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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 19, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 827 t.I I And the Hiftorical Account, &c* From"$atlWda2 April. 1* to, JJttetoilp April 22,17^ 3, He orders given to the Swcdfi Troops 'in B-vjbm to marcti by the firft of May for Pomaravia, aild the Train of Artillery t:�y have prepared, make People tear ri:j.r the Republick fibaJl receive thereby, for onr Frontiers. Hamburg, April 22. being fecured on that fide, our Troops may be ufe- ' fully employed in other parti. All needfary, pre- parations are made to enable rhem to incamp, as ibon as the Weather will permit it, and in the meantime' the Garrifon of Maejlricht is lb conliderably augment- yi>-.^-, ------ . ed, that out of the Troops therein the States flp.ay . bles ia the North are not fo form a good Flying Camp, to intercept the Cfcjjpf-. nea5-�i^4n end 4j tit was believed, and we hear from, voys for the Spanifh GuelderUnd, in cafe of a rupture'' Drifden, the Stales of Saxiny are very apprehenlive of with Spain. Letters from Qroninghtn fay,.-that they an Iv/aiion; however as fome Troops of the Houfe of have difcovered a Popifh Plot, to ''bdtr'ay that Town Luntvbzrgh are to march into theDutchy of Bremen, ~-l - n"----c w-i- -_j -l... _n f,, for the fecurity therof,'tis not believed that thofe Princes would favour an irruption of the Swedes into Saxony, which would create a War in the Empire, and -many are of .opinion that the bwedijh Troops in" Pamstanii are to be pofted on the Frontiers of rhat Country, to t^ive lbme jealoufy to the Poles, or encourage the Dy;et of Poland, which according to our lafr ad/ice? from War jaw, will certainly declare a-gainft rhe War underraken by the King againft the S&eda, and the puvac* League he has entered into with rhe C/.jr of M-fovy. There is a frrong report, as if there ua, > Treaty abnoft concluded between d Sn>:d.n ; but we don't know what �)c the iirae. Our lafr Letters from Livvrii.i fay, that a good body of Troops was arrived ntRev?l frrrn Swedaj^nd was marching towards Lays. They have j;ke>vife received a good fupply of pro vifious.which they v.v.n.-id very much. Notwithftand-ing ti.o i'..rnty of the weather, his Swedifi Majefty has taken all poiii^b care to exercife his Troop;, and by mock Sieges has fhow'd them the way how to arrack Places. We hear from Hannover. that Count Xappaeh Envoy Extraordinary of the Emr the latter an cro'.ind i iieri is to the BUhopof timber; and they tell us the following particulars. One of the molt confiderable Papifts of chat City being 3 writing'in hjs Clofn; was called down to.fpeak with fome body, who asked for him, and while he was down Stairs, a young Boy,, Son to that Man went by chance into ins Fathers Clo-j ier, and finding fome Papers upon the Table, took' � two or three (beets, and went to School. The School Mafter percei^g To. e Writing, had the curlollty to read jjr what was.and found ;hatit was, parr of a Letter from thac Chiius Fatfacr to the Uiffcop of Mxnjier on the ptefent pofture 01 affairs, wherein he teils him there was never fuch an opportunity for him to gain that Town, while it was unprovided, that the cttfef*-. Proteftant Burghers being unawares, might be tafily ' muithered, and feveral other things of this nature-j.. whereupon he went to the Burgomaflers, whft imrnoi/. diately lent "to feize the Perfon, but he had already*1"! made his efcape, becaufe having found the -'Paper*', miffing, rre didnot quefHon, but he fhould bedifeo-" vered. Whether this is a general Plot of tbePapifts, . or the private conttiver.ee of that Man, 'tis norJyetJi; known; but in the mean time the Government
' ;U� advantages, the Paris, April 27. The Treaty with the Duke o�I Wolfembtittle is finally concluded, and the King gives, him ffoooo Livers a Month for maintaining 8000 MejiT^ Lieutenant General Reft is upon his departure fer Flanders, to corr.rr.and our Troop* in thofe Parts/ and the Marefchal of Bafflers is to command in the Maefe. The ^unt de Tallard has been very favourably received, andin confederation of his Services duriogi his EmbafTy in England, the King has made hixrict Knight of his Orders, and given hiitt the.difpofaioB the Government of. ftix, which he may fell for fifty or. threefcore Thoufand Crowns. 'Tis faid that the Marefchal of Toerville is dead. There is. a report sit Court, that the Pope has at laft been prevailed upoix to give the Inveftfluw of iH*;ki. and Sitily to rhe new King of Spain, and there is hop* to petfwade the Fenttians to take fome of our Troops into their fervice; but this is fo contradictory, to our formef adviceJfrom Italy, that we muft wait for our next Letters before we can give credit to that News. Thejr prepare a fecond Convoy, of Arms and Ammunition, to be fent to the Spanijh VA.ll Indier, feverai,Fxigctr arelikewife to be fent thither. Monfieur d�\Q>fe, Got vernour of Petty Guavet is (iiddenly expeft.ed from Madrid, whether he was fent cornaRefame Propof�ls to
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