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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 10, 1802, London, Middlesex Nmb. 1014 BBBB lie $oft $!an; And the Hiflorical Account, ($rc\ from jCl)tttf&3? September 10, to �>�tUtf)ap September 12, 1701. ; Everal ExpreiTss are arrived at Court, with advice, thit on rhe i6ih pall the Englifli Fleer came ro an Anchor in Cadiz.. Bay ; and the fame day the Duke of Ormnd Jaiid-. ed his Forces neat la Riitta. This day anoaer E'xprefs came directly from r hence, with advice, that the Duke of Ormondhis taken/* Rttta, ha-viiis put to flight the Spaniards, who offered to oppose his Landing, and the Spanifh Governor was mortally wounded, and dyed few hours after. The Confederates matched from thence to Port St Mary, which r>la -e rhoy pofTejTed without any refinance, as rhe Expietf [ells us. The arrival of the- Confederate F{e? i\ ch-H; parts has occafioned great alterations in thi� Courr ; and we are allured, that his Majefty hi4 en'i ely departed from his Alliance with Frame and Spain, who being unable to perform on their part what they had ptornifed, this Court does not think thcsnfclves obliged by the League concluded xr\:h thole 2 Crowns; and the 6 Ftench Men of War and 4. Gilleys ridiig in our River.inftead of the {IrOng Squidcon rh�y wes to fend, were unable to protect magainft the Eugliih and Dutch Fleets. The J're/i-dcur dc RouiU: AmbafTador of France, is very much dif-guited tli'icat ; -efpecially, ftnee the Ftench Ingi-neets, Bombirdeers slid Gunners that .were here, hive received orders to depart his Majefty's Domini-ro*. Our Standing Troops and Militia are ordered to return to their former quarters, this Crown being to enjoy a perfeft Neutrality. Mr Mtthpin, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and Envoy Extraordinary of her Mijifty of Great Britain, and Monileur ' Stbntert-bzrr, Envoy of the States Genaril, hurt* lignined to the Merchants of their refpeftive Nations, that they miy continue in this place, with as much Liberty as they did heretofore. The next Letters from Madridate impatiently expefted, to know what effect, the news of the landing of the Englifli and Dutch vill, produce in that City, where the Houfe of AuQria has certainly a coniide/able party. The Exprefs from Port St Mary brings advice, that rhey were landifig the Artillery, to raife Batteries to fiok fome French Men of, War and" Galleys ly'ng within the Pan-al. We have" no certain account of the number of the Garrilpn bfGedtz, Camt make it!30oo, and others 3500 ; but w� are told, that they cannot hold one very long, confidering they cannot be fupplied with freOi Water, but by means pf the River GztidtUtta, which it no-v impracticable, by the tafejng of'S't Mary, or by lorne Wi'er-Wotks in the llhnd of Lyons, which may bo ealily cut bfF. Golty, Sept. 8. .Si--ice the motions of the Confederate Troops towards Vinh, the French have quit-red /everal /mall places'in this Archbilnoptick. to reinforce their Gsrrilons in the kpanfo' Guelderlond. The E!e�lor oiCokgn continues in Bonn, apd dots ftlll aft according to the directions of the French Court; The Dep'isies of the Circle of JtfVjrpM/aare to meet hece the 16th rml*fir,'to. coftlTder or the-Alliance pro-pefej unto,theri\ by shs Circles of Brcmifuid* Saaiia an.i others, and cake ths proper me.afntes for' the p-v.-fervarjon "of -tlx*; City. They art likewise tov cocne to fnine dersrmination about the Complaints of.)i;r Lilubitaatf, whofcEftaies in the Country ate and ravaged by on* oWn EleSor,... That F-:nci-).; the lileflor of Bavaria f&m only, to wait for-e)�Vt'"ii cefs of the Affairs'of Italy,, and if; the Duke p*'-c is- act sole tO'drive back the Gtrm*w int,o Gurm.rn), o men, and tells us, that had not the Marqois of Btd-mar retired with great precipitation, and tarried btit one day longer, he had difpofed every' thing to march out with his Garrifon, and (everal other - detachments, and attack the Spaniih Forces.which they wifely prevented by their Ren eat. Tht'Spaoiia Armyconfifted of ao Batallions and 8 Squadrons, with a good Train otArtilleryjXommandW^by the Marquis of Bedaar, and thaSienrs VaukmjitXiiiltnts and La Mttbe, French Lieutenant General,: haying under them the Marquis oi Camettmt, the Marqui% of Thoy and theSieur L*far*t Major Generals* aJJ Men of great Repuration, and yet the late War does act afford an in fiance of a more dtihonourable expedition than this. Some Letters f rora Grave Jay, that the Trenches were opened on Sunday night before Vtnh, within a Musket fliot of the Works of the Town, and thattha great Artillery is landed rjher�, and the Batteries will be ready in a few days. The Barori Hydcn who commanded the Prufpani, having on all occafions ferved his Prince and the Allies viiA a great deal of zeal .People are very forry here that he has quitted the Army, being difgnfted to fee fome other Generals preferred before him. 'Tis faid he expected to be made General of all the Forces of the King of Prs�ia, in the room of General Bsrfetis, who has refigned that Imployment by reafon of his great Age.The French continue to irflarge theFortifications of the Citradel otldege, and Calk of repairing the Lines that were cad up about that place by the Allies in the late War. They inteni to put near 20000 Men. in that "City this Winter, but the Campaign is not yet over, to talk of Winter quarters. The French are very- quiet behind their Lines, and feen� refolved not to dilrurb us in the (ea^ in opr.deftgns upon the Spanijb Giulderland, but they do not care for. the neighbourhood of tbVg^ear. Anny under the Earl of Marlekroit^h, and talk ^>f'removing further if the Allies inarch towards Biljep^sx they write from the Camp.'Som: Letters from Paris fay, that the French King is indifpofed,! ah4",that.. notwithftalidinE they hive (ung'Tr 'no"body darefpeak at/Court of; th�,affa|/spF7r�r>an4-K��