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Post Man (Newspaper) - May 17, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From ^atUtitltff May Vf,. xo ^Uefifop May gb; i7aj. Milmp, M�y fr- |Hey write ftom Mantuat that the Matef-chal de Caimat. with .the. other* French and Spaniib Generals, have held at Ca ftiglhnea. great Council.of War, where-i . Lii it wasrifolved'tojay afida rhe delign of miking the Line propo&tj bv Count- Thtjfi, nor only- ss too chargeable* bi^'aJfosbecajife .tUe defence thereof required a greater number of "Troops than we h^ve. They Kfolvedar the fame: rJiae, that, the Per-oifotions of Mantua (liquid be'oorttuiucd, and a Lme Blade-abour Caftjgli'ane, and. 'thai, ther -Army ik.au\d BnTchtoLaChiufx, for oppolJjifl&hV^Paffage. *6f the are told the.wnole^efjjjn wifl be'fpeedily publimed by order of the Emperor, Who has in hand feveral furpiiaJBg Letters written by Farreign Potcni*tf& v concefhg that Hellfft^ Plot. Ratutome, May 10,.'* This day we received the c welcome, htws .tb^the Imperallfc biye beatert the ' French from an~^pinrageou> Pjts nea,r J^re*,after ' a very JjBrp refift>n�, whereiip rHe Jle'girnent 5#broke , flfflft be either obliged to futrei>d�r �t^for elfe come an accordingly the nextday^ wiith .(he Vanjprd, to aningagementwith trie Irrip^riairns, >hich the r - - - ' ' 1 - ir-1"-->iatter sum at. Thisnewscaufesa great'jpy in this con-fifiing of 8oW men, andswas followed.^ the fitirefchaJ of Catinat with the main Body, taking Stair way by Crovarar and they.flatter themfelves fere* that the Germanswill beunableto force^ their way into Jtxh, if the French Troops come rime e City, jn hope1* that it will give a; better turn to the ' a&ks-in the Empire. J Hamburg, May 34. Our tetters rfrc,m Qt^ffib^n fay, that the Treaty betwees the Kfng-rf DnwiJrk,tnd - T^'Oukeof iMW�* r^ StaresGeneral'is at Uft agreed "upon,. jaoi-rt to fecure iome Paff*s. Thf. ,j I(foo0 D(im aretomarch to the afljftahce of thftSwes, " "" and becaufe
Uci�,:-jr'leems riiw' ^biMS^jiil^. They expeft the rtftof their Army, and intend to on. Counts ii'oinstraTirghs at tbaieMi^t^klyes fccure thePafsof �.� Ctiufcto hinder the Imparialifts, out on the con'mry, that theTrobfls^WFfirs Mafier worn marching into 1' * " ' - '- -�-*>iAzei -is .:i^.u..i^j^f j^^.* J made to the Fr:Genefals asitted fom* difarders Eck^hey have caufei 14of thfimro^empaJedj^or fcrrirrgothersfrom theJikePr�aiceiPiiftceii�gf-i(r is,diily expe�led at Rovertdo,ind. the Imperial i axe getting. togethe^r-We have advice from thence.L^. irhey have mads a detarchment of 1 aoooFoor and agpo ; ceflstfy for our Garrifons. There'iVa ^e^^nihtbM Uotfa for atfecrebdefign^but wedon'c know which Eleftor Palatixitffor 7000 men, ari^'-^ej^iatWh^a" way they.are-, marchsd;. The cwopartias lyeAow fo 'near^ that we. may expect to heat fijortly .of an Action. . , fitntt�. May 14. Prince Eugmt of fet out tfiis morning for RweKdo,upon rhe arrivaj of an Ejl- Kefsfrom Count1 Guidi' Starenburgh, with .advice that �. B-fBcft-Troops are marching to the Veronese, and ibife their Vanguard^ is already encamped at KJilde, �-irb a defign as he is informed to potTeft ihemfelves ofLaChiufo and otherPofts foT preventing thelmperial Army from marching into JtMf.. Prince Eugene in-i^ndi to be it Reverej� on rhe J9th infrantyby which Hms a!l the. ImperiaJ Troogs ars to. be at their Itendeivous. Prince Ragatsli is brought Priforer to Sealadi, and Captain ~ (jwgaeval is'bringing hither from Linn in the Upper Aujiria. We'iiai-ii nofurrher ^w/iCttlais of die late difcovercd Confpiracy, but we Foot with the Bifiiqps of WkrttbifrgwtM.m^trt\h or-der^ro haVemojr of their Trbopj. TbVl^i'dgravecf Hifli C�^JJ fends 4ike wife fome Regiments to onr affift-ance, which' flieweth that what they have pabiillied in Frdvic, coriceiriiing that^tinces indinatidn to flarld Neuter, is a meer.ftory. There it a report that Count J'jfveux has received .the Exprefs he eitpe6ed from parirl arid thataripthef. Conference will beheld to morrow. SoJ&'qf-rbe'Leaders of rhe Tumult which ha ripened fome days *2go at Ujden, occasioned by the Weavers, have, beeapuWicfcly^Whipr, and aoejric^ie. were fent thither from Harlm, to prevent any difordeT during the execution. . Our Letters from Ararat fay, that 8000 men have been imbarked at 'Stockhilm, and )jopat Carelfnvnm fox Livmin. They Write from Brufclr, that Tt Beum is to be fung throughout the Sp#-nifb Netherlands on Sundaj next, upon account of the saarriig�
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