"liisTcxuh in the mischief be had dofle.T Thu be
, .rrwrtiri nf frr Ita rttrtiM'." nil hYinnrfthle malt ti
'KfhTpk lAucb Risible instead s of drl
''JiW on'., mortal combats "' bkwewothert;&
f- iu lxoptfi4"riselfrnd the moral and so
'cial rules, ftrfatcfi restrain the rest of Tthe com
ihsuhs, contumelies wrongs, "injuries ancT pai
been appointedby the' empertrhjU mfirisfersi
i?li?raJcl,UU! puwc opmionujnjini cn wnicn itiai restriction; net eloquent, because he .is Pictiipotentiary rague jl apvpunyw,.
wunoeaoiy ued. It . the amy annneTortujcj, or the . dignity, orjust Iceland truth ; iaruonne? set.outou the utn; jtt,wasueueveu
vhen he talks' of our c6A indifference to ur the
y;; JeitfersM praise a4 of Reinsure of the numerous
4 v, ' ndiviauaJs, hbldjjrtjj or exptclbg officeV, address.
, d to the Pftsident 'and treads of ,,derient! J
j -'. tu V fortunately for the tranquility xf the comniu
j', v- ;ity 4iid,lhekbappine8g'of families," no man of
been a head of dtDartment, for never before has
ST. 'V i' S "Jf ' .
adud been atudioualyr produced by the wanton
. coraniunicauou i ine aitacm upon ciuracicr
thr contain, iov the vry persiins affotied.
5 ;4 We grant that it ' ia very repfeliehsible aftd
f . 7" odious to msSte suc attacif in the dark aid it
' t itTcriminal to recttte a truth and act: upon se
) v' 'cret unproed accuiattoai. We think that eye
C,,-jjutUc eyarmtntug to the
' , writer, unless his accutiona are specific and he
o5Vrsttt support them, 4.Tbi oubt moic par
' :'tiiukrly to have been the case . vfoh Mr. Tay.
letter, containing nothing, bht undefined
'penoni opprobrium, wbich. ought' to injure no
rights,'? he J severe but wirhiti the bounds offuth
wheh talks of the influence ..'.of Eheland in
our pubHl affairs, ,hc falls off only in the rmptrr
tection ot language to pairn the meuncboly shame
in terms sufficiently imprcsilve. '
1 In a simple figure be hasf only given a light
JJttihinQtorfiUEslianusLb he has exhibited
our inlpolicy in ray tf light. : " , ' ,
He'haionly told truths. as to, 4he power and
influence of England in our public affairs,' which
all rational' men have felt by (heir firesides
which' honest men are asliarned 'to avow but
which every wise and discreet man who kne,w
and valued the "iniei vst, Bnd Kappiqess b ffet
America has long deplored ; and bich the fatal
policy of 1793 n vetted upoh us. with feiters so
masiy and strong, that nothiog but thet sword
could dissever them. 1
Wis impossible to overlook, in touching this
syuj5ct,,the etrres.pordtnce of Viw-j-wlvch a
lone establishes ah that Tutrtau all. concern
ing tho influence of England fa our public couft.
cils aad our national mcenjf f
Cut when Turreau u'ndertlltkSo inWrftre with
the freedom of the press, Tvihcrt hesattempts (o
overawe or intimidate our government, and im
pute to its administration the follies or even the
reasonings of the presses of the eountiy : Tur.
reau sinks the dignity of his cbaradier, and casts
V ' w
Mroinceft, the Anjcrfean ponsul
had been'preparine for, a trip ',to'Cnp,.Mi
in this use had it.teearried into cft't V
couanuanee " of the arnastico till the middle oil detained bimv 'Te ' Bssex, it 4K to be hi
August' .. " 'h -., :-;'.y .. will place;
. On the rth Julrl'the'emnerorof Arfstria was rospectall
wicn-iwo miiea ot rrajmc wnere ne yvm tar-
ry sonSe time. ; .,:;. --V, i; ; -S
Tfie French eroneroir on thl i2th July vis
ited all the fortifications of 'Madebur? iwliicl
Our trade in that quarter 0V a
I footing than- it. has hitherto W?
