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The Glocester Herald

07/01/1815

Printer / Publisher: G.F. Harris 
Volume Number: XIV    Issue Number: 694
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Date of Article: 07/01/1815
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~ PRINTED AND PUBLISHED, Foil THE PROPRIETORS, BY G. F. HARRIS. VOL. XIV. No. 694. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1815. PRICE SIX- PENCE HALFPENNY. WEDNESDAY'S POST. LONDON, TUESDAY, JAN. 3. SATURDAY NIGHTN GAZETTE. Whitehall, Dec. 17. THE Prince Reg. iK lias been pleased to grant the dignity ol a Baronet of the United Kingdom or Great Britain to tile following gentlemen and their lieir* male: General Sir Hew Dalrymple, of High Maik, co. IfiilAWtt. » t. Gen. Sir John Hamilton, of Woodbrook, eo. Tjri'iH. Richard Monntney Jcphson, of Spring Vale, Dor- War Office, Dec. 31. BREVET.— M tjoi- G. neral Sir G. Murray, K. B. to be Lient.- Gnieial in North America only.— Bri- jjadr- Major C. D. Siickelton, on the staff in Canada, to be Major in the atmy. STAFF— Major- General Lord Aylmer, to be Ad- jutant General in Ireland. HOSPITAL STAFF.— Dr. L. Cace'o, to be hospital- • ssiataiil to the Ibices. Two mails aie ainved troiu Halifax, and have brought H iifax Papers to the 10th lilt, and Boston to tin S3d ol November. An article trom the latter place of the 21* t No- vember says, that General Jackson had defeated our trnoti* in the South in a second battle, with the loss • 1400 killed. 1 He enemy had about 200 killed and wounded. No paiticnUr* are given. Tlie cousidei ation of the Conscription Bill had been postponed tor a few days in the House ot Re- Off tentative*. The pioposetl meeting of the New State* in Con- vention on ihe 15th of last month, has aeqtiired addi- tional uliengih and importance. Connecticut anil Rhode Island have already appointed delegates lo Bi. ei those from Massachusetts. New Hampshire • a- about lo lollaw their example. Tin Americans are - aid to have laid down the keels ef two 74' « in Sat keif- Harbour. The pest e with America w ill not occasion any re- laxation in our vigoious preparations. Men of war f » K die American station are still fitting st Ports- n. eiilh and at Plymouth, and orders have al- o been received lo prepare transports for a considerable fco ly of lioops tor American service. A sqnmlion of the 14th light dragoons arrived at Portsmouth on Saturday, lo embaik for America from Weymouth. Ttie aid regiment marched for Ihe same purpose on JUftinJxy ami ' I'm inlay. Various oilier corps are ex- pet lt d. There are sufficient transports ready lo tmiiaik 10 000. — Rehire the news of peace call rear' the Gull of Mexico, a serious attack, no doubt, will have been made on Ihe Americans in the Mississippi. The expedition- which - ailed trout Portsmouth, Ply- mouth, and (.' oik, did not ' oucli at Bermuda, but pi net edrd direct for the ni ou I lis of the above- men timiid river, whither Rear- Admiral Coekbiirn also has sailed to a- sist in Ihe opeiations which were to pio- eed under the immediate direction of tlie C'oui- ii aitdt- r in Chief Sir Alexander Cochrane. On Saturday evening Mr. Baker set off for Ply- mouth, to embark on board the Favourite corvette, for Aim lira, wilh the ratifif ation of the treaty of peace. Mr Kay, the messenger, goes with him, and Govt inn. ei. t have handsomely pt iniittcd Mi. Carrol, the American Gentleman » lii> carries out Ihe dis- patcher ol the American Commissioners with llier duplicate of the tieaty, lo go out in the same ship. Mr Bnktr and Mr. Caitoil left town together. Saturday advices weie received from Gtient which communicate Ihe following particulars as to the time to be granted for ruptures, subsequent lo the dttle of the ratification of the tieaty of Ghent, by the Ameri- can Pie. iileiit:— " I. Capture^ lo be valid on the coast of North America.' fourteen days posterior to the sanction of tbe Republican Executive. " 2. On the coast of Europe, thirty days posteiior io such sanction. I t, ihe southward of the f ine, one hundred and twenty ( lavs pot. teri. il to such sanction." The letter* Ironi Ghent further slate that Mr. Hughes, one of the Set n- laiits to llie American mis- sion, oil Siinil- y Urn, the day after the signing of the Jiesty, set off with di « pati lies for Mr. Cranfnrd, at Paiis. From thence he wa « lo proccrd to the French • oast, and IO lake shipping immediately for the Unitei* Smtts. Mo- i of the Plenipotentiaries have quitted Flanders. Mr. Rnssel proceeds directly to JM>., kiol. u, and Mr. Adams to Pcterslmigh. It ka> been supposed thai diplomatic formality woultl lequue that a treaty should fir- l be sent to tie United Slates, and having there received the con- firmation of Mr. M adison, should be returned to Ibis rouvK), and ilieii be ratified by Ihe Prince Regent; bill H is evident bj Ihe conditions above stated, that , ^ toie its t onvt yam e lo America, it will have been aatielioufil by Hie latter, Antl the truth is, that ii is already clothed with that authority; anil thai Mr. Uaker quitted tow n on Saturday lo piocted to Ply- moullt, to cmbaik with the ticnty lor the United - Cta.' e., on boattl the F- ivon- ite frigate. We have heard that the latifii ation of the Treaty ii. i illustrious personage, has been a duty most re- lu- ianilv performed; and ihat a nobleman of high elevation in the deparlmenl of Ihe law, and Iwo other Githiiit t Minister*, have been niost urgent in their intieaiies to . piocnre the fulfilment of the princely ekligatimi— Observer. By private accounts from Palis we learn, Ihat in- tfiliL- en c of the peace at Ghent had just reached that eqnlal, and had excited there a considerable seusa- lion ; Tor notwithstanding ihe general leporls every Wherein fin illation on Ihe Continent favourable to a siK- cetofu! issue ot the negotiation*. Ihe Parisians bad lityideaof mailers being adjn* led so soon. Al Paris, • swell as al Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the Anieii- cms luve been carrying on their speculations for peace in all the various ways practised in tills cann ot. Austria is confidently stated to be the povter to which lilt- decision of any difference in Ihe American Beiona' ion is to lie referred. Tar Paris j< mrii.. l* to the gplh December, which arrtvtd onSjiiirdajr, contain copious, varying, and even contradictory ditails from Vienna.— An article of ihe 16th » » >*, thai « mouth had elapsed since there hv' b i n a meeting of the ronimittie ciioagcd wilh tlie it!-, IIS et Germany ; bnt that the communication between individual meiubrrs wa* extremely active. A a article of subsequent date asserts, that a decisive ami favourable turn had been given lo I he ilrgociaiiou, by the ai rival, on the 11 HI, of a courier to Lord Cas- li. ti Hjh, with a letter fioni the Prince Repent, in •;' i h ilis Royal Highness not « nly protested, iu tttig iti - in, against the union of Saxony to Prussia; t., v: added, that" Gie » t Biitaiu would prefer making some sacrifices in her German dependencies, rather than see Saxony dismembered." This declaration, supported by the influence of An- tria, had, it is stated, facilitated Ihe arrangements of all the leading points, and ensured to the King of Saxony the resti- Intiou of the greater part of his territories. Count Minister has presented a long note to the mediatised Princes, in reply fo their uote lesperting the election of an Eblperor of Germany. The Count says, that the Prince Regent hail entirely coincided w ith him iu opinion, that the best mean- of obtaining a satisfactory union of all the German State-, wonM have been to preserve, as a basis, the Germanic con- stitution; and that the King, his father, having, when communicated to him, refused to a. knowledge the validity of thr abolition, or the reniim iation of the imperial title, he could, on the part of Hanover, more seriously prosecute their mutual wi* li. All the representations made on this subjei t hud however failed. The Emperor of Austria had declined reas- Mimilig the imperial crown of Germany. The Prince Regent was Ihertfore obliged lo consider the restora- tion of Ihe imperial dignity as impracticable. In the note are subjoined some reasons w hy this design can- not be further prosecuted, sm h as the cession of the title having been recognised by other Powers in Ihe tieaty of Paris, aud [ lie improbability that a compe- tent military force belonging to the States would be at the Emperor's disposal, and without whii h, it is observed," Ihe dignity would be unreal and Useless." In Spain, King Ferdinand continues his impolitic and nugraciouti career. The arrests nuiltipK, and ate now extended fo the Servants of his own and his brother's hou* eliol; l, as favourers of the Cories— a proof that Ihe severe measure- adopted by him have an effect contrary lo what was intended. The tumour al Madrid, on the 17th, Ihat onr English and Portu- guese army was ou its march to Eatreina. lnra, does not appear entitled to any credit; but, perhaps, * o much cannot be said of the a** eriion in another arti- cle, that a good understanding does not snbsist be I ween the conns of Madrid and Si. James's." Were it otherwise, would Ihe English merchants, settled at Cadiz, have been required to contribute lo a furred loan, to enable the Government lo fit out the ixpcdi- lion loi South America? As they have refused, it re- mains to be seen what measures will be adopted in consequence. The last letters from Vienna confirm the report, Ihat there have been repeated conferences between iheir Imperial Majesties on the subject of the invasiui of Turkey, not merely for the expulsion of tlu Turks from Europe and the partition of the territory, bn< also for the expulsion of the petty tyran's from the southern coasis of the Mediterranean, so a* to put au end to the piracy and slavery in which they traffic. The language at Vienna is, that of all acts of injus- tice this will be regarded as the lea.- t unjust, from Hie violence and barbarity which they coin> tan* ly practise against the Ciiri- ti. n world; ami from the advantages Ihat will flow fiom the deliverance of the fairest parts ot the inhabited globe. It is said that the prospect of thus lerminatiiig all the differences between tile Sovt reigns at the Congress, has retained Alexander at Vienna. It would appear, that in relation to the » Iave- trade, an agreement has been conic to at Vienna, that til. nbo. ition, however interesting to humanity, does not belong to those matters whit h admit of being settled, or farther decided upon by the Congress. The rea- son assigned i., Ihat the Powtis most concerned in it, such as Spain and Portugal, will not accept of flic interference of the continental Powers in regard to that abolition, while they, oil tile oilier side, take no pari in the territorial disputes of the former. Foreign politicians obsetve, that at the Congress of Vienna there is ingress and egress, hut no progress We understand, from the most respectable quar- ters, thai Spain is now more than ever infested wilh banditti. The Spanish troops are still without pay, and suffering, at Ihe fame lime, privations ill provi- sions. Every thing is in disorder; Ihe Government is not yet sufficiently established to enforce it* de- cree-, and the wicked and desperate take advantage of Ihe times and circumstances. Iri corroboration of the above, we have to state, thai Lienteiiant- Colonel R. J. Harvty, Assistant Quatter- Masler- Gelieral iu the Portuguese army, whilst travelling post on IIOIM- baek from Bayonne to Lisbon, a f « w wetks since, was slopped by six men, mounted and aimed as gnt r- riilas, upon Hie high road, at about tl o' lot k ill the day, antl robbed of ever) thing lie had. Ou his ar rival at Vailadolitl, Ihe Caplain General of the pro. vince ( Palafox), furnished the Colonel wilh what money he required, to provide himself wilh clothes, & c. to enable him to pursue his journey. Late advices from Malta lead lis lo expect a very niaterial aud beneficial change in British commerce lo the Mediterranean. — The representations of Gen. Maitlantl, the present governor, have been listened fo with attention, aud the following are the principal regulations, by ttlinh Malta is to be erefted into a valuable trading establishment: — ** 1. Excepting soap, steel, German linens and tl iss, all commodities are to be considered as the produce of the country, and the exporters are lo have the privilege attached to such a contingency.— 1 A direct trade is to be allowed to the Ea » t and West Indies, and lo all the oilier dependencies of the crown of the united king- dom."— Proposals, it is said, are to be made to ae quire the same concessions for llie Irade < t1 Gibraltar. In the absence of that competition which the war belwein Gteal Britain and Ilie Untied States of America had for a time suepended, ti e Ea. t India Company, we understand, are likely lo experience a new and formidable rivalry in their China trade, from the Portuguese merchant* at Macao. No fewer than fire Portugue- e ships, principally ladrn wilh tea-, sailed from China to Lisbon in the course of the lasl season. The ships Luz anil Maria were among ttie number. Tlie East India Company, we understand, have entered into a contract lot a term of years with the Boat. l of Ordnance, for supplying Ihe whole annual stock of saltpetre required for Ihe national consump- tion, delivered at 36-. per cwt. Individuals, the refore, are tiol likely lot the present to derive much benefit from the free exportation ot' this article, permitted by the new cliarte r. We have received Jamaica Papers to tin- lSth Nov. They contain the account brought by the Vigilant, ot a Treaty having been signed by Christophe and Peiion, in which the surrender of St. Domingo to Fram e was agreed upon. The only additional fact stated Is, thai Potion is said ' 0 have fitted up an elegant house at Port- aii- Piim e for the i crept ion of M. Aiixion Lavaisc, one of Ihe Commissioners ot Lams XVIII. The Royal Gazette ofthe t?, th says, the I- tei frigate, of3C guns, was iu the oftiug wi en thi » Paper went to ptew. She was al the Saints iu August last, bnt a « she appears to be full of troops, she is probably the forerunner of ihe Expedition from Berninil-." Applb iitioil* have abeady been di thered ill to the Board of Trade for Licences IO peinnt British ships lo penetrate the hlmkatle of tile \ « nt< au polls, on iliegrmmdofiliepai . fi aiion. These, ii is said, have been refused, on the pnucipal I :. ii husti'iiies will not be di- eoytinued, or tin- blink id. raised, wider the tt- rnis of the Treaty, until n - nail ita* e been ratified bv the Atnerii an Government at Wa- ti- ngton. The tobacco niaik- 1 ha » al eady felt the effect of the peare with America, that aiticle having already fallen nearly 20 per - cut. The • noiiopnh » ls in the trade, who h ' ped to smoke all the manufacturers, now find that then expei l- tlton* iiiti- i " vanish in fooio* I' i- estimated that the- mom y » o « in Hie eity, oi Saturday and \ i « utl. iy. I" gttnhliug poll- ir. ui^ i III- stalling the preliminai v treaty of peace at Ghent, an omits to not lesn than toO. OOOI. " The Times is solicitous of drawing an argument agaiii3f the popularity of the American Peace from the state of the public hinds. Tiie F. dilor certainly forget, his former doctrine, that ihe Stock F. xcliange w as no more to be relied on as » thermometer of pub- lic opinion titan a tap- room. But eeitaury when ii is recolheteil that the speculators anticipated this event; that purchases te au itnmeii- e amoant were made on the expectation ol it ; that there is tlie great est Roll Account which ba « been known for years ; ami tbat this ( ihoiudi called the week of the feast oi fools) is- the week of Hie year when money is the scarcest, from its being tile general week ofbalant- e, as well as the week of the payment into Ihe Bank of Ihe collected revenue by llie Receivers — the Operation on the funds is no criterion ot public feelni| on the peace. — The he- t means of ascertaining Ihe fact of its being pa'aiable, or the contrary, will be from the returns of the manufacturing di- iricts Ihrougliont the empire, from the demand of hands, and Ihe stfeit ofliie Custom- house hooks."- Morn. Chron. " U e have been so buried in the contemplation of the peace w ith America, that we have omitted to men- tion, with proper repiobatioii, one of the minor cir- eiiinstances connected with if. The policies done at Lloyd's, upon the issue uf the ni got inrious, when the oegocialions were actually at an end, and thai ls- ne might be, and probably was, known by one of file pat- ties, are against Ihe rules even of common gaoibling, ami were viliated in their out- ct. To say noiiilug o1 ihe manifest indecency of lit t'ing upon the ilea; est in tercsts of ihe country, in which both parties are alike culpable, is it to be believed that any set of men would be such fools us lo pay 751. down lo receive tool, i/ tlie peace were com laded, without knowing tint that event was decided m the most favourable, but mo- t jpr- reitibie way ? However, Hie lacl is, ihat it has been ruled, again ami again, by Ihe Jockey Ctnb, at Newmarket, ( high authority in this ease, though if the greater part ot tin member, w t re hanged tji> n. lii. H w « t . lti I- ll » > Hr » » >" for it) ' It , r It- V « upon an tveni that may be kn » wn, are void; lire, 1 se it is presumed, that that which may be known i « known among gambleis, who uuve so manifest ail lmertsl iu obtaining Ihe knowledge. A word more to ttn- Mem her* of Lloyd's HI gen. ral. We would . tlvise them to put a post iv? and ab- ohttr - top to these di- graceful proceeding*, by such measure, a* they may deem mo- t advisable,— not ostensible and sham measures, but leal aud effective ones; ami if tliey do not, we can assure them that they will tall grea'Iv below llie dignity and character of British merchants."