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Post Boy (Newspaper) - September 21, 1710, London, Middlesex 1397 L L L T With the Freindt Foreign and From r September to September 170 This the following Proclamation was refolvd on in Bj a For DiiTolving this prelent and Declaring the Speedy Calling of ermit It They f That Duke of Anjou nor thinking the DLC de e cure at nor in any ether paic of J him to be tranfuorted to the or I s General Opinion thct Altaiis in Ke At moll People u ih they be caufe that would infallLiy the to iv S The Earl is dill nor is it bcJiev d he will fct lie received to fome Letters that lie has written to the COLIC ol N They write fiom the har 90 French Horfc anced to fail upon the of Wirtcmberg s of weis t ta ken The di V Fucfday the jixth Day f September End arriv 1 erters of Sep Our c l mtn r Cod On Thin fday n Enemys of the Srii to leave that Cry next id derate Trojps approjchd the that for the future no Letters Irom br by ehe way of Pans ro rhe S The of our are bufy in fending a Convey of thither rep tnat upon rhe Arnval of a Letter from Advice was come tha the fee out from the oth made his Entry into iliac the ith anj reccivd with all poiliblc Demonitracions ot the Nobility as from the Camp On the a Detachment about 1000 Horfe orne with j Defign to beat up the Qujitr fome or our Genera Or fleers of the at the Village of on fide the Lys but die Guard which coverd the a the Picket winch came time enough to their ceivd ea fo thai killing above brought off 210 Pnibners e H without i Live M isrorrune 1 Had te Misfortune f be of the Number of thofe happened to our Crivjy up appears i the Battle of I lhall efs than was ve vcu the of that fa prcfcrvM wei c rakei i Jt tal cnly teii that Starembei pave memy my 1 General Km where he may arrive in or 6 days arrivd within or leagues ot but in to S ot the Confederate march to w quis de Bay rctird into avd t1 h was hkewife advancing in i uh e wcie in rreat Pain for lie Ihcud u is turnd all ot a A Marquis de Bay to retire at the Foot of the ot vrhere hcsin want of every tuni Our i left at Ghent and of the ther d f owder above ni oft oft vtral of the loot bout 6 I this Ga i be Re O at rhc icu r bur In s ojiid VIC rncamp at Gra Ciogolios to rhe Miniflers of the he will cauk the Tn ops to oblige on ide to keep theI icld rhc to keep their lioop uj 1 tiers ot i eir e of A i i e to on the lidc the fo ood M lews pa th Jt ue the PviUeiit on the we cnrryd with very little tir lent uc a Body to fufiam Nur e t were then at wii Voluntiers but as paiVd under ti e I ire c jics and thCreate erher killd or wounded k a r t and are now making the to Redoubt oi the on the ot e are lcdjd on on the and advncd within Paes II S SirRrl err AmulTadrr of theJQueen ot Great a thence rhth of That the new Grand Viir was al ready deposd that Azem BTaw of Narolia was nomina ted to luccecd him in that hiih Poff and that in the Seals of the Empire were given to Soimn Ba faw Lieutenant of the He that rhe Otto man had refolvdf neve to be very the King of and ro lend him foithwithac Jxdol We have by an the jo i ot the entire Rout of the of Anious Army near Sa the which is fo much the more to ths in that we aie aiTurd rhe Battle was fought pmcly in Obedience to King Charless Orders and upon without the Advice of the that Prince The Enen t of it on the at with 4 Wi cut Men Veccivd them fo that they were obbjVI retire without any dead on the At Venant they the Lodgments ou the Avant n to fill it Frojn Pans A Cojiicrrrom Spain that fince the wiien the of Anou arrivd at he had been hufy m f rnpin jng the Army with and n it ira Troops Hefentawav a of ad been left ar nd March o or chat it was high time ro go thin ditch uith the W i v Te Dukes de Vendofmc and with lie let ont I ith for Spain but the Trocps will not bj able to march till they have rcfied tome The Duke of Anjou IV r the 9th with his whole for The Grandees profniid tofjpllow believd will not do Mean if they fhould noc follow we look upon Spain as loft v a Orde u Men tiom arid which was executed with all pofiible The Counol of Sevd cfferd him and n Jalua has v fenred him with 30 H Ihreen or taken out of replace wherein there was but la within i Leagues of the Dukenf and Son to the ofCaftile He imparted that that he did not pietend nv ro thither fox the Difpatch of but wruTe Health and Qircumftances would all others from v taking he Xir
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