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Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 24, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Numb From Thurfday April to Saturday April From the Amfterdttrn April Apil E are that the Mufcovites flatter themfelves ft that the Turks will obferve the the YiceChancelor SchaffircfF having difpatchd an Exprcfs from Con in order to have the Czars final Anfwer to the new Demands of the Prince MenzikofF is expefted this Week in his Way ta Berlin Heisfollowd Princes Galliczia and with a Body of 30000 defignd for Pemerania where the Swedes expeft a great and are preparing for a vigorous The Ring of Pruflia is going to form a Camp on bis for the Security of his Laft Sunday there was an Hurricane at 5 Leagues from this which blew 40 Perfons off the High the where they were all from the Hague April Afrit The Earl of Peterborough arrivd laft in his Returntfrom Turin and and intends in a few to fet out for The Wtiigfton an Englifh laden with is arrivd here from Briftol The Captain that he carryd into Cagliari and fold a French laden with from the Awfterdam April April The General continues to afTemble and the Debates run high upon the Subjeft of the Mufcovite and the Confederacy of Sen The King joyns with and has recom mended to to confider of the Means of remov ing the aforefaid Troops out of the Polifh His Majetty dcfigns to fend circular to all the Pa latines of the to command them to defift any more Supplies to the The the and Count Marfhal of the Polilh are to write to the hereditary Prince of Mufcovy about it and the Czars Minifter is to be acquainted with the His Majefty will moreover fend an Envoy to the Czar exprefs upon that with to demand for the great the Republick has fufferd by that Princes Troops and our Court will look upon his Refufal to give as a Breach of the Alliance in which they will demand Affiftance from other Potentates The Polifh aad Lithuanian Troops wjll be paid and a Treaty of Alliance with the of Sweden wil be enterd On the the Marfhal in the King3 that his Majefty will not depart from what he has recommended to and will take upon hloifdf Writing to the foreign Po the Diet came unanimoufly to thefc That the Confederacy of Sen domic hall be That the Kings Throne hall be firmly That his Majsfty bill by his prohibit the afferdfng any to the Troops of And the King hall call a general Affembly of Nobility the Time and Place of their April The Jufticiary of the Lunemburg has into Cuftody a certain who ftiles himfelf la or la is fupposd to be a French He heipg with the of the j prayd the Duke to favour him a private and going the Orders peror and the Eleftor of to appreheadthe which the Duke permitted without Accordingly the Countwith his Servants were carryd to the and next were brought where he was put into and His Papers and his Servants This Perfon has far fome time livd at has been at feyeral Courts of particu larly and and busyd himfelf much in State The Danifli been inftrumental in the Difcovery and taking of this On Sunday in the we felt fevew Shock of an and altno it did no divers Houfes were by it at Neuftadtf fix Leagues Afrit Count Pels the General of the Imperial Troops that are has fent to this State to defire Forrage for the and what IhaU b 10 Regiments of Horfc of 1000 Mea and 16 Bat tallions of 800 Men each of may be thai their March to the Netherlands be not delayed And the States have agreed tv deliver the faid April The Refolution Captain Hales arrivd here this withji 3 Mails from which Place he left the 3d Admiral Baker was in the Harbour of Lisbon as was to meet the Brafil dfon under his Command confifted of the fqHowingjjyienL of the Wat PortMa aad The of the PacquetBoat givss an that the Seas are full of jng of which was the Occafion of fo long a JRaflige homeward and That Commodore Crow was to fail with the Ships for England on the headmoft Ships ot the from at as the Captain came a and the reft of the Fleec in Jhcie was no lore of News ;