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F A YE TT E TM ADVERT ISER.
SATURDAY, .February 111797. '.;
"FHE death of the king of Sardinia has
i given quite another turn to our affairs.
The people were icarcely informed "of "that
event, when the peafantry in Piedmont op
pofed,: with force of arms, the march of a
corps of French through our territory, and
our government has not yet taken any mea--fures
againit the ftep taken by them.
tbelkTiowiog words contajked in the note of Baron
D'Egleman, on the 4th ofjorie laft :
" TV bpeffic!oo8xf' tbar'will in no wife pre
vent his Imperial majefty fiai-being ever ready to
concur, agreeably to' any farm of negotiation which J
uiau. uc awpiea, m concqri wirn inc ouiigcrcni
powervitf- the difcuffioa ef proper means tor pat
tine a flop to the further effiuuon of humanblood.'iJ
This note was frefented oftqr tix ana; (lice was brtkrn.
FRANKFORT, October 22.
The public attention is now fixed on the
fate of Kehl, on which the archduke intends
- this day to make an attack, and which the
French have "made the mod vigorous prepa
rations to defend to the utinoft extremity The
fucceis of the archduke in this arduous un
dertaking, feems doubtful
-The works of Huningen continue to be
bombarded by the Auftrians, but nothing de
cifive has hitherto happened in that quartet
Ttr a.. ..1 , ti .1.'
yve uauer ouneives rnat an armiitice, Dotn
-on the "Upper and -Lower Rhine, will - foon
be concluded, for which purpofe propofals
have been made by the French.
PARIS, November 1 ji
We tender the fame advances to Aaftria
which - GreaNBritain has made to us. It is
now certain, that the meflenget of ltate, who'
was lent to Vienna from the army of Italy,;
was charged with difpatches, containing the
propofal of a feparite peace with the erape
ror and efpedally the demand of a paflport
for a negociator Thefe paflports, it appears,
have been granted, as a miflrftef. plenipoten
tiary has been appointed to gdto Vienna. He
is a general. People may be apt to fu'ppofe
it is Pichecrur loufdanrMoreurHdcheror
fome other generaJ, furrounded at Jtaii by
tne ipienaor or military lucceiles: and able
to command fame by glorious exploits. No
fuch thing, He is an Irilhman, of the name
of Cfarke, who is not known at all but as a
; general ;.who-has never conduced the moft
infignificant neffociation : who., .has- never-
"been employed inHFdTofomafif'rarpf'r- anrl
v&o for a long time part has made his cam
paigns in the offices of the committee of
. public, welfare, and in thofc ofthe directory,
; U f u;.r . r .1 i ..,.v -- ,. 1
;v ju mc uduiy ui inc tuier 01 ine ropograpni
cal department. Is it then fo utterly iniDof-
fible to find among Frenchmen men able to
ferve the republic, that a foreigner, an Irilh
man,' mu(i be- entrufted with the1 moft im-
portant million? :
Be this as it may, while the public expeds
to be informed of the endowments of this
newambaflad6f, gefiefalXIarke is to take
the route jof Italy, to confer with gen. Buo
naparte before he proceeds to Vienna.
nuwjeyeri ir itm negociatori; prmgs us
mi 10 nor. 1 y 1 7y. 1 -
Of the Miuiflerfor forclgnajpffrsU lie preceding note.
The anderligned, in reply: to your fecond note
yeflerday, is ordered by the executive.. directory, to
declare w you, that lie has nothing to add to the
anlwer which ha.s been -ajdrfrelled to you. He is
alfo iiirtrocted to atfc ydn, wetheFn eachlsfficial
communication which fliaUakc. place between you
andhim, .iff will-be neceffary '.for you to fend a cou
rier to receive fpecial inltrftirtns? "
' ' Charles 'Delacroix.
Paris, 23d Brumaire, Jtftyeart
. , NOT
From Ltr J Matmef&ury h iht Mtnlftt't fr f oreign af-
airsy aatea toe 23a arumatre, ivovemocr 13.
The underfibued will nt fail io tranfmit to his
cpnrt the note whirh he has uft received froin the
iiltfiiltfef "ioTtoriiftrt". ailaUf He iikewile ileclf reS
With d finrpre iinrl arlnt nfFrft'i'nn - 'tbm V'rvnrU
tfi5BRY"Tation-wjil alwayTlr are to
unite her to powers whom odious intrigues, or er
roneous views of their interelt, may have detached:
from her differenrferiods. - The French Repub-
jic is, doubtlefs, too powerful to fear the number of
its eneroiesr- wliomloeve r thev- may bej IHjralfo
that he will tbrnk 11 intinnieut upon him to expedite
couriers, td his court, whenever theicial conuin
nications which flrail be tttade to Km, ftall require"
Ipecikl indruciions. . WAtwEsrpity.
