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Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 5, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday April to Tuefday Frtmtbe Hague Afril Mttrcb H R E French richly arrivd here lately from Breftand They run a great Rifque of being taken by Admiral ftiU off this with Part of hit the other Part having profecuted their Voyage to the the CoafuUte of Serll has receivd Orders from the to make ready 8 Ships againft the Firft of to Be employed as a Flotilla but there being DO Ships tis thought that Affair win be put off till the home wardbound tlUa The a Privateer of has brought in here the Flotton in Engjifli New foundland From tie Amflerdain April Mwcb The King has given Leave to im all Sorts of into he Ports of which win be of great Advantage to our Priva The 26th of the next a Sale is to be made of the Goods taken by Trouiti in 717 Chefhof 2 Cherts of 28 248 and a half Pieces of Bale and about zb Quin tals of April They write from the lift that Philip has laid an Indulto of 12 per Cent upon the Effefts brought from the Weft by du who alfo demands 350000 for the Loflet fu ftaind by his Squadron in bringing them to from the Supplement tt ibe Amfterdtm Gazette Afril They write from that the has re Tolvd this in the 130000 without reckoning that Count Ca roli is to go to Catalonia with iocoo Hungarian and that the States of Holland will liljewife fendaJJody of Troops Count Gallas is contracted to the Daughter of Prince Adam de Part of the Town in Upper Hungary is by an Accident reducd to The Mnfcovites give that the Czac has 180000 Men on whichthey affjje taem will be a Force fuffideat Co deal with the in cafe of a Advices from of the that the Imperialifts are fo far advancd in the Siege of Porto as to on the fame their Batteries j and that the Governor of the Place has by all the ufclefs Perfoos to Civira April The that along pafsd this and a to be tins ac Martins Lcnnick They are to be jofnd Jby General with his Regiment and that of Orange and tis the Hanoverians that are quar iefd will follow them on Front ibe Hasps MoiflingV we Ad that the Young formerly ofBre isdead and thatthe Anjotf Is dangerpu ficR which bat occafiond an onexpreflible The of yendome coarmaesJibre in M b feifeftont of the Iffae of the Conference which was to be the 5th in flint at accor diog to oor Operations of War are to be rrgti toeafoTcfaid General received to written by Count SW relatingV as we to Toners of particularly of Generi againft the Tis thit ugoo we have reCeivd pef of the Emprefs for is tixd to the 2 and that poblick Notice thereof has been given whereof are Under a gteatCoi the fajneisencreasd by thtChange made of theGarrifon of that General Staremberg ing removM the Train Bands from the Guard and platd Germans in thejf Room r visd from the Confa the that Doe Nicflblaira of Uibys going tobHe was met Party of the Eni jnyM If wpom he killing and finking 4 Officers and 20 tbeV under General the aforefaid retired ia ipon 14 teffigence of their being and leffDoh Tcraa at Libert to execute his Dob VaUejo Wd likewife the good Fortune to put iota witfi out any great Convoy of Relief came in very good Seafon For foon io8a of the Enemys regabr and the like Miqnelets advancd to fuiprize the Town Bat tfefiGar rifon gave then fuch an uiiexpeQed wfth Cannon and mall that they defifted and retudwith foraa Rear who were cut off from the by fomeof owTfeppj that lay in the MJtrcb A Courier from Cervera brings General Fraakenberg marchM Saofta Coloma with 1000 Horfe and 1500 2 wrtand fome Caanon to Cervera but X the receivd that made the Garrifon and forrad io of 50 Men out of the The arriving the at Break of Governor fentout Don with 40 a View one of advancd which he wirn fuch that he oblrgd thenifQ re tire to the other Side the much from the the Artillery being Cartridge Coonc Herfeles ptrcfiiviog ttey were retiring in faliyd out ffith al
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