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Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 1, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday April to Thurfday April From the to the April March HEY write from that the KingofPruffia has notifyd to theDyet of the that their Czarian and Polilh Majefties having refolvd to fend 40000 Men thro his into he has been obligd to re calp Battallions amounting to betwixt 3 and 4000 from the Nether leaving ftill about Part in and Part in We are that the Prufliaa which were have receivd Orders to return to the From the Amfterdam April March We are embarking Battering Pieces for the Siege of Porto Hercole and 2 Englifh Men of War are ready to with other with Provifi onsfor Mount Vefuvius continues to throw out thick with a great and fometimes April 4The States of this which were affcmbld to deliberate upon the demand ed of by his Catholick are feparated wrthout coming to any Refolution tis faid they are to in a fhort His Majefty de mands 600000 Florinsof the Province of of 100000 of and 12000 of the Pro vince of for fubfifting the Imperial that are to ferve in thefe with Forrage and From the Supplement to the Amflerdam April April After the Minifters of the Allies had deliverd to thofe of France their infifting on an Anfwer in Writing to their they took under the Nomination of a general Pro tocolift or Regifter of their Deliberationsbutnot agree ing in the Nomination of any particular re folvd that each Minifter fhould keep their own Prince Eugene is fhortly expefted From the Hague Afril March We that the which is preparing to carry to 8000 Foot and 1500 is to bring hither the who is to ftay at Milan for foroe time and that the Emperor in tends likewife to go that he may be at Hand to give Orders concerning the Spanifh Affairs as well as thofe of the A Galley is expefted here from to tis the Great Duke of Tuf cany will add one of in order to carry the Eleflorefs of Bavaria to from whence that Princefs is to go to the Eleftor at April Part of the Imperial Troops de tignd tor Flanders are expefted here in 2 or 3 The French give that all their foreign Troops that are now in the to be feat to Alface and that a like Number of French arc togo thither la their From the Amfterditm April March General Frankenberg having formd a Defign to furprife marchd from Santa Co with 3000 Men of Regular lome Miqut 6 Field Pieces and 2 Mortars But the Governor having Notice of this got a Reinforcement of Troops from the Parts and gave the Ene my fo good a that they were obligd to retire the i4th from the Paris Afril They write from the aotn that the Enemys Miquelets having advancd into that to get by reafon of the great Scarcity of Pro vifions in their met with divers Repulfes by one of our Regiments of and were retire into the Several Pieces of with are corae from to where a great Convoy of from is and 6 Battalions with drons from They that there has beea a great Tumult at upon Occafion of the Sub fidies demanded by Count for the Mainte nance of the Imperial Troops That the having divided themfelves into 2 divers B cryd Long livening Philip whereupon to and feveral were killd on both Afril Tis advifed from Toulon that a Convey of all forts of Provifions was preparing there to be fent to Rofes And that 4 Men of War of 60 Guns each 3 were fitting out and Yitfualling fo 3 ia order to croife tis faid for the Security of our homewardbound Smyrna Morel the Englifh thej TufcanyGalley came in with 3 French Barksjj which the took under the Fortrefs of April Don Louis the King ojf Portugals fecond and third Minifter of the of being lately arfivi from affifted in the general Conference yeffec4 Thomas Harley is arrivd here to Confer Her Majeftys before he purfues hift Journey to the Court of This JMoming the Minifters of the Proteftant Princes and held a Conference with the Bifhop of about the common Intereft of fecuring their and cularly about annulling the 4th Article of the Treaty off Ryfwick And they all agreed to go together to Countji to Confer with him on the fame Subjefi j which they accordingly did to Day at i TJtrecb
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