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Printer / Publisher: T.E. Dicey, W. Sutton, & R. Smithson 
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Date of Article: 02/01/1813
Printer / Publisher: T.E. Dicey, W. Sutton, & R. Smithson 
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mxmM And General Advertiser for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, Huntingdon; Leicester, Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford VOL. 92. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1813. Ready Money is expected J with Advertisements. S { Circulated through every Town and populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Bedford. Buckingham, ( Huntingdon, Leicester, Oxford, Warwick, Hertford; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. No. 41 Pmrf Gr/ i i otauip- uuty I RICE 0tf. j. < Paperand pr! S Stamp- Duty - 3d. f nt 3d. I it Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. LONDON, TUESDAY, Dec. 2.9. LETTERS from the Peninsula say, that nothing could exceed the had conduct of the French on coining into Madrid and Salamanca. Soult prevented the soldiers from pillaging Madrid, but there was an immediate arrest of every person supposed to be friendly to the English, or the patriotic cause, and all their property was seques- trated— nt the same time a very heavy contribution was levied on the whole inhabitants. The fine town of Salamanca was given up to plunder for 24 liours, ami the scene committed was too horrible for description ; all for the attention shewn to the English. *; • It is reported that orders have been sent to the ''" French Marshals in Spain to send to France in- stantly half the effective force under their com- mand. Massena is said to have been sent for to Paris. Two Gottenburgh Mails arrived last night bringing advices from thence to the 19th, and from St. Petersburg!) to the 8tli instant. The accounts from the Russian arinv come down to the 29th ult. being one ( lay later than the accounts of any active operations in the 29th French Bul- letin. The last French Bulletin claimed a com- plete victory over TchichagofF's army at the passage of the Beresina on the 28th ult. in which the Russians were stated to have lost 0,000 pri- soners; hut it appears from the Russian official accounts that the French were defeated on that • day, and lost several hundred prisoners. The affair between Gen. Sachen's corps and the Aus- trians under Prince Schwartzenberg, which has been represented in the Paris Journals as so dis- astrous to the former, turns out, as was antici- pated, to have been, in fact, in favour of the Russians. The letters from Gottenhnrgb mention a report, as prevalent there, that advices have been re- ceived from Copenhagen, stating, that the Danish Government had it in contemplation to make peace with this country; and that as a preliminary to an adjustment of the differences' between I lie twocuut'tries, Commissioners were to be appointed to ascertain the value of the ships taken away from Copenhagen, and since lost; and also to award a- compensation to the inhabitants of that capital for the damages sustained by the bom- bardment, in return for which the Danes were to join ihe British and Russian Confederacy, and to furnish an army of 50,000 to act in the rear of the French— A more auspicious moment than the present can ever be expected for" the recovery of the independence of the north of Germany, and Denmark is as much interested in such an event as Russia or Great Britain. Bonaparte, in his flight from the army in Lithuania to Paris, travailed at the rate of nearly 100 wiiles a day, performing the whole journey ( from Smorgony, where he left his Generals on the 5th of December, to the French capital, where he arrived on the 18th)) in less than IS days. Of these 13, nine were consumed in for Strasburgh, where his Ambassador would wait for her; hut the carriage in which she was to set off with her son would have taken the road to Dieppe, instead of the road to Strasburgh; and from Dieppe she and the boy would have been sent to England. The Navy.— The first and great object of onr arch enemy is indisputably the crippling; our naval supplies ; liis unprovoked attack on Russia had this principally in view, and his intrigues with Amerira are directed to Ihe same end. It will not therefore be uninteresting to present a statement of the demands which this '' main prop and pillar of the State" daily makes upon our resources.— Assum- ing 400,000 tons a9 Ihe amount of tonnage to be kept in commission, and the average duration of a ship of wnr at the moderate period of lgj years, there would he required an annunl supply of lonnage to preserve the navy in ils present effective state, of 32,000 tons ; and as a load and a halt of timber is employed for every Ion, the annual demand will be 48,000 loads. The building of a 74- gun ship consumes about 2,000 oak trees, or 3,000 loads of timber; so that 48,000 loads will build eight sail of the line, and lfi frigates. Allowing one- fourth part more for casualties, the annual consumption will be about 60,000 loads, or 40,000 full- grown trees; of which 35 will stand upon an acre of ground. The quantity of timber therefore neces- sary for Ihe construction of a 74- guo ship will occupy 57 Acres of land ; and the annual demand will he the produce of 1110 acres. Allowing only 00 years for the oak to arrive at perfection, there ought to be now standing 102,600 acres of oak plan- tations. and an annual felling and planting in per- petual rotation of 1140 acres to rtieel the censump- lion of the navy alone ! large as this may seem, it is little more than 24 Acres for each county of England and Wales, which is not equal to the belt which surrounds the park and pleasure grounds of many estates. AuxiliaryBiblt Societies in Middlesex.— K numerous and respectable meeting of the inhabitants of the northern division of the Metropolis, was held at the Albion House, Aldersgate- street, on Saturday se'nnight, when ( W. Mainwaring, F. sq. having taken the chair) it was resolved to form an Auxiliary Bible Society, to be called, " the North London and Islington Auxiliary Bible Society.'— The Marquis of Northampton was appointed Pre- sident, and several other Noblemen and Gen- tlemen, Vice - Presidents of the institution.— And on Tuesday a highly respectable meeting of the inhabitants of Hackney, Newington, and its vicinity, was held at the Mermaid Hack- ney, for the purpose of forming a Society, to be called, " the Hackney and Newingtori Aux- iliary Bible Society."— T. F. Forster, Esq. who was called to the chair, opened the business of the day, and the nature and object of the Parent Society having been explained by the Secretaries of the same, resolutions were agreed to for the formation and guidance of the Branch Society proposed to be established.— The Marquis of Downshire accepted the office of President, and sent a donation oOgs. It is understood, that in future, all Lieutenants in the line and regular Militia, that have served ae such for seven years, are to be entitled to the passing to Dresden, and less than four in coming j Brevet rank of Captain, and to do duty as such from Dresden to Paris. The journey, in the early stages, w as necessarily slower, on account of the badness of the roads, and the velocity accelerated in tlie latter stages, where the roads were better, and all the facilities of . travelling sreater. We believe there is scarcely an instance of greater !( dispatch. It would appear, that, except at Wilna, where he had an interview of some hours with Ma ret, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs— and at Warsaw, where he saw Count 1' otocki, and the Minister of finance of the (' rand Duchy ( for he no longer talks of the new Government of independaut Poland)— and after- wards at Dresden, where he saw the King of Saxony— be never once made hims'elf known on the way. This rapidity of flight, as well as the secrecy and want of pomp and attendance accompanying it, betray his alarm for his personal safety. It was the same alarm, without doubt, that engaged him to avoid, as much as possible, the Prussian territory, and that of Austria also. He dreaded the fate of Richard Cocur De Lion, and with better reason. The person who accompanied him was the execrable C'aulincourt, the wietch who seized the Duke D'F. ngliein in the nentral territory of Baden, and cbaducted that distinguished and promising Prince to the mock trial which terminated in his murder. This Caulincourt, otherwise Duke of Vicenza, holds the place of Grand Equerry in Bonaparte's household. The circumstance of a body- guard of six hun- dred Officers attending Bonaparte in his late flight, is not unworthy of remark. It would indicate tlint the Fiench Emperor d d not think himself safe nnder the protection of an ordinary guard, when - j bad recourse to such an unusual and singular device: It suggests the probability that there ® must have been some great previous revolt of the ' rank and file of the French army; when the officers separated themselves from the men. The defalcation of the troops perhaps took place pre- rious to, or at the conclusion of the battles ef I) a\ oust and Ney, mentioned in the late Bulletins from St. Petersburgh, and may account for a circumstance, hitherto a matter of inexplicable surmise, why so few officers were to be found among so larije a proportion of prisoners. It ik now pretty well ascertained that a consi- derable ferment took place in Paris on the publi- cation of the last French Bulletin. ' Ihe prowds in the stro » u and the public places were numerous, and the eagerness of the public to see the Bulletins, of which 30,000 copies were sold by hawkers in the streets of Paris, was unexampled. The Bul- letin was published on the 17th, and on the 18th there was a violent disturbance at the Theatre Feydeau. The cause was attributed to th ~ absence of Martin, ihe comic actor, who was ill, and of whose illness no notice had been given to the public. The fact, however, it is now said, is, that though this might have been at first the pre- text, the riot at length became a political one. There is, in a conspicuous part of the Theatre Ftydeau, the bust of Bonaparte, and different things were thrown at it from all parts of the house, accompanied with hisses and execrations; and at length the audience, which was very nu- merous, tore it down, and trampled it under foot. After this they immediately emptied the house. The following article in a Cadiz paper seem to disclose what will speedily he the fate of mo- nastic property in Spain :— " AVer, Nov. 12.— They talk here of a project which must be very useful to the nation. It appears that according lo Ihe plan for the reformation of monasteries, the two Carthusian convents of Xerez and Seville will be reduced to one, with a revenue sufficient for the maintenance of the religious, and not more ; the rest of tbe rents will be applied lo the support of ihe Military College in the Isln and for the subsistence of invalids anil officers' widows.'' Some farther details have appeared with regard to the conspiracy of Generals Millet and Laborie, It is stated to have been part of ilieir plan to get possession of Bonaparte's wife, as well as her sou the King of Rome. With this view they had sent her a letter, purporting to come from her father, the Emperor of Austria, in which he informed her of the death of Bonaparte, her husband, and desired her, in order to avoid the troubles that would follow that event, to set off immediately their in camps and garrisons, but according to actual rank in their respective regiments. It is the opinion of our Naval Officers that we have no frigate in the service that is every way equal to cope with ihe large American frigates, ! except the Indefatigable, 44, Captain Fvffe, now in Portsmouth Harbour.— She is the only 41- qun frigate we have at present in commission. But, to reiWer her of equal force to either the Presi- dent or United States, she must have guns on her gangways, and her crew increased from 3' 10 to 476 men. Bonaparte, according to bis custom, most pro- bably will give bis Marshals Russian titles, to mark their services in this glorious campaign. The following names of whir, h the termination, at least, is Russian, appears very appropriate, as the whole of which is descriptive of the respective ser- vices of'the persons engaged :— Ney may be called KM'd- off;" tbe Viceroy, Token- off; Murat, a great cavalry officer, Knock'd off; and the Em- peror himself, if he should condescend to accept one alius more, may denominate himself— Made- off. These names will in the balance of history, be fine counterpoises to the Kutusoffs, PlatfilFs, and Tchichagoffs, of the Russians. The Paris Papers compliment Bonaparte with foreseeing every thing. We are sorry we cannot join in attributing to him so much of the prophetic talent — We very much doubt whether he foresaw the blessings, of a Russian winter, and whether he foresaw that he should be obliged to return to Pa> is, like a thief disappointed in a scheme of house- breaking. The soldiers of France who entered Russi " covered with glorv," have staid there long enou gh to be glad to change it for an " old blanket." An elegant robe of Genoa velvet, ef the value of 2000 guineas, very superbly trimmed with gold lace of the richest pattern, and embroidered in the Russian style, is making for the Russian Am bassador, as a present from his Royal Highness the Prince Regent. When the brave Sir George Rook was making his will, som* friends who were present expressed their surprize that he had not more to leave.— " Why," said the worthy man, " I do not leave much, but what I do leave was honestly acquired ; for it never cost a sailor a tear, nor my country a farthing." On the capture of the American sloop Wasp, the boatswain and boatswain's mate, were recog- nized as deserters from his Majesty's naval ser- vice: the latter from the Cleopatra, and the former bad been Sir J. P. Beresford's coxswain, when in the Cambrian ;— they are both in irons. By a letter from Portsmouth, of tbe 21st ult. it appears that the Fortune cartel had returned to that port from Morlaix, having on board ar. interesting woman, a native of Ireland, 22 years of age, who having been married t « Colonel Berthon, a French officer of artillery, lately on his parole at Chesterfield, received the permission of this Government to follow her husband to France, and embarked for ' Vt purpose at Ports- mouth on the J7tli of August iasr, has now been cruelly driven back together with her son, an infant of nineteen months old, by order of the French Authorities, and is arrived at Portsmouth as above mentioned, in a state of the greatest misery and distress, destitute of tbe means of subsistence for an hour, until relieved at the charge of Government, as is done in all cases of English women arriving from France in a state of distress. The conduct of the French Govern- ment towards this unfortunate young woman affords an additional proof of a fact which cannot be too publicly known— namely, that all marriages contracted by Freneh subjects detained in foreign countries as prisoners of war, are considered by the present French laws as invalid Bignold and Co. bankers, of Norwich, brought an action last week, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, against Waterhotise, the proprietor of the Mail Coach, for losing a parcel entrusted to them, containing Bank- notes, & c.— Verdict went for the defendant, on the ground tiiat the parcel was not entered as feeing more than <£ 5 value. Wednesday last, a farmer at Attleboroucl Norfolk, accidentally left his barn doors open, when two colts entered the place, and ate so much wheat that tliev died from the effccts of distension. A Caution to the Fair. The marriage of a Mr. York to a Miss Thistleton, took place at Spalding, on the 14th; but very soon after the sacred cere- mony was over, some person informed the offici- ating Clergyman, that Miss Thistleton had two Christian names, and as the bans were only pub- lished in one of them, the marriage was deemed illegal, and the " consummation so devautly to be wished," was inadmissible in the eye of the law, till the w hole routine of asking in church, and re- marrying is again performed, which commenced de novo last Sunday. The curiosity of several persons in the neigh- bourhood of Halnaker, near Chichester, was last week excited by the figure of a man, apparently in a round frock, on tbe ice of a pond . in the park, but no individual being missed in the parish, it was conceived to be an accidental impression oil the ice, and was, by many, treated as u fancy.— It being, however, on Tuesday se'nnight, ascertained that a man named Richards, of the neighbouring parish of Charlton, was missing, the pond was searched, and he was found lying at its bottom, in ten feet water, exactly under the figure. This appearance was probably caused by the vapour of his bodv, which had began to putrify, previously to the freezing of the pond. The ice was uniformly seven inches thick; but that which composed tlie figure was darker and more transparent. The deceased was going by the pond on his way home, and, it is supposed, had fallen into it in a state of intoxi- cation, as the night was very daik. During the night of Sunday se'nninght, Edith Murrey, the woman tried with Lomas ( since executed) for assisting in the murder of her hus- band, at Hankelow, was delivered of a fine heal- thy male child, in Chester castle. Although it has been customary to carry the sentence of death into execution within forty- one days after delivery, in this instance, it is said, sentence will be respited till the ensuing spring assizes. The con- duct of the miserable wretch since her trial, has been suitable to the awful situation in which she is placed. Dreadful Accident.— On Sunday se'nnight 2G people were unfortunately drowned, by the break- ing of the ice, at Duxbury, near Chorley, in Cheshire. It was occasioned by two men fighting, when the people gathering together on the ice to witness the frav, the ice gave way, and the above number lost their lives. As a party of boys, eighteen in number, were amusing themselves last week, near Battle, in Sussex, by slidiug on ice over a pond which was remarkably deep, it suddenly gave way, and the whole went under and were drowned; 13 of the bodies were with difficulty got out some time after, but the other five have not yet been found. ( J5* For Saturday's Ciaiette, and other Articles, see last page. —• » <^ Vs^ NVSNVS^"-— 2b the Printers of the Northampton Mercury. SIRS,— I avail myself of the extensive circulation of your paper to communicate to the Subscribers and Friends ot the Nortlwmptonshire Auxiliary Hible Society, the peculiar dilficulrv that exists in procu* ing an adequate supply of Bibles and Testaments, in return for the contributions remitted to the Parent Society in London. It is necessary to state the causes of this difficulty, in order to obviate any miscon- ception. and lo evince that no charge of neglcct can possibly attach to any quarter. Since the period ot the establishment of the Northamptonshire Auxiliary Bible Society in May last, the Secretaries have not been able to procure more than two very inadequate supplies from the deoository in London ; and in re- ply to the earnest solicitations which they did not fail to make to the British and Foreign Hible Society on the subject, they have received the warmest assurances of a disposition on their part to comply with such request, as far as the restrictions imposed on tlieir printing, and the vast increase of institutions throughout the kingdom ( all making similar de- mands upon them) might possibly admit. With respect to thefirst/ the restriction on printing Bibles and Testaments, itis well known to be confined to the presses of the two Universities and to the ICing's Printer; but ail extension ot this privilege has lately been obtained, in consequence of strong re- presentations made to government on the inadequacy of present existing means to comply with the almost univeisal demand for Bibles and Testaments from every part of the kingdom ; and the Parent Society now hold out a promise that they will soon be enabled to make exertions more commensurate with the demands made upon them. As to the latter point, the vast influx of Aux- iliary Bible Societies throughout the Kingdom, it is well known that the public attention has never been so fully engrossed by any subject, nor lias any Insti- tution ever enjoyed so ample a recognition of its prin. ciple and object » s the one in question. Most of the counties are already organized, partial opposition has only called forth increased zeal. No less than three County Institutions have been formed in the course of last November, and two of them on Hie same day; and Princes. Nobles, Statesmen, three and twenty Bishops, and 20,000 Subscribers have given their concurrent testimony to this laudable undertaking. The result of this lias been that the depository in London, has proved totally unequal to such multiplied demands, the extent ot which may be in some measure appre- ciated from calculations made with all the correctness which the enquiry admits of, from which it is pre- sumed that no less than two Millions of People in this Country are destitute ef the If'ordof God. I leave these facts without any comment upon them.— The reason why they are now dwelt upon is to account tor the circulation of Bibles and Testaments in this County, having hitherto been so inadequate to the liberality ol the public, and the wishes of those who have the direction of the Institution; and to assure the Friends and Subscribers of the Northamptonshire Auxiliary Bible Society, that no zeal has been, or shall be want- ing on their part, to procuie such supplies, as the multiplied demands on the Patent Society enables them to grant, and which the extension of the pri- vilege of printing may henceforth be expected to accelerate. T. S. C RIMSHAW, Secretary. To Parents and Guardians. ASmall genteel Family, in the Neighbour- hood of RttssEt. T.- SQUARr;, LONDON, are desirous of receiving ON 12 or TWO LADIES a' BO A ft DlvRS, who have completed their Education, where they will have live Advantage of a pleasant Family Circle, and everv Attention paid to their domestic Comfort ; no Objection would be made to the Attendance of Masters in any Accomplishments that might be required. Letters, Post- paid, addressed to A. B. at Mr. Rum's, NO. 52, Bernard- Street, Russell- Square, London, will fie duly attended to. The most respectable References will begiveuand required. To the CLERGY of BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. SEVERAL very respectable Brethren having expressed a Desire that a GENERAI. MEETING of the CLERGY of the ARCHDEACONRY should be convened lo consider the Claims of Ihe ROMAN CATHOLICS respecting their religious' and civil Liberties: I therefore request the Pre- sence ofmy Brethren at the White Hart, at AYI. ES- BURY, on Friday the 15lh Day of January next, at Eleven o'clock. LUKE IIKSLOP, Archdeacon. Nottingham- Vtace, the 2l « t Day o f Dec. 1812. ALL Persons indebted to the late Mrs. TAYLOR, of TURWESTON, io the County of Buckingham, Widow, are desired to pay their respective DehU to Mr. Joseph Painter, of Radston, in Ihe County of Northampton.