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precision, the returns laving been he had formerly urged, viz. that prom male up only to Michae'mas. Of this viion should be made for the permaUnfunde: Debt,15,900.000l.confilted of nent charges of the country, out of a · Exchequer Bills, bit of there 9 0,0:01. permanent revenue, that our revenue was provided out of ihe Land and Mult, ihould be railed to our expenditure, and 3,000,00:1. on which no in:ereit is and our expenditure not be accompaid, nor Dey is the marker, modared to our revenue ; but he adbeing a payment macle ly the Blók on ded, that he liad not felt it necetiary account of the rent wal of its Charter. to make any propolition for increaling He then came to the staien.ent of the our permanent burthens; nor did he Supply for the year, ani the Ways and think such a mealure would be necefa Means for raising it. He tork i view f21 y in the present Session. He trusted of the Army and Navy Erimates, from there would be no glut of Exchequer which it appeared, that the total com Bills in the market; and to prevent voted for the Ariny uvas 7,590,000l.; which, he should, at an advanced pe. for the Navy, conlisting of 50, 0) inen,
riod of the Session, propose to fund at 71. per month, the Extraordinaries, from fix to eight millions of Exche. Ship-building Charges, &c. made the quer Bills, if that operation could be fum for the enfuing year 6,669,3731. made on advantageous terms; but if After enumerating the items, he pre- not, a Loan must be provided to that sented the following as the whole of amount. But lie was not aware, there the Supplies :
would be any difficulty in the operaNavy, 50,000 men, at 71. per man, tion of funding the Bills. After ado 4,550,000l. Ordinary and Extraor- verting to our rapid and increasing dinary, 1,218,2381. Building, &c. prosperity, he proceeded to ftare the 901,1401.--Army, 5,500,000l. Extra- Ways and Means for raising the Supordinaries (including Surplus Extraor- ply. They were, the Land and Malt dinaries 1802), 2,000,000l. Ordnance, 2,750,000l. The Surplus of the Cons 787,9471. Corn Bounties, 524,57 31. folidated Fund, nearly double that of Aliscellaneous, England and Ireland, the lait year. amounted to 6,500,cool. 1,050,0col. Irish Permanent Grants, The Exchequer Bills 11,000,000t. and 363,3391. To be contributed jointly the Lottery 500,00ol. making together, between England and Ireland *, 20,750,000l. a sum which was greater 16,845,2371.
than the Supplies voted. So that the England's Separate Charges. - To amount of the Ways and Means was pay oif Exchequer Bills on Aids, 1801, 20,750,000l. He then stated the 2,781,0col. To pay off Exchequer amount of our Exports and Imports, Bills on Aids, 1803, (Bank),1,500,05cl. by which a great increase appeared to Repayment
India Company, have taken place since the conclusion 1030,000l. Intereit on Exchequer Bills, of the Peace. It also appeared that the Discount, &c. 650,000l. Reduction number of ships cleared outwarris and National Debt, 100,000!. Total Sup- entered in wards in the year 1806; were plies, 22,826,2371.
1762, and the amount of the connage From the statement of the Chancel. was 41.861 tons. In 1802, the numlor of the Exchequer, it appeared that ber of ips was 2469, and the amount there was to be made to the East India of the tonnage was 574,000.
The Company a repayment of a rum ad. number of British Seamen in 1801, wi's vanced by them, and on which there 23,096; and in 1802, it was 33,7401.was an Account between them and The number of Foreign Ships had Government, arising out of advances decreased in proportion to the inmade by the Company to carry on mi. crease of the Britista, namely, frona litary efforts in India, and on which 3:85 to 1149. He then concluded the Company would have a substantial with expressing his extreme fatisfaction demand on Government to the amount at being enabled to prove the fallacy of of one inillion. He then exprelled his the predictions that had been made conviction of the propriety of what relative to the deficiency that would
• Two feventeenths of the above sum of 16,845,2371. are to be contributed by Ireland, 1,981,7921.-Add for Ireland i wo leven tenths of 1,200 4011. for Civil Lili, and other Charges on the Consolidate Fund, not relating to the Public Debt, 141,2231.' On Accuunt oi Ireland, 2,123,0156. and on Account of England, 20,703,2141.
