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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 23, 1801, London, Middlesex Ana the Hifioncai Account, &c. From '�tt2i0a?'September 23.10 XljUtiOap September 25,1 70?. JVwi rik Imperial Camp near Ponte Oglio, Sept. 16. fome to his Suojefts. The Pope has held frequent Congregations of Slate on that demand, but 'tis faid Hi Armie- on both fides continue in the ht has refolved to give WLftfer quarters to no body, f.une Camp's as by our former, but cur and that he has fent for 400c men out of Switzerland Par^k-a a:e to rroublefome to the Ene-- to reinforce his Troops and defend his Dominions, niv , tiur Yi;. believed they vviJi/udden- We hear from Viama that the Sieur Forftcr Com -ly break up, and repafs the Oglio. Count miliary General for the Provifions, has received Liinihgm w!io u as jent o/er that River with a good iicooo Florins to buy Provifions in Croatia tobe . detachment to jjer intelligence of the Enemy, re� fhipped offat Trie/le inIfiria,zn$ brought by Sea into turne ! the 14th wiHt 40. Horic\s,
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