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Flying-Post (Newspaper) - June 29, 1802, Dublin, Dublin 5- The PO S T-M Monday the 29th Day of 1702. THough the have nrt made any ftir of a long yet their number continues to be very and the Differences betwixt and French Officers in our daily that the Count to the King to the former with birn to the or fend them back to This bath given a freih Provocation to the who laid thac when ever they removed they would find an opportunity to May 27. the Pope to appear very of yet the he is in from the of what may be the his Differences with the the is very He hath had long conferences of lace with 1009 Waggons 800 with Ammunition and They inform us that Prince Eugene his Advantagious that his Parties make every day to the Walls of and return without a Booty from the He hath received a of and a much greater Number is part of them having the Ciy or and June nat 8. paFt hav Cracow % Sweden who was af come to order to call a General Diet $ but the returned the 2^th paft with this That the Cardinal Some Accounts That the K oi the Sieur to the Cardinal Cardinal the Protector of do it while there was a King of Empire upon that bur Poland and in the Imperial and oi the other of at whither they We fee no hopes of except the Pope make to the for the Affront he hath in the Affair of the Marquis del We pre that the Count is to fail fn m Naples with his Squadron to joy ft of the and he coming to The King of Sweden more one after the Cardinal to come to but their Negotiation had no better than the and the to avoid Importunities of this retired froth his Houfe it is not yet known but their common opinion Count de for defence of that he is gone That of which they fear may the Cardinal being applied to before be by the and Dutch Fleets 5 and that the Land Forces on board them will make a on Tome part of that June 2. Our Letters from the and Mantuan that Duke de brought Money thither to pay the their but they bring us no account as fet of the Arrival of the Convoy of by the City of upon Swedes demanding a of had writ to the King of Sweden in their behalf b But the Swedes have obliged the City to pay them 800000 Florins and to the value of 20000 Florins The have Swedes laid a Tax upon all the the Noblemen and
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