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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 24, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hifloricil Account, From December 14, co ^ata^i^JSectAer, %6;ifi apace March. Jranckfart, December 13. Everal Dutch Officers are art ived here to raife Recruits for the States,and as chey give more Money than others, they raife men with great fuccefs. We hear from C*fel, that ; the new Levies of the Landgrave go on and ipomplested by the beginingof mim.,. That Piioce is making a g'eat Magazine at Khinfeld, for the /ubfiftance of hW Troops, and the execution of the! Projefts of the- next Campaign Prince Ltwis of Badat is daily expt&ed at Ri^jr, where be is to refide this Winter, to W ready to give the ne-ceflary orders to tbe  Imperial Troops under his .Command. That Prince ha? Polled fbme Regimenre in the Black Foreft, and ordered fame Redoubts and Portf. to be'ere&ed inconvenient places,jto make it impouibiefor thsfrtneb and Bavarians 10 joyn on that fid?. He hasalfo reinforced the. Troops polled in the neighbourhood o( iJordHniutn,under the.command of General that they may be ready to aft in concert with, the jjripejial Troops, whtcft *re to attack the Elector of Bavari*"on tfre^de tit^uftria. The Troops of Fronttnia are likewife drawing tip near Nurenberg to be employed againft that Prince, who feeing that the Empire-is declared against him, (attacks all his Neighbours, 2.1 if he was able atpne to cepe with the united Forces oiGtrtaartj. The Imperial Court having to no purpofe tryed all ppffible means to reclaim him to his Duty^pHrlfu'arit to the ajefire of the Dyet of Katisbmnt, have tefolved to proceed agairift him by force of Arms, and in the mean time to procsed with him according to' the Severities prefcribed by the Laws agaiirfViuch Princes whp makeLeagues and Alliances, prejudicial tp{h^Ejm perorand the Empire.contrary tb,the- Oath of Fidelity they have taken. . We expeft with the utmoft impatience an account of the Negotiations of,t�� Imperial, Englim and Dutch Miaifters in ftiejrWJaWj rfjpd Jxis hoped they will engage the HeltretickJBoijtp fccuie the Fbreft Towns, and defend all the Paffes on that fide: . ' Hague, December tf. The States; General receive frequent Memorials and?Petitions t�Iitihg to theSuc-ceffian of the late King of Etjgl*nd\ which are ,refeied to the Commifllohers appointed' for die fame jibut-thtir High MightiaefTes having njbiice; that fome of the Parties concerned take the Ijbet'ty to complain of their proceedings in this affair,.they thought ficon the lyth inftant to come to a refolucion an that fubjaft, which may be looked upon as shew "Apology* * They fet forth therein all the various fteps they * have made, for pcrfuadma the, ftveral Parties con- * cerned in that Succeflion, to co^ef-to aProvifional ' agreement, in order to difpofearr 'thmgsfor an. Arai-- * cable Arbitration. That thUjp^o&rbeing fp rea-' fonable in irfelf.aad aivanttger/aa jo all the Parties, ' their HigaMigh^asjfles wire tp;1lppeY A�* thf&me 4 would be urmun^y.a(pt^.W^:'^tiift'^]rp�r-; ' ceived at firft with all imagii^hje. to"jiacHoh, chat ' the (aid Parties leemed difppftirf Jto it, bat that qna ' Sudden their goad difporKions vitiiflwd �w�y- "JShii ' chair High Migheintfi^s; toe^done ^Beitutrnoff to ' wnew thefdid Negation*, d&ptfo ' cere,friendly and ijppatlialj j' p*rt ir) the w^d'^cmrft, ' of that atfeir that ijf^^ ' moTe,and therefore tJhgPar||es"fOpderji^'ih rJjfitSac-' ce'flion and nd' btfy'.eiG^^M io&x ^arg^wueh * the difficulties that Itiv^jy^ttd^^td^cp^cal ' offices|of the: States, Mrwithftaading4vhac' fdj^have ' puWifhed to the contrary.-  -i .^Vr"V �� The^ieur Irivoy of;'tiie.6impp qfWf^,bu . prefentetfa Memorial to. the States, -cqncern^i|^{aHJe Arrears due to that Prince from the CroWijoTWSwi ever finee the late WarVand affured their Higbjlrgh-tinelTes of the good difpolitidns of his Rafter for^.the Common ?aufe, and" ^/jfo.HigM^^^f^,1? put fome Troops into" their' fer�ice,^eti^'si|^ iqoo men which he has already therein." The ftate^fWar for the next Campaign. was&me fuddenly to be fS^tffcpt,'.and we' wit Mpnfieu? Cramnburg our En voy istWetodtfrbm ti�*iioifeland ItO ..^ ________ ... ^---Jy owned; rekting co them chifion of the C^r pf'AtWn- �t ar&ir ofVigi has Ve�y j^rtfea'djiriined the iiitiignei. ��!^t4ieFreaehih rjole CHmates� The -Mujoviiu Am-^sffa^oriefidmffKiriitelf^wtina  in ant of his Mr^riraod the great |(tter|tlShV he  has rsade in: his Dbuiini^" according1,^ t&e1 b�ft modols he h^-xk&nt&^^Tb^^^^^-. amongft other things, that he has entire jW7 Tcfonu- in hu Militia, '^^^s^^mmmwm^i ArraTes they brought into the Field wetej^flageEtnd Has thonght ftt,tp disband.*g*u^inany,of t^miitrj^ we near from. fci�t���rthat Aeiad *bom $#race^ lifter6ftheKrigof ^*�%,asofaWMJg �oc|ped, kita that ^y^^^mm^^^^i riere being * N*gofctttKtfioOtt|fcor foxythgwmg* to fee vety Bt&iim .l84*fc birfnViot%S*�M ;