Evening Post, June 14, 1712

Evening Post

June 14, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, June 14, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, June 12, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 14, 1812, London, Middlesex Evening Frorti Saturday June to Taefday June 1711 Fripn rte are advisd by Letters from Bar qf the that Wetzel who feme Weeks before marchdtowards with undertaken asy thing r Thatthe Miquelets have a ftcond Timemade Forthwith 60 Horfe and 306 the Spahifh Forces conti nud Other Advices acquaint that the Allies having taken Figuieres and in Catalo were marching to attack They that the Dutch Admiral was to from to take on at 7009 German the Horfe not being yet ready to June The late Queen of England and the Chevalier de went 8 Days ago to Marly to take Leave of the King The faid Queen went after wards to the Convent of tis laid to return JDO more to Germains And the Chevalier went to to a Houfe of the Duke de Lauzuns to remain there til bis which is fixed to Mon day as we are tor The Enemy Jiave fent of iyx Herfe into Champagne and Soiflbnnois They were up as high as and bad like to have taken the ArchbiQiop a little way put of the Town He favM himfetf by Counting a Horfe of one of his his Chaife happening to This Detachment of the Enemy did no Damage to a Brother of General who lives at bis Seat in and who treated them be lieved they have retird the Troops fent in Pnrfait of them by de not fetting out till ao after they bad beguntheir From the Htgue ftate From the Camp before about Half an Hour after 9 in the Even notwithstanding the Sbortnefs of the and Fullnefe of the the Trenches were bn both Sides of the great and very little Lofsl At the Left where theGef mains are appointed to under the of Sas van den 4 Battallions were ordetd to do commanded by General General Seek tfndorf and a Brigadier They had izoeo and drew a with a Parallel from the Left to the Right including about toco over againft the We 8 Men and 29 tfldorf receivd a by a Bullet grazing on his ArmL Botwithftandiug not leave the At the Right Attackj ttnder the of f Jikewife 4 and 2000 Cowhand of Geoerat jran atrd Tbeffe coverrd before Midnlgt Groundi TBey and after thai tfrtw 1 had 2 Men Woandefli Inb9thrAt we1 are advahcdr The fiias npbo w xf Fagel anfd an betwixt The whoidairy to i the in great complairivof badly and that an Officer with being ordetd to go into the layd down f heir and that fume of the In the mean TnneitheGoverriorrJgivesfortbi has Orders to hold fore is refoivd ftaod the jd ftorm 1 the Two Days hencci we are to 3d betwixt the other under thetDt region or de in Order to make ourfelves Matters of a which very mnchjncommodes on that Side and this Attack wiOicon tribute moft te the fpeedy Redaftion of the From the From the Army une We no Newt yet of MajorGeneral who are come this Way with Paffports that they met andthat he had great Confternation far into France j that the 15th Inftantt he was at Pont a Mouffen on the Frontiers of Lor confequently is now out of for carrying on the Siege of Quenoy with greater General Fagel has 4efired Tome more Bat taUions of Prince but tis thought wJO hardly obtain Within thefe three the French have broken an the Paffports they had granted to our and fiezed fach of them with their Harfei and Waggons as have fallen in their Way j They arqGid to do this by way of Reprifal for the Incurfion pagne by MajorGeneral tend to be againft the Rulesof x fromtbeTvit Mavain jfate Letters from the 6th that the Troops in Valentia are in Motion to form the We that theEnglifli Fleet being arrivd ac Bai Endeavours were usd toeblige tbem to return te take oh the Troops there f but the excusd hifflfelf by he had the Contrary from The in Motion in Part ef th at fifiiemos and Part ;

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