— Times. A Dutch fleet of Iwo sail of tin line, two frigates, and two < itinp. of war, sailed from ' lie Texel on the 231 nil. tor the Mediterranean. By loiter. Irom om out- port » , il appear* thai ibis fit 11 was dispersed in a gale of wi-. d three d tv* after sailing ; one ot tliem, a 74, called the Z- aland, has gol imo Piyu eiifli, having losl her iittKctt ina. t and spiti'- g her fo I e ma- t. — Tin remainder of tin- fleet are supposed lo be still beating io Ihe Channel. The fdlowiug is a correct statement of the British N- tvv, in roiinni** ion; made up lo Hit t* t ol J aim- try 1815:— Shin* of the line, iffe- five, 45 ; * liip* ot 56 iinil superior t la-* frigate*, 81; largest class frigate-, 24- pounder*, 11; fijgatis of 38 and 36, 18 pounder*, 7.5; frigate* of 32, and all post ship* of smaller size, 53; sloops ot war. tiomlj*, culler*,* chooHer-, logger*, & r. 235; troopship., 23; guard ship* ol ail size*, ho* pit- 1 snips, & o, 26 - Total 111 1 oniiuis « ion 481. The Indian* iu NorthAnierica call tin KmgofEng land " the great Fallin beyond the waters," Tbeii neighbours, the Jonathans, they call the " begnaves"— big knaves. Dining the retreat of llie French army in 1813, a French officer who had a goo. I deal ot gold about him at the battle of H- inan, atiaid of losing it, if he - houlil be taken prisoner, pur it into hi* pistols, and hid them in a hollow tree in a small wood which was stir rounded by lilt enemy. He wa* actually taken and conducted to Russia. Hiving lately returned, he quitted his column upon some piet. xf or othei near Italian, found the tree, ami itcovered ihe money wiiit h he had deposited there. The Turkish frigate called the Camel, Alidallali Humed, commander, oa. recently employed in col- lecting the annual tribute of Ihr liliiabitants of III- islands iu lilt- G< et- ian Archipel , go. While ar anchor off Mytilene, the following tragical circnmslance took place : a Gieek, being unable or unwiliiig to pay the assessment, had been conveyed on hoard ship, and alter undergoing repeated bl. tinidoes, wa* threaten ed with fuitlier punishment. Having next day re fused eotupliance. In* wife aud daughter were, by Huuied's order, put to death, after underlining treat- ment too dreadful 10 denclitic. The * t eoe look place in presence of the wretched husband, who, maddened by the sight, devoted himself to destitu tion lo obtain revenge tor- ucli outrages on the common lei lings of our nature. Wneu Hie rrew were asleep, tic gained the powder chamber, ami fiit- d it. An iu- tailtaoeOHS explosion, which scattered burning fragments o » er Ihe ( icigiiboiiriiiK islands, announced the terrible catas- trophe to the inhabitants. What remained ot Hie frigate was speedily consumed; and of Ihe crew 160 peri- lie- 1. The stu vivor-, including Hlineil, the com- mander, were dreadfully mutilated. A letter from Pari* savs, " Pirhegm's popularity, and the fear thai he might produce some daring truths, made it daiigeinus to bring him to a pnblic trial. A Council wa* held, and poi* on and the pnienard were successively proposed. Booapaile suggested strang- ling, all 1 fook upon himself llie arrangement.. At one o*. In k on the same night, four strong Mameluke*, led ftv fotii ofthe police, were secretly placed in the avenue- ot the victim's chamber. Ttie door was opened, aiitl at the instant the Mamilukt*, lialf drunk, lltrew tlietn- elve* upon him. He had risen at Hie sound uf the bolt*. He slept in diawera: round his lefi tuigli was a cravat wilh papers. Though sur- prised Ii) tile assassin*, lie struggled hard, and lliey had great difficulty iu fustcnuig the Utal kuwt. He uttered but one or two cries before he was atrangled. The superior murderers coming in, and ascertaining his death, the body was thrown 011 the bed and strip- ped. They then made a kind of cord ol the era » al, passed il round tiie neck ot the General, and twisted it with a * lit k lo give the idea tlul he had committed - nit ide. In the morning the tninkey, who was not in the . fciet, was astonished by the sight ot the Gene ral lying lifeles.. He ran to acquaint the goaler : Ihe latter pretended equal . nrpri- e, and made his report fw those vvlio were as well informed on - the subject a* himself'. A procea veibil was drawn up, and all Pan* rung instantly witli Ihe miieide of PichegtH. Tons perished the Conqueror of Holland. I shall not take it npon me to assert, what one of my friends has - worn lo me. thai llie same four Mamelukes were shot • te. yf nvbf 111 The plans uf Gtenclle. I only heard from a Lieutenant of the troop, that tor eijht days b. nk they had missed * even men; bnt he knew nothing more, aud I did not choose to urge tile en- quiry." Mr. Commissioner Palmer ha- lat ly disposed of more than four thousand cases iu the insolvent debtor* court. The rent of houses has fallen nearly twentv five per cent, within the last twelve months, and it i- calculated that no less than one million - tel ling at pre- sent lies dead, tiom tin number of houses lilitt uaufetl w ithin the bills of mortality. A Dutch eel- boat, the cargo of which is estimated at 4001. was seized n few days ago, near Billingsgate, for having oil board some Hollaud'a gin, and 18ib. of tobai co. The Bloody- minded Yankee American privateer, ha* tieeu taken by one of our ships of war, aud sent into Gibraltar. The tico penitents, as they were somewhat ludi- crously styled by their Counsel, are now levelling amy'sl all Ihe gaieties of" Pans. The lady lias not drowned, or Ihe gentleman hanged himself, notwith- standing the narrow bigotry of the English school of molality! Toe valuable miscellaneous property of Sir H. Mild- may lias been advantageously disposed of under the hammer; but there wa3 a single lot pindentlv omitted 111 the ratal- gue; viz. the moral reputation ef the de- parted Baronet, for which there would probably have been no bidder 1 TbeDiibliiiaudience. it seem*, are folio xing the accomplished examples furnished by those ol Lor don. Oo llie 16 h instant there was a fcnihlt rioi al Ihe Dublin theatre, and foi what reason? Bueause truly one raree- show wa. substituted for a> o'l er ' be Miller and Ids Men for the Dog of Montarsis ! The owuef of Ihe chief peitormer bail withdrawn Ids sc • vice.-, as Hie manager would 1101 submit 10 his exir -.- vagaiit demands. Tile 1 oiiseqmtn- e was, that all apology was refused, the seal* weie lorn up, the per former, pelted w ith alt sot I* of missile-, tiie rlfsu te- lien, lamps, & c. broken, and the females alarmed an- T'luvct. 11 - 1 the linii- e. Tiie Yi t- r. iv antl his lady weie present when the tumult commenced.—- The riot, have been subsequently continued with such violence that, with Ihe exception of the scenery, the whole of the interior of the theatre iia. been destroy- ed, and the manager, rathet than apologia.-, lias dis- posed uf his inieiest in llie concern. Tin- T e-- ti e w.. s re opened on Wednesday last, with 7he Forest of Bondy. Tiieri was a very full ! toti* e. The Lord Mayo: and Sin riff* were received on their entrance with lou. l shouts of applause, tor the wi* e, liluial, and tem- perate ronduci displayed during the lecent roniiito- 11011s and outrage. A companion 10 the enthusiastic Joanna Soiiilicotl is furnished by Aim Catharine Emmerich, chorister 01 the suppressed convent of Agnetenlicig, at Diilm, near Minister, who i- 37 years oil. Sac has a bloody crown of thorn* upon hei head, five wound* ill her hands, feet anil side, ami Iwo or three crosses on the breast. T tfse wotmd* frequently bleed. The object nl Iter highest ambition i. to le. emole our crucified Saviour. — Hamburgh Correspo• denten. A tiool atni slioem. ikt r ie- iduig 111 Beiinondscy- street, a staunch disciple of Joanna Sou tin oti, wa* * u fitin y pi rsnaded of the biriu of Shiloh at the promis- ed time, as to be induced 10 ii* k all hi* property with llio. e who differed with Ilim in opinion. They were Supplied with boots and shoe* tind. rllie stipulation ill, t til Christmas Iliey were to pay double lor what they bail, if Hie prophecy was fulfilled : in ibe eve. I of its filming out a hoax, they were to have ' lie good* grati* The death of Joanna has decided the bets, ami lite poor deiuded shoemaker now find* himself on the brink of ruin, 1101 having scarcely a good bill on hi- book*. Sittings appointed in Middlesex ami London, before thcRicot Han Sir Vteary Gibb » . Kuignt, Lord Ciiiel Justice o( hi* Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, al Westminster, in and after Htlaiy Term, 1815- IN TE1IM. MIDDLESEX. LONDON. Jan. 26 Feb. 1 8 Wednesday Tue- d » y .. Tuesday . Monday , . Jan. I 31 Thursday . W. dnesday Feb. 7 j Wednesday AFTER TERM. Feb. 13 I Tuesday .... Feb. 14 In the dreadful storm of Saturday, a ves. il called the Conception, hound from Dublin to Woxfoid, wa* driven a. hoie and wrei ke l, at Ballynetrar, nearWex ford Harbour. The crew took lo Iheir boat, and, with Hie exception of one mall drowned, reached the shore; but tlicy left behind lliein, fastened 111 Ihe weather shroud-, a toother and a daughter, over wnom the s a beat turioii. lv, aud every moment threatened lo tear them fmtu Ibis their last refute. A poor fi ll- eriitan, named William Hanson, saw trout tin » hoie ibcii ileadful situation ; he collected some ol the liold- e- l of hi- f- Ilow.*, who, with infinite difficult), towed him towards tin- wreck, now lying on her * ide, and consequently the mast along on llie surface of t.-. e * ia. On ttieutino. i point of the ina* l lie fastened hiiii* e t ( for hi* boat dare not approach the hull of Hie wiet k) and from thence claim eieil to tile body of tiie vessel. Here a new diffii lilt) aio* e; the contest between ihe nioiiur and daughter, which should, by the offend aid, first at'empt the shore ; nor wa* it ended till their g- aliaiit deliverer assured tlieui that lie wnuol ie- tniii for her who should remain. He first brought to lite shore the mother, ami, scarcely waiting to take llteeth, letuiiied tor the dailghti r, whom lie after- wards.. thiongti the Irenienilon* singe, lauded iu - nit- ty. These tact* t an tie attested by the Print. 1 hereof, who says, that lie hi. known llie nwterwiileis, when any quantity of men huudise has been * aved tioin a wreck, liheially leward the per- ou- WHO have ventur- ed their lives 1111 . iicli occasion*. How much n. ori t- due 10 him, wlio> tnroiigh the most imminent peril, has saved the live* of two helpli-* female*, be sub- mits to every lieling man, particularly 10 those con- cerned in commerce, whose interest a* well 11s incli- nation, he thinks, i* to reward contact, employed ill be laaee of humanity.— Dublin Journal. BRISTOL SHIP SEWS. CAME IN,— Ti. e Tetmeza, Bo'decal, and the Bide ley, Norman, from St. Andero; the Camel, B- H, irotn M atta ; the Amelia, Pui- b \, from Chtrei- te; the Vtuw Jnstiana, , from Rotterdam ; the Stephen Kincht, ——, from Bilbao; the Oake*. Pas. more, from St. Petersburg!!; anil the George, Amy, from Jeisey. ARRIVED,— AtCork, the Bristol Volunteer, J. iques, the Elizabeth, Drew, llic l ituv Similar!, Ihe Eliza, A tkiii'Ou, Hie Eo. ur, H irvey, tin Union. Blake, the Jamaica, Clements, the William Mile*' Ttiorne, the Charlotte, Williams, the Dochfonr, Bailey, the Pd- grim, Prosser, the Simon Taylor, Leslie, aud the Stedfast, Sands, all tor the We.* l Indies. Jftarfiets. Con-; EXCHANGE. JAN. 2. The supply of Foreign Wht al in Hie course ol last week and Ihi* moniiiig wasvtrv large, but vc bid few fie- li sample* of our ow n grow ill for till- day's market, fully sufficient, however, for the demand, whil h hail been verv limited for the la- l tew day*; the prices asked are about is. per quarter ebeapt r than Ihi* day se'iuiiglit, but verv few sales have been made. — Bt. rley Was veiy plentiful this morning, and very difficult of sale, at 2*. pei quarter reduction.— M dt i.* also cheaper.—. Pease . of each . kind are several « uil « lings per quarter . In aper, a- pet currei cy, and New Beans aie not » o bn- k iu - ale. — The Oat vessels have been detained some time bv contrary winds; but • nine few arrived Ibis inoiiiiug coaslways, ami some considerable loieign cargoes, win. h made Ihe trade exceedingly dud, at a reduction of about 2-. per qr Snip Flour is extremely dull, and cannot obtain an offer. s. s. s s. Wheat 40 to 48 White Pease. . 48 to 54 Superfine ditto. 56 10 66 Boners ., .. ; J6 lo 57 Rye....: .. SO fu 34 Beans ( old).. 30 to 36 Bariey .25 In 34 Ticks SO ro - 10 Mail " 6" to 7 » Oats . 2' i to 26 Grey Peam.... .36 ( 1, 38 Poland ditto... ... 20 to 28 PRICE OF FLOPR. Fine 55*. to 60s. per sack. AVERAGE PRICE OF SUGAR, Computed FVT'IIII FLIP VP, turns IIIA< IP HI tin* week ending Dec. 28, 1814, is 78s. P| d. per cwt. Exclusive ot tlie duties paid or payable tliereou on lin. puliation thereof . nto Great Britain. PRICE OF SE' DS. , xc Rape. 321. to 35: per last .. Trefoil. 10*. to 32*. pr. ro t. Red Clover p. qi. 75 to 94' Mustard, wh. hiia. 12 to 14 While ditto d". 70 tol20 > Ditto, brown, iiv 14 to 16 Rye Grass ditlo 30 to . it) 1 Uirraway p. cw t.? 5 to 80 rnrnip, tij to ui Conautlev ditto.. lo to 12 Od- Cale. u; • IS*, per tbuu- aiid. PKICK~~< IF ME \ T t I' '^ lll'll II I.,), ' Sinking tiif fifl'af .. perstonc ot liltts. I? eef. 4s. 8' f. to 6*. 4d. j Veal .6*. Oil. lo 7*. 6 1. MuttonSs. Oil. t 7s. Od. I pork 6*. Od. to 7s. 01. Lamb, Oi. Od. lo Os Od. NEWGATE AND LEADF. NHALL, B) the Caicass. leef... 4s. Od. to 5s. 4d I Veal 5* 0.1, to 6*. R Miittnn4s. 4' l. to 5s. 4- 1. 1 Pork .1 ',*. Od. to 7s Od. RAGS. Kent.... siissex,. Essex ... O ft) It to 0 to PRICE OF HOPS. t. 8 7 9 POCKETS. I. t. t. s. Kent 6 15 to 9 10 Sussex 6 6 to 8 0 Faruham.. 12 0 to 14 0 PRICE OF TALLOW. TownTall'wpcrcwr. 94*. Melting Stuff, perewt. 7i Yellow Russia & 0s. ' Ditt rough 42 White ditto 8tis. 1 Graves. 20 snap ditto 83s. I Good Dregs. lo Yellow Soap, 98* Mottled, 11 » s. Curd. 114s. Candles, l is. Od Moulds. 15s. 6 I PRICE OF LE VTHFR. Butts, 50 to 561 lis. each 2' M. towgd. perlb. Ditto, 56 tofi61bs. each ... . ,. 24d. to 26d. Merchants' backs .... 20IL. to aid. Dressing hides 2111I. to 2M. Fine coach hides 2t 1. fo 2ijd. Crop hide*, ,55 to 401b. lo cut .. s » 0< » . ' o j; d. Ditto 45 toSOlb gl{ d. to 23Jd. Calf Skins, > 0 to 401b S4 I. to 39d. Ditto 50 to 701b. 36 I, to 40d. Ditto 70 to 801 b 34d. 10 38( 1. Small Seals( Greeii. anil) . 46d. ; n 4Ud. Large ditto, tSOs. to iROs. per dozen. I'a nieil Horse Hides, 28d. to 40d. pei ill. Goal Skin*. 41*. to 5( 1*. RAW HIDES. Best heifers AI steers, perstoiSe 5S. 0 I fo 3*. 4d. Middlings 2s. 8d. to 2s lt d. Ordinary 2*. 0,1. to 2s. 6( 1. Market Calf ( each). 1ls. oil. toOOs od. English Horse 16s. ( » .!. toig* 0 I. Shearling* II*. Oil. I o* in). PRICES OF H V V AM) S t'It \ W ST. I v ii K.' S. Hay 31. 5s. to 51. lis. I Straw 11. 7*. 10 11. 16s. W11 ITRCII vpt 1. Hay 41. 4*. to 51. 5-. • CI0V116I. 6 « to 7 7-. New.. 0i. Os. to nl. 0*. | Straw ti. 12*. te II. lfi.. ( ( IR « EXCHANGE, JAN. 4. We had larne arrival- thi* Ii- oiiiiog Imlli wi'l Wheat and Oats I1010 our own coasts and abroad. Oil- may be considered 2-. per ' quarter el. caper. Wt .- at was nearly iin. aleablt ; aud wli- re the - ale. were fored, lower prices must tie submitted to, * av 2*. p. 1 qr. Bailey, having a large supply wa- 2-. cheaper P as and Beans weie eaco 1*. cheaper. M dt w a* - lull in sale, at Ihe 1 lose of t C iii uket on Monday. Fiour declined 5., per sark. tCounri'i MroncE « T, FR Wheat, Os. Oii to 9s. Sit. .. Bai ley, 3s. 6id. to 4s. 14.1.. . Pease, 4s 9' t. fo 5* 4< i. ... Bean.. 4*. 7( 1. te 5- 9} d. .. Oils, 3*. 0,1. to 3-. 7.1. per iVi'iehester Inishtl of ei^ ht notions HEREFOKII Wheat, 10* 3.1 .. .. Oafs. 4- 6 1.. .. Pi as, ind Beans, 5- 9d Bai ey, 4s. lod... per bushel <> f ten Italians READING.... Wheat, 38*. ltd. to 6? « . Od Keu * 31*. to 46- till ... Pi as- . 4')-. 10 46 . lid .. . Oats, 15s, lo 26- 0.1. . Bartey, *. 1* ( id. i - 34*. od. WARMINSTER Wn. at. 48*. to 76* . if. u.' ey * 8*. ' o 36*... Oat*. 26*. to 34*. licai. s, 46*. fo ;,'!>. Devize* Wheat, 46 » . t- » )*. to 37* OaU, 30*. to 34* . Be. 10*, 42* <" 4:>-. BRISTOL .. Wheat, OOs Od to 66s. Od. pei t; - aifer. ... Floe PL.. in, 65* 10 75- Sectu - t ou 56*. I 6 » *. i er sack ... Bailey, 31*. to 36- oer qientei . Outs, 24s. to 27*. Od. pc qu. tr - r. . Heaos'iO*. to 40* poi tp. , Pease, 60* to 64*- pi r qourtei ... Qii'rte . |.,, af, Wiiealen, 1*. sj. t.; St, 111 la' , .10^ 1. ! J 11-: -., d, tyd... Hay, 6t' « . 10 90i. « d.... Suaw, is. £ d. tu Is. lid. THURSDAY'S POST. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, BY the arrival at Liverpool on Snntlay « f two ships from Peu- arola, we are enabled to explain the news of yesterday, of snccesse* by tiie American " General Jackson, in which it was said 40n British v erelo. t. Some time ago, hy negociation or entreaty the Spaniards invited liie British lo lake possesion of Petisa'ola, tiie capital of West Floiida, a Spanish colony, ami to protect'lt against the Americans. The Amtriean General Jackson then issueda proclamation, suing, unless the British retired, he would attack the place. Tiie British made this a place of at ins for assisting and co- operating wilh Ihe Indians in making war on the United States. Win n the British were driven from Ihe Mobile, they retired to Peusacola. General Jxt ksonfollowed them, having collected " 3000 men far that putpose. In ron- eqiieure ofthe ap- proach uf this force, the Seahorse frigate, with four sloops of war, left Pins- ieota wilh the British troops. This happened eaiiy in November. Tiie ships ar- rived at Liverpool, left Pen- acola in haste wirii im- perfect cargoes of cotton. They bring no account of tiny fighting, though it is probable that some skirmish- ing took place as the Briiis'i retired, and Hit- loss of a tew lives might have been exaggerated iulo the ar- count published in the pree. ding page. The Ameri- cans, itis supposed, will seize upon West Florid*, -" unless they should dread a war with Spain. — New Orleans is said to be well fortified and defended, by iiOOO Americans. • Tue English force destined against it is said to amount lo 8000 men, and it is supposed it will succeed ; but in consequence of peace, it will be immediately given up. ' On Monday evening the " fitli ult. the Ouke'of Wel- lington sent a note to the American Minister at Paris, to acquaint him w ith the signing of the treaty of peace ' at Ghent; and llie next day had the attention to cail and personally cou. ratulate him on the occasion. The eleventh and Ustarticle of Ihe ttealv of Ghent contains the following stipulation : — " Article XL This treaty, when the same shall liave been ratified on both sides without alteration by cither of Ihe contracting parties, and the ratification mutually exchanged, shftll be biudir. g on both parties, and the ratifications - hall beexch mged at Washington, in the space of four months from this date, or sooner if practicable.