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In conWtce, we areto.trfom f1
potf.u .1 W That Ttvpot. u low block-
lAei-bf'tht Md America flottlK d .that, every
Ihip her whkh ihu attempt w r--
princerefferiS of.j Portugal,"' and 'jta two A'-
....r ... . -,:. kith, .ur ic uu i.nw, . iiiiuuiii mv. ,-nvi-
will be trea.fd conformably toune.iw. 7 jrJ:rtn . rl
V amicable toTach cafcar ; W. EATU " -y";- ,
frbm Smyrna by o
rtefpondfnrt between, hit CaihrjUe rnajefly fpaee of tetlafisg
evHing-of 'Spiin,ancl :BiCwy aVtightfeirraerf poffible.'.. In fai h of which, we -the- under- ken by htm, and which in the event ah ecdy
ince refffnj btLportugaC and u two A'- j written Minlflcrt Plenipotentiary, andin vif flaietl, tmv already beep admmed and ac,
aircapttwc whicfi Tfiay'bsVinatlf at ea afieir
ibe'fat ideation .'f ihe prefent treaty, Ihall be
bona fide reftoccd: awel as all toeJchandife
ajdjcffeQ$j.oVihieir f cfp.eQiye value.
Teograrwe-qir-liTd tniormf ......v...
ftiat kcxroald fur lender tlie hi9ur and foitTa of
. t t!n An1o.Turtifhr forcei, ..- if n the
ciuife Affix eeka hti'rcsp'ved no TuccoquTrom JomlRionsto ihe ye Tela ingencr. of Great
tnttcal AccordtB- to thfr'repoita of fne delcitm I R : , -
froo. Meoou'S divilion IM were in Mm -vj
His royal highnef fiiatl (htit the porta of all
ot vrater, ans variou,''-i""-: r"- v
meaic.net (or the fick'. Menoo ii fid to have jre-
tetveyl alimi ed fopp'r of thaiticlca of which he
' i. mr.ft Alflituteof. untif the expiration of that perwd.
.Tbia piopofal General Hntchinfon rejected ; fignily-'
Ida to the Trench commander; that he,won!d grant
tiro no longer tbanun days to furrender AlexaLdfi .
.fon thefartie lerma given to the freitch at Cairo $ but
that afterward, fat uoft furrender at diicjetion. '
Grne'ial Htitchinlon uat by an account, rectirta
a reinfonerucni of men, with which b'j hoped
i; term in ate the . war in Egypt in a few week.i.
.Shou'd Menout ref'rfe to furrentier on the ternu pro
. pofed ti b'irnl tit is 'iutcud.d to carry Alexandria by
. Art. III. J' ;'
: ' His Catholic male fly Ihall teflore tf: bit
royal htjhnefs the cities and fettlemen:t of J u
rumena, ArroncKes, Parialegee, Cafleldevide,
BatbacerU, Campo-Mayer-ani Qogiiela, wi h
all their territories hitherto conquered by hi a
arois," and which may be conquered and all
the ar'tllcry, . tnufkeis.and other rauntiions 4of
tuejol tne Jum powert: witr;:(wnicnjor tpat
purpofc our auguft tnaflers hayter fijpplie3 us,
fignftd wi 1 otrtv. hinds ' the prHent treaty,
ahdaufedvit to be fealed wiibhe feal of out
Dftne.H tbe city of Baaajos the 6tV
C Seel) The Prince it Peace.
'-' r rCSwV Z-wf Pjnh is Soua.
Note from the Hnoverian Miniflry to the
Royal pjuiuan Directonal Counfellor Von
Dohm, refpecliog the wi hdrawing of the
Pruflian tiuops from the Electorate of Han
over.' , " " ' '
b , . Hakovxr. Tune'ti.,
His tRajefly 'He, kirig of Pr'ulfia .having in
know led d by hr maiefly. . The fenttmenM
which hit majefly the king of PruIHa enter. .
taina of jxis Britannic majefly, and ! he friendly
relations fubfilling between him and the crown,
of England, will therefore leaye.nQ doabti ort
this,fubjet, without being under, the nccclEty
nLlKsmi ng to the nat ure of . the cpnftitutioa-
PROMOTE LONDON GAZETTE.
