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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 19, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Boft From Tuefday February toThurfday February From the Paris Hey write from Grenoble the jith In That 4 and a Regi ment of are gone to Cham berry to Supply the Place of the like Number of Troops that arc orderd ro March for Alface from whence tis by Letters of the that our HuflVs pofted at have in an Excurfion near 60 Recruits going to that Rfcruirsof Men and Horfes are daily arriving in Alface and or 5000 Men are expefted there from Dau On Friday Corps or the Dauphin and Dau phinefs were tranfported to Val de from whence they are to becarryd to to in Or der te be laid inro one From the Amfariim iBThe 13th Inftant our Regency made great on Occafion of the Marriage of our Hereditary The Senators invited the Minifters and Officers ro a fplendid Entertainment and a The the aforefaid Lords and Senators were reaald with great by the Princefs Natalia his Czarian Majcrtys the Ernprefs Dowager did the at and the Dutcbefs Dowager of Courland which was her firft Appearance in fince the Death of the ViceAdmiral who arri ved lately from with the Officers of the is gone to wait on the Czar at Petersburg But Admi ral Apraxin continues at to demplifh the Forti fications of that Place and of in erder to de liver them to the purfuant to the Treaty of The Empcefs the Dutchefs of Cour the Princefs Natalia and fome Senators are gone hence for Prince Jacob Federowitz who found to make his latt from his Confinement in has taken upon him the Government General Brother to the has fent from a Relation of an our Troops have made a gainfi the Tartars of It contains in That the Mufcovitrs killd and took 43000 of the Ene carryd off great Numbers of Camels and and after having deftrpyd by Fire a vaft Extent of ihcir The Tartars of Cuban and the Cal mucks had brfjre that attempted to make an Inupcion into the Mufcovite but were This Relation at is now in the From ike Leiden Eight Days ago Cardinal Ottoboni cjufcd the Pop Arms and thofe of the King of to be put up over the Gate of his as of the Crown of The next Day he caufed the Arms of the Republick of Venice and of the Senate of to put up there likewife Whereupon the Ve netian Ambaffador an Exprefs Co to the Doge and the Senate his them Cardinal had dorie without 15 CardinalOftpboni him at Rome the Character of Proteftor of F trary to the declarM of the Regency have confifcated his EcclefiafticaJ which amount tp 12000 Puctts a Year They have likewife his FatheEjSpd yet without cenfifcating ibeiri From the dmfterdtm G Alettet Upon the Plague in Slavonia and Health haveprohibited all and hare taken nep our Commerce is likewife forbidden v Provinces of 6tfier T the fubjeft to the Houfe pf febt A Squadron pf Dutch Men of War is Leghorn from ibeing bound MXhon with Provifipnsj arid will failfdr jjtt LL Captain Man of has taken a French andfent the confiftingof J He has likewife taken a with and retaken ah EngHffi x Yefterday icing the Her Majeftys Mwrvfa with great His Phipps went to the in thfe plimented by the Judges arid 12 of the Clock a BirthDay was performd by the a very great Appearance of Ladijts thegreatGuns in the and followd by three Viadies of 2 Regiments on Duty in his ExceDency went to bisi attciwr many of the Nobility wtered ment was provided for At 6 iii Excellency went to the and from Lord Chief fee the on CuftomHoufe and on the Water eluded with ringing of and all other Demonftrationsof Yefterday came in the ley of thu in five Weeks fiom 1adeiT with Sugar and The with the Merchant are prepa ring to Yefterday Hellens Her Majeiiys and with about 50 Ships for The Fleet the dia Ships were Yefterday at 12 at Noon out of Sight tor the Weft A Fleet pf laden Newcaftle pafsd by for the xhe SouthSea Caftle isarrivd here from
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