The Whig in Cincinnati, Ohio
13 Apr 1809

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13 Apr 1809

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The Whig (Newspaper) - April 13, 1809, Cincinnati, Ohio t .i ü ti f ^ >íl . .< ' >^'|iii,|^i^u 'iiiu^^^i'"rji|<! Ir-íi «MPaiíJíV ■    ■    f    .    .    V-- , Slíiitiüiy.frRgfT. íC Voh í ') SS¿i^ TBUBiSfiAr, ApkhilVi^ íOíS&ñAÍÍÍí^ y. ? 'ií '■t TEUlfS O? Tfllf f AHÍ. THE WHIG will be publUlKd every on i, ibeet of i^oyoí tí«ét w 'delb,ere¿ Ét thé oiÉce «t Viw doUars-and ']ffff¡/ cenH per aiMtóm--^<«e luif 'peul is ';¿vftnce tlú íDther at Úle^Qd H>f the .year^ or two iloUari .pidd in advence-^if seat. Ity post    per'ftnnniq^ p«d as 'above, of ftiK^ dadiurt and^ty^inia in^jd-' vanee, if p^d wiil^t tn^ mOBtl» afwf, aubscr^ng Jífilt" Anv perm ^    „    sfRS&ibe^^ snd wilt beeoiñt |eb<mat^e    pay* 'tneot, shall be furaiithed with' one gntfs* >|tO jpa^rsto be dtsrontitmedAimil hryear« ‘ a?es are paid. Beef, l^ori^ i^our, Sbgar, Whiskey, Country Linen, fee. deHveréd^ St the OiEcc, at market price| wÜl he ‘taken in pkymeot. Advertbemenu / making an morS 4n Tength thah in breadth, JnSTled'‘ three times for onie dollar, and tS cents lor ev¿« ^ subsaqueotioiertion. Longer ones in the same proporttoQ.    ^    ^ ^íiit¿(^ J    .    formed,    ;énclw the v presidimy yi the' merqiib of Castelar, who had under bis orders general Morla, cSptmn-geseral of Andalusia, and iospec- ^ éapgfntyolpf A    The    tows mo- tmn^ a number of arm^d peasants, asseai* 1ble4 quar^t^ 100 fU(M q£ aumi^ SVsty thi^hii^ men tfere in arms. Tbek tríe» on^crv ÍÉsAs ' twtléts-which had beéd J enemy were movjhg tp^aids fori|iled,lMre taken by our tfoops.' Os | proceeded tO that placy. *ewemf auqi£er side, 20 pi.ecee erf cannon «I die I yrereput ^"glght, ^ diese ó^a wena guards,, jccoidtñiíited by light tfbopf threw sl¿fis,and'stlracted the attention pf tM esIll^ W a false attack. .    it: 7h tAi tammaiafdvfthe^m^ Bsrqf^ M4i>an>, l^c..4h immediMely put in pv^sit of til ihal, that ai,.^Bg totw^j^^kjBdelusiih x, •* Thi Moiri^ of Xabohmje, entartdi^£jsttmaIo4^icU. Fitrvw ak'htwdr^ jfupMte wnhcd to défíwl thec<ií|.«tbi4 wwedrirwiwt by «bMi foBotr fbrÍhét>';tÁ4teBUni of ite 4|wo«it>o» bcbg I inimoU afiiie of M«irid,«id die oitfer*' ]H(tdejh> héi ]ioiiKNiflp w tfie tovh ^ I ly maoitd’ in vkicb ne poMCmion of tb«* • 'fh M«i coeformatue V city wa* tiUteA, t!:. A Ftinch tidier / J r-T 0/the troops of thelhe appeared yantedpoM|totntiirerthetumfn(mAafdio|vto^^;Stiii^^    ] found guilty of plundéríngq d^ke of fttria. He was accompaiwed by, K<l«M^geifktiA wciktp tarpcyé a town, }-wiiicbs,rwas shot }n the prkaibal squ^c» ^ A—w *.^1.-11 —lipnratff of an as- j ThsAis|r»i^, was tarried on Srith^ "    ^peaceful    in-    J difkilty. ^ king of %ain (Joseph) "^^victims |o jíia evils ^ af ‘war.    form^^tw#. re^^nta of lltiittgii Wmb sod&jgto inform you oi^ i Mnd you the prc-    diHdioy al Tofaigseñ»'i^    éa$ f one of your officers, j of Reefing the younger, m§|riaa|;^^ prisoner^ and who has d « very dilTettm chalí¿^ ppbmpiliy bf Seeing all the means j die Spanish ge&ml of dm irtiéif a^y has ,to reduce the Wwn, llie hfth Sm^tpsqftW^ the asfute | mies weiw^t passing ika Bidossa^fery FOREIG» INTEUiGKVCM.. ^thi¿teenth:rülletinf or Tt^t 7>BN«H atUlV m SSAIIK, aft.    near    MádHdy £)s^ 2* On the 39 :h uk. the head quarters ^bf ¿ha emperor were removed to theydl^agS at Bouzealas I. on the 3gth at hrea¿ of lay, the duhe of BcUuna presented him-¿elf at the foot of the,Sono Sierro; a di-visiim of 13;000 meh of the Spanish army 1 by men of the I6wi^| class prpeople, and of reserve, defended the pastas of the 1 was yhout to be massacred, when ¿be mountains. The enemy tl^^t them*! troopf of the hoe, indignant at the outrage^ selves unsttacksble in that posidon. They I took hiin uodei^their prt^tion^ tOd fOu>i> had entrenched the narrow passage called 