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The Hull Advertiser


Printer / Publisher: William Rawson, Isaac Wilson, and William Holden William Rawson, Isaac Wilson, and William Holden
Volume Number: XXIV    Issue Number: 1303
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Date of Article: 22/05/1819
Printer / Publisher: William Rawson, Isaac Wilson, and William Holden William Rawson, Isaac Wilson, and William Holden
Address: No.49, Lowgate, Hull, Yorkshire
Volume Number: XXIV    Issue Number: 1303
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V I I I . W E £ K - r 2 d Q U A R T E R . ] ( " P r i c e S E V E N - P E N C E . Volume XXIV.— Number ) 3. ] ( SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1819.) [ Letter- Box in the Window. Printed and Published by William Rawson, Isaac Wilson, and William Holden, No. 49, Lowgate, IIulL yrj- i his faper is rejjiilfttW Filed at PeeleV Lloyd's Cj » rmway' 8, and Chapter Coffee Houses; at NevVton and Co's. Warwick- square. Newpate- slreet; J. White's, 33, Kleet- street, aud J. J. Barnes's. Bull Inu. 92, BislvopsgaTe- strfeet: London. W A N T E D J ! A FAMILY WHO RESIDE / V THE COUNTRY, MAN in Ihe capacity of a ROUSE SERVANT. None need apply whose Character is not unexceptionable, and who iiuilersiands bis BnainesS. . ..." Al.;. a WOMAN as UPPER SERVANT and COOK. Ileal iot> s lo Ihe Printers of Ibis Paper; if by leitsr, p o s t - p a i d . ' TO THii- TRUSTEES of the G E N E R A L I S F l R M A l S f , HULL. A SPECIAL GENERAL BOARD will be field here, on Thursday the illh of May, al Twelve o'clock, lo receive the llcport of the Committee appointed, in conjunction with Committees of the Leeds and Sliejjield infirmaries, to conduct the Matters relative to the legacy btqneahtd by the late Rev. J. Lambert, and for other Special Purposes. General Infirmary, Hull, JOHN H1GSON, May, 13, 1818. Secretary W. B E W E L L, TAILOR tj tIABIT- ; IAKER, HAVING jusl returned from Loudon, respectfully in forms Ihe Lad es and Gentlemen of Hull aud its Viciuily tbat during his day iu Ibe Metropolis he has availed bimseli of * v.; ry change in Fashion, and has brought with hint a variety of PATTERNS suitable fur ( be present Season ; and beiug iu Correspondence wilb one ol tbe First Houses in his Line, lie wi!! be regularly apprised of any alieraliou tbat may take place. W. B. returns his most sincere Thanks for Ibe numerous Favours conferred on him, and hopes by continued alientiuu < o uteri! their future comaiauda. No. 3, King street. To be S O L D by P R I V A T E CON TRACT, A LL Ibat MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, witb COACH- HOUSES, STABl. ES and suitable Ot'TOFF1CES detached, aud an extensive LAWN, wilb SHRUBBERIES. GAJlllENS. PLANTATIONS, PLEASURE GROUND and FISH PONDS, and t a o Paddocks ol PASTURE LAND thereunto adjoining ; containing together about Eleven Acres, all situate at Collmgbam, in tbe county of York ; and have been for several Years past in Ibe occupation of N I C H O L S Sviti-. s, Esq. Together with a PEW iu the Parish Church. , The House is very substantially built, and replete wilb every convenience of t ettata, . Kitchens, Housekeeper's Room, Servants' Hall, and ofber Ollices necessary lor a large Family ; and it also comprises on Ihe ground floor, a handsome Entrance Hall. Parlour, and Study ; alfio a Dining and a Drawing- room, each ( tbe Iwo latter) 30 feet by ii), and It feet high ; al- o leu Lodging- rooms, a Water Closet, Ac. Tbe Coach- House* will contain three Carriages, and tbe Stables have stands for eleven Horses, wbicb bave been lately built, and are contiguous lo tbe House. And in the Garden are Iwo Hot- Houses aod a Peach- House. Tbe Laau froutstbe Dining aud Drawing rooms, and cootains near three Acres or Gronud ; and tbe Shrubberies, Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Ac. are planted witb young aud valuable Shrubs aud Fruit trees, now" iu full heaving; tbe Paddocks bave a laige quantity of valuable Ornamental Timber, I'u. ly grown, and tbe Fisb ponds are well slocked w itb Tencb, Carp, Ac,. A good < OTTAGE is buill on Ibe Grounds, and suitable for a Gardener. If Ihe Purchaser desires it, a further quamity of Land, not exceeding 40 Acres, may be added. Tbe House and Grounds may be viewed, on application to . Mr. RICHARD FARNILI., of Culiinghaua ; aud for Particulars apply to Mr. StnoLM'ii'LD. Soliqilor, Hull. GENUINE COFFEES. DEACON and CO. . O P THE C O F F E E - M A R T , No. i . SKINNER- STREET, SNOW- HILL, LONDON, f Established by tl. e West- India Merchants aiid Planters, 181IJ B EG to inform the Public, thai tbey bave appointed Ibe under- mentioned respect, ible Persons Ibeir Agents for Ibe Sale ol GENUINE COFFEES, al Ihe following Prices: Finest Dutch Coffee, 3s. per lb, — Dillo Plantation llitio, !) d. per lb.; aud for Ihe security of ibe Public, they send Coffees ready weighed up in single Ponuds, with ibe trice* printed thereon, aud Sealed at ibeeud. D. anil Co. beg to apprise Ibe Public Ibey cannot be too much oil tiieir guard in Purchasing iheir Coifees, as a spurious Article is frequently imposed upon Ihem for Genuine Coffee, aud to an extent unprecedented, aud whli- li has beeu recently brought to light by Proceedings instituted agaiust the Parties iu the Court of Exchequer. AGENTS. J. KERSHAW, Hull; J. and J. WETHBRELL. Howden ; W . KNUWLRK, Tborue | J. ATKI . SO , Baruardcastle ; STEPHENSON nd RITSOSI. Sunderland J S . S U T U ILAND, South- Shields; K. and M. TERRV, Stockton oo- Tees, J JALKSON, Lincoln ; " J. HINCHLKY, Derby. < N. B. Bespeeiahle Persons will be appointed Ageuls for tbe Sale of fsgACON's Genuine Coffees in those Towns abere there is out at present an Agent appointed. Letters post- paid. A' FOREIGN EXCHANGES. In the Press, and uilll be published, on or about Ihe Sth of May, 1810, COMPLETE SET of TABLES of FOREIGN EXCHANGES, calculated from Ibe lowest to the highest; aud from Oue Penuy up lo One Thousand Pounds sterling , shewing, ai one view, any Sum of Foreign Money reduced into British Sterling, aod British Mduey lulo Foreign, with those Countries with whiih Loudon Exchanges. Tables of hast India, West ludia. aud American Currencies reduced into Sterling; and viee oersa. Tbe Monies of different parts ol Ihe World reduced into Francs and Centimes of France; Florins of Brabanl inlo Francs and Ceuis. The Exchanges between tbe different Citlis upon Ibe CdntineUt; and concluding willi Tables of Ihe Monies of ibe principal parts of tbe World reduced iulo British Sterling, Tbe foregoing Work is lo liepublished in One large Volume ( 1201) Pages) Royal Octavo. Price il. in boards; lo be paid on Delivery of tbe Book By Ihe Editor ot MORTIMER'S Commercial Dictionary ; and Revised by Mr. W. TATE, Commercial Academy, Caleatonslreel. Published by BOOSEV and SONS, 4, Broad- street, Royal Exchauge, London. To Builders. Bricklayers and, Stonemasons. R S ^ H E MAGISTRATES f o r I h e E . « R R I U I N G o f YORKSHIRE, 1 having resolved to E N L A R G E Ibe present H O U S E of C O R R E C T I O N ; Notice is hereby given, Thai Persons desirous of contracting for ibe BRICKLAYERS' and MASONS' WORK required in Ibe proposed Alterations and Additious, may obtain Specifications of Ibe Work and see Plans. of tbe Buildings, ai Ibe Office of Messrs. W A I S O N aud PRI I'HETT, York; or at Mr. SHEPHERD'S, at Ibe House of Correction at Beverley. Tenders must be delivered on or before tbe 24th instant, at my Office in Beverley. By Order, JOHN LOCKWOOD, Deter ley. May I, ISI9. Deputy Clerk of the Peace. R . WELL- and Co. Hull Packet, aud General Print ing- Oj} ice, No. lib, Scale- lane, hare jusl received a Fresh Supply from Doctor liarmsirong, Oj all II s different approved Medicines B OTANICAL BITTERS, prepared by Dr. HARMSTRONG, in black piai bottles, at l i s . each . aud quarts, al 22s.; duly included : tfaeouly certain and specific cure in use for that dangerous disease, the Chold a Morbus, or ahai is vulgarly called Ibe disorder vi lite bowels; bilious aud liver complaints, attended witb fullness in the stomach ; jauudice, and Ibe destruction ol « Qriua. This most excellent aud approved medicine narm*. nourishes and comforts the bowels, and carries off Ibe oti'endlpg bilious mailer by easy motions, without . pain; il clran « c » .. ib « whgj, e mass uf bloud from bile, and clears Ihe bony aud laceirom ibat Halloa nets wbicb bilious people are subject lo. The Botanical Bitters bave been taken as a private and public niediciue for more tbau thirty years, with Ibe greatest success ; and are much used by physicians, avbo aiisjui e Ibem. and give litem lo tbeir patieuts ihat are afflicted t- n tbe brfwel complaint as Ibe most safe and sure rtir. edy to prevent mortification iu the bowels, and death ! There isj » printed pamphlet of directions wrapped round - tiicb t, utile, expensing a number of tbe most re- pectable au thentifcated cases of cures performed by Ibe Botanical Bitters. Obi-. rve, i( ie Doctor's name in bis owu band writing on Ihe label el laeb bottle, lo imitate which is felony : and, by bis appointment Ibis medium* is sold, wholesale aud retail, by UcMis. fttreia^ t No. 84, Heel- Market, London; and retail, genuine; . by K; W E L L S and Co. Priuters, Packet- Office, 38, Scale- laie, Hull; Robinson, Beverley; Wolslenholme. and .^• gl'lob, York ; Beeves, Malton ; Ainsworlb, Scarborough ; Wrigbl- iileawn, and Haines, Leeds ; and by all Ibe respectable medicine senders , n tbe united kingdom. OAK 15 A UK. O E V E R A L Cargoes of good OAK B A R K , a- e to be bad of K 7 Messrs. A N D E R S , a n d HA'NS DF. DEKAM. of Arendal, in Norway, dnring Ihe Months of June, July and August. For further Particulars apply lo those Gentlemen direct; or to Messrs Bonf/ rox* and PKI. I. V, of London, Merchants. To be LET, Ami entered upon the 1st July, A Large, Convenient aod Genteel DWELLING- HOUSE, w ith aGARDRN bobind il, situate itt- SJkes- street, now iu the occupation of Mr. G I L L . " V For further particulars apply lo Mr. JAMES NORMAN, NO. Worsbip- strei t. Halt: May 14, IS 10. GREAT DRIFFIELD. To be LET. To enter upon immediately, THE DWELLING- HOUSE, STA IlI. ES, am) PREMISES, situate iu Great Driffield, - in Ibe Bast- Riding of Yorkshire, late lu Ibe occupatiou of WipbiAM SIANDILANU, Horse Dealer, deceased. For Particulars apply to B E I H O E I . B O T H , J£ sg. Easthurn ; or at I lie Office of Mr. Hoc LION, Attorney, i n Great Driffield aforesaid. May 10, 4818. L YNN— NORFOLK.— To be L E T , " With immediate Possession, & spacious YARD, inclosed witb a Batten Fcnce, adjoin t \ ing tbe Friar's Fleet, in tbe Harbour of King's Lymi. There are proper Birlbs for Ibe Delivery uf Vessel* into Hie Yard. Farther Particulars may be known by applying personally ; oeif by lelter, post- paid, at the Office of W I L L I A M and THOMAS BAGGE, l. yuu. Lynn, Mag 3. iSlt). To be LET, A N Excellent Iwo Stall STABLE, situate in tbe centre of Dock- street, Hull. Apply at Ibe Office of Mr. LILI. HY, Old Dock Side. Hull, May IS, IS 10. D I V I D E N D POSTPONED. T H E Dividend of the Estate and Effects of T H O M AS CROWLEY, advertised to be made on the J Sib instant, will not be proceeded in ou Ibat day ; but will be Postponed until Tuesday tbe 22d day of J U N E next, when the same will be completed. WM. W I L S O N , Solicitor. For all Bhtorders originating from Impurity of Blotch or Obstructed Perspiration. S OLQMO>"' 8 ANTI- 1MPET1G1NES is tbe most powerful altera! Me * a4 purifier ol ibe blood and juices, without the least « 0O& Mia-' it or restraiut iu diet; its operation is gradual a o i uafcou- ptible, though certain and intallible; in short, it i> Ute luog- oiighl- for substitute for. thai fashionable mineral Mercury. In Ihe most inveterate slages or Seurvy, Scorbutic Eruptions, Scrofula or King's Evil, Leprosy, Rheumatism or Rheumatic Gout, as well as all disorders which originate front an impure or imperfect state of Ibe blood, Ihe tati. lt,:;- ' urines is the only leuiedytbat ran be looked up to wltha ci- riainty bt success. Sold by Mr. Isaac Wilson, 49, Lowgate, Mr. J. Rodford, ind AI essrs. Topping & DawiOu, Hull; ftlr. Turner, Beverley; Hr. Wolsituholuie, York; Mr. Hargrove, Knaresbro'; and all Hedicine Venders In the United Kingdom, price l i s . each, cr Jour inane FifmUy Bottle for 33,. by whichone lis. bottle ill saved; with the words '' Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," engraced on the Stamp," imitate which is felony. Dr. Salomon expect', • ehencousulted by letter, the usual tonpli'ifnl of a 0 ® * pound note to be inclosed, addressed • tlotuy Iter. Dr. Solomon Gileae'- house, near Liverpool, fetid doubt, postage." Where may be had. The Cele rated ABSTERGENT LOTION, an effeclnal Cure for Eropiion » oil Ibe FACEand SKIN, particularly PimpU- s, Biotcbe-, letters. Ringworms, Tan, Sunbnrns, Freckles, •. Shingles. Prickly Heal, Rerfnessof tbe Nose, Neck, Arms, Ac. Scorbutic and Cutaneous Eruptions ot every description, being | j ' o'. ist valuable acquisition and appendage lo Ihe loilet ever oii'e>, to ibe nobiljty and gentry in Ibe united kingdom. > l- ri. e < S. 8d. and * a. Od. a Roltle, Duty included. Be ca ill to obsefve tbe words Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," £ n< j'jiY< d in the Stamp, without which none are genuine. This day is published, in 3 vols. 8vo. price Us. t ju I H E PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY; beiug a curious Col- IL lection ol Reprints of tbe following most rare aud valuable Works, viz.;— I. Tbe L I F E and MORALS of l.' o. vmcius, a Chinese Philosopher who flourished above Five Hundred Years before tbe coining of Jesus Christ : beiug oue of Ibe choicest pieces of Learning and Morality remaiuing of that Nation.— 11. ' Ibe L I F E and MOHALS of EPICURUS, translated from tbe Greek by Jobu Digby Esq. with < onmiellt#- » an Reflections Iroui several Authors - H I . Au ESSAY on Ibe MORALS of EPICURUS, by Monsieur SI. Evreuiont.— IV. Tbe Advice of ISUCRATES lo DRVONICUS, translated from Ihe Greek by Jpbu Digby, Esq. — V . The MOHALITY of the EAST, extracted fioai tbe KORAN ; digested under alphabetical beads. Wilb a Li e of Mahomet, an Introduction, and occasional Remarks. — V I . SKBTTHES of ORIENTAL MOLALITY, translated fruauhe Fieuch of M. Frerel — V I I . The POLITICAL MI S C H I E F S of - POPERY, or, Arguments demonstrating lhal the Rouiisb Religion. as promulgated by Ibe Pope and his Clergy, ruins all those Couulries where II ia Ibe established Religion oi the Country, aud ( hereby enslaves Ibe whole Catholic laily, by depriving Ihem of their jusl and natural Rights, bulb Civil and Religious.— V111. An Account, of au IRISH MA N U S C R I PT ot tbe FOUR GOSPELS, witb a Summary of ibe ancient Irish Christianity.— I X . A LOOKING- GLASS for the POPES and PRIESTS o f t h e CHURCH o f ROME — X . A CATALOGUE o f Ibe HOLY RELICS o f i b e 1 OMAN CATHOLIC CHI R C H . — X L T be MORALITY of the NEW TESTAMENT, digesisJ under various beads, comprehending Ihe Duues abich we owe lo God, to ourselves, abd to ' our fellow- creatures; with an Introduction, addressed lo Deists, iu which the Character of Jesus Christ is vindicated agaiust Ihe aspersions of Modern Unbelievers : aud also proving Ibal the Religion laught by Jesus Christ was Ihe pure Religion of nature aud of reason ; tbe whole concluding wilb Observations on a late Treatise iulilled the Doctrine of Grace, written by Dr. Wirburtou, lo gel her with some Observations ou Ibe Arguments of ; Vlr. Locke and Dr. Leland. N. B. Each Work may be had seperate. This day is published, printed on a large and clear Type, The NATIONAL SPELLING- BOOK, or, Sure Guide lo English Spelling and Pronunciation, cuuipiled from the Diclionaries or Walker, Sheridan, and Jones; the syllables divided agreeable lo Ibeir approved methods, and arranged on sucb a plan as cannot fail lo familiarize Ibe art of Spelling and Pronunciation, remove the difficulties, and facilitate general improvement in tbe English Language; price Is. lid. bound. Bv B . T A H A » T. Printed for J. Souter, at Ibe School Library, 13, Si. Paul's Church- Yard, London ; sold by Isaac Wilson, 49, Lowgate, Hull, aud all other Booksellers, N . B. J. SNIITBR'E SCHOOLMASTER'S G E N E R A L CATALOGUE of SCHOOL BOOKS In all LANGUAGES, wilb Ibeir Prices auuexed, is just published. and may be bad as above, price Is. JOHNSON'S ASSIGNMENT. WHEREAS J O H N JOHNSON, of Great Driffield, in the county bf York, Millwright, baih assigned over all Ins Personal E « tate and Effect's unto W I L L I A M STAINION, of Great Driffield aforesaid, Rail Merchant; THOS. HOW DON, of tbe same place. Brewer, and JOHN TODD, of Scolcuaies, in Ibe said county of York, Irou- fouiKler, IN TRUST for tbe equal beuelil oi themselves and sucb others of the Creditors of tbe said JOHN JOHNSON, as shall ou or before Iho- Teulb day of Juiy next, execute tbe Deed of Assignment which is iefl for perusal aud execution at Ihe Office of Mr. BOULTOK, Attorney al Law, lu Ureal Driffield afore- aid, to whom or lo tbe said Trustees, all Debts due and owing lo Hie said J O H N JOHNSON, are iftiiiirad to be forthwith paid. By Order, ROBERT BOULTON, jun. Great D. iffield, May 10, 1819. Solicitor lo the Assignees. PARKIN'S BANKRUPTCY. WH 2 1 B 1 3 * Commission of Bankrupt bearing dale Ihe Brat day of May, one thousand eigbl hundred and nineteen, is swarded aud issued lorlb agaiust WILLIAM PARKIN, of NaSerlon, in the county of York, Miller. Mercbaut, Dealer and Cbapman, and be being declared a Bank rupt, is hereby required lo surrender bimsell up lo Ibe Commissioners tu Ibe& iU Commission named or Ihe major part of ( bent forthwith, nod ou tbe Iwenly- nloth and Ibirly- Sral days ol May iu8taut, uid on tbe tbird day of July next, al Eleven Vj clocH in the forenoon of eacb of tbe said days, at ibe Tiger i n n , iu Beverley, in tbe county of York, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of bis Estate aud Effects, when aud where the Creditors are to come prepared lo prove their Debts, aud al Ibe Second S i t i n g to choose Assignees, aod a! the Last Sitliog tbe taid Bankrupt is required lo finish his EKamiuatiou, and tbe Creditors are to assent to or disseut from Ibe allowance of bis Certificate. All Persons iudebted to tbe said Bankrupt or tbat bave any of bis Effects, are uot lu pay or deliver Ibe same but lowborn the Cummissiouers shall appoint, but give notice to Messieurs HALL and CAMPBELL, of Beverley; Alloiuies at Law. Beverley, May 17, 1819. E L I G I B L E SITUATIONS FOR TRADE, la the CENTRE of the MARKET- PLACE, of BOSTON. To he L E T by AUCTION, O N B U I L D I N G L E A S E S , F O R TLLLI T E R M O F T H I R TY Y E A R S , And en ered upon at Old Michaelmas next, At the Guild- Hall, in Boston, OK Thursday, June 3, 1819, Subject to sucb Conditions as shall be then aud Ibere produced Q ^ U X several LOTS of B U I L D I N G G R O U N D , on Ibe VVest- 1 ) 5 aide of the MarkM- j. lace, in tbe flourishing town of Boston Each Lot lo be su: jeel l o a Ground Reut 40- i ibe Teuan! will tie required to erect a Building according to a Plan aod Specification thereof, which may be seeu uu application to Mr. JEPTHA PACEV. surveyor, or at the Office of Mr. I I E - BV ROGERS, TOWU clerk, Boston, and from wbaaj further I articulars may be kuuwn. Boston, Mag 3, 1810. Tbe affiWfvIls of Mr. Harmer, Mr. Hobbs, Mr. Hejgale, and Mr. P* icbard » on, were put in, deposing, thai Ibey bad made strict inquiries for the above- named J. James Edwards, and T. Jonee, at the places i n SmithBeld, and iu Hackuey road, where tbe. v described themselves as residing, and that no such jn'rsons wereto be found, or were known there. Tbe affidavits of Messrs. Harmer and Adams were also put in, denying that Ihey bad in auy manner encouraged Ihe insertion of any paragraphs in the Newspapers, or caused the' publication of auy hand- bills, lending lo injure the defendants; or bad they taken any steps to delay Ibe trial uf tbe prosecution, w batever delays ha- t taken place, having beeu caused by tbe defendants themselves. Mr. Harmer further stated, that be had been informed by tbe clerk of Messrs. Bosanquet aud Co. tbat the defendant Wolfe bad banked Wilb iheui for mime yrara; and that they considered him as a good customer, his balance generally being IOOW. in Ilia own favour; and Ihat during the years 1811, and IBIS, Ihe cashaccount of the said defendant was between 70,000.'