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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 18, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday September to Saturday September 1711 Yefterday arrivd One Mali from from the Hague from the Camp of the Allies at E have now receivd the Confirma that the Enemy opend the Trenches before on the i8th at imploying in that 8 Men out of every Com fupported by 12 They formd 3 on the o ther Side of the where the Allies made one neat the Gate of the beforeCambray fcfid the 3d between They have fince formd a which wiD be the near the Gate of the Ivoy has planted all the heavy Artil on the Coverd Way j and Dtferters the at the opening of the had about 1500 killd or The aforefaid Cannon have fince done them a great Deal of by Scouring the Trenches the Befieged play upon from 30 Mortars at fo that the Soldiers cannot be kept in the and deferfby whole In the mean Time the Befiegers have been working thefc 2 on 3 and to mount 2 of if not all with in order to batcer fome of the They have placd a or 3 between Landrecy and to cover their who are making Famines in the Wood of We hear that Villars has publickly that he willfo ply the continual that they will be com pePd to furrendef in 8 Days Time On the other the Governor gives that he will cut him out for 6 and make him pay dear for the Laft the Sieur de Luxemburg was In order to block up Bouchain we having till prcfervd our Communication with that He carryd off all the Cattel thereabouts and fentthem to His Troops are pofted near Hapre and and 3 Brigades of Foot and fame Horfe were fent him from the Enemys Left Wirg and thefe are to encamp on the Side of Marquette and and were this reinforcd by more fo that they DOW amount in to 15 Battallions and n and the Place is blockd up on all The Defignofche Enemy is to begin this to bom bard that to batter down the and after wards by a clofe to oblige the to de liver it for Wantof Our Parties have within thtfe few brought into our Abund ance of Prifoners and Horfes from the who are exceedingly itreightned in collecting hard knowing where to get Our Righc Wing returnd Yefterday with grejt Quantities of very good Forrage but we are to go a Way for This Day the Ducch Cavalry weLt lent out for the fame End and fome of them are to go within 9 Miles of which falls heavy on the Horfes But tis fome Satisfaction to that the Enemy fuffer much more than from the Hague The Enemy make their Approaches to Quenoy by the Sap and propofe to employ 60 non and 40 Mortars and Hauwitzers agaiaft the The Enemy have not yet begun to bombard Bouchain but are drawing a Line from Marcbienne ro the with Redoubts on it at proper by Means of which they pretend to cut off that Garrifon frorn afl Supplies of Provifions during the Matr ftal de Villars has faid in his that he will feparate his Army the 15th of and fend Troops Winter from the Camp at This our Qiiar terrnatters tis to mark out a new in order to ttrcighten the who are obligd to fetch all their Forrage from betwixt the Sambre and the In mean we that Marlhal ViHars fent for the Support of his fome with Orders to eficamp oa the Glacis of Maubenge and at the fame another Detachment to get fonae Foiragc from Berje On the 22d at the Enemy ereited tery againft the Gate of Valenciennes but the Garrifoo of by their inceffant Fire difmonnted the fame j fo that the Befiegers will foon in Condition to batter the They have not yet begun to bom bard Bouchain but it they will draw a from Marchiennes fo the to prevent thac Garri fons receiving during the from tie Paris The ift of this Month an ary Courier brought the Newsof the Sufpenfion jf Arms concluded for four Months between and It was Yefteiday proclaimed in this City at theufual with the caftomary Solemnities and great Rejoycings and we are affured that a from England will foon arrive at this ad vifed from Saragofla and that the Army continues in the fame Difpofnion along the The Enemys Army Army is encampd in the Neigh bourhood of whence General Staremberg gone in with the Count de who commands the being fent for thither thofe who govern in the Name of the for what Caufe is not Some becaufe there are Commotions at the Archdnrchefs very prcfling to be gone without waiting the Arrival the Archdutchefs wlio is to her Others pretend that on Account of the glifb and Portugutfc Troops whojn their Principals hive Letters frera GrencSble oftheiath Infant rhat the Dcrke of was marched3 by the YaUey oi towards with 36 Bat tajlions
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