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1 Saikrjijt 1 OihJjmarjnA 805. .
AnycMtA Capitulation,' proposedby tho
Lieutenaot-Colooek Jlieronimuji Castm&ui'
von Prophalow, Commandant of the Town4
Castle, Sec." circumjacent fortificaionsf th ?
Cape of Good Hope. .
To the Maior-GenefaU ftithe Mmce of his
Britannic Majesty, Sir David Baird, 13.
and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's
forces, . ami; Commodore air Home ro
pKam, K. M. Commander in Chief of his
Jiritannic Majesty's Naval forces in Tabic
.".Bay. , " ' ' -r- '
ART. 1. 1 no cnjmuiauuu aigutu, ui
Cape', Town. Castle, and circumjacent fortiW
locations shalf be immediately surrendered :
tb tht troops of his Britannic Majesty. The
fortifications of the King's Block-House,
Craig's Tovrer, and all the Batteries within
that circuit on the other side of the Cam"p's
Bay? ' ..." . . '
II. The jrarrison shall, at the, surrender,
march out with all the honors of 'war--and
alull tfieri'lay' down their arms and become
r:-Vcarifr nCar hilt BUch officers as are na
tires of the colony, or married with nativesj
or in possession of sulycient landed property .
to become, regularly, and bona fide domicili
ated, shall be atfiberty to continue here so
long as they behave themselves as .becometh
good subjects and ( citizens ; or proceed to
Grcat-llritain with regular passports, having
previously passed their paroles not to serve '
vintil regulafly exchanged. ' ".
III. All ameers, who;, according to the
previous article tnust golo Europe, shall be
I ' I O r
Britannic Majesty, and shall have leave to
realize their prdperty previous to theiride
parture,' and receive the same pay as they
did in their own service, till the day of their '
IV. The French 'subjects, who, belonging
to the stranded frigate fe Atalante, anQ the
stranded privateer 1 Napoleon,7 were casual
ly here, and comprehended in the capitula
tion, shull be treated on thf same footing as
the garrison, but they must all be.embarked
for Europe, as well as every other . French
subject in the colony. ' f "
V. The inhabiuntsof thetown, who have
borne arms, lobe considered as belonging to
thu town, and may immediately return to'
their former occupations. " But the distinc--tion
between the Hurghers and other Inhabt.
tvits is to remain the same, and subject to
ths sani; restrictions as under the Dutch
VI. All bona fiJc private property! " v he
ther Vlonsin to the civil or military strvi-
varits.of ihi government, to- the ;!hirghe;s
and- iiiliaiurts, ta thurche. tirphnns, and
oilier public institution of that kind," sli.ill
remain fie and untouched. ' - -
VII. Public property of every descrip'ionV
wV-rher consisting of treasure, or 'naval, or
military stores, buildings, estates or rticrch-'
amiilrs belonging to the Uatav'un llV public
0 the government uf 1'ranC:, shall be delivers
e l tip, tuid proper inventoTies given of them
as sojn a possible. r
VIII. The IVirjbcrsand inhabitants shall
preserve their rights and privileges' winch
they have enjoyed hilhert.i, public worship'
as;t present in usr, shall also be mvnt&incd
IK. The piper money, actually in cirC'ila
tion shull coour.ne current as liervtofore, tm
til the pleasure of hi IWlcannic Majesty it
X. The lands and house, thepropertr of
the 1J.it .ivi.-n Republic, svhiefi must be iUji
ik J In coiiif.tj'ii'ine of the present eipiinla
t'.'vi. "h..'.l lem .io as security for th;.t p-trtnf
?!' p.n.rm tnry which is t'jt lrr:idv srcit-r.-.l
bv nviftjTes upn tht rststrs cl" Inrtiti.
ii . Sy it having liter, put io ihrni. This
r. l.oirfvrr tub vhv: pifj'flicr lhr frer
,Hf u hf ind-if tht SaU h.n U and h-jotts
f. r n'Vic ''ifP",J
XI. I't'iS'jncrs if w.r, rrnrrrhrrd'nr'.n
l e p-' St it Cftr'i'jti'Mi, shall not be prrssed
I srfiinu iheir own five wdl sni cn
swM. Wiih report 1 1 nih.r pronst fy
ii- f ovUKd tot in.Aniclc V. of ihu capKa-
XH. The ifdub'tsnts rf Cspe Town shaH
be tnT?ttd fr'rt lavinjj troops fjuWttrrd'
on tl rtn. " .
