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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 5, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numtx From Saturday January to Tuefday H E N Count d Agcilar srrivd twas he to take on him sfceEmployment of Miniftcrof and that in or der the Marquifsde Bed who was Prdident of the Council of was to refign the Employment bat we find that tie Count has laid down all his which brought him in arjeve Ducats a This occafipns various Difcourfes fomefaythe Count is diTgufted at the Kings permitting the Marquis de Bedmar to hold at once both the Offices of Preiident of the Council of State and Minitter of War others fay che Counts laying down his Employment is not vo but by his Majeftys Command that the of Vendome has made Complaints to rhe Court of his On Thurfday laft arrivd an Ex prefs from fince whichtis thatthe King of France having in a Manner abfolntely agreed the Preliminaries of Peace with our Court havegrven the neceffary Inftruflions ta our two Pleni in Order to their going to the Congrefs at The Duke d one of our faid Pleni has been confind to his Bed three Days by Indirpofinon but this has not hindred his giving Orders for all Preparations to be made tar entertaining the Court with a Comedy in his own The Count de Bergheyck has that the Receipts and Payments at the Treafury hall continue in the ancient Courfe and Forms thinking bsft to defer the new Eftablilliment and Methods which he has till rhe general appre hending left the introducing of Novelties in the pre fent Circumftances of Affairs might not only be difficult but The Weather has for fome pays been very yet the Ring ufes the Exercife of Hunting every His Majefty has given the Commiffion of Captain of the vacant by the Difmiffion of the Count d to the Duke dOffuna and given the Company which was com manded by the to the Count de Iftevan de Eldeft Son of the Duke d We have a Rumour that du CafTe with his Squadron is put into Martenico but tis not Onr Advices from Barcelona fay they were very uneafy upon the News they as if a Peace was concluded between France and from the Amflerdam Our Plenipotentiaries have taken Leave of his and are ready to fet out for Tis difcoursd that they are to propofe aSufpenfion of and are intrufted wirh thelnterefts Philip and the Electors of Bavaria and Cologtu The Count de who is almoft perfeftlyTe fince the Operation was perjurmd oflrbraij made the following Prtfefrrs ro bis Phyircians who cut him of the no as was reported butiocfop Crowns were whichj facing the Kings the Prince woud prefefit him wjth a DiamoM 4ocoo Marefchals Son has veiCindlefticks with their aU of Jiti exquifite Workmanship His Servant who affifted In the receivd a Purfe of 2000 Fagon the had a Prefent of theiicheft gundy and La nguedoc Dodary Pbyfirtatt to the was pretexted wiih a rich TeiTaWei ao4 Furniture carioufly fet in Ttie Pbyfioiari of Madam the had a Golden of extraordinary with 3 fine China fet in Gold and the Duke of Orleanss Surgeon receivd a Purfe of 1000 Frjucfortt JSfccaitbtr The Emperor having defired to Tee the Oufce Wolfcpbuttle and the Princefs Mother tothe i aft Exprefc is arrived here with tbatw their Highnefles are npoff their JoOrnry to rltife The Imperialifts are highly Tatisfied wirh the readineis the Czar has expreffed to congratulate the Acceffion to the Imperial as tary Prince of Mufcovyhas matryd the there is reafon to hope that this wiD cure a more ftrift Union between which may be of great Advanrage in His Majefty has ordered bis Forces to be with all Diligence j and aQ poffible Preparatieos arc making for a vigorous o more has reducd two Regiments Feoti 5rt of Brigadier and Colonel Frank and t of of SarlaadeiaaiT The Soldiers and Dragoons are incorporated into the Regiments in the Britifb Pay and the Officers of i the firft 4 Regiments are far Son of the Marquis das Mioas who was by Author of the Parts to be arrivd t and to hare imbracd the French not out of this The sift paft arrivd Captain Crow in the with 10 Sail of chantmea from having bea the which came in his bound far fafe into that He has receivd Orders to Conroy the Vifinaliers and Storefbips now lying up into the Mediterranean arid preparing for his fpecdy
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