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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 4, 1812, London, Middlesex g From Tuefday March to Thurfflay March March Tie JJemmds of their High Mightinejfii the Lords the Mites General of tbi Vnited of hi tioft jor a General The States HAT his rrioft Chriftian well for himfdf as for the Prince or Princes his and all others who might pretend hall renounce and caufe to be renounced in the moft ftrong and raoft ample all the Right which He or the Prince or nnccs his or might claim to the Spanifh as they were poffefled or ought to have been poffeffed by the late Catholick King Charles to the Treaty of Ryfwick And becaufe the Dutchy Town and Fortrefs of with the County of the County Town and CaftleofNa mur as alfb the Towns of Charleroy and are ftill in the Power of France or its his moft Chri flian Majefty fhall caufc the faid and with all their Appurtenences and Depen and whatever elfe might further appertain to the faid Spanifh Netherlands defcribed aj in the Condition in which the whole now with the Fortifica asalfowith the and Ammuni tions of War now aflually with all the Records and which relate to the faid Spanifh or to any Part of to be im after the and at furtheft within 15 Days after the Exchange of the put into the Hands of the faid Lords the States 5 to be reftored with the reit of the Spanifh already recon to his Imperial and Catholick asfoon as che faid Lords and States fhall have agreed on the Manner wherein the Spanifh Netherlands fhall ferve for their Barrier or and as foon as his Imperial and Catholick conformably to the Treaty ot Munfter shall have likewife made over to them in a I Propriety and Soveraignty the Upper Quarter ot Wel for an Equivalent to be agreed That the Towns and Places of with its Verge Lille with its Doway with the Eert of Scarpe and and all the Caftellany of with the Governments and Bailliages refpeftive therein con alfo the Country of Loeu and the Bourg ot Gor its Citadel and the Aire with its Bailliage or Government with Fort Terou Lillers with its with its De Bethune with its Government or and Souchain its shall remain to the faid Lords the with the whole Extent of their Bail Appurtenances and Dependences Parts annexed or Parts inclcfed within other without any the whole in the lame Manner as the moft Chriltian King has poffeffcd all the fjid Forts or with all their Appurtenances ana Dependences Parts annexed or Parts before the piefeat War And that the moft Cbnftiaa as well for himfelPas for the Princes his Heirs and Succcffori born or to be shall renounce in favour of the faid Lords the in the moft expreffive and moft ample all Pfetenfionstq the fain and all their Appurtenances Parts annexed and Parts in clofed within other That His ffloft Chriftian as well for bim felfas for the Princes his and Sncceffots or to be fball by the Treaty of Peace now to be in the moft pofitive and mott ample and immediately after the and at furfhjeft wirlita fifteen Days after the Exchange of the fhall caufe to be evacuated and delivered up to the Lords the Furoesand therein in eluding the Eight Parifhes and Fort the of Loo and Dixmuyden with their Yprcs with the Caftellany and and the Towns and Caftellanies of Baillieul or Belle Warne and depends on the heretabove Valety ennes with its Conde ajid Maubeuge with its Proroftfhip the whole with jail their Parts and Parts with out excepting any thing the whole in the fame Mac as the moft Chriftitn King does now poffefs all thofe Forts wit Dependancesr Parts and and with the thefr at pre as alfo with the Cannbtts tions of War now and the 7lapefsi Archives and Records which concern the faii Fortsr their Dependances andAppqrte The faid Lords the States to be intirely to as well concerning the faid Netherlands as concerning the faid Towns and Places whichthey fhall retain and keep in their and concerning the others which they deteand befides of for their his Imperial and Catholick iMa jefty and his Succcffors in the Spanifh and to make thereupon fuch Conventions from time to with his Imperial and Catbolick his as the faid Lords the States fhall think This Condition to bs positively that na Fortor Place of the fiid Spar nor of thofe which fhall be yielded by the moft Chriftian shall ever be tranf ferred or given or devolve tothe Crown of nor to any Prince or Princefs of the Houfe or Line of either by Venue of any Ex Matrimonial by WiU or ab any other Title nor ever bi put in whatever into the br under the Authority ofthetnoft Chriftiao or Prirvcefjot the Houfe or Line of That his mcft Chriftian Majcfiy shall not in any Manner oppele or hinder the Garriftns which are shall be tn the Paic of the faid Lords
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