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of the Empire should be transferred to the faid cities, and within the extent of the See of Ratisbon, with the Abbeys of their territory.--Thirdly, that he fall St. E meran, Ober Munster, and Heider cede the bailliwick of Wiidehausen to Munster, keeping of his old poffeffions the Duke of Oldenberg, and his rights the Grand Bailliwick of Aschaffenbourg, to the eventual succession of the county, on the right of the Mayn, and that there of Sayn Altinkirchin to the Prince of Mould be united to it, besides a fufficient Naflau-Ulingen. number of mediare Abbeys, so as to In confideration of the cellion of the make up to him with said lands, an an- bailliwick of Wildhaulen to the Duke nual revenue of a million florins.

of Oldenbourg, and the secularization And as the beat means to consolidate that shall be made for his advantage of the Germanic Body is to place in the the Bishopric, and of the Grand Chapter first college the Princes of the greatest of Lubeck, ihe Toll ot Els Heet thall be influence of the Empire, it is proposed suppressed, and shall not be re-established that the electoral titje mould be granted under any pretence whatever, and the to the Margrave of Baden, to the Duke rights and properties of the said Bithopof Wirtemberg, and to the Landgrave of ric and Chapter in the city of Lubeck Heste-Caflel.

Thall be united to the domain of the Moreover, as the King of ENGLAND, Said city. in his quality of Elector of Hanover, has The proposition made by the underrailed his pretensions to Hildefieim, Cor- signed with respect to the regulation of wey, and Hoexeter, and it would be of indemnities, lead him to state here leveral interest that he thould defiit from his pre. general considerations which he thinks lensions, it is propoled that the Bishopric ought to fix the attention of the Diet. of Osnaburgh, which now belongs alter. The principal are, that the Princes Dately to the Electoral House of Brunt. of Naffau-Ulingen, Nasau Weilbourg, wick, Ahould devolve to him in perpe- Salm Salm, Salm Kerbourg, Linange, 'tuity upon the following conditions: Aremberg, Niall he introduced into the Firft, that the King of England, Elector College of Princes, and that the College of Hanover, shall renounce all his rights of Cities thould be compofed of the tree and pretensions to Hildesheim, Corwey, and imperial cities of Lubeck, Hamburg, ard Hoexeter.- Secondly, that he mall Bremen, Wetzlar, Franktort, NuremTikewise give up to the cities of Ham- berg, Augibourg, and Ratisbon. 'burgh, Bremen, the rights ard proper

(Signed) C. M. TALLEYRAND. lies which he exercises and perfelles in

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

[FROM THE LONDON GAZerte.] DOWNING-STREET, SEPT. 14.

cheerfulness all such affairs and objects A DISPATCH has been received from as may be reciprocaily vieful, and may

Alexander Stratton, Esq. bis Ma- have a rank among the falutary fruits of jesty's Charge d'Affaires at the Ottoman thote steady bonds of alliance and perfect Porte, transmitting an official Note de. good harmony which happily sublitt belivered to him by the Reis Eiendi, on tween the Sublime Porte and the Court The 29th of July last, relative to the na- of Great Britain ; and as permission has vigation of the Black Sta, of which the heretofore been granted for the English fullowing is a copy :

merchant thips to navigate in the Black

Sta for the purpotes of trade, the same Official Note, delivered by the Reis Effendi having been a voluntary trait of his im-

to A. Stratton, Esq. at a conference in perialo Majesty's own gracious beart, as bis Excellency's bluje, on the 29th July,

more amply appears by an official note 18.2.

presented to our friend the English Mi. Il behoves the character of true friendnitter reliding at the Sublime Porte, Mhip and fincere regard to promote with dated 3. Gemaziel Ahir 1214 *-this

prelent

The following is a Cory of the Original Grant, which is recognized and renewed in this Refcript presented to Mr. Stratton, and recorded in the public regifters of the Chancery of the British Factory at Constantinople.

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present “ Takrir". (official note) -is if- enumerated ; after which the Minister Sued; the Imperial Ottoman Court gives an official account of the proceedhereby engaging that the same treatment ings of the French squadron. fhall be obierved towards the English 6. The divifion,” says he, “com. merchant ships coming to that sea as is manded by Rear-Admiral Leislegues, offered to the thips of powers most fa- appeared before Algiers, the sth of youred by the Sublime Porte, on the August, and carrying on board an offscore of that navigation.

cer of the Palace, the Adjutant Hullin, The 23 Rebiul Evvel 1217

charged with a letier trom the First (230 July 1802.)

