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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 18, 1802, London, Middlesex ........ Numb. y8i Y Y y And the Hiftorical Account,,&u: Froai 5EttttttDay June 18, to une 20, 1702, Rove, May 17: Cardinal Grimam ha*frequent con'erep.csV wirh the Miniilsrsof brare, and |ia"i3 on Mmday lift a Jong Audience of rhe Pope, wherein lie communicated fnme dif-patches lis had received from rheEmpe;. ror, ia relation rorhe proceediags of this Court a-gainl the Marquis dl I'ifo, and the fending of a L-g,uj a L.tin to Compliment the King of .Spiin. TJtefc two fhi'igs hive occalioned fuch a breach be-ra-een c.'ie Courr of lrir aid give a.diverfiwi to the French Force";, which are v-ry prefTing upon the Djrch. The Imperial Evvoy at the Hague has first an Exprefs Upon the fame account, and fuch orders are given, that 'cis hoped there wiil be no farther pecafion of Complaint. The Equipage of the King of the Roman: fets cut to. morrow for the 'Rhine by the way of TZobemi*, and that Prince will, follow in a few days." The Airx-rc of Italy have quite-another afpett t'ley had fome rime agss, ami the Reinforcements de-lig.ned for prince Eugene * have met with fb-m*ny bb'ilacles and.delays, rha^ were it not for the grear opinioa people have ef r'.^e Prudence of that Genetal,' they would appear very unealie for the Army that is under his Command. The lair advices we had from him are of rhe p�4, aid he wai then/ encamped a'rvi:.*�, are gd-;e by that pkcewith Recnn'r* and flories tor Italy, and they are ftrpofed to be frrb-'e;} ("here Hv this time. The Cardina" of Lemlnr^, ft iff. C^rnrn-filrvner of the. ' Emperor fo Dy.-[ of the Empire^s ordered to return to Rt$flanc, and there-no rfoubt bur c�a? the Dye: .will t^ncwr W'rb the Ty^vcrT, England and Holland, ani dechje War soiift^r h-*nce ind Spain. delivered bv rhe Ear! of M.irl-6rrrrr\ abi&b forbidding all orrsfpon 'd?nc� wUh ?Vcelily. Several French Papiils do.art6({ (''^pl'.ce, arcfT(l:nr� to rhe order of rhe Siah-s of f?i�'' w.-i and WnPfm-Jmd; but a Sjrej.C rni^y f/dn^w^'ri/h v e o^rji^ei te�ve ro ferrje thesalilves �,i thU Pro-.'iace, having made i: appt^rr, that they have quitted ?he. Spjnijh FitherUrtdj wirh: that interit i and they, tell us, rhat they are fy b? followed by many; conllderableTraders and oiher People, �ho are very, unealy there, lince the French ' hiv; invaded thole Provinces. The news o'f'tbe fur-rendring otKiyfcrwaert has been ve ry acceptable ro the S:ares, who we'e uneafy thereupon ; for whomever will impartially confider rhe d^Sculties tlvat have atten'dfed rhat enrerprize, muff needi own, that there was fufficterit caule to repent 'tVluve unfjer-faken the farrte, relyiiij� upor. Wind and Prowlcs '\. that is, before all the Confederate Trccps together; The Isngth'of that Siege hat cccaficm d f-veral unjdft reflections on the CondufJ ol'c-uV (>e-nerals; but iP all' "things are forioufly w4igri*d, it will appear that the taking of that place is one of the moll gj.orioi.s Aftio'ns that has been performed thefe 2oyeais ; for in fpight of the Rhine, which filled our Trenches, snd obliged us ro r�moveour Attacks: i n fpighr, of ah Array polledon rhe bthffli  "fide of rhpt River, v^diich Bomb^rijed Cifftp.'.'a.' d puf fr.eth then into the -place" whenever they wbpfld ; in fpjghr'of a'.flumerotfs Gaxriforj, confiffihg brthe flowed of rhe Prench Forces, encouraged by,\^he Heighbourliwjd of a powerful' Avfpy, comm'afiried  by rhe Duke %t Bw'guy.dy, curTrbobVfrrok exer^ppft they a"ackedr and the Garrifori, dfrf#Jrpt " fbme great r'hing, ro fitisfy'-rhe;t)f Btokiqtdj, who. as 'ti1; faid, is not well p!ea{ea'tli3t they ffifoiild fend him PofttromP^rij, ro command a great-Army, on!? ro bb wirnefs of the taking .of a Foftrefs Under his Nofe, and the burnfn|;nf' lbm� Ullages. "They fit out a great many Privfteer-s in thefe!P?o- : vinces, and fome of great" forpe.the encoUf'age-ment frivea' by rhe Admiralties' hejrgj'fo gfe^t.'Hiar for a Ship of40 Guns and 22oo Flor/ns, and fo proportionably more^r left,'acScofdibn rrjjrhe bigneft of rhe Prizes, without.reciofiiiig the Goodj tha'fhall be found on bo^.rd. * . � Falmouth, June is. This-rJay Capfain Clyef,Coai-mander of' tfi� Spttnifh Expedition, Packet Coat, car,iy�iig 24 Gurr-taflh. Deal, June 18. Her Majefries Ship DonadQenturt, is. failed for the River, and the. Leoftitff'to the Wefr-w-ard ; but the relief t|ie, Queen's Ships mentioned in dnrlafr, as a!fo rhe VicT-uallers, Srorefhips, Tran-fports and Tenders co-.rirmeffill here.This mornirg her jVTije{l;e(: Ship the Winthcfltr came into the Dtrtcns, and under her Convoy s or 6 Coafters from Port/- ' tvfJth, wirh the Vert Fn'got from Antigo, who are all failed thro for the R.iver. ivndm, June 20. Laft night about ? the Baron of Zfrndnin Amb'afTidorExt:a9rdiri'a�5rofFr*J^>Ihad hi* ;