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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 4, 1801, London, Middlesex Numb. 896 QQQ f And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From XaefDay November 4, .to 1Bt)tttfDap November 6, ijou Rome, October 22. Ignior Francifco Morozini Ambafiador extraordinary of the Republick of Venice is ihorfly expected here, to fucceed Signior Erizzt, who had yelterday his audience of leave _ of the Pope. An Exprefs from Signior Caforti ourNuntio to Naples, hasbrought advice that the fad Nunrio having according to his orders made preiling inltances to the Viceroy, that Prince Riccia may be lent back to the Church from whence he �was taken in the Territories of the Church, contrary to the Eccleliaitfcal Immunities ; the faid Vicerfcy has aafwered, that what has been done in that matter was agreeable to the Concordat or Agreement concluded between the Duke of Akala Viceroy of Naples, and the Popes Pius the 4th and Pius the 5th, whereby it is ftipalared that in order to furprefs the Banditti, who then infilled rjjat Kingdom and the Territories of the Church, it ffcould be lawful on both fides tcrpurfue them 10 miles withm one a-notheis Dominions. They are very much furpri-zed here at that ahfwer, for alrho we might allow that that Agreement is ftill in force, yet the cafe of Prince Riccia is very difierentjfor he w� never look-ed upon to be one of the Banditti. A Congregation of Scare is to be held upon that fubject, and the people long to know what refolotions they will take in'this nice Affair. They write from Naples that on the 17th inftant Dm Giroiamo and Dm Bernardino Jquaviva were taken up by or'derof the Viceroy and committed clofe Prifoners, and that it was not known upon what account. The Viceroy has caufed fbme Meal to be dfftribuled amongft the Poor, to gain the Affection of the common people, of which he ftands now in greater need than ever, his feve-' rity againftfome Noblemen being highly refented by the Nobility. Q Commifllonsr ef the Emperor to the Dyet, and 'tis hoped from his ability, that all the Members of the Empire will be brought to a good understanding, and be per-fwaded,to affift the Emperor, in ths prefervition of the rights of the Empire, which are mansfeftly invaded by the pretended difpofal of the Du'tchy of Milan, in favomr of a Prince of France. They havo promifed him as an encouragement, the Coadjutor-Ihip of the Bifhoprick of SaitxJmrg, one of the belt in Germany. Hamhnrgh, November S. According to our latt advices from Lithuania,xhe hopes they had of a friendly accommodation of the inteftine troubles in that Country are vanilhed the intrigues of foma Grandees, who find their private account in thofe (HtiH commotions.On the 12th palttheViceChancel-lor of Lithuania, Conrmiflioner from the King of Po/*�^,had audience of the Congrefsof rheNobility at Grodno, and delivered unto them a Writing figned bytheGreatGeneral and Great Treafurer,c6ritaining an account of the damages they have fuftalned from the Nobility, and {bme rropofals upon which they confent to enter upon a Treaty with them.The next day the faid Commiffioner appeared again in theAl-fembly, and defired an a'nfwer ; but'infiead thereof lome of theDeputiesexclaimed againlt the arrogance . of the Sapieh�'s,Vfho aflurried the Titles of Great Ga-neral and Great Treafurer, and ufed in their Writing fuch a was very unbecoming men, who fhould implore the Oemence of the Nobility- O-thers {aid, that they had no inftnlctions to enrer into a Negotiaticn with them, jnd tbrc they co�ld not deparc ;