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Printer / Publisher: T.E. Dicey, W. Sutton, & R. Smithson 
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Date of Article: 17/10/1812
Printer / Publisher: T.E. Dicey, W. Sutton, & R. Smithson 
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PRINTED BY * AJV1)> FOR T. JE. BICET, W. SUTTON, ^ JTO SMITHSOJV. VOL. .92. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1812. No. 32. Ready Money is expected { with Advertisements. } S Circulated through every Town and populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, , ( Huntingdon, Leicester, Oxford, Warwick, Hertford; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. PRICE I Pape. and Pri. $ Stamp- Duty - 3d. § int : 3d. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. LONDON, TUESDAY, Oct. 13. DISPATCHES were on Sunday received from Lord Wellington, announcing the failure of an attempt to carry the exterior line of the enemy's works at Burgos by assault on the 22d ult. In private letters from Corunna it is stated that another attack would he made on the 28th. The Messenger who brought Lord Wellington's dispatches left head- quarters on that day, and on his road heard a heavy explosion, which is supposed to have proceeded from the blowing up of a mine under the enemy's works. The Guards which lately landed at Corunna, have marcher! into the interior. We are sorry to hear that our army has begun to be sickly, the hot days, succeeded by very cold nights, having very considerably affected the health of the soldiers. The substance of the advices received by Government from Lord Wellington have been communicated in the following Bulletin: WAR DEPARTMENT. DOWNING- STREET, OCTOBER, 11. It appears by a dispatch received this morning from the Marquis of Wellington, dated Villa Torn, 2ftli ult. that on the 22d, his Lordship directed an attempt to be made to storm the exterior line of the enemy's works at Burgos. The detachments of. the Portuguese troops who attacked on the flank, were so strontil. V opposed, that they could not make any progress; and the attack in front by the British was not persevered in. Marshal Soult left Granada on the 15th ult. and it is said, marches by Caravaea upon Valencia. Gen. Ballasteros entered Granada upon the 17th. The town of Consuegra, surrendered by capitulation to Gen. Ellio on the 22d. Abstract of the killed and wounded of the army under the command of the Marquis of Wellington, in the siege of the Castle of Burgos, from the30lh to the 26th Sept. inclusive. Total British L » ss.— 1 Major, 2 Captains, 1 Lieut. 1 En- sign, 2 Serjeants, and 47 rank and file killed. 6 Capts. 4 Lieuts. 1 Ensign, 10 Serjts. and 217 rank and file wounded. Total Portuguese Loss— 1 Captain, 1 Ensign, and 3 rank nnrl file, killed. 1 Major, 3 Serjeants, and 47 rank and file, wounded. Cirand Total— 1 Major, 3 Captains, 1 Lieut. 2 Ensigns, 2 Serjeants, and 50 rank and file, killed. 1 Major. 6 Captains, 4 Lieuts. 1 Ensign, 13 Serjeants, 264 rank and tile, wounded. The average price of wheat in England and Wales, accor- ding to the last returns, is 30s. 8d. per quarter lower than the returns made up to the 22d of August last. On Monday the poll was finally closed for the city of London; the numbers for the respective Candidates being as follow :— Combe, 5125.— Curtis, 4377.— S| law, 4032.— Atkins, 3645.— Waithman, 2622.— Wood, 2373. Sir Francis Burdett, in a long address to his Westminster constituents, tells them " he no longer wishes to act a part in the low Farce at St, Stephen's."— Rotten boroughs," those possessing them," he says " will no more part with their rotten boroughs than a highwayman with his pistols!.'" To this the Baronet adds ( though elected) " that Parliament will never correct itself, and that his efforts to stem tire tor- rent of corruption, would be only " dipping buckets into empty wells, and growing old in drawing nothing up." Fatal Duel— On Wednesday morning last, Lieut. Bagnall and Lieut. Stewart, both of the Royal Marines, quartered at Portsmouth, met on South Sea Common, in consequence of a dispute the preceding evening, to settle their diiference in an honourable manner ; at the first fire Lieut. Bagnall re- ceived his antagonist's ball under tho right arm, which took a direction inside the spine, and came out at the left shoulder. He lingered until Saturday evening, when lie ex- pired. The parties of course have absconded, though it is jut justice to say, the seconds used every endeavour to prevent the fatal result. A fire broke out on tho 8th of August, in an hospital for casualties at Munich. The building contained, at the time of the conflagration, 102 patients, the greater part of whom must have perished had not a high wind, at the period of the greatest danger, blown down the roof, and suddenly extin- guished the flames. The shrieks and groans of the half, buried patients were so appalling, that four females died of fright. By incredible exertions, however, 1 all the patients, except nine, were got out alivo; but several have since died, and others are deemed irrecoverable. Fur Saturday's Gazette, Sfe.— see last page, A Gentleman, who came passenger by the last Ootten- lurgh Mail states, that the Expedition from the Swedish ports was on the point of sailing, and only waited for eight Russian men of war coining to join them from Archangel. It is said, that the 8000 Swede's embarked at Stockholm have gone to take possession of Finland. This is not im- probable, hut it will be a lamentable application of so considerable a portion of the force, which it has so long been hoped would have made its appearance on a scene where its presence would have been much more useful, and where it might have had a powerful influence on the affairs of Europe. With respect to the expedition being delayed, to wait the arrival of Russian men of war from Archangel, nothing can be more ridiculous than such a supposition, when a British fleet is in the Baltic, so competent to every purpose to which a naval force can be applied, as the squadron at present in that sea. The appointment of Lord Wellington as Generalissimo in Spain, and the favourable state of the war 111 that quarter, it is said, have determined ministers to send nearly the whole of our disposable force thither. More than 16,000 British troops are now under marching orders for embark- ation, from different ports in this country, Ireland, and the islands of Jersey and Guernsey. The. British army in Canada has received a reinforcement of 2,000 men, by the arrival at Quebec of the 1st battalion of Royals, and the 103d regiment. In the event of a recon- ciliation with the United States, this army can now furnish a large effective force to the Peninsula. The 41st and 49th regiments, that were ordered home for that purpose, have been countermanded, and detained in Canada,' in con. sequence of the Declaration of War. A Mail from Heligoland arrived yesterday with intelli- gence to the date of Friday last. The most important fact announced is an arrangement between France and Denmark, consequent on the abandonment of the llanseatic towns by nil the French troops, to co- operate with their comrades in the Northern war; the Danes have received orders to garrison Hamburgh, Bremen, and Lubec. From the good understanding which now exists between Turkey and this country none need dread ' he want of grain in Spain and Portugal, as the Russian merchant ships will be allowed to pass from the Black Sea, through the channel of Constantinople; and from the cheapness of corn in Russia, and the safe navigation of the Mediterranean, supplies will be cheaper and more abundant than even those from America, Advices have been received from the Mediterranean, by which it appears that the Dey of Algiers intends to under- take a spirited war with the American Republic. To fulfil thisdesijrii, he is provided with fix frigates of 44 guns, two of which are perfectly new; and he and his vassals are equipping a swarm of smaller vessels, which are to be engaged in depredations on the floating property of this new enemy. The total of the British and Portuguese disposable force in the Peninsula is estimated at 76,000 men, and the Spanish regulars and irregulars at 104,000, making a grand total of 180,000 mt n. The aggregate of the French force in the Peninsula is supposed to amount to 139,000 men whom 32,000 are in garrisons, leaving a disposable force of 107,000 men. The following anecdotes respecting Lord Wellington have been collected during his stay at Madrid. His Lord- ship gave a magnificent bull shortly after his arrival at Madrid, at which more than 500 people of consequence were present. The day before he left that capital, he also gave another. The dancing continued till five the next morning, and the march began at seven. The Marquis of Wellington had for a partner, on this occasion, the Duchess of St. Carlos. This w as the first time that his Lordship danced since his arrival in Spain, though he has often made the enemy skip. The Corporation of Madrid also gave a bull- fight, at which his Lordship presided in the royal box. There were at least 12,000 persons in the circus; and the moment he entered, there was such a sudden and universal burst of applause as was seldom heard. Eight fierce bulls were killed in the usual style. Lord Wellington sat bv request twice for his picture. The whole of every morning the gates of the palace wherein he resided were surrounded bv persons with petitions " To his Excellency the Duke of Ciudad Rodrigo." The evenings were spent in walking on the Prado, in visits to different families, and at the play. Extract of a Letter from Dr. Carey, Calcutta, Jan. 1812. " While I am writing the drums employed in the worship of idols, in their great procession, are beating.— IDOLATRY DESTROYS MORE TIIAN THE SWORD; yet in a way which is scarcely perceived. To enumerate nil the methods of de- struction would swell the catalogue till it would exceed cre- dibility, though it might not exceed the truth. I calculate that 10,000 women annually burn with the bodies of their deceased husbands. The custom of half immersing persons supposed to be dying, undoubtedly occasions many prema- ture deaths. But the number that die in their long pilgri- mages from want or fatigue, or from fevers, caught by Iving out, and want of accommodation, surpass calculation. To mention only one idol, the famous Juggunath in Orissa, to which twelve or thirteen pilgrimages are made every year, the numbers that go thither in one of their pilgri- mages are supposed to be on some occasions 600,000, and scarcely ever less than 100,000. There must be at least 1,200,000 attend in the year. Now if only one in ten of these die, the mortality caused by this one idol, would be 120,000 annually. But instead of one in ten dying, some are of opinion that not many more than one in ten survive and return to their own homes."— Shall an engine adapted to destroy this destroyer of thg human race, not be repaired ? MORTGAGES. READY to be advanced upon Freehold Securities, various SUMS of MONEY, from £ 200 to ;£ 3. QOO. Apply, personally ® r J) y Letter, Post- paid, to Air. JAMES AIVDERTON, Attorney at Law, Kimbnlton, Hunts. BEDFORD CANAL. AT a Meeting held at the WHITE HART INK, in AMPTHILL, on the 24th Oav of SEPTEMBER, 1812, I~ N Consequence of the Superiority of SALMON, OD\. . & Co.' s Patent SELF- ADJUSTING TRUSSES, the Patentees have been honoured With the following Appoint ments:— His Majesty's Roval Navy, the Navy Hospitals and Dock. Yards, the Board of Ordnance, the Honourable East India Company, & c. and continue to recommend them to the Public on such liberal Terms which have never before been ottered, that the full Cost shall be returned to all Purchasers, if not approved, after any Trial, Wear, or Damage. N. B. Persons residing in the Country, sending the Circum- ference of the Body in Inches, just above the Hips, may depend upon being accurately fitted.— Manufactory, 292, Strand. London. NORTHAMPTON, 9th October, 1812. ALL Persons . having any Claim or Demand upon the. Estate and F, fleets of ANN BATTISON. late of the Town of NORTHAMPTON, Widow, deceased, are requested to send an Account thereof to her Executrix, Mary Coleman, the VHfe of Aaron Coleman, of Gold- Street, Northampton, Shoemaker, or to Mr. Busweli, Solicitor, Northampton.— And all Persons who stood indebted to the said Ann Battison at the Time of her Decease, are desired to pay their respective Debts immediately to her said Executrix, or to Mr. Buswell. SAWBRIDGE'S BANKRUPTCY. T[ IE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awaroed and issued forth against WILLIAM HENRY SAWBRIIXiE and CHARLES SAWBRIDGE, late of the Town of NORTHAMPTON, in the County of North- ampton, Co- Partners, Ironmongers and Seedsmen, Dealers and Chapmen, intend to meet on the Twentieth Day of October instant, at Ten o'clock in the Foreuoon, at the Peacock Ian. in the said Town of Northampton, in order to make a Dividend of the Estate anil Effects of the said Bankrupts, when and where the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend, And all Claims not then proved will he disallowed. THF. O. JEYF. S, Assignees'Solicitor. Northampton, U October, 1812. in Pursuance of an Advertisement inserted in the North- ampton Mercury on the 12th and 19th of September instant: HENRY HUGH HO ARE, Esq. in the Chair;" . A Prospectus to connect the Navigation of the River Ouse from its Termination at Bedford, by a Navigable Boat Canal, with ( lie Grand Junction Canal at Woughtou, in the County of Buckingham, having been read, and ill Answer thereto the following Observations having been submitted to the Con- sideration of the Meeting ( viz.) That, the Proposals for making such Canal have been brought forward, and recommended to the Public for their Support, without sufficient previous Notice having been given for a General Meeting, whereby the Sentiments of the Persons interested in the Undertaking might have been obtained, and for want of which the noble and highly respectable Persons, whose Names are introduced as Patrons of the Plan, have not had an Opportunity of fairly discussing its Merits, and of deciding on its Propriety and Utility. That with respect to the Conveyance of Corn from London to Manchester, & c. alluded to in the said Prospectus, it ri|- p.* ai ( from the brtt lofnrmallen thai can be obtained, that the Export thereof from the County of Bedford does not exceed the Quantity imported, consequently nearly the whole of the Grain grown in the County is consumed therein or in its immediate Vicinity. That for the Purpose of importing Shop Goods to P> edford from London, Birmingham, ikc. much Facility might be acquired by making good ihe Road from Newport- Pagnell to Bedford, by Means of a Turnpike which recently was and now is in Contemplation, and might be completed at a small comparative Expense. That the Sale of Barley for making Malt for Ihe London Markets cannot be considered of material Advantage to the Country through which the Line of Canal is intended to pass, and therefore is not au Object of great Importance in the proposed Canal. It is fully admitted that the immediate Country through which the Canal is proposed to pass is a most fertile District as stated in the said Prospectus, hut it cannot be deemed to be " in an insulated State from the Badness of tile Roads," some of thein being ill good Order and the other under a State of Repair; and it is considered that cutting a Cannl through so much rich Pasture and improvable Land would be a wanton arid prodigal Waste of valuable Property, and peculiarly objectionable at a Period when Doubts are enter- tained whether the whole Produce of our native Soil is equal to the Consumption of its Population. That the only apparent Advantages to be derived fo ihe Town and County of Pedford, in the event of a sufficient Subscription bring entered into for completing the said Canal ( of which considerable Doubts are entertained) would be Ihe Introduction ofSlateand Lime, for Building or Manure; and the said Line being thinly inhabited, it does not seem probnble that there could be aHy great Demand for those Articles, in its immediate Vicinity. And in Respect to the Supply of Pit Coal to the Town of Bedford, which it is presumed is the chief Advantage expected, it is necessary to observe, tii'it no Benefit will be derived hv the Introduction of Pit Coal through Ihis Canal, if Govern- ment, to protect the Revenue, determine ( which it inav be fairly presumed they will) as in the Case of Ihe Cambridge and London Union Canal, that whenever the Branch from Whaddon to join tile Grand Jui. Mion Canal is adopted, a Duty shall lake place on Pit Coal coming down that Canal, similar to that which is paid on Sea Coals at Lynn. That taking into Consideration the various Objections that must attend Ihe Completion of the said Canal, and that Failures in similar Undertakings have in many Instances been experienced after a fruitless Expenditure of considerable Sums of Money, and the Destruction of valuable Portions of Land, It is resolved, That under all Circumstances the proposed Canal if carried into Effect will be extremely Injurious to the Proprietors and Occupiers of Laud, through which the same is intended to pass. That no probable Advantage can be derived to the Town of Bedford, or to the Public at large, by the Adoption of the Measures proposed by the said Prospectus. That Application be made through the Chairman to Ihe Members for the County a^ id Town of Bedford, and t » the Members for the County of Buckingham, to request tliem to oppose the passing of any Bill that may he taken to Parlia- ment for the Purpose of making the said Canal. That a Subscription be entered into for the Purpose of defraying any Expenses that may attend the Opposition to the passing of any such Hill into a Law. That Mr, LUCAS, of Newport- PugBell, he, and he is, appointed Solicitor, That Mr. BARNARD, Banter, of Bedford, be appointed Treasurer, to receive Subscriptions. That these Resolutions be inserted in the Northampton Mercury. H. II. IIOARE, Chairman. That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to Henry Hugh Hnare, Esq. for the able and impartial Manner in which he has conducted the Business of the Day. A Subscription was immediately entered into, to a con- siderable Amount. LOAN on PUDDLE- HILL TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Sum of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS being wanted by the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road between DUNSTABLE and HOCKLIFFE, in the Coun: y of Bedford, on Security of the TOLLS thereof, for the Purpose of completing the Improvements on the said Road, any Person or Persons disposed to lend the same, or anv Part thereof ifi Shares of £ 100 each ( for which Interest at £ b per Cent per Annum will be paid dear of Property- Tax) are requested to signify the same in Writing, to Mr. John Hooper, of Dunstable, the Clerk to the Trustees, to be laid before them at their next Meeting. JOHN HOOPER. July 29tb, 1812. SVARROW'S HERNE TURNPIKE. NOTICE is hereby given, Tliar the Trustees of this Turnpike- Road will meet by Adjournment on TUESDAY the 27th Day of OCTOBER next, at the KINO'S ARMS INN, at BERKHAMSTSD- SAINT- PFTER, in the County of Hertford, bv Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, when they will exam'ne the Treasurer's half- yearly Accounts, and receive the List of Per- sons liable to do Statute upon the said Road, and decla'e and order the Number of Davs' Duty to be performed by each Parish uid Place.— Dated the 23d Dav ot September, 1212. II A R RY GROVER, Clerk to the said Trustees. 