. Admiralty office, Augnll 8. -Xopy
of a le'te from Lord Vifcount Nelfoh,
-, K. B.-yiide-Admiral of R.ed,' cc, to
Evantipeanj Efq. dated oriT)bard the
- MeiuTa," off Boulogne, Aiii'nft 16,'. l Soi .
: SJR,Havitig judged it proper to attempt
bringing "off the ensmy's flocilta. moored in
front of Boulogne; I-dtrected ihe attack" to be
made by four divifions of boats for : boarding,
-Under the command f captains Somarviile,
Cafgrave, Jones and Parker, and a divifion
bf hf yi:zer boats under caprain Count. The
t)0 4U put oil irom the Mediila at halt palt li
o'clock-UR nighr, in the bed poffible order.
and before one oclocli this morning the firing
began and rhad,:froft -tr!e: judgmer.l of the
ctiiccrj, and the
man, the mod perfect confidence of complete
fuccef ; but the darknefs of the night, with
; the tide and half tide, feparated the divijiont,
and from all rot arriving at the fame happy
moment with capiam farlier, r to be attnba
. ted the failure of fuccefsi but I bes to be per
feftly underflood, that not the fmalleft blanae
attathes itfelf lo any peffon ,. foralthough the
Uiytltons did not arrive logfther, yet each (ex
cept the fourth divifion which could not be
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- i n t f ..--v.-r.':a-..i1,...t ' -'f a ' I ' C.L - ;. r. .
war louiid in tnc lauJ garruons, cuics, iowm me ncgwing oi npiu oi mc picicni year, un
and places, fhall alfo be reftortd according cxpeftediy ordered that corps of his irotips
to the Hare in whici they, were au the time j hiihenp acling with the army of . ob'fervalipn,
of their delivery ; and his ' Catholic rpajelly . formed for the genrraWcfence, to lake pof .
fliall keep. irr the quality of a conquer!!, to be fcflion of the diflncls in Geunany .oeloBging
forever united with his dominions and fubjefU, to his Briiannic majefly, in a written declafa.
ihe forfrefs of Olitenza. i'a territories1 ajivl iru J tion 6f ihe joih' Mirch ( of "'hf prcfent .ycvr,"
habitants, 'as far as the Quadiana J fo that this,' on the pari of his Pruffian ma'jeilyi by his mi-
river lhaiL be ,he bounda-y ot itjc retpective miter ot tta;e, otwar, ana or ,tne cabinet.
kingdoms in that part which only waQf!l the .Coilrit,. Schulcnburgh, fent to Hanover, fo
aforcfaid ter ttory of Olivenza.
. Art. IV. .
His royal h'ghnefs the prince regenti of Por.
tuiral and the two Alffarves (hall not confent
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that there Ihall be upon the frontiers ot nis
kingdoms depofits of prohibited $ corii rabaffd
goods, which may prejudice f the comineice
and ititevelts ot the crown or bpain, except
thofe only which flia',1 exclufivcly belong io
the royal. tevenues ot the i'ortuguele ctawp,
ar,d which (ha'l benecefTary for tu conft imp.
tion ot thetern'.ory relpettiveiy on wnicn irev
may be depoGied : and if any LnfraUoo--uf
this or any othr a' ticie man lane ptace, me
treaty which n now eltablued bciween
ihe three powers, . tnciuJing mc muiua. goa.
rantee, at exprelled in the arwdes ot hu pre
fenf, fhall be confidered as void.
