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Courier (Newspaper) - December 8, 1806, London, Middlesex Etcijing ills MjqtJSty's Semnts', X will ^ct a CeVnic Orfera, called . � \ .i-i ,'fllli .DtJ.ENNA, , Catlap Ml^' Braham r Clai^, SMgttora'Stofhcp, TJBRELl To-mortowj She_ TJlliATRE ROYAU, OOyii^T-GAIlDliN. ' rfiHlS prtecnt fiVEJJlNG will be i^viVcil, JL iVith ad^tioiis, 8liakespca(-e's Play of Till-; TTtMPEST. , Pro^pero, Ml'; Cia.-� � T- 'This Day was published,-ptirc'is. EKELt; or, the SIEGE of MONTGATZ ; aSldo-Draipft, in Three Acts; as pcrtDruK'd vi\t\\ Am-fiiKruished Success At the ThojiJrc lldwil, Ururv-laue. WntleUbY TllLODOflL LD W VRD HOOK, 1 Sq* Aiithoi' Of TliB'Soldtet's-Retm'iii The Invisible Girlj Catch ilim AVhrf Cap,&c. , London: pniited for C. and Ifaldoiu, New Bridget, ' ' CATTL.E SHOW. ' ri^HESMITIIFlELD CHllISTMAS SHOW of JL CATTLE, SIlEEPj &f. will be held at SrA�Li;R"S BEPOS4.VORY, in Goyivell-iilvoct, near SmithKcld, on FRIIIAX NEXT, Doc. lith. , Aomiasiony One fchdlhig each. JL 'VERN' and not Eli, Cocksnur-Ftrcet, Charins-Ccoss,. itaviDf; rcceutlcen thorauginy, re^jaires^ is nonr op'eii for the tceeplion ot fic;itlemflM, wlio (the Proi�riet(�r llattciSchiiDself)wilt find, o'v trial, every .iccDmniodatioii they can wish, and a most hTimble and sincere thanks tor all favottfCOiiicrredftntlieir devoted Servant, . CllARLliS I5ULL0.;KT:. To WARUn^D LADf'ES' ,)f r.'tftinoN'. ,aL otherDHP.ShFSnuwieintltfc'Wjst^^'rastpful;-gmt JjIanniT, byh. f;L.\RjCi'Tatliir, of No. 12, Rathboiie-pla�e,'Oxfi>id-arect, kite i-oreniau to Mr. Allen, la bond- sttret.-^...... �� ' � :  -. � b. CLARK, b.'ifs IcBvcj also, to- inform Aolderaen and fieutlemen, that he makes up llegimentaU, Naval Ijnitorms, tMId GrntU-inen'ii Clothes, ot every description in tif^ most lashioiialilc rdniMier, of superior Cloth, and Materials, likewise, iScrvants Livcnes; NEW STATli LOTTERY, ~~ ^ 2............Prizcsol..........L.30,000 i...................i................'2l),0l)a � ......;.......................;....10,0J>) ii..........w.^i.-.^t.......i5,0D0 � HAZARD, BrRNK/and'Co. No. 03, Rojal Lxch;u!g(fo. 9,550, a Prize of 20,0tH)/. and No. iy,'Ji4, RN.�j^�Kieo. rorrespoDde^its-ncconipilnyiiifjtheir Orders with Re-^ mittanceBJ^vHl he treated kn the same Terms as if present. Letters (post paid) didvansworcd. 4 .-;:;l,^i^GyVj^1S�^^ :^80Q,,v^^; LXCLLLt,51 St Hi ML. 2lrVize of .....L.30,OiVl 2 ............... '20,-O()0 .'2 io,ooa a PriJJc of 5 3 L.5,ono 500 QltNftBY atidCo hcg leave to' observe, that tlicy were the hrtt who sold two Capital Prizes of 30rf)0i)^ each,. Nos. J;7,979, and 42,r'i'9 J besides Two Hun-i*ed and lonrtei-n Cnp'tjil Prizes* from..lOO^ to. ;iO,OOi)/. ,XIo>RN80Y,amI Co. rcspecttuUv acquaint their Friends and the l*nUif>4 thaU)t�>v-h:tveou�aleTiCKE'4:Sa�d SllAKK!�^ ntilling the Purchasers to tlio&e Important Prizi?s, aifdat :� are 'L.60,0M 20.000............10,000 2..... 