* It is repotted thai the only point of boundary left to Commission*' is lo settle by the Treaty, of Ghent, is, that a direct line may he drawn from New Brimswh k to Quebec. Tlie track norlh c, f tile l'eitobsi nt is lhat which will probably be ceded, for a valuable consi- deration, to Great- Britain. It is of little value, ex- cept lor its timber; and a considerable part of it is Said lo be the property of Messrs. Baring. The West- India Talwls will derive themo* t essen- tial a. iuwilac. s fraui Ihe .| ieac(; with America ; they will he etiahieil loprocnie all kinds of lumber in time Tor the ensuing crops, for which they will pay in colonial produce.; remitting the specie to this country. It is ordered, that ( he frigates which went from tile Mediterranean to the American station, shall have precedence of all others, in coming to England, to be • paid off or repaired. It is stated, thai it w ould require 5000 seamen to complete the crews of our ships of war on Ihe Ameri- can station.— Upon a nioderade estimate, if is calcu- lated that each soldier sent lo America has and w ill cost the public upwxids of 1001. At this season of the J. ar a voyage to the nearest - port in America, exe' ut'd in - 6 weeks, is considered « favourable cue. The Favourite, which carries out theTreaty of Peace, may he t xpected to rrach Wash- ington in Ihe middle of February : and if we allow a lew days for the ratification Of the Prrsid> nt, and, the Tetnm of the treaty to England, we presume the re- tail! will not be known iu London until the latter end of. Match. • Two Dutch an 1 two Hamburgh Mails arrived this • morning; also Paris Papers to the lst inst. The intelligence from Vienna ill the hitter is to the 20th lilt. " It leverls lo Ihe original report, that Russia Is to have Poland, nnd Saxony to lie united with Pius, ' sia ; but thotnh the imimdiate departure of the Sovereigns was finally fixed, nothing official respect- ing the proceedings of the Congress has transpired. By a mail arrived from Hamburgh to- day, letters • and papers. have reached town from that city to the i'SSkuli. by these it will appeal,' hit ationt the mid- dle of last mouth . ffairs at Congress wote a tltreaten- inga- pect. Poland and Saxony weie the bones of contention ; so confidently was a rupture anticipated even by Alexander, that he had dispatched in haste his brother Constanliue into Poland lo feel the pulse of the inhabitants of that country, iu support of his « laim to Ihe Kingdom of Poland. Sim c, however, Itil- sia Ins evinced her intentiou to maintain lit't light to Poland ar the point ot the sword, ttie o'her powers liave giveirway, and it has been agreed that Alexan- der is to h ive the tiile of King of Poland ;. the King of Prussia that of King of Saxony ; and the King of England that of King of Hanover.— This is a correct statement according lo the best informed persons at Hamburgh, notwithstanding the French paper* main- tain thaf'tlu- fate of Saxony and Poland aie not yet decided. If any doubts exist respecting the destiny of Po- land, they will, wc think, vanish befoie the following Order ofthe Day issued by Ihe Art hdnke Constantine < 111 the lllh ult. " OITDEII OF THE DAY.— His Majesty the Emperor Alexander, your powerful protector, calls upon you— - assemble round your si amlards— let. your hands he armed for the defence of your country ai. d for the maintenance of your political existence. • Wfiile this - tftug'ist Monarch is occupied Willi the happiness which he designs for your coun ry, shew thai you are ready to suppoit his generous endeavour with your biood. The same Chiefs who, for these 20 years, hate led you to the field of honour, will still shew you the u ov to it. - The Empeioi knows liovv to appreciate your valour— . Amidst the disasters of an- uufoi- unate war, he has seen that your honour survived events, winch it did not depend upon you to alter. Glorious deeds have - distinguished yon in a con Act the cause of which was frequently fureign to you. Now tlial your ex- ertions are dedicated to your country, you vvill be invincible. Sold rs and warriors of all deeriptions I Give the tfirst example of I he v n ices that must inspire all your • countrymen—' Unlimited devotion to Ihe Emperor, whose only object ist tie good of your country; lpve towards his august person, obedience, discipline, una- nimity ; by these you will pr nnole ihe welfare of your country, which is now under nis mighty . Egi* ; by these you will attain that prosperity wh. ch others might promise you, but which he alone can procure you— his power and his virtues arelhe pledges. CONSTANTLNE." Lr iters fromVienns, on the contrary, relate the fol lowing important particular*: — " Notwithstanding the positive- declaration of ihe Emperor Alexander, that nothing should make him desist fiotn his plan of securing to himself tlic Crown of Polan<>, aud lhat he was prepared to maintain his pretensions to it by force of arms— tiie answer of the Austrian and English Courts has changed the face ol this resolution. Their miswer was that they were ready to acquiesce iu liis keeping the part of Poland which he now occupies, that is, the unfortunate Duchy of Warsaw, but that tin y could not recognize him as King of Poland. And such is the curious manner ill which this viol ut discussion has terminated! Thus is this pal t of Poland placed at the merry of Russia; without n constitu- tion, and without conditions, It is believed that Ihe same answer will serve for Saxony, and that thehiatus qui tenet will hold good." This sudden tnrn of affairs seems lo corroborate the truth of the report lhat there is a secret understanding between the two Emperors, ail lo the partition of Turkey. Another letter from Vienna, dated December 20, say*: —" They speak a good deal of a\ Coiiiierjn* t ar- rived from Loudon, the beater o. f; m.- ry satisfactory news; and also of lite publication of the happy - re- ult of the Congress, which will tkke place on the 2 th or 2,', Ui instant. In fine, it i » anuoun- ed afresh that the dopamine oftlie Sovereigns will take plate immedi- ately. - Some say on the 5' h January." From Rune ol the 16th, we are informed, that the Qnirimii Pata-' e i » preparing with great diligence, in expectation of a visit from the Allied Sovereigns, and a hope rstxpicssedlli. il their presence will put au end to dtffereui « s which set. n 10 be iuterminable^ Jf uego. ciated at so great a distance as Vienna. It is said that Ihe Emperor of Russia has piopo- ed to derlaie Craekow and Thorn free cities ot Poland. Thr French Legislature is pjroroguedjo. tiie l « t May. A private letter from Paris, ot the 28th nit; say-: — " Every thing here i « tranquil, and affairs are taking quite a different tuiii since Ihe change i. i the Miuislty. The spirit of the army is bet ter, and the atui'lum ut " to the Usurper very maeli diminished. Almost all, ihe Commissioners of Police have been changed ; ami the new ones are men known for Iheir attachment to tlie Bourbons. General Exreluian's affair serins to have produced little or no iinpre- siuii. This General v. as in the habit of speaking very freely against the pre- sent order of affairs, hut it was his correspondence with King Joachim, found among the papers uf an English Nobleman, lhat occasioned the vigorous in- terposition of Moult. All ihe rumours of war are false. Two regiments of Guards are raising to do duly at the Palace." The French General Exeelinans, implicated in the transactions which were discovered among ihe paper, of the K ill of Oxford, has surrendered himself lo meet tbe charges against l. i n. , Lord W. Beminck i., it is said, expected at Naples, to which country many English travellers are piocced- ing by way of Rome. A Supplement to last night's Gazette describes an extension ofthe Older of the Bafli, so important as almost to amount to the creation of a new order of Knighthood. The Order is now divided into three classes, viz. Knights Grand Crosses, Knights Com- manders, aud Onmpaiii'ius. The first includes the ex- isting Knights of the Bath, with a few additions, and is limited, exclusive of the lluyal Family, tn seventy- two, whereof 60 are to be Mililaiv or Naval, nut below the lank of Major- Generals nlid Rear Admirals, and 12 Civil, The second consists of 180 British Members, not under Lieut.- Culonels in the Army, and Post Capt. in the Navy; and ten Foreign Officers holding Com- missions iu our Service. The third Class is unlimited in number, and the honour is to be bestowed- on O > cers w ho distinguish themselves in the c< iuse of their coun- try ; who are indeed so numerous, as riot lo be readily inclosed within a list of Heroes.— They have no title, but to take precedence of all Esquires. Sir George Nayler, so distinguished for. his Heraldic knowledge, has been named the Herald of this Order. Among ihe Knights Giand Crosses we ftr. d the names of Lord Hill and Admiral Berkeley: anil in the list of Knights Commanders we ubserve Admiral ThOriiborough, Viee- AdmiTal Sir T. B. Thompson, Major- General Lord R. E. Somerset, Captain Key. moiir, R. N. Captain Gordon, R. N. Colonel Ellis, Lieut. Col. G. H. F. Berkeley, and Lieut.- Col. Lord Fitzroy Somerset. Accounts from St. Domingo overturn the supposi- tion that the Chiefs of that Island were disposed lo surrender it to the French. The Commissioner, Mr. Auxiim l. avaise, did proceed tu Port- nii- Priuce, and was hospitably received hy Pelioti. hut he fell ill soon after his arrival, and so continued when the latest ad- vices left that place, and no political intercourse had ensin. il between him and the sable President, That Ruler has afforded a sufficient indication of tiie manly and independent line cf policy winch he had resolved to pursue, by publishing a decree, in winch he gratui- tously concedes to Ihe British nation a commercial benefit of tue highest value, bv reducing the import duty on our manufactures Vifice per cent while those of all othci nil nip* pay ten per cent. It is understood that it has proprietor* of estates in the Dutch settlements, of Surinam, Denierary, and Essequebo, that they un- to remain iu the possession of tiie British Govern- ment Tuesday Ihe 52d regiment of foot embarked in transports fur Ameri a. They .. re oidered lo the Southern pai t ot ihe Stale* ; hut it has bet n intimated lo tlieni, that they may leturn, possibly, without landing on the enemy's Coast.— Ijailcd the Clorinde frigate, with aiouvoy for the Mediterranean, t-. kuig oni to Venice t « o piano fortes, jewellery, & r, fur tier Royal Highness Ihe Priiicess ot Wales. The Dutch squadron which sailed from the Texfl to ihe. Mediteriaiieaii ami was caught in the late dipadful gales, have ail arrived in different British Poits. It is said, that in all tlie confederate provinces of Gi'iuianv, a particular Order is 10 be instituted, Ihe Mcmheis of which will assume the title of' Chevaliers of Wisdom." This Older is destined te recompense learned men aud authors, who, hy liu- ir writings, and their influence over public opinion, have contributed 10 the deliverance of Gi rmanv Advices of the loth November, from Constanti- nople, mewtion the receipt of intelligence from Egypt, tiiat dissensions continued to pievail among the Wet babite's, ever since the death of S'inud, tin ii supreme chief. Mohained Ali Pacha had resumed tile Offensive, and W HS advancing upon Taissp. The deposed Sheriff of Mecca had arrived at Saouirlii ill • Tuikisii frigate from Egypt. No new cases of plague had oi- curii d at Constantinople lor three weeks; and Smyrna was the only town iu Tuikey in which it had not entirely ceased. If the present Lord Colerain, ( the well known Colonel Hanger) should die without an In 11, the title and estates will descend 10 the Vausittart family. Tiie firm expression of public feeling respecting the PiopertyTax has convinced Ihe Minister thai re- Irehchiiieitt i* indispeiisibic ; and his representations on the subject of tue enormous scheme of building new palaces and streets have had their effect. Ne » surveys have been made; audit is fonu'd, by ificon- lestible evidence, that the execution of the original plans would have cost nearly two millions mule than the sum estimated. The law respecting the liberty of the press is not likely to remain a dead letter in Paris. Of six per- sons lately tried tor a libel, four, viz. a literary man, a bookseller, a printer, and the corrector ofthe pri ss, have been sentenced to five years imprisonment, the suspension ol iheir civil rights din itig that time, aud'a fine of 5000 francs; one to a lesser punishment, and one was acquitted. The transports which sailed from Portsmouth in the middle of October, and rendezvoused at Cork, with intention of proceeding to Bermuda, under con- voy ofthe Leonidas and Iphigenia, have been driven back for Ihe sixth time to Cove, by the late severe gal - s, wilh considerable damage. Captain Moore, for defrauding Government of Ihe Post- Office duties, by fraudiilenlly directing a letter lo a private soldier, the contents of which were ad- dressed to an officer, ( and receiving iu reply, so di- rected,) has by sentence of cptirt- murtial been dis- missed the service. The last twenty years have produced more eminent failures in ihe bankiug- aud mercantile world than the pieceding fifty ; more of those remarkable reverses of fortune which strike with astonishment; and in al- most evciy instance that has occurred, within the period fisrt specified, when we enquire into the cause the invariable answer is in the word, — speculation. The Coroner's inquest on the body of Wm. Mitllrey, shot in the act of robbing a poulterei's shop, on ihe 23d of December, returned a verdict of — Justifiable homicide; Mr. A ilett having shot the deceased in de- fence of his property. The Peace with America has caused gn advance ou the standard of Copper Ore in Cornwall. LONDON, THURSDAY, JAN. T. Price of Stocks. per Cent. Cons, niuit. 3 per Cent. Bed. 4 per Cent. Cons. 82A£ Consols for Opening, ( ifijj 67 Omnium, 1 j dis. A T a late hour last night we received Paris Papers ItL to, the ad lust. Tuere is no news from the Con- gress al Vienna. The German Princes, notwithstand- ing the Empen rof Austria has already retnsed, con- tinue their pressing entreaties thai his Imperial Majes- ty may reussiuue the title of Emperor of Germany.— The King ot Wirteinbnigh in- said to have declared 111 favour of the policy of tiie Emperor of Russia. Fimn Spain we learn that the King lias pardoned Gnieial D'Alava; and General Baliasterm has been recalled from his exiie. EXPEDITION TO THE OULF OP MEXICO. " HAKBVDOES, Nov. 9,1814.- On the 4th instant his Majesty's ships Bedford and N" rge, with srver. il Ironp- ships, having on board 2,500, anchored in this bay. They are bound upon a secret expedition, but tiiere cannot be a doubt of their destination. They go tioin this iidand, as we suppose, to Jsioaica, wheie Ihev will lie. joined by the troops iliat have been lately acting in the Chesapeake, and proUbly by . ouic from Itaigland. In confirmation of our conjectures, vve hear tins morning; bv II, p Admiral's Tender, that Vice.- Ad- UIUHI Sir Alexander Cochrane, in the Tonnaut, ofB4 gnus, i* now at Basseterre, Guadaloupe. He has touihed there on hi* way from Ihe coast of America to Jamaica, toe troops having probably gone direct tor the latter island. Tin* force, there call be httledouhl, 1* destined to act iu the Florida* and Louisiana dining Ihe winter. Tuey will probably la » d Htlhe. mnnth of t « e Mississippi. D will com* upon Jonathan like a thunder- clap.— The troops here consist uf detachments of tlie 4' h, 44th, 6< d, mid 85th— the whole of the 9Sd and the right wing ofthe 95fh, under the command of Majui- General Keaue. The troops enjoy III" best health, and are in high spirits. The Ist W » « t India Regiment, and Ihe whole o' the York light infantiy volunteers are under orders for Jamaica." HAYTI.— M- Auxion Lavaisso, formerly a Mfmber of liobespierrt's Committees of Public Safety, after goiig through many ofthe inetsmorphuses common to limself and several ofhis associates in Ihe revolutionary career, was pitched upon by the Provisional Govern- ment, which for a few days preceded the lecal of liw Must Chris! ianMajesty, to 40 a- Commissi or, dr t n 1 l. i \ ti. TiifTconseqiience of tiie correspondence with tho Go- vernment of Cape Hemy ws « , that on the first receipt of las menacing letter, the Kim commanded his private Secretary to answer it m iicle by article, a duty wh'ch the Secietary peifornied with a degres of ability that must greatly disconceit those w- lio so confidently leckon on the ignorance ami incapscity of the llay- tiaiis. A General Council was then summoned, befon which King Henry ( Christophe) caused M. Lavaisse' » letter lo be laid. The sentiments it breathed produced a burst of iadigitation, and a solemn resolu- tion of independence. All Address w » s instantly voted, expressive of their lUiRiiutiotis resolution to perish, to the last man, railier th m submit. A Depu t. ilion waited on ihe King the next morning with tin* expression of tlieir sentiments, and received the fol- lowing energi- He answer:— ' " Haytiansl your sentiments, your geneious reso- lution, are wnnliy of us: your King shall always be worthy of \ 11. " Onr indignation is at its height. Let Havti. from tins moment he only one vast camp; let us prepare lo been intiinatpdlo'^ ijF" " T*" 1'*! Ihos- tyrant* who threaten us with chains, . la very, aud death. " Hat nans', the wlude world Las its eyesfixod upon lis; our conduct mast c- nfuund our calumniators, and justify the opinion winch philanthropists have, formed ofn » . Lei 11s rally, let us have lull one and tii « same wish — that ( if exterminating our tyrants. On tlx una- nimous co- o . ra ion of our union, nt our efforts, will depend Ihe prompt sneeevs of our cans « . Let us ex bihit t posterity • gieat example of coinage ; let us combat with glory, tod be efiaced from the rank of initio, s rather ilian renounce liberty and independence. A King, we kiiti* how lo live and die like a Kiii£ : you shall always see ns at vuur liese, sharing- in - Jnitr penis and dangers, Should n « u lapped tliei wecease lo exist before *> nsnh '• tinf your rights, call to inind 1 ui actions; and s 0 ild o r lyronts so far succeed as to endanger ynnr libi tu s . il independence, disinter my hones; they will sinl lea I » ou lo victory, and ena- ble you to iiiumph over our implacable and eternal enemii § ." A Liverpool Paper says—" The fall which has taken place in the value f Amencan produce during the present week, is less considerable t - au had been ex- pected, 011 • ecuitul of f » e small stock of the chief Aineriean staples which now remain 111 llrv market. — Tne effect* ofthe Aiiniican lalifieutioii have been very promptly fell in this port: —• vessel is already am 011,. red to sail for one of the potts 111 tbe United States." A'most melancholy occurrence happened in Bandon, Ireland, on Sunday morning; it being Cliristiuas- day, Ihe Roman Catholic Chapel » as unusually crowded with persons at eaily service, when an alarm was given that the gallery was giving way ; the | rcute* t conster- nation aiiij confusion ensued; numbers were seen leaping from the ailleiy into tile oisle, gud fiom Ihe windows into the street, by4hirii many were severe- ly injured and bruised ; slid iu the ciush iu coming out of the house, six persons were unfortunately kil- led, anil upwards of 30 desperately hurt. What renders this ciri- miistaiice moie nieUucholy is, there being no cause for the alarm, lint the falling of one ol ihe gallery form*. The cliapvl siiffeied material in- jury hy the hic - liiiO of windows, doors, railing*, & c. MASONRY. — In Bengal, Ihe brethren have acknow- ledged '' ihe Countessut London- ond Mima, Pattone* s of Free Masonry 11, India." Bui can # lady be patro- ness of what sti* does not umlerstaud; or lias Lady Mtura been initiated into all the inysteriesnf Ma- o , r>? THE FRAUDULENT ATTIHINIES W « hear that more deeds, w ill fraudiilelitly affixed stamps, have heyMi found 111 Ibis town, on the difl, rent partMs refer- rmg lo them, lining die last Oeck ; more discoveries of the kluW insy lie expected, There dues not seem to be any other niea. s of legalizing these deeds, than by giving the Commissioner* power, by an act of Par- liament, t" re- stamp them, on payment of the proper duties.