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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 16, 1801, London, Middlesex /x^a the Historical Account &c. From ZwiOZp Stpccmber 16, to �l)UtP3ap September 18,170 Rime, September 3. N kltnli) ):'} the Span:jh Ambaitidor luJ a 11>**-i4 Audience o: rhe J'ope, :md com pi-lined of tii-i delays oi the Congregation a-.^oiar^i to crn!:der of the Iijvc.'iif ure.of N.iflis and S:cily, l;u'the Pope reuirue 1 him tho: Jike anlwer, a.v he had done to Cardinal Fsurbin, viz.. tint thar affair being ot the higtK-if importance ro ihe Holy See, nothing couid he done therein without a mature deliberation. Ill, Hoiinefs took tb-t opportunity to comp'ain of toe piocesdiug'' of (he Xing of ipaiti, who at the in. ftigittoa of C.\ta'uiA Poreocarren, has turned our of his place rhe- Grand Inquiiiror of Spain without his confent.or the leaff notice given to hi� Nuncic,which as it is pretended, is a violation of the rights of the Holy See; but the AmbalLdor anfvered in plain � terms, that the' tusning the Cardinal of Bouillon "�ut of his place of great Aimouer of France, and the feizing his Benefices, having not been conftiued as a violation of the rights ot the Church, he wondred that his Hoiinefs would pretend to a greater power WSpain chan'iri Frame ; concluding, that his new Matter was refoived to reform feveral abufes 0/1 that TubjeS, and io' iegulace matters, that the Church fliould enjoy no greater priviled�e$ in Sfatn than in Frmee. The Pope feem'd much'tenctmed at that Declaration,- and fold the AmbaiTadof, that he was not frighted atrhofe Menaces, being confident of the affiftance and-prote&ioo. of the Almighty in his juil caule. Th* War iin Jcaly being like to continue long, this-Co\rtt has refoived to raife 2coo Foot and fome Troops of Dragoons forreinforeing our Forces, and fecuring^the Eccleluftical State; The Pope has. altered his delign of lending Legates a Latin' * to Vienna, Parte and Madrid, the French .and Spwijh Am-bairadors having declared, that this would be to no purpofe, their matters being refolved to give no manner of fatisfa&ion to the Emperor for his pretentions. From the Imperial Army near Ponreoglio, September 8. Nothing material has happened fmce our laft, except thic on the 6th inftant the French altered the dilpofirion of their Army, ftrstching their left towards Pontetglio, taking their head Quarters at Urago ; whereupon Prince Eugene reinforced his right with 6 BataDions, and made Several Detachments to obierve the Enemy. Prince Crmmerci wenrour of our Camp 3t the lame time with a good Body of Horfe, to endeavour to fall on theRear of theFreruh,but he could not come up time enough One of our parties which Was fent tointeicept aConvoy ofProvilions for the French Camp, and was three whole days in Ambufcadey has (ear. word thata General of the DukeofSdwy retnming home becaufs of his Wounds has narrowly-miflkl being taken, but that we have fecured his Equipage. AnorherPany has taken oMules \ jooo Piftoles, with other considerable booty. The Dd'erters who came to us repreknt the lofs of the French at Chi art robe more considerable than we thought, and by fome intercepted Letters from their Camp to Milan, it appears that they own chat 40O0 men were killed on the fpor, and that they can have no lete .than- 3000 wounded, they have lent id -Waggons laden *vith the latter to Crcmor.a, belidcs what has been fent toother places. r\*mi>tsrgb, September 20. Letters from W.trjaw relius, that the King of Poland has piomifed upon the word of a Prince, that no foreign Troops fhall be kept or brought into the Kingdom, which the Cardinal Pn'mate has lignified to the feveral PahtlnMit, and that his Mayefty was refolved to null: bimlelfto the Fidelity of his Subje&s. Some advices fay, that that Cardinal has advii'cd the King to ;>6 forSa.xony for fome rime, bur his Mjjelly having had fome intimation of fome deigns corned on aguinft him, told im Eminence, that fuch who gavenim that advice could not be his true Friends, and that he wcuid noc follow -it. In the mean time the Swedes ccntinve to poirelb thenilcives of the wholeDutchy ofCourland, which gi'-'es a grcat.umbt3ge to the Court of PrvJJia, 'Tis confirmed, tliar the Saxon Troopi are to march into the Emperors fervice. The King of Denmark is fending an EmbaiTy to JVarfaw, for offering his Mediation far a Peace with iv>ed>.n. The pantfb Horie dcligned for Holland will begin their march on Saturday next, and theFoot will imbark few days after. Pari/, September 29. Our lad advices from cur Army in Italy of the 17th infranc tell us, that on the 14th the Duke ci"Sa
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