Tuesday, March 22, 1701

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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 22, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorkal Account, &c. From g>attttfcay March 22, to %\X&#fy Marc h 25, 170!. Vienna, March 19. UPon advice that the /r��c� Troops in-creafe very much in, the Milaneze, and that they have poffefled Mffandola and Caflilime, our Troops defigned for /y are ordered to hairen their March, and the Generals are preparing to fet out. An Exprefs from* Roto* hats brought advice that the Pope has again refufed- to the Spamjh Arhbaffador and the Cardinal erf Fiwrbin the Inveftitute of Naples and Si�7jr arid they tell ux further, that ou r affairs feem to have a better profpeS in-Italy fince the arrival of rhe French TroopS into the Milanese.'The Emperor has approved that the Duke of Mantua fhould recieve into his Capital City fdme Troops of the Pope , for the iecurity thereof, left the French fiiould poflefs themfe Ives of it. Prince Lemis of Baden has finiAicd his conferences, and is returning to Bohemia, upon advice rha.,t his. only Son is dead, and as foon as his Princefsis brought to Bed *iis faid that his Highhefs will let out for the Rhine. The deputies of Suabia are gone home, and the Emperor has ptomifed them to pay them joooo'Rix Dollars a Year , till the fum of 250000 pretended by them, is actually difcharged. ThefeDepuciesiare not much fati-M fled with the Succefs of their Negoriaton'/ arid declared that tile- delays of the Court in ndl redreding the grievances complainHed of, will perhaps induce the Circles to take foraemeafures which'they are unwilling to. The Imperial Minifters, hafe taken fucri CaYeto get money, that we are allured they have ini CaflV enough to pray; it 7000 men till the latter end of "jttf, and they are now about means to provide for their future pay and fubliftance.'fheSecretary of Count Strdetntan is returned to Warfaw , with, new infrrufti-ons of his Imperial Majefty relating ro the War between the King of Poland and the Crown of Sweden. Rome, March 12. Ceunt Lemberg, Arr.baiYador of tie Emperor, *2ving received by an Expats a Letter �om hii Matter, for the Pope, andaccordiBgly delivered the/ame, his HoHncfs has returned an anfwer with [lis own hand, ancffeit the famt by a Courtier sf his owa, which gives great umbrage to the French and Spaniards, who from thii rcciv-i}' arid ftveral other fteps of thii Court, conjecture -that tlie Pope is More favourably diipafod for the Emperor than/or the new King of Spain.' The Imperia lifts cell u�, that a Marrifeftb of the Emperor will fuddenly come our,, to &ew that theXinc of Charla V. being exrincl, theSuaceaion of Spain is devolved upon his Imperial. Majclty, as the only H'eu; of Ferdinand,' -Brother to Charles the 5 th, Son to Philip of A'u-ftriS," and'Jdanna,1 Daughter ;to. Ferdinand, rhe Catholick Heireiiof the Monarchy of Spain. .They tell us likewiie, that his Imperial Majefty wittipubliilLtd the World lu'ch things, as wiff convince aE, impartial rues,Ithat the A^riting which the Regent^ofSpain; have, given out aj the Wifl of their late K.mg,-iVa downright _ Forgeiry. , That Manifefto is impatiently expeftefd-,' and the French andSraniafds ieem ro be afraid of'tnecohfequencesi tbejeo� In the mean time the Popeperiiftj in his refu(il^granring"hjsBullof, Cpoilrmation tr/fiich  Bifliops, as haws beenjiarnedbyxheTOVijKing ofSpain. Out-new Levies are carriedoo with agoocf fuccefi. Grcnoa, March 14. The Pope has defined forne Troops of this Repute lick to garriion, as its thougfit'Mantua, and.che Republfck has granted him'700 men, which will ffiortly begin their march.