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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 12, 1812, London, Middlesex The From Tucfday February to Thurfday February The Lorji Bifitp BrilTnlj Sfecb to the French in the E are this Day met in the or to lay the Foundati tion of a General Peace between the High Allies and the King your We bring fincere Inten and alfo pofuive Orders from our to concur in every on their which may tend to the Furtherance and happy Conclulion of fo Advantagious and Chriftian a On the other we are in That you are in the fame and that your Inftrufti ons are fo as to enable you to without Lofs of the Expectation of the Allies in explaining your felves clearly upon the Points to be treated of in the Conferences and that you will doit in fo plain and particular a that all and every one of the Con federate Princes and States may find a juft and reafona ble Satisfaftion upon their The Marefchal d firft Plenipotentiary of anfwerd in very few That it was their Mafters Intention fo to and afterwards the Abbot dc Polignac made a pretty long and very eloquent The Earl of Strafford and the Plenipotentia ries of the States and made aifo Speeches on the fame and the Affembly broke The Plenipo tentiaries of the Allies met the next being the 30th of and the ift and becaufe the French Minifters had in their Speeches promisd to deliver up a Scheme or Plan of the Intentions of their it was refolvd to deliver in the next a De claration to the following The Minifters of the High who are already expert according to the Offers of the Scheme they and will not fail to return a par Anfwer for what concerns the parti cular Intereft of their As to the Minifters not yet the Minifters aforefaid hare reafon to that they will forthwith repair hither to concur with them in their This Paper was deliverd to the French Minifters in the recond Conference held the 3d and they promifed to deliver their Offers for a general but declared that they wifhd that all the tters of the Allies were that they might at the fame time receive a CounterDemand or An fwer from all the Members of the Grand The 4th the Count de Plenipotentiary of the ofPrufTu arrivd and having notifyd his Arri was complimented and vifited by the other Mini fters for thu the French have not yen ownd the Title of his Pruffian it was agreed as an thac in che Viiits between the Miaiftersof ChatPrince and thofe of they ftoutd ufe fometimes Word Mafter and fometimes that of without the Addition of France or The 6th there was ano ther Conference between the Minifters of the Ad and thofe of bat we do not hear that any terial Things were rranfafted From the Amsterdam Thurfday Morning a but extraordinary Conference was in French Plenipotentiaries deliverd to thofe of their Propofals under the A particular Explication of the Offers of France fur t General to iht of all the intereSiet in the prefent King will at the Signing of the the Queen of Great in that QualbJ as alfo the Succeffion of that according toa the prefent and in the Manner her nick Majefty hall His Majefty will caufe all the Fortifications of Duff kirk to immediately after tnePeace pro vided an Equivalent be given him to his The Ifland of Hudfons Bay pud Strait fhall be yielded up entire to a with the Fort and PortRoyal hall be reflbtd entire to her scJ As to the Ifland of the King to yield up that alfo to Great relervihgoflljsio himfelf the Fort of and dryingFifh as before the It fhall be agreed to make a Treaty of fore or after the as England fhall Conditions whereof hall be made as equal between two as poffible The King will at the Signing ef that the Spanilh which the Eledtor of the of I for a Barrier to the United Provinces and ion ment the he wiU joyn thereto FumesajrdPa Ipres and its and nin with its Verge In hrsMajerftylde to torm the Barrier of VeSf Doway and their V If the States General are tfeftrous to fons in the fortifyd of the Barrier fo the Dominions transferrd to his EleftoralHighnefsyandM of what France adds thereto of its own hjs Majefty confents that they hall put as great Numbers of 3c into as they add thatthey be maintaind at the Charge of the In Confideiation of this and of this the King demands as an Equivalent for the Detqolifli ing of the Townsand Citadels of Lifle and8 with their Caftellanies and The Barrier thus regulated between France Srates the King win grant for augmenting1 the Commerce of their what is ftipulated by the Treaty of Ryfwiek and tneadvantignrar
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