THE CITIZEN,‘ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY'1l, 1854. 3
The only Minister who is supposed to advocate a peacnful
course is Count Nevselrode, he has entirely lost his irlfluenen
with his Imperial msslcr. Count 0rlod', on the other hand, villa
is the Emperor's dearest friend. is eager for war. , ,
The Russian Court Utuctlc has lately termed with articles allu-
hive of England and France, who are described as having invent,-
for the Turks the word “iridtpciitlt-nee," a term hitherto un-
known in thc Turkish vocabulary, and as teaching the Port: to
desert its best friend, Russia--the only power which is ahls -‘ to
protect the East against the tempest: of the West." .
It is stated that despatchel were recuiied at. Paris on the night
of the istb. from Vienna, with intelligence that there is no ehancc
ing of. Ciovornmsnt supporters on the 30th ta January. the speech
being previously rsvis by the Privy Council.
Lord John Russell had sent a circular to members of this House
of Commons requesting a full attendance at the npcning of tho
Sir Robert Inglis has resigned his seat. 4
Mr. Roebuck contradicts the statement that he intends to bring
Prince Albert’s alleged political intermeddling beforvi Parliament.
England is actively recruiting her coast volunteer artillery and
coast defence guard. Ten thousand men are waxile xsrtlons
are so making to man the Navy, and more ships are fitting out,
but apparently to land forces.
9 Government had agreed to send out two steamers, under
POBEIGN NEWS.-SIEVEN DAYS LATER.
Dates from Liverpool, 21st Jan.; London, 20. y ‘
Tbs Royal Mail steamship Arabia, captxluulsins, rmui Liver-
pool, at noon on Saturday, the 21st of January, arrived at Halifax
on Saturday stiel-noon, bringing 79 passengers. u '
The steamship Golden Age,'froiu New york, via Liverpool, for
Australia,'put into St. Vincents for coal, and sailed aghin on the
19th December. All well. ' ’
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- ’ v - whatever of the Emperor hicholas accepting any propositions of r‘
I up to Iha sailing of the Arabia there had been no definite intelli- C,“P‘“" I"“““"”"’ "’ "’"‘"' "" “’"’9 W"-"' - h b l ' . ‘
J ‘T , B h 5.’ co. 1, ye 1 C1 ,1, .1 n enient line as I use recent y made to h and in fact.
i’ genee rrom St. Pelersburgh,as to the decision of the Czarin regard M,,,:f,',7’,.,,,,.,.,"p,'l,’f1"l'a;1,5'," "“ ’”"f “’ l’'”‘ ”‘ 3 ' "W "' that suldit-tent is known to leave very little doubt bf .-nfnhsulura
refusal. The entry of the combined squadrons in the Black Sea
him in ' ere now imlncit
remains no alternative but to have recourse to those means of com-
pulsion and chastiscrncnt which the patience and humanity of tho
negotiating Powers have delayed to the last moment. If the time
or action is at ength ooi1ie,the in re rp yand terrible the
blow the better. It‘ is said, that M. dc Kisselcff has received do-
spatches informing ‘ that he must consider the entry of the
fleets into the Black Sea as tantamount to a declaration of war.
The clipper ship John 0‘Gaunt, from Canton, was wrecked oh‘
Holyhead, and several of the crew were drowned. Her valuable
cargo of teas and silks belonged to Messrs. Gladstone, of Liverpool.
The Daily Ntltir ublishes the continuation of the correspon-
dence in the Rev. zines G. Richmond’! difliculty with Auvitria.
No new facts are presenter .
John Duffy has been approved as United States Consul at Gal-
wav. . ,
The keeper of the Claremont Palace oilicially denirs that any
to the last note of the Four‘ Powers. Europe was awaiting wit
‘ trembling anxiety or the final answer of the Czar, which, it was
apprehended, would be of a character equivalent to a declaration of
;war against’ England and France. His answer was hourly ex-
. pet.-ted. ' .
THE TURKISH WAR.
