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The eiTUor.W tbe.ffcw. York, Wte
- received on Saturday eveptpg p i r
ot pnouboat. jejiclfffuiln?1
Emeline, containing, file ovarii F
pert to the aih f;i Pf S0M FtPrt
thefe paper, whith (nenglf . A."Ht;
of adverfe nes of the Frawtfeflasmits
the editors have extracted ihrfubtoqidnj
- articles. . ';fwi'
,0 Argus TaTpM'JlJ Be;
" "to torereetheiefults tt
' ."r4. ja hntletid mentions, that on the
' 4h ot December, marfeo bade
""The"! ana ;tte eana.-.
a m AiM and had V-1 tbrvi --
We of Pomikuwoii wKenWKu'fliaivi:
fion prefented itfclft.Vcarrf ibis lUge !
-it made enVyufeUfifuM
ani lnft a oreat manv men.
ackno ledge jfcc'ldfs tif ao weo.tulM.o1
the VHtuliV between 'Zaktoclyri arid U;
. tra:a. ' MaiuVal Btffief S as thetchtng out
' from TlWnYSenrCeid
Governor fof Wt4Te-lU(yns
have burnt 1be1 fubarbs of Brellaw.
1 ' -The King of Pruffia had been er4 the
Ruffian head-cpjarVetlaJUl pr6ceedHrrn
thence to-Konrgfturj;' where1 hir iieen,
bal already arrived - QS' r21
Thtle papers contain extracts from Lon.
Ann nahfcr ftoflfl the'Oth lO th 17th Qe4
cethbtr,ffoM which ir appears that boift
-. Jloufes of PjtUatneut'rhet on the ih.
. In tharof the LoftHphe Lord .Chancel-
in, i,.rfnt ttiri-LrttHiliiDi ihatvit wat
. tiAi (- Micltv'i odwtr to Jeverel
: reafoni,' to be prefect 'at the taertirigiof
.. Parliament: but i thai his lhajoAy wouldj
on a convenient day, flate hi, reafonsiui
Pirllamenr for havlncallcdtheotlogether
- at this time; ;'': o- ..,;-.... v A-
5 ' Irj the fubfrquent fmingJ,'b Houfaof
lommofts was tafcen op wun inBrewn
' ,tf ihe-Speaker, 'who is ' Mr;'AbbovQd
With fweacingin the new dterobarfc rr i
Several of the rtgirtrtnta whtcb formed
one army of neutrality; in Bohettifa, ere
' 'already returned tc Aflria, and 'among
' others '-the ;'tegM ofv'WncalTewichi
1ch isartivedat'refDs, m Lnwtt ai.
; triV. The regiment of boulaits of the arch
" iile Chiite rs"epecTeTewery'jooin'eKi in
; ' the inviions W, Venn4;-i iUtner eotps ot
the fame aim have received ordefs froni
Mbe aulfc CouncUol war'td repair, t& )hs
enyiror.S of OediobUrgh in Hungary, .ai.Jj
ii elrarrf, ate alrtal.wn their march
thhhtri ' The regiments.of Sitarray od.
'Kerpet?. which widre io'tWirci ' 9 Bohe-'
"mia. have received couiiter orders. '.'.The..
"''direct letters from "that kinzJom Rate,
of its a-JmloiSwOdn ihajlbe protided fof; 1
by the'pwffinJ' Mhonj ' the'4ing (bat) II
. - 'i.Li;'j.!.a:.. 'in ...vi Li I
Dave craxttca taiaaminaioBw" Jti. - i nr
TOjal oider t merTr&att bo endowed wjtht
tfh lirtrrtiaf rtVenoetif locJ,opa Hbrt:-!
