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W i lsm i no to n j - N. C; Tuesday November. 25, 480(5.
' NORFOLK, November to,
The arrival of the Ship.7A7
LfiptaiH tyaytrtf in 42 da yj tram Nantes
has furnilhed us with Paris papersjfroirj the
i() to the loth' Sent, their contents are rtt
interefUng in detail, bat" much fo in Tub
(lance; we have however, tr'anflated near
Iy every article which, deferved attention
- for this day V jpaper, ' Lord . Lauderdale
had fiat quitted Paris, though we eVnot
perceive his name in one of the "papers ;
verbal accounts irate that his baggage was'
packe4flp andlbat he.was to let put for
Kngland in; two days, :u 'I -
All accounts appear to eocSrniHS that
the war is to be renewed on the conti
nent. Pruflia, as was forefeen and fore
told, is at ler&ih comDelled to re fill the
ambition of Rtinnaoarte : for this pur.
pofe Ibe has formed the moli intimate.
cnpnect oiv witn Kulha, and Mas lett'en
-. her difpute with Sweden, by giving up
the Dutchy of Lauenbourg, which has '
been taken pofleiCon of for his B' itan
XTtcfc majefty ; the blockade of, the Pruf
fian ports has been raifed accordingly ;
indeed the mod cordial intercourfe now
- exjfts. between thofu powers, ' who are
with Ruffia at the head of the oanhcrn
confederacy, The E feelers of 'He tie end
. Saxony are alfo members of this league.
Of the courfe which Auftria will purfue
va cannot gather from the French papers,
they rather indicate apacihek difyohtiorr
In Aultria ; at the lame time France is'
collecting large atmics upon the Auftrian
frontiers.. It is not, however, probable,
that Auftria will remain quiet during a
conjeft, on which the fate of the Euro,
pean .wor'J depends. . On the part of
France, the i;tmoft aflivity in military
movements, and preparations , for war an
pears tobegoi sgan. The camp ahat hid
been formed rear Paris is broken up, and
the' troops which ctmpfed it, wh the
Ircpctial guards had marched, taking the
rou'e tor nctguini. . 1
Cap.a'm rt'atftn fays that before he', left
Nai.tcs, i'tv.rirl-';''r had been received,
which lla;ed that Sucuafartt hjd lefi Paris
to take the comn.a .4 of the aro. This
"is not listed in our Paris papers j thfe
Toe-k ot fitch a circumftance as cettain to
take pUcc, and we obfervc that at a ie-v
tiew of the troops, beftre they marched
they filmed Buonaparte not as Emperor
but as tkeir General. ,
It is not poilibU to contemplate the is.
is no coalition produced ly Briiifl) gildt
re, the powers who hive formed it, are
to fight in their own defence, and not to
fcrve ihe caufe of Britain. The members
, of this league, can be ro Grangers to the
force cf f ranc, nor to the ct eritv and
effect, wiih which (he wields that force ;
they mutt it is to be preumsd be prepar
ed with a force adequate to the object
which they hsve embarked in.
. Th Ktch p.rr afTeit that Cattaro,
hat been riven up. acctrding to the trea
ty ol Prefburgh, but this thty hate very of
tea alTertrd biiore, and the Moaiieur is
Client upon that fubjrcl ; the ptobibilily
it, we tl'itik that KuiUa will not now fur
lender a j.oft that (he has appeared to have
ConfiJcied as fo important.
We frail wait with anxiety.in.l trnpa.
titnee for the aext arrivals, as the fitua.
tfen of afairt, are by ihaff ajlces,
hrcj(ht te that crius as induce an ex pec.
1 tation ilut the next will h of great in.
tereft. The French paprrsjay but very
little cf the lifers of Naples and CIj
bris, ffo-n hich we imagine that there
has breu little J oi rig in that quarter, cr
that wlut U.a been done, was notagrcta
t!c to nla e.
.. Latest EUropcan Advices.
ItanUitd from Pvrit toixrt rtttnti at tkr
tfil r lh ri'itk Udjtr, hj thi shift H',l.
tun Cl. H'liitn, in 43 djjs Jrgm
Psatl, Sept. 4.
