Friday, May 6, 1712

Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 6, 1812, London, Middlesex From FtfdtttyMiiytfi to Thurfday May O ii 17 Ba ttaUions fitft whereof wifl arrive he and the the 1716 1 8thj and ibe at thV jnea n ble to haying as ft at covers the tfie have made fo tljat tis break it down wicixout Our Governor that fome French Parties infefted the 4p Squadrons j chat ee iletcfc there bpiirg none at wKcl vWfs flit the and moft of them are like to be rtoiAd ty the rfnintbe Antwtrf QurMtt By erpiefs Orders ftcua the of jft t Dowlas wife the Englift with all the Hprfes fer and a great Nuinber df with The Armies con ib their former he a of the Enemys is it who which was feiid by he is foBicitfirg at Court fora Share of that framtte Leiden Lfthfftj Germans iialre Fort tf Camcciofi niade of of Por to Hercole defends bimfelf and tokes fre Sillies wto piifli theSiege great fihce the Arrival of the great which came to Orbitello the i8th Inftant with feme iS Pieces of heavy fome 4000 Granadoes and other Am is is Pro qt of the Engljfb dithftlicfcSi ip Rppp i of the fdiaal This Week z ConlVftorief were to difpatch the Procedures and Formalities ne fpr the Caaonizatioa of the new wr v zation Eraserniues jointly Q are adviid from that the Gonfederate Fleet fons r c our contrary to the Ru treat them without Mercy tj They talk of Peace more ever in Cfty aotlt we ace aflif rdjithat oCojnmcrcr us and Great Tn a FortnigbtCMH 3 pages of the SpanHa rej Weeks and ihey vak opjv for b repair to Oar Kingf to the Specifick the Allies have been feveral Times fent 19 always fenc back with or makethem the ethein to thai the hayeput Tatd Anfwers That fh be accepted as now to London and in order to their to the who may afterwards give ia the ordinary of that

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