take place in the Revenue immediately gust last, the Revenue of Ireland was after the Peace. The statement of the increased by 900,000l. He concluded Gtua ion of this Country must be in with pailing some high encomiums on teretting to the Continent, for it could the financial abilities of his predecefnot be supposed that what we gain by for, to whose willom he attributed trade, is loit to others. Alluving to the present enviable state of the Coun. the National Debt, he observed, that try. at the present time, while the charge 'The Resolutions were agreed to, and for the interest of the Debt is the Report ordered to be received on 18,00,000l. the sum applicable to the Monday. The Chancellor then gave reduction of the Debt is 6,000,000l. notice, that he Mouid on Monday He next touched on the flouriling move for 1,500,000l. to make good fituation of Ireland, which he attri- fums advanced by the Bank, &c. - The buted to the incorporation of the two Indemnity Bill was read a third time kingdoms: it appeared that in Au. and pafled.-Adjourned till Monday.
PARIS, DECEMBER 6.
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WHITWORTH's presentation A patrole of the sth Dragoons coming to the Fift Conful on the sth init. up, were allailed by vollies of stones. was marked with the moft dittinguished The Dragoons dismounted, forced the honours. He was received with every barricade, and arrested these difturbers of poffible attention which could be paid the peace. In the affray one person reto the representative of the British Sa- ceived a wound from a sword, of which vereign. There were no less than eighty he is fince dead; and several others were foreigners presented the fame day, among wounded. Twenty-three of the moit whom were thirty-two English; but the refractory were sent to prison. On the English Ambassador occupied nearly the following day the Conscripts again drew whole of the First Conful's care and re. lols, and every thing passed off quietly. Spect; and the Chief Magistrate of the Moniteur. French Republic leemed particularly an- Navigation from Havre and Rouen ko xious to give the most public and satis. Paris.---Among the projects of ameliotadtory proots of his sincere defire to pre. Tation that now occupy the attention terve unimpaired the established relations of the French Government, is that of of peace and amity between the two facilitating the transport of goods, by countries.
multiplying the means of interior navi. At this audience Lerd Whitworth gation. This contists in establishing prelented his Letters of Credence in the more regular modes of conveyance on quality of Ambassador from his Britannic rivers already navigable, or in digging Majetty. Mr. Merry, Minister Plenipu- canals. For accomplihing, in part, the tenriary from his Britannic Majesty, pre- tormer of thele objects, a company has Sented his Letters of Recall, and had his bern formed in Paris, under the form of audience of leave. The Marquis de G. Mioche and Co. who propose to keep Gallo presented his Letters of Credence veliels regularly employed in transporting in quality of Minister from the King of goods from Havre and Rouen to Paris, the Two Sicilies to the Prefident of the but, to effect this purpose, they require Ialian Republic. Citizen Ferreri d'Alai. a capital of 300,000 francs, with which ho prelented bis Letters of Credence in they'engage, by the beginning of the bis quality of Minister Plenipotentiary autumn, 1803, to put at lealt twentyjorui the Ligurian Republic.
vesels, ot from 100 to 120 tons burthen, On the morning of the sit init. the in activity. To establilla the necessary Conicripts of the 6th District ale mbled fund, this company has opened a subat the Mayoraity Houle to draw lots. feriprion, dividing the whole into axiy A quarrel took place among them; the Qases of sooo francs cach, of which they guard on duty endeavoured to appeale themilelves are to take ten, The First The tumult, but only received abuse. Conful has tubscribed as an individuai. The dilyule grew warmer. The Con. The coinpany prorniles thirty per cento icripts barrkaded themelves, placing profit to the fub!cribers, which they on.