About two o'clock on the some day, the Austrian Minister visiusd
the Russian Anlbassndor. ' ’ 7
and then pmveeded to ths Foreign Olilce, and after that to the '1
Tuilcries. The appeared, observes a person who saw them, to
be in I state ti ' ion. It is consequently inferred that tho ',
moment for M. de Kisselctf to take the step which has been so I .
long anticipated is at length come, and that unless some new and
unforeseen incident arrive he will not remain long in Paris.
“'3 havs further accounts of the battle of Citale, confirming the
Turkish successes. It appears that the Russians were concentra-
ting A force at Citale, in order to attack Kalafat on the 13th, but on
the 6th dfteen thousand Turks marched out of Kalafat, attackedsnd
stormed Citale, had a conflict with the Russians in the field on the
7th, and renewed the battle on the 8th, ending in the evening in the
total diseomiiture of the Russians, who confess to 4,000 killed. and
"““‘ G‘“"”""‘“"P 3"“ T"‘.""“" “"",‘“"““ , ‘ J rnakiritrto since a fusion of the Bank of France with the Credit
, On the 9:12. the Turks. 1-avmg remained 0'" night on the field ilubillier, and by a bold expansion of currency to prevent the ne-
beyond Citale,sttscked the reserve of the Russians, and drove them cessity of a loan. , Receivers generally wmild then be suppressed,
- bsclsupun xiagm, with the losrcr cannon, and immense slaugh- In: ‘hf, “'h0!:h =33:-:3; re9;i;pJFl>r]t1'l'-e 2:1;-t-:8-(if rgllgngaplezulcn
- ter on both sides. > V A v ' C0 “C” '0" W‘ . “M o ‘"3 W. “ v . ‘
, . l J ,On the 10th, the Turks having razed the Russian fortifications, mfif: ilpiiisffpsliiiihcuTl]floaLlii:ec?ti7rilii:ge‘i‘ria‘iaiiuillghiiniicsd.
j returned to Knlafat. , stuffs between Franco and England to the air: July. > ,
he Tuykg wan commanded in mi, amen by Selim pacpa, Tbs revenue from indirectrtaxes last year shows an increase of
Zodlinzky, and ltlehnied Pacha-one of whom, probably Mehmed, ear ‘
nieetin ofths exiled Bourbon family is eontelnplated there. .
The ‘ranch and English funds are extremely sensitive and had
tluctuated greatly under the various dying rumors. .
The Bank of l"rant-e has raised the rate of discount to five per
cent. It was said the Bank would lend the Government from two
to three hundred millions of francs on treasu rt. . .
Another important rumor prevailed that arrangements were
FIGHTING AT CITALE. -
- we have mliirer from Vienna of the nth, conrnmmgtlis sue,-
restiive defeats of the Russians near Kalatst, and "mu, Cl’
particular:-. n proportion to tho number ngagetl, nothing in.
on the 6th, 7th, 8th,
3 carnage and bloodshed of the battles fought
9th iiiid 10th inst. have been heard of in Europe since the taking
oflsinael. The battle, which began on the 6th, was introduced by
a series of combats and s " 'shes, the result of an attcm t irisd
pm, minions m, .h, M, ,, by the Russian commander to march a force into Lcsserwallachia
is repnned kjllgd, ' . The Dutehess of Orleans, on the 10th December, published .Ilet- to sup -fess the insurrection which had taken place amongst this
' Tn. above i-3......-gas were nmcinlly announced to The p,,,,d, my tsr to the Duke d'.Vcinoun, refusing positively to [join the recent people in fd““',"m‘.“ T‘“k'- .'”"’ O“‘’““‘“ ‘'‘’‘“““'.‘'3‘' M‘ b"‘""’
E.-mu. ,n.r,,..,,;.,,, . . fusion of the Bourbon family, and holding lirmly lo I?! son’s right in honor to mist this proceeding. and sent at first light horse. an-I
afterwards infantry and artillery, to oppose the advance of the Rus-
sians. The Russian advices, received through Vienna, state that
when thrn Turks attacked them at Cilale, on the 6th, their own
number was but 10,000 ; a lctter, however, dated Krajowzt, January
4, reveals that at that date the Russians had 22,000 men between
to the French throne.
