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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 16, 1801, London, Middlesex AiitKthe Hiftorical Account, &c. From 1^l)lixtaa^ Oclober i6,ro^a($t$ap G&ober 18, tyot, Vienna, OJiober j. R.-Terday being the Birth day qf.the Queen of the Ramdiis, her Mjjefty "was complimented by the whole Court, and there were great rejoycings on that occifion. 'Several E^'pteireS are arrived here from advice of anltifurfeftidn in the City of Which had not the defired fuccefs ; whereupon -fit Cburcii has tiiet feveral'times,ar,d 5 Courtiers ise-erf difpatcht fotRome, Venice 3nd other [arts within c/ieie't �b day's: The Minifters have had fieijuenr Co ifs're.iceswith the Venetian Ainbiflado'r, but the Gitil Aifiir of theWinrer quarters in the Territories of -hj^jjipubliclc ii mariaged'at Venice by Count Berks. Ti\^7%eiiiiansuis 'titf'�itd,are, very irre'folute, 'out they do nol'ilrck ro fay here, that our Army will take quarters'f ft t.b eirCdurifry'lfy' force of Arms, if they will ilo't'coiiferic thereurrtb, a ad great fiinimv or AI07 ney are remitted5 to'Pr'tnce Eugene, for trie ufepf the ForceVunder'his' Command. Several Imperial Regiment's' aVfe drawing up towards Trfifie, which are tote {hip^i'bSTdf Italy:�' ' Hamburgh,' Ottober 18. Our laft advices from Co-ningiBirg'tell us, that the trdtiBIes in Lithuania are noe likely to be fofo'on pacified as it was'exp^&'ed. The chief parties concerned therein having1'^riprf^nr t^elr DepmieS i& Grodn't oh the day appoint/ed,' thit A|Tern-bly was pur off for'a fortnight longer, arid hi" th>. mean time 'tis confirmed',' that the Houfe 6ftSaj>jeh* his d'efif H the Protection of the King "of Sweden, arid that 'fame Regiments of that Nation are already quartered in 'their LordQiips, 'to proteft t%m againlt'the Sieuf 'Og/Wij, 'who is drawing up all the Forces he can,:o'fill upon Prince Sapieha before he has received greater reinforcements, - L --�-�' -quainted the Senators , The King of'Poland has ac- leave: a Regiment to be commanded by Collonel Vander Graih't. A Placaert has been Publifhed here for railing our Coyn, that it may bear fome proportion with /hat of the French,but this has not removed the inconveniencies we labour under upon that account The Bankeis Qf Antwerp having refufed to accept the Bills drawn upon them from Parts, the French have been forced to remit 45000 Piftoles In Specie infethis Country for the payment of their Troops. They execute the Kings Edi& againft the Exporting of Coyn with fo much leverity, that one of our'Courriers from Sgatn was ftopt at Valtnciemet becaufe he had 30. P'nioles in'his pocket'. . They write from Courtrdy, that a perlbn coming .thither from Menin was fearched by the French, and they found 35 Piftoles about frim, whereupon he was carried to Lille and condemned fo the Gallies; This unheard of ieverir/y will ftop all manner of Commerce between ou,r Frontier. Towns: and the French The Memorial presented by the Dutch Anv baffador at Paris againft the Fortifications Of Urgent tat and Hernial on the Meufe^ .whichj the Dutch claim, a* dependencies of Maejlricht, having been referred to our Cofincil-of State.they have drawn up an anfwer rfaereunto, wherein they endeavour to (hew that thofe places did never bejpng to the Bifhoprick of Ue&i,;'th* Province of Brtthnt.' The Sieur de Marytande, whom Mr Hill Envoy of the King of ��gkj^7eft'here to take care of the Affairs of his Matter having been recalled by his Majeftyqf Great Brltatnj went away fome days aga for the Hague, and foot teavejpf the Marquefs of Bedmar, w-hereupon the rVtarercljalof BouffUrt told that General, that the King of England did nim more honour than to the moft Chri.iftia.n King, feeing theEnglim Ambafiadot was gone away from his Court