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Title: The National intelligencer and Washington advertiser
Alternate title: National intelligencer & Washington advertiser
National intelligencer, Washington advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Smith, Samuel Harrison, 1772-1845
Gales, Joseph, 1786-1860
Publisher: Samuel Harrison Smith
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: October 16, 1810
Publication Date: 1800-1810
Frequency: triweekly
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 31, 1800)-v. 11, no. 1579 (Nov. 24, 1810).
General Note: Publisher varies: Samuel Harrison Smith and Joseph Gales, <Sept. 15, 1809>- ;Joseph Gales, Sept. 3, 1810.
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Related Items: Universal gazette (Philadelphia, Pa. : Nov. 1797)
Succeeded by: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. : 1810)

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..SAN AND PORrUGAL. turidy enrich: that on Monday the S'. FI'. ... '. Tr. *-.* .7 .
S ''" 'T : "* -c "E OF ',vernor ie.quez).'d to capi,,Lla, with: : rot tcd ani no actual they s .- '. ..-.' -
ItoleTH conditions that thc place should be E .r : -r i- d .. -d.' .. ., ly .. ... ...-. ..
SEPTEMBER- 2.d.liitcled to the elh iny, but tl-.t the of the Arr.: -1 t .A ..:I '. .. E,' .r [.',I. event*, :, r .;. 'L .1 ... 1 : 1
Extract from dsfizatches from is Ex- garrison and i.Iaii rii s slihoui- -be per- "ir/in..'', :t.'. S ,t. I '. a.'..ns and ... l..:.r, ii .I. .. W ..
elency .1/a'- 'a! *c .:r to t/e ni terl 10 l join 0 i; a;m y ; wvlichii pro- '" I ear >.; b. 1 .rI I* l :. ; k I riL I t :' a : 'a *
1,AM minister oqf W ar, p,, l haavi heen celi-.ed, a:.d the Pi .id.-lphi.. s- c,.. ,*...' t, :C. r,-- c,:'a-1 ,', ii, .-,ir al tothe p .'.:; h. :.,:/; :t ,.. .l.
A'- 3 .T .?'-i.?. i:ng reconmmnc-C d, Ieg vernor he'd ferring to I-e r..u.i i. i co n' e : de- t '.. ; It r a r. o in, .-... o i' i,. '
in. the m-irni.:-, of the C Orli, c.ur, -,i( a, I..r.p~ a he hand aany ammnrr nitimn try. d ne o !oh e, lhai tla.-i ait crinT s Ami-.i. a a d ac ;; : :.',r -.
mT y 'earne.'I th t tie cremi v.ere ti:iri,: i l ainiia iinul, upon its beiig whli-iy "1 There exists --l.-.no a.1,-.;er.S.io wi li b dad l i ..-:. .r '. 1t' il, one obie L'.:",ion, ,, l.e
up.:.n Airncl-i. In the alfcrno.on, c: ptnrit.d, he s uricrnderi d yesteidIy that E ,ngl.li iu) m ,pp. e h0 wi,;,, Ierrrsh t jy T .Ih, have committed, city o ..,., .... ... .
the 2 thli, and in the moi nib.t of the morning ; after this the enemy te l ing I dl r.ia vig tifis cuntnry o the a J the nure ,.), .s tit- e were.done '.crr.,:- .', :, .- ..... ,. .
6li, oc ,,,!d not dlico' er v.Lat r..r .led to i. ..>lJi, f thie e..rris-j. I ;rency, an)d on that account the J lu "i '**, -':'u 1 evil irti ,on on their ,contr ... .",-.._. ,"e
passing t .it A\lmin il., on a c a:unt >the cilther to t1:: tithrm int.) thit erviceof .i f Car;hag n:i, has 1ade i 1uch de P.1 r,,' I al the y' ',ne of criminal .y are .' -' .... '. i. :, .. L. r,
'bbscuri,) the tinospiiei e.. TUron 'i el i m .er'.,: r.r to ed ti ar.) lu dto F nce '.lar tion yet ; there is, however, no i.d .u.'. Ir t e- irh..o.rw r. 'eaes r ..%, A. .... :.., '. .' ,.e
2 till 3 in the afcrr-c.'i r.f li th, .s pr:suneri of" wr, the I tte:" r(i'r w, as doubt, that they are determined A h P y result l'ivn alsoj crowi n-i e. i One n, .' ,. ,-' ,, ,-.11
when the v nilier bLci-ne n...i e L.ic Li, cepCrd by ithe ai ra r o,i. their indep dencc .fom Spaiu; a.nl ed tie mrnri oriotl ., p rti,,tic ex{c i,.,ns, o ,-,r it ..i ft.- e ....... -.e he
yhof thekaooridAtj,.bmenifhIers W tile Uw," T "l icLi by lit '".1 -: i -1
a %ry bri k firing o. both c.k, wa T|,; Lc-, .'unt deserves credit, as r.r,.- by 8-pp.osiig it or puttim., of the ,-o,.e, ,embers ol the Su.- r fmc p.r .'.it b" lhc l. .i t,,..
