Evening Post, February 26, 1712

Evening Post

February 26, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, February 26, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 26, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday February to Thurfday February From The ffjgue March Hit the Pore defigns to renew the War again ft appears from a Cir cular the Sulran has Tent to all the Viziers and Bafhaws of his wherein he acquaints them by Way of Manifefto with the Reafons that nducd him fo to do and Commands them to repair with their Forces to the Caropj in the Plain of upon the The Manifefto is as THe which was concluded between my Porte whofe Grandeur continue to the End of the World and the Czar of in the Year of the Hegira I is 1706 and renewd in 1121 or 1709 ba been Tiolared by che Czars expreffive enouah of his evil Intentions againft my moft Illuftrious Porte and the Ottoman Territories the Victorious which I advaucd by the Af fiftance of from whom nothing can be asainft this unbelieving Mufcovitej and having reducd him and his Army to great at on the Frontier of a Peace was he foould reftore to my Illuftrious theFortreisof or Afoph with all its Dependan in the fame Srate they were when taken That he hould entirely demolith the Fortrefs of TaganroVf and that he Ibould no more concern himfelf with the Affairs of Poland or the Cofficks befides feveral other which were agreed and authentick Inftru ments mutually for the Performance ot the Notwithftanding all the Czar has not only not reftord the Fortifications of Afoph ro my Illuttrious nordemolifhdTaganroi but has alfo continud to Meddle in the Affairs of the Poles and Is evident by the Letter he has written to our Imperial and by the Difcourfes of the Plenipotentiaries and now at our Illuftrious Theft Pro ceedings being direaiy contrary to the Articles of the I coniulted in a with all the Do and the Learned in the Law with all that fear and others who ufe to affift in the Council i And they having That twas neceflary to carry on the War with the to defend our felvcs againft his Wickkdnefs and the finl he might commit We have That our Imperial being fupported by Divine and under God s Holy will march in the with aD the Troops of and other Territories of cur Ward off the Mifchiefe the Czar might bring on theOttoman And as it is neceflary to March againft this with an confiderably more and ro make much greater than were made lift You Governor arc ordcid to come to my Imperial m the Plain of by the beginning of with your whole which hall confift of choice Troops and valiant provided with Weapons proper and immediately after ving of my Noble you fbaHtike Care to raiTe and furnift them with and dd your to begin your with that Naffiber which compofes your HtiutBoldi in fuch as may in the begianiog of in If you are not at the ap pointed Time and mentioned in my Cdat you win neither be nor wilt yoop Excufes be accepted and you win infallibly incur ttfe Difpleafure of your Emperor Bat if yon tetfdefyoijc own you win ufe all poffible iaf the Execution of my This my Imperial mand is Seald with my own that you may take not to moleft the Inhabitants in your Waf by unlawfully taking from and bthet and without paying for them nob to fail of join ing at the Time and Place or Loitering and that may riot come with fmallec Proportions of Troops than you are the Middle of the Moon of tte Tew 1 1 za about tbe zoti of Letters from Caminieck of the iath of Febraary That the Porte has aftuaRy declard War the and that open Hoftilitiej have bteir mutually Tartars being aljready arrivd in the Neighbourhood of where tend to hinder thfe cartying ia of more Provifions inif to deprive the Ferjrefi of further Intelligence wicfc Rrng of Poland has wrote a preffine3 Letter to bis Czarilh and to the the Czarife General in to withdraw tfie Mufcovite Troops out of the Territories that he had takeu themuoder Jhls1 Royal Proteft felh The Court has receivd Letters from dated from wherein he gives a pafticttlarAi1 count of the he was feparated from his He fays he was in great his Ship ha ving loft its and fufferd other were only two Ships that kept Company With iad there is no Manner of Advice of the ifhfe J which arrivd feme time ago in Qalircia anoV from thence is come to Brefr fo that tis tbe ethers have They met with that Storm eff of the Banks of March The French having laid up great Magazines at the Earl of with LieHteaant1 General General Governor this the Count Governor of Morisand the Prince of Holfteia Governor of ;

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