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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 10, 1801, London, Middlesex jxai theHiilorical Account K rrr From ffittCf&ayfune lo* to-.^ftltriday"June 12,: ;i.7b,f. Mi'fo�, May 30. News of the intended marriage t ..... . get- bycWViHey-itf/vtf^ footfoVJ-w cw�n the King of S?�� and the Prmcelj and thereft-tff-the^j&rftry-toeH tKiid wiv ;'*nd',i<*; � ' ' *rrh'a wk pa/led .'tbe-McfcSfirns BFtt2S%��rJ SS'X' ofStf-u'ey has beefi received, here with- a wis pa/led garmral diiTatisf.aion, for wefeerhereby wirhou all hopes of ac .o.r.modation with the �uiF taes, *fo rrouble&nvthaV Ae PrfnAJ J' St?3 petor cut effuy that j�atch, was hop**, wwffo "ouble&m-thaV ^ " ' .. - --..-c.u.A..... - wrongr -to Hrfhfc char it ;w1 , aboqe- an .inevitable rum., our palling the Adjge,' but their .intfjntiqtis a'-e kept' ,cre from our Army very-private,, whatever*'iris.we cort inug Qm:,rb.a,ch tL. "*�� towards the: wards Vmmy *nj -ftav.e'bur ^cft^j^gch to 't�t ir- of that Prince with one of the dau^um' V> w�e- wrong,- ro trims that it wis Tmooffibfe .1 Majefly.mighr have produced a Treaty ^ Generals hav -.. ...... ar ffcs are arrived her bfthe motion o,; tie 0 . liereujon all the Spanijh Troops remaining, there. GtmH)4kiljlh^bi^'^(^^^^"h %jr **f in "his Dutchy are ordered to march towauis the Ve- 'cis faid he is ordered to pais the ^fver ;'b J r ' ' nttian Frqpriers on the liJe of Bergamo, and lecure the and make an inettliion-into the Aimt v^ki Paf. of the Valley of Qanonica, it being fufpeitcd that - u.f-" t.i ^M*. bcwngiE tlvs.Germans will alfo attempt to force their way on that fide. rhe Government begins to be jealous like wilt; of the Gnfons and the Troops ordered for rhe defence of the Pales that way ate reinforced. Expreiies go daily tlir.-uyh this Place for Turin, to defire the Duke of Savoy xu h'aften the march of his Troops for joy"iir>2 wirh o'Ji A-my in the Veronet.e. Mantua. J; ne I. Our hft advices from the Trench and Spanijb Amy tell us, that the General having notice "of the miti ins of the Germans. to the Duke of Mantua. Prince kUgevefends frequent , Hxpreffes to fitvna md ffemce, arid Count CaHelbaT^o 3ate�nvoyofth� Emperor tD Mantu(ts wfu>l.a,rrhed in . iu'our Camp fume days ago, u goh'ejpVJ#ma . Our Army is now di- one million of Kixdpllars within 6 years, and his videdin-o t!ue--Bodies and by thofe mean* ftenre Damlh Majefly .s to aflift the Emperor w�h a confide* theBank^ ot ttw Mgt for 15 rtiles together. Out. tab e Body of Eroops, which are to jpyq the Pruffuns Troops have made feveral motions? for upon the - and'Palatine Forces, and aft upon the Rhine, as occar firft notice of the march of the Qtmma toward-the ilon (hill requ.re; They are fl.IJ in bopes, that rhe Vutmino, it was ih-ughtthey were not in eaine(t,and King of Poland wilt declare for us, and fend part of his that rh�y onlv int�nded thereby to oblige us to quit Troops to our afliftance. I he Cardinal of Lemberg is fome Pafies 'we irj WfcAed of, � and therefore the* ordered for Ratisbon, tor endeavouring to reconcile main Body remained at RivoU as before. The River (ome unhappy differences amongft the Members of Miv b-hv' much fwoln at this time, by the melting the Empire, and; we hear the fcleftor. Palatine has been down of the Snow on the Mountains, and our Army perfwaded by the Emperor to publifh a Declaration 'eicamned on the Banks of if, 'tis believed the Jm- in the Palatinate, more favourable to the Protefhnts neraiifts will hardly attempt to pafs the fame unlefs than his former decrees ; whereby feveral grievances they ar� favoured bv rhe Venetians. 4000 Hbrfe are which were complained of, are redrefled. We ex-arrived fiom the Milsnize to Goito, artd 4��Q more are peft with much iriipanence, an account of the pro-daily expeSed being bidered 10 joyn Monlieur Catinttt grefs of our Array in Italy, the fuccefs whereof is like with all pofliblefaeed. ProviHons begin to be very to have a great influenceion the meafurespf thefeve-fcarce in our Camp, notwithftanding they take all ral Courts of Europe. We hear from Rime, that the pofnble care to fupply them from hence. French and Spamaras baving compbined, that Father Virona June a. The Imperial and French Armies Dyai, formerly Confeffor to the late King of Spain, are incam,;cd on both fides of the Adige. not far from took the liberty to divulge fomsthing, which tended this place, and both are expeding their Reinforce- to perfwade the people, that the pretended Will of men's f he Germans are'to be 35000 (hong, befides that Prince is a fpunous piece, the Pope has ordered another Body of their Troops, which is to attempt to that Fryaf to be taken up, and commiued.to theCaftle much iiitothe Milanese, by the Way of todriv, the of St Jngeio.of which pur Ambauadejc, Has complained, oth;r iide of the Lake of Guar da. Count Caplbarto, Father Dyas being in the fervice of,the Erxiperor.-Envoy of the Emperor hiving had a Conference wirh Hamburg, June .14. ' Our Letters. liot^Pvland fay, our, Providetor C-eneral is gone for Venice, to defire that the Dyer, begun on the 3oth',paIr, and th?t before paiTage for the Imperial Army thro this place, or .they would proceed to the choice of aJtearefthaJ or Bqats to lay neceffary Bridges pver the Adige, and they Speaker, they defired the King toTejii'aflfh^ Foteign-iaye already bought fome in this place. The Pope Troops out of the Kingdom ; to" make Peace1 with Swe-has already 9000 men in Ferrara, and the Duke of Par- den j to remove all Germans from his Councils,, and to . y:a israifing 3000 more .for the fervice of his Holi- reftore^ Peace in Lithuania. The King anfwer'ed them, ncl's. f that his Troopslhall be Cent away, that he"is inebn'd From the Imperial Army, under Prince Eugene o/Savoy. to make Peace with Sweden, and make, over unto the si Btion. Tune A. Prince Eugene of S*uov shavin� Retiubliclt. whir hcl� : \ ... u� i>u iiu * yicigiivo IB was refolved ro march over the Mountains into the his^Council j and Jaftly, that he dpe'^ .bisutmoft en* fe>'i rry of retina, and accordingly General falft was deavours for reconciling the differences in Uthnani*% TV Bcion. iewed the el,da Cour
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