Trflf revenue fhaif ttfrWtaftw the aflou!
el budget of the ttat WJ; Th' ling' isi
declared' chief.: graodrliaft nd fouodeii
croffes. ccHnm'anders. and kniehts of ' the
.into orders 'Aftc4W yrfec:j;fat'm(edl:
byjnree ot tno eJeit(qmnianaen, .tjie
h ree oldelf Imfgh I Tasd "gr aedTthasifleitor,1
of the orttthalan' eewngfti tho ck
manden, and (ball be at the aTamv tiiti
treafurer. i&lUt The' ktaa XbaH order
vTant lid etitiibnii concernlnff the' deeota-i
. .... . ... . .;. ; ;i -jnr-f
tions. adnunmrttioiV and dHctnfhiww the
i two orders; as WelTif theadminifhatioo'd
Utth ficdowment vt nfce roai oidir o ikft-
iw..SiBed1.fi LOUIS.5 i
' Their High Mightioefles havrng- taken!!
into confideratiott .hlyffflajeftyV'rage,! ;
-xneom vrai convcrteqinto. iaw, in tnc
ti tooppofe tbetaopoo Which a' feu file;
...t.i. r n. f ' M:n.i:ii. I it I
,wiin nui cniuca, -r ape ronui. uuauncn
threw thttPruQuds Into the water, and
-p''oteeur- ooata m. inc. wam-1jasitrr
The' Emocrox haA inquired the names of
thet trrave meoi for; thepurppfe of ceyrar.
dine t htm.' . ,. :..'::... ' :''.' -v;
. "v The Emperor received tQ-day , ihe,; .;
pujauo'pf VVv'fiw tonfiffing of Meffrs.t
IjLSkfa, Knight of tf d QtittH of Poland, j
Orders of Poland i LuWenflct, Knight of
i the Orders of P6lad ' Alexander Potoc-
kiif Rietkowki, Knight f tie Order ot
SlaniQaus ; tulzewlkl, ?t ':
.Ifptrjr-ecbnd Bulletuibf ; the Grand;
General 'M'ichaud atrived here en 'the'
lf,1W(l.X1lci ha'beehf appointed by: the'
of the 4ianfs Tbwns. V. Genera I ,Uaelf!
to.-ho cpmirts nded n opr town, b been
appointed Governor of the' country of
: Mecklenbre; r-':
The fltench have fet at liberty she Poif
try Council Ephraimot (he Jewilh rati
igidbho ilfk eonfinement at Cuftr tn,l
by order of the" King ot.rrulltao t J
,r . inteiugBC-l(n o veden itates taatu
i the troops there luvereceivett jprders to
hold themfelvr in ieadinef4p ' marieh.--Oefenfivepreparationsare
making in Fin-.
.Jand. i.-'v'A.i-.yW l,v ,.,.
i ; The port ttaw crimes and goes.'a ufiral
acrofs the Duchy of Bergs - to F ranee,
Spain and Portugal. r ;:; .
.ion.,.tt;f.; v ifAII9,'Uee.28.
iThe brtdee tfpbn the Naiew, v at its
tributh rn the Bog.' is finlflied. The tele
ii ftni i (in! bed ahtt Mounted Vfh 'tah
non. ! ' ' ' -'"' r'i ' r.'- '?i:-';ii.'V::7
The brldse udoh the viftula, .between
"Zik rohci y afiil v Uiata r near the niovith
of the Bugi is id ie mannr;r! nhiflicd.
The Utrdt sa.wm5d with a great num.
$ti, pi vbatictici is a very -fortnidable
The kndian armies are comin in tle
difcaionof Grednoand in thatof Cielflc,
along the Narew end the Bag. "The head
Sjuartes of one o( their, divifioni :fras i
the loth at Puttbfk upon theNarawl"-
General Dolauloi. is appointed GoVejfi4
"'The tih'corb's fef'flfe Grand' Arm convt j
jmar.'dedbf ' Maiftal' Morticr.Ue advan-)i
cing4! ithu it.ight atiintts,tft at s!
H'f'ck, knd its head -uarierv at Anklam vi
!i The Grenadiers o( the isfev ure of Gtfi.
