Evening Post, December 6, 1712

Evening Post

December 06, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 6, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, December 4, 1712

Next edition: Friday, December 9, 1712

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Publication name: Evening Post

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 6,027

Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 6, 1812, London, Middlesex H j to when werfrfiffscp Foot of a i MJ i f fi Petition of of Staejft rrr the o HE of this State fpr fb doing weretThst fa France began mav to atwi Would keep that iis Wbieh fbe proraiid teyjehl fo crte andlheirto tfcat they jnrght a Barrier t0 this State but neveijthelefsj pretended to defer the till if tle the r to feme VHlages betWiV depending on the Cbatellatfy of which preach while hi was M after of thofepjaecs an4 of Touri bad difroembred jrom the awl ithatof tljougb tfeofe Places out their in afi wife n not exchange the Ratifications of the Treaty as above faid theres this great and betwixt treaties of 1670 and and ehssfitefeaf timale Demands towards a ly with tilts Stife jfec fjfefs wd by w knom w tie inclined to a nor wbjt is to be abated or givetf exdcr to procure Therefore tis very much to be fuf as that if in tjlis un certain State of made to prafecuw the be preEencc of the whois already and all Advices is endeavouring to recruit and Augment Armies by new willinjhat which we hope will not be much fuperior to this State and her and having nothing to will rpake Adyanrage of an Opportunityfo fa In this abovementiond Towns and dLrng this we have taken with fo much fatigue and and are capable of form ing a fecure Barrier to this which we have To long cannot bs is allb the Towns Places in thp SpJOnTi which are notfofrrong as thofe in vill not the and by confequejijeej be may breai rhetn into the very Heart of trfofe aodthuf become an immediate and conti guous Neighbour to this againlt which our Ance did ever wifely that they rather good an that thaC joiFtteI Capital of thel4th6efiegTdi fefsd by the or laid uaSer W yfet Ae f fehSfi hr its tion to more this To go a Bhk our all theSu Nor dicf Mony to carry on trf borroV and bW were feKcjaL a rhoff Theft be djfpofed to of laid enp durflirhjy the Su ppoF anjkMainten sby that nothin ments and Conceffions 3pd tto tbatof er preventing of hay en large the Dbminion of Fra or its Neighbourhood searer fo mush and have Quiet by fi uncctcain Canjaiifture of and a CorierwndCTce wi the ordinary n continued for the approaching we and a Ming ;