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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 20, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From ^aCUtBap September *o,to XuefDap September 23,170 Uibtnw, Arguftjo. Pon advice that a ftrong Fleet of English and Dutch men of War ii to come into thele parts, the King has held fieque;it Council*, and the oidersthat have been iflued our, do fufficiently (hew the ua-ealinefs of r'ie Court.Officers have been lent inro the D.'ilVift of Br^pi,and the Provincesof Mmha an J Dovra to ci!ce a Lift of all the Inhabitants from ro tr> 4.0 years of age, and they arc ro be formed into Companies and exercifed, that they may make draughts thereof for augmenting tha ftanding Forces. 60 nz v pieces of Brifs Cannon have been brought (wlicr from the Province of Alemtt'p,\ for the neve Forts which, have beer; ere�ted foi the better fecuriry of theHivei. AU the Governors of oirr FortreiFcSare orJererfto repair to-thair refpe&ive cbmmands with all pofl;.b!e fpeed, and all our Forces are drawing towards rtie Coaft. 'Tis faid a French Squadron is fuddenly expe&ed- here ro joyn our. Fleer. The Kirijffcnds-freqttenc Expteflss to the. Courts of Fnw� and;Spain, hut rhe ltrb/e& matrer of their diipatches is unknown to the Pub Hck. We hear the King has ordered. Copies of the Treaty he has-concluded with fr&ce and Spain to be delivered to., the Englijh and Dutih-Mimftersy and that there is no Article therein, that'Xnay be conlrtued a* a breach of the Peace between rhpfe Nations and thisCiown, feeing we are to cohtinvis Neater., in cafe of Wax, arid that the King has on'y promifed to give no pafftgc through hifi-rurirry to any Imperial or other Troops, and to adrmr into bis Harbours no Fleets of i'hips of War", tint may- be designed to a.�t againft France or MJi&rid, September &. On Monfoj laft the King fet ouHfy Uafcdona, attended' by the Duke; or Medina Sidktid; the. -Counts of BeneventQ? and St iftevan,. 4 Ge'rrrJeinen of-his Bed Cl-nmbet, jD�*i dntonio.UUlla,. Secretary of rhe Univerfal Difpatches, and the Ami ba|Tadors ofFrxncinndSfrwy. Hii Majefty has i
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