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Flying Post Or Post Master (Newspaper) - June 14, 1698, London, Middlesex the From June to June IT is much taken notice of and ill in particular by Cardinal That the de the Imperial dors hath taken upon her in her Husbands to give notice to the Cardinals that are well to the to attend to mor Annual Service in the German Five other Noble Men are come hither and are ordered by the Pope to be honourably new Congregation hath been lately held hereabout tke of concerning which the Cardinals are divided fome being as much for it as others are Its thought the Pope will endeavour an Accommodation betwixt the contending Count the King of is gone hence i and fome he is things to the Pope in hs Matters Name that he had no Orders An called the arriving here That 5 with Mariners and Pro were fent from to meet the which were feen off of The Duke of Saiy hath ordered the Monks of two near the of to abandon the to make room for the For that he to add to the Cafile of that place and he Is fending thither 16 heavy Cannon from Our Senate feems inclinable relay hold j on the good of Court I to a Peace and tis that their at the Emperors Court is already with upon a Negotiation as to that May By Letters from of the of December we have That the Fleet was getting ready to but that the Commerce there was at a for want of That two Ships arrived therefrom had met with furious and that the being driven the of John d Was and could not fail to the till June Divers Regiments are marching from the There was never Soldiers in parts than at there btr ing i oooo Men in this 12000 in 6000 In 7000 in 13000 in and Scoo in Twr which makes in all 56000 Men on this June Our Governor fent the Plans places which may be fortified to the others where General at tempted to pafs the with fome is to be made a regular We expect Engineer a to make fame alteration in our And he is afterwards to go and view and contrive Fortifications for covering of the whole Country on that June We hare Advice That the People there are much dejected at a prodigious Swarm of was feen bc caufe fuch a thing happened about 20 before the War in We that the pretend to keep and that an is fent to the about 1 The of our Electors Re on the time of his of Great Briton s doming to June and another the Elector are come hither in expectation to have the Archives of the Palatinate re bat the Conferences betwixt the and of the of being broke off at its doubted whether they will be at this Jwit The return of far recovered the Corn and Vines which we were afraid had been that we are in tion of a very good and the price of Corn and Wine falls Prince Levis of and General have fent to the Governors of Pbi tori to bring an ac count of their final as to the evacuating which we long imp to June Tl j Palatins to the Palatinate is put off tdi rhe arrival of the Baron dz Weifer his great who is returning from the Court of without luving been able to Accom the about of to the Inheritance of her Father and Brother the Par June We have Advice from Hwe de that fuch vaft of Foreign Goods are there every as requires three times more and other than they luve to em to Roan Tht theres Bales of Wooll lately arrived there That tlie carry off thence a great deal of and other Goods And that abundance of Glafs is fent into Foreign But the truth of this theres every where fuch complaints of and of a general decay of The Extraordinary of hath received that as the People of Maltha were repairing the Cathedral Church of that which hath been damaged by they found to the value of 30000 Litres in pieces of Image Mother ro the upon them and the Grand Mafter of the had fallen about this each of them claiming it as his Its given out that cm Men cf that are lately faild from the arrival of the to favour their and the Trade of our Mer chants bv concert cut people the will care us for fucha for our to relieve and The Sieur A Sindic of the hath Orders co make J fearch after Book writ by df Sties Bi of called an Introduction to a devout put into Modern French by a and printed with its laid fome are into the fame in favour of The Tax upon in this is Levied with gres a of and larger by half than they are at Some that lii Order for lowering our Coin will be pub the beginning of June Eiht of that wicked who have committed fo many Robberies of late in our Streets by were within fade tew and arc to be A aoy of them that A is now ed in for Trading to and Gui but the principal cf have no good of and arc very of its There are Letters in That the Peace betwixt the Emperor and tc is o good as if not already Signed by of the Turks are to the Empe ror as it is at and to their to to be left in the peace aye enjoyment of their and is to be to the Crowa of but They That trie ozar of and of were the mail to but agreed to ic by other that it is the Interest of at It is thought chef for agreeing
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