It is rumoured that Kl. Tllicrs is not disinclined to accept nllicc
under the imperial rt5at'mr. ’ . . .
Mr. Mason, the American Minister. had arrived at Paris.
There ll very little news from Asia. - -
p , Letters from Trebirzonde, ofthe 6th December, say that Schainyl
had organized a Polish rifle regiment, 1,200 stron-v., He has plenty
’‘ 'serve in Euro
' eminent at Sebastopol, conlbrntably with the orders of '.l'IE.l.‘lI‘illl‘ih
‘ point ofappeariug in the Black Sea.
‘ ments,'which we are desirous of p-l'EEGl'VllIg,.aI‘ld which no doubt
v occurrence calculated to endanger peace.
i . Black Sea, but a rumor was current that the whole ofthe Russian
‘ fleet had sailed from Sebatltopol, consequently the uiuls ofllie allied
,'convoy, (which was under the protection of the nl1ies,) carrying
' port not having szenths deets; they are conseguentl supposed
of provisions and almnunition, and is organizing an arlny at Dag-
(hestari. The Abassians are inalliance with him. V
The Hungarians and Poles,who had been waiting at Constanti-
nople for employment, were shipped on the 2d. of January for the
army in Asia. Klapka declined an Asian command, but offers to
e. . ’ l .
On the stub: January his whole of the allied fleet were in tho
Black Sea. pr ,
Two ships had been sent with the following to the Russian Gov-
and French Governments: p
“ The British squadron, in concert with that of France, is on the
The object of this movement
is to protect the Uttonian territory from aggression oi-‘hostile acts.
we apprise you thereof, with a view to prevent all collision tending ’
to disturb the amicable, relations existing between our Govern-
you are equally anxious to maintain. To this end we should feel
happy to learn that you, animated by these intentions, had deemed
it expedient to give the requisite instructions to the Admiral com-
manding tho Russian forces in the Black Sea, so as to obviate any
(. tgnc , “ REDCLIFFE, ' '
, “ Ilsnovn D‘Hrti.l:rs."
It ms at first intended to send a psrtiun ofthe hr-st only intothr-,
jleel entered. It was further rumore t at Russian ships of war
were ad‘ Erzerouin probably expecting to intercept the Turkish
5,000 men for.-tsia. lllcrchantmen at Constantinople the 9th, re-
have sailed towards Batouln, where, it is surmised, the Russians
have also gone. - . . . v
Around Schautopol and the coast of Crimea the Russians have
erected batteries, and have ertinguishcd the lighthouses.
On the (list of December the Porto made the following modifi-
nations to the note oftlle four powers; rim, Instead of the evac-
Bay. as a naval station. a Price 400,000 tbalers. - -
preserve the strictcstnenti-alily in the event of war, and that France
will enforce that neutrality.
The greatest activity prevails in the French navy-yards.
operatives are ordered to work on Sundays, and every ship is tobe
htted for sea immediately. A levy has also been made of allthe
seainenbetween twenty and forty years old, and all the Newfound-
and flsherinen are dralied into the fleet. Stores for forlythousand
soldiers are ready for shipment at Toulon. ‘ r l ',
. sivlrzzltlmlvn. . ,
The session of tho X-‘edcral Council of States were opened at
Berna on the 10th, in view of the war prospects. The Executive
asks a grant to station a body oftroops on the German frontier.
that town and Kalafzit. The critical battle was fought on the Stb.
