XTqivk IX. .
PUBLISHED ST. ALL MtTlteDAT, DECOiata
Brom a Parts paper of September 28."
:. ; tribunate. . . ,:(k
Secret fitting ,ot the iJ Vendemair'e, year(
4, the Proces Verbal uf which ha been,
lead in the public fiitintj of the 4th. '
SaInt Cloud, iijl Ytndtmalrtf iiai,:
Mr, P,rrjidtntf , .-, . , ';.
J have the . honor to inform you,' ''that
the orators of 'the Council of. State, will
repair tomorrow, TutfJay, at 6vem the
make a communication jo the iiameot his
rt . . a. ' If I. . '.".t
nsjeity tne empejpe. 1 ne empwr , 02
firei that .thii fitting be, not pyblic, , Af v
'. cepx,.Mr, Prcfilertt,' the ailurarices of my
highcoiifideration.? . . , ,".
'.Signed) , . .. ,11. B. MAJET. . .'.
The or&'ors of the council of jlfite. bring
introduced, one of ihetc explained hiuifclf
.as follows. ; ,
.Tribunes, We arqinftruircd.by the em.
peror' and king to communicate, to you the
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ipccyn wnicn n m, yeiienuy. uenvcica
to" the Senate ; at alio the expo fit top ot thp ,
reciprocal conduct of Franceand,Aw.trtaa
fince the peace of , I.unevillcj and ot tha ,
s caufesof theprefent war.., , . ; ,,.
: The Orator of the Council of State, then
read the faid documents. , , . ;
After , which the Orator continued a
Tribunes. You hae iu't heard .hatwar
bas brcksn out en the continent. Thise
vent will ktfiiO every friaad to humanity j
but will be' only terrible for the eneniiej
of France. ' t
, In vain the emperor offered peace to
England, in the midtfof the terror he ha 1
llruckhcr with, in the miJil of the prodi
gies he daily cteated to rcftore to the
French flag 'us. ancient g'ory.' The Bri
tilS' Mini&ry, far from accepting the of
fer, fr having kept alii (Tins in its pay
and exhauded every means to five up
France anew to the horrors of anarchy.
Jus jurt feduced by i's gold and Intrigues,
I wo governments whole interest are fo"
trign to its quarrel, or ratlior (wniLr
iih regard 10 , the liberty of the feas,
which ihe emhrior of thfc Frenth withes
to re-eftsblim, but which England docs
rot ccafe looppreff, '
If pa (Hon had not b'inded Aufiria and
RuiOa, the part they had to art w as both
noble and eafy, they miiAt by endeavourl
itig to contribute to the return nf pcite,
bave fet their (aces a gain (1 the abfurd f) T
tern of blockade,' and fecond time have
procumieu tne principles ot mat arne4!
neutrality- which rtfliflcd f.i much
honour on fome foveidgns during the war
for the independence of America, princi.
p'es foundei upon the righs of naf:on,
and which one of the northern power,
by claiming Hncc tliat period, only diew
on hcrfelt the vengesnce ot the enemies
to the liberty of the feas- It was no
dpubt time to pr.mnjie them fnlemn'y t
and trjet bound; to irte ba ih y preicn.
fiors nt a llate loiefcrte for iiftlf whit is
the cumtvon property of all ths human
face ; and vhr in ureal an htctc'l was
fo evidcr. how ,vat it pwfli'jle to mifonder.
- Hand it tu inat 1' rrc. ht r.ot univ to a.
bandun Jf, Jtt .-cvcniajttite.gaipft. the
only power whUh wished to dcUd it
liic Aiulrtan uyvfrnment. whih has
. tlcehe-n fWt H fdetis ni ittruin, and
been twice f paiaird h ihs vi'.r, dare
toorpnle tifdf oik e n tore fo fall in the
byfs, fioci which it hai juft tfcar-rd,-CJhiui
to the iihet of all ih ( mm.