A frtit Bumbtr of j.'nns tdf d ith
ammunhioaef war an dally paiiing through
Urunila to Maltvricl. . - .
TKli tnircerit we rteetfed ihs unelcoiae
Intelligence of vie dca.h if Mr. Tax.
" September It.
, The itf htton rtittrJiy, In the moroin
a rntat fiu'mbef ol tvlrona ef cHattcwr.
and hor t;rtriafm, with a tliiichmr t
if in J fcMiUerf of the irpri Uird, dettW4
from tbe bmilfards, and tifc, it it aalj the
rottt fneli1en,tleie troop were re mat K
able f r ihtjr fine appearance, ad the reiH
tart ardour tt(hthcy tshibited, resent irrnt
ana ittfiUtnca for ar, its re pah'.ca la its
the countenances of the tfficerrand soldiers
The gasateeri in the north of Gerniany, for
the last ii weeii, have not teaied to placa
before ua, the marchet of the Russian, Prus
sian and Kirediab armies, which tbey think
are. to form an allied army ; they appear to
iarjet that, france has more than 500,000
soldiers! to sustain the glory of her arms, and
to avenge the faith of treaties. M. (.Kotzebuei
who recals sn,.happily and o apropos all the
events of the memoralale seven, year war,is
advised to count ihe victories of the French
armies, in a war of three months only, lie
should reflect on the imprudence of lightning
a Panic that will nat be easily '.extinguished,
endthatno ' force, cn oppose with, impunity,
?the first captain of his age, and the most
warlike aWnv in the world, who is about to
'enter' the'Kcidsuf their former g!ovy Those
brave men .who moved with so much rapidi
ty from the 'borders cf the chartnel to the
feate c( Vienna and the plain of Austerlitz,
will with more fci!ity surraunt any obstacle
; that can lie noir'plaved in their way, anu pass
frorii the lanVsof the Rhine to the freritiert
xf baicony and Brandtt,b6urg. "
. .ViKNNA. Sept. 3.
Government his pubTi'ied ro official tc-:
count of the ni'iiitfry 'stale of .this country.
It is tmp"d f ene Generalisiimo (the
Archduke Charles) eifht field-tharshals, 31
general of cavalry and artillery, 1 17 lieuten-nt-neldmarhals,
273 maj'or-'gcneraU ; the
infantry is composed of 81 regiments, the
Cavalry of 8 regiments of Cuirasers 6 of
Ught horse', 6 of dragoons, J2 of Hussars, and -3
of cavalry, 6 reiciments of artillery, with
bombadiers, engineers, and miners, besides
a cordon of troops on the frontiers, and se
veral recruiting parlies in Austria and Ger
The French general" Aninossy is still in
this capital, he has frequent conferences with
the Anatrian minWters. , lie makes frequent
expeditions to Hungary, but it is said that
they rslate chiefly to measures necessary for
supplying the French troops in Dalmatia,
Count Ratumowiky, who sttjlremsinshere,
notwiths'anding the arrival of Prince Kousv
kin, receives frequent couriers from St. Pe
tersburR, and has nUo fr qnnt. coriference
with the nrniater for f iteign afTait s count
fu'.t i. ft is rnj otttd that lie has invi
ted .cur 'fsvernrocnt to cooperate with
Russia, and fo-m reff connexions witl.Jher,
i but it is al:o reported that his majesty the
emperor t as ' k.Tm'd!y cec'ined those invi
tatiov,5 declaring that hs has adopted a sys
tem of politicks since the treaty of PreS-
hoitt?,from which he will nwt dtpart, and
which does not permit In.n to enter into
new enagemcnta et a treaty.
, IIacux, Sept. 9.
The garrison in this place, and his majes
ty's guards, hare received orders to hold
themselves in madin;s lr inarching at a
moment's wartiir,t!.e"r provitoiury dealina.
tion is the camp u tux. near Utrecht,
which will be the reritertous of UO'iO in.
fantry and 5000 cavalry, itichuling the
French tronp, .a part of which is to leave
Utrvcht thia day f.r the sn rendeavou.
