Evening Post, April 26, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 26, 1812, London, Middlesex From Saturday April 2oY to To From Prfrw Afrit 30 n H cfcr jriftant for the Vaientiaj there to review theJTrotitoS tod will be fpeedilf being the Cavalry aad the Recruits Th tt a a suraerons ttaifclaft J along the defeated j Poftfrjpfele1 Carried off a great Number of CarriageHorfes aad Provifions are ftill dear in Portugal the Ivlagazines not for Want of ready Mpneyi They have receivd InteHigenee that theSjraniQi is drawing about wity amount to twixt 25 and 30000 The the of Por tugal fent to the to fetch home were not which makes them they may have met with the Privateers that are cruifing on that Six Englilh Men of which faild the a8th but the car rjring 70 ftruck upon a as was turning and was with Part of her 4pril They write from Breft of the ijth That the Jupiter of Malo has brought in there an Englilh with 60 Pieces of Canary on Board and the Margarite brought in of 130 homewards bound from and laden with An Englilh Flyboac is likewife carried into laden with The General of the Galleys of died on the 22d in the 59th Year of the Hague Mi Jpril Tis ad visd from that of 20 which faild from Rochel and Bour for the greateft Part were taken by the upon the French AJjf the Duke of Otmond and the Earlof ScraiFord dmd with van EUemet and in the his and the Lord North and Woudenburg fet out for the The Earl of Strafford conduced them to whence he returnd hither this Tis Sir Thomas Hanmer will win not ftay above 2 or 3 Weeks in and then return From the jimfterfam May Apil The King continues to take the Di ver fion of and the young Prance is The Chevalier de George is and his Mother who has of late been very ill of her Cancer is fomewbat bet Although the Talk of Peace is yet the Pub Jick Securities continue Co be of low as for 62 per but Afrit TTIU rbb VU fis the4Ewperof A J nation lea win make a era mine into he Friiiike 1A A i V J w lT April aBiihe ef and was failing for from bjrt4jf wefl Torti has declare Naples with bis 6 that the Emprefc has Apri The Naples is at laft arrivd In the Germans are preparing to pufe thit Siegf with from tbe Couranti i April Signior this Venetian Minifter has reccivd Orders to depart wrthotrg receiving Audience of the wnowiO come to Mor row to Verfailles from and tarty therej fpme but will after wards go to to give the Workmen Time to finifh the new that leads from Ma jeftya Apartment to the Aa Exprefs arrivd our Plenipotentiaries at and feveral Privy Council1 have been fince and a Cabinet Courier fent to The that the of Portugal and the of Savoy had liftend to fome made by this is come to There are lately brought into the Mint 7000 Marks of Gold from da Ca fibs From the Amfterdw May May Letters from France that to remove all Obftacles to the the Chevalier da George is wiDing to withdrawto and the late his to IJtrecktt April Laft Saturday Marlhal d Uxelles haying receivd a Cabinet Courier from the Bilhop ot Briftol and the Earl of Strafford on in the tSbT that where they had a with the French which lafted 4 the Minifters of the States went tothe Eatiof had a Conference of an Hour andHalf with the Britilh The fame the French Pleni potentiaries came ta Bifbop of where they difcoursd with both i the Britifli Minitters from Four a Clock to Teipat Night after Earl of a little an Bxprefs from the about t i at toglve verbal Account had paisd ia the Confecencesvtith the ;

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