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Foreign Intelligence.
new-York, oaober 2 ©.
London papers to September 9.
Inchifive, were received at the office of the
Duly Adverciler yeOerday, by the Two
Friends, opt. Gardner, 39 days from
London. They contain Various indi
gence of cotlfiderible interest, which we
win continue in lucceedings papers.
LONDON. September 6
All the intelligence leceived from, the
continent, either from the Paris papers or
tne Hamburg miil, hat much more tlic; ap-
pearance of war than the preceding. The
opinion of the belt' informed persons, howe
▼er, is favorable to pe-ice, at lead so far as
regards the continent ; and it mufl be con -
felted, that the 'eafnn'mg on which _that
opinion is founded ferns to be much stran
ger than tlje impression made by the foreign
news is in favor of war. On the fide of
France, the cimfular government hasfolemn
ly promifeil peace, as the price of that revo
lution by whi'Ji it has been eftablilhed on
the ruins of the dire&orial government.
Peace is the general wilh of the French,
and the hope of it their sole support in the
midst of the calamities they fuffer. The
.firft Qo;>ftll k - >w«-perfeflly well, that his
'rivals and his enemies find more materials
(o fatisfy their jealousy and their hatred in
the cbiifinuation of the war, than they
could after the .conclusion of a peace. The
nroft brilliant triumphs will not be fuffi.
cient to calm the discontents which must re
fill* from the continuance of the war, un-
Jess those triumphs (hall lead immediately to
the refioration of tranquillity.
On the fide of Austria, every thing seems
in lrke manner to trend towards peace, not
witbftamiing the present appearances of war.
VVe have seen daring this caiupaign, that a
liiifunderftanding prevails among the Gene
rals, dilcourag-irtent among the infc'jpr
officers, and among the soldiers a dilcon
tent approaching to infurre&ion 'in fame
parts of the armv. The presence of the |
Archduke it the head of tlie armies would
indeed remove the greater part of the dif- j
orders ; but the prevailing party at the
Court of Vienna opposes his return, or at
least refufes to cons-nt to it on the terms
which that Prince requires, in order to free
himfetf from the (hackles by which he was
lift year fettered ; and, besides, whatever
courrge or eniyUti'-n his presence might 1
communicrte to the troops, he could not
make tlieiti in nunnber* to those of the
eifeiny. and enable then) 14 make head to
the formidable and well conne£k"d front
which the French present from Mentz to
the Mediterranean fra. The German pa
pers hav* indeed told us, that the army of
the Danube has received reinforcements, but
without faying to what amount ; that of the
Tyrol becomes more cunfiderable Very
chy j and that the army of Italy tas been
augmented by 27,000 men. But these ac
counts are less pofjtive than those which pre
sent to our view the effe&ive march of the
reinforcements that are repairing to the ar
mies of the enemy. The trftops of Kray,
d fcouriged by their repeated difconifitures
and continual retreats, ate unfit to refill
those of MoreaU. It is igainft the army of
Tyrol, that the firfl effoits of the Fre«ch
will be m;.de ; and when we fee a geperal,
like Baron StaaHer, opposed in that quar
ter to such a man as Lrcourbe, the bets
connot he in favour of the fucccfs of the
Whatever reinforcements may be sent to
Italy, we much doubt whether they will be
able to fill up the v</>id made in the army of
Melas by his frequent defeats, and the de
sertion of the It alians, WTio compose the ma
jor part of it. To which it may be addecf,
that these reinforcement?, formed of new
levies, cannot be compared with those of the
French, who, for ten years, have heard only
the din ot arms, the fhoiits of liberty, the
recitals, true or- f.ilfe, of their multiplied
viftoriej, and declamations against the pow
ers of wishing to difnuember their country,
and bring them again under the yoke of
llavery. Thus, is it they fanaticize their
troops, and give to their conscripts and re
tjnifitionifls an entUuGafm which lupplies the
want of experience.
