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Publication: Evening Post September 4, 1712

Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 4, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numb From Thurfday September to Saturday September 1711 xrriiid One Mail from from the Hague from the Camp of the Allies at E broke up Yefterday the Camp at and arri ved at where Prince Eugene rook his This Day we decampd again and arrivd at this Right Wing at and Left above To Morrow we arc to pro fecute our March to where Prince Eugene is to We carry with us great Nunibers of Utenfils for breaking in order to jaft or rather to incampat and for tify ourfelvesin From the CeltffJY Sept 9Wehave been alarmd and at Bonne tokt upon that a Body of 9 or i coco French were advancd near Tbionville and are march d towards but wecannot upon what of their Par ties of a 500 pafid ttic 2 Days 3 Miles aWve Cobfen and penetrating as far as burnt fowie and carryd off fome that were df hiking the A Detachment of the Gar fifon ofCoblentz was fent out afar but could not overtake From the Supplement to the Amflerdxm The Sufpenfion of betwixt France and England has been publifhd in the Mediter ranean purfuant to which the Britifh Squadron is to return From the Higue The Garrifon of Staden 2 beat the anddefnd to Anfwcr was that they muft furrsnder upon which they were atiaftobligd to do and Ye one of their Gateswas dtliveid to the ot whofuffefd the Officers to keep their Arms and General is made Governonr and ir General Commandant of the Place The who were reducd to 500 Men are their Quaranuin on the Side of the River Tis not known whether General tho5 he was the Czjrjs was GQvernur of the has madehis tfcage into Schwinger Scliansor to fume other J Letters Iroin of the Squadron under Admiral of 16 of k come ro an Anchor near thac to avoid eneagin he Flrcc which con lifted capital leues Come and gavvhim Chace for 2 in the Bakick uird wicb a open has been at after Loft of moft of his and being in no ftand a obligd to beat the the 8th in the Evening Hottages were mutually dt liverd and General Hompefch demanded the to march out with his Garrifon But this Demand being the French renewd their and on the at 10 in the the Garrifon yielded them upon the like Conditions that were granted iro fo thac the Officers are to keep their and and the Soldiers to be exchanged againft an Number of the as foon as hall be eon The French are fince marchd towards noy and have inverted that We are extremely here and at unlading latejy aiiisd from and mounting our Walls and with fufficient Numbers of The marie intends to fet on TKefday or af 3 io the French took the Coonterfeafp and the buc were by the great Fire we to atendon In the Trace wasagreed fcaf burying the Dead t Next the ErtereymaderaSreacfc 300 Foot in the aad5 being reducd to 1 1 or 1200 ferviceaBle Meni the this and yfelded ourfelves Pri foners of We are to march out this in order to be eschangd for the late Gafttbn From the Camp ofibeASiet at nil Hburt March beyond September Yerterday wearrivd in this Camp Our Left Wing is incampd before Quefnyj our Rightextends the Mills of that w pofTefs our felves of the Camp of the faking the Enemy liaveinvefted Qft and to cut us off from that Marfhal Vil made a Motion with his and caufed it to en camp behind the along by and to the Wood of We fhaHj foon fee whether any Pafage us is left anT whether the great Rains wili divert the Enemy ffoM that The freflteft Letters our the ieth at 9 in the broke up from Havre and marchd towards Malplacquetjgiveov litclc Hope of hindring the Siege of my having already poffeffed cheinfelvesof the The Count de ofcheHoufe of and only Sonof that had the dead in 0oway F Gollonel a Regiment wWchwas in Coi after the Batcteof and having eic 20 YeaVs of very ni from she Paris v de w ifi ;

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Publication: Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: September 4, 1712

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