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No. 38.-. THUR S D A Y, SEPT EM B E R 21, 1707. "T- VpL f I. J r
,""'" 1 iiiiMimniiiM in iniiiiwiirTi r miw n iM - , m i i i n 1 1 in KfO
NEW-YORK, AuonH 2.
Yefterday wepubbfhed London news up
the 24th of Tune reeeivdjv the Bn-
i(h packet This day we ate enabled, by
r ot the eni, Capt. f aitly, to
ungnm onain ot London Advices to th
IKTH ot Joty, through the medium of
lull papers to Tulv 8. The KxtraCls fid -
low They are truly
I M P O R T A N T!
From the London Gazette.
TheKinghavinc been nUifrd r nnhr
le Right Hon. Lord Mahv.efWv. KfeiaKi
ft the Bath, to be his Mateltv's PlcniiM)--
tntwries for negotiating a treat ot peace
epirblic, .duly atithorifcd orthis vufatnfe:
is LunuuiJ iu u.it ycucstiav tor l.iil
1 . . ,
f nere ue oegociattons are to he forthwii
lpcne.il. ms Maielty has alio been pleated
to appoint the Hon, Henry yefleyv to be
iccrctary to tne anoe minion.
, LONDON, T tine 24 2T.
QUARRELS AT PAMS,
v(o: betwixt the Cvmcil oj 50c and the
We have received the Paris Journals up
the 22cl inllaut. Tiie fpirijt of partv
ins liijrh in. France, vviiere the people with
vax. facility of temper hiclj has always
laraCteriled them, feein on the point ot
L'inc led to retrace the Hens, of the revolu
Irm, and to recall Joaie principles which
icy lb totally overthrew. , Every thine is
bverned by facYioii : and it is now thr
!e of the eleeant circle of Paris to sdo"
itgize for prejudice. Tfie emigrants of all
tlkicriptions are crowdhm back into die
nntry, and ari(tocracy m hner (heltets
Hf under the mafk hen of moderation.
bcieties are formed avowedly for the cor-
tion ot repulIicai ideas, and a venal
is is actively envivt in nr narint? the
blic mind for a gradual return to the fti-
krltltion Ot their MnrefW;
Tie arrosauce of the KrenrS Airm&mrh
J T - J
ly received a verv mortifvimr rherk-
lert Defmoliers, at the dole of the maf.
ly piece nn the finances, (aid. :ullr.-Tino
jinfelf to the council of 500, " Tiie direc
piefomes to criticifc your oninions.
las been propofed that'mv renort flioul!
lent to the djrediory. I do not wonder
this motion, fiuce one of the directors
uanded, in my prefence, that I (houk!
obliged tolay t lie (peech I delivered on
Ieir table (The council (hewed it the
it mareo: ouiapprohatinu.) It is high
e that the dinec'tory flionl 1 be tamht no.
alarm the public by indeeent meSamii
t to coufioe itfelf to its fmn'uons. to wair
mr onler, and not to meddle with your
CD Uionl. ThH fneech was lillenei tn
the council with the utmolr attention,
I received with-Itrong indications of ge
The difcufliont in the council of joo, on
luhjei'k of finance, have been lone and
lent. Males one of the members ot' the
tncil, ob(Vred. that there was t lie oreat
danger in leaving five men mailers ot
....L.t: . 1 it. .1 1
imiimic I'trtune 1 ami mat incir rcuion
lity would boot little confeqoence when
ne public remurrei fhiuhl oe exnaulted,
e proiecr of Lelin diets was adopted ;
I ohiet of which was. to deprive the ex-
Mtive tlirecory of a dilcretionary power
tne application of the public funds.
