RAtEIGH, 5(i C,-
"qP'-WMUb ;) ADgANJh
FRIDAY, JUNE 1:1, 1813.
No. 897 v
yen. :Mpraml, with 3500 men had marched Maine C One of Wittgenstein's corps, under Gen.
from Totedt to Luneburg. My ( Coisacks fol- Beckcndorf, . 3S entered Lubeck. Other cbrps
loiverl hs movernentsi and I gate information of, kre on i be Elbe,' near Bojizenbcrg. ,
them to general Hornburg, who, .in xonjiinction Part of, TchUchagoffs army is near Thorn,
with Gen. Tschernichoff's corps had parsed thei whilst another pari is employed under PUtoff in
' . , Ntwjff it, R, : I. May 23.
LATEST FROM ENCt AND. V
Arrived a; this port this morning,: brig IjfcirZil
l-ih, capt-in rtodffkinsonja daysfrpmxliverpof!,
in.biUaii Left there, brig Hollin of Phtladelphva,
It cartel j brig lexandii Pigot, for Boston in ten
lys ; and Pocahontas, Sherbune for do., in three
(Jays, both with cargoes, of goods. . i
i M ay . d, off the Western islands, fell to wi b
.three British' merchantmen from the West Indies
for Liverpool, who put on board csot. Cam mate
tiftd two seamen of thi schfr Miranda, of Warien
fttm Kennebqhk for Idtatanket, which they had
Japturtd- A..- v . . ' s .
. May t3, lal J,!-9poke sltfp Hope, of 0ahWoreY
Vom Charleston for Lisbon, f? dnys out. On
lliuisday last, onVianlucket Shoal, was boarded
By the privateer Yankee, irhoucsout from this
port, the Blockade in co List evening, off the en
trance of pur harhor, "was boarded by the Orpheus,
irig'e and permitted to proceed. -
Capt. Hodkinson has politely favored the "e'li
tovs of the Mercury with Londoq papers to April
j!o. Liverpool to April 32 (U iy fatit) and
JLloyd's list to April 20, from h.ch they have
extracted every article of consequence.
'I be expedition for America," with aOOO.marines
tloe at Lentzen.. lhe- tw.o pentral ad vmedd
by forced maicheato Luneburg, and arrived tKrc
just, as my Cossacks were engaged with the-ene-my.
The gates were" forced with the bayortet,
and a sanguinary conflict ensued in the, streets
of tho t jwn The victory wan soon decided in
our"avour ; all who were not killed or already
hnade nrUoners, laid don their arms. Nnt a
sif.gle one escaped of the whole corp Three
pair of colors, and 12 pieces of cann , fell into our
hands," - k ' ,.
' ' . st. fiTBRSBuafr, March 2.
Aajuiantuen. tumn vvinzineerooe reports
from Kmistch, Tinker date Uth T'ebruary, as fol
lows, to Prince Kntousoff Smolensko : " With
the army confided tome, 1 came up with General
Kegmer, at Kalitsch, m the cTtning of the 13tb
inst. The enemy directed movements upon the
ciiy, to form a junction with from 3 to 4000 Poles,
ho had, 1 5 pieces of cannon with them, and found
themselves at 'the very instant attacked by the Uui-
the siege of Dantzic.
Parcof , WinziBgerode's army is nea? Custnn
and Lansbrrg. Another partoccupies the old
towr o Dresden, whilst another corps passed the
Elbe at Schadah, oturn ,Datottst,-r' '-' r '
About 100,000. Russian reinforcements are on
the .Vistula. , JV
The Prussian force is thus distributed.
G-'nerl Yorke is at Berlin with, the main army
D.t ichments have been sent to Hamburg and
llstrock, which are now occupied by Prussian
corps. Another Prussian dcUehnvint has irvves- j
ted Stettin, which by the, latest accodms, was on
th.- point of surrendering. .; .. .,
A Swedish force is at Stral$und, and by the
commencement of the Campaign the Crown
Prince of Sweden will ave the command of 50,000
men. , . . ;
The Russian fprce with which the campaign
will open cantfbf be less than 220,000 men The
Prussian 70,00flv Swedish and Pomeranian 50,
fry and 'England had been entirely suspended by
4n order from the British government. The fol
lowing article on' this subject is from the London
Statesman of April 12th j Saturday the Ameri
(an Consul was informed by government that no
more cartels would be permitted to leave this coun
try lor the United States until further orders ; and
trc learn that in consequence of this determine
tj&o, a vessel which was on the point of sailing
with passengers-and prisoners has been stapped.
