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The Sussex Weekly Advertiser; Or, Lewes and  Brighthelmston Journal

27/01/1812

Printer / Publisher:  William and Arthur Lee
Volume Number: LXIV    Issue Number: 3408
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Or, Lewes and Brighthelmston Journal. Printed antJ published bp anO for William and Arthur Lee. VOL• LXIV. No. 340S.] MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1812. [. PRICE SIX- PENCE This Paper which has Uteri regularly published every Monday Morning, for upwards of SIXTY' YEARS, is delivered with the utmost Dispatch and Regularity, in every Town and Village of SUSSEX, in Parts of KENT SURREY and HAMPSHIRE; and is forwarded by the POST, to Persons of the first Distinction, in London, and to every considerable Town in the United Kingdom. * ' The SUSSEX WEEKLY ADVERTISER is regularly filed by Messrs. TAYLER and NEWTON, WARWICK- SQUARE, near ST. PAUL'S, by whom ADVERTISEMENT?, & C. will be received and punctually forwarded to the Publishers It be seen at all the principal COFFEE- HOUSES in the Metropolis. NATIONAL SCHOOL, SUSSEX. NOTICE is hereby sivcn lb. it a Meeting will be 1: olilen at tin; Talbot Inn, . in Cuckfield, on Wednesday the ' 2<) th instant, at Twelve o'clock', to appoint a will) Committee, and consult on the measures requisite to tlie carrying the recommendations of the General Committee into effect ; at wlucli meeting the ^ attendance of the neighbouring Clergy is requested. JOSEPH FRAS. FEARON. Cuckfield, 24 Jan. I8i2. ^ MERSTHAM and NEWBRIDGE CANAL*, * A T a General Meeting of Noblemen. Gentle- jT%. men. and Land Owners held at • e City of Lon- don Tavern, Bishop gate * xjot t, on Thursday, January \ he Ot h, 18) 3, Us Grace the Duke of NORFOLK* fw the Chair, ? t was resolved unanimously, First That this Meeting do concur in the. following Resolution* pas> ed at tile meeting at Horsham, on the 3' d day of January iii » tant, viz. . 4k That a Navigable Canal, from Drunswick to - Broadbridge Heath, forming a coiuumineution by tlit* navigation now projected, to Little Hamp- I'Mi on tho south. and the Rivers Wey and .' Thames on the north, on a line planned by Mr. Jessop, would ho or general advantage to the " town and neighbourhood or Horsham. ' 64 Tlr. it an extension of the above communication from Drunswick to Broad bridge Heath 10 the iw Merstham Railway, : » -* planned t » y Mr. Pennie, Mill m! v » be a great public benefit, and of much local advantage to the counties of Sussex, and surry in general, and in particular to the town u » » d neighbourhood of Horsham." . i " Secondly, Th it it is the opinion of this meeting, that the objects of the above resolutions would best be yar- ned into effect as a joint undertaking Thirdly. Tb. it a Subscription be forth . vith opened ! fur » ! if pr.- P'^*-. i Fourth /. That the fol owing Noblemen and Gentle- • men he a Committee, to carry t! e undertaking into effect, viz. The Duke of Norfolk, Benjamin Paterson , esq. Lord Erskine, William Jolliffe, esq > Bernard Howard, esq. John Drugwall esq. Timothy Shelley. esq M. P. F. S. Blunt, esq. | Col. . Jolliffe, M. P'. James Perry, esq. ; The Hon. David Erskine, George Day, esq. Robert Hurst. esq. M. P Wm. Bedcott Luttly, esq. j Sir Mark Wood, bart M. P. James Brogdea, esq. • Edward Smith, esq. Charles Morris , esq. ! George Triton, esq. Robert Barclay, esq. j Col. Fleming, I Fifthly, That the Cmnnnttce be instructed to transmit \ a copy of the Resolutions of this meeting to Mr. Sted- • man, of Horsham, requ." » tiag \ w wiH t t'. ce such - t « ' p< as I /. » <; miy thin!: lit f. » r me purpose of obi ti jo- Salnrrip tions in tfie TOWN and ueijhbooihood of Horsham. Sixthly, Tint toe proceedings » f ibis day lie pub- Vi » l » f< i io the Sussex Advrj- tiser : » : id County Chronicle, . fi'id in tin- Morning Chronicle, TIMES. an I Courier Newspapers ; that toe Residntiims | » e al-. » printed, v id round t • the Subscriber* to the proposed <* r md Southern Canal. NORFOLK, E. M. Chairman. f? " t'he Duke ef Norfolk having left the Chair, ll wux, « * 0 the motion of Lord Erskine, fte^ nlvr- ri u rioiui'm^ ly. That the thanks of this meet- ing ! » e giveo t « » b; s G' tee the Duke » » f ' Norfolk for hi, .^ oode- cen » it » n in presiding, at this meeting, a. id for liis obiigsn^; t'a iduct in the « Chair. SWEET and STOKES Solicitors. \ So" b. eriptto: i « vis immediaielv < » » > » i. ed by the' Duke of Norfolk, Lord Erskine,. and the Gentlemen present;* aod a deposit of v'l. p « * r share p. » td t « r tbe B inkers., Messrs. Barelay, Tritton and Co. by whom further Subscriptions will he received, in London : as a|, o by • > Messrs. Grinstead aod Lanham, aod Messrs. Binat and Raper, Bankers, at Horrsham ; Messrs. Basab, and Co » . Bankers, at Arundel Messrs. Piper and Dewdney, Bankers. 4, at Reygate; and Messrs. Harman a. id Tate, an \ Messrs. George South and Co. Bankers, at Croy- don. THE Creditors of John Keeping, late of Pep- fi. pering, io the Parish or" Burpham, in t'ne County of . Sussex, Brewer and Maltster, a Bankrupt; are - Aired to meet tin* Assignees of the » ai< f Bankrupt, on liie 30' lh Day of ibis iust. January, at o'Clock in the afternoon, at the Crown Inn, in Arundel, in the County » » T Sussex ; to assent to, or decent front the said Assig nees j commencing, prosecuting, or defending any Suit or Suits *, it Law or in Equity, or otherwise agree ing to any matter or thing relating thereto j and on other Special Business. Jan. JJ, 18 J i. GLYND BRIDGE TURNPIKE AMEETING of the Trustees of the Turnpike Road leading from the north end of the Timber Yard, in \ lo » parish of St. Thomas in the Cliff, near Lewes, tt> Glynd Bridge and from thence through Firle Street, under the Hill to Longbridge, and from Bopcep, fftdbc parish of - Aleiston, over Berwick Common to Chilver Bridge, and from thence to Swines Hill and " Willingdon, to the Stream or Watercourse in the town « » f Eastbourne, and from the Limekiln at Swine's Hill foresaid, to Hailsham Common, in the county oi Sussex, • will be holdcti at the Bear Inn, in the Cliff, near Lewes aforesaid, ou Saturday the 8th day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, for the purpose of regelating the Tolls to betaken at the several Turnpike Gates upon the said road, and making smch alteration therein, : w » the Trustees are authorised to make, and as they may deem expedient for the better management and rep iir of the said road. EDWARD VERRAL., Clerk. Lewes, Jan. M, i l I- 2. " TURNPlKE TOLLS TO LETT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tbe next _ General Meeting of the Trustees of the Turn- pike road, leading from Arundel to thr . junction of the Petworth and Pulborough Roads, and from theme Co join the present Turnpike road, on Fittleworth Com- mon, in the County of Sussex, is appointed to beheld at the Crawn Inn, in Arundel, in Sussex, on Tuesday, the Kith day of March next, at the Hour of li o'Clock vu the forenoon* at which Meeting, between the Hours' Eleven and Twelve o'Clock in the forenoon, the Tolls arising at the Gates upon the said Road, will be LET BY AUCTION In one Lot, to the best bidder, from the First Day of May next inclusive, for one Year, in manner directed by the Act passed in the mli Year of the Reign of his present Majesty for regulating Turnpike Roads, which Tolls were let the last Year, at the Sum of One Hundred aim Fifty One Pounds, and will be put up again at that Nnin. Whoever happens to be the highest Bidder, must iit the nantft time give Security with sufficient Sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Road, Vor the Payment « f the Rent agreed for, at such times M they shall direct. WILLIAM HOLMES, Clerk to the said Trustees. Arundel, 2oth Day of January, 1( 322* BARRACK OFFICE, Spring Gardens, London, 17th January, I8I1J. SUCH Persons as are willing to contract for WHITE- WASHING the undermentiotied Barracks in the county of Sussex, for one year, from the Twen- tieth day of February next, whenever called upon for that purpose, may see.- the'specification tor the same, at the Office of the respective Barrack- Masters, any day between the hours of ten and four. o'clock. — The proposals must be addressed 10 The. Commissioners for the Affairs oc Barracks, Barrack Office, Spring Gardens, London,"—. vith " Tender for White- wash- itig the Barracks in toe county of Sussex," marked on the cover, and delivered sealed up, at the Barrack- Office, in London, on or before two o'clock, on Mon- day the loth 0/ February next, alter which hour, no4 Tender will be received ; — Chichester, Worthing, I Hailsham Selsea Steyning, | Rye. Bognor, Horsham, I Silverhill Aldwick, Lewes, j Battle Arundel, Blatchington j Bexhill, Littlehampton, Cuckmere j Hastings, Brighton, Eastbourne, I Winchelsea, Shoreham, Pevensey. | Junction of the Croydon Canal, with the Croy- don and Merstham Railway E . GRANTHAM begs leave to inform ( be pub fli* lie,^ specially those persons concerned in the carriage of heavy goods, that be lias by means of bitf wharf, situated in ' Church- street, Croydon, effected a complete junction between tbe Croydon Canal ntid the Croydon and Merstham Railway, and that ' the same is now ojx- n for the passage of goods to and ftonj the River Thames. Croydon, Surry, Jan. 17. 18IQ. WE whose names me hereunder written, Com- * * missioners appointed' in and by a certain Act of Parliament, made and passed in the 48th year of the reign of bis present Majesty, intituled. An Act for enclosing lands in the parishes of Thakeham, Sulling- ton, and Shipley, in the county of Sussex." « }< » hereby give notice, that we have, in pursuance 0/ the said act, completed and finished the partition, division, and al- lotments of the Common and Waste Laud-, mentioned ia the said act, and pursuant to the directions therein contained, made, formed, and drawn up our award in « riiiw£, of and concerning the same ; and that we shall hold a < special General Meeting at the White Horse Inn, in Storrington, on the 4th day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, for the purpose of reading and executing the said award. Dated the 18th day'of January, 181- 2, CALER RICK M AN, THOMAS OLLIVER. E. it - J v to the Ii: h;. b'tiauis of Lewes, and the Public. for thwir support during his ' residence opposite the Star iuu, rcspeeifully informs ihrni be has taken a shop near the Bridge , in tlv Cliff', Lewes, where lie solicits the patronage of a disterning public; aud'from his experience in t'ne above hm . flatters himself be is able, to give satis'netiou to those who may favour hiiu uit'n their commands. N. B. Watches and Clocks of every description re- paired and cleaned. --— An Apprentice wanted. . Mi persons having ( muius no the estate of ALL Henry Shelby, esq. deceased. ar6 requested ortb viih to transmit the particulars thereof to Messrs. Langridge and Kell. Solicitors, Lewes: And all per sons standing indebted thereto are r « que » icd to pay same. Lewes, nth January, 18!:?. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED N'OTICE; is bereby given, that the Partnership . lately carried on between the undersigned Wil- lam Prodgcr aod. John Harmer, both of Eastbourne, • I the county of Sussex, plumber's, glaziers, and painters, was dissolved on the lirst day of this instant, January, b\ mutual consent. All persons indebted to the said co partnership, are desired to p. iv their respective debts, to one of the said partners, on or before the 1st March next and a!! demands 011 the said co partnership, are desired to be transmitted to them, 00 or before the said first day of March. Dated the i4th day of Ja- nuary, 18 I - 2. WILLIAM PRODGER. JOHN HARMER. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. NOTICE is heieV » y given, Wiat the co- partner- ship lately stibsisting between William Elmes and John Carter, spirit- merchants, in Lewes, was this day mutually dissolved. WILLIAM ELMES. . JOHN CARTER. January t, ? 8t2, N. B. T'te said business will in future, be carried on by W. Elmes, ou his own separate account. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Partner- ship between George Lamb and John Batchelor, of Rye, in the county of Sussex, merchants, was dis- solved by mutual consent, the twenty- fourth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and eleven. All debts due. to or owing by the ! » tid concern, will be received and paid by the said George Lamb and John • Batchelor. N. B. The above business will be carried on in fu- ture by John Batchelor, who most respectfully returns thanks to his friends in general for all past favors ; and begs to solicit their future support. Rye, Jan. 6. 18 1- 2. Lewes, Sussex. TO BE LET, With immediate possession, Capital MANSION, situate on the top of A"\ School Hill, iu the. Borough of Lewes, with or without four, six, or ten acres of excellent meadow land near the same. The house has been lately in the occupation of J. Marten Cripps, esq. aod comprises a spacious entrance hall, an elegant drawing- room, din- ing- room aud library, offices of every description, ex- cel lent cellars, five principal bed rooms, dressing room, water- closet, five attics, a detached brewhouse, a laun- dry, and room over the same; a coach- house, with sleeping rooms over; a five stall stable, a beautiful lawn commanding most extensive views, and a large kitchen garden walled iu aod cloathed with vines, and the. choicest fruit trees. Further particulars may bo. known of Mr. George Verrall, at the Friars, Lewes. N. B. All the elegant and modern Houshold Furni- ture may be had by appraisement; otherwise the same will be sold on the premises sometime in' February next, of which due notice will be given. BEECH ' TIMBER TO BE SOLD, ONE hundred arid sixty Beech Trees, standing and being in the Windon Wood, in the parish of Westdean, with thy lops and tops thereof. ' The above are supposed to contain about one hundred loads of timber, principally plank. For further particulars inquire of Mr. William Chitty, Chilgrove. TO BE LET OR SOLD, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, And may be entered ou at Old Lady- day next., AVERY desirable neat Freehold COTTAGE, containing a good kitchen, parlour, wash house, pantry, and two good bed rooms, with 11 garden and orchard well stocked with good fruit trees, the whole containing half an acre of ground, more or less, situate iu the parish of Wesham, iu the county of Sussex, within a quarter of a mre of Pevensey Barracks, ad joining the high road leading from Westham to Hails- ham, in the occupation of John Douch, who will shew the premises; aii. il for farther particulars apply to Mr. Joseph Horscroft, at the Star Inn, Eastbourn. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE, NEWHAVEN, On Thursday the 3oth day of January, at eleven in the forenoon, precisely, in sundry lots, the follow- ing Goods, for dealers and others% A BOUT 2; 8 Gallons of Spirits of Brandy, XJBL. 45 per Cent, over proof. About . Jul Gallons of Geneva. Samples of the above Goods may be seen at the Cus- tom House, the morning of the day of sale. N. B. Twenty- five per cent, deposit will be required,. CUSTOM- HOUSE, SHOREHAM. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Custom House, Shoreham, ou Tuesday, the 4th day of February, ldi- 2, at Eleven o'Clock In the forenoon. r THE - following GOODS which have been seized, JL and legally condemned, viz. l> i Gallons Brandy, 7tj Geneva, > For private use only. i;> . . —— Compounds, J of) — Brandy, of legal strength for Dealers, 14Chaldrons, 16 Bushels of Coals. Samples of the above Goods, limy be seen at the Custom House ( in Office Hours-,*) the Day before, and Morning of the Sale. N. B. A deposit; of ' 23 per Cent, will be required. FOR SALE, At the CUSTOM HOUSE, EAST BOURNE, on Fri- day, the 31 st day of January, Id 1 THE following GOODS, in sundry Lots, viz. JL ABOUT, ( 3s Gallons Geneva, ( Legal Strength for Dealers. 18 Gallons Brandy, ( for Private Use) Samples of the above Goods, may be had ou the morning of the day of Sale. i' 2f> per cent.- deposit will be required*. Sale to begin at Two o'clock in the afternoon. TO BE SOLD BY HAND, On the Premises, At Goring, near Worthing, Sussex, oh ' Thursday the Oih and Friday the / th of February, A LL. the genteel Houshold Furniture, Brewing \ and dairy utensils, & c. hire the property of Augustus Calland. Esq. < lec « ' ascd : comprising a draw- ing » - room suit of furniture, chimney glass 40 by Arf io. a, fine toned piano forte, excellent beds ami bedding, pat'in chair bed, mahogany wardrobe, drawers, chairs, tables, a 2 1 hour clock, Brussels ami Kidderminster carpets, kitchen furniture, iron- bound casks, fire wood, & c Tin- , sale to commence at Ten o'clock each day. A valuable Freehold Windmill TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By PLUMER and SON, On Saturday, iho i.