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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 3, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb/ 1024 C C C C And the Hiftorical Account, , and font to demand Contributions of the Inhabitants of the latter, which put them into a great confternation. They intended , to burn a Magazine ar Las Ptita,but we.bad a few days ' before removed all tbe Ammunition from thence. This news was brought hither by ftfreral Expreffes, and yet irwas hardly believed till 'a detachment of that Party of po HufTars appeared yefterday morning a; one of the Gates of this City, which they feized, and having Polled a Guacd of 30 men to fecare the feme, the Commander rid into this Town with 70 mm, Sword in hand, and crying l�*g Live tbt Empt. nr : They diftributed lome Money to the people to invite them to joyn them, but no' body offered to ftir in their favour, -feeing they were fo inconfider-able a number. This put the City into a mighty con-fttrnatioo, the Shops were fliut up, add the Mobility ran iraaudiaceljr to the Ca/He, where the Sovemonr would not receive them for fear of ,being furprized. The Huflirs, feeing they could do nothing further, returned towards, Pavia, without committing any diforder, and we hear they are marched from thence towards the Adim in their return to their Camp, carrying away the Procurator of the Cathufiam, as an Ho^ge for the payment of 20000 Crowns, which they demand'.of that Monafrery. The Gov�rnours of the Nfiighbcuyug places bave made fmall detachments or these Garrijfons to joyn the Militia of the Country, and endeavour to intercept the retreat of die fmperialiirs� who feem to have had a defign to fcizs ths King of Spain in his way from Lnzfra to this place. From the Imperial Camp near Luzara, Sept, ij. Dur Spie? brought advice on the aoth, that the night be-lore that the Duke of Vaniame cauled ' the Guard of the Dake of Ahjw to be relieved with great precipitation, by 3 Companies of French Grenadeers,and 35 GanJarmes, who kept Guard next his Bed Chamber, wherein 8 French Officers are to lye every night, f�r rhe fecuriry of that Prince. Tbe Spaniards make s great noife of this affiir, and have modeftly demanded fsrisraftion for an affront ; whi^h iinp'iei, chat the Duke of Anjm fafpr&s thernofa creich-rous d�fi#n againft. his Perfon. The French &tv hying a Bridge over the Po near Gaaftala, and we ar informed rb-y are preparing -h'jy hive already fenr f.une heavy Canaton on thr o'.'itt' (tie of the Pa Wa ha�- rhry are preparing to (fccarnp, atvl our Huf2 farsand Qragqons are ordered to hold tberttfelves in � readinefs to fall upon their Rear if -poflible, for sh* we are incamped wuhirra Musket ffebtof their' Wo& feveral Hoftages for greater fumms. Tfrey write, that the Inhabitant*are very useafy, bat ftew no incH* nation to declare for the Emperor, till, they fteTa fufficient force to proteathem. The King ofSf*lw is to fet oat the 2d of the next month for Milan, and from thence for Madrid. Paris, October 5. This Court is mightily furprize'd at the departure of the Admiraflte bKCmflih for Ptt-tvgal ; but the laft advices from Cadiz havelbrriewhat removed their unealinels, and' give them 'hopes, that the Confederates will be obliged-to give Wer tbe'rr enterprize lipOrt Cadiz. They- tell uj* that ori'tfee 16th part they attacked tbe* Fort of Matfigbyda with a great deal of vigour % but were fo w�"rrht1r teceived that they were repulfed, aod Have'^rrce that ttrt* ro the 23d made no other attack.They confirm the arrival of CorintCbateaiirenaudm^9^p-itiBa(m�i 'with theSpanifoPlate Fleet; feut wehfve rro particular* of their Cargo. Letters from Itaiy WH vfi, that the Armies continue in their former JPrifrs^ Cannonading each other with more fury thanevef) butliow"-everthey continue to fay, that outs wilHuddenly decamp. frankfirtj OSober 8. Letters from Sualia fiy, that the Cities ofNerdlittgtn miMemngtit have received the Bavarians for fear of a Bombardment, and that Prince ZjjwV of Badtn is marched to Frcdiingen, with a good Body of Troops, to prevent the conjunftion of the French and Bavarians. Part of the French Troop* had already parted the Rhine at Humnghtn, but the Bavarians, who were advanced to join th,�fn, are returned towards �7/w*. A Body ot Imperial Hujfiri under Ccunt Paifi,*re advanced in the Nefghbourhecd of Vim, which the Bavarian Governor is Fortifying with all imaginable fpeed. They write from Kaiis* bomtt of the jth intrant, that the Ministers of tbe Princes of the Empire have received Infttu&kns from their Mifters, to confent to ail the meafurts that (hall be thought necefiarf for reducing th-sEfeftor of Bavaria, who by too great an arnbition, r#? kindled a Civil War in the Empire* and endeavoured to-bring a Foreign Army into bmfiatj, upon the fpe-cious pretence of preferving rhe Publick Peace. . The Jrtoceedirig� of that Prince are every where difliked,' and the Princes, who have rsrurned their anfwef to bis Circular Letter 6r AcOiogy, exhort him to dif'S ;