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   Post Man (Newspaper) - March 3, 1802, London, Middlesex                                UUtl v IP9 And the Hiftorical Acfcduttt, &c. From iCttrtlJa^ March 3, to ^Jarfbap March 5, j joi*  \ Grain ^ February tg. a Court^vr\feTeln.th�re ijfeas much, cunning,as even i'A that of Rom.  Our Letters from Sofia confirm, that the confufion in the affairs of that Kjn^om encreaf* Ui EiivdV W the Court of Rw�, his  to z prodigious degreevandI that the puWict credic i?--       .,(Vrw'rhl Reoubiick. with  is (Juite down, nocwiibftandinB all theeir>rrs of the ^atx^X^aS Mar- GoVernmenc to keep it up.   The Bank of the^-an ^^S/S IndiUi ciais\s quire (hut up, having nor been able to pay ^�Lfr   t^nT^toL   He neither Principal nor Intirei That wantaf-Mo-' ,* ' Y'^fiLfirf fifito where ney caufes fucii commotions, that the cornaT3n/Peo- ....... ^^J^bSSlKrchMti pie threaten to rife, in favour of the Emperor.; The ^^ct^pieSea'fctS'o the ..(tagh,��e^orn to^deftribute^ writes, moneft them, td prevent the effect* of their threats, till the reinforcements of Tftops rbejr expect ftbhi and Spam are arrived. The fending away dri board the French Meri of War commanded by Colin? tCEfhrtt, the Prince of/4 Riccia, Don BenedetoViliicherV the Baron of Saffoiet, and a Brothers of; the Itlu-itrious HohIc of Muaviva, has fncreafed the dilfa- Viceroy of Mektcv, and made fuch preulng infrances ttyainft ftnd^ag the fame tinder a French Convoy, tharthe Vrce^roy, who was of the fame mind, bad a favourable ipretence to refute to obey the orders that were llghirled unto him by Monfieur Qoetiogon, to whom- hjB writ a Letter, importing, that the effects on board the GalJebris belonging to Merchants, he could nstfeutJiave a great regard to the Petition thfactioa of the Nobility, who claiotit. as a natural they had prefenied unto him, ferrin^ forth the rear Priviledge to be tryed in thei* own (Xoiifttry and fons, why they defired that- the Fleet fhould rtot fail openly complain of the injtiftice done to chefS at this time, one of which was, that -his Squadron Npblemen, whom the Duke of Mt&ina Qtli dtfuni was not fu/ficient te.defend the Galleons in cafe they. to Sacrifice to his refentmemv-' Thc0uke.oi Sfeafai met with theFleef; the Ertgttlh andpatcbhad put to who futceeds that.fierce.man, defieis*o'take quite Sea co intercept them* of, which they bad an account another courfe^ and end!ayour re regno the Ndbi- by an Advice Boat, difpatcheiby the Council of the If ty by a gentle' aftd�afy^3averament, tilj tfie Kmg Indiet InSfaut. This news bis caiifed a great joy to of Spam arrives in, Perfon, who, 't� thought will OHr Meifihants, who. were afraid, that the French imbarkby the begiffeiog of if^rif at Barcelona. would baveleited that Treafure, upon the lpeclous " Hague, Atarch' 4. Since ' the arrival of >he Earl of pretence of borrowing the fame, and promifingto Mem*rU,?i\noe tfafatt Saarimk Commander in chief. of our Forcer* has-{ent orders to feveral Regiqiehts to march from their quartets to war iiMmegktH, and the Engineers in the fervic> of the Statesareprepao irigto go thither. In the Mean rime thi French con-r tinueto fortify� RbiuiiergUen *nd &yfer#eart with j an extraordinary diligence, for tho they cannot pretend to keep thofe places, yet they think they will gairi enough, if they can but put (hem into fueh a polture as to hold a regular Siege, for a fotrnight or three weeks. They talk hereof reinforcing the Troop* in Flanders,whi:h conftftnow only of 2} BataHionsj make0 The: DukYof "p�rw*'harh&o refufed to  in order td form an Army in thofe parts, to oblige repay ic with interelh Some Batallions from ~Prt ntence