Dublin Journal, July 14, 1812

Dublin Journal

July 14, 1812

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 14, 1812, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin Holyhead Mails arrived since our last they conam the fallowing most important in el from various ADVANCE LORD WELLINGTON fnio CAPTURE SAN BATTLE OtpeCtvt io at JUNCTION D1VI9JON3 and WAR DKCUARED fry FRANCE againit PORTED COMMENCEMENT HO8TILK BliCLARATlON HOUSt 8KM iATI TED STATES GREAT LORD WELLINGTONS ENTRANCE INTO Dispaches from the tail of Wellington Mi Stuart have been containing accounts the Allied army having advanced into and taken possession of ihe enemy having previously evacuated the leaving 900 men in some forts constructed upon the ruins colleges and j and of Hill having concentrated his forceiat in coa sequence of the junction of the forces under Mar shal and General Drpuet with many other interesting satisfactorily detailed in tlie following issued from the Ofhce of Lord BaUiUrst WAI 11 Dispatches have becu reciivru frim h tarl of dated June 18 The Allied Aimy Agueda upon the 13th aid ariived neai Salajuatica on tlie The etieiny shewed some rfoops in front rf ihe town 5 upon the advancing of our vahy they reinaed across and eva cuated S leaving about 800 men in some for s constructed upon the ruins of colleges and The allies entered the city but Lord Wei Imglon liad found it necessary to break ground ay ile fomtied will held by the The Oih under vas charged with the reduction of these and were to open against them ihe Mai moms army was retreating to the it was imagined he meant to take up a psi tion behind that betweeri Tamero and Jn Majoi General Sudcs Bri gade of Cavah 3dDragoon Guards and Royal having lallen in Ftencli Re v intents of under near and broke the enemys line having pursued without sufficient Caution or a kept by the enemy in fell Upon the British before they could and re took nearly all thfe prisoners General Slade had killing wounding 20 or 30 of his dra FRENCH WAR DECLARED BY FRAN5E AGAINST JULV at twooclock in the tie Senate whni the Prince Arch Chancellor delivered the rollowmg ipeech i have to communicate to the by or der of the two Treaties of concluded in the name of his one with the Emperor of the other with the King of When our pausing in ihe midst of terminated the first Polish the Court of Russia promised to without BETWEEN RUSSIA AND In another pair ot ur Paper will be fotyd tracts irom the Paris Papcrsof the 5th de important question of Ptke or The Report of the Minister of which must be considered ion ot was followed by the Treail with and by a second Report from th Mini ster tor Foreign relative to Prussia The succour which Austria nnJ France are tr tutnish each other in case of seems Very Bat Buonaparte has in made it so small on the part of Apitria in order to shew the degree to which Tie h s re military power and humbled her f rtner Thirty thousand for a which had maintained and WhLh liad contended with thik very and ataiist this very to whcrse charipl wlieis iic is now linked as a victim and slave I The Article relative to Turkey is inserted wth the view of keeping her neutral during the w with If she remain she wfll e allowed the advantage of being the last Powr devoured by vhe high contracting Bit Turkey has already made her according to the last from the having made herself a party against the is bound tt nrake herself a party against Austrfv The high contracting Powers have to take neutrals under iheir and to consecrate the principles of the Treaty of There is one we should suppose must be considered as of some little ac count in any nipulations relative to the navigation All ot the and that the power that commands Treaty of Alliance i he The principles ofthe Treaty of Utrecht on your return from the con They might well stipulate for the principles of ferencei of the in which the Lmperor Alexander said to your thar he would be your second against that you deter mined to saciifice the advantages viotory had given and to pass rapidly from he stale of War to the state of Alliance with This Alli which augmented for France the means of War against ought also ro have secured the Peace of the In Austria made war upon in con upon tlie that shall tppeif tie thtet pnttitt fOP the maintenance of pence and in of OM or other shall be threatened with they will ploy their mott efTicicioui Offices to prevent itv But M these good may not havtf the desired they oblige to mutual uuttafact in other ilial I be attacked or