Bells Weekly Messenger (Newspaper) - December 22, 1799, London, Middlesex FOREIGN CAREFULLY ANp CONTINUED IN A SERIES FOR THE THE The Commandant of the and Superintendant of the to the Consuls of the French Citizens 18. As soon as the of Marine transmitted fq us your energetic Proclamation to the we ed publicity throughout | vessels stationed Even now the civil and military the ami the workmen in the to the number 30,000"! have unanimously takeri the solemn bath of fidelity and devotion to tie defence of the country It 10 generous Citizens it is to the of the faithful supporters of sacred cause of the that wc owe our public defeat is of and the general in your renew the expression of our and ail in the of the the progress of na ' tional DE And NAJAC LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OP following Resolution relative to the purchasers of Domains was received and adopted Art 1. The 4th the Law of the 12th relative to the in of National is ' i. Purchasers under the Law of the 18th year 4, are to discharge in they owe in tothe representative value of. these in the course of as regulated by Article 9, of the Law of the 13th 01" the 4tl� liy the legal course subsequently decreed by the 0ireCtorjr�"4n tbk execution of the Slid &c. COUNCIL OF FIVE Dec. 8.-In consequence of a Message from the the Section of Finance proposed the jng Resolutions Art. 1. There shall be for the Army of the for the 8th a fund of 15 chargeable on the contributions raised in 2. The Treasury shall at the disposal of Minister at one under the of chargeable upon the fund mentioned in the 1st 3'. The sum so advanced is for payment of sums due to the Military and Agents nitration returned as also for the relief of the whose Husbands are in Dec. 8.-General Massena arrived last night at This day he visited the Minister at He sets out immediately to take command of the Army of This day the received the most satisfactory intelligence from the Army of The and near have sustained a considerable Dec. 9.-About three days near 300 women of the town were taken in the Palace of In an hour after as many more were taken What is done with greatest part of whom do health They are to form a colony for By this a Journalist we establish our customs and manners among the barbarous It is true that the manners and some people sufficiently resemble those of such but can that be considered as a criterion of French manners aU though it we by such a present to those revenge ourselves a fold the they have sometimes communicated to As to the women of the town who are to be left of those who love the with its paternal is about to compel those in may be to be licensed and the manner of hackney so that when have an inconvenience from his he may complaint against 30, 50, &c. and the number complained be go to shaji have it power to give to the of the candidates to supply hei - 10-General Massena at first refused the the entreaties of the hero under whose wing he was reared NEW Citizen day raised anew corner of the veil that covers the The following idea which gives of the public ' THE LEGISLATIVE There will be to propose the law a Council of which constitutes a part of the Executive Power to debate its or body 01 Representatives of the to the or agreed a Legislative Legislative Body is composed of 300 Tribunate of 106, and the Council of State of EXECUTIVE I There is a first who appoints and deposes Counsellors of There other Consuls to deliberate upon affairs with the hrau only a vote in Council their they may be they 6m,.Qonsul?j has a of 500,000; There are besides Councils of State; one for the Ivr for is latter that has the in suits in the The is the Councils of suchi the of. Communes of twenty at which are Commissaries nominated by the 3d,. .To the intermediate charged exclusively with transferring of Ministers to the Communal and reporting the ad as also the complaints to The require the signature of a their The Ministers are respond in his for the execution of Acls which may be contrary the for of spch Consular not so JUDICIAL * It organised by the means established Igr the of the THE a 3q They are to a revenue of z 5;,000, franks in appoint to the places recent in their They must be forty years of age be various It Members of arid of the chases them in the list the Notables of the or the elected the 3d It pronounce upon the by the irresponsible author of thei Legislative jor Executive 3d. It exercises the right on the listof the of which it may every year cut hundredth part. 4th. tt is a Grand Jury for the trial ofthe crime's of high treason alleged the grand Functions The on leaving their or giving in their enter of into the body of PLAN OF THE PROSPECT OF. NATIONAL REPRE Five millions of French divided into Communes of about 4) square shall chuse pne tenth of their own and thus form the list of distinguished persons to be called the No. tables of the This first list wiil be about 500,000 Notables of Communes tenth of their own body to form the second to he called the Notables of This class will be about These Notables of Department shall chose one tenth of third list or to be called Notables of the This class will be ' - It is from these three lists that all the are Magistrates or the Commimes from the of the of the nation from the national Dec have profited by the Armistice to strengthen their have encamped to ths number 000 near of thb 1 The have just St. Germain a to arid bv ajt whole of was a on Were inscribed the It appears certain that Bonaparte will or 6he'will^n^t this Sieyes will be the of In this Jury are to bei the the latter who will have Dec. 12.-The' and the copies seized of two The three or Rejections of a or the day of. the of Louis v w The of War yesterday gave to General ' at those of is gpmg ' The conferences on the trie bie 4sr^: ccV the j the the the part tiE them any we shall not say who are the ' culiar The periodical service tp But inhabitants ' of and the men of merk in ' to a as little ' justice as at a moment when more qualifications ought to be ' It is. known that the Directory had for three J themselves the for the ' iti Thia been aad a has been Government The is in Witt of and an act of wise - ' and good The old first government which set a its prisoners upon the territories of ' jts It will at what with what and with what intention the Eng. were relieved from the care of mart in this new arrangement ' a sort of English papers of were filled with bitter with almost official French journalist thight have with quite official Wost justifications of their by most authentic * Informed men saw with surprise the French Government itself blindly to these impolitic release the English Trorn the expense and embarrassment of making of its own the remains of its Th order to send it to deprived themselves c f the pecuniary resources of which they stood in pressing in to to the pecuniary sources of its in short support the expences of the The whilst they exclaimed against of the gathered with the fruits of this error of the our old Monarchical Government left England during the whole to support the expence of the not till the return of arid return of rendered the payment to of belligerent nations the care of protecting and the progress of ch of esteem between nations at war is one of the means of and reconciliation We cannot therefore avoid in this notification of the Consular a return of the bue principles their the flan of ths as BY rhe inhabitants of of and duties as a he estimates at 5,coo,Ocp ' reduce to Notables of '