A late mefl ifre nf rhe 'lire.turv In
'ncil of coo. read in fecret. contains a
Fft atartniug piclure of the liate of the
ances. it begin -oinnianici:mi to the
mcils 1 m-rmorial of the Bureau of Po
refpPCiiig the liofpiraU, the prib!i
all the intlitntion of hilmanitv. Bittei
in of agony mufl be (hed when one reads
following details contained in this re
tj.it ot 18,0 infants plared 111 the
llin holpi al at P n i, finre the month
!1 December, t coo have oerithed in
fcquence of bid uon i ll neut, or rasher
wm of nuries, who were obliged to
the hofoital n th-ir waces were not
Tbe n: if.j.i filfTcr the l ime iteitnrv
'1- e ;h 1. I re Hun to believe, th 1
ihe wint of rare, the prifoners may ef
f. The public funclionanes eaperience
eatelt deUy in he psynitnt of their
r and ftveral of them have deft roved
nlclve. A lonu filencr of ronllm-nati-
Nccee df I rhe reading of this mrfVige.
h'rt l"-f .. .1: I L .1.' il' u..
i7l'il?llcr urvnc mi' 11 nn r ut
oachiim the directory wu'1 beju I fv-
ot Mnniitration wmcb u conunttM
ifue. th nri'fiee whcb it had of f il
nfc"P. by anticipation, ihtprodu of
.A.. . L ft .L ! ' t i f 1 f
ciunntuors, on me privilege wmcn it
blfly gave to he ointraflors wn o'j'.l
ftioft (acred, foch a th" hofrntaU and
Hfon. A warm 'lilnitlifin took pi i r
o ended in the meiUge ImM reterrfd
to the committee of timmccs. (Tableau de
la France et I'Europe,)
On Thurfday tbe'rewas a meeting of th$
proprietors of the bank of Englard, when
it appeared, tht -government had alr ad
repaid to the bjSnk a part'of what was owing,
aiwi that iothe courfe of the year the whole
debt of 5,5180,000!. would be dtTcharged f
betid es i,ioo,oool. lent on the malt and
land taxei, 500,000!, on exchequer bills
and pthr advances liiaking in the whok
about S(ooo,oool. tlerliwg. .v'
1 Tuiy 22. . '
Yofterday morning we received the Paris
Joiw nals to the 261I1 and 27th nit. They
were brought over in a flag of rruee that
had arrived with difpatches for government
from the French ; ' V" r .-nn
ltd that accouma ff re luought by tle fame
verfel, of ihe parties in Pans having "come
:o blows, and that fomc blood had been fpih
in t!te conted : In cbnlequence of vvhich
Lord Maluieibury,' in Head of proceeding on
his deliined journey, had Tent to minKters
!"or frelh inltruclioiis. An anfwer was lept
olF to his Lordthip In lJhe afternoon, and it
is believed he is to proceed without delay
to tbe place of deltiuatiou. In the evening
we received by exprefs the journals of tie
28th and 29th. They ate entirely. lilem rc
fpecting any commotion havingtaken place,
and the otdy articles that bear at all a com
pleixon of that nature, fire the editorial
comments of Ibme Join nais on the liate of
panics, and pretended ot" real difcoverits
ot certain plots prevented in time from be
ing executed by the vigilance of the direc
tory. On the night of the 27th all the ar
cillery of Paris were ordered .upon dutv,
v'ith ordi-rsto he ready at a nusuent's warn
tligi Guards were placed at every avenue,
and .numerous patroles par&ded in ditfci ent
Itreets throughout the whole night This
we believe to have been the origin of "the
rcpo.tthat came over with the papers 01
the 27th. Ot thecaufe of thefe inoveinf'nts
we have no Tatisla'-'tory account iu any of the
Journals. It would appear, however, that
tome alarm had been given to govet mncm.
agaiuft'whkii they thought proper 10 take
The clubs are again become objects of tei
ror, and adifenflion has taken place on the n'
in the Council. If se may believe l'Eclaii ,
the rlub of Salm, which has taken the name
of the Circle CoiifHtHtionel, his boiniuated
a fliiedorial coinmiiiion, conliliing of Ta
leyrand Piergord, Sieves, Gar at Veyiiett.
Honore, Riouy, and the unniller Merlin
We can only lay thai if ihe club is com pot
ed of Inch men, it is a formidable barrier
iudeed agaiull that of Clichy.
The directory (terns to be courting the
favor of the ancient KenilUht or cunltitufi
011a! party, which is more confiderablc Iroin
its taleotl than its numbers.
The channel fleet under the command o!
