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1 UUIbll tb'-
Laiterenios. after (he Mercantile Ad
vertiser was prepared for pfefs, the Ihip ;
Fanny. Taylor, arrived at tjnis port from
Greenock ; and wa had the pleafure of
ixceiving by her. London papers to the 6th,.
of Sept, two days later thim our advices by ;
the Caledonia. . ., , , . ,,
They contain intelligence of coofiderabje ;
, importance, as will be feen frotn the ex- ,
trails, we have, nude, f and I from the
following ab ft rad, yjjy ,.,. '
. The refufal of the Emperor of RiifSa to;
ratify the treaty concluded, by d'Dubril,
was known inXondon on the. 4th Septem
ber, though it was not publifhed at Paris
(as the ."reader of the Mer., Advertifcr will
perceive, by this paper of Saturday until the
5th. It reached thVEnglifh government by
way of Hamburgh whilit the Council were
deliberating on the difpatches received the
preceding night from 'Lord Lauderdale.
The French, alter their defeat in Cala
bria, as noticed ,,in the preceding page,
retired to CafTano where the head quarter!
of Malfrna were fixed, and where thejr
were joined by the troops under General
Vrdier. Nearly the whole of Calabria
lias been abandoned to the Britifli. The
infurre&ion there has aflumed (0 formida
ble an afre3, that kine Jofcoh has found
it necelTiry to put himfelf at the head of
,.- one of the divifions of the army. To put
a (top to the barbarities committed by the
French of f!ic Calabrun Royalifts, Gen.
Stuart has threatened to retaliate upon the
prifoncrs which the chance of war hai
thrown into his handi, amounting in n um
ber to upwatds of thieo thoufand.
The differences between Ruflia and
S weden arc adjufled. In Confequence of
this accommodation the Swedes have rai
led the blockade of the Prulfian ports, and
have bcrn allowed to re-occupy part of the
.E'ecjoralc of llanrvor ; and the foreign
troops have been withdrawn from the Svre
M. Lucchesincihe Prulfian arnbaiTador
at Pari, has been recalled at his own re
queit, . ,
1 he miliary preparations of Truniaare
complete, and her arrows concentrated. .
Htii'Jt has ordered a replevy, of one
hnml'd ard twenty thoHfar.d nun. By
this ad.lliio:i her army will boiiureafed to
pearly Coo, 000. She has 150,069 troops
o-.i the Iroruir is.
The Trench have taken potTcflion of
T' c FfenrhenJ Dutch troops hate alfo
entered EmbJ-tn, and taken pI'ftion of it
in the nar.te ol the kinjj of Ilo hnd. The
k:ysandthe tnanufiriptj were given up to
thetn wiilnMit the fl'tjhtcfi rtlirtance.
. Kin Liuis 4 fai 1 1) hivo deman kd from
the kir. of loT)4 fio millions of florins
, as a drbt due to the republic, accompani?
c li with a threat in cafe of the refufal, to
invade FuCTa with a Dutch army of 3000
men, and a Frei.ch force of 6000, which
France riS agreed to furnifli by treaty.
Ti e SpanilSt government under the pre
fent sfyed of puiitical aifairs, has foand
ii r ectllary tii put 50500 Hoops in mo
The Sifi canton, it was reported,
will join the confederation of the atiuic.
LONDON. Sept. 5.
On t'u arrival of M IVOubril at St. Peters-
Inarch, a grand council was held. The Era
pcror attended in person, and upon i's break
ing up it wan lficiall) notified to alt the Te
rtUn ministers, tint the treaty would not be
n'.ifitd, k M. Klushhou, a knight cf Mal
ts, was tent to Paris V) announce bit Imperial
..rn-jcy's deterru:n.vit4i. lla armed there,
on ih? ZoxU u!t. and on the 1st in it BasiHco
vrss dtp-tehed by .ort Lauderdale. What,
effect It wi',1 have upon the nicutioo .pen
ding briaetn this country and France we
caan-,1 prcict.d toi'etrrivne $ but we think it
bihly pro'oaVethat i will make Ilu ichparte
rnrc ar.xiou ta concl iJj a peace siih ti.
liriiairi. , , ,
fh Cabinet Council which was ycMerv'ffy
iimtoitt to Ukeinio cumu!cratifj thedit
jHUhtifrom Pari, frvm Su PctfrbMrftb, Ic
fi wthe Me liitrtaiciti, set from 2 till , half
pl Jo'rl h k. APti the CoincU set a rocs
acntr wjs !pwtlud ij Prts
We uiKlcri'andihatibtespditions an j et
ir.teoUd to prmnd. . .
