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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 10, 1802, London, Middlesex ic^S DDDD lot #an>' And the Hiftoriatl Account, &c. From XlielDap November \ o, to JEftgrfOap November 12, 1 ?o>fe �
liamsj:. the Mary r GmW 2>%, JSeafr, Minpint&, Catnbnd&ty Nmb^a-!/MdlOtftrdkp&J>aifatki sthtS* AfaciaiiM and the J&rjlatrMzK ordered itd batter the-. I - mher7called :beW Cruz, I* ChetU and the Cw.j. forts ca ^^^t y^^^ovMmM^ Um'which were Men at Hovon; and fepa.ated W� that went,� from Count Chrteaursuatid not far from NtTefoundldnd, aod by whom �e had chefirft notice of (he PJare Pleat b�ing failed from the Hniittn*. Thefe Ships put into a Port called St Ander and �n Jvifo, as they call it, which was lenctogive notice of their coding, gotjiftd Son Lucer the fame day onr Fleet arrived in the Bav of Cadiz.. The Harbour wherein Count Cbttiawrtqsitd retired above i�fo very fafe by reafonof the Mountains rhrrfurround it, and the narrow mouth where rliey had inide^a Boom, defended by. a Fort and 2 ! Platforms that he was confident he could not be at-J tacked therein with fijecefs only on rheJSea fide ; and thehnding of anyTroops appeared fo difficult, I hat Prince B�ibanjon who commanded in Vig*, having pat 6000 men in the Inttenchments and Fortsfor defending the fame, and drawn out another Body of7 or Sooamorero oppofe a defcent, fent word to Coant Ch;'.'.:nwir.aicd, that he had nothing to fear from the Land Forces of the Allies, and that he ^"ou'd Unrf -him the heads of erery one of 'em that ft to! J -oiT;r to Land ;l>ut notwHiftanding his prs-miS.-, and 'he advantageous place wherein he was poft^J n-'th his Army, he retired as foon as he faw rlie D'.il>-e of Qrmund rri.nching aRainfr him, tho hit ?it3c^ had not then above fa very' great and glotrfus in all its cir-eu-riftitnce^, that a full and prrricuiar account thereof ��j.T>^Tie(ir5y ex;se�ted> thit it may be tranSm^ ltd co Paretics. Vmdergits, 5ir Gmrge R�s� boifi44:his Flag.onihbaid the Somerftt, ,and; Vice-.Admuat who TetU|hjp . Line of Battel, and brekethro the Boom* wai w-. board the "tirhaj.l ;;>:i Plymouth, November I. ,^^&�e^emng>?ame3htofii our Port her Majefties Ship tire Medvaj JirorB Wot- , ftundland, who parted, from the Squidrpn^mmahdp ed by Commodore Ldibabputa month fincei ar^". reports, that they have takenSboift 34 French Plizes, and parted laft night from?rJ^.�^ari,ao�tJb
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