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' ji r: 's 'i'Capt Hig'gms, o'.the. ship iiabellaj jarriy
7 - c4icfdai 4p;(y ;fVpm Bordeaux ha
;r, i favoi'ed the . ediipr of "the;; jew"-Yofk,,Ga
, .telte, Willi jftorneau.x pa pep to tnc juin .A- i
. , pril? and Pam gazette to ihe ?6th.; Frorn.
; . ' , these we bare extracted every article which
V;Vvr-7.'.'appeaVa to possess any interest. .The 7"0th
'5 , Bulletin, though it announces nothing of im.
P '?portance," is' given At length, in this 4ay
Gazette .,, :r' ;',i-v''v' "i '"'
;-rt-r: v ThelParif $rgu of April 2S, in annottrfc-
v ; ' log the neVJaof the rejection i of the. British
.., treaty toy the President of the V. S. makes
- . , the following remarVs; v ; f. ' ": "XV'i
" The American show themselves more
ii-fC: ''jealous , than eveVt"ortalajn 'thetr- maTa
t xV lime independence. ;. TneFfenc" Imperial,
t 4' decreVwhicli ordered the confiscation of all
'vtt- ' . English merchandize found in the ports 'oc
cupid by the French armies ' had excited,
.'-Vj ' i, apprehensions that someAmericah proper-,
. i ; tf tniuht be involved in it ( jbnt the explana-
. ' tion since given, have fully satisfied the 'm'eiv;
v '.? "', . cbant of th"e United Stateiil ' All new com.
lL ing from; the Continent of jKarope is gredw
'iLiyly caught pp there". Front this eagerness it
v 1 4 may be seen th'a the nations "apparently the
: greatest; strangers to inis wan nave a.sxai
intereirjn the success of the cause of the
French, and' the Americans, above 'all have :
already 'to congratulate i themselves thaHhe;
grtiatsess" of the ''efforts which 'the English i
gverhinentisbVligedtomake against France..'
oblitfei it to relax from the tyrany ' which it
; eiteixised over their trade. ' - 'j .'tit
' - ' GRWD'ARMT."":1
" 1 r SEVENTIETH BULLETIN. )'t
j r. n '' l' ' rinckehsteini 9in April. "'
;'"' A parly of 400 ,P,rts.siahs,; who had em.
bailed at Konigsbe'rg, ha .debarked pn the'
1? . . ehiisula opposite Pilau, and' advanced to-'
;. ' V ;-f ' wiis the irilage; of .CartshergM-; ' Main
V ';. ; fjernaed, aid-de-cimp to" Marshal Lelebvre,'
, ' j prticeedcd for that point witnlwme men.
;.. ::U ; ,i jjf : Jus w" ably manoivered as 1 to carry, off!
1'7-S D f ' 7 1 tl:t"400 Prussians, amongst whom were 120
several ttussian regiments nave entered
vtV.c ciTv of Diintzic by water. The Earri-
eon has made Several sorties" The F.oTiih'
lcViort of, the North' and Trince Michael
'Rmlzivil,' who commands it, have distin-'
iftiiahed themselves.' 'They have roade'ubout
40' of the KiiWiani prisoners. The sige is'
-continued wittCvigor.'lhc artilleryjor ithas.
: There .ii'hothiihg new at the different points
or tliej, army. .1 U ' ; , ,
1 The Emperor is returned fi-om an excur
" sion he lias madft td Manenwerder," and to
, the' ' lete-de pont bnthe Vistula.', He- has
reviewed the 12th regiment of li(;ht infantry
till 111? liUaiWfl U IMUJIIMIrtlH C. ;, y ,
The (tround, the lakes, ofwhich jhe coun
try is full, and the rivers have begun to thaw.
There is not, however, the smallest appear
,' a'bce'of , vegetation.': ' ' ' ' .
Z'jtmart, (Zweitn) Abrxl 8.
The month tf he Oder? to be declared
in avs'.atet)f llocktc'e.
t , -.
The greaiest thnqullity now prevail a.
rb"tirTdij!. "V Tbe 1uiul of freebooters which
had 1M wmstc'scvcral dUtrictrbn fte tight
, bonk of the Hhir.e, uppcars to be dirted.
