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timidity, lie wort mercenary, which the defend the injustice of Russia, and beiras government that pays it had probably crucl., a premediated plot; and all this it does to Iy dictaied to it. -lisis proper here to render' conceal the chief, nay only reason, which to his Britannic niajesty the most authentic is-that, Denmark is the ally of France. But and soleniu testimony, that in all his trans injustice and falsehood find their end'; lio'. actions withi' Sweden he never demanded of nour and truth will triumph in their turn. fensive measures, nor required any thing His majesty, relying on the justice of his that was riøt perfectly compatible with its | cause, hopes, with conscious pride of his tranquillity, and independence. The most reigning over a brave and loyal people, so recept and convincing proof of this is the I often tried by danger, and always held up promptitude with which bis ministry acced by the Almighty, that the same Providence ed to the proposition of the king for the will vouchsate to bless his arms, and restore pacification of the Baltic, by a formal pro to his subjects a safe and honourable peace, mise not to send thither any ships of war, to the confusion of his enemies., on conditions useful and honourable to all the North. Let the Danish government ENGLAND. - Order in Council respecting read in this proposition the complete refuta Properly in Purtugal.-Dated 4th May, tion of the coniplaints of which the mani

1908. festo against Sweden is composed, and in . His majesty, by and with the advice of the moments when it shall return to itself, 1 his Privy Council, is pleased to order, and let it compare the state of things which the it is hereby ordered, that all Portuguese proking has desired, with tbat which France perty now detained, and not already decreed ånd Russia wish. Let all the allies of France to be restorud, nor entitled to restitution read in this consent of England, the dif- | under bis majesty's order of the 6th of ference between the connections which unite January last, sbal} be forthwith decreed to the two courts and those which enchain he restored apon clainis given or to be given them, and let them pronounce on which for the same, either by the Portuguese conside is to be found a due regard for par sul, or other persun duly authorised by the ticular interests, and a just moderation Portuguese minister, resident at this court, for the general good.- Denmark her or by the agents (duly authorised) of those self has been during a long time the owners and proprietors who are not resident object of this moderation, and did not in Portugal, or in other places subject to the cease to be so till she became absolutely dan influence and controul of France, and that gerous. When the North was outraged by the part of the property so restored belonging the devastation of Lower Saxony, by the to persons not residing in Portugal, or in oppression of the Hanseatic towns, wbat other places subject to the influence and did she to avenge thein ? Sweden, England, controul of France, shall be for the use and Prussia, and Russia, nade war for this object; benefit of the owners and proprietors thercbut no one thought of forcing Denmark to of; and the part belonging jointly to persons take part in it. She was the ally of Russia resident in Portugal, and person's resident in then as well as at present; why did she not the Brazils, or in any seitlement belonging embrace her cause? What could she then to the crown of Portugal, or in the United alledge for her tranquillity which Sweden Kingdom, or in any counury ip amity witha cannot now alledge ? all this is explained by his majesty, shall be given up to such of the the single fact which she endeavours to con. ) owners and proprietors thereof as are resiceal-that she is at present under the influi dent as last-mentioned, upon an engagement ence of the French government. Had Eng entered into, and security given by or on the and followed the principles of his enemy, bebalf of the said part-owners and proprie. she would not have waited the moment of tors, to the , satisfaction of the Portuguese her surrender to disarm her ; she would have minister, to account to the Prince Regent invaded her several years before ; she would of Poriugal for such part of the said joint hare guarded her; and all this with a view property as shall belooġ to persons resident to the good of the North.-The ancient in Portugal, or in other places subject to the alliance with Russia is made a pretext for influence and couiroul of France; and the this aggression, though all the world knows puit belonging to persons resident in Portugal that it was merely defensive', and that it re- or in other places subject to ibe influence mained suspended during the late wars with and controul of France, shall be at the lue. Russia, when, perhaps that power might ture disposition of the Prince Regent of have claimed it. The court of Denmark, in Portugal.-And it is further, ordered, ibas order 18 justify, it proceedings, hesitates the joint agents to whom the property bans Hot to make all kinds of assertions; dares to been or shall be delivered pursuant to thie

