. - ., --si - ' " Y-'. ... - - . .. t .1 . . . : ' -- ' . . ,"
-Published evu'ry SATURDAY by HODGK and BOYJLAN.
... S AT U . U A X , w,;APRJl yVw.,.;,.,,-.-
' JBj iheBritlfb Packet Prineefi Royal Capt, Sfaner,
f ; ' arrived yefierddy' in 42 days fram Falmouthtsve.
v have received London papers to the 1 Jth Feb, from
'.. mnhLrh the fnllavnnv articles are elected -
v: j : a . . . , . ji
PARIS, February 3.
ryvPiDER.S bave been lent to Brett to nt out ao
fail of the line as expeditioufly as poffiblc, but
tl.e (lure houfes are nearly empty, ar.i ia want ot
ncceiTries to .repair the damage fullained in the ex
pUce he i fummoned. ' 7!":"".T"
Hoche has fet out to take the command of the
Sambre and Meufe army. A council of war will
. , , - , , ' r ' r u I Hart I AJCTI JVCHBf
be held to fettle the plan of operations for the en- .1 ,r
follovy the enemy' ilito th$ defiles of the TjTQl,whic!i
divlfion 1 came up yesterday at Avio with the rear
guaidjof the enemy,' and took 300 prifoneVsHifieri.,
tlight combat. Rey V diviftoo accompanied the pri
' Nothing new retpcciirE the blockade of Man
0 . nTlAvllOlUTP"
February ' 14.
papers to the 10 tin
There are oificial ftccounts from Buonaparte, dat
ed yeTOflaTTjanrTrTe Hates, that the.Aiifinan
Yefteray were received the Paris
- A meffeneer is difpatched to arreft ah Ecclefiallic
. tf nqtjjkt ipjeagues irom this
to be a principal agent in the
redfuarv to Mantun is at lanert
. ... mw., o . 1 -
We have jud learnt it from a letter from C1t1z.cn
Lagarde, Secretary General of the Directory, ad
dneffed to citia l)evinck member of the Council
of fe'ive Hundred.
. This good news has been brought by an extraor
dinary courier, difpatched from Milan.
February 1 1.
- RivEROL, 2dfeb. Nine at Night.
.." Mantua is ours: the capitulation is figned.
The earrifon are made prifoners till 1 hey are ex-
venintr. Two frenerals
have retreated to Trent, and that Mantua continued
to be blockaded. - Heroes not eyen exprels a nope
of its furrender. ' .
A part of Gen. KeUermans army has crofled the
Gen. Buonaparte, who, encouraged by the ccimplete
I Dofleilion of Italv. maVorobablv attempt to pent
city, who is luppoica . - - -a w T , . ft h
conipir acy. , Emoeror. obey ins thi tails of Imocriou neciflity
II lift vua liuwci I
he garrilon are made pnloners tin iney are ex- tion tQ tic
ranged after which they are to return to Auftna. adds that 0
hejciiadel is to be taken poffeflion of by us, tins e-. atlo ;f .f
:n in e. yo.ZtmATLlPSom. hUher withih M ' , u
. Late Foreign Intelligence,
-Bnught bj-tbtr -hffr JHttJitrxtifk tvjutii " HP'CufTfjT
arrived at Nevj-tork in 52 da tnmLcnaui,
London Paper's to the 6th Februwj, 3 dajj latter than
any hitherto received. ' " ' .
P A R I Sj January 30
Eitiacl oj a letter from General w Chief Buonaparte;
Jo the xeaiiive Dir fa
Head-Quarters, at Aovcrbeiiat 281 A hivefe ja?i; 17) ;
There have occurred fmce the i 3d, operations of
fuch great importance and which have been accom
panied with fo many actions, that it is inipoflible lor
me before to-morrow, to prefent you with a detail
of particulars J mall n
T Upon the'ioth NivolCj the enemy attacked the di
vifion of gertv Mafltna, before Verona, which pro
duced the battl 6f St. Michel, where they were ha
t n.We took -600 prjibners, and 3 pieces of tii
non. The fame day they attacked the head of ciit,
line at Montebaldo, and producetJ the battle of Co
rona, when they were repulfed with the lots 0! an
hundred and ten prifoners.-- - -
Upon the att, at midnight, the divifion of the e
nemy's army, which had taken poll at Bevelaqua
ever fince the 19th when they compelled the advanc
ed guard of thedivifiqn of general Anger au to fall
back, haftily threw a bridge over the Adige, a league
from Porto Legnagoroppofite Anguiari.
Upon the. 24th, in the morning, the enemy caufed
a very ftrong column to defile by Montagna and Ca--prlno,
and tthus obliged the divifian general ou
bert to evacuate, Corona, and concentrate ttemfelves
immediately directs his attention to the attainment
ot peace. , . . .
