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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 9, 1802, London, Middlesex From Xtttfoay June 9, to SX F June Hx,d'.crg, June p. THe raking oc.Og:mki is not confirmed by our lad advices from Lithuania ; but. t.ley cell in, >hitP'in;e Sapicha is made General of the Swadifh Forces :n foac Dutch-.-, ami was actuallv march-in^ them and his own, in queft of Prince C>tt-Di>ki, who commands the Confederated Nobi-L.,. j > ne advices lay, that the King-of Poland is j4' -e ro Lemberg to pacify fome divifions in the iV;/!; A -nv, w'io feem unwilling to accept Prince Lubo-w�(: for tiicir General, having great complaints a,, i.'j.'ft . n, in refpt-et ro his place of Great Trea-fi-'-r J" Troops are marching with all di- J;l" :i.:e i ", Cracm, an J the King of Polvid intends r .a.-; frv  v i fuiScient Aimy to beat the Swedes on. -�" ) .j-dorn, if the .Vter give him time to d � h- i ofcos together. They write from War-J.i-j, ;' v. King of Sa^/.w is refolved to follow "hr. 4ajj fy e-.--n into wwj; and that 21is Forcer in rtw ra�/� art- AriJenK to iaks the Field. They talk/ : r^w Alliance between feveral Princes for the i' .L-rity of the Peace of the Empire onthe Nortfr lldt. The King.of Swcd.H feems refolved that the Pel's /ha'! proceed to a. new Election, and 'cisfaid I-tiuce Alexander Sobieski !�*� feme hopes to be choferr, in castrtii-'gs are .caused to that extiemity. The 'Sleeks arc not above .1400a merf ftrong, but expect near Joboomoie. ftigue, June 13.. On'SaMrrf-iT Wft. 3 'Englifh Men of War amved oVcur Coaft, with feveral Tranfport Ships under thsli; Convoy, having on board Re-"C'fairs and Artillery: Some Oncers who came with the iinv, hii'ft'brtftglit advice of the death of.Mon-Kieur' Dickvilt] \vhois ver y much lamented in thele ."Provinces, bida'u'fe of his great Experience in pub-lick affairs, and'his'imdoubttd ZcaT.and AfFeftion for his Country, to the of wfij'ch he has "Sacrificed his whole Life . We hear rhe; States are t.b appoint another. Ambsflador to go for England, but tfWenn::ica: J lodged themfelvej therein, making lb terr'.bi- a {laughter r.f the French, thatnoihing was iobz I'i-au in the Ccvered Way but heaps of dead Bodies. As 011/ Troops were feveral times repulfcd, we loll 492. Men, and had a great number wounded. 1 hs Regiment of Porhnore, who got an immortal honour in that Bloody Aciion,fufhred more than any o;he;. All the Officers weie killed or wounded, and ,oai of 14 Serjeants, .6 were killed and 11. v. ound:d. They had 100 private jMen killed and 1 50 wounded. Lieutenant Collonel Collier, whp behaved himfclT with a great deal of Courage and Conduct, was t;:i-fortunatley killed. The Earl of Hun/iyigton,who wen: to the attack as Volunteer with the Regiment of Portmore, gave all poffible proofs of Bravery and Intrepidity, but had the misfortune of being wounded. P. S. Juft now the States Genera! have received a fecond Letter from the Earl of Athlant from tf'megucn, with advice that the 8 Field-piece?, which he thought were taken by the Enemy, are fafely arrived at Nimeguin with the reft ot the Ar:ii-lery. And that the French Army is retiring towards Vtnh. . jlmfltrdam, June 13. We were yefterday morr� ing in a great confirmation in this place, upon a falfe report, that the Marcfchal 6f Boufflert having' decamped from Zanten, had polled himfelf between blimeghen and Clarmbcck , cutting off the Communication between the Aimy of the Earl of A:h-hnc and thefs Provinces,Wfhich were thereBy open to theinvafion of the French ; but we havs received feveral Express with advice,; that the Earl of Atk~ line, hiving timely notice of the march of the Enemy,was retired within the Lin�s or NJweghen y/\ih hli Army and the Artillery, having loft only 1 jomen, This News his refloreia Calm and Tranquility, for the French hiving mift their aim,, they mu&,return info the Sfamjl Counfry. Our laft Letters fro'rn It sly by the" way of Germany fay, that thYFren'ch Army, under the Duke of fandame is about Gp/Vj-; bu; that {he Hantaan is ruined" on that fide to that decree; that they mufl retire towards the Cremonize. Some advices fay; tha.t Prince Eugene o^Sa^iy is. in/reijeh-ing hiriifelt" at $he- Gates of Mantu*. oh,the1 fide of Pie'tok, and that he makes preparations "to Bombard that nlace, in caf*;.the French put V^SjKCours and frovifions thereinto. That Prince' has received fome reinforcements, but.not luch as -were" pfomifsd him fiora yive$�. .ftQr&fivip'teil us, that the'JCing ot Sf,ain$hai written a Let'tet, tp the Duke of Vandtmu, which deferveth to be periiled, and is likely'to convince the-World, that the Diike of-jin- 1 7.c3v Ccuji/i, tX Jfciave your Letter, what Count JL '. fiolmsnsro has told,me, theraotioas you maJtc ' to take the Field. Iain net wanting therein on ' my fide, that I may joyn . you'asJfoqn as pojffible ; ' and if fpme important af&irs,befides the arrival- of  ' a Legate, whpm I expeQ:, had not detained me i '�here, I would ^Jjave fct out before this time, for /._? ' syi aifrmdyou mS kciilhe Enemy before I cms. I gives, ;