his departure trom tne lenient system upon
Which ministers have6 hitherto acted, is said to
?to have been occtstoned by the receipt of intelli 1
gence trom bir J. a. Wai ren, that the exchange
t of British subjects naturalised in the Vnited
,'l.ates had been peremptorily demanded by the
j American government, under a menace oi detain,
i&g all the Britiah prisonera that miglit ' fall into
their hands. To this demand Sjr J. B. Warren
returned a prompt refusal."
Petitions bad been presented to Parliament from
flfce Cotton manufactories of Liverpool t' from the
lMercha,nts of Liverpool engaged in thf commerce
,f Brazil : and from the ship owners of Liverpool,
praying for some prohibitory measures against
the importation of Cot ion from this country.
The following is a copy of the commercial re
gulation respecting licence to America, issued
by the British government on the 10th of pril :
Licences wille granted hy the Boaid of Trade,
$r itx portotiori i and importation of all articles to
and from any port in America not blockaded, in
JKentral ships obly, and of the build of the counry
to which thpy'are declared to belong. The name
and tonnage of the ahip to be mentioned in taking
.put the license." . ,
The Russian Getl. Wittgensfera, lias addressed
spirited Proclamation to the Saxons, in which
Jic invites them and their 3ov rticn to shew
themselves Ifue Get ans.He says the hour
sian troops wuh their charactertitic ardor. The,000.A grand total of 340.000 men.
result. ot this attack is. the more honorable to the! To this must be added the force which Hano
reputation of his majesty's arms, as the enemy's j ver, and Hesse, and Brunswick, and. the Jlanse
inlantry.who were in superior force, made a brave (Tbftns, and perhaps Saxony, may furnish.
I.. - AtT. 2A. - ' i- ,.
The Crown Prince of Sweden is reported td
.....v.w. mjt auvauccu Kuarci is pur snaj, 600n 8ee om
ouiuginc enemy, wno retreats upon tiacenowo and
on board, sailed from Ply mouth about the' 1 5th or j and cbs inate rjtsistance. Two Saxon s-andards,
tAP" ' , pieces of cannon, the Saxon .general Rostitz, 5'
Thc exchange of prison ersJbet ween this cow . icoUmtls, 36 officers, and 2000 privates, were the'
; ,i'v-;.:.: IN SENATE. r ' t;
' Two petitions of .a private nature Were pfese
ted' and ircferrtd7r;';;v J:""
;.Mr. Smith oi Md. gave notice that' f oh to;roo,
rovflie shouft ask for leave to rinjj: - ifi bill
" HOUSE o REPRESENTATIVES;.-; ,
- Several petitions of a private nature -were , pf$i'
senied and referred.? .7 ' ,. , '
- STENOGRAPHERS. - i -.
Mr. Croawror . presented the . petition cf
George Richards, eta'Uitg, 'thatJiehatf iVinf!!'
the last session reported the pipceedings of the, .
Hus? for the Federal Repubricn": newspaper
and that on application at the present session tot
the tike' privilege,he had been exthjded -ty? --ithy
decision of thet hon Speaker ; and praying ,io be
admitted as heretofore for the purpose of reporV
ting debates- '. "
Mr. Grontrcr jnoved to Irefc
a select com hrrtttee. ;v.4;'r
Mr. Grundy retaarked' that this was one Of
those questions which there .wsa no occasidnVo
refer to a committee; as the house were as well
'qualified to decide on it as any committee could
infantry, having made forced
marches for four successive days, will require one
to two day's rest.
: 'ATotf Imfiorhnt Intelligence
Capt. Muller, a Hanoverian officer arrived yes
tcrday .wiih dispatches for " codnt-JVIunsier'and
who also brought accounts to government from
Heligoland, which island he left on the S:h inst.
The following ststement was soon afterwarda cir
" Government has received accounts from Heli
goland, stating on the authority of Hamburg news-
of 60,000 men, aud the scene, of its operations
will probably be where Bonaparte will command
We have letters rom Minorca of the 7th of
last month, confirming the account we conflmu-fticated-tn-SatUp4ay-of
dwturbanoes having bro
ken out jo 'the bouth of France. The following
is an extract from nne of them.
