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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 10, 1812, London, Middlesex Numb From jVTay to Tuefday May 1711 Frost tte Parif H E thifd SQJom of an4 4ivefs ottierPprfens of fetiouttRis Day ifor to our other PleBipotentiartesVThtKing has 40botPiftoles to be jh5m far the DJ of Vendome continues riiePlacesuppn fife Coaft of Valencia and they eipfcfl his iff Caia Io to begin the Troops have Sold offafi their and are waicing the Arrival of the Bricifti Ships tarry them The Arcb dutchefs is alfo felling Part of her and at fuch as conveniently a4ong wjth TjhSy frriteflrpipi That a Squadron commanded by the Siem Caf and 1500 were feed off ftapdingfor the Streighits Mouth and rtey write fince fnwn that the aforefdid Squa dron arrivd in that Port But they know not whi tkdr they are From the Camp at May The Army is in two the Infantry in the and the Cavalry in the other The Right extends to the betwixt Gambray and Bouch a and the Left to the en the CrinchjOny near ArEas Our Headquarters are at this Detachments are potted at all the Paffages of the Senfetand Scarpe and the General Officers are djftributed thro all Quarters of the The ad the Enemy were working to refrore the Courfe ttf the The fame they laid Bridges over tne at and General 30 BattalionSjand 20 Pieces of pated the after which thefe Troops entcenchd their Right to and Left to fromwhich Place they are ad vancing their Trenches is far as for the Se curity of their from the Amjlerdam May The Germans continue to batter Fort the Garrifon whereof anfwers them for want of They have erefled a Battery at the Entrance into the 10 prevent the Relief of the Place The of who had taken Pro vifionson at Civita for Porto Jias been obligd to retire with his 4 without effecting his Defign He was purfud by a Pri vateer and feveral others of that Kation are cruifmg to intercept fuch Convoys ascome to bring Succours to the Thres fome be longing to the Convoy from are arrivd at the Camp of ths and tis not queftiondj that the which had been difpersd by a Divera come r Jripg that they to fmra a Regiment pfi thofa fervd on in order the of i cp This 4ojJEQt vide Neceffaries who are upop their for ItaiyPajit whereof are to to with 40000 Sacks of The Electoral Prince of Saxony is ftill Mdj The Catholick that they wjll or atieaA n came two Days to ap modate the Affair of Cantons Dittwould have affembled there fome Days to pqt and to thofe ments for aifo twftothqr thet From Marjbtl ViUtrsi gunners tt CTifyt A Camp is marking out for our which will be compleatly formdin Men ting the River and cafting From ifoGwfL At Sfa Trpop are epefted and we flaH from C On the i2tb the Duke of Osmond and other a Turn Mont and returnd hitier went to his the Englifh and aQ the aforeAid ving dined with General in the The Enemy is our laying Siege to one of their Brujfeh May This Mornipg 9 Imp arrivd here on purfud their March to the and 4 others which came to laft Sa are expefted here this Mtf Yefterday the Mioitters pf the Allies Conference in the thoje pf the States who went lately to the gift rivd and notifying their Return to the Bricifli they dtfird a with their Accordingly they this Morning at the of where they feird with his Excellency jnyiLordPrjivy Seal being perfeiily recoverd Baron the Minifterof Lofrain imbark for after be made a ftiprt
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