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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 3, 1801, London, Middlesex -1 tit JLtl\ 'N . S 70i lY.nj.iv, Jims Ct. riMy.t) 1 r !" -j r s rot his departure M'tliivy is to �i>s.�i. Th. i differences 11 > .' any accorr..:: u! demand, that ' . f Ml f\ome, I.v:r i th.v ��!!�. !!� � 'T. . UUi they ih-v wit!: Ss>e/ ' the/ have i S:t>:->-- -i.ay in - ..'.- IKfi an in misr :i.sncd, the VvTr ;ere, rh..: �, that the le-'ir'dick, on lha ill- jus Arms V)rt I\:..>:d tr hand r- tV r a..., fo ' ' ' a JOut �e with i: r'-l rics Jij his designs, jryn with hini, are fuccefsful. The King had by the Tall of his Hcril-, Hi Anns cut cf joynt, but is prewy ome days ago, to pu: one ci well Jgai*. R.'^.J, j:iii'; 25. The King of S-v-dtU hiving received the ra'-.forcemanrs lie expected from Sweden, an ! muilir.-J ids Troops, which are 45^00 ftrong, is matched rV0.11 �.>�y', and has divided his Forces into dire* Bod *;s. We hear die of 'em is deigned to cover our Ff-ntieis againft the Mrjamta, and another T) in. :mj near this place to. the iecurity thereof, while the main Body under t.V-* (.onmand of his Afa-jeity, wiil incj.il!p at tu:'" diiWiie from the other two, as to be Con fhil having 1. this waj pafs the �ib'.i to jo) u � ith =i her of'em, wlienocca-rutjtura Oners iul! us, that his Majefty Jjri. -;o-ir.cn rmvard.s Plefeov, is marching with }0'->o-> C-ioice men, with a delign to Du.'hj, and hcai r.ie S.ixoiis from their polls. The I-tie. ft'eiri fo b: afraid of ilich a defign, for they have i-ei.^i) ced i'on-of Dun,irnunder and other Forts, and a.-t cwiling Redoubts in Inch places along the DuhiA, where they tliii.k the Sw:d:s are like ro attempt to- pal's thoft-River. There is a report, thac an Envoy !' tv: C-/.ir ii arri.ed in the Swedijh Camp to mike J"'.:.; pu-^oials of Peace to the Kin of S-�:d;th Our adjrjccj fio,--i Hi-- s ro;.tiers of Lithium * fay, that t!n- :-.r . '".':Jl i-'rin:e S.*p.'J.'a a^iinft the Confeds-'it/, b.:t tid> iccount is lo confute and jut Ww- d' * kn.'.v what to make.of it, - ,. of a i:nc >ait\-.r not far fiom Kohmh.iu- �jxr.s it Our .-i I.otli pret >:ilirtvr> nc � .1: i.i f.icir lo ) 'i Oj.it'er is "jc; Troops, and a party of the ! to have had the advan-jii the Sr.xoi! Army tell us, Quarteis, that 200c0 Muf-r.oiro.v about Ksk-.v.h.iuUu, rich a parry of Iloife i-'.tm. C(.i;n: received au-/his ]�'�'! vo\ ..ii-.. 1 Of. ore US :d levers ; (he Man �::\vile or. fchal :�red 4 ]j::;:i:".-r,'s cf I-jt.- of 2500 Men each, to march w if!-- a., i: ..ii f-> joyn whh Prit.ce E�rcni of Suv -. Tite lait ailvtcss we have ircm ti;e Ainiy under ttie < o nrnar.d of that lYmce, are of the 18th ifiilanr, a:.J they tel: us that ci;r tr�.n have laid a large Bridge (.t.r ',';e .�!�� V', and another over Canal-Bianco , and th..t <'rir.ee L- r pteventing Difeafcs and Morhiity- A.rLxprefs fiom Li-^ovi.i ts arrived here with tome difpatches fr.-m C.'oiir.t Wui Envoy to t!:e King of Svjidcn , which ii-. hope that that Prince v\ ill at l.dt be petf.v aded to crier int.; a Treaty wkh the Kin" �.!' Pt.'and and -he Czar of M:tJ'covy. Sorr.e tidvices from U-'m'jw fay, that ti;e F.-cn': have effered 6q-oqo Kix DoiJais as a prefc-r.t rothe K.ii:g of Pc'r.ud, and ioooco Rix Dollars a Mcnt!' a-. Jong as the War laiti;providsd he put himvlf at t.ee !.ca.j cf the Princes � ho oppoi'e the N nith idacrorars, ar.d .!icy promiie him lihe-.vilc the yeaiU Jumir. of s-:co Rix DoMars to be paid during 5 ; tars a'� ir f.j* .' .jce. Tii :le of-ters are very c�.!>.:derab.>., I uc 'tifKop.:.; Hie Xing of Pih:-:d will no: i>e daz' --All thi.m, and perlwaded to take fuch m � .ri res, as nil! ccrainl'. ruin him one time or offjer in i ,.ie!'.c of tiie Jiipply.\ o; Fiance. Frafiikjji! Jc\y 6. The Tioops of- Francsr.i.% and Sufbi* are marc'iir^L' ro their reipeitive r�.;idcz. ous, and we hear their" Oenerais are to have a Conference with Prince Z.irw;'y of Baden at Bruck�?ib;.�i ui H.ulhren, about rhe moft proper places where they are to Encamp. The Elecfor Palatine joyns fome of his Trcops with them, but 'cis not yet certain that the Imperialifts that are in Brilgau are co Encamp with them. The Deputies of the Circle of rhe upper Rhine continue their Conferences in this City, and will fepaiate in few daysjt not being doubted but they will conform them-felves to the refolutions of thofe of Zambia and Fran-coTiia. That of Bavaria has allured the Baron de Z>yler Envoy of the Emperor, that they will upon all oc-cafions fhew their Zeal for che InterefT of his Imperial MajelTy. We hear Count de Friz,-: one of the Lieutenant Generals who is to feive under Prince Lewis, is to go for the H*igH�to Confer With the King of England^ H*gt�,July Count very much puzzled about the League between his Ma titer, France and Spain, and does not know what varnilh to put upon it, after all* the aifurances he had given-n rhe contrary ; but yet he open!)'declare?, that that Alliance, whatever ic is, "ill nor be prejudicial ro t;:e States. They talk vaiiodly of the Contents o! char Treaty, iomt faying, rhat iris but an Ancient AlliJiicercnewed, others that ir is an ofiinlive and defenlive League, as the Paris G izette exprelles it, and others, that the king of Por::ig.-J has only promifed ro give no manner uf aiT;(t-ance direttly nor inditettfy ro rhe Enemies- cf the King of Spaiv, nor pallage to any T
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