— And all Persons who have any Demands on the said Mrs. Taylor, are requested to send the Particulars thereof to Ml Joseph Painler, that the same may be discharged Radston, Doc. 2Sth, 1812. SMITH, IIUTCH IN GS, & Co. fVINli ASn fiR. d NT) Y MEHCHANTS, STONY- STRATFORD, Bucks, RETURN their grateful Acknowledgments to their Friends for the liberal Favours they have conferred upon them, and hope by an unre- mitting Attention to merit their future Orders; which they may rely on being executed to tiieir Satisfaction, as the Quality aud Price of the Article they offer, are superior and reasonable. Mary Palmer's Debtors find Creditors. ALL Persons who have any Claim or Demand oil the Estate or Effects of M ARY PALMER, lale of iheTown of IiEOitOFin, Widow, deceased, are desired to send an Account thereof immediately, to her Executor, Mr. Conch, of Bedford, in order that the same may be discharged. And all Persons who are anywise indebted to the Estate of the Deceased, are requested forthwith to pay their respective Debtsto Mr. Coach. December 18, 1812. A' NOTICE. ALI, Persons having any Claims or De- mands upon CHARLES ARNOLD, Esq. deceased, an 1 EDWARD ARNOLD, Gent. hit Sun, in respect of their joiut Concern at ZOUCHES- FAR » r, near Dunstable, in Ihe County of Bedford, or upon the 6aid Edward Arnold separately, are required to deliver iu tHe same to Mr. J. S. STORY, Solicitor, St. Alban's, on or before the 16th of January, 1813, otherwise they will be excluded the Benefit of the Assignment which has beeu made bv the said Edward Arnold. ' limber, of large Dimensions. To be SOLD by AUCTION, IN LOTS, By Mr. J. P. CULLING WORTH, At ROTHERSTHORPE, near Northampton, on Thursday the 7th of January, 1813, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, subject to such Conditions as shall then be prodn. red, ELM 1C6, A S H 23, WILLOWS 2, OAK 1, Also, 4 large WALNUT TREES. The Trees are marked and numbered, and may be viewed by applying toMr JOHM HOWES, of Rothers- thorpe, through which Parish the Grand Junction Canal passes, with a Rail- Road to Northampton, NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. ALL Persons who have any Claim or De- mand on Ihe Estate and Effects of Mr. JAMES FLETCHER, late of TODDINGTON, in the County of Bedford, Farmer and Grazier, deceased, are desired lo seni an Account thereof immediately, to his Executors, or Executrix, Mr. George Fletcher, of Boughton Farm, near Saint Neots, Huntingdon- shire, Mrs. Fletcher, mid Mr. Daniel Ostium, both of Toddington, or to Mr. Eagles, Solicitor, Amp- thill.— And all Persons who stand indebted to the said Estate and Effects,- are desired to pay the Amount of their respective Debts to the said Exe- cutor, or Executrix, or t « > Mr. Eagles, on or before lhe first Day of January, 1813, otherwise Proceed- ings will be commenced to recover the same. Jmpthlll, nth December, 1912. BEDFORD INTENDED CANAL. AT a Meeting of the Committee, for opposing the projected Bedford Canal, held at the Want HART INN, in AMPTHII. L, on THUKSDAY the 17th Day of DICIMBER, 1812, HENRY HUGH IIOARE, Esq. in the Chair, The Report of Mr. Holland, the Engineer, ha, ving been read, and the Objections which the Committee had anticipated being thereby fully confirmed. Resolved,— That the Pioject be opposed in all its Stages. Resolved,— That Mr. Holland's Report be published in the Times, Northampton Mercury, and Cambridge Chronicle, and Copies thereof be sent to the Members of the Counties and Towns of Bedford and Buck- ingham. H. H. HOARE. That the Thanks of the Meeting be given to the Chairman, tor his able Conduct in the Chair. Mr. HOLLAND'S REPORT. SIR,— In Compliance with the Resolution of the Proprietors and Occupiers of Land on the intended Canal, from the Grand Junction Canal at Simpson, to Bedford, transmitted by you to me, I beg Leave to inform you, that I have surveyed the Line, which ( though very difficult and expensive, more particularly so for the first seven Miles from Simpsonj appears to me to be practicable in Execution, and capable of being supplied amply with Water by Means ot Re- servoirs, but in Situa- ions that will destroy much and very valuable Land. V The Expenseof executing this Lineappears however to me to be so greatasto present almost insurmount- able Obstacles, and it parses through a Country where no very large Extent of Traffic can be ex- pected ; Coal, which is generally found on Inland Canals to bethemost material Article pf Traffic, cannot on this Canal be expccted to be navigated to any fur- ther Extent than the Consumption of the Inhabitants upon and noar the very Banks of the Canal itself, as the Price of Sea Coal at Bedford, and Pit Coal at Simpson, are now so nearly equal, that the greatest Probability is, that the Inhabitants will get their Supplies from the nearest of those Markets to their Residences, and no thoroughfare Trade of Consequence in that Article can be expected from either End. A Communication with the Eastern Counties is already established by the Northampton Railway to the navigable River Nine, which will be further im- proved by the Canal intended to be made by the Grand Junction Company ; and when the low Rates of Tonnage by that Communication are considered, but little Traffic can be expected to pass along the Bedford Canal from that Quarter to the Noith and North- West Parts of the Kingdom. Ill Districts of more extended Population and In- tercoursu where Canals have been projected and carried into Execution, many very important Undertakings have tailed in the Prospects held out for remunerating the Proprietors; and the Expenses to he here encoun- tered appear to me to equal, if not exceed, any of those. I will, for Instance, enumerate the Hudders- field, the Rochdale, the Lancaster, the Worcester and Birmingham, the Ellesmere, the Kennet and Aven, and there are many others similarly circumstanced. I haveestimate'd the Expenseof executing this Line with such Reservoirs, as are laid down upon the Plan deposited with the Clerk of the Peace, Land, Damage, and all other contingent Expenses, at .£ 299,100. The Tonnagas proposed to be taken on this Canal are as high as Three- pence per Ton per Mile, being more than equal to double the Tonnage per Mile taken on an Average ot the Canals in the Kingdom, and in many Instances the Proprietors are under the Necessity of reducng theTollson various Articles, to command a Trade and prevent a Prohibition, by charging the Articles with too heavy an Expense.— The Grand Junction Canal Company have lowered the Tonnage on Traffic upon their Line of many Thousand Tons of different Articles, which yearly navigate thereon, to insure the Traffic, notwithstanding the Parliamen- tary Rates of Tonnage do not exceed more than about one Half of the Rates proposed to be taken on this Line, therefore it clearly shews, that high Tonnages may, if exacted, prove delusive, and defeat the Ob- jects of the Proprietors. In all Probability, theie- fore, very little Trade would be seen upoa this Canal with such high Rates of Tonnage. It is not possible to form a correct Calculation of the Traffic which might be expected on this Line ot Canal, but from my Observation andExperience on such Occasions, I should conceive that if Thirty Thousand Tons per Annum of all Articles were to be calculated upon, it would be far more than could be founded upon any rational Expectation. Computing however upon Thirty Thousand Tons, and supposing the Whole to be navigated throughout the Canal, calculating at Three- pence per Ton per Mile, the Produce would be Five Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty- five Pounds; deducting from this the Expenses of the Establishment, Repairs, Parliamen- tary and Parochial Rates, Salaries of Toll Clerks, Lock- keepers, & c. & c. taken at the most moderate Calculation at Tipo Thousand Five Hundied Pounds per Annum, would leave a net Sum to be divided amongst the Proprietors of Three Thousand One Hun- dred and Twenty- five Pounds, and on a Supposition ot tbe Expenses being Two Hundred and Ninety- nine Thousand One Hundred Pounds, which being divided into Shares of One Hundred Pounds each, will pro- duce Dividends of One Pound and Eleven Pence per Cent, per Annum. I do think some stronger Reasons ought to have been given,— more pressing Wants stated,— some Town of Consequence or populous Districts deprived of Coals, Lime, & c. for Want t> f Water Carriage, before the Land- Owners, Occupiers, and the Public had been called upon to sacrifice so great a Portion of such valuable Land. 1 have madeeveiy Enquiry, and it is my Oninion it will prove injurious and incon- venient without any adequate Advantages ; but to no Person will the Loss prove so serious as to the'Sub scribers to the Undertaking; as should an Act of Parliament be obtained, 1 see but little Probability of its ever being completed, and will be a singular Instance ot a Canal being made for the Conveyance of Articles between Districts where the Exchange lias been so small that even a Turnpike- Road lias not hitherto been found necessary. 1 am Sir, Your most obedient Servant. Amfthill, Dec, 17.- 4, 1312. JOHN HOLLAND To Mr. WILLUM Lvc. is, So'iritor for the' Land- Oicners and otheri interested in opposing the intended UeJford Canal. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. LL Persons who have any Claim or Demand on the Estate and F. ffectii of Mr. EDMUND BOWYER, late of HOUGTITON- CoNQUtsT, in the County of Bedford, Farmer, deceased, are desired to send an Account thereof to his Executors, Mr. JOHN BOWYER. of Sutton, in the said County, and Mr. JOHN ODELL, of the Town of Bedford, or to Mr. F. BUDI), Solicitor, Bedford ; and all Persons who stand indebted to the said Estate, are desired immediately to pay Ihe Amount of their respective Debts to the said Executors, or to Mr. Fludd, otherwise Proceedings will be commenced to recover the same. Bedfprd, Dec. 22, 1SI2. Vale of Aylesbury Bank. Messrs. GRACE and WOODCOCK'S BANKRUPTCY. THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against THOS. GRACE, of Princess- Risborough, in the County of Bucking- ham, and JOHN SAUNDERS WOODCOCK, of Aylesbury, in the said County, and both of the VALE of AYLESBURY BANK, Bankers and Copartners, are desired to meet the Assignees of the Estates and Effects » f the said Bankrupts, on THURSDAY ihe 7th Day of JANUARY next, at Eleven in tfce Forenoon precisely, at the County Hall, in Aylesbury, in ihe County of Buckingham, to take into Consideration certain Proposals made on the Parfof JAMES NEALE, the late Partner of the said Thomas Grace and John Saunders Woodcock, for compounding and satisfying the Debt claimed to be due from him to the Estate of the said Bank- rupts ; aud to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees acceding to one of suc'i Proposals, and consenting to au Assignment and Conveyance of the Whole or Part of the Property aud Estates of the said James Neale, for the Benefit of the said Bank- rupts' Estate aifd hi; other Creditors, and to a Sale by Private Contract of the Whole, or Part of the same Property aiiU E( TecIs ; and to authorize the said Assignees to do and execute all necessary Acts and Deeds accordingly, or otherwise to commence, prosecute or defend any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity, or take such other Steps and Proceedings for Recovery or Discovery of, or obtaining Satis- faction for, the said Debt so claimed to be due, as the said Assignees shall think Proper or be advised ; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assig- nees compounding, submitting to Arbitration, or otherwise agreeingand settling theAccount between iUo said Bankrupts' Estate, and the said James Neale, or any Question, Item, Matter or Thing re- lating thereto; and ou oilier special Affairs. JOSEPH ROSE. Aylesbury, % 8th December, 1812. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITOR^ WHEREAS WILLIAM SMITH, late of NKWPORT- PAGNEI. I., but now of STONY- STR ATFORD, in the County of Buckingham, Liquor- Merchant, hath by Indenture bearing Date the ! 5t! i Day of this instant December, aligned over all hi* personal Estate and Effects unto Richard Smith, and George Smith, of Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester, Wine and Brandy Merchants, in Trust for the equal Benefit of themselves, and all other the Creditors of the said William Smith, who shall execute such Assignment before the first Day of February next, Notice is hereby given. That the Assignment is left at the Office of Mr. J. F. Congreve, Solicitor, Stony- Stratford, for Ihe Execution of the Creditors of Ihe said William Smith; and that all Persons who shall neglect to execute the same before the said first Day of February, will be excluded the Benefit thereof.— All Persons standing indebted to the said William Smith, are required to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Congreve, before the 14th Day of January next, or they will be sued for the saine without urther Notice. By Order of the Assignees, J. F. CONGREVE. Stony- Stratford, Dec. 17. IS12. DAVF. NTRY. Dec 24ili. 1812, " JVT PS. B \ GN ALL and Miss HOUGH- ivl TON'S BOUNDING and DAY SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES will commence on Monday January 18th, when they I rust tlieir united l ter- tious will insure them that Approbation it will be their highest Ambition to deserve. To the CREDITORS of the Rev. THOMAS WINFIELD, deceased. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause of !\' IAC- nowAr. r, against Box, ihe Creditors of jtl'UAS WIN FIELD, lale of the Parish of Fisitsnn, in the County r. f Oxford, Clerk, deceased, are forth- with lo come in and prove their DEBN before JOHN SPHINGETT HARVEY, Esquire, on? of ihe Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in Suuthaniptor.- Bu'ldings, Chanccry- Laoe, London, or iu Default Iheieof tliev will be excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. I1EARNS, Solicitor!, Buckingham. 26/* December, 1812. N < if ICE TO CREDITORS. WHEREAS RICHARD SMITH, of the Town of NORTHAMPTON, in ( lie Cou: ity of Northampton,' Draper and Dealer in Lace, hath this Day executed an Assignment of all hi* personal Estate and Effects to Renjamiii Ryland, of liiggles- wade, in the County of Beilfoid, Diaper, and I. ace- Merchant ; anl Charles Whitworth, of the Town of Northampton aforesaid. Draper and Lace- Mcr- chant, ill Trust for the equal Benefit of themselves, and all the Creditors of the said Richard Smith, who shall execute the said Deed of Assignment within two Months from the pate hereof: Notice is therefore hereby given, That the said Deed of Assignment now lies at the Counting- linage of Ihe said Benjamin RylailM, in Biggleswade, for the Signature of such of the Creditors of the said Richard Smith, w ho shall be willing lo accept of a Dividend to arise from Sale of the said Estate and Effects of the said Richard Smith; anil such of the Creditors of the said Richard Smith, w ho shall not have executed the said Deed of Assignment w ithin tlje Time above limited, will be peremptoiily excluded all Benefit under the same ; and all Persons who stand indebted to the said Richard Smith, are hereby required to pay their respective Debts to the'said Benjamin Ryland. or Charles Whitworth, or to Mr. Chapman, Solicitor, in Biggleswade, or legal Proceedings will be taken to enforce the Payment of the same. Northampton, Dec. 10< A, 1812. NOTICE is hereby given, That the nfcxt QuarlerlyMecting of the Trustee; of the Turn- pike Road leading from Old- Stratford, in the County of Northampton, to Dunchurch, in ihe Couniv of Warwick, will beheld at ihe CROWN INN, in FOSTER'S- BOOTH, in the said County of Northampton, on Thursday the seventh Day of Juuuarynext, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon ; previous to which all Persons who have any Claims and Demands upon the said Trustees, are desired to deliver an Account thereof to Mr. Benjamin Gurdeti, of Dodford.— Dated this 23d December, ISIS. EDM. BURTON, Clerk to the said Trustees. KITH LING BO ROUGH liNCI. i IhUKE. NOTICE IS hereby given, That the Com- missioners named and appointed in and by an Act of Parliam- nt made and passed in the forty- eighth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty K ing George the Third,, intituled, " An Act for in- closing Lands in 1 RTH LINGBO ROUGH, in the County of Northampton," will hold a special Ge neral Meeting, at the House of JOHN KNIGHT HIGGIKS, known by the Sign of the MIND, in WcrLiKAitonouGii, in the said County of North- ampton, on Tuuitsn A Y the SEVENTH Da) of J A \ u- A it Y next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon of I lie same Day, for the Purpose of reading over and executing their A ward in the Presence of the Proprietors who may attend at the said Meeting. — Dated this eighteenth Day of December, in the Y'ear of our Lord one Thousand eight Hundred and Twelve. 1IODSON and HO W ES, Clerks lo the Comn nmissioners. To HAKER5 and others. Valuable Freehold Estate, Desbortntgh. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BRAMPTON & BATES, At the House of Mr. Kilborn, known by the Name or Sign of the King's Arms, in DESBORQJUGH, in tbo County of Northampton, on Thursday the 7tin Day of January, 1813, upon such Conditions as will be then and there produced, ALL that newly built Brick, Slated, and Sashed MESSUAGE orTENKMENT, together with the Out- houses, Hams, Stables, Granaries, Bakehouse, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging ; and also, all that HOME- CLOSE, adjoining, containing about three Acres, more or less, now in tlie Occupation of Mr. SAMUEL LOAK, Baker, who is declining tile Baking Business, in Consequence of ill Health. N. B. Immediate Possession- may be had of the Estates, and also of the Business : as well also, the Purchaser will be accommodated with all the Elour- r> ins and Utensils in the Baking Trade, at a fair Valuation. The Sale to commence at about Four o'Clock in the Afternoon Alursltull's Cough Drops. ESSENCE OPLIQUORICE, a specific Remedy 1 for Coufhs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Diffi- culty ot Breathing, & c. The Virtues of Liquorice are too well known to icquire any Comment by the Proprietor; suffice it to say, this Es;'.; m. e ot Liquorice is divested of its grosser Substance, and contains only the fir. e essential Partsof the Root, which, united with other vegetabl ® Balsams, produces, perhaps, the most powerful Pectoral hitherto invented. Recent Coughs, although attended with Hoarseness, and Sote Throat, if taken in Time, will be speedily removed with a few Doses ol the Essence. In Asthma and Difficulty of Breathing, the. Essenct may be taken frequently with Success, keeping the. Body warm and open. It the Essence is taken in tlie early Stage of a Con- sumption, much Benefit may be expected from a Con- tinuance of it. The Hooping- Coltch will generally bs relieved by taking the Essence, and a few Do^ es giejtly benefits the Measles, b> causing an easy Expectoration. Prepared and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Wm. Marshall, Cliymist, Northampton, in Bottles, with Directions, at 2s. 9d. and Is. IJd. each, and may be h„ d of the Venders of Medicine in general. • N. B. Be careful to ask for Marshall's Ccrgb Drops, Where also may be had, MARSHALL'S HEAL- ALL, or Ethereal Balsamic Tincture and Styptic, for th « Cure of Cuts and tresh Wounds of all Den ominations. — Price 2s. 9d. and Is. Id. fc per Bottle. TO be ' SO I. D by AFC T ION, By Mr. JiOLLOU'AY, At the Peacpck Inn, in Muket- Harborough, in the County of Leicester, on Tuesday the 5: h Day of January, 1813, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then and tljers produced, J MYO Closes of exceedingly rich PASTURE i LAND, situated in the Lordship of GUMB- f. EY, in the County of Leicester, containing by Estimation eight Acres, or thereabouts ( more or less), in the Occupation of Mr. John Simons, Jun. of Guaiblcy. — Possession ruay be l. ad at 1 . dy- Day next. For further Paitictilars, and to view the same, apply to Mr. JOHN SIMONS aforesaid, or to the Atic'rtoNESB, Market- tlarbbrpugh. HOCKLIFFH ROAD. NOTICF is hereby sriven, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Hpcklifle, in the County of Bedford, to Stony- ctratfbrd, in the County of Buckingham, will be liolden at the COCK I N N, in STON Y- STR ATFOR D afore- said, on MONDAY the EIGHTEENTH Day of JANUARY next, between the Flours of Eleven and Three; at which Time and Place, the TOLLS arising at the several Gates erected on the said Road, called the Hcckliffe Gat', and the Two- Mile Ash Gate ( with the Weighing Engine), will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidders, for the Term ot one Year, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year ot the Reign of his present Majesty, " for regulating Turnpike- Roads," and will be put up at such Sums as the Trustees present shall think fit, and subject to such Conditions as will then be produced. Whoev. r happen to be the Best Bidders, must immediately pay into the Hands of the Treasurer, one Month's Rent in Advance, and at the same Time produce the Names and Undertaking ot Sureties, to the Satisfaction ot the Trustees, to enter jr. o a Bond for the due Payment ot the Rent agreed for, at such Times and in such Manner as the said Trustees shall direct, and for the Performance of the Covenants to be contained in the Leases of such Tolls. And Notice is hereby also given. That the said Trustees will, at such Meeting, nomi- nate, elect and appoint one or more fit Person or Per- sons to be a Trustee or Trustees ot the said Turnpike- Road, in the Room of such Trust?? or Trustees who are dead, or h. ive refused to Act in the Execution of the Powers given by the several Acts of Parliament for repairing the said Road. By Order of the Trustees, JOHN FR. CONGREVE, Cleik. Stcnj- Stratford, lS.' A gsamhr, 1312. To be SOLD by AUCTION, % IF A/. YORK, On Tuesday the 5th Day of January. 1813, at the Saracen's Head Inn, in Davcntrv, in the County of Northampton, at Six o'clock in the Eveninf, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced ( unless sooner disposed of by private Contract, of which time'. y Notice will be given) in the following Lots ( viz.) Lot 1. A Substantial Stone- built FRCEIIOM) Sashedand Tiled D W E L 1.1 NG- HO'JSL, most eligibly situate in the HIGH- STRUT, in DA- VE NTRY aforesaid, late the Property and Residence of Mrs. CADMAN, Widow, deceawd ; comprising an entrance Hall, to the Right and Left of which are exceedingly good Dining and Drawing- Rooms, commodious Kitchen, Larder, excellent cool Wine and Beer Cellarage: on the second Floor are genteel » nd airy Sleeping- Rooms, also very good Servants' Rooms in tbe Attics ; detachedare twocapiral Coach- Houses, Stabling for tight Horses, a convenient Briiwhouse, Coal- House, and other suitable Appen- dages, spacious Yard, large Garden, inclosed by an excellent Brick Wall, and well supplied with Frpit- Trees together with a Paddock or Pleasure Ground, Shrubbery, and Fish- Pond well sfocked adjoining, containing by Estimation 3 - Acres, more or less; in the Centre of which is a lofty well- built Summer- House, commanding a most delightful Prospect. Lot 2. THREE CLOSES of exceedingly rich PASTURE LAND ( old lnclosure) situate close to the Town of DAVENTRY aforesaid, adjoining Lot I, con- taining by Estimation three Acres and a Half, or thereabouts, more or less, and now m the Occupation of Richard Harrison, Tenant at Wii). N. B. The Whole of the above Estate is Tithe- free, and the I. and- Tax is redeemed. For further Particulars, ard to treat for the Purchase bv Private Contract, apply at tha Oflice ol Mr. . WAKDII, Solicitor, in Diventry. llt'iic. Hl- n/ unci Thursdays Posts. The London Gazette Extriordimirj. i'oreigfl- Oftice, Dec. 30. DISPATCHES, of which tlie following are copies-, have been received by Viscount C* s tfieaglv, his Majesty's Principal Secretary of > tate for - Foreign Affairs, from Gen. Viscount Cathrart, K, T': JitS Majesty's Ambassador Extra- ordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor ot Russia, dated the Soth November., nnd 6th and 7th instant. St. Pelersliurgh, Now. 30,1812. MY LOUD,— In my dispatch of the 25th instant, I, had the honour to state 10 your Lordship the important and brilliant success of his Imperial Wnjestv's- armi in the affairs of the 17th and 18th, in the former ef which Marshal Dnvoust's division was defeated nnd dispersed with great loss,, Bona- parte and the Marshal flying from the field of battle; and in the latter Marshal Ney's division, near the same place, said to have consisted of eighteen thousand men, appears to have been completely accounted for by the numbers killed nnd wounded, in addition to those who afterwards Inid ifown their arms. 1 also stated the general distribution of ihe armies as they stood at that lime. I have now the honour tn acquaint your Lordship, thai Gen. Field- Marshal Prince KutusolFSmolenski, reports, on the 23d November, from Laniky Farm that ('. rtnaparte. with his guards, left Orsha on the 20th November, nnd marched on the road to Kochi& ioff; and that on the 21st the remaining treffps of the enemy marched out of the former place, leaving twenty- six guns, and some hospitals, In which were 50 wounded French officers. General (" cunt PlatofT is ordered to follow the arm- marching on Kochanoff. A detachment under Major- Gen. F. rmaloff, con- sisting of fourteen battalions of infantry, some cavalrv, anil two companies of artillery, is directed to move bv Orslri to reinforce Count Platoff. The advanced- guard of the main army, under the command of General Mill iradoviteb, consisting nfthe2d and 7th divisions of infantry, and the 2d division of cavalry, was to cross the Dnieper on the 23d, at Knpys. and was to direct its inarch upon Tnlotchina to join Gen, ErraalofT's detachment. Themain. irmv will cross the Dnieper, at Kopys, on the 24th, aud march by Starasel to Tsetzershioff, from whence it may be directed according to cir- cumstances, either upon Bobra or Berezinoff. General Wittgenstein reports on the 24ih No- vember, from the village of Cherai, 1hot Admiral Tchichagoff was at Borisnff on the 24th instant, - whence General Langeron informed the Count, by letter? of the 22d instant, that General Couiit Lambert was at Borizoff on the 21st, where he defeated the whole corps of DembrnfTki, taking six cannon, two colours, and three thousand pri- soners, driving them on upon the road to Orsha; that Count Lambert had also taken at Kaidanoff two guns, and from two to three thousand prisoners, nnd that, including the hospitals at Minsk, in the last eight days upwards uf 11,000 prisoners, and 21 guits hud been taken. Victor and Oudinot have retired from before Count Wittgenstein upon ISorliofF; the lafter is marching in pursuit of them, and on the 23d took 800 prisoners and many carriages. Count Wittgenstein reports, that. Gen. Platoff is marching against the great body of the enemy's corps upon Toulochinow, by which it appears the encmv is inclosed on three sides— Gen. PlatofT in his rear. At miral Tchichngoff in their front, and Count Wittgenstein on their flank A report was received yesterday of another general officer, whose name I have not heard having been taken prisoner; and I have also understood that accounts are received, that Genera lirtle was arrived at Egouinen. The detachment under General Sacken Is under- Stood to be fully adequate to keep Prince Sch « art- leuberg in check. The attempt to blow up the cathedral nf Smo- . ensko Failed, the match having gone out before it reached the mine. The fate of Marshal Nev hasnotbeen ascertained, I have the honour to'be, & c. CATIICART. St. Pclersburgh, Dec. 6. 