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The Salopian Journal

02/12/1812

Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 984
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The Salopian Journal

Shropshire Newspaper - With News from Herefordshire and Wales
Date of Article: 02/12/1812
Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Address: Corn-Market, Shrewsbury
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 984
No Pages: 4
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PRINTED BY WILLIAM EDDOWES, A oi. 19.] N0, 984. Wednesday, ^ ORAr- l^ R/^ T, SHREWSBURY. December 2, 1812. Price Sixpence Halfpenny. This Paver is circulated in the most expeditious Manner through the adjoining Counties nf VINGLAND ami ' VVALES. — Advertisements not exceeding ten Lines, inserted at Five Shillings - and'Sixpence cach. 4 necessary Appendage to every Farm- House- This Day is |> u" l> lishc< i, Price 12s. iu Boards, ur las. bound ami lettered; Ihe eighth Edition, greatly enlarged and improved, of rj^ HE FARMER'S CALENDAR, containing the Details A and Arrangements of all the Business necessary to be performed on various Kinds of Farms, during E V i, It > MONTH OF THF YF. AU, according to the MOST APPROVED and WEST MOUF. RN PRACTICE; and forming a PRACTICAL f ARMER'S COMPLETE LIBRARY. BY ARf HUR YOUNG, ESQ F. R. S. Secretary to Ihe Board of Agriculture, and member of most of I lie Agricultural, Economical, aud Philosophical Societies in Europe and America. I Printed for RICHARD PHILLIPS, 47, Ludgate-. Tlill-, and j to be had of VV. EDDOWES, Shrewsbury, and all Booksellers I and News- carriers. N. B. Country Gentlemen, disposed to distribute this ! valuable and incomparable Bock among tlieir Tenantry, j may have Ibirieen Copies to I he Dozen, aud a more public spirited and patriotic Act could 110t. be well pel formed,• than I to give it, in lhat way, an universal aud . grutnilous Circu- lation. There can heuoDoubl, but the gei/ i- ral Adoption c. f the improved Practices detailed iu tlx: Pages of this Volume, would, in a few Years, doublet he Value of every Estate in the C. nniry, as well to Landloid as to Tenant, and in nn equal Degree, augment the Resources, Strength, and political Consequence of the Empire. CD RACY WANTED. ACLERGYM AN, wtii) has been many Years in Priest's Ord' rs, and who is only engaged in Ihc Mornings on a Sunday, will be. ready to undertake the AFTERNOON DUTY at any Church in ihe Country, within eight Miles of Shrewsburv. Apply 10 ihe PRINTER or THIS PAPER. ' FARM TO BE LE V, SITUATE at BI ANYIIREE, in tbe Parish of Llauvair- vaterdine, and Couuty of Salop, now iu the 11 ecu pa ion of Mr Thomas Dakms, containing about 120 Acres, with an unlimited Right of Common 011 the adjoining Hills, which are excellent Sheepwalks. For Particulars apply lo Mr. LLOYD, Grove House, near • Ludlow, Shropshire. This Advertisement will not be continued. ~ TIMBER At Ruyton of the Eleven Towns and Yorlon. TO BF, SOU) BY~ PU7VATE CONTRACT, | OAK and 2.1 ASH TREES, growing ou Lands in W J RUYTON aforesaid, in the Occupation of John Da » ies. Also the undermentioned Trees, gro ing on Lands in YORTON, in the Parish of Broiighton, in the Occupation of Mr. Ilooert Scott; viz. 23 OAK TREES, a ASH, 7 ELM, and I LIME. Mr. John Civies will sliew the Trees at Ruyton, and Mr. Robert Scott those Bt Yorloii ; and further Particulars may LE had by applviog at the Wftic of Mr. VV. EGERTON JEFFREYS, Shrewsbury. i . Ai'lAl DA I ll 1' FARM. DEATH OF CAIN, after liie manner ofthe Death of Abel, published by B. uud R. Crosby aud Co Stationers* Court, Ludgate Street, London. Sold by EDDOWES, Wood and . VV'atlon, Morris, aud Newling. Shrewsbury ; Hotilstous, Wellington ; Smith, Ironln- idge and- Wenlock; • Edmunds, Madeley ; Silvester, Newport; Parker, Whit- church ; Ihe Booksellers in Chester; J. Painter, Wrex- ham ; and all other Booksellers, nhll E DEATH of CAIN, in FIVE ROOKS, after the a. Manner of ibe DEATH OF ABEL, the ith edition, to which is prefixed the principal eventsin the HISTORY ' IF MAN, before that period, embellished with a beautiful Frontispiece aud Vignette, price 2s. boards, or 011 fine large paper, .3s. Also lately published, ist. GAY's FABLES, in two pints complete, with bis Life, embellished by 100 beautiful Wood Cuts by Branston, a neat pocket vol. ,1s. 6d. 2d. Tbe ACCOMPLISHED YOUTH, or the TRUE PRINCIPLES of MORALITY aud POLITENESS, 2s fid. extra boards. yd. ADVICE to YOUTH, a Compendium of- the Duties of Human Life, by Dr. HUGH BLAIR, 3d edition, is. 4Lli. CROSBY'S ELEGANT PRECEPTOR, being an introduction lo the Knowledge of the World and Useful ' Accomplishments, Is. 6d. .' ilb ORIGINAL FABLES, bv a Lady, dedicated to the PRINCESS of WALES, nil Ii 54 fine Mood cuts, on wove foolscap paper, 7s 6d. boards. 6th. CROSBY'S LONDON LETTER WRITER, con. sisling of fnnfiliar Letters on the different occurrences in Life, Is. sewed. " THE ART OF Kl. EGA. Vi' LO',\ lPOSITIO. V i This Day is published, in Roy| il lamo. a new Edition, I Price 7s. 61I. bound, wi. tb toe full Allowance to Schools, ' i riM! E ELEMENTS OF ENGLISH COMPOSITION, ! I serving as mi easy und sure Guide to the Practice of writing the English Language with Precision and Elegance; being designed 111 aCourseof Education lo succeed to llie Study of the English Grammar and Ihelearned Languages, • 1 and adapted to the Use of all Persons w ho wish to acquire a correct. and elegant Slvle. BY DAVID IRVING, LL. D Printed for Richard Phillips, 47, Ludgnte Hill; sold hy j W EDOOWES, SlU'etisbury ; and to be bad of. alt Book- \ sellers. j Of whom may he had BLAIR'S PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR, being the cheapest aud most comprehensive Course of English Grammar ever published, price as. tid. ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE OFftCK. London, October 28, 1312. rB~ VHE Corporation of the Royal Exchange Assi ranee JL have constituted and apnointed Mr. WILLIAM ED- DOWES, j u 11 of SHREWSBURY, in the Counly of Salop, Bookseller, & c. their AGENT and RECEIVER for the said Place and Hal ts adjacent, for Wie Assurance of Buildings, Goods, Merchandise, aud Farming sStock, FROM LOSS on DAMAGE BY FIRE; and also for the Assurance of LIVES. By Order of ilie- Court of Directors, SA MU E L FEN NI NG, juii. Secret*!, yJ LETTER WRITING, THE OBJECT AND END OF LIBERAL EDUCATION. This Day is published, Price 3s - 6d. bound, with the full Allowance, to Schools, MODELS of JUVEfGLE I. ETTRRS, on familiar and eVery-' day Subjects, to which are subjoined, NU- MEROUS SI. TS of TOPICS for the Exercise of Pupils, with some Examples of familiar FRENCH aud ITALIAN LETTERS, and of COMMERCIAL I ETTERS. ' The Whole adapt" d to the PRACTICAL USE OF SCHOOLS for both Sexes BY THE REV. DAVID BLAIR, Author of the Class Book, Universal Preceptor, Parent's Catechism, English Gramntar, & e'. Tiie chief, if not tbe only. Object of all grammatical iiiiil literary Education, being the Attainment of the. Ai- t of ele- gant Letter Writing, and there having been, lill this Time, no School Book 011 so important and essential an Arl, the Author of this practical elementary Work calculatcs on its immediate and extensive adoption in nil Schools. Printed for RICH \ it0 PHILLIPS, Luilgnle- 11 ill; sold by • W. K- ODOWES, Shrewsbury, and all otherBooksellers. TO HANKERS, MERCHANTS, AND HETAIL" DEALERS. Just published by B. au'd'R. CROSBY and Co. 4, Stationers' Court, Paternoster Row, London ; and sold by JY. EODOWES, Printer, Shrewsbury, and all Booksellers. 1 > t A neto Edition if 18.000 Copies carcfnlly corrected— Price 1 s.' 6d. in Sheep ; IsAnCntf. CIOL' INS's COMPLETE READY RECKONFTR, con- / sisting of Tables accurately cast up, of auy Quantity of Goods from a Farthing lo a Pound at oue View, adapted to the Use of Wholesale and Retail Dealers. To which is added, Tables of- luterest Imperial Parliament. FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTH PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. HOUSE OF LORDS- TUESD AY, NOVEMBER 21. At two o'clock the l. onn CHANCELLOR took bis seat, on the woolsack His Lordship then acquainted the House that tbe New Parliament would he opened by Commissioners, appoint- ed by virtue of Letters Patent, signed for- that purpose by his Iloval Highness tbe Prince Regent, in. the name and on the heba'f ot bis Majesty. The Commissioners took their seats on the woolsack, namely, the Duke of York, the Lord ' Chan- cellor, the Duke of Cumberland, the Earl of Liverpool, and the Far] of Westmoreland. The LORD CHANCELLOR then diieeted the Usher of the Black Rod to summon the Commons to the liar; and in a few minutes the Clerks of that House at- tended accordingly, followed by a great many " Members, who had that day taken the oaths before the Lord Steward of the \ consider their choice, and to elect a mote worthy person to the WEDNESDAY, N0VF. M1SER 25. This day af twelve - l'olock, the Lords; Commissioners Cook their seats in tbe . House qf Peers, and immediately sent the Usber of the Black Rod to desire tbe attendance ofthe House . of Commons, with. their speaker - Elect.- to present him for his Majesty's approbation. In a few minutes, ahont 200 Members with Mr. Abbot at their head, appeared at the liar; Mr. Abbot was supported bv Sir J* ohu NicboS and Mr. Cartwright, - whi had taoved ahil seconded bis re- election. Mr. ABBOT then addressed the'Lords Commissioners in a slioit speech; informed . their Lordships, that iu obedience to his Majesty's, commands, and in virtue of their antient rights, die Commons had proceeded to Ihe election of a Speaker, and that the choice had oncu more fallen upon him. D— ply im- pressed with this new mark of confidence of the Commons, and in lutittUfe compliance with their wish, he now. presented himself at their Lordships' Bar; but earnestly prayed that his Majesty would be pleased lo allow the Commons to- re- llousebold.— The LOBDCHANCELLOR then ordered the letters Patent to be read; xvhrch' having been done by tbe Clerk, fl. s L'ird:- hip Said, that bis Royal Highness the Prince Regent hadiComrnanded them ( the Commissioners) to open this present Parliament; and also to . direct liie Commons to retire to their ordinary place of meeting, there to proceed forthwith to the election of a fit aud pioper person to be ttavir Speaker. That when they bad so elected a Speaker, they should to- morrow at 12 o'clock, return him 10 that House, for his Roval II ghness's approbation. When lhat w is done, and the: Members of - both Houses had taken the noCessary oaths, htsfiovttl Highness would declare thecauses of his assembling the present Parliament . The Commons then retired from the Bar, and proceeded to Commission Brokerage VVci^ its „ lt. electioi, of „ Speaker; and IheClerk of their Lordships' SththpS'in Use, Tune of Transfer, ,„„.„.,„, ,„ ,„„„ ;„ .,„. , liesent. whi<, h ias, Rj TOLLS TO BE LET. TO BE LEY BY TF. NDFH VTOT1CF. is herebv given, thai llieTolls arising nnd to AN eligible and improvable FARM of « 24 Acres or he collected at the several Toll Gates hcreinafter- tlieieahouts, called ' l H E COURT, in the Parish of ™ < " Tr ^"'" Vr'- iSHS j5 » les. Lmhlp, STOKE ST. MII. BORO. UGIJ, six Miles from Ludlow. .. | Cales, IT^ se and ( jowu(, ate, I. lanymynech and Neu- brid: Any Gentleman w is'uiug 10 offer for the same, is req- iested to stole his Prniu'sols in Writiut, diitwtod to Mr. ' t iioMAS j WELCIJ, Post Otiice, Buidgilorllh The Gentleman whose pfi'er is accepted " till IK required to give satisfcictovy I! e- | e,- ciu; ts. ' I1' The present Tenant, or Mr. Richard - Perks, VvionOwing piidTlira. sbiiii; Machine Maker, Stoke Si. Milborough, will Bliew ihe Premises. , NOTICE is HEREBY GIVF. X, THAT the Trustees of tbe several Turnpike Roads leading front Bishop's Casile, iu the County of Salop, towards Ludlow, Shrewsbury, Pool and Knrghlpn, atlfl from Clun to Newtou Green, in the several Counts** of Salop, Montgomery, and Radnor., will meet at the Castle Inu, iu Bishop's Ci- sile tiforcsanl. oa TUESDAY, the 1.1th Day of DECEMBER next, at ten o'C'oek in the Foreunoii, for ihe purpose of letting the Tulbcarisiug at the Turnpikes lr reiinner mentioned, to Ihe highest Bidders, either for one ov two Years from l. adv Day next, as the Trustees shall then determine The'snine Tolls are now let for ihe re- spective yearly Rents following, and w 11 be put up at thusc Sums, and subject to such Comiitious as shall be then and there produced. Bishop's Castle Gates on the Roads leading towards Ludlow and Side- gate al I agih u 1 ane Bishop's Castle Gale on tbe Knighton Road and Toll BAI nnd. r Hall Orchard Kempion Clun Gates 011 llie Road to Newton Green Aston Park Lane, B. issford, aud Side- gale in Long Lane 245 Knighton Gates 80 Foul l. ane ' End, Bridges, aud Pulverbalcb, wilh , Gates, Cm 11 ant Gate, GroespKmn Gale, Pool upper Gale, Llaulaii- Gate, and ' Trefnaut Gate, will be I. F. T BY . AUCTION to the best Bidder, iu the Town Hall, 111 the Town of Ptyol aforesaid, 011 the 23( 1 Day of DECBMBER next, precisely" at lite Hour of Eleven iu the Forenoon, pursuant to ihe Directions < Jf Itie scver- tl Acts of Pailia- inout mailt' and passed relating to the said several Turnpike Roads, and in the Manner directed by " An Act of Parlia- ment made and passed in the 18th Year of the Reign of his present Majesty for regulating Hie Turnpike Roads ;" winch said Tolls produced Ihe last Year the several Sums after mentioned above the Expenses of collecting the same. VA hoevei happens lo he Ibe best Bidder, must at Ihe same Time give Security with sufficient. Surelies to the Satisfac- tion of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads, for Pay- ment uf Ihe Rents agreed for, at such TittMk and in Such Proportions as tbe said Trustees shall appoint. dHtb NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER G1VENJ, That the said Trustees will at Ihe Time and Place afore- said, proceed lo ELECT NEW TRUSTEES, intheRuomof such as are " deceasedur who have resigned ; and that at toe Hour of three in the Afternoon the said Meeting will be adjourned. RICHARD GRIFFITHF. S, Clerk to the said Trustees. Bultington Cross Gates, Lcighton and Rose aud £ Crown Gutes 394 Llanyniynech and New- bridge Gates 245 Ceuuaiit Gale, Groespluau Gate, Church Gate, Bool upper Gate, and Llanfair Cate 262 Trefnant Gate 16 and Measures, Ditties and Dividends duc » a List of Bankers, aud Cuuiuieiciai Ti « b es. The most Correct and Usiiful Book ufihe kind ever published. • Bv THOMAS COLLINS. " A very pretty fybtirm of a very « « elftl little Hook, ichich is watly and correctly printed,*, suthainMest Volume mjtst be very acceptable to those Icho require if? assistance." Anii- jacobiii Revie- w, Oct 1808. 3d. ' STENHOUSE'S TA- BLES OF INTEREST, COM- MISSION, BROKERAGE and EXCHANGE, at . ill the Usual Rates, to which is added, a uuriiber of Useful Com- mercbti Tables, adapted for Bankers, Merchants and • VThole- sale Dealers. Neatly litid Correctly printed, Royal 8vo, price21s. boards. 3d. MITCHELL'sTABLES Of INTEREST AT FIVE PEtt CENT.- from 1 to 30OOI. for 1 lo 90 Days, . and 1 to il2 Slont- hs, for general Use, with Commission Tables from l- 3th to 5 perCcrft, i2mo 33 4th CROSBY'S MERCHANT'S ANDTRADESMAN'S POCKET DICTIONARY iu all the various " Bennehes of Commerce, parttLiilarlythe estabiixbed Laws of Shippiirg, Customs, Duties of Agents, Assignments, ARHILR « ti'oils, Bankrupts, Parish Matters, VV^ IIs, Deeds, and almost every occurrence in Life.— Price t) s boards. " • This s ortetf themwt printed and useful Dictionaries " e have seen ; the vast variytyfyf Subject's ' it contains will be found neces- sar / and convenient for every person, from the Peer to the menial servant— Anli Jacobin Keview, October 1808. 5th, ANEW SYSTEM OF SHORT HAND, by which more may be written in One Hour, than in Oue Hour and a Half hv nn- v oilier System. By S A MU EL RICH A ft ESON, late Teachcr at Chester, Liverpool, & c. Fourth Edition, Svo. boards, 8s, 6th. A ? l( iV » IM'ROWCT'IOS to the 1TA1. IMN M ETHOD of B, f) OK KEEPING, by the Rev. It. TUR- NER, Corrected by VV. : MALllAM,. is. 338 170 60 230 Side- sate at Swine Wiek,- t Bishop's Castle ( Jatcs, .011 the old and new J Turnpike Roads to Monlgoniery, witliV Side- gates near Bishop's-, Moat S Bishop's Castle Gale on tbe Road toi Churchsloke and Pool S " No Person will he allowed to bid for any of the above Tolls wi'hout previously producing such Sureties as the Trustees shall approve of; aud whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must it tbe same Time, with sueh Sureties, execute an Agreement fur Payment of the Rents at the Times and iu the Vlanm- r the Trustees shall direct. THOMAS J NES, Clerk lo the Trustees. Bishop's Castle, GJth October, 1812. ft etshj/ Ool, 5th November, 1812. T ivr S pi u- liajr, UTILITY AND ELE'l^ HCE COMBINED. Under the IJIusirinivsPiitronaje of Iheir Rovnl Highnesses the Princess of WALES and Hoke of SUSSEX, Ihe Spanish Ambassador, and most of the N'lftility. " ACASSAR OIL for Ihe HAIR. This Oil is proudly recommended 01) llie b . sis of TRUTH and FXl'ERI. ENCE, and the most re- pectable ' f- stimonials— Its virtues are composed of verethWe iiigiedi. entK fiotn a tiee in toe Island ( if Macassar,' in the East Indies. It posses- e perties of tbe ipost saluitrioua nature for restoring the where it has been BALD for vears, preserves it from falling off or turning grev, to the latest peiiod of life ; produces on the tresses a most beautiful GLOSS, SCENT, and ( URL ; also is pre- eminent tor Children's flair, instead of Soaps, See. it cleanse* t| i « Hai. r much 1 asler, is ex'trem. Iv plf. asanl to the infant, and firings the Hair to a beautiful stale; promotes the GROWTH of Whiskers and Eye- brows; io fine, renders the l- lair of Ladies, Qentlemen, and Children, inexpres- sibly altraciing. View Rowland's Treatise on the Improvement of the human hair, illustrative of the virtues of llie Macassar Oil, with a number of testimonials froni Peisfms nf distinguished Con. sideratiou, highly Wormy the attention of Parents, Proprie- tors of Boarding Schools, 8tc Sic. included with each bottle in the wrapper, which is signed on the outside, A. Rowland and Son, in red ink, without which none aie genuine. Sold at 3s 6d. IDs. Sd. and One Guinea per bottle, by the Proprwlois, ROWLAND and SON, Kirby- street, Hat'nn- ganteu; and hy their appointment, bv W. EDDOWES, Printer, and Messrs Wood and Walton, Shrewsbury; Hulme, Hair- dressrr, Welshpool; and by all Hair dressers, Perfumers and Medicine Venderaiu every Town throughout fhe Empire. But beware of Impostors— the genuine has Ihe Signatuie A. ROW I AND and SON. Of whom may be had, Patronised by her Royal H giiiiess the Duchess of York, and his Excellency the Duke del lulantado, aud many families of high distinction, ALSANA EXTRACT; Or, ABYSSINIAN BOTANICAL SPECIFIC for the TEETH and GUMS. A Preparation that surpasses all others for eradicating all Disorders of the Teelh aud Gums, and rendering them ex- tremely beautiful. Sold at 10s. 61!. per bottle, or small bjttlel at 4s. 6d. each. Also the AUana Powder, for cleansing the Teeth, at to 9d. per box. lO those 1. no aie » o U s t'Olt 1 0 N A I 1. •> iii' tu'tie'r by that Disagieeoble Disorder, the ITCH, to whiih, as • aitv evpeii, toe proves, the most 1 expectable persons are fiom its infectious nature liable ; it will he of advantage. tu know-, thai they may rely ou being effectually cured, by ONE HOUR'S AI'PLIGATION OF BARCLAY'S . ORIGINAL OINTMENT. This safe, speedy, & effectual Remedy, has been in general use for upwards of 80 years, without a single instance of its havieg failed to cure the most iuveteiate cases. It does not contain ilie smallest particle of Mercui y, or any other dan- gerous ingredient, aud ma. y be safely used by persons of the most delicate constitution, fhe Public aie requested tu ob- serve, tbot none.. can possibly \> e genuine, unless the Names of the Proprietors, BARCLAY and SON, are engraved 011 ih. e Stamp . affiled to eai h B ix; and great danger may arise from the neglect of Ibis caution.— Sulll wholesale and retail by Barclay and S > 11, ( the O'nlj successors to Jackson and Co.) No PA, Fleet Market, London. 1 rice Is. 9.1 duty included ; and by iheir appoiutm- nt, bv W SiifiuowEs, Morris, Palin, and Newling, Shrew. bury ; Miller, - Mallelev Market- place; Honlstons, Wellington; Smith, Iron Bridge, and Much Wenlock; Silvester, Newport; Faker, Evausou, Whilchurcli; Bangli, Cross, Elle. niere ; Procter, Drayton; Weaver, Mo. itjioniery ; J lies ,: iad Co. Evuhs, Rob^ ris, an- l Powell, Welsh Pool; Monal, Pii- je, Ellwands, ami Mvnsball, ; Oswestry; Griffiths, Bishop'. Castie j Grifnths, Ludlow; Gitton, liiidgnorth ; Scarroi- t, Shiffnal; Painter. VYiexham; Jones, Ctip k ; - Monis. Ruaboii; Evans, Llangeiniew ; Evans, Newtown , and by every Medicine Vender in tbe Kingdom. r|" VHE King's Evil, Struma or Scrofula, a fleets the glands of I the ntck, under the chin, arm pits, groin, bams, arms, and wrists, but are most Commonly seated in the neck, and beneath the ears To remove these obstinate symptoms, the whole Materia Mrdica has been tried, with very little success-, and the unhappy sufferer left to diag on a life of misery.