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The Norfolk Chronicle


Printer / Publisher: W. Stevenson and J. Matchett W. Stevenson and J. Matchett
Volume Number: XXXVII    Issue Number: 1870
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Date of Article: 11/01/1806
Printer / Publisher: W. Stevenson and J. Matchett W. Stevenson and J. Matchett
Address: Market Place, Norwich
Volume Number: XXXVII    Issue Number: 1870
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OR, VOL. XXXVII. Ready Money with Advertisements. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY W. STEVENSON AND J. MATCHETT, GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1806. No. 1870. IN THE MARKET- PLACE, NORWICH, [ Price 6d. NORWICH THIRD SUBSCRIPTION ASSEMBLY will be on Wednesday, the 15th of January, being Sessions Week. LIEUT- COL. HARVEY, JOHN PITCHFORD, Esq. WRAMPLINGHAM SCHOOL. A. DAVY ReSPECTFULLY informs her Friends and the Public, that shie has made preparations for Eight Boarders, who will he carefully instruCted in Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Marking, Plain Work, & c. at Fourteen Guineas per aununi — En- trance Haifa Guinea. A. D assures her friends, that those pupils com- mitted to her care, will be treated with tenderness, and every method taken to furnish their minds with virtuous ideas. North Walsham Classical, Commercial, and Naval Academy. . MR. Dix informs the Public, he has en- gaged a Classical Assistant from London, and that his Terms for Board and Education, are Twenty Guineas per annum, and One Guinea Entrance, which include all charges for teaching the Classics, English Grammar, Compositon, Mathematics, Geo- graphy. Navigation, Nautical Astronomy, Land Surveying, Short Hand, Book- keeping, Architec- ture, Drawing, Writing, & c. The Plan which has been adopted of making but one Charge for every branch of Education, taught in this Academy, has met with general approbation. Gentlemen intended for the University of Cam- bridge, may be instructed in the Mathematics, and have the advantage of joining other pupils, who now attend for that purpose, at Two Guineas per Quarter, exclusive of board. Mr Dix has just published a Treatise on the Con- struction and Copying Geographical Maps, price 3s. And a new edition of his Land Surveying, price 3s. Sold by Stevenson and Matchett, Norwich, and by all other booksellers. Thetford Grammar School. J. STORR begs leave to return his most grateful acknowledgments to his Friends for the liberal encouragement he has experienced during the last fourteen years, and assures them, and the Public in general, that no future exertion shall be wanting on his part, to promote the health, morals, and improvement, of the young Gentlemen com- mitted to his care. To the usual parts of English . NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special General Meeting of Lieutenancy will be held at the Shire home, on Thursday, the 16th instant, at the hour of Two, for the purpose of taking into consideration, the pro- gress which has been made towards the com- pletion of the Levy of Men, required to be raised within the County, under the provision of the Additional Force Act, and to adopt such further measures, as may appear expe- dient to complete the Levy of the Parochial Apportionment, within the. respective Parishes. By Command of the Lord Lieutenant, LAY, Clerk to the General Meetings. To Sir Jacob Henry Astley, Bart. Chairman of the Norfolk Barley Committee. SIR— Understanding from Capt. Becher, that the Committee expeCted the Suffolk Commit- tee would contribute towards the general expences of the Norfolk Committee, in obtaining the Amendment of the Corn Act, and that the fur- ther payment of my demands must rest, till it was known what the Suffolk Committee would contri- bute, I wrote to Lord Albemarle, the Chairman of that Committee, upon the subject, and requested his Lordship to communicate the purport of the let- ter to the Committee. After waiting three weeks, and receiving no answer from his Lordship, I wrote to him again on the 3d inst. requesting the indul- gence of an answer, but I have not received any yet. From his I. ordship's silence, I conclude the Norfolk Committee have nothing to expect from the Suffolk; I must therefore, Sir, again renew my request, that you will urge the Norfolk Committee to extend their Subscriptions, and discharge my demands, that the honour of the Land Owners and Corn Growers, who composed the Committees at Lynn and Norwich, may not be sullied. I remain, Sir, your very humble Servant, JOHNSON LEE. 17, Upper King- street, Bloomsbury. 7th Jan. 1806. Great Yarmouth, Dec. 25, 1805. NOTICE is hereby given, that the PART- NERSHIP between us, the undersigned JOHN HARDY and EDWARD WRIGHT, of . Great Yarmouth, Butchers, was this day DISSOLVED by mutual consent. Witness JOHN HARDY, JOSEPH FIDDES, EDWARD WRIGHT. An Apprentice to a Surgeon Wanted. AYOUTH, classically educated, will . experience a parental treatment, with every at- tention to promote his medical instruction' by ap- plying to J. Pierson, Surgeon, Acle, Norfolk. CLASSICAL EDUCATION, THERE will be Vacancies in the FAKEN- HAM ACADEMY after the Christmas Ho- lidays, which will terminate 0n Monday, Jan. 20. TERMS— Thirty Guineas per ann. and One Gui- nea Entrance. An English Assistant is Wanted, who can produce undeniable testimonials of his abilities and morals. — Letters ( post paid) addressed to the Rev. Thomas Skrimshire will be immediately answered. . TO BE SOLD THIRTY- SIX ACRES OF TURNIPS, to be fed off with sheep. Hurdles on the premises. Enquire of Mr. John Clark, Ringstead, Norfolk. JOHN HOWLETT BEGS leave to return his sincere thanks to the Public in general for their esteemed friendship in his Business of an APPRAISER and AUCTIONEER, and respectfully begs leave to so- lieit the Public for the honour of their support, assuring them of his utmost attention in every part of the business that shall come under his care, Pulham Market, Jan. 11, 1806, THE BOWLING- GREEN Public- house, at Wells, ( advertised to be sold 0n the 18th instant) iS SOLD Education, Mr. Storr's Pupils have the additional advantage of be- ing instructed ( on easy terms) in Geometry, Trigo- nometry, Mensuration, Algebra, Geography, Use of the Globes, Projection, and Delineation of Maps, Drawing, & c. With Classics and French on the usual terms. Those who choose it, will have an opportunity of being taught Dancing and Music by an eminent Master, who attends regularly. N. B. Three mouths notice, or a quarter's pay required, previous to leaving the School, which opens the 20th instant. All Assistant is wanted.— Letters ( post- paid) will be duly answered. " SEA BREACHES. NOTICE is hereby given, that a General Commission of Sewers for the Hundreds of Blofield, Clavering, North Erpingham, South Er- pingham, East Flcgg, West Flegg, Happing, Hen- stead, Loddon, Taverham, Timstead, and Walsham, in the county of Norfolk, will be held at the Castle of Norwich, in the Shirehouse there, 011 Thursday, the 16th day of January, 1806, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of proceeding in the said Conmmission, of which all persons concerned, are de- sircd to take notice, and attend accordingly. North Walsham, WM. FORSTER, Jan. 1, 1806. Clerk to the Commissioners. HOSPITAL & SCHOOL for the INDI- GENT BLIND, in Norfolk & Norwich. ABSCONDED, And left his family chargeable to the Parish of GREAT RYBURGH, ever since May last, JOHN STEWARD, Labourer in Husban- dry— He is about 40 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, light brown hair. and light complexion, but much tanned from having been abroad; had with him during the summer a boy about 12 years old, small of his age, and somewhat deaf, and is supposed to be in Marshland, or in the neighbour- hood of Wisbeach.— Whoever will give information to the Parish Officers, so that he be apprehended and brought to justice, shall receive a Reward of TWO GUINEAS. Ryburgh, near Fakenham, Norfolk, Dec. 30, 1805. THE Committee for managing the affairs of the above Institution, are happy to inform the public, that the Blind Pupils already admitted for instruction, being in a considerable degree of forwardness, they are enabled to turn their attention to the other part of the Plan, and have made provi- lion tor the admission of five aged Persons on the Establishment. Those Persons, therefore, whose age and circum- stances come within the rules prescribed, and who are desirous of being admitted, must apply at the Hospital, near Magdalen Gates, Norwich, for print- ed forms of testimonials, which must be regularly filled up and signed, as the rules require, and sent to the Committee; at the Hospital, on Wednesday, the 15th instant, at twelve o clock precisely. And such persons, as may be deemed by the Committee to be proper objects for admission, will receive due no- tice thereof. Land, Property, and Assessed Taxes, 1806. THIS is to give Notice to the COLLECT- ORS in the Division of SIR ROGER KERRI- SON, Receiver- General, that he has fixed the under- mentioned times and places for the Payment of the above Taxes; when they are desired to attend and pay the same, with all Arrears due, between the hours of Ten and Two o'clock :— At Downham, for the Hundred Monday, Jan. 13 Half of Clackclose. At Lynn, for the Hundreds of Freebridge citra Lynn, Free- bridge Marshland, and Lynn. At Docking, for the Hundreds of Smithdon & Brothercross. At Fakenham, for the Hundreds of North Greenhoe & Gallow. At Holt, at the Feathers, for the Hundred of Holt, At his House, in Norwich, for the Hundreds of Blofield, Taverham, Walsham, Fore- hoe, and Humbleyard. The Angel, atYarmouth, for the Hundreds of East'and West Flegg and Great Yarmouth. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION By JOHN HOWLETT, On Monday, January 13th, 1806, at Shropham Hall Farm, About Eighty Tons of excellent Clover, Ryegrass, Black Nonsuch, and Hardland Hay, in Lots, the property of Messrs. JOHN and WM. MOYSE, N. B. The Purchaser to deposit 10 per cent, in part of the purchase- money, and the remainder to be paid on or before the 24th day of February, 1806. The Sale to begin at Eleven o'clock. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION At the King's Head, Bungay, on Thursday, the 6th of February, 1806, at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon ( subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced), THE following LANDS, allotted to the Rev. S. COLMAN, under the Ellingham, Broome, Kirby Cane, and Geldestone Inclosure Act. In separate Lots. IN KIRBY CANE. . ROGER KERRISON. WHEREAS, a Stack of Barley, standing in a Field in the parish of Stalham, in the county of Norfolk, belonging to the undersinged, was wilfully and maliciously set on Fire, by some person or persons unknown, in the evening of Mon- day, the 6th of January, 1806, whereby the greater part of the said corn was totally destroyed ; I do hereby offer a Reward of FIFTY POUNDS, to any person or persons who thall give information so that the offender, or any of the offenders, who committed the said felony, be brought to justice, to he paid on his, her, or their conviction tHereof. Stalham, Jan. 7, 18o6. JAMES JOHNSON. LIGNUM Drops YORK, September 6, 1804. SIR,— I take the opportunity of forward-, ing this. The inclosed is the attestation of J. Hewett, which I thought proper to transmit to you : and am, Sir, your obedient servant, JOSEPH THORNTON, Chemist & Druggist, York. Sir,— It is with the greatest pleasure I acquaint you of the comfort I now enjoy, from the use of your invaluable Drops and Lotion; after being afflicted with a violent scorbutic eruption; with which my face was literally covered; this detestable malady also affected various parts of my body, which had baffled all the efforts of the faculty to whom 1 ap- plied for relief, till I was happily advised to make trial of your Antiscorbutic Drops and Lotion.— One bottle each, which I purchased of Mr. Thornton, effectually removed every appearance of my disa- greeable complaint; and now, thank kind Provi- dence, I enjoy perfect health. The truth of the above I am ready to vouch at any time. ( Signed) JOSEPH HEWET'T. Attested by Joseph Thornton. To Mr. J. Lignum, Surgeon, Manchester. These Drops are sold in moulded square bot- tles, at 11s. and 4s. 6d. One 11s. bottle it equal in quantity to three 4s. 6d. ones. They may be had wholesale and retail ' at Mr. LIGNUM'S, NO. 37, Bridge- street, Manchester; and, by appointment, by HOWARD and EVANS, 42, Long- lane, West Smithfield; Dicey and Co. Bow Church- yard ; Bar- clay aud Son, 95, Fleet- market; Shaw and Edwards, 66, St. Paul's Church- yard ; Butler, 4, Cheapside ; Newbery and Sous, 45, St. Paul's Church- yard, London; and retail by Stevenson and Matchett, Bacon, and Purland, Norwich; Ashley, Aylsham; Dingle, Bury; Barker, Dereham; Middleditch and Co. and Bransby and Co. Ipswich; Whittingham, , Lynn; Wallis, Manningtree ; Stribling, Mistley; Dencher, Saxmundham; Loder, Woodbridge; White, Wisbeach; and of the principal Venders of genuine Medicines in the Unitwd Kingdom. One Allotment, containing IN ELLINGHAM. One Allotment, containiag Ditto ditto IN BROOME. One Allotment, containing Ditto ditto Ditto ditto- Ditto ditto N B. Mr. Bunfellow will shew the premises, For further particulars apply to Mess. Taylor and Browne, Diss. Estate and Manor, near Rainham, Norfolk. