Evening Post, July 31, 1712

Evening Post

July 31, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, July 31, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Friday, July 29, 1712

Next edition: Tuesday, August 2, 1712

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Publication name: Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 31, 1812, London, Middlesex The 1 1 From ThurfdSy Jttly to Saturday He from the Peris are advisd from that the Army was beginning to affemble aboiu having deferd their drawing before this by reafon I of the ejcceffive on the Sea bccauie the that wasquai flSr the Kingdom of and in towards the could opt join tKem fooner but they are on their forrhat They write from that the Catalans are under a great upon AV count of the Progrefs of the Negotiations betwixt France and and that they have fefoivd to De puties to pray the of their Intereft if the Treaty of Sbips richly which Were taken by Ca are arrivd there and tis written from that another taken by the aforefaid is come in to with the following The Caffarts pf yCar andji FrigatSjCame Fpit 3 Leagiief iftanddf thai and die Tfijand5 to the xif with loob and the the GatrMbn whereof furrenderd without any Then he marchd to bsfiege the Town of Jago and the which yielded at He treated with the Governor Ifown firom aated of Agree 3Q5rerjnor tleBi principal So 6 withour receiving any Account blew up all tbe BprtiScations and the Town He carried off alt the above 400 with great deal of Jvlerchandizeaniotber Booty j whole being1mbarVdri he the Town to be fet on and the anpther aantity of to jpyn tlw roy nd 5 whteren and this Advices Enemy found in Tome Letters to have two Days f HompefcliiSio t that SJ4 along jo haH f i m Augift This great is j From the drnfnt DronzWy The 2jth tie ofOrmond Tent 2 into a pointed Sabine Next che Officers of two Dutch whitli iiavc fome TimCj to march readily them the Army to and Brigadier Durel is detacnd with another Party HeZdkes with him Stone and attack the bekye it and we m y out fer ttrn ta thac So Tiro ;