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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 18, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday to Tnefday Oftober Yefterday arrjvd One Mail from from the Paris are aolvUd from that our Army continues jri their for mer Pottealong the where they are well fupplied with Provi fions and The Eogiifii Troops are marchd towards Tar to imbafk very fpeedily j and General Staremberg having a is retird to the Mountains about The Tumults continue which has retarded the Departure of the We are likewife that the In habitants of that City having heard of the withdrawing of the En girth killd fome Officers and Soldiers that who happend to be at They write from that the Bay hiv jng ordcrd 4000 Horfe advance to la Fuente de Los marchd with the and paffing the Caya and the 224 of Septem within Half a League of having by this March and the Difpofltions be had made given the Enemy Occafion to he defignd to befiege that Place He approachd to take a View of with fome Officers and after Jie returod to his where he lay till the The deceivM by thefe worked hard in repairing the Fortifications of apdfcnt into Battallions from Cajnpo Major But the 28th at Break of he marchd with the whole and before invefted the laft Meaa the Ene to make a attackd the Town of Carra in the Kingdom of Leon But the Garrifoa re pulsd them with great Bravery and killd them 409 Don Domingo Lieutenant General baftened thi ther with the Troops he commands in thofe of which the Portuguefe having retird with fuoh that the Detachment of which par fud them with all poffible could not overtake their from rbe Amfteriam We are preparing here a new Convoy of Proviiions and Ammunition tobefentto The Garrifon of is by the Siege and Diftempers to 507 Men in Condition to do was condoled Veftefdayto Way to Oar Lofs during the 4 or 500 Meo kilPd MarfhafVillars has been here thele 2 pays His Army is marching into Winter tho ia the mean fome Preparations are ftil made at Ipres but tis not Fort Knocke or for another 26Count here 2 Days this the de of Savoys is to go to tbe Court Tie nager has been likewife and continues From the Supplement Atajlertfm aft Meflieprs die and of Ratification of they cated it to the We are inforjnd parture of the of Sweijen is of the Polifbl with whom t concert for the fafe Letters his SwedjffiLk tng to continue all Bar tl 300 Waggons that had been fent that the Ottoman Port will break with They and Staro The Winter ar tie Kp panyd by all the as well tor himfclf as for i the Succeffion his Majefty has agreed i King fame at and bis King grantes Secretary to his tt tie Countries toand tries are to be yernment of tfis M for 15 aDPerfonsnd trading in thofe on Pain of C li pf thjofe Cpodjtjons H is pe Sorts of dize of the tp forevcrrtle Proprie faSures which foall cauCeto WZ tj i 9 ftyj
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