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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 30, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evenin From Saturday Augaft to Tuefday September from ffa Auguft Hey write from that when the Garrifon of Cervera was the of the who have con ftantly given diftinguifhing Proofs of their foDowd them with their and are lodgd Tranfportsi it arrivd upon that Coaft That rlan Majefty has been treated 2 Days by the miral and that as fooa at the Artillery ball I they are to begin the Siege of write the 27th Careifcroonj with Advice ihar the Swedife juft going to fet Sail and that General Stein borrowed Florinsof the City of I i r1 Balaguer and theadja ters from Bremen a Sure that cent The Enemy are fince come and ineampM between Belpuch and Ceiveraj but tis they cannot fubfift long in tnofe by reafon of the Scarcity of Forrage and Difficulty of getting The Regiment of Spanifli Guards is arrivd in the Neighbourhood of being foUowd by the Regiment of Flemifli Guards and atoer fome Days they will profecute their March to joynthe which is under the Command of Prance TIerclas along the ftom to We have a that the of wKo has been for fome Js taken with a HeSicfc which 4ifables him giving any Application to From tbe Hague On that Count Coigny come with dcoa to encamp near with Defiga to form a Flying Camp near where he is to be reinforcd by more ohr has thought it neceflary to lay the Country without and the Gate of under and erderd the laftVear R that lay in the Meadows of to draw nearer to this City General Wittinghof is alfo to continue here with his 30 Squadrons till further to obferve the Motions of the from the Camp at Sedin For the Security of to without reckoning thofe of the are to incamp on the Cooaterfcarp of that under the Command of Prince Holftein Beekand GeneraJ Fromtbe Amfterldm Letters from of that the Marfta1 Czeremrtof was on his March with a Body of and a Train 06 tor the Frontiers of the where he to form a Barrier againft the Tartars and cis the Czar will order fonje Places to be fortifyd onjiiat Lajl Letters from 4 were arrivd at with 6co6 aodiome Pre fents fiom the Sultan to the of In the mean time hislwedifh Majefty had Cent once oriel 1 of his Officers to to follicite that his may deferd for furne rime The Seraskier has fent to Nicmirow a Guard if 600 Turks to conduct cce great 6robaffy the Czar is fendtng to the We are advUd from the Danifli conliJting of 18 Men of and 180 there from the Queen of Britaiai to notiffj if an End be not put to Hoftilities in the Majefty will fend a Squadron af Men The of Poland has that a Detachmenc of the again defeated aoeo Men ofthe They City isconfumd by Fire and that thff after at having ftorajd the and made aiodg ed beat the CoUonels Sch werin and Waagelin j Thefe that theXaarrifon mij with all the ufiial Marks of an thould be granted to laft Year But thefei Demands ibein fwgers renewd continuing till the Swedes furrebderyaipon 5 The Barren van of the Pofts Place cannot beblockd up by to few Troops been appointed for that Services on board Darafli and the Iflandof Rugen TheKing Of i Bctbueej here and changd o riat Qtyi ourGovernor i of Liodtboom ran fome BriJgesoyerthi likewifc gf ne has taken up Army is faid the E lange r A buridahcc frpm Qheaf thac areecefling
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