Lord Bi id port, went uitu T01 bay 011 Mon
We are happy in being able to (late that
the crew of the Saturn appear to have re
turned to their duty, and that perfect order
is i cltoivd 011 board of that (hip.
" Lord Malmefbury and his tune landed a:
Calais on Monday afternoon about 5 o'clock.
His Lordfhip was receive ! with every polfi
ble refpeel by ihe manicipality, and coiy
duded to the Silver Lirm Inn, l.eic;u
elegant dinner had been prepared for him.
A colonel's guard was mounted for him Rinj
remained upon duty until his LordlhipV
departure for Lille, which look place y el
terday morning at fix o'clock. Mr. Rof
and a tnrdenger piocceded to Lifleon Hon
'fry evening to announce his LoidJhip s ix.
' iv rl ai Calais.
We tim morni-i? received Park pap-rrfof
the ill inft. Tney bontain an irciim.t fVom
Milan of the UghiHgof the definitive trean
oea hrtween Atillria and trance 011 tlu
51ft of Miy, at Moutabelio.
Iu the, council of 500, the tbird plan ol
Gillieit Dcfmolieis, refpecting the finance
of the republic, was Hill under difenmon
ind tie relblatiOfl had been come to on the
ftitytcl in the (ittiir of the jth, the laft ol
which we have any account.
We a1H received the morning Broflcls
paper to the oth ult.
In an article f om Vnna of the 18th ult.
we H 1 J a rcCH attributed 10 nuonnpane,
to which he RlVtthat he lud no objection to
the M.lanef- forming ail mdependont rr
publiei but tHac it was tiuir bufutcf la
confiler liov t ,r they could defend them
felve4 ngnuift the l.oi.le of Aultria. Krom
this cotiverwu.o 1 u w.n conjeclured, that
the foort of Vienna would recover Milan
m I W.int a I le i (. iUe fuppofltion thut the
Milaoen? were deflrpu of retntning to h
WVJ" 01 th"- ti(eror, was, that fm
leputiti fro.11 Mdau ml ai rived at Vienna
wnere th-y h.l bee-i well received bj
ron fiiuit, a.idhaJoii theia:li an o l-
ewe with the Emperor.
The iinpanial Luri.penn of the 28th ult.
contains the following article :
' We are this moment afftrred that it h
repotted throbgh different Swlfs cantons,
that the negociations of peace beiwetl!
France and H he Emperor are broken of?
and that hoftilitiesare on tlie poiiil of coni
menciiig. Tbe Swifs, who appear to have been
apprclicnlive that Buonaparte would march
aainll liieit cantons, have perhaps fpieacl
l'fs report to quiet the uneafinefs ot the
people; fmce they are Cure that the threats
of Bu.uiaparte "will be attended with noef
" What appears-to trive efetlit to thir re.
tffllfI 'I. inrarmaret ice ral FieilmonteHr
mttim Ml Swuzcvrano.' wrttremrehaies hot
le-s'at.auy .price tor the cavalry of the King
of Sardinia.; itjin fuc't. niore than pro'ha
ble 1 hat if the war with Aultria coinfhencrs,
the princewill be obliged to furnifh ihr con.
'ingent wliic'ahe has undertaken by thctrea.
ty to furniOi. We at e however d if poled to
believe, that thefe horfes are deftmed for
tome "other pnrpole', and that this bad news
vill n t be coi.lidered."
A letter frorn DtdlcbioitT of tbe 25th tilt.
containec.;n the lin.ilels paper of the 3otU)
Itates, that an order had jtift be ew. received
there froin.tbe comniaiu'er in chief of the
irniy of the Sambrc t -.id MeuJ'e. which ex
Wt-general aHoniftiment i the lountrv of
ueig is nnmeaiately to fupply 500 men per
nav. to woi k t
, r ... -'jaaviii't.
(ioifr. The city itfelf is 10 fupply 250;
and :oo Cappers are arrived to (eCOnd.the
operation of the 'workmen. Tlie abject 1
a mealuie to e-xtvaonlinaiy ar a nionifm
when everv appealan.ee tJromifeS H fneCdi
and generai peate, is ahxionfly enciaired.
