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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 17, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorital Account, &e; From Saturday January, 17, toXtttfOap January ?o, t7pa. /rw* fir fiW Quarters of Prince Eugene of Savoy *r Luzara ��*r Guaftala, January 8. r "^He detachment of Horfe and Foot mentioned in our laftmarch'd dire&ly to Her* zelh and took golTeifion of that Forrreii on trie dch tnftant. The Duke of Mtdena, �whom it belongs, refilled as long is ever he could to admit the Imperial Troops thereinto, but Prince Eugene h.?vjng threatned to put his Country under Contrition, that Prince has thought it his inreiert to give up that place, which being fituated on the Po, on the confines of the Mtdmeie, Mantmn, Parmezan and Crtmenuu, will prove very advantageous for the farther execution of our deligns.Prince Eugene or Savof having viewed the Fortifications of that place, fent an Officer to the Duke of Parma, to defire him to give Winter quarters in his' Country to parr of the Imperial Force*, but that Prince has excufed himfelf and declared, that being a Vaffal of the Holy See, he could not confent to what was delired of him withouc the Confent of the Pope. Prince Eugene being notfatis-lied u-ith this tnftrer, has ordered a- detachment of Horfe and Foot under the Command of the young Prince aEPsudamnt to take Winter quarters in the Dutchy of Parma, and'tis thought they will take poiTeulm of the Capital City. General Vaufoitne is marching with a confiderable detachment through the Dutchies of Parma and Placsntia, towards the Tor'tu:zt and Attexandrim, toprevenr,as 'tis faid,the conjunction of the Reinforcement* the Maiefchal of Vdlero* expeds from Pr**ce with their main Army, which continues in the Cremciuze, the fwelling or* fhe Pt having hindered their fending any Troops on this i:Je to oppofe out defigns. The French Gar-rifon in Mantua being in great ftrefs for Fornge.fent fome days ago a detachment of 500 Horfe and as many Foot towards Marmiroli to endeavour to get fome Provtfions and Forrage, but 60 Cuiraftfers of Obelli fell upon them with fuch fury, that the E-nenry was put in conf u on and retired into Mautaa, having hid jo Men wounded, according to the report of fome deferterj, but we do not know what number they loft upon the fpot. Thofe deferterr tell us alfo, that the confufion was very great in Mantua, and that' the whole Garrifon, Horfe and Foot was drawn up, being afraid that their Men were purfued by a great body of the Germans. Tis Taid that the Duke of Mantua has offered fome pro-pofals for delivering np his Capital City, and that Count Thefit who Commands therein confines to it, for preferring that Garrifon and that of Gtito, which muft needs be obliged to furrender in a fliart time Prifontes of War, it being irapoffible far the French tm relievetbem. They continue to fay that Prince Eugent intends to fend a detachment to Nafles, but the rainy weather makes the Roads in a manner unpayable. Our Convoys from Tirol by the Lake it la Guarda, �nd the Mige being altogether undiflurbed, we have plenty of Provifioru in our quarters. Vcnice, January !}. Our Lertws from Vtrta* fay, that looo t�J*rs aje ram-hed by rh?t pbee for the Imperial Army in the Mtra*m, and that their Offion lvcx kept them under fo C-verc a difdplinc, thn taty have committed no manner of diforder. The Htnxans hare taken Winter Qu'rtni in the Dutchy of Parma, not-wiihftanding the Protdbrion ofthepuke of that name, who pretended at a Vaflal of the I'ope to hi exempted from the fame. The French are very mtich diilarisnvd w ith the Duke of Modeea, for delve ing up BenAh to the I roptrialifts.and threaten him with a feme vengeance > but fecvif; the) would htvc the Emperor to be fanihsd ^i�j>theema&aofahe Daft* of tfam**, tacyccgnc^iaVaa*, tab* consented witfi the excuferof the IWte of AWtwrj- wbofe cSfefc exaAly the fame. The Senate conrimra to give tllneoef&ry enfen for providing our place* to Terr* Firm*, and intend �-t0.1aWC�! 6007 of 20000 man in the Field for protecting their Subject* ;'
but hif Ambafl'ador at Ktnu it ordered to declare to hit Holineit, that the Emperor *ill receive no manner of propoftla from him. Hague, January 17. The Refolutions of the Parliament of England, have caufed an Unfpeakable Joy in this Country, and the iyliniAers of Foreign Princes haveimfent Exprefles to their refpedive Mailers about it. This gives a new Life to the Negotiations that are on b'oo^,agjJ 'cis not doubted but that the whole aaWbe Boay^mpire will. now dome into the Grand Alliance. The Sieur Uarre, Secretary of th� French Embafly, left hert by Count
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