Sunday, March 27, 1712

Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening 411 From Thurfday March to Saturday March ttrrivd On Mail from from ih Piis April Mirck Mejefties are in perfect notwithftanding the ex treme Affliftion they have breo ih for the Death of the Dauphin and Dauphinefs and the who kept her Bed for fome rifes now as The Marquis de our 3d Plenipotentia rys made a Member of the Coun cil of the and waits only for his in order te go and join our two The Ring has namd the general Officers that are to fsrve this and our Magazines in Me Penifcola are The ofVendome has deferd his Departure for Valencia till the ipth They writefrom that a French Privateer has brought in an Englifh Veffel of 30 and iSo We are advisd from Cata that Don Miqnel Pons has obligd the Enemy to abandon the Bridge of and is ported there with his Troopr The King has made him a Lieutenant Ge for his Dirers from the Plain of that the Englilh are felling off their and that they may be ready to imbark on the Ships that are fbortly in order to carry them They that there has been Tome Commotions in where the Scarcity of Provilions continues That Count StareTnberg was obiigd to fend fome Troops thither and even his own with without the City and that the Zeal of the for the Arch fcernd to We are advisd by divers Let from the Governor of the and the Ma giltrares of that that the Viceroy of to teftify his had with great prepared a conllderable Sura of to enable to car ry on the he put the fame on Aboard the Admiral of the Barlovento which the 29th of November with 3 Merchant Ships under his Convoy meeting with a furious North they were all on the Coaft of 5 Leagues beyond the the Magiftrates of which Place gave fuch good that all the Kings and ran ft of that belonging to the was with the and the richett They were endeavouring to Give the reft of the Cargos and Tus the Cables and Tackling may be likevrile The ith 500 Horfe or wich ioo under the Command of Colonel pafid the near this at 6 in the and carryd off from the Meadow of Solre le 50 which were io fo bad that our Men had abandond moft of them on the The Marquis de Lieutenant our having receivd Intelligence ordeid the Sieur a SpanUb march otit with Frifingens bertdcs Hotfe and 350 commanding him to march directly towards to overtake the or to cut off their The Colonel wft informd at onc de half Way from this the Enemy had riot then repafcd the This made him arn te the Left and he found the at where they had halted 2 Our Foot tlfaiging put the Hufiars immediately into iana after tte whole The penetrated tbro without giving to The whole Party fled without look jug back and they were pnrfiid 3 Quarters of a Colonel Gravemoer was wounded and taken urith 100 of of his Men Above ioo were too Horfes out anyLofson from tte Leiden Liiiont Math u An AdviceBoat is arrivd firwn with a Particular Relation of of and Gui Trouins Signior Cattro de is chargd witfi Cowar dice and bad not fortifying the Place in nor providing it with a fnfficient Garrifon Whea the French Squadron forbid the oa Pain of to depart the Plate and when too he gave them leave to do they retir ing with too great and a great Storm of Wind and Rain happening that many Women afltt Children dyd upon the the reft eleaping to the with their beft Effefts fo that the Enemy enterd the Town without ftriking a plunderid it and obiigd the Governor to the follow ing in 12 or Days the Town ftaB pay 6oooca CruafdeSjtoredeem it from being the tifications from being and tJQe Artillery from being carried but the Inhabitants being nnjble to furnift fo great a 10000 ioo Chcfts Beeves hall That all the Powder found in the Place fnafl be de li verd to the French v That Hoftagcs fhaii be given to which ftall remain in the Camp till the iccoo Crufadcs agreed on be paid in That an poffibte Affiftance ftafl be given to da Gue fat imbarking hb That from that Day there hall be Peace tetweeo him and the not Tnty of the but of the Country and that the Entrance into the Pore mail like wife be free to all the Portuguefe Shipping that flail And that Bbe Mercbuts who have Money be permitted to come in and buy their plundered This with Count Albukerks with confiderable who had 14 Days and 14 prevented the Enemy from attempting any thing and obiigd them te after having been 66 Days and loft one Third of their Mea ia divers but before they put to Seat they

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