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ecds not ; we shall not forget the" occasioii
' nor the perpetrator ofhie mVder-But, I
" intend not ta pronounce his funeral eulogy
. - 1 have far greater objects itt.Tiew . -i-.
, At the tiraethew things took plsce,r and fc
. vef since, th question has been irreiistibly
forcing itself upon us j'why hare we-, not a
': . navy to protect s against these or any other
" . ' outrages I But we hate navy t yes, we have
' the shadow and nothing but the shadow of
-'. ' one.; We hve wasted millions, sir, by reason
. ' of oureconotpjTr our txecisive econqmy, and
1 " ' ' millions more, we shall I fear, wastd by tho
.v same means, and still have.no efficient navy,
v : 5 ,'fwo question, are of rait importance to us
" shall wo have a navy I If so, shall we ' not in
' ' ? troduce a system of more energy, mote eTHcl-
; ency i to these questions, 1 call the atten
' , tion of the houe, '., It is now full time for us:
" , to, take4 a wide f ange1 of view far more Wide.
, than heretofore. It is time for us to explode;
" the narrow. ridiculousndThll'-desVoyiHg
armament,1 of the unimportance' of the other
side of the globe,' to this country. ;v lt,is tinie
tint we should be no longer the Scorn' oF'fo
. . reign nations ; that we should have athevyj
; .... : which from foreigners, and from the kicked
' wits of our wft country, should deserve a ti
. tie of more distinction than thai of the Lilli-1
- 'It is lime to chantre-your system with res
j - ' peel to foreign politics. ; Let me not be mis
1 understood : I anorove of the domestic bro-
r eedinga of the executive, and the general py
' . "cy. purmed. respecting foreign nations, 5 '. but
- - I consider a STSTKii of DtrtKcr. againttfo-
' .reign power, as most essential Jto ejiirwclfare,
to our existence m a nation. ; It is inbisfesr;
, pect t wtth." tHe systenvchlngedi tiet. us .no
Jonirer keen un the mere shadow of defence.
Let us have at "length : enough to command
out (Di cuvjeci musi vc touencu, irii in
qtntion be jikedA fhom shall this navy oji-
. pose "ana the answer at " rrajieev' 'V- r
. What h the news from Europe tTrussia is
1 fallens-she ha fallen unpitied.et' tpvered-
with imperishable gloi y-S?iiperio number,
, ' not superior cunning rruf intriguei destroyed
her. :On every sober principle of reason of. a-f
' nalogyjmual say that our turn is next. ; ;
' ' . . Prusiia was ordered, to give upa part of her.,
territory j so ae - we t and by whom i By a
pi)r known to bp under the immediate' con-
nol of i ranee.,,, 1 lie design that were held
gamii rrois.su, are the snnie that are anT
ere held against us. J-iUlc need be anj to
shsll ssy. nothing ,cf errtjuhdocoments ;
that h.ve gained celrbrity from ith'tir ltisciu
table secrecy. 1 shall say 'Bothipg. ofwhat
thev Contain--1 wish our rnasir Jthose e;
dulight to honor, the People, could aee th-we.
ojcumentsf coma txaiomo una jucige . ior
- It isCoir business to prosecute, this pystem,
of defence- We; not the Executive, h M tKi'
' purie-string6f the tiation-fc the world witll
- 1 ' L 1. 9 . .,. 1.
what a li.isei'y convuliiva grap we IvjiJ
' them. ' ' ,
It 'u tine to be-in a of pre;iftration
4 toorgr.iz- a genera item of national de'
fence. Life and Dealh are before ih -I I'lve
saiJ I rejit. it in our turn tickt I can
prove It If I fail to do sov I will defend
K no I will cot go. down, hill-! win ascend'
te mingle with the sorereign peopie-r4(-were'
vain to secure this'ceilingi. or,, propthese .
. walls, if the Y4t ocean, rolled not- betweciv'
J ; Franc and u- these walls would att ten.
titaesmpre than ten times es 'lopg asour
repubfxan system.' . cT"::.. ' '
'It is lime to prepare for TnilUary defunct ,
'1 to srmy I am no friend to Internal tSxes," to
national debts, tior to foreign engagements ;
but I must go as far as Our safety requires.'
