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privates were made prifoners, with the plenipotentiaries, at a place to be aps
places hereafter specified.
BUONAPARTE, and foon be in a position to extend our right
BELMONTE PIGNATELLI. band to the army of Italy, and our left Conditions of the Armistice with the Pope. to that of the Sambre and Meuse."
Art I. Anxious to give a proof of the 2. Letters from General Buonaparte, deference of the French government to dated head quarters at Bologna, June 23, the King of Spain, the Commander in mention the capture of fort Urbino, in Chief, and the Civil Commissaries of tlie the territories of the Pope, and that the Army of Italy, grant a Sufpenfion of artillery he had taken would enable him Arms to his Holiness, to last from this to form the fiege of Mantua.
day until five days after the termination 5. The army of the Rhine and Mo. of the Negociation to be opened at Pafelle have entered Friburg, in the Brifgaw ris, for the conclufion of a Definitive after a long and bloody battle, in which, Peace between the two countries. it is faid, the Emperor's regiment of II. The Pope fhall send a Plenipotencuirassiers were almoft entirely cut to tiary to Paris as foon as poslible, in orpieces.
der to obtain a Definitive Peace from Letters from General Buonaparte state, the Directory, by offering a necessary that the King of Naples and the Pope reparation for the insults and outrages had concluded an armistice with the which i'ie French have sustained in his Republic, and that beside Urbino, Fe- territories; and particularly, for the murrara, and Bologna, he had taken the ci- der of Basseville, and the fatisfaction due tadel of Ancona, which gave him the to his family. command of the gulf of Venice. His III. All perfons confined in the terriagents, it is added, were busy in felecting tories of the Pope, on account of their and preparing to send away, from Par- political opinions, ihail immediately be ma, Milan, Rome, &c. fome of the fineft fet at liberty, and restored to the poffefpi&tures, statues, and other masterpieces fion of their property. of art, that are to be found in Italy, in IV. All the fea ports in the Papal terorder to enrich the national museum in ritories shall be thut against the enemies France.
of the Prench Republic, and open to all Conditions of the Armiflice with the Court French fhips. of Naples.
V. The French army shall remain in Art. I. All hostilities Thail cease be- pofseliiou of Bologna and Ferrara, and tween the troops of the French Repub- hall also occupy Faenza. lic and those of the King of Naples, on VI. The citadel of Ancona shall be dethe day in which the following articles livered up, within the space of fix days, shall be executed, until ten days after to the French troops, with all the artilthe oficial annunciation of the conclu. lery and ammunition which it contains. tion of the negociations for peace, which VII. The city of Ancona shall remain Mall be openeu between the respective under the government of the Pope.
VIII. The Pope shall yield to the July 9. A cause was tried in the Court French Republic, 100 pictures, busts, of King's Bench, Guildhall
, between the vases, and statues, at the choice of Com- proprietors of a newspaper called the missioners to be sent to Rome; amongst Telegraph, plaintiffs, and the proprie. which are specifically comprised the busts tors of the Morning Post, defendants. in bronze, of Junius Brutus, and that in It was proved, that in the month of Fe. marble of Marcus Brutus, both placed in bruary last, the defendants had contrivthe Capitol. The Pøpe fall also deliver ed to forward to the office of the Teleup 500 manuferipts, at the choice of the graph, from Canterbury, a spurious said Commissioners.)