- t February, Iril j, at the Black- Horse Inn, Horsham, between the hours of three and five in the afternoon ; ASTRONG- built WINDMILL, with a newly- erected Stable, and Hog pound, and about one rood of Freehold Land, situate near the turnpike- road leading from Horsham to Steyning, about three and a half miles fioui Horsham, occupied by Nathanial Chantler, the proprietor, of whom further particulars may be had. Naval Timber, near Oandle, Northamptonshire, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Garraway's Coffee house. Change- alley, London, on Wednesday, Hiyih February, 1812, at twelve o'clock, ONE Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty- six Oak Trees ; Five Hundred and Seventy six Ash Trees; ' Twenty Elm Trees; Thirty Walnut ' Trees ; Five Horse- chesnut Trees ; Aod One Beech Tree, ' standing as they arc with the top and bark thereon, iu thirteen lots.<. Printed patliculars of which may be had at the Swan Inn, Oundle; the George Inn, Stamford; the George. Ion, Northampton ; the Lion ajvd Lamb, Leicester; of Mr. Webster, at Deene, near Oundle ; at Garraway's Coffee- house, Change- alley, London ; of Mr. Upton, Croydon, Surrey ; and of Mr. Henry . Upton, Petworth, Sussex. The Ship Builders and Timber Merchants are assured that this Timber is welt worth their attention, as it is peculiarly adapted for the Navy, of large dimensions ami good quality ; souic plank and thick stuff, with very large heads, which will produce a great quantity of bark. ' The ash timber is also of good' quality. Freehold Dwelling House and Land, STORRINGTON, SUSS EX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. WHITE and SON, On Thursday, the i. Jtb of February, 1812, between the hours of four and live in the afternoon, at the White Horse Inn, Storrington ; THE following truly desirable' and valuable 1 FREEHOLD ESTATES, ( the Land Tax of which is redeemed) comprising, a compact firm built Dwel- ling HOUSE, in the occupation of Mr. Charles Boni- face, consisting of— in the basement, good Cellarage— ground floor, a dining room, study, and drawing room — second floor, five bed chambers, with convenient cupboards ; a kitchen, brew and wash- house, coal, wood, and knife- house attached ; a close two stall'd Stable, with lofts over, also - a large detached Sta- ble, and a well cultivated Garden. A Paddock, nearly bounded by a wall fence in the front of the house, and iu the rear are two inclosures of rich arable and pasture Land, ( lying very compact) and in a high state of cul- tivation, containing about Twelve Acres, be the same more or less. The valuable Oak, Elm Timber, and Tellows, growing thereon, are to be taken at a fair va- luation. Also the fixtures in the dwelling house. Annexed to this property is a valuable common right, with bounded fern break. Immediate possession will be given. The house is built iu the cottage style, and might at a small expence be improved, or the situation is admi- rably adapted for a sportsman. Situated at the west entrance of Storrington, a very healthy spot. The neighbourhood abounds with game; and hounds are kept within a very short distance ; and is distant from Arundel 7 miles, Little- Hampton u miles, Worthing 9 miles, Brighton 17 miles, Petworth 10 miles. The Estate may be viewed by application on the pre- mises— arid for further particulars apply to Messrs. White and Son, North- street, Chichester, or High, street) Arundel. RICH BUT SMALL LOTTERY; " ONLY 8,000 TICKETS, All to be Drawn Tuesday, 18ili NEXT MONTH. SCHEME. 2. . of ^£ 20,000 are .^. lo. onrj 9 4,000 8,0,1) 0 4 ] ,000 4,000 (>•••• 400 2,4' iO And I,"> 88 Prizes of £\ Wi,.£ b(>, Sec. & c la->, 0ao T. BISH, ( Contractor), sinreielv thanks the Public for their ilhiiiinuislied fivmifs at his truly fot • lunate Offices 4, CORNHILL. audi). CHARGlNG- CROSS, London. He invites' thr is- attention to Hie Scheme of the present very Small Lottery, and begs to state, that although it cubits of i nly Two Thirds tlie Number of Tickets contained in the last Lottery, yet tlu- ie aie an r,| na! Number of Capital Prizes of £ in if ; this gives to Adventurers a ni'ich greater Chance** to obtain a Twenty Thou- sand Pound Prize th an in any Lottery hitherto known. Front tho very / limited number- of Tickets to meet the demand, an immediate Put chase is respectfully advised 1> V T BISH, who. Sold and Shared the following Capitals in the Lottery just finished, and those drawn " in October and November last: CLASS CLASS - CLASS 5,407 A — ^ 00,000 71 A <£ 3,000 1. S25 A £ r, ooo 1,6p> A 16,000 1.833 A 2,000 1,82- 5 ^ 1,000 S. S M t"! LV'O'I 1,8.^ 3 B 2,000 j o, 7! 7 A l, oot) A 0,000 4.0O ) C 1,000 I 9.717 B 1,000 Persons iu the Country who find any difficulty itt getting Supplied from the Agents, ate requested to write up to London, for Tickets <* r Shares in the New State Lottery. To be Drawn Tuesday, the 18th of Next Month, ( February). HURSTPERPOINT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION Sometime i^ i February Itfi'i unless nil acceptable of- fer be previously made to purchase by private con- tract,) ALL that Messuage or Tenement, and well- established Butcher's Shop, together with the slaughter house, tallow- chandier's shop, stable, garden, and premises therein belonging, now in the pos> e-. ioa of Mrs. Mary Marshall. widow, the proprietor, situote iu the town » > r street of Hurstperpoint, in the county of Sussex, within short distances joe two great turn- pike road-: leading from Brighton to London, viz. the one leading thiou/ h Cuckfield, and the other through Bolney ; w miles front Brighton, io from Lewes, and 4() froiu London. The above premises are copyhold of inheritance, held of the manor uj Hurstperpoint, and > « ittjeet to a small annual quit rent, and heriot and fine tjd. each ceitiuu , t » u death or alienation. The several trades of a butcher and tallow- chandler, are now very extensively carried on in the ahoye pre- mises, ; u: d have be » ' ii for m toy years p. isi, and that of ; i butcher, for upwards « . f years, antl is considered one r » f the best .-. itoauvUs in the county for continuing that trade. N. B. ' The purchaser m iy h ive immediate possession. Further particol ir^ mav he but', ami the premises viewed on application to Mr. Marrhant. nf Little Park, iu Hurstperpoint ; . or Mr. Morgan, Solicitor, Hurst per point. ' This day is published. price lis. o'd. in boards, P RAMBULATIONS in LONDON' and its il ENVIRONS, d « : scribed in Letters, /, or Young Persons. By PRISClLLA WAKEFIELD. We know not a . publication- on the same subject, whic ariurds so much inform- itipu in so little compass. It relates.- the time and the occasion on which e » e » • nnh- ! ic building was founded ; w hile the historical evt nts or anecdotes connected with them, are judiciously intro- duced. Monthly Review. December ifttn. London : Printed for Darton; Harvey, and Darton, Gracechurch- street; and sold by W. Lee, Lewes. Also, with an accurate . Map, price Gd. boards, EXCURSIONS in NORTH AMERICA. d- seribed in Letters f. om a Gentleman and iiis Young Companion, to theii Friends in England. By PRISCILLA - WAKEFIELD. We have no scruple in recommending tliis publi- cation aliogtber, as very proper, not only for young persons, but for all who wish to see the the best parts of the must popular writers ou the subject of North America, judiciously exiirtcted aitil u^. uly jiut tUir." British Critic, September iHuG. And, with a coloured Map of Europe, price Gd. boards, TMli IUVF. MLF. TRAVBLI. ERS; eonloiiiTWff an Account t. t the principal Stales antl Kingdoms of Eu- rope1, and or' tbeir Inhabitants, Curiosities - a, l! y PRlSClLLA WAKEFIELD. u Dr. Mayor'.. Collection of ' Travels j. excellent io its kind, lull tins i « more adapted for children advanc- niu towards youth.'* British Critic, October 18 lo. Royal Exchange Assurance Office. DECEMBER, lH11. FTHE CORPORATION have- reduced the. Pre- Jl ' miums on Farming Stork, froriv- iJs. Sd. per cent, to per cent, and existing Insurances, covering such property, will reduced as they become due. upon application to the Agent through whotu the Insurances were nuide. Persons whose Annual Premiums full due on tlie i'it'. i tu. tant, : ii* e hereby informed th. it receipts aie now ready to be delivered by the Company's Agents under- mentioned, aud the parties assured are reiptested to ap- ply for the renewal of their Policies *> n or before the loth day of Jan. next, as tlie usual fifteen - days allowed for payment, beyond the date of each policy, will then expire. SAMUEL FENNING, jun. Secretary. SUSSEX. Chichester, J. BARTLETT. ARUNDEL., William Olliver. BATTLE, William Ticehurst. BRIGHTHELMSTON. John Mills. HASTINGS, William Gill. HORSHAM, Humphreys and Turner, HAILSHAM, Wm. . Martin. LEWES, Henry Brown. MIDHURST, John Geering, jun. PETWORTH, Thomas Holt. RYE, Daniel Gill. TICEHURST, Samuel Perigoe. N. B. Fire Polices will be allowed free of expence, where the annual Premiums amount to Gs. or up- wards. This Company have invariably made good Losses by Fire, occasioned by Lightning. Proposals in iy be had of the diilcretu Agents. ASSURANCES ON LIVES, being fotiud to be advan- tageous to persons having Offices, Employments, Estates, or other Incomes, determinable, on the Life or Lives of themselves or others ; Tables of the Rates on such Assu- rances, and for the granting Annuities on Lives, may be had of the said Agents. And, for the greater conveni- ence of the public, the Company have determined to extend ( by special agreement) the Assurance on Lives to the age of 75 years. TO BE SOLD BY- PRIVATE CONTRACT, ANew e. ecied FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE^ ll. near the House nf . Cor- rection, itt Lewes, now in the oceupa1 iati of Edmund Level 1, Early possession may be Irwl : and for further par- ticulars apply at the ollico of Mejils. King and Uell. Solicitors, Lewes. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN, THE greatest blemish to Beauty is SUPER- J- FLUOUS HAIRS on the Face. Neck, and Arms, -- HUBERT's ROSEATE POWDER imntedittely re- moves iliem it is an elegant arjiele, perfectly inno- cent and pleasant m use, price 4>. or two in oue parcel ? s.— Sold by the proprietor. No.- 23, Russel street, Co- vent Garden,. London ; wholesale au'd retail, by W. Lee. Lewes, — retail by Mrs. Gregory, Brighton j Baker* Eastbourne \ Norton, Hastings- Pike, Romney; Rea- der, Crambook: Sprange, Tunbridge- Wells ; Verrall, Uckfield ; Goldring, Petworth j Binsted, Chichester; Blanch, Arundel-, Stafford, Worthing, and by most i Booksellers, Perfumers, and Venders iu ille United Kingdom. Good allowance to dealers. Patronized by their Royal Highnesses the PRINCESS OF WALES un. t DUKE OF SUSSEX, and most uj iAs Nobility. MACASSAR OIL FOR TIIE HAIR. r THE virtues of this Oil, extracted frorri a tree " in the Island of Macassar, io the East Indies, are • ir bevo^ id eulogram, for encreasing the growth ot hair even nil bald place*, to a .- beautiful length aod tliir kness, preventing it filling or changng colour, to the latest period of life, st,' et. gbtetjing the curl, hc- -. stowing an inestimable glass antl scent, renderitif ihe hair ineNpres- ibly attracting; mmri.- hinv it afier sei- bathing, travelling in hot climates, violent exercises iM* s, lor which it. possesses admirable t^ ttuhties, ^ ro uott- s tjw growth o'f whiskers. • eye- brows, icc. in line, it is the first production in the. wot hi for re- toroig and beauti- fying tin- hair of Ladies, Gentleman, and Children.. Such, celebrity has ii at . med, tli u it is daily honoured with the sanctions of Royalty, Nobility, Gentlemen of the Navy aiul Army* the Faculty. and public at large. It is innoxiou-, extremely pleasant in lue, ami suited n> all climates. Price 3V.'' lid per bottle, or i irge family hot tie, containing eight small, with a treatise on Uie hair, at one guinea ouch* Sold wholesale and retail oy the proprietor^ Rowland and Son, Kirby street, Hatton Garden, London ^ and by- appointment wholesale and retail by W. Lee, Lewes; and retail by Gregrory, Saun- ders Ck. Laming, and Walker, Brighton ; Binstead; Chi- chester: Wyatt, Little Hampton .. and by lill Perfumers aud Medicine Venders i< i every Market Town through- out the United Kingdom. Beware of servile imitations, as the Genuine Macassar Oil has the signatures of . the* Proprietors, A. Rowland und Son- RHEUMATISMS, Palsies, and Gouty Alloc- tions, with their ti « u- al concomitants, Sprains, or flung Pains, Flatulencey, Indgestion; and general De- bility,( originating iu whatever source) arc relieved and i- requenrly cured by Whitehead's Essence of Mustard Pills, alter every other means had failed. The Fluid Essence of Mustard ( u, ed with' the Pills, n those complaints where nece^- arj, is perhaps the most active, penetrating, and effect nil remedy io ' the world, ge. ierally curing'ihe severest SPRAINS and BRUISES^ in less than half the. time usually taU- n by Opodeldoc, Arquebusade, or any other Liniment, or Embrocation ; and if used immediately after anv accident, 11 proeinst- ill e part ttiming black. WHITEHEADs. FAMILY CERATE is equally ff ficacious for all ill- conditioned sores,' sore legs, scorbu- tic eruptions, blotches, pimples, ring- worms,-• shingles^ breakings out of the face, nose, ears, and eyelids, sore heads, and scorbutic humours- ff every description. Prepared only nnd sold by R. Johnston, apothecary^ 15, Greek- street, Soho, London ; the Essence aud Pills at ; 2s. j) d. each. The Cerate at is. jid. and v> s. cj< l.— i They are also sold by Lee, Adams, Pitt, and Baxter, Lewes ; Mrs. Gregory, Pitt, Donaldson^ Phillipson, and Walker, Brighton; Mnuday, Worthing ; Mann, Horsham; Cuthbert, Battle; Co eman, Rye ; Pratt'^ and Phillipson, Chichester ; aud every Medicine Ven- der in the United Kingdom. N. B. Trie Genuine hits a Black Ink Stamp, with the name of It. Johnson inserted on it. A CLEAR COMPLEXION, is tlie highest embellishment of the humanform— The Charms. of our fair Countrywomen are especially en- hanced by it. THE celebrity of Mrs. VINCENT'S GOW- JL LAND'S LOTION lilts hern fully demonstrated by its wonderful effects HI removing all Scorbutics Eruptions, and Cutaneous Disorders of every kind j but as this incomparable specific has been basely counterfeited, it is an imperious duly MRS. VINCENT owes 10 herself and the public to observe, that eiery bottle of the REAL GOWLAND'S LOTION is signed by herself ou the label. Sold by Mrs-. Vincent, sole proprietor of Dr. GOW. LAND'S M. S >. Recipe, :. t No. ti. Davies- street, Grosve nor- square, London ; a.:. l in Lewes by Mr. Lee, Printer; and . Mr. Adams; in Brighton by Mrs. < Gregory, North- street;- Mr. Walker and Mr. Donaldson , Mr-. Gilburd aod air. Phillipson; and by all lire niosi t- cspectahl* venders of genuine medicines in Europe, in quarts* 8s. Gd.— pints 5s. Od.— half- pints 2s. () i|. In prevent Counterfeits, olyscne M. E VINCENT on tlie label on all that !-> genuine. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY'S POSTS. From Tuesday's London Gazette. FOREIGN OFFICE JAN. 1812. HIS Roya. l Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the name, ami oil ( he behalf of his Ma jesty; has heen j lea'ed to ranse it in'lje signified, bv the Marquis Wellesley, his Majesty's Prin- cipal Sectetarv of State for Foreign Affairs, to the Ministers of Friendly Powers, residing at this Court, that, the necessary measures have been taken, by the command of his Royal Highness, scl'mi; in ibe name and 011 She behalf of his Ma jesty, for the blockade of the Islands of Corfu, Fano. and Paxo; and of Perga, on the' coast of Albania; and that, from this time, ali the mea- srires air bruized by the law of nations, " ill he adopted and executed. with respect lo all vessels which may. attewlpt l|> violate ilw said blockade. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name, and on. the behalf. uf hisj Majesty, has been giaciou.