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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 3, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb 6^4 ILL And die Hiftorical Account, &c. From Xtttfdapfcne j, CQ 30frltfoap June 5i_�.7o1- GLg�, June 7. � i"enr 011 Ti.uifdy lalt to view the Gairiiai:, ufilmu M pic-, j, which hL��i� rciiifovc-.i >"i'a 800 Men or iw � n�.v Levi.* The CrapM "does high!)' ic-foit �� � -l'rocecdings of tint Prime, wfm being inh\icnccri by the Councils st.i Maney s ac Kt/jerivjeri and g.toi. This ufyoiipon ofhi���**0T3l Highnefi oblige-; our fcfepiftMta tvi redouble their c.rcfor the. prcfcrvaiiou of this City, and cis Iftd (v;r Ganiibn ii to be ruufoie.d by {nose Troor* of the Citcfc. The Ciiptcr ha* refold.*; to make a rcmonftrenec to the Efc&or about hu fcizinsj by force on V:n~J?.,iy night the Town of ZOT*be1onging to them, and cirryi-.v.! away the Rurgomaiter and one. of tho Officers, ami Garrisoning the Cms with bis o�i)Troops .5 fortho they did not approve tnn the BwgomaUu fcouli iw.-e rcfiAd to admit his Perfon into .their, they enmmend hi* conduft in refufiug to-admit his Troops The Tmperial'I .-oop in Brijr i-t end ctVr Neighbouring Countries belonging to the Emreror, art now jncreaffeii to near jopoo men, but the ioSVi..: to pcrfift in their re(b!u:ir.n of ihnding Neuter, and wc het they arc to ha-.-o :hi; :--i( 46000 men encamped in fcvc-ral place;, for rr.vnnh'Av.i their !,->..'A- and Neutrality. Several Herman Prince* - hfuv 1: Ci.cL*, �'tti ap'-ear in greatEquipage in.thofe Citnas, arid ra>!: "f'.-.-n toiv eery Weil do (b, f.eingthey had received Money aio'^n :"o :. ;>...- iicn:r, for defying their charges. The Marcfthal of C.-thji is >.xv� .ted st �'g by the 1 jtb infiinr, to takeupon him the chief Coui.nandef-.rie ficich Troops, which arc toa;t in two fcpa-rarc Bodies, coniiftir.g of soooo men in ail. There arc feme Lertm from ^iljace, that fey tome French Troops arc ro be/entinro//^/, Brufih, June jo. The laft Courier from Madridhzs brought a Jong account of the Ceremonies obferved on the 8th ultimo, when the new King fvvore to the ob-Fervation ofthe Laws of the Kingdom, and the pre-fervation of the Catholick Religion. The ^Pre?ates, Grandees and Deputies of the Kingdom of G*/7//e took afterwards the ufuil Oath of Allegiance, according to tht ancient Ceremoniale without any innovation. His CathoHck Majefty intends fo be going fhort/y in-toArragmto do tiis like. Thefe Letters tell us, that rite Germtn Regimenrs that were in the late War fent into Catalonia, which are reduced to 1500 men, having received theit Arrears and Paffes ro return home by the- way of France, b^ve rhooght fit to lift themfelves in the fervice of the new King- They ar� vary bufy in Spain in fortifying their Harbovjrs.Lerters from Lubomte make no mention of the League between the King of S$�i�, Trtmce and Portugal, notwithstanding they reJJ us from Paris, that the fame is as-good as concluded. The Courrier from Madrid his brought an order to our Treafury to pay 900000 BJo-rins to the Eleftorof Bavaria, in part of the arrears due to him, and orders are iffued out accordingly for the payment thereof. The Hounds of that Prince which_ were to be ferit to Munich is countermanded, and there is a ftrong report that he is to return, and Command rhe Army in thefe Provinces- Our Generals ftwe frequent Conferences with the Marefchal of Bnffirf, who refides at Lovoam; but the march of the Troops to rheirrefpe&ive Camps is putoff till the 1 ctfa or iotb infanr. Beddes a great number of Pioneers rhat are at work in the new Lines, J2000 are daily cxpe&ed from the French Conquelrs, and as rhere is 4 good Train of Artillery ready, 'tis believed we {hall hear before it be long, that Maejlwht is invefled by the French. A Cutel between the King* of France arid S^ the EleHors of Cohgx and Bavaria for fur-rendering all deferters on all tides, his be-en pufaliflied here, and in all ourphces. Peril, June it. An Exprafs from Monfieut Cat,**',, and another from the Cardinal ifEftrzei, have hroughr Letters of the firft Jnilanr, with advice that the Imperialifts having not been able to force our Army From rhe advantageous Pofts they are poiTefTed of in rbe Firmest, bad found means to enter, info the Vlcew.