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London Post Boy (Newspaper) - November 22, 1701, London, Middlesex From featurttap November zi. to 'EueOap November z?. 1701. nant General, lent on the ssd of this Month 1 r French Rexns, Nivtmber i6*> Battallions into Rhinberg, Keyferfwaerr, Nuis and Kempen; the fame day the Marquifede Varennes fenc THE CaptainofDragcrens that permitted Prince to Bonn 12 Battallions and eight Squadrons, and the Ragotzi to efcape is imprisoned. They Marquils 8e Montrevil Lieutenant General entred the write from Buda, That the Regiment of City and Cittadel of Liege with other Treopt. The Huf&trs of Ebergenz broke uppn the Sth Princefs whom the Dutchefs of Lorrain xvas lately Intrant for Ittly, being in all lioo Men. 'Tis faid brought to Bed of, is dead. The Duke d' Harcourt that Count Teckeley, with his Princefs and Family, is arrajed here, but willhave great difficulty to recover have been banifhed by the Grand Seignior to Nicome- his long Sickneis, he continuing frill very weak. dieninAfia. We hear the Auxiliary Troops of Den- Undm, farf. ay. Members of Parliament Cho- maik are already advanced as far as Tirol. Some Dr> fen: For Windfor, the Right Honourable John Lord meftickj belonging ro Prince Lewis of Baden��arrived Fitzhardingand Richard Topham Efq ;'for Agmonde- herc, and his Highnefs is fuddenly txpeSed. 'Tis ftam, the R^ght Honourable William Lord Ci:eyne faid that the King of England has promifed to rein- Vifcount Newhaveri, and Colonel Drake; for the force the Emperor's Array in Italy with 30000 Eng- Town of Buckingham, Sir Richard Temple nnd Sir life, and Dutch. . . Edmund Denton, Baronets; for the Borough of Great CtUgn, Nrv. ay. Two days ago we teceived Advice Marlow, Sir James Etheredge Knight, and Jumss Chafe ?er Exprefs, That the French and Spaniards took on Efq; for SandwJJich, Sir James OxendSn Baronet and 'uefday laft pofleffion of the City and Cittadel of Sir Henry Furneze Knight r for the Borough of Guil- Liege, by OfdeT of our EleSor, and next day they put ford, Morgan Randyland Denzil Onflow Efq>; for the $ Companies to Zons, three Regimenrs.10 Nuys, 3 *� "Borough of Somhwaik, CharlesCox and Johr. Cholrn- Keylerfwaert, and 3 to Rhinberg. Yefterday another ley Efqs; for the Borough of New Shoreham, Charles Exprefs arrived with an Account, that 4000 French Sergifon and Nathaniel Gould lEfqs ; for tatter, Men, who have been for fome days at Lommerlhein, Matthew Aylmor and......Papillion fiau'itef, For were marching into Bonn, in order to take pofleffional- Corfcaftle, Richard Founds and John Bar, b Bfa/- for fo of that place,'upon which the Magiftrates and Bedford, William Spencer, and-.......TCJtrw". fqs; Chapter Aflembled, and fent Exprefles to the Elector for Malborough, John JefRrits and Robert Yar4 Efqs; ^alirine, and the Hague. The Country People retire for Crickkde, Charles Fox and Edmund Dunch Elqsj hiffaet with their Effecrs, about a 000 Carrs and Wag.' far Wooten Baflet, Henry St. John and Thomas Jacobs gons being arrived here Yefterd ay; in the meantime Efqs ; for Taunton, Sir Franpis .Wan and Edward the Guards of Burghers, as well as Soldiers, are dour Clark Efq �, for Northampton, Chriftopher Mcmfcigo* bled, and particular notice is taken of �U Strangers, and Thomas Andrews Efqs; for the Borough of Read- Onr Eleftor has acquainted our Magiftrates, that he ing, Anthony BJaJ&grave, and____.. Vachell �iqsj will lodge fome Companies of his Troops atDeutz, forrheBorough ofMidhurft, Jehn Lewkener andLaw- over againft this City on the other fide of the rence Alcock Efqt; for the Borough of Wallingford, Rhine. _ William Jennings and Thomas Randa Efqs; for Arun- Liige, Ntv.j6. Yefterday the Commanding French del, John Cook andKerry Weeks Efqjy for Steyning, Sir Oncers in this City fent to acquaint our Magiftrates, Robert Fagg, Bar. and Charles Goreing Efq; for Hor- that they muft prepare Quarters for 16*000 Men, viz. fljam, Henry Yates and John Wicker, Efq;' for Blech- 11000 Foot and 5.000 Horfe, 9000 of which are alrea- ingly* Sir Edward Grefham and John Ward Efq ; for dy here in Garrifon. A French Girrilon isalfo expeS- Andover, John Smith and Francis Shepherd Efq ; for ed at Huy. Lewis, Thomas PeJham and Henry Pelham Efqs; Hague, Nov. 18. The Garrifon of Maeftricht is to be His Majefty has been pleafed to make the Righc, reinforced to lacoo Men, and the Burghers are order- Honourable the Earl of'Radnor Lord Warden, of the ed to provide themlelves with Provifions for fome Stanneryfin Coruwal, in the room of the late Earl of rime. 6000 French and Spanilh.Horfe are Ordered to Bath decaafed. march from Namur to Guelderland. The French are 'Tis faid that the Count de Chateuu-Regmulc is to fendingPontons, Artillery, &c. to the Country of fail to Placentia in Newfoundland, where h� is to meet Cologn. The Duke of Wolfembu&el is going to aug- Monfieur Coetlqgon, who is to Ciinvoy to Cadiz the meoi his Troops to 16000, and the Duke of Sax Go- Spanilh Plate Fleet expected there from New Spain, tha his to 12000. The Earl of Marlborough Embarks The Right Honourable the Earl ofRivers is made for England the firft fair Wind. _ Lord Lieutenant of Lancafliire, and Governour of Paris, Nay. 30. The King goes this day to Marly, Leverpool Cattle, in the room of the late Earl of Mac where he dc/igns to Hay 10. days. Our Letters from clesfield deceafed. our Army jn Italy dated the auh of this Month fay, Tjfcey write from Plimouth, That a Ship is arri- That they were arrived at Lovignano, but had much ved there from the Weft-Indies, the Mafler reports, difficulty to reach that place because of the bad Roads; That he law a Squadron of Men of War about. 5 the fame day tha Artillery feparatcd from them, and Leagues from his Ship, 500 Leagues from the were fent to Cremona, there being but 15 Pieces left Lands End ftanding Weft ward, which we fuppofe to jfi the Camp; the Marfhal Cattinat is alfo gone'tbither, be the Squadron Under the Command of.Rear Admiral in order to be Cured of the Wound he lately received. Bembpw. Count Tede, who is Encamped on the fide of Goito, Whereas it haj been falfly reported, That Hugh has fent Advice to the Mar&al de Villeroy, that he Smithfon Efq ; does not Standfor Knight of the Shire has taken between Pifquiere and Verona one of the forMiddlelex: This is to let the Free-holders know, Enemies Convoys of 1500 Sacks of Corn, and 4000 That he does Stand, and joins with Warwick Lake Spades, and other Inirruments for throwing up the Efq ; as he did at the laft Election, andthne is great Ground, all which he threw into the .River. We appeajarije that they will be Chofen again, have now certain Advice due Count Coignies Lieute* Th�
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