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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 29, 1801, London, Middlesex And die Hiftoriol Account, %linrtoap May 1,1701. Milon^ April so. Ince the arrival of the Marefchal de Catinat frequent Councils or'War have been held at the P iiacc about the fecurny of this State, and r.i'c General lee out on Widnejday h{\, with --_ Counc TbcJJe, and fb:ne other Queers, to v:e.v rhe places and paifes on the Frontiers of the Cour>:zy offetiia.Thc neceffary otdef?|fven for rhe incantw'flg of5our Troops, and the DiiTce of Savoy is expc&Jjl towards the midd[f of the next month to put iumfctf zi Hie head of theConfedsme Army, which is ci 48 Sqi________ . together with 12 Bitallioos, and zo Sqiudrons efthe Duke of Savoy, will majje 76 Birai'ioiib, and 90 Squadrons of Horfe, and 18 or Dragoons. TJie liarrilbn of Mremdda has; been reinforced, and they repair the Fortifications ofthat pliceand Mantua, from whence .Count Gzfldbarco, En�oy ofthe fi nperor to rhe Duke of that Name, has been ordeted to depart, for hiving tiled fome threading expreflions againft that Prince, upon account of his admitting the French Troops into ftls Cicy. The Venetians continue to provide their placei, and to raife Men; whereupon many are apt to conje&ute, that they think that their Neutrality will be butfhort jived. The Dake of Modena has- not yet be;n brought over to our intereft. They talk here of a Marriage between the' King of Spain, and the Princ;fs. of Piemont, but that requires confirmation, tho they tell us from Rome, that the Miniftcr of Savoy has notified the feme to the Pope. Vir�.nz, April 2|. ' The Papers that were found ' with Captain Lotigueval, who was lately feized upon ' advice of his cotrefyoncHng with our Enemies, have " difcovered a mote important fecret than itwasat* ' firft imagined, for they have found therein a'pro-' je�r of a Confplracy againir the Emperor, and-of a ' great InfurreCition in Hungary. The particulars we * have bejn able as yet to karn, are, that Prince Ra- * gotiki, Schirmay, one of the chief Inftrumenrs in the ' late Rebellion, Count Serzeni, the Biihop of Coloz^a, ' aad feveral other ConfpiratOfS, had drawn up a pro-'jeft of riling in Arms agiinft the Emperor, but" ' being not able to compafs their defign, without 4 affiltance from abroad , they rcfolved to_ apply ' themfel'/esco riie French King, and fent by Captain ' Longiteval the projerc^ of !ffteir Confpiracy, with a ' Letter, wherein they teprefenr to the moft Chri-' (Han King, how eafily iiltfy may feize moft of the ' ftrong places of Hungary, while the �Jarrifcns are ' Co weak by reafon of the Ttoops that have been de-' Cached for Italy, and how advantageous their infiir-' region will prove to his Majelty; defiring at the ' fame time a fupply of money, and fome Troops out' ' of Naples, in the neighbourhood of which Kingdom. ' they chiefly ground their .hopes. Their Confpjracy ' is ftill of a large extent, for {r afmed at no lelVthan ' extirpating the whole Imperial Family, while they ' (hould be at Vaxemburg, a ntUiHng Seat of the Errlpe-' ror. That hejlifli defign being diicoveftd by the feizing of iMguewalit Ltntz, General Solar was fent with all hafte to Hungary, and Ragotski, Scbirmey, Ber&cni the- Biihop of .Colozza, and feveral' others Were feized, and are to be brought hither. Thofe chief Leaders of that Couipiracy are all Roman Ca-tholiclcs, and we don't hear as yet of any Proceftant being concerned therein. Whither they were to be affifted by the Turks,ds nor yet known ; but whatever it is, neceffary orders being, given for the fecurity of Hungary, the Troops