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Post Man (Newspaper) - May 24, 1801, London, Middlesex North. c%2 ?l)e yeff piatt And the Historical Account, &c. Kfay i*. rencounter 1�erween
4I |U �M��W.* ~-----/ --- that they will not be able to fubiift there. Ptrii, May |o. Several Letters from Otrmany and tari^, haying mentioned in Engagement between the ImperialiuV and our Troops in 7f<*//, in which the former were reportecT to have had rhe advantage, rh Etptefs from thofe parts was expefted with the urmoft impatience, to luiow the truth of^hat reporr, which at hft proves groundlefs, notwithihnding the feveral circumltances that gave, it an Air of probability. Letters from Mmu� of the 14th fay, Mon* fieUT Catinat pbfTelled himfelf of the Camp of Rivole riear Ohlufa, having prevented the Germans, who intended to poftefs the fame, and that the next day Generallierterjleitt appeared with fevesalBataiions on the Hills, but did not*think fit to attack our Men in the advantageous Pofts.'they were poffefled of, and retotned tb nis Camp. Irt the mean time Moniieur AtCttinat basirnployed the Army in cafting upiri^ trenchments in thofe places, throtlgh which the Gtr- inam migfit come td him, Irlfomuch, that our Meh1 feem confident, that the whole p^wer of the Empire could not force that PaiTage. Upon advice rbar the Germans are making a wav through theMoun-'' rains into rhe Valley of Polefdni, feveral BahilHons1 have been detach'd from our Camp to di(hitb their rioneerS, arid 'tis thougrit it' will octagon feme -------... _---r- --- - ---------� .7.-; ; , are ordered to incamp. Count a Avmtx gives, out,, that he is to fet out in few days, and infne mean rime the Servants of Count hriwi are fet out for �*-ris. That Minifter complains very much o�r4e pro-, ceedings of the States^ who have fed hun. ajSjie �ay�i with hopes of an accommodation, wiule:^Nrj.aiEijuvr ly prepare for War j and fpeaking fome dairt; � ago in , company of lome great men on tnat, iiiule^lv he faidj that his: Mailer was fincerely inclined, to Peace, bat that feeing they were for tyuM? Mjfier was in a c'ondtrion Co go through itjgitp, facoefoinj| that the States would .perhaps in, wn^fire Peace, We expect in lew Jays thePalatuie Troops, and feverat Regiments from G�rtj^*'and in the,mean time General Cth
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