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Description Includes advertisements for fugitives from slavery: George from New Kent County --- John Gibson or Laney from Richmond --- Syme or Charles from Dover --- Amherst, Ben, and a woman from Rosewall, King and Queen county --- Alexander and Patrick from Richmond --- Titus from Fredericksburg --- Bob from Richmond. Includes advertisement of Moses Austin & Co. Shot Factory.
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Transcript FOREIGN ADVICES. POLISH REVOL UTION. WARSAW. IN the fitting of the 5th of May, a new form of Conftitution was again propofed. The members prefmt figned it unanimously} and they formally paffed fentence by fentence, the twelve articles of which it is compofed, and which are as follow : 1. The Catholic Religion fhall be the governing religion of the (tate, and the King fhali profefs it. But all other forms of worfhip fhall be admitted, and a general toleration, civil and religious, mail be a fundamental law of tfie kingdom. 2. The ancient prfvtliges and rights oPrhe No- bleffe are approved and confirmed. 3. At the fame time, ail the rights jnd privileges ofthe people affeVted, renewed or granted to them during the piefent Diet are equally ratified and confiimed. 4. All ftrangers who arrive and fettle in Poland, mall enjoy full and entire liberty. 5. Tne peafantry are taken under the protection of the laws and of government. They are relieved from all arbitrtry impolitions, and do not depend, henceforth, in whit regards their rights and labours, only on the contracts which they fhall make with their Seigniors. AH foreign labourers a<|p"frF5 to enter and fettle in Poland, or to tne contracts th; ey ui-y and tin iffue fuch orders as are put within its power by configoment. 8. In cafe of the publication of a falfified law, the miniver by whom it is ccunferfigned, if convicted of having altered, or caufed it to be §Iteredf, the decree of the legifluive body wittingly, fliall fuf- fer 15 years imprifonment. r). If any set laying a tax or directing a loan to be made is publifhed without the faid tax or loan pafling through the forms efta'blifhed by the conftitution, the minifter counterfigning faid act, or iffu- ing orders to collect faid tax, or to receive monies on account of faid loan, fliall fufTer twenty years confinement. All agents ofthe executive power, executing faid orders, either by collecting faid tax, 01 receiving the monies of faid loan, fhall fuffer death. June 9. Progrefs made in financial details—not fufficient- Iy interefting for inlertion. M. Thouret, ofthe ecclefiaftic and conftitutional committee, offered the following decrees to the confideration ofthe affembly. 1. No brief, decree, bull cf the court of Rome, can be printed, publifhed, distributed or executed, without being fir It: prefented to the legislature, read, approved, and fanclionedby them, that fanction approved of by the king, and promulgated in form directed by law. 1. This article was decreed without difcuflion. e. Bi.liops, and ed in tt a <ve* a fori tweei roadl ordtrAs |7 LaSl age only J 3,:.00 Jlvres in gold, ivres in affty. kiais, uvbicb 'were ccr.tain- dio [ent 'me by the department. informed Monfieur of ?ny departure, till hy jlort time before it took place ; he paffed into ngn country, merely becaufe it was agreed be- n him and I that we fhould not travel the fame and he was to. return to me in France. I gave a few days before my departure, to the three perfoBis who accompanied me as couriers, to procure the cmnaths ufually worn on thefe occafwns, becaufe they Muuwld be enlrufied with difpatches. " jfhe pa fport was necefjary for faciliating my journwty, the route for Frankfort <was mentioned, ' becaufe they never grant paJports at the office Secretrry of Foreign Affairs, to any part with- % kingdom; and the route indicated was not even f-ved by us. " have never made any proteftation whatever, J 1 the memorial left by me at my departure. This proteftation, as may be eafily perceived, yiot contain any objection to the principles of ihe hutioH, but only with refped to the form of ton, that is to fay, in regard to the little liberty appeared to en joy: As the decrees, were not htdU in a body. I could not judge ofthe white de- '"f the fabric ofthe Conftitution. The principal •on contained in this memorial, regards the dyes attendant on adminiftration ana execution. erceived, in the courfe of my journey, that mere, •oftbj in if prefe\ but i «( dees !■■'::; Mr fc*q wku prefi A my jo. 3rfgaTTuos"*oT ^^^^^^^^ made with the proprietors of the foil 6. The government of Poland fhall be cornpof- ed of three branches, or diftinct parts—the legiflar tive power, the executive power, and the judicial power. 7. The legifhtive power belongs exclufively to the ltatr-s afiembled i» Diet, and compofed of two connected chambers, to wit, the fenate, and the chamber of Nuncois. 