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TUESDAY, APRIL. 1806.
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' The' emperor Teceiad yesterday jprinc :
Repnini' made prisoner at the battle of Auaf '
terliu at the, head , of the. herse guards, of
which .he rat the colonel. Hi majesty
told him that 'it'was potMs wiah to deprive
the 'emperpr Alexander" of .such brave troops,
And that he had permiaipn to collect all the
prisonerfioftheiRossiaii imperial gvuud, nd
ttHirn Vith ttelnlo Rvftsia.j Hit majesty
expressed hi regret that the em.peror pf RuV
aia ahoyldshate -haardedri batfleand Obser
ved that hadis majesty been lew aanguine
he might have spaced the blood and honor ' of
lis army, X v "
. Prince J,oh? ,of .Lichtenstein arrived here
yesterday invested with full powers to nego
ciate The conferences between him and
-jVI. Talleyrand are carried on very -actively,
ilis majest.y'afiit aid-de-camp, J unoU who
. -was dispatched lo the emperors of Germany
and Russia, saw the emperojL of Germany
-at Austerliu' yVhoreceived him very graci
ously. He "was unable to prosecute fils mis
sion, on account of the emperor Alexander's
liaviug set off post for St, Pctcrsbuigh, atten
ded by Geo; Kutuaow. -
Hi Majesty received at Rrunn M.'Haug
tt,vand appeared very Well satisfied with
the cojAniunicatiohj made by tlmt plenipoten
tiary whi he received iu Uie most Hatter
iog jnamjer,. inconsequence of hi ' having
been ever opposed to a connection with ling ,
land, as well on account of the reputation, of
his counsels, in which it attributed, the pre
aent prosperity of Prussia. As much, can
not be said of another minister, who born
at Hanover, has not heen "found inaccessible
the influence of gold. JJut air these in-,
;tr1gues have and wi'lf prove impotent, when
opposed .to the king' -of Pvu$u's superiour
good -sense and discernment. A to the rest,
the Fwnch nation it dependent on no one,
and oae hundred and fifty thousand enemies
i;i addition would have but protracted the war
a short'time longer. Prance. and Pnusia,
under these circumstance have reason to
thankful to the duke of Brunswick, .Ike mar
Molltndorir, Da Kpo!ol5oiir, LohP
-and m!mvc all.tae Jtiu hiiucif. The
iiitilkjues of jjjU'id!r.iVe oVCcii IiVp' uttetiUed
witU sn'-.'iCS, but as'ia order. .t'jrm a con
cKnionitisnece.ry' to Like a view of the
question i'uill its h.-arins, allthc'u intrigue
Iiavc becn'.iuUe'd by the wUl of the kn;;. 1st
fact'tU'e wiirt r'ittlncttd them, strr.nt'y :
hSei 'hi c- 'ifidtnce ; can l'iuia have a
nifrf powcrlnl iid fuuhful idly th . Prance.
, U'iKiiiit the only powtr in I'.tirope nho
cst eu;;ae in' war liom mnivr of cspiirc
f1 era battle lo-i or gained, Huskiacan rtjire;,
France, Austria, and liusia, on th contra
ry, must deliberate a long time on tire coime
HKiirei rjf the war, one or two battles arc in
uflkient w -xh ulthe chanct of it.
The Moravian peasantry kill the Russians
whenever tney (ne'et with them in small par
tti,. Tl.cy have already destroyed a htm
!ml. The errincorof tle French hat j;ivcn
order forcnV-y patrofev to ride over the
crtuntry jjid-jjreycnt thii'tkikncc. Since the
errtiy army p:i retired, the Husti&rs
1rll behind it arj plued under the protection
of th'ir coniueitr. It is undeniable that
x'nry hva comiv.Ud many disorders and
v;."icit.ii, tr t It i t surprirny that ven
jyrvxi hwild be taken of ll.cm. Thty mal
treat the poor as w II a the rifhi poolsih
C sffra.to thtm but a moderate .chasi'ue
merit. There are naToUra hch Uey
have rot attempted. Pilltjre, firing cfiia
ttauacrc; tnch w lXtr arousementr
Thty have even murdered priesta at the al
tar ! WrcUbed mut be the sovereign who
hallbrioj surU a icoury.e on his coi;i)try,T
The bUle oC AlM;rnia has proved an turo
Zar.Ury, aitice t has remove J the ho
pV'siurc which atUibeJ to the Diflic of thosa
ThU applicaiJonJ however, cannot' apply
to the court, or the f'tr number bf ofTi-
Cer, nor to the iiihahiiantt of the citirs,
vhofca the contrary, are ci viliuievcuto lux
' ThiritK'BuHtth if tin Gt
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, By, l3ec. ll
TheTvuitlan ftmy W 'thfta ctlurans,' be
fail it mircb the irH Drcemhrr, cm it fx.
tumtoltusfcla. Tht Krr hntaken thi'tar1
of Cracovia and Thetepl heetmd thul of
SascHaw, Umbtr, al l)rtxll,4nd tht
tyrd that of Cijfroau.iWaireUat.d Hussiatin.