111G11A M- E EKRERS TU RN PI K E- RO A D. N'OTiCE is hereby given, That a Special Meeting of the Trustees of the lligham- Ferrers Turnpike- Road, leading from Westwood Gate, in the Parish of Knotting, in the County of Bedford, through the Towns of Rushden and Higham- Ferrers, and over Artlehorough Bridge, to the Turnpike- Road in Uarton- Seagrave Lane, in the Parish of Bnrton- Seagrave, in the County of Nori^ enpion, will be held at the House of JOHN Met, known by the Name or Sign of the GREEN DR AGON, in II IGHAM- FERRCRS, on MONDAY the 19th Day of OCTOBER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, in order to take into Consideration the Propriety of removing the said Gate called Westwood- Gate, and also the Weighing- Engine, from their present Situation to a certain other Part of the sa'ul Turnpike- Road, where the Road from Newton- Bromshold unites with the said Turnpike- Road, and nearer to the South- End of the Town of Rushden.— Also of erecting a Toll- Gate on the Side of the said Turnpike Road, across the said Road leading to Newton- Bromshold, at or near Ihe said £ lace, where the same- twites with the said Turnpike- Road.— Also of erecting one other Toll- Gate on the Side of the said Turnpike- Road, across the Entrance of a certain Lane in the Town of Rushden, leading towards Newton- Broinshold, calledCbarch- Laite.— And. also " of erecting a Toll- Gate on the Side of the said Turnpike- Road, across the Entrance of a certain other Lane in the Town of Rushden, leading towards Newton- Bromshold, called Well's- Lape.— And for the further Purpose of making such Orders therein respectively'as shall be deemed necessary and proper, and of transacting other Business relating to the said Turnpike- Road. By Order, WILLIAM ALLEN,' Clerk to the said Trustees. Hicham- Ferrers, 14th Sept. 1H12. Dr. HA DC LUTE'S ELIXIR. I^ OR a general alterative Medicine this Elixir has stood . unrivalled for more than Haifa Century, and the Public cannot have Recourse to a more efficacious Remedy, as a Purifier of the Blood from all Humours, whether contracted by too trie Living, or from Surfeits, Jaundice, SCLIR\ y, or Humours after the Measles or Small- Pox, See. & c. Tor all Obstructions in the Bowels, and for the Cure of Worms in Children or Adults, it will be found equally serviceable. In Complaints incident to the Female Sex, it has frequently proved of the greatest Service; it assists Digestion, strengthens the Siomach, and has been found of infinite Service to those who take long Voyages, as a Preservative against the Scurvy. ( py Be careful to observe that the Words " Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard," are printed in the Stamp alfixed to each Bottle, as counterfeit Sorts arc ottered for Sale ill almost every Town. Sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church Yard, London, Price Is. Id. J a Bottle, Duty included; and Retail by one or more respectable Vender in every Town throughout the Kingdom. To be S O L D by HOTlU N, By Mr. JARVIS, On Tuesday the 20th of Oc'ober, 1812, on the Premises of the late Mr. WM. HI TCH CO CK, of C HI P PI NG- W A RDE N GRANGE, in the County of Northampton,— / 1 REY MARE by Gohanna, stinted to Doubtful; grey * i Yearling and Filly, out of Ditto bv Starling ; Blood Mare, by Phlegon, stinted to Doubtful; four Colts and Fillies, out of Ditto by Doubtful; Two- year- old Mare, by Hercules; Blood Mare, stinted to Doubtful ; sucking Filly, out of Ditto by Fildiner ; three Hackneys, and four capital Cart- Horses. nearly t' 00 very useful Sheep Stock, in Lots. Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock, as the Whole will be sold and delivered the same Day. Catalogues to be had at the Red Lion, Banbury ; Wheat Sheaf, Daventry ; and principal Inns in the Neighbourhood. BEDFORD, September 25th, 1812. CBROWN begs to announce to his Friends atjd • the Public, that he has purchased the Premises and taken the Whole of the STOCK in TRADE of his lale Father- in- Law, Mr. WM. SMITH, Carrier, ST. PETER'S, BEDFORD, w here he intends continuing the same Business, and hopes by unremitting Attention to the Safety and quick Conveyance of all Description of Goods intrusted to his Care, to merit the Favours of his Friends and the Public in general. Kettering, Northamptonshire. To be DISPOSED OF by PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. T. PELL, On Wednesday the 21st ot October, 1S12, and following Days, on the Premises, ALL the very valuable, genteel, and useful HOUSE- HOLD. FURNITURE and sundry EFFECTS late the Property ot Mr. JOSEPH TIMMS, of KETTERING, Woolstapler and Maltster; consisting of Feather and other Beds, Bedsteads in various Furnitures, Blankets and Coverlids, lied and Table- Linen ; Pier and Swing- Glasses, a capital Clock, Carpets, Dressing- Tables, Bureaus, Chests of Drawers, Chairs, Dining and other Tables, a capital Blue- and White Dinner Set, Chiivi and Glass, Copper, Pewter, and Brass; Brewing and Washing- Coppers, and other necessary Brewing and Washing- Utensils ; one Road Mare, two Carts, Rick ot Hay, Barn. Tackle, & c. with other Implements in Husbandry. A choice Collection of BOOKS. The Sale to begin each Morning at Ten o'Clock.-- Catalogues will be delivered in due ' Time. Langford, near Biggleswade, Beds. To he DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ANewly built bricked, tiled, and sashed DWELLING- HOUSE, neatly fitted up; comprising a good Dairy. Kitchen, Hall, and Parlour; five very pleasant Chambers ; Yard and Garden, 1' umpof good Water,' Wood and Coal- House, Cow- Hovell, Stabling for five Horses, two Barns, Hovels, Piggeries, & c. standing in six Acres of old Inclosure, with all the Pollards and Spires growing thereon, and very valuable common Rights attached, for three Cows, with immediate Possession. For a View of the Premises, apply to ROBINSON, the Bailiff, on the Premises. For further Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to T. HAGGER, Potton, Beds, who will accommodate the I'urcha- er with ten Acres of open Field Arable Land, if required; it by Letter, Post- paid. BEDFORD. Ta BREWERS and PC P. LICJNS. Capital Public Houses and Land at Clapham, only one Mile, and a Half from the ' Town of Bedford, To be SOLD by AUCTION', At the Swan Inn, Bedford, on Tuesday the 21th of November, 1812. at Three o'Clock, A. R. P. Lot 1, A capital PUBLIC HOUSE, called the PARK WOOD HOUSE; BARN and OUT- BUILDINGS, with the Pightle and Lane adjoining, containing 4 Q 28 This House is well known to draw a considerable Quantity of Beer, being much resorted to bv the Inhabitants of Bedford as a rural Retreat, and is capable of being made a valuable Concern, as well to the Brewer as the Publican. A. R. P. Lot 2. A capital PUBLIC HOUSE, known by the Sign of the HORSE AND JOCKEY, with extensive Outbuildings, Yards, and Garden, containing 0 A PIGHTLE on the West- Sideof Ditto 0 A Piece, called the Islahd of Hempland 0 2 23 3 8 2 32 2 0 28 This House is situate in the Town Street of CLAPH IM, on the high Road from Bedford to Kettering, and is much resorted to by Drovers and other Travellers, and is capable of carrying on an extensive Trade. Printed Particulars with Reference Plans will shortly he ready tor Delivery, and may be had at the Chambets of FORSTER, COOKE, and FRERE, Lincoln's Inn ; Mr. CUSTANCE, Cambridge; at the Swan Inn, Bedford; Cock, Eaton- Socon; White Lion, K; mbolton ; White Hart, Ampthill; George, Stamford; Cross Keys, St. NeotS; George, Huntingdon; Sun, Biggleswade; George, Cotton; and White Horse, Baldock. To be viewed with Leave of the Tenants. BEDFORDSHIRE, Large Wahut Trees and capital Barn al Clapham, About two Mi^ from the Town of Bedford. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Swan Inn, in Bedford, on Wednesday the 25th Day of November, 1812, at Three o'Clock, T7TVE large WALNUT TREES, standing on the Manor Farm, in the Occupation of Mrs. Tossell, at CLAPHAM, in the County of Bedford. Also, a capital boarded and tiled BARN, 40 Feet long, 18 Feet wide, and 14 Feet high to the Wall Plates, now standing in Picket's Close, in CL\ PHAM, and in the Occupation of Mr. Baizcley. Printed Particulars will shortly be ready for Delivery, and may be had at the Chambers of FORSTSR, COOKE, and FRER*, Lincoln's Inn; Mr. CUSTANCE, Cambridge; at the Swan Inn, Bedford; Cock, Eaton- Socon ; White L; on, Kim- bolton; While Hart, Amprhill , George, Stamford; Cross Keys, St. Neots; Georjte, Huntingdon; Sun, Biggleswade; George. Potton; and White Horse Bah'. ftck. Warwickshire valuable Freehold Estates, Tithe- free and Lund- Tax redeemed. To be SOL D by AUCHO N, At the King's Head Inn, in the City of Coventry, on Friday the 30th Day of October, 1812, at Five o'Clock in the After- noon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, ^ T^ WO very valuable and desirable FREEHOLD ESTATES, j in the following Lots; Lot 1. All that substantial Fann- House, with the Barns, Stables, Out- buildings, Yards, Garden, and Appurtenances, and several Closes, Pieces, or Parcels ot Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land thereunto belonging, containing together about one Hundred and Eighty- four Acres, situate in PaiLh of WOOL STON, in the Count* of VVarwi k. commonly called the NEW FARM, and now in the OccupationofMr. William Mann Lot. 2. Ail that other substantial Farm- House, with the Ranis, Stables. Out- buildings, Yards, Garden, and Appui- tenances, and several Closes, i'ieces or Parcels ot Arable and Pasture Land thereunto belonging, containing together about two Hundred and thirty Acres, situate in the Parish of WOO L- STON aforesaid, commonly called the HEATH FARM, and Sow in the Occupation of Mr. Edward Mann. The Buildings are in excellent Repair, and the Fences in good Condition ; the Estates are well watered ; the Poor Rates very low, and Possession ot both the Lots may be had at Lady. Dav next. The Estates adjoin each other, and are distant from Coventry about seven Miles, from Rugby about six Miles, from Warwick about 12 Miles, and from the Turnpike- Road leading from Coventry to London about a Mile and a Half. The respective Tenants yvill shew the Premises ;. and printed Particulars may be had of Messrs. OBOIF., ODOU, & FORSTER Solicitors, Carv- Strcet, Lincoln's Inn, London ; of Mr. WM SUTTON, of Dunchurch; and of Messrs. WOODCOCK'S, & TWIST, Solicitors, Coventry, fSIVEW RIGHT is happy to announce the usual good . Fortune that attended his old- established Offices, the 8th ot September, having shared and sold THE LARGEST PR17F" therein, No. 3,651, =£ 16,000, with various other CAPITALS, in 4( 1 Shares.— Also ' The ON LY =£ 40,000 I The Last 000 • The First 30,000 I And Prizes for 102,000 Inor. e Lottery alone, and where he confidently trusts the same Success will attend his Friends and future Purchasers in the New Small Lottery, of 10,000 Tickets, containing two Prizes of =£ 20,000, and more Prizes than the last, all » o be Drawn Soth October, tor which Tickets and Shares are on Sale in gieait Variety at No. 37, CORNHILL; 38. HAYMARKST; and No. 141, OXFORD. STREET. — And also by his Agents, Mr. WILLIAM BI RDSALL,— Northampton. T. OSWIN,— Coventty. Messrs. SwtNNEY & FERRALL,— Birmingham. • Mr. E. BATES,— Kettering. T. CHENEY,— Banbufy. S, F. BAXTER,— Bicester. % " bom Part of the above Capitals were sold. Great- Kington and Wdletbournc Turnpike Gates. IV? OTfCE is hereby Given, That the next Meetin ® of . 71 t, he Trustees ot the Turnpike Road leading from Upton, in the Parish of Ratley, to the North- End of Bridge- Street in the I own of G reat- Kington, and from thence to the Guide Pos" at the Town of Wellesboume- Hastings, in the County of Warwick, will be held on TUESDAY the Twenty- seventh Day ot OCTOBER next ensuing, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. R U „?, U. SEOT SHELER, known by the Name or Sign of the Unite Swan, situate in the Town of flu EAT- K I NCTOW a to res aid, at which Meeting the TOLLS payable at the respective • W^'^ w ^ 5 ™ the said Road- together with the respective Itok, ;_ SES theret0 belonging, will be LETT by A U C- liur\, either separately or together, as the Trustees shall think proper, to the Best Bidder, on such Conditions as will i e tlier produced The Tolls arising at the said Turnpike Gates were Lett las' Year tor the Sum of j; 206, and will be put up at such Sums ai the rustees present shall think fit. And whoever happens t. be the Best Bidder must, at the same Time, pay down one Month s Kent in advance, and give Security, with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the T. ustees, for Payment of the Remainder of the Rent Monthly or Quarterly as shall be required by the Trustees then present. Also that new Trustees will be elected in the Room of those who are dead or refuse to Act, and such other Business done and transacted as by the several Acts is required. By an Act passed in the last Session of Parliament the Tolls have been very considerably increased, and the Tru-. tees will at the said Meeting consider of the Propriety of reducing or raising the lolls at present directed to he taken on Ihe said Road. ... . KE LYNGE GREENWAY, Clerk to the Trustees. Warwick, 15/ 4 September, 1812. Estates in Ashby- de- lu- Zouch. To be SOLD by AUCTION, In the Month of October or early in November. 1812, in Lots, AVerv valuable ESTATE in ASHBY- DE- LA- ZOUCII consisting of upwards of 500 Acres of very valuable Land, partly adjoining the Town ; together with several valuable Messuages and Buildings therein. IN TOE VICINITY OF BEDFORD. VT ALU A RLE FRF. EHOI. D, and considerable Part TITHF.- FRT. E, ESTATES; consisting of valuable Manors, with ' he Rights, Royalties, and Fisheries; impropriate Tithes, Advowson and next Presentation to the Vicarage of Clapham ; several valuable and Tithe- free Farms, and extensive Wood I ands, several Cottages, and well- accustomed Public- Houses, situate in the Parishes of CLAPHAM, BEDFORD, GOL- DINCTON, ROLNHURST, THUR LEIGH, M ARSTON, and WOOTTON, in the Vicinity of the populous Town of Bedford, amiuntine together to 2I29A 1R. 14P. Which will be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Swan Inn, in Bedford, on Tuesday arid Wednesday the 24th and 25th of November, 1812, precisely at Three o'Clock each Day, in 67 Lots, In CLAPHAM, About one 1$ Mile from Bedford, and free of great Tithes, The Manors or Lordships of Fitz- Jeofferves, Vauxes, and Clapham, with the Rights Royalties, and Fisheries; Imoro- priaie Tithes, Advowson and next Presentation to the Vicarage of Clapham ; several elieible Farms, and extensive well- clothed Wood Lands, several Cottages, and well- accustomed Public- Houses, amounting together to 1223A 2R. OP. of Pasture, Meadow, and Arable Land, and 100 A . 2R. 22P. of Wood Land. In BEDFORD— Tithe free. That well- Vnown and highly- valuable Farm, adjoining the Town of Bedford, called the Priory Farm, consisting of a capital Hou-' e, extensive Out- buildings, and 369.4. 3R. 25P. of rich Grazing and Arable Land, which will be sold in small Lots for the Convenience of the Town . if Bedford, and of which a great Portion is well situated for Building or Garden Ground. In GOLDINCTON— Tithe- free. A Parcel of rich ' Meadow Land in Goldtogton Mead. In BOLNHURST— Titheable. The reputed Manor of Greenbury, with the Farm- House, Out- buildings, and Demesne Lands thereto belonging, in the Occupation of Mr. Green, containing 278A. 2R. 39P. of Pasture, Meadow, and Arable I and, and fiA. 2R. 6P. of Wood Land — The Buildings are in excellent Repair, the Land of the best Quality, in good Condition, and remarkably well timbered. In THURLEIGH— Tithe- free. A Parcel of Arable Land, containing 19 Acres, in the Occu- pation of Mr. Green; and Thurleigh Park Wood, in Hand, containing 31A. 3R. 5P. of well covered W'ood Land, In MARSTON and WOOTTON— Tithcable. A very capital Dairy Farm, consisting of a Farm- House, and Out, builjines-, all verv substantial and in good Repair, and k. 3R. 15P. of rich Pasture. Meadow, and Arable Land, in the Occupation of Mrs Millard, and in most excellent Condition — The Farm is on the high Road from Bedford to Ampthill, and standing in an elevated Situation, commanding beautiful Views over the surrounding Country, and may be easily formed into an agreeable Villa. The above Estates are of a superior Quality, and are valuable from their Contiguity to the Town of Bedford, and the navi. gabieRiverOnze, presenting many desirable Spots for building upon, and affording inexhaustible Reds of Brick Earth, Lime Stone, and Crave! of the best Qualities. Printed Particulars with Reference Plans will shortly be ready for Delivery, and may be had at the Chambers of FORSTER, COOKE, and FRERE, Lincoln's Inn; Mr. CUSTVNCE, Cam- bridge; at the Swan Inn, Bedford; Cock, Eaon- Socon; White Lion, Kimbolton; White Hart, Ampthill; George, Stamford; Cross Keys, St. Neots; George, Huntingdon; Sun, Biggleswade; George, Potton; and White Horse, Haldock. To be viewed with Leave of the Tenants. Particulars will shortly be published, and may fee had at the principal Inns in the Neighbourhood ; of John Evans, F^ q S( Mildred's Court, Poultry; and ot Messrs Claridte A- Ive'son," Pali- Mall, London, where Plans. of the Fstate mi', be seen. Comfortable Residence at Higham- Ferrers, zcith immediate ' Possession. To bv L E T T, Either for a Term of Years, or from Year to Yedt, A Verv desirable RESIDENCE in HIGHAM- FERRERS, in the County of Northampton, late in the Possession of Mr. JAMES BROWN, deceased, and subsequently of his Family; comprising a large Dining- parlour, a small' Sitting- room, and a good Kitchen with a Back Kitchen, Brewhouse Dairy, and other Conveniences, on the Ground Floor - three excellent Sleeping- rooms on the second Floor, and the same Number ot commodious Attics.— The Estate is well wate'fil and has good Cellarage, an extensive Yard and Orchard, and a well- planted usetul Garden, with a Bam, Stable, and other suitable Out- offices, all in capital Repair: it has likewiseUie peculiar Advantages of being situate on the Turnpike- Road from Kettering to Bedford, having a Mail to. London DISS the Door every Evening at Six o'Clock, and a Day. Coach three Times'a Week and of being in the Neighbourhood of several Pack's of Fox- Hounds. ^ The Premises are well adapted for a small genteel Family, and are also calculated for any Trade or Manufacture which requires Room. — Possession may be had at Michaelmas next. For a View apply to DAVID RAPPIT! on the Premise) ; anil tor further Particulars, to Mr. JOSETH BROWN, ot Irthliifg- borough ; or to J GOODHAI. L, Esq. Solicitor, Wellingborough Freehold and Tithe- f ree Farm and Lands, exonerated from Land- Tax, in the CountIJ of Bedford. To be S O L D bv A U C t I O N, By Mr. PRICKETT, At the Auction- Mart, near the Bank of England, london, on Wednesday the 21st of October, 1812, at Twelve o'Clock, in four Lots, ATruly desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; containing tip- wards of 113 Acres of valuable productive Land, situate at CAMP ION, in the County of Be. iford ; one Mile from Shetford- seven from Hitchin and Ampthill, and nine Miles from the Town of Bedford, in the Occupation of Mr. Joseph Ibbs, Tenant at Will. Also, tyvo FREEHOLD CLOSES of very rich GRAZING LAND; containing upwards of eight Acres, near SILSOE, in the said County, in the Occupation of Mr. James Poulio'n, Tenant at Will ; and likewise a CLOSE of exceedingly good GRAZING LAND, called I. IT, ILE- BRADE ; containing ncar'lv five Acres, situnte at U P PER- G RAVE NH URST, in the aforesaid County of Bedford. May be viewed, and printed Particulars had of Messrs. IIINDLEY & ROE, Solicitors, Baldock, where a Map may ba seen -". Particulars may also be had at the Swan Inn, Bedford • the Sun, Hitchin; the Swan, Biggleswade; the White Hart* Shefford; White Hart, Ampthill; the George Inn, Silsoe ; at the Auction. Mart, London} and of Mr. PRICKITT, Highgate Middlesex. ' To be Til*; GENUINE MEDICINE, SpiUmry's Patent Antiscorbutic Drops, Has the Words, " By the King's Patent," expressed on the Bottles, Bill of Direction, and Outside Wrapper, and the King's Duty is printed in black Ink.