8. The king fliall exercife the executive power with his council. This council fhali be compofed of the Primate and five minifters, who fhall each have a department. No order of the king can be put in execution, unlefs it is figned by the mini iters, whofe lives and fortunes fliall b* refponfible to each Diet for the orders they fhall fign. As foon as two thirds of the Diet fhall demand the change or minifters, the king (hall be bound to difmifs them, and to name Olivers in their place. 9. The election of king fhall never fall hereafter on an individual. A whole family fhail be elected, when the royal family fhall be extinct. Thus after the deceafe cf the reigning king (for whole long life the ftates and the nation make the moft fervent prayers) the reigning elector of Saxony, and his male defcendants after him, fhali fuc- ceed to the throne of Poland. If he fliall have no male iffue, Mary Augusta Nt-pomucene, his only daughter, now declared Infanta of Poland, fliall be Queen, and her hufband, whom the king and the ftates afiembled fhall choofe for her, fliall wear the crown, and from the flock, from which fhall fpring anew Royal dynafty of Poland. 10. In cafe of the minority of the king, his tutelage, with the adminiftration of the government fliall be in the hands of the Queen mother and the council, who fhall be refponfible for their conduct to every Diet. 1 j. The education ofthe king's children fhall _:.. -.■ _t _ _; ; 'mjammm ~™ '"'' . ,, 13. J lie ju-dir' mafi be fixed for each de lhall Palatine, territory, and diftrift. be elected at the Die tines. The judges fliall A$ftra3 of the lateft Proceedings of the National Affembly, June 7. The affembly referred to the committee of enquiry a letter, by which the directory of Gironde, gives notice of the fermentation excited at Bourdeaux, by the eftablifhment of a monarchical club, and of the manoeuvres of the agents of the club, which obliged the directory to put a (top to their meeting. The remainder of the fitting was. employed in making financial arrangements, an account of which could afford but little entertainment or inftruction to our readers. June S. Decreed—That perfons in the public fervice fhall enjoy the right of active citizens, in the places where their duty calls them, though they may not have refided there the year required in common cafes. Articles decreed to fecure the independence of the Le- giflative Authority. 1. Thofe concerned in attempts to prevent the re- iinii n, or effect the diffolution of a primary or elating affembly, fliall fuffer death. 2. If troops of the line furround the place of fitting ofthe aforefaid affemblies, or procure remittance into the affembly, without being authorifed or required by the affembly, the minilter or commander who fhall have figned the order for the purpofe, the officer or foldjer who fhall have executed it, fhall fuffer confinement for 15 years. 3. Thofe concerned, (either by giving or executing orders) in attempts to prevent the re-union, effect the diffolution, or interrupt the deliberations of the legiflative body, or in attempts tending to cleft roy the independence of any individual mem be* of it, fhall fuffer death., 4. If troops of the line come within so,<JBq [120,000 feet J ofthe place in which the legit is fitting, without being authorifed, or required by the affembly, the Minilter who has given or coun- terfigned the order, the commander in chief, or the principal commander, of each body of the aforefaid troops, who has participated in the execution, fliall fuffer 10 years impiifonment. 5. Thofe who attempt to furround the legiflative body, with armed men, pr to procure admittance into the place where they fit, without being by them authorifed, fhali fuffer death. The Minifter or Commander, wh;-, has figned the order, the officers or foldiers who aftempt to execute it fhall fuffer the fame pdnifhment. 6. For all attempts to derange the order of fuc- ceffion to the throne eftablifhed by the conftitution —Death. 7. If any act is publifhed as a law, without having been decreed by the legiflature, whatever be the fojsfla of that act, the minifter who countersigns it fliall fuffer death. If laid act does not appear in the form prefcribed by the decree of the 7th of October 1789, every civil or military officer publishing or executing it fnall fuffer ten years imprisonment. This article is not to he underflood to infringe on the rights of the executive to publifli proclamations scree, Hull print, dittribute, or publitli or attempt to execute any brief, decree, bull, or other order oi the court of Rome, before it has been read and approved by the legiflature, and functioned by the King, fhall fuffer criminal procefs, as perturba- tors of the public peace, and be degraded from .the rank of citizens. Decreed* Mr. Thouret then offered the following article in the name oi' the committee of the conftitution. " Receivers