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- NE W-YORKr Jan.: ai.H :;
Lift evening, the (hip Cato, Captain
fjoit, arrived at thU port in 50 day from
Liverpool.; - This arriyat -turpjQtes;- us
with news nearly a month -later than be
for rcnVed, ! To captain. Coit iwe aro
indebted for Loudon paper to: December
6, irtalufivc. ) We bm only tiaao tq give
the leading article, which with the tna
sine intelligence from. Lloyd's Liijt, &cv
ttakeathisay'a Gaiette highly tuterett-
The London paper conjain the French
Bulletin down to- the itihf number, the
lalt ' being dated hi Berlin, No a, jfeem
thefe it appear that M agdebure, Stettin,
Cuilrin, and Spandau, have fallen into)
thaadrtnheFrencHP and the whole
PruiBah army dtfperfed, after al. fcries of;
ft ins tougnt Dattua. r Magaewrgj wiw a
' garrifoo of 000,003 men,1 capitulated on
the 8rh of "November. ''MuU - a. io ;).'.
The Duke of Brunfwick died, jot hU
" wound. (rr4..?r:t;-.:-'-;;
" On the 11 of Not. trie:head.juartertf
MirflTal criiadotte were at Lubeck On
the fame day general Berthier gave notice.
" -.. , .1 IX - C? : 1 . -rr
tnat au tvuman ana owcaun ,uup ,JMj.
there mi At take their departure unmol
ted. One EnglifoJhip only wa at Lu
beck when it. was taken, by alTault j the
- captain' and three feanaen-of which were.
killed." ' -
. On the loth the French toot poffeffion
- of : Hanover, ' under the "command of
-ThV fortrcf of Hulmti' In the Elec'
torate of - Hanoyeft capitulated onstht Mtb
' inll. ' 1 1 furrendereil to the King of Hal-
, On -the iah. the D.ichy. 6i Oldenburg
v was taken ;poiTe(&ao of, for, the, lying or
HolUnd bv Bataviaji trbobv'H-!rV.
The sfl5cial account, of the Capture of.
Hamburg" by1 tttfc French wa communi
cated fo Cts LoH Mayor of London by Vif
coon) if Jv ick' oti the 29th ;ef. H-. . By
thir,' thy entered that city wiirt a corps
. Un jcr Gsneril M r,tier" ori- the gth '" of
' - iiuiit nil IIJM1U , IIUn.UJ OH Wll ui-
cated and the tngUIhmch held tilldiu
pjcd of by Buonaparte.. - Great uneafi.
ntfi In lEMindfStocks felL ' : ' ." '
A letter frorn Hicnbari! ftatev rii
Buoaopar.te hd demanded, that tho Arth
' D;ike Cbarles (hair reiign hSs command.
- aid inat tit& A(lrtaa army Ihouul vjtth
draw from th front ierit r . .
Hamburg arrived, tjjij .morjvjng He hs
brought the intcljigence of all-the JkiiilK
Merchants n Hamburg having been dc-
cfed by -Buonaparte prifoners of wjri I
. Extract of a letter Irom Yarmouth, daUd
, ; ; 'vvv dec.' e, i8o6.:v .:-y '
We have juft' wme to inform you of.
ctof arrival here ffm HimbargV which
we Were oblfged tb; leave at a moment'
. EotiJci after decree mining all the Eng-
liflt Scre nrlfneri of -ar.' , ' ' ,
- BuonaparieV laft "proclamation III to
; thii clTea jVTbat Britifli property of
i' every 'Vlefcriotion is to be coofifcated
England t declared (0 be' in a ilate of
' blockade ani all Brhifll' fubjccil, who
rny beTound in the countries occupied by
the French, ate declared to be priloners of
, . H.iiW left AWona at half , pill three o.
clock on thc?6tbu)t. Four or five thoufand
FrencMefr HamSurg the day before ; they
went through the Steia .Gate (the rosal to
LtfiVck '; iheirdedlnation was not known.
The Britiftx faaory had beea arreft
. ed.Vuf Wai afterwards liberated' on pa
" oV; and, it wat'td be hoped, would ef
fe3 a cotrpro;nife with the French.' '
V. It . il .reported that the merchants and
. ethers made prifoncrs at Hamburg, have
.been arretted, and marched, prifonera to
Verdun, " . ' y i . -.;..
have, been publ'Jastt under tbe fandipn of
Mmilters, Whether this -ramphret ind
that mol tiptehenGbla publicatiaa which
the fbaiiea fenr forth upon their coming,
inter power have proceeded from the tame
pen, we. kqovi rot-e .'think not but
thfTC it a'fimilarity between t)te feati
meatsfr 4oth. leprefent the, ne w mi niScq
as having fuccoeded t,a wft?d collate, a
iaHfhed inheritance t from which wafted
tSate bewe ver, be it rtnfarked,they have
contrifed to raifo tolerable Urge jfami .t.of
negociatn a IpaAQf ,lo. tniiiiona apon lefal
tiun c per cent, intereft. and to add nsar
Jy I eight millions to. the tales already cx-'"-3?