when the Russians lost the enorrriolis number of 5, 0 killed amt
wounded. The bayonet and Minie rido were, as at Oltsniiza. thu
weapons most in request, although the artillery did great execution
on both sides. As at Olteiiitza, alx4o,tllo Russian officers tzu.d'ei'ed
severely, and it is said that two Russian Generals vrcre badly
ounded On the 10th the Turka, having driven the cm-my In
Krajowa, were led back to Kalafal. This frost had broken up, and
the ice in the Danube having almost entirely disappe.-trad, no fur-
ther dilhculty was experienced by the Turks at Kalatht in main-
taining their conuuunication with 'iddin. "' '
Kalafat, of which so much has been laid lately, is a town of
2,000 houses-is surrounded with walls, has n quarantine, I to
The Diet opened the lstlr. 'rlis‘Dulrc‘.i speech illlicstes ade-
sire to settle the religious dilricultics peaceably. Letters from Cal-
rus s o s 13th, says posititrel that In an-sngernsnt has all-t-zuly
been consummated between the Church and Govemlm-nt.' ‘
DE1x')l.-iltli. ' '
Russia has made overtures to Denmark for the purchase of the
Island of Bornholtu. ‘,
I ,. PRl;'SSIA.l I
Prussia has completed the purchase from Oldenburg of Jslitls
AUSTRIA. s l
France is understood to regard it as settled that Austria shall
- l . ‘ ITALY. , . . 4
The Roman states are suffering greatly from scarcity offaod. es-
hall, a custom-boust-, three churches, and a cavalry barracks.
the chief plan: of a' Iuh-administrator’: district. The redotibtti
raised by the Turks are of great extent and ve strong. ,Theyarn
partly raised on two high hills in the plnin of luilafif, about a ruilu
distant from earls other, and have I numerous artillery. i All the
neighboring rountry iseoinrnonded by these hills in suclia way that
no approach to the Danube can be made. In 1828 those hills were oc-
cupicd and forlihed by the Russians. Between ‘Vlddin and Knlafat
the Danube is little less thaiiamile wide, and the course of itisverv
rapid. The island in which the Turks arc fortihcd is situated i'iCni'
the lclt bank; it is partly covsrvd with wood, and is defended by
strong intrenchlnents in earth, bearing large srtillcry. About
“fidilin the Turks have constructed a ncw citadel, accordino to all
theruleso art. ‘ - i ' v ' . ”
A letter from Orsova, of the 7th, informs us that on the last day
of the old your thero was f-igllting on three points-narnt-ly, at
afat, Tulnn, and Giurgero. The Russians would not tolerate:
the circulation rvfsny reports in the Prinelpalities about the event.
but gave out themselves that " they had hold all their ositioris."
e Russian hospitals were dlling with the wound . who. to
avoid excitement, were brought into the town in the night.‘ This
precaution, however, only stimulated the imagination of the pso-
Froln Bucharest we learn that an the 1st and M inst. wag.
gone full of woun were arriving both by night and day ; its the
nation of the Principslitics as soon as possible. say within hfleen to
twenty days alter the acceptance by Russia. Se he renew-
‘ I :1 of treaties to be with s ecial reference to the integity and inde-
pendence of Turkey. The Port: will ameliorate her administra-
tive system alone and spontaneous] . ' pl N9
On the receipt of this st Vienna, the llngli.-ill, French. Austrian
and Pnissian representatives met, and drew up a protocol, stating
that the Porte‘s terms were good and satisfactory. ey were im-
mediately sent ad‘ by.Couricrto St. Petersburg, where they ‘woul
arrive about the 19th. ' '
The Parts’: demand is, that the note shall be tlehnitely accepted
or rejected within forty days from January the 2d, and ci-
- palities evacuated within from twentv to thirty days from the date
of the Czar’: letter of acceptanc his llsmantl is on the way to
St. Petershurg. > i l ' <' I ' ’ '
On the 12th of January the B tish and French Minister! at ht.
- Petersburg also communicated to the Russian Ministers afforelgn
Adhin the sntry oftlie allied deet into the Black Sea. The Czar’:
reply was not known when the Arabia sailed, and all Bumps was
anxiously awaiting it, as indications had already transpired that
‘er-ins. A scarcity also prevails at Na-
of G. dc G. Boring had railed.‘ i .
I city could hold no more, the villages round were made to take
The ease ot’M. qarhonne, the American citizen, is stillunsettlod. ‘ '
charge of the sudbrers.
