pVictory of ;Austct2,
Xatintabtht PrentiTArrrt. nZm. 1
- - - --r ww www wmw .
from the 57th Noverubeir to the 1st Dc "
ceraser,vry effort was mad to bring me.
JRiaanntttt, friKPfralenyerant ajulth.
..measures takea to proraoiipthStobjccVHiVe""
Jjd ttoc jnoit favourable result. ,
' Indeacrioibie was vfie joy vitn which thjb !
French army, irofh iW heights on "which Na-
PolcOIl. in th"o'D?lTfie!flT"s-t nnstrrL h-h1rl i
1 tlyaiiced twiof. ihe4 Russian ariy ab-v'
flank, wuh 'a view of surrounding the French
Tight Wing. The' Kussina'inatc6d In co
lumiu, Ju orre line, to he, length 6f 4-Fretted
Oiilet beyond the French army, which,
meanwhile, remained Immoveable in iu posi
tion, in order that the enemy, whb jiastened
, with rapid strides to meet de&riicti an,, might
advance so near as to render it impossible tor
, them to escape. The French Emperor made
his depositions lor battle in" the following
He gave to Marshal Lahnes the command
of the left wing j to Marshal Soultthe com
toandof the right; and to Marihal Bcrna
dote the command of the centre. Pi nice
. Mural received the' command of the cavalry,
with winch he was posted on a particular
point, she left of Marshal Lannes approach
ed St. AnUn, which lud been foruhed and
mounted with eighteen pieces of cannon.
General Suchet's dilsionTormed the left
of Marshal Lannes) thedivi.ion of General
CafisitiU formed his rigbf, and was support
ed at the same time by Prince Mural' caval
ry . The van of his cavalry consisted of General
Killcrman's hussais and' chasseurs, and of
;"Vahher and Beaumont's division of dra
goons. The division' formed of Generals
Mansouri and HuutpauU's cuirasrkrs, with
34 field pieces, was posted as a reserve.
Marshal lie rnadoite, that is to say the cen-.
tre, lud on the left the division of General
Ri v.iud, ' winch alto communicated with
Ptmte Mural's rigtl wingv and on the rikt.
the division of Central Drduneju
Marshal Soult, who commanded the right
win of the army, had on huleft the uivision
of Gtiieral Van Damme, in his centre the di
vuionof General St. Hilnire, nod ou his l ight
the division of General Legrai.u.
Mar. U'Avout was detached to the right
of General Legrand, to observe the road bti
tweenthe lakes aud the villages of Sokolmtz.
and Felsnits. He iiaa with him Gtncial
B'jurchier's division. The division of Gene
fal Gudiu wa directed to mnr. h i rlnv hi-lr
from NichoUourgh, t. top the Corp of the
enemy, which waj enJcavouriog lo turn the
i he Lujperor Napoleon, with his whole
Central Sutt', leu luiuliuut of the Imperial
Guard and tin .bkitalions of General Oudi
liofs Grenadier., formed the reserve of the
rmy. Th e troop., were disoosed in colun ns
in e doulle ltne, aod drawu up in battalion,
but placed at such a distance from each o
ther, tnat sufficient space was UU far duplay.
in In these intervals fopy pieces of can
Oon were placed, wiiich wcic .erved by the
artilUry of the guard. This corps was in.
lendtd to advance with the grcaicH upedi.
tt n to ary quarter in which it presence
mifchtU: nectsi.ry, .
The iiv.in.il, K- ,1m o began at Kni'th to an.
ii,wui kceiutuiosppiuicil toi uluwiy ior
the w.!ie ofoih anu.es. Sirrou id.-d br
a! Ms Mrha!, WieemiKror Na,KUoi, wil
d Uiiiil the h jriiu w speiiecily clear, U
faie he Ciinniu.iicateil hi n.ul t tiuft,oa
V hen t'e kun shut forth her firt ray, iht
Ja.t order was given, and a.ll his Marh..