isir.a: .cd. On the 27:1'., ii wa ob. coqin,, flom an eneUia. : and it is obstacles in the way, would lose t1 pict .ie Ju.a of.Carthagena to c .,b rf the r. 1 i .- t -. ,i, a' '.-e it
:ervcd thiat Il, e t fiiwi, ctr.ti, i..d, Juut p tly confirmed, as I'ha1 an o appr,,. fI'ie,..hi o :tii-, r,.uw ) It is lisha.just government for rthe happi- sthe ,nly i, .. : .e :a '.:;1,i 1a
with less aci i v. ail near t o in luity of obserini tiiha there was a it..... hil;i ; i.l.o he accounts ness of ti, 1 Peo)( c,jA, s.. tilar o tihe go- Prc hle-r ul '. 1. a,, *C-r i,
t.he -ficirno n. ITt ,Jterr .,ruik r n-, ,, : icc ..at:'ion of hosil ie I Ir-m, on. ;I 0he Ii..,1. '..r..cC.. I c ,n t 1.:V eC "a Cruz, tile rernment i their t.ve c ,u i ., ,ybur oninu ,ice ..,f1 h, ho.sile ac ts, li.ts
,Itween lan o'loC.k and rn,,hite it ,ri..rr, n ia il r, ine at ri h on iar, c't ii:es *h,-. had the d1:clnr:i,'rn petitioners pray, that an act of muii- in secu:-r. .s the pL!.uor.
'as repeated .ith g;real t :i o .: I. 'y, ami i th.. l t ,.1 that h!,ur the fl,iig et k hI cin,,.. :: ,,r- by til. hal, I'.. ti... .u ;, ,.. y ,',-, b. c..u ofb, rn Anria o A ,, r, D,, ir ',-
after %hich we did not lear a- il.l r, co.nmm cnced, arl contiru ail until t r, a n ; tr':, ., ,k r hir e .':xi,.o, plired in tieir ber ll ; and, ir, conse- e liere ik, J.aclhim Car.*'.,,t,
shot. in the riorning, v. ihen it a ainr tioally i t..u ed I. ..-. ,,i,,., v'. i.icr. the quence of what they ,.v e pept,.,i,l. ln i ,.,a-l il:.r-lla, tt-a,,:.st ,,,.
29 h.-Amllh fcl 1 ,. tinto the eCI d. In, I u. 'J, I-. ." o,:.-. .,I mosthumbly pry and-hope, a Exelle, incy I pics.l see i.n-
.'ands if' the eiem vy or the r .h : k A reatexplosion was 3 M -o heard at I l* -l -. 1' L ; I .,, o ,. w hk, .i iI,-,n ;11 tm :."t,:d tl..;ni, I e c i r; r.er t wi l oa lt :.:y c. m -r .-i; e:.'t:" .
until 2h.. 56th hai enemy Tta0de no o ad"nced pa,,as, a,,,d i o,,.creu ,,c since k t .,J- .:, rher e ih they we sh.verled ih h ; s
general rr. veme;., i. n ti.e r,it.!. be- ol ,.la that te st eeple of the church .1 I Vice King, ,c.,,u, .co,bin,,u ced still tosu ra th t tr may t rg .eve pety they n'.
