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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 16, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Pof Numb From Tuefday December to Thurfday December Since our lift Arrivd One Mail from and Tbree from From the Paris He Cortez continues to and fince they appiovd of the Re feveral Affairs relating to the Publick have been before The Army in and that of Portugal are feparated and marchdinto Winter Letters from of the Army in Caralonia is like wife goneinto WinterQuarters Part of the Troops are put into the ttrong Places and principal Pofts in Arrar to prevent the Excurfions of the Volnntiers and 6co whereof furprizd in the and tbok by the fmall Town of which is not ftrong killd or made Prifoners the confifting of 140 but cculd not make themfelves Matters ofthe which fires upon them with greac Some Troops are orderM ao attack and difperfe if they do not quickly They That 6co Miquelers having enteid the Kingdom of Valcntia to were intirely fo that hardly 30 of them More Troops are expefted in to join thofe that are by Order of the of to raife the Blockade of Gironne The Convoy put into that by Count confifted chiefly of 60 Oxen and 5co Sheep Another more confiderable is getting ready for the fame The French Academy will on the 25th of beftdw the Prize of Eloquence and Poetry The Subjeft for Eloquence That God con founds the Projefts of the according to thofe Words of the Song of the bit Ted He btsftatterd the Fraud in the Imagination of tbeir own The Subject for Poetry Tbe glorious of the Rings loft Cam paign in They write from the 29th That the Commandant of that Place having rsceivd that 500 of the Enemy were marchd out of Philipsburg for fent 100 Horfe and 150 Grauadiers to lye in Ambufh for them Twenty Horfe being fent the Germans dcfpifing their purfud them to the where they were furrounded and intirely Their 2 Lieutenants and r6o Soldiers were made befides manykiDd Our Lofs was only o Granadiers wounded and 2 Troopers We are advisd from the 4th that 50 Men of that having met with 60 of the Garrifon of marching towards totally routed in which we had only 5 Men Another Parly from Maubeuge has carryd off 60 Horfes from the Neighbourhood ef From the Harlem We are tnat the French are ftill refolvd to undertake fometbingagainft whereupon the Prince of HoJfteinBeek has given all the neceffary Orders to oppofe them all the Garrifoos are commanded to hold thtmfelvts in Readineft for a fpeedy from the Antwerp The Earl of Orrery arrivd from Holland la ft in the Evening and having lodgd at our fct out next under the Difcharge of our From tte Leiden 2 A Congrefs is to aflemble at the Minifters of the Emperor and of all the Princes of the Upper and Lower Circle of Saxony Moft of the who were at the Court of are already gone to Brunfwick and we hear it will be prdposd in this to put art End to the Troubles in the by declaring Waif againft any of the Potentates who IhaD rejeft equitable Propofals of Prince Eugene arrivd and in the bis Highnefs bad a long Audience of the touching the prefentPofture of From the AmSerdam The Cortez continues to aflemble thrice a to deliberate on feveral and par ticularly about enafiing a fundamental whereby all Females hall be excluded the Succeflion to the long as there foall be any Heirs never g re The King prefles the fpeedy paffingcf this Law3 and has already got it to be approvd by all the Parisy We are advwd from the of Berwick is arrivd with the Troops from amounting to 39 Battallions and 41 Squa drons j and that they were making Zifppfitions for tbeic March to whither 36800 Quintals of Oats are already Tent and 20000 of with 5oo Mules laden with other Provifions great Preparations are making for the March of tbe aforcfaid From tbe Bniffels Two Pays the Aumont fct out for to imbark for The Propofals brought over by the of Stafford are now under Debate ac the Hague and io the Provinces j and we hear that the Provinces of Utrecht and Friezt the 3 Quarters of Gelderland and the City of Am fterdam are inclind to the Peace But we muft wait for the general which the State will form from the particular Sentiments of the They write from That the of Straffbrd returnd there the 2oth from and thataa Exprefs was arrivd from with feme further A8s
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