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Hi friend, in its prefer ftr- ft .AbM
f.mficd Vu h, W-UjtfJMwjM not beof;.a
temper, to lend his nnuence w jiw f
iHy averte to the intrpwof ?n3rcbYj,tfec
Hut ho duukl as nearly as oOible refembbvour
mefeirrw-irthy prefuleut. cb inert, I hope, our
' country affords, and . for I fuel. a pinu, Jo far upj.
Wgment will enanie me iu , - 'r
4fl nave the honour to be cle&ed. " . '
T" Whether, eiihef, or both,,ot the two nod con
fpicuoo candidates for the chair oi ftate, come m
fer this defcription,my precm degree pt Anforma
tionwill not enable me abfolutely to determine..
Both die oeotlemeo havethelr warm, and zealous
, admirers -and both have their determined calum
""tTcef ATulJllte clamour of Pf'tyPi w. dimwit
' to diftinguifli the foal! Itill voice of truth. .But in
one thing, we cannot be deceiveoV-the public re.
coldi of our country, exhibit Mr. JefFerlon, as twice
- j...... t,,- nnfv in thfr hour or danger i once as
novernorbf Virs'inia, when die ftate was invaded,:
ad once as accrual j ; 7 1 V"
JbOsdimon to the firmnels of Mr Adams, or the
difcliarge of the Tpoft
far then as this kind of evidence .u to have weight,
the preference is certainl,due to Mr, Adams. If I
were now c,lcd t0 determine between the two,
Mr. Adams on this ground only would be my nian.
But on the other hand, it may be poffible to find
excufes for Mr. JefFerfon's condud, and many tilings
are. allediied saainft Mr. Adams, by authority which
iogbtTOrefpeclSbir, WWimiM enougfrlf Weir
fo-unded, to mafihitn forfeit all public confidence.
If any evidence 'be afforded me, that he has become,
tltt friend ol .monarchy., of hereditarhonours; or
of any kind of diftinAion lave, what virtue and ta
lents will always produce vf hut one half of the
"glories which are told of bin be .true $ no man in
the Union would reject him with more indignation
than I would, or would hold in greater contempt
the man, who under fuch derelidion of principles,
would be his id vo. ate. . v
.4 hold iTAO. be the -d7.of every cand.aate foi';
public favour, to ualifyTiimfelf. a well as his op.,
portunitics will permit to difcharge faithfully, and
for the advantage of his country, the duties ot the
uuft, whith he lolicits. .
Undor this impreflion, 1 lhall fpare no pains to
' tt K.ft iiifnrmitinn. not onW of the cha-
1VM4IIV N ... , - - j . ... .
radrN of Mr. A4ama and Mr. JetFerfon, but of
. ... .' . . ' i t
Mr. 1'incUney, mr nenry, anu mr. """i,"""
liiu rJ..L.. nrivnrr mn. tn fill the hinfi office
6f Prelident. And I pledge myfeif to my fellow-
citizens, to vote tor that man,wno to mrjuagmeni,
' after all the Information I can Obtain, lhall appear
bell qualified, and mnft likely to fupport the honour,
"and to preferve and promote the freedom, the tran-
quillty, 1'nd the prfperity of our common country.
- t -A ... ki ntiml liv the onnonents to Mv elec-
1 uwvt iw K " ' - - I -J -
ti'oii. lo be more expUcit ia favour of fflmc one .of.
tue canaiflaies, ociwc uiy ivvih .tiv..
1 am nit,' nor will. 1 be made a party man I have
already takn the groiind, which appears to me the
molt proper, and to this I (ball fteadilT adhere-
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nt anu narru-tillr men. will t confident-
ly trufti approve of the principies pn which I offer
' myfeif 'for their lervice-tbat a great majority ot
the freemen W tne autrici, are oi mia aeicripiiou,
1 eannot bring myfeif to" doubt nor can 1 douht,
that approving ot my principle, tlwy will give me
jheir warwell fupport at the election. '
I am, Gentlemen, wit!) due re(gecr.i
Yonr nioft obedient ff.rvant, , ; ; .
