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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 14, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From Tuefday to Thurfday From the rarit from the Ctmf before H E Marfhal de after the Outworks of Quenoy were Batteries to be raisd with all Dili gence on to play on the Body of the They began to fire the jd with fo much that next Day at 2 a in the there wanted but 100 Cannon to make the Breach and an Hours Work to finifh the Bridge over the The Befieged not daring to expofe thcmfelves to an which they were not in a Condition to having al ready loft a great Number of beat the and fent out Deputies 10 demandan honourable The Marfhal That they muit Surren der at and return him an Anfwer within an which they did He afterwards gran That the Soldiers Ihould keep their and theOfficers their with the Baggage and Equi page they bad the greateft Part having been fent to Alons before the Several of the Officers had like wife Liberty given on their to fettle their Affairs for 6 The Battalions of French Guards which were then in the took Poffcffion of a fiate the fame the Garrifon marchd to the Number of 1500 able to bear betides 500 fick and This Garrifon compleats the Number of 40 Battalions killd or made fince the 24th of Inthe Place were found 116 heavy a great Number of others of a middling and finall betwixt 4 and 500000 weight of considerable Quantities of Granados great and and Provifions of all the whole valud at above 3 This Artil lery is carried to whence Part of ic will be fent to the Siege of which is inverted by Count Tools for breaking up Ground are likewife fent and 2000 Bombs are ordered that Way from Fafcines being hard to be got about that Marlhal ViUars has taken Care to fend jbem thither by all the Cans and be longing to the He has likewife bad the Precau tion for eafing the to imployin that which the Marquis dAllegre is to 40 which had not fervd inthe Sieges of Doway and Que and which are to be drawn out of the neighbouring whither others arc to be fent in their Bouchain is well provided wirh Provilions and Ammuni tion and the Garrifon confifts of 1000 in 4 Bat which feveral Soldiers have already The Army will tiFl the Siege is in this where we hall not want having been during the with all Sorts of Pro The King has given the Government of Quenoy to the Sieur de Ingineer in Fran the Amfardam Yefterday our Burghers being over and ratifyd the 52 Articles of the Ca or which is to be fent ately to to have the Emperors By Virtue of the Imperial which has been fo long in this being at an the Troops of the Circle of Lower are to march out hence in a fhort This among other difiblves Che Companies for catching of and lays that Trade open to all our As the Term of 15 Days granted to this by the Danilh to give to cbe of expires this our giftrates have fent a Deputation to demand a little more Time but Hagendoom excufiog himfelf from plying with their the Minifters of Great Sri Brunfwick and Wolfenbnttel went to General Scholtens to perfwade him to fu tpend the A8s of Hoftility till the End of this The General making that he wasobligd to ex ecute the Orders of his the our cy intend to fend another Deputation to to The Pretenfions of the King of Denmark coniift of all of them relating to fpme agre ed to have been done here to the Subjefts of his Damfft Majefty In the mean Danes are incampM within Sight of this and the who keep Guard on are reinforcd by a frefh Compa The Garrifon of which was obligd to form a is tranfpotted to the other Side ofthe in order to be fent to From tbe AmfterAan General Scholtcn has enlargd the Term prefcribd to this for giving Satisfaftion to the King his to 3 Days The King of Denmark demands 4 and our City offers Tis probable we fhall come tofome Compoiitlon by to From tbe Suppktnnt to tbe Amfterdum xt Marfhal Harcourt having left the Array in and gone to drink the Waters of tis believd the Campaign on that Side as well as that in from whence the Dukeflf isfhortly expettedat notwithstanding cis ftill he is to command the Army in Tbe Kjngs Letter to Cardinal Notifiesf ordering Te Peujn for the Taking SJudgdit of for the Security ofthe that the Reduction of Doway hould be foil j cbac of of which tie Eaemy made t
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