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   Observer (Newspaper) - January 20, 1799, London, Middlesex                                .   �� ;       "j v '.���.>        .'�-*>-ri No. 37�-] SUNDAY,  January 20,  1799. 'V si \ ift [Price Six-Pence, is rpHEATRE of ANATOMY, GREAT WINDMILL-I STREET-DR. BAILLIE and Mr. CRUIKSHANK will he-..-Tree SPRING CQUHSE of their ANATOMICAL and PHYSIO-fnGICAl. LECTURES, on MONDAY, the 21st Instant, atao'Clock. pRACTICAL.A'SA,|OMY j9 usual. A" SINGLE' GENTLEM AN, or SMALL FAMILY (wit Foreigners) of Respectability, may he accommodated with , Genteel FIRST FLOOR, ELEGANTLY FURNISHED, chearfully Situate in a SQUARE at the WEST- END of the TOWN, consisting of a spacious DRAWING-ROOM, BED-CHAMBER and Large DRESSING-ROOM, With Conveniences for Servants ; where there arc no dther Lodgers whatever.   It may be worth the attention of any Ochcier i juan whp wishes ro take a Town Residence by the Yew, as in such case, I the Terms would be less an object, Emolument not being the sole motive | for lcttiny it.-Cards of Address are left at Mr. D. Taylor's, No. 30, Old j Bond-s'reci.____________ ANTS A PLACE, as Lady's Maid, or Upper "Nursery Maid, � genteel Young Woman, perfectly qualified for either situation ,- Itrequired, can undertake to instruct Children in the first RudiroentS'of. Education; has no objection to Town or Country.'- letiers^Fpst-paid, addressed to A. Z. No. 92, White Lion-street, Pcn-'tanwllei will be duly attended to. rinHE"EXHIBITION of the fine ITALIAN PIC-TURES, just brought from ROME, will continue open for View, and Salfr by piivate Contrail, -every Day till further Notice, at rhc Exhibition-Room, in  Wbitcbnib street,  Leicester-square.*-- .Admittance One Shilling. TATE LOTTERY-OFFiCES, No. 4, Cornhill,  J London ; and at f. THOMSON's, Manchester--T. BISH most respectfully acquaints the Public, that TICKETS and SHARES I for the ensuing ENGLISH LOTTERY are selling in great Variety, at Jiis Old-established Offices, as abiwe, ;\srhich for many years have been remarkably fortunate in selling Capital Prizes, too numerous for in-tertior..--i-PIease to Observe, the English Scheme' riiis year consists of 376 more Pri.es, and 5370 less Blanks, than last year; the lowest Prize is aol. (instead'of 16L) and not Two Blanks to a, Prize. The Drawing begips the i Ith of nexi Month.-Correspondents remitting Jank Notes, Post Office Orders, or Cash, may haye Tickets and Shares 'sent them, and their Orders complied with the same as if personally present.-Letters (if post, paid) duly answered; and ail kinds of Govcrn-nieut ecuiities bought and sold by Commiision. ' )Y Permission of the LORD CHAMBERLAIN.- For the BENEFIT of the large INFANT ORPHAN FAMILY cfa Man of Fashion.-At the Theatre-Royal, Haymarket, on MONDAY, the -3th �f January instant, will be presented, the Comedy of "THE PROVOK'D HUSBAND." Lady Townley, by Lady Perrott; Lady Grace, by a young Lady, being her first appearance in any Character on the St&ge. The rest of the principal Characters hy Person* of respectable Situations in Life, who, from motives of Humanity, have Undertaken their several Parts.-The Mother of these helpless rind unprotected Infants,' in contemplating the Benevolence ef a Humane Public, throws herself with implicit Confidence on the commiserating Patronage of those who are ever ready to afford it for the Relief of suffering Innocence.-Tickets to'bc had of Lady Perroit, No. 28, Spring-street, Portman-square. �    *         ; '   ' PARTNERSHIP.