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S A T U. R D A: Y, jSE.PT!EtBR. 21796.
Numb. 27. . .
fdlkvHHg ii lahn from ef Ldnditi paper of the
I nth if fafyi receive" d ' by the Iris arrived at
City-Potttt, James River.- "
LONDON, July 18.. -
NO ctoubt Teems to be entertained of. the cap
. tare of Leghorn by a detachment of the array
of Italy j and they are faid to- have made a' very con
fiderable' Sooty of effecls bsioogingtothiafojiiury.:
The furrender of Milan j which has hitherto
been' ait obltaclef tff xhetirogrefi of the French army
of Italy, will now enable Tt to profecute4ti opera
tionMantua JlilL.holda..outr and, is thought,
w II coll the French a great many men.
be rcllored to the dift raited provinces of the Repub
tic, fb long the Icene ot devaltation and blooduied.
The Chouans continue t furrender in bodies.
Their arms are faithfully delivered up, and the pea
Taut are returning in tranqUity---trreir. home
&nd to the fields, fo long manured only hf their
blood.',"'" '. -. " " . " ' u:
In the Mouiteur of the 1 ith, it is dated, that ano
ther engagement had taken place between Moreau
and the Auftriatis, in which the former took 500
piifoners t but that the battle was terminate'd by
. a very heavy fall ot rain, which prevented both par-.
' tiesfVom contiriuirigiit. This is not mentioned a
a vague report, but announced briefly to the man
ner .pri&ifed' by this Journal as the fubflauce of au
thentic intelligence, before the official accounts had
" been niade public' From-the Puliation ot ihc armies
. fince the Tate engagement, indeed, it is very proba
ble that new actions have taken place.
It Was announced, fotne days ago, that the French
intended to eitab'un a direct communication be.
-warrtheTOy-ofher-Opptrfthine and trrarrof
Italy, " Kellerman's army appears to be defUned to
to be. taken under ttie proieftlon otibcir heavieft
It was yefterday rumoured, but on what authori
ty we do not pretend to lay, tost the rreticn, alter
fomepartTat bat oblhnatetlgBgnient87tiwr-pene
trated as far a Wetzlar, and that general Klebcr's
army was on na inmcn io rrwuuu.
It wa alfo ftated, that' Moreatt's troops had been
driven back by-gea. Stein; fri their advantageous
pofitiotf off theTJlacklvlcMntarhi to Opeoau.
'. - k ne mountains or mmjdis, wnertuiej-rcjncn naTe;
eirabliflid ihemfelvesi is the fame height which.n
the military annals of GoftavoVAdolphus, is known
by.the noteTTTinrswirom-iie's--oecauir nt ai niy ried them lale on board
was encamped tnere in tne tinny y eats war. 1 nis
n i' !-r 1
leagues dillant from this
form this iunviion'; and , there are accounts which
n 1 . r r . 1 . I I: r i . t . i . ! .1
itat, tiiat in giunuance ot tnat pian, ne iw-marcncttXApaaiaTis-iiave f 7 iaH--tie-nnercannagena
from the V'aTe.orAoHaT In or der- to penetrate thro' I and5o fail at Cadiz, all Tn uOoJ order-
Seventeen fail ofOinim'tiW-chantflien. are laid to
the Valteline ani the covintVy of the Grifons, to
" e'.tibli(h hiihrelf In the Lake of Cbnllance, and take
Tyrol in the rear, with a viey of .fo'rcTni the Impe-?
f ia! army t9b4d?ln thut" coutirr f . This end be
iuq attained, he witlprobably. extend a chainofpciT
fitl6rtotre -nglu7 atang the LakordaTo7
the purpofe of llabli(hlri a coinmunication with
jRion.apartei, aud-to the left Tdwirds Swab'13, to en
ahfe Mm rs joiti the right Wing brMoreau"s army.
