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Post Boy (Newspaper) - August 29, 1710, London, Middlesex KKKK oft With the Freftieft Foreign and From Augufl 29 co Angufl np 1 Aug HE King being gone out of this into the Kingdom of rhe Queen has taken the Aumunftrarion upon hnce the 4th when the took an Oath before the Deputies of in our CathtuVjl to obfervc the Laws ortlie The Lofs of the in and fince the Battle of is com by us 5000 including thole killd or wound ed upon the Field of thole wounded and taken in the and thofc fince taken and killd m leveral ThcHorfethe Duke of Anjou rode having one Leg dot off by a threw that Prince into a Ditch but Come Officers that were near his foon got him out and be has hnce taken Phytick for or Days that he refted at The 3cth our Army broke They marchd into Arragon the ift The they yoffcfsd themfelves of the Bridge of without meeting with any and rook Tis they have contented themfelves with leaving a frrull Detachment to block up the Caftle of in or der to proceed and either oblige the Enemy to break up from or cut off their Communication with the Magazines of Fjaga Letters from the Camp before of the that the Count dAtalaya had invefted Fraga with his Detachment the Letters dated yefterday that our Troops had ta that made 300 and among them 200 Dra and a Prifoners of and found in the place Cloathsfor a GeneralScbo ber being fent wirh 4 Pieces of to attack the Enemy had paGd the and poft fd themfeJves between the Segra and Fraga but we know not wherher to againft our or to rcdie to On the oth Te Deum was fung in our and the Arriliery thrice account of the glorious Victory obtained by the Arms of his Catholick a days neat Almenara The Joy of our Inhabitants was very confpicuous upou that Occafion but the Lofs of the Earl of Rochfort and NafTau is very much The Palatine Colo Spec was likewife killd in that and our Lofs fs than was it appearing that we had nor above 350 Men kiTVd or According to the unanimous of the Enemy mils above 6cro Men tie of Prifoners we took from em is 54 and about 60 Dcferters daily brought hither from whence they that on the at the Duke of Anjous Horfe he received Hurt in his and is frill at It General with a Detachment of ipco forcd the Enemy to the i9th and orh from between Fragaand invefted this laft The Ene my loft ii Pieces of Cannon in theBat tie but our Troops found but 3 of with feveral and Bag From tke Duke f Anjou Camp near The of this King Charles cncampd with his Army at Tamarit de Littera and he has fince extended his Right ro the Cinca His Troops have pofTefsd themfelves of the Bridge of and hid another Bridge of Boars over the Cinca and yefterday we had that they have defaced Men ptr Company in the to attack We learn that having got Foot ing in they have difpersd a Manifefto through that in which they Arragonjaos Arms for locoo if they will come in to promifing to reinftatc them in their ancient and even to grant new to thofe who hall rhe moft readily declare fbr King It being that this will make fome Imprefilon on thofe and imluce them to join with the fome Generals have proposd to march and give the Enemy our Men promife to behave them felves better than in rhe laft fo that we fhall foon fee what the Dnke of Anjou will The Duke of Courland being with his whole 3 Leagues from this is oblind to tarry rill tis finne of his Dorneiliclcs Ins rhe contagious Mean his Highnefs is furnifhd with all manner of from hence and the Czir has fent him Two Tentsfioni each at icooRLxdol On Friday the 8th he likewife a Letter from her Cxariih the as hkewile a Letter from her Hiyhncfi the Pnnccls written with her own in the riignGcrman L which was fo much the more it W4S hT iirft and the that a hne Diamond Ring prelentcd him foi hii y Piinrc Menzikoffs LifeGuards arc gone to wait ujjon tin Duke 6f as his LjffGuaid and 5o wellmounc ed Troopers are fent to meet Aug The Duchefs of Anjou is very uncafie to that lince the Aftion on the ayth ny People murmur openly the Seve ral Pcribns have gons about the JM fince the News of that Action figging fcdirioas a rhe Government Bu the Council have cauid iome of them to be raken King Arrviftus of Poland is this day expected in the of rhs Place according to the arc we fuppole he will tarry 11 or of which are to tranfporr thtf Mufcovite are not yet From th from Madrid 1 the ners nominated to examine tha Affair of rhe de Medina at publifhd ot their upon Account ofrae fome wiio itidQtfriouQy gave rhirfJic waj taken up at an improper anu moft unjuftly aC By that be is among other of having communicated to the all the Negotiations that pafsd between the Crown of France and that of whichvcry much contributed to retard the The Conduct he obfcrvd in 1m makes us prefume he had Accomplices but they ruvc noc yc been able to difcover Friday came in her Ma jeftys Ship for Ycirerday in the Eve the and lailJ hence to This Day faifd the and Med ways wirh the for the Succefs for the and about u MerchantShips for New This Day came the Cal and Li tch fie from 29 On Sunday the Earl the Katharine Yatchr under Convoy of the faild hence for Holland and the St Albans and Rochefrers with y other Men of came to Anchor in The Prelentment of the GrandJury at a General QuarterSeffions in and for rhe Town Liberties of in the County of by Ad the 17th day of before the Riphc Worfcipful the the and other JufUccs of the Peace of the faid the Grand havjng Information given he fore upon of feveral vile and wicked Endeavours of fome evijdifposd by and other cor rupt 4jid to influence and obtain Votes in this againft the next Election for Members ro ferve in out of a of our Duty to our our and this Toun in u nanimoufly exfrefs our urmoft and Abhorrence ofallfuch infamous and aL cminabe Practices pre fentthe as and danoe rousto our moft holy and her Majeftys aufpiciouj Government dcilruftive of prcfent Conftitu and the very Being of Parliaments and tending not only to fubvert the Liberties of rne whole Bri tiih but to down rhe Scorn and Re proach of all good Men upon tiis our which hts hitherto been remarkably firmifor nd u narjimous Adherence to the EluibiMld CHLPCJj of and t tiie Ci and its diftinguilhjng ami uncrrrupr fit Reprefentarive1 in i iji nonour ble Charafter we hope this out i owr and fteddily maisrain and Kr i n lull ever prevail to raint cr And in order in not only djfcounrenance and opprfe iucii wicked Pra but will do our utmoft curro have a1 Pu ties concernd as well Takers u ro
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