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ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between
the 20th of February and the 20th of Murch, extracted from the London Gazettes,
BANKRUPTCies. (The Solicitor's Names are between Parentbesis.) ALDRIDGE John Bowling treet, Welminter, tailor, Allen Jobni, Great Sutton freet, Clerkenwell, surveyor.
(Codmond, Bridge itreet, Blackfriar Baker James Tokenhouse yard, Luthbury, merchant.
(Tilton, Chathain place, blackfriars Ballard John, Birmineham, coal and corp-dealer. (Rut
font, Wellclose yuare Barl w Thomas, Strand, mercer. (Beetham, Bouverie
Areet Barnes James, New Malton, York.. liven draper.
(Lambert, Gray's inn, and Walker, Malton Darron tomas, Great St. Thomas Apostle, warehoufe.
man. Foulkes, Longdill, and Beckitt, Hoiboru
court, Gray sinn Bear John, Sudbury, Suffolk, butcher. (Frod, Sudbury,
and Faitbank, Ely place Bendy Simon, Bow Common, Middlerex, roap-maker.
(Smith and Henderson, Leman itreet, Goudman's
fields Beppet William, Ludworth, Derby, victualler.
(Bad. deli y, Stockport, and Milne, and Parry, Teinple Birch John, and Luer Luertoo, Hoxton, color-manufactu.
rers. (Buften and on, Crown court, aldersgale
ftrect Bifhop Joseph, jun. Shadwell, victualler. (Hill, Shad.
well Broukes John, Whitchurch, Salop, Moemaker, (Black
ftuck, St. Mildred's court, Poultry, and Wa:100),
whitchurch Brown Thomas, Shoreditch, Blackman itr et, Southwark,
mercer. (Kibblewhite, Rowland, and Kubinson,
Gray's inn Burton John, Manchetter, inn keeper. (Hewitt and
Kirk, Manchetter, and Ellis, Chancery lane Butcher William, Brighton, plumber,
(Goede, Howland Areet. Fitzroy square Chapman Richard, Tharcham, Berks, Mop-kecper. (Biges,
Reading, and Eyre, Gray's inn fquare Clayton Jereniah jun. Leeds, wooittapier Clinton William Lawrence lana. wine and spirit mer.
chant. (Allingham, St. John's fquare Clive Theophilus, and sainuci Richardson, Tokenhouse
yard, merchants. (Palmer, Tomlinsun, and Thump
Ton, 1 hrogmorton ftreet
(Booth, Teo church buildings, London Cooper Jofeph, Cheiter, wheelwricht. Torrod, Liver
pool, and Cooper and lowe, Chancery lane Cowgill Joseph, Henry Sandiford, and join Barlow, Man.
cheker, calicu printers, (Swale and feelin, Staple's
inn. and Nabb. Manchener Cox William Charles, Nether Knutsford, Cheter. inn keep
er. i umvile, Koutsford, and Wright and Picker
ing, Tempie Cruudace John, Hull, cheesefactor. (Ander fun, Hull,
and Ellis, Curhistor treet Curtis Mary Eat Coker, Somerset, twine spinner.
(Watts, Yeovil, and King, Bedford row, London Daniels Joseph, Manchetter, and John Liverpool, dealers
in tarthen ware. (Davies, Liverpool, and Meadow
croft, Gray's inn Davey. Edward William, Rotherhithe, thip joiner.
Shepherd, southwark Davies Thomas, Tarsin. Chethire, corn factor. (Gar
per, fen. Chefter, and huxley, Temple Davies Thomas, Chester, glover. (Garner, jun. Cheder,
and Huxley, Temple Davis Juhn, Church lane, St. George's in the East, horfe
dealer. (Davies, Lothbury Davis John Merthyr Tydvin, Glamorgan, Drugrift. (Meye
rick, Merthyr yuvil, and Jenkins, James and Adbort,
Newinn Davifon John, New Brentford, linen draper, (Tilfon,
Chatham place, Blackfriars Dedwin carcaret, late of Llanabar, Merioneth, but now
in Lancafter caftle, mercbant. (Humphryos, Chef.
ter, and Blackrock, London Dove James, Wixhain Moute, Bucks, and Blandford Qreet,
London, money icrivener and brick maker. (Mayhew,
Chancery lane Dowf.ng Jonathan. Harwich, grocer. (Reeve, Eury,
and Taylor Southan prou tuicings, Chancery lane Draketord Arthu!, Culeshill, Warwick, butcher. (Kino
derley, Lungo and Ime, Gray's ind, or Palmer,
Coleshill Edwards George, Wotton under Edge, Glocefter, shoe
maker (James, Gray's inn fquare Fleming John, blackburi, a scathire, cotton-manufactu
rer. Milne, Screant, and Mune, Mancuefter, and
Milne aud Parry, Temple Foster Rubert, Eden Cottage, King and road, folkman.
