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Belfast Commercial Chronicle

11/07/1812

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Date of Article: 11/07/1812
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SATURDAY- JULY 11, 1812 NEwrY. OATMEAL, KELP, and ANDREW AIKEN is now Landing, has on Sale, 60 Tons if Oatmeal. of excellent Quality, 30 Ditto Galway Kelp, 250 Barrels New- Tori and Boston Pot Ashes, First Brand, £ 0 Hhds. Virginia Tcbaeca, wetlflaMoured, qnd very wrappery, 18,000 Barrel Staves, A Quantity of American Oak and Pine Timber, Pine Plank, fcfc. NEU'RY, July 2,1S12. ( 550 REAL SPANISH RED WINE. DENNIS CAULFIELD hourly expesfts the arrival of the Kewry, Capt. l. I'SK, direiSt from AUCANT, with £ 00 Pipes, 50 Hogs hen ( Is, and 100 Quarter- Casks, Which he counts on to be Old Rich High- flavoured WINE, and on arrival, he will sell same by Auftion, without re- serv. of which due Notice wdl be given, with long credits. NEWRY, June 16, 1812. FOR NEW. YORK, THE AMERICAN SHI? DESDEMONA, CAPTAIN SHEPHERD, A Substantial, fine Ship, of about 400 Tons Burthen, now at Lti Rfi, and shortly eipefled at WARRRN- roiNr.— For Fre ght or Passage, apply to ANDREW AIKEN. NEWRY, 12th June, 1812. " ( 400 LANDS TO BE LET. TO- BE TFT, Several SNUG FARMS, in the Tow* land of Carrickeene, adjoining Carnlough, near Newryjj j on such Teases as may be agreed on. Immediate Possession , mav be had, and encouragement will be given to industrious Tenants « f good chara. 5ter. Application to be made to Patrick O'Hanlon, Esq- JNewry ; rl ( 124 PORTADOWN MARKET, THE PUBLIC are hereby informed, that the MARKET of this Town, which has been of late held on MONDAYS, will, from sod after the 18th dav of July, be held on SATURDAYS, agreeable to the origin 1 patent j to commence on SATURDAY the 13th day of July, when there will be a Market for the Sale of all descriptions of LAWNS, LINENS, kt. T he - ssoove change has taken place at the suggestion and by the advice of the principal Merchants, Manufacturers, and others, concerned tn the Li « en Trade; to whom the local advantages of this Town, and its peculiar fitness of situation for Markets of any bind, have been long apparent, being jn the cent's of the best ma- nufacturing district in the k ngdoin, at a convenient distance from the homes of the principal Buyers, and famous for the goodness of accommodation it ulf . rds for man and beast— On the same day will be opened at th, e Crane, a Market for the Sale of Butter, which will bc equally well worth the attention of those concerned. The MONTHLY FAIR for tbe Sale of BI. ACK CAT- TLE, HORSES, & c. will, from and a'ter tbe above day, he held on the Third SATURDAY, in eich Month, in- stead of MONDAY, as hitherto. 530} PGR TAD OWN, July 1, 1812. A LARGE YARD & STORES TO BF. LET. THAT part of the OLO FLESH- MARKET, in Arthur- street, at present occupied liyTiMoruv SPCLLAKS, as a CARMAN'S INN. Tt would, answer well for the PRO- VISION Business, or that in which it is at present occupied. There is a large Cistern and Tump in the Ylrd. A long I. ease will be given. Apply to Mr. JOHN SERVICE, Cfrn- Market, or CUMING & TANNY, Si', HIGH- ST&?.£ T. Belfast, July 8, 1 SI5. ( 55S A CAPITAL CONCERN TO BE LET, Pip HE PREMISES, formerly in the possession of the I late Mr. MONEAR and his under- tenants, for a term of 50 vears, with clause of renewal.—— These Premises are situated en the north- side of High- street, two doors front tHe comer of Bridge- street, and are well known to be the first stand in town' for respeiStable business Th- y extend from front t » rear upwards of ONE HUNDRED and THIRTY- SEVEN FEET. One of the Front Houses is let at =£ 60 per year, the Lease of whieh will expire 1st November 1813— A Shvp let tn a tenant at will, at ^ 20- per year— The other front House with all the rear Ground, a large Yard and two Back Houses, are at present unoccupied, and would answer well for the Hat- making, or many other branches requiring room. Any person wishine to view the Premises, will apply at No. 55, Waring- street, where Proposals for the whole, jither jointly or separately, will please be made. Belfast, May 12. ( 529 FURNITURE AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY the 15th instant, at St. E PEN a, Clod, at tbe Centre House, folt of thr Old Flesb- maritt, opposite Corn- nsqrhet, AHOG ANY, Northumberland, and oilier Tables; Chairs; Fuur- post and Field Bedsteads; Feather Beds and Seeding; House Linen; Mahogany Talboy Drawers; Wardrobe; Basin Stands; Comm ide ; Pier and Dressing Glasses; - an Eight- day Clock ; Brass F rider and Stair Rods; Carpets and Carpeting; Kitchen Requisites; tsvo large Iron Beams, Stock Casks, Lumber, & « . &.<.,; also, a wel|- t « n « l PIANO FORTE. Terms— Cash, before removal. CUMING & TANNY. ^ UCtI3!> ECK » , 84, HIGH- STREET. Belfast, July 8. ( 579 I- '*• I ' TO BE LET, Front the first of Augwt, HpHE HOUSE, No. 14. Mill- Street, Belfast, at present occupied by Mrs. WILSON ; it is in complete repair, and hag every necessary aec- imrr. odatiou for a Gentleman's fam'ly; in the rear there- i « a we'a mc'osed Yard, Stable, Cow- house, he.— » al » o, a House for a Gig, Car, nr Carriage, with a hack ea- rcnte tor Fcrgusou's- etitry.— Proposals will be received by ROBERT FERGUSON, June 20.' ( 442) Antrim Regiment, Dublin. 1' ION, at tbe Inn, in Banbridge, on MONDAY the 13th of July next, at ONE BLEACH- GREEN & FARM, C t the River Bnnn, County Down, held in Fee Farm In the Matter of T " HO BE SOLD BY AUC- jtNTHONT C. ARVET, ( I a Bankrupt. 4 o'Clock, pursuant to the Order of the LOUD CHANCELLOR in this matter, All the said Bankrupt's ESTATE in tbe C WEI. LING- HOUSE, FARM, BLEACH GREEN, and I' MILLS, at Lenederg, near Bunbridge, ill the County of I5own. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. M'COMB and O'NFILL, the Assignees, Drrmore; or, to GEORGE V. iUGHAN, Agent to the Commission. Dromore, June 22, 1819. All Persons indebted to the F.- tate, are requested to pay their Accounts forthwith to the Assignees, otherwise they will be sued for the same. ( 48tj TO BE LET, And Possession given the first day of October next, ' J " HAT ncwly- ercSed MII. L and KILN, in the Torrfti- L land of Drumgooland and Parish of Loughinisland, and County of Down, by the late MATHEW FORUE, Esq.— The Mill is well- supplied with Water, and a second pair of Srones for grinding Flour, with Dressing Machinery, & c. & c. There are Ten Townlands will be bound to said Mill, and about Ten Acres of good Land. For further particulars, apply to Mr. ROBERT BUOWN, Agent, who will receive Proposals until 1st September next. 536) SEAPORD, June 39, 181$. TO BE SOLD, On the Premises, on SATURDAY the 12d day of August next, if not previously disposed of ( of which due notice will be given,) THAT EXTENSIVE and COMMODIOUS INN, for- merly occupied by the late MR WILLIAM M'CAL- lrr, Newtownards, together with 9A. 1R. 4P. of MEA. DOW GROUND, in the highest condit on, held under Miss DARLET, ail subjfcg to th$ small yearly Rent of Sixty three Pounds Sterling; 26 yi ars of the Lease unexpired, and one young Life in being, fiom November last— it is useless to comment on the situation or convenience of this Concern, it being well known to be most eligibly situated for an Inn, and lately the House and Offices have undergone a thorough repair, makes it complete for any person wishing to purchase. Also, a BUILDING TENEMENT in High- street, newly walled- in, held undtr the Earl of LONDONDSRRT, hy Lease of Sixty- one years and Three Lives, renewable, subjeit to * small yearly Rent. Also, a HOUSE and TENEMENT and BUILDING- GROUND, known by the name of DOOOAN GARDEN, sub- eft to a small yearly Rent, held under the Earl of Low-, • oNDtRRY, for 3 young Lives and SI years, renewablej from November, 1804. . Also, all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of the Inn, consisting of Beds, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Desks, Draw, ers, Carpets, & c. Also, a Variety 0f Kitchen Furniture Farming Utensils, Horses, Cows, Chaises, Carts, Sec & c. Also, a Quantity of OATS on the Foot, and a large Quan- tity of HAY. TERMS at Sale. The above to continue from day to day until all are sold Any Person wishing to treat for any of the abeve Con- cerns, will please apply to Mr. ' IKO. PATTON. New- townards. Such Persons as stood indebted to the late Mr. WILLIAM M'CALLEY, by Bond, Note, or Book Account, are de. sired forthwith to pay the same immediately to Mr. GEO PATTON, of Newtownards, who is duly authorised to re- ceive the same; and any Person having any demands against the Estate of the said WILLIAM M'CALLEY, at the time of his derease, are requested to Furnish their Account* without delay, to the laid Mr. GEORGE PATTON, that the same may be examined and discharged. GEORGE PATT DOCTOR M' ALEX. PAT WILLIAM S NRWXOWNARBS, July 3,1812. ( 52 « TO BE LET OR SOLD, A FARM ef LAND in Ballydovey, Parish of Holvwood, r\. containing 55 Acres, S Roods, and 10 Perches, Cun- ningham Measure, held hy the Heirs of the late JAMES WOODSIDE, under HUGH KENNED?, Esq. for TWO Livee Thirty- one years from Nov. 1807, at the Yearly Rent of One Guinea- per Acre. The above Property would be divided into two Farms having suitable accommodatins for two Families. Proposals will be received hy Rev. J. C. WIGHTMAN, Ballydovey, or JAMES M'CUTCHF. ON, Craigavad, un- til 12th August.' when the Tenant or Purchaser will be de- clared. Pernns- ion has been obtained from Mr. KENNED?-, for letting or settitig tbis Farm. June 26, 1S12. N B. A man who lives upon the Farm will shew the Premises. ( 488 COUNTY OF ANTRIM. A FEE- FARM ESTATE T6 BE SOLD. The I. A ifDS of NOV ALLY and WHITEHALL, held in Fee, exonerated from Chief Rent, and most desirably situated close by tbe Town of Ballyeast'a. '' PHIS Estate contains upwards of % 50 Aeres Cunning- L hum, and is set upon old Leases for Years and Lives, tt very lew rents, producing not qnite £ 200 a- year, but will encrease very largely at the expiration of the leasfs,— Some of the lives have dropped, and the years have nearly expired. Retit- Rolls, and all other necessary information, may be had by app'ying to STEWART and MACARTINAV, Esqrs. Marlbro'- Jtreet, DuMin; Taos. L. STEWART, Esq. Bel- fast; or ALE* AN » ER M'Nxut, of Ballycast'e, who w 11 also receive proposals; and when the value is offered, the purchaser will be declared WM. SCOTT, One of the Tenants, wijl shew the Lands. June 26, 1812. ( 537 LANDS FOR SALE, IN THE COUNTY OF DOWN. qpHE ESTATE of BLEARY and BALLYNAGAR iL RICK, the Property of WM. MACNAMARA, Esq. as formerly advertised in this Paper. Application to be made to Mr. R. MACNAMARA, of Gilford, who will furnish Rentals, and give any necessary information to Persons inclinable to Purchase— Also, to GEORGE CROZIER, Esq. Donsinick- etreet, DuMin. ( « 80 YOUNG SWINDLER WILL Cover Mares this Season, at the MAR sou of FLOWNSHJRE'sStable-, HILLSBOROUGH: Bred Mares, Four Guineas, all others, Two Guineas; Half- a- Guinea to the Groom He was got by Swindler, dam hy Tugg, grand, dam Harmony, by Eclipse, great- grand- dam Miss Spindle- shanks, hy Omar, Sterling, Godolphin, Arabian, Stanuion, Arahiaa, Ptlhani Barb, Spot, Wbite- legged, Lowther Barb, Old Vintner Mare, itc.— He was a famous true Racer ; for his performances, vide Hook Calendar, of 1808,9,10, and 11 Good Grass for Mares, at lj. Id. per night, and all ex- pcncea to be paid before the Marcs are removed ( 321 FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. SATURDAY, JUI. Y 4. DOWNING- STREET, JULY L Hi trail of a Letter from General Ron to General Cooke, dated Carthagena, May 22. My letter ( No. 17) of the 16ih inst. would ad- vise you of the progress of a combined expedition to the Westward. The result has justified the sanguine hopes entertained of the success of ope- rations, carried on under the direction of an Offi- cer of the zeal and ability possessed by Captain Adftm, of the Invincible. Nothing could be better timed than the movements of General Friere, who, in consequence of the information [ sent to General O'Donnel, made an attack upon the ene- my, and drove him from Baza on the 13th, the same day on which the force under the command of Captain Adam, appeared off Almeira ; that Officer having judiciously taken time to send on shore, at some distance from the place, to ascer- tain the strength, position, and movements of the enemy, learned that they w^ re in the place to the number of 4° or 500, including cavalry, and h id not as yet made any detachments to assist in op posing General Friere; hut early on the 14' th inst. it appears that the French General had sent three Couriers to Almeria ( no doubt ignorant of this expedition), to order the gariison to join him immediately, which it proceeded to do accord, ingly, and as it marched out Captain Adam landed the 300 Spanish troops he had with him, under the command of Colonel Alveor, and took possession of the place. The consequence of this has been, that Captain Adam has bsen enabled to take or destroy a privateer and her two prizes; to blow up the Castle of " San Elmo, which is si- tuated upon an almost inaccessible rock, and all the sea defences and batteries which protected the anchorage of this place, and formed a secure re- sort for the numerous privateers which have been long an annoyance to the British and Spanish trade on this coast. Captain Adam has also em- barked all the serviceable guns, carriages, and Ordnance stores, totally destroying the remainder, and was busily employed on these services, and in forwarding the embarkation of a quantity of sulphur and lead from the King's mines, at six leagues from that place, under the direction of the Spanish Intendant, who had joined him with 100 cavalry from Nijar, when he wrote to me on the lfeth inst. in answer to the express I sent to him by a gun- boat, to acquaint him of General Friere's retreat before a superior force of the ene- my at Baza. General O'Donnel was with me here t'- ro days, when he received dispatches from General Freire and Colonel Alveor, informing him, that the inhabitants of Almeira had received the Spanish troops with the most enthusiastic patriotism ; and as by the destruction of the for- tiRcations, that port can no longer be useful to the enemy, either as a safe rendezvous for priva- teers and their prizes, or as a point d'appui to the right flank of their advanced position, from whence they have hitherto annoyed General O'Donnel's army, it is to be hoped that these loyal inhabitants will be relieved from any filture visit of their tyrannical oppressors, when the Spanish troops aie withdrawn. . Head- quarters, Camp before Hija Ruix, June 2. MOST EXCELLENT SIR— I hasten to communi- cate to your Excellency the intelligence of the se- vere a< 5tion which I fought yesterday with the grea'er part of th? troops under my command, in the plains of Bornos. This aition is, perhaps, the most serious that his been fought since the beginning of our revolution ; and an unexpected occurrence has alone deprived me of the glory of a complete victory. I am surrounded by wound- ed, none of whom, however, received their wounds with the bayonet or sword, although all arms were used. The loss of the French I believe to have been not less considerable, for they did not ven ture to throw a single party across the Guadalette to molest my retreat. I remain in my position, determined to perish with my troops rather than abandon one wounded man : I am at a great loss how to provide for the means of transporting them, as there are none in this part of the country.