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HAL Us W I L M I NG T 0 N GAZE T T E.
THURSDA Y, SEP TF MB E R 28, 1797.
Vol. I. J
)' tt n the opportunity to run fh treafon as
hey h'Vc done that f Venice, which
Late Foreign News.
VIENNA, June 8.
The gaTrif n of this cry has juft receiv-
a oraersromarcn tor me ariiit o'
and for that if the Rhine.
: The levy en mafie by the Hungarian
nobility iscitim ted at io6,coo mtn. J
The French C en. Gentili, who. h ir-
1 7 . iir j am u. I. 14 .. .1
riveo at Venetian itiano 01 v.triu. naa uuru
prccLuiaiion in wbicK oe encuurages the
innannants to acicmpi a rw-vyiuxi"", n
toeftablifti a republic. H urges them o
3 Whim (o many he roes a r.d great men h-vifj
treateffect, and it' is tfuVf that the wh than a year f r,nc wilave 10
Tu,ki(h governmen wirt ffnlc; and the iWh "gf "V .
ot revolution will pervade the More, Ivla- "M rhc EWha! taen a S
ccdonia, and the whole Archipelago. Pt "ruduflng t? e dilaiter el the repob fc
. . ' .... v . - it VmitP. It is Terrain fhai hp uill tiiki
July . Men Mack has reiuroed from . 7, . , ' r
the 'arm?. The court has fince been deeo. ",BUl? fuc efl'on ol lh:K rePul,can
I -.Ilk tuK H f ,,1 a , i.T. Kntnit. Kaa.!,
1 ring? thtm trcafures, without the exnenf I family and companions are at length liber
at blcod. . All the riches which thev have
found, in money, plate, pictures, and other
ai tide Wlongii g to the pejfidious Veniti
an phgrachy it w ould be difficult toettimaie,
and have been judged prise. I only v.ifh,
for the intereft of the French republic, th.it
half 1 f tne boo 7 h;d been employed in aid
ot the iiavioival ti tafui", but that will rt ye
in time. The kindoi nches w hich indivi
dual avidity has not beta a hie to rob hti' r ; dy in thatport
public ot is a I iital I marine, "ith mater 1
and proviftoijs oj ever'
rr tuipp i
We learu through a fure and authentic
channel (hat the illufti iotis La Fayette, his
ateo. 1 his news is conhtmed by letter?
from Gen. Clarke, the directory's agent in
ltIy. slid by the Marquis de Gallo, the
We not long lince announced the de
P rtwrt- ot a Iquadron from Toujon.. h is
now believed that its dellination is Corln
in if Adriitro-nand that it will there be
joi. ei f y j Ihip and as many frigates, that
ly engaged by his cpmmunicatiuns' m he
Marquis de Gallo, who was lately with
Duoiiitparte at uoine, na-ornrant -communications
with the m miter of ltate.
Jiaron huguet, by his lecretary wno is
patiing at ail nonrs.
aliy, wh ch is deliroytd for having bee 1
wuhrg to lerve hm.
'1 he occupying 'he Vcnit'un territrriei
in Ittria, Dalmstia and Albania, is the lub
ieft ot muchconiediure. Some would have
it, that it has been done without the agree
From Trieft ccoo Auftrian troops have mnt ot Buonapar te, and nrght be the cute
bv water rno Vcnerian Da rna;ia. I w
gone ty water imp
ior fupplies, with which that country a
bounds, 6000 French troops alfo went Irom
Venice. '1 he w hole force of the Moufe
ot Aultria, iiuts owji ltates, excluhve ot
tne tltingariaft cavalry, wojith is not in
their pjy, is reckoned at 438,000 men.
which I am perluaded) that the whota is a
matter ot convention, and that they are
ferioufly progrellive towards a definitive
peace, which is of.the firit necelfity to all
1 he Court of Vienna will have a fine
indemn ticaticn by htr acquit'itioni in Ittria
and Delnutia, where the will find good
lailtrs, with wotd, iron excellent ports
and every thug which ;s necefl-ry to inak?
Mfna a maritime pow-r. It Is difficult
0 calculate all the changes in ihc political
balance, which thefe changes in dominion
Sweden has an intention in a lliort time to
make voyage to the frontiers of Kufiia
July 1. The B.nk of Venice, which
was formerly one of the richeft in Europe,
has now flopped navment. bv which s
great number of foreign merchants and
capiialitts, whe had placed their proptrtv
f6. The ne'fcociatipnj for peace
nd are far advanced : the balis
)o ; n ieen i-wd that
at the moment can be argued from
this. Till an ant wer (hall have been re
ceived from Paris to Lord Malmefbury's
fir It propofitioris, no judgment can be form
ed of the probable refult of the negociation.