Gregory, wax chandler's Hall, Maiden lane, Cheap
fide Fowler Thomas. Tivertor, thop keeper. (Reudel,
Tiverton. and Lys. Tooke's court, Chancery lare Franco MOSC6, Spital lyuare, indurance broker, (Biving.
lon, é enchurch bui dings Gatney Michael, Liverpool, cotton sherchante (Aviron,
Garnett John, and Chriftian Frederic Speyer, Hudders
field, merchants (Wattye, Chancery Jane, and
Eartye, Huddersfield Gayleard John Richmond, Surrey, smith and farrier.
(Empfon, Creat surtolk Areet, Southwark Grove james, Great May's buildings St. Martin's lane,
dairynan. (Cunningham, New North ített, Red
LO Square Hali Richard, Liverpool, procer. (Wouds. Liverpool,
and Black no.k. St Mildred s court. Poultry HarrJohn, Stuke upun Trent. potter. (Willis,
Fairthorue, and Clarke, Warntord court, and Vernon,
Stone Hank William, Hampstead, haberdaiher. (Cuppage,
Jersyn itreet Heaver homas, St. James's market, poulterer, (Kayll,
Newingtua Buits Herbert Williain, jun. Llanidloes, Montgomeryfhire, dra.
per. Taylor Marchester Herve Henry, Cheapfide, jeweller. (Kebblewhite, Row
land. and Rutinion, Gray sinin Hewitt Gideon, Southe.oltou ttree', talor. (Newcomb,
Piccadilly Hewfon Rubert, Robert Higging and Jofeph Ilett, Illeworth,
calao-printers. (Holmes and Luwden, Clement
ion Hills Osborn, Shoreditch, cheeferaonger. (Adams;
Great Ruitel Qrect, loomsbury Hinde
Pratt "yait. and Thomas Keyfe, Horllyouwn, lead manufacturers. Nind, Thrus.
martur ftreet Hobbes Thomna Raphael, Mary le bone park, music feller.
(Tatham, Craven treet Hole William, Illington apothecary. (Edwards, Sy
mond's inn Houldea Thomas, Spilsby, Lincoln, maltster. (Wale
ker, Spil by, and notici, Sion College Gardens, Alder.
manbury Howel l'any, London road, Southwark, huberdasher.
(Willis, Fairthorne, and Cla ke, Throgmeiten freet Hudfoo John Bannifter, Hackney Grove, and uld City
Chambers. merchant. Kaisey. Bishop igate treet Idberfan George, den and jun. Huddersfield feedsmenz
(Willis, Fairthorne, and Clarke, Warnford court, and
Wadiworth, Mill Bridge, near Leeds Jackson William, clayton weit, Yorkshire, money fcri
vener. scholey, Horbury, and Sykes, and knowles,
New inn Jackfun John Hards, Seiby, Yurk, master mariner.
(Prickett's Hule, and Watkins. Lincoln's inn John fon Thomas, Macclesfield, victualler. (Cooper and
Lowe, sou barpton buildings, Chancery lane, and
Chetham Stockport Jones Inico Charles, New Tothil ftreet, Weftininfter,
victualier. (Phillipfon and rewer, Staples hun Keyfe 1 homas and Charles Pratt Wyat, Langbourne
Ward Chambers, inerchauts. (Hodslun, Surry freet,
Strand Lamb John, Shepton Naller, dyer. (Blandford, Temple,
and Miller, Shepton Malit Leeds Solomun, Grea: Maffingham, Norfolk, miller.
(Treuchard, Swatham Lifiurd William, Shadwell high itreet, rope maker. (Nias,
Thiogmunton street Lindsay Alexander, and Janies Irvine, Mauchefter, der
jers in cotton pouds. (Cluuth, Manclicker, and
Edge, King's Bench Walks, leinple Lye George, and Eduuud LUKA L. bain commun carriers.
