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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 26, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hifloricai Account, &(. From %fynitM? March 26, to ^atUt&a? March 28, Match ;r. THe Brandeitburgherthivs not only pofTeflei the Countries ofMiurs and Leitiivgen, belonging to the (ate. King of Great Ar� ; but the Minilters of the King of Frjjfia have alfo caufed the Seals to be affixed to Loo, Dierett, and other Seats of his late Ma-jefty, their Mafter claiming the Succeffion of that Prince. As his Will is nor yet opened, the Sntes have hot altogether approved of rhofe proceedings, and have fent a Guard to Loo and Dierenjo prevent any innovations, and keep thofe places for whom they are to belong. They wrire from Grave, that fbnw Perfons did in the night ftrike down the Arms of the late King of England, and fet up thole of the King of PruJJia, which proceeding was fo refented by the Governor, that he caufed a perfon to be taken up and committed for the &o$3; and having taken down the Arms of Pruffia, fet-up again thofe of the late King- 'Tis laid, the States bave fent an Exprefs to Berlin npon this affair. Letters front Hannover give us great hopes of a fudden accommodation of the affairs of Wolfembuttel, fe-jing Duke Rodtlph�r has defired that the Vice Chancellar of Zell would repair to Bnmfwiek, in order to a Negotiation. Duke Anthony &lritk continues very (riffb'jt as France is not in a condition to afllfr him, and' that the King of Denmark has all along diflike d his Alliances with the FrerichKing, he maft jjerds be obliged to disband his Troops, or part with them in favour of the Emperor and hisAHiwywhich is all that is dfllired of him to remove the caufe of jea-loaiy h?s new Levies have juftly given to his Neigh* bouts. The Duie of Zell was fo concerned, when he heard the Death of the lare King of England, that he fevooned away, and has been ill for feveral days. They write from Brujfelt, that Dtn JJjijro* AmbafTador of Spain is to return hither, to fecond the intrigues of the Minifrer oi France, and endeavour to gain time by ftam Conferences, as they d*d laft year; but norwithflanding the lofs the ^Confederacy has fuflained by the Death of that great Prince , the French and Spaniards will get nothing by their in-trigues,now that England and Holland have fo fully declared their retaliation, not only to maintain their Alliances, but alfo to take all further meafures that may be thought necejlaryfor reducing the power of France. We hear the Ear] of Marlborough is to have to morrow 3 Conference wick the Deputies of the Scares for Foreign Affairs, and People long to knew what new refolutions will be taken therein. His Excellency, a* Captain General of her Majefties Forces, has feat feveral orders to the Englifh Troops in thefe Provinces. Count Goes, Envoy extraordinary 0f the Emperor, has publickly declared, that the reinforcements his JVLfrer fends into Italy are fo far advanced, that Prince Eugene will be in a condition to carry on the War with fu
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