— Mauv are crawling along on ciutche* at tbis moment whom thfi Anti- linpetigines would restore to health and vigour, if recour- e was had 10 it. The direction* given with each hot- tie are plain, aod iis api'hcation is aitvnded with little, or 110 trouble. Huil, ram, or snuzc1, can be 110 obstacle tn any person taking ibis medicine, as no farther precaution is ne- cessaiy thau such as is usually taken to prevent common colds ; and they aie taken with great benefit every spring and autumn as a purifier of the blood, and the advantage re- sulting from then- use is equally striking during the practice of sea battling, bv those troubled witli leprosy or seoibutic eruptions. It is well established as a fact, that au impure or scrofulous taint will remain in Ihe habit foi years, nay, for ge- nerations, u discovered, and will invade tire noble organs of the human frame, before the patient can be aware of his danger. Tne Anti* Impetigines strikes at the root, not at tbe blanches, and with tins peculiar advantage etfccts a cure when other medicines fail. Sold in bottles, price lis. each ; or four in one Family Bol• tie, for 53 shillings, by which the purchaser saves one lis. bottle; bv W. EDDOWES, Punter, Shrewsbury; T. Poole, Chester; P. Maddox, Naulwich ; J. Ciaig, Namwicti; VV. Smith, Ironbridge and Wedlock, Robeit Parker, Whticbutch; and all Medicine Venders in the Unitfcd Kingdom. Observe particularly, that the words 11 Saml. Solomon, Live;- fool," aie printed un the Stamp. Genuine and complete edition of DAY's SANUVORD and ME'RTON. This Day is Published. embellishedtvi'. h'foUr new'plates, in two' neat vo'vhtes i- 2fno. ptfcc S. t. 1 rip HE HISTORY of SAN DFORD and M ERTON, in- JL tended for the USE OF CHILDREN, Bv THOMAS DAY, E^. A new edition, to tVhich is prefixed a SVETCH of the AUTHOR'S LlFE. " Suffer little - children to come unto me, aii'd forbid them not." London, printed for B. and R. Ci- asby and Co Stationer's Court; Riviiigtons and Harris ; and ' Johnson and Co. St.. Paul's Church Yard; Walke. r, Longman aud Co.; Sherwood and Co.; Gale and Co. and Hamilton, Paternoster Row ; and Dai tun and Harvey, GraceChnicb Street. Siild by EDDOWES, Wood anil Walton, Morris, and Newjiug, Shrewsbury ; Huulstohs, - Wellington; Smith, Ironbridge and Weulock ; EdttlWnds, Madeley; Silvester, Newport; Wright, Whitchurch ; the Booksellers in Chester; J. Painter, Wrexham ; and all other Booksellers. Of whom may be I mil for lie Ve OrSi'loloTs, Au Abridgment of rile same work, iu 611c voluuie, 12mo, 4s. bound. WOMBRIDGE COAL and IRONSTONE WORKS. TO BE LET, And entered upon on the first Day of January mat, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, \ LL those the Mines of COAL anil IRONSTONE, JTV belonging to WM CHARLTON, F. sq. within the Lord- ship ofWoMBRlOGE, and OAKEN GATES, in the County of Salop, now in Work. For Particulars thereof, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr LEEKE, Vineyard, near Wellington I or Mr. VICK- £ RS, of Cranmere, near Bridgnorth. DR. ANDERSON'S • Or, The True Scots Pills, ( So well known and approved for their Etlicacv in Bilious, Flatulent, and Stomach Complaints in general), HAVE been almost a Century, and still continue to be j faithfully prepared bv Diccv and Co. No. HI, Btiw Cuu ch Yard, London; and are sold retail by one or more j • espectable Vender in every Town thiOiighout Ihe King- ' dom, price Is. ljd. a Box. dsh Particularly for those prepared by DICEY and Qo. and ; . to iiieveiitConiiterfeits observe thol their Name is iii the Snmo. To Mr. DIXON, Apotnecary, SIR— I take the earliest Opportunity to acquaint you that I have received the most wonderful Benefit from the u « e of yonr DIXON's ANTIlllLIOUS PILLS, which I carried with me to Jamaica, aod all iho^ e Friends to whom I dis- tnbuted them have experienced the same salutary Benefit; they declare t'nem to be the best Medicine ever used in that Country, for Bilious and other Complaints The following ; are Names of several Ladies and Gentlemen who have received Ihe utmost Relief from vour Dixon's Antibilioos Pills : Charles Taylor, Esq. Jamaica Wiiliain Shaw, Esq. Kingston, ditto j Mr. Woftdriff Spanish Tow, 1, ditto ; G. W Hamilton, Esq ; Savanna la Mar, ditto; J. Smith, Esq. Old Harbour, ditto; G. Aliston, Esq, ditto; Mr. Walker, Port M" raut, dilto; 1 J. Peiilmsou, Esq. Salt River, ditto; Mr. Mullens, ditto ; J. Bum, Esq. Savanna ; G. P. Polack. Esq, ditto; Mrs. Oliver Goldsmith, Kingston, ditto; M. s Perry, St. Ann's; Mi's, Woodriff, Spanish Town ; with many others of tbe first Re- spectability. Sir your most obedient Servant, July 1, 1811. Tiios. HARROCO, of the Ship Ganges. Sold, wholesale and retail, by Mr. Butler, No. 4, Cheap- side, Corner of Paternoster- row, London; and retail by EDDOWES, Wood and Walton, Surrey, Morris, and Paliu. Shrewsbury ; lloulston and Son, and Bntge. s, Wellington ; Silvester, Newport; Scariott, Sh final ; Sinitb, Ironbridge and Wenlock i Edwards, Morrall, and Price, Oswestiv ; Baugh, Edesmere; Painter, Wrexham ; Qjtton, and Bung- ham, Bridgnorth ; Gower anil Co. Kidderminster ; Procter, Owen, and Valentine, Ludlow ; MeredOh, and Burltou, Leomins'er; and most Country Medicine Vendeis, in Boxes at 2s. 9d. and Cs. and fauniy B xes at 22s. each. Of whom may be had, BUTLER's VEGETABLE TOOTH POWDER, So justly esteemed and recommended for sweetening the Breatn, beautifying and preserving the Teeth, and preventing the Tooth Ache, Gum Boils, and Swelled Face, House .. proceeded to swear in tbe Peers piesent, which lasted till four o'clock. HOCSG OF COMMONS. This being the dav appointed fpritbe meeting of the new Parliament, the Lord Steward of the Hou* ehold attended in i the morning, inthe Painted Chamber, and administeied the . 011th to ail the Members of the- House of Commons who at- | tended, 1 Aixlot thire o'clock a considerable number of Members ! being assembled, the- Gentb- man Usher of the Black Rod suin- ! tunned the House to the House of Peers, to henr his Majesty's j- Commission for holding the present parliament read. The i Hon- e accordingly, with Mr. Lee, the Chief Clerk, at Iheir I litfd, p'Oeeeded to the House of Peers, and, after tbe Com- ' mission hail been read, were desired, in the name of his j Majesty, to return to their own House, and proceed immedi- 1 ate. lv to the . olioiee of a Speaker Go tooil return a pause ! and silence of some minutes' cuutiuuauce ensued, vvllich was j at leiiytli interiupted by Sir J. NICHOL rising and addressing Mr. Lee to the following effect I^ HEI - began - by slating, thai it Was oiistohfary atthe meeting of everv liew Parliament, and in o. liedi. U ' e lo tbe eofnmaiid of - tiie Cro. vo, to prncee-. l to the choice of anew Speaker; anil it was necessary that they should immediately proceed to . the exercise of that autient and undoubted pri- vilege— a privilege m ist important to the independence of the House, and to the rights and liberties of the people—• f Hear ! hear f t— and consequently, to the h'ap iiiiess and p'o* ei! U- of the Country. To enable the House to come to a deci- ioti on this stihj-.- ct. it might uot he unnecessary to take a short- review of some of the qualities which must necessa' dy be possessed by a person betore tie could be eligible to fill ihat ibtfnifieJ and hieoty honoaranie sritrafion. - The duties he would have to perform were various— fii- st, he must hive a thorough knuwljjdae of the customs of Ihe House 111 its legis lative capacity— he must have a - knowledge of ' he private business usually " brought b'elore the House, a id which fie- c\ uer. tl'v embraced questions of he greatest importance to Ihe wealth- add prosperity of this great rich, and powerful com. nieroial country— he must also po- sess abilities to command reipeot, und to prosei\ e decdrntn — he mast have an ace'urate kiiow ledge of the laws of ibecountrv, and an ardent love for our happy Constitution. Punctbaiitv of uttciidauce, anil quick disjiat. ch uf business, were also necessarv requisites — Ho, must possess a funitiess of mind and decision of character sufficient to enable bun, to preserve lOfiol. irtt v i 11 the proceed- ings ot the fiouse— a icinper uot to be ruffled tiv pertinacity, aiid a patience not'. to'pe tired by length of, debate.. Dignity of man 01 was a qualification highly requisite,, since the thanks ofthe House would be deprived of tu If their value, if not delivered ill a dignified aiid impressive manner ; and its Ceu- slnes w- iidld prove inetfec'iial, if not pionouuced ' in atone, and wilh a deoi anor, conveying an idea of authority that should command respect—( Hear, hear!)— And tn insure th s, the individual selected should possess an - hdepeudence beyond c. otitionl, arid inlegrity bevond the power id'influence. An- other trait iu the character of the person w ho filled the Chair ofth. it 11 os" should tie the possession of a spirit of hospitality befitting the rank of fij> t couuuooer., in this great and Opulent ' couitiry.—( ttear, hear IJ— Tliese were some of tiie requisites rtecessary lo'b'e possessed by the person who should be select e'd 10 till the Chair of that House; ati. 3 had it been necessary foi [ him to have rested on his own opinioh for the selection ot a fit 1 person, lie should have shrunk from the t. 1 • k, and have left ii. j ' tosome one of more penetration and judgment thaii himself. Ho bad no doubt that the British House of Cb> miion « Would furnish many gentlemen eminently qualified to perform even the high duties lie had described. But be could not help congratulating himself anil the House when he reflected, that it was not now ueeessai v for them to select hopes of to-' nio excellence, since they had it in their power lo choose from tued experience and proved abilities —/ H ' a*, hear 1J— Those | Gentlemen who bad not sat in former Parliaments would ima- gine he had been tracing a fer n only existing in his own heated imagination, hut ail who had the honour of a seat in tbe l- ast four Parliaments, would bo j him out in the assertion, that the Cliffir had been ' filled bv a Gi utl. man who had, dur- i og tioit time, obtained the approbation of every Member in tlio House.—/' A general try of hear!)— After having said thus much, it would Oe umfces.- arv for him to mention tile name of 4'> bot, and an apojwgv would be reo'iis- te from him tor detaining the House, any longer; he should therefore torow- 111 in self ou the indulgence of the House for a pardon, for having trespassed so long upon thr. r time ; and frankly con- fess, that he could not resist the op'jiui. tu. iity tllus afforded him, of expressing those sentiments of regard, of veneration, aitd inspect, which be felt lor bis right lion, friend ; and sit do'Wn anticipating a unanimous concurrence in the vote with which he should conclude, viz. that tbe right ho 1 Charles Abbot be called to the Chair, as Speaker of this House.— ( Hear, hear IJ Mr. CARI WIIC. IT observed, he. had never felt greater pleasure than ha did at present in rising to second tins ino- i'oo — a nio- t> on nil wlncn he was persuaded theie could be but one opinion, ardpoas and important office. The LOUD CiIAVCett. oR informed the Commons, that the Lords Commissi one is had it in command from ihe Prince Regent, acting in the name and 011 the behalf of his Majesty, to signify that the Prince Regent, satisfied with the limine, and persuaded nf Mr. Abbot's sufficiency to execute all the duties of that . high nffvee, w. as pleased to allow and confirm the Choice the Commons had made of Mr Anbot as S. maker • upon which he expressed his in. ost grateful ocknowledgin uis, accepted tlie office, and claimed all the autient rights and privileges to which, by the constitution of Pail; anoint, the Commons are entitled— The Lord Chancellor then iufnrliled Mr. Speaker, that be had it iu command to assuie him tnat all those ughts, and immunities, and privilege., tn which the Commons Jay claim, should be granted and enjoyed to the fullest and most ample extent. The Speaker and Meinbeis then withdrew to their own ' House, aod after acquainting tne Members with what bad passed in the Upper House, tne Speaker look the usual oaths ; which were a terwards adiniuisteied to more tnan 20J Mem- bers, at the tabie. The two following days were occupi d in swearing i » new members. LONDON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, Some further advees have been received from America, but not of later dates than those brought by the Halifax mail. We are happy to find from" some letters, that the friends of peace " are likely to gain an accession of numbers in New York aud olher parts uf the Union. Private letters from Cadiz, by Ihe Mail which ar- rived on Monday, slate, thit the conduct of Gen. Ballasteros bird excited the highest indignation in that city. Instead of surrendering wilho. it any resistance to the Authorities deputed by the Cortes to take him into custody, we are informed by private letters, that bo immediately proceeded to harangue lis Officers and Soldiers, in a most seditious speech, particularly direct- ed sga list Lord Wellington ; in the course of which he was interrupted by an Officer, who presented a pistol lo him, and told liitn, tha if lie did no' des sl, he would iilwuttilnn TLL. S Innt U1U UCSiretl eiTwvC, I 1.. u.... submitted to be taken into ciislody. The people of Cadiz are persuaded th | t . Ballasteros has bi eii hrougiit over to the enemy, and tiie re- capture of Madrid is attributed lo his having refused to obey the orders of Lord Wellington lo march from Granada to Aicazu , to put his army in co- operation with the troops from Sicily, by which the junction of Souit and Suchet's forces might have been prevented. We are sorry to learn, lhat another Spanish Officer, a Gen. Merino, has been implicated in the disobedience of Ballasteros, but we are no; iuformed whether he had been removed from his command. General Uallasteros objects to an English Commander- in- Chief of the artni? s iu Spain; bat if King Josepii is scaled 011 tiie throne of the Bourbons, dojs he imagine that his. Corsican Majesty will na. ne a Spanish Gene- ralissimo, out of deference to his prejudices, should lie chtise to submit to the new order of things ? Every Spaniard must know, tiiat the war of the succession was decided under the auspices of au English Generalissimo, though unfortunately acting under Louis XIV, we mean Ihe Duke of Berwick, tlie nephew of the Duke of Marlborough, wlio was just as tnu h a foreigner , ts Lord Wellington, and might quite as well l, nve been objected lo as an alien, as his Lordship. Nothing however, can appear lo us more unfounded, than the jealousy which Lord Wellington's appointment appears to have excile. l. Our interference in behalf of tha Spaniards is certainly closely connected with our own national interests, inasmuch as those would be seriously endangered by the occupation of Spain by the French force; but boyo id the expulsion of the French from the Peninsula, and the preservation of that natural interest in Spain and Portugal which o tr own position, in rc°- ard to France, as put iu comparison with th sir's, naturally excites, there is nothing in our ioterfereuce in tho concerns of the Peninsula which ought lo excite Hie alarm of the most fastidious of the Spanish Patriots. | By a vessel arrived at Falmouth from Cor. intia ac- counts hive bceu received to the 15th i< ist. Jt was reported at Corurtna lliat Gen. H; ll had formed a junction with Lord Wellington, and thai tlie allied army proceeded towards Strla- n inca, on t. ie plains of which ! they halted and offered b itile to tiie enemy., which wa » 1 declined. The junction of the two ariiiie. i was expect- | cd to tiise place about the 4th, an I, therefore we see no j reason to doubt this part ot the report; anil with i regard to a battle being declined by the enemy, it is ] probable, after tlieir past experience, they will not bp v TV forward to hazard a general engagement, unless they are iu such superior force as would afford theia a strong chance of success. Another general action on the plains of Salamanca might again disperse their armies, and restore Madrid to the possession of the Allies; but it is more probable that for the present . .. in-, 1, ot- „ as jviau. iucu mcie eouio nc LMO one u " uiuii, , . , ... , • , , • No one could deny the right hon. gentleman the c. ed. t of the trench wul content themselves with tlie advantaged having done iireat and i. nport. uit service to the Public whilst he had filled the Chair of the fiouse. He th, light it was a tribute doe to the Public and to Mr, Abbot, and would he highly advantageous to the House, that iie should be placed there again. — ( Hear, hew! ami loud cries of lo the Citair!) Mr. ABBOT then ro « e in his place, and expressed the grati- tude he felt for the kindness and liberality of the House towards nirn He, however, expressed a reluctance to accept tbe high office, from a diffidence of bis own abilities to dis- charge the duties of il ; however, if the sense of the Hou, e should he in his ' avour, he should humbly bow to its decision, aud was entirely at their disposal.—( Cries of hear, hear! 1 — The right hon. gentleman wus then conducted to the Cbair by Sir J. N1CI1.. I and Mr. Cartwright, on which he again returned his warmest and most sincere thanks to the House Loid CASTLKREAOH then rose, and congratulated the House aud the couutry un the choice w hich they had just made; tie was not aware of anv circumstance which could have proved a happier commencement of the New Parliament, thau lb again elevating the individual in question to tne high situation in which he had before so eminently distinguished hiiuseit — ( Hear, hear IJ— As, however, it was enstomarv not to entei upon anv business till the pleasure of the Crown, as to tiie choice of the House, had been notified, he should move that the House do now adjoorn.—. The House accordingly adjourn- ed till twelve o'clock to- morrow. w. iich they have derived from the concentration " of their forces, without putting thein to the hazard ofa battle. Yesterday morning the Crown was removed from the Tower to the King's jeweller's, for the purpose of bei g repaired and cleaned. in case tiie Prince Regent should go in state tu open the Sessiou of Parliament, it is to be carried before him. At Northampton, about ten days ago, a voting man, the son ofa wealthy farmer, was fully coiiinitted under the following circumstances:— About two months ago, a young woman, servant in the family, swallowed some noxious drugs, whcli occasioned her death; aud a Coroner's Inquest having sat upon the body, returned a verdict of tela de tu— some time alter it transpired, upon the declaration of a young woman, the confiden- tial friend of the deceased, tnat, prior to executing the fatal purpose, siie stated to her, liiat she was witu child by liie above person, WHO procured tiie poison and persuaded Her lo take it. in order to cause an aboition. Tlio informant tried to dissuade Iter from it, but 111 v. iin. The above information coming to the knowledge of ihe Magistrates, lilts young woman was examined, when sua coulinped upon oath her foraior statement. • LOJNJX) N. London Gazelle Extraordinary. DO W N IN G- STll SET, NOVEMBER 27, 1S12. Captain Fulton, ,- A id.- de- Camp to - Lieut.- General Sir < 5. Prevo$ t, arrived last'night with a dispatch fronrthat Officer, addressed to Earl Balhtirsi, one of liis - Majesty's Prmciiial Secretaries of State, of which the following is a copy :— .-. ' Head- quarters, Montreal, October i\ , 1813 •< MY LORD—! have ihe satisfaction ofrepoi'ting to your Lordship, lhat liis Majesty's forces, aided by the militia rind Indians stationed on tire. Niagara. frontier, have com- pletely repelled a second attempt of the'enemy to invade • Upper Canada; and that a victory has been gained which has left in our possesion guo , of the American army, und their Commander. Brigadier- General - Wadswurth, who sur. . rendered himself on the fl^ ld of buttle lo .-' Major- General Slieafi'e. ill is Majesty and the epun. tr) have to deplore tbe loss of an amialile and most gallniit officer in Major- Genera I Brock, who fell early . in the battle at the Ijead of the flank „,. coiiipiiuics of. the 4ytli-. eegimehl, while nobly encouraging them to sustain their position, 111. opposition to an infinitely supper toe force, uutil the reinforcements tie had ordered to advaiioe lo their, support should arrive. For further parti, ctilars of. Ibis spleutl, id. aRttii',' I beg leave to refer your Lord- ship to Major- General Sheafl'e's report, herewith trans- mitted. 1 also transmit a General Order I have just issued to the forces in the British American provinces oil tbe oc- casion of this iniporlant success, as it Contains a statement of Ihe services: rendered by all who- had- the. good lortuiie to luaintaiu on that day Ihc fame of his Majesty's arms, and 10 convince our deluded neighbours that tlieir superiority in numbers cannot iutiniidate iiis Majesty's army, nor shake the fidelity of his Canadian subjects. — Not having received the return of'the killed and wounded mi the 13th nor that of the ordnance aild-' stores captured, from ibe enemy, 1 am under the necessity of deferring sending them to your Lord- ship until the next opportunity,- when I also expect to for- ward the colours taken fiour the Americans', to be laid at the feet- nf his Royal Highness the Prince Regent Capt Fulton, my Aid- de- Cauip, Will have the honour of delivering this dispatch to your Lordship He is Very ca- pable of affording such information as your Lordship may require respecting the slate of his Majesty's Canadian pro- vinces. Eight companies of ilie Gleugary levy areiti motion to reinforce Upper Canada.