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question alternately ascends the tribune and FRANCE.-The Chamber of Deputies reads his essay, called by courtesy a speech. has for some time past been wholly occu The ministerialists contend that the law is pied in discussing the new election project; necessary to check the democratic preponand the debates have been conducted with derance which had usurped a dominion much asperity. A deputy on each side of the over the elections, and that upon the adopVOL. VI.

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tion of the measure rests the ruin or safety beral Journals have several pending over of France; the opponents of the law main them. The responsible proprietor of the tain, that to establish a superior class of Constitutionnel has been convicted, and electors is a violation of the equality of the sentenced to two years' imprisonment and people, and that it is an act of rebellion a. a fine of 400 f. for a livel in that paper. gainst the charter, and a direct proclama. A military invalid, for exclaiming Vive ? tion of a counter-revolution.

Empercur in the gardens of the Tuilleries, On Saturday the 27th May, the discus. has been sentenced to four years' imprisonsion exceeded in violence any that had pre- ment. viously taken place. M. de la Fayette From a work lately published by the eulogised the Revolution, and reiterated the Academy of Sciences in Paris, it appears principles of 1789 with such undisguised that Paris contains 714,000 inhabitants, of force and warmth of expression, as to ex which 25,000 are not domiciled. The aver. cite dreadful agitation, and to call down age number of births annually is 21,000, upon him imputations of revolt, rebellion, and of these the proportion of male to feand insurrection. The Minister of Foreign male is twenty-five to twenty four. The con. Affairs replied, and defended the law. Af- sumption of bread annually is 113,880,000 ter this seene of political fury had continu. killogrammes ; of oxen 70,000 ; of heifers ed for some time further, the sitting was 9000; of calves 78,000 ; of sheep 34,000; adjourned.

of swine 72,000; of eggs 74,000,000; On the following Thursday, June , the of pigeons 900,000; of fowls 1,200,000; question was decided by a division of the of wine 870,000 hectolitres. chamber.

GERMANY.-Execution of Sandt.The first trial of str between the Sandt, the assassin of Kotzebue, was exeparties was on an amendment by M. Ca- cuted on the 20th inst. in a large plain mille Jourdan, the chief tendency of which near Manheim. He was desirous of ad. was, to negative the proposed innovation of dressing the populace, but the President making two stages in the election process. of the Court of Justice, to whom he had The point was, whether this amendment given his word not to do so, reminded him of M. Jourdan should have the priority of that doubtless he did not wish to perjure the others, which was carried against mini- himself immediately previous to deach ; he, sters by a majority of one. Such was the therefore, confined himself to merely deanxiety of the different parties, that the claring that he " died for his country." A majority on this minor point was decided great number of students, from Heidleberg, by M. Chauvelin, who came from his bed, who travelled with all speed to be present at where he lay sick, unable to stand, and his execution, only arrived at the moment who had to be supported in the arms of his when the executioner was exhibiting the friends, in order to give his vote.

severed head : several steeped their handThe main question was then decided, on kerchiefs in his blood. the amendment proposed by Camille Jour Russia.–On the 20th March, (0. S.) dan, which was rejected by a majority of the Emperor published an ukase, de. 10—the numbers being 133 to 123. Every claring that the wife of the Czarovitch member of the chamber, except one, was and Grand Duke Constantine, the Grand present ; several having, at the hazard of Duchess Anne, (born Princess of Saxe-Cotheir lives, left their beds to give their votes burg Saalfeld,) having gone abroad in 1801, on this great question.

on account of bad health, had expressed The result was received on both sides that she could not again return to Russia ; with respectful calmness; but, on its reach that the circumstances of the case had been ing the crowds of people who filled every submitted to the consideration of the Holy avenue leading to the chamber, anxious- Synod, which decided that the maniage ly waiting the decision, it was received ought to be dissolvedl, and that he ought with strong manifestations of disapproba. to be allowed to marry again ; and giving tion.

the Imperial approbation to the decision of The Court of Peers is still occupied in the Holy Synod.—The manifesto also dethe preliminary proceedings of the trial of clares, that if any member of the Imperial Louvel, the assassin of the Duke of Berri. Family shall form a marriage with an inNothing public had taken place, but it is dividual not of a reigning house, the chil. said that the preparatory examinations shew dren shall not succeed to the throne. that the writched murderer had neither instigator nor accomplice in his crime.

The Moniteur has officially announced that “ the Duchess of Berri has entered the

ASIA. fifth month of her pregnancy, and continues EAST INDIES.- Madras Gazettes to 19th in good health."

