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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 17, 1710, London, Middlesex MMMM With the Frelheft Foreign and Domcfticl From October to Odobcr On On Holland w bi aught N the the Dukes of Burgundy and Berry are to fct with feveral ot our prin cipal for to take the Diverfion of Hunting for Ibme with the Eleftor of in the Woods of Tracy and St Within thefe three feveral more Waggon Loads of Silver have arrivd here from Raifm of the 36 new Battalions formerly is carryd on with all pofTible Diligence and the Vagabonds are taken by Force out of the Since the Arrival ot the Letters from of the thofe from Pampe lunaof the and thofe from Bayonne of the inth we benin to entertain more Hopes of the Affairs of Spam than formerly thofe Advices that the Duke of Anjous Army was reinforced with a great Number ot Troops from and by feveral Regiments trom Litre rnadura fo that it already confiftcd of above i6co Men That the Duke de Vendofme arrived the fth a ftort League from upon the River 1 which he defignd to pis the next Day That Charles s Army nurfud its March along the winch was of the hbhcft Importance to the m the Tranipor tation of their Baggage but that they could not yet pene trate into the true Defign of the Allies tho it was behev J thev would endeavour to march thro to the of Forrage was fo fcatce in our that the Cvalry was but in a Dad Condition but as it was not plenty in that of the we flatter that the Want of will very much incommode them in their March The Duke de Noailles having given rhe King an Account of the Pofture of Affairs in is again let out for that to acquaint the Duke of Anjou and has Adherents with the Kings Intentions From the Gawp before 13 At the Attack on the fideof we have carryd on one of our Saps into the Place of Arms of the Salliant Angk before the Ra velin mdour other Saps are advancd along the Coun within a few Paces of the We have likewife finilhM Two new fmall to flank the Co verd and ruin the Enemys On the tide of Sr our Works have been fomewhat retarded by the great flill fall in thefe have or Five Bridges over the nrlT between the Angle of the Baftion of and that of the Ravelin which covers the Gate of The Sluices which the Enemy broke at during the and the PafTage of the Lys the Boats with Ammunition and Piovifions now come up that River to the Camp and we are fending away the heavielt of our Field pieces to be put on the Roads in this Country being after fo much for Car N S The Dake of Anjov is in a great March of King Charles along the Tcrus to join the fearing that the Allies will pofieisthemfelves of and other Places and fo o pci a free Communication from Portugal ro Madrid there b t j receive their Succours with greater and not be W fend them in Tranfports up the Yefday Lieutenant Cadogan communicated to our Copy of a Letter winch Prince Eugene lately reccivd from that Segovia and crher Places in the had declai d icr Charles Hae Oft N Tis that ViceAdmiral Pie rcrfonis tocommand the Men of War of this State that are mearin to fail for the We fee here an exafo Lift of the Duke of Anjou sLofs in the Battle of Sara eofla by which it that he had about 4100 kill d upon the Spot CommonSoldiers taken or come ove to Kini Officers wounded and 6T withPieces of 62 Tides thofe ihot in and 8 Among the Slain were the Count dArco and Monfieur Lieu tenantsGeneral and among the Wounded and 4 and 30 Letters V m Spain by the way of that the Duke of Amou accompanyd bv the Duke de fet out rKe Ath to out at the Head of his which was at Salatejgb and that King Charles was marchd with his to join the The outvrardbound TufkyFleet is arrivd here from the tis will fail tomor if Wind holds The Forces in the I lie of Wight were all embaikd by Saturday Night Yetlerday Morning Sir Simon Harcourt had the Seals to as at Hampton and Sirhdwaid is made her jellys Atccr neyGeneral in his The lame Sir William Sir Richard Sir George and John Me Four Members chofen for this went by the Dire of the new to know when Her Majefty would be waited unon rheir And She has appointed nexr Moiiirg On Rigjir ononrable the Earl of Berke ley had the ilnour to kih the Queens her having been pleas d to appoint LordLiturcnant of the City and County of and City of and Lord Foreft of We have Advice from that the Tralous Lord mentiond in rur lall to be at the Head of the at the late Hlecrion having given very sbufive Language to a Reveiend came to vote for Mr Cretwell and Acton j worthy Member of a neighbouring Lo si lu relented the Indignity ofFerd to a Cler rax he declard himfelf ready to vindicate him with but the Noble Lord prudently wav d for frar the Ch a rafter of a Fighting Man might injure him amongft his Friends of the Sober in his of i wn cmn ii iict our tfi er EHidley Richard Thomas Arthur Godfrey John of Eji Thomas Efa tm On the the Election of came and flood as follows Webb 67 Pearce The Hrn Rob Efo of the i S i j The Two rirft declard duly The Poll for Sir Francis 597 Henry Efc Penfent 374 Coward 368 at On Wednefday tlieifrh en the for Knights ot the Shire fotliJ County where yoir Vote and Inteveit is deUicc f i Simeon the Iliuitrious HotiLnf The Klefiion for hc n y of came October the 7th Canciidates John and John Jjhn a to the Church T The rwu rormer j scing alliited by a Noble Peer the lartcr iia Cour Five hurxkid and rhvcc loir havirg uo one to ioin Irs double Votes doing no S On TucTday is appointed the of Klniehts rf the Shire toinvc tor rhe Councy uf Freeholders arc dehrcd ro gi to Chcimsford to give their frr SirRxhaid the only McmiuT OIT nr the ferved in Parliament forth r deter Jed me Rig s of the Commons of auc vofed the ai ot a nian at tlc Bar ot the Houtc ot JAdobs famous for fetring of R anH very ulcful tor and or a Hoari j sa he has fold many tor is he now feiis he me or by his own hand a she fore 5 and any Pcrfon them for a nor hnding them anfwer them back at the fhill hive theiv Money agtinTu be had onJy ai behind the I
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