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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 2, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tnefday September to Thurfday September Tetterdiy Ons Mail from and Two from From the Antwerp He Enemys Army now broke up from the Neighbourhood of and rrtarchd cowards Tour our Apprehenfions of being befiegd are whereupon the grearett Part of this Garrifon rc ceivd Orders Yefterday to pre pare themfelves for a From the Amfterdam We are advisd from that a Convoy of the Enemy going with a Sum ofMony to was furprizd by the Germans and that the Spaniards who guarded together with the Secretary tf the Commandant of were all cut in From ike Supplement to the They write from ihat they are advisd from Perpignan by Letters of the 2 ift pa Marital de who had found Means to get into when the French having gone on board a in the in order to return to was together with an after a harp Frcm Eugenes Camp at Laft Fri day the Body of under Count con fiftinR of 33 pafsd the Scheld at and is now incampJ within 2 Miles of Valenciennes They are daily reioforcd with more and are making Preparations on that to begin the Siege of as foon as Doway hall be Yefterday Morning fume WaggonLoads of Cordage werefcnc to from Maifhai Villarss From the tfjgue Tis expefted that our Army will fhorly break up from and march towards for the Conveniency of We are that the French Detachreent under is pofecuting their March to From the Camp of the Allies tt Ctfvin and Yefterday 33 with Bombs and all Sorts of and 5 with arrivd at Tour This n Baaallions were fcnt toward Lifle for the Security of that Place and Mcntn and to Mor they are to be followd by fome at which our heavy Engage is to be fcnt towards On the the whok Army is to decamp and pafs the Day we are to in the Plain of and n the pch art pafb the above The Dtlign erf this March fcems to be to Main tain our with con ing the ve may draw the Artillery that is in that and ap ply Garnfon vtirh all Neceflaiics re info rcd with 3 Brigades of Foot and a of fo that the aforefaid Body amounts now to Squadrons and fome VilUrs has ordeid an Alteration to be made in the Situation of his as foon as we ball move towards Mons and his Right Wing is to en camp near the that he may be nearer at Hand to render our Communication with Quenoy more difficult and now the Difcouffe is very in the Enemys Ar that they will attack that after the Surrender of In the mean Count Hympefch de fends himfslf longer than was expefled the jtd in the the French having thrice the Ravelin of the near were each Time with great Bravery Tile following they renewd the with 30 panies of and were again with great Yeflerday in the they were make a Storm but The among the Men ajp n emys Cam W i ftards 6 Bat tall ions wiH be guj where the of Albernarle he wiQ not go to but rcfide aYLoq till the Time of his Parole is Froin the Pfris Letters from of the Inftant that on the the Moors being vancd to attack our who were making a verd from the Angle before to that of Francis were repulsd with tbe of many killd and whora was a Perfoo of Next Day with greater they met with no better Qa ihe they crefted a Battery 0f and the pch another against PaulsBaftion But the Artillery of the Place tbesaCq that the durft not nnderrakeanjT was expefted 5 tho they the 2 follow ing They write from that the wasftill incampd along the the coming ua of the Spanith and Walloon Guards tended to make a who was with on the Side of the and adrancing towards or carrydoffthe Forrage in ticfe without aflyiOp pofuionfrom the who have noc yet undertaken any They Has burnt 60 Waggons laden the Enemy had got in order ta Bar celona anl that the Governor ofRofos having thit they were Quaotkjes of F6f near 4 Milesftoin feat thicher 6o Granadicrs ia Barisj who Unejing iaihe Night4 the fcversl Hcuies along the anil with to fcen anjj IK ;