Dudinot are about ta arrive at iCuUttn :
Spencer,, all .strangers, befcrtj W rr.bsrk -
for preat-Bntajnrnuat obtain a passport frqtm
the' BrttUh Rctidem in. tbe 'cpuntrr from
Yrhich thcr are about to 2epart od tiia 4q-
cnmUi n incur , arrjViHv n.uai,c cvunici
ilgned by the Miouterirom that country re-" .
Mdihg he're'iY Cases' of heglect V,hi?b due
iiuiicc ii immcuiaicjy 10 De given laine oc
cretary ef State fonfie forejEn Oepartroent,
vtb&se;be bavH. rtut such a twOmoriial to pro- -
uuc wul be cunstdered M obiecia f us
!picip ftpd vWI, f course, not.be pontiitted,
to( ;oniinvie la this 'country --. tv.f v" '
" ' --1 ; i' ' ' ' ' -'':--'.
t AT a tneetrog convened on the Id of Jan' ,
lii the town of leiHfrton, for the purpose
M of 'taking; into considorttion tb hostile at-, .
ternpts of dokmet Burr and others, to aepa .
Irate from the union the -wetter states, and
to- make war upoa the Spanish provinces,
tbe following resolutions were unanimouly
i.-t Private tirsr from polen, Of the enth
m December, ft ate, jht. j twasrx peel ed
there his thajefty the Emperoe would (hort.
ly depart from-(hat city, torepaii tmWt-
faw, where the general wilhof the -inhabitant
impartetitly waited h'l prefenc.' , --The-RofllanxoTps'whtch
towards the Viil el hare fallea-buk' as
pfetip'tli'ely'asthe lealon end. the ill late
6ftht loads -would permit.1 lntnqrDcan
-time 'whildll military rntwetricntrave
been JifficHlv,' every "part f Poland pecu
pied bfthe Frendtarmy has alrrady men
itfelf a kind of -polittcal and military ' or
leinliaTiorH'" The French everv where re.
eelve tellirrtonies of sfFetfion arid epihufi.
-a fin, which furpili all they had hoped for.
The falfe mealure which thcKin? of
PrulUa was led to take agaihtl iho olifh
Nobles who fhould Ihow hemf!vei dif. i
"poted To tlsnd op for" the independence of
their country, hat redoubled their gene-
rous tttorts ; it hat forced tne Atoll irrefo
lute to determine immediately, and hi re
duced them all in the happy( necefltty of
ittTheJivifioa of curafllersf ewly for
iednceotjated oearOlmuit, fTheruntber,
i)f 'the irposs Which' have repaired, within'
"4hefefew wetks Into boih Gallicisv msy ,
(J, amount to aaoui io,oo men. ".)
that thegenersl renileivoiis of the 'troops jracjeleratlhg't'he glorious period of ,tbe na.
wfttclt return, uom merrouuers, is ine ci- j tionat regeneratun, ; , - 4 . :
ty of Prague, Whence each corps Is to I ' . The Imperial Decree which declares the
-mircri-td lis :furthf r"tfeltlnatlon.T7The j "BrltlliV Iflands'ln a date of blockade was
tmafurcs taken for the'' eftablilhment of 1 publittled at Milan'on the JU- inflant ;
milifif masTioes In i Bohemia, have Jn to this publication was epDendeJ a decree
' like,.manner been coumermaode'jJwlhin' of the rrlnceViceroy 1o nfure the cae.
this fhort time 1 1n Mora is, the troeps! 'cutirn pf tWs ,grsnd meafure .throughout
.ate "alfu ordered bickintd the interior and the Kingdom of I talf. i ;l
11 is aliened inainn iviijcuy, wiinmK
Toiv'etu the Kingof Spain a proof of his
friend!bSn'anl deHmui alfo to ice the Spa.
niih army rn a rcfpeclable footing, which
cnav enable it to co.oreraie towardi t'
common advantage," has not only author!
fed the recruiting for Spain of aj.ooo men.
to be taken fiorn amooQ the Pruffiarj pri.