When we refleft, therefore on the interest
which the fiift consul has to make peace, and
on the extreme difficulty which the Emperor
liiuft find to carry on the war, we are incli
ned to believe, that ill formidable prepara
tions which seem to banish all hope of the
form r, and render the latter immediately
inevitable, may terminate in a manner less
terrible than these hostile appearances seem
to indicate. Whether the Court of Vienna
wi flies to have the feniblance of being forced
to extricate rtfe'f from the engagements it
has contra(Sed with Great Britrin, or whe
ther it has really a repugnance to the condi
tions offered by the firft consul, we are apt
to think that either hostilities will not be
renewed, or that they will be made a mere
pretence, and that confcquetitly a peace of
some kind will take place on the Continent
■which will la ft as long as it may be main
tainable. This pacification would be much
more fatisfafiory to the wi flies of the pub
lic, if it should have for peon o ers and guar
antees the two great powers Russia and Pruf
, . ,
As to the negociation, or r tut* tl e prop
osition made by .the firft consul to our Gov
ernment to enter into a aegociation, we
vellerday dated on u-baf it turned, and we
lerfjlt in believing that all negociation wi!l
be for the piefent reje£\«d, bec.iufe it U not
lets the interest ef the Crft consul to irfift
W \ iVti*nf>c»n of »i ins it
' ui» pei%»ni-lun'y *•» r«l'»fc» -
September' 9*
General Massem and Anger edu have ar
rtv.d at Paris* Lieutenant General Mom
dey ittill have the provisional common.l of the
army of Italy, till the arrival of Gen, Jlrunc.
An immense park of artillery, accompanied
cy. severcl Neopolitan' and Roman <ffi:e>t,
driven from their counrty r has teacheil Mi
la i, from which city they writr, that t'oru
and Ravenna have been again occupied by
the Republican
Beaten ber 3
Yesterday we rtceived Paris Journals to
the 2(jlh. Large re in I orcein ems are m jfjll
ing'to the armies, and great preparations arr
making for war. One of the papers by its
comments (hews the public fear that liaftil
itirs will be renew d'; and that this feeling
prevails, ws.pfrceive by the (late of the f iiirk.
The Tieis Confilide have fallen to ji-j. tlie
price at which they were left. The Paris
Journals give no information refpefting the
Negociat 011s.
fn London, vhe public hopes appear to be
more fiAguirte than in P.<ris. The funds 011
Saturday rose considerably, and surprized
thole who saw no reason for Inch a change.
Manv circumftanccs were reported to have
occ«Goi ed tlie rife,; all of them relating to
a negociation for peace. The frequent ar-.'
riv-il and departure of veflVls between Calais
ind Dov»r lift x»i-eic naturally produced eou
jedluVes that the two governments were
commanicating, and the Hate of the funds'
(hewed that the inference drawn was of a fa
vourable kind. We cannot (late th« nature
of the difpatcliei conveyed in thole velTels :
hut it is certain that an intercourse has taken
place, which h is the opening of a negociati-
I o,: for its ObjedV. That abject will, proba
bly soon be attained. We believe the rife of
1 {hp funds.'on Saturday,' the effeft of the
drtennination of the Cabinet Council on Fri
day. The quellion of treating with France
in conjunction with Austria wa;, it is said
fully and favourably fet'.l d in
the Cabinet Council on Tuefdiy ; the re
sult of that (Council was sent to tie
kinfj for approbation ; his Majelly"? opin
ion was received, aud another C bluet
Council held 011 Friday, finally to deter
mine the course to be ptirfued. That
Council we suppose, refiKed to neg"ociatt>
and the knowledge of this taft raised the
funds 011 Saturday. Whether the offer to
treat will be mide through Otto, in aufwer
to the overtures he gave in a wesk ago, or
whteher it will be sent Paris through Vi
enna is uncfrt 'in. But a negociation will
probably commence soon ; and we expeft
Mr. Thomas Grenvijle *ill be appointed to
carry it 111.
