' , " I ' J, "
t : - -
! ? -f it.;, 'ic. .r "
v should they ca to war with Spaitu1 Tlu
' -'; General wrote to, the President (and the' 1
t, rresiuenc -incautiously sunercu wis u gu,
V to"congress in 'the mass1 of cotifidential dc
. " , cuments; M 4 ralleyrand wad instantane:
V vous, prompt7, tiftequivocal, in his reply. If
. 0U' GO' f 6 AIf "VTITH ;'&Aii FRANCE
i C A'i&Mf HEROCBT M0 'HEsif ate !.
f ' 8t HOST, TAKE PART, WitH 6?rN il l
T: ? i ThvM eirlv " Was the criminal tnSuiZ- who
? then pretended to administer the Executive
department of the.Governrtie'nC of the U
,- - V. T T ww- .
V i - v -v "! tion of the Enrfpe'ror Napoleon to cdntroid
- ' IkllLlUldl (LLICllfc Ul LUG- 1 11 lit JVlUtU U.VI uuit
: v ; .. 1 V . MIC Willi UCIi, CM UlC WUllCU. " u v-
V v soon abundariUy jiroVe,":did he submit to
. inch controul.' These facts, infinitely m6-,
v ! inentous? beyond anjf thitig injfour recent
; i - history, have1)een concealed from the good
rr people of the; Uoitcd States fruiu 180 W
- The confidential rrtesrage -bo ofti?n. Wu
''4"s'ded toctbe! confidential documents which
7 ? Rccompariicd iwthe' attempt 6? Jfii Jef
v (erson to make VMrv,' Randolph; as chair?
.' ; fclessage wa referred (the independent and
?: honest MArioji being thettthe maii who pa-
r " DICU IWH1IH1UCT81 U1Q (UW VI SAi myiV IL
' ' to appropriate ' Twa Millions of IJollafs,
wrth a view ? to- stajperced thJ' fatttettrtS
-Vhich If seemed mu naturaBy .oat j
of the; message j js tt contairied not a hint
"' about money, and did contain many hints
A,bout war the! conversation oexween jei-
I tenon and Rattdobh, ' involving the mdig-
. n-mt refusal of the latter td act the disho-'
norable part assigned hiro the substance;
of conversations between the. same gentle-
i on the same subject me sori oi ; cohiui
- iciui'tn Mr. RWItvfU and Grri. Var
liuu muvu -v " " i
hum, as managers;of the House of Reprc-
sentatives, ana iwnignts oi tne ac oiairs,
hen it was ascertained that Mr.. Randolph
, i Vould oppose the admhiistrationthe 'sub
- tin ciises, & other maniuvfes of the rt pew
'': lv; 4ers" with the result-.will be reviewed
' v in successioru v For the present with the
V; le;ive of tho Public, we will uke a little
tim to f AVB AKDrRsriECT.
r-rrhe followinflris a copy of French
Decree, noticed in London- papeiMAWr'
: ; The last number ofihpBidlctln dei Lolx
: :containr ah .Imperial Decree; 4ated 'at
. Rambouillet, the 23d pf March l810--(ta
' ling hito consideration that the'Rovernment
' of the United Statea has by an act of the;
1st March 1809, ordered, I. Ihat fronj
; ... the 20th of May next ensuing, vessels arri
ving in thSi- U States; under the French
.UIU ..UJ..J C J
i ther with their cargoes. II.'. That from the
v i-i me pcriddj no merchandise nor produc
1 ' i t the s ii; er ntanufacVurrs of France
or her eolcnit-a can be-imported into the,
- Irti of the United tates, from any ,fb-'
reign porA whatsoever, under" pain of sci
tore, confiscation andnenaltA' of three times
- til value of the goods. , llU lh.it it shall
rin belal for American vessels to nro-
; C 'cd for any port in France, her colonies'
or Ucpenaencie--lJtcree as follows i .
