i M 7.
FAYKTTEV1LLE .t-PoBLMHii) btirt SATURDAY by HODGE And BOYLAN.,
nif Iff'' f ",''''"-' - - ;
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$ A T U RrD A y.xStBiiSir,;
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Lateft foreign Intelligent, received by' the
EEza, capt. Htatef; arrived at Gftarlefton
in 60 day from London
M AL A O A
Forty -nine thoufan J men have arrived in the pro
vince; ot Andalufia, de.fijj;n to .oceiiy4lhe three
'camp lately marJriioot in its environs. NeV-re.
intorcemrfnts are (till expe&ed from the province!
of "ftat.arre and Catalonia it is believed that fh
j object of theaffem filing p thefetroops is to tinder-
'WfiiF.rannrinis thii J ifpinioir, is" the mTvaTof one
of -our vefleU fotrtrfc6iw?';bRaV anchored in'
- the Streighta !GiBfalti h rejtoiftsl td'hSfve feer
- a number of frapp, nd: a'qpamhy of warlike' floret
lorviirHr nt1 rhot (rw fffrtKfW VvlWV a li'iW: t linn Mi
wvuiu utri iui 1 cuuci , .. . TiJt,t 1:,; , .
i k'VGeDeralPonTfartiB ordered Shr(5th battalioji of
grenadiers to srdyance..wir,K batde-aster; in ibeir
hands, and two right; pounders in front. .Tbe gatee
Were forced.' . The jmmenfe crew4 difoerfed, took
Ihelter in the cellars and upon the boulVtpp, ftrv
ihgin taio, throwing dowatp, yreyentoor
tallage through the ft'reets. s .j "'.r ' ' j
Three times .the order Wet fir t t eity ex-i
pi red upon my lip, when 1 beheld tjho garrifon of
the eaftle a'rriverwhobreaUngl.nr fetters; tame;
with cries .of jy to embrace. t,he.ir, jeWerera. .
ordered them to be cad over---not one was want
ing. If the blood of a fingle, Frenchman hd been
(Bed, I would harve erected on the fiia of Pavia?' '
ccJunin, upon which I would hve:tnli-ribed,,,
.ft Bert fie ttitti Ism, waa '"'..A-
pes rir that the extraordinar y armaments which hhve'
oecn preparing in me porta or taoiz ttna tartnage-
- na are directed to tnis ohject. . " : -
'. 'fAR I S,' June 7; - !
Thefeport iit general that a courier arrived, yef-
terday iron the army i Italy r with the new of an
infjreiflion having broken -out againft our troops,
in ,i part of the country of Lombard. The move
ments appeared to have been concened, and took
ttluce in fcveral towjis at (lie fame time, at Favia, at
i MUao, and at Placentia. Thofe towns , bad but
; their gates, and it is laid difarmed the garrifons.
Buonaparte prefented himfelf vrith his army at Fa
via, which refilled to furrendef to him. But the ge
neral forced, the town and impofed on it heavy con
tributions, as well as on the other that followed
r fta example. He ordjejsdi
ro be Ihot, and then every one returned to hta duty j
ancl order waa rellored . The miliury rontributioo
- required from the reikis, Is faid to amount la Sm
millions,: p'vi" '--"''' - :
.Vdler condemnej to tranrportation as well a
Barrere, has beea arrefted at Touloufe,and conduct
d to Far . , , Ju C ' i- ' --.
- ARMY OF-ITALY". i
- tyt WaS-quartcri, Pefthiera; juti'e I. - ,
I have related theeimrptraitf r vta;ihrtat
tie, and the taking of that town. J
iif t out or Lmly irom fhlan on the jth.
ieiMnere no- more troops than Were heccflary for
' blockade Pf lhe taftleir i left the Vr a I en
tered tr in the midttof the joyful applaufe of an
.......... jujiui vjpiauic 01 an
. I whs far from thinking thir a
r. that' tlx nlat nm olr,.lu itA
pcrnmoua resion on tiie point .at Jjurllini in
to light. - ..;t'-t. .. "
"4" w,s: J? ireildiWwTseii-eeneral
ueipmoy, commander at Milan,' informed me; that:
uoars aiter my c?epartnre the tocfin hadbeen
founded in ajn of Lombard. They had puWiiN.
ed the news; fthat Nice was takeir by the Englini j
, that the ariny.ofCtonde.was jirrifed by Switzerland
'i ?.PJhe-.territorfof the Mihtnefetf and that BSran.
