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The Whig (Newspaper) - May 11, 1809, Cincinnati, Ohio r    f of ilvc ádjñcetitTi Cnú;í*of tl»c itnT." <Ory of Indiana,-he ’w ill iinnu Uauly tur-mish them with maslttíts and biyonets at :<ihc public expense, and will appoint, sucb officiM to command each coitfany as •ahall fee recommended to him for;hat pur-|)Ofe by a minority of the indviddali «ompbsing them reapectiweiy. - ( Major William Christy is appointed ’to command the Douisiaüa SpieS| and , it no be obeyed and respected accordbglj* M^or Christy, under the d’fecfions '    matructipna , of t brigadier * general Clark, Will muster and inspect thi Spies,' ,    ^ return pf ^ same tolthe bri^ igadíc^.^ ’^    ,    v-i * '    cVtef'direds,    that l^é inHaMtants of .thei frontier Of |he dbi-tr^ of SÚ Ch^rMfh. extending ^ fijbm ^ the Mississippi    ^medi-' ^ aitély^ erect lit^jkade worki defended by-Mccki^sáii aa nray bgr w field ' officers ofdntcl^ict,be deemed 11^ .) to defeod and secure the inhi^ta$ts of the ^ame, as far ju. pircumstanees tdl per-' mit, against! the threittened invision of oarages, Colonel »Xiinoth)(; Kibby, majors Daniel MvJBponé^ and Janies, rison, or any^;twp of -them, are hcteby constinHed ñ Boatd, of Vigiiatcf^, powers to determine on the tecessar/ dumber of, and sclces (or ¡these*fortifications ; they are further emj^wcicd to call .upon the éaptains of^ the several compa- ^ the Interior of the district, to fur . nlsh their respect jVC.quotas of such hdr,n-ber pf ntenand ^itiiplementt, ns they ¿ay deem itecessai^tpassist the more ,q:¡tposcd inhabitants in cr^^qdng ibrtlficati^; AU pci^ns who froit^ their CMK^d^atipn, jn^f^n?*nifefmc Boató of V¡-giiañce, seek protectioa for themsélm ’ ánd íamíliet m,these fortificattom, ate re-■ quiredf without cxccptibti, under the di-ircc tioh. of the. board^ to' contribiue their • due proportions of labor in ereaing the laiaité.    ' ,    •'"j’    *' MERftIW)5iTHER LFÍWI».; - %cx\ I113 «.lie process, In :he of Gijcoa C>lrnsu*ail    .    fi*    •' Besides ceminels in front of- thqjipaMJli.’ it had bccqcustomary,to place oue^retwfe*" in the garden in the rcw*—^but on some ■ pretext Of otikeryihe^\x^ w.^s withdrawn . on Friday night. The mars¿ial rí^civiog information thereof, (wKctheror: I not wc cannot say) \hr^U^ and entered the house aúhc very place the gnard v had abandoned. This la whaf cuil management. 'i- fily sórnt:' Other pUceS in Alid.ilusjii and ■Gnmado. I'hcJ'nomas Jefferson kft ihc'coast “6f Catalonia the 18th which time the French'* wia-e adv by the coast, 'fhc advanced gua: within au hour * and a hall’s in;^rth‘of’ 'Reus, when she gbt under way. The.following is a sketch-of the c5peraüoñs car-.itfed in Catalonia durirg tie winter. ' -hi- the laiicr jiaff’^bf December, ilic Spanish troops amounlifig to about 15,C<XJ men, under the command of gen. ‘.Vive?, ^ • adv^icéd by the mountains 10 tfie castem-»-me»b of Barcelona,'to cut pff'íHe sbpjdici^ the'French might receive/frbitt Ifrancc.; ^A.fey le.agtt«^ from Barcelona, they Were’ attacked by a French division of vjtr)^ in-yferior force. Vives ordered a tetreat, gnd by his conduct so panic ^sfritefi .the ^itrs, that they dirtW dqwii xlS^i i»i^. - nqti retreated in 'the mbst shameful «hd • eppfused manner, even as faraü Tortoaa. ^ 0» the banks of Ebro.' Geh. Reding, the second in command, with the regin^ent of .troops, made an orderly rcfreat to which he ixptn^iately put in ^astetv^of defence, hs order ^6 withstand a sipge^ As thcconduct