XI It. Two ships liat'mt; been sunk Jn Ts
hV .lir, to t!.r err at detriment of the Iload
St.l thh-rsf'crthe flitstun llemihlic hd
. .... . . d. . r - - - i.:t. :.
Co:rmpl4ion to do s, iey re be railed
aqVin an I iMlvr I over in an entire stsie of
npfj t! . luvmj been done without the
Jicionof the commnlnt, the rUJng qf
the tiid shhn, stull be Incumbent cn those
wli'i suiV thtm. ,
XIV. The CnUrtion shsll be &tt
Turn (): this iftr f non, whrn th C'.ssilc cT
the Cap? Town, an J alt the a;jscft,t fort,
j.tiviyisly mention' d. shM be surrtnt'ertd
to his Itrilinnic Majstf's troop.
llivcn unlrr our hands ei.d Kl,lhi )ih
tty .f January, 18 56, ir!rjitiJoT rtar frt
. C. ?JS3 Ti Prh t'm.
t). fljinU Msjr Otaerl.
I.ONr OH, Jm. 31.
Tf.e Oflu-ts'lottt.l 10 M. tot, In ihe
pshd'n v" Adnun'-flfulon, frlhspi
pnu1if'jf f-'etlcd bf I'in, that oi?.
tM'aiy far Jurt grt ArTaiei, Ii pttciTfly
s fsme Cumbm slith he.hiW it a
Mxmbci of l' CMrcij no (rtmrt
orcjf.01,1, vU.in'er the fSort lived AJ
nnldinion 4thMrai of Rxkin
.lin, j-.ei ia Miiv'i atJ tkit, t(
tlic meroorablc coalition (in which he.wu
cfHcienlPrime.Minifterj which came inu
power in April J788. . . V
We hajre Tna d, Buonaparte aflene
Ihat he svill make peace with all the worla
I - J. I '... I I til
. a t n'j -'11
rever mate peace mi me nas reuurcu an
the (hips flie has taken from-France, and
otheiwife materially diminished her. navy.
It is nnvi wrli known that tVie account
of thebatileot Auflerliti tacceleratcd the
death of Mr. Pitt. . The news when coin
municated to him by Y"ifcount Caftlereagh
Itruck tp his heart, and produced an in
ftantaneous change in his di (order. -
: ; ' ' February d.
The ' Public councils ' are at length
.brought into fome fhape i.id order, and
the people are now at lead fatisfied who
are to bo their Mintfters The-hew Te
nanis of the Cabinet have at length" got in
to their feats, ind ihmlgh, from the ne
. ceflity of vacating 1 heir places in the Houfe
of Commois forthe fake of a re-clction,
fime;timc mult eiapfe betote they tan be
gin to'adl with much publicity, the'peo
plej fecure of their appointments are con-i
tei.t to wait, and the uiicahucfs of lufpenfu
it done away
For.ourlelvcs, we rccarJ the prefent
. profpccls of the country witih rrEttcv fan
gumenois, inanacioic examination wouia,
perhaps warrant; but we know what a
'combined and orderly wifdom may effect j
wc know that tileiit may repair wlut
the, want of it has fullered to fall to ruins j
and that a country is never fu loll but that
ar perpetual livij- ilream in the hearts of
its citizens may betounu, and that ihu e
nergicsaiid powe.rs arc .not. waoting' to its
falvation, fo long ai there is fkill and "wif-.
do:n in the public Counfcllors to' bring
them into atlh i.
VVc regard the pr.efen Miniflry as the
greateft hre and prop of lite tountiy, he-
caufe it is rompofed of ihu molt noble,
generous and dilirwerellfd mimls ; the molt
ckperitiiccd talents and'wifdom. which the
kingdoin can ftirniflt, If thefe men can'
not five us, houe can. They 'wilr -not
only do shcir belt (for the prefent times de
mand fomeuunK'morc than barren Rood io.
tcntioh) but they 'will t!o the belt that can
be dine. We arc fecure in' ilefc meti
3rd if in the prt-fertt niomcniotis llrligle.
