. - IMPERIAL !)ECRr.E, ,
At the Palate of Scncsnbtun Nov. yS.
: N a polk, tniptVor f the Freucfi' and:
- kin of Italy.
" We have decreed and do dfereeas follows i
Title I. Of 'th gyvevnmcnt aud ad
tniiiistraikmnf Austria. ' .
Art, t. There shall be a governor general
A and inrendaiu general over the provuJceof
v Austria. :-...; '"'''.
Art. 2. There shall be a commandant and
in'endanl for , each circle, which will make
five commandant and intentfants for Upper
Ustfia. and four for Lower Austria.
TitLk. 2. of the governor and intendant
general. " . ;
Art. 3. The governor general : and inten
danrl general bhall reside at Vienna. .
Art. 4. The governor general shall be char
god with whatever relates lo the police.
Art. 5, The intendant general shall be
' charged with whatever relates to the adminis
tration The commissaries of war and in
spectors employed in the Gnances and for tire
army shall be under his orders.
Art. 6. The -pens d'armerk, the troops
j of the country who serve in their places, the
r.-gencies, tha caotains of circles and the
burgomrnters, shall be ii;ider tha orders of
the govjrnot? and iri'.en lant general. '
Art. 7. . rh " flpttr rtT I hi i.ivtnAii nrt.l .
ittffndan' grneral shall be to arrest' straglers
and put ap. end to irregularities in the army. 1
Art. 8. The governor and intendant ge
n nl shall ooperate with us.
V;-t. 9. The general of division, Clarke,
i a: j rVmrH iivernor reneral of Austria.
An. to; The councillor of State Daru, is
nominated intending general. , ,
Of the cimmci'ilants at. I Intendanti 'of circlet.
Art. 11. I he commandant and intendant of
e tch circle, shall reside in the chief place of
the circle. " i
Art, 12. The cownnmtants of circles shall
correspond with the governor' general and
sh-dl he wndt-r his orders. They, shall ulo
correspond with the etat major-general.
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irt. u. mc miemiann oi circles snail cor
respond wiMi the intendant general and shall
be under bis orders. ''
Titlk. 4. Art, 11. The major-general
,ijall to-morrow present to us, the comman
dants of all the circles. He shall at the sum
time, present to us the intvndants who shall be
chosen fVftm amongst the inspectors or sob
inspectors of reviews ,
ri. is. Ah soon a Stiria, Carinthia, and
" Ctrniola -.hill be taken possession of, there
a'. all h'J givn them commandants and inten
drl, of circles, wio shall correspond with
the governor nudiutendarit general of Austria.
(Signed) . . NAPOLEUN.
By the emrrnr.
The Sseretay of State,
D. H. MAKET.
Sihienbrunn, Nov. 15.
Prince Mural and the cotp of Marshal
-L'uMes, yesterday overtook tiie Russian ar
lj.y at llollsbrunn.
A ttktrmisii of cavalry took place, but the
t".?.iy i.u iwJiattly abandoned the field,
icivnig luj jagg.tgo waggons in our Innds.
1 lie e.ie.n .wid a Joe led a junction, and
wliciiau Au-trian flg of truce advanced and
re. j iuitd p.i ;tisuu '.r t.ie troops of the
K .tv-tor oi Germany tosepcrate themselves
fi die Kuitaiii. 1'Ucir req'iest was ac-
."shorti after, the Earcn inttirgr rode,
Ai i-uv-camp licner-1 id his Majesty the
r.iupjiorot bit t.ie Kimus preset, cd him
s.;t al the advanced' post, ami wfltrrd lo ca
ji.niUte for the Kimiati army." Piincc Mu
ni imctided to CJU'wnt to it, but t.ie F.r. lc
ri ol l'i"4ucc dtd not approve of lit Cdpitujj.
ti i. ' Tne hmptror did not v;ivlus ton
iinl to it, Ucduieihik capitulation is ft kind
of treaty, f r the fuliiliuti.l of which, Mr.
Viiiuuiterode ilia not 'shew his powers
from the Emperor of Husia. In the mean
lime, his Majesl), on ordering. his miny to
march, declared that ifjiie Ku.Dciur Mcun.
tier who was in the ncihtMKhood, thuld a
ree to a capnuUtiou, tic was ready lo raiily
fieneml Vialannts, corarnanding the ca
valry f MaihalDaf oust, nsd tnuied i'les
Lu., Utn. Count de Palssi, hat written a
Icttvr, to which Marshl DavouU has rc
tumcd a answer, i Uc two Utt.rs are sub
joined. A body of 3000 Austrian have intrenched !
