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Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 19, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday April to Tuefday April Since our tirrivd otie Mail from from the Pirn April April 4 HE Guardsda Corps are on their March to where the de Bay is affembling the They write from Cata that General be ing marchd from the Bridge of te take the fmall Cattle of receivd that the Enemies were affembled to drive the Marquis de Villa from a Poft of Impor tance Hereupon the General alterd his and went to the Relief of the Marquis But the upon his retird with Precipitation and re pa fsd the A Spanifh which lay at Conca de being that another Body of the Enemy was advancing to furprize took the and furprizing their put them to and made 180 Prifoners and took their Lad ders and with the Materials they had prepard for the Execution of their flay ing too to load and carry off the the Ene my receivd a ajid by the Favour of a cut off the Retreat of the Spaniards Rear and took 8p notwithstanding our Men carryd off the Booty and the 180 Don Ifidro Garmy de la Officer of the Life who was taken by the Enemy at the Battel of being is returnd from which he the iyth He that the Counts d Elda and d who efpousd thelntereft of the are dead there That the Arch Dutchefs could not depart before the i5th of April That the Scarcity continues very and diverfe Religious who had taken Part with the proving bqrthenfom to the thofe of the fame Fraternities were to receive them into their Houfesj but they they had Difficulty enough to fubfift themfelves whereupon feveral of them were obligd to em bark for April Marftal de Montefquiou being in that betwixt 35 and 40000 of the Enemy were drawing together towards orderd fome Bat talions to march to the Senfet to difpute the Paflage of that til the other Troops could come The 13 in the the Enemys VanGuard ap on the other Side the River 5 but perceiving the good Pofture the Rings Troops were and judg ing that others would immediately arrive to fupport they thought fit to retire to there to wait the coming up of the reft of their In the mean our Infantry and particularly the Gens d Arms are continually arriving fo thatour Army at able to oppofe the Enemy his Ma jettys and other Troops ate expected in 5 or 6 Afril Marftal Villars fee out to take upon him the Command of the Army in Louifa Maria Daughter of qf Great a Princes eminent in BietyvSiireW nefs of and all other of her high diedat i8th In aged 19 Years 11 She The aoth her Body rwas carryd to tyfonaVf ftery of the Englilh to be that of her Father to the Mary of attended by the Guards and Kings From the ffague Afril The 13 tb who adhere to the Abbot Command of by make themfelves Mafters of the Cloifters of New John and Oldv which two fcflb are well and belong to the Hereapaas the Inhabitants of the lower Part of ihe who are for that run NabholtZi The after having Pofleffion of a Bridge and driven his Enemies from he to Ch4ircibYatjlJ whereof was defended by 200 under rejefted the Summons made But 3 Pieces of Cannon being brought the Churcb Yard was taken Sword in and the fome of his Men were made the Troops of thisCaivtort with 600 of the Abbots but he retird and joind laoo Major After this Major Hertzel drew out from the Camp at with 1000 of our vancdagainft the afordaid Troops of Nabholtz is marching to join them pa the Side In the mean General Bodmer isteok frem the Camp at wiijb and 8 G nan fo that we hourly expeft to hear This Day 4000 Men more went fcem roTjein force General Advke being Romifh Caatons are refolvd to the The Canton of are likewifeto on the and a general Wat is expefted ia from the Supplement to the AmSerium April tinguet Afril In the Conference held ihe iSthu Inftantat the Earl oi Staffords betwixt Minifter and thofe of the States his Excel lency declard to them among other their High Mightineffes haying the to the praying her Majefty to make all poffible for the Vigorous Continuation nerMajjfty had thereupon Orderd a Memorial to bedeliverct their High Mightinefies importing in hsr Majefty had already difpatchd for that the Orders greateft Part of the and the reft were te
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