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Courier (Newspaper) - December 23, 1806, London, Middlesex ffewtir�etf^#'a fitter ri^^ Jil. TalleyrtnA; t� Mr. S^rtrV F&ii datia Piris, >Ur�ohi^^4t^v^tsking iarl Im^is the sti ' ::;:,.,^;,jyqi;:i4i&":....... it Dip*f , :   I immcSiatcly waited, npim'. M. T^^ deliver to Wm the: dispatches ,yo�: ei^trUstcdlb my., care, and ;r(!questcd-topUit'Qffj�ny:^^p^^�bject;�'rucj( tiy:nftxi,d'a>:..tXij>tp cmijiaying this inte^^l to' epdcai^onr to.-see;M.; P'pabritif at Parfey ab^^ v^^-i . . ^i: 'ComSmnliRatipii tna^P >�y the T^arJ of Ynrmnwth to 'ComSniplCatiortWijp)iy t,--______------, . ^^w^flsy^ if^ ii^ froBJi the aop6lat Verdnri) Mbiw. Talleyrand desired ftie to call 6wtf*}ift^ ha^iig'adno 8cr, he told mc that -- , J iiEFtiv6rrimirfit liad bbdn IdOfcliig' o\it for ioihe%Jefin*by frhich a secret afldcorifidiehtial ^5om-bor^batfO'a mi^ht- be madb; "explanatoty or tlie scnthnehts and vleWs of Fm�cej'a5 well as the puU , linero'f the tijrihs'^n which Pcacefmiglit be rcstbred between the twoxoantfies. ' ti^aviHg raeijti^ed the extreme desired 6f inakrng iiiis cuTnmuni(i%ti'on in such a- atao^t&r ^hat m pub. lidtj^^ifit nr 4n5r)c^*ei1^u^ sjjbnld^^t^ object-^ icj^dtsd to 6latej;� ti�!>fe8S fii'ri^jj^ siiBstiHcb of >cfi wiJoli wttect, iif ihiB'Frensh.MirtipteV 1 Hblferiii^ftliat in a/disp^teh sertt i|lbm0 ifreblts lie-iiireiii'Mi^'^iijkihfihad been orderedtu namel^islel rather tfiin An>"?n* for 'the N'egociation of 4 defi- ' i�i(|Ve TftSiyj -ju order t�" i-eibore a! 1 foitft^r -disi ei}�ilt>itJ^Mtd facilitatb tti'England: the po$scs�riou I tSf^ toot th* llfecrty orihteri-upting M. TaU ioy^dj'WW'pit'hb*ei^>� flattering the confi. _________, . , , ,......above ali- y :ifO|rtltryt;.H^^�^^^ for ^ rj^f a b4$^uA| ^i�(|ti^^j[jnq{^ired whjetfai^r ......" ^�''^'^m^'^-c^&h^ eomifliiolbated :svUb^^ prcTibbsly to. Jthe 'seeiHg i^tn .M^Il^iaUeyrai^iid^-br� at a,ny r;ate to ttbtain M""? tions. v '' PreviouSi hmVeyej" 'to; ni[yrliBayitig'^I. Tallbjfi^ 'he expressed -to  me that- althoaifjljii- the ;d�tire Of ;;Pcace w^Vfjqu^iy/jSart^jjre as itvw.a?';m-h�n I qniitcd Piri$, yet. tl0 sb^e i-li^i^ ,^p^3fce^whichv;,hp had[ j|ui�^v||t:i|ie tyhert 1 laet hii^ vRbifsia toltreat: seji^tately and- fwtlier moHtionwl' ' that'tfilg "TiiiijjeroE,frpiii Ins/ Brpthecand theOe^^^ liis orders, slating that Naples'coiild.not be lipid out without* Sicilyj aijid; the prpbability thoy saW; of gainiug ; poii!ies$ion of that Islatid.. \ answered hiti)^. tliat^ being ordered to require the restoration of jf^aples to jthe King of Sicily a^ a necessary Article of Peace, there S^'ould be no questitHi of their ^fipar^igtij/__.  % cbuceiV'e; Sjcily:to I>& thifgrcat dillicuUy. though pfethapsj virere there �b other,; it.inight bo got over. Talley rand ofteii and sprlously stated the abso. lute dbteiifPthatibn of the Einperor jfot to consent our dAmaiids; of Naples, Venice^ Istria, and .Dalmatiaj or. to alienate any part Of his: Italian Statci^ to form'a provision 'for the King of Sar-�.'diiHa.;;,^, ' � ,V � � i {�ii^gdttisi ec^stoas inMci ^^'cstltidieS' or blse#hbrc 'I^ploinn'ly protested;;- not db-1 think th^y eai^ ^^viffiVJiejiiirif about these objcc^^ ent Continental equtvuleiitfbr them. ' ; ' 'M. Talleyrand oftenrcpealed that the Emperor ihad enquired iwhcthtrj; had ai^y^owerSjiadding/ (a) qu^ca poUtique mi ne p^ut puiHvr lit meme ianguefionh'i/.estSgalemetit autoJ-idf'r ajiid as frequently said thai the;|'. considered thUt Hanorfir toY thphopbur of the Croivnj.'Malta:ff)rth^ hqjc^rtrwas,accurate Extract df a Dispatch, from B;Iri Secretary FoS. to the Earl prVarmouth, datbd:Do>Vning�-strect, ^ Juno36, isois. ; JilV L,otib-I h^d t'fe KoMftI*t**^V:aturdp^'Eyen-ing to receive your Lqrdtljip'sletters of th(ji if .1 had ppt beefl for these tHrc.p:days" past;toUlly,incapable ipf attending to.yii^iiJcss.;^^' . � i(V'S|�^. jdij^cp^sifi^i isttonld take pJadW .: Jt is.' clbarlyi .withiuii, liis firSt-opjpion-deViVared^ il^ord^liip.J J[t^ cleariy ,\iithm,bis,)asi;,d!es^ Which. . a?e re,ciprpca)ly .pcissessed ^by ,tw,b^puatrieT. and' cannot in,prphaWlity be recoywed b^ -war.; . If, accordifiig ^..the,i r Ilrtssiiii:Yott ;Vv^ll; pfv.cpnrsc; a^^b.. iquestiotts of iSfaplps a�d Jstfisi* >. if ,iv6 tfbp|i| at-teinqither^f thepi^^t;; wojitp^ cabnvtv ypur.Lprdsbjiiplwjlt^^ as ci�nclu�Ne reasons;agaipst;-agrcc!ittg.On, ^prclimi-/ nary articles^ ^rbw^cu^^aucJi articfos'lje cpiiSldered air provisfoualjiand Subject' totheapijr^ubatio'n of Jtnssja.-� �� ' '� �AV^^:�gatd;>^ One tb iiJnd the -agrcemunt Ave sbalf ^tare'' intoi either to Pelersbiirgh, pr to spnie authpf jged agent of .the Kinpcror Alcxamior^ Vif una, 4'!iri;s, or clsewhcrcj for his apprbbatian ; the, otberj' to copy the precedent adaptyd by .Lord Lan.sdoiyirb' and JDbctor Franklin In the^year ltS2; Atitliat time a provisional Treaty h:as signed by U�(i Plenipotentiaries of Great Uritain and J^i^insiHftafes .ij�--^Aift�iTTCSj TnTiT"" T1F6 iresSrVdtipn, that the said i rreaty should not hay e ellect .till; a Peace, shop Id bo,agpacd.up)bn between; t>4^^^ Ebgland. .Of theKC two tiibdes l.shuiild prefer, tjiejatter, , � Itdpos not appear titat, there has btJGiV anycpn. ycrsatioii between your Lbrdahvp'^iul.M, TaUeyr rand on a point which was .-raenUonedtbyiW^^^ which appears to be of cposidcralbie,jpipottance.; I lucaii the future admission of jRit^sia and Swcdcii to become parties in a de/initike trca^. I do not say -that Ihis  a pia determined u^pn-preVipus tbrybiic*^ ;but Jt is :one wh Ju the.preUiBJjia^-'artijsle^ . ; V ' ihiy drilcf^ riPfc W^^^ tlU lifc\ghslti6i�,'aildj'oturtt totBeforiiet fadsis. I-^ddeil^^tbati util�ai*;}iejilld sPi i eadid eStw [i^ct rtpthing.butypur order torVeturtx-tO; Kngiaadi. M. Talleyran^cl wished to rorert to the-a(tl tti'pit^:  xJii ffrhicli irepcated to himthat it j^^s' jojppisiblt; ' tfbrime|to co�vi?rsttt)n a��yi^ ^hesbpttWpntirclyrelJMqnirii.feft^fym )ipr thpposjpfisiiin of Sieily,; \ : : . : M-TfUieyrand ^esi.iiKti pib ip^ Irtfdritt yoit, thiit;  on thp^a9tH;pf Jun& tlip truuph trbifj^yrtir&i^ , ' takb pbsse;�.9ioh of Carttarow � . ,' ; , r Eis ti?af t frpni a disR^b,f roiii-the Eaf 1 .of Yarniatitit ' til Mr. iiecretaty .