Evening Post, October 21, 1712

Evening Post

October 21, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, October 21, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Tuesday, October 18, 1712

Next edition: Sunday, October 23, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 21, 1812, London, Middlesex Evening Poft From Tuefday to of be StatesGenertl concerning the dfftir of de I H Report being heard of the Lords Broekhuyfea and other Deputies of their High Mightineffes for foreign appointed by their rial Resolution of the 5th to examine the Letters of their High Mighiineffes Plenipotentiaries at the Congrefsat dated the U to as aljb two Papers the Plenipotentiaries Majefty the King Franceand addreffed to the Plenipotentiaries of her Irtajefty the Queen of Great who communicated them tothe Plenipotentiaries of their High Mightincfles One of which Papers containd a Relation of a Difference between one of the Pleni potentiaries of the Plenipotentiaries of aQuarrel between their j andtbeiothrr Papereontaind the which the France jby Order of their upon the JPaft fakJiLords Deputies Memo for the Jaftificawon of the faid Count 4e with his Narration of the and other delivered their Migh iioeffes And bavinglikewifeheard wnp bclievmg he bad juftjfrtt himfelf by the and declaring he fliould be forry the fuffer the leaft and yet jnore to be madeperfonally the Obftadertp the Adyaace ment of the refignd Coobniffipn pf tentiary into the Hands of their High and afiually quitted that in that the States of whofe Nomination bohadebcaind that vvould not he difpjieafe4 athis refigping The whole being taken into it was thought good and That the Copy of Memorial and the Pieces annexed be fentto the Plenipotentiaries of their High Mightineffes at the Con grersof and thafit be lignifyd to That as the Plenipotentiaries of her Majefty of GreatBritain did communicate to them the Papers written by thofe of the King of they do likewife conHBunicate to them the forefaid Narration of to the That thereby they may fee in what Manner the Matters in and how far what is related on both agrees anJ that they acquaint the Plenipotentiaries of her that their High Mightinfffes are well chat they are willing to ufc terpoliiion in this them for they have anddelire that they will they fhall declare on the Fait of High chat Affairs being in fiich a they do not judge it the one the other of the Parties are in t in the Wrong but that theirHigh Mjghtineffes not have believed that a Qoarrel could have been Work as is thaf of the tineffes never had Accountxif pened between Count de mentioned at the beginning of this were they from any Oirderabast it t Rechteren That in was done on their this Affair hadnot been before his moftCbri gone fofarv though they the MisTortune fie a King of tiis Majelfty ieUeve that they loft the which a Republick whiciithey always eveflDi theyihoul4 be really very much troubled had other That in the ineafttate their Defueand their rnclinadon for according to the Culrom of their aDotbtr Plenipotentiary give in 40 to the raprefent bow aiuch their at Heart the remQvinfi aUQbjtadie of That bythis Means they Promife ihat jthe Creat Britain wUlmitpnlybe conyineedoiIthe Gpndelcenfiofl but that aft fuch that t ihall be fttisncd A Coarier from or for with that T the rfingliffi were in Giacaloaa naVe w traofportfd to Port Mafcon and Gibra Courier that to rafife the of ii Count Staremberg atiBarceloniabo middle of T Prince Sittfett wherein he iygbiyextplsthe Conduiabf L Ti8 Son of Command of izc a ;

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