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   Post Man (Newspaper) - March 27, 1801, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 817       H H H And die Hiftorical Account, &c. From%fy\Ttift&? March 27,to ^atUtdap March 2^, 1761. Pf>Ji�, March i r. iHE. Rogi ikafejly expected - from Zj7A�tf�S^j,Teveral Expreflis : have been lent to acquaint him, that the Troops of v the Crown hive* Cortfede-rated for want of pay, and that rhe Dyet of/cGwf Polandhave refolved, to oppofe by force of Arms, th6 coming in of the Troops Into their -Country. Their General is returned home, to ifFue out his Circular Letters to the Nobility, to hold* themfelves in a readjnefs to march for. the fervice of the Republick, atnd theiT Deputies are waiting'^ere for rhe King's arrival, and ate refolved not to go.'home till they have s fatisfactory anfwer on their grievances. The Poles t ake a great umbrage of the Conferences' be-^ tween the Czar and his Majefty, and rather the more, becaufe they know, that none, but Stxon Miniffers were, admitted info the fecret thereof. The Palatinates feemvery much alarmed, upon advice that 7000 Danes are to come into thefe parts, and as the Wat with is the pretence of the march of thole Trpops, the Po}u feem unanimoufly refolded to preft the King to a?ake Peace with the Svedts. The Confederacy of the Army was very tumultuous, and they had great quarrels about chdoiing a'MatfBal, but not-_ witbftanding thenr mutiny, we have ftill fome hopes that,the Crown General will perfwade them to return to their D*ty. TheSieur Ttviapski is returned from Cmningiberg, whether he was fent as Envoy Extraordinary to Complimeiit the'new King of PruQi*. The Lithuanians art very much dffl$^iSed with the King, for his putting fome S*x��Tr6opiinto Wilna,Birzen,ind wveral other places in that Country. Brujfelt, April 1. The Ele&orefs of Bavaria, who intended at firft to Continue here till the tenth inftanr, will fet out on Wednesday next for'Germany, and moft of the Servants of the Elector afe gone away. The Marquis de Bedmar commands in thefe Provinces, and tikes the Title of Commander General of the Ntther- lands, in all the Patents and Orders that are iffued out. He goes in a day or two. with Prince Serclaes of Tilly, and the Sieur de Puifegur, to vifit the Fortifications of Attt9trp and qthex places in Flanders. *Tis faid that the Marquefs.de Leganexy or Don Fr-ancifet Bernardo de Slgirot, {rand very frir for the Government of thefe Provinces- They talk very much Of War in this Country, especially fi,nc.e the demands of the Engllfli and Dutch. JThey write from Paris, that the , French &ingfeemed very much concerned when he heard the fame, and no doubc but they will caufe the fame fttrprize at the Court^ of Madrid. Our Letters from to//  betides what retrains in rhe French, Conquefh ready at hand to come.to our afllffance in cafe of need. Our, new Levies are ina great forwardnefs, and great fumms of Money tire-brought from France for that fervice, and other public k occasions. Paris, April 2. The Spanifb Arhba/rador 'refiding here gives out at Court, thar the King of Portugal ha$ concluded an offenfive and defenfive Alliance wrffa the -King of Spain; whereby thofe Princes obl/ge theoifelves roaffift eacrVorher with all their For ces.boffi by Sea and Land; but' this news does not yet meet with an entire credit, tho that Ambaffador .prefendi that it is out of queftion. ' Tis faid  Count Ztnzendirf Envoy_ Extraordinary of the Emperor,'will fhortly rake his audience ofleave to return home. TliatjMij nifter talks of the affairs of Spain, with a great dcal-of freedom, and even to "the King himfelf, who was offended at fome exprefOons the Envoyufed* in vindication' of the" pretentions of his- Maffe t.. Upon ad -vice, that the Commons of England have declared the Princefs SiphU'."Butthefs Dowager of Bannoverf the aext in Succeffiori to their Crown, i rcis /aid the Dutchefs of Orleans, arid all other Princesand/ Prin-ceflej of the Royal Blood of England, vtfap are near.er than that Princefs, are to enter a Probation againft that Declaration. Our Letters from ihoultn and Marseilles tell us, that they fit out in rhbfe Harbouis our Men of War andGallies with an incredible.diligence, arid that they at e to fail for the Speights, for fecurmg tbatpaffage. Orders are fent to the Govarnottrs and Inteadants of our Maritime Provinces, tq provide the Harbours and other places along the Coaft, with all necefiaries, that they may be in a condition to fear -nothing from our Enemies, altho the King fhould think fit to have no Fleet abroad in" the O-cean. They write from Naples, that the Viceroy having received orders from our King,, to fend a fupply of Provisions into theDutchy of Aff/��,where they begun to be fcarce, they were fhipping off in the Harbours of tbat Kingdom 2 0000 Meaiures of Wheat, and 10000 ofBarly for Final, ro. be carried fro�� thence to Milan. The Viceroy of Stiify is doing the fame, and they hope, that our Magazines in thofe parts' win be very well provided before^he Germans tuve palled the Mountains. The new King. of Spain was not proclaimed inSieify, rill the aoth of January laft, but that Ceremony was attended with all imaginable folamnity. Our Letters from Madrid teil'os, that the new King makes great reformations in the Government, and that the Council of Spain is convinced^' that their affairs cannot be reftored to their Ancient, fplendor. but by a frugal management of the publick Revenues. ThefupprefBon of feveral Penfions has at firft caufed a great difguft among fome of rhe Nobility, bat they are now fenfibleof theneceffky offucb a reformation.' London, March 59. Our Port Letters yefterday from Falmouth fay, that the fijtpb ef and for London from Lisbon, theBtfty from Ter'tera, the Endeavour from the Streights, the Richard -and Hamab of Birdhamfiead from Bourdeaux, are all failed thence for London. The Henrietta of Whitby, for Rotterdam, with about 40 fail of -Dutch Merchant Ships homeward bound ftom Francs. The fame day failed thence his Ma jelly s Ship the Plj-tnteuh for the Downs. The Letters add, that luch care has been taken there by the CommiffioneTS and Captains, that all the Men of War in that Harbour are compleatly equipt and manned, and ready to failpmd at the coming away of the Letters , i 50 Volunteers from Biddiftrd and Barn ft able, came and lifted them* felvesinro his Majeftys Service. jrdhf   

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