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w vceivcd no - clucidatioa ttpojiy thhr
!affia?.i and "the patiengfiofjKe
!, ; SobiVnXortaiebg driven to ezs.
: VuselHs aM dangerous 'id t--:
-:On thcxnher vhaad, Gen; -AlUv
: v ' V ' Bi'clsoYx,s chief oP. the -Russian
' ' r. clamations to. the .judses and go-'
tri.rnnri! nT ROmeiia.VWUli .UlC UC;
:'i $ inenf anil ofioMnr4issciitfoni in
' V ; i tlie StaiCS UI iuc y tiuiuaif "yT
' Y LVfinetile; unworthy j viblence 6f
pnst W !&blini Porc, iufiek-5
arhplei ; andtio longerio 'be tole
"ng The "hostilities o RUSslW-;
' ' : y Sublime Porte buts his whole'corw
YvSr ! fidehce ihUelVoyerrand a-
, Vending VJTVUA i- M1U 1J ivjtyoa im.
v -ft ' f fpd to afm bv sea "arid Hariri,', to
r ' r r:; and.raake themselves actuhe
L ' ; nerg;Thist!i;SubH
, has found only served to aagmeht ;
' tWaucity"and Violence oHlils;:
' " -.-.'A, Lsia.;TheubUme Porte having i,'
':. ' Vi -r Z for her J- all possible reasons,";, the
t1.. Court of Russia remains t resnon-'if-
sible for the blood which wilt -be .
;l : .whibh must dverwhelmHuma
: 5 and until that Court respect Atfea
ties and alliances, . the lmposslbK
' ., ; -lity pf haying any confidence ih It;
; must be a truth acknowledged1 by
; ' .ail the powers who are dase'e
; , pcrrpm?m of juiticc'and moilcrai
; i ' Although the motives abovV
epressed,s by facts notorious, and
: known to the , whole Avdrld.' ,and
;. ' ' it be by, ho means necessary to
. - V . publish them ; however ,10 follow
''; x : the officbl u$geV a cbpy 'of the
" present declaration has bee'rt cl
ycrca xo xuc rurciga iuiuiicib rc-
sident in the, Capital; to be! toni
' .munlcated tb : theii.rrcspcctive
. Courts... . .;. , ;;,
V v ;;: , ; theSth hf the ' Moon of
- : (: Clianbcl, i7i t fit year of the
ilCgla 12iSl Jt JU.HU'
'" ' ' , .
: ' '?;LtiNlXW, March it. 4 "''" :
! A TfryintereiUp?;conersationtO)k 5lco
. lanniiMit, in the lioue f coramon, upon
the motion n Mr. Mnin, for an tdilrrss to
Lis' rhiieMrV Drsrinn tiiat- he ioold' not
V Rrsnt anyi fiicp fur life, which hH wwally
-beeiigranied durinjj. pleasure. ,1 hi motion
'was directed ataint Mr. Perceval, to whom
it was in Cbotrrflplation, to grant the rhun-
cillomhipof the duchy of incster for life,
a a coninaimn to bun fur pjin( up Ms
liroftssionon acctptmjf the ttnx of chart-
v jellor of Uie rschqucr. .'Mr Perceval toofc
. jut teat on the trrawry bench, aid af er ha
tirn exprcisrd his sentirfinls upon the mo.
' .lion, he withdrew. Una diiioq, the nun
.Urs cr . ', -., - . i
. V . Vor Iheldditss I- , . 208
-Agalo.tit f 11$.