of contributions, the gatherers of indited taxes, commiffioners of the treafuty, envoys •.ients of the executive power, who are fubject ♦ o being recalled and replaced by the executive, if fuch are elected members of the legiflature, they muft choofe between their office and a feat in that body.'" Mr. Regnaud offered the following principle as an amendment—<{ That no man receiving wag^s, or conftantly fubject to obey the orders of another, fhould be eligible as a member of the legiflature. The principle was adopted as an addition to the foregoing article, the expreflions to be fubject to modification by the committee of revifion. Several oilier amendments were propofed, difcuffed and rejected,* and the article with the above amendment was decreed. M. Thouret, in the name of the committee, propofed another article, which was intended to exclude perfons from a feat in the legiflature, and at the fame time a place in administrative bodies, judiciary tribunals, &c. but (till allowing them to refume their functions in thofe capacities, during the re- cefs of the legiflature. After much debate the principle was rejected, and the following, propofed by M Duport, adopted. -Municipal, adminiftrative, judiciary functions, and the duties of commander in chief of the National Guard, are incompatible with thofe ofa legif- lator, and perfons who fill fuch offices fhall not exercife the duties of them, during their appointment I Tua'ffJTJtj Ule iepriaturej nut may relume them after the time of their election U expired. H I PARIS, June 27. STATE PAPER. Prefidence of M. Aievander Beauharnais. I Literal Copy cf the Procefs Verbeaux of the Com- ■ m'ffimers appointed for hearing the Declarations of the King and Queen. DECLARATION OF THE KING. On this Prefent Sunday, June %6th, 1791, we, Francis Dennis Ironcbet, Andrian John Francis Duport, and Anthony Balthazer Jofeph Dandre, Commtffloners nominated by the National Affembly ior the execution of its decree of this day, ihe faid decree providing, " That the National Affembly fhali nominate three commiffioners taken out of its own body, to receive in writing from the mouth of the King his declaration, which fhall be figned by the King end the commiffioners j the fame ceremony being alfo ufed in regard to the declaration oj the Queen, &c. We, after having repaired to tze Military Com tnifteiffet off at half an hour aftt;r,fix o'clock for the Palace of the Tkuilleries, whtre having arrived, vue were introduced into the King\cabinet, and being alone with him, the King made the folio-wing declaration : ** I fee, Gentlemen by the ebjeel of the miff 'rn with which you are charged, that there is no intention cf making ufe of interrogatories; but I foall mofi willingly comply with the wijhes of the National Affembly, and I /ball never be afraid of making the public acquainted with the reafons af my conduct. ** The motives which occafioned my departure, vere the threats and the menaces which took plttce on the iZth of April againft my family and my ft If. Since that time, feveral writings have been publfb- ed with an intention to provokethepublic fury againft the Royal Family and myfelf, and thefe injults fill remain unpunifhed: From this circumftance, I per- rlKo^*u1^ it would not be fafe, nor even decent, ,„^v t^remjjjn in Pan 1 I was not before atL to make myfelf a. qi but fri efta\ . i 2UO rum ihe idea.s 1 have been able to forn ally 111 my route, 1 am convinced how much it effary to give the proper energy to the powers jhed for the maintenance cf public order. As foon as I knew the public vjifh, I did not he- , and I Wall nev-jr hcjitaie, to make the facri- "every thing that regards myfelf, to procure the f the people, which has ever been the firfl cb- f my wijhes. jhalt wittingly forget all the dtfagrit/thlecvr- sanees -which have occurce!, that 1 may thus en- It he peace and tranquility of the nafi'n.'" be King, after having read the prefent declara- has obferved that he had cmitte I to add, that 'overnate oj his fan, and the ladies in the Queen s e, were not informed of his intentions till ajhort before their departure\ and the King bos figned declaration in company with us. (Signed) LOUIS. TRONCHFTs ANDRIAN DUPORT. DANDREr '< doors and two "■■" - - tne women : fp< d mtell ^e—and ofth etffary 1 v.lts. ihe Sabatl:—- rfortti QUEEN. )i, we Francis Francis Duport, \ DECLARATION OF THE ^ (» this Monday, June zy, 17 Dff nis Tronchet, John Andrian, &c' &c. &c. being reunited to ihe Conftitutional corn m'tttee, repaired at half an hour after ten o'clock m i he morning to the palace of the Thuilleries, when josx, ajter our arrival we were introduced into the Wa mber cf the Queen, and being alone with her, the Qfyen made us the following declaration: wm the tic^ fee nit may be hire neceffary to mention, that the )imiffionsrs repaired to the Queen s apartments on preceding evening ; but her majefty j'ent them 