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the. -Atncrican government.'' Far from tVis,
its communication wasuimtdutely follow
Vtd b;y overtures of ccammfd.ttioni which,
i ' thoutrn productive ol KiO positive arrange"
Hf - . meat; aid riot, make, imattcrs worse than
J ! they found ttawu - -VVr; "" '''"' ' .
V j , . Oi the 22d of August last I Was honbr
l ted with a full exposition of the vicwYatid
r ffincjples which had govcnwd," and which
' ahouUi continue "to "govern--. hii majesty's
V Hv. "''policy in relftion -to the Unite ( States, and
jn this we do not find the slightest trace of
'V. complaint against the provisions of tfie lav
. in question. vIs' .;: '
r 1 ' At a period later than the 2 2d of Au'
1 trust;' ku American sjiip.-destined to par
"of. Spain Vas captured by a French prira
T'leer. ,i An1 appeal wa3 made to his raajesi
tv minister o war, wno navm nimuutea
,1, x ...the case 'received ordersv to , Ubere'qJlx
- metican 'vmek'dtttined it Sparu'$fcjortstt
) T which had not. tottdtidfhk inpe'riddKreet.,
V Another Amjerican'ship att a" point of
" v time still later than the capture of thejjre-
? 3 .h Uedinias.Wttit Sato the port boa-1,
j v onne, out aavwg vieuiea no iaw; oi iu
f ' ftlaiestyas.acquitted.by'his couneilofl
' . i- ' In the long conversation fjiad the, honor;
I . - V folding , with your ; EUehcy;m the!
i . .'9rtv'nf Tantiarvv no idea of renrisal was:
i. '- "onaintained by you nor suspected by me
',' V foot) on thecoBtrary, in'speaVjng; of ;! thei
- , . i Seizure r American property ,in ppain, ;
' v you cjtpressly' declared, that: it was riot a1,
- ., 'V, Can pro6K.be tn6re conclusye. that
"( 'ft(m the first' "pn$'iulgai.ion of the ' law ,
ixqvnx to uie xatn vi January wst, nouting
ihother rettin? tofeuf bnatncli la
j. ..; ... I am tirk lie.' &c; -
Honorable -R Smith., Vc-i'V-.'- '4
-. . r..- ' r J- ',t .'
: - .' TaAtyoth March, 810.
. SiiwTbe nited State v fishing to falfj
their engagements; lo the .holders ,f the
public debt in lOllaqd, but unable from, the
present ute"jTcommerce to do so by the ,or
dinary mode '-'of remitting biUYof tschnDge,
foutiif it 'ptcestarir to enter into Xontracli
with certain- merchaaU or the kaid states,: to
make remittance In tohdtcr 'A cargo o W
article was accordingly put on boaM the A
merican'thlp Hera,' and uUpatched for the
port of Tooningea in Denmark, with orders
that the net proceeds should He placed in the
haadtofihe American bankers la Amstcr.
dam for thft jphrpose abovf mentiohc'h4
passage uaiui veen Ulltominuiil Jivurai7
the ship muck darrtaged and the ere w quite
exhausted,; the Captain believed ;U to be his
,duty; on t,lie j?ritrcjplfi of self preseratibhV to
enter : the , first port he could .make. He ac
cordingly entered that of tbe Teset, and,
ter hiving taken oh board two pilo's and be
ing within the fourth buoy," Was "dapjured by '
4 boat belongingto a French prjvstee'r.V 'St
ini ioc cuiiainary papers, allot wnicn are
in rule, the Hero sailed cinder ; certificate,
granted by the govern meat; that the voy age
was mderufcen; foftKe: purpose Ceffcctinj
U-l hate ih94ght,'irj that the peculiarity of
tnese circumstances tnade it proper tot me
to ask a special decision of his maie'siV in
tbiVCase,: and with ihtei ' vuew'.lwi the ho
noropslTering to yoor excellency the present
latgnrjl i i JimiN Alt i itUU. V'
,curttd to produce 4 change ix i his opinion. I fSliv-I bad yesterday tbe honor, of tUtine
1 know aott but the confidence I feci in I to ymir excellency tbe Case of the' American
the bpen find loyal policy of hi - Majesty, h'P H:rt ahd requesting thereon his tnsjes.
