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' The lift victories of the grand xiaxj
aavefecured tbe advantage of iw military
' ' pofitioni, completed ajhe fucceiTe of this
prodigious" campaign, end prepared . thofe.
f the eiexti jtbould the bUii4nef;0f the
' Ruffian cabinet lead it 19 pwGft ia I wu
' 'prcjadicial to Us true iotetcflt. ; ' :. .
. The, French army, .by v reaching tha
' banks of the -Viltala," alter having con
quered Weilplulia, tiettc, Fruflia, baxo
1 ry, SUefia aa4 Piul5a.o Poland, fufpaffed
, the expectations of even thofe who had
hoped the rnoft ftera hie courage.; Such
labour? would fora the whole aiiiory of
- gnat commander, -and they are,- -fcwyerf
only two inontbiof ibemeof Napoleon.
Ax this aage7iheTtaclemeacfrhe Tea
ton, the difficulty ofUiet marches; the
'fcarchy of fubfitteace, and the advantage
, of the pofitioni, prefcrihed a fufpenGon
. JL" of tha operations t the F reach army feent
T J to have no more to do' batto conTu
tnate the conqueft of Sclefil and Pmffiaa
Poland, to clear the left bank of the Vif
lola Xcd elUblilbT fortified pofts opbo the
, ,tight, tober ahlo to aCuoQethe oiTeaCe
- at fn as it would be convenient;. .
This alto appeared to he the- aim of the
. emperor. Srte" PrulEta officeri, tho.
" roughly informed of the Gtuation of their
country with regard to Rudia, (inco' ibe
difmeoi'berment of Poland had feen that
Puffia hid only an ill-defended frontier,
.j tlut fecr armies, to be able to attack the.
H3un had to pats througn 4 difficult
r cquoiry, iotcrfe&d, wil', and impradica-
' Me lor, 6 months la the year J whereas at
the flrft fignalj a Rufiuo army rolght ia a
v few av. natch, lake ooffelSon alaioft
, without firing a fhot, of ancient Pruffia
; . oal her Polia province,' far as the
Vidula. This dif advantageous pofmort
has rid doubt cfteti inftucaccd the dccifioa
d the caw net ot Ueriiru in the part it
was to take between France and Ruflia.
It had been ia aritattoa (o draw a .detect
five iioe from Wacfaw at far as Koningi-
. - "fg Iwt this taealare. would have lud
-- ceniy railed a dangerous war. ; it is very
lingular that; this blan fhoulJ have beta
pat(y.teat2cd by thebHofcratlonsof the
, gnd artoy.;'. . . V.. :
The firfl fire of the Emperor, ttpon
:'-ajriin oa the , iflula, : was toloriify
UaifcU there. The Ruffian central felt
. the imorunte of ltil oofition. and wished
; WilAgc lira the luccclei "of the baU-
- tits 6 fuliulk and Uolyniin rendered this
bartlct inexpunahle and it became thfe
centre of the fucceiire operation!, Ik
was a point from whence thej entperur tft
. ttihi the whole army, and a pofition e-
qit Jlv laiportant toobfer'te the march of
' tutt KHuo a 3d Uttoman armiest which
Ttie, ad r acting towards the tbsJrc of
: war. . "v . . . 5
',.!' f n tKifi a'nfri. Croat ion . for them
. - the Ruhiin renerats attempted a difficult
diverConV VVhiiil they were teally upon
t!ie dcfenGre' before an arm ever vidli.
vioni, despairing of being Able to defend'
tbeaifdvea in fnt,they demanded to atJ
tavk" the French atrnf aon its flitik, to''
fl retch bcfMti It by llU Cer Villula, nud
v . thus ditengage Dantric, VJcaudcntt aiul,
- the whole concur, which couUl not atoii
' being fuoo occupied by the French ariy, '
Thus even the defpair of . being able ro
' defend tketnfelvei; infptrcd ihenuwitfT
tU (pdicity Of attacking J fettd the ill fuc.
ccfj iA this attack, was complete dc-"
' feat. :. .: v
' Hm t feeble dltlKow of t?ve French r
my TuficcJ at frft to' fiop.tlje titkxpecled
march. of the-Ruffians heing Toon
led oa by tie EfllperOr in peifou, it beat
the enemy and carried ds Connefl finy
leagues farther than Jii majeft tad
thoght 6f advancing before the fpring.
The attack Of the Ruffian, therefore,
, completely mifcariied. To (top, was-to.
defeat them. The deliverance of (Jantxi
aid Polifh Prufna, was hi ohj-aj'theif
entire conue(t is jhe imm'eiiate tCtSL of
this eipediudn, and the French army has
- acquiied finer, pofitioos from it. No
- vktury that coilM have been attended with
more adrantacous refulti. '
' . Xfarchio.
