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Post Man (Newspaper) - February 3, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From lEttcCftay February 3, to Xtyxttitoy February 5, 1702, Frankfort, February i. PRises Lewif of Baden continues itRaJlat ; but 'tis faivi his Highnefs is iutldcnly expeft-ed at Spin, to view the new Lines in the Palatinate, and give further dire�tions for continuing the dme. The Deputies of rSe Circle of the Upper Rhine are to meet ayain in a ihort time, ro come ro a final determination on the affairs of the preterit juncluie. The Imperial Coramiflaries continue to provide their Magazines with all neceflaries to enable their Troops to take the Field betimes. 'Tis cerrain, that the King of the Romans will command in Perfon the Grand Army on the Rhine, and they prepare the Caille of Dirmftst for his reception. The Mioifters of the Emperor have fo well fucceeded in their Negotiations in die Courts of the Empire, that we are rold from Ratisbonne, that the Dyet will certainly dechie a-gainft France. We hear from Mface, that lbme Regiments thac were ordered for Italy, are countermanded. Hague, February 7. Yefterday in the evening there was a Conference in the Houfe of the Swedij!? Ambaffador, between that Minifter, the Penfionary of Hi.Hand, tad Mr Stanhope, Envoy Extraordinary of the King of England, upon, as 'tis faid, a propo-fal raa^e ro t he King of Sweden, on the part of En-gftnd i \thlland, for a Body of loooomen of his iwft Tojpi. All out advices from the North fay, that the King of Poland has made over to the Emperor 8000 men, and that they hope that a fudden Peace wiil be concluded between the King of Sweden. An Expveis from Cologn has brought advice, that the French Troops are drawing together, within 6 miles of that City,and that they have made feveral Detachments out aiRhimberguenfieyferwdert and other Crarrifons to form an-Army -, but their morions are ib narrowly obl'erved by the Confederate Troops in thofe parts, thit we are not affraid of any. fur-prize, Notwichflaodirig the report we have had feme time. fince,,;that.the Ele&or of Cologn is diiTa-tisfied with the French, and would fain get rid of'em, we hear rhet he has ordered the Inhabitants of Bonn to provide themfelves With Provifions for a year, and fuch as are not able to do it are ordered to depart *h�, place. The PopejNuntio at Cologn makes prefling inftinces for the Liberty of the Baron of Mean, Great Dean of Liege, but the Eleftor of Cologn excufeshimfelf on the,French, jnd the latter pretend that he is in the power of the King of Spain, and i?y.thofe avaiionSj the. Dean is like to tCyntinue, a great while in the Qaftle of Naww. Our Letters from Germany fpeak fo confidently of a Negotiation between the Emperor and the Eleftor of Bavaria, |hat certainly there is ibme ground for it ; fome; advices fay, that his Eleiloral Highnefs has received intimation, that the-King of Spain has promiled the Government of the Spanijh Netherlands to the Duke du Maine, and that this has prevailed with him to quit the Intersil pfafwhlels CoUrr, whofe promifes are never to be relied upon. Whatever it is, 'tis certain, that the Troops of that Piince are in motian, and that the Court of Vienna Teems to take no umbrage thereat, t he news r.'ie French-have published ofthe arrival t>fche Silicons at Placentia preves jfrouncJlefs ; but 'tis obferved, that they do frdnl time to time fpread fush- reports, b
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