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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 7, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiflorical Account, &c. From g>attttfca? March 7, to\%Ut?&ty March 10..../702. reinforcement of 4 Companies of Foot,, and fome London, March 10.' Proyifiops are fent to Penan de felti on the Coaft of Africa, from Gibraltar and Cadiz ; and they give out, ON Sunday morning.about 8 of the Clock, that the French Galiies v-i]] be l'peedily fent so the fdyed at Renjingtut his Majefty William relief of that place. The Ships for Buenos Aim are the Third, after feveral days Sickneft. failed from Cadiz with a favourable wind. The His Majefty Was Born November 4. 16 jo, fcarcityof Money is fo great, that the like was not few days after the death of his feather j known in the memory of Man, and the not coming wasreirored in the year 1672 to the dignity of Stadt- of the Galleons caufes an univerfal confternatiorT holder,andCaptainGeneraljellies Piivy Council, made a rnoft Graci- *6fporrdence with tiim. TheSiint binder Ideer, Com- ous Declaration rmto them ; but the fame being in rrriflary of the State^menl.isreturhe'd'nere from Ulm Print, wj refer the Reader thereunto. Her Maje- and Nuremberg, being very well fatisfied with the fty was Kkewife pleafed to iffue out a Proclamation, fuccefs of his Negotiation with thi Circles of Suabit fj^nifying hex Royal pleafure, that all Perfons being and Franconia, and has made fome Proposals to the in 0:S;e of Authority or Government at the deceafe Circle of the Upper Rhine, of which he expects the of the late King, (hall fo continue till her Majefty's like fuccefs j the Scene of affairs being very much furrhsr direftion. altered of late in thefe parts in favour of the Empe- The fame day about 4. in the afternoon her Majefty ror. was proclaimed in grear folemniry at St James's, Cha- Hamburg, March 10. Our Letters from Warfare* of ring Croft, and other ufual places, a great parry of the the z6th paft tell us, that the Unatus CunSlium Pofl Co* Nob;lity and Commons attending in their Coaches. nutialt is feparated, after having concluded to �trid a Madrid, F.-'-i .iary ij. The news of the arrack of Deputation to the King of Sweden, and drawn up In-Crsmona, ana the feizing of the Marefchal of ViHtroy, ftructtons for the Deputies. They are in fubffance his caufed here an univerfal l'urprize, for People ha- the fame refolved upon by the General Dyet,andthey ving bean often deceived by the accounts we have had are to require the King of Sweden forthwith to eva-from France, they are afrraid, that that affair will cuare Lithuania, Curland and other Dependencies of pro'/e of more fatal confequence than they are told the Republidt, coaGdeiing that the Poles have not from Paris. Our laft advices from Barcelona fay, that given him any provocation, thus to invade their Ter-rhs King is nor yet entirely recovered of the Meafles, ritories. In the mean time, the Generals of Poland but continue* refolved to go for Naples, notwithftand- and Lithuania are ordered to march with the Forces ing the reprefenration of the Grandees of this King- under their Command to the Frontiers of Lithuania, dom ; and thar Prince having fent for the Jewels of to be ready to a& as the emergency of affairs fhall the Crown, the Partisans of the Houfeof Austria have require, afreT the return of the Deputies of the Re-fpread a report, that bis Majefty does not defign to publick. The affair of Eliing is referred to the Car-return into this Kingdom, which has caufed great dinal Primate, who is to treat with the Minifter of murmurings amongft the People, and niak�s tbe the King of Pruffia, and endeavour to gain fome time detigned Regency fear an Infurreftion, asfoonasthe for rhe payment of the Money due to that Prince. King is imbtrked for Italy, of which the frequent The Senatia Con/ilium was held with great hears, and" Pafquinades that are publifhed here, feem to be an fome of the Senators fpoke with a great freeaom of infallible prefage. The Sieur Schonntberg> who has the proceedings of their Prince, and iniifted that his refided here for a long time, as Envoy of the Majefty fhouM pTomife in Writing to bring for the States General,;,- preparing to return home, at- future no Saxos Troops into the Kingdom upon any cirding to th>. order he has received from his Ma- pretence wharfoever. Our Letters from Lfthuami tiers. Our L^.�r^cr^ from Lisbtnne fay, that the Court fay, that the Swedish Army was broke Up from Kautn of Portugal is in great agirarion , and they ire and Ktydan to fight the Sieur Oginski, whoisabouc affraid here, that the Treaty of ah Ofienfive Qrtdm with a cohfiderable Body of Troops. Or/mil and Defenitve League, concluded between Bas publifhed a Manifefto againft the King of SHeaUn, that Crown, France and Spain, will have no effeft A W encourage tie Litbutmaifi and Ftfa � ake up Ar�a� ;