Vi. 1771, It ii f-Ir to concldde, tkrtfrp, il.al
in the intervening lime between the date of thcr
fetter, tlut JunW dixuvcici) t lie nrcvimis mat
riugc cf ihe Duke la llic clergyman's daughter,
and the oITprinj cf that wantage It was idc
' rtiarnV'e of the Duke of Cumberland with Mrs.
i lor ton, sod the marriage, of the then o
Gloucester, to the beautiful daughter of cook
that occasioned the nWritire settlement ict be
' fore' mentioned and quoted. Uut to return to the
new) discovered documents. We learn further
frnm tha I'nint'mer. that the Intimate knowledge
of, and strong personal interest in, the affairs of
ft m (at a S
, the royal tamiiy, implied in wee papers, wotuu
also go to account for much of the penotuj I!!
. lelrice 6T Junius, aKdTffc nuy be added,) tfiepeP
zonal security which ho enjoyed s for ft it not
on of tha leant mysterious things "sJjout that
, . -
writer in the Iron matkr especially to those who
Inow the rrosslnn n? and nrvintr nature of courts
and Interested cotciiestharevtDlojr'aJt Itself
- . . - L l' . 1. 1 . . I! L !
appears not 10 narc uccn auio 10 get mm nunieo
7. n . .11. I. . J i
ouu .uui im is sctonaary roauer. 10 tne suo-
, jeet In hand. I he examiner says, 14 there Is a
lady living, not unknown,1tWmi7 to the royal
familv. who savs that she is the offsnrinc of the
marriage in question. Her Identity would, of
t .ft . - at. 'a
course, te among me matters to, be discussed ;
i. ...i... . l t. . - .t'ti i
uui uhici in camcucc ui uic cnua can oc tus
proved at once we cannot but think that there
J re unanswerable reasons on the face of the doc
uincnts, for an investigation of the truth of what
thev asset t. In the mean time the ladv has re.
sorted to legal advisers; nod here-lhe matter for
a . . mm
me presenr rests, w e must mentiont however,
Tefore we conclude, that a debt for which she
was arrested the other day, is represented br her
as having been a deot of the late ,tarl of War
vick's ; and she adds, that the Carl's family are
responsible to her for a considerable sum,' left
her by the Duke her alleged father, as his lord
thip acknqp ledges in one of the documents
.soother contain a special injunction ot Uie pres
ent Karl, to liquidate this debt, "aahe values the
honor of the familjr ,7 Lut his lordship has not
tiicnaca to it."
lie conic, the herald of a noisv world.
New from all tuitions huiib'ring at hit bick.
LATE FROM KCROPK.
wr.-r-Yr, rPT. ..The fast s-iilinj- ship Minerva
Sin v tli, Capt. Hcimct, arrived at thia port lart evening; in
30 davs from Livcrj)ol. The news by this arrival U
lcTcn daj later from London and Liverpool, than has
bt fore been received. Wr have colkctcd frora our for
cign papers, and from the morning; papers, all the news
furn'mhed by this arrival. , .
We, of c'oure, cannot now expect any thing of im
tMrtnre in rczard to.the.afliiira of the OiMrn. Th
trial, or in otlicr words, the Kcond readinir of the bill of
" "jr" 1 - 1 1 - j . . . - .Ym. - -r.
tuvwirry nrujg dccti pu on lo U)C I7tn Ot Auguat, toe
House of Lonlihave atHotirned to that period, and the
Home of Common to the 21 A of Auptist. Our readers
will, tlimfore, content themselves for die present, intlie
CNpccUlioii of important information about the middle of
Octob( r. 'Hie Queen has taken a residence for 6 months.
