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. , LONDON, July as.; r
""The French afe fending all ihelrdifpo-'
fable force .on she ;her tide, of the AJps,v
into the Neapolitan territory ,of Dal mat ia,
evidently for the Intended conqueft of Si
,cily, and to extend the : French power on
the Ihorebf the Adriatic
. j . diyifion of French troops has alfo filed
off towards Leghorn, and every fortrefs'
in ths States of the Church is occupied by
I hem a prelude to the downfall of bath
ihefe fovereigns. Before the expiration of
many weeks we (hall hear that the Pope
and the Queen of Etruria have been depri
ved of their refpecVivedigniticv and con
demned to pafs the reft ef their days in
obfeurity, upon a dinted and precarious
. bounty, Theweaknefs of both will bea
l:ke urged in juftificatton of thti aft. Tu
rin is already named for the future rcfu
cence of the Pope. "V
Fout new fovereigns are talked of in
Germany, namely, the Eleclors of Baden,
Heflf, HetTeDarmftadt, and the Duke of.
Cleves (Prince Murat) Napoleon could
not adopt a more effectual mode of annihi
lating whatever there is of national fenti-
tnent, feeling, and character in Germany,
than by thus frittering down, and parcel
ling into petty favereigntici, the whole of
that once venerable empire. :
Expectations appear to have been enter
tained at Conftantinople, that an Engliih
fquadroo would fhortly make its appear
ance in the Dardanelles.
' A Gmilar report prevails in the north
ef Germany, Letters fro n Hamburg and
Bremen mention it. Are we to believe,
then, that theie.was fome truth in the
report received from the American veflcl
off Cherbourg, a few days ago, of Buo.
uaparte's intention to march an army thro
Alia for Egypt ? .
A private . Utter from Hamburgh fur. .
ni flics us with the' following important ar
ticle, in ad.iition to the report of the A
meiican Captain The French are
ptepaxing, it is fiJ, to (end an army of
60,000 men, in three divifions, through
Ahatic 1 utkey, to attack the Bnulh pof
fcflior.jt in the. Eaft. Indies."
Can it be any part of the object of the
expeditions now fitting out in our ports
to couotene thefe dtligns ?
The Ruffian fquadron in the .Mrditcr
tanean, confilling alieady of twelve fill
cf the line and nine frigates, is to be fa
ther augmented. This docs not look as
if a ifolinion was taken to abandon their
fcttlciVents in the Seven Iflands.
The King of Sweden bas not accepted
the offer of Rufiia to meditate between
him and the Court ofBeilin. He confi
Jeis hiirfclf as acling in quality of an ally:
of England, and that the aid of Ruth's in
the adjuflment of the exiftini difference,
Is iunccifliry. His Majcfly infills cn
the cvacuationot Lautiiburg by the Piuf
Cans, and its rc-occupatioa by SwedlCt
is reyorlcJ. in the German papers,
that the Grandees of KufTia have attempt
ed to treat the Emperor Alexander in the
fame manr.srai his Unfortunate father was
'liea'eiU-; ' - . ,
The' embirkanon of troops Jot lift.
grind I expedition, Is now completed.
Their destination is certainly the Mcdi
tcrranean, it is ptcfumed for Sicily.
Whatever propter Is made in the nc
codatioo wit b France, remains only
t.itwn.f.iihe fihinct council. No hlPg
fartUr has trar.fpired, than that tlTOca
feifed good wtu.txtm ttueett in two
jotrn-ments, that the Paiis papenbtcathe
a fpltit cf mildnefs, and Jcmpcri
'uiud o the cpeninkj ef pacific, Jifcuf.
Mr. Fox continues to co tm in a (lite
of regular progrcfriveconkfcence.'
A lUirte is .iwj to tuve taxen puce m
the Ruftan Mioiflty , favorable to the
f irncn iMierch. 41. Noviiilioii bat K
tirrd ; ai d (be Kig of Sii'ru laving re. ,
fulrd the RuttSan mediation, fome frigates
arc faid to be fattinj oat at CtonUxdt ta taifo
the blutkadc cf the Prufuan ports.
