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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 13, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening 484 From Saturday September to Tuefday September 1712 trtm the Supplement to Amftcrdam E are advbd by a Veflel artivd from chat cbe which faild from the 7th with the German Recruits and were arrivd on the having loft in their Paf only 6 or 7 Horfes and that the reft being in very good Condi were after which they marchd to join Count Starembergs from twas fa a Detachment had inverted Provifions are laying up for another Body of Im perial amounting to which are to be feat to The Armies in Savoy continue with out Aflion and the of a Detach ment of toooo Mea for the The of Peter borough has had a Conference with of from the September Our Flotilla is hawld in behind the Puntals and tis the Departure is or Reafoas of State deferd for fome considerable From the Duttbi of The King of mark is returnd to Copenhagen but his FLet faild laft towards A Vcflel is arrivd at with fome of the Servants of Sta and feveral other They that the Convoy with the Swediih Troops win certainly put to a We are that the Swedifli Fleet is arrivd near and is to be fpeediiy by 8 other Men of with S or 10000 under their From the Supplement to the AnfterJum The of Wirtemberg is declird Veld Marjhal of the The Afinifter of Sweden has prefented a Memorial to the Diet againft the Potentates ingagd in the theNorth He demands for the Defence of his Matters Provinces in that his Majefty may sot he forcM to take other The Swedife General Steinbock is arrivd in the Ifle for the Attack of all Preparations are Sixty Pieces of Cannon and 43 Mortars are debarkd for the of The Movement we told you in eur the French made on the Side of wa pnly upon the Account of From the Fvit Laft Week was nearGailJen a PaJace belonging to the ArchBifftiop Miles from a Monftrous which we call begot betwixt a Wolf a ad a Its grew upon Ms and his Hair was browner and longer thaa Hut of other It had devoured 53 Perfons Neighbouring Vilhges there were 150 Peafapta at the Killing of this There are great Numbers of Sort of Creature a bout fo that the People date not go along the particularly and whom they fet upon with greater EagerncIs then Men j they are as to come op to the very Gates of the City The Misfortune we cannot till Che Vintage is j 1iifmt September Fage Son to the Lord arrivd Yefterday from in his way to is going to He confirms the News JCT ceived fume Days of the March of 4 Regiments of Dragoons from Savoy for Catalonia ajil thatuthe Enemy talk of detaching 20 or Battalions for the fame which they are will be more to oblige General Staremberg to the Cannoa of The following Lettert about ik y s the Aft ion written by ffioce Eugene to 40 eminent I am furprized and troubled to hear of People do my Lord nent Difcourfcs that have Conduit in Che Afiion at that the ill informedYulgar that the unfortunate axe always cenfured bf thcin f wonder that fuch Slanders hould have found among Men of as could only haWBeenl by his I hould think my Duty a Man of if I diinot teftify the of which I was an an that a prudeotj General could do4 and had all the Troops the Affair would not have gone as it when they run aflbon as they have given cannot be DO General in the World can fcql And I doubt not that you wiUt to the difabufing thofeof the been and that you wiflbc p can hare more Eltcem fur you Signed September The Britifh Mihiftcr win endeavour to engage thj itates or any other of fhe AUies into Treaty ol Their High that cannot refoJLve any upon Einperour and the aad ;