MiN-.ft.cA March 7,
Most of our advLt'9 from France conCJdf in
atating, that very great dissatisfaction exists there
narw.r that on 4.i.un ...mfBnnn : ri JK"ist meir preseni ruier. ommwions uave
hynia had ioined the RuSsi.n i, Vnrib"n ry general in the Soufliern parts, there
and that Austria had sent 100.00,. mm tvuvA d8uIlscf. ,"l?h iie carefully concealed."
Mr. Groricnor urged the reference of thii-
mimnrial tn a yorTimiti. a the het mode nf :tS?
d in Pomerania, and - that we :ccrtaining whether other stenographers could hf
Of Bonaparte's most celebrated' rim;..ed An ,u flvir rnnist-ntlT with lhe cnn.'
Generals fighting against him The army which j veniencc 0f thc H0USef and a course which wotibi
the Crown Prince w.U command will be urrwatd be Derhans.-more decorous to the chair than .
ny other. -: - , '
Mr. Troufi suggested the propriety of referi irfgf
the memorial to a committee of the whole, lit
said the paper and the mode of its introduction
into the House were calculated directly or tndi
reclly to convey to the House and to the puUfor
The same authority states, that General Gre
nier had been defeated with great loss near Mag
deburgh. The movement made by Uavoust
upon Lunenburg, was a" consequence of that defeat."
The following private letter was n&lso
V Heligoland, Afrril g
ftERLtnf, April 3.
,Our newspapers contain the following adctress
tc the Oermans :
"While the victorious warriors of Russsia,
accompanied by thosf of his Majesty the King
of Pruii, his ally, appear in Germany, his Ma
jestv the' Emperor of Russia, arjd his Majesty
the King of Prussia, announce to the Princes and
nations of Germany, the return of liberty and in
f A letter has - reached us from H4T urffh, in ! dependence. lh"y only come with an intention
which it is stated, that the senator Kock had -of aiding them to reconquer these inalienable be
spoke to the prince of Mecklenburg, by whom ! fits 61 nations, and of affording powerful prol
he had been assured that - Austria was marching jtection and lasting security to the regefteration of
100 0)0 men into Garmany, and 80,000 inty Ita-! a vener ible empire.
ly Davoust had left iYlagdelmrgh with 5000 u Thase two armies, trusting in God, and full
men, and had reached Luneburgh, giving out that , of courage,' advance, h6pingnhat every German,
he was to be followed by 10,000 more- without distinction, will join them- .
"After the defeat and destruction of MorandV "The Confederation of the Rhine, that de
corps, general Dorenbergh and Czernichoff cetuui letter witn wnicn tne general tnsturoer
rcrossed the Elbe at Boitz-nburgh.
" ,jcn. Worand is not dead, but severely
wounded and a prisoner. The French under
St.Cyrare said to have retired to that part of
Bremen which is on the left of tbe Wc-ter ; they
have placed x boat with gunpowder under the
bridge, to blow it up if- necessary. A little
ftas struck the hour of delivery from Bonaparte's
Joke but let us take infant advantage of, for it
1Vill never strike a second time.''
The Russian Minis'erat tbe Court of Denmark.
Kas presented to his Danish Majesty aletter fromjsland in the middle of the Weser has been for
the Emperor of Russia, desiring to have an imme- tified.' i
ciate answer to the question, " Whether Den
tnark will act with Or against France ?" V
' Stralsund andTomerania have been taken pos.
fession of by a body of Swedish troops- A second
division of 10,000 Swedes sailed from Carlsham
on the 24th March for Pomerania. A third and
fourth division were to follow immediately, and
the Crown Prince would accompany the; foutth.
The king of Prussia has, by edict, abolished
Bonapurtt's Continental System. : He declares
.' that all restraints under Which commerce has
hitherto suffered in the Pruss:ans States, in con
sequence, of so-denominated Continental System,
kre abolished, and that the ships and goods nf all
friendly and neutral 'nations shall be freely admit
ted to enter into the Prussian harbors and territo.
ties, without any exception or difference. All
French goods,' either produce or manufactures.
re, nn ine contrary, loiauy prnnioueo, not only
jor use, but likewise to pass through pur terruo
fies, or those occupied by fiur armies, i
The lion Citoyenne arrived at Plymouth A
prill 7th, from St. iSdvador, with one million
sterling no oard.-j-SccIi' were the apprehensions
tnicihiintii i r ?tety, that policies had been un
JiMjuU4V4,loy4Vt0Uren . . ;
Lieut. Chadds, with the surtiving officers arid
Vrew of the late frigate Java Arrived .at Ports.