- lv jdeased to approve of his Majesty's. 1st Regiment of Foot Guards being penni ; td to in- scribe on the^ r. co'onrs and a| ij> ointmeins, the winds CORONNA and BAROSSA, In consrq. ii. eoce of the iilistwguijii^ d., B;^ l'> ln|, r. y displayed by'the 1st and 3d battalions of that corps, in t)> o<>;' s otfi. ee » i h a dispatch, of which the . follow- ing U a copy, a idicssed to liis Lordship bv Gover- nor Farquar, dated Port Louis, Isle of France, Oct. 22, 1311. My Lord, As I was < k> s'itig my dispatches of this div's dale to voui Lordship, 1 received by the. Company's t'f IIiter Mercury, the er. closed conmiunicati ill f'om Lord Minto, cnunimng I tie details of [ lie miii- ar\ operaiinns on the reduction of Ja'va, which 1 trans- mit lo your Lordship I received them, I have the honor- to. be, & Ci ( Signed)- R. T. FARQUHAR. To the Earl of Liverpool. & c. & c. Batavia, September 29, 1811. Sir, I had the honor lo. nrauajtit voo in mv dispatch of ih.: 1st instant, that I lie coiiqttrs: of | ava was pt I hat tihie '' snbsia. niially .. accomplished by the gl < tiou a id decisive tie ory of rlie'.' Utb of August. I am- 113;> pv to announce to y. » ur Excellency the realization < if ihose views, bv ibe aetual sin. temlei <" f < hf island and. Us. dependencies by a c'apituUiidti con el u; Ie( l. bet wren . ttVeii ' Excellencies Lieut- oant- Ceneral Sir Samuel Auchorly and. General Jan- • Seu<, , oo the ISlh. September. ; I have the honor to enclose a report which the Commander- in- Chief has addressed to me of the proceedings <,; the army subst'qnciH to the < 26 li August, with its enclosure;. Your Excellency will' observe with satisfaction, from these documents, that the final pacification of the island has been hasten, d by 1' iesh examples of the same spirit, decision, and judgment, which lias characterised the troops since ihe hour of their disembarkation on ( his coast. The Commander in- Chief will sail in a few days foi India, and I Halter mjself that I shall lie able toembaik on !>• aid his Majesty's ship Modeste, fur Bengal, about '. he middle of October. 1 have the honor to be, & c. ( Signed) M. NTO. To his Excellency R. T. Farquhar, Esq. & c. & c. Isle " f France. < A li u.' (' oyy. l A. BARRY, Chief Sec. to Governmeat. [ Here follows Lieut. Gen. Achmutv's letter, con aining the repoitof the pioceediu « s under his command, with ibe Artictes of Capitulation,' & c.] Return of killed and wounded of the detachment commanded by Colonel Gibbs, in . the attack on the enemy's position ai Jattee Allce, September I6, 1811. I till Foot— I seijeant, 2 rank and file wounded. 78th Foot— 2 rank and file killed, 7 rank and file wounded Total— 2 rank and file killed ; I seijeant, y rank aud file wounded. ( Signed) P. A. AGNEW, Adj. Gen. ( A true Copy) ( Signed) J CRAWFURD, Acting Sec. to Gov. ( A true Copy) ' ( Signed) A. BARRY, Chief Secietarv. rReturns Irrve- also been transmitted of oidilaiice taken in the Sort of Oouaraug ijud in tlie batieiies be'iWee'rt ' Sai « j'i'au » " bhd - OiWaranj!; nmounfing to 5( 5 pieces ofCaftirpn; almv'of- a large amount uf auiimmiiiori, stores, & c. found at Gonarang and Cherilioii,] LONDON. Mr. Perceval gave a grand dinner on Monday, at his house, in Downing- street, His Royal High- ness the Prince Regent had received a card'of invi aiion, but his Royal Highness sent a message lie could not atlend. American Papers I ave been received to the 2< Tth last. In the House of Representatives Mr. Porter, in a Commiitee. on Fornign Affairs, contended, that the exigency of the United States demands war, and i. hat it was noiv the only mode of obtain- ing justice. The Mails from Heligoland arrived' on Friday morning, with Letters and Papers to the 15th in- stant. 1 hey life that a war between France and Russia, in conjunction will, Prussia, is spoken of with more confidence than ever, as likidv to break out h) tin iieginain.; of next month. The gallant Prussian General, Bluchers, is to have a command i• t flie allied army. The batteries at Cuxhaven !* nd other parts of ihat coast have been dismantled of ti. cn ," 1HIS to prevent their falling into the hands of the English, in the event of its being ne- cessary to utjrch oil' the troops to the scene of the expected campaign. Lisbon. Gazettes have been received to the 6 h instant. The bead- quarters of Lord Wellington, cannnued at Freynada, and the troops were all in excellent health and spirits. General Hill made a movement on Christmas Eve, and a fewdavs there was o.- nesiigfet. skirtaishiog, VAUk terminkttd in out t » vour. T'- isd iSKiiuIsi i ported to have Ut iuiuedall ( he Bonaparle is said hi. liaye ordered an expedition to be fitted out at Brest. again,! the British settle- nients in New South Wales. The accounts from Jamaica, by the Mail of Tues-_ day, are to the 23d November. The House of Assembly met on the. 29th- October. Among the Acts passed is one for doubling, the duties on all articles of grain imported fiom America. The object of these additional duties is, to encourage the smaller Settlers in Jamaica to cultivate sub- stitutes for these necessaries of life, the labour of their "" egroes in ( lie grow'lh of colTee beiiig now unprofitable and \ iseh- s. The Darhugton packet, on Wednesday se'nniglit on her passage fiom Cadiz, in hit. 44 10. long. [ 5 .70. fell in with tv,' o fr. igales and a corvette; one of the fiigales chased the Darlington twelve bouts. Two davs after, the Darlington fell in with the Surveillante, Sybille, and Spitfire, and was inform ed by Sir George Collier, that a French squadron Were at sea, and that tliev chased him a fevv davs before, and that having fallen in with his Majesty's ships then in company, he was going in pursuit ol the meniy. ANOTHER ACCOUNT. The Survillante frigate was chased on the 15th instant off Cape Finisterre bv three French frigates anil a brig, supposed from ibe Loire On the 17th the Surveillante fell in with the Sybille and Spit- five slqi. tp, and immediately . sailed in pursuit of the French squadron, which, it is supposed, weie cruis- ing with a. view of falling in with the. supplies foi Por tugaI. On Saturday fjiprning^' Lady Milton was safely delivered of a,: s( ViV imd lleii ; at Milton, house, tlie seat of Earl Fitzwilliain, In Northamptons'hire; on. which occasion great tejoicings took, place at Pe- terborough, and the neV^ hbou1 ing villages, An elopement toots place a few nighwsince from the house of a Noble Lord to ills' westward of St. James's, whose beautiful voting natutai daughter was so secretly carried off by her young lover, that no tidings were heard of Iter till she became a married dame at Gretna- Green. The gentleman is Mr. L —, of a distinguished family, and heir to an immense property. Their joint ages do not ex- ceed ihirty- four veats. On Friday night the house of Sir Thomas Wil- son, at Chalton, in Kent, was . broke open, and robbed of a quantity of plate and weating apparel. The robber enteied by forcing open onq of the pat lour windows. A Jury impaHUeiled at Guildhall, to try a ship cause last week, lemained 25 hours without agree- ing lo a verdict; the defendant was ultimately oh- liged, from the illness of one of them, to with- draw a juror; hence the cause was undecided: I I wereof one opinion, hot ihei we e unable to bring their foiemau Mr. Barclay to coincide with them. POPULATION OF 1801. ln E. ngland, Wales, and Scotland. iiu bitHn" the ar mv, NASI), Males, 5, tin, JGI ;, Females, 5, PIJ, JSI. fuial, iu,. POPULATION OF 1811. Males. Ftm. des. Tfilal. England -- - - 4,55.'.. 4S7 4,944v « 43 < J, Vlil, H'O Wales ----- ' Jag^ iit ai7, n'il> u? » jaii Scotland ... - aiJ-, 3/ 7 < J7H)** 7 I, Hi> 4, f>^) 4 Army, Navy, & c, $ l" i5u< i — .. < i Ms5. « » Total - - - 6,3> I'I, 54!< ti. i4i, r> yr) I144 INCRE. ASE. England - t,, 16?. JJtiS. Wales- - - - - 0>, S. 14 Scortland ----------- 2 itl, i! tj I. . Army,. Navy, & c. - I tip,!) Total - - 1,1) 11,- S8' 3" THE PROTESTANT PETITION.— The Earl i. f Gra- nard, on Saturday list, added ait » tlitr t. i the names of distinguished lending Proteslants of Ireland, « In, have eiin. ih it their names in n loipi> licaliou to Parlia ment, t' « r the eliiauyip atldll of I heir eiinilt rune i. ! t was ann^ inict'd, liy I lie saiue Noble Lord, iVi. o it a j • the inivious ul. h << t » li. e Earl of Moira, lll it every ; mt- te. staut, uic aj.^ reivcd the great measure in contem- plation, should unt lie d'ne- ted l> y any ordinary inearj. t'roai suliiscribing: ilie petition, luihiswish, we h ive some ]-,'. is( in t>< becertaiil, all tlie friends of the Prince Re - nt Htreiiouosly coiieitr. THE LATE. COMET.— A curious paper was lait week re. 11 liy Dr. Herschell, at the Royal Society. Or. H. iiroUsi- rring the Comet in October last, noticed it high- ly iamtniuis iippearaoce near lliccentre of its head, ultich astrouotners u.> uld call its inicleus,' Tin. hinii- iiotis disk, hotveter, he fouml todetiatc coiisiderabiy from the eenti.", and to lie at one lime brighutr titaii ilaatlu- r. Tins led liini to he in ire particular in his ob- servations, with Ioniser telescopes, and higher magnify- ing powers ; these he varied from j iii to and -_> o feel, W' itit iitagmfyCiB up to tioo, when he discovered ii to be n planetary body, which appeared so bright in the cen- tre ei' the Comet, thai it was- evidently surrounded by a cometic alUHI- jilK're. ON iLtih tleiober, when the cimiet was 114 millions of miles distant froai the earth, liy a series of observations and calculations, he ast er t. nned the diameter of thU planet to he miles, with an altuosphcre subject to ihe vicissitudes of the comet. DIED. On Sunday, in Charlotte- street, of a lingering dis- ease, which he bore like a man and a soldier, General Sir James Henry Craig, K. B. tate Governor in- Chief of British North America ; Governor of Blackness- Castle ; and Colonel of his Majesty's / atU regiment. Lately, Mr. Clarke, of Hothfield, Kent ; whilst blr) otinp;" rabbits his^ mi aecidently went off, and wound- ed him in the arm, which turnk. g to a mortification, he died tluee days after in great agony. In Wine- street, Bath, Ami Morris, widow, aged 104 years ; she enjuyi'd her eye sight and mental faculties to'the lust ; and ha » left a daughter, iiged 74. LAW. THE Advertiser, a Young Man, wi^ tes for a~ A situation i « a : SOLICITOR'S OFFICE a* in- grofising and copying CLERK. lie . has a knawlidge of general bu3siness, having been several yea, rs in the pro- fe^ SH- n. . - • ... ., . . Direct to X. Z. at Mr. LEE'S Printer, Lewes. ~ ~ GARDENER. " WANTED, a situation as Gardener, hyti steady middle agod man, who lived in that capacity between four and live years, with the late H. Sheljey, Esq. of Sandgate, and cau have an undeniable cha- racter. Inquire for J. H. at Mr. Patchin's, Lewes; and if by letter, postage paid. WANTED, as an Apprentice to a Watch- maker, Silversmith, and Jeweller, in a uiarket. town, in Sussex, a smart lad, who will be treated as one of the family. A reasonable premium will be ex- pected. Apply to Mr. Lee, Printing Office, High street, Lewes. GOVERNOR OF A WORKHOUSE. WANTED — The Guardians of the nineteen Parishes, belonging to the united House of In- dustry, East Prestonr" Sussex, do hereby give Notice, that they will at their next Meeting, to be holden at the wild House, 011 Monday, the third Day of February next, at Eleven o'Clock » , » . the forenoon, be ready to treat with any person for the KEEPING OR GOVERN- ING THE POOR, resident in the said House, from t! ije thirteenth Day of April next, for the Term of one whole Year. Any person willing to Contract is desired personally to attend the Meetingin the mean titiK', further particulars may l) e known by enquiring of John Hoim- wood; Ksq; « » f Angmenng, the Visitor - or> of Messrs, Holmes, Solicitors, of Arundel, HANTS. Superb Furniture, beautiful China, rich cut Glass, and a Cellar of. choice and genuine old Wines. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr, WELLER, On Thursday, the 6th of February, I812, and two fal- lowing daysT, at twelve 6V| Y>< k, THE t. tiiy fu^ hionabld Furniture, and ^ valuable, effects, the property of a Gentleman, which will be removed for sale, to the extensive Ball and other suite of . Rooms, at Fareham ; comprising . capital four post and other hedsteds, with rich drapery furnitures, with French wiudow curtains, en suite, prime beds, every appendage of tlie fir - 1 descrip- tion, excellent rosewood conitimdes, card, sofa, aud w riting tables in . mahogany, an elegant goth: c winged wardrobe,, sideboards, and sarcophagus cellarets from the antique, Grecian coikhe » , lounging and bed sofas, fauteiiii chairs, loo, dinner and qmutetto tables, the materials of which arc of the iirst quality* and irtost superior workmanship, bronze, tripods, aud c: Mjdlt- bras mounted in or- morlu, a. splendid and uniqueilesstjt > et of OLD CHELSEA China, a beautiful dejeune and sandwich bl'greeu enamelled table china, a brilliant dessert set of rich cut glass decanters, coolers, finger, and wine " glas^ i s, doxeu nt' Hock, Burgundy, pink and w 1 i e Hermitage and Champaigne, Claret, Ma- deria, Vin. de Grave, Sherry, Vidonia, Buceilas, and Port Wines of the moist faviired Vintages; Tihe eilt\'' t5 tuity be- viev.^- d t^ o ayb previous to the > a! e, and no p rion to be permitted toviuw vyjthout a ' e^ tsuio'iu^*,! •• l. DOl ^ ' ; ' ; ( ; -.'. V: , - .. Catalogues may he had^ in due time, at lsve# cU, at the George Winebester ; Do1Pin, Southampion ; An.-' 1 elope,. S. Jisaury ; Yorkhouse, Bath • Bagle-, Treh( ie| d j Crown, Gosport; at the OFFiCe of Jaba Paddon, Esq. Fareham Star, Portechester Messrs. Mottley and ( b. Portsmouth; Messrs. Lee, Printers,' Lewes ; Libiaries, Brighton, Worthing, and Bognor; Crown, Arundel; Auction Mart, London ; aiid oi Mr. WELLER, Chi- che- ter. CHICHESTER. TO BE SOLD, BY AUCTION, BY MR. WELLER On Wednesday the | ^ th of February, at twelve o'clock, at the Swan Inn, THE extensive STOCK IN FRADE, of Messrs. Cro- s Son, Carriers, fVo. n - CHiShester, to London, which consists of 3J strong' abb- hnr> e>, wilh harness . fo'i the . skmc, four exeellent broad uh- eitd waggons, one six inch wheeled, one four iuehed wheel- ed, two large delivering and one' dung . carts, t.