said order of the 6th of January last, shall of the sincere and constant friendship bsbe, and they are hereby authorized and die tween his Britannic majesty and his majesty rected, after the said property hall have the king of the two Sicilies, their heirs and been decreed to be restored, to proceed to successors, which has always subsisted up to the sale of such property, or of such parts the present time.--Art. II. The two high thereof, as the Portuguese minister resident contracting parties shall afford to each other at this court shall signify to them, in wri during the present war with France, every ting, the expediency of selling in the man succour and assistance in proportion to their ner most beneficial for the parties interested respective forces, and shall prevent by comtherein, and to invest the proceeds of such monecnsent every thing that can cause parts as shall be sold in government secu- ļ them trouble or detriment. Art. III. His rities,' under the previous, sanction, in majesty the king of the two Sicilies, engawriting, of the Portuguese minister, and ges to grant to the troops of his Britannic mato hold the same, together with the pro jesty, stationed in the fortresses of Sicily, perty not sold, at the disposal and subject and to all British ships of war, an exemp. to the future directions of the Prince Regent tion from all duties belonging io him, upon of Portugal, to be signified to them through every thing of which the British squadrons his minister resident in London: And the in the Mediterranean, and the troops of the right hon. the lords commissioners that nation may stand in need, and which of his majesty's Treasury, his majesty's the country can furnish, in provisious, food, principal secretaries of state, the lords and in military and Daval stores. commissioners of the admiralty, and the Art. IV. His Sicilian majesiy, being desijudge of the right court of admiralty, Tous of giving an additional proof of the and judges of the courts of vice- Admiral sentiments by which he is aniniated, also ty, are to take the necessary measures here engages to exempt from all duties belonging in as to them shall respectively appertain. 10 him upon such provisions as may be re

quisite for the British ships of war at Malia, Sicilt AND ENGLAND, -Treaty of Alli as well as all military stores which are to be

ance and Subsidy letueen his Majesty the found in the country, on condition, how. King of the United Kingdom of Great erer, that each vessel or vessels of war be Britain and Ireland, and his Majesty the furnished with a requisition from the goverKing of the two Sicilies.---Signed at Pa- por of ihe said island, which shall specify ihe lerino, 30th of March, 1808.

1 articles, and the quantity required. Art. His majesty the king of the United King. V. His Sicilian majesty further engages, in dom of Great Britain and Ireland, and his virtue of the present tresty, never lo allow majesty the king of uie two Sicilies, being the enemies of Great Britain to bring into equally animated by a sincere desire of any of his ports during the present war, any strengthening more and more the ties of British ships taken by the enemics of Great friendship and good understanding which Britain. Art. VI. His Sicilian rajesty also so happily subsist between them, have encages to open the ports of the two Sicilies judged that nothing could contribute more during the present war, to British squadrons, efficaciously to that salutary end, than the 1 as well as to all inerchant and other ships conclusion of a treaty of alliance and subidy: I belonging to British) suljects, without any --For this purpose their said majesties have ! restriction whatever, referring ro the third named their respective plenipotentiarie', article, with respect to exemption from duviz. bis Britannic majesty, the right hon. ties. Art. VII. His Britannic majesty neW. Drini jond, one of his niajesty's most cases in returii, to defend during ihe present hon. pris y couricil, and his envoy extraordia | war the fortresses of Messina and Augusta, nary and minister plenipotentiary at the and to maintain there for that purpose, at court of his said Sicilian majesty ;-and his his charge and expence, a body of troops, majesty the king of the two Sicilies, the which, in the present war, shall consist of right illustrious and right excellent Thomas ten thousand men, and to augment their de Semma, marquis of Circello, bis gen: number if the case shall require it. The teman of the chamber, field-narshal of his disposition of which troops in the said for. armies; kuight of liis royal order of St. Ja | cresses, shall be in siich manier and promuarius, his councillor of state, secretary of portion as the commanding officer (to whom state for the department of foreigu attairs, and every requisite facility shall be give!) shall superintendant-general of the posts; who, af 1 judge expedients and his Britannic nates ter having communicated their respective full ty stipulares, iliit the said generit cthcers pouers, have agreed upon the following arti- shall have the power of exercising mart:31 les :--Art. 1. There shall be a continuance law in the above Duentioned gurisors, with

