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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 20, 1801, London, Middlesex H "1 And the Hifbrical Account,, &c. FromXDuftCa? November so,to &aturfcap November 2 2,170 Cohgn, November 24. P* "H ^ffie Palatine Troops, which Deere encamped at Mulbtim have been made over to the Status Genera!, except 3 Regiments, which Are inarching into the Palatinate for reinforcing the Body of Tioo^s appointed to cover the Pioneer* imployed in carting the Line, about tleujlat. The differences be-tween our Elecior and bis Chapter ieem now above a reconcilation, and. no doubt but his electoral Highntis a ho has been put upon tlieie violent pro-ceedingi by the Minilters of France, will blindly follow their inUiruations* and receive their Troops into his Fortified Towns, We hear .from frtmckfvrt that Prince LtpUot. Qaden will fuddenly go for Vi-tnnt, to give an account of the pollute of Affairs on the Rhine, and confer with his Imperial Majefly v bout the n'ci.ent j\inclure,'and the difpofition of the Circles of Sittbia, Franconia, and the Ufper Rhine. Exprs.if;s are lent to. tie Emperor, the' King of Prujfij, the Eleiof , palatine, and the Bifhop of Munfier, on a propofal made on Wednesday Iaft to our Magiilrates, to receive a liody of Dutch Troop* into this City, which they would not comply with, without the approbation of tholcf Princes. But if the match of the French Troops for pofleffing them-felves of fome places in chis Ele&orate, of which we h^ad this day adyice, proves true, 'tis believed our Magiftrares will.receive fome JBatallions, without waiting for the return of the ExprefTes that were difpatch'd away. Hague, Nov. 2.6. The Court of Jultice intends to proceed in few days againft the Italian, who was ibme time, ago feized it Loo, and in the mean tim� they keep him cbfe Pf ifoncr,. no -body being fuf-fered to ipeak.wifh him. An Expieft is arrived here fro.i Monfreur Crgnenburgh our Envoy (to the King of Sweden, w.ltji, aa accau-ir of his Negotiations in 0 r^iat Caurr,wi fyjijchlie'ii: very much crowed and opposed by 2 PHnce.wlio'yet a^'es"whatever he poflefles to Englarfd an&[li.'!(4�d.. 'IhsSpanijh Ambaflador /has notified to the 'hat he'is. going1 to Brufcls to expetVfurther- orders fram his Mafler, about the Treaty cornmun'ieined unto him on the part of the Emp''erQi,&�fA�W: aniV��'/V��^,but 'tis not thought he will return1 hither* .lA.Foreign Miniiier having felt the pulfe.of tWP*rtj.e� concerned, to know wnether they would confenr to a new Negotiation, he was told* "that �**ifte fiudi*. months to declare her mind, and that ther� was.' no peed of a Negotiation, the terms oil" the Treaty being fo plain.trut they Wanted no. explanation.'. . Parts, Nov. a5rThe. retreat of out Array from Oh�j�proves a great mnttirication to the Friends of the Marefchal ntPTScrty. for notwithstanding that General hi\behaved bii*ifclF with * great deal of gtudence, yet this mnvjiifgrace of the Kings Arms muft be fathered upon fome body, as--che affair of Carpi was u?on r.he Mitefchal of Caiinat. 'Tis frhifperedat Court* that the ptefliag inftances which the Duke of Savoy rUs.rrua'e for withdrawing his 1 Troops, which berifharf in the fiamp, are not acceptable to the. Kiog; but.our advices from Sortana fry, that in the. great Council of War held the 12th iriftant, wherein it was refolved to repafs the Oglio, all the Generals wereof opinion, that it was impofli-ble to continue there any loft�&** without expof!r;g the Whole Army to a manifell! danger.Some private Letcers tells us, that the motions of Prince Eugene of SfV�I, who had oufed his' Inrrenchnvents to be levelled, were the true reai'on of our decamping, for it is very likely the Gcnn.ws intended to attack tne Confederates i:\ their Camp, t\\s latter b;in^ confideiably weakned by the great number of men they have loft in feveral rencounters, and' the fick-nefs raging amongft them. Our Gazette obferves, that the Country was unpayable, and almoft quite drowned by the overflowing of Rivers; but if that account was true, how could the Germans advance the next day, and bring with them 12 pieces of Cannon to fire upon us as they did. We expect very impatiently anorhfer Exprefs from /^.People being very inquilitive to know what-Prince Eugem of Sftvoy will do, and whether he will march into the Miia-neze, or purtueour Army, which' is unable to make head againft them, by reafonof the fepa'ration of the Troops of Savoy, which are returned home. They tell us here.that the Venctimt will take now effectual meafurcs for obliging the Imperialifts to quit their Country ; but otheis are afraid, that this new advanrage of theG�r���i/ will prove anetiffoutagemfint to the Repablickto enter into the Alliance concluded between .the Emperor, E-ngland mi Holland, is they are ftrongly iojlkited to by the Imperial Minifters. Counts' Eftrees is fuddenly expected at THialm, with part of the Squadron which he commanded in the Streightt, the reft having been detached to reinforce Count ChsttaureMud, who is ordered to fail to the . Weftward with 30 Men of War, to'meet the Squadron commanded by Monfieur Coctlogm, who is fhottly expe&ed from the Wtft Indies, with the Sf** tiijb Gallions undtr his Convoy. The Spanijb Gal-lies are to Winter at Carthagenax and 11 of ours ac Ptrt St Mary near Cadiz. Frequent ExprelTes arrive here from Rome and Naples, which makes People ap* , prehenfive, that all Uiings are not Co quiet in that Kifigdomaswe are. told; but they flatter themlelves here, that the reinforcements fent thither from Milm arid Spain, will arrive time enough to prevent the defifjtvs of the Partifans of the Emperor. The conduit of the Court of Rtme is fo very myfterious harms' juncture, that we do not know what to think of their real intentions. The Pope feeros fometisies in our interefts, and on fome other occasions he appears for the Emperor. [All nt that the latter is not fo engaged, as to be proof againft the offers made unto him by the Emperor. London, Nov. 21. We hear the Electron for the City-of Wtjhnitifier comes brr on AfW On Monday nex�- comes on'the Ele$i
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