I IDIIIICMW IKHI1II3 "3 l- IllC l4lildCa
lion w,ill vet. remain to us in all the tloorp
of our. calamity, .that we tried the belt'
, means. cf human ' wminii!, and tht wc
ttlJ hy no want ol cifoil ur fxill of "our
own. . . .
'The peop!e have nW a furc cor.f. Jence ;
am! tl.ry hnow ir one cuniuiou- feeling
animates them ail ; tr.tir minus are rail
,xi j'thtir bpes are tretl 4 tUy arc eager
to ratty upi?cr 't-jtViJ hi to govern, at.d
. 'J ey exf ect hat, for ;his once the luil ho
' 1 fr "I ovc, t'rcngili and lii tfiisi f!u
Kind-.m, wiirr.c unT. fle,Tf Mel'tn'tr.
It is uir.a.ka' lc of Loid .Ne'A u uril
Mr. Pitt, ylni.h lav died ui hiu U, ihod
a tthie ! ejeh o;lnr, that t!i one was
1 he t,nly Cnm3i ief in C'.i. f f , Iji io'lJj
tlcct,, whrt ever tell in nVonf an I ih? o
ihti tiio' only lMiiic JWn'Icr. w4io rvc
li-jt in 6i?icc, fi"re th: CoiMiitution . hj
ludlis pitfcut form.
Wc underpai d Mr. I ox hj alrxaJv
fenl difpat lies to all our ininiilrr at I i
itign Confta, aitnoi.nJng the chsne if
our Mioiilry, an-1 ad.ling that his wr.1i
o rcore prjrc to t'A Kurope. If report
lie tri'.e, it i tvfr. Fox's inieniion io mafAt
face with Fl-inrr, leaving lh: Bologi e
d.itil'a at It rTV i 1 and he ptpnf,s tu
;;tatd aii' II the iltr.gt.rs rt in cti.1cr.c-'
by,imicl iig every min in this countu
o't ihem. The wl c'c of n..r mite
- m - ' - - it " - " wiv HIS
'?0ii of trls r p'.ort is to he C irollcit.
cal'.fd out occsfiunilly m (.'ivifMni, am
reat!y on ai.y fuJJsn ciccrcucy ttakc the
. (Qnr tropj are atri?d frcm the conti
nent. Fony fil of njnfpons-wi:h the
t loop 1 aimed on Saturday in Yarmouth
O.i ihe 14th, the mtrrbge cf Kuene
BeaohsrtcHi, with the friuetfi Atiiufla
of Cavitli, wi fotrmoiled at Munich.
Its took ih name cf Eugene Natolcon
Th new inanicd couple wtte immedlaie.
It to fet off for Milan. It Isir-eflc!
that Irt May nest Ku;et.c Bcauhirnoii
willbt proclaimed hcicditary king of lu.
Thin are rumouri in the Tarts and in
lh foreign journals that neociationi for
peace bftwten tngiami and I ranee ill
take place, under il.a aufptcei of PrufTta,
ao llhil thry will be condecisd by Jofrpti
Uuonsrirtc. There fremi no Imindatlon
lor thlt rfpnn, panicu'itly at it is con.
neflrd with inothir thai the propofjU
had ceme from this government. . -
lofrph Hdonapane If ft Pirii on tle Ith
of January. Hit Journey had excited fome
fpeculaiSon j tut It It generally fuppofcj
he wai core to Genoa, 10 f'tcceej iht
I'rch-chancellor Le Btuuu, governor of
Ultie atoj.ri 5wtdn mi ercacnted a
- . af.t . 1 f a
ncte to u e:t oj ii cempirj id wmtabc
announces, his intention to takMO farther
pan in Us proceedings in the prefent cir
cumltances, while the snduence of ufur
patiofianii felfiflinefsjcoiuinuei to prcdo.
ininaie. -.. . r . ' r
" ' rhi Piatf upon lord flefsori's coffin is gold
The dimensions are thirteen inches by nine.
