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Post Man (Newspaper) - June 26, 1801, London, Middlesex j\nd the Kiiloricai Account;, err Tunc to ^&mr&�p June 2g, 1702. Caj'/i., June 6. COmit d'Eflr.-es continues in rur Cav, -xuh the Squadron of french Men u:.-din(! {.Herat neiv Pons for the iecurity or dm place, and Stt 3II Jjis Forces to fight the /flgeritic:, who arc ad-vanc'u ;n-n his Country. Usbou-.u, June 7. Notwithftanding the Englifh Envoy -nd the Dutch Refident have been ai-urcd, that ths iZin4- or Portugal was entered into no Trtaty with Frar.ce n u! Spain, and that he would continue Neuter, yet th'; Imperial Ambaifador, who has not been able to have r.j.ii-nce, grows more and more jealous, that there ;.: fic.'i a Negotiation on foot. They act hovv-. ever at Court, as if there was no fuch thing, and they �or.'-'nue to fend Forces and Ammunition to heir Tromier Places, the Fortifications whereof the' -.-e repairing and augmenting. The Engliih brigor t'Mt brought Letters from England fume days ago for the Miniirer of that Crown, i� returning borne �with the nnf\ve- of this Court. A Malignant Fever rage; in cv.-s Country, and fWeeps away a great number :of people, which is chiefly attributed to the vioknt Rains we have had for thefe two months paft, but as the Weather is fair again, that Dillemper begins ro abate. They talk of forming a Camp on the Frontiers of Spain. Madrid, June 17. The King and his new Council are concerting rill paFlble mealures for the Union of this Monarchy and France, ss if it were irilo one and the fj.riJ body. And as the Priviledges of the Nobi-firy ieem'd to 6e ona of the greateft obfhcles, they hope to have removed ths fame, by ordering that the Dukes and Peers of jrfince {hill receive the fame Honours here, as our Grandees ; and our Grandees fhall enjoy in France the fame Honours as their Dukes and Peers. Our Grandees do not feem fatished therewith, for the Priviledges of the Peers of France being almoff nothing at all, they gain nothing fby that bargain, whereas the French Dukes get real advantages in this Kingdom , belides the honour of covering themfejves before our King , which they do not before their own. The King has erected a new Council of Finances, which is to conlifr of4 Coun-cellors of Stare, and fomc French men, who are expected from Paris, whole Ability is mightily cryed Dp. Some Letters from Eftrcmadttra give advice, that 'he Portiiguefe ate forming a Camp of 10000 Foot and 4000 iiyrfi on rhair Frontiers near Badajv, which does net very we!! agree v-->fr the report we have-'here of an Alliance with rhat Csowrr. A Servant of the Queen ca!!.-d Pcmpci has been n-ken up, upon fufpici-on of ho'dmg Correiponderce w:t!i the Parrifav of the Houfe of j4;tjlri,i, and 4. other Scivtnrs of li'et Ma-jefty have been Iikewife banifhed from her Courr, for fivina uttered forr.e worcs refl-.�rirg u;on the Ho- furh vWioare v.;n^"ng in j he relpeiithey owe :o the i fouf- of /ivjir'.a. '"mice, June 18. Korw-nft-ai'dinj? w'c have every day two or three Exprviie rem f"it an Jmperfcft account of the T'ar.laaiciw oif that i''u.rj ciie G:nxant zr.d, French :-re perpetually rn��in Army with a Letter, as if it wete from PHnce Eugene of Spvoy, iho it '-^as figned by no body, the contents whereof are as follow. 'TJEing arrived here with the Imperial Voices, I JLJ ' have been very much furprized to find the Spaniards joyned with the French, who have always been their greater Enemies ; and as I cannot believe ' that they would be led by the Nofe by the /-��&,a.*id ' fupport their unjufl pretenfions^the Spaniards hiving ' for fo long a ti; ;e enjoyed the Profeftion o: the '.Houfe of" Aujir.a, who has fent their Forces to free ' them from, the unjuft oppreflion of the Fr.nck, I de-' fire to know what the Spaniards intend to do in the ' prefent jun&ure, being unwilling to fight fuch as ' his imperial Majefty intends roproteft. The Letter being delivered to fome Officers of the Sparijh Troops, they refolved to fend the following anfwer by another Boor. ' The Spaniards having perilled a nonfceniTcal Letter, ' which the Enemies have caufed to be delivered to ' fome of our advanced Guards ; they a^nfwer in the ' name of all the Officers and Soldiers, who havefeen ' that Paper, that there is but one Nation in this ' Army, to, the Spanijh and fach as ferve our King ' againftthofe who defign to invade his Dominions ' and do not own his Title, art more Spaniards than ' French. Therefore if the Enemies ground their un- ' lawful ;