Evening Post, July 8, 1712

Evening Post

July 08, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, July 8, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Tuesday, July 5, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 8, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evenmg loffc From Tuefctey July 8 to fffterity arrived ffne Mail from Paris AUMaint are advisd by our laft Letters from That the Garrifon of being that the Enemy was coming to lay formal Siege to I that and being in no Condition to defend abandond that and retired to a Place of greater That tbe Troops which fay in the County of having driven from thofc the Enemy who whole retird after wards for Trm tie Hague futjf i A Decree is lately publiflid in puifuance of a Letter from was orderd by his Majefty to write to the Govern toMr arid Admiralty of this the Extract whereof Isas follpws f TBe Kfog bat feiit that tbe Forts of jhaO be put into the Hands ike and tbat tbe Freneb Garrifon JbaU tbe ffhMajeftybtsaifctmmtnded me to fgtiijte and declare tbat as Alteration is made irTtbeGt vcrnmeiit of tbePltter tbe Civil vfon its old Footing and tbatske tondtomake Prices of Englifi tmd Dtueff Skipping but that are not to be carrydinto Dunkirk Tune Notwithftanding the our Gal lies continue ftiU here bqt the Privateers the Evacuation of to farlfpr Hayrede in order to go a crulfiog from thatiPorr From tbe Earl of Albtrharles Camp at Two Days in tbe of Albemarle fent out 400 and 3300 to ferve as Guards to a great that was to be made next Day near Valenciennes For this the afoiefaid Troops were yofted in the following Manner The Horfe upoa the Heights of Anzirv beforefive Foot in tbfe Village of aoo in the 100 betwixt the Miflsand the 100 betwixt the MiHis Caftle of 2Po in that 200 in the Caftle of 300 betwixt the Caftle of Beauvriige and the Farm of 100 in the 200 betwixt Salambic and the Village of 200 in that 500 betwixt Raimesanjdcbie and 100 in the Abbey of Bonne At Break of the Forragers went to and thte Earl of Albemarle went thither in At a the Prince of Gpvernor of perceiv jng our Txoops fo near the of the and fuf jeiiing that under Pcetence cf we had fame other fent out Granadiettififo the oPbpf snd 206 to rheVHlagi of 5 PieeeSioi the lame theywete To warmly f 1000 Men potted an chat Jafted above half an Hour lScflaftec they rthe buc of the w longing to the Forragers in att tht whpleComvoy Cainpa inrht tie Men and 178 and Part of the Suburb were Bfifnt by e Fromrite Camp it tle TTebches oefdrethft and Yefterday Corni CireumyaUation to tipn to marcfi aaa fent to view that Shot of the fame fTtd 2 or bbNad to rettroL L tl jL Armywas to leaving a6 day learnt broke up that with in order to Side fo that all the Country open to our The Earl of Strafford iSM with freflj the Marehf Hiary Troops Btlt the Prnffiah Duke of his commandinghim to Orders of the long interfere with Ws the Pruffian Fortes to gain ft the Enemy r to eid to join Prince ;

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