-A Gentleman, who has a Capital ready to advancp immediately, wishes to be admitted a PARTNER in any Respectable and Beneficial Concern. He means to take an active part; and is willing to bring in any Sum not exceeding Six Thousand Pounds. He will give the most respectable References as to Character, &c. and will expect in return a similar satisfaction-Direct, postpaid, (stating the Business, Capital required, Profits per Cent, and whether of ahazwdpus nature, &c.) for D. VV. C. Chapter Coffee-house,. St. Paul's Churck-yard.--N. B. The preference will be given to the Commission or Brokerage Line.  _. _ TO FARMERS.-Wanted, within Thirty Miles-of London, LODGINGS, to consist of a Sitting and Two Bedrooms, for a single Gentleman and Servant. The Cooking, &c to be done by the Servant of the Family. It must be in a pleasant situation, and near, but not in a Market Town. Neither Linen, Plate, or China, be required. The Terms must be moderate, and if approved of, will be engaged for some time. A Farm-house on the Banks of the Thames, or s.tfpe-navigable &ivcr, would be prefcred.-Direct ..(post paid} for L. W. to he left at Mr. Baxter's, BookieHferJ Nv.ftr, Strand. \TEW TRANSPARENT PRINTS.-Edward Orme !^| respedtfully informs his numerous Friends, the Nobility, and Public, that he has just published a great Variety of Transparent Prints, . particularly two laige ones, of Smugglers, and a Cottage on Fire, from the elegant Designs of the Honourable Mrs. Yates.   Price 7s. 6d plain; 15s, each in colours ; apt} Six small SuHjedts fpr Fire and Candle Screens, 2s. and 2s. 6d. each, coloured.-^E. O  has always a great Variety of Drawings for inspedlion, at his Warehouse, the Corner of George-street, and Conduit-street, Hanover-square. _ Where may be had, all Colours, Preparation, and Requisites for Drawing Transparencies.-N. B. Print. Merchants, Town, Country, and Foreign Dealers, supplied on thesame terms as his other Publications. ' RANELAGH.-Half-a-Guinea Admittance 'Under the Patronage of his Ruyal Highness the PRINCE of WALES, will be given on Monday, the 21st �f January, l?Qt), A SUPERB MASK'D BALL, in Honour of the BIRTH-DAY of HER MAJESTY. The Tables in the Centre of the Rotunda will be appropriated for Tea, Codec, &c. and at One o'clock the Boxes will be opened with the following REGULAR SUPPER---Chickens, Ham, Cold Beef, Collar'd Veal, Tongues, Pastry, Jellies, Fruit, &c- D�nrs to be opened at Ten o'Clock. Admission Tickets only Half-a -Guinea each, which includes the Supper and the whole o- the above Refreshments. The WINES of the first flavour and quality to be paid for at the Bar. Parties desirous of private SupperRooms nwv be accommodated by early application at Ranelagh House.-Tickets to be lia*i at Mr. Waud's, New Bond-street. --T------� CHORAL FUND, instituted for the-Relief ot their �Decayed Members, Widows, and Orpha.is, under the Patronage of His Royal Highness the Duke.of Clarence- President, His Grace the Duke of Manchester. Vice-Presidents, the R'yh't. Honorable Sir Richard Car'rGlyn. Lord Mayor; -Rd. Clarke, E�q. Chamberlain of London ; William-Dairymple, Esq. Samuel Arnold, Esq. Mus. Doc. Joh)i Crompton, Esq. Thom.-ts Hamin-rslcv, Esq.-By Pe amission ot. the LORD CHAMBERLAIN, will be perlormcJ, at the Theatre-Royal, Haymarket, on THURSDAY, January the 24th inst. (by. panicular Desirc), the Sacred "Oratorio of the MESSIAH ; for the BENEFIT r>f ithis CHARITY__Conductor, Dr. Arnold; Leader of the Band, Mr. Barthelemon.; Organ, Mr. Jacobs- Principal Vocot Performers, Mv. I^wte, Mr. Page, Mr. Friend, Mr. Walker, and lv* ."Bale'; MijU LeSrfe,. ^Master Ettiot*>.5and Miss Po>k.