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the first, and was‘ the consequence of its origin‘. ' To see to which must be imputed the misfortunes and the duration of this'war,‘ it will be sufficient to refer to its .eause, ‘and to-recollect that the intervals of ‘peace,- or rather .the short truces, duringr which nations have breathed, have been owing-to France. The aggression did not proceed‘ from France, neither in 1792, when she was invaded; neither in>the year Seven, ‘when the treaty of Campo Formio was broken; neither in the year‘ Eight, .when the Russians came across Germany 3nd Italy, to menace our frontiers; neither in the year'l‘en, when the treaty of Amiens ,was violated; neithert at the epoch vof the invasion of Bavaria,‘ when .the peace of Luneville was disavowed; vneither at the ‘epochqrwhen- the :treaty of . Presburg was plaeediin-Yéoblivion; neither when the‘engagernents :ofTilsit were abandoned, neither when the-treaties of Vienna and of Paris Mmdon'a in ‘pieces, And was it not on the contrary, France, who, victorious and conquering, consented to the armistice of Leohen, and the peace which followed it: who gvanquished at Marengo only to treat at Lunev-ille ; at Austerlitz, but torestore the greater part‘of her conquests, or to endow thrones with, them; who has not refused an artnis- 1 lice-during the-war, peace during negeciaiiottsyneitlter before the treaty of Presburg, nor beforev that of -'Vienna?---At - this, {moment have not :the preliminary-bases, proposed by" the coalesced “powers, ‘been, adoptedaihyz His Majesty,‘ who declares-to“ .his people, to.his. allies, tohisienemiesh jltad, ,lon his-‘side, ,lheee are noabsla'c‘les to‘, 1/1! ire-establishment bf‘ Peace.;-¢+~#Thesej truths, Gentlemen, asafar as'irélates IOJPII'BQ-i

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merits already become the immutable patrimay of history; in: what relate> to- more .riccetttsvents', :they will he proved by the

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the Ministenfor Foreign Affairs, of‘ which: His Majesty calls; a ICommissiorrga'namod’ {mm ‘aiming you, ‘to take cognizance..-#-'-,Whilst‘tpegociating, ithe coalesced ‘powers’ .Wjiiw'liiulhl continuahee of hosflilities.’ By that theyhane sliewn us the measures which‘; thesafetyolithetstatelmcllthe honour of the

v pirel prescribe. ‘NHfiD Majesty has-‘said Ito-,you, Gentlemen, v‘stations cannot treat imithsmubity, 1 iexeeptohy= displaying' their, Wholestrengthe’ep—Aflutralreadythe energy whichmanifestst itself in alllparts, »the'nuJnerotutie'mimiqvlaichzare' in' motion, '{sufli-; eiently. .make: known :thet'resolt'ition of :the :Frwdm .naaiomtmma intain the safety'ef ‘tits.

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territory, and the honour of itflaw's.‘ ’ "_ Thirst of glory, love for‘ the counti'vy, and‘ the wish for-its prosperity, are vpassions which never become‘e'xtinct' in-ge'n'erous hearts.—They are a guarantee of the zen‘! with which you wil-l‘associ'a'te lyourselves, Gentlemen, in the efforts of the BdmittistrlJ tion, to support,‘ by powerful m'eans of‘de'v fence, l/ie negociali'bns which are going to be opened. Less powerful, fess strong, less rich, less fruitful in‘resou‘rces was France in the year "Eight, when 'threatened on the -North, invaded 'ion the South, torn in pieces in her interior, ex} hausted in her-finances, disorganized in her administration, discoura ed‘in her armies, the seas brought her op'e, the‘victory of Marengo restored her her-‘honours, the treaty of Luneville brought back peace to her.-——! describe this picture, Gentlemen, but for the purpose of again calli back, within and without, the energetlté sentiment of our dignity and of our power; only that our friends and our enemies may; at the same time, understand the thoughts of the Monarch, and the force of the nation, the moderation of his wishes, his ardour for an honourable peace, his horror of a shamefulpeace.” "Mm-‘1i 5’ The Legislative Body gavean authenticated copy to the orators, from the ‘Council of State, of the lmperial'Decree, of which it had just received a communication, as well as of the speech of Count Regnaud Sti. Jean d’Angely, and ordered that the-whole he entered in the minutes, and six copies prinued.-—-—Afterr the departure of the or'aA tors from the'Gouncil of State, the Assembl'y adjourned till eleven of the clock tt» marrow precisely.- "31M -»-' 1W3" ‘ t- - - to sulaittii/I 1m‘ ml‘” m: . ' 3.1m: filth!‘ I'Rti‘ ' *u'(_ o) aaotiosq - yLoNooNtGAzsrTsEXTRAOanmAMs '10 Q"- ,i L Q“. 22, ,lsl3s-rmilzztla #1 "i N (Oontinued' from page 816.] mm" ‘of Aclten, on the left bank, a little'lowet down‘ the river, was fortifying, under the direction ‘of Count =Wo'ronzow, in ‘ such‘ a manner aseto render it a place of consider‘ ‘able strength, while preparations/‘were ac‘? oelerating for constructing a bridge there. ‘—'—*—~fln the'mean time, the enemy, wlih appear to have had no idea of the passage of‘thb Elbe,- at Aelten, ‘sent strong detach‘ments of troops ,to occupy Dessau' and the lltteof the Mulda, and employed themselves in tbirewing-up ‘works, as ‘well before that town as in front of the tete-de-partt'at Rosslittt, with intent to impede‘ the passage’ there, andtpmbstmct-the Inwtmtnts'ol" the-army 2'1] al'te'r‘the passage. This ‘gave occasion to skirmishes‘ between the enemy and the swe‘dish advanced-guard, which was obliged to relinquish Dessau, and. to "retire‘ to the ‘neighbourhood of the Meir'l‘e-tp‘onl-at Ross‘lau, ‘and indeedv to the 'rig‘ht‘bli’nlt (if the‘ river. Under these‘d'r‘c'hrri‘stahces, Prince Royal r'eceit/ed iiitelllgence "frornq‘cneral Blucher, on the [st instant, 'i'nforn’aing his Royal Highness, thht he‘s’hould, on that day, make a movementvwhh his whole army on his right towards Hertzberg; ‘that on the following day he should he atj'essenf; on the 3d at Elster, and on the following day (to-day) would elfect the‘ passage‘ of the Elbe at Elster, proceeding’upon It‘ernlser'g against the French corps lstationed there. . The bridge'at‘ Ack'en 'l‘iadij‘nst‘ been