-  By a Felucca arrived here from Provence w e have advice, that Orders are come to Thoufcn logout all the Men of War in that Harbour with the utmoft expedition, and that they are to fail to the Srreighrs, the French Ktng intending to have there a Fleet confiding of. 20 Men of War from 80 to 90 Guns, 6 from 70 to 8x>, 4Frigotsof4o, 3 Fireftiips, 3 Bombing Veflels, and 20 Galleys, to flint uprh� Mediterranean againft the En-glfli and- Dutch, and there is a diicourft they will lay a Toll in the Streights, as the Danes have done in the Sound. They write from Milan, that the French have lent a reinforcement to MiranJola, and that they intend to encamp between Lodi and Crema, and that the former Town is to be their plaqe of Arms. They prepare a Train of Artillery at Milan, the SieurBelKno having undersaken the fame, upon the pro-rrrifes made unto him that "he fliall be punctually paid. The Swiii Cantons have refuted the 40000 Scudi, which were offered them in part of their Arrears, and pretend to bav* the whole paid unto them, which is an unweloome campUrnentirtrj&pj^imriunclurc, that Mcjney is fc fcarce with the Spaniard*; ancTthat riey ftaAd lomuch in nee^ of the Switzars. ?qrage, and iri gerie|al all rnanner of Provifione Begin to, be very fcarce in the Mflanezei arid Ifthe Summer ftoulb! noi prove fi>6-, vourable aa it is commonly in thoft parts, ir will be very chargeable to fubfift a great Army therein. Reauirj and New Levies are expeSed at Finarfrom Naples and Sicily. ; - c ' Maeftricht, March 30. Allowr Tr'ooiJs'iiilf weie' in rhe Spanijh Froptisrs aie arrive'd infa this Cify, t'ftif the Regiments of Slavgeiigbicrg and Eukelmt are march? to the Grave, and that .of-tfeyde rb M'nieghen, fo tbat the Garrifon confifts of i the.Trea'ty of PartIti6'n,fof preferving7trl� Peace into I 'of Europe and their own Dopiiniont; arid that the ' rnfift Chriffian ^ihgby his accetrting the Will of ' the late Kingof Spain, has fruftrated the ind of thac ' T1.!___ .'_1 'it C__^cUrilml^nf !. fnnMJ /inr In lion \ Spanifh Succeflion, wqjch' were atkncrw'ledged and i" flared in rhe Treaty^ 9rPariid6n. 2: Thathis Im-' perial Majefty be defired to enter into a Negotiati-' on jointly with England, Hollandj France arid Spuin: ' j.That rhtFrencIj.'I'fobps do in a certaihtime e�acu-' ate all the Sp��//bCountry in the Netherlands, withou^c ' being allowed to return upon anypretencewhatfjeves ' 4. That theT*Oopsjth*tfha)I be maintained in thole ' Provinces fljall-b^Sparjifh or Walloons^iri the pay of ' his Catholick Majefty,. without' any French amongfr ' themj upon ,any, pretehCe whatfoev'er.' That in ' ca|eo{ need, his.Gatholick'Maje'fFj' may rake Auxi-' liary Troops^ frprri the ^^"4 of England and the ' States,.. <5. That fo/'th^e greater fecunfy of England ' and Holland, Oftend aha Newport fhall be deliver-' to the Englifh,^ajc$ Venlo, Ruremonde, Stev.ens-' Vatrt , - LvH^mburjh, Namur, Charleroy, Mons, * Depderrapnde, ,Pajnnie, and St JDonnaes, to the 4 Dutch, with all their Citfadels, Forts and Fortifica-'tions whatfoevex, with power tq garrifon the ifame ' with their own Troops, as they ffiall think fir.which ' Gaaifon they.ftjiall'exchange an5 augment as Ihijt ' Audi fee occafiop;, without any hinderince olr mite-' ftatioh, and likewiie that they {Han appoint the Go-4 v^^rnours and Commanders, and that France agd ' Spain fhall not be allowed to ;brtild.' erect or caff ' nv Fortifications, Lines,1 &c. about'the- laid plai laces. , That th�Spanifh Netherlanas fEaffriever come to ' the Crown of Fraince, either by Gift, Sale,Exchange, 4 Succeflion, Tefbroent, or any other Tirle^whatfoe-4 ver 8. That the Svibjefts of the Crown of England ' and the States, flwll enjoy1; in^ the; Dornnuoos � of Spain both wiitin�nd"withcut Europe, ��J*yn* r- 'Rights

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