-Previous to the M>is'rjorrs�v"ODli will he perforated, written" for this Charity by W.'T'.-Fitzgerald, Esq. the Music entirely new (by Dr. Arnold).-A Concerto on the Violin, Mr Barthelempn.-A new Organ, built by Mr. Lincoln, will be oacned on this Occasion.-^-Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. Fiist Gallery zs. Second Gal lery'is.-The Doors will be opened at Half past Five o'Cleek, and the Perfoimance to begin precisely at Half past Six.-The Nobility and ""Gentry, who intend to become Annual Subscribers, wiil please to signify the same to the following places, that their Tickets for the Concert may be forwarded to them, and their Names publisher-Subscriptions received by Sir Richard Carr Glyn, and Co. Bankers, ^ir'chin-laoc ; Ham-mersley and Co. Bankers, Pall Mall; John Crompton, Esq. Nn. 27, Percy-street, Rath hone-place; and Isaac Yale (Secretary), Old Beth-lem, Bishopsgate.- Also Tickets may be had at the principal Music Shops--N. B. Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of Mi. Rice, at tilt Theatre. " vires  acojjirit   f.tjndo." INERVA PUBLIC LIBRARY, Leaden-Hall-street. _ _    -Just published (gratis to Subscribers), aDDFNDA to the CATALOGUE of the GENERAL LIBRARY, containing upwards of Four Hundred Thousand Volumes, including all jh- modem Publications to the present Time, carefully and scient'm:.i.ly arranged in every Class of Literature, and forming together the fir�-. listablishraent in these Kingdoms.-Residents in the Country, provided with Boxes for conveyance.-Ladies and Gentlemen who subscribe One Cuhie.i per Annum, accommodated'with all the new Publications of Merit, Entertain-rtienr, and Insiruction, which will be constantly added to tbjs extensne Culle:tioii.-^The Catalogue complete may be had at the Libraiy, to Subscribers is.   Non-Subscu'bcrs as. STATE LOTTERIES.-CAPITAL PRIZES (in tne late Lotteries) sold, and paid on denv-md, by HODGES and CO Stock-Brokers, at their State Lottery- Offices, Oxford-street, opposite Bond-street, and St. Jamcs's-street, London, viz. No. 11,660, a Prize of �20,000 7,j2t, ---r   19,000 36,03c*,  - uWbi*kc& from Naples. ^    " Byi^ifpatch dated Head-quarters. K me, Deo. 15, Gto.'"^l#n>-pioow-agijiuncei ip,ihe;JEtircftory, that, en the-ifch the coiumii of General L'moine.. wh ch vifas lent to A^uilaA had Uk'tc poff"ffi5>n th� pace, alter having fcirced thc�le$ by cannon fhot. The fort, ciijyiti^laied on the t7th. The gan'fjn are made p'ttonMs of war. forty piccea of catrrion, arid a g;t�i Quantity of atnobnition are t66 fruit^of Ui'is impartai.tcptiquelt, wiiich opens 10 the dm&oaot-'Gene* ra.l Leropine, �n i-afy paffajie for t'.e-entra^e ol hinie�>p*~�wo*h^ ^'5^�K�r^r'Pr^v*nd fpr .-fccondtng the optrations Mtu- ktmy of r '*' *' ipital of 'that U^ffiota.^-'-fJU-. Rou^e.-nowin fi/itafjarch' fot the cap daftcur, jan 6~j .'   ' ' - Suae -of. the Pajfcr�-'-ft?te, tW the king of Naples^ has.fled^f^m hi> capital. The following paVagrapfvwc- take from^heiSiJipyafeBr of th?> lath inftant:-- " Chabert, Riprtfemative of the People, !�*� iecetveo " a letter from Debeller;.General of.Divifio', written frdwthe h*ao-quarters at Reggio/dat^ed �cc. 30; containing ihe-followr^pal|a igofiNa'pIeif ha-Bedi � and �vi!l feek-an afvlumin.Lqi^ibn   TheiRung of S�rdinJ*ria4jreur*, _______.........., wan..t �a� lurccu, iwo 'Hncr . ,     tQ- j Convent. ' We take poff ffloD {hoUi nous i^�wfyff\J$i$MiX&i Geqerals.onder Buooaparte.were killed in the engageiheft, th^garriion) � occupied by the N-apoIitanj. If there arc an^lherW^totts �th� was put tcuhe. fww.d, and.ajlthe artjUery and rtmrou^iition ieli   h3^�'j(�f-Ae.t6rts."''Booti�oA�ft. i*1��'h^' r�l,-*A  . -�---------mwi      �.