Post Boy London Middlesex, July 18, 1710

Post Boy London Middlesex

July 18, 1710

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Issue date: Friday, July 18, 1710

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Tuesday, June 3, 1710

Next edition: Sunday, July 20, 1710

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Post Boy (Newspaper) - July 18, 1710, London, Middlesex With the Freflieft Foreign and From July 18 to July 1710 OK Tuefday yelhraay cnrr in One from r Oni from Holland brought July I HE Two NTuncios in Concert make a great Noife about the violent Proceedings ot this againft the Cardinal de Bouillon They do not only declare void and ail that is done againft but a Dean ot the Sacred College is by no means accountable to any Secu lar They have lent Word to the AttorneyGe that by hn too great OiTicioufnefs in this he if he does not take incur the Greater Excom Thsfc frighten him no more than they do rhe Chamber of which con in a fair Way ro tall under the like The Timorous and Bigots arc nev errhclcfs that the Court of Rome will pr ceed to the like Extremities againft as this Court is c me to againft that Mean the Nuncios appear at where Men oufly avoid fpeakin ro them about this of Peace feems every Day to go backwards inftead of tor wards The King cannor perfuade to acquicfcc with every Thing tue Alies mfift upon and fo is rather inclind to break off rhc and recal his Plenipo than continue t The Advantages ob taind by rhe Duke r A a in rf which ourCourt makes fuch a amount r vrrv The Taking of Calaf by the Irifh General is no otherwife conli than for i uc of which were found The Excurfi ns winch were made into the Plain of were of no long Duration the Troops be ing obligd ro retire fatter than they Tis the Campagne on that fide is at an They had that King Charles was already arrivd at Barcelona from To avoid all T he returnd home by the way of rhe The French Troops are difpersd upon thcfe of Djuphincand to obferve the Enemys They can in 14 Hours Time The Duke rf Berwick ThattheEne my feem ro cbferve the Conduct as they did I a ft They have even fent a geat Detachment into rhe Valley of to pals the Mount calld Petit and march that wav Tis not the Duke of Savoy will make the this Year he being ill of a Diftemper that reigns in July S An Exprefs is arrivd from Spain to the Duke dAIba but we know not what he Some Advices as if the Reinforcement of Con federate Troops which lately atVado for Oulr had landed upon the Cnft of in order to in vade that and fo make a Tis that the Duke ot Army is for want cf Tor rage and fome ir had already repaiYd when the laft Alices away At this rhat Princes which was to Live been fo has pro duced nothing better the Plundering a Vilhrje in Catalonia which we to will be fcieh re vengd by the The Duke de Xcailles been obligd to fenj considerable Detachments to for fear of the Enemys on that s with his Handfj rf rhe Cannon of The Duke of Savoy will nor take the I ield Burgundv reccivd that hi whc of rhc Befiegers pofteri rhemfjves on the Digue which they have begun to make Preparations for draining rhe Inundation Jjiy S They hat a whih wajarnvd there n Da5 rrom d bcught trur itaremocrg havin Deei e rroctd he ti a lately landed at Tciragona Ia was Dike uid marclid Awards with to cake rhr and rhat levcrai Parties were il ready Amgcn in King Lerrcis rVrner and Genera Scaremserg hii Monlun which we wiiTi may be cn lame fubtlc tj r j f thele are entirely j rha to rr there wJl DC farther Negotiation between turner explain really and as ner aGcrtrjydcnberg have c and needs have or rhc High escmg invited to an the rage read to by tnc YIDU dc Minilteri having u 01 was and c r been conceited ehand the r and being p to r r he Deputies ut jic the ot incc lj Tnar s as r n nid in a Letter w LT I i rt M 1 he y thcAv ii j do j hc Iulicn were jrand writing a to rhe French to to heir he rererrd cm whar Vnnder Lullcn vvec chargd to let cm rics let with sr Twj in the bjr Gentlemen 2 t i leave a Pace n w rer Name in their rhan that the rage ufy in drawing A it icund ro tiuching the Pipages that happend with them at Geitrnvde u rather their b the rhst d n their double either or Z d be me Cajfe what ic havv tjfft ThcuUnd Dale M os not having the Publick Govd m it Heart i j Melixurs Buvs i i e that tor An s Buys and he Aaivrdcpolig S s or in the L Hear 5 rxttiw no et t as net havng made mt Reports arri and poor Inv y and icriirious and jr ut tne Subjects 01 G Cjt Britain them sgaiiiil heir Govern a Vvu i bur Ivor toacriier witi he A t whle the Treacher Tricks and July This Mcrn the arrivd here the Mm and at thev pu Letters frcm Madrid Advice frcm of 3 D low j by a Tumult between the Garnlcn rants That rhe Ergliih were pofted Sti and the Dutch and with trie this t ate the Mids o re is made cp Thj e her Ten of Gsrtruy Journey ro That t tie was mar d out with 2 Tlie Duchefs of Royal wbo has been very ill of the is much better Ycfterday the receivd a Courier from rhe Duke of Berwick who brnushr no marerul gcjd or bad fceinn c rrrr wrh Jrv or Sorrow upon ir been extreitelv to ut our of rhe Cc cf te Ue fee the Mirquis de Toi v rr ing whirher Bur A II Orders to the Je V thf Allies of which wc fha The King has lonois to agree about iUti Picardy Tis rhat the En for ge Djforder S On rhe 1 n regretted by a XobLneii of d to jjij Gi iet y c is icw rhc Truth in a d e of the Fou well s thole of emy are fjt n be thev threaten A ire and t Jd D v On 2 e i g to Tuefday laft farther pr of Ar ro Sir and Id for fore Bethure With thefe Conquefts will cur off Ipres From k V j the g been without at General Fagels near the Arras Gare Ac General Shuylembc gs before chsCJat Price Two Trenches were a Parallel Thr not havi anJ Communication were N Impirtul njrkabic in proper to be up with rhe Trvii of A and tic Method of placing Accnunr of what pafsa r the lall Seifun of Cvcerni The Lilt ot che e MrrSt r ct rhac were for and agamfi itfelf The LordiPiweiK The thu The Colltaiorfof Ali pi mtcd ad bj near ;

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