— God preserve your Excellency. FRANCISCO BALLASTEROS. To the Most Excellent Seiior the Governor of Gibraltar. ADMIRALTY OFFICE, JUI. Y 4, 1812. Admiral Lord Keith has transmitted to John Wil- son Croker, Esq. a letter from Captain Sir Home Popham, dated on board his Majesty's ship Venerable, off Lequitio, the 21st of last month, giving an account of an attack made upon the French troops in posses- sion of that place by the Spanish Guerillas, aided by Sir Home Popham, and the officers and men of his Majesty's ships under his orders. The enemy had possession of a hill fort command- ing the town, calculated to resist any body of iufan- try; and also two hundred men posted in a fortified convent within the town, the walls of which were im- pervious to any thing less than an 18 pounder. The convent might have been destroyed by the ships ; but as the town would have materially suffered, and as the guns of the Venerable made no visible impression on the fort, it was determined to erect a battery on a hi!" opposite to the latter, which the enemy considered as quite inaccessible to cannon, and in that confidcnce rested his security. A gun was accordingly landed in the forenoon of the 2(> h ( chiefly by the exertions of Lieut. Groves, of the Venerable), notwithstanding the sea was break ing with such violence against the rocks at the foot of the hill, that it was doubtful whether a boat could get near enough for that purpose. It was then hove up a short distance by a moveable capstan ; but this was found so tedious, thai men and bullocks were sent tor, to draw it; and it was at length dragged to the sum mit of the hill, by 36 pair of bullocks, 400 Guerillas, and 100 seamen, headed by the Honourable Captain Bofcverie. It was immediately mounted, and fired its tirst shot at four in the afternoon. The gun was so admirably served, that at sun- set a practicable breach was made in the wall of the fort, and the Guerillas volunteered to storm it. The first party was repul- sed, but the secon i gained possession without any I considerable loss : several df the enemy escaped On I the opposite side, and got into tire convent. In the course of the evening the sea abated a little, and a landing upon the Island of St. Nicholas was effected, though with some difficulty, by Lieut. O'Reilly, of the Surveilla ire ; marines were also land- j ers, six iid from that ship, the Medusa, and Rhin, with a car- ronade from eadi ship ; and Captain Malcolm took : he command of the island during the night, whilst Capt. Sir G. Collier was in the Venerable's battery n the hill. At dawn of the 21st, a 21 pounder was brought to the east side of the town, within 200 yards of the convent, and another was in the act of being landed ipon St. Nicholas to bombard it, when the French commandant, Gillort, Chief de Battalion, beat a par- ley, and surrendered with the remainder- ofhis party, consisting of 290 men of the 119th regiment. The enemy's loss had not been ascertained, but it was sup- , osed to have been considerable, as tile Guerillas who vere better posted, and fired with much celerity, had 56 men killed or wounded. Not a man was hurt in -. is Majesty's squadron, either by the surf or the ene- my. There were* two IS pounders mounted on the tort, and three small guns in the barracks; the latter, with the muskets, were given to the Gueriilas, who were also supplied with every description of military stores, of which they stood in need. The guns in i lie fort wttre tvndei ed useless, the fort destroyed, and the convent blown up. Sir H. Popham commends in high terms the con- duct of all the officers and men employed on this oc- casion ; and expressed his sense of the assistance rendered by Sir Howard Douglass and Gen. Carrol, who had embarked in the Venerable, and volunteered their services wherever they could be employed. Vice- Admiral Sir E. Pellew has transmitted to J. W. Croker, Esq. two letters, addressed to him by Captains Campbell and Thomas, of his Majesty's ships Leviathan and Undaunted ; the former giving an account of an attack nutde on tbe 29th of April last, by the boats of the Leviathan, under the direc- tions of Lieut. Dobbs, on a French privateer and se- veral merchant vessels at Agay ; four of the latter were brought out, and the privateer, a brig of 14 guns and 80 men, was taken possession of; but having been hauled on shore, she could not be got off, and^ beirig set on fite, it was afterwards extinguished by the enemy : the vessel was carried without any loss on our part, but during the endeavours made to bring her off, two men were killed and four wounded by the enemy's fire from the shore. The latter reporting an attack made on the same ay on a French convoy near the mouth of the Rhone, by the boats of the Undaunted, Volontaire, and Blos- som, under tbe directions of Lieutenant Eager, of the first ship : of 26 vessels composing the convoy, seven were brought out, twelve burnt, and two left stranded on the beach ; a national schooner of four 12 pounders and 74 men, was amongst the vessels burnt. This service was performed without any loss; the boats being ably protected by Capt. Stewart in the Blossom sloop. wall 30 feet high. Ac ' he land side the rock is excavated nearly 30 feet deep, and 60 wide, with a narrow drawbridge, which is die only entrance into tile castle. I intend to fill up as much of tha ditch as passible, by springing mines under each • j bastion, I found in the ca. tle two brass 24 pound- - ers, six iron 18 poitn. lers, a 6- pou: idar and how- itzer, vrhich were spiked by the enemy. He his left a numb r of deserters, principally Germans and Fl- ming's, who inform me that they were the whole of the foreigners in this battalion of the S2J regiment; also that they have long looked for an opportunity to desert, as they were drag- ged from their families, and forced into the French service ; one of them has been eight years trom his country. The enemy's loss was very se- J vere, but cannot be ascertained, as the wounded ' were carried off in waggons. I am happy to in- form you that we have had no loss, except the Termagant one raan wounded, and tha B isili k one slightly. The privateer was one of Barbas- tro's small vessels, armed with two guns, and 30 or 40 men. I cannot conclude without informing you, that the Officers and men wounded so re- cently at Malaga, came to their quarter?. Lieut. Sp lsfeury, whose wound is still opea, and Mr, Bell, the Boatswain, who lost his arm, did net spare themselves.— I have the honour to be, & c. T. US HER. TRIAL FOR MURDER. f Transmitted by Commodore Penro^.] Hyacinth, off Alaiunec- r, May 27. SIR— I had the honour to inform you, in my letter of the 20' h inst. that the Termagant had destroyed the castle at Nersa, and that the Guer- Has came down from the mountains, and entered the town. I have now to acquaint you, that I went on shore with Captain Hamilton, and waited upon the Guerilla Leader, who informed me that the French had retreated to Almuneear, seven miles to the eastward, and that they had 300 men there; and considering himself strong enough to attack them, he prop > sed marching upon it without loss of time. A I was desirous to render the Gger- illas every assistance in mv power, I promi- ed him to anchor the ships in a position to place the enemy between our fire, which gave him great satisfac- tion, and his men great confidence. I according- ly b ire up at four o'clock the following evening ( 20; h inst.) with the Termagant and Basalisk, and anchored at point- blank range before the castle, which we silenced in less than an hour. As the Guerillas were to have arrived at seven o'clock, and there was no appearance of them at eight, Captain Hamilton volunteered to return to Nersa, in his gig, to learn if any thing had occur- red to prevent their moving forward ; and at four in the morning he returned, and informed me that a reinforcement which they expefted had not ar- rived, and that they waited for them before they could advance. At seven the enemy again open- ed his fire, having during the night mounted a howitzer in a breach made in the covered way t » the castle; but by ten they were again silenc.- d, and driven with great loss into the town, where they fortified themselves in the church and houses. Desir » us of spaiing the inhabitants, whom the French had thus cruelly exposed, I ceased firing ; and having destroyed a privateer which lay at anchor . under tiie castle, I at two o'clock weighed and ran down to Nersa, for the purpose of con- certing plans with the Guerillas. On my arrival I. had the satisfaction to meet a division of Ballasi teros's Guerillas, commanded by Col. Febrien, an Officer of the iruesi patriotism, who, partaking of all the zeal of his General, immediately put him self and troops at my disposal. The roads through the mountains being very tedious, and as no time was to be lost, I resolved to take the infantry, consisting of aboul 200, on board ; and I ordered j the cavalry to move forward through the motm tains immediately, and take a position in the rear of the enemy ; whilst the infantry, with all the j small- arm men and marines were to land on his 1 flanks. I am sorry that the delay of a calm gave i the enemy time to learn our combined movement, j as he instantly fled with great precipitation, and, joining a corps of 200 at Motril, within four miles of Almunecar, he retreated upon Granada. As soon as I arrived at my anchorage, I sent Lieut. Spilsbury and a Guerilla Officer to hoist the respective flags on the Cast e; and immediate- ly began to demolish the works, which ate ex- trers^ lv strong, as it is built on a peninsula of high rock, scarped all round the Be* fate, and a OLD BAILEY, LONDON, FRIDAY, July 2. 7 hamas Bowler was capitally indicted, for wilfully, maliciously, and feloniously firing a loaded blunderbuss at Wm. Burrowes, on the 30th of May last, at A . berton, in tiie parish of Harrow. Wm. Burrowes stated, that he is a farmer in A'- perton, and a hay- salesman in St. James's hay- marke . He usually passes from his residence every market morning, by that of the prisoner, on his wav to town: and about seven in the morning above stated, h? \ va » travelling towards London, in a chaise cart, ovei the canal bridge, near his house, and the forge of a b! icl . smith, named Jones, when he observed under t e siiade of a tree, close by the road- side, and about ilO yards from him, the legs and thighs of a man, whom hi; took to be the prisoner, and, when he cams with, in 15 yards of him, the prisoner raised a b'undeibuss, took deliberate aim at him, and immediately witness stooped down in his cart, and requested he would not fire. The prisoner exclaimed, " d— n your eyes take that," and 5red. The witness found himself wound* id in the head, neck, and. bade. He fell forward ia the cart. Witness had no previous quarrel with the prisoner; had some conversation wit'i him the Wed- nesday before. There had been some trifling dispute between them on account of the witness having lopt sonic trees which he did not know to be prisoner's pro- perty. This was about the middle of March, and no. thing had passed between them personally on the sub* ject of those trees. C> oss- exa, mined.— Ylt had, some time ago, bor. rowed of prisoner about 200/. for which prisoner call, ed on him rat lie r suddenly. He paid him the money with some expressions of resentment ; but the prison- er would' not take tlxe interest, which amounted to about 31, or 41. Henry Jones, blacksmith, said, that on the morn- ing stated, he met the prisoner near his house, with a blunderbuss in his hand, on foot, accompanied by a boy, his grandson, on horseback. He told the wit- ness the blunderbuss would, not hold the priming, and wished him to put it in order. Witness accompanied him to the forge, where prisoner laid it on a vice- board, and told him to take care of it, as it was load, ed, and on full cock ; he told witness he only want- ed to shoot a dog with it. He then went out, leav- ing the blunderbuss there, and walked up and down the road t il near seven. The prisoner returned, and took away the blunderbuss, and posted himself close to the opposite ditch, under the siiade of an dm tree, which concealed from the view of any person coming from tbe bridge. In a little time afterwards, when Mr. Bunows came over the bridge, and was within a short distance of the prisoner, he raised th- blunder- buss to his shoulder, and ( ired at Him in the manner already described ; on which Mr. Burrows fell n he cart, and his horse ran away with him. The boy dis- mounted, and the prisoner mounted and gallopped off over the bridge, calling to his grandson " n. ver mind! d— n your eyes follow me!" Jane Jones, wife of the last witness, and Mary Ana Bond, eye- witnesses of the transaction, corroborated the foregoing testimony. Win. Sliepp. ird, stable- keeper, knew the prisoner and prosecutor. In March last, prisoner said to nim, in the Hay- market, St. James's,—' Damn that Bur- rowes's eyes, I'll Burro wen him before long: he slu'nt live to the end of June, if I was to be hanged the next moment." Witness said, " Mr. Bowler, don't take away a life, because you can't give it again."