"Cs off in full giup to the.r resietUe
he j .yfulcry of big live iht ,,,x-r0r
Uch jelled along the wlwlc line, atl.e
Uual rr e.aemtnt. At th n,w
Dieiu the cantionaJe tHcatue heavy on the ex
trcmily uj the viht wing, which ll.e a.lv,.,
Ud gua, J0f fa Hu.siaus had 4re.dy.,e-th
I . T, ,b, y fc "li.Uuca.
r-ctedly w.U, Mmf)-, U-At0Ujltf wlu, ,.uc
.thtm hult, ana-ibe batil Uincaitly be
gin. A the ssme time Msrshal Sonlt put him
MUin nwuoo. ml Jsenticd with the dii.
iwn.ofU.ral Van.D.mme uui II,.
klre, tow.ris tl.e ht.ghuor the ,..lag cf
. Ji?.nq??Cenof ,hct !HTtions the
light w,ng0l the Rus.ur, ni,v f.,und tUeir
otrtpletily turned l pt;ni Wcr
nnh'ed. burprised br s s.oe rnent on the
fives suddenly .:ucktd. lSom th.t mo-
.The cavalry, under Prinr Murst now W-
VXa ?r t tTht ,,ft WDjtr lLe "
msad or Gn. Lannes, 'nurxhrt forwsrd a.
Ml the trnt drawn u im ik. r.- .
taenti In the $am kmwm if thtrhad-
tvtet SUnbsl Bem.M, kkw.M van.
errand itsuUy a ttmWt cannanade rt.
'1 Jong jhe whole hoc
J.O0)tnen aliened at onii,a,. pfodi
ce.HresnMJt any W nulK Xhj,
i The bt.W 1,, KveJ, two h0uft whrfl ht
UU wjmof the Kti.-Unl wa ut of. and
m hea4 qsncrt of the tw9 i:,,
were t Auuerlui, aa4 tht; ret vbupi u
Tt trv oritur. tA lK 1i iiitta i ,
- advance f re-esjiablish, if possible, uie iuac
thai Bessieref lhoed forwarffVith his Infin
ciblesnd immdiateljr the ffench Impetial
.guarslAerAingagell.:, IT ry
The Kussian euard was driven hrk in
'disbrderi -It" commandePkr arfinr nt-
j . i . . '
L jaianuaro wt a.u- m me power ot the vic-
liTcu me vrana rriuce tionstanune,
whose regiment was entirely-ut tA-cces,
has only t thank the fleetneaa of his horse
tor nis ew.pe.
The action was obstinatel maitM.'m.,! i.
the remaining parrot the Russian arroy;Tb
centre ; of the ; French' army , withstood Jthe
well directeJ attacks of tho cavalry. , Thc
French left wing also continued its attacks,'
in all of which it was victorious, i
At I o'clock, e. at. the victory, which ne
ver was for a moment doubted, was decisive
Iy on the side ot the French. ,.
' The cannonade was still constantly main
tained on the French right wing. I he Hus
sian curps which hud been ; cut off was sur
rounded, compelled to atiandon all iu podi--tions,
forced inpo a hollow and driven up a
gainst a lane. Here a most dreadful specta
cle presented itself. Twenty thouunU men
spread themselves over the icy surface of the
lake, only to be drowned.
At the same time the Russian columns, of
4000 men each, hid down their arms and the
whole tf the artillery, at least 120 pieces, fell
into ur hands. ,
Ou this day we hud the whole of the Rus
sian army to encounter.. The haif of it isde
6troyed, una the remainder has tnken flight
in the greattsi confusion. The greater part
threw away thtirarius.
Of the whole French army, the reserve
was tlic omy pan which was not engaged,
and the rc.erve alone was equal to an m my.
The French army, though strong, was tio
so nuinciousasthe enemy's which consisted
of 105 000 nun, ..viz. 80,000 lius.ians, and
1 hc rc-H. of this victory, placed in the
lianas ot the French army, 40 Russian stan
d.rd. including the ci.iurs of the Emperor
Altxan er'slilc ,,tiard, from 12 to 1 5 Russian
Generals made ju isoners, and among whom
are i he Prince Galli:aiu and Repnin.; und,
fina.ly an irnnensc number of Russian j:ti
Voiiis. he French General but' does not
ytt know iheW.ibtr, hut returns of newly
. 20 OLD ure Hi tv'y . made. '1 he R ussuns .
have Usidt s hit 15,000 dead on the held.
