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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 17, 1802, London, Middlesex Numb. 10 77 BBBB And the Hiflorical Account, arc. From Xijtttfjfcl? September 17, to ^>aitttDaySeptember 1 'if /�/���, September 18. PRivste Letters from out Army in halj of the 10th inftant fay, that thsre ft a great Mortality in both Armies.and that'tis believed they will be fuddenly obliged to decamp. They confif ro,f hat our lofc in. thi late Battel proves daily greater, molt of the wounded Souldiers dying ia the Hofpitali. The Court has received an txtSt Lift, of the number of fhe Slain, but they have not thought fit to publiih it, as they had (o folemnly praaiifed, becaufe it would have given the Lye to our other accounts of that Viftory, and railed the indignation .of all fuch. people, who having retained fotnc feafe of Religion, think that God Almighty is not to be mocked at in any place wharfoever,and left  1KH at the Eooc of his Altars.. The Duke of Fandme has written to his Mijefty about the Winterqhartfers of the Farces under, his command, for they feeuj to giv� over their deflgn of bearing the Gentians oat of half, bu fhsy arsterid here that oat Troops fliall be.fp coBvqnient'y difpofedin thejrquarters, that the Girnnvj will bz tmable; to continue in the A4n>r��J�; Th� afoirs of'Spain make our Court very uneafle, for hotwirhftano-ng. wh3t th&y are pleafed to publifli of the FuWixy �f theJfaniardt, the. want of Courage or Fidelity they sxpiefleJ upon rhe landing "of the Enemy,, in refusing to march agaioft them,'.ffiewct�.that tha ncwKing ot Spain ought not eritifety to rely updn them. The Gevsmour of Gadix, promifes Wonders, but thsy feem to bi afraid of the Inhabitants, who wereunder the utmpftjConfternation upon the' appearing of the Fleet of the Energy, arid are like to mutiny, if thin- Bombs can but reach, their Houfes and fet them on fire. They write Irom Madrid that the Queen appears very much concerned, and that it was difcoutfed there, that feveral Grandees had privately quitted their Country Seats to joyn the Englilb and Dutch as it was fear'd. Cardinal Per. '-tecarrtro is very bafy in louring up the Qargy agatrifr , the Emperor, and made a Speech, in the Council, wherein, after having propofed feveral expedients to raife a fufficienr force to bppoie'the Enemy, he conclijde4,thaf this.was the caufe of �od, and tbat it wasjiot to be doub'ed Bur the Emperor defighed the fubverliprj:,*oF the Roman '� Church, feeing he had . introd.Uf^d an Army .'of Hereticks into a Catholick.Country., ^hcy have takeV all poflibie ear* to fuppreis the -Declaration gu'bliflied by the Duke of Ormmd; but the Houfe of A-^ria has not been wanting of Friends who have difperled the fame. The Marefchal of VilUroy is fuddenfy expefted from GtmAw, Money being remitted *for his Ran-, foot, and 'tis laid: that he is lik�ly to Command "one of OHr chief Armies n>xt Campaigrf/fame other Generals having not behaved* tbemfelves totlie litis-(tStlon oi.Qur Court. Letters from our Army in F/*�^8rrfay,thit the Allies have .openedI the Trenches before Feah, and rfljde fueh preparations that the place is not like to hold out many days. They give it over fpr loft*here,' and they have no better* hope of ojt the xtft.of Gx*tldetlimd, which, rogetber with the . :lofi of Lmbki'. W'i ?peh. .a ^H. Vein of Prai'fe to the next general A(femoly of the Clergy, Who doubtlefs will have as much.reafon to congratulate his Majefty-on the lofs of thefa places, as to raile him a Trophy �pr the lofs ot Kejjerxoitert, when thole venerable Fathers told him hy the mdmh of a Bifnop, . that Keyfefwaert bad been ixnprrgnable as long as hit Mi' jefif had nit difdained to like tare of the profervatioti of'it; From the Qoxfediratt /hmj under the S.arl of Marie'bv ' rowgb *f.?nt�odiel, ..September'8.' I rod you in my laftithattheEnemyhavins; aivmzid-rofongeren^nd nothing parting our.A'mies ir. - ''.in.