In the mean time addresses from various parts of the
kingdom conflmle to pour in upon her majesty. In an
swer to one of thesr, she holds the following language :
I ft! no inquietude about the present attack on my
honor and peace. The charges in 1836 originated in
lralice, ami had no other support than perjury. The
vhitrfc in 1820 will be eauallv tkstitiit nf nmnfV
" I should hare been humiliated beneath contempt, if
.A ' "'incrctt mj;xnaracicr UuDccomeAn anair of ne-
! t . .. .
uninry caicuuuon. i snomu nave instantly been depri-
vd of the sclf.r;pect which is the basis of virtue, as
well as forfeited tho esteem of this noble nation, if, in a
kte- attempt at negotiation on the part of my accusers, 1
liail exnibitul a spirit on worthy of a British; Queen. If
there cajT.be ana satwnctka of hat, is sordid .in senti-
in. ui. ucum:vi lit vujuiuci, i wiiungiy resign mat to
tnc pusillunimity of my adversaries." :
The Comiiion Couucil. of London have mni
gainst the pivceedings of the house of lords, in regard
were nasscil, and a corresponding remonstrance was ac
tually presented to the Hotue.of Commohn.
Ve should infi-r that the ministry were by no means
satisfied with the fidelity and loyalty of the populace, In
case they should find it necessary to proceed to extremi.
tics with the Queen. Additional twp3 have been called
for to secure the peace of the. capital, nd to guard the
immense stores of the EasMndia Company, together with
twenty-five thousand stand of arms, belonging lo that
body. " In case, of an insurrection, heseiznre of tlieSe
arms and stonjs VouIil,be of powerful service to the dis-
J-Oils, itatmir lier intention to be rtrrnrht fvrv luv 4.,
Jting the wv.irt igaiion which i'to-.Ukelaetvand reflaea-l
the !avirr;fnti, heltnltiitcd Key, and exclsimcd
lon live the CoiiMitution.M
'I he ConV(mjUn which they desired, wai out
formed ! the time of Alurat, but which had ncv.
cr been carried inta cxcctuion.t , Iiiimedlatcly af
tcr the defections above stafed. t!ie Kin r detlar-
cd that lie woidd form a cotutilution In ciht
d-ys'-Uut the people would not consent to the
dclajr, ; They aent a deputation to the Kin(i re
quiring the Constitution of the Coi tea to be shijn
cd in 'H hours. ; I lis Majesty immediately abdi
cated lu favor of hU son, wdho Issued the p roc I a
Tllllf that a rat lll.iv Im tkrAvWlff1 n aWimin.1 !.. ..1.,.
llcar distinctly all the evidvhee that may be produced.
CJreat pfeparations were making:., the trial of the
Quee, Any Tord not gi vrng the required attendance,
Pr m die first three davs, wnd 50 for each
dayafter. No excuse will.be aUoweil, excent disability
Out the Vealm-on ihe lOthlif July, the day on which the
f.rt readme of the bill waa made t orbeing in the
-Icmg'y-iiei'iice. ' v' " '
Htaflord Cartning : has i Jiecn appointed by the kinp of
. O J'v" J m wit VIlllCU oiaiCT.
...iMKwutr. nnwumn i ne, pjer.s lumish qi
vith partial acconhts pi a revolution AVhich has
y .n.wutuiii iv govcri)mcni oi iapies. jtijce
the late miraculous revolution in Spain, this has
!ec accomplished instantaneously, unexpected
t Iy4and with but little blood-shcd This event an.
FCJ,S W nave Men brought about by the Mura
lists., w ho have now been placed in the Ministry;
ii wiuwsctnoy tnc atticrcs below, that the Con-
v MituuonJt;ojtcti at xaplcs, is in effect the same
, as theConst tuition of the Spanish Cortca It is
stated .in aRis artitie that nfter' the tnsurreci
tifin jbfoke out,. two: reitnents of .the line,, who
- - ... w jinuvu uicm. ine &inu;.
.J4c4 lunito retimvxmScrieuihmd fdstt; wuh iii
. reijuiK'nu, . Whwi he ail ivtd in ths presence ot
klfrnrd atitl Drochlmed bT'tKTlCTmniHhirrSuti
sequent ud i ices, though not ofHcial, state that ttm
demand was complied with. Ilia majesty con
firmed the promise made by his son and pledged
his faith to swear fidtlitr to the Constitution be
Tore the'pro vliWilil Junta about to be formed, pre
parator)' to ms taking tne oatns oeiore a general
raruamenrtasmuif assemoica.- ' ,r;,;
The PrniUional Junta !s In rmidit of 20 mem
biir7No di!pdililofi"l6'rn6lest the royal family
a a a
appeared. 1 he old cockade ot red nas ncen sup
planted by one of three colours, which the sol
.i: i i i . . i
uicrs hum mounicu.
