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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 23, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Taefday September to Thurfday September U A G V Et bj tbe Earl of Albemtrle to tie States of aU tba paflid in tbf Intrentbments at that PoB rvts attacked by tbe Enemys Army under tbt of M arjod Villirs i be HE of Allies having de the 2dth of from the Camp at Anchin and and having paffed the Scbelde atNcufville encampd with theRight Wing at and the Leftat having the Scbelde before them and the Selle The Earl of rare thePaffage of the td cover the Bridjgeof The one oft66 tfas taken to great to be made ufe i munication over tbeSaihtiWsnd below in order to the Prince of Savoy pafied the JtfciiOpi wjtlr and all the foreign and caosasiem to the Right Wing at Left near Efcailloii and ttie fecpnd The Denain and wis Imperial and Palatine the was detached at the fame Time with ij Bat taHipns and 30 to takePoft at Denain on the Frintcof to fecure the Communication with to hinderJthp whence we were to draw Ammunition and Provifions he fet Men to work the fame Day on an Intrenchment for the fafe encamping of his Troops j the reached to the old Line which the Epejny had made from tbe Scarpe to the Schelde after the Battle of Malplacplerj and the Left to the Scbelde the Generals Cpofrng Quar ters in the Abbey and Villageof DenJfii the neceflary Pdfts every where were taken Poffeffioh and all Pre cautions were ufed for the Security of this The Saxon to the Number of 6 BattaHions 12 marching from the to tbe great immediately by others In the mean while my Lord Albemarle caufed Men to work hardon a double Line of which extended crofs the Plain of Denain to the Abbey of Thefe Lines were 2 Leagues and a half in and defended at proper Diftances by Redoubts and to fecure thePaffage of Convoys which were to goto to oppofe the Parties and Enterprizes of the my Lord Albemarle detachM Brigadier Berkhoffer with the Regiments of the hereditary Prince of and the 3 Squadrons of to guard the Boats with Artillery and whjch was before at Marchiennes remaind and ray Lord Al bemarle causd the infantry to encamp in the Intrench roent near the Abbey to cover the Boats againft any Hidden Attempt of the The yth of June the Army of the AUiesencampM between the Sefle and the Rivulet Efcaiflotv the Right Wing within a League of and the Left at Ghateaa to cover the Siege of Quenoy 5 ani then the forefaid Troops fcrved to guard to the Siege all the Cpnr voysof Ammunition and That Siege being it was refolved to undertake that of but the Armies being then lorpafs tbe an In trenchmeot was tbe 8th of for covering the Bridges at Denain againft the Infuits of the That Jntrenchment was guarded by the Regiment of tbe 1 ril A n f by that Side the Body of Troops great The lajne Daythe Princejpf tacbd with 30 BattallibHs and 40 Squadrp Landrecy And as amroiig them fomeof the Eatl pf Albemarle marcbd that ly fnppryd fo the Body at Dena loBattallions and 23 which the from Left to the ry andnnrantry Tbe the Enemys Army pafsd low after haying drawn t Troops from a Senfet They encajnpa and tlie Right at would offer Battle WhereBpon thi his Army under and ordered my to hold himfelf ready to march With hU fliould be And the the towards the great Army Albemarie again to JiiaTOhat 3S lift fTid to do it but at the behind the the RigTit at agahiftlhe Prince of a Uae tobe ma of tbcov atd pareferve the Cdmmunication with the UA r Which being that the Pontons of Che the were not he make a BrI3geof Timbers penters were 600 Men to This Work went oti Jntrenchment was guarded by the Regimenfof tbe here This Work went Jilt the ditary Prince of which encampM there in Bridge would have been d had i r n ne anrl it cnuld notbe finifnd becsofertpe 3 At the fame Time a new Line of Comma1 nicauonwas begun towards to re tackd us 5 and it could not be finilhd River was the Brea4th ef and ;