.111c riencli troops air making move
netns, the end of which ic would be difii-
cult to ttivi:,e. We are indeetl afl'uretr! that
Gen le Ethie i-, enflieteii ni ivin
xpedition; but this . afltifcnce iaiel)
founded on cotiteTtur,
On the otiier li and 'it is remarked that the
Auftriar. troops ate alUuibliiiir in (dice at
The Archduke Gharlc is daily expeir!e(;
at Frankfort, where itUf id his royal hi.; h
nefs will have a conference with Gene'i :1
Hoche. 'The Dtikcof Wii temberg 1ms left
Kraidsibrt tt Stutganl.
Tiie keel of a new (hip of t 8 guns is or
dered immediately to be laid down in thc
Kin'-i dock jatd at Chatham, to be called
the Europe. She will he coltftrut'ied whol
ly of K11 iz,l;fh o.k, which has been fume
time collect iny, and from n model vli the
large It Icnle and new eft iipovetuentj of
Orders arc itoiic down to Plymotfh inn
t ine birracks, trum the admirahy.Tor of
the maiincs lately iried for a mdpira,y to
murder their i-Hiccrs, to be (liot-the 41I1
who wa.i ti ied is to receive a tl.oulan-l lafii
es, and to be traiilporied to New South
Wales. The mutineer of the Inflexible no in
cuftody, are, we hear, to beihe next to
he tried by the court-martial, on board the
The- directory hare pven order that the
reception of the Knglifli'negociation fliall
m flute: inajjd iplcudiii a. pdhble. I.c
Kouineur armed at Lille on the 27 h tilt,
ind the Marquis del C.imbn and M. Cabai
n liave alio proceeded (o the place of ne
40ciation to attend the intereftfof Sj.aiu.
It is remarkable that Pdrker, after his
lenience was feized with a (bit oT literary
mania. He requelled to be lupplied with
he Ihble, QoOd n Death, vhri lock on bi
ind Tillotfon s Sermons, amounting Only
10 about 16 vols.
Tom Paine, Hamilton Rowan, and N.ip
per Tandy, are all in INris. Sure fuch a
womb dtible Tro v. ere enough to over)ow
sr even 1 lie five king. It is very fortunate
hey are not at Lille to blow up tiie neon 1
The French revolution is, it feemi, mak
uig the tour of China, mid tei tain pnwin
.-es of Turkey, according to French ae
count, which nmvy remnrk that t
feem as if the end of thewmld appro ich
ng." According to this philofophy, thr
end of ihe world is the beginning of ihai
which they call freedom, tneTlbe lepublir
of the people mull be horn only to diet
The executive direclory lent aduy or two
ago to the mintfterof police, to know if r
was true that tlicrecaifted dubfin dllfereiK
quaneri in ,Pri. fochron returned I'm
nfwer, that hewisalre.vly in the koow
'de of the cxtflence of more rban fifty,
nd that new ones were every day tonnin,:
riiev add, that, the direiWy, after deli.
nera'Ue, a o-nrter of an hour, calie I in the
muiilkcr agam and gave Uim di.ectutu to
redouble hisvignance, becaufe the direclo
ry co Bid not (bfter any anarchical claibs.
Nothing could be more wi(e than thisde
frniin atjon ; but To vague an order mult
lather puzzle than enlighten thenuniuer
vLf poJice, fince anarchy may, be brought a
bout in a variety of ways. The jacobin
at e endeavoring to introduce it ; the roy
aHfbs are at work at it ; and the ambitioua
dream of it. Each party hopes to find hi
account in it, although it has hithertoprov
fed i their graves. It is almoft in the eflerice
of cluhs to lead to anarchy, becaufe every
Lii eac alfembly of men has ateno'eiicy to ac
quire dominion, ami becaufe the power
wlffch they aflimie to themfelves, is (tolen
M om ibau which fhouki feelwOf ;ahe tofe
M tc body . Cliiba may for a mbmer.t af
EH .meat,, oin t.es ..uiaieiy make
pav xlenr for the aid which tbey lend it
bj 1 1 e j oke which t bey im pole on it.
iaefidesyjipw tan the directory hinder
one' party from holding clubs, If it give
pfrinifilon to ; Tnofher ? We noW hear.ajf
jacobin clubs, diret'torial clubs, and revo
lutionary clubs; they will not it is true,
give themfelves thefe titles, but they will
have the fame tendency and the fame ob
jects in view. The oi ly method of pre
venting this, is to pafs, according to ' vi
Ifliit of the couflitution, a law which fliall
put an end to them'altogether.