.thrmtclvit in the pnaii.oii of U aldciuuncl.en,
o i the borders of liohemi Gen. Uaragu
sl'ltiltiers at tie lirad of three battalion cf
demounted draKons, marched against that
corps, whitli pretiiuivly abaodoticd their;
Marshi.1 Ney lusbctn appointed to take
fKsuon of the Tyrol, lie acquitted tim
svlf with his uual intrepidity and sagacity,
lie turned the fort cf Scharnitx and New
siuik, and soon nude himelf master -if
Ihem. In this effuc he took 1190 men,
s'jhd of colors, and 16 CclJ pieces. ,
Un il.i Hh at i I. M. be made bis entry
if loiprucl. lit there found an arcn
diid with artillriy, 1 6,CJD muskets aud an
immense Uin"ny of powder. The same
cay he enured jlalle, where he alo took
possesion if a large and very Valuable maga.
tme, of which he has not gitin an inrtMf.
iy. The Archdbke John, who commanded
in the Tyrof, escaped by the way of Luth.
suL lie ordered Colon si U ddirer the
r.ijjaVoe iritis the binds cvf the Trench, 4ntt
to it torn rue nd to their totrwsity 13P0 ikk
vLo iters '. lofpruck. .
To all these glorious deeds, has beenjidded
& scane which hs touched the hearts "cf alt
the soldiers. During thejastjvar, the 76th
regiment of the line, lostTtwo standards in
the Grisons. : This loss has been for a long
time lamented by that corps. These brave,,
men knew that Kurope had not forgotten
thfir misfortune, though it could noi accuse
thent of Vowdrdice. The Standards, Ithe
subject of such noole regret, have been l'oun I
in the arsenal of Inspruck. One of the ofli-
Lprs recognized ihera, and they were imme-
eiaieiy surrouudeu Dy the soldiers. When
Marshal Ney restored them with the mual
cere'monjes, tears tick led down the cheeks
of the yetef an soldiers. The young cou
scripts were over joyed at having assisted in
re-taking those standards," which were wres
ted from thrr brethren in urms by the vi
cissitudes of war The Emperor has given
orders to have this affecting scene comme
morated bv an emblematic engraving. The
French soldiery , entertain for their colors
an attachment bordering on veneruion. ;
They regard them with the same affection
as a present from the hands of a mistress.
. -General Klein has made an incursion into
ma uiviaiuu oi uragooiis. ye
every where observed the Russians to.be held
in detestation. The depredations which they
commit, cause the loudest lamentations.
The. irruption of those barbarians who have
been invited by the very government itself,
.has almost erased from the hearts of the
Austrians all affection for their prince.
" We and the French (say the Germans)
are the children of the Romans; but the
.Russians are descendants of the Tartars,.
"We liad a thousand times rather have the
arms of France again . us, than such allies
as the Rusian3 with "us." At Vienna the ve
ry name of a Russian inspires them with
horror. These hoi des of savaeres are not
content with pillaging for their subsistence,"
but they curry off or destroy every thing.
The poor peattait, whr pissessea nothing
in his cottage but his rags, is even , robbed
of them. The rich man, who occupies a
-paliice, has no hope of appeasing them with
his riches; they plonder him, and leave him
hereunder his naked roof. .
Tin., without doubt, is the last time that
Europ- will invite to her p otcci ion such
dreadful allies. Hut should they be capable
of doing so a?ain, they will have to pay them
tor nlling cVvn their own dominions.
For a century to come, it will be impossible
for an Austrian Prince to introduc e a Ru.
aia.i army into his territory. It is not to be
supposed that there are not in these armies a
number of well educated officers, whos- man
ners arc 'mild, and whose unders'-ambns are
enlighiened. In speaking of the army, we a.'
wa s allude to the habns oflhc soldiery.
Proposed bjTthe Russian Army.