.. . . . fV ILIUM BFJktNS, Jan. .
Oaober I0,n) :J ' '!::- : ;
By tiit. Cbnklifltf, of tl qupjfllnea, in 19 iay
from London,- w have accounts from tnejice to tne
ntb bf September (t y days later than put Jaft) from
l,irli we'iiave.oiven fome; of We:MPrtnt
Tfie following birom the London Telegraph, of
1 . the 1 3tb Sept.
A letter, of hkh the following U a copy, con
uioinffTomntercial information ot much impor
tance,ras, on Saturday, tranfinitted by the Ame
rican cooful Mr. jobfllon. '
t . . "II, Baker-llreet, Sept. 10.
'''"" Dear SiiY-T II1""'-' -1
rt I have juft receiveda letter from Mr. Monroe,
dated Paris, Aoguft a8, in which he inform me,
that in confequeuce of the publication In the Ga
wsues. ot 4he leuer from Mtmm9lM&iJ
1 f.:-. - m Rarrk.UaiL ihAamlulLidor aLiiaUeiiA
atA'ieuiU, . I ' 4 J "
r A courier 1 !" darchel ol Qraufttrd at
the AuRrian headtqnarters inOrmany and. one to ,
coK Graliam at the AulUian head garters ia Italy.
I-C v " flpU gL 1 Ny. Septic .
Letter from Sir-John 4erva-in the Meditarrane-
1 n 1 1 ir TahIar-wiiIi r .
ianf ateP-tBat.Tuc iiJ,i"'uqK."
teen tail of the line. nno coihhmwu, pemg
houily to be"1 Joined by' admiral who, be
was informed fas qitd his Oation offVad : At,
Corlica all is proioundiy quiet. Sir John s cruuers
capture every sbing, bound u and from Leghorn .
had applied fpr information, whether orders were
ir' i'if -l . t ': (-....r.l iill-le anH hill lirrn
lauea ror me icizutc 01 w ,
informed, that no lucb order was. iaued f and fur
ther, that none fiich would be iflurd, In cafe the Uri
tt& government did'not autboriJ'e the feiiure of our
" Suppofme that this information mifeht be ufeful
fiv AlLinn . tn lYt be known to fuch of our
countrymen concerned in commerce, as you may
' Jolliua Johnfon, tfquire,
eonful to the U. S. A,
1 am. &.C.
Lettcri remaining in "the Poft-dfficc ot Fa-
r T yetteville, Oftobcr i;
TOHN BrelbaneV Malcolm Blue ;' Archibald fjook,
-J -Charles CtmvbeH, a r WilUamtarrol Donald
Campbell John Colquhoun, William Cupples,v Efq.:
- csre of A. Halliday, Malcolm. Campbell, Lpchljn
Curries Thomas Due Alexander Fergufon, 3 s
WrSy'tSngory i Samuel Hoofe", William Howard,
Daniel Hehderfo s Thomas ' ohftor Willjam
' TaAfonW'imam J6fies, Edward Jonea, Jadies
M'Neii; Efq. Gilbert M'lntyre, Vredenck Millar,
Duncan (Mariuin' Arcfad. M'Keflar, Dmu M'ln
'rnsi, John M'Geachr, Nortnand Morrifon, 2 Dun.
M'biffie Samuel MCune,Archd. M'Phaden, Robt.
M'Farlane, Tbomaa Maxwell t William Rand, efq.,
loh ReBaitt' Malcolm Shaw, Margaret Spdlar,
Tames prooi, eare 01 iv. uomiawu, ..-i.i
Tlirhn t r ytiire,- Aleir. Wstfon. John Torkr
w. ,.;vl rii'm nuirniim from our recular cor-
relpondent at Portlinouth ihe following letter :
f Arrived laft eveiiWt the Aorofaof 'New
York, from Dieppe.:.. ..By. '. yeflel we earn, t ba t
the r reach papers, wincn arrivco uu yu 3 ....
rwn,. rnmained an account of the demands made
by the French as the conditions of peace, vi. the
irrr r.;i,. w.r ..J limaica to tbe Spaoiards,
VV1SS va v viui " mm J a J
and feveral fail dXjhe line to them, and to reduce
the navy and army . immediately to the pwe etta-
blifhment. ,, , . .
