Evening Post, October 7, 1712

Evening Post

October 07, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, October 7, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Tuesday, October 4, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 7, 1812, London, Middlesex Evening From Tuefday Odober to Thursday JS difcoursM that the Czar in tends to come confult with his Imperial touching a new Alliance between their Maje fties and fonie other that the Count de k the French has a voluntary Conftflion j Count or ail his in the Circle of Lower Saxony But his Dif coveries are kept Letters from Hungary that the Mortality increafes not only among the ia but abong tie and that betwixt 4 or 5000 Day at Some Advices from of the paft my Lord Envoy Extraordinary of her Britannick had on the of the Emptrur and twas che lame related to Affairs of the greateft Importance becaufe his Imperi al Mapfty immediately affembled the Privy which did not break till ic was very The Deputies of the Hereditary Countries are come to to offer the Emperor a Sura of to be deliverd at one inftead of they are rtquiid to at different Tis not yec when the States of Hungary will The Army of the Empire isftillin at in our moftofthc Cavalry being obligJ to build Barracks for becaufe of the unfcafbnable Tis thought the InfjTitry will make a towards the Lines of upon that fome ot the Enemies Troops have palVd the at Fort Their Army con tinues ftill behind the Lines of Lauterburg and Weiffcm btirg and their Cavilry is becaufe of the of the Weatheu Marihal Harcourc being in is gone to the Baths in having lefc the of the Army to Marfhal PSober Tho the Bedy under General Quaiit docb not amount to above 4000 the Ene my give that he is 8oco that they may the greater colled die Foirdge in the adjacent alarm thofc of the Luwer We theenemy have detachd 5 Regiments towards the baarj and that they are hying up Magazines on that as if they intended to undertake fornethmg En of the We Isarn ftojn the that the French hav SaarLowii and good Nijrsber of Bombs and to hi trrces under General which are ar preienr tne ot a o i given tt fomttring on the The of the are allb threatned if they refufe to From the Supplement to the Amfterdm i Letters from of the 20th pafi the Finances of Spain being fallen into the Abfence of Count he is recallct to redrefs He is at prelSnt gone to accompany the EleQor of to Nataftjtj and 2 Weeks will fet out Monteleone is to go to of and none of ttie SgamflrLPle nipotentiaries being continue except the the to obtain tfceit Admiffion into the Congrefs at Utrecht have provd Theres no more Difcourfe when the Peace between France and Great Britain wifl be pro We can hardly provide Paflports faff for the EnglUh Vhejeiif are bound to Spain aad with The King writ to the of touching the the Chevalier de into that tis the Duke made Anfwer to his rhoft Chffftiain That he heartily he might firft receive the Approbation of the Queen of Great ever that the Chevalier continues in Champagne andtis not yet go for Letters from Caminlec of ifie ytfl that Achinet Envoy frem tie arrivd there that with a in order to go to the Grand General who Was at with the Palatine of Mazuria Upon jhii News the Latter has fufpended his Journey to ConAafi refolvingto wait the Arrival of che Turkifh From the Brujfcls the uth tie of Arms between Spain and England was pro claimd in Prince TfVrclas de Tillys which con tinues in its former whence the are o bligd to go a Way for The faid Prince fent by a Trumpeter to the in Englilh a Packet from the of Grtat which was fent to him by our to befor to that General fent peter with a Letter to the he would forthwith execute her Majciiys ftls advif d from 6co Granadees were fent thence to relieve fome of the fbatferred Troops of that We that at the time this Court difpatched to France the Couiier with Inftrufltons fiy the Marquis de to go Ambaffador to Orders were fcnt likcaife CoUni Bertyck to return to D J i j is exptScd hete the beginning ufnckf ;

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