The laft lnlli(ence from , the theatre
,cf war' fully 'Confirms the brilliant-ftfe-ccfet
of lb Frenci .army. But at tha
very moment wllcn a more Jerrid'ccam-i.
raign Ufrepaiingon all ddci, it it fiitjru
Jar that, rumoitrl of peace circulate, Uio
ay, and are renewed at JTihrcut inter-
V.vals. "T , " . ' ' . '.
As It Is well known that "the object
' which the emperor of the French pro-
r j'ofes to himfcfl in this war, - it or.ly a
ftncral and futid peace; at be klwavs'
Ihowt himfclf acctlQble to, any' propoit
tioni,' diiedty or iodirc3'y, which may
(and to ibis end and accelerate this happy
, period, the tnott vague circumltanees may
give rlfo jto rumours of peter, and pet
, Ftps Come foundation would alio be found
' in them if only the relative fkioation and
leal inter eft of tie billigcuiii putters were
It is trae that a grcit part of E wope
is engaged ia this! comcd ' hut notwith. !
ftaadingits apparent heat, notwiih(tand
s l. . : f. . r .l .r .
may be etaaikei that - the enemies of
France have fach different interelts among
themfe4ea, that they muft fometimes as..
htt each otbec wtia ovftruil, aad bght her
witu tegrft.,: k':'"'7
' We tee a ereat exasanie of Ibis. ' ITae
policy of the -cabinet of Si. jtmes's has
perhaps jiever bee more embarrafled tha'a
at this day , ia the fituatiaa is in b-
tween the rorte ana K.uiaa, ; it can narq
ly be doubted bat (hat it clearfy fees the
danger of this war;' and that it f reads the
fucceffes ot .it aimott as much as its re
verfei. It ought to tife all its eneavonrs
to prevent it, by iofpiring Ruffia with
more moderate icntiujents JJut rCuUia
has oever served it commercial ambitioa
on any Other condition than, that of it's
(hatting tts eyes to the continental ufur.
nations or tae court a bu Peters
burg ; thus England has been farced to
facrihee the interelts of the future, to the
paiEont of the tsomtint, and to.extmalate
her benefactors to thole who may one day
become her tyrants. 1 r - .ri:v: -::.
What has been laid of the ho(lilitteof
admiral Louis, before ConiUnanople, is
ridiculous. Scarcely has the oClclal intel
ligence of the determination of tpe Uivan
yet reaenca- a.onoon, tMocwtinnanuing
the example of admiral Gr Hdmj Pepham,
it is not to be ptefumed that an EngltQi
admiral will taketiooti himfelf to attack
; without orders a (iower yet tOnCdercd al
There I morf rotfon for being aftdni
tlhed that the war between the'Tnrksami
the Ruffians has not taken a chore afllve
turot Out the forces which Michelfon
hat been oBltired to detach to the fuccour
of the Ruffian army in Poland, have bei-;
haps tod much weakened his owVib' allow
him to ondcrtake important' opetauons.
Cefides, becipected to find an open coun-
itrv and revolted lubiedt auready idiom
tneir arms to ni ; wnereat it appears mat
the common daneel1 has united all the Tub
jefls of the Pofte uadtr the landard of the
4-v 1 i't'-"';-:' 'M-; "'March it.
The Gaiettes of Prefburgh, which had
ahnonnced tho pitiac of the Ruffian ar
my near Wlddin, now contradict their
own report and aiTert that Michelfon. re
duccd to a corps of Cotooc) men, thinks
ratner ot loruiying mmieii againit mc ar
rival ot, tne ' a utxs man oi making con
ijuefti. A great part of the troops wih
whfch he entered Moldavia, fuddinly re.
ceived ttrders td repair by forced marches
to the affiUance'Of the RuUTati armv In
Poland t and it is itrobahly that to the ar
rival of this rettilorcemfnt ihe Ruffians
owe 'the bloody defeat which they have
uQ experienced along the whole line from
the S pre gel lb ihe Bap, fince it was this
fuccour that - had emboldened them to at
tempt tbeir attack upon the Grand French
Army. Thus the emperor Napoleon at
once beat the Ruffians in Poland and ef.
ft fled a powerful divetffion Irt faroiir of
his allv. bv nreentin2 theui from ocno
H tralin into TurlcVvl ..'' ' ' " -
' The fame Gazettes of Prelburch pub.
the emperor of Aultna convoke!, for tb
5h ef April net t the Diet ot his butes
of ftunvarv. Tha f pi tit add tenor of this
convocation are efleutially pacific 'and
fuiGce to belie the abfurd rumours which
the newfpapeis fold to England had fpiead
tipbn: the difpouiiohl ti the court of
' ' , . ' MrcH 14.