Mr. Pinckney the American minifter at Paris,
having received orders to quit the territories of the
Frencn republic, has usually taken his departure
accordingly. War between thele two powers, may
therefore be conhdered is inevitable. s
L'Eclair of Feb. 6, has an article from Milan,
not to be found in the Redacteur, It Mates that 10
or iaoo prifoners had been taken in Italy, in addi-.
tion to the 23,000 the reiult of the late victory. It
a would willingly accept a capitu-
were to pc ottered f but Buonaparte
re&ionauty expected that tt- wotild W tuect ioT7"wtwtirj at Kivoii. 1 had toreleen this movement. I rena'ir-
lays this article, .mult happen lodn.r proceeds to ed thither at night, and the battle of Rivoli enfued.
LONDON, February 13.,
On Saturday :t letter and dlipjtjehejLwere-Xj
" edlroiri lerley. dated theTift in(t. Thefe contain
yery late intelligence from Brelt, the authenticity of
r which may be relied on. vi.
. Tiie whole of the French fleet fuffered very much
frpin the bad weather which thev' encountered on
- the Irifli expedition, the thips having returned in a
very fliattcred Hate. Immediately .upon their re
jturn:to Breil, about 3000 of the failors deferred. The
' ,French are extremely bufy in repairing their fleet,
and preparing for a new expedition. .
r i,es;Droits de rflumine, the mipriveh on more
by &ir Edward Pellew and Capt. Reynolds is enthe
ly lbil." The (hip had, t8oo men on bord, upwards
of too of whom were killed in the adifra with the
two Englifh frigates, and aji immenfe number were
wounded. Out ot the whole crew not more thao
. three or J:om
Amazon very few were either killed er-wound'ed,&
the w'lole crew got on Ihore.
Capture of HUN INGUN, bj' the Juflrians.
The Mete-du-Pont at Huninguen has been eva
cuated by the French, by an honourable capitula
tion, and after a confiderable facrihee on the pay of
the enemy. .' 'vfl ".
(late that 20,000 per foiis had periflied in Mantua,
during the blocjcadediartbere wereabout 5000 fick,
fndTliatTiTeonfequence of the epidemic which rae
ed there, 4do houtds were empty.
v?,-y long detaUs of the cOnfpiracy now
brought to light would far exceed the limits of ohr
papers We have felecled the raojt important fafts,
and feyeral of tlie ofHcial papers refpectiug it ; and
from thefe our reajdeVs will be enabled to form an
idea of th.. vt&tw&vi ...of this: q6ufirae4
which feemeJ to threaten the eicuehce ot the pre
fent government of Franco. Twenty per fons have
been arreded as concerntKt in the plot, and thefe are
to he irUd by a milifafy commiflion.
The Marquij del Campo, the Spanifli ambaflac'or
at Paris, awd Tallien, with other mem 'ers of the
councils, are implicated by one Poly, an arretted
agent, as having a correfpondence with the Com
'ill r w vtmf frti 1 1 r.
which we gained on the 25th and 26th, after an ob-
Al.b. .Ilk .- m a .. . m -
luuaic-rciuiauce rat wim ii place We made f 3,oco
millionersof Louis XVIII.- This plot had for its IjtTiarricd'in thw wght. with rcinfotccmcmsr-
wmcn produced the battle ot La Favorite, and I
now - w ri te-tor y oa-f r 0 nrr t herfteld "of bait le."TTie
Mruitsofthis battle aret 7000 prifoner , a number of
llandards, cannon, all the baggage of the army, a
regiment of huflars, and a confiderable convoy ot
provih'ons and oxen, which the eneiny attempted 10
Introduce into Mantua.
Copyj, of-"t WtcjugAteiL-atPagia.Ay-theReprafen-iive
of the people, Bernard .Leefave, to his bro
. "1 anno'uirce to you my dear friend, the capture
jvjyeiitJiumberoUmy -colleagues rand welhall imme
diately receive a meflage refpecVing it.
" This "important place, the bulwark of Italy,
will, I hope, facilitate he progrefs of the negoci'af
'j- tion upon the carpet. .
".- - " BERNARD LEGRAVE."
The. General in Chief of the Arm y of , Italy" to the
... Executive Direftory. "
" Citizens Directors, ; J 6 Pluviofe, Jan. 28.
' Tlie divifion of Gen. Angereau went to Padua;
- thence it pafTed the Bretitaaiul proceeded to Cita
della, where it met the enemy, who fled at its ap
proach. .L-L-r-Battlef GJRPfiNDOLtf.-.---'-
to BaTtiiOi and purfued the eneriiv, who retired
-beyond the-defiles ot-tbeiirentaV Hefent the .brave.
ftefierar-Men'trd - In IWtAiltof'-th'en-: tlTrTgeneral
eahitf up with them at Carprndola, and took 800
priioncrs, afier aJhani.oniHl TJigxf xi aA'uaL
iwumiiiiii a niiMimwi mmiwipiiii iwi hhih i nan 1 i ll 1111 1 1
ed the bridge of the Bren.
