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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 8, 1802, London, Middlesex from XliC(C*ap December 8, to SEQUtfttAf December id, 17021 teatok&gh, December ?. �^He alvic^s Ptltvd vary more than ever, *b>uc rhe T^sgaf felons of Peace between his Pdtyb Mafeftymi the,Swede;. The hfl Letters from� D-mtxJtk told us ^m^. that it w� confidently reported, that the chief Preliminaries were agreed-, upon, and now "fh-sy writs directly f�>m Warfare, that the'hopes or Peace begin to' vaf?ifb a'*aj:,, me-Stew Xevarrd^mki Stcptritv of the Enrtbatfy of the RepifhUck, being r.e-'fjrnett.tpi'�a the.'$*fdi(h Army* wirhoue, any audf-ceic� of the Sing ;af Sweden ; Coant Piper having declared to him, that it would be to no purpofe, that rhe'Pv)!iOi Ambanadors.-ihould, give- thcmfelvet the trouble to co"ne to.tha Camp, dure being no likelihood of aiy Peace, as long as tcofe who fent them were To vilibly in the incereft of the;* of Poland, and CMfequenrly fo ill difpofed to perform ihe Smpirriil pait-of Mediators, as they propofed to be. Toe King of, PoUxl returned ro Thsra the lift pad from his f=!cr�r-Jqiwney and the next day. the BiLhops of Evurland and Culm, and the Deputies of feveral " Prts/p*n Towns waited o nbirri, and complained in  high terms of thedifotderj committed by his Troops, defiring that he 'would fend them home, but the King returned them no-infwerj and has n'Styer given audience ro the Secretary, the City of tiantzitkicm. to him upon the Ams account. Letter! from-thence fiy, that the Ms-iftratcs continue to take allpoflible precautions fortneir fecurity, and have refolded to raife the Tax of the xoo peny, in order to augment theirIranding Ifreops with 1000 men, �and defray all other naceflar.y charges for thedefence of their City and Territories The Stem. da. Bern Envoy of the French King continues at TAirrxrundera good Guard, notwHwanding feme Polifh Grandees have ptote&sd a^ainftTt,and ltis riot ye? known what that Mini ft et may hare done to exafperate the King to that degree. ' Paris, December r. The Marefchal of- Bouffltrt his given a fariafaSory account of rhe proceedings of the fsft Campaign, and the King kerns fatufied, tint he coufd do no more thart he did, confidering rhac the Allies -were filperior in number. This teafon obliges the Court to make all pofiiole endeavours in recover the glory nf our Arm*, and preffing orders are fent to the Marquis of Ecdvar, t� compleat the Spaaifn Troaps, and raife tfiotjo men mere, whic-1! together with our new Levies, will enable the King to be fuperior in ri.e Herktrland:, as well as in Italy 3nd on rhe Rhine, unlefs the Allies augment Jjfcscrifa their Forces. They fsemtp be afflaid of it tocr�, updjj advice horn Holland, that the Stares Generals have written a Letter to the Queen of England on that fubjetV Orders are lifcewjle fent to our l^reniiors to provide our Magazines with all necef-faries, thar oitr Troops may take the Field berimes, - the experience of fhe Jate War having convinced lis, that the early Campaigns have been themoft favourable to a*. The Officers of oiir Troops ire forbidden to abfenf themfclves from their Commands tspon pain of being cafhiered, except luch is are to be employed in railing Recruit*, arid other ne-ceffiiy Cervices telarjng roour Forces;, They continue tofry, that the King will gopextSpiing tb_Cam-Sraj, to rrf|i4� there-part of the-Summer, to be nearer to give the nectfury ordersro his Armies en that iide.. The lift advices, from timii fay, r,ha.t, 4nee the Rstreir of the CorjftJ!et�� Fieft fiOta ft* Kingdom is in a perfeS Tranquility, btrc they are very uneafy upon account of the prsparatians of"rhe King of Portugal, and many exclaim againfl the haughty Temper of rhe Cardinal Ptmcarr'ert, who fpofee difrefpettfully,of that Prince, when u was the highefi: Inteteft of Spain, to have all manner of regard for him, to keep him ii* our Alliance, or at leal^ hinder him from accepting the tempting offers made unro him on the part of the Emperor and his Allies. . ' Hague, Decemb. 3., The General Officers who irfc appointed to command the Troop? of the States this *vinter, are gone to their -relpeftlve Pbfts, which are regulared as foHows... Monlieur d'jfu^^uttqkk General of the Cavalryj k to command from the Mofell to t\e Dtftchy tifctepvet, that is, all the*F�eops ^Uittered in the A^'chbilhoprick of Ctlogn, the Dutchies of Btrgb and Juliert and jfix la Ehdpellt,h*v~ if>g under him ihe Sieur Wittinghof as Brigadier, of Korfe, and the uutsWiBut and Ueinchern Brigadiers of Foot. Count iillj is to command all out Troops in the City and dependencies of Litgb Mttftricht, Ma* ztjk, Sufieren, Sittard Hilierqtii, having,under hint the Lord Agrim and the Sieursi&'tt Laurent Brigadiers of Horfe, and the Sieurs Stutclaridt, Elt. Dbma, Berenfdtrfwi Mwaf; Brigadiers of Foot. Lieutenant General Pagtl commands; all the Troops quarter d in. Gutlderland tniGravt.trii \husch Flandtrt, \\ Slaiee. Fort St �nnnatt,-&e. Fott Lithind all other Fortsthe Sri&rW, is given to Lieutenant Gehsril Cthvni, arid the Sieurs Caput, Scbrattnbachi Amtnemazai\ Lauder,Brigadeers of foot, arcfo Command the fame under htm, Tiie States have given pofiti ve orders to the OfBeers/oftheir Troops" to uav^ rhem compleat by the ftrtt}6tl March, sport pain of their higheft d ifpleafure,and-ftuve gramedjj-'Rix-dollars for each Foot SolJierV RadbHars 'for a Trooper and Hotfi; to Rixdollars For a Trooper without a Hpifit, and So for a Horfe without the Man, 65 -Rixdollars for a Dragoon, Horfe and Man, but to for the Man alone, and 4? for a Horfe without the Man. The Regiments of Dhetftt, Smeiapdi and Ifinftati, which ate ro be imbaiked, are augmented each to 600 effective men by Detachnsenfs "of the Regiments, who were in the expedition of.-Ci-diz. and Vigt, as being already ufed to Sea. "''',_ , faltnouth, Decemb. 5. This day failed the Expedition Pacquet Boat with a Mail for Uibm, and at the fame time failed a fmali Bark with Corn and Fifll&r Listen. ^ ;. r- plymduth, Dicemb. 6. This day failed bft Ma-jefties Ship lpfmck,ini under hi i Convoy a Shipjfiom Gsinty, the Alice from Nero Tm-k and feveral other Ships from Kgt, Falmouth and Ireland* There is come, into this Pert the Blojfm Galley of and from Imdm bound for Venice, and the Margaret of tfinidm for Leghorn. Briflol, decemb. 7. Laft night canietn herflf'the Exchange Galley from Nevis. . ' , Deal, Dctemb. i. All the Queens .Ships aid butward bound JMetchant-meri Jaft, mentibned continues (lill in the Dovont, and fince, lift cime idovtai ii om&iiibai&rid Merikitit Ships. ^ hi* ;