The Paris Journals state, that amount the new
ministers is Gen. 1 elanouire, a distintruuhcd of
ficer under Mil rat.
AU communication betWjcen Prh and Naples
is cut ofl. In rails the questions were, what part
will Austria take! AV4ut will the IIoJv Alliance
determine on f
A new Ambassador had arrived at Paris from
Naples, and a grand cabinet council was called
tmmcaiatciy. , -v
The French nation is perfectly tranquil in eve
ry department. ' :
An account from Naples states, that the Aus
trian eovernment had information of a 'secret so-
ciety of 200, composed of late' officers in Bona
parte s army.
Extract qf a letter from Xafdei, dated July 6.
In the nitrht of the' 1st inst. some soldiers and
officers deserted from the rarrison at Nnla. and
proctedctf TOwardiAvenionra'sm'alT townsTtua
ted a short distance from Naples. They were
accompanied bv some of the Inhabiunts all
shouting The Constitution forever!" They
were also joined by some ot the milnia of that
province, whom General Pir had recentl? or
ganized. Their threats and insinuations had no
offect on the regular army until about three days,
when throueh want of strencth or eonnirance:
the latter joined the in&urgen's, who forced the
authorities of Avellion to proclaim the Constitu
tion, declaring that their would take for their mod.
el that of Spain. Shouts, however of " Long
live tne wng I" were mingled with those of M the
Constitution forever JM -but the err, was at the
soma time, Mlown with ministers:
.Durihriwd'xlajri," several frtginartts'wee
marched from Salerno, Naples and Caqua, cona
mahded br various generals, to attack the insur
gents. Two regiments, however, deserted with
their officers in a day or two the disaffection
was general, nd all but one regiment went over
tothe'insurgents As soon as his majesty was
informed of the desertions, he assembled the
Council at 6 in the morning, a Proclamation was
pasted up, in which his majesty declares, that the
nation naving manifested its wish for a constitu
tion, he had determined to give them one ; that
ne is occupied in arranging the basts of it j and
that the arrangement should be known in eio-ht
days. The troops in the mean time are desired
w aLk! - . a . S - a ' tt
iu icluiu iu iwcir uancrs, ana me innaoitants to
their accustomed occupations.
Although we are in the focus of the revolution;
we are perfectly tranquil. The city guard is &tif
ficient to maintain good order, and no fears are
Neither the King ndr the Royal Famify'are in
any danger. All the ministers hafertendered
Ar,Vwy 6. On the night of Sunday, i?d
July, a small corpa of cavalry marched out of No
la, accompanied by some officers. They display
ed the tricolou'red , cockade. Their first move
ment was upon A vellino, where they were fired
upon by a battalion, pf. the. Tamnitft. regimenU
In tbe course of the lay the Insurgents were
reinforced by great numbers of the peasantry,
aiid the tower was takin; m ; baltalion Wwrmod,
ancLihe-civil-authoriues-oblied to s wear alle
giance to the Constitution. The Neapolitan gov
ernment was altogether unprepared for such
events, and being perhaps deficient of troops in
the garrison at NaptesVthey delayed any attack
Upon the Insurgents until the,latter had collected
wP-!tir!!tTf " ,.J'- r c. j -
The royal troops at length made some move
ments; one column took up a position on the
Nola road:' another of those marched to Nnrra.
and the whole "were put tinder the command of
uenerai vaiascora, I liese arrangements led to
an expectation; that an attack would Dc wada tir
on the insurgentaihut the spiritof the troops op-
1"' v uiciii ibnucicu a Tcirograue movement
necewary, and a generalPcpi act off clangs
tinelj from Naples, and put himself, at the head
oT the disaffected troops, and decided the affair
?ncS?noj canon of Nola, and, a man, of onsid
etable abiiiiy, U a leading; character among (hi
Insurgents. TT ' ' . .
PROCLAMATION OF THE KING.
The general wish of the Kingdom of the Two
Sicilies for a Constitutional fro vefnincnt' hv!mr
int.nifes,ted itself, wjp. consent to. this, of our full
nd entire will, and promise to publish the basis
in the space of ciht days..
cxibtg law it. vlr-Ji cowinuc tu be in vWtv V
Hjwmg thus satined the pitutic' wish, we or-
iter the troops (o return to t!icir corpi, and evcrj
Indivhliul to hit trdluary occupation.