Jnoulh Aprtl 18th, from St. Solvadoi.
" ' London,, April 13.
rW ',; Downing Sieet?jfiril f$ ( "..
A dispatch, dated Heligoland, April T,' of which
the following is an extract, was last night receiv.
jd at Earl Bathurst's Office, addressed to his
Lordship by Lieut. Gov. Hamilton :
Extract of a letter f rom General the Aaron Tet
terhrn tq 'Major Kcnaingctl dated Hamburg,
') hasten to announce to you the i'gnal mcory
nih our troops have gained upon the 2.' of Ar
Jri'i over the corps of gen Morand who bad pos
.jiigielf of t tbwo Qf Lunenburg
cy otner accounts irom ttamburcrri. it appears
that Austria" had determined on an alliance,
offensive- ,and defensive, -with Russiaunder
which the half of her disposable force was to be
employed, to wrest out of th hands of the French
her former possessions in Italy, and the remain
der to be engaged in immediate co-operation
with the armies of the emperor Alexander and
his allies. " , . "
The Hanseatic legion, including 1000 men
from Lubeck was 5000 strong ; the volunteers
were 8000 ; nd . the regulars, composedof Rus
sian troops, were 7000. The Prussians were al
so advancing to their assistance on the right bank
of the Elbe, in the -direction of Lauenbourc.'
Ore object of the mission, of the officer who i
arrived, is said to be a demand of the British gov
ernment for art immediate supply of arms and
clothing for the troops collecting &t Static and the
' apsil 18.
Nothing further, since what we gave on Fri
day, has been received Respecting the report of
Austria 'having takert a decisive, part against
I ranee. We anxiously watt the arrival of ano
bound Germany, after dismembering her, and
even obscuring her ancient name, can no longer j
straint and of foreign influence. It must be dis
, Their Majesties will only give protection while
the German princes and nations are -engaged in
completing the grand work.-
"Let France, who is beauteous and strong
through herself, occupy herself, in future, in pro
moting her internal welfare t No Foreign pow
erjntends disturbing it--no hostile powcr shall
bt sent against her rightful frontiers' But be it
known to France, that the other powers are so
jlicitous of conquering lasting tranquility for their
subjects; and that they will not lay down their
aims, until the foundation of the indep.ndeuce
of every Euiopean state has been established aud
In the name of their majesties the Emperor
of Russia and King of Prussia.
Prince KUTUSOFF SMOLENSK,
Field Marshal and Commander m Chief
. pf the Allied Armyi
" 'Head-quarters, Kalisch, 18th, " r . .
25thl March 1813.,
G0TTBNCCR3H, April J.
" My friends write roe from, Wismar, that all
the students of the university of Rostock have eri
rolled themselves to serve against the French, as
well as hundreds of young men in all the punci-
the report correct the die may be coosidered s
cast,, anu Ausmamay oe recKoaed unon as ma.
k'ng'common cause with Russia, Prussia. Great
Qritain ad Sweden, against France. It is proper
to add, however, that, his Majesty's Ministers
have hot received any official information ,upoh the
subject but merely thestatement contained in the
Hamburg papers, v I -
; ?"' RUSSIAN FORCES.
The Russian for is is divided4nto three large
Armies one under Yittgcnr'ein, h . second unIer
Tchitchav ff, t,d a third under Wiiizingerode ;
Kintis)ff cotr.mandiiig-the wlK.li.. ;
Wiiien-. tin a min force has ctesscd the Elbe,
ht "order to drivc.nhe French .force towards .the
Dalities of both Tvlechlenburnhs
" On Tluirsday Admiral Hope set off for Stock
ther Gottenourg- Mail,",; For ourselves -we Uiink holm in -orjer r0 F"1:"1 1 "rkishcimitarlo
bought from the very Mameluke who killed a
celebrated French Gneralin Egypt Weber by
order of .Bonaparte The Admiiil willhave also
conferences with the CrowffPrincercspecting the
present conduct of Denmark, as We are still left in
the dark concerning the policy which that country
means to embrace,.
