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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 13, 1801, London, Middlesex FromXtjurfuapNovember i 3,10^atttttapNovember 15,170^ Prince Lewis of Baden expe&s their refolution, in- IVarfaa, November 4. rending ihortly to go for Vienna,T give the Emperor an account of what he has done in thefe parts,which Rince Sapieha Great General of Lithuania, will appear in time much more confiderable, when an^ the Great Treafurer his Brorher, be- the Publick is better informed of the intereftthc ing informed of the breaking up of the French hid got in this Country. Congrefs held at Grodno, for adjufting their Hamburg, November 15. Our Letters from Berlin _ differences with the Nobility of that fay, that the King of Prujjta has agreed with the great Dutehy, and that the propofal delivered States General for yoco men of his Troops, but fome on their part unto them, by the Veyvod of Syradi* ad'ices tell us, that his Prujfan Majefty hasfignified their Plenipotentiary , was voted feditious, lean- to the Emperor, that he cannot engage himfelfinto dalous and injurious to the Royal Authority, the Grand Alliance againft France, as long as his have written to their Friends � Courr, and defired Kingdom of Prufiia, and his Territories in Pomerania them to repreletit to the King, that this is but a are expofed to an invafion on the part of the Swedes, continuation of the iildefigns of the Nobility againft who continue to fortify Libtu, and feveral oth�r their Familv, and that as they have hitherto Sacii- places in Courland, intending to Winter in that iked their own private interefts to the Good and Dutchy, that they may be ready to affift the Houfe Tranquility of their Country, they do frill perfift of i>apieha,or otherwife a& as they fhall fee occaficn, 1 in the fame difpofition, and hope that his Majefty when they know the relolution of the Dyet of will make ufe of his Authority to protect them, and Poland. The Republick of Venice has offered the compel rheir Enemies to give them fatisfa&ion for command of their Forces to General Bamier, who the d.-.mage they have fuftained, and the ruin of commands the Troops ofthe Duke of Holftein, and theii Vaffals, who have been ufed with unheard of he expe&s the confent of that Prince, for accepting cruelties.and found lefs compafiion and juftice among the fame. According to our 1 aft advices from Swo their Co':..tiymtn, than they might have expefted den, orders were arrived there to Ship off 6000 men from Tfnnn, or any other Foreign Enemy. They more for Courland, and fome reinforcements are conclude by defiring the King and the Republick to likewife to be fentinto Pomerania. We have a ftrong. flop thofe Violences, that they may not be com- report here, that the affairs of Livonia will be fud- pelled to feck amongft Foreigners the protection denly pacifyed, and that the Emperor being fenfible which rhev ought naturally to receive from the that Glory is the chief motive, whereby the King Throne.C:(calsr Letters are iffued out for the meet- of Sveden is influenced, 'tis propofed that thac ing of the- Provincial Dyets, and the meeting of the Prince fhould command the Imperial Forces on the General one is impatiently expected, for they are to Rhine, with ijooomen of his Troops, which will have under confideration fever.-1 affairs of the high- afford him greater opportunities to fignalize his Va- eft importance, as Peace or War with Sweden, the lour. If there beany- ground for this report, the payment ofthe fumm that Lowing to the King of Peace of the North will be throughly fettled for V Profit* for B.lbing, the picification ofthe Troubles fome time, for the King of Denmark having parted in Litbuamai and the paying of the Arrears due to with moft of his Forces, and the King ofPrufiJabc- the Army, which threatens the Great General to ing wholly engaged in the inrereft of the Emperor, confederate themfelves, if they are not fpeedilyfa- all occafions of miftruft and jealoufy will be removed tisfied. The Imperial Minifter has frequent Confe- in the North, as foon as the Peace between the King rences with the King, and'tis believed his Majefty of Sweden, the King of Polani, and the Czar ofMgkf- toillenrcr into a ftricr Alliance with the Emperor, vyis concluded. and fend m-.ft of his Forces to his affiftance. The Hague, November 18. A Treaty is on foot with Sieur du Heron Envoy of the French King ufes all the Landgrave of Hejfe Catfel for a body of hisTroopj, poffible endeavours to obftruii that Negotiation, but befides thofe Regiments that are already in the, by all the accounts we receive from abroad, the fervice of the States. That which is commanded by1 French King is likely to have fo much buiinefs.upon Prince Charles oi Hefe Cajfel one of the Sons of the his hands, that this Court cannot in the leaft rely Landgrave, is to be maintained for ever, as well in upon his affiftance. time of Peace as in time of War, and the States hava Fraitckfort, November n. Our Letters from Ratis- declared that it fhall be always Commanded by a borne tell vis, that great preparations are making there Prince of that Illuftrious Family. Count Goes En- for receiving the Cardinal of Lernberg, high Com- voy Extraordinary of the Emperpr has frequent miffioner of the Emperor to the Dyer, and that mat- Conferences with the Foreign Minifters rending ters have beenfo well prepared,{that 'tis not doubt- here, having brought from Vienna all the necefTary ed but tha Empire will declare for the Emperor, and inftructions and powers to conclude the Negotiati- enter into the Grand Alliance againft France; the pre- ons he had begun in this place. The French Troops fent jun&ure, if not neglected, affording the moft in the Netherlands are marching to their quarters, fo favourable opportunity that could be wiftid for, to that there is no likelihood of any action on that fide, reduce fr.v.:c to its Antienr Limits prefcrib'd by the but the Affairs of Cologn grow daily more intricate, Treaty of Munflcr. The Deputies of the Circle of efpecially lince the marching ot our Troops into the Upper Rhine are arrived here, and will begin to the Territories of the Elector Palatine, which his morrow their Conferences on the propofals made Electoral Highnefs of Cologn complains of, being unto them on the part of the Emperor, fo that we fenfible, that they aie defigned to oppofe hi* fhall know in few days whether their Forces mall Arbitrary proceedings, and the meafures he has pafs the Rhine for perfecting the Lines that are be- concerted with the French. Some Gentlemen' have gun inH^slatlrnb on the other fide of that River, found out a'fecrer, which will b'every" ferviceablcj ;