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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 9, 1812, London, Middlesex nnt TV Ine livening rolt From Thurfday October to Saturday Odober From tbe Hague HE Earl of Peterborough returnd from in or der to hold a Conference with bts Royal Marftal the Impe jj rial is at prefent in this He has fent General Zurajungen to Vi to gire an Account to that df of Affairs and of the Condition the Imperial Forces From tbe Ctntpof tbe AMes at This Day 2 Squadrohi were fent out to for rage and in a Day or two they are to be fncceeded by a like Detachment of Ca Coflnf Tifly is that be has not yet been in a Condition to travel 5 but as Toon as he Is he intends1 togofor Brfiflels Ib the mean the Hereditary Prince of HeflfeCaffel commands the Troops belonging teethe They write fr6m That the Engliflv that were are faild for Port Mahon 5 and that two Zealand Privateers are arrivd at Cagliafyin with a French Prize of 26 Which wSS bbund froitV Marfeilles to We are advisMffota That thfc RearAdmiral hastikehandfehi Frigate of 24 wjire undcf her Con voy ite XMvitpCourim 1 Stfift Search is divers for boldhigCofirefpdhdehcewrjPh fhe Ene ati Convoy of ProvlHoHSyw6ich is to be Tent in afTHarte to We are taking vp all the idle Perrons and Vagabonds throughout this rrradiJ Ufe of fimptrors The Troops of his Royal Hfghnefs are La tie Kefghbourhotidof Suzj But the German Forces arecornefaorfl the Camp at Chaumonty to two MlesTfrttmTrhts1 where they tinue eftcarhpy or wfie they and our Troops will march into the fariie Wtnter quMceTis they bad bft from Tockay atidOndth in That 6 Imperial Regiments of Horfe are incampd hear to obferve the Motions of the Adherents of Some Letters from Lem befg and other Places tharfome TurkifhBafhaws had formd a Defign f ode liver the King but the they wefe fent to they were Our Military Preparations are greater than ever and our Vliniftfy is without Inter to raife Funds for the Maintenance of 140006 in the Nether Germany and The Imperial which in Abfenceof the Duke of is commanded by General continues incampd near They are making Barracks for Men and Eugene having fent them to keep the till the Campaign is over in The French Infantry continue in the Lines of but mpft of i marching to the Upper Alfacej pthat we are np lorigec under of their the ra vage tbe Country of the Duke of WtrtembergV Abtlraft of Letter from GentletotU dt Gibrth0ttoTii Friend in XHe Gentlemerj who went over id order rejaW with are confe wirt doing any Thing the Alcaid giving7 That if they had a Mind to hare a or fome Body elft go to the King him Captain Arding andCapraln with their Ships Crews that on Coaft of Barbary are put to flavifh Work and I am if Care be not taken in Tjniei that we fhall have a great many Sorite under They have nbw 6Bt tut as yet we donQthearQttrjictt of our wefi iTifo their Hands bound from fend itmay not be and that evefy Commodore with Ms My Lord Lexiogtoji thetd1 of in halfan and was faliited with i lygave Orders for and and bleffeti made the Saturday Morning at 8 a the aoth about io or 12 Leagues to we got by 5 Gentleiriefl afeoar4 are d given vefnors arid Cbmraaridants along the oiir firft mediately fafetdHartouri firft about 4 the fijiftwaftf 3 or 4 without LpftQf 3 Miles beyond
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