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PUBLISHED (weekly) BY ALLMAN'D HALL. TUESDAY, JUNE .l?,
ro'i. vin.vc. "89.
tfJr I I DOLLS. Tl H A X if.
. ' Foreign News,
. LONDON, March 20:
It I reported that Buonaparte arrived
at Boulogne on Friday laft, he has pub
lifhed a proclamation to hi? army at hat
' place, wherein, after accufmg England of
rfavirrg fofmtd a cohfpiracy to alfilfinate.
him, he proceeds to fay, that " the . time
. not diltant when he wilt procure them
an opportunity to be convinced that in
triguers, however fuccefsful in plots,, are
never valient in the field ; and that iron
at all times muft conquer 'q!!. " .H;
pretends 'to pity Moreau and Phdipqm,
who have, he fay fallen vicYtras to Bri
. tifh perfidy 5 and promifes to lead the ar
. my in perujn to revenge the di (honor done
; . to France, in the corruption of tvyo of her
greateft men. This finelTe may anfwer
the Tirft ConlVl's purpofe of filencing
"the clamours of his foldiers ; but we trull
that minifters will not fufFer Britifh ho
nour to (land committed, for want of a
fair and decifive refutation of (j fcanda-
It h alfo ftid, that Buonaparte has left
Paris 'to avoid the torrent ' of" petitions
from the friends of Moreau, Pichegru,
and the other accufed perfons, whom he
lias ordered to be executed the moment
; s tNbfeqttious courts of jnltice fhall have
fnund them' guilty. The armies in Hol
land and Hanover meant to petition in 'fx
vour of Moreau : but their commanders
: rtliifed to forward their memorial Sc
did me the honor to addre(s to me with a
copy of the report of the Grand Judge, re
lative to papers whicn. prove iuai mi.
Drake, the Britifh. Mmitter at Munich,,
has held a culpable correspondence with
traitors, for objedts which all. eiviu?c i
nations mult regard with horror, and that
horror muft. be redoubled when wc fee
that it is a minilter who- thus prolVitutes
.his facre 1 charaacr. When a fublrern
asent commits a bafeor atrocious act,' it
may be luppoieu mat ne is nmatm.w. uy
perioral interelt. ; but the attions of a
minilter are generally attributed to the go
vernment he Tcprefents ; an I even when'
he adtsagainit his order (wiucn 1 hope
is thecal in this inftance) , his conduct is
fo much indenting I with his government,
that fuch acts tend to overturn foetal or
der, and to bring nations back, 10 birba-
rifm. I beg your hxcellency to oitcr to
the Firft Conful in the turn; of rriy Go
vernment, the mod fincere felicitations
foflviving happily efcapcl t .at'empts
o f his enemies, directed not only agaiuft.
his lite, but againlt an objed .more dear'o
liis heart the happinefs of the nation of.
" , -,! r 1 r. . .1. 1.
which he is the cruet ; a iiippincis wmcu
is the refult of his noble labours in the field
of honor and in the cabinet, and which is
not yet fuffi :ieitly eftabliihed not to
deeply fhaken by his Jols.
Minifter Plenipotentiary from :hc;Ur,i
- tcf StatcS of-America
vera! officers have been arrelted anil lent to
Paris, as inltigators of 'his meafure.
.Every perfon above fifteen years of age
in K ranee, whether male or-female is 0
bilged to carry a card, or pals, containing
a minute clelcriptiuii ot his or her per-
The military counfel at Breffuire, in
.the department of Deux Sevres, Ins con.
tlemned to death liquet Jauras, AuS'if.
tine Michel, Jean Pciuud, Jean You,
itith lixty other perfons, formerly Chou-
r,s; thev were execu'ed immedijtely..
The crime was thai ihey had no pall'ts.
The military ccmmiffiort 'at Nantes.
on the 41I1 nit. condemned to death, Pierre
Gaurun,. tor bei.'g fj'in t without a
rafs. He was executed the fame day.
Gauron was formerly an officer among
Circular let'er addreffed tr all the mutr.--
hers of the Diplomatic fjj.ly.
ir.ci'itlt Vonrul i-.a oniercd me to
tranfmit to your Excellency a copy of the
report prefemed to hi.n hy the grand
iu 'e, on an tntendrd confpiracy forme.!
