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Alexandria Daily Gazette Commercial And Political (Newspaper) - September 12, 1812, Alexandria, Virginia The explanations which accompanied it both honorable and advantageous to the u. That it contained a Concession in its r Voron the part of g Britain on the great Prince in contestation never before made by a Jual and obligatory act of their government fluid was highly favourable to their interests. With the opinion of or. King so decidedly expressed with the official admission of a a. Madison with the explicit declaration of in Monroe All concurring that great Britain Ini ready to abandon impressment on the High 52j5 and with an honorable and advantageous arrangement actually made by or. Monroe to can it be pretended that All Hope of Settle ment by treaty has failed How can this sub pet furnish a per cause of War pause and reflect on this my countrymen. Jjck collect that in addition to this last Winter or Foster asked of our administration to be with a list of the names of the impressed americans that they might be re ared and then say Are you prepared to car v on a War for this object which you have Ever ground to believe has always been and Jav still be amicably adjusted with those we hire chosen to select As our enemies Agricola. Alexin diva. Saturday morning be i Timber 12. 44 to Shew Tii very age and body of the time tyls form and pressure. Family affairs. The following article from a new Orl democratic paper May serve to explain the True cause of the Hon. Joseph Lef Evres Zeal in favor of Dewitt Clinton. As the source however from which the information is derived is not the most authentic we do not vouch for its correctness but leave our readers to believe it or reject is they May find convenient or agreeable. From the we York Public advertiser. U though Apo Stucy is to be lamented we cannot but smile at the manner in which a Man is sometimes made the dupe of artful Intro Guers. When de Witt Clinton visited Washington during the last session his manner was remarkably courteous he bad a smile for one a Promise for a second and a claim of a relationship for a third. He told our Wise representative that his Grandfather Clinton married a be Fey re and the poor mans head was instantly turned lie was so tickled with the idea of inn my a Cousin president of the u. States that he has Ever since been a warm j Clintonia. What must we think of a Man who is so Casior Cozene out of his Princi Ples ? a we understand government have at length received official advices relative to the Blust Cring Hull and his North Western army. These u is said place the whole blame on Hail and an .1 cd. _ i Inu . Ouon is the report. This Days intelligencer will j probably furnish particulars. J the intelligencer save 44 it is no less Aston Lilii Juir than True that there Are s Rne whose personal hatred of the members � f adminis Mion so far absorbs All other feeling As to Reader their hearts insensible to their coun try Honor or shame. Who these 44 Soma Lre we Are not told but we can assert with 0ut the least fear of contradiction that they a a not to be found in the ranks of federalism. No True Friend to his country can rejoice in her disgrace 44 some Levy imported Patri indeed May chuckle while they indulge Disir 4� personal hatred. V the a Aurora in lire usual peremptory Stile urls the Public that 44 the British party in America Are or pissed and mortified that our Squadron was not captured. And in proof this the tear Ned col. Duane Eriveth his real e s a tint. A7ijf. Of French in the shape of a Dernier resort there being we conclude a expressions in the Frigli a language that Tou i 1 twi Orttie oth i i v of i people is lifted up against the imbecility of the Cabinet at Washington. The troops of the Palace fondly Hope that they shall be Able to tender Hull the scape Goat the Propitiatory sacrifice to save a weak administration. Shall the revolutionary Soldier then be condemned us head ? Toroid it Honor Justice and humanity. The first of the roman poets describes the Stern judge of hell the i hex Ohrablo Rha with a number of his officers had Bee sent from fort George to Montreal. A gentleman who came passenger in the steam boat mentions that accounts had been received of the election in Vermont which gave the democrats a majority in the Legisla Ture although that majority had decreased from the returns of the last year. Gov. Galusha is re elected. London sunday evening. Opo Nroy july 9. It is reported Here that general Bonnot with 1500 men have been made prisoners by the guerillas. The last accounts from head quarters Are on the 1st inst. At Allegra Midway Between Salamanca and Valladolid. The French were flying before our troops. Our Force is said to be 72,000 men including guerillas and Levy in Masse the enemy 36,000. Joseph Bona Parte is said to be with is advancing on Astorga the 1st, 11th, and 12th portuguese cavalry Are with him commanded by Gen. D Hoban. Gijon july 12. At present we arc better off than we have been since the beginning of this revolution and according to appearances the French will soon be obliged to retire beyond the Ebro if not to France. Lord Wellington has advanced As i far As Valladolid and Marmont is retiring be fore him. Astorga with Only 600 men holds i out still against Salton sides who will soon oblige them to surrender he having 18,000 men now before it. Mendizabal with about 20,000 guerillas is to operate by land while sir ii. I Popham s Squadron will assist him by sea to i Clear the coast of the enemy. An Anholt mail is arrived. Gen. Tolli is said to have resigned the command of the army to Gen. Benigsen who commanded against Bonaparte last War. There is a report of a Battle near Polosk in which the French were Defeated with the loss of 6000 men and were forced to Retreat. Polosk is on the North Bank of the Dwina and bagrat on was retreating in that direct i n. There were no French at Limbau on the 4th ult. New York september 8. Arrived Schr. Avery Chilman from Rich mond