of general I Vives afforded strong stispféióu tpf Üís being in favor of the French, gen. Reding assumed the chief command, and putting :h:- «• GENERAL, ORDERÍS. Jtead ^uarters^ St. Lottir Apnl¿Jo, i ¿09. In consequence of the extrciae' fclucT tancc oh the párt of the yqung^ men of Louisiana, to engage in the tervicO, proposed by the order of the 6th inst. the-Commander iq/Chicf for the protection pf the frcnticr, finds himself imde^ the necessity of ordering that the militisl'of th^ districts of St. Louis, and St' Charles, who werp directed by the ^ejgener.iil order 0^» Áe 28tti November last, to bc< organixid trmcd find cquiped within theae distrjcte, inf their proportions of the- réqüi.éítidh made by the secretary of W8r, bii-Mt*t^-‘ ' ritoiy of Louisiana, at her quota “of one hundred thoütafnd militia, do, atul Mki^by directed to'repair to their respective rendezvous, at tne town of Si:. LoU-- riS'On the ISth inst. and tSibsc of tíjC. district of St. Charles, at 'the town.of St." Charleas ’ .xm the 20th armed and equipped, as is ^ directed by the order of the 2'8i)i ,j^o-, vembef last.    ,    •    • Í; '* Gnlonels Chbtrtau and Kibby wiTJ cai{s*fc this order to be p.ün¿t\ialiy cxccuteci, with-1 In their respective districts. ,    . The Lieulehaot Colonels or coirí¿an¡d-ing offic<^rs of the mditia within thc^ir several dif tricts of this territory* witfiout loss of 4imc, take such measures ai^ they may deem expedient to bausa each company of militia in their respective districts ,to be divide’d' mto six classesi»    : When the corqpanifs shall havw been thus formed into classes, the scvcVaf Cdp-taílYS^or commanding Officers iherc^fshsll cause a roll of the same to be made put, expressing the namcanddais bf encVin-* dividual, and shall forthwith transmit, the, . oamc to the M ajor.commainlihg ttfemV By; whom they will be forwarded to AeLieuti Colonels of the districts, who arc required to cause the same to be deposited iiixüie offices of regimental adjutants. The volunteer companies art exempt’ from the foregoing regulations. The first and second classes of earh compncv Will bold ihcmielves in readipess tb marcH, at a moments warning.    '    ‘ MERIWETHER LtWll From the Aurora, Aprti }'S/ The grand jury of the circuit cbiin, yesterday found hills of indieItnicnt against gen. Michael Bright, *,    . and a * ■ sergeant-and six pr»v^U’S. of. Ae mUUia, who under the.orcle'rs of goveruoi ^iW’dtr-have resi'ted the l;nys of the United Sutes. This state 01 ihirgs hwentahle -:r.y<i it is the mote so bccauvc ih.t citücns -thusfla’ii^Hrted to pcn^:ikie8, nre cvri v mah of them as good citizens as^rc in ihe \ioiofl. Jurera April i r* On Saturday .morning i^st ths mnr-sln' of the cilsn ietobiHuu d «drni'xsivvi into ths hóUMS llie executrixes nf r#.nid llitm¡hcuít,dccva|pd, c^jvouedvd in Tlve Chief Justice has J^t ^ his (pinion, that ¿rsi Serg<an.t miis^oté-maíniá.reust4dy of the mai^y of the state being f^plcdgqd to^’iid^mnlfy the execbtfixes, and it being now ihapos-^ible to give atiy indemnifiCatlqii (í^teept the parent of the monty, %c brésjymie . the govcmoy’ wiH ordee iFtó bO»<^ - LAT^XrhREIGN ^ CqEk7Ffeb. 2é:    f    ;/ The expedition to sail from.^hVí^^ we undentai^d, be'pmleridte 49n|av!^ major geni l^yesford. ' w2(l.j|OiÍ8»st of six regtmecgsr . pteir dcstioifitlMt^ ishot irsentioliéd'Jrtie trai^portSvhaWc nbt yet tarivcdfor thefr cmlWrkmí'lónv; i    i    ^    ;r    —’•"o . The troop.* dndei pxi^ ,^1 S^r- if    ‘    r brooke .tUl7.