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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 14, 1812, London, Middlesex rjif Ihe livening Till rr From Tharfday Augaft to SaturdayAiigpft 171 jrdaf trrivd HJie Mai from from the Paris j H E Regiment of confifting of 3116 effefiive is marching to join the Army in They write from that a Veffel arrivd there from brings That a fmall French with 5o Men on has taken on the cbmmantied to be up bttfffeen t Scarpe4and tfre tfo Xubv THs tine Is for a together wjtti tfndations fheWaters ftiyuleii he has damd up fe that there feems TO be no ger from onthis Side Count Albergoti on the bti ffie Srdfe of and CqVirt toWrdt Sid raVdtheir finesftbli off of a Portuguefe Ship iofg ItfJrfial1 richly her Return from the Eaft As judging it rtofe his1 they were carrying this Prize to thePortu wards Mpuiat wheocefc enragd at their being taken by a Veffel of fuch as before it fmall conrpird to murder the French But Carency and apd the Rivulec of not withftanding rhe finallnefsof their defended ftead or acd put the Portuguefe all to the ex Prince Eugeae ceptfope Clergy who were on Columnsj towards but From the Camp before The Retrench Marflnl was ments of and the o etd Army ther Pofts along the are We are affurd that the Eoeray in 9 Battalhons and a Re Deuleand the giment of ibs Paris The Army continues to affemble a bouc Lerida 5 and Prince Tferclas de Tilly is preparing to fct out to put himfelf at their Our Army will as Numerous in Horfc and as iaft without reckoning in the Kingdoms of Arragon and and in the Places we have reducd in General Staremberg has cantond his Troops about SantaCo lgualadar excepting the Detach men tTen tto the where have not done any thing of i We are advisd Cadizv of the that the Snglifii Troops in Gibraltar having Jetzd all the Pofts that were pofiefed by the the latter were embark for Holland This News has been confirmd fincc the Arrival of thefe wjych that 12 Portuguefe under Coavoy of 4 Men ofc boifnd ffpuv for to i4thje where of peciiBd more bewg dr a were taktin the French Privateersj but twas noc known what was betomeef the from the Camp at Hcnirt Marihal ViN Jjrs having demolifhd the Works at ard th Forrifications of taken by pur Troops along tefolvd it inreftedi the and that the Enemy would attempt its the Wbrks nectffary to prevent tq beijfr mediately He rnadellle of the y made by the and which they had neglefled The Enemys By cautions tafeen MarQial towards the at Yiewcf our Aminuaition and greaf Fafcines being we ftall open the Jenerar Hoiapefcli the 30th with 3 Battalioij and fo that the tlian 2 or Letters a Priyateer a Portuguefe Eaft CJoth Box of Diamonds of a Upon certam 4 fuL ferit Eraiflaries into new to Uve from Brcbierearid upon the Upper paffiug the Rivnlet of Mouiihet and advancing to the Rivslet cf and the Lower Scarpey He wPtjS
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