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-would be seen gcnleel .hamlsome Frcnfb
jroan iarxing to an egly vulgar looking black,
face, and w another a delicate yourfg Udy,
as fair as elilly. going riAi and kft with a
, great big negro that looked as frigmful as
SaUn aimieliU Teenies! t often pitied the '.'
ifm creature! that were obliged submit
to Mich a -degradation, 'but -whsa. I after
- wuMi vmiilrril tht thnv would serhaps
4t massacrccd by the anda f these..tame
partners,- my blood boiled with' indignation-
4t -would at retsonatileHb suppose, Hhat
upooan occasion or this kind, where there,
were -attch -iarpe: and crouded assembly,.
of 'gerteyi perspiring: -with the; -fatigue of;
dancing and in hrt climate, that the aU
. mosphere of the iroeui wonld be.-impreg-nated
with t certain something, that 'n-bet. '
ter smelt man atscriBea- vjn una- .kidjcm, .
J beg leaTeioremPkt-thai Uieevy, general
so absolutely premihatesihat amell of
artr otUcCaoP'Stafias no sou oe a, tnancc.
In W, a ballrntm in St. pomingo contains1
t pure and street ait at one In Philadelphia,
Except at it leJitesvW the practice bf-$er-:
' fumino. hv:rJ kf-,o-,'v ' " ' -if,
Abotft one o'clock srf the following" mornm;
ing, being Wattle fatigued 1 ftonchtded up-,
the Pqpe, that he intended to pay him a visit)
ana repair to 10c uosei 01 th nounesa, pre
ceded by the Great Officers Of his household.
The same ceremontea -were, observed nr reh
eard 10 the visit of the Pope to the Emperor.
Ai eacn 01 mew viaiu ids rope ana me em
peror returned together alone for half an
Dour. , ... .. . ..- .. .
Prince Louis, who was at Tpntainbleao,
paid a visit alsd to his Holiness. The Em
peror presented to the Pope the .Arch-Chan
cellor and Arch-Treasurer- ; '
Mis Holiness wili take some days rest at
Fentainbleau, and repair to Paris before the
consecration, which will take place next bun-
on swim? hame. but' was surprised to 1 find.
' the soldiers stationed there were, ordered to
let iwtbdyeW '..Il.ttas dilemma I found
" tut one . remedy,1 and without being very'
emoni9ii, .1 ttuletfyl.aid down upon a
f awoke a little attep day light, and found ;
them "still dancing. ' AHaround me on the',
- .,. jjoor ami ocncnesircrc u vs wtunva-,
..tf, ail cotburs but white, who it seems had
. .had been . A on-wse' we fell t eaUn?
. ain t a" mpper was set before us, being the
I remains of ". Mi dinner v with" some onion
1 .'- oup, 611 which we regaled for a Tew minutes,
Jtheii paid bui; Avoirs to our hostess and went
''how. i;,"r.V.. ' : ' '
. ! . i :AA;A FOREIGN NEWS. 7
.. ; . j,,..;iLs :.vAHiS,-Not. a, " V"';
'""inTntrAhierTkn minister to Lntrlana, Mri
v - vMoftroei who had the honor of being present-
iTflriA kh Frt-rwrnrW9 Siinrlar. was receiveil
vV a most -gracious manner ana ms-majesiy
: coodeseifcled Jo converse with him for a qtiar-
.vV "Arrival in France is said to be to obtain inlor
:, ntation of.the Eniperbr's ep'iRioa concerning
v rthe dtfferences which "subsist between A
ti iriba and Spain, since the former pur-chased
.. . LoiiUi&ita. lie has Already had several con
ftrences with his' Excellency M. Tklleyrahd
and intends according to rtport, immediately
after the arrival of the new American Am--bauador,
general Armstrong, to set out for
Madrid; should.' the Spanish court not sub
scribe to the' demands of America, such
as have been approved of 'in. France. In
the present. circumstances, a war. upon the
.continent of "AwiHca would exactly be what
the court of -St James would desire, as it would
nialtethe United States either the direct or
indirect allies of treat-Britain both France
. and Spain are' interested to prevent such an
ercnU ' '
:- November 1
The Mayor of Rennes has caused the" jaco
bin red cap to be taken down, which was
placed above the town clock, and the Impe
rial Ele to be placed in its itsad.