Salmon, Devizea, and Blake and white, EiTex truet,
STAR Marf all Charles, Vinegar yard, Bermondsey, worted iha
nyracturer. (Murtorg Gray's inn iyuare Marshall (hrift pber, äittle Heim tage street, fall maker.
(Wulce. jul. Caitle ftreet, Falcon quare Maxted Juhii, Littie Eari frect, victisice. (Whittom,
Great James Arect M'Kenzie milliam. Covent garde), tersinant. (Forbes
and Pocock, Ely DACE Mountford John, Wonder, woollen draper. (God for,
T'enbury, and Panely. ende street, Lincoln's inn Nockold James, Colchettir, hat manufacturer (cigon
Norwich, and Windeis, song and holdway, Chancery
lane Pagett William, Alde ham Wood Farm, Herts, cyder mer
chalit. ilon, Temple Pajo: Charles, Birdunktam, pork butcher. (Barker apd
Unett, Birmingham, and Devon and Tooke, Gray's Parker Henry. Halifax merchant. (Paimnet, Terrlin
fon, and Thumpin, Copthall court Payne jaines, wurinam, rrex, clothes fale.man, (Coote,
Auftiti friars Phillipy William, Brighton, carpentes and builder. (Brooker
and Colbach, Brixton, and karter, Chancery lane Philips Jobs, Euft binchoule, Devou, malou,
(bout fluwer, steron hire ftreet, Londuta Plimpton john. William Goddard, and Jannes Plimpton,
Wood Atreet, Cheapace, Warehouicmen. (Partout,
Walbrook Pocock William, North Petherton, Somerset, horfa
aculer. (Boys, Bridgewater, and alade, Couk's
court, 'arey Areet Poults Thomas, Hoarwithy, Herefordshire, flax dresler.
(Chilton, Lincoln's inn, and Okey. Glocefter Pric Rice, and william Crolig brinud merchants.
Oak dey, Cassion freet
276 Alphabetical List of Bankruptcies and Dividends. (April 1,
Trince Philip, Brewer treet, Golden square, jeweller. Gihren J. Newcastle upon Tync. wollen draper. Apes (Clarke and Richards, Chancery lane
Gleditanes George, Salisbury Rreet, Strand, wide areiutanty Kam fay Samuel, and Peter Aldrick, Bishop's Stortford, March 24 Herts, upholfterers. Agains, old Jewry
Hall Henry, Gutter lane, warehouseman, May 26 Recd John, bail, confectioner. (Tarrant, chancery lane, Harker Matthew, Oakham Rutland merter. March or Crurwell, wath
Harris Jahn, Eduard Lowe, Thomas Gaikis, aná netry Richardson James, and John Sanderson, Tunbridge, far. Lowe, Cannon ftreet, May 3
mers. (stune, Tunbridge Wells, or Tourle and Horn Nicholas, St. Martin's lane, merchant, March 17 Palmer, Doughty ftreet
Horton Richard, ewpor!, Salop. imter mercha, April 6 Righy Richard, Manchester, vidvaller. (Ellis, Chancery Hudson Jame, Watling ftreet, mrchaut, april 17 lane, and John fon and Bailey, Manchester
Humphrey James, Wardour treet, dout and froe maker, Roberts John Tottenham Court road, baker. (Aubery,
March 24 Curfitur ftreet, and Swanuell, Rickersmouth, Herts. Humphreys Thomas, St. George's fields, horse dealer, Sandrs Richard, Croydon, cowkeeper. Gly, Croydon
April 3 Beabrook Samuel, Bowling alley, Red Cross litreet, inill. Nußler J. Weton Colville, Cambride, farmer, April ; wright. (Partun, Walbrook
Hutchintin John Hay', Poland three vidu.lt, March 17 Seager George, Wet Bromwich, Stafford, timber dealer. James Charles, Cateaton Arett, riobus manutacturer, (Johnatone, Inner Temple
April 14 Shaw Williain, Long Acre, chceremonger. (Patten, Jardine John, Maryport, Cumberland, dealer and chapman, Hatton Garden
March 17 Sheppard Treadway, and John Black. Bafing lane, mer. Joel Mofes, 'High ftreet, Shoreditch, dealer in glass and chant (Scott, St. Mildred's court, foultry
carthen wre, March 31 *Shill samuel, Britol, j:weller. (Vizard aud Hutchinson, Jones jane, Dolydubyrrion, Carnarvon, tanner, April 7 Lincoln sinn. and Weeks, Bristol
King jureph, King üreet, Covent Garuen, fik m scer, Siminonds Daniel, High Areet, Southwark, builder.
