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to leave Persia, and begging Sir H T is with great pleasure we have to Jones to follow the dictates of his own

state, that the amicable relations be discretion. Accordingly, on the 12th twixt Great Britain and the Persian September, Sir H. Jones sailed from Court have been restored, and that a Bombay, and arrived at Bushire on the preliminary treaty has been signed, 12th of the following month. He im. which will be highly advantageous to mediately notified his arrival as his mathe British interests in India. The fol- jesty's envoy to the Persian ministry. lowing article from Tehran, dated May While waiting for the answer, he recei. 1. however, contains some particulars ved a letter from the Governor-general, relative to this transaction, of so ex directed to him at Bombay, requesting traurdinary a nature, that we are at a him to suspend his departure. When loss to reconcile them with the well. he received this letter, he had not only known good sense and judgment of the sailed from India, but had actually comGovernor General; and we have no menced his negociations in Persia. It means of ascertaining with what truth was therefore impossible for him to o, such a statement bas been given. bey, in any shape, Lord Minto's letter.

“ Mr Morrier, private secretary to Sir On the 17th of December, Sir H. Jones Harford Jones, the British minister at set off from Bushire, for the capital, a this court, sets out, in a few days, for journey of 700 miles. Nothing could England, with a copy of a preliminary equal the distinguished honour and retreaty, concluded on the 15th March, spect with which he was treated. On between England and Persia. We have the road, he received a letter from the nothing more now to fear from French king of Persia, declaring his majesty's influence; and notwithstanding the un desire to see him immediately, and re, favourable aspect of affairs upon our questing him to expedite his journey to first arrival in Persia, every thing has the capital. On the eve of his deparbeen achieved that could have been ex ture from Schyraz, Sir H. Jones receia pected under the most favourable cir. ved a second letter from Lord Minto, cumstances. In April 1808, Sir H. dated 29th October, by which he suffer. Jones arrived at Bombay, charged with ed a period of 36 days to elapse, witha mission from his own to this court. out giving Sir H. any instructions what. The Governor-general of India, Lord Minto, had previously deputed Gene “This dispatch required that Sir Har. ral Malcolm up the gulf of Persia, for ford, in whatever situation the letter the same purpose. The general sailed should find him, should immediately from Bombay after he received intelli- retire from the Persian territories. It gence of the arrival of the king's am. likewise informed him, that Gen. Mal. bassador in India, and three days previo colm was coming up the gulf with a boous to the arrival of the latter at Bom- dy of troops, to take forcible possession bay. There, from motives of delicacy of the island of Karack. Unfortunately, Sir Harford Jones awaited himself the this latter intelligence reached Schyraz issue of General Malcolm's mission, un six and thirty hours before the receipt of willing to clash authorities, and with the Lord Minto's letter. The dismay and perfect approbation of the Governor confusion occasioned by this report, it general, who, however, told him he had is impossible to describe. While the no controul over his departure. On Persian ministry were utterly at a loss the 12th of August, Sir H. Jones recei. to reconcile the actual appearance of the ved a letter from Lord Minto, pointing king's envoy at Persia, in a pacific cha. out the erroneous system of measures racter, with the hostile proceedings of pursued by General Malcolm, his con. the governor-general, it must be conviction that the latter would be obliged fessed that it required some exertion to November 1809.

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treaty was finally ratified and exchan. the French, King of Italy, Protector of ged at Vienna on the 14th of October, the League of the Rhine, and his Maby M. Champagny and Count Urbna; jesty the Emperor of Austria, King of --but no particulars of it were allowed Hungary and Bohemia, their heirs and to transpire till Bonaparte's arrival at successors, their states and subjects re, Fountainbleau, on the 26th, when a co. .spectively, for ever. py was sent to the Arch-Chancellor, to II. The present peace is also declabe presented to the Senate. It appear- red to be common to his Majesty the ed in the Moniteur on the 29th. It will King of Spain, his Majesty the King of be seen from its terms that it is extreme. Holland, his Majesty the King of Na. ly humiliating and disadvantageous to ples, his Majesty the King of Bavaria, Austria.--Being an important official his Majesty the King of Wirtemberg, document, we give it at length. his Majesty the King of Saxony, and TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN FRANCE bis Majesty the King of Westphalia, his

most eminent Highness the Prince Pri. AND AUSTRIA.

mate, their Royal Highnesses the Grand Napoleon, by the grace of God, and Duke of Baden, the Grand Duke of the constitution of the Empire, Empe. Berg, the Grand Duke of Hesse. Darm. ror of the French, King of Italy, Pro- stadt, the Grand Duke of Wurtzburg, tector of the League of the Rhine, &c. and all the Princes and Members of the