'-. All vtsst ls sailing under the American
i Batfj and owned in whole or in part liv any
. cituca or 6Ubjcct of that powerf that reck
oning irom tne wxu oi My, iov tout
nay; have alreatly cntrtdt vt that shall
auhscquently enter the ports of France, her
colonics! or tlie territories occuDicd bv the
Fr nrh armies, shall be seiz-d and sold,
. tmi the produce ol the talc shall be tlrpmi
ted in the Cause D Amortisation. From
this provision are alone excepted such ves
l ails as may be charged- with dispatches of
commissions from the government of the
' United Sut.-a, and hive no lading or mcr
-I It..- ... I I H .
, ; Ultr c'apturt of Uippolitan Private?!
-- Brig Vitoiy, Felt, S.Um, cobnut pro
ducv o ol j b Ig O (ivmlvh Bslnnwre,
do. di i s hr Outdoitk SbctTield, Outioa,
cod 6-l se not l deckled upon. . '
Artitd and ttqvttUrtd olGoUipoli, -'
Bnc B'ls y ai d aukey, Iibucomb, Sa
' Jem, somdxsrgo.4 - - . . i:
V Under ttq jtnraliM o Chit Yethii.";
BVif P rssrsnce, Toner Bi(on, 200
boles cotton, 10,000 p Ntnkecns, and colo
nul produce, st-OHf d I sthr. Mominr Star.
J, knu, Bcsion. todfih Two Friends. Lee,
S verty, iilo yitrji Larlotn, Beverly, with
' C'fnil produce, captured by KeipolitsQ
gun-boat and ld vesul nd ctrpff.
Artii-d tf( N.ifUt', tint! th tkftt.
Sck'r Amherst. .Bradford. Uuxbiiry, !ih
ailkii brij Ruth It N.nry Gonion. Philidel
pia and l.iton, rub coffte sch'r V ill'am,
' Turner. Dwsnn s)tr.and pepper rof
, tone, pfartln, Boston, tobaeco, cotton, kc
'Mancvi llolman, Lynn,, codfitb I, brljt Nn
ey Ann, Brawn, Boton and tsdit, totlfnh,
, at; ths sbuTi csplurcd on entering lbs liar
Sequester e W esrgoet itJlltig Ij Gmtrt
auip Hercules, westSjalem cot
3$ 000 p. osnketns $ Trent, CvenW B
iftnl colonial Droauce.' tssortcd iTpto'T
Htslel, Stlero, 55,000 lb. peppeti H ,woJ
Betne, Uardnett Ueverif, colonu)iu:
assorted t Romp,; Ladder,", Salett la
keens i Emilv. VVatermin. New-vk. co
lonial prediiceiPhoervi-i---, 9:Wf D
b.llst ; sch'r Kite, Thomson, BV?ore'
colonial produce ; Syren , NewWrTpori
codfish ' 'Peace, , Graver.T Ai. ttound.
Warner,- Baliimore1, blonlaT pr6Jare
Thooa,' Beerlyt xod" fl.hf-MirfJ CleVf
lidr Biston, -bees wai? obe'cf Urania,
Beck; N Yoik, colonisl produce; ' i
Besides the cargoes of tke' followkg "res-
e!s, vhich sailed oD giving bonds Wf tneir
value., :( ;:j ': --! :'. .v.? .