�f�y��" ,iiTS ntoalaftifitel'tO repair t^S'dffifter.   He proporc^ | , (j;neuta,. ,t_ conciliatory terms, and fubferibed to the offcncesvVhich had Jbecn j ^,|e SpA^CorDniand?r ailMino^o.is to betried byr�^uocil�" committed ; but the only anfwer made to this condutt by tjie Muflul- 1 Wa, |or bavjrtg giveoup tbat port to the Eogfifh- -^4^'.., vt, v; -f met) was^a.diiicbarge of artillery from the Caftle, The "city is inrx- 1 fhe French Minrfter at Hatoh'ur,gh;haviiig deflated tbaVif Napp^r pedatJOMhat the Ottoman anny will arrive beioie the enemies fhajl , Tandy' and his Affociates-were not nninediately Fiberattd.-^eWftOtld ha'v� ir tii their power to a'iTemble their force. '        ' ,,;, -----� � - " Mtnat Bey ejpuffes h'imielf nearly in the following terms with refpecXto the action in wl)ich he was engaged with Genera! Delaix : -I Wis entrenchj>d nrar tli� K^ivf ^� �r di------   ir-t-.� " TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, &c__-apprenTICE. -�-Wanted, a BOY about fourteen, or more, for seven or five years, to a Notary Public, who translates several Languages; is also an Attorney, and has lived as a Housekeeper in thesame place near twenty years past. Th'5 Lad will be required to write a plain correct Hand, have respectable Friends, &c -must also have some knowledge of" the French Language A Foreign Y011th will not be objected to. As he *i]l buard in the house, &c. a* moderate Premium will be required.- Apply (post paid) for the Address of tlic Notary, to Mr. Branson, Hatter, No. 36, Lombard-street, before Three o'Clock -N. B. All applications within thirty days will be received.-January 4, 1799. THE Original and Genuine SPECIFIC for the'Infalli-ble'Prevention'nf a Certain Disorder, continues to be sold at No. 3, and 4, Philpot-lane,^Fcnchurc,h street, and No. 1, Little Sutf'olk-sfreet, Haymarket, and at these places only has it ever been sold at tos. fid. at Bottle, with Directions. Twenty five Years Experience has proved its infallibility >heyond Contradiction. Gentlemen are requested to keep their Bottles locked up, to prevent Adulteration. RESTAURATEUR.-Prince of Wales's Coffee-Houss and Hotel, Leicester-place, Leicester-square.--CURT and DEGEX rcspectfri;ly inform the Public, that they have taken the above House, wherein they have fitted up a neat and spacious CofFec-Room; likewise private.Rooms fcr Parties. Dinners served to Gentlemen on the same plan as the Restaurateurs. Particular attention has w11 paid to procure some fine Old Port, and other Wines, of the best qualities-Dinners sent out.-Lodgings for Gentlemen and Families. JANE HUMPHREYS, Widow of,the late Richard �]j Humphreys, Coal Merchant,' Watcr-streer, Bridewell Precinct, London, returns her grateful Thanks to lier late Husband's Friends for tiie very liberal encouragement he experienced in Business, and respedtfully solicits a continuance of their favors ;-ybegs leave to assure them that her utmost endeavours, will be used to execute any crders they may be pleased to give her in that line, %virh punctuality and dispatch, and on suchterms as she flatters herself will merit their approbation and'support-No. 15, -Water-sheet, Jan. 15, 1799. B~~TrRUEL's. MEMOIRS of' JACOBINISM-Just published, price 7s. 6d. Vol. IV. of' BARRUEL's MEMOIRS t JACOBINISM.-Booker's, New Bond-street,No. 56.-Where may be had, just published, in Four Volumes, gvo. price il. 8s. the Second Edi Hon of that Work, Revised mid Corrected.