, (:,"ied)- ,,i ; vi;LUUINANI).M ,
On tlie same d jycthe Kin abdicated the tlirone,
to his son Francis, who the next day issued the
following proclamation '
f tirtue of the At t dated resterday, by
which his majestjr, oti'r August Father, has trans
mitted to us, w;ili the unlimited clause of the
Alter Ego,' the, excrcise'of all rights, preroga
tivC!i, prcenilncncc" and faculties, In the same
manner as they can bd exercised by his Majesty.
' In consequence of Ihe decision of his Maj
esty to rivc a Constitution to the Ststei' f
subjects, -artd to second at the same time' their
unanimous, wish,- i
" Wo -have resulfcd 16' decree, ami do decree
as'foilowit"' '' "''"'" :" " "ml. '
:r Aftnmio Cons(ii6tIon of the kingdom of
the Two Sfcilies shall be thesams that was adop
ted for" thekTngdomof Spain In 18 larind sanc
tioned by his Catholic Majesty in' March, 1820,
saving the modifications which the oalioftal rep
resentation constitutionally convoked, shall' con
sider it suitable to propose, in order to adapt it to
the particular circumstances of, the Stales of hi
Majesty. " " ' , , v ..
" We resen e to oursciyes to adopt and make
known alt the arrangements which, may be ne
cessary to facilitate and accelerate the execution
of the present decree.
... fJ2 iu-AH our Ministers and Secretaries of State
are charged with the execution of the present de
cree. Naples, 7th July, 1820.
(Signed) FRANCIS, LieutCen.M
t . . &PAIY.
raov Tas vvnojui txzrrrt.
Advices from Cadiz as late as the 15th of Jul
have been received at Portsmouth, (N. II.) by a
direct arrival from that city. The Cadiz news
papers furnish a splendid account of the celebra
tion there on the 12th, of the cunt of the King'
oath to observe the Constitution, which was taken
on the 9th, at Madrid, on the opening of the Cor
tes. -The inhabitants of Cadir garr enthusiastic
demonstrations of ioy ; the veteran troops, the
national militia, and the mass of the citizens, fra
ternized fully, by singing in concert, patriotic airs,
by processions, banquets, he All the houses
wete splendidly Illuminated at night, and the
streets filled with an immense concourse of rwo-
ple, who shouted equally in favor of the king and
tsonsiuuuon. itiego, tne partner or (juiroga in
glory, was conducted in triumnh to his Quarters.
No abatement of patriotic fervor would teem to
1 t a a a
nave tan en puce, and the oritrmal smtit of order
!!. It . . " "r . - .
ooservaoie, even in the most animated of the
We are indebted to the kindnei of a friend.
for a file of the Madrid namp..KttiA C.nvrttm rJ
. . -. . ,r., .7 . t: s-r-"'-- "--rvT.. .v-.
tna tioYftrnmTrr" ! ,K 9r. t Int. lAh.:
T ; ."i t 'v, aii viwj,iukiu-
sive. The contents have, on the whole, edified us
exceedingly: they bespeak an astonishing activity
mtixt uuiiiiuiv u me rcgencraiioQ oi me Kingdom
All the decrees of the old Cortes, tendint? nartic
ularly to adjust the ideas of the. nation, and its
uiuiiHiiiauic nucuri, iu uie spirit ana provisions
of the Constitution, have been revived br the pro
visional government. Among those decrees, we
remara, wun satisfaction, that declaring Jovella
nos to have deserved well of his countr. and re
commending his admirable treatise on the public
economy oi stpam to favor and attention T he
one which provides that Dublic emnlovments are
to be given only to citizens known to be lovers of
. t r .... .. . . m
me vonatituuon, is also worthy of note, -tvery
new decree expresses the motive or rationale of it.