1 hou;h exact accounts are nut yet recei
ved o t!e loss of the French, it appear to
he only about 600 killed, and from 1500 to
160.) wounded. This cannot astonish tcti
ciamj tor every one knows that greet mini
I ers are seldom lost but bv those who tak4
flight.- Resides not one corps of the FrtB'li
army was penetrated, except a single battali
10:1 of the t i regiment whichhtdt. trkn
Hie whole of the first attack ol the Russian
Impel ial guard.
l'he French generals of division, St. Hi
laire, Ktllcimttr and Walter; the GeneiaU
of brigade, Valhert, Thieubaut, .Sebastiana.
.nd Conipans, anJ Fi L.tly gener-l Happ, j
imperial majesty's udjuiant, arc an.ong the
wounrief; The last general hcuded the i;re-nadi.-rs
of the l'rci.ch imperial guard i the
'tatk, aul to,k pri.-Mier I't n.cc Kepuin,
who conin anncd the caval.y oi the liniM..
duce or manufacture'' of the
uj wa. bui.u 'auirtsrn iisiiirmsL'.SBinn a
thi imoortation inioUhelr
iianufatturc of tljejkitedStaU ift-lf
i or vessels of thetT. St Aes. r "H
fioni General DearborW, Secrfelarf at War,
inhich i4JereaiiptovUjLdechir that jjeV
ther the administration, nor any of the heatir
ofideparntsindividual)V,haye any knpw.
Ipdge of idestiftBtioof heLeahder i lhat
on this i&ji$tltKtiQW
Madison ever had anvtiolnferer'i'ri' vft.v
muqicaUbrt v ivhh'faeneHd
was h9t,atil,afterhe'hid83ed, .thaf they '
were atlvh'ejd.of hereindestifleio'ao's- ?
-."1 Jin 'tj V" it "vusu against iae
VPS. 5,5fVdK'-nd IhuV too' befprsany
representation, were fnade.' to tti-"b ; any
forgn rainUter pr agetii ''1 M,t-'r' "sf ' ;
' -.,7' ' -'tMGcittxt.:.
the Pnrtugueec Chared :acs' Atfairs 'a'tid
ConsulyG.enc.raV neafthe Uniieti 'States; "Ve
this public notice to the Merchahts and Tra
ders whom it may concern-' ;:
That all Masters of Vessels tt'om the TJni
ted States to any port in Portugal, or 'its'lsl
ands, n.qst have thtir Ji'ilhi-eMlealth and
Bills of Lading certified to the Undersigned
or the respective Portuguese Vice-Consuls j
and if any passengers bn board, they must be
furnished with a proper passport. '
. Should i he Master, of any vessel omit to
take such Certificates with him, he will on
,his urrivalin Portugal be obliged to undergo
such a quarantine as the Board of Health
there may deem necessary. 1
rnladelphia. March', t80fl.' ' . '
In the ITousc of R epresentatlves of the U- -n
to! States, on th 27ih Feb. dufihg the dt
bate on the bill authorising a dctacbnicni
of the militia of the United States. "-i.
Mr. Masters, of New-York, - said that he
hr.pcd the bill would pass.. As he thought
from the disposition h hud seen in the house
it was all it tms Likely t1 da. He r anted ex
ctedinly to be able to tell his constituents
we had done something. When 1 go honw
and ih-y sk ine, Well, have jcu mtdt
prcvis on for fortifying our" harbours?" I
halianver, with fu M i.n flt .; Kut
we h..vv authorised a (ietaehment of one hun
dred thousand militia." Have you rttistd a
ny tronps to-ttptl Sporish atrtssiocs f
IV); nut weluveaiuhoiisHn.ietarhment
of (ne htii.d:(l tl.nnsM'.d
mttt i for Ms cawardice la ihriaking from
J?lCr,""'"i "fryng n sowerstrapnera
i.Congrfss, rjje measurea tip aired
. vvipt, Auar Drrprw mat , h
xi peclo Spain, and oar territoriei t Mk
tfn? private mA tta ' J
-wMWak oftb41ooa- foraying terri
tory i wee of Spain, the second time under
pretence of purchasing athtr ihim.Ji...
JSlwlLMm TunUian Am.
oassador, in hisbe..t,alny7lccritr. -ACTa.
dispn, and his book he Heated ith the rreau
eft contempt tf m &wffltrcth$&
i'te' ,hc A ?.a5e but there wa so
? T. j u"1 "c coma neither tec vim
- ... y-u.vyv, ana oiivmHCa.
buch men as Grefftr.r CrmrH?Ti.i.SW.fc.ir-4
JnnmV Bidwell .mn: "'i:?."?
