Evening Post, January 24, 1712

Evening Post

January 24, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, January 24, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 24, 1812, London, Middlesex From From ffc JVw repair ehf ctbcii Kings tbeScarpe caufc of Rigour of the and the of Troops neceffaryfor fapportingjthe Work d t rThfcGleali occ navigable front Peterwaradin tafcea cfie one whereof is a Gentleman of confitfcrabtt Family Several found ugop to excite thc and to foUicke the and to deprive the make new cleaafe tbe Deuie c finiflid in a iJ Jiave a Deifgq todifturb our Jaft Advices from Turky confirm the great Preparations the The Emperor is ex the our ar accompanyd1 by Getwraf F lemming and fome other CaropaigB is are OD march to the Raifmi of the f ijaviagimadefure Account of fa Advices we had trom thence thefe 3 tell that the in that mandedbythe Gonnt Provifiojas and and that the Attacks on that chichi the cannas tbot We aiwimpstjent to fee whether the af Prtijffia will pay Dettte of the haiflbet at wbicb to oblige Tiim to raiferthe Blockade of the Town of We have receird frclh Letters from of the jtftb which imppri nothing pofitive rouchi rig Peace or war with j Some of them the Grand Signior has refolvd to pdl Head of to renew the War and others he is difposd to main tain the provided t foe entirely fulfiH the late Bu that the Wab pf Tarfary bent to continue the Sweden is ftiU at Refolutioa of the the Elace faklfy havingfermerty been and whcti vincd of and Co the aid Marquiss hertfaated TfiingsfBef Iitthe Che Reliefiof the Place the Paffes on the Side of B next Day with a greater to the 6id of 4ot50fManof regular JWC Jefs exerjisd to Arms thanthey j the cMelunlnd anijfiljatlanrto to Tend a to the aJiifcei ef Accommodation wich aodio ip reftore and fcWiBicsqutfe the other Articles of Pe vvho ha appears ea S wedtfi and befeg fry there is GfHQitfnd to believe they will rather hHrp to renew the War than left half their Pay by aPeaceV Sick and Wounded At the fame time Iblvd to abandon to retire had cajrya for tfj Horftai t ;