French newspaper, containing a pretendIX. The Pope shall pay the French ed renewal of the 'armistice, and prelio Republic 21 millions, French money, of minaries of peace between the Emperor which 13 millions and a half shall be in and the French republic. The propriespecie or ingots, and the remainder in tors of the Telegraph being thus impogoods; merchandife, horses, &c. fed on to give as TRUE a tranllation of
x. The 15 millions and a half shall be this FALSE FABRICATED' intelligence, paid by three instalments, viz. 5 millions and thereby suitaining much difcrediti? within a fortnight; 5 millions in the with the public, and a diminution in the courfe of the ensuing month ; and the sale of their paper; brought the present remainder within the space of three action against the defendants as authors months.
of such discredit, loss, &c. The čase beXI. The 5 millions and a half in goods, ing made out, the Jury gave a verdict &c. Thall be delivered in the ports of with rool. damages. Genoa and Leghorn, and at such other 14. This morning his Majesty reviewplaces as shall be appointed, in poffeffion ed, on Wimbledon Common, the feof the French troops.
cond, or Queen's Bays, commanded by 10. The citadel of Milan surrendered on the Marquis Townshend ; at the close the 29th ult. and, on the preceding day, of which, the six Sepoys, and the capa division of our army entered Leghorn. tain of the vessel who brought them over, -Every thing appears propitious to our were sent from Mr Dundas' house, and arms. In particular, the Chouans, eve- placed on an eminence, for the view of ry where fùbdued by the wife and vigo- his Majesty, and the company; they rous measures of General Hoche, have were in the Indian dress; the ferjeant made the most complete fubmiffion, and and corporal differed from the four prithe war in the wet is now entirely ended. vates, in their uniform and epaulete,
For the vi&orious progress of the Au, which were of filver lace. The King Atrians on the Lahn, see the London Ga- asked the captain a great number of zettes. But later advices exhibit a great questions, and seemed higi ly.entertained reverse: the French have returned, in with the fingularity of their appearance; greater force, to the vicinity of that ri. their iron-spiked hats, large turn-up ver, and have taken the city of Frank- shoes, and their legs, half way above fort; and, on the Upper Rhine, Moreau the knee, quite naked, attracted more has obtained a complete victory, near the attention of the numerous spectators Rafiądt, over the Austrians, commanded than the excellent difcipline of the by the Archduke Charles, in perfon. troops, which gave the highest satisfac
tion to the King, and their commanding
EDINBURGH. within three miles of Hamburgh between June 30. This day the Peers afsembled Lord Valentia and Henry Gawler, Efq; at Holyroodhouse: After hearing prayers They left England with their seconds thy Dr Somerville, and the proclamation and surgeons, for the express purpose of for Election being read over, their Lordfighting. They fired together; Mr Gaw., ships took the usual oaths. Th Troll ler's ball took place; it entered his Lord being called over, Lord Lauderdale 11e fhip's breast bone, and lodged near the and prefented a protest against the necki it was extracted on the field, and Ivotes of British Peers, created since the he is confidered to be out of danger. Union, being received. To this protest Lord Valentja’s baļ passes through Mr Lord Sempłe adhered.-Lord Laudera Gawler's hat., An affair, between Mr dale also entered a pro eft again it the Gawler's brother and Lady Valentia was title of the Earl of Errol. This will, the fubject of the dispute.
probably, be matter of inquiry in the
House of Peers. For a List of the Peers derly manner, affault with stones and 0returned, fee page 489.
ther offensive weapons, the house then July 2. This day the Royal Edinburgh occupied by the Right Hon. Robert Volunteers were reviewed on Bruntstield Du das of Arniston, his Majesty's Advolinks by Lord Adam Gordon. A num- cate, and did break ihe windows of the ber of military gentlemen were present, fame, by throwing in stones, to the great who were highly pleased with the ap. terror, danger, and annoyance of the pearance of the corps. They muftered persons within, and to the disturbancë about s6o.