E?y5' 'apfike4 the'
ot lowing porteniov . tuvenuemeni i
iurniUia avuadtjt matter 8r rcHsao
;j TO, THE PtOftlO? lNGtADi i
li npyr ihathe real corifiA the JbiV
rati or mlitortunM of our aflies tia6 loll
aty thWtyrorks.The war is now at the
foot Vof , oiir walUYoar ' nationar "US'
fou'rees are eaoai to' the peril of yror fit
uation, if you fail not of your ' national
courage; ! oa have ' Minirterl who are
worthy 'of being at the head of 'factrta
tionGive them your coafidence7yolir full
confidence Harrafs them not by a peirou-
cious oppofition to facrifices that mull be
iiiaacnppcai not 10 iae nriuneis 01
rout Conilitution. ' .There are' times,' faid
tbernoft )ipui and moll wile of KooYaes
tjrhen the ftatutee of the TGoJsi'iouft4 -be
veiled Tha return of Peace will recall
every thing to, itf riht ' channdi; .T.i?
We have reafon to believe'that the ye-
' ; One af theficfX militarj powers of Ku.
rpi yrho lately dared, to propota to us .
a fhameful. caoitulatibo.' U annihilated.-
I The foreRs and deiles of-Franconia, Jhe
541 and the Elbe, which oaf fore-fathcri
would pot have crofled Id feven yean, we;'",
havp.ctoned inTeVen dayi, and fought in
the interval four engagements and a great
battle. AVe have preceded at Poifdaih.
and Beil'ii the renown of otif Vi&orie.
. We have made 60.000 prifoner,- taken
05 itauuara i .;oiuurs amongu which aro
; thofe of" the king of PrulTia'j eaardt, lo
pieces ot cannon, 3 tortrellea, and upwards, V
fl , aq eenerait. . Neyerihcieia, mote t ban
one half of yon regret not to have fired s
mulket (hot.' AH the proviecet of thf
Vuffian monarchy, al far ti the Oder, are
L U our power, - 'yf:.'-'l
; Soldier, tha Rufiiifis Miu nf eomin?
to ws. ' We will match to, meet them, and.1
thus fyr,e tbcm half of the road they
fhall again find Auftertttt in the heart of
PrufiTa. : A nation which has 9 foon fori,,
gotten th' generofity we (hewed it after.;
thr battle In which hi Emperor; conrt
ind the wrecks of ita army, were emly
indexed for their fafely tot the capirulatioor
we granted ihem, is anatioo-whixh caA
.noti fiiccefafully vop with us. .-fi 't i.v;;'.
::44cverthileG, whilA we majraH to meet
the Rulfians,.'.MW armies, lorrned ionihe...
jinterior of, the empire. t coma to takr otf U.
place, in order j keep our conquefts .
,My whole people have tifep, indignant, at,
i the unworthy capitulation which the Pruf-1
fun miniftcra, ' tbcit aeUrhtm ptopvfed
to us. Our roads and frontier towns are ,
full f coqferipis, wh4 burn te mrch in.'
Uur'footfteoi. Wt villi btMJtVltf vJke
I ffrrttf- a trwfortui iuut ti cue- tcxZi
ort to which we a-ludeJ yefterdavV of 'he
egociat ton ' with Amenca having taken II; not lay dtvtr tur trms.. until uttbMt
uniayoraoie turn w weu itmnaca- ih h chiujb, mat tteruai mm r.?
. nattM, U rtniunn tbt jcbtmt 9fdiflnrhS
ith Cmt 'tntnti tndtht tyranny of tb Jam,
Jioidiers 1 1 canooLi nctter exprt', to, ,
you thai fentimenta . I. entertain, tor,
than by-telling you that I bear ip tny
heart thai love you daily fheit me, ; '
- from out1, Imperial Camp ' 'at Poltlam
tb of Oaobar, 180& By ordic of th
KmMOt::ii,.iit i'r VP- 'i '
-5 - -NAPOLEON. .
A Gottenburg Mail arriral this morn
log with' the following Important intellU
gence. which we hoj will prove true t ;
GOTTENBURGll, Nov.. 30.' .
