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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 25, 1802, London, Middlesex 'If * And the Hiftckictal Account, drs* man, tho the'jfintjfifieV v^ii-;-ileJlr^thirfffi�^^W hear their Drtitld^^e^lng.^d^tH^bM^^ jairrivedby 2&/iWn.ear tmhy^d^m^YWmt Me joynWhfin, k^l^4^M^mjm& ,our tic mem '^^^mMWM iright -overUiM' mfflj^MmW there was alfd fo#e *;Vrtived at Himtgb;it from Rofmdatl, with a Body of 5qoo: Horfe ; and upon advice of (he inarch of the French, his Lordihip did not think fit to reft there but a Jirtl� while; and marched with all poiTtble fpeed to jovn Co:;n: 77//;, who being informed of the delignsof the iWarel'cha! of Bwff-rrs, fent his Baggage and Artillery over the Rhine, broke up from c^JntiHUe-d ifl the Catnp iffiti&ff lM%tM aMreWcfiri vi^wof fe^lMBS thi m. They ttfrfttea us t*itfr t^tflltjfii&m', day or two.bat. we are faWel|ioltea;af tp btf abff to baffle i^heir defigni, and thiv|a|^eVe joyiied by this plice, that khebieachi}; a general ftoritt: itift-sWi*; Cbuntesfcatpi .LMOiS a: vibkat" rain ^teVfti Trenches. Astbe lieved tbe attack-will^'to- ment of' Gtenadeers frpn|rF^ ( eitpefttd thi* ftvenin^ or jo morrow aiid� de^&j ate~difpol2d the .French; cap 4o nptfirrjg eifetlnaCah^ the Duke of Burguntyiahii. be'the Eye-wit^^fea�. taking of kejjerwMrt, or go away.," Jh^p^mi. oFthe Confederate Troops have anit n6'alteirat|5ii , irt their meafures.notwathftandirig the motiori^ftlw'' French Army. T he 6". Regiment*, ef Horfe fndpri-goons which Were left at^Mmeihi wtyth we'Degad this Siege continue there, and are Shortly to bejayn-ed by fome Hefjfmr. Hague, May-5. Tbe fweiljng of the Rhint pit obliged our Generals to put off the attack of Rfjftr-waert, but the Siege is irt rhit forwatdnefi, thatttiet$ is no room fo doubt but that the plaCe will be taken in a few days. Our Letters from ftandets lay, that fome Dutch Troops are encamped at . the Sai van Ghent, and -that Mortlteur Ctbtni marched two ;