It js tbe same size as thej)uke of . Glouxest-
trs. 'ffis Majesty's goldsmith prepared it.
I he following inscription is upon it.
, .1 ... -. .-,-i?ti-CTrrT-i .
The most Noble Lord HORATIO '
- .NELSON, . '
Viscount And Baron Neison of the Nile, &c
Born September 29, 1785. - t
After a series of transcendent and htroic ser
vices, this gallant Admiral fell gloriously,
in the moment of a brilliant and decisive.
Victory over the combined fleets of France
anil Spain, off Cape Trafalgar-, on the 2 1st
ol October, 1805. ;' -: . . ,
tT, " 1-. . ' January 14, :
On Thursday last the remains of the evef"
to be. lamented Lord VHscount Nelson, , were
interred jn "Sti Paul's Cathedral, London,
wiilall the splendour which a mourning and
grateful nation could bestow. The proces
sion ;inoved from the' Admiralty at eleven o'
clock," and rcach'.- the church at three. -
It was attended by about 8000 regular troops,
and atleast 20,00tf volunteers, as likewise by
the Prince ol ales, wuh tour.or hve of his
JRoyal Brothers, and a vast number of nobili
ty and gentry, ' The ceremony of interment
wis grand and av.'!ul beyond conception
The pall was supported by Admirals, atten
d;d by Naval -Captains, and a party of the
seamen and marines of the Victory, of 100
gins.- Never was a more sublime scene be
held by an-: admiring peoplv nor did ever
pablic regret appear more general. We
are sorry our limits preclude our entering in
to a more detailed account of this honourable,
proof of a nation's gratitude to the greate st of
men.,- - .
PAULS, Dec. 31.
T Ii I n.U A' A T E.
Kxlraordiniify Sitting of Dt-u-mhpr 3o
M. Carrion Nias presented the following
project : . . " '
4 The I'rencli people consecrate in a na
tional tcmplc,-the n.wnumenis ?:id' the tro
phies of the day o A:sttrlitx, and -of -the
campaign ifrmtrmted by that victoiy. ;
44 When a ' j;en riil pence shall t k 0 plate,
the sword worn oy Napoleon 1, in that huf.le,
shdl -be dep'ViVl with rth;ioiis, iivil. And
tuilitary pomp in t.'iis turt le to be henc
forsrd .taken ft 0111 tin nee with'. the smie
pomp by the emperor of 'the "Vnr.h, . every
tune ie phtces hims If it il f kt& of his'
"troops, and lobe rt iKC'-l wklv the samecc
riinur.ies 'after v'cioiy an.l peace.
14 In this -inp.fi shall -he- insrrilet! in bas
relief, and In bronze, the bulletins of tbc
grand, army,, the names of all the generals and
snperi'U .oihcc'S w ho comtiiiiftled in it ; of all
the divisions which conipo.t 1 it ; of those ,
br.ic men. v.ho perished during the cam-
p'ign ; or till tiice who were wounded; -of
all tl.o'.t v.f.o ruiivd nisil of hor.or"; :nd
. tlie M-K.es of the members of the K'rat bo-
' dits 1 f the stale st thctpoch whtn this v.'e
hall he uilopfcl. ' The-c tales shall be
spread nvir the whole urfarr of the empire,
' tnd placed in the principal church ol the chief
plac. of r;r.h dpiumim'.'
44 In eVtiy t t.i the SSiliof A'lg'trt, the ani
n'.vetsury tr e hir'.h 1 Niip'',eon tht tirtut.
the sivloor tl' i rsnce and of r.uit.jic. shnlt
he tht Diiijiioot the rtr.pire a duy of grunt!, rt
li ;i ius, tivii'aiirt miht..ry s le:nniiv. . '
4'At vTiIs Mletu'-iiy. in eviry fhpartmrT.t,
tlv.re shrll he rend 7 !-lir!y tl. 2 i.an'u- rd ail'
t!.t ti n scripts win ! u.) U-1. r.dcr thur Colors,
the rcfi'.al tf thtlr he!c ic trtiohs, and the
!e'iiiotiy tn'their ri lutii rs of the iii,fpf ttr.n
j" of their cof.n'.ry. T he:t lm!l 'rx(ilo fc;-.d
i th ti.-nies of ihose nlmsna'.I mt l'fenlo'n:
ct thcircolets, they it;;ic rl rh'.-i fJeitd to
.honor. ?r.d the oHiution of tl.tlf tou-.try slii.ll
be testifif i to tn ",r ttL'in . .
