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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 2, 1812, London, Middlesex Pram Saturday Auguft to Taefilay Augtift From the Supplement to tkegarjt Aftguft A Relation of whap Jflthe of tire ehe the Enemy might Puke PiBarjtj to advance aio HE PlenipeteoVSarjes of Great Bri and Wonthofr June lattj withthe Con Motionsof the At OT fii A 311 Afrl ti r TfT iVt ii ijj T gJ i This aot withftanding the Inrrapcej of the Bilh6p of feconded at Hague and at the Confederate and Declara ripa added by in lie who jjttlgTd that Itjf J 1J i i J j incamp at Avene the ThefimeDay the was the LiiUrecyto beinVeftedj Anhit with 34 Batlalionsand 30 He coverd by the reft of the corjimanded whofe Left joind the Camp before his the where a fecure tbeiTianrporr ration of the drew From in Jryferftal relieve laid on tbei8tb which the and he rnarcbd and ia campd along the towards and be ordered i to enlarjge1 ac ef caftup a lsrge Intrenchinent his General Fagc 1 behtnd with 40 be draw Miles be in a Condiriori tofappore atV a Clockin them vgncfog 500 i for the Am and 500Fook who The Troops at Denain maychd t6 defend thek Unesand PrenehE Infantry they was defended by between 15 an4i2p Qaarjjefi a Me by the Earl of an i Pieces of Braft Cannon was a vexyJhoifc Bat Manfry Kings on a that falls into the below cy to order fmall at Break of to advance within Sight ofthe Enemy and after1 grvingthem the to re joyii alter whichthey were to re the Head ofitbe wh fupportedfrby the Horfe tlje Right of the Ceunt ;