Uantajn Forter.' It i3 said.-seized k1Auu
Iter and tljirew her gans;overb6a:rd.iih(
Ieffcr to the vice Ktog, demaudine the un
is one of the strongest places iu Europe.v Ili(vdiate restoration of all the abips Umhad w
left Vittembyr at 3 iti the afternoon aud tak?n b.'prjvateera'OiVIeJuii order fork
reached ftessau in 5 hours, and reviewed" the !0l'Ii .proceed to hpstilities. Botlr EiM;!? 1
trooj)s at that ula
the morning, and
'u 'unnerstftua wnat.ne mensoy me uusion lo netnous tno' quite as rt ruiou he s i
:.- TifW-vdnitf and his; own 'televated path." chaiactt of himself, by emboiyingihose
Thu Commodore discovered no insuperable bar i ras and allowing that thf y are so firml
."-ietwwti himself and Taylor, rand tfiat which to be o' jvct's if pa nful rtflvcion io thee
Mr. Taylor, is notone of the greatest of.vnen, , a shade over the lustre of the chief of whom he
'but he ia atieast 'a$ ,rjchV well bred, intelligent . boasts to be the representative : when aflv.rta
r an A respectable Wt Secretary .of the vy ; to make the ravings and calumnies of the 'prints
P- iod if tbe latter doesnot claim 4 superiority of hired by EnglanJ in ourctit-s, or the ndsr,
.tst over Commodore. Barney also, we do not and fjllLs of o la is actuated by passions kss
unnerstftua wnat .tte mens ny me auusion to netnous tho' quite as rt ruiou he s nks the
iccis n na n;ui rtnvcion in th pt,-i(.bi
jf. relies between Jones acd Taylor is not. very ap. hero of 'the age. What foil v, what childishness,
1 V parent to te common jpyjc, fur he was only the (could be more extravagent than this.
' ' vsptaia of a vessel Nor is it easier to conceive) But wha should we say to the weak '-'ock-
r . , wn&t ne means oy saying--.? as. every man ot neaus wnahave bt-ought t.us document to feev r
nonor ana common seme, ui my wiwwu wouia now win mey oiviue the auUivrfiy of iti evdcnct i.-om."lio:ger.
have done, Idecliaed the i Taylor's invitation" so as to shew I despatch or
1 hai our government has been subservient to
Fnnch influence Jla prevailed in our
ice. He left' Dessau '1(3 iu and ujencaiis are pleased at this attembTJ
was at Magdeburg, at which adjust a villainous'systeiu.pf piracyeven i
aic cuuiuupuu me lurce utvisious uiiuer"5en "UI1,;u tc uavjc uuen seixeu in, Jrort (;oj,
Vaudakime. v ;, , . ; . ception by theXkha privatbor, aad an Ainei
1 " Straeburg, Jajy 3 i can ship' front this place, called tlie BarisjJ,
The . troons whieh have passed to 3Ienti' of Baltimore, has bceo carried into Lima
through this place in (he' course of the past condemned. X-? VfS ; -
.'eek are isunieroHs. Battalions" of iufaptry v" GeneraJ Blerho has had every sueg
and'cavalry in the best order, ad-: a great bo- Peru U jolqwI decidedly follie cause of liberty
dy ofartilfcry. All these'trbops are wiUi their iSdBelgriino 'is j
full complements. ' ; .. .through tlcdeaerti
- - UOPEN
Day before yesterday, tlie
merieau armed vessel the
through the city, with musia and thyjir flajcs sege ot Monte ru!iro, have tissiimed.Jhe elJer
uspiayea, ceieorating their lnaepefrucnce, aud commana, ana are,.it;.'iu organizing a Iv
Loxdo , Jnly 10. ' tlK-t ofBiicmos Ayres, and establish aaotlier ia.
