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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 8, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. &Z2 I I I And the Hiftorical Account, &c. F.oaiXUCCoav April 8, to Kt)\Vtt&&? April 10, 1701. Hamburg, April 8. OUr Letters from Warfaw, Mitt an a�d Zi-tbusmia tell us, thar the King of Poland is very uneafy, fince the auJicnce of the Deputies of Great Poland, who rold his Majefty in exprefs terms, thar they could nor approve his War againft Sweden, aor his private Alliance wifh rhe Czar of Mufcovy, the moft ancient and dangerous Enemy of rhe Republic k amongft rhe ChriIrian Princes. They reprefented alio that the Pa-latisates had taken fuch umbrage at rhe deligns of his Majefty, that they were refolved to oppofe by force of Arms the march of any Foreign Troops info the Kingdon>,and that their Jealoufies were come to that degree, that nothing but the meeting of a General Dyer couid prevent che civil Troubles the Republick was Threatened with. The Confederated Nobility in Lithuania continue in the fame animoficies as formerly, and they defire the King ro lend home his Foreign Troops, and that Genera! Fleming be turned out of the Employment which has been given him in that Dutchy. The/e difficulties do, as 'tis Taid, incline rhe King of Poland to Peace ; and we hear from Mittau, thar fome Mini Iters are to have a Conference near Riga about that fubjeS. Our laft Letters from Mofcow fay, that the Czar is making great preparations for continuing the War againft Sweden, 'but he wants Money, and his Troops are fo difcouraged, ; that the SwsMe! have no great reafon to fear.them. Tie Duke of Halftein Getiorp is gone into Pomerania, to review the Swedifb Troops, which together with tbjofe that are in �the Durchy of Bremen, make a Body of 10000 effe&ive men. The Duke is railing fome men for his Guard and a Regiment of Dragoons. 15000 men of the Forces �c�.Urandenburgh are on their march for the Dutchy of .Cleves, and 'tis faid that their FruJJian Majefties will itrortly go to Cajfel, and from thence to Cleves. Turin, March 29. This Court having received advice by an Exprefs difpatched. by Count Maffey, out; Envoy extraordinary to the Court of England, lhat rhe Parliament were upon making a further i'rovifion fbr the Succeffion of that Crown, the Pake or' Savoy has thought fie to order his/iiid Envoy ro make a fort of proteftation againft what mail be done by thei iParliament in that point, in prejudice ro the. Dutchefs his Wife and his Children. 'Tis true,; they ate well informed, that there is an Aft of Parliament already part , which excludes all the Princes qf the Catholick Religion, and that the .people of .England-base no difpoiition to alter it ; but however the Crown of Great Britain is fo very confi-dexable, that her Royal Highnefs will not let it pais into another Family,, without putting her claim to it. The Protefhrjon, ,or rather Repreftntation of her Right, is exprefTed in fuch moderate terms, and fides is fo very fhort, that we think it may be acceptable to the Reader. Jjs A Npic ifOrleam, Dutchels 0$Savoy, &c. Princefs of . uljL ' the Blood of England, by the Princefs Royal ' of Great Britain, Henrietta her Mother, puts fix high a -'-value on that Prerogative, that fhe gladly makes ufe
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