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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 20, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening X From Toefday May to Thurfday Rfky 12 from the Mty May E are told come hither from that the EflgHfe Troops in that which are fuperior in Namfaer to the haveremovd thelatter from the principal Pofts of that taken Poffeffion of the fame them 18They continue to lend Convoys of Meal and A Party of the Garrifoa pf Bethune being advancd into our was Set upon by 20 of oer who kilTd 7 of and made feveral Another Party of the Garrifon of defeated on the 50 of the Epe nays and took a good Number of which they were driving to from the Amsterdam Mtg May Letters from our at the Coorc of they had obtaind tfeeir and that the Eccfefiatic Benefices ajid Employments of this Kingdom fligfl be ppnferd only on Natives and that the Inqnifitioh ftall never beeftabliAd whereupon they are preparing to go to the Court of to return Thanks to his Imperial Majefty for thofe The Fire sphkh jfiues outof Mount extends it felf a great Way Into the Country round with fiich tfcat it has occafiond a great Defolation in the Places where if takes its Laft Tnsfday therearofe foca a furious Tempeft of Hail and that lit leg than Half our Streets were overflowd and the Fruits of the Ground for 20 Miles round the from the Supplement to the Anfterdum Mty My whofenrd the States of in Quality of Major is General in chief of our Troops and who was alfb in the fame is made We con tinue to that the Cantons of Fribnrgajid Soleure win remain Neuters In the mean Time our Troops and tboic of Zurich have formd 2 flying near Payerne and to obferve My The Canton of having ap pro vd the Refolutions of a Council of War held at ordeYd immediately more Troops and ArtiBery to march towards They have already feizd afc tint commands the and cut off the Waters that ferve The Biftop of Conftance has put Garrifons into GottHeben and other Places on the Lake of that The Troops of Zurich and which are to be encreasd a 3d Tiave pqflefid themfelves of the whole County of Baden and their Advancd Pefts are within Half a League of the City But the Catholick Cantons have prevented their fsi2ing the Convent of which h but a Quarter of an Hours March from the Town and have garrifoad it with The Bandicti and who are interrupt thfe lately reinfotcd with i tfeeir General fent Word to oar Ma jf they within and fcadhim the Money dem fte will attack jfieVCity whereupon we to defend and by COM Garrifon and planted appn the we than fruftrate bis that nre i The Trooprofytae Empire continue Lines j andthe JJfftf Wirtemberg isTo at there wifl be in Battallions and So Squadrons are bqfides of Squadrons a the Netherlands oipoji that a J French Troops dlawn out of their Gamfotft oji t and Mozellej thicli firft ddigad for Alfac majrcbil for finjCe the Newsjof ft Mufcovy theEWperor TiasolrdePd Men to marca from Hungary for May 28 Baggage with the rett of in the grand trom ifeehee ters dated YefterdaVj tbaf the aforefalf the the and aad between and At the fame Marfhai Vill mavd from his Camp at maccbfd where be took trp his camd many Bridges to be laid OQ the Scheld be ibove that in order to paFs the River witttajflf his in safe the Aflifis advance towards the Sim Our that great Preparations king for a if cannot be the of Albemarle V tachfTfrooi the with 20 Battalions and drons to block up that the may not difturb our Convoys i This will likewife c the Eneiay to keep numerous Garriftmj in Conde ailt Bread and Forfage fet ing confederate 3cis that they areio make a long 14 Oa the i2th was brought ia tfhicii bad near the Ifle pi SpeedweUVr ly 2 Women and a Child on board a French of two and plunderd carried off the the Vcffel aad them to the Mercy of the ;