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mess. HOGGART & PHILLIPS, Successors to Mr. Smith, At Garraway's Coffee- House, Change- Alley, Corn- hill, London, on Wednesday, the 29th instant, at Twelve o'clock, THE MANOR, or REPUTED MANOR, of OXWICK, otherwise SEAGERS & EARL- HOUSES, with a valuable FREEHOLD and small part COPYHOLD ESTATE, comprising THREE HUNDRED and SEVENTY- FOUR ACRES, more or less, of rich Arable, Pasture and Meadow Land, in high cultivation, in a fine sporting part of the country, abounding with game, in Oxwick, Col- kirk, and Tostrees, three miles from Fakenham and two from Rainham, in the county of Norfolk, in the occupation of Mr. James Smith and Mr. Samuel Savory, at rents of Six Hundred Pounds per ann. with suitable Farm- houses and Outbuildings, in good repair. Possession may be had at Michaelmas 1806. May be viewed ten days previous to the sale, and Particulars then had at the Castle, Downturn; Checquers, Brandon ; Bull, Barton- mills; George, Thetford; Crown, Swaffham ; King's- Head, Nor- wich ; Bell, Bury ; Duke's- head, Lynn ; Ram, New- market; at Garraway's; and of Mess Hoggart and Phillips, No. 62, Bond street, near the Royal- Ex- change, London. AN ENTIRE NEW EDITION OF HENDERsON's ART OF COOKERY, CARVING, & c. A HANDSOME NEW YEAR'S GIFT, To Servants or young Persons. London, December 21, 1805. A PROPOSAL, AT once calculated to encourage the Fine Arts in this Country, and celebrate the greatest event that ever adorned its History, the BATTLE of TRAFALGAR, and the DEATH of LORD VISCOUNT NELSON. MESSRS. BOYDELL. and Co. offer FIVE HUN- DRED GUINEAS to any BRITISH ARTIST who shall paint the BEST PICTURE on that subject, from which a PRINT shall be engraved in the first style of excellency, the size, and in the manner, of the DEATH of GENERAL WOLFE, at present their pro- perty; and the Original Picture will afterwards be presented to the Admiralty, or some such appro- priate public body. That all partiality may be removed from them concerning the merits of the pictures, they mean, with respectful deference, to entreat such of the Di- rectors and Visitors of the BRITISH INSTITUTION FOR PROMOTING THE FiNE ArTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM," as will allow themselves to be referred to, to determine the excellence of the performances of the different Artists. RespeCting the engraving, experience has taught them not to employ Artists who, to the disappoint- ment of the Public, and their great private detriment, have delayed the publication of prints 0n popular subjects. The admirers of the Fine Arts may therefore de- pend upon every kind of dispatch, compatible with excellence, in the publication of this proposed Print. CONDITIONS. The price of the Prints - £ 2 2 s each. Ditto of Proofs - - 5 5 ditto. Half to be paid at the time of subscribing, and the remainder on the delivery of the Print. The impressions will be scrupulously delivered in the order for which they are subscribed. Subscriptions received by Messrs. Boydell and Co.; Mr. Freeman, Printseller, Messrs. Stevenson and Matchett, Market- Place, and Mr. Bacon, Book- seller, Norwich; Mr. Seaman, Bookseller, Yar- mouth ; Mr. Whittingham, Bookseller, Lynn ; Mr. Raw, Bookseller, Ipswich; and Mr. Gedge, Book- seller, Bury St. Edmunds. N. B Next month will be published a PORTRAIT of LORD VISCOUNT NELSON, after Sir William Beechy, engraved by Mr. Earlom, price 10s. 6d' Proofs 11, is, LORD NELSON. Embellished with Eight Copper- plates, A Portrait of his Lordship; Five engraved Plans of the Four principal Actions in which he was en- gaged ; View of his encounter with Admiral Ty- rasson, Commander of the Spanish Flotilla, on the night of the 3d of July, 1797; and a Fac Simile of his Lordship's Hand- writing On Tuesday Last was published, Price 10s. 6d. in boards, MEMOIRS of Lord viscount NELSON, with observations critical and explanatory ; the whole illustrated by the Original Letters of his Lordship, and biographical notes, containing sketches of. the Lives of various Officers with whom he was at different times connected in service; among whom are. Strayed away from Norwich, AValuable well bred DARK BROWN MARE, with some white down her face, the tip of one ear bent, and a deficiency of hair on the off hip, is about fifteen hands high and six years Old, is rather rough coated, having been out all winter, and had no shoes on; was seen at Hethersett, on Sa- turday last, about Four o'clock in the afternoon go- ing towards London.— Whoever will take care of the said mare, and give information to the Bellman, Norwich ; or to the Printers of this Paper, will he allowed all reasonable expences, and handsomely rewarded. The Earl of St. Vincent Lord Viscount Hood Lord Mulgrave Sir Hyde Parker Lieut. Governor Locker Sir Peter Parker Lord Hotham Captain Robinson Sir Edward Berry Sir Boulden Thompson Sir Frederick Thesiger Lord Collingwood By JOHN CHARNOCK, Esq. F. S. A. Author of the Biographia Navalis, History of Marine Architecture, & c. London : Printed lor H. D. Symonds, Pater- nos- ter- row; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; and Black and Parry, Leadenhall street; and sold by Stevenson and Matchett, Market- place, Norwich. NELSON & VICTORY price This Day is published, Price Sixpence, Embellished with a Capital Portrait of Mr. J. C. SCHNEBBELIE, and a beautiful Representation of the Albany, Piccadilly, London, NUMBER I. ( to be continued weekly) of THE HOUSEKEEPER'S INSTRUC- TOR ; or Universal FAMILY COOK. Being a full and clear display ofthe ART of COOKERY, in all its Various Branches. Containing proper di- rections for dressing all kinds of Butcher's Meat, Poultry, Game, Fish, & c. the Method of pre- paring all the Varieties of Soups, Hashes, and Made Dishes. The whole Art of Confectionary, Pickling, Preserving, & c. The making and keeping in Per- fection British. Wines ; and proper Rules for brewing Malt Liquor for large or small Families. TO WHICH is ADDED, The Complete Art of Carving, Illustrated with Twenty- Three Engravings. Explaining, by proper References, the Manner in which Young Practitioners may acquit themselves at Table with Elegance and Ease. Also Bills for every Month in the Year, the manner of decora- ting a Table, displayed by Copper Plates. Direc- tions for Marketing. Observations 0n Culinary Poi- sons, and the Management of the Kitchen and Fruit Garden.— The whole formed on an entire new Plan. By WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HENDERSON. The Twelfth Edition. corrected, Revised, and considerably Improved, by every modern Addition and Variation iu the Art, By JACOB CRISTOPHER SCHNEBBELIE, Late Apprentice to Mcssrs. Tupp and Perry, Ox- ford Street; afterwards Cook at Melun's Hotel, Bath ; and now of Martell's, Albany, London. Printed and Sold by J. STRATFORD, No. 112, Holborn- Hill, London : sold by Stevenson and Mat- chett, Norwich; and may be had of all Booksellers and Newscarriers in the United Kingdom. This Work may be had complete in Twelve numbers, price 6d. each, or 7s. neatly bound. Eleven very large Editions having been sold in a short Space of Time, is the best Eulogium 0n the Merits of this Work ; and the Public are respeCtfully informed, that neither Pains or Expenee have been Spared to render this improved Edition the most complete Performance ever printed. On Friday, January 10, 1806, was published Sixpence, FAIRBURN's EDITION of the DEATH of ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, containing a circumstantial Account ofthe Wound and Death of that Immortal Hero! With select Poetry to his il iustrious memory, his LordShip's Will, a full Detail of the Battle off Trafalgar, a list of the Combined Fleet and how disposed of, the Killed and Wounded, and a Comparative View of the Guns and Men in each - Fleet Embellished with a beautiful large Quarto Engrav- ing of the Death of the ever to be lamented Nelson, on board the Victory. . TO THE PUBLIC. This work is a continuation ( or second part) of Fairburn's Edition of the Life of Admiral Lord Nel- son ; and so contrived as to form the two books into one, or each part separate and distinct by itself. Another continuation ( or third part) of this work will be published immediately after the Funeral, con- taining every particular of that event; embellished . with a Frontispiece of the Funeral procession, & c. price Sixpence.— This part will also be Separate aud complete by itself. The first part contains an interesting and correct account of the Life of Admiral Lord Nelson, the particulars of all his Engagements, his family, ho- nours bellowed on him by his country for his emi- nent service., Sec. Sec. Embellished With a large and accurate Plan of the Battle off Trafalgar, with the names and Situations of every ship in the British Fleet, the enemy's line, & c.— The Twenty- fifth Edition, price Sixpence only. The Trade and Public are requested to give orders for Fairburn's Edition of the Life— the Death— or the Funeral of Lord Nelson. They will form toge- ther a small volume, with interesting embellishments; more complete and cheap than any other publication , price Eighteen- pence together; or Sixpence each Se- parately. Sold in London, wholesale, by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry street ; also by Stevenson and Matchett, Norwich, and by all Booksellers through the United Kingdom.; where may be had, FAiR- BURN's PLAN ot LORD NEl. SON's VICTORY' over the Combined Fleets off Trafalgar, Oct. 21st, 1805, also his Seat of War, new Song Books, Draw- ing Books, Copy Slips, Valentine Books and Let- ters, & c. & c. & c. An Italian Dictionary for the Pocket. This day is published, in a pocket volume, elegantly printed on fine wove paper, with a beautiful pearl letter, price 14s, in boards. Dedicated, by per- mission, to her Roiyal Highness the Princess Char- lotte of Wales; ANEW ITALIAN DICTIONARY : In Two Parts— Italian and English— English and Italian.— Compiled from the best authorities ; the words illustrated by the phrases proverbial; ex- pressions most necessary for of Authors ; with the addition of Sea Terms in most general use i and many words not to be found in any other Dictionary. Printed for W. Peacock and Sons, Salisbury- square; T. Jordan Hookham, New Bond- street and Scatcherd and Letterman, Ave Maria- lane, London ; and sold by Stevenson and Matchett, Market- place, Norwich. Where maybe had, printed uniform with the above, s. d. 1. An English Dictionary, from Dr Johnson, bound - - - - 36 3. A Geographical Dictionary, with Maps, boards - - - - 60 2. — Grammar, ditto, boards 6 o' 4. A Dictionary of Polite Literature; or, Fa- bulous History of Heathen Gods and Illus- trious Heroes, two vols, with twenty four engravings - - - 13 0 5. A Pocket Encyclopedia; or, Library of- Ge- neral Knowledge, six vols. - 18 o 6. A Dictionary of Natural History, with plates, coloured - - - no - - - or plain 8 o 7. A Biographical Dictionary, by Stephen Jones 5 o British Fire Office, LONDON. INSURANCE granted on Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Ships, and all other Vessels Goods, Merchandize, FARMING STOCK, and other Property, from Loss or Damage by Fire.. The unprecedented Preference given to this Of- fice by all description of Insurers, the Directors flatter themselves has arisen, not only from the Facilities adopted in their improved Plans and sim- plified Modes of Fire Insurance, but from their steady and uniform ConduCt in the general concerns of the Business. They are persuaded that adherence to principles and prudent caution are the bests securities to the Office and to the Public, and that Institutions of this nature can only be beneficial when, due atten- tion is paid to reciprocal advantages. Agricultural Stock insured at 2s. 6d. per Cent. The Office grants InsuranceS for periods short of a Year, & makes good Loss by Fire from Lightning, Insurances due at Christmas must be paid on or before the 9th Day of January; next. Proposals and Rates of Insurance delivered gratis. ROBERT SKELTON, Sec. Mr. JAMES BOYCE, Agent at Norwich. WESTMINSTER Life Insurance and Annuity Office* LONDON. peRSONS defirous of providing for their Fami- lies or Dependants may, by an Annual Payment, secure to their Widows, Children, or any other Person, either an Annuity for the remainder of Life, or a gross Sum to be paid at their Decease. Insurances may he made for a Variety of other Purposes:— to provide for Renewal of Leases;— to secure Sums paid for Places or Employments, or for the Purchase of Life Estates;— or in Aid of Ar- rangements between' Debtor and Creditor, & c. See. and VOLUNTEERS may, for a small Premium, insure against Death from Military Accidents. Annuities are granted to commence immediately, or at any future period. Printed Rates and Conditions of Insurance may be had Gratis, with the List of Directors as above, or of the Agents of the BRITISH FIRE OFFICE in the Country, who are appointed Agents for this Office. ROBERT SKELTON, Sec. For Coughs, Asthmas, Consumptions, & c. CUNDELL's IMPROVED BALSAM OF HONEY. NO Medicine has arrived at greater Cele- brity than CUNDELL'S BALSAM OF HONEY :— Its peculiar safety and superior efficacy being attested by the great number of persons who have been cured of the most obstinate disorders of the lungs. Irrita- ting Coughs, and distressing Asthmas, are speedily soothed away by its detergent and strengthening powers, and the most tender INFANTS in the HOOP- ING- COUGH are relieved by its healing and salutary effects CUNDELL's IMPROVED BALSAM of HO- NEY is sold Wholesale by Messrs. Howard and Evans, No. 41, Long Lane, West Smithfield, Lon- don; sole Agents for the supply of the Country, in Bottles at 12-. 6d. 55. 6d. and 2s. , d. each, duty in- cluded ; and Retail by Messrs. Stevenson and Mat- chett, R. Bacon, and Purland, ( near the Maids Head), Norwich; Dingle, Bury ; barker, Dereham ; Middleditch, and Bransby, Ipswich; Whittingham, Lynn: King, Stowmarket; Johnson, Swaffham; Dencher, Saxmundham; White, Wisbeach ; Loder, Woodbridge; and by the principal venders of medi- Salisbury's Antiscorbutic Drops.. JAMES DAWSON, aged 24. — At the age of 18 he was admitted a patient at the Dispen- sary, No. 15, Soho- square, after being discharged from St. Bartholomew's and St Thomas's Hospital. He had two abscesses, one in the gland on the pit of his neck, and another in the gland under his arm, which bowed his head on his breast in walking. These were thought by the faculty would prove fa- tal to him, and yet his neck was seamed with ulce- rations of all the other glands. Two years of seven ( his apprenticeship) he was unable to follow his em- ployment. On first taking Spilsbury's Patent Antis- corbutic Drops he mended, and in four years he be- came weil; and though since exposed to cold and Wet 0n volunteer duty, he has escaped a return of his disease. be careful to ask for SPILSBURY'S Patent Antis. corbutic Drops, having the words " By the King's Patent" expressed at length on the bottle, bill of di- rections, and outside wrapper; the stamp also, the King's duty, is printed ib black ink instead of red. Sold at Spillbury's Dispensary, Soho Square, at 5s. 6d.; 10s.; and 1l 2si duty included; also by Messrs. Stevenson and Marchett, and Mrs. Bowen Norwich; Beart, Yarmouth; and Pigge, Lynn, DEAFNESS. THF. Increasing Demand for Dr. Taylors Celebra- ted Remedy for Deafness, is the strongest proof of its real utility. One bottle has keen found to prove a Com- plete Restorative, and no danger can possibly be ap- prehended from its use. It is mild and innocent, and may be used at all seasons} with perfect ease and safety, And by people of all ages. Sold Wholesale and Retail by R. Purland, Chemist end Druggist St. Simon and Jude, Norwich, price Zi. 6d. the bottle^ duty included, with printed directions, and retail by most other medicine venders. THETFORD INCLOSURE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Com- missioners, acting in execution of an Act of 1 Parliament, entitled " an ACt for Inclosing Lands, In the parishes of Thetford Saint Peter, in the county of Norfolk, and Thetford Saint Cuthbert and Thetford Saint Mary, in the counties of Nor- folk and Suffolk, do intend to meet at the public Inn known by the name or sign of the George, in Thetford Saint Peter aforesaid, on Monday, the twenty seventh day of this instant January, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, in order to proceed in the further execution of the said Act, and to read and execute their award ; and a special general Meeting of the proprietors of lands and grounds by the said ACt directed to be divided and allotted, is hereby jailed, pursuant to the directions of an Act of Par- liament, passed in the forty- first year of the reign of his present Majesty, and entitled " an Act for c0m- solidating in one Act, certain provisions usually inserted in Acts of Inclosurc, and for facilitating the mode of proving the several facts usually re- THOS. DUGMORE, Solicitor under the said Act. LORD NELSON'S FUNERAL, BODY LYING IN STATE. On Sunday, conformable the orders which had. been issued, the first public exhibition bf the body of Lord Nelson lying in state in the Hall at Greenwich Hospital, commenced.