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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 30, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday September to Thurfday Odober from ike Amsterdam H E Court cpntiniiesvery filenf about bringing the Emprefs and the Departure of the ArchDutch efs for Yefterday Order was publifhd Sound hutting up the upon Ac count of fomeDiforders that have been cccatlond by Letters from Hun gary That fume imperial Regiments of Horfe are aflembling near the River Samofth btit tis not for what That the King of Sweden was going to fet outfrom to the Court at to difpofe the Grand Signior to break the Peace lately concluded with The his Swedifh Majefty had causd to be built on the Nei was confumd by the i2th as were alfo iiveral From rhs Supplement to the 4m8erdtim Officers are daily arriving herefrom the Imperial on the Frontiers of Dauphiny and who commanded that is fpeedily expetfed His Imperial Majetty has intruded to the forefaid the Military Affairs in this We hear that the Catalans follicite with great Earneft that the Emprefs may defer her till it appears what Turn the Negotiations at Utrecht will From the Hdgue Ott Several Veffels arrivd here from Ca bring that the exceflive Heats in that Country being Count Staremberg was making Pre parations to penetrate into the Kingdom of there to open the Autumn Campaign and that in the mean Time he was daily detaching Parties from his Ar my which have gaind divers Advantages over the Ene beyond the SegraSeven Dutch Men of War and 2 Galleys continue ftill in the Height of Rofes to hinder the French from fending Succours by to that The other Ships belonging to the Dutch Squadron are faild to Two Frigats of that Ifland have taken a French after a very obftinate wherein the Enemys Crew were almoft intirely killd or wound and the Majorkin had 4 killd and 20 We are that the Flo by Order from has fet the from for New the Governor of Gibraltar having notifyd to the Commodore of the Englifh Squa cruizd on this that a Sulpenfion of Arms was agreed betwixt Great Brirain andFrance and They write from hat a French Veflel arriving at Buenos to trade on that was or tie Id to depart by the Governor of that From the Amfterdim H Juft now came Letters from that the 4th at Collonel Martin arrivd there from the EnemyVAr to acquaint the Elector of tfratthtf fame at 3 in the the Befiegd inQuenoybeat a and yielded themfclves Prifoneis of From the Leiden Before Harley depaftedheneev his Electoral Highnefs made him a Prefenr of a large imbroiderd with fillJ with Gold and the EleQorefsDbwager gave him a Diamond worth 4cco From tie Paris c The Duke of Hamiltons Secretary is arrivdierej 7 We have That the Peafantsof of kiDd a great Number of as tird from and gave Quarter to none wtiOifeltinia their Our Court is gone out of MoutBingfdc the Dauphins of jiii We hare That the Cham of Tartary iasu dertaken a fudden Journey to fuppoit the Interelt of the King of v Five thoufahd French and SGO Horfe Dra arrivd here two Days from having been furnifhd with 30 WaggonLoads of will proceed to morrow for by Beziers and Fire Companiesxi eBragoons have been fent to the Contents who began to aflemble in Paris i arf The Count de was in tbeiGpa ferences for in the Name of calld by that who knowing his Capacity inStkte and efpecially in the toshave that Minifter at to advife with ral new Regulations to be made for redrefiing of The laft Advices from thence Staremberg having cot yet receivd his Artilletyfar Want of was ftill about from whence he was to make a Detachment for to prevent the Infurrection of the will not fuffcr prefs to go on and will likewife oppofe the barkation of the Englifh i They write fronr That 6oooMen are IhoCt ly expected there from whicfrwlll Generals on that Side ro drive the Enemy out The Departure of the Duke England is put off for tome The Englifh Camp at Drongen is to be on the the and all the Troops are to come la Garrifyn A ;