Evening Post, January 26, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 26, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening W From Saturday January to Tuefday The Regulation agreed to fortkt Ofritmg ani MtttoAo rovftrences in the Cctigrefi ttid VbetJ relates of tie otver Plenipotentiaries flal come to the each tti a Coach with two and very the High ADiey ftaB go into the TowBHoBlewbere the Conferences are to be at the Door which leads to Tbofc of Francefhatl go rp itthe Door which is on theSide of their Apartment All the Conferences ftall withe ut Ceremony er Quarrels fcalJ be hinderd on both Sides between the Coachmen and who Bui more over be orderd to treat each other with good Nature and and to be ready en all to do one another all the Kindnefs and Service they When 2 Coaches meet in fuch narrow that they cannot both pafs at the fame time far from di fputing which hall have the which hall go and from creating Trouble by this the Coachmen hall be on the to make Room for each and to forward as milch assies in thtir Power and he who isfirtt informd of the fall flop and jnake loom for the p if it that he can do it the moff eafily on bis In the common as well within as without the the Cuftom of keeping each the Right on bis hath been agreed upon by trrofe who meet hall be obfervdj and fb likewile in the Streets and and generally every where that it can Conve niently be without the leaft Difpnte or Affectati on of The and generally all fucfi as are in hall neither carry Sticks nor Arms as nor any ethers of what kind fo whether openly or in the or in the Pages tf cjirry little all Doraefticks fliaU be for bid going out after Ten a Clock at unlefs it be by exprcfs Order or for the Service of their Mafter fo that none hall otberwife be found Abroad at unfeafona ble Hours j and fuch as ftall aci contrary Ihall be feverely and difcarded When a Domeftick of the Plenipotentiaries is con viftcdof any Crime capable of difturbing the Publick the Plenipotentiary to whom he fhall renounce his Right of punifhing and having deprived him ef all manntr of Protection or Ihall caufe him to be deliverd up into the Hands of the Ordinary Judge of the Place where the Fault is be it in the Town or and hall even demand the Laws to be put inexecu tion agaiaft the Criminal catch any one either by or by ftallbe nermiiiedt they kboJ till fuch time as they Mafler wbUjb aid wtebc and any of Bbinefticks are or F laces MpeSedy after tteef ingj after whateverthi ball be funflually w bis Domtftick be kept If any Plenipotetiriarys Dcmcltick it with the DomeAicktf another the Aggrcffor ftail be Mafter of him who is who Jball as btf thinks AU the Plenipotentiaries ftaff very their as well Gentlemen as any Quarrels or Janglings among themTe it contrary to tbis tbit be and one has the Bol tend to clear bimfeifby way of be1 ftantly nirnd out of the f hfnipotentiaryft Hoi expelld rtbe without the feafc Kjt what he rrwy alledge in bis own he was in or receivd tiai attackd But be hall evea be to Complaint which may be againft him ia J the Courts of Judicature of bis Natural If tbis where be Hull tie The Minifters on both fides make not to receive into tbeit Service any is difcarded by his If any Minifter has a mind to punifli Fbpfman by the Magiftrates hall be defied to cola mit him to the TownGoal for a Time at the MiilUSers It is That the Coaches fhall be ranged before the according as they come always ing Room enough for thofc which to fetjdwjk the Minifters and then to range biblndi fo that there ftill remain a hfEcient Space the Coaches and the All tbat is above unanimoufly agreed for the Order and good Government of tbis baUnpt be brought for an nor drawn into at any other Time or Janfture Aridf take Advantage of no more than receive by upon any other ;

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