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Labor tnin'u vincitjmprobus.
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iLxtracl A letter fr.tk.tks fhstiri
v .7 Ccnful a Livrvhtdvtiel zth
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MclTagcs betweenj Cala"3 an
; Paris cntiaue as frequent as ever.
f Gfcn. Abcrcrombic L.is abancioneci
the projeSl of attempting Malta.
1 Our Comm. Tuners it Iiris aic jo
' injr. on vell.,,
Ycitcr!sy : afrive.-l ; Hiniprcn
Roads the thip Mitliflppi, Cap'am
Citlathan, 43 tUjs from Lircrpuol,
bound to Ciry Toint ; ;c received
.".from laftcvenint; a London p-per
, ofthe io.tli September, 'from rhich
tlic following arc cxtracis : 1
LONDON, Scfjt. io.j
According to advices-received on
Monday from Gen. Sir' Ralph A
bercrombic, vrclcam that Gneral
Graham had been lent with 4000
troops and a -numerous of arriikry
to the attack of Maira. . Sir Ralph
Abercrombie alf went thither in
perfon, with two irgimants,
hfling of 1000 men each,:
X.echorri ; bat after infpccling the
S.rri:t: liT' wciiLi, aim the ltatc
of defeae, it was thought prudent
to aoaiidoxi the attempt,; and with-,
draw our forces, whieh had accord
ing to the lad accounts been rcla.id
ed at Minorca.
Letters received from or baird
Lord St. Vincent's flret mentions,
that the fleet (lands clofcr in ibore
than ever. , The blockade has been
St f . f ,f
VCrJrftri'? ? th;monhs
pafl, and all forts of provifibns, Sec
have hien prevented from xntering
lirerl for the fleets. I he flym
y look-out fquadron of frigates kiep
la dole into the roads, as to be tre
qtiently: within reach of i the batte
rics. mis tney go to prevent a
fleet of tranfports at St. Maloes,
laden with naval ftores and provih
ons, from efcaping into Breil.
. :TP A II I S, Sept 5..
. AlmoSl all the Journals have a
" greed in faying, that 0-1 the 2d, four
couriers coming irora London arri
ved one hour after each pther. iuch
acltve communications are a fayour
able augury. Iney wi i prove at
lead on the part of ths 1 Britifli go
vcrnoient a great ea'gernefs to be on
terms wjth ours ; and itjmult be al
lowed, that it was a happy circum-
flance that there ihouid be jult four
packet boats quit?: ready ito bring o
ver the four couriers within one
hour of each other.
.There arc.at Paris fcveral Ruffian
Cols taken at the HcLder. Forgot-
teri.bj their government has advan
ced them what money they wanted.
.Wc learn from Leghorn, that
Admiral Keith has failed , with his
fleet, and is gone to Mahon to bring
away the Englifh troops. It is be
lieved that tney will proceed to . I
taly.. ; , ;
BREST, Auguil.27.'. :- i
. On hard Me. TtrKibUA
.We are placinrthcnret ona moft I
rcfpcaafclc footing; All thcrcfTcIsI
vhich are in the?port being arisd,
ind they will be .very fov.i in the
'oad. We Inv hid adicei that
:he Englifh propjfe to mike ,tan
felves martyrs - here, a:id to atuck
Brfjl ; but we have made fush tor-
iinlabie preparations fur dc-feace,
;hat if thev ihouid be b'oid en aih
;o attempt a csup de main, we ihali
4 ve them A. very warm rece'priori.
f he canons of" the batteries' are al
ways loaJcd. Tl;e coa.l a'reiu.rhs
oe.t i'tare of deJeace ; aa.i if t!xe
enemy Inouici co riff in, they will not
be able to gtt out ugin.
Our veflels are drawn uo in two
iriis Light th?c dee'eers .iorm St
part of the :!rrt, und p-reient an im
pregnable battery. One thou fund
pieces of camion are mounted upon
the points on whi.-h the LngiL'ii can
make any attempt.