Skin AiEfu'tus, ilo0revBahiinore 55 W),
lb. cocos, 5,000 coffee: brlc Sophia, Csrnan,
do.; pnncipilljr coflee t tch'r 5.epnyfiw-
phy, Tew York. 4aa Loflee
TA fdlontng are under topture of frtnt
' . ' ' " matetrt - ' f- f ?-'
Shtn Manraret. FairBela.' SatettiT bri(C
roline, Dew, Boston sch'r Shadow, ilt
delphia assoried c.reoes, comprisedfsold
by the French consul vessels ejpecvd to
sail w .; - r.-;
i rem the Lend$n uaZeUe - f
At, the. Court, at the i (ueenjk, Palae the
'u 2d of ' Mav , i81p--present, the ling'a
. Uiuak ly4W,ulV"J.3lT IU VVUM
His Mrfesfv is pleased, by and Wkh the
advice of his Privy Corjnci to, order'and
it W hereliy orflcred that all vesseM vliich
nmm ii www w twwr prt, o ur
undet the cdntrol of France or IV 'allies
as uiui jonusn vessels may not irety trade
thereat' and which are employedaf the
YTniuc riMiciy, or ouier rianeryot any
deecriphon, save as hereinafter eiepted,
and are 'returning, ox .destined toreturri,
eunerio uie pon irom wnence tne clear-
ed.ortff any odjet
the British flag may not freely trad, shall
be captured and condemned, tpgetir wi h
their stores and cargo,' as prizqto' the
captors, , , v H-.'? , ih y-.-Wti
; But his .Majesty is pleased tacxeept
from this order, vessqls employcdn con-
i iv i r i ' . . .. ' ! i .
vcymg r isn iresp ia maricei, sucivessels
not being fitted or provided fof thcuring
of fih. v-v XI 'r
ivna ic is lurtner oracrea. mat ui ves
sels subject to the provision of thL order
as oiortsaiai. - wnicn snau cave saiea on
their present. ypvige. previous ip njtjc ojf
this order, or reasonaWe SinjtJEw
their tAvp ypSfo. NrilTkOutlnyicstauoon 'ac4
count of any, thing contained in this order
provided they sh'.ill not have contjirul on
Ifleir h&hs'rv more" than tweMy Kmc "days
(which are hcaby allowed to such vesNl
after due 'wa'rriing: of this order rttiiwd
at sea.' 'And the right hoivth4ord com-
missioners of his iMdjesty's treasury, his
Majesty's principal secretaries of sutc. tha
lords commissioners, of .the. admialy( and
th judge of the hicli court of adiiralt'
I J ... . r .1 r ,
ar to tnkt the necessary- mtSBures hcrtin.
to theni may icsnectively appertan. "
' ; - ; Ntw-Yoat, MU '
' LATEST? FROM CADIZ, H s
We learn by the schr. Wejmoath, Capt
llowland, in 30 days from TcurifTe that a
few flays before her departure, twa Spaoish,
and one English f, with a trantpoft ship
having on bourd 800 French prisoners arriv
ed at Sunt Crux from Cdii, winch, pUce
they le ft about the I tt of June. Theysuted
that the Marquis do la Romans, with K),ooQ
troops were on their march in the rearof the
Fr ach army toward Ctlla and that the io
habiuuits of that pUce were in high ipiriu,
and under no apprehensions of being obliged
to surrender to the French. ,.-. , k
e further learn, that the Seven Canary
Islands were itnincdUtciy ta be placed undfcr'
the Vice Royalty of the Uuka del Parque,
who, with u number of troops, wore kourly
expected at Santa Crux. vi : - :
It is further added by our Informant, that'
to much were the inhabitants Incensed U
giu-istjlhe French prisoners at Purt. Qrstftl4
aim uia )per town, uuc.Uiey einboUiel
and threatened to massacre all thev' could
find and that two respectable French Inliab
Jtants or the place had been put to death by
"the populace. . About 1 00 of the regular
troops came over from St. Crux and quelled
- . pMitaoxtrvii, Jolt ij;
Yesterday arrived brlir Senders. Ouall.
irom cadis, which he lelt the 3lh May, and
informs that the French are erecting boHe-
rles and advancing their works st Matagor
aa I out nau not opened them whan be tkcl.
neither had there been any ' rcnomuiier or
tallie on eiutcr Side for soma time previous
to his Sailing, i UD the 17th and 33th efMnv.
