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Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 29, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft From Tuefday January toTharfday January J7 from rfo Antwerp E are going to in a few on the new Fortifications of and 6 Men out of each with Number of are ta be employd in than A Train of Artillery is getting ready here with all Ap plication j and we are the fame will be put on board the Men of in crder be made life of in the oiPorto Longone and the other Fortreffes in Philip the Tufcan Tis dif that Count oor Viceroy is making from his The States of the Lower which arc preparing to have adrefsd the prefs to reprefent to his Imperial that they are refclvd to facrifice their Lives and For tunes to procure a good and lafiing Peace for tbeHoufe of Cloaths are preparing here for 16000 Foot and 5coo that are expected out of n order to reinforce the Imperial Army in The Troops of his Highnefs the Elector Palatine are to be increasd with 10000 From ike jfmfterdam Letters from Poland that the King of Sweden has receivd Affurances from the Turkish that they are refolvd to continue the War againtt in his Favour that Prince is laying up great Magazines at from the Couraxt January Two French Men of 70 Gnns have in 5 or 6 taken 7 Englift Vef fels richly The of our Sovereign has not only put this City into a good Pofture of De but likewife all the other Towns and Fortreffes his Dominions and he ias exafted from his a great Sum of for the fubfifting of the Imperial in the The French are equipping at Thonlon 4 Men of War of 72 Guns 3 of and4 large All the that belong to the Regiments quarterd in have receivd Orders to repair forthwith to their upon Ac count of the Continuation of the Turkifh We have receivd that rot only all Hopes of Peace bccwixc Mufcovy and Turky are vanifhd but that the Tartars made an Incurfion inco the Czars a great We have that there is a dangerous Rebellion in particularly in the bordering PerfiaV Account of toe exceflive obligd to burden his Subjects for the tion ofr the from the Supplement tothc 4tnfterdtm Letters from Vienna the ImperialAolick Council was opend the the Diredioa cf the Vice the Co They that the wa the 26th but that bis Majeiiy defigns tOi gq dj reitly to the Courfj without paffing tbrp avoid Ceremony fo that there are no making at Vienna for Prince Eugene is CommifljoneijTby the Emperor to reprefenr to the 6antime the of the War fomc time lonrt againft France In wlvicji Cafe his Imperial Mzj ofFers to maintain 30000 Men of bis Troops befides the 12000 there England and Holland will furnifli one third ortfie pence 5 2OOOO Menin Savoy at thefale EK Majefty j 20000 in Germaap 3nd 20000 ia on Condition maritimePotentates wili furnf laft witi dry Forage Frontthe Ttns We have receiy4 Letters from Cqtr of the 2oth pa That the Czar did not appear mclind to reftore purfuant to the Treaty he concluded with the Grand Vizier made People would be arrj4 and this purpofe the Sultan has augmented the Pay of the and HFired out new Orders fereacc to the Preparations for the next The Han of Tartary war expefted at where the Grand Signior had causd a magnificcinc Lodging to be fitted up for to the end may affift at Councils which are to be held cancern ing the Projects of the The Turkiflj fleet was ftill in the Black off of Afoph and it was That it would come ai0 winter at Conftanti where it will be feinfoicd by fome Men of Wai and which were built We tave alfo jreeeivd other Letters from thefiailif of thisRe which bring almoft the lame adding That many were of the the favoojrd and had for iinrV on purpofe to fecure him the Fury of who were very much enraged againft a new Man of War built Arfenal was and there are Two more almoft from Dalmatia That there happend fome Difordei on the fide of CartaroJ between tfie Subjefts of the Republick and thofe of the Grand SigniorfThat they came to Blows That feveral ofem were wouii and fome killd on both
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