— In Bottl- sof Six Shillings,— Double Ten Shillings and Sixpence,— and largest One Pound Two Shillings, Duty included.— Compound Essence 8s. To Mr. SP1LSBURY, 15, Soho Square, London. SLR._ Cranbrook, July 18, 1812. HAYING experienced so much Benefit from your PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, without In- gratitude I cannot let it remain unknown to yourself and the Public. I was sadly afflicted with the Scurvy in my Legs, which for two Years gradually b'- came worse, till I had above 40o Holes in them, above 20 of which were much broader than a Shilling My State being known to a humane Gentleman, lie informed me of a Case very similar to mine: the Person had been con- fined to Bad the greatest Part of two Ye » rs, and by taking a few small Bottles of your Drops, was soon cured. By his Recom- mendation I was induced lo give thein a Trial, and to my great Surprise and Comfort, I soon found my Sores healed', and after taking three small Bottles 1 could do my Work without Incon- venience. To prevent the Return of the Disease, I take about one small Bottle each Year, which has fully succeeded to my Wishes ; and 1 remain your obliged humble Servant, Witness, Jos. DOBELI., THO M AS K ENN A RD. Sold by the Printers of this Paper, and all other Mudicine Venders Rich Grazing Land, Leu- ester. SOLD bv A U C T I O N By Mr. PRICKETT, At the Sign ot the Saracen's Head, in the Borough Town of Leicester, on Saturday the 24th of October, 1S12, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, in three Lots, A Desirable and truly valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE TA exonerated from Land- Tax, situate near BRANSTONE- GATE * and the Town of LEICESTER, on the East Side of the Road, leading from thence to Narborough, in the Occupation of Mr. Joshua Wilcox; comprising a Brick Messuage, erected a few Years since, with a Barn, Offices, Yard and Garden, and foUr Closes of extremely valuable productive Land, extending Irorti the said High Road, to the River Soar, and containing upwards of 17 Acres. * Maybe viewed, and printed descriptive Particulars miv'he had on the Premises ; and also at Mr; Neale's, the Saracen's Head Leicester, where a Map of the I. o's may be seen ; at the Fox ' Melton- Mowbray; the Bull's Head, Hinckley- the Fox' Market- Harborough; the Plough, Loughborotgh ; at tile Auction- Mart, London; and of Mr. I'RICKETT, Highgate, Middlesex. In November next will be published by Subscription, dedi- cated lo Granville Sharp, Esq. In four handsome Volumes, 8vo. Price to Subscribers, ;£ 2. gs. to be advanced on the Day of Publication to Not, subscribers! The first Volume to be delivered to Subscriber* only on the 15th of October, AHISTORY of the HOUSE of COMMONS, of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, from the earliest Period to the piesent Time; to which is added, a political and personal History of all the Boroughs, Cinque- Ports, Cities, and Counties in the United Kingdom; containing their antier. t and present State ; the Constitution ot the Britons; Witena Gemote of the Saxons ; Representative Parliament of the 4th of William the First, restored the 49th of Henry the Third; Boroughs partially restored, the 18th of Edward the First; the Right of Sulfiage limited the 8th of Henry the Sixth ; Boroughs discon- tinued and restored in every Reign from Edward the First to James the Second. The City of Ely and 92 Boroughs never re- stored ; Incorporation of Wales into the Parliament of England the 27th of Henry the Eighth ; equal Representation during the Common- wealth; Union with Scotland, Ditto with Ireland; Local History of each Borough. Cinque- port, < ity, and Connty • Contradictory Rights of Elections in each -, Charters, Petitions complaining of undue Elections,, with the Decisions upon each - Resolutionsof Committees, Proprietors and Patrons of Boroughs ; Venality and Corruption ; Number ot Votes in each Place, & c. ; List of Members called Poussineers, who were said to be influL cnced byM. Poussin, the French Ag: nt in the Reign of Charles the Second ; List of Member.-, who voted for making the Prince and Princess of Orange King and Queen cf England ; List of Members who voted for and against the Hanover Succession & c By H. B. Oldfield, Esq. ffT" Subscriptions are received by 12. & R. Crosby Ik Co. Stationers'- Court, Paternoster. Row, London, and bv > 11 « iher IiookteUers. r • The Northampton Mercury1, and General Advertsier for the Counties of Northampton^ feed ford, Buckingham Huntingdon, Leicester, Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, THURSDAY, October 15. rUESD. VY Night's Gazette contains an Order of Coun- cil directing; Letters of Marque and lleprisal to be jtsued against all vessels, & c. belonging to the United' States of America. But " nothing in this Order contained shall be understood to recal or affect the declaration which liis Majesty's naval commander on the American station has been authorised to make to the Government of the United States; namely, that his 11. H. the Prince Regent, animated by a sincere desire trt arrest the calamities of war^ has authorised the said Commander to sigil a Convention, re- calling and annulling, frditi a day to be named, all hostile Orders issued by the respective Governments, with a view of restoriirg without delay the relations of amity and commerce.'' . TdftigA- Offi. ee, October 15. Accounts have beeri this tiiormng received from General Viscount Cathcart, dated St. Petersburg!), Sept. 22, and Stating to the following effect :—" Marshal Prince Kutuzow having withdrawn his army from before Moscow, the enemy entered it on the 15th. But the Emperoi" of Russia has determined to persevere, aud refuse every overture to nego- tiate, direct or indirect. . " By every account the French lost 40,000 flien in the battle of Borodino, and retreated 13 wersts. Two days after the battle, Kutuzow retired a short distance on the Moscow road; he then endeavoured to find a position more tenable near Moscow ; but such not being to be found, he retired, after a Council of War, to a strong positioii, leaving the enemy to enter the city. " The position taken up by the Russians is nearly twenty miles beyond Moscow, near Podolsk and Wakedesk.— The communications of the enemy on the side of Smolensk are menaced. Thirty thousand " men are near Twer.—- The Militia of tfalous- a and the surrounding countries are kept in their positions.— That of Moscow is with Kutusnff. A battle ill the new position seems inevitable at an early day. — Tormazoff's corps would be near 100,000 men in a few days.— The detachments front Riga and Finland were moving to join Wittgenstein." French Papers have been received to the 9th inst. which Contain the Twenty- first Bulletin, dated Moscow, Sept. 20. It commences with a horrid and disgusting assertion, " Three hundred incendiaries have been arrested and shot." The mind sickens at this cool bloody barbarity, and at the manner in which it is announced, as an execution ill the ordinary course of justice. Those unfortunate men who fell victims to the rage of Bonaparte for obeying the orders of their Commander, would have suffered the same fate had their conduct been disobedient to those orders. The Bulletin asserts that lar^ e quantities of ammunition had been found.— The most, and perhaps the only important statement in the Bulletin is, that the rainy season is com- menced, and that the greater part of the French army was " in barracks" in Moscow.— [ t may therefore be supposed the campaign terminated, at least for the present. Thougl: it is hoped, however, that it will now begin on the part of the Russians, and that taking advantage of the climate t which they are inured, they will not allow any test to their enemy. If" what is reported respecting the approach of Tor- mazoff with 80,000 men, be true, never was the opportunity for putting a stop to the tareer of Bonapartftmore favour- able; If the force of Tormazoff be only half what is Stated the most happy result may be, expected from his advance ( jut of Volhynia towards the seat of action— it would com- pletely cut off the communication of the French army with Poland— or, by a march to Riga, the superiority of his force, joined to that of Wittgenstein, would enable him to destroy the corps under Macdonald. The' following is the Bulletin. It cannot be read without horror, mixed with indignation sgamst the monster who lias caused the dreadful event it relates:— TWENTY- FIRST BULLETIN of the GRAND ARMY. " Moscow, September 20. " Three hundred incendiaries have been arrested and shot; they were provided with fuses, si* inches long, which they had between two pieces of wood; they had also squibs, Tvhich they threw upon the roofs of the houses. The wretch Rostopchin had these prepared on the pretence that he wished to send a balloon full of combustible matter amidst the French Army. He thus got together the squibs aud other materials necessary for the execution of his project. " The fires subsided on the 19th and 20th ; three quarters ftf the citv are burned ; among other palaces that beautiful One of Catharine, which had been newly furnished. Not above a quarter of the houses remain. " While Rostopchin was taking away the fire- engines ef the city, he left behind him 00,000 muskets,' 150 pieces of cannon," more than 100,000 balls and shells, 1,500,000 cartridges, 400,000lbs. of gunpowder, 400,00011 is. of salt- petre and sulphur. It was not till the 19th that the powder, saltpetre, and sulphur were discovered, at a fine estab- lishment half a league from the city; this is a matter of importance ; we are now supplied with ammunition for two « ampaigns. " We every day discover cellars full of wine and brandy. " Manufactures were beginning to flourish at Moscow; they are destroyed. The conflagration of this capital will throw Russia 100 yenrs back. " The weather is becoming rainy; the greatest part of the army is iu barracks in Moscow."' The " plenty, good quarters for the winter, and a speedy peace," which Bonaparte promised his troops as the result of the possession of Moscow, have vanished. In the rage occasioned by this disappointment, he has given a new proof of his disregatd of the law of nationsi one hundred of the persons employed by the Russian Governor to fire the city, have been shot for this act, committed in obedience to the command of their Government, for the purpose of defeating the object and embarrassing the advance of an cnemv into their own country. Ilow many of the French fell victims in the mighty conflagration is not stated, but i is likely the design of the Russians was to destroy Napoleon nnd his whole army: to what extent this purpose was ac- complished we are not likely trufy to learn.— The campaign therefore, continues, and the advanced guard of the French Briny had proceeded, on Sept. 17th, twenty wersts iu pur- suit of the Russians, who had retired on the road to Kassan a werst is two- thirds of a mile: the distance was therefore fibout 14 miles. Another French advanced guard is on the road for St. Petersburg!), where, Bonaparte says," (. here i not a single soldier;" intimating, thereby, that it will fall an easy prey to his army; But it is to be considered that winter has commenced in Russia; that it is 500 English rsiles from Moscow to St. Petersburg, that the Russians hive retired unhroken, and that they will oppose his progress and that even in the event of his reaching St. Petersburg!] be will arrive there with a reduced and attenuated force while the waste of the Russian armies is more than supplied by reinforcements that may ultimately overwhelm hi The Russian war, like the Spanish war, it appears, is be- come a national one; and if the people continue to display the same fortitude and patience under every privation, they may confidently anticipate a like result.— Moscow is iri nearly the same latitude as Edinburgh, but the cold is much more intense. The rivers in its neighbourhood freeze over at the latter end of November, and break up at the be- ginning of April. Advices have been received by Government, of so late a date as the 14th ult, from Sicily, that a Treaty has been ajreed to by the Court with Lord \ V. Bentinck, that a body of Sicilian troops, not less than 7,000, are to be put under his command ; and that England is to secure Sicily to the Royal Family. Letters to the 27th ult. have reached town from Gibraltar. They confirm the intelligence before received that a junc- tion had taken place in Murcia between the armies of Soult find Snchet: and the ivhole French army, being now 70,000 strong, was expected to commence active operations. Recent accounts had reached Gibraltar, from Xeres, wherein it is said, that those inhabitants have been severely dealt with by the Government, who were known to have been friends of the French whilst they occupied that place. A Cadiz paper of the 18th ult. says—" A deputation of the Ayuntamiento of this city this day went on board the Ship of the Rear- Admiral of the British squadron lying in this bay, to give thanks, in the name of the inhabitants whom they represent, to the seamen of our allies, for the in- defatigable zeal with which they assisted in the defence of this place, during the continuance of the siege." A very numerous Meeting of the Freeholders of Yorkshire was held on Monday, at the Castle Yard, York, to nominate candidates for the county of York, at the ensuing election. The High- Sheriff, ( Sir T. Slingsby) having opened the business of the Meeting, Sir F. L. Wood proposed Lord Milton as a candidate; he was seconded by W. Wri^ htswn, Esq. Sir R. tj'Arcey Ilildyard proposed J. A. Stuart Wortley, Esq. and was seconded bv R. Bcthell, Esq. H. Plumer, F. sq. of Bolton, then proposed the Hon. II. Lascelles, which was seconded by the Hon. W. Bellasyse. The Candidates then respectively addressed the Freeholders. Mr. Lascelles disclaimed the idea of being in the slightest degree accessary to his being put in nomination; but as the law was imperative, that a person elected should be com- pelled to serve, he said, that if elected, he should certainly uerform his duty, but would take no steps to procure, his election. On a shew of hands, the Sheriff declared the numbers to be in favour of Mr. Wortley and Mr. Lascelles. Lord Milton declared his intention to stand a poll. Previous to the nomination, Sir M. M. Sykes moved an Address of Thanks to \ V. Wilherforce, Esq. for his faithful services during the time he had represented the county ; the motion was seconded by Crowe, Esq. and carried unanimously. From 10,000 to 12,000 persons were present. It is said that Lord Middleton under the title of " A Friend," put down <£ 30,000 to support Mr. Lascelles' Election ! and that upwards of £" 45,000 was subscribed before eight o'clock in the evening.—- Under these circum- stances, Mr. Wortley, who came forward only under a well grounded expectation that Mr. Lascelles would not have been proposed, withdrew his pretensions, and Lord Milton and Mr. Lascelles will therefore be returned without opposition. The following trait of benevolence, which occurred a short time since, reflects as much honour on the poor debtors in Newgate, as it serves to shew the want of feeling in the inhuman being whose conduct called forth their generous exertions. An interesting female, with au infant at her breast, whose only protector is a prisoner of war in France, was taking home some needle- work in the evening, for which she was to have received a single shilling, when she was seized by two men, and with her infant at her breast, shown into a coach, and conveyed to Newgate, for a debt of 17s. which she had contracted and was unable to pav.— The debtors immediately opened a subscription, and each ope contributing his mite, they raised sufficient to pay the debt, and the same evening Sheered the poor creature into liberty. NEW DRURY LANE THEATRE. On Saturday evening last, Drury Lane Theatre was opened to the astonishment and delight of the inhabitants of the metropolis.— As early as three in the afternoon; the parties who were proceeding to satisfy themselves of the truth of the reports, which they had heard, of this elegant building, could he compared only to a variety of torrents, rushing from various sources, to one general fdciis. A few minutes after the doors were opened sufficed to fill every avenue of the interior; and the seats were soon filled almost to suffocation. The whole vocal force of the House appeared on the stage, and sang li God save the King," the audience joining in the chorus. It was followed by " Rule Britannia." The Perfoimers then retired, amidst a thunder of applause. A few minutes after Mr. ELUSION appeared to speak the following ADDRESS. TRtV THE PF. IT OF LORD MYH0tt. IN one dread night our city saw, and sighed, Bowed to the dust, the Drama's tower of pride- In one short hour, beheld the blazing fane, Apollo sink, and SHAKSPEARE cease to reign. Ye who beheld, oh ! sight, admired and mourned, Whose radiance mocked the rttin it adorned ! Through clouds of lire the massy fragments riven, Like Israel's pillar, chase the night from heaven, Saw the long column of revolving flames Shake its red shadow o'er the startled Thames, While thousands throng'd around the burning dome, Shrank back appalled, and trembled for their home, As glared the volumed blaze, and ghastly shone The skies, with lightnings awful as their own, Till bUckening ashes aud the lonely wall Usurped the Muses' realm, and marked her fall { Say— shall this new nor less aspiring pile. Reared where nncc rose the mightiest in our isle, Know the same favour which the former knew, A shrine for Sn AKSPEABE— worthy him and you ? Ves— it shall. be— The magic of that name Defies the scythe of Time, the torch of flame- On the same spot still consecrates the scene, And bids the Drama be inhere she hath been This fabric's hirth attests the potent spell, Indulge oar honest pride, and Bay, IIow well! As soars this fane to emulate the last, Oh ! might we draw our omens from the past, Some hour propitious to our prayers, may boast Names such as hallow still the dome we lost. On Drury first your StDDONs' thrilling art O'erwheim'd the gentlest, stormed the sternest heart} On Drury, GARHICK' Here your last tears Sighed his last thanks But still for living wit the wreaths may bloom That only waste their odwurs o'er the tomb ; Such Drury claimed and claims,— nor you refuse One tribute to revive his slumbering muse, With garlands deck your own MENANIIER'S head I Nor hoard your honours idly for the dead ! Dear are the days which made our annals bright, Ere GARRICK fled or BKINSI. EY ceased to write, Heirs to their labours, like all high- born heirs, Vain of our ancestry as they of theirs While thus Remembrance borrows Banquo's glas3 To claim the sceptered shadows as they pass, And we the mirror hold, where imaged shine Immortal names, einblazon'd on our line, Pause— ere their feebler offspring you condemn, Reflect how bard ( he task to rival them I Friends of the Stage— to whom both Players and Plays Must sue alike for pardon and for praise. Whose judging voice and eye alone direct The boundless power to cherish or reject, If e'er frivolity litis led to fame, And made us blush thut you forbore to blame— If e'er the sinking Stage could condescend To soothe the sickly taste it dare not mend- All past reproach may present scenes refute, Aud censure, wisely load, be justly mute!