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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 26, 1801, London, Middlesex From SSaUil'DtiV July 26 to XUCi&ap July 2^, 1701. Paland.itv reiolved to prevent if, we Action. Some advices from Mitt Mi, July 16. Ur ;>'];� ices from Livonia fel' us, that the Kin;; of S �"'" was m-uch'siig towards R-jj; with ai of io.co r.wn of Hi's belt (Troops, which arc to be reinforced bV a Det f:hnie;ir rhii Country, ami as the! mops of the King o.k rruy hear ihof''> or a.. Dmamaxuer Sc^-t Civ, tlur his Sreedijh Majelfy is ai-ved 'r<-^'� with the Vanguard of his Army , n (�. e!-/ Orikers of the Saxon Frcops are co rj-.ir ref,.cdivs Command*. The fijuj- w.itch are arm-id ac Cok-mh.titJ^n, are for pjri Commanded by Gtr�M?j OUicers, but the .leraK in not much rciy upon their aitiilance, hole Troops are altogether undisciplined, and early Armed. General Welling is marched from Oj.-fru. wards Pltjcuxp, and is ordered ro enrer into the territories of the Czar, anddefiroy the Gauntry wit:'. Fire and Sword, ro deprive riie numerous Annv of the Mufieviles from aii means of fubfifhnce. The Swedes have lately defeated the Troops of rhe Czar in feveral rencounters, and there is advice, that tiic Governour of Finland fought iioco of 'em with a lundhb of Men, put them to flight, and kiJI'd 4000 upon'.he fpot. Count Guifcard Airfba'fador of France is upon his departure for France, being appointed ro Serve in the Netherlands, as Lieurenant General, lb that rhe Mediation of the French King is altogether a' 2 Hand, but we are however in greater hopes than ever of an accommodation between Swede):, the Czar and the king 0$Poland, by the Mediation of the Emperor, England and Fhliand. which is more acceptable h> all the I'.itties concerned, than that of die French, who in the ft*/, they have made therein,have fhewed ro h.ive rbeir private intereir mere in. view, than the vc-f.'ijbliihnient of the publickTranquility on this fide. The S'ieur O-av.enl ::-z, E nvoy of ii:e Slates General is arrived here from IVarfa-v, and having had feveral Conferences with Duke Ferdinand, is going away to it 1 set the Kin? of i�r^� ac Riga. Tis laid, that Mi-mfters infirm le.iOy arr w h J. ei: 1; g.us foi � 1 -r die nrn g beO'i'e vci v )n~ �,.ww............ He to endeavour to bring rhe parlies ro a CeiTacion of Arms, an.-i 'tis laid the Kins; of Poland inclines thereunto.That Prince is not yet recovered of the faii which he had fome weeks ago, and 'tis feared he will never life his left Arm as he did before. His JVUjefty has" declared Major Genera] Iramp, Eiivcy ofthe King of Denmark, Lieutenant General of kis Forces. Franckfirt, July -n� They write from Baden in Swit-x:rlmi, that the General Dyet of the 13 Cantons aliembled in that place, on the Affairs of the prefent conjuncture , has at laft refolved to give audience ro Count Cizatii AmbafTador of Spain, with a Proteftati-on that by this proceeding they do not intend in rhe leaft to decide, who has the better Title to rhe Span-tfh Succeflion. and that t.'ie admifiion of that Ambaffa-�i"r tt;a]| not be drawn info confeci'jence, the Cantons perlifting in their Ncutr^ity. The Ambaifador of the Emperor has made a rV-fertarioii a:;ainlt it, and inalonr^ Speech he made to the Dyer, infilled on the undoubted right of iiis Matter ro the Cro>vn of Spain, and inlarged on the Artifices of th* French for ii^pofina on rhe World a pretended Will of rhe late K;ng in favour of a. French Prmce. He exhorted them nor to own the Duke of An\on,ivA to enter into the Alliance concluded between his Mafter, the Kings of England, Denmark and Prtijjia, the Sites Genera!, die floufe of Lun.zburgb and feveral other Princes of the Empire. The Spanijh Ambaliac'or lias riefired the Dyet to renew rhe Trearie-. of Alliance with Spam, and pre/fed Inch of the Cantons who are in a defensive Alliance with the Durchy of Mil an to fend the fuccours they are oblig'd to, rh.it Dutchy being threarned wfrh an Invaiion from the Emperor. The Imperial Minifier has riireabned the Cantons that his Matter will flop all communication between them and the Hereditary Countries and hinder the importation of Corn. The Marquefs di Puijfuxx Arnbafladot of Francs had likewise audience, and according to his wonted cuitom made aflorid Speech full of gorr.-pous exprelficns,which iinelt more of the Ferula th, 11 of any rhing elle. The French Troops in A'/face are all in motion, and nioif of'em hie towards the Mos-fl.'s. The Deputies of the Circle of the Upper Rhine have finifhed their Conferences, and ordered their Troops to encamp by the beginning cf the next month by Wisbaden, whether they are lending Provifions for their fubfiftance. Count Kapach Envoy of the Emperor to the Courts of Ltaunburgh, Munjier and Hep Cajielis arrived here in his way co Henna, to give an account of thefuccefs of his Negotiation. Our Letters from. y/emah&ve breught nothing material this Poli, except rhat the Emperor has refolved to fend more Troops info Italy in order to drive rhe French out of ir. 12 Troops of Horie of rhe EleSor Palatine are marching from the Palatinate towards Holland, being part of the 8000 Men that Prince fends co the affilfance of the States General. Brujfels, Auguft 1. We hear from Antwerp that they were fome days ago in a great Contternation, lome deferters having reported, rhat the King of England, upon pretence of reviewing the Garrifon of Burguenop-zaom delign'd to invert Antwerp. As the Dutch Troops that were appointed to coyer the march of his Majefty drew near our Lines, and that the King himfelf came within Musket fhot of'em to take a view of our works, thofe motions wer* looked upon as a confirmation of the report of the deferters, and the Governour of Antwerp reinforced his Garrifon wirh 2 Regiments, and all the Troops in that City have been for ^Bcdmctr will do the like to morrow. An Exprcis from Limburgh has brought advice that 3 Body of French Troops under the Command of the.Marcfchal of/Wenyare arrived in that Dutchy, but whether they ate to joyn the Troops in GuelderUnd, or act leparately 'tis not Yec known. Hague, Augull 2. Yefterday the King of Great Brit-tain set out for Cruisbcrg near Harlem, in his way to Loo by Amjierdatn, and we hear his Majefty defigns in few days for Nimsghen and other Frontiers. Yeffer-day :m anftver to the late Memorial of Count d'Avaux was delivered to that Minifter, containing a modeft vindication of the ConduQ: of their High Mightinefles.againft the f-dfe iniinuations of that Am-ballador, wherein 'tis (hew n by plain matter of fa�t, that rhe Declaration made by the Envoy of rhe King of England about the farisfa&ion of the Eraperor, can-
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