of the public peace; and the faid Adam 4. The Royal Highland Society of M‘Kay took an active part in the said Scotland met this day in terms of their lawless and riotous proceedings, or at charter, when the Right Hon. the Earl least did wickedly and feloniously excite of Kinnoul was called to the chair; and and instigate the mob to commit the after a ballot, a number of gentlemen fame. Further, the faid persons, among were admitted as members. The So- whom was the faid Adam M‘Kay, did, ciety then took under consideration the with sticks, stones, or other offensive proceedings of their Committee of Di- weapons, wickedly and feloniously afrectors, and were much pleased to find, fault, maltreat, and otherwise endanger by their printed advertisements on the the persons of those who endeavoured to table, copies of which had been diftri. put a stop to such riotous proccedings; buted over the country, and published particularly Colonel James Abercromby, in the newspapers, that the premiums of. James Oswald, Esq; Advocate, and Dafered by them for the current year were vid Boyle, Esq; Advocate, with several towards proper objects; particularly en others, who were endeavouring to discouraging useful improvements in agri- perse the said mob, &c.—The jury gave culture, and mending the breed of black in their verdiet,“Finding, in one voice, cattle and sheep in the Highlands. The that on the day libelled, the pannel was report of the committee towards obtain- present in the mob, and active in exing an act of Parliament for the abolition citing and instigating them to riot; but of the thirlage, was also approven of. found no other part of the libel praven."
Mr Secretary Dundas has sent 201. to His Majesty has been graciously pleathe Kirk-lellion of Laflwade, to be dif- fed to grant his royal charter, conftitutributed among the industrious poor of ting the Procurators of Glafgow into a that parish,
body corporate and politic, by the name The Court of Session has ordered of " The Faculty of Procurators of the interdict against small lotteries to be Glasgow. continued till November next. They are A few days ago a dog belonging to, a considered as contrary to act of Parlia- gentleman in Leith bit several persons, ment, and the number which lately start- and also some dogs. The Magistrates ed up has very properly given the alarm and Sheriff have issued orders on this to the servants of the crown to have the subject, which it is the duty of every subje& investigated.
well-wisher of society to affiit in feeing 4. The Royal Company of arch- properly enforced. ers shot for the Edinburgh arrow, on Edinburgh Races.--On Monday, the ciBruntsfield links, which was won by Mr ty's plate of fifty pounds, was run for, William Robertson, jeweller.
and won by R. Alex. Oswald, Esq; of The Convention of Royal Boroughs Auchincruive's Chucklehead, have ordered L. 302 to be paid towards Tuesday's, the King's purse, by Sir repairing the harbour at Eye mouth. Hedworth Williamson's Septem.
18. This day came on before the Sheriff Wednesday's by Mr Mangle's Young of Edinburgh, the trial of Adam M‘Kay, Sir Peter. servant to Captain A. Bickford; of the Thurday's by Mr Smith's Favourite. 25th regiment of foot, indicted for be Friday's by Mr Norton's Trifle. ing concerned in a riot on Saturday the Saturday's by Mr Baird's Trimmer. 4th of June laft. The libel states That The company has been fewer than on the said 4th of June, a number of usual. The races on the whole afforded persons, among whom the said Adam pretty good sport, particularly those on M'Kay was one, did assemble in a rio- Wednesday and Saturday. The theatre tous manner in South bridge-ftreet, from was but ill attended, Miss Wallis having whence they proceeded to George's gone to Glasgow, the only support was. Square, where they did wickedly and the musical exertions of Mr Incledon. feloniously, and in 2 riotous and difor
The following are the appointments of Elliock, Lieutenant Colonel of the g8th for the ensuing Autumn Circuits. regiment of foot, to Miss Zepherina Lough
Weft-Lord Justice Clerk and Lord Craig. nan, daughter of Thomas Loughnan, Elg;
The Rev. Charles Talbot, second son of Inverary, Monday, September 12. the Hon. and Rev. George Talbot, to Lady
North-Lord Elkgrove and Lord Methven. Elizabeth Somerset, eldet daughter of his
Bart. to Lady Amelia Cooke, daughter of
the late, and sister to the present Duke of A. The late rains have altered the ap thole. pearance of the crop much, especially 4. Mr James Hamilton, merchant in on elevated and dry grounds. There Glasgow, to Miss Ann Hozier, daughter of seems nothing a-wanting now but heal James Hozier, Esq; of Newlands. to bring forward a plentiful harveft. 5. At Edinburgh, Wm Buchannan, Esq; The second crop of hay being so much of Auchmar, to Miss Sarah Bartlet, second mended, prices will not probably be fo daughter of Mr. Benjamin Battlet, Storehigh as was conjectured—18. per stone keeper, Edinburgh Caitle
. from the rick, was, we believe, higher of New Broad-street, to Mifs Balfour, daugh
9. At London, Alexander Begbie, Erg; than ever was paid for hayin this country before. Beef and mutton fame as last ter of the late Major Henry Balfour. month; strawberries scarce, and dearer
