Evening Post, November 4, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 4, 1812, London, Middlesex fTTM Tl ihe Isvemng Pom From Twefday November to Thurftfay November Yefterday arrivd One Mail from and 1 this Morning Two from Front tbe Paris H E MarJbal de ViHars has put ftrong Garrifons into the Places conquerd by this and has orderd great Magazines to be laid up in as alfo at Arras where the was made Ufe of inthe Siege of is arrivd The Ar tillery which fervd in the Reduttion of carryd to The aforefaid Mar with the Sieur Engineer in went to vifit the two laft mentiond where he or dered new Fortificariofls to be and where Men are at work in repairing Breaches after which he fet eut forthe French They write That a Party of that an Excuffiori they made on the Side of met with a Detachment of jfhe Enemys thatguardeda confirferable Num ber of Equipages belonging to Our Men made made themfclves Matters of the and took fe deral of the the Lofs of only one Mao and 12 The Lord Lexington is expected here to Morrow having been magnificently Treated in an fhe Places through which Letters of the the Camp before That the Trenches were opend and far advancd the 4th at without the Lofs of one Man killed or woun The Works were carried oh the following during two ParaHeU were the lajter whereof warfinifhd the yth other fmcc the beginning of tbe Siegei than of a Lieutenant ofFoot and a Sergeant and 4Soldjejs They were bufyd in which are toconfift of 32 Cannon and 16 arid they were to begin to fire the The reft of rbe Army IB Catalonia was to pafs the Segia the and from whence the Enemy were re Prince TfcicUs de Tilly having recehd IntelK That a Palatine Regiment of H or which had een reducd to 150 were in a Place beyond Ccr madea Deachmert to carry them notwith ftanding the greac He marcbM wirh fuch Di that he anivd there brfore furrouaded and the he took the whok Regi giving them tane to prepare for their We are advisd from That a contifting of the Enemys regular VolutKeers and had ported themfelves upon he whence fhey made Excurfions into the of Arragon and Navarre Bu fomeSpanith Troops j iynd by5 a coniiderable Number of Volunteers in purfud them a greac The Englilh Forces having feparated from the Confederate are retirfl to Villa Franci de between Tarragona and BarcelonaY wfeere they expeft a to take The Portugueie are likewife preparing to ietnra to Poc From tbe ftttrJem NoviiQi This the the Eleirors and Princes of the at the Houfe of Count the who is ffiortly to go with Prface for Utrecht Tit his Highoefs to be at Vienna tlfe Beginning of the next Yefterday Prince the From tte The Pearly 4 Zeahad Privateer It turnd with a fteach return manded by Captain the Crew of an which was talced That the into Smirnay by the and that the Centurion6aUey comiag from the Levant with Cortf and SJlkj the Captain ind 70 of the Crew being Viemtt Prince Eogene ehelaftoi this Coaot his Lifei U ofp Thae thd Plague rages again in that and hai gjflnto the a greatiFirc in whicfr together withaq extrl ordinary ifjas a confiderabhj ir v From tie futykment to tbe dafterdtm Days Sort of Adveniore at La abont A young Son of being arrivd there With a pompous Equipagejgave cut to the King of Denmarki ihaihe was there becaufe the Kinghis Fathett bid him to come into Others fayi pretefldeil to be Son of rhe late He found Meant troduce himfejf to a Daughter of otfe of babitairtsof La whom The Father eonfulted his who propofing to make himfelf a grearMan perfvaded the other to clap it up asfoonaspoflb ble which was accordingly But fome Days a who pretended to and dlfcoveid the and berng informd of theBiidi and and We expedtthpfe the wil have a Melaitt by Reafon he did not tKati the FormalitiescnjoyaJ by the Council of T ;

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