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   Lloyds Evening Post And British Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 3, 1758, London, Middlesex                                Vol, II,] S EVENING POST* AND - S" H � Chronicle.-     �� >  To-be..continued every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. .Jg?;  From' MOND A Y, Ap.ril 3, to W E D N ESDAY, Apiul 5, 1758. Fraw tf* LosDOH Gazette... Extrail of a letter frhiH the Hague, March 3,1'. ^^S�Q<^^ETTERS of theiSthinft. ii-.-^w. from! Pr. Ferdinand's bead Sjjjjj$jj|" quarters at Vrekenhorft in the country of Munfter, bring- the following  accounts j- Tkat'.tbe enemy bad been forced, by his Highnefs's march to SaiTen-the town of Miiiifcery and were actually retreating, with expedition, towards tne Rhine,' in three columns -/That- the troops from HefTe composed the left column ; that M. -de Clexmdnt wa"s in the midole one, .which came from Paderbonu an&M. deViJIe-raar in that upon the right, which cainecuioT , Munfter; and that the Buc.de Bcpglio was the leaft advanced of-the whole: That the Prince of Holftein was detached with a jsr.ge body of . horfe^and foot to puriu'e the enemy, and td-unV . his tftmbft'^endeavojlrs to break in upon tjtem* That the country of Hefle was & {Jfefent eya-1 cuated: That the enemy had left ^tPaderborn ;a,n bofpital of, saore than 800, menriand iefe , confiderable ones at Lipfradt and Monger: And that in all thefe places had been fodnd quanti-t'.es of proviiion and forage, ['thus far Cassette;') Since our laft Arr'vutd a Mfiilfroih-Flanders. Brejlaii, March 9. The day before yefterdav, at feven in the morning, the J�ing of Pruffia fet out from this City, aScompiniedbyJiis brother Prince Ferdinand, Prince Maurice of Anhalt Defl'au, Prince Eugene of Wjttemberg, and fe veral Generals; but it is not yet known what rout they have taken.   The Ladies of Prince Ferdinand and of. the Prince .of Wirfemberg, likewife fet out the fame day.for. Berlin.   The Hereditary Prince of Heffe-Cairel, who arrived , here .-/cite: day, fet out this morning- to go to join his Majefiy.  . ' IVarfav}, March ii.TheMagiftrates'of Elbing . having remonftrated to General Fefme'r how linwiillng they were to receive Ruffian' troops into their city, this General ient theni the following anfwer: " Gentlemen, . ?' I can make.no other anfwer to .your, letter of the 27th of February, than that I find it ne-eeffary to acquaint you,- that the orders of her Imperial Majefiy are pofitive to keep a certain number of her troops in the cities of Elbing and Thorn, in cafe reafons of.war require it, as may-appear by the exprefs wqrd's of the Maiufeftb lately made public by her Majefty's orders. .1 therefore commanded Lieutenant General Soltj-koff to execute the Orders of 'my augiift'Soye-reign, whence you may fee that it does not depend on me to acauiefce' to your demand. However, I hereby give you the ftrongeft njf-fura'riccs, that the entry of the Imperial troops.' fhall not be attended with the leaft incoirveni-'- ency," either "for"the' city or garfifbri: bri' t�e contrary, a real' advantage will accrue to your eity, by tlie.ftrichiefs of diiciplme which I mail take care to have obferved, and by the confump-tjon of .the feveral commodities the Imperial troops may have.occafion for. Befides, the common intereft of the'King and the Republic of Poland, her Imperial Majelty's Allies, require the taking of tbisftep; fo that, far from au-_mitting'the leaft icruple in. this refpeft, you by good authority, and is a.s follows : That under the command of Marfhal Count Daun, new aflfembled at Trautenau, confided in the beg-n*-. ning of this month of 45 companies of Grenadiers, 64.. battalions, j8 companies of Carabineers, and 104. fquadrons, belides feveral regiments of Hullars aud Cioats, The corps of Marfhal L'ount.Bathiani:s army will be coropqfed of companies of Grenadjeriy'.jo battalions, 12 companies of Carabifieers, and a^fquadronsj exclufive of a great number ofijaaflars an.d Croats; the general- rendezvous of this corps, will be nearX-ommotau. A third'corps to.bjr affembled near Troppa'u, and deftined to: aa with a corps of Ruffians, will confift of fiveconi-panies of Grenadiers, eight battalion5jfourconj-panies of Carabineers, and 1.4. fquadro.w, exclu-live of Hufjfars, Croats, and^Saxroln i  .to jja,0ir arrays ia Bohemist.  