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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 11, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday March to Thurfday March from the jimfterdm March HE Imperial Cavalry which was in continue their March to wards the Milanefe and all things are getting ready at for the Tranfportation of Troops to Barcelo The Duke of Savoys Forces are to begin their March by the Middle of this From the AmfterAtm They talk much of a Marriage betwixt Prince Charles of and the 2d Arch Daughter to the Emperor Leopold and we are that the firft ArchDutchcfs is to go for to take upon her the Regency in Room of the Em MUM March The 3 which were ap pointed by the Parliament of Great to enquire into the Condition of their Forces in and ef the Garrifonsof Port Mahon and pafsd lately thro this City for to confer with the Duke of Savoy after which they are to profccute their Journey to fytisborii March Some Letters that the Reafon why the Emperors Coronation in Hungary is deferd to the Month of becaufe a contagious Difternper is broke out again with great Fury Upper Mircb They write from That the Imperial Ambaf fador at has made a Propofal to that to enter into an Alliance often five and for the Prelervation of the Peace of in cafe the Grand Duke of Tufcaay dies without Iffue We are ad visd that the Governor of Stralfund has causd the Cannon of that Place to be fird upon Ad that the Mufcovites have furrenderd theFortrefs of Weyburg to the The Regency of Sweden has an on all the VefTcls in the Port of in order to tranfport iccoo bun whether they are defignd for or rcent upon Zeeland is not pubiickly Mtifh The Specjficl Dertuvds of ths EltSor HIS moft lerene Eltdtoral Highnefs being apprizd that the Minifters of his molt Chriftian wno were fent to the prefect Conferences for lave dcliverd feme and that fuch Mii fleis oftue Allies is are already come co rhe have thought it necefiary for every one cf them iepa racy to make their Spfcifick Demands His Electoral Highncfs demands in the firft thatallthe Mem bers of rhe Alliance jointly and may have juft and reafonable Saturation given His Highntfs that ie may be main taind in rhe peaceable of the Upper faljrinace arid the Counry of in the Poluiiion whereof lie was by the Ucc with theCoa fent and Appobation of the whole Electoral with all their Emoluments and the ancient Prehemirience of his conformably and according to the Tenor of the lave1 ftiture and Patents which have been granted to asalfo that he may be in all the Burroughs andCaftles which batp been talsen from him by the Arms of his moft ChriftJaa under Pretence of Right of Confifcation or And that he maf receive reafonable Satisfaftion for all the Damages Injuries and for the Contributions which havfe been exafted without The Demtmds of the moft Reverend Lord tie and Prince ofMunfter and HI S Highnefs having neceffitated to employ immenfe Sums during the prefent War undertakea for the Liberty and Safety of all to be at greajf Expence for maintaining his and for tlfat End to burthen his good with eiceffive dontribntibiiS and his Country having fuffered great Damage by the continual Marches of auxiliary Troops On this Account his Highnefs in Right of Satisfaction and In that thole Espences Damages be made good and repaired by the moft ChHftain with fo much the more BecauTe in a the Brliopricks of Munfter and Paderbofh wdrrpbligedf by the Treaty ofPeaceof pay a great Sum of under the cf to the Allies ranee at that Done at Utrechc the 5th of De Tie of bis won fereye ffigbxefs the Lundgryoe of HI S moft fererie Highnsfs having the Honour to be of the Grand and of being engaged to by other particular he neither can nor oughc1 todefireiny thing than thatjthe faid AlliancefhoDld be executed in all its Points and and that eacfr of the High Allies at the General Peace flieFruhsf proceeding from Agreeable hereto his rnoft Highnefs demands jnt the firft intire Satisfaction for all the High ADies ia general and each of them in He demands the Prefervation and lifiiment of the ProtefUnt Religion in theCoUatries longing to the on the Foot of the Peace df and the Claufe added to the 4tli Article cf the Treaty cf Ryfwicli be aboii He demands for his own Security Satif to keep for evtr the Fortrefs of the1 Town of bort KLatz and the little fiailiwick Jcpenciing thereon 5 and that the Article of the Peace ot Ij far as cis contrary to this be And i bring that Reparation be made him icr che Damages he has fuffered by thii and ChaChe
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