- rii k>, < Mpftal scales and weights, tarpaolins, spare wheels, chart cutunj: m ichine, v arious st* ai) le and y. ird n't* nsils. This extensive business ha* bet a t^ tablisU''' d for nt ar a ceutiiry, and carried on with the highest degree re pntalion towmds the public, with consign- able advan la'ge to those who have hilerto CiiniVuctnf i- t. Threewag gous are eonstaatly employed, to and from London every wet k, sWi* e times four, aniii- ng Various other ad vantages, the large quantities of wool sent from hence give* a considerable uph> ad'in£. ' i'he suijwoviug tr. ide of the city surrounded by ti; ree barracks of consider-" able magnitude, will render to an inieliigent and a< live peison, a very liberal profit, laud ihe capital tequired to carry on th s concern, will be very uioderite. The Stock of this valuabfe busmen-, the in. teve. it in the ca- p i< ioui pri'mises, and all other. advantage*, tKat are 10 - l » e derived from it, are . to be ijicladi d in one lot, and' immediate possession » yj. li he jiiven, ai. d pad'of the pnr- eha- e. monvy niiy reniiin 011 ui. brigjge. The books to aseeriain' ibe returns for some year* past,' will be open for in- ipecliou to any one wit » would » vi » h. to euier into so lucrative a concern, • l'\ tiuhei> par> ticular> uj ly be kttjfr. vn by applying to Mr. WELLER, Chichester. SUSSEX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. BARPLETT, At ihe White Swam, Brish mi Pouadt vveeu tlie hours of - five aud six ju Jie„ - cveiji- no;, on '... Monday the 3d or Fchi'ttary* IvSIc2, in one lot, A Desirable Copyhold Estate of Inheritance, J. jL consiiViitg of a d- veiling hotise, ami an extensive Vu » lt- h6uie adjoining, granary, wood- h"' use, p » £ poo bint, gate- room, orchard, and walb- d garden^ ihe whole standing and occupying two acres M - ground, "( mure or h> » ) cu'tomary measure ; an extensive trad6 h is been condneted on these premises, in the malting liue, I\ M- ' the l ist ltfiy- ye; irs with considerable success. Also two acres and a . half, ( mare or less) custom iry measure, of rich arable land, lying in Westbrook com- mon lield. This estate is sit'fiate in the pleasant village of Bo- ham aui! held under the manor of Chidhan, quit rent 6s. b d herioton death, or alienation u vv in the' oevu pat 10 n of Mr. Thomas Pope, tenant at vvih, who wiU shew the premi-. es, and fiirther. particularn may be obtained by iipplying to Mr. Bartlett, at his Royal Exchange and General Agency Offices, Chichester. SUSSEX. Valuable Estates, Bordering 011 the intended Line of Navigatioit, of the River Arun, from the grand Junc- tion Canal. TO BE, SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MIL BAltTLETT, At the White Hart Inn, Chichester, on Wednesday, the 19th of- rFebruary, iai- 2, at Four o'Ciock in the Afternoon* in one Lot; AN ESTATE, called HORNCRQFT FARM, consisting of an exceeding comfortable DWEL- LING- HOUSE, ( lit for the reception of a genteel family), Cottage Ornee, Barns, Stables, Ox Stalls, Gate- ' r00ins, and Garden, thereto adjoining, fo- jrether witli Seventy Acres ( more or les?) of Arable, Pasture,, at id Coppice . Ground, nearly in a ring fen. ee ; the London Inropijce. r(> 4d to Arandel, and Littlehampton, only separating fliree closes from the other Lands, situate' and lying 011 the North Side of the Parish of Burv, in • ti)>^ Courify Sussex, w \( lv exten> iv. e: Common Rights, lyi and oy- iT Horncroft, and Bury Commons. A Is o seven Acres, of prime Meadow Land, lyin^ about half a mile from the Dwelling House, in Coat'es^ nd Trip Meads, And also . the Reetorial or ParsOnage House, with' the ' Barns, Stables, Granary, Dovehouse, Cate- room 4 Garden. O'Chard, and Meadow Land, th j re to adjoining, containing, by a late admeasurement, wv ocre- s and a h i t. Also a close of prime Arable Land, called the Helens, containing nearly Twelve Acre*, together with the gieataad small t- ythes of every denomination, aiisiug from, and over the whole of the extensive, and fertile Parish of Bury, ( except on a Farm called Timberly) containing about two thousand acres. Horncroft Farm, and th - land at Coates, are Copyhold of Inheritance held ut. der the Manor of Bury, the Heriats, Quit Rents, and Services, are redeemed. The remainder is Leasehold for three good lives, the eldest of which, M only Thirty- eight years of a^ e. Possession of the Farm, Parsonage- house, and Lauds, may be had on Lady- day next, and of the Tythes at Michaelmas 1812. The Timber and Underwoods, to be taken at a fair valuatien. Bury is situated in a good sporting country, ahou t half- way between Petworth and Arundel, and four miles from Pulboroagh, all considerable Market towns. Twelve miles froui . the city of Chichester, th « first beast and corn markets out of Loudon, from winch hitter place it is distant fifty four miles,— at Arundel and Chichester, there are extensive cavalry barracks. This, Estate is worthy the attention of any Gentleman, who is disposed to invest his m » uey, in the purch.'. se of a truly eligible and desirable property and presents at the same time, an excellent opportunity to the agricul turist. " Printed particulars will be delivered by the 13th of January, and the estate viewed, by application fo'Mr. Champ, Solicitor ; Mr. Bartlett, at his Royal Exchange and Agency offices • and. of Mr. Thomas Hackman, land Surveyor, Chichester, where plans oi the Esiat. e. may be seen ; and of Mr. Clark,. Solicitor, Saint Paul s College, Saint Paul's Church yard, London SHOREHAM. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By R, PUTT1CK, On The Premises, On Friday, the 31st instant, and following day, THE STOCK, HOUSHOLD GOODS, of Mr. JAMES SMITH, of the Dolphin Inn ; Consisting of houshold goods and furniture, some liquors, 2 horses, s> cows, 2 carts aud harness, 2 pigs, Ike. & c. The Sale > 0 begin each day at eleven " o'clock. N. B. The lu » rses,. occ, on tlie second day ^ and may be viewed any; day previous to the salei To Stage Coach Masters and others. THE Public are respectfullv informed, That A the INTEREST in the LEWES and BRIGH TON COACHES, & C. advertised for sale by Verrall and Son, on Saturday next, is unavoidably POSTPONED till a future d iv. Hunters, Hounds, Oxen, Sheep, Wool, & c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY VERRALL AND SON, On the Premises, On Thursday and Friday the tub and 7th of February;, ! H J2, by tlie authority of an Execution from the Sheriff of Sussex, THE fo- Howing Effects of Clapham- House, i near Alfri- ton,.. in the connty of Sussex, viz,— An elegant barouche and h irness nearly new, a hiiudsome gi^ and harness, 8'" good Working i) xen,/ a- Vcrry - handsome daik reit trye Sus\ ex- bred bully- rising. twor by Mr. Harson's \> iize bull, 3 cows, I with a calf, a fisiii1 of vefy , hai! usonie light grey carriage horseb, 4 l', unter3 and. batiks, 4 good cart horses, 2. jack asses, 2 donkey carriages ftnd h; i. rness,', ? saddles aud* bridles, 3 narrow wheel- \ V'ago|' ons, 4 good dung cart-", I light cart, 2 vtafer carts, - 2 ricks of oats, a quaiitiiy of thrash- ed v. heat, oats, and barley, 5 ricks of hay, two rirks t> f straw," phmghs, harrow s, 1 iruti roller,. 2' vv ood ditto, • » ud other husbandry in general, 3lo prinre stocjv. Cvves, fi » rwar « in lamb, 3 rams, aud 5 raai lainbs, about 4", o fleeces of wool, w) large and sVliall I. og-, no couple of • aj'ital harriers, geese, ducks, turkeys, amlt fowls, ton bushels of pot& ti> « ^, 100 wattles, it eneimiber lights, jitije inferior to new. • i^ rdeu'- tonls in general, » a qx* celleht hi I!. lard table and appurtenances, an elegant organ, with three barrels^* haudso5he sofas, 7 con » piete serVauts b'. uls, k patent mangle equal t » ) ne » v, and a, vn- Viety of of other effects. To begin each morning piscisely at eleven o'clock, N. R. Cl'he dogs,' horses, fcheep, oxen, cows, Bull, liarou: lie, gig, corn, bay, w « Sol, waggons, carts plotvgh", oiid 01 her huib ^ alt v vvHl !) « : sold the fil> t day -— i'tiC bo^ i, billia. i d table, and oilier eElecis the second day. The whole to. be Vie> y. ed tlie 4tU and 5th, by apply- "' oivthf . premises. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By VERRALL AND SON, At the Star Inn, in Lewes, o'n . SaiuMoy the 15th day of Febr uary, 18 12, at four . o'clock in the afternoon, ALL that ei. e^ iit Mansion- house, called Fram- ( ield Pla e. in the County of Sussex, wtih the pleasure. ... grounds, farm- hou^ c, cot luges, and farm, con- taining by esomatioii 2- 09:: acres, in tin: jjarish of Fram- field aforesaid t Ant^ also the- manor and farm of Ladlay, in the parish of . ce: n; eht< ii, in li e said eoiinty, con; ain ing by estimation 22." » A. 3lt. 3 I P. ; and, a farm adjofu- tng called , Greenhouse Farm, containing, by . intimation ,42- A. ill, 16P.: Aud also the Dividends arising from the surn <, i iT5^ 3f » 13sv I Stock, in the 3 per'ceni. Re- d need Aun'u jtie*, ond fr « » m one eqe » al nioiet y of the sous of jt7.4'' o . Stork in toe 3 per cent, Cousol. Anuu- ities.''' The.. tvh'ole. vi! j| sold together,^ in one lot,.' for^' the hfe of tlie 1 it « ' proprietor thereof, - siged 52, or for & uch ** tb- er' ti rui nlift esta. ie IIWRMIII Vevjvreti-' yely,. as he. was p^' H's- svd of « > r'iui; ta'd t'o,. a^ oi .-< ubjvet « o such charges aud iiirjii . nbrances^ a^ are now charged 1 hereon.. J'urlhvr partL ul iis v, ill be advertised ui next week's Levees- Jbw. ru. ii; au- d- may-- iV- r thV mean t ime, be known iipou iipp{ isv;: iion to Mr. E. Verbal, aHorney at law, Lewes. - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By RICHAlD LAMBE, On Thursday ti. evt, the 3oth of January, ALL the Houshould Furniture, of Mr. Thomas Morphel, at the George lon, in Alfriston, eon- •• isting- of labl- es, chaurs, a. 3 1 hour t lock, a smoak j. u k, ft kiteben grate,; five bi d* teads, w jth beds and bedding sonvph'te, a wainscot cltest- of drawers, sheets and table, linen, { mil hou'. hold furniture in general. The sale to begiu . vt lo o'clock in the morning. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS WHITE, . On TRURSDAY, the ( 5th of February, I812, Between the Hours of Five w? Chick and Eight in the Evening, at the Lamb Inn. East Bourne, A FREEHOLD UNFINlSHED COTTAGE, CONTAlNING two pailours, tlnec hed- iootiis, a kitchen, pantry, and wash hoijse ; and two a'les and a half of FREEHOLD LAND, more or less • situate u ithiii a quarter of a umle of the sea, of which, and the adjacent country, it commands a beautiful view- citled the " GROTTO," and now In the occupa- tion of Mr. Thomas Richird on, the proprietor. Particulars may be- had of Messrs, King and Gell, Solicitors, Lewes-, aud of the Auctioueer, S outh Bourne. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. CHRIPPES, On the Premises, on Monday, the : ul of February, HU, mill t » « fiiil'iui'iiijj < li » y, ALL tlie ca, iitr, l FARMING STOCK, Hus- bandry lmplemants, and Houshold Furniture, of i. lie l. ne Mr. Collins, of Screcch. House, in 1 lie | u. r( sl. of. Northchapel, deceaned ; ' l'l. e i-' uri. tiuj; Stock, wliict. will lie sold the first day. i'otniVrf<|.. s 5 Hors'efi, ^ cows, 1 two- year, .5 thi ee- yeiir, aiid ii'fiAtr yfur ( kill steers, s heiftrs, 3 tlihei" . •>,. r'n nihc[ i, 32 l. tnlhs, 4 iut Ihi^-.— I litk, and - 2 stitui|) ii; of 4 daug carls, ploughs, li- irra- A -. r . llcrs wattles, trace and thill liui- ness, takes, [ iru. i^ and other IIu. UinQi- y Iinph'ttienis. The llonshttUl Furniture c-. iosists of Berlstcnrts, and Fnroiiuref, excellent goose aud other Feather Beds, Blankets, Sheets, aud Table Lineu,— Chairs, Tables, Chests of Drawers, pier and swing Glasses, China, Glass, aud a general assortment of Kitchen aud Lirevving tUeusils. The Sale to liegin each day at Fleven o'elork. Catalogues, price till, each, may lie bad a eek pre. ceding the sale, at the King's Arms, Godalming , White Lion, Guildford ; White Horse, Haslemere Half Mo . u, Northchapel ; Angel, Midhurst; Swan, Pulborong ; at ibe place i. f sale ; and of the Auctioneer, Uetn urth. Just published, THE Sure Destruction ol the- Fruitless Vine ; A or, Tin- Similarity of. England as she •„.,••* is ; to the State of the Jewish Nation, al Ihe time. of the Re- surrection of Christ from the Dead ; tin prophesied by Ezekrel ; being A SERMON, Preached in the Ball Room, Paul's Head Tavern, Cat- eaton street, near Gurldhall, London, on Suuuay morn- ing, Nov. 3, 1811, By G. S. WHITE, Author of Christian M. emorial, & c. & c. Sold by Mr. Jones, No. 5, Newgate- Street ; and by J. White, Stationer, No. 2, North street, Brighton.— Price One Shilling. Also, G. S. WHITE'S FAREWELL TO ENG- LA D ; aud Letters to Messrs. Oldham and Butcher, Devisees to Into Countess of Humingdon; with some remarks on the conduct of The Religious Attorney, of. lii'ighthclmstuii. Sold as above. Frice One Shilling. '•*' •' ' "" - ' *' August 7,1811 WILLIAM HODGE,. of East Peckham, Ken waited on Dr. Miller, to aeknflvv ledge with grit- titiide ihe great blessing that had aticudcd the cure that he liad recf- m d, by the use of his Restorative Me- dicines, about six yeirs ago, and informed the Doctor that he had continued hea.^ y and well ever since; the case was as follows:— " I was for seven weeks afflicted wilh violent pain and i. iflaininaliiui . in my stomach and intestines, U'it|, great thirst, sour belching, dud frequent vomiting, with such griping pains al-.. ut the tuivel as. not to he. describ- ed, that it was wtth much ditiicully I could take any refresi. iii^ tit5 when 1 did it was soon thrown up agaii'? never failing to increase the paiu ; and the pasva'gls re- quisite in the course of na- iure weee stcrpjud a consi- derable time, with cbhl c lam my sweats, ni,. l ililKenh hreatliiugv 1 was then brought into so low and declin- ing a state'as to be very much wa- tcd, aud to cause the greatest exportation of my I.' it surviving one day over another: during this length of mi. ery I could not get any relief from fnedictue ( though inucl. was triicl) tilt my wife aud1 niotuer applied to Dr. MILLER, Mere- worth,- who inuch relieved me, and by- a strict adher- ence to the Doctor's precepts fur ' fi • ill mouths,, i was « w. i. i. h the hly> » hi£ of God, restored t" health and » i! rc » o- tlr l> y his. Restorative Medicines, av. d-' have hc. i u uU! c it* worli hnril at my trade, which is ihat of a wheelw righi, hetvveeu four and livf . aiouchs* - As witness tuy hunt!, WILLIAM HODGE. J anuary 4, l8o6. We, jiiihics ar « > hereunto subscribed, : ire wiU HCas to the truih of tlii- tthove cOi tilii ; ite. ^ G. H. S. I. MRchell, Minister. - w.' irfii Thomas Martin , . . ;• ", . , John Maddock' " T A '' * - John Ashton r Overseers. ... John Ashton, J • - Thomas Henham- Thomas Wood— William Wahan John^ Chees. tJJ ( Brooks) — William Blunden— Rich, RUms ey.-.'',-/ i/-:- , r\* ' I •"..,,. V CAUTiON, T-_ lt is neeessary t « he part. ca'ijr that it is Dr. Miller's Antiscorbutic' Drops ihat yait purch; isev at* there are manyf ' medicines ve » * y similar in name, ft one are of his pvoparjii- r hut what haw a red Staiiifi^ , sij » : red ^ vith ihe Doctor's name, in his ownh ; « l AViitiao • witli a ht » ok of directions and advice. Dr. Miller's, Antiscorbutic Drops, f> rice 4*. (> « 1. p^ hottk%— his Restorative Nervoas Cordial, 4s. Gd, and ti « Restorative Pills ( which are reconrmcndrd tu hi- taki ii with the C ordial) piice '• < jd. | » cr• hoN.- r-; iud " vN onu- Destroying Sugar Cakes, may' he had of the fol. myiu^ ViZ. MR. ARTHUR LEE School Hill, Lewes ; Battic, J. Cuthber Heathfield, J Ellis. BEclitey, S. Colbran Horsham, T. Manir Bexhill, T. Wedd Lunberharst, J. Gibbs Burwa. sh, G- Gilbert Lewes, Pagh and Davey Brighton, Mrs. Gregory LindfieId. W. Durrant Cuckfield, J. M- George Maresfield, J. Maynard Dallington, J. Pardon Peasmarsh, E. Eannister Ditcheling, . J. Browne Rye, M. Colemau East Bourne, T. Baker Cook aud Son E. Grinsted, Palater & Son Sandharst, J. Bach Edlenbridge, W. Corke Seaford, . J. Brooker - R. Parsons TunbridgeWells, J. Sprange Groombridge, T. Kelvick Uckfield, J. Pocknell Gondhurst, J. Conchman Udimore, R. Cbester Hailsham, H. Waters Wadhurst, T. Bull Harifield, Mes. Morphew W. Noakes Hasthigs. J. Barry Winchelser, R. Maplesden J. Norton VVincrsham, J. Wood. TO . tllOsO vtlni i a: a, sa unfni tim'atii as lo suffer by that ( Iisa^ n- eahle disorder, the ITCH, to. which, as daily experience proves, tkv um„ i respectable persons are front its infeeiinus nature liable; ii will he uf aril . nt age to kuo*, th it they may rely on bring e.' i'eo tuaily cured.- 1> y This sKfiv. spe. eilj-. n. ul eiiec; a..: Rebredy, nas b? en fir gt'ilcrnl u. e l„ r un, .. Vd, of , i » l,; y > e « r » , wnhuut a sin. gie Instance .„ its hmng fulled I., ewe the most i,„ c. te, in- casWi. it nut Contain the smallest panicle • of tserciiry., i> r any other rfangeroii- iugrrdii- ut, amt may be saUty used l> y pnwms oi' the most delicate constitution; The public tire red to i5h- ei- ve, tlwt r. one can pos. lhiy ibe goimilir, u. il'.' » s. ihe. t. s hf the propr. ie- tt'l's:, BARCL i v. n! M) - V, are . nvcravetl '. Ml the slnltv;, ath. vcd l. o e., rt. b ix j linil ^ reat danger u. ay ; uri » e freni tne ti » « u-,': t of this c iiit'i i., n.' Sold wholes li^' arid - iclail hy Barclay aod Soa, ( tl. e only fitccessors to Jackson and Co.) No1. Freet- Marke , London, pvice t>. duty mclndi < 1; and by their appoimnieut, by W. Lee, Lewes; nnd.; bj at least out' respectable Vender in every Market Town. CHILBLAINS Are prevented f. oin br. aliii. R, at » < l their tormeukiR. Ilcb ki> ij iu ilaii. ll v ri ftioved bv WHITEHEAD'S ESSENCE of MUSTARD, iiiiiversalli, esteemed for its extraordinary elHca cy iu Rhemnatiaii- ins. Palares, Gouty Affections, and <:•>. « * plaints or the Stomach j but where this. certain remedy has been uaku'otu or uenlerted, and the Chilblains ha. ve actually- suppurated or broke, WHITEHEAD's FAMILY CERATE will Clise- the pain, and » ery - peciliiy hi al thetrt. Thry are prepared aud s, iyl by R. Johnson, Apothecary, 15 Greek street, Saho. Londan ; the Essence and Pills , at - Js. yd. each. The Cerate nt is. i\ d-. Thyy tire aUo s- old by W. LEE, 1 Lewes, and bj every . Medirine Vender iu the ' Kiugdou'i. The genuine has a black ink stamp « titU th « ua. ue of R. Johnston; inserled on it. CORN - ExCHANGE. Friday, Jan. 24. This slay the Market has several fresh arrivals'of Wheat, wvh cdiisiileiab e icinainiii^ quantliiies., not much ill ie<| iiest, and sales, in coivsequ- enre, heavy, at. a I'aiilier declension in piice ; snine fine Danizic irljoul Gl. per quaHei.— Barley in good sti])- |' I<,_ aivl again uiCiei ItAver.— Malt, iogcther witij vyhite Peas and Beans, of'each destripiioti, but. tioiieat little It iciua'':- n Tlieie'aie c- nstchraltle supplies of O t , lilt} sales if this article are lower, - s- 1 Ioni m. fuli i, i « tks, e.