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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 2, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Saturday February to Teufday February From lie HE Dutch and Ha noverian Ambaffadorsare here waiting the King of Denmarks Arrival at Shwerin In the mean their Ex cellencies are fplendidly entertaind by our The Danifh Army is arrivd in the Country of Mecklen except 3 that are left at Frubfee Buttis that all the Danifh thofe before arefpeedily to march to the Dutchy ot The Danifti which the loth was come with in two Miles of and the i6th was arrivd near is advancing by great Marches towards the Country of The Swedes endeavourd with a ftrong to fee upon their RearGuard But the Danes obfervd fo good Order in their that they durft not attack Some Regiments are to winter in Roftock But we that the Troops before Wifmar will abandon their Poft in a fhort and return General who commands at prefcnt in the aforefaid has lent the Polifh who were fome time ago taken in one of the Men of War that brought the laft Reinforcement of Troops to Wifmar The faid Men of War met with a great and fome of the Vcffcls were The Danes have broken down the Bridges at Demien and On the 20th che Piuflian that block up the Town of receivd a Reinforcement of fome Foot The Garrifon and People fuffer very much already for Want of We hear his Pruiian Majefty has been prevaild upon to refer his Claim of Poffeflion of that to the Decilton of the Imperial Chamber at to withdraw his Troops from before the In the mean his who have riie of the have causd to ba puhlifhd ahdafhVd in the Villages round the an commanding every Subjeft of the County of Meurs to repair to on Penalty of a Fine of 25 and there what Debts they owe to any of the Burghers of The Elector Palatines Court at DuiTcldorp are gone into deep Mourning for the Death of thePrincefs Wife of Charles Count Brother of his aforefaid Electoral High who deiigns to call fpeedily a Dye of che States of Julieisand to meet at TheChap tercf Cologne by a forbid the In habitants and Subjects of this to pay the Tax posd on them by the Secular for paying Winterquarters of the They write from That the Elector of Triert is fetovt this Day for to pay aVifittobis the ot From the Jmfterdam His Majeftys Council of State pah lilhd the 2d Inftant the following in Favour of the The Ring having causd to be prefented to him ia the Contraft made the ijth of July betwixt his Majefty and the Clergy of and the Letters Patent iffued the 3d of inConfe quence of the faid with the Decla ration of the of the faid Month of OQober j and it being his Ma that the Exemptionfrom the ioth granted to the Eftates of the faid Cler be executed without any with Rela tion to their Annuities on the TownHoufe of and that the Payers of the faid Annuities may not conv prite in the Exemption any Parts of the aid which ought not to be exempted and hiss Majefty being prefent in and having heard the Report made to by the Sieur Connie lor in ordinary of the Royal and Controller Ge neral of the has and by thefc Pre fents That the beneficd Clergy and theEccle fiaftical whether Secular or or other Perfons of the Clergy of producing fignd by the Synoick of the Clergy of their and by the ArchBifhops and ot by their Grand teftifying that they contribute the free Gift granted to bis on Occafion of die by the Affembly of the held in tbeTowA of in the Month of July laft Then the Caffiien of the faid TownHoufe bail be obligd to pay the Ar rears of Annuities belonging to the without retaining the as alfe to reftore the which they may have hitherto on Payment of Arrears of the faid Done in the Royal Council of held at in Prefence of his Majefty 2dof Signd Letters from Dingle that on the iyth Inftant arrivd the Swallow of burthen 90 from with Salt and Fruit for Cork and at Night 9 Men boarded 8 of them pretended they were the other was named Dennis Cojjnel of Everough they endeavourihg to carry the Ship run heron upon atBreak of they plundered the Ship and Crew of what they could carry away 5 the 8 went on leaving Connel OB who was apprehended and committed to His cellency Lieutenant General one of our Lords and M after of the died this Night about 8 of the ;