12. At Hawkhill, near Edinburgh, John than usual, they never fell below 9d.; Johnston of Alva.
Gordon of Craig, Erg; Advocate, to Miss green pease never below is.-potatoes
Robert Bruce Dundas, Esq; of Blair, iod.-fish rather scarce, salmon 8d. at the to Miss Elizabeth Spital of Blairlogie. cheapest.
BIRTHS. Throughout every part of England,
At the seat of General Hale, in Yorkshire, the ensuing harveft still promises to be the Lady of the Hon. Laurence Dundas, a unusually abundant. The Wheats every daughter. where bloffom well; the feafon, on the July 3. Mrs Tulloch of Elicstown, ja whole, has been highly favourable; and daughter. the quantity sown is greater than has 4. Mrs Leslie of Findraslie, a fon. been known for many years. In the 5. Lady Mary Drummond, wife of An. fouthern, western, and midland districts drew Berkeley Drummond, Esq; a son. the Hay harvest, which is already be 6. At Edinburgh, Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, gun, turns out a very heavy and abun. a daughter. dant crop. In the north, on the con Mrs Fraser of Fraserfield, a daughter. trary, the hay crop is thought not to 7. At Inveresk, Hon. Mrs Charteris, a be half of last years, and much below daughter. a common or medium produce. The 10. Mrs Pringle of Clifton, a fon. turnip sowing goes on promisingly; and,
IT. Mrs Ruffell, of Arden, a daughter, from the good order of the land, a large
14. Mrs Norton, Lady of the Hon. Baron crop may be looked for. Cattle and Norton, a son. Sheep stijl continue very high; and beef
22. Mrs Turner, Turnerhall, a son. and mutton confequently keep up their
DEATHS. late enormous prices. It is conceived,
Lately, on his paffage from the East Indies, there are plenty of these articles in the Alexander Blair, Esq; lace Lieutenant in the country, but there is, at present, in Eng. 74th regiment. Jand, so plentiful a pasture, and the gra
Killed at St Lucia, Lieutenant Ramfag 0. ziers in general are become so opulent, giley of the 45th regiment, son of Sir John by the circumstances of the times, that walker, of the zist regiment, fon of the late
Ogilvy of Inverquharity; Bart.- Capt. Wm there is little chance of a reduction of Mr Wm Walker, town-clerk of Inverkeithprices taking place.
At New London, in New England, of an apopteAic fit, the Right Rev. Father in God,
Samuel Seabury, D. D. Bishop of ConnectiMARRIAGES.
cut and Rhode iland States.' He was the
first Protestant Bishop that ever went to A. Hon. Sir George Howard, K. B, one of his inerica, and was confecrated by the College Majesty's Privy Council, Colonel of the first of Bishops in Scotland.
regiment of dragoon guards, and Governor of At Stromness, James White, fisher, at the the island of Jersey, and choose the 5th time extraordinary age of 109.
Member of Parliament for Starnford. He On his passage from India, Theodore Cor- was Lieut.-Col. of the Buffs at the battle of bet, Esq; civil paymiafter to the East India Culloden, and killed Lord Strathallen with Company at Madrass.
his own hand. Vol 8. p 188. At Bristol Hot Wells, James Gray, Efq; At London, the Rt Hon. Wm Gerard one of the Editors and Proprietors of the Hamilton, aged 69, a Privy Counsellor in Morning Chronicle.