M.ij. anvtthenewaJmin. 7 t
-( .,The,hou of cntnpint was uoer-?nmfily
ewwtUd willi inemWri. tiboMl 0 of jJnm
were ohliped t tiVrthtif ieat In the side
. cl.Vrir, U r wiit il room ia the body of
the hctisr. ' , . ' . . . . . ;i
, All the mcm!er f IhclatetilminliUaUon
took (heir tcils on the ipjuUlun beaches as
tiicy came in t o:n, her? inteHt mly
' down on thelrcaiury bcntli at fir.t. but
crossed thg hmne on pert tiring their mis.
lakei whjcb eHcitcdt a cfltisUltratle degree,
tf merrinitnt. ,
' Itf. I'crrci wts Jrd In' a full court
lull, and took his Stat along wuh his Ii tends
en ihr lic'iry bench, . iinmcdiatjy upon
'hi"cnirnce. " ' ' '
. ' Ye:cr.l,iy morn'ns; hsmjttysUierr.ln
'trr attrti'tctl at lVu(kflt(hMn house, and
in cot'Tormity to the r-yil rnnnisnd, ri.ip o
,f Lelr seals of t,GUe. Lutd chaccdlur
KfTniwioJ lo,urraniUr the re3t sal tjll,
i Wo4nd nesjt, aJt i hi maicsty V pCa-
psrRj(l, i order tn enable HiiWto pronounce
hH judgmint-upon -8?verst" causes in the
eourjtfEsbancery, upon hicji lie was to d
Line 4 ii w uu&e ui roriiana Kissca nmas on
air. Xianufn gvwent .tjirof ttic a ine'cwenioo,
s secretary of state fotl)'fofic;VVdefiirU
,WM,-W!lMWt as- fimlord xf he admiralty
as reported. I Ue latter situation is we find,
to be allotted l? lord Mulrave ; lord HawVea
bury ilo'fetssed his'majrtty's hands on be
iog appointed to the hoihddeparttnent ' lord
pastjeragK for the war, and colonial depart
meht ; earl of Vestm'ore'Uiid''pri?y seal.
Karl CU'rnbdeti't tp!ba pr.si4ent ef (he' con
T Stocks this day Cons.9ohi. i-3 1 4,,
r. i i v.i . u
.."4fjrha IniAlon?, htch arrived at thtf
port yellerday, left Oordeaux m rhe 41!)
vf ApH,"and the rtver'on the '8jt. K
vjufiWfijaiff repofledvthatflie, brought
the eraW army to thev7i.f.-and that the.
4-ihnounced the complete dtre'rthro of tho:
wajeprefeiite4 to , ba-a ,tprtftnt l
dj not UTarn, however'; that hr Paris pa-!
"r are UteMhinihi'3tAli'iDfilarc1i;'A
fihVof ihefe ia in peffeflion, Of ue editor P
the Mfcatulej Adyertifer.:; it furoilhetf
us' winiho acntiotial bultetiti the 65th!:
'and t6Ai,) Rd hefa-are the;5dily '-artttis
I, fufficicnt intercft ld bdwolth tranfli ;
: Uenerav Benningtcn according to our
fa(i accouiitt'oiF hltni was'fick lit rionirig1
; be rgVC'f1- 4) 1
F H t N C6 RANI) A M f . .ft f IfTH
.i:.';4;:r iuitTtN.w v;
i ,u 0 t 1 1 6 0.' March ik i8ot .i
The army is cantoned bcjrtnd.trjpjPjf.t,
urge, yi ne rtnee .ot.jrpiuej vorvQ.; at
Holland and ai Bfauenfterg ; , i
Mrfhl SouU aCLteUttadt and Moh
Marthal Ney at GofladU" r
Mirihal Davouft at Allcnftein. Iloheo-
flein, and Dieppeo'. " ft ' : ''
I hchea-i-quattersare at Uttermie.
r Thc Poliflt corpi of obfervationi eotrt
trended by general Zaonchck, ii at Nci-'
denbourg.' '"t":' .' C'V l":'.'i.'V '
- The corps o( marflial Ltfcbvra before:
. ' The1 rth'corps on the OfttuieW. , 'W
A Bavarian cFivirion.'tomrnan'M by the
pr!ncerorat of Bavaria, at VVatfaw;-.