dertake to prove in an incontestale niftrator-General. The latter will take inanner. The possibility of establishing his seat in the Council of State. a navigation between Paris and the sea Intelligence has been received, by way is no longer considered as dubious. of Leghorn, of the death of Prince Joseph Experiments made on different occasions Benedi&us Marie Placidus, Savoy, bro. particularly by Le Saumon (a vesel of ther to his Sardinian Majesty. The event the Republic), La Ballondre, and La took place at Safari, in the island of SardiParisienne, prove, that vesels of nia, of which he was Governor, on the 29:h hundred or a hundred and fifty tons, of Odober. He was thirty-fix years old. decked, and able to keep the sea, can Accounts from Egypt itate, that the fail, with a full cargo, from Havre to
Pacha at Cairi, who has assumed the Paris, generally for nine months in the title of Viceroy, is fortifying the Palace year.
which General Bonaparte tormerly occuCitizen Coquebert has lately commu. pied, under the apprehension of being nicated to the Philomatic Society of Paris besieged by the Beys, who are in pora very simple process for taking a copy session of all Upper Egyi't, and are ad.. of a recent manuscript. The process is vancing towards the Pyramids. They the more intereiting, as it requires nei. have beaten the Viceroy's troops in five ther machine nor preparation, and may encounters. The English are till at be employed in any situation. It conhit's Alexandria, where General Stuart comin putting a little sugar into common mands with 4000 men. The greatest writing ink, and with this the writing misunderstanding prevails between the is executed upon common paper, lized English and the Turks. The Turks as usual: when a copy is required, un. have 3000 men at Damietta, 2000 at Rofized paper is taken, and lightly moitt- fetta, and 20 000 at Cairo. ened with a sponge. The wet paper is
The Contular Representative, Moreau then applied to the writing, and a flat- Şt. Mery, has received the homage of a iron (luch as is used by the laundrelles). deputation from the Citizens of Placentia. of a moderate heat, being lightly passed He assured them, that the only object over the unfized paper, the copy is imme
which the Firit Conlul had in annexing, diately produced,
their country to France, was to make Citizen Olivari, a natural philosopher, them happy. The Marquis de Venturia, lately went from Paris to Orleans, where though acting under the express orders he pledged himself to the inbabitanıs to of the King of Etruria, has been pre. afcend in a Montgolfier ; he tried, for vented by the interposition of the French two succeslive days, to fill his balloon, Resident, from carrying off the library but failed both tiines. On the third ex- and other moveables of the late Duke periment (Sacurday lalt), however, he of Parma. launched into the regions of the air at A Note has been addressed to the Dey half past twelve P. M. and at one his of Algiers, and all his Commanders, by corple fell in the Commune of Fleury, the Grind Seignior : Ic itates the comabout three miles from Orleans.
plaints of the French against Algiers, A Letter from Calais intorms us, that and enjoins iminediate harmony with M. Otto arrived there on the 5th init. France. The Captain Pacha has sent after a favourable paffage of three hours. letters of a similar tendency to the Al, On his landing, all the Constituted Au- gurine Government. thorities, the Mayor, the Commissary ALGIERS, Nov. 8.-It will be recolGeneral, the Governor, and the Com- lected that, on the xch of May, the Al. missary of the Marine, went to the gerines took a Portuguese frigate. The Hotel to present him with their relpects : officers, who were received into the houles he was then invited to a public cere- of the different Coniuls, have been taken monial dinner ; and in the evening the from thence wi:hiv a month, and comTheatre opened on the occasion. Alier pelled to labour in the moit severe maothe performance of the first piece, several der. The Grandees of the Regency, and Songs, teltitying the gratiiude of the the Corps of Rais, had made represen. French People for the exertions of M. tations to the Dey without fucceis. Otto, in the late negociation for the The French Commissary at length Peace, were executed on the ftage, amid complained in tavour ut the Portuguese the unanimous acclamations of a crowd. officers, fle reprefented that all the ed audience.
uluar jaws were violated with regard to General Menou. is going to replace them, and that the Dey had himself com. General Jourdan in Piedmont, at Admi- plained, that at Naples his Rais were VOL. XLII. Dec. 3802.
obliged to work. The Dey replied, that Government, there is the following he would always be happy to do any article : thing that mould be agreeable to the Art. 3. The French Republick gua, First Consul's agent; but that in the rantees the Independence of the Helpresent cale he had frong reasons, known vetic Republick, and the unity of its only to himlelf, for treating the Portu. Government. And in case that the guese as he had done.
