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'V.' TSICRSBAY,. April 20. A HAMBURGH' mail afrivctVat a I ate hour J-3L last night. The. intelligence from Vienna •*» is to the 6th, where M'u rat's enterprise stems • to have excited the strongest sensation and the most cwuflicting. conjectures. One account says, that he is ■willing.tojoin. the Allies, if they will fulfil the conditions of the Tretty concluded with him l.islveat"; atid his Plenipotentiaries to the Con- gress are stated to have confirmed that assurance. Other accouuts coiuUeaance the tact of the Grand Duke of Tuscany who is the brother of the E'n- perorot Austria, having quitted his States. The Grand Duke appears to have gone to Venice; anil he would hardly hive withdrawn to such a distance, if he ruii!4 place any Confidence in rhe sentiments of the Italians.—The last accounts left A/ur*t at Pesaro; butdtl article from the frontiers of [taly represents his adventure as by nu means to Th; King of Prussia has issued a proclamation (ilated Vienna, April .:>,) to the inhabitants of the Rhenish provinces unifedwith Prussia, wherein his Majesty promises that rhey shall be governed by mild laws, their religion .protected, and its servant tie placed in a situation to support their office wiih dignt v, an'd that the takes shall not be oppressive; but iu war an cnttst take arms that are able to use Ehetn.—u War," says his Majesiy,threatens your frontiers; to remove it to'a distance. F shall, fur a time. ask for new exertions., Isha-H chuse;L part • of my standing army from among you and I sum- mon the landwehr, -mil. form the tandsturm, if ihe dinger shouldcome so near as to make it necessary." Philadelphia papers to the 12th ult. have been received* The Americans seem to calculate upon the co-operation of some of the European Powers, for the extinction of" the piratical Slates. A casC of Criw. Can, was on Tuesday last dis- covered iu the neighbourhood of. Hanover-square, which ban caused the deepest distress in more thar. one noble fanulv. The gallant (Colonel •) is ne,tdy 40-the brother of an Irish Peer; the Lady (D-) about three and twenty. Colonel Catmck, aid-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, had his pocket picked of bank notes to the amount of 900l. un Fridaynight last, at Drury- hnt: Theatre.

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