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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 15, 1802, London, Middlesex PR"pee �f 8*f�s trts fo 'well ferried rVc i*a$� iniku 3!sc?c'Farrefo, unrein he has p'iSwS 5 Imperial H.egir�enM �5 Foot, that rise csraJKu^rvcr* �fthc Rkb^ aad Sa'sr-i/ns h fcecw.Ke iS^cwS i-aipodsbJc on thac licfe, evea ke fair-eft Cisfcus -of riie yeac. Mf ^gktxiry Eavoy EairawtfiJoiry ofthe Qiwen of Sngl-twd, at-sttfed fwiae *ayv ago, and kis acooTdrcisJ to cafeiKta, �aC5J$.dl larivat t.� Co�ryt Tr�ttrznxijdt,rf A-2abi�i*i3
o:s fois ASafte?, and is &>o�cly ~ex�:&edb.csfc wkasgretf: fenara -of Money, ts psy p*�t of As Arres� <2�s �s The 35. jman CarholicisCan-rort-SfSisrkc iaefi: arsjtBaen-c rhac carsfc-: us'd., for ind'i-ci<*$ edx, nil represented ia t!�t GaracrX, tit it it w� better for the Pita to dye men of Sionwxr, Swofi rts Himl, than faffir Thiir SJinsfe Coaarsv to be devoured by Foireu'n " Anaies, wir^out ii?iking 2 blow in its defence. The Kifflg'>r Sscdns Is in & f�;iS merck f&tW*rfxw, and pire of Jus r.-oo.?<; are ilresiy arriviid within 12 Bales of t&&t p!jce,Fsen? �rh-erw:e fhosy write tha: twj rrf tfi: Sftnsof At J*:e Kin^ 5ntinhi, � arrived on the ioth ?sil in the S v-jJiOi Camp, undexa Gmrd of Svidji, jBni rhar hiving cj'^crsi with the King of Sitides, rfvey �i!?ar a'.vsy to joyri Priace Styled*. Ws htK hU S�FaJ?83 !\ijj::iy is fo lveJJ reewtrered of bis l*Tefa53P thz-t hi ii ablsto ri^i or� Harfe back, and tttstke ist�nds co com: it per&n in this CounKy to beat ris S-sissir frt3ns ttteiv Qiiarter*. Tie litter commit gT�tdffcitde<-s, and deaiafld large corj'ribujions fir.jsa rfoe?iri�j of triif Couarry, but the Mtgtftrates o'tHs place, arerefjlved to d�fersd their Terrkoriej by fa*c� ofArms-OarSezrefsry,who was lent to repre-f?ar to the&rag ofP^t^^th; difordersco.Tuntefed by fs'iS TfoopT, &ss nn" 1'f-en abii t� obtain an audi�acc of t?jsx?a'.itc5,�rad ^ir.MiaiJiirsijave iaritaited to faitn, irhst 5ms Majeiiy wili nor ha/e him to appear in hi* Gi^rc. Tfaefe T/oufe3e� frigftt our Trade �way, ard federal rick MerchaaH are withdrawing drew effjflj from ficace. H �fierallf re^wted fte haf not llicceded in his Nigptiationr. fSama, December 61 The Emperor has given fte�r exruoidinary civilietg to the Envoys of Eaghtidind tfolUnd, wtiichtsancw mortiiication to the bigotKd Nancicv The^.TTCop* defigsed againfl tits EUQot pi Savaria ire marching on aH fides, and.''tis confidently reported; that the King of the Ra�i4�whas defired to Command tharAr my 1n Perlbh.to have the fathfaction of reducing a fiince who has endeavoured to baffle iis firft. Campaign, tfagiu, Dece�ber 19. Letters from Britjfelf fayt that the French make great preparations to ' begin early the Campaign, and give out, that themoft Chri-ftian King wiJlcorne thither in rbe beginning oiMaj. They make great Magazines at Ni��nw, and flatter the E of CB/^that they wilf teiioi-e him to the poaTsflj^n ofLhge beforeMidfummer-ThtSpsniard$ reinforce the Garrifon of Srugt, and the Troops quartered in th* Country of Wm, in order to oppofe the deGgns of Genera 1 Coforn, who intends co .make'an Invafion on that fide, if the Weather proves favourable. The Stttes have written to the feveral Princes, who.have put TfjSop? into their fervie'e, to deiire therrt, that rhe fime vniy be recruited by the beginning of Afl�r�& at futtheft, that their Forces may take the friela* as fcoa, if not fooner than, the Fiends. Mr Si&ihipt, Envoy extraordinary of England has allured the Penlionary, that her Maj>;fty of Great Bru.vtt has given orders for the- fpeedy recjo'ting of her Forces in thefe paris,ar>d t?JM ilothing fiull be omitted, in order to carry on a figWfts War, and thatthereft of her Forcesboth by Ser and Land, (kail ks impjayed ;:i iueh parts, as
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