-The British (ritic, in March, 1798, describes this Woik in 1 he following terms : " Ceitaia we are, that no Book has appeared since the c mmcuo..irtcr.t of our labouis, ^'iiich was more necessary to be read, and weighed attentively, by every person of any property, whether hereditary or commercial ; every person hiding any rank in s>ciety, and evety person who has within him a sMtkof teal, either for the Honour, ot God, 01 the Welfare of Mankind "-Also, just published, price is. 6d. An APPLICATION of the WtMOIRS of JACOBINISM tp the SECRET SOCIETIES of Great Britain and Ireland, hy the Translator of that Work. ^jPHE RiihTHouou'rable the LORD CHIEF BARON, A and the, Honourable the Right Reverend LORD BISHOP of CARLISLE, have lately Jionourtd Mr. Chinc, Apothecary, Cheap. s.i�k, London, with the strongest Testimonials oi the extraordinary Et-h�cyoi his PATENT WORM; DESTROYING LOZ-bNGhS; and. ?s'he most evident'proofs of their Lord�hips' decided aoprobatjoiv, have ssvcr;illy transmitted him the Cases of tLeir own Sons ; one having been cured or fits, and another restored rope'lcdl hcalrh, who had been pale, |*.n.4uid, and craJc'iatcd, with great pains in the Stomach, Head, and Site-rBy their Lordships' adviec, thisc Lozenges are siion^'y lecom-piended to the Heads'of Families, and Schools, anil to pet sons ot all ages ^o are in any respeel attficted wiih internal Complaints, which  >. 4, Cneapside, London; *n* at most respc*3ablc Vcn4�s of Patent Mcdi-�       ii�every'TwWu/iu. the three Kingdoms. Also 7 Prize.s' of �2,000 12 � ---� i,oco 29 �   ' '        500 Likewise Capital Prizes in former Lotteries to an immense Amount. HODGES and CO. most respectfullv iitfoim the Nobility and Public, that they are now selling tbe TICKETS and STAMPED SHARES of the present ENGLISH LOTTERY in great Variety, and r-n the most equitable terms, and will pay every Prize on demand.--N. B. In this Lottery the.smallest Prizes are 20I. and they rise progressively to20,oool. with not Tw% Blanks to a Prize.-The Drawing will commence the i ith of February, 1799. HTHE present ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY con- II f tains only 50,000 Tickers, and not Two Blanks to a Prize, which renders the Scheme veiy beneficial to Purchasers, btvnuse,a in this Lottery, should they only obtain a small Prize ot 20I. the advantage arisiug will'be Six Guineas, Money for the Priz.s paid on demand, whether a 20I. or a 26,0001.-^Nm.i^5T"ATEl.t):rTERY, Ig8," begins Drawing on Monday, ti)e H n, unattended with any kind of restraint or inconvenience, an! so effectual, that a single instance has never yet occurred of its failing to g've relief ju the worst cases - Vlr. Charles Sfaplcs, N->. 5, Bury-street, St. Mary-Axe, tne sole Proprietor of this inestimable Mc.iicine, can give the most satisfactory proofs of the success which lus attended it; and was he not authorised by experience, of its efficacv, he would not otter it to rhc Public-Sold wholesale and retail, by him as above; also by Jcbo.ilt and Co. (late Bacon),  No. 150,  Ox'tord -.street, opposite Kond-strcet, in Boxes, at cs. 5d. each, duty included.-The folio .\ing Letter is submitted to the Public, as a convincing proof of the superior excellency of 1 the above Remedy :-' Mr. Stapt.es, Sir, Having been foc^a long time ! dreadfully afflicted with the Piles, from which I could gef no .relief, night [ or day, 1 was requested to make anplic 111011 to v.;ti, when, after having j used two Boxes ot your excellent Ointment, I-found myself perfectly re-1 covered, and have been as well ever since .is I ever was in my life.   