— But the prisoner answered, " I'll be d - i it 1 don't be the death of him befflie the middle of Jane, if I was to be hanged the next morning." Witness ac- quainted Mr. Bun owes with what Bowler had said; and he answered, " I don't fear him, he is too fond of his own life to take a . vay mine," • John Earner, brother- in law of Mr. Burrowes, ap- prehended prisoner, who had absconded, on 6i. li June, at Ins Own house, and brought bi- i to town; that the prisoner, on the road, epn eite'i bl. n not to take him, from Ins own family ; and that if he vould suffer him to remain confined with his daughters and grand chil- dren, he would give him ten, twenty, or thirty, thou- sand pounds. Several witnesses were examined to prove that the prisoner was at times deranged ever since last July, when lie had a fit, and fell fiom bis horse? but i^ ap- I i r pesred that he was allowed to manage his own affairs. Sir Simon Le Blar. c summed up the evidence for he jury, wt. o then retired, and after deliberating some* ime, returned their verdict guilty. ' Mr. Betty ( formerly called the Young Rtw'citis,) is engaged to perform tor a fetv nights at the Sou. h- ampton Theatre, prior to his treading the boards of New Drury. The cotton weavers in the west of Scotland, vre undersiand, are to present Mr Brougham with a pie.. e of plate, for his successful effort? in favour of tiie . v„ i eai of tbe Orders ia Council BELFAST* CGMM tMCLA u CHRONIC LFV T^ NQON, Mpndtiv, July 6. Letters from Jamaica, dated May 16, state, that three French privateers have been cruizing ef St. and have captured some vessels bound to Old Spain, and carried them into the Mona Passage, where they were ransomed. The Governor of ft. . Tiero had solicited Admiral Stir- ling tcf- send a British sloop of war to cruize off St. Jago, for the protection of the trade.— The Thalia f igate sailed from Port Royal this morn- ing ( Jdar 16), for Negril Bay, to take under her convoy the homeward- bound fleet. Several ships got under weiph with her.— The Jealmis sloop of war, with the Cork fleet, arrived at Barbados April J6. An astfcie fiofn Naples by the last French papers, dated June 15, says:— Vesuvius, which had been quiet for several years; has suddenly broken out. At nine o'clock on the morning of the 12th, loud reports proceeded from the bosom of the mountain, which Were followed by an eruption of cinders arid smoke. After this the mountain temained quiet for an hour. At eleven o'clock two fresh reports were heard, when the crater vomited forth fire and smoke, which com- pletely covered the horizon. On the 13th and 14- th, the mountain was calm, but at the instant we are writing the volcano is again in action, and its crater is covered with an immense column of smoke. Captain Acres, the pedestrian, finished a won- derful pedestrian undertaking in Somersetshire, on Saturday last. He had matched himself for 3 bet of two hundred guineas, with a Baronet, to perform three hundred miles in four days, viz. at the rate of seventy- five miles a day. Ke started from the Edge- ware- road, and did ninety miles within the first twenty- four hours, eighty the se. cond day, seventy. two the third day, and fifty, eight on Saturday. His last day's perforifcance was the most trying. SHEFFIELD, JULT 4. " A MuHDETtF. lt AND WORK LWDDlTSS APPRE- JtFKDEn — At a late hour last night we received highly important and very gratifying intelligence to every friend of peace and good oider. It states that two Tow- street Officers have been in the neighbour* hood of Huddersfield for nearly three weeks past, and that they had been Twisted in, or in other words had taken the oath of the Luddites. By this means they have learned the proceedings and ways of these infatuated persons, and have obtained the knowledge of the depot where arms were concealed. Warrants were yesterday ( Fridav) issued for the apprehen- sion of fifty of the ringleaders, and in the course of the day a great number'of them were taken into custody. The actual murderer of Mr Horsfall was discovered in a house about eight miles from Hud- dersfield, and is committed ro Lancaster Castle to be tried for the said barbarous deed. ' He was seized yesterday morning about two o'clock within the coanty of Lancaster. The Queen's Bays were on duty during the whole of Thursday night and yester- day morning; and the Sco'ch Greys have arrived from Manchester to assist in this business. s " From the whole of this information we are led to believe, that the Secret Committees appointed by Parliament liav? recommended the executive Govern rtent to immediately issue authority tftr the Magis- trates in this Riding, and in the county ef Lancaster* to seize the papers, arms, See. and to apprehend the principals and abettors of those outrages which have so lonjr disturbed so great & share . of the county's peace." In considering the question, how far Catholic jRmanelpat'on rrt > y be compatible with Protestant Security, it is importan' to examine what are ac- tually the tes's upon this subject already given by the Roman Catho'ns of Ireland. For this pur, pose we refer our readers to the Oath taken at pre. sent by Irish Roman Catholic Clergy and Laitv, and particularly to that of S3 Geo. III. called the Act of 1793. The following is an extraft from the ab'ive- mer.' ioned oath, quoted bv Lord Hol- land in his speech in support of Lord Wellesley's motion on Wednesday last" And I do swear, tha- I » iB defend, to the utmost of my power, the settlement a nd arrangement of property in this eou. itry, as tstallhhed ty the laws now in being ; 1 do hereby dis. claim, rii avow and solemnly abjure- any intention to subvert the present Church Establishment, for the pur- pose of substituting a Catholic Establishment in its stead; and I do solemnly swear, that I will not exercise sny privilege to which I am or may become rn- titlcd, to disturb and ivealen the Protestant Religion and Protestant Government in this Kingdom.' " So help me God." BELFAST COURSE OR EXCHANGE, JVLT 10— Be'fast on London ( 2 lils.) 9 per cent. Belfast on Dublin ( 61 ds,) 1 pe- cent. B Ifast on Glasgow 7J per cent. / « » .•>, JVLT 9— per cent Gov. Deh. 71} 5 per tent. Ditto IOC J SSCLISII, Jvr. r 7.— 3 per rent. Consols for Aec 3Sj JJLT 6.— Dub. on Lon. 9 8| j Jiri. r 7— Loxi. onDub. 9i the satisfaction, however, tq learn, that his Ma- jesty had recovered his specch, and though, his fever was not much abated, he was declared by his Physicians to be out of immediate danger. In the course of the evening the following Bulletin was issued:— " Carlton- House, July 7. " In consequence of- his Majesty's indisposition, the Prince Regent has postponed his Royal High- ness's intended Levee for this day." Upon inquiry this afternoon, we are happy to find that his Majesty was mueh better this morn- ing. , iie> i .. It is said, that letters of the 18th ult. were re- ceived yesterday from Lisbon, which state,' that Lord Wellington was close to Salamanca •, and that part of General Slade's brigade of cavalry, consisting of about 80 men, being considerably in advance, had been cut off by the enemy.— We are rather inclined to disbelieve this statement . not from its being unfavourable, for we must ex- petf, even amidst our general and almost unvary- ing train of successes in Portugal, to receive un. favourable news sometimes ; but because we have aheadv had let'ers and papers two days later in date from Lisbon, which make no mention of such an occurrence. PEACE BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY. * » » IV « D. MAILS SINCE OUR LA8T. S By DONAGSABEI 2 BT DUBLIN DDI 0 I BELFAST, Saturday, July 1J, 1812, byexpress. At an early hour last night, the London Papers » f Tuesday the 7th, were received by express from Donaghadee, containing the follow ing important articles . of intelligence : London, Tuesday, June 7. THE KING. An express arived at Carlton House, soon af. ter four o'clock yesterday afternoon, with advice, that his Majesty had that morning, soon after his rising, been seized with a violent paroxysm, that he became speechfess, and continued so when thfe Messenger left Windsor. The Prince Regent im- mediately threw himself into his tiavclling chaise-, and drove down to Windsor, from whence he ild r. ot return till a late hour last night. We had An Anholt Mail has arrived this morning with intelligence, which, tn the present state of Europe, must be highly gratifying to every generous mind.— Gpvernment have received advices, that the Turks and Russians have finally concluded a Peace, ar. d 50,000 Turkish troops are now on their march to attack the mercenaries of France on the side of Austria ! The rear of the French army will thus be menaced in a most formidable ' manner ; and if Napoleon advances into Russia, with a combined Swedish and Russian army, acting in concert with an English flotilla on the shores of the Baltic, as has been suggested to our Government by the great Military Leaders now opposed to the French in the North, the discom- fiture and disgrace of his enormous Army may be the consequence. The same Courier who brought the above dis- patches from St. Petersburgh to Orebro, the Swedish Seat of Government, was also the bearer of a communication from his Court to the Rus- sian Minister, M. Von Suchteln, in which he is directed forthwith to settle with Mr. Th'ofnton, our Minister, all the existing differences between Great Britain and Russia, and to intreat, through thatGentlemap, the effective co- operation- of our Cabinet in the desperate effort about to be made for humbling the power of France. We have reason to believe, that a monthly subsidy to Swe- den is * he co- operation alluded to, and that the subject has been repeatedly agitated by Ministers within these few days* A Russian and a Swe- dish agent of high rank, have been in London for these ten days past on this business j and we believe we can state from authority, that Mini, stsrs are now perfectly satisfied with the sincerity of Bernadotte, in his determination to oppose the further conquests of Bonaparte. The Swedish Papers contain the Treity, offen- sive and defensive," concluded between Prussia and France in February last. They mutually agree to support each other per fas aut nefas. It contains the following article on the subjeil of Great Bri. tain:— " Art. 1. Every time that England shall make any attempt upon the rights of commerce, either by declaring in a state tn blockade the coasts of one or other of the contrafling par- ties, or any other disposition contrary to the maritime rights f9Rsecr* ud by the treaty of Utrecht, all the ports and coasts sf the « eid Powers shall be equally interdicted to the ships of neutral nations who suffer the independence of their flag to. IK viol- ited." Of Bonaparte's movements we know nothing since he arrived at Insterburg, in front of Konigs- berg, but we now learn that the Emperor Alex- ander has left Wilna: on the 19th of May his head- quarters were at the Castle of Szjwle, which is eight German miles from Mietau, 20 from Me- mel, and 15 from Riga. This is the place, if we mistake not, where his Majesty took up his resi. dence in ISO?, after the Peace of Tilsit. His Majesty was busily occupied in reviewing his troops who are in the most excellent statu of discipline. The main body is assembled at Semgallen, Win- dau, Dubiza, and Niemen. AMERICA. We have received American Papers to the 1st of June, and they contain intelligence of great im portance, so far as relates to the future relations of the United States with France. The Hornet has arrived in America with the long- expecled dispatches from Mr. Barlow, at Paris} and, as we have long ago. predicted, they are of the most unsatisfactory nature. The French Government refuses all satisfaction for the robberies committed on the Americans, and the repeal of the Berlin and Milan Decrees, as might have been expeiled, has bten c< mfine< J to the Paper upon- which it was written- That the sentiments of the American' w ill now assume a decided aspeift of amky to this country cannot longer be doubted, and we trust that Mr. President Madison and Ms, friends, the admirers of » he system of fraud and extortion which has long been practised by France, will fi nally be worsted in any- stVuggk they m* f make to retain their influence. Tliere has. be. en a mark, nay, a vii uleat hostility displayed against this eiohtrjt, in all that Gentleman's communications-- to'Congress, w hich betray the fnutirifeSfcrti which he has imbibed from an absurd admiratiomnf tFre' Great Napoleon. On former occasions, wh - n he had to ( Complain of the, impressment of an Ameri. fan sailor, or the detention of an American fid)- injjf- briat, he couoled his Message with a demand, opon Congress for warlike measures against Great Britain. : - At the present crisis, whpn he learns from his Minister at Paris, that notwithstanding- the repeal of the Berlin and Milan Decrees, the French oon- tinue to burn, sink, and destroy the property of the Citizens, whose proteftor he ought to be, he lays the communication before Congress withnit a single comment! Nay, we fear that there is even a possibility of an attempt being made at the sug- gestion of the French Ruler, to compel Great Britain to pass from the law of Blockade, and malce restitution of American property captured under the Orders in Council, before America opens her ports to British subjefls. But if such a proposal should be made, we trust it will be met, if not by any instant appeal to arms, at least bv a vi. gorous resumption of all the rights- wlfich oiu ma- tiiime superiority has given us.. " There js not an honest heart either in Ametka- ur in Eurape whkh will not pant for success; tf Gr£ at Britain, If, she is thus doomed to re- commpnc<, h?. r struggle for . the interests of mankind ! ,, .. PRIVATE LETTOR. . .... ... •. « BALTIMORE, MAT 26— We haye learnt from " Washing, ton, through a channel deserving entire confidence, that In the first fortnight of next month, it is intended by the Ad- ministration to cause all the impediment' to trade to beVith_ drawn. I make no comment at present upon the motives which have led to this determ natioo, but prcsume- ifis in consequence of the last accounts from France per the Hornet." . , n .. ... , - AMERICAN PAPERS. " V , HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES* . s- • Washington, M. iyS7, 18l'> " A Message in writing, of which the following is a copy, was received from the President, by tjie. hands of Mr. Coles, his Secretary ;— MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT.. " To the Senate and House of Repreientativei of the United States."