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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 25, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From Saturday Taefday Oftober From the Hague Countntt thefe 7 Days a confiderable Num ber ef Englifh Ships anivd and faild again for and other Places in the Me Six Britifli Men of War are at prefent in this together with 2 French Ships which they took coming home from They are to fail with thefe in a few Days for in their Way to that were to fail as far as the with the are not yet as was We are that the Governor of Gibral tar has at laft publiQid the Sufpenfion of fo that the Trade will be fpeedily opendwith that From the Amfterdom friiwfortt Letters from the Imperial Camp that the Army was going to as that of the French has done The of Wirtemberg con tinues bis Orders to fortify the having increasd the Number of Workmen for that Letters from the Upper of 24th That General who was incampd at after having alarmd all the Country and concluded a Treaty of Forrage with the Deputies of the Archbilhoprick is order to march towards from the ffague Our Magiftrates having confiderM the Memorial deliverd to them by the Danifh on the 2th to give the of Denmark no more than 150000 whereupon the faid Mi nifter that this Rcfolution made it that it fignifyd nothing to ufc gentle Methods with for which Reafon the Danifh General would be under a fpeedily to put in Execution his Matters mands That his Majefty befides infifting on his firft was now relblvd to have 2000 Rixdollars for every Day his Troops have lain before the and 20000 upon another Yefterday our Burghers refoUd again not to encreafe the Sum of 150000 Rix rhat the King of Denmark upon Re of the declare he is fully fat is fyd for all Inju under what Denomination to hare been done his Majefty or his Subjects by this In the mean our Magiftrates have pofted Troops in all Parts the where it has been thought necef fary and tis expefted the Danifh Forces will mafce a Motion to They write from the I4th That a Body of the Enemys together with the Miquclets and having pofted them feJves along the River of penetrated far into the an committed fcveral Depradations but were at laft driven back by a Detachment of i fie Qttgs Letter to the Cardinal de Te Deum to befungfor the Reduftion of MY Enemies flatterd that the Fortune of Arms would be always favourable to lit that they have hitherto rejected all the of made to them by my how advantageous loever they have The Example of the Queen of being convined of the Eqaityof thofe confented to a bait not availd to perfwade them thereto But whfij fees the Bottom of the and that all my Defices tend to has once more favoutd the Juftioc of my The Advantages I gained during are finifiid by the Taking of and Place been obligd to furrenderat t3i Days open lam no further affefted bjfinofii happy than as they may being roe the morefpee dily to a the only Object I have in feeing it will prove the Happinefs of my They ought therefore to join with in returning Thanks to God this laft and in begging him to continue til Bleffing on my till it haH pleafe his divine to let Reft a ad Peace fucceed the wkh Europe is Wherefore I write to you Ver Two Days Palatine under General with the Regiraeut of D and 3 Squadrons of Imperial arrivd near in their Way to where they are to the reft of the Imperial Troops being to qaarfcr The Troops that are to garrifon the Places along tha are come to and the Pruflians Ire lowing On the 26th at Veffel wStii Soldiers on went from Anthoia towards to carry ofF from thence 4 or 500 Paflifadoes4 which French defignd to to Condy BeQdes the the our Men found two others laden which they brought The Enemy marchd into their elcept a few that continue ftill about Laft Wednefday Sir Thomas Hanmec weot Poft from for They write from That they are preparing there a great Number o bottom in as they give Fo f hePeafants are in vifions for 6000 Men But we are not ahjlr Cons for the aforefaid the round it Bein laid under Water the Enemy cannot attack o bombard butfrom the Dyke before ;