Swe paitWnlars ttfeAirj ih r.atore
a rx I tfuli tf the imponar.t enquiry which
been icfliiuied tn'.o tie conduct of an
illulrioas fitnale Sfeincirculiiioti amon
hellchea circlet. Tlieexsrr.laations are
faiJ to haJ be n cohfir.t J to.two to'u ;
the fuft itfprtting I tit birth inJ paicntsce
t m thit.l i.l f.iui teats old. ci!tcacd un
ia ht Umtdiate pru'tUton i f the Uoyal
rttfoaloqitfl ii h ritas to the Re
iftal d.ftutn cl her conduU. The In.
giftryi and to its parents,' as well, as bv
the concurrent tefticnony of every perfon
examined oh the oCcafion, to be the child
of - perlons in a very humble rank of lite
at Deptford, and to have been maintained,
and educated by the Princefs on the pureft .;
and rrtoft amiable principles of Chajity &
i On Ihe fecorid head, a large tnafs of e vi
dence, we underftand hasbeRnhrought fcr
ward, in the couife of which ,moft of ihs
terfons in her Uoyar Higfinefa's Hbufc..
old have been examined. . The whole of
the report has been piefented to his M?
'jetty who has ordered cdpiesto.be fu rush
ed to the two Koyal perions pei tonally in.
tereded in therefult of the inveiligation.
'. ":'( .. "; ; . ; AugUSt 4.
We stated yesterday and on Ihe best au-
thofity thai'M. d'Oubril had, jn signing thu
preliminary treaty with France gone beyond
his instructions. We can now add, that the
terms are so ignominious and disadvantage
ous to Russia, that it is thought by some di.
Slornatists the emperor Alexander will pro
ably hesitate to ratify them. ;
In the mean time, Napoleon acta as if even
the definitive treaty was sintied.On the very
day that d'Oubril signed the preliminary trea
ty, it was intimated to the Austrian ambas
sador, that his master must immediately ab
dicate the crown he has so long worn as head
of the German empire, and confine himself
in future to such matters as concern only his
Lateil from France.
The editors of the lew-York Gazette have
received by theach'r AUantick. from Nntz,
Paris papers to the 29ih of July. - Their con
tents are interesting. See the translations
It appears certain, however, that a separaie
peace was signed on the 20th July between
Russia and France the terms are not pub
lished. The fortfess of Gaeta surrendered on the
1 8th of July, after sustaining a fire t-f 1 1 dajs
with open trenches, dining which time 800,
000 pouiidsof powder was consumed by the
besiegers. Thus, after am.mly struggle, has
this fortress fallen into the hand of the tyrant
of the world.
We have seen a letter from Nantz, f the.
1st of August, which Mates a report of the
preliminaries of peace between Great-Britain
and France beings signed at Paris on the 25th
of July. The writer says this wants con fir
mat ion. ..
The same letter says, M Last evening's
mail brought news from Paris, authorising
Jhe free exportation of grain to any port or
ports by neutrals. This khowi a pacific dis
position towards England.
The harvest In France is stated to be llu'
most abnndsnt ever known. Wheat would
aut sell for more than six livres.
. PARIS, Juty tJ.
The Jesuits hive been ordered to quit the
city of Napl' in 2 a hours, and the kingdom
as soon as possible. It U supposed ihcy will
retire to Hu isia. the rules ef their, order not
permitting them to settle in any of the ca
tholick states, not even in those of the holy
23d A courier from TJrittainy has tfcnl
closely in the steps of the secretary to the
Russian ambassador, who arrived at Calais
nn the 1 3th with despatches for M. D'Oubril J
the former, arrived b'n Ihe I9thi and Immc
diatety proceeded for Cars. The smallest
appearance rf a rcconciliaUon rece'nes tlic
wishes and hopes of the fihmds of peace and
24. The minister of marine has written
a circnlar to the different ports, annoncinc
the signing of peace between France nd
Russia, ani ordsred, that all adtni;!!, c.
and cooit-:iUinuof por(s4ue-Uhe Rus-,
. 'tttte announced fur Afcust, U put otT
till September, to Rive time for the jrund ar
mv to be nresent. . .