iy s aecision., -1 nave now, mat m iniurtuing
hy l.the nature 6f renrisal was .contemplated Un IxctUtn ht Dm fcCntott i
v by hi Majesty j) ::--'i .i-;--. Cm A.-- ,-4.4rv
' ;r;Vha tirctttntance: may ndve since 6t t ':.'-. "C-'v?:'i& March 8!0,t
altogether eicludcs th idea, that; th j rule
was merely found for "the; occasion, and
( made tb justify' seizures, 'not otherwise
jusfifiable. ;V fet ' ' .'';'. 'V
I brav votir xlxcellencv to accent, fee. fccl
- r-(Signed)r JOHN ARMSTHONG: "
JW Lxctucncy the Vue of Cttaorc :r
.minuter oxteriir Relatione' -.'J
:'.-':'. '!)' ,' ' .:''i',!-v: f U'.Vv'v$-
Jtxtraci of a'letter from gentra Armstrong' t
, Jr. ioiitA, Jterf Peru, Jfird, 1810.:
After seven weeks detention in Esgland,
the John Adams has at length' got back to
France. She arrived ia the roada of Havre
. en the 2fl'h ultimo. '
. .1 informed Mr. Cbampsgnr, 1st. that Mr.
1 Piakney bad not besn ible to send by thif
, onveyante the. result of his application to
'h llritUk eorernmejitconcaminBthe blocks
.' adea of France prtot to the Berlin Decree )
but that he hoprd .to be able t scnd-Tt to a
' lw days by ' another conveyance Snd 3d.
that if he (Mr. Chatkpagny) hi any thing to
t communicate whith would have any effect of
Changing the" present relations of the two
' countriei, and1 which he. wished to be early
kbown to the Uhited States, he J would do
well to let The know it in 3i hours, at the
messenger would '.leave ' Paris wiibin that
-time. To this mctsuge I received the foJ-
;, lowjng answer t That M for some days paU
' nothing in the nature of business end uncon
- ' sected .with the marriage of the .Emperor
eould be ttsnsicltd t end that far some days
to come the same csvlte of delay wuld con
tinue to operate that my letters were still
' . before the Emperor, that be would .eite the
' ' flnt rooroent to get mi some drc'uion in re
'. lation to them, .Thiii yon see thaj every thing
'. if yet in air. ; " '-";-
; . . . -a . . - ( " ;." '
Zxtrocl tf a Utter JroM Gtnretrmitrnjf ti
Mr, Smith, dated Far!i1th )n7,18lO, .
' The Emperor left Paris two dy s" ago for
St. Cloud, whence be goes to CoPRae.
'where he will remain till Easter.' .-it is not
' probable that I shall have m answer to my
. propositions till he returns to Paris. The
dv before be set out be csvc me a this to
' carry myself and Ctroily to the Uciied States.'
f The' tninUter recommended thht I should
, uofpin myself dawn to a day as to departure,
at eirtumxttncit miAl me 1 it prtftr for me U
aiflf tomevhol lengtf than I wm inttmki,
' The treaty between Prance and Holland was
, ' tMtiScd the 30th March, end will be publish
ed this day ia Holland- 1 em assuitd that It
.V contains tbe following article I
. ... fjl the merchsndixe conveyed Into the
- BortS of Hollaod on board Americsn veutls
einee the first day or January, 1 803, shaJJ be
wot under sequestration, subject to the dipe
aitiooof Frsnce, according to circumaunces,
and tbe fo!;ticsl relations .with ibe, Vaiud
v etates." -'-'.'- '" t ' 't .-i'
, v ;n see bv the tony enrlosed of a
decree of the king of NspUa, that he hsa put
hit gains beyond tbe reach of negotiation.
The ports of Prussia are opened to our com
werce. .Avoid both rmssia and' Denmark
' w'U too have other assurances." -
: ' Sifr-The John Adams beiaa, yet detajnej
V .'I m able to infona you, that on the IHh
a - . . .a. ... ,i;r.rn-t the as e of all
t . J- -..! iiV.n In the porta of
i ..4 th..t iha tnoneTBriimf tUrttroro
f thouJJ be plsced n his tm itr. H has
. Z refused to give up the
$ ders4 that tbe case be brought be ore the
1 council of priies, where en ndemnanon nt
1 . . ;. ' t aend a eopr of a note
ccsaarur . . ,.,t
hicl Ibia iineieir wi
you that t ttUmber of American ship com
ing directly from the United States 'iqhi
port of Naples, uadrr a promise of a pro.
lection of ;,bi rnaieaty jthe king,' have not.
wit hsiendinf been" seized and thelf cafgoti
soi(j v r-tbtbenent or the use.". -Nor does
the injury atop here. ,ThoUgh thus deprived
of all means of subsisting themselves, tbe
captains , have been obliged to 'Subsist the
crews (amounting, nearly to JtiO men and
are now menace ! whh a farther exaction
for port Charges. ? This in he strong lan
guage of one of the sufferers, is literally te
strip them naked, and then to demand from
them the expence of doing so, ''As the con.