—( Leeds Intelligencer, Jun. 2. J AGRICULTURAL REPORT for DECEMBER. Tjie wheats upon llipgioiiud, 011 all well drained lands, look remarkably » » l, l ; aud the early sown, luxuriant. In all the greut wheat comities the quan- tity sown is fully vqual lo that ofthe two last seasons, probably ill* mo* l extensive ever before sown ill Biilatu. Rve, talcs, and the cattle Clops, have a healthy • mi luxuriant appearance; the latter sown tuiuip^ ttavegivaily improved wilh theniild and show- . ry weather. Considerable breadths of pally tur- nips which had tailed, were previously broken up, and the land sow 11 wnh wheat. Early beansand pease for market, 111 the London districts, have had a fine seed season, and much of them above ground. The ex- pectation is general, that sheep and cattle food will be shorl in Ihe spring, and hay is likely t « he dear. The late report from Norfolk, of Ihe insalubrity for cows, of that most exuberant root called mangel- wur- zel, or the root of scarcity, is universally slighted throughput Hie country. Lean cattle have declined in price, but bulcliet's meat in the metropolis has lately advauced, but is not expected to maintain its present price. HATTON- GARDE*.— A respectable young lady was yesterday brought up in the custody of George Wood, the officer, and examined on a charge of forging and uttering as true, four bills of exchange, one for 151 two for 101. each,' and one for 181 drawn by the pri- soner on a gentleman, and purporting to be accepted by him. Thesefonr bills the, prisoner discounted with Mr. Grcig, a baker,' in Hyde- street, Biuoinsbury, who, from his knowledge of flie supposed accept 1, made 110 hesitation in advancing the money. The first bill becoming due, Mr. Greig applied on the 231 De- cember fur payment. The supposed acceptor was surprised, and declared that he never saw Hie bills befoie, that he never accepted either of them, and that his name 10 each was a forgery, on which Mr. Greig had the lady taken into custody.— The prisoner was committed to the Honse of Correction for another examination. ead 11111, t. iieucester,( 111 Lois,) subject to suri,,,;. tu ns ot sale a. wn| be then produced, mile. s ,|„ I of III the mean time !/ i Private Contract of '. i? ie n-' ticu will he given; The folluw^ reehoid MESSUAGE I L\ NDs, * • dilate al S- i P- Qulity o£ 10,000 For the First- drawn Prize above .£ 25. " IN THE' NEW YEAR'S STATE LOTTERY, Of 12,000 Tickets, TO BEGIN DRAWING WEDNESDAY, I8th JANUARY, 1815. SCHEME CONTAINS FIFTY CAPITAL PEIZISS. 2 Of .£ 20 000 1 10,0tl0 2 2,0' 0 4 1,000 6 500 8 400 10 ST-' TF 16 « <, 0 And 2,372 Prizes, from £ 100 to .£ 15. Tickets and shares are selling at CLOCESTER, by JA- WOOD, Esq. Banker; CIRENCESTER, A. PIERCE, and Co. Dihggists; HEREFORD, T. DAVIE, S, Printer;' STF. OUD, W. S. WILSON, Do. FOR RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, X CO. Contractors for the Lottery, London, GLOCESTERSHIRET T, rOTICE is hereby K'v(' n » I bat the nesl i M General QUARTER SESSIONS of the I'F. ACI- for this County, will beholden at the BoothhaH, in Glocester, in and for the said county of Glocestei, on TBKSDAY, the TENTH DAY of JANUIHY next, and that the business of the said Sessions will commence AT TEN O'CLOCK IN THE FORE- NOON OF THAT DAY, aud be proceeded on In the following older, viz.— After the electing of a Chairman to preside for the Sessions, by calling over the High Constables, receiving I heir leturns, and admi- nistering to them the usual oaihs; also bv administer- ing the Oaths of Qualification, and granting Licence or Certificates to such persons as shall appt ar aiid apply for thai purpose: the Court will tneu adjourn to tbe K i tig's Head I nn, for the putposeof considering and mak ing Orders relating to the Gtuei al Police of the Count, v of auditing, settling, and ordering payment of ail bills aud charges 011 the Countv Rate, H ten and Where all Coroners, Keepeis of Prisons, and other per- sons having demands on 1 he County Rale are require d to attend with Ihe same; and such bitls as may be neglected to be delivered before the hour uf FIVE in the Afternoon of this day will be referred to a future Sessions. That precisely at. TEN O'CLOCK in the FORE- NOON of WEDNESDAY, the Utb, the Court vvill sit at the Bootlihall, at which tune and place all pei- ssns summoned lo serve a- Grand and Peity Jurors, are requiipdto attend and answer to tin ii names; and Bailiffs and Constables who shall hat e summoned such Jurors are to i, e present to prove, if tequila d, the due service of such summons, aud make a return of pro- cess to tliian directed The Court vvill then proceed, First, to the trial of all parish and othei appeals.— Secondly, lo the trial of' traverses.— Thirdly, trial ol tiidictinentsfor felony.— Fourthly, 10 deliver the Gaols and Houses of Correction of persons committed until the Sessions, for deserting theii families, for breaches of the peace, for bastardy, See.— and, Finally, to call on the several parties bound by recognizance, to respite or discharge the same, as the case may be. — All per- sons, therefore, intending to'prosecute appeals, or to prefer any bill or bills of indictment, o,; to trv any 11 averse ; and all witnesses in auv bip, cau. se, or suit whatsoever, intended to be prosecuted or preferred, are required to attend in the Bnnthhall on Wednesday morning, by ten o'clock, that the Court may not he ' delayed in proceeding on busiiie- s.— And all such persons as have presentments to make, or bills of in- dictment to prefer, aie desired to attend the Clerk ol the Indictments, Mr. Robert Wilton, at ' is Ofiice. in St. John's- Lane, in Glocester, and gne their instruc- tions for the same, as eariy as possible ou iheWedu s- day morning, that the Grand Jury may not be unne- cessarily delayed. EDWARD BI. OXSOME, Deputy Clerk uf t. ie Peace. Dursley, Dec. 31, 1814. \ " IT^ TRTATITIIADLEY, Middle New- street, Gou h- LVi square, London, will satisfy the mo » t scrupu- lous Iiiipiuer as to the authenticity ot a Friend of his deriving great Benefit from Ihe COROl VL BALM ot GILEAD. iu a severe disorder uf the nervous, bilious, and flatulent kind, with which he had been long afflicted. Mr. E. Piercy, H gh- slreet, Birmingham, vouches for • i. e surprising Cure of a Gentleman long m a deep Decline, having taken live bottles ot the Cordial Balm of Gilecid. The spirits, strength, and appetite of the voting man were visibly and very materially im- proved; and by continuing the u- e of' it a few weeks lunger, he was, with God's blessing, ami t> i the great comfort and astonishment ofhis family and Ineuds, restored to perfect health. Mr. B Bootliriiyd, of Pontefract, reports of a man in lhat neighbourhood, about the age of thirty, who had the appearance of labouring Under that most dan- gerous disease, the Phthisis Puhnuiedis, or Consump- tion He had a considerable degiee of hectic fever, profuse night- sweats, expectorated much, and was re- duced to a state of extieme debility. Having had tlie best medical advice be could procure, without ohta n- ing relief, be had recourse to the Coruial Balm of Gi- lead : persevering 111 the use of it, all the unfavourable symptoms gradually abated, and he has attained a igoroits stale ot health. Government Security against Counterfeits, besides a Saving uf One Bottle in Four.— The Cmdial Balm ofOilead is sold ill bottles, price lis. each; or the quantity of four 111 one Family But tie for 33s. 011 which one 11s. bottle is saved, duty included; the slaiup of • hicli bears the Proprietors name and address in tiie engraving, •' Sami. Solomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is felony; and this privilege of a particular set uf plates for his stamps has been granted to Dr. Solo- mon, by favour of his Majesty's Hon. Commissioners of Stamp Duties, purposely to secure the Public against counterfeits : none else are genuine. Sold by Wood, Walker, Morgan, and Ingram, Gloces- ter i Reddell, Tewkesbury ; Mine s, Cheltenham ; Aug, Evesham; Tymbs and Sons, Worcester; Roberts, Ross; and Wright, Hereford; prite lis. each, or four in one family bottle for 33s. by which one 1 Is. bottle is saved, with the words " Sami. Solomon, Liverpool," engraved 011 the stamp. Some disorders have been many years in proceed- ing lo such a degtee of malignancy as cannot be eiadi- caleti in* few weeks; therefore it is in order to en- courage steady perseverance 111 the use of proper aieaws that Dr. Solomon lias adopted the plan of Ins boxes, with three large 3 is. Family Bottles, contain- ing ihe quantity of Twelve at 11*. packed up sate for the country, for a Five- pound Bank- note, by which 11. 12s. is saved ; vide " Guide lo Hi alth." As Dr. Solomon's Practice is now become so great and extensive, that Ills constant engagement* n quire a considerable purlieu ofhis time and attendance, he expects, when consulted, the usual compliment of O e Pound; but all written cases or letter* of advice, and unaccompanied with an order fur medicine and rt - mittan& e, to be answered at his leisure, are requited to enclose only Haifa Guinea. Drafts may be obtained at any Post- office, payable at Liverpool, for small sums of money, which is a sure mode of conveyance.— Such letters should, for safety, be thus directed:— " Money letter. Dr. Solomon, Gilead House, near Liverpool. Paid double postage." * » * Letters may be addressed to X. Z. or A. B. at the Post oflice, till Called for. Persons who do not wish to have their names known, may have their luxes thru tied W. 8. t « bis left at nil c* U « d fur. Dg 1 4 Dill, 7 3 3 Anile 5 2 3,7 Dim WILTSHIRE.: - TO BE SOI, I) MY AUCTION W * JF. FFERr S and SOX, On Thursday, tire I? li of Jmnar v, f instead of Ihfw, of Decemb r, < ci before advertised) iff 15, „ , h 13. Tiie REVERSION in FEE, ( expectant upon ( he decease of Mary Datieey, aged ahum 60 vparn,) uf and lit a MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, anil GARDES, with a small Barn, now in tue occupation uf Wm. Bow- lev and Isaac Norm 0 0 19 14. The REVERSION in FEE, ( expectant upon Ihe decease of T. iree i Lives, aged about 46 sears each), of and ill a MEsSUAUE or TEN E- MENT, Yard, and Garden, largo Barn, aud Orchard, containing by es- timation 0 2 r Also, of and iu a valuable Piece of LAND, in the llome Field, contain- ing, by estimation 3 2 29 Atgjfa . Aud also of and inaiiother valuable Piece of LAND, in the Common, con- taining, by estimation ...... 10 1 £ « ? Dju- 15. The REVERSION in FEE," ~ " ( expectant upon the decease or tnar- nage of Jane Hawkes, Widow,) ofand in a Piece of H N 1), called the Pur- lieu, together with tne Coppice and Plantation adjoining, containing, by estimation 3 2 2, Arable 16. The REVERSION in FEE, ( expectant upon me th cense or mar- riage uf Ihe said Jam Havvk' s. V f iiid 111 a G HOUND, called Ihe Purlieu, 111 her occupation, containing, bv csli i nt. 2 3 18 Vrahi 17. The REVERSION in FEE, ( expectant upon the decease ot tue same Lives as Lol 14, of aiid in a Piece of GROUND, ca'leil the Pur- lieu, adj i: ing ihe lane leading tioiu Cerney to Ewen, in the occupation of Mr. Feirebee^ ontniuiiig hv esiirtta'ion 5 1 9 lisiirt 18. The REVER* ION in FEE, ( expectant upon the deee. ise nt die same Lives as Lot 1 I ) of a , d in anu- liiei Piece of GROUND, t ailed die Purlieu,, in 1 lie occupation uf the said Mi. Feriebee, containing, by emi- maliou 8 3 9 Al'oie 19. The REVERSION in FEE, 4 ( expectant upon the m- ce- ase of the same Life a- I ot 13.) nf and 111 a Piece of GROUND, coiled Pur iiu, in theocelip. itii. il of WiilianlB Avley, containing, by estimation ....'. 2 1 o Do Tiie above Re. vetsions lire subiect tn suign* 1111.11 Cuief Rents, whit h the respective Pure- » is will beei. titlul to from lliei toiup c lou of iiiei> ift. chases; and Ihe Land fax of liie wiude is icda. vt. Part of the Pureliase- Money may leinaui tin stfcily of ihe l'ten, lses. I N. B.— Fui a y iew of'. thc Lots, apply to tluisie. tioneers; or to Mr. J01111 J- IK- iies, of Shotucoigaiitl fur further particulars, ur lo treat fui ail ni auypitig Lois, by Private Contract, to . Mr. Wnatley, Sojisi, Cirencester. • The Purchasers of the Lots' in Possession, M? - e entitled tu. vuie for the Borough uf Cuci-. lid^ si Cauuly of Wilis. 1 45iocrstrr, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1815. ' ' . PREFERMENTS. A dispensation lias passed the Great Seal, to enable the Iter. F. E. Witts, . VI. A. of Wadham College, Ox- ' ford. and Dvnit- stic Chaplain lo the Karl of Kellie, to " hold the vicarage of Stanuuy, ( to which he has been instituted bv coinmissioii from me Bishop of Gloces- • ter on the presentation of I he Viscountess Hereford,) si it'll ilie lectory of Upper Slaughter, both in this Count v . The Rev. Thomas Clarke, M. A. has been instituted to'the rectory of Brn. nlwas, void bv the death of U'm. j . Hancock Kolieits, 1) D ; the Rev. Thomas Haynes, ji. l. IO the vie singe of Wolverley. void by the tesig. .'. nation of the Rev. Win. Digby ; and the Rev. Richard ' George, I. I.. R. to ti e vicaiace ol Stoke Prior, void by * flie V- esig'ia'ion of ihe Rev, Thomas Clarke, all io tlie ^ " V- inm?- . noil on the presentation of the Dean audChap- L ter. lof. Worcester. The Rev. J. C. Palmer, I'. L. D. is- appointed tothe recteifi-.- s Of Comptou, Pauneufoot, Sutton Montis, autl Stowell, nil in Somerset, vac- ant bv the death of his fatlfei, ttie Rev. .1. Palmer, the late incumbent. Tlie Rev. Waiter Kitson ha. been piesented, by • Genet til Popham, to the living of M'ai'ksbory, Somer- set, void tiy the death of the ' Rev. Dr. liak- er. The Rev. S Unseal!, fellow of IJrasenose college, Ox fold, is nominated to the lectureship of Rodborough, Gloc e- tersliire. The Rev. V. M. babiiigton, A. M. Hector of Peter- slow, Herefordshire, lias been prg^ euled to. the Pre- linidan1 of Withingion, by the Right Rev. the Loid Bishop of thai Diocese. His Grace ihe Duke of f'eaufort has caused the ' name oft lie Rev. Ki- nj. Jones to he inseited in the Commission of the Peace for t lie county of Mouaioatb. BIRTH;— On the 23d mt. tne t. ad , of Dausey Rich. Dausev, Esq. of l. aslun, in the county of Hereford, of - a soli and heir. MARRIED — On the 24' h ultimo, J. Palmer, Esq. of • Co. ano~. Si, Nicholas, Somerset, to Miss Halleit. of c Rairtow n, Doiset. — Wednesday, Mr. Augustus Rad clitfe, of Swansea, to Saiah, second daughter of Mis. Allgood, of Pont. vpool, Mooin- itHhshice.— Tuesday, Mr. T. Mt'iedilh, of Worcester, to Harriet, second daughter of Th is, Williams. I'.- q. of e. lv- plaee, l. on- dim.— On Satitidav last at Leominster, Mr. W. Evans, to Miss Sarah Price, of the Hall's Head Inn, in the former place — On the22d tilt, at Ludlow, by the Rev. J.' V*. Vashou, Edward, eldest son of E Wheeler, Esq. c, f- Kviewood, Worcestershire, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of James Giaham, Esq. of the former place. — On Tuesday last, al Kingst. mley, iu this county, Sir. Anthoov Waiglit, to Mrs. Webster, widow, of the above place. r. ariv ou Sundav morning' rliej, in the 84th year of bis age, Giles Greenau av, Esq. one of the senior Al- . dernien, and many years ttie faithful . Chamberlain of the Corporation oftlits city Ills conduct through life .. exhibit, d an undeviating example of the nicest punc- tuality and most scrupulous integrity. DIED.— At Dublin, on the 30th of December,' George ' Frederick Nugent, Earl of Westme.- vtli, Karon Delvin, & c.— On Monday, at Penys'one, neat Ross, Mrs. Clif ford, relict of William Mpi gan Clifford. Esq. of that, place.— At t- is h- use, near Cliepstoa, the Ret. Dr. Campliu, Vicar of All Saints, Bristol, and Fellow of Magdalen College, Ovfoid. — . Miss Mary Nind, third daughter of Isaac Nind, Esq. of Overbury, near Tewkesbury, afier a liugeiing aud painful illness.— On Wednesday morning, at an advanced age, Mrs. Watts, of Northgate- stieet, iu ibis city; a woman much respected aud sincerely regretted by her family aud friends— Yesterday, after many years of suffer- i- r. r, Mrs. S'oek, widow of Mr. Tli. mas Stock, butcher, Wfjstgate- stieet; whose death we announci d in our last piper.— On Monday last, Mrs. H vatt, wife of M* Tlios. Hvall, of the Dolphin Inn, in this city.— i, i, i Saturdav lasi, at VViliou- apon- Wve, Mr William 1 uier, cornlaftor, of that place.