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   English Post (Newspaper) - January 7, 1902, London, Middlesex                                WITH   NEWS Forei 1702- Rome, Dec, 24. CArdinal Guidicc took his leave laft Sunday of the Pope, and afterwards proceeded on his Journey to Sicily, being made Governor of that Country pro Tempore^ Signior Tour-oon who is made Apoftolick Stadholder of the EalWndies, is Confecrated Patriarch of Antioch, which Ceremony was performed by the Pope, the Queen Dowager of Poland and feveral other Perfons of the firft Quality, had the Curiofity to fee the fame, as being an ;Office never heard of in ^former Ages. A Congregation of State met the laft Week, and dire&ions were fent to the Cardinal Legate of Ferrara, how to behave himfeif towards fuch Imperial Troops as have paffed the Po, with adefign to take Winter-Quarters in the Eccleliaftical State. The College fur propagating the Roman Carholick Faith, met fome Days ago, and difpofed of the Vicary of Duole Bois in Flanders, to the Vicar of the Arch-Bi-flioprick of Mechlen. The Imperial Ambaffador has caufed a Summ of Money to be diftributed among a grc-it many French Defer tors, # who are come hither from Italy. Prince Panfilio's *PaUace is fitting up for the reception of Cardinal de Bovillion, who is on his return hither from France j and 'tis laid,, he brings with him Commiffion to manage the Affairs of that Crown inftead of theDuke d'Uzeda, whofe Conduct is difliked by this Court. Venice, Dec. 30. We have advice that Admiral DiedOj who Convoyed fome Merchant Ships from hence to Iftria, has taken and funk feveral Rovers of Tripoli, that infected the Coaft cf Durazso. Our laft Letters from the Imperial Army fay, Thar they are entire Matters of all the Domains of the Duke of Mantua, and that thofe Peafants of that Country are'ufcd with a1.! imaginable kindnefs, who i^ve put themfelves under the Emperors Prorefiion.Bhe French threaten the Princefs of Mirandola, o^ac-count of her pretended Perfidioufnefs, in receiving into that Place a German Garrifon, and obliging the French to March out from thence with all the Marks of difhon�ur. Letters from Milan fay, That the Government there continue unwilling to grant Winter-Quarters to the French, as being apprehenfive that it will haften the ruin of that Country, and that they will be expelled from thence by the Imperialists with as much Facility, as they have been cue of the Mantuan. 'Tis faid, Prince Eugrne has caufed feveral Bombs to be thrown into Mantua by way of Experiment, and that one of them falling iuto the Duke's Pailace, much affrighted him. The next Day the following Anagram was affixed at one of the Gates, Dux bo+ius evigilx \ male exttio pxrec ftpori ; Nam tux Res aghur\ nam hu cujus erunt ? G^od Duke awake, (hake off thy Lethargie *, Thy Country lies at Stake, whofe will it be ? BsLgne% fxn. 14. They write from L'iban, Thar Monfieur de Rouitle the French AmbaTTador has received a great Remittance of Money in Bills of Exchange, which he is ordered to employ for confirming the French King's Intereft there \ bur we are in formed at the fame time, that fever a 1 Minivers ar. that Co-art have rejected the Bribes offered them by that Mmifter; aiui tha:Coun: Walicftein, the Emperor's A ubjffad'ir is greasy  cirtffed, having al- moA fuiihtd th* Treaty ~of Mirviage d^pendiisg be- 1 tween the Prince of Brafile and one of the Arch* Dutcheffes. Letters from Stockholm fay, that the Duke of Holfton Gottorp was Returned thither from Livonia, but that the King of Sweden was not expeft-ed there til] he has finifhed the War on fuch Conditions as may give fecurity tu his Dominions hi time to come. They write from Berlin, that the Beet Obdam, Envoy of the States General, had lately his Audience of Leave of the King of Pruffia, and that the.fameday he Treated feverai Perfons of Principal Quality, among which were the Dutchefs Dowager of Courland and the three Princefles her Daughters-The King of Sweden has received a new Projeft ef Peace from the /mperial Ambaffador^ which being feconded by the Envoys of feveral other Princes and Stares, who ha^e interpofed their Mediation; 'tis hoped that King may be difpofed to a peace, that (b he may be enabled to execute the Refolutions he has taken in favour of the Common Caufe. General DophjGovernour of frlaftricht, is gone to Cologne. Baron Peftaluci having neg^dated at this C curt feveral Affairs of great importance on the part of the fcmperor, went from hence laft Week for Vienna. Letters from Cologne fay, that the Emperor has forbid the Subjefts of that Arch-Bi(hoprick to pay any Money that the Eleflbr has or fhall demand of them fur maintaining the Forces he has lately ralfcd without the confent of the Chapter. The French quartered at Nuys, offer to leave that place, provided the inhabitants will reimburse them the Dollars which they pretend to have laid out for the repair of the Fortifications there *, but the French in Garrifon at Keyfrrfwaert and Rhineherg have Orders to continue there, and to put themfelves in a condition of Defence again ft a Bombardment. Pxrist fan. 14.   O.ir Affairs in Italy continue in a bad condition, and 'ci* faid that fome other Generals will be fent to that Country next Spring, in the mean time this Court teems to appear well pleal-ed with theConluft of ;Viar(h3l Vitleroy, his ill fortune being attributed to the Fatality of Affairs. The King has fent him a full po.ver to disband what Officers he Ihall think fit, and to difpofcof all other matters in fuch a manner as fhall ft em neceffary to retrieve the Lofs and Difgrace of the laft Campaign. The King has made the Duke de la ffrce Knight of the Order of St. Lew's, in confederation for his Zeal for the Catho'.ick Religion, and the like Honour has been conferred on feveral 0 hers, each of whom are enjoined to raife a Regiment by wayef Requital. This Court is now fall of Officer?, who are to go with the Reinforcements to Italy, but they found ic very difficult to provide their Equipages for want of Money. The Nirquis d'Uxdles is arrived here froth Alface, and has given the King an account of the Pofiure of the Forces in that Country- Tis faid, that great Levies will be made there, that we may be in a condition to aft5 at kaft defectively againft the Emperor's Army, whofe Troops, in ail appea will he more numerous than ours on the Uppsr Rhirtt-Weexpect wrh much impatience the Resolutions of the Court ttf Berlin, upon the Pr-jpofals which ^fhe Duke of Wo^Vnbutrie has made to the Kingot Pruf* fii In favour of this Crown. Lo^d>r\ Jan. 9. We have advxe that 1 S3 Dutch Ships which are ft ill at fui.'de:ux, d^flgn to returu home u.kh all fpeed. eri-er wirh or without Lading, z<&prevent their being fciz.-d by the Fre-.ch Kiug as bapned ir. the brgiuuins cf tht hii- Wa*. The?   

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