Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Post Man London Middlesex Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,337 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 2

About Post Man London Middlesex

  • Publication Name: Post Man London Middlesex
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 1,911
  • Years Available: 1700 - 1818
Learn More About This Newspaper

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.18+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Explore Your Family History Now

View Sample Pages : Post Man London Middlesex, April 18, 1702

;
Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.18+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Post Man (Newspaper) - April 18, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, :&c from 18, to ./^ijB^elmpetuTt^^''* Lutara, April 9. ;Rince A|^Kjp9Qr�es in this pofr, expecting th�.ajrftai of 15900 men, beijodes Recruits (torn Qtmanj, part of which wtil strive in few days, his Highnefs having 'advice, that they are arrived on this fide of Jratf. On the" 3" * * ' ~ T took near M#ntit� a* . . wir.fi/avalet de Chatnbfeand 3 o*thef~Servants, who, being fearched, tft$y found,' feveial Letters within the lining of their Hats, which were fent to Prince Ea-gniA and 'tis 6id> hsia* thereby difcovtfied a great de/ign of the - Enemy.;: -On the 6th Count Tratst-t�anfdtrfxocty a Courrier-going from Menttta to Vtrvna, and upon advice^tbltf J3owo men of the Garrifon or' forms/ being reinforced by a Deraefjnienj: iff**" ^f-' firtiht, acid trie. Jattei too. near, KerJtiwftSr^ji^^f^fn^  they have nor yet thought, fit to iiombatJ.aiif.ot-fc?*/*. ...1 places: , They nave, likssviie th*.eafn�4.faeoi>~ f fiaei-ing the auuietous fAtzcs we have in c.ut-neigt-  -boijihood, �. TuWis advice, thai thtfiMarctch:-! of Bfu0trs.caine yeftttday.ro Sinn, aati prtviiiedwiih iftant .Count 'tradmtmfittf the. &ls%>r. of C�/eg�-.td*eceMe ;oow,i)ieB in th..*- . iypncfi Captainj; t Lieutenant place j> bat-this wanisicon�'inatjon% *% **11 a* anc- thsrpiecs cf news t'-a^nve Teceived'atftie/^rr.e-time, : tha�l#>fk� tsf ceminJy invoftci;� rhoihe Ja�ter f�ems I very-;pfota'oie, t!� Letters- from ^/H* .giving advice.,  , that on the zoth i Regimentsoc Imjrcrial Hvilhznd � i o&Footipaifed the at r 'isc p'jace }.an&'T hat thole : Trpop^^being joined by -fonts P-jia-taeJ artd- the,' Re- tm�� Lragua itejn:G men were pofted under the Command Vaudiwm are arrived there, and ImerfimMjianexi roc ft,. ; of Monfreur Jlter&tti,who were obliged to quit the of cheGsoeral Oncers to bold.a gteat,C*uii�il uiVvar", farrre 5naViftgfoil' J FootSouldiers and aftQragoons. about the operations ofrbe next (. arapsjgn^tchiiflji- . *Tk&.k\eutA%em(ti &U pff'hi&Horft.burrwas remoum* to rejjeve /J^^Bhich.'isatcuccd to-sr*u cxrrein:-eitfv'&is'^a arid cwied away .The your^Pr.of^a-\.tiei, Cduotl6#has UgnWed rotbe^�kejof^a/��^,j ^W^ootinues in the Parnufa, to ohfetvs theFtench that^ieyfcegin ro wanfcniany necei&ir�{intf he eondudes thatffrtwaTbe properjteuhe Km^s-tei- nr duiied"ioo WaBfidhsiaden withHay, and took an yice.to atrempt ta>vsT\via.Mmituj atdmitjme,;which.: J OtBcfl and- to ^mi^Ynfoaw^T^^i^^^ -is*&'id wTll-ibeaome iui?rsat^We^:�� Chevalier 'fit iwtbm -are-cruiling in. trie, jktwtui. $e�, of Procmal make^.�-%re�;iVf3gaxir.e -at Sondno on the -a m hiflder u : cominue to batter Riyfervaert with a great deato� -fcout that-p.-a ja.^frpm Vftiaw- down to-the Be bwrtg to-wel!1 rh�r Flviiiff Bxidae and on the ajd the i/ffiMmbur- gaarded, that it is not thought adwifeafcte to attack \hm -attacked a Redoubt or i^ort in the lOand, in them,- The R.pubiiek of ym.ee havrng;ff*9 J^iou#T which theEhemy hadisea men', who threw down of tbjttlelign, has.pfdeKd the Governouis of trfifcuj. their Arm*, and furt;ena>i?d: Pu'fone'rs of War. Th?"' Trow ter places.jh fign*fie_ unto both parties, - that ... BntndjTibitrghcr! Ipft,but�3nsiman in^at^Oi^, -One/ the Senate is rgfofyed to defend rheir Terri of our Bombs upon pne of taslirMagazineisaod -force of'Arms, and fall upon fuchas {hill u fet it pn Fire. Wehive loftvery feW^ragftitWce the^; to'frf their'ioot'.therein. SalKy ihe'y made rfrfthe'aiit; in �whkii>*e14ad>5;b og wiU-brine into the Field fjo'men killed; btit wchave adviceV^hatrheyloft on whith is Bke to make their Declarations tdi� if undertake " Thoy tielt. ijs rhat ihcy^ ati Aimy-of 54300 Men^. more re- fu�efr,: that^^jtawta*:are'ahnoft wide-enough fct lift-and Durch, if thty have anycirfeitgttlaf �*dl:ths^Ti a ' a^jW^3l8N)W^^nad�Brt: st^eraered':Crbwn,as the Pmogueie aref^ mlwh^Yriijflbfc W�&� berWaivi wnWfe^^-fiiJ believe t|i'a�:|;HfP3ace will ..heajrfrb^i ^fw/�,thai footiePrenfeh!:fe^f'-Vith -Sp^.'4 be%orme'dJth�V�^}ght., 5  >i&fi/ag arectuiljrrg'j|i,tKe 'J%iffi^%*wdlhzvc1'*. Cohgn, April ay.We have advice from Keyftrwaert, fuafc a- great ,number of Batk^; .pifc�&�uCo�ft. oil, ^ tha4-joe /irfm>^|rlhj^j^f^Wai ,�ft;,�h*{r Trench� Iflria and theGulphof 2>j>^,*hicji were employed m'-r> Hritb,f &m^-fe^^^J^JJ'�^j^"'W carf'yTrigProvifio^s.inrci/rA//s fikd�BaMnaliyf.deelaredi* ' ^eitSiiuhQ^Ce'^fCoiJlfrifiTionsaTe " given outiq' Ft#a;t^rs ; and;Mt,^?theirgteaI" V'ofl the1- \t -WBBimgmttliJ^ q>uK, ^ _ iffaraded tjtp tenth of alljhePriges thar fhain->a nridK. uiii.j ZaM ^*.rA�o)rt<;d ^cv^*^^H^pTfgfe#- th�.jF|is~Maplry wHf �ks &n�, and laid Gun- eiue em.leaveto fdnntWrvinSdorri airdcurire''rbind lils?!____ :r.EQr ir_j JL^lit2i�iI c^~J� _t,:^i. -.^1.1___ ;