Gazette of the United States. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1795-1796, November 14, 1795, Image 2

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CL A from refpeAfally informs the public',
in Miniature, in f«ch
%*?* L pleating a manner, a, will, he hopes, fatisfy
V. J° - m * 7 e,^'° y h ' m " His war
. - ranted, his fittings ihort, and his terms easy.
Hi. R*ca is at No. z, north Fifta-ftreet.
Norembcr 11. §1?t
P. S. A« ha fbortly intends retorning to Francc, he
jnvitfs ft.j, l.adie. a»d Gentlemen as may be deuroas of
prefeift dme P ° r£riits drawn > t0 uk e advantage of the
A Hat,
ENTIRELY new, was exchanged lift Erenin? at Mr.
"j A "/ pcrfan who has it in "his poffeflion, is re
jneiUd to call on the Printer. , *
The Hat hid a yarrow baud with a finall bu&le, and a
white lining; manufadured by JimetTiffin, Piiilad.
NOY - *d 3 t. ,
Delaware Bridge.
• and Managers of tfae Company for e- !
' re «'"g » Bridge ovar the river Delaware, at the Bo- ,
rough ofKalton, v
Give this Public Notice, {
That they will, until the firft day of February next, re
ceive propofali of suitable plans or models tor the fcid q
Bridge; as al:o for the eredion thereof, and the delivery a
f„,ft J"? / 1C a gth ° f the Brid S* wi » k < « the d
least Coo feet, and mult not be csmpofed of more than
jnrcc archci. rr
A.y inclined to engage in the above andertal- b
ie!r.T" Ps % lhc ' r pIaHS and propyls to the rt
•coretary of the Company at Kafton. j,
By-trior % f ti. Pwcjiicnt and Mmarm,
m 0 r, r i JOIIM ARNDT, Secretary. '
-g'Aii, Pcnnfylvi,n,,Nov. 12. mw & | tr
City Dancing Aflembly. p<
r !I comme ««* '«r the S«aS.n, on te
fharfday ireninj, the tjth inlt. W|
J rj b Redm.lH, -j H!1
Sam. Stsxrstt, £ Managers. th
—*■-»■■■ l -r.
Or te tike 011 a Lease of about 3 years, to commence ?/
» oa or aheut ill of April ncxt>
A small Farm, mo i
' J° 10 Nacres, with fufficient.building for farm- i? ::
«3g the fame, and a. decent heufe for a genteel family
en equal proportion of meadow, arable, and woodland, 3 r
and a short distance from Philadelphia, Trenton, or Wil- c ""
""""y,"' ;;;
' " Notice. £
A LL persons indebted to the late partnerihip ef Web- Tr,-,
„ & trb ' t '> are dofired to make payment 1
?. k * Vj' AOt "'- T ' No - 6 -5. Chefnut-llreet," who E
" \i. r n ?i to T "" vc th " Those who hare claims lntc
r. rm W present them to hira. Ho
Demands on the eilate of the late Ptlrtiab WAfi.r, de- cess
I j" 8 t0 u . < " lilibite ' l t»>e fnbfcriber—and thofa f om
indebted to the fa.d e*ate, are requested to make par- ' ,
j RUTH PERIT, Ex.cutrl; 11
QMcr 13. . No. 47fouth Water-street.
