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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 20, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numb From Saturday December to Tuefday December Since our laM arrivd One Mail from From the Paris HE King lately receivd Advice by an that themoft Chriftian King had nominated the MarfhaJ Duke of Berwick to command an which was to enter about the Hereupon his Majcfty has fenc Order to the Army in Catalonia to and to penetrate as deep into that Country as is while the of Berwick advances into the At the lame Tkne the Undertakers were orderd to fend with all Provi fions for fubfifting the out of the Magazines on the Frontier of The LifeGuards which are quarterdat Talaveradela to the Number of 2 or 3000 likewife to march to They write from the 6th That the Duke of Berwick was arrivd as were alfo 39 Battallions and 41 Squadrons from Dau next were to profecute their March towards Some Days before were fent thither 30000 of Oats and 30000 of with doo Mules Ammunition and other Preparations were making with great Diligence Among Gene who were with the abovementiond are de DiHon and The Duke d Aumont fet out la ft Week for the Britifh arrivd here feme Days On the 2ift was proclaimd the Prolongation of the Sufpenfion of Arms between Fiance and which expird the 22d to the 22d of April from the Hague the Englifh has taken his Leave of our in order to return to A Spanifti Merchant has bought two Ships to be made Ufeot in the wuich is to fail from Cadiz for the Two Englifh Ships are ar rivd here uirh Corn from Some Letters from Madrid That the Lord the Britifh ivill of a Fever and that the Cortez was preparing to break frjm the Amfterdjm The Czar h ac Fom rbe Dinift Cjmp Dec an i the Ki and wi of f rh Cziiian is expetfrd Ui w ar Augu ftu5 f there hold a neri Dyrc of Pi Ct II mr Maxell has foot to ficniral ror a p iitive to our hco But it tna IvsDelign is to fight us for he advanced Ytfterdaj cncampd between muhlen and near Dombeck and we are feparatcd only by the River of We hear that King Staniflaus fet out for after haying fent Renunciation of the Crown of on having his Eftate Tis Ukewjfe mittaoces for 200000 Crowns are come from Francejrffe the Swedilh and that others for 300000 are ex The Swedifh and Danift Armies are in fight each other and the Mufcovites and Saxons are incampd The Pruffian Troops marchd out of this City this King Slaniflaus gone through here incognito in his Way to from the Harlem The French ha ve together i at Fort as much Pnvifions as Avill ferve them for and give that fuch of tion are laying ap as will be furficieiii fci 4i IromtkeJfague We are under a by reafon of fome Letters arrivd frpni That the Port has the with Mufcbvjf fC Couqt Stcinbocka neral having xeceivd That on the Mulcovites and Saxons were tojoyn the made all poflible for attacking thejfeljBSpt Army the 2oth To this he feveral thoufand to forward the March and drew 36 after ving been during his Tncampment at by fcveral confiderable Bodies of frotti and other by which hisAriiy was encreasd to 20000 cfftfiive The 10 in the he attacked the of his put Left great Head of ded chat being fhot off by Ball Right Wing of the Danes gave their Left to rally and they fought with great nacy on both without giving from iojA the Morning til 4 in the when parted Next the Mnfcovites the the Battle was lafted when General after having loft the his wasobligdco retire under the Cannon of mar leaving behind Jiim all his Artillery and We have not ytt receivd anexait Lift of the wounded Put we that and Brigadier De are and Levizau Tis that on both Si Men were flain in The of who was already gone from plj receiving by a Advice of what had pafsdi rtfturnd to hii which is now betweea ;