;fone, but hat contented thai 15,000 mr'n
morq (hall be put at the dilpufai ofthe
'Government ot Madrid, with the fnle con
dition that the PrutUan prifoners, smo .f rt
. whom they (halt be chofen,' (hall be free-
' ly entitled and can only be cmploysd 10 the
TorticthlJullctinof tha Grand Ar-
' m- , - my
Pofen, 91ft December 1 806.' ;
Marfhal Ney bat eroded ibe.Vtdula,
anlenteren hornon the. 6ih. . lie be
llows particulir praife on.Col. Ssvarv,
who. at the head of the 4th rerlmefit of
Infantry, with the grenadierk endot
geurs of the 96th and the 6th light infan
try, eroded the Viflola the ft rt . - Ha had
an engagement at Thorn with the PruC
fisni, whom he forced, after a Clght bat
tle, to evacuate the towo. lis killed forne
of their men, and took twenty4 prifoners.
This affair exhibits 4 remarkable trait.
The river, 400 fathoms acrofi, was cb.
vered with floating Ice t the boat which
csrthtd our adrs need guard, being flopped
by the let, could not advaoce j on the ot.
pofitcbank. foot Pot i Or, boatmen reu.
ed forward under thowsr of balls 10 clear
-"';-- f llAOOiil.Dec. 17. 1 1
Ts bill fori he, creation of1 a Grand
' Ord r of the kingdom, an J of an' Order
)( Merit, -was font ottthe t tth tnft;iarTl
aff;mhlv of their U'gh Mightinedes. 1
The King's htcflige' was CQncJudf J . ju
the' following tcrmt " 4 ' " i j
Gentlemen,' we fend ynu the ' bill an
Dounced to you on the firlt of this month.'
CoHpidering, rthaf amoneft boakrchlcal
Hates, Holland la the only one vhlch lias
no order ef knighthood contiderlng that
V the Dutch nation is celebrated in the an-
rials of the world,' Jboth by'thegenJus
of its inhabitants', and br'lhclr militkry
. hiflory, and that it is bur duty 'to lei ve no
tneaes neeleaeil to prelerve h id the rtnk;
. and refpectability which "It has always en.
- joyed; wilhing inconreauencjtoinftWote
' punlic rewards for thole of our fwhTecls
dilioeul'h themfelfss throuthout, evert 1
ctsis, anu paruciiiariy ror tne, ouicers 10
,' the land aod fea 'fervice ; we. propofe to
(. joo to pafs the following decreet . .
Art. I.; A grand order of the king Jors)
T fball be created, under the tame of Order
of the Uolon, and I ike wife a Royal Orj'
tier of Merit, deHioeJ for civil and mili
- lary aQlons. ,- JI The grand order of
,.' the union (hall con G ft of thirty great ctof
ftt at rood. The grand order of she onl
faihillBOt b ftdoweJt Tkocjptcc
toed under the command ot Ceoeral'
pagncr' s cotaing to Berlin. 7
Theulu divtfion ot den. Leccnl if
aflembling atIsgdeburg -H '"i '
1 he corps tit the uranaunr.e or ua 1
den is wSicttln t in a'tdrtflifiht'it wiir be
able 40 e"nter jpto theltne. . WheiiIta
quarle'iTand has been prefebt at evvrj ea
gacemcntiT '" i-!rT;?'J&-"
The poli ; dlvifion " tc. Zavoolchek,
which has been organized at Hagenu, and
Sooo (Uong is at L,cipficJt fbf .the purpofe
ot beig clothed.". , .- ,ts.'..-i'.t?i':u,:tl8Tr-..
f ; Ills Majedy has ordered a regiment .o
be fahedtn the Prufllaa Stales feeytfnd the
iJbei it wiiraflemble at Munfter. 'The
Prmce vi li ohefiMfler n TSigmii rgeo, h
appointed GoloPcUf this corps? .. . :
A dtviuorrof rne army or reierve oi
MarOta) Kelkrmao,' is fet off from Menta
iThe headoftUS'ltrifiott is already arrived
tMagdebnrg; .? , -;t ., '
rsace wuh the elector 01 baxony and
the Duke of Sax-Weimer, srsi figned at
" All the princes of Saxony have been d .
tattted into the contedvration of the Rhine.
