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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 19, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb, 1051 D D P D f And the Hiftorical Account, &�catilt;SiS* -November, si*utl /�m/ lo have fame Jealoufy of the iinceriry of fK'e Elrfror'of Bavaria, who might have attempt-ei b j&Jjil 4he M�refcti,il of after the Fight of friediingen And Monfieur Ricwrt oar Envoy at his ?ourr, ifCrdtnito watch hi* motions with an ex-hsorjlineJt/ 'CtiCjr intimation being given to our MinijjlcW, Iwftete is a fecret Negotiation be-vecn jilt tii&tini and the Cardinal of �emberf ComriyHj^Mw Emperor at the Dyet of R.*l!s&oiMi>. Tbty hvteliktnife taken fome umbrage ,of�pnVa;..wa:s in �n| ftproa'r, upon advice of the _aiTiir. a^figo,. thsc oe/ w�r�' fki'&if vfkn fttdi-f�*rs,' tliit fw'f a v.-hole day the Iahabitants believed, rhat. the 'EitgliiE Dutch were come within.a .davsimarfeh of!tb>t p^ace^. *' and fomeScouts that they fertt'fjM'^^ra^wof^iV^'.. fancied 'federal times, that they ttilcovet-eff tteifc^;..1 Troop*. , The Magifhaces behaved themfetyes with, a great deal of prudence in this rtirie carfjiipflure^' r and prevented the Jnfuriefiion Czt&'maT Pamcarrtrt ^ ' and die French were fo muchafrafd of,,' 1Tis;certaia that this Fleet has be^njloft by rnrfmatiajeWtnt, for , they bad near-6 wetfci time to unlade the effects} buc ' > the Court having a mind to feize all that Treafure,. � and being not yet entirely ufed to 9ie bold fteps; )i theFrenchCourt^theydelayediEupon feverai pretentfes, thinking that the,G�ili|insf were fafe m Vig�r. and that; fome expedient might be found out, to takifhe^reat-efi parr of the.Mpneyvj ^y^^xx^^\^\i^'^kvi pie. Tht confequences. ,of; tRat affair- are /f� very great, that the Court of .'Fr*'fl�iis more.concerned thereat, than if the: Allies -had \i)skn\ Cadiz. The �,. prefehce of the King- of Spam being �ei>y �nece^^t^-. Madrid in this juri&ureV Expirefles are;|K^^$iip' defire him to haften hh Journey as much a*|p^j^|^>^ The Maiefcbalof. B,ov$ers having put .'bis '^i&igp^'' into Winter Quarters,, is. arrived iere wHh tfefe ^sSi^v-" nifh Generals. The Court of ftvr�� has de/ire^Sev Eleftor of Coltgn to come and retire at Natnurtbis Winter, in hopes jhatiij^aity in the Bifipprick of e; liege wifr be encouraged rHerepy, and accordingly.. they are fitting tup.a Houfe for .bis Electoral High- . riejs. " � .,- . .. . vr Hague, November. 24. "the t^fctaig iti:@xfc6,, .Brijkt ^ Unix, and Andernaeh, by the Heieditaiy Prince of t Hep Cajfel, has occalloned a gieat joy in CdogVj foe the; : Garrifon of Utan willjbe (p ftreightned thereby, that 'tis thought they will fiijidK very &&vak to fubfift therein tflis Winter, aiuC Aejr. '. r felves of receiving any fupplies. Thei magifirafes 6& tdtgn noake fp prefjing ihfiances for the Siege of-flea* that if'the Weather proves favourable, the fame i� ,. likely to be undertaken this Winter, and ittiat City; offers to be at the sharge tjitreof. Count Zinkeodtrf, � Plenipotentiary of the Emperor at liege, has commanded fevetal Inhabitants to'^oeparr that^ Caty, be* '. . csufe pf their intrigues'ih favour of Frozce ind Spain. The calling of the States of that Principality by the" Chapter, ha f appeared lyable fo fo many ihconv^nien- ; cie�t that it was thought rnore expedientrJBa|'�4i�'-,f.-.'. Empercjihou'd callrheirh to^ rity. Tie fraM.'of.Wa)rV%�ri0'!iuM\C^fi^ga-^it:-':-^ fettled^ anifenr to the Provinces for the& afptoba:-tion,and notwithftanding theteanf'no new ]Regiment$! taken into our fervice, our Forces wilj lie more hu-r:' me.rous than the laft y�ar,''.'^^'.'d�.�t^ei^aye.t��.' folved td augment 10 ttixa^m each Cob^s^/^-' Foot, and proportionally in the Horfe, w^ichjjj?M amount to near 2ocoo men. '*Tis: faid, the Stares'ate diflarisfied with the conduct of fome I^trtd Officers, that were oh board the Fleet, andt that they ate to be y"_ confined, t6anfwerthe complaints exhibited agatnfl? them.. Letters from France make ar great noife ... their preparations againft the nerft Campaign, but we \ are very well affured, that they are reduced to^rei^  ; extremities, and do opt know, how to rarintain their. �'� Forces in Italy, nor bo^ to pay {he large Subftdiej they have pramifed to the Efeftor of Bavaria. .The. EmuTaue^'of thfc'Crdwn are very bufy itiWamtf'to' -prevent aPeafee on that fide.but'tis believed tficirArtifices wilfmifcirry at this time, and rhu: all Partwsr will "be convinced, tfiat the continuation of the War' Wn!l yrove fifj-l.ttS their hireieft^. ... ,{:.,, u .(, No>e( Qv.fyurfdaj Sir Gecrge Root,' was by i�et MafePJfcCora^odt.-fwdim.'-9^ her Ma- � jefsy P'lo'c* at ths Bo'etd'accc'liiisly ;