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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 12, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 8j8 And the Hiftorical Account, F'om '�OUtttavTunc V 2^ to tine 8701, VaAc, June 4. - Evera? Express are arti/ed here from Pinw� and r-'jcfKz..*, with advice of the morions of r!ie Emperors Army, of which we have had W feveral accounts, but rh.tr which kerns ro be W miff, depended upon, has been communica-I tsii rn rhe Republick by-Count Cajielhrco, Envoy of thf Enperor, who arrived yefterd.iy from P.averedo, and hft from rhe Imperial Army. He tells us, that Prince Eugene having view'd the paffes in rhe mountains, and fttmmoned a greac number of Pioneers for making the Roads more paffable.derached 40O0 Plnrfe, who appeared on the 28th pair ar Icb:o in me Plain of ftunx.ti. T.'.ey were followed by o appear too much for the intereft of F/vwe.Recruits go daily by this place for Hblland,an& they tell us from Fmncfort, that rhe Dutch Officers giving nwe money in hand than an/ others, raife as Biany men as they have oc-c.'j.i fur. Hague, June It, Mr Stuiihope Envoy .Extraordinary o( England has been in Conference with the jJep'.stie, of the States General, about the new DecJaiation mad; by Count d^vaux, and 'tis faid [here will bt ro morrow a Conference between char Ambaflador, Mr Stanhope, and the faid Deputies, in which Monlieur d' Jvauxii, to make fome orf=r on rhe pair of his Miller, the Penfjonary hiving declared unto him, that there is no need of any furtner Conference, if hi has' nothing ro offer but a verbal alllirar.ee of the malt Chriftian King, that h; wiil keep the Tieary of Rcf-�wick, which the States do not look upon as a a lu'ii-cienr lecurity. Letters from Berguawtizom fay, rhat there are 4000 men employed in perfecting the Fortifications of that pkee, which will Le 6ne of flie flrongeft of the Nttkirlauat. The Soldiers, being :m-' ployed in thofe ForrihcaHons have got a great deal of money, for belides riieir pay they get 5 or 7 s. a week. The King of England is impatiently c.\[.ec~rcd in thefe pairs, his prufence bding abfoiursdy necefiKry ro cement rite Union of feveral Powers of' �urc$e, fo< pre-ierving the common, liberty, and to give a new life to their Council*. The afraiis of the -North have a' good prolpeft, and we hope that the King of Poland will make Peace with Saidm, and fend all his Ticcps to fhe afiiftance of the Emperor. Bruffeh, June ij. All things are preparing for.tte Encamping of the French Troops., and rheir Horfe is a'..grazing, their Commiffioners having agreed ro pay ro the Proprietors of the Meadows 3 d.a day for each Hotfe. Thole Troops live under a very feveie discipline, and yet the Magistrates of the Towns of Guelderland, Brabant and orher Provinces, have fenc remonftrances ro the Council of State, ferfifig forth how much the Inhabiranrs are burrhened with tjuarrer-ing rhat vaft number of French Forces,which increafe every day. The French Toops tbat were here in Garri(bn,march'd rnir ^efttrday morning for Louvain, and rhis morning rhe Royal Regiment confiding of 3 Batalions, which arrived here two days ago, wzs ordered for Diejr and orher places. Our Generals have frequent Conferences with the Marefchal ofBoaf-flers- who continues at Loavain; but we hear he is to go fuddenly for. GeldcrUnd. The Lines and other Fortifications are carried on with fuch diligence,' that our Fronriers will be in a fhoit time in a good poffure of defence. The Great Council of this City are not yer come ro any refolution' "about rhe new fup'ply granted by rhe States of-Brabant, and money grows fcarce-amqngft us, notwirhliartding the French have fpent vaft fumrris in this Coiirtti'y. An Exprels is arrived here from Munich, whereupon tfje Hunting Horf�s and Hounds of the Eleftor of Bavaria, which were ordered to tprry here, are fet out for Germany, rhere being no likelihood of rhe return' bfrh.-t Prince. The Spanijh Generals Jn rhefe.Provinces'feern fcrae-whar difgaftecVthe F.rench licking "norrhar regard for them as they expected.They wrir^from jB/.'w.rhaC on Friday lafr'sFrench Trumpeter ^asebme before rhat plicejwith a Letrer from rhe Marefchalof&cttjfltTito the Go�ernourr which was fent to the' Elector Palarine art Dujfeldtrp ; bur ^don't know rhe contents thereof.Oar Letters from Itaij which came in yefterday confirm, rhar the Gr*mans under Prince Eugene ofS*vvy,sre come to rhe Banks of rhe River Adigetyzit Feronit, and that rhe French and Spamjb Army are ineamped on the 0* rher/ide of rhe River, ro obterve their morions, and oopofe their palTage. There is a great delertion a� mongfl the French and Spaniards, who begin tofufief vcif
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