Tuesday, December 13, 1701

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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 13, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Historical Account, &c. From ^aturbapDecember 13, to Xttef Dag December 16, 170*. Pin/m, Decern. 10. T E hear, from Row* that Ctrdinal Grintani having declared to the Pope, that the Emperor would receive ho extraordinary Nuncio in bis Coiirtjeft his Alliesfhould frow jealous of a private Negotiation , as the tench had already fpread, abroad, bis Holi-neft has fufpended bis refolutlen of fending fuch Nuncio's to the Courts of Eraittt . and Ma-, drid. The AmbaiTa.dor of the Emperor has notified to the Jfcepublick the tilting ,ofC*�rto by the German, and that the Garrifon furrendered Prifoners of War. too French Souldiers that were thetein are lent to Trent, and 'he 149 men of the Militia of the Mmtuan to Caftilgtufre, to work on the Fortifications of that place. The Germanshave taken feveral Caftles wherein the French had nut Garrifbns, and feern refofved to attack Btzoh and Gotta it the fame time. The Dt-itijb Troops facely arrived from Germany have not yet joined Prince Comm/rcy. Thf City of Milan is in a great confternarion./kaving received orders to receive iome French Troops therein, and they are fending forae Deputies to Madrid to make reptefentation a-gainft it. Some Sfmijb Grandees that were impfay'd in the Army of thaMiUnuue, are recalled to upon fufpicion that they incline for the Emperor.They write from N#f/�,that they expet* feveral French Ba* callions, and that norwithftanding>the feverity of the Governour, they publifh every day Tome Pasquinades againft him* That Viceroy has taken 1 Millions from the Bank of the Anmmciata,vtbidi as 'tis faid has caufed fuch a run upon. % chat they were forced to fhutit up. Paris, Decern, ir. An Exprefs from Italy brings advice, that the Baron de Mtrcj having advanced with 600 men within a few miles of Mantua, Count Tbtfle detached the Sienr deZurltubt, with 800 Horfe and 400 Foot, who charged the Enemy with fb much vigour,ihat after a bloody refiftance they put then to flight, killing 206 upon the fpot.andjcok their Commander Friicmer; with fbme other confiderable Officers, but they do not tell us what lofi wefuffer'd o^i tha* ocoafton. Our Army is removed, to S. Gitan-n? \n Grace, rhe.better to cover Htt/>Ut againft the Gtr* hums, who defign'to' befiege it* JMonfieur Pffltny Went the r uh iftftant to Catalmagtim to order a BFtd-gtfto be laid!over'.the Pn.to be'io a condition to,par$ that ,A�v� and bbieryfettii Irrrr^alifts, in cafe they attempt to take Winter quarters inI toe ' JJutchies'ofifcimaahd R*Sfffol TheKing has ordered idtaughtof*abac men to be made out bftheMilitia*. to recant httiForfceffJri//^^,ibthafc we have loft:. rheJjke number :and of the Diike of �#�oy 3000 meni in this unfortunate Camp^igrlilbefKles what we are^ like to lofe;byj Mortality this.-Winter. An Exprefs is arrived beaefMnr-f?^wWrithadv�ce that the' Goyeraour, xr&ar*B.!,�i�; M*feftj' the Ksfitoi^faylie his Umdsi their Temtories, awl defite turn to'witb-draw bu Fc�e� from the fime, �. That fuch who have advifid the War \rith SrsetUn, and woe wirhi&MajeEfr befipeRfei, ihallbe proftcured for the lame. 3. That fuch wrjo without the knowledge of the Rcpoblick, have railed 'be fiardflied any Troopi againft SvnAm, ihali be declared HlfiSBtWl, ' f � � . 4. Trwt,tha�kiibaH be returned to hisM^t^. fee Ae.carehe hai taken toVfoiifying the Army of tte Crown, aid th�Vhi� Ma jeftr flail beat the fame time defiled to pay the Money" hehaiproHju'd, and to giv^ tasiSiSaoa tor the damage the Country las {uftained from h� Army. j. That., the -Envoyi and other Miniftm in Foreign Courti ftalf -give an account of their Commiftions, aod that the Kepublick fiaB not be at the charge of any Embaffiafent without her r^radparion. 6. That theGeneraiiihall forthwith disband the Troopi raii'4 without ^knowledgeofiaeBepublick. . 7. That hi> Majefty ftall be defired to pacify die Trouble! in t. TlattheSir^CciiricelJcnwirhtr^adherertfJ^ , 9. That alt publiskexercHb of Religion, exc^cme'RamanCaxrio-Udc, ftallbe prohibited. 10. that the IMhtummt fiall not be perrnittfedto aft in the Hou& ^theNuncio'�orDepntiei, till they hnve agreed rogether. 11.' That if the Saxm Troopi return into the Kingdom without the confest of the RcpublJcX, theGenerab lhall oppo'fe the fame with the Force* under their Command. 12. That hit Majefty ifcaU be defircd to mafce no Alliance with Foreign Prince, without the participation audconient of the RepaV' UckV and that ifbahaa .made any of that namter he (hail depart from theiaiKbya^Iirk^fa wrmng. . " . Ij. That tetotefardhanirt ft*r^'a�IlfeX�roft|a�edtn the General r^et, a�A�borpfthe War with&wrfw. 14. That if arry.&tinrrdiwenhfver^ the King otSn�bi>i Aey lhallbecrimiriarlyrproAcated,vif they nitre ddne aay thing comrary rathe intenrions of the. Republii, ~. is. That the -�undo j at Depwiea flail ddhaod to know, why. a'nd by whole otderthe SSeur Icriaukj Cotj Beatertp the Croro* hucongratulared thej E!eelfj� of ^^f^^iiff^-hMctati&not. .. (6,'That ruchDej^rrefWhttharenotpn^ea^api^ natttiB toll be obagedTado ft hy.an A3 in \�iapg,' 17. Thar they flail nor, approve io any joanner wharfoevsf the. Treaty of ' 18. That no Fongnen ihallbe oauralized or admirted into rh* ' Body of theNobOuy.  19. That the Befidennof Foaerga ftiSeet ftril be defced to remove from Warf^te. Lsndpn, December 16. The Eree; holders of the County of Sttftx have delivered a Paper of Advice* re> . their Members,too long to be incerteu here, de{trin|L them to bt hearty and vigorous in tlreir retoluttoas,

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