— Oh ! since your fiat stamps the Drama's laws, Forbear to mock us with misplaced applause; So pride shall doubly nerve the actor's powers, And reason's voice he echo'd back by ours 1 This greeting o'er,— the ancient rule obey'd, The Drama's homage by her herald paid. Receive our welcome too— whose every tone Springs from our hearts, aud fain would win your own. The curtain rises— may our Stage unfold Scenes not unworthy Drury's days of old !— Britons our judges, nature for our guide, Still may we please, long— long may you preside. The Address was rapturously received; the Play Hamlet, with the Farce of The Devil to Pay followed, and the w hole went off to the satisfaction of as respectable an audience as was ever witnessed within the walls of a Theatre. To the GENTRY, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS COUNTY of BUCKINGHAM. GENTLEMEN, IN returning Thanks to you for the Hondur which you have conferred upon me by again returning me to Parliament, I desire not to be judged by my Professions, but by my Conduct in your Service. To be found deserving of your Favour is the proudest Wish of my public Life, and the most gratifying Recollection of it is that, for fifteen Years, I have uninterruptedly enjoyed your Confidence, f have only to assure you that my Principles remain the same as they were when I first iflt'ered myself to your Notice; and I feel that by strictly abiding by them, whatever may be the Changes of political Times and Circumstances, I Shall best do my own Duty, advance your luterests, and redeem the Debt of Gra- titude which I owe you. I have the Honour to be, with every Sentiment of Respect, Gentlemen, Your very faithful and devoted Servant, Aylesbury, Oct. 13, 1812. CH\ NDOS TEMPLE. To the GENTLEMEN, FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of BUCKINGHAM. GENTLEMEN, rl^ llE Unanimity that has so happily, for the Preser- X vation of the Peace of the County, prevailed, in electing me, a second Time, one of your Representatives in Parlia- ment, gives me the flittering Hope that my Conduct and Principles have met with your entire Approbation. The Preservation of your Independence, and the Protection of your Interests, public and individual, are thus entrusted to ine. Under the Engagement, to execute that Trust if con- fided to me, with Diligence and Fidelity, 1 first offered myself to your Notice ; and if, in your Estimation; I have hitherto preserved that Trust entire so as to merit thereby this ad- ditional Mark of your Confidence, I can, w'uh Truth, assure you, that, thus united, your Object in the Preservation of the Independence of the County, as it lias been, shall e. ver be, mine also, and the Protection and Guardianship of your Interests, on the true Grounds of constitutional Freedom, my constant Care, of the 1 To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY", anil FREEHOLDERS of the COUN I Y of HUNTINGDON. GENTLEMEN, PERMIT uo to offer our most sincere Thanks for the very marked and distinguished Manner in which you have this Day again chosen us your Representatives in Parliament, and to assure you that it shall be our constant Endeavour to execute with Fidelity the important Trust you nave reposed in us. We have the honour to remain, Gentlemen, Your faithful and very obliged humble Servants, H INCHING BROOK. WILLIAM HENRY FELLOWES. Huntingdon, Oct. \ 3th, 1812. To the WORTHY and INDEPENDENT FREEMEN of the BOROUGH of LANCASTER. GENTLEMEN, YOUR free and independant Suffrages have now placed me in the high and distinguished Situation of one of your Representatives in Parliament.— With the sincerest Emotions of Gratitude and Attachment, I teuder to you my Thanks. The Dignity with which you have invested me, I duly appreciate— and I feel the whole Weight of the Trust which you have committed to my Hands;— I find mvself the Repre- sentative of the Loyalty and Constitutional Principles of the Freemen of Lancaster, and the Depositary of their Honour and of their Interests. Under this awful IinpressionUpon my Mind, it is unnecessary to make to you any Professions— my Conduct is the Criterion by which I desire to be judged, and to that I shall ever appeal. I have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, Willi the greatest Respect and Attachment, Your faithful, humble Servant, Lancaster, October 9th, 1812. G. DOVETON. VALE Messrs. GRACE your Representa- tive, has indelibly fixed tlie Seal to my Attiiciaiem fur the County, and Zeal in your Service. I have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, With the most profound Esteem and Respect; Your very faithful Servant, Aylesbury, 13th Oct. 1812. W. LOWNDES. To the Worthy and Independent ELECTORS fur the BOROUGH ot; AYLESBURY. GENTLEMEN, * • THE Mark of your Confidence, which you were Yesterday good enough to Confer upon me, by electing me one of your Representatives, calls for my warmest aud sincerest Gratitude. In the Course of my Canvass, at the Hour of my Election, X scorned to iusult your Kindness to me, by thedisgusting Mum- mery of political Professions. What that Situation of a Man's Life may be, irt which his Claims are to be wei'hed and estimated by his Professions, I confess that, as yet, I know 1 A LL Persons having any Claim or Demand upon the not. This, however, I know, that in such a Situation he is - dTX. Estate and Effects of MARY BRANSTON, late of not placed, at the Moment when, as ye( untried by them, he " " "" is presenting himself to the Judgment of his Fellow- Citizens. At such a Tribunal, with his Character as the only Evidence in his Behalf, to its Testimony he must look for Coudemna- tion or Success. The Cordiality with which, as Individuals, and as a Con- OF AYLESBURY BANK. 3f WOODCOCKS BASK II UP TCV. following be held Clock the Forenoon precisely on each Day, viz.— Thursday 29th October, 1812— For Creditors residing in the County of Oxford. Monday 2d November— For Creditors residing in the County of Bedford. Monday 9th November— For Creditors residing within the Hundreds of Cottestoe, Bucks. Monday 16th November— For Creditors residing within the Hundreds of Asbendou. Monday 23d November— For Creditors residing within the Town aud Parish of Aylesbury. Monday SOtli November— For Creditors residing within the three Hundreds of Aylesbury. Monday 7th December— For Creditors residing within the County of Buckingham. Monday 14th December— For Creditors generally. JOSEPH ROSE. Aylesbury, Oct. 13Ih, 1812. DAVEN 1' RY, October 16, 1812. RS. BAGNALL and Miss HOUGHTON re- iTjL speclfully inform the Inhabitants of DWUNTRY and its Vicinity, they intend opeuiug a BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL ( ill a pleasant and airy Situation in that Town) the ensuing CHRISTMAS, und trust by their uniform Attention to the Health and Morals of those young LADIES entrusted to their Care to ensure the Approbation of their Friends. To Ironmongers, Upholsterers, and Cabinet- Makers. JOHN CASSWELL & Co. beg Leave to acquaint the Dealers and Consumers of Cabinet Brass- foundery Articles that they can be supplied with the most fashionable Goods at one Day's Notice, on the same Terras as from the cheapest Manufacturers in Birmingham, by applying at their Cabinet Brass- foundry Warehouse, No. 22, Bucklersbury, London ( for ready Money). The Trade will find this n very desirable Establishment, in getting the most modern Goods at the cheapest possible Rate; where they may likewise always depend upon an Order being executed by the Return of their Carrier ; and to convince the Public of the Superiority of J. C. & Co.' s Articles, both with Respect to Cheapness and Quality, Pal terns of any Kind will be forwarded, on Application, with their Prices annexed. N. B. A very extensive Assortment of the most elegant Curtain- Pins, Drawer- Knobs, and Patent Castors, upon an improved Principle, & c. & c. Every other Article in the Birmingham Line, suitable for Upholsterers and Cabinet- Makers. FA lltliRS of the ENGLISH CHURCH. Edited by the Rev. Legh Richmond, A. M. Rector ofTurvey, Bedfordshire. THE Public are respectfully informed that the eighth and last Volume ( OB the present Plan) of the above Work, is now published.— The Subscribers are re- quested to complete their Sets as soon as possible ; any single Number or Volume may be purchased at present separate. The Price of the Work complete in eight large Octavo Volumes, is £ 5 8s. 6d. in Boards. This Work contains a copious Selection of Tracts and Ex- tracts from the Writings of the following English Reformer* and Martyrs:— Tindal, Frith, Barnes, J « y, Lancelot Rid- ley, King Edward VI, Latimer, Cranmer, Nicholas Rid- ley, Clement, Pliilpot, Rogers, Turner, Hooper, Bradford, Saunders, Lady Jane Grey, Jewell, Iladdon, Fox, Par- ker, Sic. Primed for J. Hatchard, London; and sold by every Bookseller in the United Kingdom. The following Tracts may be had separate ; Bishop Jewell on the Thessalonians, Price 6s.; Bishop Hooper's Confession of Faith, Price Is. ; King Edward's Catechism, Price 6d. ; Patrick's Places, Price Is. To IRONMONGERS. " To be disposed of and entered upon immediately, T> HE S10CK and TRADE of an excellent old- established . Concern in the above Line, where an extensive Trad; has been carried on tor upwards of £ 0 Years, and is now in lull business, situated in the Centre of a respectable Market Town, within 100 Miles of London. lor furiher Particulars, address, Post- paid, to Messrs, ADAMS & BAGLEY, Walsall, near Birmingham. stituent Body, you have received me amongst you, conveys to me the flattering Assurance that you do not consider me uuworthy the Trust with which you have invested me. I accept it as the brightest Encouragement that can be offered, as the most sacred Pledge that can be imposed. It bids me remember, that, as a Representative of the People, even where my Judgment may be inadequate, my Application of it should be at least unbiassed ; t| jat where e^ en in my private Opinion I may be mistaken, in my public Conduct I should at least be Independent, It bijs , ne, lastly, never to forget that, as the Object of your Choice, ray Labours must be zealously applied, must be usefully directed, to your Objects, and to your Service. So long as these Duties to y0u, nnd to my Country, shall be faithfully discharged by me i„ Parliament, so long, I trust, the Kiuiiuess and Cordiality which yoa have extended to me as a Candidate, will uot be withheld from me as your Repre- sentative. X am, Gentlemen, With the most affectionate Respect and Regard, Your fathful huuible Servant, Aylesbury, Oct. 10, 1812. NUGENT. liiiesi, siormeo uie siernegl ueari : K'S latest laurels grew, ) i retiring Roscics drew, > ks, and wept his last adieu. ) hruckley, Towcester, and Weston- on- the- Green ! Turnpike- Road. NOTICE is hereby given, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the above Turnpike- Road will be held, by Adjournment, at the CROWN INN, in BRACKLEV, in the County of Northampton, on WESN ISOAY the 4th Day of NO- VEMBER next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon; at which Meeting the Trustees will take into Consideration and determine upon the demanding, and taking on Sundays, at the several Gaies and Turnpikes upon the said Road, double the Tolls, which by an Act ot the thirtieth Year of the Reign of his'late Majesty King George the Second, relating to the said Road, are granted arid made payable. And at which Meeting new Trustees will be elected in the Stead of those who are dead or refuse to act, and such other Business transacted as by the Acts is required. l! y Older of the Trustees, R. WESTON, Clerk. DcdiVngton, Oct, H? A, 1812. CBJCK, in the Cottuty of Northampton, Widow, deceased, are requested to deliver an Account thereof to her Executors, Mr, Martin Pearson, of Spratton, and Mr. William Cooper, of Crick, or to Mr. Buswell, Solicitor, Northampton, in order that the same may be examined and discharged.— And all Persons who stood indebted to the said Mary Branston, at the Time of her Decease, are desired forthwith to pijy their respective Debts to her said Executors, or to the said Mr. Buswell. Northampton, 10IA October, 1812. Valuable Freehold Estates, in tlit County of Bedford. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By HOGGART S,- PHILIPS, At the Auction- Mart, opposite the Bank of England, on Friday October 23, 1312, at Twelve o'Clock, in Lots, AN highly valuable FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD ESTATE, within seven Miles of the County Town of Bedford, situate in the severall'arishes of PAVINGHAM, CARLTON, and S 1' E VINGTON, a line Sporting Country, and within a short Ride of the Marquis of Tavistock's Hounds. The Estate consists of upwards of 300 Acres of rich Arable, Pasture, and Wood Land, divided into Farms, with Farm. Houses, Barns, Stabling, and Out. buildings, and will be sold in convenient Lots of Farms as the printed Paiticulars will describe. Half the Purchase- Money may remain on Mortgage, and early Pos- session will be given. The present Rental, which is extremely low, does not exceed £ i50 per Annum, and the Lease expires at Lady- Day 1813. May be viewed, anil Particulars Hart 10 Days prior to the Sale, at theSwan Inn, Bedford ; White Hart, Ampthill ; Hind, Wellingborough; of Messrs. Hodson, Soli, citors, Wellingborough; at ths Auction- Mart; and of Messrs. HOGGART & PHII. IPS, 62, Old Broad- Street, Royal Exchange, London, where a Map of the Estate may be seen N" 0TICE of STOLEN, I^ ROM PYTCHLEY HOUSE, on Sunday Night, or early on Monday Morning the 12th of October, 1812, A CHESTNUT BLOOD HORSE, about 14 Hands high, ball- faced, and very thin Mane, has a 6mall switch Tail, with a Blemish on the near Fore Leg, between the Fetlork and Knee, and on the off Side a small Hole near the Girth, apparently from a Stake. Stolen at the same Time, a BRIDLE and SADDLE, the Property of Lord Althorp, the Saddle with the Maker's Name, JYiltson, London, with Yeomanry Stirrups, and the Girths marked L. A . Whoever will give Information of the Offender or Offenders, shall on his or their Conviction, receive FIVE GUINEAS Reward; or if left at any Place, any Person giving Infor- mation of the same, so that the Horse may be recovered, shall be handsomely rewarded for his Trouble, by applying to Mr. J. WHITE, Pytchley- House. BED FO R DSH1R E ASSOC IATION, For Prosecuting Felons, fyc, 7 HERE AS a LARGE BROWN CART MARE, » » with a Bla/. e down the Face, sharp of the Ear, Black Mane, switch Tail, two Black Legs before, two White Heels behind, rather in of the Knees, and having a Touch of the Mange under the Foretop, the Property of Mr. JOHN ATTEREUHY, was stolen out of his Close of Pasture, at BOLNHURST, in the Night of the 5th of October, 1812; also, at the same Time, from his Stable, a SADDLE ( nearly now) and a RING HALTKR. Whoever will discover the Offender or Offenders, shall, on Conviction, receive a Reward sf FIVE GUINEAS from this Association, over and above all other Rewards. THEED P13ARSE, Treasurer. Bedford, October 8. 1812. To he LETT, And entered upon immediately, AN old- established GROCER'S SHOP, with a House, Yard, Garden, and other Conveniences, in the Centre of BRACKLEY- ST.. PETERS, in the County of Northampton. For further Particulars and to treat for the same, apply to W « . EYRE, Grocer, Brackley- St.- Peters, if by Uetter, Post- paid, which will IK duly attended ts. HOCKLIFFE ROAD, is hereby given, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Hock 11 IF.-, in the County of Bedford, to Stony- Stratford, in the County of Buckingham, will be holden at the COCK INN, in STONY- SiRAiEoRoaforesaid, on THURSDAY the 12th Day of NOVEMBER next, between the Hours of Eleven and I'hree; at which lime and Place the TO L1. S arising at the several Gates erected on the said Road, called the HOCKUFFI GATE and the Two MILE ASH GATE ( with the Weighing- Engine), will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidders, for ths Term of One Year, in the Manner directtd by the Act passed in the lath Yearot the Reign of his present Majesty, for regulating Turn- pike- Roads, and will be put up at such Sums a> the t rustees present shall think fit, and subject to such Conditions as will then be produced. Whoever happenstobe the Best Biddersmust immediately pay into the Hands of the Treasurer one Month's Rent in Advance, and at the same Time produce tne Names and undertaking ot Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, to onter inro a Bond for the due Payment of the Rent agreed for, at such Times and in such Manner as the said Trustees shall direct, and for the Performance of the Covenants to be contained in the Leases of such Tolls. By Order of tiie Trustees, JN. FR. CONGREVE, Clerk. Stony- Stratford, Oct. 12lb, 1812. Market- Harboruugh and IV. tiford Turnpike- Roads from Northampton. • VTOTICE is hereby given, T hat the Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament, for more effectually amending, widening, and keeping in Repair the Turnpike- Roads l- ading from the Town of Northampton, to Chain Bridge, near the Town ot Market- HarboVough, and from the Di- ection- Post, in Kingsthorpe, in tne County of Northampton, toWelford Biidge, in the same County, will, on THUKSDAY the 19ih Day of NO- VEMBER next, between the Hours ot Eleven in the Forenoon and Two in the Afternoon, at the ilou; e of Mr. HAMSHAW, the SWAN INN, in LAMPORT, in the said County of Northampton, . LETT to FARM bv AUCTION, to the Highest Bidders, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year ot the Reign ot his present Majesty , tor regulating Turnpike- P. oads, the TOLLS arising at the several Gates called or known by the Names ot BRIXWORIK GATE and I ITTLE- BOWDEN GATE, on the Harborough Road; and BRAMPTON GATE and THORNBY GATE, on ih Wellord Road; for a l'erm of One, Two, or Three Years, as shall be then agreed upon, commencing respectively the first Day of January next, which Tolls produced clear the last Year the Sums following, via.— Brixwortb Gate, ivitb the Weighing- Engine £ 160 Little, bawien Gati 7: 4 Hramp'on Gute, - with tbs Weighing Engine ....... 461 Thornby Gate ... 408 and will 0c put up at those respective Sums.— The Best Bidder tor the Tolls arising at Brixworth and Little- Cowden Gates are forthwith to d. posit and pay the sum of £ 50 ; and for the Tolls at Biampton and Thornby Gates ttie Sum of ^£ 25, in Advance, and towards the Rent of the said foils ; and must produce sufficient Sureties, and enter into Security, for Pay- ment ot the Residue of the Rent by Monthly Payments. CHAS. MARK. HAM, Clerk to the Trustees. Northampton, Oct. 16/ 0, 1812. A capital Public House. To be LETT by AUCTION, By Mr. THOMSON, At the School- House in Wellingborough, in the County of Northampton, on Wednesday the 21st of October, 1812, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, and may be entered upon immediately, ALL that old- established and good- accustomed PUBLIC . HOUSE, how in tull Trade, known by the Sign of the SOW AND PIGS, | n the East End of WE LLINGBO KOUGH aforesaid, in the Occupation of Mr John Allen, with the Pig- Yard, Barns, Stables, and Appurtenances to the same belonging. A very considerable Pig- Market is held on these Premises every Wednesday, which is attended by most of the principal Dealers in this and tnc adjoining Counties: and the Whole Premises form a most eligible and advantageous Situation for any Person desirous of entering into the Tublic Business. Security will be required for the Payment of the Rent. For a View of the Premises, apply to the Tenant; and for further Particulars to Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Welling- borough j at whose Offise the Conditions of Letting may be seen. Corn, Hay, und Underwood. To be SO LD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY fy SON, On the Premises of Mr. PAIN, at TICKl- ORD PARK, in the Parish of NEWPORT. PAGNELL, on Wednesday the 21st of October, 1212, r|\ Wo Stacks of excellent HAY ( one Stack to be taken off I. the Premises), One Rick ot OATS and VETCHES, One Ditto of BEANS and OATS, . One Ditto of BARLEY, Two Bayot BARLEY, in the Barn, and 13 Acres of U N D ERWOO D. The Straw to be spent on the Premises; Barns, & c. will be provided, with Yards to spend the Straw till new Lady- Day next — The Sale to commence at Eleven o'Clock precisely. The above- mentioned Sale was to have taken place on the 14th Instant, but was unavoidably postponed. Canal Boats. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By JOHN DAY Sf SON, On Tuesday the 27th of October, 1812, at Maid's. Moreton Mill, near Buckingham, X7IVE stout CANAL BOATS, in Lots, lying in the - GRAMD JUNCTION CANAL, near the said Mill. ' file Sale to commence at Twelve o'Clock precisely. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONIRACT, ACapital FARM of rich GRAZING and PASTURE LAND, Fieehold and Tithe- tree, Land. Tax and Poor's Rates low, situate within seven Miles of Bedford j comprising a good Farm- Hou- e, Malting, two Barns, Stables. Orchard, Garden, and 96 Acres of Land in a Ring Fence, divided into convenient Closes, which are well wateied, and the Mounds in good Condition. For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, apply to Mr. BUSWELL, solicitor, Northampton. Truly valuable Lite and Dead Furnnng- StocH, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Household- Fur nit ate, 4 c. To be SOLD bv A U C T 1 O N, % WM. BEESLEY, On Monday and Tuesday thi 28tii and 27t; i Davs ot October, 1812. on the Premises of Mr. EDWARD CROSS, MORTON- WOOD FARM, in the Parish of MO RTO M- PIN KM E Y, in the County of Northampton, who is retiring from Farming Business ; COMPRISING three capital Draught Mares, 25 Dairy Cows, one Bull, one Heifer, four Sturksr, two yearling Calves, 65 Ewes and ' l'heaves, eight Cocks of prime old and new Hay, and 139 Acres of Keeping till Lady. Day next; two Waggons, two Caits, Water Ditto, large and small Harrows, two Ploughs, Shaft- Roll, two Stone buddies, Ladders, Hog- Troughs, Harness for live Horses complete, Eight- dozen Churn, 12 Milk- Leads, Cream- Cistern, Water Ditto, Tins, Rivers, three Pair of Milk. Pails, small Copper, sweet seasoned Beer. Casks and Tubs, and an Assemblage of Household- Furniture.— The Sheep have been well bied with great Cate for a Number of Years, and the Stock is in capital Condition, aud worthy th » Attention of the Public. The Live Stock, Hay, and Keeping will be sold the first Day, and the Sale will commence eaoii Day at t leveq o'C lock. The Slurep win oe primed in couvenienr Lota, and may be inspected one Hour betoie tne Commencement oj the Sale. Credit will be given, if required, for tile Ha) anu Keeping till St. Thomas's Day next, with giving approved joint security, anil pay ing down a Deposit of Ten per Cent. Witscott, Oxfordshire— three ATMs from Banbury. Eor SALE by AUCTION, By R. ^ E. BLABY, On Friday the 30th Day of October, 1312, at the Sign of the BISHOP- BLAZE, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, FREEHOLD Stone- built DVVELLING- IIJUSE, now occupied by Butl.- r, who will shew the Premises; comprising three Bays of Building, with a Bam of two Bays adjoining; a good Garden, and a Well of excellent Water.— The Premises are situated upon an Eminence, next Door to the said Bishop Blaze, a., d near the Centre of the Village. Conditiviis will appear at the Time ot Sale. A To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY Sf SON, On Wednesday the 28th of October, 1812, at the House of Mrs. Willes, the Public House in Ashton, near Northampton, \ TENEMENT, with Yard and Garden, large Orchard . V adjoining, with several Fruit and other Trees growing thereon, situate near the Church in ASHTON aforesaid, in the Occupation of Ann Sanders. The Premises will be offered for Sale at One o'clock preciselv. \ Vhiltlezoood Forest To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY Sf SON, On Friday the 30th of October, 1812, at the Rein Deer, POT- TERSPURY, near Stony- Stratford, UPWARDS of 60 refused Navy TIMBER TREES, BUT PIECES, & c. Particulars will appear in next Week's Paper; and Cata logues, describing the Particulars of each Lot, may be had in due lime, at the Compasses, Silverstone ; Fox and Hounds, Whittlebury ; Place of Sale; and of ths Auctioneers, in Stony- Stratford. Northamptonshire capital Manor and Freehold Estate, Tithe- J'ree. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY Sf SON, At the Wheat Sheaf Inn, in Daventrv, on Wednesday the 4th IVay of November, 1812, at I hree o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one or more Lots, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, ot which due Notice will be given, ri- HE MANOR of WEST- HADDON, in the County of I. Northampton, co- extensive with the Parish, containing about2,50U Acres of Land abounding with Game. And two substantial and well- built ( Brick and Tile) Farm- Houses, with suitable Offices in most excellent Repair, and upwards of 750 Acres of very rich Arable, Pasture, and Meadow Land, in the Parish of West- Haddon aforesaid, lying within a Ring Fence, properly subdivided and well watered ; together with several Cottages, and three Closes of ancient Pasture Land, in the Town ot West- Haddon aforesaid, in the several Occupations of Mr. Robert Kil. by, Mr. Samuel Edmunds, Samuel Baucutt, and others, as Tenants from Year to Year. The Turnpike- Road ffom Northampton to Coventry runs through the Centre of this Estate, which is distant from the former 10 Miles, from the latter 20 Miles, from Dunchurch nine iiiles, and Ironi Daventry six Miles. For further Particulars or to treat for the Estate by private Contract, apply ( if by Letter, Post. paidl, to Mr. BURTON, in Daventry; or to Mr. HINDMAN, Dyer's- Court, Aldernian- bury, London, » t whose Offices a Plan and Survey ol the Estate may be seen. NEXT TUESDAY. SWIFT &£ Co. respectfully remind their Friends and the P- blic, that the S1AIE LOTTERY will be drawn on TUESDAY the 20th of OCTOBER, with only 1Q, 000 Tickets. THE SCHEME CONTAINS Mr. Webster's entire valuable Flock oj Sheep, Live Stuck, 4c, For ready Mouev. To be S O L D bv A U CTION. By RICHARD SMITH, On the Premies at DEENE, near Oundle, Northamptonshire, on Mohuay and Tuesday, the J6ih and 17th Days of November. 1812, ' RILE entire valuable FLOCK of SHEEP, LIVE STOCK, X Sec. ice. the Property of Mr. JOHN WEBSTER, who is leaving his Farm ; comprising upwards of 300 prime Breeding Ewes and Theaves of tlie I. e cestershire Breed, in Lots ot It) each; upwards ot 100 capital fat Shearling Wethers, in Lots of to each ; and upwards of 200 Lambs, in Lots of 10 each ; 35 fat Beast anJ Cows of the real long. homed, short- homed, and Devon Breed; 10 young Horses and Mares ( namely) one capital Two- year- old Cart. Colt, one Ditto Cart. Filly, two Years old; one yearling Cart- Colt, twu Ditto Can- Foals, by Mr. Hatfield's best Horse, of Sawtry; one Two. year- old Blood Filly, by Ticket, Dam by Bourdeaux; one yearling lilly, by Ditto, Dam by Ditto; one grey Bloood Mare, by Bourdeaux, with a Filly- Foal, by Saveall, ln- foal to young Boudrou ; one capital Welsh Pony, eight Years old. The Sheep will be found worthy the Notice of Gentlemen Bleeders and Graziers, having been bred with grear Care and Attention for several Years, from Tups hired ot Mr. DOLBY, of Marston, near Grantham, whose Eminence as a Tup Br.- eder is IOO well known to need any Comment. The above Ewes and Theaves are now with Tups hired of the said Mr. Dolby. Also, at the same Time, Several Lots of HAY and KEEflNG, to be consumed on the Land till the 5th Day of April, 1813; Credit jor such Ha> and Keep, will be given on approved Security till that Day. Cata- logues to be had of Mr. BULL, Oun'die; the Auctioneer, Tbraoston ; and the principal Towns in the Neighbourhood, li Days previous to the Sale. The Sale will commence at Ten o'Clock each Day. Manor, Advowson, and Farm, in Warwickshire. To be S O L 1) by A U C T 1 O N, By RICHARD BOOTH, At the Spread Eagle Inn, in Rugby, in the County of Warwick, on Saturday the 7th Day of November, 1812, at Three o'Clock in the Atternoon, in one Lot, subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, 2..., of >£ 20,000 2 3,000 4 1,000 4 500 6 300 6 200 TICKETS and SHARES are selling at SwifT & Co.' s Offices, No. 11, Poultry, No. 12, Charing- Cross, and No. 31, Aldgate High- Street, London ; and by their Agents in the Country. S of ...,^ 100 10 50 10 40 16 25 1,950 22 quisites, and Quit- Rents thereto belonging; and all that the perpetual Advowson ot the Vicarage ot Hiltmorton aforesaid the annual Value whereof is about >£ 100, and the Age of the present Incumbent 45; and also the Tithes ot several oldlnclosures containing about 84 Acres, in Hillmorton aforesaid, when in Tillage; and also a most desirable Freehold Tithe- free Farm lying together, in Hilimorton aforesaid, now in the Occupation of Mr. John Lovett, and consisting of a Mansion- House, with necessary and convenient Barns, Stables, Out- houses, Yards and Gardens, and about FOUR HUNDRED and SEVEN ACRES ( more or less), of rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, divided into convenient Closes, in the highest State of Cultivation, and well fenced and watered. The Farm is held by Mr. Lovett under a Lease, whereof four Years will be unexpired on the 6th of April next, and in which is contained Covenants for the Tenant to keep and leave the Buildings artd Fences in good Repair, and proper Restrictions as to the Ploughing and Management of the Land. The Poor Rates are low, the Roads to the Estate are very good, and the Oxford Canal runs through 1' artof it. HILLMORTON is about two Miles from Rugby, three from Dunchurch, five from Daventry, 14 from Covenuy, and 18 from Northampton ; and the Turnpike- Road from Coventry to North- ampton passes through the Town. Printed Particulars may be had of Messrs. Baiter & Martin Solicitors, Furnival's- Inn, London; Messrs. Woodcock's Twist, Solicitors, Coventry ; at the Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer. For a View of the Premises, apply to the TENANT ; a d for any further Information, to Messrs. WOODCOCKS & TWISI at Whose Office a Plan of the Estate may be s: en. The Northampton Mercury ; and General Advertiser for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, Huntingdon, Leicester, Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford TIL Friday and Saturday's Posts, LONDON, FRIDAY Oct. l6\, SOME further Paris Papers to the 12th instant, reached tuwn last night. They contain no additional h for- mation, except that ( he French army continued to repose at Moscow on the 23d ult. Contested Elections.— At Liverpool, Oct 15, the state oi' the poll was as follows : — Rinht Hon. G. Ciimiins, 1361 General Gascovne, 1274 ; Mr. Broughari. 1105; Mr. Creevev. 991 ;— M Bristol, O't. 13; Davis, 2287; Protlieroe, 1999; Homily, 1490 ; riant. 379. Sir Samuel Rontiilv has de- clined.— For the County of Surry, at Guildford. Oct. 15 ; S; r T. Sutton, 1IS9; Mr. Sumner, 1143; Sir T. Turton. 525. — The friends of Sir T. Turton are said to be determined to bold out to the last. The Duke of Norfolk, though he cannot as a Peer of Parliament interfere, is reported to be very strenuous ill favour of Sir Thomas Turton. That an occurrence of such vital importance as the Dissolution of Parliament, should on every occasion, hut more particularly on the present, excite strong sensations on the part of the people, will not appear astonishing to any one acquainted with the history of the country, In every period, even in one of profound tranquillity, the state of the representation has so decided an influence on the welfare of the country, that it is most incujnbent on the public to keep a watchful eve to the profes .- tons, capacity, and respectability of Parliamentary Candidates. The Tigilauce, in this respect, which was formerly urgent, becomes in our time imperiously requisite, and none con- template the present General Election without some anxiety, some perturbation, some boding of harm. On the character ef the persons returned our whole system of policy, foreign and domestic, absolutely depends; and before the end of the next session we shall see the country on her knees, imploring peace, forgiveness, and oblivion of the past from B inaparte, by the Reformists, if they should have the ascendancy or, with a majority on the principles of the late ninistry see her directing, with increased effect, hc- r multi- plied resources against that ferocious opponent. However, Government has seized a most opportune time for a measure of this description. The violent Reformists have recently • lost ground, and the opposition have forfeited the little popula ity they still retained, bv the arrogance and selfish ness of their pretensions during the late negociations practicable Reform, honestly begun, and prudently executed, lone but fools or knaves would oppose; and the forms of every free Government naturally imply the necessity of a vigilant Opposition. But it is to a whirlwind Reform, which, in pretending to scour the political atmosphere, would pull down the columns of the constitution, that every man of sense and virtue objects; and who would not also abhor an aristocratical combination, which would have ihe audacity to pretend to give laws both to the Crown and People?— to throw their acres, titles, and party mottos into one scale, in hopes of counterbalancing the rights of the public and the prerogatives of the Crown in the other. A majority ill Parliament, hostile to the measures of Government, and opposing them from system, instead of principle— from party motives in contempt of the public good, would be a deplorable evil in the present time. The proud scaffolding of hope, raised by the gallant exertions of our army, would crumble to pieces; and the country have shed her best blood, and dissipated her treasures, without even a hope of reaping the fruits of her sacrifices. Still it is to be hoped that the good sense of the public will triumph, as it has uniformly done in every delicate crisis, or great emergency; and from the returns already made, there is every hope that a majority will be found in both Houses, to support the Ministry in all vital ohjecjkof policy. During the whole of the existence of the late PaWament, it had ought to be recollected, there was not one overture for peace that was neglected on our part. If it did not lead to negociation, it was because we were required to negociate upon terms totally inconsistent with the good faith and,, honour of the country. Dreadful Fires.— Sunday evening, a fire broke out in the premises of Messrs. Wilkinson and VVoruum, rnusical- instruinent- inakers, in Oxford- street, near Hanover- square, which raged with great violence, and totally destroyed the manufactory, together with a house adjoining belonging to Mr. Stewart, cabinet- maker. Tuesday morning, soon after two o'clock, the house of Mr, Merle, carver and gilder, in Leadenlmll- street, was discovered to be on fire, and so rapid was its progress, that by the time the family had escaped from the trap- door on the top of the house, the flamrs had communicated to the next house ( Mr. Seabrook's), Messrs. Holroyd and Jackson's, and also to the extensive drug warehouses of Mr. VVether bourne, in Billiter- lane, the whole of which were consumed. It is reported that the loss of Mr. Wetherbourne is upwards of i 25,000. The firemen of the different offices exerted themselves with much effect in extinguishing the flames, and by twelve o'clock at noon, the progress of the fire was stopped sufficiently to ensure the safety of the oilier buildings around it. Happily no lives were lost. CAMBRIDGE, Oct. 9.— In consequence of the objections made to the election of Mr. Serjeant Frerc to the Mastership nf Downing college, that Gentleman was again elected on Monday lust, without prejudice to the validity or'the former election.— At aD ordination hidden at Ely on the 20th ult. by the Right Rev. Ihe Lord Bishop of Ihe Diocese, Ihe following Gentlemen were ordained Deacons :— Mr. Henry Ilutchins, 11. A. of Trinity Hull; Mr. Preston, of 1 '. mainnuel college; and Mr. Henry L. Bideu, B. A. of Trinity Hall. OCT. 12.— On Saturday last our term commenced, at which time ihe following Gentlemen were elected to serve offices for the ensuing year : — Proctors—' C. Hart. A. M. King's college; 13. T. H. Cole, A. M. Magdalen college.— Moderators— T Jephson, A. M. St. John's college ; G. Macfarlan, A. M. Tri / nily college.— Scrutators— J. Wilkinson, B. D. Bene't college; 1. Aspland, A. M. Pembroke Hall,— Taxors— J. H. W. Wil- liams. A. M. Clare- Hall; W. Mundell, fr. M. Queen's col. And this day Ihe following were nominated to compose the Caput; — The Vice Chancellor.— Divinity— P. Dougle, D. D. Bene'! college.— Laic— J. Jowett, IX, I> » Trinity hall Physic Sir B. Hatwood, M. D. F. R. and L. S. Downing college.— Sen. Son. Beg.— J. Maul, A. M. Christ's college.— Sen. Itcg, — VT. Gee, A. M. Sidney college. OXFORD, Oct. 10.— Tuesday last the Rev. J. Cole, D. D. Rector of E Jeter college, having been previously nominated by Ihe Right Hoi). Lord Grenville, Chancellor of the Uni- versity, to be his Vice- Chancellor for the ensuing year, was in full convocation, invested with that office, being his third • year; afier which the Vice- Chancellor nominated his Pro- Vice- Chancellors, viz. the Rev. Wittington London, I). I), Provost of Worcester college ; Rev. J. Parsons, D. D. Master of Balliol college; Rev. .). Griffith, 1). D. Master of Uuiver S jitv college ; and Rev. T. Lee, D. D. President of Trinity college. THE GENTLEMEN, C'LERCY, AKB FRCEIIOLDEHS or THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. GENTI, BII. SK, HP HE Approbation phich yon have this Day bestowed 1 upon my Conduct by re- electing nte. as one of your Re- presentatives in. Parliament, demands my warmest Thanks ; und I hope that a Perseverance in the same Line will secure tn me the highest Reward to which I aspire, the Con- tinuance of your Favour. I have the. Honour to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient, humble Servant, Northampton, Oct. 15. 