Ireland, with a pension of L. 2000 on that At Lerwick, John Scott, of Greenwall, in establishment. He had fat in the British Unit.
House of Commons S different parliaments, At Birmingham, aged 103, Thomas Tay- and was supposed to have been the author of lor cobler. He worked at his trade till with- Junius' letters. in a weck of his death.
19. At Edinburgh, Thomas Miles Riddell, At Cape Nichola Mole, Alexander Crau. Esq, only son of Sir James Riddell, of Ard. furd, Esq; Commissary of accounts to the, ex. namurchan and Sunart, Bart. pedition sent to that isand, and son of Sir 19. At Dundee, Miss Small, daughter of Alexander Crausurd, Bart.
the Rev. Dr Small, one of the ministers of June 22. At London, Mrs MʻLean, of that city. Duke street, Portland Place,
21. At Southampton, Admiral Carteret. 24. At Edinburgh, Mr James Mather, He had long been afflicted with the loss of vintner.
speech. 26. Mrs Helen Lamont, relict of Bailie 21. At Dumfries, after a lingering illness George Black, Glasgow.
the celebrated Robert Burns. His poctical 30. Thomas Rutherford, Esq; of Know- compositions, distinguihed equally by the south.
force of native humour, by the warmth and John Sçudantore, Esq. M. P. for Hereford, the tenderness of passion, and by the glowing He was 68 years of age, and had been cho. "touches of a descriptive pencil, will remain a sen fix times to represent that city in Parlia- lasting monument of the vigour and the ver
satility of a mind guided only by the lights July 1. At Edinburgh, Campbell Edmon- of nature and the inspirations of genius. His fone, Esq; Lieutenant Governor of Dum- ordinary endowments, however, were accombarton Castle,
panied with frailties which rendered them At Pollock house, Capt. Robert Max useless to himself and his family The last well of the 16th regiment of foot, fon of the months of his short life were spent in fickness late Sir James Maxwell of Pollock.
and indigence ; and his widow, with five inAt Stornoway, in the 73d year of his fant children, and in the hourly expectation age, Bailie John Maciver.
of a fixth, is now left without any resource, 3. At Kinghorn, Major Andrew Ruther. but what she may hope from the regard due ford, late of the 16th regiment of foot. to the memory of her husband.
4. At Park, Lady Hay, widow of the late The Preferments. &c. will be inserted in our next, : Sir Thomas Hay of Park.
SEQUESTRATIONS. At Aberdeen, Mr Alexander Ding July 1. James Eiffet and son, merchants, wall, merchant there.
Montrose. 5. George Bruce, Esq; of North GlaGnount.
John Parerson, merchant, Dundee.
Prices of Grain at Haddington July 29. 10. At Moffat, Mrs Duff, widow of the Wheat, 36s. Barley, 275. Oats, 19s. 6d. late Admiral Duff, of Fetteresso, and daugh- Pease, 23s. 6d. Beans, 238.
of the late General Abercromby of Glafsagh.
Edinburgh, July 30 Oat-meal, is. 3d 12. At Buxton, Andrew Hamilton, Efq; Beár-meal
, is. 2d. Peale-meal, 1s. Depute Comptroller of the Excise.
PRICES OF STOCKS. 13. George Buchanan, Efq; of Auchintor
July 6. lie.
Bank Stock 1521
60341 At Dundee, Mrs Margaret Ogilvy, 3 per cent. red. 624
593560 daughter of the late Sir David Ogilvy of Bar- 3 per cent. conf 01
181 14. At Craigmill, near Dundee, Mr Wil
India Bonds 18 dil. Jiam Landale, surgeon.
Lot. Tickets 12l. 55. 16. At London, Field Marshall, the Right