SUlaf" agent of the United States at Naples
has made several unavailing representations
on this aubjectrjo the &ng and that he has
reason to believe that the sjiiem of wh'ich
this is a branch, emanates from his maiestv
the Empcror,'it becomes my duty to submit
the facta to your exrenency and : to .seek
through your intervention, such correction
of the evil ae humanity and hittice msy'
conspire to dictate. A remark which equal-
ly applies to the Crews of the ships csptursdJ
in Spain snd Naples,' is, that should the Vcs
sett te which they balong be confiscated,'
means ought tone a Horded them of rrturn
ing to their country In this etent therefore,
1 have to propose to your excellency that
two or more ships be put at thcdi. position
of the nearest Aonertran Consul, and -peri
mlttcd to -sad to' the United States under
bond, for tbe amount of theiswaluatlon res.
pectiveiy. .. "
. .. ; l am, sir, fce. - '
-.. Signed) ( JOHN ARMSTRONG.
K. . the Duke of Qadt'e, ' - V . - '
i rx ; TUESDAY, JUNE SS,'l gld.
- l The time for decision is how come.' The
letter of General Armstrong to the Duke of
Cadore (Chahipagny) in reply to his Verbal
message, announcing .the attrocious deter
mination of his Emperor,' speaks a language
of spirit, remohsti'ance and truth ,whkj re
fleets honor on himself as aMinistcr and on
the nation he represents. It is only to be re
gretted that such spirited and dependent
language. -ha? . not -been' sooner used. 'It
would certainly have been rtibre hondrabte to
his mi.sion and would probably hare - drtet
red the Great Robber 'of thij' . .WdMd Ti-ora(
some-Of-bis iiBiustifiabla violations of ;Ame'
' rican tightM.l.:Napoleoh'hWlial' completely
jthrown the gauntle'treatlng with contemp.
tijous,idefiance thc.J Amerfcah' nation,' and1
'il-.'...f..i" 4.l s'u'.;
mcnt i yThat' Congress1 will be (Concerted is
probable "paragraphs. 4;papers "hear- the
seat ot government strengthen tbis eipecta.
tion.VlBut betur' for the people would it be,'
that he msmbers ef it remain scparata,'than
assemble! uiile'slr forthe tiurpose of exhibit-
uig cunpucfc more vigorous ana energetic
than can bevfbund ta their last session. 'Mr.
Madison tannoieani tf enectiner anbtlier
Embareo, then'wh'y shbald Jhe convene on
.gfest if h does not intsend to rpedn.mend,'a
ent 'nature front wstrwuona'ott: but cam-
jnerce' t Vhv -
iWe bore breat gratification 'incontmbnU
eating to the publici that , we hate authoTi y
to state, that Wiitfaii GasToa, Esq .will of
fer himself axamlldaie at tho ensiaasr Au
gust ele(5tiori,to rcDrjescnt this district m the'
Congress of the United States,.. t . f
date'to' represent the Newlwrn Contrressioaal
District in the hcxt Congress of- the United
vmencan? ; , Aner rcaoing vencrax jrm
stwg!e letter, read the .two following para-
graphs from ..the, Dempcratic- Baltimore
Whig What think you of this Editor's
patriotism, or, of his brother, the'cx-colonel
Juanc'si j,, v-jW's rH ':'-"-iY
Z.J At greater tkfltuih, the gteale the'libel.'
V It is supposed that Champagnyrs letter ,jto
Gen Armstrong', is cohderancd bulhls Mns
ficldean maxinhi Itt contalnsxauch truth,
not we confess, withoiltkan;iuslent raaiinerY
out wgrtai is tne truth, -v-
<ainng at tnatit yet iwUortflnlt t'tamtt
" Mettwho'can be very com twsed at Dridsh
impvrsstnents,-who look pn tho attack of,
the Chesapeake Vnh'eold inditference are
brimful of honor and feclihg at the Duke of
Cadore " letter. ? This blustering is a genui.
in proof cowardice ye have waited ia
hopes oi secmg the mtrrjiretrntatione in
this' famous1 letter exposed but we have
waited in vaio. ' .' ..' .
. ' ; : port -or wrLMiNGTOTf. - n
: .Ciihsrii Agftia, Cub P'ay.'W.ckt, F
HtffJ Reiuro, Hojie, Phil.deipbia v,V
: . y-V LEAKED. T
8chr. P.(tr,Wifki, NW-Yv "' " "
. " . mm m wi jmi igai e J i J -P J ..ssia. m .
