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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 24, 1802, London, Middlesex And the Hiflorical Account, &c. From XueCDap November 14, co �$nrCtittf November %6, 1701, Hamburg!), Nov. 24. Ur Jail advices from Stockholm fay, thai the news of the Ravages committed by the Muscovites in Livmi�t and the faking of the ftrong Fortrefs of time- - burgh, have made the Council of Sweden very uneafy, and ihey have written to their King on that fubjeS. The people who long to enjoy the pre-fence of hi* Mjjofty, begin* pubfickJy to riflttl en fome.ofhis Minifters, who are fufpe&td to tk-fain him a'srdad by their advice. The news they had fame time ago 10 Sweden as well a? in other par:s, of a marriage concluded between their King; and the Electoral Prince's of Hannover, occafioned an Un-ffjieakable joy, but as long as rhey fee his Majefty abroad, they cannot believe that ihztaSair is fa far advanced as they cou'd wifh. The Governout of Kerva is preparing againft a fecond S ege , and augments the Fortiricarionj of that place, in order ro make a long refiftance; But the Mtifcovitei having taken Nottiburgh in a very fhort time, tis feared now they, are improved in the arc of War, and that if a fpeedy Peicedoes riot difarm them, they will grow good SouUliers intime.arsd prove a very troublel'ome people boih to 5s>�(V� and Poland. The taking of that Forrrefs gives them a paftage into the Baltitk Sea, which is the chief ambition of the Cnr, the Palvr. Utitit bsiag� to narrow to give him an opportunity 10 fljew his skill in building of Ships arid Navigation. The Inhabitants of the Swedifh Pmermia were very much -afFra'id of an inyaiion from theSaxoat, but we are aflttrsJ' that there is rtof the )e�ft ground for it.their SweSiih ahblit�ed to give oyer-that deftgn, and employ the Money in the paymentot the TrnapsV sfkerdy on foot, which threaten' to' defcrt ihefr ?Jcr- Jodrs, tinlefs they receive fortte fatisfa&iori. The Marquis deViUa Danes makes preffin" iriftaiicec for forne remittances, the Catrilnimiunder his Corhmaud, declaring, tha: unlefs rhr.y a;e ipeedily'paid, they will return home. THe King holds frequent Coua* ciis. of State, and w� hear /everal proji&s For laying ( new Taxes; have been deUated therein, and fome that were agreed upon, will fcortly be made pub* lick. The Marquis of Legimettvh6 has been here Fojf fame time, fet out tome days ago For Madrid, witfi fcveril orders and inftru&ions From the-King, jrei Jaring to the ptefent; pofture of affairs, ari3*'ris thought hfr will fhortly^return hjther,' rb fucceed the Marquis dt CajritdefrU^-ks Ambaffador from Spatiii the Adrhlrante of G^7^ having declined that fetvjcejfc and retired ro the Court'-oPP6r<��5<�l. Theretreac of thatLord is ftill a myftery 1td^thePubljck;fer ourMinl-fter at Lisbon who has�nirrowly watched his motions (ince his retreat thither, writes pbfttit'ely, that M has not been able to dkio^X&'^^^.Ogtf^fd^' dence between fcim and- th�f;'irirp;e"rjat Arnbaffador,  that he and the reft of the Wo*ld' expec|gp|E|lee. This confirms the opinion of Tome Peopt^|*^|pl�i Enemies of that Grandee found means t,o:p�fjp*^e him of fomt ill defigns againft his Perfoa'.ufelcK feared him away ; but bh the Other hanrl his retreat was fo well cpneerterf, that it tdvift ht r projeii of a' long ftancJing. ; ' . * ff*g��, Nov.'iS'. Sertral q&efeisitfxo were cefh6 hither to confer with the:^B|ii (nfel&Ubehntgh, are re* rurniogto their ComrBirids1;in^wie.lear Money will be fpeedly iffue,d out For: thV'augm^ntirig of otft Troops. SeyerarjProvirie'egrif this Republic^ htvi given their cortfent to the Fro&ibitioH of all G6vAi ' merce and.Correfpondehce with Friiie* even bj^Ler* terS. bat^pontbis condition i that all the Allies JhiH do the fame, and forbid the jConiumptioh of. all the Goods of the Growth and Mantifactiire of trghefiti their refpecl;ive Dominions, tofltbp the clarideftihs arid fraudalous Trade, which was carried oh in the late War, by means oiGenotSt Sebaflitm arid other places,1 where French Goods were carried from tfanu, artd~ thenMiTranfported to all others parts,' / whereby the Frre�ch^bft Wry l�r^e by. tJje laffl*' Prohibitio1!! ofCpfemerce1 that was then piblifced by the Allies. l%iy%ri^'irom'fl^