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Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 5, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening From Tuefday February to ThurfUay February From Hugus HE of Denmark is the 24th at where his Majefty is to continue tome to give Orders about feveral Ar after which he will proceed to Coldingen In the mean the Quarters for his which is marching this are entire ly and the for their more commodious is to be quarterd as far as the hithermoft The King has fent an Ex prefs to ordering General Baron de Leeuen dael to come to him and we are afiurd that feme Re giments are to be tranTported from that Country to thefe The Czar of Mufcovy has fent Affurances to the King of that he will fhortly pay him 6 or 800000 and that he will bear the Charge of equipping a ftrong Squadron of Danifh Men of to put to Sea in the Spring and his Czarian Majefiy is to command the fame in from the Bruffels Gazette faulty We are advisd from that a Flufhjng Privateer having taken a Veflel laden with and brought her into la the Captain of a French Man of which lay in the Harbour of having Intelligence of hired a Tartane and put therein 60 which failing to la f feizd the faid French Veflel r But the Govern ment of Leghorn immediately fent out a which yetook the faid and brought her to reftore fcer to the Flufhing becaufe the French had retaken her in a neutral contrary to the Mari time A Privateer of which had been fome time cruifmg out at meeting a French Ship laden with Corn for carryd her into and declard for From the Hague Courant fanutry According to Advices from the circular Letters of the French were at jaft on the ajd in the Council of that Canton j But fuch Members of the as have the Reputation of being good are high ly offended at the faid partly on Account of the DifrefpeSful wherewith that Minifter treats the and partly on Account of the Sbufiye Terms he befiows on Brigadeer who is raifing a Regiment in for the Ser vice of The Canton of Fryburg has likewife receivd a Letter from Court wherein tie offers in the Emperors to renew the Ex portation from into their and to concert Mcafures with for procuring them a free Vent of their throughput the virhole pire Twas that thefe Offer will induce the Canton to rejeft the Proposals of the Ficcch Auibaf Portfmoutby Her Majtfiys Shfps riding ae Spithead are the Mil Le Woolstich and Blanford and yefterday the Oxfjid faild out uf the Harbour to The fame Day laiid KM Majcflys Ship Loo from Heliens to There are in the Downs her Majefiys Ships Re Bedford Galley and Outward Carter Robert and Johnj Grandy and Gptd all for Virginia Hopewel fur the Dutchefs for the John and Eli2abeth5 Mary and and Wheatfheaf for Lisbon Sarah for Endeavour and both lor Oporto j Queen Oporto and Pro all 3 Vlftuakrs for Lisbon j and yefterday ia the Afternoon came in hither Her Majeftys Canterbury and under their Convoy about 30 Coafters from A Yatcht not being ready tocarry over LieutenantGeneral the Lords of the Admiralty have ordered two Men of War toconroy him on board one of which the Mail of Friday laft is All the Packet Boats are ftifl en other Her Majefty has been by to Conftitute and Appoint the Righc Honourable William Efqj to be General of all and fingular her Foot or to be employd in Her Her Majefty has been likewife by to Conftitute and Appoint him the laid Right William Efq to be Commander in Chief of ad Her Land Forces in in the Abfence of his Grace the Duke of Yefterday being the Queens Her Majefty went to Her Royal his Grace the Duke of Ormond carrying the Sword of There was a great Concourfe of Perfons of Qualky at and amongft them Prince Eugene and other Foreigners oC The Day was obfervd the nftul So and the Evening concluded with We That her Grace the Dutchefs of New has given the Sum of Five Hundred towards the Repairofthc CollegiateChurch of South of which the greater part was deftroyed by Light on the of Nevember laft and that the Lord Archbifhopof has given Two Hundred Pounds for the fame v Thomas ;