Art. V. s
Hit royal highrefs (ball fiiisfy wiirwitt d;
lay, ad (ha'l rcflore t the fubjeftiof hit
Ca holie majdty, all the lols and damages
which ihev iuUlv claim, and which have been
occafioned by Briiilh vefTeU, or by the fub-
id. OAurl of P, tlliTl"7llrir!(T l!i, wir
. - , -.i , , , , occaiioncu uy uiiuii
got op uetore aay; made a luccehtui atiacKon . a, 0f,he court of PoaugardurTng the war
mat part ot the enemy they tell in with - ana ' lhe laucr Gr former power : and in like
afiaatly tAok pondhon of many brtgs.and fla.s "nner iufl famfaftioH Ihill be ffiven on the
and cut tneir rabies; hut many of hen being of h;$ CatMc m.ijefty toh.s royal high
ftfMfrtfl inn inn rn. niMt i n hnU . I. M l .., . a i
rt'rr" mw .v v.. (fiuu ft for all captures .Uleffa'iy .made bit tpi
'on board iletv, the velfels were filled with vet
lies open voil es muflterry. The enemy
being petfeflly rcgardlci's of thrir own men,
who mull have fHercd equally wii! us, it was
therefore impodible to reuuin on board even
to burn them : but allow me tofav. who have
leen much fervice this war, that mure deter
mined perfeverisg courage I never witnelled,
and nothing but the impolhbuny of being tuc
cehful, from thj caufes I hive mentioned,
could have prevenied me liom having to con
graiuUte their lord Qiips ; bur nlihough in value
Uie lolsot tuct gallant and good men isincal
tillable ; yet in point of nurnbeu it hat' fallen
fliortof my expctlations. I mud alfd beg leave
to llaic, that greater ical and aidert delirei M
.dillMi'ui(h themfclvei by an acack on the ee-
o'.bcersand crews ot all the diUcrent. deurtp
tio'li of verVclt unJe my conamind. , )
Tbe coinmaiiJe.'S of ihe Hunter and Grry
bound revenue cuuen, went in their boats, in
the mrt hardfornt and gtllant manner, to the
ac.ji Among the rainy brave men woun
c J, I have wi;h the deepefl regrr l to place ihe
'. .name tl my gallant giod Inerd and able alhll
ant cip'aio hdward 'I. Parker; nlfo my Bag
l.itrt enant Fifderick Lang'o d, wha "bat
fervrd vi'li me many ytats ; they wee bo h
woundrd in' attempting io board ihe F'tmh
Commodore, 'loafum (lore of the Meda
. , I feel the htg'iell i.bHgnions j and when
their turdlhipt look at the lots of the' Medufa
1 Ihtt occation, Ihey wiil aire wiih
. that lhe honosr tf any (lag, and the ciufe of
ihcit Kitg and country, could never have been
pfaerd ii more gallant hands. Capiain
liedfird cf ihe Ixyden, wi.h capi. Gore,
very hanJfoinely yolunteered their f-iiret i
fcrve tinder a Mailer .and Commander ; but 1
. d.d nut think it Mr to the latier, and I only
. mention it i mirk iSt crit of thof Oihcert.
.Ftont ihe nniure of ike attack only few
f.fifn?rri were m.ids; a Lieutenant," eight
ieamen, and tichl foU'ert. are all tbcv
brought o(T. Iletewiih I fend the le ports of
in: i.vcrai Lommini3et of UiviUooi, aad
teluta of killed and. wounded.
. "', .1 Mt the honor lobe, Ac.'
NtLION tc BKONTI.
?i 5,'Clptna Somerville tai the feaior
MaQcr and Li?mm:ndcr employed,
i 1 Ol'flClAU -
TREATY if Peace and MtnJhp be.
tjcin tie mol 'gbanJ prifertlil.tr Jt
An Carhi IK, Kite e Spam and Dm
'Jam, rr net'Rtj't , p0rtuitt and
iardt before the prefent war. by n4t of
an inf action of territory, or wi hirr rannoo
hot of the forts of the rortuguele Uora nions.
An. VI. j
VViihin the term of three months, e'wnpu.
ting f om the rattficai.iou of the prefent treaty
hit royal highnefs ihall tell ore io 'he we a fury
Ot nis ..atnoin majriiy, inc pnui- wi.icn nis
iruoys left unpaid ai the time of hit wi h
drawing from me wr v.ult fiance, and
which were occalioned by if, according to
the accounts prtlentcd by the ambanador of
hit Catholic taajelly, or which may be now
prefen ed anew, excepting neveri heir f all
error which may be found ia the (aid ac
Aat.vir. . -.