- . - •- - " I communicate to Congress for t. h^ ir information, copies and extrafls from the Correspondence of the Secretary of State, and the Minister Plenipotentiary of the, United StateV- at Paris. These documents will place before " Qe. ngifess. the aCtua] po » ture of our relations witi^ frame. v - . . , - ( Signed) " JTAMES MADISON." ' .-, " May26, 1812." '._ » ;: " The messa ge and documents were read, and're- ferred to the Committee of foreign Relations:* r The documents'referred to in this'official notifi- cation had not reached New- Yorl?,' airtLwere not expedled there in less than three days; bat we have the following sketch of " them In dr\ a Gazette:— • ••, " jPRESIDENCIAL COMMUNICATION OP msPATCHJS, BY THE HO'RN. ET. . . ' * " Our readers will perceive by the Congressional Proceedings of yesterday, ihm th « Piestde » t has made a communication of the Dispatches teceived by the Hornet from France to that body. We have given the Message this day, and shall as soon as is praflicable, give the documents accompany- ing it. It will be noticed that the President haS not thought proper to express any opinion himself, but leaves it to Congress to form their own, upon the papers submitted. They consisted of the in- strufKotis given to Mr. Barlow, on bis going out to France. Sundry, letters Frem Mr. Barlow to the Secretary of State detailing tfte substance of conversations, & c. with the French Minister of Foreign Relations. Correspondence betw- een the French Minister and Mr. Barlow, in which It is evident the Frenchman intended only to- amuse.' him . with promises of a treaty', and never intended any thing decisive should taks. place. " Mr. Barlow's last dispatch is dated 22d. April, in which he informs the French Govern- ment that he is under the necessity of sending the Hornet, home without a treaty, although he had detained her thus, . long under the expeftaiion of concluding one, but that from some expressions in the last dispach from Mri Munroe be does not feel the same anxiety, as he is thereby instruct... ed to blend the subjefl of a Commercial Treaty and indemtiifica'ion for past wrongs. These, he says, are dulj subjefls and drag heavily, he not having it in his power to get even an oral answer to communications on that point, yet the Minister had ini Mined him that something should he done. " NEW- YORK, MAY 30. [ front tit Uat'onal Intel! igcncer tf Tuti/ tpy hit] " It is understood that the Hornet, after so long a delay, has returned without fulfilling " the wishes of Government, or furnishing any satis- factory evidences that tbe French Government sincerely intends to do that justice to the United States which alone cau place the relations of the two countries on an amicable footing. How- ever it may have observed ihe revocation of its Decrees, and thereby fulfilled its pledge, so far as its adversary could derive a pretext from th? m against the United States, its proceedings in. re- spect to our just claims and expectations on other important subjects, are altogether unsatisfactory. " As it is probable, that the public will soon be furnished with the means of forming a correct judgment on the posture of our affairs with that Belligerent; it ir the more Unnecessary to enlarge our vague remarks on the subject, or to antici-. pate the course which the National Councils may judge best adapted to it. The confiscation, at Naples, of several America;! vessels and cargoes,- are name'd, to prove that the French Decrees re- main in full force." It is to be hoped that the Grand Jury of the court- ty of Antrim will, at the approaching assizes, cause the open mill- race in the street of Cat i ickfer^ us to be ; covered in. If the inhabitants of that part of the1 town find it advantageous for getting water, they might i still have that advantage by a proper opening being ' left at a convenient and safe patt; but as it. is at pre- sent, it is extremely, dangerous, and has occasioned many serious - accidents. Some improvement ought also to be Juadt in the two, sharp turus a little faithet on in. the same street, leading into the town from the west. . , k A , " . • On Thursday, a disoosvirm to i; iot tff- as' evi- nced in this, town,.- which, had it no; btfen tim. ly- sup- pressed, - mifrbt have led to- serious- conseq- ience*. A considerable number of idle p^ oplf,.- (' hi? tyreater part of whom, however, were young boys ' or wnrnen,) collefled together in the evening, and af- fcr Committing some minor depred^ fir> r « , pro-' ceeded to attack a vessel ^ f the quay, which hsd some meal ' and flbur on hoard; The mob even_ succeeded, without opposition, in obtaining seve- ralb'gs, with which they loaded a cart, brought on purpose, and were proceeding with it to Smith- field, when several respeffable inhabitants inter- fered, and arrasted its progre » s, till a proper guard wa « ptit in charge of it. This species of depredation is of all others the mo t mischievous, for it is direflly calculated to produce scarcity ; and tbe misguided people who e ' gage in it should keep in mind, that whatever damage is committed in thi>- way, muct be made S. ood to the suffering individual by a tax on the inhabitants themselves. It is aho perhaps n^ t generally known, that this is nit a bailable offence— in fa< S it is felony, with- out benefit'of cVrgy. • Two ifhen who were active in the mob, Daniel M'CIcrnan aud Thomas Drinle'vater, were taken into custody, and yesterd ty, after undergoing an examination before tie magistrates, were com- mitted to barrack jail. ' No further symptoms whatever of rioting oc-. enrred' yesterday, the matkets were as usual *- j11 supplied with meal, potatoes, & c. and we have the Sovereign's ai' hority lor stating— TKat the, most perfeft protection will still be afforded to every one bringing meal, potatoes, or any other article of provisions to m* rker. Peter. Dumas, . Esq is elefled Mayor of the city of Cork for the ensuing year. The Courier is now putting forth to public at- tehtion the opinion of the. Doka of Cumberland'. This very Paper, a few; months back, when the Princes united in reprobating the Restri,£ tions on the Regent, called them all " Royal. Babi& i;'' but its employers were, then- opposed. ', Among the curi ' sities- of the present day, is an advertisement' which appeared iaThe London Times of Saturday; in which two. Members of Parliament are advertised for ! ' Some nameless Borough has inviteA," under the. Rose, twavcandidates for the en- suing general eledtioh—. inyeriujng ty, turn off their old servants.! . " By letters .^ roiji England, it is" understood that Ministers prop'os'e to legislate for the Roman Catho- lics, withjJOt consulting them in any respect, and that they put pose investing the Crown witlKthts. Veto, in the appointment of . the Bishops, whether the C. itho- lic Cki'gy'consent or not. The information is said' td have been transmitted by Dr., Milnef. . Upjon this and other subjects, great distentions prevail in. pie Ca- binet at present." ,• A few nights ago, between the hours of twelve and one, a party of rii. orikers set fire in two pa its to the house of Daniel Cumniins, about two. njiles " from Hp! y Cross", on the t oad toCasbel, first having fasten- ed the dooi'jytsid^. to present the- family, ( sfeveh in number), from escaping, * The^ ististmution the in- inv » teiha, l; Qf jljiy ^ ilguoiary attempt at their destruc- tion, wjy. frare ^ ttp* 1^ ftt> pe^ rinff1 • » » » eoaff- which. Was tli itche4 » ' CutamiTts was,, liowevef,. ftJrtunate enough to sucCiyd in. lifi'ing. tbe' dosr off the hinges, by which riie. W-' iie. and- Sits family escaped 5,- but'tMe entire house, furniture, and a large quantity of pota- toes, were entirely destroyed. Just as Cummins had c6me out of lus^ dopr lie perceived onerof the'villains Cross the pface Avhq. c his horse was grazing? and shot, the aninuii dead before him, at she distanee of about 100 yar'ds'from,. tiia bpuse^ - LONDONDERRY RACES. - . . ,. SATWKD'^ Y, July ' 4.— Sweepftake, ol SO p: V0 ft. and'' * S0 itdded^- seWnd hbrse saved his » t. jte.< ' Sir O. Hill's, Sancho, S- yr « . S » t?' l? lb, - 1 , Mr. IsaacYSister to. Yeooian, 4 yr<. 7HJ dist.' Same Dayi— F. nwshoweri Stakes, 20 g » . 10 ft. 60gs. added Si'cnnd lloise leftived iO. gs. pnd saved his stake— r3 § mile h'eaW. "* " .", , ' - Sir G. Hill's Benbow ... 11 — f/( r Battersby's ch, m, Mi « a Murphy ' 22 MONDAY, J^ qly 6.^ TSweep « ake'i pf JOjri. h. ft SOg;, added by the Stewards— the. second hdrst save'd his stake.— Ladies Course, .'" ^ . '. , " _ Mr. Hassards's Miss Toaly, 8st,. lib. • J 1 Mr. Battersb, y's Yeoman, 7 « . 101b. 2 : Mr. Whate^' s Viflloria, 8 « t. bring sick was . dist. • Same Day.—< 60g « : fqf 6- yxs'. aqd aged—" J mile heStfc Mr. Batter- sby's Trim wglkcd over. , Same Day.— Match between Mr. Battersby's Eliza and Mr. Chichester's b. f. by Killdevil, for lOOgs. h. ft. 20gs. ad- ded by the Stewards.— One- ro'untl'of theCourSe. Killdevil paid forfeit,' and Eliza walked over. Mafcfi between Mr. Irwirie and Mr. Isaac for 40gs. p.' p. Mr. lrrt ine riding his Carriage Horse gave Mr, Isaac 011 foot 50 Yards start in 200 gqlt^ Ww by Mr. Irwine. Match between'Mr. Irwiive and Jlr. Sinclair for' SOgs. p. p. Mr. lrwiue riding his Carriage Horse, guVe MV. Sfnclpir on foot 100 Yards Start'iu £ 00 Yards. Won by Mr. Sin- clair. . .. ... •• Among the various bets that. to& k place during the last week. Jhe. FolIowing was the miist. povel---; A number of the Amafebrvof the- Tuff, " having assembled at Mr. ftl'Auley's, confeifliOner,' no ' dnabf to take a drift bettse^ n-^ heats, ohe of . them '• said he would, wager five'pounds that, fie would eat mbre jelly ihufi anfc person pr^ nj... A wag observing a. beggarwpman at- tlif door, took h\. m up, and they both set to ; but the old woipan'got., far - ashead, ami: she - wmtld ' hive distanced him, had she been favoured with lb* u> e of a horn spoo" n.~- f L. pehy Jfarnal J' , Ba ll v woSt E* a s.- r^ rh^ sc - Races', We ifn-" derstand, will commence on the" second Monday 1 in August next.;. Jhe: different . Platis, which - are said jo. be verjr handsome, wi^_ be* mentioned in a future Paper. ; . . '.'' ' BELFAST EXl'OR^ S*"^ """ For the Week cntjing July 9. ( tdU— S6S bartcls P « rk— 21 Hhds. 2 ca^ k, Hams— SO tuns Wheat— 100 bags Flou„ r—[ 5 torts l » . rley— 1 pune cheoti Rtm. v Liikt « ~~ 11,4^ 0 yards^ Lirien... Qloth— 120 birrels Pork— 13C baifels p. fcf— foi ieg? rtor^ uej— 110' biles Bacon — J#£ ells Iri? h Carvvas*. LHMTNT— 2.1.994 yarefs. l. iijen— SfiO . firkins Butter— 60 barrels Oats— 278 . fogs Bran— 50 ba^ s Flour— 120 bar- » 1s Barle, ,'.-;,,,.*'• -. .' - • ' ., A*", • wftrvr. " wi. i —• » "•! tens fables and Cordage. Cawf> ttdi.- w* - i- 20 t' 11s Oat Mm). " ' ; Mary fort.— 19,28ft yards Linen; Dmilm— 100 - ianiirl X. catber ,, .1. ,, . '.',' .. s„- LJJJUJ. JL. 1.11^. JU^. 1 ...^ ifgygggf^*— g.. At a Meeting of. the Committee , of BALI. YN- A - HINCH CAAPEL, hel^ ori Supdjjj' the. 5 h of Jnl> r 1812,. . .. .. .*,."..".. ".' • - - Tt wis tinanimously Resolved-,- Thtt th? Rev.. PATRICK CURRAN be requested fn accent the- m'osf grateful Thanks of the Committee, for hi'- c > t) de « cfiKirin in comifig fohft-.-. td, at their t'lhci- tatfon, to preach for the benefit of the Ch, ipfl ;. also, that the Rev. Mr. CURRAN jtis'. l. v met its the sincere Thanks of the Commit ee, f. or the verv excellent, appropriate and leanned di^ c ttrs??,- rir » livered by him with his usunl captivating and un- bounded eloquence. Resolved—- That the Committee consider it their duty, to return their .- grateful acknowledge- ments to theit separated Brethren, for their kind and liberal contributions, which much surpassed their most sanguine eipefta'ions. Resolved— That the f< llowing Gentlemen are entitled to the warmest- Thanks of he Committee, for their kindness and exertions as C ' lleft > rs on the above occasion, vir. Messrs. MARTIN, ARMSTRONG, GRAHAM, DA- VISON, MACOUBREK, SIMPSON, BARR, M'CALLA, SINGER, & C. ALEX. Sc HUGH M'MULLAN, SECRETARIES. A NT R I M. - Whereas it has appeared to tis, the undersigned Magistrates of the County of Antrim, this rftty as- sembled in th" Town ot Antrim, that; many d'Sorder- fv and unlawful acts have been there. lately committed oy ill- disposed and misguided persons, assaulting the drivers, stopping, and robbing from Cars conveyintr meal and other articles through tlm tov/ tr; ijnd that said acts were committed under the prt tencc of ; » scarcity of provisions, a pretence altoget. v 1 u'uound- ed; and although the persons so assembled \ We im- mediately informed where they could have even drrder maiket price, they notwithstanding continued in their misconduct. Now we, conceiving such pro- ceedings will produce great public calamity, are de- termined to shew our abhorrence of the Same, by promptly and decisively directing against it the potyer by law vested in us. GEO. MACARTNEY, ROBERT THOMPSON, W. GOOCH, . JACKSON CLARKE. Antrim, July V, IS]' 2. GENERAL SYNOD OF ULSTER. At a Meeting of the General Syttod of Ulster it Cooks- tbwn 011 the 2< 1 and 3d < jf July, 1812, tlw folloiving reso- lutions were agreed to. On referring to tlie Synod's minu'e* <> f 179", it was una- nimously resolved, that by the p'; rnse " implicated in treason- able or seditious practices," the Svnod did not mean to ex- press any thing more than that Dr Dickson and Mr Smith, two of the persons therein alluded to, had been eonUu- n Iry Government, under suspicion of treason m-, l se'titioii, and - that this Svnodjiow attaches no other meaning lo that .,- pression, and if that expression has been othei « ise n-. i01 v- Stood or applied; the meaning of the Synod ha » Lweu uii- i- cowcoived. Resolveilnrtanimously, that it is'the opinion oftliis SynoJr tliat in tbe, Kttrrativo pul » Bsh « l by Dr.