Portraits. I unif
ANY Ladies and Gentlemen, who are desirous of hav- anc *
_ 'hjiL-L'kenefTcs taken, mar have tyw k r
to the Painter, at ..Jo. 112, coriKr "otUnioa and mily
Oaober""' W th ' y Can h ' Ttk " cl 10 r P cci » sn *- mer
- " ?9 " cod Spar
Le Breton, " c^ u
fufil ./'the ir'elrmted Mr. Dutch, U t Denl :j, tll Xr „ mi ll(Hi
Rljal Sam,] mrnirr ./th. C.11.y ,ni An- the C
demy of Surgroni at Paris, " the S
K«ps a complete aifortment of erery thing neeeffary te un«b
be nfed for the j^ no
Prefervatisn tf the Mouth and Teeth. Zenl,
Jatent mineral Teeth, and human and ivory Teoth ; Den- obtai
mice in powder,- Opiate; excellent Elixir lor fweetenin* l Qtlv
tho moutn, and preferring the teeth. He alio furn.lhes X
Srulhes and foft'Sponges. betWt
5T He lives in Chrfnut-ftreet, No. 135, above Four*- ciofe
■Sift. 19. e od. merci
~ — tcrmii
Andover Iron Works ciepar
PHEY'are situate in the counties of Suflex and »!forris ri
X in the State u s New-Jersey : The ore lies within a' Laws
■lie of the Furn.ce,,, esteemed of the firft quality of any shewn
Tb- C1 ' and J ,ar?lcularl y »J3 P ted for making Steel, of Sp,
The Furnace and Forge, to which belon- between i t and P
" - —* Rere * of will be foM torr*th<-~: nV JfiCncc
m to""".MMflMil diltaht irrega
tr- 1 rr — land If]
10 be itifpofed of at private sale, addiiio
Parfuaat to the last Will and Tefu„ tnt .f Casper ®raff
deceafcd, '
ha. , Pl
• 74, north Fifth, near Vinc-fir^tl^both t oodfta" d ? rfat
kulinelt, particularly |he former. For terms tforl of
CASPER GRAfF, \ E«cutors. of •
JW,*,, I7?J . of Co ,„
Notice is hereby given that an at- rt?
taehment wa, iifued out o! the inferior/court of Common p
. feu in and for the county of Cumberland, i„ lht liate oi P°" u g a
Nefcr jersey, returnable on the twenty-fifth day of Fcbru e^e P"
ICTWI, jpin« the goods and chattels," rights and cr-dits a p»rt!ci
hnds and tenements of George Kutz (not being a resident i tfpeftj v
at that time within the state of New lerfev) at the fait r,f f 1
ionathan Bailmger, indorsee of Job butter, whichw» °
levied by.the shenjt of the roa ;: ty of Cumberland «oa . h,ls tcn
n certaiu fioopor shallop ca/Jed the Fly of Philadelphia" u,,,m porl
yvth its appurtcijartces, «by the return of the fakUh riff Monte
appc-.r—and rtotlre if alio hereby colony c.
T (l > f 'J !CaiVA y I°. thl direction of an afl of the •« A V,,,
Lepflature of the state of Ntw-Terfcv in s uc h c»fr „A' U1
and provided, that ui left tii# fa'd George Htiifft-ir s u "
pear and five fphciii bail to answer thc'ftlt so as afore "
fed mstituted egar.kt lum by the fUd Jonathna 3alW r «»a!l trad
Within luch time as is prescribed bv la"' « r
rhat cafe judgment ftafl be entered" tain It t ui£ll !
* th« ihe said ' he " tCn
•forefaid fe«ed oa the,faid attachment" will be fold for C,t Y ° r "«
ttw fatisficiicn of all " creditors who- fliall acpear to be L»W oi
ihat purpose. there ° n ' ; 'K n «>U
Dated at Sakm, in the county of Salem, in tie fa'd '
«,te, the thirty first day of M»reh A. V
r i ' dents of t
L..h, H~ati, SHclh*, ■> ' LU "- ble."
Attoi ,ey f»r the lU£f. j" « j t
1 'turn? J cftabiiihed
- ; -•l-7JB ;r v r - : -IVr.
is the public, —
ure, in fach On the mvedives again# the £££SrD£NT.
lopes, fatisfy uAnv
£fe» are war- at Moon, ye deady dog> of nigh?)
