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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 21, 1812, London, Middlesex From TBhorftlay Aiigoft to Saturday Augaft 1 tiler day arrivdOneMail from ffyfyrid and tie Gn E are advisd from that Prince Tferclts de Tilly wasaffem bling the 1500 wjth fome regular having invefted the Caftle of be tween the two within 5 of Don Marflial de who commands in thofe marchd to engage and obligd them to retire with fiich that there was no overtaking Prince Tilly has withdrawn Garrilon of be canfe of the Difficulties in fending Convoys thither and that he may apply himfelf to reduce the Mique lets and Volunteers of Catalonia on the North of the The French Garrifoos of Puycerda and Bel having made an Excurfion as far as on the enterd that and returnd with great without being diftutbd by the They write from the aifl that a great Convoy from arwd without Oppofition from the from tJse Camp before The and and the Retrenchments between the Canal and the being in the Enemys were within Haifa Trenches were the i4th at 9 a Clock at before the Town and Fore Scarpe Thofe before the taking their Beginning ftorn the Road of before NotreDame were pmed in to a and ended at before the Gate of The Works were that iooa and the Trenches were carryd on within 80 of the Tho twas almoft full and the Befieged made a great Fire from their Cannon and fmall we had only 50 Men killd or wounded that Night Among the flain was a Captain of the Re giment of Hainault and the Siear de and an Aide Officers of the Guards were Purfuant to Marfhsl Villarss the general Of ficers mount the Trenches according to the Date of their f that Count deGaflionbdng the Allegre mounted the Trenches with the Regiment of At the Attack before Fort Count with the Regiment of moun ted the which were advancd 30 with out any Lofs than of an Officers The 2 following the Trenches were carryd on to the wichout any The at we beeun to batter the Town and with 26 Pieces cf Cannon and with fome and to Mourr zo m re Cannon on the This cur Bumbi did great Damage in the having fee the on In the mean manded great Numbers o in Order ereft which bare himfrom Principal 3reat he came and after of his to England Arms betwixt expire 22d theoldcft EJas CCb Count Brother fccrMjtrftaf the 2otb Inftafltih nant much his Francis de Prince of the LieutenaufiGeneral of Armiesj is dead at Frmvke ftegue Prince Eugene has def hitherwards to the jj the French made a Lodgmenton the before Fort from tbe Camp of ibe The Enemy having given that they this Day being to dofomethinf Prince Eugene thought fit not to this Canap but noriiing remarkable On the 2 in the the Befiegers made a Lodgment on the Glacis of the CoverdWay before the Fort anf Night they erefted a Battery of ii from they this to batter the The Inundation made by is fo that the French are np to fhetr in Part of the and the Al they have been obliged to make at one of their have confiderably retarded tbeir They haying litely laid fome Bridges over the which parts tljt two and threatening to fall Rearrwbei we all wich 12 to cover the On Tuefday the Eriemjp having formd a Defigo to furgrize General which are at fome the whole Picquet was font to iis which obligd the French to From tbe Braffelj On Pafteure with a Uctacbmeiirof the
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