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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 25, 1817, London, Middlesex Th� Evening Poft. Numb. 124.5. From Thurfday July 25- to Saturday July 27. 1717 Aug. 2. Since our lad arrived one Mail Prom Holland and nne from Fhnd^rs, From the Hague Courant Hamburg, fitly 27. E have L-tters tram Sweden, which iffure, that the King is now more in-clin'd to Peace thin ever, and pro-poiVs this City for the -Place of Gon-grefs. His fatd Majedy defigns to go fpeedily to Gottemburg, and tarry .there fjme time. 's J From tbi Hague Courant Aug. 4. Hamburg, July 30. The lad Letters from Copenhagen imp rr, that an Exprefs from Norway has brought Advice, rh:u Commodore Tordenskiold has been Cn^ag'd near Stromdrand with the Swedifh Admiral Wilder, and that at the Departure of the Exprefs the two Squadrons were dill firing briskly, Pj that it could not be known which got the better. They had alio receiv'd Intelligence that the Swedes were upon the Point of executing their Enterprize, having got an Army of 40000 Men, with which they will attack the Caille of Frederickfhal. In the mean while, a Detachment is gone towards Jempterland, where 'tis (aid they have forc'd a l'afs, which caufes much Alarm at Dronthem. I hereupon the Danes haften at Copenhagen their Tranfport for Norway, and the Infantry is for the mod part ernbark'd already. The King of Denmark is dill at Goldingen, but defigns to be at Gottorp by the 3d of the next Month. Hague, Aug. 3. The Ciar arnVd lad Night at Am-derdam, General Poniatowsky and Mr. Preis the Swedi/b, Secretary are gone to take a Tour, but 'tis not faid v\ hither. The States Genersl have return'd an Anfwer to the Letter they have receiv'd, by the Hands of Mr. Magis, from the Lleftor of Cologn, upon the Subject of the Affair of Bon. From the Amjierdam Courant, Aug. 4. From the Imperial Camp before Belgrade, July 12. Two Days ago a Detachment was commanded, and all neceffary Difpoiltions made foratta~king a [Redoubt of the Turks upon an lOand on the other fide of the Danube, but Count Mercy, General of the Cavalry, who was to head that Detachment, had no foontr mounted his Horfe, but he was fcii'd with a Fit of Apoplexy, and was forc'd to be carr)'d back to his Tent, having lod both his Hearing and Sight, whereupon that Defign was put erf to another I ime, this Day that General finds himfelf fomewhat better, and 'tis hoped he will recover. The Trenches will be open'd in two or three Days. One of our Parties of 60 Hulfars re-turn'd Yerterday in our Camp, having been out to get Intelligence of the Motions of the Enemy, they brought with them 7 Prifoners, of which two are theAga's. _ Upon Examination the iaid Prifoners have declar'd that Troops which have been brought from beyond Sea are very unwilling to ferve in this War, faying that fince the European Troops have begun it, they ought to bring it to a Conclufion them-felves. On the 9th Trince Maximilian of Heife Caffel arriv'd with his Regiment in the Camp of General Haaben near SetTilin-, where they have alfo begun'a Line of CTrcu'rnvlla'a-tion to cover them, as aifo to lay Bridges over fev.ejal Morales to open a Communication. On the 10th we made a new Line from the Rear of our Right, to the Redoubt which has been raised on the SaVe, and thereby join'd the Works together at that Place. Vienna, July 21. Our Court has Letters from the Ajmy, which import, that Prince Eugene had order'd the chief Eh-genicr to open the. Trenches in the Night betwefen r.he. j 2fh and 13 th. Two of our Men of War which had run/aground near Prpsburg.haye.beet) got off) andareiaii'd to die Army. Seven Regiments have been fent to reinforce the Body Under General Steinvil, who is threatn'd to be atfack'd by 50000 Turks. Tis reported that the Emprefs is with Child again, which occafbns much Joy here. /' Hamburgh, July 30. The French Enyor, Mr.Pouftng is preparing to go to the King of Denmark to endeavour, to fettle a free Correfponderice with Sweden, for which he prp-' pofes the following Expedient, that there may be two Com-miflaries at Elfenore, one French and one Dane, of which the latter Jhall open the Packet in the Prefence of the.other, �0 ihew that there are no particular Letters, and then fealthern up again. The faid Mr. Pouflin having receiv'd frorri the Court of. France, Letters which were brought him by1'his fame Courier, by whom he fent to that Court the laftXetters of Count de la Marque, difpatcfrd them immediately,.to Denmark, but whether they will differ them W be carried ;o Sweden or not, Time will learn us. , \ From tbi Amfterdam Gazette, Aug 3. . Hague, Aug. 1. The States General have appointed Majer" General Grovedein Commandant of Furnes, their Cornnjiila-ry, to inipeft on their part the Demolition of the Waffe of Mardyke, in Concert with thofe of his Brittanick Majefty. Hague, July 30. . Lad Tuefday Mr. Whitworth declar'd to their .Hlftll Migbtineifes the IntentioQ of his Brittaniek Majedy in Relation to the Releafement of Baron de Gortz and Count Gillemborg, fo that we look upon that ArEtir to be as .^ot^d as finifli'd. A Deputation of the Members pf the States bfs beer- fent to wait upon the Marquis de Chateauneuf} arid thank him for his good Offices at the Court of France, in regard to the Affair of Baron de Gortz, andlffcewife tocdn-cert with him and the Britifli plenipotentiary th^ fcrpger Method for the Releafement and =rcturh home oFthefind Baron. ' " j ' � ' Falmouth July 22. Yederday faird;the Elixabelb, Capt. Kitfon, from Virginia, for London, having on board the invalid Soldiers lately disbanded here. Briflol, July 24. Yederday arriv'd here the Mary, Ge*. French Mader, from Jamaica. * Fortfmoutb, July 25. Yefterday arriv'd here the Aoibrofe, Capt. Clarke, from Carolina. . . . 1 u� Veal, July 25. The outward bound are-all fail'd to the Weftward, except the Royal Prince and the Sarah, bothftfr the South Seas, and the Leedes, Cap>t. Wilkinfon tor Cadii.
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