Sinecures are abolished, and regulations, made to
secure to the state the real services of its sala
ried officers of every description. It Is prescrib
ed that all persons holding offices in the provinces
srrau remain at their posts, and on no account
leave their district without permission of the king,
and that the absentees shall return at nnrV.' nn
nain of beine dismissed. One of tha
sought to be accomplished, is the dispersion of
me piace-noiuera, who, at the same time, play the
part of place-hunters at Madrid. Lancastrian
schools, or,as they are called, elementary schools
oi muuiai instruction, are esiabiisned lor the army.
The decree on this subiect provides that tf Com.
mission to carry it into effect shall foi thwith be na-
1 t s a ' i i a . . .... , ...
mFm wcmoois m tomtQ on a unitorm plan
accordant with the reason of the. ageL8QasjQ
spread among, ail classes of Spaniards the. light
and knowledge which thejr happiness and the
public good require. A royal ordinance ot the
4th July, recites that'a destructive plague pre
vailed at Maiorc : that a sulscrintion rwaa nnn.
ed for the telieT of the.auffering Inhabitants of
thft llnnrt fhnf (ha linn ' lira' eMi.Iw---.. .1 I ..
, u.w kiiii apuupc, iii(i UrOlli
era, bad put their Jiames at the head of it, and
appealed to the charity, of good Spaniards
throughout the kingdom, in favor of thr pur
pose, 8cc. This iva noble proceeding, In unison
with Ihe march of political affairs. saw
. Wc find the notification given; that the king
transacted bXisinesa on such a day with the min
later of wa, finance, of the interior, &c. This
Mnd of effort and employment must be quite
new to Ferdinand. In the official Gazette of the
6th July, there is a relation of the visit whirk Urn
paid, the jay before, to the beautiful Hall of the
... Miuti iu qAauuiJC 11 previous 10 US OC
Cupation bf that assembly. He is desctibed as
having surveyed it with .much in'terstand ap
parent complacency, and dweJlcagerly upon al
terations fitted to render it more' commodious for
the deputies, and more suitable in mjUmi fir
to its exalted drstirvtition. He tvas attended only'
X 5 PjiF!i1 tiwtesi atrd
the principal iircfiitecfof the; HU, :1 hoo. he
; tiwviiF) ana escorted
him Vock (0 tbe door.
Supplements to the Government Cazftte tt
I n 1
" ; . -""ytconuiin a i.utorv cf th
Preparatory Juma 0 tfie Corct, whoe functlr.
nnucr the Lonstituaon,ls to determine the validA
by of the CredenttaU, or povers of .tha deputies
as SUCh. I he eldCtinn afr.,tt- -rv.... .1 k
- ri'l'vuii a M I1JH
. t a. a ....
Men cxceed.nly, nKid, and conducted on sound
phneiples. Wc ob.erro tllat the Uiihor, l.
of Mcchoacan, chosen as a deputy, wished to bo
rejected on account of deafness 1 but was turned
oVcr to the Cortes themselves for the decision of
hfs case, paring the sittings of the Preparatory
JLnta, some plaudits, heard from the galleriei
occasioned a strong expression of disapprobation
OTJ .SiLStM. pn tipihenutho
ColdtdrrorrenQi remarked, that the firm was
orn forapplsuso or, censure . to it might the.
peoplo resort f the example of what resulted in
Fribce," frorrrlhet interference or theTaneriea In
the legislative assemblies," ought to serve u a
wai-nlngT"Thb rules oT'me Ibrmer'Cortes, for"
bioVling this Irregularity, and ordering the imme
diAe e-fpulsloti of finy persohwh6gave algns of
approbation or disapprobation, were ordered to'
Ufhungup within and at the entrance of the gal.
lery,o that no one could plead ignorance bT them.
Among the memorials addressed fro nr" without tq
tli Junta, one which bestowed the title Majesty
ori the Vorte was rejected, on the ground that
that title belonged to the King alone;
5 he Cortes :wero regularly inttalUd hn th'e'&h
After the members had tissemtled, Lut"
betorc business wa begun, a' cry of . lyr"-- I'vtj '
Qulroga," wasJieard from the gallery citL- .