1812. MY LORD,— 1 have the honour to transmit the report of the defeat of Victor's corps by General Coant Wittgenstein, on the 27th November. It would seem that this corps had altered its directinn from BorisoCf, and was proceeding up the left bank of the Berezina, when it was charged < by Count Wittgenstein. On the 16th, at daybreak, the Count pursued Bonaparte on a road which leads to Vilna, still upon the left batik of the Berezina. A bridge had been thrown over the river, at a place about thirty wersts from Borisoff where there - was an advantageous position for the enemy's rear- guard, and for covering the passage. In this day's march the French lost the whole of their equipages and plunder, and were vigorously and repeatedly attacked at the bridge. The position on the left bank being continually reinforced by fresh troops, was contested HI night, - when it was evacuated, Htid the bridge was destroyed as - non as the rear- guard had pawed. ' There is a cross road from this point which leads to the great road to Vilna, and it was the intention nf Count Wittgenstein to pursue, us soon as he either received pontoons, or re- established the bridge. General Flatwff had already got to the right bank, probably to BorisolT. Admiral TchichagnfT's quarters appear to have hern at no great distance, but no particular report of the distribution or movements of this part of the force, has as yet becu received, since the affair of Count Lambert. It appears, however, from the conclusion of Connt Wittgenstein's last report that he exppcts the concert and support both of the Admiral and - of Count PlatofT. Gen. Mill iradovitch was stated to have arrived at Borisoff when the last accounts came away. The head- quarters of the main army were still advancing oh a line parallel to, and to the south- ward of the main road from Smolensko to Minsk, hut considerably iu the renr Of the present operations. There are long defiles to pass on the road from BorisotFto Minsk, ns well as on that upon which Bonaparte is supposed to be marching; nnd it scarcely appears possible, that the remains nf hi! army can , et through these difficulties in presence of « o many Hoops, wilh artillery and cavalry, re- gular as well as irregular. I have the honour t.> he, & c. CATI1CART. Sf Pelersburgh, Vic. 7, 1812. M v LORn,— While ih the art of dispatching the messenger, I received from the palace a report from Admiral Tchichagoff, dated the 29th Nov. upon lite march to Ostuchaw, detailing his pro* • ceedings from the 21st November, and stating that, in concert with Counts Wittgenstein and Platoff, lie is in pursuit of the French, whose force lie estimates at seventy thousand men, including Oudinot and Victor, and which he saji is provided with cavalry and artillery. 1 have'the honour to'be, & c. CATIICART. Journal of Military Operation* from the 1th to the 16M Nov. 1812, dated Head- quarters Kopys. November 7.— Major- Genera! lioro « dini having driven the f- nemy from Laeda, pursued them with a part of his detachment as far as Bolschoi Kolo- tofskv, and with his Cossacks as far as Kocan, where they were relieved by those of the detach- ment commanded by the aide- de- camp Gen. Count Oscharofsky. The enemy lost iu his flight seven pieces of cannon, and a number of carriage*. The Geueral of Cavalry, Count Platoff, reports, under date of the Ath instant, that having on the 3d approached Smolensko, and having learnt from the inhabitants, who were quitti g it, that the enemy occupied the Fauthourgof Petersburgh, he gave immediate orders io his iroops to attack under cover of the fire of the artillery of the Don. Colonel KaysarnfT, afier having with his chas- seurs broken the barrier which the enemy had placed, vigorously pursued them into the Faux- bocrg itself, from whence they fled in alarm and disorder wilh: n the walls of the fortress, where they were exposed to a fire of grape- shot from th neighbouring heights. Whilst the Cossacks and the chasseurs were engaged in the Faoxbourg, the enemy made a sortie in two columns, wilh eight pieces of cannon and a mortar, resolutely deter- mined to repossess themselves of the Fnuxbourg. But Mtijnr- General Koiitrhinknlf with his Cossacks, atid Colonel Kaysnroff with his chasseurs, fell upon thcin and having repulsed the infantry, took their cannon. The Fatixbuurg was retaken, when night put an end to the contest. On the 4th the enemy established themselves behind the palitadnes, keeping possession of the left bank nf the Dnieper, " whilst bis columns quitted the town with preci- pitation.— Count PlatofF caused Te Drum to he fcuug iu presence of the troops, accompanied by a discharge of artillery and a hurrah of the soldiers. The enemy on quitting the town, sprung the mines which they had formed under several places • if the fortress j which set fire to the houses of the Fauxbourg of I'etersburgh, which were situated apposite the fortress. The iMde- de- Camp, General Barnn Mettersako- idsky reports, that the officer whom he had detached with three squadrons-, had discovered an enemy's column at three - vVersts from Winnisn- Lotiki. and having surrounded them, he sent the Staahs- llottmeiSter of the Hussars of the Akim- tieldt guards, wilh a proposal to lav down their amis. This commission he cxccuted wilh complete success— the number of prisoners amounted to 2,500 men. Intelligence has been received, thai the detach- ment under Count Oscbaufskv, has occupied V1 oh'tlnw after having dislodged the eMemy, Provi- . ions and forage sufficient to subsist the whole army, during ten days, were found in the place. ITead- qriarters of the army at Dabroi ( great road to Orsha). November 8.— The Aide- de- Camp, Gen. Count Oscharofsky, reports, on the till, that the French army having abandoned, on the night of the 8th, the " village of Kosan, hud marched to Dnmbrowna. and that many prisoners had been made iii their flight, of which, however, the Count could not yet fix the number, as it increasedevers moment. Head- quarters at Romanoff, November 9 — The Count Oscharofsky reports, that a detachment sent by him pursued the rear- guard of the enemy on their retreat from Kosan. The Cossacks, in following it on each side of the great road, had cut off part of it from ' Jombrowna, and regardless of the fire of grape- shot, ( hrnW themselves, together With the chasseurs, iipoathe enemy's column* killed more than a thousand men, took four pieces of cannon-, wilh the caissons laden with grape, besides a considerable uuuiber of carts, and made six hundred prisoners. Major- General Bnrosilin reports, on the 4th, that having with bis detachment driven the enemy from Dombrnwna, he had pursued him to Orsha, on which occasion he took above four hundred men and eight officers. At Dombrowna was found a small magazine of flour, oats, an,) hay. General Count Platoff reports on the , th, that, proceeding from Smolensko to Dombrowna, he had destroyed a detachment of the enemy, which, after the defeat of the French army at Krasno, had saved itself by flight, and passed over to the ight bank of the Dnieper, in order to come up again with the main body. The Count made 3,000 prisoners, among whom is the late Chief Commissary General at Smoleasko de Pttibusqiitf. Tfi a second report. General Platoff states, that, cnntiniting on he 1lh, his route to Dombrowna, he was informed that Marshal N'ey was marching with the remains of his corps to Lowbawitzch, and had been seen in the afternoon at Gnusuiroff. Having occupied this place with his Cossacks on the left, General Platoll' ordered marked batteries to be raised on the road ; and having permitted the enemy to advance, he suddenly opened upon them a tremendous fire of grape- shot, so that coufounded, and seeing it impossible to pierce through to LoubaWitzch, they threw themselves into the woods on the batiks of the Dnieper, and covering their march by chasseurs, pressed along the bank of the river until the night was far advanced ; and threw into it the four pieces of cannon they had with- them. The 8th, at about six o'clock iuthe morning, the advanced guard came up with the enemy in advance of Dombrowtia, He was again received with grape- shot uti comiog out of a forest on the road. Our Cossacks, profiting by the disorder of ( he enemy, and the well- directed fire of our artillery, attacked with the lance, killing many, and making S00 prisoners, among which was a Commissary General nnd ten Officers. Marshal Ney, seeing his total defeat, threw himself into the forests, and collecting the troops whom the attack of our Cassa'ck" had dispersed, he occupied the village of Jarouboff, where he defended himself with obsti- nacy, until night, which put an end to the combat. Nov ember 10.— Gen. Count Platoff reports, on the 9th, that during the pursuit of the enemy to Orsha he made 400 prisoners. The enemy defends the pas- sage of the river with his artillery, while he gives the town up to the flames. The Partizan Dasidnff attacked the enemy on the9that Kopvs, and killing many, made 285 prisoners, besides taking aquanlity of equipages ; passing afterwards the river by swimming, he sent various parties to Schkjolf, Staroselije, and Orsha, The Count Platoff reports, on the 0th, that the enemy had, after some resistance, been driven from Orsha, and that at one o'clock the town had been occupied by otir troops. The enemy left there 20 pieces of cannon, some provisions, and bis hospitals, in w hich were found, of officers alone, 50 persons. On the 11th the grand army halted at Lannike. November 12.— The aide- de- camp General Count OscharoflVky reports, on the 12ih, that having ar rived on the 11th at Gorhi, he had sent Maj. Rschef- skc, with the regiments of Cossacks of the Don, of Schamscheff, and 150 hussars in pursuit of the ene- my, who had just quitted the place. The Major Rschefsky came up with and nearly destroyed them L-!. . — C ... - .. .... A vi> 1 QitLrifsrc nrtciinAfc htlr making four officers nnd 250 soldiers prisoners, and taking many equipages. The head quarters of the army at MorosofT. The Tirailleur of the 1 st granadier company of the regiment of infantry of Moscow, Su: pnn Jere- menko, had been left, in order tn be cured of the wounds he had received at Sinolensko, toihecare nf the principal of that Government, the Sub- Lieut Kreslschetuff. After his cure had been completed and during ( he retreat of the French, a detachment of forty- seven men passed by the villages of Mlet liino and Polsiun. He Immediately assembled the peasnnts of those places, and encouraging them by his example, he killed seven of the forty- seven, and having bound with cords the fnrty remaining, he sent them with the peasants to the outposts of the Cossacks. The said Jereiaenko having by so cou rageous an action shewn his zeal for the seivice and given a proof of the spirit which characterises the Russian soldier, his highness the General Field Marshal has advanced him to the rank of a subaltern officer, and has likewise given him the badge of the military order of St. George, Proceed! ngi of the Military Operations of the Run sian Army, from the \ 3th to the 16tn November. November 13.— The Aide- de- Camp General Count Oscharoffsky, as he was proceedingon the 12th, with part of the detachment under his command, from Schkloff towards Mohilow, was informed by some of the inhabitants who lad left that place, that the enemy's troops which had remained there, had threat ened to set on fire all within their reach; in conse- quence of this information. Count Oscharottsky without loss of time, ordered on the Cossacks from Haltawa, mounted the riflemen, and arrived before night Willi his cavalry and artillery, in time to savethe town, from whence he immediately drove the enemy — thus at the same time relieving the place, and many large magazines which it contained, from the dange with which it wasthreatened. Another part of the detachment, under the order: of the Staabs- rost- ineister ot the Hussars of Guards, Natscliakin, which had been sent on the Road to Knaeschnitzi, came up with the enemy on their retreat front that place, attacked them, and took an olficer and one hundred men prisoners, putting the rest to flight, whom they pursued for six versts be- yond Knaeschnitzi. In the magazines at Mohilow, there were thirty- four thousand kouls ot provisions and forage. Gen. Millaradovitch reports that, on the 12th, he shall be with part ot his van guard at Tototschin. The gr; tnd army halted at KopyS. November 11.— General Platoff Reports that on the 12th, some of the enemy's troops, which hud sepa- rated from the road to Loubavuhniz, surrendered, to the number of 800 men. The enemy's loss in pri- soners was, . indeed, so very great that he found it unnecessary to make any particular report on the occasion, as it seldom occurrcd'that he took less than a 1 " 00 prisoners cachday. Colonel Potemkin, belonging to General Millora- dovitch's van- guard, in his report of the 13th, stales, that Major. General Karpow had assembled 600 pri- soners at Zolotschina, and that at Rostel tlSey had found 100 ischitwerts of r> e. Oil the 13th General PlatoIT reports, that Lieut.- General Martinott having attacked the enemy, with Major- General Koutenikoff's brigade, as he was marching on the high road, killed 500 ot them, and made 400 prisoners, amongst whom was General Dseworofsky.— The head- quarters were at Staroselije. November 15. — Lieut.- Gen. Schefelert's report ot the 10th states, that the major partof the inerchantsot RatslafF Polosott, together with the citizens of that town, animated by the love for their country, had equipped a detachment of 100 cavalry; and having anned them with pikes, swords, and muskets, during the whole of the continuance of the military opera- tions in the government of Smolensko, they had made several excursions, in which they had had many alfairs with the enemy, with advantage to themselves, by which means thev in fact saved their town from being plundered.— The head- quarters at Krouglo. Report from the General of Cavalry Count Wittgen- stein to his Imperial Majesty, dated Siaroc lloryssoff, November 29th. Yesterday I had the honour most submissively to report to your Imperial Majesty, upon the defeat of the corps of Marshal Victor, from whom the troops of your Majssty took four cannon, twostand- ards, 67 staff and oihtr officers, and 3000 prisimers, iridepeudantly of a Considerable number in killed ami wounded. After this victory there surrendered, the General of Division Ptirthcnaut, th: General of Bri- gade, Bilier, the Chief of the Staff D'Fl erf; Genrrals Canins and Hlamont; 5 Colonels, 15 Lieutenant- Colonels, 224 Officers, and 7800 privates ; amongst these were two to hole regiments of cavalry, fully' mounted, the one a Saxon regiment, and one of Berg. 1 afterwards resolved on attacking Napoleon himself, which I did not fail to perform on the same day. The enemy approaches the passage of the Berezina in great force, and stopped there to defend it with th; greatest obstinacy, in order to save bis artillery and batgage; without being disconcerted by his great efforts, 1 drove him back the distance of three versts. Die engagement lasted the whole day. To- day I compelled linn to cross the river near Stoudenzie, where, after having passed it, he burned thebridjte; but having received pontoons from Admiral rchichagofiV I am at this moment occupied in getting them thro An on the river. 1 shall pass it immediately, and shall act in conjunction with him and General Platoff.— Yesterday we took from the enemy one field- piece, and made 1500 prisoners To- day we took 12 pieces of cannon, and a considerable number of them he cast himself into the river. I have also taken a number ot officers and men; others are continually arriving, so that 1 have not as yet been able to take any account of them ; they bring in, besides, so many carriages, belonging to Bonaparte as well as to private individuals that tbedistance of half a vcrst is covered with them, so as not to allow persons to pass either on foot or on horseback. I have been obliged, therefore, to dispatch three companies of militia to cle* ra passage only tor the troops. Upon these carriage*, most ot them lately the propeity of Moscow families, was found, besides a great booty tortile troops, a quantity of dhurch plate and other effects, which the enemy had stolen at Moscow. — Wear: occupied in collecting it all together, in order to send it to the Governor- General of Moscow. In reporting this mo^ t humbly to yoitr Imperial Majesty, I lay at the same time at your feet tile standards which I have taken from th enemy. We have lost, during these days, above three thousand men. Report of Admiral Tchichagojf, on the Road of Ostachero, on the 29th of November. Seeing the possibility of communicating directly with St. I'etersburgh, I profit of it, to make known to your Majesty all that has happened since my last report. The following day after my arrival at Minsk I reinforced my advanced guard, and ordered General Lambert to go on the side of Borisow. On the 2U of November he attacked at the break of day the re- doubts occupied by the rear. guard of General Dom- browsky, who had arrived in great haste trom Beresina to take possessiwn of it. The resistance was very great; they fouglM a long time, and with fury.— Your Majesty possesses in Count Lambert ail active, courageous, and able General, capable of surmounting every difficulty, who havirig perceived the importance of this post, in which the enemy had collected all their force to maintain themselves, decided to take it, and completely succeeded. The enemy losr two thousand men in killed, and we have made as many . prisoners. The remains of the corps of DomUowsky have been pursued and dispersed. In the mean time, whilst my advanced guard was going from Minsk to Borisow, General Ichaplitz was sent to l. embin to observe the passage of the Beresina. and Colonel l. oukowkin to take possession of every thing that the enemy had been obliged to abandon. Some detachments of Dombrowsky had really crossed tha « river; Colonel Loukowkin attacked them, and took trom them a Colonel, many Officers, three hun dred soldiers, and one colour. The passage of the river n; ar Borisow had beer, judged so important, that the enemy turned toward: itallhts attention. In consequence, Oudinot was detached to reinforce Dombrowsky, but the tete du porit established on this side, rendered ftuitless a their endeavours. The enemy, determined to force his passage, made demonstrations upon many points, and he succeeded at last in finding a very strong position, at thirteen versts trom Bonsow, where he placed a batttery o hirty pieces of cannon, and having on its Hank: marshes and heights. He effected the passage of the river under the protection of his batteries, so as to render it impossible for us to prevent it, particular! as the river, at the place where he effected his passage, was very narrow, so that the infantry crossed it on horseback. On the 27th and 28th we heard a cannonade, first the right and then on the left. The Counts Wittgenstein and Platoff approached. Communica- tions were established between us. On the i8iii 1 attacked the enemy in front, at the same time that Wittgenstein found himselfalraady engaged with the troops which defended the passage of the river on the opposite side. Some prisoners informed us that Napoleon was in person at this battle, with all his force, which amounted to about 70,000 men. The corps of Oudinot and Victor, that formed part of it, were composed of soldiers who had not suffered much, as they were still provided both with artillery and cavalry. The guard of Napoleon is likewise in tolerable con- dition. The enemy was driven back to thedistance of four or five versts, with the loss of one cannon, many officers, some hundreds of prisoners, and a con- siderable number ot killed. Lieutenant- General Sacken, whom I left in the environs of Brut, has perfectly executed my orders.— The Prince of Schwartzenberg has twice approached Slonim ; but General Sacken having attacked Regnier two days successively, forced him to retreat and join PrinceSchwartzenbcrg. Lieutenant. General Regnier has lostone pair ot colours awl 1000 piisouers. 1 have just learnt that the enemy is retreating from before me, having lost one more cannon and some baggage. I am going to pursue them. ness to learti, that Russia had) even before Lord Csp. hcart's arrival at St. Petershurgh, entertained the idea rtf soothing both the Porte and the Court of Vienna, by the relinquishment of some part ot the conquests which she has made upon the Danube; Uussiun Sufferers.- Yesterday a verv numerous and respectable meeting of the Merchants and other inhabitants of London was held in the City of London ' tavern, Bishop* gate-. itreet, for the purpose of considering of a Subscription for the Relief of the people of Russia, suffering the severest privations and distresses, in consequence f the French invasion. Mr. Manning in the Chair,— Mr. Beeston Long proposed a series ot Resolutions in furtherance of the object oi- the meeting, w hich were unanimously agreed to.— 1 h thanks of the meeting were voted to the Lord Mayor for his offer of the use of the Mansion House, and also to Mr. Manning for his conduct the Chair.— Mr. Manning: returned thanks; after which books were opened for subscriptions n pursuance of the Resolutions, and upwards of £ 10,000 was ina very short time subscribed. It is stated that 2000 English prisoners passed through Bayonne,- on ihe 1st inst. on their route to France; and among them was General Sir E. Paget, in good health. The paragraph, ( inserted in our first page), stating that on the 18th inst. 18 boys were drow ned by the breaking of the ice over the pond, near Battle, Sussex, is not true.— Sutsex Advertiser. BEDFORD CANAL. 