-no, to the numbsx of pooo Foot, and 400a Hod'c, '.vhich ^ere to ba followed by the- reft of die'r Army. They cell us that they will not be able to fublih long in that Country, and thar they will hardly be able to pafs the River Adige, in ligh:�f the "French and Spantjb Army, which will narrow:)y. watch their morion, and follow them along that Ri"� yer. The'Fenetiatij it teems have now rffe fate of the War "in their hands, foriftbey would declare for tie Hmperor. and give paflage to his Tipops at 'firtea,qty Army would iind themfelves req"riced ro great ex-; ' rramicies. Our next LetteTs are impatiently expe&ed, re have the particuJars of this affair, which makes th� Coarr Unc3iy, tho' they put on the bed face they ca�, being feolible that the leaft fiown of Fortune in Italy would turn rhe Scales another way .On tile "$ik inftant Philip of Fr��te,Duke of Orleans', the. KinRs only, Eiothef, departed this Life at St Cloud in thefts year and 8 months of his age. . He had been indifpofed of apa"Jvauic linds frequent �x-preffes to acquaint the King, that the frubborn Durch perlift in their refolution not toTr�at feparately from England, and are refolved rather to put "heir whole Country under water,than to fee it in danger to be a prey ro us. Whatever it be, we are told that new fn-ftruftionsare fertt to Count (CAvaux, ior removing all rhe difficulties relating to Mr Stanhope Etivoy of Engl&idt arid admit him to the Conferences, provided that nothing be Treated therein, but what ie.ia.tes to the joynt Security, Concerns and Commerce of txt-. gland and Holland, without infixing upon any terms of. tVtisfaftion to be given to the Emperor ot any other Prince. But 'tis faid this expedient will not be accepted-, feeing it is contrary to the Refolution of the States, and the propofal delivered by their Deputiey, and likewifii t6 the demands made by the Ettglifb Envoy. . . ; H*g#e, June 10. Count aCAvaux Ambaffador of Prance, made a vifit a Sunday laft to the Grand Pen-fionary, as it was mentioned in out former, and took that opportunity; to coflfer with him on the prefent pofture of affairs, and we hear he de/lred to know whether the States perfiited in their former refolutioti to Treat jointly with England, for in that cafe rhemoft Chriftian King defired that the Conference^fliouJd bi held at ?��'�, and not in this place. The Srfes have; as 'tis faid,anfwered that the ConftiiVutiOn of &eir Re-publick could not permit thjm to accept that expedient, becaufe ic would reqaM fuch delays as would render the Conferences alrogether uftlels. There is advice from Maeftrieht that the jjfepch feem to' have a defign to draw a Line for cuttiBglrhe communication betweert th8t place and the reflfof our Territories,in�i that their Artillery continues to arrive in GuelderlawC and Brabant. They talk ofJaying the Se���und� Water, which, will be an unfpeakable lofs, but what notions foever other people mi>' have of thd prefenc pofture of affairs, they think here that EJaropt is upon-tne very brink of being made a flave to the Crovrn of France, and fmce aU that is dear to Men. Liberty, and Religion, are at ftake,w- think nothing ought to bo fpar'iJ {0 ptefctve thefe two great. Bleftiifgf Lmtdih, ;