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jsYEfYEVl EE E, ITVERTISER.
FATETTEriLLE :Pvbi.Uhib iVsrv SATURDAY by HOUGE an iiOYLAK.
: ; . SAT U R DAY, December 31, 1796.
LONDON, October 15.
' u Thta day the rViiniiler, Lord Mai.tdbufyet off
for Farts. Much is laid about the appearances of
tumlv manv.. imnnrtanr points Inr diiruflinn. and
iu(l take uu lonietinv taninhsllate tjt. tiling, one
woiuu minx, would compel now parties tone mo
titrate : but tlrcr'e is no accounting l,r national
- pr'ide-and prejudices. I t(unk that tne winter will
ttnaUilj kic die war tho' many ihiirk different
Frnm rh (am OeV
. " ! 1iaV iio"fieS t6 adv!e of.fUrljie nhaii I. had
writ en the Ijt'i. lord Malnifbury rmsg .nrfor fa
tis,. and will probably get over the Cnanncl. this
day. Mich conjecture and anxiety nrj then
i!tie not icem to be any well made opionoin. "It l"
"bilked of That
year, is to lay a tax on all the capital of the na'icti
equal to his want; and 35 millions are funpoid to
lv .-c t
VK uci-xuitiy. . --- ;
Another mail from Hamburgh arrived yeilerdty,
being the lalt but one of "the three which were due,
The molt 'Important intelligence which it Contains
. n uw narrative ot tne norm lines which general
Moreau has had to ludain in his retrear; We have
no accurate acctftiuf . however, or hi loGVt. or even
r' his true politiun. In one paper it is laldJieJias-
... 1 -ll 1 - . I f-T ' . n .
.7 Mm- KJttHju iiia-ii . 111 Diners, mat nis tones Jut been
rery inlighihcant ; and every other article relped
in e the march of the armies, is eauallv Ui.il.ilnl
Ulm, in one letter, is laid to hair lurreridercd bv
I . . i . .1 . . . . : . ; A
I... .1..' L' L - I- 1 - t " 1 1 ' .
y le V5 ,,n llle 'Knt 1 from all tl.ele ton.
IiadTSory rontoorTit pirat '.thrnothlit'jiinK-ife
Or autiirntic was known tn the inurnalifla
kihlertlaf this retreut : and we lif nnk rhu M
. 9 -"- . . if.u
reau i i" full niarrh, -with imh a fl at tiothis pur
i i . 110 ic.icai tiiiiinc niAjor part
of his army s a circumllance which the great zra
. 7 lots in the pt ofecution of t he -war thought it im-
polfible that lie fliould efrVa.
" - " i lie Vienna Hiiette contaiua a number nfAmt.'.l.
-j frotrr Italy, in which w ijirt Lgiven to jimleritand
y that Wurmler's htuation was muih Itfs dilallrotis
than the rrench papers announced it to be.v Pri.
ate letters from Bremen, Uate arious reportu of
-V.-"--' uuuuaiiiic , Ml IIIIC IIC IS laid
to be killed, in another. u be a priloner t but the
" whole ot the flory, in all It verlions, bat to little
; -barartrof probabHiryas tar be ciifitTeOoTiiJ
- cr.pitit.' , 7 ; -'" '
The pofition of gen. BournonU!e is f0 ftrong
aud his army is lo much re-inforced, that the jour
-V'ls 'ayjie is begibtiing hoflile operations j htit no
wat, on the ift inlt. at Grabrn.
Srtcriayjmptmogar a courier from Sir
Hamilton, at Naples, and alio i the fecond of the
Tthree ma.lt t hat w? re-du-from Hamburgh ,-wir.h
lttiets from thrncr of the 7th Inlt.. ", . '
It will be recolleded, thai the lalt, letters from
gen. Buonaparte were dated the 1 6th of J'ept. aod
only gave an account of the operations ot his army
to the i jth iilf. They merely refpefted the evems
u.u.ii-vi mil iMiiiiui, ui aui not a
V.J- - . i . i i ..... .
: in the
Hedift'the Vilnna CrinwazetteoiiiyTrgaTJ
: t'n..Wurnifer's operations to the 1 5th t there is of
i.V'Ur(e no mention Piadeof the battle of St. George
,-whioh happened on the 14th hear the gates of Man
tua; and the refult of twhich according to the
Uke-relune in that f..i-tr.(V :iab;k
would capitulate in a few davs. fiuonaparre has
nor, however, fnccecded In hi
Accf?rt,,n?. to ,he dvices from Naples it appears.