2b the Coll Water Committer. WHAT though your Canal's just escap'd being done By H- U- nd's report from M unchaiiseit's long gun $ Yet be on your guard— or he still may dispatch it By his dexlrous method of Throwing the llalchet Dec 31, 1812. MF. NDOZA. WNSI. OW ACADEMY. DGHACE respectfully informs bis Friend> . and the Public, that his SCHOOL rc- irus on MONDAY the 18th of JANUARY, 1S13. OUNDLE, NoitTHAMHr'oxsni itK. N K O 11 G K D K. N N K Y, CARPENTER ' BUILDER, and CABINET- MAKER, respect- fully informs his Friends and the Public, that he ' as commenced AUCTIONEER, APPR AISER nd UPHOLDER. Oundle, January I, 1813. BEDFORD CAINAL. To the Printers. SIRS, |> 1IE Editor of the Political Register, once i asserted, and endeavoured to prove, that the IearneJ* i. anguage$ were worse than useless ;" but surely that Gentleman did not finish his Education at F. too, or- arrive at any Academical Honours, or he would have been as anxious to have evinced his Acquaint. • nee with those Languages as either your Cotiespon dent VEHUS or the NON. SUBSCRIBES ; but, Sir, in the Name of common Sense, of - what Utility is the Intro- duction of Latin Quotations in Argument tor or against the Bedford Boat Canal, printed in a pro- vincial Newspaper, and read only, in all Probability by a Set of Shopkeepers, whose knowledge prin cipally consists in calculating £. s. d. and the Weight and Measure of the Commodities they sell. Yet although the Arguments might, in English, hav equal Force, the Profundity of the Writer's Abilities would not be equally discerned ; bat surely such petty ostentatious Display of Learning is unbecoming sensible Man. VFRUS, the tuell meaning VERUS, has certainly been treated too harshly by his Opponents; lie has been attacked in Front by VERITAS, in the Rear bv VKRBIR, .. nd Right and Lelt by PIT COAL, and sundry other Assailants j but for his good Intentions he is entitled to my Thanks. At his Request, I waited tor the Estimate, and suspended my Judgment until read the Report ot that " ABLE AND EXPERIENCED IINDINEER, MR. HOLLAND." But, good God, Sirs 1 how egregiously have my Expectations been deceived by that Report, for in it I can find nothing " clear,'" nothing " satisfactory ;" mere Contradiction of MR Kennie, unsubstantiated by any Evidence whatever. And this is the gigantic Blow which is to annihilate one of the best devised Plans ever brought forward for the Advantage of the Town of Bedford, and this too is the Report that IUJS anticipated. If I order a Coach- maker to build me a Chaise, give him a particular Description of the one I require, and tell him to what Price 1 will go, I can anticipate the Kind of Vehicle I shall have; and mav nnt Mr. Holland's Report have heen anticipated in a similar Kay f Mr. Whitbread declared in ihe first Outset of ( lie Business, that he would not countenance or sanction the Measure until he was fully satisfied it would prove to the Interest of the Town and County— he has minutely investigated every Circumstance— he has patiently heaid every Argument that could be adduced against it— and he is firmly convinced it WILL PROVE ADVANTACEOUS. The Duke of Bedford made a like Declaration, and is now of a similar Way of thinking, tlten ought not the Opinion of these Gentlemen ( who have always evinced the utmost Zeal for the Prospe- rity of the County) supported by that zi- ell- knovjn Engineer, Mr. Rennie, to have greater Weight than that of a Person employed Jur the expiets Purpase, of oppo- sing the Measure, and so little known, that, for ought 1 know, may within these two Months have fallen from the Clouds, or tiscn from the Earth. It is difficult, in these degenerate Times, to find any Individual willing to sacrifice a little private Interest for the/> ublic C!" od, or, I am of Opinion, the present Opponents ot the Canal would be the staunchest Supporteri of the Measure, and that too, from a ' borough Conviction of its- Utility. Yours, & c. JOHJJ BtJLL. Bedford, 30th Dec. 1812. \ LL Persons who have any Claim or Demand on the Estate and- Effects of Mrs MARY Bi. GTSOK, late of IRCHESTER, in the County oi Northampton, Widow; deceased, are required imme- diately to send an Account thereof to'iVlr. W. lliam Douglass, of Irchester, the Rev. G. W. Malun, ot Higharn- l errers I or Mr. C. Sherard, of Tbrapston, her Executors, in order that the same may be ex- amiued and discharged; and all Persons ' standing ndebted to tile said Mrs. Bletsoe at the Time of her Decease, are lequired forthwith to pay their respective Debts to the said Executors, or tney will be sued for the same, without further Notice. I SITIV- VRIGIIT lias the Pleasure to state, « .* i Ihe Pi n !> f dri. wing' the LOTTERY in Classes, so miit- it objected to, i> done awav, and every Number will now be separately drawn the 1 till nnd 15th January, 1813 ; the approved Scheme contains 2.. frizes of. £ i0,000 .. Ditto ot. 4.. Ditto of. 259( 5. . of. £. H to lti. ooo | 2.000 l. ooo I Though this Lotteryisonly 13 000 Tickets, the C; i- J pitals are nearly equal to . , many of 20,000 Tickets. 1 ic- kets and Shares are on Sale at his old and fortu- ate Offices, viz No. 37, Cornhill; 3ft, Hiyrmrket- and 141, Oxford- Street, where No. Sdol, a Prize of £ IG 000, in the last Lottery, and other Capitals were sold in 40 Mi. ires ; and in former ones three Prize-, ot ^£ 20.000 and £ 102,000 out of ,£< 00,001} the Total Value-; and by his Agents, Mr. W. B1RDSAI. L, Northampton; " F. BAXTER, Bicester ; & FERRALL, Bfr- i'u Fluuglrarights, Wheelwrights, Collar- Makers, t and others. To be L I-: T T, AVery desirable SI1UATION for either of the a bo ve Branches, in the Centre of the lar^ e and populous Village of C U1 L. SBO ROUG tl, in the County ot Northampton. For Particulars apply to JoitN ROBINSON, Guils- botoush ; it by Letter, Post- paid. To be SOL I) by AUCilU nT !>'/ Mr. TITE, On Thursday and Friday, the 7th and 8th Days of January, 1813, at the King's Head Inn, in DA. V ENTRY, in the County ot Northampton, now in the Occupation of Mr. ISULLIMAN, |" 1 PW ARDS of 2U0 Lots of neat HOUSEIIOLl> FURNITURIi and other E F F E CTS ( removed for the Convenience of Sale); comprising Feather and F lock Beds, Bedsteads, aud Hangings ; Oak and other Dining. Tables, Pillar and Claw Ditto, Dressine- - Morning For further Particulars, enquire of T. TITE, Auctioneer, & c. Daventry. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. TH E, On Monday the lltli Day of January, 1813, on the Premises, between the Hours of Four and Six o'clock ill the Evening, and may be entered on immediately, ALL that newly built PUBLIC- HOUSE, now in full Trade, known by the Sign of the BELL INN, in NEWNHAM, iu the County of Northampton, and now in the Occupation of Mr. WM. MARRIOTT, who is going to remove to the White Hart Inn, in Floore, in the said County. The above Premises a- re pleasantly situated in the Centre of the Town of N EWNHAM, containing a good Kitchen, large Parlour, and other Out- olfices, two good sealed Bed. Rooms, two excellent Garrets; large Brew house, Yard, and Pigsties, a gootl Pump in the Vastl, with excellent Water ; Jarge Garden, well planted with choice Fruit and other Trees. The above Premises are a most desirable Situation to any Person wishing to enter into the public Business. The Strck and Brewing. Utensils to be taken at a fair Valuation. tot 2. A capital new Brick and Slated TENE- MENT adjoining Lot 1, now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Reynolds, and may be entered on at Michaelmas next, containing a good Kitchen, large Parlour, two good sealed Bed- Rooms, and two sealed Attics ; Garden aud Bam belonging to the same. For further Particulars, enquire ot Mr. MARRIOTT, on the Premises ; or T. TITE, Auctioneer and Sworn Appraiser, and one ot his Majesty's special Com- missioners, Daventry. T. CHEN FY, Banbury; J. FERRALL, late SWINNEY mirigham ; E. BATpS, Kettering; ' H. LEWIS, Reading; who sold Part of the above. ' I^ IIL Committee for conducting the Appli- 1- cation to Parliament, for Leave to bring in a Bill for making a Rail- wav between Ihe Grand Junction Cnnalut GREAT- LINTORO, and the Town of XEWI'ORT- PAT. N EI. I., herein appoint a Meet- ing, and request tile Attendance of the Land Owners and Inhabitants of New port- Pagnell aforesaid, ^ and of those Gentlemen who have signed the Peti- tionto Parliament, at the Free- School there, on WEDNESDAY the 13th Day of JAHUARV, IS13, at Eleven o'clock precisely. GEORGE COOCII, Solicitor. \\ 7 MERITS I, SUSANNAH ATKlNs", ' » of the Parish of TIFEIEI. D, in the County of Northampton, do hereby acknowledge, thai, through attending to bad Counsel, 1 have been led ( nice to commit the horiid Crime of Perjury, by falily accu- ing WILLIAM BROWN, of pAO'. N I. ERSPURY, in Ihe said County, Cordwainer, of Bast aid) ; but in Consequence of my agreeing to make a public Confession of my Fault, which I have done in the Presence of" the undersigned, humbly soliciting his Pardon for what i- past, and promising for ( he Time t; i come not » o do any Thing lo injure his Character, or do. him any Harm what- ever, he has kindly consented to forgive me. The Mark of X SUSANNUI ATKINS. THOMAS BENT, 1 WILLIAM HUGHES, V Witnesses. WINCKI. ES CLEAVER, Constable,) Tuesday night's Gazette contains a letter from Capt. Garden, of the Macedonian, dated at sea, Oct. 2Sth, relating the capture of that frigate by the American ship United State ® . " A short time after day- light ( says Capt. Carden) steering N. W. by W. with the wind from the smith- ward, in lat, 29 deg. N. long. 29 deg. SOmin. W sail was seen on the lee beam, which I immediately stood for, and made her out tn be a large frigate under American colours : at nine o'clock I closed with her, ruid she commenced the action, w hich Jve relurned; but from the enemy keeping two p « in( s off the wind I was not enabled to get as close to her as I could have wished. After an hour's aclion the enemy hacked and came to the wind, and I was then enabled to bring her to close battle ; in this situation I soon found the enemy's force too supe- rior to expect success, unless some very fortunate chance occurred inour favour, ami with this hope I continued the battle to Iwo hours and ten minutes; and having the mizen- mast shot away by the board, topmasts shot away by the caps, main- yard shot in pieces, lower masts badly wounded, lower rigging all cut to pieces, a small proportion only of the foresail left to the fore- yard, all the guns oil the qtiurter- deck and forecastle disabled but two, and lilled with wreck, two also on the main- deck dis- abled, and several shot between wind and water, a very great proportion of the crew killed and wounded, and the enemy comparatively in good order, who had now shot a head and was about to place himself in a raking position, without our being enabled to return the fire, being a perfect wreck and unmanageable log; I deemed it prudeut though a painful extremity, to surrender his Ma- jesty's ship. Nor was this dreadfulalternative re- sorted to till every hope nf success was removed, even beyond the reach of chance; nor tilt, 1 trust, their Lordships will be aware, every efWt had been made against the enemy by myself, my brave officer* anil men; nor should she have been surrendered whilst a man lived on board, had she been manage- able. 1 am sorry to say our loss is very severe, 1 find by this day's muster 36 killed, three of whom lingered a short time afier ihe battle, 36 severely wounded, many of vvbom cannot recover, and 32 slightly, who may all do well. " The truly noble and animating conduct of my officers, and the steady bravery nf my crew, to the last moment of the battle, must ever render them dear to their country. My first lieutenant, Ditvid Hope, was severely wounded in the head towards ( he close of the battle, and taken below ; but was soon again on deck, displaying; that greatness of mind nnd exertion, which, though it may he equalled can never be excelled ; the third lieutenant, John Bulford, was also, wounded, but not obliged to quit his quarters ; second lieutenant Samuel Mottley and he deserves my highest acknowledgments. The cool and steady conduct of Mr. Walker, the master, was very great during the battle; as also that of Lieuls. Wilson and Magil of marines. " On being taken on board the enemy's ship I ceased to wonder at the result of the battle. The United States * s built with the scanting of a 74- gun ship, mounting thirty long 24- pounders ( English ship runs) on her main deck, and twenty- two 42- pottndei carronades, with two long iJ4- pounders on her quarter- deck and forecastle, howitzer guns in hei tops, and a travelling carrontide no her upper deck, with a complement of 478 picked men. " The enemy has suffered much in toasts, rigging, and hull above and below water; her loss in killed and wounded I am uot aware of, but I know a lieu tenant and six men have been thrown overboard." The American privateer Rapid, of 14 guns, and a complement of til men, was, on Oct. 17, captured by the Maidstone frigate, Capt. Burdctt.— Gas LONDON. THURSDAY, Dec. 31. Theconductof Austria is of infinite consequence at this critical moment; and while few people stem to think much of the effect likely to be pro- duced bj Lord \ Yalfo! « ' » mission, it i » an liappi- BEDFORD INTENDED CANAL. HOWEVER Engineering may have been im- proved, in the present Days, I think few will be disposed to deny, that Canalsareever so beneficial Ij applied to the Public, f- arvd- Owners, or Proprietors, ts when, amongst Other Benefits, tlieir Extension is o Mines, Quarfies, Stc. and are made the Means ot bringing Articles for the Purposes of Agriculture, lecessary to our Manufactories and Buildings, which before fay nearly useless in the Earth for Want of Water Carriage to convey them to their proper Mar- < ets_, ortheConsumption was very limited, from Being confined to Land Carriage. To give the Advantage of Canal Carriage tothe County of BMford, has, atTimes, engaged the Attention of several People within the , ast fifteen Years-. As it now seems seriously intended, be following Remarks are submitted to the Con- ideration of the Committee, the Land Owners, and Public:— To obtain this Object, it seems a Com- munication is necessary from the G rand Junction, commencing where it may be found most advisable, between Linford Wharf, near Nexvport- Pagncll, and a Point near I. eighton. lluzzaid, and terminating in ' he Navigation which connects the County with Lynn, thus a considerable Extent of Country, con- taining useful and beautiful Building Stone, Fullers' Earth, Stone for Lime, Chalk for Lime, Calleysand, ind, no Doubt, other Articles used in our Manu- factories. Scarcely any Track of I. and seems so deserving the Notice of the Mineralist and Engineer as the poor Lands in Bedfordshire, and none seem to have received less their Attention. So important has theToitenhoe Stone been thought, hat a Railway or Canal to the Grand Junction has been in Contemplation by a Gentleman of great Re- spectability, for the Purpose of opening a more extensive Market for that Article; and the Scheme was approved of by two Gentlemen Of great Expetience, one was the late Benjamin Outram. The intended Bedford Canal does not in its Course touch a single Article named, and will, by its Exe- cutisn, operate totheir future Exclusion, contrary to Custom. The Committee for some Reason, no doubt, have not published the Report ot the Engineer, who is Mr. Rennie, a Gentleman of the highest Respectability. Anxious that the Money this Canal will cost should be expended to the greatest public and private Advan- tage, myself with others, who have formerly con- sidered tins subject, would feel highly gratified bv seeing his Sentiments ; having the fullest Confidence that he would not give them, without examining the Space of Country alluded to, and without which, neither him nor any other Man is competent to givean Opinion. AN OBSERVER. On the INTENDED BEDFORD CANAL. following are Observations oil three I Canals which were begun many Years since, in Times more favourable than the present for such Undertakings, when Timber was 50 per Cent lower, and all other Materials proportionably cheap, and when even Money was more plentiful. Ist. The Rennet and Avon Canal to join the River Thames by Means of the navigable River Rennet, and open an inland Navigation between London, Bristol and other Places of Importance, executed under thi directions of Mr. Relink: The following Sums ol Money have been raised from 1792 to 1810. A. by 24 Geo III, C. SO, original Shares of £ 100, but which were increased to ^ 120, amount to .£ 107,546 IS which not being found adequate the following Sums have since been raised : — B. by 41 Geo. Ill, C. 43, new Shares of ,£ 100, at =£ 60 1- 77,360 C. by 45 Geo. Ill, C. i3, new Shares of ^ 100 each, at £ 20 169,160 Optional Notes at 6s. 8d. for £ 100 Share ' 3,300 D. new Shares of ^ 100 each, at =£ 20 each 27,540 E. by 49 Geo. Ill, C. 138, new Shares A D VOW SON . To be RESOLD, Pursuant to a Decree and Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause FIELDON agftit- st Hic- CINSON, before Robert Steele, Esq. ore of the Masters of the said Court', at the l- ublic Sale. Room of the said Court, on Tuesday the 26th Day of January, 1813, betwetai the Hours of Two and Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one Lot, AValuable FRV- KIIOLD ESTATE; consisting of the Rectory and Advowsonof GRETWOR IH, in the County of Northampton, the 1 roperty of the Rev. WILLIAM HIGGINSON. Printed Particulars may be had ( gratis) at the said Mastci's Chwnbers, in Southampton - Buildings. Chancery- Lane ; of Thomas Wyatt, Esq. New Inn, London; Messrs, Shawes, I. e Blanc, and Shawe, New- Bridge- Street, London; Mr. Ufand/ ord, Soli- citor, No. 2, King's Bench Walks, Temple; Mr. Tovvnsend, Solicitor, Staples- Inn, London ; and of Mr. Wyklvam, Banbury; and Mr. Poole, Southam, Warwickshire. OLD MODE OF DRAWING RESTORED. STA TE I. OTTER V. 11,000 Tickets, all different Numbers. NO C LASSES ! Every Ticket will be drawn separately from the Wheel in Two Days viz. 14tft of THIS MONTH, January, and the following Day. SCHEME. ... are =£ 40,000 20,000 8,< 10i 6,00 3,000 2,40C 3,000 2,000 1,400 1,600 ], 60C 1,500 8,000 31,500 2.... or. ... =£ 20,000 2 ... 10,000 4 ... 2,000 6 ... 1,000 6 500 6 4- 0 10 300 10 200 11 100 32 40 40 40 59 30 ,320 25 2,101) ' 15 13,000 Tickets. >£ 130,000 Tickets and Shares are selling at Northampton,— by J. ABEL, Bookseller; Banbury,— J. G RUSH E R, Printing- office; Wellingborough,— J. JFPSON; For RICH A RDSON, GOODLUCK, & Co. Contractors for the Lottery, London, who sold in the Lotteries drawn since last January, the following Capital Prizes, in 225 Shares: No. 3,4S6 = 620,000 6,51S 10,000 6,825 10,000 11,618 5,000 Three. of =£ 3,000, Two ot 1,000, Ope of =£ 500 . Seven of =£ 303. tiv of^ iOO.& c, & c. of .£ 100 tach, at =£ 21 No. of Shares, as per A. 2,9: 70 96,132 0 881,368 16 3 Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto B. 2,356 C. 8.443 D. 1,377' Notes 99 E. 4,018 19,878 at =£ 100 each make the Capital =£ 1,987,800. This Statement in- cludes the Money raised to the End of the Year 1810, at which Time the Canal was in an unfinished State, and the Revenue at the Rate of =£ 10,000 per Annum. The Stock which cost =£ 120, and that which cost =£ 20 being of the same Value, are at present about =£ 26each. To pay the Proprietors, a high Rate ot Tonnage was allowed, but the Impolicy of enforcing it was discovered, tor on the26th of October, 1812, at a Meeting of the Coirmittce, Chas. Dundas, Esq. M. P. in the Chair, the following Rates were ordered to, be taken on Goods passing the Whole Length of the Canal : — Brick, Tile, Pig. Iron, Slates, and Stone, Id. per ' ion per Mile. Bar Iron and Lead, IdJ per Ton per Mile. 2dly. The Ellesmeie Canal to join the Rivers Severn, Mersey, and Dee, and open an Inland Water Communication between Liverpool, Chester, Shrews- bury, and other Places through a Country abounding with Coals, Iron, Stone, and Limestone, and other heavy Materials, surveyed by Mr. Jessop in 1792, a Gentleman inferior to none in professional Abilities and general Knowledge, was begun in 1793, and the Works executed by Mr. Telford ; after ail Expenditure of upwards ot =£ 300.000, a considerable Parr is now, and probably will ever remain unfinished ; no Divi- dend of Profits has been made, and the following is extracted from the printed Account sent, signed by their Clerk, July 2d, 1812:— DEBTOR. £. s. d. Cash owing to their Treasurer 1,000 0 0 Bills outstanding, and Expenses to 30th June.... gc0 0 0 Io erect a Machine and House at Whit- church, and complete the Works on Water and Willow Lines 1,000 0 0 Cash owing to Contractors, & c 2( 10 0 0 One Year's Interest on optional Loans . 883 15 0 Cash owing for Land and Damages 1,5' J0 0 0 lo be S O L D bv IT C K E T S, P, v Mr. BENJAMIN BUTTON, At the Golden Lion, in Kelmar . h, on Wednesday the 6th Day of January, 1813, subject to Conditions to be then and there produced, ABOUT 30 Lots of good ASH POLE?, and in each Lot some fine Maiden Poles of 30 Years' Crowth; also trom 200 to 250 ASH and El. M TIMBER TREES, in Lots, mostly Ash, some of them of large Size, and blazed and numbered, iu the Lordship of K El. MARSH. For aView of the same, apply' at the GoldenLion, in _ Kelmarsh, where the Lots and Number of Trees in each Lot may be seen six Daysbefor « tfie Sale, and a Person will attend to shew the same. N. B. The Tickets to be delivered by Ten o'Clock on the Day of Sale. Vuluuble Timber end Underwood. To be SOLIJ by AUCTION, lor ready Money, On Tuesday, January 12th, 1813. at the White Hart Inn, Dean, in the Cauuty of Northampton, at l- Jeven o'clock, ASH TIMBER and UNDERWOOD, viz. 201 Ash Trees in Lots of ten each, aud three Elms, now standing in the Parish of DEAN- THORPE; and upwards of twenty Acres of capital Underwood, in Langley Coppice, in Lots suitable to the Wishes of Ihe Purchasers. The Underwood consists of fine Ash Poles, fit for inclo- sures, and a Variety of other Purposes. And on Wednesday January 13th, will be sold, at the House of Charles Bell, the Sign af the Duke's Arms, Stanion, near Kettering, Upwards of one Hundred Acres of capital UND Klt- WOOD, growing in East South Wood and Horse " Coppires, in the Parishes of STANION and CORBY, in Lots, suitable to the Wishes of ihe Purchasers ; it consists chiefly of fine Asb Poles, fit for Inclosures, and a Variety of other Purposes. Also, twenty- five ASH TIM BLR TREES, grow- ing in Nethcrtliurosale Wood, in the Parish of Corby, Printed Particulars may be had at the White Ban, Kettering ; Swan, ilarborougli ; F'alcon, Up- pinghaiti ; Swan, Oundle; George, Stamford; and at the Place of Sale. For a view of the Ash Timber and Underwood at Deantliorpe, apply to Mr. IJraithwaite, Dean Park ; nnd for the same at Stanion and Corby, t. » William Bell, C » ppice Keeper, Stanion. [ One Concern. To be SOLD bv AUCTION By JOHN DUMBI. ETON, On Tuesday the 12th Day ot January, 18) 3, ALL tiie 1.1VE and DEAD FARMING- STOCK of Mr. MUMFORD, ot DAVEN, TRY', a Bankrupt. The Live Stock consists of eight iisetul Horses, 20 tat Wether Sheep, two lo. pig Sows.— The Dead Stock consists ot a large Rick of Oats, well gotten; one Rick of Clover, and one Rick and osie Core of Hay, all well gotten; five Carts, two Gigs, with Harness to the same; several odd Wheels, old Iron and Lead, several new and old Sash Frames and Lights, Garden Chair and Roll., two Malt- Garners, Patent Chalf'. Bos and Bean- Mill and Fan, Lot of Wool, Harness for toui Horses four Saddles and Bridles, Number of Hurdles, forks and Rakes, and Quantity of Fire Wood, together with a great Number of other Articles. At the same Time will be LETT till the 5tb of April, 1813, Several C LOS ES of K E F PI KG : the Hay and Straw to be taken oft the Premises, and a Barn provided tor the Purchaser of theOa's. Tire Auctioneer requests the Favour of his Kiiends at the Barn on the Farm, in Diayton Field, adjoining- the Dunchuich Road, at Ten o'clock, on account of the great Number of Lots. 5,983 15 0 To Balance . Cash borrowed on optional Notes .. . 3.9S0 15 17,675 0 21.655 15 0 CREDITOR. By Cash owing for Limestone and Lime, boated from first Quaiterof the present Year Cash owing for Arrears of Calls and Land 1,150 0 Balance 3,98o 15 853 0 0 5,983 15 0 To pay the Sum and the Expense of keeping the Canal in Repair, and all other Expenses, the Tonnages ot the Canal are applied previous to making any Divi dend of the Profits. Upon the =£ 100 Shares the Proprietors have Years since paid =£ 133, which are now celling for =£ 69. Sdly. The Worcester Canal to unite the River Sevc... md Birmingham § ;. nial at Birmingham, and open a direct Communication with the Collieries and other Parts of the Kingdom, was begun, at an earlier Perio- l than the two pieceding Canals, in the Year 1792.