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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 8, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiltorical Account, ing for their Airilleiy which comes bv the way UidtOA. za, conlifling of 48 peices of heavy Cannon, and i: Mortars, with about k 00 Wagons, under Convoy of nine or ten choufand Men. They have another L.:dy about Pcfcantina to obfef ve the French Encamped at IU-woliand Goffohwo, and fome advices tell iis that that Body is polled there for favouring the afiack of the* PafTes at Rivofi and La Ferrara, which is to be un_cr-taken by the Imperial Troops which are polled about Roveredo. The main Body of the French Troops cen-tinue at St Petri neix Legnago, and whatever they f2y," it feems that rhe morions of rhe Chilians have lliuck them into a Conifer nation Some advice fay that there is a mifunderfranding bctweeen Prince Vaude-mmtiai the Marefchal of Cetinat,jcht former having declared in the Council of War, which was held forfie days ago, that they ought to fight rhe Germans, and Monfleur Catirtdt having been of opinion oh the con-,, trary that they ought to avoid an Ingagemenr,'anti cover the Country, in hopes that the Gertriaii: wifl lofe more Men by ficknefs and mortality' than the� ' would do in a fight. The. Tresty of CommeYt'eV with the Turks being ratified, the BalTa of Durdzxo 'hastf wricteri to the rnoft famous Merchant of this City ffcf" exhort them to renew their Trade with the Subjects1 of the Grand Signior, and allure them that they flia^t pay hut 3 ptr cent, in all the Territories 6f rb e 7fc'r&; which is the fame Duty thit the Englijb arid hutctr\ity : Fmnckfort, July 10. Letters from Vienna fay, thaf the Emperor has refolved to augment his Army1, hi,: Italy, to 53000 efRclive Men, viz. 39000 Foot, 14000 Horfe ;and that feveral Regiments are 'ohthefr7  march for that, Country .They have remitted to PriHieM ' Eugene lobooo' Ducats for the paying of his Army.^nat^ they' might not be burthenfome to the Subje&'s ot thS Allies of his Imperial Majefly. The Deputies of the" Circle of the Wppet Rhine will feparate in few datys/ , having finilhed moll of their affairs^and appointed pare of theirTroops to rendezvous itHatlBroii to be rhulle/e4' there. hear the Imperial Forces are to be drawn up in the Neighbourhood of that place,and 'tis confident;-ly reported, that the Troops of the Circles will joya .with them. Some French Troops ~afe marching frotrt. AliacifforItalj^ They.write fiomJtatisbonne thafj the'  Imperial Commifnoner has communicated to the Minillers of the Dyef, a ^brt of. Manifeilo intfledf,-the Right of the Hiufe-of Auilria to the -Spanilh Sitccejjiorit ajfertgd. � The Eriwh. Plenipotentiary makes great complaints againft - the. proceedings of the Empero* againll the Duke of Mantua. The Circle of tVeJifhdtya are to me6t to morrow zl'Dortmund. Hague, July 1$. The King of England arrived here" fail night, and has been complimented this morning byj this Courts of, Juftice and Foreign Minillers, arid went about noon to the AlTembly of the States General, the StiteafiE'-Hol/axd and the Council of Stare. Count d' A