. aud sO. OOOi. a- year. Mr. Searlelt . tben addressed Ihe Court on behalf of Mr. Wolfe. If hia own personal feelings could bave been consulted. bis duly would have termioaled wilb the verdict of tbe Jury ; since st the trial be was persuaded he had adopted the best course for bim. He bad considered it most. prudent nol lo call witnesses, of tbe result of whose testimony he could not be certain, feeling, as be certaiuiy did, Ibat the evidence on Ibe part of Ihe prosecution was ool such as would induce Ihe Jury lo find his client guilty. Though in acting as he bad done, he ban adopted wbat be considered as a sound discretion, yel his client was not hound to lliink Ibe- same, aud < rasat full liberty to complaiu Ihat tbe evidence which be had lo adduce was not called, lu now addressing the Court, be trusted be should be allowed to make a few observations retaiing lu himself. Mr. Harmer bad stated in an affidavit, thai he bad never authorized any pubticalions in newspapers; yel in thai Paper, The Weekly Dispatch, of which Mr. Harmer acknowledged himself the proprietor, attacks, even up lu ibe present time, on himself ( Mr. S.) and the defendaul., continued lo be circulated. The Learned CoHnael was proceeding to read extracts from the paper iu question, when Tbe Chief Justice assured bim be need nut trouble himself, they would bane no influence ou his mind, as he bad never read Ibem. Mr. Scarlett resinned, aod commented on what had beeu slated in Mr. Harmer's affidavit respecting Wolfe's properly, which be said, whatever il might ouce bave been, bad, like his character, beeu ruined by Ibe misrepresentation* and slanders which bad beeu so freely circulated for Ibe last two or three years, and be was now a man of ruined fortune and ruined credit. Mr. Scarlett ibeo proceeded to comment On Ibe proof produced at the trial, of Ihe share unit connection wbieb his clieutliad in theselransactiona, and which, tie contended, were of Ibe slightest description; and Ibat even allowing lliein lo be fully proved, he - bad already received a severe punishment for them; bis furlune was ruined, his character blasted, and be had suffered Ihe extreme of punishment before Ibe sentence ofthe law was passed upon him. Mr. D. Pollock aud Mr. IVyiiie followed on the same side. Tbe Common Serjeant addressed tbe Court un Ibe part of Lewis Levy, aud submitted, Ibat his clieut uow 6tood before tbeir Lordships, ibe fullest proof Ibal liooesty was Ibe true road lo honour ami wealth, if l^ vy had entered iulo Ibis conspiracy wilb a hope ami expectation of makiug immense wealth, be had failed to receive any profit from i l ; aud uow sloo'd ou tbe floor ail utterly ruined mail. Previous lo tbia Irausactiou, bis character it) Ihe mercantile world stood high; now Ibat character was gone, and he bad only lo throw bim. Self on their Lordsbipa . clemency, audio iulreat that tbeir Lordships would lake iulo tbeir consideration Ihat be bad a wife aud six infant children, the eldest eigbl years old, ibe youngest uot twelve months, depending un him fur support. With fiiis observation, aud tbe consideration of bis former guud character, be wuuid uow leave bis clieut un Iheir Lurdauipaclemeucy. Mr. Deiiman shortly addressed Ihe Court on ihe pari of Mr. lveenier, and commented on Ibe weakness uf the evideucebe Hue tbe Jury affecting bis client, who, be said, might, like Messrs. Wuolltr aud Jeffersuu, have been deceived. There Was no proof that he had participated in- the frauds which bad beeu committed, or Ibat be waslhe man who, wilb theoihera, followed tbe pluuder to the Continent. He entreated the Court lo take into its consideration Ibe slate of tbe defendant, who had oioved fora length of time in a situation of great rea d a b i l i t y , butwbo now appeared before Iheir LOvdsbips with a blasted character and rulued fortune, deprived of Ibe power of making any exerl ions lur tbe . support of a - wife aud numerous iuCaul family, looking up to biui for protection and maiulenauce. He would uot fnrthtr trespass ou tbe Court, than lo suggest it to tbeir humane- consideration, Ibat aoy fine imposed ou him must be atteuded with utter ruin and perpetual iinpriaoumeui. Mr. Gurney, on the part of the prosecution, then addressed tbe Court, and observed, Ibat iiotwitbslaudiug all Ibe gloss LAIV INTELLIGENCE. A GREAT SAVING. A Shilling Pot of WARREN'S PASTE BLACKING is equal 10 four Shilling Bottles of Lim ili. This valuable Pieparalion possesses all the superior qnalltiesof W A R R E N ' S Japan Liquid Blacking, and only requires the addition of Water, tbat it would be superfluous for the Proprietor to any any thing in lis praise— the superiur quality of W A H R E N ' S Blacking beiug so justly acknowledged by a discerning Public. PREPARED BY Sold at Rull by I. Wilson, Lowgalt Scaife, bond- street Carrall, Sykes- slreel Fearne, Lowgale Ward, Mytuugate Bowman, Lowgate Tesayman, Dock- st. Oust mi, Prosper I s t . Hammond, N . Bridge Scarbro', Cass Mlddlelon 30, STRAND, LONDON ; Whitby, Morley Helmsley, Sparks Pickering, Atkinson Bridlington tjuuj, Beverley, Stephenson Ullyot Kirbymoorside, At kinson Philliskirk Driffield, Atkinson Paitrington, Freckingbam Hornsea, Henderson and Co. Weight on, Smith Barton, Fuaee Burlington, Cross Keyingham, Wright Htdon, Hew son Pucklingtan, Richardson York, W 1' ape N. Cnoe. Treubolm. In Pots, lid. I id. and ISd. eacb. N. B. Tbe Japan Liquid Blacking continues to be prepared bj ROBERT W A R R E K. C3" Ask for WAR HENS BLACKING. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, FRIDAY, MAY 14. THE KING I). K& ENIER AND OTHERS. The defendants were this day brought up pursuant lo the order of tbe Court. Mr. Scarlett said, he understood, since the defendants were last brought up, the prosecutors had employed themselves busily in making affidavits lo new lact- s, nol conlibiog themselves, as be considered they were bound lo do, to answering tlie new affidavits ol the defendants. Mr Gurney assured his Learned Friend he was misinformed. Tbe affidavits of the prosecutors were confined to answi ring the defendants ; and so tenacious had Messrs. Adams and Harmer been, Ihat they bad even filed tbe affidavit Ibey made iu Court, to prove tbat . in Ihe affidavit thus sworn, tbey had slated nothing, which ou the " most deliberate reflection, they did not consider as perfectly correct and well grouuded. The affidavits of Mr. Childers and Mr. Mitchell were put in, giving Levy a high character lor bonuur aud honesty. The affidavit uf J. J. Edwards, a Birmingham merchant in Suiilhbeld. stated, Ibal he was ill Ibe Court of King's Bench on the evening of Ihe first day of the trial of the defendants, and, on the Jury separating, be saw Mr. Harmer in conversation with oue of Hie Jury for two or three'minutes ; and Iliat again, ou Ihe following morning, he saw Mr. Adams, the other aoiieitor ou Ibe part of Ibe prosecution, in conversation wilb oue of the Jurymen. The affidavit of T. Jones, a hay- salesman, was also put iu. cnnfiriuing tbe fact of . Mr. Adams being iu conversation wilb cue of the Jury. Iu reply lo these affidavits, tbe joint affidavits nf all Ihe Jurj were put in, positively denying tbe facts stated in these affidavits. Similar affidavits were also pu< in by Messrs. Harmer and Adams,, ami also ihe affidavit uf Mr. Dyer, clerk in the Bauk bf^ Euglaud, wbicb stated, that Mr. Harmer remained In Court- wiih hiia Several mrtiutej after the Jurj bad separated. which bad been Ibruwn over tbe case by the eloquence of bis Learned Fri< uds, itslill appeared, as it was, a most atrocious Iraud ; for which tbe defendants nol unly stood without defence, but without excuse. It had been said, that no profit bad been made by these defendants, yet at tbe lime Myers absconded be bad given acceptances for 40,000/. It Was said. by these defi udanis tbat une did uol do one thing, ami one did nut do another: tba: was true ; meo engaged iu conspiracies did not all do tbe same acl. Each took bis pari— Mr. Kueuier found talent, and Mr. Wolfe money ; tbe others were the active ageuts. Now poverty WAS set up as a plea in initigatiou ; oue was a bankrupt— one was uol wurlh a shilling, and one v. as ruined iu bis trade and properly. This waa slated ou Ihe aasertiousof tbe defendants, but what right bad Ibe;, io expect lo be believed either on tbeir assertions or their oaths? Aud there waa too blurb proof uow- a- days Ibal bankruptcy and insolvency were 00 proofs of poverty, ft was nol the bankrupl aud insolvent, but the honest creditor now who was pour. It bad been stated, that, lor ibe last three years. Mr. Wolfe's trade had been ruiued. He bad put iu Mr. Harmer's affidavit lo shew wbat the ruined trade Of this person was, who, iu 1817 aud 1818, had mrneil at bis bauker's 7 ', OOD(. a year. He trusted the Court wonld nol be deceived by tbeseargunients; . but, iu tbe sentence ilie;, passed, Ihey would force lhem to disgorge some of Their ill gotten property. Tbe Learued Counsel I lieu commented, in tern's of strong indignation, on ti e attempt made by false affidavits to impeach the Character of ilit1 solicitors for tbe prosecution, whose houour s OIK! as high as auy geallemeoViu Ihe profession. Allusion h'a'ti been made to the prison iu wbicb Ibe defendants were lo be coifliiied. He much feared no prison in Ihe Metropolis would prove a bar lo Iheir carrying ou iheir plans of fraud aud pluuder. He regreiled ibe law did uol give the CourtThe Lewis Levy was a bankrupt ; but there was a letter evidence which inrniioned consignment- made by him u. . ndia,- and expected remittances; in all probability, iberefore. there war property somewhere. Without going iurlber inlo Ibe case, which was- unnecessary, lie should now proceed lo pronounce tbe judgment of tbe Court, which, aflera full consideration of all Hie circumstances- was, that Ihe defendant Keenier should be imprisoned for Iwo years in Ilchester Gaol ; Levy Iwo years i: Gloucester Gaol, and lo pay a tine of 40001.; aud Wolfe Iwo years, ks Coldbath- heUs and to pay afine of 10,000/. ; and Ihat tbe two last named defendant should be further imprisoned till tbeir respective lines viera paid. ? C O L . F I T Z C L A U E N C E ' s JOURNAL. i. oharyong, II th of December, 1817. On tbe morning of the Stli, before the break of day, 1 (( flitted the camp, aud lell ibe army advancing lo Ibe ha, Sis of ibe river Scind, for the frontier of Seiudiah's territory iu rotiseqnence of I w o of tbe Pludarry durratta, or tribes, having i, u, eii lu the direction of bis camp as before- mentioned, and ,,* being impossible to say wbat effect 20,000 b< it> e might bavs. on Ibe feelings of bis durbar. I had sent my palanquin forward lo Emrokee, - vhere we bad been encauiped theday before, and my elephant carried me from Ihe camp- to the spot where I was lo take my final departure. 1 miM i- unless ibal though even wflirt he prospect of returning to my native country, which repa s- an Englishman for many . sears' toii aud absence, I tumid 10y lark on my fellow soldiers witb a very heavy heart, r. gi el ting Ibe loss of so many friends and companions, uever perhaps lo meet Ibem again. Whilst at Bmrokee, during the lime ray servajls were preparing my palauquin, I could uot help taking a rapid view of my situation, aud the obstacles and dangers of the undertaking presented themselves oiosl ferMbly >., me: I wa.- i in the centre of Bundelcund, oo « « f tiie most inland urovincen of India, setting out to cross the whole of Ibat - ., :, t, itfe greatest pari of which belonged lo ihe Pr- i. r- v-.- jti, lis, or, at best, but jealous, envious, and cold.- .- nils. ' I reflected ou Ibe extreme difficulty 1 should bav. to combat In judging of the degree of risk to be avoided or eu, ..-, vred In certain situations, to escape tbe imputations either of rashness or want ol'eiiterprtze. i. ee'tainly fett myself absolutely forlorn, and life busy scene 1 fia- J been so long accustomed to was strongly contrasted with tbe sl'illuesa- aroaiid. Bui ihree days before 1 had been ( villi some Of my companious on a neighbouring bill, viewing the busy camp of 80,000 souls al the fool of il, spreading over the wide- extended plain, with the buiz of voices, lowing of catile, rnarin"- of camels, and the smoke uf innumerable fires ascending o n f a ll Sides, wbeu Ibe whole country around was covered by. amov ing hosl. Cuder l b s walls of a small fort, with none hut my palanquin bearers and servants around me, I now Muod almost alone iu tbe centre of a plain, too extensive fur the eye to t i a c b i l . limits, aod the ouly vestiges ol Ibe crowd which had trod down the growing wheal in Ibt- adjoining field three days before a ere the marks of thousands ol feel, uniformly in oue direction, and ibe carcass of a buffalo, a sacrifice to Ibe last day's march, covered wilb voracious vultures- I took leave at Ibis place of every thing llial belonged lo me, excepting my palanquin, four baskets containing my clolhrs, which were Slung IrOni the ends of two poles, resting ou tbe shoulders of the same number of bearers a hago biscuit, my telescope, sword and pistols, and 1 proceeded to tbe town of Erljh, through I lie melancholy vestiges bf the pestilence which bad carried oil thousands. The remains of the poor wretches who bad lalleu victims lo ils rage. Ia> on the road side, toru from their graves by tbe hungry wolves; and the horrid sta'e in which ihey were, half devoured, half decomposed, exhibited affecting proofs of our • mortality in its worst < bape, airii did uol by any means tend tOalispel my gloomy thoughts. - The destructive complaiul, the cholera uio. buf, called by Ibe French mal dechien, and troussegallant, bad shewn itseHearly in the autumn iu Camilla ; but, by the activity of tbe Magistrates and Medical Gentlemen-, after the public, notice of a remedy, consisting of Ihe- liberal use of laudanum and calomel, ils ravages bad in a great measure been arrested Phi- was iu a city ; bow, dread ill aud destructive must it have been in a moving camp, remote from assistance, and where, as in all ludiau armies, eigbt- o.- ten followers oil an average accompany every lighting man! It certainty surpassed the mosl afflicting Conception 1 could have- formed of such a visitation; frnd had the wives and children- of those in the camp been equally exposed to tbe contagion, - it would have become still more terrific It began to shew itself i « the centre division about tbe 10th of November, aud by Ibe 18th was at ils height.— The progress of Ibe disease was so rapid ( a locked jaw coming on in the course of a very short lime), Ibat many servants or followers seized uu tbe line of march, dint iu a few minutes ; aud those who were obliged lo go some distance from the cauipin Ibeir several occupations, such a- the grass- cutlers to procure forage for the animals, and ibe camel- drivers ac Companyiog their cattle to graze, suffered dreadfully. The ravages among Ibe troops were al one lime very alarming, and the uumber of our servants afl'ected brought it home to the officers. The sun was braved by every one, and on all onr tables stood always ready small bottles of laudanum and other mediciues. The mode in which ibe . medicine was aii- , ministered waa so - simple, thai all Ibe officers became expert aud successful practitioners, the professional men being much too few lo rneel the exigencies of the duly. Our tents were crowded with the sick, dying, and dead and IU addiliou lo Ihe horrors of the scene, il was dialressing to see I lie almost universal apaihy wilb which the natives conducled themselves toaardseftcb other, and the general want of sympathy so common aax- ngsl taeu). 1 bad under my bauds, duriug tbe cour. e ot ( be mala ty, 29 PjWieutsj of wboin 23 recovered; a u d i never quilled Ibeni till compelled by ils allackiug myself. Il was in one or t w o instances where considerable anxiety aud feeling had been shewn betweeu relatives, and when success bad crowned uur exertions, very de- ighlftii to receive Ihe burst ut gratitude from iheui ; au. 1 their natural untutored manner of shewing il, by throwing themselves at our feet, aud embracing our knees, bad au unaffected and primitive appearance that earned my miud . back lu tbe earliest ages. - Excepting in Iwo instance.* which came lo my knowledge, every idea of cast, prejudiwol'Teligion and ittipuviiy . yielde. l to ils violence, and not one of those under my charge refuse ! to take medicine out of a wine glass, from my baud. Tbe instances ! all- lite to were of t w o Bramin*, 1 i- elieve writers , ur clerks iu the offices of Hie Adjulani- Geueral ami Judge- Advocate. These men, from a dreail nf. being deble. 1,- refused lo lake any thing from tbe bands of each ulhera hoih staling lhal ibere were none power of sending ibem far beyond the limits of Ibis country. [' Being seized at Ihe s aium etb tei mcae uiinp dolft fseor thiiiigijha uajn dd isptuinrec t a pcaaris t. lie trusted, however, Iheir lordships would abate nothing of tbe severity which tiie law bad put within Ibeir puwer. nut, by Ibeir sentence, mark Ibeir opinion of the enormity of tbe offence, of a hicb the defendants had on the clearest evidence and most satisfactory proof, beep found guilty.- Mr. Justice Bayley then proceeded lo pronounce judgment, and in Ibe course of bis address he observed, that tbe application of the defendants for a new trial bad drawn Ibe particular atleutiun of the Court to Ibe evidence, and lo tbe verdict of the Jury ; and Ihe result ot that coosideratiun was,' that no Jury could bave come to a more dispassionate or more just conclusion ; or did it at all appear Ibat any improper. attempts had been made to raise an Unjust prejudice against the defendants. Tbe Learned Judge Ihen proceeded lotaSe a review of tbe different heads of evidence, wbicb, he said, left nol Ihe smallest rouin to doubl that a fraud lo a very considerable amount had been practised uu the public. Tbe exact amount and extent ofthe fraud was not indeed clearly before the Court; but it. no doubt, bad been enormous, and lo Ihe amount of 3- 5,0001, at least, was proved d e a f l y in evidence. In mitigation of punishment it had beeu urged, that each of tbeidefeudanls had wives aud large families. The Coort fell for those families, but as bail beeu well observed on a former occasion by Ihe Chief Justice, that wife aud ( amity ought to be a security with a man Agaiust doing wrong, - and drawing isownou hiuiaelf a puuishuieut iu wbicb those dear and close connections coulj nut fail' to participate. It bad been stated, that thisre'usal uf all remedies offered I lietn proved fatal, and tbey equally fell victiins to what - Hiey faucied a religions and commendable principle, and were, doubtless, looked upon as martyrs.— Il was observed Ihat those who lived on yrain and simple diel were Ibe first to fall a sacrifice. The Mahometans, who have no scruples about the. use ol animal food, suffered less; and tbe Europeana, wbu lived still more geuerouslisuffered least uf all. -— .. . '* It is worthy of remark how careless we all became on many points, which, linden different ciroumstauces, would have annoyed or shocked us. I- recoiled having lefi the dinner- I able lo visit my patients ; I found that oue, a woman, win: bad been brought to. me in Ibe worst stage of the disease bad breathed her last; and as Ihe native servants, shewed some dislike lo carrying the body a few yards froau lire teut. to <> ive them an example, I carried tbe bead myself— soused were we to such scenes. To prove tbe the, alarm throughout the camp, it may be repealed, ihat ihe followers who fled frumthe army, added to those who d i e d , in tea daya,- ttduced i l in number, from 39 to' 24,( 100 souls. Ou tbe 19th Nov. we crossed the River Belaah, and, as if au iron curtain bad drop! between lis, ami ihe avenging Angel, the deaths diminished. Those attacked v. ere iti ( rifling numbers, cuufidence and security again aajieai- tj, in ibe countenances of all, and, lu a lew daya, the number of graves un the outside uf the camp, reminded us alone uf what bad passed. vessels lafl) on. AMERICA. Far QUEBEC, With GOSbS and PASSENGERS, The very line new Ship A R E T H U S A . WILLIAM WHARTON, Master, Burthen 350 Tons, Has every possible Accommodation for CABIN and STEER AGE PASSENGERS, and will Wear on the'tfflh May. For Particular* apply to the Master on hoard ; or to WIDOW POLLING WORTH A HOLDER NESS Hull. May 10. Excbange- Biiildings. ( Q- Goods forwarded to Montreal at Ship's expense, liut Shippers? risk. " NOW FITTING OUT AT GRIMSBY, For NEW- YORK, The fine American Ship FARMER. WILLI A M MARTIN, Commander, Has good Accommodations for CABIN and STEERAGE PASSENGERS, who will be taken on Board on. nioderale terms, and proceed in about three weeks with all possible dispatch direct to the said Poft of New York. The'Cabin of the said Ship is very commodious, and has convenience for two Families, or six or eight Geolleineii, aud will be Lei to them 011 reasonable terms. Apply fo the Captain on board : pr lo Grimsbu. May IS. ISIfl Messrs TORN TODD A CO. Hull. For XAPLES and MESSINA, With leave to lai. e in aud discharge Goods al any Port Ihe Ship may call at, The Copper- sheathed Ship V I G I L A N T , . Captain JOHN SCHOLF. S. Will sail with tbe Goods that leave Leeds, Wakefield, Ac. on Saturday Ihe fifth of June. * For Particulars apply iu'ihe Master oa board the Ship in Ihe Old Dock, or to ' Hull. May 18, ( Si!)' JOHN A SAMUEL BURSTALL. For RIO DE JANEIRO. The fine Coppered and Copper- fastened Brig U L Y S S E S , A. i. F. W. DAVISON, Commander, Register burthen 105 Tons. For Freight apply to Hull, May 14, 1810. R. C. YOUNG. To be SO L B AVGTi 0 N , | '"" ' ' By J. KI RHUS, At the House of Mr. Hilltins, the Pripee Urgent 0> ff<# house, High- street. HulUoii Tuesday, Slay i t , 1810, at tour o'clock in the afteriioott, ,..,." i | IK Good, Keel. VINE. Tons ' Register, has lately uu( iergouea, thorough Repair, aiid is well • wiirth. the aileiiijou of any tersop. wanting a Vessel of this descript ion. . For. Particulars apply 111 J, ICiRKits, Anctiouecr ; or Mr. VVM. SHAW. No. 19, Charles- street, Hull. W X x ' W Q ) ^ bj'. AyCTiON., • . v > n E , Jc- iURKi a, -.':' • Under the AV » < VocF Sheds, HutH on Thttrttof; May 21, 1619. '';•'' ai Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, '.; f i " U I E HULL of tiEjfe i, ORl) COCH RANE, and Im- H_ mediately a( ttrl;' jie whole of ' her STORES, which . vy'il'l be jini l| ip In Lots 10 sail Purchasers. Tq be Peremptorily. S O L D by AUCTION, By UKLL sK . HENDRY, •''.. . ' At the Granby Inn. in Great- Grimsby, in tjioieounly of Lincoln, on Thursday, May l&( 9, ot Thiee o'ciouk, ( Subject lo such Conditions of Sale as Will he Itien and ihere ' produced, unless previously Disposed Of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given,-) A Very Desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE,, subject io a small Fee- Farm Rent . consisting' pf a . substantial Bricks built and Tiled. Vfca rehouse, about 1; fv'el long add 3.4 Jeel i broad ; containing three Floor s a n d a Chamber ill ibe Roof, wilb Ibe privilege, of Bufldfing all Armeies enumerated in Table C. in^ he VVareliuusmg AH.; w ith Offices,, Stabling, Lime- House, Sa. v Shed,, aud other Jouvepietices, situated within a spacious Yard, walled auu feuced round, contain ing about iiiii square yards, adjoining to a substantial Sufferance VVharl 107* feet, jn length, add i t lefct in w idth, with a Crane' thereon, iu a very convenient part of Grimsby Dock. ; :•' " . . " •'• ' . *. J". ' " Tbe above Premises are well worthy the attention of Merchants and Others,' as besides ( be safety aud . convenience of Ibe Port, which is situate about seveu Milesfroui the llontb of the number, and has all Ibe advantages of The Bonding System, there are no ' Corporation Does, and the jibek Rates and otber Charges uu Goods. ara very moderate. ' Mr. RORKHT HARDING, at Grimsby, will shew the Premises ; and lor Paritcuiars apply lo Messrs. BELL and KNDRY, Hoti'J ORTMr. J A M E S H. HENDEKSOX, Solicitor, No. 23, John- street, Bedford- row, Loudon. G E N T E E t LODGING*. No. 48, GEORGE STREET, H! LL. ~ To MILLERS. '" BLACK M O R E & C Q . ^ P A T E N T B O L T I NG C L Q T H S , TT" S[ 7ITlIOJ7T Seams, ' with regard to Durability and V Dii- puti/., a ltd Precision Dressing, eel every other Invention of tiie kind, as the great and increasing demand i for Ihetn clc- arly evinces. The Proprietors, gralefuLy ae-. j knowLdglng the liberal support they - liaveYeceived. aud re- t specifolly soliciting its' continuance. beg leave to iuforuitheir j Friends, and " Geoiletneo in ( he Flour Trade- in general, lhal their PATENT- BOLTING CLOTHS, are Sold a" their Mannlactiir j v " at WandSwOrlh. Surrey ; by Messrs. JOAN- 11 itusoN and Soy, Hull:; a » d Mr. JOHN. W A I T I N G , Stamford. A Hull, For ELSIN0RE and RIGA, The A. i . firig LOFT, ROBT. PRIEST, Masier, Will sail about the Ist June. Way 22. 