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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1909, London, Middlesex The London From March 9. to March 11. February S. LEtfers from Rome that the Pope's Health being beyond the Expectation of his his held a on the 19'h wherein two in Catalonia were according to the Nomination of bis hut by the Duke of Anjou were the Differences concerning them are not yet Cardinal did not appear at this and the French Churches in his Cardinal lately made Legate of is now declared Legate of and Cardinal of The Marquis de Trie by the Command of the f gained to Cardinal that be is appointed by bis Imperial to be at he experts to have the precedence of Rome upon all Publick This hath been for more than thirty Years but the Marquis that the Pope agrees to his Imperial Majesty's he will not take upon him that March i. N. S. two hundred Officers and Soldiers arrived here from from Port in order to provide with and other and to Recruits for compleating a We have received frequent Advices from that her is with for opening the Campaign on that lide on with great We hear that the Roman Cantons of have his Imperial Mediation to accommodate the Differences between them and the which are yet notwithstanding the Diets that have been on that and thar they have alfo his to procure the of the Commerce between them and this The of France is apparently among the Roman by the from be n lately very ill and it is believed that this Petition will with the They write from that the Preparations for the next Campaign are carried on with great and his to augment his Troops with new March i. N. S. Prince Eugene hath ordered his Equipages to be ready on the 8th ot this which Day be hath fixed for his Departure towards We hear that he to the Court ot Hanover in his way to the Heifter is arrived Twenty Colours taken from the by General are brought into and is returned to with the laft of the Imperial Court concerning the Proceedings of the Diet of Hungary that the Troops which lately marched out of Poland to join the have been fo iil thac they have declared they would abandon that bath again to Prince he would forthwith all the and Soldiers in his his would regard him as his Prince hath returned that he never Troops to enter into his but that they applied to him for and for that he could not give tip to their General Krichbanm decoded hath given his Regiment to General from the Regency of Stockholm pallid through this City lad Week for We have received Advice from that bis was preparing to let oat his own March N. S. write from Genoa df the of February that Count the Emperor's lately received Letters from giving an that their are in perfect that the King having Vich and received great Proofs of the Peoples Fidelity in that that two whole Companies of Spaniards being from the Duke of lifted into the King's and that two Battalions were to be formed out of the that were taken at the Battel of write that the and Dutch Fleets were failed from Porr but do not fay whither they were is fettling and the Contributions for the Imperial Troops in March 6. failed to the her Ships ' he and having under their Convoy about Sail of from the and the with Prizes for The fime Day arrived the Mercury Captain Green in Dayi from with two We hear from St. that a French Privateer of thirty four Guns came into that Bay laft Friday with a Boat of went out to and the Men were detained all but the next March 7. Her Ships the Dover and which failed on the yth to the with a Fleet of Merchantmen under their having met with contrary were obliged to into and are March y. Her Ships the Monk's Prize and continue Morning came in the and the Peaceable the of and for this the other of and for both from but laft from in from which Place they came laft with the under Convoy ot fourteen fail of Men of which Fleet left off the Lizard the 3d bearing up to the and three of the Men of War bore in for they bring that her Ships the Salisbury and St. Albans had taken on the Ireland a French Man having two Guns but hath formerly carried the fame that cu Cafle had at the when he engaged Admiral aDd brought her into the Day before Fleet failed from thac Port. was caft away in to the of the a in from bound for London with the one the Men but Craft a very great Storm on Friday aad all March 7. The and contrary Winds keep her three in Night came in the ot and for London from Oporto in nine Capt. Cally laden with tebrings Advice ot Sir John Norm's arrival at
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