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Post Man (Newspaper) - May 22, 1801, London, Middlesex 4 And the Kiftorical Account, o o. Rom d)Ut:C0a)> Mav 22,. to ^atUtdap May 24, 170 j Vienna, May 14. H E Imperid! Court labours as much as poJiible fo compoie the--unhappy differences in the North, and two lixpreilcs luvc L-eca feat this wee�into thole pups, _^v. one co Count Wells, out Envoy to the Court aiSr&tden, and,the other to Count Stratman,-our Envoy co /VjW. The former is ordered to dii'-fwade his SsWy/K Majefty from'making any invalion Into Sdxvity, and repretent Unto him, the fatal confidences thereof , for rid doubt fuch a.:ftep would � ki,ndle a \Var in trfe Empire, and force his Imperial Majefty to take fit meaflires' fo> ftcuring the Piace thereof. He is lifcewifeordered; ft) endeavour -to difpofe his Swedijb Majefry to hearken to an arnica-  ble Treary, th~. King of N�*d accepts the Pro-pol'als of France, an i puts himl'df at trWhCad of the* Princes who oppofe the Ninth Electorate. The In- > ftiruSions fent co Count Straetmon, reJar* to the tame I affair, and he is ordered to repreieiir to tie King PiLwd, thai the ruin of his own Country cannot b� prevented, if the Swedes make an irruption thereinto; that his imperial Majefry his hitherto-prevented the fame, in hopes that his Majefly would rather give ear to his Frie�jd)y Advices, than to the iniinuations of his Enemies.but he is to intimate at the fdme fime;that his Forces being to be employed elievvhere, 'ris likely that the Swedes will take advantage of the prefent jiu.� Sure, for executing cheir defign, unlefs a Treaty is fet ori Foot for reconciling all differences. The a-erfion the Poles fhew to a Wat, the difficulties the Swedes hbour under, and th� Mediation of the'Emperor, England and Holland, makes us hope, that both Parties will at laft be brought to a Treaty. The Princefs Ragotzi continues her ibllicitatior.s in favour cjfher Husband, and has written to the Landgrave of Hejft Copl, and feVeral Other Princes related to her, to ddire diem to intercede in his behalf, but there are fuch pioofr againft him, that his Friends ha ve Jirtle hope;, efpecially feeing the chief management of char Affair is committed to Count Ottinghca, a nnn of sn aufhre temper'Tis certain that theft Con-fpimor* have been encouraged by the Emiffaries of France, but there appears nothing as yet that may re-  ti.'cT u,ion the f.larquefs of Villars. Prince Eugene of Savif is fit out for RfOmd), but he is like to find the Army broke up from thehctf, Prince Va*dcmn co ic:iare themfelves before they are � - *   in a condition to difturb our Affair*. T-he Ambsffai dor of Saiity will continue here rill matte's eome to an open rupture in Italy. He endeavours to excule! tjie Conduit of his Maftef, and declares, -tjiat ffts-tav. kmg upon him rhe Command of .the Fr Rev vanae.-^Hid the vaftfinwns'Jefcfcyotois^tfoVr, being* not ftifficient for maintaining a f^fcini cfr^i* Qualix � ty. � ^. - ... v. � trsvvkftH, May id. 'Our Lettets from tkt ed Confpkacy in Hungary, publUKed  Isy.'JlhtoIrrvp.eH! rialifts, and fays, that what tbey Jpread: abroad^of-thfe. Fjench having fomented the fame, is kuran artifice. ai- theirs t'