January have been received, containing ad. Prosecutions against political writings vices from Bombay to the 6th of that have much increased lately. All the Li. month. On the 28th of December, Major

General Sir W. Keir's official account of gress, that though they would be fully jus. the expedition against the pirates in the tified in taking immediate possession of the Persian Gulf was published at Bombay, Floridas, it is still expedient, in the prein a Gazette Extraordinary. The town of sent distracted state of the Spanish GoRas-ul-Khyma, the strong-hold of the pi. vernment, to wait until some settlement rates, was taken possession of on the 9th of takes place, after which the President antiDecember, after a resistance of six days. The cipates that this long protracted negotiatroops landed on the third, and on the fol- tion may be brought to an amicable conclulowing day dislodged the enemy from a sion. bank within 900 yards of the outer fort, The American papers contain a Report which was expected to afford good cover of the Committee of Ways and Means in for the men, and to serve as a depot for the House of Representatives on the state stores, previous to the erection of the bat. of the revenue of the United States, which teries. In this service Major Molesworth, of shews the following results of the examin. his Majesty's 47th regiment, was killed by ation of the Committee: Dollars. a cannon shot, and Lieut. Stepney, of the Permanent Expenditures, 11,378,975 65th, was wounded. On the morning of Temporary,

13,596,034 the 6th several guns were opened on the fort. The enemy made a sortie the same night,

24,975,009 but were repulsed with considerable loss. From which deduct Items On the 7th several fresh batteries were not required (as speciopened on the fort, and fired, with scarcely ficd) for 1821,

1,600,000 an intermission, till sunset. when the breach of the curtain was reported nearly

23,375,009 practicable and the towers almost untenable. Estimated Amount of Immediate arrangements were made for Receipts for 1821,(per the assault, and the troops were ordered to Statement,)

19,720,000 move down to the trenchies at daybreak the Leaving a Deficit, in next morning. The bombardment con 1821, of

3,655,009 tinued during the night, and the batteries The Committee conclude their Report by having recommenced their fire before day. carnestly recommending economy and re. light, completed the breaches by eight trenchment; and by a resolution calling on o'clock. The party moved forward about the President to draw up such a plan as that hour, and entered the fort through the will enable Congress, in its next Session, breaches, without firing a shot ; and it to make such reductions in the various soon appeared that the enemy had eva- branches of public expenditure as may be cuated the place. The town was taken required by the state of the finances. possession of, and found almost entirely CARACCAS.-The New York Gazette, of deserted, only 18 or 20 men, and a few the Sth May, contains the following intelliwomen, remaining in their houses. The gence, under the head “ Glorious News." loss of the British during the siege was “ Yesterday we received a proof-sheet of Killed, 1 major, (Major Molesworth,) the Charleston City Gazette, containing 4 rank and file : grand total, 5. Wound. news from South America, that the Royal ed, I captain, I lieutenant, 2 havildars, army under Morales, of 5000 men, in Ca1 drumnier, 46 rank and file : grand total, raccas, had been destroyed, and that the 51.

whole province was in the fuil possession By letters received from Batavia, dated of the Fatriots.” This intelligence was reJanuary 24, it appears, that nearly the ceived in a letter from St Thomas of April whole of the Dutch troops had been draft 18, and a postscript to the letter ventions ed from thence to Palambang, in order the arrival there of a schooner 14 days to strengthen that military position. The from Angostura, with the following verbal inhabitants of Batavia were, in conse news:-“ A very bloody action has been quence, much alarmed, as not more than fought between General Paez and the 600 European troops were left to defend Royalist army, 300 miles from that place, the place against the Malays, who are able in which the Spaniards lost every man, ato niuster a force of nearly 100,000 men. mounting to 5000 men, in killed, woundShould the Malays attack them, it was ap- ed, and prisoners. Great rejoicings were prehended that a general massacre would the order of the day, such as ringing of

bells, cannonading, &c. This action must

have been fought near Calaboza, with the AMERICA.

