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Post Man (Newspaper) - September 30, 1801, London, Middlesex the Hiftorical Account, &c. From CUCIM'P September koXcr. [b^p (October 2, 1 70 rfl � . � . � ' - Berlin, September E hear Count Dohna our Envoy to  co tUe Court of Sweden is robe recalled,' his Swedijh Majsily .having not as yet acknowledged .;. . ...... . . the Title of thi King of Prnjjut. �.^HiRftsg^OT.Msjefly holds frwraenc Councils oh riic -psefeflC jiindturc.' of AiEurs, and they talk of ibme wevT-txs'. for raiting rite, nccelfary fbppliesfor com-p3ei:ing.ournew Levies. Bis Majcfty inrer.ds -alio to rstfenchrthe expences of his Houihold and flop � hiMJuitdings, that ths'great fumi.iS '"'mployed there-may be Balloted upon ;nore wjCi/Far)' occiiion?.' Kotwirtiftanding rhisCo-Jrt tee^neJ at firft aJlarmed at greatf'pregrelsof rhe SvedetAH Cewlattd^hij ate - aou-ln S great Trsnquiliry, hai'ing'been allured by &W�ra#Princesrfnc ttte S��fex wjl> make no attempt  3g�ir*ft �?. They write from IVurfair that feveral ^FahrinatSi ha ^declared dm they will ftahd by the' ;;K!nr'cf :fiaf�ndi and that.the Cardinal Primate feems ; altogether, i'v the inreieft of th3t Prince, tho his Saxon j Miaiffierig^rve great jeaioufie of that cunning Prelate, / tad are feiifible that rhe King of Sweden has a great �jpartji irtsRftfafaf.* 'His Pohjh Msjefty feems to repent -'hisiending'fcomc'all his Troops, butthere is -no likelihood of recalling them. We expect the iAsnbafladorof who has re:)dedfor tome time acthe Court of .Denmark, a nd 'tis faid he will pioceed �from thence to Vienna. The Sn>td:[h Troops in iPmerama are returning to their Winter quarters. , The Dtnijb Troops in Saxony being 6000' ftrong are matching into the Emperors fervice, and we hear the King of Poland will HkewifeTend his Forces ro the .afliftjnee of his Imperial Majesty, as foon as he hzs nnde^Peace with Sweden. . &*g*ey October 4.- We hear from "ojitnd, that a Ship, bound ftom-Ireland for Flujhfcg, was forced there by .ftrefiof''Weather, and that a Sergeant with. 8 Recrjiitsiforthe Ehglifb Troops in thii Country being on board thar-Ship, were made iPrifoners by the Gavernourcof that place ; whereupon Mi Stanhope, Envoy of tin- King of Eriglimd}cotripiiintd thereof to Den >fl>�'rwy:Ambanador of Spam, who promifed to w�iiie.; to the Mar'quefs of Stdmarabout it. They write ftdmAntwetp, that the news tEey have received thetfcfrdrti' England, of the ftrong Fleet ient tp-VardJ: rfoefttdderas, caufes a great uneallnels to cite /Merchants,, who feem afraidy that they will meet WththetyMa/fcGaUions and feiz^them. The raking of .the-French Coyn caufes a great difturbance in . iketyahifirlletlxrlancif', for the'Inhabitants refute fo* receive itheJFrench Species from their Soldiers at a' higher.rate than they did before. They wvite :from 4Ufwknrtn�tbe Cardinal of Lemierg, firft Commi/ili-caer-ctf the Emperor, is fhbrfly expected there, arid that. hrsJriiperJal Majefty is refblved to proceed i-gainftiyheOufcesofSavoy andMontiia with the utffloft ieverurynofthei,aw. The French King is fending a gteat.nutnber of Reformed'Officers to Portugal, for difci^Hning the Forces of that" Kingdom, which are �ltogaThe�iiiririt for fervicet aria* cbrrimanded by uri-eacperienorf "Officers. Th� K3hg' bf hufpd ft borrO wi ing a great-fitittm of money iathefe Provinces at y FtnCtntit^etdlk^. : '".'"'.''=' , P*riri.&�tob?t>i. On the^tri.iriftant in Expreft arrived herelfrOtri Naples with Lettets of the 2$th fafc wheoebyfttbft-OtoJw- of^rffafc'Cf/*Viceroy dtmit K:ngdom gtyzs advicfc, that a great COflfpiracy in favour of the Em peror.was difcovered: there, bucthat he has rakin ftioh �3re.that tlie chief contriters of '.it are taksn up,"4ndrne confeqnertces of their defigri prevented. W�'::have not yet all the particulars of it, but we are rold,""-rhac that Confpitaoy w(j and that-1 GfotfC3ft0i has te-tak^n Gajtltgt(ifrc hear Coftiglime \ whereupon the Qtr* titans have, augmented fehV Garrifon1 bf the htter pl�c� to 5000' men;'but this WantS confirmation. The Qtrman parties have not always the advantage upon ours, ;