Tuesday, September 6, 1712

Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 6, 1812, London, Middlesex from the Hague E areadvisd S the 8000 which are arrivd before where theyeipeft to be joynd by more Troops from Before thff covites decampd from the Neighbour hood of fromHbat Garrifon fell rbtft and burnt 20 of them in had Anorher Detachment from the Towninter cepted a great Part of the Czars under the Guard of 300 and defeated without giving anyQuarcer buc being overtaken Body of were obligd to abandonthe The Ruffians complain of thfr Scarcity of Provilions in raniay and are that their that Country will be the ArriVil cf the Tranfpotts they is prevented by any EighteenGreenland Ships belong ing to are arrivdin the Whales on Twenty of our Greenland chat arrivJ in the Tcxcl on bring That the whole Pleet having faild out from the arrivd the i 5th of at ami not finding the Con roy therefcttfft zo Skips fetfoiVfbr H0U 2 Djys oi eight Snips by twofSiftfay of and theotber of bur C4HM Land of was retaken by the ViceAdmiral of the i T Z T U T i 4 o fi Menagerj Relation of what bis of Count rranfrriitKil bf kHh to Court SOme Days after the News came to Utrechtbf the Af fair of the Count de Rechteren and de Moermojit fert a Secretary to to acquaint him that he came on the Part of thofe Gentkmen to make Complaint to Menager againft his arid at the fame time he drew out a and It That M de ecbterens Footmen bid told pjjfwg behind his Coach along by the Door of Manageri bis Footmen had made Grimaces or indecent Geftieuli tions at That de Recbtercn having deficd de Moermont to accompany him back again in his before Managers and the Footmen again the like That de Menjgers Poner was at the and fan aU that Hat this wts an Offenct done to ie chteren and de ftr vkifb de mtadfd and that otbtrwife tbej jbould be obliged to uki it tkif Menager anfweted the That he would inform tainfelf of the of the and that w the fetora an Aflfwer to Mv dee Rech teren and 1 j AcCotdlrtgly laPertbH went that Afternoon to de Recbterettjto That theAbfcaee tif the Feotanen had Inquiring Matter of and that the next Morning an Anfwir The DCxt Morning Menager Tent his Gentleman but that be gone for V i He went to de and read to him the following 1 Wri ingi fy from faceting to ubii ibeieafrOffence totny andportieuloffyto ibeSfrvatts vf de enter intotkt tobstbtr or Gejiiculatfrns mgdeataiDlftand ty faffing thtir lationn ifc jbofo wtom commit and tbtreby fail in them or if their Footmen are tfter thy fottf bavi made Proof of for not orteaf Meeagcri Footmen own de Moerrnont That i nat rfeeo the Gtimaccs o howevrer M fjftiijn but that the Mater in Qieftion parcitolatly deXecbtereBj who at and with whom he would talk de Rechteren being come back to a Secretary to to maaa Satisfatiuja of hioj for the Injury he bad coia pUined ef Menagerimmedtattly Tent his Gentleman tocarry hisAnfwer Nottfminjg went butficuflld nee fpeak with bimtHeniieither i he with him and foremrntioned An as he had de thattwas true he felf bad not feen the Grimaces or iodtccnt Gefticolations buc be would agreeto fend to to view and declare whichKt were of whom Theteentbinah added by Word of that the who had for an tyWitnefs of the prcwncted had That he did riot fee the do them f that if de Rechteren dsftrd to hear that Deelifation front the Porters or to ask fainraitty ition might help to difcover the Menager would to

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