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   Post Man (Newspaper) - August 13, 1802, London, Middlesex                                $umb/    1004,   A A A A And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From 3$IKfi>Ap Auguft 13, to sulIUfcap Auguft 15, 170?, Imperial Army at Borgoforte, July 30. YEfterday Prince Eugene went to GuaflAla to give the necelHry Orders in that P^iCei and rerurnedthis evening ro this Camp, which has been reinforced by part of the Troops that were ported near Mantua. The lofs we fuftained in the laie Engagement between Genera! Pifconti and the Duke oi'Vaitdme, does riot appear To great as we were affraid, and we do not mifs above 400 men and 170 Prifoners. The French continue in the Medenau, and feem refolved. to advance towards this place. Prince Engene experts daily Tome reinforcements, and if they arrive time enough, 'tis believed he will venture a General Engagement with the Duke of Anjvu. Police, Auguft 4. The French Frigors in this Gu!ph continue to feize and plunder the SubjeQs of this'Republick, notwithfranding the repeated afiu-innces of the Cardinal tfEftries, who had promifed tint an effectual flop (hould be put to their Pyiacies. We expect fome Men of War from Dafaati* to joy n our Gillies., and our Merchant-Hups are forbidden to fai], till they have a fufficient Convey. As the French have given out, that they exped feme Bo nbirtg Galliots to be improyed againft the Imperial* Towns on the coafcofjthe Adr'iatick Sea, they ttork ''ich great diligencj: at^m^/r*, Mite and otlwV places, to put themfelves in'a good pofture of defence. Prince Eugene his frnt 1s00 Man to Mezola for the fecurity ot the Magazines he bad there." An Exprefs from Mantua has brought advice, that the Imperial i'fts have quitted their Intrejicbmehts near Mantua, and have drawn all.their Forces from Fwjgb-firte to Gvoemuh, and fenc'a detachment to Ofatia on the P�F> to compleat the Fortifications of that place, which will prove very ferviceable to them* in cafe tH'ey are obliged intirely to quit the Mantuan and Guaftala. The French have feized Modena and R'ggio, and the Duke of Wiena with his Princeft^ad Family is retired to Bolosia, rohare the Durcheffes Of Guafiahnni Mirandtla are likewise arrived; They write from R�me,lthit the Pope having orJced his Officers to proceed againft (be Inhabitants in the Provjrjce of Abhraizo, who (hall be taken on-his Frontiers, as if they were Banditti and Robbers rf ha t Imperial AmbalTador has' fignified to them.that ttidfe People tire in the fcrvice of his Mafter, and' have Coinmimons from him. Inm the Imperial Gam? befsre Landan, Auguft 16. Our Troops maintain themfelves in the Redoubt we, took the 6th inftarff, and the lodgments We fnade on* the Coumerfcarp of the Cittadei ; arid iri rhfe mean time we make all imaginable preparations-for {Terming the. Place, which Prince Irvitot Baden has a� fined the King of the Ramans to oblige to furrender before the 44th in ftanr. Parity Auguft. 14. According to our raft advjc'ej ftcn Italy, the King of Spain incamped the 4th in-ftant at �eft*, within a dayirilarch of NpiteUtra. having detached the Sieur Atbergtiti, to take poftcflion of Riggii and Modena. Piinc* Engene W�s ftill ar BofgO' forte, raking all pofilble precautions for maintaining hifttfelf in rhat place, ini; rh-y fell us,' that our Army is lo much fuperiour in n']:nbervthat notwi hftahding. tfw g�ear abJlfty of cfuc Prince, 'tis highly probable that he will be obliged to quit the Mamuait, and retire into the Penetitn r-jrri?orie�. The Ambsffador of VemCt continues his complaints againft the Chevalier di Fiwrbin, who ha? Vttely taken leveral Ships bilcajing to the Su'jjrcts of the Ripublick, but this Court does not feem to teve the f?