Having seen and considered the trea- League of the Rhine, the allies, in the ty concluded, determined, and signed present war, of his Majesty the Empeat Vienna, on the 14th of this month, ror of the French, King of Italy, Proby the Sieur Nompere de Champagny, tector of the League of ihe Rhine. our Minister for Foreign Affairs, in III. His Majesty the Emperor of Aus. virtue of the full powers to that end tria, King of Hungary and Bohemia, given him by us, and the Prince John cedes, as well for himself, his heirs and of Lichtenstein, Marshal of the armies successors, as for the Princes of his of his Majesty the Emperor of Austria, House, their heirs and respective suco equally provided with full powers, which cessors, the principalities, lordships, dotreaty is of the following tenor ; mains, and territories herein after.men

His Majesty the Emperor of the tioned, and also all titles which may ac. French, King of Italy, Protector of the crue from the possession of the same, League of the Rhine, Mediator of the and all properties, whether manorial, or League of Switzerland ; and his Majes. held by them under an especial zitle, y the Emperor of Austria, King of lying within the said territories. Hungary and Bohemia, being equally 1. He cedes and transfers to his Ma. animated with the desire of putting an jesty the Emperor of the French, to end to the war which has arisen between form a part of the League of the Rhine, them, have resolved to negotiate forth. and to be placcd at his disposition, for with a definitive treaty of peace, and for the interest of the Sovereign of the that purpose have appointed us their League :Plenipotentiaries, namely-

The territories of Saltzburg and His Majesty the Emperor of the Berchtolsgaden, that part of Upper AusFrench, King of Italy, Protector of the tria, situated on the further side of a League of the Rhine, the Sieur Jeanine running from the Danube, at the Baptiste Nompere, Count de Cham. village of Straas, therein comprehend. pagny, Duke of Cadore, &c. and his ing Weissenkirch, Wedersdorff, MichelMajesty the Emperor of Austria, King bach, Greist, Muckenhoffen, Helst, and of Hungary and Bohemia, the Sieur Jedina; thence in the direction of Prince John of Lichtenstein, Knight of Schwandstadt, the town of Schwand the order of the Golden Fleece, &c. stadt on the Aller, and thence ascending

Who, having previously exchanged along the bank of that river, and the their full powers, have agreed upon the lake of the same name, to the point following articles :

where the lake touches upon the terri, Art. I. There shall, from the day of tory of Saltzburg, the exchange of the ratifications of the His Majesty the Emperor of Austria present treaty, be peace and friendship shall only retain, in property, the woods between bis Majesty the Emperor of beloifging to the Saltz Camber-Go, and

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forming part of the manor of Mondsee, shall consist of equal numbers of those with liberty to cut and carry thence of both nations. The Austrian sxit, the brushwood, but without enjoying from Wieliczka, in its conveyance over any right of sovereignty upon that ter. the Vistula, and through the duchy of ritory.

Warsaw, shall not be subject to any toll 2. He also cedes to his Majesty the Em. duties. Corn of all kinds, raised in peror of the French, King of Italy, the Austrian Gallicia, may also be freely county of Goritia, the manor of Mon. exported across the Vistula. tefalcone, the government and city of His Majesty the Emperor of Austria Trieste, Carniola, with its dependencies and his Majesty the King of Saxony on the Gulf of Trieste, the circle of may form such an arrangement, with Willach, in Carinthia, and all the terri. regard to these boundaries, as that the tories lying on the right bank of the San, from the point where it touches u. Saave, from the point where that river pon the circle of Zamose, to its conflu. leaves. Carniola, along its course ence with the Vistula, shall serve as where it touches the frontiers of Bosnia, the line of demarcation between both namely, a part of provincial Croatia, six states. districts of military Croatia, Fiume, and 5. He cedes and makes over to his the Hungarian Littorale, Austrian Is. Majesty the Emperor of Russia, in the tria, or the district of Castua, the islands easternmost part of Gallicia, a tract of depending on the ceded territories, and territory containing a population of all other territories, howsoever named, 400,000 souls, the city of Brode being upon the right bank of the Saave ; the nevertheless not therein included. This middle stream of the said river serving shall be amnicably ascertained by Comas the boundary between the two states. missioners on the part of both empires.

