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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 14, 1802, London, Middlesex m And the Hifiorical Account, &c> From ^tlto? April 14, to 1^, 170a, Mttjhicht, April 19- ttfejSiege of'j&ifr-matrt which began on SiwaVry latt, caws a great notion among eh* Frencli Troops itf; the Netherlands, and ife^-;>^pf:;w^�(., encamped about � mi on the JD?J^Mare maiching with all fpeed into the Spam'fh' Guel&trland, ^hefe .the Ma- Army, 'thfif -^w}^||l^!^�itt-i|Beve Keyfer-paerf, and come to ah Engagement with: the Con? federate Troops; biie nbtwithftanding what they h;lve pubjifted. cbnetinjng their numerous Forces, 'tis th0U^t,CD%'r^ hawing: already began fpme �|ir|Bt^lV^^t>^l,r' �t|jecTt the like orders, nhb |^p^i^f�^'�.|l^�^-in thatafBrir,' � and we do hoc xnow whither oinGarrilbn any be as properly called A-tixjJuries tp the Emperor as the Armies that are in tS^-"--'Wo*teir^^fc^i;llia*^icBtikf w likely rori>efoon-removed, foi the French will certainly f&-Vpdk';jasi~ and we lhalt be obliged to do the like. iHley tfiit�ateri tis already with a Bombardment, but the fame is almoftinjptacticabli!. They talk alio of Be$eg>ra$^4|^t|^ that de- figj$ yitnout; wiiAdrawinj� pajrt of rjteir Troops from t!t�j^j$> Giieljtflaijd,,. amlbthereby expofiog that TmVK&fio thfeiWafiorft p�the Imperia!i9a-. They have afeout ^btfM^#'j&^;#yi are- employed on the^ew'-'CitcadelseK&J^ e% ps'�*"Go�i>any of |^Prs,with federal Gunners and Etfr^nbers.-^Iffivniio |3S>ni kyftrpaert that Ge-aeral Z3(^,iWfi6"is vety ictS^-in; that Siige,'has been fn great danger of mspfe> Cannon jfibt having cutoff a Eeg'bfonyo^my^eiVaprSwhollopdpearhjhxTne FreneAi ha^-hea^"3�(^'Meri in that, place, which thevhaWfortf6*da#weirasth^c^iov.; , , H�ipa>, A&iWis Tn*Eriv%4>f fotitigal, whp re-fides here, fhewejthjypcat uneafine/s upon account of the "Sea prep'ara^Q^'thley are ihafchig here and in Ityglantt, and 'h^:'#alU^|]s.�r�''Secretary of thaiSpanllh Emb^'.renirn'ed from Brupls, and-^vas rp prefent a.MemoriaJ tO:the Srares on Wedn/fday laft, but upon advice of the. Hoi|i)iries begun in the Neighbourhcbd af^friiwerfi he thought his Memorial mould prove as inligniricant as that of Ke/iderJt iitm. The Jaft Letters frbm kaly have recovered people from the gr'^at"fears they were, under for Pripce 'Edigem or; Sirvi)]/,- who, according to the ad* vices, from Paris, .was certainly to be. beaten out of Italy ; bur. by fome good luck or ot her things, a re altered on a fuddejf, and that vaft Project defeated. Count Goes Envoy of the Emperor, has received thac^advice in a Letter from Prince Eugene, wherein he exprelles himfjelf, in thefe words; ' Monfieur i de'V�ndowtbzi paffed tlieP�, with adefign to come ,and rifit me in my Quarters; hut doubtlels ha 'has thought that I was nbt:ih a co^ition' to make ' him welcome, for he is gone back, and has put of? ' his vifit to another time. A x Bruflits, April zt. The Marquisolf Sedmar returned here from ditwerp on Wedm/day sight, and gave orders to fome Troops to march that way. Yeiter-day tits Eldellency received an Exprefs from Count, Artttffut*, who commatlds inthatplace, with advice of "the motion of the Duteb Tqabof t on that tide, whereupon he difpatched an Exprefttothe Marep " chal of Boujjhrs, and went this morning for Amwtrf, to command the Forces defigned for covering that place and the Province of F&strf^^Xeilerday we heard a great Cannonading for feveral hours on that fide, but do not yet know the occafiorrthereof. The: Siege"of Ktyfef9�trt has broke the ^eafures ofouj Generals.. The French Troops which^were to cyt-camp about DUfi to cover the Brabant are^fer^the moft part marched for Geldertand, and the Marefchal of Boufflert was expe&ed yefterday al SUvimsaert near Rvremtmde, with a good Body of Troops, to joyn thofe rhat are already in that Province. The Troops of the French King's Houlhold are likewile march; ing that way, which snakes our people veiy appre^' hehfive that the E-rl of Athlont^'iM notfind it difficult to force our Lines, and march into this Country. Parti, April i%. An Exprefs from Barcelona h^s brought advice, that the King qiSfdin went on board the Squadron commanded by Caunt.��jlrees on the fichinuarift.and failed thence the iahie^ith a favoui-able wirfd^ahd we daily ex^ecV^vice?of his atri'vai; - in-i^and ' Brandinhrghert, wheretfpon the 0bke of Bargundy\$t ordered to fet out for the Netherlands on Tuefdaji nex�p 'and^'Monfieur Qatimt went thfs mprning poll fpt^ itresbwg ; from whence they write, (hat a good bp- ~ dy of Imperiaiifts have faffed the Rhiui,' with a defign . to attack fome of our Frontier places. Our laft Letters from A*/yhave occafioned here a great fuTpme,-for after all the reports lb confidently fpread at Coorr, �* thatthe Duke of Vsmimt would have at leaft relieved Mantua, and make imcoupd1 cclat> which would make amends for our difgrace at Cnvstna, we hear that he has repafled the Pi, and is returned (0 his quarters at . Lodi, and cantoned his Troops in the neighjjourhood of that place, having loft a great numhet of Soul-^f diers in his expedition into the ffatttin* anJ'f .Parmijan, withent any advantage in the wpjrjd�except *. thaethe Germans were obliged upon bis approach ta retire from Mintieelli, where they may return when* ever they pleafe.They tell us, that the want of Forage hasioccafion^d his retreat; but this might have beea foreleen: and certainly the great fatiguey, to which ; he has expofed hi* Army in bad weather," .will prove the worft means that new General cpuld -ever have pitched upon to ingratiate himfelf withtthe.Soldiefs, who judging ot things by the event, wifi'fay, that there w,as no necefficy of putting them Upon fuch marches at this-time of the year. 'They give out that the. Germans-have entirely quitted" the Terri*  fories of the Duke of Parma ; but Lifters from TVi-rin conhradia that report, and fay;'tha�the young Prince of Faudemont continues near th