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you, that it reached Tavence, about ten] r. Marfhal re “ep sorrow on hi:
miles fhort of this place, eS days even-W:q ~Maffena has demanded « contrituon of}
f. roice, rose and. “addcefed the House asp.
qField Maal’ eention to have recov
‘Aered, by the length of his marches, the
days loft by the! false alarin for the safety
To which the Prefident made the fol-
I seceive with great respect and affeétion
fame of their trimmps at Paris, they dis If, ‘iyi it had we been usual, openly woh
was afraid of being taken’ by the EnglithE
eithe condolence of the House of Represen-
Statives on the melancholy. and afflicting e
savent in the death of the most. illustrious
ments for. dispensing good. to man; “yerfiqinforming the House that they had agreed
uch has been the uneommon worth, andgjto the appointment of a joint committee, to
‘rad he attempted to land at Toulen, andy
ssuch the extraordinary incidents which]
have marked the life of him whose loss
% to one individual was « poss:ble,s-
“Shas he contributed to found this our wide
empire, and to give to the West.
n world its independence and. its free-
dom. Having affefted the. great objeét we
a which he was Plsced at the head of o
fhe amy in Egypt in a mot satisfactory r
The Hamburgh Mail due on Sundayfy:
arrived on Friday, and- brings numerousg;.
details of ‘the actions fought: in Switzer-fe
vgiand, by which it appears that the Frenchf~
telegraphe and other accounts of thosck./
espernte conflicts are fallacious—the Im,
Oficial Bulletin of the Gen. Stat of thesSfsword into the. plough share and volunta
rmy. ot ily fink the soldier in the citizen.
army of the “Rhine has’ retake
had become manifelt and the bonds which
ies have defeated the French near Schaf
was on the 2nd marching to suftain Suwar-|
ow. . -
The Vienna Court-Gazette of the eink Ss Ate those bleffings our revolution had promise
In obdience tothe general voice of hi
lon the 13th defeated the French at Savig
country, calling on him ta prefide over a
nu and Jano, with the loff of 1000 killed,f:
id goo taken prisoners; the ‘Austrians|
, lofing 92 killed, 582 wounded and missing. ;
¥€On-the ‘same day the French loft 4
be policy which will, I truft, yet
r peace, our honor, and our independ: x
Having been twice unznimouily
fhosen the Chief Magittrate «of a.
20 ee the Neapolitan troops had take
edRicra by flarm, and marched to join Gen.
‘Crolich, who was advancing wie aft
mach loyalitts are eee arrived.
jhundred of them were brought over ine
en. Klenan was aie zee palmer man of war, which arrivedlye
ee on mnvith the universal suffrage could
not have een doubted affording the worl
‘The French, it is said, are conveying eek
However ile confiaence may change!
a the palsic affeyons Auéuate with re
Letter from his Royal H Highness the Arch-]
eh Head Quarters, Denaberchinger, Oct. 7484
THE Senate of the United States res-
ectfully take leave, fir, to express to you
ret for the as their country
vin the death» of General
i speith yours: on- this ocasion it is manly to
weep. , To lose such a man at such a cri-
pel & °
os to im, wha “maketh darkness
Fg With Patriotic ple we review the life
fof our Washington, and compare him with
hose of other countries who have been
Aried wie an increasing. weight of hon~
Such was “the man whom we deplore.—
"Thanks to God, his glory is consummated.
Let us then, Mr. Speaker, pay. the last Washington yet lives upon earth in his spot
rribute of respeét and sieation to our de-
Phe nation display those sentiments Which
S4vents which have taken place fince.
(A “On the 25th ult. the Russian corps un-§
Id i ns
‘aiMder the command of Lieutenant Generale some resoluttons which I will take the lib-4
‘allt that i is at Present known for certaings
(Lieut. Hotze, on the 26th th by St, Gall, intoP.
solved, That a eommittee, in con-'
inken defeated the enemy, and took pi
the whole of the Staff and other officers,]
able to open a communication either tof ’
the right or to the left, he saw himself f:
under. the necessity £8 withdraw to thep-3-
On. Col nt oth.
« “Field Marfhall Sowarrow, and the bri
Generals Marfhall and Smith were ap-6%
cause to regret the nature of the terms tok
pointed to wait on the Prefident to know
tess example—his spirit is in Heaven.
aq. Let his countrymen consecrate the me
mory of the heroic General, the patriotic
Genttemen 7 of the Senate,
ing perplexities ; I have also attended him
in ene highest elevation and most prospe~
rous felicity ; with uniform admiration of
is wisdom moderation and ¢
Among all our original aflociates, in the.
“memorable League of the Continent in.
lat what time ie would be convenient to re-<41774, which first expressed the sovereign. |
‘Awaited on the Prefident with the first reso-;
lution, reported, that the? Prefident wouldgeg
f4the only one remaining in the General Go-
vernment. Although with a constitution:
more enfeebled than his, at an age when
be of a Free Nation in America, he was.
be ready t to receive them at 3 o’clock this e thought it neceflary to prepare for re-
BS feemed to await them muft S confideredg*:
1s paramount to every other feeling, whe-B:
's been received this morning, defeatedBidcher of miflaken honor 0 or national pride.
© house accordingly waited, on
The Speaker addreffed the Prefident in:
c oO N GRE‘s S.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
The House of Representatives, penctrated
with a sense‘of the irreparable loss sustain-
svacd by the nation, by the death of that
Mr. Goode from Vina was qualifec great_ and good man, the illustrious and get ‘and exalted by Fame.
ggbcloved Washington, wait on you, fir, tog3g a
pwounded:on this occafion, was likewise very
tirement, I feel myself alone, bereaved of
my last brother; yeu I derive strong conso
Healation from the Unanimous disposition:
ahich appears in all ages and classes, to»
~'ngle their, sorraws with mines. on this.
common: calamity to.the world.
The life of our WASHINGTON, cannot)
suffer by coifparison with those of other
countries, who have been most celebrated
‘The attributes. and
dcr of Royalty, could only have
Ct eo be