Evening Post, June 17, 1712

Evening Post

June 17, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, June 17, 1712

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Tuesday, June 14, 1712

Next edition: Sunday, June 19, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 17, 1812, London, Middlesex From June to Jane 1712 J tt E GaUeys and other t bat were feat hence to ireturnM laft Friday wit the Prifoners taken in Fort who art pot into the Chateau but the who were in the aforefaid Fort and Porto afl fent to the Galleys Fife Recruits are come to for which eon tfflneVtp with great frbnlctbe si Aper tures bf deftroys Vines and other Fruits of the circumjacent jfune The French have 18 Battalliens and 18 Squadrons in and the reft oftheir Army is ro re main in the County of Nice add the VaBeyof Baron Zamzungen is as is rte Earl bf Peterborough j hfs to th6 Court of The Geraan that are to ferve in Italy and tbofedcfigBd tor continue their refpeftive Marches with great from June PtUrnlb in byOrderoftheGotirtaf diflblvdtbe CotJncil of and new oneand Prince 3overnon of causd 3 RegMnenfetof re come in here tee open fdf what Realoa is hot Some Days z MalteCe Men of aftarp unne Height ofCape rook a Rorer of of 52 which as they were carrying to funk by the Way and of 300 on about 80 only were We have receivd a that the Differences betwixt the Algerines and concerning their are and the betwixt tbofe From the Hague tfutte June The of thii Canton and tbofc of encreafe daily upon the Borders of the Catholick with Defign to hinder fdme of which have hitherto ftood from declar ing for the Abbot of The major Part of the Forces of Bern are eocampd at The De puties of the County of fet out this for the Congrefe at June Two Day arrivd here an Ez preTs from with Letters of the lift of that General Nebot had fallen upon a Body of the Enemys in the Conca de Trempy be tween Sarocca and the Bridge ef and befides the made Lieutenant General Don Miguel de the de Villa Collo oel of a French Regirhrnc of theCnevalier CoDonel of the Regiment of Hoffc 328 and wife intercepted a going thg Guard eonQftittg of a Compaoiej of 3arif Captains with other were made Another Detachmen t took 400 vifions for the XSironne TbeCEneiny have JencampM felves about and are cutting nddwff a 11 the Cora t Oar Arnly caattnucs at si 201 BifacQa x Letterfront vice front Madridruthat aa fExcbangeiOt Efcalona for General Stanhope ofBificciS for General was agreed npojiti jo nvnoi ri From tte Hague From the Camf the i 8th One the fa me Line 5 the jneaih Hwft belonging to the jgrarid Aimf made a Eorrage id OT4 where they hadfeveral ofithe i myi Traops wbicji lay fleahour HorleS about after having made 3 good TwxLOays agoTMaiUhal Viflars about Abfconj havflig rfie Dayj my and agafnft the Leffcrfi Our great Ann few make tis laidj for the Conveniency of Torragew tte June We are that the Catholick that Regeofscaf Zuricb and Bern as a the Expence of the if a SulpettBon of Armsffionld be proposd to have judgd itipiopet to defire tbofe 2 Cantoia to declare oawhat Terms they are wiDing ts come to a fpeedy Peace t Thefjan that thaby the Rights they all they hare theyare content to Part of cbofe JVcqui fit U 1 dni That previonfly tbe commuted judicc of the Reformed Religtoav and totheir certain Lordftiips in common with which Complaint had been made of a long but to no Effcft be That the Affair t ad C That they be the Charges prefent r H That ail be fettled and The ;

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