We pave an overflowing treasury, or.e sith
srhich we purchase empires, yet our country'
i defenceless. . We nave less defence than
had the jepublic,Jof rjafjua w)(Va ieacat
"v iif twenty miles and 183.000 souls." f Apropos
' . ef llasrusar she was :helstt-if the 'littln rs.'
; publics of th old worl J Did she t'onipire a-
; ; pmw j ranee I Io simple, indtnois, un
; , ambitious, she for ages enjoyed the Hess'ngs
: , of self tro'crnment The. j'rrkW-occupied
her territory, and now where is site ? I 'again '
repeat -that toothing but our Temoieriss pre
lerves our national Independence 1 single
' Lour. ' h .1 1 ...',' jr, '(!'
I have, sir, tike Ejish of old, waited Ion y
that other men might slee;Vl hsd hoped or.
- thers would have brought forward this subject.
rl.esnwait no longer -.Vl-i; j,t '
Vl'he present is an age of wonders t lA proof
, Wtt let it be remarked, since wecsme iqto
these walla," we have pavstd a resolution, rc.
frrin.to select tommittee so 'muclv of the 1
rrfident'a mcssaire as relate to $ turpfa$
rc;enue, whilitpy r country U in a dcfehcelcs
If you could call old Solomon from ,th
' " vasty deep," give hirrt k seat in this htUse,
' lerrhorial seat, with the fight to debate,
' but not to vote, the first thing he' ould do,
- would be to move you, to strike out from the:
. Bible so much of his own writing as lays,
M there is nothing new under the sun.". Wfi
1 ; had already a committee of Ways and Me'sni.
"We have now committee of Ways k Means,
"No 3 the one to devis'e wsys and means to
provide 1 the other to expend I can easily
poftrtj'Tor'the ;1at eommiueh '1o' a suitable
ubjett tRsr need ntt 11 ' fr for objects f
txperi'llture, let them defend their Country,
The who think wt are fe, fngniput ur.
bounded confidence in Providence i must la
very rcliirus iaderd We r not salt, end
le who tliinks weare, ought to howl it to
the wind arid the' woods f tiut' to ratior.al
creatures. It is idle, it is inrcitenaLle to
ttiokofsa:ty m we now rei '
Mr. lUlol tnenHve notice thaton Tuesdar (l
next week, he should offcflo the house, a se- I
ns oi rcfvjHi' ixibutc iu me ustv esta- .ir
taisliment, lor Anew anc.more euicient sji-' It
tenujbf . preparing and organising other de
fensive measures, relative to our c6mmcrce(
seamen, harbours, coasts, frontiers, &c, ' "
BALTIMORE, D?cV 32 i;
It Is now very generally believed, that our .
te J all the points of difference and comrrfaknT
against Great-uritain, . excepting only that
' Which relates to impressments from on board
American vessels.- .' Seme difficulties, In re- ,
sttriciing thiapractice, had occurred 1 but it ,
was confidently believed, that these wouldf
soon be removed, ''v '.U " -r ' ' ;
Extract of a letter from lohn Gavlno, tsqire, 1
consul of th United States at Gibral'er, to
; the secretary of state, date, 4th October,! 3
r The restraint on Tabacco from the Vhft v
'tiited States continues k thjs port a,nd jhaf Ht
verset Several voyages, by which our, Uier-"
. chants in America' f HI be copsiderable .ut.T
On this aubiect.' we have been favoured
with the perusal of several letters from Tri
nidad, which implicitly contradicts the ex
tract published in our paper of the 6th insU
Uneof these letters, dated Npv., 1.6, gives
more satisfactory, and, we , Believe,'' correct;'
statement of the" situation and brospects of''
wiiranua ana 1111 uiociaics, iuao any vmcr n
we have lately
seen... Front this we ere per-' 1
v; 'fiGeneral Miranda arrived hefe on the th.