The late dispatches trotn Lord Whitworth
we have reafm tu believe, were less fatisfac
tory "Government expected. The Da
nifli Miniller, we are told, afTumed a lo ty
tone, declaring,-that although bis D.ini(h
Majtfty (lioul i bo unaided by Kuffia or Swe
of nations, and oppose, to the extent ot his
power;, the growing tyranny of the Britilh
Government liave received nccounti of in-,
ireafed exertions to prepare the Bred Fleet
for feai—that considerable bodies of troops
had been ordered thither from the Interior ;
and that Buonaparte was about to repair to
Brefl to acrelerate and animate the medita
ted enterprifr.
The Court of Vienna 011 ratifying the
Treaty with this country 011 the 12th ult.
ifiued a Declaration to all the Courts of En
mpe, announcing the determination of his
Imperial Majesty not to treat with France,
except in conjunction with England and his
other -allies.
September 3.
The French Council of Piizei on the 2sth
of July lad pronounced sentence refpeftina;
the (hip Statira, c»pt. Seaward, taken under
American colours, ordering the (hip and ev
ery thinp belonging to her to he restored,
and condemning the cargo as a good prize.
Ally, the of Franklin, and the
Counfeilor of Turg'ot, died lately at Paris,
at the age of eighty-five.
Emir ait of a letter from Elsjnfur, Aug 23
" Admiral Dick foil's fleet, except the
Tender and Sulpher bomb-veflels, which have
been obliged to put into Warberg, are an
chored here in the found, above the Castle.
-The ■■ Rumb-veffels are gone farther up to
wards Copenhagen. This certainly has a
very serious appearance, but we (hall have
little d6ubt that the difpme will be adjusted
without proceeding to extremities. "J"he lift
convoy, which was rather numerous, failed
two days ago under convoy of the Martin
(loop of war. All the veflels that arrive frem
the Baltic are ordered to proceed through to
about a leacrue below the Ciftle, wtiere the
Wackzambeid is in waiting to takethaige of
Ext rail of * primcH'tittti-fram dt{i
ttd jlngvtf 7. «
"It is now fa id that in the prnpcfitimis
inaile to Portugal b* France, no' moniy is
demanded. The ter.n>s are, an Offtnfive ancV
De fen five Alliance ; that the privileges T,f
the Frrlich shall 1-e equal .to those of the
most favoured nations ; that 6 Slips ol each
of the Bt Higereut Powers may be received in
the Tagus, and no more \ and lastly, that
Goa (hall be ceded -tp France, for which Ike
offers to give to 'Portugal a traft ef land
contiguous to t'e Brazils.
'• 1 he answer of thi« G vernirent is said to
be, that Portugal certainly wiflus for peace,apd
is ready to treat -with France, provided the
terms offered be not liVtoniifient wirh her trea
ties with England, who has l, ctn her ally for
so long a period, and with whom Oie is deter
mined to prtferve her friendfhip. It it added,* 1
that iomtxif the propoStkfc* m*tl< areltvi
dentlv of a nature that cannot be complied 1
The most positive orders are fivss to all of
ficers tmployed on the sea coatt, to b- very
watchful in regard to Aliens, and to arrrft such
at any he found without the limits pWcrlbed
by the ail of parliament.
We extra 6tth« following article from the
Courier de.Londres of last night.
Extrafl of a letter from Paris, dated Aug. 26.
" 1 hive learned through a certain chan
nel tha,t, ,'irithe conferences which' Duroc has
had with general Kray, the latter Jias for
mally declared, that until a Monarchy be e
flablilhed in France, neither Europe nor
France can calculate on peace. Buonaparte
'has two lines of conduit to pursue, either to
make a King, or to become one himfelf. The
army of Italy appears to be in these intention!.
Immediately after the battle of Marengo, it
was-in agitation to declare Buonaparte King.
Thcarmy of Germany, it is said, is inclined
towards a pripce of the House of Bourbon.