-V'i he corps print Jet omo IB illclja
the 8th corps ot oblerfatran In' awcdiin
PomerahU ' t-i v
Thd places i of BrrdauY Schwetdnitli
and Drieg are dcmolilhiiig.. ,.-," ,, v
Gen. Rapp, aUde camp of the empe
ror, is' porer nor bf Thorn. v " 1
-AVe have thrown bitjigra vover die Vtf.
tula at- Marienboors and Dirfchau. V
, Having beet inforiieMt on the id kf arch,
tnat tne encrny , er.coorsgcii oy trio pou
tion which the atmy had ikcn, had (hew
e.l tlieniLlves all aling iht riht bar.k of
the I'atUrjje, the emperor, oroered mar
(ha1! Sovlt and Ncy toreconnoiiVej sndto
fhince id repulfe ihtrru ' Mirlhal Ncy
marched on ths Gufladt mjrhal SoiJlt
rxUrd he Paltarne at 'VYotmditt. Th.
enemy immediately madj i pOeral mo've.
rami, and ret rrated towards Koftirgsbcrg.
Their polls which had. fttired".in; reat
lislfc, were puifued three IcaguCJ. See. '
Ing that the Vientb did r.ot truke 4n o
iher movement, and that they were pur
foe only by the advanced guards who had
left their regiments, ,'two regiments of
Ru(Tiif grenadiers turned back, ' and ' fit
the night approached the cantonment' of
Zochern, The 50th; icgJmcnt received
them with the bayonet, ' The 27'h end
the 39' h behatf4 in the fama manner; V;-'
; In thefo little combats the i Ruffians
hive bad 1000 men killcJ wounJod yr
prifoAeri ' 'V''' .'
"v After be'ng ihtit afTtircd of jhe move,
tnenti of the enemy, the attfl) halietorri.
ed into its cantonment, i ,-.,,?., .
t -The granddrkeof Eerg, Informed tht
a corps oi cavalry had approiched VVil.
1mherr" 'csircd it to be attacked bf' pince
T'orghtU, w!m at the- head vf bhis' rcgl.
nttnt, ha,rcd eight ' Ruffian "uad'Ons,
ovcrhrrw acd put them to the roire, and
made out ico prifuncriamongrt whom
are throe captains and eight fnhalteis.
, M 1 ilh at Lc let v i has 4 Hrcl y fo r r pu r.-
,drd UaiiS7ic, and his begun at that place
the wotlii'iif c'nni3M'a'ltioo. '. " '
hlXlt-SUTH EUltlTIN, '
-i.,V ! ! - Ojtiiooi,. March 14.';
I T!w grand army continue In catonr
(hveni, where It'is isking rrpofe. Littje
c(Tbal have taken place bei wren the1 d-
i.vani-fd pofli t ( ih two atmiti,,.To
' ,rr'uncnt of RofTian cjvjly came on the
j 'I lih 10 didurb the 69'h regiment" U 'in
'fn ry of the line Id 111 cantonment of
;Ltpgnu, and hefote Guftadf. One bat.
j .laUou or that regiment took armi, em.
i bufhed tlirtrJeUci, and fired do fe to the
; enrin v, who left, to men on the field. Ce.
taoccd poll of Mailhal Souii, bai lad
. fvycpgenf have tcrmina-
u ; After ibe lUt'fi baal.oi MLilk mjcrpy t he
eranddukc of Bsrc hsd driven all the
coflickl f romlhc irghraijtf ot" the" Elbe,"
:ia order to ah'urehjmfctf( that jihe tenenay .
was not concealing fome movement. He
came to Watembur, Scebug, Meufguth,
fd Bhlhpffbaufg.,' (lhajad fome en.
. agmejtts ''jrub be enemy 'r cayaljy and
has made about too colfack prtfoners. r
- The Ruffian arrny have.begoti to con
t'enfratc ihe.coat of Bari'endeiti on th
Ale ; 5 he RulBart diviGon on thecoafl o(
: Crtuubourgi , ,'.h -'if-TS
.The enemy has made" a movement of
- bne day's toarch towards KonlngfbSrg.'