Instant,' in the ' MetvilTsr sloop 0f ,ari iron
Barbadofci: From the present stale of affairs,
ft is probable he will remain here sosnt time ,
at leastrjunulje hear the result of sotner:
d'udatchcs lent to! "England, in' Scpteniberi
from the island of Arubai These dispatches !
were conve ted to government by the shooner-
Pickle, the tturn of which may be looked :
for some time in December. It i possible,
howiver, the expedition may be again put in
motion sooner, than is now generally expect
ed. This idea Is derived fom the" strong ap-T
pe&farice of several secret 'expeditions preps
rinfby the. British P governmeiitcne of
whicp,particularlyj appears tobf destined 9-
'guinst the West-Indies. It it the opinion of Uif '
moit'respettiblc rriicn here, that those troops
are intended, either to conquer the Caraccas,
or to co-operate' irdmcdiatsly In the pistil "of
itirnersl Miranda. Wltiii of thetwo, a lit
tle im'will discover. Had the English given
him one or two regiments o( regnlar troops ,
Tie addition to the havaf force etr ployed in the ;
. attempt, it would have saved much trouble
sfui 'expenee, " and, general Miranda ;w6uld
-1 mm.. iw iw-piifwriht-i.l. I
h full pmseis:on r.f tint oppressed ctuatry.;
Th n.i:i.,h hae (throtiRh a bad look out);
permitted a brifr Irom GuaJaloure to Und one.
hundred an-ieifchfy trench soluitisat Lagui
tf. A French Frigate and two brijs, a few .
days since, arrivtd at Martinique with two'
hundred soldiers. "Tbis is said tobepartf
? a squadron from R6chefurtr eoniatinKorigi
ginnlly of S lrigatea arid three brigs, with two
thousand troops, bound to Martinique 1 but .
Intended, no doubt, -for. the Spanish maive,
.The other 4 frigates with tBgo troops, are
reported to hsve been captured, shortly after ,
they left Rochcfort, by sir Sumuel ,IIooa'
jiqusdrani " !, !v ': ;: ' " .f. , . . v
,w General Mirahda, prevtou to1 his leav- i
ing Barbadoes sent col. count de Jlovray to ,
England with dispatches for the Britiah go-
vernment, which irnut at all events,oroduce .
'hnhe coarse of two months from this time,.
a aenn.uvc antwer on ine suojecici land Ion .
ces, 'Without these, he cannot succeed.' It .
Is very evident, that, however' desirous the
people of South America mafia to sliaVe'
off the yoke pf .oppression," under which'
they ihsve laboured" tor rn any yearn and,
join the standard of 'Mirsnda' in the cause o,f
liberty, yet they would consider tbat in thee
vent oLhis being obliged,' for want bfsufficl.
rent land force, to leave the country a sccdmf
time, they would te .compelled either to a-
bJndon their property, and embark with him,.
r hazard the sacrlnce of their lives, and con
fiscajlon of their, estates. These are serious
Connidcralionsi which, under tinular circura
stances, must nstUrsfly govern men in all
coiaties. . TJieifclavie rather, to endure ihY
evils of oppression,, than to risk their, lives,
and the support to wVich their wives'and ehil
dreo have; heea accustomed. 'Show them '
ttha these are secure, and they will embrace
the proffered freedom, r jtappears'.thtrtfore', "
that 4 greater land force is now required to e '
stsblish confidince' with the people, t!,sn It ;
was supposed necessary, or even proper, to
employ n the early tge of the entcrprue. '
kGenefaI Miranda has received letter
londorl, from sir.ljomo J'opham at Buenoe
Ayres, the substance of which I canuot coia- '
municate toyeu,' ( . ;.v.;. , i,H;..!-ym:.-t , ;
.. . . ' ,' " December 3 V,-; 1
. ' IMrORTANT. - ;?
Eutnti f rrtt tttaktn. .Mr. Hall a paitien
grr in Ihe.irig Adeline, capu Wickbam, 18
days from Ilavsna, ha sent us front Cres-l
end Day.'the following important intelligence i-
; " .'. . v. r. 1, vj(.
" Two or tliree day previou to the tailing
of the Ait liue, news wss received from I'ana- r
rot, atatinj; that account bad just be'a- ra-.
ceifed theie'(the SOtlt of October) of the
csrit'stor Buixo Atrii, on the 6th f
An iit, by a naral commander, named Don
St. Jaja Le Niar, at tbi beadef 1 500 groups, ,
and 3 or 00-vo1untji;ers ; that they had killed
about 50(5 and took about Lnglisbmeu
prisoner, luwiumiis . . j,
manuer. .tuney, ana i numwr
I i tie opanisn irouj wi v" 'i' -i .
