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Published weekly by .4iijuy: iftn, at.Taazit DcilArs &ar,
TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1803,
"LVot. r, No. 340. :
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'MEW-YORK, July-1 .
Vc arc at length enabled to relieve
the "public mind from that state of
suspence under which It has for some
time laboured. .The arrival of the
f6hip Morgan, captain Howard, from
London, lias furnished the e'dftor of
the Mercantile Advertiser with re
gular set ies of London papers ; to the
. 20th "of May. On the 16th an order
; of council, directing letters of marque '
'and reprisal against ships, vessels,
and goods of the republic, and ano
ther laying an embargo oh all vessels,
' ' belonging; to the citizens of the French
and Batavian republics, were issued
by the English ; -goveVn-ment. The
reasons for adopting these measures
are explained in the following; official
v, To-morrow we shall commence the
publication of the documents respect
ling the negotiation, which by, the
king's orders have been laid before -the
parliament. Mr. King, our anbassa
, dor to the Court of St. James's, came
passenger in the John Morgan..
HOUSE OF LORDS, May lfl,.
Lord felham brought down the fol
,' lowing message from his majestyy
which was read first by the lordh&n-.
r.eilor from the woolsack, and-nextby
Mr. Rose the cbi k, at the table
.'; ' Ci.'R ;
' " His Majestyttiinks it proper. to
acquaint theHouse of Peers, that the
, 'discussion'' which he announced to
- them 'in his message of the fth of
; - March last, as-then subsisting between
majesty c the French government,
have been terminated . that the
conduct of tho.Frendh government
has obliged bis majesty to recall his
ambassador from Paris,., and that the
ambassador frcm the French republic
has left London. '. . .
" His majesty has given directions
for hying before the House offers,
with as little delay as possible,' copies
or s'ich papers as will afford the full.
ct information to his parliament at
' this important conjuncture. , ...
" It is a consolation 16 his rnarty
ti reflect, tint no endeavours have
.I ten wanting on his part tonirescrve
to his subjects the hlcssinji of peace ;
" buttjndernhe cirtuTGitanccs which
have oce irrjd to disappoint his just
i Vii.mu 'inn, ma iu..jrpij ixtica vnn
con()d;nce on the zenl and public spU,
ritof hjs faithful commons, and on the
exertions of his brave and loyal sub
ject?, tosxTpport him in hb determi
nation to empHy the 'po'ver ml re
tourees of the p&ton, in opposinghe
spirit of ambition and encroachment
, which at presft actuates the cnuo
cili of France, in tip'ioldfng the dig
nity of hs rrown, and n a"?serting
and maintaining the rights aninur
est of his people." ,
; LONDON, May lfl .;
His m.ij'-ily's messsge dtlivrred to
hoih hou&es of parliament yestcr,''y
afternoon, puts snend to the uncertain.
ty which many werc undrrreipec'ing.
the issue of the negociaiion .which
wai carrying on hetween this country
and Krinrc. -
At the privy counr il htch set lit
the qiecn' house yesterday, and at
, shicli Li majesty presided, the met-
?e to pnrliainenl was settled, and or
dcts isued.to the lords of he ad nil
raUy to grant letters of innrque and
reprisal ag:ufist, all vessels bdoiifint'
to the Frfnch and Baiatriin rcpiitdicfl, '
And to lay a ftenera! embarj) r,n ill
"jfhipshnd to fny cirthvijpf.jti,
The rcnJttd oC 15 war kiween
t)4 country nd rr?ncf, ai rtsti
ttsenti il sirvl'c to AmerifK. Private
IcMfrs from Paris, state, thr.t thr A -
irer!C3n rivkUUr, Mr. Monir, has 1
his ifttn, rrd thit within theie
three I'ays'he l'rcr.(h corciftmcrt has
i i- Ud io'tl.s Ainiriciir.sthe pniictiion
rf lniisr.s. .
It Is farther 'afd, upon the mm
r;rcct:.l.!e sutMrhy, thst a sum Jf
I'.f'OO.OtO of floJJ.rs wne from Frir.f e,
to Infividusls r.f the United Sutci.t
f.Mln the pyir ent ol which ws t ne
Vcn tivjnup hr thelaUc r, the An c-
r'if in miniver l.alnp fcT.dft.ttd. ihat
thf rovfrr.mrit cf the Unite' States
lUll tVe flat r'rht nroUitlf.