- Dickon, tin- tc are a number of gross mistntvmeats and rafcreprewmi- ms, high- ly itijurious to the reputation of the Ministers nf this. body. The Synod, having thought proper that T) r. Dii ks i" showhj " Publicly retract, his mtstatements and misre;: resciYtafi;' r, K, and £> r Dickson [ laving expressed a wish tlwtt the S;. noii should prepare a declaration tD that effect, th<- Synod « p; x » ' nt Jlessrs. John Thompson. Jamfcs Horner, Sttmnei Hart nil, William V'right, and Jarnes Bunkhead, to ipeet this evc. 11- inj, and draw up a form of declaration for Dr Dick , ou 1Q sign. Friday nmiitg, July 3, seven oVnti, tt m. The Committee appointed to draw up a form of ucciai a- tion for Br. Dickson s signature, submitted,!-: to ilie SyiiotL wliich, after on amendment, was approved of. ar. J l.^ ndua t> j Dr., Dickson for his consWeration until n « Kt scfctnnt. 1' iie declawifion is nr, fellow's:— " From a sense of the duty . which I owe to myself, to the public, and especially to the Rev. . Synod of UlMu-,. 1 feel myself called tipon to acknowledge anvl declare, in t:. « most public aud solemn manner, thatJiiv publication end. tied a- " Narrative of the confinement and. c\ ile of Wi! l< ani Steele " Pi- kson,' D.'- t)." contains a number of misr: U'.'- nient- i and misrepreseunitions^ ( partly a* isin< r ? rom - ceiltion), injurious to t!; c character of the Ministers of t' s flody, and to the l'resbyterian cause, and 1 hope this Uov. Bodv will now accept my acknowledgements of my ticcp re- gret and sincere contrition for having published theirl." Friday, { post 10, in. m. Dr. Dicltfon having considered the forr- of defhtratio* offered to him by this Synod, expressed his determination to decline giving it his signature. ' • Moved, that Dr. Dickson be suspended ab ofjleic. until he shall publicly retract his miatatement* ajidr- mis, n'| iio. sentations respecting the Ministers of this body, in a mam- ner satisfactory to the Synod. To this motion the following amendment was moved and agreed to, that the consideration of this bitsinesis I* po*^, poned tiil the meeting of the Synod next year, to allow Dr. Dickson an opportunity of publicly retracting Lit mistato- ments and misrepresentations. Resolved unanimously, that this Synod ro'urn Dr. BHck their hearty thanks for, the display of zesl and ability manf- ^ isted'by him in, vindicating the honour, 111,1 character of this body from the aspersions contained in Dr. Dickson's Narra- tive,. and that he be requested to publish his statement in vindication of the Ministers of the Syncrl. Dr Black was thtnked atcordinglv fr « m the CbA, and promised^ O comply with the request of ' thn Synod. , ; . THOMAS, CUMIVG, Clerk of General Synod. LL1J— L— 1 "- - 1LJ. UUL. MVF. N- W Died. On the 3d inrt. In tlrt- ."^ d vear of hijage. tbe Rev. N » 1H SHAW,- Minister of the Presbvterian CongrpuNLON of B. n. bridge. The death of this worrhy man iamost deeply lament- ed by all who knew him. From his superiority in cla'sicat lejrn!!) g, be had a taste in accurate ccmpoitition, rirelfto he met with. HisstriiSl attention to the peace aril prtvprrry of the Presbyterian Chuch. gave unequivocal proof of his dncri- ty and Zeal in the Cause. His mind Wat capa!' l,! of duty appreciating the gracious communications of He,> v^ n through - Jesus Christ ; and his heart impelled h'm to dispense the ghd tidinjs with singular energy and rffeia. The liberality of his mind ltd him to emhr., ce the whole rational f. tmily . if . God, on earth as his brethren; and the memory of- his un- wearied and « ucce= sfu! endeavours to promote the reil in- terest, and further the Lmmrobtc views of all - vho c\-\ t wjthin the Sphere of his activity, will long nurrive tke wreck. of- his material fra « -, e. By hi> death the Christian Chttrch has lost an able ex- pounder of the truth; the congregation over which he pre- sided, a. most amiable and u- eful Pas on; the Society in « )> ich he moved, a safe, pleasing, and profitable companion ; and the poor of hi- neighbourhood, a moct active and effi- cient friend'. The house in which he lived was the sanctuary of the distressed ; and its do irs ope; ed wide on the ap- proach of every friend. The innumerable tbroti/ of all ranks, which waited the removal of his corpsr ; an! the'si- lent sorrowfui sadness which marked the- countenances of all j in their slow and melancholy step to the place of interment, 70 bottles Vitriol— ! gave some indications of the' value of the man, and the ir- 100 Cisks Glauber Salts— 45. cask* Cleaching Ditto— 50 t reparajde loss which his friends and family- have sustained reaTns. papet—' SO Hhds. Scale'Sugars.' .,' . .1 « Blessed a> e the dead whic « die in the Lord from h- nce- J\'< v> ry-*- 183biundWs Hie Reed— 1! 24 bales Barilla. jj forth: yea, with the spirit, that they may rest fioitv their : f!'; dty Stiffing and Cemmsreui. Zish |{ • » botiri; and dittir works do follow them". - - 1 BELFAST COMMERCIAL CftROtflCLF. BELFAST SHIP NEWS. Tit* iwwd brig Brit » anii[^ berd « tn] it lending for Lon- don. to « ail in a few days. The Kelly, M'I'wain, Cor Liverpool, cl » jr » thi » day, and Sails first fair wind. The armed brig Levant, M'Kibbin, Is leading at London far this port. The Ann, Sheali, for Liverpool, clears this day, and tails ln- morrow, wind permitting. The armed brig Fa dor, M'Nieee, is loading for London, to sail in a few Hays. The Swift, Neel, Mils for Bristol first fair wind after J 8th inst. The Margaret & Nancy, Galbraith, is loading for Glas- gow. to sail in a few days. | The Betseys Neilson, from Gksgow, arrived here yes- terday. The Diana, M'Callum, Glasgow; and the Bee, Rankin, at Dublin, are loading for Belfast. A R RIVEB. t* Flizab<* th, Hensen, an'! Perlin, Holton, from Dronthon . d. 33 0 to 34 6 y percwt. of 1201b. 17 o J7 6 ^ per ewt. of 11 ailb. 0 10 — Oil £ per stone. j 0 8 0 R* Cperlb of IS oz. ^ per lb. of 20 oz per ton. Oatmeal.*.... Oats Potatoes Beef. Mutton.. Veal la nib .. Bucter AT PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS in C. SHI& LDS's I ENGl ISH and MBRCAN l'IL% SCHOOL, Pre- i Bliums were adjudged to the following Pupils — C„ Meade, T. Allen ( Lambes;), J. Dnrnai. j C. Greer, H. Mulhollan, J. Corken, J Jack, J. Towtilev, ! H. Marmion, M. A. Dunn, J. Grant, M. Fitzsimons, 1 C. Sbeperd, J. Meade, H Dnrnan, A. Macklin [ Dium), W. Murrav, J Mu'grave, A Britain. W. Breathwit [ LambegJ, H Kelly, J. uihollan, J. Britain, G. Major, E Sloan. English Grammar— C Meade, S. Wilson ( ilUrisj, T. Allen ( l. ambeg), I". Kelly. Faring— T. Allen ( Lanibeg), S. Wilton ( Blaris), H. Waring ( Collin), J Dornan. R. Chambers ( Drum), W Younf ( tlrumbo), E. Kelly, M Murphy. Sfirllhg— M. Murphy, M. A Shaw, W. Young( Drumbo,) S. Wil « on ( Blaris), R. Chambers ( Drum), H. Marmion, T J Hen' ( I. ambeg), A. Shaw, J. Jack, M. Townley, j J. Meade. H. D" rnan, C. Miller. M. A Dunn, A J. and j V Breathwit (; ambeg). J. Shields, J. Wilson ( Lambeg), J. Crossley, M Shaw, J Mulhollan, G Major, C. Slosti. Wrti- x— J Dornan, T Allen ( I. ambeg), R. Chambers ( Drum), W. Yrung ( Drumbo), H. Mulhollan, H Waring, ( ColUn). J. Corken, S Major, A. Roger*, M. A. Shaw, S. Wilson ( BLru), H. M- Kown ( I. ambeg), H Kelly, J Wilson ( Lambeg), M. Townley, E. Mussen ( Hill- hall), W Wilson ( Blaris), H. Marmion, 1". Rogers. , Arithmetic— T. Alien ( Larnhec), J. Dornan, C. Meade, D Rtid, V Fituimons, T. Major, R Stewart, C. Sheperd, A Rogers. Bock- ltepinz— G Greer ( Ballymacash), T Allen ( Lambeg) J. Campbell, Certificates. Futlif. Elements— G. Greer, Ballymacash, Certificate. 587] LISSURN, July 9. H LICENSED CLASSICAL AND MERCAN- TILE SCHOOL, DUNDALK, Rev. WM. NEILSON, D. D. M^ R. I. A. Matter, •\ TACATION will end on WEDNESDAY. * 15th inst. ( 59- 5) July*. ARCHBOLD # DUG AN, Printers, Booksellers, and Stationers, NO. < 34, HIGH- STREET, AVE this Day imported from LONDON, a Large and Elegant Assortment of DRAWINGS is MEDALLIONS, OF THE NEWEST PATTERNS. Alt?, a Variety of Morocce Paper:— Gold Papers— Fancy Gold Papers and Gold Bordering— Gold Ornammts— Fire- Screen Handles— Cypress— Splash, Egyptian Iff Coloured Papers— Bristol Card Paper — Drawing Fapers— Ackermann s Superjine Water- Colours, in Cakes and Boxes, of various Sixes— Port Crayons— Portable Writing Desks— Gentle- men's Cabinets, Ebony Ink- Stands, iff c. CSfe. A. & D. flatter themselves that the present, in addition to their former Stock, enables them to offer to the Public, a variety of the above Articles, equal, if n* t superior, to any thing before brought w this Market, ( 599) July 10. THERE will be a BALL and SUPPF. R at the Cor. poration- Arms, Hillsborough, on MONDAY EVEN- ING the ISth July f l Dancing to commence at Nine o'Clock. ' LADIES Si 5d.— GENTLIHEN 8/ id. The MARQUIS of DOWNSHIRE. T The Rev. F. E. LASCELLES, f Stewards. C. STEPHENSON, 3 ( 597 EIGHTY TONS KILN. DRIED OATS, TVJOW at the QUAY, to be Sold out of the Vessel at a i- Ni fair Market Price, if Stored the Price will be ad- vanced.— Apply to WM. SEED & ROBT. BAILIE. Belfaat, July 10,1818. ( 582 ^ JOHN MURRAY AS THIS DAY received, per the NELl. Y, from DUNDALK, 3! Tons FLOUR, of prim Quality, Which he w- Hl sell at his Stores, No. 180, North- street, oti moderate Terms for good payments. 580) Belfast, July 10. IRONMONGERY, & c. ] PRANCIS M'CLEAN has lately received a Variety of Tea Urns— Plated Candlesticks— Branch's— Cruet and i Liqueur Stands— Britannia Metal Tea Pott— Tea Caddies— Bread Baskets^— Tea Trays— Umbrellas— Tdlle and Desert Knives and Forks— Pen Knives— f Sci sars— Files— Rasps—[. nth Nails— Cut Sprigs, Scotch Augers— Improved Patent Scythes, iffc. Iffc. Which, with his former ext » ns: ve Assortment of Fashion- able FANCY and PLATED GOODS, and IRONMON- GERY, he will Sell very reasonable. 594) Batik Buildings, July 6. ADVERTISEMENT. THOMAS MA VA', CO. K INFORM the PUBLIC, that they are largely supplied with Garment and Furniture Calk ~. es, Muslim, Ginghams, Garment and Furniture Dimities, Furniture Linings, Fringes, and Bindings, Counterpanes, Iff c. iffc. All of which they will dispose of en very moderate Terms, No. 74, Doueguli- street— Belfast, July 10,1814. 591) TJflift MISS ACHES!) INS " TJTAVE opened their Shop rtf MILLINERY A- 1*- and HABERDASHERY GOODS, whirh, with an erensive and elegant Assortment ol PERFUMERY, direct froui London, they will sell at the lowesr prices. N. B. White Beaver Hats cleaned— Caps, Bonnets, Pe- lisses, Stc. Set. made on the shortest notice. 581) Church- lane, No J?. SICILIAN LEMON JtflCE, Ht AUCTION, T my Gf5ce. N->. 81, A » « i.| r » « r, on FRIDAY next, the l? th inst. at the Hour of ONE o'Clock, Eight Pipes of Sicilian Lemon Juice, or EtCStLEKT StMUIT. MACFARLAN, Auctioneer July 10. . "~ Tb BE " SOLD BY AUCTION, At BAIN'S Tavtrn, 2V' » . 1, Ann'itntt, en SATURDAY the ISfi July in. i. at tie fiour c/ TW & h fB a'Cloti, 4PROPIT RENT of 1j M. per Annum, aris- ing out of Tenements ill Ann- street, William- street South, and Arthur- street.— Particulars knowa, and Retit- Rolts to be had, An application to CUMING Sc TANbJY, Auctionees, See. A: their Office, 8- 1, Hijjh- stre- t. 59 » ) Belfast, July 9, Ulfc • 11 • - f * • i ... - - - n • TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Os tie Pr. mht, on THURSDAY tbr 2SJ July init. it £ i, Sy£ Na'Clt.- l. tic/. II.^ TENEMENTS, No I irHAT DW'ei'I-, Nfl- H0tTS8 ai" l SHOP irt l Barrack- street, on the east corner of Ltttieo hill, latkly occupied by David Graves; 23 years of the Lea^ e unexpired from November l » « j raitf. ee. Possession can be giteu immcdi itely. No. II — That DWELLING- HOUSE in Barrack- street, west corner of Lettiee- hill j rent free: Now occupied by James Smith, a tenant at will, at 5 5 guineas yearly rente— 28 years unexpired at Novrmber last. No. Ill— FOUR DWELLINb. HOUSES, on the west s; de of . LettSce- hill,' also rent fiee, leased to Mr- James Woods, whose title falls in a few years: These tenements only pr > duce one guinea per annum during Mr. WoodVtirle, but will then rise con « i feraMy, as he has it now let to un- dertenant at 10 guineas per annum. And immediately after ' he above, will be sold, the entire of the said David Graves' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SHOP FIX FtJRES, STOCK CASKS, lie. Terms will be declared at time of Sale. ' CUMING & TANNY, Auctioneer. Belfast, July 8. ( i33 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On tl, PrimtM. at tic Htur of ONE a'Clock, M SATUR- DAY, 11 tk inst. ( if net dupond of by private Sale) HI ' HAT long- establiihed HOUSE, known by ' the name of The Jolly Gardeners, five niinntes walk from town on the Douaghadee Road. There are is A. 2 R. of ex- cellent Land. Cunningham Measure, half an Acre of which is a well- cultivated Garden, with a variety of large and small Prtlit Trees, in full bearing; nine anj a half years uf the I. ea « e unexpired at May last, at the small yearly rent of sfSOj ! 5t. 6UMING & TANNY, Auctioneers, kc. Belfast, July 4. 84, HIOH- STHHT. ( 3fc' 2 FURNITURE AUCTION. N M3ND \ Y the tmh 7uly i « < t. at . Buvsw e'Clotk will be Sold by Auction, at No. !>. Donegall. Street, a variety of excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE con- sisting of Mahogany Dining and Card Table ® , Chairs, Four Post and Field B » d « earls, Feather Beds, Bed and Table Linclt, Pier and Dressing Glasses,* JC'tchen Jack, with se- veral Articles of Kitchen Furniture. The whole will be sold without reserve.