The population of the live districts composing Little “'allachi:r l
, , are in a slats of indescribable excitement. Tbs Russians had ‘
by b“l-""" thought it pnident to seize .1 number of
em up in a convent, it being ‘
Bessarsbia, as had, until Iheli. bran the praL‘li(‘F. At Bucharest,
it was thought that the VVal.lachian militia would soon be,hmkt-n
, up, with a view to the absorption oftlle men in the Russian ranks:
, - GREECE. ‘ . as it w‘a1sdftJun<l iinpolssible to do unypggrg :53. phimrhile my
The rohibition to ex on breadstulfs from Athens - to "9“.“." 9" “““""“ ‘"g““‘““"“' ' ,, We . “ ‘ d "illxchim
M:irt:h1’d1, and free impiirt permitted to same date. A siliiiirriilteydhrd “W”. N "0 "V". “’ “ '“‘ """"‘Y- “‘“‘ .“ E“ “ii at the risk
occumd 5,119,,“ the “,5 Greek, ma rpmks “ Lamar“, and the Em‘ of their hvcs had rallied to the standard of their liege lord the Sul-
ish Consul had gone mu, ,0 some it‘, . . tan. A number of the ‘hi allachian clergy have been so bold as to '
' leave out this name of Nicholas I. from the Liturgy of their church ' ’
substituting that ofthe Sultan Abdul Mcrl'id. i '
the 7th dl'January. Tllepolic oftlie Neapolitan govemnu-nt in
Turkish atfairs will follow tho lead ofAustrio. ’
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The units. by the AH-bin, arrived in town from s...i....,' on
Tuesday; from them we continue the narrative of the Turvtn
Russian ditliculties with the following :-
he woul at once withdraw his Ambassadors from France and DET “LS OF THE ‘VAR K‘, r p ccommodmon ’f -
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'E“g"T‘d' "id f"""'"’ ‘l"I7‘” ""' N‘"h'""’ 71" '5 "”m,‘"', Advices nu. rescliod Paris from st. Petersburg, of the 12th or Flff‘,“‘n;j:‘“;::f 3’?“,:gl‘:;;f“:‘s“a::figrii;f‘cFher fI:CelS,:=‘I)i"iciInl:‘d-clot.hls1: I‘
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las.. ' .. . ,. p - . einius ave n .
.wCe)liii‘-’‘I.'liarsrpoolr'eones&onden:1n:ird:‘ lsxprangenrefntz ts have tell- living in a stats of religious exsltstion, regarding: himself as the :':“’:‘;:ft’i":“‘:,’.“'r:I”"’ 0”" c""""P"f"‘l‘"’ 301'-!1I0tVl‘7ItI1N',0 glVf '1’ Q .
egraphedffiolin ienna s ins it me zelwvrl s 1"! "P cboseninvtrument undo: the hand of God to drive the it sl m 3 ’ . . i ' ., i
l ‘ r W” "‘‘‘'‘‘:l' ‘E "J" m :;:'i:h:h;‘:;'l‘;’h:':idn:: Rachedatha from Europe, and iinly regretting that he nlioulil have all:iw:drM lobmte,Ii:::l:ntll):rid.id:rihi:iillisii';? of any nedihmlmipldialfstb:-d ‘ l .
‘, esum I . . . . .. . Verso so 2 on = ‘
,-, ‘jf 5“ " ' 1" l’ , r . many years to pass by without fuldlllng his destiny. slruu. ordt. hrcolu and Sinope. ’ ' " - g- ’ Jr 5
ll ' - The populace at St. Petersburg have worked themselves up to me do“ 7?. "P“"'p‘;‘“!" “"3 Pm‘ Cofmvlmldcnl Ugh “ml “r I l
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- , GREAT BItl’l‘A.IA. ‘ eh. highestpitch pl ranui.-..m,cbc.nng the Enlperorwhenoyer Adah my demhfe. $r,"'eatiBngofrtl:‘=:‘;1;-:Irl;;sI:o:rnoif!‘; $351,136 .
, phmmmmy pnpmmm m Mgmplinx. . he appears in public with the vriltlest enthusiasm, and dt-notincing up com -“My. Yet am“ 3,, than mnmding ucounm "' m A,‘
, Loyd Abepdegn was to read the Queen npeech to 1 private meet- u traitors all who dare to speak of peace. p enabled to form [onpg idga of the stats of snairs. The Rpssnns
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