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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 6, 1801, London, Middlesex iBan,3lilti , And tlie Hiftorical Account, c^c. F,'OJiiXt)UriSav.Ma�lch 6,'ia &arilgtia,p March 8, tyor hUdrid, February 14. He Steer Sthanenberg, Envof of the King England and ths States Genera], has delivered a Memorial, defiring that the Letters which were taken from the Ma-si^ ffer of the Horfe of the Earl of Matt' chefter, AmbaiTador of the King of England to theCourt of France, who was lardy drowned on our Frontiers on his rerurn from hence to Paris, be reftored urtt'e him, but he his received no other anfwer, but that the fame were in the Kings hands. The Kings public* Entry into thh City is appointed in April next, and in the mean time his Majefty continues at the Buan tictira. We have advice from Cadi\, that they were to begin to unlade die effects brought on board the Flotilla, as the iyth inftant, and thac the Chamber of Commerce of Sevil, have agreed to prefent the .King with 300000 Pieces of Eight in lieu of the In-^ dulto. They talk of gre.if alterations in this Court, and r'nat orders are iffued out for fortifying Cadiz, Gibraltar, and fome places on the Frontiers of Portugal. IVarftw, February 28. We hear from Lithuania, that the Negotiations for reconciling the Houfe of Sapieha, and the Nobility' of that Country, are like to come to a good ifTue, and that the King hopes to ingage the latter, to aflift him with a good Body of Troops againft the Swedes. In.the mean time moft of the P*kl:'ii*iet of the Republick declare againft that XV?i, uimJ JieDyetof Great Poland has refolved to fend a D-.pacnion to his Majefty, to defire ; r. That a General Oyet may be called againir /faynext.i.Tbat a Pea.-^ be concluded with Sweden. 3. To endeavour ro appaafe the Civil troubles in Lithuania ; and 4thly, that liij Majefty will be pleated to fend out of Poland *11 hh Sn~tm Troops, according to his ibkmn pro-mifes m the General Dyet. The French Envoy, who intended at h'rft to attend the King into Lithuania, tarries here, and daily expe&s to be re. called. Mittau, March 2. An Exprefs from Birz.cn has brought advice, that the King of Poland arrived there the 11ft pail,arid theCzar of Mufmvy the next day with Duke Fer din unci, the Prince of R.ad?Jvil, the Siei:r Cg/n-ski, and fome other Grandees of Lithuania, and riiac leveral Conferences have been held about the VV.;r ajjuinft Sweden, and the adjuring the differences in Lithuania: tiic fame Expre.s bri 11 :;s advice, that the King of Poland, -the Czar and Duk\; Perdinar.d were to fer out few days after for this place. The Swedijh Troops which were marched out of Riga,are returned into that place ; from whence chey writ;, that CJounc Guifeard, AmbaiTador of France, is gone to meet the King of Sweden ac Darpzt, to communicate unto his Majefty fome overtures for entering inco a Treaty. Framkfm, March 9. Letters from Vienna fay, that orders are lent to' the Troops defigned for the Rhine and Italy, to haften their march, and that the Generals we;s on their departure. They confirm, that the King of the Romans designs toferve in perfon upon the Rhine, awd learn the Military Art under Prince Lewis of Baden, for whom he ha? a parriculaj efleem. They wjire from Srvijferland, thur the Grifons take great iaibnge of thcdelitfus ot the Fr:nch, mice the taK ter hare Garnfoned the Fort of htentei on their Frontiers. Some Letters fay, thaf the Emperor arrets to the Neutiaiify, delired by the Circles of Smbin.znd 'francotiia, provided rhey put themfe.'ves in a good pollute of defence, in Cafe Hie Empire firculri be attacked. The French Emoy had deilred thofe Circles to refufe pajfage to the Imperial Troops, but he has received no fatisfailory ar.fwcr Hamlurf, March jj. The differences about tha Sacceffion ofMecklenburg Gujlrau are at la ft adjuftea confirmed from Copenhagen, that the King cf Dtmnarkis fending a Body of luYTroops ro the aflift-. ance of Holland; and they tell us.that the Sieur Schtnet-tau is arrived there from the King of Pruffia , with a Commiffion relating to the prefent junfture of affairs. The King of Denmark has forbidden the Seamen in his Dominions, to enter inro the fervice of any Foreign Prince. The. King of P'ruJJia augments his -Foices with 10 Men in each Company of Foor, and io in each Troop of Horfe and Dragoons. A Body of the Forces of thatPrince are marching towards Clteves. Bruffels, March ii. An Exprefs arrived here on. Sunday laft from Madrid, with feveTal Difpatcltes for the Eleftor of Bavaria, and Don Qtn'm AmbaiTador cf Spa'th at the Hague, and his Ele&orai Higiinsfs has lince fignifiedto the Relldents of the Empeioiand the Ete&or Palatine, that it is his Majefty s p!e�fu*e tbar they fhould depart his Dominions, the Mlnifters �f thofe Princesj having received the like orders at)L Madrid. The French Troops continue to arrive in fhefe Provinces, and their Cofnmiftloneis are buying Horfes.and providing Magazines in leveral places, that we may be in % eondition to begin the Campaign betimes, for our Letters, both from the Hague and Paristell us, that the Conferences between Count d' Avaux and other Minifters, are like to come to nothing, ior they tell us, that die French King and his Carholick -Majefty are re folved to give the States no other fecurity than their word, and the confirmation of the former Treaties between Spain and their Repub-lick, which theDutch do not look upon as a fuffici-ent 8arrier. Me(fieurs de Ceignf and Jfhgnan, Licriire- , nant Generals of the French Troopj, have been two days in this phce, and the latter let out yefterday for Antwerp, and the former is going for G\ld for hiving ceafed to exert itsVertues, has lately recovered irs reputation; the Wife of an Inhabitant of Arnaj, which for three years paft could nor go bur upon Crutches, having on a fudden recovered the ufe of her Limbs by praying im to that Image. As this was performed mthe pretence of many people, the BiOiop of Sair.ur has given under his hand that this is a true Miracle, and has granfed forty days Indulger.�ts to lvch vho ftt.J! v-fit rlic Chijrrti
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