— The Shares ot =£ 100 sold for =£ 100 Premium; the Proprietors have advanced upwards of =£ 140 per Share, and the selling Price is now =£ 30— and is not finished.' Upon these three Undertakings the Benefit to be obtained to the public and private Individual seem superior to that of the intended Bedford Canal ; they were patronized ami undertaken with the Best oi Motives; but had their warmest Supporters been aware of a L" ecim » l Part of the private Injuries and Distresses they haveoccasioned, by these Speculations to unthinking Men, they would never have bee-' proughl befctte the Public. ( 7> le continued. I To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Queen's Head Inn, at IRCHFSTER, inthe Coumy of Northampton, on Wednesday the 20th Day of January, 1813, at Six o'clock in the Evening, A Desiiable MESSUAGE, or DWELLING- CV HOUSE, with Brewbouse, Stable, Barn, and Outbuildii gs, Garden and Appurtenances. Also, a CLOSE of PASTURE, and ORCHARD adjoining the same; containing by Estimation, nearly three Acies, situale in the North- End of Irchester a, f,°' es?', l)' „ and la, e the Property and Residence of Mrs. MARY BLETSOE, deceased. The above Estate is Copyhold ot Inheritance, Fine certain, and the Land- Tax is redeemed. For further Particulars, applv to Mr. DOUCCAS, • it Irchester; or to Messrs. R. and C Sherd I hrapston. Valuable freehold Estate. To be SOLD by AUCTION, In the Month ot February next ( of which due Noitica Will be given, unless the same shall be previously disposed of by Private Contract), ' A Very desirable FUEEHOLL ESTATE; con- /- I sisting ot a Messuage, Tenement, or Farm. Hou e, Barn, Slables, Cowhouse,, Yard, Garden. Outbuilding* and Premises, and nearly 5J Acres of rich A table, Meadow, and Pasture l and, in a higli State of Cultivation, situate at DUNCOTT, in the Parish ot Greens- Norton, in the County of North- ampton. The above Premises are in complete Repair, a very considerable Sum having been expended on them within the last six Months, and arc no'T in the Occu* pation ol Mr. John Sheppard, as Tenant thereof under a Lease, ot which eight Ye^ rs noiy Kinain unexpired. This Estate is only two Mil s distant from Tow. cester, and eight from Northampton. Any Person disposed to treat tor the Furchase of the same by Private Contract, may communicate with Mr. JOHN NORTH WIIKINS, Solicitor, of Bourton. or,.' the- Wat- T, near Morcton- in- Marsh, G) oucester; Mfcf id le y i- ~ : o le Id a I- rs ?, >, i- « 3, y i, r, if 0 1 I. d >£ l- of i> e e- ! h to If 1. tie i< l p. n. r. of f, he to in rs' M of ho la tk y » ItC | z. re K. of Its he at s's !{. ' se nd be fit r- ii f £ at an t.> N- of ire fa I slit. > 11. Kit mr Hid 1 a of aw fed I f the hh the r md nf T Of Ine !' » ice ly i n- - m- fcn. tcf Rh the til- ery ; m, cu- tof, lain ow- 4e dt! i > 01i. uk, MESDAMES BUCKNILLS r> ESPECTFULLY inform their Friends \ and the Public, that their SCHOOL re- opens on MONDAY the 18th Instant. jtugby. Dec. 31s<, 1812. Ladies' School, Olney, Bucks. F. SDMS. GLEADAH & MAULEY respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that their SEMIN ARY will re- open on MONDAY the I 1th JANUARY, 1813 Hoard and Education =£ 16 16s. Washing 1 1 Writing I 1 M YOUNG LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, BANBURY, Oxfordshire. RS. JNO. GARRETT begs to thank her Friends and the Public, for the En- couragement and Support she has met with since opening lier SCHOOL, and to inform them that it re- i^ pens on MONDAY, the 18th of JANUARY, 1813, she has engaged a proper ASSISTANT and hopes for a Continuance of the Favours conferred. Banbury, Dec. 29ih, 1812. Young Ladies' Boarding and Dai/ School, H I R. U - S T R E N T , I) A V 1£ N T R Y. MCULLINGWORTII returns her most » heartfelt Thanks to her Friends of DAVENTRY, and Vicinage, for the very liberal Encouragement she has met with, since first opening a SCHOOL ; and in consequence of some Person, during her late Indisposition, circulating a very unfounded Report, of her Intention to decline re- opening School, begs leave to inform them that she purposes to re- open the same, after the Christmas Vacation, on MONDAY, the 11th of JANUARY instant, when she hopes her Abilities, Care, and Attention to the weighty Trust reposed iu her, will merit a Continuance of that Patronage and Support she has already been honoured with, which will always be remembered with the warmest Gratitude. Daventry, 2< f Jan. 1813. COUNTY ASSEMBLY: HPIIE FIRST COUNTY ASSEMBLY 1 will beheld at the fisonr. it INN, NORTH- AMPTON, on TUESDAY the ISFH of J A NC » RV, 1813 Lord Viscount ALTHORP, ? S. EWAR<| S It. ANDREW, Esq. Will be IE ARY, 1S13. Rev. ROBKR npilERE will a BALL at NEWPORT I PAONELI., on TUESDAY the 12th of JANU- 1813. CARLES | Stewards. Daventry Third Subscription AsSeMly W" ILL be held at the WHEAT SHEAF INN, OU THURSDAY the 14th Instant. Dmentri/, Jan. 1 st, 1813, w KETTERING ASSEMBLY ILL be on , FRIDAY the 15th of JAN: UARY, at the WHITE HART INN. A. BROOKE, Esq. J S, ewards.. 4- NORTHAMPTON, Friday, Jan. Ist, 1813. R# COM FIELD returns bis best Thanks to * the Public, for their liberal Patronage of his System of EDUCATION, and he it determined to spare no Pains nor Expense to render it still more perfect. A Foundation of sound Classical Learning, re- lieved and enlivened during its Progress by the most essential Branches of English Grammar, History, Geography, Arithmetic, and the best Penmanship, " will prepare the young Student for the modern Language; and the more abstruse Mathematical Sciences. The Hours nf Relaxation are occasionally occu- pied according to the Pleasure and Taste of the Young Gentlemen in the Practice of various Me- chanical Arts and Manufactures, generally nf n scientific and improving Description, which have the capital Advantage of insinuating Instruction under the Guise of Amusement: and a Course of entertaining Illustrations of the Nature and Causes of Things ill general, serves, at. the same Time, to diversify and relieve the regular Course of Study, and to enable the youthful Mind to judge of the Tendency and ultimate Design of the Rudiments of Learning. Terms— 4fgs. per Annum, and 2gs. Entrance. SCHOOL OPENS loth JjsviKt> Instant. Kettering. J. O. HOSE, Esq. Dec. 30, 1812. w WOBUItN THIRD ASSEMBLY ILL be held at the GEOUCIE Ixx, on MONDAY, JANUARY 18th, IS13. R. TIiEVOIt. Esq. ? stewards. J. MACQUEEN, Esq. $ s, e" arns' w BUCKINGHAM ASSEMBLY II. L be held at the COBIIAM ARMS INN, on MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1813. TIJORNBY, Deo. 30, 1812. THE MASTER BLACKSMITHS AT A numerous and respectable Meeting held at this Place, have unanimously resolved, in Conse- quence of the Dearness of Provisions and th£ Price of Labour, to advance the Price of Blacksmiths' Work in general from the Date hereof. N( NorthanjptonsMre Quartcragc- Monti/. THE Chief ConstHbi. es are to, collect and • pa\ in, at tlie ensuing Sessions, Twelve single Quarterly Payments. CHR. SMYTH, Clerk of the Peace. Northampton, Dec. 1812. ft^ T One of the Chief Constables of each Hun- dred must attend in Person at tlie Sessions. To Fclhnongers arid Parchment Makers. To be I. Ell', And riiav be. entered upon immediate!,//) \ Most excellent SITUATION for a FELT- MONGliK, and PARCHMENT MAKER, now in full Trade, at WILBY, neat Wellingborough, in the County of Northampton; comprising a very convenient Dwelling- House, with a good Garden, large Yard, fitted up with Washing- pits, Lime. Pits, Drying- sheds, Storehouses for Wool, and every other Requisite tor carrying on the Trade, two very large Barns, and a Close of excellent Land adjoining, con- taining one Acre. There is a never- failing Spring of Water, which supplies the Washing- pit and Lime- Pit, and the Premisesflre capable of working one Hundred Dozen of Frames. The. Piemises were late in the Tenure of Mr. Samuel Woolston, deceased, who carried on the above Businesses in a very extensive Way. The Neighbourhood is good for procuring Pelts, any Quantity'of which may always be obtained. The Stock in Hand, and Implements of Trade, are to be taken at a Valuation More Land may be had if required. WILBY is within easy Distances of the several Market- Towns of Noithampten, Wellingborough, Higham- Ferrers, Kettering, and Thrapston.— Apply to Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Wellingborough. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. OTICE is hereby given. That a General Meeting of the LIF. VTEX AKCY of the County of NoKTiUMrros, TRill be • held at the GEORGE INN, in the To. trn of NORTHJMTTOX, on Saturday the ] 6ih Dtp of JiNiljUY inst. at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, on Business relating to the Local Militia of the satil County. By Order of the Most Noble Charles Marquis of Northampton, His Majesty's Lieutenant of the. County of Northampton, CHAS. MARK- HAM, Clerk of the General Meetings, Northampton, January 2d, 1813. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Bu Mr. KIRSHAW, On Thursday the 7th Day. of January, 1813, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Sign ot the Lang- ham's Arms, in Walgrave, in tiie County of North- ampton, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, • i LL those TWO newly erected MESSUAGES • 1 or TENEMENTS adjoining each other, with the Gardens, Out- buildings and Appurtenances there- unto belonging, situate and being in WALGRAVE aforesaid, and now or late in the several Tenures or Occupations of Elizabeth Dexter and Wm. Worth. For further Particulars, and to treat for the Pur- chase, apply to Mr. ROBERT KNIGHT, of Walg'ave; Mr. RICHARD KNIGHT, of Hannington ; or Messrs. BUSWELL & SON, Solicitors, ^ Northampton. Jntciibei) ^ ommwttt to THE MEMORY OP lite Right Hon. Spencer Perceval. AMOUNTof SUBSCRIPTIONS before advertised Right Hon. Viscount Sidmouth Right Hon. N. Vansittart. His Grace the Duke, of Montrose Thomas l'eikins, Esq. Eastcote.... . Rev. William Lockwood May, dwell:. H Gouldbourn, Esq Right Hon. Earl Lonsdale His Grace the Archbishop ot Canter- Right Hon. Lord VValsingham ...... VV. Price, Esq. Beaumont- Stteet, Londosi ... Subscriptions are received by Messrs. Praeds, Maekworth, & Co. Bankers, London; and by Messrs. Smith, Hall, & Co. Bankers, Northampton. ,< 21,724 3 0 SI 0 0 21 0 0 21 0 0 6 0 0 5 5 0 10 10 0 21 0 0 21 0 0 21 0 0 5 0 0 DAVEXTRY, Dec. 31, 1812. qhUE SALE of Mr. MUM FORD'S Estates 1 is postponed until the 21st of January.— Particulars will appear in next Week's Paper. To be' SOLD bv AUCTION, ~~ By Air. DENNIS, On Thursday, January 7th, IP 13, on the Premises, in DERNOATE, NORTHAMPTON, neat HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE and This Day vvas published. Price 10s 6d. in Boaids, ' pill', SECOND VOl UME of the PULPIT; or, i a Biographical and Literary Account of eminent POPULAR PREACHERS, interspersed with occasional Clerical Criticism. By ON ESI MUS. *** This Volume comprises C'iticisms upon the Pulpit Talents of 36 living Preachers, and a eopious Appendix; in which will be found, amongat several interesting Articles, a detailed and clerical Accountof the late Rev. THOMAS SPENCER. London: Printed for J. Carr, No. 56, Paternoster- Row. Capital Coach Horses. To be SOLD, APair of exceedingly fine BLACK HORSES, quiet, shewy, and of good Action, and step well together; they are not parted with tor any Fault whatever. Apply toP. icHARD DAYRELL, Esq. Manor- House, Lillingstone- Dayrell, near Buckingham, immediately, as this Advertisement will not appear again. Also, a fashionable HARNF. SS if required, as good as new. " pllE ! EFFECTS, of Mr. Wt) RSLEY ( removinginto Wales) ; consisting of Four- post and Tent~ Bedstearis and Furnitures, Window- Curtains, Beds and Mat- tresses, Sheets, Mahogany Sideboard Table, Ward- robe, Bureau, Chests of Drawers, Dining- Tables Washing. Stand, Night- Table, japanned and stainei. Chairs, Swing- Glass, Kidderminster Carpet, an Eight- day Clock, a Pair of Globes, Bookfe, Glass and Earthenware, Kitchen- Utensils, small Casks, two ISath- Stoves, Fire- Guards. Sec. Sec. Also, an Assortment of new STRAW BONNETS, BONNET- BLOCKS, & c. The Sale will commence precisely at Half- past Ten o'Clock. I'D be S O L I) by A U C T I O N By ROBERT ANDREWS, On Monday next, the 4th of January, 1HI3, at the Swan Inn, Olney, in the County of Buckingham, at Three o'Clock, ABOUT nine Acres of TURNIPS, growing in SPRING- FIEI. D. in the Parish of VVESTON- UNDFRWOOD. and about FIVE ACRES and a HALF, growing in a Field, called NFARTOWN, in the Parish of O LN E Y", in the Countv of Buckingham. Further Particulars may be known of tile Auctioneer. N Moulton School, near Northampton. 1LLIAM CHOWN most respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that he intends to open his SCHOOL after the present Recess, for the Reception BOARDERS, on the 11th of JANUARY instant, on the following Terms, viz. for PUPILS from 7 to 10 Years of Age, > t'lGa Year, from 10 to 12 Years of Age, ,£ 18, and from 12 to 14, Twenty Pounds, Washing included, and no Entrance is required.— The Vacations are at Christmas, and Midsummer, three Weeks each Time. January ls<, 1913. Northampton Town Sessions. OTICE is hereby given, That the NEXT GENERAL QUARTER SESSIO NS of the PEACE for the TOWN of NORTHAMPTON, will be holden at the Guildhall, in the said Town, on FRIDAY the 15th Day of JANUARY instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at which Time and Place all Peisons who are bound over by Recognizances to appear and prosecute, er give Evidence upon any Bill or Bills of Indictment, or to answer any Charge or Charges whatsoever, or have any Business to transact at the said Sessions, are required to attend, as the Court will be punctual in entering on the Bu- siness ot the Sessions at the Time above- mentioned. By Order of the Court, RICHARD HOWES, Town Steward. Northampton, Ind January. 1813. To Llm and Ash Timber, Ash Poles, S,- c. be SOLD bv A U C T I O N, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On Fridav the 8th of January, 1813, now growing, blazed and numbered, at E A RL'S- B ARTO N, in the County of Northampton, \ BOUT 70 fine ELMS, several OAKS, ASH, ,/ Y SYCAMORE, WILLOW, and CHERRY TREES; also upwards of 50 Lots of fine ASH POLES, and a Quantity of smooth RING E WOOD. The Company is requested to meet the Auctioneer at the Fox and Hounds, at Barton, at Ten o'Clock, and proceed to Sale. N01UtiAMPl'UN PAVING STOCK. NO TICE is hereby given, That a Meeting of the Commissioners for Paving, Cleansing, Lighting, and Watching the Town of NORTH- AMPTON, will he held at the GUII. DIIALI., in the said Town, on TUESDAY next, the 5th Day of JANUARY Instant, at Four o'Clock in the After- noon, when the Treasurer will attend to pay the Interest which became due to the Proprietors of Paving Stock the 21st of December last. CHAS. MARRHAM, Clerk to the Commissioners. Northampton, Jan. 1813. NETHER- HEYFORD . SCHOOL, Near Northampton. (" 1 WRIGHT & SON, in presenting their grateful Acknowledgments to their Friends, for their kind Encouragement, respectfully inform lliein that their3CIIOOLre- opens after the present liecess, on MONDAY the ISih of JANUARY, 1813. WANTED, A GOVT'. RNESS to a Young Lady, about fourteen Years of Age.— One who ran lie satisfactorily recommended by the . Family nr Families in which she has resided, for htr Method of teaching the English and French Languages, Grammatically, Writing, Arithmetic, & c. & c. and whose Character will bear the strictest linquiry ; if sufficiently accomplished to teach Music, the inore desirable. The Family reside constantly iu the Country; the Situation very healthy and retired. Letters, addressed to Messrs. Collin & Dash, Booksellers, Kettering, will be duly attended to, none will be received unless Post- paid. ANTED, A SCHOOL ASSISTANT, prnperlv qualified to teach ENGLISH GRAMMAR, WRITING, ARITHMETIC, & C.— References, a « to Character will he required, and his religious Principles must be conformable to the listablished Church. Letters ( Post- paid), addrfssed to J. PUODE- PHATT, Dunstable, will meet with due Attention. WANTED I MM EDIATELY, 1? ROM £ 3,000 to £ 5,000, oil an ample Freehold Security, in the County of Buck- ingham. For Particulars, apply to J, N. GOODIIALL, Esq. Solicitor, Wellingborough. Bedfordshire Quarter Sessions. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, to be held for this County, on WED- NESDAY the THIRTEENTH Day of JANUARY next, the Coart will open as usual at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely, at which Hour Ihe Grand and Petit Juries, the High Constables, and all Persons summoned, hound by Recognizances, or having Business to do, are desired to attend in Court ; and all Persons bound over by Recog- nizances to prosecute or give Evidence upon any Bill or Bills of Indictment, are required to attend and deliver proper Instructions at my Office, on Tuesday Evening, or by Eight o'Clock ou Wed- nesday Morning; and all Appeals are to beentened liy Nine o'clock on Wednesday Morning. THEEI) PEARSE, Clerk of the Peace. Bedford, 28th Dec. 1812. Capital Timber. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. KIRS. IIAW, On Wednesday the lfJtliof January, 1813, now standing Wized and numbered, at COOKNOE, in the County of Northampton, ABOUT 100 very fine large MAIDEN ASH, ELM. SYCAMORE, and OAK TREES. The above Timber is well worth the Attention of Merchants, Builders, Wheel wrights, See. being very large and lofty Timber.— Cooknoe adjoins the River Nine or Nen.— The Saleto commenceat Ten o'Clock Capital fine large Maiden Ash and large Oak Timber Trees, St/ well, near Northampton. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. KIRSIIA W, ( Further Particulars of which will appear in a future Paper), ABOUT too very fine large Maiden ASH TREES, also .20 very large OAK TREES. The above are of large Meetings, and will be found worth the Attention of Merchants and Traders. Fine Elm and Ash Timber, UPPER- H F. YFORD, near Northampton. To be SOLD by A U C TI O N, By Mr. KIRSIIA W, Further Particulars of which will appear in a future Paper, ABOUT 150 fine ELM and ASH TREES, now growing at U P PER. H E Y FOR D aforesaid. To be S O L D by AlfCTIO N, By RICHARD SMITH, Oil Tuesday the 19th Day of January, 1813, and fol lowing Days, without Reserve, on the Premises at 1 RCHESTER, near Wellingborough. npHR useful and genteel HOUSEHOLD- FUR I. NITUREand F. FKEC TS, late the Property ot Mrs. MARY BLEPSOK, deceased; consisting ot several Bedsteads and Furnitures, Feather and Flock- Beds, Blankets' and Quills, Mattresses, Pier and Swing l. ooking- Glasses, Eight- day Clock, 30- Hour Ditto, large and small Linen Chests, Chests of Drawers, Mahogany Dining, Card, and round Tables, Mahogany Chairs, Dinner- Tray and Tea- Boards, Ma- hagany Sofa nearly new, square, oval, and other Oak Dining Tables, a large Quantity of Earthenware Glass, and China, ISrewing and Washing Copper, Mash- Vats and Tubs, sweet Iron- bound Casks, two Casks of fine old Ale, several Dozen of Candles some Soap, Potatoes, about 501b. of Honey, three Cheeses, Brass Pots and KetUes, a Quantity ot Coals, useful Poles, Ash Fagots, Ladders, Wheelbarrow, and a Variety of other Ftfects ; which will appear in Catalogues, and may be had, six Days previous to the Sale, at the Printing- Office, Wellingborough; Place ot Sale; Green Dragon, Higham- Ferrers ; and of the Auctioneer, Swan Inn, Thrapston. The Sale to commence each Morning punctually at Eleven o'Clock. POSTSCRIPT. London. Friday, Jan. 1. TIERE are no fresh arrivals this morning . from Spain or the Baltic.— The very inter- esting details of the successes of the Russians, comprised in Lord Cathcart's dispatches, and published in an Extraordinary Gazette, are inserted at length in the preceding page.— Our readers will find these details, a clear and unadorned account of the various brilliant and decisive advantages obtained by our gallant Allies the Russians. The troops, regular and irregular, and the peasants vie with each other in their efforts to destroy the common enemy, and these efforts are every, where crowned with success, The public, we are sure,' will recollect, and recollect with indignation, the sneer » which " ' i he Party" threw out against the Russians at the beginning of the contest, and the gloomy predic- tions which they so confidently pronounced of their ultimate, defeat. "' Ihe Party" seemed to think, that there are in Russia, as there are in England, men base enough to second the efforts of the enemy, by thwarting every measure of their own Government, and by using every means LOAN on PUDDLE- HILL TOLLS. •" VTO'ITCE is herebv given, That the Sum lN of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS being wanted by the Trustees of the Tornpike- Road between DUNSTABI. K and HOCKLIFKE, in the County of Bedford, ou Security of the TOLLS thereof, for the Purpose of completing the Im- provements on the said Road, any Person or Persons disposed t « lend the same, or any Part thereof in Shares of jt' 100 each ( for which Interest • it £ b per Cent per Annum will be paid clear of Property Tax) are requested to signify the same in Writing, to Mr. John Hooper, of Dunstable, the Clerk to the Trustees, to b<- laid before thein at their next Meeting. JOHN HOOPER. December 30th, 1812. To be SOL D bv A U U 1 1 O JN, By Mr. KN1BB, On Thursday the 7th of January, 1R13, qnllE STOCK in ' TRADE., SHOP- FIX TURES, I. and HOUS E H OLD. f\ J RN ITU RE, of the late Mrs CAPON, Grocer, Sec. on the Premises at LATHBURY, near NF. VTPORT- PAC, NELL, Bucks; comprising a few Lots in the Grocery Line and Household- Furniture, viz. two Four- post Bedsteads and Furnitures, two Bureau Ditto, two Fe- ither. Beds, Blankets, Quilts, Bed and Table- Linen, Drawers, Chairs, Tables, Glasses, two Bureaus, one bright Kitchen- Range, Oven Doorand Frame, Ironing- Stove, Pewter, Brass, and Copper Utensils, one stout Brew- ing- Copperand Grate, Beer- Casks, and sundry Effects. The Sale to begin at Eleven o'Clock. T. the FACULTY. WANTED i in mediately, An ASSIS- TANT.— Enquire, Post- paid, of Messrs. HUCKNILLS, Surgeons, Rugby. \\ r ANTED, An APPRENTICE to a C11Y MIST and DRUGGIST. Apply to Mr. HIGGS, Market- Harborough. To be L E T T, A BOUT 7U Acres of good ARABLE, MEA- DOW, and PASTURE LAND, with HOUSE and OUT- BUI I. DI NGS thereon, situate in the Vicinity of BEDFORD. — For further Parti- culars, apply' tit by Letter, Post- paid), to Mt PuswELL, Attorney, Northampton. any A good Opportunity and Situation for industrious young Man for Business. To he LETT, And Entered upon at Lady. Day next, or sooner required, AN old- established Wholesale qhd Retail SHOP, situate ou the MARKET- HILL, n DAV liNTRY, Northamptonshire, how in the Oc cupation ot John Morgan, sen. Flax- Dresser, Rope Maker, and Sack Manufacturer, Dealer in Salt, Seeds, ft c. who is desirous ot retiring. from Business; with extensive Warehouse. Granary, Workshop, and spin, jng Shop adjoining the same... The; Stock and Work- ing Tools to be taken at a fair Valuation. For Particulars, enquire ot the said J. MORGAN, DaVentrv. * R E VV A R D, RAN AWAY from Monks- Risborough, in Buckinghamshire, from his Wife and Family about five Weeks ago, JAMES WALKER, aged about 24 Years, about five Feet eight Inches in Height, dark Hair, Grey Eyes, fair Complexion rather stout made, with a large Scar in his High Cheek, the Effect of a Kick from a Horse. Tlnitfaiil James Walker has served in the Local Militia for the County of Buckingham, and has lately entered and received tile Bounty to serve i the ciine again; and is supposed to have been born i the Parish of Monks, or Prince's- Risborough, and to belong to Eddlesborough, ia Buckinghamshire Whoever will apprehend the said James Walkar and bring him to the Overseers of the Poor o THING, in Hertfordshire, to which Parish hi Wife and Family are at present chargeable, shall receive TWO GUINEAS Reward for so doing. Tring, Oec. 3\, 1S12. Trull/ valuable Live Stuck, Hay, anil Keeping. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By WM. BEESLEY, On Fridav the 15th Day of January, 1813, on tin Premises of Mr. Z A CHAR1A H ST1 LC O E, who is leaving his Farm at BLAK.- F. SLE Y, near Tow- cester, Northamptonshire; rilHE STOCK consists of 28 capital younp J In- calt a. nd barren Cows, two fat Heifers, one lat Cow, two fat Steers, one Bull, and three store Herefordshire Oxen, 70 Ewes and Theavcs, 42 lat Shearhogs, five fat Wethers, five fat Fwes, and four Tups ; two exceedingly useful In- foal Draught- Mares, one Four- year- old Cart- Horse, two Two- year- old Ditto, and two Yearlings Ditto, two Three- year- old Cart. Fillies, one Hackney Mare live Years old, and enc Ditto three Years old ; five Cocks of prime Hay, and upwards of 200 Acres of Keeping, in five Lots, till old l. adv. Day next.— The Whole of the Keepinf is good Land, dry I. air, well fenced, and watered. The Sheep are of the true Leicestershire Breed, and Lave been bred with great Care for a Numbet of Years: the Ewes have beei; tupped by a superior Tup this Season.- rTlie Stc. ck is in capital Condition, ano withy flie Attention of the Public.