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the eoticSrrence of tke canflituted antU«riti*t,
. The fame men whs in Toulon proclaimed Lorn*
XVII. arc preparing to tote in the primary aud e
■ cSoral assemblies, where they no doubt hops lo
renew the attempts they nude at Toulon.
Freron concluded by proposing a decree to th.»
effect ; that the inditiduals who gave up theport
ft of Toulon to ihe Englifti who maintained a lie«e
of fonr monrhs again ft the troops of tke fepitbiie,
and who fled with the Eng'.ilh are
'Iniliuted in the operation or the pasTed in
I favor us thufe who fl«4 the.: country on account of
the events of the 31ft May j that they arc declar
ed. rrftigrants and shall be punished as such.
Tkflien conSrtned the truth of the llaterr.ent
just. given. He moved that the contention
♦ further fnjisfy itfelf on the fuojeft of a recurrence
to the correspondence of the committee of general
fafery. It proves completely, that the counter rev
olution is making rapid advances in the south, the
republic is there on the b'Uk of annihilation.
Tne convention decreed, that they would hear
the reading of the correspondence of the committee
k of general fafety, that Ifabeau fhonld, before the
F 1 adjournment make the report which he was dirc&ed
to make on theliruation at the republic.
Frerofl's propoled decree was in substance adopt
Ilabeau in the name of the committee of general
fafet'^lniKunced, that that committee was busy in
forming a fnmmary of their correfpoodence for
three month* back : but this work was not yet uom
pi.te; twodaysmore would l>e uquired to com
plete this view of affairs, which would prove, that
the emigrates or tranfportedpiiells whohave return
ed are the principal causes of the troubles which
have arisen in molt of the departments. Already
the committers of the government have given or
ders to the adjniniftration of Jura, Doulss and of
Upper Same, to have them arrested.
Several members blamed the weakness of the
Convention, for not having sooner put a (lop to the
5 return ot rhofe priests.
Bsrras called on 'he convention to aft with fitm
i 1 ness again# the enemies ;:f the republic. Every
wheic, said he, murders are committed in the name
of the King and of God. I Mo not wiflji you to
pals a decree.without mature reflexion ; but if you
wi(h to lave youi co m'ry, direst your committee to
present to you measures though severe, yet just and
conformable to the unequivocal wilh of the conven
tion— Decreed. 3
treat'y of peace
Between French Republic and the Landgrave
| of Hefle Caffel.
fTranflated from a Paris paper ofStpt. 4.]
Art. h i'here shall be peace, friendfhip and good
Hnderftanding between tht French Republic and
the Landgrave of Keffe Cafl'el.
11. Consequently, all the hostilities between the
two contracting parties ftiall eeafe from the time of
b the exchange of the ratifications of the prefeiV;
treaty, and neither (hall, from tly: lame epocl.a,
furnifh against the other, in any way whatever,
yirhcfyffiftanceor contingent, in men, hones, piu-
L _ vilions, money, ammunition, nr.o'hcrvvlCt. . . £
Jll. The l-.mdgrave ef HefTc Cafftl shall, as
long as the war between the Republic of France
*r,d England lasts, neither protect or renew the'two.
Itihfidiary treaties which fubfi-t between him and
This provision ftiall be in force from the day ot,
the date (if the present treaty.
IV. The Landgrave fliall conform exa&ly, with
regard to thb paffageof traops through histeriito
, ries, to the provilioskt ftiptilated in »he convention
concluded at the last 23 of Fiona! (17th
May, '95) between the French Republic and the
King ot FrufTia.
V. The French Republic fliall retain pofleflion
ef the forlrefs of Rheinfelde, the city of Saint
Goar, and that part of the county of Citzenellen-
which is situated on the left fide of the
Rhine. All definitive arrangement respecting
thole pofTefiHns, Rial! be postponed until the peace
between the French Republic and such parts of
Germany as are yet at war with thens,
VI. All communications & commercial relations
shall be restored between France and the Itates of
the .Landgrave of Heife Cartel, on the footing on
which they Hood before the present war.