Moreau h'ai had very frequent communica
tions, not Ohty with general Kray, but even
with the Court of Vienna. The Court has
proposed simply to re-eftabli(h Louis XVIII.
Moreau has transmitted this proposition to
Buonaparte. I cannot fay what the Chief
Consul may have in his head, but it is certain
that he plans frefh changes. Before long
you may expeft a new and a great Revolu
-1 lion."
On this letter the Editor of the Courier de
Londres makes the following remarks:
'' These details reached U/s too late on
Friday 1 aft to be inserted in Our paper. Seve
ral Englilh papers-have attacked the Postscript
in which we. announced them. We declare
in the firft place, that whether peace or war
take place, we buoy ourfelvcs up with no
hopes. In the present arrangements, France
and Europe appear to us equally ruined We
have no doubt that a revolution will soon be i
made in France ; but we can foretell that j
this re»oluti6n will be similar to those which
have preceded it; that it will resolve no dif
ficulty, and that the public and private cala
mities willonly be augmented by it.
Decree of the JirJl September.
The Consuls of the Republic, on the report
of the Minister of Marine and the Colonies,
having heard the Council of State, decree :
Art. I. All foreign fea-faring men resident
in the territories of the Republic, who have
married French women, apd failed on board
merchant veflels, are liable to serve in the
vcflels belonging-to the State.
11. The laid fea-faring men are bound to
present themselves in the committee of mara
time infeription, of the quarter where they
reticle, to inferibe themselves there.
111. After their infeription they (hall be
as French sailors, and (hall enjoy
as fiicfii promotions, increase of pay, (hare
of prizes, and pensions, granted by the laws
to the sailors of the Republic.
IV. The Prefers shall make known by
the ftib-prefefls mayors, and all other dipo-
Ctories of the registers of the civil estate, the
account of marriages contracted with French
women lince 1792, by foreign sailors, actu
ally-resident in the territory of the Republic.
They .shall fend these statements in the month
subsequent to the publication of the present
arrete, to the officers of the administration,
and cause them to be placed on the maritime
infeription of each quarter.
V. In future the aforefaid mayors, and
their colleagues, shall cause to be transmitted,
at the commencement of each month, to the
administrators charged with the maritime in
feription, a like statement of marriages con
tracted in the preceding month.
VT. The said administrators (hall produce
on the registers of the maritime infeription
of their quarter, the names of the aforefaid
foreign sailors, whose eftabliftiment in France
(hall be verified by the conditions above ex
prefted, and they shall likewise contain the
number of months service fixed by the law of
the »otb of October, year four, concerning
maritime infeription.
Vll The Minister ef the Marine and the
Colonies is charged with the execution of the
present arrets, which (hall be inserted in the
bulletin of the laws.
The First Consul,
(Signed) Buonaparte.
The Secretary of State,
(Signed) H B. Marit.
GRAVESEND, September 7.
Pa(Ted by the Maria, Inglit, »nd Eliza, Rea,
for Chatlcfton.
PLYMOUTH, September 6.
Cafrie in yesterday the schooner Polly, ef
Newburyport, Captain David Hoyt, from Ten
eriffr, bound to Hamburgh, laden with wine,
: detained by the Plymouth lugger, of eighteen
guivs. Lieutenant Elhort
Sailed frrm Cawfand Bay to join the Chan
nel Fleet off Br eft, the Royal Sovereign, of no
Vice Admiral Harvey, ; Princess Royal,
of. 98 guns, Captain Ruflc.l ; Bell,ma, of 74
puns, Captain Sir J. K. Thompson ; Priiice
George, of 98 guns. Rear Admiral Cotton;
Lurydice, of 14 »:uns> Captain T*ttx*.
It-is rsported that the Brest fleet are in the
outer road, and that all the (hips have been or
dered away from this port in consequence : the
only ship that remains here now is'he Man
! tague. of 74 guns, which arrived yefierday.
