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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 14, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftbrical Account,,
rjt,V msutV of the Mf�m. which place,he�: 'fortifying, fb*t poft being very ,f .#taer Cantoris from fa! rowing that pernicious ex- ample. The affairs of Italy have occafipned feveril Councils of lare, and Money is remitted to Prince Eugene for the ufe of his Army. while fuch&het meafures. are taken as will enable him/to mairiWW his Ground in ItalyiThty talk of reinfotcements.wttch are fending to hinvt which makes people betieve' 'bar the Troops drawn on the eoaAs oUJfri* arc to be Jhipped ofFfpr Italy, for tbofe.rhat were, in the. Hereditary Countries are marching for the, R*/#f,' except 2 Regiments, which are-arrived by this tirSef in Tyrol. The departure of the King of the famaxi . for the. Army, is notified by Letters toallitfie Princes of the Empire, and orders.are fent to nio Cardinal of lamberg 10 repair to katishqime with'.aW fpeed, to aflift in theDyet as HighCommiffiorierpf the Emperor, and a! things are dil^ps'd the�e"l�in6' doubt but the French King and rhe Duke, of will be declared Enemies of the Empire.. Ac^ptding to our laft advices from our Army^ before ufndau� the Siege of ;tnat piace is begun with good'fucceft,' and we loft but very few Men in-the opening-'of i&4 Trenches, aad carrying en our Approaches. The Auxiliary Troops defigned for rhat Arniy begin to arrivcin the Camp, and when the laft Expreis came away 2 Regiments of the Elector of MnwirWere come before that place. - The Negotiations between this Court,and the Elector of BjvjkI*. are ftill kjpj. on foot, which fheweth fhat his EleQoral HighneC has not entirely rejeQed our oftirs, or that at Jeaft he thinks fit to continue in a way of Treaty, tilt the event of the afEurs in Italy, the Netherlands and* the Rhine, fliew which Party it is his advantage. rr�, embrace. A Minifter of the Landgrave of H^fJ; Cajfel is arrived here to follicit fjme things his (M*�s fter has deiired of rhe Emperorj .�nd he is likely fucceed in his Negotiation, that Prince having all a-, long expreffed a great Zeal for. the Cptnrhon Caufe, and been at great expences in the lare War, the nip-plies which Jome Princes were to give hidi havlrrg not been paid. The hopes we had flittered, our. felves with of a fpeedy Peace in' Pifahd are Vamfitejo*,-and the continuation of the War ftems univoid'lble, nocwithftandihgthe effoTts of this Comt to djfpoic. rbe Parties fo Peate, and as the Swedes are marchicg for Cracow, forne Intperial Troops are ordered on the Frontiers Pf tileji* and ttungaryxo obferye their mbtions, or, as fome fay, to joyn the King of Poland'; according to our Treaties of Alliance. | r Plymouth, July 12. Yeflerday came in here hej Majefties Ship Poot fro.m cmifing, and with her the, Sidney from �*��Wiii die Baft ladies,' rfcWy laden, the Cbefter Frigot from Anttgoa, the Martin Khch and the! Martha both'frPTn' Barbadoit, the John and Sarah frdini Boflon in He? Ehgtand, and the Mary of the fame pfaeNe from Firgirfa, all for London ; af the fame time came, in the Afar; Galley from the Canariet, and brottgut ia with h�r a French Prize of tjo Tuns laden Ftfh from the Banks of Newfomdlanjl, and a Dtrtcn Ships, onecslleii rhe Seaman of Amfitrdam from Sallys and the othe� the tfaffitu of FlujHng fiforri Gmnet. % Covet, July 13. Yefterday caime inta our. Road th< Pbenix and a Tlujbtnf Privateer, who! brought ia with her a Prize, * French Ship of it Guns and 4 Patteretbes arid 30 Men, laden with Sugar, Cotton and Ginger, from 5/ Domingo fcat laft from fettiguams-, ftie was formerly a Privateer of l&ddlebvrg, taken-by the French in the lare War. ^ The Mafter of the Prize rep'orts,that Admiral Bembo wasftijl at Jamaica; and the Captain cf the Piivateer reports, that he paffed by our Grand Fleet which lay on the 1 itb in Torbay, and faw our Fleet of Viftuallers,Teriders an4 Trahfpofri. with their Convoy in Portland Road.
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