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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 1, 1801, London, Middlesex From gS>&imfcity March i, to iUiefttap March 4, i%oi, Brujfdt, Match 7. S( Everai Frendj Batallions and Squadrons are ' expected in thefe parts from France, and the k Body of French Troops to be quartered in � Gelderland is to confitt of 15 Batallions and " 14 Squadrons. The French pay hitherto very well for whatever they have occafion for, fo-chaT the Inhabitants are only obliged to lodge them , and fupply them with Light and Fire; We expect with a great deal of impatience an account of the Negotiation OfCount d" Avatottt the Hague, who, as 'tis faid, is ordered to demand a pofitive declaration of the States, concerning what they defire for their fecurity. They write from Mmbtuge, thit about one hundred Waggons are ordered from thence and other French frontiers, with Ammunition for Natrntr. Count Schlick Envoy Extraordinary of the Emperor, had on Saturday Zaft a private 'Audience of the Eleftor, and has com-rriunicated to his |MLnifters the fubject. matter of his Errand, but the fame is kept very private. The E-tecror has publifced a Placaert,. importing, that the King of Spairt jharag refolyed to have in thefe Pro-vinces fuch'i Bbdyiof hjsown Troops, as ma/be faffid�nr tftfecure the fame, without the. affiftance of *df c*het flHfeceS, his. Majefty has- rh6ug!u' fit rrj augment Jus Infantry to 14 Batallions, coru^ftiu|\b�,o"5S| bis Cavslry>to'3j.SquadronSjof 1 io.xhen eadh", and,o ^tadi^ohs :of Dragoons Mfcew% ot, X10 thin eick His'Mifefty dedwesalfb, that Vivas bfde/edtnVNii-fcftity of n.cluded7 left the W�h-mould ask forrje othet things of-Jern afterwards, and the> event has. juftified ihe fame, for ribw Mortfieur tfc'Ava&x, does liery Emphatioaily UU the States, "that hisMafier doesrfot� dixkt,~fat afttrtbii firft advance, they will da every thing, flaatrnay. atfrrfa-c be judged necejfary � to take astaj att' mantier ef:um^ef,t-The great preparations of the ; French both-by Se^ and Land, their feizing the Spanijh Netherlands, ind their new Levies are nor a fufficient caule of.jialcufy to their'Neighbours ; becaufe they fay they, are for Peace ; but the preparations of the Dutch for fecu-ring their owtj Country, and fome new Levies:they make, wherrthey fee the French Troops on their Frontiers1, are- 'mnneceflary &rid unieafortable precautions which'-givfc ecfajitn tf mijirufl to rhe French, cho the.v have owned ti�Kingrof Spain, and therefore Montieiu cC Avaux ielk'ihem, that they ought to remove thr fame, disoafld agamrhe Troops they have railed, Jijr up their ' Men of War, and countermand the Tioop-f they take into their fervice. Thefe are not his expretf. terms, but wfeat orher fenfe can any man give la thefe words in his Memorial; asfoau as things tr{ r:Jlo-' red tttheirformer fiate that they thlhk no mire of augunnihj 'thtir Troops, send other U arlike preparations. The S\i\-