Ail the Tree of lberty which were left
in several pant of this metropolis, were pulled
down lait week. - ' -
Gen. Regnier hat passed through Nice, to
tmliuvk for Corsica, wherrhe witl take the
command in chiefover th troops
Two regimenvs are marched ; from hence
to Brett where they iiSXi arrive in a few days,
to reinforce the corps 'destined fot'Ircland.
, Six thousand, (rvops are on the point of
marching to Touldry' to embark Tor the Me
diterraueanV . ' ' ' '
... . ' November 25. "
Tlirt day at half past twtWem the foremwn,
his Ualiuess arrived, at FontainblctM. His
Majesty, -the Kmperor, who had gone out to
hunt on horsebaclr, -being informed of the
approach of the Pope, proceeded to meet hit,
HoIinc't,nd'miVhim at la Croix de St. lie
rem.' The Emperor ana the Pope alighted
both et the aaitse time j they approached ami
etnlMCcdaaclro'Jief. Site of, his Majesty's
carrages tBeaenp The emperor tat
tered first inte tlirfarriajgetoplkc his iloli
ness bdthe righu," They arrived ft the Css.
tie through' iw'd Tines bf troops and the noise
of the artillery His eminence Cardinal Ca
prara, an J the gry t rmcers of his Majesty's
homehotd, rrctlrcd them at the bottom of
the stair case. The'Evaperet and the Pope
proceeded togethex by the glh stair case, -os
far at the place whjch-separates their s part
menu His highness having there quitted the
limpvror, was conducted by the Grand Cham
lerluin', the Grand Master of the Palate, and
the Grand Matters! the Ceremonies, to the
apsrtment preps red for him.
Hsvingftrtd4nnolinte, his holiness paid
a visit to the Emperor 1 he wis conducted in
to his closet by the great oKcrrsdf hit Ms
jty. The Emperor re-conducted tht Pope
to t!ie hall rfthe (itt-Ofr.ctrv ' IHs hlRb
ntiMmmedistrly nOerpaid a visit to the Em
pre. .The l.dy cf Honour who went to
meet bis Huiinrss, introduced him Into the
ikt of the Empress. - Her Majesty recon
durted the Pope as Ut ss the irtotid room of
ler apartmcats. The Pope having rtturaed
to his own apartment, the Minister and
Great Odkeriof the Empire had the honor'
of bcijig prtstatadto hit HlHTtsty. - "
At four o'clock the Emperor tsnt notice to
'..id LONDON, Nov. 20,Sf; 22. f
The Rotterdam paper of Saturday las
contains intellieence of ereat importance tq-
toe. commercial interests ot tnis country.
. juuuiiHitric, 111c music r ui 111c uvea nira
property of jthe' free Bat avian Republic'has
lssUfcd a: be motor v order that all shins
known r tii have 'icome from England, the fact
iu uc ascerramca oj iac awis 01 capiains,
hall be Seized.1 The order is dated Irom
Paris Ort the 12th inst. and is to.be rigorously
carried into fcffcct afte fourteert days fiord
Uat time. f 1 It was signified to the merennt
tii interest in Rotterdam,' On .the 1 5th by
General Rosseau. He states in hist notifica
tion, .thaf, he Wis personiHy'dispOBd' to re
lax something irom. the &eventy.f the order
In favour of vessels) freighted -with colonial
produce, but the roanaatcs or the Lmperoi
f the French were peremptory, and he was
commanded to confiscate the wbyle ot the
cargoes-Of iuch Vessels' as should be found -to
have any British merchandize ori board. .
The fourteen days delay was allowed for,
tht purpose1, of affording the Dutch mer-'
chants an opportunity of receiving such ves
sel as may he consigned to' them from
Embden srtd other neutral ports. ..