. ye have news again of commodore ftodgcrs, dependcut staiconnccted with tho other
and we hope that the President will share tlto vinees and slates Girder a Gen'eraJ head." j j
fate of the Chesapeake, Com. Rodgers. w as Extract letter, (fated 'y28.--T;i-
upon the coast of Xorway. He took in w ater " The mortars have 'arrived at Colooia, an4
at Bergen, --and left that" place with intention we htar. that good will hiid been 'restored Je
to capture some Knglisli vessels from Greenland, twecn the trooiis, &c. on bro ether sid rf theri
Ave aivurtold an English ship of the line auda ver that tho siege of Monte Video is nowftk
frigate aty npon that station. lowing up with gi-eat vigor. " . -7
Two frigates passed Yarmouth yesterday 5
it was supposed jn pursuit of the' American
hag Ejjjuiv ? . ' nft,iaic anaLcaveiuru; ana wui no anht. i
seamen of;t.he X inereife4f
.Xeptone passed . . Afigafliiid ! ttoide9,'''-1hVwfi4e'ili
' On the coutrafy, ii mustje .conceded, that he
had voluntarily . and Teprenensibly placed 'him-
y 'self tn situation which left mm uo fair, aljtr
niatike, but that hich ; he avoided. H knowr-
j A -coune between the two others ; and why would
h ; .',e excropHiimself 60
m ". subject ion to the fame
' -military purgation to' which he had devoted
them ? He. appears' io have entertaiued "the
CAPTAIN BROKB, COlMANDING
..; THE SHANNON.
" Huh fa,v fth June. 4 i a.
I have thc.honor to.inforni vou. that hpinc which empties itsclfiinto the river about an io.i
: on the firsl v.f (hrs mnh near (he Jit-ht house Tit3 north oflhe upper settlement of that vil.
' From a Fludaoir prtpet.
A MOST; DA RING ATltOCITr. ,
On Saturday afternoon last, the body ofM?s
SALtr Hamilton, the daughter of Stfmoel
Hamilton. Esq. of Athens Teh the ounosite baofc
of the .North "river) -was' found in the creek.
Vr 00 ne other band, if theV will take the , ot Boston.lliad the nleasure to m tlit (ho lase. The ei'.eu instances attfndinh lnr;..
whole of the record, and admit that Turreau , United -States frigate Chesapeake, which w e 1 wl-ioh produced this y wing ladys death
speaksthe whole truth j had been watching for a longtime, was coming ttre niost agoni7.mg:'anda'ch''as at once
How will they justify the 'Btitith .eWernmnr. t from nort.ro give battle to the Shannnn. I evince a most wretched do terioi-.it inn in tU
if it be true, an Turreau sau. thaf- (he irover nm,nt Placed mvself betwcf.n (' Hm Ann and flrinii morals af fior,;tv: TIip fnot
; t Sams fallacious ttptnian of hts immunity, as the iarfw to Enf,!:md, aud bore the faults of-Cod, and made sail n 'rwafdsso as to' facili- hle to collect them are as follows :
. . -iini.;tuiul.,w "Vv,-." -.5 w ujMimcc unexamjueatn extent and ttlt nercmuig up with us. i he. eneniv bore "n u euncsuay evening last, about 8 o'clock
V)LA.int,t md limilVil Inlitmi tn tUA fatal kl.f I ' I .1 . , ..... ... . J " T TT ... . . ? .
tMvu upon us in a uriiiiant style, having three i-iss Hamilton lert the house or her sister ii
Nay how will they answer to the fact, that ) American flags Hying ; and iu nearing as low- the lower settlement of (he village of Ailiens
me general interest ot nations are involved m the
thought,' was limited to blowing the. fatal blast,
V .4torcarag aroo,ygother
), f,r, The Secretary also prjds himself npan'the
r lidtvs'iofiBaltitbo-'hvTng declined . pub-
ou(t It would be yeVy happy circumstance
; i'Vfoirthfc nttemen orihe court, if the -state oi
tte"'pr"ey wail evtrjrWhere as loyal and enslaved
as Mi alrirer ;T6eh we mipil contTnue to
fx e be gr.set calJinny ot Mr. b'one, the N.
nCiiwaWrtor,' or f any' other obhowous but
& honest' Jnan advertised by. the week in the 'Court
(Jtji'VhilstTeth .paper "would be shut
tPiTJ.9 " to' the
f teftafibkhe, appears to apply to ihe
uederal ''Kepublicaail is we confess, a grievance
Vf;; 4ttjuS uroidable, hat rublic journals in fulfil
v 'ti '-fiafnt :ofjheir utyTand in cbnsofitfnce with their
: " eud, areyeySef!n soiled wuh the actions of bad
y men'jn power,' who however, alone are to Be
bodeoinec. - Are-, we lo be blipcd for this I
tut instead of th caqse'pf oflcr.ee being" dimin;
bedl,'f.dUo" 'xtfcev its aggraya.