'rtlnferCtM- by 60,000 men, mafrcheracainft
.ii-4nttmolfi7 and -fti.
TttA AflajatJoH On-all fides, and by H tnearrt,
nrged tl,0 people t armiagainll thef tfo6ps.
ihe nobles had difcharged their doniefttcs, fayiwfi
an,"1 did not r""'1 to be reramed.
thpiMftianeed to the hbufe of Auflria, the Shires,
tax jgatfiererv&c difplayed tnemfelvts in the fore.
- mohrank, - , , ; :,.
"The people qf Pa via reinforced by y tir (,000
li Tl' b?fleged 'he. 3"Q men whom i had left in
. , - " "fi'ij . nicy . cuaaomeu 10 irar
"i'16' f Uberty an( -wampI under foat
' 1 T J saliva au v rss'a. vihic l uwl
lt(';3c.HJA..aeneral pefpinoy , com
fir Itfe place, mounted hishor(e, Some pa-
TUlt f t.t. ' I . . . .. - '
trples put this n.u fli-i . jji - T
occupied bv reheU. 1..4 .
"rival of t he nC-.. ?.:- .- 1
j , . , r-uii 10 iiurouuse inpin. 1 a llior
ty being ths eiiabVifhed' at Milaav 1 cdmnM my
route fb Pavia, .. JhefjKetif bngadif, LaTijc,coni-.
niahding th,e moving, .jcolumiy' ajrtwkBljgnafcp
nlhere for. 800 armed waunta ppar'd,iiKJ
defend tbemfelves. Ife cHrMd ftenrfclled abpHV,
a hundred, and difoerled tiie refi . 1 tmmedlately-
ordered then tofet fin 'tlMHV-bualwtj'
Decenary , was not 'tis aorrioiew-ui,
afeedi batj farefa,w aUtgrseir "ila menacing
the town f Pavia. .1 furotrionetf the, sjchbilhon t
Milaii; irfdelrt h!n
via front me with the annewd proclamation.
iAx dairbreaki arf ived' at FiwiaipThevoutpofU
of tlie rebels were fe'cnVed. Twown appear eci
numerouny,t)iled, ana in uweioi science; . oe
calffe had been t,aketi and our trbopa, prifoners. - I
ordered the artillery uparid afttr br'uia torn ftiot
at them. I Tikmmnned the wretcliMlO lar flown their
arms, and appeal tp; the geperofByf.in.Prencb.
ages, and fent them inta r' ranee. .Now ci-ery thing
is perfectly traiKuil and i beftee th,t leflon will be
fufficirot for tl government, of. all the pee of
italy,ti,,,i.,.i iwr: Hfe..--r:4:,.. r ;-.
' I demand the rank of commander of a iquadron
jpS. Jight artillery for ciiiwn Rofy, captain, who on
that day piuicalVf ly livoaUzcd himfcf .
PR.aCIvAMATI ON- '-' -'
BuwaptrU to tbt fiopJe of. tht' MUtiHtft.
; . . Head.quarters, Brefci. Mar 38.
" The nobles, priefls, and AuftrUtVigeats millead,
the people oX fhelewjingcbMrarieaThe French
arm j aJ generous as i powerful wia treat w(tn rrav
ternity the peaceful and tranquil .inhabitants. Tej
the rebels they wtlf be terrible as the fire from
Heaven, and m the villages which protect thern
Art.' I. In confluence the" coniPiander in chief de
clares rebellious ail th villages which will not cour
fornvto his order of 6 Prairfil JlVT4y 3f , TBe ges-
nerais willmarcn atiamu jucn villages, forces ne-
1 xellary to fiiodneand (hoot all who are found with
I .11 'u ij JH- - .'.ft. 1 '.' L
arms in ineir panas. 1 ne pricjts ana nooieff re
maihin in tbt rebel difrridts, fliall br jkrreftect,aa,
botlages, and'fent into e'rance. y ' . , . .