— I have the honour to be, & c. ( Signed) GEORGE I'REVOST, Commander of the Forces. Fort George, October 13, 1812. Sir.— 1 have the honour of informing your Excellency, that the enemy made an attack with a considerable force this morning before dav- light, ou the position of ciiieenstown.— On receiving intelligence of il, Major- Gen. Brock iinmedi- i ately procer tied to that post, and 1 am excessively grieved in Iraviug to add,, that be fell whilst gallantly cheering his j troops t. i an exertion for . maintaining il. With him the po- j sitiou was lost, but the enemy was not allowed to retain it I long. Reinforcements having been sent up from this post, J composed of regular troops, militia, and Indians, a move- i went w- js jii. ide to turn- his left, while some artillery, under the able direction of Captain Holcroft, supported by a body of infantry, engaged bis attention in fi- Ortt This operation was aided too by the judicious position w hich Norton, and the Indians wilh him,- bad taken on ihe woody brow of the high grouud above Oueenstown. A communication being thus opened wilh Chipawa, a junction was formed wilh succours that had been ordered from that post. The enemy was then attacked, and, after- a short but spirited conflict", was completely deteiUed. i. l had lhe- satisfaction of receiving the sword of the commander, Brigadier- Gen. Wadswprth, ou the field of bailie; and many officers, with upwards of 9110 men, were made prisoners,' and more may yet be ex- pected A stand of colours anrl one six pounder weie also- takeu. The action did not terminate till nearly three o'clock in the afternoon, and their loss 111 killed and wounded must liave been, considerable Ours I believe, to have been com parutively small in numbers; 110 officer was killed besides Major- General Brock, one of llie most gallant and zealous officers 10 his Majesty's service, whose loss cannot be too much deplored, and Lieut. Colonel McDonnell, Provincial Aid- de- Canip, whose ' gallantry and merit rendered him worthy of his Chief.— Captains Dennis and Williams, com- manding tbe flank companies of the 491I1 regiment, which were Stationed at Qiiei ustbw n, were wounded, bravely con tending, at the head of their men, against superior numbers; hutlanigladtoliave. it in my power to add, that Captain Dennis fortunately w: as able to keep the field, though with pain and difficulty ; and Captain Williams's wound is not likely to deprive me long of his services.— I am particularly indebted to Captain Holcroft, of the Royal Artillery, for his judicious aud skilful co- operation with the guns anrl howitzers under li...,.- I-..-.. . u- _. n- ai..—. in,- 1, oin woich contributed materially to the . for- taniue result of the day. Captain Derenai, of the 41st regiment, brought up the reinforcement (- f that corps from Fort George; and Captain Bullock led that of the same regiment from . Chipawa; and under their command those. ileiachmciits acquitted them- selves in such a manner as to sustain the reputation which the 41st 1' eg meut had already acquired in the vicinity of Detroit— Major. Geueral Brock, soon after liis arrival, at Queeimowu, bad sent down orders for battering tiie Ameri- can Foil Niagara: Brigade- Major Ev. ans, who was left in chrrge of Foi t George, directed the operations against il with so much effect as to silence its lire, and to force Ihe troops to abandOftil, aud by Ills prudent precautions he prevented mischief of a most serious nature, which other- wise might have beeu , ti'ecl- ( I, the enemy having used heated sliot in firing at Fort GeOrge In these services he was most effectually aided bv Col. Claus ( who remained in the fort at iny desire), and by Capt. Vigoreux, of tin Royal Engineers. Brigade- Major Evans also mentions tlie conduct of Captains Powell aud Cameron, of the militia artillery, in terms of commendation. I have not been able to ascertain yet the number of our troops, or of lliose of'the enemy engaged: ours, I believe, did not exceed thc number , of the prisoners w e have taken ; and their- advance,' which effected a landing, probably amounted lo thirteen or fourteen hundred — 1 shall do my- self the honour of transmitting to your Excellency further details when X shall have received thc several reports ofthe occurrences which did not pass under my own observation, wilh llie return of the casuuliit- s, and those of the killed aud wounded, and of the ordnance taken. I bave the honour to be, & c. ( Signed) R. H. SHEAFFE, Major- General. To his Excellency Sir ueorgt Prevcst, Bart. Admiral Linzee is to have the command at Gibraltar, in the room of Commodore Penrose. Wednesday, according to usual custom at the opening of a new Parliament, the Convocation of the Clergy assembled al St. Paul's, and after hearing service by the Bishop of Salisbury, and a Latin Sermon by Dr. Kciini. il, they w ent through the formality of choosing a Pro!; ctilor, and then separated.' On Tuesday, a beautiful Zebra from the Cape of Good ' Hope, and three horses, as presents to, the Prince Regent froiti thc King of Persia, arrived at Carfelon House. We hear that a meeting of some of Sir S. Romilly's friends was lately held in Bristol, and a Petition dis- patched to London, praying against the return of Messrs. Davis arid Protheroe lor that city, 011 thc ground- of bHhery and treating.—( Bath Paper.) It has been determined ) » y Government, we understand, that no further licences for the import of American produce shall be granted. All applications for such licences are now, in consequence, refused hy the Board of Trade. By a letter from New York of the 8th ult. we are informed tha'. licences to carry provisions to Spain'and Portugal were ' selling, there fur 1000 dollars each., If this account be correct, thetrade iutlie. se licences must have been carried 011 privately, as it was against an express Act ofthe American Legislature. The British army in the Peninsula comprises 19 segments- of cavalry, 78 battalions of infantry, three brigade ol horse artillery, and 2000 loot artillery engi- neers, add staff corps. Suicides.— Thursday se'nnight the bodies of two of the domestics; a cook and a housemaid, in the family of tho Kev. Mr. Gibbons, at JJi'estgdd, iii Kent, were disco- vered floating- in a poild behind the premises, at eight o'clock 011.. tnat, morning. T- hey had previously iijil themselves together with apiece of twine, and after- wards threw themselves into the water. Mr. S. a gentbman at that time resident in the house, staled, t'nt in the afternoon previous to their committing the fatal deed, they informed hiin, in llie absence of their . master, that a quantity of silver- handled knives and forks belonging to Mr. Gibbons, which were entrusted to their care, and which had been deposited in tlie oven by 11. em to, keep them from being damaged by rust, had been melted bv the heat of the oven; and staling themselves to be quite incapable to make Up the loss, Mr. S. very humanly made tl cm a handome present t >- wards defraying their expences. The Coroner's inquest returned a verdict ai Lunacy. Parlament is expected to adjourn ou the 20th of December, to the first week in February. , Th;; Tellers of the Exchequer are said to have made a tender of one- third of the emoluments and profits enjoyed- by t'lent as Tellers of the Exchequer, during the continuance of the war.—. Morning Post. - The Address is to be morod in the House of Lords by. the Marquis of Queen'shury ; — in the House of • Commons, it is- to be moved by Lord Clive, and se- conded by Mx. Hart Davis, junior. Mr. Canning, it is reported, moves an Amendment- Mi". Whitbread also moves an, Amendment, in which an immediate negoclatioii for peace is to he recommended. It is said that 10 sail of the liue, 15 frigates, and 20 lar; e. gim^ b0ats, are lo be filled for the American station directly. La Iltiin, 41, now in Plymouth Sound-, is one of the" frigates. The Admiralty have adop ted a very wise regulation, in increasing the crews of the 44- gun frigatfes with 40 additional hands; the 32- gun frigates with SO additional hands, aud gun- brigs ill proportion, to meet on equal terms the large American frigates. Letters have been received in town, announcing the arrival of Sir S. Smith on the station of the British fleet off Toulon. We understand from the same letters, that the French fleet in Toulon is extremely formidable in numbers, and that the ships are in excellent condition. The letters inform lis also, that the people in the South of France are extremely discontented with the present state of things , and although they are not any where in open insurrection, appear every where disposed to it, if a favourable opportunity should oiler, or rather if enterprising leaders should present themselves. Military Heroism.— The following authentic military anecdote exhibits a trail of heroic virtue, that ought to be declared in honour of an enemy :— Col. Harvey, who commanded the 14th Light Dragoons ill most of the serious engagements 011 the Peninsula, having formerly lost an arm in action, was attended by an orderly man, who held a guiding rein lo the bridle of the Colonel's charger s this attendant being slain by his side, just as the enemy's cavalry had broken the line of the 14th by a heavy charge of superior numbers, great slaughter ensued on, both sides; w hen a French Officer, imme- diately opposed in front of Col Harvey, lifted his sabre, and was in the acl of cutting him down ; but, observing the loss of his arm, he instantly dropped his point on the Colonel's shoulder, and, bending his head, passed ou.— The 14th rallied soon afler, and gallantly recovered their ground I towards the lines of. peroral Prevost. The latter AW. stationed ab& ut. 50 mjli^. to Ihe., south of Montreal, within' tlie limits of the British' . territory. The forces under-,. General Dearborn- having. been joined, bv Gen. Bloomli. eld with 4000- men, weve'conipttted at 15,000i; while those oiHhe British, independently of ou: Indian allies, did not Cxcred half that number, but active ex- ertions were making to organize. the provincial militia, and no apprehensions were entertained from this nume- rical inferiority.. The Quebec Gazettes throw some light upon a subject connected with the late dispatches from Upper Canada, in. which Uie- Extraordinary Gazette was defi- cient in information, yiz. as to the comparative strength ofthe respective, forces near Niagara. The following is an extract;— .. . October. 22.— We - learn, by verbal accounts, tliat the Americans who cruised b* er in the night consisted of 1,500 men. The whole of these are killed, wounded or prisoners ; and about 500 more, who attempted to cross afterwards, were drowned. The total number engaged on our side did not exceed 700 men, of whom lire loss is no! more than 50 killed and wounded. Major General Sheaff'e is appointed to the command of the troops in thc Upper Province, and to administer the civil government ofthe same. Letters from Philadelphia to the 6th instant st ile that 4000 dollars had been given for a single licence granted by the Bo ard of Trade here, to export produce from the Uni ed States to Spain or. Portugal. Heavy duties are to be imposed here 011 cotlon, and some other articles from the t'uiled Slates. By tne late Act for a Hording. relief to Dissenters and Methodists, persons who disturb Their licensed places of public worship are liable to the penalty of forty pounds. ' FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. DOWNING- STREET, Nov.. 28. A Dispatch of which the following is an extract, has bseu received from Lieut. Gen. Sir George Prevost, dated Montreal, Oct. 17. 1 have, the honour to inform your Lordship, that Ihe forces Composing the cordon of defence against the ap- proach of lilt'enemy in this neighbourhood, have moved into their respective cantonments, in coil equence of the Incle- mency of the season. The cantonments lhat 1 have se lecledfor the troops do not remove them considerably from tbeir original position, and they SI- C calculated to afford equal convenience foi Ihe rapid concentration ofthe force under Major- General De Rotlenb urgb. T he latest intelligence from Detroit, represents every thing ill its immediate neighbourhood as quiet; and reports Col. Proctor's haying detached a small force of British regulars'and militia to Fort Wayne, to save the American force therein, invested by the Indians. O11 Ibe Niagara frontier both parties were acting 011 the defensive. ' Admiralty- office. Nov. 28. Admiral Sir J. T. Duckworth, Commander in Chief at Newfoundland, has transmitted a list of 33 American vessels detained, and two English vessels ( taken by American privateers) recaptured, by the squadron under his com- mand. LONDON, Monday A'ight, November 30lh, 1813. THE PRINCE REGENT'S OPENING THE PARLIAMENT. Soon after tyvelve o'clock, this hnirimig, tbe Prince Regent proceeded from Oarltoli House to St James's Palace, aud about one set out from thence in his Majesty's slate coach, through St. James's" paik, drawn by Ihe cream- coloured horses, anil attended precisely as 1 lit- King used to be —' flic draft from tbe Life Guards for service iu Spain having pre- vented that corps from fur mailing. the usual number of guards of honour, the deficiency, was made up by the Royal Blues. The slreels andp'ark were till' this reasou also kept by the lOIJii Hassftts, nowiiuder- orders to proceed with the . 151 h 1.1111 d laMMo-^ pain, sunder the command'of Majur- Gcneral Charles Stewart.. Her Ruyiij Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales had Jier seat, prepared foe her, upon ihe wool- sack immediately under the Throne, /•••• The Pi; ince Regent wore the robes of the King, as exer- cising the functions of, his Majesty. Being higher in rank thaii, Prince, pf- Wates, aud lower than the King, his Royal Highness wore a cocked bat ; the crown and Coronet of Prince of Wales, Iheswcid of Stale and cap of maintenance being boi ue before , ki| ii in. the procession from llie coach- door to llie Prince's chamber, and from [ hence to the House iu seme parts of the Kingdom : . and from the disposition manifested to'take a'dvantage of'llte indemnity held out to the deluded by the wisdom ahrl benevolence of Parliament. I - trust I shall never have occasion lo lament the recurrence of atrocities iso 1' epngtiaiit lo the British character, and . that all his Majesty's subjects will be impressed with this con- viction that the happiness of individuals, mid the welfare of the stuie equally'depend on strict obedience to the laws, and steady attachment to our excellent Couslilutidn. In t lie loyalty of the people, aud in '. he will ( loin of Parliament, 1 place the greatest reliance. The same firmness aud per- severance manifested on so many and such trying occasions will, 1 am persuaded, not be wanting, al a lime when the eyes of nil Europe ami of Ihe world are fixed upon you— I cap assure you that iu lire execution of the areat trust're- posed ill lue, 110 sentiment is so near my heart as the desire to promote, by every means in my power, the real prospe- rity, liberty, and happiness of his ' Majesty's subjects." The Address lo the. Prince Regent was moved in Ihe House of Lords by Lord LONGFORD, and seconded by Lord ROLLE.— In ihe House of Commons the Addiess was moved [ by Lord. C LI v E, who commented in a. very able manner on Ihe various topics in Ihe Speech off ered for. the consideration of Parliament, and concluded wit b au assur- ance to his Royal Highness of tbe support of his faithful Parliament.— Mr. HART I) 4VIS seconded the motion — Mr. CANNING followed, in an eloquent Hint brilliant speech, commenting as well upon the Royal Speech, as upon those of the mover and seconder of tbe Addi ess, and be was left speaking at seven o'clock. Paris papers of the 25th of the 26th are just come to hand. They contain 110 fresh Bulletin. Bonaparte arrived al Smolensk on tbe. 7111. Joel Barlow, Minister from the United Stales to France, ' arrived at Berlin on tire 5th, and the next day continued his route for Konigsberg. The French Officers put 011 shore on the French coast from Hie Armide, w ere lauded al Heddick. They consisted of u General, accompanied by two Aid de- Camps, both Colonels. Another French General, it is reported, lias sailer! from Portsmouth on a similar mission. No accounts have yet been received of the Swallow Packet, f om Jamaica, and the Leeward Islands, and which became due on thedd iusl. Tlie name is still continued in the Post nffice List; but there is loo much reiisoti to believe that tbe Packet has cither foundered at sea, or been cap- lured by Ihe enemy. No Business done this Day at the Stack Exchange. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. Paris Papers to the 24th inst. containing the 26th and 27th Bulletins. of the Grand Army, were this morning received in town. The French Army continued to retreat towards the frontiers of Poland, and according to private accounts Bonaparte was expected to reach Smolensko 011 the 8th, It is plain, however, that their icucm, so rn fiuui Lt- iiig unmolested, is harassed at every step by the Russians. The firstof these Bulletins is dated from Borowsk, 011 the 23d; the second from Vereya, on thc 27 th. - The former reverts strangely to events that took place previously to the French entering Moscow. The battle ofthe 18th is again alluded to, as if thu Russians had violated a truce in order to surprise the French. The Kremlin is said lo have been blown up al two in t ie morning of the 23d, But Wiuzingerode's dispatch of the 22d had informed us that he took it on that day, and forced the French to abandon Moscow entirely; The 27th Bulletin shews iu the strongest light the immense difficulties of Bonaparte's retreat— how ha- rassed he is, now driven here, now there, taking oneiline of march, and then forced to abandou it for another. He seems to have been kept for some days at one spot, unable to move from it. On the 21st he was at Borowsk ; 011 the, 26th he was still at Borowsk. He had evidently tried to retreat, first by the Kalouga road from Borowsk , but the Russians cut him off from it, and then he marched to Vereya, still on the I'rotva, forcing him to take the Mojaisk and Smolensk toad. Between Smolensk and tViliia ( where lie is eyidently directing lis march) the distance is about 300 miles: and if he be permitted to move as rapidly as he has j hitherto done, his march must occupy at least 30 days, lie has Kutiisoff's army in his rear, or rather 011 his flank; l'latoff with his Cossacks, and the immense armies of Tisehicliagoff and Tormasoff directly in his front; aud the brave aud experienced Wittgenstein is 011 the lluna, ready to dispute the passage! In addition lo the bulletins, the French papers con- tain the following paragraphs :— Paris,. Nov. 21. - News lias beeu received from the Grand Army, under date of the 6th of Nov. llutt his Majesty tlleu had his head quarters at Mielilehovsk.: and continued lo enjoy the very besl health. 1' lie head- quarters of Ihe Grand Army were on the 1st of November ai Wiasura, about 4b leagues from Smolensk. The Prince Viceroy, who had beaten and dispersed a large Russian army, had rejoined the centre of the. army, not being utile longer to go iu pursuit of the enemy without departing too far from the line of general operations. We expect to see the Whole army Cantoned between Smo- lensk, Wilepsk, aud Minsk, ill the first fortnight iu No- vember. This fertile and healthy country offers abundant and tranquil wililer quarters ; tbe cavalry will find forage. The dry weather foe lilates the movement ofthe troops, and keeps iliein iu good health, lit addition Id the above, it is reported, under Ihe re- spectable authority of a British Admiral ^ not officially, but privately), that during the retreat, on one occasion only, 15, oori of ibe. encin, weic intercepted aud made prisoners. Ministers, it is baid, repose^ perfect confidence 111 this representation. A Curnnna mail is arrived with intelligence' from the allied army to the most recent dales from the port uf de- parture. It was posted up at Lloyd's to-< lay, that General Hill had actually joined., Marquis N ellingtuu ; but, although there wns 110 impediment to this . uliioli of the two armies, yet the advices do not support this allegation. The follow- ing are extracts from letu rs:— ' ' Comma, Nov. 17.