, I ) hC 1. A K AT i U N.
His rrsijftfjf'i esirrrt rmtrlitfi
fir the t MervatSen tl pe ire having
filfd of anrreu, he entertalM the
f . lh st rorClrnce that he shall re
itive ti lauit f wf pott fftia t.rt ar
liamant, and that the same zeal and
spirit will be manifested by his peo
ple which ;he has experienced on f
y&ry occasion when -his crown has
bgenattacked,or the ' essettial. inter
ests pfhis do minions, have bien en
dangered.; . x
During the whole, course cf the
negociavidns which led to the prelimi
nary', anl definitive treaties of peace
between his majesty and the French
government, it was his majesty's sin
cere tlesire,-not only to put an end to
hostilities which subsisted between
the two. countries, ; but to adopt such
measures', and to'concur.in such pro-
i positions, as might most etiectuauy
contnbnte to consolidate the general
tranquility of Europe. The same mo-
Hives by which his majesty was actu
ated during the negociattons tor p,eacej
have since invariably governed his
conduct. As soon as the treaty of 4
miens was -cbncluded his maiestv S
courts wefe open to the people 'off
France for every purpose of legal re- j
dress : all- seouestrations wC;w?taken '
off their property all prohibitions on
ineir iraae. wnicn naf- uecn impoatu
during the ,warWertf fernpved and
.they were . pjatxdj In every recpect
4:1 the same. fooling with regard to
caminrce and intercourse, as the i
habitants of an v other "s'tVte i n, mity I
:.t Li- ..... .:.u i '-i. ..--. ..-2 -t
iin nit luaesiy, wiui wiiii.ii nitic
isted no treaty of commerce. .,4
To a sstern of conduct thus open,
liberal. .and triendl:K the. proceedings
of the French government afford the
rr.b st .strj "cir-jf. 'contrast.. ;T lie, prohibi
tions which had been placed on the
c'or?vrr:er,ce of Ui majesty's subjects
during the. war, have, been enforced
with increased strktnesa a'r.4 severity;
v.io'ence has been offered in .several
instances to their .veisels and; their
property ; and in no esse has" justice
been afforded by those who may hav
been aggrieyed in consequence of such
acts, nor has r.ny satisfactory answer
been given to rep;atcd representations
madefy his majesty's ministers or
when his majesty's
subjects were not suuerci to enjoy ire :
common 'ad vantages, of peace within .. -
the territories if the. French Republic ,t
andthi countriet- dependent upjn it, :j
the. French government had recourse
to the extraordinary measure of snd ;
nrr over to tMs country a V ftupibcr of '
persons for the prous'xa jrorpase-of'
residing in the most considerajblc sea- -
port towns ol Great Dntam and Ire-
land, in the character e( commercial'
agents or. consuls, v Ihese persq-is
could have no pretensions to be.nc
t kno'wledpred in that character, - as the
right of Wing, so ocknowledjred,
as . well as all the , pmiledges at
tachel to such a Ritmtio'i , couidf
.only be derived from a ccmtnercial'
treaty , and as n treaty of that dis
ctnntion was m etistince httweeen
his majesty and the French republic
There vs consequently too . much
rjinti Mtonose that the realobiect
1 tjf their mission was b'yo means o(a
rqmeri 111 nature, and tlajstHpicscn
was confirmed, net only by the fir
cumtancfs that snme of them wera
military men! hut by the actual di$.
cavery, that several of them were fur
nished withhstrr-ct'-ifis to obtain the
sounding of the harbors, and to. pro
cure -military t'srveysNcf the places
wher; it wsairtfndi'd thef ihoujdre'
id. His majesty felt it his duty to
prevrnt their. departure to theiy res
pective places ftf dutittation, aud ret
presented to the Frrnefi povcrnir.tnt
the. necessity of withdrawing themj
end it cannot he t'enied tb?t the fir-
rumtvners jndtr. which ti.ry were
lent, and the trttn'.tiior.t which were
giren to them, cisght tole chnsldcnd
M decisive indicttifyi tf the rlivposi
t'onsan'! intetstbns of the governmeDt
1! ly whom tier wete employed
Th t'-nrtMctof theFrctich fovern-
terroV.f ie b-lerthe two countries,
musfthcrtf jre M rooidrrtW ill
tuitrd to ittti oiTefre. u.d their
' p-oceedinji In their more rtr.ttilv
, inir&i rtUtiflns, it will as tlmie ihirh j
1 immediately concern hUpm jesty 's do ')
minion, appear it lave If m t'.toge
! ther lntsni!rr.t with ertry pinclj !e
i, tf vo flth, rno lrrat!onr.'t justice.
