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Post Man (Newspaper) - August 8, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb'. ' ice2 A A A A And the Hiflorical Account, &c, From ^&XUtMy Auguft 8, to %U'dmV Anguft i v 1702. Drcfden, Auguft 8. Ur laft advices from Cr.icov) of the 2?:fi pift, have broughr'a particular account of the 'of* the ~Saxor.s fuftaioed in the Battel fought on the i j�. of ?�Jy,whereby it appears that.we hive no'c Joft fo many menasitwas ac firft reported, and1 tiut the Saederhave a grearer number kiiled than they hjve given our. The Lift of the fhia , and wouaded on out fide is as follows. Of the Horfe, killed. M�jor General Marwitx., 2 Lieutenant Collonel?, y Captains, 5 Lieutenants, 3 Corfjets, 4 Adjutant, 13 I Warrant Officers, 303 Troopers, in all 333. Wounded, General Fleming, 1 Collonel, a Lieutenant Col-[ljnefs,i Msfars, y Captains,4 Lieutenants^ Comets, �i Warrant Officers, 109 Troopers, in all lyi-' Dragoons killed. Collonel Gerfdorf, 1 Major, 7 Captains, 3 Lieute-nanrs, ^Gotrtets, iy Warrant Officers, 359 private men, in all.389. Wounded, Colloael inland, 2 Mijors, y Csptains, 3 Lieutenants, a Cornets, 9 Warrant OflicerJ, 116 private menj in 111138. FootV Therrwete *bout 1000 men, both Officers and SoulJ-iers miffing, but as fern* daily return to their Colours, we cannot! have s certain, account of their number, but tilting toings af che worfr, we have not loft above i.oao;'men. Winuqded, 1 Captains, 13 Lieucenans, a Enfigns, 13 infetiour Oncers, 144 Son'lijn, in all 27.; ; fo tha: our lofs appears to be 172?. rj:;i killed, and 464 wounded, without including the Officers and .men belonging to the Artillery, 0J which we have not recived a particular sctouhc The Swedifli Prifoneis report, that the Duke of Kolficin Gottorp was killed, Lieutenant Generals Lisie and Sffabr dangerovmy wounded, and Major Gsnerals Pofs and Steinfoek (lightly wounded. They report further that the Swedes loft about 2000" men, and amongft them feyeral brave Officers. The King of Poland was drawiig his Troops together near Cracow, and when the Exprefs came away,'part .of the 7 Regiments that were in Sikfit were already' arrived in his Camp, and the reft were within 4 miles, fo that the Swedes will not be aile 00 prevent, their conjunction. The King of Sweden expected ijbKfifiif his Forces from P�merani�. The Regency of this. Electorate meet frequently to confider of. proper means for putting the Country in a �ood poftare of defence incaierhe Swede: attempt to. make an in-vafion upon us, as they threaten us wirb. , ... , piijleduc, Auguft 10. On-the 8:h die French Army,under' the Dolce of Burgundy^ marched from Be-rixgen to Moll-and und yefterday they advanced into the Country belonging to this place, iric.1 raping within ? Leagues and a bilf from Eyndhtven^' She Duke of Burgundy taking his Quuters at Ber^eyck. By the fituationof their-Asmy, they have cut oft the Comtaurtieation J>e5ween this place and the .Confederate Army,-*riich is fti 11 about Peerbut as..the latter Wete reinforced this morning by loBorallions , and 7^guadroos ftajn.'MaeJlticlit, 'tis no:, doubted but the^ywjil niarch dijeiily to attack the Fjnsmy, according- toa-fefoluriai? taken in a Council ofWar. ThetCoafeieratesara-eompated to' be 150cc men ftremger than the French, foorwirhflant!iug"the latter have received a coniiderable reinforconjeiir- A.great: number of Pioneers were yefUrday fuiinmoned to our Camp for inlarging the Rcids, and s Def.-.ch-'' meat of Horfe was commanded lo provide a v:fr. quantity .of Fafcines, to make 1 Road through a Mo-' raA that lyes between our Atny znd the: French by which means, if the fame can h- rraie palfible, as it is expe&ed, tr.e French will find it very difficulty rttire without a general Battel, or venturing rhe lofs of their Rear. Notwithstanding the French give out that they will fighr, and ro m /ke a fhow thereof, have lent their L'aggig-i'to Diefl, P?g-p!e cannot be p?rfwaded to it, Fct A\ their Forces, in the Metherlands bfpig in their Army, and the SpauiQi Provinces being open on this iiJf, rhe \c\l~s of a iiar-tel will be fatal ro them ; whereas the Allies.do not lye under the fame difadvantages. We have goqd Frontiers and good Troops within few days march from iMulhtim, Wet.t\> (^cito mike up our Army, in cafe of adifgrace. Hague, A'lguft n.The next Letters from Italy are impatiently expe&ed.tq know the further parties law of the late engagement between part of che'F*erfch . Army, and4 Regiments ofImperiajifts under.Ge* neral Vifconti. The account we have' from Par-it, and the Relation fent from the Imperial Camp are i� very different, that one does not know what'.to rely upon. They own from Pant by their bfr Letters, that.their Gazette has ni.i&riified the' l.oCs of thiGer-mam, and leilened their own; "but they do not tell ' us whathumher of men they 16ft. Prip.ce Evgeni'hzi' a bloody Aftion on that fide. Prkice Ezgrtc.-fo&uf ceived a.Bitallions from GtTW�^,_and expend in . a few dayr fever?! others, who are imbaiked at#W 0.1 the Udige for Veran*. Letters from f7*�&/*�$iyj . that they have" difcoverecLa new Confpiracy in gat), which has been ftifled in iisCradkj and that they have advice from CmftantinspU, that there is-a great Infiireftion in Natalia. The French. Kiqgj has iffiied out a new. Declaration for lowering his Coyn, viz. the Lewis d'Or from 14 Livres to 13 and: 10 Sols, the Grown pieces to 3 Livres i a Sblvfw.rn; 3 Livtes 1 $ Sollsf and the other pieces proportional' bly, to-begin fiom.the ift day olSeptembernexti\and continue to the laft day of Ottober next ftllq-w^ng. The reafons aUedged For ieflning the Species iS;fiw'd to be for preventing the lofs which the Officers antl Soldiers "of the French Army muftbe at in* Flanders and: other Foreign parts, where they fery.o for the defence of the Spaniih Dominions;: and where the Trench Co3Tn is not current upon the fame foot as in France ; but theCrfpecious pretences have been fo often alledged, whea quite another thing was aimed at,th� they are convinced atP�-/i,th�t the leffsning of their Coyn in this juncture, is in ordey toarife it again, when the Kings.Coffers are mpre full, than they are at this prefent time. They write ,from otjr Army, that the Hofpitals are difperfed^n convenient places about Eptdhoven, there being' a great probability, that the French Army and outs being come again fo near one another, will not pare withri� fighting. Lift-
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