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Post Man (Newspaper) - November 26, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb; 1054 3D-D DO And the Hiftorical Account, ; in a ptivate Audience ofthe Pope* whichiliftedjabout ^ hours. Count Ltmierg, AmbaflkdoT of ^leBftlpefor, who has not been at Court for &terar^ntte'; is. to have an Audience, in a very.few days. The difpure which happened* la'fr week betweenthe. Ani-baflidor of Spain, aho'the Queen Dowager of Poland, is alfo adjufted, with our tile Mediation of anybody, that.MinitUr having fsnt rhe. Secretary of the Em-b43*y-to expafe thejfame, and tell that Princefs that his had turn'dt oucehe Footman who~begun the q�sr-rd, and itapt her Majefiy's Coach. An Exprels from Bolonia has brought advice, that 6 Men in Vizards ftopt the Mail between that place and Jmola, and having opened the fame, took Out only the Letters directed to the Pope, Cardinal Paulvtfi, Secijf ta*lf\0$ State, the Envoy of .ft/arf*, arid Marquis Ragp, Governor of the Paft Office. This made at firft a great noile, and. the Imperillifts and French were equally fufpeGed to have a hand therein ; but theLecters they took away, leem a plain indication, (hit? chofe who did it, - defigaed to ducoyer ibm* pat-tiicillar things r�latin^o the GoyeTOmejHtr of BtUwa* and not to the granS affiirs-�f-fir^Sw. Tire !�ft advices from Aft/jffiy, that; the Ifimjof'Sfa'mhad declared his refolution to fit out for AWn*1 the 6*rb of th� . ne*t month, and Signior Zantedari one ofthe 3 extraordinary Nuntio's that were appointed to go to rhe Courts of Vienna, France* and Sffjtfa, to exhort tiloTe Powers to Peace, is ordered to follow the Xing orSpain to Madrid, to be ready at hand to* aft fbr the fame, if there happens any favourable jmi&ure to let aiiy Negotiatiori on fobt;of which there is no manner of likelihood , till one ofthe Parties has received a eoaQderable difgrace- Parit, Nov. 2 $. Our Troops under the Command of the Duke of Vandomt, are not yet marched into their Winter quartets.for Letters of the 14th inftant from Ntvi fay , that that General was refblved to continue theretill Prince Eugene had difperfed his Forces into th>tr Qoarters. The motions of the Germans, fince their.bTeaking up from Luiara', (hew, that they defigti to'Winter for the moll part in 'the Mdittkan on both litres, the Po, for they are Forrifyine St Benedetto, Govern*)'* and feveral other: Polls, and the verj feme day 6ar Army decamped, they-fent a detachment ta Poft themfclves at Goniagua.They are alfo Fortifying iome little places on the Frontiers of the Utdenezt, for covering their Lines, which reach from Finale on the River Panart. to St Benedetto by St Felice, Mirandalit, Concordia and Quiftelh. Notwithstanding the Imperia'ifts are fomewfiat flreighten-ed in their Quarters, they are fo conveniently Ported, that they may draw all their Forces together in a'very ihorttime, and may be fo eafily fupplyed by means of the Pound other Rivers from the Ferrarezt, the Venttiin Territories, and their-own Magazines at Utula, that they are HiceJy ro fare better tfiis Winter than our Troops. Pjince Engine has ordered to repair the Fortifications of Stillata on the confines of the hUnttutn and the Popes Territories, for that pla�e b fo conveniently fituafed, that he defigns to make a great Magazine there. They write from Rome, that the Pope is certainly refolved to augment His Forces with yo"oc men, which will be for the moft part railed in �Sititzirlavd, and that he has ordered the Legates of Fcrrara and Bolonia, to oopoft By fe�irce of Arms* the .Imperialifts or French and Spaniards, that thill offer j� take gutters iii ft� dependencies of their refpeaive Gcver{irriema||rie-Chevalier deFoiirhn with th^Fiigots under; hi*Corn-mahr) a>!0 fome kufliftiii. T^6op>;j:b,dnotn prsfde^Jiff, thatthe King of SW*. dsn has id fome* manner ke'eepted. the'Medtation of the Rlepublick/ ioyht^wltli'' that of the Emperor, aridfbhie otherF^trice^ ^s^wedim Ma jefty is very wejl pleafed jyith the^in^pf ^^;>6opirefaf�d pafTage^hrough his Te'fnforlie'sjto fbrrie Saxin Troops, which were marching into the Bifboprick of Warmi*. The Imperial Minifter has communicated to the Pen* {v&&sfyi$fc vigorous^eidlurrons of the Dyet ofthe Empire, which indeed1 are vety noble j- and. trelfcar thae\to make5 them more effectual than heretofore, they are concerting howto bring rfJoftTroops intqthe Fiefd betimes, arid avoid thc-inconveniences, which fruftrated the fame reiblutiQnT durihg'fhe late^War," when ir was obferved, thatrfonie PrinCfts weie lending the Quota they were obliged to, when it vii time ro march into Winter ^farters. Lendtnplov. 16. Yefttfrday In the afternoon came in 2 Holland Mails the frefljeffof Tuefday laft, with the? following advices.Lettersfrom,icVi�� of the lathpairy confirm the good dtfpolltions of the King of Portugal to come into the Grand Alliance. That he had given orders to hailen his new Levied and the equipping of his Fleet ;and in the mean rime is fending 20000 Foot and 4000 Horft to his Frontiers, The Adrnt-rarite of Qafile continues near Lisbon, but 'tis faid one of his Nephews is returned to Madrid. The Sp>niih Minifter having caufed a Spanifh Cap-ain to be feiieo*. and Cent on board a French Man ef War, the King of? Portfigi/reftnted the fims ro that degree, that he bat* figiyfiedtothefaid Minifter,that having promifed his* prbreaioatd that Officer, he will r*ke loch mealur*tf' ar heffiilithrfnfe fir to do himftlf |�ftice, Untefi tiui Man �fet-atLiberty: ;