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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 10, 1812, London, Middlesex Th e SfaBfes t From Taefday June Thirfday lane f i From the Strasbttrgi June HE Imperial Army is betwixt the Alb and the MarJbal Har court has ordetd a Camp Co be markd out near which gives us ground to thinky thai Army will inarcfi out bf the Llrtety thb tis thongtt by that they wiB pafs the RhinenaFjPor1 Our Army be endirdy fprmd within two or three Days near A Body bfiopoo Muleovhes is arrivd at the from The Campaign will be opend hi a few with the SJiege of tftiwe This tfe1 tftes of before tolir be and the heavy Artillery went from Camp of the The Confederate Army find Abujjil ance of Fprrage between the SeUe and the The French continue in their farmer Situation along the Great Numbers of arrive here daily from Hainault and wichPro vifions for the The Enemy nave cbnftderably rdnforcd the Garrifdns of Avenes and and patrefl along lfie to hinder our Parties ffem paffiog tfttne lietfers froja the Confederate o the igth friftant a3vifet that the Lines of Circnm before were finiftd Bnt they us noccrtain theTrenches wiB be tho all Tfilags are readyvifor that Since Return of the Gonrierj Pt4ad Eugene fent to Eng and the Arrival of the Meffienrs Van Welderen and the Deputies of the States divers Councils of War have been re lating to the prefent Affairs and Ex preffes were rtereupoa dlrpatchM to fte Hague and Che Court of from the Camp at before The i9th Inftant when we began the Line of Cir the Bcfieged fird fpariagly from their Cannon But die they doubld their Fire front all their Bnlworks That we took Poft in 4 fe veral the one of which being on an the Enemy ehe out of the Gate of on 100 who were pofted on a Breaftvrork dofe to the to cover the who were advancing to take a near View of it They came out with 50 Dragoons on the Right and jo on the Lefc of their who amounted tu i ico and endeavomM to furround our who retird in the beli Order they to give Time to the Picquets ro advance Afcer a harp the Enemy were rcpulid 5 and the 200Men retook their Poft But this was act peifarrod without i Captain do Tote cf Orafcge fGaards bothihisThiglSJ ftot ind died next haviifg bebavMitoimielflivery biafely i theFifeirch madeaV greatf from their and thtew Abundance of From theJlmfttfiiim pie of that obligedto beg the a kgaj a GaarU lies whicliAteiie Coiftof turnd brin turnd man who were found in Fort Philip after its Reduftioh fiirf to laff andever andevery from tig met a writing a Coniinnitiotfiof ther Thomafi a Theatinei Fari of the Dukes of Pafffla ifr5itiLy rTnefe ly to the tjU bis ed them exptefly to do Sin Vicar toekgthe Hatijtf ft Motriiogi a the n Prepaicaitionsi are makmgin th a Capnchta to whom and to has fent 3006 Crowns to u was Me The Ceremoay laft by a fole lbrmdl byifuth aQonioinle of Pebpl Prefc was To thatthe the Chairs was1 tifically v and witfiotit Or the S w ifs cdOtd to Petexs4 and pronouncd an Homil the Canonization of was Bells QnnVfif Angclo fird The Ceremony lafted 7 anddn ample Relation of foprmtxtil The Emperor hasopeoly de fclt jn Fivour of the Gatf the ;