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Post Boy (Newspaper) - April 6, 1710, London, Middlesex feumb 13 With the Freftieft Foreign and From April tn April arrivJ One Mail from Holland which brought March RIVATE Letters from Rome Tbac when the Cardinal de la TremoilJe noriryd the Birth of the young Duke of Anjou to the he a Letter from the French King to his full of dutiful and obliging Expref wherein his Aloft Chriftian Majefty he hasno Redfon to te offended with the Holy for acknowledging King Charles becaufe by his Holinefss Recognition he that it is done without Prejudice to the Rights of the Duke of Anjou his He with defiring the that fie would be pleasd to receive the Pretended Prince of Wales at inaf much as he fhall be obliged to fend him out of his King to procure Peace for bis Our Doge is ill of the April Tho the Marefchal dHarcourt has fent all his Domefticks to we do not yet when he himfelf will fer out for We have lately fent a good Quantity of rich Wine to for the Ufe of the Elector of who is to tarry there the whole They write from that the Departure of the Duke of Anjou for continued fixd for the 4th inftant and that in thebeginning of a considerable which is fitting out in the feveral of will fail for the The Re view of the French and Swifs Guards which was CO have been is put off till to They wrire from thrat the genera Review of our Troops which where in be made to wards the latter end 9f the next Week and that the Country about Douay is laid under by way of Mon fieur Albergotti is gone Poft from to command that The other Governours of our Frontier are likewifcfet our for their rhe Marquis de Liftenois to the Marquis de Goes briant the Count de VilJars to where the oewWorks palifadedj Monfieur de Vieuxpont to and the Marquis dAubarede to The Clergy have already furnilLd Monfieur Des Marets with 4 Millions of and promisd him to pay in the together with the before Letters from VerfaiHes that there are already in the Kings Treafury above Milhons to begin the Campagne Two ays the Magiftrates of this City went in a Body M upon the AfTcmblv of the thank em for t if area Supplies they have granted the towards car ry ing on There is nothing talkd of at pre but the great Preparations every where to ren der the approaching at as bloody as any of the our Courtiers are obfervd be in a more than ordinary Ferment Several Orders rave been fent to Alftce and our Toops on that fide muft ready to pa is rhe general Review by the I5th or i5rh Tis not vet whether our Forces quar rcrd upan the Saar and the will this ia Gocnany or the The King has given out for r to fervc in his Ma iiftys in the room 6f thofe who were killd in the la ft Tis the Marefchal dc Villars is to command in Chief our Army in the this Part of our Troops are difposd along rhe but at fo little that they may foon be drawn if rhe Enemy think fit to attack Juft pow an Exprefs from our Plenipotentiaries in went thro this Place for April Laft Night Monfieur Gelder arrivd reviewd our Garrifon this and7 Battalions are to march out on Monday ro proceed with the Imperialists to the Place of The French are marching moft of their Troops towards Valen to guard the Lines of La Cmfederffe a Laft the Garrifon of Louvain came to and this Day arrivd The Garrifon of and the Troops the other together with the Dutch we likewifc This After Bread waj diftribcted ro all the Troops for Four Days and tomorrow tee ftiall break in order to march Army be fbrmd by the loth between that Place and April Two days the and Hanoverian Troops marchd out hence for the Camp of near Letters from Namur that all the reft of the Duke of Anjous Regiments had Oiders to march for the aoth inftant at which the Officers are very much and the Soldiers take all Opporrunies of April Yelterday our Foot before other Troops marchd thro en campd at This being Horie followd and compoie an Army of 50000 which are actually on full March to be this Night at and from thence they will purfue their March to in order to go towards to incamp between that and on fomc Ground near Or according to the general will bo the Rendezvous of the Confederate to attack the Enemys or undertake fuch a as fliall be thought moft important and convenient for the They write from tne Enemys That the Maref cha dArtagnan is forming 3 considerable Camps for the Se curity of the French Lines the firft near La the fe cund under and the third near April i j On Saturday the Exprefs which their HighMightinefTes towards the latter end or February to and thence to returnd hither with the agreeable that the Regency of Sweden had accepted the Neutrality proposd by their in their Refolution of the d 0f the fame and thereupon fent Orders by him the Swedifh Envoy to fubfcribe the faid Envoy receivd Orders and at the fame to treat with the Miaifters of the Allies about the Swedifh Troops in entring into the Service of the he went immediately to the Grand to whom he imparted his Or and gave him to that the Allies might have thofe Troops upon very eafy Mean we do not yet that any Refolution has been taken by the Allies about that tho thofe Troops were for merly offered them by the Regency of By rhe Ex prefs we have that notwithftan ding the great Joy they had conceivd at upon the Victory gauVd by their Army in they were yet in great Trouble and Dirfrefi for the Time ro thro the great Want of which was felt all the Kingdom Add to that there had been a kind of Sedition in upon their endeavouring to force the Peafants ro go to Schonen But after the News of that it was happily aud the Authors of the Mutiny were fled to irnprafticable CrrcularLer ters had been fent to all Parrs of the to convene the States at to eleft a Chief to preftde in the during the fatal Abfence of rhe King of who feems not to have entice Liberty to depart the Terri tories of the Ottoman A of 46 is arrivd in the having brought from Gotrem burgthe fifigKfh CommirTaryrefiding who is goingto England with a certain The Arri val of the EvpreCs from Stockholm was quickly by that of Prince Eugene of who alfo arrivd here on Saturday juft before in rhe that Prince fet out with the qf Marlboroughv for CO reach Antwerp this if the Wind provd faic They hid a Conference with the Grand before they about the Affair we are rather recoils thafn Befides the rich Prefent which Eugene receivd of the of he likewife obraind of that that his Troops fhall remain in which is a great Satisfaction to the Mini nifters of who earneftly defird The other Troops of that Prince are advanced Our Army will now be formd in few 4ays and we hope to hear great News from em before this prefent Month at an end the Allies having bypjufhing limy Operations t6oTVge tne French King to think fomewhar1 more tbart hitherto he has April Yefterday faild from this about ICT Sail of laden Colliers without April YefterdaV faild hence her Majeftys Ship the Lively to the with j Sail of
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