She neither heeds your bowl, nor fl> - '
§,9t- === ■
France, he IFROM Trl ./.? 1
s dellroMS of
Jtage of the THE DEF]
Unlike a plan of I }. f
. ancicnt governments, .0
re P ll ' ,ltloft 'heir eitii fe
oD '" r * beneath their
-Vic, and a hc», the Colon, l es of r
Phife. Ed with entirely diffc. ,
3t - of dependanee on the ■ ,
ion hai been made fy s f ;
.anvfore »!»dl IIM <&## ufelfa - s aii "V*.
Colonies, andforthat: ij.
eri from trading to them. ""
y next, re- fmporta'it political events life and pass in such
r the fcid quick succession, that we are liable to Wet facts 1
' be C «the j familiar to u S in f eriod« within the or- 1
nore than Y V '-"T ° f was '
more cnt.cally exam.ned, or jenerady understood c
nndertal- befor ® the American Rerolutlon, than that which t
sal» to the relpected the connexion between Great Britain and c
her Colonies! alUere then agreed that the Col®, a
■erttary. . lrade j"" 1 navigation were ftibjeft to the res- c
w&« ti-Hmtsaud regulations of the parent state. It was f
Bot again It this dependence and commercial mono- 5
poly that the Colonies complainol '.--They were u
willing to submit to them—J: was t l, c un L ft (j
taSan, on te . m P l tutax them, to raise a revenue from them, h
f .wn out tIK-ir consent, which firm it
and fpintca oppofuion, which c^chd a X+Xbto of n
"'gf- r - f '"'" rg ~ thu "- b - c^a^afc Of tr 7S i im!, Ult li
— pwi...,, 1
an.™« ~, , ""™ l =»"»"«. J/,™
the commercial advances .f the JU L-pL to the
Tt&r !ry ' r* rt i>» ti
ir farm rL :P c< V lve members ! excluding every iV ca „f t . x c i
amily— n ln t«rnal or external for the purpose of raisin ot
lodland, * ""evenue on the fnbjedls rn America without their D
orWil- consent The " colonial of other naticm, fit
«i 7 ' pe
thus Portugal shuts out all foreigners from th : Br.,- ca
■ *.ls a. well as from her Asiatic poffefi.r, s , Spaio to
,f WA V , m T 3 J ,nd I,er, up
armfnt T^?/ 1 F °?'S. ner » her At',a, J ch
t, who oß ®' a " d limits within narrow bounds their ly
1 claims mtereourfe with her colonics in the Weitindie, '
Holland guards with the mifcr's vigilance the ar! on
"ioft ? f r' Ce lflar ' dS ' aDd ' m:tatf3 ,ho "S !l wilK uni
e n m u Wt rT ,r C r liCy oflhe ° lher : ,o w« to
tn*, h " Wcft-lndia polfeflions.—And England, by sim
(lre«. b« »« navigation, which has been in operation jrul
for more than a century, aflcrted, and hitherto ha, of i
uniformly adhered to the like fr of exclu&w of,
f hav- a "d Monopoly. in (
the LVcloiaH all/s: r t. e ys; ■ >j,
r* zzrft ] '":r •" «Jt £ ;2E
cod Zl 7B ° bee ," " blet ° P i- fti.u intothe in ,
Spamdj col»aial Territoriee where fl le m i ght have cial immense wealth by the sale of her manu- Th,
tafturcs, her wines, and ker Brandies— Holland dy
though a part ofthe Spanish monarchy long *f« r enc,
- T d,fco . v "y of A." 1 "'"' and tke of her
the Spanr/h power tn that quarter of the world wa, and
.ry t. unable after her feparat.on from Spain and the ac- judi
th T rl ,nde P en -' c "«. "en in the ving
De'„ obtain K -f*' power upon th. ocean, to past
enint , on t / " l™? 2 <ha " in ,h < Spanilh Co- publ
Ulbe. , e , -p yn Amcrl "—Th C rival Wars the .