\ pectcd cheaper, and sales at ' lessiiliw the general named pice-. . • , , CURRENT PRlCE OF. GRAIN.. , vy|, c^. . i? 4s. I8s. mos. '|' i< k IJe. uis - 425.47,- Ifine dj; tto iOGj. i | os. Ditto Fine - , yis. ' JxV - -, Sos. " r,*^. ( Kits - 2- H. 26.. . lis.' 1 " 41*. " I'ojah( l^" tl « . 3- is. 35,. • .?(><., Sis Poiai. ie ditto gfi4 vy life Peas"' Tlfs." 8- 3s. Uape seed - s » |. ( i.-, i (>"' y - 66s. liis. I'ine Flour - 9' s. li. aus - - 6Us. . Mis. Seconds - - 0U&. SMITHFIELD, JAN. 24. TI lis day's market had a shot f supply of different kinds i> l caltie : Ji. ee. f Is ch'eajn ; Mutton, V'eai, and I'oit.' soKI at I price ; ami the trade ill ge- neiai was soine, what 11,11. ' I'he sales in the llav- i\ lai ', et. were not lively Staw and Clover have tlionpe. d ill price; Hay obtained last pi ice. '.- lie undeimetUirtfied prices ; vnd numbeis are ajj. accu.^ tale siatfinent : To sink llie ofFal, per stone of Sib.. Beef 4s. od. ( O .' Vs. 9,1. 1 ibadtif Cattle, this da* Minion 4s. 4il. to 6s. tvl. [ I5easis - - _ - I . anih tis. Od. 10 ( id. « td, ; S'lteep - - . 3,10( 1 Veal- 6s. od lo 8s. od. : Cal ves . , . . ' 101 I'oik 4s. 8d. to 0,. sd. [ Pigs ----- 3^ 0 PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. £. s. d s. d. Average. v. lover 0- 0 0 ti> 7 0 o £ 0 ,, u Jlav 4 o JI to r, . 5 o o I) n BAGS. Krnt - " • 4 0 to 6 O - • - 3 13 to i II) lissox - - - 411 10 6 19 • . .. POCKETS, Kent :...-. -. . 5 0 to 7 7 Sussex - - ' . 4 10 to 6 0 rartitisra - .- ju o te. n o Postscript. FROM SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE, WAR DEPARTMENT. DownigrStreet, January 25, 1812. ADISPATCH, of which die ioMowiuj; is a copy has been received at4lie office'of the Earl of Liverpool, addressed to his Lordship by Lieutenant General F. Maitland. My LORD, Messina, Nov. 1 (>, 1811. On ( lie 20( h of Oct. I received information from Capt. Dunoan, of H. M. S. Imperieuse, that a small convoy of the enemy hat! taken refuge at Pa- linuro, where ' it, was protected by some works, ant] a body of troops posted upon a comri\ aiidir, g ground ; Capt. Duncan requested a . detachment, of his Majesty's troops to co- operate with his Majesty's ships Imperieuse atid Thames to take or destroy this convoy, which consisted of nii- TE RUII- Eioats and twenty merchant vessels, laden with na- val stores for the enemy's ships of war at Naples. A detachment of the f> 2d ve^ luient was, therefore embarked on board of his Majesty's ship Thames, cofisistliig of S30 men, under the command of Major Darley and I have the satisfaction to '' it-' poit to your Lordship, that this little expedition has had complete siim.' ss, '• I enclose Major Darley's, report of this and with tlie. giralest satisfaction. I ^ gjgjs lhi>- high - opinion I eiiteitaiivof thfr. rntreiiidityrawVjud^ iritMit of Major Darley, and of the perfect good conduct iii'ail the oftjceis ft ml men employed. Major Darley states also, that the aide manner iir which Captain Duncan, in th-; Imperieuse, cn- ga § ecT the enemy's battery and gun- boats ( which he silenced) was the prelude to their- success, and ve.' lects the highest credit upon that officer; that Captain Napier, of his Majesty's ship Thames, hatted will) his Majesty's troops and marines, and fnost gallantly set - n example: to tliejn all, and con tnhuted greatly to the foi lunate issue of the attack, 1 have the honour to he, ( Signed) F. MAITLAND, Lieut. Gen. To the Right Honourable ilur Earl < if Liverpool.& c & c. ; f Here follows Major Darley's letter, with parti- culars.} Return til" Killed ami Wounded ' of a deiurhmcni M' lif Majesty's l-< Battalion VG.'. l Regiment under ihe rum Hintut of Major Darley, iu' » « - iio « - » ilb ( tic Enemy ai Cape Palinuro, uu the HI November un, Thames, / tit November, I3n. Killed - J ronlc and file. Wounded 1 captain, I subaltren, I Serjeant, t drum- mer, s rank and tile. Total nf killed aiid wounded 1 captain. 1 subal- tern," I scrjeaut, i drummer, 7 rank and file, . Officers u>. ui. ded. Captain Oldham, severely. Lientenant Ray, severely, » ince dead. N. B. Serjeant Jeffers, since dead of hi, s- wounds. ( Signed) E. DARLEY, Major twd Reg. A dispatch, o? which the following, is an ex- ttact, has been received from Colonel Green, em* j. hVu'd'Ufton a- particular service in Catalonia. Extract of a idler from Colonel Green, dated Berga, ilYih November, ISII. I have tlie. Imjiour to leport to,. yo. u the progres- sive sta'e of isi- jxrovcineiit of afl'aiis in this province, w'mt% is ve. y ^ iea', eonsnletm^ the very few means thee a: e to assist it in addituiw. to- die very excel- ient inciioatiyus, pf the public. The enetay has not augmented/, lv'rs force in this principality, having only icplaced the'casualties; anil time is little diftVience in the operations, e\- repiing that theie is a small living coips of fifteen Hundred men, which is increased to tlirfe or four thousand men, 01 decreased, accmdirvg to ciicum- SMnces, ft11the ganison of Barcelona. This ritcuiKktaocc occasions the towns of Mataro and Villarcuva, ai^ l others on the coast, to become Iivoif pu carious; hut as all th. e cxcutsions of- the . enttnv cost iheni many men, it is to be supposed that they cannot continue this warfare long with- out ex post 11 ^ their loice to he cut oft, w hich neuil v * iappeticd a few days since at Mataro by the Baron dt. Erole's dn ision. The siege of die Medas ti< vi\ 01 ( Ue enemv; hut I am. happy to learn, that the e arc no appieheusioiis lor its security. The nets from Arragon i< very I'avouiable; the (• nti: e defeat of one thousand men at Calatuyud, by vho" Empecinado, is confirmed; and, in addition to the confirmation of various small and successful ac- tions of Mina, in the neighbourhood of Zara- goza, there is strong . reason to believe a i mport, that he has lately attacked and louted six thousand K'cruiisor conscripts, near CaparossO. The French force in Aragon at present is very ( mall, General Suchet having almost diained it to • up'puif him in Valencia, so that theie is leason to wippose, from every information, that there does not exist mo 1 e than vciy weak gauisons in Zara- goza, Daroca, and Jaca, and iii those puiitU abso- lutely necessary for communication. [ This Gazette also contains a dispatch from Ma- jor General Cooke, to the Earl ntk. l Liverpool, giv- Mig an accountnf the ch'tence of Tarifa, by Colonel Skeriet, from the' 2- VIH to the S'thh o'f December, riming which several skirmishes bad taken. place The French had effected a large breach iu the wall on the 3olh.] BANRRUPTS SUPERSEDED. Thomas Foster, Doncaster. York, butcher.— Isaac Farraz, Croft, Lancaster. shopkeeper, BANKRUPTS Barnahey Faulkuer, Whippingham. Isle - « f Wight, blacksmith John Coggan. Staines and Laleham, Mid- tllesex, li inker.— Thomas Reynolds and Harvey Grace Thavies Inn, London, pofilisbcis and booksellers.— Morgan Jones, Neath, Glamorgan, shopkeeper. — Fran cis Beanchamp, Woodham, Chertsey, Surrey, ". desman Willam, Erskine Davidson, South Blyth, Northum- berland. jiloi- k and mUt'innkt r. John Nitch, Casile street, City Road, iusurnuce hrnlur— Wm. Smallwood, Bloonisbury square, Middlesex, broker.— John Barr, of » he City of Gloucester, baiter und hosier— William Fenton Scott, Lucas Nicholson, and George Smith, of Leeds, York, hankers.— Jeremiah Smith Woodbridge, Suffolk, hturlier.— Joseph Pulley, Capel court, London, 4ioek. lirnit. ei.. Thomas Ellis. Newport, Monmouth, » ho| ikee] i. i'. - Thomas MerryWeather, City of Lin- coln, taylor. - John Wright, late of Pershore, Wor cester, Taylor » nd hreucnes- iaaker. - David Jones, of Neath. Glamorgan, linen draper. Edward Towns. end. Bloxwich, Stafford, rope- maker. John Smith, Seymour- place. St. Mary le bone, Middlesex, rsipeu. irr. William Souch Prestidge, Mitcham, Surrey, farmer. Thomas Brown, Brearly- Mill, Midgley, Halffax. county of York, corn llllll.' r. John Cox eter. Goswell street, Middlesex, vicuiallcr. John Moss, Bloxwich, Stafford. malster. Thomas White. head, Aldermanbury, London, tipllol'tcrer - John Fisher Thtogmorton. Guildford- street, Middlesex, in- aurasf* broker,—— Thomas Earl, Nampsted- road, St. Pancras, Middlesex, linen- draper. Francis Day, of Crown street, Middlesex, lejuhrr. iruuk uuker. John Lewes, Stood, Kent gardener. LONDON ( SUNDAY) An express was received on Saturday from Windsor at Carlton House, slating, " That his Majesty was not better, and had a bad night." Signed by three Physicians. It appears froni an account laid befc A the House of Commons, that the total quantity of corn, grain, meal, gild Hour of all sorts, imported into Great Britain ( luting the yeais froni 1775 to t7S0 in- elusive, was total 6,778,954 quarters; annual ave- lage 50l,- i l, 3 quarters.—- In the I? years from 1.787 to 1793, both inclusive, total 13,633,212 quarters; annual average .1,136, i 01 quarters.; and in the 12 yea is ftom 17 S£> to ISIO, both itulusive, total 17,004,031 quaiters; aiinual average M 17,003 quarters, ' i'lie actual importation in 1^ 09 Was 1,653, ICS quarters; and iu 1810, 8,22i, 95i quar- teis. A Return of the number of Persons charged with, Criminal Offences, committed to the dillerent gaols in the cities of London and Westminster, and county of Middlesex; for trial, at t'f- i . several Ses- sions held at the Old Bailey, in the years I806, 1807, ISO'S, 1809, and 1 8t0— . lSofj- 1307. 1808.; , t8og. 1810 Number of Persons 899 1,0,17 i, i 10 1,242 X'.' o7 The motion of Mr. Herbert, in the House of Commons 011 Thursday night, which Was likely to Iwve. been carried unanirilrtusiy, was for the appoir. tment of a Committee " to (" insider by. i what means tl'. e authority ,. of Ecclesiastical Courts light be propei ly ew(<) iced witlijoui vthg" pi< ii! 0& of Excommunication, in con- seqitcnce of iwhich, Sir W. Scott pledgc'd hitnself to bring in a Bill. Mr. H.' s motion as well as Lord Folkstone's was of course withdrawn. We lately annoiinced a shock of an Earthquake at Portsmouth and other places on thai part of ( he coast,—- On. Saturday Jast, a similar shock was fell in Oxfordshire, and the' neighbouring counties -— Accounts from Tetsworth, Bictchingdon, Radley, Wolvercot, and many other villages, mention that the win'dows we're. much shaken, ami in many houses the shock was plainly felt by the alarmed inhabi- tants; it ", 1s acc6inpai) ied » " by a deep rumbling noise, similar to the sound of a distant dischaige of heavy Ordnance. A gentleman. of Oxford, walking in Christ Church meadow, ' bcaid Hie noise very plainly, and finm its. urvcouiiTion sound, lie immediately guessed it must proceed from an Earth- quake. In some places this uoisc- wus heard for tip- waitls of ten minutes. Friday mortiing, c'di'itioija! troops of the Horse Guards ( Blue) marched from Reading to Notting- ham ; and unlets tne issued ( 01 .( he dispatch of two infantry regiments for the satire destination, A. servant giil and an infim! child are said to have been muidered la- t week, near Gongleton, in Cheshine b/ si* miscreants; who ' got access - to a b. t. n belonging to a farmer at that place, with the intention of robbing die house. The liiuidei- ets wcie puisned and taken. Curious and extraoidinaiy epitaph at Conway— " Siere lieth die. body o, f.. Nieno'as. Hookes, ot Bonway, gent., w- ho was the oas^ sii^ itxiietk child of his father, William Hookes, 43sij'. } tv- Alice Ids wife, and the father of sifcifK- a/ iti- ftt^ W// children / lie died the 20th day of March, lij. ll." DIED. —; On die - Jd. instant, aged 32, Mr. Melton of Guishall, Hunts. On his death ' bed, he wished that a favorite daughter, seven yeii. v. s jif. age, should enter eterjiity with him. Although • thcii appa- rently well, awful to 1 elate, the day after the de- cease of her father, she. breathed her last!. They weifc both intened at the same time in one grave. LIST OF THE MINORITY, On die Motion of H. Brougham, Bsq. for snimiqmry into the application of the Droits of Admiralty — Ahercrotuby, Hon. J. • Kemp, T. R. Adams, C . Kaight. R. Babington Lamb, Hon. W, Baring, A. Latouche, D. Bennett, Hon. Lyttleton, Hon. W. Bennett, R. H. A. Macdonald, J. Blackford, B. P. Martin, H . Brand. Hon. T. Ord, W. Brougham, H. Ossulston, Lord Burden, Sir F. Pansonby, Rt. Hon. G. Colborne, N. W. R, Hutchinson, Hon, C. H. Combe, H. C, Freemantle, H. Eden, Hon. G. Ronttlly, Sir S. Folkestune, Lord Sharpe. R. Giddy, D. Smith, W. Giles, D. Tracey, C. H Gieufell, P. Ticruey, Rt. Hon. G. Herbert, Hon. W. Verton. G. V. Horner, F. Whitbread, S Howard, Hon. W. Wrottesley, H. LEWES, JAN. 27, 1812. On Friday His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in Council, appointed the Sheriffs for the ensuing year, aniony wliom are the following Gentlemen, viz. For THIS COUNTY, George Francis Tyson, of Siagleton, Esq. For the County of KENT, John Wells, of Bickley, Esq. For the Countv of SURREY Thomas Star- ling Benson, of Champion Lodge, Esq. And, for the County of SOUTHAMPTON, Thomas Thistlethwaite, t> f Southwick, Esq. Last Saturday the'. 42d or Highland Regi- ment, had a field- day, and after the perfor- mance of many uioueeuvres the men wfere prat- ttsed in tiring at a target, and made some ex- cellent shots. A rather unpleasant, and in some respects singular circular letter was yesterday receiv- ed by divers individuals iu t! lis town, l> y the post from Brighton informing them, that in consequence" of certain arrears of Property- tax, due in April last, " lliey had been return- ed into the Exchequer, and that the writ will be delivered to the Sheriff for levying the same with all costs and expences, on the c2Sth instant, unless the amount with the costs already incur- red bo paid to the Collector, so as to authorise him to apply to the Clerk, at his office, for the discharge of their names from the process be- fore that day," Signed by the Cletk. — This appears to us a rather summary way of doing business; a notice is handed to tile party On the 26th ( which happens on a Sunday,) order- ing him to pay an arrear uiith costs, before the 28th, and of which arrear he might till that moment, have been in. complete ignorance, as we know was, in some instances, the exact case.; — This cannot surely be quite right, as persons may, by such peremptory and such very short notice, be intimidated to pay: that which may turn out to be, . on proper investigation, entirely wrong-! Last Monday, Captain Shiffner left Combe- Place 1' or London, to take his seat in Parlia- ment, as one of the representatives, of this bo- rough. On Monday Inst a grand entertainment vva's given, by the military officers, at Canterbury, lis a mark of respect to Lieut. General Nicolls, on his relinquishing the command of the Kentish District. The dinner, which was got at the Fountain, consisVed of all the delicacies of the seSson ; and the wines were of the choicest qua- lity which could be procured. Major General Hay presided. The 23d Light Dragoons, are ordered from the Kentish coast duty; to Guildford Barracks; and the 7th Dragoon Gaards, from the Sussex District, are to supply the place of the 23d on the coast of Kent. The. monthly conference, at the General Bap- tist Meeting- house, Southover, is announced by hand- bills, for this evening, at seven o'clock. The subject, " The Trinity." Last Monday a Coursing- match ( rather a novelty in this part of the country) took place on the Downs, above Firle, near this town, and was very immerously and respectably attend- ed, upwards of forty gentlemen, capitally mounted, being in the field. The day was re- markably line, and favourable to the sport, the hares in great plenty, and the running excellent. The matches were as foljow >- 1. Mr. Gilbert's. Hester agamst Mr. Marten's Venus, niidn'ided." . ' ; ,, 4 Mr. King's Ketch beat Mr. Gilbert's Smoker, 3. Mr. Ade's Nance, beat Mr. Jenner's Miss. 4. Mr. Woodhams's Spring, beat Mr. Wor- ger's Hector. 5. Mr. Grantham's Scud, beat Mr. Faul- coner's Snap. 0". Mr. Woodhams's Spring, beat Mr. Ade's Fly. i' Mr. Ridge's Fly, beat Mr. Gilbert's Snap. 5. Mr. Gilbert's Maggot against Mr. King's Doll. < 1. Ditto, ditto. ]<).- Ditto, ditto. The th'ee Wtt'? r matches were uudrtcided, the two first jiiices being not more than half grown, and killed almost as soon as started ; and the other, owing to some confusion at starting, not being'seen by Mr. King's bitch, until shs had nearly reached the Furzes, in which poor puss was killed by Maggot. There were also several bye courses in which the ( logs were not .