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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 7, 1802, London, Middlesex Kutnb, 1048 D D D D And the Hiilorical Account, &c. From ^>afurDap November 7, co XUCi&tp Hovember 16; 170.1. btadrid, 02ober if. ""^He Retreat of the ConfederatePleet from the Bay of Cadiz, has occa/ioned greac repycings in this City, but fiince the arrival of an Ex pre fs with advice that rhacFjeet wis feen off not far from the Coail of Gallicia, rbe Court is in great paio for the G*'-#�. OMetVuecomi to the Regency flf this Eleftorate, for railing recrnits for the Saxon Troop's, arid efpecialfyforfudh ihalc are to be put into thefeiyice pf ,the Emperor, which are to be conipleat'in a few ^ee^'.: The1 idyicM ftom Poland are fo various ab6ut'^|itf' Wace widi Svteden, that vre don't know what Wprtly upon. The Republick ha� hot been iatisfit^ !.tw^tlfe,.jUaA ter written by his Swediflt M'ajeft'f to the'Palatm^ of Maftvia, one of hit Deputies, |nd; they^hiyij folved to declare"War againft the Stfiiiiei, if they *�* firfetlw Mediatibri of theRepublick, ^Bdronkailf cially feeing they have not Fbries.enol1^ , quit Poland, and that the Mafcuvths are'fieltroyin'g li> voni*' with Fire and Sword. General iteming has been for fome time at the'Court of Berlin j but We don't hear that/h^has concluded^ arij Treaty for his Mafter. That General is noj fik^ to return t4 Poland, the favour 'of the King, aad the War with Sweden, of which he has been one of the chief Au< thors, having drawn the hatred of the Poles npsa him'. Brufelr, Novethber 7- The French and Spanjik Troqps ate ma'rchiftjgto their refpeSive Quarters, and feeing the Cbnfcderates .have numerous Garri� Ions on the Maefe, ouf of which they may. forma great Army in hohrs.time, our Generals are, obliged to difpofe.our Forces in fiich'a manner, that they may be likewife drawn fpeedily together, to oppofe the defignt of the Enemy- TheGarrifon of the Chartreufe of Liege is arrived <^t Antwerp hn very poor condition, and fo weakned by Defertien^ that 'as not to be expected, that the Officers, can recruit them this Winter. The Regimenr.t&e.'^areii of Trogne, Governor of the Cittadel of Litgt,, a raumg for the Emperor,, will be compleat in a few days, tho he will receive no Men but Qermmi m&WaU hints, who have already been in,the fervice of Wnut and Spain. The jafiadvices from Spain and Paris hive caufed a great confternation in the French Cdnguefts and thefe Provinces^ for when we expe&ed to hear that the Confederate/Fleet was arrived in England, we underftand that they were about the middle of the laft month upon the Coaft of G*�*/�Vfteering for yigo; from whence 'tis concluded, that they had advice of the arrival of thePlare Fleet into that Port* The Treafure and other Coods brought by the laid ' ' Fleet ate of fuch a confequenceto Spam, and in particular, to thefe Provinces, that moft of pur chief Traders are. ruined if that Fleet is taken and deftroy* ed, and the very fears of it are very prejudicial to our Affairs. This reafon has obliged our Govern-raenllo publifh in our Gazette, that that Treafure his been carried from Vigo co lag* upon i �oo Carts, ;