Evening Post, March 6, 1712

Evening Post

March 06, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, March 6, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Friday, March 4, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 6, 1812, London, Middlesex The From Thurfday March Ifo March From the Hague March HE who is at prefent in this with his whole Courry receivdYefterday an ExprefsJrom which brings the Confirm mation of the Delivery of that to the purfuant tor his Czarian Majeftys AH the Fortifications were the Chriftian fent tor and the Suburbs except 2 Houfes wbicK the Governor fufferd to ftand He deliverd tq Turks 60 fmall Pieces of Cannon for which they paidbinr 5100 Purfes of The Czar is not to go for Mofcow j but intends in a few to a Tour to One of the Emperors who had been fent to to notify to the Grand that the Emprefs had taken upon her the Regency of the returned the 2ifc with a congratulatory Anfwer from the The Letters he are dated the 23d pafc and that the Grand Signior was ready to fee out for where he intends to refute during the Summer That the Army is alfo to affcmble but will not pafs and tisexpefted the Peace watb Mufcovy will be renewed in the From Paris La ft the d Offuna and Count Bergheik went to to condole His They in a few to go for to deliver to the Eleftor of the by which Philip makes over to his Eleftoral Part of Spanilh IramfortMarch The Imperial Troops defignd for the amounting to 23780 are off their March and the Forces that are to aft on the in junftion with thofe of the are to quit their Quarters by the End of this Troops daily pafs jn tola Neighbourhood tin their March to forrrta Can which isorderd The whole will confift of 18 Battaliions and 20 whicrtare Co extend faora Anthoine to March At the general Conference held the pth the Portugal Minifter complaining that the Correfpon dence with lay under greater Difficulties than any for want of Paffports the Jdinifters that they had writ upon Subjeft co and hoped they fhoudd foon be able ro give the Minifcer of Portugal Sasisfkaion l The Portugal Minifters took that Occafion to that for want of Paffports they had not yet been able to fend the Demands pf the Allies to their Court upon which the Minifters rf the States General delivered them Paffports for 6 Couriers for one Month oriLyy as they had been defuecL tie Spetfift Itemtwdi jaidiuofl of HIS facred Royal of the Iritereft would be urilefs and fingular the Spanilh Monarchy was fifled by the Catbolick King to theHoufeof that the whole Mortarcby of eluding the yleWcd afid moft potent Empftraruflteft Rw exceprtbofe Cities Territoriesj Lands amd by Agreement between thecmpftfedeac i and moft Leopold afld tbe tfoft fereneand paceht Pjinca PcteS cbe other are tobe toad That Rrancb yieldto Ringsof Portugal for Crown pretendsi the North commonly cafled tbe NOfCfcCaJei beJohgtugtb the TerritorieaOf the Staieof andfitirate between the River of Amazons Wr Vincen t Pifo notwithttanding any elthw fierial Or decifivej made coicerriing Right to thofe Countries alfoi Francryield ptetemte ta other Territa Hisfaid ftcttfl Royal Majefty bf Portugsl r befides to Righr of making nroft o thatpnffuanc juft and eqnitaBle and eacb ofthre apBatbeif Laftlyj tbatthe likl given by France to tfie Friends of the faid mott and whert cbeKef ation of Peace is more for the Lofles mages they have fdftaihdTroin Fiinfeti Mirth 1712 The of AS the aft Sathfaftion of his Royal Highrfeft of Sa voy cannot be better regulated than by his Tre4 tiespf and by Security for his pc Thac in the Treaty of Peace tobe and intoBteftabte belonging to Bis and whichwas by thelfflftrf IV Ring of tothe Suoceffitm of Mxftiafchy oV inrmediately aftertBe moft Atguft be maintaind whole and witboiltf having the leaift Prejudicedone andthst preferable to his faid RoyalHighoefe fliall be iritrwiiJc edior eftablifhd in any of the A i ;

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