7ra at the point of fb havonr?nnH ir4r4 .:wi.
flaug iter of every thing tTii oppofed them. -
Battle of AVIO r
-objecVthe- re-eftabl tniment- Qf r5y aiiy ; and" coin-
I 1 1 1 . -. vtrill
muuucrs-naa- oeen- appointee - py- louis a v iiiio
adt tor him at Paris. The papers lute that city to
be now .tranquil. - : -
Authenlh intelligeme j-cfPe(Lt:g tbe Aufirian army of
'- , v; . Italy. -
"n77This mofntng a meflenger arrived with difpatcbes
from Vienna dated: on thte 27th ult. The. pfficial
.detii! Sflljt .be.laie d ef eats'i n It a I yrli ad tlieiviieenv re
ceived by the- Emperor. The lofs on hoth fides in
the late aAi0ns had been very greaivfe
. onjhe part ot the AuurianMO-tbejgtf.yS&
lieadyltifed. repretented by the French generals.
"The milling Auftnans were returning in confidera-
It has been determined by the cabinet of Vienna.
that General Al vinzi fliourdfie inftantly recalled
February 17. Ycltefday morning arrived at the
Secretary of State's oflicey from, Vrienna, a courier
with difpatches dated 27th ult. The pflidal.dc.iails
which had been received by the court oflVienna, re;
lative to the late defeats in Italy, are fuch as to in
validate ft ill jrtiore-the accounts of" the French ge
nerals, intheir extent, and to lead u? to reflect on
our former doubts with (bine degree of fatisfacion.
The lodes on both fides had been very great ; but
that Of the Auftrians has been dinjimfhed ly the re
turn to their (tandards of a great number of troops
which had beea niiinng. '
m.v. t. n i. . 1 1 .... -.1. Li r?77 J
n1ut.11 uiamc uaa ocea mrpwn, ai Vienna, on ge- 1
uerat Provera for the little zeal difnlayedbrlilhTi
the conduft of the important operations under his"
'd i r e ft i oRr-A nd wh eTrir-is co n fidered that he was
fonea ri JiesareToOari t ua , tlia t almolt ;co"men
from the garrilon were able to join him, he appears
urciers had been civen by the Emperor, immedi-
prifoners, took feveral ftar.d of colours,fajd jc; pieces
of cannon. Generalj'Alvinzy, almoft alone, with
great :.di tficulty f rcaped-----rA---
. Upon the 2Ctb, Guiex attcled the enemy at Angu
iari, to attempt to ihrriw them into confufion before
they had entire effeaed their paflage. He did not
lucceed ii uis objeft but he made three hundred
priiiRra,; '- - - - ; :. , -
Upon the 26th, Geneva Angerau attacked the
eneiny at Anguiari. He made Jjt.'co prifoners, Tirok
16 pieces of cannon, and burnt all the bridges over
'he Adige i Jmt the enemy taking advantag? cf the ,
night filed ftraight towards Mantua. They had aI- -ready
advanced within cannon fliot of this" place.
They attacked St. George's, a fubuib, which wc had
careiuuy entrenched, and they were unable to carry
Wnrmfer tried to make a fortie, to attack the kit
wing of oor army, but he niet.:with- the -ofual fp. -iiorr,-and!
hi wali pHTged to f etLrn--
vKe'j len in three.or.i(mir days the ctb rniy -of
tTie Ernpeiror en t j r el y deft ro v cA '. 7 . ..7. .-. .. ...
. GO on loners amnnir AR'liirli a t
a lieutenant general, two generals, 6000 mehlullc d
or wounded, liscty pieces of .cannon, and a aboic-
F"twent'oDr"ftand-ofc6T6 listtalions of
the Vienna volunteers have been taken prilbiier.
I heir colours are embroidered by the hands of il s
1 he army of.GenAlvinzy, was near co.coo nel.
a part of which had come polt from the' interior" of
Auftria. . 1 ' . 7
The moment I return to head-quarters, I will
, tranfmit you a cetailed account, to in'orm yon of
"th,em.!j.itary"movem.ents which have taken place, s
well as to acquaint ou with thedifferenf corpi and
individuals who have diUincuilhcd themhlves.
telyneceivinginTelligence"of the late mlsTorl
tunes in Italy." that large reinforcements ot troops
luwum inaicii unifier ; iuu iiic arcuauKC wnanca, H,
was generally believed, would take upon him the
Tliivifion of Gen. Touber t is o'n its marclitoJ c& bt -thejuiftrian forces there.
Fto?i thcReda'treur of tl-txoth fan.
..rARMY: of flULY-
O'titrtL'rs. I erorta. 1tm tff
Buoua 'arte, ec tfimmd"r in chief of the army of halltt
I have been at Bologna with 2000 men, in order,, ,,
ourt of Rome,, and to-force it to-adopriry-narciacT
tyftem, frornhtclihiTcoWt appears to have been
tome time receding,: .
I had alfii a nepociatioh 011 foot whlohi"
'cany; relative to the garrifon of Legiiorc
which my pieience at Bologna would infallably ha
1 1 ,
... . j-
; v..: ;
,V. ." 1 r r-