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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 17, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, ^ L. from ^KpfdavTunc �7, laXtltirfe&y June 19, Genoa, June 4. SHE Forced of rhe Duke of Savty are on their march ro foyn the Marefchal of Cativat.thatPrince having received feveral Expreffei from Paris, to haften the march thereof. Exprefles are arrived here from the Viceroy of Naples, and the Prince of Paudement, -with orders to the General of the Gallics of Naflv and the Duke of Turfs v.-hich were bound for Port Ma-hone to return to Napier, .with all poffible fpeed, with feme Troops they luve landed at F/W , which myites people believe that that Kingdom isthreatned with fome Inva(ion,and that the Emptror has as great a pirry therein, as he has in tht Milanese, where people have exprefled a great joy. Upon advice of his Troops Bsfllftg into Italy, a great Confpiracy of the Slaves of loja Gallies his been difcovered, and the chief con? trivers thereof hive been put to Death. Verona, June 8. Since the Imperial and French Armies aiivc-d inio ourNeighbourhood,Signior Molbia ourPro-V/itfor General has reinforced our Garrifoo, and.re-doubled the care for the preiervatiorr that important place, upon which the two patties item to have a defign. Our .General having received feveraltom-plaints from our Merchants nut tbe Imperiabits and Germans have fecured all the Boats both above and below this City, whereby the Navigation of tbe Adige is wholly interrupted, to the great prejudice of our Inhabitants, hi J Excellency has fern _ (.'fEce.s to the Imperial and French Camp, to complain thereof as a breach of the Neutrality, and defire that the Boats they .have feized may be releafed,and the Navigation of our River continue as before. Beth Generals have excufed what they have done, and pretended that Prudence obliged them to take thofe nectflory precautions, but our Providetor does not feem fatisfied therewith j andhasferitto theSeoatefor new inftructions. Prince Eugene of Savoy is Encamped at St Antonio, within 4 fhott miles of this place; Count Palfi towitd*. Legnago, Manttgnm* and CafieJialdo, and the latter Came two dayj ago to the- main Army .where a Council of War was held abontthefutther march of the Imperialifts, and as this day fome Battalions marched to joyn Count Palfi. 'tis believed the whole Army will move the ian^ way, in crdeT to attempt to pafs the Adige below Legnago. The French Army lies on the other fide/- of the River near this nl^cedivided into feveral Bodies, to obftrVa the moderns of the Germans, and expeft with great irnpatiencs thcTroops of theDuke ofSavoy, their Forces being not /hong enough to encounter the Germans who are daily reiufotced. Mantua^ June 8. The Marefchal oECatinat continues to-feeine the Paffes of the River Adige ftotti ft-volt to Lcgnago, in hopes to ftop che Germans till he is �reinforced by the Troops of Savoy, who march this Way burftawjy. The French deiign to make feveral new Fcrrilications to this place, tho our Duke haade-lired that they would make none, but leave k as it was when they took poi'iiTion of it. The Imperia-lifts are much flronger than it was atfirft reported, for fome defcrters re!) us, chat above 350O0 have already paft the Mountains, and that rhey expect 10000 more with their Aitillery. The Dutchy of Milan is Jikewife threatned with an Inv^fion on the tide of Ber-�a7m, and there is a report, tha: Prince Vaudtmont will fhortly marcli that way, withthv* Sf.nijh Troops, while the Duke of Savoy and MnMiiin,- Citinat obferve the motions of Prince Eugene. We hive here a frrong report, th.it rhe Em pit or h.v� p-iwj.-'J Prince Eugene the Invertuure of the D\ 0/ l-'.antua, provided he is fp fuccefsfulj as to cO;;qu?r the Milanese. There is no declaration of War pubijjlieu as yet; buf P;':.ce EU^ene has fent word to Prince i'tuuUvnr.t, Qrd the French Generals, that he wtJJ look upon as cner.iifs cf the Emperor frich as (hall oppole his pa/fage. Letters fwARome fay, that the FtendtandSp��,WrgrO'v very-jeiilcus of the great intimacy between the Imperial and Venetian Ambafladors ; and that the Pope coflfi� nues his Proceffionsin great Humility aji(! Dwcfion, .to deprecate the misfortune ftaly ii rhrsariud with. Vienna, June I r. Ah Exprels is arm ed here horn Prince Eugene of Savoy, with Letters dated the jd i'n-ftant, giving an account of Hispsflage riimukfr the Mountains, which has been attended with incredible difficulties, and his arrival into the Krauze, without any Iofs- He writes, that the Inii^Liranrs have e.\-preffed a great joy upon his arrival, and that as loon as he is joyned by the red of his Troops, he will attempt thepaiTage of the Adige, notwithstanding the French rake all poffible meafures to prevent it. Sorr.i Letters from the Frontiers of Bursary tiy, that Count Teddy is aflembiing in Walacbi* a canfid^.rab'e t.umber of Tartars and Rebels ; but this report meetj with no credit, the Government having no account thereof. The Pope has written to this Ccurt, and rhe Rtmart Catholick Prince* of th� Empire to diflwade Them from owning the ne-v King of Prujjia, and the �lr�lor of Hannover, which the Emperor, is not pleufed with. This pretended care of the Catholick Religion, the Pope exprefles on thii occafion, tending to divide rhe Empire, which ought to be united more than ever in the prefent conjuncture. We have advice from Bilgrede, that theTreaty between the Turks and th-- Vc netiavs has been at lafr agreed upon, and that the Gentleman who carried the lame is tallen fide in that place. Hague, June 24. No great matter was tranfatted in the Conference, which was held fome days ago tyith Count ^'^tfajcThat Minifter according to his cuftcfn made a world of fine Compliments,and declared afterwards that his Mailer was willing to live in Peace with his Neighbours, and therefore offered to renew theTreaty of Refwi'ck. He iniiflxd very much oh the admiflion of Mr Stanhope, as a demonftration of the finceriry of his Matters intentions, whereupon one of ourDeputies told him that the States expected fbrne^ thing more", but feeing he had offered to renew the Treaty of Rifwick, tho1 the fame was not temporaryj it was fit to admit into the conferences, a Mini Iter of the Emperor, who was concerned therem.Monfieur d'Avaux anfwered, that he had no orders on that fub-ject, but that! he would acquaint his Mafter with that motion, and fo they parted ; and 'tis thought the Conference was only designed for keepinguie Negotiation on foot, till they fee what turn the affair of Italy will take. Our Troops are actually can-tooned as well as the French; The Govarnme.it of Sluice in Flanders is given to Liettrenant General Cohort, and the Regiments of Foot Guards to Count Hafaa Governour of Nimeghen, but the place of General of the Foot is not yet difpofed of Some advices fay that the Dyet of Poland is adjourned to September aexr. Paris, June 25. Two Exprefies are arrived here fromthe Marefchal of Catinat, with Letter" oftr-e 17th inftanr, p";n�-advice, that thelmperial Army having folio\#eu the H^nks of the Adige, have pafled tt\i fame in two places, and wereincamped at Si Laurtntii in Pi-lefino di Rivigo. He advifes. furtheT, that the Imperia-JiIts bc'ng luperior in number� he had not thought fit to folioiv-them info that Country, as being too remote from his Magazines. Prince Eugene defigns^aj 'tis
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