.. ,This despotic measure seetns'to haste been
Jdtjtermied on in a moment of rage and
disapiointment, as the order was issued im
mediately, after tha; compulsory liberation
of Sir George Rumbold. The fixed and
deadly rancour Of the Usurper against every
thing English or connected with the in
terests of ; this tountry, has urged hiih
upon a measure which the Jeast experi-
' ence" with. tht. nature of trade jnyst have
convinced him was IinpracucabteiTTo ex
'.elude British, manufactures or colbrdal pro
duce, from countries which" requirVthem
as indispensable necessaries of life b . above
his power, great as h may .be. The attempt
is.no less a proof ofthe folly, than the im
potence of the man. :.-
This paper contains the article from the
Mflolteur of the llthinit. which announces
the liberation of Sir George Rumbold, as'
proceeding1 from the protection of the King
of Prussia. So far from recognizing' his
Mnnacence, the article ponitiveiy states, J That
'if. tk proceedings against htm we re' com-
pleted, he would appear as criminal as Drake,
.Spencer Smith, or Taylor." We suppose
that it is meant by " completing. the. pro
ceedings," -that if Fouche "had time and
could, methodize a plot, and distribute the
parts as he pleased, he could iave fixed the
imputation of guilt upon the Britinh Minis
ter, and possibly - have extorted ah official
' condemnation of it from the servile repre
sentative of those Courts -who reprobate the
supjviied.plot of our Minister Munich.' ' ,
The Senate of Humburgh did every thing
in their power on the seizure of the British
Charge d'Affaircs. The day after he was
seized they made official communication of
K to .all the Ministers resident at that city, '.
ana --pledged ineniscives to employ all the
means within their compass to effect his fi.
Deration' It W'prohnble that their application
produced the ready and energetic remon
strance ofthe Court of Berlin. His Prus
sian Majesty has always appeared to pay
much attention to the rcprescnthtiont of the
Magistracy of that tity, which it uiiotun
)ikely.may fall ondcr his dominion at nnvcry .
On the dd Inst, an EnglUh three-matted
vesstl from St. Pctcnhurgh, with twelve guns
and twenty men, and a cargo estimated at
4L9QQOQ lures, ran.ashore.ncar Calais. -The
vtsiel.was setae J, and the crew made pri
son, rt'. ... -
We (Sun) think it necessary .to Inform
our reader, that we, it wtHl as the. other
pobht prims, haVe been'imposed'upon by
the account of a pretended engagement,
' between an English privateer, named the
Lord Mtlville, and i Spanish frigate, the
whole being a contemptible fabrication.
fJjuiJMt 16. -'
1 STATE PAPER.
Tit following it to ht the "att prtttmttd
cr M. RjjncfJ, iht Frpnh Charge tAfain,
f hince Cltrloriiuh, at St, Pttertlurght
Jur he had rtttiud his 'jiNu t . . ,
" AS tha Cbarre d' Affaira of his Mertv
the Emperor of Uosie has demanded "pats- ,
ports to quit r ranee, the vmursigned has
rcctived orders to mske the same dtsnand 1
for him Mi If, and tht persons who belong to '
the French Legstioo, in order to be able to '
quit Kottla at tht tarns time that M.d"Onbtil
shaQ hsve passed the French frontiers. The '
undvrictd Is fmhtr charged to sirdar,
L that as his Majesty the Emptrof,oT th
I. . .
rrenca-aiwaya rtmemveri tn oenrnau
consejuences whi;h tho rtcotwiliatiaa, be
tween Francf sMid Russia produced la Eu rope,
hw never couM conceive tht tnotivts of the 1
raistindersUnd'iAg which has crept tor tome 1
montha nsst into this benchcial hsrmour.