I 1 found myself in duty bound to d.clare the aijove to you, praying you I would malic it publ'c for the benefit of ctiiwho, like nie, niight be ! atliictcd with the same complaint.   I am, Sir, vour very much obliged i humble Servant, Thomas Fuller. St Mary-Axe, London, August 24, 1798."-A Gcntiem 111 neat Yarmouth, was iu so piuabte a condition, that he could not sit on a chair; hail the advice of the most eminent Physicians, and had taken very large quantities of Medicine to no purpose; was even coming to London lor better advice, when, heirig prevailed on by an acquaintance to make a trial of the aforesaid Medicine, was .happiiv restored to a perfect state of health, after using it only about if.rty days.-Letters may be seen from, and references had to. a great number of people who have been effectually cured within a few months past, on application ro Mr. Staples. IN NERVOUS DISEASES it inu.t have redded (o every Physician and every Patient, that ir. general to i'ffljffmit the use 01 Medicine, is to Insure a return of the disorder. 'Tire Bark and other corroborants which are prescrib?d iu thee c:;>-. s arc' ufgusting to the taste, and with Weak stomach* wiil-frcqueni iv t . e'.tr .: nausea. Hi re therefore is a "d lemp'.;i ;rom which few can cr-ia-are themselves, tho.se excepted v.bo-are familiar to the use and acquainted with the virtues of the VEGETABLE TEA. This Tea is lugliiv pleasant in its flavour, and is as wholesome r.s that imported from.China is .'.Mowed to be pernicious. From its continued use the happiest effects h-ive been produced in Nervous Disorders and inward Wcait.iesscs. The best remedy, in fad't,. where these diseases have taken root in the Habit, v.ill be- lound in the' habiru.il use of this' grateful Admixtutc ot salutary V"e:;c~anics.--Sold by the Proprietor, Mr. Appleby, at No. 40, Camdeii-strcet Islington, in; Parrels, of 23. 9J. 53. and jos. each, ?i'ai;-.p i-.ciiijed, v,-ith amide Directions.   Sent to order in London, free of txpeiicc, jio.-tage excepted,        t ___;---- uj bdgpgwu   null UCUGldl Jl#CI'dIA - I wis entrenched near the bridge of Pharon, fome leagues from Cai ro, �and my. project was t!o ftraiten the French more and more, arid to intercept their provifions.' But being informed by my fco.uts-that 12,000 infidels had embarked, and drew near with four veffels laden with arms and.ammunition, I advanced to meet them with my cavalry b'y realcending the Nile. I felj in wiih the enemy, and fought them during the whole day. The next day we renewed the fight, and continued it for fix fuccefEve days.; The Infidels at length i'ueceected in landing with their artille.y, and formed three enlrenchrd camps. Our cavalr\, confiding in the afiitta>ice of the Prophet, atiacked them again, and 1000 of them w  .so years having been ol that Th*e Directory, in an addrefs to Generals Joubert and Championet, CO~plain of'extoi tinners, who " devour the fubftance of the'French armies, and lay arbitrary exactions upon the countries which they occupy. Intelligence from Conftantirtople ftate, that the Grand Vizier had recommended to . the Grand Siguior to make a Peace with PalFawan Oglou. The Piuffian General Count Sileverin has been appointed by Portugal Commander in Chief of her Army. The King of Sardinia, with 23 carriages, arrived at Platenza the 17th of December, eicoiled by 120 French and 80 Pudmontel'e hufLirs; and on tbe 19th palled through Parma, whofe Puke treated him w.th the higheft honours. A long detaii, given of what is termed an Infurr.R'on at Cairo, on the 21ft of October, itaies, ihat " General Dupuy, Commandant of the garrilon ot Cairo, being informed