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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 10, 1802, London, Middlesex TIC- - si; A rt.ii From .^^^yjfflua[cj;;>?p^ffl ;|:t|e^p-|m!a^:rg^2�^fe,-; r,1 : December 31. 'fit' TDyet adjourned on We 24th to the, :^t|/ beca>fe oiW Hoiy�>ays, ahd} phar $$,$' l^rtW ox' SpeaKci re-j porteoL.that, according to the ptdei' -n^ j giyen"J|Ha, he had attended the K.iag, Si^^t^it^^i^M^0y in the name of the DyettO; 'which "the King had anfwered to the. fbjjpwing effi$, 1 i.rjjhar he had done wnateVer teas'in' his power to r*ftore Peace in Lithuania, put feeing bis.gqod .had no effect', if was rieciuTa-rVthatthe Republicfcmould thjnk ot mofe.jeH&Su-ar means , to put art end ro thofe ComrSptipns. a. That the forbidding the Ambafladbr ot&atiitdrk th�; rSub'Hc Exerciie of his Religion, ought to be referr'd to the MarefchaJ or the Crown. 3. That his Maje-IJy did,noc know that any of his Saxon Troops were ftTll at Gitra, but-thacif the information proved tftie, rre would fend them orders forthwith'to depart from thence. . 4� As. to the-affairs of Livonia, that his'Majelt.y declared, as he had already done, that Re thought himfelf Obliged in confeience by the tfiMi .Conventai ko.wJUch Ke had fwor.n, ,tb recover au the Countries that had been difmembred from tije. Crown. Thit anfwer feemed too general, and tbe. Podjlolli JJihpwhsiu having prbpofedj. ,that, djfe ISpbiiity mould wait in a Body pn the Ling, to de-i frrenihYto apply himfelf fincerely, to the pacification of the troubles in Lithuania, this mdtaohweuld have been, approved, had; not the Lithuanians oppofed an Innovation contrary to th^.Privileges of the'Marefchals, which mightberjFa'dan-rrms, tonfeqiience, and they put the Dyer in mind bf what happened in the Rei&n of Henry oi Valbis, when the Nobility .waited in a Body upon him, for that Prince arid[hisCpurtiers bein^"!'afra?d ,Jqffome. oejfign; drew, ih'eir' Sabres, and two of ^ri^Nilhfip s -br Deputies were * killed'.' This b'pp6Lfit^nI'oc'cafl-oned great cleba'es^and they were fo.rdcd'to adjourh it to'the next day'. "" '" " Yefrerday they; fejumed the fame, and atlaftit was agreed, that "the Speaker or ''Mareicbal fhould attend the Kin'g^ajjd? .M*' Majefty) that the Treaty which w�$ i^rji� time ago Jet bfir^>cC for' adjufting the' difference*;.in' litbuaiti*, may. be renewed.' and that 'the' Senate and Dyet would name Deputies of their Body to aflift therein as dommifTioneTS. Soine; deputies of QftaPtlml. ha-, vlng,pfbpofsd, rtbattKe Ambaffadors bf the King oi'Drdmark .and'the King ff Prujfla fliould be defired ta remove from Wjrfdw, a Lithuanian inififte'd, that the French Ambaflador fiioiild be likewiferemovedt feecaufe, ss he fa id, it appeared his Intreagiies were pernicious to Hie Republick, b�r that motion was drb'pt. The Lith&i>h*\ and the Mobility of Lithuania were sdjsiCed. ''This t'ay the-Dvet met agiiri, and'the. Marefchal reporreJ. that the King had deckrcl, rhataNego-tialicrn ' for the affiits^)f Lithuania, jriould be fet on foot-cm the'id ofthe next month, and had appointed all rhe Senators in Tpn'n^or Comirrlllpmers thereiri. That his Majefty woit'd jive dire&ians to Prince; inguire into the cbjmp|airjt5 made abp'u|; t&e'^biick - A-W^tfsleFwith' xM^banijh Amba______ ons they defired. The^Dyet feem! this anfwer, but the LiibMniMs^ haying