Evening Post, November 11, 1712

Evening Post

November 11, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, November 11, 1712

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Tuesday, November 8, 1712

Next edition: Sunday, November 13, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 11, 1812, London, Middlesex nni fi fL The Efiifc y f f ff ir j From Toefday November 11 to eftenfay ariivM Two Mails from Flanders and One tiom tbtiftrii November HE Lord Mirffter el arriyd the accompanyd by the of who having met him a Mile out of iCMdufted to a Honfe preparM Tor him by the Kings The fame be had pri ate Audience of their Majefties The fotJowiqg he mag nificently treated at the and went fo lodge in a whkh be has hir OnJthe afordaid arrivd from the Divan of Algiers t but with what Commiffion is not yet made publiek He is lodgd in the Monaftery of la The Advice came of the Reduction of for which the King orderM fe Dem to be fupg and there were Bonfires and Illuminations for z The a Council was held to examine the Powers of the Deputies of the who are come to affift at the Cortex and they were found to be valid But the the States are is not yet fixd Letters from the Siege of Campo Major that pn the they to batter the Place from 3 Batr teries confifting of 24 Pieces of Cannon and 11 for throwing of Royal Granados and The in the the Befiegtd made a Sally with 16 Companies of Granadeersand 400 other With Defign to nail np the but were repulsd with fuch that they were obligM to retire in great that the Retreat of Part of cut off and they loft about zoo wounded or made The the laft Parallel 6 Toifes from the CoverM and a Breach was made in the Body of the Place But our Generals dif covering a ftronglnrrenchment behind twas thought they would be obliged to nndermine in order to our Mens which wiB prolong the We are advisd from the that next the Kings Army was to finifli their paffing in order to draw near to Cervera and Agramont That at the iame Don Prancifco d Arragon advancing from toward toob the Etftmy more to oblige General Sta who was weakend by the Departure of the Englifh and to recal the Troops heias m the and to giveLiberty to Count Fiennei toput into Gironnei a which was to be ready the at on the 5 or 6 Miles Midi The Lord Lexington was on the by Hioft of cur Graodecs and 8 of them dind with his Ex The King has appointed the Marquis de tor his to confer TiBi feemd tohave who is weaknd by ttos and to Battfe ftrongly ffoftpd himfelf near Montblafl niards cinnot attack i him without eat The Zeitz iitemrnd ftow and has given an Accouat w ofrthe of Negoiiattoilwith kept very Grand is and and that fcveral j held for that betwixt hblrtjoifters and tbOfe atorefaid the Prioee of Cobalt the wfaiefcOeea and out au Oath of Fidelity to bisPrnfittit We are adviid from that is feme of hw TwopslroiBi1 ferd that the Optains being ordetd to by the laft of our incredible Letters from been taken on U j der taiacatfd Spaniards Major were rcpuKedjWith o much dUcouraged that the aotl r aftam and the Siege to march failto morrow for wieli the The1 Sufpenfion of Forces of and ThU Day wrtyd Green it which place Baker readyitpftitvfef tWrd of and We hate our which 9m ;