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Daily Post (Newspaper) - November 19, 1823, London, Middlesex The Daily Pol November 19, 1725. two Mails from and one from Eneral or the Czar's U on 2^tjj by whom we are that their with their whole Court will be here the Middle or there an from with of Importance tor the young Count is gone from hence 5 which his Letters to the Regency who have fent them forward by another who the and overtake the before he can arrive at the By Order of our Regency one Regiment of Dragoons and fome of Foot are gone to port on the Road from to this to appear there under Arms when their pafs by after which Foot will their March towards without Lofs of The Czar has fent Orders to clear all the and the Criminals before his and there being fome Highwaymen frill in will be without Four Days ago with the Equipage of the in this City from and is daily but we can not conceive how he will be able to get to the young feeing that Troops and of the have all the through winch of he will take the Route of and there wait for a favourable Opportunity of going to the Court of the Prince his On the an Officer fent by the Governor of having Gagarin's who come from Derbent to with the who carried Jaft Convoy to the of This Officer who is commanded to acquaint the Czar by Word of Month with the true of Affairs in that on the 21ft his Way towards and as he went through he give us the following That lince the laft in which the Forces of were and put to nothing remarkable has and that according Report of the panics who had been fent to get the Emmy's Troops had bent their March towards and the reft towards that lince that a great many Armenians had and were come to join and that the Prince to form them into a Regiment we have contrary Advices by Merchants come from who that a great Body of who had of kept the of Andreoff and that a Reinforcement foon the they might be driven from their new Conquers next feeing the Porte was firmly with all its The fame Merchants That the in been was not of any and that he retreated only for Want of arid Forage for fits Men and Nov. The King of has refolded out to-morrow on his Return to 'Tis that the Court will return to Hanover in 5 or 6 and that his wal in a few Days be going front thence to return into After the Death of his Serene at preges were to to the of the of Bavaria in the Courts of notify this The Chapter of our who have taken the Government of the they receive Orders from the Serene of and have fent their Commands to the of the to recite in Mafles a for the of the Soul of the News that the Chapter of the of this they took Regency to their the of and of of and df in 1094 of and of and of but was towards the find ot fame it again in 1716 in his Nephew Clement 4U1 Son of Bror ther Emanuel of Nov. We have Advice from of the 10th that an of 400 Tuns was there from the River of and for the Service of bur India On the the de Prie to the of our whom he had fent for on Patent with the new The fame Day was the Writing drawn up by Order of the and pretends to refute the in Holland rhe ofc our India the is the Author of this and not kh 01 cne snips remain ma Came in the Prophet and the Capt. Gelt from Capt. fiom Wind S. E. Nov. 16. The Outward-bound remain Came down the Madera Coble for Came iri from the Capt. for Arrived the Capt. Capt. and from November The Rev. and Prebendary 6$ is made of the to Ha Mr. formerly Holier hath the Place of an of grear Credit and Profit under the Rt. Hon. the Mayor of this In the Votes ot Parliament ef Nov. among following That a had then pafs d For amending now in Hempen m for the Lord Lieutenant to ij C take in the Matter Jus where the fame were again and are as That the Petitioner hath of his
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