<. atched, but slipoed pro- miscuously at hares which were 8t; irted by ac- cident., and afforded some very good running. The party, iilW witnessingv the- death of eight brace of hares, returned to tile Ram Inn, at Firle, where Mr. Leney provided an excellent dinner for - their entertainment ; and never, We believe, did sportsmen sit down to it repast with a higher zest, or a more determined spirit of good humour. The next Meeting, we understand, is fixed for Tuesday, the 4th of February, at the same place. - - Several Foxes have-" bten lately unkennelled in this tfeig^ ibdurh'Wd^ iia'l.- csflsed back to their earths, tmhurt, and p. irtit'ulariy oile, by the hounds of Mr. Scrase, of Broyle- place, after a hard run of live ho-. l'V, during which,, to ha ( He h; s keen pursuers, Reynard rep • ite- lly took to the water. He ran gallantly, but- did', not . ef- fect Ills escape without evident synVptoavs of dis- tress, as appeared by the dropping of his brush. A few thiy. s. since two remarkably line two- ye. nr. old wether Aeftp, that were extracted from their dams, after death, by-. the cicsarian opera- tion, were slaughtered by Mr. Pain, butcher, of this town, and so equally had tliey grown and fatted, that on being weighed, there ap- peared but lialf- a- poutid difference between the two, which' the butcher noticed as a very singu- lar circumstance. A few days since a man was detained at Broadstairs, in Kent, with a horse a- ntl cart in ' tis possess > ui, supposed to have been stolen' from the premises of Mr. Cooper, of Ickle- sham, in this county. Mr. Cooper was sent for to identify the property. On Saturday se'nnight, a fellow who had been selling pamphlets about the town of Sand- wich, containing an account of the late mur- ders at Ratcliff Highway, stopped a poor wo- man, named Cock, on the foad between Worth and Sandwich, and threatened, with horrid im- precations, to murder her if she did not give him. her money. The woman's cries having brought a sailor lad to her assistance, the fellow ran off, but was afterwards pursued, apprehen- ded, and committed to Sandwich prison. On Tuesday the i- ith in slant a brace of par- tridges ran into the house of- Mr. J. Britton, of Coomb- Farm, in the parish of Ninfield and passed through the kitchen, into, an adjoining wash- house, where they were made captives by Mrs. Britton, under whose care they are now alive Unci in perfect health. A correspondent has favoured us with the following account in monthly results, of the quantity of rain winch fell tit Rye last year:— The rain- guage lie used is one made and. sold by Mr. Jones, of Holborn, constructed on the principle; that all plane surfaces arc iu propor- tion to one another, as the squares of their dia- meters. This instrument is preferable to any other yet invented, not only for its accuracy, but for the little trouble that attends its ma^ nagement, as it declares its ovv I results:— Inches, Inches. January, - S IS 9 July, - IS!) february, - 2 < 5- p August, - 2 |. y March, - S- y' September, - 3 April, S-- 1 6 !) [ October,' - 3 8-(| May, - 4 2- 9 ! November, - 3 June, - 1 97 1 December, - 3 4- 9 Total 30 4 0 About five o'clock m the afternoon of last Monday se'nnight, a valuable horse was stolen from the stable of Mr. Twort, at Wighly, by a villain who contrived to effect his escape, al- though pursued almost immediately after, and traced through a turnpike- gate, a few miles from Wighly, ; wdie,' c th? horse vvas known, and " w here, to avoid suspicMOa, robber found it necessary to say, that lie . was dispatched, in haste, 011 Mr. Twort's tUsrndss'f! He rode the animal away on a saddle^( which he found in the stable, without any girth,., but left the same in a neighbouring lane, where it was discovered tj e next morning. Mr. Twort continued his pursuit to London, but we believe, without success. The business of our Theatre was last week confined to benefits, which, we are sorry to say, were not so productive as we could have w'ished them. Mr. Rackham's, on Saturday night, was patronized by' Viscountess Hamp- den, who was present, and had the satisfaction to witness a very fashionable attendance. The pieces announced for this evening are HENRY THE FOURTH, with The Humours of Sir John Falstaff, - and THE WEIRD SISTERS, for the benefit of 110 less than ten Performers, by desire of the Garrison Lodge of Freemasons, of which Colonel Sterling is the Master, a pa- tronage that does them credit ; and we hope the other Freemasons of the town will exert tltemselves, in aid' of the benevolent design of their Scottish brethren. The Theatre will close for the, season, with THE YOUNG QUAKER, and the BOARDING- HOUSE, or Five Hours at Brighton, on Wed- nesday evening, by desire of the Members of the " White- Hurt Evening's Club, fcflnlie benefit of th » , Manager, Mr. Penley, and his wife, and, if we may judge from, their desert, we hesitate not to say, that it' will be.' rewarded with a bumper. He would feel particularly obliged to any of our readers of the inland and middle parts of ihe. county, who are curious enough to keep a rain- guage, to communicate through the chan- nel, of this paper, its . results of last year ; and perhaps, some ' of our sciciitifie oppidans, may be able to state, in a future paper,; the quan- • tity ' lallan at Lewes, Brighton, < tr, ip the nbigli- btni'rlmods-; " with such a statement- lie would be extremely gratified. At the conclusion of our Quarter Sessions on Monday last,, the following prisoners were tried, viz. , Henry Jenner, convicted of obtaining a Che- shire cheese, and 7 yards of linen cloth, under false { iretences,. of William Drawbridge, shop- keeper,' of• Lindfield, was- fined one shilling, and reconiinitted / for six mouths, with liberty of enlisliug to serve his Majesty. . Geo. William's, - otherwise Hamilton, against whom two bills were found by the Grand Jury, for obtaining . money of Thos. Eagles, of New-, haven, butcher, and John Rich, of Brighton, baker, under false pretences, yvas acquitted and discharged. Henry Fenner, convicted of stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from the. house . of James Towner, was fined' one .. shilling, and Ye-, committed for 12 calaader months to hard la- bo n r. John Cousins, for stealing two fowls, the property of Mr. Nathaniel Beard, of Lewes, was fined o# e shilling, and recommitted to hard labour for two calendar months.— Thos. Smith and William Compton, charged with the same oifence, were acquitted. Thomas Noaks, for stealing two fowls, the property of Mr. Edward Scrase, of Ringmer, was recommitted to hard labour for 12 calaader months, and ordered to be once publickly whip ped. Joseph Cornford, for .{ stealing a great coat,, the property of John Jarratt • of Buxted, was fined one shilling, and ' recommitted until the nest ( lay, only, 011 co'iiditidif of his then co- listing to serve his Majesty. John Hills, for stealing a sack, two knives, two forks, and i> 3lbs'. oftrncon, the property of William Betchley, master of the Dorset Arms Inn. East Grinstead, vvtls teCom. iiitted to hard labour for six calandar ui. on. ths, and ordeted to be once publicly whipped. .... John Carter, for stealing at Ticehurst, a sack, the property of Benjamin Buss, and two great coats, belonging to persons in the service- of Mr. Buss, was recommitted to hard 1- bour for six calandar months, and ordered to be o. » ce publickly whipped. Zachariah Webb, for » n assault upon John Dumsday, of Crawley, was ordered to be im- prisoned a week, and to find sureties for his good behaviour for six taonvhs. The Court finished about three o'clock in the afternoon. MARRIED. On the " Oth instant, at St. Mi- chael's, the Rev. P. G. Crofts, Rector of St. John's, to Miss Campion, daughter of William Campion, esq. of this town. DIED. Yesterday morning, of apoplexy, without an, » material previous indisposition, Mrs. Rogers, wife of Mr. Thomas Rogers, yeoman, of Kingstone, near this town. BRIGHTON, JAN. 27, 1812. The calm and temperate weather that dis- tinguished the past week,, proved irresistibly inviting to our fashionables, and not only filled the public walks. and rides with company', but also gave a very gay appearance to every part of the town. In short, the promenades resembled more of May than of January. Mrs. Fitzherbert, on Friday evening, enter- tained a very large party of fashionables' with an elegant ball and supper. Lord Charles Somerset, the Commander of the District, and family, on Wednesday, took the^ r: departure for. London. > 1^- 4 < ij . r.;.. . The Taxes imposed" for t, he support of the present war, begin to be severely felt. by the middling classes of society, inasmuch as no- tices, were last week served upon upwards of FIVE HUNDRED inhabitants of this town, for the immediate payment of heavy arrears - of pro- perty and other taxes, under pain of distraint. On Wednesday our Town Commissioners had a meeting for the purpose of taking into conside- ration the propriety of establishing 1111 effective nightly patrole, for the protection of the inha- bitants against nocturnal depredations, but no- thinyj decisive was resolved on. Chichester Stock- market, 011 Wednesday last, was well supplied with cattle of every descrip- tion ; and, as is usual, a great deal of bushlcsi was transacted. Beef was front 5s to. 5s. sd. and Mutton from 5s. to Gs. per stone. The day appointed for a General Fast, being Wednesday, the 5th of February, - the u « xt re- gular day for holding the above lo'ng established mnrt for cattle, the next Chichester Beast Mar- ket will be held on TUESDAY, the 4th of Fe- bruary, the day preceding. - r- See advertisement in following column. Notwithstanding the great and very proper at- tention paid by our magistracy to the trial of prisoners for offences cognizable by the Courts of Quarter Session, as they respec- tively come round, ( for which they have been frequently complimented by the Judges) there are, at present, iu> less than l( i prisoners for trial in the county gaol, at Horsham. A correspondent w isl es'to lib agai'nst the mock auctions' Wiv till in various parts of the country , alluded to having articles to cateli tti. which the unwary ate imposed upon' r th. trick has been carried on in the metropolis sucee sfully, but the cocknies having so defti. paid for their credulity, have bought experience* and are no longer the dupesto such deceptive arts.' This information does not coule from an uiuier- icriter, but from one who has been an eye- wit- ness of these evil practices; ~ COLONEL MACAULAY. ~ Was a question at the late Nomination Meeting, started By that person, who beyond all others, ought to have solved it; but Si no answer was at that tiuie allowed, froni motives of poli- cy, and at this time would be deemed parti il} left . us impartially, lefer to his character six yeart back, as given hy that great honor to onr Church, the Reverend CLAUDIUS BUCHANAN, D. D late Vice Provost of the College of Fort William, in Bengal, iii his Christian Researches in Asia,— Page 223, fiist Edition. D. KING. " UDIAMPER, DEC. laofi." ' Front Cande- nad 1 i- i ttiriicd to tlic con- it, to visit Lieutenant Colonel Macaulay, tlic British Resi- dent 111 Travancore; he it) r « l present tut til,- Island nf Bal gatty " iitty, Va'M Iiy ' ihe n- nives. tiie Pepper Jungle. I il IV'C » !,' riv! I ll. yrli- v, ll. i, itiltlt, » f » i'Ml: itiiTH j'ntilr tli! N ill l) etu; r kn' « w! cils; e of i-' tn, jM^ f(', uuy ,' llur European'. fle- ls a g'tmli'mnu of 11 lii^ hly riiitiviitrrf uiiiril, of much various learn- ini,. aod- triiitiyr of several latig- uaucs T « , these attaiiimenta lie u, lus a ijuality wliirli iluci not ilhvays Iicconijijiuy tlcui. " HE IS THE FRIEND OF CHRISTIANITY • » LEWES ASSEMBLY. THE next LEWES ASSEMBLY will ' he at ^ the' STAR Rooms, 011 Thursday, ttie. a- jtli dav ot' January iusitjut. R. DUNN. Lewes. Jan. 2< t, 1 S 12. THEATRE LEWES. The Last Night but One. By Desire of The MASONIC BRETHREN OF THE GARRISON. For I lie. Benefit of Messrs. Stackwood, Watson, Becket, Gregory, Blandford, Jercis, Foster, and King, Mrs. Beynon., and Miss Fleming. On tills present Evening;, Monday . n ill he pei'fol'llicd tile celebralcd Tragedy ol KING HENRY IV. Wi(! i a Pamomime t ailed, The WEIRD SISTERS. And oilier Entertainments, h, w ill be. expressed iu the • liilt. of ilie day. Positively the Last Night. liv Desiie of The GENTLEMEN of li. e WIHTE HART CLUB, 1' or tile !!( uelit of MR. and MRS. PENLEY, On Wednesday iu" tt, Jan. a t, I a 18, will be presented a celebrated Comedy, callail The YOUNG QUAKER , The Part of Dinah Primrase, e h Miss. LUCAS, of Brighton, her First appearance on tliis Stage, End of the- Play a Horopipe by Miss. E. Penley. the celebrnU'd Serch Ballal of AULO ROBIN GRAY, by Miss. Watson. And COLLINS'S ODE ON THE PASSIONS liy Miss. Lucas, To winch mill be added ncer perforin, it licit', lire . last New Farce nt" The BOARDING HOUSE; Or, FIVE HOURS AT BRIGHTON. Boxes ' is. lid. I'll .^ s Gal i. 1 -. Doors in he opened at Six, aliil to he^' m nt Seven'. CHlCHESTER. As the ' General Fast uiij takv p- Wte on Wed- nesday, Feb. f, th. is I 2/, Notice k U » Veby « riren, that . ilit? BEAST- MARKET will in roiinjn^ ijce he be Id iu litis city* ou Tuesday, ihe 4th of February l^ is> « . Chichester, Jan 2U I8M. TURNPIKE THE next Genera! Meeting of the Trustees of JL ihe Offham Malling, Ringmer, Shortgate, aiut Lewes I" Brighthehuston Road, are a j* puUt'ed to l> e held at the Star Inn, in Lewes, on Friday next, the Jist in, slant, at eleven o'clock in the foicatinn. Lewes, 25th Jan. ib 1.2. : JOS. SMITH. Clerk, BRIGHTON. THE Commisioners for Paving, Lighting, and J*. Cleansing the town of Brighton, hereby gkc uotice, ihal ihey will, at their meeting, to he holdeit at the Town Hall, on Wednesday the I jih of February next, at six oY'lock in the evening, receive j, rupo-. aU frout such persons as may be willing to undertake the under- mentioned works, viz. 1st. To build a flint wail under the cliff at ihe east end or the . town of Brighton, to fill bp the space be- tweeu ihe present walls, being about 1.1 M feet in, length. The foundation of the wail to be five feel thick, and of the same' thickness to. the top of the . foundation • u> rise pei |)<' ndi< ular on the north side, from a level lute from the lop of the foundation, to eight feet in height, and to hev* l offon the sooth side from such level line afore- said, lo two feet thifck a. t the top. To be completed uu or before the isi of September next. 2d. To build a flint wall under the cliff in the. frotjt of the. town, between Blacklion street.'^ nd Ship street, to fill up the space between the present walls, being about J. iO- feet m length; the wall to'be of the same thickness, height, and proportion a- the liiMmeutibned wall, and to be coin- pie l • d ou or before tU~ day of July next. . The " found at ion of; ifJWjb ; wail to be d3 inches in the chalk jhi the prjvpoia].• uifefliwVltfftfca Uid. between every • layer < if asihi? work completely soht}, and tUe: sov « th side, oi l] » e vv'alK to i. ieJloii^ with * teioin£ lime, 14 inches thnAigb the' wfro i. e. ; Vroots'. I he works to be under ihe inspec tion of ' Mr. T. Vine, ship- street, Surveyor to'l^ fe' Commissioners, V " ttf'VUosli fui tiier par- ticulars may he k;. » 0 » vu. Proposals may iiemiade for eacli Willi at certain sums for each, or foe each wall at per - square of it indie* thick. T he money to be paid by bills on the Treasurer to the Commissioners, at six, nine, and twelve months, bearing' interest al |> er d » em for each i'too, and to be a- date the diy ti. e work is completed. Proposals niu^ l'be delivers d sealed up, addressed to to ihe Clerk and Treasurer to the Commissioners, and indorsed 44 Proposals for buiidi g wail*," but uo proposal can be receiverf after the nth day of Febru- ary next, neither will any tender be iced unless the party making it, or an'agent ou his behui", > hall attend at the meeting of the Commissioners on the ijtii day of February. By order of the said Commissioners, THOMAS ATTREE, Clerk and Treasurer, Brighton, July 23, 131$. NOTICE. UNLESS James Pecktram pays the exoenccs vJ of keeping Two Horses, ' eft by him at the Shop, Cuckfield, they will b< S sold on Friday, the 3 l si Janu- ary, 1612, to defray the expences. THOMAS BARTLEY, January 94, I MARKET. PRICE of CORN. — Lewes, Saturday, JAN. 95. Mixt Wheat ... - - 5 H,. 