XlthcheaJ titha first has UrparUxlih envi
Jk rof of Rusd; -ffitli Us broth r the gtuul
ifukf CooiUotine. llt . . , . ,
rVt'idt th artillery fd in tht Uattk, 'aft
nlir park consisting cf on htndred p'ctl
ofratiBon hit hrtn Ukrtafrom Ike IUMuins;
wtb all their ammonithii waon, Tbt
rmperr haa Urn to k tlii ttk of; an.n
rv ht ha1 given Oidera'Lc ill uaarporuUon I
1 MlKAtf, NOV. t9r:
Weijuit tearn that an Anglo-RuBsian'squa
dron, consisting of U bhips uf wari and se
veral transports, had landed 2 brlSfiQQ sitfi
at Naples, the 20th November last. .
. -Imtoedlately after the landing, the ambaa
aadorf hia ttiajesty, the eniperor of France
and king of Italy removed the arms of Franjce,
which whre placed at the gate of his palace,
and demanded his passports. ' : . f
The passports were granted, and the ani
bassador retired to Rome. On this subject, a
royal proclamation has been' published at iNa
plea, the terrrfs of which convey a )wt idea
of the earnestness with which that court has
attempted to make its neutrality respected.
- Private laturs, worthy of credit, assuro us
that his Sicilian majesty has engeged to join
the Anlo-Ilussian forte with a body of peas
antry, the levy of which has already com'
These letters add that the command of
this Napoli-Anglo-Russiun army, is given to
the Russian general Lacy (who has resiced
in Naples six or seven months' past) and that
the guard of the city of Nap'etjias been con
fided to an English corps of 1 8,000 men.
It ha not yet transpired what are to be fie
projects of the military assembled at Naples.
But all the world well knows what succtss
ma") be expected to attend an army, composed
of three different people, strangers to each o
ther, and opposed iu habits, language and t
. Nevertheless, it is certain that the Ettglish
squadron suffers extremely, in consequence of
an epidemic, that in putting into Sicily, it was
underihe. necessity of leaving 300 sick there,
and that since the landing at Naples, the
hospitals of that capital have been encumber
ed with Russians and Enli h.
Let us hope, for the welfare of Naples,
1 and even for that of the Anglo-iiusslans, that
the-bulletins of the grand army will reach
them sooii enough to avert from theni th.'
Ctttiti reserve, should they dare to oppose
their forces to ours. Let us hope, that 'tlic
Anglo-Kwsin will hasten to shew them
selves faithful to the Gist article tH'Uie cai
tnlation proposed to Prmcv Mural, hy th-aid-de-camp
of hi majeMy ot u tha Rus
sians and that they wi)lt'e iliCopirlniiity of
returning to' their pom, lie sjwitvaj thj
How.-Ver it may re,lthe nevr of thelrn
ding at-Vajdeaand t'hmairtn-iin wli?ch th'
llnssianttni I'.iitdith have fu-en there rereiv
ed, dw-rrand$ of us a few obiei ration which
cannot 1e sitppicsied ' .
Thus then has the court of N'ap!es reser
ved firUtlf t:i: deteMible hnttor nt surpas
sing it) iHrrf.dv -vcn the coi.it .fliii!iii .
Thm at the vert moment tl;;( thin conit
ratified at P(n"u i, rfhO-tolr, ISO.', t!e trra
tv nf neutrality, t! at htr ar.ihasiadur l ad
aiRnedflt Paris 2 1st Sep', at thj moment
she promised (1st article of the treaty) o re
pel yWreverv a'tempt which should be
mad against 'fcu rights ad duties of I cr
neutrality iie not ci.lv ne-'lect to rtnel iau-
tm-niir l-y forte, but moreover consent to
t'tlivcr up htr own j,n p!c to i.t as uxiUi--vie
t l.nlit.d and ltutiia aga:nt 1'rai.Cw
Th'is, at the mcir.ent"Uien th's coirt jim
miked on her honour (2d ankle of the treaty)
nl toMifiraiiy roips of troopj belonging to
any hclligt rent power, to be landrd er ty a..
v jnce into any jurt f her tcni'.cry ; she pr -mifetl
Fnpland and Russia to open to t tic m
hrr poil, htr arsetials and her hospital.