VII. To the governments and individuals of the
fwo nations refpeitively ftiall be granted rettitution
of the effedts, revenues, or property of whatever
nature, detained, feqneilrated, or confifcatcd, on
account of the war which hat taken place between
France and Hefle, as well as fpcedy juitice with re
fpeiS to any credits whatever, which they might
have in the territories of the eontrafting parties.
VIII. All the prilonert refpeftively made since j
the beginning of the war, without regard to the
difference in number or rank, shall he returned in
the space of two months at the fartheft after the [
exchange of ratifications of the present treaty, with
out any impediment whatever, they paving, how
ever, the debts they may have contused during
their captivity. The fame shall take place with re
fpedt to the sick or wounded, immediately after
There shall immediately be named on each fide
commiflioners to fee to the execution of this arti
i cle, the provifionj of which are »ot meant to ex
tend to the HefTian ttoops in the service of Eng.
. land, made prisoners during the war.
I Lt»treaty>(h«ll have effeA only after be
jring ratified by the eontra&ing parties, and the rat
tn< ations shall be exchanged in ;his city of Bade,
within a month, or fconer if pofltble, reckon
in" from this day.
In witueft wh»reof, we the underignW pleni
potent.anes of the French Republic, and of his
molt fertne highness the Landgrave of HefTe Caf
fel, by virtue of our powers, have fignej this treaty
of peace, and have caused our refpeitive f ea l t to be
Done at Basle, the 11th day of the month of
rurtidor.of the 3d year of the French Republic,
[Aug. 20, 1795.]
FRANCIS B.\ RTHELEMY,
Baron of Walfi-d'Efchrn.
HAGUE, August xf.
t Mr. Scbukart, minister of his Dari/h Maje*t\*
has tianlmi'.ted to the reprefeutativis or the Bata-.'-
a lan people a note, to inform them, that the kme,
has appointed M de Ki.iglhcrjjeu, ci
s devint admiral of the Dutch fleet Under the Prince
t of Orange, and who was in Febiuary lad artcutfa,
e to thi flation of tirft adminrTof his uary.
v . His Majesty does not doubt but that their High
t Mighunedes will fee with plcafure a raan who loves
11 the republic, called to an eminent station, in the
if service of 3 Prince the friend and ally of the Batav
ian nation. M. de Kingfbergen, before he accep
ted of the appointment, had exprtfsly refer'ted to
t hirafelfthe power of never serving agaunt the United
4 province*, his native country.
e We hear from Cullenbourg that the Orange par
il ty having (hewn itfeltonthe 2 lit. inft. by wearing
- the yellow cockade, and by the cry of Otange for
e evei. the measures takc.i by the Conilituted autho
uties, seconded by the courage ot the National
r had lucceeded ill dillipating totally the af
t and in arreltinjr the prini ipal rebe s.
SATURDAY tVJiNING, OCTUHtR 31, 1795.
Ycltciday the Ticket, No. '* the Canal
j Lottery'of this St.ite, was draw-o a jniae 01 50,000
1 Dollars. This Ticket was purchafcd a tew days aj;o
n by a Ueutlcui.u of this-citv,
" Ntw-York, 19th OA. 179f.
" ON "returning to town last evening, from Rye, I
( had the pltafure of receiving the l»tter your Excel
liruy did me the humour to write an tke iu&ant ;
, iiilaiminjj me, that, the uiual intercourse batween
New-York and Philadelphia had been reflored, and
inciofing a copy of the report of the lalpedtor. us the
p Health Office on that fubjeit.
This information is lendered the more accepta
ble, by the leniimtjrts of benevolence «ad fympathv
: which accompany it. Good offices under the pressure
rot calamities, endear focietics, as well as individuals,
to each other; andt'uy defi-rve -well of mankind in
general, who, by infuling into the bitter cup of ad
ve lity, the hlellings of beneficence and humanity, pro
mote the influence and operation of this great truth,
tuat Ihr rtlati've dui ta and iHtvreJis of tM.'n art lift -
1 J have the honour to be, with great rcfpeift,
1 Your Excel I (si cry'a
M<dt obedient tumble servant,
His Kxcelleney Thomas Mifflin, Esq.
Oovtinor ol Pennfyl <,mia.