An anfwer to the latt difpatches, antici
pating the objections likely to be ttarted by
the diredory, has been fent otr, which may
enable ttie Englifh commiflioner to meet
them with better addrefs, fo as that the
proceedings (hall futfer as little delay as
The conferrences are conducled on the
mott liberal principles, Lord Malmelbury
I havmg no fecrecy attending as the Frirnch
1 1) 1 ; . 'tar r .
nciupotemiaries nave, inay nave ofrered
him a copy of the minutes taken bv Mons.
vownin,, yiich 1 --'fhiu
may be 7 '
' which nVand appeared at daify. .VfeM.iBclined to belitvo, wLiws
ttrtl to refiale ; but there is every reafoti I ver wayle the final ifluc of thele prelimi-
O hope that the d mculiy will re as eaty j nary overtures, .nroru lymptoms ot it wiU
uot over as that wnicn occurred rnpecnnu 1 -
the difpefition ot Mantua, the dettination
of wh cb is now fixed, ai d thus an end put
to the difficulties which our treaty with the
1 he (pniineieial intereltsot r ranee and
of the colonies, have long required a cef.
fation of botttlities at bt. Dommgo the
directory huve commilhoned thm negoci
atoisat Lifle, to attend to the fubjc"V, and
it is thought :hat the conditions oi an ar-
mittice will foon be agreed on.
7v 17. We have mentioned, without
being able to confirm -them, that hopes
ere entertained Vtt an approaching peace
What we predicted three years lince ha
come to pafs : thfe ultimate object of France
appear? to be precisely the fame in the 18th
that it was in the 17th century, Umverfal
hinpire! the only difference is, that Mo
narchical has given place to Republican
cant before the gaudy fhrine infci ibed the
nights ot Man, the rights of Princes,
ihe moft friendly to France .of thofe who
were the firft to make peaee and acknow-
etlvc the r rench Republic, are as little re-
(peeled as thofe of the Princes who made
war with the utmoit inveteracy to the latt
moment, and figned the treaty with reluct
ance. The Duke of Tufcany and the Pope
are alike fufferers; and every thing rapidly
with England. Nothing official has. yet 1 tends to the enliltment of one grand Re-
been wublithed on tins lu y ct. We are ig I public .in Italy.
HAMBURGH, June 17.
The emperor of Rutfia has forbid all
the prifttbof ihe Catl ciic religion to take
any lftps o convert his new tubjttts who
are attached 61 th; Cin rk Church.
At Kirae, in the Printing office of the
Propagnn an Society, a rich variety of let
teT! and charadlers h ive bet 11 found, cfpe
rially of Grefk and Oriental chara&eri.
Thefe are all demanded tor the ul'e of fhe
French republic, and will rentier its co
llection of types Jgf mod innn rou' , jnd
beautiful, as well at moll rich in its variety,
ol any in all Europe.
LISfcON, June 18.
The heat ot t'i climate has been fatal to
raanv of the Enghlh troops. And (he
Poftuguele are dilpofed, at every opper
t onuy, to infttlt the Englilh officers. For
1 hree week fthe city was in great contfer
x. at on. Tne diipute began between the
papu'ace and tbe French emigrants. On
tlhelecond day, 300 verc colJedled to at.
t tck the emicrunts. The7 anoe; rance of
a nnrd force has at length maoe the danger I vo goods (hould the peac be parual,
t MbbUdei but todeiach.nents of cavahv or Ucnerai noiu us an in lu-pence
. t 1 -
t turd the cry every n gh;
norant whether the Britlfii cb net be 2s
much difoole ', as wc arc allured it is. to
re II ore every thing, not only to u, but
alto to Spam and Holland.
LONDON, July 5.
The court of directors of the Eafl India
comuinv have annomied the rioht hrm.