111 France by Mr. Drake, the envoy of
lals Britannic majeOy at the court of Mu
nich, and which, by its objscl and date
was connected wiihihe infamrui plot on
which the tribunals are !ipw lilting in
A printed copy of iho feitcn and au
thentic pjpiu of Mr. Drake is annexe I
to the report. The originals will be im
mediately fent by. order, of the Firll Cn
I ul to his Serine Highncfs the Elcclqrnf
Bavaria. ' Such a prortiiution ol the moil
lionourib'e futic'tion that can becoiifcr"
red on men, is without ptecedent in t he
, luf'ory ot civiliid nations. It will alio.
- nifrrindrieve-Europriike-thc fcanthtTit
an ut.lirard lit crime, hlch the moll
wcrihl-. fi government have never dared
to'maiitaic. The Fitlt Conful is too
; cll acquainted with the femtmenti,- and
quatiiicb whih tlM i ntfiii Hi tin diplomatic
Lody accredited 10 him, not to be con-vinc-d
that they will Uc with protoun I
for row the proianatiou of ihe facrsd cha.
"ufJtr nt mbjHidnnoturtfil into ami
i iltt-r of plots, villainy and iorr upiiou. .
Accrpr, tic, lie,
Mihifler ot Fnuign RclaiionsT
The Mor.iieiir contains anfwcri to thi
nter fro.n Count Cobculzrl, the Im.
rerial Mi iilltr ; Cardatul Capita, the
Vopt't Lfgatj a Ian re; he Marqi.ij Luc
clieftnt, sjiibatra.f.ir ot hi Putiiiati ma.
j'lly i.Citiivrt Srhimmilptnt imk, ttit
Catavian AmhalTador ; Mr. Dieytr, the
, . Danilh'Amballjdot ; Mfrui Ac Ga'lo,
' the Ntjptditaii AmbaH-dor j M. Cttto,
; lh? JlavitUn Amhairidor ; M. Bureau,
, JVIioutcro! ihe L.rctor if Sixony, ,and
1 icveraiotiieff, anexr rilung tentimtnii of
', h nnhn apaiuil'il.e ioiMikI afciibcdto
Mr.Urke. ! 'le.olloffinj; it -ihe an
fwer si the Amnion AfluiLdnr,
To M.TutiV a a d.
m ..... ItWtV III W.I J03
Dated 26 i h of March, 1804.
.The anfwers of the-Minlflcrs. of the
different powers a' Paris to the adlri fs ot
-Talleyrand mult excite -3 peculiar intercit
in this country, which is villiiic'd and ca
lumniated in a manner molt undeferved
and unexampled. 1 hey are all more or
lefs fun able to the clufadcr, policy i and
independence of their refpeclive courts.'
The minifler of Auftria, Hates generally
that every member of the corps diploma
tique mult condemn anr thing that is done
bv a diplomatic agent contrary to the laws
of nations. The minifler of RufTta f peaks
jencrary to the fame rftett. The minif. !
. lerof Prullia goev'furthcr, writes like a ;
Prcfeft of one of the U.uud D.partm.tits; -he
fays that Mi Talleyrand can caft'v con- ,
ccivc " thtf whole part which 1 he King, j
his nutter "wi'l uke in h entire cilfi
of fo miny fuhjcls f alarm fur the
friends of France." Tne Anv.ri in mi
nilter doubts whether Mr. l)rke ut
have bren ailing with the approbation ot
his Gjvcrnnvrnt. , M. Cctto, t!ic B4vati
an mi'iiitcr, exprefTjs t!ie uti'ho'.t M.d'guj
lion that the ttrritor-.r of is maMer
l'.ird h.ivc bjeii fcbA:d a the rendez
vous of intrigue and confpiracy ag-iiHt
ihe tranquility of France. The Eit-.lor
of Badcn'i minilter fpesks in ihe f.iT.e
lone. M.d'llcrvas, tlw Spini07nni!ter,
and molt nt theiorps diphmutiqi:c, whe.
ther conncded wiihKrance or iiot.j'fi in
rtpr(l)atiti (uch !ranfictons as'lh.fe im
puted to Mr. Drake. If ilic letters, c.
procl a m 1 ation , rfw ho a re de n pm i n aed " br 1 -
gandsof Georgess gapg RouT Gilliard
ot tlouen, known by., the ,nameT St.
