Evening Post, February 28, 1712

Evening Post

February 28, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, February 28, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Friday, February 26, 1712

Next edition: Tuesday, March 1, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 28, 1812, London, Middlesex From Timrfday to Saturday March arrfad One Mtil from tbeffigue Cottraatt fAtreb I Hree our Ships He ready to i Sign i or our new Anfbaf Gitf of soar that carried the Cardinal G Hid the Marquis de and the Duke of ttf MarfeHJesy is with a that the FreechWeqaipping Men in thai Hai boiif j and that they ate taking on boaflf a of Artillery are iikewife to embark Soldiers afld tis they are defignd for Amer Venice Signior Duodo ii AiBbaffadorfrpm this to taft the paoied Bfi ojEffi our thfrSiates a r The Dwke of been very urgent by in their Demands It appearit vers Perfons of the faid it wiU be intimated to their are the TOWA and ther yee that if of into Pa Sports haO not be refuted them Yeflerday Morning the Aflfck a atwhicl Meffienrs and Qofl Count Rechtereq A Clad ppsd to be inferted among the Demaad ADy is to make upon in Fayoa fioosof each which Clanfe Igreed te make Part of the refpeQiilfe Allies Demandsi Proteftan t Pjen i potentiar ies have had Confrenfies tber Secnsityipf fbme Prpvifipn for the Relief of Tnejr toctnnc with him from Daupbiny ertrf Monfieur Present of thfcjParltamettf of UprsierdbytHe go to U to confer with his Maieftys Plenipeeefitwries and give them fuch neceffary as re late to his Mafeftys the The Eleaor hither lie iDeqiADds prance perial rThe of the Miltn The Imperial were ftfnt to Quarter in are aQTfally oft back and the Infantry ftoii i with their General Zum are tobe tranfported toGatalonia4 The Bcitiflr Men of SteriiDgCaftle Cha here tb wirbthe Dukeiof A DiKch called the retaken anEoglift Veffel laden with and taken the French Privateer 44 with 5 Barks laden The Whi an Englifh has taken a Bark bound from Conttantinopie for laid to be worth Pieces of Mircb Count Zinzendorf and the of the Princes of the have had the Dt rriands of Franc Conferences have nkewtfc been held by all the Mioitters ot the about the Demands they are each to makethey are to hold a final Cocfvrcncc un tbacSubjrtt ro to give have unanimoouy the Im ers haHJnfift on the flDeftitution r the 3 Bifijepricks T and theiCounty ot concurrd the wit that County bein tenfions of the Houfeof Au Tiis King of J ft V Oi from Confiantinople has brqugbX totheS that the Turks have once more againfi Count Zinzendorf an that the Emperor has namd Count Curtanpiipr j I A Js A General Conference was held tbis Mjornuigbetwef inwhich the former rd the ate felves at the Conference But we that the Mt is to go to Vei failles ferfreQi makes ic the they may have Advices from Paris of very wnch Court was in greatPaia for him His ;