Oligarchy thould attempt to overturn Yeiterday, at three quarters past ele- the actual Government of Helvetia, the ven in the morning, the horizon being French Republick engages, on the revery cloudy, the air hot, and the sea quisition of the Helvetic Republick, to somewhat agitated by a light south wind, give it every kind of aflittance, and to a dreadful earthquake. was telt here. refilt the attacks of its internal and exThe shock was lo violent that every one ternal enemies. thought, for more than forty feconds, BERNE, Dec. 3.—The activity of the he thould be buried under the wreck of mealures adopted to re-establiih order the houses vertically destroyed.
in the small Cantons, wliere freth trou. number of inhabitants hurried through bles had broken oui, has been happily the city gates.
Several houses were da. successful. Tranquility is perfectly maged ; alinoit all have crevices. At reitored in that country; yet the fix leagues from Algiers, on the side of marching of French troops thither conBelida, a village of 20 houles was de- tinues. The Helvetic Government has stroyed, and all its inhabitants perished. received the official intelligence from The Aga went out with his troops to its Envoy at Ratisbon, that the preliproceed to the fput. Two English fail minary negociations have already been of the line felt the shock trongly at thir- set on foot respecting the indemnities ty miles from land. Several thocks were claimed by Switzerland for the lots of again telt in the night and on the its pofseflions in Germany, which promorning of the Sth. All the European mile complete succets. fynilies are encamped in the fields un- CONSTANTINOPLE, 0,7. 26.- The der tents.
differences between the English and the Letters from Hamburgh Rate, that Tu ks, at Alexandria, have risen to the Magiltrates of that city took por- such a height, that the English Gefeflion, on the 3d initant, at the delire neral has deinarded certain forts, which of the French Minister, of the Cathedral had been religned to the Turks, to be and dependencies belonging to the Cha;'- put again into his pofleffion. The ter of Bremen, subject to his Britannic Turks refuse to yield to his demand. Majesty, in his quality of Elector of The English are, however, itill secureHanover. The Dean and Canons of Jy masters of Alexandria. the Chapter are to prelerve their reve- BUCHAREST, Ox. 27. — Yesterday, nues for life.
between twelve and one o'clock, this From Holland we learn, that a fort. city was thrown into the greateit connight fince there had been presented to Iternation by an earthquake. The the Batavian Government an Adireis 'shocks, which succeeded each other for fubicribed by so merchants of Amter. ten minutes and a halt, were fo violent, dain. praying that the law of the 26th that almost all the chimnies were thrown of February lait, prohibiting the im- down; several houses and fome churches portation ard sale of English and other also tumbled to pieces; that of St. Ni. foreign manufactures, after the first of cholds, and the famous tower of Golt. January next, thould not be carried into
za, are nothing but heaps of ruins. execution. No arrangement has set The earth burit open at leveral times, taken place upon this interciting fubje:7. and a greenith water, which dittuled a
On the 14th of June a Convention was fulphurous odour throughout the whole Signed at Berlin, between Prullia and the city, spouted up through the fifiures. Bacavian Re ublic, in virtue of which At five o'clock the phenomenon was his Pruffian Maje ty renews, in favour renewed, but the shocks were leis vioof Holland, the tu ereignty of Sawenger, lent, and occasioned no damage. NotHuillen, and Malbourg.