between "e Enghn, and the Dutch toward,'the ever
urtk- close of the last century which originated in com pofei
' mercia! competiUon and jealousy, were fuccelJirdy their
terminated, without England yielding the fmai/elt , geou
departure from the exclufire ly& m , L, c
contained in her aft of navigation, j( ) I t
jrris, Gieat Britain though maintaining h« e-xclufive mon<
bin a Laws agai.fl other nation, at d.ffer.nt has the i
any (hewn the ftrongefl desire ,0 fltare i„ ric , MracJc mcrc
'.«1. of bpain with iter colonies—The w.;i .hat t ,«- be to
- -py ?cd '" '739' WAe (irtr, fc« rea,' -
impediment,, Great Britain h„ „n,To„r.!v S
Bav Hr 'r CXtCn<! hf> ' inT .
' O"! H , ond,,ra -'> to form eftablifttmerflj at hulk ™
— land! (land and more recently at Nootii Son r l,r '• 0 •
additional proofs of the si/eH
. a(r> the fuhjedf of her Colony Trade. U ' V T '!7
Portugal, whose political fafetv nore than '
nd,, has appeared to deocm! >» ,1, chmm
f- Great' Britain LX'ield t o^ 'hf^ 0 " ° f Certa '''
eaeh of these powers and Crcn T twetil Wnder
- a
~ • |»riicip,i,'„„ , r . d ™2 SZ"
nt refpedbve colonics the AsH-it r' are P ri
~ unimportant and Mir.arv «« ? epA4, w }' »^ c "«
ff Monteffj::,eu t*fo ;},«• Law r < . ■ cou
y colony commerce to the benefit of ?},$L ' - ' e
« " A Fundamental law »f «»■ .IMg"!' =*
- *•
I city or new empire. Thus it is Sill a Fundament ""l""
e al of Europe, that all commerce with a f v°
r eign shall b® regarded as a r» r. - I
punished by the la ws of a couatry ; an d{„
' we a;e not to be direfled by the laws and piece
ble!" o « not Mai! applet Stfl
" It is liicwifc acknowledged th»t , * »m 1
between th.
ifitluiia a permiSeß to trade in the colonics ; for
H these always continue in a state of prohibition."
[Mentefquieu Lir. xxi. Chap. xxi.J
;rNT This subject is of to» gi"cat importance not to be
' \ pursued a little further. Principles coiine&ed with'
iit' it, and such as will continue to operate whether we
f! fanftioH or condemn them, remain to be diWofed,
. It is true that the principal end of the dominion
that the European powers hare held over their eol
onics, has, beerr the ironopo'y of their commerce,
" jince in their exclusive trade, (as has been obferv- ]
ed by a fcnfiblc writer on the fubjeft) confiils 'he i
principal advantages of colonies which affbid nei- '
j tlier revenue nor fore* for the defence of the parent 1
country;'' but this is not the sole obje&. Some ]
nations, and among them Great Britain, hare >i
; «i««ed the exclusive navigatron and trade to their i
colonies, in the light in which th»y have seen their ■
si • coalting trade and fifheries ;as a nursery for that 1
body of seamen, whom they have considered not g
pnly as neccfTary to the prosperity and prote&ion of I
:o commerce, but asefiential to the defence and fafety a
of the state. ' g
The situation of Great Britain in this refpeft is o
peculiar, when csmpared with several of the neigh- si
s in such bourtng powers, her numbers and military forces a
get fa&s j are manifeflly inferior. The armies kept on foot tl
n the or- in peace, as well at those brought into the field in v
b/tdl was war, by the great nations in Europe,,are so deci- m
iderftood dedly fupeiior to those of Great Britairf, that were -
at which she a continental power,her rivals would easily be an g
itnin and overriiatch for her. The ocean is her fortification, w
lie Colo, and her alone arc the feldier, whoalonecan ci
the res- defend it. When Great Britain shall become an in- £
It was ferior maritime power, when her enemy shall «c- h
I mono- iquire a decisive superiority oh the lea, what will dt
:y were jrevent a repetition of those conquests the examples j m
iju.'t at- <tf which we find in her early history > N« fubjed fr«
m them, has been more profoundly thot oil than this has been hi
hat firm ii Great Britain. Her policy from the date of her th
►.'/ion of navigation atf, has been guided by these confidera- or
e. fa-, s, 'w..'nd«»f'va!l» v »» a maxim as sacred in Britain, asit fro
;imifh in Athens. Her statesmen, her merchants set
ula t ions Her manufacturers and her yeomanry, comprehend vai
and believe it. I q
veto the Is it then furpriling, that we fee her so anxious an,
of its to encourage and extend her navigation, at to ex- do
of tax elude a, far a, praflicable, foreigners from any (hare be<
railing of her fifheries, hercoafting, and her colony trade ? me
It their ..'oca not candor require us t* admit, since her na
natiof 3 ponai defence reft, upon her navy, which again de .
