Evening Post, November 29, 1712

Evening Post

November 29, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, November 29, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, November 27, 1712

Next edition: Friday, December 2, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 29, 1812, London, Middlesex The From Saturday November Decembe cur liitt trrivd one Mail from HoSMLani one from From the Htgue Cowtntt Prim tbe Army of the Allies at H E Sth of I Dutch Admiral his Squadron from Admiral Jennings with came before that The fame Day Bti gadier who commands Che Englifh notifyd Count that by Prince Tfetclaj re ceiVd Ordersfrom the when Court of That theCcflatjonipf by Sea and between Franca and England beingpro longed from the 20th of Auguft for 4 he fhouJd leparate from the Army Troops confiftiog off Battatiions and i Regiment of Ife Way taken to convey thefe Orders to the Brigadiers se some Days before a Tcuihpeter from ifbe Enemyfci FishfcMaegial QKtr witb fonie other Mfriftge oi Whether of or whether ne let fall Words that gave Occafion to examine him he was queHkind whether he had anyother Letters about him and he ownd that he trotted with andtber which being demandedaaf was found to btfdirefied ra tbe cauutoiding Englijh The Tnimpaer was threatnfcdiwith the for bringing Letters for any other Commarrfer inChiefi to whom according tothe ftutesof Letters gpght to be direfled and by him only Whertfare the Field Marfoal Tear thte Lerter to Prince Tfcrolas de wroteio tbengto General jboatiL be tetter nftpttmtcdiaitb At HdCuftmtof tltunta upon tbe Freneb otbemife ibot At Marftal being informed of e d ier might fend a R with the ing the FJeldMarftaJiBefelifl Generals and chief 5ffii fares for the Some Hoars neral Konihgfeck difjatchedttO an vcyed and erenbylie tilh who in hadifomuchC Her ic in a propers the la Bay to Baxeelonal with and he retarnea Wthe A late the March of Jus IB i FieldMarftal had feat a Lieuteoant tfie RieldMarfloli Englifli Batcalwaof Elliot flit gonaiietiufe theEigjatAita hfg Jiimfelfi that thtfJ BeaftrJboult Prince TferdjsiJjetornesd a buc he madeufe of Notice by a another He caufed a Subaltern Officer of aa trifh Regiment to Defert withufecond him to conceal deliver it toaitmeibttc the Engiifb did i the Prince in ihis Letter biamy of relaforce bwiaraj marchtjot that tbe faitf Order Officer of any Thing from bifljfiffcjl That the fjfid Officers of his Regiments ther he fh uld Trnd any one Pttnce rhe the The grease itint ueajfiT ir limit vut igafrfl Alt the Clintons of WV Letters fom tbe Ktikcui cgmmunicntifg tajbs tranfported longing to Stare 16 be with i ;