The, whole of t he.Efench army is can ton
Pd,: and .il fuppUed with ' provifions from
the cTtiel bf Elbint raunfbergj and from
the rcfotirces which are brought from- tlto
Jfle of Noga;. which it of, very' great fct?;
: Ulity!--,t;:i.:::',V:v;': -T;:t,:J,:.:
ffA diyifionf'ot fioocx Bavarians comi
ojanded.by the ;prince iroyal vot;Bayaria,
has paffed thei Vifttih at Warfaw; and
hasjuft rejoined' the af m jTF; : '"'
Wliereas the circumstances of the present
moment render it inexpedient that American
vesels should proceed up this city, J nereby
direct the masters of all such as shall arrive,
it Hhe mouth of the' Elbe," or have Knowledge
of Uijs order in the Noith Sea, proceeding to
this port, t5 proceed )o the port,' of Glqck
stadt,.on .the Danish side of the Elbe," and
there to wait till they receive such further in
structions as they may receive from me, pr
front their respective consignees. ; 1 further
recommend to the masters of all American
vessel, in the aforedescribed circumstances,'
to keep as near as, possible to the Punish,
shore, making no entry at any port previous
o their arrival at GlucksUdt. Arid I enjoin
all pilot taking charge of American vessels
in the tforth Sea, J bound into the Elbe, -to
conform to this instruction, under the pairt
of being tnade personally responsible for the
cansequences of their contravention. ' My
fellow-citizens may rest assured, that when
ever'Circumstanres may justify more conve
nient arrangements, conveniently wth the
Interests of those concerned,' I shall lose no
time hi making them known. ' ' '
J. M. FORBES.
.' Consul Gtnerat of thtU, S. ef America,
iNt to alt luth placer as art nearer to
Hamburg than to the residence ef ay
- . .' other Cosul of the said States,
''' u'-;'." - "-'J- r.
qj SAIXM; .M.y t..:.; -,.tl.
'A'f'tnE TURKISH WAR.
.fiy eipt. William Cook, who arrived hert
,on Vednesday night from Palermo, in. Sici
ly, we have some additional particulars res
pecting the new war which hat commenced
betVten the Turks and Russians,- which is
likely soon to'assUmel hijrh degrea of In.
terest'and Importance.' The Turks are
-doubtless considered as acting a part assign
ed -them by Bonaparte t and,', as was to be
Itxpected, the. British have made common
dause with the Russians against them. " We
have already had some teporls ef the pro.
gress of the Russian arms, under Gen. Mi
chelton,' In the direct rout for Contantino
pie. Capt. C. further Informs tis of the co.
operation of a naval force, is the expedition
.agaiost the Ottoman capital. D'upstches had
jarrited It Sicily, with orders for Sir Sidney
,SmkH)to Join Admiral Duckworth and sail
with all possible speed for the Dardanelles,
to act in concert with the Russians again t
the Porte, and they salW, in consequence,
on the 2th January. We do not know the
amiunt of the Br'uii force. The Russians
.were stated to have 3$ sail of men of war
In the Mediterranean., en board of which was
a conquerable number 6f troops: and it was
expected that in conjunction they would at-
tacit tne Uardanelles, and pass up to Constaa-
tmople. In the mean time fears were en
tcrtalned for the safety of Admiral Louis,
who with a small squadron was, by theJast
.auvtces, above Constantinople, . and who
might therefore be arretted on his ratunt In
to the ArchipeUiro, If the'Turks should be
apprised in saaton of the hostility of Great
' 'AUGUSTA, April 53. , -
' We had the opportunity of conversing a
iew usy pssi, wim a retpectaoie ana won
thy old revolutionary soldier, who amon o-
ther thing, related to us the two follow irlg
circumtiances, woicn, tnougn well known
in the neighbourhood where they occurred,
; we do not recollect ever to have seen publNh
ed," and a they ought not to be forgotten, we
,Wittt pleasure reUte them In the old gentle
man's own words t ' , ,
On tire 1 5th day of March 1781, sixteen
crave Americans were made prisoners, bt a
psrty of British troops, io Spartanburg dis.