1 hat camp will be augmented, as circum
stances mav rrqnire ; it U id. it will be un
der the immediate rmnind rf his majestr,
eni under nun Kfnrr.l Michand. 1 he ill
iion of our army will be commanded "by
the generals Dunmncesu, Dacdets, and
Roskap. Colonrl Pa'sficini will trmwiand
the artillery. The tiocpi aru'in the highest'
. It is said that all the corps of the army '
cf Holland 1t received orders to bidd them
selets in rcdiries to march fur the csmp of
Zeist 1 this nrtier has Uetn spti'ully gien to
the 1st, 3.1 and dth rejr.imrr.ts of Dutch infan
tryt tthe twa tiimrnts of lijht it, fa at ry,
the two rrcirrrnu f dtaenrs, to il regi
sacnts of Has G.t'ia, tt.f oith and 72 regi
ments of Frtdch hfan'ry who are In" the
pay of Ihtiaad, besides whlrli the DiHch
rovil Ituttsrs, and a cempinv rf horsear
tillcry ate to jutn the catup at tin.
UailiraoR, Septv II.
The enntent cf the note debt ered by order
of the king cf Sei!en to the ministers of the
two allied courts, accreted ecar him, rts
pecting bis reconciliation witb the king or
rruttia is to the (ullowing ciTecU
MTh'e rstum ef the Swedish troope Into
the Duchy of Lsutnbourth, and the re-ec-ropati'fn
,of that csuniry in the nam of Ms
Untinnick mijcaty, having re rooted every
cause of hostility', and placing all matters ra
iKele former footing, hia msiesty cevldnot
drtue a mori ssHtfactory remit, for himself
and Ms allies j the andcraigrwd hastkere
.far the honor to InlWm you by express
ComniinJ of his sevcre)Kti,Jhst orders are
glten for the ctsinit n of all the measures
whkh ksd been adopted against tha com
vnertf and ports of lis TrnMlsn majesty,
whereof you were fwrmttlr iafsrmed fcv ike
notes of the Comt dc l ersln, Marahal of
the Kingdom, uader dattcf the S7th April
and 6tU of May last. The necessary or
ders have consequently been, given for rais
ing the blockade of the Prussian ports, to- .
gether with the embargo, which had keen
impossed on the vessels of Prussia in the
harbors of Sweden- 2 J '
letters from Dreslch say, that althougli ,
nothing official has been published on the
subject, it is confidently asserted, that Saxo
ny has entered jnto, arrangements with Prus
sia respecting the northern confederacy. t
The Count de-VVermar' conducts every thing
relative to the army, in which an increased
activity has been observed of late.. If ad
vices arc to be credited, the Prussian troops
hive entered Saxony. " - ;
1 , " Frankfort, Sept. 9.
I Yesterday the marshal. Angereau received
a courier from Paris. From that time we
:ount on the renewal of war, v
, Tlie Electorial Prince of Hesse has hasti
ly quitted Hanau with all his court. The
telerity with which he packed up1 hia effects,
. md the anxiety which he discovered about
4iose most 'valuable, seetn to indicate that '
, the court of. Hesse has intimate' relations
villi that of Prussia, and expects that war
ivill break out immediately.
The several French Commissaries, appoin
ted by Prince Berthier for the purpose of as
signing to .the confederate princes their new
possessions, have all arrived at their places
of -destination. '
Letters from IIes?e mention, that all the
military on foulough, have been ordered to
join their ; respective corps, end that the mi
litia is embodie.d and orgnnizkd, but that no
further movements are observed among the .
Hessian troops. The same-letter speaks of
a representation, which had been made to
tie elector of Ilesie of the advantages which
1 Lis electorate would derive by adhering to
the confederacy of the Rhine. This pro
position was tsken into the serious consider
ation of his highness. It it however sup-.
potd that the iotima'e relati ns, family ron
nexiona and military employments, wfiich
exist between -PnHsia and Hesie, wijl de
terrain the F.lec'or to r.ttach hinueif toslhe
political concerns of the North of Germany.
