Evening Post, September 20, 1712

Evening Post

September 20, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, September 20, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, September 18, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 20, 1812, London, Middlesex TP TV I he livening From Saturday September to Taefday September W O Deputies from the States of Flan are gone to Prince Eugene to fettlethe WinterQuarters and the Subfiftance of the Imperial A Member of the Council of in their That two Millions of Florins be provided by the States of Flanders for their Quota next This Afternoon we had Advice from Utrecht Tbatthe Plenipotentiaries of Portugal had received Orders from the King their to treat with the French Mini fters about a Ceffacion of by Sea and be tween Spain and and that they are preparing a Plan to be deliverd to the Thofe Letters That the Imperial Plenipotentiaries ate of that the Emperor their Matter will agree to a Geffatton of Arms in be foSomivg Relation bits been before the States by Covjit of vobdt paffed between his Footrnen and tbofe of Monfieur 4 E 2yth of the the News of the Aflion JL Denaincame to Count de Rechte ren about lointhe tofee de Mber and paffing by the Houfe of Plenipo tentiary of his moft Chriftian it that Mcnagers Porter and other Servants being at the a the Initant the Count de Rechteren was pafTing they pointed at the Footmen of the faid laughing at them and ufing other indecent Gefticula The Taid Count having met de Moermont in Johns went into the Coach to to take a Turn by the whence returning arid paffing before Menagers it happened that the Porter and other Servants were at the and they pointed again at the Footmen of de Moermont and of the Count de laughing at them andufing other Upon which the Footmen having complaind to their who were the only Plenipotentiaries of the at that Time in Town they thought fit to fend the July Secretary Rutnpf to Mena to make their Complaintsof and to demand Re paration for in an amicable and obliging with that in Cafe Menager fhould abfolutety rcfufe to make the faid he fheuld prefs him rs give a potitive and if he Hill 4honld jead a Paper to That rhe Count de Rechteren pjffing about ioin the 1 the 27th of by the Houfe of Plenipotentiary of fome of hfs Do Eiefticks bting at the clapd thevr Hands and pointed cbeir Fingers at the Dome fUcks of ihff affronted in anoutragious TbataniHpuijaf Rechtereri de they had the Infolence to repeat the fame dalous and indecent And as tbeibjwo Gentlemen cannot confider this without gard to their nor confequently without rc as being likewife an Infraflion lation majjefor the f at ind what relates thereto j they moft ear neftly to bepleafed to Cor reclion to thofe infolent to the SatiifaftiQa of thefe two that they may ope bie forced to do themfelves Juftice that like Cafe they will dp the fa me for the The faid Secretary reported hereupon to mont and the to above and that in civil TeTtns be hadde msnded reaionable Reparation bii had done at our paflSngby That thereupon Mi Menager had rajicd great Diffcul alledging many but that afecHomeJJc upon the Reprefen tat ions and faid Secre tary readipg the Paper Jier laft of Mujsde and the Count de Rechteren ftoyld three a Clock to his tp1 be cojjf routed for difcovsnng the Truth of Upon this de Mocrmont and the Count de Rechteren to go atthree a to to his Servants touching theMatter in Ojieftiejiyatjduto fpeak for to the der and Refpeit and at the Time chargd their on pf their not to name any he guilty of che Things ftanding the Count de bs ing returnd Hoiirie about one of the hardly there an when a Gentleman froni Menager pame on his JMv Menager had about 3 theAf ternoen our go to bis fronted with his DomejKcks pftbisDdmefticks being gone putjof backet he that for the Confronting fiiould jto next hecaufc then all his Servants would Which was greedto by the Count deRefehjefefli nefs that fef Even the 28th of for tHe The Menager fint totell that after hjs 2 Servants werereturnXhe had i made Inquiry into theMatter buMbat denied the of were that eve ;

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