1819. . W. M, PRIEST, Nile street. For ELSIN0RE and St. PETERSBURG, THE A L E X A N D E R W . B U N N E Y , Intended to sail in three or four days. Apply at Capt. BUNNEV'S House, Wbitelrijrgaie For ANTWERP, The L O R D NELSON, T. GREAVES, Sails to siiit ' ibe Trade. For HAMBURG, The I N D U S T R Y , V. ' M O S E S B R O W N ; A ( it) FRIENDS, A. I. JOHN JAGGER. To sail in titree or four days. Hull, May 21. 1819. ' ' GEEi LOFT A CO. For HAMBURG, The fine I. Schooner AQUATIC, WALKER, Masier, Tbe fine A! i . Smack DOVE, RALPH HOG4RTII, To sail in a few days. For ELS I NO RE !< St. PETERSBURG, The A. I. Brig B R I T A N N I A , GEORGE, CAMMELL, • To sail ID three weeks. flull, ilay i \ , 1810, EDW. A GEO. COULSON. C . S T O K E S , OF rORK A SD HC'. tRBRO', TAKES the liberfyto anuonncetothe Notrillty aii'd Ladies of Hnll- and its Viciiiliy. thai he gives LESSONS in the Fashionable and Accomplished Ails of INLAYING, JAPANNING, and. fAR PAINTING. Prepaid- tVhite and hilt, for• Inlaying, and• every . Article fiir Jap inning. -. .' 83* Old India Cabinets aud Toilet Boxes repaired in, a superior slyle. . N. B. CVS; at Mr. TWAIT'S, No. 2, Hornar- square. Hutnberstreet, Hull, where Specimens may be seen; also at Sir CHAIIITOIII, Ladles Shoe- maker, Silver- street. W A N T E D , IX A SBSTtEMAS- s EAMll. Y IN THIS TOWN, Steady. Active, respectable YOUNG WOMAN, as LADY'S MAID and HOUSEKEEPER ; also i. good C O O K . Enquire of the Printers of ( his Paper ; if by teller, post- paid. CURACY' V V A f s Tm EY a Candidate for^ Deacon's Orders, who vyoold be glad to eoibrace a Country Sifoation, wiiii a moderate aijpend'; His- inference j j i a y l j e bad of the .. Printers of tills jPapler; if. h y fetter , fM> s,| - pai. di; i . d s ' r , ' On TUESDAY EVENING LAST, either in YORK, or . kelueixt YORE aud NORTHALLERTON, A BL Al'K LEATHER POCKET- BOOK, containing several Papers and a Bill, 54/. 3s. drawn by J. B.. TUKB, Hull, Ifstb May. a two ATonths, o n TKOMAS CKOWI. EV, Hull, accepted payable at MsndVaTT aud Co. London, to the Order ol JOHN Sit A ep, bill not endorsed by him ; therefore . not negotiable. The necessary steps- have beeu adopted, iu case il should fall into fraudulent hands. Any Person having found t h e above, and will bring it to Mr. J. B. TI'KE, Hull ; to the York - Tavern, York; or Mr. J O H N SHARP, Dundee, will be handsomely Rewarded. F. CAVypOD, MiLUNER. ESPECTFULLY informs her Friends the Ladies , qf Hull and ils Vicinity, that she has received from Ldpdoii the FASHIONS for the Season- A call it ill Be esteemed a favour. TWO APtPRPlNTICliS Wauted. Poslermiate.. HM. Afay i',, 1819. " . .. iu To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Exchange, Hull, on Tuesday, June I, 1819, at Two o'clock. T ( Unless previously Disposed Of by Private Contract, of which liuiely Notice will be given,) HE very Fast- Sailing Brig JASON, W I L L I AM S. DELOITTE, Masier, 143 Tons Register, now ly. Uff in tbe New Dock ; is remarkably well found in Stores; her Hull is in exceeding good condition, liav. ing bad new 3- iucb Decks aud Deck Beams three Years ago. Her Masts, Yards, Cables. Standing and Running Rigging nearly neWi and Bulwark new for? aud aft. Nothing mil Provisions w a n t e d to lie immediately ready for Sea. Tbe Jason has been employed iu the Hamburg Trade from Ihis M i since the, Yeat- t8l0r* aiid lias, onafi occasions, delivered her Cargoes as well as any Vessel in Ihe Trade. She lakes the Ground well, aud may be moved Coastwise without Ballast. ' ':.-"'" - V Further Particulars may beknowu, and Inventories bad by applying lo the Masier ou board ; or, to BELL A HENDRY, Auctioneers. M. ROBINSON RRSPEtfTFDLLY intorths the Ladies of Beverley and its Vicinity, lha( she hasji( » l returned from London, where she has selected from the must F. isbionable Hoii es, ail Assortment of M1LLINKR. Y, PRESSES, Ac witb'PARIS WOVE, LEGHORN, STRAW, and CHIP BONNETS, which she intends having ready for inspection on Friday the 21st iustanl, al Ihe House iu North Bar- street, lately occupied by Miss TAYLOR. ' Beverley, May 19,1X19. "' ROBERT CLARIC, COACH- MASTER, HIGH GATE, BEVERLEY, BE J i S leave to return bis sincere 1 hanks tohis Friends and the public fu general, lor their liberal encouragement [ l. o blin siiice iiis commencement in tbe / i^ MJaboye litie oi^ - Business, and further beg » j^ featleavje to inforiii Hiem,' lhat be bus lately i i p u r c h a s e d an'Elegant L'iNDAU, whish with the greatest ease and withuul the Jeast iocouvenience to the Passengers, is converted, into , a ueat aiid safe Clfrse Coach, w hich he shall be glad lo let i o Families, aud will lake the greatest care to ftfr. nish tb, em with good Horses ano able Drivers. tie. also has. complete Chaises, Gigs, Motirniitg Coaches, . Hearse, Ac. which may lie had liy « ucb as will favour him w itb their Order., at the'shortest Notice an, d npo^ n Ihe most reasonahle Terms. * Beverly. May iH, ISI9. TO TIIE LADLES. J O 11 N - H A R G R A V E, Np. 28, LpwaAiit. AND CORNER OK BI S H O P - LANE, ETUI\ NS his sincere TluilkH to his lliitnerous Friends K and t h e Public, for Ibe favours conferred upon bim dur- : his cutilinnauce in the Haberdanbery Business, and begs lo. in form Hieyi, that he has liow commenced Biisiuess in ihe STRAW t. INK. tie respecitully ssolioits a share of Ibat Patronage and Support Which he. iprmerly jtMJ liberally experienced ; where Ibeir commands wiil'bevgratefi^ ily received, and taeei Wllh Ibe most punctual attention^ A lew Superior HANDS wanted immediately; an extra Prrce will be given ( 0 good Workwomen. S T R AW TlONNE'J'S Clearted and Altered to the mo » i Fasbionafile Shapes. Hull, Mit/ t I-. 1 iO. Greit Bargains in. Plain and Fancy Muslins, AT ftp; 31, WtJiTEPRIAR- OAT E, H. L'LL. To be S O L O by AUCTION, ; " By BELL A HENDRY," At the House of Mr. Thomas Todd, the Grant's Inn at Hessle, on Thursday June 3, 1819, at Four O'clock i'it the afternoon, A Modern Buiit D\ VBLLlNG- iiO^ E; siiuaie'at Hessle, / I L with a STABLE, and a targe G A R D E N well slocked with Fruti Trees, and two I'AllDOCKS, cpulaiuVug au Acre and a Half; also, a CLOSE, contaiuiiig 11 Acres of Tillage Land, in Hessle Forth, lale in the occupation of Mr. JOHN GREEN, deceased.- For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers. For ROTTERDAM. The Y O R K ' P A C K E T , , THOMAS HUSBAND. Succeedsthe WELLINOIO-.. and sail* in a few days. Hull, May i8.. 18l9. WILSON WILKINSON A CO. ^ ales bp prtnate Contract. THE HULL dr HblJC of a SHIP, now Bnihiing, and nearly ready for Launching, in the Shipy a r d of Mr. THOMAS WALTON. Lime- street, of tbe best ilalerials, and well adapted for any Trade, p^ Hcu- Jarly Ibe East or West Indies. This Vessel will be found worthy the attention of any Person wauling a Ship of ber Dimensions, viz.— Length from the fore part of Ihe Stem lo the after pan of Ibe Stem- posl Head, 102 feel inches.— Extreme Breadth. 29 feet I inch.— Height from Deck l o Deck, In the Companion, 6 feel 6 inches.— Height in Hold, 12 feel 3 inches iu Ihe Clear; and admeasures 3T2 14 94th Tons, Copper Boiled t o the Wales, and ber Timbers all well Crossed Cbocked. For I'arlicnlar* enquire of Mr. THOMAS WALTON, Sbip- Builder. Hull. Ihe Owner. To be S O L D by AUCTION, ( By Order o f l h e Assignees of Ihe Estateaml Effects of MARTIN HENDRY, a Bankrupt,) At the Dog and Duck Tavern, in Scale- lane, Hull, on Friday, May 28. 1819. at Twelve o'Clock lit noon, ( Subject to such Conditions as sbatl be then produced,) A DWELLING HOUSE, in the Parish of Sculcoatef, pleasantly situated ou ( be Bank of the River Hull, to ( be North of Sculcoates Church ; cafnsistitig of two Sittingrooms, t w o Kitchens, and Outbuildings, with au excellent Hot- bouse, and about Three Acres of Ground adjoining lo Ihe Premises, part of which is occupied as a Garden.' and the re malning pari thereof io Tillage, and late in Ibe occupation of Hie said MARTIN HENDRY ; together with the Foreshore ueil the River Hull. ' » " ' ' For Particulars apply lo Messrs. THOMAS and CIIARI. ES FROST, Solicitors^ Scale- lane, Hull: The Sale of LINEN an4 H OOLLEN- DRAFERY, Advertised for Monday, May 17, 1819, At W. PEARt'E's Sale- Room',. St. John- street, Hull, and PoBlponed, Will take place on Monday, the Hth instant, and following days, at F.( ece) i o'clock. BATHING M4CHINES at ALDHROUGIL E . H A R R I S O N , G E O R G E I N N, BEGS leave lo inform h i s F'riends audihe Public, lhat he has fitted up S5ACHINKS for BATHING, at Aidb'rough, being a capital Sand aud a healthy Situation, three quarters of a Mile from the Sea ; he likewise luraisbes LODGINGS for those that are in want, ' : . U3"' A <' oac:> runs •. » ice a Week from Hull : lo Aldbrougli. W I L L I A M JPARKEli; ETURNS his sincrre Thanks to the I adies of Ilnil and I X Us Vicinity, for Ihe very liberal eucouragemeiit be has experienced since his commencement in Business, and begs to inform tbem. that he has jtwi returned irom Manchester and Ihe different Markets, where he has purchased for Cash, a. Choice aud well selected Slock of Plain and Fancy MUSLINS. ROBES, TRIMMINGS, AC. of tbe most prevailing Patterns; also a large quantity of Colon red and Black UO. vf- B \ Z E N S , SARSNTSTS, LUSTRES, SA H INS, DIAPERS, gHEE- TUfGS, Ac. th} e whole of w'liiCb w ill be Sold for Ready Moiiey, at Prices unnsiialiy low. W. P. has just received two Boxes of *- 8tlin IlHSil LINEN, of a very superior lileaib Had'Fabric, which he tan parliciilarly reeonituend ( or. strength and durability L A M B K R i ' s ANTlSCORUUtW MEDICINE. r T H J I S Valuable Medicine is an effectual enre for lhat JL lalaf Malady the SciirVy, which so- many ludividuais labour uuder wilh the greatest dislres-. Its efucacy has been proved by many very reipfCtable F'amilies io Lincolnshire aiid' Nottinghamshire ; the Pioprietor assures the Noliilily ana Gentry; that It is the mo t vhlu^ ble aMjnisilitirt ever offered l o t h e PuMi., a> it completely eradica. es ibe worst of Cases; also ah effectual cure' for Eruptions on the Face and Skiu, Pimples, Blotches, Redness of Ibe Nose, and Goiit. Prepared and Sold at his House, So. 0, Sykes- street," Hull, price 4^. each bbttle. or U- Is. Ibe balf dozen. K O W A R O J O I I N S O N . F. SPECTFULLY iuforins his Friends and ( he Public, that he has just visited the London Market• ( or the pin pose of procuring the most Fashionable Articles of DR ESS tor ihe present Season. His Assortment is extensive, and possess more novelty Iban usual. E. J. recommends his e. xleusi, ve Stock of Plain DRAPERY aud HA tyiit DASHF. RY as worihy of tbeir atteulioii. Hull. May 20i 1819. summer f a s h i o n s. O S T R I C H I - E A ' I H E R S & I ' L O W E R S . f j l F GOLDFINCH respeclfnlly informs the Ladies of J . . Hull aud its Vicinity, lh. it he has just returned fro London with au Elegaut Selection of the above Articles, which will be ready for Inspection on Thursday the 20tb instant and following days, when T. F. G. will think himsell honoured by Iheir Comuiands. N. B. Tbe Trade supplied on the lowest Terms. 25. St. John- street. AN LAB I'. Ti ! For S A L E or CHARTER, IHE Good Galliot V1KR GB BROEDERS, square Stern, Prussian Bull', single Deck, and a Round- Sabout House on Deck, 148 TonsBrilisb Measuremenl, . a strong Oak built hnrthensome Vessel, of an easy Draft of Water, lakes the Ground well, and shifts without Ballast, is well adapted for the Baltic or Hamburg trade, is remarkable well fpund in Stores, and may be immediately sent to Sea, now layiug lu tbe Humber Dock, MARTIN HENKICKSEN, Master. Inventories may be had on board; and for other Particolars apply lo HUGH COCHRAN, No. 4, North Walls. Uull, May 21,1819. NEW BARCELONA NUTS, of excellent quality and weight. Hun. May 21• 1 8 1 9 . GF. O. A T H O S . E A R L E . REMOVED for the CONVENIENCE of SALE. To be S O L D by A U C T I 0 N, By - W. PEARCE. At his Sale- Room, S/. Vv/ viMitrfeC Hull, on Saturday, May 29, H18, at Eleven o'clock, in the faftnoon, i , .. ,- N assortment tjf New and Second- hand HOUSEHOLD To be L E T, A Very Excellent MANSION- HOUSE, with ' CO^ CHH L riOUSE, STABLES, a good GARDEN, ana every other requisite for. tbe comfort of a Gentleman's Family. — There are about six Acres of excellent GRASS LAND adjoiuing ihe House, and more may be bad if required. The Premises are ali in good coudiiion at a most convenient dislaiice from Hull, and in th, occupation of CHARLES THOMPSON, Esq. who will shew Ihe same. All other Parli enlars may be had of Mr. HALL, Scortro, uear Beverley. W I L L I A M FEXTON, DRAPER, HOSIER and GLOVER, CORXEB OF B R I D G E STREET. H I L L, BT> ETURNS his sincere Thank? to his Friends and the Ladies ip general, for therr very liberal eucouragejnehl since his commencement in Business, aud begs most respect fully to inform tbentt he has just returned from itanchisler aud Hie dliferent Mat'keisvaiid in consequence of the depressed slate of tbe iV. anufacturers, W P. has beeu enabled to make considerable Purchases, much under ihe regular Prices, tor present Cash, which be iulends to oiler for Saie, wondtrfuHy Cheap. To be LET, A Good Double COUNTING- HOUSE, . Sigibiy situated in Quay- street, near to the Custom- House ; also a good Cellar adjoiuing. Apply lo Hull, May i t , 1819. J. SHIPMAN. Excbang - AHe; w C A M P I O N ' S A S S I G N M E N T. HERF. AS, GEORGE CAMPION ihe Elder, « f Srarborough, in ( be county of Yurk, Curlier, hath by Inde'nlures of Lease and Release, and Assignment, bearing date respectively ihe lVth and I Sib da) s of May instant, Conveyed and Assigned all bis Ileal and Personal Estate and Effects itplo WiLLiAtii MOI RSOM, E> q, of Scarbro' aforesaid ; . GEORGE COOK, bf . Falsg'rave, i u the said county, Tanner : . FURNITURE, Ac. consisting oi Dopse Feather Beds j THOMAS GRAYSON, or Pickering, in the said county, lanuer; and Bedding; Mahogany four- post and superior Camp Bed and JOHN F R A N E L A N D , of Whl lby, iii the s ame cminl y , fllersleads, and Hangings ; Mahogany, circular aud siraiglw I routed Chests oi Drawers; Mahogany Dining, Card, aud olher Tables ; Mahogany andt: t;' bamber Chairs, Mahogany S'deboard ;.- « capilal Chamber Organ, by Donaldson I f 90 Slones of While Coose Feathers; 650 Yards 4- 4lbs Carpets ; a Quantity of Table Liuen ; Pitr and Swing Glasses; Fenders and Fire Irons; several Pictures, with a general assorlment of Kilclien Utensils; also Tw o Iron Chests. To be S O L D by AUCTION; In the faults i. nder Mr. Peter Wells's Dwelliny- honse: No. 22, Parliament- street, Hull, lately occupied by Mr. Janus Swan, on Wedhesaiy, Mail IS, 1819, at Eleven o'clock, ALL the S t o c i f In TRADE aud FIXTURES or the said JA. MI S SWAN, ROW in Ihe said Vaults, couslsliug of British Gin, Braiidy ; forier and Ale* in Casks and Bottles ; Gauntries, I'uactieuns, Hogsheads, Hampers, Empty Bottles, aud a vast many Fixtures and Articles too umu ruus. to mention'. CROSS A GLEN, • liitil. May 20,1819- Auctioneers. SEAL s k i n s. About 1830 SEAL'SKINS, in Casks, in good condition Also, 25 Lasts of R. U'ESEED, of fine Quality. Apply to Mr. JOHN SUMPNF. R, Hull, May 20, 1819. Corn Merchant. Fine IRISH POTATOES, Of most excellent Quality, To be had at J. H. HUDSON'S Wharf, No. 60, High. street, WHO HAS FOR SALE, About 20 Tohs KI. LP PETERspURG PEARL ASHES RYE GRASS SEED NEWCASTLE GREEN COPPERAS GRINDSTONES Fil'. E BRICKS ~ — — BLUE TILES PATENT FEL1' for Shealblug Ships, being a complete Preventative Irom Worms. Hull, May 14, 1819. : To be SOLD by AUCTION, By CROSS aud GLEN', Al the House of Mrs. Stockburn, the Dock Coffee- Ilouss, al'ihe North- end of Quay- street, in Ihe town of Kinystori- uvon- Htdl, oa Wednesday, May 26, 1819, at Twelve o'clock at noon precisely, By virtue of a Commission of, Sale, issuing out of, and u'pder tbe Seal of the High Court uf Admiralty of Kuglandi A LL that BRIG or VESSEL called the ELIZABBTH, of the Burtben of 13? Tons', or tljele about, by Admeasurement, whereof ANTHONY FOWLER, now is, or lately was Master, as she now ties at tbe Upper- end pf the Old Dock, with all tike SAILS, STORES, BOAT, and other- APPURTENANCES to ibe said BRIO or VESSEL belonging. The E L I Z A B E T H was bniltxit Scarborough in 1 8 0 0 , carries a large Cargo lur her Measurement, and has lately bad a very considerable Repair. '•"< « .<. For Inventories audptherFarti. culars, apply lolhe Auctions eers, or to- Mr. SeuoLEFiBi. D, Solicilor, iti jluil. I •. W. WALKEIi, COfiFE E- IIO AS TE. f j and TEA- DEALER, HIIMBER STHEET, HULL, OST respectfully informs bis Friends, that lie has received a fresh Supply of COFFFiES and TEAS, of the choicest qualities, and is enabled to supply them ou low terms. Also, in Bond, for Exportation or Home Consumption, 23 Tierces of Good and Fine JAMAICA COFFEE. NORTH BURTON MILL, HOUSE if. LAXD. \\ cliaiit, IN TRUST, for the equal benefit of themselves, and all and every other, Ihe Creditors of ihe said GEORGE CAMPION, who shall come in and execute the said Indenture of Release aud Assignment; ou or before the IS 111 day of July next. ' ' ' Notice is hereby given, . Thai ibe said Release and'Assignment is lodged at theOfiieeof Mr. RUSSELL, in Scarborough alorVsaid, for Ibe inspection aud execution oi such of Ihe Creditors of the said GEORGE CAMPION, as - shall think proper to execute ihe game within She lime above mentioned. All Persons who stand indebted to Ihe said GEOBGF. CAMPION, are requested immediately to pay iheir respectiveTlebts to Ihe said Trustees, or any of th- hl.- otherwise Actions at Law will be commenced for Ibe recovery thereof. By Order of the » ajd Trustees, W I L L I A M RUSSELL, Scarborough, May 19. lHlf>, Sntyi'i r TURPEN11M.. T o be S O L D b y - A U C T I O N, For lhc Benefit of the Shippers, Underwriters, and Others concerned, By ALEX. REEI.!, Auctioneer, At Mr. Richardson's, Three Indian King's, Quayside, Newcastle, on Thursday June between the Hours of eleven and twelve o'clock. F ORTY SEVEN HOGSHEADS of FRENCH TURPEN TINE imported in the. Nouveaii Destin. fiom Bordeaux, Stfib March last ; Samples of the same may tie seen ai'JOHN Dopo's Office. Newcastle, May 10. ISI9. To be S O L D by AUCTION, By J. KIRKUS, At the Sale- room, lowyale, Hull, on Friday and Saturdag Ihe 28( A and 29/ A day±* f May, 1819, each day at Eleven o'clock, 200 Pair of MEN and W O M E N ' S S H O E S , all sixes. 80 Yards P A T E N T C O R D ., 60 Ditto W A I S T C O A T I N G . 3 0 0 0 Ditto BROAD aiid NARROW CLOTH. 2 0 0 Pair S T O C K I N G S . 5 0 0 Yards S A I L C L O T H. . 5 0 0 Ditto S H E E T L N J . t o be SOLD, by AUCTION, At the Prince Ite. yent's Tavern. No. ' i, High- street, Hull, on Monday, May 31^ 1' 819, c. t ' Three o'clock iri the af ternoon, ] N TWO LOTS. - Lot ,1. A , LL lhal DWELLING- HOUSE, lale the Properly r^ A - audin tbe occupation of JOSEPH RKNNAHD, Esq. deceased,' situate on the Bast- side of the High- s reel, in the town of Kingston- upon lIuIi. in Ibat pari of Ihe said street called tbe North- end, anil at present untenanted. LOT IL— Another DWELt. ING- HoUSE adjoining the one last mentioned, together with a WAREHOUSE or BUILDING on the East- side thereof, now in the occupation of Mr. GEORGE MKLLS. For further Particulars apply at. the! Office of Messrs. PRICKETT aud RODINSO. V; - 3 SWtle- lane, HJALL.* OAK TIMBER. To be SOLD by TICKET, At the House of Mrs. Gilbert, the Red Lion Inn. in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, on Thursday, June 3, 1819, al Three o'clock in the afternoon, In the following Lois, and subject to snch Conditions as will tie then produced ; Lor I. CONTAINING « l large TREES, \ / numbered wilh Scribes, and lay • irg m ( hi- Timber Yard al Langold, near ot ksop This Lot has been cut about . vV years, and is verv line Timber. Lor 2.— Containing 218 TREES, i a j i t i g i n i h e Buck Wood, near Langold, and i,.. ith crl'ies. LOT 3.