" Its chief Pons'tlle f l!oitl, hat diiapprartd
and notVithstaiiding all the jxmce his been
Ai to do in concert with tha different n'rich-
. ' botiKnttf prinrs u 'discovery1 yet been
mittt eiilier of liU'.cttieut or llut of setcrVl
of hi act6nit)liCi's - ' 1 . . ' ! ', 'V l-
A torus oC r'rtiitli If uss.trs hich had been
moutiTcd and equijipcd in the to'wn of Erfurib,J
' liave just set iT Jur.the grand army. , uer-
man troops have Un been organised in .that,
town,' Tor the Frjnh service and have seV.
ont on their niardi (t Pnihiia.' A detach
ment of troups nf .the Tt'ince rrimataaie iLe
only remaining qncs it Etfurtfi. ."
" ' Jupiurgh, April 1 4.
Letters which .have teac bed ns together
from Auitria, Bohemia, Sakony and other
p4rts t! Germuny all assert that the Emne.
' ror f Husaia'hai; at IcnRtb d,eicrroined. to
.......Qcept the. mcditatiun of .Austria! already -
accepted by 1 ranee and Prmua, for, the re
' eiuoli'thnient of He continental peace. .It
Ts' addtd that the" Journey of the ' prince 'of
Itichtei stein into F'-ndt and that of gen.
C'tfrke n'lhe French. head qitarten,',are re
lative thit object.".' The letters from Mu.
1 Rich in particuUf, say that peace is looked
tipnd there ai h'lRhly probable ; it appears'
. -however, difficult for it to be' concluded be-
fo e the opening gf the campvgn.-r
vV . . , ' , , . April 19. .
The letters fmm Vienna all tci atiursnce
of peace. M We( have reod with , a Krtst
1 dial of surprize. In ifinie public papers," iy
. B'unno'ni rt:ii"g,',:e p' me icncr, " tnat an
i Austrian, army wnt'ii'mjjj to atkenihle in
i UppcNAuiUta. There It as much fulsity in
this fiews, as in tlit or the'bppioiicliinix de
' r prtufe of tlif French gafrWop of Brannau
and- the drlivery of that' fortress to pur
. - trwip.1 The frite of Brawiau it irrevocably
' .jiiKicd ti that .f Caterln. 1 he moM perfect
v a'frret'inent sutinisit .upon the siibjert be-
twt en tht hout ofoAuwirla and tht conrt of
-I;rante.'' - i - -
A r cording' ti the latest iiitellij'.enre from
the Nortlt, tl stems t( be gcncraliy lelicud
"':' ' ,. ''. -:
that Sweden is endeavouring to corns ta an
accommodation with France the inaction
of the .respective troops in Swedish Pomera-
9jat and the discontents which nave broken
out between the Swedish cabinets and the
courts of London and Petersburgh, seem to
ive.seme consistency tthee rumours. n-V
i ii. ySerlia, April A 4. bC
In order lo )e . nearer the fortresses iw
Graudentz and Danick,"the &ieg of tvistch
s about to be carried on With new vigor, and
fur iho purpose of protecting the .corps Who
it. vest those places, the grand army haa ta
ken the following positions X j' ,;; i'i ,
I he rnnce of Ponte. Corvo occupies
BrnunsberK, .Elbift and Holland t his line
of operations extends along' the passage, to
the mouth of thaC riveK" Marshal Sould is
ported at. Lelbstadt and its vicinity ' he guards
ti the Passaire , Marshal Ney occupies
Gastadt and environs t h-is line of operations
is the (Vile ' he hasbehind him the Upper
part of the passage. ?$-"tfi-'
; Marshal, Davousty ,head-iqtiarter ;.ar6j,Kt
Delterswald, a lrgc village situated 00 the i
Pa8Bge Jpne of his divisions occu pies .'the' B
upper part pf the Alle and the littljf town of
Allenstein, which has been pat id sate of
defence another division is posted at llot
henstein and its vicinity. ! Marshal Masscha
is atPttltusk: his division has receivei conw
siderable reinforcements and is one pf the
niost nnm'eroua. r '.f'Z ::y'CVi ?
t Between the , Marshal Massenaiani hw
voust, is a corps of Poland cavalry.' ho
have already proved, on different occasions, A
that they have not degenerated from their
ancestors. ,Th besiegingl torp?, around
whom the grand army forms a semi circle,
is ih: a great measure composed ; of Polish.