,tween: the '5ih ahn'd pt ,. ..1, .in t' t ace wa d' 3 :', Jyd, a d t ,I u r. II .:a "I.I. td e i u t be p, m itd t.- c ur to thoi. o-n ,have itthe r.:.ovince. :r,".t .td,,'-th.al n
ni : ,- ...F a ,c.,.,.in .lr,.-d Il.e ,.1 the u l se unroa.,r e ,..! .\.,.,- ., '. Ve have ,no :at country, to their di.tres.ed and vretch-. amei.ble to ithe jud. r t f I',!i. I-
up, n-.i! there was a os O c ex- | n.- ed that th*is account Pd s c il.;cr. and iel. -e% verr:ment, wl h w l ic :P,. .,[iy be
pl.ci.n rs of portvr, in ct ,-..ce I a ha this account tay p -e b it i. : d.. :h will join otrever in .the player ol bound h, nt.,.ie y..u: Ix ,.;..
of the bomb hik i b t .. c t n is m r. e -en, l Ip s' :are n rst. te t ,, your pettioners. D ...;,,,.,, DI.,-I of .!t. c,,..iri
T]at .ccidcnt dcs ov.:-d I.." t a ~~, ay giVe me te s .tisf. c n to .a : re rk. 1 s a e 4 .'i -ta, 22d-.ug. 1810; te'nte lorlh p.uL.l.c ,o- i, whi,
t ,.ld n '.. hl aat tthe loss of Ahrneida, and the 'l k tue10old ot, he I :L t I. wh.-
town,tu.dkkilled nanyariiI,,, ,,,d ..n b" y loss oft A eid, o and the u irop ,,,t o: 01t t:.;i--e Spdaiards is Signed by ck v.n piVorne s.] we hold rou, ..v; 1, e -.-.-
iti pnt.. h.i al.lurnon lei i. d ;sm0.5n by the enenmy of the mili- ... ti lt 1)LS tA in M : -mI; God rrc-; -ve your e ..ui: ,
a ".. ." k I, F t,,' ll, n L ,-a-,
of t lhe oariirc-n ,13 .alto d d-t:-.... tt e'j tal" c nod prosi 'hicit Decrce.fthe Junta. I"e). ?-oa ote".ccote>a. rs.
A, ,. -.. ,ca .. .. ... .. ,,, ., -e -taai:ljt, h nd no,>t .. crn. ,:c -l orth.. I O er: "- a "Fr .2;1: of- heDeDcr f the Unta. n P 5, .,! ,t'I.rs 1 .
,e,.,tah hasn,:tber,..,c ,ienr t ,J"" D.,-1J sa...':a F ,5th S ,5 18t,
Al u oI"' ct:h.ied u : r i; ta ..r av ie lalt of tle gu ernor, or .af the .' Tahn 11" I..1t -" ,- a e., 'TL Government Hall of the Supreme Junta (. ntc)c
s4 tir.n,.'., thli, ., ole; .,or. r,,' ..n" .r .. r.rs Ic .nin bere H'a i,.a., wh..., ofCarthagena, Aug. 23,1810. D N JU. E M IGU L PE.
of ponder is c.t,lig.d to treat vri -e .vilr.I I 0 what place they ". 'Ihe present iovcrniment t cornid ce Fresent
S ., on, le : h. II.. d-a.-,:. l t tlcrrphce commntieation weie bound, I,~ a 'i ,aiin' ''-, that his r.ItajQst ha7 cua'c.k, To Exemo-Presid?.n Ic
li 1t tn.I.L -, i a sh oti IC c .: a-- ui r iu. gi, a or I-.i.. iI.rlJi luri,:,i.el) c:p..iia,,., i o r vhoin I. P. !.', 1n, t equa! grace to other individuals ui, of .,a rthagen.
rr,-, arId lhat th- i,. ,,iilj .,.,.- I....>-c r he .an lct did nhr Iper- 4q. of .- .or... ,,n,,, ,... ,, .r oftat e ame e a. / .,.p r rth r .agen .
lio be pernaittcd 10to as .tae p a -E ; ira us to a'l i.iir.elves of it on Sun- tic beicv,, l. -,., ,..i peiltimn cans, which evn ta ie suaf. r,-d 1r,.ch A. 'I" 'e -l' F ro. m I s or it., a,
but M a-,-ei a r tu. l ,- l- C Cii .-c c. i.l,. n..' dIt i,.a t',e rea.tr pat of on their behad, f, atnd .,, hn liberat- morre ; and on the part h,.>* j .,% ,, ste Su.p r :. t t i i ', .. I i ,. '.