It has bv'cn agreed between the General of
IVivi.ion. Uclliard, chief of the staff, provi
ded it shall receive llie sanction of his Serene
Highnes,. pri'ice Murat, Grand Admiiyl,
Marshal of the Empire, and Lieutenant of
his M ijesty the Emperor of the Fimch and
King of Italy -and M. the ilarou de Wint
zinijerode. Major General of the Armies,
Aid-de-camp it his Majesty the F.mperor of
all the Rusias, provi Ird it alull be con
firmed by his Majesty, v z.
There shall, from the signature of the pre
sent conditions, be an armistice Vrlcrti llie
corps of the armv uuUcr he onlers of his
Migiine.s Prir.ee Murat, and the Russian ar
my commanded by the General in Chief,
Couut de K'iuhow.
The Russian anny shall q ill Germany,
anJ immmriliately commt .ce its march by '
t:ie same rout 't.-fonK in tnterm it. In
which case Pnncr Murat cousents to sus
pend his march into Moravia.
The present conditions not to luve effect
until after having received the rat.iictn.n ol
the Emoaror Napoleonl In the mean time
the Ruj'un army and the orps of Prince
M irat,h til remain in the positions tihich
, they at present occupy.
n llie event of their non-concurre nre by
iiiv i mm , ijur nuvira noiiwe klull Dc KlVtn
previous to the breaking of the armistice.
Dm- at IlolUbrann, the 1Mb Nov.
Sifitud AU(K 1111.1.1 RD.
Gen, of Division. Chief of theStalT.
: Aid-deKstnp Gcueral.
N0U10LK, February 20. ',
A gentleman of veracity in this place, In-forme-!
us yeterdy, that he received a Ut
ter from a member of congress,, stating,
that dispatches had been received from aur
tninivter at the court of London, tepresanting
that the British government was much more
friendly than berctorore.' '
'A Utltt from agsnltcnjn the Jtnt rcsfteta.
ttilitj m Litbon It a mrrthant in thit forf,
Jjitd tht 2 III of Uitjmitr, arJuint ihi Jd
u We have no farther neirj here lhan the
continued triumph of -the French arms In
Germany-after entering Vienna they stilt !
pursued the enemy, and the Lmperors cf !
R-mia and Germany Uvt retired as far as ,
t rarow, n I oland, in conseouence or a great
bat'.hMost by the allies at At, near Bruno,
IThe above ippeartocorrtipond with Mr,
Adams'a tccounta under the Baltimore head,
nd to be contidcrtdU dirett and tor.tlunve
t'irr to that from the Ioodon Coyrict
1 n shew the number i.f trjwp France liable
to raise oe any emergency, the tdlowtrig
ilratl U a letter fiwm Marsadlee la tiveiu
da'edNov. 2, 1 805.
TLrlowo t,f Mint I!ti it t fanish ht
Its quota, if necessarJ. 10.000 trtMs-n. ar.
jj et t hirtweveti concriptsouly have been de-
wanucu Dy uuonaparte tor Ibis year or the
warby his regulation of ihe lih of Oct."
CHARLESTON, Feb; 21, 180.
Captian Hudsow, - frqm the Ctty of St.
Domiiigo, informs us that two French ships
of the line and two frigates, had arrived at
t1,fr . a i a l .
i jon iiu tanaeu 7uu troops ; and that
i they remained there when he sailed. In co
ming out of the harbour, Captain. II. saw 10
ships of war to windward, but could not de
termine of what nation. These ships were
roost probably the British squadron which
touched at St. Thomas on the d.inst.
February 24. ; .
Captain Ehlers, arrived on Saturdsy,
sailed from Lisbon ori the 1 4th January ; but
bring-no news of importance.
. . few days before captain Ehlers sailed,
a fleet of 36 sail of English merchantmen
from Oporto, under convoy of three men of
war, left Lisbon for England. Eighteen sail
of Swedes left St. Ubes the same day, in or
der to take protection of the convoy but the
Ilevt- flatf- all fV,. U . i
14 j)VCuC5 rciuniea into poif
having seen several sail of arnied vessels,
which they suppusetwere French. It was
reported at Lisbon; thatuhe English mer
chantmen were all taken-This again was con
tradicted ; but it was added, that another fleet
from the Mediteranean had certainly been
captured. ' .... TimtSt
TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1806.
the following is . from the Baltimore Tele
grapheof the ISlhult.
