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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 21, 1801, London, Middlesex And die Hiftorical Account, ere. hoiii:aaCU.r1av lune 2�� to Xueiijap June 24, 1701, Warfav, June 13. -^'IFI Dyet continues rheir deliberations,but tbire ars fuch Hears and Animc^fitics amongft Uien. that they are come to no rdblution, and 'tis thought they will be ^�ak. foan adjourned for fooie rime. The on]/ thing 'hey f-em ro agree in, is for preffing the King to mai;e Peace-.v"ich Sweden, and fend home his Troops according to his Iblemn prrcmifero rheGeneral Dyer he:d Anno 1699. bur tha Lithuanians infill: upon fevcra! orhsr pro-miles and amonglf. others, that his JVLiei!/ give Satisfaction ro the Great Durchy of Lithuania tor the Darmges rhey have fuflained by rea-foi! of his Troops, which, according to their Computation, -rnounrsto above 30 Millions of FlorinvThey delirj i|Jo fiiar rhe King would declare to the D)et who his advifed him to invade Livonia, and who have been the fecrer Contrivers of ths Troubles in Lithuania, which feem to have been fomented only to give him a fpecious pretence to bring hi^Saxon Troops into Hut Country. On the Eeaft called Corpus Domini, there was % great Proccifion, in which appeared rhe King marching before rhe Hofr, attended by ail the-Nobiliry , Prince Sapieba carrying before him the* Marefchals SurF of Lithuania. Prince Ftfefnowiki Marel-chal of the Court, pretended that that Prince having been depofed by the Nobility of' Lithuania, he ought nof fo appear in that Ibiemniry, and rhat it belonged to him ro carry rhe Staff,- bur the King woujd not grant his d-'mand, anil ordered that the %vnday following Princ^-ff-?f/�!)i�/jb' Ihou'd have that honour, and that Prince Sapteha Ihould nor appear at Court when his Majcfty Ihou'd go to Church, which was done accordingly. The Depities appointed for adjufHng the sffUirs of Lithuania, ha^e made fuch a Progreis it] that bufinefs, tlut it was thr.ught the Treaty was as good as concluded, but the Nobility have ftarted Up flew Demands, which are like to take up foine time, befrire c,;ey are altogether fettled. Count Straetman Envoy of the Emperor has frequent audiences of theKingj*nd we are in hopes that the mediation of his Imperial Mujeiiy and :fo:ne other Princes will prevail Upon the King for nuking Peace with Sweden, purfu-ant to the detires of the Republick. Ceningtb-rg, June 12. The Troops of the King of Pruflii are entirely recruired,and oideted to holdthem-felvcs in a readinefs ro march upon the firfl: warning. TLs fiid they are dedgn'd for the Empire, there being no likely hood, that the Poles would make any en-terprize againft us, by reafon of his Majeftys new-Title, which does no way prejudice the Republick of Poland. TheSaxon Tcipps in Courland are marching for Livonia, and they write .from Mittau rhat they build feveral Redoubts along the Duina, the better to defend �tbepaflage of that River againft rhe Swedes, who are allernhling an Army not far from Cokenbaufeti. The Gov�rnour of Riga has fent aTrain of Artillery thither, and 'tis laid rhe King of Sweden intends ro command that Army in Perfon, while one of his Generals will aft with another Army againft rhe Mufcovites. There is a report that the Truce between the Swedes and Saxons his been agreed upon to commence from the 15th infhnc to the ift of Angujt next, and in rhe raean while rhe Vfinifters of ieveral Princes and rhe Plenipotentiaries of rhe refpettive parties , fhall meet at Revel in order to agree upon the conditions of 2&M�j J1000 Swedtjfs are lately landed fiorn ivtden at Rcvel,md are. marching from thenca to joyn theirKing; Hambuegh, June 2,4., Our Letters from Copenhagen bring advice, that the, Danifb Troops are ordered to be in a readinefs ro march, the Treaty of AUiance-be-tween his Danifb Ala jelly ana* theScices General having b%ta figned the 1 ich inftant, and the Ratifications tm are to be forthwith exchanged.. That, Treaty is very" � advantageous to thstPrince, for the States conlent that he masf, continue Neuter in the affair concerning the Spamp) Succeffion ; that his Subjects may have liberty to Trade with France and Spain ; that he may enjoy the Toll it (iluckQap on the Elbe, till the fumm of one million.of Rixdollari due unto him by the .Empire is fully paid. They" promife likewife to reriew the Treaty 1-bouc the Toll in the Stand for ico.years, rb pay to his Majefty joooco Rixdollars for Arrears ofSubiidy, to give (atjsfiftion to rhe" Oanes for the Ships rhat were taken from them in the late War, upon pretence of Trading with frar.ee. The King in confijeration thereof fendV i'4o3o-me'n to rhe affilrance of rhe Sfates, which are however ro be maintained'by the buschtiom. rhe day of rhe.Rati.ficarion of the Treaty, and they pay befsdea to his Majefty 8aRixdoljars for jvery Trooper, dofora Dragoon, and 2j. for a Foot So.i'dier. Thofe Vroopj are ro continue in rhe fervice of the Srates, as lojig as they have o^cafion for th�m ; but if the Danes are at* tacked, ihe Dutch are to fend back rhofc 14000 men, and a/lift Denmark with 14000 rr.etv of their own, or a Squadron of their Men of War, and that at their own coft and charges. The conditions of this Treary cannot be more advanrageous, but. France ottered fuch' terms to that Court, |,that i; was abfolutdy n:ceflary to outbid them, left thar Prince fhouW, in conjunction with the Duke of IVodfenbuttd, snd fome others difiurb the lJrince> of the Empire, and hinder the houle of Lw. ttinburg from fending their Troops to the afliftance of the Emperor. The King of Denmark is expefted at Gkckftat on the nth of the next month, and was to itt our from Copenhagen onjhe 15th inftanr, for reviewing his Troops in Holfidn and other parts. Letters from &rfc lin talk of a journey of that Court to Hejfe Cajtfil. franckfort, June a a. Prince Leva of Baden continues at Nuremberg, but our laft Letters from thence tell us, that he was to ret out in few days for the Rhine, to take upon him the Command of the Imperial Troops on that fide. The Forces of the Circles of Suabia and Ftancmia are to begin to encamp" in few days, and thefe is a great probability, that thofe Circles will at laft be prevailed upon to joyn their Troops with thofe of the Emperor, notwith-ftanding the Intreague* of the Minivers of France. They write from Katisbmne, that they have feized there a Scotch man and an Irijh man, both of the order of St Btnnet, for holding Correspondence with the Frtnch 'King, and the late King James, and likewife for being concerned in the intended Rebellion in Hungary. The affairs of the Empire are at a ftand, by reafon of the divifions therein, but if the Imperial Arms have any Tuccefs in/fo/y, the fcene of affairs will foon alter in thefe parts. Hague, June 28. The Earl of Albemarle arrived here on Sunday night from England, and was tfie next day in Conference with the Grand Penllonary. This morning-Count tfAvaux paid a vinttohis Lordfhip, wbichlafreda conli-derable while. That Minifter feems mightily concerned, fince the arrival of the Earl of Albemarle, who brought the firft news of the Addrefs of the Koufe of Commons pre-fented on Friday laft, which on the contrary has caiifod an univerfal joy in thefe parts, every body fceing fisnfible of the neceffiry of reducing the exhorbitant Pow�r of Framt. 'Tis hop�dj that the French will now come, to
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