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however, that any deep-rooted or extensive conspiracy against the existing order
of things has ever been discovered, though FRANCE. IN the Journal of Agen, of the 17th it may be true, that a few obscure indi. of June, we read as follows:-On Satur
viduals have availed themselves of the day the 7th inst. a dreadful storm burst popular ferment produced by most severe forth in the communes of Cancon, Beau.
privations, to lead on the ignorant and gos, Moulinet, and Bondi, in the ar.
unthinking to acts of sedition. Within rondissement of Villeneuve sur Lot, and
the last two or three weeks, the prices caused the greatest ravages. Not a blade
of grain have fallen greatly, and conof grass nor a vine leaf are to be seen in
tinue to fall. The harvest has begun in the places where the hail fell ; happily
the south, and the produce is said to be its extent was not great. The rain,
abundant in every part of the kingdom. which poured from the same cloud, did an infinite deal of mischief, by the great
SPAIN quantity of earth which it carried with It is now confirmed that the great, it, and by covering all the pasturage a arsenal of Caracca, near Cadiz, has been round with sand. This is now the fifth totally consumed, with all its immense year in succession that the crops have naval stores, by a conflagration which, been destroyed in this unfortunate dis there is reason to believe, was the result trict.
of a conspiracy. Paris, July 3.-The number of French By private accounts it appears, that the emigrants who have reached the United grand financial plan, projected by the min. States do not amount to a less number ister Garay, is not to be carried into ex. than 30,000. They have in general em. ecution till January 1818. This delay barked from Belgium, Holland, Ger originates in the opposition of the nobles many, and even Russia. In America and high churchmen, who will be most they have enjoyed unrestricted freedom, affected by its being put into execution ; but have obtained no political prepon. and, in the meantime, it is expected that derance. Joseph Bonaparte is said to the minister himself will lose his place. have given up every hope of returning to France. Clauzel and Lefebvre Des
PORTUGAL. nouettes are at New Orleans : Grouchy Lisbon, May 27th 1817. " I basten to has quittod Baltimore for New York. inform you of an alarming conspiracy, The greater part of the officers of this which, thanks to the vigilance and ener. nation appear determined on repairing gy of Marshal Beresford, has, within the to Mexico or Brazil.
last twenty-four hours, been discovered The French Government have come and crushed in this city. Of the real to the determination of causing a light. intention of the conspirators we are yet house to be erected at the entrance to ignorant; it is, however, certain, that Calais. A letter from thence states, that the first act of vengeance would have an eligible spot is selecting for this de been the destruction of their gallant Mar. sirable purpose, and when the danger shal, and Don Miguel de Forjaz, with of the entering of that harbour is consi. the whole of the present regency. It is dered, such a measure must appear high reported, that in the expectation of suc. ly beneficial. The light is intended to cess, an offer of the crown of Portugal revolve, with deep red reflectors, and had been made to the young Duke de will be so placed as to be conspicuous in Cardaval, the next a-kin to the present all weathers to vessels bound thither. King, through his mother, who prudente
The Paris papers have been unusually ly rejected the offer. To complete the barren of interesting intelligence for this sanguinary and treacherous character of month past. They have been chiefly file this black plot, a general massacre of the led with accounts of disturbances in dif. English residents was contemplated. ferent parts of the kingdom, occasioned Happily, the compunction of some of by the scarcity of grain, into which, in the conspirators has led to the detection some instances, there seems to have en of the treason. The Marshal having retered a spirit of discontent with the pre- ceived intelligence of their proceedings, sent government. It does not appear, on Sunday evening seized the whole, or
most of the ringleaders in their beds, and The royal Government hereby publishes at the head of them proves to be the in. this his Majesty's resolution, that the triguing General Don Gomez Ferreira most punctual care may be taken to obe de Andrade. The Marquises of Abrantes serve it in every point. and Valencia, the son of Baron Bran Given at Buda, the 230 December camp, and the Conde de Cunha, with 1816, in the assembly of the memabout forty others, many of them per bers of the Royal Hungarian Governsons of distinction, are said also to be ap ment. prehended and thrown into the dungeons The ceremony of the marriage of the of the castle of Belem. Don Gomez archduchess Leopoldine with the king Ferreira is lodged in Fort St Julian, the of Portugal took place by proxy at Viengovernor of which has been superseded, na, on the 14th May. Owing to the in. and the command given to Sir Archibald surrection in Brazil, the princess had Campbell. The two regiments of mili. not sailed for that country at the date of tary police continue to parade the city, the latest despatches from Portugal." and the artillery guns, loaded to the muz Vienna, June 4.-The following are zle with grape shot, are posted in differ some of the details of the arrest of ent parts of the town. The conspir- Santini. This man had obtained pass. ators had established printing presses, ports in England to go to Italy, where and prepared proclamations, all of which he pretended to have some family affairs are seized. I am happy to add, that the to arrange. He was strictly watched in disposition of the troops seems highly fa. this country, and having passed by Kravourable, and we hear of only three offi. genfurt, about the middle of the last cers of any rank who are at present im month, he was arrested on the frontiers plicated. It is strongly believed, that a of Lombardy, and conducted under an close connexion has subsisted between escort to Milan. It is said, that papers those traitors and the insurgents at Per of great importance were found upon nambuco, and but for the energy and him. He was apprehended on a road activity with which the government here different from that prescribed to him, have acted, no doubt can exist of the and which he should have taken, if he fate which awaited them. The 5th June, meant only to go to Genoa, and from being the feast of Corpus Christi, was thence to Corsica.. fixed upon for the explosion of the plot. The states of Wirtemberg having re.
The conspirators are now under trial jected the constitution, as modified by before a chief judge, four assistants, and the royal rescript of the 26th May, by & secretary. The examinations have 67 voices against 42, have been dissolved. hitherto been private, but some of the sentences are expected to be published next month. About fifty persons are in
The Boston Commercial Gazette of the Prohibition of Bible Societies in Hun- 24th of March contains the provisions of gary.Buda, May 3. The following an important law, which may be called circular letter to the clergy in Hungary the Navigation Act of America, of which was issued on the 23d December last the following is the substance. year, by the Government in this city: 1. No goods to be imported into the * Considering that the London Bible As. United States, except in vessels the prosociation has caused the establishment of perty of the citizens of those States; or several affiliated Societies, particularly of the countries of which those goods are in Germany, and that several such asso the growth, produce, or manufacture. ciations in the Imperial hereditary do. 2. In all cases of contravention of the minions, particularly among the Protest. preceding article, the ship and cargo to ants, have more intimate connexion in be confiscated. view, his Sacred Majesty has been gra. 3. Bounties and allowances now grant. ciously pleased to ordain, that care be ed to fishing-boats to be refused to all but taken that printed copies of the bible be those of which the officers and three. not circulated gratis, or at a low price, fourths of the crew are citizens of the by such Foreign Associations and Socie- United States. ties in his Majesty's hereditary domin 4. The coasting trade is confined to ions, nor the establishment of a Bible As. native vessels and seamen. sociation be allowed. For the rest, his5 . A tonnage duty is imposed upon Sacred Majesty is graciously pleased to vessels, though belonging to the United allow the trade with bibles as with all States, which shall enter a port in one other books by booksellers, according to district from a port in another district. the ordinances published on this subject. This is subject to exceptions.) VOL. I.