i. aii inc villages, wiicd tne iocinr is .tounaep
IhaUbe burnt Immediately The commanders are
l refbPnfible for the execution of this order. .J
p"oll, filled the&ir, and.coinmun5cared.the tidings to
every fart of Weftminftei'. Tlie committee o Sir " "
Alan Gardner had pubHfhed a band-bill, which ftat--l -ed
fhat w il ling LQivoid . any Jlep-tbatfTnlghl t e n(f
toTlrrftate the minds of the jeople, and endanger
the tranquility of the city. of vyeftmipfter, they re.
quefted theh frjkndrnot W chairyfrie Admiral -ait
acknowledgment Pn their part, that he was not the V."
ebbrei of Jhepeoplef and that therefore a tnumpliZi
would irvitatrtbeir inindsr'W
pr!efifti:JA ioon as the number Vere' declared, r.
Mr. Vox fetorned thanks in a few-" words for the
kittl jiarualkif ethelec1orsf tbetr impatteBeTqF""
his triumph made it impotHble to fay much he was -
nurriea into tne car, wnicn was preceded by a band',
of nioficV and' r number pf flags, with .ppcoprlnW--
hrfenptions, the firft of which -fVas--" fox and--
Feae I". ;-'::;;,;;:'ri:,;.-, .. -
' Ambirs tW capture from' the enemy iri t3ovd
Jill, nf Saturday, is entered a Dutch- frigate 0 " 38 "
1 gnl,7 Brought inta Greenock.' lit cdrtlequehc e sif v ' ;.
miniiiy-on praru, f w c unucmana mis Jngate to
';birfVHeiiJnra'mr follow ip fla-
' - . .VIIUUVIMUIV
ahiagcrotr the coaft oPfJcotland.it tell in with ard
took the Marlannetfmcrchant fhip beloneiFff to' '
1Glafgdw.i.Ndi' cbriWeriBg !is-priie a of jumciepjl "
comeqncnccKricna inro pert, tpe uutcn captain or
dirnrd her toie burnt. .11ie'crevr-ohboa'rd'ibeTrigit'
had a difpuieas to the value of the prize, and what ;
might liave bera tfciriT proportion f prize motiev ; '
and confidering tbemfel ves oe ill nfed by the captain,
wh? bad ordered' ber to be burnt without their con
currence, they confined him and the other offivets ' .
below, took tfpon themrelves the cotnm'and of the
.frigate, and with the aflillame of the crew of the
lYiariannc carricci ncr into urecnocK. - -
tfte(;t4, .it rs now certam thnr there will be no
Imperial loan,. The Baron de Muller., wbof canie to
th'ti country on that'bofincls, received t bis, final an-
fwt frbmr WPiTrWturdaTCl hat no loan! i
could be gtfaravteed or made in tngliipd ' -
From the beft authority we learn, that the EcRl- r
gereftt owe.r ai all difpoledfor" peacej and that
whatetr the refolt -of a battle on the Rhine may be, A
it willonlyTEhangetbe -condltio.nT.'a', but if"-1
Will not do any thing more; The prefent campaign,
we are affitntt, ia the ia(trr;-:":- -jp-:. -:7J.:
Irwaa exm-mcly Wile in the minifl'er to delay all "
letious negociatioiii for peace tilthe' flewipbVlia.-!
ment wsitchofen, becaufe, to make? peace, and then
5lcS a new na liathent, would be brin p'vng in a fet 4
o'f men to legiflate who liad'uo concern in the peacer:
and a Englifh-nen are generally asWch difpjeafed
with peace as rwiitb war tbi would b loading the V
executive power wjtfyi doubltdegree of -efponfi-bility,
and would be, equally unfair and imprudent.