' His mijty lid rr.tc ruined hoiS
' It ewe icnee of the rcpfs'cd Mur
l tanres &r! t-rr.friion tf the Vrtmh
j r.vernmenl, that thtyftn5grht live
j Wen In h-rrd 6 adopti satm of po-
licr, vhich, iflt h.td not inMirrd othff
jwwert i'.h ronft Jtnr r. mlnl.t atlrasl
' have !!yrd tt a ir jfllousiel. H the
frrr.ch era mint had resllf ep.
ftaffdto be attuVtd by a eye altrn
lion to authl ifiure j iftt t'.r f9!
sitions had proved to he essentially
pacific, allowances would have been
Wde for the situation in-which a new
government must he placed, after so
dreadful and- extensive a . convulsion
as that which had been produced', hy
the French revohuLion. ,i Bat his jr.a
jesty, has unfortunately had too much
reason to observe and to lament, that
th system of. yiplenee, .aggression
and aggrandizement which character
ised Che, proceedings of. the' different
governments of,F?unce during the war
nas uoen continuea wil,h as, little; dis
guise since 11s lenninauoB. i ney
have continued to keep a FrenelKar
jiiy in Holland against the wjllfaiidiu
defiance of therremoD'atrim of . the
Batavian goVernmentjand in - refug
nance to ihe letrfof thrce'soIemix
treatib. :;TUefiia'e in a poriodv of
pace, invaded the tmtr. ar.d io
iatiiUrile indtpehdcfice cf the SuriV
hition, in deft ance of the treaty of
Luiieviljci Sv Inch, had stipulated the
iiidependen-e of their territory, ! and I
the right of the inhabitants .to chowie !
their owft tortnoi govermnnt. They
hare annixecWto ,ihe dominions of
Fcancft, Piedmont, Parma, and Pla-'
Centiaaitdthe inland of Elba, without
allotting any pulsion "to the - king of
Sardinia,, whom they -have despoiled I
ifthc mcst valuable part of his terri
tory, though. jjrey were bound, by a
solemn eugitgenr.ent to the emperor ct
Rujsla,.t6 attend to his interests and
V pi'oviiTe for . his establitbnwll. 'i lt.
nvay indeed With truth be assarted that
"the p.n-iod -vriiiivh has elapsed since the
contusion of the "denrnti vu, tr,eaty, has
bien marked-with one ctvrtir.u'f se
ries of aggression, violence and insi.rt
on the part cf the. Fi-eich gvlrnnittu.'
, In the month cP Octo!er lat, his
majesty was induced, Li TfpnsetiKncc
of the eanwt scljcitatton cf the Hw iss
natioilto makc uvv; crl'rV.J?)' a reprc-
sentatien lo the Fifnch govurnment,
toaivrt the.evils which were then im
pending ovi;r that ceimtryi'; This 're
reprepentati n was couahed in the
most temperate terms aSd measures'
were taken by his itajesty forsi:r-'
.tammg unflci- the ciromstanas
h;.ch th;n rxisted, the r4 -Vuntion
and wisVs ol the Swiss Can'.ons, as
well as the cntinftiu of. the' other
Cabinets of Europe,; . His majesty
learned, however, with -the utmo!.t -ro
fjret, that iho Ui'px;iHin to minterart
-these Xvpeated infractions tjf trcfttfc,
,nd acu of violence was manifested by
any 0! the powers most rimidiately
tnteresU'd in pr-venting them ; uod j
his majesty thercfure felt that, with
respect to these objects, his single cC i
forts could not be expected to pm-
duce any considerable adraiitae to !
those ia whose favour tliey, Iraighthc
exerted. , , , ; , iri
' It was about this t'uni that 'the
Lrcnch government "first dislitct'y
aavancrrt fie p.lic;pie that his ma-
jesty hid no ri;;htto complain of.tf.t
conduct, or to inUrfere with the ro.
1 vicutii;;, m 1 raiKC, 00 coy po;ai i
- Wfiicnriut not lormaj'art 01 o hit
i rulatic'a fifth? treaty nf, Amienti
j "That trejty was unqucstinf ably f jim
j ed upon the sanu principle if every
ether anlecedent treatv or convention
' An lk ,tiilin'inn nF ill. .I.la f
w ' 1 -,11 ill IV ..ut VI
m. m , t .
