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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 15, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c\ Fsom XtttWi^ Juiv' '5> to XftUtfep July 17, l75i, ftrwi, July <5- -"CJl E (Zfrvians are very bu.le in laying S JJfidg-;s over die Pa, at 'Ouhicbe and L^o Oj'curo, and as die fame �vilJ be corn-pleated in few days, 'tis thought the -a^ wiioie A'my will march dirough this Cou..,r) into the Durchy of Modena. The -coo Horfe wiiich came j�. the/j� loins days ago, under the Command of Mtjor Genera! Vaubomii, keep a-very gov J discipline, and pay ready money whatever they have .jccalion for. Tiiey have made alieady ieveraJ Excurlions as far as final in Slodena, and fccured a Budge on the River Pana<-a1 from whence they have b<:aten a detachment of cite French Troops, that ths S'ienr Pra<-ontil had lent tliith-r to obferve tlieii mo-ion .The Fremh ar; Kkewiie laying Bridges o/cr t:.e P at Ofliglia and Burgoforte, ro bein a Condition to march into the Countiy of Modena, and cover the Milamze on thatftde. The German Troops which have puffed Canal-Bianco,wz computed i3god S-Ootand 6003 Horle, beiides the great detachment they left at CaflelbalJo and Mlabona, for fecuring their Bridge on the Adige, and waiting for the Reinforcements and Artillery they are expecting fiom Gsrm.inj. Prince Eugene ha* lately made fevera! marches and countermarches alopg the Canal-Bianco and to a'aids. the Po, but upon what account 'tis nor yer known. Ai:/*�,July 3. PrinC: faudenwit is hourly expected frotn the Camp, having received orders trorn ipain to caufe all Magistrates and Commonalties to take the Oath of Fidelity to the new King; dut Ceremony wi 11 rake 5 or 6 d.iyj, ]but '(is believed our Gover-nour will not return to the Camp, becaufe of fome differences between hi.n and Monlieur Catina.', The Inhabitants of this City beginning to fpeak openly in behalf of the Emperor, the Govcrnour reinforced the Garrifon of our Chilis -s-ica joo Men in the nighc time, and lias caufed. the Guns of the fame to be loaded, to keep in awe this City. They write from Turin that the D. of Savoy infends to tarry there till the arrival of the Maruueis of Cajielrodrigo, who comes from Spain as Amba'fador extraordinary for conducting the PrinceG of PUmonc to Madrid. Pare of the Troops of that Prince have joyned ths French Army on the Banks vt the M-g-:. Venice, July 9. We near from Rovigo that the Germans have fei-ze*' a great number of Boats on the Po, for making a Crid^e over that River at Occhiobdlo and an other ar Lag* Ojcwo, and in the mem time, their Artillery confining of 49 pieces of heavy Cannon, with a proporno.isble mimber of Waggons J3den with Ammunition drawn by 800 Oxen is gone by Cologna and Cafielbaldo, ro jjyn�rhe ma in Army, under Convoy of 6300 Msn. Cou.it C-fjhlbtiico is gone to the Imperial Army to advile with Piince Eugene about the moll proper means of ilgnifying fo the Duke 4(f of Mantua t!.s I.i!;'-:(ial Decree, illusd out agnia'f} him .and hit cnief Minifies, for having furrendred his Capita! C:ry to the Enemies of his Imperial .Ma-jiffy, and we iit-r the fame has been fent to his High-nefs by an Lx;/re�".. They write fi oin Rar^t, that the Pope h mean trick of die i I fid a great reilentment againft the panijh Agent .who having bribed fome t� die Guard-, got a >p.vujl> Gtnn-.t info the Palace an J areten.led to nreient the June; _u ith 7.' �� Ducats, a, the yfitly Tribute for tuc Kingdom of Nnples. The Imperial AmbafTador has protefted againfl ir, ar.d the Pope has declared, that the Artifice ot the. Spaniards mail no ways prejudice fuch of the Parties who has a better claimto the SpanjhfuccelTion. Some Spamjh Troops continue fiiTl at kivnli and la Ferrara, but they mull needs quit that Poft, as foon as JM........__w ._ the Germans are got over the Po. Vienna, July 9. The Troops deilgned for reinforcing our Army in Italy, ate marching through the Electorate of Bavaria for Roveredo, and the Elector of. that Name has not thought fit to oppofe their paiTage, tho' he feemed inclined thereunto. A great lumm of money is fent for Italy for the ule cf our Forces,which according to our laft advices were making preparations for palTing the Fo, and marchingjinto the Dutchy of Modrna, and from thence hue tiv: Crcmonczc by the way of Bcrze-h,* fortrtl's beicnging to the Duse of Mtufata, an^ ofwnkh ws.fli.il) make,:is'ti.s laid,a place of Arms-They talk here of a gte.it Alliance between the Emperor, Etgland3ud Holland,I'jme ether Princes, a-gainft the overgrtvoving Power of Fr.mi7.An Expvefs is fent to Prince Lewis of Bid-.n with the anlwer of his ImperialMajeify \o ibme propbfalsmade by thatPrince who is to draw no an Army on thf Rhine of ycooo men ffrong. Tls faid the Emperor has refolved to grant a Neutrality to no Prince of the Empire, infomuch that either they muft declare for him or for France. /;ag�e,Ju!y 12. The King of�wg/<�rfisnow at Breda, a�id icveraJ peilbns of note are gone thither to accompany his Majeily ;o Berguenopzoom and other Frontier, Places which he intends to vilit. The Foreign Mini* iters continue in this place, his Majefty having figni* fied unto them, that there .was no neceffity that they mould attend him in�that Journey. Yefterday Couoc � Avaux fent an Exprefs to his Mailer for new In-(IruQions relating to the Conferences, which are now at a fhnd. That Minifter fhewerh a great uneafinefs fince the advice of the defeat of a detachment of their Troops by the Germans. Our Letters from Italy which came in yefterday, being of an older date tha^i the advices we have by the vviy of France, give no fc count of that Aftion; but the next are impatiently ex� pefted, that we mty know what lofs the French have iuihined. They write fiom Livonia, that 20000 histf-covites have joyned the Saxon Army near Kokenbaufcn, and that the Czar was affembling another Army of 100000 men near Plefcorv, in order to invade Livttri* on that lide, but thele great numbers do not difcou-r^ge die Swedes, who are ufed with a-hanaful of men to beat vaft Armies of Mufctviter. The King of Polanj was liill at Warfavo on the 9th in (rant, and had decla* red that lie would not go for saxony till the Camp'aigo is over. 'Tis iaid that the Duke of Zell, the EJeflor of Hannover, and feveral other Princes are to come to Loo, ro confer with his Majefty. The �^/ijfi Troops from Ireland are marched to Berguempz.0c7.-1, Breda, Bw'. Jlcdttc and Nimeghcn. Paris, Ju'.y 23. Letters from Verona of the loth in-rtant conrirm the Engagement mentioned in our for* rr.er at Carpi, but make our lofs much more confide* rab'e than ir was publdhed at firir, the Germans having given no quarter to fuch who fell into their hands. Thole ad�ices rell us. that the Artillery and Reinforcements which Prince Eugene of Savoy expected, having joyned him, that Prince was on his march for the Country of Modern*, having left a great detachment about C^rpi, which cover his Bridges on the Adigc andi Can*
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