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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 7, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, ore. h om graittTrta^ Tunc 7, to Xucrpayjune 10, 1701, Venice, June i. E\�enl ExprifTes arc at rived here from Vcrvia and Vlctnx.1% wi h �dvice, that the Impewal Army is come into the Vicentino, arid marciies towards Verona, to attempt ro pafs the River Adige, and proceed further towards the A.//7<�-Piince Eugene of Savoy upon his coming inro cur Territories catifed an order to be Dublifhed at the head of every Re^imenr, forbidding his Soldiers to commit any Hoftility againft rhe Subjects of the Re-publick, and rake any thing from them wirhourpay-ing ready money , upon pain of being impaled alii'e, ""and for the better execution of that order the Soldiers are forbidden ro frirfrom their refpecrivePofts Upon pain of _ .. . to Sign/or M)lino, Proved'ror General of Tirra Firma, how to behave himfelf In this nice junfture, that two powerful Annies are in rhe bowe's of our Country. Our places are well provided, and wehaveagood Army incamped at Ptfcantina neat Verona. By Letters from Corjlantisoph of trie loth of April, we have received the confirmation of the Confpiracy dilco-vered there, for depofing the Grand Signior, and fitting upon the Throne his younger Brother , of which u-e gave you an account in fome of* Our former. The Aga of the Janifaries,the Caimacan,the Tifterdar , and fome other great Officers, who are fufpefted to have been privy to that delign, have been removed from Constantinople upon feveTal pretences,and 'tis thought that the Grand Signior upon his returning from Adrianople will caufe moft of them to be put to death. That Prince had the good luck to carry with him the Standard of Mahomet, without the knowledge of the Vi&ier, and has rhereby defeated the deilgns of his Enemies, the Janifaries and all other Troops be� ing obliged to repair to the Sultan. The Grand Vizier after the departure of the Grand Signior, fentfor our AmbafTador, and delivered unro him a Treaty of Commerce, alluring him, that the Port would religi-oufly keep the fame. That Minifterj the Mufti, and other Perfons of Note, are fet out for Adrianople. .The abfence of the Grand Signior caufes great mur* murings zxConjlantivople ; becaufe of the great prejudice they receive thereby .the Ceremony of circumci-fing the Son of the Sultan being to be performed at �Adrianople, whether the Deputies of the feveral Provinces of the Ottoman Empire are gone with magnificent prefents for his Highnefs. We hear from the Frontiers ot Naples, that fome French Ingineers have vi/ited the Frontiers of that Kingdom in Abbruxzo, and marked out fome new Fortifications and Forts on the Coaft of rhe AdriatickSea. The Viceroy isgerring together 80000 Quarters of Oates for the ufe of the French and Spamfli Forces in the Milanese, and has received orders from Madrid, to remit to Prince Vaudemont , whatever Money he can fpare out of the Revenues of that Kingdom. Francfort, June 8. The French have marked out a Camp between Bottett and Hejingtnne&t Huningen for To000 Men, to be Commanded by Monfieur Laubame Goeernour of blew Brifaek, and they are afTembling a great number of Boars about Hunningtn for Transporting Provi/ions,and making Bridges in cafe of need. They make large Magazines at Landaa, and inlarge rhe Fortifications of that Place. The Imperiaiiffs are likewife in motion in the Brifgau. Prince Levis ot Baden is fhortly expefted in thofe parts. Letters from diath.The Senate has fent newinftruftions Afum'ct of the 24th inftant, fay that the Eleflorefs of Bavaria made her publick entry into that- City, with extraordinary magnificence. "1 he Magiftraces of CWogri being jealous of the defiwns of rhe rilettor of that nsmev have put iheir Artillery upon their Walls, and all the Burghers are ordered to provide themfelves with Pb-v-der and Ball,and they are to rsinforxe their Garrifon with lbme Troops of the Circles. 'Tisfaid the Chap1: ter of Ctlogn has ferit to the Emperor and the States General to defire their afliffance againfl the Elector, who appears bare-fae'd for the interefr of frar.es. The Deputies of the Princes who oppofe the ninth Electorate are returning home after feveral froideS Conferences. Para, June 15; The AmbafTadors of England, Vtiice arid Savoy, anf$the Envoy Exrrabrdinary of the Emperor have had'publick audience of the King, to condole the death ot the Duke of Orleans, whole Funerals are to be performed on Saturday next in great ceremo-. ny. AnExprefs is arrived here from the Marefch.il of Catinat, with Let ers dated of the 5th intrant, giv'ng an a:count that the Imperial Army and ours are encamped on the Banks of the River Adige near Verona, and that the former make great preparations for pap fing the fame ; but Monfieur Catinat obferves fo narrowly their motions, that the paflage is like to prove very difficult, unlefs they are favoured by the Venetians, whofe defigns grow daily more fufpicious. The Hofrilities are aftually begun in thofe parts, for our General having fent a fmall party to ieize a Ferryboat, the Germans fell upon them, killed a Spam/If 0/* ficer withfome of his men, and took 19 Priloners. As there had been no Declaration of War, Monfieur ,p*r;'-nat fent a Trumpeter to Prince Eugene to complain of that Hoftility, and to demand his men; feeing there is no war declared , but that Prince an-fwered , that hehad the Emperors orders , and would ufe thofe men as Prisoners of War. New reinforcements are ordered for Italy, and ExprelTes are fent to the Duke of Savoy, to defire him to haften his march, for 'tis feared the Germans are too ftrong for us. An Exprefs is arrived here from the Cardinal d? Ejlrees, with advice that all his arguments) threats and promis have not been able to perfwade the Duke of Modena to receive a French Garrifon into Ber-ztSo, but that his Highnefs has promifed to give winter quarters to our Troops ; in hopes, no doubt, that the Imperial Army will free him from rhe obligation of performing that Promife. We hear that the King in confideration of the Circles of Suabia,Franconid and others, has agreed to the Neutrality propoied by them for the Ele&or Palatine, and that it fhall be Free for that Prince ro fend his Troops to the afliftance of the Emperor, the States General or any other Prince, without breaking his Neutrality with this Crown and Spain. Count Chateaurenaud is not yet fail'd, for Breft, fome of his Ships being not ready to put rei Sea, but 4 Men of War under the Command of Monfieur de Villette are fail'd for Cadi*, to joyn the Fleet Commanded by Count � Ejlreei, 'Tis^ faid the Duke of Chartres will be called Duke, of Orleans by order of the King, tho' that Title feem'd only to be* long to the Kings Brother. Brujfels, June 13. The French Troops continue their march towards the Frontiers, and are to Jea^p on the ryth inftant their Quarters. The Horfe is tb be fent a grazing till the feveral intended Camps anp formed. They talk here very confidently Of opening the Campaign with the Siege of Grave or Maeflricht, and all things are preparing for it. The French are laying
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