.tricf. in South-Carolina 1 four of the nunr,-
ber via. Capt. Matthew rattern, of that dis
trict, Capt. James Elder, Landy Karrar and
Charles Bruce, were tried as rebels, and w):h
. iut much ceremony were sentenced to be
executed the next day at ton o'clock. When
they were Voutrht to (he callows, and after
! the ropes were tied about their necks, Capt.
Pattern, In a cool, deliberate an) undaunted
mnnner, aoarested tne ntlicer snj-kttendants
in these wordst Gentlemen, I ana In your
rwer, and you msy eaily take my life, but
have a saiiifictlon you cannot deprive me
of, 1 have yet friends left, who I well know
will bare twenty lives for mine." This short
. - i
tl!drm was J divie4 ia tjial cod and jeon-
fideot mafincr wTiicamadejiimpressive, and
the, condemned prisoners were immediately,
pardoned, and our mformant, vbo waa one
of the numberrdd, -tfat Ctpu Ptlem u
now living; with his thjrd. wife, and be bope
he may k)ti&c live-to a-atsea'toHstoercui Off. .
ak brave and as worthy a binastlL
'There was a public magt2ui luejst 'it tLt V
honsis of Cok Tbomaa m SpvUrJwg district
South-Carolina, in the year 1779, audit be
ing discovered that a party of lories had d-
termined oh W certain day:to attack, and if
possible, t make. . themselves masteta of the
place,: .a number of men had collected tpge
thct from the neighbourhood for its' deHence :' . :
But if So happened, that as soon as the toriea.
made thefc appearance iu a body, on ai ;Jtiiy(
near'llie magazine,- all the Tnen to whomltar -.--defence
had beeh-cdnfided, fled, except ' Jo-
sih Culbertson,; i prjvate soldier, vb ani'-r -mated
by the' true mefican spirit, resolved ''
that he would neither 'fly or yield,; while be
had strength td-fgbti'j HeUhcrelbre Xatleit:
his wife and her mother,' and two or tbf ee c.
thei; women,: to his assistance, vtand -having ; ; j
several muskets in 'the-house, v the women." :
were directed taoad fhe guns and hand thjiinif 1 j-;
to Culbertson,' as' fast as he fired them eft"..' '
Asaoon as the tories advanced withihv lhotle V
rate gun shot, Culbertson began to fite gpan.) ? ;
them, and as be had taken his station -in aa, : iy,
upper room, he fired from different windowa-V
with as, much , rffSidity as his own'exerti jna.l! v' v '
and the activity of the. women in.loading anttf ;-A:l 'l
handing him the muskets would enable hinV ,V'- , '
todo The itories,' thoutrh the v returned hist'"' . ,jJ
fire frorn their wlole , body, yet tbeyidid ryU ! , '7 v.
know by what number they were opposed, but A r
mgF m, oiiu bctciui ui mem severely 1 leitj - i! : ,
mat mey nair 10 coatend with a brkveryJ . v :-y
which they had no wish to encounter, in close, 'lit
quarters, and after an engagement of Is or hiFt$.:
Sfl minutes, the' assailants precipitately re- - : I
treated, and could never more' be prevailed J , '1 ! - j
upon to renew the attack, and the brave Mr. - '';
Culbettson had the satisfaction to find, thii'-::rX? 7
he had actually beat off one hundred and fiw; ":V' ; i '4 I
ty-five tories, and preferred the magazine. x- . 1
This worthy teteran'we are told,-particular-1 ?t;"v ' .