Jifs'Malelly has'difapprovad of Jbe hrvy
of contributions laid upon the .Slue- ot
Stx-GetHa, and 5jX-AIinu(igcrt,.ar.dha
erdered wht-1is bctrt rrceiyed, ybe re.
(lored. Thefc. Piear not having been
at wit with France, and bavirtg.forniuW
no contingent to Prttfliays rrughl not to br
lupirci to iwai conirioutioni. -f
; The arm v has taken- poflifflian of the ;
country of Meckteuburgh. .This ia a.
confluence of the treaty figned.at Sh.;
werit) the Jc'h Oclwber-iSos. 'By .ihk!
treaty, the, Prince of Mecklenburg hacf
ranted a paiuge over histcrri.torics to the
. 1 ne icaioiiauoniuies me innaoiianrs 01
Poland. 'Iidori'not freeze. The futi
appears every day, and it is Billsutumna?
-The Emperor fets vff to night for Var
fasti ' .' .' ". ' '
VVxr.aEis. it inneara from late diacloauree
';tW'eerfain artfu' anOeiigping pjen have,
within the U. Su .ea, and abroad, represen- v,
ted the people of thVs state as ' disaffected to 3.
the confederacy and vtMtroenof the Uni-
ted $tateS of, Athene,1 and " tine, for ehtf t
priae"which angjestiori if auffeitd to pas 1
unnoticed mightj in bme degree,' answer
the purpose intended, and destroy the con
.fidence at well of our sister states as of cUi
4 - Resolved, ! Thf eXorer as the decided i
pinion fljt'thi' meeting that ll xnargea or . ;
Insinuations tgainat. the people of ,thi state"
Off disaffection to the union, or goyerowent V
Of ithe jUmj ea-otates, ere iros. mjsrrpre ,
en tauoni and viUhottt foundation ", ' '
: 2d. tThat'tbii.portlon o! he, people of -IXentucky'
now "atsetnbled-lo declare their
lattachraehuo the goveramept, of tbe. United
; States',' :ind sincere desire to preserve, the
union' bf all the states end territories there
vumobelogihg..,:v',-;,r .':..;vi.-'-.V... -i '
:;.id.i Tha we YtewrUb indign,ation, and -will
repel to our utmost, 'ant ' proposition or -attempt
t disaiver the said unwia.. Hfi- ,
W 4tb.; iThat iti theduty of evtrf citiaen -4q
betgilant end decided in .counteniciing 1
the expedition which.: has . ouato, beeo pre
paring, and mtcsidcd to be set on foot, from
theLUnited ,ofate .whether tti.btt stgain?t
New-Orleans, (Louis,iaoa and its penden
cies or against the Spanish, provjnccf of MX-' "
ico, pr elsewhere and to cornmwicate litem, -time
jo time, such intelligence as may be re
cttvexl,' concerning the" said expedition or
the persoha concerned therein.'.-! -. SV-
Resolved, That the people of this state-
be invited te held similar meetings in their
eowns and oountiesi to -express their .semi.
. . . LONDON, .Deeember 4. : -
All the vessels capable of carrying borabs,
and which. re lybit at Shcerness ajid ts
vicinity, are ordered to be prepared for ser
vice Immediately. - Their destination, if sup
posed to be lbs North Sea. '-.i
A Paris paper of the,t 7th 0 December,
ftys4Mr.,iluhz, the Prufllsn attrono--mer,
rcfidingat Frankfort, on the Odert
thinks that at this time the fun Is under
going a grest revolution.' Ha foends his
conjecture on a group of new fpota which
he has tltfcovercd' on its furfsce, and
which, according fo him, occupy. a of
tcentb part of lis diameter.' . ' , '
: " ' Oec. i.