States, it de.ivrtttipta the caUmitics of
wjt cininuief whu fi ofiiu it let hmi pre.
m . . . m . m f .
lent! the traces ot us ravages I it SUtr.UUs
11 its force?, h direds ihem towards
.Thafe (Vmimenti are fo conformable
to-tJte character of our nation, that it te
quires r.o effort to make them known ; bnl
'ihwrJd it be ufeful to, propagate ,ihe,m,.
'who rnore than'jou. Tribunes, would
naften to employ all; their ii.flucnce, to
fenlighten . the people on their iuterefl,
and duties ; who more than you has the
Hghi to excite their xeal, lidtliiy and
gratitude towards our augufl emperor i
. The prefiient made tbe following re
ply :' ; i -"j"'
Gtthttitn Orator of she auncil 9 f (lute; ;
i nikTi' 'iik ill f.arcfclv belitve ' that
! whiULwe were figging for the indepeu-1
i it the feas ai-.d the free commerce
I cr every people the emperors of Auftria
anil Kiiilu IHdilKl Wiin. 10 uukc a Mivciiiwu
if fiftr of the common enemy, coalefce
;with itimagainft the faith of tua ics and
t!:lr own;intercs, and decbra the mott
' unjuft and abfurdwar agnnlt us. , '
TfcU nntooked for at!erefliOu is the me
lanrholv refutrof the ancient hatred vow.
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L edacainltT ranee by tne VJrt ot.;V irnna,
and ot the coriu; ting Rio 01 max ui aauji
.K ulonbt but that it mufti produce .'the
'elicit ;i ilviding our foicct ; aed of lf-
" (.ending fur a tune the vait projats wnun
1 th$ "jrnius Otb great '.'Napcileori Was"'- at
K-ngtK. gum l execute a-uut me; &ng
But 'the ftgnal infiderny"of the court of
Vivnua will Uiuiily receive us. J in pun--i(nYiinf.
i d the mcnarchVhoai France
rnnl.i ivvifc havt dcfuoilcd of more t!ian
half of his hereditary flatei' will not be
long before' he repents having renewed
the continental war, aftuated by motives
foreign to 'the true interefts of the Ocrma-
; in rnnt.mnt tit the folcmn
11 iv. sill yi v, mi j r -
treaties which liad ie-c(labliflied peace on
. Gentlemen," prators of he council of
ftate, the tribunate which feels the tMva
lue of ihe indenendrt.ee and cor fiJcratiort
ot the French empire, is bout to unite ad
its eifona and ufe all us influence to pre
firvft ihem foil ai.d entire.
Tli fineft armies in the untverfe. who
feel their own force who .polkls the en,
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ihn lulm oi frenc i honour, ami me iiaou
of ict(jy, a people. whofc di'Tention have
tfiT.-J iht'in inore u ttL'eiic : all tliarc-
f .Hires of nituie. tl.e f.ienees and the arts
iSUedlcd by Napo'eij'i.' how, whatever be
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the ctuiiCes .t oaitus, van t uicj iuc u-
fue ot tlse war I
i . ,- nimatcd bv an eninu-
fiafm equal to f J great an interclt, it wtll
never fuffer our brve armies to want lor a
moment any of the'tr.eans ta fubfift and
coiiquer. , ' . - ' : -
r i n i l' ... Mnmi nil ttar Ot
i BuonapArie, they are about to cover ihem-
: felvcs un new laurels ana ipisu j -
! 'venge hc national honour treachctoully
j : The tribunate gives you an acknow
. ledgement of the reading and laying oo the
': ' tabic of the I mperial Decree wbtch conf
tains your 'thflion of the documents ic.a.