Letters from Hamburg stat that it is men
liofsed in severnl l't' r ftr S . jn , ihat
tne Prussian government', havs hinted to the
nifrchants of that city, ihat'ihev would do
will to ttfcurc the property, wl ich ihey may
hrve in France.
Thry ii fnm from Puchart-st. under date
olthe 10th AuK'tst, that the Princes of, Mot-1
d, via stid Wall. cliia ate tefM)nly .alarmed at
lie snovcmeiua made by the Russian troops
'oithe Dneister. Nolwi?htanding the devo.
tun of those IVi. ce lo Husms, they are par
ti.i'hrly tUrmcd on account of a Rusiian
cmrier, which wa lately sent to Scrvia, ncaj
Stutcrd, Sept. 9.
The dfpsrture of the Austrian prisoners
rcntinucsdiily, Et detachments of the French '
artillery are daily pa.sing towards the-Rhire, '
bit after the new which we yesterday receive
e we presume tho prisoners k the French
artillery will take different direction. A:
part of the equipage of Prince Alexander
ucrthier has ernved at Munich. A irench
camp ha commenced forming in the viciri-,
nity of Koerdlinjjen 1 all the troop quartered
in ihe territories of the prince Lttir-gen-vVbl-
Unttien have repaired thither.
All the Prussian troop which were sta
tioned in the snrbnrhs of Nuremburg. be
I wit'ng to the king of Prussia, have depar
ted lor Dereutb.
A rnncrrtMcfcf Ertgtde'oftbe Corpaof
Marshal Key, arrived here two days ago,
from McmmirtRien, and gave orders for the e-
aublishment of a powder maatine, at Can-
nonsdat. A company of artillery men, arri
ved there the next day, for the purpose of
making cat rid gt s. It is reported that the
1 ranch ordnance which was in our vicinity,
and a few days ago was ordered to be trans
ported to France, has been ordered hack
The removal of the roilitsry store from the
grand depot at UIra has been suspended, and
Ike iioms which had been put in requisition,
are still retained far transporting back those
which fad been removed.
W have just rrcei ftd the judgment of ihe
extreofdinsry militsry commission, establish
ed at IlrsnnaQ for the purpose of trying sun
dry person charged with serious offence.
The judgment of the ssid commission, which
hss beca published and posted ia ell public
plcr, declares that Joseph Schoderer,
merchant at DonsweM. John F. Palm, book-
aeUer at Nurtmlrtinri Mskell, lnnkeeperat
loveph F. Geniah,
ef Sisy at Aus-
and printer at VI-
naciar. uim, in iavn rtr
twrvh, Kwpfer, bookseller and rHnter
eons, and F.nrich, book seller at Lint , In
Anstris, were Krslly charred tf being tb
authors printers and Venders, f certain
pamnhltti rullished against bis marty l ha
e;mpror of IratKC, and against the FisatB
army, written vsith- tre Intenticn ef tiiitit g
the Uksbitsnttaf tht Stmfc oXCcmacy, to
aa insurrection 8c assassination of the French
"troops, and seducing the latter to "dialoyaltj
to their lawful sovereign (Buonaparte.)
j The aaid military .commission has con
demned them all to death, and pursuant to)
tnat sentence, Schoderec and Palm were shot
in'14 haurs after the olher 4 were condemned
for not" appearing to answer the accusations,
they are ordered, to be'arrested in any place
which the French armj may hereafter occupy,
and to be executed under its sentence.
' - ' Hakover, Sept. 7.
' Piqtiets are drawn from ihe several corps
of cavalry, , in order to watch, the borders of
theyeser, and the country between that ri
ver and the Ems, in order to prevent the de
setlipn of the Prussian infantry, w hich has ...
become so. general, that some companies
havfe lost a third, and others a half of their
men. It is asserted that' general Ruche!,'
will not retain the command of the array.
Count Sclnilleihibourg is universally-regretted.
