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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 17, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb; icyc b D,lf - D And the Hiftori^d Account, &c. From XttCfoaV November i/? to %t)X\llQ$f November it'^ /row /As Imperial Camp near Luzara, November J.' I Spa/* his proofed him. Th*c7 fee be win^ftfed aj! the clurges lie vis at in i^Wfci^Wf. tthjMrof the Emperors fervice. 4/ TfrSf .'the Giicltn ^He French have been very bufy for thefe and Francertia hiving broken tfce-* Treaty1 of'fl|rrf�, * fevenldavspaft, in Tending away their �nd �&ed:�pirifl���rt b^oMttefedy-of-eh^E^re heavy Cannon, and making other pte- had decFafed :d Yfcar �g�m(V fhkt ^rl*#nv �tj*ffi^by parations for decamping, whichloblfged oblige! trifjnefioirfti II^hli^VWiifotn'A^Jfor - Prince*tgene to give federal dueftions to 1 preftrrving tfte Peace ofG^^<.tfi^T*�!�r
Spanifha Ab^fl&bf the Enemy into a great confurlon, becaufe they having communicated ibro�!drTraiche�'7h^il�ad thought the whole Forces of the Iraperialifts were received from Cardinal^ortwdrert^4h exrraotdm*ty upon them, but General Vavimnt having io few men Council was tield in- the e�enrrrg, wherein WteYfce with him retired, and 'as certain, chit had hirDs- Minifters of State, fevera) Peeks of> France *ndr,Qt. tachment been ftronger , he might have bJten nerals were prefent, and it wis crabJeed to talHTike moft of the Baggage and fome Artillery, Prince Ban and drrimbm for the nekfefiaoapaign. Thitfflfce Z*gsm having advice thereof, fent 2000 more that with great difficulties, for the."Kirjg ha vingftJeoih-way, but they cams too late, and the French made ly excufed the HJdbiiity from the j4rrureb4mrm3con' thpir Tetreat.. The march of theEnemy h varioufly fideration of the.Caj>itatibn and fome otbwA^laie*, reported, bu?^themo ft probable opinionis, that they . fevetat Minifter^ were of opiuion,, that- theyJicBg]hc are mirching to G-jaJlala, to difpofe their Troops in- not to be called together upon-this oh?rgeableoKr� to Winter Quarter.�. * Tis faid, they have withdl^ wn vice, bat the. Contrary fentiment pievatl^i Becaufe their Harfe tron� Medina and Carpi, but upon -what of the present difficulties the Court is:invqbi'ddn, delign 'tis hot-yet knovn, and whatever it is, we have by reafonof the great difidvantages wchave hwfcihis fo many Parties abroad, that we eantioC mifs being Campaign, arid especially the, hreinisforruneat:/^^ informed thereof. We have made.' fe,vetal difpbfiti- : which has difippointftd fo many fine ProKcesvt.TSbe o'nson otir (ide.for our Winter-Qaalters, and hive begun to rpfortify QwerniuU; Ofiif tbe Mint it belfiw Mantxt, th? better to blockupthat plrce. We Have likewife finiflied our Bridge between Revere and dfig'' 'j�j,ind reinforced; the Garrifon of hSnmdtla, and fome orher iirrle places on that ildej for the conveniencies of our Qiartert. Prince Eugene has likewife feqt a Detachment to Finale on the River Panart, where thjey are making a Bridge, bat upon wh�c d�fign 'tis not yet known. Tbe reO of the Troop* of the Duke of. iaviy quitted the French Camp- two days ago, being very much wejkned by Mortality ; and we hear from Crtmnna, and orher places in the poflcffipr* of. the French, that tbeir Soldiers dye aj a:e in the Jjof-pitats. Franckfm, November 19; The ImoerialilVs, French and Bavarians are marching into Winter Quarters}, and they write fromSwr'rwr/awrf.that upon the return of tbe larrer towards Utm,*ht Canton ofZurig has recalled ltd Ezprefs from thence fay, that the t^J-Jh-; aid Dutch having teismbarked their Troop*, and banrnt-and defttoyed all the ShiMu%. in thkt> Haib61k* which they^ coajld, nor gee afloat, agai njciai J"�t: ftenigt on the .$th infiaric for � Btghmfa hav^nft- tckaT^ a great many-of out Psiforteis, whah report^ thaj^hpy wanted Piovifions xo maintatftAthemfeivc* t%^diac Poft. We have pot: y*t,. all the patticutars; .rft �ilaM4;.^oyehj[iji,. fib Ma'jefly Jjf* ing refolved to fit QUg next Snnag cha grea-tfl Fjejee tbat he had ever at Sea ; bur fach who are /omewfjat aco^aimediisirlbithe.pteferjt Stare of otir N*vy| Jte very fenlibiftthapshfs is impon^ble, and deipajj^ of ever f;*ing: out^Jeetnis- fo fioUtiflung a�orHiir^oft-�s h "Has before the fatal ftrck^ at 10 Hogae.^Titctitiitt that the Court knotfs it better than any body*
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