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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 15, 1801, London, Middlesex cm Numb. 901 And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From ^attH'&ap November 1 $,to XtttiDay November 18 ,i701. Madrid, O&ober 29. Ol|t advices from C�ife fay, that the French men of Wap under the command of the Count (CEBreefi were realty to fail for the Streighti^nti that there tie bur 5 trench Glalleysin that Barbour, all the sell being returned to Mdrfeillet, We have had advice of' the late InfurreQion in Naples, and- *fis /aid Count d'EJlrw is to convoy a Body of Troops from Preyettce into that Kingdom. We have advice from Barbaty, that the third" Son of the King of Moroc /Irta:ed'^p enter into a Warj they fhajl fincerely ' fiomruunicate:unto each other, every thing relating 'to their common ,l!iUere(ts. ,$c\i, That, none of ' the Parries. iLUI rruke Peace without rheconfent. ' of the other, luw-befbrerhey have obrained a,conve-'nient fatisfa&ion for the Eniperor,and a fecuriry fcr. 'the PoaiJnionsj.a'J'i Trade pf the EKglifh and Dutch, 1 and procured that the Crowrjj of France ,and Spain, 'be never rtun;i;ed under the, fune frincs, and in ' p.jericiil>r rhar- the French be rnjverM^fters of the. *4f>diit Ub.nvttd'toSpam, 01 th?t thiy' he permitted 'to Trade into that Country dire&ly or indireSly, * nor before they have obtained for rhe Englifh and ' Dutch thofe Rights, Priviledg�s and Franchifes for ' their Trade in Spainznd the Mediterranean, which ' they enjoyed under Charles 2d,by verrue of-Treaties, ' Cuftom, or any other Title whatfoever. 9th, ' They fhall agree at the fame lime that the Peace. ' fhall be treated o� on the means for the fecurinjj ' the Commerce of both Nations and the Barrier. ' lorh.They fhall likewife agree about the differences' ' that may relate to the exercife of Religion in the " Countries they hone to Conquer. 1 ith, If the mo�t ' Chriftian King attacks any of 'em by reafon of ' this Treaty,the vfhall affift each other with all r!>p:r " Forces, nth, ^"he defenfive Alliance fhall fb!>:ifV ' between the faid Parties after the concldfion 0 f the 'Peace, for the Guarantee of die Treaty. 13th, ' All Princes and States that Iball be willing to ' come into this Alliance, fhiH be admitted,�nd the ' States of the Empiw IHall be particularly invited to �' corns.intp the fame, as being concerned in the ' reeovery of the Imperial Fiefs. 14th, This Treaty, which was figned on the 7th of September laft, fhall ' be ratified within the lime of 7 weeks after. Tho ''SJain to reprefene the Emperor as a favcure't of * Hercfy, and that our Monks will do the like ;'ri 4 Mr-.- . - The Sieur it Immllt arrived at Court oaths i6tkitr ftant.being fent by the K.of Spam,to accqeaint hisMa* jefty that the Qu;een pt Spain arrived at Figuera on the jd infant, and that the Marriage was confumnia-t�d the fatue night.The pixt day another ExpreG ar� rived,and we had here a very fbange wporr groun *-ed on fofiie Letters ftom P�Y^*w,which told uS.thak that Prince and his Queen had parted rhe 4th mftanc in greatdilJatis,iaction, and that.he was gone back to Madrid, and her Majefty returned info half. This has been a current report for two days, but frefher Letters from,Ftgutra tell us, that their Ma-jetties are gone for parceltna,*nd difcover the grdrond of that falfe report, wh.ich is as folIoweth.When that Princefs arrived near Pigterafat was waifed upon hy Spsm'jb Ladies and Duegna's,v/bo praftifed on that occa= fion all the niceties which are peculiarto that Nation, tho her tender Age,it feems,fhould have excufed her from the fame, and all the Ladies and. Women who waited upon her were fent back, and nof, Eermitted to. attend her. This furprized the Queen iit the kind reception (he met with from the King, made her the more eafily to bear it till the nexc day, that fhe could not forbear any linger to complain to his Majefty, that fhe found "berfelf among. Strangers; and did not know to whom fhe fpeke, denting that fhe mipht be allowed ro have 1. Women, who had waited upon her from her Infancy, and in whom fhe might entirely confide The King anfwered, thatfuch was the Curtom of Spain, that he could not-comply with her requeft, tho the?.* Qaeen- urged fcveral Prefidenrs, and efpeci�11y that the Qween Dowager had been allowed to have near her Perfon the Counted of Berlips and fome otha* . German Women. .All this proved to no purpofe, far the Kings Councellors would not confentto anyv innovation in this matter, at which the. Queen was fo much concerned, that fhe could not forbear her. faars and complained inbitrer terms of the Savage Cu Proms of the Spaniards. She continued, in that affliction till the
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