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Post Man (Newspaper) - March 21, 1802, London, Middlesex in* i$RMijffbjbe� 4 is ic has pUaftd God, tiw We fcouldfucetei farm Iwrififttheftid^octeffion, *i Aenw* 'in the Throne of theft Kingdoms, weflballalfo thtHotffe ofOtsfZv, related tehw htemu^-, Tacceed him in the fiune inclination to preferve a taMgresdy fJtreftBp^jj^nt the TjMeof tfrihceM * confh ' t Union and Amity with yon,' andnuintaisi "Omput T6� Pt^* which, a* Vslald^Knitolns 'all the Alliances that have been made withy&ui � m^i�ftt�t Stare , by our fahl saoft dear Brother, and o� 6r�tf fl>*ta? ma'di ,to thfe . akpdUttd iff tMI>a^.�tf|l^�||t $�j . . _ hoc feed examuredj im^mwmionW^^^^:^ * th�r oar PredectflWs; and Hke*ifs co concur with will -find amongft tnem a Will, w1ffi^?i*iji*" 4 youinall the ta^farej thatfliaH he necefliry for isgtiM i&eifateptsvgrittte ; * che prefervarion of the Common Liberty of �urtftf artjlibe to happen bytealon ofhisStfpce^lKP#gt'" *�nd for reducing the Power of trmt* within its laft .Speech taYMxjefty �f�* * juft bounds. This We deitre you to be fully af- * fured of, and that wj fhall always look Upon ' the Interefts of Evgfond ar,d thofe of your itate, * asinfeparable, and united by fiicli tyes as cannot UbttdtSJif EMtvpe tgd6^^\:lti^oh^im^0SSISt^h 4 be broke without the.  utmoft prejudice of both meats whatsoever, (hey are about prfadrig the'GHno 'Nation* We pray God to fesp you, High here in Frenches they have stone at Und^idiEi^U and Mighty Lords, our moft "dear Friends upon a large Sheet of Eapwoaome Ode, iiiltwoCfr- " * and Confederate;, in hi&Holy prote&ion. Given lumns, to be patinto* Fftme or etherwifc, .to\Wr' atdurCaurtacSt7��?fs, Wrib 10. Htm Dm. ^ex.*, hung up in thewHopTeK as an eternat�Monuriieae and the ffift 6f out ReTgn. to (be facfed Memoryof.foJKuftrio"m a'Frfnce. His Excellency the Earl of MaHiimpfi arrived H�mhtrgh, March afr,:The1Fioops ofHawttvertai here on the sJTthmftant, at 8 in the eirening,t�nd Ze^have^pofleflid themfilvesof feveral places be* has had feveral Conferences with the, P^nfioriary of^longiflg to^the Duke of Ublfemhatel *qd cut?&dik: ' Sottarid, and other MJnifters, and thi^aay about I a -Cotnmanioation between QrtmfwitklaaA mihmi thp Cajralry of thofe Princes are all ta*eri>rfl&aer�' tttce of th�Sttt*s GerwniU in,the fifS Coach. e� OTdifisw&d except900Men, who made-ttelr'er" iW-�iWi'-ilawii- Bar;* H^-'y&im by jp :m$-m$*frttst Th&^-om$tift&iWi others of 6, 4 and,* Hor^ th* guards prefect- to fafrptifki and has as 'tis laid perfwaded his Fa mg their Arms. The Sieurs fU*> and Lier, Depu- . in-law Rtdtlpku, to declare for the Emperor, aril titfs ofthe States, came to the .Honjiof PrioceJ4��- thont^nodoubebut-DokemfcmVfSitl #fllbetSdK" Tin, arid conduftei; :Wmi;rdr^;^e|!^^ii�-HaU^ W0i^h4#m$aiti^^ Audience, where art Elbow Chair was^ced for ons'^heJpr^h^eVlj^S^irni^r^ his Excellency, oversgainft MotiiientJXtbieh, Pre* diencftOftheDt^tit^^t'^l^^bfW&m^r-fident is the Affrthbiy, and his1 Credentials being but'they fenthimj Word tharfie1s?HigWen^�'njlr read by the Sieur Ftgel,t his. Excellency made a SDt&- ' �n the French Tongue, notifying the Death or his time for H tilt tney Jwere letvamecfc to 2&t wbiir ' - in her Ma jerfies letter to their High Mightinefles. Addina. 'That her Maiefty was readv to enter into E^^swted-Qjftto^jd th&&f>^ni*&W et- t 4 ftS ArUanees wiAeWesr to obtaia^ 4SrMi�d in ber Letter, �d therefore had been, ^^^^^^".^1^ jg pleafedto impQwerbim to concert with their Lord- tep^rtd^deltlt^^ * ftipsfnch meafurfcas (honld be thought necefiam wheo^ajyn*^^* ' concluding, that r|er Wbfefty paffing-over allufual ftd^^j^tblM^Sm^*ff�a them Nrf ^hn4il^^X^nonSund^thi t9t�mjv� ;