? A Ruffian courier has juft arrived in to
iiys from 5t. Peterfburgh; he reports
that there had been an adlion between tha
;T refich and Ruflisni, in which ths latter
, t.v cre conpI-ely victorious be could not
learn any particulars. ' . .
. . -t " December t. ,
. A captain of a (hip. juft, arrived from
. Elfineur, repons, that when ha left U ac
counts were received that an a&ion bad
''taken placa between, the Rafliana and:
' French, in tha neighborhood of Pcfen, In
- which the latter were defeated with great
(laughter. , The RulTisn army cjnfifted of
lao.aoo men the French but of 60,000.
"" A fhiuhaJ arrived at Elfineur In 3 days
from Stettin, the captain of which faw
19 wsggoni full bfweuk.ed French coter
. teiUn . - . ' , " ' ' ' :
The details of the prorifs and urtni
Allien of iho late Drjojlauoa with Franco
There it-no pretence for faying that this
Country has! 'evinced. lewarda: America a'
haughty, cjr,yibendingfpjrir.far from- it.
1 i ne acian or inc neKociauon, we oouer-
lland, will ftew that every thing was done
ot) our. part that CouH be done with either
fafety or honor to adjuiiihe diffcrencea with!
America. Notwiihftanding, the infuhing
language ofpj.towajds tjiij couotry-nof.'
withfiandtng the paf&og of the tfop-inv -port
at ion Bill, :we ftill fiewejlytfyery. Aifc
pofltion to pireferve, peace.. 7 I - v
i. But it cannot for a monxnt be fuppofed
that our anxiety for peace originated iu any
dread of war. It was becauXa w,e could
not dread a conteft with America, ihat we;
(hewed a greater difpoution to moderation
and coficeflion for we were fure our mo.
deration could not be- miilaken lor mean.',
ntfj,"oor. our T difpofitlon lo.xonccde be
fuppofed to proceed from a principle of ,
fact.v:;t -?.-f..-.r. .lr
- ?: - ' Wi OMTocas " )
3 her'Ct. C'hi. '3 per C c Reduced
5, Omniiim l 1 ptem. . ' ;-v -'
V GREENOcW NoyeTibir.;is. '"' 1
It ii. Hated in the Dutch papers, that :
Micdcburc' where - much trcafjro ha L
been collected, in Order to le lent off tc
this eotititry, had been' obliged to.papuu-
late to Gen NeyJ , - . ,1
In the aith bulletin a threat Is thrown
out, that tngiand win, ne; compelled to.
make peace t while France will extend
her federative fyftem tn more dates and
coaft The French, according to the x$ h
bulletin. art alrildy is rolarid,and lemma
Buonaparte, head a the Bavarian and Wit-'
tcmburg troops, on an expedition again (I
Sileda.' ' ' "; ' ' '' -
Thej RufHan arm? ra faid to bava
halted at Briflaw, In confequenca qK the ,
defeat of the rruQam, and-the advance
of the French. -f : . ', -,
Wa have given a copy, of tU procla
mation of Buonaparte, addrefTed to, his
victorious army, which was bnefly men
ironed at tha end of the 1 atft bul
letin itt threatens England ia .the ufual
fllte. - ' '
General Hutclilnfon, Colenels. Hutch-
infonHervey, Euflan, and Sir Robert
W.illon all neroes, of Effpl, embarked
on Sunday at Yarmouth,- ftr the PrulTian
head-quarters, wherever they may- be
I found. . ......
The Election for Wrnmlnfler ts cibtc-a
l! Slate, of the pollSir H. Hood; 5478
Mr. bneridan, 4i5 Mr. raoi, 4401,
Mr. Mellifh and Mr. Byngara returned
for Middlefex. . : . .
5 c .
Prpclapiaiion of J ht Emperor and
SoLDiias I You have jufti fed my.
expedatioDi, and worthily anferei the
conhdeuca ol tha trench, people Tou
have fupported privations and fatigues
with as much courige, as you have (hewn
intrip'ulity and coolnefi in the midlt of
combats. Yqu are the worth defender!
of the , boner, of my crown, and of the
grcaf people 1 . u long at you art ardmat-.
id with this Iplcit, nothing will be. able to
wlthland you The cavalry hate vied.
wliK tha. (nfantry and artillery j I, no
longer know which part of the army to
ttve the' preference to You are all cood
(oldlerl-Thcfc axo the fctbUi el eat la
Rear. Admiral. Douglai haa edficlallt,
notified to tha merchant l apd fhip-owners
at IlU, that no mor convoys, yilL bo,
granted, to the. Elba 0 .Wfct ua Iwr-.
tier. Rptice.n, w:7':N' JI.;-r;'-;;,
"A etter from Semite, dated Oftober $
fayat-r" After the battle of the tab , of
Sepmberj -near Miprovatt; tha Ottoman
troops sbandcnolNiflji,! and retreaaad by
Cibit to Somkal, fheVe they ralliadi -Cietnt
George nurrucd-ihem. ril!u.lhe
renter of bis arrajr while, the right made
a circuit to tlofc the. rneaiyr retreat and.
the left remained In1 ita? pofmon to watch.
