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Post Man (Newspaper) - May 31, 1801, London, Middlesex And dieHiftoricai Account, ut. Ramsi M�y ** Emperor, and fooie fay, that they bavfe-ilready done ir, but this is too material to be believWH.but upon diences to the AmbaiTador of r��'cr on the fcy this olace ~Xa�~.- r----~-� t-..... . lame fubjeft. The Ambaifador �f ��- fo caSy&T^r ' of **�,e* �� . t0 P�yr has again notified to the Pope, that the Potties tains. * g VrovlfIon� ttoojjgfi the ftoun- of his Maftvr were ready to enter into /tsty> but this Vi�%na Mav or t ; ' >~ they mould be kept under Co feverc a difcipj/f*, which, hind red Pri^,. V-lt ? -5** tJ,e abilities that the Ecclonaftical Sure, nor the T��fo,f� of tkE^ofX any other Vnnce in amity with his imperial Majefly, -j -i- -l , A^R"a',?� at ufe a� (hould luffernothing on their part. Several new " "~ 1 - --� Companies are ient to Ftrrmr* and Btltnls, and our Galleys are failed rbr Ccr^w, to take on board fdme Tfftops raifed inthatlfLtad. The Duke of* Pama is wiling fome Regiments to Joynwich the forces of the Pope, who noqle&s nothing that m>y contribute to the (ecurity of the Territories of the Church, whiJft he impjoys all his Friendly Offices to divert another way the ftorm balj is tbreatned with. The Viceroy or Naphtha feixed and confifcated the Principality of Fundi, which was given by the late King mSfgin, co the Count of Mantftlt, for the great ier-y/ces he had done the Spari/jb Monarchy, an� has ex-pofed the lame* to Sale, without any regard to {He Graat of his Jate. Catjbplick Majefty, fo that all the piled, and fhit the Lordlhip of Ortentu of iadoo Guil. dersa year is given robing tor over, ,in tlwnarure of a Fief, in Jieu of ail the Arrears due into him. He >s allowed $odoq Guilders a year; as General erf the Imperial Forces in time of War, ai^ijooOjin rime of Peace.. He is Qovernonr General ofaij the Forts and Fortrefies, irid fortified Towns in. the Empire^ jind has a power to aft a* itQnU think Krtf$j. {he, Jfyvwe of the Emperor, wlrhotttVaUiflg for orders from .the Imperial Council. We expeft to Jiear by the negrix-preufrom Kruertdn, (hit our Army is march'* into /r�fy, for notwithfhnding the F�reoch hai?e ficttr'd a great many PaffeS, Prince . of iftup writes* that he canwirhdjfficulfcie'sand ItouMes match into tlxPtrmxt.Afi %ipi;ti is arriy'd here faint Qttilr nkVrt&tt* are hear tbajcti* i^et rf 50000 4re moving to join out Army _________ Commiffaries hither to regulate their. March,~bn& the iiamik^hisSaBiefh h�v� ?�a.v -j a - ^laftfevenlthiaBsrelatingtotheirAo^^ Kmg^SwiS not12Ar�' ^ ?h.� rh* Infantry ef this State, except fpnw few Compa- fcemV, the mofltmaterial dtecSrifS'ft*^ ^es rcmamingin the tittadeU .^mFcWrig to L Treaty. Tte ffl Ehvofn�na^r'f-^/t ^mp, aocl a/lthe Proyifions we�a.n;get, aieTendiW *r-1--':-y � pot yet Mncd his tp.J�|wi^�. They urire from .thence, th?t the new Negotiation* m ...... lrrhr, May 18. We hive advice.tVom 6nr Armt at *o�ifcarionsare carried .jpft eXOtaordinary W^f, ^^"**SroC f^JW1*?iggwed diligence, elbecially fmcef1iem��oiis of tbeGW^w the Mb m the Mouhttms the General Officers. �. . �� r � anA ririBloved a grear nflmberof PioneersiK). enJarcc on the Frontiers; ��\*gfe^ �fflF� Jo^ffls by blowing Bri fdme Rocks, MM as the ImperialUb, I^�^Wfl2L5��2 ordered 4 Regim^ts *f *4^o Men. each to march of fuch a Santbwry M �8^SSSlr Xot�ii� P�fii which they did with a great deri of Ehe fcVerity theWagiftx�� fB^ft the Par- gggj� JJJitthoutanyoppofttion from riie.W^ J?��*� 1 y .... ----* ^^11 overlpoJjt^gtheErench , intend w mi^r wtesm . jfod favouring the-P�!� of _____vn____ ........, ... Iw�iv�"tlie whole loiperial Army M motion ftfeW^flJ? Calm weatheti they lookjipou fuch �s *r^.W F'ench, aftetP fp vifible a miracle; as Infi- f^V" .Hereti�s' i^JT iW Am? days ago a fair with ihem: aa Pieces of Cannon a�e�nej.- oppottumry toftew rhek fcntimenrs, fQt Wje had a �acefox tb'eEmp, lotSSai?fcf*S fea report, that que j|rmr^5 entirely defijted, fiddle GriWe^S. f?Sis nliSSnBSii 12�r2" "the' Gate, of w/i^ty ftoWt^Kf anMSffiSSSflfi ctn'/h,%-W,^e^dth�^ lime ?. LeSrHform JUM*, .f rf* Children in tV Street, cryed Ifg Uw tUt&far. a7rfi ptCrili us. i the iSsJ^S^l^ WLJ*. th�." ? � %�.l^n. tod � foreiunner of the �9vSSr afcaT^P*"--^s"^^T^-- S^i5**SC Vfqtoty of the.Jmpwa.ifcs, May Jq. We/ he�r from Rovmdf, that the tmpetfcl Army has pafkd xhs Jf*t widiojitsmy op' . gjveo� I'ithieir Frontiers, that they u� to joyti kKe S^�/ agaiuft t . othess Uleire An JltaJL to iffflr* �; Fan TheFoTCts ofthe&randDtltctijr �r�1 by are^o .joT/aW. rTh�Vwriw W . M*;th�c the General Dyec was |o rt^gfve"i!�:hopes;tb^ tj� diy-ftlkwingT M�l that ifcoft ot-tfc* ;