Vincent. ; Armand Gilliard, his brother, ;
Ta.merlan, Atjas Tata, Alias Derville,
a brigand who efcaptd when" Sr. Vincent
and Armand Gilliaril were arrived ; Pi.
cot Limoelan, Alias Beaumont,, who kil
led' himfclf by- a mufquet fnot in the
belly. : ..
A number of perfons had been taken up
by thd police, and fentenced to punifh
mertt ly keeping the doors of their habi-' ;
tations open al improper hours, in viola- i
lion of the 'aw of the ?.2d July.
At T,pul.yu(c, ciu'zen Pari. cnr 'nitTa
ry of war, and citisn Paul Vanfe, had
been arrelt'ed, and their papers put under
leal. ,." " ',,
Ar I.yonsv clti?.ei Bereau Pudy had ar
rive 1 trom Paris, aid had taken the reigns
of government.. .
Kroni S'rafoiirg trrntion is m,i(Je of the
further arreft of fevual einigram's on the
borders o Itlu; Rhi:i(. -They fpeak'alfo of
the fci ah re of fjvcrjl very irifporjant pa
. pers which 'hrow grcJt lih? on the; plans
ot t he confjiir;orf ,
We have rrceived 'mtc'.'igence that a
Riitlijfi t'rigat(f, with feve rat irtnfports,
have arrived irrbne of the ports of the
B ack Sea. The frigate a i l the troops on
boir.l are deltincd fir Coit'u.
Informathur is received, via S'nyrr.l,
that An l aclia, governor ot AicxaAdrid
.has become reconciled . wi'h ths - foreign
confuls. He quits Alexander for Cairo,
the rm'tc having coihifea: to htm the gene
ral government' cf Egypt. - ' "
The anibdifjdor tibtii ' Rufiia had de
dure I by a ci rcula r hwer, 1 0 all: t fx, f"
nign niinidcrs, that accoiding to the de
cision of his i-ourt, cheharbrrnr of Scbil.
topol, will be appropriated cxclulively 10
receive the Ruffian veffrls of war, and
that noothtr? wi l be admitted.
The Grat-d SignicT is about to marry
the daughter of Jus predpct-irir AbJul
Hamtdan, to the Pchaof E icrund.
Theth'p Magr.ificcnf, an Knglill vef
fcl of 74 gun Uruck on the Black Rocks
ot the iS'-hoit. A. ftjrt'f.f tilt trtw -pe-r
ihe.l, a p"t v . : faved ' by thciboa:,
and feven . "-, landed on Ilk- Beni-
qM wht-ie. -r-.ey ' .-re nude piitontu
Amun them -re 7(-flKeis.
OF THE gUKh ir:N'Gi:EIN.
T.lie following inttntlir.g account of the
. execution of this nnfi.r'.utute rrince,
i ex'raftcd fronu do-, paper of A
pril 11, entitled 'ihe Globe.
The txe. utioitcf the Yi: of Ene-
y.du v.'as as private, ami as ttuuionlly con-
ai-ti, as his conJffiiiiaiion wak.publith
cd wiih eclat. For ivcnty-f ur hours atier
ins murder, pctitiois lor him were pre-
leinul by ti e Duke 1c Ltancouri, anJ le
vers! other ot liisffici.nl, ihicugh ihe
mcan of MaJaml Buoiunarle. as the
Fir.t Crmfu! riftdesat 4allnaifon, where
he is vifib!e to nontbnt his m'ui Here, fa-
votiio and itlati-.es. hvrn in the fenate
fciibed to tint envoy be forge I, and that "n. ,,c 22d . " rfor()f"l by I;-njan.
hey are we Ijntcriairi not the fnu'Lit douM, r.aMlV,.adf , . C .F"1' S"?" ,0 P3.rd."n
thev areweenteriain not ihe fm1 li.l.Sr aijc mc rtru v.cir.11! to psrdon
we ihmk the calumny oi.if l.t to be rebut- '. ,,,c ,y"Kf' " uuai 1 J'lV-hat.irisac-
ted in funic official wav. i f ""ed out in flroi.g largtroi-e ihe
wiyr 01 aiciiuvniii l nooiisparic 10 D'oou
in r,n caulcs ; and lani among other
wA4nure-4:uifpiuuraWCWher- t, K "1--"'iLY""
....1 nu ... .u . T , . r' hen l.e Has furccJ tu tint his name to a
dta'h warrant; but, at anoiher lime ac-
ciil'omcd to the fight ot h ood, by i: e ad
The Patis papcrr mention the arreft of
in the fol t)w.u
and Chides tie Hosier,
- . Citizen Paqucs, It.fpnlor General
of the minillrj ot the Gran.i Judje, ac
companied by citizen Cmnungcs, Cnm
nilTirv of Police and fome chofen (iei s
d'Armes has arrclled Cha ties d'llotie
ore of ihe principal brigmdi, he was
concealed with one. Gallcr, a falcsmati
in the Itrcet of Si. Martin. He had with
him ftvcral wigs for tlifguifo, and fjfc
mixers nrine lame co,ur of the Hif.'