110- , that ftje was&hen in the bath, and could not tbe<n.] 1 I declare that the King being deftrous oj quitting his children, nothing in nature could have vnfent to quit him, my whole conduB for thefe s paft has given fuffcient pi oofs. was confirmed in my determination to follow b'<nm, from the confidence and perfuafton which I had, ihmt he would raver leave the kingdom, had he been fo mnctined, all my influence would have been ix- e^md to prevent him. * f The Governefs of my daughter, who had bem ind fpofedjor five weeks, did ?iot receive orders for dep arture till the preceding evening. She had not eve n taken any clothes with her—I was obliged to hru ' her fome—Jhe vjas abfolutely ignorant of our deft in it ion. [ ! The Three Couriers neither knew the defiination nor the fubjecT of the journey—they were fupplied, from time to time, vjith money upon the road, and received our orders as we proceeded. The two fem- mt» de chambre did not r eceive rrders till the moment oj ohr departure—one of them, whofe huiband was in me palace, had not an opportunity of feeing him. '1 Monfieur and Madame fepar at ed from us, and tr,ok\ the road to Mons, merely to avoid embarraff- tnetvf9 and to prevent delay from the want of horfes upon the road—they were to rejoin us in France. We went out of the palace by puffing through the apartment of M. Villequier j and, that we might not be perfeived, we wentfeparately, and at fome diftance cf tine from each other. \ * (Signed) " MARIE ANTOINETTE. TRONCHET, ANDRIAN DUPORT. DANDREr 58^88^88?ii$S^il58888888885 AMERICAN ADVICES. BOS T O N, Augqg.. 1 >e following ex ' " nest pale fence —two d the men, and the other fo\ muft obferve thefe rules, 0 ...^ b..,fy.^,. W(KilWj fo very particular r«en and Ciomen fhould have any feu . mih ear.;, that when a little girl, a i'pei' .'■■ r, c me in and f.*t down on a feat by a man, one of the Shakers immediately left his place, and fhewed her to another feat. They begin their fervice with ft tune iti which they all jyir, in the manner of the jews 5 an^ the one that'lings joudeft, fin'gs Beft, This u'nintel! gtbfe jargon they call the unknown larij well: hey may, furl do no? believe they it themfelves. After fingirg fom^rti^e .... r UVp-, t«ke off their coats and harg them up, and each one tskes his tank, much more regular thai] our moft expert militia-^fhe wemen at one end cf the houfe, and the men at the other $ two of each fex fland cut a^jittie cfiffance (i'mt> the ranks, and fing a flow kind of fal-de-ral tunes,, after which they will dance as regularly as at the moft accomp affemblies, which exercife continues about an until they are wet with [wear. Theri coders comes in, and after advifing t the day hob,, net to break tfuot God, by no means to admit of ai.v convolution, tfncfinforming ftraoeerg of their iocidy neceffary, to be kept on 1 he difmifles them for a fcoit . . r this fcene tour times " ^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ii is v ery j. o\ el ly k is difficult to make a ftrahger ruei^e-v ire"offering a very acceptable ttr\iccu> XJocL They are the luoft ordinary fet cf human beings I ever beheld j and it is really curious to fee the eld, rh a fined, halt, and blind, dancing tluir way to raradife. 4k I cannot give you fo particular an accovint cf this iocKty as I wifh, for want of the neceffai) i.:~ formation j bit I propole making fhtm a yifit <;i\ fome week day, and viewing their h uf &c. which I am told are very beat and curious, and of which I will fpeak in.another letter.'* NORFOLK, Au-guf! 20. MxtriS ofa letter from Bourdsaux, dated ^une 12. " A few days ago a congratulatory and complimentary letter from Mr. JefFerfonJi on behalf of Congrefs and one to the fame purpofe from the ftate of Pennfylvania, were read to.the National AfTern- blyj they pleafed fo much, tha |tr unanimous decree was prffec*-, to defife the King o,e iti -re a new Treaty of Commerce with the CJnirtD £ 1 axes, which might more clofely uni; fts of the two nations, and place reciprocally, their commercial imereft on the moft folic! and lafting I " This I think will bring about, amicably, what a retaliation on the tobacco decreelby America might have tit'ecbd* at the r fk of violating the good un- derftanding which has hitherto prevailed.'