— At an early hour in the morning the road from the metropolis was covered With carriages and foot- passengers of every description, as Was also, below bridge, the river, with boats filled with anxious spectators, and by nine O'clock the town of Greenwich was crowded with visitors of every rank and degree; it was not however till twelve, after divine service, that the great gates of the Hospital were thrown open to admit the crowd that pressed for entrance. — A proper force of Volunteers and Police Officers were stationed to prevent any confusion, and only about 500 persons were suffered to pass at a time, who having indulged their curiosity were directed to go cut at an opposite gate, while an equal num- ber succeeded them, and such was the order obser- ved till four o'clock, when no more were admitted. The remains of this mighty chief are inclosed in foUr coffins— that made from the wreck of the L'Orient— one of lead— another of oak— and the external one Of mahogany, most richly ornamented With emblematical devices, all his orders, naval & Military trophies, sphinxes, See. Ste- in the grand ball, where the body was deposited tinder a Canopy, no light from without was admitted, it being entirely hung with black.— Lamps were distributed sufficiently to throw, as it were, a ftill, religious glimmer over every part cf the place, White Immediately in the vicinity of the coffin, lofty tapers Were arranged in branches, which had a very brilliant effect.— Six gentlemen from the College of Arms were seated near the coffin, in full dress, bags and swords, two at tbe head and four at tlie feet, who were occasionally relieved by six others. — seVeral Naval Officers in their uniforms were also stationed round the body as mourners, and the whole area was lined by the Greenwich Volunteers, with arms reversed, & c.— The spectators were Ordered ta keep in constant motion on the platform erected for their accommodation, and they all seemed much affected by the solemnity of the spectacle. The Body was exhibited again 011 Monday and Tuesday. On the last day that the body of Lord Nelson laid in stat. e, 46 seamen and 14 marines, of the Victory arrived in a vessel at Greenwich. On their coming ashore, each bearing his hammock, and passing within the gates, they were ordered by Lord Hood, who approachcd them, to stow their baggage in the Royal Charlotte Ward of tbe Hospital; after which they should be gratified with a view of their heroic Leader's body lying in state, which, however, he was sure, would be to them no pleasant sight. The brave fellows bowed assent to this remark— they then proceeded to stow their hammocks in the ward appointed, and were afterwards escorted by a part of the military to the Great Hall, whan they were conducted to the saloon, where the remains of their beloved Commander lay ; they eyed the cof- fin with melancholy admiration and respect, while the manly tear's glistened in their eyes, and slole relaxant down their weather- beaten cheeks. Stran- gers were excluded during this affecting scene ; and on the return of this brave band to the parade in front, they were received by the River Fencibles with presented pikes. A deep and affecting silence took place during; their march; a mark of respect and gratitude more expressive than the loudest ac- clamations. It was the gaze of raptute on the de- fenders and, we trust, the deliverers of their coun- try ; the eyes of beauty every where glistening amidst the crowd, beamed on the rough and hardy Crew, the radiant glances of approbation and sympathy. PROCESSION BY WATER. At half past seven o'clock 011 Wednesday morn tng, the Heralds and the Naval Officers who were to assist at the procession by water, assembled at the Admiralty, and from thence proceeded about eight to Greenwich. At ten o'clock they assembled at the Governor's House within Greenwich Hospital, and proceeded from thence to tbe barges appointed for them. The Body, which had lain in state three days, was then carried from the Saloon through the Great- Hall, out ai the Eastern Portal, round tbe Royal Charlotte Ward, to the North West Gate, ami placed on board the State Barge— the Coffin was covered with a velvet pall, adorned with escotcheons, In the first barge ( covered with black cloth) was the Standard at the head— the Guidon was borne by Capt. Durham, supported by two Lieutenants in full uniform coats, with black waistcoats, breeches and stockings, and crape round their hats and arms. Drums, trumpets, & c. & c. In the second barge were the Officers of Arms bearing the Target, Sword, Helm, and Crest of the deceased. The banner of the deceased, at. Knight of the Bath, was borne by Captain Rotheram at the head of the barge. The great banner was borne at the door place by Capt. Moorsom, who was supported by two Lieutenants. In the third barge was the BODY The barge was covered with black velvet, adorned with black feathers. In the centre was a Viscount's Coronet, and three bannerolls of the family lineage were affixed to tbe outside of the barge. In the steerage were six trumpets and six Lieutenants of the Royal Navy. ClarencieuX, King of arms, sat at the head of the coffin, bearing a Viscount's Coronet upon a black velvet cushion. The Standard of the United Kingdom was at. the head of the barge, borne by Capt. . The State Barge was rowed by 46 seamen belonging to our dear departed Hero's ship the Victory, The other barges were rowed by picked men from the Greenwich Pensioners. In the fourth barge, which was also covered with black cloth, was Chief Mourner— Admiral of the Fleet, Sir Peter Parker, Bart. Train Bearer to the Chief Mourner— The Honour- able Captain Blackwood. Supporters to tbe Chief Mourner— Admirals Lord Hood and Radstock. Six Assistant Mourners— Vice Admirals Caldwell, Hamilton, Nugent, Bligh, Sir Roger Curtis, and Sir C. M. Pole, Barts. Four Supporters of the Pall— Vice Admirals Whit- shead, Savage, Taylor, and Rear Adm. E. Harvey Six Bearers of the Canopy— Rear Admirals Aylmer, Domett, T. Wells, Drury, Sir Isaac Collin and Sir W. H. Douglas, Barts. They were all in mourning cloaks over their full uniform coats. The Banner of Emblems was borne in this barge by Lord Nelson's own Captain, Capt. T. M. Hardy. After the four barges came his Majesty's barge ; the barge of the Lords Commissioners of the Admi- ralty ; then the Lord Mayor, in the City State Barge, followed by the barges of the several Com- panies of London. They had all their colours k'lf- M- As the procession moved from Greenwich, mi- nute guns were fired. Ten gun- boats, manned with River fencibles, preceded the body, and nu- merous row- boats were stationed on the flanks. As the procession passed the Tower, the great gunswere fired. During the time the body was , landing at Whitehall stairs, together with the se- veral attendants in tbe four mourning barges, the King's Admiralty, Lord Mayor, and City barges laid upon their oars. The body was then carried to the Admiralty o : a bier, by eight seamen of the Victory, and placed in, the Captain's Room, which had been covered with superfine Slack cloth, and lighted with wax lights placed on sconces on the sides. The body was here deposited, and the persons who were iii the procession retired,' The weather was unpromising in the morning, dull, heavy, and wet: but it cleared at eleven, and gave the full display of this majestic Procession to he thousands of spectators, who filled every space, which was not necessarily occupied by the attend- ants. Since tbe landing of George the First on the banks of the Thames, that river had not exhibited so interesting a spectacle. The awful silence, which reigned in every part, manifested the sentiments of the sincerest grief for the loss of the greatest hero, whom this country ever produced. Many accidents happened, and several persons were drowned. PROCESSION TO ST. PAUL'S. Thursday morning, the Nobility and Gentry, in mourning, the Naval and Military Officers, in full uniform, with crapes round their arms and bats, assembled in their carriages in St. James's Park. At day- break, every window in the long line from the Admiralty to St Paul's was filled with spectators to witness the solemn and affecting cere- monial.— The several Volunteer regiments took their stations— all tbe way they lined the streets two deep— their colours hung with crape, the officers and men crape round their arms, drums and fifes muffled. At ten o'clock the Funeral Procession left the Admiralty in the following order :— The Duke of York led the line, with several regiments ( horse and foot) — tbe several bands of the 4jd, 92d, 31ft, and another regiment, which attended, play- ing solemn music, and tbe trumpeters of the 10th, 11th dragoons, and Scotch Greys, sounding a dead march. Horse- Artillery, with guns and tumbrils. Marshal's Men, on foot, to clear the way Messenger of the College ot Arms, in a mourning coach, with a badge of the College on his shoulder, his staff tipped with silver furled with sarsenet. Six Conductors, with mourning cloaks, with black staffs, headed with Viscounts' Coronets. Forty- eight Pensioners from Greenwich Hospital with badges of who had especial duties in the solemnity. Near tbe entrance of the church, the Dean and Prebendaries, attended by the choir, fell into the procession imme- diately after the great banner, and before the heralds who bore the trophies. The Body, having been taken from the funeral car, was borne into , the church and choir by eight feamen of the Victory, according to the following order: THE BODY,! covered as before. NORWICH FIRE- OFFICE. AGENERAL MEETING of the Pro- prietors of this Office will be held at the Hall, in the Market- place, on Tuesday, fhe twenty- first day of January inst. precisely at twelve o'clock. ADAM TAYLOR, jun. Secretary. two and two, in mourning cloaks, the crest of the deseased on the shoulders, with black staves in their hands. Forty eight Seamen of his Majesty's ship the Vic- tory, two and two, in their ordinary dress, with black neck handkerchiefs and stockings, and crape in their hats. Watermen of the deceased in black coats, with their badges. Drums and Fifes. Drum Major, Trumpets. Serjeant Trumpeter. The STANDARD Borne in front of a mourning coach, in which were a Captain of the Royal Navy, supported by two Lieutenants, in their full uniform coats, with black cloth waistcoats, breeches, and black stock- ings, and crape round their arms and hats. Trumpets. Blue Mantle Pursuivant of Arms, ( alone in a mourning coach), habited as Rouge Croix. The GUIDON Borne in front of a mourning coach, in which were a Captain of the Royal Navy, supported by two Lieutenants, dress'd as those who bore and sup- ported the Standard. Servants of the deceased, in mourning, in a mourn- ing coach. Officers of his Majesty's Wardrobe, in mourning coaches. Gentlemen. Esquires. Deputations from the Great Commercial Compa- nies of London. Physicians of the deceased, in a mourning coach- Divines, in clerical habits. Chaplains of the deceased, in clerical habits, and Secretary of the deceased, in a mourning coach. Trumpets. Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms ( alone, in mourn- ing black), habited as Blue Mantle. The Banner of the deceased as a Knight of the Bath, borne in front of a mourning coach, in which were a Captain of the Royal Navy, supported by two Lieutenants, dressed as those who bore and sup- ported the Guidon. Officers, who attended the Body while it lay at Greenwich, in mourning coaches. Knights Bachelors. Masters in Chancery and Serjeants at Law. Solicitor General. Attorney General Prime Serjeant, Judge of the Admiralty. Knight Marshal. Knights ot the Bath. Baronets. A Gentleman Usher ( in a mourning coach), carry- ing a carpet and a black velvet cushion, whereon the trophies are to be deposited in the church. Comptroller, Treasurer, and Steward of the House- hold of the deceased in a mourning coach), in mourning cloaks, bearing white staves. . Then followed his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in his state carriage and six— the Duke of Clarence— the Nobility, and great Officers of State, in their carriages, according to the order of prece- dence, inverted.