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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 13, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Historical Account, &c. From &atat&a? June 13, to CactPap June 1702. fHntftiityertW >�r Edgeoe ./Savoy � Curtatone, May *o. N-the s4ththe Dake of *W���witha great Detachment of Horfe came to Mantua, wbete to was received with- TheDefertersfay, that the French loft 2000 men la that action. tiague, June 10 The States have received advice that the Garrifon ef Keyferwaert marched out aaSstt^* day laft, and that Prince tJafam Saarburekhid thefamr day made a great detachment to reinfoice the Earl off ^W�i�,whp continues with the Horfe and Dragoon* o.____- jjj^ pj,ce. Tke lime day a De- lent a detachuent fiom thence to Emmerich and R�, which our Men had not to fortify,and the Garrifon in the Cattle of 2+0 Med furrendred Prifoners ef War. That General has caufed that Caftleto be blown up1, and feemstohave a defign to retake Fort St Dmait, or make an irrofd* on into the Ifland of Kadtlint, but General Ctktni has pofted 4 or 5 BaraUiorjs at ifevdyk to oppofe hif paffige, and continue* whb the r�ft of bis Forces at Sluytt. The detachment which marched freaf llitnegittn to reinforce the Garrifon of Grave, arrived there without any oppofition, and General Fagel got few hours after into that place. Prince Lewis of baden continues his preparations foi befieging Lajtdati but they could wjfh here that the Imperial Troops t lat are to ait .under his command, fhould make* more hafte to joyn him ; for had that Prince been in a condition r,.- undertake that Siegeor any other Enterpriz^, the Duke of Burgundy would have beer* obliged to make great detachments of his Army; and the Siege of Keyfenraert will not have coft fb much blood and time. The States have notified the furrendring of that place to all the Foreign Mint* iters refiding here. Letters from Zealand fay� that they are apprehenfive of an irruption on the part of the French, the Army under the Marquis cf Bedmar, being near ly000 Men ftrong and provided with a great Train of Artillery. The French Souldiers defert apace, and aoo came in one day from the Army of Count Tallard te Wezel. Paris, June 17. An Exprefs is arrived herefrom lubennt with advice, that rJ.French Galhesare come before that place, and that it is given out, that the Court of Ptrtugal, are refolved to fland by the Treaty concluded with Spain and this Crown. Count Thohfe, Grand Admiral of France is arrived at Ttmlonj and we hear that he is fhortly ro put to Sea with id. Men of War bound for Cadiz, where he is to be joyned by another Squadron of acvfail fitting out at Breft znd Rotbtfsrt. 4. Ships are failed to joyn Count Cbateanrmaud with Proviflons and Naval Stores, and are fpeedily to be followed by fome others, hii Squadron being likely in a very ill condition- They write from Cadiz, that the Marquis de FiBa Dariat Governor of Ccuta, who formerly defended Charle-roj agalnft our Troops, is arrived- at Port St Mary from Africa, being appointed Captain General of the Coaft of MdaloujU. They have feized in Spain1 all the effects belonging to rhe Engh'fh and Dutch, and they write that an Englifh lurity Ship coming into Cadiz, not knowing any thing of the Declaration of the War, was feized by our Galleys. The lait Loiters from half have caufed fome furprize hare* for after all the confident reports they had fpread here that Prince Eugene was Flying away before the Duke