The succour stipulated by the preceding Article shall be composed of Infantry and 60Cp Cavalry constantly kept up to the yar and of park of 60 pieces of This succour shall be furnhhed at the first requisition of the party attacked or It shall march in shortest delay and at the laten before the end tnontht afttr the demand shall have beep The two high contracting parties guanmeat he grity of the territory of the Ottoman Porte in p vs m wi ic iu the wistly for rescuing the j They equally recognise and guarantee the Continent from the influence of and for of Navigation of tuch as they have beta bringing back that power to principles more con formable to the rights of Russia was not slow in departing from this salutary The on her being announced by certain and the means of negociation being neffectually employed during the course of the the Emperor was bound to resort to neasures which the digtmy of his the tn erests of his aud the danger of his Allies The Treaties which are about to be laid ore form a step towards the execution of this His Highness then deliveredthe documents erred to in his REPORT OF THE MINISTER FOR FOUFIQN AFFAIRS TO THR Treaty between France and Rus the LIWS of Tne humbled state of Prussia is made as evident as that of She is represented as the firsr to see the designs of and to inform ot thrni And we are desired to believe that shi was Uie first to solicit an alliance with Buonaparte an alliance which he was for a time unwilling o euter into for fear it might give rise to a suppofr tion thai the alliance of Tilsit was at an end 1 i In the Treaty with there is no militajy succour stipulated j but it is certain that therelis a Prussian corps under Fiench and now one of the advanced corps of the Frendh tradiction to the precise text of no aid to your Instead of the men which might hate been put in and which ought to have supported the French only were brought into the and by the and taking prisoners two Lieutenants and abojre 400 dispatches received at the Foieign fcrom Mr S contain intelligence frim LiUemadura ut Uier On the 13 h of J there was a skirmish of cavalry nta in which made 25 French Dragoons aud one It appiars that the forces tinder Marshal Soult andGetvrdl Dt uet having had moved forward t Llerena and Santa In consequence of Su Hul had called in all bis detached troops had anmbkd the whole of bis aimy at where he was on the 18 ly irnm and by ihe Spanish troops under the Cqnde de Penne Villemur Hills ad vanced postl were ai We have received the following additional ticulars by live Lisbon Mail Martnont lias retired lo General ham C9mmandi tle and divisions on the General Picton the and aeon ciderable Portuguese force the General Ixrith the and light forming the The cavalry of ux regiments brought up by Sir Utapieton Co ihe two heavy Germans under General and the 1st Hussars and 11 th Dragoons in all ten fine The Enemy are collecting in Seville and Cor The complaints urged against Russia as the lllne heT crowe1 the Russian frontier the late of grounds of war are Since the beginning the war was of she menaced the Warsaw with After this the ukase of he 19 h an and she protested against the which destroyed our commercial of Oldenburxh by As a year and a WIlh the admission of English corn half haveelipsed since he is alleged to have made her from this it cannot be said that the has been the commencement of threatened the inva over hasry in into with SIon of the Uuth7 finally the proust reKard to her piotest was the most anniluJated the harmless hostility she could commit in no longer existed when on both sides armies tor one of the grossest violations the Law of were for reciprocal 0 The whole of the year 1811 spent in conferences and negociations with in the hope of if tlie Ca N at Buonaparte left Gunbinnen on the and rived at on the Gunbinnen Wiscoski being both on the other side of the Pre pai i oi the French army of have thai river j and we in the xi s find an account of the cornmence ot Indeed it was teported oa the Fiench coast that they begun binet of Petersburg from the upon which it appeared to be and to obtain a ledge of its real It is proved to the Ccrtaiaty of that that Power proposed at the rame time to depart from ihe conditions of the Treaty of to place herself in peace wuh and to menace the existence of the BY IHE AMERICAN A Mrfii Irom New York has and the DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST ENGLAND Duchy of making use of the pretext of HOUSE OF REFRESEN imdemnities claimed