Can e in the Danish veflel Hukamfnibe, of
and for Altona, Captain P. Groot, from Bonr
deaux, laden with wine and branny, detained
bv the Excellent, of 74 guns, Captain Stopford,
offUfhart, last Monday.
PORTSMOUTH, September 6. < t .
Pnrfuant to an order from the Lords Com
miffif>ners of the Admiralty, a Court Martial
was held on board the Gladiator, in this har
bour, yesterday, on Mr. George Hudson, Bur-
£ioh of his Majesty's ship Beaver, for ft r iking ttietr carriges and baggage, if furniflied with
and using reproachful language to Lieutenant paflports from rhe Aul Irian commanders.
of the fa.d ftp. Whenever dle general chief of the
MBMBhRS OF THE COURT. Imperial army (hall with to fend troops to
/Html/vl Holhway, Prefidentt, Tufcany, to relieve those stationed there,
Cipt- E.Harvey Capt. Piikmore the general in chief bf the French army will
liac'naS ~~ L<nW the 4 m . P^P 0 " 8 for a freC P affa S e
•Xarcom ? Mandating' th.ther and back aga.m
Poyntz Pr nfe - VII. The inhabitants of the diltnfts occu-
M. Grectham, Esq. Juige Advocatei pied by one army wishing to go to those coun-
The charge having been proved againfl the tr ' es aecu P' e( l by the other, may do so, by
said Mr. G. Hurifon, and as the'oliemc falls tin- ! rouse 3 which W»ll be pointed out to them, if
kier ihe lid artic'e of war, the Gouct.did thej-e i they have the necefiary paflports.
lore adjudge turn to fuffer death »n board juch ; VIII. The generals in chief of both ar
fhip nf his Majesty, at Spithekd, or in Ports. mies.will speedily give orders for putting the
mouth harbour ; and at such time as the Gom- ,^ e f ent convention into execution,
millioners tor exccutm? the office of Lord Hiirb r . r .u- r> j
Admiral of Great K.itain and Ireland, &c. "or duplicates of this executed
any three of them for the time, being, -Ihopjd,, at Verona, the 3 lit of July, 1800, 12 Ther
direft. But it appearing thdt the offence pro- midor, yearß.
ceeded from an error in judgement of the faid'V [From the 4th artifcle of this Convention
George Hudson ; and the Court fcijg fully it appears, smong -'other things, that while
convince 1 thereof, by the contrition,.he repeat- the armistice exists, the French will not ur«
edly exhibited as soon as ne was aware of the dmake an expedition again st the King of
lame and by his very earnest cefire to make "m J "l
atonement tor the offence —the CoUit did in the \ P
mod eirneft and impreflive manner, recom
mend the said George Iludfon for mercy.
O* Tuesday next a Court Martial is to be
held on Lirutenant Pacey, of the Beaver, for
drunkcnnefs and negledl of duty.
September 7.
This forenqqn failed the Villede Paris, Cap
tain Gray, fori,ord St. Vincent's fleet.
FALMOUTH, September 5.
Arrived, the American brig Ranger, Wa'
tersin thirty days from Baltimore ; and the Re
covery, Waters, trom Gpnrto. The last men
tioned ve fiel parted from the fleet yesterday,
off the Lizard, under convoy of a frigate.
Arrived, aIC>, the Speedwell Cutter, Hop
fbn, with difpatthes from the Expedition un
der the command of Sir James Puiteney. It i>
reported that the .troops have failed in an at
tack made on I'errol.
