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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 11, 1801, London, Middlesex ��>t lid" the Historical Account, drcr. From ^tUt^a? October 11 ,ro julil'CiH? October i 4, j 70 r, Rome, September 14. � N Siwdty lad the Duke o?UuJ* Amb.fla-d 'f d Spain received an fcx ;.r=h hem N-ip'es, a.;j hi-i the ikxc day a loi'g AuJience of his Holinels, and aftsi-Wiid lenr Back th-- lame Exprefs, upon fume matters of t!�s hij�h^!t importance, which are kept very prna'e; bur 'tis thought it nay concern ths Mjrysjcfb iel Cafi�, who is accuj^d ci hiving bought a-grear quantity of Corn,for the ufe o; thelm-penal Army.Thc Viceroy of tU[l?s has lummoned him to appear before him, but he anfwerei, rh^t he would give account or" his action to the King ofSpriz himfe'.f and nor o him, and accordingly we hear hi i> fer our for Madrid. The Imperial Amballador has dtdarcd 11 a pnv.ire audience to the Pope, that his maftv.r.being willing to prcferve a good Correfpon-dence with the Holy Se.', he .would take care ;hac the Ecoefvifticaf Territories ilould fuTcr r.o darn-i^e from his Troops ; bu; that the feizi-ng and carrying away of the materials Prince Eugtne hid got together to lay Bridges ova the Po, being a bieacn of N-.urra-Jiry, his Imperial Ma jetty inliiled, and expected that they mould be carryed bick to the fame place from whence ;hey were taken. The Viceroy ai.tfjtl-.s has ^uYniried an order, requiiing all the Subject* of that Kmgdo-n to fake the Oath of FiJeliry to the new King o'f Spai�.,bui the greateil pin refui'e to com-;.)'y with it, till the aifair of the Invciliture is decided, w:i>'ch is like to prove a long bullnefc, notwithstanding rh-: firing fol'icitarions of bath ja ties. Finite, Oitobrr I. Several ExpiefFes ars gone by tl.is "bee wirii ad/ice, rh..t 0:1 the lid pait, there a e-.au infurre&ioa in tfjpls in tavour of the Emperor i'he i-aj-.ria.'.ils g:--t 'tojjerher in the Places of our Lady of Mci:;; Csrmd, and proclaimed the Emperor and the Aichduke Charles. They broke open the Priibns, in-l 'e cured feveral Polls of that City; But the N.-;>:iiry and greatefl part of- the Burghers repairing -.irh their Arms to the Palace, where the Vice-roy had drawn' up feme Regu'-ted Troops-, they mavcis'J agi'nlr the Rebels, b.at them from the Polls they ii��>.'. taken, kili'd a great number of them, and toyk 90 Priluaers, whereby that iijfur-reclion was qu�!;ed in lefs than 24 hours. They tell us, than fever-l Grandees of rhit Kingdom having reprelenr-: J to the Vicer'oy.rhar the uncertainty and the delay* of ths Pope about the Inveftituie of that KingJ:.m hav great incour.ige.ntni ready to raketh-: Oath of F dcii'y to his Catholic k Majeiiy, witho-.it waiting any further for the intentions of the Co-.irc a:"Ron; ; but whether this will be followed by the reli of the Grandees and file Migiftrates time 'vill dMc-wer. Our Letters from Br'tfcia,B:rgiimi>aijd O-emn, bring advice, that the Subjects of the Repablick Oil t.ut tide are in a molt deplorable cafe, the two gr;::c Armies encamped in thole parts having devoured all ths Pioviiions, to that degree that riie Country people- are forced ro le�/� their iubicvious a:ii go a "beggi lg in the chief Cities. The Senate meets frequently on that Affair, and feveral instructions have been lent to the Go-vernours of our FrOnrier p'acej. Orders
'*iiden.mt anu. C'ousit- }k'P are anived here, and inte:ia as.'tis laid tobeliegs C*fligli3~e, ar.d other places, polfJiled .by tae 'dT.ix*.s [3000 men are t'o be employed �cr been in aii likelihood a to the Rebels , they were getting ready i8eoj Mu,ket\ They ha>-e a';b taken Up a great numb.-r i.>f Ba^k^ at Pom Bujf'oii and Other places inFriuljjw. wliiriie: chev arc d�jWcd for (ranfpurting Arms an. Ammu.iitio.i to fj/wj 9t fat another expedition emu #,}\ d'n^o^r. Jh in thi5 Country that fcrvice. , yiiuna, 0�x. J. An Exprtfs frcm I:sly has brought: advice, that on the 24th pail these . Juppen-d a r.oc action between the hotragers b jta Aruiies about Caflreizato, in .which the,French bad 200 men k.'.-IcJ, wiiii feveral Oificers, ind the Commander or the "Ditacliment. The I'ame Expr els has wrought alio adv ice cf the p!unde�ing of &�u:;otiy our 1 roops, becaule the Country people having retired ro that place, had lire J upon out men,- and killed forae of them. ' Tis reported here thar the A-'ir/ww have promised to give Winter Quarters in tile Btrgu/nafc and BrJiun to ihe Imperial Troops, but this adi ice is lb' material ttnt'it delirves cordirmatron. The Ambai-l'ador of Dinttuvk. having riniihed his Negotiacions in this Court, is now returning coCopenhtguin. Hamburg, CU'tob. 14. Our Jail advices from Coxr-lini fay, that the King of S&edeti having reinforced the Garnfon of Ubon/ind ordeied feveral new Works ro be made to that place, intended to brsak up the Jth inllant from thence, buc we do not hear whether he intends to lend his Aimy to their winter quarters, or whether that Prince has lome further Expedition in view. He has detached* three Regiments for reinforcing tne Troops commanded by General Welling on the Frontiers of Mujcovy. Th�y write'from War-J'an>, that the Palatinates of Poland lhew a general dif-likeof the Letter writ by the King of S&edenio'the Cardinal Primate ; but they do at the lame time declare that they will by all poffible means prefetve a jjood amity with that Prince. H�gue, Oilcber 18. Our Letters from the Imperial Army in Italy of the 30th pa(f, have brought the con-� rymation ot feveral tencou.iteis mentioned in the Letter; froin-Pj'-.'r; and that on the 29th 400 Horfe of the French attacked near Mmtechiiro fecial Waggons laden with Soulier j, whom they thought to be Sicfc or Wounded, but upon their approach, moil of'em betook to their Arms, and made fuch a Fiie upon tha Enemy, that rh�y forced them to retire with the hois of feveral m:n. The Armies continue in their former Camps, but with il> many ir.couveniencies, that we expeel ro hear iliortly that they have decamped. Some Letters from bi;j>ru;ko?the si imlant f.�y, that an Exprefs wer.c that day through that place for Vienna, ana reported that there .vas a general mfui-rechon in the Kingdom of Nt>%Us in favour of the Emperor. Our Letters from chat Kingdom have brought an account of" rhe d'icovery or the Coaipiracy as they call it, -n;n;i'jnad in our P.w:s Letter:-., but the lame is too frmj to bs inferred here, and beiidejs We had nw:l ot tue particulars in our lorner. They take ' no
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