Evening Post, December 27, 1712

Evening Post

December 27, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 27, 1712

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Sunday, December 25, 1712

Next edition: Friday, December 30, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 27, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday December to TuefdayDecember 30 Shies our ajl arrivd One Mail from JjoUand and Two from L from tbe AmSerdam Deet 25 E are that Orders are Tent from to the Jntendant of to ufe in greater for thefe 3 or 4C Days bad a Fit of tee Gout in his Left is now entirely Yefterday anExprels from theArn baffadors of Savoyat Utrecht pafcd fofTu Tin This being the fccond who has mitted to pafs from Holland for our Hopes that tbe of Savoy w0 agteeto of are From lie 20 Acbmct having upon bis return from that the Mnfcmtes hatf Alll a great Number of Troops in Poland and Achmet who was fent into that felf of the having made the fame divers Conferences were held nth the Members of the affcmblcd at the Grand We are affnrdv that Irruption into the with the that the Han will accompany bis Tartars of Nagay Witt make after the Troops theJUng or r i a All that Js only thatithe Magazines flitt in Poland Articlt the Evacuation of Kingdornj was lately tbe Dutch Gjfptmd tojp a Scpttifli an Audience of the Emperor His ceed on bis at the Court of Great from tbe The ceivd Orders from Pprfi for tbe Brittifh wbicK to carry the Emprefe Yefierday Morning4ied Count At laft we have receiyd Advice Engliib Troops ace afrivd atrJPjort Mahoa went in the Evening to the it was the States Slvd to renew the War againft Mufcovy 5 after the Wufti had made the Prayer uliial on fuch Prefence of the Grand The iame tfcr Mufcovite Ambafladors and Hoftages were fent the fe condtime to the Seven Next tbtf Vi zier Azem was fent for and immediately de posd Tbe great Seal being taken from was given to Soliman one of the Viziers of the Towards he was put on board a with Ali the Sultans Capigilar which occa fiond a that they were banifhd to the Ifland of Mitelene or of Rhodes But the Officers of that The Marquis de Bay hath taken polfcffioa Galkv returning hither fome Hours made it con that they were ftrangled and thrown into the feme Villages near it The Grand Sigoior has notconfifcatedibe deposd Viziers butordeid them to be paying hjs The i3th Baron the Polifh was fent to where the Palatine Ambaffador of is Hkewife to be feizd at his War is not declard againft that Republick 5 but tis very it will in a fhort The Sultan has orderd his Court to prepare to folliw within a to whether he will no a Guard of to put himftifac rfce Head nf his His Highncfs has fcnt 1200 Purfes to thr oi for a Body Troops and a greater Sum to the Han of to enable tiim ro take the FieM with his He alfo defigns to make feveral Prtlcnrs to the two Princes parriculirly 2 Knots of Diamonds for the Hat of she orte and the Turban ot ihe pute between this Court and the j ing which theSufpenfion otAtmilas and it is thought the Differences that Account amicably Qn Nicholas Trevaniani with the Squad arrived in this Harbour from Yefterday came inher the Lord Forbes the River Ihe was carried alhore bytjbftlViolence but great Diligence get htr off fhe feems now a They write from Prince a Retinue of 20 was arrigji from whence he defignd to fetoi pays for this Two pays the died fuddenly ;