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The Adams Centinel (Newspaper) - March 25, 1801, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania NO. 17. WEDNESDAY, March 25, 1801. Vol. I. TRUTH, OUR CD IDE----THE PUBLIC 1C GOOD, OUR AlM.- Ths Ccntinel is pnblifred every Wednefday, on paper and type of which this :s a furw.irducl to Jach places asfhall be. directed, by the op- portunity.------The annual price is Two Dollars; to be paid half yearly, in ad- One Dollar on receiving the firjl number of each half year. -Advertifements, of no more length than breadth, inferted tkefrfl four times for One Ddlar and for each continu- ance after, one fifth if a, Dollar. Thoje exceeding a fqitare in the fame propor- tion. Foreign Intelligence. STATE PAPER. flrft note of Lord Carysfort to Count Haugwitz. BERLIN, November 16, 1800, HE inftant Lord Carvsfort, en- voy extraordinary and minifter pleni- potentiary of his Britannic Majefty learned that his Pruffian Majefty was' preparing to order a detachment yf his j troops to enter Cuxhaven, and that the I reafon which the public thought pro- per to affigri for that the j refuel given by the government of Hamburgh to a veffel to be releafed, which, taken by one of the mips of war of his Britannic Majefty, has been com- pelled, 10 orasr to avoid the dangers of thefea. to enter that porr, he thoucrht it his duty to demand an excellency count Haugwitz, mini- Lcr of ftate and of the cabsnet, for the purpofe ot obtaining information wuh refpeft to rhat Jfie received from his excellency the a-.arance that the intentions of his Pruf- iian moj were in no view or contrary co the interefts of Great Bri- ram but that the occupation of Cux- haveo had for its principal the thc authority1 Of PruMian Alpjcfty, jn of Chzef and of neutrality of the north of Germany, and that it wa, conrjaaccl xvui, the confent of the city of HamDurgh jrfclf. Lord Carvsfort not bcina cxacllv acquainrcd with the un dor wh.rn the veffel in quefhon found itlelf, deferred to occafinn oblervatinns which he have win, ed to fubrnir his rxcdlency has now grounds to bcJieve thru with con r.bdndgoods.it was cr.ururcri by one of rm Britannic Mdjefty's fli-r. al explanations, more particularly fince and of the cabinet is authored Iv, ru, i poled minds to attribute to his PrufTian. Majefty views not lefs oppofiie to the ientiments of juftice and moderacion which govern ail his meafares, than to tho f lie no-'hip and the good harmony which fubfilts between him and his Bri- tan me Majeify. At all events it will not efcape the wifdom and humanity of his thac the entrance of a numerous'corps or troops into a village both pojr, and with a fmall extent of territory, would probably augment the milrry of thc inhabitants and that fhocity of Ham- burgh having always pofTeffcd tint phce r" iudiipeniably neceffarv the pte- vation of the navigation of the j _-----_ jj, icc'K a re- tuge el few here, would ftnke a fen Hole blow at the commerce of all the coun- tries of the north of Germany, and even at that of the itates of h's 1 an Majefty. (Signed) CAR.YSFCRT. l id qui.ize the anxieties and apprehenfions wruch my Lord Carysfort, envoy ex- traoro.nary minifter plenipotentiary Biitannic Majefty expreffed to nun m his, two notes of the and of November. The PrufTidn veuel, tnc Triton, has, it is true, been to itsovwier; but the mode ot.-ic.-ue VIMS in eveiy refpeft as irre- gular as the proceedings which had previoufly taken place :th iclpc-a to it and after an examination all thc ctrcumfidnces irlative to rhe incid-uc which fnbjeft of compiairr. there appears rhrou the wr-oie a manifeit Of the principles of of north of Germany. ic ft s to of un-caictl CO tile king tne refolution of caufino- a body o. njs troops to occupy the harcn and the Bailiwick of Ruzebat- Affairs to the Minifter of his Prufiian Majcftv at Srockhoim, on the luojeet of theaffair of Bm-elona Having fhtcd to the King the manner in which his PruiSan i has v.ewed the memorial of the off- T 1CC fubjert an olered to the fla.r by the n gl'ln the Chancellor of Court, has been commanded to ex ami rbe full confi- dcnce wh.ch he ropofes in the inodc 1 arC r that it was determined uoon, and i> uo longer capable of the example of what has t.ken place, i m 'ii'fiufT r> the necefJity voy and minifter Bncannic Macit The viewed with tl c refpoufibilitv to which tbc Court of has called Sxveden upon tb-'s occalmn, and the menaces which it hereto added; all the vexations to wh.'ch have been c-.pofcd durin che war, this rhe nioit which thcv-.ve.et expe s ,t wa, entering imo the Texel thnt" to fay, KO a reftorcd as foon a, the officer who b7d he cha, oc Of ]t could be informed of the oiders of his iuperiors With refpcct to the occupation of the town of Cnxhavcn by the Pruffian troops, which mud have'been founded on particular conventions PruiRan Majefty and thc Icnntc of H-m burgh, hed.-esnot think himfelf upon to take in that difcnh'Ton but he fct Is I iin.'elf authorifcd to ckvn' in favour of the and veffels-f the his th- r' td'lLSC C3 which tl.cy have a jnf'c prctcnfion in a 4 i, to n xvhofe with the of ins arc very ancient, and -ICne- rally k !r.M :i noco-ivention made be- tween of and his -L.V i-e.na o! inva- lidating cr riahtS. In c -nf qa--ncc of ,hjft co-ridorati- onshc fhn-s Ivvie that his IVuffim Ma- i jefrv m.iy ilili j until the twocojrts fh.-u i en- of his sity. ;hiriks hirnielf fo addiv.-is hin-iff if r.-, _ count Haug.vhz, to the intentions of his Prnirun M.i'-fty In taking, miluarv policffion'of Cuxiu- ven. When the under-finned had honour of rranfuminrr Co cy the verbal note oPthe i6ch, ic li O G C L J il'! t' I a veifel brought ir.io rhat oon had reilored." The raft being now certain' as well as rhe zeal rnanifeftca by the Senate of Hamburgh to fulfil the wi.'h2S of the the iurprize and nation excited from the moment when the oders for marchinu a detachment of troops were would'be'rail- ed to their utmoft hciolu, if it Were aJccrlamed, that notwithftandin- the complete fari.faftion given to han on all the points refoeft- whiclj he thought proper to com- plain, he fhould not appear lefs attached to his determination of caufing Cux1- ven t-o be occupied by hi, troops, 'in fatu, it appears, at rirft urt of Spain any better hones than he has himlcif. x "The embraces this occasion, INEWSPAPERif NEWSFAPEH!
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