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TO A FRIEND ON HIS MARRIAGE,
O N thee bleft youth", tittict'i band confer, '
The maid lbTear:ie8, Joadel withe koewf.
Etch fjf: eochantmenrof the ,fouf i ber'a ; .
; Thine be ;hejoe to Spay WKbinM. doe V
Aioo fhemoi with herua,:ing grace.
She'll dkraasrfrdm bit fo'otMag voice t ,
Andwift a loot the peocf cottM aot.lraee,"
omilea ihio' her blwthesVed coiifirma the eaoroo.
Spite tbs f ne tiemoM of feeltpg f ra,
To thee (he turniforgive i Virgin fsart ) r
Ti thee (he toroi,. with foreft uderefl c'aint .-J-Weaknefa
ihat iharpia, eluUnce that endear.
At each refpoofe the facrtd rite requires - .. . ( -
; From her full boforn hurtle twbiddeo fight.
A ftrange myflerisoa ewe the fcene inl'pheSf ,
A ad oo her lip ibe tren-.bii'ag tcccott die. -
O'er her fait 4ace what wild emotion play j '
What light and fbadet in" fret confufion blend f i;
Soon fhall they fly... gltd hprbiogcr of day,
Aod fettled funfhiite on het foul defceod, , .,
Ah foon, thine owi coofeft,'exflatie though,
That hand Aiill ftrew eaoh ilioty path with fhwen-;
And (hofeblue eyei, with mildft luHre naught,
Cild the calm current of domedic hour.
But tfcotign for the lime it was nccefla-.
ry that the German States hould concede
their, pride,' it was found to the inter
eft of France to cherifh thefe animofirrej
againit Ruflia, and thus deftroy the hope
of a confederacy7which rhuft in its event
have abridged her. power. t . , -
From theconclufion of the indemni
ties, nothing of mutual friendfllip or good
will m fubfifted between AOria and
Rufiia. The common reciprocations of
diplomatic civility have ever borne on the
face ot Europe, ' the lemoiance o a con
cealed hatred, and a jealouly ripening and
-"From a London Paper of October ?Q, ISO t. -.
Alter a panage of eleven . days, Louis
XV 1 1 1 .' the ! D a k.e- jof A u gau leme, and
fuite, landed on the 26th ult. at Caiin-rv
from which city letters were received in
town laft Saturday qf the 251I1 nit. They
fpcnk of the : honourable reception his
moll Chrirtian Majefty met with, the
King of Sweden having carried his ene
rotis and delicate attention fo far as to
or?def ' perfons of his own houtehojd to
nvait'tiprm him,' and the fame' honours' to
beh'tfin! fo hirriV as if he were already
'feated ipOitVthe' throne of hi ancelWs.
At'lihdlng; hiV'trtajtty was fluted by all
the prtiIlerjo.n the :ratap,arts, and ths
"Sv,edilh governor of the province am? ci
' of Calmai adjfefled his Majeily near
ly in thefa wofdi : . . ,
O.i th pari, and by the command of
my Oracious Sovereign, , I have the Jhiu;
nour t coTipliment your majefty. In
happier tixes, Swedilh Monarchs have
vUiuf Frairce : your Maieftv is the firfl
king of Frahcc'anl Navarre who honours 1
t)i co'tntry with' his prefencc- Mav'
your Riujeuy nnj your re,lid?ncc here as
asrccabl;. as we have orders to make ir,
ant only leave bwedtm to afcend .the
throne of your Maielly's ancc.lors in
1 hr Mvernor then prefented the colonel
and ofnct r of the regiment of fonkonin.
or !cred to, do duty as guards of honour to
tin.- king ot trance. He afterwards in.
troJuccd tha biihon of ihe Diocef of
Clnar, who prefented the membeja of
inccirrgy,. ani in an appropriate Latin
fpcth'ctitJplitnetited Louis XVIII.