tioQ.tul a caiigt;af adminisbatioit shull relieve
. r i ., -vtimiti .ihc iimiui-iii,c u citiciiic-iiii utiaiiuii uiniiK. ihki-ii 4. uri ACK. iwn n u nioh hail n i i' .
f i J ' ' ' ' ' ' t I .....v. uuu ! 111 xi UUCCi
ilr;' wch aMper could have roatT?1ts -appearance in She bro't in 60,000 doJls. iusbecie. taken nut 1v
Si W ' . ivun.i .ii. v unc ui iici iri Acs -iiic or m IllCll U'lls n rwh t, i
i i? " We 16"W' t this1 naci and fcnr.tffmnla tiK hnmwnul hnnml rliimitl ,.a,.iUn,. Ann .11 " 1,1
' Ovtr'coiiiinVisTiom tht; daily historj of the present.
i . ... ii;.,: ii. .1.1: 1
,JCUriUIIWiWI -MS, IfC avc UUIIgCU
"vOvr paper with hispreSROt production,
i thereby shuie tha unmaniterly slang,
" v idr dertvafur :;undoy tjtdJy descends to :
ip.nia aiKju.iws ovciiircOjUciHi)- irace
Uproar of its mote and disordeily prbce
: , Political
quesiion of the "existing war, and thatin' fact,
unoer. several democrats, a always presents th
-The armed neutrality of 1703 ; or
. The treaty of Utrecht of 123 ; or 1
cred his royals. I kent the .Shannon i1n tn w hero she had bfeen visitiucr. to return in hn
the wind, hopinghat the wind would lull. At father's house in the upper settlement (the tm
half past fve, the enemy hugged (he wind, and settlements are towards half a niihi a part ae,
catne within hail of our starboard side. The eompanied by s6veral of her acquaintances,
anion (hen commenced. tlt'tvin slu'i'm cfcorlr, On reacBinir the imiifr pfImint..nAt nt !
JudecrrJp company stopped at a store to make some pur
rj- - u - - 'TJ " v - .. vvubk -
tow or three broadsides thccnejny fell on 'bpiril les, and on being dcird to go iu,sVe alsf
of us ; her mizzeir blocks entangling in our 'topped at the door, but e. tensed herself, urging
foro rigging. I weut on the forecastle to as- se had been from home all day aud ivaj
r-he-rrfghts of neuual natitBs ; r
Tbe contiirental system.
iJTiaer ati mese names the question is tbeame I !r- rigging. 1 weut on the forecastle to as- that she had been from home all dav
and how will the federal Gazettes and Cossack certain her situation t'amfWiW that .tA-l"'auii6ns to Te(ufnVhn'uii 'lift 'lii.M";f
Jounials, shew tht the intrrests of hee nations, my had abandoucl his guns, I gave orders to was precisely half past eight o'clock. Fna
and above all nations the . United States are not'Sl ready for boarding. Our brave fellows here she was accompanied by two elderly la
the true -questions of the wai t ' chosen to execnte This orderj vith their ' of- and when she prted from them was witi
ft appears, after ail, that this paper was never ' ficers, precipitated (heinselves on the- deck of !1 20 r& of lief father's house : after sJrtnar
received by our frovernmcnt, though it is verv. the -enemv, dk-ivint; evcrv 4 hinr hefow fWm t Uh led from thtae ladies. .ito' nocitiv 'mmmt-nt
. ' i m , - v "'u' ll Jl t 7 . . wik w vum
cviiK-m u musi n3ve been utieted ; it was cet
tainly a prudent act to prohibit such a pane
liom record on the hies of our department of " The fire
fit Ate fnn if ti1,.l,l 1 . b. ft s s .i ... I. a.
