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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 6, 1801, London, Middlesex From ^afUtDS? December 6, to December CttgtPag;0,g, 1701. 1. ! 11 1 ---;----M^--^m* catift they. take weekly out of the Mint iooyooa Venice, December 3. Crowns for the Kinfs i ufe, without any regard to the true owners of it, which compleab the ruin of THe Imperial Army continues partly' on ourCredit. .... the Frontiers of the Country of Breftia, The Campaign is not over in Italy, as we pattered and partly in the Mantuan, but they are owfelves, for Xetteis &om thence of the s$inftant preparing for fome expedicion. We hear fay, that the Gtrmans have taken the Caftie of Canett, from JPJyww/rhat 1500 Datut are marched and that the Gajnion fconfiiiing of 410 men, was ob- for che Mincio, to reinforce a Detachment of Prince Jiged tofurrender Prifoners at War. Prince Eugene Eugene's Arroy,which-is to be employed in theSiege of has lent, the Prince .of Cnrnem with roooo men. to Goito.Tha Fortifications of that place being but indiffe- befiege Gntt, which is looked upon as loft, becaufi rfrnt.Yis believed the Garrifon will not hold out 8 days we cannot relieve it. Count Tefe and the Sieur dt after the opening of rhe. Trendies. They writc from Zurlaube are in Mantsta,.with J Batalhons and j Squa- Brefcia, that a patty of the Germans being fent over drons of Horfe and. Dragoons, tor fecuring that im- the 02/(8, met on the j4th paft about Pizigbitene a portant place, whichihe,Gem�� defign tf(block up, ftrong French Parry, with whom they had a hard being informed, as they give it out mtheir Camp, encounter, but the French were obliged to retire, fiat the Maga*in� are not able, tofubfiir rhe Garri- . leaving ;oo men killed on the fpot, 71? Prifoners, Ion for any confideiablc umcAnOtherdetachment of SoHorfes and 66 Oxen. The Imperiaiifts had do the Germans is marching towards Gamba, to ferze a men killed and z$ wounded. We hear from Rome, Bridge we have there on the q�/�o> and cutoff there- that the Pope has appointed 3 extraordinary Nanrio's by the communication of our Army with Gritt and to the Courts of Vienna, France and Madrid. Count Mantua. Our head Quarters wa* when the Exprefs tTEjlrett arrived at Naples on rhe i8ch pal>, with 8 mes Came away at St Remdt Jacmrnw theRiverOe/wMw; of War 2 Firefliiis and feveral Frigots.with 768 Spanijh in order to cover Botoh, which Prince Eugenefeems and aoooTrcich Soldiers. There isfucft a uiilatis- refolved to attack. SaveraJ Officers of our Army ha- faaion in that Kingdom, that the Spaniards have rea- vmgleft their Commands without leaver are taken fon r ndrt� Money will be againft the Life of the King of England^- had made fcs fpated to prevent the Dyltirom declaring againft us. efcape out of that Prifon, and that great featch was The Imperiaiifts flatter thtmlelves, that-the Eledpr jriadi after him ; but this it feems was but a ihew.for of Bavaria will efpoufc the fcmperors Intereft, that we hear now that fee is to taife a Regiment of Dra- Prince making great offers unto him ; but 'they feem goons in Italy for the fervice of France and Spain, and here confident, that the fcmperorcan give nothing that this Court intends to Confer fome other favours that may counterbalance what has been promifed to upon him, b newpropofals for prefcrving the Peace, and fend Kcjfatm, &� The Germans contmue their Lines back Count *? jtwux or Monficur dt CmUltre. Ha in the Palatinate, but there has happened an Adion added.that the moft Chtiftian King had already made which may occafion a Rupture on that fide. Some fo many fteps for the Peace.that the Dutch not having French Spies being advanced in the night with in made ufe of'em, he was refolved to expeft chat Musket &ot of the Lines, and refuting to anfwer England and Holland mould make fome offers, doubt- the Centry, who asked who they were.tfae latter firei ing not in the leaft,-bur >rbey fhould be compelled and kill d one of em. The Grjard coming out to it. The Sieur Bam, Secretary of the Embaffy, at the fame time fired upon the others, and kill d a- who was left in tblland by Count �4vau* is ordered nother. The Governour at Landau being informed to declare the fame rhinsj to rhe Penfionary and o- of that Aftion, fent out the next day a ftrong Partyf. ^ ther Minifters ; which is a confirmation.tbat the War who fell upon the advanced Guards of th^Gerwam, is unavoidable. The reform of out Coyn goes on and carried them away Prifoners. The Governour with all poifible fped, and 'tis laid they have already of Coblmts having notice that the French were fend- reformed in'this City ^ millions of Livers, but ing about 7o.Boats loaded with Ammunition to Bmn> Money for 3H thv zmimmef ( be varr fcar*. be- wrains from W* *T other places, he ordered the fam*
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