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   Post Man (Newspaper) - November 12, 1802, London, Middlesex                                Arid the HiftoHcal Account, &t. From %$rXtilW� November 11, to -&fttar&tp November 14,1702. Halite, 'November 10. Ur Letters fronDufridoTf fay," that on die 6th inftant a great Council of War was held there, in the prefence-of the ElecW Palatine,' and the B'iihop of -- but we do not kriow what refo- Ititiont wero-faken therein. The'City of Cotyti makes preflwg inftances for the Siege ofB���, for as long as chat plice is in the pafleffion or' the FrencH* they dare not openly depart^ from the Treaty of Neutrality, which they coraclaJed'th* laft. month with the Eleftor pFdohgn and CdfofcTitflard. Whatever it is, 'ris certain that's good Body of Troops are matching frooVtbe ttethtflands TowardyC�&g�, and if the Sealon of the year does not permit to undertake the Siege of Bonn, rhac place will be ibdofely bio*k-ed up, that Colopi nor the Neighbouring Countries will have nothing to fear front thejexcurfions of the jGirjiion. The.Qyet of the Empito having declared War againft ^w er�l.Ma;efty had; connived ft/toe feizing of tf/�ib.y the�leQ:or of Bavaria, has ordered hi* :MiniJte� >fdft#/*�4�mtf, and all the Courtsof theiEaipir*, to gid* affuunces to the'contrary, and it appears froiaiieVfsndreKpreflJons Contained in the Letter of the King qfj&e Ronpnt ioike Cardinal of' Utpbcrg. that that f^W$esis ra4gh-: t5ty concerned at tRaj> fajfe report,.'Whitfh .was contrived to .create a miftruft betwee* the fimperor and theMemb:cj of the Empire, and chiefly tne Circles-' ofSuJJ?i* and Franctnim, who have all along appeared fo zealous for the' inrerefr of his Imperial Majei^y. The Government,of Bajjkduc, vacant ;by< the.Death of PHnctf Najftu fyarbru'fk, is not yet^Upb(edbf,'bur 'tis likely, that the girl of At him,-x utho has fucceed-ed tfijit,mhce^a|-^'elc Mirefehal* of the Forces of. &e^tates,~ wilflijjt.ewl.fe fuceeed hinijn that Govern-' m%nt,"tuile$  cf 5^/� intends' t'oraife'more.; Forces tho they're nbt .able to m^nfjf'a t^ole ih#y. hive already on-foot,' Thofe Provinces beingall open on this fide, ;the. greateft parrxof. the French1 �Jroops will be obliged to quarter iiJ>Oti them, which tfrey; lorA uporpss\|ftbre grievous ftW'than Taxes;; The lift Lw$jjjt$fc''tf4ly by the way QtGtmtnj"be* ingpftjjie xa^jiift^V hVirig rw� ad viceojF the decamps inig of the Armtej; but rbofe from f*ente that this, evening, 6&n that their Army; being reduced' to enfir extremWev th�;.Ouke of Vithikriti;w*s forced, f/ob/e'akup, aiifj' mirch.'.into Winter pjiar'ten. They tell us, tfotrjjeieh�p'pened no A-lion upon, their decamping by reafan of (he baduefs of rhe Roadf�, and1 thefWdfing oftfie Rivers, which did rirtt permit the Qtm*m to fall 'on' their Ilea r.They fay.that their-Ca-fairy is jnfirely.rii�/ied,there being fevciiilRegiments, Whef* they haw not 5.0 Horfss fit for fer�icej be-OUfe-ofi'feeir longjoontinuarice in that Cantp. The AMtoar have Hfr^rtHWeted very fHfldh;ihd fo minf deal H4t.fev weYif fihto>vn -into the Pi from Berth Caajps, that the. Legate ok^&rraff. fythi&oib* Popes Subjects to eatany''Pifc otrfeatRrver^le^Vthc- Kift feeding apon ffarfes dead of the PlagWfej {mm*tfie property 0/ r^hat ti�ori; was al w&rsi iilfjjimed* whichpught to be> a fijffi&Knt warning.zo thd , ^an�P tbnsi left that ambitiousfrmce exrends farther, his p^ecetllliflHs as ^na^|avieof^^-:ir^p^^s^ VrlttL a flvqorable opportunity'.     '      -/ ' .*,J ?�i' "�' ' .^R'fj^pV. av^i/iavj.^ ^aj^^^qhA ^^^orAgri'^^p/iayd thro ,0^,-Jloads rtr> ijnd"wefkw that t,Ch*ifj i^ith: failed' .ifoai |r rHiUexs tpJSpitbgiiiLwith die,Sqaa3'toa.'fr6m' Ke�';. cbe^4i�^^tt%^Treii^'i^i^^fj^!'W'' tlfe.Dutch,,  .      - .?^..%,r'. a^otliW.Vwifh aul ^^.Vth^rj ,1-.. 1  ,.4lt ^,flf.w?t^Te^Ia^a^?^tte 1~caineJa,i.?eFj;!MafeftyV ihips ifie" &  G#//^�ad>tbe;^in� frdm{|to�ir4BM;'    / � i daV appointed'for'jfabl fortheV^tie^r^A)dii| both b'jn$�a aniL^'dJ^lCp^^ drarof St1'/��/rtn"tnVfoI|^ipp^ a,bie-HoHJfe ot".(Jqmm^3^er^^4vfl|it^ , w    . ihe:Pem:iii,'the^&NW^^M t*uding;Th^#9ifeipt^^ riiaflie^^ ftom^ the*~Srteritts and Aldermen with. ,thetr�Q^fiis/�ifiletr which, followed j^ol jth  WJthiUu� mf%i.Qns and oth^r detnonftiations Qiysfr&ht Mi* fit-}?"; was incomparable fine, and, all tiangs per? forrned. w-it^h the order and decensy. fintafle to that great {olernijity. ' ilfeflerday EarUc 5tock was |iy and * half, Old India 167 and J <}* iVtfllion Bank ?o and. a half, New Company Upited'^rock 147, and QJd Additi* ona] Stockib Tradedj. snd � half.   

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