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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 12, 1710, London, Middlesex Wuh the FreiKeft MMMM Foreign and Domjihck From OftoWr cp 17 10 Y our Jaft Letters we have that the Garriion had aircadf let off Rockers as a Signal of or as ionic rather to make Allies believe they are rcducd ro before they arc On any from the French Prifn tS r arc rrr tpd upon for a a i c re cYre of giving them lo o and On the other tlole ble Cartvcb d nr eiv a cithe of their PJV or rlorn Ke fhefe have put rh to up lation on of extraoidinfrv putpble to induce the Celieycrs to ilacken their DiJigcYice France not to bury her CaptiveOfficer in it in rhe advancing of their ttorKs they contrary to tie Laws of War They are t are far from The Generalswere not yet furprizd at the prcfTing fnAancfS nade roth rf it woufd be propcj after rhe Surrender qf Cologn by of to render rhe RiverLippe Aiie And this will dependprincipally upon the Situation in Weitphalia navgjble ir running rfuothe Town of i f T i i rt V f i ifult this of the the Condition of tJie the Difpoh which belongs to rhe Thefe rhe Stares FieldDeputies State fulpetting bmewrjut oc My fiery in by their HighMightinciTes preis the Gerterals to Demand thomoft People he e of i 1 dcclarc their rdpctttve eVen thothey Ihould tended by his Prufian Majefly ony for the Goo of bc jven with a Frovifo accordingto different abote As to thofe proposed the Eniptror s Londm4 The the Liejtenancv orthis about the Succoiirsfor King it has have fefolvd upon a very Acdrefi to Her anlVcid in the Negative on the parr of that is to they will not the Imperial Trpops of c lift tint are to be ot ttie Number of thole I1 J rej re art Mzmp the laid Envoy lent an Exprefs to a few Days to inform that Couit of the but negative A which has been made Their HighMightineflcs twins s tt abfolutely difposd to do what in them lies to fupport his CathoUcl Majelty but they with all rhe in the that the Empeiour would likewjfc ufe Aid Ksrlcy utmolt Hnce they all rend to rhe of A i d 3 n 2 1 1 i rn Houfe of Theie ildigcfled Demands oi rhe 1 iiici pcrial Couit ar to have been upon Efq but i That rhe Two Maritime Bryan Stapieron are lo the Recovery of Spain and Pi nrn C li ro rake on cm to conquer cr reduce Huneertod lu Countries at any rnu if nothing were ro be done EJq but bythoic Two Towers 1 Kusalfo rhey are c Efqj tinuallv by the of and comb Littleton the Miniflcri of ro caufe rhe Body of Troops which are to leivc as for the Tranqjilhry of the to allcmbie fjrthwith Their HighMighrmeffes are very ready to c1 triply with that and have William E Anthony Efcj Maunce Sir th fore order d their Quota of i to be prepard to if with an Hours in order to take up their Qiaiop Efqj Quarters tirher in Silefia cr Srxony They defirous to ftCj in the ri ft the Succtfi of the om Efq Sr Poreter tiatinn forthe See Swedes which are in Pomtiani Efq caufctis that it Body of Trnrps ihould be kcn into the Service cfthe the Dargei ft Minarf Tranqullitv orrhc Empires bxring id no Ionrerfubfift all rhe Complaints and Frights of the Jonatriin vires and Saxons proceeding only from the Fiu t of thofe Mean they have ror yet receivd Tu precifc Anfwcr from rhe Regency of Su whether Rilph He LJCJI will or to upon which 1 offer to take The Envoy of Sweden o 13 rch ft 1 II rold the that he fhould fhorrly receive Expedients from the likely to take off the Conftrnnr iprfbv Surdifh u hindfrr from of C11 ill Robe t Hi Eli Ha 1 I J i ni calling thofe thcfe Delays are generaHv lookd upon here as frivolous Subterfuges to avoid giving that is There is fome I alk of tic WinterQuarters and fome will have that the Trc ps of King thofc of and at leift will quarter this Winter in Erabant or MajorGenera who com mands the Troop Srate are to guard the Neutra lity of the by Order of rheir prefented a Memorial to the Council to re monfrare all thar is abfolurey neceffary for the iVtarch of thofe and will have AfTignations for the Money tha tis iudgM reafonable he fhoufd be The States of who aircmbed i Days have generoufly re fohV to pay sSocc which a of one of the Towns of rhe who was Receiver of their rcce vd of private Perfons in the Name of the Pro for wfvch he gave Tis they wiH make a Difference between the Receipts for Mpney which was resllv brouglit to and thofe which he gave ro ac quit himfelf of his private and perfonal Tis juft and and even necefTary for the Maintenance of the Credit of the to pay the firft but they can not certainly be blamd for not paying the for whom theftfoney nor paid The Inhabitants of the Provinces make heavy that they noc Sr Jin Warron Hen y I it n in M Ffy Wiitiam tHp This was elcftcd of Paliar enr fir In the his DuVe of tameto near and met by and about cc rn ac the Head whereof rode the Lrrd Tift fcrtle d lljc a J 4 For rhe Ojrry of Sir Sir For the County nf The 1 Efq 97 Err tit i r For the Town Elq Efq 2 r 117
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