Extra<sl ot a letter from Poi'L-de Plix, dated October
" 1 have already wruten to you by this conveyance ;
the prelent ftrves to communicate some intell.geuce,
which might be proper to make public. A privateer
call d the ( 'Vdlctinc, Captain Antuine Sliaplan, fitted
( ■it f 1 tin js'cw-Yurk. ari'ived here two days ago^—
Upon her pailage ihc took the fh;p , belonging to
Daniel Ottara and Son, of Charleiton, 8. C. Captain
Wa ever, bound lrnm isvannali to St. Thomas, who
Ivuiltei! Daaiih colours, for which reason they fay llic
*as i ap.uicd. They put the Captain to torture by
thumb (trews, and robbed him of his clothes, quad
p rant, Sec. Which were afterwarus fold by public ven
due on board the privateer. They put Capt. Macever
On board" an A»ne. icari vell'el bound to Rhude-lUaud,
111 ihirt and tiowlcr« ; the lhip was sent to the Cape.
1 hry detained, as pri.oneris on board the privateer, the
mate and three hands belonging to the lhip; the mate
> came cn ihdre lilt eVeninj; at nine o'clock, with an of
-1 ficer to guard him whillt he lupped-— at l'upper he
touud, means to cominuaicate his situation to some A
1, "tencjns who happtn|d tolje present, but he could,
not lay nius'h ; luiwe'ver «pplicatios» was instantly
made to General I.eveaux, by a number of American
nmlteis ; the Capta.n, and all the officers of the pri
■ vateer w r re arrelled, and the Americans set at liberty.
1 Capt. Macever's il-eve buttons were found in Shap
-1 lan s shirt, he alio had 011 his boots ; another his coat,
t and ath rd Ins fattin breeches and lilk Itockings. M«
dec.are J" upon his arrival 1 hat thev had made no prizes
, on thi;ii patTagt. The proper oificcrs are now examin
ing int<> ti c matter, and by the next conveyance vou
shall have the refuli."
Nantucket, Oflober 13.
f Mr Ruflcll—'There has arrived from Woolwich
f .J >on 'be CoaU of Africa, the following whalemen,
with full ships, via. Ship. Commerce, Gardner ;■ B«f
---t ,<>n '"'acker, * ; Minerva, Myrick ; Union, Gard
ner—and Fox, Jay.
I D M * kp ;' rfe ] Saturday evening last, by the Right
Revd. Dr. W mi i>., Mr. WILLIAM JAMES, to
1 the amiable Miss DOLRY, both of this city.
In the Circuit Court at Bojlan.
' Reed vs. Blown.
1 his was an afti.n br«u R ht by capt. Reed for
1 the recovery of the Schooner Hope, illegally detaiu-
ed from him. It appeared that the fcliooner, on a
voyage; trorn Newbury Port fur Guadaloupe. wa»
captured by a Britilh armed Ship, and sent into An
tigua whrre, Guadaloupe, being proved actually
blockaded, (lie was tried, condemned and fold
The Merchant who purchased her, sent her to Bos
ton with a cargo of Weft India Produce, under the
command of Reed, a short tinac after her arrival
here, the circumllancet of her capture being gene
rally known, a number of people colle&ed aud dif
mittitleil her. A few days carrying the news of
her bring in this harbor, to her former owner in
Newbury Port, he cnmc round and rcplevined her;,
and has everfinee held pofTeflion and employed her
for his own emolument. Reed proved the legality
of her condemnation, and the fairnefs <sf the subse
quent purcliafe ; and.the jnry gave a verdict in his
favor, with 500 dollars damages.
THE earth and Ikies shall sooner pass away,
Than vice to virtue its just homage pay
Hence all the lies and flanders that we fee ■
For George, and villsins, never can agree.
The fclinoner Paragon, capt. Clark, from Gonaives
last Saturday evening, in 1; fathoms water, ,as board'
ed by tlif Bermndian privateer flirp Ceres, Capt Nord
— (he mounts 18 or 10 guns, and failed last from Ha'
u"; L f, ft VtlTrrs. frl,oonefs J° h ". niinoi., a»d
Hawk, all of Philadelphia, to fail f or .litto m a few
The ship Hippy Return, Capt. M'Cauley, i ?
from Londonderry, is arrived at New-Cattle with
nearly 300 pasten Kt r», all in health- ,„d have been
exceedingly well treated
.■l' rvujl:.at the Fort.
i'ii„ and ilairies unLnowu.