Thu at the inomttit when this court enca.
cd (3d irticlt of. tl.r treaty) nt to confide
the command of her srmic, fortified places,
to any oltcer, Russian, Htigtikh or Aii
trim ; the prornUtd to dirose her pcttin.
try under tin older of the llussiun Kcntral
Lascy, and o confide to the English the cut.
tody cf its o n capital.
Thua, In short, at tha moment when the
emperor of the Frenrh ami kinj; of Italy,
faithful to the 3th article of the treaty, with
drew all it force from the ttrritor of Nt
pic, and delivered up the places and rcrtt
ofthf country, to NetptAitan f(ftr ft j if,e
king of Naplc engaged to t hi own cm
cert irom tnt iwtH and rtnlitary place,
and to replace thcjby the English and Rut
tlan. ' Such fofarny and batentts will not escipe
sith hnputilty. The Indication of all peo'
plf, the discipline and valour of the I rtftrh
if.d lulUfi armlet, the genius rrtheir avrgust
commander will avenge the present gtnera
iHsnfurihe baw' perfidy, rf which the queen
of NapUiha just jlvcato odious an tiam.
That Cod, wbo punuhet perjury will con
duel, if It be necessary, Our tquadrona to w
triumphs., Already, aHht very mum rot that
th trailer , lay iheif hoult ttott, Ux
that (ini teem to htvt fWtWtrned them ty
tht ftrt of Vesu'viai, of the ftt rtwrtcd fcr
them by our veteran.
The people of the kingdom of Itslf wiUhe
temperate In the raprtttior) of their jt m
digntl)n they wUl eon&dt lq U t wlsdora,
an lfgrfMfrKttfthe ptkrht,-Who of
u can doubt that acf taguU monarch and
hit wart 6t rtf fttcbutive hit taken it try
measure whicjh'they have judgtd iiecessary
to our defence and our interests ? :
Should the 'irieniy Attempt ihW fodlish'pr
jeet of marching' against "us, 'thVf will be
doubtless arrested in thoir'cbyjrfethey irill
neVer reach the frontiers of oiir kingdom,
hyill . be Vanquished 'before Uhtih icyes
meet that happy and peaceable country, iittU
avhich they hoped to carry brutality, devasta
tion awl ruin. . . '",'.
" " ' AENNA, January 16.
The Emperor arrived here this morning at
1 1 b'clock tfjt repaired to the Cathedrul,
where a U'TiBem was sung, and ah.crl-aida
proceeded thro' the difltient street to. tiia
palace i. he wusonly idttnded by the Citizen
LjCuard n -horseback ; the citizens on foot
under arms formed a line J no regular troops
appeared. 'The cavalcade consisted of ei&ht
cai i iajj'es, in $he last of which wcVe the F.m
pcrorand Empress. Great emotion was visi
ble on the 'countenances of their majesties.
The orrier which prevailed, the crouds of inf
habitants in the sti-eels, the loyal sentiments
which were generally manifesttd, furnishid
a new proof of the virtues of the inliubitanls
of Vienna ald of ihrir attaciiment to their
sovereign. Before the arrival of the Loipe-.
ror, the following proclamation hud been
stuck up :
. " Francis II, by the grace of God, elect 6f
the Romans, ulways augus'.'.fertditary Em
peror of Austria, King of Germany, lluu-.
gary, lioheiuia, kc.
" When I was at a distance from you,.l had
good grounds to believe that our separation
would be of short duration, for I hud luken
the lesolution to return to Vjciuia immedi
ately after the MUin; of the Hungarian Diet
had broken up , my intention Was to remain
witli you as long us my presence in the. capi-'
tai could agree with my obligation to watch
over the intere&tsof my whole empire. The
force if circuiftoi.'iirrs alone prevented my
ese :uung t hi rest lution. I conreivtd it wa
ny duty to winds voo, as towaids the gene
rality "I my loitlihil subjects, to remain in the
nei i .boiirhood of the lombincd army. I
mad; choice of a icpren in alive vhoposts-,
sed your coiihdencc, end who, in ery res
pect, dcjci ved it.- I have had vv il oc.ht.
taken up with you, cm! I jvc watched ovei
vour inteieb's as tout has unl'uitoiiule cir
n mt alters hae i inuu il. ,
" l'rnvidenc not having hen pleased lo
permit us to lay tie fmiiid.iiiiiol U lading
security by means of r.ulit.uy success, 1 have
rtdouJi e.l my ttlor's to restore itjKise and
tiaiiqui'i'v 'c rny coniUrrcd sta'c by iiejo-
lions for cace. 'll.e success i4 my ef
fort has appeared tardy to my treiul ; hut
an afiair who it cnhuttd the pre" tit and tfr
!ut.:rc, and liic decition ol whith required a
mutUHl (ontint, coold not bt Liouhl to a
speedier tel mnatit-r.