° R P ?° n h * r f s amcn > whlch an extenfivc navigation 1 t
wßr ? - can alone supply, that Great Britain having more den
pain to r.fque,.. among the last powers likely to break in it ;
lands, upon or materially to relinquish that fyflrm of ex- con
Mat.c clufive colony trade, that has so long and uniform- [wi
r $ eir , 'y prcva.Jera among the great eolaniring powers. and
Indte,.' America ha, her opinion,, prejudge, \Trl
j the fubjeft " f commerce : She isf and i 3 ah
i with Until file shall become a naval power will continu- the'
>owe rs to be, without colonies. But her law. ma„ifcft a
id, by fimllar spirit with t >»*>*"« —nations in the ,«■
ration gulations which they prescribe
'to has of her filheties and her coafiing trade. The object |
lufiun of these laws is as exclusion of foreign competition I
in order to encourage jTydigcteafe her own naviea- I
IV rroTT jwrrTSimen ; from which resources, not only
<e for- ro war, between .ther nations, bat likewise in those
to the in which (he may be engaged, important ccmmer- T
have cial and national advantages may be expetfed vine.
nanq- Jhefe op.n.ons deserve attention ; they havealrea- the 1
Hand, dy had and will continue to have a suitable influ- ! fant,
•M f h ,r 2 0vcrnmen t. But we fliould remcm- mon
nt of ber that other nations have likewise their opinions tifh ,
1 wa. and prejudices on these fnbjefh ; opinions and pre- two !
e ac- judices not the lef, strong or deeply rooted for ha- ai d
n the been tranfm.tted to thep, through a series of man,
n, to past generations. 1 hus, in England, not only the If
iCo- public opinion, but, what is more uncoequertHe of II
ft ars the private inferrfi of many individuals will opp.-fj I w hid
the every change m the existing laws that beL- bitan
«»£ ** ta „r», d f) c 'a
It cannot have escaped notice that ,v. 1„
f ,7°"= - X 'Z
,h« the impediments that (land in the way of the com in
S ZS2SSS7S; f wh|ch ,he^ contf " d - n,0,,1d s
'i-e country. The aS P f' l J f ° f G "
ilk ; getous with a sensible people, buTtheVul'r rt, da u I" terCf
Jid notwithfiamling be on their n-nsrH • a"- burgh
on They d^fpafllon «ely
culrt'es to be encountered In .£ T ■ r «l d.fß- t.on so
ice commercial treaties Ther fli C ! r™* 1 '. 0 " o( our Hilded
of certain how far O ,L nat ; X 'ween
i it;F' ? z °- f «■ w.
