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Post Man (Newspaper) - August 19, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 39? N.N N And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From XuefDap Augutl $9, to 1lt)UtiMp Auguft 21, 170J. Mitt.T, Auguft 8. e Sa.vpT! Troops continue at A'/iuvm in �/� tl:u.mia, but'ris confirmed, that they are to rtturn home by the way of PruJJia. The King of Poland has written to the City ofDamzick, to fupply them with Provilions, in their paflige. The Deputies of Lithua-are arrived in the Smdijk Camp near Bcutske, but have not been admitted to. his Majeftys prefence, that Prince having declared, that he will give no audience to I'orsign Minifters, till the Campaign is over. The Swedes found in Birz.cn feverai Pontons, and fome pieces of Cannon, together with ibme Baggage belonging to the King of Poland. They found likewife 17 pieces of Brafs Cannon in Cokenhiuf'.n, which theSaxons could not carry away. Tfiey write from Perrtau, that 6000 men are embarking there for Wmdaw and Libou, two marifime places belonging to this Dutchy, of which the Swedes delign to rake pafthffion. They continue ta work very hard on the Fortifications of this City, and Major Genera! Mourner is made Governour General of Courland, and Count Steinbock Governour of this place. They talk here of a Victory obrained by the Swedes over the Muscovites in Ingria, of which we expect the confirmation. Vienna, Auguft 13. The Emperor has given orders to 10000 men of hi.s Forces to march with all poflible fpepd into Italy, to reinforce Prince Engine of Savoy ; and all imaginable care is taken for fupplying our Army with Provifions and Ammunitions, which we perform with great conveniency from Tin!, by the Lake of Guard*. There is advice from Munich , that the Elector of Bavaria has lent Circular Letters to the Circle of Bavaria, to fend their Troops to Munich by the latter end of September, having appointed to review the fame,together with his other Troops, which ire then to cofiillr of 1800a men, befides 9 or iooco men of the Militia of hh Country. The conduct of that Prince caufes fome uneaiinefs to this Court, who did noc expect that he and the Elector of Cologn would irde with the enemies of his Imperial Majelly. From the French and Spanifli Army at Soricina in the Cremoncze, between Pizzi�urone andSoncino, Aug.itf. Our Generals being inform'd that Count Ptlfi and Colonel yifctnti had been detached from the Imperial Army to take poffeffionof Palazxuoh on the Oglio, and that Prince Eugene was to follow with the reft of the Army, they broke up from Cafielfrattco on the loth infhnt, and incamped at La Rocca. The nth we continued our march to Scandtrela, where we were joyn'd by Prince Paudermnt. The 13th and 14th we mirched again, and arrived yefterday at Soricina, where we expect to morrow or next day a reinforcement of 12000 men, under the command of Count fh'.jfi, which are for themoft part newly arrived trom France. We have advice that the Germans are arrived at Pallazzuolo. We talk very much in our Camp of a Battel, but 'tis faid our Generals cannot agree together. From tlx Imperial Army under Prince Eugene 0/Savoy at Pailazzuolo on the Ogh'o, Augult 16. The Count de Caftelbarco, Comrniflary General of the Emperor, having caufed the Inhabitants o?Cajliglione to take the OathofFidelity to theEmperor,and taken an inventory of the effects belonging to the Prince of that name, and Prince�ug8�e having given the neceffary directions tor thsfecurity of that place, and Caflelgodofrcdo ,and fome others that havefurrendred to us in the (Ami nan; his Highnefs re/olved to proceed further towards the Ogho and in order thereunto fent out feverai Detachments,T get intelligence of theEnemy, who broughfin on the tfth inftant aCaptairi,aLieutenant,and i8Troop-ers Prifoners, out of a French party of 56 Troopers, which they defeated.The Lieutenant Collohel of the Regiment of Count Guido Staremberg,who commands in Cajlelgodofredo, with 300 Foot and 100 Horle, has publifhed a Placaert forbidding upon pain of Death, to carry any provilions into Mantua. General Faw bonne, who vyas fent towards the French Army, came back into our Camp the 9th, and reported, that they were on the other fide oftheOgfo, and that he was informed, that there was a great confufion in the City of MiUn, upon account of the Letters lent to the Magiftrates by Prince Eugene of Savoy, to exhort them to declare for the Emperor. His Highnefs con-tinned in the plains of Montecbiam, within 6 miles of Brefcia[uU the 13th, and having been joyned by 2000 men,and 6 pieces of Cannon, our Army marched that day to Torbtle, where we refted the next day, and having continued our march the 15th, and this day we arrived inthe evening at Palazzwh-, of which placa Count Palfi had taken poiTeffion fome days before. We expect in few days cur heavy Cannon and Mortars by the way of the Lake de la Guarda, and alfd 12000 men. who are arrived inthe Tirol from the Rhine, and the Hereditary Countries of the Empe* We have advice from Naples, that upon the ror news of our Army beating the French from Carpif and advancing towards the Milanefe: the people ex-prefTed a gr&t joy, and cryed in the Streets Long Live the Emperor, with which the pretended Viceroy was fo difpleafed, that he caufed feverai Perfons to be taken up and committed. This day our Spies brought advice, that the French and Spanifli Army being joyned, arrived yefterday nearSw!�'n�j on the other fide of the Oglio, which River we may pafs without any oppofition, whenever we pleafe. itflan, Auguft 18. Our Magiftrates met fome days, ago together about the Mandate of Prince Eugene of Savoy, who, in the Emperors name, commands them tofubmitto his Imperial Majefly, and to caufe the Inhabitants of the Country to take up Arms againft the French, upon pain of being ufed as Rebels; and affet very warm debates, it was agreed to fend a Deputation to Prince Vaudemont our Govern^ Several Ba-tallions are arriv'd in this Country htoi France, and have committed grat diforders in the Lands of Count Charles Barremea in the Novareze, beeaufe his Vaflals Could not fupply them with Provifion. We have re^ ceived orders-to fend 14000 Oxen to the Confederate Army, who is now encamped near Soricina in the Cremmeze, within 40 miles from this City. The Germans are at Pallazzuolo on the Oglio, within the fame diitance. The Neighbourhood of thofe two numerous Armies caufes a great confternation amongft our Country People, who begin to leave their Habitations, and remove their effects towards the Frontiers of the Grifons and orher parrs, which they think lefs expofed to the infults of the Souldiers, who notwithstanding the feverity of their Generals , commit great diforders, and efpecially the French, who in a manner lay wafte the Country which theyare obliged to quit. Prince Eugene of Savoy has fignified to Prince Vaudtmont and Monfieur Catinatj that he will uie the French and Spanifo Officer!, who are prifongrs in the fame manner, as they Hull ufe
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