fix o'clock Uacorucicus t,f whit liad Lap-
Lad uown at the liable do-j-r, the hone-
. Jtcrotr threw fume -faagyhBr, TiPtT
.rj fift.-feitht?.4Me?Artnefra(;ti thfonfcN-rtnit
. fitc UiLiagpgneiJtiituuth of. thi month
VIENNA, JANUARY fji
HE Hungarian nobility have ac
pciialmajefty, in which they chiim,-in
' terms bordering Upon Infilling, the
ieftoration of their country 'rrights "arid
btiug able to get her up ; but even he
-a.i imi aware of the accident until the
; mail toaih ahived, the guard of which
, been oiuhe dunghill about an hb'ty ajid
an hull, the marc of her own accord got
-V? wtut ima the liable and began vsF
.cit. , The proprietor however ordered
her to he llabbcd anj wliea openeJ fi-c
iyai -v,as diftovejlfl H viCi foal. , The
tllc riiare:ai very Riucli; accullomed io
jr unit) ui4 i.iii td4UiC lUAUiu'tu iajr a
on one-leg .for the firft mile, but not af
terward ami as tio caufe of anj mor
' tification was difcovered, this extiaorsii
'xury cltfumflance puzzles every body.
Point Peire) ny the A me ;ican captainiand crewt,
belonging to the rrffeh in the laid port. Pub
lic ib-joi it if the aUfsifinkif 'pqTW"t
fa.niily upon fucking official accounts, that they
:iiyw have angappununity to return to their ge
nerots brethren, th tribute and acknowledgement-juftly
due th- m from this colony, for their
f r-it,tin.th Utm aif.tfliT It-Wtherifare en
A A fKiir rii(mirt. (Kill nrfpnf an attr.'l
sirt, iu the l-t-rks. Crrat-Br.tam, l!o land, w f0 ffd , ,;(of the Mm; cf h
', BOSTON, MARCH Jt.
General war or general peace in Eursfe.
A letter f'O.n London, rec i.ri vi Net - VoiK,
ancient privileges --t-,
They further . defire tjxat the royal
crown ot Hungary, Which, after
death of their late fovereign " Empr
Qucen, mother to his maje'ty, was car
ried away from Prefburg to Vienna,
may be fent back to the former city, the
capital of iheif country. '
That theneonle mav be atlihertv 'm
-TayTy. the German, and refume tlie old - at WarfaW lhe ,d nQm
Jiun-anan drefs. .rV,.i .u.r . iv.
That all the public a&s be kept and
recorded in either the Latin or Hun
garian langjiage, inftead of the" Gerv
man ; and that every thing in Hungary
ma"y be put ap;ain on the old footing.
They promife, if all this is done, to
b , 1, . ... 1, tins ct ww p,ified, turn. t:nx
3 ,ake jo.n jfi Sfflj.-jfcand that juitide fh.uld be
;ror and t.upref. wrfl, by a i;3j. which impofc-d
.-4r hrinv nn them tnfl ..
SweHep, and Prutruhjve entered into tn aties to
prcTent the .I'urks being dtiven out f Europe,
', and re endeavouring to
in tUis cafe, the tin per or
a cominu.ition of the war. brine on them ths
wliole forceof thefj powerful nations,. Our tell
politician are however of opinion, that the -al-.
fuid atteiript to extirpate the Ottomans, will be
j;ieo up, and that a general tranquility Will en-
ixs." .- ' -
A it 10. Arrived here on Monday laft,
vfrom B.wbadoe, the brig Port Kofe way, Capt.
captains, to be inferted in the addrefs. Whea
this ft was pafled, ntm, f:n M. Dormoy dc-
djrte in refp.ect to '
a duty cf Three
Dolhn oa each American captain, at the admi
ralty office, and which lor fome years part, had
b?en (illegally) extended to Seven. This ahofs
was thun taken into confideration, and the affeno
bly was pleafed to enat, that the. attorney g-nerd
and his deputies fhalt order that only tritium
Hlpulatedin the it of 1783, (hall in tutuit b t
tion is received that the nesociadons for
a peace are in fuch forwardnefs, as tp
afford the rncU fnguine hopes of fuc
ceTsj and it was reported that a treaty
was actually on the point of being Con
cluded. , The , conditions of this treaty
1 f T.n (hall be ereftcd into a principaUty
.Y, f -.--...- juy anJ ,.emain independent ot the Porte
mucs in general, w iui every neceuary
mat tneir country can produce.