Id that these articles make a w-der T °" d , dcm^ u(lrat e burgh aj
of tiih commercial system than has " r Br '* I>avcf(:^,
are preferable to any treaty w ger, who
ie eluded, and that theie is nr' l e bcjore eon. cerned.
hi that the treaty will have a tend" to bc!icT e, the city
''<* agriculture, the commerce, and"the ' 7 •'" ° r '
| our country. ' d thc " av 'gat:on of The 1
- Sn "' 'iwSi
e Mr. Edittir—Stir, Ulte '
» tin l <UhUrLr« Vtrla - <
1 VU 7 ilUr -y u i undltuhnd /./.Jwhifh " d " ThC d
■ wul recormend my furiUtemt to ,'pe« t ,he . No "
I Vitrei to farve, print, having fe»
r< Tfrrc muc ' l greeved to fiml . •• • , wi,tl 'odi'i
t'/J Oifarvur, and fcoldin f» at Mr wT" 1 * j In nlan >' 11
" ,C Prff rdent, „ I think there at/ ' bu!Ui »S tl
' btn »S'«- dy to 4i
™ies j for ment maJe with tho« Jentlcmen a
lition." cumpenfalion far ai the fcutriiitve'V f'l V*". *
p. xxu] wich anonimoufe, bujh fitin* VcnS' -i i ""' c w »b
: not to be lode them. I don't like alit c herVJ / to
f e f with ' ° {a!lways puu raa -•» ">»■! "' n r ay
hether we tyed M Jennetel Put man too h tree -Jl
dilcjoied. tommy.hawks at his hed fur fpo-t • i :hc ' s
dominion nothiu to defend himfelf with but'hi' " ' haJ
their ooi- luvof bit countre. But to cum a ' 4
emraerce, member about 6 veers aifo fwl.r,, i 1 ,r<N
enofeferv- poor man) i ,pl yed to a ,^y
uiiit. 'he , B Conctticut, to be hired by the miimh-H ' ' "
iffotdnei- very much of a Jentelman—eencnis l,' ~ JCW ' J
the parent light and afferbal— but they sol w | P u "
t. Some pation he wud fware like » the old f c i » 8
am, hate -he told me how it was with him and L ' ~" f "
Jto t . l,c ! r me J?"* 1 * 1 wages if i wud let him' U , C
seen their abuse me [,when hf rot btftde iiJiirt ' "' e " ,|J
■ foe that he pkefci." I cfeSri, vS *11, ;r":
tiered not g, n : but the hole time i lived wj,], , u
teihon of beleeve for fartin that he fore more • ' ont
•* 1"■ -i Cd. , week—now Sfi ?
gain many peepel fa v that the PrelVd-nr 4
refpeftis other publick ofifers, arc not the m „// I' J " d
le neigh- to 4 "*
ry forces and therefore fa that neether yu Mr f r "*'
on foot the Calf Ob/arvur, have tie I& rite"» d, ?'
e field in villifi the or Mr. Wulcut und "
:fo deci-1 moufi figticrtures, unles yu pa them do«btl IT"
hat were -if this could be afefled j wud ji„ e yu
Ily be an glur, mane and mite, and threw dun In r
ification, with Vul S arlou S a„d Bully.farhu, a, lt ] , he ton
done can cm-for j hav never loved the PrcfJL f
tne an in- Bradock: deft;!!,. -.'le cabtur ef Com", ' ; •
Ml .«• H,Jt m a, LZ„,
k.. will M „,0 Mt. VuZf"Z St
rxampleg many g-ood florets conccarnin him—it i, uT2
. fubjea fr«m his furft enterin Jnto pufchVk bufine, that he
rT I" r ee ". n ho " 0r d w,th thc confidence a «d efteemTf •
eof her the Legislatures Conetticur, and evry man of a
miidera- prov d mtegnti : but uj to the Legiflatnp, of C„
jr )W ni rj yui inawy aa»»Ti?tr~
in, as it couipofe that b-dy are an .del, diferpaL j t
rrchanu set of phoux ; witnes there long felhons anlex^"'
' cTo\r- - n 'r w "-
ta'f Oifarvur, realy rite moll confounded
anxious and if they wud only R i v the Pref*d<-nt cc r, J '
»to ex. dolars, and dowbel Mr. Wufcuts fala i if ij j
!S V ftheres miire Inline for yu.l—
igation 1 think it wud be rather too bad t« tel the Prcfv.
