Tuesday, February 28, 1702

Post Man

Location: London, Middlesex

Page: 1

Other pages in this edition:

1 2

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, February 28, 1702

Loading...

Text Content of Page 1 of Post Man on Tuesday, February 28, 1702

Post Man (Newspaper) - February 28, 1802, London, Middlesex till it And the Hiftoricai Account^ :_. . ----^---.----\ ProrA &attttfcft? February 28, to %mlte$ Marefi 3j'�7^ 1 � ' - 1,-1 � -1 ' -m. , - r- -------;^-y-ra .�.-,1. w ..... JWztf�,-Februaiy li. 'UR titereis 'from W*rf*� tell, us, that .'"iftt'ljftjigbf. -Ofthr RfpfrMfck of fM�ni te.e� to fet out hifiMrdays to r attend the King of Saejen,'tMft de-'p�<airehsvbig' been deferred ti\l they kne ' ' '*� S.^.wij. rn hi'c au rhejee; in ob feared j'�u�i' ' DSnSffibfis *f*eU%'T whb"3iaH 3hdt IjecpnfiiifeS'ipnttB iide*he>Mii*V*s kifrttofe In- m'iriHg^iil cKtf of. tfieSpl^^oWe^ittrliaft Pi& r^tthtt-bf-' vfrg&fii^ttcentidf a^�terWbi tihff�Je�pel>e. . jgSSRb^MTtt. t^ee^toe,,, King an4 m 'Tft f>M�fe In- -..f2E!^^> S^S?^ft/**/ ftniare^rtwain invrubftance, 'Thai: "L " -"fc^afisai.fci^^it.� n S^ha^nSviolatedttevTrtaty of OfiBftjjJ* n#ftg'h|�^ItirfoHte|B W^flv^nfejfctf* vatvhfr an*ft|Wr; 4ep�iid*nct�i�fc�U^� fade w'-oe-PfMKi^ the Republick demand*;^ the W**/>^fto6pcdo. Letti* ^4l&trGfMfd;jbifc ^iM^'iteMlvc�btfc^c �w*^^��*M�r-tttf-. Te/rttori^f P�/�l^ Sll^W^J^Pti' an �im,^^M^^^^mm wfieiehiinl6ftChrifthtfBtijtfty;ailt _ Tertttorte^ vtnfho�- inj ptqvocaH�HM ,w�t-.eaHe? fdc^^amaKrohts'^ie^, a^imoun^by,coflVr far�tion/to t8 hulli&iS'of' tromd,>h* -Repnbhc^ oiight-toprocurw^ai fiusfaftibn fot the faciei- and1 give .hi*a rea(b^K�-.i.-Sc�Jtity.that-^ jiWlnv*\ aia^iV ftall hot beldtine.for: the fot*** frtm V^f) tffitags ar* the o�rfy cooditioms upon ^^^feJT1* Vkci. between Ss^ p|e^^ "ftiele- pritefllroftsaterfoOppofite',:tha6th� f�wng the Sieiw Oin�/fe"*has. ertt&ed'^i^ mmttfflf & Foot ,are, aflbs�bfeitottaej^MftB Bhjftt'he-Ttnt^oncfuded at W "Tlet^t^^teidt!%Te^^ troubfis ofrilteVbdr Msfeiftrttej w ttfcei^poffiWft WtoVerlHg*e*il P�)riuefsr an* a�^too|*. 14 ^  r.L:.^:... ^ they have (ftfigW^^f^^^ftfae^afe-tn*?^^ Iciorts, th^Freheh ' ft qiitiA'GbtSimY ate^lach^CBnftCTmtipfo fcd*th� Somtrtier/va�itw^sj3onfidentry reportjid, which mam affair of Crimma, that they reimfveajfactr�fifi�trji people believe th"ar"tHe'Irnperijr Ar'rtiy: wfllftotbe ib ftf'Tititffli&dfriv^kmbV.ffltoj ^oB^thTtSSe nume�Rfis jk we were told. The ImperhF^dnlnuf FiiinWi5^ *n 'thatqAia^aDOTenifiQB^irienMT^I fiortawiboy a gteatxqiiantity of Mea^/ConT/.and a- &i0nf$ rh�� ^the^ rlowetWtheif - ........_____. i1" ] :  - r�fifti

1 2