March 27 (Clutton, Southwark
Knight E. Horflydowa lane, lighterman, Apilas Sweet George, Jun. Wolverhampton, cordwainer,
Knowles James, Gwyndu Bodwro, Angelca innkeeper, dle, Wolverhampton, and Williams, Stapesian
April 7 Tatham William, Oronskirk, in kreper. (Blakclock and Landbeck George Wycherly, old Bethlema, broker, Makinion, Temple, and Atkinson, Lancalier
March 17 Tetley James, Horton, York, clico manufacturer. (Hig. Lane John, Thomas Frazer, and Thomas Boyitione, Niron Mancheuer, and Elis, Chancery lane
cholas lane, merchants, Marchi Tetita! James Chaddeley Corbet, Worceilor, cailor. (Par. Lloyd Thilhas Huehe, Poultry and Walworth Common. ker, Worcefter
fate mercliant, March 3 Thorniey Erward. Hinckley, money, fcrivener. (Green Luciam Joseph, Stuke Bruern, Northampton, victualler
Way, Attleborough Hall, Warwickshire, and Barker, ana cual me chant, March 31
Mackenzi Roderick, King's Arms yard, merchant, Tucker Mary, Tiverton, milirer. (Rondell, Tiverton, Maribio and Lys, Tookes Cuuri, Chancery lane
Manley William, Chesterfieid, Derby, money scrivener, Turner Jaro! s, Muncherer, victualier. (Hurd, Temple, March 25 2nd Cardwell. Nanchester
Mark Williams, Piymurih dock, linen draper, April7 Tyler Richard George, Parton's Green, Pulhim, Oaker. Martin William, Honierton, bruker, prila (Nelson, King's road, Chelsea
Matthew's Thomas Brydges dicet, curent carden, llne Waidron James, Chemunt, Herts, tailor, (Railton, clif. draper, March 10 ford's in
M Carthy George Packer, and Robert Walter Vaughan, Walker Rover, Hull, grocer. (Exley an 4 Stocker, Purri- Brutol, tailors, March 2: val's inn, and Codd and Garland, Hull
M'Cicllen John Law, Hy mouth, waper maker, April 2 Walth Richard, King's road. Che fea, India rubher manu. M.Donald W. York Areel, Covent Garden, tocmakes, tacturer, JUPP, Carpenter's hall, London Wall
ton and lowhail, Kight ryder iticet, Ductor's Conn. Mills James, and Juha Wood, Saddleworth, York, mer Dons
chan s ang dyers, April 6 Welchman John, Crewkerne, Somerfer, linen-draper. Miluard C.), Bromley, Middlesex, miller, April 10 James, Gray's inn square, and Cooke, Bristol
Murtimer W. Wivenhoe, Effex, maititer, April 3 Whitehead James and Charles, Hanley, carthen ware Munt John, Leadenhallitrect, hatter, March zi
manufacturers. (Birch Fofter, anu Bithon, Hanley Newby J. Aldgate, draper. May 12
and Wills, Fairtherne and Clarke, Warnfurd court Newill John and Sainpioa, Stokes, Stafford, carriers, WHron William, Richmond, Surrey, bricklayer.
March 31 wards, l'atle ftreet, Holborn
Pain Joho, Peckham, bricklayer, March 17. Winniett, Benjamin, Margaret freer, Carentin fquare, Pe my ). Ange!
court, Throkmorton ftreet, broker April ftockbroker. (Jacobs, Holborn court, Gra;'s inn Phillip William, Wragby, Lincoln, shopkeeper, April Wood Henry, Dragoti yard, Holburn, coachmita. (Shear Pope William, Wcbury upon Severn, Gloceder, dealer ma mall, Hart Arect. Bloomsbury
pips. April 21 Young Richard Willis, Walcot. Somerset, nnpreller. Powley William, Penrith, Cumberland. Ironmonger, Aprile
Sieppard and Adlington, Bedford row, London, and Purne 1 Cyrus Lympham, Suiner fet, coal merchau: Airain Sheppard, Bath
Raymond John, Powey, Cornwall, fail maker, March is
Robereton David. Finsbury square. wine merchant May 11 DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED.