A distingtiishcd deputy Itnmediatel refr.' t
the boVise of the necessity of perCect dccc;. ;
adding that the glory of Qulroga required no i . 4
irregular testimony. Quiroga himself, whr I
longs to the Cortca, rose and declared t' -t 1 ' j
colleague was right, and that thU was nct t'
sort t of applause which he core ted ' nn'.; r- .1
order was the hrst wish of his heart' i .The f.rst
act of business was tho reading bf a comrali.rca
lion from the minister of the Interior, apprLlr. .
the assembly that the court had been directed to
go into mourning for the Dowager Princess bT
Orange, recently deceased, but that the kin? had v
orucrcq mc mourning 10 oe iaia a-.ac on tne Ptft
that being tho honored day of the insullajdoti of
the, Cortes. The installation consisted in the reg
ular organization of this body, by the choice bf a'
President, Vice-President, and Secretaries, and '
the administering the oaths prescribed to its 6fli
cers and members. During thb part of the pro-''
ceedingsi all present, whether 'on the Coof or ia ,
the galleries, remained standing. The member
chosen President is Don foaef de Espigai'Arch-j i
bishop elect of Seville. Quiroea is Vice-Presi- f
dent. 1 A committee of 22 members was ap- "
pointed to acquaint the King with what hadbcerf '
done, and a message was despatched io ascertain VI,
i u..u k. -n: " , .1- . r
1 wucu uc wuum wuaii 10 receive me tommii
tee? the answer being, immediatefy-Mher wfet
house, onfheir return, that his Majesty hairet
cerved them with characteristic graciouinessii
and had fixed upon the 9th to open the sessloii.;
and take the oaths .to the ConstktiUpn.:" Anx c,
traordinary Gazette was Isuedrby ordef of the k
King, proclaimbg 4he Installation, : the -first -solemn
act destined to lead the Spanish nation W
that height of prosperity to which It is called by
its natural destinies, and which h may expect
from the assemblage of its representatives."
In the course of the business of the day, tho -J
case cf an absent deputy, chosen for SouthAmeN
ica, happening to be taken into considerationa .
member, Moreno Guerrat took occasion "to rep
robate the conduct of aome generals wtio, in tho
war of Suutb-Ainerica, had not observed tbe re
ligious obligation of treaties. He iasuted upon
u the necessity of proceeding loyally, according
to perfect good faith, with the South-Americans ; s
of pursuit a frank, liberal conduct towards thsm.
wormy ui mc opinisn nation, w. ; f" -
Nothing in Spain has undergone 'si more stu-
king transformation than v" tho Catette of tti
Government." The numbers) our hands offer ' j
broad and very sagacious views tof the cond-uoa ;
and politics of the principal stAes of purol)? j
examine freely and particularly tie : distempcrtJ
systems of England and Francetrar.slate the
legislative debates of those countries; anal:
and criticise works, both foreign and domestic i
science and JiteTature, andt altogeih?, are tor
posed in a manjicMhat lbuld'xrbr
daily, press of any-people Tran&Jations.4f 4rc:-.
Uses on Political Ec'mjrvbf liocieVEssay
Government, &c. are advertised Inthem. -T-
number of the 7th of July, enumerates anddes-'
cribes the scientific and literary societies of the . -T
United States. It represents the American;., ,
- - - 7 ---. v w - - v. va .w,""."" 1 .
the principles of reason and figure as advan
cing straight fonvard to its perfection, exempt
from the necessity or the dangeryof violent revo
luficns. It astThsi " witlT mu cji acuteness and
kindness, reasons for our aeerJng backwardness
hi scientifit punuitind M
eVtahlifchments as worthy pfihe dignity of map
and greatly honorable to thoiiuman race." )
arc told that the amiable and liberal dispositions
displayed in these rfmarJTare jgerieral in Spain
It is to be honed that tbev will ba. as far as events
and rcartticvwiirpermi reciprocated throughout
the United States.
RAKKFOHT. IKY. AUG. 2.
The steam-boat Expedhion, captain Craitf w.r
longing to Col, James Johnson, and In the env
hlovf!.- Cinprn1 f:ntfirhment; ftasurnvcu-. i
.ii V. .. trt j. i .. . 1 "i. w.i'ect
Y-Tlie success of this boat, proves bejoUd-
Ja Cfibt that Hie Mrssouit is rwvis;aDic wiui i-- - '
ija.mi" tut a.-i
' V sWSJ I I ' -: - . --R--st-iss