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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 28, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. &61 die Hiftorical Account, &c. Fon EaefOil? January 28,10 XlJUtfttBpJanuary 30, �7o�, Madrid,January 13. Rear preparations are making through all the Cities which the King is to pal's, 111 his way from the Frontiers to this place-, for notwithstanding his M'ajefry has de-fired that people fhouid not put flhein-felves ro any unnecefliry expences,theMagiiirates will nor be wanting fo fhew theirZeal on this occalion.His Mjjefty will i'pend 18 days on his Journey from the Fronricrs/o that he may be expe&ed here by the tenth of the next month. 'An Exprefs arrived here laft week ' from Paris, with Letters from the Marquefs de Cafiel ' dot Rim, odr AmbafTador to the Court of Frahce, ' whereby he acquaints the Regency, that the French ' King had ordered him to allure them, that thty ' had nothing to fear, upon account of the intended ' fnvaiion of the Spanijh Dominions in Italy by the ' Emperor, nor in any other parr; his molt Chriftian ' M.ije/Vy being refolved to affilt them with all his ' mighr, and that Therefore it was requilire ro fend ' orders to rheir Govemours in the Indies and other ' parts, to receive into their Harbours all French ' men of war that fhall come there, and to look upon ' them aj if they did belong to their own King ; for-' biJdjn^ them on the other hand , to receive any 'Ships, either Dutch or Englifli, upon pretence of re-' pairing or taking frefb Water, or any other pre-' certce whatfoever. The Regency having taken in-' ro their confiderarion that affair, have ifiued out ' Circular Coders to the Goverriours, conformable to ' rhe French Kings defire, and duplicates of the ' fame are to be fent from Cadiz to the Weft Indies by ' tw*o Ships. The new King has ordered the Regents ' to flgnify to the Foreign Minifters redding in this * place, that" they muft depart, or acknowledge his ' Majefly upon his arrival. The Count of Harrach, AmbafTador of the Empwor, is preparing to return home, and has delivered to Cardinal Portocarcro, a new protefration of his Imperial Majefty againif. the Will of the late King, which is more large than that he entered foon after the Death of that Yrince. The Count Aversbirg, who was appointed to fucceed Count Uxrrach, will tarry here for fome time without any Character. Orders are fent to Catalonia for difmifling two Regiments belonging to the Emperor, and we hear the fame are ro be (hipped in Bifcay for Germany. The Landgrave ofHeJfe Dsrmfiat, Viceroy of Catalonia is discharged from that Imployment, and 'tis faid he is to b_- fucceeded by a Nephew of Cardinal Portocare-ro. The Governour ofGibraher is ordeied to cauie that Harbour to be exaftly founded, and to fend a particular account thereof to the Regency. The Envoy of Portugal makes a great noife, becauie the new King of Spam in all publick Acts takes the Title of King of Portugal, and quarters the Arms of that Kingdom with his own. The Queen intends to quit rhe Palace on Wednefd*pn$xt, and go to tl^e Houie of the Duke of Montilm, which has been fitted up for her Maisfty. The Garrifon of Ciuta has lately received afupply of Provifions and Ammunition. We hear a itrong Squadron of French Men of War is to come to Cadiz, and that part of it will be fent to meet the Galliony. Genoa, January 13� Our Letters from Provence tell us, that a great number of Ships are taken up for tranfpoitmg Troops into this Country for Milan, rhe French King inrending to have fuch an Army jfl that Durchy, as may oppofe the dsfigns of the Emperor, and keep in awe fome Italian Princes, who perhaps incl/heil ro declare for his Imperial Majeuy. 'Tis impofiibJe ro exprefs the Confternalion of this (-Country, for they arc fenfifele, that the'r Liberties are but precarious , now that the French have fuch a footing in Italy. ' They wiitefrom Milan, that Count Teffi begins to play the Govetnor* there, and finds fault wirli the magnificent Equipage of the Nobility : Thar General is gone -with tbe Marquefs dt las Balbazes, to view rhe Pafles on the River Adda, and towards the Lilies Como and Maggtrre. Tiie Prince of Vaudemont flieweth him all manner of refpecr, and gives him rhe hand in his Houfer... The Catdjnal dp Lemberg has had feveral Conferences with the Gre-t Duke effufcany, on the preient juncture of affairs, but we do not know what has been refolved therein. The Duke of'Savey has forbidden his S ubjecis upon fevere penalties to fell any Horfcs. That Piince is providing his Places with all neceifaries, and it feerns would hin fraud Neuter in this affair. The I-tench Troops which landed at Final, are marching to Cremona, and are to incarnp near that place. There is a report, that the Venetians have agrsed to grant pa/frge ro rhe Imperialilis, but that important news deferves to be confirmed. They write from Thoulon, that 1 < way ifl� months tun*,^
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