- 11. f . ' ' - .
. mmmmmwmMmmmummmmiAmmmmmmmmU , .f )
, 1 NEW AND CURIOUS .
EXH INITIO, N,.i;.
the AcABiten fitted uh itt eemmedict - ,
I dnd ftccent manner for the ftitrflOMe j ''"-Y;
; This EvsaiKft,THtfRsoAT, !c Fbidat next-
'This performance, which has procured tt - -its
author the most favorable encouragement I'" ?
in every part of the wbrld whereto has 'tie -ml
hibited, -consists in new and pleasing Philo-
u pofitieal Experiment Mechanical Centriv? : ' ,
ancet, 'Mtigit JTrft ana Deerjitimt. qxkh eov. '
In every performance.: 'will bfe introduced1
many striking novelties. ""2! .
t Performanca t CPmmcnc at JS. Vcl6ck' V
- ' . PRICES CURRENT. t ,
Dacon lb 8 1 D'-ef bt. 9 a 10 1 Corn. bush.
87 1 Cotton, lb. 13 a J 4 j Flour; bbl.'6 a 30
rUiveed.cask 9 1 Boards (li e inch) 1 000ft
6 a 8; Scantling at Timber rqusr butelS i
ShlnHca,' 3 a 3 Si t Stave, (w. o. hhd.) 95 i
Red Oak do White O kbbb Is Is Tar,
1 25 1 Turpentine 2 75 1 Pitch 3 $0 ; Bice 2
$0;'Stlt, 60 a 70 t Tovaero 10131b 4 50 a 5.
V FOR SALE, . ' f
On vrrt tttuenabU And acrommojjtinr ttrsif,
Am excellent light Indon built Cptca k
an handsome Paatoe, . .;
I am also diipoed to sell a very convenient
Jsatcr Waccoa A' Dost ju-t Coishid
thst will esrry from 6 to T0 0O0 Shingles,
built of the best mate rials and to draw , but
Utile water.- '-'- - " ' i " .
Several young women, with" Camillas ot
promising cbildrea. I Apply to
' , . BENJAMIN SMITH.
JuneSS. I : ... " - " If
if 'I TaKC Notice ! -
: THVT all perseos are strictly forbldd.n
to buy from or sell to either of myservsnts,
eny article without a written permission sign.
to by snyscli, one ot my umiiy, or some
other white person known to be generally In
my eroploymeaU: v , BENJ. SMITH. '
'. June tft. . " ) ' ' t : ' ' ' tf
... CI IE Al GOODS., . .
. THE SohKribtr hae recently received est
id-iitionsr supply of . ', " ,
. Dry Goods and Hardware vis.-
CalHcof s, Ciarhasns,Thra(lf, Tapes, Stock
Inct, Cloves,' CerobsictU, Knives, Scissors,
Loci, fcc kc-AUo, a few'psiror Fsir-top
Boots an of which he offers for csslt only,
at very reoucetl pnci. '
; THOMAS WRIGHT.
'Jttr.e3l.-a?' ; ,
' ' , s V 'ron Kdxartovtn', 1 8. ,
On the morninir of the 5th InsCa vessel
was 'discovered stranded, on a shoal, about
uue nine uiu iiaui uvui qo xjtst nan oi
Mannas vineyard, .several boats were
manned with hardy end resolute men, who
had oftcnvrlsqued their lives - among the
breakers to save others, attempted to take
the men, who , were hamrtnor on the masts,
from the wreck, '.A rapid tide, and heavy
gale of wind, caused the sea to break so high.
mat n urrisc loam appalled their stout
hearts, and tbev stood momentarily exnecu
ing to see the unfortunate men swallowed in
the devouring sea. .
J ft About 13 o'clock, Lot Norton,'jun.' Isa
iah Tfase, Suraon Pease, and Henry Worth,
tooK a boat trom town to attempt their relief.