Letter*from Vienna, which may be con
lid; red as authentic, contain the following l
detail* ;
" The Englilh amba(T»dor, Lord Mint#,
mcrves heaven and earth to prevent the Errr
peror from concludeing a feperate peace
with France, an event which is considered
here as certain and immediate. This am
bassador has jiift made some new offrrs to
our court, which would have beeu advan
tageous three months ago, but which are
not so now. They are as follows :
K The Euel fh minister engages, if the
Emperor will coutinuf the war, to keep up
it> It.rly an army of <5 030 chosen English
troops under the emman'd of General Aber
cr >mbie, who (ball continue there till a
General Peace.. > ' -
1. To Ice iff* :vtt»ck On the Ifla'nd of
Zealand witlv if pOWt'fful forC", to proclaim
the Stndtholder; and after the cdnqueft of
t'iem. to keep up a force- theie to menace
Holland and Belgium, thus compelling ttje
French Governrfvent tri maintain a confider
able'force in tbefe countries.
'3* 'To pay to 'the hoWe of Austria a
neW uniJ very fubfriy, 'under
thr title of a Loin, and'uponjvery favour
rable term*. ■ In a word, fcefidrt this; Eng
land fhautd have in anny of 50,0:* Auft
riar.s,to be maintained and paid by. her dur
ing ay. ar. The fame, letter s• which fur
ni(h lis thele details. (late that a Ruffian
General had arrived here as a courier, with
difpatch'es from his court, .which are ft id to
be of the hv<heft importance and it is
now certain tlar the bed undemanding pre
vails between the two c mrts.
VERONA, August 10.
The following has just been pub'lifiied here:.
Convention concerning thc.line of demarcation
in Italy, concluded letwcen the general in,
chief of the army of his Imperial Majefly,
and tlx general in chief of the French army
in Italy, by their Plenipotentiaries, the Ad
jutant general Citizen Reille, and Count
Nugent, Major of the Imperial Jlaff.
Article I. The posts of the French ar
mies (hall extend along the Po, to where it
receives the Panaro. goes to the
left bank of the point where
the canal begins, Bondero,
and empties itfelf into di Ferara;
on the right, it goes to St. Maria Magdalena,
and extends through the canal Angelina Pa
lora di Reno, up to its falling into the Po
Primavera, and thence into the sea. The
line of the Atiftrian advanced posts before
Ferara, goes through the Blafio and Ofpe
dale, Serena, Mizana, Forfaunovo, on the
left banks of the Po Voleno as far as the
11. The track of country between the ad
vanced ports of both armies between the Po
Voleno and the Po Primaro, (hall not be oc
cupied by troops, but it (hall be left to the
difpolition of the French, to draw provisions
'outt>f it.
111. The navigation of the Po fliall be en
tirely free, provided the (hips have the necef- j INUNDATION IN CHINA,
fary paiTports from the refpeftive commanders. _
Refpeding the fait that might be obtained The ht f e overland a.fpHteh brought itcen
from Mefok, no exportation duty can bede- ; account, trom f anton, that an
manded of it. The free navigation of that c 9 ramon WE## of ram had laid entm
part of Po fcparating the two armies, (hall d'ftr.As ... China under water. Ihe grra,
not, however, extend to armed velTels, or to "ver Hoaraho had Wn fwoln to ftch .xceft
such as have troops on board. » t0 " '>• t0 " '? T Y
IV. The line of demarkation between the \ hr v ' »«f s ™ h,ch " iornt ' d them „ ln l d ' " ,u "'
two armies, in the south of Italy, commences adjacent country Such of t«
near the sea between Pefaro and Fano,through ,nh , ab,t " nt : " V,^:,T ' o, •
the territory of the Republic of St. Marino,
and thence to the frontiers of Tufcany, along t0 t "" 11
the frontiers of the Dutchy of Ui bipo. The i i ,( " beautiful and level plains, wnic-i
territory of the Republic of St. Marino remains ,li'ely exhibited all the rich variety ot cults
neutral. This line (hall on no pretence what- v.ition. were at the d,iu- < f these account.-;,
ever, be passed by the troops of the two ar- covered with h->*ti in
rhies, 'dtifing the whole time of the-duration j the wreck of- lie country floating an the
of the'armiftice. waters.
