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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 29, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftoncai Account, &c. From Xtrttttddv January *9 to s&amt&iSp January 51, 5702. Tefterdaj came in two Flanders blai'.s, fol liming /Jdvicv. fauna, January t 8. THe S'ltutSchuiikenbug formerly ViceBalia of Baia, who was taken P'ii'oner, alien that place was conquered by the I m per id I ids, and lomerime after embraced theChriftian Religion, has obtained a Commiffion to Troops on theFroncifrs of Courland, an.i ins rein raifea RegimentofHuiTuS,and ibme other Lords h ave forced thofe that he lefc in Lithuania, to i ^.OcO m_-n> propofedto do the like. Our Letrers from Warfato and CollonelHimmergerlen, who Commands at kauen, i\y� that the Negotiation of Count Sti-attman our Am- is making there a great Magazine for the iijbnlUi ce in very good order, but left 6 pieces of IronCai -nen behind them with fome Baggage. They htfd sooo men killed and womded, bat the lols of rhe Muscovites is computed^s?oo m-n, beiides (onu- Pri-iontrs, amon^ft whom is a Collorel, Tkj~> rf" s has obliged the Neighbouring Swedijh GuVemoii�'s to fend the regu'ated Troops that way fo repuffe tne Enemy. The King of Sveeden, acconfinu ia CRT laft advices, was fettling the Winter punters of his b'aiTador with the King of Poland, tor 8000 Men of his Troops, is as good as concluded, and we hear 8000 Brandenburghen are on their march to reinforce Prince Eugene in Italy. The States of the Lover An Jhrta continue their Conferences, and 'tis not doubted but they will grant the Supplies defired of them. They continue to taJk of a great Council of War, and that Prince Eugene of Savoy, and Prince Levoii �f Baden ate expeSedco affift therein, but the prefenca of thofeGeneralsfeemslo neceflary ialtaly and on rhe Rhine in the piefent Conjun&ure, that 'tis thought they will not take that Journey. Venice, January �o. Our Letters from Vsrma fay, of the Swedes. The Secrerary of Prince Sapieha, who attended the King of Sweden in his expedition into Lithuania, has done his utmoft to perlwade his Srpedijh Majefty to quarter his whole Army in that Country j but that Prince has not thought; fit tofejuii Courland. They write from Sweden, th�t a new rein-' forcement of Horfe and Foot is to be fent from thence t6 Libou, which, makes People fear, that there, is- no likelihood of Peace on that fide. Our Jaft advices from Warfa� told us, that the differences between the Nobility of Lithuania arid the. H^uie of Sapieha were adjiifted ; but frefher advices ho.n Dantzitk fay, that tho the Mediators ippointea^ by that Pnace Etigene of Savoy has polled 600 Foor, 200 the* King of Poland, had agreed upori. a p'rbjeS 0/411 Horfe with 1 o Hujfars aiDojfo and Spinofa, and 1400 accommodation, it was generally believed that the Foot, 300 Hork and Dragoons, with the like number of Hujjars ic Garze-dile, Marmirolo, Buliono and Pon-teMa lam, whereby theGarrifon of Mantua is fo dole-ly'blocked up, that they dare not to appear abroad, and their Communication with Goito it entirely cut off The Germans talk very confidently, that the Duke of Mantua Jnall be obliged to fur render that Sapieka's l�ould not iubmit to the fame. Btrlin, January 14. The King �f Poland fends fretjrtent Expreffes to.rhis Court, and by all the accounts we hive from PVarfaw, that Prince finds him-felf in great difficulties; His Majefty fent 1 Repri-fentarion to the Dyer, importing, That relying altogether on the Fidelity of his Subjects, and the afiu- place in a very fhbrt time, for rhe Garrifon and In- ranees given him by the Palatinates.he had fent home habitants begirj-tofnffcr very much for wan: of Pro- his Saxon Troops,to remove all occafion ofjealoufie ; vUions-and Fuel* The-French having finifhed their but that his Majefty had teafon to be furprizad, that Bridge at Crnruma, have lent great detachments over the Dyer fhould appear fo much unconcerned, wh�n the' P�, which have obliged General Vaubonne, who he was threatned with no lefs than. Derhrbnacion by wis'in thofc parts with ga}Mjrng.th^ prtKeftations of the Duke of Parma, wfiajratended that:his Country being a.Fief of the Chgrcj}, ^he^w35.-0-^ exempted from giving Quar-ter%Fo the ImperfeUfts.: Tliev write from Rows, that IheaPgpq hasapfojrtred * Congregation of Cardinals to Gjjile; tbecet-embtviale of the teception ofrheKing of Spain, who intendsto go thro that Ciry for Naples, Throne, cortcluding.that they cannot grant the Ljr ansfctHat the Mafter of the Ceremonies is ordered to Supply defired of them, and that the Counfrcy peo Jay .bitore them.'-ala account of the Ceremonies whyj�..-were obfcfwed pn the like occafion, when Charf$r:$\e yth wj^j'. koine. Hanjbwg, January .Zy*. Letters from Riga of the -idrjj ir}!lanr. talfe'^t'ia llluody tencouriter between 4000^. "Mufctvites " and- � 8oco Swede: , -confining for the moft pan of th* Militia of the Country, which happened neir [)i.-fo Tiiey re!i us, that rhe SiBTaTrfought witTTtheir ufual b-avery ; but being overpowered isy tb� great number of their Ene- ple being over burthened with Taxes, quit their Habitations.and Lift them/elves under othei Princes, being deprived of all other means of fubliftance. However,theS�Ka�Officers raife fheir newLevies with great fuccefs, arid a gteat fumm of Money has been Negotiated at Leipdck for that Service. The con-fufion of the Affam ol Poland is fo great, that'tis confirmed that moft of 'the Senators have removed their beft effects to Dantzick, and there is a repoit th\t Chancellor Bcuc'a'ing is arrive.! at Rnflau in Silrji* mies, they were forced to terire, which drey did with moft of the Jewels of his Pohih Majefty: The Qu
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