Sunday, January 3, 1712

Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 3, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Nuinfc From Tfaorfday January to Saturday January From the Htgut fato H E Count de Bergneyk haj that the newTreafury War hallflaft no longer the End of this and that the Management thereof fbaD the Minister paying atlaft jrd ceed neVPrjjjeft of remedying rie Peace is becanle that Innovation was1 IJke r6 meet with great Difficulties in the prefent Juntture tff and perhaps ptove of dangerous Confc From ike A Cqurier is fenjE to the dAvellr the Emperors Ambafladof for at and another to the General of the Troop ip with Difpatcbes relating totheProjects concerted for taking Porto Longene and Porto and for the Expedition to Sicily for which Enterprizes great Preparation is in of Gra and a Reinforcement of feveral thoufand Imperialiftsis expected from the otberSide of the Adri atic Zumjungen advancM5the with thefirft Column of the Imperial Forces to which is on che Frontier of the Siennois The fecond Column is at and the third at CaftleForen Tis faid thofe Troops amount to near 12000 They write from the 3d that moft of the Servants of the French Plenipotentiaries were arrivd with Defign to continue their Tourney to Utrecht by Way Bruflelsj but de Ber the has forbid them to proceed any upon that the Council of State of the Spanifh Provinces had iffud out Circular Letters tor bidding the Magiftrates of the thro which the Plenipotentiaries are to to pay them any and commanding the CuftomHoufe Officers to fearch their and make them pay the ufnal That Intendanrcojnplains highly of this which he leprefents as an Affront offerd to his moft Chriftian and intends to fend the aforefaid Servants and their by the Way of to prevent thofe On the Baron who commands the Dutch Troops in this re 2 Days a Letter the with Orders the Plenipotentiaries with all poffible and he intends to meet them at fome Diftance from this They are expefted the 8th and Houfes are fitting up for their The like Orders are fent to the Commanders of the Dutch Troops in other yefterday an weat thro this City for with the PaffporjtSj as fpr the French November 1 Forces Commanded byGeneral haw thenfelves of fevfertl Pofts ajidut Stetinj brought them We bearthey are to be of Twops of that J7 u LL1 M of a Flattie i but the was quickly Tflj Garrifba have made feveral in all of them with The ralhas publiihd a to ftch De ferters as hall return to tbeirColours in 8bt thofe who are to be impald He has forbid the Migiftrates LuBeck to Swediflj Soldier to through their to deftroy the and Sword which they carefully avoid giving any juft Uccafion the Crown of jind elaQIy trility granted to that Imperial Stralfundislaid afide tor the tte non are removed from tie Great Prepa rations are made in our Canip for a genenl AffiiaIc upon the Garrifon prevents it by afpeedy The King of Poland hat refiflrd to fummon a General Diet at the of in order to regulate Affairs in and to come to a final Refolution upon a Propofal made by the who offers to reftore Part of the tothe Rc oa certain They write from the Duke of Vendome h taking all poffible Precautions for reducing the Cattle of Cardona jaad many are of Opi that we may hear fuddenly of an cfpcciaDy if the Reinforcements from Italy can ia the Army of Count Tis adrisd from Pefpigi that the Marquis de with the Detachment and fome other amounting ill all to loooo is marchd into Catalonia and has in vefted the CaRle of which will give a Diver ffon to the Troops of the and facilitate the Re duction of They add that the Catalans are reducM to great Streights bat they are To encouragM by the they have receivd from the Empe that he will never abandon that they gire erery

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