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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 1, 1802, London, Middlesex mm ;FXnd the Hiflorickl Account, &c. �r6M 1tt)tttft.ap January i C to 5>&Cttr&apJkit&rjr i 70 a. Vienna, December 18. :axiWednefdajto. the Magistrates, We expect, here feve-ral Dutch BatalJions, and we hear'the'y are to joya .with the Brandenfargbert, and make fciBody of abiotic 30000. men. � 'Tis faid the lading;! of'*he, French Boats ftopr ot DuJJeUorp is worth tocOdo Rjx Dollars1, aad amongft tha Counterband Goody,, .there; war* 600 Anchors for making Bridges over the The Ele&or of Cokgn did sot think fit to cattle hither asufual, upon the folemnity of the, Epiphany or la days, which was celebrated with great Pomp �nd Ceremony. Hague, January 6. The Memorial delivered by the Secretary of bur EmbalTy to the French Court a-boutthe Sax. van Ghent has been made publick, and contains nothing but what we have told you in cur former, w*. thatth* Fort raifed by.the French, was to be coniidered as Batteries to attack the Sax., which was not only contrary to the. 58th Article of the Treaty oiMunfier, but repugnant, to reafon, feif�fe-curity, and the common ufage of -. Saveraigns.That after having ia vain made feveral Representations a-gainft it, theyhad:thought fit to hinder, it bj forte, and that they wait look upon'as a RUpwrc,the Bombardment of SAftojthey have been threataed with by a FrendrOfficeV, and oppole Force by Force. They have publifhed aifothe anfwer of the Mar quels of iN-Exprefs arrived here yefterday from '. U(�Ix* with an account of the fettling o� TJtheWinder quarters, which are extended -intotheCounfcries ofMrrandola and Modena, k, the. Head Qaar ters- of Vance Eugene being f � ftpBoit&eftfr}i>rt -1he Pi,:- fume miles below Btrftfirte. o, JPteyi weitelhatoProvifions begin tff.befofcarce in pt Aty*ftM& tliat cSe GarriJGari is, reduced to a ihort al-iJ^ftw'�nee� irul the: Inhabitants begin to fuffer very nwcn,and this has'occalloned a fort of contagionsDi-> temper, which fwecps away a great number of Peo-.,if>le,. Our Troops have ib^clofely blocked up that , -place, that' it's morally itnpoffiblethar they fliould re-, ..fieive any iiipplies, and therefore we hope to become , n mafters < hereof, before the beginning of the Spring. .T^fcre is, a..reporr^.that Monfieur Catinat is dead at , Criiumn, bur the ftme want* confirmation. Several .j.'Jlegimenfs are
�ri#^> bar, Dtttning matetial .has been tiranikcled ^i^XheiDq^Tes of Lithuania have demltd. rheKirtg ifiti&jM.-'J&Bliffi the Sandts *oiif*!an�;itinrj�t Houfe of Sapiebt may We decTaiedn nive folind agr�tiufl�ra ititispmitoder Sfbam.Some b3&ebeis�3�rrrbi Enemjet of theiE CraonttjCy fox baving^ bfTJ^TTOopy^ift 'njotionfi� theConniry otCehgn. -embraced the Protection of Sweden, and ^brought aog'T^ey^lwriteTrJC^'ir^ ^niEasflrfy iricb.tfiat.OBttrh^, but their demahcTs are noo V% to be made^VS^c^bf Sm^anid'rh^C hA nas tiotiried .frflifct;tbibej�rantedr} ftein^their inhumanities againft a (6 the S�^.wl^pwiKrii^dfeKiag"#$j|iihas-ap-r^t;FJrmlyv/t)iayl>e afuffidient excufcfoi therh, if 1..pointed him t1c; receive in his name-.ghe] ijomaga .-r-t^tb'e Jrue^\ti>aC,thfi^ohav* had- recotife,J aflift- from the Sfonifi tfetherlandt. The French a'reaug-r-V:znca.�f theSwwrtJ.The K. ofP-eWnj^has difrnrfledrhoft men ting their Troops about GiienCytM Brvgcr, under I.V.sdf Bisi3�w?j f Smtto&^fabi^iBbet bat ah Edic>, to permit the French Nobi-indefatigable Ensue is macctied further inxo'lMtuh' ^w^jr-it6tTftde Tpn^ded they don't fell any Goods i>iii*a� with.-* or: 3000 Hbrfir, :arid -bne of >his parti�s>'^R�iitil)- withbrirpIbfing their Title, nor ,any of iJs fell, uponol. TIk^s Jr^*^'a�jbeio^ belonging ;which Liberty lt/ti$ and Jeifledrioo of ;theta, having ll'oft6n^herri^R^rn*'now of noote^eing the French Nation have ,^;jld� only i& men,. . AH bur ad vices.from a-> *8tti* or no Trade at all. Mr Crtfcti Envoy of his '':MgYer^thar^'hiriaw^:"Maieftyif Teforved tbrrtardl' 'Majefty of QriotBritain to feveral Courts of Germany, .-, LairoStiy ,ta Vernor and Commander of_ajl the Forces that are quartered in this place, -wfich he nptified We hear his Majefty has been pleated" to appoint tbertight Honctrftfble the Earl of Mancbefltr, who has been Exraordinary Ambaflidor loVenice and Paris, Secretary of State, Oalhttrfiay morning there was a greit appearance of the Nobility at Kerr/ingtan, to iwife his:Majeffy a .ha^py nrw Year. lanl;-
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