— The allied army continues in Rucda and its neighbourhood, aud is to unite with the forces under General Hill, which were in Ancvalo. With Ihe ' latter are the divisions of General Espaua, tbe Count de Peliue Vil. lainar, thc Brigade of Morilla, and sume others. Doubts are entertained ivhelber a great battle is again to be hazard- ed, or whether the allies are to withdraw for a short time. Caflarelli, ts ho, with 35, boo men, followed Lord Wellington from Burgos as far as Rueda, has again retreated with 12,000 men, 011 account of the employment found for such a force by Minn, and other Chiefs in the couu ry lie had abandoned' ' Medina del Campo, Nov. S.— We are encamped at this place four leagues from Ihe French, and two from our head-, quarters. Our forces are distributed part to the north antl part to the south of the Douro.— Longa, Mina, and Mendizabel are active near Burgos, and have taken 200 viia;: gons and 400 prisoners.' ' Vdlacchnpo, Nov 8.-— We yesterday received information that the French had evacuated Zaiiioni; and to- day we are sendi. ig I bit Iter Ihe necessary supplies.' Le'lers and papers have heen received to- day from Quebec to the date of the 23d ult. and the contents are important. The consequence of the defeat aud annihi- lation of the American detachment in Upper Cauada to retrieve thc military character of the Republicans, has beeu Ihe advance of General Dearborn from Phlsbnrg .....- . _ ,. . .. step < Thromr, lTis- RoyiiT? r^ ies1^. oive. l to the Chamberlain, in token of tiis'pleasi'ne, jwlieii the Black Rod proceeded to command tlie htteiimnici of'tbe House of Commons; and introduced tire SpcSkcr anil the other Members to the House of Lofds, ai4cw- ding to the usual ceremonial, Ins Royal Highness delivered n tnost gracious Speech from- the Throne, of which the follbwiug is 11 copy ; PRINCE REGENT'S SPEECH. '' My Lords and Gcntteme « — It is with the deepest concern 1 aiu obliged to announce to you, at llie opening of Ihe present Parliament, tlie continuance of the lamented indis. position of his Majesty, and the diminution uf the hopes I have most anxiously entertained of bisMajcsty's recovery. Tlie situation ot public affairs has induced me to take Ihe earliest opportunity of meeting you after tbe tale Elections. " 1 am persuaded yon will participate in the satisfaction I feel al ihe improvement of our prospects during the year. The zeal and intrepidity displayed by tbe forces of Ins Majesty, aud of the Allies, in the Peninsula, 011 so many occasions, and the consummate skill and judgment wil h which the operations havejieeiivcouducted tij; the M ai- qu is of Wellington, have, led to consequences of the utmost importance lo the coinuiou cause in that quarter. " By transferring the war into the interior, and by the glorious vic tory of Salamanca, the enemy has been com- pel led to raise the siege of Catliai, and ' Ibe Southern Pro- vinces of Spain have been delivered from tlie arms of France ; although I cannot but regret that tile efforts of the enemy have rendered it uecessary lo withdraw from Ihe siege of Burgos and evacnnte Madrid. " These efforts, nevertheless, have been attended with important sacrifices 00 their part, which must materially, contribute, to extend the resources iriui lacihtale ilie ex- ertions of Ihe Spanish Nation. " I am confident I may rely ou your affording every assistance. iu support/ of the great contest which has first, given to the Continent of Europe the example of persever- ing aiid successful resistance lo lhe Power of France, and ou which not only I he independence of the Nations, of ihe Peninsula, but tiie besLintc. ests otitis Majesty's dominions essentially depend ~ lii a eoiites! for his own rights and for thc independence of his dominions, the Eniperur of Russia has had 10 oppose a large proportion of Uie luilitai- y'resonrces of the French Government, assisted iby- its Allies ami tributary Stales dependent upon il, The. resistance which lie has opposed to so t'oiinillii() lc-. aC. oiiili 1 uril 10: 1. eottuul fail to cxeile senti- ments of lasling adnnraliou. By bis own magnanimity auil per- eveianeo— by .1 be,* dill ami , lo. loloro,, u- Ooo..,, ,. f all ranks of his subjects— hud oy tlie. gallantry, firmness, and iulre- pidity of bis forees,. tbe. prcstunpiuou.* expectations: of - llie enemy have been, slguallj disappointed The enlhUsiasin of tlie Russian liaiiou lias increased wilh the difficulties of the contest, aud file dangers witli'whiCh it is Surrounded. 41 They have svtrtilitied 10 Sacrifices without any example in I ho lustor; of r iviiiK- ri liatioos, and 1 eutertaiii a confi- dent hope, I bat the lit leroiliit'tl perseverance of his Imperial Majesty will . be crowned v.' itli ultimate success, and the coutesl, in its result, have,, Che effect of . establishing upon a foundation never'lo. be shaken, ihe independence and security ofthe Russian Empire. 44 The proof oioontitleiioo 1 have received ill the measure of seiitiiitg the. Russiati, fleet to the ports of this country, is 111 the highest degree, gratifying, and bit- Imperial Majesty may'niosL fully reyly on my iixetl tloLeruiilotlion to aff'ortl him my most cordial sitpport in the. great coutesl in winch he is engaged. ' , . " I have concluded a Treaty with his Sicilian Majesty, 6upplenieutai- y tu the Treaties of iaod aud In.,;), cOpiesror wllfcli 1 have directed to be lard before you. My object bas been to provide for llie,. more extensile application ofthe force of 1 he Sicilian'Government lu offensive operation :—, 1 measure which, combined with the liberal and enlightened policy that prevails in the Councils of his Siciliau Majesty, is calculated to augment his power and resources, aiid at the same time to render the ino. l e& seulial service to tlie couiinou cause, ... : ' " The deelaration of war hy the United Stales of America was made under circ- unistailct'tf . wincli- inigii. t have afforded a reasonable expectation that Ihe amicable relations be- tween the two countries would not be long extinguished. It is with sincere regret that 1 acquaint you, that the conduct anil pretensions qf l hat Government have hitherto prevented the conclusion, of a pacific arrangement. Their measure^- of hostility , have beep . principally directed agaiust llie adjoining., 1' r. itisti Provinces,, arid every effort has been made'lo seduce the inhabitants from their allegiance to Iiis Majesty. The proofs , of . loyally aud a'Uacliiueut, IV lii ell I have leceiveiifroin hisMajesty's subjects of North America, are' highly siitistactory.— The altempts to invade Upper Caniui. i have iioi only proved abortive, but by tbe judicious arr& ngernenfs " of the Goveriior- Geueral, and by the skill anil decision w ith which the military operations bave been conducted, tbe forces which the enemy, had assembled l; or tliat purpose iu. one quarter,- hav^- beeu compelled to cap- tuln'. e, ami in another quarter have been completely de- feated, M y best eff'orls, however, are not w anting to restore the relations yf peace and amity between Ihe two countries ; but lilt this can be atiaj^ e, d,. without sacrificing, rbe mari- time rights of Great Jiyl^ n,.} Mia- ll rely oil your cordial support in the vigorous pj^ iseculiou of the war. " Gentlemen of the Hattt& ef . Commons - 1 have ordered the estimates of the ejisuiiig. year 10 - fie laid before you,- anil I entertain 110 dyitihi ofyour. readiness lo furnish such suppliV' 8 as lua- y e. nahle me lo | ilritl, lo filr llie'(; reat interests com- mitted to my charge, and to afford llie best prospect of bringing the contest in. which, we are eligageifto a success, ful termination, i 1 '' " My Lords and Goi/? en, « n*- The approaching expiration of t lie Charter of the EaSl India Company, renders il ne- cessary to cull > onr early. HI ten lion to tbe propriety of pro- viding more effectually for the future- Government of our possessions in the East Indies. In consider iiijjj the variety ol'HvLcrests conitecteit with this iniportiiut siibject, I rely on yom- wisdottt to make such ' arran » e » lients as iriay best promote . the ] xros| re » il y oftho^ e territories, an(] at the same time secure the greatest advantage lo the commerce auil revenue of his Majesty's dominions;. " 1 have derived the i^ reate « t satisfaction from the suc- cess ofthe measure adopted by Parliament for suppressing those acts of Outrage ami insui bordination which appeared SHREWSBURY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1812. The order for discontinuing the Advertisement for letting the Farm at Blauydree, ( inserted in our first Page) arrived too late— The Farm is let. We are desired to correct ein error in the Aelvt. of the Sermon published by the Rev. C. Leigh, which appeared in our last the Price is is. not is. lid, MARRIED. On the 23d- of November, in Birmingham, Thomas Crowder, Esq. of Claverley, in this county , to Miss Martha Jones, younge l daughter of John Lang Jones, Esq of , the same place. • On Monday, at Stafford, after a tedious court- hip of two hours, the noted pedestrian, Mr. Robert Cramer, to Mrs. Bourn, both of that borough.— The joint ages of this amorous pair amoum to nearly 160 years. DIED. On Thursday last, aged 35, Mrs. Corbctt, widow ol Ihe late John Corbett, E- q". , ' Friday se'niiight,- at his scat at Eaton, Herefordshire, the Rev. John Phillips, Rector of Stoke . St. Millborough. in this county. Lately, at Montgomery, Marv, the wife of Francis Allen,- Esq. 1 and youngest daughter of the late H. Luxmoore, Esq.. of Oak- fiatiiplon * Mrs, Fletcher, wife of Mr. W. Ffetrher, Coalbrookdalc. Mrs. Ptirton, wifeot Mr. Purton, of Madeley. Suddenly, 011 the 21st instant, at Mr. Edwards's, Wrexham, Mrs. Jones, wife of Richard Jones, EM), of Liay, a woman, whose condact aud man nets commanded the respect and esteem of all who knew her, Wednesday last, at Bradford House, Lancashire, the infant son of T. .1. Bather, Esq. of Great Ne » s, in Oris county. At Kingsdown, Mrs. Biddulph, wife of Mr. Thomas Shrapuell Biddulph, solicitor, ol Bristol, and daughter of B. Field, E. q. of Henwick, near Worcester, • At St. Nicholas's Island, near Plymouth, Barrack- Serjeant Durham, aged 84, much respected in Ins department. He had been in Ihe army 70 years, arirl served in Bar rat's regiment in 174,5, in the memorable battle: of Culloden, His afflicted widow, who had been Ills faithful partner lor 61 years, took los death 50 much at heart, that alter his ialerincnt- she sickened, died in four days, and was buried in the same grave. A rare instance ol conjugal attach- ment in bumble lite. Lately, at her bouse, at the Callow, near Hereford, Hannah William-, in the lOOih year of her age. She retained tho perfect use ot* her faculties lo Ihe last, ar. d chiefly earned her living by knitting, which she followed till within a few days of her death. A numerous train of children, grand- children, and gieat grand- child- ren attended their vcnerabie parent tothe place of interment. Visiting Clergyman this week at the Infirmary, the Rev. Mr. Rocke:— HouseVisitors, Mr. Clement aud Mi. Asterley. Benefaction tothe Public School on Dr Belt's System. WilliamTayleur, Esq. of Buntingsdale ...... £ 10 10 0 It deserves to be made known, both as a testimony uf praise due to meritorious conduct, and as .11; example for others in tbe same humble, but useful rank of life, lliat Mary Oliver, . who, for continuing nineteen years in one family, obtained tlie first premium awarded by tiie Shropshire Agricultural So ciety this year 10 length and fidelity of service; and Eliza- beth Oliver, her, sister, who obtained lilt h- Cui::! premium of the same Society for continuing sixteen yeais in the same situ- ation are two of ibe e/ eren children that have been brought, up, without any parochial relief, by tlieir father Tho. Oliver, 011 whom the same Society bestowed lis First Premium last year, for continuing thirty- vix years in thc service qf the. sunie em- ployer iu the capacity oi a day- labourer. Tuesday se'liiiight, a Branch of the Auxiliary Bible So- ciety ofilie, county of Chester, was established atCougleton. — At Brl'dgewater, Taunton, andWeUiugloii ( Somersetshire) Auxiliary Societies were established last week ; aud a ureel- itig wits yesterday held at We., I Brouiisieli, for the sume laudable purpose. Au institution is established at Birmingham, for the in struetion of Deaf am) Dumb children. Dr. Bell has lately visited Birmingham, and inspected the school recently established there 011 the Madras system ; the rapid progress of which, iu the great work of educating the children of poor persons, gave liiin much satisfaction. A Commission of Enquiry uuiie. i- the Excise is now silting al Ipswich i. uiie maltster bus be. n fined upwards of - t' 50oo, and another £ 1100. We are liappy Iti state, that the price of provisions experi- enced a considerable reduction iu our market onSaturday last. Prime beef sold at 1, M per lb. and potatoes which, 1,1 thc commencement of the market, sold for. 3s. before Ihe close lowered to Js. 1,1 per bushel —( Sieiffo'dPaper: J It lias been determined lo appoint a Special Commission for the trial of ihe persons accused of the murder of Mr. Horsfall, antl of the Luddites now confined in York Castle, to the number of between 4fi and SO.. The trials will take li'. ice, we believe, in about tiir. ee weeks. Al 11 tiler.— On Wednesday last, between six and seven • o'clock iu Ihe evening, Mr Wiggin, miller, of Aldington, about two utiles - from Bridgnorth, was murdered between that place and bis own house. He was on. bis return from Wolverhampton, market, and was met by a footpad about a mile from home. It is supposed that on his making a stout resistance, the villain drew a pistol, and shot him thro' thc body ;. the ball passed in a direct line jusl below his heart It seems however that the assassin was alarmed by his cries, as lie made 11IF without taking any of his property, which consisted of between 50 and ieio in cash notes. It is con- jectured that after being shot, the unfortunate man pursued bis murderer for about 100 yards, and was found by some persons from a turnpike house, who bad heard his cries, exhausted with loss of blood. He was carried to the house, where lie expired 111 a short time. Pursuit was instantly made after tlie murderer, ' and two suspicious persons are said to he in custody, - A'meeting of persons concerned in the leather trade was held at Worcester 011 Thursday, when it was resolved to present a petition to Parliament, praying a repeal ofthe duly laid 011 leather in the last Session. A similar measure bus been adopted . at Nantwich. Early 011 . Friday morning, the shop of Mr. J. H. Smilh, woollen- draper, at the Cross, Worcester, was broken into by some villains, and robbcu ofa large quantity of valuable goods, among which were seven pieces, containing a25 yards uf woollen . cloth. A reward of - too. has been offered for ihe apprehension of thc off enders ; aud, uu Saliiriloy evening, a man " suspected of being concerned, " as taken into custody at the White Lion, 111 Littlewbrlli, uearGlocester, and sent for Worcester the following morning, properly secured. Louis XVIII. has beeu oil a shooting parly within these few dnys at the ieiit of Earl Talbot, at lugesli'ie. He is suid to be the most unerring shot in this country. To the EritTQii of the Salopian Joobxjl. Ill times of geueial distress, when thousands, of our fellow- creatures are suffering so acutely in consequence of lire high price of provisions, il is Certainly a Concern of great importance to endeavour lo alleviate tjieir distress bv every possible means. Nexl to those who, al I he hazard of their lives, are defending us from an insulting foe, none have greater calls, or more opportunities of being useful lo • their country in these tryingfliiiics, than the . Owners and occupiers of laud; and if these two parties could go hand in hand, placing tlie fullest confidence in cach oilier, the earth would leeiii witb plenty, and Britain would produce sufficient for lis own cuubumplinu. But two things lender it necessary to seek foreign aid; the oue is the want of proper und judicious leases. Ii has been remarked by uu excellent writer ou Agriculture, thai " That man would certainly be justly subjected to the reproach of'bciug rash and inconsiderate in his conduct, w ho should. expend money, and labour, 011 llie improvement of any farm, where liis certainty of continuance does not eutille hi 111 lo look forward with confident assurance to the pel mil when his exertions are to be rewarded. It is a well- known fuel, " that Ibe hope of reward sweetens labour;" lake thai away, and tbe spur lo labour ceases ; il is thai aloiie calls forth industry, and is the spring of all exertion ; v. hat object, then, can a' farmer lir. ve to hazard his capital, ami devote the mosl vigorous and active season of his life to tbe improvement of a farm, which he holds upon uo more certain tenure lhan the will, or caprice of his landlord : In every such situation, the pi'udciit Tanner must be restrained fro in any spirited expenditure, however much fie may lie satisfied that Ihe improvements which might thereby be effected, would, under uther circumstances, prove bem licinl lo the public, the landlord, aud himself. Have not instances occurred where tenants, so circumstanced, have been ob- liged repeatedly to agree to pay'advances of rent ralher than remove ; while, from the uncertainly of the tenure ou which they held their farms, they were debarred from mak- ing those exertions which un advance of rent demanded, and which almosl uniformly lakes place iu siicb cases when leases are granted. This is oue- obslacle which grcally retards the progress of Agriculture, and might easily be removed by landlords ( without any risk of their- property being injured) grautln » to their tenants such teases as may not 100 greatly de- stroy the' independence of the farmer, but leave him much 9 1 t at liberty tu follow his own plans of cultivation ; while tliey afford effectual security to the proprietors,, by cautiously guarding against the introduction of such systems of hus- bandry as would be injurious or improper. But a later in- novation, and a more Serious evil impedes the improvement of agriculture in a very alarming degree. The tenant is now compelled, to subscribe to coiid lions wiiiili have no other use than to degrade and ruin him, to injure ihe com- muiiily, and beggar his farm. This new system almost annihilates the plough; for many farmeis, who " formerly brought to market some huudred measures of grain for the support of their fellow- Creatures, trow find it difficult 10 raise a sufficiency for the support of their own families. These oppressive restrictions probably originated tioiii mi erroneous opinion thai the plough injures, ond ' lne lay improves. Bill any gentleman will find this 11 mistaken notion, by considering bow much less slock Iris lati n main- tains now than 11 did 20 years agu, if he has not robbed oilier laud to improve it. If the lay improves, how is it that the commons and downs of this kingdom, which have beeu grazed by t he most favourable stuck for improve- ment for Centuries pa- 1, w ill not now keep so many sheep as they did years ago " r It is also a notorious fact, that when a piece of old sward lias beeu broken up, nnd undergone a judicious arrangement of crops, the first year's grassafli- i-- wards is worth more than two before, and very " often worth more than four, aud ytl tbe tenant is frequently obliged lo hold laud iugrass not worth more than five shillings per acre, which would hy proper cultivation produce abundant crops of gram ; and afterwards, as I said before, produce grass worth 20 Shillings per acre. What iii the world can more effectually render a farmer miserable, than to live uniler a mini who cannot place the least confidence in him • who treats him as though he had neither honesty nor com- mon sense, and therefore lavs down a system for every field he occupies }' a system, which places ' him 011 a footing w ith servants, winch gradually lessens hislitile properly which prevents him from employing Ihe poo, aiound him; raises the price ot provisions; end- eases the calls upon bun for charity, and yet pots it out of Ins power to relieve the dis tresses he sees collected around hini'iBut inconvenience and much disadvantage, 111 a national as well as in an individual point of view, arises from the possession of lands closed with such customs; noil that mail who imposes Iben, adopts the most ettechrat method tortiin then, loin Ooeu a lew more such sluices, and we lire deluged with misery. O England. 1 blosh foi thee! thy wealthy iuhabi auts faring sumptuously every day," and do, by their restrict Hons on agriculture, make the situation of thy poor miser- A MEMBER „ f ihe SHROPSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. FACTORY WAREHOUSE, WYLE- COP, SHREWSBURY. WATER- PROOF BEAVER HATS, AC c. Hti. BKirr IJEGS leave to inform his Friends and the Public that 3 he is appointed sole Vender for this Tow. irofW HITF HEAD and Co.' s WATER- PROOF BEAVER HATS wan- anted lo stand even boiling in Wafer for any length of I line, mid are, 111 Beauty and Texture, superior lo Hie common Beaver.— Men's size's, at i'i Is; same as generally sell at one Guinea and a half. CJS" evil, deals in no other kind of Hats but the Water- proof Beaver. uses ; LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S annual MEMO- tANDUM BOOKS, aud COURT KALENDARS of all Average price of Grain iu our market on Saturday last— Wheat 18s. 9d.