— On the 25th n't. „ t* t Broadway, in tiis 80th year. Mr. William Russell, cl - erved'ry and universally esteemed, of an aucieir- a. i- l lo- peCta&' e futility, and a iiulv honest man — On ' I. Ioiidav, the 26th ult. Mrs. Elizabeth Ktllv. of Pint, row, Knightebridge, foiniyrlvof the city of Dublin, sii- l fpother of Mr, Kelly, of the - ssemt>( v Rooms, in Coelteuhani — Lately, at Bromvard, aged 2S years-, after a long and seveie illness, fcoine wilh Christian pa- t. i- ni'i- au4i « signatioii, Mrs. Kelly, wife of Mr. J Kel. it-.; \ f i he Latin School, in that town.— On Toiirsday, agvel 77, alter au illness of 24 hours, the Rev, Win Jesse, M. A. formerly of. Trinity College, Oxford, Rector of RibbSsford, Worcestershire, and pf Bowles, iu Shropshire; Perpetual Curate and l. t- c- turcrofWest Bromwiel), in Staffordshire, and Chap- la. II to the Earl of Glasgow.— At Crosby, Lancashire, where he had been curate 32 years, the Rev. James Jones, aged 59 ; his stipend during tiie " before men- tioned period did not average more than 401. a year, upon a living worth one thousand pounds per annum. Tie Was the anonymous author of many pious and learned tracts; his character was unblemished, and his life uiireustired, except by a few who envied his v rslies and abilities. Mr. J. has left nine children, whom bv the most tigid economy, he was enabled to liring up in a wav becoming the respectability of his profession.— At his house in Somerset- street, at the advanced age of 81, Hie Rev. James Scott, D. L). of Trinity College, Cambridge, and incumbent for up- wards of 45 years of ihe great living of Simonb- iui ne, Northumberland, supposed to be worih5tXH);. peranu. hit t he patiouage of GreeuvvichHospital— a living wine, he obtained from the Earl of Sandwich, for his politi- cal letters in the daily newspapers, under the signa ture of Auti- Sejauus. As a poet. Dr. Scott was dis- tinguished iu eaily life, having gained the Seatoniau prize iu the three successive years of 1760, 1761, and 1762— for Ins '' Heaven," a vision— Ins verses on purity of heart— aud bis hsmu on the subject of repentance. The living of Simonhouine is mnv to he divided into four distinct livings, lo which clergymen who have aerved as chaplains in the Itoyal Navv are to be ap- pointed.— Lately, at Rttinsford, near Ormskirk, Mr. Joshua Tunstal, at the advanced age of 104.— At Aber ystwith, E. Humphreys, better known bv the name of Admiral Haivke, from his having evinced much gal lantry in several of that renowned Cominandei's en- gagements, and being superlatively proud of Ins lau rels. He continued sooie time in the service of Irs king and country, during Ihe present reign; he was thu oldest inhabitant, and bui gess of Aberystwith, be iug in his 99tti year, and notwithstanding his age ami the misfortune of having lost his sight, he attended, aud voted at, the last election for the BoVough of Cai difran.— On Christmas Eve, the day she completed her 104th year, at ihe house of Industry, Coventry, Mis. Clements, who retained her faculties until the l ues- day preceding her death. The Treasurers of our Intiimary have leeeived One Pound from au anonymous beiirfatlor, 41 as a pledge of gratitude for the return of peace." At a Couit of Alderm in held al theToi- ey, in this city, yesterday, Samuel II ckett-, Esq, was dieted oue of that body, iu the room of the late Giles Green- away, Esq. A . Bristol Paper savs, that Mr. Davis, one of the R-' pi. ju- ntaiises of lhat city, had leeeived a lettei fiom Lord Liverpool, ill which, after stating Ihe principal conditions ol the tieaty witji America, his Lord- hip observed, that it wool 1 probably be lale in the ensuing year before onr fleets aud armies cotiitl be withdrawn from America, and that on these grounds it miglil still be deemed necessary to con- tinue the Properly Tax until April, 1816. We line been favonred Willi the following state- ment of the present reduced rale of Export Duties, by a most respe- ta » le inert an ile house, in Binning- hni., hy whom it was obtained direct from Ihe Cus. to-, n House in London. We hive great pleasure in laying it before our reader-, > is wi- fiu 1 the commercial woild aie not generally acquainted with ti e latest reduction. " To North and South America aud the West Indies, oue per emt. and lo all ports in Europe, one half per cent. — to Ihe East Indies no Expoil Duly is demanded." The infamous paragraphs which have appeared in some of the London papeis, in which the name of ( lit VisrOiintess Deeihrirst Is mentioned as having been tie I. aily !>. who. latelv exhibited articles of the pence against her husband, cannot be loo severely reprobat- ed and condemned. Such outrages on the feelings of amiable individuals naturally call f r the ceunire and execration of eveiv hours! and honourable mind, and are an utter disgrace to liie diurnal press. Tiie Lady 1). alluded to, is mi in the remotest degree n later! lo any noble family, and denves her t, lie merely from the Kiugb tlrootl of her luubaiid, against whom aile his pie- ttireu her cowpioiui, " Superb cups, with suitable inscriptions, are now in progress of completion by Messrs. Love an t Kelly, for the purpose of being presented to the Officers of the Cheltenham Yeomanry Cavalry. Al Brown's cottage, Chariton, ne<~ Cheltenham, the residence of Capt. Lyous, there is an apple tree iu full blossom. In contradiction tothe positive assertions of llie opposition newspapers, that the terms of the Treaty of Peace with America had given universal dissatis- faction, we find that Hie intelligence lias been received by all classes ill the principal manufacturing and com- mercial towns witii the utmost exultation. IwBirmiug- hart), the firsl intimation was received with the most lively sensations of delight; and on Wednesday, not withstanding the inclemency of the weather, hundreds proceeded to greet the iii.> U upon its arrival with the official account: they drew the conch to tbe Post- office, and through several of the principal streets, loaded with flags, laurel, ribbons, fce. amid the animat- ing shouts of the populace and Ihe harmonious peals proceeding from the bells of tiie different chin files.— The same feeling was evinced al Liverpool, Manches- ter, Bristol, and all other places from whence accounts have been received either by tils' provincial papers or by private letters. Lord Foley's Hounds will meet Oil Monday, at Earner Wood; We. lnr-. lay, aiRatidan Woods; and ou Friday, at DiiJmarslou, at lulf- past ten each morning. Iu consequence of tlie disproportion between the price of Bread and Wheat, the Magistrates for the County of Warwi'k intend, at the next Sessions, to lake the matter into their consideration, and regulate the price bv ihe existing A- 1 of Parliament. The Chairmen of the difivient in. itkot rooms in Reading, mid other market towns in Berkshire, have been called upon to obtain signatures to a pi tition to Parliament, stating the present alarming situation of the agricultural interest, in consequence of tlie faci- lity with which toreign corn and flour is allowed to Ile imported into this kingdom, and for liie disconti- nuance of the Pioperly Tax at the time tir. st ap- pointed.- On the 26th ult. the inhabitants of Tannton unani- mously resolved, '' That an humble but earnest Peti- tion be presented to the Honourable House of Com- mons, imploring lhat a tax » o insuppoitably obnoxi- ous, both in principle and practice, to the people, as the Property Tax is declared to be, may neither be continued or renewed, uu- ler any sort of modification ; but that tjie pecuniary wants of Government may be hereafter supplied from sources that would bear less heavy on the finances, and lessofleusivfy on the feelings, of the community." On- the 29th ull. the inhabitants of Plymouth re- solved to petition against the lax, as " partial, op- prtssive, and inquisitorial." A letter from Bristol, mentions that Colonel Pure- toy, whose supposed robbery and ill treatment was noticed in our la- t, was considerably bettei, aud re- covering^ his reason and speech. His two sisters were with him. On the 26th nit. Mr. Thomson, of Islington, near London, gave a plentiful dinner of roast beef and plmn- pudding to the children of the Sunday School at Ebley, in this comity ( in number nearly 200,) as a testimony of his approbation oflhe mode of education and very orderly conduct of the poor scholars, amongst whom a number of books and juvenile tracts were al.- o distributed. Mr. au I Mrs. Tnomson after wards presided at a sumptuous entertainment given to ihe Committee of ihe School, upwards of thirty teachers, and other friends. A baud of music en- livened Ihe meeting by playing dining the afternoon- am| Ihe company departed highly gratified with tlx « politeness and ho- pitatitv of their liberal host, " ' Tne Maiqins of Bath's accustomed Cliriimas dona, tion of three fat oxen and 300 loaves of bread, to tile poor in the vicinity ol Louaitut, was dUiiihuted on Ihe 231 ult. together with uiiineiotis articles of clothing tor children and m- i! r- rswi*. The Rev. Air. Baring, of Durstou, ( brother of tbe very worthy Member for T- ninton) di- liilmted lest week lo the poor of that village and its neighbour- hood, 2000lh. weight of butcher's meal, and 250 loaves, iuatdiiioii to a seiies of liberalities which are constantly flowing fiom Ihe band and heart of this estimable minister. On 22 I ult. the sloop Speedy, of Penzance, with i'oppel', iron, earthenware, fisc tiom Bristol to Guern- sey and Jcisey, was wrecked near the entrance of Milford harbour; Ihe crew- saved themselves in their boat, lint very little of the cargo or materials of the vessel have been preserved. S out' day, as Iwo men were fisli'ng Iheir nets for herring* in Bridge- water Bay, n gale of wind upset tiie boat, and llity were both drowned. Oil the 27lh ult. the spring tide rose so high at Ex- inoulli, as to occasion considerable damage on the beach; the life- boat liot/ se was carried away, the wreck ot which diove Ihe Castom- hoHse boat and several others from their moorings. Part ot tlie Pas- sage liause was thrown down, and oilier buildings weie destroyed or undermined. The house of Mr. Si ragoe suffered much damage, aud iiis gardens were levelled aud incorporated with the sand ou the sea shore: ibis l irciims anrc is pc uliarly disir ssing, as it was Ins whole property, and lie had laiely expended 3001. upon it. The land is Lord Rolle's. A melancholy accident occurred at Evesham, on Monday last. One of llie woikmen, in the employ ot Vl. ssrs Robert, Reynolds, and Co. oilmen, ol that olai- e, while engaged in oiling Hie machinery upon their premises, his clothes got entangled loiuui one of ihe wheels, by which he was drawn in, and shocking to lelate, was instantly ciiished lo death.— We hear that the unfortunate man uas left a disconsolate wilt an t 3 young children to lament his loss. Ou Friday evening about five o'clock, as a young man of toe name ot Bennett was returning trom Mr. Callow's Mill, near S- dwarp, wilh a horse and cart, it being extremely daik, he took a wrong direction, and diove into the stream, which being very deep end rapid, himself, with the cart and horse, were nil lie ! down the current and lost 1 Coroner's verdict, aci- iih utal death. A coroner's inquest was held ou Monday at Stour- port on Edward Wilcox, agtd S6' yeais, who on Wed- nesday. passing a canal boat np ilie lo. k from the Se- v, rn into tlie tiasoti, slipped off the lot k bridge, lb- re oemg no rail or guard, into ilie bason and wasdiown- etf. This poor man lias left a wife pregnant, ant! seven ehildreu totally destitute. Verdict, accidental death. On Saturday was committed to Yoik Gaol, Thos. Pottage, jiin. for not giving satii- fartoiy answers lo tlie Commissioners in his Commission ot Bankrupt, y. Wednesday were committed to Leicester Honse of Correction, Henry Bond atltl Cbailes Piekard, min- ers, ofBedworlh, in Hie county of Warwick, for im- posing upon the paiisliof Husbands Bosworth, in Lei- cestershire, under pretence of having suffered Ivy los-. es and misfortunes as desciibed in their written petition. Il is suspected many offenders of this des- cription. which the law i onsi lersas rogues and vaga- bouds, are wandering in this state of vagrancy through - out ttie country, and when apprehended will he dealt with a'- eordint ly. Commitments lo our County Giro?.— On Friday, Ste- phen Phillips, hy J. Tirnbrill, Clerk, charged ou sus- picion of iireiikiojr into the dw< liiog- h-- u. se of Daniel Smart, of Wiochcomb, in me night- tune, and stealing therefrom oue ounce of tobacco a-.- d a few halfpence. Inspropertv — O i Wednesday, Urn. Ueozer and Tlios. IVilli'ims, by Samuel Peacli Peach, Esq. charged with stealing one sack- of potatoes from a field in liie parish of Oiv eston, the propertv ot Robert Chappel. - Aud on Thursday, Ww,. Heitdine, by TliomasNasb, D. D and J tin Tiuibi ill, Cierk, charged oil suspicion of stealing one hempen bag, the pioperty of Mr. Jiii- ttarii Pensaai, of Futtliainploii, cmrsmAs. At this season of the year, liie practice of adorning4 our hou. es w ith evergreen's ha. excited a curiosity in many'persons to know the re. i- iin of the custom, and ill whit it oiiginated. The following observations, taken from Bourne's Popul ir AntiquiUc, may there fore gratify many of tun renders: — " The custom observed at this season of the year ( Christmas) is the adorning of windows with huy and laurel. ft is but seldom observed in the North; but in the* southern parts it is very common, particularly at our Universities; w h" ie it is customarv to adoin, not only the common windows of tire Ioio- i aud the colleges, but also to bedeck the chapels of Ihe cottegcs e. iihhniHehes of la'irel. '' ' • " The laurel was used atnnngi^ Hhicient . Romans as an emblem of several tilings, ^^^ Ai particular'of peace, joy, and victory.* And I^ HH^ e it t^ as hi en used at this season bv christians, as an emblem of joy fortlie victory gamed oierthe powers of daikness, aud of that peace on earth, that good will tow- aids men, w hich lhe'Augels sung ovei the fields ofBethlehem. " The second council of Bracara, can. 73, forbade Christians ' to deck their houses- With bay leaves and green boughs.' For this prohibition thev gave tins leason, ( funis HTC ohsercat'- o iiagariis ai est— \\\ tins kind of custom doth hold of paganism ; tn- caase t he outward practice of heathenish rues, formed jointly with the Pagans themselves, could not but imply a consent iu Paganism; but. at present there is no'ilanif'- r of such evil consequences, ft may he liu enihlvui of i'Ov fou « , without confirming any in t he practice of " Ileal ii ovum.' Tne Rev. | Jr. Chandler informs ns, in hi- T Vi- ls' inGreece,' tint wlieie Druniisui prevailed, ine heu- e, were decked with evergreens in December, thai the sylvan spirits might lepHir In litem, and remain tin- nipped with frost and told winds, until a mild c sea- son had renewed lb- foliage of ttieir dulling abodes.' * Laurus et pvifi- n liabetur, - quiim prasteniti inter armatos hos- tes qu s- ti. su indicium. R iu. in:- piaicipu- Ismix vietnri. iruiuque nuiuia. PoiyJ. Virg. da,^ ter. la cat. lib 3, cap; 4, p. lio. locaC tokens.* Doubts having been laised as to the liability of the original issneis ot local tok ns to pry to the holder Hit reof the value denoted on each ot » nrh toki- iis, in consequence of its living exprtssid thereon : th t « ponn I note Would tie pin I f H a eeruiti qiiaiit ty of them ; it is denned expedieiil, for Ills information of the public, to subjoin- an extract fiout au Act passed in Ihe last session of Parliament, which it is presumed will satisfy such doubts : 54 Geo.- 111. cap. 4. sec. 3.—" And be it further en- acted, that all persons who shall have originally issu- ed, or have been concerned in l tie original issuing or circulation of any such tokiiuS, aud their respective Executors and Administratois, shall be, and tlrey aie hereby declared lo be liable in Law, upon demand, made of the va'uu denoted, upon the Token* issued hy suc. li persons respectively, to pay the sain • ; and the amount of monev or va. ue denoted upon anv soc- h Tokens, either by letters, words, liguies, ma. ks. ,, r o'hei vvi e, mav he recovered bv the bearer oi bolder thereof, in anv action or suit against the person or persons who shall have original!) issued or been con corned in tin- original isMpng or cii-' inatiou of sui h Tokens, iu like manner as tlie amount or v i';- ite of any promissory notes payable to b arer and issuable by Law, mav- now be. recovered, to pay off or dischaige i be same." A case of this kind was decided in ( lie Comt of Requests, in Bath, on Wednesday. Tiie defendants contended, lhat lliey c onn! noi be compelled, on the grounds of their tokens expressing that payment should be made in a onevonod note fir 20 shillings value; but this was over- ruled by tin Coin t, > ij: ho de- cided that every smgte tok- n must be paid on pre- sentation, copper Only excepted; at the sauietim. remarking, that if il were otherwise, it would be the greatest injustice,— ttie law noio prohibiling the holder from passing his token to any lint the otiginal issuer This subject at present is verv imporlaiii to the community, and the law, thus explained, must be considered dVcylve; but we earnestly request the public to remember Ihe great, ttie iudispeii- ible ac- comm'i laliou liial was reiulered to theln when ihe- e tokens were fiist issnC'l. and nope that, by every sen liment of er/ uity and gratitude, they will if f'., Ill Iroia rexaiiously taking advantage ot^ the issuers. • CAUTION TO BANKERv. f , Several bankers and oilier persons having' lately been fined- for issuing pote* nn- ler 20s. in value, w- e are induced to give tlie following extracts from the \< l of Pa liami nl: — By 48 Geo III. cap. 88. it is enacted, " That al! promissory or other notes, hills of exchange, or drafts, or und' rtakings i. r wri'ing, being negotiable or tiaas- fi rable, for the payment of any sum of money, or any orders, noies, oi undertakings in writing,- being negotiable or trausferidile, for the delivery of any goods, specifying their value in money, t- « s than the sum of twenty shil- ings in the whole, made or issii'- d, are declared, absolutely void and of no e ffect." - And it is a so further enacted, '' Tuat if any p- rson or persons shall by anv art, device, or means whatsoever, publish or utter any sncii note-, bids, drafts, or euga^ Pineiils as aforesaid, for a less sum than twenty shillings, or on which less than the sum ot iwentv shillings shall be due, and which shall be lu anywise negotiable or trans- ferable, or shall negotiate or transfer I lit' same, evety such pels, ill siiad forfeit and pay for every such offence any sum not exceeding twenty pounds, or less than five pounds, at I lie discretion ofthe Juslire who shall hear and determine sncli offence." Il doe's uoi appear lo us, that the above can apply to a i lieqne for any sum drawn by a tradesman on His banker. PATIENTS IN GLOCl-. STER INFIRMARY. Men, 48, ' V Is, 72 — Women, 32, Beds, 45. HEIGHT OF THE HUES Calculated for the Kiver Severn, Bristol Channel, & c. feet, indies. rinffti Subscribing Members of Ike SOCIETY for J[ Promoting CHRIST! VN KNOWLEDGE, re- sident in til's County, are respectfully informed that the next Meeting of the Diocesan Committee, volt be holden at the KING'S HEAD INN, on TUESDAY, the lOthinst. precisely id twelve o'clock. ROBERT CLIFTON, Secretary. • Glocester, Jan. 5, 1815. THIS DAY. .. 