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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 29, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thurfday May to Saturday May From tte Hague Courantt May H EVenetian Refident has fent Or ders to the Inhabitants of Bari and prohibiting the Exportation of Oil from that On the laft Day of the Feftival of Ja whofe Blaod turnd Liquid according to the Peoples we were frighted with an but it had no other Mount Vefuvius throws out now and then a Stream of fulphurous towards la Torre del Greco and on the other the Fire has advancd a Mile into the Our Viceroy has renewd the Order prohibiting the carrying of Fire under a fevere of our Gallics have taken two Sicilian laden with Provifionsand Silk They alfo found on Board the fbme Difcoveries of great My The Indulto not being yet fixd at Ma all Bufinefs is at a which occafionsa great of A French Ship from whichpnt in at the is arrivJ here j he was 45 Daystn her and brings that there wereBoSpanifl Ships there from the Weft Our is not expefted till Ofteber or fo that rhe Eteparture of the Flotilla is ftill the more There to be a Lofs of 10 or per Cent upon the Silver which was filhd up out of the Barlovento Ad and we that 2 Thirds of the other Goods are loft but otter Advices diminilh this Out Troops and thofe of Zurich having taken the Towns of Mellingen and advancd fur ther into the Enemies which the inhabitants the Valley of Goflau they fent Deputies our Generals to beg the Protection of the two CantqnSj and to fignify that they hope o find the fa vourable the Inhabitants of Tockenburg met in Confideratton of their having been cruelly dealt and deprived their Liberties for a considerable by the Abbot of When our Men took of the aforefaici they at the fame time tbetwo adjacent Abbeys of the Upper and Low in which the chief Officer that commanded in one of thtm was The Town of Rapzach has and the Abbey of Gall is by our which havereceUd very ftridt Orders to abftain from plundering and fo that they c a fevere From ikt Amfttiizm June ViennitNuy The hmperor has anlweid prcvifio nally to the King of Swedens Latin touching the Breach of the Treaty by the Invali on of Pomerania aud othtr Provinces of the Citcle of the Lower by the Thac thcRcdrtTs did lie in him but inthe Empire and that his Majefty would not fail tojay the fame and to recommend and fecond it with hisat moft Power But his Imperial Mijefty took thispPr to let the Swedifh Ambaffador that he very much wonders the Ring of Sweden has bb therto made Difficulty of acknowledging him as Spain and the notwUhfianding all the pbtehtatei of the Enemy only have that even the Grand Signior has not fcrupld to do iK The Swedilh Minifter gave feme Reafons cufing his Matter but they not fatisfying the his Majefty advisd him to writer again about that May Weare advisd from that a6 great Ships have been feenqnthii Side Bornhplm j as Men of War and FrfgatS aire this Men or war and frtgats are that has been mattes it beiievd there I been an the Part of theSwedift xSfei bat want Swedift Trantportt are not yet arrivd in as was r neral Scholten has given OrdefVto aQ the j to be ready to March in 14 Mq The Freach puties of the Neutral CinCQns gone to in Qohjpert with the aD the Romiflj to put an End to the Var which rages with great Furjf j would not fend any Deputies tis ii i whether ie will let to tbjial good his that Jf a Heap of and be ne would liften to no AgreementBqtfls hdpd the ators and contending Parties will hate other We have been much alarms ujion a that fhxijf French were coming to bombard this and our Adi vices from the Frontier told that the Marquis de Bay was to make aa Irruption into our Territories 9t the fame timer But this Alarm is over and ceivd Intelligence frorri that only 6 or Men of War have put to Sea from jhat another fuppbsd to be againft our HomewSfS bound Brazil we are in no great Paiafojcj feeing Admiral Bater the ad the Elizabeth and them at the Wcttern Lord gone ro where his Prefrrlce is very at this Jufiirare for we are advisd from the Matquis de with 32 Bartallions and 67 Sqa has pafaM the Caya and our Forces not being ftrong enough to the will ravage the on Our Tf oops ace Ml cjntond about for Sccuiiry tf chofe We are impatient frj have a further Acccaor of the Esemics aiid
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