.ar,d thicLeni t c.,1 repeat he lie il', I I Mur-dav, and when the .atmosphere ed. The I- i- w-.ei, tfl:.;nt. fi.->i suitable it is ii this goici rmcet, i a sent by.express to thii i..c.
did n- ,urL i,.,,r pi i..:ni : r I, I, .1 C.i on t)the little dIy, I a i.uhJI il- thiai a copy of the f.ri,:.,r, ,,j ,t Ci,:e, ril'e to '. -.vc r. ,',. f Unit : -'-.
fact, .t. -aI'',h.;\, j, it,, I,.tit,,k. ht. 1,,I.t h-e governor was: comn u i11,in '"l....e,:
fact, :ht. .e governor was co i tin enab;..; me to nci-u ., ed S i desire to onserve the ,
The pl.I.cc surrendered in :1.t man- with I.L t.~ y. for you.", best ;,arnuiy and consideration with "2" S'''t ) i 1 S
: ..i '.i e '. l;. lI, r ;, a: i ,,u. .. .,, ( -.'l i. ..i ht. l .. SLM' l t -..] P S. 15;h 'p'.-.-T ihe -. :Ie i ,l-i..jli.. of North A eA.*- it 1'romo .',,:.. !' t 3I- ;.
e:~ erc.:d lihe ces: of their rca,, ... tra,.cn wi i tihe at my so near to tihe beinki stiil here, I isa tl o im :n o.., lireuy gr..i.atlhe liberty iu: ia.'lri the At hait an ia.,- a ,I r ne [a the
Tile cr.cn ir ., d .ie ithe:. I- cI- pLre, i h ve to lan ntcr t h t I i'.d not ~. A drt-.i',' dal ,I his ,I s subscribers petition in tli;s memorial e .1. !"h- .., *, .
l c. t.g a in i.; t ,a 1. ol k ,. 3 ,n'pnr ..cerni.ir. IJtO-S L.u i,-.- ^-- JosiM.. GAcIa de TOLEDO, a1) ,01 oorr men iln-.ri ,.:'1, it
Cert iC.t.. or c...-r- .,,l. "I..Q... .a0- 11 .., ., a t he l Ic -sI5-cr-rnertI i I -..i c .--,rtr r.,i, .. .. _. ix --
p ot it; i.. ,i Ic-e Ia. i.ot ,a 'ii.- T he enem y twice yesterday au.ack ...t .a .. cI -t, tc a ..., Jo E .I B a. i a K ... ,- -2 f r "t a.u, 'tr, ..e a '' '."''
,man '...: 11 o. -efl going to Fran:ce- ed out piquets ; but they made thaktat- but the neighboring provinces not be. Secretary andr4Member." ,,c ...:'--a .. ---
as a r;,"r." Tii' is a noble exam- hack weakly ; in otih t.y were repul- iTg ripe yet to join them, they were last, like lions. se Ztd up.or t. ,17t.
-ple, and does much honor to t.he in sed; in the afternoon, thty obliged induced at ..i, to acknowledgee the au- SPANISH AMERICA. erand gutrdas of the prison they
tion wnn we -l tat ensir Stephen Coton to c n s rityof the Vice King of Santa Fe, Translation inom an official publicationn wound and slay many ; and t ail..r
tir' 11-...:-, part of them were militia. posts to this side of Freizeda ; in who had not only promised them to by the government of Carthagena, possession of their arms, clothe them.
\ 1.i information we have <... ., i these skirmishes tie captain of the forget their opposition, but also that received at the ,/ of the Federal selves in the dresses of the slain-
from prisoners, who were afit wat(as i h''-'t drag oons, No. 16, named Lygon, tu:ey should retain a provincial junta. (a-ette, then running to the barracks, attack
takeoI. Thus was Almeida iost by an ,, wouit'ded, and also two soldiers of But the Vice K ,ng, again reinstated, t h GOV MNT Oe guards, who were but few, (being
accise.-. -,! n.It ,,. the futilt of the regitsenl of royal dragoons. kept no promise, lhad them all impri- GoE z1 diner hour) are killed ; they seizc-
the .f .al U oa Iii ene- soned and many condeinned to death. T IAClrA f upon tlai nI-, a.. Iin a small *c
SThit ev- .ould ot ht v chap A piquet of this regiment made a On the 2d of August some of the pi. The Suprm J a of t ,oftime enter te interior, where ley
.' t cd e e h- valiant and bold attack on a party of ns t their guards; a .ch has been ei.,ed the w c d captain Limeno Don Nicola
r. but foraa ,txa-oI ,a- tnr., CC- cvt t osettkilled captain Limeno, Don Nicolas,
a .- I,. ':uforee, e te enemy's ,,.and calvary t bloody conflict e.]- of of this day, on the communications Gaup & Don Joaquin Viilaspesa, capt
o.ne, ,' r ,: a'-' C and tie result was .u a...l, i r,. they w Q troops from Lirma which had been at received by express f tom the So- of the battalion, aud many of the sol-
,, ,-.e '..n ..e or ..:r a te-c some prisoners,. Qito, since lat year, was let lose preme Junta of Santa Fe a-::e diners. But as these brave you,.:
itwo t' '- F, t for f .r -, -The 2d corts commanded by gen' upon the people, and they have mur- ly wishing, tat the noble and wei were not seconded, they were at
LI'rd ai. ,uI would have known TRenier has not made any ino- 1nIr.t dered of men, women and ca-.. n*-h. e-::- inhabitants of thib province l .;nth o,,,ne and killed. ThI.