Badenese, Hessian and other confederated
troops.4 The grand depot of the army is at
Thorn t . the principal hospitals' are at Gil
genbourg, Malwa, kc. . The Russians are at '
OsteUbourgi Pastenheita, Mablsack, Keenigs
burg) Ikc ;. - v i
r' ' " ' : ' Is" I;' f:
Considerable advantages -are reported to
have been obtained by the Tbrks and Per
slans over the Jlussiansi i7 Gen. Michehon.
it is said, has been driven from Wallacbia
by Mustapha Bayractar, who has taken from
bim 12 pieces of cannon, and has made 800"
prisoners. On another side, the Turks have
enteced .the Crimea and the Persians are
seizing the moitt imponant passage (of the
Caucasus. . 1 . , s
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' ' ."' t AM,- jtptljX
' .., . WejWait whn impatience for the news of
peacVor kf great battleEvery thing Is
ready' A single took "of the Emperor will
determine.We re informed that tht Rus
sians havo divided .'their "army into three,
grand divisions t one will Be commanded by
tbeKmir of 1'russia, thtf tentre by Prince
Contantine, and theightVrlng of Bcnning-
". The King has been informed officially; it
It said,, that the bublime Torts has ac
knowledged, him as King of Naples, and has
enjoined the, Barbary, powers to respect the
Neopolitan subjects, and to return all the
slaves of that nation. . 4J ti , ,f-
' J A v' 1 .-; Henna; Uh April.
This dsy's Court t.asefte contains some
intellicence from iTurktyv' "The , Russian
Gefliral Mafcndorff has received some rein
forcemen's Wh of ,men nd cannon, and
has drawn near Ismail In order to form the
siege of it but without having the more in
timidated, the Turkish garrison.' Central,
Michel ton asks fiirTimforrtrntnta $ the gsr
ritons of Crimea are drawing off 10 be suit
tbhun. ., ,
Other intelligence direct, from CoMtantU
nople, mention that the courts of Morocco,
Algiers, and Tunis have Issued orders to their
corsairs, to capture all RutUans and English
vessels. - ' . .
- . '' ' lnril U.
; The rumors that Were altoat that the Eng
lish squadron had again patted the strairhtt
of the Dardanelles, and Uras in the 'lea of
the Marmora, appear entirely void of fotmv
dstion. The last letters Vrived from that
capital make no mention of it they speak
only of the vigorous preparations which the
Porte is making to assume the cfl'cnsivt a
esintt the army of ichtjt.vn. Troops r-
1! tita in great. mimUrs dyr Asia, and. ar
sent torwaru towarot me army ,01 wmcn tnt
Grand Vizer. must by this ;!ne bsvc taken the
conirhand. Every thing anaotincei that he
campaign will shortly pen. ' '
The garrison tf Ismail U numerous, well
provided and determined to defend itself to
tht last extremity.' The Rustlant, to whom
the possession of that placj would be of the
greatest importance; appear to be desirous
tf hastening the Ie of it.telort Ihe' Turi
kish Irmy cln put fuelf in movement to sac
cour it. They have rclimmished all attacks a
gainst Cieurgewo.' . ; " " . . f
' Thelmpcdimeiits which the English throw
In the way of our trade and the nsviestion
of our ships In the Adriatlr, have excited the
attention or Government, it is asserted that
Very. serious representations have been made
upon this subject to the lUiiith Cabinet, and
fhot several conferenres hste bteh held tip
on it between count Madlon ind Mr. Adair,
the Ehglish ambassador - ' ' '
- ." ' .. V (Ciittiti de Front t. : .
., , . ' ' , t Zurich Tth. id."
, The alowneilof the If clyctic government
tofurnMi its quota of tlitn rtouired to com
plcte the Swin regiment in the letvict tt
France ; the nfficera of which the Emperor tl
iad already began to appoint, has produced
tome disagreeable communications, in which
his Majesty expressed his displeasure to the
Chief Magistrate, and'the Administration of
the Cantons. The following;circular letter,
addressed by general Vial, his Majesty's
Envoy, to the constituted authorities, exhibits
the complaints of his Imperial Majesty It is
dated Jan. 1 5.' . - .V ' !:.
I have received from his majesty the em
peror of the French and king of Italy,,a po-,
silive order to declare to the Landamraan,
f and to the Cantonal Administiations, that
f bis majestf in naming tnree mouths ago to
the officers ot the awiss regiments W . . . ,
flatter himself that the Swiss like their ail
cestbrs sought the new service with zeal and
eagerness ; but his Majesty 's hope have been
disappointed ; it must be owing to unsuita
ble arraneementsr or intneueali or unwiK
Imgnets, that the formation of these regl-
meuts have not been executed. His Majes
ty knows the Swiss, and knows that 'five
sixths wish to enter the French service ; but
that .difficulties, and Iberhaps: prcmiditated
delay, fetter the success of the formation of
those reeiments, by which his Majfesty' in-
'tended to draVr still closer ,the relation be
tween Switzerland ana J ranee, to tne ad
vantage of "the former. A In thu state Of
things the uiioersigned envoy is oraerca 10
declare, that, if the 16,000 men which, ac
cordint; to the contract, should compose the
- . - j
regiments, are notcompieteo tne nrsi 01 wiay,
the Swias will be tonsidpred as having re
nounced the advontfiges if the convention,
and that France will regard, tho with regrety
thealliance as broken.' '. i'- h M
y 1 : i i M The Ambassador of his MJea
'' ' ; f the Emperor f the French
I'jail King of Italy, neaf' the Swiss
:f . cantons. - - i, "!
