Evening Post, May 1, 1712

Evening Post

May 01, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, May 1, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 1, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tharfday May Saturday May One Mail from From ibe Antwerp May Ayril are advisd from the that their Horfe ready cantond But their Foot continue ia expecting Orders to march Our Troops are fo that upon the firft Motion of the a Body of 36 BattalHons and 40 may be drawn together in t he Space of 24 We are going to fend from this Place 30 Pieces of Cannon to the Lines of From tte Paris Mty April The Auniverfcry of Monfeigneur the our Kings was celebrated fterday in the Royal Chappel and Doftor Don Juan de las Hevas prooouncd the Funeral The Queen and Prince are in perfeft and the Re that were erdetd to be made in the Patace of Buen being now their Majefties are Co repair by the End of this there to till the who is near gone with is The King has conferd on the Sieur du the Order of the Golden for bis important in fafely bringing the Treifure of the Troops in Catalonia enjoy a perfeft by the good Ordersvthe Marquis de Valdecannas has for the Security of their and advancM the Attempts of the They write from that the Dutch Man of which wai reported to be ran aground as lie was in Chace of 2 French within Mufquetfbot of the Cafttef and that the Gar rifon made fo great a Fire from their that the Captain was obliged to yield hlmfelf with bis which amounted to 300 The Army in Eftrema dura was beginning to near and con con fifts of 35 compleat Battalliops and 79 without including the Guards du who are on their to joyn The general Review is to be the 2ptb after they will en in order to open the from The Army in order to encamp in a and the HeadQuarters are The Forces before this were diftributed in thefbllowing The Infantry was cantond in the from upon the near as far as poffefiitig all the Paffages of of the Scarpe and the Lines beyond Arras The Cavalry for their Conveniency in Quarters and better were distributed from the Gate towards the Source of the up to betviic Avenes le Co sue and having Orders to Jceep themfelves ready to the Difcharge of 3 Oar Infantry extends ftiU as far as to be near at oppofe everyMotion of Marthal to give Orders alT the and returned hither again this Several final Rencounters have happeird Ja wbjcb his Majcftys Troops have always obtaind the Ad The 22d 18 of the Enemys who pafsd the were all made Another of their Parties was likewife defeated ontlKSide of Pe The Marquis de Ma Lieut going to Dourlans with 40 to or der fome Troops to was fet upon by looHuC who lay in Ambnfc for him in a Wood Fight lafted 2 with fome Intcrmiflions The Enemy having the Worft every were at laft de feated and our Lofs was one and divers The Allies are likewife bling their Army at le with their Rigbtat their Left at Pequencourt and Dowajy behind them j The who affcmbld at on the Road from Tournay to came and by at Pone a expecting the of Ormoad their AD the other Troops of the Allies are at Hand to joyn their except thofe of the Arch which are ftiQ a great Way i Our Forces aje matching for Alentejor are form a Camp neat to obferf p the who we are adviid are aflembling near Badajoxv vThe of who arrivd the from Gibral is ftill here j but tis whetherJiis Excel lency will go to the or return for has been Our Court has been much difpleas ed with the Popes upon Arbitrary Pro againft Juan a ofgreat for his great particularly in the Canon The Kings Council having fent for that Father about a Year to confult him on the Right of the Firft Fruits of certain Ecclefiaftical paid in Portugal to the which his Nuncio had aug mented that Father gave his in gainft the Pretentious of the Court of This Af fair has not been heard but about a Month fome belonging to the went to the Convene of the and dcfird to fpeak with the fuperior Being they fliewd an Order from the General of the rehding at by Virtue whereof they degraded Father with the utmoft ftripd him to his very Shirt and turnd him out into the Street in the Day without any Regard to his great Age tis he has been in that above 60 Years fle being Very and lovd by the who look upon him a This barbarous Treatment hasoccaliond great the King has a High Refentment a ;

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