The Kinij of Swr'r n, in ht 1mp tVst Prus
lia wi:i ibr(r ,!T hef ?ependcnre vpon
J ranreis he laeriSfd all Wa dtlhir.
enrt wih lirt, to bite rsrd the 'b'tKkade
of her anj toliivetipressri tif r.cter-
miaatMM.tC04prfaic wi",h Jhtr with all hU
rnifhu Ua'Unt afl rvnermia Triftre I '
TI.e Part and Tewtrffjs were fired at S
o'clock ycvltrdiy tfttrfwh. in celebration nf
the Vtcty ib (UlaSrU, 1 I t b-Ui oTtke I.f-
fnt thurHfS wtre a'w tor g.
7hi f limugh ma'f itii 69 Weilr!sy
arritH mornlnj;, . In .accmirtt
Tom StUt are not ol so b'e ada'c iithtHf
t.r the 1 rtfKh piptr $ they ti,tt, that the.
Jit!etrt t In a Ht'.e of ib rtt'c aK'ts'loe,
end that the mm art ev. ry wStrr agiintt
tbUrp?r. Trifsn Unlit Ccn.Stt
eri wis u', UCSVj I -iti t ))J im. en4
trit t n 1 n'iKi t,f S- ?r.tn In) jy..
i Jt 'a. thi l'faia cunu Ut ttttU
alrocIiIeV, putting all those who have taken 1 4i
up arms tor their lawful Sovereign to the
a word. ' . -. ; ,- . ;
-n- GoritUr Gradiaca,-Aquileia, and the coun
try along the Iezonzo, belonging to Austria,
have been taketx'possession of by-the French.'
The Russian array is to be aograented to
600,000. men ' U0,000 are nov on the fron
tiers. '. :.
Thejplectara of Saxony and Hesse are aakj
to have concluded a - convention with Prus
sia. . .
Oberatiens in CalabriaXVe mentioned ye
sterday that the French 8c Dutch papers had
furnished us with no accounts from which tve
could derive any accurate information with
respect to our operations! and the state of af
fairs in Calabria. Our readers may not be
displeased' at our republishing the accounts
from those papers. ;
; - NAPLES, July 19. .
The Enclish have at length executed the
descent with "which they have so long threat
ened us. But this time their attempts di
rected to Caiabria have turned t,o their disad
vantage, though at brst .they bad marked
success. It is aftlictin to have to say, tnat
they induced part of the inhabitants to rise,
and that that act of revolt has lorced the ge
nerals to inflict all the rigour of the laws of
war upon the villages and the inhabitants.
1 he following is the first report published
relative to these bloody affairs. '
" On the 1st Julyv60OO English landed at
the Galph St. Euphemia, in Calabria. On.
the 4th, General Reenier attacked them
with the42d regiment, and the Polish regi
ment. He was remused; Gen. Lompere
severely wounded and made prisoner, with
" l"he Englishhad been reinforced by 30OO
men, and by 3 or- 4000 insureents, wno aa-
.vanced into the country, and quitted the pro
jection of their vessels. One league from
Cozenza they were attacked by gen. Verdief,"
at the head of 10,000 intantry, and zooo ca
valry. The English were broken routed,
and at the moment of writing the account,
1 800 English prisoners had already arrived
at head quarters. General Verdier was m
pursuit of the rest. It was hoped they w puld
not be able to .join their ships. On the other
hand, General Regnier proceeded toColrona,
gave up the village of Lestola ; 500 revolted
Calabrilrtr(V e. attached to their lawful So
vereign) were put to the aword."
On (he 4th of this month the English, with
a email body of troops, and about 6C0 galley
slaves made a landing in Calabria ; but they
were soon driven back to their ahips by Gen.
'On the 4th of this month the bombardment
of Gseta began. At first the besieged kept,
up a tremendous fire, but it soon ceased.
Between that and the 8th, no less than five of
their magazines blew up, and different parts
of the fortress were daily set on fire t. at last .
e practicable breach was made in tbe battery
Delia Regn're. ' ,
Fifty grenadiersbelonging to General Reg
nier's Corps in Calabrio, made the attempt
to pass orer to Sicily in little boats. Thia
they effected, and after making twenty pri
soners, returned without loss.
