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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 18, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From MtVLXhty Jaly 18, to XttfCDa? July n, 1701: * July 7. There is nothing material from the Imperial and French Armies, which continue rn. Madrid, June 19. their former Pofts, but the French were decamping the g ��/�-' the other iide of the Rhine to oppofe the'French, guzet-A',ho keen generally isclicisd for the rimpe'w'r, who feern to have a defign to pafs that River. Their �nfW and Holland, and 'tis fewed trie Propofal of. main Army continues about Haguenau waiting for � Marriage between the young Prince of Portugal lor^orcenjeop. and one of .the Emperor* Djughiers will at laftbe a- . P�ris, July *j. Letters from Havana of the ift greed upon. of May f�y, that the Mortality rages in the Squadron Midtna, June jo. TheKing pffyaht having re- of Count chtteaureuaad, who, if thofe advices may fufed'to give audiencs to rheEnvoy o�r' Duke lent 6s relied upon, was at Vera Crn^ and defigned to to compliment him, . and the French and Spmiffi fail from rhence with the Galleons towards the latter Generals thteatning hb.Highnefs with the relent* end of7��e. The Squadron under Count Thtultufe, merit of their M�flers,he has xtffolvei toput hrmfelf our Admiraf, confiftingof ly Men pfWariLhas been in the beft pof>nrs of defence he can, and is rajjing forced back to the Ifles of Jiferet, on the Coaft of the Miliria of fhis County 'ro jnyn his regular Provence, and feveral Ships have fuftered great da-Forces. The French have demanded of him Rtg&o mage by the Storm. They tell us he is bound for to make a place of Arms, fcur the Duke of Mtdena Naflet and Sicily, which occ^afions feveral fpeculati-has refujjd ir, and writ to Prince Eugene to de-fire ons, the' Court hayinggiyen out, that be was de� him to fsnd ibfne Troops to his affiiHnce. The ftgned for Cadiz and Lfibtmt, According to out Impemlifls det'tgned for the defence of Bcrtelh are UA Letters from Itafypf the J ith inftent* the Duke in the Duiphy of P^rm^ wbeiethey deftray all the of Pandme. is broke up from Rwb with 40 Squa-Forraee the/ emnot carry'away, which will ma^e drpnsand �o Bat.allions for Cazal Maggiore, to pals it imp'^ck for tlw French toiuWft in that Country, the Fo and befiege Btrullt. Prince Vaudtmtnt com-and pjirhaps prevent the Siege cf Berzilh. The ma*ds the Armv in the Neighbouthood oi Mantua, King of Spain is boariy fxpected"�tr-r?�ri7JT�, andim- having under him CountJhejfe, and 3 other Lieute-mediate'y u|>oa his arrival, the greateft part of the , nant Generals, and 8 Major Generals. They write French Amy will break nj from the Neighbour1 ttoro Rivalta, that a Detachaient of our Dragons hood of hlir.aia to juyii hiai, and Carabineers miftaking a Detachment of theRe- gimffnt
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