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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 5, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Historical Account^ (TC Fro 11 &amtda? Julv 5, to Xuc&ap July 8, 170 OUrVice-roy receives frequent Expreffes from the Prince of Vaudemont and the (Vfirefchal dt Catinttt, with advice of the motions of the Germans, and his-Excellency has iflued out frfifh orders for repairing the Fortifications of our Frontiers, and the Troops of this Kingdom are ordered to hoJd them-felvcs in a readiueis to march. The Squadron of Galleys of the Duke of Turfi are daily axpefted back from Final, but tnofe of this Kingdom, under the command of the Count d> Lmos their General, have continued their courle towards Port Mabone, the former being thought lufficient for the fecurity of our Goafts. The Viceroy has remitted iooooo Ducats to Prince Vaudcmmt, and the Treafury is taken up in railing further fopplit J for the Durchy of Milan, where Money is veryfcarce. This City has refolv'd to present the King of Spain with 300000 Ducats as a free. Gift, in confideration of his Marriage, and they make great preparations for foJemriiimg rhe fame in great pomp and ceremony. The new Money coyned herc begins to circorate, having the- EfHgies of the new" King on ton* fide/.and on the Strier a Sun difperfing h\s Rays upbrt a Terreftrial Globe; with this mottoi Uniwrfaljty. Motwitliirarrdirig the GovernmenGTakes ill poffible daie to firipprefs the Party of tlie Emp^rory Vis feared tiat it ^ill appear very conliderabfeV if ever they have an opportunity to declare themfelves.: We hear from' Mefliha, that they' expect, the Duke ojf EJcalona- their new Viceroy, and that the people continue to exprefs 3 great diffitisfaSion with a French Government. Turin, Jurrt.2j. An Exprefs from .'the Marquefs of Gafiel-Rffdrig^is arrived here with a Letter for rh*; Duke of Savoy, wherein he acquaints his Royal High-i nefs that the- King of Spain appeirlted him to co]me to this ?otirt,"t6 perform the firft" Ceremonies of.thft. Marruget>Fnis/!\fajeiry an�our Frirtcefs. ThefameP Exprefs is^drfe-for Mian; with orders for preparing-1 *ith �Il:�f$fl}bfe fpeed the equipage of thatLotd.-who intends1 foSpfpearwrth a magnificence fuifable to that fohmnitp" TheJBaggage cr?6isi:Royal Hignnefy i� to be fenta'tfrayto morrow1 for the Camp, and dratf. Prince wilrfttJout in few &3!yW(kMantua,to tdmkiafid the Cotrf&deAtit: hi jay r having foMved io rhaWy ExX. piefles ^trr'jryomthe Carrfri arid the French Coto� 5 number of peoglef[ will be wholly raided by this(Reform.. This fejvejity, occafions great corfip'aints, ah(f particularly of fqme; who having bought the reverfion of ftjrne Officesi^pd Employrneiiti'j" are now deprived .of theif rig^pf? having tne'fame, when they lhall Become va^^tr. The MarqUe�s of Bedmar having not a, fufficieet authority iii'~ qtiJh'ty of Generalfif (Arms. and C�n-rfiander in thefe Provinces, -\4 tohave-a-CornniiT|icrii' of QoverfiouT. general dxniii^LtJieia6fence df'^rH*-Elecior of Bavaria.. I . \:}..'. ~ , v. ' �' From the Frenjch'Cornp at Qfa�[ii_'on,the. Po, 7^ The Imp&f&ttS'bkilhg fifti Jhw fneir Bridge ijhCandU' Bianco on the 17th paft, and fen*'*-^rJetathmit|| fcjt' view rfi* jjronod-oh the otKerf#}j^^pa^iI-trisi wW^ tveninP'J'o' thfe'^iwrili^nifvf- TScftri. the fame"Jajiiin the evening d^richriienW^foy fccurihg thew-TBridge on thW -^i^i^nS the orleVfifie Caaa/-Bi�ji:�.TheMBrefchal oftatinat rflade Cever#rn'o^' tions ur/oh thiC adoioe.but beiiQ irifbrrned that'ftjihceP Eugmt ofS�z�giihatffent adeta^Htn'ent^f looo'^KteBe? ontheotb*f!fideoe|th�;-P^-49ori'm�h Were deita^eH' fromJour|Army to fecure ^/^a^CeTfit^i&EBeif the Ahglfcis&ttetnViPo diVi^SirJWJrfto-tWo^ail che$,wbkh i^fcryWd*aflta^�MR�^i'cG^"r^tfcl Ddtchieslbf �Mtoh* and Mfmioii, Ml^ventiAg[thd-Germant for* marching int(> ttetytoffit't&tetl^&tf believed the Wft^�Tnln*MA*m^'wnil raafeSay#t1i^ P* intb rhe-XIouririybf fe^*V'ieeing?^r^de"�^r* frj^; fentan Officer tQ, the Cardinal ^Legafev to irieffi�*^t" to give6fdefc*Saf-ehey may bfeapplied'wit& mrtAs' and otHet �tb�ifi�hs :fb^^ihMi^i:iiis;I^^U Majefty- ha^nf nbmanner of ileiTgn � that-i M^A^rfi*1 fhould be-r>SjrfftihBrn to^he�rJr^eas!bEaSBy PWn4e^ir? State in ^HyV^^'-Sirhtatidtefi^d-thbfe' <^-Si^^^r They teH-Hs'tfiitthe Gem^e^ea" great rtfnfirceiJ-merits, \m^:^�nieiti k^'rMaaftevLt deWMfmkr' his not thiiiglif'fif to grji^ Peft^ Ptrrara, that, xbf Imperialifjs cannot make ufe of the1 stdige fop'ltridisg (/own^heilEWiviftfiSS.arrd Artijleiy. The Troops^ di. the Pope'jn.aie:/i! ihow of pppodhg' the Imp�i5aHihj tut they.did&noa^ipk fit! to.Icamdo to blows' with them, efpecialfy- after tbe afT'marrce given by :PViwee Eugene to thejLegate, which were at? '� tended wiih iOeclarationthatAe would look,'opbn. thofe as Enemies who fhoirld odpofethe pafTag* ofiha Troops of his Mailer. Parrot the : rroops vV-Sainf are arrived in our Camp." 1 .1
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