respect to their British troops, in the same! I received this moment by Assessor Dubmanner, and according to the same rules, as be, a report from admiral buron Ceders. are observed in other English garrisons.- trom, that your majesty's fleet, consisting Quarters for the said troops shall be provided of three sail of line, two frigates, two'. in the above-mentioned fortresses by his armed brigs, the yacht Fortuna, and several Sicilian majesty. Art. VIII. His Britannic Gansports, dropped anchcr, on the 14th majesty further engages to pay his Sicilian inst. in Sandweek road, and that the same majesty, during the continuance of the pre- evening, the Swedish troops, infaniry and .. sent war, an annual subsidy of three hundred artillery, were disembarked. On the . thousand pounds sterling (to comience following day, the 15th, arrived in Wesley, from the oth of September 1805, when a Swedish flag of truce, with the annexed the British and Russian troops landed in the articles of capitulation, vihich were signed Neapolitan territory), payable at the rate of I the 16th.-The Swedish van guard, com- .. twenty-five thousand pounds sterling per posed of chasseurs, entered the town the. nonth; which paynient shall always be i7ih, as the Russian troops had already nade one month in advance, coniputing i marched to Slito. The chief of brigade, from the date of the signature of the present lieutenant colonel baron Halwood, march-" treaty. His Sicilian majesty purposing to ed with the main body to Slito, ou account employ the said subsidies for the use of his of the Russians, having contrary to the marine and of his land forces, shall regu. capitulation, spiked several guns, spoiled late the distribution of them in such propor a large quantity of gunpowder, and not tion as these two services may require, for paid ihe debes wbich they had bound thema the defence of his states, and for operations selves to discharge. The 18th, admiral against the common enemy, and an account : baron Cedersirom, intended to weigb anshall be given every three months to the chor and proceed to Slito, in order to prevail British government, of the manner in which on admiral Bodisko to fulfil the terms of his Sicilian majesty shall have exployed the the capitulation. -- Assessor Dubbes' report subsidies paid to him by Great Britain., to nie, is dated the 18th instant.--Articles Art. IX. The two high contracting parties relative to the Evacuution of the Isle of desiring to strengthen more and more the Gothiland.--1. His imperial Russian majes-> ties which urite the two natiops, and to , ty's troops are to evacuate the island within extend their mutual relations, will employ two days, and to deliver to his Swedish themselves, as soon as possible, in conclud. I mojesty's troops, all arus, annunition, and ing a treaty of commerce, the articles of artilery, which they bronght with them or which shall be equaily advantageous to the took, in the island. They are to give their subjects of both states. Art. X. His Sici- word of honour, that they will not serve lian majesty engages not to conclude with before the expiration of a twelvemonth, France a peace separate from England; and against the king of Sweden or his allies, his Britannic najesty on his part also engages II. All eflects and magazines, of whatnot to make a peace with France, without ever name or description, which belong. comprehending and saving in it the interests, to the king of Sweden, and which have . of his Sicilian majesty:-- Art. XI. The pre- been consumed by the Russian troops, sball sent treaty of alliance and of subsidy shall be paid for, and the value of all isquisitions be ratified by the two high contracting par- which may have been entorced, shall also ries, and the ratification shall be exchanged be made good.-III. The Russian troops . in due furin in London, within the space of are to take with them all their sttects and four months, from the date of its signature, property, and to march to Slito; they are or sooner it possible.--In wirness whereof, there to embark on buard the same trans. * we the undersigned, furnished with full pow. ports that brought them thither; they er from our respective sovereigns, have signá shall be furnished with a passport, in order ed the present treaty, and have thereurito that they may be able to return unmolested affixed the seal of our arms: Done at Pa- to Russian or Prussian ha:hours; and should lermo, this 30th day of March, 1803. . they stand in need of provisions, they shall DEUMMOND, (L. S.)--TH03, DE SOMMA, be supplied with them on miibing payment (L.S)

for th: same. The 4.161h May, 1808.--. SWEDIN. - Report from Alojor Cenerol RUDOLPII CEUERSTROM. BODKO, Rear. . Buron Anekarward, touching the riunde Adin, and Ku.

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Prazil Trade Regulations, 224,251
A. B. C.on the Curates' Suspension Bill, 378
Almiralty Couit ; Z. on the 464',,','ins Cartwright, vrajor ; on National Detenes, 3293255
Agriculture, Vanufactures and Commerce, Mr. C. D., on the Curates' Bill, 8341

Arthur Young 01, Lerser I. 288. letier II. Chalmers, on National Resources, 602
1375 Letter Ill. 568. bitter IV. 768, 818 . Coke, Mr. of Norfo k; Mr. Roope's Eulogium ee,
Algernoa, on the American States, 613

America ; An American M rchani's Defence of, Cold Kath Ficlis' Prisoa described in a Petition
495, 610 )

and Letters, 375. 350
; Correspondence relating to the several Copenbaren Ex irdiern; Danish publication of
Points in Dispute bewu een England, and; 914, Dispatches rotating to 3199 345

Corn ginst Sugar, 673, 676, 695,698, 705, 73?,
American Claimants: A Ruined Old American 704, 783, 819, 820, 822, 833
Merchant on, 441,610 ,

