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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 7, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday February to Saturday February TH E Circuits appointed for the Lent Affixes are as Home Lord Chief Juftice Juftice Monday March at the Town of Wednefday March Monday March Monday March at Eift Wcdnefday March at Qngfton upon Midland Lord Chief Juftice Juftice Tuefday March Friday March Monday March the Caftle of City of The fame at the City of Friday March 21 at The Town of Saturday March at the Town of Monday March at Friday Magch at the Caftle of Borough of March at the Borough of s Tuefday April theCity of TheHTame Day at Norfolk Lord Chief Baron Baron March at Bury March Wednefday March at the Caftle of Cam Saturday March at the Town of Hunt Tuefday April at the Saturday April 5 Northern Juftice Juftice Saturday March at the Caftle of City of The fame at the Guildhall of the faid Friday March at the Caftle Oxford Juftice Baron Monday March at Wednefday March at Saturday March at City of at the City of Thurfday March at Saturday March at Friday March at Wednefday April at Saturday April City The fame at the City of Weflern Baron Juftice Taefday March IT at the Caftle Friday March at New Tburfday March Monday March at the Caftle of Monday March at City of Friday April at the Guilikaji of the faid the fame at the Caftle of H E News we receird fome Days ago of the taking of the Town of Se 1 iaftian in Brazil by Monfieur deGifr occafioned a great ConfteW nation here for notwifhftandingfcl Gqtvernor of the Bay of Todos does not pafitivefy wr he had Advice of the taking of that there are fo many Letters from Merchants their that mention that tis feared1 this wiD prove too we iome that that is as it wfttffyafi becanfe two Ships arrived here from That they had received That Cue Tro been repulfed with great and was artlved at tinice only with two Men of War Very niucti fluFrteraV They report fcveral other whicbmake ut expect with great Impatience the next Letters from Upon the firft Advice of the taking of the Grandees of this Kingdom and the Chief the waited upon the and as we are to advance confideraWo Sums for his Ma jettys J Our laft Advices from Todos los which ac quainted us with the taking of told That the Portuguefe were aflembling their expefted the General of the with 6000 in order to attack the Enemy and this Moment is arrivd from the Matter whereof the French defended themfelves i Days in Sebai after which they ofrerird to which itie Fortuguefe enterd the and putalmoft all the Ememy to the and burnt or took aU their Men of except twor which their This agreeing in the Main with that of the Ships from meets wi th fome Credit we are concernd that his Majefly has not yet receivM any Account of the
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