witbitanding the great number of ediIn a Treaty signed at Paris on the fices thrown down, during the first 19th of August, 1798, between Citizen commotion, no persons have perished, Taileyrand, on the part of the French except a Jewels and her child, and two Government, and Meilis. Zeltner and others. Prince Yipilanti, the new Jenner, on the part of the Helvetic Hospodar of Wallachia, had just ar
rived ; he had gone to church to offer tion. Our Court claims that Sove. up his prayers, and the most violent reignty in virtue of the Creaty of Aix. Thocks were felt just at the moment la-Chapelle, which establishes in favour when he was about to kiss the Gospel. of the House of Austria tbe revertion
VIENNA, Nov. 20.-- According to the of Parma and Placenza. How could lait intelligence from the frontiers of Spain give to another Power territories Turkey, the earthquake of the 26th of which had devolved to Aultria by an October has occasioned more ravage anterior Treaty? It is hoped that the than announced by the first reports-a Imperial Court will receive an indemgreat many people must have perished nity from France. in consequence of this disaster.' There VIENNA, Nov. 29.-The brother of ravages have extended as far as Con. Prince Ruspoli reides here. He has tantinople. Between Silistria and received from England letters from the Roitock a confiderable track of land Prince, who was nominated by the has been entirely swallowed up, and Pope to the dignity of Grand Master transformed into a lake. A mountain of Malta. Prince Ruspoli, by thele has had a similar fate ; before it sunk letters, signifies to his brother his redown, a
water somewhat like milk futal of that dignity, and explains the Spouted up from it. The towns of reasons why he refules it. Krajowa and Widdin have sustained His Imperial Majelly has again given contiderable damage. The caltle of orders to reduce his army to the meaBucharelt, which was built by the Ro- fure of the peace eitablishment. mans, presents nothing but ruins. The RATISBON, Dec. 2.--The Imperial Prince and the inhabitants quitted the Plenipotentiary has not yet acceded to town, and are encamped in the plain. the definitive Conclusum of the DepuThis phenomenon is ascribed by na- tation. That accession will probably turalists to the excessive heat which not take place until the interests of the took place last summer.
Grand Duke of Tuscany have been VIENNA, Nov. 24.– We have received finally arranged. here from Peterwarradin, news of the Five women were lately tried at earthquake which was felt at Constan. Patna, in Hindoitan, on charges of tinople. The first reports were exig- Sorcery, and, being found guilty, were gerated, but it is not the less true that put to death. The Governor General, Conttantinople has experienced a vio- on being informed of the circumstance, lent fhock.' The letters from Peter- ordered all the principal persons who warradin are in substance as follows: composed the tribunals to be appre“ The earthquake felt here, and hended, and arraigned before the Cir. throughout Syrmium, on the 26th cuit Court of Patna, on charges of the of October lait, extended throughout murder of these women, and the Court Servia, Bosnia, and the other Turkith adjudged them to suffer death. It approvinces, to the banks of the Black peared, however, that this cuitom had Sea. It was very violent at Constantiprevailed time immemorial ; several of nople. The greater part of the houses the witnesses remembered numerous situated in the neighbourhood of the instances of persons having been put to Seraglio, and a great part of the death by the Brahmans for foscery, buildings and mosques in the suburb and one of them in particular proved Galata, have been thrown down. The that his own mother had been tried earthquake laited more than thirty and executed as a witch-the Govern. minutes. The rocking and chocks ment, therefore, pardoned the offenders; were continual; the Seraglio was shaken, but, to prevent the recurrence of cira and suffered much. The Grand Seignior cumstance's to disgracefu! to humanity, fled to the principal mosque, formerly a Proclamation has been issued, de. the church of Saint Sophia, whither claring, that any one forming a trithe people repaired en masse, because bunal for the trial of persons charges that mo:que is deemed indeitructible.” with witchcraft, or aiding or encon-A fresh incident has occurred, which raging in any act to deprive fuch pera gives rise to many rumours. The fons of life, thall be deemed guilty of uvion of the Dutchýof Parma to France, murder, and lufter she penalty attachent though it was easy to forefee it, has to slat offence. produced nevertheless a illong fenfa.