Post Man (Newspaper) - April 26, 1801, London, Middlesex
tfumb. 1*11' And dieHiftorial;^9.Wti drcl From a>aCttCDa^ April to April 2^j7oi. the Birlm, April a�. continue our preparations for the publick Entry or their Pn#��j Mijefties, which will be towards rhe nuduleof rhe next month, and nothing is fpared to make thacio-lemnity as munificent as polfible. In the mean timer r.'itf iLing receives Letters of congratulation from the i'tv-eral ~Princes of �urepe, chere befog but very few(i who have-not owned him, and v?e expeft pui>lick Mmiirers- io cwvarafulate, him In the ufual form,, Tfiey write-from iWani, that fome"vSenators are difla-tiiiijcl -witi'i the Ti'rle taken by bus Majefty, and in* tend to bring that affair before the Dyer, but there is no teuton to fear, that rhe hies will do any thing therein, chat may dilbblige �Prince,of whole Friend-lhki�theRepublick ftands. fo much in need ; especially, t'esjng tft'ey receive no manner of prejudice ithercT from. The prorelhrion of the Great Maftfer ofthe Ttfuconicjc Order is not much regarded, being found-ed,.fcponl'Qme Antiquated pre'reniloiis, which are out oJvdpprs ? long rime lince. The Government ofthe Electorate cf SMtmif have written to the King aboUc tile prepar.ajjoBs-ofclie Swedes in P&itram*, and defire^. ihat in c^esf^tJ, hi:, iVJa-jefry .will affift, them, a�-cqrd-tig�9 c,ive; -Treaties between the Families afBi&i^ dsiuiffgk-aiid fj.x�nf,j: Th.c^'^^Froops in rhatCoun-tf'Y.':W:BS?P�^o ^9 TO*rqh, W^'t'i not yet known : v^hirh way-thpy �reip.j*o',,) The^CbuTtf hw received; t -wc^nis ne,ivLv'th�p th^Piirtcefs jpf Jicfefyffl,, Daiagijleri- iff j\Ls,.. ' Afajie'flf jm^;"hqi d%aSi; as it wai iomfe nays ago-repxj/jjejii -,- ' � . 1 p begin to be fenlible. that rbeir Liberties wiJ| be bur, precarious, if the. Union of Fftmei and Spaa* is -poof Wftll _cemenret]. Oar Elector GJjrttinues his new f^v^'s^and as rjie French Envoy; Isdailyowirb him, fow-ftiffeEtatp, thatjiis Ele^ra^$i$&*fii'ia-; .cJinsee te.-fcflgw, tho many i&rlnotbelieve-;tbalf-he'-cari fo far forgetiiqafelf, as.cp joy.n with a Crow*!, '-which -sppofed ^.JE1fe^Qn/_againft,thofe Princes wbo rai$d ' ^^fiAMfi-,^ Ti>e..C6afreiace- which-'i-a�hklJ -|�ft^ighs;>eUy/seii tbe^ount'^i:mum.\ and' Jbdsfiie- s . tW�es.pW?e>ta'r,^s,Geaer.al fdt .FcpeTgrf Affairtf/nsftis jllorjf and therefore ic was' rfibu�hrrhe had fomet^ihg nejv:tO;grg|)or?-, J)ut we j>6c hcrar as: yer,;riJB-t'he,;' made ajjy^peiv'oyerturesy 'e>cceDt that h,e eoriferiiSd to,' fr�t/wirh r^em, 'ia rh�.-gtefeft.:ce o�Mx.\ Sianb^^n-. .flgnWftawie naa u:a at.Hrir, tnat jt irw- majeuy ur-r ��,Gr�jff �flf/'f^ Jiail any precsftr/ton, they -'on^fic be'dift:.-�culfiiri eiriieryat Paris or fimpoit?: The' Jpeptfrietofthe Stares � having, jjxprefled their.'diftitisfaftioa vvith-^hi's ' foon as the Weather permitsit.'and'onc o^the Bzlil-lions of the F, oo^ Guards whichjis here, is ^Ordered rube Teady to march to the Canf� ntzr'tiimegBcn. Ad*" rniral 'AllemitndeiS gone toimbark at the Texilon board our Fleet,, which'is to be fpeediiy reinforced^wjitlti feyeral Msii ?f War rhar arerirring out jv^^h/e u&\ moil e^peditioa., 'Tis faid�j1ror>s Squadron.is to Be lent into rhe freights for prdtecr/ing our Trgdtiin c/;c � Mediterrtnium,^ arid for iome other-ends yet unknowa to the- Pup'licjc.' Our laft advices from Gtrrnany give a more 'faybirbble accountof ifeeagiurs of that Coury-try jharl q^former. and no doubt but they will have a better prqfpedt, foon after the arrival cf Mr Stcp^j ztVitiimx, We long for our next Lettcrsfrrjm Wurfefa to know whether rhe news we hare * from.:-�'"s�0r -qf. the King of Poland's having"' efpoufed the Emperors Party, iitr> be deperidca upon. Th?y write from DahizJcSi that the Repubiick. of Poland being unanimous for continuing in Beace wicb. Sweden, they, hope", that his Polijh Majefty will be guided by tie Council ,of the Dye't of his Kingricint, Oftr - teeters frofii Sruffehi Antwerpsfaii other Spanijh,. piaTc'e* fay, that the Freflch taJk'of ?aking the Field in a fly�c time, but ifvthe 'Empero+^ia* fo great an Arjgyonj th^ Rbi'n'et as his Minifier Here aflures us, the F.rw-icb will be on the definfiyeiri the Netherlands. therein 5 rho\vi;have ten totd dji^tb ards Aidjxt'$kp that he Jhouid to 'much iBoMic in ttfeitf affairs^ Pppe's N^n^ici having by order oPhtf.Mafter; tepretCTttAlto ?h�%R�g, that the UoT/m Princes could not but be jealous of hij ikligns. egjeci-ally fincc the (essfflg of Mantuj ; That Miniite? has been tbW, that his Majefty would negkei Dothiog that hught prevuit a War in 7r^, arkl f fiat he would \Virhdraw his Troopsiiom'thecce as foon as the danger of thelnvaSftnon tlicpsrtof theiur.pcyor Ihpuld be-ov6rr.*.-J^ic Iving , l^ppointurl rbe. General Officers to coinmand hi3 rcfpcSivejjSnrijs. T&t)iiejp�irji/g�m�V, whofe fnwi^naod on;thcKtin�f has UBder Km 'rbe ^ttreietorofiT&wjt aa Iiwiwianc G fo that rhe Prince of ti^ti. the Duke of Ctiftrts, and theDidce t� B*�n tm williCqt favs dut Cajn^aigru nnleff'thcy go Yqtapfeer^ Tvhich manywonocrsr., ' ' '* ' .* ".. -. 'U,,\ Loiidip',;'-A$ri). ap.' Wehearfrpm .frjjsi rJat;'aRe-girheilt of Fdot.is embarked for *b� fFfi and|'tis iaid'�fhe Srjiia&tob" 'defigned .formic'C�a^. will fpee^iiySail- ":; '' .'