Evening Post, September 16, 1712

Evening Post

September 16, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, September 16, 1712

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Publication name: Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 16, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From Tuefday September to Thurfday September From the Antwerp E Deum has been fung in our Cathe for the taking of pur fuant to the following Letter bis Ma lefty the nth to the Cardinal de AFtcr the Defeat of the in their Camp at the taking of and the railing of the Sige of I thought I ciuld not better improve thofe than by ordering Doway to be That Place has been always reckond cne of the moft important on the The who 2 Years made themfelves Matters of opend by that an eafie Way to other and from that conceivd Hopes of penetrating into my My Troops commanded by the Marfhals Villarsand inverted it on the 3d of Au and on the i4th the Trenches were opend before the Town and Fort The Garrifon of the after having defended themTelves 13 furrenderd at The which had ftood a Siege tf 54 when attackd bv the was defended by them but and the Garrifon have undergone the fame Fate as thofe in the This new Succefs Jfges me to return Thanks unto Wherefore I you this L E W I Letters from dated Yefter fay our Army continues as formerly but they allure that the Enemy fearing we may lay Siege to have put a very Garrifon into and that Marfhal Villars is daily fortifying his Camp behind the with Redoubts and From the Amfterdam The Governor of Rimini having receivd that the People of Amondola give Atfiftance to the Runners of lent thither a Commiffary with fame Town who feizd one of them but as they were carrying him they were ftopd on the by 6 armd demanded the Releafe of the which the tiny calid the peaQnts by ringing the and rtfcud the by The foe red Council having bern acquainted of by an bavi fenc too Horfe and as many with Orders to live at Difcretion in that Part of the The Elefror cf Bavaria let out fome Days ago from and igone back to Na ns Tis fa id this Court and that of Madrid sre in clined to give up the Kingdom of Sicily to his Electoral but chj another Court infilh that that King dom be given to he u The Departure uf the Duke dAumont for London is fixed to the End of this Month The King has given hjm 50000 Crowns Tis faid he will ftay a Year at the Btitifh Court He will take with him 12 as 0iany 20 7 Priefts tor befides his ufinl jo led Horfesand arid 4 of two belonged to the late From the Htgue From General Starembergs iiear Difpofitions being made for opening the aJJ the Troops recehrd Orders to march out of their Ojuur the 25 th for the Places of Rendezvous The Impcrialiftsand Portuguefe were to meet at tSe Dutch and the Patetinsax Mont Marfhal Staremberg the 37tbt at and tkat the Enemys Aim was neither entirely nor had pafbd the fent a De tachment of 2500 under Geneial Toldei to wards which was garrilbnd by only to try what the Enemy would do in that Cafe but at the Approach of the Detachmentthe Garrifon retird to being in the Plain of by 500 who were fent to cover their Our Troops immediately took Pofleffion of the and handled the Inhabitants fomewhat for their conftant and obftinate laveteracy againft their So The ift the feveral Bodies arrivd where the Army was We encampd in a in Form of a before to the Number of 27 Battallions and 18 15 BaVtallions and 6 Imperialists 5 i Battallion and 3 Portuguefe 5 Battallions and Regiment of which makes only oneSquadron Engliflij Slippen oacks and 2 Regiments of eacfc confiftingof 352 Men Drimborns Regiment of of 200 Men Verpoorfs Battallion of Dutch 55 weak Battallions and 8 Palatine The Day arr rivd the fent hither by the Houfe of Commons of Great to examine how the Money for paying their national and hudTroops has been expen The Execution of their will take up a confiderable by Reafon they are to go from hanot to the there to view the Imperial and Spanifh Troops under General which amount to Cbco together with a Regiment of Dragoons and 2 3 weak Spanifh Oar which is to confift of 12 or 14 Cannon of divers is not yet for want of having few enough to fetch eur Bread and The Weather is at hot as has been obfervM here chefe 20 This we receivd 1500 were brought to Barcelona Italy for the ting our We have by Way of of divers Advantages obtaind by Marfhal Villars in The Englifli Forces continue ftill with us but exnccled they will feparace The Spi nurds ;

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