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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 3, 1802, London, Middlesex Kumo, icii 2 B B 3 oil flam And the Hiflorical Account, &c. From ZfyUttMf September 5, to ^5CatUa? September 5, 1761, fooc ge:ic yiemt/t, Augufl a 6. He news of the ViQary ofaraiued by Prince Eugene over the Duke of Anjaiton the I jch inftant, caufss a great joy to this Court, for th-ey done queftion now I at our A;my will be able to keep their in I'.df. I�_th� mean time all polfible dili-uOd To fend fome reinforcements thither, and Sefid^; the Troopv the Duke of Bruitfmck has pdt into zhi !;;vic-. of the Emperor,'wo heir thst feveral Regimtius .'.ie marching thither. General Scblick arrived her- two days ago from Munich, and we jue cold c:iat he has maJe fo great a progrefs in Ins Ne^.'tiarions with the Ele&or of Bavariat that the chief points which obftru&ed the Treaty with ''-.at Prince are entirely agreed upon, and that hlsCie^..oral Hij'haefi will- afilfl his Imperial Ma-jefty vvic,i) iy or 18000 Men This is fo confidently reported, chat there mud needs be fome good ground for ir. Frerjuent Expre/Tes arrive here from the Siege xALsn-iiti, which lafts longer than it was expeded, bn: the I-ft ad'/ices make ns hope that rhe place can-no: bold out much longer, tho it appeat&that |t Was noc without feafon chat Monfieur dt Vaubm boafted, that he had made of that place one of the ftrongeft Fortrefles in the World. Paris, Sept. 4. The Declaration lately publilhed for lowering the value of our Coin, has had ihe effect our Winifters expe&ed, for the Banners of the Kings Revenue, who were forced to give 15 or 16" per Cent, fo � Intereft, find now Money at a more moderate rate, People choofing rather to lend their Money than to be loofers by the lowering of the Speciss. The lad advices from Itolf fay, that both Arir.its continued in their fame Pofts, being within half a Cannon fhor of one another, but they are fo well intrenched on both fides, that there, is no likelihood of any Aftion. They tell us that the Gsrm�nt are fo (heightened in their Provifions* that they can-rot fubfili many days in their Camp, especially if the Old Prince of Vaudemnt can take Borgifortt, and de� ftroyihe Bridge the Imperialifo have in that place. That Prince has attempted federal riaies to force the Intrenchfiients that cover the fame, but without any fucceft, and an Officer writes frota,tbence, that that Poft is fo well fortified, that the talcing of the bjsft. "fortified Town would not prove mote difficult. The lofs we fuilained in the Action that happened on the 15th proves greater than it was reported, and yet our Goqrt ha? thought fit to order Te Dettm to be lung to thank ' and never ahy thing of this nature was better ordered. We tntas-fo many Salvo's, thatwefpentat lealt1-10000 Florins-in Gunpowder. YeOerday zoo Carabineers �wer
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