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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 11, 1802, London, Middlesex &x$ the Hiiteical Aceoiaet; ; i. FrQffiffiffi^^ 11-� to STttefoap April ,frm tkt He*4, Q&rier?ofi!ityt.Geiraata�t Luzara, r April g. 1 ' T yli.,.ir�t i 9 c__2 - __ 1 T r a . ' jpj', or rheFreaea jAj �v enc&mped along ^flL. * tfremfelves fo clofe,lthatf�veialP^|eS that have been, fent: to get-figns, :aVe returrjea without�.., . vent the execut on o� tbeir defigns, thai M^Mp- minds the, Con&deraFe Troop* 'SHK^EbtoS WJO j/^^iWittdiarfly wnwrs upon fc;~C$r njuchas' *&ifcriftr. On ^^SfiatfiS aumca�onof approach opines near&W*i-m*>*imxmtbvi bdidc�'�hat which haWatJflg^fetif-; flays leVer'al Kegfments from Hungary and theEnj- p^-e-i ^Tt^.Fjr^hg^ilJi^awIftj^ ago fncltjrq�
Q$~ ?^�M^:ffioaIii';ifnr s TJrheretiippri.tfee f^r;iron?9f,.yf^^,,i<'�rf ^nd*M�-r Ikes hayio^fiaken the a]arm(, audv.-the^ French Hodfr being ordered"tp martch- agaln,^, th^lQ, .-.the Doccol thought fi^'fo retur,n to their Gamp. An Officer, whoH was fent with fomeTrooMis to.lyujw who they werei Wf�^Vs^th"�i hinder the conjunaion of lw Wa? taken Prroner, and c�ri eif, aridt^en^foweQfjfotirmen they 5 Vfl^fflSmtcfmSchon J W�; laft, wd. * have met with.. However .feemg y�i /eem to have ' camped "^^^f^Ceneral D& inveftedl ' beep ignorant of it, and being unwillirig to be faf� the.next iayi;-, the pface: wJth.rhe.'Horfc, that was cantoned inth# neighbouring' Vftl>iS Prince arrived in th# Camp-about 11 of the Clock, ,andltottk�flaiiow.vJewg of the place witiPfeettefil D�^*,the Biron di tbydi and etherGfficctt.-3?beFrench firea fevetal iimesl upon them frbm tb$n, Batteries, and bis Highnefi t Pitted of ufinaany furprizej I fend.them back tax-you, being glad of this opportunity to oblige a MaV. 0/Honour as yon are. 'Iam, Sir, Your, &c ' ' TheEarl of Athlmt unt jirttgnan having received that anfwer, fen8r art Exprefs to the R-OTtiCouit, wheie it will caufe no ; ; 4,n,-r 0f hi- tifo. V Cannon Bali ha- fuirprizt, becauije theyexpe^ed Hoftilities befort thi* w/sm great dan^fPfto�^ prevented thebmt butthe ving *lmoft w�fBd �lcff ^�,pl.lX----nnfeafonable weatger; but it was notbelievedthatthe i Dutch and Engljlh Troops would pais for Auxiliaries to the Emperor.as they do at this^June.Their Qtapat -\RefenAuIls confiderably *ogmented,andwe hesrirop Brida, that the 1 Regiments of Horie of theTtQfl#� ; of the Princes of Friezland went on the;i4ib by? �nSt place for the fame Camp. Their great Artillery? w�j, �> likewiie fent 'to BergvtMfzotnx wnicb conjfirrns �ut!^ Tufpicions that the Dutch intend to begin the Wasss with the Siege or Bombardment of Asti&t* HklH> Marquis of Btdtndr and Prince ttlly ar,e, itjU there; to- oi apiece of the Sleeve of on* of his Footmen.wfio ftood behindthe Calafli. The ntttday fevtral Ba-talions arrived, and hkewife part of 6ur Artillery, and this evening the Trenches ajr�[to be opened. We have here about 18000 Foot, and 4' Regiments of Hqrfe and Dragoons, and expeft in * day or two 10000 rnen mejei 1 ' Hamburg, April; 18. The af&irs of Poland begin to have another afpeft. The Defeat of the Sstedts in �(e-veral ren counters by Vginski and the Lithuamm Army h c'orifirmed byLetters from Cow*^er|, and that they ^ ,^ ......v ,w,,.,,v,w;4w: have loft near a6*66 men in thofe action*, be/idssfe-, .give the neceflary orders fpr the deftace^f-tfcif im-v veral Pfifoners. 'Count JgbUnenvth, General of the portantplac'e^ and havereinforced the. Qgnftfon wirfc Crown, is'deadjt which is a favourable c�cumftanc.e fome Regiments.. Tb,e Company of Horfp Grenad�ers for his Pilifh StajeAyriwho maydifpofe of that impot- oi the French Kipgs Houlbold, and .the �i�/5�e*�r^ * �> � *�o
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