. . . ' .Kii-h -voir
tive to tne commnmcuo "",y ,
have jdft made to it in the name ot 11 A.
iiiA,nr knd timr.' and, of the fpeecn
;vou nave run en?iv v - -j
. . . . c rif (' ate l
. n..nrv.rrfir rtiiian ivcoit -cctu w
unredeemed Six per cent. Sterna Motfc, .
nincty-to and a half per cent i two thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine dollar ninety
three cents, of the like unMeerr.ed Six Jcr
cenu deferred Stock, atib r& el ninety tw
per cent : live thousand and eighty-ketch
f Three OeP tfTit. ,
Stocki at - the mte of" Cfiy-e ven per cent i .
.Three thousand eight hundred eighty-four
dollv seven cents, oiinc m vr"4
Stock, at the rate of Efty-iix and a hlf ptr
cent. A'mounling tn the whole, irtrJUdiufc
postage and other incidenttd txptns, to six
thousand one hundred and tuneiy-five pouu.,
r 6.t95 ic .
c maybe ecn 'ty-ilelAbrict tf. the "sbi.I
Slocks and Account oF-expcnditures in j .r
chasing them, filed. an lodged with lie;
Comptroller as a oucner to uic uiu.v
unavejuu MCHww'VBi"" --j- it .uommroiicr aa m vo
fri.-.'-; vrVf ih rmincil of Itate then, I i ,,,.
1 lit OUWI J """ " . ! i vll'S'M'"'" .vwumw - .
'willidiew. The .tribunate ordereOv tnc From the foregoing it wiil appear, uwtine-
Ipeech and the repiy io uc ihkhwmu cxpeiuiivurcs wus ' -. "
1 "ti nmrjl e ttf cur warriors produced
the molt brilliant, triumphs when France
. i a -it
was rent, by interior ttonD es j wnat win
ii , n.4 now obrai n, when all t he cm zc..i
of ihe'cinpirc have but one will )
Amnuion and augmentation of power
are liu.ken of, but d i no thefe repfoacn-
e apply tu tne tapsu progitts oi inc un
nlh .lumialoii in the r'uhclt country in ihe
wor' t, i j the machuvthfm of ihs mans
Ii nukes i.fjU t dellroy Hates theie which
have not)ct hill thrif independence? 1)
hot the fe reproaches apply to the Kiiflian
empire, 3 times mote extenflve, than ihe
tcriitory ot all the Hates in Ku-ope, which
duilv iiiiiliiul'ei its invafionr. ibrcaiens
civilized countries with a t.ew deluge of
iirt i r.iriiii fuhiclto its ooA'er. and
vhielt it arms w.n alt thi ttfurce ot ci-
France is LiJebtr J Mr its fafcty to its il
lultrious chiet. No mm. whatever may
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h..e tKt:ihi ojini ntor n.i.tlicalcondiru
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in thccuurleot prcceJing Oivmans, can
deny that I.j aiie was a:ic to oppoic an
mini inauaiauij ii.lc 10 10c t"i ui 11.-
tions. wtotti tu him tnt prctcivation
nl rtrr tr till 1? llul U djir t Of. a.ll h'S
deceive thcrr.f Ives fa far as to be
1 luo hit Inn re. .ou'.ci e. alter fo mw
1 . . 1 " j t r.
ny gialiwUSCip uHS, tne iweeii 01 repic,
hi r un at m neaj ot
1 ... ....rl . i.. -..i
orcfunie II f,, ,, i hit nfwul l it ilicm at
- f 1 frvaiawa - - - -
that Fia-iichmtu Mill wait in I3! mtdlt it l' . . .II ..on'.v t.t.t illuiimt. tint
ihcir rountrr. fur ihc f ' rifeten.'kd nacift
armies, tnoie ncnciatotf 01 a tpccitst i.
a m : a a
Legislature of North-Carolin?..
The Public Treasurer's Report.