5............ 1ft. .......-r... ......... 10,000 .5,000 1,001 500 1 ....... 15,fl00 ....... 5,030 ....... 4,000 ....... i 2,000 ....... 2,000 20........'....102,000 L.250,000 . CaSitats Determinable, f itst-drawp Ticket, 1 st d.iy L. 20,000 Bittt� .-.. .i...... ..M'^At^y r. 10,000 �^ittft .,..____.. -5th day .. SOjOOO Uitto ".^..laitday.. 5,0JJ ^ - PRICE. > . T;cfctihnd"9fiaresi*iteoii'**alc at all the Licenced. Lotti-ry Qfficcwand4m$j|slFA|^Hsin,the Country. , The auove immense Capital Prizes are the greatest, ma Scheme of s� few IMclce'ts, e�cr i)rc.ieiHcd in the annals ^ iJot^eft aaa-enture.' This fact is indisputable. But the . f^ftMPBSff ijf " " " ----.....J-�J,,�,,I , wg|tlenc 111 IOC'em: Ity 6fSDr;= DImBdaU's, paitiqular -ac- fs juWv apWwteai.but ft ��ita,iu Seliqicy pVe-him' troni nMi$ii(>TWnArtKitAinirlbi&' QfeDaration i Air; Sccipel- LdidftrwlQfonc^QJU .thpjc lurmg aim li4fci?^cJ�U|WW�vcgu,^th^^ m � .JL- wjii^.-.....-J-------.,------ ..^...^ .....,,,....... ....... dccliired the Lawt *cliUini to.lwttets brought by Siiips to .Townsj to be, that aH SHifh Letter^, as well for the tioiisignee aiid O.wnerB ftf tjic Sliips^as for'.allother Persons, arc to (fi; . sent imiliediritely to iffe Post^Office,' in drdef^ Und'>r the :iUtlii>fity nh4'i)raili;etl(>iivf the .Fodt',Olficc Laws. It lit ihefefpre hoped, that all jH^tsons will confunii thereto,. to prevent ihc nccciiity of enforcing tlie Penalties imposed by the said Laws. ^  By Coniinand of his JIaiesty's'Postmaster (Jeiieral, ,. r. FKEELlNG, Sec rctnry. �jj^OllEST TllEES.-r-Thosc: Noblemen, and JC Gentlemen, who are iiniiroving their Plaiit*' ing, .Tr� rcspectl'iilK- ihiormed tiiat a Quantity of Seedling Larch, nn.1 Spruce? Fir, Heech, Birch, Oak, &c: i^ juf-raw j �nd Rcfna tjV^tioa Coi;7�V^ li^ie|lp;ra dwi, jPcrAnncf�, in Jtoxes^ set AlONEV,' ESSRS. LUCiVS and Co. beg leav* to Inftxruv those that may be in W ant, and desirous of Borrowing temporary or permanent S'ums ot MiHicy^ that they arc enabled to advance'any sum to those that are possi-ssed of any a'si^nable property iiLcoiisidenltion ofa fair and eciiiit-abli; Aniuiity Interest being paid for the smnc. As aU^o to tliose of known-proi)erty on tlieir own persou:il siM'urity. And further, Messrs. Lucas and to. lM?g leave to say that they wilLco�doct every Negotvition that ipjY be conmutted to their confidence With the gn*atest expcduiunand economy ; and those enormous charges ami expeiiccs are la-variablv imposed and demanded in raost pecimiarv transactions w ill be n-holiy avoided, by those that apply to MessRi Lucas and. Gj>� at Jsn.Ji,- James.'ftti'eet, AUilphi, Strand, eitber m person orby letter post paid. _: BUfDGEMENT of the PJIILOSOPHICAL . . TKANSACTIO.NS of the HoVal S.ori-tv of l.oniloii; By Dr. IIUTTON, !)r. Sll iind Dr. ItlCllAlll) PEARSOX. Th6 Subecribrrs (o tins Wor'v, and the Public, are respertj' fully mtormeil, tliat the ictith \ oUune ts rtos^coijipleti-d, ami ready for d'.iiverv.