g more dent, when he wanted a Intel «a(Ji, «t0 borror
'of 10 " 3 h d h X him S
of ex- conftertufton is my gide, Sir— and so Sit why
CI - r l<
. 1 a *, ■ i"P e J te ' n -It makes my very lionet
. lead air, whey 1 r«cor!e<T*that \, cm not Secrarmv i,f
i^feft U .i 16 Treafuree — Wi «t a dajh / Jhoud cut )
object ~ * IS' -— Juir* 1
aviga- From Hamburgh P^erj.
those GOETTINGEN, August 15.
nmer- The hatred of the country people of this pro
-3t SSif"' r' r E " e !" 1 ' '• »«"»f i.erelliE
}'* "l*'"'/. 6 n *' lona l tegiments and the pfa
' faBU co "fider,ng the forelga troops as their com
mem- mon enemy, join on every JL; nft the g™'
1r \i 7s"'-, T '"' , °A°°"
r hi' r? ? u me "/ Wh ° formerl T "C''d to miflruit
b!S ; and ha ; tf esch other has already-proved lat lto
iesof many of the Engliflj. proviu tat„J to
ahle £ of "" bdieVe th * CUrreßt rf P or "' the (!atc »
)p< r ; JJ fh dnorC /' ' nCOlira & cd b r 'he ~f <! 1 feci hi Int
? ' 7- g rad " a!1 y commnnicates U all claffcs of i„!. )a .
, n!5 ' arc det ""»ned to insist th« this Elefl.^te
na ™ J Pa Ti m tI,C rr "° f E "« laill! ' ai " ; ,
I ', raal,y " ded 10 °" e of majesty's p r i rict . s> and
' "fl :7 uk "P ,lis «W««ce among loyal
a " b J e «'' •"•ght prevent the imminent dangers which
«ed ru P " rt f d fjfCty ° f the EJeflorate, if
«cd it fliould continue separated from its foverei™ by
on- an exte ( nfive sea.
s l'!f lh f, Duk , e i Y ° rk ' s intertfl '*6 powerfully slip
s leading JBB r^c -,. , r
cm, the military officers, the majority of the noble's,
and eH F1 A 6 [ \ H'K /Ik '" M bf him- ■
'* i, very probable, the principality
our of Gtubenhagen and the diftrid of Hammeln which
lan- 'Percept the communication between Branden
burgh and the Prussian poffefiions in Weflphalia,
— vvfll be given up to his father in-law afi a compenfa
u°?, 7 S ood ferv '=«. and the Diftoprick of
»ur Hudefheim will at the fame time be divided be
«f- tween the Elector of Hanover and the Duke of
, ; B r «?fw;ck 1 confequcntly all the north of Germa-
Jld ny will in future be under Prussian A.premacy,
nit '
he ANLTONA, August 20. '
he Yeflerday a severe edid was ptibh'fhed at Ham
te , burgh again ft the Emigrants, who some time since
have fee.etly enlisted in that city. The magiflrates
er offer a reward of dpllari to any citizcn or ftran
:y ger, who Hiall inform against any one of those con
n- cernec.. Those found £ uilty shall be banilhed from
e, the city and territory, without the'leaft regard to
ic rank or titles.
>f The furkilh Ambassador who rtfided some time
at London, passed through Prague on his return
to Conftantmople.
= J Ba *» Hogner, the minister of Holiantj at St.
ietenburgh, has left tjiat capital with his family
and suite. 7
■,b f w d !"e on ° f the comb '*rf fleet detiined fur
' f ' rj y e * (r t*7 the /ound, after
- g evetal days waited for a favourable wind. , M
1a„ ; f rT,!l" S rantfd P att of
ace of Fredr._ckft.erg to the fufferers dur
ate fire. It is hoped that those who arc
ing under tents in the Notthfield, will be i
wnh lodging, before the winter season co:
In many streets they have already comae
building the hoafea; forae of wfiich arc Pes r n
to rcesive their ormeu. T , : .