1 sen him to be restored to Ids '^generah A. Puerto, with tupieses of cannon. The J lltüc time after, tome deserters from dui light iñfantty marched upon the right ] Walloon Guards came to the dO men of the people, whose d»a^looki| and íerocitn» language, recalled. fb^Toei^ lecdqor of the jmsmnm of Widsh die Spaolsli geneiil was ydbeth^    to    expoaa wanien, a¡ o^ ana »ldnietttbe horrprsof an i»$m he mamfesMseci^tly the grief ifidi vh Iw ^ penetrated 1 he, nuule 'known by Jiigna, that he, as wefi,as aB' thCktkooeatb ^man of Madrid, moaned uiuki^,oi^hea<^i ikmi and whéh^ railed hit voic#,^a words were dictated by the wretches who watched over him* No donbt txmtd be éotertained of thé fscesstowhich dm tyranny of the muldtude w4l carried,^ #hen ' Acy saw bird pnite^ down all hit words, ^atid caused Ae record to be veriledby the asiassiht who^iurvotindad him, ' Tha alÁde-oamp^ of the duke of IstAb had been sanl into the; towa^ waa sehied of Ay    e^m^rat^iT' ,    /    aIes^»^ Spanish.) TaAil mat aeftAí dtrAnqia the prínc$ af S    Neufi^tik    ' far ÜEom die Hi<o(^ Frendi anttv,ft<l kll Ae vk^brlaa lecoudAd were aitedly bbtahwd and^ imsbcia was Htnost cqm^ , pl^efy ac^cd,. r . After'a'descirjlj    of die'disorder reigned in Madrid, Ae buUedn proceedii —-the 96th upon Ae causeways—and Ao Of !the on the left>¿.gctterál Senirmont, wiA six pieces of artittery, advanced by Ae causeway. The action commenced by the firing of musketry and cannon. ' A charge made by Ae general Mont^ hrun,* at d é bead of tbc Polish light horse, decided Ae affair—it was a most brilliant one, at^ die regiment covered itself with glory, and proved it was worthy to form «rms, iii or* tti» with tliow dutic, .    «»    magvwn|p|jPW{^WPSww'w?»” v-gliferal 'd^er ®ili<^est mew,wc5|^iA.my awwer.toydur WJhnesitj asau-without infiuence'; and is was to be coQ^ I' Ajng^^ Aat I^pmleas to you aE Ae con*^ eluded that concAadon was idtogctbi^ ridwiM^ in^ossiblcw ,    f    : rkiv ‘    ,    > The marquis of PeraleM reput Ale inan, (    -    MAfiíUííS    CASTELAR* Madrid, 2d He».'f9Q8i No. III. Ta ihi general commanAng in Madrid* IlWpecial Camp,-hewre Madrid, ^    Dec. A Sbtven A. M. ManaUur áenrnélfúatelar^^defend Madrid » contrary to Ac principles of wtr,ind nAuman towards Ae inhsUtanti. U who had hitherto appeared:to enjoy Ae confidence uf the people, had been on Ae day before this, accused of putting sand m the cartridges. He was immediattly strangled. It was determined that all the '' a part of the imperial guard^anncns, I cartridges should remade'; 3 or 4000 flags, muskets, soldiers, all were tAen monks^ere employed upon Ais work, at or cut to pieces. Eight Polish light horse j Ac Retiro. All the palates and^ heuses Were tilled upon the cannon, and aixteen 1 were ordered to furnish provisions at As- } Hia ftii^esty suthorisies roe to send yni» a have been wounded. Amoog the last 15 I cretion. The French infantry was stiE I second summons. Immenst , battedes captain Dtlnvanoskt, who was dangerous- three.leagues from MaAid. Thé empc- 1 are roountkd i mineva are prepared to ly wounded,, and lies almost without hopes 1 ror employed the evening in reconnoitring I blow up youT principal buildings; columna of recoveiy. JMajor Segur, marshal of I the town, and decidíng a plan of attack, I of troo^ are at the entrantes of Ae town, the emperor’s household, charged along consistent wiA Ae consideration due to 1 of which some tbarp-shocliers have made -wiA the Polish troops, and received ma- the great number of honest pfople always I Aemtelves masters ; but Ae emperor^ al-oy wounds, one of Which is very severe, j to be found in a great capttaJ.    I    wayt generous la Ac course of his victoíi Sixteen pieces of cannon. 