—' The Prince nearest to the body. A Herald ( alone in a mourning coach), habited as the other Officers of Arms. The Great Banner, borne in front of a mourning coach, in which were a Captain & two Lieutenants, as with the other banners Gauntlet and Spurs, —~— = s, ' The remainder of tbe procession followed in the order as before marshalled. The Chief Mourner, and his two supporters, were seated on chairs at the head of the Body, and the six assistant mourners, and four fupporters of the pall, on stools on each side. The relations of tbe Deceased also near them In the choir. On the entrance of the corpse into the church at the west door, the Minor Canons and Vicars Choral of St. Paul's, the gentlemen of his Majesty's Chapel Royal and Westminster Abbey, ( to the number of 88, twenty- six of them boys) began, to sing from j \, a Dr. Croft's Burial Service, " I am the Resurrection" ; without the organ, which occasionally struck the chords. The gentlemen of the choir preceded the body, and continued singing until it arrived in the choir, and from the number of excellent voices, it li. rd a most solemn and sublime effect,— In the course of the service, Dr. Greene's Funeral An- them, and a solemn Dirge, composed by Mr. Att- wood, organist of St. Pauls, were performed, as the corpse was carrying from the choir to the grave. After which, the burial service, composed by Dr. Croft aud H. Purcell, were sung over tbe grave The mortal remains of the departed Hero were then committed to the tomb, amidst the tears and lamentations of this grateful & admiring countrymen. — The whole concluded with a most appropriate selection from Handel's Funeral Anthem. The service at the interment being over, Garter proclaimed the slyle; and the Comptroller, Trea- surer and Steward of the deceased, breaking their staves gave the pieces to Garter, who threw them into the grave. The interment thus ended, the standard, banners, banncrolls, and trophies were deposited on the table behind tbe Chief Mourner; and the procession, arranged by the officers of arms, returned. Upwards of 500 persons of distinction attended the funeral in carriages, amongst whom were, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Clarence, the Duke of Norfolk ( Earl Marshal), Dukes of Devonshire, St. Alban's, and Montrose ; Marquis of Douglas; Lords Moira, Hawkesbury, Mulgrave, Bucking- hamshire, Hutchinson, Holland, Dartmouth, Sid- mouth, Castlereagh, and H. Petty; Bishop of Exe- ter ; Mr. Windham, Mr. Fox, 57 Divines, 30 Ad- mirals, 134 Naval Captains and Lieutenants, about ioo Esquires, See. & c. Further particulars in our next. ELM- HILL. Ladies' Boarding and Day School. THE MISS HEASELLS beg leave to in- form their Friends, the SCHOOL will Open again January 18th, 1806. No. 6. St. GEORGE'S COLGATE, NORWICH. Miss Pratt's School Re- opens Monday, January the 20th, 1806. ~ A CARD. MR. HODGSON MOST respectfully informs the Public that he will, on Saturday, the nth instant, from twelve to four in the afternoon, exhibit his DEVICE in GROTTO- WORK, with an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT, in memory of our departed NELSON.— Admission Voluntary.— The whole re- ceipt will be remitted to the PAtrIOTIC Fund. St. Andrew's, 10th Jan. ,1806. Steady Active YOUTH of respectable connections, about 17 or 18 years of age to assist in a retail and wholesale busi- nes's, as occation requires. » For particulars apply at the Printing- Office. TEN POUND NOTE LOST. LOST, between the Hospital and Town Close, one of Mess'rs. Gurneys' Ten Pound Notes.— Whoever will bring it to Messrs. Gurneys will receive TWO GUINEAS Reward. WM. STAFFORD, FANCY HEAD- DRESS MAKER, AND LADIES' HAIR- DRESSER, Nos. 14, & 18, RAMPANT HORSE- STREET, N0 R WI CH, RESPECTFULLY informs the LADIES of this City and County, that he has just com- pleted for their inspection, at No. 14, an entire new and fashionable assortment ot full and half- dress Head- Dresses, Hair Caps, Bows, Bandeaus, & c. to which he solicits their attention. A variety of Gentlemen's Crop or Dress Wigs of the first fashion. This Day is Published, ASERMON, preached on Christmas- day, at ST. GeOrGE'S CoLeGATE. By the Rev. CHARLES NEWTON. The Expences of Printing the Work being de- frayed by the Parilh, at whole request it is pub- lished, any Money, arising Irom the Sale will be appropriated, altogether, to the service of the PA- TRIOTIC FUND. Printed and Sold by R. M. Bacon, Cockey lane, Norwich. spurs, . Helm and Crest, / Target and Sword, f . Surcoat, J LONDON, Thursday, Jan. 9. The Hamburgh Mail, which arrived this day, brings an account of an engagement in Hanover. The French made a sortie from the fortress of Hameln, on the 23d ult. when the British and Russians repulsed them, killed a considerable number, took 200 prisoners and 2 pieces of cannon. The French have entered Trieste. The Austrian and French troops are going into cantonments, in consequence of the ar- mistice, which is expected to be prolonged to the end of March. It is said that there will be an offensive and defensive alliance between Austria and France. Count Haugwitz left Vienna for Berlin on the 15th ult. The Marquis of Wellesley and suite arrived at Portsmouth, on Tuesday, in the Howe frigate, from the East Indies. A report was circulated yesterday that Ad- miral Collingwood had fallen in with the Rochefort Squadron, and had captured se- veral of them. NORWICH, SATURDAY, On Wednesday next, will be published, PRICE 2s. 6d: ( Embellished with a highly- finished and strong cha- racteristic LIKENESS ( engraved by Mr. TOM- KINS) of the late Vice Admiral LOrD VISCOUNT NELSON, with Fac Similes of his hand- writing; also his Armorial Bearings, and a representation of the Sword of the Spanish Rear- Admiral Don Francisco Wyntbuysen, which Admiral Nelson presented to the City of Norwich, in 1797) MEMOIRS of the PROFESSIONAL LIFE & GLORIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS of the late Vice- Admiral LORD VISCOUNT NELSON : including ample Details of the Brilliant AiSiions in which he was fo cnnspicuously engaged, off Cape St. Vincent, in Aboukir Bay, off Copenha- gen, and Cape Trafalgar ; and several of his Letters, amongst which is a copy of the Letter which he sent to the Mayor of Norwich, with tbe Sword of the Spanish Admiral. TO WHICH WILL BE ADDED, A Circumstantial Account of the FUNE- RAL PROFESSIONS, and the last Ho- nours paid to the Memory of this Illustrious Hero.. ; . . LE MAIRE'S ASTRINGENT TOOTH POWDER, Sold by his Widow. No. 10, London- lane. THIS POWDER, was prepared at the for- mer Court of France by ihe late Le Main's Father, who by his abilities as a Dentist, had obtained an eminent lit nation with one of the Royal Princes. Mrs. Le. MAIRE humbly solicits the continuance of that patronage, which her late husband fo libe- rally received during the short time he lived in Nor- wich. N. B. All sorts of Tooth Brushes. Lieut. Robert John Harvey, of the .4th Dra- goons, is appointed to be Captain, in the 53d regt. Foot, by purchase, vice Everard resigned.' Commission in the Norfolk Militia signed by the Lord Lieutenant. Western Regiment.— Henry Morley, Esq. to be Captain, vice Tooke resigned. The Norwich Theatre opened on Saturday last. The company has been strengthened by the acqui- sition of several new performers of merit, and a variety of new pieces are in rehearsal. Last Sunday morning, at the conclusion of tbe exercise of the. Norwich Regiment, Lieut. Col. Harvey thanked the companies for their loyal dis- position to subscribe a day's pay to the Patriotic Fund at Lloyd's; he recommended to the men to make their domestic exigencies their primary ob- ject, but in the event of being finally resolved upon a contribution, he wished them to take time t. o consider whether the donation should be preferably applied to the Fund at Lloyd's, or in aid of the Pil- lar, to commemorate the illustrious, beloved, und lamented Hero, Admiral Viscount Nelson. Sunday last, the lady of Edward Rigby, Esq. Mayor of this city, was, safely delivered of a daughter, at his house in St. Giles's. Thursday se'nnight was married, Capt. Oliver, of the Royal Navy, to Mil's Lane, of Southtown, near Yarmouth Thursday last was married, at St. Luke's Chapel, by tbe Rev. John Partridge, the Rev. Henry Say, of Swaffham, to Miss Jane Partridge, of the Close. Lately died, in the West Indies, Capt. Charles Clarke, of the third Weft India Regiment, brother to Mr. F, Clarke, of Keswick, in this county. Lately died, in his 70th year, Mr. Johnson, a respectable farmer, at Corpusty. Lately died, in the 68th year of his age, deserv- edly respected, Mr. Wm. Smith, many years an eminent butcher, of Tittleshall. Thursday se'nnight died, Mrs. Thompson, wife of Mr. Thompfon, ship- master, of Lynn. Same day died, Mrs. Martin, wife of Mr. Mar- tin, grocer, of Lynn, aged 59. Monday last, died, at his houfe, in Bethel- street, aged 86, Mr. Samuel Daynes, one of the oldest tradesmen in St. Peter's Mancroft. Same day died, in his 89th year, Mr. Thomas Wright, of Wramplingham, father of Mr. J. Wright, of Southtown School. Same day died, Mrs. Jane Adams, of Tittleshall. Tuesday lull died, in Ber- street, in tbe 6; d year of his age, Mr. Robert Kitton, of this city. Monday last, William South, servant to John Daynes, of Southbergh, in this county, farmer, was convicted before John Browne, Esq. and paid the penalty for riding on a waggon, not having any reins to the horses or some person to guide the same. And on Thursday last, George Greenfield was also convicted before Edward Rigby, Esq. Mayor, and paid the penalty for leaving a cart in the King's high way, so as to interrupt the free passage of his Majesty's subjects. William Culpitt, the younger, of Wymondham, was lately convicted before Randall Burroughes, Esq. in the full penalty of twenty pounds and costs, for cutting down young trees, in the plantation of the Right Hon. Lord Wodehouse, which penalty his Lordship has this week caused to be distributed to AN. 11. in front of four mourning coaches, in which were Heralds habited as before which tbe Coronet of the deceased, on a black velvet cushion was borne by Clarenenux King of Arms, habited as before, and attended by two Gentlemen Ushers. The six Lieutenants of the Royal Navy, habited as before, bearing the bannerolls, in two mourning coaches. The six Admirals, in like habits, who were to bear the canopy, in two mourning coaches. Tiie four Admirals, in like habits, who were to fup- port the pall, in a mourning coach. THE BODY, Covered with a black velvet pall, adorned with six escocheons, under a canopy, and placed on a Funeral Car, decorated with escocheons, bannerolls, and emblematical devices. The Car was drawn by six led horses. Carter Principal King of Arms, in .1 mourning coach, habited as the other Officers of Arms, with his sceptre, attended by two Gentle- men Ushers. The Chief Mourner, in a long mourning cloak, with his two supporters, being Admirals, and his train- bearer, being a Cap- tain in the Royal Navy, all in mourning cloaks, over their full uniform coats, black waistcoats, breeches, and stockings, crape round their arms and hats. Six assistant mourners being Admirals, in two mourning coaches, in mourning cloaks as before. Norroy King of Arms, I in a mourning coach; habited as the other Officers ot Arms. I The Banner of Emblems, in front of a mourning coach, in which were a Captain, and two Lieutenants of the Royal Navy, as with the other banners. Relations of the deceased, in mourning coaches. Officers of the Navy and Army, according to their respective ranks, the seniors nearest the Body. At Temple Bar, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of London, attended by his Officers, and followed by the Aldermen and Sheriffs, and by the Deputa- tion from the Common Council, rcceivcd the Pro cession. About two o'clock the procession arrived. Upon arrival at St! Paul's Cathedral, the six con- ductors, forty- eight pensioners from Greenwich Hos- pital, and forty- eight. seamen Of the Victory, ascended the iieps. divided, and ranged on each side, without the great west door; and tbe rest of the procession, having alighted at the west gate of the church- yard, entered the church, and divided on either sidc, ac- cording to their ranks : those who had proceeded first remaining nearest the door. The officers of arms, and the bearers of the banners, with their sup- porters, entered the choir, and stood within, near the door; and, as there was not sufficient space in the choir to admit a large portion of the procession, ' the Nobility, Great Officers of State, Dukes of the Blood Royal, and his Royal Highness the Prince of WALES, only proccedcd into the choir, with those Paving Bill.- - Counter Petition. WHErEAS, it is expected that as soon as '' Parliament meets, a Petition for " An " Act for better Paving, Lighting, Watch- " ing and Cleansing, the City of Norwich," will be presented, and as there is great reason to believe that a large majority of Owners and Occupiers of Estates, consider the pro- posed measure as inexpedient, and that if an Act were obtained, it would be partial and un- just in its operation; such persons arc re- quested to meet at. the Hall, in the Market, 011 Tuesday, the 14th day of January, pre- cisely at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to pro-' mote the most efficacious means of opposing the said Petition. NORWICH, 10th Jan. 1806. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. ATHOW, On Monday, the 13th day of January, 1806, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at ibe King's Head, Ash- welthorpe, ADWELLING- HOUSE, Outhouse, Right of Commonage, and about half an acre of ex tremely good Land, planted with valuable Fruit- trees, lituate at Fundenhill, in Norfolk, now in the occupation of Wm. Lund. Apply to Mr. steward, Surry- ftreet, Norwich. NEW LOTTERY OFFICE. DUNHAM & YALLOP, GOLDSMITHS AND JEWELLERS, Dealers in Tea, Coffee, & Chocolate, BEING appointed Agents for Mr. T. Bish, Contractor for the prefent Lottery, and pro- prietor of the truly fortunate Offices, No. 4 Corn- hill, and 9, Charing Cross, London ( where the last 30,000/. and the Two last 20,000/. Prizes Ever drawn, were shared, and registered), Beg. leave to inform their friends and the public, that Mr. Yallop is just returned from London, with a great variety of Tickets and Shares, which will be ] sold at the same prices as in town ; likewise a large & extensive assortment of JEWELLERY, SILVER, PLATED, PAPER, and JAPANNED GOODS, and CUTLERY, which will be sold on the lowest terms. DOLLOND's Patent Periscopic Spectacles, Opti- cal Glasses, of all sorts, Anodyne Necklaces, Shoot- ing and Fishing Tackle, Wax and Sperm Candles. N. B. The best price for Gold and Silver. An Apprentice Wanted. Quarter Sessions.— Norfolk, Jan. 15 ; Norwich, 17; Lynn, 21; Holt, 24; Beccles, Jan. 13; Woodbridge, 15; Ipswich, 17; Bury, 20; and Wisbech, Jan. 14. Amongst the numerous celebrations in this county, of the late glorious, victory, that which took place at Dereham, has not yet been noticed.