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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 20, 1802, London, Middlesex "1 T_" And the Hiftorical Account,' From ^uefaap January 20, to r.v. faiw ,, arc facVcla. of catjwn^ of rt-Pr#*, Haguer January 27. "-Eiiear. �tom Rannwer,. that the differences between the EJeQor ofafra^narhe with his Bidthers, . concerning the fucceffion -of Ztl\land -other DomeHic Af-happily; ajjuffea" to the great latis-that Iiluftrjous..; Family. The Ratifi-ths Treary -concluded with the King ----- . who is come inro the Grand Alliance, �r.e arrived from,Perlin, and will be forthwith ex$hat�ged. Our Troops- continue to march to-watoV C$kgn, from whence they write, .'tfia't the Bifljop of Kaab is ordered to declare VV^ragaipft the EJcgtor of that name and. ifi's Confederates,~,ariA we hearrtheCouncil of-War held fomfe daysragpicDj^/-(ferf had that matter under confideratiori.. ^ThejjCon-feqerate Troops, continue, to draw near fyjkrjfraert and Rhimberguen, wh)ch; .places are not wrei], -pr?� pjded,- and 'tis; thpugh? the, War, will, begin With fehftSjege of thafe places.; Triey talk br.fo$mirig a Camp-near Maellficfe,; whkli will make,it,yer^ dif-fitajit.for tjfe French, fXtj relieve- the Sfanijh places in XSaerdtrland. The Ele^o'f pf Co/^n having^ received fexertt .complaiats.^fithie difprders comriytted by the Stench in his DamijJfpns, has complajnetf of it to tbe^Matquefs ofJ^rajMsi? hue 'tis lai^i rhat occa-fwrtedi fome; hard. Words,, between" his EJeEroial i^tghrlefs: and that; General j the former,pretending that the French did not perform their prbrniies, and the latter infilling oft the.admiffiqn of tfjs ,French Troops into Bonn. Our Letters" from JuijerNdrrh Swing advice of the Reconciliatipnt0f tfi^\Sapiehat wijji r.he Nobility, of Utbitsnia,* wlikhu\ye Hope will Verysjnnch contribute: to the Peace between the King pf Swei&tt and l|he King of Ptiand, ,which is fp much the more wiflred for, hecaufe thofe two 'Pririces appear inclined to fendmoft,flf theif Troops againft France. They write from ,Viem* that the Ernperoris reiolved tohave 80000 iVJJeri in.Italy C-jrinaign, and thai; a v�fr quantity qf Provifipris and, 'Ammunition ars. .finding rhitn^h'wjth a'fuf-ficient number of Horfes to. remount, their Cavalry. Notwithftanding the Eleftor of Bavaria ieems -re-fplved to ftand Neuter, fome private/advices fay, that the fuccsfs of the Jmpeziil Aimiiti-Italy his made him lomewbat wavering, and 'tis hoped that the news of the Refo-Iutions of the Parliamentjpf England, will make hirafeniible thatit is.his interjft to joyn with the Emperor and the reft oS-Eumps, a-gainft a Prince on whole Ftiendfliip he can never : rely- The States of Holland areftill' AlTerabfcctjbJat intend to adjourn to morrow for a-fortnight. j'Qnr Sea preparations are carried on with an unufual diligence, and 'tis laid that aftrong Squadron is to be ' fent into the Mediterranean. Paris, January- zS. The Mareicfiai. of FOleny has ^written preffin-g Lettersto the Minifters, and defued them to give the King a true account o� the affairs of Italy, for he thought himfett obliged in Honour and Duty to let shem know, that the Troops undfr his Comrpand are fo weaknedand difcouraged, that if his JVhjefty will carry on the War with filccefs in that Counrry, it i�. r,ecelfary to recall all cheTroops that were there hit Campaign, and - fend others jn their room. II� lC'.junints rhern slirf, ffiatth'eKing" cannot rely upon the Italian Princes, jprVnbtwitfi.-ftantfingth^ix fair prbteftatiprjs,"he iscorwirice^'py underiiablfe'" ihftances, that they, favour undernlnd the Imp�rialifts, and will .dec^re egaiaft^f^J^r ever they hiye a fair opportunity. Whe'ifjiejiof apt the Miniflfers.have'notdiiTerh^jea.;thofeatJ^lgeSj^s a ftcret,. which' we do not igreteha to kno^w  ptij: whatever it is, 'tis certaV'tii^^ \)p6n'rtie^]^.|^e^^ from England, the King, hejej a jgreat,CpiirLptl,6hjfhe} affaiw Qt,Sf/ria and Italy, whpreJn the Piike oiaar* court drijr.]Ur/e AmbaiTador to Madrid afl^fte^i^aijrf ^ii faid it wasrefolved to lend into the Afi'/lan^^agteac-ernum{)errpf Troops than'.it *as a^ firftt inje^ded; and that the' King of Sfyiu lhall^o by the.b^Mnyjg of liftril to Uaflet. mon(tetu Ckamilla^lipijf^rp^ other Mjnifters pppdfed that opinion,'as^ W^ll' as the Djike oJTHatewft, whp.havirig a'm'or^l^'r^ettia^ kripwleM?'Co{ the a^irs of(5^A�, and tbfc .''3jlpoHti- fer|u4^ the; ig'^W qf ftbi Hoi _ . . io i^cpMaejaoTe .�s,tO;pe flighted, and .that. rthey wdr^d'iceVtaiu'jy appear, 'if' his Catholicfel Maj,e(l;y. Vece^vM |p'y dilgr'acii in, Thofe ieiio'ns rnjijit haVe, p^aps',preyailed,'put the Dauphin irnoxaced the$j>W^'jrwfll Jiotaccqm^ny tBe King but'tis not ya^Rop^n .whet^r,her Majefty will" gP.jtOjUadrid, or" continue at Barceknd till the Caoipaigri'is over': ^^f,|a^ fetters from tnenfe fay,that therjj^re.rtces b^t^ejsrt the Court and the States of Catatonia^ are ha ppilVj Vadjufted^. an(J that the latter .have'granted "aTUjPJjl^.pf 3 millions qf jL^vres, fo be;paid iri feven y^'ajj-j jTueKm^pF^w*isinrirely.reppyeredy-and hisjPliyi^cian.s bav�'�ivifed him to weara'Perriwig �^mftfead^pf^ his pwii Hair, being of opinion tharthe 'flea^jVcfiijjei-jsoften troubled with, proceeds in a kgreat r^lu^ from that caufe. Moll of 'fig Troops in Catalonia ajte- ordered*for Napier, wirh 4 BatalHons .'of ipur. owii , pur Court being ferilible^ that the "Emperors ^irty in that Kingdom is very confidera-,bla.. The rinanimous fefolutions 6F the Parliament .of England rhake us very uneafy, and our Gazetreer is fufficierjitly laughed at for.his reined Politicks.ani People ask here noWj what is become' of,his Court and, Country party?m England,, on 1 which he feem'd ,to lay JTogreataiftrels, as to inlatge'upon it in' gveiy 'Ga?Ktte Ke'jBas.5publjlned, frptu,tthe- diflblution of the'laft.Parlfamfint 'to.tHe rneetingvpf the new one, when all the World is convincedva/id h� js farced, to .own it himfe'f, tKat there., was.^ev(sr>a grepter , unanimity in ttoj AJfernb'lyv. They.contjnpero iaj, that the King of Spain has 'deflreij, tKat .fie prince ive-the cliiefCominartdof lis Armies "of ContlmiJ h;ave. ;