Af er tha Cgnature of ibe-preCenL.Jrealy,
hollilitiei Ihall reciprocaMy teale .wi bm the
prrcife fpace of wemy four hours ( lo that
after ihit term no cootibutioVt (ha'l be d:
manded from ihe conquered phcei, nor any
(i her matures taxen, but thole whicti ate
compatible wih what it equally conceded to
friendly troops in time of peace : and at food
is 'he latnet'caty lhai be ratified, tbe opa
ni(h 'roops fhall evacuate the Portugntfe terrl
lory in the precife term of fix dayi, comtntn.
cing the match iwentv-faur houra after ao'iti'
ca ion of its being done; without committing
in their palTage any violence agttnll the inha.
bitans, and paying fur. evety thing (hey
(land in need of at tbe prices current at the
All ihe prifonert'tnide by la or land fiiall
hencefortibs fet at liberty and mutually re
M I . .1.. 4 m
reilort J wiifi n me erm ot ntieert dayi irom
'that purpole Thele caufes and motives were
founded on the differences that had arifenbei
twccn.his Britannic majefly and the crowns o'f
Denmark and bweden', on account of-, the Pc-
terlburgh convention of the t6 h December,
1800 ort the proceedings of" England again H
Uenmari; and bwtclen: on lhe engagements of
his PiuGian-majellyifor hit allies, agreeably
to his accelfion to ths Peterlbureh conveivior;
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ana particularly on me circtimllance-thit
Enghnd would-not refoi t to meant for an
arcicabler fetilement of hefe dilicrencri.--
Hence bit Pruflian maiefly deduced hit refo'
ution not only to (hut tip the motitht -of the
Elbe, Wcfer and Em., but alfo lo take pf.
fcllionof the Hates of his maiefly the kine of
the united Iflands of ihe ki'ncdom of Gieat "
Bri ain and Ireland, firua ed in Germany,
and belonging to him as Eleflor of Brunf
wu-k and Lurienbety." His Pruflian majelly
added in h't letter addreffed to his Britannic
mijefty't German minifters at Hanover,
i hat' the dec la i avion rela ed to ihe fliffcen-.
ces that bad arifen between England and ihe
Norihetn Powers, and wat to be confidered
meie'y as a'necelTary confequenceof :rie difa.
greeab'e circumflancet that had taken rlace.7
By the circumttanccs and caufes, the e fore
If. ! ik. L . n rr
aingneu as Mc icaioii on jnc part of IrrUUia,
the agreement was relative, which hit Britan.
nic mijelly t Uerman miniflry. together with
ihe general commanding his German troops,
werebb.iged to en er imocn the id of April
of iheprelent year, and whercbv, under" ihe
r . l ? . I.I r j
or mc uerman empire,, ana me ij.nion ot its
flates with each other, with refpeft to this bufi- :.
oefs which relates.en'irely to a foreign king
dom, ar.d "which has always been, and tvill
ever jremain foreign to tbe dominions which
his majelly pbflcfle as eleflor, and as a flateof
'ji. . All t t I . V.
tne oerman empire, ah tnts is irrounded orv
the firm confidence which bis Britannic majef-
ty here wilhes to manifelt, that his majefly th .
king of Pi,uffia will not hefitate to withdraw
his troops from his niaeltys German domiB
ions ; and "that maintenance will no longer be
demanded for thele troops, which has been fo
butthenfume to the country. The king's mi
niftcrhas, foe this pyrpofe, addrelTed this noie
to the Pruflian Direclorial Counfellor; "Von
DoKm, ..cni reating him at the fame time to
forwald ii to his ccurr; and to effeft a fpeedy
refolution in cqnfequence.
, ; By the Royal and Ekfloriall
To' lhe Royal Pruflian Directorial!
Cour.lellor, Von Dohm, at v
Hornebu gh. J
NKW-YORK, Oaober 5.
