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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 19, 1710, London, Middlesex K M M M With tie Frefheft Foreign and Domdlic y From Octobe co curfcar Oil IE in retiring over the have extended rhernfelves as far as which is but a way the Sea lulc and we they with dcfign to cover the LpperBoulonois honi our Whether they will be able to effect or Time only ran as the Affairs cf the War aic CJrryd on with all poffible Application on both we rrefent bid Adieu to our Hopes of a fpeedy At tis that there is no minner of Likelihood of the Negotiations being again fct on Monheur of that there is nothing in which may tend towards a Pece but thst far funn France is as as if her and thofe of the Duke of were in the moft There is no but her chief Dependence is upon Troubles fhe expects to be brought into on the part of the King of Sweden and the She flatters not only that the Turks wili his Swedifh Majcffy to return home thro Poland hut rhat they will invade the and even the Hereditary This has been the Drift nf her Minifters Negotiations at the Porte for fome time pa1 tho1 we dont but they afrer prove She may likcwife lay no little Strefs upon at which is faid to be as ftrong as Biirifn Fleet in the fince the Return of rhe Sliips of this State out of that The crs which was fcnr RearAdmiral who with Orders for him to tarry did r Davs afrer our Squadron was corne Mean rhe of out whoisarrivd rhir we need not be in Pain for theMedirer bccjufe he ririfh Fleet confifh of of msy be joind by others of the fame o ro and lie rhat the Equipment at Toulon is m de bv pr vatj Perfons tho our Advices Fiance thofe Men of War ara to be commanded bv AdmirJ de The Deputies of the Admiralties are Cent for to be advisd with the Fit nt re very we Nation which out of another Squadron of wen the Private Letters Duke de Nonillcs was rench to five rhe Kinr an Account of C from Paris imro Intel v at the I the Pofture of in he told among other that Duke de Ycndofme had with him no more than Horfe arid who weie in the moft ex treme for of all Things And in afrnuch as pur Letters from rhat fhould come by the way of rc p1 kept we are entirely perfua that the Pollution of rhe French Court to retrieve the Duke of Anious Affi is rather an Aft of than the of any Probability they can fee of reprieving Vrn Hie QueenDowager of Spain is to be hoiYd very fhorrV from Bayonne to fome more Inland Town of to make room for the Dichefs of Anjou 3nd her Thar poor Q ieen would fain have Leave to retire into Ger many but the French Court are that in fuch a cafe fhe nvphr unfold fome Myftery relating to her late Conforts Will and wll nor trufr her our of rhe They offer the Choice or I our Places for her RHdence Tliofe Tholoufe and Potiers tie Towns of rhis Srate is the bell Branch of the r the fame is entirelv cut off by The SnrrsGeneral have lately receivd rhe part of the Inhabitants of Venlo They rhat whereas the Tranfporration if Corn ro Trade of rl their late Ldicl forbidding even fuch a They therefore petition for Leave ro car o r1 Wall1 Towns as Here have lent an to Ven rhai their Requeff is cranked but take Care this PermilTion be ivt abusd T rv rrier rf o let em k of Corn to rhe Enemv namts Count de Dona made to their HighMightinefTes againft Regiments o of this who commands in Mons under the fir granting Leave to carry Corn into the ctn the Sambrr and rhe whch belongs or is in Towards rl e rhe Neutrality in tlie 2 Imperial which are ro br in the GuarantyAr begun rheir f r The Bat ikewife u the Pointof As for ti Great ts likely hey will be fur pi fhd from A is 01 fcr CT v T lions of the King of of r1 e v and of the rf fame v c r and r of AiTguftLS y rccs t They a for t ir ir muft have at heart the of young DukeJege is in that rhat his a i T nhc if thefe fhould fto nv tinj of the Neutrality upon the Frctn en Bedford I juft Time to e d and contrary iri Ue have with rhe iitord S s h1 with about ts Merci and two Men of W ir of ju s 17 cV li tor ari t c p o t if Diamond or L J i tjkcn hy rh rhe Mai r li i e 1 raking her Men f inj lifhr i a h v r t H o n LI k rhe uii V iCL i ard rhe F wai dcciud C H in rhe Rioin K The H w i i was then n H i i as aif rhe Ktii I nEai An e c and v i the H nojr of The Or K r Bimor tVJid The Right H the Rn y rv dalouily and uivvvn v ie to h t i deny the Matter of Ahich y nefs in Hickss ai rhe f r Qrisfy the that r i f men to be fufoibcd ii p d r vas in rhe onrr e r L 35 a Token t i1 T h h tifn ofhis as 5 coifd A irli an arid ihrtiren rti sbulchim for County of c J r X er The iiVre1 wee E b 1 r Efq the two firit carryJ ir bv r by che f e 11 Sir LO The
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