—^ Containing 83 ' 11. EES nnmhered wilh Scribes, laying in a Wttoti eal'- d Collier's Spring, in Warsop. These Trees'are of greal lei s b and iiarticular liueTimber. LOT - I.— Conlainiiitt - 53 TREES, numbered witb Scribes, laying in the- Parson •- id. al W'arsop. To see ihe Tihilierai pl) ,< » Mr, METCALFE, at Langold, and to W I L L I AM HINCHL-. FP, at' Wnr'sop. Further- ' Partirtilars may be know n by applying to Mr. JOHN - HORNOASI LE, of. Carlton, near Worksop. Carlton, May 17, IS IV. To be Offered for S A L E by AUCTION, By Mr. Tl FORTH, Upon the Premises, on Whit- Tuesda: i Ihe ist day of June, 1819, at or about Three o'clock in the afternoon, ( Subject to Conditions to | MI pruilucedi unless sooner Disposed Ol by Irlvale t ontract, A LI. tb. tt good- accustomed WIND CORN ivHLiyKitiiale at North liurtou, otherwise Burton F emmicg, iu iiie county of York ; lo- , gf- lher with a MESSUAGE or DWELLINGHOUSE, BARN, STAIUrE, GRANARY, and other convenient O U T - B U I L D I N G » . uear thereto, and I'wo Acres and a Half ( more or less) of good Arable and Gra « s LAND adjoining, aiid occupied therewith by Ibe Ow uer. 1 be aliove Premises are all Freehold, Possession may be had on Payment of the Purchase Money, and inrtber Particulars ol Mr. THOMAS MAJOR, the OwnerKou the Premises; or of Mr. \ V. . STOCKEI,!,, Spliciior. in Bridiiugion.. HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, MAY 17. THE CATHOLIC CLAIMS. Lord Dorioughmore said, iu calling Hie attention of the House to tbe subject ol the Petitions which he bad presented from ( he Catholics nf Ireland, be should detain their Lordships at no greal length. He should content himself with submit ting a motion, " that a Committee he appointed to enquire into the laws relating lo Roman Catholics, and to consider bow far the saute might be alte- ed. amended, or repealed. " — ^. Tbe disaWUIies wliicb al . present a! lached lo uear ( our- fillbs of his' Majesty's subjects In Irelautl, at ( ached l o tbem becanse p the) professed a different mode of worship lo ourselves, whilst Iheir ctmuurl for the last forty years proved Iheir loyally, and bow ttndfcstrYiug Ihey were ol ( lie Charges brought against ihem, by tbi- fia'ituce witu w hich they bad submitted lu liard- • bips and privations of every sort. ' ' Hie Noble Lord then, in • a ione a most Wholly inaiidihlie below the liar, which was excessively crowded, proceeded, as far as we coufti collect, lo couieud, that ( heCatholics by their conduct bad shewn themselves worthy Of ( rust, and ofbetftg admitted to a participation of 1 hose privileges which were enjoyed by their Protestant fellow subjects. Tbe Noble Lord ( hen ob- erved, il was much more difficult in his Opinion lo show why Ihe Roman Calhotie's had ever been excluded from those privileges, than it would be lo s t ow that they ought to he reinstated in them The Noble Lord Iteie becauie so evidently unwell, lhal he found ii necessary lo apologise ( o ( be House for the itn'perfeci address which be had made; aud lo. request their Lordships would permit htm to. conclude by subunlling his Resoluliuii lo llie House. The Lord ChfitueUar. observed, that it had been said- both Catholic and Protitstaul - united ill favour of Ihe Nob e Lord's motion. He must be allowed lo differ wilh Noble Lords who. held lhal . doctrine. His objections to this mm on lay It a small compass: be wished to know what form of oa| h lo be taken hy ( be Catholic would he a de etiee against ihe Pope's supremacy, - ile was as warm a friend to toleration as any man could lie, but lie must confess biinself at a lo- s to conceive any oath which could render Ihe obedience of ihe Catholic to Ihe King iu civil matters', consistent yvjih Ihe avowed principles of I he Catholics tothe Pope's supremacy in religious matters. The Noble Lord called on the House to say. how witb Ibe examples of our ancestors before us in Ihe reign of Charles, the Second, and again al Hie. Revolution, when so many steps were taken to guard and secure to us a • Protestant King and a Protestant Es ahlishmenl. Ihey could agree with the present motion, whicb was at once to overturn al| ihose harriers erected'by our ancestors iu their wwjohl.--- These precautious were followed up at the Utiicm'ytlth Scptfantl, and at ( f. e% ni « b with frtta'd: Yetcossldering Ihem all •• « as necessary at those periods, we were now in 1819 to dispense wilh ifiiiri all. By the oaths of allegiance formerly taken bv every l eer who - it In the House by the language of ei t y aut tent StatiPe, anil hy tlie Ian ^ eage of every eOtotn- n • lator upon i h o s e SiJIiilei'- fTts King was he'. d to be tha supreme bsad tif" all Hie Starts- uf Ihe Kingdom; and the Church of England was held Itf be free, yet wilh all ihese guards, during Ibe time fire Catboli'c Religion prevailed, it was impossible lo preserve t-( » ' uiass tiT the people from the influence ot llle Pojre : and no guard could be found against thai itilliieuce nolit ( he o'alb of sirpremicy was administered as a bar. Tbe Learned Lord then proceeded to rite Ihe opinion of Lord Cokeoii lire suBjecf of the King's supremacy, as being irreconcilable w ith spirits! allegiance lo ( lie Pope,; and. said! IbatTie left it his duty, holding the situation- which he did. aud the high trust o f f P r i v y Couft- elior, to declare, that, friendly as he was'to toleration, lie coulAagree- to it, only so lar as. wiitild presewe iiiilouched tiie. siipretfiacy of lha Kitig, tjolb iri t tut it'll and State. Lord Hardwicke, on one ccjcasiou, dvclaieii. in the' House orLt'rJS, liial not only ought the forms, bill, as far as po: sslhle, the principles," of the Pro-••• testanl Religion lo be preserved; lhal the .> 0te* Mn, t Religion was the surest barrier of llie crow ii aiVd'cOii.' JfiltjuO. Wilh Ibis opinion of Lo'rd Hiird wicke, in addition to thai of othep learned and. emineiii lue'o. and having repeatedly sworn iti thai H se. nol lo recpJgntse any foreign' influence, how could he or any Noble Lord come lb a Vote which wasjto give ( h? Pope « jj iulUience. jii ( iiis comiiry? Il was argued that Ihu Pope, if he had any jiirisdiction, could only have an Ecclesiastical jurisdiction. Now on the subject of- Ecclesiaslieal jurisdiction, there wife an old man, who had sometimes beeii Called a good Lawye,. one Lord Coke, Who explaining Ibis Law one day to the Lord Bishop of Norwich", ( old the Learned Prelate distiuctiy. lbal ihe lii- l. tijis bad no EccleMasueai. jurisdiction liul wbal was given ibeiu hy HieSiatutebr Common Law ; and hffotloWi} ii » lhat great' I a w j er. nowdecla. ed, as a Statesman itnd a Lawyer, tb. it there Was bo Ecc'lesitistical jurisdiction except- thai described by Lord Coke; and as a Protestant Peer, sitting in a Protestant House of Parliament, unde^ a Protestant King, becouhl not consent to the adoption of a measure which w. n. to have the eil'ect of iolrodncing a foreign Ecclesiastical juri- diciion, which uo oalb could restrain from operating against the Frote- iaut Kstablisbment. His own individual vote was of iillle cousequeuce ; hut be fell il his duty. todeclare lhat he never would have persevered iu tbe line of conduct he ba- 1 dt'iie, unless lie had conscientiously felt lUat be should iioi do his duty to his Sovereign or to the people over whom lie was to re gn as a Protestant SovereigA, or. tothe constitulion of Hie land, if he did not oppose the motion proposed by the Noble Lotd ( Lis night. Lord Greji did nol feel himself qualified io argue on points of law with tlie Noble aud Learned Lord But, as points of law bad nottv arisen, it was his duly to argue them as well as he could. The Noble l. tirtl hsd said, Ihe Constitution of Ibis country was wholly Protestant, and, therefore, the proposition of this night was . iintimisHiWe. This doctrine, if well founded, would put au end al once to the question ; but wjjh all due deference aud respect to tbe Noble Lord, he mtisi deny positively the position. He'most readily granted, that, our Establishment, as formed at Hie Revolution, was ' nndium totally Protestant. We were, by the Act bf Settlement, to i avo a Protestant King, aud webad coniiBgent- ecuri ies . ollat.- f. il "& od. incidental, arising oiit of llie eircuuistances of. the- t jnes. These circumstances reuiaiiied bo longer in exisieiiei , and therefore rhe coutingeut and subsidiary securities might n. o-. v be removed, though Ihe fundamental part or principle of tho Protestant Throne'migbl.' remain. Triennial Parliarnt tils w ej one ol the collateral an. TsBbs- idiary securities liiea enacted, yel that Act was in Ihe reigh or George I. repexied. Would the " Noble Lord argue that even llie important right of Fe'i - lion might uol, uuder certain circumstance*, - be, ; r a time, suspended; or would Ihe Nobleand Learned Lord, v-. l. o, « ith his Majesty's Ministers, bad susped. d- some . uf the det'iest rights of lite People, say rtiat Parjiam'eat A as now t. s it were a slop to lurtiier- proi ei'ding. T he Noble Earl ' ben proceeded lo lake a review of the several Acts ut i arHamml ptmed against ihe Catholics, commencing with the Corporal iotiiii it, in the early part of Ihe reign or Charles IL which >., lowed by the Test Act aimed particularly ' against In-' DoUe of York, the occasion for wbich therefore no longer ex ste l. Next followed tbe Act ol Ihe 30ih of Charles 11. wbich, excluded Catholics froai seats in Parliament. But this Act, which had heen " called by the Noble and I earned I. oril a wise aud deliberate measure, arose, as was n ow acknowie. lgsd, out of Ihe beats and ferment* occasioned by T . u n Oals', plot.— Next, in the reigu cf George I. was passed Ihe Acl prohibit* iug Catholics Irom voting for Members tif- Parliament; bul at ibis time the Protestant Snccwsioti trembled, and ihe country was full of Catholics, anxious t o restore the exiled f a m i l y . - Now dial family was. wholly extinct ; anil he iynuhi a « k of the Noble I ord, did h. really believethat if every < meof flies* laws were repeated, there would 4e any fear ot tbe Protestant 1 Establishment being eu. iaugered, or of the sucressiun ol the Prince next heir lo the Throne being interrupted. • t e men. lioued lite origiu of these laws, to shew that the motives for tbem no longer existed, and therefore thai liiey might an I ought to be repealed. He would ask Ihe Noble W t l . who had declared be had read and deeply considered Mr. Locke's Letters, which declared,, lhat not only was ihe Catholic Religion one not lo be ( oieraled, bin lhat. lt was a crime to lie punished, the Nobleand Learned Lord had declare. 1 iie del not go thai length with - Mr. Locke. He wished to ask the Noble and Learned Lord if he agreed with Mr, Locse, lhat Hie Catholics held no laith with herein . ; that they cou- ide- rel Sovereigns excomniunicaied l- y the Pope * « liaviiir, foifeile i their crowns, and so no longer iiaving a claim loibeivllfgiaiin uf I heir subjects The Not. ie and learned Lord said, he „ t, l not impute so much as this to the Catholics, yet he did tn l consider tbe Catboije. disclaimer- ot thes^ leiietiras ><> 11 eqonu: . W hat fuller disclaimer would, the Nohie aiid ' Learned l. ti d hav e heyond that given by the Catholics In lb- oath tbey w,- t ready tu lake, and . that contained in the declaration of tlfi- ir Universities To hitn Lord Grey) ihesedi- cUimersappeari. i most - atisfactory. On the wbtvle, he considered that ihe iajrs passed to exclude Catholics, having long outlived ' lie circn •-- stances iu whltch tbey had their origin, the) ongbi to tie r:- pea. led, as a step towards which the uio ion ol bis Noble Friend should be an opted. The Noble Lord th. n re erred n> Ihe times uf the Kdwards, previous to Ibe Relormalioti, or luslances to prove thai ihe subject though professing spin- ual • t - I alfegianre to the Pope, never ailedioobeylhecivilinaudatitof their Sovereign. 1 bal one of our Kd w arils had e v e i declared biinself ready io wage war v ith Hie Pope : a plain proof he j bad no apprehensions oil The score of his - ubjeets' allegiance. So in the reign Of Elizabeth, when that Sovereign w^ s op. posed lo Philip ol Spain, the most powerful Caibol. c Sovereign ofthe day, and all the Thunders of ihe .' ap. il Throne, her Catholic subjects remamed loyally and faithfully attached to r. ' I'he Noble and Learned Lord had ailmt- d to Hie articles of Union wilb Ireland, and said, Catboiics wereby that Uiiiiin excluded. Now true It wa*, by that Colon the Proles: . ct Religion was lo be considered as Ibe established religion uf the country ; bnt mere was not a single word iiitttnuing thai the exclusion of Ihe Catholics was to be permanent. Un ih » contrary, the fourth article ol ihe Union provided ieriaia tests, which were to continue in force unlil PRiliamanl itirecled olherwise. Thisshewed dial the persons who carried the Union had other objects in view ; and tbat they b. xl further objects in view* appeared plainly afterwards , forbein^ unable lo carry Ihose UL; r. stires, they soon atterwards luund it necessary lo retire t'roin oilice. ~ IIear, hear /— Upon these tsud other grounds, he run- ended ibat ihe Catholics could not bs deprived ol theirjeliglbUity lo hold civil olfices. biil by an act of the most glaring impolicy and injustice; by doing whicjk, we aiMiniied the wbuia- taody- of .( atbolics from u - renuered ( hem dissatisfied and discontented and ready lo lake advantage o; any opportunity which our weakness or out difficulties might afford Ihem ! aod tins ( be Nobte and warned Lorit called supporting the iisiabiishmeut Hi t'burch and Slate, and this ioo at a period when, by our mistaken pftliey, we bad i raised up for ouinelven poverlul opponents in Russia aud America ; when France was gradually recovering ber • strength; and at- a period when our finances were ruiueJ— when w e laboured uuder an excessive load' of taxation, yet our revenue was ndf rqlial to the payment of ( he interest « ( ( be National Debt and ( lie expenses of the pnbllc estabiishment. Lord Liverpool tlenied l)> at Ihe object of the Catholics oa this Occasion was. oi a minor descriplion. In 1813 a Bill was brought inio the other House of Parliament, ( he object ot which was, lo give Ihe Catholics eligibility lo office, in the course ol ils progress, however, exceptions were made to font or five high officers of S( aie: what was riie conduct adopted on I his occasion by those who proJiWd tbe Bill and supported il ? w hy lhat Ihey wilhdrew Ibe Bill, Ihc supporters of it being determined if Ihey could uol bav.> all tbey would have nothing. The Nobis I. prd coutendrd. thai Ibe establishment, by the constitution, was fur. daoientAlly Proleviant, and thai Ihe King must be a i'rptestaut, « ow, then, wer « vie to reconcile this with Ihe principle of th^ pre. eut motion, by which we should be subjected Id see a I'rbiesiani Kiu<{ with Caiholicconfidential advisers? The fundameiltal priuciple cf . ( be Constitution was, that the King and" Parliament should be Protestant. We were ignorant what dangers OQlgbl follow our acts. Twenty years before ( lie Revolution, in the reign ol Charles 1. wuuld any one bate'credited Ihe assertion that at llu? distance ol i l i years from lhat period tha Puriiauswould . " overturns the. Thruue and . Ihe Established Cbureli ? or who, in Ibe reigu. uf Charts II. would bave given credit IQ » . tale Of what was lo. lake place, aud did take pl . ee, iu Ihe reign ( if hit* successor. With reipeel tu Hte duntlxliltes of the Catholics, they arose out of the act. of the Catholics themselves, who d ij uo< place llicaiselvei in a tUuatlpn t^ be parlaliers of all t ^ K advantages uf Ibe slate. They , pail a divided aNegiapce fo the Crown, and were Dot intitled to all the indulgences enjoyed by those who professed a complete and unqualified obedien'ce. But tbe Catholics were not singular, in this respect. The nuinei ous and respectable body o. f Quakers and other Dissenters were, in cousequeuce of their religious scruples, excluded from many places of trust. When'he Catholics of Ireland were admitted lo the exercise at their elective franchise, Ibey were all gratitude. Addresses of acknowledgment were preseuted Irom every county . in Irelaud to Ibe Lord Lieutenant, in which not the most distant illusion was made to further concession* ; yet the next Session did not pass over withont further application and further concession ; and he believed, if all they now asked was granted, if would only encouragerbem to agitate new claims. He was encouraged to hold Ibis opinion, by the perusal of a publication of a most respectable Roman Catholic deceased. Sir J. Throckmorton, who staled his opinion, that the time was nut far distant, when Ihe Bishops in Ireland would, as they were in some part of Germany, be appointed alternately from the Catholic mid Protestant Clergy. By graoting what was now asked, in hl< opinion, we should risk much, and could gain little-, since the great body of the population would gain nothing hy it. They would still have 10 pay their double tylhes, as now, aud, as now, they would be disaffected. For these reasons, and to support tbe Constitution, as established al the Revolution, he must oppose Ihis motion. Let us be kind to Ibe Catholics aod all who differed from ns ; but let ns also recollect the blessing* we had enjoyed lor the last century under our existing system, and not risk those blessings by speculative innovations. The House then divided— For the motion 106— Against it .147— Majority against the motion 41. . ' Adjourned at Half- past One. . i u n g s t o n ^ t p o n s F R I D A Y ' , MAY . 2 1 , 1819. , Foster, ! rt>; u this port. Field; John, Maithewson, both Al leghorn— The Briton At Riga— The Liberty, from this port. At V/ emel— The Biene, VVInberg, from this port; Newbegin. Garbutt, from Whitby. At DantUt) — Tbe Cyrus, Wood, from Whitby. In the Tej- el — The Jong Jan, Visiter, from this port. , lit the Bridle — TbeGoede Hope, Bmu, Irom Ibis port. At Hordea) u. r— The Elise, Johnson. Irom this port. At Helvoelslvys, on the 1 Hit instant— The Jane, VVriggleswortb, for Rotterdam. At Deal on the 13/ ft instant— The F. ast Indian, Wlsbarl, from tbi « port, fur Bengal, aod sailed same day. Al Hamburg— The Primrose, Lajcock ; Providence, Raynvr; Piince Leapold, Draper; Mary, Law s o u ; Express, Thorp; Alster, Shimells; Fairy, Sell;, Prospect, Edmund; Gu. rd, Delollte, all from this port. t i f f Plymouth the 17( ft inst.— Th « Cbatles Hamilton Aberu, D. naldsuo, from Lisbon, bound lo Loudon. W m w AT Di'AU- Kay 11, S W - U , WN W— 13, N W - 14, S— 15, and 16, Nil— 17 ESE. The Friend", Ellis,[ rum ihi « port lo New Brunswick, wav spoke with ou the 7th iustaut, lat. 48. 51. loug. 25 42. by the Harroouy, Thompson, arrived at Liverpool. l b s Andernius, Clark, from Ibis port for Quebec, was spoken with ou Ibe 23d lilt, in lat. 49. 22. lung. 27., 30. ( pa « svngers all well) by, ihe Geuersl Brock, arrived at Liverpool. from Charleston. Cn Sunday week fue Resolution, Clarke, of 500 tons, sailed from Cowes lor Baltimore chartered by Mr. J. Pitlis, of New* port, lor biuiself and lainily, and fitted up with every accommodation for tbe voyage. She has on board 50 pusteugers beside* Mr. Pitlis and his family. Among recent tosses in American shipping, we regret to observe the lot. il wreck, ou Ihe Jersey stioie, on tbe Idtb till, of a ship from Caotun, with a cargo of Iwo millions of dollars ou hoard The captain and 27 of the crew lost their lives. Tbe Eagle, arrived at Baltimore from Rio Janeiro, was boarded 10th March, in lat. 4 deg. 10 ui. long. 29 deg. W. by the Forluna, nnder ihe Patriot Bag. Was informed by Ihe boarding ottlcer, that three days before they had captured a large Portuguese ship, with a valuable cargo; and Ihe next day they feli in with a Portuguese man of war brig, of 20 guns, which they also captured, after a short action, hove ber guns over, took what they wanted out, and set her at liberty. A new stesui vessel called ihe Savannah Packet, of 300 tons burden, has beeu built at New- York, for tbe express purpose of conveying passengers across the Atlantic. She is Iocouie to Liverpool direct. A trial had been made with her from New- York to Savannah; she went lo Stalen Harbuur and back in one hour aud fifty minutes. - She is calculated lo hear 20 Inches of steam, aud she will pass any steaui- boat in Ihe American rivets. Her cabiu is! umisted in a most elegant slyle; there are 32 state- rooms; the cntnins are ou an entire lies, principle, those for ibe Ladies being entirely distinct ( H I the-( lentieni u. She It commanded by a Capt. Rogers, one of the first engineers in tiie Lulled States. ( In Saturday Hie Active fr gate, Capt. § ir James Alex. Gn- tlou, K. C. B. was moved out of Portsmouth harbour, against wind and tide, tiy means of an invention for impelliog ships iu a calui, with two paddle wheels, which are fixed ou n spindle, or axle- tree, projecting from ihe ship's side, imme: lately under the maiu deck, and just before the gangway. The Active started from tbe upper part of Ibe harbour about first quarter flood, aud succeeded in gelling abreast the Platform, against an Increasing cuutrary tide, running about two and a half knuts, ill a narrow channel. aud a light breeze of contrary wind, whin tbe ship freshening and it beiug against tbe orders of Ihe port that a ship of war should auchor iu the narrows - lie was dropped lulo the harbour again, lu lilts movement Ihe use of Ihe pad- Hen were teen, as Ibey worked backwards wilh equal facility ; oeilber warp uur boat aided her until she anchored again. Had the started from the harbour's mouth, aod at nn earlier period of Ibe tide, she would have easily made her way to Spifhead. FOREIGN TRADERS INWARDS. From Oporto— Priscilla, Ellis. From Memel- John, Scott; Thomas aud Ann, Instance. From lioilerdam— Concordia, De Jouge ; Jaue aod Isabella, Pjncber. FOREIGN TRADERS CLEARED OUTWARDS. For Hamburg - Venus. Willows: Elbe, Cortis. ForEmbdcn- V'row llarmitiia, Seeman ; llieronimiis, Smil ; Jouge Boeloif, Roelfsiaia. , For Amsterdam - Jautiiia Margaretha, Grewen. For AreAangil— Grace, Hall; Sherbiim, Hanson, For Stettin— Adulphus, Freese ; August Amalia, Scbmetiiig ; Fredrick Wilhelm, Meyer. For Swine munde— Woblfard, tirambau. For Hamburg— Hope, Fea. COASTERS INWARDS. From Newcastle— Moscow, Alnsgrave; John and Jane, Dalby ,- Thomas. Saul. From Lel'k— Anna- Riuloul. From ll'a. njteet Favourite, Orford. From Ipswich— Friendship, Gladiug. From h int by— Snealol,, Conison. From Fawny— Elizabeth and Grace, Stephenson. Fiom Poole— Atd, Brausley ; Freedom, W hittle. From Blackney - Hull Packet, Jury ;' Hnll Packet, Seeker. From Wells— Hopewell, Curson. From Yarmouth— - Maria, Kilcblng ; Windham, Elgale. From liarlri'cft- r. aiy, Maple. Front London- Briton, Ware ; Ripoil, lertbam; Ga. uabro' Packer, Cat ley ; Search, Sadler ; Naylor, Scales, Melcalr, Tludale; Sheffield. Sbaw ; Perseverance, Wood ; Goodwill. W ilk ill sou ; Diana, While ; Humility, 1' arrolt; Aon, 1 opplewell; Aun and Jane, Clayton. From Lynn— Betsey, Freeman; Hope, Barker; Blessing, Kifsoo ; Princess, Parr ; Joshua aud Mary, NeWlon ; Jaue, Teasdale ; Margaret, A I. sop ; Catharine, Clayton ; . Martha, Baity ; Provl dencs>, G « ll; George and i o n , Tupmao ; Whim. Palmer ; Dak aud Standard, Asquilh; Cleveland, Danu ; Apolios, Temple ; Sisters, Franks; Sidney Smilb, Johnson. From Alemeuth- Friends, lull. From Lonlh— Two Sisters, Batty. Irom Faversliam - Townshend, Buse From Wisbech— - Alliance, » Wilson. i'> om Teignmouth- Elizabeth, Culpiu. From Leith —. 