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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 12, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft Numb From Thurfday June to Saturday Jane Yefterdtty trrivd 4 Mali from From the Hitgue tfuxe From the Camp at Jfune have received no further rela ting to the Detachment under than that he had already burnt two and was to be at Rheims the The Enemy not having received timely Notice of this it was them to obftrud it and Count Coigny was not before the fent after our Men with 21 and this Day we are that thofe and another Detachment fent out by Marfhal are returnd to the French without This Prince with Count and fome other went to the Camp before The Duke of Ormonds Army continues in their former From the Cmf before June Deferters from the Town inform Thar Be in the they the i2th had above too Men killd and General Fagel omits nothing that may contribute to the forwarding of theSiegej and the Trenches had been opend the had not the who arrivd that rer quefted two Days more that they might firft take a nearer View of the Fortifications of the the Place i in the mean time affuringtbe Generals that the Reduction of the Town fhould in no wife be retard by this General at the Go vernors gave Permiffion to 30 Ladies and their with fome Horfes and Affes laden with their to retire to their Country Seats about Lan whither they were conducted by fome of our Since the inverting of this Provifions particularly Bread and Flefh are become fo at Va that the Inhabitants there are apprehenfive of a Deferters come over to us daily from the Circumjacent and unanimoufly complain ofa great We are that a great Confpiracy to betray Mons to the is difcoverd there and fome of the Burghers are taken up for the Our Camp is to be reinforcdby fome Paflengcrs arrived here from that General Grovefteyn having penetrated into has burnt the Town of Marie and aud divers and carryd offfeveral Hoftages 5 and that his Huffars have fcizd feveral within ten Hours March of Paris The 60 Squadrons fent after the aforifaid Gene by the being rerurnd to their us he has fucceded in his and will re by the Way of From the Paris June They write frum that Lcctcrs from Efircmi That the loth a Body of Troops was broke up from Camp at and marchd to where they expeiled1 to be joynWby another from order to attack the and that Bread was diftributed to the Men for eight and Bifcuit for which makes it intend to pals They write from Greneble of the that there was no Talk then of theEnemys Troops being in to affemble thothe who were to join them are arrivd in The Body of Troops we had near Briancon continues there and 6 Batta lions of Foot and a Regiment of Dragoons are feat to joyn them Three Regimentsxof and4 of being arrivd in thofe Parts from are Quarters of Rcfrefhnsent till the Troops are affembIed and the Preparations for opening the being laid afide tis believd the Peace with Savoy is upon the Point of being if not already Irm the frttis They write from That the Miquelets and Volunteers being advancd to poffels them felves of the Bridge of over the NogiieraRiba they were charged and defeated by Don Pa tricio an Itifli Major General That feveral were and t5o taken among whom were their Commander Don Jofeph Iniguez de whom the Emperor had given the Title of Marquis las the Chief orthe Volunteers caDd and fome other They That Ger 36 Volunteers had been taken and carryd to Leri The Count difpatchd by the Duke of has brought That he left him at Tor where he was giving the neceffary Orders for en tring the Field as foon as poffiblej That they continud to fend to that to Provifions and Am with Cloaths for the and Saddles fot They write from that de Bay began his March the with the Army aad Train of in order to pafs the and encamg at La Fusnte de lofZapateros in June Letters from Flanders of the that Prince Eugene had made a Detachment of 5000 to made Inroads in Picardy and that the Marefchal de Villars had oil his de tachd a Body of to purfue under the Com mand of the Marquis de the Marquis de and the Count de From the fane June They write from thaf Deputies of the Proteftantsof have had aa Au Hence of the Emperor at and wherein they fupplicate his Imperia Maje fly to reftore them their Privileges3 according the Pafta racifyd by the late Emperors Leopold aid Jofeph The Jefuites have deliverd another to diffwale the Emperor from graating the ProteftantSj
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