To the lienor abUth General Assembly of Forth
THE receipts of the Public treasury 01
North-Carolina, front the first day or Nov;m
Uf. 1 ftoa.. m 1 in? fi,'iit Aam of November. 1 805,
includinc errcai ages, the ptiblicUxes of eve-
ry : uescnption,'anu mc coiiuum -7
mounts to tvventv-five thousand three hun
dred and twenty-two pounds, 1 ten shillings
and seven-pence lin 10
wiu'ti ad led to the balance remaining ii? the
.Treasury on the first day of November, 18Q4,
to-wit, to uity-six. mousanu aim uuiu..
pounds seven shillings (jC56,13 7 0) as re
ported to the last lienerai Assemuiy, uhi
an airri-fir;it( amount of elehtv-one thousand
three hundred 81 thirty-five pounds, seventeen
shillingsJiseven penceaias ir vihui
this aggregate, or last mentioned sum, dis
burementsbavc been made within the period
lirt above mentioned, including tne money
burnt by the last Assembly, the stocks of
the funds or the United States purcnaseu
the use of this State, pursuant to a resolution
of the Lcgiilat'tie, of December Ut, and the
sum paid in obedience to tne aci or Assem
bly, entitled An act t relieve certain 01
the inhabitanUot Mecklenburg couniy,
' f . I . It . tl 1. .kt.S1
other citizens 01 mis auue, v I""u'"
of thiriy-eiht thousand fodr hundred and
eighteen pounds", three ahillinKS and six
pence (jCJ3,4 3 6) the vouchers for all
which ate delivered ovtt to tne uompuvi
ler, and are held ready for Jhe inspection of
the Committee ofl'inance.
Deduct this expenditure or disbursement
frain the a; regate amount above mentioned,
-and a-bulaiiLt oLJorty-Jwojhousand nine
hundred and ueventeen pounds, ToUrteeii
shilun.js and one penny (,4'i,ai7 i r;nieu
in tlw Public Treasury on the first day of
November last, say on Ihe first day of No
vember, 1 8 J5, yet to be accounted for, 1 he
most worn of the bills forming this balance
or i tniainuWwili be selected and held in
,fi inha kitrnt. in rata the leKislatiire
j shall think it adviseablc to destroy them, and
shall o direct. ,
The rti-eipts at the Treasury lor lands en-i-rtl
hit nkul r- mount from the firottlay
of November, 1804, to the first day of No
vember, UQ3, to the sum 01 mree wounu
... . at
three hundred and thirty-one pounas eu;ni
shillings & eiht-pencc 3,33 1 s .j
afnount is covered by celtificatcs and other
vouchers, and does not therefore aflwct the
result of the Public Treasurer a general ac
count, tbe balance of. which is as above ua-
T'rniiC In I ll.la . !l i'aii 111 i-l'.-fl I tilt
It tf mt fur the prifetvaiicn cf eacc ;? u aS .ui i-m'
What idriMifc can il in-rsif jtUlf trom Bttut, j-V ci
-Ibis mmkety i f worHs? it pre fume I jwaatars t! hi
. . .1
tn rnmn'iinrF Uh the itsndinc directions
of the UgWtaarci 1 forwarded en the 3th day
oltUe present month, to iir. 5iiujii
ier of the Uank ol tne wniieu 3ic, uc
first moieties of three thousand fwir hundred
and ninety dollar WX) received on ac
count of the interest and reimU-irsetncnt of
the Stocks of the funds oflhe Umtei States,
atandrnjon the books of the Uimrnisuoner
ber 1804 to November 1805, reduced the ba
lance reported to the last Assembly, to seen-
tcn thousand five hundred and ninety-five .