— Barley 10s. 0J.— Peas 13s. frd. per bushel, of 38 quarts.— Oats 9s. Od. per customary- measure of 57 quarts. .' ' Corn- Exchange, Nov. 27. We'have a rhort supply of all grain tins morning except liar ey, which arlicie is exceedingly dule sale at 3s. per quarter lower-— Wheat, fully maintain* last prices, and Oats are Is, per quarter deitrl- r— In Pea-, Beans, and other articles there is- no variation, but'Beans go oftirecly ai Monday pikes. Current Price of Grain pet Quarter as under :— Wheat ItlSs. to 1.36s. I While Peas 90s. to 100s. Bai lev 57s. to 69s. I Oats 47, to 53s. M il- 9f>* to 108s. | Beans 80s. to 84s. Fine Flour 1053. to llos.— Seconds loos, lo 10.7s. NOVEMBER 30.— The maiket is well suppled with Wheat this- day from Kent, Essex, and Suffolk, w hen mat oi tine qu llty uiel ready sale at an advance of 2,. oer quarter, but there wits 110 amrild/ r. eiit of the iuferior son,; Barley is 3s. per t| rlarter cheaper and a considerable supply or t.-., t grain; Grev Peas are 4-. per quarter dearer, and VV line One. fnllv maintain last w.- ek's prices ; Tick Beans. are 2s., per quarter cheaper-; we. had S good supply of Oats to. this day's niarkc , bat the sale w as brisk tor fine samples, and rather more money was obtained than 011 last Monday ; ' in Malt, Rye, aiid other articles, there is ny alteration. T This- Day is published, Price 3s. AN ESSAY Oil THE M ERITS of CATHOLIC EMAN- CIPATION, ill ihe Form of A SPEECH, feigned to have been pronounced iu the House of Lards. Written Pro Bono Publico, ' -'- ' BY SIR JAMES FOULIS, BART. Nullum Nhmen abest, si sit Prndenlia. 1 lie? vol published till now, this Essay, was composed in the Months qfmay ant/ June last. Shrewsbury: prinled and sold by W. EDDOWES. Of whom mjiv lit- had- PRICE ONLV NINETEEN PENCE, ' THE SHROPSHIRE, CHESHIRE & NORTH WALES ALMANACK, OR, SHREWSBURY INTELLIGENCER FOR THE YEAR 1313. And an elegant Assortment of Ihe ROYAL ENGAGF MENT POCKET ATLAS, SOUVENIR, or POCKET TABLET: POLITE REPOSITORY, & c. in a Variety of Cases- * ALLVI. IJC , OP. TI „ URV, 1.. RAN Kiuds. A LAST NIGHT BUT TWO. Cijeatre. MRS. WILLIAMS T> ESPECTFU LLY informs the Ladies and . Gentlemen tl, of Shrewsbury, and ils Environs, HER BENEFIT is fixed for MONDAY NEXT, 71b of. December. And she has a further Satisfaction of acquainting her Friends and the Public iu general, lliat Mr. GORDON, in Consideration of the flattering Support he experienced oli his late Visit has obligingly offered bis Assistance to rentier tfie Entertain- ments of line Evening more wbiiliy , f their Support, and will have Ihe Honour of appearing before fheni 111 two of bis favourite Characters ; on which Occasion will be acted the Comedy of THE WONDER— A WOMAN KEEPS A SECRET! The Part of Colonel Briton by Mr. Gordon— Violaote, Mrs. Williams. After which, a P'clit- Comedy, in one Act, perf lined at the Theatres Royal, Covepi Garden anil Haymarket, with distinguished Approbation, called THE DAY AFTER THE WEDpfNG, or A WIFE'S FIRST LESSON Lady Elijaheth Frc'elove, Mrs. Williams; in which Character she will introduce tbe admired Ballad of" FLY FROM THE WORLD, O BESSY, TO ME." The Whole to conclude with the Musical Farce of THE PRIZE, or $, 3,3^ 8. Dr. Len) tive by Mr. Gordon—. Caroline by Mrs. Willinnis. Tickets to be had, and Places in ihe Boxes to he taken, as usual; and of Mrs. WILHA VS, at Mr. Oakley's, Barker SlVeel, , 4 T Mil. JACKSON D ESPECTFIH. I Y informs Ladies and Gentlemen, lliat J*. his THIRD LECTURE will t » e delivered in the Town Hall,' THIS PRESENT WEDNESDAY EVENING, December 2 :— The Subject, ELECTRICITY, G A LVAN- ISM, and ELECTRO. CH EM 1CA L SCIENCE: illustrat- ed by Experiments with a Combination of nine large Gal- vanic Batteries.— The Lecture to commence at 7 o'Clock. GRANT ANB HAN LEV, NURSERY, SEEDSMEN, AND FLORISTS, HIGH STREET, SHREWSBURY, HOST respuctfullv beg Leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public at large, that they have just le- ceived a large Supply of fine DOUBLE DUTCH Hya- cinths, of various Sorts arid Colours, Polyanthus- Narcis- suses, ami Double Jonquils ; fine mixed Tulips, Crocusses of different Colours, Double Auemouies, Raniincnlas's, &. c They have also received an extensive Stock of fine EARLY PEAS and BEANS, which arc of the first Quality At their Nursery, Coleman Hill, Frankwell, they have a choice Collection " of trained and untrained Standard and Dwarf PEACHES, NECTARINE?; APRICOTS, APPLES, PEAR?, PLUMS, CHERRIES, and all Sorts of FRUIT TREES; Forest Trees, Seedlings and Transplanted ( from 9 Inches to 16 Feet high); also EVERGREENS, Flowering Shrubs, American, Herbaceous, and Green- house Plants of everv Description : which they can offer on the most rea- sonable Terms A large Quantity of THORN QUICKSETS. RAVEN INN,'- SHREWSBURY. E. JONES . T> ETURN8 her most respectful Acknowledgements to t\ those GENTLEMEN and TRAVELLERS, W ho supported She House dming the Lifetime of her Isle Husband; and informsthem ( mttvMfltmtifaf! Report' have been propagated that the House ia,, shut up, and the Cvaches discontinued), that the Business will CONTINUE TO BECA R HIED ON, in the same liberal Manner it Iras hitherto- been, aiid that 116 Expence will be spared to vender the House comfortable to FAMILIES, TRAVELLERS;" and COACW- PASSF- KGERS.. The COACH ES 10 CHESTER, MANCHESTER, & LIVER- POOL: to WORCESTER; CHELTENHAM, BATH, and the COASTS of HAMPSHIRE. DEVON, and CORNWALL ; and to WELSHPOOL, MALLWYD, MACHYNLLETH, and ABER- YSTWYTH ; continue to run as usual. Novembers 114,1812. - This Dav is published, price. 2s. 6d. ASEQUEL to the A L DRESS from R WonTHINCTON, M D. & c. to tlie Practical Farmers of Great Britain, on the important Subject of the HORSE- HOE HUS, BANORY, a Mode of Tillage so intimately, connected with the Interests of this Country, and so immediately applicable to the successful Cultivation of neivly inclosed Lands. Worcester: printed bv T. HOLL and SON, Herald Office, and sold by Crosby and Co. Stationers' Court, London ; W. EUDOWES, Shrewsbury, and all olher Booksellers. Of whom u> av be had, bv the same Author, Price Is 6d. AN INVITATION to the INHABITANTS of ENGLAND, to the Manufacture of WINES, from the FRUITS of their OiV. s COUNTRY, on. a Plan not hitherto practised; and which embraces tbe important Objects of Excellence and Cheapness; accompanied with Remarks on the CHARAC- TER and FBICE of FOREIGN WINES; and SUGGES- TIONS for Ibe ESTABLISH W ENT of VINEYARDS 111 the warmer Provinces of this Island. ALREREURY and CAKD1ST0N Li ME WORKS, rgm E PAY- DAYS for Lime carried from the above ( Works will be al the GFOR3I; INN, in Shrewsbury, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the llth and 12th Days of December next. All Lime unpaid for 011 those Days will be charged One Penny per Bushel additional Price By Order of the Proprietors. Nov. 28, 1812. THE PARTI CULAR ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC, AS well as the numerous Friends of RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK aud Co. is most respectfully solicited to Ibe verv superior merits of the Plan for the grand distribu- tion of the Capitals, in Ihe Lottery of 13,000 Tickets, which, for magnitude anil number, excels preceding ad- vantages. RICHARDSON, GOO 1 DUCK and Co also recommend 10 the observance of the Public, that every Number in this Lottory is to fully possess its own fortune, and not to depend 011 that of ariv other; for this circum- stance, so long sought for, Two Davs of Drawing have been obtained, viz. 14th and 15th of J A N UARY. SCHEME. 2 ... ... of ... ... £ 20,000 are ... ... £ 40,000 2 ... 10,000 .... 2o, 0o0 4 ... 2,000 8,000 « .... .... 1,000 6,000 ti ... 500 ... 3,000 ();.., 400 .... 2,400 10 .. 300 3,000 10 ... 200 2,0U( I 14... .... loo 1,400 32 ... 50 1.6( 10 40 ... 40 .... 1 600 50 ... ...... 30 1,500 3' Jll ... 25 ... ; - 8,000 2) 100 .... 15 ... .... ' 31,500 DRESS- M \ KING. AI ' ' Business, with whom a Premium will be expected • Apply to D and M. TopHAM, Dress- Makers, Wellington. November nth 18li. ~ STDF. RN, ~ ~~~ In the Nightof Su dav, the 29th of November, 1812, out of a Stablebelongiug to JOHN AoNEY. at Luppencott, in the Parish of Bitterlev, near Ludlow, in tlieCounty uf. Salop; A DAPPLED GREY HORSE, six Years old, full 15 J\ Hands high, a faint Resemblance of a Strip of white dow n his Forehead, a Wart on the Inside of his left Thigh, and cut Tail — Whoever will jive Information of the Offen- der or Off uders, shall, 011 Conviction, receive a Reward of TEN GUINEAS, from JOHN A ON. BY. afo'- esaid. . _ , N0TltE T0 CREDITORS. TTHHE Creditors of ANDREW SCUTT, late of WIL- COTT, in the Couuty of Salop, Maltster, are denied to meet the Trustee under an A signrneut for the. Benefit of his Creditors, 011 MONBAY, the 7th Day of December Instant, al three o'Clock iu the Afternoon, at the Dwelling House of Mr. Richard Jones, th" Craven Arms Inn, Ruyton Of the Eleven Tow 11s, in Order to assent to or dissent from applying Ihe Monies arising from Ihe Effects of the said Andrew Scutt in Discharge of the Taxes now in Arrear; and in olher special Business Kuytonof the Eleven Towns, DemHier 1, 1812. ~ NOTICE TO DEBIOUS AND CREDITORS. ALL Persons having any Demands upon tbe late Mr. SAMUEL SANDFORD, SliR'GEON, are desired lo send the same to Mr ASTERLEY, Attorney; and all Persoi « standing indebted to him upon his own or bis Partnership Account, are desired to pav the same immediately to Mr, ASTEIVLEY, who is authorized bv the Executors to receive and collect the same.*— Shrewsbury, 24/ i November, 1812. M AUSIO. V- VVEM, " SHROPSHIR E. TO BE LET, Gen'eelltfiirnish - d, fro • the \ st of January next, a CAPITAL MANSION HOUSE, situated at the End A oftbeTown of WEM, leading towards Whitchurch: the first Floor consists of capital Dining, Breakfast, Draw, ing ,001ns, and Study; five capital Bed Rooms, and Bil- liaid Room on the second Floor; with all requisite Out- offices • a large walled Garden and Hothouse, aud from eight to nine Acres ol capital GRAZING LAND adjoining the Garden ; altogether well adapted for the Residence of a genteel Family The House is pleasantly situated, com- manding Views of the surrounding Country. For Particulars, and a View of the Premises, apply to Messrs. WALFORD aud HASSALL, Solicitors, Wem afore- said. • - _ LpTi AJItl MJTVRED UPON IMMEDIATELY', A SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING HOUSE, consisting A of a good Kitchen, Cellar, aud Pantry, with au excel- lent Parlour; four good Lodging Rooms on the first Floor, and good Rooms iii Ibe Attics; together with the GAR- DEN and ORCHARD, containing one Acre or thereabouts, and Ihe Stable thereto belonging; pleasantly situated in LLANDRINIO, in the County of Montguiuery, near the Roadside leading to Shrewsbury, Welshpool, and Oswes- try, all excellent Market Towns, and within three Miles of The above Premises are fit for the Reception of a small genteel Family For fuithei- Particulars apply to Mr. J ACKSON, Attor- ney, Shrewsbury; or Mr BROW LEY, of Llandrinio. OSWESTRY. TO BE LET, ANOENTFRED UPON AT MAY- DAY NEXT; 4 GOOD FAMILY HOUSE, now in the occupation of HENRY WARREN, Esq. situate in Upper Brook • Street, with a lurge Garden, Stable, CoHcli- Hou. se, tic. & c. Particulars apply ( if by Letter, Post- paid) to Mr. PRIOI;, Bookseller, Oswestry N. iB. The House may be let with or without the Coach- Ho'uee and Stables. , ABSCONDED from his" Kaster's Service, without Cause, on the 121b Inst CVRARLLES WILLIAM CROWTHER, au Apprentice j as aScmant from the United Parishes of Shrewsbury. Whoever will apprehend or secure him, shall, oil giving Notice tosthe STEWARD of tbe HOUSE or INDUSTRY, Salop, receive A GUINEA REWARD: And any Person employing ur . harbouring him after this Notice will be prosecuted. N. B. I| e lis stout 15 Years of Age, short and stout made, fair Hair mod ( Complexion, with dark Eyes, a liouiid and full Face, aud was dressed in a short drab great Coat and Waistcoat, black Velveteen Breeches, and a Leather Hat. Shrewsbury. Ato. 25, 1812. ' • " LOST, ( SUPPOSED TO RE STOLEN) Ojit of a Field near SAINT BRIAVEI. S, in the County of Glocester, on Monday, November 91 h, 1812, AHANDSOME BLACK CART GELDING, 16 Hands high, past 8 Years old, has a white Face, a Spot of grey Hairs 011 Ihe right Shoulder several Inches in Circum- ference, a Knob under the light Jaw near the Lip, from a Hurt wheu young, the near Foot before cut or cracked from the Cog of tne other Shoe, two white Feel behind, aud a full long Tail.— Whoever will give Information, so that he may be restored to the Owner, shall have a Reward of TEN GUINEAS; und FORTY GUINEAS upon Conviction of the Pel- son who stole the Horse; by applying to JOHN MJLSOU, of Saint Briavrlsj ucar Cvlford, Glocestershire. 13,000 Tickets. £ 130,000 TICKETS and SHARES are selling at Shrewslmii), by W. EDDOWES, Printer, Martal Drayton, It. GRANT, Post Master, fVrexham, j. PAINTER, Bookseller. For UlCfilKDSON, GOODLUCK and Co. CONTRACTORS FOR THE LOTTERY, LONDON, Who sold in the Lotteries drawm IN THE PRESENT YEAR, the following Capital Prizes, in 225 Shares : No. 3,480 £ 20,000 5,518 10 000 li, 8- 2,5 i 10,000 11,518 5,000 Three of £ 3,000, Two of ' ±' 1,000, One of £ 500, Seven of £ 300, Five of £' 200, tat. Sec. & c. FREEHOLI)~ lllOKSES. ~ •' TO RE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, In the following, or such oilier Lots as may hereafter be fixed, LOT 1. ALL those TWO most substantial and convenient Messuages or DWELLING HOUSES, wilh Yards, situated at the Top of Barker Street, Shrewsbury, in the several Occupations of Mr. E. Oakley, Maltster, and Mr. E: Alcock LOT 11. All those THREE Messuages or DWELLING HOUSES, situated in Barker Street aforesaid, in the several Occupations of Mrs. A. Jones, John Evans, and Richard Langford. LOT III All those TWO Messuages or DWELLING HOUSES, wilh large Gat- den, situated and adjoining the last Lot, in the several Occupations of Johu Davies and Joseph Morgan. The respective Occupiers will shew the. Premises ; and for further Particulars apply to Mr W. COOPER, Solicitor, or Mr. J. PERRY, Auctioneer, both of Shrewsbury. 284 59 198 30 40 40 TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates herennder- mcntioned, 011 Ibe Roads in the Western Division ofthe Third District ofthe Montgomery and Bishop's Castle Roads, in the Counties of Montgomery and Salop, will he LET BY AUCTION tothe best Bidders, at the House of EDMUND READ, known bv the Sign ofthe DRAGON, in MONTGOM+ RY, on THURSDAY, Ibe SEVENTH Day 0' JANUARY next, at eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for one Vear from Lady Dav next, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of his Majesty. King George the Tbird, " for regulat- ing the Turnpike Roads ;" which Tolls are now let for the respective Yearly Sums following, and will be put al those Sums: viz. £. Sialloeand Sarnybryncaled Gates on the Roiid' to Pool ..,,.,.. Montgomery Gate 011 the Road to Chirbnry Llwypobiu Gate On the Road to Bishop's Caslle,} Cefnycoed Gate on the Roadto Kerry $ Bryudeiwrn Gate On tbe Road to Gunley Aylesford Gate on the Road to Marlo. il Chmchstoke Gate on the Road from Bishop's Caslle lo Forden Chirhury and Rhydygroes Gates ou the same Koad.. ;..-.;• ;.;.... ....... Whoever happens to he the best Bidder for the Tolls of any or either of the Gates, must giveSecurity with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of I he Rent agreed for, al suchTimes as they shall direct ; and no Person will be allowed to bid who does not produce his Sureties at the Time ofthe Auction. FRANCIS ALLEN, Clerk to the Trustees. Montgomery, \ st December, 1812. WEM ASSOCIATION FOR TIIE PROSECUTION OF FELONS. WHEREAS several Horses, Sheep, and other Cattle, have been stolen, and frequent Burglaries, Felonies, and Larcenies of various Kinds committed in Ihe Parish of WEM, in the County ofSalop, and the Offenders have too often escaped Justice for want of immediate Pursuit and effectual Prosecution; therefore, the several Persons whose Names are hereunto subscribed, associating themselves together lp order lo prevent and suppress every Kind of Felony and Larceny ( so far as in tliein lie), have agreed to raise and maintain a Fund for the Prosecution of all such Offences committed against tbe Property of them 01 any or either of them- And the Association do hereby offer the following REWA RDS to the Person or Persons w ho shall first give such Information in the Premises, as shall lead to the Recovery of the stolen Property aud the Apprehension ofthe lespertive Offenders in the undermentioned Cases, 1 lo be paid 011 the Conviction of such Offenders, By THOMAS WALFORD, Esq. Treasurer. Mr. J. KYNASTON, Secretary. RF. iVARns. £ d. Burglary, Highway or Footpad Robbery — 8 Stealmgor manning any Horse, Mare, orGehling 6. Stealing or maiming any Bull, Cow . Calf, 01 Sheep 4 1 Stealing or maiming any Pig, or stealing Poultry, 1. Coals, Potatoes, or Turnips RENEWAL OF THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE TURNPIKE ACTS. MEETIJVG THIS DAY. rfllHE TRUSTEES are requested to meet at the OAK 1. lists, in the Town of POOL, upon WEDNESDAY, Ihe 2d Day of DECEMBER NEXT, at the Hour of eleven iii the Forenoon, to sign the Petition to the House of Com- mons, for Leave to bring in a Bill lo renew the above Acts, und to peruse and settle tbe said intended Bill. JOHN THOMAS, the Trustees' Solicitor. Llanfyllin, Nov. } 812. TURNIPS. ANUMBER of SHEEP will be taken to cat TURNIPS, ina Field near Shrewsbury, where they will be regu- larly seen twice a D iy.-^ For " Particulars apply, to Ihe Printers of Ihe Shrewsbury Chronicle. qpEN Elm Trees, 8 I Syeamhre Tree, Lor II. 44 Ash Trees'; MONTGOMERYSHIRE. CAPITAL OAK AND OTHER TIMBER. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, LOT I. f standing 011 a Farm called j Ty mawr, in the Parish of J Llansaiuiffrnid in theOccu- * pattoiiof. NJr, Richard Oweu LOT UI. 70OakTimherTreesO c, .. ,„ < 23 Asii Tree* S'andingjm'l « Celyn Farm, I nr IV ) » Birch Tree, > ."' U, e » f Llantyll- L0T IV' i 3 Alder^ Trees ( l"'- be Occupaiion of ( B. SycaW0ieTi; ees. j , Mi' . M ' ll. am Davids. LOT V. 48 03kTimbe( T> pcs,.( CSlaqdiMS on Cue Djo Farm' C17 Ash Trees," ' |, in the Parish ofi Lhinfi- LOT VI. - j 20 Afirle* Trees," ^ hangel, in the Occupation C l Sycamore Tree; j' 1 of-" Wi'limn Davies afore- LOT VI I. 116 Birch Trees, said. The Trees in each Lot are blazed and numbered with a Scribe.— The Oak Trees and most of the other Trees, are of large Dimensions aiid excellent Quality. TY MAWR is about two VIih's, TY F'ER. YV about eight Miles, anil CAE DIO iiboitt- tiiiie Miles from the Moiitgo- gomeryshire Canal at New Bridge. Mr. Edwards, of Ibe Liou 11111, UanKaintlfVaiil, or the re. spective Tenants will shew the Timber; and for Particulars Apply to Mr. GOULD, Golfa, near Welsh Pool, 25( 4 November, Hl-_'. ^ atcg attcnon. * Elegant Silk Shawls, Jaconet Muslins, London Prints, J Straw Hats, Ostrich Feathers, and Woollen Cloths. BY W. SMITHS- On Thursday, the 3d Day of December, 1812, and . follow- ing Days,' ill the Shop late occupied by Mr. Thomas, Apothecary, Top of Mardol, Shrewshiii v : SF. VF. RAL Dozens of rich Silk Shaw| s, figured and plain Muslins for Ladies Dresses, aTarge Qiianlity of London Prjnts, Several Dozens of Stiaw Hats aiiil Bonnets, of the finest Texture, a Quantify of beau I Will Ostrich Feathers and Artificial Flowers, together with' several Hundred Scores of Split Straw Plat. Also abort 1000 Yards- of Woollen Cloth. The above will be put up iil Sinall Lots, and Sold without the least Reserve. « ; itnii; - .. The Sale will commence affl o'Clock in the Morning, and at three o'Clock In the Afterrtoon, and continue until nine o'Cloik. oi no yst. iW-. v~ Robbing any Garden, Orchard, or Fishpond Stea'ing any Corn or Grain, threshed or utl- threshed, out of any Barn or Field, or any Hay 4 4 0 Breaking or stealing any Gates or Hedges, Pales, Posts, Rails, Hooks, Thimbles, Links, Staples, or Implements of Husbandry — — — 220 And for any other Felony or Larceny against the Pro- pel ties of Ihe Subscribers respectively, such other Rewards as Ihe Subscribers 01 a Majority of them shall at any ofthcir General Meetings adjudge reasonable. ff'em Rev. E. T Steward Rev. George Dickin Rev. F Salt Owen Roberts, Ecq. Thomas Diekin, Esq. George Walford, Esq. Thomas Walford, Esq. Riehard Walford, Esq. Jonathan Nickson, Esq. Roger S. Diekin, F'sq. John T. Steward, Esq Win II. W. Betty, Esq. Mr. Arthur Jones Messrs. Ireland Hi Walmsley Mr. Philip Ireland Mr. C A. Beetenson Mr. A. Beetenson Mr. Stephen H assail Mr. Edward Gwynn Mr. J. B. Griffiths Mr. Joseph Clay Mr. John Briscoe Mr. John Hales Mr. Thomas Gough Mr. Thomas Griffith Mr. Richard Slierratt Mr. Anderson Mr. Thomas Howell Mr. John Deakio Mr. Edward Cart wrigbt Mr. William Slot kail Mi-. Thomas Likes Mr. Thomas Darliugton Mr John Gough M r. Robert Barber M r. John lvynastoti Mr. Thomas Sands Mr. Thomas Kynaston Titley. Mr. Thomas Jeffreys Mr. Johii Slack Creamore. Mr. J. Waliosley Fdstaston. Thomas Payne, E « q. Mr. J. Mulliner Mr Samuel Tiler Soutfon und Lacnn. Mr Beiijaiiiiu Dcakin Mrs. Bcacatl Mr. Jottn Beacall Aston. Mr. Woodfine Pool Head. Mr. John Lee Northwood. Mr. William Bickerton. llORSflAXD CART: . rtflr\ ir\ A- lLusLF PiJNki" , - HY , K) NA'riu\ \ ' j'EKUV, ' ' At the. Market . Pljiec. i Shi'evyjibiiry, < it two o'clock ( to a Moment j an SATURDAY- iSEX l'i the 5th of- Decern her, 1812,. ( bv Direction of lhe>. Vlagi.