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Post Man (Newspaper) - February 18, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. Sji G G G Wbt $oft jstat And the Hiftorkal Account, &c. From XtiefDapFerbuary 18, to %ty\tiday February 20,1701 the C�nJ}.in:im]>!e, December 4. Everal Detachments have been fent from ��-rape into Ajia, to enable our Governours to fapprefs the Rebellion of the drabs, who, according to our laft Advice, have lately _r committed great diforders not far from Alep-The Grand Signior has received Advice, that i..>. Sophi of Perfia has declared, that he will give no manner of Protection or Encouragement to rhofe Rebels, who having plundered feveral Caravans, have done as great mifchief to the Perjians as to us. The Divan continues to give all necJfTary orders for re-efhblifhing our Affairs, which was fo much difor-dered during the late War, and two* Lieutenant Ge-1 nerals and a Commiffioner of the Janizaries havebten ' banilhed into fome Iflands of the Archipelago, for uttering reflecting' words upon the Government, in relation' to the Peace. The Ambaffador of Venice has not yet been able to adjuft with the Port the difference between them and his Matters, about the Foi-trefs of Ghbuck in r>almatia, which has put a flop to the fettling of the Limits on that fide. The Turks al-ledge, that by the 9th and loth Article of the Treaty of Carlomtz, it is exprefly ftipulated, that the pafiage from Bofnia to Ragufa mail not only be free, but that all obftacles that may obftruft the frberty of the lame ihall be removed, and 'tis pretended on their fide, that by vertue of the faid Articles, the Fortrefs of Cloluck ought to be demolifhed, feeing the Venetians by the means of it, may at any time difturb and inrercept the Conimunicati&n between Ragufa and the Ottoman Empire. The Venetians are not willing to conde-fcend thereunto, but the Port feems refolved to compel them to it by Arms. Hamburg, February 22. Our Letters from Stockholm fay, that Mr Rmiinfm Refident of the King of England, made great rejoycings there, on the 15th in-ftanc, which was the day appointed for a Genera] Thankfgiving* through the Kingdom of Sweden, for the late lignal Vittory obtained by the King of Sweden, over the Muftovites. His Houfe was illuminated, and there was a great Bonfire before it, attended with feveral Emblems and Reprefentations, and amongft others the following- A Crown with j. Double C Under it, the Motto Carolus a Carolo, Snow falling from a Cloud on the back of the Swedes, and againft the Intrendwnents of the Mufcovites, Cat Mihtat JEther. The City ot~Ner
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