A report war in circulation at Plymouth the day
before y ellerday , that the Spaiiifh and French 8eet$,
. - -1 1 .. i-:i r th Vint, were in the
bay : and that Sir J. B. Warren's fquadion has char
ed a frigate in figln of- the faid fleet.
Two of the inorhing papers difcredif the Intelli
gence in yefterday'a courier, refpeaingthe apphta
tipa ftf the Spanifli ambaffador for a paflpo. t. W
' again afl'ert' that an application has actuuily been
made, and that an embargo has beeo ordered t be
laid upon Spanifli fltips in our pons.
.Sept. 12. Utters ot intelligence were reae on
Saturday at the office of the lecretary of the admi
ralty, WhUehall, from vke-admital Macbnde, then
on the eoaft of Holland ( Iroin whence he is expett
ed to c"olire"to"Yarroouth roads very Ihortly, with
part of the fhuadron. V . , ,
. A letter has been received in town from admiral
Gardner's fleet, of lo late a date at the ill mil. dar
ed from on board tb Royal Georg. t tea by
French convoy having efcaped from Breouo? to
the Well-Indies s the force which goes with is,
joined, to the fupawfed fleet of Richen, and a third
fquaclron from L'Orieot, h ellimated at 31 fail of t he
line ; admiral GarrlwrN Heet. o.i the iR, Was eleve
iv,i,r.i,. n. t.e frmatrt. arid a fire flp, expectr'
' U, fcllb Hilly iwu - 1 - .
1 iogiMrcemerts? A'cufttr had brooght dilpatches
i ;. ! J .1... h admiral ht ordert to
ana 11 was nn gmcii ui .
go in purfuit of tfce enemy. The letter writer,
howeverdpes not pretend to fpeak with confidence,
either as to the ftregih of the enemy, or of the ex
adeffihatlon ofifie BritimlBeet, -f v . ---- -Alreport
prevailea en Satorday,that fome French
iu;nlJm,or ftam L'Orient and Erefl.had put to
fea, and found means o join citizen Rkhery'sflfe r,
lo long blockadea at vaniz, wuw. . w.." -
formidable armament.' ' . .
e.i. --.- -rti-Pff?tT-Tti:nert-which -arrwed-lalt-
night, bring intelligence of confidevaole importance.
he llitelt ot them -are 01 ic
Intelligenca has been received here of confiderabU
ad vantages bavldg beeo obtained by the united
armies ot the arch duke Charles and general War
tenfleben over that of genr Jourdan,
tuir. K... itai' ofnrril Wmrtcn
,i MoK i;niT hi maiiifeikftfa oDDoiite to Schwart
icenfeldt, with two different sors betides toward!
Nerbourg and Schwairdorff, where he remained
while general Jourdan'a army advanced near him ot)
rlie oppofite fide of tha river, In three divifwna, of
which he himfelf commanded the centre. , TJuis wii
about'tbe aoth or sift of Aoguft. - -
lliattlie arciiauxe, auer oanuwmw
lition near the confluence with the Danube j Ink un
grand army in face of general WartenJleoeiii aao
ther divifioo of the Frcach, tinder general Cham
pionet, was advancing towards Ratilbon, bU royal
btglinef after leiving a ftrong' eorpe behind the
Lec),, jto .obJirrve gral ! Mee laareMsl gnf
the Danube with the, remainder (about forty
Tand men) and palled ipai river as hiSuhk..,
bout the 17th or i8th'; That from thence fieiad
vanced by Dietfurtto Teining, wiere he met the
advanced polls oil geffljOiJwpio"" diWii?