: The maniuno of the ' Sublime Porte
(publijbtd in thi LtJjtr fmi limt finci)
.is an Important document in itie hulory
of the ia(t twenty years of the ag ;One
is aflonilhed upon reading it, that the
Porie.fliould have futTered 10 many in
er, -an hypocritical m:Jeration 1 it wlmed
to be their-arbner, and by the pationage
which if daimed in the affaiis of Germa
ny, it hoped to pave the way to the com
plete enQaving of the other (tatei. r- V v
n :t r- 1 1: O
. vonnan in 11s progress, .aasuiig uu'n .
Ga and Auitria by conceflions . which 'it
knew bow to set back from them with
intereft t when it mould be thne," if kept
up a continual fermentation in Cuiope
by vaia promife or tardy fuccouri, it ex-
ciiea or rexinuica naireosveaoy w oe. ea-
tinguilhed,.1In this project, which every
thing feemed to favour, 11 ia happy, ihit
there would , have arifeo'from the very
midft of .the dangers affetnbled againit:
France, a coolnefi of elory - and power".
fufSciently formidable' tor fave Europe.
from calamities which, fiznalizei the hit
ol the Koman Lmptre
Suit let and that the neighbouring powers
lould have tolerated this lor.g ppprei
fion, which was only the prelude, to ao
approachiofl and complete ufuriation. -
' No doubt the Sublfme fotte flooi in
need of a Msnifefto to u(tify the war which
ihe had jult declared sgabft Ruflia. All
f uropc had Tvcn the progrefa of the au
dacity and violence of the Ruffians. - No
one was ignorant of thoinvafion of the
Crimea nor of the oeneclions which
the Kuifian Cabinet had formed 'in the
.Rildu ard in lite very capital, of the Ot
toman Umpire. Every body law that
this pittended protection of the Republic
of tt Seven IflanJr. had converted it.
fclf, on the part of Ruffis, into abfotute
diMiiir.ioaj it had even been lorcfeen that,
the railing of the Montenegrins, the sfrti-
: m -4. ... ' iTi ' r ,
inoi mo nioanians ana lira occupation
of the Mouths of the Cittaro. were ocr-
haps lcfi . ofTcnfire means acsinlt Francs
than open t uflilulei agalnft iheTorkt.
Jiot thefe grievances let forth by the Sub
lio-.e Porte itfc'f wlih fo much fimnllcitv
and energy, are a Ait mstitlng aceufatioa
jtainft ihe Rudlan cabinet. At the fame
litre that it fo openly violated treaties,'
and meditated ihe ruin of a ereat eioire.
it aiTi&ed before the otbci Europcxa pow.J
Ml . B m . ,m . srv
i l he Maniteito ot the uttoman forte,;
'who hat been'forced for theTc, twenty years .
paft to-undergo ihu outrages of an info.
sent opprellor, is the hrit pledeo of cene-
rat fafcty and a mining mark of the con-
fidence with which the Emperor Napoleon
Infpires hu allies.' I he reaions and ftyle
of this (late paper befoeak an indignation ''
long Rtaed oy neccfliry, and annoonce a
firm rcfoluiion to throw off the yoke and
to recover the Ottoman independence and
'glory. , - ' J;;' '. 4 " . '
This eenetoul movement impreiTed up.
on the whole 'nation, has not been full ied
oy the private vidlence that fometimes at
tends the hollile declarations of the Porte t
which gives reafon to think. that the Tur
kiih nation will'maintain the more tou
ragcoufly : their difpute and rights in the
field ot honour.' .The. Oitomaii army
which is to a "sTembTe, tinder the orders
df the Grand Viiier at the beginning of
'Aprti,' will be very numerous ; 'and if
until then the Tuikiflt corps of the north
ern provinces can flop Michelfon, n it cot
td be doubted that the next campaign Will
bpen with memorable fuccefs. ' and that
the Tuikr, animated by the 'examplo ofi
their powerful allies aud the remembrance
fit their own ie..OA-o( wilt pernips.foon
recover toe abioiute poiieiuon ot me pro.
vinces wnicn leuociian; iniriEtie or vnw
lence have w relied from them againit the
tatta 01 treaties.-, -' .
. .. .v r . . ....
Ftom th4 Ar. KPutoe MttrHstr tt AMI ii.