0 uf 0 0 o White do. - 5 10 0 to 0 <> o Barley - - - Q 6 o. to 2 8 o J. LEIGHTON, Inspector. When, Gentlemen, you indulged me HI insert- ing my remarks on the letter of " W. B." I little thought that I should have the self same serious charges to bring forward a second time, and in a louder strain: little did I think that in the next broadside against Dissenters the shafts of intoler- ance were to have been hurled, and that with a partial hand. In bis first letter W. 15. brands all the Dissenters as so many " Attemplers at Sub- verting the State," but in bis second he disavows the i mention of accusing ALL of" INSIDIOUS AT TEMPTS," exculpates those whom he is pleased to term " Legitimate Dissenters." Now, Gentlemen, I am quite at a loss to know what is meant by " Legitimate Dissenters."— As to bis definition, or explanation, in my humble opinion, it leaves the term as indefinite as before. If W. B. will have the kindness to tell me PLAINLY what he means by his new term, I shall be very thankful. The only way he can do it satisfactorily is by naming the Legitimate and the Illegitimate Dissenters. What are the followers of Wesley, of Whitfield, and of Huntington? What are the Presbyterians, the Baptists, the Freethinking Chris- tians, the Unitarians, and the Univenalists?— ate they Legitimate or Illegitimate?— and pray what are the Independents, the Swedenbourgians and the Baxterians ?— Where are the houses in which the Legitimate or the Illegitimate meet ?— And lastly, what is it constitules a Legitimate Dissen- ter?— I am particularly anxious to know, not only on my own account but also oil that of others. For his urbanity as a writer W. B. most certainly deserves great praise— SOFT WORDS are a disgrace to no party ; nay, they will be used by all who arc conscious of the excellence of their cause.— But, if from their being accompanied by HARD ARGU- MENTS they be considered as rather harsh, the fault is not mine. If it be the intention of W. B. to take up his pen again, I hope he will be more consistent than to declare himself to be ignorant of the laws against Dissenters, and not an advocate for persecution — and yet that he considers they ought not to have more religious liberty given to them than they at present possess, or are permitted to enjoy ! Does it hot appear to be a very great restriction that a man may not call a dozen of bis neighbours to bis house, and there, in peace with all mankind, offer up his addresses to the Father of Mercies, in unison with his friends, without paving a fine of TWENTY FOUNDS? Mark, Gentlemen. I do not say that this is PERSECUTION — it is the law of the land ; and whosoever speaks or writes on - word against that, or its execution or administration, deserves in the opinion oi some men, lo have an ex officio information filed against him. Those who made ihe laws may, of course, alier them IF T1IEY PLEASE. As to the misapplication of scripture of which he so tenderly accuses me, I shall beg leave to no- tice that at a future period. Your's, very respectfully, A DISSENTER. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PARIS PAPERS. AMSTERDAM , DEC 30. \ MONG the number of English ships lost or XJL. sunk off the Texel, are the following: — The Hero, of 74 guns, crew lost. The Centurion, of eight carronades, crew lost. The Grasshopper, of J- 2 guns, and a crew of 120 men and | C> passengers, ran aground, was after- wards got off, and conducted into the road; the pilot only perished. The Archemede, a transport brig, lost; 20 of her crew saved. The Flora transport, of S. r> 9 tons, laden with 1500 barrels of powder, and 230 chests of aims, each containing 20, sunk ; a part of ( he crew has been saved. A great number of the chests of arms are expected to be recovered. The Rosina, of 8V> tons, returning in ballast; the Captain and 17 men drowned. The Beckman, from Baltimore, reluming in ballast, sank ; the Captain and 13 men lost. A brig sunk between Campen and Bergen. In all I 17 men have been saved. TEXEL, JAN. 3. The sea continues to throw upon our coast the wrecks of the English ships, escorted by the Hero. Nine hundred burets of powder have already been collected, A great number of cables and arm- chests have likewise been found. The English never suffered such losses at sea as they have this summer. All are the result of the continental system; for it was the wish, in defiance of the season, of still remaining in the Baltic, and letting their convoys land their goods upon the Swedish ami Danish casts, that has caused iheni such considerable losses. It is reckoned that since the 1st of November, the English have lost five ships of war, of which two were three- deckers, three frigates, and five or six brigs, independent of a great number of merchant vessel*. The Moniteur of the 9th Jan contains the fol- lowing Notes, in reply to an article which appear- ed in an English Newspaper, relative lo landing foreign soldiers, disabled in the British service, up- on the Continent :— " | — There is nothing infamous in all this, but your conduct. The whole would has reproached you for the famines you caused in India, in conse- quence of which millions of men perished. But these men were strangers to your religion; they had not prodigally shed their blood in your ser- vice, and were not covered with wounds received under your colours. Who would have dared to suppose, if the inquiries ordered to be instituted had not proved it, that a civilized Christian na- tion, which boasts of the liberality of its laws, of the generosity of its administration, could have braved infamy on this point; that 3000 soldiers, mutilated in your service, should have received for recompense banishment from England, a gui- nea, some tattered clothes, and landed upon the continental soil, by precipitating them into the water up to their middle. Among these people were some unfortunate men, who, through circum- stances, and the vicisitade of the times, had aban- doned the flag of their country to serve England; men who, by the laws of their country, weie sub- ject to the punishment of death, by landing on their natal land ; and yet you banish them Eng- land, for the services you bad received from them ; you threw them into the hand? of a Government they had betrayed, and placed them under its power. The greater part of these individuals are Austrians, Bohemians, Prussians, Westphalians, Hanoverians, and Russians. After having served England for five, six, and seven years, England withdraws her hospitality, and throws them abandoned, far from their country, without succour, without means of subsistence, upon their enemy's shores. The men thus thrown upon our coasts, in the first ten dis- embarkations, in number about 1,000, were arrest- ed ; they filled the prisons of Amsterdam, Emb- den, and Wesel. The enquiries instituted brought to light atrocities to which credit scarcely could be given. It was supposed to have for its object some political system, or some dark intrigue, but at last was, irrefragably proved to be only owing to that bad faith and atrocious avarice which characterizes the Government of Carthage. The French Go- vernment ordered these wretched men to be set at liberty. The strangers received provisions and pass- ports to return to their own country. Although they bad served the enemy, they were men ! The French pardoned the crime of their having carried arms against France, and recommended them to the Mayors of the Communes, in older that they might be furnished with subsistence. " No doubt it is easy to say that it Is an infa- mous falehood, but there remains 8000 of these victims, who have arrived in Bohemia, at Vienna, in Saxony, Westphalia, Hanover, and different towns in Prussia. There exists the inquiries insti- tuted by the municipalities of Amsterdam, Rotter- dam, and Embden; SfKH> men scattered upon the Continent, live and are a monument of the infamy of the English Government. " S.— If these individuals were hut three or four, the authors of ibis infamous wickedness might pretend to he Ignorant of it— but they amount to 8'' 00 men ; they spread over all the provinces of Europe. " The precaution has been taken to send them to their municipality, with an invitation to the ad- ministration of their country, to make inquiry.— Thus France, Italy, Germany, & c. & c. will have convincing crime, unparralleled among nations.— All these 8, ooo men, whom we interrogated, have served England, the least three years, many twelve years. " In one of these clandestine disembarkations Co men were drowned.— We will print the interroga- tories and proofs of this crime, with the result of the inquiries made in th different counties, from Hungary to Russia." IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, January 20. The Lord Chancellor acquainted ' he House that be bad, through Lord Viscoant Wellington, le- ceived a letter from the Spanish General Doll Joachim Blake, expressing his Excellency's high sense of the honor conferred upon him, by the thanks voted to him by that House in the last Ses- sions of Parliament, Lord Grenville, in the absence of his Noble Friend ( Laid Fitzwilliam) postponed by ( Lord F's) intended motion, on the Stale of Ireland, from Friday the 21th, to Friday the 31st of January, on account of the affliction which had visited a family, with which his Noble Friend was nearly connected ( the death of the Hon. William Caven- dish). The Lord Chancellor called the attention of the House to the numerous Appeals, respecting which there were before their Lordships neither Petitions for farther delay, nor printed statements of the cases, as ordered by the Standing Orders His Lordship thought the subject well worthy the At- tention of a Committee, and to- morrow he would suggest a day on which such a Committee might conveniently meet. Adjourned. TUESDAY. JAN. 21. Sir Thomas Plumer was heard for the appellant, at considerable length. The farther consideration of the case was postponed to Thursday next, and the House adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS. SATURDAY, JAN. 18. Mr. Lushington brought up the Report of the Committee of Supply. The Resolutions respect ing the Vote of Seamen, & c. were read and agreed to Mr. Wharton brought in a Bill to revive so much of the 49th of the King as prohibited, for a time to be limited, the distillation of Spirits from Com and Grain— Read a first time, and ordered to he read a second time ON Monday. Mr. Wharton presented Account-, shewing the Amount of the 5 per Cent. Annuities— Ordered to lie on the table. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. STRAW HAT MANUFACTORY. Mr. Giles presented a Petition limn a number of the Manufacturers of Straw Hats, in Herefordshire, & c. praying the interference of Parliament with respect to the exercise of this trade by the French Prisoners in ibis country, bv whose labours, the Petition affirmed, one- halt of the London market was at present supplied. Ordered to lie on the table. THE KING's HOUSHOLD. The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved, " Thai it be an instruction to the persons nominat- ed to prepare and bring in the Bill for arranging His Majesty's Houshold, to amend the Act 4- llh of the King, in certain respects interfering there- with," which Act being entered as read, the mo- tion was agreed to. The Right Hon. Gentleman also moved a farther instruction TO the same persons to introduce a clause in the Bill, to the effect, that all the new Officers whom the Prince Regent might think necessary to appoint in the room of those attached to his Ma- jesty, should have the same salaries as others of their rank— Agreed to. The Chancellor of the Exchequer then brought in the Bill for making provision for the heller sup- port and arrangement of His Majesty's Houshold, which was read a first time. It merely embodied the measure detailed by the Minister 011 Thursday last, and already so fully before the public. On the question being put for the second read- ing, a debate ensued, in which Mr. Tierney, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Secretary Ryder, and Mr. Whitbread, took part, the question was then put and carried without a division. The House having resumed, the Report was brought up and agreed, to. ON solved itself into into a Committee of Ways and Means, Mr. Lushington in the chair. The Land, Malt, Pension, Property, and the other usual an- nual taxes, were voted. The House then resumed and the report was brought tip and agreed to. The Distillery Bill was read a second lime, an.' committed for to- morrow. Adjourned. TUESDAY, JAN. 21. PRIVY PURSE. Mr. Secretary Ryder brought up the Report of the Committee, to whom the consideration of the payments from the Privy Purse had been referred. — Ordered to lie ON the table. STATE OF IRELAND. Mr. Ponsonby, in consequence of a domestic calamity ( the death of the Hon. Win. Cavendish) postponed the motion, of which, 011 behalf of n Noble Friend of his ( the Hon. G. Cavendish) he had given notice, for Monday next, until Monday fortnight. DROITS OF ADMIRALTY. Mr. Brougham rose to call the attention of the House to the subject of those revenues and funds which were vested in the Crown, and were by it applied, without the grant or interference of Par- liament. The importance of the subject, more particularly to that House, which owed the whole of its privileges, its capability of protecting the rights of the subject, to the great fundamental power of granting or withholding supplies, need only be slated, to be agreed to by every one— and the present moment was the most proper time to consider it, when a new arrangement for the Civil List was in progress through the House. The Hon. Member here entered at great length into argu-. ments the most able and impressive, and conclud- ed by moving several long Resolutions, agreeing with the tenor of his speech— " That all other funds in possession of the Crown otherways than by grant from Parliament, applic- able in the manner pointed out by them, and to be accounted for 10 them, was contrary to the Con- stituting, and full of danger to the rights and li- berties of the people: That it was the duty of Parliament to investigate these accounts of the Droits of Admiralty, and to appropriate them to the public Service," 8? c. & c. Mr. Brand seconded the motion. After a long debate Mr. Tierney moved the fol- lowing amendment :— " That Parliament should take into their consi- deration the great accumulation of the Droits of the Admiralty; and that an Address should be pre- sented to his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, humbly requesting that the amount received from the year 1810, should be laid before the House,- and that it should be regularly reported to Parlia- ment, ten days after it. silling, in every Session, the amount received, and how applied.' The House divided, when there appeared for the Resolutions— Ayes - - 88 Noes - - 78 Majority— 85 The House again divided on the Amendment— Ayes - - 8( 3 Noes - - 9- 1 Majority— 58 The House adjourned at Two o'clock. SPECIAL COMMISSION. This being the day appointed for opening the Commission for the trial of the seamen taken in the service of the enemy, at the capture of the Isle of France; The Chief Baron, who was placed at the head of the Commission, accompanied by Mr. Justice Blanc and Mr. Justice Chambre, took their seals on the Bench about eleven o'clock, and the Grand Jury having been called over and sworn, retired, and in about three hours returned with true bills against the following persons:— Samuel Mac Farlane Charles Bud James Frbbs John Quigley Cornelius Parker Phillip Lathey Josiah Tester Noah Francis Wm. Cundel John Smith, and George Amstrong John Twendale. The Chief Baton then addressed the Prisoners : —" Prisoners— Bills of Indictment lor High Trea- son have been found against each of you, by the Grand Jury, copies of which, together with Lists of the Jury and Witnesses will be delivered to you ; on Monday, the 3d of February, yon will be call- ed on to plead ; if you are prepared, you may now have Counsel appointed for you ; or you may have then by applying to a Judge at chambers, any time in the interval." The Prisoners then retired, and the Court ad- journed to Monday, the 3d of February. TRAITOROUS CORRESPONDENCE. It was a Gentleman belonging to the Transport Office, who discovered the traitorous correspon- dence of General Simon and Surgeon Boysen, who were prisoners on their parole at Oldham, with the French Government, to land a considerable number of troops on the coast of Cornwall ; and General Simon undertook lo arrange with the pri- soners here, to join them. The Gentleman