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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 27, 1802, London, Middlesex fmd this Account, l the Oificers of the D.irch Troops, toabfentthemielves from their Command, upon' pain of the.hjgheft difpleafureof the S-ates. Th� French Army is likewife going into Winrer Qiartet;, which they never wanted fo .'iiuCh as-at this.rime, ths Soldiers being.very fiekly. From the Impend Camp near Luz�a�October I?, 0,t the 9th a Gaprain of the Hitfiars of Zforgemi brought in 5 Horfes, 4 Vlules and 77 Prifoners ; arid the fame day an Enfign brought in n Priioner* mare, arid going out agaia the next day, beat a French Party, kilting 4,or 5 men, and taking 53 othet Prifpners. Auoh^r Party brought in the fame day n Prisoners. The nth Prince Eugene received advice, that the French w;re augmenrint; the Fortifications Qftftw-jlah, making a Coumreifcirp and fom� other Works, which fh=weth, that they dn not delign to quit that p!a:-j js it was reported. They m�ke great Magazines in rlie tbdincze, for the fubiifhnce of their Tro&ps in their Winter Quarters. The I2'fi, th; Gaud of out b'onagers wis attacked bv a French Pa.-ftf, but ohr men retired wirhnut n�iy !ofs, and the French had fome Officers killed. Ycfterdiy orders were gi.en for the Army ro Fo r:ge this day, but upon adv|c?, that the French feat the 13-h 30 Companies of Grcnadcers vvirh feveralSq ladrons and 6 pieces of Cinnnn over the Pa,Count Starembe^h was d:*ac'ied with 1600 Foot,Genial t'aubamtt with 1100 li >ife, and "he Garrifo;-! of Bargofirte was ordtrcd to b* Teaiiy tomifch, but rh'ofe Deraclnnents came back t'n"= day, without meeting the Bnemys- who are fup-pnfjd ro have returned to their Camp, upon.notice Kn:a, Oftober 20'. Count'Gsr/y, AmbaiTa.-lor ex-lovdipiry of the Etnperof ,ius notified to thaRepub-I'.ck, rtuct.he wh6Iu Body of the Empire hasrefalvecj to declare W,ir againft France, the Dj.rke of /infiu, and ?l'k!r Adher�nrs, and to proceed with the urmoft \ ij't vi a^ainft any Prince^ or VafTais of the Empire/ f:u (hy'A direiVy or i 1-.d� rSkhJ alTiff, or prO'CUreafljft-anre to the K:ng cf FrfHee anA h'is*Gifr/ifoh- Wd h.ivr ?->oth'tng maTetial'hi* I'oftfrr.m the Ar;nips htii ^j^ccb*' that ,tfie Difeal'es inCTe,afe dailfc and TfWre Is adVice ( irj our Gulph wirb ...� QMe&fMi attempt to b'rifn the greit ^iM&W^^SnpitSmi with treat oppcfitib'n.Prince'fB^i1^ {living ffaH*ii,iio{( number nt Troops for trie fecuHry oftl-elam*^ German* have carried awaj a great number of ffjjirtei from the Neighbourhood of Mantua. Our Ambafla-dois to the King of Spain Hiade their Entry in 'Milan the 17th with great m-gnifLcence, and were to have the riext day theft' publjck Avidience. ; > Frarickfirt, Oftober ap. Om hfb advices Ffom? Friiurgbfhy, that Prince Uitii*bi Baden continued^ encamped at St tuff en wirhln 3 Leagues of that pface1} where he Imperial Hoife, confifting e*f 74 Sqaadroas* and 3 Regiments of Huffars,' was to jcyn hint the-ajd, and General Hhmgen on the ac�h with the I oot? and Artillery, and'thit PrtnceLevis had refolved-to march the next day to attack the Marquis of t^Hurt} who was encafpped the a> ft^t Emtltingen on 'he Rhine} 2 Leagues �elow Humngkcn.' We have not ye*-th9 following account'bf the Barrel fougbt on the i4tfii/ frhich is very different from what s^e had btf(�fel ' Prince Levis of Baden naving quitted bis A*my fo) ' Confer with General ^opft^ive or'derlto his Tfoep* ' to decamp from, the Ne i g hbourhcdrj of trUdiinge*} 'to )�yn Fome other Troops in:otdtr ro bi*t tn� .*� French from ^cmenSurgh, where *hey n�d Hii-Qi ' Bridge, for the ute of fome. Troops, with wfiiorV * they intended to cat ofThis-Comiaunications wkh, ' the reiV of ''H* irnperifl'-Ffefw 'tfnder General KeTifench, wBb/- it fam$ had fom� to fall upo'n'tMe Enemy, while^he^Fbot'marghlfd^o ' pollefs tKe.mfe.lyes7oFforn�rHins/-'^^re^he^8fBlin^ ' the Enemy already encampe^. ;":jT&bfe' Gervu^i Horfe .' attacked the Enemy with5aiRreat'dearr^ Bd**^ 'Swerd in haHd.bat were-fl> warmly received^jhabbi^ft 'Lines were put ia conhiiioriy ahd Tefired'f^�Ka*ds 'Fri burgh, while the Infantry fef-1 nponthe Frepcfv, ' � ho'had the advantage of the Groun d, befides'lfttne 'Cannon- The fight" was'do"ubtfui for iome time, ' but PrinGe Lewis of Uaden being arrived in the-Camp* * they were (o^encquragfd by his piefence, diacarbe ' French were! obirged to give Ground, andmsere ' purfued about 3 quarters of a'Li-agu? Prince ' Levis continued 6 hours on the Fieid of Battel,i-ex-' pefling that the Horfe would rally and joyn hira� ' but feeing they d:d net return, continued his ma>chi 'towards Nemburgb, without a'ny ; oppojifjion from ' rhe French Horle, who wire fpefiators of the Fighci ' We rock federal Colours, and 7 pieces of Cannon, ' but l^a'ving not H Command 6r' Mortifteur liwtaria. Th's E'eflor ef S.n>arif his .^iiTed, the D&nubi to.^ attack IfirdlirgeK' The War ag.tjnjr Fr&r.ci and the Duke of %tjeu an'd their AdherectJy vis pf'rcJa'tmed, fome days a;a^ it tUt\'(bcur-i.ji$&\io the Avocarory.Lerters and Nia'u-' ;