two; of the prison ships' ran ashore In ges of
wind, bf. which t or tvo French priswiert
were released, the boots of the Uritlthlmen ,
of war attempted to board them, while i llU
inland take out the prisoners, but, the
Frenchmen having Rot arms in their htids,r
krpt them efT and killed II or I7bfthen
glish fiom -wl.kh It supposed that theom :
on the 35tn, naving or joO priaoncrs, tk
ing the adranuge ef the gale, had
Aii ittiars.. xeia their arms, tut the Ci
ties, and let her drift on shore the French
men defended her. till they were au lanoeu.
when the Brihaet her on are -
.. rnt- Ouail inform!, that on the 3Pth oi
May, the Spanish mountaineers, armed only
with knives, daggers arid cutlasses poured
down on the town of Chirus (about 1 6 mile
front the Isle of Leon,T ei rrisoned by a bouy
bf French, whom they routed ana cut to
pieces, hardly paving, a man to ell their oiis-
-Cant'O.Tieara hothlrt of the battle la
Portugal, or the evacuation of Madridj aire
ported yesurday via tihariestoni -
' i LONDON. V:'f Vj
- - . . .... .......,n ... to
Mr. VVhitebroad rose and said, that hav
Ine read and considered certain papers laid
before the House respecting the negociation
which wasxarned'on between Mr. trskine
and the American government, he was now
peifectly prepared to state his opinion open
them. 1 he. rieht hon. gentleman, nu ma-
irstyV secretary -for foreign anairs, twr
Cinninar ) had Publicly charged Mr. Er-kine
with having departed widely from both let
ter and pirtt of his in.tructiont. ir. .t
aklne denied the fact : aod the question at
issue In the face of Europe was, whether or
not the right honorable gentleman had dew
ated from the truth. He' far his, own part
was persuaded no such imputation could be
founded against the right hon. gentleman.
BUt - ' ' ' -, . .- ' i " . . . i
f Here -the Chancellor of the Exchequer
rose and deprecated the progress of the
load to afi irregular .debate, there being no
floraoie ttenueman in a pceca: wnico mieai
jMr, w nueoreaa aia not mean 10 orinK ior-
wa(d any motion on the subject ; he wished
to save the bouse, the troub e of a discussion,
1 be question wss at issue,! as bet ween ihc
right hon. gentleman, Mr. Ersk'me and hn
self.- What he wisbtd to say then was, that
ail inai ; was .waniiu to lue viuuicanon oi
Mr. Enkine. was the publication of thst let-
ter now - before the World, and from an at
tentive peni'-albf that letter, be thought the
vindication compute i but that these inuructioni
vttre not draw up mth the occur act they ought
to have beat, nor with 'due attention to 4 ha
which had then rteentlj patted in America
Undemanding, however, that an intercourse
waa now in neeocfatTon with' America, he
did not with to urge any thing further on the
aubiect. 1 : " . :
Mr. canning ei press a bis surprize at the
coutm purud by the honorable gentleman,
and thqtfAVhrr-o? a tiftfiHa
rontr a irnic ncnad aoDcircrf in
anxious to bring forward. For his own part,
ne oaq always courted tt, as the only way in
Which he could shew to the World, that what
he had done in his official character w"h re-
fpect to Mr. Er-kme, would bear the strict
at and most minute invettigs-ionc There
was nothing for which he was mar tatfeul
than that the investigation' of thw subject
should be entered into in the futtett manner,
!le hamrer sid any thing tending to tia
duce the characiei of Mr. Erkine'. He had
affirmed and re affirmed, that Mr. Lrskirir
had eclti eontturj to hit instruction, not only
t hi the tetter, but the tpirifef thtm : and be
was ready to make it apper in argument,
whenever the honorable gcotlrman, or any
other, of Mr. Erkme't friends, should chute
to bring It forward. Us thought the hon
gentltrnan did Aot treat him fairly, when af
ter he had stated, that if certain documents
weie brought forwsrd, it would appi. Tm
his (Mr. Canning's) conduct would be found
faul y and repieheniWe i and now thoir e
ry documents. were brought forward, the
honorable gentleman descried bis ' forme
ground, and he was left without an tpnor-'i
.M....7 v. uikiiuiiik wiviuciicnaract(rirom
the charge which had at different timet bate
made egaiost him. .
