Evening Post, November 18, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 18, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Taefday November to Thurfday November From fie Amfterdan Namnrt ie following Conditions oa nbicb Q Philip bit made over the Spaqijb NeiherlnnAs to the Elettor of have been fubJiJhed Hat hisHighaefs Prince Maximilian Eleflor of our good Coufin and IJa his Succeffors in the Male on whom the Soveraignty and Propriety of the Netherlands may fhall live and die in the holy Catholick according to the Belief and Doctrine of the holy Roman That the faid Eleftor ftall and fee executed the Grant which we have made to our well beloved Coufin Dame MariaAnna de la cefs of an indepeadant Propriety and for her and her and for thofe who have or hall obtain her Title and con formably to the Letten which we have caufed to bejnade out to her for that with the Annual Rent of 30000 each of 8 double Reals of the free from aj andaU other well fuch as are limitted to to a certain as thofe which are fettled Perpe under what Pretext fotver and this in fuch Pro vince or Diftrift as the faid Princefs hall either in the three Territories of or Lokeron in the Country of with the eight Parifoes or in whatever other ProTince ihepleafes And if in the Province which the feid Princefs fhall there be a Royal Houfe of oraCaftle or Seat belonging to vis wiQ that no fhall on that Account be made from the Revenue which we grant her of the faid 30000 Ritdollars 6r Annual And it being difficult to find a Seat with Lands belonging to enough to bring in 30000 Rixdollars which is the Revenue and Supportof the intended Soveraignty the faid fhall be obliged to annex another Demefnes to that E the neareft that poffibly to compleat the Re venue of 30000 Rixdollars a That his Eleftoral Highnefs fhall be obliged to maintain and keep the and Communi which Form the faid the Immunities which weandoarPredecefibrs have granted and which we have fworn to asalfo to maintain and preferve the Dignities and Em ployments of all thofe who are in prefent Poffeflion of the according to the Letters Patents grantedby by our figned at or at any other Place of our of either in their Natffle ox in ours excepting thofc who have ferved the Side of the which they have difpofed of in the Pro vinces which they have or which they may yet fub ue and poflefs during the prefent That the faid Eleftc fhall likewife be obliged to maintain and approve all the jnay have been by Sale or as wettby to the Dayofthe faid Netherlands as alfo all Agreements ments which may have been made or the Magiftrates or Receivers of the lages and Communities of the faid Country which have been made by Com pa ft and the Paid Magiftra tesand whether to Offices which may have been to thofe of o taries in favour ofTowns atid particular PeJfdjajvaad even the Engagements on the Tax of ftampd of what Nature foever it be fo thatino Commu or private be deprived of bis or founded on the fail Agreement or tiU he is anftfacisfiea for the Sums which be fhall have advanced That the faid fhall likewifevbe obHged pay at the and oo our and other Re the Country And whereas it has not been caufe of the continual fathfy intirelythe faid and His oEleftbiai Highnefs hall be after the Conctafion of the to pay every Year two Quarters due of tW the whole Arrears be intirehf difchargedv i That the Eleilor of Bavaria fluflhr further liged to Pay and Difchacge all the traQs entred into by by our ajtdlKp Governours and Captains General it cor thofe of our particularly what fhall appeajv to be Ail due to the for tbeAdvanceSrof Money made by and for the Squadrons of Ships which they employed during the la ft terminated in by the Peace of Ryfwickj which tbe Revenues of the Dudea of afid Expor cation were Engaged and by the Treaties and Agreements made wieh fj f That tie faid Eleaorfhall Ukewtfe be pay and fatisfy the appear to be due to him of the Surplas of the promifed to him for the Troops nvhich he employed the laft termiaated in the Reimbnrf of which was affigoed to him out of the SubfidiesaoE the Provinces of the forefaid the Treaties and Agfeemeots made with the faid of That the EJeftor of BaVaria bliged to pay aad ditbarge the Annuity of looeoo affigaed to fbe Prince of Orange by Che Charles our particularty Ojatof of theDuties of and the by ters which ii maintain th Contrafts and Alignments of the ojir Time and good the oar onihe Advances ;

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