• Richmond^ Auguft 31. Letters from France, via Baltimore, inform that . the Marquis de la Fayette, is about returning, with his family to this country. " Mr. de Tubeuf, who (with feveral others) has lately arrived here from France, is concerned at a mifconception in our laft paper, where he is represented as " the patron ofthe emigrants. ** ** The refpective Printers (who may have publifhed the paragraph from this paper) aie therefore mithonfrd to announce, that Mr. Tubeur^ry^^^ 'friend!, v.ho are with him, acknowledge no oilier patron than the laws ofthe United States of America} and that the hiitory of their emigration is thus: Mr. Tubruf, a late fubjecl of France, hath purchafed there of Mr. Richard Smith, a citizen of America, fifty five thoufand acres of lands in Ruffe! county, Virginia j out of which laid quantity be h^th lold five thoufand acres io ten families, who are his relations and friends. Thefe, together with thirty fervants, are new on their way to make a fettlement on the premifes. " A correfpondent, who hath pern fed their papers, adds, that fuppofitions of (his contract being an imjofition, ought to ceafej as no fuch opinion is warranted by the writings: which agiee with the records in the land-office, and include part of Clinch fettlements (from appearance.'*) Letters by the July packet which brings the important intelligence respecting the prucWdings in France, mention that it was the general opinion that the King cf France would lofe his crown, the Dauphin be put upon the throne, and a regency be placed at the head of the Executive. The negociatiens between the European powers, had not yet come to an iffue, when the packet failed. CjT The particulars of t! e flight of the King and Queen of the French, fhall be given in our next. MR. DAVIS. S I R, Be pleafed to give the inclofed a place in your Gazette, which will I truft fumciently judify my affertion in ycur paper of 27th July, and wipe f o n the minds ofthe public fuch prejudices of Mr. William Tii-'fly's publication of 24th inft. may have occafioned. The SubiJMMa***<MS! of the ■ill opq l i&TWffWiffff^jrpui 31DD0X0 pueg. 133U1 Ol ]U3tU3A tropolis. ' Not being able to get from Paris in the day time, I determined to depart during the night, without any attendants-, it 'was not my intention, however, /a leave the kingdom. I never did concert a plan of this hind, either with the neighboring powers-, or with my relations, nor with any other Frenchmen in foreign countries. u My plan was to retire to Montmedy, and I accordingly ordered apartments to be prepared for me there. As that town is well fortified y I thought it peculiarly convenient for the fafety of myfelf and fa. ?ndy, and being near the frontiers, I alfo imagined it well adapted to oppofe every invafion that might be attempted by the enemies of France. Another powerful motive of my retreat, rtvas to put an end to the affertion of my I ~ ng aprifoner. " If my intention had bsen to have retired into a joreign country, I fhould never have publifhed a memorial previous to mv departure ; I fhould moft af- furedly in that cafe have fuppreffed it till I had paffed the frontiers. (l I continued conftaizt in the wifh of returning to Paris, fcr ch looking to this fame memorial, it may be jeen that I promifeto ihe'Parifians fpeedly to rejoin them 1 *l Frenchmen, and you Parifians, what plea- foe fhall I not have in again appearing among youP' Thefe are ify very exp'fffons I made ufe of\ habit 1 mts FREEMAN—when, in the United States andP ennfylvania has its fbare, there are above five hurdi ed thoufand SLAVES: And the papers o/Pni- ladelj count verno taryp] tion qn the oc$ |hia, in all the pomp of royalty, exhibited an ac- \>f the celebration of the Birthday of their Go— with the difcharge of cannon and other m':li- \irade—and more than this, the humble imita- European Courts, in levee congratulations, en afton!!! Philadelphia, Auguft 17. Exrrskl of a letter from a young gentleman in New- CoTMCcrd, to his friend in New-Tork, dated tpe LI ed Sli aft Sunday I vifited the fociety of people call- jakers, and faw them perform the fei vice of the <\z\> It was a compound of comedy and tragedy— Their ncr in make d turesrr|arjy °f tbe old ones make in dancing, would rifible mufcles of an Heraclifua in tune. a fcene the moft remarkable I ever beheld, [woeful countenances, and the foleran man- which they performed every action, would ven a derriocritus fad j and the aukward gef- fet tf Their feoufe every t| if v/orfliipis really neat and curiotis^-. the moft exaft ordnwinclofed with a ■^_ V Jiimof acquiring a livelihood : the reverie of which is well known by thofe who are acquainted whb his profeffionaJ vocation and fituaticn in life. I am, Sir, yours, and the public's obedient fervant, A „ * K, AUSTIN. Auguft 28, I79i. (||) I DO hereby certify that Mr, Reuben Auftin did, on Wednefday the 20th July, apply to me to go with him to Richmond) (the next day) where he intended to fettle his difpute with Mr Frarcis Lew is, which I omitted on account of my ^inability, telling him I could not ride io far on horfe back ; and thit the find Auftin informed me there was -A. probability of feeing Meff. Lewis and Vandewail at Mrs. Canon's, on our way to Richmond. Given under my hand this 29th day of Autiuft, 1791. II WM. TINSLEY. Tefte, Chapman Austin. TAKEN" up by John To- ney in Powhatan county, a yellow hay II ORSE, \vi;h a bhze in his face, the right hind foot white, about 4 feet 7 inches high, and about 7 years old, mod before. Appraifed to 1^1. (,.; *