— On the Thanksgiving day, the two troops of Cavalry, commanded by Major Hyde and Capt. Crisp, ( pre- ceded by a band) attended at Church, where an appropriate discourse was given by the Rev. Mr. Frere ; after which, they mounted their horses and performed fome military movements; they returned • to the Market- place and fired three vollies, be- tween each of which, the band played Old Eng- land s favourite tunes. The Major then assembled his men at the George Inn, informed them the reason of their being called together, described the advan- tage of the victory ( and how much it bettered the prospects of the Volunteers) and the great national loss of the immortal Nelson, ( our county's boast); he then told them he had provided a dinner, with a bottle of wine to each',' at the same time recom- mended them to temper their joy for the victory with the recollection of the loss with which it was attended. At the dinner table in the Assembly Rooms, a number of gentlemen met the troops, I" and partook of an excellent dinner; the music 1 played during the repast, and the evening was spent ! with rational conviviality. Every one sympa- thized on the occasion, and the banner and officers' arms, bore tbe symbols of love, respect, and vene- ration, due to exalted worth and virtues. " His virtues shine in native worth array'd, " Nor want, nor ask, precarious flattery's aid : " Nelson, a nation's voice thy name shall raise, " Applauding Senates consecrate thy praise." As a solemn tribute to the memory of our de- parted countryman, LORD NELSON, the great bell of St. Peter's Mancroft, and those of the several churches in this city, tolled from twelve until two o'clock 011 Thursday last, being the day of bis in- terment, in St. Paul's Cathedral. We believe, that the same took place in almost every parish throughout this county. " Glorious Hero, may thy grave, " Peace and Honour ever have I " After all thy pains and woes, " Rest eternal, sweet repose !" In the evening, Mr. Hodgson, of St. Andrew's, exhibited fome original Poetry, in an illuminated Grotto, on this occasion. Tbe lines aud the device are highly spoken of. ' The Relations who attended the Funeral of the late Lord Nelson, were, Earl Nelson, Lord Vis- count Merton, Thos. Bolton, Esq. Geo. Matcham, Esq. Thos. Bolton, jun. Esq. Geo. Matcham, jun. Esq. Thos. Trench Berney, Esq. Rev. Robt Rolfe, Hon. Geo Walpole, M. P. and Hon. Horatio Walpole, M. P. tbe poor of Kimberley and adjoining parishes. Wednesday last, an inquifition was taken by Samuel Stone, Gent. Coroner, on John Scarll, a prisoner confined for debt in- the City Gaol, who died there that afternoon. The Jury, impanelled 011, this occafion ( as required by law), consisted of six of the prisoners and six of the neighbouring in- habitants, and they having heard the evidence of the surgeon who attends the gaol and other wit- nesses, returned their verdict— Died by the visitation of God. The prisoners in tbe City Gaol return thanks to the Rev C. J. Chapman for one guinea, also to Mrs. Johnson, of King- street, for half a guinea, the whole of which was equally, divided amongst them, and proved a great relief. YARMOUTH, Jan. 9, Sailed, 011 Tuesday, the Imogene, Censor, and Vixen. Arrived, on Saturday, the Antelope - of 50 guns, and remain with the Roebuck, Amaran- the, and Snipe. The Juno, De Jonge master, from Amsterdam, bound to Lisbon, with goods, is sent in here by a sloop of war. Tuesday last was launched from the Dock Yard of Mr. John Preston, a new gun brig of 14 guns, called the Fancy, being the sixth vessel for his Ma- jesty's service launched from the same yard ill the short space of twenty months. After the Diligence, from New York to Hull, had struck on Happisbnrgh sands, last week, four of the men were lost; three by being overset by the swell, in endeavouring to reach the shore in their boat, and a fourth from fatigue. The remainder were expected to share the same fate, when a boat from the shore attempted to reach the ship, but was obliged to return on account of the prodigious sea, which was washing over her. As the loss of these poor men seemed inevitable unless something was soon attempted, Lieut. Harford, ' who is sta- tioned at a signal post on that coast, encourag'- d the men from the shore to make another attempt, and actually steered tbe boat himself; after a long strug- gle, he succeeded in lashing the boat to the ship, when the remainder of the crew, ( eight in number) came down, half perished, from the mail top, and. were brought on shore. What praise, and what reward does not such conduct deserve ? The Hope, Denton, with oats, bacon, & c. sailed out of Scarborough, on Thursday, tbe aStb ult. about ten A. M for London, tbe wind N. and consequently, as sea- faring men term it, dead upon the coast, and blowing at the same time a violent gale. She had no sooner set sail, than one of her owners immediately took his horse, and rode to Flamborough Head, and just arrived in time to witness, not only the loss of his vessel, but of every soul on board of her. There were £ 00 people as- sembled on the cliff, and yet there was no possibility of rescue, that part of the cliff which immediately faced the sufferers presenting a perpendicular rock 80 yards high, and it being besides about half stood, the waves raged with violence, which after throw- ing the vessel 011 a rock, in a moment dashed her into a thousand pieces; she no sooner struck than she disappeared.- Two of the people got upon tbe bowsprit, and struggled against the cold, and ; iie waves which broke over them, for a considerable time, beckoning with their hands for assistance, but in vain. Besides her crew, consisting of a Captain, four men, and a boy. she had two passengers, Capt. Ward, and one Wilson, a sailor. Neither ship nor any part of the cargo ( worth altogether 3000l) was insured. ts—. ARRIVED, Robert, Palmer, from Scotland, with coals. — 7th in It. Harmony, Dingle, from Ireland, with yarn. SAILED the 4th inst. Norwich Merchant, Seager, for Hull, with goods; Enterprize. Cook for Gainsborough with corn Wray, Nichols, & Active, Graves, for Scotland, with do.- 6th, Mar- garet, Maryson, and Two Friends, Johnson, for do. with do ; two ships for the Straits, with herrings,— » 8th, Onslow, Teasdel, for Gainsborough, with corn. CAMBRIDGE, Jan. 9.— The subjects appoint- ed by the Vice- Chancellor for Sir Wm. Browne's Prize Medals for the present. year, are For the Odes, Mors Nelsoni. Epigrams, TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Advertisement and Paragraph from Lowestoft not having been transmitted through the hands of our agent there, cannot be inserted, until we know by whom they were sent. Theatre Royal This PRESENT EVENING, -' Saturday, January 11, 1806, will be presented a Comedy, ( never performed here), called THE DELINQUENT; Or. SEEING COMPANY, To which will be added an Opeta called YOUTH, LOVE, AND FOLLY. On Monday, January 13, 1806, will be performed the Tragedy of MACBETH, To which will be added an Opera, called THE TURnPiKE GATE. IT being understood that Mr. RICHARD BENSON, who died at Brigg, in I. incolnshire, in 1740, was of a Norfolk Family, and that his relations are now residing in this county, it is requested that they will acquaint Messrs. Dr. HAGUE and STONE. Attornies Norwich, who is the HEIR AT LAW of the said Richard Benson, as the signature of such Heir, is wanted tn a conveyance of an Estate, which was held by him in trust for others. THE FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL of Norwich will be opened on MONDAY, the 10th instant S. FORSTER, D. D. Master NEW BUCKENHAM ACADEMY Will be Opened the 19th instant. W. ALDERSON. Linton School, Cambridgeshire THE Rev. HOLT OKES, A. M. re- spectfully acquaints his Friends and ihe Pub- lic, that the usual business of his SCHOOL will re- commence on Monday, the 20th of January isltant. terms— Thirty- five Guineas per ann.— Entrance Two Guineas. FAKENHAM. MISS WELLS' School re- opens for the reception of Young Ladies, on MONDAY, January 20th, 1806. A Half Boarder wanted. Young Ladies' Boarding School, AT LITTLE WALSINGHAM. THE PARTNERSHIP between Miss PIGGE, and Miss FINCH, having lately been DISSOLVED by mutual content, Miss. PIGGE begs leave to Inform her Friends and the Public in general, that she intends ( on her own account.) to open her School again, at Little Walsingham, on Lady- Day next, for the reception of YoUng Ladies. Terms for Board and Education, Sixteen Guineas per ann. Writing, Dancing, French, & c. by proper masters. January 7th, 1806. MONEY. THE Sum of 2400I. for which interest will A be punctually paid half yearly, is wanted to be advanced on a landed Estate, iu Norfolk, of very considerable value. For particulars apply to Mr. Amyot, Attomey- at- law, Upper Close, Norwich. WANTED, 3000I. and 1200I, on good Landed Security, in the county of Norfolk. Apply to Mr. Yarington, Attorney, Swaffham, Norfolk. Red Lion Lane, St. Stephen's, Norwich. JAMES GIDNEY & COMPANY. HAVING met with great encouragement in the wholesale Orange trade, they intend from this time, to import their Oranges, that their friends may be accommodated with One or Ten Chests, the same price for ready money, us at their warehouse in Thames Street; fine China at 6s. 6d. per hundred, very good ; Port, from 4*. 3d. to js. jd. hundred ; fine Lemons at 18s. do. the same that are retailed at 3s. and 4 s. per dozen. N. B. The highest prices given for Nonpareils. THOMAS SELF, Drover, Saxlingham, near Norwich, BEGS leave to return his most grateful thanks to his numerous friends, for the favours he has received during Twenty years, wherein he has carried on the above business, and respectfully informs them, he has taken his son Wm. Self, into the above concern, in order that the Beasts may con- stantly be under the care of one of them. Gentlemen, farmers, and others, who may favour them with their support, may rely on the strictest at- tention being paid to their interest, and as Thos and Wm. Self, have no connection with any Salesman whatever, their employers may be assured of their beasts being delivered according to order. N. B. The Droving for the season, will commence on Monday next, the 13th instant, when beasts will be taken in at their premises, in Saxlingham, and other the usual places. Aylsham Associat ion. THE Subscribers to the above Association for the prevention of Felonies and Robberies within the parish of Aysham, and other places not exceeding the distance of five measured miles from Aylsham aforesaid, are desired to meet at the Black Boys Inn, in Aysham, on Monday, the 20th day of this instant January, at Four o'clock in the after- noon, for tbe purpose of transacting the business of the Association. And all Persons desirous of becoming Members of the Association are requested to attend at such Meeting. ADEY and REPTON, Treasurers. January 8, 1806. Norfolk & Norwich Hospital. N0TICE is hereby given, that a Gene ral Board of the Governors of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, will be held at the Hospital on Saturday, the 18th of January instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely. The Governors are desired to take notice, that this is the Board appointed for electing a Treasurer. The Subscribers for the annual support of the Hospital are desired to pay their Subscriptions into any of the Norwich Banks, or to Messrs. Walpole and Co. Bankers, in London, and they are earnestly rcquested to bring their last Receipts with them, as by this means many mistakes will be avoided. N. B. All annual Subscriptions commence on the 1st of January in each year, and by the 24th Rule, are to be paid as soon as may be after the year com- mences; and all Subscriptions made in the course of the year, are to be considered as commencing 011 the 1st of January preceding — And. by the 42d Rule, no Subscribers Recommendation is to be accepted if hie Subscription be two months in arrear; and n0 Governor's vote is to be admitted while his Sub- scription is unpaid. THOMAS BARBER, Secretary. NORFOLK. TO BE LET, HOUSE, fit for the immediate reception CEDAR TIMBER. of a genteel family, situated in a good neigh- bourhood, good roads, and in the midst of rural di- Versions of every kind. Application to Mr. Wm. Lemmon, Attorney, Downham- market, Norfolk. TO BE S O L D. ALarge quantity of inch CEDAR PLANK, English growth; perfectly dry, and fit for immediate use.—- For reference enquire of Mr. Pigge, Bookseller, Lynn. To BE SOLD, r MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the buildings, yard., and garden, thereto be- longing, in Wickmer, in Norfolk, in, the occupation of ; Laxen, as, tenant from year to year. This Estate adjoins to a very valuable and exten- sive Common, over which it has a right. For price and further particulars apply to Mr. Wm. Forster, Attorney, at North Walsham, in the said County. To be SOLD by Private Contract, ALL that . well- finished DWELLING- HOUSE, situated near St. Benedict's Gates, and now in the occupation of the Rev. jarrett Dash- wood, the Proprietor, together with the chaise- house, stable, straw- house, and capital hay- loft over . them, a back- yard, and about half an acre of Gar- den- ground,, all walled- in, and planted with well- selected, fruit- trees— The Premises are very conve- nient and all Freehold. N, B Mr. Dashwood will have no objection to take a well situated Country House in exchange for the above.— Enquire of Mr. Ewen, in St. Lawrence, Norwich. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By WM. BURT, On Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Two o'clock precisely,. at the King's Head, Ashwelthorpe, AFREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the parish of Hapton, Norfolk, between Long Stratton and Wymondham; consisting of a neat Dwelling- house ( with an old- established General Shop)— also a Baking- office, and other convenient buildings, together with a good Orchard and Gar- den, containing about one acre. Possession may be had immediately. For further particulars enquire of the Auctioneer, Norwich. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION For the benefits of the Underwriters, By WM. SEAMAN, On Thursday, the 16th of January, 1806, at Twelve o'clock, at the Black Lion, in the New Broad Row, Yarmouth, ABOUT 580 Sacks of RIDNEY POTA- TOES, the entire cargo Of the sloop Montgo- mery, I. Jatt, master. For particulars apply to Thomas Hurry and Co. of Yarmouth. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Custom House, Yarmouth, on Wednesday, the 22d January, 1806, at Two o'clock in the af- ternoon, ONE cwt. 2 qrs. 21lbs. wt. Cordage One dozen Flag- stones A lug- sail Boat, burthen about 8 tons All open Boat and 2 oars. For Dealers and others, 40 gallons of Wine. In small Lots, for Private Use only. About 2 gallons- of Rum 84 ditto of Geneva 40 ditto of Brandy. For Exportation. 110 pair of Leather Gloves 7 pair of Shoes 7 Silk Handkerchiefs. The Goods and Boats may be viewed by applying at the Custom- house, the morning previous to the Sale. DISTRESS Of ThE POOR IN GERMANY. TO BE SOLD, AlL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, and a moiety, or half part, of the Barn near thereto, and also three acres and seven perches of arable Land, or thereabouts, in Alping- ton, Norfolk, now in the several occupations of Mr. Peter Nichols, Gooch, widow, and — Thurlow, widow. N. B. The dwelling- house, moiety of the barn, and one acre and two roods of the Land are Copy- hold of the. Manor of Framlingham Earl, the re- mainder Freehold— quit- rent 8d. and Land- tax 12s. per year— title arbitrary. Also all that small piece of Land, late part of the Wasteland or Common of Arlington aforesaid, containing three roods and 22 perches, now also in the occupation of the said Peter Nichols. N. B. Two roods and 26 perches of which are Copyhold of the said Manor, the remainder Freehold. For further particulars apply to Mr. Wm. Ni- chols, of Hales, near Loddon, Norfolk.; or W. Cole, Attorney, Loddon aforesaid. THE attention of every Friend to Humanity is particularly called at this moment, to the un-. precedented Misery and Distress which the Poorer Classes of Inhabitants in various parts of Germany are now suffering; but more particularly in Swnhia, and the other Provinces lately overrun and deso- lated by the French Armies. Innumerable Letters, received by the most re- spectable Houses in this Kingdom, agree inrepre- senting the great Scarcity, of Provisions prevailing in many parts of that Empire; but. especially in the Districts which have since become the Seat of War. The Vintage has also sailed, from the unfavour- ableness of the Season— The vast Armies which traversed the Country have been quartered in the Houses of every Class, who were obliged to feed them with the means destined for the support of their own Families— Foraging Parties of Soldiers have, at the point of the Bayonet, compelled the Farmers to thresh out and deliver up their Grain — In many places there is scarcely any animal Food remaining, the Cattle having been consumed by the Armies. To alleviate, as far as possible, the Distresses of our Fellow- creatures, suffering under the combined Miseries of WAR and FAMINE, a Subscription is now raising in London, the amount of which will he immediately remitted to confidential Houses of the first respectability in Germany, to be ex- pended in the Purchase of Provsions, or in extend- ing such other Relief as may be deemed most ad- visable. The Miseries of these unhappy People, cannot fail to excite in the heart of every BRITON, the strongest feelings of Commiseration and Charity, as well as unfeigned Gratitude for the Happiness and Protection which they enjoy. And it is hoped, that those who suffer so dire a calamity, will not be be disappointed in the humble expectation of re- ceiving Relief at their hands. The Committee in London, for managing this Subscription, are desirous of extending it to every part of the United Kingdom ; Contributions will therefore be thankfully received by all the Bankers in Norwich; and by Messrs. Down, Thornton, and Co. Messrs. Hankey, and Co. Messrs. Hoares, and Messrs. Smith and Holt, Bankers, in London.. Amount of Subscriptions advertised last week - - - - Mr. A. Ashton - Wm. Taylor, jun. Efq. - Lord Bishop of Norwich - - - 660 Messrs. Foster, Son and Unthank - 330 Anonymous - - - - 5 5 o Sylvanus Bevan, Esq. - - 10 10 o Wm. Wilkins, Esq. - - 220 Robert Whincop, Esq. - - 200 Rev. R. Hankinson - - - 500 Ellingham, Broome, Kirby Cane, and Geddestone Inclosure. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION', By J. SHARPE, On Wednesday, January 15, 1806, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects of the late Mrs. HARDY, Wi- dow, Glover and Felmonger, deceased, at Newton Flotman; comprising beds and bedding, tables, chairs, chest of drawers, 30- hour clock, with many useful articles, which will be expressed in a written Catalogue to be seen on the premises the day of sale. N. B. Also will be Sold by Auction, some time in February, unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract, of which timely notice will be given, all that Messuage or Dwelling- house, or the above Mrs. Hardy, deceased, with yards, pits, drying- sheds, & c in a capital situation, fit either for a Tan- ner or Felmonger, where an extensive trade has been carried on, situate against the turnpike- road, and a good distance from several market- towns. The above may be sold with three acres of excellent Meadow Land, or without. For further particulars apply to Mr. Hardy, Forn- cett, or the Auctioneer, Hempnall. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Falcon, in Ditchingham, 0n Thursday, the 20th day of February next, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, unless sooner disposed of by Pri- vate Contract, Lot 1. A Double DWELLING- HOUSE, pleasantly situated near the Hall, in Ditchingham aforesaid, with the yards, garden, orchard, & weaving- shops, thereunto belonging, now in the occupation of —— Butcher. Lot 2. One other Double Dwelling- house, adjoin- ing the first lot, with a Pightle of most excellent Land, whereon brick- earth of the first quality is to be found, now in the occupation of Philip Palmer and his under- tenant. Possession of both lots may be had at Michaelmas, next, and for price aud further particulars apply personally or by letter, ( post paid) to S. Rainbird, of Wicklewood, near . Wymondham, Norfolk. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Monday, the 27th day of January, 1806, be tween the hours of Three and Five in the after- noon, at the Bell Inn, at Swanton Novers, in Norfolk, ( unless sooner disposed of by private contract, in which case, notice will be given in this paper), subject to such conditions of sale, as will then be produced, AVery desirable ESTATE, situated at Swanton Novers aforesaid, in Two Lots, Lot the first, comprises a Messuage or Farm- house with barn and stable, and about 34 acres and two'' roods, of excellent arable land. Lot the second, comprises a Cottage, and about 19 acrt s and two, roods of land. The copyhold parts of these premises are subject only, to small and certain fines, and the assess- ment to the land tax is at a very moderate rate. N. B. In case these premises are not sold by auc- tion, at the time and place abovesaid, the proprietor will be ready, immediately afterwards, to let the same, to any person or persons desirous of hiring the same. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thos. Jex, the Proprietor, at Kettleston, near Fakenham, or to Mr. Stokes, Attorney- at- law, at Fakenham; afore- said. A good Old and Well- accustomed INN. TO BE SOLD bY AUCTION, By NOAH BAKER & SON, And Entered upon at Lady next, On Thursday, January 16, 1806, at three o'clock in the afternoon, 0n the premises, subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced) AL L that truly valuable FREEHOLD EST'ATE, most eligibly situated for business, at Brandon, in Suffolk, known by the Sign of the MAID'S HEAD, nearly the whole of which has been rebuilt from the ground within these two years, in a most substantial manner, with a sash front, and re- plete with every conveniency within, stabling for thirty horses, yard, and garden well planted, good water, & c. with a good common right to the same belonging, now in the occupation of Mr. William Muncey. the owner, who intends, carrying on the Furrierung business only. The Beer Trade to this house is very great, on ac- count of the uncommon' number of hands em- ployed in the flint manufactory. Further particulars may be had of Mr. Fuller, at- torney at Brandon; or of tbe auctioneer, in Thet- ford ; and Mr. Muncey will shew the premises, which are worthy of particular notice and attention. At a MEETING of the Noblity, Gen- try, Clergy, and Freeholders of the county of Norfolk, held at the Shirrhouse, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of Decem- ber, for the purpose of taking into considera- tion in what manner the Country could best de- monstrate their respect for the Memory of their Countryman, Lord NELSON, and their gratitude for his incomparable- Services, RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY, That a Monument be erected in some suitable place within the County, to the memory of the late Lord Nelson. That a Subscription be inmediately opened to provide a sufficient Fund for the expences of such a Monument, and that the Bankers in the City and County be requested to receive the Subscriptions. That a Committee be appointed for the purpose of carrying the above Resolutions into effect, as well by recommending a- proper spot for erecting such a Monument, as by receiving designs and esti- mates of expences, and by adopting whatever mea- sures they may judge expedient. That the Committee consist of the following No- blemen and Gentlemen :— The Lord Lieutenant, the High Sheriff; Lord Bayning, Lord Wodehouse, Colonel Harbord, Co- lonel Wodehouse, Sir Jacob Henry Astley, M. P. Sir Roger Kerrison, Thomas William Coke, Esq. M. P. Lieutenent- General Money, the Mayor of Norwich, Lieutenant- Colonel Patteson, M. P. John Berney Petre, Esq. Colonel Preston, Lieut,- Colonel Gurdon. and Lieut.- Colonel Harvey. That the Committee be instructed to prepare a report of their proceedings, to be laid before the adjourned County Meeting, to be held as herein after mentioned. That the Committee be authorized to add to their numbers the names Of any other Subscribers, whose assistance they may think requisite. That this Meeting do request the several Bankers who shall have received Subscriptions, to transmit an account of them to Mr. Lay, in St. Giles's- street, Norwich, 011 or before Friday, the 10th of January, in order that it may be laid before the Committee, 0n the following day. That this Meeting be adjourned to one o'clock on Thursday, the sixteenth of January, being the second day of the County Sessions. That this Meeting do request the said Commit- tee to meet at the Shirehouse, at one o'clock, on Saturday, the eleventh day of January. That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the High Sheriff, for his attendance and conduct in the Chair, LAY, Clerk to the General Meetings. SUBSCRIBER S To the Monument to be erected to the Memory of LORD NELSON. Amount advertised before - The Dean and Chapter Thomas Kett, Esq, Thomas Back, jun. Esq. Brampton Gurdon Dillingham, Esq. Richard Milles, Esq. Anthony Hamond, Esq. Silvanus Bevan, Esq. George Jerningham, Esq. Robert Harvey, jun. Esq. Thomas Cubitt, Esq. Thomas Glover Ewen, Esq. Rev. Roger Freston Howman William Wilkins, Esq. Mr. Charles Lay Mr. John Wright Rev. George Cook, anticipated Profits of a Sermon 0n I. ord Nelson's Death The Parish of Honingham Rev. O. T. Lindley Mr. Daniel Crabtree James Elmer James Elmer, jun. Martin Shepherd - John Turner William Wiseman C. B. late Servant to Sir E. Berry, Lord Nelson's ship— by Mr, Lay Mr. Robert Cubitt - John Golk T homas Cubitt Thomas Mairs Thomas Gaze William Partridge William Woodrow Thomas Baldwin John Pope John Shepherd - - William Gedge Thomas Holdritch William Larter William Banyard Thomas Marsh PRIVATE ROADS. JOHN DUGMORE, HENRY BELL, and WILLIAM UNTHANK, the major part of the Commissioners named and . appointed in or by vir- tue of the Act of Parliament made and passed for the said Inclosure, do hereby give notice, that they have set out and appointed the following Private Roads, through and over the lands and grounds, directed by the said Act to be divided, allotted, and inclol'ed, within the said parishes of Ellingham, Broome, Kirby Cane, and Geldestone ( that is to say), lit.— One private Road in Ellingham aforesaid, branching out of the first public road at the north- east corner of the allotment to John Page, and- pro ceeding in a south direction to the east end of the al- lotment to Matthias Boon; for the use and conveni- ence of all . persons having: allotments adjoining the said private road,- and their respeCtive tenants and . asslgns, , 2d. — One other Private Road in EIlingham afore- said, branching out of' the first public road nearly opposite a cottage belonging to John Muffatt, and proceeding in a north direction to the cottage belong- ing to Balay Bird, thence . in an east direction to tbe south- east corner of the garden lately belonging to the said John Page, and now to the Rev. Wm. john- son, for the use of the said William Johnson, Balay Bird, Matthias Boon, and of John Bird and Robert West, and their respectiVe tenants and assigns; . 3d— One other Private Road in Ellingham afore- said, leading from the north- east corner of the first allotment to John Packard, to the south- west corner of an inclosure- belonging to him for the ufe- and convenience of the said John Packard and the Rector of Ellingham. 4th. One other Private Road In Ellingham afore- said, branching out of the first public road at the south- west corner of the allotment to the Trustees for Broome Town Estate, and proceeding in a north -.. i- rection to the farm- yard belonging to Tifford Clarke, and thence in a west direction to the gate leading into the said farm- yard, for the use and convenience of the said Tifford Clarke, his tenants or assigns. 5th — One other Private Road in Ellingham afore- said, branching out of the seventh public road at the west corner of the allotment made to the Trustees for Kirby and Effingham Town Estate, and proceed- ing in a south direction to the allotment to Thomas Beckett, and thence in an ealt direction to the allot- ment to the Trustees for the poor of Ellingham, for the life and convenience of all persons Having allot ments or lands- adjoining to the said private road, and their respeCtive. tenants and assigns. 6th.