By the late a'rilals both to the northward find
southward, as well as at this port, our European
aavices ere brought down to the 3 1st day ofDe.
cember. The latest we are now in psenion'
of is the verbal information communicated h cap.
tain Adams, who arrived here last Saturday,
from Lisbon, which place he l-ft on the 1st
Junuarj. II, pertUts in the correctness of his
detail, which in substance is, that on tu last of
Uscevtber, he saw at the Swdhh consul's ffiet.
official bulletins of a continued ac' ion between the
trench and Hussions, that lasted aith smalt in.
termisston for tigUt days, and terminated in the
total dismemberment and destruction of (he Rus
sian army. He says that the accounts stMtd,.
siuvely that 40 000 laid d.wn their arms, after
i'ipuh:t-ngfjr an uninterrupted return to their
ovn cjumrj ; and that 20.000 attempting to ford
their nay though the French army welt cut to
picas Now let us contrast this account with
ow advices from ether parts of the continent of
Ivrope. 1 hose from Li.gland mrt to the Wthof
December, and gives accounts of battle -j fjught
wit h vanout success, frim the 2d to the iih if
Vccember. Jn general the tide of Victory in thest
detail belong tithe Russian A.,
. w .i... v.. Uff
far from aenyinp. all we mum in ;r.l
s far as they go.fhry confirm the accounts by
caput AdamtA Litis, however, a t other tu.
. .VU1 M.mji.w:, mas ine Wttisn Uovirnment
should rW remained silent if the success ef their
MlJiet wjs so triumphant, -atsrt forth in the
Londvx morning prints Formerly we wot ft.
vored with an Extraordinary Catette, if but a
sinjf.etost or tn.lim nAnt
vcr the French ; but now, although their Us,
tnyrgemem ts stotea at 37,000 men,
we have neither on extraordinary, nor not even
en ordinary Gaxette
. the accounts poutively state, four days cf
those iattlrs Mentioned by Adams," end to far
corf mt them; although the termination tould
not be known at tht date above mentioned. Let
usnno tract our vie ti the detail jpvtn by tap.
taut Decost. wht aniwd fr0m Rotterdam, at
Chart, ,ton ihe Blh of library ; kit advices bring
.our eminent al news to thtlQth tf DtiembJ,
4iid positnriy.stjLt, thatct that time in Holland,
adv eesfrom the ecnter.dmg mitt in Moravia,
state, teve't bjtt'.tt rf many dan continuance,
which full terminated in ihe arms of France
bring signally victorious. Now if those various
arewtt art contrasted ruth emh other, en
cannnol avoid bet eving thut captain Adams's a.
count it correct indeed a f,v dajt, will, in ell
probability, clear uo tht aLulit tLt
t - "wvm wfw
trtry ttrton't mind, at they mcy be variously cf.
fectei. . In tht meon time, this UttU statement
t ffjctu may tent to bjing tht tubitanct of all
our late advice t into ore general tuv.
Ine .Secret ilUfor purchasing the FWWas
patted ihe Senutt on Friday tail ; and vat tar.
tied by thet tttttt tommiltet to the Jrtiidett on
Monday, t Washingtoa Federalist.
SiMieV Turii. tsq. Isippo-ntedCoUcc.
tor for the Port of Charleston.
miCES CUR RENT-
B ACON per ICO lbs.
Cotton per lb.
Coffee per lb.
Corn per Injihtt,
Hour per tirrelnew
Dirte per half barrel, new
Lumber per IL
W. o. hhd. atave t,
H. o. do. do. do.
W. o. bl. fin. rough
Shingle per I0W, .
Soisr ptr cwt.
Melastet per gallon
Rate, W. J.pr.f. 34 p
Jimica do. 4th p.
1 N. 1 do.
Ta.r per barrel,
tils. Oi. Dlt. Ct.
TO The it solution inttrucf'yg the president
i3 negotiate with GriauSr'ttai'n, was. ted t
in the Senate of the United Slates on tht Uth
uA.23 vsnttol ..
, Enterid . ;
Feb. 25, Ship, Minerva, Leng, . , Liverpool
with salt antt-coiil, to Giles & Utirpwin.