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liaps to-Imprroiw, was each spolthn‘df ‘i's'thfe probable day/fin‘ ‘passing the rlverL'-'--_—’ General Bluclil'ei‘ citos'sed the Elbe at Elster yesterday wi'th‘tsome opposition‘, and attacked the entre'ntzlied village of tWarteinberg, You the opposite/bank, ‘which ‘he carried, after an obstinate resistance, makinglhiniself master of sixteen pieces oft'cannon'. 1It is understood‘ that'tllis vict0'ry,7which was carried‘ against ' the corps tet'ttitirit’itndedv by Bertrand,‘ was not obtainedwi'thout -con-' 'side'rable-loss, parti'cularly'h'mong the’troops veormnanded by~Generalv'D’YUrc‘k ‘g! butltth‘e t part-iculhr’s "have not been raceived.+'-H-'I‘he PrinceRoyal "tieeeiyéd'this' intelligence yes,eterrliiyewetiihg, smite‘ he‘ was at Rosslttu, or immediately on ‘his retnrn'here, and took ‘the resolutiontof-lcros'siug ‘the ~-whole' army to-day-over she’ ElbeJ-‘z'it rAtc'le'erizrrit'l at Rosslau, the Russians .at-ttheh'former, and-the - Pru'ssian's and Swedes‘ at Rossllau,'-somewhat later- or otherwise, according-es it should be understood t whether the’ French--v would make a'stand attt-Dessau. - This, however, was not who eilpected, when 9ft€€~fll€ pas‘sage of the‘ Russians completed a‘! Ac‘ken, particularly under the position of Ge-neral Blucher’s‘ army, land in1 ‘elfect i was learnt I this morning, that the iFren'ch :had% retired frombessau', where, consequently, -]»learn that the hearhquarters of the Prince Royal will beestablished this evening. Royal H'ighnes‘silel't ‘this place about Tillie o’clock this moaning. ' ' Yesterday evening Mr. Alderere‘nta, a soniof the General, andan-A'idedetfiamp of ithe'PrinheflRoyal, returned here lirorn tthe'imper'ial head-quariters, to which‘ he had lhden‘iscnt alter‘the' ‘battle of Donnewitz.‘ He brings tintellil, gence of‘ the actual movementtof the grand;

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\ {2'2 1and it‘was calchla‘téd‘tliat it‘w'ouldbe ad,vanced as far asClienl'ni'tz ony‘ésterrlay/tfie stew-I hhisst'y'etwithoht atlisitt of the affair of General‘ Blucher; but Baron De Wetlerstedt has engaged-me to detain-this messenger until, I shall receive a dispatch fromhim thisevening for M- De Rehausen, a'tidhe piio'mi's'ecl me (for he went today to Dessaulh to transmit to me ,at the same time the same particulars, if he should nb~ tain them. t I shall keep this dispatch open ‘for ‘them. \Ve have indirect accounts of General Gzernitscheff having taken possession, with his corps of Cossacks, of,the whole city 'of Cassel, from'whi'ch Jerome Buonaparté had-fled. But nothing _ha_sfyet ‘been received fr'nm'liimsclf. I have-the Zhonour m be, &c'_ ' til; 5. .it-t = it" - - (sighed) Thorstein“ P.S. Ten 11. m.‘ I have the'hot'rour‘ t'if transmitting to your Lordships'enclosetl,~"h letter which I have just received from Baron de'Wettet'stedt. ' (Signe'cbffiz Ti"; ,_ _ j ,,

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