that a mob was forming at the 1 . Grand Mofque, mounted his horfe, and went at the head of jjiixa+h-r- 1 ha,^lnS "f . . -Dragoon, to difperle it. The Turks in the city faid, that the difcon- j llflled thc Allowing Manifefto teat cccafioned by the itnpolts was the fole caufe of the turnup. Meanwhile General Dupuy arrived at the Grand Mofque, and tried to dif-peife the mob, which mcreafed every moment; but he found them refractory, and.foon experienced their rage. He endeavonred to repel them by force; but he and hisefcort were aifailed by a great multitude, and he was mortally wounded in two places. Some dragoons alfo fell, and the others conducted the General to his quaitets, where he died fome hours after. The ac;ount adds, that the Turks proceeded in crowds to the Mofques, where, " armed with lances, fharp pointed flakes, and fome fiie-arms." they fortified themfelves. The General in Chief ordered a battalion to march towards the Grand Mofque, where the Turks vere allembled to the number of eight or ten tbc-u-fsnd. They were fummoncd to furrender, which they al.lolutely refuted.. The citadel then fired upon the town, and chiefly upon this Mofque, into which fome bombs were thiown, which excited terror' and defpaic. Several batialions were difperfed through the city, and direfted againft the other Mofques, where mobs were collected; they were attacked at the fame time, and all equally repulfed ; obliged to fhut themfelves up in their Mofques, they faw, but it was too late, .heir imprudence. The French forced the gates, and made a teirtble carnage among them." The following day was Itill more bloody, nor was quiet re-ellablifhed until towards the clofc of the 23d, by which time five or fix tboufand of the Turks,"and about one h udied of the French, hud been killed. Much p-ail'eis given -to the Greeks at Cairo, who joined the Republicans, and fhewed the retreats of the Mamelukes. It is pretended tbat Auftria has fignified to France its intention of fending.thirty-fix ihoufand auxilianes to the King ol Naples. But, perhaps-,' this report is fp'ead abroad onl* to procure fome conceffion from the French Plcnipotentiirits. The Emperor will convok a General Affrmblv of the Noblcffe of Hungary, to concert meaiuies in contentplatiun'of the recommencement of the War Touffaint's Aiddu-Ca       " l France, makes llrong prO ....   .-----........ ..v.l. LIIL UIDbtV VJ1 IU1 dl to the Republic, and difclaims all connection between that Ciuet and the Engliih, obferving, *' It never entered into tbe imagination of any of the prefent dcfendeis of $'. Domingo to detach themfelves from the mother country, to whom they owe their liberty and their exiflence, and to throw themfelves into the arms of a rival, who has done every ihiug-to reduce them �gain to flavery, or to annihilate them." FROM  THE  r'AKlS   PAPERS  TO  '(HE   14TH   instant. The French Mimfters at Raltadt, in their No>e 10 the Deputation of the Empire on the 2d inft. declare, �' That if the Diet of Raufbon fhould confent to ihe entry of the Ruffian troops on the lernioty of the Empire, or if even it does not effectually oppofe it, the match of the Ruffian Army through the German territory will be regard^cL-as' a violation j)f neutrality on the pau ot the Empire f that the Negociation at Raftadt will be broken off, and 1h.1t the Republic and the Fmmre will then be in the fame relative �fituition in which thefe two Powers -w?urfuc4 his route towards Leghorn, whe e he is to embark for Sardinia. The Directory hive refiifed to ratify the Trcatv entered into with the Helvetic Directory, relative