Evening Post, July 19, 1712

Evening Post

July 19, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 19, 1712

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Sunday, July 17, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 19, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numb From Saturday July to Jaly From the Anfterfam ffulj from tbe Ctmf near the Even a Lieutenant defcrced from the French came and acquainted Prince AnbaU that Marfbal ViUars was marchjng to furprize his whereupon his Highnefs doubled tbe Number of the to perfect forthwith the Line of cumvaDation j and it was itfgty done in a very raort The at Break of hir Highnefs and the Prince of Holflein Beck went to confer wkh Prince who advancd to the Extremity of his Left W AtNoon we receivd that the Enemy were in and that they hey would attack w this Day j and tbo we are un der no Afffebenitat they it was jadgd proper to caft up an Entrenchment before the Left Wing of the grand to prevent our being frequently alarmd during the General Fagel is encampd behind the faid Entrenchment with 40 The grand that of the and the Bridges on the Sambre are now fecurd from being furprizd by the From tbe Camp at fitly On the IJth at Advice that the French were marehd to wards whereupon Prince Eugene orderd the Troops to prepare for a Next we were informd that the Enemy were al ready advancd near to with DC fign to furprize the Troops cmployd in the Siege Thereupon the Foot were order d to draw the Horfe to and the Right Wing to move toward the to fupport in Cafe of In the mean time the Enemy approachd but did not think fit to attack the Troops of the perceiving they were not to be furprizd Wherefore marching np they encampd behind the their Lett at Solemnes and their Right near Veaax and the HeadQuarters being at Towards Order was given for oar Cavalry to unfad dle But for the Security of oar Caap againft an id Foot Broad and 8 was be gun at the Village of and carrydon ta Folie on the and the fame was fintflid to The not offering to diftarb our right Wing turnd to their From the Supplement to tte Aaflerdtm From the Camp at Hjiefnei The Enemy having laid Bridges over the and to amufe given out they would attack Doway or the Count de Coigny on the near to Pre with bis Troops that were near Guifej and Pay Marfhal ViUars made fome other Feints Bat the we receivd that aD the different Bodies oi the which were encampd along the Scheld and the and be tween Barail and marehd early in the Morning and joynd the others above fb that their Army encampd in a Line between and On the in the the to wir4s Chateau Cambrefisr gave out thef would for the Relief of notwithftandrng they encampd behind the Right near to Left towards and the Body of under the Count de having joynd they fptead a thai ViJlarshaving receivd Orders to relieve the To hac fent his Commands to the Governoors of Manbeoge and other fiafl upon bnr But fome Advices this Rumour was fpread only Vtou oblige the Earl of Albemarle to that the Gar rifon of Valenciennes might have an Opportnnity to aft with the more This Morning the foemy has been very quiet but we have inft jcccivd that they have made another Motion and flat their Right extends along the and their Left to Chateau Cambrefis Their heavf Baggatt b ftifl at whither it was Tent when tfetf began to all neat fary Frecautiaos have been and we have Caft up an Entrenchment from the Head of the JSfcaillon to the7 and we are not only toreceive fibe but to attack if it be From tbe ffigu Juli On the tbe EnghCh arrivd at defirdPaflage that Town but the Govetnor keac the gates To that next they condiad their March towards The 22d Geaeral Cadogan came lie The 2 id la General Jn the cbs ot Or mond with the the Difcharge of onrCannour flwyalfdind at the Englim Commiflary ai4 wew complimeated by the the Prefident of tbe CouncU of Flanders and other Lords of the In the of Oraond rode out to H and Half from whither the Br r ifd that We they ate to row at Drongen along theLys and r the In the mean time the oar is reinfarcd by fome C and a Detachment about along the Quantities of Bread are Baking and the Country their We are aflatH that Garrifoo this City is to be reinforcM by 8 of Imperial and Dutch We having receivd Advice that Marftal ViBari feu feeeifd Cafe he ciftnot relieve Laadrccj to fetf a fiiwfi Porragefor ;

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