- July 21.
.. The English must now soon leave Calnbria
and re'ireto Sicily'; for the landing was only
made to relieve Gaels, and has failed of its
object. 1 he Fr-tichtroopuhathave arrived
here from the siege will march to-morrow fcr
A frigite and two English brigs bad p
proathed Su Vito irom the Adriatic, when
the inhabitant flew toa-vni, and at rhc same
lime diipatched an express to the comman
dant at Lanclann, where the report had
scarcely reached, before f ur hundred young
men took up alms and offered themselves as
Volun'etrs. The Commandant thanking ,
them for their real, rctair.rd them for his
reterve, and then marc r ed forward in pcrscn
-at the bead of one hundred Trtrirb- Thee---
ttemy, who did not expect the French so soon,
imr any remtance from the inhabitants,'
embarked in a hurry and disappeared. Five
barks, loaded with rolbet and soldiers, en
the 10h instant, presented tbcmselrcf at
Cantcne, where or Jy a fcclle dctarbrr.cnt be
ing potted, after an obstinate ' fence, eid
ttig surrounded, il surrendered and was
arm to Capria. A few moments after, the
Comtnit'jrv MonipUt atrited with tf, few
French aoldim, uflklent to comptl tbe ene
ny to re-embark. Some of them were k'dJed,
aniot1.ersved thrmselvcsin the mountains
near StL A.fr,sthe, where a company cf Vohi
gcdilhavc brr ii,ctcbrd in their pursuit.
. TheCHef de lUital'en, Grntill, commsn
iri 1 be province of G4rrno, being infur
med that an iniurrectitd broken out in
l'ie CommoeeofTerre Dure and tbpeih
boering iUeqcs, rt psimLlhilVr en the e
venin;; f the 31 with a tutTicicht. rseort,
where karnrd1, tbatiM thr 33th of June,
Ve principal part oflbe mbabitonti had la
trnarrns. and eahibileltke rtatttUdf, fry-
irif f rrrrwfrwffwfihJt lcrsl eilbe t.ni.
trns drstined loLeirtCipertrfA 10 the fro
vlncial rfRimfms, hadorr'n diisrmcd and
that Ihe iel iauedca to torWlUtr ' boust
wis alrtady prfprrtdf M. Gat4l icntntfi-
airly ok las measures for Mifnjr the most
ttdpable j sevrrkl have cxmarqeently been ar
rtcd, pod others surrendered ihrvr.b sear
This rrwnluiiun jt seems, ksdbern elvnj
while prpinj,' anil HViral std'tiiovt per
aoaskad divribuitd b?rnelet a'out tle
country, fgrthi peiTOse ofcauiing mrt dit
estm. M 1 ,
Gca. Vcrdicr, Inin ir iiieNatUnal
Gusto i to his own troops, composed of oil
the farmers, tec. friend to good order, made !
a feint of. retiring towards Matera. This
movement, a the General foresaw,tencoura
ged the disaffected, who had advanced into
the interior of the province ; when Gen. Ver
dier fell upon -them, made great slaughter,
and afterwards , entered Cozenza. We are
assured, 'that the troops,'; which have' left
this city to join those which are already in. the
two Calabrias will find these two province
entirely cleared of enemies and rebels.
, - . August 5: K
.About the end of the month, Marshal Mas
aena will be ready to set out for Calabria, to
put an end to the remains of the insurrection.
The English continue in possession of A
manthea, where they made good their first
About the same lime it is expected the
troops on their march through Apulia and
Basilicare w ill be able to form a junction with
Gen. Regnier. This reinforcement is reck
oned sufficient to drive the English out. of
their entrenchments near the Gulph of St.
JEupbemia. Among those who have unfortu
nately fallen a sacrifice to the insurgents, are
the nephew of M. Alquier, and the Bishop of
Cozenva. When Gaeta surrendered, 4 Eng
lish ships of the line, 4 frigates and a num
ber of brigs and gunboats, were lying in the
road. Tt .seemi to have been the Prince of
Hesse Philipstahl's determination to have
risked all tbe consequences of a storm, a
befoi-e"he was.wounded he ordered works to
be thrown upat the entrance of the street, a. id
provided them with cannon. Of this gallant
prince's reul situation we know but little ;
some accounts mention his perfect recovery,
while others insist upon bis death.