. 6t the time, of its cn-diuion nd it J;
that stale cf potscsiions rr,d crgi-rc-raentiis
materhlfy 'nCcctcd 1 y the
roluntai v act cf m.v'cfiliopBitics 10 as
toprejuiiice the cr;diton on which
the other nartr has entered into the
con'ract, the change to made nny f
f considered as t derating virti.a'.lr'.ns
! brt2.h of th-trenv itH.S', .d m ri-
viaj thejirtv aggrieved t vigl.rto
demani tJtnuctio tr con penrinoit
f t my ; l a'j'Untiat dilcrence vhlch
such:cu innyh-Hve cf.atcd in thcr
iclitivcsjtuathrsi rrd whatever mif
he the prinripieon whislj the treaty H '
to he toiijicrcd , fTym'td. thr U
IndispuUbly 8 general la oftiati. !
ahich.thoj;h flattie 3 he limittrd, '
rlcli'ifieJ or restrained by contention-
alLtw, is antrccenttoit lr.d it that '
lijf or mlc.ef conluct to which tH j
sovereigns and itites hate liecn.ac (
cv.n'othI to appeal rete rnuven
(ionil Uw is admitf ed tc hive rtn l-
lent. The treaty cf Anwnl i d eve.
ry nthtr trcwty inprwuinp tcr Vie
ebjetti toh.chlt is pirticulsrl
rectfd. does not tr,er(lorritufTe
I Imrdviw Ir.diffr renct I nlhrf ob-
Jccts sahichar nr-t rpff iGid in PistU
f uUtiins, much If s dof s St sulju!i?c
1 them to be t U nature to he left to the
ril hdd tj'rice of the t.oIm and the
Hf I Mil Thi )oHke cf the lw U a
luslh Whtoundtawarrart the intrr-
-4 01 art cr tae powers o .
11 the 2 nVt8.es waich my
arise between other, states, and , the .
ippllcatioh rjid extent of tnat just io
terposition is o be determined. solely
hy considerations of prudence. These.
.principles can admit of no dispute A
but if the new and extraordinary pre
tension advanced tby. the Vrpxitti go
vernment to exclude hisrasjesty from
any.rjhr to inttrfejre'"with respect
to the concerns cf other powers, un
less theyViadea specific part of , the
stipulationiof the trtaty of Amteus,
;wAshat which it was impossible to
psaihtain, those powers -.would hae 'a
4f right at least, to claim the benefit of
' this principle, in every case of differ
ence betwech,the two countries. The
indignation of all Europe must sorely
then he excited by the d,eclaratir,s of
the Frenohi government, that in the
'event of V.ostilitk'3, thefie Very p6wtrs
-r-i6.werc no parties to the treaty of
'Amiens, and who wtro not allowed
'to deriyy any advantage from the re
monstrances of his majesty in their
behalf,- are nevertheless to be x(ude
the victims of a waf-wliich laWledgt-d
"to arfse out of the same treaty, and
are to he sacrificed jn a contest which
; Ujey not c lave not occasteritd, but
jWhich they haVe had no means what-."
evjjj; of preventing.. . : -. ,
His majesty judgtdit moist expedi
ent, iindcP the cipcuu5tances which
then affe'tted Eur&ne. to abstain.