1812. ALTflORP, To tiie GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of BEDFORD. GENTLEMEN, ITake the earliest Opportunity to thank you for the Honour you have conferred upon me, and Ihe Confidence you have placed in me by electing uie one of your Repre- sentatives in Parliament. In accepting my Services, you have made choice of one firmly attached to the Rights of Ihe People, and the Prin- ciples of civil and Religious Liberty ; a zealous Friend to Parliamentary Reform, and a decided Enemy to Corruption. I have the Honour to remain, Gentlemen, Your faithful Friend, and obedient humble Servant, Bedford, Oct. litk, 1812. TAVISTOCK. To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of BEDFORD. GENTLEMEN, ACCEPT my most cordial Thanks for the Honour which you have conferred upon me in electing me again one of your Representatives in Parliament, and I flatter myself that my future Conduct will do no discredit to your Choice. I ain extremely sorry that Indisposition should have pre- vented me visiting every Part of the County previous to the Day of Election, but I shall not deem my Duties performed until I shall have paid my personal Respects in every Quarter. Believe me to be, with every Sentiment of Gratitude and Respect, Gentlemen, Your verv faithful aud obedient Servant, • Btdfori, Oct. 14M, 1SI2. FRANCIS PYM. Bedfordshire Auxiliary Bible Society. THE first General Anniversary Meeting of the Subscribers and Friends to this Society throughout the County and its Vicinity, will be held on TUESDAY, October 20th, 1812, at the COUNTY- HALI,, in BEDFORD; liis Grace the Duke of BEDFORD, President, will take the Chair at F. leven o'clock. A Report of the Proceedings of the Society since its Formaliou will be read, a new Committee formed, and the other Annual Business of the Institution transacted. The Doors will be opened at Half- past Ten o'clock, and Seats will be reserved for Ladies. To TIIE GENTLEMEN, CLEIIGV, AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. GENTLEMEN, rT, HE flattering Manner in which, von been X pleased this bay to re- elect me as one of your Tmmrcsen- tatives in Parliament, calls for my best and warmest Thanks. To serve you honestly and faithfully, and to disffiarge the Duties of the Trust reposed in me. h. the Satisfaction of my Constituents will ever be the - proudest Object of my Life. I have the Honour to tfe. Gentlemen. Your obliged and obedient Servant., Northampton, Oct. 15, 1S12. W R. CART WRIGHT. A( WANTED immediately, AN APPRENTICE to the MILLINERY and DRESS- MAKING BUSI- NESSES. ' ANTED LLIN - Apply to M. LOB, Diapery, Northampton. WANTED immediately, A strong active YOUNG MAN, in the GROCERY and CANDLE TRADE. None need apply whose Character will not hear the strictest Investigation.— Apply to the Printers of this Paper, if by Letter, Pnst- pard, addressed to A. Z. for TO JOINERS. WANTED, TWO JOINERS, with Tools, constant Work.— Wages according to Merit. Apply to THOMAS COOPER, Walcot, near Lutterworth, Leicestershire. WANTED immediately, A Journeyman GLAZIER and PAINTER.— A steady, sober, good Workman may meet with a Winter's Employment, by applying to JOHN PERKS, Plumber and Glazier, Brackley. An APPRENTICE to the above Business is also wanted. WANTED immediately, An APPRENTICE to a BOOT and SHOKMAKER.— Enquire of W. HURST, Boot and Shoemaker,. opposite the Swan Inn, New- port- Pagnell. A in ImentiEti Monument TO THE MEMORY OF The Right Hon. SPENCER PERCEVAL. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Amount of Subscriptions before advertised s£ l, IOS 10 0 A Friend, by the Mayor of Northampton 100 0 0 Sir Charles Knighlley, Bart 21 0 0 Subscriptions are received by Messrs. Praeds, Mackworlh, & Co. Bankers, London; and by Messrs. Smith, Hall, & Co. Bankers, Northampton. CONCERT AND PUPILV BALL, fV E LLTNGBO ROUGII. MR. M'KORKELL lespectfiilly informs the No- bility, Gentry, and his Friends, that his CONCERT and RA LL is appointed for WEDNESDAY EVENING the 21st of OCTOBER, at the WIND INN ASSEMBLY- ROOM. The Pupils' Performance will consist of a Variety of Dances; and Ihe Concert of popular Glees, a Concerto, and Solos on the Pedal Harp, wilh favourite Symphonies and Overtures.— Leader of the Band, which will be select, Mr. R. VALENTINE. Tickets 9s. each, with a Scheme of the Performance, may be had at the llinil Inn, To commence at Eight o'Clock, and a BALL afterwards for Ihe Company. Northampton, Oct. 16th, 1812. To the WORTHY and INDEPENDENT ELECTORS ot the TOWN of NORTHAMPTON. GENTLEMEN, CCEPI' my warmest and most sincere Thanks for the very flattering and distinguished Manner in which you have this Day again elected me one of your Representatives in Parliament: And I beg to assure you, that I shall en- deavour to discharge the Duties of the important Trust which you have thus reposed in me, by a zealous Attention to the constit utional Privileges of the People, and an earnest Regard to the Rights and Interests of my Constituents. I have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obliged, and faithful Servant, Nythampton, October 5th, 1812. COMPTON. w RAM INN, NORTHAMPTON. ELWORTHY respectfully acquaints com me r- , cial Gentlemen, bis Friends, aud the Public, that he has entered on the above Inn, aRd fitted up the same in a neat and comfortable Manner for their Accommodation, and hopes to be honoured with their Patronage and Support; assuring them, that no Attention shall be wanting on his Part to render them every possible Convenience and Comfort. WINES and - LIQUORS of the first Quality, good BEDS, and excellent STABLING. The ACCOMMODATION POST- COACH to LEI- CESTER every Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; aud returns every Monday, Wednesday, aud Saturday. October 12 Ih, 1812. WHEREAS, I, JOHN SCHOOLER, of SUTTON, in the County of Lincoln, Drover. -. ONG- and I, WILLIAM EDWARDS, of BIGGLESWADE, in the County of Bedford, Carpenter, did, on Sunday Ihe 26th of Sep- tember, 1812, irreverently, indecently, and wilfully inter- rupt Ihe Performance of Divine Service, at the Methodist Chapel, in the Parish af Biggleswade aforesaid : whereby we have incurred the Penalties of Law ; and whereas all Prosecution against us for so misconducting ourselves has been forborne upon Ihe Condition of our paying Ihe Sura of Five Pouudseach, to be given to the Funds of the Bedford Infir- mary, and causing this our Apology to be ma le public. We do therefore in Contrition for our own Offence, and as a Warning to others, thus publicly express our Sorrow for our Misconduct, and acknowledge the Lenity with which we have been treated. WILLIAM EDWARDS. JOHN SCHOOLER. TO SHOEMAKERS. meet with constant Employ, by applying to THOMAS EDENS, Abingtmi- Sireet, JN orthampton. Q. OOD ARMY SHOE MEN, may MAN- SERVANT WANTED. WANTED immediately, in a small genteel Family, A sober steady MAN, who can wait at Table, work occasionally in a Garden, aud will otherwise make him elf generally useful. Enquire at the Printers', if by Letter, Post- paid, addressed A. B. Hay and Corn. To be SOLD bv A U C T I O N, By Mr. KNIGHT, Under a Distress for Rent, at WHIPSNADE HALL FARM, near DUNSTABLE, on Moudij- y the 19ih of October, 1812, at the Hour of Noon, TWO Ricks- of prime MEADOW II AY, one Rick of CLOVER HAY, a Quantity of OATS in the Slraw, & e. & c.— The Oats to be thrashed and the Straw left on the Premises. To the WORTHY and INDEPENDENT ELECTORS of the TOWN of NORTHAMPTON. GENTLEMEN, "•""^ ERMfT the to offer you my most warm and sincere Thanks for the very handsome and flattering Manner in which you hare a second Time elected me one of your Representatives in Parliament. The high and important Duties iif the Trust thus reposed in me I shall endeavour to discharge to the utmost of my Abilities, and shall be. ready at all Times to attend to the IVisbe< of my Constituents, and ever anxious to promote the Interests of the Town of Northampton. I beg Leave to subscribe muself, with Gratitude, Gentlemen, Your obliged, and very faithful Servant, WM, HANBURY. Kelmarsh, October 10th, 1812. ROSE- AND CROWN INN, NORTHAMPTON. JOHN BOWMAN ( from the WHEAT SHEAF) having entered upon Ihe above Inn ( late in the Occupation of Mr. Alderman BRIGGS), begs respectfully to inform his Friends and the Public in general, thai he has made every necessary Arrangement for Ihe coipfortable Accommodation of Com- mercial Travellers and others, who may constantly depend upon receiving every possible Attention, and of being served wilh good WINKS, LIQUORS. & C. Sic.— Good Beds are like- wise. provided for those travelling bv the Coaches, who will find this a particulailv convenient Situation, a> all the Coaches running from and through the Town, pass within a short Distance of the Door, WANTED, An active YOUNG WOMAN, who is capable of undertaking a Place of AH,- WORK, and desirous of making herself useful. For Enquire of Mr. STANTON, at Mr. Osborn's, Northampton. Particulars, Cotton- End, enemy, previous to the occupation of the place. Three hundred incendiaries, as they are c. illed in the Bulletin, are stated to have been arrested and shot ; but admitting the destruction of their capital to have been the work of the Russians, how or by what right, founded on the law of nations i can Bonaparte claim authority to punish these men for an act strictly legitimate in war! A retreating army his- as much right to destroy a town to prevent its falling into the hands of the enemy, as they have to spike and render' useless their cannon ; and to shoot such men for performing their duty to their country, is nothing less than a deliberate massacre, which ought to be visited wirli a severe retaliation. ' Ihe French Bulletins make no mention of the army of General Kutusow. The convoy from Gottenhurgh, consisting of about 200 valuable ships, has arrived, without sustaining any damage in the course of the voyage. Further accounts from Gottenhurgh state, that a very considerable Expedition had sailed from Riga, Hnder the command of General Essen, supposed to be destined against Mittau, where the enemy's force consisted principally of Prussians. The reports from Riga mention, that great sickness prevailed in Oudinot's corps, aud that Oudinot himself, and two other Generals, were dead. The Expe- dition from Riga is said to consist of from 25 it) 80,000 men. More than 16,000 British troops are now under marching orders for embarkation for Spain, from different ports ill this country, Ireland, and the Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. A great number of Letters of Marque and Reprisals, hat e already been applied for and issued against the Citizens of the United States of America, pursuant to the Order in Council, published in Tuesday's Gazette. Two Lisbon mails have been riceived. The theatre of war,' is now so far removed from that capital, that thoy bring nothing of moment. The papers are to the 30th ult. and the private letters to the 1st. Gen. Hi1! was at Toledo on the 23d, and it was supposed he would he at Madrid by the end of the month. TheSenatus Cousultum, lately held in Paris, ordered a new conscription of 137,000, for the year 1813. The class of the French youth liable to this conscription, is limited to those of 18 years of age. It is uhdersood, that the new Parliament will meet for the dispatch of business on the 24th of next month : it wilt then sit for three or four weeks, and adjourn till February. Such is stated to be the present intention of Ministers. PRICES OK STOCKS THIS DAY. Three per Cent. Consols, 53£— Navv 5 per Cent. An. 88J — India Bonds, 6 7d. — Exchequer Bills, 0 Od. — Omnium, 4ip. T Cabinet, Upholstery, and t'aper- hanging Business, To be DISPOSED OF, At WELLING BOROUGH, in the County of Northampton HE STOCK, which is small and well chosen, to be taken at fair Appraisement; the House and Premises may be purchased or rented at the Option of the Person taking the Business. For PartUulars, apply personally, or by Letter, Post- paid, to Mr. MARCH, Printer, Wellingborough. N. B. The- above cannot fail of being , i very advantageous Situation for a Cabinet- Maker, there being no other Person of ( hat Trade in the Town. On Thursday next will be published, PRICE ONE SHILLING, THE PROCEEDINGS of the PUBLIC MEETING held at the COUNTY HALL, NORTHAMPTON, on Wed- nesday, May 27, 1812, for the Purpose of forming an AUXIULRY BIBLE SOCIETY, in Aid of the British and Foreign Bible Society.— Published by Order of the Committee. Sold by Seelev, Depositary to the British and Foreign Bible Society, Fleet- Street, London; W. Birdsall, North- ampton; and the other Booksellers in the County of North- ampton. WANTED, by a YOUNG MAN, about 23 Years of Age, A SITUATION as UNDER BUTLER, or FOOTMAN, in a regular Family.— Respectable Reference for Character and Ability can he given.— Apply for Parti- culars, to Mr. MARSHALL, Bootmaker, Gold- Street, North- ampton, if by Letter, Post- paid. The Manors of IVetdon- Reck and Everdon, in tin County of Northampton. THIS is to give Notice, That a GENERAL COURT- BARON, for the Manor of WEEDON- BECK, will be held at Ihe House of Mr. THOMAS BARNETT, the BULLIN » , on THURSUAV Ihe 29th, and FRIDAY the Sflih Instant, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon of each Dav ; and for the Manor of EVERDON, at the House of Mr. GEORGE OSBORN, the Sign of the PLUM E- OF- FEATHERS, on SATUR- DAY the.' ilst Instant, at Ten o'clock io the Forenoon; at which Times and Places those who have Business are to attend. Til OS. SMITH, Bailiff. Wtedon- Heck, Oct. 15th, 1812. ' The Manor of Newport- Pagnell uith its Members, in the County of Buckingham. NO TICE is hereby given, That the View of FRANK PLEDGE with the COURT LEET and COURT BARON of CHARLES MARUIS HARDY, Esq. Lord of the said Manor, will be holden at the House of ANN HIGGINS, known by the Sign of the SWAN INN, in NEW- PORT- PAGNELL aforesaid, in aud for the said Manor, on TUESDAY the 27th Day of this Instant OCTOBLR, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon; when and where all Tenants, ltesiants, and other Persons owing Suit and Service at ihe said Courts are required personally to attend and perform ihe same, and to pay their Quit Rents due at Michaelmas last, and all Arrears thereof, to GEORGE COOCH, Steward of the said Manor. Newport- Pagnell, 12th October, 1812. V / NORTHAMPTONSHIRE MH. ITIA. IST of the N AMKS of the several MEN enrolled his Majesn's NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGI- MENT of MILITIA, commanded by Colonel Sir RIC11 A RD BROOKE DE OA PELL BROOKE, Bart, who have VOLUNTEERED to serve io his Majesty's REGULAR FORCES, under the Provisions of an Act passed in the 51st Year of his present Majesty's Reign, iniitled, " An Act Ifor allowing .1 certain Proportion of Ihe Militia of Great- JJrilain voluntarily toeulist into his Majesty's Regular Forces. Into Men1! Names. Served fur uohat what Date of Parish. Regt. Attestation, BRACKLEY DIVISION. John Yluster Aynho 27th Ft. Oct. 2,| 1812. DAVENTRY DIVISION. James Gilbert Crick 27th Ft. Oct. 2. John Chillirgy/ orth Brauuston Ditto Oct. S. KETTERING DIVISION. George Matthews Great- Oakley 27th i- t. Oct. 3. William Duncan Dean Ditto Ditto. NORTHAMPTON DIVISION. Thomas Evans Nether- Hey ford 27th Ft. Oct. 3. OUNDLE DIVISION. Thomas White Barnwell, & c. inth Ft, Oct. 3. Trancis Horspool Eaaton 27th Ft. Oct. 2. John Driver A Volunteer Ditto Oct. 3. TOWCESTI R DIVISION. Thomas Bown Yardlev- Cobio'o 27th Ft. Oct. 2. . WELLINCBOROUCH DIVISION. William Mobbs Raunds 1st F. G. Aug. 4. William Coles VVellingbrrough 91st Ft. Oct. 2 Thomas Di^ by Blixwortb 27th Ft. Oct. 3. The following were raised by beat of Drum, and not named for any particular Parish. George Robinson - 27th Ft. Oct. 2. George Chapman 14th Ft. Aug. 3. Richard Wooley 27th Ft. Oct. 2. Thomas Aldiit 14th Ft. Aug. 4. John Nuthalls A 27th Ft. Oct. 2. Thomas Baxter Ditto Ditto Corporal John Wright Ditto Ditto Corporal Henry Wills ..'.. Ditto Ditto By Order of the Most Noble Charles, Marquis of the County of Northampton, 11 is Majesty's Lieu- tenant of the same County, CHAS. MARKHAM, Clerk of ( he General Meetings. Northampton, October 17fA, l § 12,_ ' To lanholders anil others.— Desirable Situation. To be. LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, r- pHAT capital newly erected INN, called or known by 1 the Name of the HA KROW INN, pleasantly situate on the Watling- Street Uoad, which divides the Counties of Warwick and Leicester, together with the Out- buildings, Bams, Stables, andabout 54 Acres of rich Arable, Meadow, and 1' astuie Land, now in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Collcdge, who is about to reside in Northamptonshire. The Slock, Furniture, Fixtures, & c. to be taken by the' coming- in Tenant, at a lair Valuation. For further Information, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. Cot. L » ncE, on the Premises ; or at the Law Offices of Mr. JiRVis. Solicitor, in Hinckley, The Harrow Inn issituate on the Turnpike. Road leading from Hinckley to Coventry, two Miles from Hiijckley, three from Nuneaton, and six from Atherstone, and the Situation now ottered to the Attention of the Public is as eligible as any in the Kingdom. Hinckley, OctASth, 1812. To be S O L, D by AUG T 1 O N , By THOMAS MARTIN, On the Premises at NAPTON UPON- THE. Hl. LL, in the County of Warwick, on Friday and Saturday, the 23d and 24th Days of October, 1812, riMiE capital LIVE and DEAD FARMING- STOCK, J- HAY, HERBAGE, & c. of Mr. MATTHEW HALL, who isjeaving his Farm; comprising 80 Ewes, 45 Theaves, 20 fat Sheep, 70 Ewe and Wether Lambs, two Tups, 34 fat Cows, three In- calf Heifers, Three- year- old Cart- Horse, two weaning Cart- Colts, three Waggons, two Carts, two Pair of Harrows, two Ploughs. ' Ihe Hay anil Herbage of the Farm in Lots, till new Lady- Day next. Sale to commence each Morning at Ten.— Catalogues will be distributed in due Time. 1 i'reehuld Estate at Everdon, with immediate Possession. Early in the Month of November Will be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Wheat Sheaf. Inn, Daventry, either in one or two Lots1 FREEHOLD and TITHE-^ EEE ESTATE, situate at EVERDON, near Daventry and Weedon- Beck, in the County ot Northampton; consisting of eight lnclosures of very superior Meadow, Pasture, and a small Part Arable Land, within a Ring Fence, conta ining about 85 Acres, well fenced and watered. Further Particulars will appear in a future Paper, and may be known on Application to the l'rqprietor, Mr. DAVENPORT, Sbirburn, near I etsworlh, Oxon. A Part of the Purchase. Money may be left upon th? Estate, and immediate Posssesion may be had. Valuable and useful Tuble and Bed- Linen, late the Property of a Family gone Abroad, removed for the Convenience of Sale. To be SOL I) bv' A U C T I O N, Bit Mr. KIRS HAW, AT HIS AUCTION ROOM, The GOAT INN, NORTHAMPTON, on Tuesdav and Wed- nesday the 20th and 21st of October, 1812, AMost valuable Assortment of TABLE and RED- LINEN; comprising several elegant, tiee, and stout Dama- ik Table- Cloths, from five Quarters to ei; . it Yards long, and some with Napkins to correspond | rich Damask Napkins, capital fine Holland, Russia and other i. inen Sheets, and a tew real Marseilles Quilts, of large Dimensions, all nearly equal to neJV; the Whole forming an Assemblage which, for Pattern and Quality, will be worth the immediate Attention of the Gentry, Innkeepers, and the Public in general, such Goods being rarely ottered by the Hammer.— To be vieweiton Monday the 19th. Catalogues to be had at the Swan, Newport ; Bull, Stony- Stratfor'i; White- Horse, and, Saracen's Head, Towce> ter; Sa. racen's Head, Daventry ; Talbot, Wei ford; Angel, Harborough ; Georgr, Kettering; and of the Auctioneer, Northampton. Badby, near Daventrv. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Bv J. P. CULLING IVORII, On the Premises of the late Mrs. MARRIOTT, at BADBY, oti Tuesday next the 20t! i Day of October, 1812, PARI" of the very NEAT and MODERN HOUSE- HOLD- FURNITURE and other EFFECTS; coni- prising Four- post and other Bedsteads, with and without Furnitures; fine Goose Feather- Beds, See. and Bedding; Floor and Bedside Carpets; Dining, Dressing, and other Tables, Chairs, See. ; and a Set of handsome Mahogany Dining- Tables, with Circular Ends; Pier and Swing- Glasses, capital Eight- day Clock and Case, Chests of Drawers, Night- Table, Wire Fenders, & c. & c. ; together with Kitchen and Brewing- Uten- sils, and Household- Furniture in general, in good Preservation. The Sals to begin precisely at Ten o'Clock in the Morning, as the Whole is designed to be sold in one Day, if possible. Catalogues to be had of the Auctioneer, Daveniry, of whom turther Particulars may be known. To be S 0 L I) by A U C T I O N, By ANDREW GARDNER, On the Premises, on Friday the 23tl Dav of October, 1812, PART of the genteel and useful HOUSEHOLD- FUR- NITURE, and other EFFECTS, of Mr. UNWJN, at the Farm, near to CHA1. GRAVE CHURCH, in the County of Bedford, who is leaving the said Farm; consisting of eight Four- post, Half- tester, and Stump Bedsteads, wilh Check and Stuff Furnitures; Feather and Flock- Beds; Blankets, Quilts, and Counterpanes; Dressing- Tables and Glasses, Pillar and Claw Dining and Card Tables, Chest of Drawers, six Back Stool Chairs, covered with Blue and Brass nailed; two latge Arm Ditto, to match ; large Brussels Carpet, 5 Yds. by 4 3qrs. wide; Kidderminster Ditto, 4 Yds. by 4; Quantity of Car- penters' Tools, a. taxed Cart; Kitchen. Furniture in general, two capital Guns, and a Variety of other useful Articles. The Sale to be^ io at F. leven o'Clock in the Morning. To Wharfingers, SfC. Buckinghamshire— Freehold Premises, situate near the Grand Junction Canal, at FENNY- STRATFORD, iu tbe Parish of SIMPSON. ' To be SOL D by AUCTION, By T. WOOD, On Monday the 2d Day of November, 1812, at the Swan Inn, Fenny- Stratford, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, \ N eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE; consisting of a com- fortable Dwelling- House, recently erected; together with an extensive Yard and Garden, and well constructed Stables, Sheds, Warehouses, and other suitable Out- buildings, no used as a Wharf. The Premises are contiguous to the Grand Junction Canal, within easy Distances of several Market. Towns, and well adapted tor Mercantile Purposes.