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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 11, 1812, London, Middlesex TTfi A lit From Tbarfday Ski tie HE Scarcity of Corn continues to en creafe in this by Reafon of the bad Crop this Year in and becaufe the Ships are not yet arrivd in thefe Don who is declard ViceAdrril ral by the is to fail with 3 Veffels to the Havana and Vera there to build 3 Men of War for his Majeftys From the Antwerp His Royal Highnefs having receivd that the Portuguefe have embracd theSufpeh fion of immediately difpatchd Expreffes to divers and frefh Inftruftions to his Ambafiadors in Holland and England In the mean Time we are recruit ing our with more than ordinary and 45 Men are to be added to every From the Amfteritm Some Advices from StreHtz and Magdeburg the Treaty of Peace between the con tending Parties in the North isfar and that an Exprefc is fent to todefire the King of Sweden to agree to the Project which is proposd for chat From the Amsterdam Himburg Letters from Mecklenburg That there is a Probability of a Peace betwixt the Swedes and their Enemies That GeneralSteinbock has Adjutant to the King of at who we will agree Sufpenfion of but pretends to keep the Places he has The Swedes continue in a and feem refoled to Hand a The Danifh which ftood ready to was upori the Arrrval of their King at Odeflo andthe Adjutant who was lent to his Majerty by General was fent back on in the Evening He on Mon to with nrw and is to take his Leave this Day f the To thac the Sufpenfion of Arms is row lookd upon be as good as as well by the Rig of Denmark as the Czar and King of The Czar is espeiled ac where great Preparations are irnking his Dc the Hanoverian Troops ave to rtturn to their former Qartcrs in rhe Nether The Senr de who was accubd aliiiling inihePo to btrray is con demiiJ to he Conclmion of the We are That the Qieerr ot Great Britain is re fjlvU nor to quit the proviiioual Regency of till a Tariff is agreed On the firft Savoycf thro in his Way to The French are making extraordinary Preparations on this for aa early having affj ChtfiriMfgl in by which they raife in infieadof The tion of the Army of the Empireare The fpersd a in Juftificaticm df Meu We a re jRat Garrifon Place hath lately receivd a ReinfOrcemencfrorrrr AiaQta and of above Our Letters from thatithe has obligd General near to rifon being redacd General fent thither Orders to Perjpignap totfie great that Place to march tMjhtr witb expeft thatthe vided Hath all upon his Departu is fuddenly expelled tainly of which we havehati force contradiftory Reports fters coming into ftrefs of one the Men arj wich There is at in rhe Bays hereabout gat and the from Bourdeaux Ships bound for FranceV and the Can Richardand from Corn for both for V tift Ma Iocs the fjr Bourdeaux the Ma v iJ ;