- ; A Hampshire Frechölder,656
American Merchants' Peririnn, 439

- ; S. H., on, 764
American Message relating to, and Act of, Embar-

-; W. Z. S. on, 783
go, 254,

; f.T.on, 819 ?
American Monies, 651

; 2, on, 820
American Non-Importation Act,'148,186

; Pro Patria, 698 ::
American President's Letter to the Assembly of Corn Importations ; D. RI. OD, 608

P, 608 ;
Pennsylvania, 252

Corn Laws; Utopian on, 822
American President's Message, relative to the Corn and Sugar Committees' Second Report, 886
English Orders in Council, 623

Court of Admiralıy; Z on the, 464
American Petitions; M. M. on, 614

Cow Pox, 965
American States, Lyon's proposition about the Curates' Suspension Bill, 278 27
Erskine Fund's, Bombastical talk of War, 16

i A. B. C, on, 378 3.
- ; A carious Debate in Congress, Curates' Stipend Bill, 592
M. Mitchell, 33c i nes

Curates' Bill; C. D. on the, 884" namn ***
- The Eoglish Sailors encouraged

cm; N. T. on, 1018..
to de:eri a New York. The Public Invitation --

; L. M. on. 1021
to such Desertion, in the Newspapers. The

D. ,
Execution of Mutinceis at Halifax, President D. of Falmouth, on Perish Commerce, 12
Jelt, 69

Danish Declaration agaiást Sweden, 63319
-; Effects of the Orders in Coun Danish Expedition, 204, 274
ci , 110, 1: :

Danish West India Islands; Capture of, 416, 465
-; Embargo laid, 171.',

D. H. on Corn Importations, 608 paris
--; Randolph and Wilkinson's Droits of Admiralty, 280 min skill
Quarrel. Mr. Alex Baring, 268

D. X. on Tithes, 250 W


Description of their 'Leading


- -
Men, from their own Publications. - Effcers of

E. of Bervic, on Perish Comidercè, 130
the Embargo, 517

Enclosure Bill; M. H. oo an, 652 ;

Divers Paragraphs from the Englishnan, An; on the Orders in Council, 583
American Papers, St. Tammany. American Etrurian Queen's Proclaination upon Dissolving
Language. Gross Abuse of Englaid and the

her Government, 253. Inic i
King, 545


- - - - -

I., on the, 564,700 in f. on Perish Commerce, 213

- Answer to the Ainerican Mer Fox, Mr. and the Assassis; No Shan Philanthes
chants.' The Order in Council for letting Anco pist, on, 333
ricans go to the West Iodies, 592

Funding System; Lasey on the, 245.
tom ; Algernon, 'on, 613"
; The published Córrespondence, G. on Perish Commerce, 218

relatiog to the points in Dispure with England,

! !!

; Extracts from an American Pa

H. B. on Bank of England Patriotism, 196.; Oss
per. Judge Mackean, 973

Hemp, India, 175 ...
Annuity Pias, 890

Holland's Decice against Swedeng 3!5'

Army, V. on the, 379.1 'n

Holland's Financial State, 835:

n osi16:4
-; oo che Change in the Mutiny Bill to do
away the Limiied Service, 397

J. on Perish Commerce, 241 recreesW219
m o n Sir F. Burdett's Motion relative to the India Affairs, 277, 558 . "

Cashiering of Officers, 433

India Hemp, 175.
Austrian Declaration against England,

am Ireland as it is, Vindes, Letter 11. 127. Letter ills

206, Leiter IV. 303 . L a nih
Bank of England Patriotism, 176

Ircland, on, 168
Fank of England; Justice on the; 460

-- i J. W. on the State of, 456 !!
..-; Malb, on the Staic of, 504

M. on Perish Commerce, 31

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Irish Protestants of Newry’s Declaration, 415 | Prussian Declaration against Sweden, 636

Irish Tyches, 703
1. T. on Corn against Sagar, 819

Reversion Bill; Proceedings in the City. Debate

in Parliament, 577
J. on the American States, 564, 700

Roscoe, Mr.; Mr. Cobbett's First Letter to, 225.
Jamaica Assembly's Resolutions, 60, 96. 147

Letter ll. 257. Letter Ill. 321. Letter IV. 353
Jamaica ; Le. Governor's Speech and Assembly's ľ Roscoe, Mr., and Mr. Fox, 1009
Answer, 187

Russia; Reply to Remarks made upon a former
J. F. D. on Tythes, 248

Regisier by a Writer ápon the Contincet, 9
Jesuits' Bark' Debate, 365

Russia, English Declararion against, 140
Justice; on the Bank of England, 460

Russian Sequestration of English Property, 189
J. W. oa the State of Ireland, 436

Russian Declaracion against Sweden, 623

Russian Correspondcace intercepted by the
King's Speech, 1!7 .