^e ',e%*}4 for theReVunli^k as they pretended to fonti d*o-3 Men offWit failed ftom Bfefi the jsth p-ifi fox Lithe*, antf they are ro be fo?fq!*ed'.by nfithtts. We have notHlng material ftprn Flanders, and .fhrre is no likelihood of any Action, norAvith{fat?dtBg the Aimies are encamped ve^y near orie another. An Exprefs from AiUce bi'fhgsr advice '^h'ar r.pe Germans have pofted themfelves on/the CounteffcVfp/of Lgn-dm, and that the place cannot hold Out. afcove. 10. days longer. The Vafqtzii-bf' Ckamillf,h^vng tc� Called from his Emb�fly to the Court of DttiKoxi, we hear the Sieur Poujjin, who* retjded~fo^.tin\e"IS England, fi appciated'td fucceed him as Eiifdy Exlrjaf ordinary. J : , . From the Cmfidettte Army under the Earlrtf MaVibo-rough� Achel, A'iguft 17. On the tajn the^A*-my riarched from Peer, "and came back to rhis'-f l^fe, heing within 2 fmall Leagces of the Enemy.1 be ' Siege of VenU being refoWed upon, 25,Squidr|>pi"anJ. la Baralliens under the Command of t&xfciui$Pb-dam, Tilly, the Lord Cum and Major General xfiiw, \yere detached to joyn the PruJJians, and other Troops deiigned for that expedition, which is to fe'Cpfti * manded in chief by Prince tfttjfpu Sanrkrvclt. The 15th the French Army advanced ro Ejndhiyzn, and were drawn up there in Battalia, whereupon enr Generals believing that jheydeftgned tc attack cur Detachments, .the&igHt Wing, advanced thacway, and theJLeft was preparing 10 follow the other1, feat foon" aftef-the former �eturnedto the Camp,, feeing, the , Enemy mtde no motion to fall upon t>ur (Detachment. We expeS a great Convey fjosx-.foifledue,* undet a Guard, of 1000 Horfe and.Dragoons,tfjsmr manded by the Earl of Aibmarle, who is to tie. jo^A at tielthfatfby the Detachment under MonCeur Obdaii.. Tlie French feem to have a defign to Fortify �^5-htvert. The Town of Weert has furrendred r!o our Troops. The interruption �jf our Convjoys. from tmjleduc having owafipned fqme fcaicity jot Prpvift-ons in cur Camp, the Country Peojfe weifeiOrdereri to bring what Piovifionsi they could, and:bytlft'fe means we Have plenty 6{ every Ifeing inou? Arhiy, and have befides.the conveniency ot b'eii^g njpplfei^ ftbm Maifiritht. This morning Mdnfieur^f/^trwa^, one of the Deputies'of the States, ^^p/ttibetore break of day ?otrft�h, having had a long Confetence with the Generals. The French fejzed his�qumdge at Eyndhevtn, thb they had a F.reneh Pafs. Tpey have likewile plundetedithat Town and1 fe^e^al Villages thereabouts; notwithstanding they Had agieed for Contributions. >' ^    5: Hague, Auguft.^,  The Sieg* of Vtnh n relblved op^on, and the place was to be invefted the ri6th.' Prince ifafnu��SaarbruckCoxarmi^s the/Fbrceir^em"-plOyed in the Siege, andthe Earl of MarUihtgKis trt cover that expedition with the Grand Army.:' *J?bc. place is verj well Ftirtaledil but tbey hdjJe to rake it in 3 weeks time, and]by the nkijafi'tUereo^ oblige fcirentonde and other place* in the ttamjb'Gtf* . dsrland to furrender. -General Cihmt is arrived tierce-being appointed to have thedireftion of that^ejjc v The States have a^eed with rhe? BiAop. of,Majttr\ fdt looomen of his Troops, and are confiderit�j|of the mo'fl proper rn^ans for raifing the nece/Tary Funds far the hext Campaign.  The Muicovite AmbafladoirV-has received advice, that the Forces of his Maffer tin*1 der Prince Gieretnet being iocjDoo, ftrong, haye attacked ^nd put to Bight a Body of Swedes in tivtrtia, under the Command of Major General Schtiftenbatlt, and that they have .Beftcged Derpt.  The   death f the Duke of Hdjttin Gttfrp it confirmed from all   

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