"'v wwiiw a ptr 'etui iiDt i-ana ine-" ions; our in me ST)ae
ge- iuip, cnntHf.K.p' ri):i!vtr. the cuemv were driven "u-irt hmwl noon (hat ..her nWnop.uit i;Awf, !
all their statieus. The enemy's flag was struck, her sister at whose hotis.eshe had been the pra-
ottcted ; it was cet- rretsT;i!le con rate. 1 lie oncinv fnn.-ht Je. ner Canbe traced : nl hnna-h tho 9n m,1t ahm
;r pcrately, but in disorder. - 'had foValk. toreneh herlatker's loue, iinear
m'tinued on her spar deck, and v as thickly settled as any part of the eify in
lit "in the space of two minutes Hudson: nnd it was not uutil the next after-
have To lament (he loss of many brave i ceding day visited her father's, aud both war-
n,10 . i 'ny n ew, wno iu. d gloriously. "cs musing the lavpunte ! the' famik, mutu
iT.-r" Arrive, lptf.r nf .i-!. , . 31-v brtt hrst Lient. Mr. Vatts, was kill- inquiries for her were aiade, whieh on
ma nave r - i...., t. nt . innmunt u .nj , . -iiw.nJr. u.An , . n.j
Jor KattiiVHiM. r sua m,o:. .k,.., o..-i , . .. . jiii. uu ".s v ciuoiS. i.eMiiiuu u
!w rmen36 days from Nantz Tia fll,i.e r nag.- 3iy garter Master, Mr. Aldhan, who "p ressing . iceh-irciss?ruLiit embraced by iba
n.'i A Un HStl Shin Ul(h flair liid nr at nK , -w... .v. uviviavuiiivui, Mil- 1 - 3 'l "V rtltt Ul n as IBHiailUI'' K V
3f. made lor her iu evcrv direcfiot.
Clerk, MrDuron, was killed by his side, I without efTeet. " . .
r,s.... "-o " Maviiisr mvself ree- veil a snl, ...A...i T ;(. nn v inttU .n.n ,
J IV11T31 3..
Yankee, Hailey, had ar. at L'Orient, i'rom a
craise, during which she tookT prizes, several
the-begjnning of the action wlifn chapging a that in any vwa
party of the enemy collected on the forecastle, )Vtt8 that betw(
1 couJd do no more (ban give orders un(il I w as , mS 1,1 'hieh s
iUqt in stats; APiR.-the following of which had ar; in" France.
assured that victory was complete
ay tended to elucidate her tale, '
ecn 8 and d o'clock of the even
he disappeared, a woman whi
T than , was iu the haek nnrt fifths 1oiib( nt th onno-
pperbds made' its -first appearance' in"a print The privateer ichr. Leo, of BaUimbre from V -vj 7, VKMl1' 3ln a,lace' to takej'te corner of the street to thatwlwch she bad
owUedHbrederal'ReputUcrn of Gtbrgetownlacruise, had also nr. at L'Orient She hd tn?- omuand oi the Shannon, and to secure the ; o turn to go to her Gather's, cams into the front
...il . r.Li..fl, i" -u. r.. t.i . . ' . . . . . . " . ttu prisoners. nnrt nf tlir Im.ian. ! ti,-:m.A ei
- ii - ...w v. ) k . u.ivt luuuiicu niiu nviit's
' 1 he enemy had about 70 killed, and about mtion,if.the-f '""had not just then heard th
loss amounts to 24 killed, iiwliut
cis, seaaien auu manners." . "oppeu. LMi
character with a jttdgnitol very different ly affecl liars, whieh she took by boarding, ad was cou
ed, and in 'mihy tespects frorj bonr'ttte' elaweslvoying htr to France, when she fell in with a
;ct pouuciuus who haye already ahimadvericd on sloop of war, which recaptured ' her,
l. "l ',.. Ipfivateer s men tried to sacriiiee the nrivateer.
