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Post Man (Newspaper) - January 31, 1802, London, Middlesex And tl>e Hrftorkafc Account,;" &c. jjo-gglttteap February fe^jfoau 51 ;c \ t3. Ur fa{� Letters from &ja$aw of the; aocfj parr; ItaVe; broogbr/'Bhe ''ebrttifmiyion of the 1bcco rh rnfcdsfi Oft of r he d iffd-reriees-'in &ff��m>,'>itnd-*ha�both par- __ fie$ haying?figne4 the->Trea'ty, 2% Wirt fung on'thiiirb'ccafion.The Houfe qfSjfpieb* is restated, to the Pa/reffibnof s-H; r-hk;pltftei rhiey enjoy'J before thafe.-Troubles; and rhe Sieur Ba/flfov the chief j&titjjtpr or tH3r^Tt|ifCTrpt.8otitei,ettets fay,that tfi� Sff.^i; were,but #130 ftrong, andytfthey fooghr a'whole day i�^ifplelmvffi^Mitg&fylst, a'vd loft bar, aborecooVineit jtfjfr&jwoitla *p^H^ Jaere4ibte,if the account Bid 'riot-come 4t�iMubrandthp Kjhgof Ptkhi'Mp llghed.on fJifi.rVtfr^ftarWftf'-wherebV!fi5Pi/^Ma|e%fen4^r8oo()nien torhp ierviee of tneEmfjeror into jitt/iy yff&to theCqm- "^Hogue, FebruaryV AMour Letters from GtrMu tell us", that" tfte El�&br* of Bavaria inclines to WiajeiWjfis very mutM, uu^aiiw-u, nukiv�j ual _,-lecroral Highriefs is rpsnH ia�$f> tWit Co aft agairrit France, either uppji' trie R#irJ! prini ' Some are & pofiti/e, tha(:^b^'^I liV. fey�rat;Aitfc(es of the Treaty ; and ambrigft others, jiiai ijfte Elector of S*. Hiaria is to be tr�4e Viceroy,.or Governor General (endingdownthati^ii^er,any Arnmti/nsitW]ito;famti They^Uus Aqm1A^?it�vcha.c a gotdJodyjofTioojBt js;/i4dd�nly expeSiad in,the Lines: dtifefftlj tnakftig iaict)�jj?fl^�". -jv^';.-' .-5 Parity February 8. Our latt Letters fforn.erawwto contradict the report we had by OBjgformer, that the Duke of Farm: had" admitred^^pthis Capital City-a French Garrifon of *ooo H^e^^They; tell lis; that upon advice that General ^i��^,^6r$rasjf in.xh$farmefant with a. detachtAept ^T^f^aJ^ ,wa$yretti,'d towardjS Ber^h, andqu^Ked-^aiiieono.^ try, Monlieur VHttroy had' likewii'erecalJed the d*?-tachrrieht of our Forces; which we|e:ferr>'t>vier ffiie '7>�, tp'a^pid girinffahypccafionpftfo^8rn.tfp,^� Poj?e,. yiho ba^s rteclat?4/ fp Qidin^Ja^/aW-weii as to the Imperiai Amb^ltidor, that.- Parma being a' Fief of the Charcti;,he'would Jook^Bpflnkhe quarftrr-inc of any Trdorif in that Country Wa? breaf twof *&mmy. Thbfe tetters c&ffi^t%^rij|Ce '�B(ot oitends to fend .adetachmiirlwMijfe, wbiqh S^ffeojifflVbf^^^j^egrmcrifs of *2^at�rf^taeiM b?l|pfle',and5 bf pragoons, nnHe? ^"Cfinimafla 8r*?frffitte Qwmer'cf, ^bd5tt^ ar^ t^fitohi thaf Biey are to be |emrbrced by i&me. othef *Trbbjw4 which: are' drawing-Spgerher itiCradffa:\^a laid rlat^prin that/ advKc'ttareral Prig thiHiirie;' artd ppfted up Papers wkn^ai'aciijanl of it. ate'taken up, anA'itis preferi&edTpere^tfiat tfiey have owned thir they, were impjbyec| by the Im* tieYialifts fp t ep^rt^hairftoTy, in jp^erip render tb* win^odtous to the Wa$ilit*ni. Whit iever it is, we fieaif from Rtmt tb^t.th;� MargoSt.jjorendt to artehd Prince Zmpuhj tp N*p/4AW,and the Troops of thbfeCantpns in Litge haVe-Sgnified to ,the$iniOer$ ofState|fhe orders thef haye reccived^ancf delired to be recalled from thence. Upon advice of the numerous Fleet the Englifa and Dut$ intend to put put to Sea.we hear the Council hai refelved to layvR all the great Ships, ii being impb'fBblai for us to face thpfe two Powerj; but * . World ;