The enemyk nrmament is alavB
in iew. Their obj-c: is faid to be
u fAcrifice forue of v.-ifcis,
to. burn or link ours i!oACcr the
iroad of Breit will n t h ta
of Abpukir. The uitr.icc is de
fendrd1 bv batteries and vne:s can-
not -enter more tian tv.-o irjre -.
The brave Bernadotte has h iie.i i
qaartcrs at Liudmc ..u. rc
on the belt terms with our friends
the Spaniards j. they arc much
tached to us,
ant: liie ci;i2iN hit
t jsc ;7inc jj
with a cordiality that does both much
STRASBUKCJi I Sept. 1.
We have juft learnt by an o.'ficul
communication, that citizen l)jf
folles,." chief of the etat-mijr of
the army of the Rhine, has announ
ced to the. field Madhai lieutenant
knrnn T rmr th f tTminafimi Cif tllS
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fufpenfion of arms concluded at
The ceflatlonof the armiflice has
alfo been notified to the Aultrjan
Gens, comman iin-j leparatt corps,
the Prince of Reufs in the Tyrol,
and General Simbfccn in Franco
- It is faid that the Auftrian Gene
rals werc"very much iurprifed at this
intelliTevnce, and that the hope of
the Emperor being Hill
ratify the preliminaries coucltfdtd at
Paris, is almoft general.
The Geeral in Chief Moreau,
is oeupied in giving activity torti)C
operations of the right wing of the
anny, and in making the neceiTary
difpofitions for attack. Ltcourbe
?aas Conferred, proviftonally, the
command of the right wing upon
We have received here official
news that rhe celTation of the armi
ilice has been notified at all points
to the Auftrian Generals, and that
hoftilities will commence ; immedi-
!r- Ery thing preages new vie-
An extraordinary courier
Paris pafTcd thVough;this city on hi
way to Vienna. . U-
It is faid that Ruflia and. Pruflia
will march joooo nien in order to
force the Emperor to conclude a
f TRANKFORT, Auguft 29.
' They write from Berlin that con
ferences have taken place between
the Minifter of the French Repub
lie, General Bouraoavillcy .aadthw
3aroa Krudner, jMinifter fro
Ru(fii. It is fuppofed that their
object it to bring about a reconcf
'iation between the! two countries,
which is by r.n means improbable,
under the' exilling circumflaaces.
. BRU3LS,! Sept. r.
Fro r: che Banksjof the Rhine,
wt JMrij, thtt the troops cantoned
betw4gcfn, t!ie Lahn and the Niddsj.
b?a i to be in motion, to approach
tJe Mfin. It appears -that the mi
upcrati ons;ori thai point, will
Wuvtsbufg, and Afchaf-
BOLOGX A. Au-uft
- The ui-.shm of Frencri
under th; n Jers 6f G?ieral
hier, wjuch was
at Imola, fet off
having rjreeived a
rcinfarcere;it oi or oooo men,
in order to refumej tie poff-.-flion f
) the R').'iia');!n, which had been eva-
. cu-'.re , '! y from motives of
iiuu vt'nicU tha Aultriau
troop? p7id -occupieid
as it appears,
from 'fme mi fundf. rj? t a n di i a
account is rvew in j Bom-
f b-i'v p tr of an enormous
fti.il?; c ihe jua.id i Ge.lebes which
had woun d itself round and crufhsd
ro death a man who jay fleeping on
the beach, and was taking the body
into his mouth when' others, came
and cut off his head it is faid this
kind of lnake fwallows man and
Mr. Bouiton of Birmingham is
preparing a dye by order of the Eaft
India Company, from which gold
medals comnitfmomjvs of the
capture of iSeringapatam arc to he
flruck,: and ditlnbuted to the army
in India. ;
A comrnifllon" has paflcd the great
fcal of England, empowering the
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to return
the Irifh pesrs.and commoners to the
Ifrom a review of the limitations
of prices of articles of provifions by
an acl'panl-d in the year 13 13 it ap-
it appears that mo'twy then was
from ten to twelve times the value
it is in England at prefent.
