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Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 20, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday March to Saturday March From the AmScrdam March DrefdeVy March HE King is to go for the 21 ft His Horfe Guards have al ready pafied to fecure the Roads on the Frontier of UpperPo Orders are for keeping in Readinefs So or go Horfes at every that the Court may conveni ently perform the in 8 The Diet of this Electorate continue Deliberations upon his Majeftvs We hear that the Czar in tends to come from Petersburg to to have an Interview with the From thi Amfterdam March March Circular Letters have been fent throughout this for makingof new to the Number of 4000 Men and they are to be all raisd by the Beginning ot Our Viceroy has recalld the fent fome time to the Barons of the King whereby they were obligd to appear in this and perform the ufually praftisd upon the Coronation of an his Imperial Majefty having fignifyd that it is his Pleafure they fhould be erempted from From the Hague March March The Differences betwixt the Courts of Vienna and Turin are not yet accommodated The Imperial Minifters have that the Duke of Savoy oblige himfelf to pay a Proportion of the this State has on Account of the Lands yield ed to his Royal Highnefs The Dukes Plenipotentia ries on the other Hand to be repaid for what his Royal Highnefs has furniflid to the Imperial Troops thefc 5 or 6 From the Bruffels March March The Mufcovite who has been here fome fets out to morrow for the Da nith at whence we are fince the Arrival of the of General and other Generals which had been fent the Conferences of State and War have been Moft of the Danifh Recruits have joynd their which are to be compleated by Middle of They write from that they have made an End of cleansing ana purifying the which had been infected with the Plague and there being no Ciufe to that there areany remains of the the Regiments which were obligd to encamp without the are taken in Letters from Pomerania the Swedes jn Stetin had a Defign the Mufcovite General when he was to take a near View of the about thac in order to Part of theGarrifon had poft cd themftWes in a certain Paffage But that having fome Intimation of orrteid Troops to who the and made them tetire ia Difot dcr inco the wuh the Lois uffeveral Men killd and The Swedes expeft a Fleet from Carefe with Reinforcements and which are to be landed in the Ifle of Letters from Berlin im that the Recruits for the Proffian wfiictf winterd in the were to begin their the u5th But that 4 Regiments which were recalld from after the laft are to continue in for the Security of their Frontiefsf We have receivd that the Mufcovite General having defird to be difmifsd from the Service of the Field Marfhal the fame wasrefqsdf he took a 50 Officers and 6coSolders But General Intelligence of his intercepted him j and afteraf vigorous theaforefaid General Weisback waV and the others were brought back to their From the Mdrcb March NineWaggons arearrJTd fiere from with Mounting for orir Giariifonj Room is making for fuch Troops as we threK neighbouring The were iriOttr are fent away to make Room for better All the large Magazines of Pottage are removd ftributed into divers Quartersoi the for fear of a and only fome fmall Stacks are left ftaad ing on the plain and all the Houfekeepers are ordered to provide themlelves with feveral Tunof keep it in their March The Regiment of Bourbon is that is put Into the and more Troops are fpeedily Two greac Stacks of Hay are removd to the whicb flood on the are taken down Cannon are planted on divers that command the Heights about this Towu and CTtradeh From the March Provifions arrive here life of the flying the Eleftor of Bavaria is to com mandon this March We have lately receivd divers coa fiderableConvoys from Lifte and The Troops of the Allies arrive in great in be We have not yet receivd any Advice qf the Enemys Motions But they are making great parafions at Cambray and againft a Siege the former they are demplifhing the that ftaad wichin Reach of their March Befides the 30 Men of thac aretoaft1 i junction with 50 welhall equip aconfid for the Security ot our Trade inthe Bafctek and The Lmpefial MShifters have ral with the Penlionary and Deputies of the about the Barrienn the vers DirBculties are reraovd by the Mediation ofthe Portugal
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