-SubscrilKTS to the l,iri;i: paper Iditioii are eaniistly rccomnteiided to take up their volumes as they ar.� piibli.shcd ; otherwise, the nnniberpr:ined being cxtremelv small, it may be di:hcult to complete tlioir Sets,-(Dec. IKO.^,) ' ,  ��� A Prospectus of the Work may be seen at tlic Pub-lers, O. and R. Bnldwm, ^ew I'ndtjc-str^H. T a Meeting of the FRElOliOLDERS of the __. COUNTY of Ti OIIK,. rcsidic^ in the town and iieighliourhood of MJLFFl LliI), convened by public iid-vertisenient, at tlic Ani;ol inn, hi Sneihcld, on 1 uesilny the 2;)th d:w ot jNovomber, j8>).), lor the purpoie ot tukjig into con.iulevation the propriety of thniikiiig.i^r. LASCr-LLLS for h:s upriviht ana honounible coiiductas tUeir Representative in the last two Pailiainrnlii. .J .\Mi;S STUART WORTLEV, Esq. in the Chair. Rcfolved unaiumously, 1st, Tnat the iloii. iiLNRTi LASCELLES is justlVentilUd to the i;ratitu.lf ami thanks of the County of i ovk, tm- h;ii-e.->cnla;ive. 5. 1 hat the above resolutions be adveitised in the SneHlcld Ins, the Leeds lulelligcnccr, the Doiicaster tiazotui-, the "iorJi Couraiit, andtheCiourier, Loiuiori, Newspapcij. (>. 1 hat the Chairiilaii be ^equesti-d to pri'sent llii; above-Resolutions to Mr. Laaccllci*, : J.-STUART WORTM:f, Jlr. Worthy havii^K left Uic Ch^i'r, jt Was iiiaved by iMr. Walter, seconded by Sorby, and Resolved unaniwonslv, 1 hat the 'I hanks of this Meetrn? be given to Mr. Uorlley, Ivr his conduct in the Chidj' Efhngham, J. Stuart Wortlay, .Josua Walker, James Cockshutt, John SorbV, \\ illiam Stnnifoith, Alex-. l\lacken�ie,) i'cicr iji-ownell, Benjamin Wa nwright, M.D John Greaves, .John RuTiington, .Fohn Coupl.'uid, : Richard Stanley, John Foster, Skeltoii, 'J lios. Sutton, Wm.-Smith, M.irk Skclto!i,jun, Thos. Itadtordj John Eyre, John Ilouiisficld, I'idvjd; Goodwin, Sainncl Newbould, John Darwin, W m. A. Smith, Peter Spurr, B.JrWake, Samuel Pecch, Chas. BrookUcld, \\m. Binks, Sanniel (.reaves, AVm. Wilson, Ihos.AVatson, Robert Ilntfon, Wm. Hutton, Joseph IJallr Wra, Greaves, Charles Hobson, JolmRulefj �jVmwIJ'lestcher, Thomas Greaves^ ^Ni)thaniel Mellor,V Johu Lambert, Joseph Altiioni', Thomas Parkiii, llngWMcUei N idiolas KirbVi, \Thomas Bayl^ite,. ., ^l}.EUott Bicker,-, and W igheld, Stuart (drlKitt, (feorge Hall, Johu Newbould, :\ 'John \^ atson, libenez.'r Parker, Adaniscm Parker. Fi-s. Parker^ Cico. llounsfield, Henry AV hitclorik, .J OS J Vv reaks, deo. AVoodliead, Rowland Hodgson, Jos. Wilson,  Thos, Smith, James Ilawksley, Samuel Greaves, 'Peter Cadman, Samuel Stanifnrth. . Thos. AVeldon, S. A.\ouiige, Peter Cadinan, jun. . M. iWton, John Cooke, John Kcnyon, Thos. Wilde, William Silcoek, Bcniamin Blonk, Joseph Bailey, Thomas Pierson. Jonathan Marshall, (i. B. Greaves, W m.