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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 25, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Pliftorical Account, &c. From Xttelfia? November 2 5 ,to XftUttDap November 27,170 .Raw*, November n. �"j? He spanijb AmbafTador having required all perlons who are poffelfcdof any Fiefs in theKingdom o?Naples,to take theOath of Fidelity to the King of Spam, Prince SavtUt, the Duke of Sora, and fotne o-rhcrs b:>vc conrplyed wirh that order ; but DonLivio OiLjcbaUbi, Nephew to Pope Innocent XI, feems re-folved ro continue in the Emperors Intereft. The Marqueis del Vajlo, one of the greateft Lords ofthe King iom of Naples, is fummoned to appear before the Viceroy of that Kingdom by a certain day, and the Spa*:i(!i Minifter-has signified that' order unto him, but tfe does not (hew any inclination to obey, but rather feems refolvedto continue here, and is taking a great number of Servants for the fecuricy . of !iis Perfon. The Spanijh AmbafTador invited him ro Dinner j but upon fome intimation given him, that they defigned to feize him, and fend him Priibner to Napier, he excufed himfelf from Dining '.'irh his Excellency. Some other Perfonsof Quality, who are under the fame fulpicions as the Matqueis del Fafto, are likewiie augmenting the number of their Servants for the fecurity of their perfons, and genenlly take German: into their fervice. Letters from Naples fay, that the Viceroy being preiTed byourNuntio ro fend back Prince Riccia, into the Territories of the Church ; anfwered, that he could not comply with the Popes defires till he had received orders from Spain about that affair. That Kingdom is nor in a perfect tranquility, andthete is fuch a diflatisfa&ion amung the Grandees and the People, that 'tis feared it will break out at laft into a general infurrecfion, mlefs theViceroy receives in few days thofe reinforcements that are promifed him from France and Spain. The Io Companies of difmounted Troopers fent from Milan are arrived there, and will be difperfed inta feveral places. The laft Letters from thence fay, that a Niece of Cardinal Cantelmi having unmannerly reflefted on the Sifter of the Prince of Macchia, who was concerned in the late Inflection, calling her Dina Mazaniella, as if her Family was in the fame principles as the famous rebel Mazaniello, that Lady could not bear that opprobrious Language and fell upon the other, fcratching her face in feveral places. They were parted by their Friends, and both are committed by order of the Viceroy, and CardinalCantehni. The Silk Weavers complaining of want of Trade, got together' fome days ago, and threatned the Viceroy with a new Infurreition, but the fame was prevented. Several young Fellows have been whipt, and fent to the Gjl'ies, for crying in the Streets, Long Live Prin ce Eugene of Savof. Don Juan Fives, a Spaniard Go-vetnour of Manfredonia is taken up for correfponding with the Germans. There is a report, that the Governor of r'se Cattle ef St Elms, refufes to obey the orders ofthe Viceroy, and has fent him the heads of 1 Spaniards- and a Frenchman in a Box, as a repri-7a\ for rlie Death of Don Carlo Sangro, and others rhat have been executed for declaring for the Emperor. From the Imperial Cmnp at Ponte Og'io, Nov. 17. On the nth inftant at night, our advanced Guards fent word, that theyheard a great noife in the Camp of the French, whereupon Prince Eugene fent to view their xd/anced Foils, which were found guarded as before.They fiw likewiie greaifFires,which made oui GenenK co;icla.ij rhar the Enemy were breaking up, and JfiMwoaijiiely orders wsre "jven to part of the Army to hold themfelves in a readinefs to march by break of day, when we difcovered that the Trench had fepafled theCgfo.ia pieces of Cannon were brought on the Banks of that River,vvhich fired upon the Enemy, and our Granadeers having palled over a Bridge, which they had not time to curt down, they charged a Party ofthe trench, and kill'd feveral of *em. The Marefchal of Catinat who brought up the Rear, was wounded in the Arm, as we have been informed by fome Prifoners.Prince Eugene viewed the Camp of the French, which was very well fortified,and having ordered the Intrench-ments to be levelled, which was done on the 14th, a Council of War was held, wherein it was refolved to break up from this place, and march into the Mantuan and part of the Crtmmeze, in order to take Winter quarters. looo Horfe and 600 Fooe have been detached to Convoy 3* pieces of Cannon to Cajti^lione.v/hete we nave another Train of 27 Pieces. Several detachments are fent to reinforce General Vaubomu, who is encamped at Cigala with 9000 men, and 'tis faid he is to attack Bozolo and Sabioneta in the Mantuan, while Prince Eugene marches to beat the French from Goito, that they may not obftrucr. our Convoys from Germany. 'Tis thought part of our Forces will be fent over the Po into the Countries of Modena and Reggio, which are Fiefs of the Empire. The French are retired towards Cremona, tad we hear they are to fend theirTroOps into their quarters. Parist Decern. 3. Our laft advices from Italy fay, thawMonfieur*/* Fillerey having advice that the Germans were decamped, and had divided their Army into two Bodies, he fenc a great detachment under the Marquis of Crequi, ro reinforce Count Thejft, who being Ported at Goito near Mantua, was in danger of being attack'd by that Body of Imperial Troops which is marched that way. The other Body was according to our laft'advices at Oftimo aw Bozolo, with a defign as it was thought to attack that place, which being of great confequence for covering the Cremoneze, and the beft part of the Mantuan, has obliged Monfieur filkroy to caufe a Body of Troops to march that way. The Germans r expect a reinforcement of 6"ooo men, but the feafon is fo far advanced, that we hope the bad weather will put' an end to a tedious Campaign, which has brought fo much difgrace upon the King Arms. The Duke of Savoy arrived at Turin on the ayth paft. They talk very much of the Affairs of Coliffi, and the great advantages we are like to receive from the feizing of Leige and fo many other places.and 'tis generally concluded that the raft fumms of money we have given for them, could never ,be better be-ftowed. Hague, Dec. 1. The States of Holland met extraordinarily this day, upon the affairs of Cokgn and Liege^ but we don't know what refolutions they have taken thereupon. The French defign to haw idcoo men in Liege, whereby Maefiricht will be in a manner inverted ; but' tis faid the Governours of Buy and Dj-nant refufe en receive the French Troops into thofe places, withoutthe confentofthe Chapter oiLiegt, which has protefted againft the proceedings of their Prince, and written to the Emperor, the King of England, and the States about it. Tho the French Troops in the places ofthe Elecrorof Cologn, ate called ihe Troops of the Circle of Burgundy, their Commanders ufe the French ftyle with the Inhabitants, and pretend that the Will of their King ought to be the only Law, whereby they mould govern themfelves. They talk of fortifying Liege. They wpke Horn the North, that the King of Srp/dtn his re-
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