to 18,000 auxiliary troops, which the latter were to furnifh, until some article fhall be explained. The report of the march of our troops acrofs Tufcauy, to drive the Englifh from Leghorn, Hill gains ground, though we hive no ceitain intelligence on that head. We are affured that a new Courier has arrived from Egypt fiiice the laft difpatches were publifhed. He has confirmed, it faid, that Buonaparte ii not dctd. " , A report was fpresd here ycfterday that the Emperor had recommenced holtilities towards Switzerland, It was even pretended, that ^Courier, arrived about noon, had brought this intelligence to rhe Mini Iter of War. The.King of Naples, before the commencement of hoftilitiei, publish rhn t/^ilrt...;..~ vt.n;r-A- . San Germano, Nov. 22, 1798. ^ Dear, faithful, and beloved Subjefts, alter Having, for almolt forty yerrs, exerted every �iToitto render you happy, and to luccour you in all the calamities which it has plealed God to. fend you, ladrsr about to leave my beloved ^oumry, for the folc purpofe bf defend our Holy Religion, almolt overthrown, 10 reanimate the oivine fhip, and to fecure to you and to your children the,enjuymouto.____ bleffings which the Lord has given you. It I had boen fure or iliain-ing that object by any oilier facrifice, believe ine, I fhould not have he-fitated a moment to prefer that alternative; but what hopes could be. entertained of fuccel's after the many fatal examples with which you are well acquainted ! I let out therefore at the head of the brave defenders of their country, full pf confidence in the Lord of Hofts, Wbo will ttuide our iteps, and pro>e�t our operations. I goto brave all danger with the greateft cheerlu nefs, becaufe I do it for my fellow-citizens, for my brothers, for.my children, forfuch I have ever'con-fidered you lie always faithful to God, and to her whom I leave in my itead to conduct: the Government of thefe States, my de�r and well-beloved con fort. I lecommend toyou then) our tender mother, Ire-commend to you mychild*en, who are not more mine than tl�ey are, yours. At all events, remember that y n are Neapolitan";, that thefe i are brave who are willing tocx.ert their courage, and tha it if better tq 1 >ie glorioufly for God and our country, than to live fhamefuily'op-preiTed!-Meanwhile, may God beftow upon you all the bleflingsand ' the happihefs which is the wifh of him, who is, and White he livea fliall be, your moft affectionate father and fovereign,   Ft rd in and. The Chronique Universal t&xts that the French Ge'rferal Hedoiiville was preparing for the Direflory a statement of the circumstances that.atteaded the evacuation of St. Dp-; ______..............., mingo by the English, who he repot ts were by'ToussKint Touffaint's Aid du-Camp, Gaze, in an addrefs to the Merchants of j permitted to take a way cannori,  &C. after h'et b^f'cove- ofeffionsof attachment from the Black General i lianted with them to the reverse. ^Toussamt isriccWsed lllclai ins all connection between that Ctnpt and if.'      u .. l, .___. .    . i;emaia-ed master of the field;df. battle." The French are state$Pto-have not only put irr requllsJti-on almost every aitiele ef value at Milan, &c� buf,�fter having sold the various thuigs by public auction,,, to have put therii under icquisrtiopjthe second time, thouglh \htf had receiVrd-payment for ttigm from the Gehpese, &c.~' The wife of ijutfnflparte; named Mada'me^tiu tiiti|tc at Pavia, an ordfr^on,.the.^^P\H^^:>'^M9^ e j w'hichwa'i instantjy;paid,'" � <�'' �*' X;;"        V^:-;^   

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