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   Post Man (Newspaper) - March 12, 1802, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 942. tititi ' And tfKHiflorical Account, .&(. From %iyaxtMV March 12; to ^atact^j^arch J4t H702, Drefden, March j J. AN Exprefi is arrived here from Warfare with orders to the 80o� Men that the King of Ptltmd fends tatheiErhperbrs, aflifhnce, to march with all peffibjefpecd for fr*/?, and tfiey :a re accordingly to break up from their quarters in very few? day*. That Exprefs brings advice thahisPeb/kl^^e^^Ttaiyei Ler> ters from the Czar of Mafuvy WKfi a particular account of the laft Engagement, between the Mufewitft .under the Command of General'&trr��� ' Uxelltt is arrived poft KStraslntrgh ,vrkh orders to draw up with all poflible fpeedy>a11 fac Forces he can to obfrrve the motions of the (Semfai}*, PrinceXww of B*Aj* has written to the Brrtperor*/ that the prefenDpoftore'iof affiirs requiring Jiis pre-' fence in rhefe pact's* ha- cannot go'to Henna, to aflitt1 in theXouncil of War, bur Count Styrvm, Velt-Marefchti of the imperial Troops, is gone poft thither. Oflr Letters from Co/ifw tell us, that all things'! are there in readinef* for action, and that ehffiJofti* lilies wijlbegin infew.days. ,�'�." - Hamburg, March 17. The new Levijf are-carried* cm in the Territories* afthe King of PruQlia jrith all imaginable fpeed, bis Majefty. having occafion fora1 , frealer namberof Troops-than ever, as long. as< th�J", VitiaEithtMni* COntinaei.Letttrs ftomPtfani tltf %' jrery moch aboDelh^publick affiiirs  cl| of any Troops, 'and prevent any {ti'r'^ifze. pe;fik wi"th much impatience oui'be*t_Let�rs frpm. Litiitatiia, to know the fliccefs of tbe l7sp^Utior^|| the Polet to the Kirig of Sweden, on whicaPeace, bf the continuation of the War f-ecns'fo depend. The Svtdtt are drawing together in Pomirantn'f and give our. that they will hinder the Saxm Tf oops; from, returning into Polahd."' They feem to Bave fome tfnj-btage of the Negotiations between ^fjie. pmjkfxi&. Fraffian' Cottiir,- who are not likely ;tbviuflfcr rthe Sieedet to carry their'designs againft tbe"' Kirigtif Poland the laft wttr^mity.. We-'heairjfrom'; Swij that lomeTroops of LmetAurgh and^wforjj5/ ara expefted in tfaofe parts, and that the 'Fonies^of 2�� and Hamtnertte AVih motion with -a-~Train of Artillery. 'The Troops of Hilftin are likewife ordered- : to! march. Oar Jaft advirt*  from Pr�sJ& fay, that the Svtdes are got inia FPfUis �  '-".u .1*. iii^u*^ Match -ai. Oar Troops continue Iheir marth tb their refpe&ive rendezvous, and the Engiifi will be for the tnoft part at Rtjtndael oetwein Bergien- ?t�m and Breda by the laueT end of this week, 'he Forces quartered in Z-mol, Devtnter. arid other places; are to* Rendezvous on the Mskerhide near mtghen, where there is a great Train of Artiflerjf ready to marc|i. The Generals are gone to their refpecHve^Cosaimands, and 'tis not doubted,'but the Forces of the States will attack the Dominions bf fjtoKjp^.asfoon as the time they have prefixed expires, whicit will beat the latter end of thisMontb .The French arein motion iatUnders andGUtId#landtbvit are nor in a condition to �8t offenfively as they ufed to do.Th�y are alfo very bufy in theEleabrsteof Cohgn, becaafe the delay given to that Eleftdf expires on the 4th of the next Month, fo that the_ Hoftilities muft begin about that time, nnlefs his Eletjpral Jriighrtefs fends back the-'prerended Troops of the Circle of Burgundy, which is not to be expe&ed. The news of the decifion of the differences between the EleCtor   Palatine, and the Dutchel's. Do�i�ger of Orleans,   has caufed a great )oy in the'Qftilt Palatine, where Te Deumhas been fungon that occa-fibn..' The Elector according to the Popes'decifion is to pay 300000 Reman Crowns to the Dutchefs of Orleanr,fer all her pretentions, but as, it islikewifb ordered.rhat all the furrrms that Princefs has received both before and fince the Peace of Re/jw'rfc flia.Il be deduced, it will appear that {he has received a great deal more than her due. There is nothing new from Coltgn nor German], etcept that the Troops the "Emperor has Negotiated with feveral Princes^ are all on theirmarch for kheRhine and Jtalf and thatS Regi-m�.nfs of Hutfart are fliortly etpeSed at PMijpmg. Ian-   

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