" This oitl.iruiiule lime ii 1.0f past. 1
etmninthe iiii.Nt of y u villi thocc feel
ings which your rontunvy, your unshtkrn
Lltachmcnt. your vv;il.ncc in ic!erving cr
Itrviid repose, your tagitiess in shoit to
ten j-cr by bencfici nce the misfortunes of
hauvnity, have ,in. piled me with. 'I here
' odu'v but v hat joi huve I'ulfillvd, noviitur
' ut what you have practised. You have sc
r,i;irtd the esteem of your felUw coui.tr) nun,
and t tit if forciKMets you have in short
the juMcl f laim to my gratitude. Vl hell
Hill distant firm )ou and bearing the most
pj'nfol proofs, I found n.otives.for liancjuili
ty in this consolatory tcMimenl.
14 But if I-abandon inystlf justly to thl
uy which my teturo in the midst cf thr 0od
inhabitant of Vienna ran us in breast.
if you romc glatlly lomeet jr.r tn.etetjn,
nd forgTl in teeing him gr(Ce ynQlc )t ci.
lamUics which have nvtrn helmed you, do
not imagine on th. act ounltritt your pre
ttiaituatbnU unknown to roe, and that t
have not at'Antivtly toudeTed it.
" ., gene rmi peoHe! you lavecpri-
tnced mivfort unf w hie h hare thaVt n to their
very foundation, the prosperity which your
e!tortt and activity hrl ituind si
not cou(tl from myself this state of thinx.
t have even sought to become thoroughly
acquainted with it, bcctiue thit knowledge
Is iiidi.penviUr necessary in order to ettab
ftsh the rtlition which mutt calsl between
the trwjurcet and wants. Every ll.ii g hat
tlretdy been done which it wat puib!c to
do iinder ihcie onfonunste tlicurotunrrt to
prevent tht. cttraordinarr tootumptioni
which took platt from producing cither fa
mine or an uatupportabl rframctt. In nr
der to attain thii end 1 thallfor the future
employ every means which providence hat
plated in my handa. ,
M fe alwtyt at f.iihfal to your Tilnct tt
yew have Utn.in,. the most critKal timet I
tentribote, hy your loyshy to tha gtnerai
good, to which all ray eflont art directed j
redouk)e your indoaty cofiduct yountlvet
tUsyt with tht i a ox nobler, that your
ttrt to unj'ist teiisurtt J rtly bptvn the Al
wgbty tad" Wn yoor prayrrt lo mint.
Out woutidi, Uter tlctp, will thtrtiy bt
. . IRANC.
ftiit, Mil;.?. n;.
Before the Emperor Napoleon left tbij
-plate,' he pdhliahed 6ri the 27th, the follow
ih proVlamatidn to the army. . . ....
Soidtcrs Peace between roe and the,
'EmpeVor of Austria has been aigned -Yot;
'have mhis late season of the year made two
'cainp'aifis,-' You have performed every thing
1 expected from you. I am setting out to
TeUiriviJrrry capital. , I have prontottd and
a.tiibutetf rewards to those who have dis
tinguiihe'd 'fhemselves. I will perform -to
ybu eiviei'y thing' I have prorfcjUed.. You have
seen: that ypur Kmpef or has thared w ith you
al datVger and fatigues'; you thalWikewise
see him surrounded with all that grandeur .
and iibiei'id(ori'w'hich become the sovereign of
the first nation in tlie world. In the begin-
ning oflhe month of May, I w.ill give a grand
festival at Paris : you shall all be there ; and
we shall then see, whither we are called by
flic' happiness of our country, and llic -inter-
est of pur glory., . . . '
" Soldiers, during. three months wntch are '
necessary for voiir i.eturu to France, be hc
cxarnple of il nl-mics.,, You have now' to
give exapipUs, tjnt of courage and intrepidi
ty, buf.of strict dtixciplinc. May my allies
no more haveto coir, plain of ycur behaviour..