The following Is the Memorial lo which
Mfr-K.- SaundcM alludes in his. letters
whica we published yeitereayi or the un
, fortunate1 prisoners conlmed In the dun
jtorii of Carthagena -Tbe dupes or Anglo
Federal intr)ue and British policy. 1 How
ever we may lament the mUbrtunet of the
suHcrers, we must execrate the authors of
tbia ionimous eipeditidn. To what estate
- of dcRfadation ' and Misery would they re
duee their country had they once more
the power in their hand which they have
it. tin any man doobt, that the arma
ment was fitted out for the most ditnnroua
. v an & wicKed purposes, destined to bring ruin ,
nd disgrace uo our Kovcrnmehu , We
have the authority of"' Captain C. Carlo' t
name for the authenticity of this memorial.
Read it Americans-and shudder while you
read. ,-. s "' "
, MEMOKIAU v- " '"';-
The memorial of tweritv citizens of theU.S.1
ry in the dominions ef his Catholic Majesty
the kingjof Sptn, to tke -Prevident, Senate-
and House of RepreieataUtes, . -
rjheweth, that yoor memorialists are resi
dents of the 17. S. of America, and for the
most part of the state and city of New York,
and are part of a norrrbcr of men of the same
description, who were brought from K. Y. In,
l eUruary ut, in the ship Leander. Thomas
Lewii,' commander, tinder circumatanccs of
treachery and imposition that your memorial-
Ists will proceed to explain. Of the ship Lean,
der Samuel C Ogtlcn, Esq. has been known
for some time as owner, and that vessel has
alwaysbeen employtd by him in s forced trade,
for which purpose she has been heavily armed,
in consequence of which btr warlike equip
ment when she last left NY. excited no tut
ptcion on the part of the public ia general, ,
nor in th breasts oryoor memorialing, of any
ur.fair or. illicit, transaction. Of the whole
number of your memorialists, seme ware
attached to the vessel, some were employed
for military servics, and ethers for the exer
cise of their ordinary occupations and trades.
Those of the first description were shipped in
the usual manner, on a' voyage to Jacrael and
baaktoK. Yr-aod the rest were engaged by
Col. Wm. Smith, Mr. John Fink. Col. Wm.
Armstrong, and Mr. Daniel R. Durcing, to
proceed to New Orlcsna, under the command
of Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Dumtntr. who had
been appointed by government It wu said, to
carry thither a certain number of men as
guards to the mails. Under the Influence of
these engagements ycur memorialist em
barked at States) Island la the beglunlng of
rcoruary Jait, and were earned immediately
;io tea.. .". . . i - . '
6hortly after leaving the port it was diKovev
en mat (.eneral Miranda was on board, tote
her with a number, of rersens not belore
known to your memorialists, who appesrtdin
the character of officers, acting under his com
mand. - This discovtrvi as well as the devef-
epemtet of ibe duplicity' that ad twanifratry j
oetn employed in making known Ibe destin
ation ei the tttsei, buad in nttdiais srare
hensK tis ssd miatiust in a Itaatt dtgrie at 1
period when tctitat viss no losgtr rrkcticatlc
The ship:rpceederl on ier voyage U the
neighbourhood of.' Bermuda, was examined
by bisjariUnjcV .Majesty's frigate Cleopatra,;
Capu White, tho uffcred her to pass, not- -withstanding
hc$coyerj that she was laden
with arm and warlike siores apd arrived at
Jacmsiott the mh f February, where the
veiset remained.; until -the 27iJi of March
following f' ":ttr. r.:.-. ',' r h ;"-"
WDifrimr this interval much ducontent vat
L' occasioned', among" 'four memoiialists, inaa-
, mucn . aa -,tny .. now 10mm iuciukcivg m
' country, whither they had not undertaken nor
'expected to proceed astbey we're compelled
to exercise themaeWs in military dmyi under
' the most arbitrary exercise of power on thvpart .
. ofGen. Miratida, Coh Armstrong, jSc. Mr Uur-.
mag, prevetued irons writing loi&eir uienoain
theU. S. 5t kept in Ignorance as to (he utnmal e
Object of the eeerciaauiider which they auffer-
ed fc the hnal distlnalion ot tne veskeu . J ne
disgust and ranxTety piducedy hi severity
and compulsion, occasioned seme among your
memorioliats to attempt an ebcapo "to i'orwui
PrinceroT some other Port of jStvJJomingo, -where
they might receive assistance and pro .