Robinton Rubert, Maschetter, cotton twill and wette ceaici, Adell F. vlc Ford, Middlesex, builder. April 10
March 27 Age Motes, City Chambers, thip owner and merchant,
Roscoe Jonn, Liverpool, grocer, April 11 Jut!
Role William, kenninntun, brever, March 3 Althard William, Tokenhouse yard, broker, May 8
Nurter Richaro, Biackburn), Lancashire, currier, Marca a Baxter John, Strade fair, April 21
SATB Edward, yun. Minories, nopieller, March 27 & Richard East Rrent, Somerici, mercer, Apalio
a terthwaite Thomas, Kendal, tanner, March 14 51. Chley George. Reading, ironnonktt, April
Schneider Jolin Henry, bow lane. meriliant. May 12 Bloxam. sir natihew. Thomas Wilkinfon, and william Sibbald A Wappinkitert, llup-seller, Aprilg Bloxam Gracechurch atreet, bankers, va ch 17
sinton Jolin, jun. Wale upon Tyne, miller. Mare Boulton George, late of Charing Cross, coach-proprietor, Smith john, North Warnborough, Hants, lack maker, May is
Southconhe George, Briuoi, cheese and butter factot, Bowles Anthony Thomas and Thomas Williams, Kent March :3 et. Sunthwark, grocers. May is
Stephens Juhn, Yeovil, Come fet, gardener, April, Brooke Robert Vaughall, Kiddermuiner, Worcester, paper- Stuart Chailes, Rotherhinde, Apothecary, May 13 manufacturer. March 2*
Stuart Charles, Berwick Hreet, tailor, April 3 Carter Thomas, and Evan Gwilliam, Brown's buildings, Tabranam Leonard, Back lant, Middiefex, wheelwright, St. Mary AXL, mert hauts, priis
March 4 Chadwick Charles Xobert, Groficnor Mews, Bond Areet, Teague James. Wombridge, Salop, huckiter, April 6 tron.late worker, April
Thomas Geurge, Pembroke, Mopkalper, Aprilia Chapa John Yarmouit, linen draper, April 10
Towell Jolin, Tetuey, Lincoln victuailer, March 3 Caricon Corneliue, Eat Farleigh, Kent, yeonun, April 3 'l owne Jolli, Oxford market, carsale bat ber. March 17 Chivers William. Slepney Causeway, mariner, Marchi Tucker William, jun. Exeter, ferne manufacturer. Nay as Clarks Jobi, Hoxt in lint manufacturer. May 9
Turer J. 20, late ot Blackheath, Keni, uriculayer, Cymát. $uth Shield , Durham htien draper, Ma con March 27 Cunud j. Parement, Moorfields, papei hanger, April 14 Wade Searles, Albion place, brewer. May 8 Lapor Klchard, Paradiic fireet, mary le nune. piaferer,
Wakeling Edward, Clare, Sufick, brewer. March 27 A17
Walker David, Hobora, bouk seller. April 10 Cros Wii.am. Leeds, York, and James Manks, Hunslet, Wells W. Buton. Lincoln, grocer. April3 sendit. M... !
Webinaceat Richard, sem. Mount it feet. fcrlpos. Marth of tro Wiliari, Torbard ftree, hanker, March 6
While Thomas, southwark, haberdasher, Nay Eins SamuelThema, Bitliopivate treci, sluver, Marchio Wickoj. wandbil. Kel. Brucer. April enny J Harbican, ftatione, Atil 10,
Wilians H. Chtpllow'. Monmouth. dealer. April 10 Dingic Willian Exete. Pour inerchant, March 76
Wilton William, Shadwell, merchant. Aprli jo Donathan Thunas, Liverpool, buckmaker, Aprilis Woodman Charles. Chesham. Sucks. wine merchant Pumelox John, Hinckley, Leicefer. grocer, AP E14
March 74 Liljoni, karnbore place. butcher. We
Woodruffe E. Woollafton. Glocefter. irun masuratorer. L'um Richard Church row, Newidgion Butts, carpenter, Aprilio MAT" ??
Woudward P. King Aree Cheapfide. warehou temning Fither Wilma, Cantabridge, woollen draper, M3rch 7
April 3 FUS A. ans T. Cantreli, Manchester, cotton nanufactu. Wright Genl. Birmingham. factor. April 13 rers, April,
Young William. Ardwick, Manchester, dealer and enape Gardner william, Nexent, Cloceæer, baker and maltter, mag April 9 April
Young James. Queen freete merchant, May 13
STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN MARCII.
