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   Post Man (Newspaper) - December 10, 1802, London, Middlesex                                And die Hiftonod Account^ &c. From December io, to &$d.tlXl-Mp December 12, 1702. Ttjferdej cayie in Three Holland Math with thefolle&irrg advices. Vienna, December 6. -eLord Paget h 1st out for England, be-' ingwel! fatisfied with the Honours he has received from rhe Emperor, who on all occallons has teftified the great efteem -^- he has for his Lordihip, as well as  itz,, butalfo in cheulats differences between :Ms Court and the Port, abouc tne Limits in Hun-Z*ry. The Regiments of Count Schliek, the Prince of Hannover, and fome others are fhortly expefted from Hungary, and arc ordered to march into the Biffcop-r:ck of SaltAxrgb, to joyn /lime other Troops under the Command of Count Solan, who is to invade Bavaria on that fide, and the better to fucceed therein, our Court has made a Treary with the Bifhep of Salts-burg, \v(*o is to affift the Imperialists with fome Forces of his own. They defign to attack the Elector oF Bavaria with 3 Armies, in order to reduce him before the French C3n fend him any affiflance. The lift advices from Cracow, give us little profpeft of a fudden Peace in Poland, and the French, it feems, -have found means to obftruJr the fame, which has fo inceafed �he King of Poland, that he has caufed the French Envoy ro be feized without any regard to his Character, looking upon him as a Spy and �-miffiry of a publick Enemy fsnt to eonfpire againft him, and not as a Minifter of a Prince, with whom he has no publick quarrel. Our laft Letters from Italy fay, th�: Prince Eugene has already fettled his Wmter Quarters, and.fo well fecured his Lines, rhat they fear nothing on the part of the French. The Officer* rhat are to r_aife Recruits for our Troops in Italy and elfewrtere, begin to arrive here, and receive Muney immediately upon their arrival for that fer-vice, his Imperial Majefty being refolved to have all his Troops compleat by fhe beginning of March, and the Horfes defigned to remount our Cavalry in Italy, are fent ro the Fronriers of Tirol, as rh�y are^oughr . up, that they may bs ready to be fent to Prince Zttreve in rhe beginning of the Spring. The preience of Ptince Levis of Baden being neceffiry on the K-hixe, in the p>efent juncture of affairs, and that of Prince Eugene being no lefs rteceffary in Italy, 'tis fa id the Rmparor has altered his refolution to lend fsr them this Winter, to hold a great Council of War. - Ven'tce, Deeember 2. Letters i'rom Mantua fay, that the 2 Armies being equally fatigued of the laft Campaign, are very quiet in rheir Winter Quarters, and tha: fhe Germans ate fortifying Governu'olo with ail the diligence that the Seafon of. the year can permit. Prince Eugivt has, received a remittance of ioosoo Florins f.om Vienna, for theufe of hjr Forces They write-from Milan, that ort'the 17th paft they received the difnftai'tydings of the deftroyingof the Plate PJi-et, and Count Chateaurenaud's Squadron at figt, which csuied an unfpeakable confternation in tiiat City. The Kingof Spain received the fkme news st Genoa, and appeared very much conctrned. Prince VnsAcmvr.t is confirmed in the Government of the Milmtfe fat 3 years longer. They write from Rime, that the differences between Cardinal Grimani arad the Duke Of TJntia are accommodated, the former having turned ouc of his fervice a Coachman and a Footman, who affronted rhe Arnba/Iadors Lady.     /* hi Am, November a 1 Our new Levies;gp on with a orejt deal of fuccefs, ,and in the mean time all the Officers in the Kings fervice are erdeied forth "ith to repair ro rheir r^fptEiive Commands. Tha Ad-mirante of Cajlile has hid f�veril Audiences of the Fling, and the >oung Prince of Brajil, and is daily v;^-eJ by Perlbnsof Quality, and 'tis generally be- lieved, rhat that Grandee iseritrufred with a Negotiation of the higheft importance. SeveralRegimeiits are inarching to oht Frontiers ; from whence they write, that the new Fortifications marked out iri fe-verai places, aie carrying t>n with all imaginable diliyenc?. , Franckfvrt, December 13. The Dyet of the Circle > of Smiia h upon' breaking up from HaUkron, without?* coming te�nygeneral refolution, by reafon of the abfence of the Deputies of feveral Members thereof, i he Elector of Bavaria is recovered of his late Indif-. poliuon,and continues to extend kis Quarters. That Prince demands joooo Guilders of the City of jiugS' burg, upon pain of Military execution, but iheMark-grave of Bareit'h is drawing up all the Forces of trait' cania near Nuremberg, where they are to be joyned by fome Imperial Troops, in order to match againii the Bavanam, while the Imperialiffs^attack himoa 3 other fides. The? write from Bs^emia, that aiooo men are arrived on their Frontiers, and from Lintz on the Danube, that the King of. the ��-mans is fhortly expefled there, to Command an Army in Perfon againft the Elector of Bavaria, whom the French have promtfed to affift with 11000 men by the beginning of the Spring.   ' Hague, Decemb. 15. The Baron of Ddlvigh, who wa^lcnt to the Quean of EJtfcSwtf by the Landgrave of Hejfc Cafel, with the Cbaracterof his Envoy Extraordinary, to condole the late-Kings death, and congratulate the Queens afeceffilon to the Crown, is to refide here inquality of Envoy of the fame Prinae, and has delivered his CrejrJf(|^i^!toc;&e States. The' Landgrave is augmenting^is-Trdbps, their High Mig'btineires being fq welMalHsfie'd-Syith the good, Service of the Hejiaitr that are in their pay, that there is no doubt but they will take foms other Regiments of his Highnefs , if r the augmentation of Troops infiiled'oh'their-�att', isat laft agreed upon. The States being infor||p4M:hat fome Officers and Souldiers�Bei^^^^'f^^Wtrath of--Artillery which waiat^a&i�?a'nd"f%�, arecbmeon fhoar with fome B.^pt^ they got in Sfnn, contrary, to the orders pabliffied orj^thatpurpofe.theCouncil of State is ordered t6~take thata^k!into their confidera-tion," ih-pir^ri^Cimake^E^^ '. advices}toxtfWarfaw fay, that the Dyet of' Great Poland affembTeiatiXii/ff hafre'eoite'reHNin'to fi�3i^^V/-ation for the defence qi that Country, anjiiinSpr^C their King,, having decIa'teU The Ssfuiei Erta^ies''. of theRepublkk, but luvti.atmi&^n^^ak^^r King fliall take a new O'jth, to-f obferve the BaSi Convent a, to fend horne the S�*e� Troops, and, pro-, mife ro make no Alliances wirhpiit the confent of the Republick. The day cf Ttiankfgiving wag^ ofe-ferved here on the 13th, wi.th\aU^wgiQabli;S(^e,in-nity.and in the evening there was a noble Fire1 Work. The Prince ft Dowager of Najfau friexiand gayer a magnificent Ball on that occafion, where there was a great Appearance of Perfohs of: Quality f|f'both Sexes. Paris. Decemb' 15. On the 3d inftant Count Tahard arrived before Uaitcy with 4>ooomeri,ia pieces of Cannon and 4 Mortars and fitmmoned the Dnke of Lorain to receive that Ga;rifon. His Highnefs returned the fameanfwer he bad given to Moniieur Cailleres, viz. that he was refolved to obferve ari exaft Neutrality, but that living under the' publick Faith of Treaties, he had no Forces to maintain him-felf therein, and therefore would quit the "Towa himfelf.which he did and retir'd toZ.��*vi7/e.ThiS affair is varnifhed over as all our other Enterprises of thaS kind, and'tis given oat ri\at the King^has been o-bljged to do this, to prevent the defign ^f his Enemies, and provide for the fecurity of a Prince fo neirly rehted to him, and that her intends that his Highnefifiioyld continue Matter in fliat place. 'Tis fail our Court has offered him'3 Millions of Livreg   

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