' tSlrniedl . VIAL."
S r0M A LqWDOM 'PAPXK.V' ? &.
SECRET CORRESPONDENCE. - '
'A young lady liewly married, being obliged
" to show to her husband all the letirs she
w rote, sent the following to an" intimate
"' friend t 1 :.- '.-r, - V '
v ." 1 canndt be aatisfiedy by debrest friend, s
blest as, i am in: the matrimonial 'atate,
unlets I pour into yocr friendly bosom,
whith has eVer been in unison with' mine,
the" ? varioul sensations '"- Which ' swell
with- the ' liveliest emotions of pleasure;
my almost bursting heart. I tell yoti iny .dear
husband is ' the most", amiable f : men
I have now been married' seven weeks, and
have never found the least 'reason to
repent the day that joined usMy husband is
both in person slid manners-far fr. resembling
ugly, trots,' old, disagreeable, and .jealous
monsters, wbo think by confining to secure ;
a wife it is' his maxim -to treat as ,a
bosom friend and confidant,- and not as a
nlav-thlnc, or menial stove,' the! woman
chosen to be his companion. ' JSYuher, party,
he says,; should alnys'wey implicitly j
but each yield to the. other by turns
. An ' ancient maidetv aunt, near seventy,
a cheerful, venerable and pleasant old lady,
lives in the house with us she is the de
lieht of both TOunK ahd old t she is tl
Vil to all -the ' neighbourhood "round,
generous an I charitable to the poor.
Iamconvinc'dmyhusband loves 1 nothing more
than he does me; he flatters me more
that! the glass t' nnd his intnvicalibrt,
(for so ' must call the excess of his loire)
often makes me blush for the unwotthinesa
of its object, St wish 1 totild be more deserving
of' the man wfioso "name I bear. To
lay all in one word my dear Mary, and to'
crown the whole', my former gallant lover
Is now my indulgent husband i my fondness
is " returned, and I' miRht ihsve " had
Prince, without the felicity I find in
him. Adieu I may you be as blest as I am tin
able to . wish that t could be' more
happy.- ;; . : ; :
N. B. The key 10 tbe above letter, Is to
read the firsrtndeery alternate line only.
. 500 Dollars Reward.
WHEREAS an kttethpt 'wal made
on the evening bf Saturday the Ig'h
Inft. to fel fire fJ thit town by (wine evil
minded perlon or perfoni- The above re
watd will be paidonconvtflioo of the In
cendiary to any one who will lodpe inch
information is may tend tnjhe difcovciy.
of the offchdef oi:cnendcr7,and dcvclopc
an attempt fo truly diabolical. V; ; . ,' v
. '.. B Order of the" Commiffioners,
"Th t-CALLLNDER, T. Vr
: Jane 30. u n., .V, ' : ,
i!;;r "JamcsUshcr" "
HAS jufl recelyed and; ipcncd,a fmsll
confignmentoi Irelh Summer Goo.lt
from -Philadelphia, confining of lunJ
fomeCsllicoei, tamboured Muflini, Cam
bricks, Ac which will be difpofed of on
teafooable terms' for ' caflij produce,'' or
notes at futy dayi, ncgoclable tl the Cf c.
FearBink. ' ' -.I ' ' ' "".'.
" jun jo. -':: : ' ,;; '.
TWENTY.F1 VE orthln; Cordl of
Pine Fire. Wood,' 10 be delivered tm
. mediately, (or which cifli will be given ;
the fubfetiber will alfo contract . for the
.fame quaality to be delivered monthly;
N. W, KUUULtS.
No. t, R. Bradley'i Wbuf.