that extraordinary .-. : of importance since the last dispatch about four thousand, and plundered the should have immediate information the undeiiaking remained unacco&.n
which madc-it necessary that plice that I transmitted to your excellence, stores of the C. .:,, .,-l merchants. the .a evt s i han it en polished The order had previously
. ,, ,, I ,, i 1-.... .I r .., -h A' patrol belonging to that corps e, On the 5th of Sept. one thousand arm.. I;-e h tie city a ., or- been given for the execution of every
he uld not suppose to be the cse Icountered a squadron of dragoons ed volunteers set off for the assistance. 'r o ..i em i i prisoner without exception, and in.
.;,, ... ,. -.... :, rence) and ha'- which consisted of a part of the Bri of Quito, end an equal nQiunber had ration and pity, which mL.st alternate deed was effected on twenty;-
,li .1. .1. -,,I ,ith ii Al.,,, tish regiment No. 13, and of the Por- r,. 1 fro. C the intermediate provincerly affect every mind over whom na- among who were Dn Joan Sa
.. --' t.. -> Ie:i,,t No. 4, belo..:, It..t, en I tlaFe and Q...it--, viz. Po- lure or humanity holds rule, have e de- linins, Don Juan de )ios Md'ales
bhabic a. 0 *wotitid have obugetd tie the armv u,.cir the command ol gen. payan and Pastor. Three days of ermined to publish the following do- Don Manuel Quiroga, Daon Juan P,,.
enemy o rise' the siege. Hihi, and was comnianded by captain public mourning were observed at San. .cements in which the horrid barbar- Arenas, Don Riofrio, Don Jose Xavie,
.,I-- I-I.:- X White of the same regiment *No. 13; to Fe, and the same will take place ties are detailed. Ascusubi, Don Nicholas A':u.ilra
From the Lisbon Gaze'tc of 3d Set. this encounter took place on the 22d here, for their brethren destroyed at Fr,,:.. the government of Santa Fe, Do Juan de Larrea, &c. Ti'
Cop'y n0 Ds;spatcih o !:n i.is Excel- inst, and the result of it was that the Quito, The Vice King of Santa Fe c The hostile preparations with troles, immediately sallying forth
iency Lord Viscount WVeii:;;taon -eiei.y' s i-.;M-..'l was wholly taken, with a3id several of his council are at pre- which the despotic government of the composed of the Limenian soldiers
to hi?'. ... ..-':, l.:'.a Migelt ..- -r.e e,.-t..i',,n of the captain and one sent here in prison. No blood has Vice-Roy and Audi rceC. hate armed on horse and,foot, put to death leier
eira I-Foa. "- soldier, who I have since heard were been shed either here or at Santa Fe." themselves against tlhe illutriaous city one they met) men women and cii:1
Most illustriousand. c.i-- i --Sir, killed. I transmit a copy of the ds. of Quito, have f'from *September last dren.