for the Duke of Your determined to maintain by the honour of the existence and intelligence brought by which reaches to the integrity of the States of your has felt the 13th ot last of the highest importance of uniting yourself more closely to a On the 1st cf a confidential Message was to whjch you were already attached by received trom the accompanied by some words dear to your and the general politi corrcspondence between Foster and cal interests of which are the same as those of arid the House of Representatives sate I your Majesty for this a Treaty was con wilh closed doors on the and I eluded on the 14th of this month wiifa Their pioceedings had not been made but thing promises a long duration 10 this recognised and consecrated by the Treaty of Hit Majesty the hmperor of Austria at far ts ii the engagement to adhere to the prohibitive system agains during the presenf maritime Tha present Treaty of Alliance shall not be nor communicated to anyCabinet but in concert between the two High It shall be ratified and he ratifications exchanged at Vienna in a or sooner if Signed Duke of Prince CHARLES of Done and Signed at March 18 REPORT THi MINISTER FOR the end of ihe year theCourt of Petersburg having altered its rt solved to withdraw fiom the ithad subscribed at to support by ments the acts by which it violated the Russia assembled troops in her Polish provinces and recalled a part cf her army from which arrived by forced marches on the frontiers of the duchy of In the month of your Majesty demanded explanations upon these extraordinary advised the King of Saxony at the same time to concentrate on the Vistula the troops of he Duchy of in order to Secure them from a fudden Prussia placed in a position between France ailtf perceived the first the dispositions of the Cabinet of Petersburgh could notcompre herid the but she foresaw the She made representations to Russia she shewed her the danger of supporting Negociations by ar implored her to put an end to movements which might compromise Prussia and draw upon her territory the armies which your Majesty might be forced to march to the 4e frnce of the Duchy of by he desire of and dictaed by produced no and Piussia seeirg that the fatality for ten years has attended Europef would fall also upon demanded frankly from the month of an alliance uittji your Your Majesty hesitated a long time in entering into engagements which might induce a supposi tion that the Treaty of TtUtt was no longer in ex istence 5 you knew not yet the motives that could lead Rtusia to break place herself at peace with and threaten the existence of the Duchy of Warsaw hot when your Majesty could no longer be in you authorised me i0 enter into a negociation with and to conclude the was signed on the ot Duke of Herfollows ihe which was given in our last J JUNE Emperor arrive here His Majesty enjoys a state of health which fatigue teems to lor1 ify shewed ia reviewing the troops that pateinal goodness and military which reuders this august Chief so dear to French it had that a DECLARATION or WAR ENGLAND had passed the House by a It assures repose to the South ot and promises to France that she shall no lunger majority ot 79 to 49 The feeling of the House disturbed in her efforts for the recitablisUment on ihe subject bad been anticipated by Ran of a maritime who betore the Message was Signed LE DUG DE moved a resolution that it was inexpedient to June to war with after a stormy By the Treaty with the latter is to was negatived by a majority of 69 to furnish men to The integiity of i UT L D 1 and no doubt will advance on pnsted at Albuera with It is not considered as that another bailie may be foftght owthat already lized bj British equally sanguinary at the fuinier The to ing with ftore Vandal baibamm destroyed nearly the whole of the fine every thing The niost imporiam aie very shotiiy ripecled Jfom the joucimn aud conscqaent movement cf and uei wrre loicsetn by Lord mjy be mleired fumi the precaution of undet Geneial a hat ot tin Whether the object cf tiuuh be merely 10 tricot a or lo hazard a whith tofound a probable corjcc he recollection of memorable are it at is not calculated to inspue the of a bloodless victory and the sMoii ot ioiihirg a secure point of General will have ii in IMS either to reduce the French to the necessity of retracing iheir from tlie impracticability of long tubsikiing iheir troops in part of Marmonts abandun Salamanca we help contenjplaJ bappy prognostic of the luiure operations c tlw The