-| rates) : . A LIGHT C A RT, with l. l, ai; iiessa. nd black Blood Geld. • FX ing — ALSO, arepiarkably lyaiidsoinc BLACK PON EY, 7 Years old,' thirteen'kiul a lia| f lia- uds Wgb, wilh excellent Action, and perfectly souiiif. ' To be seen prfor to Sale ' by Application to Mr. T HOMAS JON ES, Sheriff's Otiicer, Wyle Cop. PLEASANT lOBiiiV HESIDE- NCEV TWith iniiurdiatc Possession); HOUSEHOLD FURMTUlife," STACK OF HAY, Jl 0R SES, C 0W, A,\ i) JiFFECTS. BY JONATHAN' PEIlllY, On the Premises,' 011 Thursday, fhe iiilh Decenibei Instant, lit eleven o'Glock in the Foreuobit ; rilHE LEASE of attd ihlhat most desirablie'newly Brick- I built DWELLING HOUSE; with Three- stall Stable, Vegetable mid FriliC'Oartlfre. sf'Ocrtgoii Summer House, and a Croft of tMeafhuw Land adjiiiuiug, situate at HANWOOD BANK, in a genlecl Neighbourhood, onjy three Miles from Shrewsbury, aiid now in the Occupation of Mr. RICHARD LoxDAI. V., ( removing 10 Shrewsbury); held for a Term, 12 Years of which - will he iihexpired'at Lady- Day, 1813, at the low annual Retit of Tliirly Pounds, clear of parochial Rales-' audi' other Outgoings, except Window and Ilou- e Taxt- s.; The Premises- hive recently undergone 11 thorough Repair, niiil cpnsidti able I mprove- ment; the Gardens fully cropped, and'ptAlit& t with choice W all and Staudard . FruitTVM s, • i. t-.:> S* < And 011 the same Dav, at Twelve ( to a Moment), Ihe Auctioneer will prorecd- to iell the eii tire-' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; LL- NEN, PLATE, China, Glass, Horses, Cow, - Pigs, ar. d OtbeiiiEffects, - tsn' thi; Premises, Part of » '' ie' 1 will - be P'old on the fotlinvih j Day.'— 1Catalogues^ will be distributed, and may he hud of THE ' AUCTIONEER. Also to be " OLD. bv AUCTl'ON, if- Mr. Barrett's, Ihe Sign of the Cross Guns, in Fraiikwell, on FRIDAY EVEN- ING, the, 1 lib December, at « i! i o'Clock, a STACK of fine UPL. AN D H AY, of tbe preseul Yea rVGrowth, standing ou Laud al RADBROOK, hSTSWSted'ln the best Condition, and eontainiug about ELEVHSIITTAN'S -' Likewise Part of a Stuck ot Old Hay. - ivi>-- .. a xri •••• The Keeper of Hanwood Tnrnpike « Ste will shew the Hav. •'=•>' '•-- • ' , ' For further Pnrtit'ufeii- s ap^ ly' to Mi".' Piufups, Soli- citor, College, Shrewsbury; lii Till' AUCTIONEER, LEASE OF A V. Al, Lri ii IK F A ITM, NEAR SHREWSBURY, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. BY JONATHAN PERKY, ( Under a Writ of Fieri Facias), before the Sheriff of the County of Salop, atth'eTalbot Ion, in" Shrewsbury, 011 Saturday, tbe 12th Day of December Instant, at four oTIock in ihe Afternoon; rill- IE unexpired Tel in of Thirteen Years, from Lady- .1 Day next, of and in a'most eligible aud compact FARM, situate at EDGE, iu the Parish of. Pontesbury, lately in the Occupation of Mr. RICHARD WOOD, aud containing nearly Two Hundred Acres of very excellent Arable, M eadow, aud Pasture Laud. The Premises are most delightfully situate.; the Farm is ill the most complete Condition; the Rent very low'; and in every Respect adapted 10 the Residence of a Gentleman, or respectable Farmer. A11 excellent and powcrfulTHSESHixt; M ACHINE apper- tains to the Buildings; and there are Three Cottages for Workmen For further Particulars apply to'Mr. PHILLIPS, Solicitor^ College, Shrewsbury; or THE AUCTIONEER. VALUABLE FARMING STOCK AND FURNITURE, At Edge, near Shrewsbury. BY JONATHAN PERRY, On the Premises of Mr. RICHARD WOOD, at EDGE, in the Parish of Pontesbury, on Monday and Tuesday, the 14th and 15th of December Instant ( unreservedly); rT^ H E entire aud valuable STOCK of excellent MlLK- i ING COWS, Feeding Bullocks, Fat Cows, Calves, WAGGON HORSES, Sheep, Pigs, Waggons, Tumbrels, Land Rollers, Ploughs, Harrows, Cribs, and various other Articles— Likewise ( to be carried off the Premises), THREE STACKS of BARLEY, two Stacks of Wheat, one Ditloof Oafs, oue Ditto of Hay, oue Ditto of Hay and Clever, about 70 Bushels of Bill'ley ( winnow ed), a Quanlily bpjtttcttom DENBIGHSHIRE. rptHE capital and most desirable FARMS, called I. STANSTY UCHA and STANSTY ISSA, with the TITH ES of CORN, GRAIN, and H AY, arising within the Towdship of Stansty, and the TITHE of HAY within the Township of Brougbtou, in the Parishes of WREXHAM and GR ESS FORD, in Ihe said CoUiitv, will be sold bv Auction some Time in the next Month : Particulars whereof will appear in a future Paper. ~ ~ SHROPSHIRE. GENTEEL RESIDENCE. BY MR CHURTON, AL the House of William Clegg. the Talbot Inn, in Dray- ton in Hales, on Monday," the I4tli Day of December, 1812, between the Hours of three and six in the After- noon : , . ALL that very desirable capital Messuage, called DRAYTON " LODGE, situate near to the Town of D ravton iu Hales aforesaid, late the Property and Resi- dence of MAJOR GENERAL BRODHURST, deceased; con- sisting pf a Vestibule or Entrance, Breakfast, Dining, and Drawing Rooms, Housekeeper's Koom, Kitchen, Servants' Hall and Butter's Pantry, Larder, Brewhouse, and Laundry; with five Bed Rooms upon Ihe first Floor, and excellent Attics, and Cellaring; with Coach House, Stabling, and other requisite Outbuildings, and NINE ACRES, or there- abouts, of rich Pasture LAND close adjoining thereto; with an excellent Garden well stocked with choice Fruit Trees. & c. And also Two PIECES or Parcels of capital GRAZINGGROUND, lying al a very convenient Distance from the said House, containing by Estimation six Acres nd upwards. Further Particulars may be known by applying at the Office of Mr. J. L. WARREN, in Drayton in Hales afore- said. At DRAYTON 7.0DGE, SHROPSHIRE. Superior and Modem Household Furniture, and all other the Effects of the Tate MAJOR GENERAL BRODHURST, deceased. BY W. EEURTON, On Tuesday, the 15th Day of December, 1812, nnd tbe following Days, till all is sold, ( COMPRISING elegant Four post. Tent, Calash, and ' other Bedsteads, with rich Furniture, and Window Curtains to correspond. Feather Beds, Matresses, and elegant Bed Room Furniture, Suits of neat Drawing, Din- ing, and Breakfast Room Furniture, Brussels Carpets, & c. large Quantities of MODERN PLATE, compleated in the first stile ofWorkmauship-. a Varietv of plated Table Articles ; China, handsome Chit Glass, Books, Linen ; a Quantity of choice and valuable Or, o WIN. ES and SPIRITS • an elegant modern Town built (' HARIOT, wilh Dickey, Boot, Convex Lamps, plated Furniture, & c. ( as good as new) wilh plnted Harness, a Pair of Brown Bay CARRIAGE GELDINGS, very steady in Harness, one Blood Bay Saddle Mare ; three valuable in- calf Cows; Hav, Straw, and Implements of Husbandry, and Dairy and Brewing Vessels, kc. Catalogues are prepared, nnd mav he had at the principal Inns in Shrewsbury, Chester, Stafford, and Birmingham ; also al the principal Inns ill the Neighbouring Market Towns; of THE AUCTIONEER, in Whitchurch ; aud St the Office of Mr. J. L. WARREN, Solicitor, Drayton in Hales aforesaid. N. B The House and Furniture mav. bo viewed Friday and Saturday previous to | he Sale, by Ticket only, which may be bad 011 Application to the said Mr W'ARRFN. Mr. Thomas Wyclierley Any Person not sending his or her Subscription 011 the Day of Meeting, or within fourteen Days after, will be ex- pelled the Society The MEETING will be held at the BLACK LION Inn, in Wein, 011 TUESDAY, theistk December, 1812.— Dinner on the Table at two o'clock N B. The COMMITTEE is requested to meet at. TEN o'Clock in the Forenoon of the same Day. of Wheal ( winnowed), and a largu Quantity of Wheat and Barley Straw. Also, the Whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Linen, China, Brewing and Dairy Vessels, and other Effects, which are nea and good . Catalogues will he prepared, mid to be bad at the Inns in Westbury, Pontesbury, MiiWftrley, the neighbouring Vil- lages ; and of THE AucflONEfeR, Shrewsbury. a^ p All Persons having any Demands against Mr. WOOD, are requested to send an Account thereof to Mr PHILLIPS, al The College, Shrewsbury, t liat4hesame may be examined and settled, SHROPSHIRE ESTA'ChS. TWO VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS; Genteel Residence, Shrewsbury, he. BY GEOVEITAND SON, At ( lie Britannia I1111, Mardol, Shrewsbury, on Saturday, December 5t'n, 1812, at four o'Clock in 1 lie Afternoon, and subject to Conditions I ben to be produced : LOT 1 APIECE of capital MEADOW LAND, called The . Hough, Containing 6A. ? R 4P. in tlic'Occupation of Johu Oliver, and situate at Veiltfinglon, in the Parish of Weslbiiry. LOT II. Part of a Piece of capital M now LAND, as now staked out, called Vrou- Gate Meadow,, situate at Vroll- Gate, also in the said Township of Vennington, containing .') A. Q1- II i'. inl K(- OeriiTMitiimi i. l - ivitl . Jot* 11 Oliver. LOT HI. Pari of Two Pieces of PASTURE LAND, called The Mountain Ground, containing' together 12A. 0R 34p. in tbe Oecit nation of Joseph Smalt, also situate in the said Township of Veniitngton. LOT IV A handsome and substantial- built HOUSE, in a healthy and retired Situation, in SCHOOL LANE, SHREWS. BURY: commanding a fine View of the River Severn, the Welsh Bridge, Berwick House, kc. the Whole forming a roost beautiful Prosnect. H consists- oil the Ground Floor of Entrance Hall, Parlour 17 Ft. by 14 Ft 10 In, and 9 Fl. ^ In. high; Nursery, Kitchen, and Back Kitchen, with thr « e excellent Cellars underneath ; four Lodging Rooms ( ill Nerood Floor; and five upper Lodging Rooms; with convenient Out- offices, a spacioUsrCoitrt Entrance, waited round, Terrace Walk backward, overlooking the surround- ing Country., and 11 very excellent Garden. Ti. e Premises are well sun. pl. ied with Water bv three Conductors ; are in the Occupation of Mr. Hawlev, and maybe viewed ou Application 10 Mr. VV heeler, Coach anil llorses Inn. LOTV A valuable and compact FARM, situate nt WrsTLEY, in the Parish of Westbury, in lite Occupation of Mr Hawley; consisting of a Farm Ho- use. and sritable Outbuildings,' and two Cottages and Gardens for Work men, with a Garden, and excellent Orchard of Fruit Trees, and containing together 79A. oR 2fiP of capital Arable, Meadow, anil Pasture Land,, within a Ring Fence, and divided into suitable Inelosures'. , . LOT VI. A very valuable aud compact FARM, culled THE HAW'COCKS ( formerly the Residence of the late Mr. John HawleO, situate near Cause, iu the Parish of Westburv, also in the Occupation of Mr Thomas Hawley ; consisting of a substantial anil convenient Farm House, excellent Garden, well stocked with choice Fruit Trees, Fish Pond, and suitable Outbuildings, with a Cottage and Garden for Workman, and containing together 110A. 0R. 2P of capital Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, within a Ring Fence, Part of w hich Meadow Land may be irrigated The above valuable Farms are distant ten Mites from Shrewsbury, anil eleven from Montgomery, one nearly and the olher close adjnininir the Montgomery Turn- pike Road ; are within four Miles of Lime, and one of Coal. Possession of tlie Whole of the above Property may be had at Ladv- day next. LOT VII. Tbe R EVERSION of a very valuable Piece of MEADOW LAND, called Long Moor," contaiuingfiA. 3R 20P situate near Wort ben, in the Occupation of Mary Lee, or her Undertenants, and , subject to the Life Interest of the said Mary Lee, aged 6t Years. LOTVHL The REVERSION of an excellent Piece of M EA DOW LAN D, called Hay bridge Meadow, containing 5 A. 2R. 24P. situate and oeciioied us Lot 7, and subject to- the Life Interest of the said Mary Lee. LOT IX. FOUR SECURITIES on Aston Turnpike Gate, for £ 50 each, at 5' per Cent, per Annum, either together, or in Shares of £ 50 each There is a Modus paid for the Lands at Westley and Vennington, in Lieaof Ty the Hay. A Map of tlie Estates is left fur Inspection at the Office of Messrs. M A IIDOCK k . IA. CK. SON,' Solicitors, Shrewsbury ; and for further Particulars apply to Mr, HAWLEY, of Cause, who will appoint a Person to shew the Lands. The Timber growing on the respective Lots to be taken at a Valuation, lo be produced at the Time of Sale. Printed Particulars are now ready for Delivery; and may be bad 011 Application at. the following Places:— of THE PRINTER OF THE SALOPIAN JOURNAL, Shrewsbury; nt Ihe Dragon Inn, Montgomery; Oak, Welshpool ; Cross Foxes, Oswestry; Feather* Inn, Ches- ter; Talbot, Market Drayton ; of Mr H AWLEY, Cause ; and of THE AUCTIONEERS, Ruvton of tbe Eleven Towns mc0 fcjMitfctfott TO PRINTERS,^ BOOKSELLERS, By Order of the Executor of the late Mr. Thomas Cutler, l" e. Premises, in Eastgate- Street- Row, 011 TuosiL,, the 15thI Day of December, 1812, unless previously dis- posed of hy private Contract, of which Notice ivill be given ; THAT established Newspaper colled THE CHESTER HERALD; together with the TYPES, Cases, Frames, RTIESS, and every other Requisite for carrying 011 the IniitingBosiiu,,. - The HOCSF, SHOP and PltINT| NG inin d' t !|"' exce" ent, y situated, and may be entered upon Also the Whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, Plate, and other Effects, The Sale to commence at lo o'Clock in the Forenoon. Persons desil'our, of purchasing by private Treaty are requested lo apply to Mr. JOHN BARCLAY, the Executor, on Ihe Premises. At the Dragon I1111, in Montgomery, on Thursday, the A81st December, 1812, al four o'Clock : TENEMENT, near Churchstoke Village, in MotlU . ff° me'' yshire ; consisting of a convenient Stoue- built jf'ffi ® HOUSE, aud a GARDEN, ORCHARD and CLOSE of LAND adjoining, Containing about Half 1111 Acre, aud occupied by John Lloyd as a yearly Tenant. 1 tie Situation ot the Tenement is pleasant and healthy; and further Particulars may be known of Mr. ALLEN, So- licitor, Montgomery; and ihe Tenant will shew ihe Premises. LIME WORKS. At the White Lion, iu Whitchurch, on Monday, the 7th AD ® y » t December, 1812, at five o'Clock in Ihe Afternoon; VALUABLE LIME WO R K, on the N autwich Branch of the Ellesmere Canal, near Wrenbiiiy, in the County of Chester, held for tbe Term ofgs Years, at Ihe yearly Rent of 43. comprising three large Kilns, a spa- cious Wharf, a Clerk's Office, Weighing Machine, and nous Tools and Implements; also FOUR BOATS, in good Kepair The Work is situated viiy conveniently for the Sale of Lime and Coal, aiid at present Commands a con- siderable Trade. For Particulars apply to Mr. TURNER, Architect, Whit- church, Salop, or at Mr. HUMBERSTON'S Office, Friars. Chester. ' At the Oak Inn, in Welshpool, | m Ihe Couuty of Mo mery, 011 the 7th Day of December, 1812, betwn Hou"~ " outgo , - - - —, en th< ot three and five in the Afternoon, subject lo such Conditions as shall then he produced- AMESSUAGE or TENEMENT, and upwards of two Acres ot good Land, ihe greatest Part of which is planted with Fruit Trees, adjoining the River Severn, in tiie 1 ownslnpof Reteskin, in the Parish of GUILSFIEI. D, 111 the said Coiuily of Montgomery. And also, a PIECE of LAND, formerly a Part of Gol y- l. oed VVaste, in the Township of Reteskin aforesaid, now m the Holding of John Price, and containing by Admeasur - uieiit two Roods and two Perches On Part of the above Premises is a Plantation of WILLOWS, which are cut every Year, aud generally sold lor about Five Guineas. Also A PIW in the Parish Church of GUILSFIELD, in the Holding of Mr. Green. The Tenants respectively will shew the Premises; nnd further Particulars may be known upon App EDWARDS, Solicitor, in Oswestry. apon Application to M TIM BE I i, At the Pheasant Inn, Wellington, in the Couuty nf Salop, oil Thursday, the loth of December, 1813, at four o'Clock 111 Ihe Afternoon : rjpHE following Lots of Timber, scribe marked, and „ growing on Lands at WHEAT LEASOWS, near 10 Well n ton aforesaid, ( viz) LOTI. 1- 2 ELM TREES; commencing No. 1 and ending No. 12.: so 1 - Oder. J SvCHinores, ami 1 Wiihy, LOT 11 30 ASH TREES, commencing No. l and ending and No. 3 » . LOT III. 160 OAK TREES, commencing No. 1 ending No. 160', and 15 Oak Runnels. Ti e Teiiant al Wheat I. easows will shew the Timber; « ud furtb- r Particulars may be had of Mr. JELI. ICOE, Shiltiial. j ' MONTGOMERYSHIRE. At the Oak Inn, tu Pool, on Monday, Ihe 14th Day of December, 1812, bciween the Hours of three and six in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then there produced ; A LI. those TWO PI ECES or Parcels of LAND, railed LLANAKCHLLOWRIS, containing ny Estimation 7 Acres, more or less, situate in the Township of Varchvvell, in the Parish of Gudsfield, now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Thomas. Varchwell is distant from Pool about three Miles ; nnd tbe above Fields nearly adjoin the Guitsfield Branch of the Montgomeryshire Canal. Mr Reese Griffiths, of Varcbwell aforesaid, will shew the Premises; and further Particulars may he had of Mr, T. DREW, Solicitor, Newlown. On the Premises, without the least Reserve, oil Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Ihe 14th, 15lh 16th, and 17th, Davs of December, 1812, ' BY GEOVER AND SON -, ALL the valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, GRAIN, HAY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Brewing aiid Dairy Utensils belonging lo the late Mr. HENRY P1CKSTOCK, ofCALCOT HALL, in the Parish of Lnndisilio, in the, County of Montgomery ; consisting of 20 capital Milch Cows, and one DEVON BUT. L, 18 Calving Heitevs, three 2- year old Bullocks, four Ditto Heifers, six 3- vear old Oxen,. 12 fat Cattle ; seven young able Waggon Horses, and Gearing for Ditto, one hack Mare in- foal, one well bred' 3- vear old Coll; 59 capital Sheep, in Lots i sfi Pigs, ill Ditto. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, implements in Hus- bandry, kc. are new, all having been purchased since March last.— Catalogues will be prepared in Time, and may be had at the Cross Keys, and Coach and Horses, Oswestry; Cross Keys, Lhinyuiynecli : Goat, Llnilfvltiu ; Oak, Pool; Bull's Head, Rritai} uia,. and Cmie- h and Horses, Shrewsbury; CraY'en Arms, Ruyton; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere ; Duncan Head, New town ; on the Premises; and of THE AUCTIONEERS, at Rtiyion, BROSELEY. At the Lion Inn, in Broseley, in tbe Couuty of Salop, ou Wednesday, the l6lh Dav of December, 1B12, al the Hour of five in the Afternoon, ill the following, or such other Lots ns maybe agreed upon at the Time of the Sale, and subject to such Conditions as will then and there be produced : rpHE following desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, J_ situate in the Parish of BROSELEY aforesaid. LOT 1. All that FARM, called Preens Eddy Farm, situ- ate near the Wood Bridge, containing 52A. sR i « P. or thereabouts, be t. he same more or less, with the Rope Walk, Dwelling Houses, and other Buildings thereon erected. This Farm consists of 25 Acres of rich Meadow l anr', adjoining to the 11 Iver Severn, and of 27A. r; R. 27P p. Coppice Land." There are severul delightful Si uatioi s to build upon ; and ( lie same may be made a desirable Residence for a Gentleman's Family, or for a Merchant Connected » ith the Severn Trade. LOT II. All that Piece of ARABLE LAND, called Fijrnace 1 h- ce, situate near Willey Furuoce, containing4A. uR. ^ Si*. or thereabouts LOT III All that Piece or Parcel of MEADOW LAN- , called the Holms Slang, containing l A. lR. 12P. or Lhet e- abouts LOT IV. All thai Piece or Parcel of LAND, laidf opin o, and occupied with, a Piece of Glebe Land, near lie Dunge Containing bA. 2!! 3oP or thereabouts. LOT V. All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, called Lsinper s Meadow, situate near Lumper's Lane, containing oA. 2ti. 28P. U1-' thereabouts. I. OT VI. All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, called Wag- tail, Ijing near Lumper's Lane aforesaid, Containing lA. iK. 30P or thereabouts. LOT VII. All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, called Garmsou's Slang,. situate near The Hursts, containing IA oil. I P. or thereabouts. LOT VIII. Ail that Piece or Parcel of LAND, called Tie Upper Briar Acre, situate near Hanley Hitch, containing 5A ill 20P. or thereabouts. I . OT IX All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, called Lowrr Briar Acre, adjoiuitig the last Lot, containing 5 A. Ill, 11) 1'. or thereabouts Mr. JOHN f^ UEST, the Proprietor, will appoint a Per on to shew tbe Premises; and furthei Particulars may be had by applying to Mr. PRITCHARD, Solicitor, in Bmseley aforesaid. On Thursday, Ibe 31st Day of December, 1812, at the ' f'ross Foxes Inn, Oswestry, subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there produced, iu tbe following Lots:' ALL that MESSUAGE, known bv Ibe Name ofTREF- LOCH FARM, situate in the Township of Trcftoch, and Parish of Oswestry, late the Property of Mr. Nalhaoiel Jones. No. Names of the Pieces. Quantity. Total Z on Quantity. 3 Map. A. R. P. A. R. i\ House, Fold, Gai'den, & c 0 9 a) CaeTy, Uchaf Ty, aud Erw 3 I rill ( now iu one),. 