» S ¥ O c K t.
1 | Cent; - - - - . is.-ft
Three per Cent. fo fg
XJeferred six per Cent. - - - l ljyio
BAi\K United States, ------ J t pr. Cent.
e — North \meric*, ----- , e
i, Penafylvania, - -- -- -
iNfURANc* CttMpan r North A.*cri«, pr asnt.
h ; """■ Pcnnfjrlvani»,[Ut. »tfj 6 pr. cent.
BY THIS DAY'S MAILS.
1 COOPERSTOWN, Oaobcr .6.
j Circuit Qeurt.
Otfwego Comity, October ij.
P.j the hunorabie Morgan Lewis, one the Judges
, of 'be Supreme Court of the State of New-Yotk.
I oe Grand Juror# for said county, having in
compliance with yuur excellent charge," attended to
I the fevcral duties thereby enjoined, cannot reitft
the pleaiuie of alluring you how cordially tliey
participate with you in the patriotic and dignified
fenttmcnts therein cxprefled.
1 he flourifhing (tats of this country, as it it the
result of the prudence and induthy of our felloy
cttizen*, caunot tail of exciting plcaliug and
1 fill emotions in every philauthopic breatl ; and your
:> obfcrvatiur.s on the improvements therein,
=> finceyou, laftvifit, afford* additional pleai'urc; a.;d
as you have jutfly observed, is evincive of the pre
valence of those virtues for which it is our highest
ambition to 6c Uiiinguitlied.
We contemplate with fatiifi&ion the •excellencies
of our federal Government, and feel pleasure it> ob
i that our sentiment*, »u that important ("üb
-1 jei2, ari: perfectly cotrefpondent to yours. Permit
: us to ad<i, that our fatisfadioii is increased on re
fledling that by the vigilance and wisdom of otn
- executive council*, we are happily prevented from
a participation of the HellruAiv* war in Europe.
We conceive it our duty to state, that a cam.
' plaint exhibited to this inquetf agamft the iirft
Judge of this tfounty, appears to «s to be fouuded
• in malice and ingratitude, and that tl»e unworthy
, attempt to injure hi# character, has only served to
' difinterellednef* and benevolence.
Francis Henty, foreman, Rowland Cotton, Elihu
Phimiey, Norman Landon, Rodolphm Elderkin, 1
vVilham Lathrop, James Adlin, Samuel Hunting- j
ton, James Gray, Jonathan Seymour, Eb'r Averill, ]
Isaac Stacy, William Abbot, jerah Stevens, Perez
Briggs, Samuel Ciafts, Ozia* Waldo, Elias Wright I
GEORGETOWN, (S. C.) Oa. 6.
The following letter , friu* the President of the
U"ited States was received by Inlt p>ft f in |
answer to the petition of the inhabitant* of
Georgetown and its vicinity, refpetfinj; the
Treaty between the United States and Great-
United State*, Sept. 14, 179 J.
I received your letter of the 31ft July, which
covered an addrcli of the inhabitants of George
tow* and it* vicinity, exprrffing tbeir opi»io» *n
tlie Tieaty lately negotiated with Great-Britain,
—and requeuing, that it »ight not reeeive my
It i* now well known, that my aflent to the
Treaty ha* been given—and the principle* which
governed my determination have also been made
On a fubjefi (o complex, and having such cxten
five relations, foroe diversity of opinion might be
expedted. But those of my fellow citizen* who
believe, that " in the course of • perilous war and
arduou* administration," I have giveu proof* that
" I loved my country," will not easily be persuaded
that, at tbi* late period, and in one of the meft
1 important aft* of a life which has been devoted to
it* service, 1 have eeafed to lore it.
WWle I acknowledge the pleaftfre derived from
the confidence of my fellow-citizen*, I may aflure
them of my unalterable attachment to their true
, interest*. With due refpeA,
I am, Sir,
GlO&CI HzilOT, Esq.