v : 6IR FRANCIS BURDETf.', ''t' '
From our filet of London papers to the 3 2d
May, we have occasionally published seve
ral articles relative te the truestlon Kk
agitates the capital Of the Bridh empire
! We say ei.7o-i4bfrwa are assured, verbnl-
jy an oy inetr newspupcrs, that the metro
politan district only appears to side with Bur.
dett-nd that but Partially. A MmleM.n.
blinsclf a stickler fwc rcfurm. Informs us that
he was in London when bir Francis Was ar
rested that he afterwaids crossed the king,
com t that the people out of Mkldlcwx were
Uhifortnly against violence.. We published
last week the pretest aigned by 80 Livery.
Wo, against the Common Hal! fandBur.
dctt.-.The - Mornhig Chronicle of May
II, now befere us, contsios (including Uie
above) upwardt of ItOQ signatures to that
protest, U Lhcrtmen of Lvndon. Sir Jamel
,; Shaw asserted in the house of commons on
the 8lh Mar. that I SOO lffnd t..
Alderman tombe reptied that the Livery.
S9 oeU4 f at Ust 13,000. . ,Tha ria
f;r open for addiuonat signatures so that
at least a powerful minority of the cspiul
7 an,t """ltt "nd htissupporterlno
where hi the ceuntry. Imleed those whom
the miuiMtrUl nrrs term tkAim .i .u.
less libellers in the cltv.
ledge that they have overacled their mrt i
h-j think with horror or the Fr.ncb revolu.
Uon art ready to opnwe the yhdrnre whirh
at such a period would overwhelm the Mm
, ,v I'lwjrrn;, me
lm.cpendBce of their country.
.u ., uic property, the .n,l ik-
- - . ' - ------- tv
Take as an
ifistanoej:the 'following :from" theLoftdOn
Times of May 36, , an, opposiuon. papery
which hesitates not to charge : the gsYerrt
mentjsith CorrUDUortr Fe&Ge&ttter
a We have never run into the extra vawmtti 1
of even palliating the recent disturbance and v . j
intemperate conduct f those who are see k
Ins for reformatioB,, with aomuch xeftfw
gave it as our opinion, at the very com
mencement oi xne agiwuon in qucsuoii, iua v
it Wis" a thbtf most desirable to the perpctra1
tors of puhlitj wrohgs ; that it WouldXetid td r
screen themi and - that TXueh.. evil - would a
consequence result from' it r ahd every da
eonvbeeauimore stronglyL bf tbe trdth of, v
our prediction : in - fact it will be seen; that -
many of the temperate iuid respectable part , "
of the community keen aloof from both side
of the question, from the resolutiohlsts 4nd 4- : V
the counter 'resolutwntsvstreTn me tor - c
-- i . ' ' . 1 'w" 't
mer ; ott,. account, ot meir- v oience ana , . t
from'4he iallfir. on account of 4he corrupt ' . J
practices of government which 'thej are e vi ' . .:,"
deAtlv endeavoring t6matrit.w""f fe
4LordrfGf ehvlni and Grey stand "$p igamat'T
the resolutlonistsi -The followmg. was deU."j ;
vered in the House of Lords Mat TA:-K.- ' . r
Lord Grenville' entirely coh'cufrfcd- wiwi f
his deepregret that any person should havo ' " '
been so deluded as to attack the powew and f
priviWget Of parliament, upon which deppn , .
ded the very existence 'of the tonsufution, ' . y t
andthe welfare and prosperity Jai the couna ; f
try. To parliament the people were iAdebt . ,
ed for their , liberties, for their prosperity r
and for aU Wie advantages.fliey had Mthe'ruj
enjoyed. Take away the powera6f Parlia- 1
wintT -mini tt'tK.tinicu pcraopt wno tnw '
clamored against them would soon tine tlmt '
the liberty ,k prosperity" of the pe.opfe'would
cease to exist. It was through the, means. of .
