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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 23, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftori;ai Account, &c. From XttrfDap Odtober 2^,.to^amrDap October 25, 170*. own gland, Rome, Octob. S. N Mur.day laft the Pope held a Confiftory, wherein he.notify'd to the Sacred Col-ledge the death of the late King James ; and that the French King out or his great zeal for the Catholic!; Religion had i the Tirular Prince of'Wales for King of En-&c. tho his Mo ft Chriffian Majefty � as fen-libie that lie had acted in this particular contrary to his own inter eft*. The Pope made on that occafion the Eulogy of the late King, and a noble Panegyrics on his Moft Chriffian Majefly ; commending his unparajle'led Zeal for the propagation of the Ca-tholick Faith, to which he facrificed his Intereff, Glory, and all other Tyes and Engagements whar-foever. Thr Duke Gaetano Sermoneta being affraid of rhe'great number of AfTaffines that are locking for him, in hopes of the reward promifed by the Vice-loy of Naples to thefe who fhall murder him, is come to this place, and has taken Sanctuary in the Houfe of the Imperial AmbafTadoi; but they continue to proceed againft him with tha utmoft fevirity, notwithstanding rhe Interceflion oi the two Cardinals Barberini, the Prince of Paleftrina, and his other Relations; who have defired the Pope not to involve the Son of that Duke into the difgrace of his Father, and to grant him the Lordfhips his Father was pof-feited of, or at leaft thofethat he enjoyed in right of his WiS?. We hear from Naples that Don Carlo Sav*ro Brother to the Marquefs of Santo ���Wo,GentIeman of the Bed Chamber ofrhe Emperor.being convicted of having been fljf oneTrhe chief Actors in the late infur-reftion, was publickly beheaded ^Naples on the]d in-ftant.and that he luffered that ignominious death with fo much confhncy,that he declared on theScaffold that he would coatlnt!^ faithful to the laft to the Emperor, and Long liv: the E-mpenr were the very laft words that unfortunate^entleman pronounced.They have Executed feveral other perfons of lefs nofe.and they tell us, rharPrince.V.w/HV� is befet in aMountain by [the Spa-7H/fcTroops.TheDuke oiTelejJ* and fofrie others are retired to Bfmvevto, and the Spaniards having defired that they fhould be delivered to them, a fecret Congregation of State was held on Monday ]a(V,to examin whether the r.equeft of the Spaniards- ought to be granted, or whether that Duke and his followers ihouldbe privately warn'd to make theiT efcape,and retire elfevhere, A great number of Banditti of the Kingdom of Naples having enrred the Territories of the Church, the Pope fent h is Cuiraffiers and fome other Troops for the fecurity of cur Frontier*. The Abbot Daun Agent of the Emperor, was called two daysago to trie Palace, and had afterwards a long Conference with the I mperial AmbalTador and Cardinal Grhn�.r.i, who had afterwards each of 'em a lon,g Audience of the Pope, but npon what fubject 'tis not ye: known. The point of the InvefHtureof Naples conrinues undecided. Venice, Oitober 15. The great fains we" have had of late have inlwelled the Risers that they have oversown their Rinks in fevoral places, and done a great Thev write from'8wJ�.t, that the deal of dimjtje. Imperial tad French Armies have fullered much on this occa.'i'n, and chiefly the latter., who 3re En-Camped in �! low "round. Nofwlthftandint; rhe in-Conveniences jhe Wejrherand the l'carciry of p'O-Viiiotv, both Armies feem eq-nily refolved to continue in their Cv.nns, an 1 pirijh therein before they break Hp. Ths He-nm have fent rheir lirk tmn m DiZ'nrfir.i, ^1 the L'ke di �/OT ,withLetters from. General Mocenigo, importing that the Imperialifts continue their motions on their Frontiers, and that rhey harVe defired pafTage for a Body of Troops which they intend to lend to Raguza, that Re-publick having by approbation of the Grand Signior, made a Treaty with the Emperor, whereby they lend him their chief City, to m?ke a place of Arms, and oblige themfelves ro Inpply him with Shipping for Tranfporting bis Forces into Naples and Sicily. General Moeenigo anfwered that he could not give 'em a pofitive anfwer rill he had orders from che Senate, but we do not know what they have refolved thereupon, nor whether rhe mifcarriage of the Partizans of the Emperor in Naples will caufe any alteration in the meafures of the Imperial Courr. 'We hear from Verona, that a parfy of the Garrilbnot" Mantua has deftroyed a Magazine on the Adige belonging to the Imperialifts, wherein there wen: ?ooo lacks of Corn. An Exprefs from Breftia brought advice that General Vaubonne having lurprized 800 Troopers of the Con-federate Army, who had puc theirHcrfesa Grazing near Bragw/i�e,killed 4*0 men, and brought info the German Camp all the Horfes. Tha Viceroy cENapkshis published a Pardon for fuch who were concerned in the late Infurreftion, as (hall acknowledge Jthe prelen'. King of Spain before the Jfth inftant. Franckfort, October 23. Our Letters from Venr.a fay, that new Inftrufrions are fent to Prince Eagtm of SaVoy about the Winter quarters of his Forces ; and that by rhe Letters of che French Generals that were intercepted in Italy, it appears that the Enemy loft in the attack of the Germx.t Camp at Clnari, z Brigadeer, 4 Coilonels, 1 Lieutenant Collonel, 3? Captsins, .45 Lieutenants, and had 99 Captains wounded, 103 Lieutenant*, and tha: befides, 3�7 Sergeants and 3000 private Centinels were killed and wounded. The Envoy of the Duke of Wolfembuttel at Ratisbonne, has notified to the Dyet, that there-port we had from France, that the Sieur ifUJftn a French Officer, was declared General of his Forces, is ground lefs and falfe, for that Gentleman has no otherCharafter in that Courr.but that ofEnvoy extraordinary oiFrance, in the room of Monfieur^ Bonac, who is gone in tha fame quality :to the Court oj; Sweden. He has alfo afTured the Dyet, th*c the Forces of his Matter are not to be imployed for di-fturbing rhe Peace of the Empire, but for fecuring his own Rights and Dominions. Prince Lewis of Baden has paired the Rhine, with forae Imperial and Palatine Troops, and a great number of Pioneers arefummoned to work on the new Lines about Nero-fiat and Germcrlheivi. Some Troop1;, which were ordered to return* to their q-.iarters, are countermanded, and ordered ro p:iN rheRA/ns with feveral pieces of Cannon. Count Comr.gjeck is arrived at Co-/o^n.'wirh an Imperial Commilfion reiafing to the differences between the L'citor of that name and his Chapter. Hague, October i3. Thi King? departure for ��-glmdis put off for tome du^s, upon account otfome affairs of'he hiij.'iffr importance, and 'tis fail prince L"t>1s of Bider. is exn-cte.i here incognito, to confer wirh his M-jjefry. fount IVrar.Jl.rn Envoy of the Emperor bus received an Exprefs from Prince Eugene, with an account "f the pre lent pofture of affairs in Italy, arrl by the journ ,1 from., (lis Camp from tha -rh to ttv: urn iivf:tnt it appears, that the Germans hive :a!;^r. l --20 ik-l-*. feverai M'lles of-he Equi- pags
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