— Terms, Ready Money. S. RAMSAY, Auctioneer. Belfast, July 10. ( 589 MASONRY. ^ VFE, the MASTERS, WARDENS, and BRETHREN, ' ' of Lodges, Nos. 173, 447, 6T5, 746, and 9SS, beg leave to return Our siuce'e Thanks to the Rev. HUGH WOODS, for the very impressive and most appropriate Discourse delivered before u » in the Presbyterian Meeting- house of BANOOK, ou the 24th of last month, being the Fe- tival of ST. JOHN. ' ' T We lurther beg leave to return Thanks to the Gentlemen composing the Bangor band, for their ready concurrence in accompanying us on the occai on— Signed by Order, 586) ROSS' GRAY, SECRETARY. JOHN KENNEDY, of CAKMIOKIW, Parish of Ahogh. LL' and County of Antrim, intends taking his Trial at CARRICKRKSGUS ASSI » B » , and any Person or Persons that have any Charge against him, let them come and make their ilaicn against him. ( 581 DWELLTNG- HOUSE AND BUILDING GROUND TO BE LET. npttE HOUSE, YARD, « t OFFICES, No Ifr, ARTIIO*. Ji- ITIICT, in excellent repair. The House isvery large, and the situation clean anrl airv, aiH but a ( t » yards from S Donegall square. The Offices are very complete. Stabling i, for Sis Horses, Coach House, & c. I Also, 90 Feet by 100 of BUlLDINii GROUND, in Ca- | lendar- street, in the rear of the above Concern, at present in i| a Garden, and well stocked with Fruit Trees, i Tlie whole will be Let or ,- asonable Terms, and a long Lease can be given.— A nplv to JOHN PATTERSON. No 1, High- street— Belfast. July 9. ( 588 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Mr. JAMES HTNDMAWs Office, Belfast, on Friday, Slrf July. TV jR BAYLEY'S INTEREST in the Lease '..' J A of NEW- 1, OIW5k HOUSE, Orrtcn, and FAKM, of which there are* 27 years unexpired, from November 1812. There are 20 Acres Scotch Cunningham measure, all lately manured and limed ; there are 246i> Reg s'ered Trees all thriving, there has been a considerable- sum exp- nded with- in these three last years on the premises The HOUSE and OFFICES heing in excellent repair, are fit for the immediate reception of a Genteel Fam ly. Pos- session will be given at November next; the Purchaser can be accommodated with Stock. Crop, and Fu tiiiure, at a va- luation. Terms of Sale £ 100 deposit, on being knock u down, and a Bill at six months after date of Sale, on perfecting thedeeds.— Mr. BATI. IV on the Premises wtli show them, and uive every Information. New- Lodge, July, 7 N. B. Yearly rent £' 65, IOJ. and Tithe fiee. ( 583 COUNTY OF TyRONE. To U Let, from the First of November next, for such Term as may be agreed upon, IP H E remarkable FARM OF BEI. NASAGART, consistiag of about Forty Acres, with an excellent | HOUSE. A small sum of money to be laid ou* in repairs, wou O flaak-.- H. e House a comfoitable and Commodious one lor a genteel Family Apply to JOHN fPEER, Esq. Clogher. 590) July S, 1812. Imirfihle Annuity Company of Vexvry f5, ATEF, T at Mrs KF AN'S Tavern, in Water street, on ' AtIL WEDNESDAY, the 5th day of August next, at the hour of TWELVE o'Clock, to transaS the Business of tae Company, and afterwards Dine together. Such Persons at are d iir » us of becoming Members, are requested to apply to the Register Fourteen . iays previous to, and appear at tiie Meeting, otherwise they cannot be balloted for. JAMES SPENCE, Register. NEWRY, July 6, 1812. ( 585 SUGAR, GINGER, & PIMENTO, BY AUCTION. 110 Hhds. fine and vi- ry fine JAMAICA SCALE SUGARS. 17 Tterees, and 17 Barrels DITTO, j JAMAICA WHITE GINGER, 21 Barrels ditto PIMENTO, Will be put up to Public Sale, on TUESDAY the 14th July, at ONE o'Clotk, at HU. WILSON & SONS, . 567) Corporation- street. MILLED TON SLATES. ' jf^ HE Galliot Settles is now discharg ng a CARGO of I. the above, on the Custom- House- Quay, opposite Messrs. GU. LIES & STOCKIXAt. E'S, where the Shies will lie delivered at a lower pricie than after rvnovai to the Yard. A Quantity of SHEET LEAD, of diffetent thickness, re- ceived per the Cunningham Doyle, also for sale en reasonable terms — Apply to JAMES M'CLEAN; July 7. - ' ( 566 SCARLET, WHITE, & BLACK CLOTH'S. If 6HN30N Si FISHER have received, by the Cun- i!) NINOHAM BaTLS, A fresh Supply of Scarlet, White, and alack Cloths, Which have been carefully chosen, 1 and will be sold cheap. JC2) Belfast, June2.9. BLEACHERS' SMALTS. GEORGE LANGTRT & CO. HAVE for Sale, a Parcel of Real DUTCH BLEACH- ERS' SMALTS, of very fine Quality; ALSO, American Pot and Pearl Ashe^ Alhnnt Barilla, Refined Saltpetre, American Rosin, Fine and Common Congou Teas. 994) Belfast, April IS, 1812. OLIVE OIL, INDIGO, & c. GRIMSHAW, MURPHY, hf CO. ARE Landing, a few Pipes Ol. IVE OIL, and have re ceive'L a fnrthpr. stipplv of SPANISH FLORA IN- DIGO, and Ground BRAZIL WOOD, which with their General Supply of Oye. Stujfj, they are' enabled to dispose of on moderate Terms. THEY HAVE ALSO ON SALE, Bowed Georgia, Orleans, and West India Cotton- Wool, Pot and Pearl Ashes, Oil of Vitrkl, and A Regniar Supply of FLOUR. . . 326) No. 50, Mu- Oard- street— Jim 1. COGNlAC BRANDY THE Subscribers have imfiortrd, and for Rale, a small parcel of OX. D real COGNIAC FRF. NCH BR AN- DY, tuirranted genuine, which, with every other article in the WINE and. SPIRIT TRADE, they will sell on the most reasonable Terms. JOHN & THOS. CUNNINGHAM. Castle- street, June 5. ( 649 In the Matter of JAMHS FORJlES of Ant rem. -) ^ II ' HF. CREDtTORS of the said , ( 1 JAMES FORBES are re- C quested to furnish their respe$ iv> e --' accounts ( properly attested), to HUGH FISHER and HfcNRY AlKlNSON, the Trus-- » te, s, on or before the 18th inst. that they may be enabled i to make a Dividend of hit effefts immediately. £ 84) Belfast, July 10. A C AUTION TO FAMILIES. TT » HR LONDON DURABLE FLUID, Tor marking on « I- WEW, Cor I ON, MUSLIN, & C. with a common Pen,. without any preparati. m. may be had, Wholesale and Retail of Messrs. ARCHBOLD & DUG\ N, Booksellers and Statmners, 24, High- stfeet, Belfast, and of the following Haberdashers and Milliner*, at One Shilling and Sxpence per Bottle:— Miss SCOTT, Milliner, Colerain; MUs PA- TXKSOH and, Mrs CttMt, Milliners, Londonderry) Miss M'CteNACuan, Milliner, Strabane, and of most Milliners and Haberdashers ill Ireland; and Wholesale, at ihe Manu- faftory, No 8, Commercial Roa I. X. ondon, at Eight Pounds per Packet, British, for Ready Money only. The V oprietor recommends it to the Army and Navy, as Gen tl am en can write without any trouble on their Linen, "' ( 596 DUB LIN MELTED TALLOW.— TTOHN M- CONNF. LL has a PARCEL, which, to close Sales, he will sell Cheap. See. 563) July 6, M'ADAM 5C M- CLEEHY TT{ AVF- received, p - r the Aurora, front LON- DOM 5 1 and have on hand, Fine and C'- mmon Congou, Souchon*, and Green TEAS Very Fine, Fine, and Second SCALE SUGARS, Refuted SUGAR, and CANDT, M'tserabl — Indigo— Refined Saltpetre Rozin, Alicante Barilla — Mustard-— Pimentd-— Peart Ashes— White Ginger, & c. And an Assortment of. SPICKS an' DYE- WOODS, which they will' dispose of on moderate t^ nns. They have likewise for sale, NINE THOUSAND AMERICAN CANE RF. IiDSVof an excellent Quality. 492) Belfast, June IS CAMPBELL SWEENY ITS Landing the Cargo of the Ship Bathers, Captain TAY- L LOB, from TRINIDAD, consisting pf 223 j- lhds. 42 Tierces, and 112 Barrels Sugar, 7 Barrels Ciffce, and 18 Puncheons Rum, ON SALE WITH .10 Hhdt. Leaf Tnbaceo, lately Ian- led, and in - which are some of th highest c aracters ever imported here — Alicante, Sicily, andTenerife Barilla— Bleachers, S til alls— Americ n Rain — and Tenerijfe Wine, in Pipes, Hogsheads and Quarter Casks. 524) B- liast, June 30. GEORGI4 COTTON- WOOL, ' ~ - • ORLEANS Do. Do. POT /. tSHES, SICILY B RILLA, LEAF TOBACCO, For Sale, on Reasonable Terns, iy1 JAMES KENNEDY, Belfast, May 1.9. Donegall- Quay. . ( 212 . GLUM TOBACCO,. COTTON WOOL, & ASHES. 84 Hhds. Virginia Leaf Tolacca, 40 of which are of prime quality, , 120 Bales Upland Cotton Wool, v 4- 6 Barrels first sort Montreal Pot Ashes, 42 Ditto Ditto, New York Ditto, 3.5 Ditto D t.' o, Ditto Pearl Ditto, 70 Bales Alicant Bari'ld, ' of superior quality, On Sale on moderate Terms for good payments, by THOMAS BELL, May 20. ( 223) , . 34, North- street. TO BE LET, . Or thc Interest in the L: cue Sold, ^ PHF HOUSF. ill Mill- street, formerly occupied by Mrs, » 1 KEBR, and at present in the possession of Mrs WIL- SON— For terms, apply to. ROBERT'SIMMS,. No' 5$, Casde- street. * ( 887) ... Belfast, June 12 HOPS, & LONDON DOUBLE BROWN ' ' ^ STOUT. ' I HE SoESCkXBKR has received per the VKNOS, from A LONDON, Sixty Pockets HOPS, Growth 1811, of very fine Quality,, and Sixty Hhds. of high flavoured Double Brown Stout, Two years old, engaged to stand any climate, and are now . Selling at his Stote in Byrrt- entry, High- street. PAT. DONOHQp. Belfast, June 23. ( 498 PARISH OF BELFAST. ANY Person willing to undertake thd Viewing and Va- luing of those parts of the above Parrsh, for which Agreements have not keen entered into, is requested to ap- ply to Rev F. DWARD MAT, or Mr. Oa » ETT, at the Castle- Office, immediately. And the Parishioners of said Parish are hereby cautioned, not to draw the. Fythes of the same, under penalty . of, being sued for Subtra& ion. Citations wtli be issued for all arrears of Tythes, outstand- ing ou the 1st day of Augu f next EDWARD MAY, Jus. Vicar. Belfast, July. 1, 1812. ( 558 BUILDING GROUND. To be Let, in Great Edward- Street, in Front of the ffeik Shambles,' _ \ ... A FE W LOTS, of GROU- N- O"— one ' of the best Situa-" t\. tions in Bel'ast for BajKling,. with- V'dulia complete. A lonjt Lease will be tfiven. Eor particulars, inquire of Major FOX. ' ' ( 2C1 COUNTY OF DOWN PRESENTMENTS. ' 5 HiF SECRETARY of the GRAND JURY will keep L his Office open for receiving Affidavits for Presfnt- ments until Mon lay t) ie l^ th of July next, at Six o" Clock ; and for Accounting Affidtvirs until Mon.' ay the 27th - July. • DOVNPATRICK, June 22. It is requested that; the Affidavits for Presentments may IjC deiivered as soon as possible. WANTED, For the School of Londonderry built on the Foundation of Erasmus Smith, rwo PERSONS, either Married or Single, qualified to ait. as Master and Mistr- ssthey will be respectably Lodged, and have liberal Salaries.""' Application to be mx'- e to' the LORD BISHOP of DERRY, or the Rev. RICHARD B^ BlNGTON. ~ 509) ' t LcNDONotaar, Jnne 19. • MASONRY. THE MA « T** 9, WARDENS, and B « £ TU » EN, of I. odget No 18,- 23," 6y, 77, 521,706, and 914, tetum their - sincere Thanks'to the Rev. CHARLES CAMPBELL, lor his appropriate - and impressive Sermon, preached before them in Newry Church, on the 24th instant, the Festival of ST. JOHN. The Brethren then present sincerely regret, that eve, a more enrensive audience did not w. tness h s animated and pa'hetic, recommendation ol general harmony, loyaltv, and patriotism,— They also beg leave to return rheir Thanks to Lieutenant- Colonel ALLAS, Of the Middlesex Mil tia, for. his ready and polite acquiescence in granting them the use of the Re£, mental Band lor that day— Signed by Or. er, , R. POOLER, SECRETARY. 547) FOR BRISTOL, 7he Cutter VENUS, JOHN, SALTER, MAST**, Will load to sail first f^ ir w; nd after 11th inst. For freight apply to R. GREENLAW, Agent. The Puhlicare respectfully inform- ed, that'the following THE StiBscsilisRS have ready for Sale, BEST and IN- FERIOR GLUE, o' this year's Manufa^ lure ; which, with their usual assortment of SOLE ajid UPPl-. R LEA THER, will dispose of on moderate terms for good Pay- ments. M'KIBBIN & JOHNSTON. 29, Mill- street— June 22. The DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 19, Mill- street to i. et. . ( 5S8 FOR GLASGOW, The MARGARET iff NANCY, P. GALBRAITH, Mairts, ( A constant Trader), Now loading, to sail, in a few day » , , V . . FOR DUBLIN. The DISPATCH, JAMJ- SO*....,..'- Ia- a few d. i) » . For Freight, apply to • GEO. MONTGOMERY. The DIANA, M'CALI. UM, at Glas? ow; and the BEE, RANKIN, at Dublin, are loading for Belfast. C « fe) Belfast, July 10, *$ f.'^ REGULAR TRADERS JgadlY- S wm tail for their reifrfftve Sorti, " vriththt frit f sir Wind'after the dates mentioned i FOR LONDON, Thearmed brig FACTOR, M'NttC* , 11th July. The armed brig DONEGALL, COURTSNAV, H days after., FOR LIVERPOOL, / ' JTHE' ANN, SBSALJ .'.....,. L lth julyi The FANNY, MARTIN...... Eight days after. FOR BRISTOL, The SWIFT, NHFL:. ISth July. FROM LIVERPOOL FOK rtiSLFAST, , The MINFKVA, CouarsNaT.,... 8th July. The CF. RRS, SAVAO* Eight days after. FROM LONDf) N FOR BELFAST, The urmed brig OEOPGE. 10th July. The armed brig LAGAN, HOKHINE,. 14 days alter. Eor Freight, in, l » niion, apply to Mejisis. ALBXANDER and WILLIAM OGILBY, Abchurch- Yard. Gei. tienr. ea who have Luv- fls to forward, will please send them to GEORGE LANGTRY fi, k\ r stout Lad, * anted as Apprentices to the Sea. r*> 5—= The Public are re » pe< 5fully nform- . ed, that it is intemled the following . ^ Sp^ N. E. TRADERS Shall tati at tbe water mentioned ftftodt: POR LONDON, The armed brig BRITANNIA,' ABEBDEEN... 18' b July, tj- These Vessels being armed and completely well lound, Insarun, e by ( hem will consequently be effefited on the ., most reassa'sb. lft. terms FOR LIVERPOOL, The KELLY, M'ILWAIN First fair wind. The S I". PATRICK, CAMPBELL ? days after, FROM Liy. ERPOOL FOX BELFAST, Tie armed br g* VENUS, PENDLEI OM llth inst. FROM LONDON FOR BELFAST, The armed; brig LEVANT, M'KIBBIN llth inst. The a'rmed'hrig VINE, MONTGOMERY.;.... 14 days after ForFteieht, m London, apply to MesWs n'M: A JOHN WHARTON, Nicholas* Lane ; or, in Belfast, to R. GREENLAW, Agent, Who'will'receive ani forward LINBN CLO'I> I and other - MRRCSHANDIZE * it! » caep and. dispatch. ty. A few Stojit Lasls winted as APPRENTICES to the Sea, to whom i'^ pr- 1 Fneon avrmeor svl* he.' iver FOR SALE OR CHARTER, The Schooner PROVIDENCE, ct DART MO U I U, Burthen per Register K- H Tons. Well found and armed, and sails remarkably fast!--(^ n be m « le reaiy for « e. a in a few days— Apply to • Mr. PHILLIPS, GKSENWOOD'S Hotel, or to WILLIAM PHELPS, No. S, Lime- Kdn- Dcck, ( 323 Belfast, June U , TO BE S, 0LD BY AUCTION, At the Corran, near Larne, for the Benefit of the Under- • writers, Owners, or wh im it may Concern, on MONDAY next, the 1M inst. '!