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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 30, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 86\ G G G And the Hiftorical Account,, &c. From X!)UCfD4p January 30, to �>atUtelap Febuary 1,170!. Rente, January i y. ""�S^H E Envoys of Tufcany and G�w4, and fome other Princes of Italf, have had audience of the Pope, and acquainted him fhat fome Batallions of the French JbsL- Troops are already arrived at Pinal. Thtle Princes fecm to be mightily concerned thereat, and this Court is not without uneaiinels in that point. The Ambiilador of Viiuct has frequent conferences with tka Pope's Secretary of Slate, about the prei-finjj iiiirancev made unto the Republick on the part of the Emperor, for obtaining pafiage thro their Country inro the Milamjt, and lacing the French are already in It My, the Venetians; it feems, cannot put off any longer to ijTve a positive anlwer to his Imperial Ma-jefty. Th; Pope holds frequent Congregations of Statj on the prefent jufrure of a^fiirs, to advile how-to preferve the Peace of Italy, but that,appears al-moll impoiTible. The Ambailador of the Emperor has delivered to the Pope an anlwer of his Mailer, to the Brief wrirten unto him by his Holinefs, to di(I\vade him from War, and offer him his Mediation about rhe Succaflion of Spain, but'tis faid the Courc of Vienna if of opinion that it is yet too foon to refer to a Negotiation a matter of that importance. The Imperial Ambailador has again defirsd of the Pope the Inveftirureof Naples and Sicily, but hi? Holinefs has given him no pofitive anlwer. They talk of railing fome Forces for the-fecurity of the Ecclefi-ailical State, and orders are fent to the Governour of Ferreira to ciufe rhe Fortifications of that place to be repaired wich all poflible fpeed. They write from Naples, that the new King of Spain was proclaimed there in great pomp and folemnity on the 6*h tnfrant, and that they make new Ls.ies throughout that Kingdom, for reinforcing the Spjuijb Troops in the Mila-r.tz.'.. Lisbon, January .". T�-.::> Court is gone into mourning for the Death of the late King of Spain, which has been notified to his Majerty by an extraordinary Envoy of the Regency ot Spain. The King holds fre-qmnt Councils of State, and the proceedings of the new King of Spain in taking hi:; Title and Arms of rhe Kingdom is highly refe'uted. Our Minifter at Madrid is ordered to enter a foleiTTn protaftarion againft it, as a manifeft infraction of the Treaty of Peace, concluded in the year x66S, between the late King jflphonfo and his late Catholick Majefty by the Mediation of England, Whereby rhe Spaniards renounced all manner of title and pretentions upon Portugal, and never flncc till this time took our Titles and Arms. We hear his MajeDy Jintends ro fortify fome of our Frontiers, p.nd that orders are given our for building ieveral Men of War. The Count Wallenjleyn, Envoy Extraordinary of the Emperor, has frequent Conferences with our Minifters, but has not yet had his publick audience of the King. We hear from Ieveral parts of Spaiu, that their new King has been proclaimed with extraordinary folemnity, and from Cadiz; that they expeft in that Harbour a Squadron of French Men of War. ..Berlin, January 15. Our Letters from Cmingtierg-tell u% tjut their Prujfian Majeftys are tofet out from thence as this day or to morrow, to return to this place, where great prejiJHcions are making for their reaeption. We hear their Maiefties will fuddenjy go to the Court of CaJJd. The States of Saxony continue ,_, their Seflion, but have not yet agreed^to the Propo-fal made unto them ofraifing 6000 men. The Danijh Troops in that Country have received orders to hold themfdves in areadinefs to march, but whether they" go into the Emperors or King of Poland's fervice, 'tis yet uncertain. Our advices from Mittau have broughc no news of the fvedes, and they tell us that they have no manner' of account of their rn^rch, fince they broke^upfrom Nerva, fo that we don't know whether the Krtig of Sweden marches into Mufcovy or towards Riga. An Exprefs from Viema is arrived here,, and having left fome Diip.itches, is gone dire&ly to'Cw rtngsbergt The Affairs of Lithuania are in the fame condition as by our former, and the Nobility feem refolved to continue in Arms, till they have received full fatisfa&ion for the grievances they have fo often* complained of, relating chiefly to the Houfe of Sif piiha. Brttffils, January 31. The Sieur de Puijegar, Quarter Mailer General of the French Troops, continnes his8 Conferences with our Minifters and Generals, and 'tis faid is ro fake a Houfe in this City. On Friday ]$ft anExprefs from theMarefcbalaVBo^tr/ arrived herefrom Lijlt, and the Ele&or fent yefterday in the afternoon the Chevalier de Courcelles, to confer with that General; who, as 'tis< faid, is fuddenly expeSed here. We hear a great body of French Troops are to come into thefe Provinces, and keep Garrifon in our chief Towns, and even in this City: The Prince of Tilly fet out Poll this morning for Nivelle ; but upon what account it's not yet known. All the Bavarian Troops are to evacuate this City exseptthe Regiment of Guards, which confifls of 3 Bacallions. The B-leftor of Cofogn is fhortly expe&ed here, to confer with the Elector of Bavaria on th� pTeient junfture of affairs. 'Tis confirmed, that the Dutfh Troops are to march out of all our places within few* days, the King of Spafn not thinking fit to intruft the Guard of his Country to the Troops of a Nation,who have not yet 'owned his Title. Hague, February 4. The Foreign Minifters reC-ding here are extraordinary bufy, and chiefly the Imperial and Portuguese Envoys. The States fent fome days ago fome important difpatches to their Ambailador at Paris, and the return of the Exprefs is impa� tiently expe&ed. Our Letters from Vienna continue to fay, that the Imperial Court is refolved to carry on a-vigorous War in Italy, but their Troops are ftill in their Quarters, beeaufe of the rigour of the feafon ; which.does not allow them to march. They tell us, that Prince Lewis of Baden is returning into Bohemia, from whence fome People conje&ure, that his High-nefi has mot-ebtained the Prerogatives he demanded. The Coronatioh of the King of Pruflia has occafioned great rejoycings throughout bis Dominions, and they have celebrated the fame at Embden with great mag� nrficence. There is advice, that t\e Spaniards hive RoptitVenelo and Rurmond feveral pieces of Cannon, the States were fending up by the Maefe to Maftricht, but what pretence they had for that aftion, we do not yet underftand. Our Letters from PVarjaw tejll us, that the King of Poland inclines more and more to Peace with Swt den; and that the Imperial Envoy continues his Negotiations in that Court for a. Body of Saxon Troops for the uf� of his Matter. Upon the ar- ;