10 flags, 20 j 'At seven o’clock the division of Lapis- I ries, suspends Ae attack till two o’clock, covered chests, 200 waggons laden with I si, of the corps of Ae duke of Belluno ar- I The town of Madrid ought to look^or all kind af baggage, and the military I rived. The moot shone with a bfighc- J protection and secorhy ^ its peaceable chests of the remment, are the fruits of ness that seemed to prolong the day. llie 1 rohabitaata; for iu minliters; in. fine, the Ais briiiiant affidr. Among the prison- I emperor ordered Ae general of brigade I obliyios of the pasu Hoist a white flag arv, which arc very numerous,'are all the 1 Malsón, to take possession of Ae subúths, I before two rfclock, and send commissioni colonels and    lieutenant colonels of    the    j    and charged the general of brigade Lauris- L -era to treat for the surrender of Ae town. Spanish divUian.    All the soldieTc ^'Tould/1    ton, to support them In Ac enterprise, I    Acécpt, Sfoas^ Gcii. fee. have been taken, 5* Aey had not thihwa 1 with four pieces of artillery belongmg b I    ALEX. EARTHIER, away the'u* arms, and dUparaed in Ae I Ac guards. •    j    ^    l , MiJor^'Generdl mountains.    | Ihe sharp-shooters of the 10th rCgU I The fiftecnwrbuEcthl is dated Madrid, On the 1st    Dee.    th« h««d querters of    1    ment took possession of some houses^ and 1    Dec. 7.—It containa particulars of the the empeAr    were    at Su Augustin,    and    |    in particular, of the grand cemetry. At 1    conduct of severa) <4lcers who distinguí sh- Ae first fire, the enemy shewed as much I    ed* themselves 1 wiA premotions. It cowardice as he did of arrogance all the I    state» that general Lubientki, had on the day* The duke of Belluno employed all j' 2d, rtaonnoitcred Ae wroatns of Ac ar* Ae night in placing his artillery in the I    my of Casttnoa, near Guadalaxara, under posts designed for the attack. At mid- I    thetommandof Moend rciia* Casta- night, Ac prince of Neufchatel sent to j    nos was said to hiVc been deposed by Madrid, a Spanish Urutenant-colonel of Aitillcrv, who had been taken at Somos-ierra, and who saw, with affright, the ob. stinacy of his fellow citi»ens.t He took charge of the annexed letter, No. t. On Ae 3d, at niUe in the morning, Ac samel to Londba, to seek Aat contempt and in person on the heights which impend over I flag of truce returned to the head quar I gratitude with which England has always Madrid, On which were already placed i ters, with Ae letter No. 3, But Ac gen-j rewarded Ac mtb who sacrifice their the divisions of dragoons of generals La- I eral of brigade Lcnamont, an officer of I honor and Aetr' country to A« injustice tour, Mauhourg, ñnd Lahousaaye, and | gnat merit, had already placed 30 pieces j of their. ctUse.” The bulletin continues, the imperial horse guards. The annivrr- | of artillery, and had commenced a very j “ As soon as the fcport of the chief of smart fire, which made a breach in As j Ac squadron, count Ldbienskuwaa known walls of the Retiro. The sharp-shóoters j Ae duke of Istria put himself in march, of the division ViUatte, having passed the j with sii^rech squadrons of cavalry, la ob-breach, their battalion .followed them, and j serve the enemy. The duke of Istria an t ntJjusiasm 1 in lesá than a quarter of an hour 1000    j    arrived at Gatidalaxara, and found there -itself in a Aousnnd ex-    men who itTendcd the Retiro,    j reir-guard of the enemy, which was cliuniuions. The weathet was neuuiifMl, Icnockr 1 on the head. The palace of the filing towards Andelusia, disp*irsed it,and and    lib-    that    enjovcd hi Ph-ance in the    Retiro, the importaiii posts of the Obser-    I    made five hundred prisoner*. -The gen- I    of    May. The msrsh;d dnke of    vntorv, of the procelaine inanafactory, of    I    eral ofHivision, Rr.ffin, ami the brigade of um to fcuuimon iht town, uhere a 1 he grand barrack, Ac Hotel of Mcdinw I dragoons of DurdcsaAt,informcd thal Af on Ae 2d Ac duke of Istrif, with Ae cav^ »lry, commanded the heights of MadriA The infantry could not arrive before Ae 3d. The intelligence which we hitherto have received, leads us to think that this town is suffering under all kind of disorders, and Ac doors arc barricaded. Thq. WcaAer is very fine* FOURTEENTH BULLETIN. Madrids Dec* 5. The 2d at noon, his majesty arrived in .......  