.at. . .. M . AB.
h X. cry three j est s tins so;t r n 1 r i'Nav
I . . . . m '
"mo l"c nam,! V,,."r!',,, h ,:rr. rn "''
Sc-Iw?:im trames shall bi ccU-HratuI in Honor
of N a poll n f,the asviour .F Furc.j.r. ; t sihich
jrrsnd pritci shall he ttistjdt.trd '.t s'l the
arts to All descrlplh n of talent In Itl rirp.
cc,atid o evrry virtee which honn'-s
d Lurop'. T! i r rjrttcr f-f ii e IrrfS
shall preside Oter this fi ti fror. rh-v ln.i d
the men sh:dl reciivi their friiei-&
men from ll t hutA of the crop:ts. Ailil
fareljrn arubastadcis !r S! ir.vllrd to trts
f ertnony all the pf cpl if tie ctr.t'tnt nt of
L'irope shall Le dnmut! at this r !U, 1.
'Ihetrst ir.r.us! w.Urr.aiif tf.ii if c ttkt
Rratid tricnr.i'l ft'.c, shall tke phcr 01 the
2 1 th T AtRUst ins'.. ' The trdiiina'e. U&'e
U toihe foverrnn 1 1 dtterrr.ir.e v,;-,n. the
iM04r olcarcutit'4 the atl.tUs if tie vole
M. Djvtytiir pttpend a trisnphsl ro
f.mn, on ti e model of the Pil'sr of Trsjun,
to be auiruoded by edifices (errtipcndmg
ith its dipt ity.
M. rtttil! proposed 1 nallnrsl ar.d rli
fbtisfetf, to be olf.r.r.srd try year on
AH their ' ii'ioni wer refrrrcd t a,
committer, com'sting tf M. M. I sure, ('.
arrfin, Gallios, Currr , and Anion. The
members if the commitue withdrew.
A DOUBLE CHAIR,
cearlf new, Applt to
Wilmtf.g'oo, Macia 1 1, 1I.6 tf.
, TUESDAT, APHILI5; 1806.: r
; At a meeting of a majority of the fubi .
Ccrfbets toftabUfh a Night Guard, were
appointed as fir ft, feconti and third Cap
tains, "Archibald F. M'Neill, Chriftopher
Dudley, junV. and JefTee Wingate, as
they are here nanied, and have formed
the companies of four, "fn'miard each
night as follows, the firfl of which are to
go on duty this night.
Jl Gward, Jaries Fleming, captain
James UOier, Edward' Dudley, johjn
2d. JohnM. Gabie, captain; Jamca
Telfair, John V. Howill, J. M. Levy.
,3d. Nathaniel Hill, "captain Joel E.
Hobb Kyan Jones, Thomas Archibald,
4th. 'William Dick, captain ; RicharJ -Lloyd,
Timothy W. Bludworth, Mathcw .
5th. ' Robert Dotfey, captain; Jonms
Diinbibin. JoftnM'Coll, Jafne Suttonv
6th. Peter Carpenter, captain ; Jethro r
Dartlen, J. f.arkins, Cyrus Bryant.
7th. Nehemiah Harris, captain ; Wil
liam Wiikinfon, Nathan Williams, H.'B.
8ih. John Williams, captain ; John
Springs, John Mitchell, Alexander An
derfon. 9'h. John Mac Auflan, captain; The-
has Jennings, James Dickfon, Robeit
Allan.' - -
loilu ilenry .B." Howard, captain ;
Roger Moore, Satnusl R. Jocclynjun'r.'4
Uth.' Georre Noble, cactaln : Tohrs
Barrett, 'Daniel M'Kay, Hillory Moore.