' - ... .... .L
It il said, that on tht IStit ot tin momn,
tb distuiiions which haw been carrying pn
for tU Itrangemcnt of the fiairs af t'.cr
msnr, ara terxmatetl t- and tltat U Tninis
ttrs bt the lungs oi Havana anu utnuu
bunj, of the elector of Uaden, the landgrave
of Iksve D&rmsudt, tbe duke I Ucvcs ana
Kerp, the princes ol the house oi asuu,
ke. &e. bsc concluded a treaty of alliance
and reciprocal gtiamntce, undar tlJ title oi
federation f the Hhine. We believe they
hs?e coma to t rtsolution to separata thtm-
..1... fMiH it.- Crrmnvi k tnt. In order to
. ..... . i-..; .k.t. t
1 his federation to ftfl unjer tn pmec
tioti of Trance they will havt n foot CO.iXki
T. , m m ...
. . . ... fi. i.. it.i...!,.....
mens, ana ins elector oi mich,i. .vl-..
f Darmstadt, and the duU f CUves, will
iiVm ih title uf erand dukes.
. . . m j
The Jewish deputies sscmwe lor me '
lime cn Saterdiy tu'.tin tl ancicut chaptl f
Su Jahrt, which has been preparea lor uv
CKton. Th Kinpldra U Italy wUl ssad
V 56th. The movement of tbe troops from
tlieinterior, towards Germany, has been sus-.
pended, in consequence of the peace with
Russia. In a few iiburs after its !gnature
M. D'Oubril set. off for St, -Petersburg in
haste, having first taken a hotel for the new
Russian Ambassador. ' It is thought the ra
tifications will be exchanged in a moath. " ' '
8th. It is believed, that Lord Yarmouth,
lately arrived from England, will soon ap
pear in a publick character. .;
In our Gibraltar Chronicle of July 12, we
observe a paragraph stating that the Spanish
! government tftI Uud rdera to put 18 re
gimtnt of injaatry, two of artillery, and 12
of militia, onTthe war footing. The conjec
tures concerning their uestinatioh are various ,
the following are mentioned 1st. An ap
proaching rupture with France 2d. the re
gulars to be sent on a foreign expedition and ;
the militia to do duty in the interior -thi o
pinion is corroborated by the fact, of orders
being sent to the commander of kthe Cadiz '
squadron, consisting of eight sail of the linej
to liold himself in readiness to sail at a mo
ment's warning; and by the well known .want
in which Spanish America stands of the as
sistance of the mother country, (owing to
Miranda's expedition,) it is supposed to be
intended for that place. The 3d opinion is,' '
that they are intended to garrison the Portu
guese ports,' which are to exclude English
ships, and thereby save French troops the
trouble of overrunning the whole country. .