jTriim - a recurrence tor. hostij-ities
on account 'of the ews cf mbiti5h
j .and lets of aggression 'rianifested by
France cy the contiititYet an e-
penencecf the character and disposi
tions pft'.ii French i;overnYnent could
shct luM to impress his maj,esty wiibh
isenseoflhc T.c0ily of increased di
ligence In-.' jr'fiRrding the rights' and
dignity cf lils crown, and ifl-f'rotect-in
the interests of his people
; Whilst his maiesV wns actuated by
! 'tt ese sefttinvejits, he was called upon
. ty the IH'iith government tQ' tvacU-
afcd the island of a'tu. - His majesty
iifid manifested, from tiie momcct'tf
t!;e. "signature1 of the. definitive. Ircaty,'
I "?n anxious dinpos'.tiAii- to catrjAlnto
, full effect the itipUlations of Ae.trea
1 ty of Aliens relative to that inland
As Rcn as.Le was informed that an
taction of a g'raHif master had to'tn
place; under the avrpxes of the empe
perorof -Hussiji. and that it had been
agreed by the different rriuiies assitn
hied ft $t.,. PtUrsburgh ta aekr.ow
Jdgr- the- person whorit thr trurt of
.Uotn.a should f.i tect oyt of those who
aiad Letn caukd by thvn to be graiid
niasttr of ihc'ordw jof St. John, lis
majesty proposed to the French go
vernment, for the purposj of avoid.ng1
ny dilUculiiesivhith miht arise in
the exectuionof lhatamsgtrner.t.to
avknowlitlgjthat elect icm to be Valid;
and when, n th month of AusptMie
French gvfiTirr.entppii(uito llstaa
jesty tq permit the -JleupdkaMrospi
to ha sent to theislr id cl Maft'v at .a
' preliminary n easuf 'f;r preventbj ;
any unnecv-ssary tleU) ; , pis roajes'y.,
consented v,itont any heVutt'.oo to
this propcsul, and gave directions' tcr
the. ff.dmiMoh tf the Kcapolifnp
tronj s into thc'Htfltid.. llh mijety
had th is the wt his di-V.'ian not en
)f to tlirtjwno o; s'.ack in-the way of
the execft'i'n c'E the tiertj i tf, tn
iae ronir&t v, to iiriiuate. me execu
lln tfit hy evetf rneahs'm his yor.
His-eiiftjrfiy cftnL-t, hmrcver, ndnit,
jth at at ; atirfpriod rlren. the tor e! J.
io'i,-f ttje treaty of Amietj1!, the
I'rrr.Xh f;ovetnnii,nt have M a riKht
I rail up j Lim ii ronforrrity to the
llij i.latit.nj of llt trcy.to withdraw
hi f jrtei ironi t'e UW'iA cf Malta.
ctfle time hen this (icmand was
'tis Je by the French f?ocrrtfiient, ie
eriilof the moil important nipula
Utiorti 6f the arrsngemci'.fi rrtpect
Irty Malt rtmalticd uneicr uteA j the
I'.cttion of a prand master lvd Vrj
tera carried into rect. The tetitJi
crtkU hud fl'pulfttd, that the inJc
pen lr ic e of the island thoul l he pa
fed under the uarfantretid.'pntec
lknpf(irrt.Britas.n, Trtice, Austria,
V,us".l, Spain and Prussia. The em
peror of icrra,ifiy had acceded to
the rjtitrraitivf.t utonly on-tondtiion
hl alike accttion nil the part of th
cher powrt ijvrined i?t the tniel;.
The empror of lunsia had tofjml
his sfctsMon.fJtffpt the comStion !
that t!ie Mal,,-el6U)ghoul4 tenh- ;
ro-rttfdf vniltht jkirof Priistla had I
Riven ro aner vhattrr to the'ap
Hcvtloti width f A hern rr frU to him j
toareM- to the arrangement. Tint j
the f.in.Umen'.l pilnciplc, tjpn thi I
tsiMfnc cf satilch rlrptndea thiei
fvit'mnof ihj other parts of the artlcli j
Ma irr n .Pfeattd hy. tht 11
hkh hiul uken 1 1 Art
tloa fibf;.ri;r iir.i th inslufl f,
if the tfeaty of peace, ,7; was lo the
"order of St.'lohn of-Jerusalem that hh
'-jnajest wastby ftit fisst stipulation i
i the 10th article, bound to restore the
i3iUU VI lUttit.l' I'.uc vtuvi iV-U- ,
ncd to consist of those I-angtjes VblH
were in existence t the . tithe of ,.i"r .
conclusion of the treaty t the. ..thre
t Trench Langues having been abolish- .
cd, and a Maltese LangMe tdded 6 ..
theinstitutjori; -The order consNK-4 !
therefore, 'jat thaLtftnei of the follow
ing Langr.e's, of Arragoni Castile, G6r
;ny, liavaria and Russia.v Shice the
conclusion of the definitive Ircaty, the
Langues of Arraj;on .arid Castile havt
been separated feofci the order
Kpain, a part of the Italian Lanyrui.'
has been abolished by the annexation
cf Piedmont jind Taring w l-'ratice.
There is string reason to believe, ih;t
it has been in icontctnpjation toVf
questralte the property ot the Bavatkri
La'nguc, an4 the intention has been u
Vowcd of .kcepinej .the Russian .a:i.