The corps in the lout hern parts
of England are &ood, ani 1:1 the
northern parts but fhort.
.Capt. Thompfon. late from Lif
bond informs that Buonaparte had
made a demand of 8,000,000 crowns
from Portugal, to remain neutral
and permit the French vefTe!s free
entry in the ports of Portugal, 01
that he would march an array, of
25,00 men againll them who were
all ready at Dijon, and thit Spain
had confented to their marching
throueh their territory, that the"
court of Portugal were engaged in
eouneil on the fubjecl. -7
Paris papers fay that a paflport
has been granted by Buonaparte for
the Queen of Naples to pafs from
Leghorn to Vienna, whether (he is
to travel by land under an efcort of
Auftrian horfe. ,
. Letters from Marfeilles jlate
'that k (hips of d liferent burthem
nave lately entered iviaita witn pru
tfiGons. r .
la an adrefs ,ta the clergy at Mi
a as from Buonaparte (but of
which the editor. is not kriown V he'
is made I to (peak qf the Rohjw Ca
lliolic as the true and pre'rablc re
ligion, and as the one which : dv-e-'
lores' land fupports the rights, a
principles (rf Democratic govern
ment. . j , :UX:J-: :'
A Milan JournaHiinferins' thnt1
the Piedoritffc' 'govefij Xhi ha vsl
propofed to the Cifalpinr g-.ve"n-..'v
meat an! unipn, .ani a
lope is a lo;
?ht it will be reciprocated and
tend alf to Liuria
In a, late trea;y bet Wee n the Just
in -Ha CcJmpaTiy and the-Nabb Saa-
lut AU Kn'hn. the fnrrrief " areryro
keep. an array of r 0,000 ;. BririCL nnt'r
native trpo js in O add af all jiiiies
and to ae?':rt:cnt i'he number wh:n
rhe fafe'ty of the Province may re
quire i t . : ,
A Hamburg Tart'le -f ft tho Sth
August, jstats ikt 'Iiciril. ir.iclli- ,
L.rnce was received thrre from the ?
"Hague, t:o the Dutch Miniver, '&c.
that.prelijmiaaries of peace between
France aad the EloocriSr of Gernr -ny,
' fbunde'd'en the treaty ;of Cam- 4
pd Formio were .'Jigncd on-the evt'n
ing of the 29 :h July----A Vienna
article of the, 30th July,-" tatcsk,
that fht armistice hi G'trmanv and
Italy hathj been fiid to be prolund;,
for fever A months, during which
rhe negotiations wcjfiS to t riie i
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An article dated Hgt;r, Au
gurt -2d, ft?, res that the; Ducrt
Minifter at Paris u rote by a
courier Che pleating in'eil'gcnce
that the (preliminary ai tic lei as
a to rcfai:, were already ar ratig
c j, and as lbme faid,'ligned on
;he 29th July. -
A London nVticle of i4th o
fiNfs-, -there is i;o tiuch int.
die above. " ; '
A London paper of the 13th,
fays, it is probable they were.
either figned or dcfinltiveiy at
ranged. By letters from Dantzick it
is ftatedj that the King of Pruf
fix has laid an jaddirjonal dutr
of 1 25 guilders per laii on all
w heat to be ex ported , this is r
laid to riave afteCtcd'the murKtC
price in England I f"- 'X- ;
A London article of the 25th
July ftatcs that the wife of John -Sandal,
!a gardener at Sheffield 1
place, aged 23 years, Was fafe
ly delivered ot lur daughters
at a birth, ali likely to Lye
ihe was three years iturned and,
had one c hi Id before.
The Captain, of an Engl(h
fchooner informed a New-York
pilot that the French, have ta
ken Curracoa, that the United ;
States brig Pickei ing. was in
the harbour at the time and
joined With other Americans in
defending the place againft the
French, who, ; when they ' con
quered, maflacred every Ame
rican, including . the conful,
orBcers land crew of the ficfc-
An Edinburgh article of the
i6th Auguft, AUies that jhe
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