The'enemy opel-led their fire upon patch which I.rv. gen. Fane sent to Petition of the Americans in pri- furniished us a foresight of the mis- In this confusion, the bishops an
kAineida late on Saturday -I:,,., or gen. Hill relative to this skir-nish, son and condemned to hard labor, at fortunes which threatened that city. priests came out, cr\t.lv:,-i- to.a1
rather in the morning of Sunday last, whichis doubtless greatly to the crc- Carthagena, presented by I. F. EeK'- At the same time that the cities of San- pease the tumult, which was now ris
the 2,ch hinst. and Fregret thai. I have t;t and proves the bravery of captain ARD), esq. ta Fe, Carthagena and Socorro were ing beyond control. The people be
to add that thiey obtained possession ,f 'White and .all the allied troops who a 7o his eecellency the President, L7 oppressed, in common with all places ing intimidated the town was given u
the place in the course of the right of had a share in it. Hon. members of the Supreme which in the least hesitated to offer i to be sacked by the soldiers ; whe

the "27th i:-an. .There has heen .o movement or oc- -ap ,- I warehouses
lth 27t ins ini. There has been no movement or oc- Provincial Junta of Carthagena. up that incense and adulation, to which stores, warehouses and dwellings wer
.I .cytot cori l r.-t your excel- currency omy last iancehin whiemho- Your petitioners are someofthose their despots had been fortwo centuries emptied. In the house of Don Lewi
lecy that this unfrie evt f- rasince my last dispatch whch or- fortunate menwhoin the year 1806 accustomed. Did they not insist that Cifuentes they obtained 12,000 do
,. me senoibry ; o.try is it wto warded to your excellence ienpecn .,-,,..t .- .. .-tn hnrd 0 we should condemn as crimes the: lars. The well assorted store of Do


whai 1 had r..easin to anticipate, can-
.iot \ the manner in which the ga'r-
rison was povir.i. (I,',.rhi every v thing
necessary : I .. ,I. ,- :-of the pace,
.. r ., -' .;' ...... ;i. i of its fortifi-
cations, and the sp it and courage
which, as bad unders'tod from the.
g,-r) ior. t-o v-i r isT i, ,-- i ; 1'or
all t .- .,- tc ason-;: I e citedd tl at tiKr
.pi ..i ;1-Ui h re hei out to theg ast
cf r in shC-iu i ib 11 no <7 .1''a1-:
y .. c: ;;': it ; anpd G ', A-.t '. i lkSi
.:" l.} oeiny wi. L-t '.l *.AyviAd untitil a
ia'e petiid oi tho se;o(A.- .
1 have : -i -_; ,. upon which I
;,'re;iv o .'rt:.ivs e tio 'the cause ofits sur-'
ruwiiicr. Some iris.':.er's *- k!e yesier-
d v ., was baomr pruoo) L.!.2W up on Sa-


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the transactions in this yptt :t the ,rancisco Miranda's- vessels. They
t tcouatry. th "-emy beg leave niost humbly i.,tCa., 'that
In the north of Spain the enemy they were unacquainted with the in-
marched on the 20th inst. a small bo- tension of the voyage, but. r:inb.t d
dy of.infantry and cavalry towards Al- s mariners are used to do, to gi-in a
canizas; but geat. :,, .a; marched maino'enaicra by the hard labors to
from Braganza il. that direction ; in which the. '- ,air_.- life is exposed,
consequence of which the enemy im and that, as far as crinilinali might
,a I' .,P .!, retrea-ted. ",. 1 ., Ie u ti.' i I ,.; .i- of irai n-
Mv last accor.tts from Cadiz are to da, your petitio)ers-s had n1o share in
hea L6tih inst. 1 toarn by them thai th Li-. Morceover, they most hlutibly
Get. CJiiin i. as on the point of send- conceive, as they were subsequently
ing f., ai C'adiz 2000 men towards the informed, that Francisco Miranda, and
Tagus. Nothing extraordinary had the officers of his confidence, went
occurred in that quarter. not for the purpose of inimical attack,
I have the honor to. be, kc; and that his expedition was by far too
WELLINGTONT iaconsiderable for such intention, but
WELL r' thc, to offer friendly assistance,


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heroic virtue of a Montufar, Qdiroga,; Manual Bonlls was entirely destroy-
Morales, Salenas and Larea? 'But ed, as well as those of many others,
they failed in their attempts ; and from ', to the amount of 259,000 dolls. Theos,
that instant their ferocious souls pledg-. events tock place the same evaninrll.
ed themselves for the extermination of The city beitag garrisoned by the ar-
the father of their country, of the 'i:;ry and troops, in the night t1n
l'ioldler[ of our liberty. Their ma- occurranqce took place ; ibu on the
chitiation were discovered in Cartha- following (ay wt.s publisticd by b:-
gene,and their downfial enforced -at of drum, (as sell tQ restranl tih e;.-
Saita Fe. But thty slcd the blcod Ccesses of he troops, who stiil coi
our brethren in Pore ; the streetsofthe tinued to riot in murders, rapes, ant
town of Socorro were made bloody ; all the horrid outrages of a barbarous
and the citizens of Quito were victims soldiery sacking a populous city,) a$
to their iniquity. How dreadful are to give notice that as the said prison-
the expiring struggles of agonizing ers were the origin of this disorder,
tyranny The noble city of Quito they should be pursued with very ex-
hath been witness to its iast efforts. ertion to bring them to justice. Thq
They saw their dearest sons, without people however continued tht c-.'