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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 9, 1812, London, Middlesex S ir rj The Evening iffot From Saturday Augufe to Tuefday Auguft OH Sunday trrivd One Mail from f Frm tte Htgue Courtnty Auguft HE Prime Coft1 of the Cargo brought by our Eaftlndia including alfo the Lading of the Ship Voorburg which is expcfted Tun of Gold and 4000 Gilders j fo that tis the richeft Fleet that of many Years has come from the The three Ships which came in with are the Tanker and frm tte Antwerp Gtentt Prince Eugene having receivd a great Number of heavy Cannon from and held a great Council of War on the tath In after which he marchd from the Camp at for the Plain of te attempt the Relief of This we receivd Advice from That the afore faid having fully refolvM to letuponthe and having made feveral Countermarches and UPdoff with the Army of the towards Ohy and which tho fortifydia an ranees the StatesGeneral havs that minate all Difputesaboat the Succeffion of the entire Satisfaftion of bh Eraf who has taken upon him the 4th Pattrofi paid by Eagjaad contenting himfelf half for the and the Emperor As for the 5000 Men which were in the Paj and this Court defires that the charge themfelves with three Fourths of the peror offering to take upon himfelfrfje iji On Monday the mond reyiewd the Horfe and pragponiJ6f under his Graces all which appeard in verygood C her Majeftys Subjefts nor the ftaind any Lofs or Diminution fined tbeii Jl Letters from the Confederate fa I LU they advancd toi their Right at The teries upon McraritCoure1 in the ttatoatjie extraordinary by the was battering within three Quarters of a Leagi es to break thr Time the French are fortityii with above 100 heavy in Hope on that Side and tis now that onr Troops JWKC alreadyforcd the intrenched fo we expeft every Minute to receive Advice of the maft A general Aftion Ijeing Prayers began this to be made in our for a Bkffing upon the Arms of the Emperor and and are to continue 3 Days The Letters from Paris of the i2tb not yet trow the Htgui Augtft from The Danesare cafting up Lines i6f before the Town of in talcing a near View of the of Denmark ran a great Kjfqoe of being two Men andaHorfe be ing kiffd by his We are advhd from tiat the of under Pretence of for his as he frequently to the Abbey of Ge on the other Side the went laft Thurfday not far from where tis he is to meet the King of who is to come thither from to confer with him on Affairs of theucmoft Twas reported at that bis Electoral Highnefs was to go and command the French Army on the and undertake fomething of Importance But this private Journey of the Eledor itatfc rtifyiii and feverafother the fame and carry on the Stegeof ii cannot doubt any ifit be true that the Trenches the i4th and under the DireSionof MonGeur at chief We hare beee tewrfpfti El of an Adion but Che Allies bad not Yeftcrday they write from j of a fpeedySHfpenfipn of Arr of Great coationes between and TheEarioist tarday went to the Grand Peafiooaril be held a Conference of two Hoars He has fince bccfl in Conference with Monfienr Slingeiand of the Council of It is publickly that the Caufe of his Com ing hither to demand Paffports for Ktng To infift upoi a Sufpenfioa To prefs the ConcUfioa of the The 27th of the laft the Statespafsd a vourable Rcfolution npoa the KJngef DeaandV relating to the Principality and the upper Quarter of much co the SatufaSion of hte gives Grounds for other His Highnefs took We are informd that the Czar petfcveres in his good with him a Train of 40 Waggons fo that he is not ex Intentions towards the Eduperorand this State The French continue oiFerd anew his Affiance to Che aad to this 1 or 20000 Men on very reasonable Prince Cu rakln who camelately intormd himfelf peeked fpeedily back at Namur to dcfcrt in great This Court appears firmly refolvd not to dpart from on what Conditions other Princes futnilb Troops to their e Grand and is well the Affu High He is gone from hence to the CziC mPomeraaiajaBdwaifpeedUyretwiu ihe ;