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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 24, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From Tnefday June to Thurfday Jane from tbe Paris funs E are adviid from That the Marquis de iaving pafsd the was gone to encamp at with hie confifting of 32 Bat talions and 67 and a Train of 6 Lieutenants 8 Marfhals de and 14 Brigadiers The ai he ceotinud his March to whereupon Vitiaboim and two fortifyd fent in order to fubmit themfelves to Next the Rains fell in fuch that the not being able to nor receive his was obligd to re turn to the Camp at where he fubfifts at the of the and will wait the Return of fair During about 1000 Por tuguefe Horfe appeard ia feparate Bodies onftheHeights of Elvas Some Detachments of the Kings being fent had feyeral Rencounters with tho inferior in they defeated the killing many Officers and particular ly a who informd our that the Enemys Cavairy was encampd at and their Infantry at Borfoa and They write from the Frontiers of That the Troops were in to form the Army s and that an Englift Squa dron was arrivd at from Port to take on Board the Archdutchefs That the Comman ding being defird to fail firft to to bring over the German excused as having receivd other which he was obligd to exe June The King has nominated the Abbot firft Secretary of the for the Confe rences of jointly with the Sieurdu Louis of Peer of Prirwre of Knight of the Grand Se ncfchal and Governor of General of the Gal died at the nth of this in his Sh being born the goth cf June He was Son of Louis of of Laura Mancini He made bis firtt Campaign in and continud afterwards to diftinguifli himfeltj on afl Occafmns in the Courfe of that In he com manded in the Kings Army in took Barcelona in In he commanded the Army in and acquitted himfelf with great Valour and Suc He commanded in Flanders in and and having b en rcrfcrve as General by the King ot in in a by hrs Coursge iad prudent retried I were in bv che Llfs of the Battle of He obligM the Imperialifts to abandon and Pure uf Arragun and and fignalizd hunfdt at the taking of and at the Battle of Villa where theywere entirely defeated by the King of whe was there in He was profecuting his to diflodge them from divers they ftill tetain in whenhe unirerfafly la mented by the as wed as by the The 15th of he marryd MarieAnne de Daughter of Henry Jules de Prince of firft Prince of the by whom he bad no From ite Jmfterdm fuljt From the Camp at In two or three our Right Wing is to be removed to and the Left to to be nearer the Earl of marks and far our better Security This Day a Camp is to be markd oat there and to Morrow 50 Men of each Battallion will be fent thither to caft up an By this the Siege wiB be better and we may forage with greater Con While this is the Auxiliary in Britifh Pay will be diftributcd into Prince Eugenes tfune Colonel who was ia France with General is arrivd here from Traer and that the General did not burn anf Villages in making it bis Bufinefs only to feize Hoftagesfor Contributions Bat that ia the of Bar near he caufed about 30 ViDagel as many to be partly becaule the Enenif refund to pa partly becaofe de Metz anfwerd to a LoCter from the that he could fpare him nothing Can non and that inftead of he wtould fend him Guides to foqduft him whither he defirjrvd to lie Which Anfwer waslookd upon as infbJent Co a General at the Head of 16 or 1800 chofen From the ffagiuCouraitt jftoic June Yenerday a Placard was to oblige the Inhabitants and all the Empe rors Hereditary to pay the Hundredth Penny of the Value of their real and the Tcntb of all tbeir Incomes and for carrying on the We are adviid from That the Hun garians having delivcrM in all their tis ex peited the Diet there will break up next aod the Emperor fet out for this City June They foon after his by the Patriarch of the and namd Don Twas aavisd from that the cohtinuai Rains bad oWigd the tbeCaya the spth But two after be advancJ within a League of where be forrages and cuts down the Corn without any The Chevalier de George is rtill at and has forbid his Officers to prepare thejr to be defended by no more had 7
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