13 9 SUNDAY... 14 1 MONHAY 14 10 TTLFSOAY .. . 15 6 WEDNESDAY. 15 11 THURSDAY... 16 0 16 1 Fifty Capital Prizes, a no g which are TWO 0 TWENTY THOUSAND POUND-' each, and TWO of TEN THOUSAND POUND- i each, must tie di- iiiliuti'i! among the Public in the course of a few days, * « tiie Di awing oftlie Lottery will take place on the (- in. en's IVirlli Day, January 18tu. Tiie First Ticket drawn a Prize above 25 . will re, eive Ten Thousand Pounds iu addition to such Prize. Ten Thousand Pounds K) R THE FIRST Tit K. ET DRAWN A Prize above < 25 ui Wednesday, 18 th January. NEW YEAR'S LOTTERY BEGINS DRAWING 18111 J \ NU- VhY, 1815. NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN. THAT a GE- NERAL MEETING ot LIEUTENANCY for the county of Glocester, w ith the City and Comity of the City of Glocester, and llie City and County of the City of Bristol, will be held at t « e King's- Head Inn, in the City of GloeesteV, on WEDNESDAY, the licit dav of January next, at noon, for the purpose lof directing Pinceediugs. for causing into execution ihe several Acts foi supplying vacancies in the LOCAL MJ- Li riA of II. is County By Older of the Lord Lieutenant, H. WILTON, Clerk of General Meetings. 7o Carpenters and others. \ LL Pi i Hons desirous of engaging ro PROVIDE -. nl FIX the CENTRING lor the WEST- G VIE BRIDGE, at G forester, ate desired . to semi Tenders, stating the Terms upon woic'i they will un- dertake the Work agreeably to Hie Drawings and Spe- cifications to be seen, upon application lo Mr. JONES, ai tue Hiidge. The Tenders will be received by Messrs WILTON, - Solicitors, tilocester, on or before 12 o'clock, Jauntily 11, 18t5- neivent~ sciTool, . Conducted by the Rev. N. S SMITH. ' T" rns SEMIN \ RY Will R open tor tlie Ilerep- i tion of PUPILS, on the 231 Jaunary, 1815 I'ho'se Parents who may einpl n Mr. S. in the edu- cation of llieir Sons, are desired to. be punctual in sending them to the time advertised^ — Terms of this Academy are extremely moderate, and the treatment of the Pupils truly paternal. References wit! be glad- ly given to this effect to Persons of the fiist respec- tability, who are desirms of disseminating the merits of Mr. Smith's mode of treatment. Youths are educated in this School either for Com- nteieia, Parsti. ls, or for the Univeisl. ics. Latin ou the Etonian ^ vteiu. CITY OF GLOC ESTER. WILLIAM READ EGS respectfully lo inform his Friends and the Public, that having LET liis extnl « iee WARE- HOUSES and SHOP in the Westgale- street, to Mr JOHN HEWLETT, Cabinet Maker and Upiiolsteier, he bvga to recommend lun in thai hue of Business. JOHN Hli. VVLli. TT, Cabinet- Maker, Upholsterer, Appraiser, and Auctioneer, NORTHG \ TE STREE I', GLOCESTER, EGS to return Im sineeie Tiiaoks lo hi- Fnen lt and tin- Public lor pasl Favours, and iuform- liienrlie has ensiaged the extensive SHOP lately oc- cupied bv MR, WM RE\ D, in tue Westgate- slreei, for all AUCHON ROD VI, where lie will he happs to serve tli » Public by disposing of EVERY SORT OF PROPERTY entrusted to lus caie, ou the most reilKOoable Terms. N B MJL ACCOUNTS SETTLED IMME- DIATELY. SOUTHGATE TTJRNPIKK, THE next MEETING ot tlie TRUSTEES of tiii « District of Road, will be held ou Tuesday, the lOtli day of JaoHaiy, 1815, at Eleven o'Clpek ill the Forenoon,' af the Bell Inn, m the City of Gfo- cester. JOHN PHILLPOTTS, Clerk- GLOCESTER. WESTQATF.- STRiih r. near the CBOSf. TO BK SOLD BY AUCI ION, bv - f Mr. HEWLETT, On Moiflsv, the 9m day of J iiiuary, 1815 ;— A ipian. titv- of ^ ew ami Fasiuoe. able Straw and Cllip Bf) N- NETS, Os. riclc and Dowi, FEATHERS. FLOWERS, SHOP FIXTURES, See wta a neat assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE- The whole will be Sold without reserve, the Owner declining that line of Business. Sale to commence precisely at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon. — —••" Capital House and Buuoess to be Disposed of in the Centre of the City of Glocester. TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, BY Mr. CREED, Vt the Boitli- Haii Inn, sometime iu the month of January, 1815, unless disposed of in the mean lime by Piivate Contract, of which Notice wili be given in I is Piper;- all that substantial brick- built DWEL- LING- 4 KHJSE, SHOP, and Premises, now iu Hie occupation of Mr. DAVIS. Druggist, Arc. opposite the Uppei George Coffee- House, iu the Westgate- street, nuqiiestiu ab y file liesi situation for Trade in the City, being near the intended New County Hall ; and in consequence of several good Houses being milled down to make room for tiie Public Building, this Pro- perty is become almost invaluable, and such anoihi r offei is not likely to be made for many years lo come, Any Person disposed to enter into the Drug und Pharmacy Business, has a most favourable opportunity of taking t • the Stock, H tiseliold Furniture, See. at a fur valuation, and Immediate Posse- sion. To view the same, and for further Particulars, ap- ply on the Premises; or to Mr. Kendail, Wharliugei and Coal Merchant, Glocester. SCHEME CONTAINS 2 of .£ 2n, ono 2 10,000 & c. Sir. in all FIFTY CAPITAL PRIZES, Besides 2,372 smaller Prizes of £ 100, £ 50, £- 15, & c. IN TUli~ t(^ LOTTERY, No. 755 i. 16,000 857 2,1) 00 ' 2,636 300 3,899 .' . 200 Were all Solo ill SHARES by SH IFT 6c Co. the Conn ciors, at their Offices, No. 11, Poultry; I No. 31, Atdgate High 12, Chaiing Cross; | Street; An I bv then Agents, J. \ VA S'ff « 0 URN, Itoolcseller, GlocesLr. If. SI EVENS, Cirencester. K E. HEDDELL, TewkesbM- g. THE TWO Last Prizes ot .£ 30,000, THE TWO Last Prizes of =£' 20,000, THE Last Prize of £ 10,000, AND THE Last Prize of =£ 3,000, Erer drawn, were all shared and sold by BISH, 4, Oornbill, and 9, Chariug- Ooss, London ; and by tlie undermentioned Agents, who are now selling Tickets and Shares for the New Year's Lottery, which com- mences 18th THIS MONTH. The Scheme contains I'm Prizes of £ 20,000, Two of .£ 10,000, and 46 other Capitals. HOUGH If SON, Booksellers, Glocester. BARRY and S ON, Booksellers, Bristol T. ENTIVISLE, Post- Office, Cheltenham. R. PARKINSON, Berkeley. J. If. HUNT, Bookseller, Worcester. Tickets, Shares and Schemes to be had of tbe above Ageuts. BY order of the Court for llie relief of Insolvent Debtors, the Petition of JOHN JONES, late of Painswick, in the County of Glocester, Sadler, and now a prisoner in his Majesty's Gaol in and for the County of Glocester, will be heard before his Ma- jesty's Justices of the Peace for the said County, at 11 General Session of the Peace, or adjournment theieof, which shall be hidden next afier the expiration of twenty days at least from Hie dale hereof.— The Peti- tion and Schedule oftlie said prisoner are filed in the Office of the said Cuiirt, at No. 59, Miilidiik- street, Westminster. List of the Creditors ofthe said John Jones. Fletcher aud Sliarrait, Walsall, Staffordshire, iron- mongers; Samuel Hogg, maltster and tallow- chandler; William Loveday, maltster; John Bayl. s, i- lotiiier; Alexander Christie, linen- draper; John Skinner, meal- man; John George, farmer; Daniel Chandler, hatter; Thomas Smith, sadler; Benjamin Horlick, linen- dra- per; Richard Hewett, farmer; all of Painswick ; John Baldwin, Rodborongh, near Stroud, mail- coach guard ; Robert Frew, Cirencester, hawker and pedlar ; James Harding, Dursley, rope maker; Daniel Theyer, Down Farm, near Painswlck, farmer j aud Samuel Cooke, Misserduie, tawer; all in tiie. County of Glocester ; John Tovey, Soiiihgate- street, ironmonger; Joshua Fisher, Westgate- street, currier; and Piiiloe Maddy, Soutligaie- street, currier; all of the . City of Glores- ter ; J nn Ptotlieroe ami Richard Hunt, ti'& Hiuuugei'n, Broad Quay, Bib'ol. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. NORFOLK HOUSE, GLOCESTER. , TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by CHARLES WOOD, At the RAM INN, in'the City of Glocester. on Tnes'Jay, the 21th day of January, 1815, at Five o'Clock 111 tin evening. That handsome New- built Stone- front HOU'E, called NORFOLK HOU - E, situate ' iii Nort- lk- S irt- et, near 1 tie Glocester Spa ; consisting of Dining and Drawing- rooms, with folding' doors- Library, 7 Lodging-; 00111s, l> re » siiig- r- ooms, and every, other requi- site torn Family. Also, adjoining 1 lie House a iarga walled Garden, with large close gates top and bottom, and. a Piece « f Laud reserved f- jr builduigCoach- UOuse a'lcfStabling. These Premises are fitted up in the most complete manner, and may be entered tipou iimnesliately. Tho Tax s will be trifling. For Paitieulars, apply to T. Tanner, G. Wsod, dr John Cook, sen. Bear Land, Glocester. Dec. 17, 1814. 7 1 37 25 lt> W. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. " TO BE SOLD bv AUCTION, by A CHARLES WOOD, At the Ram Inn, Gloucester, on Wednesday, the 18th day of January, > 815, 111 Lots, precisely at Four o'clock in the'afternoon, unless in Hie mean time dis- posed of by Private Contract, ( subject to such Condi- tions as will be then produced); — THE FOLLOWING VALUVBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Situate 111 the Parish of Upton- Saiul- Leonard's, viz. a R. r, A Close of Meadow or Pasture Grbund, More or less. railed Grass Croft or Hawthorn Buds, con- taming 2 1 14 Ditto, called The. Twenty Lays, containing s 0 at Five Lands of Pasture. Ground, part of Middle Clanleys, containing 0 2 14 Six ditto, fui loer pai I of Clanley't, containing 1 0 5 A Close of Pasture Grouiul, called llaw Close 111 Lower Clanlci1, con'aiiimg i 3 0 Three Bulls or Pieces of Arable Land, in a Fn id called Whealridge, containing o 1 19 One Lend in Churchjield, containing 0 0 30 Two Ditto iu ditto, containing 0 0 37 One Ditto in ditto, roiitainii g .. 0 0 ' 21 One Headland iu ditto, continuing 11 o 38 One other Headland 1: 1 ditto, containing... 0 0 33 Two oilier Lands in ' ditto, containing 0 1 3 One Ditto iu ditto, containing 0 0 26 Two Ditto 111 ditto, etiiitaiuiiig 0 0 30 One Land in Ration Field, containing 0 0 14 Two Ditto in ditto, containing 0 0 24 A Lot r Pn'ceof Laud in ditto, containing 0 1 Two Lauds 111 4tvejield, confaniuig 0 a <> One Ditto in oil:-. containing . . O 0 39 Seven other Lands iii ditto, eontaitiiiisr 0 3 30 One Land in Rotton Field, eoiituiiimg...... 0 1 O Two Ditto 1 ' hit, 1, eon ai . log 0 1 is One Lot or Piece in ditto,- containing 8 1 ai Two Lapels i. i the North- west Coiner of the same Field, containing 0 2 1 Two Piqciis 111 the Flat of tae same Field, containing 0 One Lund ill ditto, containing 0 One utile 1 Land it' ditto, containing 0- One other Piece in ditto, c- ntammg 5 One other Land m ditto, containing 0 For a view of Ihe Premises, apply to Mr, Frank is, of Upton- Saiut- Leonaids aforesaid, Hie Pro. priefor; and for further Particulars, fo Mi. Gardueiy and Mi'. Suiiih, Solicitors, Gloucester; or Mr. Wiiat> ley. Solicitor, Cirencester. College Green, Gloucester, Dec. 10,1814. Cuntil -. hares, Annuities, Post Obit, und Share in a valuable Railway. Collieries, and Stone Quarries m in the Forest of Dean. BY ORDV. R OF THE EXECUTORS. PO BE SOLD BY AUC4' iO\, BY 1 CHARLES WOOD, ( lu Lois,) at lite King's H ad Inn, in the City of Glocesti r, on Thursday, Ihe 16th doy of February, 1815, at four o'clock 111 Ihe afternoon; THIRTY SHARES in Ihe GLOCESTER and BERKELEY CANAL. ; three bl aies in a Lot. One SH A is E in the HEREFORDSHIRE and GLOCE'sTER HIRE CAN AL. Oue Undivided I'uird- part or SHARE of aod in Tnree FREEHOLD MESSUAGES and TENE- MENTS, Willi ihe GARDENS and ORCHARD be- niiid toe same, situate 111 Liule vorlli, near tiie City of Giocester, and adjoining the Ch lleohaui Railway, iu 111 the several occupations of Sarah Joy, Aiexa.- der Allen, and Joseph Winlei, containing a front of 34 feet, and being In depth again t tiie Railway- 224 feet. Au ANNUITY of 451 14s* gianted lot t., e Term of 90 years, dettriuiiiable upon the deal It of a Gentle- man now under Ihe age of 22 years, and 111 perfect health. An A \ NLT I'Y ot 5<- 3!. 5s. granted for tlie Term of 80 years, dvtei unliable upon the death of a healthy Latly of ihe age of 41 years. Tne payment of tuese Annuities is secured by the Bond ofthe parties granting tin 111; and tae Tolls arising upon the Rail" ay, with the Profits of tho Collieries and Simie Gunnies after mentioned, are demised as a Collateral Security. The 1 ives, for wlncii Ihe Annuities ate gra. ted, are insured, and the benefit of the several Policies will be assign- ed lo tlie respective Purchasers. Tue RIGHT to the > UM of 80001 payable upon Ihe death, without issue, of a Widow Lady, aged 55 years; but subject to tlie payment, in the mean lime, of an Annuity of 30)/. a year. Tiie payment of Ihe 80001. is secured upon - Fieehold Estates, of larga vame, 111 ihe County of Hereford. A Foui Hi SHARE of and in the RAILWAY, called The BULLO PILL RAILWAY, extending Irons the River Severnat Butlo Pnl, 111 tlie Paiish ofNewii- liam, tu Ihe summit of the Hill above Churchway En- gine, m the Forest of Dean, passing 111 its cduise the Collieries and Stone Quarries nfter- ilieiilioned, and also oilier Collieries and v. iri us Iron and other Works; and also of and in tiie COLLIERIES in llie - aid Forest, worked by and belonging 10 the Bullii Pill Railway Company, and to wi. ich are attached Three powerful Engines, and other requisite Mnchinnij, all 111 complete order aud substantial repair, logtiner Willi certain Gale Marks iu the said Forest; a. tl also of and in the STONE QUARRIES 111 the said F„ resi, open- ed by tiie Btillo Pill Railway Company, upon an ex- tensive Scale, and producing Paving and Building Stone ofthe firsl quality; and pro tided with • Saw Mill, - and other Machinery. Tne quantity of Coal at present raised in the Collie- ries is considerable, and of superior quality ; and as soon as the lower Veins in the Lower Bitsoii Woiks arc opened, to which liie Pus are sunk wiiluo Forty Yards, Ihe quantity from those Wuiks alone may bo increased to llie extent of from 250 to 3 0 Tons pur Day a! leasl, exclusive ofthe laigc* Supply which may be obtained fioni the other Woiks, and for the whole whereof a ready Market willalwajrs be found. Twenty. SHARES, of tal. each, in the NORTH WILTS CAN vt now cutting, and upon which ! l> f. per Share lias litem paid, are included iu the Colliery Concern, as ilia joint Property of Ihe partners. Upon tne line of the Railway several Houses f t tbei residence of Workmen^ and Su re Humus ait: limit, aud ihe Wharf at Bulio Pill is of sufficient space to admit of ihe Shipping 1000 Toils of Coal and Mono per Day; and the Anchorage and S aliou lor Vessel* is peculiarly commodious. Particulars may be liaJ after the 12th of January, upon application to J I111 Fe. ndall, Esq. Hay Hill, near Newnhani; Mr. Jones, Cierk to Hie Bnilo Pill Railway Company, at Bulio Pill Wharf; Wi liam Montague, Esq. Glocester; Mts rs. W Inicomhe, Gri££ fi. li, and I'hlHpotts, Solicitors, Glocester; or Mes, r » , Wlntcoinhe aud Serjeant's- Inn, Fkei- strent, Leuiigu. THE NEW YEAR. ANOTHER year ninged il* airv flight, Sill! w rapt the future in invs'erioo* night, An eagpi ham « e fee! ; We livitr— hope— and ' en swift Time seems slow— Enquiring While vet we would not know, VVliHt tnav'tins vear reveal ? What ttiov it tlfoi'f— Mi! one short vear may send To hii long home, a > v'ii, a e alued friend j Rrn. e oTuersto " tir nfn — I, ay hmidieds ft;,> in death-*- las! replace Full many H nill'- know u and '' ft men ted face, Bv finms Snliielv new. A vear uiiv TiVtng the wounded mind repose, O'erwhelm ' lit* happy with nnnuinbet'd woes; Mas- ears-* the c~ aptive's tlontn : A fleeitna; venr-' ere it is past and gone, May add fiesh beauty to the form of one, Decay anetber's bloom — Slav ope to sorrow P'^ a- nreV blissful door. Wake ihe poor net/ ov, and the wealthy poor; Thus change the' forms of fate- Way sbow'r profuse, fuuii gulden realms above, On private homes ttie pu s of peace and love— Bimg discord to a'S'ate. Could " e look forward but o roiigli one shoit year, Boiv would the sm le a lei ntrte chase Ihe tear, Ttie teai its place supplv ; How one sad hour would » ' ie « the tnind perplext, Perchance relt v'd and free fiotri care the next, Ete vet that tear was eh v. Hut though weak man alone can> nilv see What haih been— is— and not w bat vet may be, e'tl foiidlv patut the bes- t ; We'il b d the radiant daw n of hope appear, Through ns lair glass we'll > ietv the op'niiig year, And wnile we hope, we're blest. EX 1 KACTS FROM A NARRRATlVFoflhel. A VP AWN lb RUSSIA, BY I'UGFNE LVBIUME, Captain uf the Royal I renctiGeographicul Engineers, fyc. [ Concluded ) The Author, after relating tho destruction V) f Mosi cjw ( as given in our last,) proceeds to par- ticularise the daiv'marches of the retreating ar- mv, and the constant augmentation o! its diffi- culties and suffering , t II ' ht- famous battle'o' Maio- jaro lavitz, where ilie Russians first ap peared in ( force to destroy their e. uel invaders. From tins hour the re lihution of Moscow fell fast and heavily apon their guilty heads In this battle perished the tin ofthe Hetman Pla- lolf. We cannot dwell Upon the scenes which followed. The acts of- these infernal hell- hounds were punished in the most signal manner, and divine vengeance war hot slow in asserting its jusiice. A few examples of both, however, v\ e canw- t refrain from giving, and with these shall cltise ottr exlracts: " At length, having pa « sed tlirotio- hGho odok, Borisov October 29th), in tiie mid t of aimed impenetrable clouds of smoke, we entered, an t hour afterwards, on a plain wrich appeared to lia' e Deen long since devastated. We aw at ; a distance the dead bodies o' men and horse*, I and numerous intrem hment=-, half- destroyed ; | al- o the appearance 01 the ruined to » vn, wlrch I we recognised a the environs of Mojaisk-,' hroj.