' By the fch'r Maria,'Cspi. Steny, arrive!
this morning,' we have -reteivrd a Bourdeaux
Jourral of ifl Fruttidor,. (about the c)ih of
,S.ft article under the head of Marfeilles,
mentions that ari, American frigate bad arrived,
there, whiclt the Genoefe bad 'aken for n
Englilh- fh?p-'.ogether wiih two brigan'iret
in ballad. -We do. not undcrfland the word
taken frfiel unlefs it means capered, in
which cale ihe miftake would be .not a lit: le
(insula:, ' 4
The paper we have receited, contains not
a fyllable of riewi fronVEvypi but mri'.uc'ra
diftreflmg r ivages comniined br inicfls ;n
the. neighborhood of Paris, and g'ea; ieft nc
lion in different paU .f frsnce by tcmpf f!,
kail and inundationt. Tiic Tame japn has
fome remark .on -Lord Nelfon's aijacks at
Boulogne, reprtfen'ing ihat his cbieft l.ai
been defeated but no facV'wonhy cf notice,
exiflinj fi-cumllances an I caufes formerly
exiHing have been entirely changed an re.
moved in the courle ot b: moth of Ma v. fo
hat circumflancet, at prrfem. are raiber the
reverfe. Holhliiies have cea'ed be'ween
England and ihe Northern Powers, and fo fir
f.omrefperting mtins for an amicable f$ Ie.
ment, immediate friendly mi (Hons have even
itken place on both fides, and the crowns i f
Denmaik and Sweden, imitating the wife
fen iments'of hit majelly ihe prefent emperor
of Hulfii, are atlmlly en-rifed in amicably fet.
llipg the diUere ncet jwith jn? Biufii govern.
meat, ibe nappy illuc ot ihcfe peaceable
aegocia'iont not being doub'ed by any of 'the
ptr ics, the Brirfh government began ren.
deiing cemmrrce f.eein the Baltic; Rulfia,
Denmark and Sweden have reflorrd the com
mertial interrourfe by p'iblic decltra ions ;
and ihe emaa-gi fome'ly laid
hips in Rufiia it again taken off.
WILMINGTON, Oft. so.
Marrierl on Sunday laft, Mr. JcHM
Nichols to Mifs Polly THoiifsos
both' of this cown.
By the Cornelicut, arriveJ at New
York from Liverpool, London papers
.were received to the id ultimo. No in.
talligcnce of moment againtl Alexandria
fubftqutiit to the capitulation ot Cairo,
had been received. LorJ Notion had
failed nn a third expedition, and after
reconnoitring the Frem hcoaft, returned
without making any attack. His flag
was flying on board the Amazon rip.itc
in the Downs, orr the lfl of September.
Ths rtce-of-flour had fallen to-fuch a
degree, that the Lord Mayor of London
ordered the bread to be lowered 8J. in
the peck loaf.
The articles. of the Convention be-
twecn England and Ruflia; are publifh.
on tngiiia c m the Loniwn pap-.rs by the above ar-
llit' m ief I rival It it nrtt men lv a rnnvrniinn fw
i) 'the king ofpruflia hiving du-ing the courfe fcltiing the differences between Great,
of ibefe fuccellive changes,, petm.fed all com. n.;,,:.n'i t)..ir:, K,.r f... .'., :
. I , . . l i . unii" tvuilif wut.iwi tibial llllilin?
merrial and other mtcicoorfc wiih lm U tisn-1 .i r-.M A
lilC ncuiiai ijin tui'ii, aiiu iciiiilig IJIC
mode to be adopted in future wars.