retxejfeatedk tnTg^k^Mde^ ^^iby^ ^40! thutnia^iptii. tfiaTji was'tijne 'that the. tefptioiicit" ffionlS'take that affair~i^ito .their ^fidjerati'pri, ic, was refblved that'"thTTlid- Negotiation ffiould be" coHcltwed iri three days, ^aiid that the cyet fliould-noMneer during that-time,: that eferyione burghs  contribute tbeir intwft towards the reconciiiati"' on-of rtntSafieba's and- the Nobility.c ,\., - The&- are all -the maVer^l things that havt been -tranfjQed fince the meeting of the Dyety'and' *tis very.furprizing that they ihoBld infiil upon, trifles, �rhile!ifhere i?a pbwetfbl Enemy in their Cbtmtry.\ This yifible unconcefnednefs gives Fifth tOrfevetal jfealpufies, but nothing, but time can. discover whether they are groundjefs or bo. The 'Uthuamaot have received advice that the Stent Oginski having inarched with a Body of Troops to fail on the Slides, he was obliged to retire with, a confide'rable lofs. _ "7  - t*4�*et January 17: Yelrerday a Treaty was fignedbetween jheStares General aiSd the' .^nd-g'rave of'Hep Caffelfox 3 or ^.oooMenbfKisTroops, which are taken inxo the Service ofthe'States.. Our . EetrerS'from Paris tjy,J(.hitthe King of Spain is re-cbvered of a Fev-er, but^hat his PhyficiaAS feeta", affraid t^fa d�(flu�iibri''on7Bis Lungs, ^jfiiat,Prince . is via^|ti^bife9 wi#tte'pr^^din^' or! the States of t^^dwV^/^^bi^ifVe^H^-tS that want bf Money, that he has been forced. !rb>w�rite roihe French King for Money to bear the charges of'his return from Barcelona to Madrid. ' The illfuc-cefs of the French in Italy Makes the SpaiiiarJr.yiiy iftibborn, and no doubt but whin they hear of the Grand Alliance ccnclndedin favour ofthe Emperor, the jfuftrian Party will begin to Ihow themfelves. They write fromCilogn that an Imperial General is' fqddenly expefted there to,'Gommand the Aiyciliary Troops, and that- the Elector of Ctlogn Jias' nof yet adtiiitted any French Troops into Bffww,notwithrtand-ihg IhS premng inftances of the French Envoy and the Marquis cf Momtrevel. His Councellburs be* gin to repent what they ~have done, a"nd have declared tb'his Eleftoral Highnefs that they wilf "quit his ferVice as fbori as he introduces any Foreigners into that place. Letters from C&jngsfag fay, that the'King of Sweden is marching WW^rjfitjtf,-and there is a report that Prince ALextmdtr Son to the lar.eKirig'ofP�/W is in his Army, and hopes to be chbienJCing, but'tis thought the good Offices , of & many great Princes, whp concern th;ejnfejves iri this"Affair, will hinder things from growing to that extremity. Pdris, Janaury 18. Our Letteis from thoutth fiy, that the Ship^ and Provifions for transporting 30000 Men into Italy'are ready, and the Troops are march" ing thither with all po(tif)le fpeed, being ordered td ImbarJt by the 10th of February. Thofe Troops are fo unwilling to go into that Country, that the Souldiers- deiert apace. They write from Sdlins in #h��7je'C(w�ff,that 10 Officers out of a Regiment^ ordered from thence ibto Italy have deferted them-felve's, a'fld are gone into Sreiprland, upon pretence of going after their Men who had run away froai their Colours. Our Letters from Italy fay, that the; H�ad Quarters of our Army were at 5* Daniete, apd that our Troops continued in the Ct'emineze. The Bridge "of 8oats which, Cazdl Mdggtort is brought up to trctritnd, a'ed aS fQO* asit isfix>d\ ;