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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 7, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday June to Tuefday Jane Tefterdy ttmvd one from Fromtbc Pvit fune Hey write from Perpignan the aoth that all was very quiet in the Enemy being retird The Garrifon pf Gironne made an Ex on the almoft as far as without meeting with any of their according to the Report of were rccaild by Count and encampd about Barcelona They That they fuffer the Country round that Place being ruind and that they fubfift only upon the Provifions brought them by Twas be licvd that General Staremberg would be obligd to put moft of his Infantry into the not being able keep the Field with his tin the Succours from Italy From the Tranfport with 1500 Recruits from for the Duke of Ormerids are ar the Meafe From ibedmQerdam iMtj Five Dutch Men of War and a Tranf faild lately from for Port take io PfOVifions for the which faild the from and arriyd next Day at Yefter day Admiral Jennings came hither and this Evening or to Morrow he is to fail for Port leaving to the Care of Adjnjrai the Condoling the Inipe Troops 4to jmoft of which armd in Italy time bad not their flowing of Admiral will convoy them over to been Don Patrecio Marftal de defeated a Part of the that came to take View of our Ppfton the Bridge of Saett them were kiUd and 60 mads are the Marquis de tamaras thefr C Offic sr A General Officer rpj that a Detachment of the Enemy has mffcarryM in Atcemptupon the Cattle of having teceivda feat before that Place He that there was no courfe among the ofth has aa the Coop Welderea and the yefterday Mqrniog ffom Prince Eugene which and aff had a Conference to with touching the Djecja ration h der pf the Queen of They write from the 9 th that the Troops of Zurich haTecompleared the Cenqueftof pf which was held alternative t Arauj the carried on thisiintporiadt Cimp before advantages the us be opened btfore it be certainly are which in in a Day or f at two detaebed with gpons of the 4 rLieqfefl off 3 goons Hereditary Pti bineersj Yeftsrday Jpplc the Oatirs of Fidelity to IJeraaBd after they were tiotonel Hackbarth is madeGovernor of the Place Tne afarefaidCijntODs have paffports totae pepfrttesjof of to thtfir Admittance c From H jlmflerdim Jitbe 3me The Imperial Troops which are com ing continue their March with other Troops fof Pieraont 3 and General Zumjangdn ly expefted as n alfo who is retuprtiiig from Tht other Imperial Troops dciigned tor their where ihey would have by this wbeneej ificlbft prtfticable Party of towards iPariSi fafcly the Soon after the Arrival of an Exrraordinjry from on Tucfday Night with PhilipV i
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