Containing officiul Papers and authentic Documents.
On the occasion of Hanover being time with so much resignation, the doublists
much difficulty and distress, but, at the same occupied by the troops of his majesty of the imposts, su considerable an augmentathe king of Westphalia, the following
tion of the public debt, and armaments so proclamation was issued in his majesty's
great and so disproportionale to the populaname:
tion and means of the kingdom; we title HANOVERIANS!-The emperor, my ex- thought that we should have been accused of alted brother, has transferred to me by a con- having violated our engagements, and of not vention concluded at Paris on the 14th Janu. having sone enough, at a moment when the ary of this year, all his rights and claims on state of maritime affairs operates upon us wità your country, and incorporated it with my
a greater pressure than upon all other coun. kingdom. His depoties have delivered it to tries collectively, and when, to complete our me, and I this day take possession of it. You misfortunes, we are besides compelled to are henceforth to enjoy the invaluable advan- sustain a blockade upon the continent. tage of being relieved from the painful state It is the heartfelt consciousness of these of uncertainty in which you have hitherto considerations, gentlemen, which should lead lingered, and for ever united with a state, us to che exercise of patience, until the mowhich for the future will secure you against ment when the justice of his majesty the errall attacks of continental powers, and which peror, my brother, shall make reparation for will also know how to protect you from in- a charge which we have so little deserved. sults which might be attempted in the course I cannot ascertain how long I may yet be of a maritime war; the misery and wretched prevented from gratifying the first and most ness to which you have hitherto been exposed, anxious ot' my wishes, namely, that of returncannot but render you more thankful for the ing to my capital, and seeing myself in the happinees and tranquillity which you are now midst of you at this dithcult and critical to enjoy. Your loyalty and your good senti. juncture. ments are known. I depend on your attach- But however distant that period may be, be ment; the esteem and regard which your assured that nothing can alter my affectioa king will ever entertain for you, are the surest for the nation, and my attachment to her inpledges of his anwearied solicitude to promote terests, nor lessen you in my esteem and conyour prosperity and welfare,
fidence. which be bas in his power. I ontertain the Paris, February 1, 1810. pleasing hope, that you, on your part, will ne. In a letter froin che duke de Cadone ver frustrate the confidence which I place in (Champagny), the French minister for you, por destroy the brilliant prospect which foreigh ailairs, to the Dutch minister, now opens to your view.
Given in our Royal Palace, in Cassel, the announcing the resolutions of Buonaparte 1st Marcin, 1310.
concerning the annexation of Holland to JEROME NAPOLEON,
France, the writer observes:
If these determinations are contrary to the Letter from the King to be Legislative Body.
views of the people of Holland, the emperor GENTLEMEN. I have been disappointed is certainly so:ry for it, and has adopted this in my expectation of being enabled to return
course with great regret. But the unrelenting before the 1st of January. From the annexed destiny which presides over the affairs of this documents, contained in the Moniteur of yes. world, and which chooses that men should be terday (the 31st of January), you will per
governed by events, obliges his majesty to ceive that the result of our affairs is connected
foll;w up with firmness those measures of with the conduct of the English gorern
which the necessity has been demonscrated lo
him, without suffering himse it to be turned . The regret which I have felt has been con.
aside by secondary considerations. siderably increased upon reading the unjust
The duke then takes a rview of the public accusation made agunist us, of having be
events of the last two years; excuses the con. trayed the cause of the Continent, that is, of
duct of his master, in issuing the Berlin and having been unfaithful to our engagements;
Milan decrees, as having been called for britie and I write this letter to you, to diminish the tyranny of England on the seas; observes, thize impression which so unjust and astonishing this measure, which compelled the shurting an accusation must make upon your bearts, as
of the Dutch ports against English comincrce, well as upon the heart of every true Hot.
was so contrary to the ancient habits of the lander.
people, as to create an opposition between
During the subsequent Whilst, during the four years that have Holland and France. clapsed since the commencement of my reign, period, all the measures adopted by the eme the nation, and you in particular, called to
peror, tlie success of which depended muie watch over her interests, have boruc with so
upon their execution ia boltand thua in any
State of Public Affuirs in March.