- h 1 tvhii h we had passed as conquerors li fly One tia\ s Lefore. The Poles e camped upon the • ruins, and at their departure burnt the few houses which had es. aped the first'conflagration. Trie destcui tion was so complete, that we could • scarcely see the light of the* ( fa • s. The or. lv thing which str. U'k Its was the newlv erei- ted i • lower, ri iitgamidt e rtrins, and by u< white- j ress forming a melancholy - contrast u ith the ! black cltntds which enveloped it. It remained ' entire, and the clix k \ et lolled the hours though the cilv was no more " Our corps did not pass through Moj- ii k, | fcut strikin:: off to the left we- arrived ( Oct. 29) j a the site of the village of Kta- noe, where we ' ha slept tire day alter the ba'tie of the Moskwat -, I s3y the site of the village, lor file hon es ex- isted no longer, and the chateau al ine had been presort eel for the use of Napoleon. Ween- j camped round the chateau., and a long as I live I snail recollect the comfortable night which we pasted, protected from the cold, while we slept on the yet warm ashes ol the houses, which had teen burnt the day befote. i "( Oct. 30.) The further we advanced, the more desolate the country appealed. The Melds, trampled down by tho isands ot horses, seemed es though they had never ' een cultivated. The for '- t-> cleared by the long continuance of the troops, partook likewise of tire general desola- tion. But most liorri le was the multitude of deal bodies, width, deprived of uriul filiy- two days, scarce retained the human form On approaching Borodino, mv consternation vvas inexpressible at finding the twenty thousand men, who were there destroyed, yet lying ex- posed on the same spot, The whole plain was entirely covered with them. None of the bo- dies were more than half buried Here were to be seen, garments yet red with bond, and tones gnawed by dogs and birds of prey ; there broken arms, drums, helmets, an. i swords; fragments of standards lay scattered thick around, and from the eml lenis with which they were covered, it was easy to ju ige how much the Htrsian Eagle had suffered on that bloody dav. " ( November 6th.) We marched towards Bmolensko, with an ardour which redoubled our strength; and approaching Dorogobotii, dis- tant from that i ity only 10 leagues, the thought that in three day s v\ e should reach theetidof all our misfortunes, filled us with the most intoxi- cating joy, whey suddenly the atmosphere, • which had hitherto been so brilliant, vvas cloud- ed by col i and dark vapours. The sun, enve- loped by the thickest mi ts, disappeared from our sight, and the snow falling in large flakes, in an instant obscured the day, and confounded the earth with t e sky. The wind, furiously blowing, howled dreadfully through the forests, and overwhelmed the firs already beat down with ice, while the country around, as far as eye co. ild reach, presented unbroken one white and savage appearance. The soldiers, vainly struggling with the snow, and the tempest, which rushed upon them with the force of a whirlwind, could no longer distinguish the road, and falling into the ditches which bordered it, there found a grave. The others pressed on towards the end of the journey, scarcely able to drag therri- sedves along— badly mo. inted, badly clothed, with nothing to eat, nothing to d ink, shivering S^ iih cold, and groaning with pain \ becoming selfish through despair, they afforded neither succour, r. or even one glance of pit v, to those who, worn out with fatigue and disease, ex- pired around them. How many unfortunate beings, on that dreadful dav, dying of cold and - famine, struggled hard with the agonies ol death! We heard some of them faintly bidd ng their last adieu lo their friends and comrades; others, as they drew their last breath, pronounced the names of their mothers, their'wives, their na- tive ' countri, which they wore never more to see. The rigour " f the frost soon seized their benhrrfbed limbs, and penetrated through their whole frame Stretched on the roa- 1 we could distinguish only the heaps of snow which cover- ed them, and w hich, at almost every step, form- ed little undulations, like so many graves. At the same time, vast flights of ravens, abandon- ing the pla n, to take refuge in the neighbouring forests, croaked mournfully as they passed over our heads; and troops of dogs, w liich had fol- lowed us from Moscow, and lived solely on our mangled remains, howled around us, as if they would hasten the period when were to become their prev. " From that dav the army lost its courage and its mililary attitude. The soldier no longer obeyed his officer, the officer separated himself hum his General. Th regiments disbanded, marched in di order Searching for food, thev spread themselves over the plain, burning and destroying Whatever fell in their way. The hoi st's fell by thousands.* The cannon and the waggons abandoned, served only to obstruct the way. No sooner had these soldiers separated from us, than- they were assailed by a popula- tion eager to avenge the horrors of which it had been the victim The Cossacks came to I lie succour of the'peasants, and drove back to the great road, already filled with the dying atid the dead, those of the followers who escaped from the carnage tnade among Iherh. " ( November 12 ) I he hour of departure being arrived, we set fire to Dukhovch'china, whose houses had been so useful to us. Al though sufiiciently'accustomed to all the effect of a conflagration, we could not restrain our as- stonishment at the horrible yet superb spsctacle which it now presented, amid the shades of a fo- rest cov - red with snow, and strangely illumined bv torrents ot flames. The trees, covered with a sheet ol ic e, dazzled the sight, and produced, as with a pH; m, the most vivid and variegated colours. The branches of the birch, drooping to ttieground'Hke the weepingtvtHuw . appealed like beau lful c handelier-, while the icicles, melt- ed b} the heat, seemed to scatter around us a slio- Aero brilliant and sparkling diamonds. " In the midst of a Sceiie full of splendid hor- ror, our troops reU'iited, and proceeded frorti ihe town on'the road to Smolensko. Although tin- night was unusuallv dark, the fl inies that as- cended from the neighbo iring v illages, wliit- h had been also destroyed, formed so many Ali- tor n? Boreales, and till the dawn ol day shed a frightful glare upon < Ur march. Beyond Topo rO o. we left on o. ir right the road of Pologhi which we had followed when we came Iron Smolensku'to Doroghobui. The snow , that c o- vered ail the coiinlrv 1 ad nearly buried tfie vil- lages, which formed from alar only a WacK spoi on one ui-. broken sot face ol w . ite. " It was horrible to see and to hesr the enor- mous dogs, with shaggy hair, which, diiven from the v illages that we had burnt, lolloweo u along our march. Dv ing with hunger-, » l » e> uttered one incessant and frightful howl, and often disputed w ith the soldiers tor the carca es ol the horses which fell on Our rotne. In ad. li- lion to ihi , the ra' cns, with which Ru sia i filled, attracted by the - cent of the dead bedie hovered over us in black and ii'iiumerablt crouds, and by their crie- of mournful presage, Struck the touiest hearts with terror." They arrived at Sino en-' ko, where they vain- ly hoped that all tiieir trou Ivs were to 1 e re- warded with repose, and al their privati ns with plenty. Di a lers on every siue forced them also from tb's place. " Marching from Smolensko, a spertacle the mo t I orrid w as presented to our v ew. From that point till we arrived at a wretched ruined hamlet ( Loubna), al the distance ol about liiee leagues, the road was entirely covered wiili cannon and ammunition waggons, which they had merely lime to spike or blow up. Horses in the agonies ot death were seen at ever) step, a ' d - ometimes whole learns, sinking under their labours, tell together. A 1 the defiles which the c arriages could not pass, were filled with mus- kets, helmets, and breast- plates. Trunks bro- ken open, portmanteaus tt rn to pieces, and ga. - ments of ever* kind Were scattered over ihe Valley. From time to lime trees were seen. 3t • the foot of which the soldieis had attempied to lighta fire, but the poor wretehes had perished ere they could acconipli- h their object. We saw them stretched bv dozens around the green branches which the\ had vainly attempted to kindle; and so numerous Vveie the bodies whi. h obstructed the road, that many soldiers were employ ed in throwing them into the ditches and the ruls. " These horrors, far from exciting our sensi- bility, only hardened our hearts. Ourcruebv, w hich could not be exercised or. the enemy, was extended to our companions. The best triends- no longer recognised each other. Who- ever discovered the least sickness, il he had not good horses and faithful servants, w as sure never lo see his country again. Every one preferred to « aVe the plunder of Mosco- ui, rather than the life ofhis comrade. On all sides we heard the groans ol the dying, and the latnen able cries of those whom we had abandoned. But every one was deaf lo their cries, or if he approached those who were on the point of expiring, it was to plunder not to assist them; it was to seardi whether they had any remains of food, and not afford them any relief, " The Russians have divided our retreat into three principal epochs, which, besides the con- slant increase of our misfortune-, have each a pe- culiar character. 1 he first enued al the bailie of Krasnoe; the second at the passage of the Be- resina ; atid the third at Niemen. " At the conclusion of the first period, to which we. are now arrived, they had already taken forty thousand men, twenty- seven Gene- rals, five hundred pieces of cannon, thirty- one standards, and beside our own immense bag- gage, all the plunder of Moscow, that vye had not destroyed. If to all these disasters, we yet add, lorty thousand men dead of fatigue or fa- mine, or killed in the different battle-, we shall find that our army was reduced to thirty thou- sand^ including the Imperial Guard, of whom not more than eight thousand combatants sur- vived. The twenty five pieces of artillery, which the Guards had preserved, could not be reckoned, since it vvas uncertain whether they would not be obliged to abandon them on the morrow. Our cavalry was almo t extinct.—- This is the exact statement of the l . sses which we had sustained, at the end of one month's march. Frrs^ this we formed mournful presages of what wj^ fcre yet to endure, since we were scarcely iJHpty taNiemen, and had three ri- vers to crris7 and two mountains to climb." These presages were more than realised; but we must proceed no further. Enough has been copied to excite in every one a desne to read I. ahaume's narrative, and not to be satisfied with extracts. CHINA. Statement tiy the Chinese Emperor Kit King, of th rebellion in his premises und attempt to surprise hi'' famity and pa ace. " IMPERIAL NotlCf— An attempt at Revolution has been made ; for winch I blame inyseif. I, whose virtues are of an inferior class, received with much venetatiou the Empire from my Imperial Father 13 years aao, I have not dared to indulge myself in sloth When I ascended the throne, the seel • f Hie Pollen ( 1) threw into rebellion four provinces, and the people » i,( lived what I cannot bear to express. I or- deied mv C- wfals lo go against them, and after eight years rot fi e', reduced them to snhjertUm I hoped inaffliei cefoi waid I should have enjoyed perpetual pletw'mc and peace, Willi my children the people. Unexpccti cliy ou the 6th of the t 8th * Moon the seel of Tun- In ( i. e. Celestiair reason- Illuminate), a banditti of vagabonds, created disturbances, ami caused much iupirv from the district ot Chang yveu, in Ihe province of Pa eke lie, lo Ihe distiiet of / s « rr, in Shaiig- tniig. I hastened to order Wan, llic- Viceroy of Pi kin, to send forth au army to exterminate them. This affair was vol at the distance of 1000 l. e'( a Le' is l- 5tb of au English mile,) bill suddenly OR the bill of the Oth moon ( 18 yer. is,) rthellion ari se under my own arm,( S) the misery ha ! arisen iu my own house, ( 8) a banditti of 70 persons a d more, ol tiie sect of Tten- le, violated tiie oroliib led Gate, and mteied vvitlua- ide. They woultdrd the Guards, and entered the inner Paluce. *' Four rebels ( robbers,) were seized autl bound, three otnera ascended the wall with a flag, mv Imperial second• Son stized a nuisqnet and shot Avo of Ihe rebels, mv Nephew killed the third. After ibis they reined, and the Palace was res oled to tranquillity. For this I am i, denied to tbe energies ot'niy Imperial Sy<-,' U" Sj^ Tlr * V nee « •• « tlir Onet Officers of the Eunetzung ( late led f . itii the troo *, and after two day's and one night's utmost exertion, completely routed the rebels. I lie taini y Ta tzii. g has continued to rule the Euii ire 170 years My Grandfather and Imperial Father iu ihe most nffeciio ate manner loved the peo- ple as children; 1 am . liable to express th< ir virtues and liei evoieoce. Tlt ' Utfb I cannot pieteud to have equalled their good government and love of tbe people, vet I have not < pyresserl in ill used my people; Ibis suddel, eliai. itr I am unable to acc tun fur. ' Ii must arise from ihe In* stale of my viilues, and niy a< cu- mulated imptrfec-' ioiiv I ran only reproach inysell. i'. iouth this rebellion has burst forth it', a moment, the cods have been I ng coliecune. Four Words, caie- I ess lies*, > i dutueore, sloth, and contempt, ( 4) expiess ilit1 source wntiie*- itu* wreai crime lias atisen. Hence wilhuuude and w- oi nt. ule ( S) a r in the same male Though I have attain and a thiro i> • e, » , itt mu , iti my tniiK. ie is bitirited and n, v lips parried ( viith tu que, it lepeli- ton.) vet nolle of my Minister* have been abb lo comprehend I . Tn » y have gov* rued car lessiVt, and caused ' lie prese I o ciirrence. Notli- Itg i, e it reurred during the Dynasty ot Ham Tune, ot ting, or of .4/ jtyf Tut attempt ofthe assassn alion ui the close of tne O. nas'v, Ming, does not equal the i present by mere ih ui ten degrees " tVhen i think of it I iynot bear to mention il. I would examine niyse. f, resft. un and leclify my h- art lo coirispoud to tiie irracioiit conduct of heaven above no , to do away with the resentments of my people who aie placed beiow me. All my Mnnstiy ( 6) who would be honestly f ithfnl to liie Dvnastv of Ta- tzing must cxeri themseives fur the bent fit of* the Coonti v, and do their utmost IO make amends for my defects, so as lo tefiirm the • nanneis of tin people. " Those who can be conn nied to be mean may hani! their ta: » ( 7) aealnst the wall, and go home and f ml their days, aud not sit as inactive or dead bodies in the r ptae* s to secure their incomes, and thereby ipciease mv ciimes. T . e teao, tail a- my pencil writes. — 1 itispaleh tins to inf' rm the wnole Enipiie, — Receiv- ed un the ls- u ul the lO'b M on." ( I) White watei flower.— f. September 98' h.—( 2) U der 111v 00 11 ai- ui p- t, a long exp. e- sun for his " « ri faimlv.— ( 3) Wuhu. mv own waits.—( 4) Con- • empi or neglect ol bnsine- s.—( 5) ' n my own family, ii,, rl abrou. l in lb* Kn. piie.— 16) Seivants in gieai office-.. — ( 7) The Cap with the tiuiton is ihe Insignia of OHice. %* Of the conspiracy alluded to the followine ac- cnnii has been received fmiii Cat. ton t..