— One other Private Road in Ellingham afore- said, branching our of the said fifth private road, and proceeding in a south direction to the north- east cor- ner of an inclosure belonging to William johnson,. thence along the east side thereof and across the open field to the gate at the entrance thereof, next the road leading from Ellingham Church to Beccles, for the use and convenience of all persons having allot- ments or lands adjoining thereto, and of such persons who are or shall he entitled to the use of the said fifth private road, and their respective tenants and assigns. 7th,— One other. Private Road in Ellingham mea- dows, beginning at the north- east corner of the allot- ment to the Trustees for Kirby and Ellingham Town Estate, and proceeding in a west direction to a mea- dow called Six Acres, belonging to the Rectory of Ellingham, thence in a south direction to the north end of the allotment made to Mary Browne, and thence in an east direction to the allotment made to Robert Wilson, for the use and convenience of all persons having allotments adjoining thereto. 8th — One other Private Road in Ellingham afore- said, branching out of the road leading from Elling- ham Church to Beccles, at - the north- east corner of the first allotment made to the Surveyors of the Highways in Ellingham, and proceeding in a south direction to the north- east corner of the . first allot- ment to Lord Suffield; for the use and convenience - of John Browne, Dioness Fowle, and the said Lord- Suffield, and William johnson, and their respective te- nants and assigns. ", 9th.— One other Private Road in Ellingham and Geldestone aforesaid' branching out of the eighth public road at the north- east corner of the allotment made, to Robert Westgate, and proceeding in a south direction to the north east corner of the seventh al lotment to Thomas Kerrich, for the use and conve- nience of all persons having allotments or lands ad- joining thereto.' ioth.— One other Private Road in Ellingham and . Geldestone aforesaid, branching out of the eighth public road at the north- east corner of the fourth al- lotment to Robert Bond proceeding in a south direction to the bridge across the first public drain, thence in nearly the same direcition to the allotment to Matthias Kerrison, and thence in an east direction to the nineteenth allotment to the Rev Wm. John- son, for the use and convenience of all persons having allotments adjoining thereto nth.— One other Private Road in Broome afore- said, branching out of the. ninth public road at the east end of the garden belonging to John Hubbard, and proceeding in . a south- east direction to the third allotment made, to Dioness Fowle, for the use and convenience of all persons having allotments adjoin- ing thereto. 12th.—- One. other Private Road in Broome afore- said,. branching out of the ninth public road near a cottage belonging to Benjamin Raven, and proceed- ing in a south east direction to the north east corner of the allotment made to the Trustees for Broome' town land, for the use and convenience of all per- fons having allotments adjoining thereto. 13th.— One other Private Road in Broome afore- said, branching out of the ninth public road at the east corner of the garden belonging to Thomas Lawn, aud proceeding along the north east side thereof, for the distance of about fifty- five yards, for the use and convenience of the said Thomas Lawn, his tenants or assigns. ... 14th.— One other Private Road, in Kirby Cane aforefaid, branching out. of the seventh public road, at the south west corner, of the garden. belonging to William Lawes, and. proceeding in an east direction ' along the south side of the second public drain tq the third allotment to the Earl of Rosebery, for the use and convenience of all persons having allotments or lands adjoining thereto, and of all such persons as are or shall be entitled to use the private road next described. 15th.— One other private Road in Kirby Cane aforesaid, branching. out of the said fourteenth pri- vate road at the north west corner of the allotment to the Rector of Kirby Cane and proceeding in a south direction to the second allotment to Robert Buck, a part of: the same- road branching therefrom to the second allotment to. John Howes, for the use and convenience of all. persons having allotments or lands adjoining thereto, and their respective tenants and assigns. -. , 16th.— One other Private Road in Kirby Cane aforefaid, branching out of the seventh public road at the north end of the allotment to Thos. Howes, and proceeding in a south direction - to the allotment to the Feoffees of Ellingham town estate, for the ufe and convenience of all persons having allotments adjoiniog thereto, aud their respective tenants and assigns. 17th.-— One other Private Road in Kirby Cane aforesaid, branching out of the public road leading over Kirby Cane Green, and proceeding in a north direction to the first allotment made to Robert Wil- son, for the use and convenience of Robert Bond, and the said Robert Wilson, their respective tenants and assigns. 18th.— One other Private Road in Geldestone. aforefaid, branching out of the. eighth public road at the north corner of the allotment made to the Trus- tees of Gillingham Town Estate, and proceeding, in a west: direction to the north corner of the fourth allotment to Lord Suffield, for the use and conve- nience of the said Lord Suffield, and the said Trus- tees, their tenants and assigns. 19th.-- One other Private Road in Geldestone aforesaid, beginning at the south end of the road leading to Bush Fen, and proceeding in an east direc tion along the north side thereof to the allotment taken by Richard Boon in exchange with. Thomas Chaplin, for. the use and convenience of Samuel Todd, and the said Richard Boon, their respeCtive. tenants and assigns. 20th.—- One other Private Road in Kirby Cane aforesaid, branching out of the road leading from Kirby Cane to Stockton, at the northeast corner of the field allotment to the Trustees for Kirby Cane Town Land, thence proceeding in a fouth direction to the fifth field allotment made to the Trustees for Kirby and Ellingham Town Estate. 21st.— One other Private Road in Ellingham and Broome aforesaid, branching out of Dull's Lane at the north east corner of the firit Field allotment to Dioness Fowle, and proceeding in a west direction over the said allotment to the allotment in Pear Tree Vent Close. thence in a north direction along the east side of the last- mentioncd allotment to the north end thereof then In a west direction along the said north end to an inclosure called I) ull's Shrubbery belonging, to the Rev. S S. Colman, for the use and convenience of the said S. S. Colman, his heirs, tenants, and assigns. And notice is hereby further given, that they have ascertained the said private roads by marks and bounds, and have prepared a map in which the same are accurately laid down and described, and deposited the fame with their Clerks, Messrs. Tay- lor and Browne, Diss, Norfolk. And the said Com missoners do hereby also give notice that they in- tend to hold their next meeting for the purpose of hearing objections to the setting put the said private roads, and for the pUrposes of the said Act, on Wed- nesday, the fifth of February, 1806, at the King's Head Inn, Bungay, Suffolk, at three o'clock in the afternoon — Dated January 6, 1806, By order of the Commissioners, TAYLOR & BROWNE, Solicitors. N. B. All persons having any bills against the said inclosure, are desired to send in the same at the. above meeting, as they will not be allowed after that time. Norfolk Land- Tax Redemption.' THE Meeting of the Commissioners for demption and Sale of the LAND- TAX of the county of Norfolk, will be held in the Shire House, at the Castle of Norwich on Wednesday, tbe fifteenth day of January, at eleven o'clock in the fore- noon. By Order of the said Commissioners.' JOHN TRENCHARD. Swaffham, Jan. 1, 1806. Notice to Creditors and Debtors. WHeReAS JOHN RICHES and WIL- LIAM SCOTT, of the City of Norwich, Hempen Cloth Manufacturers, have assigned over all their joint Effects- to Thomas Scott, and Henry Aggs, of the said City, Manufacturers, in trust for the equal Benefit of . their Creditors; such Per- sons, therefore, as . have any Claim upon the said John Riches and William Scott, are desired to send an account to the said Henry Aggs, and to call at his Counting- House, No. 10, Pitt- street, St. Augustine's, to execure the Deed of Assign- ment on or before the first day of next March, Otherwise they will be excluded from the Benefit of the same. And snch Persons as stand indebted to the said John Riches and William Scott, are desired to pay their respective Debts to the faid Henry Aggs immediately, otherwise they will be prosecuted without further notice. Benj. Kittmer, Esq. Francis Ridsdale, Esq. Thomas Dusgate, Esq. William Becher, Esq. Sir D Mackworth, Bart. Sir M. Bloxham, M. P. F. Dickins, Esq. M. P. Ralph Caldwell, Esq. E. W. Martin, Esq, DIRECTORS. MR. James ADAms, President. Mr. Alex. THWAITES. Vice President. Thomas Strickland, Esq. Mr, Francis West Horatio Bachelor, Esq Thomas Mr. Richard Dewing Thos. M, Dennis Wm Shanke William Jackson James Green Peter L. Fostcr Hammond Fiske William Bacon Francis Noverre Wm. Moore James Nosworthy Jeremiah Graves AUDITORS. James Goodwin, gent. Mr. Robert Rochester, Mr. Thomas Parker, SECRETARY, Mr. THOMAS BIGNOLD AGENTS. Ed. Bale, Wymondham Mary Baker, Lynn S. King, Great Dunham J. Kerrison, Burnham C. Hewett, attorney, Holt D. Sudbury, Swaffham R. Hammond, Yarmouth R. Decker, Attorney, Walsingham J. Buss, Bury J. Hunt, Stowmarket Joseph Fitch, Melford and Hartest J. Lambert, Wells R. Chapman, Beccles J Chapman, Bungay B. Wyand, Halvergate T. Ridley, Ipswich R. Baker, North Walsham R. Carman, Harleston J. Dawson, Foulsham G. Suggett, Fakenham J. Freeman, Framling- ham E. Parson, Attleburgh Wm. Jarmy, Halesworth ... and Saxmundham H. Gill, Lowestoft J. Dodman, Docking J. Buttolph, Saham. Toney Chas. Friend, Watton V. Staff, Wisbeach J. Watling, Shipdham J Wells, Garboldisharn T. Reynolds, Loddon R. Cana, Woodbridge J. Owchin, Wrentham J. Cox, Clare C Griffin, Munford Z. Lungley, Lavenham R. Nunn, Eye R. J. Milligan, Thetford R. Thrower, Pulham C. Ostler, Dereham S. Holl, Buckenham C. J. Howard, ilingbam J. Challis, Panfield ! Sir Roger KerRISON AND SON. Norwich Union Fire Office, LONDON, Tuesday, Jan. 7. THREE Messengers, by the Vestal frigate, Capt, Digby, arrived on Sunday at the Secretary of State's Office: they left Cux- haven on Saturday se'nnight, and arrived at Yarmouth on Friday night. They report that 72 transports, with troops from England, arrived on Friday se'nnight at Bremen. Mr. Kerr, an English courier, from India, by the way of Constantinople, was charged with particular dispatches for the East India Company, and for Government; and, we be- lieve, they are considered of much importance. The intelligence from Constantinople brings accounts from Mr. Arbuthuot of a satisfactory nature, as the Tariff between the two coun- tries has been settled on terms highly favour- able to England, in preference to any other Power, which bespeaks at least a very friendly disposition towards her. The second Messenger, Mr. Courvoisier, came from Mr. Jackson, at Berlin; and the third, Mr. Proudman, from Lord Cathcart, who is with the British army on the Continent. The Emperor of Germany had not signed the expected Preliminaries of Peace with , the Emperor of the French on the 14th ult. al- though they had dined together on the 10th, in the neighbourhood of Brunn. The Archduke Charles was in the neigh bourhood of Holitch ou the 12th of Decem- ber, and had sent express for Prince Lichten- stein and Prince Swartzenburgh to attend him. The Emperor of Russia left Holitch on the 4th of December, on his retreat homeward; and it was then understood that he absolutely refused to enter into any negotiation with the Emperor of the French, but declared he would, in his retreat, defend his own army, and his country to the last extremity if it should be in- vaded. His retreat from a country making a peace against his inclination, was a matter of course. The killed and wounded at the battle of Austerlitz was reputed not to have exceeded 20,000. The Russians had been subject to every deprivation and hardship, as they had been iu the utmost distress for want of bread for three days before the last battle, and were enduring the greatest difficulties, not having tents to shelter or protect them from the seve- rity of the weather; the French, on the con- trary, during all their marches, were supplied every necessary, for which they paid; several were shut for committing depredations. Some farther particulars of the battle of the 2d, are given in a 33d Bulletin of the Grand Army. The Bulletin is dated the 7th, af Austerlitz, then the head- quarters of Bona- parte, but which were to be removed at night to Brunn. It states the loss of the Russians at 18,000 killed, and 7,000 wounded; Aus- trian 600 killed; French 900 killed, aud 3,000 wounded. General Buxhovden, the Russian Commander iu Chief, and several other Russian Generals, were killed in this engagement, and General Kutusow was in the number of the wounded, of the French, Generals Kellerman, Sebastiani, Thiebaut, Murissy, and Valhubert, were wounded.— The last is since dead of his wounds. The army to oppose any attempts on Ha- nover, consists at present of about sixty thou- sand men, composed of British, Russians, and Swedes, without any assistance from Prussia. , The anxiety respecting the British troops on the Continent has greatly subsided, as- surances having been officially received, at the War Office, of their perfect safety. The brigade of Guards remains still in the neigh- bourhood of Bremen. His Majesty's ships, Flora, Venus, and Ariadne, were lying at anchor off Cuxhaven, and transports were hourly expected. General Don had an inter view with Lord Cathcart, at Bremen, on the 83d ult. at which time the successes of the enemy were fully known, and a new plan of operations agreed on. The garrison of Hameln made a sortie on the night of the 17th, to take the baggage 6f the first battalion of the German Legion, but were repulsed with considerable loss. Lord Granville Levison Gower, accom- panied by Mr. Stuart, arrived at Berlin on the 21st, on his way to England, agreeably to the arrangement of Government, who had intend- ed that Lord Cathcart should succeed him; but in consequence of the change of affairs on the Continent, it is now fixed, that Lord Gower shall return to St. Petersburgh, and Lord Cathcart shall remain with the army in Hanover.