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Post Man (Newspaper) - August 5, 1801, London, Middlesex KK N an: And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From Xlicftfiy Auguil 5, to XlJUttDft? Auguft.7, 1701. Rome, July 13. ^Ardinal Grimtm being informed, that the Spaw'jb AmDuirado? had delircd the Pope to propole in the firfr Confiftory. rhe nomination of Cardinalp^^ to the Bilbop-rick of Calahoira, in tfie Kingdom or Mi-vir, by the new King of Spain ; his Eminence made a Piotiftation againft it, and all other Nominations to Eccleliaftical Dignities in the Spanijb Monarchy, made, or that (hall be made by that Prince, as an invalion of the undoubted Right of'the Emperor, who is the true and fole heir of the late King of Spain. He defired on Monday Jail in the Conilftoty that was held, that his Proteftarion might be entered in the Regifters, aryi Cardinal dsGiuiiici having �r rli�: lame time offered a Proceftitiori on ue part or the new King of Sfain, the Pape told them, that he would notfuffer any Prote-ihrion ro be nude in his pretence, and that they might apply themselves to the Apoftolical Chancery. The Pope held the fame day a Congregation of State, wherein it wasrefolved to fend j Cardinals, a Latere to the Courts of Wanna, Madrid, and France, to endeavour ro bring matters tt> an accommodation, and prevent the great calamities C hriftendom isjthreatned with, by reafon of the Spanijb Succeflion. Cardinal Grimani his difperfed a world of Copies of the Msni-feito of the Emperor, and the French ate preparing i fliarp anfwer thereunto. The Amba/Tador of rbe Emperor has delivered to the Pope a Letter from his Ma* fter, about the march of his Troops into the Ferrareze, which his Imperial Mijefty excufes, upon account of neceffity, and promifes that due fatisfaftion fhall be gi ven for the damages the Subjects of his Hoiinefit may have fuftained on that oecauon. That Ambaffador rook that opportunity to notify to the Pope, that his Maflerhad concluded anew Alliance with England and Holland, for preferving a Ballance of Power in Europe.. and preventing thedehgns of fuch, who have made it rheir onty ftudy, during the whole courfc of their Reign, to difhirb the Peace of Chriftendoro. The Baron de SeJJtMt, late SecretiTV'of the Imperial Am-bafly under Count Martmitz, is returned hitheT, as Agentof the Archduke Charht, and was on Tuefdaj laft admitted to the aadience of the Pope in that quality. They write front Naples, that upon the news of the advantage obtained by the Imperialifts at Carpi, the people have exprefled a great joy, and that leveral Grandeei of that Kingdom went thereupon, privately to their Country Seats, which makes the Viceroy very uneify, being iufpicrous rhat they ate retired into the Country, to prepare {heir VafTals for an infurrefti-on in favour of the Emperor, when occafion fliall offer. Bmm the Imperiahirm* at'la Cafina della Pulvere, be-iaeen Pefchiera and Pbori, July 29. Prince Eugene of Savoy having given all, necefLry directions for our march over the Mincio, and the further execution of the orders of the Emperjor, his Highnefs went him-felf on the 17th to view1 all rhe paffages of that River, between . Pefchicra and S; Lane. Toe fame day rhe whole Army marched in very good Order tovqardsx the Mincio, and came the next morning near the Banks thereof by Sallianz.4, where we laid a Bridge, over which the Army palled with fo much diligence, that before night it was drawn up in Battalia on the other fide. The DefrrtetSj who come over to us in great number, had fo unanimoufly reported that the Ene my designed to oppofe our paffage, that our Genetai expected to meet with great opposition, feeing it viS hardly poflible to conceal Our march, they being in-camped within twoLeagues of the place where we have palled, yet we have feen do body, and we have not \o[\ �ne man, where we were affraid