™,jn « éove“#,ftíáp, or. | ih.truci-.Qn. lo’friceed' on tht5r‘tótií.a- fe>nch.ia>lo^d tyncrri Rtedmg to ,T>r- :    I    ragona, and had thftb advanced guards M AacH 8.    'milesof the walls; they were Peare betwe'en Great Pritatié áHdÍ>éÍ^J 0^‘>y.55WB«*i« skirmlihe.. In th¿.’ • rrohohiiitt/ of jwar betweéh j¿¡dtr(a ancT, France* ■    > »    '^ i i Dutch paper# arrived this mbifetilg i to the 21'^ tilt. . They contam %pir-iatelligencc-—lyar between -As^tria and France is openly spoken off and'‘article in the^Ltydcn paper of-tlte* 2/th, inforhts us of the measures which can only have been adopted in‘the ¿ontenipla-tion of an \mmpdiate war.• .i. /* ' Peace has certainly heart iconduded bc-twecrt Turkey and Great Rritdiír^it Wis signed by the .1*urkith mlni^,; íf Elfendi, and mj-^ AcUir. fresh irtsui;^ '' rcction had bto.ken,putjit. Constantino;^, and the peace in England lysaid, vá án article from Vienna, tohavé^Bescrt.thc inAne- ^ diate ’consequence» pf it.a- Thq Russiani-generals, as soon as they wenc infrrnftdd Í- W event, Broke off aU rtegoótüoa wltli* ' ''thcTurks^    .    ,.j i,.,r', Peace with Turkey .wa« signed on’the ^ Ith of January.    ;    * An árdele from ArragQne,:4c|ate4 "the llth of Fcb..mcntionf, ¿mre’aijc^ JooO merttfi arms, delcndirigiSíin¿>Sst that Jüiito is besieging it i tbht ttet46rles*‘ and tronches ^ poshing onkhthe gates of ^ the tówn;^ a bombardment keptup iwith- ‘ outriiUepiisalon. ' The enemy hof>e tp force ‘the place - to «urrcrtrtcc.-kUV fajmitic more than by force pi arms. ' f '■•Ih \ |/Ic jgt.orai-.t    So    cf-mpietolr. w«'c they m ibc dark, ihai in one pro-iiÉÉiiiMiné^ knew H»t whr.t was passing in pai- riotiani, and ihc peeiplc QÍ’Ctdlte ha^de-r^unded an account of tiwir procecoingRxl andthc/govcrnor.haa promiléd-that they .U..11 U. f r .    - I shall be satisfied. ‘ - jSven. Postr rjr ¿> , aNTZ,FcU^8. * The ánxiety which the reports of fiffew ' war ini Austria had.occasionpd^ has been augmented by the late measuhetrlnf the ' court of Vienna. It is. ^ cei^iis» that some' ligbt'corj^’gl^c to He formediiwhtch sent to join the 4ifferent regiiiseiifls.v* Olh. cr mili'iary preparations. apf.?frkffiviseliil&'^ king; ánd magazines arc .forming-in Bohe* ‘mia and AiistrU. M. ,F^*hHiiwicr^ who in the late campaign was principal commis* Saryto die Austrian army,,has Jiccn again appbhfted tu th-at ppst, nnd the ooñht d¿ Guinne, formerly adjutant general to the Archduke Charles', hits bepn appointed adjutant to the empcrqi*. JThe Archdukq Ferdinand is to take the chief commatid of an Austrian^ army in ^Bohemia, if war shonld bráke,out, and count Beiiegrade will ccmittiaAd an army in Carinthia and» Carniola. In the mean time several gcn-‘ er-dls who copiiuanded on the Turkish, frontiers, hfive Been called to NVierifta.—‘ Mirny licrsoHs, however, doub¿* whether the Archduke Charh-s.apurove^Jth'c mea-, '«arcs'of the cburt, and vfiU be i^illingto' -enter iuto á new war.-. In the eopferences which haVc been held on the suhjtct and at which both that prince apd the A'rchdukc iFcrdmand, thé bj^ther of; .ibc'fetnpress •'weré present—It is siwd a new.:j^eral ic-\ vy whs spokpn-of, and lilitcrem’irtl'asures proposfil’to render it sgrccablp to the.fHio-: pie. Th^se most experienced In mlihary affairs cstíhiátc the whale of^ oúFrégular troiips. at 148,000 m¿n^hut it}is IViOst praciicnblc’'tó lh(l a train,,fif artillery suf-licient for an’army of 6O,0.X) n>(;n. ' , Letfdon^ Ceurani Feb. 27.' LatrslSpainsh and By a pnssebyet- in the shlpTlioniM.Jiif-ferson, capt. 