Jha? ffiaJd-niarflval Vornifemadefome jpriiea
ttthOlft, 32d, and ajdilt. and attacked and de
featedtbjr Fnck oo-aacb of thofc-dr-neorDiiBr
,v,ia( uciwcrn ivjantua ana ve-
rtditary dominions, whq.are ftot forward in wag- i
gens, in order to expedite tlieir protefi.' Wr may
hope llut this uimv will (ion be in a (tare. 1. a't ,
?itfeTif,vTry j auiTTo retake the A Dole "country of
T IT h M, A P A 1? T V "
Not Satisfied with beating the Pope's foldi.
crs, jepms 10 aipire at tne rapal dignity; him-
lett. 'ihat General has Tiled a Pi-nrlamari
oil refpefling the provifional Adminil rarinn
of the principality b'J rent; By oce ot the
article he rePi-''v-Q tn hitnMf
appointing to the vacant Prebendaries The
ivriteuncil:oF-i rent,- iormerlycal -
icu me Auiic yuncn man continue all thur
civilj judicial and .political lunciions veflei
in them by the Jjiws and (government of the
country.;-, " . , .
'2.lhe authority (fxerciled by the Emne
ror over the Dnnrinnlita-rvf Trn.r fball h
.... .. r ' 7 . "1 Zf , -" " -v-.. v.
iTituaierrea to tne council 6T Irene. .
1 All the Prince' rviri!ipe ar.rl tri
Ceivers of taxes of evefv fri-nnminalirtri fiSi.31
6" v yuuiljiULUli,
'. 1 1 ' ! J' A a
A.- Iheiniiarn of Trpr
able to the ReDUtiHr fnr th rpvpniipc nf i-Kp
Prince and the Emperor. '1 hey are of cotirfe
expc&ed jto guard againll impolitibn aijd
Fraudi ... --, - .
tm A li foreitmera rf- tw h a tpwr 1-y nrtf w -frir
ever, fliall be ablic-ed m nuir th Srarpa
Trent in twentv.finur hnnrsj Th Pnnnril
j -t'w avaM VlUllVtl
(hall fill no th varar.riVs. iitJi no
nncipahtv. " - ,
6. All 'the Canons of Trent, not beini?
natives, ftiall imme'diately depart froni its
territorits. The Canton fhallrneefj for the
purpQ.'e ot ncrniinatihtp the vacancies. They
fhall deliver a triple lift of all perlonsfo no
minated, and the commander in Chief" will
prefer to the vacancies. - .
IrA U U E, beptember 17
tion forbidding the importation of Britifli
orders of the Britifh minifter, allowing the
j t? 1 . .1 - ti -'"i
idiioii iroiii iiigrauu. 10 me unitea
1 rovmces Ot all kinds -ot tmrrrbandtze- in
rieUtrat VefTefs. It then AlUtmo
" - m.K uivu waiawa VII .!! 1- ft
dua of the Englifli JnfeizirifrtheiDutch J
....10, tunvuidiiv near au Jiuiiafcu ncniy
laden -'with- In IianI nfb.s -ffr&nAa r niot 'Hvi
dids the u'es which Pitt means to make o'
carry on the war, and prorratt a general
peace, it nonces tne exciulion ot our allies
into a conntiftion with the enemy to the ruin
of the country, in cafe it appears that after
t herofhtilgatK; n of the" prel en t procii m
ion thejrhad any knowledge of it, and hav -not
iuiormed the fccetsf conroTs and liccn. '
ces wunm 14 npurs, or have not miormtd
the adminiilratibii bf the place whtie they
dwells ; ; - A ' :r
4- It h alfo forbidden, under the fame pe
natttesyto the inhabitants ot this Republic,
to accept or pay any bills of exchange urawu
iioin G. Britain. - " -
. ,5...1iie exact execution of our prefent fe
rious retbluucai Jsconri4e4:fu
particular injunction to neglcwt 1,0 nutans to
watch over luch an irntifitia'iniruirli-.fKii''.
authority, tp eltiiblifli in the nevtliaiy placu,
iuch extraordinary lurveyois, receivtrs u
wiv. 0.0, iu uiy niituu,e..iiccfeiiaryj-in oi1-
ucr us luan our iHientions.
6 The committee of the affairs tt.-no
rine is aualititd. in caie of the
9 t w im v .
tec, s, prphjbitjtJnJamcle-t
fLANO (without form ot procels upen 1,$ '
reipohfibilitv. the cofrnlcarinn. snfrrr rt .
the depolit in the necdiary mai-ints, nun-
Uoned m articiiraTln contequenct,-ni thi
reiuecc. the oiuinarv ir.rm of
regard ta the marine rights, and to every
Contravention of the nlaratd
i. " ' r - SVaVa ilia
lUDltCt wii Ln lnali remain 1n:i pt. '.a-j 1 ti'ii n
reipea touEofe who fhall prtitnt then.jtivts
as uerenaers m ine attairs abovtir-enticntd. .
uniedand ftuck. ud. We t -n4
the fupremc authorities to n.ake t. encce.-
41 j uwpvnuuusjiii oruer mat our preunt t D
ject may be duly effected ; ind nxre tip .
ciany to direct ail the municipalities in each '
province, to lend every aflfcce to the coH;;
uiiuctr, ior me Ttnairs or tne marine,, aid "
to funnort ir acrainft all nnnn(jt.'nn .k .. '
comphlhment ofthe durjles impofed on cur
committee by our prefent proclamation.
- 8. this oroclamation fhall he ffnr In '
committee, for Ihe affairs of. the marine,
and for the Katf.lrwlia t&A in nA, ... i
as information and advice .to fherh.
Donein-thc-Natioriai Affcmbly aV the
Hague,Sept. t6? 1 796",iecond yearxf liaraviun '
Liberty. Signed J.-1. CAJViiilkK; -
an-v thin that had nailed in the Tv iwli.fr 1 deprecatin
Vtemiiy-iOteiite. The''hTWniatronnP3A minifter; proclaims
ucpiccaung me miidious policy ot the Eng-
i. It (hall not he
the UmtecL Provinces; any Britifli manufac
tures whatever, any Britifh merchandize in
general, and particularly any effects of what
ever.aturetheyarehr Eaft-India company feized or carried to G.
Rntain. in anv TnanTier. nr imdor -mn m.
I text,- vhelheriheJaideffecs ome-direSly
. .2. Upon the importation of alleffefts-of
this kind.'thev fhall he firfi ronfiff ar.t rn tk
7 - " -r-.T -wvw.vm . V
JLnmheAaftrbarmyitrtnd nearMantua, is by no
bicjil hi mat ciiirrejiea ntuation in which Buona
Irtc s official report aflerted It to bet and that we
may (till hope to receive ere long fome farisfaaofy
: stews from that part of the theatre of war:
, The prWrefc of gen. Davidovich in the Tvro-.Jefeand-his
march to Trente, notiqed in the Vien
na Court Gazette confirms our former eonjeciare,
th, Bopttaparte may be hemmed in between that
l'Pe,r Vy no means improbable, when we confide r,
"at thB rifltlajt army in the JTy rolefe is counYnlly
Jeinlorced b-Jtefh. troops fionjtlie Imperor'a he
VtCtfrfrir 1- I ritrrt frnnt A 'Jl itt.L - .
noned the negociattoh about to take jlce betwetil
backrrihe-a&thr-rrhefe event, evTrl
.n,t .1.- A.Arl.. MrZZ.ZlZ""'V "J--rA i;r--J .t- r-1J '-I .: I ' & ""'"v. viuoi imagine n mat
UtUC 111 ajCTIJUL. . dJIU 11UL LU I JCT II J 11 1 1 1 Tl T I I 1 1 I nrnnurA o lulnanhnn f l.slll.al a r..a. a. - . .
thaw be-u'teriorly demanded on the part of
theBatavian people. '-P-
3. All perfons who may have participated
NEW-Y ORK. TWmK.,r
In a few days, theckuensof NevviYork will et.
.enbn herfor! TrFpWtlr-T.xT"
torgrels. 1 he two candicates are James Watfrn
reP ftablejaleriUMt wbigrnd a firmlriendro:"
the adminijtration of the Prefidcnt, N r. Living.
rtonra lawyer, ot relpetiable talents alfo, has taken
a decided part in oppofuion to that good patriot,
tlie ilJnftrious AVafhington. - Between tl.tfi-eat:dr-eL$ll
?!tlsst!l miJLdtxUet-i-rthrrtr-f "
tlie fenfe of the citieeha fttioMJkfeitlMitteiB;
we tnav know whether
the adnumjl ration eJ the f recent,' or t , for what.
ns r hranaM
euber of theandidateaj thia irihe bhTyquenlon to
. lMwitm M-' 1 .k.. - IT- ' . L &
v,- . ' -' - - -- J . f vu
direclly or indirectly in fuch importation, or
ifhn miv Kiva ttmit I if in uknl. n
fignment fuch effecis" may have been addref-1
"(aA jfi-j x. ;..,t j 1 i
l.u iU fcAJJCUllCU Willi lilCll JV11UW1CUKC, Iliail
be "not only refponfible independently, and
hefirle rnnfifrotiAn eif the efTioAo Kit iflioll
uiur uomicue, as nviug iwicKeaiy enierea
o ' ' " 1 " 11
Produce a rufnenfinnof linnilitir f.. .h
i " r iiiic,r .
One letter of Oftober fi. Mch n,.m inn. ri..
babijity of a Spdnifh and Englifb war, obferves, ft
is even fait?," that orders afe illu
neutral vrflels hound to Spa 11 Kh fortsof ccurf
Amerxa will not enjoy that advantage tom the war
which tierfiruation anjiy have led her 16 e'xpea.,
Decenter 9. i;hTSjgheft .complimesH, terh
ererpaid to u6icvfru,.bf been enbibited by the
leg.natures of feverai States, in ordering the lata
addxefs of the Prenderrt to the people of the d
States, to He enrrxt n tliair in..V. -
-with their lava. ' . . . r
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