other country, were rendered nugatory by the number of votes prescribed in article lvi. of clandestine intercourse carried on between the constitutional act of the 4th of August Holland and this couotry. That his master's 1802, it is decreed as follows:determination has been quickened by reflect TITLE FIRST.-Of the Union of the Romos ing, that she is without marine, without the States to ibe Empire. means for carrying on offensive or defensive Art. 1. The state of Rome is united to the wartare; that during the late expedition, the French empire, and forms an integral part important position of Veere, and the fort of thereof. Bathz, had been abandoned before the cnemy 2. It shall be divided into two departments : appeared : and that in fine, “without army, the department of Rome, and the department without revenue, it might almost be said with- of Trasimene. out friends and without allies, the Dutch are a 3. The department of Rome shall send suciety'animated only by a regard to their seven deputies to the legislative body. The com naercial interests, and forming a rich, use. department of Trasimene shall send tour. ful, and respectable company, but not a na- 4. The department of Rome shall be classed tion.” The duke then declares, that he is in the first series-the department of Tracharged to makc known to the Dutch ministry simene in the second. and nation, that the present situation of 5. A senatory shall be established in the Holland is incompatible with the circumstan- departments of Rome and Trasimene. ces or the situation in which che new princi- 6. The city of Rome is the second city of ples adopted by England have placed the af- the empire.-The mayor of Rome is to be fairs of the empire and the continent. In present when the emperor takes the oaths on consequence his imperial majesty proposes his accession. He is to rank, as are also all
1. To recal home the prince of liis blood deputations from the city of Rome, on all whom he had placed on the throne of Hole occasions, immediately after the mayors or land. The first duty of a French prince deputations of the city of Paris. placed in the line of heradicary succession to 7. The prince imperial is to assume the the imperiai chrone is towards that throne. title, and receive the honours, of king of When in opposition to that, all others must Rome, give way; the first duty of every Frenchman, 8. A prince of the blood, or a grand digin whatever situation destiny may place him, nitary of the empire, shall reside at Rome, is towards his country.
who shall hold the emperor's court. 2. To occupy all the mouths of the rivers in 9. The property which composes the enHolland, and all its ports, by French troups, dowments of the imperial crown shall be reas they were from the conquest made by gulated by a special senatus consultum. France in 1794 to the moment when his im. 10. Aiter having been crowned in the perial majesty hoped to conciliate every one
church of Notre Dame at Paris, the emperors by establishing the throne of Holland. shall, previous to the tenth year of their
3. To employ every means, and without reign, be crowned in the church of St. Peter. being stopped by any consideration, to make 11. The city of Rome shall enjoy parti. Hoiland enter into the continental system, cular privileges and immunities, which shall and to wrest definitively its ports and coasts
bu determined by the emperor Napoleon. from the administration which has rendered TITLE II.--Of the Independance of the Inte the ports of Holland the principal entreports, perial Tbrone of all aur bority an Earob. and the great part of the Dutch merchants 12. Every foreign sovereign is incompathe brokers, and the commercial agents, of tible with the exercise of any sp.ritual auEngland.
thority within the territory of the empire. FRANCE,
13. The popes shall, at their elevation, Paris, Feb. 17.---Al two o'clock this take an oath never to act contrary to the four day, the senate assembled, under the propositions of the Gallician church, adopted
in an assembly of the clergy in 1082. presidency of the Prince Arch-chancellor of the empire, and adopted the following church are declared common to all the Ca
14. The four propositions of the Catholic senatu 5-consultum:
tholic churches of the empire. Extract from the records of the Coriservative Titlelil.Of the temporal Existence of Serate of Feb. 17.
tbe Popes. The Conservative Senate, assembled in 15. Palaces shall be prepared for the pope the number of members prescribed by arti- in the different paris of ihe empire in which cle xc. of the constitutional act of the 13th he may wish to reside. He shall necessarily Dec. 1799, las considered the project of the have one at Paris and another at Rome. Organic Senatus Consultum, drawn up in the 16. Two millions in rural property, free of form prescribed by article ivii, the consti. all impositions, and lying in different parts of** tutional act of the 4th of August, 1802, after the empire, shall be assigned to the pope. having heard the orators of the council of 17. The expenses of the sacred college, state, and the report of the special commis, and of the propaganda, shall be declared insion appointed in the sitting of the 14ch of perial. this month, the adoption being.voted by the 18. The present organic senatus consul.