Royalist army of General Morales, who, UNITED STATES.--On the 9th May, a with the whole of his forces, must have message from the President was delivered been annihilated. The evacuation of Cato Congress, respecting the negotiations in raccas is a necessary consequence, and the regard to the possession of the Floridas, in entrance of the Patriot army.” which, after complaining grievously of the A letter from Angostura, dated March tergiversation of Spain, he submits to Con- 7th, mentions an event which, however


horrible, is but too characteristic of the ex« same net. This officer was so entirely off terminating mode of warfare carried on his guard, that he came on board the between the royalists and independents on O'Higgins, and was advancing on the the Spanish Main. On the 11th February quarter-deck with the utmost case and a party of Spaniards entered the town of unconcern, when he met Lord Coche Santa Barbara, and as there was no previ- rane, at sight of whom he started back ous intimation of the approach, the place with surprise, and said, “ I believe I have was completely taken by surprise, Their made a mistake;' to which his Lord. object appears to have been the capture of ship coolly replied, " The gicatest you a British officer of rank in the service of ever made in your life.' The brig abovethe republic of Venezuela, who had dis- mentioned proved to be the Petrillo, Spatinguished himself in the operations against nish ship of war, from Lima, with arms, the Royalists ; as their first step was to stores, and 20,000 dollars in cash, for paye surround the house in which he had resid. ing the troops in Valdivia. She has since ed, and where he had been previously long arrived safe in Valparaiso. His Lordship confined by indisposition. Fortunately he then put into Talcahuano, when he took had been removed but a few days before on board his own vessel 250 soldiers, and to head-quarters at Maturin. The Spa, reported that he was bound to Valparaisa. niards then proceeded to the hospital, He, however, returned to Valdivia, landed where they found 25 sick men of the Bri. his small battalion on the beach, and led tish legion, and a Lieutenant Pointer of the them on to the charge in person, bimself same corps, whom, with the commandant carrying the flag of the O'Higgins as a and all the men of the town, they put to standard. The Royalists, after firing a death in the square, by cutting their throats. few rounds, were driven from their guns On retiring they carried off with them the at the point of the bayonet. Thus was greater part of the women.

Valdivia taken, the strongest point in South HAVANNAH.--A New York paper, of the America, Callao excepted, having mount8th May, gives the following account of ed in its batteries 110 pieces of cannon. what took place at Havannah, when the The colonel and officers of the garrison news arrived there of the Revolution in were made prisoners. The whole was acSpain

complished with the loss of very few men “ We learn by the Sally, from Havan- on the part of the Patriots. As to officers, nah, that the new Government of the Cor- Lord Cochrane had few to lose, for his first tes was established at that place. The ci- Lieutenant was absent in the prize, and ty had been illuminated three successive his second was sick, so that he was him. nights, and all vessels entered and cleared self Admiral, Captain, and Lieutenant of at the National Custom-house. The name his own ship. After having secured the of King is not mentioned. The Gover- prisoners on a small island in the bay, and nor was compelled to take the oath, four manned the batteries with a portion of his times, in the public square, in the presence sailors, he enibarked with his troops on of 6000 troops. Two English brigs were board some small vessels he had captured, in port at the time, having on board each and sailed with the intention of subduing half a million of dollars. They were board- the Island of Chiloe, a short distance to ed by order of the newly constituted au the southward, and now the only hold the thorities, and the money brought on shore, Royalists have in the south. This briland the following message was left : lf liant exploit has given a different turn to the king have any demands against us, let affairs. The expedition to Peru is now him send his accounts, and they shall be talked of with confidence, and active presettled.'

parations are making, but nothing will be Chili.--Capture of Valdivia by Lord done till his Lordship's arrival, for he is Cochrane.- A letter from Valparaiso, of the main spring of the whole. We expect 220 February, contains the following ac- him on the 25th.” count of a heroic exploit of Lord Cochrane, BUENOS AYRES.-By the receipt of which has since been confirmed by the re- Boston papers of the 1st May, and an arceipts of official intelligence.

rival from Rio Janeiro, we learn the fol. * Lord Cochrane, on his return from lowing particulars regarding the late ocLima, did not enter this port, but stretched currences at Buenos Ayres. on to the southward, with his own ship the It appears that, on the 1st of February, O'Higgins, to take a look into Valdivia. an engagement took place between General While reconnoitring the batteries, a Spa- Rondeau and Ramirez, the Commander of nish brig of war appeared in the offing, the troops from Sante Fe and Entre Rios, standing in for the port, upon which Lord in which the former was defeated ; in conCochrane immediately hoisted Spanish co sequence, a temporary government was lours, which decoyed the brig close along- formed at Buenos Ayres, and it is not side before the mistake was discovered. stated that Sarratea was at the head of civil The captain of the port of Valdivia, with affairs, and that Soler had the command of his whole boat's crew, were caught in the the military. These important changes in

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