1 'he burgoir.a-det and ma;irtratcs were
Jill prtfented, and atrndi.tlhim to the t!.
vernmenc's hotel, prepaTedt and fined up
f"r lri majeHy,1 hrs relation, antf fulif.
Though the tug of France has dec!inti
all pnbac honors, tjiey were, nevc.-'he.
lefs, Ihcwn ro hiui, as the king of S- c
den hid given pnfnivc orden on this ful-
ircl to In governor. Oft the r.i?ht of
ni majeuy s arnva;, uie city ot Ualrrwr
Was i.liuiiin'atcd'. Mon fitfur,' brother to
the king of. f rince' Cad not JanJcd at
Go'.tenburgonlbe Jqrhtilt. '
' '' : '' -
STATE 01 I'LULIC ArrAlRS.
AtihcpVefcnt 'nfrrtsnr, when every to
pic of ptilhltiavl aTifAifTiori U cninptetely
cxlnu'lei.'we lliali call'ntir readers to a
gtci at review of Eroeiii politics.
-Trie fir( fuhjnftoV Co ifidercd is the
confcJuicjr vtrtS M. expedel. ar;airta
Frince by KIi4j'Stte'ahJ Denmark,
' uj ir.:e inret ngiomi,' the far fl
ff ts the Oily px?jtriw!uch can'thrraten
osfenfive wartsrr;ml there id a diHculty
of a vrif ferkfe fititre ateiH!i, ihe ir-
trodfiflloi rf ShV Rurtisiiartny irtrvCtcf-,
many. It it .ciiknown that fhf.LJ
perof nf 'Awftrisi Tcfcnird nothing more
tlaan the iAtcTfdence f RihTks in the af
fiiii of the iMcmjlts..ari4 Uirufion
f an ImpcViat c'iitfn rh I)iett)f Ran
tpn. ' ' ' 1
To fueli 4 arc' In tke hsbit of nerufirk
Gttman whiii:S' it iinnecejtjiy to
inrrion iht Mninwit pamphlet! avid lo
Inm! wi h wfveh iht German ertfs ttem-
cd Mporttrtii ft?b;e3, -Tht fi'hiittlon uf
tb-i Kr-rtich avaa rrraded ia i fttrmJirv
fSj41 of ffenttrent, al the hmrnrror
felt mr froei'tlU in ftit rn"ete4 lo'Hii
a"i'f bi fmxJic lobbfry ti vulori.
ii rrtxfj' r n't . , , ; .., '
4UfoUt iV H hvotttitt ti&. i
till 911-1 llroftdarilirTjiwcM.iii onifcTi;
anl a rfmw.fUa apaWn the ioiertt-..
ci- ,f Rflflta ws'arifuVs't:v trptr4bf.;
!" mtnrto if irtf loitny c ptiwcif rH-lr
'.r twT.rwTiictaoi r rancr,' it wctiid'
I.at fvvid ii way iia Ihe UiiU 'J I
The affair of Baden was yet another
fore, arid as thenremoriftrance of Ru(Tu
was warm andanimated that of Aultrla
was cold and infincere. A turn was even
beheld in her cabinet, terrifick and unfuf
pecled : Pruffia began io be regarded
with a friendly countenance, and the ge
neral, rumours on the continent wcre
that (hould a confederacy of the Northern
Powers' and England take place,and ;jn
conffquence an invfion of Germanyby a
. M M : c--- - - r V-
Kuilun army tor the purpoicot anacKing
the enemy, an alliance would be framed
upon the continent, which would tall un
der the purpofes.and tlireftion of i)ie Em
peror or the French. .
uch is the. cloud which at preicni o
vcrhangs the hopes of a coi.fc!eracv, fi far
as relates to the lining up ot acontmen
tal war. .
Maritime'an1fts.tice indeed miaht be hd,
but it is not wanted,, and France is read
to facrifice every colonial ubjeel.