PalTwaii Oglou, who had polled himftlf
at NilTa. On the loth, lira Turks ad
vanced from, Spmkai. to meet tho infur-.
fenti, apd a Jfmart engagement of fever al
ours dm at ion, took plapc, 'he re full of
which was again, favorable 16 the Set via n
The Tutks were beaten bark lire league,
and the two parties remained qujet to the,
14th, on' which Ibrahim Palps, whh.'a
full of 6ft. man, went to. the Servian
head.qiiarters at .Sorokj) ( - and. after" a
negoctaiion of three hours, concluded an
rtniftice for fit weeks- with Cxtrni
George, that, interval of time being fpeci,
fied for the purpofc of enter in a into oa
Kociationt for a general peaee, and I bra- -
hw i alba pledging aimfcjf tQ exert ail
Ids intcrcil with the Porte, , to obain for
the Servians the btr pofSble conditions.
. On' the .fame day, Czeroi George. Cet out
for Semendria and held-a Council clWax,
of the deterxni nation i which we have
not been informed; andontki fame even.
:ng, - i Courier from Ccnftandnopla
bioutht Ibrahim Pafbaan order from Abe
Gtand Serf oiour . to fufpend hotlilities, ;
,&lbrahim rnconfefiueacefetout pelt day,
ea- e a a a '
tor tne Servian reau-nusners, wnere not
finding the Genera), he Cent fame of his
guards, ' accomaanied .by. iome -Servian
UfSceri, with the MraaaA Ua. Samendiia,
and returned hlnaCr-lf to hia camp. Tba ar
rangements contained in this r'irmaa are
faul to be very UvouraWatq the Servian,
and it was centrally .balievtd in confe.
quence, that peace- would foon take place.
We "have, bows ver, tbxooch another chan
nel learned, that the, inAirgemii have con,
cetved Irtla pretcnuons.
The Servian left wing, under Milling,
wa attacked, by Pafjwan Ogron, with,
'30.000 men, 00 the- nth, during the re
treat of tha Torks ( and alter att abfll
nata action, completely defeat ad. Tfccir
whole camp fell Into bis power, and they
weie purlued to lierf ruica, and tiienct to
Uirflcndct and . KtWura before they could
make a (land. .- Here, however, being
joined next day by a reinforcement of
14,000 men, they marched out train ft
Padwan Olou to. take their reveoce. Ii
la poilble that the newt of the armiftka
may have Induced ikam ntt to reaeyy thai
.si:- . '
Frtm tit Ktw-Wtrk Imirittn Cittzt.
va j. tits, , iiz.aoAi ; 4.tf, 4 ..f-r
THE beaded navy of England hsa been. 1
iw iuih vt iiivianu- t 111a mwj myywMT . .
flrincfefha fVt nt (Hniit tc.l mhn kv. m. '
mere forefjsht than a mole order e.cund, er -
the; would pot abuftr France i$,be do; but ..;
true, and a. little ' rtfleilion will fhew if.
The expencof.tbat l(navj, is greater.'-,
than the nation can. bear ; Bd,jhe jle- ?
-.iriririr ta lnnf1milli rtinrkiiMt lit. ah t fVt
4IW ot, revenue, undey toe name. ot 7 ,r
oans, till the national, debt, which it tba :
fum total 'nf thefa nn!rnatinnt. !) '"'.'