Winter. ; (' Whn Snfnrm-i. "that OA th '.. . . . . v . .
Was lelt there 1 ivfiwni oj i&c jncrnan yrjjttt ut a wm
Bravtallitt ef fit Trtntbi ,
Kever did the uftful fupplies of yaurtra
to the colonies apptar in - fa truly a beneficial
Every one knows what nolle exerti
ons were made by the Hungarians at
the death of the Emperor' Charles VI.
in fupport of his daughter and heirefs
the late Emprefs Queen. , ;
that as foon as" his dominions arc
Weft wuh peace, he 'will "afTemble the
diet or dates of the kingdom, and, in -coticert
with them, do every thing that
ihall be thought . lor the advantage of
; Famine has reduced the garrifon of
Orfova to demand a truce of three days
' fbf tbt adjuftment of a capitulation.
That the fortrefs of Oczakow, and that
tracl ot county between the Bog and the
Neiiler, fhall be ceded to RuGia The
court of Vienna demands, thai Uw. coun
try fituated fouth of the Danube, in the,
province of Wallachia, ftiall be ceded to
the Empire. ngrceably to the treaty of
TiflarovithT with"aiTf6r tfefsof Chock-
zim, and its territory.
. JJTT T HOU! I V s!
1 ' .
An antiquated virgin in Hailey ftreet
Vrote about 1 2 months fince to Java,
defiring a mercliant there to fend her
beautiful monkeys. Though the lady
only meant zcouHe of animals, from the
t mor of the orthography, the merchant
'conceived the word too was ico. Tn
PROVIDENCE, R. I. ' APRIt 3.
Lalt week Mr. AhnerMerrificldtl,f Mtdwiy,
In the (lata of Matfachufetti, having purchafed
in this town a clieft of tea,, and other articles,
was proceeding homeward with" the goods in a
waggon, whtn'u property was (eized by a reve
nue officer j and fent to Bofton, By ( of Con-
vErefti not nly the good; trnr then argan and
Mam are farfeited. BltlTcd efficl of our being
out of the Uplon 1 Mr. Merrifitld long dealt
. la this town, and expended much money therein.
light, as in thU day'i obligations. With tho
pureft fentimcnts of gratitude we make you every -acknowledgement
in out power, for the leal,
aftivity, and prefence of mind which you dif-
played in arreilirighe progrefs of. thofe deftruc- -rjive
flames which were yery new reducing tha
. whole town of Pnt-Pre to aftes. Your con--duft
imp fcj a duty upon u which- ia lHghly -,
agreeable, from a recolleliaof your voluntary
.exertions and humanity, t time when yott
, were not folicitcd ; and above all, from the at
tachment you m inifeft for the happinefs of th
( French colonies. Your frvictton this occafion
provt you t. be truly our brethren, and are ferns
, of the good tfftcts of that pitriotic fyftem which
. unites us to the American ftites, with whom
. difmterelled gfnerofity is the firA law. Without
10SD0K, FEBRUARY 9.
-vv"At Leeds in Yorkihire the jufticeS
have bejun to makeexperiments,at their
Jft .quarter-fefliqns, upon the effects of
Tohtude as a punilhmcnt.fnr difordcrlf
' perforis and fmall thefts. They fentcn
cefd lbme to three months, fome to fix
month's, to one and two years confine
ment, during which the prifpners arc e
eluded from all (tpriverfe with that com
munity among whom they have (hewn
tnemltlves unfit to live. The rerfon
' confequence of this natural miftake.the
. lady laft week received the following
letter l u Mad a ?c Shipped on board
' the good brig Nancy, for London, Cap
tairr Payne, fifty monkeys the re.
-mainder of the hunirtd (hall be fent w.itfr
We have, &c.
Pioj ds Casterri 5c Co."