tum shall be transmitted by a message to his mised, in answer to two Aags of truce, that majesty the emperor and king.
the inhabitants should be protected; that (Signed) CAMBACERES,
those in arms should be allowed to serve ia Prince Arch-chancellor of the Empire, the troops of king Joseph, or retire, and live FRANCOIS, JANCOURT, CORNET, peaceably on delivering up their arms. The
Secretaries. inhabitants then submitted, and the French
Chancellor of the Senate of cannon, and a large quantity of arms, an-
In my last dispatch, I had the honour to the occasion, read the following message bastiani was on his mareh to Malaga. That
inform your serene highness that general Sefrom bis majesty: SENATORS. - We have dispatched to Vi.
general has reported, that while at Grenada, enna, as our ambassador extraordinary, our
he was informed that after a fresh commotion cousin the prince of Neufchatel, to solicit
at Malaga, a man of the name of Abeillo, the hand of the archduchess Maria Louisa, chief authority; that he had put under arrest,
à colonel, had assume daughter of the emperor of Austria.
We have given orders to our minister of and sent off by sea, the old civil and military foreign relations to lay before you the arti- administration, general Cuesta, and the princles of the treaty of marriage between us and cipal inhabitants; and that, supported by a the archduchess Maria Louisa, which has number of priests and monks, who were preachbeen concluded, signed, and ratified.
ing up a crusade against us, he had succeeded "We have been desirous of eminently con
in arming the inhabitants of the mountains tributing to the happiness of the present ge
and the city. A capuchin had been appointed neration The enemies of the continent have
lieutenant general; two others, Geld-marshals; founded their prosperity upon its dissentions this new insurrection already puton an alarm
monks were colonels and officers; in a word, and divisions. They can no longer nourish war, ly imputing to us projects incompatible advanced to the defile of the mountains, and
A corps of 6000 men had with the ties and duties of affinity, which we have just cotracted with the imperial house prepared to defend the passage of the Cot
Bosche de Lasno. The inhabitants of Alhareigning in Austria. The brilliant qualities which distinguish
ma had risen in arms, and it was necessary to the archduchess viaria Louisa, have acquired English, who were at Malaga, were exciting
storm that city to obtain possession of it. The her the love of the people of Austria. They have fixed our regards. Our people will love
the people to anarchy, at the sanie time that this princess from their love for us, until, they were preparing to take themselves to their being witnesses of all che virtues which have
vessels on the approach of danger. given her so high a place in ouf thoughts, march upon Malaga. Being intormed of
General Sebastiani had received orders to they shall love her for herself, Given at our palace of the Thuilleries, his movement.
what was going on in that city, he accelerated
On the 5th ke marched from this 27th of February, 1810.
Antequera with his advanced guard, drove in After the message was read, the duke
without difficulty the enemy's posts that de
fended the passes, though the road was broke de Cadore communicated to the senate
up in several places, and foilowed them up, the articles of the marriage treaty, which fighting all the way, as far as in front of Maare in the usual form.
Jaga, where they rallied, and joined an immense
mass of insurgents, having with them a nuOn the 6th instant the French made their merous train of artillery, and a detachment appearance on that part of the coast opposite of cavalry. It was now four o'clock in the Cadiz, and immediately summoned the city afternoon; the infantry were still at a disto surrender.
A fag of ruce, with the sum- tance, and general Sebastiani, anxious to mons, was sent from Port St. Mary, and re- spare those wretched people, sent them three
ceived by the junta on the afternoon of the flags of truce to sumir on them to lay down oth It expresses Joseph Bonaparte’s wil their arms; but instead of making a proper Jingness to forget and forgive all provocation, return to his generous proceeding, their mass and requests that persons may be deputed put itself in mo:ion, and advanced to attack from Cadiz to treat for the security of the the column, at the same time that they comsquadron and arsenal. The junta imme- menced a very brisk fire of artillery and musdiarely returned for answer, that the city of ketry. General Sebastiani seized this critical Cadiz, faithful to its principles, tenounced nument, and ordered a charge of cavalry, every other king excepe don Ferdinand VII.
which carried every thing before it; 1500 A letter from the duke of Dalmatia, dated insurgents, including a number of priests and from Seville, Feb. 2, gives an official account monki, were killed on the spot, and the of the entrance of the French into that city, troops entered the city interming cd with the The Duke of Beiluno had previously pro- fugitives. The firing was kepe up in the city