— The Situation commands a beautiful View ot the surrounding Country, and will make a pleasant Residence for a small Family.— The Purchaser may have immediate Possession. Maybe viewed, and printed Particulars had of Mrs. HANDS- COMB, on tile Premises; and also at the A UCTION EER'S, Leigh- ton- Buzzard; or at the Office of Mr. DAY, Solicitor, Woburn. I A Valuable Freehold and Tithe- free Meadow and Pasture Land, at Dropshort, in the Parish of Bow - Brickhill, near Fenny- Stratford, Bucks, To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By T. WOOD, On Wednesday, Nov. 18th, 1812, at the White Hart Inn, Diopshort, precisely at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon : Lot 1/ COMPRISES a Close of rich old Meadow A. R. P. and Sward Ground, well fenced and watered, calledGravel Pit Close, containing by Estimation 16 2 10 Lot 2 is a Close of Sward Land adjoining, called Dropshort Close, containing 3 I 27 Lot 3 consists of one other Close of Sward Ground adjoining, called the Lane Close, containing 4 3 15 Lot 4- A Close of rich old Pasture and Sward Land adjoining, called Several Piece Close, containing 2 3 25 Acres 27 2 37 The above Estate is in capital Condition, well fenced, tim- bered, and watered, most desirably situate adjoining the great West Chester Road, and Possession may be had at Lady- Day next.— May be viewed by applying to Mr. HUTCKINS, White Hart Inn, Dropshort; and lurthej Particulars may be known of Mr. WOOD, Land- A » ent. & c. Leighton- Buzzard. POSTSCRIPT. London, Friday, Oct. IS. Twill be seen by the dispatches from I. ordCathcart, fgiven in the 2d page, dated St. Petersburg!), Sept. 22,) that was generally judged from a perusal of the French Bulletins, the Russian Government remains firm and de termined, and is entirely occupied vvitlradrlitional prepara- tions to meet the enemy with an adequate force. The only fear, therefore, as to the ultimate success of the Russian has vanished. The enemy, unable to advance fron Moscow, will ere long cease to be formidable. Their arrival in that city, an event to which Bonaparte looked as the termination of his labours and the completion of his hopes, will, it may confidently be anticipated, prove most disastrous to the French arms. Were even the French army to maintain their winter quarters in Moscow, slow and silent, but certain, destruction must await a large proportion of the troops. But by what magic is Bonaparte to close the campaign, because it suits the convenience of his fol- lowers? Will the Russians consent, to close the campaign ? And in what a situation will the French be placed if, on the commencement of winter, their opponents renew active operations? The expectation of another great battle at KoutousofFs new positi « n, mentioned in the above Bulletin, referred, of course, to a state of circumstances which soon ceased to exist. Bonaparte, unable to advance further, now in his turn remains upon the defensive, and waits to be attacked, or rather in the hope that the Russians will allow his army a winter's repose. We trust, however, that that repose will be effectually disturbed. The cautious silence maintained in the recent French Bulletins respecting the positions of the Russian armies, appears now to be explained— the mist in which the Russians were enveloped in the battle of the 7th September, notwithstanding the " glorious sun of Austerliiz" which rose upon their adversaries— is now dispelled. ' The Russians did not retreat, after the Battle of Mojaisk— this of itself is most glorious intelligence— they took up a position at Podolsk, twenty miles in front," or rather south, from Moscow— the very circumstance of their being unbroken by the tre- mendous attacks of the enemy— and the plan of concen- tration to which the Hero who commands them adheres, are sufficient to account fur the French having slipped past them to Moscow, which they did by three different routes, according to their own statement. Here then is seen a gallant, well disciplined, Russian armv, commanded by one of the most experienced Captains of the age, ( if 50 years' services in the field can entitle Kutusoffto that appellation), receiving daily reinforcements of men and warlike stores— in the bosom of their native country, and surrounded by their wives and children ! An army composed of men, whose hearts beat w ith transports of rage and vengeance at the sight of an fiiemv : and that army, mirabile dictu ! is in a position from which it can intercept all communication between the ravagers of Moscow and their supplies from their own country. Then there is the ariny of Tormazow, consisting of 100,000 men, threatening the communications of the ei. t my with Smolensk; and there is also a victorious army under Wittgenstein, on theDuna, also receiving daily reinforce- ments. After this enumeration, who but the thoughtless inhabitants of Paris will believe that Bonaparte's troops are enjoying repose in their barracks at Moscow ? It has uniformly appeared that, from the very nature of the Government of Russia, all hopes of destroying the invading army rested upon the will of a single Individual— and that Individual is Alexander. Lord Cathcart's dis- patches affords a most solemn assurance of the Emperor's determination to persevere in the contest, and it is trusted that his Lordship will not be backward in his exertions to keep the Emperor's mind in this position— for there and only there are we to look for victory. The Russian Courtiers who have long been notoriously the admirers of French principles and manners, ought to be most narrowly watched at this crisis. The perusal of Lord Cathcart's dispatches cannot fail to elate every well wisher of the Russian cause with the hope that the next arrival from the North will bring intelligence of r. still more favourable nature. The conduct of the Russian troops since the commencement of the campaign, has been such as to inspire the greatest confidence in their future exertions. The last French Bulletin states that an immense depot of ammunition, sufficient for two campaigns had been dis- covered about half a league from the city. Now if the Russians had actually fired their own capital, as Bonaparte wouldfiave it believed, is it probable that they would have spared their magazines of ammunition, of which the French army must have been known to be in want? Bonaparte is anxious to throw the odium of the burning of Moscow upon its own citizens, but it is clear, we think, from the circum- stance to which we have adverted, that the guilt of this most horrid transaction either rests with himself, or that the conflagration was occasioned by the bombardment of the NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY HVENING, OCTOBER 17. -> » <- DIED.] On Saturday last, in Portland- place, Bristol, Mrs. King, wife of James King, Esq. of Walbrook and Wykham Park, Oxfordshire. Same day, Mrs. Scofield, widow of the late Mr, James Scofield, of this town. Sunday last, at Thorpe- Malsor, in this countv, in her 70th year, Mrs. Wood, relict of the late Colonel Wood, of. Bengal, whose loss will be much felt by tbe poor in that village, whose concern it was to instruct their minds ui re-, ligion, and relieve their necessities. Wednesday last, in the 7itli year of her age, Mrs. Mayor, wife of Mr. Joseph Mayor, of this town, -"-""•" HiS- o— On Thursday last Lord Viscount Althorp, antl William. Ralph Cartwright, F, sq. were re- elected Representatives in Parliament for this county, without a dissentient voice - A vote of thanks to the High- Sheriff for his impartial conduct in the chair, having been moved by Sir W. Wake, Bart, and seconded by T. 11. Thornton, Esq. the High- Sheriff rose and briefly spoke as follows : " Freeholders,—- In acknowledging my grateful sense of the honour you have just done me, I cannot take my leave without congratulating this meeting, and the county at large, upon your having chosen two such lit and upright men to advocate your rights in Parliament." The following was the state of the poll for the city of Oxford on Thursday last:— Wright, 818— Lockhart, 81 j — G. Eden, 761. Members returned within the circuit of this paper. Aylesbury— T. Hussey, F. sq. and Lard Nugent. Cambridgeshire— Lord C. 8.. Manners, Sf. JLord Q, E. Osborne, Flintshire— Sir T. Mostyn, Hart. Iligliatn- Ferrers — Pliimer, Esq. High- Wycombe— Sir J. Dash wood King, Barf, and Sir T. Boring, Bart, Huntingdonshire— Lord Viscount Hinchingbrook, and W. II. Fellowes, F, sq. Hertfordshire— Hon. T. Brand, and Sir J. S. Sebright, Bart. County of Oxford— John Fane, Esq. and Lord Francis Spencer. ' t Stamford— Lord Henniker, and E. Foulkes, Esq. Staffordshire— Lord G. L. Go-. ver, and E. J. Littleton, Esq. At the sale of Sir Robert Harland, Bart, at Whersteait near Ipswich, on Tuesday last, four Suffolk cart- mares were sold for the astonishing sum of ,£ 528 ; one of these mares, fetched the unprecedented price of £' 144!— The wholu horse stack, sixty in number, produced <£ 3,276 10s. The Planet Venus is to be seen at present with the naked eye in daylight, in a clear sky any time from dawn till three O'CIOCK in the afternoon.— Venus is at present one si » u and a half, or 45 degrees west of tbe sun, and may be seen on the meridian or due South, when the sun is at nine o'clock in the forenoon. It is at present 13 degrees north declination, or 13 degrees north from the place of the sun, at this time on the equinoxial. A few days ago, as Mr. Robert Sisson, farmer, of Barnack, near Stamford, was returning home over the race- ground, his horse ran against a chain, and pitched Mr. S. upon his head. He was taken up speechless, and lin- gered until the next night, when he died.— The above- mentioned person was only 27 years of age, and was brother to the Mr. Sisson who was cruelly murdered in his harvest field, by one of his servants Striking a sickle into his forehead, about six years ago. Horrid Murder .'— The Leicester Waggon was stopped earlv on Sunday evening last, near Ruddingtou, Notting- hamshire, and the waggoner, Thomas Heusor, most in- humanly murdered.— We aie not in possession of any further particulars. On Tuesday was committed to the county gaol by T. R. Thornton, Esq. John St anger, charged with stealing nine geese, the property of Jenkin Jenkins, of Braunston. THE CHA'CE. Loan VERNON'S FOX HOUND'S will meet on Monday October 19tU, at Markeaton ; Tuesday the 20th, at Morley- Turnpike; Thursday 22d, at Badborne; and ou Friday 23d, at Eaton- Wood. Corn- Exchunge, London, Friday, Oct. 16. We have had but few arrivals of any gr, ai( i since Monday.— Wheat has sustained an advance of about 3s. per quarter.— Barley, of which there is scarcely any at inrirket, lias likewise advanced in price.— Oats remain nearly as la- t quoted.— Beans fully support their last named value.— In other articles but little variation.— Good supplies of all grain are shortly expected. Northampton Wheat 112s. Od. tol23s. Od. Rye — S. Od. « Q 84s. Od. Barley... 60s. Od. to 64s. Od Oats 40s. Od. to46s. 0d. . the Standard Measure. - Saturday. Beans .. 1.92,. Od. to — s. ( M. NewBeans — s. Od. to— s Od. Peas - ...— s. Ud. to — s. ud. Market- Hurborough— Tuesday lust. Wheat .. 110s. Od. to 125s. Od. Barley...— s. Od. to— s. Od. New Beans — s. Od. to — s. Od. By the Customary Measure. Old Beans — s. Od. to — s. Od. <> ats 42s. Od. to 50s. Od. NewDilto — s. Od. to — s. Od. Wheat.. 120s. Od. to 130s. Od Rye — s. Od, to — s. Od. Barley.. 58s. Od. to 70s. Od Duventry,— Wednesday last. By the customary Measure. Oats 52s. Od. to 63s. Od. Beans ... 88s. Od. to 9Ss. Od. Pease — s. Od. to 84s. Cd, Banbury,— Thursday last. Per Bushel! Wheat.. 14s. 6d. to 15s. Od. | Hog Peas — s. Od. to — s. Od. Beans.. 0. Od. to lis. 8d. | Vetches 15s. Od. to 17s. Od. Per Quarter. Barley.- 63s Od. to 64s. Od. | Oats 48s. to 50s. Bread 2s. 6d. the Half. peck, SI, within th* LIST of FAIRS from Oct. 19, to Oct. Circuit of this Paper. M. Oct. 19. Luton, Market- Ilarborough, and Soutliatn. Th. 22. Newport- Pagnell. S. 24. Leighton- Buzzard, and Stow- on- the- Wold, M. 26. Rugby. T. 27. Daventry. W. 28. Preston. Tb. 29. King's- Cliffe, Little- Brickliill, Marlow, Tow rester, and Wellingborough. F. 30. Banbury. S. 3). . Nuneaton. t The Northampton Mercury; and Genferat Advertiser for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, Huntingdon, Leicester, Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford. Ttom the LONDON GAZETTE of Saturday, Oct. 10. Admiralty- Office. Oct. 10. Copy of a Letter from Vice- Admrat Sarvyer to Mm Wilson Crokzr, dated on board hit Majesty's ship Africa, ul Halifix, Sept. 5. SIR, IT is with extreme concern I have to request you will he pleaded to lav before the Lords Commissioneri of the Admiralty the inclosed copy of a letter from Capt. Dacres, of his Majesty's late ship Ouerriere, giving an account of his having sustained a close action, of nearly two hours, on the 19th ult. with the American frigate Constitution, of very superior force, hoth in guns and men ( of the latter almost double), when the Guerriere being totally dismasted, she rolled so deep as to render all further efforts at the guns unavailing, and it became a duty to spare the lives of the remaining part of her valuable crew, hv hauling down her Colours. The masts fell over the side from which she was about to be engaged, in a very favourable position for raking by the enemy. A few hours a'ter she was in pos- session of the enemy, it was found impossible to keep her above water; she was therefore set fire to and abandoned, which 1 hope will satisfy their Lordships she was defended to the last. Capt. Dacres has fully detailed the particulars of the action, as well as the verv gallant conduct of, and the support he received from, the whole of his officers » nd ship's company, and I am happy to hear he is, with the rest of the wounded, doing well; they have been treated with the greatest humanity and kindness, and an exchange hav- ing been agreed on, I am in daily expectation of their arrival here. A list of the killed and wounded is herewith sent, which, I regret to say, is very large. I have the honour to he, & C ( Signed) II. SAWYER, Vice- Admiral. Boston, Sept. T, 1812. SIR,— I am sorry to inform you of the capture of his Majesty's late ship Guerriere by the American frigate Constitution, after a severe action, on the 19th Aug. in latitude 40 deg. 20 min. N. longitude 55 dcg. W. At two P. M. being by the wind on the starboard tack, we saw a sail on our weather beam, bearing down on us. At three made her out to be a man of war, heat to quarters and prepared for action. At four, she closing fast, wore to prevent her taking us. At ten minutes past four we hoisted our colours and fired several shot at her; at twenty minutes past four she hoisted her colours and returned our fire, wore several times to avoid being raked, exchanging broad- aides. At five she closed on our starboard beam, both keeping up a heavy fire and steering free, his intention being evidently to cross our bow. At twenty minutes past five our mizen- mast went over the starboard quarter and brought the ship up in the wind ; the enemy then placed himself on our larboard bow, raking us, a few only of our bow guns bearing, and his grape and riflemen sweeping our deck. At forty minutes past five, the ship not answering her helm, he attempted to lay us on board ; at this time Mr. Grant, who commanded the forecastle, was carried below, badly wounded. I immediately ordered the marines Bud boarders from the main deck : the master was at this time shot through the knee, and I received a severe wound in the back. Lieut. Kent was leading on the boarders, when the ship coming too, we brought some of our how gnus to bear on her, and had got clear of our opponent, when at twenty minutes past six our fore and main- masts went over side, leaving the ship a perfect and unmanageable wreck. The~ frigate shooting a- head, I was in hopes to clear the wreck and get the ship under command to renew the action, but just as we had cleared the wreck, our spritsail yard went, and the enemy having rove new braces, & c. wore round within pistol shot, to rake us, t. he ship laying in the trough of the sea, and rolling lior main deck guns under • water, and all attempts to get her before the wind being fruitless; when calling my few remaining officers together, they were all of opinion that any further resistance would only be n needless waste of lives, I ordered, though re- luctantly, the colours to be struck. The loss of the ship is to be ascribed to the early fall of the niizen- mast, which enabled our opponent to choose his position. I am sorry to say we suffered severely in killed and wounded, and mostly while she lay on our bow, from her grape and musketry, in all 15 killed, and 03 • wounded, many of them severely; none of the wounded officers quitted the deck till the firing ceased. The Innate proved to be the United States ship Consti- tution, of 30 twenty- four pounders on " her main deck, and 84 thirty- two pounders and 2 eighteen pounders on her upper deck, and 476 men; her loss in comparison with ours is trifling, about 20, the first Lieutenant of marines and eight killed, and first Lieutenant and master of the ship, and It men wounded, her lower masts badly wounded, and stern much shattered, and very much cut up about the rigging. The Guerriere was so cut up that all attempts to get her in would have been useless. As soon as the wounded were got out of her, they set her on fire, and I feel it my duty to state that the conduct of Captain Ilufl and his officers to our men has been that of a brave enemy, the greatest care being taken to prevent our men losing the smallest trifle, and the greatest attention being paid to the wounded, who, through the attention and skill of Mr. Irvine, surgeon, I hope will do well. I hope, though success has not crowned our efforts, you will riot think it presumptuous in me to say, the greatest credit is due to t'< e officers nnd ship's company for their exertions, particularly when exposed to the heavy raking fire of the enemy. I feel particularly obliged for the exertions of Lieut. Kent, who, though wounded early by a splinter, continued to assist me; in the second Lieutenant the service has suffered a severe loss; Mr. Scott, the master, though wounded, was particularly attentive, and used every exertion in clearing the wreck, as did tin warrant officers. Lieutenant Nicholl, of the royal marines, and his party, supported the honorable character of their corps, and they suffered very severely. I must recommend Mr. Snow, master's mate, who commanded the foremost main deck guns, in the absence of Lieutenant Pullman, and the whole after ' the fall of Lieutenant Ready, to your protection, he having received a severe contusion from splinter. I must point; out Mr. Garby, acting purser, to your notice, who volunteered his services on deck, and commanded the after quarter deck guns, and was particu- larly active, as well as Mr. Bannister, midshipman. I hope in considering the circumstances you will think the ship entrusted to my charge was properly defended; the unfortunate loss of our masts, the absence of the third Lieutenant, second Lieutenant of marines, three midshipmen and 24 men, considerably weakened our crew, and we only mustered at quarters 244 men and 19 boys, or. coming into action ; the enemy had such an advantage from his marines and riflemen, when close, and his superior sailing enabled him to choose his distance. , I inclose herewith a Hit of killed and wounded on board the Guerriere; and have the honour to he, & c. JAMES R. DACRES. [ Second Lieutenant Head, and 11 men, were killed; and Captain Dacres, Fiist Lieutenant Kent, and 76 men, wounded. 