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Weekly Journal or British Gazetteer (Newspaper) - June 28, 1718, London, Middlesex THE O the Advices Foreign and - 28* 1718. May 2. H E 27th there was a which continued from 7 till 10 in the to which the with lefs an d fewer Attendants than they had in the as it had been agreed for the greater of They debated Points concerning the of the the high of the that The Mediators went in the Evening to the Imperial and afterwards to the Venetian The fame the an efs was to Prince Eugehe The 8th, the had a Conference with the of the wiio this Morning Advice of the Arrival of Eugene at 7. Prince Eugene of Savoy arrived at viewed the Fortifications of that he eti The next Day his and reviewed ji Regiments of were which were to be next by 5 The 30th the Aga arrived in the and delivered to Prince Eugene a Letter from the new Great full of of and that his in order to facilitate the would come to where she Great would meet to bring the to a Prince Eugene very obliging but has to the Vizier that nothing to do with the of Peace were committed to the Imperial at but was feat by his to carry on the Operations of the with all Letters from of the 17th that the Turks made very about the of the Uti and to yield to the Emperor all the Places by Hungarians or the Ifla d of 0' the Towns of and and to extend the Dependencies of Belgrade to the Morava offering to yield that Pan of which is on this Suie the River as fome Ports in the In che the Mediators have that rhe high Demands of the Imperial are on by as And that there is lit le thr Negotiations if Demands are not Moderated and ( a Council having been held 'tis Orders have been fent to that The Court look the War in Italy as which probably will them with mere favourable accommodating Matters with the Turks and on the other Hand 'tis that Prince appearance at the Head of the will influence the Negotiations on the Side of the Their Army not being in a Condition to make head muft to farther which they wiH as endeavour to prevent by the as they to deprive us of and prevent Three May i. is gone from to to go on board the of Men of which is in the May 31. We hear from 6oq9 Germans are advanced towards Upon Advice that rhe Spaniards to land in order to attack the the of the May 31. Art Ship brings that a Squadron of Men are for the and are to be by fix Ships of thai Nation which are upon the Ravers of May 31. This Day we have Advice from that Convoy will certainly fct fail the 9th of having on board 24000 Foot and June 4. Several are here for providing underhand Magazines for the who to invade this June 14. The and Squadrons continue near the except four Men of which are between Bornholm and ' Julie 1$. The Earl Stanhope and rhe Earl at Stairs chis Day of who them fuch of Ms firm Resolution to act in concert with the of for the of the general Peace and Tranquility of no room to doubt of a and happy of important Negotiation upon which His thought it proper to the Earl Stanhope to this The Regent has an Order for out of the French all his Subjects who were engaged in the late Rebellion him and have taken Refuge in or who are known adhere to the Copies of which Order are fent to M. Machault the Lieutenant de Police of this and to all and other of Provinces and with a Injunction to fee the fame duly June 21. Letters from Turin that by Order of the the Troops are in Motion from all Parts to pafs the where they are to receive their further and that Orders are fent to to ren Companies of and as many of new Sicilian to together with 800 to Remount S. June 17. ' The States of Holland met this ' and the of and and other principal ties of this to their entring into the pie Alliance the Deputies of the City of ' and Town of far * the fo that farther Confederation of it is ' till the 20th of when 'tis not doubted ' but the faid Deputies wiH in it. Several Conferences have betwixt the Earl of Cadogan ' and the Deputies of relating to the ' which is in a fair way of being happily jutted their After two greac are his will return to Eng. ' and wDl take with him the young Earl of ' 7 K
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