without taking his -----.._ 4 . that feeing' the King.ojF Sweden'fheweth no inclination to Peace ;''but rather is fomentiTri'g' a Civil War in Poland, he recornoiended it to their confideratiOn, whether the Forces pf the Repubtick were in a condition to' oppof?" theifinerriy, for otrierwile it would be neceflary for iiirh^np a-gain fir "iiK SaiprTtpops'; but they ha,ve ahfw'ered, that PiUnd]without the affiftance of any Foreign Tropjfc, 'had "maintained many glorious Wars, and Hague\OS, 11. The news we receive from tialfby the way of Francejs fo different from what they write from thelmperialCam p.that ond does not know what; to believe. They Kll us from Paris,*hat the German* loft 300 men in an a&ion, which happened on the 4,th inftant near Ca(lel Leone, and they write from the imperial Army, that they had but 24 men killed and wounded. This is fuch a vaft difference, that the miftake mult be done on purpofe to deceive the that SrHfey were in a condition to do thp like, if P'eoplfi, and no doubt but tha^ the French Generals tha Kmi ofSmden would nor be perfwaded' to Peace^ being lenfible, that the continual defeat of their Par-by theEmperOr, the King of Eng land, the States Ge- ties feflened" the reputation of the Arms of their ma-nerar;�and^other Princes, who have interpbled their ft'er^ have magnified this AQion, arid multiplyed the Friendly QfEces in this unhappy affair. The Svedijh. number of the flain, in order to keep it up. The Army wofce up from Grobin on the 5th inftapt, bat we Germdnt hare hitherto appeared more fincere in their, don't 'kii6wTwhether they march into Lit" don't'kridwTwhether they march into Lithuania, as they write it from Mittau 'arid Connmgsberg, Brufth;T)&ober 21. Our Generals have had fe-veTal Confefehcss"for fettling the Winter1 quitters of our Trobos, which dre adliually marching to their refpeflfv/e^arrifons. We eipeft here twp'Batallions �f the"^w�; Guards', with 3 or 4 Squadron's of the Gend*r%t, fbat the* reft of the G'ar'rifpn will confift of Spanift Troops. Mbft of the Fr'eatti Qe'n'ersis ha ye obtairled leave to return to Paris, but the Marefchal of Bouffifry Will refide here this Winter. They leave ftrong1 Garrifohs iti our Frontier praces, that we may fii'cafe of need'draw a' good body dr7T'troops. together in 24 HoutStime. The Spanijh Troops are. now iio-ao 'men ftrong.Shd the^y are to be aii'gniint-edthis Winter to 30000. The Provinces of Flanders and Brabant are to raife a Regiment each, but the Pro?iiicVt)F ttaptitr having fufF-re'd very much by the marche^nd cou'.nterro"arcHes of the Tro;>ps,' is to' wife Tint '? Companies of f:>. n-.-n , each,' which' with cbe f tVse Compantss of OW^'V*. ar� co' form' accounts, as it appears by what they tell us of the engagement of the Forragers about Gajhezzatto, iti which" tfcy fjy the French loft between ^ or 4o0 rrien,. tho the firft advices from Paris owned, that they left 9 00 or. 1 ood. The affair of the Winter quarters is the great point now in agitation ; butnot-withljanding what they write from. France, we are affuredlfrpm Vieftna^ that Prince Eugene will tak'e his, Quarts in the Countteys oflirefcia and Bergdm, cud not repafi the lv|ountain's, as the French expect it. $ignJQr .' Mocsnjgo Ambaflador extraordinary from the llej>^�/f> to the King of England,, bis had fome 'Conferences wjtb our PenfiQnary, wherein he has pa.ft great comp!im|!(nts, upon the States, andei* prelTed* the' defire' of the Veriiltans, torenfiw the Ancient Treaties between the States a'ndtheir Republiclc. We ha.vfe had a. violent S'r.orrjiioT'Wind fpr fome days,wheteby feyeral Ships have bee,n caft away upon oar Coafts.: The States intend to lay great duties upon French Wine arid Brandy. An Express is ar^ rived from Hamburgh with advice/ that the D&upt, Fooc ;