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Post Man (Newspaper) - August 28, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorkal Account, &c. From 3Ct)ttTfDap Augull 28, to SatUlftap Auguft 30, 1701. frvw //� Imperial Army under Prince Eugene �/Sa voy, raw; Oiago �ai Ponteoglio, .^tfgu/? 18. t Rince Eugene of S*iwj> came this day ro this Camp with the Hotfe, Dragoons arid Artillery, and our Infantry is expected ro moi-ioiv. General P.t'fi continues about PaUr.-zuolo, and has mad-: levcra! (ietjchn'ents do-Wx. js.ths Rutt Add*, by whom : have advice.t.bat til- Inhabitants of the kllanez.i expect the Imperial Troops with the utmoft imparience, and ihew a great ze*' for the Emperor. They write, that the frencbde-iiro> the Country in fucha manner, that one would think they believe themfelves unable to keep ir. This gb.-ij Jilpolicion of the Country people is very advantageous to Prince Eugene, foi as foon as the French mike any morjon.we have immediately advicethereorf and ieveral of theijr parties have fallen into our hands by theirmeans.OurOfflcers haveVery much incouraged'em by t;is aflurances that they have given them.that Prince �ugcae will march in few days into the Milantze, and that we expe�t.a.great quantity of Arms to be given to then, that they �may contribute to the defence of their own Country, againfr the infblence ofjthe French. Our, parties have had but inconfiderable re-en-countsrs fince cjir Iaft Letters, forcho the French are encamped, within a few miles of us, thtirmen are fo difencour.rged, By reafon of the many advantages' we have got over them, that they dare not ftir out of their Camp. Our Spies having brought advice, that they talk in the French Army of pafilng the Oglio overt 10 Bri.iges in-order to attack us, a party wasfentout to obisr^e rheir motions, but they have reported that they continue very quiet onjthe other fide of the River, 2nd chat they Jmake no preparations to Jay Bridges on the fame. The Inhabitants of the Mibneze on this fide the Adda, make .prefling inftarices for our marching thither, before they are compelled 'to obey the orders given them by Prince Vaudemont to carry their Fob-age* and all other Prbviiions on rfiebtHer fide of the Adda, to deprive the Germans from fubfiftfng in thofe parti. Thofe re&fbnsare .prefling eridu'gh; but we hear we are to continuei feVeral day* flboiit this place, Prince Eugene waiting.for,{onte..reinforceotehfs from theErri* pire ; for tte fletacAments we h^Ve left in Cajtiglmt and feveral places in the Mant'uan, have weakened our Arm y| about 1500 man, whereas the French are much ftronger at. this time, than they were when .we patted the Mind*. We have.' the free pafiage' of the Oglio, and this Country is fo'.full of CanalsJJrodts! and Rivers, that we may avoid an Engagement 25 long as we pleafe. Rome, Auguft '13. Tha Imperial AmbafLdor makes a great noife here, fince the Pope hasappointeda Gar" dinal A Latere to Compliment the new Queen of Spain, and has entered a general Protestation againftany re-folution or proceeding of this Court, that maybe prejudicial to the Rights of the Emperor to the Spa~ nip> Succeifion. Signior Luig Pii>, who intended to take Holy Orders, has altered his refolution, ajid is gone to ferve in the Imperial Army. They Write from Firrara, that there is a great defection a-mongftour new Levies, whp run. away and Lift them* felves under Prince Eugevt of Savoy. Milan, Auguft 13. On Thtafday laft Prince Faude* Bim our Governour arrived here from Crivma, and propofed to the Magiftrates, to receive uoooFrencfc men in Ganifbn, for defending this place againft the Germans. The iVfagiftrates having taken that Propoial into confideration, anfwered, that they could not admit any Foreign - Troops into this City, but that if there was fuch a danger of an attack as it was fuggeft-ed, they would raife the Militia; but the Governor did not think lit to accept their propoial, left rhefaid Miliria fliould declare for the Emperor. HisHighnefs is returned to the Camp,having allured theAlagiftrates upon the word of a Prince, thar.t no Foreign Troops . fhould be introduced into this jplace, without theu content. The People exprefs fu$h afreflion for the-Emperor, that the Spaniards are obljgedxo Patrol night and day, to prevent them from,gettingi together to*; head. The Country-people quit their habitations,;i and retire to the Frpntiers, and the Nq^Uity are femt-r ing their beft efFefts to Genoa andI other places, aria a great number of'era are retiringJthir,hjejt . The French, commit great diforders in the Crewwj�s^..and^heir parties ufe the Country people a senern^ei, plundering their Houfes, and taking their Cattletriu>on pretence,, as they fiy, that they keep correibonjjence with the Germans. We hear from Mantua? that a confageons diftemper rages in that place, oc�aitqned, as 'lis faid, by the French\who were brought; into s:he llofpitaJgj after the defeat of Carpi, moft of^hftap;jire.dead,..and amongft others a Co|lonel,who iiye^ymnchregrecrjq} by the FrenGh. The German parties hlqck up fo clqjfe-]y that City, .that Provifions- begin tci be very dear therein, and the jieighbooring>| places will have no communication with them, becaufc ofthe contageouj, diftemper we have mentioned, -,/fie 0uke of Mxiitu* has fent a reprefentation of the condition of his Country to the French Court, ,buF�� w^U^ej yery difficiilc to relieve him in this prefer^ ^aB^ijire,^...The Frenck give our, that they will break up. in,few days to ftghc the Germans, who according to our bft advices,-continue in the ^frj'tfri Territories, - - Hamburg, Aoguftjo. Our laftJ[