5 Erw Day Quillet in Maes Pen- y Bryn... Ditto in Ditto Cae Pwll Marl ... Cae Derwen ( Cae'r Ffvunovi tiewydd.. • Cae Battin bach Quiilet in Me. es Owen t Ditto in Ditto......... Talardd 1 Erw Maen LLvyd...'. .....' Broil y Dudfaiau... Quillet in Mr. James's Field.. < Caeau newydd and Cae Pant > ? ( in one)..., 5 , < Cae Tan Ty mid Drill v Coed, y 9 17 ( and Malt Kiln .'. $ IS Ca. e Pen y Garreg... 1 19 Gweiryhnhl goeh 1 20 Gweirglodd newydd 10< ,„ (' Quillet in Mr. Veilables's > - 9 ? Meadow > 5 An Allotment adjoining No. ^ "/• IB and No 20..,, J 22 CaeGroes Hir 0 ^ 23 House and Garden 0 12 24 Cae Gi'Oes Hir 1 , r'f'v Francis, Drill Oeiliog,^ 1 or } aiid Dol v Crochau F. rw ( inf . L25 } one), and Cottage ( tlncet 13< r Dwellings) > ^ t Gweirglodd Gi'Oes Hir( in two> .„ M6? Parts).. 5 14 27 Quillet in Maes y (: ae du 0 15 28 Erw Allt Tir y Clay 1 jTrefloch Wood, an Allotment ) ) Q ' l ® C(,, 11'" c'" scd) V ' i1 h il 4 4" r 12 7 IS 9 0 409 1 2 1 23 IS 3 22 lG 9 11 1 0 2 14 > 10 3 19 2 3 31 3 20 3 0 85 85 1 I The Timber on the several Lots to be valued. These Premises lie contiguous to Lime Rocks and Coal- eries ; and a M ap of the Estate may be inspected by apply ing to RICHARD CROXON, Esq. Oswestry. HARMONY OF CREATION, Who hath not heard with raptured ear The lark's shiill ' Matin, eehoMff Hear? While grove and meadow, far anil near, Resound with tuneful melody? How sweet, liow full, the blackbird's Hole Seems on the morning gala lo tiiiat, Wlule many a warbler strains his throat To aid the cheerful harmony! When, at fierce noon, the sun rides high, How sweet on river's brink to lie, • Safe shellei'd from a cloudless sky, Some shady tree fur canopy '. There listen to the murmuring stream, Like one entranc'd iu moody dream ; Then mailt on distant sail, the beam Qf sunshine glUt'uiug cheerfully. And oh ! what tuneful notes resound, What heavenly music all around, When, reach'U his daily journey's hound, Bright Fliaioussets resplendency'. OO have I loiter'd on my way, While choristers 011 every spray Sang vespers to the closing day, And vied iu sweetest symphony'. Is there, whose sensual, grovelling mind, By taste, by virtue uhretin'd, Can bear this melody comhin'd, And not enjoy such minstrelsy ? Ju vain to him returning spring Bids flow'rets blow, or songsters sing; Their charms uo heartfelt raptures bring Nor wake lo mental ecstacy. Not so the mau divinely taught; His soul, with nobler feelings fraught. Ascends on wiiigs of heavenly thought To God, the source of Harmony. In all the music of the grove, He bears a song of joy and love, Praising the name of him above, The one, eternal Deity '. in answer to which he said it was conccaled ia an old paralory to punishment - At nine, the stgna was made kettle under some brambles near ShooterVlnll. Upon tor two boats romoach of the men of war to range n this statement the Magistrates ordered Collingbourn a parallel line to the Griffon, lo witness the execution, and Glennon to take him to the spot he had mentioned, that if his story w. as true, he might point out the cxact spot where lie said the luiife was but from the pri- soner,' s manner, and from some instances of prevari-' cation which had been observed on the part of Roberts, suspicion began to be entertained that his story was altogether a fabrication, and the officers were directed to be particularly attentive tojii* actions. The prisoner was accordingly taken in a, chaise to Shootor's- hill, and when near the spot he had mentioned, they got out of the chaise to walk up the hUl. Previous to their omit- ting the chaise, Collingbour'n observed tbe prisoner shuffling about" his pockets, upon which he gave a signal to Glennon, and on watching . him more narrowly, they observed he had a knife in his hand. When he came to the spot where he said the kettle, containing the knife was, he pointed out a bramble bush, on removing which they discovered a kettle, and the prisoner putting his liand under it, pretended to take out a knife, but in fart, afler a short time, produced thai which the officers. had previously observed in his hand, and which, when he handed it over to Ihem, was covered with fresh soil j and had not at all the appearance of having lain in the damp for some time, as it must ha ve done, bail the pri- soner's * tory been true. On one side of the handle the word " Mellon" was marked, and on the other side were the letters « T. li. 89." It was notoriously just put there, and could not have lain there any lepgtli of time, par . , . After the boats had got into their stations, the shri uds of the ships at anchor were manned, and at ten o'clock the fatal gun was fired, and the unhappy man . was im- mediately hoisted up to the fore- yard- arm, where he remained suspended for three- quarters of an hour, when the body was lowered down aud delivered to his friends. Previously to the execution of this unfortunate young man, Rear- Adm ral Foley, with that humanity which • is the characteristic of his nature, ordered the following dmonitorv Address to be read to the several ships' companies iu the Downs: " The 1 Commander- in- Chief most earnestly desires lo direct the particular attention of the Fleet to the melancho- ly scene they are now called to attend— a scene which offers a strong, and much lie hopes, an impressive lesson to every person in it— a lesson to all who are to command, and to all who arc to obey. Lieutenant Gainage is represented by every person who knew him, and by the unanimous voice of the Griffon ship's company, as a humane, compassionate man, a kind, indulgent officer ; yet, for want of that guard, which every man should keep over his passions, this kind, humane, compassionate mail commits Ihe dreadful crime ot Murder. Let his example strike deep into the minds uf all who witness his unhappy end, and whatever their general disposition may be, let them learn from him, that if they tire not watchful to restrain their passions wilhin their proper bounds— one moment of intemperate anger may destroy the hopes of a well- spent honourable life, and bring them, to an untimely and disgraceful death. And let those who are to obey, learu from Ihe conduct of the Serjeant the fatal effects wliich may result from contempt and insolent conduct towards their superiors. By repeated insolence tbe An Irishir. am being told that a great part of the Freuch army ill Russia was obliged to go bare- foot, said he should not at all like to stand ill iheir shots. CHI I BLAINS are prevented . from breaking, and their tormenting Itching, instantly removed by Whitehead's Es- sence of Mustard, universally esteemed for its extraordinary efficacy iu Rheumatisms, Palsies, Sprains, Bruises, icc. but where this certain remedy has beeu unknown, or neglec- ted, and Ihe Chilblains have actually suppurated, or broke, Whitehead's I'apiily Cerate will ease ihe pain, aud very speedily heal ihem. They are prepared and sold by R. JOHNSTON, Apulhccary, 15, Greek- Street, Soho, London, the Essence and Pills at as. 9d. each— the Cerate al is l£ d. They are sold by Eooowus, Newling, and P » liu, Shrews- bury; Painter, Wrexham ; Bau, gh, El. lesmere ; Houlstons, Wellington ; Silvester, Newport; Pjodgers, Ludlow; Cart- ridge, and Gitton, Bridgnorth; Edwards, Price,, and Mill- shall, Oswestry; and every Medicine Vender in the United Kingdom. The genuine has a black Ink Stamp wilh the Name of R. Johnston inserted on it. i as represented by the prisoner. The prisoner had also | Serjeant overcame the Void and" geiitle disposition of 1 produced a brooch, which he asserted had belonged to ! Lieutenant Gamage and by irritating and inflaming bis ' . . . , , , n- „. I , , i,„• ,.;„ r|.,„„„ I passion, occasioned his own death.— The Commandcr- in- Lieut. Johnson; but he officers, by their v gilauce, » • > tha, affi5cti • le$ 90n not be offercd in satisfactorily proved that Ibe deceased did not wear a ' • - • • 1 • ' 1 " The prisoner had also produced a AGRICULTURE. To the PMNTUU of the SjLoptdtt . TOVUSAU SIR — Having observed in yonr paper of the 18tli Inst. a Tetter signed B. C. wherein that writer states, that a piece of plate, of so guineas, was awarded to Mr. Morris, ut Willey, for the best cultivated firm in the County, 1 request the favour of you to give a place ill your very respectable paper, lo the following observations upon that subject. Nothing can be, farther from inv wish or intension than to detract from the merits of Mr Morris, or to question the brooch of any sort. I hat, which he asserted was that worn by Lieutenant i Johnson, at the time he was so barbarously massacred. ! The friends of the deceased, however, on examining it, '• declared their conviction, that it had never belonged to him, or did they believe that lie had so large a sum of money abqnt him as j£' 3S. the sum said by Roberts to have been found in his possession. From these and se- veral other circumstances, no doubt could remain in the minds of the Magistrates, that the pretended confession of Roberts was a most diabolical and atrocious attempt Enn'itVof the'decisioii~;" and I writeonly lo rectify a mistake, I to attach the guilt of murder to two innocent persons, info Which your Correspondent R. C has fallen, and into with a view to ihe obtaining his ow n pardon tor other which he may lead many of your readers. The Premium | offences w ilh which he was charged, and for the purpose obtained by Mr. Morris was directed by the Society to be ^ fining the reward offered bv Government to any awaided to the Tenant who shall eoUi « te • ind 10Ilf. who should aid in Ibe discovery of the murderers, ( lie best manner the farm he occupied, between the meeting r, . , . ,, -,, 1 „ „ i„. i of October 1811, and thai of llie same month iu the present and his atrocious attempt might possibly have succeeded, year; and it was for such improvements, and not on aecoutft I had the officers been as anxious to obtain the reward ol of his having the best, or nearly the hrst, cultivated Farm in j ^ 00 as they were lo promote the ends of public jus- ... 17 . 1 . .. 1. ikn tralui linrii'ini'. antP i. . : m m 1 •'. » •' • e 11 tice; apd toe Magistrates being, upon a review ot all laim to the Premium upon the grounds above staled, 1 will'heg per- mission to submit to the consideration of the elHightenfd and patriotic Members, who constitute the Committee of the Shropshire Agricultural Society, whether such a Pre- mium be likely generally to fall lo the lot of the most meritorious Class of Farmers, an- J whether it be be'St Calcu- lated to promote Ihe objects which the Society have ill view Let us suppose two Tenants to have possessed t » rm6 of equal extent and' quality at the last meeting of t he Society, and the one to have previously cultivated his Farm in the most masterly, and ilie other ill the most slovenly manner; the nkiltiil, and previously industrious — ' " v add much lo bis former Improve- the Count' , that Mr. Morris obtained ihe very honourable alio liberal" lieuaid aboveineutioned. Fully admitting the justness of Mr. Morris n claim to t Premium I will heg pi mssioii ta tbe emiehten Tenant, cannot possibly to his Imp ments, even if in his mode of culture he reach the utmost Limit of Perfection; and he can therefore never hope to'he houuured by the Patronage of the Society : an ample field for improvements, oil the contrary, is before the indolent and slovenly Farmer, aud a few months' exerliop, only, wilt be sufficient to entitla him to receive, from the Society, that Reward, which can never be obtained by any exertions,' at any period, by the man who through successive years has been adding, and still continues bv his skill and industry to add, tu the Wealth, the Power, aud the Happiness of his Co0ntry" A SUBSCRIBER. Nov. 2Htk, 18IS. If the Corsiean and bis cut- throats are obliged to go without their dinners, they will at least have tlieir deserts. Mr. Molineux Howard is retimed for the three places, and, it is said, that as soon as be has made his election Sir Samuel Romilly and Mr. Brougham v. ill be returned for the two vacated seals, upon the Duke of Norfolk's interest. ' Mr. Sheridan does not yet appear to have been re- turned a Member of the new House of Commons. Climate of Moscow — This mnst not only be the most benign, but the most accommodating, in the world, so to adapt itself to the CorAcan nerves of the " Heaven sent" man 1 At Borodino, early in Septem- ber, it was as cold ( so said Ihe Arch Romancer) as December in Moravia! But, six weeks afterwards, in the purlieus of Moscow, " the weather is very fine, jike that it France, in October ; but ou the first days of jVUtiember we must expect cold!" Tlie failure of the Exmputh Br. uk last week was truly distressing; the paper issued by it was the cur- rency of all the neighbourhood in a great degree, so that the shock was felt by_ every class, i> nt more parti- cularly the lower orders of society, who had unbounded confidence in the proprietors; numbers of individual* are almost ruined in consequence thereof. The hubbub 5 and tumult was so great and extraordinary, on the day it occurred, that it bore more the appearance of the storming ot a castle, than fbe silent stoppage of a bank; every part was bravely besieged— some got iu and assailed the buck gates— others attacked Ihe front aud window, tore off tiie rails, and broke down the counters; ninny were so crushed and roughly handled, that a female, ii> the midst of the throng, was heard to shriek out, tbat they were squeezing her to death— that she would, rather lose her £' 80 worth of note-, than her life, and begged, for mercy, tl al they would release her, which, after much difficulty, was effected, and she was pacified wilii possessing her notes in safety in the street. The Bank continued paying, in confusion, about one hour, whim it ceased, leaving a multitude iu the dumps, who could not, by any means, force an entrance within the walls. In the Court of Common Fleas, ( Dublin) Nov. 20, Henry 11. Taaffe, Esq. v. William Downes, Esq. Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. This is oue of the interesting rase, which have grown out of the Irish Convention Act. Mr. Tanffe is a rich Catholic Banker, and one of those geirtemeu who had been arrested under the strange warrant of Mr. Chief Justice Downes, and who consequently ' brooght actions of assault and false imprisonment against Mr. Uownes — Mr. Dowries bad put iu his plea to Mr. Taaffe's de- claration, and Iher. eby contended that he was entitled, as Chief Justice of the Court of King's bench, to issue his warrant, and to • commit Mr. Taaffe, though without any charge or information whatsoever. To tl\ is plea Mr. Taaffe's, Counsel of couise, demurred. ' 1 he Demurrer has been tour times argued in Court, and stood this day for judgment.— A numerous and anxious assembly awailed this judgment. The Court, however, desired io have the case re- argu'd on Tuesday next; professing Ihe case lo be as difiicylt as it is novel, and requiring deeper research thou lias hitherto been evinced. It was intimated, at the same time, that the Court is divided : Lord Norbitry and J'lilgo May no, ( as is under- stood) being favourable to Mr. Dowties, and Justice Fox and Justice Fletcher. being of opinion, that JZ/-. Doiincs' Th a is bud and untenable in law ! I Lieutenant Johnson.— Roberts and Mellon, the men in custody < m suspicion of being com or noil iu the murder of Lieutenant Johnson, as staled in a former piper, have been again examined. Mellon repeated his former assertions that he was totally ignorant of the transaction, and that the pretended confession of Roberts, accusing him of being concerned, was a tissue of diabolical falsehoods. 11 will be recollected that Roberts in his confession, stated, lhal he hud preserved the kmfe with which Lieut. Johnson's throat was cut, aiid that he had marked the name of Butler and Mellon outhe handle of it; he was BOW called oa to produce it; the circumstances of the case, fully persuaded there was no foundation for the charge brought against Mellon, ordered him to be discharged, and fully committed Roberts for trial for the burglary with which he is charged, and ou his own confessiou of having been concerned in the robbery of Lieut. Johnson. Russian Soldier.— Peter the Great, at an interview with the Kings nf Denmark and Poland, hearing thqru boast of the superiority of their soldiers, instead of disputing the point with them, proposed an experiment which was immediately assented to, and which was to order a grenadier to jump out of a third floor window. The King of Denmark tried the experiment oil one of his bravestand most loyal soldiers, w ho on his knee, re- fused compliance. The King of Poland waved the trial altogether, conceiving it lo be hopeless, when Peter ordered one of his soldiers, the least promising j ( hat could be picked out, to descend Ihe window. ' The soldier merely crossed himself, touched his hat according to form, boldly marched to the window, and bad already ope of his legs out, when the Emperor stopped him, and loid him he w as satisfied. The Kings were astonished, and ca'ch made ( lie soldier a present of 100 ducats, requesting Peter to promote him. The \ Czar aiiiivered that lie would do so to oblige their,, but not to reward tiie soldier; for all his soldiers would do ( LS much, and by rewarding them in the same way be would have no soldiers at all. The individual superi- ority of the Russian soldier cannot be doubled by those who are in any degree acquainted with his character. The habits of his life are such, that there is no soldier in the world whose wants arc fewer, and who can bear fatigue and tbe hardships of war wilh equal fortitude. He can brave hunger, thirst, weather, want of rest, tjnusnal toils, and extraordinary privations, to the ut- most and almost incredible streugfh of the physical powers of man. the Biter Bit.— A few days since, as a farmer, residiug near Guildford, was passing along Charing. Cross, a man got into conversation wilh him about the country, and told him he was a horse- dealer, and bad often done business with him. The farmer disclaimed any knowledge of him, but the stranger persisted in his story, and while Ihey were contesting the subject, he stooped down, and picked up a paper parcel, tied up yery carefully. At that instant a thud person stopped, spoke familiarly to the stranger, and observed, that the farmer was entitled to one- half the contents, be they what they might. They then adjourned to a public- house on the Surrey side of the Bridge, where the parcel was opened, and found lo contain a cross, with a receipt, purporting lhat it was set with diamonds, and of the value of i. 130. This, the stranger observed, was a lucky hit for both of them; but not having money enough about hiin to purchase the farmer's half, and it being a pity to sell it at a loss, he generously proposed that tiie farmer should have it ou depositing what money he had about him ; that they might meet the ensuing day at the Elephant and Castle to settle the difference, and as both the horse- dealer, and the third person, w ho represented himself as a builder, happened to have business in that neighbourhood, the farmer might as well bespeak dinner for the thiee. This bait the credulous Gull readily swallowed, and having empti- ed his pocket to the tune of jt59, bore away tne prize vain, but, seriously contemplating the awful example before you, every officer and every man will learn from il, never to j suffer himself to be driven'hy ill- governed passion, to treat w ilh cruelty or violence those over whom be is to command, nor by disobedience ordisrqspect to rouse tbe passions of those whom it is his duty lo obey and respcct." ( kigued) " THOMAS FOLF.*." flop Uguor for making Yeast.— Put one ounce of bops into four quarts of cold water, aud let them boil slowly for ten minutes. Then take out one pint of this liquor, and strain it through a hair sieve, and, when cool, stir in half a pound of fine Hour When the re- maining hops and water have boiled ten minutes more, I take them off, and si rain them, and while hot, mix the I two quantities well together in a large bason. When as cold as liquor ou^ ht to be for setting on yeast, put in two table spoonfuls of good fresh yeast, and place the mixture before the fire. Keep it covered till it just begins to ferment ( which will be in a few hours), and then immediately put itiritoavery dry and sweet stone or earthen bottle, which will hold six quarts. Fit it close with a good cork, over which tie a piece of bladder to exclude all air. Keep this bottle in a moderately warm place, and when it has stood two or three dajs, you may begin to make yeast.— It is not necessary to empty the bottle, but, when about a pint remains, make fresh liquor, as at fiist -, only, instead of two spoonfuls of yeast; you may use the same quantity ofthe yeast prepared, as below ; or the pint of hop liquor £ pne wi| l answer the purpose. To make Yeast.