Lastly, the lordship of Radzuns, ly IV. The Teutonic Order having been ing in the Graunbunderland.

abolished in the states of the League of 3. He cedes and makes over to his the Rhine, his Majesty the Emperor of Majesty the King of Saxony, the terri. Austria, in the name of his Imperial tory of Bohemia depending upon and Highness the Archduke Anthony, abincluded in the territory of the king- dicates the Grand Mastership of that dom of Saxony, namely, the parishes order in his states, and recognises the and villages of Guntersdorf, Tauhan. dispositions taken with regard to the tranke, Gerlochsheim, Lenkersdorff, property of the order, locally situated Schirgiswuld, Winckle, &c.

out of the Austrian territory. Pensions 4. He cedes and makes over to the shall be assigned to those who have King of Saxony, to be united to the been on the civil establishment of the duchy of Warsaw, the whole of Western order. or New Gallicia, a district round Cra. V. The debts funded upon the terria cow, on the right bank of the Vistula, tory of the ceded provinces, and allowto be hereafter ascertained, and ihe cir. ed by the states of the said provinces, cle of Zamose, in Eastern Gallicia, or accruing from expences incurred for

The district round Cracow, upon the their administration, shall alone follow right bank of the Vistula, shall, in the the fate of those provinces. direction of Podgorze, have for its cir VI. The provinces which are to be cunference the distance from Podgorze restored to his Majesty the Emperor of to Wieliczka, The line of demarc. Austria shall be administered for his beation shall pass through Wieliczka, and hoof, by the Austrian constituted au. to the westward touch upon Scawina, thorities, from the day of exchanging and to the east ward upon the Bock, the ratification of the present treaty, which falls into the Vistula at Brezdegy. and the imperial domains, wheresvever

Wieliczka, and the whole of the ter. situated, from the ist of November ritory of the Saltpits, shall belong in It is nevertheless understood, common to the Emperor of Austria and that the French army in this country she King of Saxony. Justice shall be shall take, for their use, whatever artiadministered therein in the name of the cles cannot be supplied by their magamunicipal power. There, shall be quar- zines for the subsistence of the troops tered there only the troops necessary and the wants of the hospitals, and also for the support of the police, and they whatever shall be necessary for the con

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treaty was finally ratified and exchan. the French, King of Italy, Protector of
ged at Vienna on the 14th of October, the League of the Rhine, and his Ma-
by M. Champagny and Count Urbna; jesty the Emperor of Austria, King of
--but no particulars of it were allowed Hungary and Bohemia, their heirs and
to transpire till Bonaparte's arrival at successors, their states and subjects re,
Fountainbleau, on the 26th, when a co. .spectively, for ever.
py was sent to the Arch-Chancellor, to II. The present peace is also decla-
be presented to the Senate. It appear. red to be common to his Majesty the
ed in the Moniteur on the 29th. It will King of Spain, his Majesty the King of
be seen from its terms that it is extreme. Holland, his Majesty the King of Na.
ly humiliating and disadvantageous to ples, his Majesty the King of Bavaria,
Austria.--Being an important official his Majesty the King of Wirtemberg,
document, we give it at length. his Majesty the King of Saxony, and
'TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN FRANCE

his Majesty the King of Westphalia, his

most eminent Highness the Prince Pri. AND AUSTRIA.

mate, their Royal Highnesses the Grand Napoleon, by the grace of God, and Duke of Baden, the Grand Duke of the constitution of the Empire, Empe. Berg, the Grand Duke of Hesse. Darm. ror of the French, King of Italy, Pro- stadt, the Grand Duke of Wurtzburg, tector of the League of the Rhine, &c. and all the Princes and Members of the

Having seen and considered the trea- League of the Rhine, the allies, in the ty concluded, determined, and signed present war, of his Majesty the Empeat Vienna, on the 14th of this month, ror of the French, King of Italy, Proby the Sieur Nompere de Champagny, tector of the League of the Rhine. our Minister for Foreign Affairs, in III. His Majesty the Emperor of Aus. virtue of the full powers to that end tria, King of Hungary and Bohemia, given him by us, and the Prince John cedes, as well for himself, his heirs and of Lichtenstein, Marshal of the armies successors, as for the Princes of his of his Majesty the Emperor of Austria, House, their heirs and respective suc. equally provided with full powers, which cessors, the principalities, lordships, dotreaty is of the following tenor ; mains, and territories herein after-men

His Majesty the Emperor of the tioned, and also all titles which may ac. French, King of Italy, Protector of the crue from the possession of the same, League of the Rhine, Mediator of the and all properties, whether manorial, or League of Switzerland ; and his Majes. held by them under an especial zitle, y the Emperor of Austria, King of lying within the said territories. Hungary- and Bohemia, being equally 1. He cedes and transfers to his Ma. animated with the desire of putting an jesty the Emperor of the French, to end to the war which has arisen between form a part of the League of the Rhine, ihem, have resolved to negotiate forth. and to be placed at his disposition, for with a definitive treaty of peace, and for the interest of the Sovereign of the that purpose have appointed us their League : Plenipotentiaries, namely-