Sweden and Denmark aie. u.ipleafantly
fiiuated for attacking France, or having a
war commenced in their terr tar'cs ; and
unlcfs the chance of fuccefs was great, it
would be an unfriendly part 10 ex pole
licm to the fury of an invader, and pro
bably be compelled to cleferOhem, iit..tlie
fame manner thatHollaml wasrelinquilh
ed in the beginning of the lalt wnr to an
enemy whom vre had invited irito their '
'-territories,' but were unalleto exptl.
In a word, - n6thi.g', fcetr.s more difS
cult or ambiguous at the prtfent morncut
than the organiz.lt ion ofa cor U 'cracy . .
As to the other powers-of Europe, if
they can'af all be confidertd as detached
.from the iiitctcft and influence of France,
it is of little moment to obfrrvc tlwir po
licy at thiscrtns.
The Legiflaturcpf South-Carolina has
palled an St w autHorife the City Coun-
Uci t)f Charleflonwith the con fent of Con-
grets, to lmpole a duty on ne tonnage or
(hips and eirelsi for the purpofc of. build
ing a Marine Hofpital T
1 TttoMAs Abtts Emmett Efq the l
celebrated Irifh Patriot, is-adtnmed to
praclice as a Counfcllor arid Attorney of
the bar of the United States Circuit Couit
for thediftrid cf Alexandria. This gen
tleman has received from the Prtfulenttsf
. thcUnucd States, and the officers of ythe
i general government, ;.that hofpitality and
refpecl to which he is ilefentedly ' entitled
by his talents,' his virtues, and his fuffcr
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Ve have already given our fentimcnts
upon tn: prooahility ot a biunuii war.
It certainlyr never can be tie in etell of
b rancc or Spain, that our Jailors or (ol.
dicrs fhou!d be fed with colonial plunder.
No power is lo open to attack as bpain :
her flrcngth is in her cokmin, and her
colonics arc d'.fptrfcd and infetuc Sh
is luppcrteil, in a mrafure, by hcr .mer-
chandife, and has no navy. To attack
fuch a power is to pillage h?r under the
namctf war ; it is to .gain fomtihing to
wards the payment of our expence", ar.d
give us what wc want, r mp'rtyn.erit.
Extract of a later from an Amcilicn gi-ntkr-ien
at Port-ku-rrinrfj lo hh friend in Fhiladel
- pJita, daltd December 3, 1804.
" The Aid-de-Cafiip of the EmpcVnr Dcs
Itlines balled on me this evening. In the
course of ouf ermveraution, he mentioned and
wished U lo. b kntiwn that ihe Kmperor was
tmutily. tgnqjunt cf the hanging cf the mate
of the Pilgrim;, .General Christopher order
ed it without his knowM, and has since
received a sucrc reprimaiid Tor so doing."
Extract of a Ut.'er (recei:cdat P.'tUcddjJtia)
fru:n A'cK'OrUtins, (L'.ltd Aov.23.
tl The ruimjtir of a Spanish war lus subsi
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other iluy, which has" given gret ofie tit e' to
the Spanish Martpjis A man of the namo.f
11 was arrcsiwdby oidcroi the Govern
or of Pvnsacola, deprived of his prrpeny,
and detained for a nont! on board of a Spa
nish vi sttl; he effected hisecpe with some
t5i(Tictilty, slid returned to Orleans. Some
-time l0r, findinp lhe-rrnnmitUrrof thf veil"
stl here, he commenced in action against
him for his goods the man ss arrested
the Mnnpiis.sent a vcVhal mtssae to the
Governor, demanding Ms dixh.trge, and
threatened to leave Uie country immediately
if it was refused.
."gurWm. C.C. (ai the Frenchmen In
derision call him) nttcd tlccisivtlr. He re
plied that he would not answer a verbal
mand ; but it the Marmds was in ham. his
pattpoHs wrrt ready lor him an applica
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: the Unit piirpoac, aod met with live same
auee thj mn was not tlim.lwrgcd, and
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the Sheriff at first as prevenud by alnut
twenty Spanish tfic era withdrawn. swordi .
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