The flotilla .inder capt. Monte Major has
sailed for the Island of Capri, to attack the
English gun-bwats that cruize about that
Great numbers of troop set"'.it evry day '
far Calabria-' Marshal Mussena is to com-
;mnd this expedition, which is to consist of
Auju.t 4. .
The troubles which agitated the province
of S;derno for a momrm (thanks to the bra
very of the Cowican, and the intelligence of
Lieut. Cel. Galluao Dolleii) ars cutirely sup
pressed. iy a decree of the 31st cf July, the two
Calabrias are declared in a slate of war.
" All the civil and military eUihot iiics rre
to obey the orders, ord be accountable 'to
tlie'Commander in Chief of the Expedition.
" This General is authorised to appoint Mi
litary Commissions, whose sentences shall be
executed within twenty-four hours, without
The troops shall be maintained by the re
" The property of persons found guilty by
the Military tribunal, shall be confiscated.
" All the Convents, the M nks of which
shall not declare to the President, or the
next general, the names or such of their or
der as have taken at ms ; excited to rebellions,
or acted as spies for the enemy, shall be shut
up. 1 he monks 01 seventy years o!d shall
be sent toother'Conventsof the same order,
and the remainder banished the kingdom, or
rhpiully punished, if they cbntravti.e this or
der. " The property of tbe landed proprietors
who emigrated is confiscated, and they are
declared enemies to the State.
Any person who shall rrtalr. armitwen
tyfcur hours after the publication of an or
der fr delivering them up, shall be condemn
ed to death."
.Ceoertlt Grcnier, Verdier, and Mcrmet,
have maintained their reputation. Thry rre
served their position, and the English were
compelled to re-c mbark.
Cotrona and Hrfgio held out acsinst the
United force cf the rebels and Erglisb.
Marshal Masicra has set out for Calabria,
invested with full Jl wtrrri .' .'
CoKSTANTlSOPtf, July id.
A bedv '"c:f 36,oco niefl, difclpUrrd af
ler the Earopeta manner, lus been florV
prd on in march by the rcfolution sxfich
tbe janifLrift, in concrtt with tbe irha.
blunts of Adrtamplr, have tskrn to re.
fufe iben entrance into that city. Cut
this is rot all. After l ivirg (tnt away
.the commifTaiics cf the I'ortc, who liaJ
come thitber o prepare quarter!, the
jjnhTariH l.sve taken up armi, plactd arv
t Ptry on the rampsn, and made crry
difpofiionfora sigorotn refinance. The
wl.ole country, fiom Adriannple m tbe
Daru'jf, is in open infurrcltion It is
rot kt own what flcpiwill N taken by tl.e
rrxnmtndant of tbe difclplired trocpi.
Tlr waits the others rf rht Divan.
j It hsi been found Impracticable tn tet
,radr the fowh wine of the Capitol Tor
jbe rf f tirn of the Hmift bf Repttfents
I litre it the mrctirgf li e tafuins fefHoss
iff Gntrttt, TU obflacle bit beea the
lrf fnTb,lity of jettir-f, from a 'iny
;hlch admits the woikiojbut cf a Itmiicd
ivrr.ber f Landi, fo roan? tay Isrje
' Mocks of fleer whbouf a flaw, as writ
rtctfTary.ta tnI logetMr the hfM e4 he
column encirclinii h arts of ibe chim.
ler. Till this was fcmfptrsV the 4nof
cmthj t4 t pet on, and until his covet
ed In.'ihe plaiflctlrg of (he intrtier tin.
tot t-e lvn. ' Aftrffr'tHi AJ;"
I Ltti Whr& wit piefcrtr! in Of lie
' Ji cf Urtit.Biiu'n at ill leifi tf .O f
Aupifl, upon his being 'appointed one
of the commiflioners to meet their, excel
lencies Meffrs. Monro and Pinckney, thp
American amballador to fettle the differ
ences between the EnglTflrgovcinmeDfan
the United Statesi" , ' . ., -':. -
From the London Star.
,TO THE, EDITOR. ;. .
The following singular coincidencefl tnay
furnish matter for reflection to the curious.
It has been generally admitted, that the Ro
man Empire, after passing under seven dif
ferent forms of government, (or seven heads),
was divided into ten kingdoms in Europe,
(the ten hrn3 of Daniel and John) and that
notwilhstanding the various changes Europe
has undergone, the number of kingdoms was
generally about ten.
- It is not a little surprising, that the heads
of thifawilj of tfaptskoriy w ho has effected
such a change in the-same Empire, tretxad
ly seven, viz.
