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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 3, 1801, London, Middlesex Nuitib. sib 111 ?Ik pgt pan. And the Historical Account, From cjtttfttfiy April 3, to ^tttfttftg Apnj 5, 1701, bvto, March rf� - The Envoy of Portugal has frer *juent conferences with our Minifters, but we don't hear of any Treaty concluded as yet. The Court is fo angry with the Inquifitor General of Spain for his having efpoufed the party of the Emperor, and^di-vuTged fome fecrets difadvantageous to the Government, that the Duke of Uzeda Ambaffador of Rome, is ordered to defire leave of the; Pope fot degrading and depriving him of all his preferments. , Mittau, March a8, ThetSimxdu NeroH, Envoy i�x* traordinary of the French King\ ro^the Court; ofPe-iW,
nnto th^m, that his Intentions are, that the Treaty of Refwigkbe punctually obletqA^ and I am commanded to notify the fame to the Mafters of the Engljfti and Dutch Ships, which may.be in the Harbours, of xhk\s Province,-and I deiire that yp"u will fignify it CP thofe thafc are in the Ports of Nantes and Painbcuf, an4 a0ure tie,rri that they are entirely fafe for .their Commerce, and that in cafe of War they ftall be allowed a fufficient time for withdrawing thernielves,, and their Ej|eds. Remus, March v], ijei. . � , r'jfjf&fcv ; 'Tis believed the like orders^nave been pOTHWed in other Provinces. The. time allowed; % roe Englifh by the Treaty of Refwick'n 6 monrhj^fiid to the Dutch 9, to begin from the day of tbVA curs- . ; ,.: .Mtmhwrgh, April 8� Our Letter11 from CspenHpgtH corygtrayuthat the King of Denmark has agreed to fend frBody of-Jtfopo men to the affiftance of the Emperor, H9//W,and. Other Allies, and that the 7500 Dane sin SaxoMj, ate part of thofe Troops. The French Anv� baffador has laboured very hard tp crots that Negotiation ; but one would think, that the Northern Crowns begin to be fenfible ot the Artifices of Frmet, woieb ijavebeen fo fatalno them, feeing Count Guif- t$rt
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