— 1" Whilst ihe Emperor of China was ou a visit lo Tartary he left his in, e sons in rhaige of Pekin. Tlnee cousins, assisted by twelve of the Imperial servants and 70 Ladrones, atlempled to fi rce Ihe Paiace, which lliey iffrcted. They put tliirty soldiers to death ; but the second son cut one of the Ladrones down, and shot another, lip n which IW rest run away. The outside tales wel- e im- mediately thill, and tin se within Ihe Palace were made prlsoneis The. ringleadeis, consisting ol Ihe three consuls, 10 officers, and 12 Imperial servants, bad their bellies opened wlilie alive, and were afieiwaic's cut to pieces Sixty others of the conspirators hud their ueads cut off." • Sue ths win Bulletin. DEATtl OF JO A N V 4 SOtfTHCOTT. We have, upon more occasions than one, predicted tile dettadli g exposure which inns! attend a continu- ance in Hie blasphemous faith, by w,, ich the Soulh- cittian Sect was dis'in. mshed, and tbat prediction has now b'eeh completely fulfilled. On Tuesday- morning ast, at tour o'clot U, the wretched Joanna, as is already known, breathed her last, attended in her djuig moments by her Chief Priest T ' zer, her Secretary, and parlii ului friend, Ann Underw ad, and two or three pi rsons, ol lug a rank, whose names, for motives ofde Kiev, we suppress. For some liouis previous to. her dissolution, she was insensible ; but, before Ihe near ap; loach of that awtul event, she seemed to have been made somewhat sensible of her danger, although her bigi:" lied pioselyies. still continued firm in their belief, iliat her i disposition was merely preliminary to thai bulb, t . wlucli tliev all baued with such blind devotion. An eminent snrijeon, Mr. Want, of Toiteu- liaiii- cnurt- rowd, had first Ihe rri dit ol awakening Joannah to a doubt of h< r iiwiu rtalitv. Mr. Waul, whose name staniU high ill the medical w rid, was, lt appears, under tne sanction of the prophetess, called in by Mr. Recce ah lit seven Weeks hack. He then stated it IO be Ins opinion, that Ibe symptoms should be enanii ed quite independent of Ihe question of pregnancy, even admining l ie possibility of tbat fact. Upon making Ills i hseraMau, uowever, be nnhesita I ingl* declared, tbat theSpRi no foundation fertile bebel uf ( iteguaney, and ds little for the expectation of the. ' woman's lee very. He ten. inked further, that although t,< e disease must terminate m death, it was s- ili WHlilii ine power of nietjieiue to alleviate the patient's Miff fings, and lo leheve tbe flatu'encv by which she was nppiessed. Upon Ins return home, lii prevent tne pnmibility of mistake, lie wrnie a lettei to A- u Underwood, then attendant on Joanna, explain- ing ibis opinion more fill y, aud exlim ting her to use , her i Alienee with her deluded friend, to take such I iwtdtciueas was » pphcablv tuber case. To this letter he received a « answer from Mrs. Underwent, giving « full description of ihe symptoms ofJ,. anna's disease , fmu, March last down to tfie latest period, and concluded With an expression ofthe determination of Mrs. South colt not to take tried, cine, unless especially directed so to do by the Lord Mr. Wan., niter this, was anxious that the wretched woman sliouid submit to an eXamniaii- in, so that ibe precise state of her disease might be ascertained. To tins, however, herself ner her friends would accede The former declared, that " if she was not pregnant widi a human being, she was satisfied there v. as some fining' wenftire within her; while the latter, slid pro- fessing their belief in tbe coming of Shi'oh, wete shocked at * nch » preposition! Reference was then bail tu a prophesy of Joanna's, published in 179*, in which she hat! declared that the mother of SUihJi, pre. vious lo Iris birth, would he as dead for four - lays, and • the end of that period would revive and Ue deliver- ed! This tliey now Opposed would be tue rase, and Willi - they couteinpSaledher temp rnry dissolution, they looked with confidence to her resusc itation at the lime predicted. Tbe possibility of death, however, having heen ad- mitted, the wretched enthusiast, who had become the object of such infatuated solicitude, b* Came, herself tl,- infill of the issue which her friend* so positively ao- tinpatfcd. She, lUerefme, in her Itield intervals'dic- tated A WILL, in which she still professed her con- viciion, lliat she had either been visited by a gond or etil spirit, and that her womb contained a tiring ctea- lure oi'dicine or wicked origin, In the hope that she might tlecouie re- auiiuate, which she was saitsfietl would be Ibe case if she had been visited by ihe Lord, she desired that she might be preserved with every tender care, for/ « ur dar/ S, after her dissolution, the fourth being that on winch, nnchr Providence, she ex- pected she should be restored tn life, and be delivered. — If, however, Ihul period expired without any symp- toms of reunimation, she then directed that her body might be submitted to the hands of skilful uperotnrs, who would have an opportunity of a seer lai; nig, whether she had or had nut, been delti , ed by the visions of lur fancy— ur led iwa by ceil spirits. Soon after site had made her pleasure kli wi., the svmp- toiii* of her dt- ease became more virulent, and she breathed her last!— This event, which bad been ex- pected, excited no painful sensation in the busom of her friends. They regarded her as nieiely " gone for a while," and with tender solicitude proceeded to wrap her body in warm biaukets, to place bottles of hot water to her feet, and by keeping the room in a state of warmth, endeavoured to preserve the vital spaik! Sinre this event, the crowd which had been dm v as- sembled in Manchester- street, opposite the deposi tary of the dead body, has b en immense; and the enquiries which lwve been made n spec in • her re- SUM itatiou have been constant and auxi u . To all s'tch enquiries, the answers given by tin etiusen few by w hom the body has been watched, weie consola tory and cheering Saturday morning the crowd aguin assembled at an early hour, aud the most zealous of the followers did not hesitate to pronounce then positive Conviction of her reauunation during the dav: these predictions, however, lo the mortilieanon of tbe deluded multitude, were destined to disappoint- mrnt. The preseiibed period of four d » v. « and night* elapsed, and so far was the body from exhibiting ap- pearances of a temporary suspension of animation, that it began to display a disco Miration wlu'en » t once brougot home to conviction the fact, that the w- etch- ed J atiua was but mortal, and like other mortals sub- pet to decay. Tile hopes of her ftiends being thus frustrated, preparations were making to perform the operation which she had herself directed, namely to dissect bur remains A summons was issued to the surgeons, who had expressed a desue to be present, ind at two o'clock fifteen gentlemen had assembled, ineludt. ig Messrs. Rene, Want, Clarke, Sims, Adams, Taunton, and nine nthns Besides these professional gentlemen, we rect> gniz « d ParwonTezer, Colonel llai- wood. and one or two other i fjnaumt's followers, Ann Ui. dei wood wa » l i tho anil- room, and seemed deeply , affected, not alone al the awftrti situation uf t- er fuenci, billot tue disappointment of all her chlestia' hopes. Tile room in which tbe operation took place w » Unit in w- ich Joanna Iwd slept. From Ibe putrescent state of the corpse the smell was dicadfuliy ' tfe,.., v e, and it required all the aid of tobacco smoke and burnt vinegar to render the place ut all to be borne. The body having been placed upon a table, Mr Recce and Mi. Wa. I proceeded to the peifoimauce of their disgusting bill required task. The result of Ibis examination, the minute particulars of winch we are bound to suppress, were these— First, tliere was no Shiloh; next, that there was no disease of the uterine organs, 3% imagined by Dr. Mtns; - ilnrd y, lhat tbe womb, instead of being enlarged, was remarkably small autl ieduced, » » ought be expec ted ill an un- named female of 61. The intestines * ete much dis- tended by flatulency, and hence that protuberance, which led to the conclusion of pregnancy. The omentum ( which in annuals is called the raul.) was load- ed with fat, and a vei v considerable qnanntv of cn cult oi » ti ne » , were found in Ihe gall bladder. Reports having been circulated us to tne former pregnancy of the subject, a particular examination took place for tbe purpose of deciding that point, but from all that ap- peared there was • o foundation for such au assertion. Another report existed, that berdealli had heen dc- rasioi ed by poison: and Ihe Coroner had expressed Ins determination to summon a Jury to enquire I, to that fact. T prevent this unnecessary proceeding, the medical men present sig. ed a certificate, stating, that her dissolution was produced by i. atural causes. The curiosity of the profession hav nsr been gratified liv this inspection, they took their departure, and the result having soon become public, the st eet was foi a lime i, an Uproar. Those of the followers, who anxiously waited the event, skulked i tl'lu kteat tri- bu aliou, and were happy to escape tbe view of the populace who were outrageous towards anv person whom they sns, ected of adlieuug lo the doctiiuesof the Prophetess. Tins excusable indignation had in Ihe early par* ofthe morning neailc proved fatal loan old lady, who with a most demine and sanctified count nance, rapped at the late Joanna's door wi n intent to make enq . nies respecting her re- aniuialion. No sooner vvas she suspected to bea disciple than she was assailed with mil and filth. The female who was thus treated, we understand, is tile sister of Sir Charles Burke. By the desire of Joanna some short lime sinre, previous lo her death, ah tile pre. sen. ia w Inch were sent for tie use of Shftiih and las me titer, t rill, ISJC. are to be restored to the owners. It is understood thai her remains wi 1 be conveyed away privaielv, and the lime aud place of her interment known only tu a very few persons The following pas- age is extracted from an absnrd sorl of an official note, dated " Munches! fr- strret, Thursday, Dee. JO. 18H. " Mrs. Soulbcott liad been confined to her bed ten weeks last Simday. In the first Inee weeks sue took very lillle, almusi lio solid sustenance; and diirn g the last seven weeks none, except a small qua, ntv of w me and Water. She w as gradually at last reduced, by pain and sickness, to her present stale of death. Almost all that lime the woter of this paper was . villi her, saw her in all her legnlar approaches lo dea lt, sat by bet bed- side with a watch in In* I and to observe the different changes and saw her expire, as be lias seen many others: and on some fnlnre ocra ion, when more ut leisme, may furnish you with muie pelli- cular*. " Her friends know her to be d ad, but the arm of the Lord is not siioneiied ; ai d if lie is aboiu to do n gieat Work upon Ihe emtu, as they firmly be] eve he is, they know that he Can easily laise Ihe dead to life, as awake a person out of a trance. Mrs. Soulhcott's words always have been, " that d ath or lit* wonld end the strife;" and on lliat gtouud her believers now rest tile question." Thus lias finished a delusion which would have dis- graced tbe most barbarous times; one ot the mosi scandal , us eiroiiuistunies connected with which, and one lhat nngni excite indignation in eveiy well cou- sltluted innid, is, thai the nrc- ulain n of ibis abomi- nable imposition, and ns degrading effects on the community, sliou. d have been aided by any portion ot the public press D is a lamentable thing, < bat what is intended for ihe diffusion - f intelligence, should be Ihus converted into me means ol » jiteac! uijj falsehood, indecency, aud impiety. Wesfftiimfer bridge » M, on Safardoy eight, for the first time illuminated with ga » lights. Tt* bridge made a most brilliant aud apleuuid appear, ance. MLRDI R. — On tbe Sid ult, at thegtite of Mocagrf, about one uiile from Cashel, en the CMNASS road, 11, inly, * tithe funnel, was attaiked and oiti- deted. At 11 in Ibe forenoon, be left Cashel, itt company viitbi another tithe farmer, and a lithe valuator ( al> « a wit « nesa on 39 citation*, which Hurdy bad issued against continual iotif parishioners :) they were all mounted, armed, and npon the same journey. At the dis- tance ef about a quarter ol a mile, and i>< it « ide the wall of the Bishop*, field*, they were stopped; Hardy and hi. companions were ridiii* at a mil walk, in dreadful rain and stoini, not abreast, lint singly, and ft intervals of about 20 yards, aU(| H, rdy tumi o* t. The gang advanced singly, and on foot, three in aun » < ber. The leader stopped Hardy, and ordered him first to" D, liver bis paper..-," the second stopped Hogan: the third held buck, as if iu reserve. Bryan, being tbe hindmost of bis party, aud nnaMalh- d, wheeled about coolly, and gadoped hack to Casliel. Hngun ami his adversary snapped pistols without effect; when Hogan stooped his head to elude • second shot, spurred his hor- e forward, ettricaied himself, and rode foi ward to Camass, pa*. ii, g H « rdy, who at that instanl was shot by liis adversary. Instant pursuit « >| made . tier the nmrdcier*: two of them were soon out of sight ; tbe third was closely pie « ,- d, when he stripped himself, turned short for the liver Suir, ran at it, flung bis fin leu k far in, aud then foi. lowed. With infinite diffi ulty be swair, to tbe op- posite bank, and then ran nuked fot Aid. nagle plan, taliona, wbeie all traces of him were lost. Oue ofthe pursuing constables exchanged shots with him, before, lie crossed the- rive r ; but did not follow liim arrow, on arronnt of the dreadful flood and rapidity of the current: he had a second shot at the fugitive ae- ros* the liver, but missed him; indeed, the tempe- tiioua state of the weather at that hour baffled ertry suit exertion. GAMBLING HOUSES IN PARIS. Ttiev are to be found in all parts ol Palis, | m » the greater number are iu ihe Paleis Roy., I. In a large suit of apartments, opening to its whole extent, yon seo from three to six table-; ou these the game* of Rouge et Noir, Rouiltet, a., d Dice, a sort of hazard, ara constantly played. At these tables tbe lowest Hake received is I wo francs, and fmiii this sum any pn - oii • nay set lip lo the whole amount on the table, wlitcb is ii- dally very considerable. It any one i. elesirnns lo play for a still larger sum, one of the Director* of the bank is consulted, and the snni is instantly sent for. The various banks have always half a million sterling at command. At each table there are si* persons, constantly employed in turning tbe wheel, dealing the card., aud paying and receiving the money ; those persons ate paid by the Director* of ' lie bank*. To an nueonc.- rned spectator, it is curi- ous to contrast the unruffled mollies* ami habitual phlegm of tho- e persons, with iheet. r- v » i ving pa « - i « k » of those who are playing — while hope, fear, jov, and despair, rise iu maddening succession ou the features ot the players, the conduelors ot the game ait per- fectly calm ; habit has reudeied iliem . allous to Ihe e ffeet of chance, and they have heen so long accus- tomed to behold the ruin of others, it fails to ex< ite ill them even the smallest evidence of sympathy; wlnle from losing gonictters, strange enrses and e* e- • I at eon* are momentarily beard, no sound ev. re* r- i| e* the conductors, except that which is made by diaw- iitg iu the money won, or by dealing out that whi. h is due to successful aelveutuiers, operation* who b they petlmm with equal in. lifteicncp. At one ioonte. it yon see a eaian enter the room with a few Napt lentil only, and quit it the nexl, loaeled with wealth. *! n the roiitiniy, yon- perbape, , ee a man sil down with a fortune, and shortly after ti. e with nothing but despair, i ri short, the se- ene is a hoiri* ile one ; Leit ' bat which islhe mostdi « t- ei.| ing pnri ( Fthr > y- iein, is the adiiiission of ladies to snnte of those table*. Savkrttptsfrom saturdai • » gazeite. Thomas Rr- i/ on, Kllcot, Oloi, ce* iei- stiiie, horse dealers Jen. 19 20. Feb. VI, at tbe Hop Pole [ tin. Tew kestmrv. Atis. Bridges, Red Lion- square, London ; or Saed.. land* and P.- ace, Tew ke « hurv. E ins Jacob Root, famiiuiiie- stieet, merchant, .' an. 7 17, Feb, 11 nt Guildhall. Aits. S , eel and Stokes, Ita- inghull . ireet. William Wright, fiatefoid, Nntiinghauntliire, ma't- ster, Jan. 10. II, Feb. II, at rue Red I. ton Inn, Wte. lt- » '-'"• Ait. Hauliam, Fast Retford, Neiriingoains'iire. — Samuel IIihber. Westmonkioii, S-. uiPrseishire. gar- dener, Jnn. 23 24, Feb 11. at the Casile Inn, Taon'un. Ait. Stone, Taiiiiuui. Richard Cooh- r Searle, Naflr ti Walden, Essex, iipholslerer, Jan. 7. 17. Feb. 11 at ( Sinblhall, London. An. Rosser and - Sou Red t. ieiu- square, Holborn. Robert Dan, Dnneasier. York- shire, innkeeper, Jan. 17, 19, Feb. ll, at tbe M- tv Angel Inn, Doucaster. Alts. LongdiM ami Bunerfield, Grav's Inn, London; or Stringer. Doncast. r. —— » ",/- mutl Jenkins Walker, Siraugewav s, Manchester, " ho eat Bnnleii, iun. and / d- eat l Mayslan, Manchester, csd o* P'inteis, Jan, 16. 23, Feb. tl, at the Stai Inn, M, e- chester. Atts. Willis, Faiithorne, and ria'ke, Warn- ford court," London ; or Hestop, Kiutr- siieet, MHOC « S- tm.— James Ga'side, Stockport. Cheshire, eijitou- spinner, Jan. 13, 14, Feb. 11, nl the Mo- lev ii'in* Inn, Manchester. Alts, Shaw, Cutsitnr sn- t- er, Chaocet- v- lane; or Kay, iun. Manchester.-— Jaho. H- t'l - eu. Red Lion- court, Walling street, m-. chant. Jan. 6 F b. II, a1 Guildhall. Alt. Nmd, Fhroginnri. iii - tieet. — John frfneiu, Itristol, gmcer,. inn. 13 14 Feb II, at tbe Rush Tavern, Uristol. Atts. White-. nuhe und Knur, Seiieanl's Inn, Fleet- street; or Frank. s, Bristol. Junes Ho'nies Rogers, Cavend. sh, Si. lf'o'k, • arner, Jan. 16, 17, Feb. 11, at the Hoop Inn, Cam- bridge. Att. fjlies, til- eat Shire lane, Lincoln's- lien, London John Cording, llathealton, Somersetshire, dealer, Jan. 13, 25. Feb. 11, at the White Hail Inn, Mdverton. Alts, Anstiee and Wrignt, loner I'etnpie, London ; or Stone. Mdvertou, t.' Ka I IFICATES — Jan. 21. W. Hill. Widdeuham Mill, Wi tsime, paper- mauufacturer.— J. Smith, Biisien, ea- binet maker. IIA\ KRUPTS from TUF. SDA 1GAZETTE. It iWam Lot'ibury, Staffordshire, inillei , Jan. 16 17, Feb. 14, at the Ssan Inn, Stafford. Ans. P tee e id ' WiMtams, Lincoln's Inn; or Collins aud K ens, Staf- ford.- Richard Goodatre, Oiauthuni, L neoln, vic- tualler, Jan. 18, 19, anil F, b. 14, ai ihe George Inn, Giuutham. Alls'. Manners, Gtaiithain; or lis ley, Snicker, a d l> awsou, Furnival'-- Inn, London. — Thomas Jdin, Narbotb, Peittbroke* h, ie. sfmpkeeper, Jan. 10,24, Feb. 14, at Ihe Wb te flan Inn. Narboth. Atis Evans, Haverforelives* ; , w , mn « CJreal Win- chester. street, London UHlium . tlernnder, Rntn- b itg, Suffolk, grocer, Jan. 12,13, Feb 14. at the Angel, HalesuortIt. Aits. White and Wonde- neke, Hales. worth; or Pngli, Beroaul- stieet, Lnneion. Jtuyet Hurran, Cralfield, Suffolk, giocer, Ja . 12, 13, F'- l). 14, al the Angel Inn, Halesworlh. Aits. Jaeiison, Wood. be elge ; or Nel- on, Red Lion- street, itolborn.-— William Greenwood, Leicester, ironuiongee, Jan. In, 17, Feb. 14. at Ihe While Hart Inn, Leices er. Arts, Junes, Earl strict, Klackfrtars; or Qoiltesi, Leicester. liobert Rrearleu, Spottand hi idee, I. aucushtie, dealer, Ft b. 6, 7. and 14, at ihe Talbot Inn, Halifax. Alls. Wiglesuortli, Gray's Inn, ' London; or Wigles- woilh and Thompson, Halifax.—— Joseph Heard, Great Stambi idge, E. sex, victualler, J- n. 17.31, Feb. 14, at the Ferry Boat, Comewdnn, F. ssex. Aits. Messn. Vattdi . zee and Cotoport, ftoiriford ; nt Long am] Aus- ten, Gray's I mi. t. eorge Rarues, F. weli, Surre- y, builder. Jan. 10, 21, Feb. 14, at QuildlikU, London. Alts. Ware and Young, ftlackenan street, Stiulhwaik. William MauO'try, Bristol, honied liquor ineichaiit, Jao 7, 16, Feb. 14, at. the Coaunercial Kooms, Bristol. Alts. Edminids and . leyes, Lincoln's Ion, London; or Griudon, Exclian'ie buildings, Bristol. — Ell- eat^ Johnson, sen. and t- dwd Jo'utson, jun. Fieei, Lincoln- shire, dropeis, Jan 20,21, Peb. 1+. at rue Hull Inn, Fleet. Atis Edmonds atid J. yes, Chanceiy- lane, Loudon ; or Johnson, Holbeae- h, Lincolnshire. — Richara Pynney, Ashbv de- la Zoueh, Leicestershire, wine- merchant, Jan. 7, 21. Feb. 14. at Guildhall, .- vtt. Wilde, Warwick square, Newtrate- stieel. 1 Abrahurn Jessurun, Hawfni. d buildings, Feiichbich- stieet. mei- eliant, Jan. 10,17, Feb. 14, at Guild ail. A t. Parton, W a! brook. li iUiani litr, North- am, Sussex, iner- e ant, Jan 10, 17, Feb. 14, at Giuldhad. AU » , Uauy ; and Haddau, Tbro^ uiortou- stieet.
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