Evening Post, November 1, 1712

Evening Post

November 01, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, November 1, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, October 30, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evenini from Saturday Noyerpber to Tuefday i arrhd ens Mill from From ttf Hippt HE Earl of Peterborough arlrivM here laft and having taken frefh immedi ately his Journey but to what we cannot tho fome pretend to affure that his Excellency is going fo The Duke ofjArgile is under the Difcharge of the Cannon from our and tbofe of our Ivien of War and by our chief and receivd with be His Excellency defigns in a few to direftly to Port Mahon nQt to From the AmftertUm i Some Letters that another Ambaffador tromCerirrarffinopleisiBpafl the Roadto in order totrefide here during the ting of the approaching The Army ef thfifCrowc is marching to the tot fupport that was fent to oppofe the Palatint frhois endeavouring to excite that Peopfe from the Utrlem Courfat 0ft 18 Don Thomas de BurgOj traordinary of the Chevalier de to their and tignifyd ta that Advice be ing come ofrhc Lord Lexingtons Arrival at he thereupon had taken down the Arms of which he bad fet up over his The aforefdid who is expefted here to has written a Letter to their thanking them tione him in all the whirh his Lbjrdfbip The King has puWithd forbidriingrall by Lpf ters or withtheCouit of His Majtfty Ms receivJ a by the of that althothe Army ia Catalonia is than tbat of yet they continue in without paflingthe in order to oblige the Germans to quit and raife the Blockade of Gironne i Heteopon tJoiuicTs immediatdy to de with Otders for his repafling that Tis dircoursd that the Archdutcbefs was the joth ajid that fee has proniiid to fend ftrong Reinforcement to and that they hll be included in the if the uke Letters uf the cjtthy from of is eca tinud and that our Works vancd within a Piftollhot of che without of more than 4 fo that the Satrifon muft fpcesiily if the Raias do not prevent 5 Letters from Spain Lord Lexington niade very SiprV fojiry to expefiing the Return of fent to The Troptfs D to which has tbis don the Blockade of had fpent all their Bread and the laft The the 0th and on the a fjrts of Provifions entered Th1 above 360 Soldiers left 5p l 1500 haying n and his Dutchefs from this Mace Tn 8 made him tha poteatiaries yg J VgAa rJ In fcns ed Bjftop fe not Be four thfone Ptfi tary by Land1 atid xlf Franceand 5jain on gal on jaV weffin r lij si if if IhQutd ed oY cfeii Vu wy any the ;

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