-A.: ... . ---7-1 , IHBICU Willi
not finished the HaMmr Mitics. ;
c Novi Scotia, ih?Utilhe clPtl.
ir , ' Arno,? P.i:6dota, w ith Kum 'fc
.Molasses, toCaut trit rinU--
3 1 st, Brig Robert, Hammotid, St. CoL hjV.
SthY Befcolut, CooW, Tnnad, whV W
1 and Moia.se :, 6 the Captain ' '
o jvioia iiarlow
v-. ' .' - vttutv, -i
55th March ScliV Itelvidere, Slater. St.Thet,
,26tb. Sch'r Regulator, M'llhenny, Chleston
Net. r Vsetott, Learock, ' . Ar!!i
Sch r Louiza. Her nlss, Washington. NC
29th, SrhV Charirv, Allen,- SfW
31 st. Sloop Lucincia, Todd, rortlarid
ling 1 wo Brothel, Fostrr, Tchago
Brig Robert, Ikmmbnd, 53 Hf3T, from St
r.roix, arrived on SuHav - , h ine- Ori-
hvelma, Twyrrnsj.'o'f f!on-.n. Sr. f mi
Packet, DcCa&to. pf Mi l..,I.Ki:.. i. j.
hWH, of Newburf Port Ariar. WJrVof
innaneipnii, ! Argns, Clark of N.i!aveo
Sch'r Lark, Hunt, Kew-lkven.
itnperial guai d.
KT Wc nre authorised to notify that a
Cinera, UciCM of the New-lf jnottr R.-Ki.
me.it, u to uke place at Wil.nit,-on 01, the
trst Cay a May next.
, Our correspbhdint at Washington Cii
i,,s us that on the 17th u!t. after setcr.l
. i.esoiution, it, the Home of Heprtsen.
kinrcs and cariad-Yeas 8rNay 3j.
Rt.M, That f.om and after the ,lav
w. next, the fol:oii,K articles, lieing of
Jr l'odui e or m .nufacturc ol Grtai-
hr Urn or lrt land, or ol any of ihe ii.loi.Us
or ctp;ndmcit. of Crcat-Brrain. otiRbt to
be .,,,.u.,(Utj ty Uw fn,(1 Uj m
Si"Ufct" imo4,' riieri
All anirletof ohich tin r.r brass is ht ma.
tcrh o thief v.Juc, In. in ,hr. s i , rt ird,
All aiiicles ol whuh I.e.. p 0r fi.x u lhc
material of chief vat, H M
All articka of which nlk is the mattrUl of
..?y.Tien c!oth l!0,t lnvoi Pricea han
JVJrti hosiery of an kinds,
of Rim gU,,' Md Whr raiauturei
Stiver and plated warts,
. siU and spikes,
Clothing really mad,
J-Iill.n.ry of a.11 kind,
He er. ale and txmtr.
I'Kturti and prima.
yoir.lakn any measures to avei.ire our im
p Bscl fellow ci'izem ? No ; But we have
authc riii d a det. chmri.t of an hundred thou.
-n:l militia." , Have you lilt any r.iry lor
the prot. ction o! ou-. crnMtu rce i No ; But
wj hvi. autpoi i-ed a de'srhmcnt of an hun
dred thouand rr i!, J hope we w
kIy to gel ivthin tNe, we shall at least
havp the satisfaction f this tncus-irc.
44 I hare no ptt-u i.sh to physiognomr..
ra . I. ...... ..., . . - .
x --, -,. ,mii v(i,t,ingion,) ntlitaeve
ft It ty I Is lend i.
.ia were not lcnsihl
To'l S..ms disbursed by he United States
Jar lilngJUdauij, iihm the
fc4" iheTOih of March, 1794, to
I cctmber 31st, ltC'5
r If a. a Hiirboutt.
I'ottsniotith, N. H.
Gloucester. (Cape Ann) Mns.
P. rilanj, , do.
N w-Loidon, Ccnn
Fn Miifiin, Penn.
Hat. 1 more, Md.
IU, 594 48
4 S36 36
( ..K.',... f r-m -l.L fl. M -
-"V' ioici, f,. W. 33,5 J4 74
Chail ston, S. C.
Gr... Kti, wn, do.
ru.t-Petre, (Su Marys) dt.
BACONTper 100 La.