are landed in this Country, and; continue their march for the Milanexx with all poffible fpeed, the. Duke of Vatdmchaving fent directions to the French Minifter redding here, to ufe all imaginable care for haftning the march of the Troops, asfoori as they are landed. That Genera! is expe&ed to ntor* row or the next day at Cr^rmiia j frdm whence tbejr wrire, that the Garrifon is daily alarmed, by reafon :of the motions of the Gtrmattj, who feem to have fome great defign in view, by the preparations they admit the Germam into thac Capital City, becaufe it is 3 Fief of the Church, pretending that he cannot doit without giving offence to cne Pope; but P/�-eentia being a Fief of the Empire, .he Cannot alledge thit excufe ; and.we daily expect to hear, thit the young Prince of r*udemm has taken poffeffion thereof, notwithstanding the Duke of Parma has reinforced the Garrifon of the Cittadel, and provided the fame with all neceffiries, as if he would defend it ro the Jaft exrtemity. He has given the Command of the Troops thereinto his own Brother* The Iofs the Erench fuftained in Crtmma appears very great, for tho chey thought fit at fir ft to pub-Jifh, that they hid bur 4 or $00 men killed ; rhey own now, that they loft above 1500 men. They tell us that the SouldieK are very glad the Duke of Fmdw. is appointed ta Command them, but the French Troops which have ferved in half have received fo many affronts from the Gtrmjms, that we hear that Duk; made the fame declaration to the Frinfh King, as Monlitur IflUiroy had made, that is, that his Majefty 'cannot expeft any great fuccef* of hii Arms in thofe pates, unlcls moft of the Troops that ire there are recalled, and [others fenc in their ftead; The Duk* of Savoy is recruiting his Troops, hljr we do no: hsar t-ut he niikei; any new Levins. Tlaey rell us, that the Frtmh endeavour to mike a flew Treary wirh that Prince; to engage him tofehd iOpoo rpen 3gainfr the E-nperor, hut'tis whifpefed th�t rhar Treaty meets with (jre^t difficulties,and the the French to keep numerous Garrifons in Bruges-Ghent and o;her places on that fide. The Troop* of the King of Pruflia are for the moft part arrived in tira Dutchy of Cltvei, and Prince Albert tiredtriA, who is to Command the 5000 Men the King his Brother fends to the fervice of the Srates, is fhortly expected from Berlin. According to our Letters from thence, we may expeQ to hear of great alterations in that Court, and 'tis faid the Prefldent DaitkelMan will obtain his Liberty,and retire to his Country Seat. The Queen of PruJJi* will continue longer at Hannevtf than it Was at fitft defigned. Ilis Pruffim Majefty being informed. that the. Stvties feem refolved to keep the Durcby of Gtvrland, has given' out Com-miffions to raife federal new Regiments^ and declared that he will defend the ju(t right of the young Duke of that name,whb is his Nephew, and who being under Age ought not to fuffer the lofs of his State, for What Duke Ferdinand his Unkle has acted contrary id the irttereft of Isteien. This uhhappy Affair is likely to create great troubles in the North, not-wirhftanding the joint endeavours of the Emperot* England and Holland, to reltore Peace drt that fide. Count Giet Envoy Extraordinary of the Emjierorj has. received advice, that feveral Regiments of Horfii and Boot, are manning from the Empire into Jtalft and that part ot 'em are arrived On the Frontiers ox the Tyrol by this time. Lmimi, March J. Letters from ireidnd fay, that a Ship from kbmtfirrat in the tVifi Indies arrived there. l^aneh are vtxy much i�ba.raiF:d how ta^aa.1 wir,hW.��orcs, that Commodore WhitfioHt's Sgatfrdji *r-   

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