of every TrODp and Company belonging to this was Tent to and a Palatine Regi ment came hither from Mtrch Our Cantonment is daily rein forcd by the Ajrival of new Troops j and fince thefame was the Enemy has no The bound from London to near Cape after
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