,. ;A few days ago, a young couple
went to be married at Afhton under
Rine ; when the ceremony was about to
. HEW-YORK, APRIL 17. .
' ' We hear, that yefterday it was ordered in the
"Trnate cf the United States, that Mr. Strong be
addeito the commitue appointed " to conlicter
, what pro-iifion will be proper for Congrefs to
make in the pfnt feflion, refpeeting hr rtata
excufedat Ws own deQre t his colleague bein5?TJtimnriiTrvt
' " " . r 1 r 1 . 1 . ! .....
cn the committee. :, r. , ,.
Etra2 of a letter from Princeton, April 16.
. " Nev.r was there a more truly difagreeaSle
. and untoward tyring than the prefent fcarcely a
. blade of gral's to be yet feen in tlte fields j and
nwtning but florm i.Il the earth is glutted.
"What mort iflliis u? is the appro.icliitig return
of the ftud nts from their late vacation. In con
, fequence of tlie fcVere (rofts, &c we fhall have
. no butter to give, them, (0 that the college will
. be under th? necelRty of recurring in earned to
,dry luilks of philofophy and flaleicraps of logic
God's will he done A Larned man belonging
createlt of misfortunes : and without vou w.
,"fh jdd have been for a Jong time deflitote of re 1
pairing our IoITjb yoor trade is at once effenrU
tal, and our re:iteft confolation. Receive, then,
.in this addrefs, the moft gratefnl acknawlertge
Jments we can find words to exprefs. Recipro-
eal ftrvices will be the flrmcll and moft lifting
Oond of friendfhap.
We have been Informed, that an fmpofitioa
.has taken piacc in the admiralty-office, of de- ,
manding a greater duty .than, the ordinance fpeci-'
f.sj. 7VVe CuU immediately take the moft ffec
tual rntafures to nut the matter on a iuft foot- r
log j, and u-jon everv occafion yau may tlwayi -
to the coll.RC, fivj, an eclipfe is the reafon of all
this. .p "lemoit particular attention from the e
Iitratt of a letter from Kingfton, Jamaica, .,tisni of this ifland, wKo well know haw to ef-
April 5. . t ,timte the honour and worth nf the pecp!e of
" A private letter from Carthagent mentiona, ,'he United Sjitej.- We are, with every fenti
that the Spaniards are . txtremtly jealous of any tnent of theVwft Ancer frirnnrtiip, - - -
vho canies their food is' ti6t to fpcafto 'commence, the lady walked out of the
"As Colonel Fullerton w'as walking
ahaut the flreets of Piera, that corner of
Conftantinople, or rather a neighbour
ing town, where chriAians and other
itrangers chcifly rcfide, he faw a boy dri
church, j the gentleman with much ap
parent eagernefs, followed her, and in
treated her to return and make him
happy, to which at length fhe confented.
When again in the cnurch, and at the
altar, the intended bridegroom made a
vfng a few fheep with horns painted with moft obfequious bow, willed het a good
y,oici. un enquiry, he found they were day, and left her.
fometrf the (hecp ihat "remained "after
the great annual charitable feaft of the "
Hiram, iiT which thev had been defti-
t ed. He purchafed thtm at a very
dear rate. A good ram cod five . 'gui
nea. It has been cuftomary from the
carlieft time for the Tartarian and In
dian tribes to gild the horn, of both
their fheen an 1 cattle oh certain Merri
nhies. It is fomewhatof this, perhaps,
thar U at the bottom of ancient ft otic
Concerning the golden fleece, that exci
ted the entcrprie of Argnnatm. -
A rccollct of Chalon in Vrance, a few
v eek fince, found means to make him
felf niafter of a very conficrahle portion
cf the trenfure of the convent of that
town, with which he is faid to have ta
ken (hipping for feme part of America,
" vndcr the aflumed character of a miffio
rijry for propagating the clrilUan reli
. The kirg of Spain's proclamation of
the 2 5 ;li of laft month, denounces ven
geance on all thofe who dare to bring
within hi territories a printed paper !
Moft of the Princes of Europe would
be juft at oppredive, provided their fub
jetfs would permit them !