The territories of Şaltzburg and His Majesty the Emperor of the Berchtolsgaden, that part of Upper Aus. French, King of Italy, Protector of the tria, situated on the further side of a League of the Rhine, the Sieur Jean line running from the Danube, at the Baptiste Nompere, Count de Cham- village of Straas, therein comprehend. pagny, Duke of Cadore, &c. and his ing Weissenkirch, Wedersdorff, Michele Majesty the Emperor of Austria, King bach, Greist, Muckenhoffen, Helst, and of Hungary and Bohemia, the Sieur Jedina; thence in the direction of Prince John of Lichtenstein, Knight of Schwandstadt, the town of Schwandthe order of the Golden Fleece, &c. stadt on the Aller, and thence ascending

Who, having previously exchanged along the bank of that river, and the their full powers, have agreed upon the lake of the same name, to the point following articles :

where the lake touches upon the terri, Art. I. There shall, from the day of tory of Saltzburg. the exchange of the ratifications of the His Majesty the Emperor of Austria present treaty, be peace and friendship shall only retain, in property, the woods between his Majesty the Emperor of belofging to the Saltz Camber-Go, and

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forming part of the manor of Mondsce, shall consist of equal numbers of those with liberty to cut and carry thence of both nations. The Austrian salt, the brushwood, but without enjoying from Wieliczka, in its conveyance over any right of sovereignty upon that ter. the Vistula, and through the duchy of ritory.

Warsaw, shall not be subject to any toll 2. He also cedes to his Majesty the Em. duties. Corn of all kinds, raised in peror of the French, King of Italy, the Austrian Gallicia, may also be freely county of Goritia, the manor of Mon. exported across the Vistula. tefalcone, the government and city of His Majesty the Emperor of Austria Trieste, Carniola, with its dependencies and his Majesty the King of Saxony on the Gulf of Trieste, the circle of may form such an arrangement, with Willach, in Carinthia, and all the terri. regard to these boundaries, as that the tories lying on the right bank of the San, from the point where it touches u. Saave, from the point where that river pon the circle of Zamose, to its condu. leayes Carniola, along its course ence with the Vistula, shall serve as where it touches the frontiers of Bosnia, the line of demarcation between both namely, a part of provincial Croatia, six states. districts of military Croatia, Fiume, and 5. He cedes and makes over to his the Hungarian Littorale, Austrian Is Majesty the Emperor of Russia, in the tria, or the district of Castua, the islands easternmost part of Gallicia, a tract of depending on the ceded territories, and territory containing a population of all other territories, howsoever named, 400,000 souls, the city of Brode being upon the right bank of the Saave ; the nevertheless not therein included. This middle stream of the said river serving shall be amicably ascertained by Comas the boundary between the two states. missioners on the part of both empires.

Lastly, the lordship of Radzuns, ly IV. The Teutonic Order having been ing in the Graunbunderland.

abolished in the states of the League of 3. He cedes and makes over to his the Rhine, his Majesty the Emperor of Majesty the King of Saxony, the terri. Austria, in the name of his Imperial tory of Bohemia depending upon and Highness the Archduke Anthony, abincluded in the territory of the king. dicates the Grand Mastership of that dom of Saxony, namely, the parishes order in his states, and recognises the and villages of Guntersdorf, Tauhan- dispositions taken with regard to the tranke, Gerlochsheim, Lenkersdorff, property of the order, locally situated Schirgiswuld, Winckle, &c.

out of the Austrian territory. Pensions 4. He cedes and makes over to the shall be assigned to those who have King of Saxony, to be united to the been on the civil establishment of the duchy of Warsaw, the whole of Western order. ør New Gallicia, a district round Cra. V. The debts funded upon the terria cow, on the right bank of the Vistula, tory of the ceded provinces, and allowto be hereafter ascertained, and ihe cir. ed by the states of the said provinces, cle of Zamose, in Eastern Gallicia.

or accruing from expences incurred for The district round Cracow, upon the their administration, shall alone follow right bank of the Vistula, shall, in the the fate of those provinces. direction of Podgorze, have for its cir VI. The provinces which are to be curference the distance from Podgorze restored to his Majesty the Emperor of to Wieliczka. The line of demarc. Austria shall be administered for his beation shall pass through Wieliczka, and hoof, by the Austrian constituted au. to the westward touch upon Scawina, thorities, from the day of exchanging and to the eastward upon the Bock, the ratification of the present treaty, which falls into the Vistula at Brezdegy. and the imperial domains, wheresoever

Wieliczka, and the whole of the ter. situated, from the ist of November ritory of the Salt pits, shall belong in next. It is nevertheless understood, common to the Emperor of Austria and that the French army in this country she King of Saxony. Justice shall be shall take, for their use, whatever artiadministered therein.in the name of the cles cannot be supplied by their magamunicipal power. There shall be quar- zines for the subsistence of the troops tered there only the troops necessary and the wants of the hospitals, and also for the support of the police, and they whatever shall be necessary for the con

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