French huve already to there no doubl Wei The Declaration of War by the House of Re was sent to the and referred to a Committee of by a small majority of 17 to the Senate to wait for communication from in answer to a letter which had to Inn by Our Declaration of the 22si April had been received beiorethe Presidents Menage was sent to and the Kings had leached Washington with dispatches tor which had given rise to tun her coi wuii ii 10 for result of this respondencc that the Senate is supposed to have innic writing the American of a later come to via which That toe War QuesLion after a dis lu the availing hunself of eveiy circumsiante f iniptove Ultf advantages he thus so promptly obt and effect the ulumato U At the Examination Uiely held in our Univer the Premiums bestowed by his Grace the Lord ArchDisuop of Lord Pi innate of all tor promoting study of the He biew wire adjudged to the following liitthelois of Tomesf Tyr In her Grace the DucheM of a Oa John or to daugh ter bf Ocoiire vi Ort the 10th M of which Parish ac twd bccii Viair tut upwards ol lony the torncrly a ltllowol Triuity The effeiuol hi exertions will be ioug fstlc in the scene ot hit and the ut private virtues cherished in ihe hcaruul tut Utoily aumucrotts the Turkish terriories in Europe is and the principles of the Treaty of Utrecht are TREATY OF Of At brtwgen their Mvjettict the Emperor and and the Jimperor of Auttria His Majesty the Emperor of the King of and his Majesty the Emperor of having at heart the perpetuating the and good intelligence which be tween and to concur by the friendship and force of their union In maintaining the peace of the thereestablishment of internal peace Considering that nothing would be more calcu lated to produce those happy results than the con clusion of a treaty of alliance which should have for its object the security of their estates and pos and the guarantee of the principal inte rests of their respective policy have named for their His Majestythe Emperor of the Haguesberrard Count Dukede Las And his Majesty the Emperor of the Prince Charles of Duke de Kmihant after having exchanged their rtsspeccjve full have agreed upon the fol lowing There shatt be fterpYtual and sincere Union and between bis Majesty the Empcrbr of the Freirchv and Us Majesty the Emperor of Ito consequence the high contracting Parties will take the greatest care to maintain the good intelligence so happily established between tbeft respective and to Avoid att that could injure and to fur ther on every occutud their mutual anJ J ho two hgh contracting parties reciprocally gua the iuugnty of their present of tlus reciprocal rfte twr wUi always labour in couccti His Majestys late attack has entirely and if visible alteration hat taken place in his Majestys general We received this morning ibe following letter from our Correspon dent JULY 8 u Hu Majesty is to day most wopdtriully re covered front his recent violent pawed the lait night in a very tranquil and this morning dressed himself as and afterwards ate a hearty The Kings personal ap pearance indicates no alteration in his and today he seems as well as he had been previousto his recent certainly proves the uncommon strength of his Majestys constitution all present danger has wholly The King has dis continued the use of medicines for some months ti In a tetter from Stockholm it is reported that an old pvrformer on the prizefighting stage of Europe u about to reappearance whose former intimacy and friendship with Buonaparte are well U is has been invited to Sweden by the Crown and i expected to take the command of some part of the Swedish in the event of an actual rupture with France Whether this be mere re port we leave our Readeis to The brought by the Anholt Mail of the conclusion of Treaty of Peace between Tut key and is corroborated by several from A Gentleman who had arrived in that city from the Treaty had been actually signed on the 10th at ant that it consisted of seven of which only the following had tran spired Russia was to abandon all her con quests on the south of the and lo make the river her boundary that the Pnrte was to cede Chocgim to the Russians f and that in case of ftirnishing troops in iliewar With the Pofte was to send men fully to her assis articles also incfuded commercial of which we art nut yet Ai the dare or but one letter had reached from and that he The first convoy tr n had reached Liebau and and uere itvui ak leads In 10 tie Turkish it was re t t Sciviaauu weie lo be fornv R ;