According to the miniftci ial mode of
reckoning, the more friends we have by
alliances and the longer we arc at peace,
the more neccflity we have for an in
crease of the a'my : If fo, it mull be
the genera! wifli to h ive Ids friends, a
by that means we lhould have lef fyl
dicrs and lefs Vaxes.
, , Tlte emperor's cdul in favour of the
Hungarians, takei place the firft of May
next, and they have fummoncd hII their
national alTembly to irrwr on that day
for the parpofe. V -"'" ; '
, It is fuprWed that the mretW of the
Diet, which was fixed fpr th'e Pth, would
, awivtf iirii rai,9 tt (III, T'llf V'iA
The following fmgular ci'fnmilance he put off to the iSth, and that the finl
baving occafioncd much converfatioa
ve give it to our readers npon the vera
city of the cvach proprietor, p; njeri,
co ichnian, fcc.On Saturday moniing,
laft a mare hclnnging to Mr. fleck, of
Chipping Norton, coming with the old
Jiirrr.inpham coach from Oxford to
Chapel hottfc, about a mile fmm thelat
tcr plarc, loft one hind font, v htt h came
ofi at the cofTm joint j id aWt h.df a
milefiirthcrtheftheriind for' cameofT at
the fame i't 1 ntwitftanuing this fo
r . ft 11 I . .
prcat as her iptrti.tiiaj: ute travelled to
delivered her Wi
o-tcctot ue liberation wouia ie to re
'gulate the fuccf ftiou to th throne. A
very ftrong party arc in favour of the
tlcflor tif fanny, fotefcring the d.in-
Yr en ' f thf ft.?r s :i?Tl,eachmnn
1 the hot
grroiM conkquencrx rl placm r
crfvn on the head of a native l;!e.
The national aircnihly hive alxlilheJ
all Epifcop.icv, and cTu'ucd tlscal
lowar.rei of the clergy from the Lord
knows how much, to one fifty pounds
The ladici of this co'intry have a.opt
e.1 what U r'led th?Bstit bosmrt,
which, wi.h tluir cVa'ni!;, t;ivc one a.)
dea of chami anJ tnk icm.iit.
foreigr vtffd, Opoij any account whAtcver, en
. tering that port, as well as ethers upon the ;pa
,'nifh main. That tlie government fcems to be
k exceedingly agitated, not onlyjpni iMcrnal con- .
vVulftons, but the difpat-chis .from old Spain,
. which breathe nothing but vengeance upon any ;
who (lull attempt to propagate the French ideas
of liberty, Ice- in their American empire. The
llritifh frigate Amphion lately attempttd to get
.Into that port, but wai pcrcinptmijy ordered
awty, wit!ut the leaft ccrimony or .regard to
, htt errand. It isctrfain. tliat both Indians and
Creoles are very troublcfome in fonie pa'ts of the
, interior country, and that , the government has
ordered many tortiflcations tu be demolimcd for
tear the ir.furgenU fhould get poireffiou of them.
If 1 may haiard an opinion, Squth America (at
wtll is Mexico and its dupendentiti) will as na
turally by her own weight fall cTT from Spiin In
xhalf a eeotury, as the Vriud States did Iro n
- Crcjt. Brisain, and pcffibly wh1l1?n("vTbiehce.-
Ambition i natural to all mankind, which, at
,wllas ihediflance of thtir eonn tlion, the im
"potency of Old Spain, in difunion with France,
and the intrigues of the cletgy, willfuun pave the
way to a complete Independence."
Fxtraft cf a letter from Boftori, April ,
When it is cnfideied that C. npr.f, havf a
new path to ftrtke out in all their meafures
t.?ve t9 reconcile vatious and contending inte-
r.i to terulate the concerns of a nation to
ficuie puHic faith, and to choofc frmn a variety
of pmpofuiens thefe that fhall belt fur fcrve the
lu?erelt, not of a finglc rt'e. or the Irade of a
fingle Aate (ii Va been frlmhly fygytted th:y
ouftbt) but of the great whole j w.ien agentrmt .
