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Daily Post (Newspaper) - August 13, 1823, London, Middlesex j e Daily Poft 13, 1723. i. HEY write from that they had at length received the Circular Letters for the Calling of the but that they had till farther Orders the fending of them the The Duke of very far from to the laft Imperial has his Cafe to be drawn up in Refutation of it. 'Tis that the Ruffian Mini ffer who came hither fome Days has not in his Negotiations to the Duke of 7. Our Squadron is ready to put to under the Command of Admiral M. of is come back From 4. The Hereditary Prince of is here in 8 or 10 Baron the Emperor's fecond at the Diet of is arrived to make a Report to his Imperial of the Situation of Affairs of Religion in the Empire 4, The States of have rhe that he would to return next Winter to this which very much by the Courts - three magnificent Coaches were fent from hence for for the Hereditary Prince of On the paft the Spoufe of Prince Ferdinand of was delivered of a The Hereditary Prince of Lorrain has through continuing his journey to Prague by the Way of Aug. Part of the Hereditary Prince of Lorrain's Equipage is already in this where he is in 3 or The Velt Count Fleming is come Aug. 10. Tis that the King of Spain to permit the Infante Don to fign fuch a Writing as the Emperor in Regard to the Diploma which his Imperial has to grant Which will again delay the Opening of the fince the Court of be fent to that of and fome Expedient found to remove this new ' Aug 13- being the of his happy to the there was a great Appearance of of at who went to Compliment his on that The Lord and the Lord Carteret Entertainments at to which were invited all the Foreign and of the Nobility this Mr. his s at is to fit out to-morrow to return All our Advices from the continue to that the s are not embark apd that his GalHes remain at The King Great Britain has fent Orders to his at the Imperial to to the Emperor and his c That bis as of * is much at the ill ons which the Imperial endeavour to give his of his e the rather the wrong i Interpretation they give of the and s even of the Words of the faid can tend s only to create Variances between the two Courts That his have * only in of his which the Mini- * fters of his Imperial cannot be ignorant e That true it they made very lively ftances to the Imperial jointly with * of the other to have an End 5 put to the Grievances of but that 4 were forced fo to do by the of the * feeing 'tis daily that this is in all to promote private ' and feeing that the Grievances i of being That 'tis rious to all the That hk has always on all * to the Welfare of the Holy Roman Empire j. For ' the Trouble he has given to a good between his and the King of he has no Pains to procure and Quiet in the Lower 1 by endeavouring to put an End to ' Differences of 8cc. in * if his does fo warmly c the of the Religious he does c it chiefly in order to procure by fo doing the 5 ral Tranquility of Europe 5 and in the fame View s it That he has his to employ their Efforts to thole who 5 breath nothing but Trouble and to render abortive their pernicious 8. This Day failed the Prince Frederick and Hanover both for Eagle Packet for and Revival for with the reft of the except the tor which a 9. the Francis for for and Catherine for Camein the Mary from and Margaret from Came in this Day the Five Brothers of London from Leghorn the Captain That oh the 30th of in the Lat. 44, he met with a very violent which did him great and that there was then in his tbe Hanover from and Zaht for Godfrey ana troth Norway and from Rotterdam Carolina and Crown from * 9. This Morning came down the For Remains only the Churchill Galley for Arrived from Wind E. Remains the Churchill for Came down the Prince for for England j for j May Flower for Arrived the frooa Wind W. ti. Remains Capt. For and for the Capt. Capt. from and Capt. from 13. At the held Norwich 1*8. received Sentence the and for wilfully fetting Fire to in tham near Yarmouth in William is to be in Martham v
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