ly distinguished himselfin the battle of KineVf -
mountain, ana in tne amous oeleat of Ctf -. -..
lonel Tftrleton, and he how Uvea an industri."
oas farmer in the upper parts of South".Caro. ;
lina, respected by his neighbours, nd wa :Jj
trust, win long honoured Dy bis country ,
NORFOLK, May iwy,r!l'i
Mr HoLLtas of.Btimore, who arrivedt.
here on Tuesday, give! us the following ac
count of Ihffriendlj Conduct of thd Brills) 1
armen vessels on our uapes. ; - ,? - ; :
l hat he was passenger on board the scljr
Messenger, belonging to Mr. Thomas Tifn-- ;
ant, of Baltimore' fi-om.-which rdacc tjhei,.
sailed on Thursday last bound to Barcelona,:
loaded with sugars on the .owners accoubit
and that on leaving the Capes of Vinriiiiaf - 1
. 1 1 i. j t . T .
wji tuascu uy ine uriusn ingate JiitiaviHis
.t k I..Ll'l !i .
5;"i.ll-""JVer, posraeu in signi ,01 I. Ilia - . .' .
and after taking Mr.'Hollins, ihe mates, tind- ' il
all the hatids before the. mast on board lhe ' ' -
priee-master and hands on board, and l ent1 .
berIorIIll(ax. . ; v r: f .
A few days .before,, the same frieate cun- -
.tnfcd-ofr the Capes a Baltimore" brig fivjrn
the East.fndies bound to Baltimore, and snt
her for Bermuda under the aW)rotection
df (he Bermuda sloop of war.Mr. II. ac ds '
that he knows the above captured vessels ijn
mcir .cantoes to ue .American DrorwriTi
They would give to cause far their unw siv- .
rentable proceeding, but says, that thty-
are cruising lor vessels Trom La Vera Cruz
bound into the Vircmia Captsl But from
Uieir conauct the bluckading of the French .
ships a ppeare only a feint to plunder A me- -V J
ricans of their property. How long shall wi 1 j '
suomii to such insults, n u every. '
, ; " BALTIMORE. May U. '
' Clneral Wilkinson (savs the PhilsdelnhS'
True American) has been summoned" by thsv '
government to attend the trial of Col. Burr1 U
It is believedhowever, that he will 'not ha ; . ! '
able to repair to Richmond in time. Comrr.o
dore Truxton leaves town on Thursday, for
Richmond 1 Col. Burr started on Friday. ,
The tyrant! of the earth are In the habit of
attributing to mankind 1 factious, diuorpun
Wing spirit, which, they say, requires the entr.
tits of monarchy to keen it in subieetion. Th
1 struggles of Infuriate man, wading throvrh
blood and slaughter In quest of his long lost
hberty'arebythtm attributed toh'simpa.
tfence f rtstrsint. and Drobcnsiivia rcbrU
linn. Thus they endeavour, to lay at the doora'
of the people, the guilt of their oppressors.
Tht excesses ccmroittsd in the French revo.
(Otion were produced br the drbauehi! kn
tyrannical Tnonarchy of that nationand the
combination M turcpean depots who at. ,
ttmp'.ed to strangle the infant republiie In iia
cradle. Out of the eppreslve measures and '
immor-l examples tf the Royal family and
nol-illty, grew that ignorance and laxity or
principle which ttne'ried the pcoplo wild
sad factious when Grst released frosn their
chains out ofihe Batilc come jhe Cuillodna --iout
ef the school ( DepotiMn came Ro.
tepierre and Marat, end other homlcldesof
the time. Yet the enemies of republicanism
teslously tndesveur to tx 0 stipvra upon
democratic principle! I ; , nitnesi.
Frisn Xevt-Uj the brij -Fair America
in 60 days from Alirsnt.wc learn that 30.000,
Spanish troeps has leen demanded by Bona.
firteand that thty hid actually set out for
't. ; , ' A'. T.pt
1. . .