Kand were carried up the river about 3 mile -
N. W. of Buenos Ayres, to ttieTtvervoue
bos, . in launches and fcitull esSel. tit ap-
ucared to have been an cnterpme bfUs xair
and his tollowers unknown to iuo sinii-
vernment, . . . i
V. The accounti ree'eived at the Ha
vana thake po mention of the English ship
TR03I LEGI1QR2. .
t a awn tmin wno arnrcu iuicw-ivi.
from Leghorn, gives the foUowing sketch of
politkalftair. in Italy
V f aWna liad nassed Monletcone,s and
Verdier was at Cataryoro. It was expected
'tht the advanced guard ofthe French artny
had arrived at Rrggio.- v r r , K
f The Frenth had passed theTorkisli do
minions and entered Racusa 'with 6000 men ? '
minions and entered Ragusa wilh
general Lafiristott had arrived by( water in
smau vesseu .--t,-t. , .t
, The Montenetrrins had retired with the
.booty they had collected, and refused to join
tne Kussians again. I ne lauer naa oecu rc-.
pulsed in thefr attack of. a fort near the Bocca
di Cattaro witn tb losa 01 sw men Aami
ral enaren was still off Cattaro, and had
twice refused to; give it up. The Russian ar
'Ttty liad tt tired V to (that vicinity iiFrench
troops from the Black sta wredaily expect-
1 ed at the Seven Islands. Xr.
j ' Sir Sidney Smith has returned to Messl-
Jordan had returned ta Paris. ' 600 Polacks
, had arrived .at Capria and of the 18,000
men ordered for Naples only $000, were pef-'
. muted, togo. 1 In Naples executions were
common, and sesreely a day passed without 5
. or six persoas ocing put to oeam; wnicn n-
duced several of the first families there to go 1
to ome.-C' :- ': - 'vri
; A bastlda atMalta had. been destroyed
by J,he explosion of a magazine. : This acci-
dent happened during a paradej and 600 per-
sodslost their lives chiefly soldiers. , Part
f Clin fawn was damaged, and much nroDet-
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. : vTUESDAY,'JANUAUY , lior,
:vi'-;t Latest Foreign News.
. : ..: .: r a - -1 -:v.
r'y.'W'iW- 4'-CiutwaTol,- Deei If. V
By the arrival Qf the Sip Portland, CapU
CallendcrJn'45 days from Bourdeanx, we
hvp, accounts tip to the 7lh November. t All
thejpapers subsequent to the battle of the Uth
.0ctober, are fi!led with bulletins cf the Grand
f,pccinncn of the whole. Ko reul information
can Le obtained from theru j ti e Cdlcurin is
to ro-u-sei and dccjily laid on, that the whole
subject is enveloped in uncertainty.' The
Prussian troop. Ihaving evaciiatad Cerlinl 1
liiionspane enicrea mat cr.y on the 31st Oc-,
' tober without opposition , ; - ; ,
; The nstml activity of Buonaparle pervades
his prepaartions ,verconsiderable reinftrce-,
ment are on their war to the Grand Arm t'
', Gen. iSeras has crosaed the Tyrol with an ar.-
my or iu,uuo uom ualmatia, and is on his
'march lo Saxony.. Gen. Dcroi, at tl.e bead
of ?o,00a Bavarians, . has1 psi ted through '
Crctiath, and teveral other corps from the
interior of France, are on their march to the
theatre of the way. The Fre'nch army.of re.
' serve hss left Frankfort, for the seat cf war,
ar.d the irrny of the ! north has commenced
It operations k penetrated into Westnhalia.
Aucruieyaiiieoi me itin uct. the t rench
troop ocrnpied Weimar and the neighbour
hood, od Leipaie Wat likewiaein their po
session, y capitulation. On the 16th Oct.
the Fj-ench army ef 100,000 men,' defiled
throwgh Urfurt ; the greatest part marched
"fowaria Cotha and Laugensalt. 'The few
French troops which had been left In Leipsic
VS. , Tk"? 7 'e f "",ttP,rm-
l du The Fruasisn troop, which formed
. . r
the garrison of Lcipsie havehcen sent heme
furnished wilh past ports. " " ! ,
' rlt Is laid tbat Gotha and Latmni.1: I....
fallen into the hsndsof the French aftcrarf '
eagagemrni in me neighbourhood. ,
, siAn article dated Haeue 23d October, s's vs.'