5ile, ( aider. From Spalding— - Betsey, Holmes. From Whitby— Laurel, Cnrtin. From London- Jubilee, llowetb. COASTERS CLEARED OUTWARDS. lor Whitby- Providence, Gill; Mary, Best. For London- Jobn, Hawketwortb ; Loudon, Taylor ; Active, Owen; Mary and Ann, KlHbiogmsu ; 11 umber, Jackson; CheslerUeld, Erijblmare. For Yarmouth— William and Ann, Walker. For Colchester— St. Petersburg Packet, Mordeu. For Waiufleet — Sarah, Fell For Newcastle— Nancy, Backhouse ; Friends' Adventure, Cop land ; Orient, Carr; Fame, Llndse) ; Ulrika, Matiseu ; Flora, Tuuslall. For Sunder laud— Sontbwick, tKingwood. For Lynn— John and Harriet, Ingram; Endeavour, Carter ; Amicus, Clifton; Catharine, Lambert. For BfitoH— Nepmne, Scholefield ; Brother and Sister, Coulson. For Aberdeen— Wellingtoo, Allan. For Wisbech— Providence, Swift ; Bee, I. owery. For Leith—\ llnerva, Lawton ; Regeui, Ailkiu. For Berwici— Wellloglou, Brown. For Dundee - Fame, Wann. Fur hyemoutil— - Mary- Ann, Dodds. For Shields— Aon. Gibson ; Charles Henry, Phillips ; Good Agreement. Robsou. Fur Spalding — Aon and Elizabeth, Boulb. For Whitby— Mead, lor Lynn - Queen, Andrews. For A'etcCfls./ c — Frieudu, Dall; Delight, Dall. Ships and Captains From To Man 2. Julia, Towoeud llaulzig Grimsby Trade, Reonie Merntl Lellh t 3. Magdalena, M. as Hull Palile Ehinore. May 4,— A great many ships are lying iu Horn- Jieck Bay, and more are daily arriving, hot as the wind and current are against tbem, Ihey cannot gel up; several have Ijeen Oh" 1*' way to day. tint have bten obliged lo coale to anchor again, Ihe cutieiii lielog looslroug against them: Ibe i'\ ryd- bonnd » f » il jspon denied. - The confidence of the House of Commons l a ! be prewBl Adminslrallou. was oa Tuesday night triumphantly testified by a majority of above two to one, in the fullest Douse ever kuown in ibe annals of Parliament. Mr. Tierneg, truly said in Hie concluding part of his reply, lhat '' although il was possible lor Gentlemen who did not wish to turn out Ihe Government to vole for his motion, if they considered lhat there were any points w hich deserved consideration in a Committee of full inquiry, yet thai every'mail who" voted wilh the Government, must mean distiucty to e. tpre- s his confidence in ihe present Ministers, aod Iheir determination lo support the general t h i n s Of the Administration." With this key furnished by Mr. Tierney himself to the division, we cannot hesitate lo pronounce it one of Ihe most complete and decisive triumphs that any Government ever bad ; - and confiding as we sincerely do, in their Integrity, talents, m l true English spirit, and believing them to he superior to ibeir opponents iu ail ( hor- e qualities, we congratulate the country un the result. The spee. lies of Lord Cattlervagh aod Mr. Canning, were two 01 the finest ever delivered in Parliament, and spoke, iu the miilsl of great eloquence aod happy illustration, some plain truths un the stale of uur affairs, the constitution of parties, and fhe views which ought lo guide public men, and wilt be read wilh great interest iu the country, The Ministers admitted, Ibat without a full, zealous, aod uuremiltlng support, uo Administration could conduct to advantage the atlairs of the State; aud- lhey eulreated Geulteiuen, ilthey did not intend lo give them their confidence aod assistancein forwardiug the great business of tbe Empire, that they would mark, by their vole pf last uighl, their dissatisfaction wilh the present Government; bul Ibat if, on Ihe contrary, they were Inclined to give by ( hat night's vole ail additional mark of confidence, they should recollect Ibat such a vulepledged tl; em lo a more constant attendance, and to a more anxious share m Ihe public measures which remain for discussion; than had been given on sdhte former occasions. Tblsftold add manly language had, as il Ought, a great effect in- the House. Il is not accordant with the nature of Euglisbuieti t » do thing's by halves, and we believe we oray veiiiure lo cttiigr. iluiate ihe country, ibat they will see the great questions which are now approaching, discussed in fcril Houses, e'xefcishij? a salutary vigilance over the proposiijons of MitiistersVb'ut given them atthe same time such a degree of countenance and support, as will enable ItienMo carry into effect IbS greal objects in which the public interests are so vitally concerned. The Opposition, as Lord Castlereayh said, has exhibited through Ibis Session, a solid body oi well disciplined troops, obedient to command, and. marching and wheeling with mechanical regularity and order ai the voice of Ibeir Leader. We do not wish tbe majority io any such- stale of drill aud discipline; we do not want puppet legislators, to he played; oil'in the train of aiiy political Punch ;— we, od- the contrary, are glad to see a spirit of diecriminalion pervading the supporters ol Government: but we shall be glad thai the latter should bear in recdilectiou Ibe greal political trulb, Ibat " when one pai fy combines, the other ought lo co- operate." For tbe Motion 178— against the Motion 357— Majority in favour of Ministers, 179.— Courier. Tbe two Reports on the Bauk Restriction have been printed ; and il is observable ibat there is an accordance between Ihe Peers and Commons upon all the maiu points thai cache iinder the attention of both. Tbe Report oftbe Upper House was prepared chiefly hy Ibe Earl of Harrowby, and lhat oflhe Lower House by Mr. Peel, who, it has long been ru nori - i, is lo succeed Mr. Vausittart in his office, as soon as It e needful financial arrangements have been Completed. The greal featureof boib the Reports is Uiis :— lhal witblu two, or al the furthest three years, it w ill be proper thai the ancient gold standard of value should be restored; aod the plan they recommend for the purpose is, thai at three fixed dates, Hie first of which is Ihe 20th of February 1820, the Bank shall be called upon lo pay into tbe Mint, for ibeir nates, gold hi bars assayed and stamped, at Ibree fixed prices; audit is conjectured, that hy the favourable alteration ot Ihe exchanges with France, Holland, & c, by Ihe last dale, May tst, 18 21, the Bank will be enabled lo procure gold from abroad at Ihe Mint price of 3/. 17s. I0^ d. per oz. The Paris papers of Saturday last contain the termination of Ihe trial of Marioet and Cautillon, accused of baviDg attempted the life of the Duke of Wellinglon Tbe proceetiogs of Ibe 5th day commenced with tbe summiog up of the case by tbe President of the Court. The Jury remained io deli - beratimi an hour, and declared Ibe prisoners Not Guilty.— They were Ihen set at liberty, and the Advocate- General >( j. dress! ug ' hern by name, first informed Cantillon that be was acquitted, and thai there was uo further. charge against him. He then cuugratulated Marinet on> his acquittal, both as regarded himself aud Ihe French nation. Alluding tothesupposition tbat a safe conduct bad been given fo Marinet. be denied Ihis to he founded in fail, but added, " The French Government is honourable in this affair, and will afford a proof of it. Here are two passports, rbey are al your disposal: one Is for all Europe, tbe olber w ill enable you lo proceed In Dijon, to clear ymirself uf your riH, « t*. m, aiion petr contitmaee, if yon deem il proper." To Ibis Marinet replied, I am penetrated with gratitude for t h i s noble proceeding; 1 should desire a passport for Switzerland." The Advocate- General, " This Is for all Europe." The foreman of Ihe Jury apprised the Court lhat ibe decision was unanimous. Tbe Court resounded with the applauses uf the multitude on learning tbe decision of the Court. Official accounts published In the Madrid Gaiefteassert that Morillo commenced Ihe campaign on the 51b o. f February, bycrossing the Aranca, and defeating the army of Ihe ^ dependents wilh great loss. This General is said to be at tbe bead of a well- disciplined army, consisting of several thousand uien. few sales eflecled were at Jess moftey. progress ran be ' made iu Ibe sales of Beans. Floor as last quoted. Prices: - Wheal, 66s. 68s. 70s.— Beans, 31s. 36s. 46s. — Barley, 24s. 28s. 32s.— Oats, 20s. 21s. 23s. — Floor, Cue, 60s. per bag.— Flour, seconds, 55s. per bag of 20 stone. In- patients. INFIRMARY. Out- patients. Discharged Ac . . . . 5 Relieved, Discharged < Sc.. 43 Admitted ... 4 i Admitted. 50 Physician— Dr. Crosley— Surgeon — Mr. Fielding. Mr. Robert Cross, House- visitor. Inoculated for the Cow Pock by Ihe House- surgeon, 43. The Rev. Wm. Legard. bas become ao annual subscriber of two guineas to ihe Hull General Infirmary, The very Rev. R. D. Waddilovp, D. D. Dean of Ripon, has given a benefaction of five guineas to the above lustituiiun ; being a third benefactiou. On SUNDAY next in tbe forenoon, a SERMON will be Preached at the Iloi. v T R I N I T Y CHURCH, by ihe Rev. HKKIIV* GODFREY, B. 0 . after which a Colleclion will be made in Aid of the Funds of tbe HULL GENERAL INFIRMARY. . 5 1 An old woman, seventy yeart of age, was one of ihe eraigraois tbat lately sailed on hoard Ihe brig Fauny. from Carmarl hen for A merits. She b* d ? vait « l"_ ii'f 4 public- house In the town some day* for the sailing of the. vessel, and Ihe landlord accidentally going- Into Ihe parlour, to his great surprise found Ibe I able covered, with goid coin of different descriptions, amounting lo'nine hundred guineas, which she was at lhal moment in the act of couutlug. The money, sbe informed him, was the many years saving of her profits ol a small farm ; hut finding - latterly- ber store decreased, she, was resolved on going ro America to iaiproveber properly. A person who held au official situation in Dublin, whose wife had caught Ihe ty phus fever, had her sent to the hospital for recovery.— paving received information of her dealb. lie brought ber home to his bonse, and according to the | Irish fashion, had her waked for several- nig bis — he Iheu invited several of his relations, nnd couveyed ber several miles Inlo'the. country, where she was burieij.— HaYingoslled al Ihe hospital about a week afterwards, for her clothes, | ( whether to bis sorrow or not we cannot say) bill he found ' his wife so far recovered as to b » able lo walk home with him.— Tbe woman he had buried in mistake, was a poor friendless pauper, wbo otherwise would have been buried at Ihe expense of Ibe parish. ~ , It seems, that a scientific Frenchman ofthe nime ofDI PIN lately availed himself of introductions from tbe Institute of Frauce lo our Royal Society, so as to be enabled to visii all our naval and great public establishments. He bas since read full aud curious details of his Tour and Observations lo Hie lUHtlfute; aud Ihe whole bas been translated, aud enriched with illustrative notes, by a Captain of Ihe English Ni, vy, and forms the Third Number of the Monthly Journal of New Voyages and Travels. The English people will; through Ibis i . Journal, therefore, become first acquainted with the mecha- R e l i e f g i v e n , 9s. l O d . ; boat- i nlcal wonders of their own (' auals, Dock- yards, Porl « , - ' Bridges, Roads. & c.; and learn how much they are indebted to the geniusesof RKSXIK, T » R. W. Ri>, B R U N E L , B R A M A H, S K P P I N O , M A C D S L A V , WXTT, Covrihiivi.., and many others. The English yvho go lo Paris should be aware of fmposlecs, who go abriiii as interpreters, recommefid tradesmen, servants, Ac. They are all Cheatjs, aud llVe by robbery. The least evil you can suffer from'tlieih i s haying Vo pay I t least 10 per cent, above'ils Value for every thing and sometimes even 30 Letters from Kingston, Jamaica, or the 24tb of March, mention lhat Sir Gregor Macgregur was then on a visit lo that city. Il apptarn certain lhal Ihe place ef bis destination was at that lime undetermined, even by himself, as be was endeavouring to collect iuformation among Ihe merchants at Kingston/ concerning Ihe most eligible pari of tbe Spanish Main on which In make a desceot. Great apprehensions was'entertained, thai his operations woold produce some injury Its commerce ; to remove this, Macgregor had Issued a proclamation lo assure the Britisb merchants Ibai bis utmost protection would, iu all instances, be afforded ihein. The nutiob of an attack on Gartbageua was considered far too dangerous for bis means, as Ihe general opinion had fixed ou Chagres as the place of his proximate destlnaiiou. New York Papers to the ISlb ult. have arrived. They leem with accounts oiuiosi destructive fires in various parts of - lie Union. At Norfolk, iu Virginia, about one hundred and filly houses have been destroyed -, aud tbe cities of Washington, New York, and Philadelphia, have also suffered considerably from Ibis devouring element. The . British schooner James. ( Croup, masier) wbicb bad, un her voyage Irom Jamaica to St. John's, New Brunswick, put into Newport,- In Rhode Island, in consequence of springing a leak, had been seized hy the Collector of ( o » toms al ibat port, under ihe Navigalioo Act recently passed by Congress. But oo Ihe case being represented lo lie American Government, an order was transmitted to the Collector for ber release, on Ihe ground lliat Ibe Act was nol intended to apply to British vessels forced by strets of weather, or olber urgeut or . unavoidable circumstances, to put iuto a port lo Ihe Uuiled Slates. He was at tbe same thoe directed to allow the sale ol tro muc'h of the cirgo. on paying Ihe regular duties, as uiighl delray the expense nf repairs. The Congress frigate had sailed for South America with Mr. Grahaui, Ibe Minister appointed by Ihe United States al Rio Janeiro. An official account or Ibe money coined in America since the establishment of the Mint, stales tbe value al 15 millions of dollars. I be seven Seoeca Indians, - who were exhibited'last summer In the Metropolis, and subsequently lu different parts of ihe kingdom, hate arrived al New York. They are stated Id prefer tbeir owo mode of life to any which tbey saw during their travels. Don Ouis, ibe Spanish Minister, bas left. Washington, upon his return lo Europe. According lo extracts from the St. John's Papers, the House of Assembly of New Brunswick was most unexpectedly dissolved ou ihe 29lb ol March by the Lieut. Governor, who roundly told Ibem, Ibai as they bad hardly made any provision for Ibe services whicb had been particularly recommended to their eonsideraliuii, and persisted iu a measure w bich be could nol suffer to pass uuuoticed, consistently With his duly lo bis Sovereign, he had no other course left lo him hut lo dissolve Ibem. Tbe obnoxious measure alluded lo Is understood lo bave been a Resolution passed by the House on Ihe 17th oi March, declaring, lhal " the system which requires bonds lo he taken for the payment of one shilling per Ion on all pine limber manufactured in this province, Is a measure highly injurious to Its trade, A c ." Halifax papers lo Ibe 2Ulh of April bave arrived. The House of Assembly, on Ihe Ist. voied I6O0L in support o f l he fisheries, lo make up Ibe deficiency in ibe amount appropriated for bounties by Ihe lale House. The Bill for Ihe establishment of a Commercial Bank bas passed the House of Assembly.— The sumoi 2000/. has been voted for Ihe erection of a College in Halifax, agreeably to Ihe tetooimendalitm of Ihe Governor, at the opening of Ihe Session. On Ihe 17lb the General Assembly was prorogued to the 2Sih July HULL AND SCULCOATES DISPENSARY. Patients. J Patient}. Discharged. Cured, A c . . . .48 i Admitted . Visited at Iheir own h o m e s . . . . . . . . 2 9. Physicians — Dr. Ayre, and Dr. C. Alderson.^ Surgeons— Mr. R. Casson, and Mr. W S. Belly. Mrs. Travis, High- street, has become an annual subscriber of Iwo guineas; Mr. William Mackrill, Barton, and Mr. Westohy, oue guinea each lo the Hull and Sculcoates Dispensary. • Vagrant Office, Mag I3fft to Sent away IGmen, 4 women, 7 children — Total 21 hire, 2s 8d.; lodgings, 3s. Sd. ; Constables for apprehending vagrants, 3s.' 6J;. Total. IBs. Sd. On Sunday last, Ibree Sermons weripreached in this town, by the Rev. Wm. Marsh, of Colchester, and the Rev. Charles Simeon, or Cambridge, on behalf of Ibe London Society lor promoting Christianity amongst the'Jews; — the " first ol these excellent discourses was, preached J o the moirninrr, by tbe former, at St. Mary's Church, from Gsuesls xil. and lalter part of verse 3, after which the stlrliril 171. 12s. was collected ; in the afternoon, Ihe tame Rev. Gent, preached al St. John's t iHit- cb, from- SI. Luke, c. xix. verses 41, 42; collection at ibis service, 32/. 8s. t in the evening, at ( lie Holy Trinity Cbnrcb, tbe Rev. C. Simeon, with his usoal force of argument, delivered an interesting discourse from Micah v. 7 v. ; the collection amounted to 29/. making, In the wtiole, nearly 80/, ; a strong proof of tbe signs of the times, and of Ihe interest our Cbrlstiau town- meii fed for Ibeir brethren tbe Jews. A most interesting meeting was held on Mouday morning lasl, al the Girl's School, iu Salthonse- laue, of a few friends to the Society for diffusiug Christianity among the Jews.— The Rev. Messrs. Simeon and Marsb ( assisted by the Rev. Messrs: Scott aud Jarratt) gave much useful. inlormation on this important subject. They stated, that a public meeting vsjiild have been called, bad it not been for tbe fear of exciting an opinion, that too many concerns of this nature Were pressed upon the lowu at this period; but hoped from the favour aud interest with which the case of the Jews has beeu received, tbat ao Auxiliary Society may be organized here at a time uot far ( lirlaot. Chi Tuesday, May 41b, was held at Freemasons' Hall, London, tbe I9ih Anniversary o f i h e Church Missionary Society, Lord Gambler in the chair. The Rev. Mr. Pratt read the Report,' which slated tbe Income ofthe last year to bave exceeded 28,000/. The details cf the Society's proceedings were, as usual, extremely- interesting aud satisfactory. The meeting wasaddressed hy John Thornton, Esq. the Rev. Mr. Dealtry, Wiu. Wilberforce, Esq Ibe Rev. Messrs. Matthias, Cunning ham, ( of Harrow) Dr. Hamilton, Daniel Wilson, aud others. On Wednesday the 5th iust. the Anniversary of Ihe British and Foreigh Bible Society was held iu Freemasons'. Jla| l. London. There were full 2000 persons present. At 12 o'clock Ihe Right Hon. Lord Teignmoolh look the chair, when the Report was read. - It detailed Ibe progress of tile Bible Societies in Ihe different countries of the Continent, and io ibe Indies, Ac. s t t M that tbe number ijihles issued at cost and reduced prices, from Ihe 3ist of March, 1818, to the tame period in 1819, was 123.247 Bibles, and 136,7S4 Testaments, making In Ibe wbule 260.031 copies, heiDg an increase beyond the issues ofthe preceding year of 65,930 Bibles and Testaments ; making with those issued at the expeuse of the Society, from various presses upon the Continent, a total of more than 2,300,000 Bibles aod Testaments. Professor KtetCer, from Paris, presented himself lo the meeting, aud through the medium of a long address, which was read by tbe Rev. D. Wilson, informed the meeting, that the { government of France had promised their utmost support to tiie Bible Societies in tbal country.— It is stated, that 9,000 copies of the New Testament, printed ia Ibe. Tarnish language, boiu the royal pressor France, had been sent lo Turlli- y.— ( t.^ m c. ppleu* e.) — \ l i i r t s of lito-.,. Testaments, which were exceeding well printed and bound, audT bearing Hie royal arms of France, were then presented to the meeting by Ihe professor, wbo, aided by Ihe advice of Baron Sylvestre de Sacy, had got op the edition.]