| ' HE Sloop MOLLY Sc SALLY, l* of KiRKcuDBTiioitr, burthen per Re- gister 49 Ton., with all her Materials. This Vessel will carry neatly Sixty Tons » nl » remarkably fast, and does uot draw more than eight feet water. Teittis of paymeut will be decUied at the . Sale. 515)' . LAR. NF, July 6. BELFAST COMMERCIAL C1I RON'CLE To the EDITOR of ll, BELFAST CHRONICLE. R SIR— It is peculiarly honourable to the present generation of professing Christians, that the bene, volent principles of their religion have manifested themselves in a much greater degree than they have dore for several preceding ages. Where is the individual who is fully aware of the intrinsic value of the souls of men, and whose bosom glows with hMy ardour for the extension of the Re- deemer's kingdom in the world, that can look back on the religious efforts of the last few years, without the warmest emotions of pious gratitude ? The endeavours which have been made to instruft ihe ignorant, reform the abandoned, and relieve the distressed, cannot fail to inspire the true dis- ciples of the lovely Jesus with a pure and lively satisfaflion, accompanied with the cheerful hope, that fnure days shall witness still greater exer- tions than these. Among the numerous Institutions, whose in- fluences and beneficial effe& s are now extensively felt and thankfully acknowledged in various parts of the globe, and which deserve our estimation and annual support, the British and Foreign Bible, and the London Missionary Societies, stand in the most prominent point of view. Although the former has existed but seven years, it has furnish- ed the Holy Scriptures to people of various na- tions, from the Brahmin in the East to the Eski- maux Indian in the West, and from the Hotten- tot in the South to the Polander in the north •, and lately the half- frozen Laplander has received the New Testament in his vernacular tongue. In Britain and Ireland, its benign influence has been 110 less conspicuous. Notwithstanding the oppo- sition it has met with from many, it has, by Di- vine assistance, increased in strength and magni- tude; and under the most respeftable patronage, has been aflively engaged in supplying the spiri. tual wants of the poor, by a liberal distribution of the Scriptures of truth in their respetfive neigh. bourhood « . - The latter, or London Missionary Society, whose sole objeft is to send Missionaries, duly qualified, to preach the glad tidings of salvation jo the Heathen, was instituted prior to the former. Formed in the year 1793, on the broad basis of Christian philanthropy, it can boast of having among its most strenuous supporters, men re markable for genuine piety and extensive learn- ing, out of every denomination of Christians in Great Britain. By its direflion, missions have be « n sent to the frozen shores of Greenland, and to the burning sands of Africa ; and faithful men, at this moment, are devoting their lives to the ser- vice ol Christ and precious souls, on the Western as well as on the Eastern continent; among the wretched Hottentots, and in the most remote islands of the great Pacific Ocean. Great as has been the efforts of this Society, yet a vast field is • till open before them for missionary exertions j but from the inadequacy of their funds to enable them to engage and support missions, their labours must necessarily be limited.— To enable them, therefore, to extend their usefulness, the Society have thought proper to send to this country one of their most respeftable members, the Rev. Mr. Waugh, of London, to solicit contributions in aid of their funds; and the Reverend Gentleman is now making a tour, for the above purpose, through the enlightened and opulent province of Ulster. In appealing to the liberality of Irishmen, the Society thick, that tbey may confidently e* pe4t the strenuous co- operation of the Ministers of the Gospel, fspeci : lly those of the Presbyterian Church. They also cherish the animated hope, that the affinent of the Society in general, will discover that promptness of generous zeal which may enable them to progressive! enlarge their sphere o missionary exerti ns. Indeed, Sir, we who profess " to be on the Lord's side," should not be content without using vigorous endeavours to accomplish this desirable objea. To assist in such an enterprize is honourable and laudable. There are few of us who have not wept ovjr the miseries of the poor African slaves : they once appealed to our humanity and justice, and were heard and liberated. But what are all the chains which avarice can forge, compared with the bon- dage of the immortal soul ? Can we hear the clanking of the chains of Barbarism, Idolatry, and Mahomedism, without assisting in spreading the fame of Him who opens the prison doors to them that are bound ? Let us then, instead of wasting our wealth in the pursuit of pleasure, in luxury, and the expensive decorations of the table or the person, lend it to the Lord, by contributing otar mite to the funds of the Missionary Society, so that they may be enabled to send more faithful labourers into the seat of the false prophet, where Satar. hitherto hath ereCted the pillars of his throne, and reigns with uncontrolled dominion. I am, Sir, & c. July 6, 1812. OMICRON. Tt tbe EDITOR of tbe BEI. FA S T CHRONICL H. " You may put it on record that I am a culprit; but you must rot previously invite evidence from myself that may substantiate it." SIR— Your very excellent Paper, No. 1,153, is now before me, and I am certain your impar- ; tiality, as in every other case, will induce. you to communicate to the public a few observations from me on a stibjeft in that Number, under the | head " GENERAL SYNOD OF ULSTER." After stating the place and time of meeting! the said subject runs thus;— On referring to the Synod's Minutes of 1799, " it was unanimously resolved, that by the phrase ' implicated in treasan- ahle or seditious practicesthe Synod did not mean to express any thing more than that Dr. Dickson and Mr. Smith, two of the persons therein alluded to, had been confined by Government under sus- picion of treason and sedition, and that this Synod now a'taches no other meaning to that expression, and if that expression has been otherwise tinder- stood or applied, the meaning of the Synod has faeeri misconceived," & c. tec. Now, Sir, I beg leave, through you, to ask the Synod's Reverend Secretary, if, by the above- re- cited paragraph, it is meant to declare, that the General Synod of Ulster hath an exclusive patent for using irrelevant phrases, or that if at any sede- runt in any Anno Domini, by chance make use of a phrase which it doth not competently understand, has it of course a right to pass a declaratory law, laying the common sense of the Province of Ulster under embargo, and ordering all manner ot men to understand its irrelevant phrases exaCtly in the same manner as the Synod itself, dotb. Had the Reverend Secretary given himself the trouble to consult Johnson, he would have found that the verb " implicate," means to entangle, to embarrass, to involve, to infold, '" and that it is de- rived from the Latin implico, which OVID uses thus " implicuitque suos circum mea calla 1a- certos." The angry manifesto of the Synod against Dr. Dickson, seems to me to arise from his " under, standing, or applying" that expression ! contrary to the meaning of that there Synod in 1799; and this here Synod io 1812. I have the greatest re- speCt for the General Synod of Ulster, of \ vhich I am peradveBture an unworthy member ; but really I am sorry that its Secretary should write in its name a fretful, peevish, surly- looking ma- nifesto; and state, that because Dr. D ck on hath not understood or applied the phrase implicated, &. C. according to Synodical direction, he hath been guilty of a libel on that Reverend Body, & c. & c. But the worst of all is, that you Sir, and I, if we do not understand this same phrase, according to Synodical direction, may be implicated, Sec, Sec. and bring down upon our heads the vindication of Dr. Black, for which he bath been so zealously, and no doubt cordially, thanked by this here Synpd. Had Dr. Dickson stated, " that of late years, for some purpose or other, the Synod held its meetings in an obscure village at a mountain foot in the county of Tyrone ; that the majority there- of was composed of herring- fishers, from Done- gall, See. That all tbe old, respectable, and per- j haps infirm Members thereof, living to the East- i ward of Loughneagh, did not attend its meetings, | held so far out of the way, & c. Sec. This, Mr. ! Editor, wsuld have been a libel on the General Synod, and would have most justly called forth j the display of " zeal and ability," for which this here Synod has so " heartily" showered its thanks on the head of Dr. Black. I see that the Synod hath requested Dr. Black to publish a narrative of his speech on this new and memorable aera. From the " zeal and ability" exhibited by this i able advocate— when commander of a volunteer : corps— with which ( like a Tartar village) he ; moved about from public meeting to public : meeting, haranguing in favour af liberty, equal- ity, & c. & c. I have no doubt of his complying with the aforesaid request; and therefore reserve my fire until I bring it to bear upon the TACTS which he may state. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant, AN ELDER. SINGULAR FRUGALITY. To tii EDITOR of tbc BELFAST CHRONICLE. Kirbcubbin, July 9/ 4, I81J. SIR— Being a constant reader of your very en- tertaining Paper, curiosity prompts me to beg the insertion of a very extraordinary, I might add, unprecedented aCt of frugality, which is now » bout to be completed in this town: An old man, about eighty years of age, has for eighteen or twenty years past, been so careful in saving the croppings of his hair, as at i* ngth to procure a sufficiency, to make for himself, a pair of stocl/ nyt. The yarn, is, already sopn, ijnd rf dvf- r knotting. In colour they will be . most beautifully variegated/ j » t the age when lie first b° » in to save th • hair for them, it was almost a complete black, and now ir is turned as completely grey. It is in weight eighteen ounces. And to render the cir- cumstance still more curious, he intends knit'ing then* himself: I was but yesterday ta king to him • concerning the publication of them, when he ap- peared perfectly satisfied by saying, " If A hae ; naething that's great or grand to mak me be re membered when A'm awa, A'il hae sometbin that's curious." Sir, if you think this circumstance worth pub- lishing, the insertion of it in your Paper, will very much oblige your obedient humble seiv. mt, J. B. BRISTOL ELECTION. SATURDAY, JULY 4.— At the usual hour this morning the Candidates took the'r stations, that is to say, Mr. Davis on the Bench with the Dons, and Mr. Hunt upon the table, where he stalks about; and being his own attorney, scrutinizes etvery thing and e « ery body. If a tradesman of rhe highest respeCtabilitv presented himself to poll, Mr. H. says to him, Pray, Sir, are you a pau- per ?— Do you receive parish pay ?— Have you taken all the seven oaths?— Do you hold a place under Government?"—- And all this being answer ed in tha negative, r^ he' doubts are started, which have no objeCt but delay. Sometimes be meets with his match— but he is proof against all that can be said. He flips his fingers at Mr. Davis, snaps up the Sheriffs, and conducts himself in the most insulting' manner possible. By accident a well- dressed young woman, attracted by her curio- sity, was seated amongst the other party. Mr. Hunt took advantage of it, insisted that lis female friends might also be allowed to see the ferr— left the Hall and returned with three women of the lowest description, picked up in the street, calling out " room for the ladies," and placed them near him ; one of them was a mere poissardc, and had headed one of his mobs. He told the people, in his opening speech, that he had made some of the blue money fly, and tnat a good deal more should follow ; though, added h", " after all,' it is mere ragged paper, \ Vhich Davis, being a banker, can make for three- pence, and call it a pound!" He says, he was only tick/ kg the adversary to- day, but that en Monday he will astonish them. This day he polled only 9, W. pavis 130. Making the to- tal numbers: Davis. 1230 Hunt 178 Majority 1052 Co'obett is still in nomination, but no one re- ceives votes for him, and therefore his name ap- pears with an 0 at the end of it. When the poll closed Mr. Hunt; addressed his partizans in his usual style, and ended with say- ing—" I have been confined for so long— I will now stretch myself a bit in accompanying you to Clifton, that I may take a peep at Mr. Richard Hart Davis's fine house." Immediately tire rab- ble shouted applause, and Mr. Httnt set off at the head of his Lazaroni. But Mr. Gabriel Goldney and Mr. Blake Devrcll, two Magistrates, aided by some other gant'eme Vivid a party cf constables, being apprized of the march of this banditti, lay in wait, and when they were probably about to re- new the scene of the otheT evening, rushed upon them. Sorpe stones and a bludgeon were thrown ; but Captain Adair, a resident, seized the fellow who was the, most riotous, and another gentle- man struck down a second, both. of whom were immediately sent to prison. This spirited be- haviour cowed the mob, and they retired ; their leaders did not interfere, neither did the soldiers shew themselves at all. Our streets are at pre- sent free from actual riot; but groupes of com- mon fellows are every where talking, and oc- casionally shouting, " Hunt for ever !" It is now a policy pursued by the Blties not to allow their men to appear in tbe evening after the poll is epded, and it is only l\ ere and there that a flaming blue cockade is to be seen, but when seen, if it does not produce hostilities, there is sure to be a hissing or a shout of execration. As to Hunt's own people, 49 out of 50 k. VSe not a shilling to buy a ribbon, and consequently there aie few fa- vours; but they wear printed cards in lieu of them. Troops are quartered in all the places likely to get attacked. One hundred men, with a complement of Officers, of the East Middlesex, occupy- the Guildhall ( that is the Hustings) at this instant, but before the poll commences on Monday, they will be withdrawn, and occupy it again when the polling is over and all the people gone. The soldiery behave remarkably well, they are not at all- insulted, and not a single hurt of the slightest description has a soldier or volunteer given to any one person whatsoever. Mr. Davis has offered 100/. tor the discovery of the fellow who carried the flag when his house was attacked the other evm- iin!.