. since Ue return of Baron Jacohl, the Prussian 1
-inier io ainoonj ne s.ooii ol 1,-James
Hii.ier aoncon, vie of StW.meS
basjgiven to the Ring fcf Prusa.it, a sbbsldy
of three mifl.onWterhng.t;---,
PARIS; October k."
The fotrowirig Letter to the King of Prui.
't wtI "tried ty captain Monttsquio'u, who
et out front Cera on the IJtb of October,
1806, at 10 o'clock' A. M.'and arrired at, tbe '
camp of General Hohenlohe , ! at four, f , M. .
Gen. Ilohenlohe detained that officer . ant
:took'-fronk Mm thfc letter he was the beares .
ofi. Tbe army ar the King of Prtmla was
leagues farthei; back, This Piince then
ought tohave received the IcUer pf the Em-"
peror at the latest, fl in the evening,', The y
fcasure, however flint he ntttr received it'
before the Uth at 9 In the morning that j;
to say; when they bag already began io fight.
' It Is likewise reported thst the ipg(of,
Prussia then saids" Jf this eUer,had ar-
rived opnef, perhaps we would not have'
fought; but the heads of those young ,'men'J
iica in aucn a manner, that iMhete bM .
lftAa ... J . j. ' - a .
7t,cr"7 any menuon ol peace, 1 coulu
not have brought, hack to Berlin one third
rrtof wyrmy.H ... ,fJ , , r
" , Sin mt Brother,
" 1 II AVE only Veceived, "on tbi Tih, the
letter .of your Majesty of the 2sth of Sept,,
' t am sorry that j w have beetMnadc to sign -7
that kind. of pamphlet? I anawef it oaly. tw
ttf'otet.a.you, that I shall never attrihjite to A
your lVIajc.y the things jt,onuined therein i'
ail are . contrary, to your character and ther . '
honp.ur. ct both. I pity nd. Jespise- the, wri-; -.-I
,ttri of .such a work,;'! have, received, lm ..'-
xnediattly after the noteucf yow tnjnister 01 . .
the 1st of Optoher. .You have given me v .
fendexvouafor the 8th, & as a s-ajiant Knight,';'1
I have kept mywordj I am in the heart of Sax- ' ;
qny'.,. May your Majesty believe ipe,I bare
such forces that;? with all your's. you CAnnof V
lone'contendrlth.me for victory ,ri,vv-i-v.;
, But why ah ,ould we
t end i-lshall holdthe
EfUgo to f w, that I have held to
But why should we sneu so mutn bjooa t
guage to you, that I have held to me tnipe- j
ror Alexander two days before the battle of i
ther sold pr iiostical, greater eneroiestoyour! a,--, '.
self, and to your reign than rt!iey are to n-4
and my nation, hadgiyen the same counsels 7' ' i(:
to produce' the same result. 2ly ' 5 p V ;
"""vif, I.have been your friend for these aix Ai . .'(
years' I am Bot'w.iMinf to profit by this ylr,:
tigo .yvfiich gives 'lha 'ttppu' to."yoor couiW:'j.'i4 ii
cils and which hM made yo commit political 4 '
,ertors, at which Europe is. -yet astonished i . 4 . ;
and military error', the enormity of which s
Europe will soon .resound. If you hadaske0- v
have granted themyou have atked rhy dia
honour you mtglit liave been cjexOun of my
answer - You-have then waged war againstf
me J.he alliance is broken forever. , -, . ,
But why should we have our subjects butch
ered ? I do not value a victory purchased by
the live of a number of my children. If I
were just enterirtg- thf military iarer, and if
I could fear the chances of combats, this lanV
guage might be misplaced." Sir," your Ma
jesty shall he vanquiahed iyou will have
cemroittasl to hatard the tranquility of your
existence of vour subiect wiihoue "-
''the: sNadow of a pretext. 'You are as yetuh-
touched, and can treat with me in a manner-
conformable' td yotfr' rank. ." Before a montlt
hs pasted away, y6d will ffeat Ih a different '
slttation -you have Suffered yourself to be ic
Jl ,taJP" D7 wrauutiona that were calculated
j . . . . .
