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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 2, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numb From Thurfday October i to Saturday Odober 1712 From the Leiden HE Deputies of the Abbot of Gall having declard to the general of held Ba that they could not treat without the Empcrois Approba bation and it was u nanimouQy refolvd by the Cantons not to enter into Negotiation with and fo the Diet broke after having terminated feveral other The Deputies of the Roman Catholick Cantons went immediatly Homes but thofe of the Proteftants are to continue at till to to fee what Anfwer will be an the De puties of the Abbot havefcnt to tneir todefire of him full for treating of an wkh the Cantons of Zurich and without the Par ticipation of any Foreign The Peace con cluded between thofe a Cantons of the one Pattx and thofe of and Zug on the has been confumd in the abovementiond Diet at Baden Several Copies of the Treaty were and feaPd with the great Seal of each and the Ratifications afterwards exchanged befides a particular Treaty was rejating to the Proteftant and Popifh Religions and this it is to be in the Name of the 13 in all the which hold of them in The Can con of Bern has nominated pitcher de Riquebach the to go to the Diet at in Quality of theit Deputy The Canton of Zurich has Ukewifc namd a Deputy to go on their Part and they have to reprefent to the general Diet of the that the County of being in closd in which is acknowledgd to be in dependant of the cannot be reckond an Impe perial Fief and therefore they have Ground to that the Emperor and Empire will not concern them in the Affairs of from the Paris Letters from Madrid of the joth paft that General Staremberg Jhad not then receivd his and that not without great pacify the People of Barcelona and who oppofe the Departure of fhe They write from the that in the Ex curfion our Troops made into the Marquifate of they loft about 60 Men and a Lieutenant by Rrafon of their being to force feyeral Paffages guarded by the On the Orders were given to 30 Battallions to march towards not having fervM ia the Skge of Qaeny will probably be made life of in that of the Deputy Governor whereof be ing indifpoid has oelird Majfljal w T Order to his being carryd to Holland j and the fame was granted to The ofNoaifleshas receivd tbe Title of which the King of Spain has Advices from Turkey that the Plague great Numbers of People The Eail of Albemarle having defired to be eiahvnd in relation to the Affair of that be may an Opportunity to juftify himfelfagainft the feveral lumnies and difadvantageous Reports fpread Bjtfjp the States General granted his Deputies and thofe ofthe Council of State having Conference with asked him theproper relating to the Aflion He gaVe ihem that upon the Report their Hi tineffcs were fo well fatisfied with bis that they have taken a Refutation which will for ever Silence tbe Enemies of his and fliew that that unfortunate AQion ought not ia tbe ieaft to be imputed to Killiigbs in On Tuefday Night la the Popifh Bifliop of Dromore and his were apprehended near and delivered into the Hands of the Coder of PbilipJ who is ordered by the Jfuftices of the County keep them in clofe Cuftody till next Stfts 8 a Clock cane on here a great which fofwelld the River of that Day we have thegreateft Flood that ever was eeo in tbe Memory of MaruThere are at Ieaft ioo Houfes underWa and 2co that are confind as Prtfooen in the upper part of their Houfes j In the lover Part of oar City is under A Woman ftanding within our on the was by the violent Current of the Water carried quite away and Our Bridge is in great the Water being above all the Arches at writing at Four a Clock ia the Afternoon We ftall have floodTide at 6 a Clods at fo that the iis wiB yetSfuf 4 Its that our Bridge is ftrained in two and now no Body dare venture upon There is feveral Thoufand Pounds worth of Corn and other Goods carryd down tbe Water this We cannot as yet know what Lofs there IB of and Goods in the Houfes under Water in this attacked in the Night Foot of Sir Donald Mas is under Water their will be no the life being and 3 Story I hear there are fondry lofria the in faving their Goods and Onr Lofs is very confiderable in their that intar the haying Leather and There are a Mea in tie
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