Evening Post, July 26, 1712

Evening Post

July 26, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 26, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, July 24, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 26, 1812, London, Middlesex J From Saturday July to Tuefilay July from tie ffuty HE JLing lately fa ft jeou municated the CouaciloE and co the other Coun cils and a by which he acquainted That it having been judgM for obtaining to that tneCrowns of France andSpaio fliould never be united on the fame his Majefty was fo fatisfyd with the Zeal and of the People of that witbaut making th a Resolution of that Importance je he had immediately determind to prefer the Monarchy of to the Rights be had to the Sue ceflion of the Crown of This Decree was drawn up in Termv which erprefsM well flys Lave to his that immediately the Council of State refold to ask kite in or der to give him their bumble Thanks aad exprefs their which they accordingly did the 9th Tae Heats haying ooligd the Army in fttemadura to retire io to Quarters of the de Bay made a Detachment of between 5 and 6000 with which he march d to the frontier of on the Side of the Kingdom They writs from the that divers French Generai who in are conjeyto the Vid to hold a Council of Vtat with Tferclas de about the Operations of the Cam That General has reinforcd the Poftt in the County of and commanded all the Troops to be ready for a at the firft The E have reinforcd the Garrifou of with 500 From the Anfterdtm jtvgufl July Our Court has once more founded the Inclinations of the Hungarian to know if will allow the Kingdom to fall to the Females of the Houfe of in Default of thr Male IfTue we are rbey hare prefented a Me moral to his Imperial Ma porting their Confent but upon To many that tis whe ther chis Affair will ever be The News we have rcccivd here of a feparate Peace concluded betwixt England and has extremely the Emperor and all the People In the mean bit Majefty has refolvd to continue the War to the utmoft rather than fubmtt to a Peace difadvanta gious to him and his Allies and fcyeral fxpfeffej are difpatchd to engage the Princes to continue firm to the It being that this of Af fairs will ccrft the Confederates 15 Millions of additional our Dourt is employd in railing of Prince kagotsky refnfes to accept his tt Juj now beca offed for the by the plwE ma We are juA advisdvthatfomeReginieotiaw fottfewith for the Upper Rbhuv to thpfe that be ftnfcftom esu 01 frentbe Sutpltmtni to Seifle in the between1400 Men frotn our the Moojer and Melettnenj attd attackd our Village ef and Churchyard Condua and aad after Our ded Amoog the jo lonel is Aft Collonel is made this SootMen belonging and they behafUthemfeJvcs with great Bnw loft too Men aad that the i Thofe rf tho jignM have pltfndcrd the Village of Far The People of Lucerjfc a n Ury who would not agree tot tae Treaty M are marchd to toe Relief of which ttt tackd by the Several Qtlm wife to be attackd Afiiri are HOW more imbroit tie From Caapiofibt Ft After Attica at DcnaiOj the in the following Manner The Wiag was from the Schcld to Right from Maftaiu to potted tetweea between Hafnon and The firft of 1 being joind byothercTroojsffw attackd a8 our faafl Poftson the Amand and made the Troops foners of only tbofe in tulation like that of TheEnemyin ftould take Marchieone with the Brigadier who tbroflrahimftili with 6 Battaflions of thofe that retired firom at ftood 3 jT m r timCi Sword TP FT Abundance at Men only fomafmall FieldPi U i only fome fmall for 16 Battering Can and 4 from and begto to A gadler moft of the Flase pnlyiq ope defeflded AenMeJrei afl ;