Cohdtict youi'selvts oii your arrival in that ,
sacred territory Jike children hi the bosom of
theiriamily. My pVople will conduct t!ic"m
selves tOytards you, as they n;ust do towards
their heroes and defenders. '
Sotdiet s, the.tliouhtthat I shall sec you
in-less titan hidf a year assembled .round my
palace is pleasing to my heart, and I- feci be
fore hand the most delightful emotions. S,
will ctlcbt ate the memory of ibosc, who in
these two campaigns have fallen in the field
of honor. ' The woild shall see that we tie
ready to follow their cxari ple, and if neccs-
nary, (6 do morclhau wc have done against
those who attack our honor, or suffef them
selves to be misled by tht old of the tttinai
encmv of the contintiiW . .
ftj crtltr of tht f.mfivrtr.
Mjor Geh. Marshal PEHTIllLR.
S(fnmliunt:t 6th A'tvvst," ( Dec. 27.)
' ' ITALY, Dec. 10.
,. rfcha' Matsena has in. posed a contribu
lio'i of iK n'illicn of ' frunrs S on Tritsie,
hJftobe j-u'ul in rash, ar.d the rest to bo
paid-in i;oikI bill of exrhatt. All Ennlish
jropert V ut Trieste i i ficatfd. Lvtier
from Nnplr e-limuie the niisi:ins and Mon
tcnrprii.' Lridid thc:e at 3(,ioo.tr.d tha
Eflnh atS.Cuoiiien. h osveiia has detach
ed a Icrce to meet tl.cm.
NI'AV-YUl.K, Mttcli 29.
The Fu ndi ship Alt .. dse of 0 glint',
I.e Riavc 74, tmd Juj itct 71, . ptuuil in the
er.gaj'eiiuM .R' the Ciiy cf M. J)ou:ir.gc,
have attived at KltigMi r,' Jamaica.
The lriiih sloop of vsr, Driver, capt.
Sin.pw.ii.last Irom 1'ciii.nd.i, ai chortd with
in the Hook yekttnLy. Two tfl'iccrs csmu
up from htr list tvei.iiur, ,v. they furnish
i.othii, nta. bl.c ki; 13ci:uv.da the 20th
1'rpncisro cc'.ru a native of Fortuita!, ttn
sictcdef the, loonier of Archibald lirahuin,
in June ImA, wa vtstctdwy CAicuted pursu
ant lo histcMciiCt.
Cjf'urt cf Ot Cttft Ctrvl tf't
' hc ship Aa1'i, c"l. Msrthtr, arrired
vtUroaj from Canton and bt. lltlcns, wo
have rnelvtd the particuUrs of the capture
of the tJap of Good lit pc, by a Uriiish force
turler tl e command of lluruc rophim,
ulid Sir David llaird, '-,,
On the 23d of Jai.otry, the i ,t.glih brig
I.'E'poir, at rived at ht. llclena from the
Ctp of Good Ifope, and brought inltlligtnce
of the turrcrvder of thut place to the English
on the 10th cf January. The Enrjith troop
were landed about the 5th of January, cn the
Hottentot shore. ih-y were much tnry
rd in landing, hy the Dutch Mil troop, and
toon attarked hy the a hole Dutch force un
der the cutxm.nd of Geo. Yanscn. A sharp
engagement rook place. Vatiout were the
reportt at 'iu Ikttba icttting the i-uit.ler
killed ami wounded i lut it wtt generally
tuppotrd that I OOU Dutch, and ftom 400 to
fi0 f the English weic killed ar.d wcupdtd,
Tht Dutch trtopt vere f.ntlly defeated, and
Gov. Yanscn. with about 5CC0 troops, ie
treated to the eovhlry , and the (lace ctpitu!
cd. The fortt ttr.t igatnst the Ctpt consisted
ef 7,300 it t p, vimtrr the ifcmmand of Ccn.
hir David RVird ; and tU f'Jl" irr tbip of
war Utvrlr r tlie cutnmshd vf bir Ilcm To
phsm. via. Diadrrn, M tnt Haitcnal'v
Ci fltniqutui, ; Diomedc, SO Ntttis
u. 31 1 lda, : $ another 31 fvn fiigttr
L'Eipolr, trig, II, and tnothtr brij; of II
Vt J Indiamtn and 58 trttiport.
Tht IVitintia, a ftne ihiphtci.gint;toth
company, hsvir, at tetrt uy iOOMAt
iUHiDg In ipcdt n hotrd, tnd a iransport,
were letallf rott stIT bt. Roqwe two licV
only tmtloat, r of whxh wuCAYrVrj
f ih IU al Artery.
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