Evening Post, August 16, 1712

Evening Post

August 16, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 16, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 16, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday Auguft to Teufday Augwft From the Amflerdam E 1530 Horfes that were Embark ing at were all on Board yefter 5 and the Convoy was to Sail this Day for Barcelona Some Genoefe Veflels having alfo taken on Board ipo more 300 zoo Chefts of and 500 Barrels of Powder are to joyn the Fifty Horfes on Board an Englifh were fmotherdto for want of by the Oversight of the Mafter and who had Ihut the for which Admiral Jennings has con and the General of the Germans demands Reparation for the and that the Officers be The Peace concluded the pth at between the 5 Catholick Cantons and thofe of Zurich and is upon the Foot of the which was concluded and fignd the i8th betwixt the lat ter and the Cantons of Lucern and and which is to continue in its full having only the Five following Articles added to in favour of the Two victorious That the Diftrift in the Free Provinces yielded to the Canton of ftiall be augmented by two or three The Cathotick Cantons hall reftore to Zurich and Inftrament of the Peace Anno commonly calld the The Catholick Cantons hall admit the Canton of to the Government of the common Bailywicks of and of the other Free Pro that are to be reftord to the The Catholick Cantons fhall yield np to the z tor all their Rights and Pretenfions to the Town of Rapperfchwtll and the Taxes belonging thereto as allb the Bridge upon the Lake of Zurich and the Village of which is feated at the Head of that with its Diftricl and The Neutral and Cantons having me diated this fball be alfo the Guarantees of the in all its This Agreement has been fignd by an the Deputies and the Ratifications are to be exchanged this where tis expefted the Dyec will break np to A little Timewill now fhew whether the Abbot ot Gall will continue in his Qbftiaancy or endeavour to come to Terms of From tie Antwerp Auguft We fhortly expefl 5000 Who are on thtir from the Army on the to joyn Prince Our Court Is refolvd to make a new Levy of 8coo jnoft of which are to ferve in Valenciennes t Letters juft arrivd from oar Army The Works againft Doway are ranch before Efquerchin Gate and Batteries fire and Night to difmount the Cannon of the Our Generals flatter that the noc having Men fufficieot to defend his which are of a Vaft will be obligd to avoid being made PrlRraer of with Frotn the If ague The Relict of Doway being fenrid Tis thought our Army will Tpeedily make a fome The Earl of Albt msrle is expefted here fliortly from Auguft A detachment of our Troops has found Means to con vey 1000 Sacks of Corn into Bouchain we are that after that Place will foon undergo the fame Tis thatby the End of this theSratej of the Province of who are now will refolve upon foraething either feeing Affairs cannot ftand long in theCondition they We do not the Fencli will grant a Ccffation of Arms till they have reduced Doway and whether they will agree to it There are Letters from which our Army is to march towards for their commodious and that they may not be of the Surrender of Some are That by this and other Towns on that may be too much Others Prince Eugene will make that Mo tion tc lave if Boocbain and Quenoy and to withdraw out of the la ft of thbfe Places the numerous and fine Artillery we have This Day the Sop to the Lord De was Sworn a Clerk Ex traordinary to the This Day was Pfndamatkjn for a General Sufpenfion of by Sea and betwixt Great Britain and 4 to com mmce from the nth InHant to the nth of Decembers AH taken in the CbameJ mi after the Space of 12 reckoning from the tb rnvbict the Snfpenfion WAS fignd and aS taken after 6 WeeU from the Jitid 8tA of the tbe Brijijb and tbe as far at Cape beytni thatCtpc JbaBbeniutuaPj The late Minifter of lait of Maidftone in OoSunday General Stanhope arrivd here from and went Yefterday to On Thurfday la John Blackftone fcis as Apothecary of Bartholomews Hofpitsland his William Curwen unaaimoufly choTen Apothecary of the faid South Sea Stock was 77 and a to 773 Bank 115 and a India in and a Ten pound Tickets 5 i 6 to 5 2 Claffis or Hundred Pound Tickets 22 10 the firft the SelUr to have the ;

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