. - T--. ,1 1 rr -
VftNtVC. June 2C. (Richard. Ear I of Mornmofon lu lucceid
nr 1 u -1. u f - ' l! m . .t o . .
wc mar uoui oiocKnoun,. cue King a 1 irf Hebart in the government ot Madr;s,
and eventually that of Bengal
Letters from Rome, of the 1 2th of Jimp,
(fate, that the King of Naples has attain
rtiigned hitnftlf to the councils of the
Queen, and his minider Acton. It is laid,
the French niiuittcr C ami nix not ye
ueeii abie to obtain an audience of his ina
tneie on life annuities, will be deprived of J:
biU1,l IIUIII I ' UK II.I1MI, III. II llll
Kiimei or of K uliu has fnrhnlilrn a '.I the Ca
MANbULtLb, June 2C. I thohc pniells in nis Polifh terriiories to 'ake
Ther isanuniverfal ftagnation ot bufinels I any meafures for epn verting his new (uhjects
here. AU which to wait nil the event ot who are attached to the Greek church, and
the negociation is known. The uncertainty ,,a bejides enjoined ihcm 10 icfpect fuch ot
al fhi. in.,r thev umII mnlnv. and nt ihe his fuhiects as flmll, fiom'convicliun, em-
"'"1 int 1 . 1 1 1 1. . 1 . x icii nuii. t ilia niu i
has occafioued nuuh difcontent among ttie
Piopoflds have been made to the mer
chants of Spain, to open a fuhfeription fot
a loan to the Kiucr. in coiiltdei ation ol
MADRID, June 20. I The French army of the Jambre and
I here have been tome dnturb.incca be. IWjuie is itnl in great force, and its lines 1 wnui tnry are to receive licenles to mip
teen the Enghlh failor and the people are ,rom Dutleldorf on the right bink of I goods to America, whenever cominrrce (hall
o-Ltfbon. The people wr re much abrm- rhe Rhine, as f. ra.s Nidda. It is in four I R'" be oeued. The merchants afCaalia,
no-huiff div.titmi, and includes co.coo infantry, I e unaeriiaiw, nave aireauy luuicrroeo ve.
' l.j i. .1 . .i 11 Iry lainelv to (his loan.
no 10,000 cavjiry, exciuin c oi tne artuic ''
.Viuiotis reports are in circulation relprct
inu the onenini of the nenociation between
9. . . .. 1 " - - . " mz. rr
JutJ y I Lord Malinrtbiiry and tle r tench conunilh
e. If and fever al were killed : but
further is heard of the matter.
KONINGSBERG, June a3.
By the treaty ot Cotnuierce between
F ngland and Kuili 1, it is agreed, that if the
tvu powers Ihould declare war, there Hull
h! no detmtion of ptrfons, velTels or pro- I Km;, of PrutTa, who i (aid to have heen
pitrty ; bur at leall a year (hall be granted I attacked by the dropl'y ot th bread, wh.ch
odiiofe of all eftcefs or remove them. I leaves no hope of care
The lateft advices from Berlin btirseve.lanfts at Lifle. The contents of the dip
ry -larminff accounts of The health ot the I r"iJu-k brought yetterday morning by Mr
Paris pnpers were yefterday received to
the date of the 1 7th inttant incloiW we
find nothing in them which warrants the
'uppoution that lias gone forth, that the
terms of the French Dircc'tory are fo high
I to preclude all hones ot a favorable iflue
10 the negociation now pending at Lifle ;
oh the contrary, much confidence is ex-
pi (tied that it will end in a peace fatisfac
tory 10 all parties.
A mail from Liioon, which arrived yeC
tenia v. fpeaks of ihe continuance of ihe
blockade oi Cadiz harbour.
lu Portugal, much of the alarm of an
invalion by (he Spaniards had fubfided ; in
ked from that people nothing is appre
hended, (liotild they not be afiitted by an
armed force from France.
f tie follow ing is an extract of a letter dat
ed Lifle, July 14, on the fuhjec't of the
negociation, leccitcd by a gentleman in
" 1 airived here only yefterday momina:
and I believe I can already allot e you that,
whatever reports may be circulated in your
city, in order 10 ntticl the price of (locks.
we flial 1 foon have a well cemented peace.
This is tlve opinion of every man of under.
Handing. Indeed, what power on earth
can now pi event the couclcfion of this
grand work, fince both naiioni figh lor
pence. Some people take pains to perfuade
the public, that the directory will throw
oWtt..cles in the way of the negociation. If
the directory could have Itopt it in the be
ginning, they certainly would have done
it, and of 1 hi we have a proof, fince they
difapproved the conduct of Buonaparte, in
agreeing, in the preliminaries with the
Kuiieror, to admit to a conprefs to be held
by an .Engltfh envoy; now it is too late.
and you may reckon with certainty upon a
ipeedy peace on tolerable terms.
