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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 1, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numi From Saturday March to Tuefday March fefterdty arrfod One Mail from From the March From tbi Camp at Merp le or la Fotriet OH the mber Side the March H E in the we ar rSvtt near thePIace The by Break of we pafsd the Abbey of Bonne and came to this by 10 in the We attackd the Bridge of the which was guarded by French But the perceiving we were fending fome Men over the River in a fmall retird in great leaving behind one Man killd and one Eight of the Enemies Squadrons flood on the ether the River but being that we were making a and that fome of our Men were al ready pafsd the they retird to their The Englifli then went immediately over to attack the Caftle of la where 150 French are pofted In the mean Time we are undermining the Stone Bridge and at Midday the fame is to be blown We are likewife ruining the which will be done by to Morrow Morniag when we are to return The French have abandond the Caftle of la wherein our Men found a good Quantity of Bread and By our the Na vigation of the the French will find it dit fieuk to make new inftcad cf thofe burnt at March Count Dhona with the that were drawn out of the Garrifons of Brabant and deftroyd the Enemies Sluices on the On Saturday Evening the Ring being in petfefl Healthy was condold by the whole Court upon the Deathof the late March 7bt Reprefentativn eftte Statet General to tie Court ff GreSt by a Letter dated 1712N THAT during the whole Cottifeof her Majeftys Glorious they have had nothing more at than to cultivate and maintain with Her a good Confidence and and rare them the moft they poffibly always them abfulutely and especially in the prefent That thty ILkewife they could not give a better Proof of this their than that which they lately gave in agreeing to the Proportion which her Majrfty hadcausd to be made to the Negotiation of a jjeral Peace with the concurring with her Jttajefty the blinking together oftheMini tiers of all the High Allies to the Congrefsac Thar they are nothing can more contribute the Difpatch and Succefs of that than a and iutire Harmony between her Mayfly and their That as they had the Honour to con clude with her Majcfty the 2pth of the Trea ty of mutual commonly calld the Barrier ratified on both Sides in the authenciclc they lookd upon it not only as a Foundation of thfeir own fecuring which they entered inta the prefent War and have carried it on fo many but likewife as a firm Support of that good Underftanding and Union between her jefty and their which they fo earneftly an4 lincerely defire to fee continued fo that they could never doubt in any that they fliould not at all times enjoy the Effect of the faid That having not long fincje been inform ed that in England fome were of Opinion that the Treaty in fome Articles might be prejudicial toner Ma jettys commiffioned Buys their Envoy extraordinary then going to to inquire wbap that might be thought and Authorized him to treat about with herMiT jeftys and tj if by aD the Explanations that mscef fany which tbif were fut in ffopet would not fa very totun once tbej Jbould bxoe confetrted Mojefljt as itey did to procure A Cmgrefttvtt of A general that the Mi faid during big Refidence in Eneli able to finiih that AfFajr to reciprocal Saitafa that it having been remitted to the no Wiyt hitherto been founi to terminate it j their High Mightinefles tbint they Readynefs to comply with any juft Expedient tbat r reafonably be expected from them h1 that the principal the that it might prove the of her Makrftys Subjects in the that fome nad entertaind an thatthe States might defign to take by to make themfelves Mafteis of faid Spanilfr Netherlands their High MigKtraeflcs did and by this Letter do voluntarily repeat that it never was their nor will make ufe of of their fortified of the to prejudice to any ner the Commerce of Subjeits j t their Opinion That whateverrelates ta Nayigatit and Commerce ought to be fettled on an that fo her Majeftys charged with higher Duties oflm port acion or Exporta tion then to rhe end Commerce may on by both Nations on an equal That High Mightincfes did a this That they n o making tberofijlves of the Spapifh therUods in whole or in part contenting thtnifelves have Garrifons in the Places meniond in the 6th ArttV with the Revenues fpecificd in the nth is ftipuUtcd by the others feperire from the fiid That befidesj they have nee the
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