Coniul to the Dey. On the oth of

August this Officer landede was re(FROM OTHER PAPERS.) ceived with distinction, and he pretented Paris, Sept. 10.-Our Miniiter of the the letter of the Firtt Consul, which is Marine has jult made a report to the conceived in the following terms : First Contul, by which we learn that the differences between the French Re- BONAPARTE, Firji Confid, to the Most public and the Dey of Algiers have been High and Magnificent, ihe DeY of Alamicably terminated. In this report the

GIERS, whom God priserve in Glory Minister adverts to the fituation of affairs

and Prosperity. previoully to the late differences with the " I write tbis letter direfly to yourAfrican powers: he laments that the self, because I am aware, that you have North of Adrica Nould be governed by Ministers who deceive you, and who ad. men totally ignorant of the public law of vile a line of conduct ine mult injurious Europe, who acknowledge no code but to you. This letter will be delivered that dictated by their own private in- into your own hands, by rke Adjutant of terells. He faies, that after the great my Palace. Its object is to demand fuccelles of Bonaparte in Europe, a peace prompt reparation, and such as I have was determined upon between Algiers a right to expect from ebe sentiments and France, but it's fignature was pre- which you have always manifelted to. vented by a fresh interference of the wards me. A Freich Olicer has been Porte : it was however signed on the ad actually heaten in the Road of Tunis, of December. The caules which pro- by one of your Officers ; the Agent of duced a rupture of this treaty are then the Republic has in vain demanded fatis.

(TRANSLATION FROM THE TURKISH.] “ The friendship and good intelligence which tubiilts, tince the most remote times, between the Sublime Porte of Solid Glory, and the Court of England, being now crowned by an alliance, founded on principles of the mou inviolable tincerity and . Cordiality; and these new hands thus itrengthened between the two Courts, having bitherto produced a series of reciprcal advantages, it is not prefumptuous to fup. pole that their falutary fruits will be reaped till more abundantly in time to come.

“ Now, after mature reflection on the representations that the Englia Minister Plenipotentiary seliding at the Sublime Porte, our very esteemed friend Spencer Smith, has made relative to the privilege of Navigation in the Black Sea, for the Nerchant Vesels of his Nation ;-reprefentations that he has reiterated, both in writing and verbally, in conformity to his inttructions, and with a just confidence in the lively attachment of the Porte towards bis Court:

“ Therefore, to give a new prout of the le sentiments, as well as of the hopes entertained by the Sublime Porte, or ieciog henceforward a multiplicity of new fruits spring from the connection that bas been renewed between the two Curts, the allent granted to the before-named Miritter's solicitations is hereby fanctioned as a love. reign concession and gratuitous act on the part of his Imperial Majcity, and to take full and entire effect as soon as farther amicable conferences thall have taken place, with the Minister our friend, for the purpose of determining the burthen of the EngJith veľels, the Mode of tranfit by the Canal of Constantinople, arid such other regulations and conventions as appertain to the ohjeet, and which thall be as exactly maintained and obferved with regard to the English Navigation, as towards any other the most favoured nation.

“ And in order that the Minister, our friend, do inform his Court of this valuable grant, the prefent Refcript has been drawn up and delivered to hiin. Constantinople. 1. Jemazi ul-Evvell, H. H. 1214. 30th October, A. D. 1799."

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faction ; two brigs of war have been “ 1. You complain to us of the Rais
taken by your corsairs, and carried Ali-Tartar.-Although he is one of my
into Algiers ; a Neapolitan vessel has Joldaches, I have ordered his atreit,
been captured in the road of Hieres, for the purpose of his suffering death.
which violates the French territory í But at the inoment of his intended
finally, from a French vessel which ran execution, your Vakeel requeited his
aground on your coasts laft winter, pardon of me in your name, and I have
more than 150 men have been taken, accordingly liberated him.
and are still in the hands of the Barba- “ 2. You demand of me the Neapo.
rians.

litan polacre, taken, as you say, under
I demand reparation for all those the cannon of France. The particu.
injuries, and entertain no doubt of lars which have been furnished to you,
your adopting every measure which I relative to that transaction, are not
Thould take in similar circumstances. very exact :- however, according to
I have dispatched a veliel to bring home your delire, I have liberated eighteen
the 150 men which are missing. I Christians, which composed its crew;
have also to request, that you will they have been delivered to your Va.
place no confidence in such of your keci.
Ministers as are the enemies of France. 3. You demand a Neapolitan vessel,
You cannot have greater enemies which, it is said, had failed from Corfú
than those ; and if I desire to live in on the French service.-There have
amity with you, it is necessary also been no French papers or documents
that you should take every itep to pre- found on board : but as you have de
serve a mutual good understanding, fired it, I have ordered the crew to
which alone can preserve your prefent be reitored to liberty, and delivered to
rank and prosperity, for God has de- your Vakeel.
termined that all those who shall be un- 4. You require the punishment of
juft towards me, shall be punished ! the Rais, who conducted hither two
If you are willing to live in friendship veisels belonging to the French Re-
with me, you muit not consider me as a public. According to your desire !
feeble Power, but respect only the have degraded them : but I have to
French flag, as also that of the Italian itate to you, that my Rais cannot read
Republic, which has constituted me European characters -- they are igno-
its Chief, and make reparation for all rant of the usual forms of passports :
the outrages that have been commit- the ships of war of the Republic should
ted againit me. These being the sole adopt iome particular fignal, in order
objects of this letter, I pray you to to be known by my corlairs.
read it with attention, and to inform 5. You demand 150 men, which
me, by the return of the Officer, what you say are in my dominions- there is
you deem expedient to do."

