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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 24, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday July to Saturday July arrived One Mnil from end Two from Iroriltbe Ptris full 30 H E Marquis de Nangris arrivd the 26th in the Morning at with the News of the entire Defeat of the of at on between Bouchain and Va Marfhal Villars his various made the fine ray be intended to attack their Retrenchments before Prince Eugene on the 2dorderd his his which extended it fclf towards to draw nearer to his The fame Day about 7 a Marfhal Villars detachd Count with his Body of Referve of with Command to pafs the and to by the Way of to wards and to appear with fame Troops before the Retrenchments of the and foon afcer to which was pnnaually Count Broglio likewtfe executed his which were to March with his and take Pofleflion of all the Pafftges along the to prevent the Enemys Scouts getting Intel ligence of the March of our the Mar quis de Vieuxpont departed with the in order to lay Bridges over the near below and 30 Battalions of the Let followd by Count and after them marchd 40 Squadrons and the whole The 50 Battalions arrivd the 24th at Eight a Clock in the with Marfhal Villars and Count Broglios The Troops pafsd the River at and toek the Enemys Horfe at The whole Army pafsd over the and with great Difficulty went thro a where they were obligd to march only 4 Men1 a In the mean Count Broglio forcd the Enemys Line of Communication beEwix theScheld and took a Convoy of 550 covetd de feated 500 Horfe and as many Foot that At two a Clock in the Albeiuzotti and the Sieur at the Head of Entrenchments and afterpaving receivd one forcd as they diilikewife the Village of Seventeen Battallions and feme Squadrons which were were killed or together with the Eari of their all the Officers were taken or drownd among the laft Count Governor Our Tioops took alfo the Standards and with the Lofs only of 200 Men the principal whereof is Marquis de Tourvilk The Count de Meufe was dangerouily Prince Eugene not come with Part of his till after the Beginning of the the of many of his in the 3 to force the Head of the Bridge of where met with three feveral The chief are the Prince of Count Colonel of the great Maflter of the TeutonickCtedeifc the Major of tnedmperiai Troops Baron GcuttC Cornelius de Marfhals de Campi The Baron Count de Cbllonefe Colonels 38 Captains 45 Lieutenants 47 Enfigns j 5 Aids dc General Officers and 2500 the Marflial Villars orderd his Amy t0en4a and took up his Head Quarters Efenairii fterwards commanded Bridges to be laid to preferve bis Communication with Canvbray He alfo ordetd Count Broglio to gb attaefr is feated upon the in we are are 7 4 Coverd and 906 laden Boats Count Albergotti receivd likewifeOYders to attack jimandi From ibe Atytft July i it The Jtiftgs Sieech Frlvf the gd v ALtho I have on other Occafions acquainted you with feveral things delating W Peace have however always endeavouid to keep private Particulars tiH a Peace was fure but now that Affiftance of it is intirely regulated with I am willing to communicate favyontbe becaufetfie Advantages are altogether fevourable to Ground in the Indies is to be flifh Monarchy and I hopetopoffehthofe Countriesitti the as they werepoffeftby my lateUnde of Oio rious Memory the King my Grand lu to the Eoglifb the Conqaefts they haveumade in Indies during this Toitfn which they are to fenti tHlthe conclufwjn bfttee General w tobe demoliflid at the Charge of th6 TliCii Commerce in the Indies is to be regulated Englifhand was iff the tSme of my Charles II and I expetft fliortly an of a general SufpenfioiUf The the Ring my I would prefer in the Ait of French Moasrcy to that of Spain iavb great but neither his earneft Coufideratidn of the Grandure and1 Forces of have been able to alter my Gratitude and the tions I have to the whofe Fidelity has cured and ftrengthned on my Head the which Fortune on two hadiaJanii dereddneeVtiin and tottering fo that to remain united with the I would not only prefer Spain toaD the Monarchies in the Wfcridy bat I up WlCJi raft ui US nil duci Fight He endeavoutd to approach the to fa my ftf with the rather than abandons vcair the Keueatofhis Buc this only occaliond To i tbaG 4 ;