Sunday, July 17, 1712

Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 17, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Po l From Tharfday Joly Saturday July 1712 arrivd One Mail from front tke Amfarttm fufy E are advisU from that the Deputies on both were come to an touching the Reform of the intro by the Cathoiick in the that beiongd to the Cantons in with Re fpeft to Government and Religion and that they daily erpefted the Ratification of the aforefaid frem their ref Superiors In the mean they are taken up id regulating the other particularly that regard the and the Reiniburfement of the Charges of the Count Trautinansdarf has to the Cantons of Bern and Zurich a Letter from the in Favour of the A6bot of wherein his Majefty de among other that the 2 Cantons ihoutd withdraw their Troops from the Territories of that and reinftate him in the Pofleffion of afl that belongd to The Abbots who hitherto had kept has begun to fioce the DC livery of that Letter and has presented two containing the abovementiond Demands But the Gen tlemen of Zurich and Bern contented themfelves with anfwerhig that if the Abfeel was fmcerely inclirfd to enter into a ought to begin by ex plaining himfelf upon the PcopoFals made by them to theCatholickCantonsj and that without NQthipg was to be The French AmbafTador is making greaft Preparations to regale aH the Deputies reOdihg a as thePeace is The Deputies of the 5 Catbpiick Can who art goiie Home for the RSeifieatiofl of the they have negotiated thofe of Zurich and expefted fliortly at If they bring the tis expected the Peace wiH be tho the Cantons of Zog and Schweitz ftould refufe to by Reafon Populace being unwilling to ac cept of the Conditions agreed has mide an In farredion againft the Magiftracy The 3 other Can eons are to be the Guarantees of the and engage toconftrain thofe ofZog and Schwekz to figo i Zurich and Bern are tohavethe Courity of and Part of the including Breaigarren SAdvice is juit that the Regencies of Zug and Schwehz are fa fully of the Jufticeof our that they hsvs not only to after the Example of thofc Ury 2nd bat have alfo fent to demand ovs for ending Troops them and threatento renew their Mutts thought we bafl likewife topacify thofe Their bating to us for Succour makes it that they arelunder no we hould attack their1 Liberttes tir Religion This profreslikc that the of Vien wron which has entermedld io this has1 informdi and if had taken therflnforhJdtibntft in the Catholick Cantons wyulc not acied as they Tiave from the Paris tfjiJjf J x from tbe Camp at Wcliave that in tbe wherein he Enemy were the 7th by Count de their Knmber a mounted only to whom 144 made Prifne among them a great many Officers Tfeat oo above aoo of them thf or near Pont on the Doway and to which Place trie The Night between the and jot hy coming to with Crtatd of the Leftpf the felvej in the Vifiage of in the ChucchYard of Vale de Tingii font out pew toe of Count Brigadier add of I of the Chevalier de ofttp Regiirfent andtif Aftioawas ftatpanot obftinafe Inequality Ene Houfes anJ ted and forcM to abandon and their killd and wounded They had Men killd or woun Was wounded iff the a Officers were alfo Captai Granadiers of Louvjgnyy the of the Regiment of Brcffc and his LacH trtinr wrrr t3 Tis that Marshal whois from hisCamp near Catelettowards GbateaBCa is preparing fora having1 fehf his Bag gage and JtiifRkll the apd fbe the Coatt On the other tTlii4 t1 neceflwy

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