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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 13, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 8;t U U Li And die Hiflorical Account, &c> From Xt)UtiOap March 13, to �>murday iMarch 15, 1701. Vienna, March >. AN Exprefs arrived hers on Wtdnefdiiy laft from Count Wrztiflau, Envoy Extraordinary to the Court ot England, with foine dilpatches, with which 'tis laid, the* Imperial Coarc are well iarisiied continues to hold frequent Councils of War and State, on the piefent pofture of affairs; and in the mean tirne, the Troops quartered in Hungary, Moravia, Stle-.fin and Bohemia, are ordered to haften their march towards their refpe&ive rendezvous. Prince Eugene 'of Savoy is preparing his Equipage with all poffible fpeed j being to command in chief the Imperial Army in /-taly. The Court has received advice, from Paris, that the Duke of Savoy � hasjdeclared againftus, and that he is to be Generaliffimo of the French mdspanijb Troops, but his Minifter reading here denies it, and will peri wade us, that his Matter wjll ftand Neuter in this affair. An Exprefs from Rome has brought the confirmation, that the Pope perfifts in his refufal, to grant the Inveftiture of Naples and Sicily to the Duke of Anfiu, which is in effect as much as denying his Title. The Count it Harracb, late Ambaflador from the Emperor to the Court of Spain, arrived here 3 days ago from Madrid, and has given a full account of the intreagues of the French, in the management of the Will of the late King, and-they tell us lince, rhat it will be made out plain, thatjj the Prince had little or no hand in the Writing, which the Regents have given out as his Will He reports alfo, that fo many Spaniards are convinced of that truth, that a confidera-bfe party will appear for his Imperial Majefty, when they fee a favourable opportunity. The Deputies of the Hereditary Provinces are aflembled here, to confer about the railing of the hunderdth Penny in their Countries. The Envoy Exrraordinary of the States General has notified by a Memorial to his Imperial Majefty, that his Matters have acknowledged the Duke of /infra por King of Spain, and communicated the reafons which have induced them thereunto, and new iniTruftions are fent thereupon to^Count Goes, our Envoy to tfie States. The Sieur JeJJen, Envoy extraordinary from the -King of Denmark, continues his Negotiations with our Miniftets of State, bur we do not hear that the Treaty for taking info our fervice the Tjoo Danes in Saxony^ is JjDH as yet concluded, the Court of Denmark infilling upon ionje higher terms, than the Emperor is willing to comply with- Hamburgh, March 11. They write from Copenhagen, that the King of Denmark intends to have an Army inc.imped near that City this Summer, and that the Militia of Zealand will encamp with the Regulated Troops to be exe-rcifed and difciplined. Letters from Livorti* &y, that the Swedes, fuffer very much for want of Pfovifions and Forage, infomuch that Men and Horfes dye apace. They are preparing a Convoy of Proviiions in Sweden defigned for Revel, and feveral Regiments are ordered for Caret/croon^ to be (hipped offforfhe fame place. The Duke of Ho'fiein Gottorp preffes very much the Danes to pay him the Money which is owing unto him, according to the Treaty of Traveniahl, but the Danes put off the payment thereof, and pretend that rhat Prince has not |per-form'd fome previous conditions, which he is obliged to. This difference makes us fear fome new trouble in thefe parts. Our Letters from Drejdtn fay, that they expeft there the King of Pdland in a fhort time* but his journey is like to be retarded, if it is confirmed, that a irrong parry in Poland has declated, that diey will not fuffer any Saxon Troops in that King* dom, nor in the Dependencies thereof, nor fuffer the Republick to be engaged in a Warwith the Swedes. Brufils, Match 18. They expett here with great The EmpeJIT impatience the Refult of the Conferences to be held at the H ft Letters from Madrid tell us, that they are very- apprehenfive there, that the King of Portugal will declare againftthe new Kingof Spain, in cafe thd other Princes of fyrogo fjde wish tke tmperor. They to
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