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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 19, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorkal Account,, ox Fom 3�tttfoay- f une .\ ?v 'p/.��*ttrtf$p Jure 2,1. 17 o 1. and rnin Hamburg, June n. He King affienmark is fhortly expcQed in tittjlein, and 'tis laid be intend.-, to go from thence into the County ofOldenberg. His Forces in Saxony have received orders to hold themfelves in a readinefsto march, wo hear,, thar they are to be; part of the itfooo , which that Prince lends ro the affiftance of the Emperor and theSrafe.General.The newLevies for the King of Prujfia hive been earrieel on with fuch fucceft, Hat his Troops are now almofr corhpleat, and federal Estallions are marching for Clecvet. They expect at Brrl'in an accounr of the breaking up of the Qyet of P�-l.fid, fur immediately after, molt of the Forces quarr tered in Prujfia,. are to march towards" the RMns. Out Letters from Warfmv vary very much about the defions: of the King of Poland ; but the general opinion is, that.the Inlerefr of the Emperor will preyaH in that Court, and -*iat the Saxon Troops wift march to the Emyerors affrtaace , which .will be a; Confirm tke greit fcarcity of money that is in that KTngdom, which'having railed the imerefr to i $ or iS per Cent, there is a general decay in rheir Tr?de and Mjarjufactutes. .Count d'dvaux, tho no ftrnnger to this Country, feems however iurprized rhzt cur Credit Ihould rifehere, and that the intereft fhould fin� fo low aS 3 or 4 per Cent. The fcarcity of Coyn is as great in Spiinasin/'r/wife, which cauferh' a great perplexity at the frsveb Gourr,which has, we hope,grafpuntry;o? the Siege of Plefcow^ " ,j ^iWywHete they may have pro?ifions, the Duke^of Hague, June 24 . 8.Regiments of the Forces of the tharr'nanVe being altogether in the intereft; of the Em- Elector fa'arine are daily expected at NJmeghen, and pefjerr; and 'ris1liieh that the Duke of Pormtt and the> the Troops defigned for the Army, which is to zQ, GreatDuke ofTw/J^tbay be inclin'^that way,rjio they^ on that fide.are actually cantqoned, and fo near at hand/ think it not ;rheir iutereft to decjbr'e1 openly agairift: that they may dray together ia 14 hours. The new vtS. Out LerMs-fe�a Madrid birinsal^.^,' that th*: Fortifications of Nlme^hsi w[ not qiiite^riniflied; but Council of St^te f^Ses all j)offiWe meafuresfor jaifing' however the place is in a good: pofture of defence/ rhe neeeftaryt Fiiirids iot the defelite'-'bf their. Tfjey write txox^ fSnefMiht, th^tthe^ French Troops Monarchy,.^their4Flnances have been foiil mana-; are likewife, caft'fooned m the images.of Brabant, ana., g'edj that theredreffihg -thereof will - require a very" Incimpmerit is to b&formed, as long as there' attifidera.ble*iirie;jJThofe- Letters feenvto' give'f�B�; are any hopes of bringing matters to an ocommodatiin. hopes, that a League will be at laft coffcluded withJ an 'imaginary Treaty-of Alliance with that Crovvr^: and that MoniReur ChamiUy our Ambaflador at the? Court of Denmark, Ihould notify the ;farn\; to/hls F>ant[b Majefty, whHfr Monfieur de ktiomis didthe' they fee their Intere/l declining on that fide. T|^" laid ano1 her Plenipotentiary is to come hither from ear ris, to a.(Rft Count