Ships of eiih:r tf the contracting
powers wh'uh fhaU be. neuter, may na
viit freely to the poiti and on the
coails of niions at war. The carroet
nic tnajeflv't fubj:Ut, which hat likrwife re
mained undilturbid by Kngland, wi h relaeO
nrt" it i
io ine rruman lit e, it it evden thai bit
PrulTian tnajefly hit no loig;r any caofe'for
allowing meafuret lobe taken on hit part a
gainll 'be cown of Eng'and. But h't tryjef.
iv the kinf of Prufiuhat alfi declared a'.rraJv ot thefe (hip are to be free, withihe er.
that the metfuret which haJ b.'en frmily ta-1 ceniia ot contraband of war, and ene-
ii i i i i . i ... .
ken, could now no longer be decmrd applica
ibe ratiltca'ioii ot this t:ei y, paying in I ke Ible and expedient, U that on the part of Pruf
...l.J. .il l J iT. .L-rt .' f.L-
in, ine laai.wg up 01 inc nven it cni rriy an.
nulled, and the ' ctvitfi ion of the Elbe and
Hie tick and VcuoJed Hall con in ie to hi Wefrr have been agtin declared free. Hit
manner ihe deuit conn ailed during their it
re fbillbe peace, fiienllhtp tal lt fttUtlu
aditlcd in ihe lefpeftive hofjiicalt, and Qiajlba
eq'ialljf reQoicd when ihey are able to march
Hit Ca holic majefly obliget Mmfclf 'to
ffuiran'ee io hit royal highneft ihe pritcc
reent of Por ucl, ihe entire conferva on of
hit eQa it anl domimont, without ihe leal cx
cepviod or rtleye.
. mm '
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Th two b'jli ton faAig powers'. oU'gl
ihemfelf ea renew henceforward ihe irea,
titt of de fanfive at iance which exifled bti'ween
the two imsnarchiri, with tbafe daufef anJ
modihcaiirtut wtikq tne net that ww itee
tbe Sptuifli monarchy to ihe Kranch Rp ib
he oevcfiheUft deromd and ihf fam: Hcaiy
Uill rejrla e he foccouri whuh Ihi'.l ttm
tvttly afl'ordei -whn ia cmtrreocy. Dll Ci
eai (hill be ritifiii ia tbe
mijefly the king of Piuffii, from ihe fame con
iJeraw.wi.hii like1 wife demanded from ihe
croarn or Denmark, and effetled, the evicua.
tion of Hambdrjhand Lubeck,and triihdriwa
the troops that, bad been Da'ioned in the
Dachy of Oldenburg, for the purpofe of oc
rupyingihe Ictt binx ot the Wcief.
my $ property.-, articles cicemed con
traband arc fpectfied, but it is agreed,
Hhat merchandise of the growth, pro
mice or manufacture of countries at war.
which merchandize (hall have been ac
quired by the fubjccli ol the neutral pow
er, and Hull be tranlportedon their ac
count, fliall not be cunfidcr:d as enemy's
I he fignt ot tearch n merchant fhiot
It it I (aillne under convoy of a (bin of war.
impnffibli therefore that the occupation of bit I iimiued lo thipsof wir, arid iff never tii
Britannic! ma jeay's dtmiaion, which had I be excrcifed by privatcets. Pjrilcular
Wen conneffed with tbe (ha tin; up f the
rivers, aad grounded on the fime caufes, can
l)ne remain aad conuoue, uo the contra.
ry, il appears evidently, from lhe whole courfe
of the proceedings, ifw' ihe caulet no longer
any where cttifl which furoifh iht grotind fo'
iic ic icr aaurcuct iva ii.s King i miniMry ueir,
by the king tf Pfffia.oa the 39 h of Mich,
'he decliriiio made by bw mtjefly in tonfe.
q lenra 'hereof, 4 'br grein:nt afttrwatdt
cn'ctcd into. Ii it impotTible to fonfider
ihil JTCtab!e (0 hit hij:l;'l wild ant 'oi
rules are laid down with refpc 10 .con-
voyi, lnd'the cxcrcifc c the riht cf
3y a late arrival at New. York from
Bourdeaux, a CourJcaux I'tice Cur
rent of the ltd of. Auctidhas been rc
ceivpd, by Mch it appears that Couw.i
11 Uarce InU ro, reaJy lale Rue, m
great demandvirgin tobacco, frost
itiiv las lunci, much In JtmanJ.
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