, Paris, Noir 13, 1796. . .2 '
'. ; . LETTER . .. '
JJJrefieJ tt the Miisijler jof jote'tglt affairs by TjorJ
t.... . . i...Msimevlurj.: ...-....z.-,-. ..
-The minifter plenipotentiary f his" 'Britaniiic'tnV
jefly requefts the miniKtr forfareigit tfairs to in
ioriuiiiiu whetlier he-is to corihJcr the-ofh'ciai rratej
which he receiml from him yetierday everting as the
anlwer td that which lord MalifteiWurry delivered
yefteruy muriurtg to the miiiler for loreign affairs,
by order oi ' his court. If e;Vf lie for ikr ia(ot
mattorr ihat theideparture xA Uh cooner tnay not
be unneceflarily -delayed. -"" Ma&messukt
Paris, November ' "
' "--"J :'- ' ANiSWKA . " -
Of the Mmijlerfor foragii ajjatr&ii iht presidmg kt-
tcrp om Ijird mitmijburyi
for the organ of this million. My greateft efforts
(hall be to merit your confidence, and my moft ar
dent hope to ain the affe&ion of the direftofy.
Accept, citizens dk
peel: for you, and my moft zFal bus wimeOorthe
happinew and the profperity of the French Repub
fincerely conpratulate him
on this happy:, event, and with enthufiafm
join in ' the benedictions with which all
, . France would refouiid in his honour.
. NOTK, .... - ' -
. AMrttfei ly Lwielbmyh-ihe .'jotatfer-cf f-
reign affairs. .
SjTbt S$ArHne4Anes inot hetatetTnomentvTo
anfwer the queitions' which you hive been inftruaed
Dy tne executive directory to put to him.
TV-The memorial prdented this morning by the un
derfigned, propofes, in exprefs terms,-on the "part"
of. his majefty the -king of Great-Britain; " to
- compenfate France by proportionable re(tituiionsv
X"for the arrangements to which "fhe witi be called1
upon to confent, in ofder to fatisfy the jiift preten
tions of the king's allies, and to prefers the politi.
.Ul -UdilXllV-L Ul UUI UiCi-.
clarss to lord Maluielbury, rainiller plenipotentiary
from his Britannicvirtiel; thai he i o conlider
the official note fcnt to- him yellerday, as the anfwer
to .that 'Which lord iVIahttefbury hid addrelled to
him on the otoraiHg of-the fame day-1-- -
23d Brumaire,"; th vear 7 - v
Frbm Lord Malmcjbiiry to the Mihifter for foreign
.- ... ...r: '. affairs.- -' r
.. Lord Malmelbory has nift received the anfwer of
the miniHer for foreign aifair, in which he declare
that the oificial note which he fent to him yefterday 1
Malmefljuryadd reHed to hfmontheTnoTning of the
fame day. .
Lord Malmefbury will M-anfmit it this .day to his
Paris, Nov. 13, 1796. .. . -;
Before the formal acceptation of this orincinle.nr
: the annunciation, on the part of the executive di-
may equally (erye'as the bafis of a negoclationjora
general peace", the nnderfjn;ned could not be autho
rized to deliguate the objects of ie'ciprpcal coinpen
.fations. . -,- ' -' "
;r As to the proaf jjf . the.p acific --difpoiitions: jjyen'.
- to tfe Frenc!VtrnrmnnirWhlsm
ror and kifi g, at the openjhg of :xhe campijy the
There is no official news from the armies; '
" EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY
u 1 oth Brumaire, Oft. 3t.
Speech ofihe Mmfter Plenipcteniiafj from ihe Land-
- r" ' grave of Hcffe-CaffeK -- -'' .
" Citizens Direftcrs, - -jlL..
-"'The Landgrave of UefTe-CalTel, in appointing
rne his minifter plenipotentiary to the French Re
public, has charged roe to declare his tnol profound
veneration for the government, and "for. the ref
peftable perfons invelled with the executive powTrT
If the events which occurred at the termination of
the. laft century, and the ..total change of--policy
which has taken place in the pfetent, have broken
all the bands of amity which jn former periods at
tached Hefle to France, the zeal with which the
too hif;hy,not to endeaveuiLtoliyelia DeawjsithLll
neighbouring ftatrtr, and not to be defirous of reck
oning them among the number of its friends. Th
Landgrave of Hefle-Caflel is one of thole whom tliiis
executive direftory is happy to conflder as a friend.