NORFOLK, Oflober 22. I
The Ihip Betsey, belonging to this port, and
bound to Bordeaux, with pr«vi(i«n*, i* captured
by the Hebe frigate and sent into Portsmouth the
Yeftcrday arrived in Hampton Road* the fchoon.
er Shepherdef* of Baltimore, Capt. Childs, in it
1 days from Jaquemel ; —left there the following
Brig Sea Nymph, M'Dougal, Philadelphia
(Mr. Wall, the owner, sick there.
Schooner Delaware, Pvudergrafs, ditto
i Brig Hetty, Thompson, New-York
Schooner Experiment, Pease, Baltimore
Sloop Industry, Franklin, Providence
By a gentleman who came paflenger, and who
ha* been through all the Weft-India island*, we
learn, that on the 13th and 14th Sept. there were
two (hock* of an earthquake fell at Martinique ;
. fame day a party of negroe* atttacked the guard
on Calibafh hill, but were repulsed with very little
That 6000 troop* and several ships of war ar
ri»ed at Barbadoe* on the 15th of September, and
part of the fleet, it wa* expected, had gone for
That he wa* in the town of 4t. Domingo, in
the Spaniffe part of Hifpaniola, on the 2d of Oft.
where they were gre.-.tly diffatisfied with the treat y
By a Bntijh armed brig arrivet! on Monday even
ing tn Hampton Roads from Spit head, we have
favoured with a few Londtn papers at late
as the $tb of September—they eontuiu ntthing inte
rej',"S- l'rom them tut have tnk-n what follows.
LONDON, Septrmb;r 5.
His fcrene highness the Duke of Bourbon, ar
rived in town fiom Stadt yesterday morning.
The Duke d* Angoqlefme i; c*me to town with
the F.nrl of Moira, to w!i»f c c *ie he is entrusted
The Ville f!e Paris of lto-gunj, the Duke of
gf. _s"d the Dircflor ««f 64 jjil..*, were all com
tnilUoucd vclcrdty for the Mediterrantsa ftitwn,
Lut the names of ike cornmardett sre not veti'-.iie
Ad«i. ileecan, with the fleet which were enfit
nig in the Noith Se ; », it anivrd in the Down,
I£> Lei tr!-'from Leghorn, us the 23th lilt, i: fiuiim,
that acim. Hethara 'h the Britannia of lto guns,
with tite rett of his fqaadron, were off FicjiU Bay
and the Hicres, where they expedled t« meet li t
French fleet. V
The regiments intended for the Weft Indi'ea aic
t» be completed by dnifts from other regiment*
and *»lnntceis from the Fenci'cle corps, to whorx
government offers a bounty of five guinea* a man.
Even with both lhefe refugees it will he difficult)
to make up t>ie number of 25,000 effective men.
li ** confidently reported, that an infurreftio®
hai taken place at Madrid, and that the King aa&
Letters liom Stockholm of the lid ult. adrifa
I that the King Sweden has teftore£ to the wifip
ol the ci dcvaiit Baron Anrfeldt all the landed
' d property he pc/ffeffed in Sweden, and to the father
ot the traitor Ammoii, the elates which the latter
was poficfied of in that kingdom.
1 lie Rapreleiitativei of Holland have ordered,
that ail the emigrants (houid leave that province
within three weeks. All foreigners are likewise to
give an- account to the mutticijjahties of the cause*
J of their ftajr.
