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Post Man (Newspaper) - February 12, 1802, London, Middlesex at 8** J? r- r' ' jffid tlie fiftftorjcal Account, tftpate with '^&f Little ygby Francis Ltjaoh, � EJliotV Court to--part with any, nb$witlj[� imnaing, tne loUtcitawnS; of the, Minifkrs;. and wwle noijrbj.thiajftwutbe King . ierSrltW? ,W Itht ^^md?Sah iWWwi thiiyfeen>rtfi�lv*d to trite tfcejfefe courf. ilPSSSSS ^W�a^l�uy �iy upon this Qo^fei^t mMuM Monarchy. Tto: tffa^iMtf^, S^W'^ry klnfcj^tf^M-, as our Gazette ghra,%:W,i|^r, �^fi(i#jftSk.matterofcalldifcourfcj, tM'd Bri*1to&mfrdik:^^^Ifadotf ttSfe fteWofcy Letters from thence give an acconrif *fUi ^^rmyfaBWif y�&di�r�ric &�to�itirn *hU nrt��^> �A.^xtSaasiim^ approaching War, Jforthe thrifty *r* C$faliu&&;Wl___fi Man ffir^Fr^WRe^iiHelitH 1$ of th^mWftSl.' ftftjttfflWttejf 1 , thefofemnrty of ffic r^oteigt the' Scat. areropiytothc'Kiri^of^Wontheiif Dakft*f^hat Fto^rr^l&tih^ a^' fime, indieOtth^KSffr&rfiisJ^^1 ,4,!' feem ikifmieh-oitt ;6f rc^tfdL _. T_. ... . . , which they wtfoldfaio rtatt fom> a&^ratjd^s.. 1% appears: more coniideTable, and feme LerreVs male'T? priviledgeSOfthal'PrdHrtfieV Which t^ KirrgTwears abpy^ jopo men, inftead of jop that we were told,-toimifltaittMe, Thiit %ij�aU not tl W,tinTe. .cadj �t firftv ,iTis certain, drat onr Troop's behaved them-' ler|y,'^ftRbutthe cdnfent of the, .felves yei * "  eifTcuidu^f l!^!t^l�u>b$filei^^ t& j^rMpnJjftr Qu^Wi*^ yety, firft^M�fi6fe pfti^U^no^ gjrf,!^�?�*-l ra^iW'ft coaldV^ve^reteelti^haclftince iiW/r' would ten. farai'k'd'Ui^a^'ie nW^'' Mftn; together the Qer^: VerjtiWeiJ^ notwrthftauding the1 confufion the* A.'tu**'ktVG8Biit& '4ittnaz /Chriftia* Kineboafts 'of, during Ae.courie of his ^fe^owarmer^ grounded than this, They the dt whatthey think fit', nough; ro'kcepir, becaui'e rheir Troops orrthe other The Arrive reisrtin* to Foreigners ought .certainly  fide, of the Po, could not jayn them, or elfe-were to be laid affile 'at thtS' junSiire, when the French beaten out of the place by our Troops j for if it be, fwarni in thefe P�ovinces,and have the thief manage- fo, that AQiori properly called the tallimj ment^pf Affairs;but Oaths,,u f�His,areoQC;fomuoh; and re-taking Qrcnms" The misfortune of the'JMa* regarded as formerly.' We baye advice from. th� refchaF ofPTtltrtf is much. lamented Efy his Friend*, H*gket 'that in a Councilpf War held there, in ihe and indeed his' fate is veVy hard. The bUmeof the prefenc*e of the Imperial Envoy, it was refolved tp plac* beffig -ibrprized lyes chiefly at his door,-and' attack the French,.to'-give tl�em..a-.diverl�on, has nofhine-in the dhi The new! .of rbe attack of Greptw*, by that Prince^ adviceof-the djfpolirlonpf the Princsi of the Empnre,' and f�izing the MarefchalofK/tflace, and we.longtp^have.the'parti-- CbeBitrif'omfeivpy, wrires, that (ir>ce the refolutions' cularsof that Aftion from more irnpartial4iandsthan i of the Parliament cf England v< knosva in rhe �m-the French. !  P'ie; fevefa! Prin'ces'begi.ntoalter their fryje, aid Parit, February ig. The return of the Mij.qd-'fi'...tHe El'effdr of 6A)isri* hi^ielf has given cauie of of &er/�?M  to B�^,*'wich tae 'Sqtiad^on-nnd^r "hisr miftroftto our 'Miqiiter*, norwirhtlartding the ftriflr Commarrd;-mikes t&e;Cou.rc: very u'rlealy'j^Vnd {be � '^glgwents'bt *�'ai entered into '-Wwlv this tiown tather'the mors, 'becaute.4!^. the World knowing'he .snds^M^a^-*iih*-^h�cWi�Js 'of the* fimpe'ror a. was ftnt into' th; WeftjnUiet; to.'Corjv.oy ^horns'.tbe-. �^"dnj^.-^heBiel^^f.ffc/^ The Court of St Qtrpjut. GiUso^s, tlrey ate apt ie' coiTtd'tade^ .that thi'S/**^. "."^ai; pa^f^'t great �ni3ttific�ion;. thp tSfey ou^tr ;