- Of the disagreement between the members
of Administration in England, tbe Courier
of the 2 1st observes" dissention and di
vision have ciept in among them their
most bitter enemies are to be found in their
own party ; and the most decisive opposition
to the Ministers proceeds from the Minis
terialists themselves ! The t'oxitcs disagree
among themselves, and disapprove of the
measures of the Fo::ites and GrenVilles
the Gvcnvilles are not perfectly cordial, for
Lord Tempje disapproves cf the measures of
Mr. Windlum. The puny party f the Ad
dinfttoni arr at variance with each other, for
we hare seen Mr. Van sit tart in opposition to
Mr. II. Addmgton. The Vicc-Prebldent of
the Board of Trade sets himself up in op
position to the measures of the Secretary of
the war department. The Treasurer r
the nary,, recommends what the Ministers
rcprolwte ; the Treasurer of the Navy con
demns the conduct of the Secretary of State,
and the Secretary of the Treasury seconds a
motioi; which meets with the decided opposi
tion of the first Lord of the Treasury and of
the wlole cabinet. ' The Vice-President of
tbe Ktard of Trade, who had assumed an
authoritative tone to the Secretary at war is
him clf severely rcbuded by a distinguished
mersber of that party which was supposed
to h ve carrirtl its decisis c support to the
Mtn.try Lord Temple complains cf the
conduct of the opposition w'tli respect to tht
volunteers, &ad Mr. Panks takes up the de
fence of the opposition, and pointedly con-
deptss the manner and June with which hit
Lordship had " upon the present, and indeed
almost, upon ' m..ioii, niictn.nJs
thoee who difief with him in opinion." ,
M Are not these pretty strong symvtoms
of distention and disunion 1 And yet, though
they are unable to be unanimous themselves,
Ministers expect that the pcplc will be unan
imous in approving all their measures and in
believing that they are ministers of the greaU
est talent, virtue, consequence) ami capacity
that ever existed 1 1" 1
Pin L ADELP 1 1 1 A, September 22.
, We understand that intelligence has bn
received at New-York, of separate prace
having been made between I'.na'.ttnd and
Spain, and ttU treaty raving been, signed
at Madrid. ,'
s Jaoif tvn oniisJ'o.vcxKr.
; Air.roxr.'S. 17. ;
This forenoon arrived the ship Delaware,
captain Farrier, who left Portsmouth tfc7ih
Autrusl. and brines London dates to the 6lh.
The Clyde frigate landed lord LatJita.
due at Calais, and cast anchor off the pier
i i -
Contain Farrier left tie Tcictl en the fc5;h
of Julv, at sshith time he saw the Dutch tctl
rfiinunthnr. The troops hsd left HolIartL
Capt. F. ssw I or ine seventy-foura om
the stocks at Rotterdam ana Amncroim. .
Spoke ihe Fame, from Kenncbunw, ots-
tasked. The Faroe had spoke tbe lletsty
and Eeliiianas, oi wion w
II a a. . A. ft
II Frmrnet anl fWufli-The Hlowtng ex
tract t a ic-utr Rivet w mvn u' tr
prthtnd that a pec 1m tt actually signed
i, it r. ,.einmcnts. The letter is dated
ll k iti .if Aumiit. and was wnuen pt n hi-
.. p- v . i-
leUutentenUemanat Nan.a, ho f.om fcis
Hcviliar situation, must rcesarily receive
Another letter states, "that no tfOgress
has been made in the ntgociation wWi Spain,
in tonsequenceofthe impediments of Piunce
the iatter visy ing the United Slates with a
jealous eye. -Six months may.ahow many
strange tventT." - :
' trance and We are informed from
. a source that does not' : leave rs room to
doubt, that no progress -whatever, has been
made in tbe treaty with Spam ewntg entire
ly to impediments, jinterposed b f ranee !
And lJuough several different channels it is"
perfectly understood that tfi French mean
lo tonic to an open rupture with the. United
States, and that within six mouths."
' . k. r. . Pom
': : ' MADRID, June 19. '
A Memoir has been published by his mi
"... . ...I . 1 - I. -
;j.?i a twuuiumy - containing a cieiau pi me
successful i experiments which iu.v'e been
made in this country, with a machine for pu
rifying the air, constructed by Mr. Cayton
deMoryeauw These have proved, beyond a f
doubt, that mineral fumigations are an
cellent preservative against the yellow fsver.
A physician, whose Skill is equal to his intre
pidity, Don Megual de patfatinellas, . lalety
shut himself up, with liTs two boiis. and fortv-
. eight persons besides, inihe hospital at Car
thagena, where a number of victims bad pe
rished, and where the traces of the yellow
fever still remained,, and with no other prei
caution than mineral fumigation, they rr
mained there forty days, without esptrieni
cing the least inconvenience, .