belong- ing to the Transport Office, who in . de the dis- covery, has used great exertions, and has been par- ticularly active, in conjunction with Lavender, Vickery, and Adkins, in tracing and apprehend- ing the General and bis companion. On Wednesday ceived, that two foreighers. answering their de- scription, had been seen at Richmond. The offi- cers went there in consequence, and on inquiry, they found two foreign gentlemen bad been tra- velling there in a post- chaise ; but the officers were satisfied they were not the men they wanted, and proceeded across the country to Hounslow, sup- posing they would cross the country there from Oldham to the coast of Kent, where they had such intelligence of Frenchmen, who answered the de- sctiption in every respect, who travelled in a post- chalse to London They traced them to be set down at the corner of Dover- street, Piccadilly, where all trace of them was lost. It then occurred to the official gentleman and the officers that they went 10 a French Doctor's in Dover- street, who had been suspected of corresponding with General Simon. It was ascertained that they called there, but remained only a short time. The Officers, af- ter some inquiries, proceeded to the residence of Madam Gion, the late proprietor of the Diligence, which run to Paris, in Great Pultney- street, where they found three Frenchmen, and they con- cluded one of them was General Simon ; however, on inquiry, they ascertained that neither of them were, but discovered that they were all officers who had broke their parole, and in consequence took them into custody, and lodged them in" Tot- hill- fields, Bridewell. ' After some inquiries, the officers went to a house in Pratt- street, Camden Town, gave a single knock at the door, and was answered by a frmale servant in the area— The officer who knocked at the door told her he wanted to. speak to the Gentlemen who lodged there ; she denied any being there, and re- fused to open the door. From the manner of her answers, 110 doubt was entertained but the General was there. The officers having surrounded the house, they got upon the wall of the garden, at the back, and by the light of some candles saw some men in the back parlour ; they disappeared, and the candles were put out. Lavender went a short time after, knocked at the door, and the girl answered him from the area; he told her be had got a letter for the lady of the house, which he must deliver to her The girl refused ; Lavender then threatened to shoot her if she did not, but she was not to be intimidated, dared him to it, and put him at defiance ; in the mean time the other officers gained admittance at the back part, over a wall, and found the General and his com- panion ( Surgeon Boysen) in a dark kitchen. On Saturday the mistress of the house, who is a French woman, and the servant girl, underwent an examination before Mr. Nores. In consequence of the above discovery, a number of Frenchmen who corresponded with General Simon, have been lodged in Tothill- fields Bridewell, and were on Sa- turday removed from there to a prison- ship at Chatham. DIED. Thursday last, at Lynn, Mr. Lym, Taylor. His death was occasioned by some person, for JOKE, put- ting some gunpowder in the tobacco be was smoking ; the pipe in consequence exploded, and the fragments entering the roof of bis mouth, caused instant death! — He has left thirteen children to lament bis loss. MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE. MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1811. The arrivals of Wheat of our own growth were this morning pretty considerable ; and which, with the Foreign on band constituted a supply more than equal to the demand ; in the sales there was much heaviness, and a decline in the price ; viz, 2s. on fine, and 8s. and 4s. on ordinary samples per quarter— We had a middling supply of Bailey, which having progressively fallen, cannot now be quoted higher than 48s. per quarter— Malt like- wise slacken in price, as per figures annexed.-- New Tick Beans something lower. While Pease and Old Beans nearly as last. Oats also ( with some quantity on hand)' were subject to very little al- teration. In the article of Foreign Wheat it should be observed, that for a little very fine Old higher prices were asked.— Fine Flour, of various quail- lies, all from 8 J » . lo 93s. per sack ; 85s the highest price. CURRENT PRICE. OF GRAIN: , , Wheat 50s. : 0s. 88s. Beans 44s. 5{ s. Fine ditto <| Os. l| is. Tick ditto 4Us. 47s. live ( new) - Pis. Ms. Oats 26s. 3'> s - 82s. Bailey 30s. 56s Poland ditto 38s. 37s. Malt 70s. 80s. j Potatoe ditto — s. 4IJ. White Pease } Rape Seed 6o|. Col. ( boilers) $ 7t> s' Fine Flour 00s. f) 5s Grey Pease 48s. 58s. I Seconds 85s. 90s PRICE OF SEEDS. R. Clover( u.) 70s Od. to 120s. od, per cwt. Old ditto O'ls. Od, to 10f> 6. Od. ditto White ditto loos. od. to 140s. od. ditto Trefoil 20s. Od. to 80s. Od. ditto Rye Grass 30s. od to- 50s. Oil. per quartet Turnip 18s. Od. to 24s- Od. per bushel Red & Green 2"> s. od. to 3os. Od. dillo W. Must. S. 7s.. Od. to 10s. I'd. per bushel Blown ditto 12s Od. to 22s od. diito Carraway Seeds - - 65s 70s. riitio Coriander Seeds - - 35s 40s. ditto Cinque Foin - 50s. 6' is. per quartei Canary -. - 7s. fix. G. I per bu- lv Oil Cake, at the Mill, „£ l7 17s. per thousand. PRICE OF BREAD. His Lordship ordered the price of Bread to he reduced to I7d. the quartern loaf, wheaten. CALCULATION S. d. Sack of Flour - - 9' J 1 Baker's allowance and Salt, 14 I 11: 1 n Eighty Quartern Loaves at 17jd. 118 4 PRICE OF HOPS. NEW BAGS. NEW POCKETS. £. s. s. £ s. j:, s. Kent 4 o to 6 0 Kent ,5 o to 7 Sussex 3 15 to 5 12 Sussex 4 15 to 6 i » Essex 4 0 to 6 0 IVnliam 10 0 to 11 o <> <> 0 0 0 to 0 a Bigs i" 0 0 <> Pock*: } <• 0 to O 0 Old Hop Duty, laid at £ SMITH FIELD- MARKET, JAN. 20. This day's Market had a pretty good supply of prime Beasts ; and the shew of Cattle, in oilier re- aspects, was considerable. Pork and Veal are dear- er ; Beef and Mutton support last prices ; and the trade in the Hay- market were tained last price. Hay and Straw have got up in price. We annex a correct statement of the prices and numbers. To sink the offal, per stone of gib, s d. s. d. | I lead . if Cattle, this d iy Beef 4 i; to 0 4 I Beasts - - 1910 Mutton 5 0 to 0 4 I Sheep & Lambs 10,420 Lamb o 0 to o o j Calves - • Veal 6 o to 8 o Pigs * - 130 Pork 5 0 lo 0 4 I NEWGATE AND LEADEN HALL MARKETS, ( By the Carcass) s. d. s. d. . d. s. d. Beef 3 8 to 5 0 I Pork 5 O to 0 O Mutton 3 '* to 5 (> I Veal 5 0 to S p PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. ST. JAMES'S. £ s. d. £ s* d. Average. Hay 3 13 0 to 0 O 0— 4 10 0 Straw - 1 19 0 to 2 17 0— 2 8 0 WHITE CHAPEL. Hay 4 | o 0 to 5 18 0— 5 4,0 <' lover 6 0 0 to 7 7 o- G 10 6 Straw 2 0 0 to 2 14 0— 2 10 0 SMITH FIELD. Clover COO to 6 0 0- 6 3 0 2d Crop OOO to 0 0 0— 0 O O Old I lav 4 10 O to 5 5 0— 4 17 0 Inferior 3 0 0 to 4 2 0— 3 10 0 Straw 2 8 0 to 2 14 0— 2 11 0 PRICE OF TALLOW. s. < 1 s. d. St. James's Market 4 II Town Tallow 83 G Clare Market 4,11 Yellow Russia 79 o Whitechapel ditto 4 9 White ditto 77 o Soap ditto 75 11 14 7 Melting Stuff Gl 0 Average juice 4 10J Ditto rough 43 ti Graves ' 20 0 Yellow Soap, 92?.— Mottled, 102s. Curd, U> 6s Candles, per doz. I3s. 6d — M.- ilds, 14s. od. LEATHER, PER POUND. d. d. Butts, 5nlb. a 5f) lb. • 20 a 23 Ditto, 501b a 601b. - 25 a 26 Merchants' Backs - 19 a 21 Dressing Hides - 17 a i) i - Fine Coach Hides - 18 a lf> Crop Hides for Cutting 16 a 18 Ordinary - • •— a — Tanned Horse - 17 a 2t Calfskins, Solb. to 40', b. 28 . a 34 ,5 lb. to7olb. 30 a 43 • , 70lb. to SOU). 30 a 40 Seals, small, ( Greenland) pr lb. 2s. Sd. 2s. JO , large, per doz. 110s. lOos. od RAW HIDES Best Heifers a id Steers, ( per St.\ 3s. Od. to Ss. 8d. Middlings 3s Oil. to 3s. 4d. Ordinary 2s. 4d. to 2s. fid. Market Cal ( each) i5S. English Horse 13s. od to 15s. od. Sheep Skin * — 36d. to54d" ADVERTISEMENTS WITH also be received, AND carefully forwarded to the Printers, by Mr. HUMPHERY, Mr. SEAGRAVE, and Mr. SHIPHAM, Chichester; Mr. ROE, Midhurst; Mr, GOLDRING, Petworth ; Mr. WHITE, Arundel, Mr. CHAMPION, HORSHAM ; PALMER, East- Grinsted, Mr MEYRON Rye Mr. BARRY, Hastings; and by the Newsmen. To THE PRINTERS OF THE SUSSEX ADVERTISER. SIRS, Quis circum pagoes et circum compita pugnax Magna coronari contemnat Olympia, cuispes Cui sit conditto dulcis, sine niilvere palmae ? HOR. L. I. EP i. v. 4g. BY an article of the of December I8tl, your Correspondent W B. of Northiam, has given us more defined statement, and a closer view, of what be meant to enforce in his former letter. Whether this concession be vet sufficiently satisfactory. or not, or his first assertions be sufficiently ameliorated or not, I leave to the derision of his antagonist, ( in consequence of whose letter I - presume, these amended sentiments" were brought forth) and with the merits of tjic ar- gument's, the statements or the assertions of these litera- ry champions. I forbear at this moment to touch upon. Permit me however. briefly to observe, thai some of his, ( w. Bs,) assertions were strong, strange, and unlimit- ed ; and it is worth while to observe, that they were and remain. wholly ' unsupported by any thing like argument or demonstration, which from their novelty they certain- ly required— any thing that could lend In uphold the semblance of the ideas they were meant to inculcate. He has told us ( boldly to he sure) " that at this moment the Dissenters of every class are trying the temper of a too tolerant Government, and striking at the established church, which they well know is inseparably connected with the existence of the Stale." How dreadful the inference of this assertion, that through the power of Gospel- preaching, we are la have the established church shaken, and our venerable constitution overthrown! yes, that the ruins of this most perfect model of legis- lative wisdom, are at length to be the foundation, upon which our dissenters are to build a new order of things, is strange, is wonderful; but ii is necessary to refute the assertion, before we can do away the fearful inference Willi which it is preguant Every simple and sincere man of common sense must perceive the ridiculousness of this warning, when he considers, that there is no in- stance brought forth by W. B. in which any dissenter of any clamor description now in the kingdom, lias been known publicly or privately, to propoxate any doctrine, sentlment or id oft, detrimental in any pari to the established church, its articles, the decision of its councils, or, otherwise. Sirs, it would, I trust, have been useless to bare sought for such an instance, amidst the purity, the order, and I hope I may add,. tlie sancti- ty of the greatest portion of them. Thus, far from finding any thing dangerous to the State he would on the contrary have learnt, that the doctrine they preach, the sentiments and ideas they inculcate, tend, and have tended, to infuse industrious habits into the labouring: classes of their respective communities, making every one of them better servants, better Sons, better husbands, and better fathers— and it is incontrovertible, that these habits thus brought upon them, by the influence of the blessed Spirit, is more calculated to make them " provide things honest in the sight of all men" than all the means which she power. the wisdom* or the tem- poral influence of Parliament has been able to devise I care not whether the dissenting preacher be a scarcely able to read or not;""* all instruments arc equally power- ful in the baud of God. The Holy Spirit makes every thing serve as a means or instrument to the accomplish- ment of his designs. Every thing accomplishes his end, either freely, or by necessity, and it is not the learning nor the personal talents of a minister of God. that makes our obedience a divine virtue ^ but the inward submis- sion of the mind to the order of God. Surely then, such an end by such means, has nothing in it dangerous to the state : on the other hand, it must be evident, as a natural consequence of all this, that they will be coane more loyal subjects to the King and Government, which protect them in the free exercise of their prin- ciples, good citizens, in the discharge of every civil duty. striving with heart and baud, for the temporal welfare of this earthly kingdom of ours, which guards them ( as far a human power is concerned) in their own way heavenly one, not made with bauds, nor up- held, u'. r protected by fleets or armies; hit* that heavenly Jernaalem. which through, Christ is the hope of us all. — Is them, the established church thus surrounded with dangers? oh ! may she ever be so surrounded, so guard- ed ; MAY this wall of fire, like lire band of Moses, in the wilderness, pass though us, " between the living and the dead may such people bring in the stray sheep of every fold, and cause an increased watchfulness on the part of the ministers of the established church, which can alone stop the generation of every descrip- tion of sectaries, and enable them, through the strength of God, " when is with us always unto the end," to re- vive a reuly spiritual religion; a religion. holy and un- defined; an inward religion. converting the soul, and and ' filling It with the fruits of the spirit. Liberty of conscience is, I believe, dear to all modest, learned, and candid divines and though the writer of ibis, has sever had the happiness of hearing or seeing the Rev.— Durham, in the discharge of his. clerical du- tics, yet. be believes, from the concurring testimony of many respectable characters, that he is not unworthy of the admiration his dilizence hath evened. 1' biln- * o,. l( le reason, pastoral zeal, and A SPIRIT of TOLE- RATION, are rent at all at variance; and whenever, and wherever, ministers, endured. with these peaceful despositions, shall the found . it becomes us to preserve an d support them in their state: at behvesus to let tin m enjoy the peace they so strongly enjoin and en fore by their EXAMPLE; and to take care, that acther their repose, nor ours. be dislarned by odious dispute-.— Ones- more, and I have done. Look at the ALMS pro- duced by the efforts of disscuting ministers, to establish a MISSIONARY SEMINARY, and their own liberal subscriptions and contributions, in order thai 700 mil- lious souls, on the continents of Africa, of Asia, and America, may be glass and rejoice in the tidings of sal vation ; that under God. they may be the means of proclaining mierey throughout the regions of heathen darkness, and superstition, that they may cause the woods and wilds of America, and the deserts of the pour African negro, to become the abodes of Social order, and resound with the name of the Lord Jesus-.— Rehol this good deed, and then say are such people dangerous to the Stale ? No, let them proceed to in struct the iguorant, and to convince the incredulous. to fix the wanderer, and tore unite all in the belief of the same tinlb « . the practice of the same worship. and submission to the mercy of the same and only Saviour I conclude, by recommending TO the attentive peru- sal of serious christians, " A practical View of the pre. vailing serigious system of professed Christians, in the higher and middle classes in this country, contrasted with real christiannty" by W. Wilberforce. Esq. M. P. for the county of York.— and to W. B. the following lines from an author, with whose labours he CANNOT HE too conversant. Si quid tamco olun Scripseits, iu Merii descendat judiels aures, Et patris. et nostras; NONUMQUE prematur in annum, Membranis intus positis. DELERE LICEBIT Qaod NON edideris ; nescit vox missa reverti." HOR. A. P. I am, Gentlemen, Your's, respectfully, B. M. N. January, TSI2. * Vide W. B' « last Letter.- Cor. I Ep. I eli. v. C". to III? end. mid 3 eh. v. r, to 17. TO THE PRINTERS OF THE SUSSEX ADVERTISER. GENTLEMEN, CONTROVERSY, however gratifying it may be to some minds, is not by any means plea- sant to me. Hut when we have reason tn suspect tint ERROR stalks along in the garb of ZEAL, ( whether it be zeal for Religion or Politics)— that reason bows to misrepresentation— that those who are actuated by no other motive than a desire to worship THAT BEING WHO ALONE is WORTHY, are accused of seditious intention — it is enough to move the feeblest pen, and to rouse into action those who on occasions less urgent would be far from obtruding their productions on ( lie notice of the public.
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