1 About 100 of these incendiaries have been apprehended and. shot; all of them declared that they acted under the orders of Rostopchin, and the Director of the Police. Thirty thousand sick and wounded Russians have been burnt. The richest commercial houses in Russia are ruined. The shock umst be considerable. The clothing, the maga- zines, and the equipments of the Russian army have been consumed. They have thus lost every thing; they would remove nothing, because they always thought it impossible for us to reach Moscow, and hecause they were willing to deceive the people.— When they saw all in the hands of the French, they conceived the horrible project of destroying by fire this first capital, this holy city, the centre of the empire; and they have reduced to beggary two hundred thousand respectable inhabitants. This is the crime of Rostopchin, executed by felons liberated from the prisons. The resources which the army had found are consequently much diminished; however, we have collected, and are still collecting, a number of necessaries. All the cellars are untouched by the fire; and the inhabitants, during the last twenty- four hours had saved many articles. They endeavoured to stop the progress of the flames; but the Governor had taken the horrid precaution to carry off or destroy all the engines. The army is recovering from its fatigues; it has abundance of bread, potatoes, cabbages, and other vegetables, meat, salted provisions, wine, brandy, sugar, coffee, and, in short, provisions of all sorts. The advanced guard is twenty wersts on the road to Kassau, by which the enemy is retreating. Another French advanced guard is on the road to St. Petersburg!), where the enemy has not a single soldier. The temperature is still that of autumn. The soldiers have found, and continue to find, a number of pelisses and furs for the winter. Moscow was the depot of those articles. [ The Moniteur of the 4tli gives the sequel of the Russian Military Reports, Proclamations, and other productions, ridiculed in a previous Bulletin.] A Northamptonshire Game- Duty. An additional LIST, in alphabetical Order, of the CERTI- FICATES that have been issued to Persons ( not acting as Gamekeepers) in the County of NORTH AMPTON, under the Act of Parliament of the 48th of his present Majesty King George the Third, infilled " An Act fur repealing ( lie Duties of Assessed Taxes, and granting new Duties in lieu thereof, nnd certain additional Duties to be consoli- dated therewith ; and also for repealing the Stamp Duties on Game Certificates, and framing new Duties in lieu thereof, to be placed tinder the Management of the Com- missioners for tlie Affairs of Taxes:" between the 30th of September, and the 15th of October, 1812, both Days inclusive. Asliby John, Bugbrook Allenby George, Duddington, Gent. Ilurgher^ h Right Hon. Lord, Apethorpt Bell Wm. Stanion, Farmer Barber Clark Base, Moulton Cave William, Desborough, Farmer Cockerill Thomas, Milton French Thomas, Byfield Facon John, Borough- Fen, Gent. Hinde Rev. John, Peterborough, Clerk Hickman Thomas, Ditto, Gent, Hunt Rev. Edward, Benefield, Clerk Hitchcock George, Woodford Hitchcock George the Younger, Ditto Linnell William, Kislingbury Moore Rev. Thomas, Peterborough, Clerk Squire William Walcot, Ditto, Gent. Squire William, Ditto, Esq. Southwell John, Warminnton Sanderson William, Glapthorne, Gent. Smith William, Collyweston, Gent. Wliitmill William, Whilton Wills Michael, Peterborough, Gent. Whitehead Clement, Werrington, Esq. Welch William, Kingsutton White Rev. Francis Henry, Blakesley, Clerk Wright Henry, Great- Oxendon, Esq. Welch Rev. Thomas, Pattishall, Clerk An additional alphabetical List'of the Certificates that have been issued to Persons ( acting as Gamekeepers, and not being assessed Servants to any Person) ill the County of Northamp- ton, under the Act of Parliament of the48tli of His present Majesty King George the Third, intitled, " An Act for re- pealing the Duties of Assessed Taxes, and granting new Duties in lieu ( hereof, and for certain additional Duties to be consolidated therewith ; nrnl nls" for repealing me Stamp Duties on Game Certificates, and granting new Duties ill lieu thereof, to be placed under the Management of the Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes;" from the 30th of September, to the 15th of October, 1812, both Days inclusive. Gamekeepers' Names. Manor or Royalty. By whom appointed. ForsterWin.— Desborough manor— Deputed bv R. S. Cotton, Esq. Fowler Robert, Sen. — Lutton, Great- Gidding, and Papley manors Lovell Joseph Cooke— Sulby manor— Lord Willoughby de Brook Pye William— Stoke- Doyle manor An additional LIST of CERTIFICATES that have been issued to GAMEKEEPERS { being assessed Servants'), in the County of NORTHAMPTON, from the 30M of September, to the 15th of October, 1812, inclusive. B radshaw William— Fotheringhay manor— Deputed by Thomas Belsev, of Margate Miller James— Great- Oakley manor— Sir R. Brooke de Capvl Brooke. Published by Order of his Majesty's Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes. MATTHEW WINTER, Secretary. Buclringhamsh ire PARIS, OCTOBER 8. TWENTIETH BULLETIN of the GRAND ARMY. DIosrnw, September 17. The Russians have celebrated ' l'e Deum for the battle of I'olotzk. Te Drums have been sung for the battles of Riga, for the battle of Ostrowno, and for that of Smelensko. According to the Russian accounts they were every where conquerors, and they drove the French to a great distance from the field of battle. It was then amidst the strains of the Russian Te Deuriis that the army arrived at Moscow. 1 here they thought themselves conquerors ; at least the populace thought so, for well informed persons knew what was passing. Moscow is the entrepot of Asia and of Europe.— Its warehouses were immense; every house was provided for eight months with necessaries of every description. It was only the evening before, and the day of our entrance, that the danger became known. We found in the house of the miserable Rostopchin some papers, and a letter halt written, he fled without finishing it. Moscow, one ot trie finest and richest cities in the world, is no more. On rhe 14th the Russians set fire to the Kxchange, to the Bazar, and the Hospital. Oil the 16th a violent v. ind arose. Three or four hundred ruffians set fire to the city in 500 different places at the same moment, by order of the Governor Rostopchin. Five- sixths of the houses were built of wood; the fire spread with a prodigious rapidity; it was ' an ocean of flame. Churches, of which ( here were 1600; above 1000 palaces, immense magazines; nearly all have fallen a prey to the flames. The KiemeUn l^ as been preserved. Their loss is incalculable for Russia, for her commerce « nd for her nobility, who had left all there, it is notorsr- TittUig iti value to stats it at many milliards* Game- Duty. An additional LIST, in alphabetical Order, of the CERTI- FICATES that have been issued to PerVdns ( not acting as Gamekeepers) in the County of BUCKINGHAM, under the Act of Parliament of the 48th of his present Majesty King George the Third, intitled, " An Act for repealing the Duties of Assessed Taxes, and granting new Duties in lieu thereof, and certain additional Duties to be consolidated therewith ; and also for repealing the Stamp Duties on Game Certificates, and granting new Duties in lieu thereof, to be placed under the Management of the Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes :" between the 30th « f September and the 15th of October, 1812, both Days inclusive. Bye James, Caversfieid Brookes George, Steeple- Claydon Casemote William, lckford Causton Rev. Thomas, Turweston, Clerk Coles Benjamin, Ludgershall Deanc Tohn, Towersey Hearn William, Creadon- Underwood Jessop Jaines, Shipton- Lee Jessop William, Ditto King John; Drayton- Parslow Morgan Geo. Sen. Biddlesden, Esq. 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Robert, Tingewick, Clerk Trumper William, Dorney, AnVlditional List, in alphabetical Order, of the Certificates that have been issued to Persons ( acting as Gamekeepers, and not beinR assessed Servants to any Person), in the County of Buck ingham, under the Act of Parliament of the 4S'h of his present Majesty King George the Third, intitled, " An Act for repealing the Duties of Assessed Taxes, and granting new Duties in lien thereof, and certain additional Duties to be consolidated therewith ; and also for repealing the Stamp Duties on Game Certificates, and granting new Duties inlieu thereof, to be placed under the Management of the Commis- sioners of the Affairs of Taxes; from the 30th of September, to the 15th of October, 1812, both Days inclusive. Gamekeepers' Names. Manor or Royalty. By whom appointed. 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William Warelwm, ot Waterhead- mill, Oldham, Lancashire, cotton- spinner, Oct. 19, 27, and Nov. 24, at the Dog Tavern, Manchester.— Attoraies, Messrs. Higson Se Atkinson, Man- chester. John Walker, of Wakefield, Yorkshire, linen- draper, Oct^ 23, 24, and Nov. 24, at the New Court- house, Wakefield.-— Attorney, Mr. Robinson, Wakefield. Thomas Hobbes Scott, of St. Maiy- at- hill. London, wine- merchant, Oct. 17, 24, and Nov. 24, at ^ Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. f. llis, Gray's- Inn. square. William Palmer and Mary Palmer, late of Oxford. street, Middelseit- g- straw- hat- makers, Oct. 31, Nov 3, and 24, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Robinson, Half- Moon- stieet, Pic. cadilly, John Saddington, of Kennington- common, Surrv, corn- dealer, Oct 17, 31, and Nov. 24, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Lamb, Swithin's- lane, Lombard- street. • Henry Bardsley, of Ludworth, Mellor, Derbyshire, cotton- spinner, Oct. 26, 27, and Nov. 24, at the Dog'Tavern, Man- chester.— Attornies, Messrs. 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The Work is closely printed in Royal Quarto, in Columns, and the first Volume, which is considerably advanced at Press, will be published shortly. The second and succeeding Volumes will follow with as much Dispatch as is consistent with the Importance of the Publication. An enlarged Prospectus may be had upon Application to JOHN HARDING, St. James's- Street, London, where Specimens of the Work may be seen, and to whom Gentlemen desirous of possessing it, will be pleased to forward- thei; (-.' Jnuis, oj to the RSpecUYt CQH- fiWJ Bo( il; aJlcf{> hall. — Attorney, Mr. Harman, Wine- olfice- court, Fleet- street. 1 homas Johnson, of Kidderminster, grocer, Oct. 2i), 31, and Nov. at Guildhall, London.— Attornies, Messrs. Farrer, Steadman, iUhtlioff, Nicholas- lane, London. Bankruptcies enlarged. ^ James Knowles, of Sidcup, Kent, schoolmaster, from Oct. 17 to Nov. :!, at Guildhall, London. John . Roberts, late of Russia- row, Milk- street, Cheapside, London, baize- factor, from Oct. 6, to Nov. 7, at Guildhall. Di VIDEND to be made to CEEDITOUS. Nov. 2. Thomas Gardiner, sen. and William Gardiner, of Lei- cester, and Thomas Gardiner, jun. of London, hosiers, at the White Hart Inn, Leicester. LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchange, Monday, Oct, 12, 1812. We have had but scanti supplies of Wheat sincc last Monday, which circumstance has caused an advance in the price of from Ss. to 10s. per quarter, with pretty brisk sales.— Barley ancj Malt have eacti advanced about 2s. per Quarter.— A con- siderable rise has taken place on b. iiling Teas as per currcncy, the supply continuing short.— New Tick Beans, which at the early part of last Monday's market, obtained from 80s. to 85s. per quarter, have since that period declined full 15s. per quarter, the best price now being 66s. to 69s. per quarter.— A small arrival ol Oats since this day se'nnight. has raised the value of this article about 2s. per quarter.— Hour remains steady at last notation.— For further information reler to ths currency annexed. Wheat 85s. tollOs. Fine — s. tolISs. Superfine — s, to — s. Fine White — s. tol2o- s. Rye 60s. to 63i. Barley 52s. to 5Ss. Malt 88s. to 94s White Peas 72s. to 76s. Boilers 106s. tollOs. Average of Wheat, 116s. 6d » .- Suffolks., — s. to — s. Grey Peas — s. to — s. Fine — s. to — s. Beans 90i. to 95s. Fine — s. tol02s„ Ticks 65s. to 69s. Oats 48i. to 54s. Polands 50s. to 53s. Potato^ ditto 56s. to 60s. 15s. 9JJ. lower than last return. Fine Flour, 105s. to 110s.— Seconds, 100s. to 105s. Average of Flour ills. lOdJ.— 4s. 7dJ. lower than last return. JESUIT'S DROPS. rg" T- IE true original JESUIT'S DROPS are now prepared fi by SHAW & EDWARDS, 66, on the Footway, St. Paul Church- Yard, Successors to Joseph Wessells. The Jesuit's Drops have been long known and esteemed a safe, cheap, effectual, and often an immediate Cure for Strangury, Gleets, Weakness of the Kidneys, or Bladder; and when taken on the first Attack of Venereal Infection, they will infallibly accomplish the desired Effect: Should the Complaint be far advanced, it will be necessary to take the Specific Remedy with the Jesuit's Drops. The many Depredations made on the Property of the Pro- prietors, compels them to give this Caution, that no one Bottle will be sent out of their House without SHAW and EDWARDS ( Successors to J. WESSELLS), 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, engraved on the Stamp. All others which are sold without the above Names are Im- positions on the Public.— Price2s. 9d.— lis.— and 22s. Sold Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Higgs, Harborough ; Loggin, Aylesbury; Tomalin, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Gallard, Towcester; I'oulter & Knijjhton, Stony- Stratford; and Page, Otmdlej I T C IT, BE it ever so inveterate, perfectly cured in twenty- four Hours, by an Ointment called TYCE's OINTMENT, which is agreeable in Smell, does not contain a Particle of Mercury, or any pernicious Ingredient, but is so Innocent that it may be used with the greatest Safety on l'e'rsons of the most delicate Constitutions, pregnant Women, and Children at the Breast. The superior Efficacy and Reputation of this Ointment having induced some Persons to counterfeit it, the Proprietor finds it necessary to caution Purchasers to be particular in ask- ing for ' l'yce's Ointment. One Box, Price Is. 9d. will cure one grown- up Person, or two Children. Also, at the same Place may be had, TYCE's INFALLIBLE CHYMICAL LOTION for the same, by the Use of which Persons may cure themselves with so much Secrecy as not to be discovered even by a Bedfellow, being without Smell or Stain. Price 2s. 9d. each Bottle. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, John Tyce, No. 20, Hatton- Garden, London; and, Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, and Edge, Northampton; Mather, Wellingbo- raugh; and all Venders of Medicines in the Kingdom. BALM OF QUITO. AMONG the nianv Discoveries in Medicine, none claims the Attention of Mankind more than that great Restorative, the CORDIAL BALM OF QUITO, which possesses the inestimable Power of renovating the most debilitated Consti- tution, whether it arises from the Indiscretions of Youth, or by a Residence in hot or unhealthy Climates, the immoderate use of Tea, spirituous Liquors, or other noxious Fluids; too sedentary a Life, or too close an Application to Study; excessive Grief, injudicious Administration of Mercury, Sec. : or, should it preceed from the habitual Tendency to Consumption, or by whatsoever Cause the Constitution becomes relaxed, weak, or decayed, this Restorative and re- animating Balm of Life and Health, will produce the happiest Effects. A few Doses of this Medicine will afford immediate Assurance of returning Health and Strength, by giving Tone to the muscular System and Organs of Digestion, thereby invigorating and renovating the whole Constitution. To the young it will afford lasting Health, Strength, and Spirits, in place of Lassitude and Debility ; and to the Aged and Infirm it will assuredly furnish great Relief and Comfort, by gently and safely invigorating the- System; and if it be in the Power of Medicine to gild the Autumn of declining Years, and calmly and serenely to protract the close of Life beyond its narrow Span, this Restorative is capable of effecting that grand Desideratum. The Cordial Balm of Quito is sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Weston and Co. 229, Strand, London; ill Bottles at 2s. 9d. — 10s. 6d. and Family Bottles 33s. each, by which there is a saving of 9s. ; sold also by Mr. Edge, Druggist, North- ampton ; and the Venders of Patent Medicines throughout the United Kingdom. PRICE or SEEDS. 65s. Od. to 70s. 0d.> Sos. Od. to 40s. Od. f 7Ss. Od. to! lis. Od. f P" cwt. lids. Od. tol47s. 0d.) Carraway Coriander Red Clover White ditto White Mustard Brown ditto Turnip ISs. Od. to 20s. 0d.' ditto. 16s. Od. to 20s. Od. f . t 22s. Od. to 28s. 0d.$ per b'ls!* PRICE OF HOPS. Kent .. . 121. 0s. tol51. I5 « . Kent.. .101. Os. tol3I. Sussex . .. 111. OS. tol4I. 14s, Sussex.. .91. 0s. to! 21. Os, E ssex .. -. 121 0s tol51. 0s. Farnham 161. 0s. to20i. 0s. SMITH FI E LD. — MONDAY, October 12. ( To sink the offal— per stone of Ribs.) Beef. 4s. 4d. to 5s. 4a. I Veal 5s. Od. to 6s. 8f. Mutton ... 4s. 8d. to 6s. Od. | Pork 5;. Od. to 7s. 4; i. Lamb 5s. 0d. to 6s 4d. Head of Catt/ t this llay — Beasts, about 2,685— Sheep and Lambs, 15,900 — Calves, 145- Pigs, 300. NEWGATE AND LF. ADENHALL MARKETS. ( By the Carcase.) Beef 3s. 8d. to 4s. 8d. I Veal 4s. Sd. to 6s. 4d. Mutton 4s. Od. to 5s. 01. 1 Pork 5s. Od. to 7s. 4d. Lamb 4s. 8d. to 6s. 0d. . .94: PRICE OF Town Tallow 91s. fid. Yellow Russia White ditto Soap ditto . / Melting Stuff Ditto rough .. 45s. Od. Graves 20s. v) d. Good Dregs ,9s. Od. SOAP— Yellow.. 98s. 0d. Od. — s. Od. 92s. Cd. " s. Od. TALLOW. St. James's Market.. 5s. 31. Clare Market .'. 0s. Od. Whitechapel Maiket 5s. 5d. 10s. 8J. Average per st. of81b. 5s. 4( 1, Mottled.. 112s. Od. PRICE or LEATHER, PER POUND. Butts, 60 to 561b. each 25d. to 27d, Ditto, 56 to 6t> ib. each 29d. to — d. Merchants' Backs 24d. to 2od. Dressing Hides 20d. to 21d. fr Fine Coach. Hides 2ld. J to 23d. CropHides, S5to401o. tor cutting 21d. to 2.3d J 45to50Ib.. . —• Calf Skin SO to 401b. .. JCto 701b. .. 7i) to 801b. .. Small Seals ( Greenland* . Large Ditto, 180s.- to 180s. Tanned Horse- It ides, .... 19J. to 21d. 36d. to 40d. - 38d. to 46d.; 38d. to - led.' 33d. to 3ti. V per Dozen.— Goat Skins, 34s. tof^ sj - -., to " SdJ NORTHAMPTON: T. 1£, DICEY, W Printed nnd , SUTTON, Published by ar. r to & It. SUITllbON.
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