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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1705, London, Middlesex Ga 417J From to November 17. 5. Congregation of of. the meet very frequently the latter to examine into fome Complaints that have been made of Abides committed by our both Regular and the other has principally under the Differences with the Court of and what Methods are to be taken for bringing Matters to an Accommodation in hopes that this may be Signior the Pope's Nuncio at is not yec he fame time forbid the imperial Court and that the Emperor's to the Pope is actually returning all Affairs at this Court that may relate to the or his in his Excellency's transacted by Emperor's j Auditor de The of is They wiite f om Maltha of the 1 That the Gallies belonging to that were lately come into but that of them would Shortly put to Sea fome Expedition which was kept 24. Signior Pietro of St. being lately the great Council is to meet to to proceed to the Election of a to Succeed him in tint The of this to whom is committed the Care of keeping have repealed an Older made in July for the obliging of all Ships which came from and the neighbouring their there being an That the contagious Di they had in Parts is entirely but they have an Older of chat Nature in relation to or Goods coming from upon That a rages in They write from lately happened which about 6000 Letters from the That the 16th the Imperial Army under Prince and that of France and Spain which is commanded by the Duke of each other hours near the River Serio being betwixt them and the next day the and were advancing towards and the Enemy were marching the fame way to Prince Eugene lias put a into in which Place are the Hospitals for his lick and has provided that Town with all for its 17. The Imperial Army came it ch to the of advanced wi h hii encamped at and on the 23 J fent a Detachment to attack Place at The French have detached & of Troops to believe and the Impa have made Morions as if rhey intended to relieve that Place but ir is thought they will rather march towards ro of rhe Bridges in order to advance into the and to take in rhole I. Cardinal the it the Imperial ac being but as foon as bis Health permits will proceed on his Journey in order to be in rlur lie is alfo appointed ro receive the Homage of this City in the Name of hU Imperial Deputy of to the is lately arrived the of Mentz is merely expected and the Diet will in few days renew their and take into Matters that are to be laid before them by Order of The lite In fur region in the Upper being entirely continues quiet in where a Number of the Imperial Troops will be quartered this Winter to keep the in We have an Account from That the Earl of Sunderland and Envoys Extraordinary and Plenipotentiaries from Her of Great together with the two Envoys and Plenipotentiaries from the States were gone from thence cowards being ro aft as Mediators in the Treaty to be there fer on for the Troubles in in which Negociation the of nabrug and Count with another are to Matters on the part of the Emperor as and Baron will do on the behalf of rhe 6. The Prince of Saxe of is daily expected at Bonn from whence his will come hither to receive the Homage of this as from the It is That a Body of the Confederate Troops will be drawn together upon the to endeavour to of and will wards be quartered on that fide during the Letters from the Upper Rhine That the were made for the Siege of after which the Imperial Army will and march into 7. A great Convoy 0/ Provisions wis fent from this morning to the which to morrow at Moll and The Troops that are to quarter this Winter irt this and other Towns on this left the Army two days ago near and two Regiments of with as
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