Tuesday, January 5, 1762

London Gazette

Location: London, Middlesex

Page: 1

Other pages in this edition:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Who (or what) are you looking for?

Find old articles about anyone, in the World’s Largest Newspaper Archive!

Other Newspapers from London, Middlesex

Loading...

Other Editions from Tuesday, January 5, 1762

Loading...

Text Content of Page 1 of London Gazette on Tuesday, January 5, 1762

London Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1762, London, Middlesex From~Cttt&a? January 5, to ^aturDa? January 9, 17624. Whitehall, - January 9, 1762. "C�$p a-ltfffi-delivered to' the Earl of Egrcinont by the Count de Fuentes, Dec. 25, 1761.. E. Cornte de Fuentes, Ambaffadeur du Roi GastholiqXie apres de S. M...B. vient de re-cevdir uh Courier de fa Cour> par lequel on --- . Faverut* que MildTd BrUtol, Ambailadeur de S.M. B. a la Cdur de Madrid a dit a.S.E. Mr. Wall, Minilf/e' d'Etatf, qu'il avoit Ordre de de-jnander une Repdrife pofirive & cathegorique a cette Queftidrij. fcavoir, Si l'Efpagne ibrige a s'allier ayCc Ja France coiftre PAnglecerre, & de'dedarcr eri me me terns* quil prendroit le -Refus a fa De-fftande pour une AggreiidB & Declaration de Guerre j & quVn confequence il feroit oblige de fe retiref de fa  Coup' i'Efpag'ne. Le Miniftre d'Etat ci-deflus lui a repondu, qu'urie pareiile demarche rt'a pu'etre fuggeree que par i'Efprit d'Hail--reor & de Difcdr'de, qui par malheur pour le petite humain, neregne:encOreque trop dans le Gouver--tferitefft Btic> quece fat-dans te moment la que la Guerre fiif. declaree, & la Dignue du Roi vid-Jetwmertt- attaquee,- qu'll ptfuvoit fe retifer comme & quand bon lui fembleroit. - � � Oft orddnne en'confequence au Comtef de Fuentes �fe quitter la Gour & les- Etats- d'Angleterre, & de declarer au R�i Britannique, 3 la Nation Anglbife,. & a tout 1'Univers, que les Horreurs oil vont fe ptbnger les, deux Nations ETpagndle & Arigloife, ne floivefit etre attribuees qxj'a VOrg&eA-8t a 1'Ambition demeitiree-de1 celui qtii a tens les Rennes du Goif-verneftieric',. & qui parok les teriir encore/{jaoique dans uile' autre raairi; cjtfe ii S. M. OatK. s'ejl excuiee de repdhdreforleTfaitd en cjueftion entreS; M. Cathr. ecok de" la: Dignite da Roi de faire eclater fon julte KeiTentimeritau pen-de mehagenfreht, era pour mieux direj a la fa�brl inftrlfari're avec laquelie les Affaires d'Etpagn'e' one 6i? fairees pendant le Mrniftere de Mr. Pictf qui -fe trouvarrf con^ainca- dela Jtifuce q.ui alsftoit a* Roidans^ fes Pretentions, foil ordinaire 8c dtrhi'erd Reponfe e:oic qii'il rid fe refecheroit de rlen jiilqu-'a ce que la Tour de Lofccfre' fut; prife Pfip^e i H cjain. * ' Eri otjtre; S. M. a ete fort choques. d'entendre fe Ton fier & impwittft," avec lequ'ei on hii a. de'-msnde le' Gofitebtr dn; Tteite :. St. on' adroit menage le Rcfpefl: da a la Majtfie Roy ale, on en aucott eit des e'dairci/Fe'rfrehs fans aacune Di&cuUeLei Minilbes d'Efpagne aoroient pu',difevfran'cheftienf' a ceux d'Afrgleferre, Ce que le Cdmte de jFutWes," pair on Ordre ex pre s" do Roi, declare pu'bliquement, iqa:r. Voir, que le dit Tr:Ae n'eft qn'one Convention encf5 I;i Fainille de Bourbon, ou il n'y a rien que aie le u:-oir,d're Rapport a la prefentcf Guerre ; qu'il y a un. Article pour la Garantie mutuelle des E:ats des cieux Souverains, nrais il y eft" efpecifie, que cette Garanfie ire doii s'entehdre que .des Etatscjui rcrfe'-. font 3- {"a France apres .que' la