' gues within the dominions of the eav
.Tperor.' ,".-, y.-y. ; , -
Vnder these eircum'stance?, the or
der of St. John tVnnot now. be consi
'de.red & that body to which, I accord- "
inpj to the ' ittipulatt on -' of -the treaty V-'
.the island was to be restored,, and thV
Tunds indispensably neceskary for it1
.8upport,!and to le maiotf nance of
the imlepiphdence ofthal isiind' havi
been nearly, if not whJJly Rcqucstra
ted Even if thii had arisen from
circumstance which it waiviSotln the
power of any efthe dontractinj pr.
ties to the treaty b tohtrol,'his tnajeis
lj nevertheless, , Vootd.havo . had a
'right to defer We eyociiation of- thi t
islandhy his forcei, .until such time ius
an equivalent arrangemetit ba'tl 1tr "
concludedfor the' preservation ofthe"
independence of the order and of the
island. But if these 'changes have t
ken pi ce in ccnasuence of any acts
of the other parties to the treaty t if
the Freuth government elicit appear
to have proceeded upon a ystem of
rendering tha oivlcr whose indt pen
dence they had stipulated, kcapahle of
maintaining 'that ;ln dependence, his
rnaiesty.'s.'riKht to continue in the o- ,
i cupation'of the island, 'undr, such, piir
VliMi'i'iivwat 11 111 ur.i uii uc vviiivairiu
It is indiiputable that ihe revenues of
the two Spanish Langnes, have been
withdrawn from the order hy his n-.
holiC majesty, a part jof the Italian
LangaahaJih factbeen-ahollthed hy
France through the unjvitt nrtx;v
tion cJ PiednVnt,, I'arni'v, and PU-
j e conn, vo me 1 rcoe.ii in i i;nrjr il
j elector of Bavaria, hss hecn instigt.ted
J by the French gnvernmentloieqJcs
j rate the property of the order wuhi
lus territories and it it certain thuf
they have not only sanctioned, hut u.f
cour,fethe idea of the propriety
trrpiVi; ting the Itussian titnuc fti,
the remaindefof the ordfr. (. .
As the conduct of the governm.t
f Frunze snd Spain, hive, therr?'e
:ia sofiir Instances di'ectly, and in r
thers ir.dircftly, contrikuted to the
changes which hive taken jlnes in ti e
ordtr tt this dcstroyrl It mum rTl
S'?pportingitaindeper(!encr,. it ito
featy. that the neft-f neCntion of tl
tenth nrticU' of the treaty of Aniie
ttiut he ascribed. . .
Srr-.h would be theiuat ConrluMen,
If the ttnth article ottba treaty wne
rcuidertd ai so arrangement by T
ef. It muit be obkeiud, Ivneut,
)bat this article fuims piut only of .
treaty f peace, the whole of wl.ihi
connected toeethtr. and the. Itipulj-
' lions of which muuupon riiiuip'.(
, roniwvnio a I trcitiea be conatrued.
as having a refer re me to tathoii i.
I Hit iiujcaiy wta tuduccd by
treaty of puace t conMOt, to urL ,i
i and to rot ore U the order of bt.JoJ j .
I th: liland of Malta, on condition tf
1 In Wpepdrcc and neutrality. " Pc .i,
tutkfcT loiid'uion hkli mut t.t ei
rij be etpoitd f htvc had tt'i.i.i
dcralle i!i.'tr. with his wairktv in
; Inducing him to insKc so Impoturt
j twn'fssion, was the arjifxernc if
I he Fruicll ggveruuf tit in an aiTuifc
, me ut for th arcuiur of the Lavuu
ly t!i rigtuJi ni tuuih ariiilti iu t" 1
trcdlystipiUa'.ir); the: ii.lrUty f U.v
TuckUh empirr, itid tl.v ipCk -.
Uuicc 'th ictiun IvlanJa. Ilisn -JfUy
hdit, however, wuee.h sunt, l!t
thrKrrnt.il roveri.uuU iavc tt- m -tained
iiii j.oatilc Ut Uth li.i n
Jectti f ul that U LntiiM'..
Ktkted th ida ol a ithan et
the iTuikuh etj.pirc 'ileu no
tiiyst tvw be tniiiJivtUi all Wit uJ '
frfcTitl.e etl.e.!l j i bbv alien ,vlU. u
peitbl StUvtatdi Itcnilhe m
; 4att tf that Li! ef r aini the r liti I
fctr a I.) l'