Icrtnt wigs. It was ihi' ChatltJ d'Ho
2ier, who provMcJ at Paris the lodgim;i
where he was (hot up, with fotir pens d'- ,
arires, for thnhdurs he lived after hti 7
condemnation -; there was neither a -.bed
nor chair ; there was fome -tjawj. where . .
he fat down, but he was prevented from ,
a mom'snt's reft, by the noife and qiiefV."'
tions of fatcllites, whTTKad orJcrTlo pre
vent his" flumber?. : A clergyman vva
with him for an heir, but was not per
rnitted to fpeak with him oapt fo loud
as to be heard by the guards.
' In' the morning, before ('ay .lipht ori
the 22d, gen. Mura: -arrived at -Vihciii-.
nes, efcorted .by fifty Mamelukes, inl
accpmp.anied'-wiih four aid-de-camps, and
generals Moriier, tlulin, & Lonis Buona
parte who had come on purpofe from the
coalt. hoh Mameluke, held a flambeaux,
and coo ens d'jrmes 2nd 300 men of ihe
Italion troo;)s furrounded thecaltie, pre
vented the approach of every one, and
guarded all the -avenues, to that part .f
the wood about an hundred'. yards di'lant.'
from the cattle, fixed for the place of c'x- -edition.
The Dnkc being told that hi?
fentence ras" to be executed, fard, calm
ly, " I am ready and re(i:;ned." When
he heard upon enquiry, that ihe grata
cti'ers who fluid Id (hoot hi in-, were Ital
ionjt of Bonap-rte's g'tard, he faid";hank
God ! they ate no. Frenchmen. I am
condemned by U' "foreigner, arid God be
praifed, tlul my oxecutlOner are foreign
. is too. It will be a lla'"n lefs -upon my
countrynTeh." Upon rhe place of Exccu
tion, Jie htted his hands towards Heaven;
and'faid May God.pttferve my PC i n ,
and deliver my Country from its foreia
yoke." Two gens, d'jrmcs' then' wanW! : '
to :ic an handki-rchicf over hi eyfs, hut
;.hc f!id;:.la loyl .Soldier;"-who -has. becti
fo cfitn. cxpolVd to fire and fvferd, cart,
fee the approach of deatji with naked eye
and without fi-ar. His hat. wa tlx-n ta- ,
; ken off. But in looking' at tVe srrr.a.
diors vi ho ha ! already pointed their fufif
at him, he faid, in Italian Grenadier.
lower your arms, other vi fo ym will rrrifs
me, or only wound me." 'Of the nine
greniniicrs who tired at him, f;ven hit
hioi ; feven bullets parced his body. Im
mediately aftrr his muider, en Mora!
fent his aid-de-camp to Malmsifon.
fmall coffin, lined with liuie, was re3fr
to receive his body and a crave had h:eii
dug in t'e garden of tjic c-ltle, where ho
Such was the end of ihe Duke vi
Er.gh.in, butclutid in the 32d year of
hit ge, by the barbarous forci t trlurpcf,
of the thror.c ot his family. Hi poilclffd
the fincere arfttiun, not only of his royal
relatives, but of rvrry Frcr.thnian, wi.V
hid ferved uridtr him, and of every perlr-i
who knew nm. He had not on.'j the tf
term, but the friendih ( of the A'.clnfuke
Charles ; who, during ffverat cainpji)jn,
had been auilltd by his talents, and wi;
neired his cuuraf. He was as fccncroti'.
as brave : and. in the z-e. of
deprived himfelf of allenjoymVntr, to af
tilt hil numerous diltrclTrd counttym';!!.'
,t . NKW-VOKKVlay 29.