Guerre pre/emfc fera finic : Q^e quoique S. M. Cath. cu iita dj; ie croire orttiifee par la rnanrere* ped regutiere avec �r(inflation cf a Note delivered to the Earl of Egremont'by_ the Count de Fuentes, Z>itf. 25,176!. ^ HE Count de Fuentes, the. Catfaolrek King's Ambaflador to, Hisi Britannisk Majefty, has juft received a- Courier from his Court, by whom he is informed, that rhy Ldfd BMoi, His Britannick Majelty's.Ambafia--dc>r at the Courtof Madrid, has faid tohi& Excellency Mr. Wall, Minifter of State, that he. had Orders to demand a pofitive and^ categoricaK Anfwer ,�0 this QuelTidn, viz. .ff Spam thinks of Allying herfblf with France againft England; and. to declare, at the fame Time, that he ihould-take a Refufai to his Demand for an AggreiSon and- Dectaratio'n of War ; and that he mould, in conCequence, be obliged to rietire from the CourtWSpain. The above;Mi-' nilier of State anfwered Eim-y That fuch a Step eouid only;be fuggefted^by the Spirit of Haughtinefe and-ofDifcord, which, for the Misfortune of Mankind, friiV reigris but too much iri: the Britim Government'; That it was in That very Moment that the-War was declared, and. the King's Dignity violently attacked, that he might retire how, and when he ihould-think . proper. ' -' - . ". _ - The Count de Fuentes is, in qtisfecjtience, ordered-to leave the Court and" the Dominions OfEog.-land, and to declare to trt'e Britifh King, to the. Englifh Nation,-and to the whoIe'Univerfe, that th'e Horro,urs ki'to which the Spaniih and Engli/h .Nations are going* to plunge themfelves, niuft be attrr-buted only to the Pride, and ro the unmeafurcable Ambition of him who has held the Reins of ihe --Government, and who appears liilf to hold diem-, althoug;h by another Hand : That, if His.Catholick Majefty excufed -himfelf from- anfwerjfig, on .the Treaty m QueiTion" between His CathQllcfe" Majefb/' and -His mbir Chriilian Majefty, whjch is�bdieved^^ � have been figned^the 15th of Auguir, and whereinj: it is. pretended, there are Conditions relative toiEng> land, fie had very good R'eafonsj firft, The Icing's Dignity required him to inanifed his jiift. Refent-rrieht of the little Management, or, to fpeak'morfe properly-, of the infulting' Manner,- with which all the Affairs of Spain have been treated during Mn. Pitt's Adfbiftiilration, who, finding hiajfel^ convinced of the Juflice, which fupported the Khig in. Ks Pre-tenfions, his ordinaty and faft Anfiye>was, -That fi� wnuld not relax in any- Thing till the- Tow�r of London was taken Sword in Hand,' \. ;. Befides, His'Majelly was much feocked to -heir the haughty and imperious; Tone, with which thfe Contents of the Treaty were demanded of. him:: If the Refped due to Floyai ^fajefty had beeivittga'rdedf. Explanations might" have been had without any Di&-Cutty : The Minifters of Spain might Isave; faid frankly to Thofe of England,- what, the Count de Fuentes, by the. King's exprefs Order, declares p;�fr lkkly. Viz. That the fai0! Tiresty > only $ Co&-between the Family of Bourbon, \yhercift there is nothing which has the leali Relajipn w-tkr prefent War : That there is in it.an. Art�;le-/�>r the mutual Guaranty of the Dominions of th$T# S -vereigns4 but it is fpeciiSed therun.,.-that ?ha| -ranty is not to be" ui^deriTood but of the Domimonj,. ' which- Ihall'remain to France, after Aeprefent ided: That, although His Cathohck . Majefly War Jhall be enc � Price Six pence. ] .

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8