Mecklenburgh, Prussian ajid othtr traoJS agams
Thetwr4f'tnc fromCobenhacen, that the
English continue to capture all the Danish vessels
with which they fall in- ;.. :rr--
" His Royal rltglmesTtne CrowPtince is ex
dcr to take the comrowidof.au army-of Swedisiaconsequence of the-recenUlteral.ons jn rW h
, . . ,r .-,.. , . tLB Ut hadheen arranced for but four v strenocra.
an intimation that the Speaker had acted v"tth.r
injustice in relation to the individual petitioning. v 4
It seemed proper, therefore, that the SpeakejjB
should have an opportunity ( of explaining th?
grounds on which lie had 'acted. , ;
Mr. If tight was indisposed to refer the psfc
ti'ion to any committee, for reasons which K$;l.
s'ated. ; ' : ' '-'" "' '
A very desultory debate ensued, Whicfe. occuV ' ,
pied, with little intermission the remainder "pjr
the day's sitting; of which we canyfor the pre
sent, at least, give little more than the names o?
the speakers and the general course of jprbcetfe
ding . ' "1V ' vu, ''
Mr. GrosvcnoP replied to Mr. Wright's o
jections to the character of te Federal Repubu-
can, which, he conceived, had no bearing on t bet
abstract question of the admission of another stcjf
nographer. 4 ? 2
Mr. Ilamon spoke at some length, with mucR c
warmth, and no little eloquence, in reprobatioo
of the opposition, set up to the admission uf-Mc? :
Richards, which he viewed as an attempt u$
abridge' the liberty of the press. r( y . '
Mr. Wrizht replied -with equal wafmlh tts
some remarks made by Mr. H. in allusion to hi 014
and. v- ' . . ' . " j - . . - -
MKdw rejoined. , 1;;
"Tljle quesuon wasjhen taken on referring tlA
petition to a committee ofr-the-whol hjoust, and -carried
by a Considerable majority. . .
It was made theorderlor W day In preference ,
to to morrow, the question an to morrofi. thjr ;
day proposed by Mr. Grosywior, having been 0454
gatived $0 to 74. t
Several other petitions from individuals wcjgf .
then presented and referred, among which were '
several petitions from the district of Columbia '
presented at the last session of Congress, but nqt
finally acted on- ' -y
Mr. Grundy presented the petition of WilHanV.
Kelly, contesting the legality of the election or
Thomas K. Harris, now a sitting, member fronjv
the state of-Tennessee; Referred to .tlje commi ?
tee of elections. -j -
The Speaker laid before the house a letter fror
the Commissioners of Pubhc Lands transmitting ;
the report of lhe Commissionrsr appointed for
the revision of claims to lands in the direct of
On motion of Mr. Efties, leave was givep t,-.t
the committee of Ways and means to sitdurin :.
the sittings of the House. ' '. - .
, On motion of Mr Robertson, . v .,
. tiewlved, That ''"the committee of CommerCP
and Manufactures be instructed to enquire .into
the "property of establishing a port of entry in th.-; ;
town of Mobile. " : ; "
The house then resumed ilhe question respec
ting stenographers and, ;
On motion of Mr GritncTjr, resolved into a com-'
mittee of :hewhole, Mf. N1t1.soM in the Chair, 0 " ,
the petition of George Richards this day preacib
ted and referred. : :: X T-i: ' -:;,Tv : . r ; 1
S Thfe petition having been again 'ead :
r Mr Orovenor m,oved the following rcso'u 'vion
" Resolved, That Qeorge Richards be admits -ted
oruhftjloor of this House as aSlrenograph
and that,the Speaker be requested to assign, bim ,
place thereih.H C .;; .' Xf'Sl'S. : i y': " '-: '"
Mr. ' Clny (Speaker) after observing that in lils i '
opirioh an importance had been given 6 this pctiX
tiba which did not Well comport with th5 dignity of .
thepouse, stated the ground on' which the petition? , ;
ef nomplained rwhtcn was siinpiy miainai m
kcats had been arranced for but
Jphefand tP tjjpse places Jtte ad atgped -ifie