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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 21, 1710, London, Middlesex MMMM oft With the Frefheft Foreign 2nd From October ro 1710 C Sundav Holland OLt J nnrchd Place ct vh were R the that he crjd TA Ti pi n the the From i ey chat ir je been leen between Nice and V ee r bv Letters id of c5 e tne his the 4th that K did not enter that tci the nil the t the re ceded by the Regiment ot 1 lorfc ot the Cout de and accompanyd by his He went in rhc Care ot and contmud Ins tnio the wl or as the Uat tne he i oi he heard wirhojr cnrnn the rc to rir ro go uas the tiomtlicnce we are dMui in few 1art ot is Amy rlic reft th River It does no at of above Men of or 3 Ali tjuelcrs follow and c mrnit very great They did no content themfclvcs with nlun f and bant fituare Thove bur committed in the very Churches earning awav the and throwing the Con flc rare Hofrs down upon the The CuTates went and demanded Jufricc of Counr Staicrn who anfwerd that having no Money to pay the he could nor hinder thole king Charles Ins no re rhe Councils and the City or Madrid is qovcrnd only by tie Body of 1 he Generals have the Conrribucion f tiiat City Crowns the firR Payment whereof they have already by means of a of which the Duchcis of Anjou had oiderd to be thrown bccaufe it was fpoild and yet they were making AmmunitionBread of The Fncmy from Contributions in three times as dear as at wliere other Sors of Provulons were Lkewife The fome Uid to be loaded with Tick were brought to riie 1 but they bad that they were Troopers wounded in a Rencoun ter between Geneial and Colonel The Generals held frequent Councils of and tor bear hewing their Repentance for having advancd to Ma which they ro General They were hkewife very bccaufe moft of the Couriers they lent to divers were taken particularly thofc going co They ft ill gave that they had gr od Part of the Kingdom of Valen cia had Charles but thofe Reports had pro ducd no bfcaufe had by Letters from that Country of else that all was quiet there that all the Places were furnifVd with Proviiiohs and Ammunition for T or f and rhe Town rf Ali cant for above a Year and la that the People theie cx prefsd as much Fidelity and Firmnels as any other Province of A Courier here came bur yefterday from that the Duke of Aljou was come thither with the de he tarryd there butone while the which Kill grew and conrinud is cowards Foot being already arrivd t Mva de flic Duke of An jours very well witi the gicatSrorc of Pro vlficns and Forrage which they every where tmd and the People bring it of their by ot ex a which the Troops and of rhe good Orders which are They cxpefted firtliwitli j which were bringing from The ah Ray Tinthe Ofrvesif he malvc Mo the That and hive fvSrrtd vom lUv That the Vicn v tint TT hud al n which Invc fervM f rh That Govern s ft the rpnn the reccivd i repair t i rhcr elnea ve Gvcrnnrnrs arc in M Miqvi tinrl them oo Thr iornid f aifl Price Two N At the Attack on he the along the Cvvrrd Mean ut on the Angie be and we pcn d rhe b ii M t L c pc een te C ifrcr a L A eaci Bridges bt rusbcen av jjr A Uf t and 4 re itiije i i i nt but a i t our r tore the Ravelin i the Ravtiii and the the Of ii The nenu s Bridge the Face ot tat Hdiid CO i on the ude t L ot B i to rhe r nt i1 triin iijLiadtons n muiehd ro M celery iii Letters from St of the Ci unt had made lumfelf Madcrofthc Eridge of Almaraz upon the Fron tiers of wluch would hinder trie Conjunction of the Troops of Andaluiia with the Duke of and at the fame time facilitate his own with the They that they from that of Anjou was hereupon with his few frcm Salamanca to Tordeiillas near S N Xotwithftanding the favourable Account which Courthave thought lit ro publiili in their of the Affairs of the Duke of Anjou we are afTurd by icveral Private Letters from that tis frill the Opinion of moil of the that the Con ditien of that is mic aier will be able to give us a true Light into die AfFjirs on It is generally that the Count de n nf Ilff1 il A T t T i without ary had been a Fight in Sjain the nth infhnt but that th Duke dAlba he kncvv elt rhe L Kccpchas bren peasd romakel jhn his Fx rntions Henrv jy or the Decrees ard or end of the Lcd CT wis mar rvd to FJIS to tiie rahle the V li Saturday N h the R ithr ti inri nianiei y Djke I Tlr mi 1 Rf Si II
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