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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 14, 1801, London, Middlesex hum I., 0S7 1. nd the Hiftorical Account, &'c. Froai CUCl&ap October i4,toXfltttfiftp Oflober 16, >?qe French King hw owned the piclent King of jw!,)v; Iv.s owned thePrince of /Talcs for Succeflcc to the late king, and fur King of iirtat Snitam , but we don't know what anUver the Pope returned except that he ordered leveral thouland Maflts to be fjia for the repofe r/the Soul of the deccafed, Venice, October 8 Our Letters from Brejtia fay, that Print-- Kiigcrtc of Savoy has reinforced the Garrrfbns of C.ijl-glune and Cafielguifre, upon advice, that the Frer^n were to utick tnofe places: The ImperiaJ AtnbifTacior received this day an Exptefs from due Prince; whereupon he has made new inffohces t9 obtain Winter quarters for the Imperial Troops, but ?h=r Rc^ubick ,fsems very unwilling fo d"o it. We hear f'om tfapjes, that i'everal Noblemen of that Kingdom have ordered their Vailils to take up Arms, under pretence of defending themftlves in thefe times of trouble, which makes the Viceroy very tmeafy, fearing that tiieir real deflgn is to declare for the fioipeiqr. According ro our hft Advices from On-fifrttinoj/U, the ajffjin of the Turks continue very intricate, and the Xsrif of hkuha, of the line of Maho-mit, being ar,i;ty with the Grand Signior, for having mads a I'ct^e with the Chriftians, contrary to the jtlcwan^ dciigns to deprive hini o'ftl;e title of head qfthe Mahoyictan Religion, and transfer that dignity to the Emperor'of. Morocco, and many one of his Daughters to him. The Arabians 1iav e defeated the Caravan ..w^hich was coming from Mcccha, and the BajiV* oft^'amefmand Ghidabive; been killed on that occafion. Tijs famous Captain BalTa Mezzomorto is dead ifPamin ti\e Arckiptlago. From the Imperial Cam} r.zur Ponteog'-io, Oftober 6. thi ift inft'anc a party detached by General Vaw 6o��e debited a Convoy" going to the French Camp i?ear Sondno, Jciiled feveral rheh, {poiled theProvi/t-ons, and brought away f80 laden Mules, loo Oxe'rt and feveraj Horfes. The 2d Sni 3d, our Parriej obtained feveral other fuiall advantages , but an the 4ch the Lieutenant CollotVetof Mcrci and Gui-iheim being abroad, met near) PicigbttoM with 3 ft.tong party of the French, the formoT was obliged to retire with 20 cr 30 men killed and wounded ; becaufe the Party of Gtuthrim could not come up to his afilirince. They brought howjver into our Camp a good booty, and 2 Couvriers of the Enemy. The Wen'ther is" {0 very bad, that notwithstanding the prscunions the Generals on both fides, have taken r.o pro/'dcagair.ft the Raia. :-��*l^�rs f�il fick apace, and if they cont'iKue much longer in their Camps, ihere will be no need of Fighting to deftroy one another. We have hitherto the advantage over the trench, being incimpcd in a higher ground. Ratisbonne, October 13. The Envoys of Fmnct and Cologn continue to make great clamours about the proceedings of the Emperor sgainft the Dukes cf . Savoy and Mantua, but no other Minifters have made any reprefentation againft it, and Copies of the Irn-psrial Decrees againft them have been delivered here by the Minifters of the EmpeTorto-the other Depu- ' ties of the Dyet, without any oppofition. The Decree againft the Duke of Savoy is as follows,and that againft the Duke of Mantua is Verbatim the fame, Mutatis Mutandis, for names and the nature of crimes they are charged with. ' L'-opoldiu, by the Grace of God,Emperor, &c. To * our beloved andTrufty thePreirdents, Migiftrates ' and other Officer* of what rank, order or quality ' foever of our Imperial Fief of the Durchy of Suvoj, ' and to all our Subjects Inhabitants thereof, ' Greeting. As it n notorioufly known to ail the 'World, in what manner Ficltr Atnahns, formerly  4 ycur Lord, and Duke oiSavvy, has contrary to our ' expiation, and the whollom and frequent ad-' vices given him in our name, taken up Arms a-' gjinft us and the Holy Empire, and has without a-, ' ny fhame invaded our Imperial Rights upon th� 'Dutchy of Milan and otherDornimons,feizing there-"1 'by our Fiefs, and fubverting the Rights of our. 'Faithful VaiTals, in conjunction with the French ' King and the Duke of sfnjou, the Uiurpers of our ' Rights, and of tl'ofe of th� Holy Empire. And as ' the faid Vi%or Amtdau and his wicked Counceilore 'who have confenred thereunto, are liable to the ' feverity prefcribed by the Imperial Laws and Con�-'Tiitutions.for that greatFelony,RebeIlion,and crimes '.of Hifih Treafon againft our Imperial Rfajefty, ' we have therefore caulsd them to be cited to appear 'before us, to fee their Festal" and Modiai Eftates* v declared forfeited and devolved unto us. There--'fore We do abfolve all of you,and every one of you ' by thefe Prefents,of the Oath of Fidelity you have ' taken to the faid Victor A*'Jtm,zx\& of all obedience ' unto him/orrjiddirig ybu upon pain cf bur higheft ' indignation and other penalties prefcribed againft ' Vaflals and Subjefts tbat are in Rebellion, to obey 'him any longer, fiibmit to his orders,or to pay him ' any Tribute or Tax,and lefs ftill to fopply xk^Frtncb ' and Spaniards with ariy Provifions, Paflage, Aims, ' or any other Affifrance upon any pretence whatfo-' ever j requiring you on the contrary to take up * Arms and join with our Army to repel theirForces. * Submit therefore to us alone and oar Imperial ' Commands, and acknowledge no other Power buc ' Ours, that you may deferve our favour, and to be ' eafed of 0& yeur charges, which we offer unto 'you out of our afFe�h'on;and which you will accept, 4 unlels you have rather to incur rhejpenalcies afore-''faid, and work your own Ruin. Thefe things we fhave thought fit to acquaint you with, and that ' you may give an intire credit theTeunto, We have ' fet our hands and Imperial Seal tothetc prefents. 1 Vtlnna, Auguft 1 r. 1761. The Decree of Citation is too long to be inferted, but the chief claufe therein is, that unlefs the Duke of Savoy and his Councillors, dolflfc! appear within 2.)i)on:hs from the dare hereof, being Auguft 11, to fhsw ciufe why their Efrates ought not to be Forfsi;-ed unto his Imperial Majefty, fentence of ^Conrifca--*io� and Forfeiture fhall be paft upon them,as u tifu3l in cafe of refra&orinefs and contumacy. And �s tiie term is nov elipfed, we expeftj to heir by Q'Jt ;