'Morrison, from Spaili, we , havonceiv^d inH-llrgence from thatqu w-irr 10 the 28ih (*f Frbi uary., Wo are.sor-I'v to »av ih?t they aie Nurh as ! Hut rrilw* dunot thit vre now the v\ ’ -«» ortii.u deluded c&uMxy is in ihc pJ4jí;.,üioií oG pf February difc*Frctich attacked dno^the outpostsv whicH perfectly commands Txrrii'gorta;    Spaniards how-., ever were: prepared ^nd compelle^-’to'rclwat." '.    '    ■    '    ' ^    ; . Tber were in i>0Mrty 't'..;e«stion o'f« ..grtod «ttac^- but a.    ;(,4d .uftpilnt troops to protect tb ^courttey Bctwsen the mount^ ..nd Vhe coast, they were undiár no grekt app>ehcAiíións; until dte FcrrtcBí^ -,by some    and .well concerted : mcnt.^    possession of the mountiun,^ artd ?^<íf¿Beyoiwl Tari^^nVbjsforq they yrekc were bf4t. • It. wasTcportcd an¿ curcerit-)y believed, that a pair of‘the French army, which had been besieging, bad proceeded down,, the lEbrq, and as .;far as Quenea,froth thiscircuqiltiipce there* is.Htdci doubt Sarrsgo'ssk lu^ faUjift—Pro-‘ ^‘digies pf valo^ have Been perfbmed by Paiafox, and the inlfid^aiits of‘thpt c\ty; but the French were ko very superior, itslshhad been esptéíed for some fiioi#. ifVrttreh^d not been so much b^ach^ trtidhgthe Spanish officers^ France would hot k^ve found Spain so ^sy a cópquesh ,1*rtmigon could"nDt‘hold^but any time :' ,the BriiMhtfead scmt 'them several ships ^ uloaded with: arms and *amttiun}tk>n ; and ^ there were fóur'or .'fiycvírlgatea cruizing off^she coaist; cmelof fhem'the^mpetejiix, ^ ^.Loi5d.Cochrane/attákkW 9íe Freos^j^ar^ -my, as they were * on- thTé^niohbt oy the. yi*-' ,v4r . Sid» towards T*arf^ortk, ihe FwpcK * rttjurncd the fir«rfrom their flying anl|Íe- * ry^ and shot'away the fmpetitex’s iXpriU f itwas^urtdcrttood she kiUéd a num;* ^hcr of French, o- A* great number-of Jicr lerters from the Frehch kfm)^‘c|une tp Tarragona in^.were .C^e^y lufli* /lans, iaod i3cpi^8ct)ttd ’ the :p0ii^h army to be very much distressed By; si^nesq ; they also reprcsei^ed Frsoie ¿d.íts dc pendencies ta'bd' SüfleHikg iiqfnensely by the tot|d destruction ofct^merce, ñ* i it was reported-Vt    ttiáf Austrian mitdstercit'Seviff é fiádí inte^cd the Junte officialiyr*-thar *Aiwtfit wks to declare war against France the'ióth of February. Reports”from the Adriatic^ brought to G»ibr'altifr, qtstlng that thq ArdhDultt’Charlei had actually adyan-* cei with a large anrty in the Typl, seem-. ^d to confirm the repoiti** ‘ ^    1 It was also repotted dtet'Swedqn •hm her porte agipnst Enghmd. • .Turkey hud actually ttiadc peace "wíjth EiigUnd/a ¿sldop ¿f w«jli cflrtylAg hSjmc. the ratified yrcaty, was tt'Gibralter when ‘the Thqmakjeffcrsoil touchléd theri?.' * j The pcopjt of.Hutiia, It Was said, had bccpmcmucji dlseatwfiod .with theirg^jv-eriimcnt, and a rcVsiution'ih thát counj|y was looked for, ' ' A\y insurrection h»d taken place at Ct-. ,d«, alx>ut the 24th of February, in con-: rscqucnce of the Junta having proposed ; to gi^Vion the city with Poles and' ItaU tans, said to be deserters from the French , army^. Tliis circiumtancé excited a suspicion rtf the purity of the Junts’s Ihteh-tions, and 'the people assemht|d bqfore , the hmwe of the governor áínd >demshded informaron, they proceeded to Sets óf violüncc, and killed one or two general officers who were suspe<?ted of being * Frf-ncli parti zaoR—tile populace have chosen a C.qmchin Friar for their leader. A in(»8t mysterious lil.ence has been* preserved by ilio General Juntas and indeed all the provincia ones, respectmg •the actuid state