{^febxt^^^^x^^ 160G:44iecfeisedi;fHly,4tfti: ivy^ .,; ; ... . . S7a,-^i!yrter,(jroshig thp .ifiiii^atbH: I M 0-sessiwv 6f llanoTef. On^ii'-iittlc fiii-tSer tibuj I Md iUtle dpiibr thatM^^ - 'videin'aby other fiittrtifof'fbt 'All-ijeaty*  thb iCit\g TPfght add tlie Uftb^^^ ^ � dbttilnipnSi � � -v ' '"" . -i.^-" '''''  fTftbpj'opoiSiUdn about the %nVTb*ni'b�^^ " I � en^tirely now,'!: promised td'ii'feferit-^^^ � jbomment to youfor hif AlajCst^r's^cotJ^ ' : ' . 1 have the TipnpurtPbc^&binl'V"'^ \ v  VATtj-fpirt^ ''" ^Signed):;: No. 18. PaWs, Jijlyj, 189?, . i.0ir,-T-I;'.had thb.ihpnb�ir to, rect-.iye, on -Saturday in^glit:ilfe"j&i|ivp wliicliljt'lias graclbnsly' �st.ated to Jwmj pVtW-^trphgvstmanner 'the' jjupos-sibiiity.,�riny cpij^rsili| any *he-go- npral ttUtlipus �(>(: Pea^^ :u�tit;he.-shb.rtd term^ Mrorc-.actiiairy'asjrci^dn (Jhange of - circqpistapccs \y.e^ derpd as reasons fpr "a. partial ebangciyf, tt-hris; that'Bonaparte, had been .but: lately. c(jiiviyVcd 'of . tho. faciHty^pf biking" Sicily at sbpibfulnre period of � tJic \var; but (hWt^ ab/>re atl^ 'he_ ft-U mbyd 'and mbru its absblu'te necessity to make Naples and thb neigbljbiiiping tcrri'tori'es 'tenable":;lhat." had; any" cpufidputial overture besn HiatlP three months ago, they wwilii; haye Jbeen rbady to settle the qpe^tipn of; I^p&^ in t{ie;:m'anncr iGreat Brilaij* j;tfi^ lloliaCf^ .''^ps| siutyccts were nbw^ari;3(|igb^;;^ . ]&cfratt from a dlspatebfroni M to the likii'l of .Yarmouth, dated 0P*uin^i^^^^ \ July 5th, 1806; - , : My Lpno,-Your LordsMp'sfdispaichas,.^ 1st. .instant wp>e,received,-here;fc^rjys ybstbrd*y ' mpralngj >>)nd'ilasb,no timel^^ apprising-you ; Ws IJ^lajfesty*^ coinpiands :upoh thb pre^edt statfr of � � the dis.oussipn with the Frenfc-h'GoT^ The abandoHb\Cufe pf SicVly;is aiVoint dil-w it is impossible for' his Majesty to eoncedu. >^PnT : vr'jurd.ship has already/sUtedvunanS'Werably to-iJt TallejTandj tUab-thts depiand is; ifrcaiisistt^iit .witl* his express yeclatanons,>ud.,wit;bthii^W ^]jrin- ; -ei-plo bri wHFch the Noj;u{i^^ " to; that ofuN'aples J ^>o^^^^^i't we cpuld* bs esfah--lishediPiitlie idea thrown oiit to yua by M-..Tal- . Icyraud, of leaving Great Bi"itain>aiid t'r.'�)c(i at * ilibei^ty tP.prbscGutb the war igaiost tlte; �H^'h%uf. caeh;Other; a-stajte of Ihmgs in. .w'hich.theirires-j pccti^'e^lettts^aadavniies would; infactr^b^^^ ihiiijtJ^lip Sister,:tlwi hp4|f^ with w hjeh';ybiV? tprflEhEp i^as cTiacgca-bjdM. '^U: ^ej^ramit =; Tb tJi^t bams;!bf?J^egSlia ';:yiai(f?^i:tiftrrtlslMi^^^^^^ ;