jhjMic thus contemplates, though they may wifh
gteatrr difpateh, they eirinot reafonahly eaprt
V. 1 hofe who fuggcrt that Congrtfi do not lie -im.re
t' arf fuur hours in a day, Ac. m,ke unfair
fug eftior.s. It i a rule of the hnuf. t'iat durini;
be hours of f fTion, ail the niemtxrs fhaP be
pitftnt. Thrcfortthcommiecs bare no time,'
t fit, tditerate upon, and prepare the bjlls, re .
frivf, ttc. commitnid to them, but in the hour
tre and aft'f the fitting of the houfe , If the
jHople wifh thit their r prefentatlves fhotnd art
vlth riifptchjihe hod niole to p.-o txrte it woitlt
be tn Hop troubling ihem with the 'innnmmltle
p-ivxe pclitinnt, mcm wials, fce. v'hieh cnnfU
nually are ar c.1 eg ihur aiuni.on fiom the pub
' On the iit nf February, at fevrfl tn tha
frrniny, a r!ntndpj fire Ifvkt0iit ar Point -I'urr.in
Cuifli'oU, and vj not , xtinru fh d
tiil ritinii'i'. There were 15 tap 'al huldlngl
roiiluimd. brfulct a number m f nailer r.e
the h 1. lof, tl'i.iu id at da millions of liWtt,
Vte nrr Hppy to add that a number of vtff.fi
cVfiv;ms to t'1 Cr.ited States ert lyinr in
bath ur, t";t nn'Kn and crti f hiclnx-
etied tbenif'lvrs in the m-ft I gnal manner on
tNsrHfliell'nt feidi'Ai and tilt nfflfljlice t'.cy
lent Ttrieil foim .rar at t rti!e V m
) "r e the th-nk f the j uhlc, by a com
fi.itfrt irnm t-' citirrn if itie mn.
Ittrjft fit ifa 'tf'fr rfiltn r.tl ftl' 'f
li, riff tf 1. tr, itf-t'tjf f.a, iqo
Mr, Uwiwy icatt thi
Brife allies f Trance,
Your mnft humble and moHobedfent fervanti,
Lr MIS LI, PreCdeot.
CuntuMXN ana D'Etmar, Secreuriet..
HILAElLfHlA, AtRIL 21.
On Saturday right laft departed thif
life in the 85th year of hi age, Dr.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, of this
kcity. . His remains Will be enterred
this afrernoon at four o'clock in Chrift
Church burial ground
t are jewurea win ine jiuo-wnf jtnrt
accoun'tJ.JFrmMia,J-UJl illxefa f-
ir attending i'hyjician,
The ftor.e, with which he had beea .t
anli-Iled for feveral years, had for the ,
laft twelvemonths ccftifincd him.chiiflf
to his bed t and during the extreme i
p:t inful paroxyfms.hc wa obliged to take -j
dofes of laudanum to mitigate hijtor- j
turcs full, in the intervals of pain, he
not tonlf amufed himfdf with reading ,
tnd converfing cheei filly whh his fa
mily and a (ew friend?, who tifited him,
but was often etrj loyed in doing bufi
nefs rf a public as well asprirate na
ture, with various pcrfoni, who waited
cn l.im fr r that purpofet and in eTety"--inflance
cifplaycd, not oi ly that readU
nefs and difp-f.tin tf doirg good, which -was
the diltingui(l;ing chara'fteriftic of
his life, but -he fullcil and cleartft pof.
fcftion rf Lis ur.ct mniwi mental abill-
t ies: and not unfrequrntlf indulged hm.
felt in thofe Jem fi'F.fprit and enter.
t airing anecdotes which were the de- ;
light nf all w ho heard him. . j
About fixtecn day before his death, .
he was fcixsd vidi afcvcridi indifpofiti- -on,
without any particularfymptorm at tending
it till the third or fourth day,
when he complained cf a pain in his left :
breaft, which increafed till it became ct
tremely acute, attended with a covcrh
and laWiont bre.uhincr. During this
ftatc.Mhcn the feverity of hi$ pa;n( forr.t
timcs drew forth a groan of complaint,
he would observe ihat he was afraid
he did not bear thtm as he rught ac-kt.ovled-.edl.is
grateful A.nfe of the ma
ny blcftin.! he hd rercired from the
iLtvjnt of Die r- Sursjjie D-.ifg whn lui rilfc J him,