.:Jf we niay credit a letter lioai St.: Gall, ofthe
t 36th of iatt month, inferted in the Paris papers, he
his already crolled thccOuirtry of the -Grifons, and
. made, hiinfelf mailer of Breentz. Jx remains to be
"knovn,whe"ther the detachments from the Upper
Rhine, dellined to reinforce the army in Tyrol, have
. reached the-ikeiof Conitance-arly enough to
c'iiek Kellerman's farther progrefs and whether
te arch'duke. Charles, who by forced L marches is
-advane1ug':a"ga1nlJe'ailv?ill he able to prevent
that general from eltablifhirig himlelf in Swabia.
-" The French feem to have gained a great afcen-
-oancy , at tnrnn'trorCuilltanttnople ; and the
Turks and they have lately mingled their joy inxe
lebratina the vidories of the French armies in
Italy. , - . .... '
Porte is making exertions to augment his navy;, thaV
" - bi Catholic Majclfy has been applied to forjlie pur-
Z0i? 1,eK'vi?t'n6 apeacwitB the Turks and the
; Khights of Malta ; ancTthat theFrenCjh ambaflador,
in expeftation of the aid of the Ottoman poyver-in
tth? Mediterranean, has promifed to employ his
jgftod tnJfices, to acpomplifli its withes. . . , -
The-letters received from" lord Bute by the, lad
liCor iiuna mailontain theiagreeable-intelligf tree,
that in confetnence ctf tle f enionllrances made by. his
loTdmip, the Spanilh goveriimeot has coaiiterinand
- e 'he march of the trooprwho were ordered t6
pi-oceed to the lines ol St. Koch. . This circumftance
1 e' Kn'ls to prove, Rat.the apprebrnfions of a mi lit n.
(derilanding between ouf court and that of Madrid,
" wit,,0l't ottnd:.tion. -.'.ifc-'.: -'s.
"T. ; . firday Was received in town a Paris paper of
the i tth in!t. which cqntaijris an. olJicial account of
the furrender oT "the citadel ofMilanto the French,
, : . n,n3.lle m'i.o,ng ofIthe"29th ofj,.ine ,being twelve,
oaysaftej the trenches were opened and of the eij
. try of a divifton of the Republican army into Leg
i on- the prtcding.day.-'-The-garrilon 'bfcitbe.
: t , citadel oLMila, which cenfilted of 2,8o0 men. fur-rr.-
-en4ered themrelve gritoheVs 'of war, lani all the
" ' -JRaztiteT, .:fTcoviltons7.1-c:. which Vh'e fortrefs con
.. S"et'. fell, ftfconrfe, into tlxehands'bf the FreacJ.;
mountain. ' . " ' " '
Further accounts in tlie abowe paper mention, that
the French array is advancing Rapidly on the Rhine,
without encountering nuichifficulty-that an ar
miltice has been concluded, between the Pope and
tlx French republic, in which the Pope agrees to
pay the French 21 millions ofi'rench money; iy rnilr
lions and a half t le in (pecie pr ingots, and the
remainder in merchandiib, licrfes, &c.-that the
Chouans have given up. and af? furrendering eh fhajfe
that the council of Elders bad declared ulat there
was ground of accufation againft Drouit, by a majo
rity of 82. . -. ' . ,
B 0 S T O Sept. x .
By capt LittleVfrom 'Peteivlburg, we Jearn, that
a few4ays before he failed, the galleys, belonging
to the empref;, in number about 140, which were
hauled up and honied, at A Intall didance from Pe
terfburg, were a few days before lvejailed dedroyed
'bj'ltgbtning, toIBer!lK"'7 great '-nujnjaf
-Itores, &c..-.. - ----- -' - '.
Capt. Ioung from Malaga,, iplflrms, that the
A L B A K Y- ' Anon ft t o
-. The following exuaonlinaiv Dnatie, is ta
from tbeDanbury ( Con. ) ' jSar of .Mon
. T? Pl' Be and crew Yf the Wilton, from the
Wei Wndieg, informs, th..t af.ei a fevere thunder -ftorm
at fea, they heard ti;e cry ot liuman voices, in
the utmolt dillrels ; they t,.ok'their boat, and Ioojl
found two men almoll dTwiTeai wholifformeS; that
there was three meiuuore totnewhere in the'fca. im.
der the fame diftrejled fituar ionfriTFbTank or "
board to help themfelves with V they then continue
ca ineir icarcii until t hev ii iin.l u . ....
