Evening Post, May 17, 1712

Evening Post

May 17, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 17, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, May 15, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 17, 1812, London, Middlesex Frprt Saturday May Arrivd One from Holland One from Fromtbe Majr Mtdridy jrlE King and the Prince a re in per and the who enterd into her has but found Relief after which her jRy been They write from the Frontier of Cata that the Marquis de Valde who commands there is has reinforcd the that are ip of Ribagorza and Conca de WithSop enable them tbe better Jto oppofc the who being incommoded by the Neighbourhood of made an Attempt to fur prize by Night but being difcoverd by the Vigi lance Of the Governor and were obligd to We are adyisd from that the continud to and was to encamp in a thejirft Number 35 in Order itobegin the They write from of Vendome the in that where be was receivd with extra ordinary and lodgd at the ArchbHhops Palace bat remaind there only 2 and then went refide which lies between that City and the He accepted ony a fman Part of the Pre fents and which ufe tobe given to of derd Payment to be made for the May Captain having pafsd the with 250 Men of the independant Com panies belonging to Brigadier de la made an Ex the pa in the into where Regiments belonging to the Archduke be put into great kiliing and woundjng feveral of them after which he retirdi He brought off with him 60 of their with theLoisof only one Man and fome From tbe Antwerp CouratJt Mty May Laft feme Dutch and Pruffian Officers coming from with their Equi pages and fome Horfes to remdunt the under the Guard of 80 Foot new raisdj were attackd 2 MilesfroiritnisQity upon thp French under the Commandof the The Convoy Ene tho fuperior in with fuch their Lofs was greater than Only 7 of our Men were killd and among the a Cornet and among the latter a Lieucenan and a Danifh Captain was made1 Ofthe befides tbofe tbat were 15 or were whom du who receivd feveral causd to be buryd in the Church Yard of Weft Eronube Amftefim Gazette Mty May Oa the 2jd the the Allies held a whereat the Lord Privy Seal his recpyerd Count id his Imperial for the Polignac difpatchd his ftrft Genclemanof the to the Court of from whence he Is in a few front the Hague May oewTreaty f t the High Porte and Czar of onthe i6th In Exchangd and Arabaffadocs m Prefence of the Plenipotefltiariej of his Gzariari Ma May The Towyi is intlre ly invefied and fummond to fiirrender xo But the Garrifon pretending to make a ftout Defericei fome heavy the neceffary are fent to Army before Another happend not frbm formerly Governor of Badenwas mortally Palatine are on their for Flandersand here btfore the End of this The Imperial ASpf on the Rbine and that oi the Enemy arec themfelves in order toenterupon From tbf Paris AlnMtin May Two French Squadrons areiarriv the one from tbe with Treops on We cannot learn theirfifetlgnj But tis that they aDeiceqe upon fome of the Portuguefe Monfeigneur the has not been fo ill as reported He was only diforderd by Tooth but is very well at prefent and frequently the Air in his has a very frefh Colour j and the Marks of a perfcft May Count Minifter of haying receivp Orders from to repair immediately will fct out this for tbe andirom thente proceed for to go on Board the JPacKejJ which arrivd laft on this having an Order from my Lord for the Difpatch Laft Night the EmpfirofS refiding receivd an Exprefs from and theL French Plenipotentiaries receivd another from V3 From tbe Camp at May His Grace the of Ojmond un and Yefterday the 2 which made a after which his Giace enftrtalnd at ner Prince Eugene andttfae General bjothi His Grace was Yefterday at vifit the Fortifications and General Fagels CsWp en the other5ide the A great ;

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