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   Post Man (Newspaper) - June 20, 1802, London, Middlesex                                ,> -it...1 And the Historical AccoMnt, Frorti ^atOfBaf June 20, to Ca&gv, June i�. ,His mp.rnlng an Exprefs arrived hero with tjEip ,welcome News of the fiiv rendring of Keyferwaert, and that immediate]^ after the. iigning of the a Capitulation, one of the Gates was delivered ap to the AJlies. The Garrifbn was to march out "this morning. The Fort ificaripns of that place are entirely tp be razed down, hy one- of the Articles ef the Capitulation, j ,'(at- -rh* Pren^S having notice, thit the Allies had refijlved to do it, nay� infifted on that point; .tOi make the, Wqrld(believe that they themfelves have obliged the Allies' to demolifh ,a. Portrefs which * has ,co{l then*, fo-jnuch time to fake. 'Tis cer^m'that the Forufeajapns of all Other places belonging to tliis Electorate will be iikewife razed down, because they are of ^0 L manner or defence far the Empire, but rather very prejudicial, for whenever the French d^fign tq invade.�J/Wf1' Neighbours on this, fide, thei aeviet. �aiL tp' Bfity-our Electors to their totereit Thus ia the year 1671. when the French King attacked'Hallmd, he took, care to puc his Forces' into all the Fo^fijaed: places of this Ete&orate, as he hasdone at.tbWun?. aad the then EleSor coloured the receiving of them with the; fame fpecious pretences, as his prefent Ele&oral Highoefs has alledged, vix,. for preserving his Ek&orate, and that it might not become the fiat of the War. That Prince begins to be very uneafie in Bnm, (or Mon-fieur Mmtrcvel and Prince Tilly had perfwaded him, that if the Allies attacked him, the Duke  i|rejighjEnfd that they �hre not (lir beyond the retch pf theiCan non of their Ramparts. Monfiear Otdnat ^t dewing the French Forces together about-//#i��^�,. and deffgns to.pafs the to give a dlvefuput'o the Imperial Troops. Our Jaft ajdvices. from,'Rftfskome f*fc that the Minifter of'the EleQor of 'Bavaria makes greaf complaints there; of the procectKiigs of the Emperor againft the ElecTror. dfCehgt, and pretends that feeing the admitting of theDutchTroops iiirb fte places of the Ele&ot Palatines not cofcftjfiied at JTeww, as an aft contrary io the Tranquility pf tbe>Smpire, the admitting of the French Troops into the places of (he Rle&or of Coltgn, ought not to be looked upon as a crime.; thoaW the World.is4 fenfible .that there' is a ghat difference in the cafe,; and "tfiat'the J!m* pire has nothing to fear from :theT>tt?fch. The'E-HStot of B4vm� (poke very big upon the firft news, of the Siege of Keyfimaert, but feeing he has had that command upon lumfdf as to forbear his re* ftntmeat during rhp Siege of unat place, it ismdt likely now that the fame is taken, he will inv-adtf the Durcby erf iJevhur^h, as he rhreatned to do fome weeks ago- Several Regiments df the Confederate Troops are arrived this day at Mitlheim, and 'tis tboughr they will pafs the Khm% to obferve the detachment the French intend fend to joyp � Monfieur Catintt ia Jlfoce. 1 fafltrdm, June 19. Oar AdmiiaHyiHasorie.rtd fevieral Frigots, from to 40 Guns, to be fitted pft with, allfpeffd, to cruize uppttth? French Privit�e^�, who �r?ljk.e tp ^e> v�,ry wtrnfioju ,thii .'yeaf*jjiie FrencE Jung havmg. no con&4er#Wl�. fike^aciSiit. They begin to|e tiouWefpm00 ;tnsfiosfi^ bW have: ciade.few,Pr�?*S w* JfflpWrlo^ Iftesmaiw of the Smedtft. TircjOff'jiii^.fa^maJys ;0� MtfX-cHants very uneafy, for 'tis likttyt>Oi1t&ti m]}-**' t�KUpt Pm^ikifoqji qp*ntv|?i� of Corn as ufuaJ, which would; tW Vftfy prefadicjc al to ^is Cquntiy a ofpecially, feeing on? Xftde with �Giuriau4 and.ifvp**: qaiw *t * ftand by Mar jfon'pf that fatal ^Wjir. Our Letters from Mtta* faj?, that, they mal^e feveral Fortifications tt> that place^ �i�lifceV$; atij^i�> and that; rJiehtgQ Worfet marjkr .edj pqt jn the Jarter, feem a ftrong indie *tiion, that $Tto,Spitdei &q not de/ign to reftore:thatpJ|te. They write Trom Damxitk, that the King of Svtden is likely xo; fiietc with a greater oppofitioa in Pelmtd thari' he eJcpeiSed, and that the Polifk Grandees do in general (declatefoi their Prince; and that after-having done their utmoft'to- procure s reconciliation b^cweeri theiri King and his Swedifb. Majefty, and given undeniable proofs of tbeix fincer� intentions to cultivate a good cprrtfppndence with Sptden, which they had fo vifjbly demonftrated, in refufingta joys with their King far Conqaerag at a time they were in a manner fare of the fuccefs of it, the tohdet being engaged ih\the affiirs pf Hit* fteiu, Nm� befteged by the hiuftwitf},.:Rifg blocked up, GeneraT^% giving grona^ before the Saxnt, and die SwedifhFarces Eparated^. they^reieloiv'ei to repel force by force, and hoe toFntfisr Laws to be inapofedupop them, as if they were, a Conquered people.' They write, that the King ofPOond intend* tp tummpn the Polijh NobQity.io appaar on Horfe-baCk at Cr�c�m for the defence of their Country; buc fibtwirhffanding thefe preparations they feem �ifl in hopes, that tha King of Sweden will call to mind what happened to has Grand-Fathet; who after having Conquered the befr part pf'Poi�ri/, and even-tin, was forced to forfake all his Coaqxiefb by th> defedibn of the files, and the declaration of the Dunes againft him. The J ooop men me Confederate* have agreed for with the Houfe of L^ninbur^ will join our Army before the latter end of this monthV and there is no doubt but that our Forces will then befuperior to rhe'French, who having fpenttono purpofe the time and oppprtflai^.rhVS(iege df^jf-JirvMerf gave them to undertake fome*hing agamft as, are not likely to do any thihg ihis Campaign, and will be obliged to ftaad Otf the'defeafive.Jarid ' endeavour to c�ver their own Country. TheDepu-ties of the Spomjb Frontiers and thpfe^pf out own-have made a great ptogrefs for fetding the Cbnfri-Butions; but as f he Spanilh Provinces are more o-. pen than ours, they infill on greater furnms on oui fide, and talk no lefs than of a .Milli�ias oFFIorins, �etteVsfromlto�5(W3j; continue to talk of a Negotiation between feveral Princes for reftotifigthe PeaCt of the North, arid (hat the fattte) i� fn a great for* wardnefs, butthey do not pretend ttfteilns any par* ticufaftofit. 'tis (aid the King otfrt]fc, whpis fnddenry exped;ed at the Hague, will Ukewife come hither,but'tis riot yet known whjether'or no he witf be iamgniso, so avoidjthe fatigues of publick Cercmo. nies. F�lm�utht June .1,8'. On the 15th the Expeditiek Packet Boat (ailed hence with a Mail for Usim, and, yeflttday awive.dh�re the Rif*i Eutft cKlmdm oftya Tons   

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