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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 18, 1801, London, Middlesex And the Hiftorical Account, &c. From lL|)tU'iDap September . #,to ^attltDa^ �Sepcembep*o,*i70s. ' them in driving oiit their King.anc hisSaxtn Troops 'our of the Dependencies of tbVRepublick; but ' th.it if theiVrr'connive at thede/igris oftheirKing, 5 bis SToedijh Majelry will be necetfnated/tb take fuch.. ' meafures as he lhall tb'Jnk mcft 'advanTageous, for ' preventing a fecorid Jnvafibn of bis Dominions, ' and puifue the S�x where-ever they go. Thele � expreltions are fo haifl), rhat if they are true, we ought.not to wonder at rhe referfrfh.ent of hh Poltjb "i JVLjefty. The Czar of Mvjiov'j bis -written to that?. Prince, to acquaint him that he wis'marching with'' a powerful Army to invade Livmiat'-ihd ^ive fuch a divetiion to the SVe'dir, as would oMige them to  quit the DutcHy of C^trtand, for defending their own Dominions. The Kirig^ of Poland haswritten feveral ; Letters to the Envoy.of the Srites'General to the Court of about the Negotiations of Peace  "ana1 Count Willi, Envoy of t$e-"Etfipef&rt6 the fame Court, has made ptefling inftanfe�txJ'the;SW//ib Mi-nifrers, to perlwad* them to forbear any further Ho-ftijities-; buc their, itihg/it feerosy^as .rtrlolved to . ieize the whole Dutchy1 of Ca&liai'di i&A 'keepic rill he has received fu,U latisfacVjonfbVthe  tfirnages he has faftained. Thf^^# Troops'iriffiiW/iW are ft ill incamped ; but 'tis likely rtey^arjeVny be fent in a few days into theitWirnerX^afrrtrsi'.SOrbe advices from Daniiitk fell lis,- that iEJr�Ui��f to&or has accommodated the intefrine troubles in tithia- * nia j but that wants confirmation^ : "' '". - Brujftlt, September Ji:).. A grt*t ntrnoer; of , Pioneers are nbiv'at �rcrirofr our^ihesi that they ' may-to completed, before the Winder. 'Tjsco.o-firmed that moll of the French Troops'are 'tq jetam,. into their owriCourit'ry But as TheDarfl&thiify take mote Forces into their fervice, 'tisbelieved a greater body" ' of.theJfrencb will remain in our peaces, than was a; firjt propofed. Thei railing of the trench Cpyn will occafion a great Trouble in tHefe Provinces,, and they tell us that there1!* no: other remedy but to follow that example, but the Species begin to be fo fcarce,, that k is inipofEble to borrow Money under i $ and 30 per tent: befides a good Security. Our Jail advices from P^brojpghr anaccount of the death of tfie late'King ^ifew, and people wen? fur-prized toJee in our Gazeke come out this day, that" the Title ofKmg ftduld be1 given to. hispYetended Son- 'Tis true,this is in the1 Article from Parii, but there miift be'fbrrie Teeie't orders for it to the Gazer-, teer, for at the fame'tis obferved that''he does not give the Royal Title to the King of Prujpay even in the Articles from Berlin or other places wnere they acknowledge the new Dignity of that Prince. They write from Cslogit, that the Elector of that name finds Mrrrfelf under grdat difficulties for performing what he has prorhifea to r^e Couu of Prance, for befides the vigorous oppotTtioivhe has met with from his Chapter, the French begin to fail in their pajir, ments, arid pretend they cannot pay him in PfetiiU Coyn, which the EleSor; fakes very ill. The Body of Troops Commanded by Count Tottoiyf continues, on the Frontiers of the Dutch? of lirnhtrgy But they talk of fending the Armies inco their Winter quarters. Our laft "advices from Aff&* confirm the great, lofs the Confederate Army fuftained at Chmri, and. that the Inhabitants of the Mibnezt are generally.To. well afFeffed f6r the Emperor, that there is no doubt but they would declare for him ifrhey.;ha�}!a fair opp'ortuhlry: The' Ftrintfi Genwais feem to ha^e, Pram-hfiri, September iS. "^He Sieur Vulkefiier, Envoy extraordinary oF rhr Srarei General ro rhe C-inrons of tht Saiitzerf, is arrived here in bin way to th": IhgHiyXo receive furffief inftruiti-ons, concerning the Negotiations that are on foot in that Country. They write from thence, tint rhe Imperial Miuifter has made great promifes ro the Cantons, but they feem unwilling to declare thernfelves in rhisnice juncture, and firmly refolved ro ksep an exact NeutraJiry. They write from the PaUtinate, rhat the late DsclaTarions pub-Uihid by rhe Elector Palatine, for the free sxercile-of the three Religions toieraced in the Einpiie, have' not-bettered-tire co-ndifrtan of the Protectants in that Country ; bur rather roadeir wo�fe,forthe Churches being common ro a',1; rhe Papifts rake an opportunity ro /ill rherri with Idols, to rhe grfeit icandal of the Proteftants, and ro diiturb Divine Service by tinging of Bells, making Procefiions and other things of this nature. The Church Revenue being under the direction of Papiifs, they give the Proteftant Mini-fters fo little a fiiare thereof, that fhey are hardly a-bleto fu'jfift. The Magifhrares being allured of the alfilrance of the Soldiers, do whatever the Jefuits have a mind to intyi're them with, and the Soldiers being affured of the proteQion - of :the Magiftrares, commit all manner of difarders againft the Piore-ftints; infomiich, that there is no fifety ro live with fuch faithlefspeople.The Mirrifters of the Pibteftant Princes have often in vain complained ofthek violences ; for they are told, that his Electoral Highnels will equally proteft his Subjects, of ivhaf Religion foever rhey are, and that if the MagiftratsS are guilty of any -partiility, "rhey fhall be puni&ed with the utmoft feveriry. Thefeaiebur pramifes, for their proceedings are never iuquited into, biit-. by Com-midloners that are rheir accomplices. The Deputies of tha Circles of Sudfca continue their Conferences axHailbron, xnd thofe of Franama^at Uurmbwg, and'tis believed they wilJ take ef&Qrual refolutions for the fecurity of the Empire TheFrench ate very-jealous, that the party of the Emperftr prevails wiflf them, and leave no- ftone unturned for preventing that blow, for their chief Forces beinjg imployed in Italy and the Ncthirlauii, they fhould noc be able to make head againft a good Army on the Rhine. /.Hamburg, September 20. Our Jaft. Letters from tVarfaw give an account of fome expreflions contained in the anftver of the King of S�eden,. to the Letter of the Cardinal Primate^ which his Pvlipt Majefty does highly refenr. Thofe expreffions are in ltjbftance. That the King of Poland having of his qwn Autho-' rity undertaken the War in Livowa,imd even agamft ' the inclination of his Subjects, he has thereby mvad* ' *d the Liberties'of the Po/t/6 Nation.That he hasfci" ' rrienred inteftine diviiions in Lithuania, in hopes ' that the fame would afford him a plaufible pretence ' to bring his own Troops into the Country, and '. enable him to obtain a Delpotick and Arbitrary ' Power. That thefathings,3nd feveral others.being ' amanifeft infraaionof the PaBaCtnverK* he fwore ' to, and the promifes he made folemnly to the Dvet * in 1699, the .PaUt m3y juftly depofe him, which ' will be aaefticfuil means to prefervo .the Peace. .That tUe'Smdijb' Army was within' call,'to aflifV ;