( and that he sect with regret, thai the depar
u xnese aisagieemetHs d long 10 ine
and though it is how'neithet .in -thK,
of Fraace nbrof Russia to have pre
l their -taking place,'it would, on. the
;ture of the Rssiia Qbarge d'Alfairs, which
requires also that of the undersigned, seems
to .ucrease the alienation between the two
States to .the highest pkclt, whil. the differ--ences
' which cculd have given j-ise to l.are
as yet so Utile cleared up. . Whatever may
be the gnevaaeescomplaintsTand demands
on both sides,, and notwithstanding the pub-'
Kcity, notwithstanding the disregard of de-I-coram,
which, mutual asperity has often
j carried too far in thse differences,: it 'is how
ever, to 'be perceived, that the French Go-
1 vernment said nojiiing that could ihfrince
sjpon the -regard ihich great powers and -
; sutes ot equal strebglh owe to each Otlier-
1 whereas, h thV otter hand, the templaints
of R-ussia have liut too often related to such
,' 'objects,' :aTid have been expressed in such
' manheY,"as to.affot the safety,' dignity antt
Mrtdepehdence of the Frtnch Government.
lJut, an these disagteements b long to the
: pasl--and though
other hand, be vey iasy. for them to commit
" them . 40 bli viorf for amidst the various
allodged "grievancesi the bnly one which '
remains -Jo J'e. aiscntsedy Is that wbtch ro
lates to tbe execnrioh bf the Treaties sub
sisting between Vrahttf and Russia especi
ally as' far as it tcontAns the -mutual ifid1
;respec.tive;influKei0f t1o pbtai, Ifor "
ik presenaiioa 01 me, oaianre ana lnce-
pvimcucc vi 111c jiituuouiiiig- uaics. Ja
the-' Russian ' Cobft'J has made ; tome ' com
plaints in tfils? respect 1f has been adswefed,
tliat'if she would Confine herself within the
natural limits of her influence arid territorial
extent she would find France equally dis
posed to do both.' 4 i4.- (
w Jt has, 4here fore, fbeen remiarked,- with
astonishment, that .Russia, wit hoHt entering
into any.further diactssions- has retlVed to
withdraw her Charge d'Affair frbhl Paris. If
the relations with France seem to be of no 1
utility to Russia, France : has, oi her part,
no means to change this Opinion of Russia.
With regard to his Majesty the Emperor of
-the French,' his seriiimcnts and principles
are sufficiently known in this respect.' He
believe! it to be the-true -polit y of France
to maintain a good uhtfefntanding'wjih Pvusi
sia, in point of mutual respect and confidence1,!
and on the basis of a perfect equality. The;
-particular inlination of his jcsy th
Emperor of the French has always ltd him, ;
to u confidential connexion, and at this mo
ment leads him to a display of confidence,"
regard, and friendship, inwards his Majesty,
the Emperor of all the, Russias. The idea
which he had conceived of his Imperial
Majesty's character, did not permit htm to
suppose that his Imperial Majesty of all the
Himi.i8, after hvin pegociated with the
'F.mperor of the French, end received his
Ambassador ; after having appeared to be;
ot tht .same opinion m some important r-e-gociatinns,
8c after h'aVing'even keptupconii
dentj&l relations, wouhltliave been disposed
to acknowledge the prt tension, of the House
of Bourbon, and suffer its intrigues Wh'tn
Paul I. was iring to'pul en end to the wur, ,
and to renew the bond of peace betwetn '
Russia and France, thefirt Mfp he took
was, to take no furthtr aiterest in the con
cerns of that House, and to cease to acknow
ledge its pretentions; ' ? One is forced to.
attrilmte to tfomeiHdiipoed persona the
change which hat, manifested itself in the
sentiment of the Court cf Russia; and it is
a matter of regret, that an approximation,
which has been so sincere, should be liable
to such an alteration. , !