— Tbe Duke of Gloucester Ihen moved Ihe ( banks of ibe meeling to the chairman, wbo made asuitahle reply. The meeting then hrokenp. On Thursday. May 6th, was held at Ibe London Collee- House, Lndgate Hill, tbe Anniversary of the Prayer Book and Homily Society. The Report staled the receipts of the year at 2141/ 9s. 7d. and that upwards of 10,000 Pray er Books, and 28,000 Homily Tracts bad been distributed. Lord Gambier was in Ibe chair. Mr. Wilberforce, Ibe Rev. Mr. Owen, Rev. Mr. CurniDgbam, and others, addressed the meeting. The Russian Bible Society, last year, distributed 72,000 copies of ( he Holy Scriptures. On Monday ae'onlght.' F. benezar Collier, James Harrison, and John- Smith commonly called pye lad, sentenced at our last two sessions lo seven years transportation, were removed from Ibe Gaol in this town, lo be delivered onboard tbe receiving ships al tbe Nore. On Friday lasl, John West wood was commuted, to lake his trial al the next Sessions fdr this place, o n suspicion of steal ing six deal ends from the bonding yard cf ( he Dock Company, the properly of Richard and John Harrison. A man of Ibe name of Hodgson, convicted at our Mansionhouse of poaeblog some months ago, was last week committed to our House of Correclion, ( on failure of bis paying the fine of hi.) to undergo ai) imprisonmeut of ibree months. He was brought from the House ot Correction at Beverley, after having suffered a similar imprisonmeut for poaching in the Essl- Riding. Beverley Races commence on Wednesday next, May ? 6tb ; and Grimsby Races on Thursday and Friday the 3d aod 4th of June. and per cenl. aod npvtai- ds. They w e P f e a large premium from Ihe seller; and lo'meruit assist bftjrto ro< » the purchaser, by assuring him the thlt » g Is esteedinsly cheap. t The fombs of Henry 11. King of England, of Eleonora of Gulenne, bis wife, of Richard Cienr de Lion, aud Isabella of Angouleme, ( of the iamily'of I h ^ Planiagenels) were in tbe Abbey of Foulrevault. which was despoiled during Ihe French Revolution. It bas,' however been repaired, and is now about to he cooveited into one o f t b e great central, houses or detention. A sepnlehral chapel is, also, to he built, for the reception of ( be above lomb « , which bave bitberto remained in one of the chambers of tbe building, were travellers were admitted to view theui. On Friday the 39th ulf. the following convicts, under sentence of transportation, were removed from Lincoln Castle: — Sosanoa Dawson aud Susanna Til « on. lo the general Penitentiary at Milbibk, London; and Elizabeth Eno and Martha Hubbe't, to the conviclsshlp Lord Welliugloo, lyiug off Woolwich, tor Bblany Bay. Execu lion at Chester.— On Satnrday week, Joseph Walker, convicted at Cnesler Assizes of highway robbery, underwent Ihe sentence ol'lhe law, at tbe usual place of execution. On being delivered to Ibe Sheriffs nf the city, be sprang into Ihe cart appointed to receive him w ith much activity ; aud Ibeu observing an acquaintance in the assembled crowd, called to him, and with much apparent indifference, enquired it he should pass by bis ( Walker'sj pareni's boose, aod ir be did, to tell Ibem to fetch fats body and bitty it in Bovvdou Churchyard. On arriving al the ratal drop situated on the back part ot I he city 3aol, he was attended by Ibe Rev. Mr. Wiilan, with wbom he remaiued nearly an hour in prayer. On the scaffold, while the executioner was performing bis preparatory duties, he appeared exceedingly agitated, hut, at intervals, appeared to look oh tbe surrounding spectators, with a lisilessuess of expression, indicative o f a temporary vacuity of mind. He addressed the spectators, imploring ibem lo take warning by bis fate, for uo oue knew what they were to come l o : be bad been guilty ol'Sabhaih'breakiiig and drnukemiess ; but of the crime for which he was going lo die, be was as Innocent as Ibe child unborn. Walker was 20 years of age ; had light curled bahvaud a very prepossessing fair countenance,— The executioner having completed the awful preparations, tile unhappy sufferer gave the lata! signal, and was launched into eternity A respectable solicitor in tbe neighbourhood of tbe Strand, a few days since attempted self destruction ; he placed Iwo pistols to his bead; ioadeid with hall, oue tore away Ibe lower jiart of the jaw, and ihe olber shot off part or his ear. Tie is the son of a respectable man iu Fleet- street, and was doing very well in business, hut Ibe. immediate want of pecuniary assistance it is said to have driven hiin to the desperate act,— Hoae » entertains.* tlMit he- wilt reepver. The corporal otajor of Ihe 2d Life Guards, Hodgson, who, il Is said, was oue of those exhibited al ( lie Academy, was tbe only one of Mr. llaydou's models left alive at Waterloo: he had five models in the Life Guards in that battle, four of whom were killed. Shaw was oue; aud Daikiu, ( he young mail who sat for the groom sjeeping oo his knees io Macbeth, was another. The last time Daikin was seen, he was fightiug no horsed, with three cuirassiers, ( woof whom he killed with ( wo cuts, dividing both tbeir beads at the uose : be was found dying in Ibe evening across a hedge, cut in ribbands. The first cut Shaw gave ( iu related by ibe third man from him, a corporal, who saw it) was at acuirassier, who rode up : Shaw, being nn higher ground, waited calmly for him, he cleaved through his Iron helmet, down to his jaw ; the face oflhe cuirassier Tell off, as cleauly cut as a bit of apple,— this was tbe corporal's expression who related il. " haw died in the inuyard at l a Haye Sainte, from " exhaustion ; and not on the enemy's ground, as some reported. A young" girl has been assassinated iff Paris under circumstances iff great atrocity. After Ibe minder was com milted, and tbe plunder secured, Ihe ruffians set fire lo the bed, in ( he hope of thus destroying all traces of Ibeir crime. Happily the flames were soou extiuguised, and Ihere is every reason to hope lba( the wretches will be brought fo justice. A dreadful crime has spread Consternation in Berlin ; It bas made Ibe greatest ItnpresSion, as people think they recognize Match for £ t) 0gs. rath, h. ft. One mile and half. Lord Queeotberry's h. ui. Miss Syntax ,. Air E.- Pelre'e b. ui. AgaJthn, by OrvillB ,.)£" 5 Id 4. ou Agatha. Sweepstakes of 20g « . for three- year old colls. Last mile ana three quarters. ( 9 Subscribers.) Mr Garforth's ch c. Swift, by President .1 Mr T. Duncombe't b. c. byGovernor ... 4 Lord Filzwilliam's cb. c. Esplaudion, by Amadis ... 3 Mr Lacey's ch. c. Anchor Smith, by Merlin .4 Lord Scarhrougii's b. g. hy Sir Solomou , S 6 IO 4 ag » t Swift. Produce Stakes of lOOgs. each, b. It for tbree- ycar old colts. Last mile. ( 6 Subscribers.) Mr F. Wall's eh. c. Dreadnought, by Haphazard I Sir J. Byug's br. c. Sir Arthur, hy Sorcerer 2 Even belling. York Spring Si. Leger Slakes of 25gs. each, for three- year old colts. Lasl utile aud three quarters. ( 8 Subs.) Mr Wall's b. f. By Thunderbolt .. I Sir VV. Miluer's br. c. Three to One, by Stripling . . . . . . . . . . i Mr Riddell's cb. c. While Legs, by Marmion 3 Mr lldertou's cb. c Charley- uiy- Lad, by Black Sir Charles. .4 5 to 4 oil Mr Watt's filly. Match for 200gs. each, h. ft. Two miles. Lord Qtieensfterry's b. c. F i l z w a l l u u . . . 0 Mr Michaelsou'sb. f. Nauet'te, by Sorcerer .0 OH by. consent. Tuesday, May 10.- Sweepstakes of iiOge. each, lOgs ft. fur cotls and fillies two- years old. ( 14 Subscriber.) Mr Watt's b. c. Tramper I Duke of Leed's ch. f; by Mowbray, dam by Shuttle I Sir M. M. Sykes's br. e. by Smuleusko 3 Lord Scarbrough's b. c. hy Petrooius .4 The following also started, but were not placed .- Sir M. W . Ridley's b. c. Olio, by Oclavlao 0 Mr ( jarforlb's ch. f. by WallonTdam hy Sancho — 0 Mr Garfnrlh's gr. c. by Don Cossack. 0 Mr Brown's br. c. M'Rory, by S m o l e n s k o . . 1 1 ,. r CaKersou's b. f. by Marmioo ...... 0 6 to 4 agsl Tramper; and 4 to I agst Sir M. Sykes's c. Tbe Shorts— Sweepstakes of 50gs. earb, h. ft. ( or colls and aud fillies three years old.— Last mile. ( 7 Subscribers.) Mr. Jacques's b. c. by Thunderbolt.. 1 Mr Garforlh's cb. c^. SwIli, by President Mr Wall's b. f. by Cerberus, out of Alfana 3 • 6 lo 4 agst Mr Jacques's coll ; aud 5 to 4 on Swift. The Gold Cup, by a Subscription of 20gs each, value lOOgf aud ibe surplus to be paid in specie; for horses, Ac. of all ages.— Two miles.—( S Subscribers ) Mr Walt's b b. Btacklock, by Wbitelock, 5 y r s . . . . . . . > . . . .! Mr Yates's li. b. Paolowiiz, by Sir Paul, 6 y r s . , t Mr Cradock'scb. c. Toachbearer, 4 yrs... 3 Mr Garlorlh's br. c. by Sir Paul, 4 yrs 4 Mr. Petre- s b. m. Agatba, fay OrviUe,^ yrs... .5 5 to 4 ou Blacklock.- U ou easy, Wednesday, May 10 Tbe Const Motion Stakes of 20gs. each, b. ft. for horses. Ac. of all ages One mile and aijuar ter. ( 10 Subsrihers.) Mr T . Duncoiabe's ch. c. St. Helena, 5 yrs ., 1 Lord Queeusbury's b. m. Miss Syntax, 5 yrs I Mr T O. Powlelt's b. c. The Juggler, 4 y re 5 aod 6 to 4 on Miss Syntax. Sapling Stakes of 50gs. each, h. ft. for colts. Last mile atul three quarters. Mr Watt's cb. by t. angton— Mandaue .. 1 Lord Scarbrough's The Black Prince » ••-;. i Mr Uppleby's cb. Wlld- boy, by Amadis .. . .3 Mr T. Duucoinoe's b. by Walion, dam by P a y u a l o r . , . 4 Sir JAByng's br. Sir Arthur. fay S o r c e r e r . . . . . . . . Even betting on the: Winner. Produce Stakes of 50gs. each, h. ft.— Two mile*. Mr Cradock'* b. t , by Mowbray. .. I Lord Derby's b. c. hy Thunderbolt-, out of Cowlip i Mr Loltus'sb. c. by Thunderbolt,^ nt or Margaret ,.. 3 Maich for 50s1. eactf. h ft.-, One mile and a half, Mr. Brandling's b. c. Krambambuly, 4 yrs Mr E. Petre's ch, c. RiChiboud, 3 yrB paid f t . The Slaud Plate of 50/. for horses, Ac. of all ages.-- A winner of 50/. Ac. to carry 31b. extra. Heats, one mile aud Ibree quarters each. Col. Kiug's b. c Master Beverley, 4 yrs 6 1 1 Mr Kirkby'sb. m Woodpecker- Lass, 6 yrs . . . . . . . . . I 3 S Lord Scarbrough's b. c. Awlol, 4 yrs 5 2 i Sir E. Smith's c b . c by Hambletontan. 4 yrs 4 6 4 Mr James's b. c . S i r William, by W's Ditto 4 y r s . . . . 3 4 5 Mr Duccomhe's c. c. Mozart, hy Governor, 4 y r s . . . 2 - 5 df BIRTHS. On Wednesday las', al Newland, tbe lady of Mr. George Rudston, of a daughte-. On Friday lasl, at bis Lordship's bouse, Grosvenor- sqiiart, London, Lady . Ylilton, of a daughter, being her ladyship's seventh child. MARRIAGES. Yesterday » e'nnlght, at Hac . ney, Mr. Philip Dell Hayman , wine- roerctiau1, of Surrey- s( ree(, Strand, London, to Mist Marshall, daughter of Mr. John Marshall, of Doncaster. Oil Wednesday last, at Cottiogbam, Mr. John Coclirao, of Newland, to Eleanor, youngest daughter of John Cochran, Esq. Blaydon, near Newcastle. Ou Tuesday se'iiuigbf, Mr. Matthew Barker, bookseller, to Miss Isabella Dixon, holb of Hexham. On Tuesday se'nnlght, al Wakefield, Mr. Cundall, of York, l o Miss Marshall, daughter of Mr. Marshall, or ( be former place. Ou Thursday se'nnight, at the Parish Church of Saint George's, Hanover square, by Ihe Rev. Mr. Hodgson, the Earl Temple, to Lady Mary Campbell. After the ceremony, tbe new married pair - el off for Stowe, ( he seat of ( be Ma.- quesi of Buckingham. On tbe 2d instant, Mr. James Dow, of Rrenkspath, mason, to Ann, daughter of Mr. John Moody, primer. Gaienhead. Lately, at St. James's Churcb. London, by the very Rev, the Dean ol Canterbury, the Hon. '- ir. Neville, eldest son of Lord Bioybrooke, to Lady Mary, second daughter r. i ibe in it the tame kind of- delusion which placed ill the hand or • Marques. s Cornwallis. Ihe happy pair, after Ihe ceremony, proceeded lo Salli- ou Walden, Ihe seal of Lord Broybrooke. . On the 21st nil. at Ihe Parish Church of Balleagb iii ihe county of Derry, hy ( he Lord Bishop of Kaphoe, ihomas Walker, Esq. ol the - Sco'cn Greys, second sou o f t b e l a t e Joseph Walker, Esq. of East wood, in the county of York, tn Constant la Frances Anne, eldest daughter of John Claudiu* Beresford, Esq. DEATHS. PRICE or STOCKS- 3 per Cent. Coos. 7 1 j f j j. B3 » To our Correspondents last ireek and this, ire beg to say, the F. diUtr has not yet returned. VVe bave agaiu to note a scaoty supply of all Grain at our Market on Tuesday last, notwithstanding Ihe trade wa « as stagnant as ever.- The besi English Wheat was full 2s. per qr. cheaper, and all other descriptions, as well as Foreign. met 1 little or uo attention. Scarcely any ihiug whateverpssse i in ' Barleys, except in small parcels for grinding, and al very low- j prices. The demand for Oats was extremely limited, and tbe The Hedon Inclosure Bill was read Ibe ( bird time passed in the House of Commooson tbe 7tb Instant. The Bill for altering tbe Game Laws, wa » rejected In Ibe House of Commons, un Friday, by a great majority of 60, Tbe Rev. Jf. Mnncas'er, of Rotbwell, Is nominated by tbe Hon. Mr. Petre, lo Ibe perpetual curacy or Selby. Walter Scolt is said to have realized 72,000/. within tbe last 12 years, by bis literary labours. As a proof Of tbe vast extent of the publishing trade In this country, Mr. Murray, bookseller, in London, has aunounced works for 1819, wbicb will cost him 40,000/. One bookseller's bouse in London, paid in Ibe course of ( be lasl 12 mouths, the enormous sum of 4638/. for advertising iu newspapers alone. The Yorkshire Hussar Yeomanry, under the command of tbe Right lion. Lord Grantham, assemble on permanent duly, in York, ( to morrow) Saturday. On Monday se nnight, at a Common Council beld In tbe Guild hall, Lincoln, Heury Swan, Esq. was chosen Alderman, In the room of Ihe late Alderuiau Foster, deceased. Ou Saturday evening » e' 8night, a most violent and brutal essaull was committed oo Wakefield Bridge, upon Jereniah Slott. a very old aud faithful servant of Mr. Holdsworlh, by four men belongiog In the narrow boats, employed in tbe trade to Manchester, who knocked bim down, aud beat him, w faen upon the ground so severely, that his life is despaired of. One ol the parly has'been taken. On Saturday last, Mrs. LePglhorn, of Ihe Wellington- pnblichouse in Leeds, was convicted by ihe Magistrates of tbal borough, in ihe mitigated penalty of four pounds, for selling small- beer, of which uo account bad beeu taken by the Excise officers. It may be proper lo add, tor the information of publicans, tbat Ibe Act imposes a penalty of SQl. for this offence. A man of the name of Tom Winkle started oo Salnrday morning from Whltechapet, lo go on foo( nine miles on the Epping road and back In three hours, carrying a basket containing shrimps, crabs. Ac. of Hie weight of 241b. on bis head, and not to touch tbe basket wilh bis bands during Ibe journey, lor a bet of 5/. which he performed, with seeming ease, one minute under the . allowed lime. About half- past ten o'clock on Saturday night last, the whole or Ihe gas- llglilsat Leeds, were suddenly extinguished, ill consequence of a mislake by one of the person* at the gas house. Amongst the ludicrous circumstances lo which the instantaneous darkness gave rise, was the consternation of a barber, who lost sight of bis customer wben bis face was balf shaved. On Wednesday se'nnight, two while rooks were « ho( a( Woolley Park, near Wakefipld, the residence of Gi VV. WentWorth, Esq. It Is a rare occurrence that ( his species ol birds is found w hite, and many old spbrtsmen never saw any of tbat colomv - - - • ' - * Saudi tbe dagger uTau assassin. Dr. Neumann, Physician to lh « Hospital La Cliarite, bad just laid himse lf down in bed with bis wife, wben ( be latter seized a kitchen- knife, wbicb she bad concealed under the tiedsclothes, stabbed him in the breast. The Doctor leaded out or bed, and called lor help. His servant came, but being terrified, lost bis presence of mind, ail. I ran away. Mrs. Neumann, pursued her husband, and, in spite of bis resistance, wounded him In seventeen places. One wnuud only is through the side, but il is thoughl to he mortal. Tbe guaid a( length mastered Ibis fury. She merely siid to the Magistrate w- bo Interrogated her, u What I have dune it was my duly lo do." This deliberate cruelly Is Ihe more astonishing, because, lill this lime, Ibis woman had lived Oil very good terms wilh her husband, and hy wbom she bad several children. She earne- tly desires lhal sbe may uot be supposed lo he mad : how ever, from Ihe nature of her conversation, and tbe choice of her books, an opinion seems to be entertained lhal ibis uuhaipy woman indulged iu intricate- speculations, which may bave disordered ber brain after having depraved her mural character. We learn by accounts from Magdeburg, thai on the Ihe 30tb of April, a fire suddenly broke out ai lto! henburg, ln the county of Mansfeld, lu the sheep- fold of lhe'Bailtif. which spread so rapidly, lhal near 1200 fine_ sbtep, of. the improved breed, were a prey lo tbe flames; many oilier sheep which were saved, are milch injured by the fire, and have suffered so mnch fromlhesuffocating smoke, tbal very few of Ihem will recover The damage sustained is estimatad al 1 t. OOOdollars. A country s- otiun, 7 I years of age, who owed the Bailiff eight dollars, and bad been frequently reminded of the debt, is supposed lo have set fire to ihis establishment, ( which is one of Ihe finest in tbe county of Maosfeld.) out of revenge, aud is said lo be . in arrest." YORK SPRING MEETING. Mouday, May 17.— Sweepstakes of 20g » . each, for all ages Two mites. ( 7 Subscribers.) Mr PowletCs gr. c. hy- Comus, 4 yrs ,. l Mr Wall's b. b. Blacklock, by \ \ h l e l o c k , 5 yrs . . . . . . . . . .2 Sir Pierce's b. c. Ranter, by Comus, 4 y r s . . . . . . . . .3 Mr Craddock's ch. c. Torcbbearer, by Comus, 4 yrs 4 Lord Filzwilliam's b. c. Cardenio, by Cervantes, 4 yrs .. Z.. .5 Mr Riddell's b. c. King Ceirney, by Langloo, 4 yrs. , . .6 Mr Garforth's ch. f. Caroline, by Heoderskelf, 4 y r s . . . . . . . . 7 6 IO 4 QIT Blacklock.— Won easy. Match forJOgs, h. ft. 8st. 31b. each.— I2ist mile. Mr Ridsdale's b. c. Whiff, by Tbondertolt. - . . ' . . . . .. Mr Coates's br. e. Kramhamhuly. by Governor Even betting. Sapling Stakes of . OOgs. each, for ibree > ear old fillies, mile aud half. ( 8 Subscriber-.) Lord Filzwilliam's bl. by Sorcerer » .-. Mr Wall's b.' tly Cerberus, out of Allaira . . . . . i . . . ' . . . . . . .2 Lord Scarbroitgb's b. by Golumpifs. •'.. .3 5 l o 4 on Mr Wall's filly. Clare! Handicap Stakes ot lOOgs. h. tt. for four jear olds. Two miles. ( 11 Subscribers.) Sir M. M. Sykes's b. C. Rhadamauthns. .. I Lord Filzwilliam's bl. c. B e l i a n i s ' . . . . ' ...'..'... 2 Mr Houldiworlb's cb. f. Torreli, by Cerberus . 3 Mr Powlett's gr. c. by Comus "-.. 4 • 4 to 4 agsl TorrelH*, and 2 ( o l agst Mr PovrletCi gr, coll. Wott very e « sy ' * •* East . .1 On Saturday se'nnight, in London, aged 03, Mrs. Flowfl; sister ( o Mr. Edward Thompson, of this place, merchaui. On Sunday the 9th Instant,. at Drypool, alter a very long illness, Mrs. Harrison, sister to Mrs. G. Moon, of Quay- street lu this town. Ou Saturday morning, aged 19, Collins Chaplin, second son of Mr. Thomas Chaplin, ol ibis place, after a severe affliction of fifteen months, which he sustained wilh exemplary patience and resignation. On Tuesday last, aged four years and seven months,- Moses Savery Biri. son of I lie Rev. John Blrl, pf this town. On Suuday last, at Beverley, raflera short Illness, ageid 66, . Mr. John Roblusou, formerly of Lockington- Carr. He was a very upright man ; and after having, lor manyjears, adorneil his religious profession by a suitable conduct, be closed bit life in citrtstbui confidence an'djoy. Ou Sunday last, al Easlugwold, aged 81, Mr. Jamvs Carter, a man o f a truly patriotic aud h^ ependent « pfrU He served in tbe 79th regt. nuder Coi. Draper, in Ibe Easl Indies, from 1757, to 1762 ; during whicb period he was al ( be lakiug of Pollomalee, TriblBore, Conjiforam, Trlbhore, Cdffreepoc, Waudlwasb, Corengully, Cilltapal, Tluiory, A'rcot", Permocoal, Waldore, Arinapong, Vellmore, Ponder. berry, Gnigee, Vellore, Nellore Scroploy, Arnee, Mauilla and, Passig."— During Ihe lima Ihe Army was besieged by the French la Fort St. George, ( from the I4lb Sept. X1758 to tbe ' ltifi" Feb I 7 O 9 ) ihe Stall water became completely fresh ; by which exiraordiu ry circumstance Ibe plate was enabled lo hold out and lo this phenomena, in all prphaltililji, uiaydie ascribed our present possession of . India. — Mr C. rler is supposed lo have been Ibe last surviving person who served iu the above Campaign.. , . <•'; On Thursday last, at Doncaster, very suddenlyt Mr. John Liltlewood, of that place, grocer. , 1 ' . . , . . ,. Ou Sunday se'nulghl, in the 99! li year of'her" age, Mrs. Eleanor Spencer, widow, of Liriciilii. She retaioed ber facullies lo Ihe last, and coiislair*;- atteoded prayers iu her parish churth qnlil within a. few! .*" ek » ol hyrdeatji. Oils Tuesday se'nnight, in ( he - isi y> ar offaisage, moch and deservedly regretted, Mr. A Vol Di. ve-. of . Yorkt butcher. On Thursday se'nnighl, at Batb'. i n i b e 21' sl year i y her age, Matilda, tbe wife . of Lieut. C\ l. ttobioson. 24IB regiment.