them bttck, and followed them towards teltel,.o
the way to Amberg. That by this tlme.-eiieral
Jourdan took alarm, and recalled his troopa towardf
Amberg, and in proportion a be retreated, general -Wartenfleben
advanced. That between Amberg
and Soltzbachy gena JooTdan drew epbiearmyw;
and a battle ftilued, in which the Auftfianai wer
victorious. That the lofa of he f',hi;
occafion, was fuppofed to befive thoufand killed.an
two thouland made prifoner, witk aboue Jthtrtr?
pieces of cannrtn. That the whole of the Autlrlane
war not engaged, bot a confiderablccorps waa 4
tached at the tame tinte fQ Hurfpruchv Lauff, airt
Nuremberg,' of which city the Auflrian took pof-
ARMY or TH6 RHINE N MbSEtLS, y
Headquarters of the rigH wing iff tht ermy ef itv
- Rhine and lAoftUet Mcmmingen, 4gfl 14-
We yefterday gave a drubbing te the army at
the prince of Conde. They atfwked a alwa -o'clock
in the niorniugi our advanced guard was
furpriled, but the whole van, nder the rjwnmiHl
of Abbatucci. was foon under arms. Our light r
tilUry was fr well direfted.hat 500 Coodeane rt
malned dead en the field. a .s
1 .1...., . a fhockinz nine
l law Tiwwi jniw-7 1 - t -
-the waoJe-fieldotbsttle ftrewed with dead men.molt
of them having belonged te tne nooie vimi.c.,.,
the Chevaliers de la Cooronne, and the Legion ot
Mirabeau7 A general officer.the ei devena maroute
de Goulet, died f his woonda at M mdelheim f the
Duke fe Rnghein had h horfe killed ralmoft all
oof volunteers took CrfTes of she order of St. Lo"'"
and if matters go oft in the fame manner, ; ww lbeU
have aa many knlghta of that order moi3 oM
foldiers, as there are among the Emrgranw. i ne
army of Conte abandoned to uathe field ef battle.
nd retreated behind Windelheim, m the roM t
Aufifbtirgh. whefe rh&m&f!!"-
f Our lofs is confiderably Inferior te that wf tUl
enemy. It was the artillery which ? !Jl "
knd they hardly had any.' " - 3. E.EBAKBI&-
V Nothing can he nwre cTrtain thaii linat" tijpr
Empire, for the purpoTToreTfeiffg" feenWl peie
vauavn asi TFm naiwr-rn ua riiw i.Diitniuif i
tain, that the conditions of this peace snre dic
tated by the French Republic, and thatttiey '
as will take from oir enemies the power ordiRorti
ing ns for a long time. ; The VmK of TWflia plsa
a erear parr in 111c ptcuim' --r 1 .
them oneJy one frem the jnterefts : of theTTouHT 6T
fofitf MBLET, P. M.
I'M. VkrietT .& J3JJ1NKS for falc t tWi Of,
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... tier. -:r;". .
VflC fJI IllWi'e -r f s s. ,
eonfideration, ftatea pbfttlvelv, lhat the execotive
direftory have determined to invade Portugal. e-
lsr Mi U faidT4eii.appointe
f ..u . j.a:n,l for tkt enterorize. vmcliT
iiicrmuiiui'cuiHiiivn - a t r . ...
tneonttfreraixoo-menv - ' - r-r
The bufmef. in the admiralty department is ne- 1 p"- We rtoW learn .
the times., that Beards are held every day tor tne mar . mJ neeeVi'
y- YyifMr. Hunter, iun.acconn
. . ,r. iitnktrnri ior
or a courier, ler nrt i
the marquis of
.. tt : e..: r Lector Madrid Wnhdiioatch
ies for our Minifltr at the court of Berlin, m wnh
. A'r ,..s r 1 v... . :
: Mr; Sebright, atnellk keiengtog teSir Moitpn th parpofc,
- . I . i : .. -. ; Jw 1-
PV5S qUiS.P,e0.rat;on..rem.kinEwitb;,he .
Ofw. ii rrryii""
- n. '. j -I. H .. J.n.rtnirllisr delCCnt OH
activity in jiic-wm ,vr"' ' r n r
tnciand. 4Q,,OBvnai yT -
gft!;: Z ::9yftHPPP:p
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