Sch r Mercury, Kelly,. x St.l homB$
with coffee, cocoa', fruit & wood, to tho'
master. , '
26th, hch'r Polly, Selkw, Provincetovt n
bloop BoWdoiu.HV heeler, St. Croix
With sugar, coffee & rum, to master. '
28th, Sch'r Betsey, Foster, ' " Baibadoee
Sch'r Ann, Woods, Halifax, Nova Scotia
March 1, bloop Carolina, Hall, Charleston
3d, Sch'r John Adams, Lewis, . St. Tbomae'-
with sugar, & coffee to T. N..Gautier and
&b. 25, Sch'r Rambler, Crowtll, Sa!em
Sch'r Harmony Tobey, " Philadelpcisi '
Brig Friendship, Taggart, : New-York
Brig Nancy, Moody;: , Dominico
26th, Sch'r Venus, Oliver, New-York
Brig Harmony, Farnham, "Boston
Brig Speculator, Little, Bristol
37th, Ship Belvidere, Hathaway, Dublin
Sch'r Kennebec k, Johnston, Tcbago
March 1, Brig Juno, Purkins, Tobago
Brig Betsey, White, St, Croix
Sch'r Doris, Mullet,: Trinidad
2d, Brig Marmara. M'Cliritock. St. Vi.H entf
Shjp Royal Charlotte, Brown, Plymouth. Kng.
. Y - . and a market
Captain Leng from Liverpool spoke m'lat.
long. o,.i m? tlenjan.in, Hall, of Savan
nah Jj-f.m Charleston, out 2 days all wtll.
Lat. 31 SO, long. 73, Sp0ke the Rattkinaiiei
Charles Bisant from Fclenton,out 3 days. t
Captain Foster of the Sch'r Betstv, spoke
in lat. 20, long. 65, the ship Ccorge, Gieeno,
of Portsmcuth, fioni Demarata bound to
. Selling- under first cost.
."THE subscriber intending to leave town in
A a few weeks, informs the public thut ho
is now sd'.infr the remainder ol his extensive
assortment of Dry Goods. &c. under fimt
rpst, fortash, atlhe s'toreof Mi, Dickscn in
Wilmington, Mttoh 1.
nllE stbwriber inh.ims hisfntrZTnd
1 the pui he in gtneral, that lu a tuktn
the shop adjoining Mr. Jar. b Har man's at
the coiner of Front and Dork-tiifi, ...i
It l as for sale Grid W atth Seal, and Key,,
Breast Pins, Far Drops, Fit pti I iiisFac-
cycommt, rocnet roi,kr, bh k lead lVrwils,
Stgar Boxes, Raiois and Razor Casis, Gilt
Watch Chains. Seals and Ktj a.
Nathnniil Dana, jun'r.
N B. . Watches cleaned and repaired it
V ilmington, Feb. 26.
i nr luiuLiincr renuei i n
l 1 v jaj IIVIU on
.or before the first day of April mxi. These
to whom he is indebted will receive payment
on presentment .ol their accounts pi ot-eily
G. W. Nobe.
Wilmington, March 4. 2w
aC .- '
"TflE pnbhc are 'mformcd that the Acade.
. x niy is now open .'where Youth will be
taught Reading, Writing, Aruhmrtic and
I.ngh-ih Grammar at twelve dollars per year.
Also, the Luiin and Greek Languages and
Geography, at sixteen dollar per year.
The subscriber will engage toward ll.owj
who wish it, atforty-eightdollaiapccycar.
Taken up and comniUtec! to
la'.l In this town, on ihe 3d initant, a Nero
Man who calls himself Jack and says he be.
longa to the estate of Peter Mallet., lie it
Guinea horn, very amall and appears to be
tween 4J and 50 year old. His owner it re
piested to come and prove hi property, par
charges and take him awav. -
Wilmington, March S. Itrp
ON TutfJiy the 15th day. J April
rtt, will be let tut it public cn
due to the lowert bidder, at ihe Couiu
Houfe ia Onflow County, U liuildip' cf
atrofi New Riser, reitly oi po
Ce Onflow Court.lItMife. Ti e c ondu Ion
cf rivrr.ent and U plan of ruildlng will
jc fully raids known on the djy 4,1 111.
IXMUEL DOTY. V
(ICIIARD WARD. I CtrmifTooeh.
Oj.Cjw, Feb. 31, iBc-rj. j0
I 'OR 5 All ""7"
C0,000 roitntlftl Cypres Shingles,
drawn ind joihln'i. . ,
C to (CO Rermuda Stone,
SCO lect Black Walnut,
Awlrto , JOIiN MACLVLIA.
Wiaj- jrtonjJcU. iivb, Uui. .
111 its ma- a Kii,h.i