_ Pr.;Bi the general diff»o(iti->n that lately appeared
in i*ia:ice, is realcm to hope, uotwitiillanuit g
the de.rect againlt emigrants, that all thufe, wh. ,
since Augult 1792, have been obliged to fly f,ol*
their country, hi order to save their live*, will, in
_ courie 01 a few months, be permitted to ic
rite state of the peace between Fiance and the
t Empire, puts us in mind of a .reply of the famau*
n Duke of Marlborough, to a perion who asked hi*
opinion of its probability, under ciuumflancii not
_ toially diffimilm : " All I know <f it," said the
\ Duke, "is, that pleiiipotontai ies are apj.oiated
d 111 plenty—there an hundied thi.ut»ud on one fide,
and (eventy-five thonTand 011 the other. 1 '
0 By Lta I 'filcei lately arrived froin Brest ea his pa
role, we learn, that the activity in the arsenal at
■ that port was at its highest pitch ; the work wa*
) I car,lr d on day aud night Ly gangs of.*; tificers and
' 1 labourers cnliantly fucctcding each other. Thiy
J fcemed l*n 111 fitting out < hrefly fiigntcs and fmal!-
er veflcls, as few hand* have been now iitid thca
leen employed ou the two or three line of battle
• ships there building. Two 66 gun (tips had jttft
been eut down to stout frigates ; several captured
f merchantmen were fitting out-for Lranfports with
" expedition, at tionp* of the line were daily
■' ! arriving to embark on hoard.of them ; their defii
f nation was not at all conjured at. On (he decrte
- of the Convention for a general fitting out of pti
vateers, reaching Brest, the spirit of enterprize im
mediately appeared iti the dilh-fa, a* the people
direiSly began to taik of joining together in small
" bodies to fit them out. Merchantmen, captured
- from the different nations, were daily fold to tre
" Sited up as pnvateers. It wit repotted that tits
. fatd plan would he generally adopted throughout
r the lea-coast, at the people were constantly fayiag,
we fliall n«w get rich at the expence of the Engliih
f nation. Now and then an account Would reach
Brest of the Chouans and Reyalilts Iteing again in
e arms, but it weiild immediately die away on feme
hearty oatht iaking place, fa little afraid are the
people of Brest of any thing of confequenoe heinjr
' do "« h V The Englilh officers who were
3 prisoners there, were generally allowe.! very exte.i
---» live parole., and treated rather fairly, except when
t any one would make hit cfcape, aad then the whole
» would be immed.aTely ordered into close conhae
n mt " for a! ' d P'K "pan liort allowance.
..T. Ivf (JI! iH, September t.
This daV tv/c Spanift packets arrived here from
Cor 11 nil a ; t>a'. with and the other with
the mails due, asid an amhaflad'or. By a gentlemait
e of veracity in one of the packets, lam iufo.med,
that he I ft Madrid 15 days agoy at which ti*.«
there was a general infui reaion. The King and
Queen of Spain were incog, and duift not appear -
aad » was believed there that the infunoAion w
become general through the whole dominion*. A
conft.mtioe the fame as Fiairte seem* the wifl> of the '
j people, and pnefts and prieftcraft dwindle into dif
d r.pute. Another pevfan, who set off for London
e immediately, fays, that in travelling thro' Spain he
perceived a general difaontent prevail amono all
rank* of people, and a gene.al wilh for a revolu
1 OAn adjourned meeting of the
Pennsylvania Society fof-ihe promotmj ot the Aboli
tion o; Slavery, Mc. «te. Will be held the ,d of the
next month, at 6 o'clock ih the evening.
' ■ . if .iL Til J-Kanllin, Secrttiry,
c ' ITnitid Statis, ) /r "
e Peanfylvtnia DiftritS, ) "•
5 In purfuanee of 1 Writ tv tnc dlteScd, from the h««ora
. ble Richard Peters. Juu»eof tho DitUiCt Court in aad
for the Pennsylvania Dillf-i#,
| Will be exposed to Public Sale,
\ At the Merchant* Coffee House, in the City Philadelphia,
. On Saturday, tb■■ ji'-j Day 'if A'ovtmitr next,
At 12. o'clock at p.mq,
• Th<? called t£«
IpERF K c T,
-SapCwav BURTHEN 64 ten., with all and fm/o
---u r Cr '? f ' par nd f*™''" '«• a ' the fame now are;
the said . l.iop having been cendeaed to pay mariner*
WM. WBHOLS, Marlhal.
3 '' ' 795 ' 71-
E nse mva'-orr may f ?lta lt triJ offirß _
1 hirty Dollars Reward.
R AN away from the fubfariher a young man aamei
V Alexar.dtr WDmndl, about 5 fact 9 inches high,
wore a light cloth coat, and took «ith him a large
brown leather trunW. He hr, , ft anillleri in
speech, Whoever apprehends tE,e said M'£>on D e!L
(h.dl iTccive the above reward, p.nd »TT c li v - e < b*
briogmg him to SIMON V/AfKFB
Ofl-3.. 4t. Doc-k-flrret.,,..
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found the fL-tu, is r q.-fted to f : 0 . '
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pri.tor, « tie number ha, i. or checked ..iti. Ui. . . t
oft if Lottery m P akdeiphia, .