. ."NAPLES, Junefr.
The present eruption of Vesuvius exceeds,
any thirrg of tbe kind within the memory o,
man. "The summit of the mountain is torn. '
to pieces, and the rim of the crater is quite s L
altered, in consequence of the number of fis
sures, to such a degree, that it is thought
. that, in the course of a few tlnys. i whole side
of the mountain will Tall in. A 'ut one hun
dred dwelling houses and est es have been
ruined, with large tracts of V: ne ird ground,
corn fields, &c. The volcano ill seems to
contain a large portion of matte,-, as the sub
terraneous noises are dreadful. Plashes cf
lightning art; 'emitted, from time-to time,
from clouds of smoke. People aic extreme
ly apprehensive, that the Torre del Greco
Wy share the fate cf the Ilerculaneum, in
the year '79. A fart of the streets of Torre
'del Greco have already been ir. undated by
the lava, which the inhabitants have rentem-d
Villi incredible labour and fatigue. Still the
stream tontintfes to run very near the place,
and the Inhabitants arc deterred T:r,m leivkig
their houses for fear of being injured by the
flowing cinders discharged hy the tnr.uirain.
A great quantity of abhes has also fallen in
KINGSTON-JAMAICA, Aup:!l ifi.
We oreat Icngtrr enabled to prefect cur
readers with a correct relation of the move
ments of that tliftirguifhcd officet General
Miranda, as Cpi LJ thf
lwmuian Amiy, cntrufled wiih Difpsfh
ei from the General, adJreHcd to the Na
val and Military Vommandert on this fla
tion, failcJ frenn" Vela dc Coro, .on the
night ,f tho nhith inrtant, in the Tender
oUJis Majeay's fliip Lilly arfived at A-
ru'oa ibe following mominf, arn came in
His Majelly's brig El Ripola, Lieutenant
Campbell, to this lQand. We ur.detftand
.1... L . . . - I . . .. at... f..rfwl K(!
Iiiiiuup.l ill), gcnucuian, nia i v.
raada failed fiom Trinidad on thc 24'h Jtf-
iyi wim i.ne luuuwing vcucia.
I . nnn. I .nl. I I fTlMjf 1.
Attentive, fixteen ditto, LUut. Cafr.
Exprtfs, Cxlecn ditto.
3 Gon Basts. -.
Ameiicsn Private armed (h'p LeirTf.
l8gunl, Capt. Jchnfort.
Arherican brlf Cofmodore Uany;, ind,,
Pilvalc Enlifh fchooner Trimmer,
llavlrr on board a tonfiderable 'rein
forcemeiit of men, cnlifled Under hi$ flai
dard, and arrived pn the fictmd Intlant oil
the olt of Vela de toro, wnere on ire
mm a. S Mm
!htj(wfr. pned by me liaccnime, oi a
on, capt. Uarrcf, -iucn vtuci auinea
la covenrg'the difembaikaiion of tho
licori and mafines. who tsun the cc.o
- . - -a iT if
relation cl the aimarotnt, not poiuiimri
of two bstietler, mountinf nineteen pie
ccs or cannon, ot vanooi ianuii,
ammuniticn, 5c. and on the fame nlht,
martheJ to the city I Co, diflmt s
bcn 4leajuci, -which entertcf at 4
o'clock iha . enfold mointng, wlihout
meeting an ppcyftiton ct confequencrj
tha whole of the lots on thofe days, sa
moontln to only ore ptivata killed, Utii
unant Col. Kttkland, and FtwiU
liam, Kfq. fecretary to General Mifanda
and 11 x men wourdcJ, but who wa ata
happy to adJ, were Itl, ia i tail way ol
recovery. . '
In legsrJ to the Cisoitcnei, we csnnoi
tfurna to irow tb'sir ccntenti, kut th
fiat It ifuitatBcJ, by itfcietto me ic