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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 20, 1812, London, Middlesex From Tharfday November to SaturdayNovember t Hey the a great Convoy from T with all Sorts of provL is anivd at and that Count de who is in campd at along the with 9 ipooo hav ing ceceivd that a Regiment belonging to the and or 600 were pofted on this Side of marchd to attack them But they efcapd by a fpeedy leaving Part of their Tents and Baggage behind We are advisd from that the Count de MadavJ has taken upon him the Command of all regular Troops in The Dutchefs of having receivd confiderable Prefents from the fet out lately for The great Breach betwixt the Gates of Notre Dame and Eloy is now and we are at Work upon the j but nothing is done to the leffer From the Jmfterdam We are that our Com mandant has Advice from that the Ottoman Port is refolvM once more to renew the War with Mufcovy But this does not agree with other Ad which the Han of Tartary is fallen into Dif Prince Wiefnowisky is gone for after having bad a private Conference with the King of The Inftant a Minifter from the Queen of Great Britain and an Envoy Extraordinary from the King of arrivd at Bender and on the 4 Bafhaws came into the Neibourhpod of that with a Body of The Ambafiador of wop is procuring his Journey to has been en tertaind with great Ceremony by the Hofpodar of Fromtie Sttpphmevt to the AmfterAam Mil The Mortality among the Cattel con rihues to fyrcadit felf this Black Cattel are dead in the Cremonefe To Trails ofUand uncultivated for Want of The Germans are puiTuing their March Winter Quarters but are much retarded by From rfcf Hague the Guards pafsd the in their Way to the Lower The Heffian Tcpops are likewife marching this in order to return The fame Day Prince Eugenes Baggage pafsd by for yiennai We bvthe End of this De which are returning to Bavaria aod ther there to be 4 4 here on From tte jtmftcrdtm Novi ny ties Part pf Liyery tftbei the rcturaifor feeins to be 1 rJEmperor refoivUtOiSQ one firft of to that yet tte States ef haye fwprji his JmperiaV Majefly the tifoal ran Czar has ient Word to hw AmbaiTador he in toretarn from to ftanding cis hotly he wilfijto arrive Incognito in this A French Party has carryd offtfroi9 the Neighbourhood of i2of our tho they were provided with F tenchdemand of the Country Aead of Three fettled to buy the the Upper The ofthis Arch bifhoprick are daily bringing Complaints to that they are overburthend with quartering of which demand of fome Villages or befides their daily Maintenance j ffi thatr7ti that by this means eyety be at the Charge of 4 Stivers and Half per Pay Companies of are ariiyd near and we hear they are to return This Baron Van Kirchner fet out from hence for the to affift at the Congrefs at as 3d aryofhis Imperial A A Party of 40 Men of the of has been defeated and made new by a Detachment from We daily receive Letters from that the Peace is no longer doubted of notwithftanding they are their providing all Neceflaries ingreai Abundance for another t From the Leiden The i4th Towfl f bligd to receive a Garrifon of oncer taiji The Swedes have fince fent the CountJ7 tbemfdyesjof little Townaaflci Several Hundred Men have likewife enteid the Town of the Refidcjaceef tbe of Holftein Other Detachments have plundeid tbe frpall Towns of Lubuchr and and the Villages Lamblon They have laidia Bridge oter tfie Warte 5 fentfome Trooj tbe inva4e to draw Saxons and of thft o ral Rivers on the Frontier of the Di of Mecklenburg our Prince t ;