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   Post Man (Newspaper) - July 22, 1801, London, Middlesex                                And thcHifiorical Account, &c. XirE&av j 70i. Run:, July 9. -*H: Pope being informed that parr of the , Imperial Army have palled rne       witn-Oiic leave of Cardinal Afia'li, Legate of Firrara, and that they are polled in the dependencies on that Dutchy, he lent to Cardinal Grima*i and the Imperii! Ambail'ador ro complain rhereof.   The latter dciired Audience cf his IJo-Ji'nefs on r.'nr lubjecV and delivered a Letter fioin Prince Enger.c of Savoy, containing rhe reaibns which induced htm to march through the Ecdei'ullual State, and alTuring the Pope,  th.11 he will keep his Troops under luch�a difcip'ine, that his S'ubjetb thai) iuJrain no damage iVom riiem, and that due fafisfaction UulJ b; given"for '"Jialsver they flial] bave otcalion for; with which rhe Pope itemed very well fatished. The Cardi::-/: dt Fourbm had a Jong Conference wirb Carj'r.a: r-^Kiuai, Secretary of State, in rhe Charter* houjc, vi -;>-;:n fiwrfca axpoltulated *ery much with Paiilucci        ffc-e march of the Germans, and/aid tf>a? iiis Mn;l � .M'2rffK>| bur giawjealous of this Coutt, a. : ufptij |:v:: ffce Legate of Ferrara kept a private farMjfpo.'jJejjCfc with Pnnce��g�w.  He complained ttyo in high terms of rhe rtibluh'on uken by rhe tun-gre|ation'of State, concerning the Inveftiture of the Kingdom   of Naples, whereby they have declared the Will of the late King of Spain void as to that particular    The Spanity Ambaifador has had audience of the Pope about that nice matter ;  but he has been told, thar his Holinsts was reiblved to fufFer no innovation, contrary to rhe Rights and Privikdges of rhe Church.  On Teurfday lift the Pope held a Congregation of State upon fecret affairs;   after which Cardinal Pauhcci difparched {leveaal ExpreJles for nfre, Ferrara, Paris and piennn.   Cardinal Grimmi has defired leave to canfs the Emperors Manifesto ro be  printed here ;  bat his Eminence has been told, that the Pope, as a Common Father , could not permit any thing that may be confrrued as a'Partiality, and rather the lefs becaufe the French mi Spaniards hike limb'rsge of his Conduct. ,Penice, July id, Vefterday Count Berka Ambaflador of the Emperor notified to the Senate that his MaQer taw concluded a League with the King of England, the States General and feveral other Princes, for op-poftng the ambitious defign of the Freneh, who put- in JBJW for a Univerfi'l Monarchy, and. threaten Eurcpt #ith a General Slavery. He iafinuatod in that Notification that as the Republick was aS much concern-Mi as any other State, that there fhotildbe a Ballance among the fev�ial Powers of Chriftendonj, tfis Im-parialMajefty did natquefrionbut a Senate fo renown-Mi for their Wildom Would take m. the prffent conjunfluTe fuch meafuws as are moft fuirabla fo their Intereft. Letter* from Venn*, tell us that the Ger' mips continue in the Neighbourhood 0/ that place, ajad that Prince �tfgwe gives the neceitary directions for the fublittance of his Army, which is the greareft difficulty thjr froj* now their march,the French havin<* deftroyed the Country between the Adige and Mimcio, but 'Ms laid they will break up in a few days towards Pejchitr.i, iv.here they will be mpplted with Proviilons irom Tyrol, by means of the Adige and the Lake dt laGuard*. The French Army is retired into the Mantttan behind rhe River Mivcio, the patlage of which they intend to sppofi wi&afl tfkwr wiitfk- AH riie anwmts we r fff.-;.e iare A&;on at Carpi, except tiiofe frcra 1,1c B-nc'.: Camp, agree thar the Frcr.ch have Jolt about H~o M.-n, and the Frutcb begin ro own that they lr.lt about 4^0 Men iV.ftead of iioa* the^gave cm &i firfr. Mi!m, July 15. Prince VaudtmoHt   our Goyg/noi:r has received levtral Lxpr<.^es of rhe defeat of the Fro.A: detachment,   which was polled zt Carpi, and that rhe tynnijh Troops ar RnoU. ia  Fmrara and o-tlierPods along the Adigt :ve:e thereby oblig'd to quit .. the fame with great precipitation,for fear they fhouiri be intercepted by the Germans.   And as this defeat if the trench has cauied a Conlhrnation arnongft our Troops , our Govevnour intends  to   ft: out this evening for the Army, which  is now encamped at Gotta, about 1 c miles from Mantu* on the River M'�:it Notwithftanding the feven'tf of theMagiftrates againft the Parcizans of the Emperor, rhe cbmrneTn  PewpJe could not forbear to (hew their joy on flifs occalioi;, and the Clergy have in an efpeoal manner fignalizea their affection ro the Houfe of jfvjlria.   Several Ex-picires are gone to Twin, to aefire the Duke of Savcj to haiien the march of the reft of his Lorces, rhat they may joyn our Army before the Geimans are in in a condition to pals rhe Mind't.   The Garriibn of Maraon has been reinforced, and patt of the Foof of the Duke of Savoy  is fenr to OjUa ro reinforce the" detachment of the Fr.K.l Troops rhat are ported there, Plemia, July 16", On Thutlday lift an Adjutant of Prmc-e Eugene of S.i-joy a,ii- ed here fjom Italy with a particular account of the defeat of a detachment of 1 .he French Army at Carpi on the Banks of the Jdige, wherein the French have loft about 800 Men.and ours very few.   This News has caufed a great joy in this place, becaufe by the taking of that foil the Navigation ot the Adige and the palfage of Rivoli are become free for us.   The Bifhop of Raab is appointed to go ro Celogn, and Count Salms to Mttnich to require a po-fitive declaration of the Electors of Ctlogn and Bail aria, on the report fpread abroad by thefmzr^, and the pro-pofals made unfo them by the Emperor.  Tis faid that 4 Regiments are ordered for Italy, the Emperor having now all the profpeft imaginaoie to carry on a fuccefsful War on that tide. Park, July 30. We hear from Turin" that the Mar-quefs of CaSel Rtdrigt arrived there the aoth inftant, and that the Ceremony of contracting the Princefs of Pilmmt with the Kicg of Spain was to be performed on the 2j, the Duke of Savoy intending to fet out the next day to put himfelf at the Mead of the Confederate Army encamped at Goito. They write from Madrid of the j � Bernardo de Sluim Amba/EJor of Spain is fhortly expected back from the Hague, �t wel as Count /yfv��.Y,who has aotified to the States by \*au of M*�orial that he is recalled by hts Matter, i"A   

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