bound to Boston. On thursday off Mont aug Point was taken by three frigates and a gun Brig the aeolus Maidstone spartan and Brig Laura hauled her along Side the maid Stone and look out part of the Coal leaving enough for ballast. They then released the Avery and put on Board Cut. Young Passen Ger on Board the Schooner Stockh pm from St. Barts for Boston she having been captured of wednesday and four other prisoners they had also captured 3 american privateers and Burnt them one was commanded by capt. , of Salem and one a Large Privateer Brig belonging to Boston. Thos. Graham of new York who is in the Avery came from on Board the aeolus had been two years on Board her and two years on Board the Melam pus Given up on account of his being an american this Squadron had been 7 weeks on a cruise during which time they captured and Burnt about 28 sail. Or. Graham says he has been a prisoner Ever since the War. Bartlett Holmes of Salem and Thomas Gra Nam of Charleston americans Are still on Board the i Olus and will be Given up on the arrival of the Squadron at Halifax. This squad Ron lately took the Privateer Bunker Hill of this port. Boston sent. 5. Arrived Brig John Turner 38 clays from Plymouth eng. Left july 28tlship Washington Case Brig Golden age Fairfield of Salem from the Mediterranean All the americans in port. The Mackerel Schr. Had a. At Portsmouth from n. York. News of the War had been received but not officially an embargo on american vessels was daily sex p c eel. The John has on Board 20 americans put on Board by the Consul. Passengers doctor Richard Cray and family of Maryland capt. James Lester and John Destouet & son of n. York Joseph Maganos of Norfolk and Peter assault of Bordeaux. Aug. 20th, lat. 43, Long 40, 1-2, was taken by a English let Ter of Marque ship called the Elizabeth of Friendship and released for want of men to j Man her and Captain Turner having too a \ no on Board he thought it most prudent not ? to trouble her. By this arrival i have received London papers to the 26th july 8c Plymouth to the 28ih. I enclose you a Plymouth paper of the 28th of july not having time to make extracts from any of them the following is from the states Man of the 25th july. Bonaparte entered Wil a on the 28th june at noon and wan there on j the 6th inst. The Date of the fifth bulletin. Be Tore the russians quilted the place they set fire to their immense magazines which were almost completely destroyed. Two other j lines of magazines shared the same Fate in their Retreat towards the Dwina which it is understood they intend to pass without engaging the enemy. The Pomona from Liverpool for Philadel j phia and the Monsoon from do. For Alexan Dria Are both taken by the British. On first inst. A British Squadron of 4 Fri Gates and a 12 gun Schr. Were off Block Island. I Simp news. Port of Alexew Drill cleared. Ship citizen Crowdhill Lisbon Cornflour and Beans by Bowie and Kurtz. The Sale of Hartshorn news pro Perty will commence at half past 3 Oclock Oft monday next. September 12. Be or freight the ship Whilmina then four thousand barrels nearly new in Complete order. Also the fast sailing Brig Lloyd 220 tons Bur then in every respect a first rate vessel. Apply to Lawrason & Fowle who Hll for Sale afloat the cargo of the Brig , being 100 tons of Puister Paris. In store 50.000 lbs. 4jreen Coffee 200 boxes Mould and diet candles 500 boxes Brown soap 5000 lbs. White candid ditto. September 12. Phe trustees of the Alexandria Al museum attached to the Alexandria Washington Lodge no. 22? beg leave to re turn their Moat grateful thanks to the mrstny patrons of this charitable establishment for the generous donations already received and which in the opinion of the trustee will warrant them in opening the museum for visitors on monday the 21st inst a meeting of the trustees h requested for a Lew minutes pre i Ely at 8 Oclock on monday morning the uth inst. September 12. Walshus american review of history and politics no. 7, also the port Folio and select re views for the present Vear end the Emporium of the arts and sciences for August Are jul it received and ready for delivery to sub scribers James Kennedy sen september 12. Notice rhe commissioners will meet at their of ii e in Fredericksburg on saturday the 24th Ray of october next at 10 voc la in the Forenoon to declare a further dividend in the Case of j Mes Smith. Timothy Brundige Assignee. Dumfries f ept. 10 12 iaw24th0ct. Five dollars Reward. Strayed from the commons of Alexandria about the first of August last a Bright Bay horse Between 14 and 15, hands High Lias a remarkable w bile spot upon Bis shoulder several White spots in his flanks a Mark on the right Side of his neck similar to the scar of a Rowel Between Fie and six years old slim made had no shoes on. I expect he has gone towards Centerville on the Little River Turnpike Road the above Reward will be paid for taking him up and bringing him Home an 4 reasonable charges. John Avery. Sept. 12. St. Forty dollars Reward i on negro will. Who broke jail on sunday the 6th inf. Will is about 45 years of age six feet High spare made very Black has remarkable red eyes wide Mouth and a Good set of Teeth when spoken to lie appears to speak with indifference his voice is weak and whining in common conversation. Will was raised in Nanjemoy Charles county where he is Well known and has in by connections i expect he will obtain a forged pass and try to press As a free Man. Its unnecessary to describe his cd lathing As i make no doubt he will change them. Tho above Reward will be Given for said runaway if taken out of the state and confined in jail so that i get him Aguin end Twenty dollars if taken in the state of Maryland. Alexander Johnson sheriff of Cimias county sept 12. Uv.4t. Just received and for Sale by James Kenny dts sen the spirit of the Book or memoirs of Carollee p in notes of Hasbur pow. Edited b y Thomas aside Esquire. First american from the third London edition. June 29

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