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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 29, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From XueftW July 25, to Xl)UtfDap July 3?, r70r Rs7�e, July j6. Ns�)' <^He Jrw.r& and Spaniards continue to complain againfHhe conduit of Cardinal Aj-talli, Legate of Fcrrara, as if he had fup-plied the Germans with Provisions, and favoured their pnfDge.over the Po, but Cardinal ? indued, Secretary of Stare, has declared to ^Cardinal Fnurbin and the Duke of Uzcda, Ambaflador Of S��X that the Pope expettcd that after the declaration made unto them fome days ago of his Jnrenticn ofob&rving an exacl Neutrality i'l the piefent jun-$ute, they would give over their unreai'onable complaints. That Cardinal AfaUi had done nothing in ikvour of the Germans, butwh.it he would have doi.e in favour of the French, that is ro -give 'em free pai-iige through the Ecc eiufbca! S'r-ate, and give'em leave to buy Pro'-iiions, as the Republick of Ptnki had done. Paulucd acquainted chem at- the i'anae time, that all the Germans had quitted the ftwr-.zf, and re-paifcd the^17, in order :o march into the Mantuan. And ns the French and Spaniards have rotsrkd to the. Pope, that their moft Chriltian and Cathoikk Maje-fties are very much difpleafed wiih. hisNuntio's at tie CtrtKfS of I'ier.na and Portugal, who croi's in every thin" the Inrereft of France ami Spain, Cardinal Pa::-had cook this, opposruniiy to (ignify to Fear binand the Duke of Ui-da, rl'.Jt his Holicefs wou'd inquire into the conduct of his Aliniilers, and re-call them, if they h%Vi ailed contrary to rheit inftiuciions, which lie Cooid ncK believe, feeing they were men of Judgment, Experience and Fidelity. We hear fiOui fks, that Mount L~]vj'-t'r vomi'? tip. a vjfr quantity of Stoats and other matter, which has done a world ct damage in the neighbourhood of that dreadful Mountain, fcut the O.imes were fome what abated when the LtJjers came .uv.-.y, which nuke iis hope, that this emprion will noc be ib threat and mifchicvcui as it was in the year i5iJ.S rr i6y.t. We have received advice of the defeat of a Detainment of the French Ar-my *: Carpi, and Om particulars are not yet publifhed, bat jf.e Fnnc'rj and Sp.v.iardsleem in a great conftenu-'rk� thereupon. - Bum. tlx Imped 1! Amy near Villa Franca, July ai, Pfiace Eu�-n* ai'^^j-.y has recalled all the Detachments tibat he had nude retire wiiliOut any noife over the Mindo, than to carry oa this li's Wc don't queilion but to meet with a vigorous refifi-ance; but however, their parties we have had to deal withal, have not nood tner gro'und with that vigour as (t was expeSed. Several Spaniards are come overtoils. We have taken fince our arrival into thefe parrs above too ir;en in fevenil Rencounrers, and killed as many. Frov. the Cetifid.ratu A*my at Goiro under the Dv.rJ of Savo). July 28. The Duke of Savoy arriv'd here -C'i the 2f5rb, and found tb^ Army encamped along tl:e Mincta an the right bank of the fame, den-ch.;'.s�t> being conveniently Poftcd in all tlie. place-, w here th" River is fordable; Hi$ Ro;al Higlineis took a nanow view the next morning of all the Polls of rhe 'Array* and he'd a Council of War w'irh Prince fnuAaxant, the M-uefchal of Catinet and orher Genera.'1;. The fiine day Parties were lent over the River ro get intelligence of the Enemy, and the-j- reported that the GcrmanshiA fent early that morning over the Jsiige, their lick and wounded, heavy Baggage and Women and were preparing to break up from Vflle Frtatla. This morning we had advice thir part of rheir Forces was airiv'd on the* Banks of the Mincio towards Ptlchi-era, and that MonfieU' B.i;h:>viiiiers who was polled there ro fecure a Bridge, bad retired from - r'hat Poif. The Germans hive fent over- c^oo Hor& to yievV ground,but they have found it inconvenient for drawing up rhsir Army, for we are told the)! have'repaffed the River. In the man time they hue laid a Bridge at i'r Leon between Borgketti and Peftkiera, where *iis likely that they intend to pafs'th* Mir.do, and as both Armies are in motion,*ris probable))r that rhere will b* fo morrow an Engagement. ' Our heavy Baggage is fending this night to Mtiv.tua, and other d:l-policions are made towards a Battel. The Germans are computed ro be 3^000 fbong of very good Troop*. Our Army is more numerous, but we cannot rely upon the Troops of Milan, who, except the Natural Bom-Spaniards, confifi: of new Levies of Neapolitans, the worft Troops in the World. Our Cavalry is now marching in two Columns, and orders are given ro the Foot to break up to morrow morning vfry ear/y. 4 or jooo Men are encamped under rhe Cannon of Mantua, and perhaps we may retire rhere ro morrow. Pads, Auguft 6. An Exprefs from the Marefchal of Casinnt has brought advice, that on the i8th pad the Germans laid Bridges on the Mincta, and that the Armies were marching on both fides, fo that we ex-p
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