Kail. hav not heen officially made public, I , nr . nPninrtr,.. i, 1. ftoa;n ufr Tftr
hut the following are laid to be the.r lead- hay tnJ proceeded lo iu former ftation oft
'"lu,' I I Ur-(r
1 i maimefbury s projrt nas seen lam
1 his treaty is f jt three years, and was
' m. lu. led on the 2 1 it Feb and ra iftcd cn
tlie 71b May following.
MILAN. Ju e 24.
.The name of Venice is going to be real
We have received from different ports
of the republic, a great number of letter?
announcing to us the extreme embarrafl-
hetore the commiffioners, but U appears
they have not come invellcd with fufhciei.t
powers to proceed upon certain points ex
ment which prevailed relative to whatever I ubited in that ltate paper, it wa therefore
neceuary to lend to Pans tor tun her in
mictions, ftom whence ttie courier had
not returned on Tuclday night.
Meanwhile the conferences wete cotm
noed, and it is generally underftnod, that
concerns our intercourfe andrelat-ons with
the United Sta;esot North America. Wr
HOUSE OF COMMONS,
At half pall o'clock hit Majefty arrived
in the ufunl ftate it the Houfe of Peers.
Being enrobed and feated on the throne,
"u 1I.1 t was fent to the Commons, com
founding their immediate attendance in the
Houfe of Peers. The Speaker, accompani-
lvettjctd from the I Hot theltatei of Eu- I are'in a manner ignorant, whether wean
mm . 1 '. I ".X .t J. A . . l.U -
rope. It it tn t certaio mat tne new re- 1 at peace or war wim tneie nates : ncnn-1
nnlihcs will admit her into toil deration. I do we as yet know, what has hitherto been
all the revolu'ion. to which ihe French j the conduct ol the French government to-
a-etolunon hat given birth, that ot Venice I wnds themj what will be the ettect ct
J believe in he in ilt compl.'te. I he pro- I 'tie alwoll nultile ipecches ol Mr. Adam
vi Kes of Tflfa Fuioa, exercifinz their I in Lowgrels, and whether new uegootti-1 and the mips broneht away by the gnauli I the cnntfe of which he alluded to the prm
. . a ' W 1 .1 - Mr t- . . . . I . I . t I I J.l
Mom muion, but that iney wen not to 1 cinai topics inai nan occopien me iieni 1011
mfilt on tbe reftoration of fome of tUe pot I of Par'iament during the Irfnon, and ad
lelhofis rakrn from thnr allies. This point
to he left toanother dilc uflioii at a gtntr
the bafu on which the French plcnipotenti j ed by about jo members of the lower houfe,
ries weie to act. wat, the reltitutioii un I appealed au 01 dinely at the bar, and as is
a Mtmtk rnmtm m a aa a tt' r I i -ft. t it tt a '
tbe part of ureat Hritsm ot an tne joneiii 1 mitfuary on tint ocean nn, andreued nit
not taken from the French during the war, I Maefty in a fhnrt and elegant fprech, In
fuvereiff'itv under the ordert ot (heir Ud- l nt are entered on; or whether on tne
nerali Chief, hive divided rhetnlelve. I other hand, a rup ure it to break out ?
iotil departmenrt upon the plan whkh ha I From hence bat rifeu a great if agnation in
hee n nrrfcrihed to them. Lit true, thai I the commercial intrrcourfes between the
all 1 hat has the nanc of being prjifory, I two countnei. But whit U (till more4U-
1 Ul , hr cjtnplction of the democratic con- I jltrout, it the uncertainty under wfucii tne
ftitu tion, which will prohibit be dieelted I Legllaiure has for fomctime laboured, re
by a miliary committee, and accepted tree- lUtive to the captures made by our priva-
al court rf.
To a. negotiation intfituted on loch a
look batu at this, we fee no reaton at pre-
fent to entertain anv very fanguine hopes
of a favorable terminal inn. The difpofltl-
verred particularly to the large fupplirt
that had heen granted, and eoaelnded by
e pre fling a firm rtliance, that hit maiedy'f
wifdom and benevolence would prompt hiet
to apply iiMik-ioudy what the commons had
t am ifhed liberally.
The royal nffent was then gieu to the
lv h.it wtlKJiif imfmlmr n. I 'eer,. nearly the whole of attich captures I n difplaved bv the French aoenn. t hrinI Kait India Imticwture Bill, and the other
The French General! would like to hive datoi tbe righti of A.ncncan neutrality, lit to a happy nlue, is natural enough, but I Bills that had psfled both Houfet of Psrlia.