Joseph, Ring of Naples.
3, Louis, King of Holland. .. ,
5. Murat, Duke of Berg and Clevas. ;
6. Cardinal Fesch. -. . '
7. Beauharnois, adopted vn of Napoleon.
And also, that the members ofthenevtfedt
retign are just ten, viz-
. 1. Havana
" 7. Ifohenzollcrn
8. Arcmberg .
" It is also remaika'olr, that in the man's name
Napoleon Uuonaparte thercareprecisely three
limes 6 letters
NAPOI-E O.NIVUON APARTE
6 .6 6 666'
And in bis name is contained the name
given to John to the king of the Locu?ts,whoT
i called APOLEON 01 the Destroyer.
P1111. adt l.rin a, October If.
. Vre hare the pleasuro to state, that a do
mestic manufacture of Flannel from Ameri
can wool is commenced, And that the pro
duce of this new branch cf manufacture will
soon, be for sale at th Ware-house for the
sals of domestic manufactures, in South.
Several southern gentlemen have entered,
into engagements for the clothing of their la- -borers
with American manufactured coarse
linens, wco!i.ns; and !f.iipe.
It is remaikuble that the colours of our A-
rr.erican printed calictes are so much supe
rior to the Erglih,':is aduost to exclude the
latter from the rcrk ft.
A coniidrrab!c svj.ply of American linensv
of excellent quality, las been lately depoitd
at the domestic manufacture Ware-house
it is the produce of tlie sr il and industry of
Pennsylvania, frora beyond the Alleghany
Ilkle and they are; cheaper in quality and
quantity than anyGtrmati or other foreign
Captain Doanr, trV.o le.' Lisbon on tbe th ;
rf September, ii.f-rms, that Earl St. Vin
ceatts bad arrired t f ere with six sail of the
line and two fiigiuti. It was supposed he
came frr the purf .e of protecting the per
son and p trfnj nfthe Uritish subjects, in ;
ose Portugal wa-i 'mvrde I by a French anJ
.Spanish anry, r ich ws dsily .expected.
Dusiness wasdu! I, and freights low.
Etret rf ei lit' f from Xe;t-Orlrsrt, 1$
ye tim't'e haunt in DJi'mutt, dutcd Sept,
" We bate ne ws from ti e Attakapst, say.
ing it is rumo rrd bee that Col. Thomp
son has ordered the miliiia of this county, to
lc in rtadincsu and that crptain Iloycrbaa
brcn dcfea'rd fnd taken, and that major
Spaiks is driven back. It is certain, tha?
the bpanisk ai rily i oij the inarch this side of
We base s.tbowcvtr,reccivcdauthenlic
information, that; there hat been nocngige.
ineni. our n' in c rtpanurai were ojijeu 10
return across the Sbu river aram to rre
f a . m a . a . a
I serve tnrir hraltr, k tnat wtiie u.ey were
on this aiJ aV.ut three weeks, they lost SCO of
their men with tl ie feser ; and the'povtrnor
rf ibe murior of M(i'c, was c-ft- his way
with troops, and siben he ttrived they would
have an army of I or 6jco men, when ibty
will codcator to f tree a ssiigt to Ibis place.
Zxtrett tf 4 Ulttffitrw fti!trtiut tht It' t
cf ft0Mf, It fiU fntful in l'hiicdtlfhii, tb.
ni tht uh tf jjj, ie:c.
A Frtnch frigate fcss irrirfd at Trrl
?outb-Fit, with a very ttlusUe Prl'. an
Fast-India C'empany ilupbcvr.d from O
to rurope, fully atd rttbly ladritf we base
rot heard wbst be r ctrr,o wis cempoatd cf,
but it tooit be ImrrWnM, it the is a sb'p cf
1 100 tons, well armed and fmnlt tbe ftiyste
(tarryinf 4t'i(blrn pcjindrrs) dufirg fier
gUstt in4 a balf ( ibe m urarstrd f.em
her cor4M in a (she of wind V the nigsfc ind
privateer in t( snd la scaftb of tbe cihrr.
A Pithf lot being in uirpsry a ilorltlre
50, wbh icQiemarHed trto. waf stUd.way
bedidfjot" (alrewr Towbirhle veil
ed, he bsd iiVrn Ivt.thtt ibe ltUJt
snide it-t b a c ocf' utdtd mistb!ip, be wis
)tiVrihc rrcrssity ftf