One of tliefe five men was
n m r- o m U".. f I J L ? r 1 n ' . .....
atehe5cn;it appears that peace U aboui to tforJs MouaWni.i tf fpmd his army all Over Balfin.ore ' ?y ' 1 ,aI1 belged to
have been captured at Algiers the id et May
$et.: SjaVFueHtfaiy-'lalt "arrived --'iti Na"nt8Qi.et .
.Kg ith frigrt-Lalai Ion , gpt . Btfth-.
tordrtai ing. 14 latifcniacg'tinga" gnns ;:!unesuiiL
fixes wiih t W(L24 pound carronades.- t njjie aajih
ult. in the evening, tieorge's Banks bearing W. by
S. dill not 20 leagues, was dialed by a French frigate,
which-"feb n x am e o p wit lu alii enga ged L ill aifan
Her force. not precijely -known ;tbut fuppofed, Hy
the Enelih officers, to hav e been a 44 ttn (hip, ' The
I action continued that evening an hour and a quarter.
when the jeffels feparated. in a fog.. Next rnoin--ing
the two- (hips again met, and -fought three quar
terdf an hour; a fog again arihng, the vefiels
parted and d id not fall .in with each otherafter
wards: La itaifon had two men killed and leven
wounded, three dangerotifly ; (he was much damag
td.in hull 1'nd rigging, having to bend aim oft a com
pleat new fuit of fails. - Sh is however, refitted, and
will probably pot to fea, this weekr It is not
known wlja veflelIhe was engaged with ;" but it
was jro.baWy . the frigate- that was feen off the
Capes of .--the' Delaware, a.Bbut 3veeks Jince r ardi
.raid,Tby the pilots, to he. " i fine FrenchTrigate;t
She is expeclcd at this port. . a . .. -V m
ir-r. 5. Reports were circulated in town yetier
i:;WoCk.op:the port of Toulon, where the enemy arr.
day, faid to have been received by a gentleman from
lSourdcatr)c. (fating,". that frelh tumults had broke
out in Paris, and that the celebrated Taliea had
been frntenced; to death. A recurrence to dates,,
ndhe'pafla ge6f The vefTel, teiiders the' report
highly improbable. . I '
'-N ci one can wit h juftke4mptiteV .toHMarrtntentioti
to miilead the public, when, therefore, we declare
the articles from St. Croix. Improbable, we had
fupicient grounds therefore We can now fay, that
the account was wholly unrounded; maugre any re.
marks in thf CftroBldetOllieJOntrary.T
We are confirmed in the intelligence a few. dayf
bote announced in the Centinel, that Ltlboti ha
been declared a free port by her Mod Faithful Ma
jelly ,-aftrf- January ext. VV have lieen the Pe
crec, atteltcd by our Conful-at that port. . .
NE W.Y ORK, Auguft 27. " J: '
-War bct-uiicn England ai.d iifain.
v- This morning arrived here; the Ihip Fadorweapt. .
Kemp, in 43 days from Cadiz. By the arrival of
the Faclor, we learn that jtwHias been declared be
tween Spain and, England ; ttiat the Spaniards were
Ofing the greateft exertions tmran their navy ; that
from 40 to 50 Spanilh velTels of war wete.ly irTg at
Cadiz j. that admiral Kkbery's fleei was Hill in'
port; and that the Engl.ilh. fleet Aiuifing r(F that
harbour, under -.the command of admiral Mann, l ad
quitted their (lation the day before the Fatter tailed,
with ap intention of puttingjnto Gibraitw. ,
-T he Factor left at Cadiz, the brig Mary, Tveil,
from falem and Malaga, to fail in fci da;,sW this
port, la laf, 50, GO, long 62 to, 'Ipoki- tin tiiip
Andromache, Kitigflon, :.-.; f Udndtlpiu, bound to
Cadiz, out t2 days, all i. ! ' " :
The toiiovi ing report jc,t into circbtaticu after
the arrival, of the mail iQn&tmnJjh. That
the I heti.-.'capt. Cochrai!j' ar; i'c! at S..nd)-llook
-r-that a frigate of 52 guns, our o capt. Barney's
fquadron, was Jaken , by Adnr.il array's fouaT
I dron and frt off for.Haiihix, ai'ui that tiieVert was
jo puf liiit of the others. The pjjp; rs by Ahisaiav's
riiaTfdo Jot contain any'fiuiilar uctnunt. -'.mfti-TVl'K
'l1 ff'v-i "TTrTriirn ilint" thrrr nrr
Xeiters jatoMtu4roin .Ieworkhieh.-Tavetlie.'