-, but he is as yet unknown. SUNDAY, THREE VCLOCK.— All is quiet, and probably will continue so all day. SHIP NEWS, EXTRA. From the London Packet. citr a' in the offioor thrtjt. shf.' has leer on board for fleet; she - picked bp the Brawler bum- boat, Or— v— y'. Master, off tiff Fudge beacon, having sprung a leak, and Obft - ed'to Ifeive m- st of the dam- fed abbage* an i sour kr. qt overboard— The Conflagralor fire- shin. Caot. L- die, having all her store of combustibles and phosphorus matches on board, if ordered into the upper har- bour, f- iV < tvir of an eso'osion. Six P. M.— Just come in under royals, the True Briton. Capt. S—- Im— th, an-:! anchored along- ide the Liverpool, Eldon, and Castlereagh. All the ships in the harbour, except those supposed to have dis- a( Faded crews, manned yards, and gave her three cheers. After Post.— The Port Admiral has just received an account that the Luddite fever has shewn itself on board several of the ships at anchor in Opposi- tion Waters. ESPOZ Y MINA. WIND N. N. E. Remain as in our last.— The Dictator, Captain Gr— nv— lie, went into dock to have her bottom looked at, and her head scraped and new painted. Tbe Norfolk, three- decker, unfit as a flag ship, to carry blue at the main, is cutting down for a hulk. The Demi- Catholic, Capt. C— nn— g, is ordered to be lengthened and new ruddered, if her timbers are found stout enough for a first- rate. The Re- volulionnaire, Capt. Rom— ly, drifted last night athwart- hawse of the Prison tender, drove her a- shore, when all the convicts escaped up the coun- try ! The Double- dealer, Capt. T— rn— y, having j earned away her false keel, by running foul of the Prince, is hauled on the hard, and her copper hav- ing also been disturbed, her plank is now to be closely examined, and if found rotten, as expeCled, j she will be broke up. The Uxorious, Capt. Hoi- j 1— d, has dropped down to ilfofier- bank. The ! Leveller, Capt. B— rd— tt, took fire in her powder- room, from trying some combustible stink- pots, and hand- grenades on a new principle ; but was got under by the jolly- boat crew of the Britannia, who keep a constant watch under her stern. The Samuel Victualler, Capt. Whit——- d, has made a An account of the celebrated Guerilla Leader ,, ir. a, has lately been given, by Don Lorenzo Ximenes, who was one of a party of Spanish pri- soners, consisting of 21 officers and 800 privates, whom this extraordinary man, rescued rrttrly on the frontiers of France, after killing and dispersing the escort that conducted them. The following extraCls will perhaps not be unacceptable lo our Readers:— " We were rvfifrched from Vittoria under a sruard of 1600 infantry and 20ft cavalry. We had not proceeded two leagues, when we observed two woods on right and left of tbe high road between Mfndragon and Vitroria. On approaching them we heard a musket fired, and immediately a dread- ful shower of balls poured like hail on b "> th flanks and on our rear. The killed and wounded covered the ground, and the- French inviucibles were so horror- struck, that they could neither maintain order nor make any resistance. They had not even the opportunity of seeing their enemy, as the Guerillas were concealed amidst bushes and the branches of trees which they had climbed, and from which they direCled their deadly fire. The undaunted Mina, followed by 150 horsemen, at length advanced upon our rear, and bore down every thing before him. In the mean time we flew under a heavy fire to our friends and de- liverers. After the slaughter was over, I had the satisfaction to see Mina, and to converse with him. He ordered us to be safely conducted to Zaldo- endo, six leagues from the scene of this aCtion, The whole treasure and property under convoy, amounting in value to a million of dollars, fell into his hands. About 800 of the tnvincibles were laid low, and 150, with their Colonel, Lafitte, and eight other officers, were made prisoners. " Among the followers of Mina, there was a countryman who brought with him four blunder- buss barrels fixed in one stock, and so constructed as to turn upon a single pivot, which he fastens by a chain to the ground. Into each barrel he put 32 balls, and fired the four at once. One discharge from his artillery passed through four coaches, and killed all the officers and women in them. " A spy, who had.. givenxnformation o. f the de- stination bf this Convoy to France, of the day is was' to set oil ', the strength of the escort, tbe nnm-, ber of prisoners, and other particulars, was, by Mi- na's order, placed at a distance in the wood, with his- hands bound, and guarded by a centinel, who had orders to shoot him jf he attempted to escape. After the a& iOn, which lasted full five hours, he called the spy before him, and said—' You are a good fellow— you have not deceived me— you may go, and here are 6000 hard dollars for your reward.' " It ought to be mentioned, that about a league and a half from Vittoria, we passed through a vil- lage in which all the houses were shutJtp, and not a living being was to be seen. This was the work of Mina, who, when he had resolved to lie in am- bush for u=, entered the village the evening before, and carried off the inhabitants. He ordered the old and the young men, women and childrj- ri, all into the market- place, fastened them togt her two and two, and conveyed them under a guard to the neighbouring mountains. He informed them, that if they spoke or made the least noise they would be instantly put to death, but at the same time promised, that if they made no opposition, they should In eight hours be safely restored to their homes; Thus it was impossible for the French to lelirn any thing of his plan. " Mina is a stout made man, of a ruddy com- plexion, about five feet eight in height. He is frank in his demeanor, though he speaks little, and he is extremely aCtive. He detests loose wo- men, and permits none to accompany cither Offi- cers _ or soldiers. He is abbut twenty- three, and is extremely abstemious. He sleeps only two hours each night, and has constantly loaded pis- tols in his girdle. He is very reserved respecting his plans, and his Officers seldom know whither they are to march. " When a young man wishes to enlist in the cavalry, Mina fir9t examines him, and then call- ing the Commander of the Infantry, he says, " This young man is desirous of serving in the cavalry, take him, in the first place, into y « ur ' corps, and tell me how he behaves himself.-" In the first action that occurs, the Commander of the Infantry, who is on horseback, places the young man near him, and narrowly watches his coiiduct. He is observed, in ths same manner, during four successive actions, and if he behaves courageously in them all, the Captain takes him to Mina, and says, " This lad does well, he de- serves to die for his country." Mina then gives him arms and a horse, and thus his little corps is composed of the most undaunted and enterptis- ing men that can be found." MiSCELLAN KOIJS: Violation of his Parole by General Phillippin.— It is now about three months since General Letebvre broke his Parole. We were not prepared to ex- pect so speedy a similar violation of honour on the part of another French General Officer.— Phillippon, the late Governor of B. adajoz, who surrendered to the Earl of Wellington, on the- 6: h of April, and was sent by Government on parole to Oswestry, contrived to quit that town Wed- nesday last, accompanied by aa Officer of Artil- lery of the name of Gamier. It has not yet been ascertained whither these disgraceful fugitives l ave gone. We are gin . I to learn that Govern- ment has adopted every necessary nre? auti-'. n. to prevent their escape from this country; full de- scriptions of their persons having be- n sent last night to all the out- ports, and to other p'aces where there is any probability of detecting them: and strict orders have been issued for the careful examination r. f every suspicious person who may- be found near the coast. The Artillery Officer who accompanies Phillippon is said to speak pretty good English, whence' it is conjectured th at he has probably assumed the appearance and character of a friend acting as an interpreter— Philliopon himself is a tall man, being nearly sir feet high, of a stout frame, with a fair coitv plexion, and having a scar over his left eve.— The baseness of so many French Officers in the e repeated violations of the laws of civilized war- fare, seems to render it indispensible on the part of our Government, to abridge the accommoda- tions which have been so liberally given to these' persons, and to watch them with a degree of strictness that may put the farther repetition of such transgressions out of their power. The severest penalties of the law must f; jll on tlu\ se | wretches who are found to lend their unnatural assistance to the escape of enemies, whose cap- ture has been achieved by the valour and blooj of their gallant countrymen. The Court Martial, which was assembled at Portsmouth on Monday last, to inquire into the charges exhibited against Captain Sir J. A. Wovf, of the Pompee, and Captain Campbell, of ihe Tre- mendous, in not bringing to aMio. i the squadron which soma time ago escaped from I/ Orient, ter- minated on Friday ; when the Court delivered the following sentence: « the Court are of opinion that Sir J. A. Wood ; blame- able for having tacked 5t 6b. < IOm. on the afternoon trf th. r 10th March, from the enemy, before he had ascertained that the enemy had tacked and stood towards him; for not hav- ing ti- cited to the northward again in pursuit of the enemv, when flashes of guns, and false lights were seen to wind- ward, where the Tremendous and Poictiers afterw rds ap- peared ro be, and for not having ma< ie an aurwer to thosa signals; and for rot having reconnoitrred the three s'lipi which were reported to have beea seen on the following morning; but it appearing that he had aifted from erroneous impressions entertained by him, the Court acquitted him of any want of z- al for the goorl of his Majesty's service. Tfi » Court are of opinion, that no blame was imputable to Cap- tain B. Campbell, and did fully acquit him." A Coroner's Inquisition was taken on Monday last, at Osburnby, near Falkingham, on the body of a man named Thomas Page. The deceased was a pauper belonging to the parish of Silk Wil- loughby, but not chasing to stity in the work- house, he was in the habit of strolling about from town to town, subsisting upon tbe provision which he begged. It was his custom to deposit what he procured in this way beyond the immediate crav- ings of nature, within his shirt, next to his body y and having a considerable store of meat and bread so placed, he, in the early part of the preceding week, it is supposed, feeling unwell, l. dd him self down in a field in the parish of Scredington, tr » sleep. The meat, from the heat of ilie weather and of the man's body, soon becoming putrid, was struck by flies ; and in a short time tbe nuirgots so occasioned, not only preyed upon the- inanimate pieces of flesh, but began literally to consume tbe iivin^ substance. When discovered or, Tl » irs„ day, hundreds of maggots had penetrated deeply into his body. He was conveyed to Osburnby, and a surgeon was immediately procured, who dressed the parts affefled ; but the sufferer died : n a few hours after. The Jury returned a verdift that the deceased was— Eaten to death by maggots. ALGERINE OUTRAGE.— An Algerine squadron, consisting of two frigates, two sloops, and two brigs, has been for some time past cru'ijing in the Mediterranean. On the 27' h of April, the Haughty gun- brig, Lieut. Harvey, proceeding with a convoy tor Malta, fell in with it, when the Algerine Commodore, after examining the ships, ordered the detention of a Greek vessel laden with corn. On this order being notified to Lieu- tenant Harvey, he immediately went on board the Algerine, accompanied by his surgeon, as in- terpreter, to remonstrate against this unfriendly act, and to request the liberation of the vessel.—. Instead, however, of his request being complied with, he received the most gross and abusive lan- guage i his own ship was threatened to be seiz- ed ; and on refusing to deliver up some papers belonging to the Greek vessel, he was knocked down, repeatedly kicked, and his pockets rifled. He was instantly obliged to depart, without ob- taining the release of the vessel, and proceeded to Cagliari. A representation of the affair has been made to Sir E. Pellew, but there was no I probability of redress being obtained from these ruffians. GALVANISM.— In a late debate in the House cf Commons, it was asserted, that porter tasted bet- ter out of a pewter- vessel than any other, which occasioned a smile among some of the Members- PrOfessor Davy has explained this on galvanic principles. This peculiarity arises from pewter being formed ot dissimilar morals, which are known to commuicate the influence of the gal- vanic fluid. Water has also a di'Tercnt taste in a pewter- vessel from what it has in glass or earthen* ware. Volta, found that if a' cup made of tin, or what is still better, zinc, be filled with water and placed upon a silver stand, and the point of the tongue applied to the water, it is found tjui: e insipid, till we lay hold of the silver support with the hand well moistened, when a very distinct and strong acid taste will be perceived. From the same cause, Professor Robinson found that, snuff taken from a box of tin plate, which has been long in use, so that the tin coating has be*. i, removed in many places, is extremely different from that of snuff taken from a new box, or one- lined with tin foil. STRANQB VICISSITUDE OF HUMAN AFFAIRS—- Robert Hepburn Ker, who, by a late decision in the House of Peers, was found entitled to th-> Dukedom of Roxburgh, and £ 100,000 sterling in the funds, was some years ago a pauper in the city of Kingston, Jamaica, and died there in 1808, in the hospital, and was buried at the ex- pence of the parish. BELFAST: Printed and Pubissheby Enuauoso AtstltPK. ra
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