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London Post Boy (Newspaper) - January 24, 1701, London, Middlesex V V From January 24. to January 27. 1701. January THE Members of che Stares of begin to arrive in order to on the 2jtb, to regulate the Ceremonies of the and to what the King is to to as Duke of They write from that it being there to lend the Marquis de of 3 Dons have been to him in Countries j but many are of that the French will endeavour to keep him here at this rather than any other Don Bernardo de Quiros is ill of the and and continues to leave to return to but the King has notified to that he has for him in this January 2lj.. The Palatinate General Count palled this place on Saturday lad for and was followed thither by the Emperor's and the General of the Dutch Ti here in the And the of and other are there at 'tis Affairs of the greater moment will be All the Elector of Troops that were in and in the Lower are marched and 10 Companies ol them are into by which its believed that the will not the French into that The French work on the Fort that is erecting near but when they go thither they are obliged to 1? y down their and leave them on the other fide of the The Courier our lent to his the Elector of on Friday 'tis he brought no for the lince which our has Oi dered the Governors of and to permit all the Ships that go hence to pals which the fuffer the Inhabitants of this to retire or to any other for they attack the Carts and Waggons they meet with on the and oblige thole that have anv Fruits or Grain to carry 'em to le 1 em The de whu is at and the other French ule very pretending of them are and to Know more News from the places whence they come then they are to On the 21U tlx French laden with Meal and from Metz advanced near from whence their Lading is to be brought by Land to A and from thence by Water co A P ulhan of Dragoons is now the of by 27. Our Letters from Naples of the 3d lhat Cardinal Guidici parted from thence the day before on board the Squadron of in order ta Command there in the room ol the and that the Count was preparing to return to Thoulon with the Squadron of Men of Was under his 1 he Emperor's at Rome having declared that his Imperial approves of the Choice made by the of Spada for his Nuncio his hun Orders to let out forthwith from for the Court of February bof Letters Turin That according to their lair Advices from the Germans arc at Matters of all the and except the Capital of thk in which is a very great quantity of lb that the faid place has nothing to fear thic The French to rhe Duke of ma to put a of their in to which the Duke f hat it they give him 10000 Men to defend his Countries from the violences of the he would to receive a into that without which he be but the F reuch being not in a Condition to fend him a believed that the Germans have of that that on the 13 th they were not far from and that the Allies chief thoughts are to Some give out that the Germans are te fend a Detachment to buti the molt Judicious are of another grounding their Judgment on the great of the French Troops that are lending to Italy and that the Germans will not therefore weaken they being Mailers of the of The Prince of Carignan is on the mending The Troops for Reinforcing the Army in Italy advance into and the Regiment of was on the 18th Month at the King 4 Regiments to pals over into Ine Duke of has lately taken the for the place of Captain ol the iic da and we upon his return rO that the King has u ade hun a Aiz ae which makes us his time nominate trie b naa f longing to in Fl hue ina have Orders to repair his Tue Catinat arrived the in Evening and he to The King has given leave to the d Lieutenant to Sell his p ace oi Cemm llary General of the The de who was come to Court on the behall of the Kingof this day for P. S. Juit ndw We hear that the King made 17 Lieutenant 48 and 80 of both and The leave to buy the Regiment by the de his this is become a de The Report had about Prince Eugene is altogether ground * January 27. The King took the of Hunting lair Saturday Hampton and returned at Night to On Saturday lalt the titie Right Honourable the Earl of Admiral of palled tbs fnvy ' They work with gieat diligence on the Royal both Chatham and lb tuat the lame will be ready 10 put tu Sea in toe Spring On Sunday laft the Right tie Earl of obtained leave of his to 4owq his pace of Loia Lieutenant His has been maic ly at Law of tne inner
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