' J .... Al . . .C J.. e .1 '. ,. :
uwuiiieu, uttuiun a uic. rrpqn vr ins. f ' ,
chancellor of tfw exchequer td the Eng-jl "
; liibr Parliament the cSth of laft Marcb. .-'"
, iv . iiic "tliu.uiviu. . iuuj wi uvxty44.009
- uouniii licritnE c ana inc micrcu or ins 1'
debt at ibis time wae 04,900,000 pound
f What are called Tons are; no other than I
creating new quantity tf flock and) .
fending it to market to be fold,' and then -'"yingon
fineL taxes Xbpay he inletelt of
that paw (loclc. The perfoascalled loan-
'ct$ or, fubfcribers,. for tbe loan: contrail; 5'
'wtbjjh.e minifies for large wbotefafc quan,JT
titiei -of , tbia. flock a as 1owr a 'prica'M ' "
iiicji bn il, uu n 111s j van ui.it. c yy .. , -
.retailine it is their OMfil. ' This, ruinous
( lyflctr for it ia cer'aiiily ruinous in tho
tnu, ucgan- in. 111a uutv- vt urTiiiai ins
3d.l't8 years ago. " - 1 . ,
. The expence of ihe Englift nvy.thi:
year as given1 by5 the) rbaneellci.ef -the'- .
exchequer laft march, i fifteen-million'
vtwo. hundred and . elgaty one ; thoufand '
pounds (lerltnif. above 68.eoo.ooo of tiol-,
i laTS.. .TbeTQtrnqus expiree -of tbls na. .
vy,taKen on, an, everageot peace and war,; ;
hs rtin the,, nation, into oVbt upwards of .
fiyeimiU'iorji (Urlingteyery. year fos the nS,
years finca the lyftem of hat arecalieJ. -
loans begajx And. it is. this annual ac-.-cumulation
of .more.. than five millions -ftetline
evertr year for ' 1 18 years thai has '
WrtcXthe Eng ifh. debt tp this enormous,'
furn of ,603904,000 ' Qunds . flerrgj
which watt the amount ' of the debt in'
.MarchlaH. l'; :,;..'. rv', '
. 1 f it be afked What has this mighty na- -'
Vy dona to balance, this ex prncei lr may ;
wa aivvviiV aaseia wawwa w w . uwaai, iar
' a. a a .a "
B has none nothing. It nas obtained tome ,
v4Aories-at fez, whena nothing wa to bej
gained but blows ana broken, bonev an 1
It nu pluodad the unarmed vcucls of
neutral naljgt and this makes tba fbort ,
hi (lory of i ts feririceSt . ,
That the JCngliDt government does not
tdepend upon the navy to prevent Buoaaf
parte making a.dticcnt apon, Angiard, is
damonflrated by tha exneafive . r rr para.
1am nfaab AAHAPMIatAHl aa.ai It C-C a U.. I..J
tq refill. And ihat tne navy coni-ributce
nothinr to the proteclion of cotnmrrce is :
prpved.by the fac that al) tbepprts ori (ha
conuncni. 01 curope. are inai.oy iapa. a.
gafnfl the commerce of, Ecgland. . Of
wMt tie then h'i navy th-t incur
ted fuc) an cn'ormom ttbj, and which ,
coda,, more., than- fixiy eight ruilli-ju coV
II 1 f . I . .1
a4ir)ua.iiy.v ayrtp it up,. w,ntcn u inree
it:Ksoore than aU the. gold apd. filver that r
tbe mines of Peru and Mexico annually
produce. Such a navy uullelrvays keep
a nation boor. No wonder iltat every
feventh petfon in EnglaoaV is a pauper,
which is a "fact.; Tito number of pau.
fen, now Is t ,000 .000.
Another evil to England attending this
navy, befidcj.the debt it hai Ihcurtei. U
W.. I. J.. .t. ! r r. .
list it wiaiiia nm iiaiin 0I ipcynj. iviOia
than hali tha- matcrUls that gr into the
ConOrufliort of a navy ia EfgUod, ire
procured from Ruffi and Swcda and
at ihe exports of Englifli maimfa&tuei to
thofe, blacea are but (mall., the balance
mu ft la paid In fpecie. If Ha orjniro
fucceadals bis plans I hope he will put
an ep4 la navies for the good cf tba
Ejtract of a letter from Port
iu-Prioce .Nov23d,' 106.
Jt!r. WUltams, f Balumore,
iiaa wiiiv rtiitvcu ill till Vlly, U
the British ship Boyd, from Lon
don, with an assorted. cargo of
upwards of 200000' dollars, tin
tier a, British licence ' from the
King -it; Rays, 44 tor any port or
porta. in St. fioniitigo cr Hayti
not in the possession of our tne
daily looted for; under the same
kind of permission. They are
granted to a,U British subjects.,,
, . . ' i
'Aixictt frm HmOrltmu Am hen rteth
d ei Ifai.tnHaa, Utt $ Dtetmhtr ISlA ,
Mr, OeVa hsd btn gim Qtrttttdnd Mr
Alnmdtr, Cm. Omkmrttjhad Jtrti t ft