It is thought the directory, by giving lie
dnuville thechief comtiiancl.iT St. Diminiio,
inteiul to give'Gen. liockambeau the (uper
intendance of the Spanilh part which baa
been ceded to us.
A.arat, the plenipotentiary, who had re
mained behind at Paris, fet'tffj'or Lijfexe
fterday. . . r
V e are afiut ed that tbe majority of the
directory ayefenfible of the necefliiy of a
gieeing with the legiflative body, iu order
10 pre vent a rupture dongerotis to all par
tiis, to (tiengthen the caule of the fincere
ptiamJa to the conftituiion, and to biiuga
hHit a union W hich is at pielentfo necefFary
for uitllance to attacks of all facuons.
I he minifter for foreign t.fj'aiis has juft
pubiilhed a bull of the Tope, enjoining all
French pried to fubmit to the laws of the
remw k Will th voice of his hoiintfs be
Is rnfefua in' calming the temped as it haa
! cen 111 1 aifing it f
A vflel which has put into Breff, nice,
fifteen Englifli (liips of war in the narrow
l etters from the Hague, dated on the
2d idt, mention that Mr. Adams, the iefi
desat of the United btates of America there,
was about to return, and ihat Mr, Mutiay
v;m appointed to fucteed him. Admiral
EucasHied on the ioih, agtil 50, at the
time 1 hey were fitpaiii.g 10 enter 011 un
rvmiiriat ion of his londuct, lelative to ihe
furreiidci of his ftp ad r on at ihe Cape
So me bi the Dmch Journals have publdhrd
the loeret iuftrocriotts which w etc given to
the Admiial. 1'hcfeaie dated on the ioiU
) jnovember, i?oj; the Admital iid not
fail 'ill tb.e Feb. following, yet i.ochai e wa.1
nude in ihefe iidlruclioiis, although in the
interval inielligeuce hat! been received of
the Knglifh having made themfelves nudleis
ol lite Cape.
Letters from bcrmnny mebtiibn, that the
Hefliani had attempted to pafs the lines of
deiiiHrcatipn, ai d the French had oppt fed
il ; in confcquencC of which a blood) battle
tok place between the two parties.
A pfivata letter from Milan announces
the death of the Hope, and adds, that the
King of Naples had fit-nt a divifion pf hist
army to pciiettaie into the ccclcfiaftical
tlair. Buonaparte lipldctarhe! a divifion
of his armv to oppofc it. 1 he little proba
bilitv which there is iu the la.ter part of
the Intelligence, gives us feafon to entertain
dottbfl a to thr former part.
Ail. ed Ali Ailendl, the Ottoman amhaf
1 "hu. bftving completed his quarantine,
"ide bis pufdic entty into Marteilles on,
'e t7h ult. The cannon eie fi cd 011
I etters from Milan of thr 12 th ult. men
tion that the definitive treaty ot peace be.
twren Aoftiia and France, was filpied on
the ;ill of May, at Montebello, by ihe
m i qui vii wait ami Loom Meerfeldt, ntt
tbe one fide, and Genet nU Buonapane and
C lmke, of the oiher. after which Count
MernVldt fet off for VientnT. It it thought CC
thai in con t ience of nn an .na,cn.ent a
teed on between the ricnipoietui iries
Ital 25. coo Aullt i.u.s have led the I rrm
or Bt-aria, whkh ir is known, ha hu e;
Nren eovwtted by the lloufe ol Auftif. The
leuftb of time occupied by the fecret nefo
n in is he ween the Cabinet ol Vienna and
he rsetfci j;overiimeot, g,te rife to fome
leefloei. hm it w r.ii. thai the Emperor
in he amply nine tinifUl lor thecemoii of
''V' r Co'nuif au 1 vf torn bat dy, br
o(T (fiiu nearer hofllt, and which w,ll
remUt Ute iloufe ol AcftiU more powerful