— Lord Harrowby, too, instead of returning home immediately, as was fixed, will continue some time longer at Berlin, where Lord Harrington was also on the 24th. The Vienna Gazette under French influ- ence, contains the following singular and im- portant article :— VIENNA, Dec. 8.—" Thus will the Emperor Napoleon again, a third time, give peace, not to France alone, but to the Con- tinent, and more particularly to the Austrian States. England is at length conquered in her Allies. How then is this general Peace lo be obtained, and rendered satisfactory to • all parties? What, remains but that England should consent to her share of sacrifices?— The Emperor has conquered half of the Aus- trian Empire— will he surrender it without equivalents? Shall England, skulking be- hind her dirty Channel, encourage the Con- tinent to war? Shall she shed the blood, and, as far as in her lies, exhaust the trea- sury of France, and suffer nothing in return? The Emperor Napoleon will not suffer this.— Shall Austria alone be the sufferer?— The Emperor Francis will not suffer this— Eng- land must give something to the common re- demption. Her colonics will doubtless be ac- cepted at their full value in exchange for the conquered Provinces— England must purchase Peace us she has purchased War." Such are supposed to be the sentiments of French Government. Dispatchea were on Friday received at the India- House, from Marquis Cornwallis, Go- vernor General of India, which were brought by the Hope packet. His Excellency re- mained only three days at Madras, and then proceeded to Bengal, where he arrived on the 30th of July. On his assuming the Govern- ment his Lordship issued the usual Proclama- tion, and announced the appointment of Geo. Abercrombie Robinson, Esq. to the office of Secretary, and that of Colonel Miles Nightin- gale, to be Military Secretary to his Excel- lency. At the same time, Majors Reynell and M'Leod were appointed Aids- de- Camp to his Lordship. Shortly after the arrival of the new Governor, his predecessor, the Marquis Wellesley, embarked on board the Howe fri- gate, Capt. Cockburn, and was left at St. He- lena, when the Hope packet sailed frotn thence. On the 7th of August Marquis Cornwallis set out from Calcutta, to join the army in the Upper Provinces. General Lake, with the. army, still remained encamped on the Chumbbul River, ready to resume active operations, if necessary. Holkar was in a very distressed situation, and little doubt was entertained of the conciliatory con- duct of the Marquis Cornwallis effecting his speedy submission. Mr. Kerr, on his rout from Constantinople, by the way of Presburgh, Holitch, and Trop- pau, passed through Olmutz. On his way, about two leagues from Holitch, on the even- ing of the 6th, he was stopped by three Rus- sian Cossacks on horseback, and robbed of all his dispatches, letters, money, and clothes; but, from the assistance of Prince Swartzen- burgh, a Chief Commander in the Austrian service, the robbers were detected, and the greatest part of his dispatches and property re- covered. Naval Promotions.— The 1st Lieutenant of the Victory, 1st Lieutenants of the Ajax and Thunderer, who fought their ships in the Battle off Trafalgar, in the absense of the Captains Brown and Lechmere, who were sent home as witnesses. on Sir R. Calder's trial, and the 1st Lieutenants of the Mars and Bellerophon, whose Captains were killed in- the action, are all promoted to the rank of Post Captains.— The 2d, 3d, aud 4th Lieu- tenants of the Victory, the 1st and 2d Lieu- tenants of the Royal Sovereign, and the 1st Lieutenants of all the other line of battle ships engaged on the 21st of October, are promoted to the rank of Commanders. All of them to take rank according to their seniority as Lieutenants. Four Midshipmen, or Mas- ter's Mates, of the Victory; three of the Royal Sovereign; two of the Britannia ; and one of each other line of battle ship and frigate, selected by their respective Commanders, ac- cording to merit, are made Lieutenants, and to have rank according to their seniority in passing. The lst Lieutenants of the Caesar, Hero, Courageux, and Namur, ( in Sir R. J. Stra- chan's action) are all promoted to the rank of Commanders, and to take rank according to their seniority as Lieutenants. And one Midshipman, or Master's Mate, of each ( selected by the Captains according to merit) are made Lieutenants, to take rank accord- ing to their seniority in passing. Lieut. Yule, of the Victory, is promoted the rank of Commander, and appointed to to the command of the Etna bomb vessel, under the orders of Lord Collingwood. It is said to be the intention of Govern- ment to increase the full and half pay of that valuable corps, the Lieutenants of the Royal Navy; their pay at present is now less than the Masters and Surgeons. Fatal Duel.— On Wednesday morning last, a meeting took place near Nottingham, be- tween Ensign Butler, of the 36th regiment, and Ensign Brown, who was on the recruit- ing service in that town. The parties fired together by signal, when unfortunately En- sign Brown was shot through the heart, and instantly expired, without uttering a word. He was a promising young officer, greatly re- spected as a gentleman, and his loss is much regretted Ensign Butler has disappeared. MRS. BOWEN Norwich, has just re- ceived another large supply of ROBBERDS's IMPROVED BALSAMIC ELIXlR; or COUGH DROPS.— The following is a proof of its efficacy. ExtraCt of a letter from Dr. MICHAEL HEAD, of Halifax, in America, dated April 12. SIR— I must beg you will forward immediately, by the first Packet for Halifax, twelve dozen of Robberds's BALSAMIC ELIXIR, or COUGH Drops, which I firmly believe to be the very best remedy ever invented for Coughs, Colds, Asthmas and Consumptions. At the time I received some from you, I was afflicted with a dreadful Cough and In- flammation on my Lungs, attended with a great oppression and pain on my breast, so that it was with great difficulty I could draw my breath ( which I must candidly confess baffled my own skill). From the strong recommendation you sent with them, I was induced to make an immediate trial myself, which gave me instant relief, and in a very short time perfectly restored me : I have since witness'ed their good effects in many obstinate cases, and therefore shall, for the future, never be without them; A CAUTION.- sHis Majesty's Hon. Commissioners have been pleased to order the name of R. Butler, No. 4, Cheapside, to be engraved on a black stamp which stamp is affixed to each bottle, all others are counterfeits. Sold, wholesale only, by Mr. Butler, No. 4 Cheapside, London ; and retail, by Stevenson and" Matchett, Bacon, Nosworthy, Sothern, and Pur- land, Norwich ; and by most Medicine Venders iu every town, in bottles, at 2s. 9d. each. THE MARKET CHRONICLE. Prepossession.— The celebrated physiognomist, LAVATER, has declared that no part of the face tends so much to convey a pleasing prepossession in favour of any one, as the appearance of a set of re- gular and beautiful white teeth, as it imports the idea of openness of character, and gives a confi- dence in the person that possesses them. BUTLEr'S Restorative Tooth- powder stands unrivalled in its excellence for this purpose. It is a certain preven- tative against tooth- ache ; it eradicates the scurvy and its cause, viz. foulness and sponginess of gums, and it gives to the mouth every appearance of health and beauty, making the teeth pearly white, and the lips and gums to assume a delicate red or vermillion colour.— It may be had of most Medi- cine Venders and Perfumers in ' every town in boxes at 2s. pd. each: MARRIED.— At Ashbourne, Derbyshire, Sir H. Fitzherbert, Bart, of Tiffington, in that county, to Miss Agnes Beresford, daughter of the late Rev. T. Beresford, rector of Sunning, Berks.— John Marten Cripps, Esq. of Stantons, Sussex, to Miss Rush, daughter of Sir W. B. Rush, Knt. of Wimbleton- house, Surrey.— At Lambeth, Wm. Edwards, Esq. of Sidney- college, Cambridge, to Miss Roberts, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Roberts, of Loughborough House, Surrey.— The Rev. Thomas Seabrook, of Cavendish, to Miss Jay, daughter of Mr. Sam. Jay, jun of the same place. DIED.— At Benham, near Newbury, Berks, his Highness the Margrave of Anspach.— Aged 84, the Right Hon. Lady Janet Dundas, relict of T. Dundas, Esq. of Fingask, and daughter of Charles Earl of Lauderdale.— At Navar- house, Ross- shire, Gen. Sir HeCtor Munro, K. B. and Colonel of the 42d, or Royal Highland Regiment.— Mrs. Bridget Kelly, widow of Col. Kelly, and sister of the late Lord Bo- ringdon.— Aged 86, Sir B. Filmer, Bart, of East Sut- ton Place, near Maidstone.— In her 78th year, Mrs. Heywood, widow of J. M. Heywood, Esq. and sister of the late Countess Howe.— Mrs. Gurr, wife of John Gurr, Esq. Collector of his Majesty's Customs at the Port of Maldon.— At Bath, the Rev. Charles Barton, M. A. rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn, and Chaplain to the Duke of York,— Mrs. Coe, wife of Mr. Thos. Coe, cabinet- maker, of Bury.— Aged 86, Mr. George Francis, of the Bull Inn, at Hockley, Essex — In London, suddenly, aged 21, Miss Cath. Wilson, of Gazely, in Suffolk.— Some time since was lost, in the Prince of Wales East Indiaman, on his passage to Europe, for the recovery of his health, Lieut. John Macro Kelty, of the 14th regt. of Native Infantrymen of Mr. Kelty, of Cambridge. MARK- LANE, Monday, Jan. 6. In confequence of a short supply of Wheat for this day's market, the sales in the early part of the morning were brisk, at an advance of 2s. to 4s. per qr. since last Monday; afterwards they became very heavy, and left off upon declining terms. Flour remains at the same price. Rye is in demand, and rather higher; also fine Barley; inferior sorts continue very dull. Dry samples of Tick Beans maintain the prices quoted in our last ; but the far greater proportion prove very tender, and fell quite low. Horse Beans are 2s. per qr. cheaper; White Peas 2s. and Grey Peas full as much. The Oat trade is also very dull, and except best quality, about is. per qr. lower since this day se'nnight. general CURRENCY. Genuine and Approved Medicines, prepared bij S. SOLOMON, M. D. Gilcad- IIouse, near Liverpool. THE Celebrated CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD,— for debilities, nervous diforders, and weaknefs peculiar to the female lex, lofs of ap- petite, hyllerical and hypochondriacal affeCtions, iownefs of fpirits, and all nervous diforders. Dr. Solomon's Cordial Balm of Gilead is happily Calculated for the weak, the fickly, and infirm. In all jmvard decays, debility, lownefs of fpirits, wcaknefs in either fex, whether hereditary, acquired or owing to youthful imprudeticics, this medicine will afford the mult wonderful relief. ANTI- lMPE'TItilNES, or SOLOMON'S Dsors, is a Medicine fuperior to every other Remedy yet difcovered in this or any other age, for the fpeedy removal and radical cure of the Scurvy, Leprofy, Rheumatic or Gouty Pains, Scrofula or King's- evil, Ulcers of every defcription, fwel- led or in^ amed legs hi disorders where faliva- tion has repeatedly failed, when no other remedy could reftore the unhappy fhflVrer to that health he unfortunately lolt, the ANTI- IMPETIGINF. S have been found the great and only restorer of health and vigour. Thefe drops purify the blood, and rtftore the fyltem when impaired by the imprudent ufe of mercury. The above medicines are inclofed in plain dirdtions, with furpriiing cures; authenticated by per inn* of rcfpeCtability, and are made up in bottles, price half- a- guinea each. ' There . are alfo family bottles, at 33s. containing four of the fmallerones, wherein 9s. are faved. THE ABSTERGENT LOTION clears end beautifies the fkin; removes fpeedily without pain or trouble, all kinds of pimples, tetters, ring- worms, fpots, rednefs, fwellings or carbuncles of the nol'e, blotches, and every lpecies of cutaneous eruption on the 1' urface of the hitman body. It is peculiarly plcafant in its operation ; an agreeable foftneTs to the fkin immediately fuccceds its uEe. It I'weetens and refrelhes the whole complexion, which relumes, at one and the fame time, an enlivened appearance. The Public have long been convinced of. the certainty of its fuccefs as a fafe and certain remedy for herpetic complaints in general.— Pints, 4s. 6d. halt- pints, 2s. 9d. Obl'erve tha word,, " Sam I. Solomm, Liverpool,' engraved on the ttamp ; all other are counterfeits. Sold by Mefl'rs. Stcvenfon and Matchett, and Mr. Bacon, Norwich ; Mr. Ralph Ward, Yarmouth ; Sudbury, Swaft'ham; Pigge, Gales, and Hodley, Lynn; Barker, Dereham; Mulket and Co. Dlfs; Mifs Horth, and Newton, Beccles; Mrs. Eaton, Bungay; Dingle, Bury; and by all the reputable medicine venders, bookfellers, & c. in every princi- pal'!' own in the United Kingdom. Of whom alfo may he bad, Dr. SOLOMON'S jultly celebrated GUIDE to HEALTH, or Advice to both Sexes, price 3s. £ V Dr. Solomon experts when confalted, the iiftwl compliment of a Otic Pound Note; but all written cafes, or letters, of advice, to be anfwered at his' leifure, :. re requefted to enclofe only Half- a- Guinea. Such letters fliould, for fafety, be thus direAid: « Money Letter. Dr. Solomon, Gilead- Houfe, nt » r Liverpool. Paid double portage." Letters may be ordered to be addrell'ed to X. Z. or A, 15. at the Polt- Office, till called for. ( O. N- t PHOPERI V.) BANKRUPTS-- J. Wilkinson, J. Riley Wilkin- son, and J. Charlesworth, Gilderstone- street, York- shire, merchants. — D. Pichance, Manchester, manu- facturer.- P. Chapman, and T. Hopkin, Kingston- upon- HuIl, grocers.— T. Chapman, Sheffield, but- cher.-— S. Chatburn, Hebden- bridge, Yorkshire, cotton- spinner.— A. Harvie, Birmingham, faCtor.— J. Cox, Ramsey, Huntingdonshire, mercer. E. wheatfall, Duke- street, Westminster, warehouse- man — H. Madden, I. iverpool, merchant.— J. Dal ton, Brasted, Kent, mealman. GRAND LOTTERY Begins Drawing FEBRUARY 3d, 1806. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK. and Co. respectfully acquaint the Public, that the HAZARD, BURNE, and Co. Mr. j. PAYNE's, Bookseller, Norwich, STATE LOTTERT, To begin Drawing 3d of February, 1806. MR. WM. BOOTH, BOOKSELLER, MARKET- PLACE, NORWICH, Is appointed, by Authority of Government, to sell the Tickets and Shares of the above Lottery for the old Office of SWIFT, & Co. London Hornsby & Co.' s State Lottery Offices, No. 16, CORN HILL, NO. 52, CHARING CROSS, And St. MARGARETS HILL, Borough.
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