The evening. fejfor?/steie hundrJe^s . of recruits-feom Hurfgary took tife Cune-roi^�oi Jrancjirf,'.. Marsh �'^^WIISh^^ Deu*-Pbrit^ after having been at thje!3j^ , but within-thefe few days has thrown un^uv abundance of land.    ' * ' t �r/^&,Ato.r*#5.(Toflac&Mw;ihal Befleifle_ at the he*ad of all that relates to jurjny^ wasT, one of the beft things ever gon.ebyj-^'1 flvoidd rather regard the Iinperiat troops as yqui own. i*H6pe then you will confeut tq a thing' equally reajbnable and advantageous' to both I Courts, as 'it alfo tends in fo great a degree to your own utility; aridl'or wliich I'again reite-1 rate to .you. my exhortations." ' "' j After, this anfwer Major General Stoffel entered Eibing.yfith fome hundred of the Ruffian troops. " " ' iJaatzick, March 15. The Ruffians have ex-tended tlienllelves fo far along the Viftula', that they occupy the Ferftenwerder, aftd as fkr as to the difb-ia.of this City. Genebl Ferrrfer is daily expected here. As the bridges.over the fmall Rivers are not ilrorig enough to cany the -heavy artillery, tne-finfCaus^re obliged to build bridges for that purpofe WW the iilbiiiffand * Tite "JiMftan alTny thaft& uporf t he botdafs of the Viftula at prefent cotdifts of 60,000 "Men, mdft of whom have already paffed that River. We are informed by travellers.arrived from Polandi that Prince Maurice of Anhalt Defl'au is cantoned on the frontiers of this Kingdom, nearLpfhoandFrauftadr,witiian army of 24,060 men,' and that he was preparing to advance towards the Ruffians. ' , '." Drefden, March iS. General Haddick's corps is ft ill in motion in our neighbourhood, which indicates ibme defigrt againit this capital. Drefden, March 20. A great number of recruits and, waggons laden, with pontoons and ovens, were lately feht frem hence for Silelia. Prince Lubomirfki lias entered info thePruffian -.ferviceand engagedtoraifein Poland a regiment of huflars,' whereof 800 are already arrived at Brefiau. Wearealfured that io,oooPolifhhorfes have been fent to the l^ruflian army Letters from Warfaw. advife, that M. Low, Secretary of the Cabinet, was arrefted and hur-Kried'away in a coach and fix; but it is not ' known to what place, nor for what crime Stettin, March 20, Letters from-Warlaw in     _ ,     �  ..   . _ foffnu3, that M. Benpit, Secretary to the Em- \ France. ' W*^.^C^V'^y1;i^freiSl^.^}�t bafRr front the Court of Prufiia, had prefented j.this. had Veen done; fooner. MatSiaV" to CountBranicki, Qrand General of t!is Crown, I'b'eefi aiming.at ^h'e: ppfj;- jne nbw'ijblds theje^ot Vitfcript in behalf of the King his Mafter, gon- Jl'J -t-'X^'ataaj&.i ^-ceived in the following exnfels teriris, '"'Tliat afffbefh as'arty'Rufliait troops mould'march'thro' yetiir ;,lle^ad;4any:.d1fEcul fliis great'man^^w^jfili^ Poland towards. Silefia, h'is *vlaiefty woal^'tjenf^b�|&kU�'|Cfe^m$nth^,'^ 9Q^>$l^e4'�r8ne1 -ig^edto fend info that kingdom;1 an army, of J^Tvf i ni Iter. H^hi^f^Q.dejn.t CwnJebWenj^a-6 0,606 men','' and to treat :in a' hdftile mann^f' ed Xsfe tnp^r'eacS, woyld notliave; appefr^in thfeRepublick, which'hitherto was his ancient .the'dep>|^bK^{^d'to'Jyh^ch'^jJMi^e ai'fge-tiiifii-": "'  "'. '".-' 'I'ferit Tedu,ced; b^lh'eT^'t.e of arinj."Bologger � -'Itaijjion-, Mardrit. Thcftate of the armies of j Sg^hHd^he'monfli'oi^ecemliefj^^ the Houfeof Auftria was co'nmuriicated>to is jhimfelf in the Council to the fbu'owmg'effb*^ [Price two-pence half-ptnny.]   

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