— The Shee| warranted sound. Credit will be given, if required, to all Purchasers above y? 4<\ until the 1st Day of April, 1813, on app/ oved Security, and paying a Deposit of ^ 10 pet Cent. , The Auctioneer begs the early Attendance of hi Friends on the Day of Sale, as the Whole is intended to he sold ill one Day, and the Sale to commence at Ten o'Clock. The Sheep will be penned in convenient 1 ots, and miv be inspected one Hour before the Commencement • if the Sale — Catalogues will be distributed in the Neighbourhood six Days before the Sals, Under a Commission of Bankruptcy. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By THOMAS HAGGER, On the Premises, oil Friday the 8th ot January, 1813, ALL the very neat HOUSKHOLD- FURNI TURE, LINEN. CHINA, GLASS, BREW I NG. UTENsi LS, and other EFFECTS, of Mr SAMUEL JEEVES, Horse- Dealer, at SANDY Bedfordshire. And at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon will be SOLD at the Red I. ion Inn, All that FR EEYOLD genteel Sashed and Tiled DWIAI. LNG- HOUSLI, very pleasantly situated at SANDY aforesaid; comprising a good Cellar and Entrance Passage, Parloitr, Hall, and Kitchen; five airy Bed- Chambers, with convenient Closets; a Pleasure. Garden in Front, Kitchen- Garden back- wards, a Pump ot good Water, Court Yard, Stable- Yard, and Farm- Yard, a long Range ot bricked, boarded, and tiled Stabling, with Hay and Corn Lofts, easy to be converted into Tenements; boarded and tiled Barn well planked with Side Boards, Cow- Lodge, a > d I'iggeries, most of which aie nearly new, and the Whole in complete Repair. Particulars and Conditions are in Circulation, and may be had at all the adjacent Towns; Printing. Office, St. Neots; Place ot Sale; and of the Auc- tioneer, Potton, To te SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. KNIBB, On Saturday the 9th of January, 1813, between the Hours of Two and Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Swan Inn, in N EWTORT. PAGNELL, Bucks, AWell gotten Rick ofCLOVER, standing in a Close known by the Name of Madatn D'Arcy's Close, the Produce of seven Acres, close to the Road Side, in Newport Field, leading from Newport to Broughton, and may be taken ofFtlie Premises. G. ohlen Lion Inn, St. John- Street, Snathfield, London, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. MUNN, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 19th of January, at One o'Clock peremptorily, by Direction of the Assignees of Mr. JOHN HANSON, with imme- diate Possession, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, ' IM1E LEASE for an unexpired Term of nine Years and three Months, at a very moderate Rent, of the well- known and lucrative Waggon and Coach Inn, called the GOLDEN LION, ST. JOHN- STREET, in the immediate Vicinity of SMITH FIELD- MARKET, together with the Advantages resulting from the long- established Resort of some of the most respectable Characters who attend that great agricultural Mart.— The Premises are extensive, and justly celebrated for the convenient and comfortable Arrangement in , numerous Sleeping- rooms, all of wNich are generally occupied, a light Cottce- Room, detached Dining- Parlours, conveniently situatid Bar, and excellent domestic Offices. The Yard is spacious and entered by a lofty Gateway from St. John- Street, in which are situated a Counting- House, and Booking- House, three Warehouses, a large loading Shed, Stabling for upwards of 30 Horses, extensive Lofts for Forage, and Servants' Sleeping- rooms. May be viewed, and Particulars had on the Pre: mises; of Messrs. WILKINSON & GREENWOOD, Solicitors, Queen- Street, Cheapside, at the Principal Inns at Leicester, Lutterworth, afid Daventry; the Peacock, Northampton; the George, Woburri; the VVhite Hart, Dunstable; the Angel, Brickwall; the Swan, Bedto d ; the Woolpack, St. Albins; the Sun, Biggleswade, at the Auction- Mart; and of Mr. MUNN, Walbrook, London. On the same and following Days will be SOLD, the FURNITURE, and valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, together with the BANKRUPT'S SHARES in the LUTTERWORTH, DAVENTRY, and BEDFORD COACHES. GENTEEL FURNITURE To . be SOLD bv AUCTION, By RICHARD SMITH, About the Middle nf Jatiuary inst. THE genteel HOUSEHOLD - FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS belonging to Dowager Lady LILFORD, at her late Residence at ALD- W1NCKLE, near Thrapston. Farther Particulars will appear in a future Paper, and Catalogues may be had in due Time. A valuable Dairy, and Farming- Stock, Hay, Keep of the Grounds, a neat double Gig Kith Harness, and other Effects, at Lenburough,' in the Parish of Buckingham, Bucks. To be S O L D by AUCTIO N, By JOHN DAY Sf SON, On Wednesday the 6th Day of January, 1613, on t! i Premises ot Mr. RICHARD KING, at LEN- BORO l.' G H aforesaid, who is leaving the Farm, A LL the STOCK of COWS, SHEEP, HORSES HOGS, and IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY comprising 4! - capital New- milch. In- calf, and Barren Cows, 4 Fat Cows, 1 Bull, 1 Capital Black Cart- Mare, in Foal, 7 Years old, Ditto, 3 Years old, not in Foal, Brown Hackney Mare, 6 Years old. Handsome and valuable Black Hackney Mare, 5 Years old, Crey Hunting Horse, 4 Years old, by Overton, Black stout Galloway, 2 Years old, Fine Brown Colt, 2 Years old, by Abomlique, Grey Cart Colt, 2 Years old, 29 Famnts Leicester Ewes in Lamb, 37 Fat Sheirhogs, 20 Store D. tto, 2 Fat EWJS, 1 Tup, The Sheep will be warranted sound. 10 Bacon Hogs, various Weights, Three Stacks of prime Hay, with 80 Acres of rich Sward Keeping, in Lots; ylso 90 Acres of excellent Keeping, in four Lots, without Hay.— The Whole of the Keeping is good Laud, dry Lair, wall fenced and watered, and will be sold to the 5th Day of April next, to which Time Credit will be given. Two Riiks of Beans, the Straw to be spent on the Premises two stout Waggons, two Six. inch- wheel Carts, one Dutch Cart, very good Harness for seven Cart Horsescomplete, Ploughs, Drag and small Har- rows, Field- Roll, Wind- Fan, Sacks and Barn- Tackle in general, Ladders, Cribs, Hurdles, Pig Troughs Quantity of hard Wood and Fagots, with other Articles Also, a very capital Double- seated Gig, with Har- ness complete, nearly equal to new, having ben little used, one staunch Pointer, Sec. — The Whole ot these Effects to be positively sold without the least Reserve. This Sale is well worth the Attention of Gr » z; ers, Farmers, & c. — The Live Stock in particular, which is equal, it not superior, to any in the Country. The Who'e is intended to be sold in'one Day it possible, tor which Reason the Sale will corrynence with the Stock, at Halt- past Ten o'Clock precisely. — Catalogues may be had, gratis, six Days before Sale, at the principal Inns in the neighbouring Market- Towns; at tjje Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneers, in Stony- Stratford. Lee Woods, m the Parish of Quainton, Bucks. To be SOLD bv'AUC TION, By Messrs. BERRY % HAY WARD, At the King's Head Inn, Aylesbury, on Satuaday the 16th of January, 1813, at Two o'Clock, AYery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate . at ' LEE, in the Parish of Quainton, Bucks, eight Miles from Aylesbury, eight from Bicester, and , ix from Winslow, called GREAT and LITTLE LEE WOOD ; comprising 170 Acres or thereabouts ef useful Arable, and about eight Acres of Meadow Land, in a gpod State of Cultivation, lett to respectable Tenants, on terms which will expire at Michaelmas, in the Year 1817, at Rents which it is presumed will double at that Tims, and subject to the Payment of ^' 10 - i Year ( payable quarterly), cle. ir arul without any Deduction whatever, during the Lite- Time of a Gen- tleman aged 49 Years on the 23d of September last. Particulars will be immediately prepared for Deli- very, at the Inns in the Neighbourhood ; and furthe Information had by Application to Mr. ROSE, Soli, citir, or Messrs', Btaar and HAVWARD, General Agents, Aylesbury. Oak and Ash Timber. To be S O L D by A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAYS, ( TON, On Wednesday the 13th Day ot January, 1813, at the House of Mr. Thomas B> idd, known by the Name of Buftelor's Holt, near Buckingham, I TPW AIU1S nf 100 OAK TIMBER TREES, with Lop, Tops, and Bark included. " 80 ASH Ditto. The Timber is standing in SH ALSTON S PINNIES, near the Place of Sale, is very fine uselul Stuff for Builders, Carpenters, Coopers, tec. ; the Ash of a remarkably good Quality for Wheelwr ghts, & c. The Timber will be blazed, numbered, and laid into convenient Lots for Inspection a sufficient Time before the Sale, and Catalogues delivered ten Days before Sale, at the Red Lion, Brackley; Compasses, Sil- verstone; Fox and Hounds, Whittlebury; White Hart, Tingewick and Buckingham ; Place ot Sale; and at the Auctioneers'. Stony- Stratford. Clifton- on- Dunsmore, Warwickshire To be SOLD by AUCTION, By EDW. NEALE S,- SON, , At the Spread F. agle Inn, at Rugby, on Monday the 25tli Day of January, 1513, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one or more Lots, as shall be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, and subject to such Con- dition's shall then be produced ( unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given), VValuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate at CLI F' 1' ON. U PON - DUNSMORE, in the County ot Warwick, in the Occupationof Mr. John Cole, consisting of 45 Acres of Land ( more or less) and divided as follows :— A. R. R. Upper Windmill Ground Arable 11 1 33 '• Vest Part of Bottom Ditto - Arable 4 3 36 l ast Patt of Ditto.. 1 Pasture 4 2) 5 Windmill Meadow below the Canal Meadow 7 0 far Upper Park of Dunslands Pasture 5 3 West. Part of Ditto Pasture 4 0 12 lunsland Meadow above the Canal Pasture I I 25 Dunsland Meadow below the Canal Meadow 4 0 13 The above Premises are in a high State of Culti- vation, and adjoin the Oxford Canal and the Turn- pike Road leading from Rugby to South- Kilworth. and are distant only from the former Place about one Mile and a Quarter.— Possession may be had at Lady Day next. Mr, Con, of Clifton, will shew the Pre mises, to whom Reference for further Particular may be made; or to Mr. HARRIS, Solicitor, Rugby. Freehold and Copyhold Estates, Silston, Northamptonshire, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY 4- SON, On Wednesday the 20th Day of January, 1813, at the White Horse i nn, in Silston, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, in Lots: RPHE ESTATE consists of a COPYHOLD CLOSE L of extremely rich ancient Inciostire, and com- puted at 17 Acres; also several Pieces and Parcels ot Copyhold and truly valuable Arable Land, Ley, Mea. dow, and Pasture Ground, lying dispersedly in the open and common Fields of SI LSTON aforesaid, computed at nine Acres, and the Whole of which is now in the Tenure or Occupation of Mr. John Botrerill; and also, four several Freehold Messuages or Tenements adjoining each other, in a certain Place called COCK SHOOT, in Silston, with the respective Out- buildings, Yard, and large Piece of Garden Ground belonging, and in the several Tenures or Oc- cupations of Win. Hart, Richard Coulman, John Pittain, and Joseph Braggens, with a certain Right of Common belonging to the Estate, in and over the extensive Forestof Whittlebury, or Whittlewood The Copyhold Part, is Fine certain, and very low, being equal to Freehold;, and the Purchaser may, at a reasonable Expense, convert and make the four Messuages or Tenements, Yard and Garden, into a g< 3od and convenient Farm- Yard, being plenty of Room, and immediately adjoining Part of the open Field.— For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr. Botterill, the Tenant; and for further Particulars, to Thomas Smith, Market- Place, Stony. Stra. ford, and to Mr. Kirby, Solicitor. Towcester. Sieny. Stratford, Dec. 20th, 1S12. 11 their power to excite discontent and despond ency.— But they were mistaken— the Russian notions of patriotism are very different indeed; these semi- btirbarians are so zoholly barbarous as to think that every may ought to unite against the enemies of his country, and they have acted upon that opinion: it is no wonder, therefore, that they are no great favourites with those persens whose feelings and whose conduct are so essentially different. By the united and active energies, unshaken fidelity, and patient perseverance, of those brav men," so frequently spoken of in the most contemptuous mariner, has the talisman of llona- parte's power been broken, - and Europe rescued from thraldom. That spark of resistance which the tyrant's unprincipled ambition first kindled in Spain, has been fanned into a flame which will not be extinguished till it involves him in de- struction. ' The extremities of the Continent already blaze, and within no very distant period, the space between will feel and feed the spreading conflagration. ' The physical effects of the retreat from Moscow, and of the victories of our allies, are in themselves of infinite importance, and calculated to awaken the expectation of the best results; but they are nothing > 0 t^ e moral conse quences which must issue from the disasters and calamities that have overtaken the ambitious projects of the usurper. ' To be safe, his power must be entire.; the circle must he perfect, or it is in danger ot" sudden annihilation. Thus the Continental system, which, if completely mastered, laid Europe in chains at his feet, is unavailing and nugatory, while one State may be found upon whose independent. Monarch those chains cannot be imposed. This destroys the whole, and erects that standard round which other nations will rally, and defy the despotic designs of the enemy upon the common rights of mankind. Bonaparte is no longer the terror of Europe: even in his own capital, he slinks into the second person, and appears to rest his hopes upon the Son born to him by the daughter of Austria. This is a singular phenomenon, and strongly marks the humiliation and despondency which the Tyrant suffers; and if his defeat has robbed him of spirit, what spirit must it have imparted into the population of the countries which have so long groaned beneath bis yoke? Much as we may triumph over the extent of the losses which lie has sustained, losses which years cannot retrieve, we build yet more firmly 011 the change which has thus been wrought on the minds of men; audit is to the latter, more than to the former, that we look for the utter and final overthrow of our direst enemy. French Papers to the 21st have been received in town. On the preceding day Bonaparte gave audience to the Senate and Council of State, when both these bodies presented" addresses of congra- tulation to him on bis return. The speeches of these subservient bodies are of the most servile kind. His own subdued tone in reply, and their protestations of fidelity, and offers of the greatest efforts and sacrifices to perfect his glorious plans, are ample demonstrations of the severity of the blow which the tyrant has received : a blow in- deed so staggering to his power that it would he absurdity to attempt to conceal it, even with all his controul over the Press in France. ' Two bun dred thousand families, at least, have lost rela- tives by death or captivity, anil their tongues alone will be sufficient to spread the deep disaster. Letters received from the French coast, as well as from Paris, notice reports of the severe indis- position of Bonaparte, from the extraordinary fatigue he has lately undergone, and the disap pointment he has sustained by the utter failure of his projects against Russia. It is a remarkable fact, that though he reached Paris at half- past eleven at night on the 18th ult. no notice what- ever was taken of his arrival, either in the Moni- tear, or any of the minor Journals of the 19th.— I11 the Moniteur of the 20th, it was mentioned pery briefly, but without remark of any kind, either on the state of his health, the cause of his journey, or'any other subject. On the same day his arrival was proclaimed by thd accustomary discharges of artillery, after having been kept for 24 hours a StateSecret. Up to the latest accounts from Paris he had not appeared in public, and his indisposition was considered as of a very seriou nature. This morning Quebec Papers to the 20th of November were received. They calculate the American trmops oil the frontiers at much higher" than they have ever yet been estimated, stating them at upwards of 4J>, 000, but it does not appeal that any military operations of importance had taken place since the date of the preceding advices. The following extract from the Montreal Gazette of Tuesday, Nov. 16, shews the result of the attack 011 Kingston:--" The great battle, so much spoken of in town, as having taken place a short distance above Kingston, turns out to be seven armed American vessels, which appeared off that place, and bombarded it during 15 hours. The only damage sustained was the Royal George being struck three times, and having one of her crew killed. Seeing they could not effect a land- ing, they set off to Sacket's harbour." Bonaparte's Senate tells him that his eagles were perched on the towers of Moscow; fortunately they have not been permitted to roost there. NORTHAMPTON'. SATUKDjr EVENING, J. vv. a. , . > s i BIRTH.] On Saturday last, the lady of t1 e Rev. Richard Farrftr, of Ashley, in this county of a daughter. MARRIED.] On Monday last, at Polebroftk,- Mr. R. King, cordwAiber, of OuudSf, to Miss Ann Groom, of the former placed Tuesday last, at St, George's, Hanover stjtrtre, London, Mr. James Pell, of Sywell- Lodgt; ,,, i|, i « county, to Mary, only . daughter of Mr. Wright, of the county gaol, in this town. Same day, at St. Giles's, Mr. Henry Hai'dav, schoolmaster, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. W. fngmaii, schoolmaster, both of this tow... Friday last, Mr. Goodman, of Everdon, to Mary Mounfforr, second daughter of the late Mr. I'. Mountfort, of Snopscomb, biith in this ccwiitv. Same day, at. Kettering, Mr. George Gill, ironmonger, to llrs. Smith, both of Ketleriiiir. A few . days since, at Oakham, Mr, Rawurtb, . draper, to Miss Sewell, both of that place. DIED.] On the 12ih December, at II,. rtiie » d~ Par va, Herts, the Rev. Thomas Cockshutt, li. D. rector of . that Parish, and vicar of Lougstantoti All Saints, Cafnbridgesnire. Monday se'nnight, at St, Alban's, Herts, where he had been settled as a Protestant Dissenting Minister upwards of GO . years, the Rev. Jabez Hirons; he was one of the very few survivin" pupils of the learned and pious Dr. Doddridge. Wednesday se'niright, at her house m fSridge- towu, near Stratfo'il- on- Avon, Mrs. Higgiiis, widow of Edward Townsetid II ggins, Esq, of that place. Thursday se'nnight, Isaac King, Esq. of High Wycombe, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Buckingham. Friday se'nnight, at Berkeswill Hall, in ths county of Warwick, Mrs. Knightley; ( relict of John Wrightwick Knightley, Esq.) ' in the yith year of her age. As she was respected through life by the numbers who knew her, she will be as generally lamented. Same day, in the 631 vear of his age, Mr. Joseph Pall, tailor, of this town. Saturday last, at Aston- house, Oxfordshire, aged 38, General John Ca'illand, of the East India Company's Service. Monday- last, at Great Wigston, Leicestershire, the Rev. J: une3 Pigott, formerly Head Master of the Free Grammar School, in Leicester, and vicar of Great Wigstort. Tuesday morning last, at Rugby, aged 60, Richard Burgh, Esq. late of Coventry. Same day, at Huntingdon, aged 63, Mr. R. Baker, many years a master bricklayer and builder at that place. Wednesday last, at l. er son's, the Rev. Henry Wool ley, at Fazely, Warwickshire, Mrs. Woolley", relict of the late Rev. Thomas Woolley, of this town. A few days ago, aged 58 years, Mr. Thomas Ashby, of Farndon, Leicestershire, after a long and lingering illnr". Lately, in the N » iv- Voad, Mary lo- bom?, nged 82, the Rev. T. Manners, rector of Alistone, in the county of Leicester, and Willotighby, in the county of Lincoln. Lately, aged 48, Mr. W. Inchley, an eminent horse dealer, of Great Eaton, Leicestershire. PROMOTION.— 3( J Uegt. of Dragoons— George Orland Gunning, Gent, to he Cornet, vise Trotter. We have tha pleasure to inform the public, that a few days nvo, the sum of twenty guineas, was paid into the hands of the treasurer of the General Infirmary, in this town, being a benefaction front Mr. John Whitton, of GreenVNorton, in this county, towards the support of that excellent institution. On Christmas dav, the Marquis of Tavistock, » ave his annual present of a tat bullock to the poor of Oakley, an example worthy of imitation at this inclement season. Miraculous Escape.— Wednesday evening last, as Mr. John Richards, draper, of Stony- Stratford, was 011 his way from Mr. Hillyer's to Mr. William Clark's, of Old- Stratford, he fell from a precipice nearly 3tt feet in height, and, strange to relate, escaped totally unhurt. On Saturday last, an inquisition was taken at Woburn, in the county of Bedford, before II. A. Iteddall, coroner of the honour of Ampthill, upon view of the body of George Wbitenian, aged 13 years, one of the sons of Mr. Whiteman, victualler, who oil the preceding day being sliding upijn a pond " n Woburn Park, the ice broke and he fell into the water; it was nearly half an hour before the body could be got cut, when the proper means for restoring suspended animation were taken Without effect.— Verdict, accidental death. Ou Monday was committed to the county gaol, by T. S. W. Satnwell, Esq. and Henry Portington, clerk,, Thomas Evans, charged 011 suspicion of having, in company with another person ( lit pre- sent unknown), broken into the house of Richard Dent of Blisworth, and stealing therefrom J_ 25 n country bank notes, some lace. & c. and also with having, at the same time, committed a rape 011 the body of Mary L) eiit, the wife of the Said Richard Dent. " THE CIIACE. THE PY. TCHLRY HOUNDS WILT, MPF. T 01. Monday, Jan. 4, at Stanford H .. 11, Tuesday, —— J5, at .. . Duslon, . Thursday, 1, at .... Sulby, Friday. —— 8, at .... Staverton, At Half- past Ten o'Clock each Day. TIIE OAKLEY HOUNDS win. MEET OS Tue. day, Jan. 5, at Houghton Turnpike. Thursday, 7, at Craufteld Green.. Saturday, —— 0. at Milton Mill. The QUOl'. N HOUN DS will meet on Monday next, t Scraptoft ; on Wednesday, - at Kettleby ; md on Friday, at Widmerepool Inn. The Prisoners in the County castle, Bedford, 31 in number, teturn their grateful thanks to Mr. William Smith, grazier, fur a lot ot beef and potatoes. The Toien of Northampton, J The Assize of Bread, TO WIT. ) set the 2< A day of Jau. 1313% for ( lie said Town, to take place on Monday the 4th of January, and in be in force seven days for the said Town of Northampton. lb. oz. dr. The Sixpenny Luaf Wheaten, is to weigh 1 5 10 Ditto Household, is to weigh I 13 TlieTwelyepenny LoafWheaten to weigh 2 11 5 Ditto Household, is to » eigh ... S 10 9 M. NEW BY, Mayor. Corn- Exchange, London, Friday, Jan. 1. The arrival of Grain since Monday has been very inconsiderable, and there is a dulness in the sale of most articles — Fine Barley is in brisk demand, and very scarce, and will obtain advanced prices. — Malt is also looking up — In other articles there is no material alteration, and a good supply is expected by Monday next. : - Northampton — Saturday. 116s. Cd. to 130s. Od. Wheat Rye Barley Oats —• Beans - New Beans Peas — 80s. Od. to 63s. Od. 10 46s. Od. to 94s. dd. to 62s. Id. to — s. Od. to by tiie Standard Measure. — Od. 90s. Od. 56s. Od. 9Rs. Od. 72s. Od. — s. Od Market- Harhorough— Tuesday last. Wheat ".. 110s. lid. to 128s. Od. Barley ... 60s. Od. to 72s. Od. New Oats 4. is. Od. to 50s. Od. Old " ats 55s. Od. to 60s. Od. Old Beans 10Ss. Od. to 110s. Od. By the Customarv Measure. Daveniry— Wednesday lost. Wheat .... 124s. Od. to 136s. Od. Barley .. — 60s. Od. to 67s. Od. Oats 48s. Od. to 56s.' Od. Beans - 100s. Od. to 110s. Od. Hog Peas 100s Od. to — s. Od. Bv the customary Measure. Price of Stocks on Thursday.-- 3 per Cent. Red. 60. 4 per Cent. Cons. 7(> i, India Bonus 6d. Exchequer Bills 3J. Cons, for Ac. 61 i. LIST M. w. M. Tu. F. of FAIRS from Jan. 4, to Jan. 16, within, tin Circuit of this Paper. Jan. 4. Daventry, and Leicester. 6. Market- llarborough. 11. Hinckley, and Southam. 