teclion from their countryme'ni But the war
iness and precaution of those into whose powef
they bad been entrapped, bad prepared such
diligence in the patroles of the town, ait ren
dertd this effort abortive, and left them with
out . resource against .'the -.misfurtunejs that
awaited them. In Jacmel the schooners Ilea
ft; Bacchus of Philadelphia were employed to t
accompany tne ship in her voyage.' Un board
of these vessels your memorialwts were oblig
ed to embark," and left St. Domingo on the
27th March' After having touched at the is- 1
land of Aruba for refreshment, the three vex '
if Is proceeded towards the coast of Terra ,
Firma, between Laguira and Porto CabcjTo,
where they arrived on the S8th of April and
where the two Schooners in which your me
morialists wereembaiked, (being deserted by
.the Lslander having on board Gen; Miranda '
and others, who had. been most active in
fecting thov measure alicady detaika) wtr
captured by two. Spanish Cruisers and carried
into Porto Cabello, where all those taken hi
those two vessels were proceeded against tin '
der a Charge of piracy and portage of articles
contraband of war, inasmuch as there" were '
'found on board the aforementioned vessels,"
"mdkeH, abieS, ahd many other offensive '
wvapbris which had been placed there with'-'-.
out the bid,' concurrence or voluntary net of
yodr mktaorialit,lnany manner whatever '
On the 13th of )uly, this process was clo
sed by the Captain General of Car race at.
by a sentence condemning ten (who' were
considered to have been wilfully ' engaged)
ivuchiu uiuciccii iu cigiu years slavery at
Boca-Chica, a castle at the mouth of tbia bar.
bottr fourteen to tea years slavery at Oroc
in the province of Mexico ind fourteen to
ten years inpnaonment at ih island of Porto-
Rico.- .The. ten who received -sentence ol
death were hanged and beheaded fen the 8 Ut
ot July and your memonali-ta, together
with their companions sentenced to Poca
Chtca, with Others, who are -prevented 1f
sickness from joining in this memorial, and
two who hsve died in comequenre of severe
confinement and want of food fit for their
auppoit, were soon after removed to this
phtce, where they have been about three
month - Tour memorialists are in close con
finemtot tnd In fetters, and will remain o
until they, are separated and removed to their
respective stations at Omoa and Porto Rico. '
Your memorialists preditate tbeir rieht to
cMra the interference of eovrrnment in the
behalf, on the authentii ity a.td veracitv of
. 1 . l. nr . .
in miicuiciu nicy umvc one re a j ana to es
tablish these to your conviction, they brg
that the undermentioned persons wbo are
.'Informed of the intrigue exercised by Cot
Smith and othcts,bis associates, to the injury
of your mernoriaHsta, may be examined on
oath, 'vis. Mr. Daniel Kemper, of N. Y
whose sun was executed a Col. Marintta WiU
let, of N. Y. Mr. Brinckerboff, tavern keep,
cr, of N. Y. Mr. WnU Rutkdsre, hip ioin.
er, 01 s a.ir. oamnci vvinanip ana lr.
rrancie White, butchers, or N. Y. And to
authenticate the coercive measures under
which your memorialists suffered at Jacmtl
they bejr yoo lav be referred to Mr. Jamea'
Baker, Mr. Wm. Irving, Capt. Abbot, of the
brig Charleston Packet, Capt. Walding, of
cb'r Victory, all of Philadelphia, were there
at the time t and if it be proved bv the ioiat
testimony of these persona, that the rclatlco
of your memorial)
they have been
the cunning enc
and designing men, who sull remsin withia
the reach of the lew. in situations to b mad
responsible in their persons for tha eonfusioa 1
and misery they have' treated,' surely the in' V
tiocence of your memorialists will appear ewf-.
bcteotiy rnsnitest, and they will Still be con-.
eidered by the constitute! authorities of their J.
country,ntitled to lit protection and assis- '
tsncc. . Aod your memorialists will aver
r. S. In the sentence or your msmmatista -It
was mentioned, that should the United "
States er any of their friends arrest and de
liver up Miranda to the Rpanish government 1
ineythouio tie an restored tolibeHr, and a,
reward of SO.000 dollars paid. Youf memo-' "
riallata havi embraced severs! opportunities r
tor tne conveyance 01 this memorial to youe
honorable body, directed to aenlkmen resid
ing la Boston, Ncv.Yoik, Pbiladctphia andj
Baltimore. , . .
FOR SALE. . . . '
Liverpool Salt .,, . .'- '
Tcbacco Pipes, in Crates and Dovrs bv
isy if. 1UU.MAI111IDAU.
so persons, that the rclatlco J
diatsbe worthy or credit, that "
betrayed and entrspped by :
ngines of specious, . needy ' Si
u ..'.II ..! ' I