— Boil or steam some very mealy potatoes with the skins, on ( if boiled, dry them well in tho pan), peel, and mash them down to a fine powder. To every teacupful of mashed potatoes put a tea- rupful of fine tlour, and when these are well paired, Shake up the bottle of hop liquor, and add to them a leacupful of it. Mix the whole well together, and it will be about the consistence of hasty pudding. Put it into a large jug, which must be covered, aud TO ALL WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT. More important information lo the afflicted with Dis- eases of the Eyes, highly deserving Attention. Mtt. K KKlIS can with confidence recommend his Method of treating Diseases of the Ryes, not as a hold ex- pedient, or one of uncertainty, but as a known and long established remedy, the result of experienced success, his ancestors having been iu possession of the. Receipt above a Century, and practised with unrivalled success.; a lemedv so universally safe and efficacious, even . when applied to infants of the most tender age ; and although the Public are already in possession of ample evidence, and numerous facts of, Cures which have yielded to his COM. YRIIJMS, niter every other method bar! been tried in vain, still the following well aMthen- tieatyd Cases may serve to increase the Confidence of the T~ o rnsrs equally interesting Cases. THIS IS TO Canurr that my sou W. H. HUGHES was afflicted with violent pain, inflammation, and stroyg humour in his right eye,, yliich biought on a large skin, ai; d dejuived hiin of ibe sight of it ; the other eve was so min'h affycted, that he was in danger of losing it. Everything that is usually done on these occasions wasdone for him, by the Medical Men who attended him ; but to no purpose, as his disorder con- tinued to increase with unabated violence ; when hearing of the many Cures performed by Mi. Kaeas. and being snong'y recommended to put him under his care, I sent lor turn to mv hiiu. se, wtysre be attended hiin, aud I baie the imxpres- sible satisfaction to say h » s . made a perfect Cuie; the truth of jihich I am willing lo attest. As Wittntss inv band, ROBERT tl, UGHt'. S. Oxerton, Flintshire, October 2% l, ,1811. AN « , D. aoehter of SAMC sr, DAVIES, uf Marchw;. el, near Wiexiiain, Denbighshire, was afflicted with a severe acme Ophlhatmy in both eyes ( or the space of 12 months, to so great a degree, that when « be applied to Mr. KH> BS her eyes appemed to be in too hopeless a state to permit bet lo espee* any particular benefit ; the opacity on ihe. Cornea ot the right eye completely darkened it, the lett so relaxed and weii, as to prevent her finding her way without a guide ; uy things had been trie'd without relief, until she he- can, e patient to Mr. KmsBs, who soon relieved her; the sta, ie of bpr eyes daily improving, and tn two months the sight of both eyes was in eveiy respect pcifeet; it is now two years since, and she has not experienced the least relapse. As otaotM our hands, ANN DAVIES, late invalid. SAM. HAVIES her father. Mr. KSEBI has restotvd the sight of several patients who had luhcured under a ( lulta Serena, and iu many instances has wrought a perfect Curein cases that were though: incur- able, as in some ihe disease had continued many yeats. til ' rehire . would have none despair ; but at the same time he earnestly recommend* all persons whose eves are weak, or sight dim, lo lose no time, but to apply iiaoie. diately, as h'& Collyriums aie lonnd to uflurhh the eyes, and stiengtheu the;, sight even to old age, and when had ri'C iuiH most doubtful ; and having met w ith such peculiar success in j , u 3 , he < om the treatment ut Diseases of the Kves,. which had battled men | of consideiable eminence inthe Medical frcfessjon, Mr. K. I flatters himself that tho » e Patients who cliuse to employ him I will not be disappointed. i c „. ,. , . , , ... , t, . „ Cornea of the Eye, whether. I A KM- LLOYD, Mantua- maker, Willow- Street, Oswestry, I ' ' was i, ffi; cted with a Chronic OpIUhaliny fur several munths, during which time my Eye- lids were so relaxed and my Kyes so irritable, that 1 could uot follow my business, and was iu danger of losing my sight. 1 made use pf n vbriety of appli- cations ( recommended by the Faulty) without relief. 1 ap- plied to Mr. IVRBBS, at Hanmer, and have compleatly re- covered my sight, being enabled constantly to follow my business and work at my needle. During the time 1 was under the doctor's Care 1 daily became better, and ihe wi^ ikiless ct' \ my Kyes ( which nearly amounted to blindness) is entirely removed. As W itness my hapd, ANN I. I. OYD. witness'to the abuve Cine JOHN L^ ovo, her Father. Oncestry, Nov. l » 3! 2. WE, the undersigned inhabitants of the township of Peek- forton, in the Parish uf Bonbury, anil County of Chester, no IIBHESV CEKTIRY lhat JAMRS FOXLEY, living with Ml! Charles disease, seldom fail to put a stop to'its progress, the parties frequently finding Relief fiom the first ... ' g plication. They are also successfully employ i d for live naval ol all specks or skins sjiuated . upon the transparent i ising troiii previous infla, muni- tion, or auy other cause, MR. liaEas being iully enabled to core all diseases of the eves ( if cmaiile), proposes tu be consulted at his house, in Hanmer, every MONOAY ; the oilier days will be . at liberty to attend patients at iheir own houses, wheie iiqi'uied. Letters, Post- paid, addressed " Mr. fUtts>. Hanmtr, Etlesmere," attended to. D AT and MARTIN heg Leave to acquaint the Public that by attending to the following paitu ulars they will avoid being taken in by tbe vile Compositions that are offered as the genuine BLACKING, prepared bv them at 97. HIGH. HotaoRN, London.— After the word BLACKING inthe lust hue of the Labels ^ Counterfeits have a small ( as), some have the same before the word MADtiin the next line', and othpiV put a small ( m) immediately before the Number 97. Pur- vhasers should ubaerve that ti e whole Addiet ^^^^ PHHi^^ H^^^^ WPP^^ KHI^ WI^^ T-.- tss I, and Hauipson, was afflicted with a Scropbnlous Ophtlulniy, whi| Cb distinct. threatened to deprive Mm of his sight. Be applied to the I Sold bv JBDDOWES, Dowdier ami Co. Shrewsbury ; Part- Faculty without relief, until lie applied to Dr Rguis, who has perfectly restored his sight, and the Scropholous symptoms arc entirely removed. AS \ Vil| tess our bands, CMASLSS HAMP » ON', JOHN JOSSS. Pcdforlon, Nov. | 3th, IS 12. I THOMAS HARPK « , living wilh Mr. Jones, of Walford ( at that time), nm? of Wixall, poiitRESV csKTiifv', that ttju years ridge, Bridguoith ; and Smith, lioiibndg?.— Price 1.,. 6.1 bottle. BU1LKRI. S Celelralcd Vegetable Restorative Tooth Powder. P> KAUTY 01 Countenance and regularity of Fealties are „„„...,, ..... , he « f: d » h Fair;' Imt llje Proprietor a, go I was afflicted with a severe inflammation and inexpressible j 1 Li'- K-'-' 5 I OO I'll POWDER would beg leave lo icuunrt paiu in inv left eye, which continued for six months '; during j h « Countrywomen, that the lustre ot their cha'- ms Ipses I,.. If ju which'tmie I could not follow my labour, aud was under many 1 * * re d.< colo « red, or hew a rot en antt placed near the tire for twenty- four hours. If right, the yeast will rise very light and high. Thus prepared, it may be used immediately, but is better for being kept a Jay in the cellar closely covered, and will continue good a week. Ta make fine or coarsa Brfaf, or Hol'. s, with this Yeast.— 1, One teacupful makes three pounds of line flour into very light bread.— 2. To ten pounds of coarse kitchen flour use about three teacupfuls ot yeast.— 3. To make rolls; mix Ihe flour with miik, instead of water, and to six pounds of flour put two and half cups of yeast, as the milk, being heavier, requires more yeast. In each of these cases, a little experience will shew how much yeast is necessary. The dough rises best, if it be made the last thing a, t nigh I, and placed before the kitcheo fire, on account of the evenness ofthe warmth. In no case will it rise in less than six hours. BANKRUPTS, NOVEMBER 21. Thomas Atkinson, of Dorset- street, Salisbury- square, brick layer, Nov. Dec. 8, Jan. 2, at Guildhall, London-.- Joseph Bailey, of Brentford, stage- coaeh- mastcr, N.' v. 24-, Dec. I, . Ian- 8,. at Guildhall. L< ndon — SiimuelBlither oi Aldborough, Si fl- dk, judder. Dec. 8, 9, Jan 2, at the Crown Inn, Wouilbiutile — Luke Bradley, of Armitagc Fold, York, clpihier, Dee, 8. 9, ai live Globe Inn, in HUv'ier. fiejd, . fan. 2, at the Swan lull, in llatlder, field.— d^ orge Broicn, of Southampton- Mews, St. Pan- das, builder, Nuv. 24, Dee. 5, - Jan. ' J, at Guilill. ail, London'.— Mary Carpenter, of Higli-' st'reet, Wapping, victualler. Nnv. 24 Dec, 5, Jan 2, at G uildhall, London — Thpmas Jaincs Chi f tic It ot Hiidi treet, St. Giles's, pawn- broker, Nov. 28, Di- c. !>, Jan.. ' 2, at Guildhall, Londuri — Sqruucl Close; and llobert Robinson, 61" rloiinifsdilch, oox and paeking- case maker-, Nov. 26, Dec. 5, Jan. 2, at Guildhall, London— James CrundaU. of Souih- Lam- betli, timber,- merchant, Nov. 48, Dec. I, Jan. 2, al Guildhall, I nnd, in.— John Davis and Thomas Hughes Lloyd, of Holt Wiltshire, and ol Li'libury, London, clbiliiers, Nov, 30, Dcc. 1, Jan. 2, at the King's Arms I nil,- Mel. sham — William Dick enson, of Coventry, bpjfman, - Nov. 27. 28, Jan. 2, a' ihe Craven Amis Hotel, Coventry.— Joseph Entwisle, of Mariciieat. ir, manu- facturer, Dec. 3, Jan. 2, at the Mosel9y Arms Inn, Man- et. e- ter.— Collinsoil Hair, of Cliarlotte- slreel, I'jp'ray-. quare, cabinet maker, Nov. 2' 4 Dee. 5, Jan. 2, at Guildhall, London.— John William Hemmerick, of Liverpool, dealer, Dei. 7, 8, Jan. 2, al the Globe Tavern, Liverpool.— John Johnson, of rein luireli- strec, ihusr^ u. st, Nov. - 24, Dec, Jan. 2, at Ginitial!, London. — Philip Jones, of Fist. er- stiei t, U. d Liun- squaie, la. lor, Nov 2( 3, 30, Jan. 2, Hi Guildhall, London.— John Ecate. of Wesi- mni-' er Bridge Poad, carpenter, Dec. 1,8, Jan. 2, at Guildhall, i. uidnn — Thomas Knighttey, ol' Chesliunt, Herts, bricklayer, Nov. 24, Uee. 3, Jan. 2, at Guil'd^ all, London.— William Lam- bert. ot Clieptow-. Muniiiouijidure, priiin r, Dee. 7. tj Jan v', ai the Bell inn, Chepstow .— George M'Crindell, of Pope's Ilcaii- a!- le> , iusuraere- liroier, Nov. 28, Dec. 8, J.. 11, 2 at Guildhall, eminent men iu the profession; but my disorder continued to increase, resisting the use pf a variety of remedies both in- ternal and external ; had blisters un my temple, s and behind my ears ; was let blood, and had two sotaa* at the back of niv neck; hut all to uo purpose, as a thick shin grew over my Eye, ami rendered it useless, mid 1 gave hp all ho|> e iff Re. covery, contenting myself with the use of the other Eye, but '• lhat at times was very weak and bad, and iu the course of last year, became so violently affected in the saiuo way as the other began, lhat I feaied the loss of that also. I WHS then admitted into Ihe Shrewsbury InSmiary, but. found po ( flief. In this ileplovable state I heard of one I UKB CLAY | vho had been cuied of a like complaint, and me and tuy wife ( as a guide), went to the said L. Clay, to be infix toed of the truth, and quire who cured him, for I had tried so many without relief, that'l " almost despaired Of ever getting better; but tie glue me great hopes, when lie told mu he had been eveiy hit as bad as me, and had been perfectly cured bv Mr. KnfBs, of Uaymer; whom lie was suie would pure n\ e, if 1 would em- ploy h in ; at which I was overjoyed to think of recovering my sight again. My wile next d'ay led tap to Sir. { jj. ebs, v| jo told me he could make a Cum of piy if I ppt myself under his CJII , which I did, and in less than a week found gient relief, and in less than a mouth I was able to fcllti. w my labour; and now, . thank God, and Mr, Kiebs, can go any where without a guide, and can. distinctly see a pin on the ground with either eye, or a hair at, a yard distance. While under tbe . Doctor's Cam 1 underwent five Operations. As Witness my hand, the Marl; X of THOMAS HARPER, late invalid. WlfAU Witness to tbe above Cure, J. BECKS! , Church Warden, R. PARSONS, Overseer. I I UKE CI, AY, Blacksmith, cf Welsh Ham too, liear F. ltes- meee, Shropshire,, no iiimEBv CSRIIPV, that in April, 1K10, a spark of fiie new into oiy' left Eve ( when at woik), which gave me great pain: a violent inflammation and'humour in I oth Eyes followed, which disabled me from working at, uiy tinde; a skin overspread oue eye, and deprived life of the sight bf it; the other was so weak and dim, that I daily feaied the loss of both; v. hen in this deploi able slate I was le. comip'en'. fed to Mr. KRESS, Oculist, at Hanmer, whoper- forined four Operations on my Eyes, and has made a perfect Ctue, which 1 . cannot iu humanity to the afflicted withhold polling. As Witness my hand, LUKE CLAY, late invalid. The truth of ilie above extraordinary cure is perfectly well know n to the following respectable Neighbours: THOMAS PHILLII- S, JOHN PAY, EDWARD WHITE, and JOHN WLL L. LAMS. ilthy appearance; sen! preparation jrflbrds hlemi- h of ihe enamel, and is sate with no small glee. The next day, mindful of liis I Ixmitou.'— Jo\ h Mitchinson, of Carlisle, Cumberland, merchant, i promise, he bespoke the dinner according to agree-' men!; but his new acquaintances' business having led them lo another pari of the town, they forgot their ap- pointment, The next day poor Nlimps repaired again to ihe spot; but his new acquaintances had not been to apologize for their omission. He then began to suspect all was not right; and, on repairing to a jeweller's shop, was mortified w ith the information, thai his dear- bought purchase was intrinsically worth only a few shillings. With a rueful countenance he then hied to Bow- street Office; where, on giving a description of the horse- dealer's person, being short, deformed, arid lame, no doubt was entertained but it was a fellow, who had been transported for a similar crime, of the name of J. Hasseltine ; and yesterday morning as Humphries was passing hy the house of Joe Ward, the prize tighter in King- street, Golden- square, he saw Hasseltine stand- ing at the door ; Humphries loid him he was wanted; but Hasselline, disliking the information, demurred ; and told Humphries, that though he had no blnnl about him, jet if he would go with him in a coach over the water he would amply satisfy him; or if he wanted any information relative to gentlemen of his profession, he was ready to give it him. These tempting offers, however, Humphries resolutely withstood ; and having safely conducted him lo Ihe Office, he, after undergoing a short examination, was remanded till a future day. [ We are never sorry to find Dupes of ibis description purelmsiug experience at ti tolerably dear rate; as, inde- pendejit of Ihe extreme credulity which subjects a person to iay himself open to the artifice of an utter stranger, there is a want of common honesty, in being desirous of profiting ( for any thing ll-. ey know to the contrary) of the misfortune of the loser; an the receipt, if the loss were genuine, would contain the name of ihe seller, if not the purchaser, com- mon honesty should induce Ihe finder to endeavour to restore the property, previous to thinking of applying it to his owulbem- lit ] Execution of Lieutenant Carnage.— Monday morn- ing, at eight o'clock, a signal gun was fired from Ins Majesty's sloop Griffon, in the Downs, and the yellow flag hoisted at the fore- top- gallaut- raast- head, as pre Dec. 3, 4, . Ian 2, al tt. e Greer Dragon Inn, Carlisle,— Thomas Smith Newman, nt Friendly plaee, M. Luke's,. Old- street, i-. it- i in lace, Nov. i; 4, Dec. 8, Jan, 2, at Guildhall, London — Robert Ogg, ot Upper Smiib- strce', Gnswefl- streei, iheicli'aiit, Nov. 28, Dee. 5, Jan. 2. at Guildhall, London.—• Thomas Pinkerton, of N M Br ad- sir vet, London, merciianj, Nov. 24, Dec. 5, Ja. - 2, at Guildhall, London.— William Po'wnmg, of Penryn, Cornw all, nirichant, Dec. 15, 16, Jan. 2, at the King's Arms, 1' enryn.— George Smeeton, ol St. Martiii'i Laiie, printer, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Jan. al Guddha'I, London — James Smith, . of Ver. e- s reel, victualler, Nov. 23, Dec. 5, Jan. 2, at OiMdhal, London.— John Watling, the younger, ot Shipdam, Norlolk. shopkeeper. N v. 30, Dec. 7, Jan. 2, at ihe White Swan, Norwich.— Wiiliam White, nl' Moreluiihampsteail, Devonshire, yarn manufacturer, Nov.' 25, ' 2fi, Jaa. 2. at tte Golden Lion, in A. liburton, Devon- shite— ' Viiliam Wimpey, of Hammersriith, painter and glazier, Nov. 23, Dec. 3, Jan. - 2, at Gillldt all, London. NOVEMBER 24.]— William Allan, of Throsmortoii- street, Lon- don, insiirauec- L. ruker, N. iv. ' 28, IK* c. 5, Jan. 5, at Guildhall, London — Robert Cehvie, of Bartholomew Lane, London, mer- chant, Dec. 1, A, Jan. . i, at Guildhall— J- ames Dakin, of ' Maii- cheter, lnanulatlipe;- Dec. 16, 17, bin. 5, at the Star Inn, Man- chester— Henry Dobson, ot ihe.. City Road, Middlesex, jeweller and hariiwaremali, Dec. 1, 8, Jan. 5, al Guildhall, London.— John Drape, of Wtyton, Cumberland, mercer and draper, Dec. 9, 10, Jan..), at the King's Anns Inn, Wigtbii.— George G'dl, oi C'l ait--— treet. Beikeley Square. Middlesex, saddler, Dec. 1, 8, Jan. 5, at Gutldlmll, London.— John Hayne, of Paternoster Row, Lcui'. on, stran hat manufacturer. Dec 1,8. Jan. 5,' at Guildhall, London.— Thomas Boydell Hulley, of Fiodsliam, Choline, apo- tlie - an, Dec. 15, 16, Jan. 5, at'ihe While Lion Inn, Che- aer.— Stephen Jones, of St Paul's Chun h Y. rd, London, silk and rib- bon nianuiaiturer, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Jan. 5, at Guildhall.— ' Thomas Lloyd, of St. Janies- slreet, Westminster, haberdasher, Dec 1, 8, Jan. 5, ai Guildhall, London.— Witiiam Mannin, of the Strand, Middlesex, jeweller, Dec. 1, 8, Jan. 5, a' Guildhall, London.— William Mv. mjord, laie ol Daventry, Noithampton- sltire, draper, Dec. !>, 10, Jan. 5, at the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Daventr..— Robert Parker, of Manchester, draper and tailo:, Die. 2, 3, Jan. 5, at the Talbot Inu, Manchester.— Henru Ranee of Worcester, liim- n draper, Dec 14,15, Jan. 5, at the nop- poie Inn, Worcester.— John Shiliito, of Scrooby, Nottingham hire, innkeeper, Nov. 25, 26, . tan. j, at the White Swan. 11. a,, ehoie-, Clay worth.— Thowas Sizef, of Oxford— street, Middle ex, tnercer, Dec. 1, 3, Jan. 5 at GuiUiball, Loudon,—' Thomas White, ol Lydnev, Gloucestershire, mercer, Dec. b, 9, Jan. 5, ai the Bear Inn, Newnhim.— Robert Wright, of Nim'wieh, Che- hire, iron- monger, Dec, 8, 10, Jan, 5, at the Crow n Inn, Naalwicli. More instances in proof of the efjicacy of Mr. Krebs' method of treating Diseases of the Eyes. When a man receives au . unexpected bunefit from the excellence of another's jiulg nent aud ingenuity, I consider it hut right, and a duty incumbent, with guititude to acknow- ledge it, paiticulailv as it may be the means of alliuding rejief toothers in affliction, A Child of m ile had the misfortune, when onlv two years old, to strike the point of a thatch stick iu his ey e, which i gave him exc- ttieiatins pain, followed by violent intlanima- ! liotl and swelling. Notwithstanding our utmost endeavours to relieve him by poultices, eye- waters, & c. his disorder daily increased, and a s. kin foimeil over the whole eye; the other so verv weak tie could uot bear the light, t was advised to apply to Mr. KtiFits, who soon relieved him, aud to our greatjoy lias made a perfect cure of him. It is now upwairis of three years ago, and lie has not experienced the least Relapse. As witness my hand, JOHN D V VI ES. Sutton Green, near Wrexham, Apr A 1812. THIS IS - IO CERTIFY lhat my son laboured under a severe inflammation in his eye for some lime, wliich I feared would deprive hitrt of the sight of it, as lie could get no relief till lie applied to Mr. KRESS, who has made a perfect Cure iu out month. As Witness mv hand, JOHN NEWBROOK. Tilstock, near Whitchurch. GEORGE HARRIS, son of Mrs. Harris, of Longslow, near Maiket Drayton, Salop, was afflicted with a Severe inflam- mation in the Eye, and Opacity that nearly covered the pupil and rendered it useless. No method that had been recommended, was able to ptocure the least relief, resisting various plans of treatment, until his mother put him under the care of Mr. KRESS, by whose mode the boy perfectly recovered his sight, and can plainly see the smallest objects. Witness to the above Mrs. HARRIS, of Lumlord. INFLUENCED by the most lively sensations of gratitude, and being well assured that many of the afflicted often lose their Bight for want of knowing wheie to applv for a cure, induces me to make the following case known to the Public. lu the Autumn of last vear, my son EDtvaan was afflicted with a severe acute Ophthalmyj, which, rapidly increasing, soon overspread bis eye wilh a thick skin, attended with violent pain and gieat heaviness in his, head, which snou de prived him of the « ! ght of that eye, and the olher daily be- coming weaker, I feared tbu total loss of both. 1 had re- Course to different applications, but without relief, till fortu- nately I was recommended to Mr. KREBS, of Haniner, who attended him at my house, and has made a perfect Cure of h m , the truth of which I am willing to go a hundred miles to attest, if required. As witness my hand, EDMUND JONES. Witness to the above Cure, K. E. F. YTON, Esq. Eyton, near Wrexham, Oct. 23, 1811. 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