- Inthe new project tor a penal ml cri.
minal c'dc, whiih we injniioned a few
days ago in the Mercantile Alvcrtifcr, as
bemg about to be difciiirel by the tribu
nals ot the rrcmh Republic, great chan-
lcj are propoicti.
P . Accoruins to inVi
viceof depraved com fcllou, l eniuiilcr--
edhis own niotlirrand broiher. his tutor,
his (riiators, mir.illers, general, ard all
clalTe of Roman ciiizen i:h the fame
indifference as he fiw Rome burning.
Buorupaitc dr fired general Muitiei to
be pttfi lent of the military commillion
whuh condemned the Duke, but he de.
clinrd it. Grn.lliilen was then appoin.
ted (the fonofa wafherwoman, and tor
metly a fcrvant In the work houfes cf il.e
Court n Vclfaillc) rt.iorioiu fircc July
like a cnach't'.an. who wei fnt (.,.,tvt I - ..l. 1 . ... 1
c.. 1 ... .1,, rt c " . ..I1'. WI u,c "voiuuon. nti lentcpce was
- i,m, mc 111 ui .icj'iemucr lair, ana
brough: him io Par:i.
itor Couchcry, il.e cor 5 lent and
1 ICCnmplicc o Pichr i-tu. i.aullv dlflin.
guioir.i mine f.'tia ii hit, mk artil e.
on ir.e s nucrmirul (291I, Mar h) by ci;i
tifen Pquci in the llrcet uf Ibybiu,
wn?rc i;e wis tonccale lj th-brothir of
im. Coin hery has re?ome the hired ia
liimniatcir ol the Krruch laiion, iniW
jm.tni ent.ilel Le Courier dc. Londfci,
being prfkcuud bv firknef. from arn.m.
rhyinP.'cbrgru in hi piHeto France.
iv 'imucj nil nriiiir ii . ..'ai
rr.e other rfrfom recchtl y afrtflet', are
Lemrrcier. John .elan, Ah Brutu,
ul 1 cter Jcac, ,;i fc.ibesUo ,he gfr,cl,
pafted.tlieDuke aflcfd if he
r.apane t " yttf faH Hulin, if y.ui
have any difcovcr1e to make.0 Df
covelit,,, aufwcird the Duke, v ih InJ f
ration f carrv me to the place of exicti.
tioti." Tint cannot be dure" faid H.
lint, bcfre we have rcp.uicJ our fen
tc'icc tu the Firll Coulul." I kitw
the fcntcncc," anUcrtd the Duke, be.
f.te, igsind the lawt of nation, fa: car
red me away from Lttrnhcim.M ,
Fiotnthe lirc of the Duke's weft
he nad never once keen permuted to lay
on a bed, to tmlrcfi, tolhave, or to
change hit linen; ml hn ft were U
foh'eii from fatigue that he co-il hardly
ilanj. In the Dureun at Vinccnnei,
proitA. rtrenrt are-
I to fuCcccd the prefidents. Th.-iurifdic-
tionoteacli jreior wi.l contain fcerat
deparimciui. . He is obliged to appear at
rarnonce in me year, to give an account
of the judicial affairs of his d.flrict. Thl
nragidraie is tu be affiiteJ by pro-prelor
and fupplram -The prO'pre'r 'o I'm
n.licu to in- tribunals of ti e full in
ftance, and are to lorm thecrniinal tril.it
nals, in mcc.ingoncc a year at a certain
fixed period. 1
Crimes are to be punifhcJ with a more
rigorous pain than doth. The ccffjtion
tl life is to be preceded by torment
which augment the horror certain deflruc.
tion infp.rt. For itample, the patiefde
will have hit rit;hi hand cut off before he
!ofc life; Lit mrpfe it to be t onerf rn
the fpot wfttc he corr.rnitted the crime ;
and over his gt-ve it to be filed a gibbet, ,
wHt hit narm and the nature i.f his guilt.
In certain cafes, even the tmiurts which'
luring the rtign of Louis XVI, were tail
afidc and profit ibed, are apain tr be in-'
tro-luted ; and f.r confpiraton, whenth -dcaihol
the chief maturate 11 plotted, tha
criminal iitotc broken upon the wheel.
By thf-niiiifh racket Leiceflcr, Loni
don and Halifax papcri are icuivcd at
the ofTice of the MorninftChronicle. The
f London datei are not f0 jic t thefe aU
icad; rc.ticJ. The only aid. tianal at