1 2th. William Mitchellj captain; ViU
Ham Mcorr, Charles B. "Morris, JamciT
13th. ThomajCoWan, captain ; John
M'vJan, Peter Pt-lham, Elijah M 'Clam
my. . 1
ith. Owen Kenan, captain Willisrt
tlarri, John Brown, Randolph ScaproVe.
5'h. Samuel Blv-dworih, captar; Jamea
M icrccWilliani Kemp, Thomas Smith.
16th. Richard Eafcj''t, captain; Hanfou
Kfhy, John Foott, Samuel fcCrcw.
t?th fivhl Sf,iili -.,tn,A Ti.m
- r t . ... , j
Gamier, Robcrj Mitchell, P. S.' Ca'nu.
iCih. flenry, UiQ'hiit. captain: '
J fr.ua G; Wright, -John AUen, John,.
t'9'h. jacohHartman, captain ; Lt-w. .
Is Toomer. John Nichilfon. Aarnn Cr
- 1 4 - 1 y .
met. 1 .
ioth. A!cxir(!er Pcdcn, captain ;
John M'Kay, James Allen, Samuel Ii.
2irt. Edwin J. Oihorncy captain;.
John B aa. ey, Andrew Scottj ' hot). as
. iad. Thorn a Ci5rr?rr, fan'ain
- ArrhibsH M. Hoiipcr, Emar.ud BitUli-,
court, Thomas Wright.
tyA, Ptier Maxwell, captsln ; f.arr-'i-r.l
,4nfn, Caleb Nichols Wl'.liiin A.
.WiUirgs. ; ' "
2;4!'. Rohttt William, eaptlin ; Ri
chard .TalnrH. EnHy, J hn Ri'hefon.
' 35 b. Jo! h Pan!y, CApia-r ; Robert
W. Hrown, MUi.atl Latarur, John U
26h. Gct rr Hooper, captain ; Jrt.a
Ca hcrua, Fiai cis Foniaip, Samuel R,
27 b. larrca W. Wa!kcr, cactj'n:
lhoin.tt F. Davis, Ihomaal. Davb, A
a.S'h. RicharU Bradley, capiain j Jane
Marfhat, Thomai Fit;craM, Jcl.rs
h. Perjamfn Jacob, captain ; Dj
ni.l Omal, John W'ayrc, Jamca Coleicf.
A Gv.jid comj- frJ of the three Cap
tain ad Gtcrgc W. Curgwir, ni l be
tl e 1 jf on di.ty ; "maki; g at this tiiW al
t etl cr thirty (nurc'i, and it ii txtcctcdf
in a srry fhontime, il ere will afLlfkirr.t
.r timber f Citircri ccifc forward to fwrur
A. t f I
j irscrai v-ompao"f or viuarus inoic.
:. 1. iM'?ttiii.
Christopl.cr lJutilcyf jutVr.
Jesse Wir.1j.4ica . ;
N . B. 1 hi fc Lei.t!me n c( the tewn,
i l i have not as vet fienrd the aercemtoi.
1 r lurrr.ir ir.ttuiciTsa into a sxignt
Guard, rrnfl te admitted It of
great utility sn4 isfcif to tht lawn, ar
niw particularly icquefleJ to come for.
ward by Monday nest, and promote at
far at (hey can thii laudable irltitution.
T Men cl teal enate, look at Ihe
ficgoir g lift of Guards ai.d fee the num
ber of ftibfciibctl ho Jo not polTcf tta
kind of property in the town, will nt4
certainly kfitate ore dm men t, in gltirg
tbii itiftituiion all the aid In iheir power
ti .r .1 1 ....1
. i-iii in i,wiiiw-f. ui wiu n'l'inrTTePi
at sstll 11 a few yvung bnt infirm mrri'
whom l ha preleftt fubfuiber frel crnfi.
dent cannot do perfonal duty, nor do
they eapeel Ii hut it li hope J, that rtr'
still hae r objefllom to the three Cap
taint of the Night Guard, hiring a fubfli.'
lute in their place on te r.if,hti cf the f
c"jt), ir.dn iliir txptucc, at if pe.'