Fjiankfoht, July 14,.
opped. liis comer oi the street is within ft
stone's ihrtfu of the waWr "sifle,"and .turning
We see tn it .apt -er conceived V-a-wwu of hrike lafnitr of their Hu
n a mi . -j ..,.! ... -
. ,ine nuntuer ot troop,' which continue to nass'hich, from the streetlhe was last nar(e
lie is incredible. Yesterday so mueb inftitrx. t,nA ;with in. to tro to har faihfwCA Ii-hap. l wouii
of thb tluoeii ot the Tuticn ih vHWcb be wspb suit of the ship,
ttwu, him fis Hiujuii a'i'iieq tvun.me oniure oi
, ini goxeiu.r.it;Di orijie Tgeuogs oi ine American
people, is he otrgtit to have een, aud therr fort
. pluVigiiit; int-j sever) ross O'rors aidabsvrdities ;
btt at th iit time soui.d and si-liJ on 'the .great
por'i, wicii areinvori? In the quesiiohaVhich
.Injact art tin foundatiohi of tle war cf the last
20. yeans ; enrf hirll h; Vc u. en growing in'o im
prtrrance pnd cfTsctiug the destiny of civilized na
.' tiooif fro the. peace: ot Aik Ia Chapelle to the
1 picsentday. ' . ' '. u.'!'V ' . . .'L1
Ou th rt pnir.ts, whieh rrlate to the' glsherwl
intci'tsU of nations, TtojiaiBu ..if sustained by the
int;rits of .fil jMio;s Uiii re toncertied. t in
" tftv't cidltgitd and unnaturally ; restrained com
m fret. ':,; -.--A.
Oa tHoti points wbidv -refsr to the policy of
On? kUnCnr fav,ry rived a U" crowd aU the city and vil- leve e road that led direct to the creek he-
nixanJeot'rAlhd, ve mnest in"' thV;dischar'ge.!war tooknonotlee.orthena. 'and went iunur 8" """ .youd the village.' About 9 o'clock also, or ft
; , j liAyiA, July lor , "ine alter, the ends of a female in distre
Durias the ArmtsUce ' between RntLi nml convoy ot artillery from Turin hetfrd by the people at house about
prance, .Bonaparte was augmentin? his armv T 'S dAy f1"1 lU Pceed to Verona irPds heyond the efcek ; thv were hoard twie?
FvArir. nmi.li. " 4 (U ..Li.L liri on e morrow, where, it .will unite w;l, -n or thrire vcrvdistinofUcnnA ft..ri-nrd rathe
longed a month longer, it was said he' would F f , r iDei7 ofthe army of observa-famt,"5 hut ' iyagltiing that they must he de
have the largest army, hv the timeof its exoir,!l2!li! ' ' jceived, and that it was .the-noise of the boys in
ation, that he had ever collected
Hi; own ccTjnvryj be u;rfortdniely spralcs uuths'
' w'iV i;anVt-be envied or repli ed viw whicTi
huvel titrorigm irTlbe. fatal pMicr which sac.
; ' ce 'ii .the tria'Uibr of ibe:olu:.Km,.jhe.abowi-.
4 hibi ita.muiun ei the SiUislf systemf goysrn-
lt was the general opinion1 iti France, that M
American Intel licence: 4
1 i. .
rt'xT- !" " v.i:iu
rbe SabiuQ has been-
snips ai war tn the possagi
iueuA ui wiut cae.
chased by 3 different l.in: .t,'e,n.,i .fA vi:
- ., , ... .7vui iiuui .ii nit-it auoui jui- leagues
.g.S defWpediVpmrhigher up the river is Conception, Thc'S
ipia.ee surrendered after an obstinate resistaneeL
the iU, ai'kr havinir rev iWd 'V:."7 " .-vpcou ouicer, a eol.
the villagerthey thought but little of it uhtJ
the next day when the absence of Miss II wea
ascertained: blood w as found upon the tunlser
of the bridge that crises the creek, w here two
of -the planks were missing.; The creek ,wus
how searched, but all to no nuruose ; and m
this state, of painful inccrtitude,Alhe search was
renewod on Saturday j the third day nof her ab
sence, when the body was found about -hell' &
mile up the creek beyond the, bridge, nearly u
far as a' boat roulfl b. nushed. The body wa
afterwards, placed in ThTehargeof a juryjuin-
moned for thq purpose (on 'Wbjeh veniaw o
bhysirjaus) who conveyed it to- her father's
nouse iand after an examination f evidence,
Stc. theV were unauiinouslv of the opinion that
tlje young ladhad been wilfully mUrdered
some ycrsoiv ot jerxsis imkrtotcn VFrom tfcv