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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 5, 1802, London, Middlesex X'-i.j'vlgot;' �� -t'.L-j.I-T 5i: ;to March ^ ,7y), iW, March AN Exprefs has brought advice oT the arrival of the Dak��frftonbWt at r>on�-w, who has fcnc t�*#Kihg tldngat-count of theiondirfori of 4m, forces in that Cob**, *K* ^Ut'W of the rnerlwe lot} it* the lue AQion. loft appears f^.coa^fcacAf Mm.withio Si^TW* *J*V Major G~th� � mjpm fckmMut yet 7 L^Keoam Generals and i a AfajorftK& iC frs CepWttt,� lieutenants, t^Stxgeants and s$* Soldiers womk&i mu Gpttiris, 4aLieutenants, it Hear �*tf the 'MaJtfcfcil of rfflfor Prifoner, the MjrqwY Cr^rlieatfsfcrtt General dead ofbit woBiW*,;,Moiifitor dt&mtiePrejii Coir kw�ef of the R^gMent of Cdah^y Dm 0itgt dt Ciku Glwrtato for the King of jjeysta, die Marquis if Stttragues. CoUooeJ* and s Serjeant Majors, killed;, a*d the Marquis ofMmtmtrt GtiS?al^/.and Mon- deted fonts ftopofals id be m^dVwtMilanfbtn of the Marefebal of Pdlmy,vtA o�ef? jotico In�> dW for him; but there is no likefyhood that the Emperor mould relcafe him as loag as Co inany Nesptliftn Lords are kept in clofe cttAody, and in danger of their Lives, fhepake ottftmbrnt makes preffing in-fhrteer for rttnfyrcetJMJjitf and resrnitjjuviog found 6%r^�dtos ft m^'w�a|neo>rt�*they are not able to, ,"ma�e ,head a'gainft the QirtUiu ftVut 'tis hoped r&oft of the Troops defigne* t� teinfotce his Army are arrived by rfits rime. Our taff a^afsirom Tbtulm fit, that all were imbarked except 4 Batallioni, arfdthat the Draughts that have bet* aide of the Militia of the kingdom eonfifting of iStoo nwn/ror recruiting the Army in Ittlj. are (hoisly cxpeded tliefe to be Jhipped or?; they tell us that there are o ____________^ ^00 men more than it required to compleat the the Republic* of Ptlmd wUlhVrdjVconf^toTtUo^ its, but private Letters from Ctemtiu fay, thatfb many men are dead of their wdunds and di-ftempert fince the firft lifts wete given, that they {hall want more than thofe draughts to �qrnpleit this Ttbops. Prince Eugsm' of 5*w�r continues in his former pofts, and the young Prince of F**imm is in the Dutchy of PUemti* railing contributions on the Subjeds of cheDuke of Parma, Tis faid that Prince has made over hisTroops to the Pope,who has garfifoned Pirma, Placentiit, aod other .places ; but whether this artifice will protcfl his Country^ jf%efcha) of tMxtfhrg is nttyetfiifrd-up, TheGenetal 0$oers who Are y6 fcett ir^bf Itilhttfaidt, ate otdtted to depart wiAiil CMveniane jMed^jipan advice due the ConfederateTtoops oil Chat fide,wait ooty for ftir weather tomakefomeeai tetpnte in GuttitrUnd and the ftleOorate af&tigw. "tbi Marquis of Hbntnvd has fent an Eipref^ff oni B^mt who was difpatched bacl^jre^^yV^feiii^ thee orders relating to the dif^itripoot^tFon inrJhatCottatry. The USk Eipreft froirt*ira� fc-^'^M cfaa^theKingot 4it#ti (tetey w4�t ii� refolded to go forjaa,^K�l4rlb�' toffife'arearilvedthere from ^le^wvbuf B�ny. flUeftfai whether the Queen wilj �i^ifcowithhjm.> Notwithfendnig Che King his declare* �h�t aGirSJOt1 r�fau Great Adoiiral rf>r�j� (hall ja to 5ea next Somnlte *&l�ejieiM)�ere will be fime �]tcrat�arr in thaf *rr|i|�. m ^sfe'ato notjlike to hjSVe^juw The Envoy of the r^of WW�qdiBf here, tat received Letters from ffi^ae, impitfrfiog that: tto' Affiiirs inthatKingdbaijbegintto h�ye'�"oerterafpe�l; and that the SmmutCcnaUum^ie^tialt, which we> called- after the feparatidn of the %et,feems refolv* ed to ftand by their King.and enter into a Wat with 5*i^i�yunle6his SwedyK M�jefly hearkets to Peace. 'TifiaidtheStfrrfMiretefirfved to keep the Dutchy of CeW/�ni, and give an equivalent to theOukeor ' thtttiame, and that the chief aoongft the Nobilhy of - dtrland and StrtigiBis promote that defign, but the Republick of Peland will hardly content to i t.Up-on adVtce that the tfglifft and Outre aretc Embark art Army on board thcif Fleet, the Governours of our , Maritime placets ordered to put themselves in a 1 good pofiure of defence, and the like, orders �re fenv to Ctiiz, GibrtUfr, aria other Spinifb, places, 'Wml which the preparation of our Neighbour! &t$L chiefy deitgned. We expect with the |rjK��ft ira- -paiuence our next Cettetsj homGlhWws, to know what fuccefs a Minifter of the Stares (Jem^l will* ,- .�W trmuuM, whomM'kto invite to cc^inco to* rilldifcover. They magmfie very much theei:- Grand AMUnceaiainWifs, W*ftmjw^- -ploitsofthe GarrifonofMM/^.whoJias.astbey give nevtofrhe Squidwib Tc^maad*eO�r| of Iflaads^ot ouc, bearap the Quarters of the (rttmmit at MiiiM**, ktlling 1 jo men on the fpof, arid taking iao Prifoners ; but this, nor many other actions of this natuie,wi!J not rtiteveAbirriM,where they want many things; and tliey tejlqifrom Vtrma,x\t$ that place muft needs furrenJer in a fliort time,.unleja the Duke of ftndmt finds meanj^ to relieve it. Tr^e Colours of____ the Regiments of Guards were bleffed on the6th �aJOB r _ ___^ inftant in great Pomp and Ceremony iij the Church ichaoge ofi^nlblieB^.wh^^^t.F^c^^^H h�v^ of ftijhtPtm by the Cardinal de N�#i^,.and we atntft#>, W denied the firei* - iQAsh/as eW^ ^.5 ;