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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 28, 1710, London, Middlesex M k M With the Frcilieft foreign and r From Odobcr to October On Saturday cam in Holland Tuefday H E V fiom that a Detach ment of the having been jomd by ie vcral armd had pilYd the polfciVd thtmfelves rf the little Town ot Co rella between Tudch and and Girrifon Prifoners thit feveral Houfes be een plu wlich dcTd and the longing to di a L that of the Sieur wlich was alio beetle his Son commanded the This the ng the Town ot which Ind thole and feveral other had ferit o r aifure the Dukede Viceroy of X of their Obedience and M The Inhabitants of the Town of in A r and of the ther Places the of Ca and have taken which may very much incommode the I ertevs from Placen the i brougit bv an im that the Duke of Anjous Army grew daily frronger and bv rhe Recruits which continually The Regiments of Cadile and having recivd rhe the befoe theD ke or An who found them in a d The Recruits of the Regiment of r the Xamber of 4rc the and all the others are by Older of the Count whom Duke of An jou has entrufted with that Officers who were out of have been diftributed in fucli Regi ments as wanted them Efrremadura has given Horks to remount the There were Pieces of Cannon in a Condition to much in the of rhe They werebufy in eftablifhing and fecunng its and it had receivd a genera1 The Cavalrv been pur to Quarters of Refrefhment in rhe Neghbourhood of Pla centia and except who are gone to wards Talavcra de la to olTerve the Motions ofthe Count Mahoniis with all the on this hue Talavera de h All the Infan try fet out the for Cafa 8 Leagues fromPla centia and rhe ivjke f was to fet out frthwith for the tobecantond in in fe v a of z the Garrifris of forcemenr that is comin from reft of the which is Thn Prince Nfe i from id innrherRein without reckon ing thofe of the Arnv fiom which he ITS drawn no bv that vrry and dwindles every They na 1 ones of ficcoiid bv the Portu did the the H and i ill advancd towards Xeres dr los whicli tiicy but having tut the Marquis de who lud afTembied i en a upon f1 nurhing to fight they renrd iito and rSe D of An pu vd from th Mai Clis de Ray the i that thcV hTl the were gone back into their The People of the Kingdom of of were preparing to de fend themfrlver and the of Alicant and Car thagena had fen Couiiers ro the Duke of to inform that all in that and of the Dilpo thev uere to maintain themielves under his Fren XT On the i ft pa at we made the Dprfitins for attacking the Counterlcarp and rJeche on the llde of St Our Men for this i beat rut the and had begun tu i i but a bi w up almoft of cur and a Sally the made p into f they were obbyd qu r i by rhc Sap and S g made a r rhe iant Angle t t Pae c Arras id the On the fide of the Ac tack we were on Sturdiv the Sal liant AngVbefrrc rhe BaHio f no better SJCces for our Men that were ro found themfevcs fo txpfsd ro I re s rir ir thought rir ft f um and to proceed ro lie re and L y Sap and we hope ro be t in ys by this Theid Vveti r a r t i to not only by rttariling ai v rhe jirnfon Tinic ro rk the nu for their Defence Xc re Or lvtch rf the Ravelin on the nbe v bur Paces of being tiirfhd xf etc1 Courtin is likewife carrvd above half rue i and we mounting fome Cannon tn diTnobnt which flank our Bridges 1 he Covoy of i ar on were immediately dfparchd for rhc bringing up rhe Lys 10 much of it tis thought be ivanring tor xvnils the reft is into rhe fJ1eril Geifa fns ten from rhe Camp bet rr that ig rhe Relilnncc of rhe he hond to bent a Parev in or 6 ot here Orders by the Polh fcr the March of heir HighVj ot G Arm v to march into rhe e if Ovenifc1 we are ilrj thn they will in Devenrer nriier rill ir is ft u f q iie hev lioiild advance The Equipmc r f m of Men rf War for the Medirerriu TI much As tij H aters are nor vet f is of Denh tor rhe difficult o4 re by rbe r1t e nifhd bv of Amfre d 7 of it 1ft W bv Frday vH r1 c lull now MHtr C Her h o the Oct On Earl Ri vers arrivd at fom The Price or Tm fduv i wis from 9 r i cf r 1 V f T r rr C lohi Bi M r 3i C L S Fr We have learnt bv Letters and Pafengers from that King Charles had lain there One in rhe Duke ile which is at one end of the witiou entring the Palace that the new C or had causd Illuminations to be made but that all the Inhabitants fliur their Doors and Windows and that nobody in rhe Tint Princes which in the Xigibourhcod of tlie was gone ro en camJ it upon rhe between Madrid and which made it they dellgnd to poffcfs themfclves of or that thev meditated their Advice at that fince the De feat of Don Jofeph Vallejo has approachd with his Detachment of 300 on L The Poll roi the Counrv of frjod choj John Ffq John Efq R owland For the Cry of G c thus Thomas Efq John Iiq The tor be ot en hit i Friday Nigh t he tVil ir vd waf On SanivcUv neither h en o but yicldid the bu the other Gentlemen poud about 123 a
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