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Post Boy (Newspaper) - July 25, 1710, London, Middlesex IIII the Freftieft Foreign and From July to July On July to our Lcrrers from the Duke of An ou s At U was Itill in the fame Camp and the without having made any d to rctiench thcinfelves in vvhcic they futicrd much which was incicas fmce the taking of the laft and of where they had laid up Stoic of Corn and The Duke of Anjou having rcceivd that they had fent a De tachment into County ot Ribigorca under the Com mand of jcneral fent the Regiment of Dragoons of Marimont that and thole ot Dragoons which are come from the in oidcr to torm a Body with the Troops which uerc on that lide and the de who is gone to 1 he i ft the Count uc Bouchoven marchd at the Head of a Detachment of with Pieces ot Can to attack three Leagues from the which was the only Place in the which had relusd to return to the Duke ot Anjous becaufc it was the Retreat of the There was a pretty ot thclc in rhe with molt ot which betook themlelves to as foon as the Anjoas Troops They were iu uriskly that we took o1 kilid and couk icveral and among the dangeroully The Place was to and let on Fire tor an Example he nttie which was its principal De being tirit blown As Forrrage began to grow Icarce in the Uukc of Anjou had rcfolvd to go to tiom winch he might continue to ftreightcn the i Don Melcln r de Colonel of the old Renment of o has been made a in CoaUdcration of his Divers Letters from Andaluiia 01 that there has been a great 1 umult at between the Liiglifh and the and o ther which compolc me thcfe Trur they were not tho1 the tngliili wcic nd that thcV had even come to Blows That and the hud poftcd themlelves on the ot the Moiiatjin and the Lnlifti awards the Gate of the Upon this the Goverrjour ot had lent fome Companies thole which aie obferve the Event Opportunity coun of this A inioii ucn to Ly in 19 Uiciudieis ether to join t and in the in order to of and ro tike Advantage of ii id offer bur we expect a more ample Ac The Enemys Tioops ftin defcrt ient 3 o the other X the Duke of viv s i and tirt ae d lie is pi cvci u bit bo h i c Iri uf cm dclcricd by the Ferrers Tiiin That r yet entire v i id of his 1 ever i wii ic a long while before The Itill a Oiar were much Count Taun left Ti the without having been for his HijhnelVs to confer with the Duke jbour ot tlie was arrivd at to wait thcie tlie Arrival of the which was to at tiie and march the next Day into Mojntans lie ficnci had about 6 or on tic ii Ic of and to make an Ir ruption i TO rir Valley of and burn rhe tiic Contedeiares at Demont tor which tic Imperu LirurciipntGencral Zumjun cen had Old o to with S and reinforce rlic Coivicl who three Pruf llan e ro ru join te Body com ma ided y jencral V reft of the Troops of that rioa were a arnv d at the and One fmpcrial Regiment ot Dia01 is iad approachd to be at hand in cafe of AfarlboroughV his Graces Secre went fuk to atrtnded by fome Perfons of Nor i and Grace has given ftrift Orders to his Phyfi to urc trir rrmcft Skill and in order ro recover i iii my Lord Duke went to view the and fund they were entrenching tliemfelvej from the Source of the Scarpe to the Source of the Cam Aug According to our Jaft from rhe the Marefchal ck Villais made all the Shew he poflibJy could of Attempting the Relief of Bcchune and that for tViis our had our a Field of fiom the Right at Magnicour near one of the Sources of the which runs to where they are flank d by the ro rhe Left at Villars au at the Source of the which rans to Towards the Center they have likewife llveral which render this a very advantageous the Army can be joind in few Hours by the Flying Camp near Lens for tis believd thcie will be no Count SiuzeadoifTarrivisg here the 3oth from the the next day a Confe rence held about the Rcfufal of rhe Swedes to rbleivt the Aft of Neutrality concluded here rhe ift of March Far from their Troops in Pomerania are upon the cine of Marching either tor Saxony or It is even the King of Sweden after have the Alliance of the Ottamon Porte agiinft Mufcovites feeing it is to they that the Depofition of the Prime is owing Neither had this but for his peaceable Temper as appears by the cf a Perfon of a turbulent and warlike in rhe orhers room a Son of the famous u ho reducd the Illand of Candy under the Obedience of rhe would be no gieat did we noc that all is done by Agreement with the CourC of France And this is fjpposd to be the only why they have fo abruptly and dishonourably bioke off Negotiations of Mean High Allies de fign abfolutely to put a Stop to the Troubles which the Swedes in or may endeavour to ex For this a Conference was held about that A flair on Tuefday laft as was another the next ro the Envoy of Sweden was Therein that Mi ifter boggled at die Acceptation of the Neutrality Rjv vt4 tho1 the and King Auguftus have gercioully accepted He That as decs no i n that but upon Conditions diladvanrageouf ro Sweden this laft cannot fufTVi her Hands to be and to be diia blcd from defending while Denmark is at Liberty td undertake what e He was deflr d to Governourof ro keep bck the Troops that are in but he ihtly refusd undrr pretence he was not eril to intermeddle in that the Conference which was held in Count proper and Meafures were concerted the f ift who mail offer to infringe the Act of They are for this about a Body of i 5 or to on the Party attackd Squadrons and Battalions whereof ro be furniQYd bv llveral Princes of the Empire coo Horfe by his Imperial and u Battalions by GreatBritain and this July This day my Lord Bifhop came tc this Place in perfcft Health at his rirft entring into this he was met by fome Hundreds of and which increasd all along the Road and about a from this the tiigh Clergy and Freeholders in pui of aRcfolution to that purpcfe being above onHorfe and in their bcfidcs great Multitudes on receivd i wit and the Henry Efcj in tle of the Gentlemen 1 and Dr Sub Dean of the the Name of the in very affdctionate Speeches his Lordfrip hea ry Thankj for the iircnt Services he had Jone Crurci Kinirdcm the laftScffion of to wlvcli IMS Ip pleasd to make Anfu Ji in oblisiiiig Tei j lpr whst he had done was no than the Duty and Charafter and ut he would to preferve tlie Good they iu and the of Ar J rrjyps ming near the the Icveral I their rh the UnderSlici ana his left s Coaches anrl in rnd 1 men in their retirnd their o IiisLordfhip after arredea I fhip to his where they were the Cellars being o all re the
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