Evening Post, June 3, 1712

Evening Post

June 03, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, June 3, 1712

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Previous edition: Tuesday, May 31, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 3, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poft Tnefday June to Thurfday Jane From the Hague June May H E Indulto upon the broaght Home by du is at latt re gulated at i and a in cluding the Charges to be paid to the aforefaid for bringing them from Our Troops in Eftremadura lie in two feparate Ba the one in las and the other beyond the Some of the Portugal Troops ase like wife and probably wili draw near to by reafon of the Abundance ef rage on that The Duke of Vendome is gone to to vifit the Magazines and be near that he may with the greater Conveniency give Orders for opening the From the Supplement to ibe Letters from Leopold and Warfaw that the Seraskier of Beader has in feveral Places on the Frontiers of Mufcovy and the Peace con cluded betwixt the Ottoman Port and The Troops of the Palatine of after having ruirid the greateft Part of the Lands of the Crown are countermanded by the faid Palatine But the General has fent an Exprefs to Bender to demand Satisfaction j whereupon the Seraskier difpatchd a Courier to Con to know the Sentiments of the Some Advices add that the abovementioad being fenfible of the bad Pofture of his is retired to to take new May Tis difcoursd but as the little Cantons are not unanimous to fend their Deputies and the Refolutions of the Diet beiag of no when the Affairs of all theJProteftaat Cantons are to be treated if but one of the Catholick Cantons refafe to believM the Affembly wiH not The French Ambaflador is ftifl at whence the Imperial Miaifter is retirM to on the qtber Side the our Magistracy Commiffions who are forthwith raife as manyCompanies of 200 Men TheTroops of which were at the Camp at are marchd towards to joyn the Troops on that Side and Collonel who was feveral Years in the Dutch is gone to command the entire Body of the Troops of The Duke of Sa voy has writ a very obliging Letter1 to Zurich aud wherein his Royal Highnefs gives Per miflion to Collonsl who is at his to remain in as long as the Mef fieurs of his fliall have Occafion for We hear that a certain committed to the fPrifon of upon has that others were commtfliond by the Abbot of that Vallaifans have fent 1000 to the Affiftance Canton of From the Hague fune April Since the Exchange the new Treaty of nothing of Imp pend here and we cantoot yet leara has come to aoy upon the duftipg home Che JLing qf Swedes MtftrKjHjifunt the the Teutonic Order flm 9400 roarchdfrpm tie NeighbourhpoA for the At Van Rechtecen Baggage was take the Opportunity good a Guardis rial battis they wiu pafs di from the County of Lureraburg perfernvd milittfE3Kri cution upoa the of boutanHoufs March from we the Execution theycommit ted at former and tte Hoftages Ukefl will jbartty j u Three Days Eugenes Bi was fent hence for the Army and Waldercn f which ia thcsNighti by thisBb forward to where they are to further On the 300 latelysame hither to fetch theEquipage w n W l back to the Army yefterday a coqfiderabk3Sfnmbec of the feme Geiwral Regiment of which came 2 marchd Yefterflay to St whence we the Regiment ofElft is maich4to Marc that they ace bufy there in debarking I which h fent forward to Bouchainy to The Imperial Hufiars make daily and return every Timejwith Laft Tlxurfday that a Detachment of Hbrfeand Foqtjrom met with the famous French Party at a Country Hoofe he has abont from where took bltiv bringing him hithers that he hsd Permiffion to pafi thioXuch PJacisasifc to the 2 The ftegiiHBntfiofH of the Teutonick Ordei is7 exprf March to My TWs camejn a opfeff from the but Jaft Ire Put in the from for to carry to ;

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