1- 2, Buckingham, ayiJ Duuciiurch. ' 13. Nottingham. FAN THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY. EMBLEM Suited to the Close o f the Venr. SEE yonder stream, how calmlv gay, Along the verdant hanks it flows j And winding on its devious way, Jlisperses blessings as it goes, liy many a valley, fair and green, It smoothly glides in gentle pace, Where oft the hind of art is seen To give a soften'd, richer grace. By tracts too, rugged, wild, and harsh, Jli changeful course the current takes | And by the treacherous putrid marsh Its way with laey dulness breaks. Strong emblem of Ihe life of Man 1 So varying pass his fleeting days :— Sportive and gav is Childhood's span, As you fair fountain sparkling plays— And light too runs youth's rapid race, Willi mirth that smiles, and health that cheers^ Gilded bv Hope the length'ning space, A scene in fairy land appears;— But manhood's saddening cares will rise, Time's heavv stream move slowly on ; And age and suffering mingle sighs O'er troubles come, o'er pleasures gone I— Alternate dawn on every class Days to rejoice, aud days to mourn ; As eddying winds that filful pass. Time's ebbing sand sees each return. Let man tile scenes of life review, But musing mark the closing year, If part mi wings of gladness flew, Part was bedew'd with Sorrow's tear. In this mix'il state, one only sourcc Of true, unfading joy is giv'n ; Certain, immortal in its course, It springs, and must be sought, from Heav'n— The earthly stream goei on to glide Till lost its waters in the sea; And steals along Time's rolling tide, Till swallow'd in Eternity— When bolh at length shall cease to flow, No question comes how one has moved ; But man, what time has yvrought, must show, And answer too, if unimproved— Be then the Emblem's moral this! No talent here is vainly lent; Eternity lo meet in bliss, Time must be prized, and Life well spent. Oh Perceval! time's pictur'd stream Brings back to thought illy awful fate ; Bright, as on that calm river gleam The sun's rich rays, appear'd thy state. Jlow quick, ala:, lh' illusion broke ! One moment's tempest shipwreck'd all; Sudden the flash, most dire the stroke; We saw, and, shuddering, wept thy fall. Long, long, bless'd shade, each breast must give To yvorlh so lost its bitterest sigh ; Thy life — may teach us how to live, Thy death— to be prepared to die. Tlie stone, which love and zeal shall raise, Thy deeds may tell, thy fame record ; l? tit ihou, removed from earthly praise. In Ileuv'ii shult find " thy full reward." C. A. Baillie, ditto, ditto, slightl? ; Capt. J. II. Cttrrie ! 42( 1 ditto, 1st Brut, slightly ; Captain Thos. I'. Fuller, ditto, ditto, severely, not dangerously. Missing— Lieut.- Gen. Hon. Sir E. Paget, K. H. Foreign- Office, Dec. 20.— His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has caused it tp be signified t » the Ministeis of Friendly Powers residing at this Court, that measures have been taken for the blockade of the ports and harbours of the Bay ol the Chesapeake and of the river Delaware, in the United States of America. Whitehall, Der. 20.— His Royal Highness the Prince Regent lias been pleased, ill the name aird on the behalf of his Majesty, to grant unto the Hon. and Rev. Henry Cockayne Cost, Master of Arts, the place and dignity of a Prebend of bis Majesty's Free Chapel of St. George, in the Castle of Windsor, void by the resignation of the lion, and Rev. Henry Ryder. [ This Gazette likew ise announces the capture of ihe Thorn American privateer of 18 guns and 140 men, by the Shannon, Captain Broke, on the American station, and of thirty- six other American vessels, by the Jamaica squadron, under the orders of Vice Admiral Stirling, between the 11th of July and the 22d of October.] her the Tyrant is down, not killed j he " that reigm io galled Eyes of weeping Souls" is humbled and disgraced: this is tlie time then to give energy to the blessed Hope of PEACE; bat not with him— this " Dog that had his Teeth before his Eyes— one rais'd in Blood, and one in Btood established," but with theviolated Sovereignties of Europe, to whom thp Monger's Tricks and treacherous Dealings must have become as conspicuous as his Crimes. The Russians have immortalised themselves— they have with Dangers nod'Sufferings unparalleled, unfettered the Chains which bound up our Commerce ; they have opened the dawn of Hope to our future Pros- perity : arouse then, Britons, and prove to Ihe Noble Veterans of the North by a generous Offer of your Support, that you both feel for their Dis- tresses, and honour them for their Magnanimity. Woodford, Dsc. Wth, 1SI3. D. G. F! BRITISH FIUF, OFFICE. OR the Insurance of Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise, Ships, Vessels, and all other | Property, against Loss or Damage by FIRE, on the Terms and Conditions of their printed Proposals, which may be had gratis, at the principal Offices in the STRANU and CoiiNHti. r., LONDON, or of the Company's Agents in the different Cities and Towns in Great- Britain and Ireland. Additions will be raa. ie to Insurances by this Office without Charge for the Policies; nor will any be made for Policies insuring .£ 300 or upwards. Farming Stock at the reduced Premium of 2s. per Cent. Insurances pay able at Christmas- Day must be re- newed within 15 Days therefrom, or the Policies will be void. ROBERT SKF. LTOV. Secret:. From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, of Dec. 26. Admiralty Office, Dec. £ 6. Copy of a Letter from Admiral the Right Hon. Sir John Borlase Warren, Bart. K. B. Commander in Chief of his Majesty's ships and vessels on Ihe North American station, to John Wilson Croker, Esq. dated at Halifax, 18th Nov. 1812. Sir— I beg leave to transmit copies of letters from Captain Whinyates and Captain Sir John Beresford; the former giving an account of the capture of his Majesty's brig Frolic, by the Ame- rican ship sloop of war Wasp, after a bard con- tested action; and the latter, acquainting me with the re- capture of the Frolic, and of his having at the same time taken the Wasp, both of which Were conducted to Bermuda by the Poic- tiers; from whence I shall send further particulars for their Lordships' information the moment I can learn them. I have the honour to be, & c. ( Signed) JOHN BORLASE WAP. RTN His Majesty's ship Poicliers, at Sea, Oct. 23. Sir— It is with the most bitter sorrow and dis- tress I have to report to your Excellency the cap tine ofhis Majesty's brig Frolic, by the ship Wasp, belonging to the United States of America, on the 18th instant.— Having under convoy the home- ward- bound trade from the Bay of Honduras, and being in lat. 30 deg. N. and 61 deg. W. oil the night of the 17th, we were overtaken by a most Violent gale of wind, in which the Frolic, carried fiwav her maiiivard, Inst her topsails, and sprung the main tup- yard. On the morning of the 18th, as we were repairing the damages sustained in the Storm, and re- assembling the scattered ships, a suspicious ship came ill sight, and gave cfeace to the convoy. The merchant ships continued their voyage before the wind under all sail; the Frolic dropped astern and hoisted Spanish colours, in order to decoy the stranger under her guns, and to give time for the convoy to escape.—' About ten o'clock, both vessels being witlliu hail, we hauled to the wind, and the battle began. The superior fire of our guT< s gave every reason to expect its speedy termination ill our favour, but the gaffa head- braces being shot away, and tin ir being no sail on the main- mast, the brig became uiiinariaj! able, and the enemy succeeded in talcing a position to rake her, while she was unable to bring a gun to bear. After laying some time exposed to a most destructive fire, she fell with the bowsprit lietwixt the enemy's main and mizen rigging, still unable to return his fire. At length the enemv boarded', and made himself master of the brig, every individual officer being wounded, und I lie greater part of the men either killed or wounded there not being 20 persons remaining unhurt. Although I shall ever deplore the unhappy issue of this contest, it would be great injustice to the merits of the officer; and crew if f failed to repori that their bravery and coolness are deserving of every praise; and I am convinced, if the Frolic had not been crippled in the gale, 1 should hav to make a very different report to your Excellency. — The Wasp was take n, and the Frolic re- captured the same day, by his Majesty's ship the l'oictiers •— Being separated from them, I cannot transmi' at present a list of killed and wounded. Mr Charles M'Kay, the First Lieutenant, and Mr f? t phens, the Master, have died of iheir wounds. I have. the honour to be, Sic. T. WIUNVAILS. To the Right Hon. Sir J. B. Warren, Bart. & c. Hi-: Mnjentys ship Poictiers, at Sea, Oct. 28. Sir— I have the honour to acquaint you, that hi Majesty's ship under my command has this da captured the American sloop of war Wasp, of 20 guns, Capt. Jacob Jones, and re- taken his Ma- jesty's brig Frolic, Capt. Wfiinyates, which she captured, after an action of 50 minutes. I hat- thought it my duty to collect the Frolic's convoy and to see them in safety to Bermuda. ' Hie conduct of Captain Wliiiiyates, who 1 regret to say is wounded, and of Irs crew, appears to have hten so decidedly gallant, that I have been induced to continue him in command of the Frolic, until your pleasure is known. I have the honour to be. ( Signed) J. P. BF. RESIOUD. Admiral Sir J. B. Warren, Bart. K. B. Commander in Chief, & c. War Department— Vonming- Street, Der. 26. A dispatch, of which the following is ati extract has been received by Earl Bathiirst from Gen. rfie IViarquis of Wellington, datad Frenada, Dec. 2. T enclose the return of the killed, wounded, am missing of the troops in the operations from Sa- lamanca to Cindad Rodrigo. Ilelurn of killed, wounded, and missing, of the Army uedcr the command of his Excellency Gen the Marquis of Wellington, K, ' IJ. iu. the opera- tions from ihe 15ih to the 19: h November, 1812. ftritish— 2 captains, 2 serjeants, 7 rank and til « nd i5 horses, killed ; 2 captains, 2 lieutenants, • erjrants, 86 rank and file and 9 horses, wounded I general staff. S serjeants, 2 drummer* mid truni peters, 106 rank and file, and 58 horses, miujng. Portuguese— 1 ensign, 36 rank and file, killed i lieutenant, 1 ensign, 3 serjeants. and 40 rank and Hie, wounded ; 66 rank and file missing. ifamrv of the Officers, killed, mounded, and niissin Kit led.— Captain M'Cabe, 51st regiment; Capta lien. Dawson, 52d regiment, 1st. Battalion. , fVoundtd~ Lieutenant Geo. Rideout, 43d Foot . flt Uati. severely, amputated ; Lieut. H, M THE LVTI3 MR. PERCEVAL. Mr. Charles Grant, jun. of Waternish, on being elected for the Boroughs of Inverness, Nairn, & c. addressed his constituents in a most eloquent and impressive speech, of which the following is an extract: — " Willingly, Gentlemen, would I now close the series of events which made the last session so me- morable, but more yet remains. That session na » stained with innocent Mood,— blackenrd by a crime rarely known io our annals. The first olficer of the crown, engaged in ihe most sacred functions of his ministerial capacity, that of meeting the- repre- sentatives of the people, fell, in the very sanctuary of parliament, by lite hand of r. ti assassin. You joined in that very cry of horror which hurst from all quarters of the kingdom. You laid your duti- ful sympathies at the foot of the throne. Antl never were sympathies more truly excited, never ere tears more just than those which, flowed over the grave, of Mr. Perceval. Equally to be admired is a minister and a man, w hile the purity of his rinciples. his blameless and exemplary life, the armlh of his affections, the gentleness of his heart, he ardour of his charity, peculiarly fitted him for | the sheltered scenes of domestic happiness,— the dignity of his intellect, the keenness of his pene- tration, the justness of his views, his loyalty to the constitution, his ardent patriotism, his unimpeaclr- ble virtue, his matchless intrepidity in the cause of duty, signally pointed him out for that lofty sphere, o which he was elevated. Who can forget with bat. magnanimity he rose in defence of the crown, lien Ihe crown seemed to be lefl without anv de- fence! Who ran forget that the exigency of the isis, that test of real genius, before which lillle men sink, and great men become themselves, seemfil to inspire him with talents and energies, eveu be- yond those of his ortlinarv range— while lie pro- tected the throne from violation ; while with filial solicitude he watched over the sick couch of his Sovereign; while lie shielded that venerable head from the shafls of faction and malignity ; while he opt at bay a host of opponents, not more formi- dable for numbers, than for ability and resolution; hus at the same lime satisfying the claims of hu- manity, and the sterner dictates of justice, nhey- ng his affections and his reason, and performing at mice in every part, his duty as a son to a father, as a subject to liis King, as a citizen to the com- monwealth. Who can forget that eloquence, not perhaps of the higlie t order, yet distinguished by raits of greatness; Hot perhaps measured iu its inarch, nor nurtured ill the shady spaces of philo- ophv, yet keen, active, penetrating, admirably fitted for combat, pliable in its movements, invln- inle in dehate, triumphant in reply—. that elo- uence, which, yvithout courting the flowers of incy, was yet sometimes elevaled to a sublime height by the mere force of inward sentiment, by tlie intense conviction of a generous, high souled prin- iple? Well do I remember the indignant tone in which, but a few nights before his death, he as- serted the cause of the Constitution ; when in allu- iou lo the disturbances which have disgraced Eng- land, in a speech literally carried along by the ac- clamations of an admiring audience, he reprobated he opinion of those who recommended delay in the use of coercive measures; when he exclaimed, Shall we await to sec who is the next victim of assassination ?," Gentlemen, his murderer was then in Ihe House of Commons. Those words were at tlyit moment ringing in the ears of him who was eslined to make them prophetic. Thai cause of lory is closed, but though he is gone, he has left behind hiir. an example which posterity will not willingly forget.— He has, above all, lefl to every statesman, a striking lesson how much public virtue embellished and sanctified by private excel- eiice s and how truly he consults his fame, who in he first instance consults only his conscience. ' Forgive me. Gentlemen, if I have detained you oo long round that tomb ; a tomb made sacred by h excellence, and by the griefs of a whole peo- ple; and round which the virtuous life of that great ratio, and the circumstances of his death, have con- pired to throw a lustre as of a martyrdom." UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGE, Dec. 25. Oil Tuesday last, IN Lincoln's- Inn Hall, the Lord Chancellor appointed the hearing of the petition against the late election of the Master of Downing college, for the first day upon which Ihe Court shall sil after the holidays. He lias since given notice that he will commence his sitting on Monday Ihe 11th of January next.— The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge has ordered 7,000 copies of the Bishop of Lincoln's Charge upon the subject of the Roman Catholic Claims, to be printed for general circulation. OXFORD, Dec. 26. At a General Ordination held in the Cathedral Church of Christ, in Oxford, by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, on Sunday last, the following Gentlemen were ordained : — Deacons— T. C. Glyn, II. A. and II. Randolph, R. A. Students of Christ church ; E. Whitehead, M. A. and R. G. Andrews, M. A. Scholars of Corpus; G. May, R. A. Curate of Stoiiesfield, and G. White. A. I!. Curate of Bcightwell, of Oriel college; F. Thilrland, B A. Chaplain of New ; J. Villon, M. A. and J. Williams, R. A. Scholars of Worcester; C. Eddy, M. A. II. Winstanley, IS. A. and W. Hancock, A. B. Demies of Magdalen; 1' Cardwell, M. A. Fellow of Brasenose; T. Wood- roffi', A B. Fellow of St. John's; J. Brigstock \. B. Scholar of Jesus; W. James, A. M. Fellow of Hxeter. Priests—. T. P. Uotelcr, A. B. of Merlon college. Curate of Rolherfield Grays; J. Butler, M. A. Fclloiv of Pembroke ; C. Rose, Fellow of Lincoln; P. Peuson, M. A Chaplain of New; J. H. Nor- man, B; C. L. of Trinity, Curate of Broadtvell. To THE PRINTERS. SIRS,— Your Correspondent R. S. appears to be excluded from the privilege of proving ( lis de- mand on the Aylesbury Bank, oil the plea that * Ihe Precaution is necessary to prevent fraud on lie Bankrupts' estate;"— but if on the one hand I is perfectly right to prevent any l. oss lo tin Bankrupts' estate through the admission of un justifiable claims; vet on the other, it must be ulmitted that there is a manifest impropriety ill the mid estate receiving any Advantng* frain the circumstances alluded to, and through which, Ihe loss incurred by certain individuals, secures larger dividend lo tile other creditors. IV- b- n. X. Z. The 14th and I'M if this Moalh. TlilSH. of the Old State Lottery Offices, • No. 4, Coruhill, and No. 9, Ch iriug- Cro- s London, respectfully informs his Friends and Public general, the Lottery will he all drawn 11th and 15th of THIS MONTH. Tickets and Shares are selling in great Variety at both the above Offices, and by the undermentioned Agents, of whom Schemes may be had gratis : J. FREEMAN, Bookseller.— Northampton. J. TURNER, Printer,— Coventry. Bisn soidseven Capiialslasl Lottery, and 13 the Lottery before, several Shares of which were sold by his Agents IO Persons in these Counties. Grand JS'exe Year's Lotltry. SWIFT & Co. ( the Contractors) beg Leave to remind the Public, that the NEW YEAR'S LOTTRRY will be drawn in Two DAYS, viz THURSDAY, Ihe 14th of THIS MONTH, And the following Day, The Scheme, with only 13,000 Tickets contain 2 Prizes of _£ 20,0f) 0 ' 2 10,000 4 .. 2.000 6 1,000 C 5,000 And 2,470 of £ 30. =£ 25, See. In this Lottery there are NO CLASSES, as every Ticket will be drawn separately from the Wheel, in the same Manner as the Old English Lotteries.— Tickets and Shares are selling at SWIFT FT CO'S. 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Those who are satisfied that in regular I'rac- tice there is no Remedy for Consumption, will feel it their Duty to try this Medicine, which is com- pounded with a Drug never before used. Sold. Wholesale and Retail, by G. Walker, 106, Great Portland- Street, London; and Retail bv the Printers ot this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton, and mav also be ordered ot any Person who sails Patent Med ciiies. Price 2s. 9d. each Box. ( I3T Just published, An ES* AV on the CAUSES, PREVENTION, and CURE, of CONSUMPTION ; in which the Dangers of Bleeding and Starving are explained. By I.. HOPE. I'rice 2s. BONAPARTE. " When tl| ou once " Wast beaten from Modena, where tltou shew'st ' Hirtius and I'ansa, Consuls, at thy Heel ' Did Famine follow; whom thou fought against, ' Though daintily brought up, yvith Patience more ' Than Savages could suffer: Thou didst drink ' The Stale of Horses, nnd the gilded Puddle ' Which Beasts would cough at ; thy Palate thet did deign •• The rougiie- t Berry on the rudest Hedge; ' Yea, like the Stag, yvhen Snow the Pasture sheets, ' The Barks of Trees thou browsed'st; on the Alps " It is reported thou didst eat strange Flesh, " Which some did die to look oil :" Sbakspearc. All I his and more did Bonaparte suffer on his re- treat from Moscow, but not like Anthuny, with a soldier's patience, No ! This modern Xerxes, when dangers star'd him in the face, impatient with rage, vexation, and disappointment, lie abandoned all, and took a rein- deer's flight, leaving behind him, as a precious Legacy lo Ihe small remnant of his deluded Army, those " frightful Calamities" which his slili more affrighted Soul compelled him to cry out against— base and treacherous General I Afiei Ihe many specious Promises of personal Support thou, like a cow ardtliief, disturbed al midnight hour earnest lurking Home, afraid lo tell thy flattering Dignitarifs, that Ihou fledett through Fear:— Arch Fiend of Tyranny I thou canst not blush— Remor. e thou hast none; e'l.- e nviuld Ihe Blood of 250,000 Souls w liich thou ledest out to perish, for thy ambi- tions Purposes, have crimsoned thy pale Cheeks. " Oh God, which this Blood mads'st, revenge ( their) Death! " Oil Earth, which this Blood drink'st, revenge ( their) Death ! " Fithcr, Heaven, with Lightning strike tbe Mur- derer dead, " Or Earth gape open yvide, and eat him quick." Look hack, fierce Monster, upon that magnani- mous Counlry, Which thy Ambition would have fettered, and learn from lhence to feel how small and truly insignificant Ih'ou art. What is becomeof ( lie 300,000 Men in Arms which were to have given the finishing Stoke to Europe? Instead of them " if thou delight to view the heinous deeds," behold their Wives and Children filling the Earth " with cursing Cries, and deep Exclaims" against Ihe fell Destroyer of Mankind. Brave Russia we owe thee innch— the World at large still owes thee more : for thou hast taught it how to conquer or to die. The Sacrifices which the Inhabitants of those snowy Regions have so cheer- fully made, and Ihe cruel Losses which Ihey have so undeservedly sustained, claims for them the Admi- ration of all Distinctions. Britain at all Times ready to assist and relieve tbe distressed, ever seek- ing for opportunities to commiserate the Miseries of others, lias laudably adopted the Means of present Help. Added to the Grant of Parliament, Sub- scriptions are opened, and a general Spirit of Cou- tribuiion pervades throughout, yvhich we ardently hope will eventually raise a Sum not unworthy the Acceptance of Ihe Russian Monarch, in Aid to that Relief, w hich is due to his suffering Subjects, thou- sands of whom are now left homeless and destitute, by a ferocious Invader, who, like a relentless flame, devoured their all. The present Season is peculiarly adapted to Acts of Benevolence ; and when we duly feel for the Distresses of our suffering fellow Craa- lures at Home, let us not shut up our Bowels of Mercy to the infinitely more aggravated distress of those Abroad. There is no belter Method of eomra al the general Feelings of the People than by County Meetings: here the Heart expands itself in Acts of mutual Sensibility. If these should be adopted, God grant We may find all the choice Abilities of the Country exercised in laudably promoting JESUIT'S DROPS. I" HE true original JESUIT'S DROPS are now prepared by SHAW SC EDWARDS, 66, on the Footway, St. Paul's Church- Yard, Successors to Joseph Wessells. The Jesuit's Drops have been long known and esteemed a safe, cheap, effectual, and often an imme- diate Cure for Strangury, Gleets, Weakuess of the Kidneys, or Bladder; and when taken on the first Attack of Venereal Infection, they will infallibly accomplish the desired Effect: Should the Complaint be far advanced, it will be necessary to take the Spe citic Remedy with the Jesuit's Drops. The many Depredations made on tbe Property of the Proprietors, compels them to give this Caution, that no one Bottle will be sent out of their House without S H A W and E D W A R D S ( Successors toJ. Wr. ssELLs), 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, engraved on the Stamp. All others which are sold without the above Names are Impositions on the Public.— Price2t. 9d.— lis and tis. Sold Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell Higgs, Harborough; Loggin. Aylesbury; Tomalin, and Wilkinson, Daventry ; Gallard, Towcester; Poul- ter & Knighton, Stonv- Stratford ; and Pace. Oumfle. 1. 1 MClvKTS and SHARKS for the STATE LOTTERY to be drawn the 11th and lath of JANUARY, are on Sale at the Office of HAZARD, BURN, & Co. Stock- Brokers, Royal- Exchange, London. This Lottery consists of 13,000 Tickets only, and the Scheme contains 2 Prizes of £ 20,000 2 Ditto J.. 10,000 4 Ditto - 2,000 6 Ditto l. CHO& c. & c. Letters, P » st- paid, duly answered, and Orders from the Country, accompani^ with Remittance, punc- tually attended to. Albion Fire and Life Insurance Company, NEW B N I DR. RT- SI R E ET, LONDON; EMPOWERED UV ACl'OF PARLIAMENT. ACF. NTA: — NOSIHAMPTON,— Mr. Spencer Hesketh. BANBURY,— Mr. John Gardner. OXFORD, — Mr Joseph Andrews. INSURANCES falling due at Christmas should be renewed within fifteen Days from that Period. Abatements are made, accbrding to the Plan which originated with this Company, on the Premiums ol all Fire Insurances OUT OP LONDON. A large Ad vantage i> allowed on Life Inurance; and every Facility is afforded by which the Intetest and Con- venience of the Public may be promoted. WARNER PHI PPS, Secretary. Charles Harper and John M'Whinre, of Srow's- tields, Kuiry, blacking and emerj- paper manufectu- rers, d. Sec.. Jan. 2, 5, an> i . Feb. 6. at Guildhall.— AitofiiieS, Messrs. Stratum Si Allport, Shoieaitch. Thomas Whitwell, ot Liverpool, merchant, d. & c. Jan. 1- 2, 20, and Feb. 6, st the Clobe Tavern, Liver- pool.