pounds, three shillings and six-pence a 17,
595 3 6.) Counting, however, on the pro
bable product of the taxes pf the present and ,
each succeeding year, es being comment
rate to the ordinary cxpenres of government,
X have lately procured, w ith part of the last
mentioned balance, more ttank Notes ; and
shall go' oivto procure others as last as prac
ticable, to be likewise invested in Stock for ,
hi. menf the State, to an amount not ex-
ceeding tliis surplus or balance unless the
Legislature shall think paper otherwise to '
direct. w r
' Agreeably to the provisions of the act ot
lasCAssembly, herein before recited, the
Treasurer of the University tf North-Carolina
has transferred to me, as Public Treasurer
and in trust for the use of the State, the fol-:
lowing Slocks," viz. One thousand andnxcr,
ty dollars filty-five cents, of uniedetinedSik
per cunt. Stoik: also Ai hundred and set en-,
ty-uven dollars eight ctms, of uniedtcmtd
Six per cent deferred Stock, each at the We
of nincy-iwo anil atudf per ttnt : t ,eil tr
with six thousand iine hundred and .ntnity--tu-lii
H,,tUi ii'in tv-iine cen's. of Three rcr.
cent. Stock, at the rate of filty-sevef. per cent.
Amounting in the whole, and at those rules,
to two thousand nine hur.dud arid sixty-six
pounds, .thirteen shillings and , mi pence,
K'nrih.rurAlmn mnnpv f 2 .D C 6 12 10.)
l or the further information of the l-egish-
ture with respect to the Storks of the lut t'.a
of the- United Slues held by this Stale, two
Abstracts, or Suttmcnt.s, are herewith sub
united, which will shew, at one uw, ue
mount of each spi cies of Stock helonping to
the State, and forming this growintr -fnd ;
together with the means through which she
became possessed or such Slocks, wlcuHtr
by purchase or otherwise.
In the course of the hie lummer, the mo
del of the Cotion-Gin, fun.ished for ti e use
of thh State by -Mr. .Whitney f Conncttirut,
wbs brought to this plare, and is t,cpositr4
in the Uuom adjoining the Senatt Chan.bct,
. , . a a ..... I at
to the en I that it may be saitiy atpi umu n
UgiiUture shall think proper to direct th
manner in ahich il shall be disposer! of.
The Uesolut'ions of the last Assembly. d
re. tlnglhe Treasurer to ctusethcStsU-lioi ie
to be paintedto procure a lie 11 Tor the use
of the Ug'ulatuie -and to sell the tne f r
merly had tor that purpose, have been acted
on in part t The State-House tibhUen rin
tcd,a.id a new Hell has been procured , lut
the ore formerly hud ictusinion huidfur thi
It would be highly graiifj ing lo mc-cte
it in my power to conclude this Jleport m
msnner of the one 1 hsd the Iwiicr of sub
milling to the General Assembly last year,
by mentioning the Sheriff thtcuglo.-l the
St-te,a hiving done their duty f Unfortu
nately this is not the casc,son,e c-f tl.tm h-v.
Ing fa!,Ud to accour.1 at alb and several ha
ving paid in pat t only. A very large major
ity ot those fcfUtra, however, have une
their duly, and shewn themsthea worthy t f
the appointments they Cllt Attd H is in cu.
siKerationcfthoteiand wuhtl e sit t.1 f.r
ther Inducing men hke unto ll m loavrspt
.a a a A i . I L' ... anliiit lift ll It.
1R DlitrinarT, n I inn 'nni
. . . a m t . ail .
llatllUinZ OR in UWUsV Vl -aWinMiVi ll iiiiHMHr'-" - .
fUiisfof North-Crolina, tothe crsdit of n beity of auLmitting to the legislature, ,ti.e
. . .... ... ii ! II .f il. tn luiiirr. these
thatlo unknown, wlid fwoid in hand
come to dUla'e their ordf t.
In (htift. will mil MLkiviilnn from
thecleflor t f Hivirii. wi.hi.ut the leall
appejfar.ee tf lejj'uioi-ie muiite, tie
Audiisn Giverntnrni haviutl invaded a
pari of Mi lla'e. t Las not Confined it.
felftoil.ieati wl.un ot.r errstror hai dif.
Tpatcd $ it attar ks our alUs i It has then
let uit the war I
I.ltharsia whtrVwlll hr lha rnnfm.