These are. in this respect, the rnnstant
sentimems of h'vs Maje ty the Duperor of
the French and the ihtersigocd is charg
ed to repeat the assurance, that now, as well
as at alt future times, hit Imperial Majesty
will be disposed to renew the ancient . rela
tions with Russia, and that he win congratu
late himself to see them ratoned to ij most'
perfect good untlerstan'dihg.bctratn 4he
States, which, if they 1ay.aide all animosity,:
may, by "a reciprocal , fritndrfhip, produce
important advantages to thuir common wcl-I
fare, and tbe general tranquility of Europe.. :
doo paper one of .which dintes six columns
toan account ofthe juvenile pi fot mer) exti-ls
his talents in a superlative sti-nio oft-ulcigitim, '
pronouocing blm a phenomenon in dram-tic-
v NeWiYORKVIauuary il. .
Frenib 5ia.'. Anibng the num-
bcrlefs inltancci of' unjiill detention and
capture ot American yeUis by the pirati
talprivatfebjl,.' Fracpt w Knov of
hone inoie ittroctous.or which more loud
ly calls for the repfahenfion, of our go-
vernment, jnan. tno captuie.01 tuc imp
"r"-! . 'ciwflgog iu Ajcmgc -uafnwcii
Efq of this city The (hi p Hope, capt.
w..f99i8Mdeo With lumber and a very '
fmall quantity of provifior)' railed "from
New-York early in Novembcrfop Sa
vannah la-'Mar; Jamaica,'' arid upon the
2 adof November, in the Turk's 111 a d
paflaje,:vvai . Tallin in vyltb bv the French
ichooner priyteef, Amity, QnUett, wh(
boafiled ahdyxarnined her paptrsi , too
poffeflion crtfteicffeli'jUred hera law,
fill nrA nrl.rrl Iikv' f, ..
'? - ' . ...... J
au. o'nmOj, .tqiiraay taey fell in Uh
he Sch'r tfcy capt; Hammond, of this
,p90 boundj Jatfiaicaori -boafd of
wnicn tney out capt v avion , ma anJ
Ox leamcn, notwithllaodihicaut. ..Wat-
fon's earnctl lennrll to k ncmln
: proceed eTt her his fliipor the privaiecr
to hs pefen U the trial. We are happy
iu 10am wim ine veuei was mluredV
kfL'lf''it ' A' January if
ThtmfniWpT&nt prevailing, will be
found, we fear,' to have been productive;
. iujcmauic ciicus, noi only Iiavele
vera! of the veffc wtiyfj olf the Uwk
go.ij alhare; but foreof thofe tliat haJ
got mtd the:bay h.v biea iorceJ fiom,,
their ahchorag'ea and. . jj is apprehended,
have eilher Iharecl the fame fate tu be rt
driven out to fea.,v.The heavy fnowc which
has continued now. ikr two day sand three
n.'ghtH and the gtaat uaitity-of drift iHg
ice rnuft have rendered navigation a once
difficult and dangeroul f and the norther
ly ale itiaLmorc'than 'psbbablc has done
(erious injury to she' weather-worn veitcte
and haplcfs lea men exbofed tt its fiiry.
"Several ofthe people- belonging to the
Angenora, which Jately funk otfCoocy-v
in 1 c t ' t -
iiiauu, were on dunaaj orougtu to town
in a milcratle cood'wion, " They were'
carried to the Hwfpital, their hands - ai,d
feet frozen1 to ligidity, q4 devoid of feo
fation. , ........ . .
. . y ... , February tr-;
Capt. White, arrived yesterday from Mar
tinique, informs us the island was not block
aded, - A iiriush 74 and three . friirates wtrk
cruizing o(T St. Pierres,'but without mclestingr
the trade. It was supposed that they medi
tated an attack On the island. , Captain .V't
likewise informs us that tte British had cap
tured and carried Sato Antigua the . French,
privateers Buonaparte, Napoleon, and Marl
borough. They have also tent in five Spa
Dish vessels. '
WASHINGTON. CITY, February 7. .
TRIAL JUDGE CHASE
On Monday, the trial of Judge Chase cOm
menced be fore the High Court of Impeach
ments, t ; . i .
About a Quarter before one o'clock, the
Senate took their scats, every member of the
body being pretent-Immediately after the..
