Saturday, October 18, 1710

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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 18, 1710, London, Middlesex 487 Poftfcript to the Morning arnvd here One Oftend and One Hoi land which brought the following Ocloler OAT the the Dukes of Burgundy and Kerry are to jet withfeveral of cur principal for ro rjke the Di ef Hunting jor Jome with the Eltilorof in the Wooat of Tracy and Wirhin thefe three Jcveral more WaggrnLoads oj Silver have arrived here from 7he Raiting cj the taliont formerly wentjon is carry d on ivtth ah prfille and the 5 Vagabonds are taken by Force out of the the Arrival of the Letters jrom Vittoria of thoje jrom Pawpeluna of the and thofe from Bayonue of the iith ive legin to entertain mcre lopes of tkc Affairs oj than thoje Advices that the Duke of Anjous Army was reinforced with a great Numler of Troops from Gal and by feveral Regiments from fo that it already cant lied 16000 Men That the Duke arrivd the 6th near 4 port League from upon the River which he defend to pafs the next King Charless Army purpid its Marck the Tagus which River was oj the higheft importance to the in t at ion oj their baggage but that they could not yet penetrate into the true Deftgn of the it was lelievd they would endeavour ro march thro to the Frontiers of Forjaze was fo jcarce in our that the Cavalry was but in a bad fat as it KJS not plenty in that oj the We flatter our that the want of it mil very much incommode them in their The Duke de Koaillcs having given the King nn Account of the Poirure of Affairs in is again let out for to acquaint the Duke of and Ad withhe Kings From the Camp before October At the Arrack on rhe See of Lam we have puih d oneof our Saps into the PJacc of Arms of the Salianr Angle before the Ravelin our other hve Saps are advanced along the a few Paces of havchnifhd our live Bridges over the A van the Angle of he Eaftion of and that oc rhe covers rhe Gate of The Sluices which the Enemy brrkc at during the bitc re and the PaiTageofrhe Lys the Boars wirh Ammunitkn and do now come up to the The Dukeof Anjnu is in a great ConfLrnarion upn te of King along rhe ro join rhe tfi ic rhe ull themiclvcsof Badajos and orher md fn open a free Commununio Ifrori Jrni ro thereby ro receive rheir Succours wirh and nor to be rjieM 1em in Tranfports up rhe LicutcnanrGenenj cered ro our Regency rhe Copy of a Letter which Pincr Lcjene J oni r rrc that I and ether Places in die for K ChirlesHl Tis laid chat Vice Vicccrlon is to command the Men of War of this State that are preparing ro lail fortl c We fee here an cxacl Lift of the Duke of Animfs Lois in the Battel of by which it rhac he about killd upofl the Spot Common iioldiers taken Prilbncrs rr v ro King Charles 6500 Officers wounded and tnkcn Pieces of i bcfidcs thole piece and 8 Among theSlain were the Count JArco r Lieutenants General and among the Wounded and Pnic 4 Majors 4 and 50 This Sir Simon rn Hr Jeliverd to and Sir Edward Xorchey iuccecJi as r Uq our 1our to w x ow her George vnr bv ihe Direction ih would be d to be en wieb for Abel at the Boy in

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