Tliey approached the breakers in solemn si.
lence.. , Shall we make the attempt n As
one, they answered txs I And immediately
took off jt c ke t, boots, and eve ry in umlrance
aiid prepared for ilia bold attempt I Vith re
solution seldom equalled, perhaps never ex-
reeded, they pressed forward through the
breakers, reached the wreck, and took into
their 'small boat seven men, and under the
protecting hand of Provldenccbrouebt them
Lsafe to land. Such instances of bravo hu
TT - .tis e a
man u y cannot ds too nigiuy appiauaeu, ror
I too liberally rewarded. . Mr. Norton, who
I beaded Uie enterprizer has a young family,
I a ho depeM wholly en his Industry ;' had bo
I lost his life, his family must hate been great
.I-".'7.: Cavalry Notice. ;v ,; ,
v THENew Hanover Troop of Light 'llorser v
ire. ordered to appear at the usual place of - ' V
parade, half east,0 o'clock, A. M.on the4ih I ' '
July, equipped strreesblp to la wxW' f
j, Jij Order ot the Catitmn,,. .-. . t u- -
'-. I tst 'i ' 'V.. : ........ ' ; . -H', ' i
r.?--' ": Altentiofv ! Kiv -' .
tTHE members of the Artillery Compshrs V ' "f
are required to turh oo' faroperly armed and .
accoutred' at the Alarm Post on; the 4tle .' '
July at half pait'9 o'clock, Ai'M. C ; M i -y.' '"
:,' barlow, 'tiW v.
'Jane 2 ,.'.', ,, ;f'i;r :q i. 2s) ?.
1 1 .. 11 " 1 1 1 ""'
WUmiftgtdti Volunteers AttchdJ, :
THE AViimlnglon Volunteers Ire ; ordered
to parade" at the usual placc,.ln full unifotdv
and completely equipped, at half past nine
o'clock,-A. M. on the 4'h'July. ?? y .
V r f jx - W.S,liASELL, Stc'jJ
t? 1. FOR SALE, I :
T T" '.
Prom SL'Ttartlitilomws. rnm.
"--ptctcjy found, and may be sent to
sea without any repairs' J, LEVY.: j
,' June 19. .1. . ''' ", - " - ' .'
On Thursilsy evening last by the Rev. Mr.
Kolcrt -Tate, of South Washlneton, Mr.
William I. Love, of this town, to Mus
Tntacsa MaauGaara, of Rockrh.
' ,.v.;.-''v-i.'5ji,7 ,v ;
.Lately In Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Sian
Sxith, aneilll, rttpectcd through life for
Wr many virtues and smiahltf ou.iliUas.-J
w .... .. . i
t lis vcnrraoie uny was tne daugiiter 01 one
of t)e f.rst setilers on Capr-Far rivcf and
the loumicr ct the town of 'Brutntwitkv
Fromlier were descended, II J persons, oT
wnoin cnr.Jrcn. s grand chilJicn ainl 34
preat grand eluWrvn, were lmrj at the time.
ei tiroccrjJMV'., , . , ' "
. .Stoletr frora the Subscriber
Stivte Srooa, stamped on the back of the
handle with L, D. or D. L. st it is pruhabler
that it has 4cto pawned in some shop, the,
amount due for U sr.d a small reward will be
given to whoever will return it to " -
- ' JOUN WILLIAMS. :
Junet8t . '. . . .v tf.
-v: Dcihg about to leave the State ; ' i '
for a few months, 1 have appointed Ceorpe
Duncan and William Waits Johcs, Eaqrs. , -
my Agent and Attorney, during my absence,' '
to act in aod transact all my business gene "
rally, . - PLTtR MAXWtLU . ' ' (
Juae'26. .' '. 4 ' ?w' f
r ; CAUTION! 1
'The Cepannership of Nathao snd Lott
Williams has been some time since dissolved '
Lolt Williams having e!tainei poascssioe'
of lb" books and papers belonging to the
sah) Crrn, and procscCed to collect the debts,
without coming to a settlement ' with tho '
subscrlber,or Hiving any kind of aat'ufaction -
or security relative to the business, it (be
cornel necesisry that the debtors lo Che sa
f rns a ho ild be informed, thst the said Lott
sviiusms is pot mhonita i receive payment r
flAI. ttkaM . tlin.a iLmu. .1. . . u V.m
wvm t ... , t.w. vi v vv, f7 '"I1
will do it at their own ri.k.
Jane 1C. t If NATHAN WILLIAMS. ;
- LIVERY STADLES.
Tilt Subscriber has established set of
Livtar Srasics, on the west side tf Se-.
cond itreet, for the accommodation cf those
Dtlemen trsrslling through or residing in
this town, So may be diaposed to avail
themselves of ihUeitaMUbrneot. I'.vcry lini
of gralil sad frg, necessary for hones,"
sSall be sbunJan'.ly provided and f.iitullf
giveo, and all due attention paid lo theai by
the hostlers. The Stables are -qui e dif .
shaH be kept d.an, and each stall stall ee
furnished with I.hter every evening.
v . .WILLIAM WiLl.KlNOr;
N. I). Honrs tvS Cba'rsjo birr.
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