Managers,' viz. Massrs. J. Randolph, Nichol
aon, Rod neyypdy It-, Early, G .W , Campbell,
and Clark, appointed. to conduct the impeach-
meni, entered; at cpm'panied by the Speaker
and members of the Jloveof Representatives, -to
w bom seals were assigned As soon as.
they wtrc seated, iiamoclChsss, being called
upon to appear! entered, attended by hiscoun-
inwhftmui 1 were hkewtu. ninrn(l'M -
- 7 " t) H
i.e. . r .1 ..:. t . i
The Imperial Cabinet- bat TtccM'cf a'ccai'
ricr (Vom Naples with important dispatches
from their Sicilian Majtstica, which have oc!
cssioned art extraordinary Council of State
lly the tame conveyance advice has been re
' ceived that the k'mg of Naples has given or
' dertfor thelmmediate lflvyingofhtar 30)00.
recruits to reinforce the royal army. It se
ven said that one man oufof twelve It to lake
up arms. V'These troops a"rto serve to rein-
lorce me gam Kin piacci m ne iwooocmics. -lletidet
that, a corpsofobilrvalion,of tO.000
men, it to b posted in thh belgltbo'irhood of
Palermo. - .
: December 1.
The Dsnith array ctmsiru of 74,000 men,
and Its navy of 87 sail the line, and 14 or
1) frigates. The Kwtd'ish army consists of
about 47,000 men, and its navy of 30 tail of
tht line, and 14 frigates. :
Master Betty, better known under the ap
pcflation of Young Rostiut, made hit first
appearance in the British capital on Saturday
last at Cove ul Garden Theatre, tuvlsg chosen
far hit debut the, character ef Achmet in tht
tragedy of Barbarosta.' The high 'report
of Ms Drsraatlc poirers, (which tttra to
have excluded all other subjects of converse
tor aonta tint past) prodsccd a degree of
cariosity, which Mr. Gsrrkk dostiot ap
pear to have ever equally txtited, the guara't
aitenisnt on tht Thtsuabiing numerously
employed in keeping ofT at impstient mdl
titwda or la facilitating thsir rstrtst from
tuffocaiMcu Tht trhiut gfven In tht Ln
Derrnihrp 9. ' ll f ft ri th 'hir. tha Mamtiwra kint-
. vv ., ... - r . ii "vii't. ifcvm
mbdaVcd with seats on the right of the chair
mine same line
The ittiJtnt (Mr. Dorr) after staling to
Mr. Chase theiadulgence oftlrue which bad
been allowednuirtd if htj were prepared to
give m his ansjrcj',..c.. - . .. .. ...; -,
Judge CfoJtiaid h had prepared, ai well
as circumstances would permit,- hit anther,
which, he bagged permission to read by him
self or counsel ; this being granted, he corn-
menced thoTsadiag of hit antrer about one
o'clock, la which he wat relieved by Messrs
Harper and Ilopkinsoa, and which occupied
the court tilt half after tour. . ..."
Mr. 7 Rtdtphi in behalf ef (he Mana
gers, requested brat to ctasolt the House of
. . . . a t. 1 - '. . L . r , a
ucprrscmauves,ajia nacwia 9 dc Mmisnca
with a copy of the anrterof Judge Chaie, for
tht purpose ofmskiaga rtplicatiorv thereto.
Tht VrnVfnriai4 iht Senate would take
the ' request . into tnrukWratiooy arid msko
known to the Houst of RtpTcseutatim the
order taken thereon., : . ,
Whereupon tha Senate retired, st the tug.
getiKm of tht Pmldmt, toihalr legislative
panttttOV-.'-1 ':rj .-:'
' T- '" ., t." d -
YettcVday the SUfRiMB COURT, of the
Uaittd States waj p&ed Present, Chief
Justice Marshall, and justices Cushiar, fa
fcrvTn, Chasa, arvd Washincton. .
' THESetittt hate, we understand rejecud
tht treaty (or eatingtritblng the Indian title
U to certain lands withla tht llmlu of the ttatt