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Post Man (Newspaper) - October 28, 1801, London, Middlesex Numh. 893 r 1 And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From%\XttWf O&ober 2$ ,to%tyXXito$ O&ober30, 174,1. R��ff, O&ober jj. He Pope has appointed Signior, FUfchi Biflxop gof Jvignm to go a? Nuncio Ex* traordinary ro St Germans to condole the death of the late King Jamil, and Compliment the pretended Prince of W�lts. Upon advice that Signior Garafoh a Neapolitan Pialidenc has taken by force Prince Riccia out of a Church wherein he had raken Sanctuary, and that rhe Vicar General of Sora has Excommunicated iiiiji, and fuch other perfons as aflifted hinv in the violation of the Priviledjjes and Immunities of the Church, the Pope held a Congregation, wherein the conduct of the Vicar General was approved and an Exprefs was difpatched to our Nuncio ac Napltt,wich orders to complain to the Viceroy againft the proceedings of his Officers, and require bimtofend back forthwith Prince Ricci* to rhe place from whence he was taken. They write ftom Naples, that the. Nobility exprefs a great refentment.againft the Viceroy for his ieveriry againft fome Noblemen concerned in the late infurreSion, and.have-in .the day time taken down theheadof DmCarhSangro, who was beheaded on the 3d inftant, and signified to the Viceroy, that they could not but take it ill,, that he fhould caufe a perfon of fiich a great quality to be executed without waiting for orders from Madrid, and give time to his Relations to intercede for him wuh the King of Spain. This has fome what cooled the Zeal of the Duke of Medina ..Celt, and iuf-pended the proceedings which were began againft forne other Noblemen. The Spaniards have confiTcated the Principality of Cijterna, belonging to the Duke ofGaetano, and the Officers-of the Pope have likewife feized the Dutchy of Semtneta^ and put a Garrifon of 150 men therein- The Banditti of the Kingdom of Naples have committed great diforders on our Frontiers, notwitbftaading the care of Signior Crif-poldi and fome other OfficerSjWho were fent that way with fome Troops to protect our Country. The French and Spanish Minifters have again follicited the Pope to grant the Inyeftirure of Naples arid Sicily to the new King of Sp��,as the only means to prevent a feeond infurreSion.in Naplesybntthe Pdjfe returned them the fame anfwer as before, telling them that feeing the Tranquility! was refjored in thatKingdam, he would take a,fum*cicnt time for examining the point of the Invefiiture, which was of the hi gheft importance to theHoljr See. The Gentlemen who made their efcape out of the Kingdpm of Naples to Bkfttvento, have been ordered to depart that place in Shouts time upon pain of being, taken up. The Marquefs ddVaJlo has paid a vifu to the Spanijh Am-baffador, and has been admitred to the Audience of therPope, with whom lie had a long Conference;but h�f is refoived nqt to ref�rn to Naples, and go di-reftlyl for Mad/id.to ju&fy-hirnfelf before the King oi Splits'.. Several Neop^litan Gentlemen are gone to fe>Ve under- PrinceS-ugent of Savty. Prince Savtlli and -the. Duke o� Sora, who polfefs fome Fiefs in the. Kingdom of, Naples, have taken, the Oith of "Fidelityito the King 'of Spain before the Spaitifb Am-baifador reftding here.which thelmperialiflslook upon as a fign that the Pope inclines to the Party of France. G�w*v OQober ij. The French Envoyhas notified to our Republick the Death of the late King Jrntt, and chat tie molt Chriftian King has owned the pretended Prince of Wales for lawful King of'England,&<;. withqut defigning to make any breach of the Treaty of Rejmck, but they have returned him no anfwer ; and they would fain know by what Authority a Prince whofe Title was once fo much liilpeSed and difputed by the firft Prince of the Blood of. France-, fhould pretend now to create Kings for o-ther Nations. Our laft advices from Naples lay, that feveral Councils have been held to know whether the Baron  of . SaJJmtt, Minifter of the Emperor, who was taken in the late infurre&ion, fhould be ufed as a Prifoner of War, or dealt with" as Guilty of High Treafon,notwithftanding he is a.Forreign-er,and in the fervice of his Imperial Majeffyjarid that after Several Consultations it was refolved to proceed againft him as in cafeof High Tf�ifon,but they had not.yet begun the proceedings. Some of the Rebels have fortified a Poft upbn the Sea Coaft, wherein they pretend to defend chemfelves, but the Gallies are ordered to go and attack them. The Spaniards have hired here fome Veffels to Tranfport fome Troops to Naples. Frtm. the Imperial Army near Ponteg Olio, O&ober ao. There have happened feveraf rencounrers fined the 14th.inftant, in which we have killed about 30 men, .taken 35, with �oo Horfes and Mules. There happened an a&ion between the Forragers of the two Armies on the 18th, in which our Men were obliged to retire, but we have not yet an exa& account of it. The Enemy have fummoned 700 Wag- gons from the Dutchy of Man, and make fome other difpofitions, as if they intended fuddenlyto breakup ; whereuponPrince��g�w has reinforced the advanced Guards, that we may be ready to fall oa their Rear. They write from Milan , that Dm Gaetana Copola is gone from thence with 16 Troops of Horfe and 500 Eoot, which are to be fhipped off at Genoa for Naples, from whence we hear that the Viceroy dares not peep out of hisPalace for fear of the Relations; of fome Gentlemen, whom he caufed to be executed, upon account of the late Infurre&ion. We have made about Chiari 60qo Bamcktibr the ufe of our Army, which will certainly continue in this poft, as long as the French are on this fide the Cgfa. The French have laid a-fiderthe; defignof befiegmg C07%/�w�. 'Tis faid the French demand 8 millions of Livres from the Inhabitants of the Milanese. The Senate of Fernet has appointed 4 Noblemen toaffift with their advice Signior Molino, ProvediKM of Terra Firma, who continues at Bnfeia with aBody of Troops for the fecurity of thic place. , .Vienqa, October a t. The Queen of the Romans is brought to Bed of a Princefs. The Emperor being informed-of the proceedings of the Viceroy of Na+ pUt ;