- Newbould, George Harvey, ; Robcri-jJUirke, Thenias Wright, I.'saac Barker, * Joseph Needham, Wm. Smi'tu, James Calton, Luke Owen, Jacob Boomer, Thomas Litliy, Wm.ShiHV� Thomas Wild, Jolm W W, ^'homas Cawthome, John Oxlcy, sen. - -Samuel Walker^ -..j. JlV. \^ortley having prtsent^d the-Resolutions, signed hbove, 16 Air. Bitfcclles^ he addrejised to hun tbefuIlUAtiii^ Leiter,-^ - ' i t ^ '\ S(,u, . i ' , , "'TheRebolationsCrolnr the'.t .;:lys?iiH!?lc ofthediiricUltirswUlrwIi'icnlHls CiHintrV ha*tlK()iit^itt,afoUn* Ai)!^rp�olu?tjnl�y(t-�ifl to op-Itosf i�nft otithc incaaaiws^iiirQ^ossi^rtfl t.hftJa^is^wioii of Par-' liainspUss }j,fli> w'duct unou that �4e.iV liion Wiiseroi^ndcd aloae u|)on d collvlenou that the j>Koj.'��� ��ti�u>iou!�i,opurp8sw^^ and unproductive. � . .i -.  �  � . ______, ^ Pll4t"?jfl>,vV0"duct upbu tbrtt'� u^oii'd coflvleTiOn'that tiic jpcoji WiVMji proiv* iJijiu.>iou�v,opurci ana uiiproiiucuve. . . �, , ,i  �. , i,� Jl;littv*,.,cf)i(tiijually,ondeavoured .1ft fulfll,tlie imjjjftt^swti dufics of the situation 7 'I'ld thtrhttnotir to hoW, witlrfiiWIify andiirtfgn{y,'.iudil B&illluv�ri'fi'rUlu;MMfih�*t tratiffcitlvn in rcfleji;tuw,iiiat suph.cndouvpurs havii merited the npiiibba.-tloilof tl|C ftli'JOtin^ of which you. were Chairman.. ' '�' 14iave:thttJjiiiwurit niartwood Ilousey ' -^f HEKllV liASCliLLt*. lice. 2,1803. jrs that on- ......_____________ ........,____________.'c ill iltc ; AfUinodn, t/ieii kiilpiU'vfi U-Hale, at ihtir' Olfice in Homcr-�H't �l>l:iceil/iefu:llowiiig.V.l-.SSU{.S.f wfftclt^^Ort lyUtg ul l/ie tUm^iiiigainst tlie niMte nxnrefmli viz. > - liii Majesty'* HHlPJiELDER, lying at SheenicBs. ---i-i- SLOOP SUFFISAINTE, lyingat ditto, ��- r-.'SCH0ONER FAVORITE, lying at Portsmouth. , ' . Wheri any Pcrseiii tiislting to hecoine purchaser.i mnij have tlii liberty of vieteing thesume during the coihihon viorlc-ing hours of the. ifanl, until the dui) tf Sale. ^ Inventories and Conditions of Sale mai) be had hen and at the, Yardn.' ^VICTUALLING OFFICE, .>ov'2,), I80S. HIE Commissioners for Vidunlliiig His jSLtijcs. tifa Navy do hertbu gine Niitice, that sn Tuesday, the SUi oj Devember, iheij Kill be rcadu to rccpee lenders m wrilhig, Sealed up) andtreut for T\VO liUNDIlEDand TWENTY TIIOUSANOr.ALLONS of WEST INDIA llU-Al, or of FOREIGN BRANDY, to be detiUcred one hall in the spaccof one Month, and Iht rnnatnder in one-Month ulicrwards, into Hts Mujeslifs VteUialhng Stares at Di.'infoTiandCotkint/ieJolloKini;proj>ortii)ii.i, �i;.. Deptford............ 'iiO.OUO Gallons, Cork .v........,20,000 200,003 , J ml tale, pnttl for by Billn payable,, Kith Interest, ninety . days tt/ter date.  ^ .A. It. j\o Tender vidt be accepted unless tiic quantity ef JR.u�n and oi Brandy, logctlmr with the pHeellieecof, sUhUIh: teparately and tltilinvlli/ staled, nor leiU.any 'lender be tidnnt-�tedjvr a less tiuaiihly lllUn 10,000 Uullons aj eit/ter Arliete. T,ic conditions oJ the Contracts may lit seen at the Secrvlury^s Offivc. � _ � � A() rej;cird il-. II he had to an'/ lender in tcfiich the r'rice shall n�i be inserted in t^ords at length, or that shall-nal be di:lii\rrtl to Uie li'jard be/ore One o Chile on the said I uesday, the \iUi of Deccinlier next, nur unlesn the I'ersom kUo �\a:;j the Jtniki-s, or some Persons on l/ieir bshalj, atUnd to iin-siv.r ivhiiii c/tfir'l/nr. i J^'OTICE to MAitliNliito Ai-:r-eof t'lis liislitation, ^o. 10, Chariiig-crosif, near tlie AdniiraltV, I.ondon.-rl'atroiiized and rcc()minenile..l by ic.^-ulnv and ciniiieiit Phvsicians. 'Hricc ri om th > LoyDO v GAZF/rrn, do.. o. B A \ k R U pToT^sTj P E R S E D kI). Jo^c;ili Stcdv-, East RcUdi-J, Nottiiighainsliii-.', chcck-man-j- laclui-er. . � BANIvilUPTS. Cliail'.-s Manley, .\ngcl-c.oiin, 1 iiro^ii'.irlon-strect,merchant, Dee-!', lb, and Jan. 17, at ten, at Guilliuil.- AUm'acy, Mr. Sti'vens. Little fjf. J hoiiias.Ap;)stlc. Willi un Hear-/ Pall(?il, !).-irtinout!i, uevoiish^r, spirit-mcr- cii.iiit, I) c. l.*}, JO, and .Jan. 17, atone, ;;t (.udjli lUv Lon- d);i.. Att.M'aiLS, Mcii-rj. Urylit and iJovili, thriiicery- 1 l.OD'.iOli. Jdsi'pii >-J.eAy East Ritroi-d, Noltin2;hamahire, ch;'ck-:n:uia-t.u:tui':r, l;ce. In, 4 / , a id-J.-in. I?, at elevo:i, at the Cicor^-o liiu,'.Voiksop, Noui.i^n.imshire. Attorney, ^\ir. U.llan-imn, i;,-ist Retioid.- Jc5-e.^ol;.i'.o.>,-M;iCi.'l-:'5field, C^hcshir.'", co;to;i-spiiiiier, Li;c. � 2iJ,27,,-iii4J;iii.'U,:it three, :U the Pal.'ire Inn, M .iiches-ti-r. AUonncs, Mr. Sjiuncl Ldge, .Maiicaester 5 or, ivlr. � Edge, Inn-.M-lVmple, London. ijnaiiiiel Par." !li;t, (.ioswell-place, City Road, rectmcr, Dec. P, 1,.-, a'li JiU. il, at twelve, at (iuildhall. Attur:iies, M-'.-fi.-. p.ihn^-r, ToiUliusoiij, and I lioinson, Copfhall-couit, J hr(>s;inyrt()nrstrfet. Joiiik Cherry, S.t. John-street, St. Piilchrr, cabn)t-m-.ik(M-, i)cc. l'-?,yO, and Jail. 17,at oleven^ at (iuildh.ill. A;inr-niei, Mc^sra. JoiifsJini'ReynaUjLord .Mayor s Courl-O.iicc, Rpyal Exdtauje. - ' Tickcn, Marlo^v-Brl}llacr, Fetter-lane, carpi^ntcr, Dec> 11,20, and Jan. 17,-at ten, at Guildaall. Atioiney, Mr. L. Lee, Castlc-sti-ect, llolboni. James Richmond, South Shields, merchant, Jan. 1,2, and 17, at eleven, ;it the Gofdeo Lion Inn, South Shirlds. Atlor-nies, Mr. L." Raiifieck, Stockton-on-Ic.-s, Diiriiain ; or, Mc.-srs. P.elland Brodrick, Bow-lane, Cheapsidc, London. Samuid Peaison, Ke.tby Bridge, \ orkshire, coi-ji-tactor, to sunendei- Dcr. 2,9., 21. and .Lin. 17, at eleven, at tiie Ited Lion Inn, JMonk Bar, Yorkshire. Attoruies, Mr. .Muuby, �\ ork ; w, Mr. EvitnSj lhavies-Inn, Loiidoii. . Sainu.^1 Dyke, Bartholojuew (;loic, Loudon, fca-dealcr, Deci Iti, 2a, and Jan. 17, at ten, at Gutldliall. Attorney, Mr.-tlig'imoor, Ouecn-streot, Cnwipside, Samuel Beswick and John (uime, Jlulme, Alanehestcr, contBoa-brewers, Dec. 22, 2,-i, and Jan. 8/, at three, at - thtr Palace fun, Manchester. Attoriucs, lilcssrs. K;iy and R".,'nsliaw, Manchester. Richard Maddocks, Ellesraerc, Shropshire, nicer, Dec.22, at three, 23, .and Jan. 17, at eleven, at the JJephaiit and Ca-stle Inn, Newport. Attoriue.s, Morns, .Newport; or MeSiSrs.Benbow and Hope, Lincoln's-Inn, LBnd.inJ DIVIDEND.^. Dec .31. J. Bdardmaiij .Mandicfter, plumber, at eleven, at tlie Dog Tavern, Alauchestor. Dec. DO. W. Leech, saltorJ, LancasJiire,, brewer, at eleven, at the Briilgcwater Anns, MilUCIlCStlT. J;ui. "iX .1. Pragcr, NorlJlk-itrect,, ^iroker, .if ten, at (iMiUl(mll. Dec. 27.. J. II. Champion,Gravcsend,"ri)cer, at d.rvcii, at Guildhall, Lnndoi-. Jan. 21.' B. Rcttsaiid A. Smith, Basmgliall-street, t.ictors, .It one, at Guildhall. . . Dec. yO; IX Bloye statt-l^.rBloye, Boston, Lincol.ishire, lii'ieii-drapers, at tyfrtlyH'^jf tlic Peacock In.i,lio5t -Jiin. ^. A^Utiiift^^OAtiNugardci^ aiurubant, at^teny at J'i HdlTatirt, feffty^s-liiiis.lahBi^oR ajid*(�&^ . 1^4tl>>llhrd,ac^tl^>J^, Yc�rtSl^d . . , . J. ^l^ish, Wigan;ljincA8rilrKtliul��i-m^i�'Ha�^ W. Utji^ttio, 5au>t Paul's Cfiwmi-yard,'pW'*Mn)\�i�kimakcr. 1\ WrtllanlSaiid iMary Field, AUferijgate-JtRict,packers. � t J.;OrgUluud A iBuk:titni:MtiMt�ttcrf,)A.y|il Wk�ttv�d*Bf�;?�8,rWl,.tpwvto.^^ ir. R. \m,eu, Btit�,*htiiiiiii{An. > > > ^ t . GoUt^ti-l^ec tAibsoil,-C�|ch> .tlic Senate, My iiis Excdionfy i:i,rin';>h >' FfL-i-'i Minister,"M. I5.oyR�K^*>'�� a-.^v-'f r- -li" w.'-f.r Imperial Pecrrcj ^iiir'i Vi's ;.,:;i: rKOir Tiii puoTocoi, oi' ' '* STATi;, " From oarlinpcrinl Ca1np.1t L-iiin. .'.ov. " N.iPGLEONj UMPEflOll OP Til S riU.s'Ur, . EL?.'ti Oi' IT.VI.l'. "1. That England he?c^aKcd to ok-iiv laws of-nations, recognized b/all cirilized iiyii^ a..That she considers every individual as enemy who belongs to.a hostiiiif-rfaic, and cohsc-quently makes pri--oner.=;, not i^iujr^y t^ic crew.'; oC ships-of war^ -but albo the crews of mei^cbant vessels, and even. tlio. Jvtcmbcrs of Gommerii^i. Fao-tories, and person? connected witli commerc ^ where employed in their nierciatifcatfiiire. " 3. 'libat 8}xc extends the ri^Kt&of conji-iests to the cargo ahd coimnodlties, and to tlji^^yfopfirty of individuals; Ivhich right of con(ju�.*t, however, ought only to be applicable to that which belongs to the liiKstile SitatO. - " " 4. That sbc o.\tcnds U com-m'intcatijn];thaj;it is imposiibic to approach it with-ont visible dangiT, . " TJiat she even dec'arcs . places in a state of blockade v.hic'i, with theii- v.lmle nnited strength, she wouictbc r.aablc ellectual!y to blockade, for lu-sfance, whole co;ist.s and whole kingdoms. " o. That this monstr^ nbuso of .the .right of blockade has no other objt'.ctbnt to impede the: commuim-ation between nations, and loa^arandizs the commerce and r.iduslry of Kn:;!and by the ruins of the commerce aiifl indusuy of l!ic Continent. " 6. That JUi this is the object of iingland, all those who eari-y on traluc in English commodities upon the Continent, by doin5 so, second her views and render themselves her ac.