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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 28, 1802, London, Middlesex from &amtfjay,.March co Jgttgfogp.Match 17b*. tt���f, ApriJ 7. that fervice, and it to be reinforced by the AuxiuV wes of feveipl Prince?, and to prevent any difput* THe Memorial delivered by the FionchRe- about command, that Prince has received an Iut-fident on the 31ft paft mentioned in our, petial Commifilon of GeneiaHflimo of all the former, being made publick, and com- Forces that ate to ��t on the blether Rhine, and General, muntcated to the Minifters-of our Allies, Dopfi and Count Tilly are to fetye under hirn-; Counc Go^^nvoy extraordinary of the as /Lieutenant Generals. The Earl of-, tdarlsbowgb Emperor, has prefented the following Memorial to has bad federal conferences with the Deputies of (he rijeirHigh Mightineffes. States, and concluded a Treaty to confirm all the Alliances bet ween England and Holland. He has alfo'r The Memorial of the Imperial Envoy to the Stater. conferred with the Swedijb Ambaffador about jopdor * Men, which England and the States have -deftred of MyLordt, _ * * been pleated to give to the Emperor his Mafter, memory of his late Majefty of Great Britain, that 'tis "their trufty Ally, of the Memorial of the French believed he will be commanded away. The tares-' ReKdent, prefented on the 3 ill pair. I: would be Deputies of the States who were fent to the Army *fuperfluous to^tire your Lordmips with a ufdefs re- are returned hither, and report thac they found thei * capitulation of the contents thereof, and he will not Troops in a very good condition. The rime given 'take upon him to offer fuch reflexions as maybe to the Elector of Qologn to declare himfelf expiring .' made upon it. They have doubtlefs Conceived a to morrow, we may expect to hear of fomfi enterprise ' long time fince a juft indignation for the continual by our next Letters , the Troops being ready to 'reproaches and "upbraidings Prance cafbapen them enter upon Action. There is an Army about Zanttn * for frer good Offices.to them, and the little gratitude not far from ZPe/W of 30000 men.befidfesthe Body de� ' fhe pretends your Lordftiips have Ihewn by their figned againft Keyfervaert,, The-Kingof Prujia was to 1 former Conduces H Die had erected your Republic!:, fet out from Berlin on Wednesday laft, and is expected * and that Divine Providence, and the valour of your on Tuejiaj at Wefcl, where his Brother Prince Albert ar-'Aneeftors had contributed nothing to it. Thofe rived the 4th inftant. The Prjncefi Dowager of Fritz-'Upbraidings and Menaces cannot but be extream- /Wand tncyosmg Prince her Son,.. Sradcholdex oi *!y fefrfibletoaSoveraigB.Independent and Powerful Grmmguen and Medand, are arrived, here from Utrecht. * State,as that of your Lprdftupsjand that injurious flat- The Affairs of Wolfimbuttel Continue in the fame co�� * teryiR-d�re makes ufe of in that Memorial, when (he dition as by our former, but as there are two Mini- * reprefents them as ihoreMafters in their Dominions, fters from Hannover and Zell at Brttnfvick, there is no 1 than they were s fortnight ago, ?j a reflection on doubt of a fpeedy accommodation by the mediation "their great Wifdom, and does no ways agree with of the King of Pruflia. The T�in of Artillery Shin-' the univerfal Grief, which is obfervable in all thefe ped off at Nimtghuen arrived on Saturday laft at Wefel, 4 Provinces, for the difmal change hinted.at in that under the Guard of 1000 Men. A great Council of 4 Memorial'To entertain yoer Lordfhips any longeron War was held at Dufeldorp, wherein they have taken * that fubjef},would be abufwg your Favour and Pati- the laft meafures for the operations of the Campaign. * ence, and the World woold fancy that I look to no The Camp of Rofetidael is now entirely formed, and ' purpofe, for new Arguments to animate them, iee- the Artillery designed for the fame is arrived there. * ing they ba*e a perfect knowledge of the prefent The Lord Cuts is fet out for England, but we do not ' ftatc of a'fEtixs, and of the aim of the fair words and heat that the day of the departure of the Earl of ' promifes conrained in that Memorial. The urfder- Marlebortugh is yet fixed. The laft norm has broke ' written Envoy is fo throughlyperfuaded of the ffea- through ieveral Dikes in NerthHolland.LttKrs from the ' dtnefs of your Lordihips, that he is allured that North fey, that the King of Sweden marches dire&ly ' they will fcorn thofe ofF?rs of France, and efpecially to Warfam, and that notwithftanding his march, they ' that offending or admitting an Am baflidor. He are in hopes of a fudden accommodation. ''' does therefore only reprefsnt to them.by order of his Fnm the Imperial Camp at Luzara,March 19. F.Eugetm 4 Mafter, that the two Months ftipul ited in the 3d being informed, that the Duke of Vandome is aflem- * Article of the Treaty of Alliance, are long ago ex- Ming his Eorces.either to attempt to beat our Troops * pired, that Prance improves that delay in augment- out of theParmefan and Placentino, or elfe to force our * ing her Troops in Italy, and reinforcing them on Lines on the OgUo, to relieve Mantva, all our Troops ' the Rhine, and the Neighbourhood of this Repub- are ordered to be ready to marcu by the firft warn-' lick, and that k is high time to come to an open d�- injj, and are fo difpofid, that wo may draw a good ' clarstion, to give by effectual operations a diverfion body together to oppofe the Enemy. Count Mercy, ' to the Forces of France. His Imperial Majefiy ex- "who was wounded in the affai* of Cremona, returned ^ hortjyoui Lorduvprto it withall poffible earned- from thence two days ago, and confirms the prepara-' neft, England Invites you to it; the Empire and fome tions of the Enemy, and that the reinforcements that ' other Potfers wait only to be affurod by Fafts of the are arrived from France confift of 18700 Foot and 'intention of yout Lordftups } the Intereft ot the 3oooHorfe. A Courrier is arrived from Pieaia with * GoodCaufe requires it.asd your own Subjefts, and new inftruftions for Prince Eugene, and the good ' thofe of all the Allies^ will be very glad to be unde- news that 15000 men are on their march to joyn us. 'ceived abouc the vain hopes France takes care to 1000 Men of the Garrifon of Mantua have attacked ' i'pread in ail the Courts of Europe, and chiefly in the 40 men of the Regiment of Lichtenjiein, who were ' United Provinces of this Republick. Hague, April j. polled in a Tower, undsr the Command of a Lieute- * 1701. nanr, wherein they made fo noble a defence for 3 The States have that Memorial under confideratioD, hours together, that the Enemy were forced to fee and 'tis not doubted but they will ruurn *s good an it on fire. The Officer and 37 men leaped out of a �fwer as Coont Goes could wilh tor, and ihe fams Window, and were taken Prifoners, having killed would have been effectually dona before hu$ rime, 15 of the Enemy, and wounded 30 befides aCollonel. bad not the. wogrrary Wind kept at_ Nime^heniht Count Th>Je was fo furprized with the bravery of Train of Artillery defignad f>i i^ASiegi ofKejfer- our men, that he fenc aCompliment hereupon toCounc vaert. Prince Nafaa Sa�"hr-nk continues about TrautnVtndorf, who flomnunds the Enperialiftl in th* B*&burg with the Army fW if hi bs eiDployed Lh Neighbourhoed
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