lame, informa' ion. :
A, veffel arrj'ed ltere Lift evening in three days
from Richmond- the ct pt;;in ot which faysthe 1 he- :
l s lav in Hampton Kord lull "-Friday . ,- !'
The accountsby the 'arrival at Kew-Ybrk Tn 42
days from Cadiz, feem to'contrndict the news of Ri
chery s ha v4ngrfailed4or .-St-Jinbgojnxoni PjlliX
with Don Solana, the Spanilli admiral, as publifh
ed in the COUriFllJ FRANCOIS fee yefterdayV
Gazetfe. C- - 'v. Baltimore peper fays . : '
- Capt.J Marfliall who went out of this port iri. the
fbip. Unicorn, was executed at tape-Francois the
16th of Auguft.. "Lszzr-
"' Seven1, Tailors and the mate efjthe brig philadpl. .-.
phia, who had murdered their captain ar lea, and
who were afterward captured ..by Commodore
Barney ijwerc executed with Marfliall.,, ,.,
Hie inhabitants Here appear more nveiy ana ,
affairs wear's more favourable afptS fince thefe ..
few days pall, in conlequence of a compleat viclory
by D.e Brdges and O'Gorman over Jean ToiifFant -and
his af my,'' about I2C0 ftrong. The particulars -are,
tlfal Toullitnt attacked the camp at Jdircbalais.
De Bruges . and O'Gbrmatl tweii commanding
thre, were- apprized of his'iiitentjor.s and were
.1 prepared. "jrhietty k -was-'-begun by- .Touflajnt , .
thefngitdi troops made a falfe retrejt, drevvToul'
farit's army Into a plain, near which three coltiriins
of th'e Britifh troops were layingiu wait wiuiri at.
once fell on the brigands and tnily' about ico of ti:em
elcaped. Th FHo.lifh forcesJwVexiTiw advanced at -
jileaft 43 miles Fiirther into.the interior part of the'
country -ptaKetv icverai camps ana large quant ntcs '
"of arms and .ammuiiition. ' We foon (ball fctfl the"
good effefts of this defeat."
P Rt) VIDEN CE, Auguft 27.'
By a gentleman of undoubted veracity, from Cape
Nichola Mole, yye are infonne,d,. that iij Britifh
officers died there from the 2d. to the 17th ult. and
that the mortality among the troops-has been ro
puoifliiiibJ.y jpttzz-!'r . '
A letter from the Britifh officer btthi dragoons,
at tbcTHobv ment'ionsy tha of the feglment to
which he belongs, only three oteccrabelKleahimtelty
Extratt cf a. Utter IraTft jerenie, dated dvg. ti.
' The. troops of Cayes marched againft Irois, the
principal pod which defBndsJerrmie en the Weft
fide. The attack' Was vigorous, .but the defence
was ft ill more To; ' The befieged after Jiav ing made
feveral fuccefsful Tallies, routed art laftthe btfiegers
and purlued them to Fort Tiburon,. ,
At the fame time . the iiofts of Plymouth brrn
informed by theiftrpiesrfhat the camp of Periw was..;
left unprotected,, the, garrifon having joined the'
troops from-Cayes, they Tenj jletacjiriients to tjie
r ta Completely overawed. tla VhvT4ffrlit4rihtir4unrrvir: