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L O N D 0 N, November S'.
The iniiaoitants of Mode n a and Regg'o, at fif
instance of the French (Mrom he had qifended by
fuppTing Mantua with provrfions) have fhakeu o'u
,.. thdominioa-ijE the. Duke llsMfevcT ?ignw-U-i
In co'nTequence of ths disturbances in Delfaft, ti e
play-houfe has been Mut up, and a large. force under
Lord Carthampiori, is undec orders far'that neigh
;J0.yrhop.d.J, " Accorjinfto pmlite letters"from. the Cape, th
mare of prize money to each captain of the (leer,
under Sir Keith ElphinltoiW will amount to pool,
llening. - ,
A letter! from Van Halten, the Dutch miriifter at
Vienna, has been publiihed at the Hague. .It dated
that the French niefleriger who had arrived in that
city from Italy, having received his Imperial ma
jedv's anfwer, was on theeve pf his returtl. His
niiilion has been folely to notify to the Emperor the
iecelfion of the king of Naples from the confedera
tion ; to demand an exchtnge of prifoners, and for
this purpofe a partial, or a general truce; and to
MmHJce WeeWnal roirrnhe-fireftoryT:o:re
volntionize the conquered provinces of Italy, par
rioilarly Lombardy, and convert Ui em into an in
dependent republic, under the protection of France,.
jhoul.i the Emperor long permt in ic war,
lencaiTdtlie ifTue of Adm. LucasVexpeditiwa
gainft the Cape. - -'
iln the TexeFthere - were feveral veflHs of war,
but few only of.them-were ready for Tea,
Several vtffeU freighted with Britifh coods hd
been allowed lo land their cargoes, and it was be
lieved that the recent prohibition agaralt their mi
port; which was virtually abfolute, would liortly.
be annulled. 'v
November to. We are for ry to announce the death
of Captain Strangeway9, of the marines, M'ho was
wounded m the gallan,t action ol the oratton wan a
French Iduadron. laft fumnier otF the Dutch coaft.
The ball entered the upper part of his hip, and, be-'
iiii; deeply leated, could not polhbly be extracted
without imminent danger. From the time of his
receiving the wound, till his. death 6n Friday, he t-
penenced the molt excruciating torture, tie lias
been buried at Chatham with mi lit airy honours" I
" " The marriage of the Prince of Wurtemburg to
, the Princefs Royal will be privately folemnized in
. thf great, saloon arthe Uueen s liouie ; by the Arch
bi (hop'of Canterbiii yj aiuded by the Biihop of Lon
don. ' 7 :- r
The Spaniards have at length gravely fat down
. before Gibraltar forgetting no doubt, the fatal nth
hearts ot"oak? andred hot balls.
ttil with extreme" concern
land, where,' initigied, doubtlefs, by the emiflaries
of the French, the. deluded people have- beeq induc
ed to take, up arms, and to commit afts.of open re
bellion, for th exprefs and avowed purpofe of Tub.
verting the eftablimed couftitution of the country.
Ou r readerswill recoiled, Jhajt '. at J.heimc.3srhm
'- 6uT-Ti5foraation' confined exclufivejy to ourfelves,
we'announced to the public the fixed(determ'ination
" of the French government "to invade the European
territories of G. Britain,we exprefsly flated their
reliance on a powerful diverfion.in Ireland, where
they.-boaltad having .fecured, no Jefj .than. So.ooq
friends.Whert jwe-connel-this-eircumftance -with-tfie
fpeedy communications of the intelligence of
the I ate events to the Executive pireclory of France,
not a reafonable doubt can remain that JtJhe French
have maintained a correfpondence with the mal con
itents in Ireland, and have been influenced by a pro
mife' of co-operation on their part, in their deter-
---mination-to exeut-therafli 4n4daring"prje& ;-f-an
invafion., We have only to hope, that the pub
lic fpirit of the country wil,I berouzed to exertions
adequate to the becafion, and we maythen bid defi
ance to the molt delperate machinations -of our ene-,
mi; whether foreign or domeflic. '",
-.French papen received yefterday, on which we leave
our readers to make their own comments, only ob-
hirty tbutifand ftanci q '"
-iifrcHy 'arnicljiaTiivj? the
arirs by th inrurgfiits ,
y anticinatir.ir the. kicce.s, yvtvn waicii uieir
trinds- inHh:at"caWryi'iaS"dSwbtlefs. ftattef.td -.t-fiem,"
from the. meafure .which' 'had been pitvioudy ar
ranged between them. " "
This morning arrived ai the vjeneral Pofl-Cffice,
a mail from Hamburgh,' tlie only one due.
The packet by" which tiiis. mail was conveyed,
jrbuglit over his lereue hTglinels the' prince ot .YV ur'
ternburg, btfothed to our piinceis royal. He
landed fafely at Yarmouth, at eight o'clpck Veftei
dnynitirning, ad afrrrairfng'fo'ttie refiefliiiien-rrr
the Angel-Inn, fefoff for town. All the officers on
duty at Yarmouth attended, his ferene highnefs on
his departure. : "
The information brought by the Hamburgh mail
confirms an article in our paper of yefterdayfrom
Obblentz, brought to us by the way of Holland,
dating that the French had, in the Hundfiuckt at
tacked the whole extent of the Auftrian line from
Blingen to Keiferllantern, and had carried all the
imperrarpdits7atrer"an (Obfhnate Tetitranre-on-t!
part ef the Au(frian$, who fuliaiticd a great lof5
It alfo confirms what has already been imperfectly
dated, that the whole of Moreau's army had crcT
fed the Rhine after the defeats it had foltained.'
private accounts which have been received in this
country and the fubdance of which we have given
above, the -date of Ireland, conneSed with the
knowledge whicluiie French have difplayed of the
proceedings in that country (tho for obvious rea
fon8 they thought proper to exaggerate them) war
rant the fuppofition that a trealbnable correfpon-
, dencefubfifts between the Irilh mal-contents ancr the
- - Freochgovernmenr. - This - fuppofition' is farthe r
confirmed by the following .extraordinary circum-
. stance : "v Y .
About tke time when the infnrgents feized the,
gl,"Pow Bfaft 'a veffejl erj
tered the.harbour;and whether from not perceiving
fotne figns which Ihe. expected to fee, or from not
' finding the perfons ihe expected to meet, immediate:
ly veered about, snd attempted to make 01T, but
" beingpurfued.by .a cuftom-houfe cutter was overta
ken and brought back. On ' fearching her, no pa
; pen .whatever, were found ; bui her cargo confifting
of fifteen thoufand (land of arms (doubtlefs fent by
"by the French) was fecured. It was, probable, the
Jiope that thefear mi wonld
induced the French, to PubliOt their- account of a
Vienna; Nov. 2.
It'has been mmoored here, for leveral d a ys paft,
that a Fjepch cohimilTioner 'tar expected-i ivtjm api?
tal to treat for peace. Every thing, however, will
depend upon the turn which "the Englifh negotiation
mav take arTarls. The French, courier is Hill
here. ' "
His majefly has ordered general de Vins, who
has completely juftified his conduft in Italy, again
to join the army in that quarter. In conlequence
of this order, he fet out on Jus "march thither, 011
the 20th inlt. with a confiderable body of troops.
Accounts are Ihortly expected here of the opera
tions of the powerful corps ui:der gen. Alvinzy a
gainft gen, Buonaparte. .- .
BANKS OF THE RHlNfi, Ocl. 3 1.
Official report trnimitted by his royal highnefs
the archduke Cliarlesr tiarori deHualthe iinpe
rial comniiifioper at jlatitbon, dated Fribouro Oc
" General Moreau, who had retreated with his
whole army to the en virons of Friboiu g,, was on
tlie point of crclTing the fclz, as- t was luppolcd,
with a view of proceeding towards Kchl, to deliver
that fortrefs which was olockaded by the Aullrians.
As foon a I received information of this movement,
f-ferdot for Olfenbourgrbut did not fncceed tmtil
the 17th, in uniimg my . corps d' annes to generid
executive (l'reftory in th name of the French
republic. It he citizen Chafles de la Croix,
the kins of the. tvo Sicilies, the prince, d ;
the chamberT and envFxjfira6Fdin
Kmiiiifter plenipotentiary near his Catholic
majdty; to treat in their name on claufes and
"co'fid ifionsi' pi d.pief.to"fitablifh'ttirgoi6d uii
derltanding and friendftiip between the two r
powers, which after havinc exchanired their
relpediv:e full power, have agreed on the
idllowmg articles: .
Art. 1. There will be a peace, fnendfhip
and good underftanding, between the French
republic, and his majelty the kirg of the two
Sicilies. In conference thereof all kinds of
hoflility are definitively to-ccafe, to reckon 1
from the day on which the exchange of the
ic ratifications of the prcfent treaty fhould take "
vrplace. In the mean while, and until that
uuie, ine coiiumons uipuiaieci ny me armii
ticei concluded on the. 17th Prairial, 4 year,
anfwering to the 5' h of June, 1796, fhall
con f inn pin thpir full pftp,
2. All prior a&s, enaacrfments, or con-
ventions, ou . the psrt of .cither .of jhetwo .
La tour ; I then fixed my encampment in front.,of
. . 1 rr' rr- t 1
tierboltlheim. 1 he enemy nad poiieneo tneniieivcs
of the important heights fituated on the right bank
of the Elz, and occupied the villages htuated in the
ifr:tfic;ontccjnem:e ot. gen LstMr- s
troops labouring under., exceffive . fatigiie-.:1ia ving
made feveral marches in very Bad roads', T'was" forc-
The enemy, however, attacked on tnat day, and
notwithilanding they had in the firlHnftance fdnie
fuccefs, they were in the event forced to refume the
ground they had quitted.
" On the loth I 'attacked at every point, and in
fpite of jhe advantage of tnerJieigntsueenemy
noflefled. the bad roads, and.a continued rain con-
llant ly oppofing frefh obft acles to our inarch, the
enemv were driven from the heights, and forced to
crofs from the other fide of the Liz. Gen. Warten
fleben, who conducted the attack at the head of the
column, was dangerowfly wounded. ' .
i he lucceis or mis action wj uuc 10 mc un.:u
trv rhTcavalry nottbhglib1eoa?F; IVTuctrd'intt
culty was found in bringing up to the heights a few
gups.. ' 'J,-.-.- ..'.'' '; . .. " '"'--
'"" The eriemv loIV iSoo meti in killed and wound
ed, about 120a prifoners and a gun. One of their
genera is of-divilionBe anpuiSrWai-k il. led
o . . ' t- 1 .1 r.-i . - r . 1 .
" On the 2Qtn, 1 croueu incr c-iz, ana toimcaa
contracllng parties, which might be contra
ry to the prefent treaty, are hereby repealed,
and iliall be cpnfidered as null therefore,
in the courfe jpf the prefent war,' none of
the two cbntrading parties fhall "furnifh to .
the enemies of the other, any fuccour ei
ther iri-frnnns- fliins. nrn.s. arrimiini'tinTi
.... ......r. .. , 1-7. ... . v ,
provifions ; or money, on' any "confideration
or under any denomination whatever. . . . .
l J His majeftyihe king of the tw'o Sicilies,
fliall obferve the mod exact neutrality to
wards the belligerent powers, wherefore, he ; '
engages to interdict, without any diftinOion,
.the acce;rs..in all his ports, to the armed yel.;;
ft;Js belonging to faid powers, which fhall ex
ceed: the number of four at niolL after tJ:e
rules prefcribed'ebneerning the neutrality are
known. Alt kind or. lupphes of zmmuni- :
tion or merchandize knowrTunder' the nitme
of contraband, will be refufed them.
4. All pofllble iafety ami-protection .to-
wards; and againft al 1 will be granted in-thcj
po.rts.iindJiarb.ours. 01 the two Sicilre's, tp all
French merchantmen, in whatever, number -
thej are, and to all the Imps or war ot- the
republic, when they fliall not exceed the
number mentioned in the preceding article.
.. c. The, Frirnrh rennbiTc an(Thts inMtrFw -
tlie ing of the two Sicilies, mutually engage
to grant a : replevy for all etl'ecb, goods,- in- "
come, and feized property which have been
fequeilrated, and afterwards fprfeited and .
detained from citizens and fubjeds of both
powers, inxonfequence of the prefent war,
and to admit them refpectively to the lepal
to them. - " ' ..:'
6. AH th'? prifoners taken on .both fides,
including all feamen, will reciprocally be fet
at liberty in a month, to reckon from the day
on-w hich the ratifications of the prefent trea .
nnAion with aetieral Nauendori's corps, which had
penetrated to the other fida of Vald Kirch. JBut asj
the lett wine ot cen, Laiuuravuiii iwm uui uc
brought up in time. -it being neceflary to contlrucl
a hndcre in ficht of the enemy, I was obliged to
content my felf with diflodging the rep.nblicans from
feveral villages on the other fide of the Elz, and
taking up a pofition with my army onjlie left bank
rtf that river. . r - rr -
" This morhing every difpofitlon was pide for a
new: attack, but the enem v ;YwV- MtWated; during
th ni iht. I inflantlv let out in purfuit of them,
and came up with their rar guard, at- this place
(Fribonrg) the flight ot tlie enemy, vs. ,0 precrjii-tatef-thar.:acr4rtUng:to
repTrts 1 have this inftiint,
received, a part of their army has procet tied iniel
utmolt dfqrder towards Brifcah and Huningen."
y TR E A T Y 0 f PEACE, ' -
Concluded bet-wten the French Republic and his-An-
II. .1 1" (Tilf t .
aeDis tney may nave contracteaaurjng tneir
captivity: the fick and the wounded fhall
continue to be taken cafe of in the refpeclive
hoipitals, they will be liberated immediately ,
.7.-10 give a proof of his" friendfhip forthe
French republic, and of his fincere defire to
cherifji and maintain a perfect harmony be
tween the twp powers, his majefty the king-
ct the two bicilies, agrees to caule to be fet
at liberty all and every French citizen jho,
on account of their political opinions refpecV
irig the'French revolution, nuiditiuive been-
arretted, and detained i:r ' his dominions,
and to. caufe. tp ; be reflored to theni alfo, all '
kinds of property: hoth moveable and jm-v
moveablewhich for the fame caufe may
have been fequeltrated or confif'catcd. ' .
BrBy theJame r
ed the preceding articles, his majefty the
Jin pthe two Sipli.es' .engage himfelf td r
caufe tobe made all proper refearches' to en-
1 1 1 - - 1 .i ' ... r ;..n
aDie mm to cucover oy me means-oi juiuce,
total inlurreft ion ia Irelandt and ot the feizureT
' jefty ' the king of 'Naples.
The French" republic and his majefty the
king of "the-two Sicilies equally ' animated
Hwith the-defire of feeing the- advantages, ot
; peace to fucceed to , the treat misfortunes
and toldeliv en to the rigoTpf jhe JaAv the
perfonsw ;ho robbed -at Naples iniCjhe
paper s, &c. belonging to thelate- mini jjer oiTr
French republic. '.-.,-. '.." ' ' : " :""''1"'v :
0- The embalTadors or minifters of both