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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 2, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday December 2 to Thurfday December from the Hague l from General M HE 5 Englifh Eattallions and one Regiment of which fc parated from the ijth of arrivd after 3 Days at Si on the between Barce lona and Affoon as they left we marchd to a new on the Right of Cerveraj where we incampd the i8th Our which ftill confifts oi z8 incampd in 2 on the rifing with the Right Wing to the and the Cavalry being 35 in in a Valley behind the This Camp is pretty advantagious and tho the Enemy is more having 46 BattaUions and 68 yet we do not expeft they will attack but rather attempt to break into the Plain of to oblige us to Lieutenant General Wctzcl continues in the with i BattaUions and 16 keeping Gironne clofely blockd Many of the Ene mys Troopers defcrt to us with their and that they are in great Want of The Count General of the went for under Pretence of tho we are affurd it was to confer with the Englifh and regulate the March of bis which we will fhortly be tranfported to in which our Army wiD be diminifiid one good Battallion more and 10 The ift of Oftober the Enemy fird 3 Rounds for the Surrender of Doway and we receivd that the of Berwick had detachd BattaUions and Tome Squadrons from Dauphiny for and that he is to come and command the Army Thefaid Detachment is to thei2th or in the The 2 Englifh Men of War faild from to fetch the Argyle from Thoulon and a Man of War arrivd from with Letters for the Englilh and for the Court and General The a Captain of our Volunteers came to our Head with an Ac that he with 150 Horfe and the like Number of Foot attacked between Fraga aid one of rhe Enemys going with from Fraga to and took 300 Mules and 100 with 2 Captains and about 80 The fame Advice came from General who commands the Miquclets and Volunteers in the Mountains on the that 300 Volunteers being attackd in a by300 of the Enemys Horfe and 300 and biing driven to the were joynd there by fome of their with whofe Aliiftance they repulsd th killing the Collonel who com manded and taking 3 Captains with above 100 very few of the reft The an Krfjiih Man of War from arrivd af Bar with Oiders for the Engliflj twas that the begqin to fell their difcontlnud that Prafticc J and this occafiond abundance The faid Troops are fince marchd from to MataroVnear Barcelona and the Englidi Jquadron ftHd the Port The the pafsd the Segra at aud iacampd near that pThe fame Contrecour was fent with 400 Horfe and the like Number or to poft himfelf near and oppofe the Enfmy if any of their Detachments tould attempt an Ifrnpnoa into the Plain of The Army maichd to Termes the the hood of on this Side of Balague to where their Head Qiu their Campiuns in two faid River betwixt They appearing how to Mre no Defign on the the Plain of Gei trecour is rsturnd to our Camp and we are RetrencbmeBton an to cover the our Right Wing a HorTe and another of Footare the Head of our to obferre Mptibris who are only Hours Marcfi from 26 Pieces Cannon with That Part of the Battalliofjs are arrivd on the Frontier e the Lampour ViennJtf The Plague is at and at Brucke LeagufisCoi this City for which Reafonall Commerce and Communication is forbiddenwith and fome Troops are fentto that Froni T guard tne Pafiages The CommUnicatioa Oedenburg and Vienna is indeed kept Pafferigers who came from thence hither are pblijged tf produce Certificates of their having toadfr there 40 andthat they not Tis fome Comfort that the Air is not infefledj but that the Contagionhas hitherto been by Perfons who have bad the Peftilential Coi Ferences at Frlnce Houfe upon Ocafion of this and it lias ved that if it ftill fpread the routs Court jhafl remove to that of the Dowager Eleonora to and that of the Dowager Emelia to One of Minivers Years of faid lately in That he Vienna in the Time of tie the but in all his Life he never faw To difmara Junfiure as now for when the Plague and the obliged the Leopold to depart wasjneither deftitnte of Fnends nor of Iffuelylalej but at and Refources are in a Manner afl wantirig at that he could not look forward to the thefc but wHhgreac Anxiety and
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