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Post Man (Newspaper) - August 14, 1801, London, Middlesex K N N f ma* f �r- IT *~ . And the Historical Account, &c. From Xi)l\X$lty Aug-uit j4i to ^atUTM? Auguit i� 1701. Pari;, Au^uR 2o, Ur lattadvic-'s from our Army in Italy cf che ruii intrant cell us, that the Duke of Savoy, with Monsieur Culinat, is encamped ar C.-?//t7 Franco and Ifila de Dove-r-:fi InHii frarwTirfi on the Banks of the Qglit. ro oppolc the pauage of that River, and that Pr/.icc Eugene of Sawy Is encamped at slftla on the Chief* neir Onefa in che Mnntuan,.of which Country rhr. G;rmMis an entirely Matters, except of the Capiral rity, which is provided with'a very good Garrifon. T.'^v-y iiiU u? t/iar the Imperii lifts Ji ve in a manner ar discretion in the M-uiluan, which .has obliged the Duke of Mantua to write to the King co represent that hi- Subjects are entire!) ruined, and complain thac he lias been abandoned by the Foicesofhis Maietty, from whom he expefted protection, according co the v-comiijs made muoh'im by hisMajefty. The complaints of chat Prince aredoubtlefs well grounded, but therr Is no polBbiliry to hdp him in fhisprefenr jun--:;bk, unlefs our Army receives fuch reinforcements a? to enable our Generals ro repafs the OgUo to fight the Grrmans, who expefr a great body of Troops from Germany. They write from Milan, that the Bmperor ru�. fent-Placaerts by the Pott to the chief Mag^lrrates, wfrereby he exhorts them to ftukeoffthe French yoke>-a:id iubmit to him, proruiling in that cafe to their City an exemption of all Taxes and Duties whatfoever for i2.years, and threatning them in cafe they perfift in their Re&ellion, to ufe them with the utmoft fe-verify. The Abbot Orfari and the- Ba;on de Gula Sar-r.* have been feized at Mantua, and carried Prifoners to Pavia, for holding Correfpondence with Prince Eugene of Savoy'; and we hear Monfieur Catinnt complains that che Emperor muft have great Friends in the Cduncil ofWai, havintj feveral times obferved, that Prince Eugene has rn.ide fome motions, which a wife Generalas he is, would never have done, had be not been informed-ef.thc refolutions taksn by the Gef nerals of the Confederate.Army. Thofe infiriuatiohs iiom levell'd againft Pjince VaUdemotti iai.{omt others bur many are of opjiiion, that thole1 reports may be raifed for excutlnglhe Conduit of Mortfieur Cafinat. The re-cilling ofiijhac General is ttill uncertain, but the many Lampoons that are current againft hia*, feem an infalJihle prefage of his difgrace, tho the pub-lick voice is not always to be depended upon, and e� peciaDy in fuch a cafe as this, that is fc contrary to the Maxims of oik Court. Toarvillc was made Maref-chalcf fr*Kce, to comfort him againft the difgraca he received from Admiral Rutfd at/* Hogv.s. Bouffierr was made a Duke, kir be ihould be overwhelm'd vith. grief, for having furrendered fJarnw, when it was ' agreed on all hands, that he might have defended htmfelf fome days longer. Villeroy him&lf was continued General o>"?h� cliief Army in the Netherlands, tho there was an univerfai outcry againft him. TaUard is preferred to a greater Pott than ever he had, tho God knows how he behaved himfelf in the Siege of RbipfeU. And ate not thefe acts of the Generality of hisfytajefty a fufficien: "round to believe, chat Monde ur Csttinat will nor rrtset with a b.Vrder fate, conll- our Gazette thereupon, being examin'd ijXfn af-fembly held, in the Palace of the SpaTtiJb Ambaffir, was �declared null and void, becaufe it was made before the Confirmation ot the Nomioation of Cardinal Borgia to the Bilhoprick of Calaharr*' in the Kingdom. of Savor, by the King of Spain, v&$ propoferj j and that Cardinal Qrimim made no prdtefiation againft it, when the Pope propoied it in a Com^flory. How far, the skill ot our Abbot Gazetteer in matters of Law is to.be depended upon we don't know,, but indeed we Should have been very much furprized, if the Validity of the Proteftation of the Emperor againft the Title of Philip the 5th, had been acknowledged in an a/Tembly held in che Houfe of his own Ambafiador, and which confided of the Cardinal ProteQor of the affairs of that Nation, and other Creatures pf Spain. This account befides implies a cutfed inuendo, for from the literal fenfe thereof, we can but infer,rhac the Emperor had a right to make that Protefhtion, hue was wanting in the form, of delivering the fame. London, Auguft 16. Our Port Lettersyefterday fay from Plymouth, that his Majefties Ships the Anglefy, Hajiings and Lixxard are arrived tfcere from the E*ft Indies, butlalt from. Barbados*,and the jfnglefcy and Liz.-&.~.rd with the 'Midway failed thence to the Eaftward; there is likewife airiyed there the Dmthy of Biddiford from Venice, and the Bariary of that Town from Bar-badoes. From Deal, $bi\ Q of his Majefties Ships of War ;