— Sfre was tbe secoud daughter nl" the Rev. R. Fraukland, and only survivlhg brother o f Sir Thomas Fiaukla id, Bact. of Thirklehy, iu the county of Y* ork- Onthe 3d instant, at Knisinpton. at the advanced age of $ 8, Mrs. Naret, relict of Dr. part's, Organist and- foMposer to his Majesty, and f » rmt^ lyA) rgaflist- « f the Calhedraiof York. On Ihe l l t h instant. Jane, only ! daughter ol'the Rev. J. Green, Rector of Soutfa fvilriugjon, dear Tbirsk. -" Oo the 2,3d lilt, at. Nejv Y « ri( 4 in a decline, to Ihe inexpres. slbje, grtef or his relaiioiis .. ud niunntous friends, age., s9, Mr, Solomon Brown, a^ eut l( t^ lessrs. HUgg. or Leeds, son ot Mr. Win. Brown, late of Niiu- Monclon, awir ^ hrk, jfhd nephew ( a Mr. W'tn. M& wson, Burmantoftr. T o t h e E D I T O R o f t h e u r n \ D V K I I I ISF. IL' S I X — A compsrlnt: nha* frequently b< en made hetw- erti the Banian Tree, Aid- ifce Eriiiab and Foreign Bible . Society will, its Branch Association* 5>* o striking, the analogy neen only he stiege* ted, i « na. v » i's beauty acknowledged 11 is well known tot bone whobavevisiled the Bast, lhal ihe Banian often spn ad> ils Branch ^) 0t » round Ihe Palmyra or V'alm ' iree. whose lolly foliage gives the Wedded linnian a grand and Singular appearand e , and many of your readers probably - are aware, that the 1 aim was as completely . ihe. national tree of . Inilata, a- ihe l> ak is ol' Eoglaod, for . its impression remained on - toire of the iincienl Jewish Coins, Itiug after H ceased to be in thai instance the Emblem of Victory. - If, Willi these afln. ions, ibe fuililw- Jog comparison of the Jew's Society with the Wedded Banian. be not loo fanciful for your insertion , it may possess some ioieres. lor your mimerniw readers, as rouneoted wilh a cause tbty have lately beard no eloquently pleaded. I am, 4c. Ac. May 1 8 , 1 8 1 ® . MONICA. See. T ® uod Hie towering Palm Ihe Banian spread, Its branching roots entw ined . iu, grateful shade : Arch within arch, still strengthening as Ihey farm, A shade from hear, a refuge from the slorm. Oh ! once Ibe Emblem of Judaea's throne, Tby boast is nut forgotten or unknown! England's evangelising Isle, in Ihee Shall find the noblest wreath of Victory : Her Tree of Liie, whose varied leaves are . given, For healing every nation under Heaven. Clasps wilh auslainiug power, fallen Judah's stein. Enclosing, as a royal diadem. Oh I cherish her, with Christian zeal, and raise The bulwarks of Jerusalem in praise : Ob 1 weary tiof,— let Faith lb' horizon clear,— And soon shall England, fro n JndK'a hear, Hosanoahs lo the Sou of David rise, While British Hallelujahs echo thro' Ihe skies ! f m p r a a l p a r l i a m e n t. H O U S E OP C O M M O N S , TUESDAY, MAY 11. 1 Mr. Vansiltart ease for leave io bring in a Bill to render available lo Ibe Treasury, the salary . given . pp by the Marquis ol Camden as one of the Tellers ol Ihe Exchequer, i. e eulogized the Marquis of (; atudf* i and Buckingham, who subscribed lor Ihe support of Ibe war above what was required from ihem by Mr. Burke's Hill. In Ibe course ol tbe war l ord Camden gave op 45.00il2. After tbe peace Lord C. offered still lo devote lo the service of Ihe Slate ( and he now applied for a law to. sanction il) the sum of 9000/. a > ear.— He hoped the House would receive wilh honourable distinction ibis sacrifice of individual interest lo the public good.— lieur, hear I. ord Castlaea. h seconded Ihe motion for leave lo bring io the Biil. He siai d Ibe voluntary " contributions of the Noble Marquis during tbe war, which, altogether, be said, amounted to Gl. 7007. He biped tbe couutry would duly appreciate Ibis splendid sacrifice of private right, by giving up 0000/. a- year l o i b e public service.— liear, hear ! Mr. Tierney was extremely happy Ibal this motion has given rise to discussion, because the country seemed to lake tbis splendid sacrifice fo Ike jiublic goon as a pure uialter of course. The Marquis Camden had given up bis privatej> iojierly fur llie good of his country ; , and he xfgeetled thai the House did nol mark iis sense of gratitude ou so spleuded ail instance uf public feeiiiig. He bt>| « d some one would ipave lhat tbis, great acl should beeotered on Ibe Journals. The Earl of CarhumptDn couleudtd that these grants of the Slale were redeemable. Mr. Tierney said, Ibey were private property as long as the holders of Ibein conducted themselves properly in their offices. Mr. Banks said, lhal as Ipiig as liie holders of the patent offices did nol ahuse Ibeir trusts. Iheir emoluments were fee simples for life He was glad ibis iusiau e of sipleudid munificence had been brought before the House; and he hoped that Ihe deed would be commemorated in Ibe preamble lo the Act as anexample toothers; and also that tbe same should be noticed in tbe Journals. Mr. Wilberforce was desirkius of - expressing his, high sense of the sacrifice the Noble Lord had made. In Ibis Acl i( iere was something indicative of a great jnd generous mind, ill should be recollected, that Lord Camden had none of Ihose overwhelming fortunes, from which such a sacrifice rtiigiil naturally be expected. But be would leave bis son more si lendidly endowed by the memory of the transaction, , lt) an by any foriuue whalever. Mr Long sauf ihe Noble Marquis made this sacrifice most cheerfully , and of bis own tree w i l l ; aud nut with reference to any lauuls which may have been thrown out aga. Ust him Leave was then given lo i i- icg in . the B. ll. Mr. Stuart Hartley presented several Petitions from Ihe Shopkeepers of Leeiis and other parts of Yorkshire, praying for some alteration in Hie W indow aud liuuse Duly, and ottnr Assessed Taxes; and complaining particularly ol . tlie practice which prevailed of Assessing Shopkeepers wbo occasionally employed Iheir children iu serving in their shops, as for shopmen. 1 he Chancellor of the Exchequer declared his opinion, that , a s ihe daw now stood, chat practice was . illegal. The ltighl Hon Gentleman ateo ip. reply lo a. question from Sir M. W,. Ridley, slated, tliat lie trusted be should ill ( Ihe cuurseof uext w ek, lie prepared to bring forwaid a proposiliou ou the subject ol the Assessed Taxes generally. Sir Francis Burdelt presented a Pet. tion from a man named Crooke, who had been a seaman, aud who complained of severe punlsbmeut, Inflicted upon him IT yeais ago, while on board Ihe Mutiiie, under llie command of Sir W, Husle, and of not receiving certain arrears of wages and prize mouey, which he i. Hedged lo be due to hiui. Sir Isaac Collin aud Sir George Cockburli, in reply, shewed the sort of man the Hon. Barouet so emphatically advocated. The llou. Baronet, boweter, called lor a division, upou Ihe question of receiving the Petition, when he reckoned two ayes, against 400 noes. A NARRATIVE OF The EXP ED m a y . to ALGIERS I N THE YEAR fh 1 8, Under the command of Ihe Rlglil Hon. Admiral Lord Viscount Exmuutb ; by Mr. A. Salami;. a native of Alexandria, in Egypt, interpreter iu , hi* Britannic Majesiy'a sen ice for Hie Oriental languages, wbo accompanied his Lordship fur Ibe subsequent negotiations with the Dey. Our readers will recollect lhat Lord Exuioulh sent in f boat with a letter to Ihe Dey, in which ue, depended, 1st. Tbe abolition of Christian slavery. 2d. The deliver) of all Christian slavesJn the kingdom o Algiers. Besides, the restoraliou ,6f ail Hie money wbich bad been paid for the redemption of slaves by Hie Kings of, Naples, aud Sardiniaainee Hie commeiicemetil of ibe year. Salame was in the boal w eicb carried ibe Ittler. aiiil waited in it lor two hours immediately below the tiai( eries,. in expectation of Ibe Ley's ausw. er. Ibe signal being given at ihe expiration of that lime, thai uo answer liad heen returned, Lord Kxmouih immediately hrooghl bis whole fleel. close under the walls, his own ship, ibe Queeu Charlotte, . casting anchor within a hundred yards of Ihe great batteries op the mule.— We lake Salame'sown words : - " Mr. Burgess, ( he flag- lieutenant, having agreed wilb roe, we hoisted Ibe signal, ' that no answer had been yicen apd iiegan lo row away towards- the Queen ' Charlotte. At this time I was very auxious lo gel out of daqger ; for, kuowjng Ibeir perfidious ch . racier, aod observing that Lord Kxmoutb, u his seeing our signal, Immediately gave order to Ihe Heel lo bear up, and every ship Ip lake her position for Ihe attack, I had great fear that ihey | ihe Algerines) would lire uo us;— iu short, till i reached tbe Queen Cbarlutie, I was almost more dead than alive. Alter 1 had given my reports lothe Admiral, or our meellng wilb Ibe Captain of the port, and our wailing there, drc. I was quite surprised id seebow his Lordship was altered from what 1 left him iu Ihe morning; for 1 huew lhal his manoer was in general very mild, and uow be • seemed to me all- figlnful, as a fierce lion, which had been chained in its cage, aud was set at liberty. Wilh all lhat, his Lordship's auswer lo me was, • Neoer mind, we shall see now;' and at the same lime, be turned Inwards the officers saying,' Be ready;' whereupon 1 saw every one standing w ilit I he match, or Hie string of the lock iu bis baud, most anxiously availing for liie word • Fire!' " I reuiiitied on tbe poop wtlb bis l ordship, till the Queen Charlolle passed through all the enemy's bailerjes, wiiboul firing a gun There were man j thousand Turks and Muors looking on astonished, to see so large a ship coming ail al ouce inside lb* . mole, without caring for any ibing. When we opened over fhe mole head, 1 saw, as I thought, a boat coming out. wbich I sup. used was lhat uf the Captain of Ibe port, and told bis Lordship ol it ; but on looking with a glass, we ftuud Ihe mistake. " During this time, Ihe Queen Charlotte in a o i o . f gallant and astonishing manner, touk up a position opposite the bead o f t h e . uie, and we let go the anchor at lliree quarters past f- wo o'clock, within 80 yards from the mole head batteries: but afterwards, having found that we had not more lhau two feet water under the bottom of the Queeu t harjul| e. hi » Lordship let go Ihe cable for tiO yards more; and so w ere w it bin aboul 100 yards of Ihe mouths of Ibeir gum; when Lord Ex moulb took a position in such a masterly style, tha! uot more than four or five guns could bear ou us from ihe mote ; though we were exposed lo the tire of all tbeir oilier balierles, aod musHetry, we gave ihem three cheers; and Ihe batteries, as well as Ibe walls, being entered wifh troops, Ihey jumped On ( he tup ol Ihe parapet! to luoi at us, for our broadside was i Mgbtr than tb.- ir batteries.; and they were quite surprised lo f if all lo pieces. We were ftlt surprised al the narrow escape ee a three -. decker, v. i. lh tbe- rest of, Ibe iieei, so close . on ( IK- m. I bf- bis Lordship. From what 1 observed of Ihe Captain of the Port . « manner, | " Al'oue o'clock ill Ihe morning, we anchored, with all Ihe and of their confusion inside of Ihe mole, ( though iliey we're i fleet In Hi? middle'of Hie bay ; immediately after, Admiral Van making great pr paiatinns) f a in quite sure, that eviu rliem Cappeilatt came ou board; aod afier having paid Ins congra- <• elv. es were not aware of w hat iliiy were about, or what we ! lulations lu bis Loruship, he said,' My Lord, I am quite hapiniant lo do; because, arcording lo ilieir judgmt ut, they Ihough! we should be terrified by tbeir, foriificatiops, aud not advance so ra(. idly and cio.- ely iti the attack. In proof of this, I must obserte, that at tins poiui - heir, gutis weie not even loaded ; aud ' bey began to loid thrill after, the Queen t liar- I of' e and a lotos l ail Uie . fleet had parsed their baiieri. s. At a tew . piiiiiites neioite three, ihe AIgeriOt.-., tn. ua Hie Eastern battery, . fired lire first uhi. t al l. iie im. tireguahle, . wdiich, with Ibe Superb and the Albion, was a stem Of the . ollier- thips.- lo pr « ie'nt ihetq from c, ouiiug io ; then Lord Fxuioutii, having seen finly the itnok* uf tiie. gnu laflore lite .- tHiiu reached him. said, wiih great alacrity, • That icUl . dtr; fire my fine fellows and ; 1 am sure, thai . before his Lor. dsh. p had tiu. islted these words, our broadside was gn. eu with great cheering, which was fired three times willim five or . si* miuples.; and at the sameiusfapt t lie ol her ships did tbe same- This lii> t til* wasso lerKiblejthai Ihey say more than 500- prisons were Wiled and wounded by il. And I believe ibis because there, was a greal crowd bf people iu every . pari, many of whom, alter the firs! discharge, I saw rouoiug away, n. oder the walls, like dugs, walking. upon iiie. ir feel and bauds. " Alter Ihe anat k look pla< » on liolb . sides in this horrible manner, immediately the sky was darkened by llie sniutie, lUe sun xompletely eclipsed, and the horizon became drearyr.— Being exjiaiisied by l| ie: heal ol tii. it poi » t) r( til spat to which I was exposed Ibe whole day, ^ ij. d my « anl being deafened hy Ibe roar of the gqns, and fitutliig uiyseli iu ( he dreadful danger of such a terrible engagement, iu which 1 had never been before, J was quite al a loss, and like au astonished or stupid mau, did nol know . mysell where I was.- Al last, bis LQcdebip, having perceived my situation, said, ' You hucedone your duty, now go below.' I pun which I began lo descend from the quarter deck, quite conlounded aud terrified, and not sure Ibal 1 should reach Hie cockpit alive ; for il was most tremendous tu hear the crasqlpg ol the shot, to see the wounded men brought from one pari, aud the killed from Ihe oilier; aod especially al such a time tube found among the English seamen! and lo witness Iheir manners, iheir activity, their courage, and their cheerfulness during the battle!— it is rtalfy most overpowering and beyond imagination. Ou this suhje. cl I wish to give only one r e m a r k V \ hile I was going below, I was stopped near the hatchway by a crowd, of seamen who were carrying two wounded . men to the cockpil ; and I bad leisure to observe the management ol those heavy guiis uf the lower deck ; 1 saw ibe companies of Ihe two guns nearest the hatchway, Uiey wanted some tend- ' ding, and . began to call f wadding, wadding !' but uot having it immediately, two of Ihem swearing, look oul iheir knives and cut off the breasts of their jackets where ihr bullous are. and rammed tfieni into file guns . instead ot wadding. I was really asiunisjicd lo see sqch extraordinary maguauunity. " At last I . reached the cockpit; when Mr. Dewar, Hie surgeon. Mr. t'rowd, ihe chaplain, aud . Mr. Somerville. lhe purser, wilh some ulher friends, met me, aud began lo congratulate me on ijiy . safe relurn, fur ( bey never expected that l . should escape ; and they gave uie something to eat aud lo drink, but I could eal nothing, 1 ouly . drank a little w ine and water.— Now I wished lo assure myself il I was oul ot danger or not, I a< ked Ibem . huw much we were shove water ? They told me lhat we weie pretty safe, tjjeause the cockpit was about two or three feel below ihe water- mark, aud that I . had nothing to fear, as I was now oul uf the greatest danger. " Upon Ibis I was ralher . relieved,— but having heard lhat several shuts bad pissed through tbe Queen Charlotte between wind and water, aud that 111? carpenter had beeu to stop Ibe leaks, I then lo- l lbe idea ol, being quite safe, aud 1 walked in Hie cockpil always fearful. Afterwards, observing that tbe action was going on w ithout au appearance of < ioon ceasing, I began lo encourage mjself by tbiukiug, that every living Being is uncertain of his existence, aud that, throughout pur life, , we are conlinually exposed to llie mercy of circumstances. And ( bus, I compiem- ed assisting those poor wounded people alter . they were dressed 1 for, bumanity and natural sensihilily. at such a dreadful lime, call upon every body lo have. piij, and lo help the unfortunate. Some pf them could nol walk ; some coind uol see ; and some were lo be carried from pue place lo anuiher. Jl was indeed a most pitiable sight ;— but I lltliia Ihe uiosl shocking sight iu the world is lhal of faking off arma and legs; ill preference lo beholding which, if I vias a military map, 1 should certainly prefer lo be on deck H| an beipg wilhdbe doclor ill tlie. cockpii. " From curiosity. I wished lo observe tbe doctor'a operation*. But while I was attending to the first one, wbich was that of taking iiU'au arm, I could nol bear it, ami felt myself fainting away, especially wbert Ihe doctor began to saw ihe bone ! ,1 then w e u l o u t p l sight. At this lime, 1 saw Lienf. John Frederick Jobusfone come down lo the cockpit, wounded iu his check. After he had been dressed, aud remained. for. a ^ burt litpe, taugbiitg at me, be asked tuB todietp hitUito put on bis coat, and . weut- to the hatchway, w isbiiig lo go on deck again; 1 then held hiui from behiud by ibe shoulders to make liiojslop, and said, 1 Where are you going ? yqu are wupuded.' Id reply be. said, ' I am very well now, I piust go.' And so be went directly. " Alter I w o hours lime, I saw bitu, poor fellow, brought down lo Ihe cockpit again, by. four seaaien, w iih his left arm nearly oif quite ( tupi llie. shoulder, *> it uaiy hung uy a little bit of ilesll. Wheo I mel hiip iu that horrible stale, fcc could not bear lo be carried ou, but w ished lo be laid down where he was ; and began to cp. il, * the doctor, ibe doctor?' when we all look care ol . bim, and ihe doctor immediately capie, and look off his arm quite fruqi the joitjl of Ins shoulder. I saw that all Ihe side of bis breast was horribly lorn. Afier lie was dressed, we laid him on a sofa, wilb greal care, and were all very sorry, because we never expected lhat be wuuld live. " Aboul this time, I was sorry to.'- ee my friend Mr. Grimes ( his Lordship's secretary) conducted below ; he had receiveu several wuuiids from splinters, and was obliged . lu quil the deck from Ipss of Wood. " Having seen lhat Ihe battle was going on favourably, and lhal tbe Algerians afjer lighting extremely well for abbot live hours, began lo slacken Iheir firing, and that pur seamen, every linie lhal au Algtrine frigale Uipk lice, or any of the naileries were destroyed, gave a loud cheer, 1 began lo have mure courage, and jump up now and Iheu tu Ihe lower deck tusee what was going on ; and so, for Ihe real of the action, I employed myself jo passing Ibe eu< piy puwd'Jr boxes to Ihe magazine ; because I luuud it more agreeable than attending tbe doclur. " 1 observed with great as- onishment that, during ail Ibe timeail' the bailie, nol one seamau appealed ured. nol one lamented lbs dreadful couliiinalioii of tbe light ; but, ou Ibe cuntrary, Ihe longer it lasted, the more cheerliiiues* and pleasure were amongst theui; uotw iihstanding, during Hie greater part uf t) ie battle, Ibe firing was uiosi ireuieudous oo mir side, part icularly from ( bis ship ; tbe Queen Charlotte,) Hie fire. ol which was | ie'it up wilh equal tnry. and uevirceased, though his Lordship in several instances wished 10 cease firing, for a short time, to make bis observaliuus, and it was with great difficnlly Ihat he could make the teamen slop fur a few miouies. " Several of the gnns were so hoi, lhat they coiild not use Iheui again ; some of tliem. being healed IO sucli a degree, thai wben they fired ihem, they recoiled with iheir carriages, aud fixed llie wheels by making holes in ibe planks of Ibe deck ; aud some of them were ibrowu out of their carriages, aud so rendered quite Useless. " At eleven o'clock p. m. his Lordship having observed the destruction ot ihe whole Algertue navy, aud the strongest parts of their balleries, with Ibe city, made sigual l o t h e fleet to move out of Ibe line of Jbe batteries ; and thus, wilh a favourable breeze, we cut our cables, as well as the whole of the squadrou, and . made sail, when our firing censed al about half past eleven. . " When f he acl ion was over, Mr. Stair, ( tjie gunner) came out fruui the magazine, and said, thai lie was about seventy years old, and lhat in hislilehebad bsen in moretban twenty aciions, but lhat he never knew or heard of any action that had cuueuined sr. great a quantily of powder as Ibis. " Afier the ships had hauled out, withuut any danger, ( although the Algeriges began tu throw some shells. from ibe higher caslles) I went ou ( he poop to, see his i. erdsliip. and to observe Ihe effect of our shot on the enemy's batteries', aud to behold Ibe destruction of Ibeir navy, winch, at mistime, wilb the storehouses wllbin lliejnole, \ vas burning very rapidly. " The blaze illuminated ail Ibe bay and tl^ e town, with ihe environs, almost as clear as lu the day lime; Ihe view of which was really most awful aud beautiful ; uine frigates, and a greal number of gnu- boats, with other vessels, being all in flames, and carried by the wind fo different directions in the bay. " I observed, with great surprise, how, in these nine botirs' lime, our . shot bad effected so horrible a destruction of their batteries ; instead of waits, 1 saw nolhiag but heaps of robbisb, aud a number of people dragging the dead bodies ouf. " When I met bis Lordship on ( he poop, his voice was quite hoarse, aud be had t wo slight wounds, oneTo the che' k, and Ibe other in bis l e g . - Before I paid him my respects, be said lu me, wiih his usual gracious aud miid manner,' Well, my line fellow Salauie, what think you nuw V Iu reply I shook hands wilh bis lordship, aud said, ' JVIy Lord, I am extremely happy lo see yo'ir Lordship safe, and I am so much rejoiced yvilh I bis glorious victory, that I am uol able to express, in any terms, Ibe degree of iny happiness.' " ll was indeed astonishing losee the coat of Ills Lordship, how it was all cut up by mueket balls, and by g r a p e ; il was bthlud, as if a person had taken a pair o f u c i s j a r s and cot py if I die now, after having got full satisfaction Iroio these pirates ; and we owe a gtital deal to your Lordship lor your gallant poiiijbii with Ibe Queen Charlotte, which was the safely and Ibe protecttou oi more Ihau five hundred persons of our squadron.' " Alter we had anchored, bis Lordship, having ordered bis steward ju ihe morning to keep several dishes reajfy, gave a grand aufsper to ihe officer* of the ship, aud drank tu ibe health of every brave man in the fleet " vv* alsfi. drank to his Lordship's health, aud ( hen every . body weul to sleep, aimust like dead men. " During this time, I was indeed quite surprised to see the horrible- Hate of Ibe batteries aud Ihe mole, since Ihe precedisg day. - I'could nol now distinguish bow ii was erected, uor w here the batteries had stood, as well as many Hue houses winch I had seen in Ihe city Ihe day previous. And I observed loo, thai Ihey had not mure than four or five gnns mounted on Iheir carriages, and that of all the rest, some » ece dismounted, and some buried in Ihe rnbhish. " Besides this, all ibe bay was lull- of the bulks of Iheir uavy, smoking in every direction, and Ihe water oul and inside Ihe mole was all black, covered w ilh charcoal and half- bhrnt pieces of wood. Bui the most shocking and dreadful sight was, the uumberof Ibe ilea l bo > ies which were Coaling on the water. Among these bodies we saw a while. one, which afterward*, on liudipg it was one of our seamen, we took wilb us on board." The British Consul, it will be recollected, was throwu into chains at the first alarm of the Seel, aud bi£ wile and child with iltffictiify escaped in naval uniforms,. ; Hls house had qeeu plundered, and lor all this, redress was now demanded* Captain Brisbane.