^oinnlices. ^' 7. Tiiat this conduct of England, wnich is altogether worthy of the age of birbarism,has becomead-vantageous to that power to the prejudice of eveiy other. "3. That it is a right conferred by nature to i p-pose to an enemy the weapons he employs agati..c you, and to light against liim in the si^ine manner in which he uttaclis, and fhtit this principle is rceogni.�'H;} by all ideas of justice anil alHibcml Kcntnncnls, the rc^uit of that civilization by which soote^ies are distitigaishcvl. " Wc therefore determine to employ .ns-ainst England those Principles which she has adopted in her maritime code, " The cjnsequence of the present decree shall bo considered as fi^ed fundamental laws of the empire,so K)ng as Kn;lan I ri'fa>;es to acknowlcd.^n one and the same law as apiihcablo boLli to sea and land, till she ceases to Onsidcr private property, what it iray, a.'^ood piize-(ill she ceases-to extend tlie perions ot ladiviilutls who are not engaged ni mihtiiry operations the principles by which site at present treats them as 1 rlsom-rs of war-and until she shall ap;)iy (he righ s of b o ka.leonly to those places which s;ie h.s a fjrce tiiliy ademijitc to cut oil from comijiunicat on. ^- We h.avG ther;.forc decreed and -d crc as f :'Io;is":^ ^ ' AiiTici.E-1. The British isla.nds arc declared t bo in a state of blockade. " 2. All commerce and all oarrcspondcncawith (he liiiiisii Isles are prohibited. 3. 'i lie. letters or packets which are addressed to E igland or to IjiL^iishinen, or which are wnttett in t le l''i!glish laiiij'.i:igc', shall not bihirwaidtd by th-3 posts, and shall be taken awaj;-, 4. i'..'vcr>- individual wh* is aa sub-j.'ct, of whatcv.T coadirion he be, who is found in thj CO intries occupied i y our :rj )p�, or those of our .Allies shall be niadif pn * " 5. Every magazine, cv -oners ot war, TV eomraodity, every article of proiK'ny. ot'-wimtoveriort, w'hlt'h bolong-s 10 an Ei-tghsh subject, slull bi; dcc'fJncl goad "6. The trade in English coimno^rios is pro-hibrted, and every article whicl*. befongs to Enc-land, or is the produce "ot hei:-mauafACtures a^,d colonics, is iL'cUriHl^;>t>tl jiiize. ' f , "7. The half t>f the prot^'mts'tlf ft� u,blicatiijTi of thp present i^ucrccj fihaW b'eadmithd iiVto auv, harbour. ^ '* ' 0, EvlM-y ship whKjh fravtcs with -a faNc d(?f!a-nation, Ki coati'iventlbti -of the above principles, !� sh.iH bd stM^^ll, antj the ship and (.aigt) confiscated ^ asff thcv t\cr!tl(> all disputt^[�gKg^(gJ|l 'J?^ ari�e'\n our om�'>i'ri>or In the (itiiinii'rAspM^^^^ fe* th^^ F cetvf ha j in r�>j[ard t�> ;