The mandate, of the royal-treasury,'
have experienced a considerable depreciation,
since the repott of war has been in circula
tion, . -Lli: "
At'isnot'Rc;, 5epl. 10.
A French courier passed Urouj;h our city
yesterday charged v illi important dispatches
lor Prince Alexander licrtliier minibicr uf
Several ordinances of poficc, which wi'I
produce the most happy tfiects, have 'lattly
been published in, our city ; every rrar.chof
athninistrttii'6n is amelioraitd 1 all the Rumaii
CathoHck and Protestant churches in the
Buvarian provinces in Suabia ara obliged to
stod immediately all the supe-fuaus plate 'far
' which they hats no immediate occasion, X be
made ue cf forlthe vents of governmcnt.This
is surely a blessed effect of the mcsures of
police.! ; . . ; .
. According to letters from' Trieste of the
37th August', a, Prussian Courier passed
through that CitV'the day before from St.Pe
tersbui g, which he left after the arrival of D
Oubril i his dispatches were directed for the
Prussian commander in the Adriatic, his or
ders were to cross it, and he embarked accor
dingly for the place of hie destination, on the
27th of AugMst. The same letters add that
the mouth of ihe Cattaro had been delivered
hy the Russians to the Austrian, and by the
latter to the French, end that the stipulations
cf the treaty 01 PresbHrg, being nor com
pleted, that the Count Dcllcgatde will rtturri
. with the troops under hia conunJud to Triete,
where they were daily expected, and further
il is stated that the Ru.su.l troops wfcich
were in Albania, had re-cmlii ked for the Se
Viikna, august 37.
Five hundred artilUrr nun arc constantly '
employed in inaking cartinVs.
I trsic, Sept. 4.
Etry week couriers tjisthiouh tbisfi'f
with letter. hich ll : I i-.t wror of Russia
and Kir.g 0 Ptussia write- r'i iprocallv.
I.Atl-NDl'KC, Srpt. 3.
His majesty the Kins; of Svedt-p, hss ta-
Xtn posscision of this count rv, in ie name
of the King vl F.nglr.d the 1 u.- un atnu
and eagle taken awry j and every thing re
established tn the former fooiirg.
1'aoKTUns or Ri ssu, August 37.
The nsme of M, D'Dubtil i no lorirer
found in the list of the Members cf the Fo
IUxks or Tut MAticr, Aufrust 37.
We are assured that the Confederation e.f
the Rhine has received on'ers Irotn its su
preme head, to fat in ma.'ivn its tvtuirynt
trrft r-ithevt drlmji" ' "
A German Gaeette arnour.ccs that Ilia
Prussian Majesty is cn the oiTit of conclud
ing a Confedetalion for th North of Gcrma
7 . .
, AtVOItA, Ntp'. 6.
On the 21st Aug. an alliance was conclud
ed between Prussia and Hear.
Great preparation are tmlirg in Rui.i
That empire ha 40,(0 men c n ti t froi.titr
of Moldavia, 40.CXX) on those of Gatlacia,
and 10,000 on these of Prussia.
lUativ, Sept. 6.
lfis Jesty will very tm (it is said next
.Tuesday) repair the atmy the Cabinet
Minister, Count llaogwitx, will, it is k'
arconipsny bis Majesty. It is expected that
the Foreign Ministers will follow the kingfs
the head quarters-
The Princea Henry and Vt'illiam. itt nut
yesterday for the armyj etch ef tl.em will
command a brigade. '
Nart.rs, Augut 4.
' The r.nglUh have now entirely duapprar
ed in Calabria. 1 by are anil at Cap)i, in4
their sl.'.pi Ire cnilaing , in e,ur Gulpb.
I It Is ssid that Marshsl Massena will joit
the corp. of Genirsl Venj.er avdRes-rlcr
and bst'le with all hi f ii. TheC -rl
of Reggie, on the Coast tf Calabria, baa
beta taken by the Lnt;lUb.
Yi extract the following ititf meftt from
Ihe Aurora, to elucidate the exact pctiticn of
the i'M&ih armies, and IN f rclalle fttn aC