-T'!j,'ii.ourTroop� were in hopes to come to a�� F . ;:.itr:i;nt, or at lead r^fiflt�d it} but th� French .: liesfraid to b* forced to it, and therefore have removed further^ ihcamping between St Tron and botkhen, having by a'wfft precaution; chofena Gtound which is� coveted by leveral liitle Rivers. Yefterday- they de:ached a. Body of 7000 Horfe, 'whd having paffe;4f he Maefe ac Liege incamped neat the Carthuliarts, and are to Jye thwe forftreightningourfonagers, and to Forragit themfelves that patt of the Country. Ihe.lnhabi,an?s of the Flat Country have offered to our Genettfs (9 fupply our Army with a fufficierit quantity of Fbrr rage, provided our Troops did not moleft them* and their Propofals would have been accepted, had we to deal with an Eiiemy, upsn whofe word we might rely; but we were afraid, that the French would make a fliew to confent to t&at �Tri^ty, and afterwards fall upon the Country themselves fodeltrojr the Fori age, in order, to oblige out-Army10 thele parrs. To morrow the Earl o? Marlborough go,e$ XoMftfintht, toviiitthe Fortifications of tbar place, and General Dopft is gone thither to receive his Excellency. The Freach defign to fortify Tongertn, $t 7m and HaJJeL,-for^ the fecurity; of''..'their Wiritelr Quartern ; and we have advice from Liege, tb� they work very hard on, the Fortifications of that piece, and make large Vaults or Caverns under Ground,. They give out, thatthey will have a Garriich bf iSooo men therein, and will make "of it their general Magazine and'p'ace of Arms'. They boalf alfo, tbatrhey will befiege Maeflriehi in'.'the Winter; or the beginning of the Spring, to reftore it to'the Bi Hi op-rick of Liege, but their menaces and promifes are equally unregarded. Yefterday Meflieuts d'jiltrdo, Rantvojck tnd Ardenburgh, } Depacies of rhe States for Military affaifs, arrived in this Camp ; and th'is morning we received;advice from the Camp befare Vmh, that Prince Haffau Saarbuck relo)ved to >Vtorm Fort St Michael this evening, of which we expert a godd atcounr. Hague,; September tt. The news w& have^e-ceived from Franfeof the failing cf the Spanilh Silver Fleet,5 under the Command of Monfieur Ghateaiarenaud, makes our Merchants very uneafie; but rhey have been lb often deceived by accounts-of this- nature, that moft won't believe it at this.. time, or at leaft feem very confident,-that that Fleet is not fo rich as they give out-, and that the Merchants in the Weft Indiet, who were at firft fo jealous of the French, as to refufe to trulr/tKeir' Ships under their Convoy, have'fent but part bf theit efrefts. The next Letters from Paris ar� impatiently eXptcYed, for if they do not bring certain advice, that the Spsnifh Fleet is arrived upm theirCoafts or in their Harbours, .we may conclude.rhat what they rell usin the laft Letters is altogether falie. The unaccountable proceedings of the Elector of Z.dvftia- cairfe here z great furptize ; and, "they applaud the wife condufi of the Council of , Pum�\ wno have bceft able by Negotiations, to make .him delay the execution of his dtfign, till fuch a time as meafures tvere concerted, to prevent the effect of his Declaration, which will be highly relented by the o'rtWf Princesr of rhe Empire. The Eltfftor of Colegn has made Bonfires for the fame, and thev have done the like in the Sfaxijb Hethetlavdt i but their joy is likely to prove of a fhort contir.u' arice, there being no doiibt but that Prince wili La, made fenfible of his miftake, before the Winwfr is over. 'Tis fufpriitng, that his Elefiroral Hlghnefj, tti ' declaring againfVfhe EmperoV, did not ealltomind tbat hif Grand Father was. preferred to the Ele&orai Dignity, by the miftake of a Prince, who thought that he might accept of a .Crown that was offered him, without involving Germany in ahy Civil War; where* a? the "EleSor of Bavaria does direfily aG againft ibe Peace of the Empire. The Levies the King of Den. rnaiH mak�!� for the Enjperorgooft with great fuccefs, and they Wll us from Vientia, that rhe hJooo men wbieh the Hereditary Countries oi the Empererara ;