:r jaw 1 f L 'JUafftfii. Tfa much celebrated town
lias kt lafi capitulated. . It was blockaded by 12,06b
mt n. f--'- --iif
frenchman- m nfCiRinaled ihall ha tuTrfH a i-i-fmyl
pence, ;one'third of the whole cODtributiou pldca
the. Archduke in one year, unlefs tbey name tbe af
fairrrt. and deliver him up to the army, ''':
' IV. Every man armed with a mufket and 'ammu-
nltloir, Ihall be fhot it irectly, by order of the gene
ral commanding tliat dlvifion. ; I, , :
V. Every foot where arm ball 'be found JiiddenJ
fhdlf pay a third Pfits Impofta rs a recoroie'nfe.,"Ep l
very nouie in wnicn a nrerUKK ta toond JnalL be
burnt, uoleft the prpprietor declare to whansitbe
longs. , ';-;'.',v ' f
VI. All the nobles, or weaTthyf enny u&fd f ?.
mem ir Was nf.r(T.r r..:.uA . ...
tae Ught of Jeath obedience was refrorect
i;A I w a s ttifdrmeti of tttf tnovemetir, 1
wned hack with joo horfe and a baalion of gre
u""'1 . em,,K,e(1 t Milan i great number of
rms m ,f1Pir j,an(Js , iecUtCi Ao ,he arc),bimon:
tlu?"' the ''nks, andthe nobles, that they
. "'Sl,,,"'"omeTorhe public tranquility.
'i- r' eaciraoniitic who wkJ UdW.l i:r.'i.
Citing the people to revolt, either "by difcharging
jthelf dewellics'r by abufe pf the French, halt be
aryjelli'ilas htifl-qj!!) traii'sfei red, luro Ftance, and the"
7 BeauUen , pontniues his precipitate ret feat, his
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army luncpng im.ieouMe lenef.
Louts XVH. It was aen.Mrmfer.who norihed '
!te the pretendery the emperor's order to ;qriilf the' '
irttynf, Coude, and ' retlrd to Khthemborgfi; In A
Suabin.'i.: v; f ; '- : "
iJaue 16, A )ouhcil was heWyeflerday on the fubv"
jectofthe 4J'4irKw birfnbfiits heTCeSTn!
deleV and Earl Mnira atrcmlfil W imd tViit fi I
LONDON, Tune si;.
y r tumimitT, actum,
r. - Lr.i it . 1 "v.
efforts .of theie two noble Lords,, who have ropfti :
fcealbofly exerted ' tbemfelves to redbre harmony to
tbe diftrafted boufeholdof the Prince, wilt be final-"
ly fuccefsful. : ., ,
June i 7. Tbe: royal reconcil'mtien (with forrqw
we-metrtiott it ) is poftponed to : fbthe fut tirevperj6d. . -jT
the Privy Council, it feems; the final adjnfimriii' .
pf tbiabiifuiefcwill foon be committed.' "Ouf a'ffee?
twnfotj tdnj. family ia fuch, tliarwe-' with It were
fpeedaly utd-unicqbly terminated.' ' V' f f
Ae we jrediifted in yefle't daft Oracle the,'fuot1s:!
toip-inef ; 10- WJe-, .atM ia'lireiirraini WStoTr
Eeacr, e have no doabt that the eohfeouences will' v '
9 a confirmation of our oninkh.; ' -. ': -K' "
Jo h is ver-rfintulaf that as yet hotorie tnintide ha's! '
nrrnMJP -st 7rtct of the KrencK in' '
! At (he clpfe of the poll the' numbers we're,
'.-rtjMrv.Fox -. 't ' -V y: $j6q::
T'-lFfr Sir A. Gardner' fah
r--Tof Mr. Tooke --.-.v. iSt
Deputy Pieh Bailiff tlien proclaimed there-
M whereby he dated that. Mr. Foxand Six Alan
per were duly elected. , -
e but ft of applaufe from the riiolr.it uden hear
ritrTrracxtafedlb ffe of the
religious proceflTon had taken ilace and.catalomiea"
v. is ,i.uie acuTcnincra were circulated aniona
the pppulaS. The iiiflbiabl apiarancei-if ,tne '
French on the back of futh a eeremPnV. hais fo ei' J
celTtfely fcandaliked the teal of tatie fiVat cathnlw- -
that they begin fhrewdly to lufpelYeUnef tha't thefe '
democrats arei in Irtgiie wftV tlit devil, ;"tr what' IdT
(till worfi,tBat the laipts are turned )aCobr.sl 0 !
- -The folia wing oflicial notice has ben feht by ffl-.
;chpliveinick-1e-S at Hnvrt.'to,"' ;
citiwft SunUlaua Faure, .editor of the Havre;Bui- -3
letin : ' ; -; t ' r.
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