jjuaiua.    1 lie Hlinivrr- •ary of the coronation, that epocti which ."'’^^'«^'^Íi^í-dsomr.nvdavs forever for-tunruo far France, awakened in all hearts toe most a^eeahle recollections, and in-apred all ine troops with wnich munil^stfd itself in It As'^ilp^bly iiAbroB^t ii^u met j * Tht enemy had mow Aan one liundredl inottKiqneflgnior, to Wsult» Freviou» j peices .of camioi^ mount^t-^i raoA , to roy    » categorktl answer to y<mr 1 sidcraWe pumher had been dug up, taken . lií|^8s,'AeÍP^4imicd ftuthotitcs of lay    outof cdDfera* and feed equrf) iii4,AdA0réet, ro aséermm^    j    tesqtte trains'end in Undf. tnifekn of Ae ftoplevito i^    I    prove,Aomadiiei^ of a pAtfe aÍiñA^ fey.-For Aese to tt^L embt^rAu^ h»g^;tf ro gm» | become    The    ppiteinoi» oifited«^ noare ahraya imotefadfMi^A The emperor took aU poaal^te ca^ fo Jmvenf Thedty was mined if many irdipe hdl' been eroploycA Only feme coinpakiiea of sharp Aootei^ advanced and the cm» perór eonstantliy rc^bied'to tend inf A il^nthem. At It o’clock;nrtic« (^;Wofohatel wrptp A'e aoneked lettert No 3, HU Aajesty at Ae same time or» dered Ae flrp to tease on all points. At five oclock, gemeral Moiia one ol Ae mendos of ^ Miliuiyju^^ and don BeAMb TriaHe, pent from the town repaired tk> Ae tent of Ae majdr general. They informed him that Ae most inAl**. ligent persons were of epmion that ^ town was distitute of resources and that Ae continuation of Ae defence would be Aeheifht of madness, but Aat Ae* lower orders of the infebicants and Ae íbreIgn-crs at Madrid were deteiinibed to pérse» ^ verc in th» defence. But believing Aaé Aey coüld ñottdO it wlA dfect, Aey requested a padse of a few hours ta infonn tpe people of the real state of affairs.^ The major general pftsenAd Ae deputiea to the emperor and king érho addressed Aero Adk :--'lr»u make Ule of the name of the people to no purpose; if you cannot restore tranquility tad appease theip minds,it it because you have excited them to revolt} ybu have seduced them b^ pro-pogacing falsekoofe. Assemble Ae clergy Aé heads of Aeconvents, Ac Alcsdea and men of property and inflaence and let Ae town capitulate by sit o’clock in tha rooming, or it shall be destroyed. I will not, nor pught t to wiAdraw my troops, you have masacrcd Ac ^fortunauPrencli prisoners who h A fidlen Into your haufef only a few days ago, you suffered two persons in the suite of As Russian nmbis-sador to be dragged along sad murdered in the public street! becSnse they went Frenchmen barU. ^ The Inctpacity and baseqess of a general had put into ybu» power troaps who surrendered 00 A» field of battle, and Ae cepltuUtion hat bcenvicffaieA You Mr. Morie, whatl»r» of an epiatle did you write to that gewsU It well became you sir to talk of pillage ; you who, oft entering Roussillfti, carried off all the women and distributed them se booty among your soldiers ! What right Kid you to hold such language elsewhere? Tht capitulation ought to have induced you to pursue a different line of conduct. See wkat has beén the'conduct oT Ae ■ English, who are far ff^otn piquing them-srlrci on being rigid observers of Ae hiw of nations. Tlieyhsve complained of the eonvt ntlon of Portugal, but they havc/er-riedHt into effect. To viólate military treaties is ur renounce all €¡fEaati»a« ü Ac Geoeraljunta. Then follows a lóng tirade against the duke Del Infkntado, which ends w»A etaiiog* .Aat ** he will lo^e his titles his property valued at two * milltonp pf livres a year, and he will go Property of the American Antiquarian Society ORIGINAL MUTILATED

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