anaariiuuy prcpareu. ;iou nave ouen tela.
me thatN'you had rendered me some services j '1 ' ,
, wejj 1 1 am willing to give you jhe greatest ', -
prof ofmy gratitude. Yen have yet in youi? : '
.porcr ta anatcn your subjects Irom the rava-.
gcfhnd calamities cf war it haa scarcely be'
gua ; jrott may terminate it, and thereby do ;' .V '
a thing grateful to all Europe. i J ; , : : ' 3 ,- '
J If you listen . to those frantic men who, 1 4 ;" ' " '
years ago wanted to Uke Paris, and who now .". .
have 'eMbarked you In a war, and immedt ' , '
, atety after id offensive plan equally inconceiv-' -r1 .
able, you will do your people an injury which ! '
the; rest of your life "'cannot amend; .''Sir ':;
have nothmg to g&in'sgainst your Majesty ; "
I wish nothing nor did I ever with any thin
from you ; the prcsrrt veer is i fr-v,:'r, J
feel t!iit I am I 'i! . :rri:M,., -.; l si, : r,
a certain sue pibil.ty natural iotti ry kJvc
rcign; but the preset circuii.Marces allow cf
no spRninga-1 I tell you things just as I think
them, iy -x: m . , :' ; ,
t Besides? your Majesty, gave me leave t, , ?"
.y.; thst it is no great discovery for Europe4'. ,
to learn that Frsnce is three tiines more po- 4
.pulonaa brave k as warlike as the dorcfal.1 . !
'ens of ygur Majesty.., I have given you no
resreause for war. Order thi twarrfi cf e- :
vil minded and inconsiderate mith toh'a bev l
fore your throne, in thst respectful silenca j
that is due to you j I restore trnquility in your' ; V
,o rtt as in your dominions. , If you ne-'
ver agaW find in. me an ally, you trill find " ' "
rosn'desirous cf only making vara when in"" ,?"
dispensably hecasssry to Sfce-polky ofmy peo-7 . -
pie, and not to shed blood in a contest with' -
sovereigns who have with me no opposltioa '
of industry, commerce and policy. ' 'w
pray your majesty to see in this letter V -ndthmg
but the desire that I have of spmieg 4 ' : ,
the blood of men, and to witbold from a rati. : ' ' '
onthkt geographically cannot be at enmity .
whh'mine,thebitterrf gretsof havingtoomucb ' " s
J ti,ed J-Ulmed so eas'dy among the people.'
i Iprsy to God. Sir.mr Broken tok'
Kciucraiaemiments tost are ex
you tit hlshcly and sscrcd keepine. r.
(Signed) y .. , , . . NAPOLEOK. C
I mjlmperui! Cam) eCeraf Vith Oct. 1 80.
-mi 'if .... : ' :
1 Ihii rthttt to a teittr ft "iA" Jr7" r
U.rtnlj, ,hi King ht, not ttai 'or HnVr.t 1
. ' Wt tcnct prmt 'it bttcu,, ntrf thih f
;w ih!p,Mco,p6JeZ; , 1
i w puiHttn ,nat or n,t Jlajtttj, it h bttovtt '
many topitt of it hoi$,g Utn printtdat thi hud- .
juarttrs of ihf TrUaatu, mhn$ it tt found t '
rer, tteut acfy cf it cam la our hatdi- '
'?i.oteof tbo Moniteur.M f ' t i ! ; . ;
;14tli Buneth of ;hc Grand Armjvi
' '' ! W-2VI806.'7
-'Marshal Dsvoust arrived on the 10th, at' ,
Wirtemberg,' and inrpriiedthe bridge ever ,
the Elbe at the moment thai the enemy had'
rtit on fire.- ' . ; t ' , ,
' -Morshsl Lanne !s at Dtstsui thV bridge '
'was tnirned and-the Marshal bas act men at ,r
.wwk t rebuild h. ' : -' . - ; . . .
The Marquis of Lwcchesinf presented himl
jkllf at the advanced post of our krmy, whh
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