— Attomies, Mcosra. Daltera & Topham, Li- verpool . John Dunkerlev, of Oldham, Lancashire, cotton- manufacturer, il.& c Jan. 26, 27, and Feb. 6, at the star Inn, Manchester.— Attorney, Mr. Heslop, Man- chester. William Jackson, of Hincklev, Leicestershire, hosier, d. & c. Jan. 2 ', 31, and Feb. 6, at the George Inn, l- Iincklej'.— Attorney, Mr. Jarvis, Hinckley. John Moan, of Prestwich, Lancashire, cott'on- manufaclurer. d. See. Jan. 15, 16, and Feb. 6, at the Bridgevvater Arms Manchester.— Attornies, Messrs. Duckwo; th, CUippendall, & Denison, Manchester. William AUam, of Heading, Berkshire, barge- builder, Dec. 29. Jail. 11, and Feb. 6, at the Bear In", Reading.— Attorney, Mr. Newberj, Reading. John Rothery Thompson, of Hunslett, Yorkshire,- ' drysalter, d. & c. Jan. 27, 28, and Feb. 6, at the Hull and Mouth Inn, Leeds.— Attorney, Mr. Black- burn, Leeds. Robert Pester, of Bristol, maltster, d. & c. Dec, 31, . Ian. 8, and Feb. 6, at the Rummer Tavern, Bristol.— Attorney, Mr. Frankis, Bristol. John Branderth, of Bolton- le- Moors, Lancashire^ cottoi- spinner, manufacturer, d. & c. Jan. 6, 7, ami Feb. 6, at the Bridge Inn, Bolton- le- Moors.— Altor- nies, Messrs. Kay & Boiling, Bolton- le. Moors. Stephen Hunt, juu. of Cadnan, Southampton, dealer and chapman, Jan. 22, 23, and Feb. 6, at the White Horse, Rumsey.— Attomies, Messrs. Holmes & Son, Romscy. Thomas Russell, of Upper Seymour- street, Mid- dlesex, grocer, d. & c. Dec. 29, Jan. 6, and Feb. 6, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Clarke, Bislwps- gate- strcet. William Croplev, of Cambridge, hardwareman, ,& c. Dec. 19. Jan 9, and Feb. 6, at CuildhaR, London.— Attorney, Mr. Blacklovv, Frith- street, Solto. Benjamin Paine, of Circus- lodge, Royal- hill, Greenwich, Kent, auctioneer, d. See. Dec. 29 Jan. 9, and Feb. " - ' ' Mr. Ease from Lameness und Pain, in a few Hours. •' SMiF. BRITISH OINTMEN T for CORNS, pre- S- pared by W. NAY LOR, Chymical Colour- Maker to His Majesty. This most excel lent Ointment never fails curing hard or soft Corns in a very short Time, and gives Ease in a few Hours. No other Trouble is required in using it, than rubbing a little on tin; Corn^ Night and Morning, with the Finger. The Proprietor begs Leave to observe, tlie Afflicted may- rest assured of a Cure, as this is not, like many published Things, an Imposition on the Public. By Appointment of the Proprietor, it is sold, Wholes. de, by Dicey Sc Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; and Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Tomalin, Daventry ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Mather, Wellingborough ; I'algrave.. Bedford ; Loggin, Ay les- bury and Leighton; and by one Medicine Vender in every Market Town. Price 2s. 6d. Duty included. TO THE PUBLIC. R|~, HE DIRECTORS of the EAGLE INSURANCE I. OFFICE, LONDON, . in return for the very flattering Patronage their Establishment has received, beg Leave respectfully to offer their grateful Acknow- ledgments, and thus publicly to pledge themselves to a Continuance of the same Promptitude and Libe rality, in the Adjustment of Losses, which they have hitherto adopted with such general Satisfaction. 83" The Advantages gained by insuring at this Office, consist in the PAYMENT of RENT of any Premises destroyed by Fire, and in the Abatement ol ON E- TENTH part of tlie Premium usually paid to other Offices. — Damage by Lightning made Good. Policies expiring at Christmas may be renewed within Fifteen Days from that Period. AGENTS. Northampton,— Mr. JOHN FREEMAN, Stationer. Yardley- Gobion,— Mr. WILLIAM SANDERS, Draper. Wellingborough,— Mr. PALMER, Brandy- Merchant. Daventry,— Mr. N. TARVER, Ironmonger. Towcester,— Mr. JAMES KIRBV, Baker. Wecdon,— Mr. NATHANIEL TARVSR. Bedford,— Mr. JOSEPH BROWN, Auctioneer. Dunstable,— Mr. JOHN DURHAM, Surveyor Melton- Mowbray,— Mr. ROBERT TAYLOR. Hinckley,— Mr. ROBERT DRINO, Grocer. Fenny- Stratford, — Mr. BEN J AMINDUM V I L LE, Draper Litde- Brickhill, — DAVID KING& SON, Grocers. Amersham,— Mr. KERSLEY FOWLER, Innkeeper. Oxford,— Mr. JAS. RICHARD DEWDNEY. Cheshunt,— Mr. HENRY CRAWTER. Hertford,— Mr. J. H. KIMPTON, Auctioneer. St. Albans,— S. G. SHAW, Bookseller. Redburn, — Mr. THOMAS ASHBY. Market- Street,— Ml. THOS. EMERTON, Schoolmaster. Ware,— Mr. EnyVARD HOBBS, Auctioneer. Rickmansworth,— MT. THOMASWILSON, Ironmonger. Bishops- Stortford,— Mr. W. BATES, Schoolmaster. Waltham. Cross,— Mr. COPE, Grocer Coventry,— Mr. JOHN MERRIDEW, Printer. Birmingham, — Mi". CHAS. BENNETT. 1F1E GENUINE NR JOIINSO- MV, GOLDEN OINTMENT Prepared by WILLIAM SINGLETON, NO. 2, UNION- PLACE, LAMBETH, Surrey. i^ IIIS Ointment is an effectual Remedy in In- ^ ffammations, Films, Specks, or any other Dis- order incident to the Eyes; having completely effect- ed Thousands of Cures when all other Means had failed. ( Pf" Purchasers are requested to see that the Bill of Direction given them with this Article, has the Proprietor's Name as is under- written; All not signed are Counterfeits, This Ointmenf? w s:.., ll:, on S No--.,! n: on- P1'( ce' prepared by me, S Wlll';",, Slcton' ; Lambeth. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church- Yard, and'by the Printers ol this Paper; and, Retail, by Robins, Daventry; Inns and Gallard, Toyvcester; Harrod Scarborough ; In- wood and Barringer, f.' ewport. Pagnell; Mather, Wei. lingborough ; Collis & Dash, Kettering; and by all other Venders of Medicine in the Kingdom; Price 2s. per Pot with full Directions. M1E celebrated ABSTBROENX LOlION for removing all Diseases of the Skin, Pints 4s. 6d. Half Pints2s. 9d. warranted genuine from Dr. Solomon, Liverpool, is the most elegant, fragrant, mild, safe and valuable Liquid or Wash for Scorbutic and other Eruptions on the Faoe and Skin. It re- stores the Skin to a Degree of Fairness and Puritj and removes every Kind of Stain, Tan, Sun- burn, and all those Freckles which long Illness and Fatigue generally produce: in short, it is the only (' osmetic a Lady can use at her Toilette with Ease and Comfort, or a Gentleman have Recourse to when Shaving is become a dreadful Operation by an eruptive Disease on the Face. Likewise, SOLOMON'S DETERGENT OINT- MENT, for the Cure of old Wounds, Sore or Scald Heads, Ulcers, Chilblains, Sore Legs, Scorbutic or Scrofulous Htlmours, chapned iJ » nd « , Burns or Scalds, Gangrene or Mortification, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire. Fistula, Piles, King's Evil, & c. having been used in the above Diseases upwards sf • 15 Years with unparalleled Success. Sold by the Primers ot this Paper; Barringers. and Bliss, Newport- l'agnell; Beesley, Banbury ; and all other Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. Observe the Words " Samuel Solomon, Liverpool," is engraved on the Stamp. THE GENUINE MEDICINE, SpiJsburys Patent Antiscorbutic Drops, Hasthe Words, " By the King's Patent," expressed on the Bottles, Billot Direction, and Outside Wrapper, and the King's Duly is printed in black Ink. — In BottlesofSix Shillings,— Double Ten Shillings and Sixpence,— and largest One Pound Two Shillings, Duty included.— Compound Essence Ss. To Mr. Sl'lLSBU RV, IS, Soho Square, London. SIR. Cranbrook, July 18, 1S12. HAYING experienced so much Benefit from your PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, without Ingratitude I cannot let it remain unknown to yourself and the Public. 1 was sadly alflicteu witli the Scurvy in my Legs, yvhich for two Years gra- dually became worse, till I had above 409 Holes in them, above- 20 of which were much broader than a Shilling. ' My State being known to a humane Gentleman, he informed me of a Case very similar to mine: the Person had been confined to Bed the greatest Part of two Years, and by taking a few small Bottles of your Drops, was soon cured. By his Recommendation 1 was induced to give them a trial, and to my great Surprise and Comfort, 1 soon found my Sores healed, and after taking three small Bottles 1 could do my Work yvithout Inconvenience. To prevent the Re- turn of the Disease, 1 take about one small Bottle each Y'ear, yvhich has fully succeeded to my Wishes ; and I remain your obliged humble Servant, THOMAS KENNARD. Witness, Jos. DOBELL. Sold by the Printers of this Paper, and all other Medicine Venders UTILITY AND ELEGANCE COMBINED Under the Illustrious Patronage- of their / loyal Highnesses the Princess of IYAI. ES und Duke of SVSSEX, the Spanish Ambassador, and most of the Nobility. MACASSAR OIL for the HAIR. This on is proudly recommended on the Basis ot Truth and Experience, and the most respectable Testimonial , 1 tsVirttiesare composed of vegetable Ingredients from a Tree in the Island of Macassar in the East- Indies, ft possesses Properties of the most salubrious Nature for restoring the Hair when it has been bald for Years preserves it from tailing off or turning Grey, to the latest Period ot Life ; produces on the Tresses a most beautiful Gloss, Scent, and Curl; also is pre- eminent for Children's Hair, instead ot Soaps, Sec. ; it clear ses the Hair much easier, is extremely pleasant to the Infant, and brings the Hair to a beautiful State , promotes the Growth ot Whiskers and Eye- Brows; — in tine, renders the Hair of Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children inexpressibly attracting. View Rowland's Treatise on the Improvement of the Human Ha r, illustrative of the Virtues of the Macassar Oil, with a Number ofTesiimonials ( highly worthy the Attention of Parents) included with each Bottle in the Wrapper, which is signed on the Out- side, A. Rowland and Son, in red Ink, without which none are genuine. Sold at .' is. 6d. 10s. fid. and One Guinea per Bottle, by the Proprietors, Rowland Ic Son, Kirby- Strret, Hatton- Garden; and by their Appointment, by all Wholesale and Retail Perfumers and Medicine Venders in London; and by the Printers ot this Paper, and Mr. Sharp, Perfumer, North- ampton ; and T. Ward, Daventty, who have jusi received a fresh Supply; and by all Perfumers, Hair- Cutters, and Medicine Venders in every Town throughout ihe Empire.— Beware ot Counterfeits; the Genuine is signed A. Rowland & Sow. — Of whom may be had, patronized by her Royal Highness the Duchess of York, and his Excellency the Duke Del lntantado, and by the first Physicians in the World, AI. SANA EXTRACT, or the ABYSSINIAN BOTANICAL SPECIFIC, for eradicating all Dis- orders of the TEETH and GUMS, and rendering them extremely beautiful. SoldatlOs 6d. aud4s. 6J. per Bottle, or in Powder, at 2s. 9d. per Box. 6, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Turner, Kirby- street, Hatton. garden. John Hair, of Btook- street, 1 ambeth, Surry, mer- chant, Jan. 2, 12, and Feb. 6, at Guildhall.— At- tornies, Messrs. Wilkinson ic Greenwood, Queen, stre- t, Cheapside. William Stephenson, late of Leeds, merchant, d. & c Jau. 8, 9, aud Feb. 6, at the Buil and Mouth Inn, Leeds.— Attornies, Messrs. l'ottie & Richard, son, leeds. William Ball, of Liverpool, merchant, d. & c. Jan. 20, 21, and Feb. 6, at the Star Inn, Manchester. — Attornies, Messrs. Milne, sergeant, & Milne. Manchester. John Haywood, ot Cateaton- street, London, ware- houseman, d. & c. Jan. 2, 16, and Feb. 6, at Guild- hall.— Attornies, Messrs. Holmes Sc Fiike, Mark- lane. Fenchurch- street. Thomas Wilkinson, of Cateaton- street, London, warehouseman, d. Sc c. Jan. 2. 9, and Feb. 6, at Guildhall — Attorney, Mr. Adams, Old- Jewry. John Cockburn, of South- Shields, Northumber- land, grocer, Jan. 11, 12, and Feb. 6, at the George Inn, Newcastle- upon- Tyne.— Attorney, Mr. Baia- bridge, South- Shields. John Jones, ol Shepherd's- market, May- fair, Mid- dlesex, dealer and chapman, Jan. 9, 12, and Feb. 6, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Few, Ashmore, & Hamilton, Henrietta- street, Covent. garden. Dennis Griffiths, of Canterbury, linen- draper, Jan. 2. 9, and Feb. 9, at Guildhall, London — Attorney, Mr. Harvey, Staplehurst, Kent. John Cox, of Ilmiaster, Somersetshire, shopkeeper, d.& c Jan. 12, 20, and Feb. 6, at the White Liou Inn, Bristol.— Attorney, Mr. Clarke, Bristol. Elizabeth Browne, of Holborn, London, milliner, d. Sec. Jan. 2, 9, and Feb. S, at Guildhall.— Attor- ney, Mr. Dimes, Friday. street, Chrapside. Gabriel Surenne, ot Dean- street, Westminster, goldsmith, d. Sc c. Jan. 2, 12, and Feb 9, at Guild- hull.— Attorney, Mr. lllacklow, Frith- street, Soho. Richard Mason, late of Norfolk- street, Middlesex Hospital, Middlesex, carver and gilder, d. Sc c. Jan. 5, 9, and Feb. 9, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Williamson & Rimmer, Clitford's- Inn. Thomas Creasser, of Garraby New Inn, Yorkshire, innkeeper, d. & c. Jan. II, 12, and Feb 9, at the Blacksmiths' Arms, Syvinegate.— Attornies, Messrs. Watson & Cowling, York. Richard Turner, of Birmingham, builder, Jan. II, 12, and Feb. 9, at the Swan Hotel, Birmingham.— Attornies, Messrs. Spurrier & Ingleby. Thomas Napier, ot Liverpool, merchant, Jan. 19, 20, and Feb. 2, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool.— Attorney, Mr. Davies Liverpool. Thomas Cox, of Chipping- Sodbury, Gloucester- shire, innholder, d. See. Jan. 7, 9, and Feb. 9, at the RumuierTavern, Bristol.— Attorney, Mr. Frankis, Bristol. Bankruptcies enlarged. Ceorge Laing, ot the City- road, Middlesex, mer- chant, from Dec. 22 to Feb 9, at Guildhall. Stribblehiil Norwood May, of Great St. Helen's, London, merchant, Jan. 9, at Guildhall. DIVIOESES to be made to CREDITORS. Jan. 15. Richard Phillips, of Chipping- Norton, •'— butcher, at the. White Ffart lun, the For Pimples, Blotches, Freckles, Ring- lVorms, Black, ll'nrms. Carbuncles, & c. the greatest Clearer and UejutiJiee of the Face, is undoubtedly TYCE'S ANTISCORBUTIC D£ OPS; WHICH are seriously recommended to all Mothers, Guardians," the Faculty, and Public in general, as a certain Cure for foul Humours of the Blood, pimpled Face ; Surfeits, Scurvy, Scrofula, Scald- Head in Children, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, Vene- rea! Ulcers ( when Mercury has failed), festering and other Eruptions on the Skin, whether from Inocu- lation ot the Small- Pox, Cow- l'ox, or any Cause whatever, effecting the same, in less Time, with greater Safety, and at a smaller Expense, than any other Medicine yet discovered. Price 2s. 9d. or five Bottles ( value 2s. 9d. each) in one, for 12s. The following Case is a strong Proof of the supe- rior Efficacy of these Drops:— An Infant, aged four Years, the Son of Mr. Bunutt, Miller, of Whitchurch, had a violent Scorbutic liruption all over his Body, particularly the Face, insomuch that a Swelling on the Side of the Nose, the Size of a Pigeon's Egg, entirely closed one liye, and much affected the other. Having had ail the Medical Assistance possible for eighteen Months without Relief, he was induced, through Recommendation, to try these Drops, which had the desired Effect; and in three Weeks the Child was perfectly cured, the Sight of the Eye restored, and has continued in perfect Health ever since. This Infant had been inoculated for the Covv- Pox, about three Months prior tothe Appearance of the Eruption. Many other remarkable and well. attested Cures, which are too long for Insertion in an Advertisement, may be seen in the Bill of Directions round eachBottle. — Be particular in asking for Tyce's Antiscorbutic Drops. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, John Tyce, No. 20, Hatton- Garden, London; and, Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, and Edge, North- ampton ; Mather, Wellingborough; and ail Venders proem geaerouj and manly IJ » As,"" MB£' ef Medicines in the Kingdom liobcrts's Medicated Vegetable W ater. MRS VICAKY, of West- Bucklaud, near Barn, staple, Devon, was for three Years afflicted with four Scrofulous Wounds in her Throat: deprived of Rest, and unable to obtain Relief, she was advised to have Recourse to Roberts's Medicated Vegetable IVater, and by taking about Haifa Dozen of the small Bottles, is now perfectly cured.— Her Sister, who had an ulceratcd Sore Leg during nineteen Yeats, was also completely restored by the Use of four small Bottles. GEORGE DAV I E, of the Parish of Swymbridge, in the County of Devon, was afflicted yvith the King's- Evil or Scrofula ill both Legs, so as to be rendered incapable of folloyving his Labour for two Years; during nine Months of yvhich Period be was con- fined to his Bed : in that distressed State he had Re- course to the best Medical Assistance the Neighbour- hood allbrded, but yvithout Success. At length, he was recommended to try Roberts's Medicated Vegetable Hater, and by taking three of the small Bottles, he is now, under the Blessing of Providence, peifectly restored. These Cases are respectably attested. Further In- formation may be obtained on personal Application to the Parties or by Letter, Post- paid. The Efficacy of this celebrated Restorative, in tlie radical Cure of" Cancer, Scrofula, oi King's- Evil, Leprosy, Scurvy, and all other Scorbutic Affections, having been confirmed by the Experience of many Years, it is confidently recommended to the Afflicted ; and as the inveterate Complaint of Cancer, wherever centered, and Scrofula, submit to its t. pecific Vir- tues; those of an inferior Description, such as ulce- rated Sore Legs, Scald- Head, Flushings, Pimpled Faces, & c. are quickly eradicated. It is alto an Anti- dote of that Dejection of Spirits arising from Sturdy, to which the Natives of this Country are particularly liable. This valuable Medicine is sold in Half- pint Bottles at 6s. each ; and in large Bottles, containing five Half- pints, at 22s. each, Duty included ; with rcmarkaUe Cases of Cancer, & c. and copious Directions, signed by the Proprietor, Daniel Roberts, Painswick, Glou- cestershire; by Appointment, by Dicey & Sutton, Wholesale Agents, London ; and Retail by theP/ inters of this Paper, and most reputable Venders ot Medi- cines in the United Kingdom. WYMAN's AN 11 BILIOUS PILLS 80 justly esteemed for their easy and certain _ Operation in removing ail Bilious Complaints, Oxfordshire, Chipping- Norton. Jan. 20 E. Toller, of Godmnnchester, Huntingdon, shirt, corn- buyer, at the George, Huntingdon. Jan. 20. S. Summers, ot Birmingham, dealer, at the Royal Hotel, Birmingham. Jan. 22. A. Durham, jun. of Birmingham, grocer, at the Littleton Arms, Penkridge, Staffordshire. LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchange, Monday, Dec. 28, 1812. We had a pretty good supply of Wheat this morn- ing, and but few buyers appearing, tlie sales are dull, at a decline of from 2s. to 3s. per quarter. Fine Barleys being scarce, have advanced about 2s. per quarter, but inferior sorts are without alteration. Mall meets a brisk sale at our last quotation. Tick Beans and White Peasaie rather plentiful, rind with Grey Peas ( which continue scarce) support the but noted prices ; but the two former articles sell but slowly. We have had a very scanty arrival of Oats, Woth iu the course of last week and this morning; yet'the de- mand being very small, uo advance has taken place on last Monday's prices. of sedentary Lives, where sufficient Action of the Bowels is not kept up; also for Pers. iis yvho have impaired their Constitutions by free Living; and in eaily Attacks of the Gout are peculiarly useful, by alleviating the Severity of the Fit, and shortening its Duration. They have been found highly useful pre- paratory to, or during Sea Bathing, These Pills re- quire no particular Regimen or Confinement, and do not contain any Mercurial or Antimonial Preparation. Prepared and sold by W. Wyman, Surgeon, Ket- tering. Sold, VVholesale, by Dicey & Suiton, No. 10, Bow Church- Y'ard, London ; and, Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, Edge, and Marshall, North- ampton; Sanderson & Bcale, and Mather, Welling- borough; Tomalin, Wilkinson, and Bates, Daventry; Reeve, Higham- Ferrers ; Yorke& S immers, Oundle ; lieesley, Banbury; Barringer, ant Inwoid, Newpor'- Pagnell; Queneborough, Dunstable; Alsop, Luton; Harrod, and Bull, Market- FIarborough; Inns, and Calla: d, Toyvcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Hawkes, Lutterworth; l'algrave, Bedford ; Gardner, Biggles- wade ; Richardson, and Rogers, Stony- Stratford; F. Wheeler, Aylesbury; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leigh- ton; Ward, Hinckley; Eaton, Thrapston; Jacob, Peterborough ; Roberts, Southim ; Sharpe, Warwick ; l. uccuck, Kinibolton; Emery, St. Neots; I. ovcll, Huntingdon; Tapp, and Perks, Hitchin; Wallis, Olney ; Rowell, Rugby; Warde, Stratford- upon- Avon; Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry; and by every Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. per Box, Duty included. Be careful to ask tor WVMAN'S Antibilious Pills. Wheat 85s. to 105s. Fine — s. tol20s. Superfine — s. to — s. Fine White. .130s. tol32s. is ye 6!),. to 75,. Barley 50s. to 68s. Mait 95s. to 100s White Peas.. 90s. to! 05s. Boilers — s. to — s. Suffolks . ..— s. tol2Ss. Ctey Peas . .88s. to 92s. Fine — s. to — s. Beans 70s. to 74s. Fine — s. to 76s. Ticks 64s. to 7fs. Oats H6i. to 41s. Poland* 36s to 43.. Potatoe uittoSOs. to 56 . Average of Wheat, 125s. 5Jd._ 5s. 2Jd. lower than last return. Fine Flour, 105s. to 110>.— Seconds, 100s. to 105s. Average of Flour 109s, 6id.— the same as last return. PRICE or SEEDS. Carraway 75s. od. to 80s. Od. ) Coriander 3fls. Od. to 40s. Od. f Red Clover 70s. Od. toll2s. Od. ( Percw » * White ditto 110s. Od. tol50s. Od.) RyeGia- s 28s. Od. to 45s. Od per quarter White Mustard 26s. Od. to 32s. Od. / 30s. Od. to 46s. Od. s ', er bustl Brown ditto... Turnip ... 16s. Od. to 20s. Od. ditto. Pi. ilC'li or HOPS. SACS. Kent 101. Sussex joi. Essex 101, POCK US. Kent 111. Sussex 101. Farnham 0s. to! 3I. Os. 0s. tolUL 0s. 0s. toI21. 0s. lis. tolSl. lgs; 10s. toHl. 0s. 0s. loSOl. 0s. SMITH F I E LD. — MONDAY, December 28. ( To sink theoflal— per stone ot Klbs.) Beef.. 4 Mutton5s Id. to 6s. Od. Od. to 6s. 6d. Veal 6s. Od. to 8s. Of. Pork 5s. 81. to 7s. 0d. BANKRUPTS required to surrender. Thomas Horton, of Shrewsbury, linen- draper, dealer and chapman, Jan. 14, 15, and Feb. 6, at tile George Inn, Northampton,— Attorney, Mr. Howes, Northampton. Thomas Hills, of Sandwich, Kent, ship- builder, d. Sc c, Jan. 8, 9, and Feb. C, at the Bell Inn Sandwich.— Attorney, Mr. Matson, Sandwich. Benjamin Pindar, of Kirton-* i- Lindsay, Lincoln- shire, miller, d. See. Jan. 7, 8, and Feb. 6, at the Angel Inn, Glamford- Iiriggs.— Attornies, Messrs. Nicholson, Brigs. F. dward Beebee, of Bilston,. Staffordshire, maltster, d. & c. Jan. 5, 6, and Jan. 6, at the Bradford Anns Inn, lversey Bank.— Attorney, Mr. Stuart, Bilston. Richard Wood, ot Harwich, Essex, fisherman, d. Sc c. Jan. 4, 5, asd Feb. 6, attheThree Cups Inn, Flarwich.— Attorney, Mr. Chapman, Harwich. Jonathan Bowers, of Stockport, Cheshite, cotton- spmner, d. Sc e. Jan. 22, 23, and. Feb. fi, at the Warren Bulkeley Arms Ihn, Stockpoit.— Attorney, Mr. Baddeley, Stockport. William Crouch, of King. street, Southyvark, painter, d.& c. Jan. 2, 9, and Feb. 6, at Guildhall. — Attornies, Messrs. Harvey Sc Warne, St. Helcu's- place, Bishopsgate- street. Benjamin Lewln, ot Bishopsgate- street, London, jeweller, d. & e. Jan. 5, 12, and Feb. 6, at Guild- hall.— Attorney, Mr. Paterson, Copthall- court, Throgmorton- street. Thomas PricUett, of the City. road, Middlesex, livery. stable- keeper, Jan. 2, 9, and Feb. 6, at Guild- lull — Attorney, Mr. Kcinot, Saltabury- straeVjSirind Head of Call/, i this Day — Beasts, about 1.900— Sheep 11,000.— Calves, 120— Pigs, 240. NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS. Beef.-. 3s. 8d. to5s. Cd. M\ ittor, 4s. Od. to 5s. 6d. Veal ,5s. Od. Jois. fid. Pork . 5> 8 1 to 7s Od. TownTallow 87s. Od. Yellow Russia8Ss. Od. White ditto 86s. Od. Soap ditto _. 83s. Cd. MeltingStufF70s. Od. Ditto rough 45s. Od. Graves 26s. 0, d. Good Dregs. 12s. 0d. SOAP— Yellow.. 9fis PRICE OF TALLOW. St. James's Market, ,5s. Id. Clare Market 5s. Id. Wlutechapel Maiket 5s. Od. 15s. 2i. Average per st, of81b. Si. 01.}- Od. Mottled.. 110s. Od. PRICE or LEATHER, PER POUND. Butts, SO to 5fil'o. each 22a. to25d. Ditto, 56 to 661b. each i& l. to23d. Merchants' Backs * 2d. to2M. Dressing Hides 20d 4 to22d. Fine Coach. Hides 22d. to24d. Crop Hides, 35to40lb. tor cutting 18d J tc20d J 46 to 501b. Calf Skm 80to40ib. 50 to 7010. 9i) to 80ib. 2! d. 32d. 38d. 38d. Small Seals ( Greenland! 33d. Large Ditto, 120s.- to 180s. per Dozen. Skins, 34s. to62s. to2Sd } lo33d. to46d. to45d. tr 34J. — Goat Northampton.: Printed and Published by and for T. Uiisy, IY. SVTTOX, S>" U. Snizaso).
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