not one. All the persons in question The Dey condescended to receive the have perished by the will of God, Envoy without the usual formalities, which has greatly grieved me. in a magnificent pavilion, and after- “6. You say there are men who offer wards gave him the following an: council tending to embroil us.-Our fwer i

amity is closely cemented, and of long " In the name of the only GOD duration, and all those wlio endeaThe Man of Gop, the most illustrious voured to lesen it will be unsuccessful. and Magnificent Lord, MUSTAPHA “ 7. You require that I fhould be PACHA, DEY of ALGIERS, whom God the friend of the Italian Republic.-I permits to reign in glory, &c.-To fhall respect its flag as your's, accordour Friend BONAPARTE, First Consul ing to your desire. But if the propoof the French Republic, and Prefi- ftion came from another, I would not dent of the Italian Republic.- I falute accept it for a million of piastres. you--The Peace of God remain with “'8. You do not appear willing to you.

give me the 200,000 piastres, which I “ By these presents, our friend, I demanded to indemnify me for the inform you, that I have seceived your loties I have sustained upon your acletter dated the 18th of July. I have count.-Whether or not you give me read it. It has been deliverid to me by these, we thall always remain good the General of your Palace, and your friends. Vakeel, Dubois' Thainville, I DI “ 9. I have settled with my friend (wer you article by article.

Dubois Thainville, your Vakeel, all the

affairs

! no

affairs relative to ahe Coasting and the acknowledged himself guilty, and Coral Fishery. The African Company begged that the confinement to which shall enjoy the same privileges which he had been subjected since the month they formerly possessed. I have or of October laft, may be considered a dered the Bey de Constantine to afford fufficient punishment. Beaumont, one it every kind of protection.

of bis accomplices, has also confessed ; 10. I have fatisfied you in every re- one but M. Vigneron perfift:ed spect, in the manner you have desired; in denying the crime ; but when the and for which you will doubtless fa- depositions of the rest who charged tisfy me, as I have rendered you latif. him with it were fewn to him, he faction.

said, “Since you know the whole “ 11. In consequence, I request you transaction, it is needless for me to will give orders that the Nations hoitile perlift in denying ; if the rest had not to me thall not fail under your flag, been so weak'as to make a full connor with that of the Italian Republic, fefsion, you lhould never have drawn that there may be no farther disputes any thing from me." between us, for I am defirous of re. Prince Balilius Gortschakoff his maining in amity with you.

been posted on the Exchange at Ham“ 12. I have ordered that my Rais burgh, for circulating false bills of exTall respect the French flag at lea, and change. I will punish the fult who conducts a Fifteen hundred Poles, under the French inip into any of my ports. If guidance of Kosciusko, are stated to in future any matter for discussion be on the eve of leaving their counshould exist, write to me directly, and try, for the purpose of forming a every thing thall be amicably settled. colony on the banks of the Susquehan-I salute you.-May God keep you na, in the state of New York, in glory, &c.-Algiers, 13th of the The Emperor of Russia, in order to Moon Rahiad--Ewel, year of the He encourage the commercial views of gira, 1217."

the Rullian Company trading to AmeThe Agricultural Society of Paris rica, has ordered two ships to be fitted has elected, as Foreign Affociate of the out for a voyage of circumnavigation. First Class, William Marthall, Esq. Au. They are to fail from Petersburgh thor of " The Rural Economy of Eng- with a cargo of provisions, anchors, land, &c. and has communicated the cables, rigging, &c. to proceed round faine, in a very flattering letter to that the southern extremity of America, Gentleman, through M. Coquebert acrols the South Sea, to N.W. America, Montbret in London.