V. The couriers and offieers of the impe- LONIfON, September 3.
ral army going from the army to Ancona, nf Storks,
and from Ancona to the army, (hall go from
Ferrara through Ravenna, and thence by the Three percent. 65 3-; —R:d. for O£lober,
road of Macftra. They m"a'y take with them 66 for noney 63 1-4.
« 1
PARIS, Angud 29,
The chief cont'ul has appointed Citizen
Lefcallier, counsellor of state,- rrrtiratime
preftft of L'Orient;
By a decree of the 7th Fruttidor, Aug.
3£, a former decree of thfc diredlory, eftab
lilhing a duty of 5 percent 011 the produce
of all captures by privateers or national ves
sels, for the nytntcnancenf French prii'eneri
of war; is continued in'force.
The duties on plays, balls} (hews, &c. &c.'
are to be levied as Ufl year.
Letters from Hamburgh, of the lßtli
Ausjull, state that the magi ft rate 5 of that
city have fined the printers of the. Genfo<V
the otie an lOindred criiwws, the other 20C«
The editors M. M Berlin and Mermont,
have been condemned to three months dole
imprifunment, alter which tl.ey are to taki
an oath n,ot to re-appear within the jurisdic
tion of Hamburg.
M.-de Kapp, the minider from CtfTel en«.
truftrd, it is I'aid, with a particular million
to the Srft consul, has arrived at Paris.
VIENNA, August 16.
As soon as the Adjutant of Buonapirte, Ci
tizen Duroc, had arrived at Alti-Octtingeit
or more p r operly„ Brauuiau, in Bavaria, and
from thence had lent a Conner on to this
Count Frhrbach, or, according to oth
ers Co Lint Ui.Ctriclifleu), was lent off to Bran
nau, art nied only by u Secreuvy.—r
The report that Citizen Durnc was toga
on to Vienna, and that lie only waited at
Biiuniu trll he obtained paffcs, is intirely
fall's. It is now known that it wjs agreed'
on at "Paris, between the Chief Cwilful and
Count 'St.> Julien, that a conference and the
necetfary diplbrnatic proceedings flioirld take
place between Duroc and an. Auft.ilui Plen
ipotentiary at Brawnao, on the - 3 ivnriau
the prel'miinarUs >of peace were signed, or
according to fowie the ratifications of the
preliminaries exchanged.' Cuizelv Duroc
•et oilt 'immediately for Paris, To that theie
is no longer a dotibl- of >* peace oetweert
France and Austria. The Eu ; : iifh ejrbaffa
;dor, I\ord 'Minto, has lent , off a. Conner to
his • Court 1 with' an account of what has pas
sed, Some - affirm that the convention vith
England is ratified, hut under i'jch flipula
tions that it is no obftade.tO'the Treaty of
Peace with Frtnce.
General St. Julien, betides the Ratifioa
tion of the Convention concluded after the
Battle of Marengo,' brought the Rat
ification of two other conventions.
AU&SBURGH, August tS.
Gen. DcfT ie* ycfterJav made it no fecrety
; that Adjutant-Gejie'-aJ l>nroc was carrying
! back to Paris the Preliminaries of Peace
j tigned by the Emperor. The Modifications
! which the Court of Vienna has fujrgeftrd
to he made in the Propofiti-ns »f the Chief
Consul, are of that kind, that a Definitive
Treaty mry fooil be exw&ed to take place,
I)uroc did not go to Vie.ina, but Count
Dietrichflien, who was appointed to meet
i him at Alti-Oeltingen, 'conduced the Ne
-1 pociations with him. The principle Head-
Qinrters still here, bnt are expe£ted to be
| A Congress for Peace will probably soon
be opened, which will not be of lotvj du
FALMOUTH, August 30.
On Thursday last arrived here the Ame
rican brig Maryland, cjpt. Tyfon, in 36
days from Baltimore : partid on Tuesday
la/1 the homeward bound Jamaica fleet, con-,
fiflintf gfahout 7J fail, under convoy of his
Majesty's fliip Hannibal,
LONDON, Sept f.
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