.New. Goods.' : "
rPBE subscriber informs the inhabitants of
Wilmington and its vicinity,' that he hag
for the present, taken Mr. 3' G.""Wrigm'
stored in- market-street,, below Mr. Scoit's,
where he offers fur sale on the most reasona
ble terms, a very general assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c &u viz. Callicoes, Silk
and Cotton' Cbambrays, figured and plain
Canibrickt, and Lenaus, Book and Jacqucnet
Muslins, figured and plain Ginghams, Cam-
brick, Dimity; . Silk and Cotton Stocking,
Bandannah Handkerchiefs,' Velvet Ribbons,
Cotton Pic Nic Mitts and Sleaves, Patent
.Suspenders Silk and ' Cotton Umbrellas,
Men's Silk and Chip Hats, fashionable Bon-"
. nets, Linen, Long Lawn, Grandarills, Cotton ;
Cassimere, Silk for Gentlemen's Coats, Su
perfine Black Cloths, Drab Cassimere.
Thread, Tapes, kc: k&"Tr J
Old French Brandy, Lisbon, Sherry, Claret,
Madeira Wines and London Porter v '
tr!n '1T Almonde,' Raiscfns, Prune st
Figs, Olives, Anchovies, Capers, FishSauce
Spanish and American' Segars; Tobacco in
papers for chewing and smoaking, Maccabor
.and Scotch Snuff,"8tc. &c'J;"'-t'rf::f?P!5
J ' AMhe "ubscriber has taken great ckre in.
the selection of the above articles and Intends
aelling at the most reduced prices for cash
uuiy, ne naucra nimseu mat many who have
heretofore bought on a credit will find it ad.
vantageous to purchase of him. ';
y ? ; THOMAS WRIGHT.
1 he ichooner Threo '
Pollies, D.Elliot maf
t'er. For freight or "
N. W. RUGGLES.
fa' t Nbl, R.Bradleyi
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THOSE per foni who have - any ac ,
counts again It .the . (ubfcriber, will
fleafe to render the fame kli . Mr. John;
Barclay, and all thofd vvh'o are Indebied to,"
me aie requeued to mako immediate paj
nent; ' , 'y i.-.'- :;;-r: ;.r,
- May 28. . ; V at ; G. 1 BEkR Y. ! '
,;'' v ; ; ' "
, ; The American Brig
MinerVaj James Cleve.
land tisfler. - For Cabirl
freight or pa (Ta gej apply
to ihe faiallcr on boats
or to - , ,, .
GILES &t BURGWIN.
June 23. -i
Ten Dollars Reward;
'ANVAWVY fiom the fubfetiber od
the ta.-April tall, a ncgici man tit
About live feet five iiicnc high, Uout i ade .
and flutter! fdmewbat in his fpcech bfan. '
ded on his bteaft sy,itH the letter K. . Hal '
on when he wtht away t. blue jltket !
and homefpun trottretsfuppofed tobe'- ,
harboured up the N. E. or Hi W. ,RU .
Vtrs. Whoever will dtliveMhefaia E
phraim to ih'o fubferiber or in thfe Wil
tnirgtob jil, (hall receive ihe above reward -and
all reafonatle expencei by . , ' '
June. . t- W. KEtiDIE. '
To tie Let orSold '
. .' . 0 Kltral and ociommoajtir. term. Jt -
rTHEhoufe and plant ition belotiglng;
. X ; to William Grave Berry, IS$. for
merly the property of Mr. Langdup, Ct
uatedon the foopdj and about eight of"
hino miles from VVilinington the hand
lome fltoatlon of it it a tlciirabl retreat
at this fcafoo of the year for the refidence
of a gentleihan'a family. The plantation
Cflniaihi about 400 acies of land, part of
bUh.haaben planted and ftoducH t-
ccllent coin.,- . ,
' The fioell fifh and y iiett (Jft tna coaft, 1
wiih feveral other niceflaiiei and luxutiea '
of -tfe are produced in abundance. - ; -
,Tbe hotifecpr.fitlingof a Hall 18 by -0 .
feet one . adjoining chimbcr and imafl
clofct, a pantry and dairy on the fjj ft floor,
and two apartmenit bh the fecond 1 la in
f ood order, and the houfe ou.ite it for the
nifnedlile reCe ptltft of a genteel family.'"-"""
For futthcr patticulari apply to ' '
..' . . .'. John "Barclay.
May 19 , ' , - , , '.
r For the year 1806;
"TOTICE i hereby given, thai : the
r fubferiber U ready to rective lhe
Tales for the fear jSotf, and calls upon
.all concerned to make payment at foon al
poftible he toillatteod regularly al hit
office to tecciVe the fameand at the' eh
ruingeteclioa will Ve prepared with thl
lift for the purporf of receiving tsiei.
"Juce i- "".Wu. NUTT ShrT. .
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