and the Aleusian Ilands, to supply By accounts from Munster, it appears the Russian eitablishments there with that the inhabitants are uncommonly these necessaries, take in a cargo of prejudiced against the Prussian Go- furs, to be bartered in China for Chivernment. Its colours are repeatedly nese goods, to make an etabli Ahment torn down, and treated with every at Urup, one of the most southernly mark of indignity. The respectable of the Kurile Islands, for the greater part of the inhabitants never mix convenience of the trade to Japan, with the Ofacers, but absent thein- and then to return frora China by the selves from every place to which the Cape of Good Hope. The ships will, latter refort.

be wholly manned with Russians; and Advices from Eichsfield announce, the Emperor has ordered that the best that the Pruffian Commissaries having officers and failors of the Navy may be taken poffesion of the Collegiate employed in the expedition. Church of St. Peter, belonging to The French Minister General Lales Eichsfield, and situated at Noerton, in having quitted Libon in an abrupt the territory of Hanover, and having manner, his unexpected departure placed the Prussian arms there, the caused great consternation in that city. Regency of Hanover ordered, after The cause of the offence is said to the departure of the Prussian Commis- have been the refusal of the Prince saries, the arms to be taken down, and Regent to dismiss the Minister of replaced by Georgius Rex.

Police, who had in lited.on searching, Prince of Salm Kyrbourg.--The trial some baggage belonging to the Am. of this Prince for forgery is at length ballador. - The First Consul hias difes finished, and the result has been sent countenanced him. to Vienna. He made a full confession, Forty-three millions of dollars were

lately

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lately imported into Spain from South board the privateer, they hailed a America.

vesel under American- colours, and

brought her to, sent their boat on AMERICA.

board, which returned with a large The Captain of a merchant vessel, sum of money ; they burnt the vessel, which arrived at New York from New and probably made the crew walk Providence on the 6th ult. gave in- overboard, as there were none of them formation, that on the 14th of July brought on board the privateer. there was brought into the latter place General Bowles had commillioned a pilot boat ichooner, mounting, a three other vessels, with orders to number of swivels, and manned with burn, link, and destroy all Spanish ver36 men, commiflioned by Gen.Bowles, sels they could meet with. After rewho commands the Indians to the ceiving the above information, the fouthward. A prisoner on board Governor of New Providence armed a stated that the had taken three Spanish brig and sent out a floop of war in vessels, and, after plundering them, search of the pirate ; in a few days gave the boat to the people, and burnt they brought her in, and the pirates the thips. That while he was are now in irons.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

AUGUST 22.

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they fastened the door and began to EARLY in the morning the party, plunder the house, when the door was

wall belonging to the house of forced by some people without, who Messrs. Jarman and Atwood, shoe. suípected their intentions, and they makers, in Oxford-road, gave way and were all taken and sent to the Compfell down into a vacant space, where two other houses had lately been pul- A very extraordinary robbery was led down in order to be rebuilt. The effected Íast weck in the parish of St. wall in falling drew all the floors along Andrew's, Holborn. A young wo with it, and all the furniture and goods man, genteelly dressed, went io the have been buried in the ruins. No per- overseers of the workhouse, and de. Son was injured by the accident. tireu to know whether they could pro.

SEPT. 1. Early in the morning, a vide a wet nurse for a lady of rank and dreadful fire broke out in the houle of fortime. They informed her there was Mr. H. Davis, oilman, in Leadenhall- young woman who had juit lain-in of ftreet. On the first alarm, the watch- a fine healthy child. It was thewn men belonging to the India house af- her; she praised its beauty, and faid forded afiiitance with the Company's he would inform the lady, and call engines, which prevented the exten. again.-She returned in the evening, sion of the file; but a sufficient 91:an- again killed and praised the child, and tity of water could not be procured requered permillion to take it to thew for two hours, when tlie confligration the lady, who was waiting near thie had extended itself to Mr. Swift's, place in her carriage. The child was trunk-maker, Mr. Ward's, the ship intrusted to her care, but she never af. tavern, the Geneva warehouse, and the terwards made her appearance with it. top part of Mr. Tinkler's premises. Every search was made, but without The fury of the flames was 'fo great, effect. The mother has been in a state that very little property could be saved. of distraction ever since. The premises abure-mentioned, with A few days ago, Mr.Judd, a respectable the exception of Mr. Tinkler's, arc attorney, of Old-street-road, was on a entirely deitroyed. During the fire, visit to a friend in Lincolnshire, whose two Jew bog's were detected in at- houle being attacked in the night by tempting to cut the leathern hose be- fome thieves, the man-fervant took a longing to the East India Company's loaded piece and went down stairs, fol. engines, when they were secured and lowed by Mr. R. though unperceived sent to the Compter. Some villains, by him ; when the servant, (lupposing alfo, during the progress of the fiames, him to be one of the villains) fired, and got into Mr. Tinkler's house, under wounded hiin so thockingly, that he the pretence of affording assistance; expired two hours after.

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