His fidelity has been hitherto manifefted in a man
ner which does him infinite honour,- and will fecure
to him the good Will of the republic. He may
J.elyJpojilbftt gQod,will.aswell as all thofe who
have purfued the fame line of conduct. The execu
tive directory, regulated by the genius of a free
people, cannot have recourfe to the evaOons of a
dark and crooked policy. To the contrivances of.
their eneaiiesthey pppofra cOnduft perfeftly open,
and for the attachment of their friends they return
a fiiiccre and unrhahgeable afFeftion. lMay all go
vernments, for the rtpofe of the world and the hapr
inefs of mankind, ipeedily abjurfe their ancient
maxims, and finally adopt fimilar principles. Mi
nifter plenipotentiary, the executive direclory
ment towards France" and her government,
which yoa have niadein the name of the Landgrave
of Heffe.Cailel ; they invite you to. tranfmit to the
Landgrave their fentimehts of gratitude and to al
lure hub that nothing on the part of . the French
Republic fliall ever difturb a harinony fo' adranta
geoirs. 'The direclory alfo owes to you particular
acknowledgments for the regard and the wiflies you "
have exprefled for the proiperity of our republic.
We are allured that daring y bur refidence here, a
mutual confidence .will prevail anfongft iis which
will at all times ferve to promote the happinefs or"
both-Count riesa stw el I a s yb uf own fa t i sfaclion.
-Such js the mod finceVedclfire'orthcutiv
reftory of the French Republic."
. L O N D O N, November 1 u
the French Journalifts fay, that a hs Britannw
Majefly ftill ftiles himielf king of FYance, and as he
ooes nor acKnow ledge tire t rench Republic, that
he might have kept Lord Malmefbury at heme and
treat for PeJSce with himfejj ! '-
W.e noticed yeftet day that Mr. Pitt took the op
port unity of twilight to go into . the city, in order
jo fhnn ihe ftotorieiy of a more.public ditplayiThig
circum.ftance, however, did not Icreen him from the
notice of the populace and the effeas nf their r.
aim carnage toverea with mud, and the Lord May- i
or in drinking his health was obliged to minole
condolence. wrh hM-cojhpHincnts.,..,,
rr MrTTbxi alf thewray attended with the moft
cordial plajjdjts EnteringCheapfide., the mob took
the horfes oot oF the carriage, and drew the vehicle ,
to Guildhall. In the .previous part of the day the
fame complimrnt, had been paid to Alderman Skin
ner and AldTi maiT-eombie. Aldermati Curtis was
very" much hilTed, nor did the new Lord Mayor ex -prienc5
the molt cordial reception fromhe.popii-
"A Correfpondent afiures us, th a t the 'bloody mind; J "
TcT'"h WednefdayVlaid a plot to take the
horffsTroirnyir. Pitt's ran iage finder pretence of
Rawing him triumphantly to Guildhall and in fact
running him down one of the ftreets into the Tha
mes. But thev wefe lortun;itfrv
- .. .. . . . J r f . 1. UVVUj -.
r -, :.".'&. yf '""i"ui jiiui iino execution, Dy being
afllired that-Mjrt ViTT Was W horn 'to be drowned.'
We. learn, vvith real aftrm, that the members
'Mt32BSISM9t!Xfg r- Sejdfttti 'thVongh ou t
tji t kingdom have fo nnd t he ft fb lu ti on of pu r titTg'
conduct wnicn rrenas oblerved Jince that imereftingj th'emfelve as. ninciraTpoTIIbTrin the waFofefn
good undemanding with France, and of fecuring
t he h a ppmersflh is people, f-r-Such-Jehti ment siare
thebeft guarantees for treaties and the fincerity-of
alliances. Deign then, citizens directors,- to receive
through me this teftimbny Of the fierfeft attachment
-which the Land crave i has 'Vowed to .i Frahceand
rely upon his ardent deflf e of afFordinz you eonvinc
ing proofs of his refpect.. I am exceed! ngl v jia ppy
men, about ttf he raifed by the Bill now in its oaf
fage through EarJia m rarTfcej r pbjea in tlfis is to .
get arms into their hands, fRat hey may firff know-how
to ufe them, and then turn them Bgalnft thtf
Condi tution and government of fhetr country. We f
the perfons whom they admit ihto th'enew Levies
that my IwejTe p:aB?ef has been eafiTdto cfoofS mTeallysof 'cpTni ooht to be sp
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