Parliament that the liberty of the people was -first
established l it was by parliament that
that liberty had, by wise and wholesome laws,
been placed upon afirnand secure basis, and.'
like their ancestors thev oueht to rally round
late for were lt to be deprivea.ot those pn- ,
alleges Upon which depended At poweyand' ' . H i
dignity,to what source could tne people lookv.
for the maintenance of tlieir rjwn prlvilcgesr - ',
and their own IibeYtlts Thi'y could indeed ' ."
hope to derive Utile aid from the Crown, if " : '
once.the privilege of Parliament were gone. -The
rioble secretary 6f state might aitempt
'a defence of ministers; but it was to their ' . , .
misconduct that much ofthe evil that had ari- , ' . -ien
was to be attributed. ' They had violated
'their first entrance into office, and had evf
since been acting iff contradkifon to the best
interests bfjhe country.: , ' ., - - '
' from tie Virginia Patriot. -' c"'' :
The blockade of (lit coast pf France front
the Elbe W Brest has been uniformly and
trrmphantly cited by all those who are solicit "V
outtojwlliate the Berlmliecrcev' histhe- C;
pardhular measure 6n" whkh the,advoc4tes ;s
of French aggression found their accusations
of England? and it has been generallyrepre- ' 4
scnted ss an' absolute and unqualificd block. "
ade, not defended as a measure of retaliation,' .'
but comainlng an asseruoa of the naked
principle, that a mere paper blockade is legU i
timatc. Ij is therefore entitled to more par.
tkular (oitkideratioh. . -;." v
ThU measure was adopted bj the Fo ad- '" :
muiistration, an administration noted lor ita
respect for neutral rights, and foKfts avowed ' '
partiality to the TJ. States. This is nor mc. ' '
tioned as justifying a proceeling in itself,
censurable, but at furnishing an additirjiua , ,
Inducement for enquiring Into tho real cha. ; :
racter of the measure, and into tho motirex r- ' -assigned
for it adopuoa.- ,
In his letter of the lethof May,Uox,Mr.
Fox notifies td CoI.Msnroe the "blockade
of the coast rivers and ports from the rivef
FJbe to the port of Brest, both Inclusive." .
But Uie letter addn ' hit majesty U pleased
wm.iro uni aucn-Diocxade sr(in not ex
tend to prevent neutral ships and vessels la-
den with goods hot being the property o his
Majesty's enemies and not being contraband " '
Of war, from approaching the said coaMs and
entering Into an tailing from the sld river
and parts, provided the said ships and vessel - '
o approaching and enuring, shall not have -been
laden at any port belonging to or In the
possession of anyd his Majesty, enemies -T'
treTiouJ7 Token the blockade. '
.This order left unmolested the trade.if--
neutral,notOnlyin articles ofthe growth of . 1
manuUtureof neutral countries, but avtn
m those of the growth or manufacture of the
enemy, provided they ceased to be the pro
petty of the enemy, and were not contraband
of war. Ita sola operation was to Inhibit the
cireet trade from one of the enemy'e ports to'
anoUien that Is h fact, to inhibit thecoaat
Ing trade and the lirect tolonLl trade.
Th National InuUlgtncer,howevsr,doee
not deem ,t advisable to give to this measure
H uo caaracicr, nor does it answer his mir-
t a . . .
-Jr. Fox introduces hU communlr.Uon In
CoL Monroe by sutirig that - the king, tak
Ing lito eonsidcratloa th, new snd extrnor.
ciinary means retried to by tbeeoemv fof-
hli sub)rcts, has thot.ght fit to direct," kc.
Ihrsenew and extrai.r.nni-tf
nwounr inoujjh they, had
pose w nint at the motives which produced it.
This s not an crfeM! measure, resdng for
ts jusUficvwn on lubitrinsk propriety It
s a measure of rtaltation, Induced by pre.
. .1 mrrrxa