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   Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 1, 1812, London, Middlesex                                The Evening From Tnefday January to Thorfday January Tefterdy arrivd Two Mails frfrg From the Antwerp fan in are advisd that Cardinal viva is nominated by Philip to fucceed the Marquis de los Bal bazes in the ViceroyaKy of this The 4 French Shjps that faiid heacefome Time with Troops far were at near 3 large Algerine But they put them to Higlit after an obftinate The Turkifli Capers fwarm in thefc They lately made a Dcfcent at Cape Paffaro and carryd off fome Perfons into Slavery but attempting the like at were fo warmly receivd by the Country who were on tbeirguardj that of 2coMenhey fet fcarce 50 made their Efcape on The Engliih Privateers have carryd into Cagliari in 2 large French Ships laden with Gerfe from the Peremptory Orders are come hither from to increafe the Forces of this have receivd divers Letters from Poland and that a Peace betwixt the of Sweden and the Czar is no longer doubted Tis difcoursd that his rial who is upon his Departure for Sas nominated the Count de to go for in order to conduit the Emprefc into OurGarrifon hasOrders to prepare for a Jews of Mentz having fignifyd to the French that by Reafonof the Vigilancy and Precaution of the next to impoffible for thetntogettheNumber of Horfes they had contracted to procure in the German Orders are come from our to and other adjacent tofurniflj him with 3000 Horfes againft the Month ot and each Town muft deliver their for which a Deduction is to be made of what they were to pay in From rbe Hague The 3oth paft Genral Ivoy went hence for to give Orders for repairing the Da mages done to the Rivers by the Enemy The fame Day 2 Ships were laden here with all manner ofMate rials neceffary for that Work but are not to depart till the Troops with the that are tcTworfeon the between Mortagne and are com manded to draw The French threaten co fet upon oar Workmen and they isrjte from their that for this End Orders to tfceir Trcopers to fpin a Quantity of Hay fufficient for 4 From the Antwerp Conrtnt Two Commiffaries arrivd here from Florence are making our Magazines exceedingly Befules which is veiy armd Peafants were commanded laft Week to march into this Tis we are foftrnifhProvifions to the Imperialists who iq thie of and grow daily Xlpnth or when they arc foV From i Some Days ago the Eleftor of Menus Minifter here received a Letter from tlretQjeea of Great directed to the Diet of the to inform them of the Congrels whiph is to be opened at Utrecht the aud inrire thb Princes and States of the Empire to fend thither their Plenipotentiaries But that Minifter bas not yet com municated it to the ftrft tor Orders thereupon from his Electoral Moft or the States of the Empire are ufing aO poflible Diligence K recruit their fponer than they have doheat any time during this The Circles of Swabla and Franconia havegiven nefitive Affurances that their Contingents hall be com pleat in the Moath of Tis the Army of tbe Empir wifl this Year fift of about 6ocoo beiides 400x20 ImperialiiRi who will be lent to reinforce the Army in Tis likewife faid his Imperial Majefty defigns to Tend over a confiderabe Detachment from Italy to Catalonia in order to aft offenlively on that Side without the Affiftaace of the Brftifh and Dutch From 4 His MajeJiy has receivd a ConftriOaV that du Gaffe with his bavihjg on Board all tbe Go Id and which was ia the Galle arrivd in the beginning of at Fort in after having been driven about in tempeftuous Weather for 5 His Ships have fufferd extremely in their Mafts whjchhe intends to repair as foon as and rheo in Company 3 qtherapf the Whkh he found at Signior Antenoni is by the Grand Duke to go to and receive the ftiture of Sienna from his Imperial Vcnicey The Differences between the Court of Rome and the Duke of are not yet but teem rather to his Royal Highnels having to have thofe Perfons who were fome Time fines Excommunicated by the Bifhoji of Our Court is apprehenfive of new Commotions ia by the Intrigues of Ptince Ragotski Count there being feveral Bands of Malecon tents in who have committed great Tho they do not pretend to have aCom miflion from the aforefaid and may be lookd upon as who having not wherewith are tufnd Robbers yet our Alarm is fo that General Palft is fcnt againft them with fome with Orderstq give no   

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