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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 13, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb. 102& CCCC And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From XuetOa? Odlober 13, cq XtyUftft?. October 15, 1702. Vienna, October 4- AN Exprefs from Ratisboane has brought the welcome News, that rhe Dyet has unanimously refolved to declare the French King, the Puke of and' all their Adhsrentsi Enemies ofthe Ehtpire ; to tiii, they wire not reduced to thofe rtreightsthe French ..found fhemfelves in* be-caufe theGtrtifquolBtrzege hinders the latter from receiving- their Convoys from' the- Milmexe by the fame-ftiv-er. Prince Eugene makes prefimg inftances for che recruits and; reirrfbreernencs that haVe been -pro-rnift'i'-to hirrf, in order to enable hinj to take bis Winter quarters in .that Country, and oblige the French to quit tire tikdeneze*; and the Emperor being fenuble of the necefljr'y.' of reinforcing his. Troops vn that fide, -freTh orders are given for recruits to march tlyther, and they tell tis Chat riooo men: will actually joyn thatPHnee by the latter end of the next month at the fartrreft; 1 The Civil War the EleSor of Bavsria has began in Grr�ta�y, is the chief fobject of the frequent Council* tte Emptfror holds of late, and all imagirfab'le meafureVare raker to prevent the ill coofequpnee; thereof,,-which we hope is in a manner^ already dons,by r�ie diligence and prudent conduct of Pr. Uwh of Baden,who has polled himielf between the French and Bvpariartt to hinder their conjunction.while fome other Troops are marching into the Electorate of'Baver:*-- Arc Expre'fibas brought advice of the taking of f'ente-by the Confederate Troops, ano Prince UaffkuSjtt'riruik writes1 to the Emperor, that, be was marching txr Believe kuremtmde, and was in hopes to bi Mafhrof rhatplaqein a few days,. - Qttntzick, Qftober?.-, The-Poliji Pruffia being like to be the fe.n of.'he War, unlefsa Peace is fudden-Iy concluded between the King of Poland and the S-svedts. our Msyiirates have rcfolvsd toaugrri'ent our" Fortifici-tons, and they are aftwally making^.fojne new Fot� about this place., Ti* fsidtbe *f'&y.Poland hasfigr.ifed hi> intention to reftde part of tie Win- ter in this City, and part of his Eaggl.g� �* already arrived. They tell us alio from Cyti?gsl*rg,\lh�t the. King of Pruffa is fhorrJy expeded there, to give:, the neceflary oiders for the iecurity of his .Dominion*. Several Regiments of the Troops of that Prince have patted the Piftula in theij way ibr Gmingtberg, and wft are told that fome others are expected there.his Pruffim Majefty intending to have a good Army in that Country. Letters fromJfi// jetty and the King QtP&ndi and weexpoft with the utmoft impatience an: account of their> Negotiation, which will either produce War or Peace, the RepuJ~ lick having refolved to aflift their Kirjg, if the W�t refufe her Mediation., All our advices from Cnciv fay, that the King of Sweien is more, .inclined to a. Treaty than heretofore, to that we hope to fee Peace ihoctly reftoredin theft parts, if the EmilTaries of France dp not obftrud it- by their, Intrigues. 'Tis certain; that they: were never more bufy than at this time, being fenfible, that if a Treaty is concluded,, the Kings, o(S�tden*nA Poland will fend part of their Forces to the affiflance of the Allies. . Cilign, October 13.. r jfefterday the Bridge of Boats, the Allies had at Dvfildtrp was brought up to this place, and is to be ma4e ufe of tor the Bombardment offlonn. The iame day the Markgrave Al-birt of Brandenburg, Brother, to the King, of frusta arrived here, and is to hold thisday a. Council of Warr with the other Generals and the.Bifljop of-Raab, to concert proper meafures for the execution of that de-fign. They write ftom B���, that yefterday morning our Elector quitted-that p|ace with his own Troops, and CountT^^pnt.therein n Batallioosand 1 Regiment of ttorfe, under the Command of the Marquis of Ceigsy,. and.with the reft of his, Troops and thofe,of the Elector, matched back towards the Maefe.. The Confederate Troops in our Neighbour hood.con-fift of 44. Bataiyoris and 60 Squadrons, and the Roads, between this place .and Bonn are. inlargihg. for the conveniency of their, march. A great Train of Artillery, and a vaft quantity of Bombs and Fkeworki,, ate. hixn'ly ��jpeQed firom We}tl j but 'tis hot believed, that the. Confederate Troops will formally befiege. Bonn, the Sesfonbejng-too ^ar advanced, and tis more probable taey n^tjdefttoy that place as much as thett. can with their Bpmbst that the French may not (ubfift therein this Winter without great difficulties. .The Inhabitants axe for the mpft part fled away with their. : beft eflfcets. Letters ftom the Imperial -. Army at BiJ-, we/Ztr tell us, that they make preparations to Bombard Tori L�m, before they march into their Winter Quarters, which will not ,be fettled till they know what the diveriion of the Eleftor of Bavaria will come to. They write frsim Ratisbm, thatthe Minifter of that Prince does publickry declare, that hie Mailer, feeing the whole Body of the Empire has refolved to declare. Wa'r againflFrmct. and Sfain, he will notperfiftin hisToimer, enterprize. Hague,. October-17. The Envoy of the Emperor has prefented a Memorial to the States, importing, that the Dutchy of Guildvlatid being part of the-Spaniih Dominions, the Emperor defired. the Civil Adminiftration of that Province. The King of Prtf-demands 300000 Crowns, Contribuiion from, that Dutchy, and the States have appointed a Com-mirSoner tc confer with the MJnffieis of that Prince op ;