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Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 28, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Thorfday Aogoft to Saturday Aoguft from ike Antwerp Augr i I Hey write that Defertera from the French Army That the of Berwick is preparing to fet out for the Court of Upon That a ftceng Body of the Cnemys Cavalry was arrivd in the Neighbourhood of a eoa fiderable is ordeid to march towards the Valley of to fecure the Coun try on that Side from an The Conferences between the Mini ftersof the England and Delating to the remaining betwixt the Emperor and the Efnkeof were lately jefuaid andtis ex peflcd theywill be fpeedily and amicably H A G V Sf A Trety of AlKtnce Cotton He Lords the of the United X vinces of the and the Lords the licole acd great Council of the Laudable Repnb lick and Canton of having for a time had mutually for each other a true and fincere and an entire have judged that it would be ufr convenient to contrail together and per petual defenfiws which may ferve for cheir reci1 and aatf cement together rndiffoluBly tSeSentimentsof Eriendflup anJCwiridence which trrey hive hidicrto for each To this the Lords tte StatesGene cat of tmr United vinceEof tieNetherlandSjhave authorized de Btoeck van PibosVan Am de Steenbergeni and their and the Laudable Republick of Beraei Wi whobjfVirtue of the gjven them have agreed the follow ing There toll be for ever a ftrift defenfive tlnioii tweeattre Lords the StatesGeneral of the vinces of the Netherlands on the one and the Lau dable Canton of Berne on the other v by Virtue of which itrict Union the Parties contrafling engage to have procally a faithfal Care pf their mutual IntereftSjto affift each other by all poffible good to the Evil with which the one or the other Party may Jbe threatnediaod to Succour each ottosr reciptocally in Cafe of This Treaty of Union exrerrdronthe Part of die Laudable Canton of Berne to theDefenceof tfie Terri tories of their High and of their which fhall be regulatedbythe Treary of Peace and whether their fiid Territories andBarriers beat or whether their High Migbtineffes beobliged to enter into War for the Defence of their and Their High MighdaeffesfliaUbefidesbavtf Power to employ the Troops of the which they fhallhare in their the Btffeacfr of all the Dominions of the Kiogdom of which are ia The Laudable Cantoa of Betne keep in theSispsnceef their Higfc not only the 16 Companies of mentioned1 in the Projsit of butlikewiie 8 by a Burgher of Bernei aid emits for tide of the granc to their High Mightineffes attacked pc new Levy of 4000 Men nor cufed from executing this i Levy be demanded at a imminent ani when thofe Trooptare furnifh them with necefl On other J to the the prcfent to i Terr under asalfotod burghers are therCaunty of jweuve or uennevi engagdinia that of theic Sabjecfcr 05 their SS with a Surarequalto 24 Laudable which arerpowim theirl Subfidy fhall whole Time the WaDftaElaftty butif ton fball ger of To formidaBle a elves in abfolutfeaodaodifpenfible tieir which telFl then their obiigd to tl Laudable either which are ae prefentj tin hi engagM ia War indiredllyj ttioie otbir tfie1 the laid LjKidable MfljrinTttij 11 ;