Swedes, 662 -

Landholder, A.; on Tythes, 411

S. A. en Tithes, 507
Lasey, 'on the Funding System, 245

Scott, Mr.; his Letier, 651, 652
Legislative Regulations proposed, relative to Conn- | Sinking Fund; Osgur on the, 462, roz

manders in Chiet, and to Persons having Proper- | Spain, 592, 961,993
ty in Foreign States, W.F. S. 243

Spanish Decree against England, 255
Local Militia Bill' Abstract, 672, 794

S. H.; on Corn against Sugas, 764"
Local Militia; Sir F. Burdett's Speech upon the Steele, Mr. Thomas, 396
Plan, 749

Sugar; Corn against, 673,676, 696, 698, 705; 737
- ; Cartwright: Petition on, 1023 764, 783, 819, 820, 822,833
Liverpool Petition in favour of the Sugar Distille Suum Cuique, on Tithes, 341

ry Bill, 822
London Address to the King, 639

Tythes ; A Laadholder on, 250
London Petition to the House of Lords and Com - -;D. X. on, 250
mons, 637

;I. F. D. on, 248
Lord Lake; 371,385

- -; Suum Cuique, on, 341

; S. A. on, 507
Mac- d, 1.; on Popular Education, 134

- ; A Friend to liberal minded Agricultural-
Malb; on the State of Ireland, 504

ists; on, 1016
Maniac's Politics, 89

- ; Irish, 703
M. H. on an Enclosure Bi'l, 652

T. S. on Vails, 620
M. M. on American Pesitions, 014

Trebor's Defence of the Whigs, 4o3 .
National Defence; Major Cartwright on, 529,

V. on the Army, 379

Vails ; T. S. 00, 620
National Resources; Chalmers on, 602


i .
Norwich, Bishop of; his speech on the Roman Utopian; on the Cora Laws, 82ż
Catholic Petition, 977 ,

s.. .

| Wakefield, Mr.; on Importation of Provisionda
Order in Council, relating to Portugal and the Letter l. 498. Letter Ik. 6og. Letter 111.652.
Brazils, 314

Letter IV. 690. Letter V. 776 - --
Orders in Council; on the, 335, 367,417,481 War; W. S. L. on, 405, 535 .
--; an Englishıman on, 533

Wellesley, Marquis; Lord Folkestone's Motion
Osgur, on the Sinking Funi, 4629 502 in

respecting his Conduct, 494

Westminster Election. The result of Mr. Sheria
Palmer, Mr. ; on his Claim, 814, 9.

dan's Pecition against Lord Cochrane, 513*
Peace ; 00,65

---. The High Bailiff's Action,
; Passages from the Monitçur, 97.

and Sir F. Burdett's Application to Parliament,
Perish Commerce; D. of Falmouth, 22

805, 865
- ; E. of Bervie, 130

| Westminster Election Anniversary, 863,863
; F. 213

Westminster Election Committee's Report, 879
; G. 218

Whigs; Trebor's Defence of the, 402
; H. 221

Whitelocke, General; on his Court Martial, 526
; 1. 241

W.F. S., on Legislative Regulations, relative to
- 366 v . ..'

Commanders in Chief, and to Persons having
Pitt's Birch Day, 872

Property in Foreign States, 243
Pickering, Mr.; his Letter, on the Dangers of a

W. F.'s., on Corn against Sugar, 783
War with Great Britain, 728,789...?

Woodcocks and Snipes, 648, 657, 658 .
Places in Reversion, 1687

W. S. L., on War, 4057535
Popırlarion ; Answer to Mr. Young, 810
Popham, Sir Home, and his Court Martial, 193 | Young, Mr. Arthur, on Agriculture, Manufactures
Popular Education; I Mac ----d. 134

and Commerce. Letrer l. 288. Letter 11: 3750
Portugal's State represented, 351, 383,414, -

Leiter 111. 568. Letter IV. 768,818
Portugal; on the State of, 590


Portuguese Emigration, 1, 27, 28, šs, 175 . I zi on the Court of Admiralty, 464 märtsi
Portuguese Family, proscrihed, 471:

, Z. on Corn against Sugar, 820:36
Portuguese Merchants' Claims, 438 reces
Post Chaise Work, 967
Pro-Patria; Corn against Sugar, 698

W 1915 : 5. 820203
Prussian Declaration against England, 316.-.




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