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London Post Boy (Newspaper) - January 7, 1701, London, Middlesex i i From January 7. to January 9. 170 r. ' f 27. AN from the Czar of fo Duke Ferdinand of arrived here this and does very much the lofs the before He that the Czar to Attack the King of Sweden with a powerful and that the fame was already 1. One Hundred and forty Pieces of Cannon are arrived here from mod of which be fent to the The Troops for Hie Frontiers of Italy have Orders to haften their the Emperor's being to regulate the with the Deputy of the Arch of In tte mean time the Conferences about the of Affairs are carried on even on and the Emperor has made the following Promotion of General and and and So la ri Ma fb that we are putting our felves in a good and are very defi rous co know how other Princes are 'Tis thought the Emperor's Journey to Ratisbon will be laid considering Few or none of the can be Orders have been fent to Count to haften his return The was no fooner arrived at but the Slaves which were to for the now at were again puc into upon Pretence of the Injury done to the by his not he before his departure from rO fufFer the laid The of fome rime of to her is brought under a to the at and we have a Report that her has been privately This Court does frill flatter that the and other Italian for the and favour his Enterprises the but we hear that the behaviour of Prince the Prince his will net ferve on that fo that we to hear who is to his under Prince Eugene of It feems whether Prince Lewis of Baden will come or he to for the with the and nor and fome that before he fecs out for this he will be to know how his Countries be in cafe the Motions in Italy a War in and which would then in all appearance be and in cafe they be what Equivalent him in lieu to the end that by accepting of the General Command in and taking upon him fb much and running fuch he may no ' Parisy January 12. The Regency of Spam have prayed the to permit the Dukes of Burgundy und berry to accompany the King to That they be Received and as is becoming Princes of their before his wrote a Letter to the in which he recommended to him his and the nf his the de Mother to that was in his Room when he fhe Swounded away when he and continued in that condition for three that they were in fear of her Pelletier de General of the and had the Blew Ribbon bellowed on Colonel of the is dead his which is worth Livers per will be filled up with a of the fame Nation He has left behind him 6 Minions the pn t in ready and leaves only two Nephews for his Our Lerrers from Bourdeaux tell Thar of who takes upon him the Character of Extraordinary from his has been in the Neighbourhood of and among 0-ther things of a Bundle worth 50000 which will retard his coming to The Reception which of Bourdeaux made the King of and the his was extraordinary and coft above The came as far as to meet his and the Princes with 18 Coaches drawn by fix and Men were Arms aC their entring the the Shops whereof were during the three days they and there were Illuminations every and Fountains in all Quarters They are preparing to do the like at where will be to give that to the Princes of and Grandees of Spain come to meet his at far place Letters from Bourdeaux That the Duke de who Accompanied the was he was G vernor of the Princes of and the Regents of Spain had demanded him of the one of their Councillors of An by de the King's at the Court of is arrived with Advice That the King of Denmark is entring a League with the the King of and rhe of 14, Our lair Letters from Italy That Court is in grett of the Differences that are feared in and Pope has taken it fo near to that he was with a fort of but was That it believed the Pope would from time to time hold Conferences the to know their but that lie will take no or at lea ft will not declare before he lees what Emperor's on the State of and his Enterprizes on thar will The of Italy give no to the made them and if chey give they are fo that they may Explain them as they On the 24th of December the Pope performed the of Shutting the Holy Gate in St. Peter's and was done in the three Churches by the and We have a Thar an Alliance is Concluding between France and but there is great to doubt the feeing he has a General for all that are fled to except Criminals of provided they return within a certain and there are Letters fiom Madrid which That the Regents have augmented the Tides of the New King of with that of King of fo that the fa id Report feems entirely 9. divers and in and about the City ol to their great Joy for the late famous
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