Cotton per M.
Coffee per lb. '
Corn per bnsh-J,
Flonr fer b:.rrrl,
W. o. hhd. stages,
R. o. do, do. v do,
W, o. bl. do. rough
Si'ttar per cwt.
Molasies per gMloti
Rntn, V.'. I. prig. 3d p.
Jamaica do. 4th p.
N. Yw, d j.
Tar pet barrel,
ll:. Cts. .n.'t.
4Stt9k(d, That from and afier the
f'J of riett. It shall mh be UwfJ i
Import Int. ih. U. Sut.a, on board fo!
i - " 7. "ormerchaoditr,
li otbc Ihsa luchu arc C Hi lPlhl
l.i...:.. r .i . m
vi ui aurq ci EJ3Z,aiO 04
expended by the Stue, for which she has rt.
criud a credit at tli Treasury, on iCt0unt
el l.e balance due by her to the U. Statea.
hr Dtjmrtmtnt, hbrMyMih, I06.
' ' '
ThrouKh the aittfttiooof a friend, we hava
nticip.ud the W ashinitcn raWrf ef Sa.
lurday Un, r.ib sttei th.t Mr. RandolLh
spokathret lura oo Wtditidiy, on tit
uoject of Mr. Crcft, n-imporutiu, rc.
oJ(iofu ho man (uys the rW,4f J
can satacct us of partiality to this recti inaoi
but truth, bida us lay, thai Mr. gandolpb hti
trade lh most ah-qutm speech tvtr deliver,
ed in that houtf, a ihtorirlaaliiy.iieriioeft.
tf 'f vf his gx,rei no
C(.Uld CtCtl bin- bit arufnt ....
- o f ws;aj W
. RtM irxi miftld with a vein of humour and
u.ng Mrc.sms toward! fcla ct?or.eBt-.recH
as aildom Is witnessed in ihat kouM. ,t
vtbok spttih wss la to-sl eppoUUao toiviry
thing dirnocraticaL arralnfd ihe cost'
duftcf the rrtaideot, for iwHtaororaniag to
ihe Co.mu.uoo, u, tncsunccuci cfwu.
. Mm aTi'
A VALUABLE Trat of Land in ih
countf of Bladen, rontatnirif d4o a
cirr, on the nonh-tall fide of the North
wtfl of Cape-Fear, twenty miln beW
Fajettevillc and eighteen above Elizabeth
on hicl li a new dwelling Houfe nearly
JiniOied, 30 by 3! tcet Inctudirj; Shed ej
Piaixa, a flory and an half high ;
K.iche.1, fmokt Iloufc, &c. ice. It f
icll fiiuated and equal iu (fftilny l0 triv
1 la-a on tiiO Hlver. 7
Four hundred arret back Lerd (etlf
pmlng the above 4lefilfcM TnQt MC
IHourvdi h.Llghtwood JorTai aoai.
finej 1 for Turpeoiliie. Range lor cattU
nd hogl at ihi, plc, li nearly 1 tot
tjuita ai good as an; in the flat.
A further dcffrfntlAit la fr '
ti any peifoo inclined to purchafe would
previoufly efl, to fe It. The price mty
U known by appljlrjc to the fwbfcribtV
on the pretnirti. Cath or Nfgroei still
t lken In payment, and poneffion tiv.
en try time piei It 1 tottie fcindayolA.
ptllenfulng, ' '
. M. MOLTON.
Jmuiry iy, got5.
I '2J,w,,ft til pcifoni from hnntlrgwiili
Dog or Gun, cutting any Timber or
vtherwila trefpiflipg on Si rlrg Field PIib,
lIon. and all the t .rJ.f,- . T
- - . . w.. 1 iik I m
.1.- r,. - ' . ,y"M "r
ipi i)is iifKfp. at. itm
lura CarnpUIl, tinder penalty of pufceu
loo aa far n the Law win admit.
ew-llsaovci County, Vtarch J4 jw
( r kuii,
'THE lubacr.Ur intending tokareiownH
- , . 11. wef , iriorma tne pvblic that U
Iiftow idling the rrmalnderol Matitciisirsi
tssovtme ftt ol Dry Coeds. Ac t nd,r jet
cost, (ore ith, tttha Hereof Mr. Dick o 1st
u.rw. GEORGE M'BRIDE
v iirjictt, Ms.'( I,