Ta Saturday the following Rear-Admirala
ef the Red were promoted to the rank of
Vice-Admirals of the Bluei -Jimta Kemp
thone, Esq. Sampson Edwards, Esq. Geo.
Campbell, Esq. llenry FraftkUnd, Esquire,
Arthur Philip, Esq. Sir V. C Fairfax, KaU
Sir James Saumarcx, Bart. andKBv ;? .
.. Sir Janes Siumarta is toihoUit his Ftae in
ths Channel Fleet under Lord Su Vincent, la
the room ef Sir Charles Cot too, who it is said,
.trie succeedSIr Erasmus Cower) ia the Com
niand at New foundland. ,
faents n - the subjects onielncd in the fore ,
i Hesolved, j tatst this- meeting do hiRMy .
hpprovef .the -conduct oi their repretcnta- -
Aires in. the state Itgiflaturc, for expressing
their attachment to the union, and their con
fidence in the administration of the general -
government, and their willingness to sop
portfsuch roeasdrea s may be adopted for
ihe pi-esperity, .and happineu ef miiri coun-. .
.try. ' 'j-Vi;.'.';',! :.' . Ii. ..... .
. . Resolved, .That the editors of newspaper
in thiatte ie .requested to publish the fore
cesng .reeolotionsv. ; ! . . iv,;;.;.
; 0IIN;RADFORO, Cbaiuaasw '
-..,.i.- viAttteV' t.-"-f !:." ij-- . '' ,. i "
J...': . - - ?Nat. G. S..IUXT, Cletk. ,
, F rem Frtntfertt Jamtatj i. ,- 4
;Geeeral Winlock, -who commands the de
tacbwwnt of. mililia, now on duty at Utb falls
of.Ohio, ,haa.,arreeted Messrs. Thomas. Mi
Winn and Samuel N. Lurkett, both of Jef
ferson county, en auspictne of being con
cerned in col. Burr!a expedition. -Four boaus
which tbey were prepanne to send oBVJtaTe
been deUined,. aod themselves bound a
recognixatice'byedire Oranaby, to. appear
at the next circuit cuurt, ihe former in the
sura of SOOO dollars, and tlie Utter in 10.000
dollars.. . Anotlier boat, found on ths Indian
ide of the Ohio, and supposed to belong to
Bavis Floyd, has also beeo detained.
General Winlock repaired toLousviUe or.
the ?6th ultimo, aod positively auerts that
,no bolts or other craft have passed the Falls
ainco that time without examination.
Captam Samuel ;Phiups, of Jcfiersf n ,
county, informs the general that he passed
coj. Burt,. on the 3lth Hilf. at an encamp-,
msnti pear tbe mouth of Cumberland, ri-er,
where it Is conjectured he is eodcavorina: to
collect his troops and provisions. "
,iTk above taformation wss communicated
lo the. coventor br express, the evening: be
' . December IT.
In Cflnwaiitnct nt mmm rrruUlinn lit the
tt boau Jbt Pru(IIan b Wtcca attempt, k Ajica Department, bought forward by Lord
It ii. faiJ, that col. Burr's bills on tho
eaQ ward, will not be paid if fo, the
town -of Lexingtot.,' alone, will Jowfo .
more than 50,000 dollars.' Eight thoufahi
dollars of his notes, difcounled at tho
bank of Lexington, have been noted al
ready. Hi bills and notes are payable at
1.0 dsys. . lie gave as a reafon for draw,
log at that diflsnceof time, that bis mo
ney was at Ns. Oilcans ' andlr-wropld
uke that length of time to get It fent
roond to the eaUwird.' Qdery might ho""'
not bare calculated os taking New. Or
leans, and with the money ta the bank,'
tic, meet his notes to ihe eaflwsrd. V '
;:r;the Year 1807,
tIust rtcivcd, and for sale at tie