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Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 28, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evenin From Tuefday 28 to Thorfday Odober arrivd Qns from and Two from From the Hurlem Vtrecht HE Plenipotentiaries of the Allies aflembled as ufually and the Bifhop of who ftaid with a very Jhort by reafon of his being but juft recoverd from his Indifpofm acquainted that the ofStraffbrd was to return when tis erpefted the general Conferences win be Several Minifters are gone from hence to the to pay their Complimentto Prince who cis will go in a fiw Days to from the Hague Latt Thurfday faiId from an Englifh Man of having taken on Board feveral Quantities of Goods for whither fhe is bound She is to touch at to deliver a Packet of Letters to that and another to Admiral uho is lying before that City with the British Troops on By a Ship come from in j we are advisMj that upon a Report fpread that the Era prtfs was to in a fhort for fe veral of the principal Grandees of had with that Court and that Marfhal Staremberg rcfcurnd to his near had fent intorcements to the Troops before Gironne and becaufe thofe Garrifons had in feveral obtaind fome Advantages over Ring Philip has fent Orders to fet ac all the Prifoners of who were con rind in fcveral Parts of the for their Adhe rarce to the Houfe of and tor other Ti is occafions Abundance of tho the like was when the Queen was brought to Bed of a Second The aforefaid Order contains among other that the Prifoners fhall have to return to their on Condition they behave rhtm fclves as becomes faithftU or to retire out of The 6 Men of under Admiral are arrivd at having in vain endea voura to intercept the thatfairM lately for New Spain Tis fupposd they knew nothing of the Sufpenfion of Letters from Catalonia that nothing Importance has bapprnd betwixt the 2 and they wriiefrom thac the Marquis de Bay is pufhing on the Siege of Campo and hop3s to hw Garrifon to furender by the i6th From ibe They write from Fort that Engineer arc fent rhi to repair in all the Half Ravelins that are and the Bridge which is very old To this End the People of Yrje have lint in Pioneers Tis thai 5 new doubts are to be built about the to make it particularly on the North The of Ormond is preparing to go fhortly for The Brazil Fleet wfeich arrivd here the 8th h very and brings near 12 MiHipns of Crowns in about 20000 Cbefts of and 50000 Rolls of We have receivd from Spain a Copy of King Philips Circular tor Aimmoning the Cortez or that Kingdom to It is as J lie TO Ef and furacient Men of the very noble City the Capital of my Kingdom of You may have already heard of the Treaties of Peace depending between this of France with that of andthat as onepfthe principal Preliminaries fur the cementing the fame and permanently for the proceeding a generai theMaxiro chepni verfal Good and Qajet of the feveral fo that Jiy the yniting ofmaojrjrlto Balance of the defired Equality jnay not ieci to the Advantage of the Danger and fy of the it has ptoppsd and inQfted upon s and is agreed on my an4 that of of France my that in Qrder to any time the Union of this that of and the Poffibility ofits in any ffiatt be made reciprocalRenunciationsforMeand ai mytefcei dants to the poffibJeSueceffipn of the France j as like that Renunciations fhall be made CO narchy by thofe Frinces for them and their exifting or for this to be onboth jfhte very ijJK and it proper of y ready and ratified a Months in which Things may be ultimate y as jit is a liandjng and perpetual that for preferring the Balance of Povef all imaginable Care ought to to lynder the Union of my Monarchy ojr with tjatjOf f6 the like Inconvenience plight to be guirded with Refpeft to the Houfetqf ancl therefore Monarchy jncvcr again to thatttpufei Vjiofe Dominions even withuuc tJie of the Ertipirc would make It his beea fettled by and the King niy Meand my and iVDetault the Sucxeifion of this fhalldefcejld to the Family of the Quke of who by cendant of the DauKnter of KingPhilip and alfo upon Account 61 e ;