W’fhe 90uutry, and it ap- L0ND0Nb#Mr 2¿»^ . TUX ThZNC*    SPAIN. French papers wtBryqsterááJ*^recf ived the m^CRirtf whl^th^ fWteHttlhId or eXix-* ded .tbevig‘}lan€u^|he custom house uAía kb¿qt^ state, that Joseph —and Bte w^le ofthe .Fctach ^adi^ wt^iprepari^^ to de-rroifrtbat dltyi tiiarsb^i l4|imes hkv- *-ingrecelved positive prders i^m Napo-»eon to mkrch .the üróops under hi« com ^msmdhack to Frahce. , ',    > We. have observed, with or two traits In the Germao^pers which shew that as soon as the Prcnch troops abandt^qd^ a^y spot, the ancient spiri.V manifeste^frscib ^ ‘ Aurraia nistiin.—We bq^n^o think tltet tll«e tl|» Jyebef    VMSoMljuar- te» of.war laying    ^ K imT *'*' ^Itl, to fronk«resc\-i^ conviction •> *j<»TQuaa stcpontW^jhf    but - rrom 4he recolléetion she hm lei^ slip oppferCumties of actibit almosi*if nht quite as fayorable-^Hi^But G|^nete are not aU .Ways^o.coqtipiteliiip^^ ; and --it^may Ite thkt'Ahfl^lá lifui not, dvWing the Prussian war •ufficientUr.^gpyqrfd or re^ cmited her    si^gi^#«f^the    (lita! battle of    understand howcvér, thát her    «hmplcte^ 'and that di|^    Hun-' ^garlen le<7, as .a GiuwA wiser tpo by de|^r b*wi^ experi- ‘ ciqc^ Wq iriáyhppc that ;,«bc-Vilk^-iiot fall “into the same errors which she committed ih'die last war Í wc should^'iitee no táóreMacks, ap4 testan AuUe tOilincilof war wiU ho longer fetard or paitAze the military operations. At the pregMit mo-h merit Bonkparte has no forced in Germany rcapable of cqjhh^    Ausfrfa, and the Ikttkr 'could ^vance at ones-to the Rhine* . j    '.v^ . " T^c^.Frcftch .airimes must be drawn froiUS^ri ilrod be made to trkyeaierFrance iriid the ma^zito the lla£^ which wdrt etfeptM to " supply troops^ Inípaín mtMt be feo^lAcd before* Rpiaparte cpiild ialTf bn the war . ,    Whole ofce the cff(^ proi^uccdfi    Spáin,. bf th'¿ncricw^’opotó^ would be    pafrioK k    Irme to laisc knd ‘piteé* of kll politions kni^toiiita^tf^ ©a-opiwatkm anj^ 1^1^^    havn yet    , v * r ' V - M . - -LoriPONi Mkteh 4. Bo’napyte M ^    a categorical iitewcr frorfibq    Weima; with litocbt    - ‘ powon,*Tnaijite    khould'be ” Ifbd'ubéd ‘ te,    i06o,    . a.    on whichVinnotof THet^ te óf NaéUú W    ^ * cOnfedetetoi in tehtdr, while -he talkkof ' wadikcprepafatipns^ expecsies' a hdpc that wartoky yet    ¿'Sontfiarte bn^m/^íí/jBoíffí Míu{ Buihthco^^rnpad^'im éd. thát war U tnrr^bh^'<4S0t^'H ir fifr tumálpfaeticeto^'0¿^Jf,Prlim^ tési moment^    popufir    cm tma an^Kh^ Ble inte^ms    hinu^S\Wluy ére Ibéy    wbr    rwM    m    hi§ hupoctitical CrO. hfora the laot^ taasp^wilk Austria^ andmétfmrqttáfit crywithPm*> ' sia.    "*'    •    ^    * lU 'I r\Property of the American Antiquarian Society fVhat will be the conduct of Rxasut t for §f Prussia U were needien to' qpkdá, h^r mthtOryMte being so tUwñgnt Mükf scape into which he thrawm^Bpnaparte has irfarmed iiv that he emd'the \mperor Mtxetii^rf are in* timaiéi^nnUed ipfftjhr pe^ce amdJbr 'UHir eafdñét 'U ¿9 remarhftblt for eudden Changés fpohct/pts the. cabénet of Peters* inirgh i but ive see. ¡ítúe    at f resent fir supposing MrtV ldoT\aparte hsu hst^ his j ‘tHfuthsce ostet Ul It will    be    I ails is unite its whole force to the French^ fir the peacs'hetween Great Britain and Turkejy^ whioh had fed to a rupture of the negociations between ^Turkey and Russia^ will employ a large pari of the Pusktano force in Turkey, and the ju^aruwHh S%oe** den xoill occupy another portion. > ORIGINAL STAINED

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