Aiiinrt til 1 1 1 1 a r.n.l f. iMii (.rnll in. in
lit aiiiliAta f llif rfiit.l i.Mttf nn Hinrcf.
at ronff Auftiri ail ikitt .nl.ihli,
a nit lkir 'l f. l.u.i . . n.l. .!..li.l
lh future,' to perceive In mufortunff.
iiuw eipritni iiuur uiui isni iif us an
Vie pivlsVr.itLt su In litat vl fwcctfi.
icnkt'i d.l.mcr ihcir fatal illuli ml, esp
Iieiue win leacn mcpi cic ii'j,
wlniil our troens thrll continue tu merit
our graii'iidd beyond the iiontieri, evety
rrri.enntan in uic iiiieiiui ivuu
them by hit wilhci, his facrifue, andl.is
eal tn n aintain tfnJ order and ibeexecu.
lui fct i!e as. However nu nerous may
be the armlet of this empire, they 4 not
lOi.'iui a. I ou? warnots ; ana were n even
iolbil lot ma;rcntarv loccellcs to pcr-nn
our tneiiitei tu fet loot ii our ttf tin r, t
hy woolj hr.J tfiete many uwkii '
iltitens. . ,
In vatn will cmr enemlei frtk taeacite
divifins and didur hans In the ItiUnor
of France the nalon has but one ftfo
lutian not to fmk from the . tank to wMch
i-i Mh deiUniifhivecadcdit$ It wlfhes
o a (Tan tuKuro,e tkc ficciom ot h: fe i
this State and on the Mtb curreirt. I forwar
dd to him the second ami .remaining moie-,
lies of the same bills or notes, wilb direc
IfMis that they should be infested in Might or
TUrte per cent. Stocks forth use of North-,
Carolina. 'This remittance should hsve been
made at a more early day, but for ihe d.lTicul
ty of rocuring Bank Notes, nd the inter
ruptioaof bti.ioest generally at Thiladtlpljla
(where all purchases of this kind have been
htrcl'if'trrmade far the Stste) occssiontdby
the pravalcncc f Ihe late ftter at that place.
Pursuant lo the resolution of the last At
ae mht y, making an appropriation of the sur
plus monies in tba public Treasury, I have
purchased, with a part f the sa d mouics,
thlrty-elRhtchdlarsninetyeveo cents of un
mleemedold Super cenu Stock, at the rate
or ninety-two au4 a half pet cent f ur Ihou.
Sand Brc auoartu sua nmnjun - ii - ---- -
. r.L.i.v. ...,t..i.,t Kit II 1m an I iKa acmets rrrvJtrrd the rxiU.e br
I sixty nine ccojss oi .- . - -- --- - - - - , - ,
-A,l . rata ot nknttr twa M it tbe Sbctlfls, it XSUt frcv CUl Cf lie fiSHUfj
propriety of providing, th-t In luture these
ShetiiTa who shall faithfully seitleand ecu.urt
for Ihe public tatts, shall lie tMitUd lo recti e
an increased compsnsaticn as nukagc, in
stead of tbe ais-jtwe jfr mile at present il
lo'ved Ibrmby law, lor irassllmg to and fiot4
the seat of Government. ,
. Under the existu.g laws, a Shcr.tT is paid
six pence per mile lo defray lis ttavelimg ex
pence s In gum to sad tsiuramg fm IU.
leigb, to account lor and pay up tl ublic
lasts. Tet-pance per mW when trattlUng
to and from ihe plsce of tOTpir'.ng the po'l,
for the eWriion of a Men.Ur of Congrs-ss,
and one shilling per mda when peifonmng a
similar service, with resptct 10 lb sWciir.n
of art Elector f Prssideol and Vice-l'ftsU
Ii la vtt hesssrt In add. because It t
ehvksua, that if there it a difference la ihe va-