— Lord Esmoulb desires, that your highness will punish all ihuse people who insulted our Consul, for be ( Lord Exmqulb) persuades himself thai il , was done w ilhuui yunrprders. Aud be also desires, that reparation way lie made to the Consul,- for Ibe losses be has sustained, lo Ibe amount of HIOOO dollars. Should this sum be too much, he ( the Consul) will renira Ihe overplus, [ at present Ihe damages done are uncertain, the Consul nol having had time to examine hi » properly ; j and should it he insufficient, your Highness « ba( l make up Ihe deficiency. " The Dey.— The persons who insulted Ihe Consul are impertinent and ipw people, onknowp to ine, and did It without my order. Apd, with respect to the things that tbe Consul says. be has lost, I have already inquired, and beeu told that he had lost nothing. " The Consul.— I can show Ihe Dey all Ihe people who | nsulted and robbed uie, for I know Ihem iudividually. " The Dey.- iSupppse I take thepi. and Cut their heads off, will it do lite Consul any gopd ? " Captain Brisbane.— We do nol wish to have any body's head cut off; we wish that you should punish them by basfi uados, and pm them in irons, as our Cbuspl was. The Consul will show you what things have been stolen and damaged by your people, because we do not desire lo make you pay without a cause. Aud in U s e you do nut wish lo punish ibose people who jnsulled ihe. Couspl,— a* you jsaj? . ihey are uukhown to you, your Highuess may, ipstead, make a public apology ( o Mr. Al Douell, for, tbe indignities offered lo him, and the detention of our two boats are iusulls shewn to ihe English nation ; therefore, we cannot pass over this point. " The Dey —( in cod fusion.) - 1 know il was wrong on our pari; but, if you were iu my place, what would you do?— and besides, I never expected tbe English Government would reduee me to this state. " Salauic.— l think. it was uot our fault. " The Dey .— How ? ou ihe day before yesterday, after y oo brought me the Admiral's letters, and while my auswer was almust ready, ihe fleet caipe all at once, and took it* position inside tbe mole: if t. ord Exmoulh had lo make any deluauds of me, he ought to have anchored where be is now ; and not to come with Ihe three deckers, withiu pistol- shot, under our batteries. Salame.— Lord Exmoulh only did his doty ; the proper situation fur the fleet was where his Lordship placed it, that he might enforce the demands made in his . sovereign's uame. And ii yopr Highness had yoiur letters ready, as you say, Hut not by the specified time, you might have sent a message lo ask one or two'hours more, wbich his Lordship perhaps would have granted to ) o u ; but instead, you answered by firiug. " The Dey.— I was obliged by ( he people to fire, because, when lliey saw your fleet taking Ils positiop, Ibey begau lo rebel against me; yet, I know- it wai our fault, aud now, all is done by God's decree, let us forget Ihe past, aud I hope to be better friends than ever witb England. " Salame.— What does your Higkness mean to do about 3, C00 dollars, and the apology to the Consul ? The Dey—( with anger)— I shall give bim 3,000 dollars, and do not wish to receive any part e!' ibe sum back ; aud i slntll tn- tlie mt apblo^ y. " Captain Brisbane.— Are jdu sorry for Ihe violent measures you adopted, in the Ileal uf the moment, tow ards the British Consul, and do yon beg pardon lor the same? -" The Dey—( very cross)— Yes, I do. " Salame— But it is necessary thai your Highness should address these words to the Consul; or, as you do uol kuow Hie language, if you please to authorize uie, or auy of your people, lo repeal ihem to him. " Tbe Dey—( uive cross)— Very well, you may say what you please to tbe Consul. " Salame —( wilh pretended mildness)— 1 beg your pardon, without your Highness' dictation, 1 cau say nothing ou my, part. " « o reply from the Dey for a few minutes; hut be had his hand playing with his beard, and was so'agitated and astonished, tint he looked a* if be would rather have died than submit to such disgrace. He really showed bis natural wickedness, and was looking at me with such angry eyes, that if il bad beeu in his power, be certainly would have cut me in pieces. The . Captain of ipe Port, observing his niauuer, and having seen Lord Exmootb'* resolution, came beuind him, and wilb a low voice, uol Ip let me hear, said, * My Lord, il cannot be helped, you must submit, thai yellow haired man must now triumph.' " Upon ( liis. Hie Dey turned tp me and said, Wbal do you wish lo say lo Hie Consul? Only the same words; I said.— He then wi/ h much vexalion. afier i had explained them lo him again, dicraied lo me word by word; aud su I repeated his dictation, ia English and in " French to Mr. M'Donuell, w ho afterwards addressed Ihe Ley, and said, ' I accept, w ilh pleasure, your apolbgy. as a s. gu of sincerity; I snail forget every thing that has passed, and I hope lo be happy ia your frieudsbip.' " Friday the 50lb.— AMwo o'cktck I wept op shore lo receive the slaves iu the l o * n ; on my Wfy,, 1 . tne! Ibe Consul's mau wild a lelier for- his Lordship, announcing lliat. all ihe slaves were arrived from liie interiqr, amounting- to upwards of 1000. Orders were Itaeti given tudhe fleet lo send a sufficient number of boais lo briug Ibeia oil. and likewise two transports were ordered to go near the ( own 10 receive. them. When 1 w i v e d on shore, it was ibe'moet pitiful sight, to see all those poor creatures, in vvliai a horrible slate ttiey were ; bill il is impussible lo describe the joy and cheerfulness of them. Wben our boats came inside ofthe mole, I wished lo receive tlieiu ( the slaves) from ibe Capiain ol tue Port, by nuuioer, bui cuuld uot, because Hiey directly began lo pusti and throw themselves intu Hie boats, by cruwds, 10 or 40 persons together,. so lhal it was impossioie IO count tnem ; then 1 tolf bun lhal we should make au exaci list ot ibem. nt order to know IO whal number they amounted, ii was, iptieed, a most gli- iious, and an ever memorably* merciful act, for England, over ali Europe, lo see ibt- r poo. Slants, when our boal* were shoving, wilh ihem, o. f < 8e shore, nil a! once take oil their hais. aa. i exclaim in Italian' ' :- ong hoe the liing o/ England, the eternaljather ! and the English Admiral, who de livered us from litis second Hell." and afterwards, ihey began lo prove what Ihey bao suffered, by beat ing Ibeir breasts, aud loudly swearing at Hie Algermes. " I spoke. With some of these unfortunate people, who bad been do years tu slavery. " The cruel treatment ol these poor slaves, being, in an excessive degree, barbarous, m, feelings do nol permit me to describe ii in detail; but i ouly wish lo present a little idea of it by mentioning the following points.— W ben tbe Algerines, or any of the Barbary pirates, take an European vessel, I Ley seize the. goods and every oilier thing, ( bin sometimes Ihey do . uol ( ouch llie money that the prisoners possess In Iheir pockets,) and ihey put them immediately in chains; there are Ibrre classes of chains, viz— Of 100, ol* tiO, and of 30 pounds weight; ibe 100 pounders are fur strong men ; the U0 for old men ; and the 30 pounders for young persons; these heavy chaius are placed round the bpdy as a sash, with a lung piece of chain huug ou the right leg, and joined by a heavy ring to be placed ou tbe foot.— Ail these chains are sbnt by a lock, and never can he taken off. Thus these poor slaves must walk any distau. ee whatever, and work, and sleep, and live always with these. chains ; Ihe marks of which, I have seen round Iheir bodies, and Iheir legs, in vpry deeji furrows eaten intu ihe flesh, w Inch becuaies black, and as hard as booe; Hie sight of which is really a most hearl- breakiug- thiug. After these poor creatures are pul in chains, tbey make Ihem worn at ibe hardest wurks; as culling stpne from the mountains; felling frees; carrying sand and stones for buildings; moving guns' from one place, lo another, and such kinds of laborious works. ( N. B.) They have no machines fo facilitate the workmen, all must be done by Ihe strength of these poor people. Every ten slaves are hound together, and guided by a guard wiih a wbip in his hand ; and If any one of ihem has occasion to perform any uaturaj evacualion, they atusi all go logeiber, whether by night or ffaj. They'sicep altogether 011 Ihe ground, in a large slable, w ilb a mat under ihem ; if any of them have money, then tbey cau make themselves rather more comfortable. We shall conclude nurlextraets with a passage hy another person who has travelled a great deal, although not quite so much as Mr. Salauie. " Sincerely, indeed, and witbonl any flattery, I cannot refrain from expressing oiy high admiration of Ihe English customs and manners, over all other nations thai are knowo to me ; nol only with - regard to the ladies, hul of Hie national characler altogether : wb* t - I remarked naturally characteristic in Ibem is, thai if an Mag! wit man wishes to fie your friend, he immediately shows you his hearty friendship ; and, if he does not, be will sincerely explain, lhal be dues not like you, without any further compliment*. But the other Rations that 1 know of, always usea kind of dissimulation, wbich prevents you from kilbwing a sincere friend, unless you become acquainted w ilh him for a long time. Auif, it is the same wilh regard to Ihe character of ihe English ladies— lhal is, they always'ketp ( hair endowment without any affectation.— The simplicity of their dress, Ibe genuineness of their manners, aud tbe purily of their conversation*, are, in my Opinion. f a r superior and more agreeable Iban Ihose ol any oitie'r nation.— 1 observed very few indeed, of the Engl i sh ladies, who wished lo make use ol affectation, and of thein 1 immediately took notice, because Ihey were the only ones in tbe company wbo wished To exaggerate Ibeir manners. Bill, In all other parts of Ihe world where I have been, eveu In my native country. I always observed, tbat all the ladles iu general ti. se agreat deal'of affectation, ill tbeir tnatiners, in their dressing, i n Ibeir walking., iu iheir speaking, aud in abort, in all tbeir movemeul* ; which, I ih. uk. is a very disagreeable ibin'g ; for, even if the lady , is naturally handsome, she w i l l , liy using bese unpleasani artifices, spoil her beauty, a| id her . tUirr. it w. ili then become very jjuestiunable." & UELS AT GIBRALTAR. Several duel* have taken place between tbe officer* of Ibe 0- ith r e g i n l i i l , and. I he officers pf the United Stales squadron, wbich had touched Rl iGitiralUr. The following are copied from Ihe Dublin Journal: On Monday evening, lite H2d of March, Mr. Taylor, Ihe Captaiu of au American merchant . vessel, was returuiug lo his lodgings Iropi Ihe theatre, at about Ipilf- past eleven o'clock, andiwlieii within lour doors ol bis house, be was slopped by a sentry for not having a light; ( it is tbe urder of the Governor lhat no person shall waia without carrying a li/ l. t pfler leo o'clock ) Captain Taylor being detained about hail an hour, became impatient, and ran towards the door of his lodgings, which was only ten yards. distant. The door was fa* l, and t| ie seplry seized him; he was brought lu the main guard, when Caplain loliiison, of Ihe Hi! hi after heartug Ihe seulry's siory,' ivnicb was somewhat embellished at the expense of the American, ordered Captaiu Tai lor lo be couiintlfed to Ihe crib. After remaining some lime. Ibe American asked fur pen, Ink, and paper, which were refused. Several respectable merchants ipterleied, and Cap.. Taylor being at last released, demanded Capt. Johnsun's address, which he decline.! giving, ou the ground, lhat he did n o ' consider the American o f sufficient rank to entitle, Inm to a meeting. Capt. Taylor waited two days, endeavooring to obtain a meeting, when, heiug tinder a bond lor 5JOO Uliars io sail by a specific day, be was obliged lo leave Gibraltar. A few dajs afterwards a frdgate, a siocrp, anil a orig of war, belonging to Ihe United Slates, came down fh-- fItitilerraueaii. Wbeu ihe officers of Ibis squadron had heaid ot the manner in which Capt. Tay lor bad beeu treated they drew lots which of tbefn should light Capl. J. of Ihe 041 il and it fell lo ibe lot of Mr. Bourne, whu had a meeting, and was wonii- jed, but not dangerously, ill the groiu. The njatter, as far as Capl. Taylor was concerned, would have re- ted here . but a new cause of offence occurred, which led lo other duels. Mr. Humphry*, first louienaut of the American Irigate, w as going off troiu the Ragged Staff. about . ten o'clock on tbe ilighl of the 30l( j March ie required the serjeaut of the guard lo lower tbe bridge, wbo said be would ask Ibe officer's permission, ( Ensign Nut! i Mr. Humphry*, iu the mean time, remained at Ibe uutside of the dour, aud overheard Mr. Null say, " send Hie Yankee in, and let us have a look at him." Of tbis Mr. Humphry* look no notice, as U was not addressed to him- Wheu he entered ibe guard- room, he loood Air. Nptt lying stretched on Ihe cuucb, and be said to Ibe American officer, ". so you want iu go down." Mr Humpbry* replied, " wbeu a gentleman speaks to' me, I wish hiui lo address me ou his legs;" when Mr. Null immediately jumped up. and said, " by G— d. Sir, you are drunk," which, of course, offended Mr. Huniphrys, and lie asked him fur hi* name, w hich air. Nplt refused to give. Mr. Humphry* then said, " that cau be easily found.; but as I am pbhged lo sail lo morrow morpiug far America, you shall hear froiu a frieud of mine." The Irigate . United Slates accordingly sailed the following mowing, M'- M n e n m n t y , the surgeon of tfea Bri » sloop of war, wilh Uie, H< rM> euani pf that vessel, weal lo Mr. Nun's quartecado demaud AU explanation, which be would not give, lie was then challenged by ihe snrgeou, bui be refused lu accept. The Americans then went lo tue mess- room - of Hie 04ib to post Ensign Null. Tliey were receive: by a number of Ihe officers, who laughed at tbeui; which so irritated ihe Americans, thai they offered lo light any officer of Ihe 04tb regiuieul, A dead sileuce ensued, and the American*, receiving uo reply, called ihe whole regiment a parceiof coward*; ou AVtnch Capl. Frilh stepped forward for the honour of tbe r. egimeut. and said, he wuuld meet either of Ihe Americans to- morrow piorniug, on Ihe ueulral grouud al five o'clock, wbich accordingly took place, and Capt. Frith received Dr. Moniguuiery's ball in tbe bip. The Governor ol. the For! now ordered\ hal no officer - bould go outside Ihe barrier gale, and Capt. Ballard, of the Erie, ordered that no officer should leave Ihe ship. But Air Stock- Ion, first lieut,, wbo was Mr. Bourne's secoud, mallengedtlapl. Johuitou, of Ihe 04th, for using some opprobrious language ( afler the- duel) to Air. Bourne. They met on the rock al St. Michael's Cave, aud afler exchanging one shot without effect, tbey were interrupted by a party of soldiers sent lo seize tbem. Tbe Erie sailed over to AJgeziras, where she remained for some days, aud thus ended these unpleasant disputes, — - t t v i m w Y w — ^ / ATUOCIOLS . MURDER. A shocking murder was commiittd en the body of a female qn. Friday morning last, iu Hie parish of Wendy, a little alter lent- clock, wuicb was discovered iu a most siugular manner. Aboul a year ago, a mau named Thomas Weems, was married to Ibe deceased at Ibe parish church ol Goddisgton, iu Bedfordshire ; but it being a match of compulsion hy tbe parish officers, she having previously sworn a child lo him, lie leit her immediately afler the completion of Ihe ceremony, and returned to ll ia place,- leaving Iter to go home lo her ti lends, which she did. and It afterwards turned out lhat she was not ill a state uf pregnancy. On Monday the 3d of May instant, he lelt Edmonton, where he had got a situation, for the. purpose of goiug to Goduiancbester, where bis wife resided, whom he bad uever lived with, to prevail on her to go and live wilb him at Edmonton. On his road from Caxion towards Godmauchesler, he fell in wilh a return chaise and got into it lo ride to Godmanchesier, and there was a man in the chaise knovtu lo Weems. In Ihe course of conversation, Vv'eeuis slated to the man, tbat he was going to Goomanchesterto get his wife l o g o and live With him at Edmonton ; oul thai there wa* a girl at Edmonton he was aiquaiu. ed with, a very nice girl, whom he liked much OCtter Iban it is wife, and should much like lo marry ber. Ou Ihe man sating Ibal was impossible, he being a marrie- i man ; Weems reel ed, that 4„ >. lieu he ^ ol . Uite wii'e to Edmoni.. n. be should soon able to get rid of her.' Weems remained with hi- wi - at Godinanchesler till Friday, when Ibey butu leit thai place early in the morning l o walk to Edmonton They walned from GoQinancbester to the spot where ' tbe mnrder was commuted, being about 10 miles without restingv When they arrived a! tne fatal spot, tlley slopped ; the woman being lireil laid herself down ou ( he grass hy ihe road side, about a mile fruin Arnugtou. While Ibey were resting here, a woman named Susannah Biro, of Wendy, WHO was g ling to Royston, saw the deceased aiding on the ground on lhe right hand side, near Mr. Russell's fields, and Weems was on the oilier side opposite his wife. Directly afler she had passed, she saw both Weemsand his wile go lo Russell's field ; Ihey stood looking about, and appeared as i f l h ey were noticing her, and she kept lookiug back al tbem. When she got lo Lord ilardwick' 9 white gales, she lost sight of them all at once, and then kept oil her way lo Roysloti. As she wak returning from Roysion,- she met tbe same man near Roy- ston with a bundle, whom she had before observed. She asked bim what be had done with Ihe young woman be had wilh him io the morning ? He said, •' I left iier behind ; she is about spun tip. I cannot gel her any further, so I lelt her to get ou by ihe coach." Susannah Bird then cauie on, met Ihe coach aud looked for the young woman ; but could nol see her ootside or inside. She says somethiug struck ber that the man ( Weems) had done something wrong to ihe woman— ibat he had killed her; she went on, and saw a person hoeing in Mr. Wilkinson's field, lo" whom she told Hie circumstances, and said to him tbat " she would go lo Ihe next field ( being the place where she saw them in the morning), and see ; f she could discover what hetided tbe young woman." She passed through the gate, where she saw Weems and his wife go ia, and immediately discovered Ihe young wotna i lying in Ihe ditch, ber face nearly flu to ibe ground, her shawl over her face, and her bonnet on Ihe shawl : her body was covered all over wilh grass, which wa* strewed over ber by handsful; only a fool and one of ber finger* could be 3een ; there were marks on tbe grass by Ihe ditch, as if thore had been great struggling and roiling about, and there was f h e t i a . V ofa man's fool bora tha place where the grass was tumbled about lo the spot where the body laid. She called lo Ibe man in Mr. Wilkinson'* held ; he cam.- ; they removed Hie gr .- s. and tut examining Ibe body, ber garter was tound ruund her neck lied very ligin ; * he had Ibe fellow garier on litr lelt leg ; , « , « wa » quite dead and black in Ibe face. The lUv. Mr. Brown ol Contagion, a magistrate, was fortunately going past Hie spol Ibe moment the lit. : y was found, aud immediately gave directions ( from Susannah Bird's statemeol) fur tbe constable of Ihe parish, and au assistant, to lake a chaise and follow " tha supposed murderer, with full instructions how lo act. They apprehended Ihe uiaa between Puckridge and Higbcross. riding in a waggon. Information of ibe body being found was sent lo ibe Coroner for tbe county ; be arrived al eight o'clock m the evening, and he had scarcely liursbed swearing the jury, before a rhaiee arrived, io which was ihe above magistrate, Ihe constable*, atid Weems. Tbe . lory sal till between one and two o'clacs on Saturday morning, ami alter laking a body of evidence, tbey returned a verdict of " Wilful Murder against Tboota* W eem*, Ibe husband of ihe deceased," w 1,. i was committed upon I lie Coroner's warrant lo Ibe county gaol, to lake hi* trial at ihe next Assizes The pri « ouer, it is said, ba* made, a full confession, and described Ibe means by which lie perpetrated ihe horrid deed. B ANKRUPTS froni SATUnUAY's GAZETTE, 3% (. 5, gue, of West- streel, Wesl Smithfield; London, soap-. ttanufaclurer- G. Dawson, aud W. Lougden. ol' Silver- street, Wood- - street, London, colour- manufacturers— It. Kain, ol Ihe Curlain Road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, aud < Y. Heury Cash of New Union- si reel, U t i l e Moorfieids, London, merchants — G Yates, • of Tottenham Court Road, Middlesex, plumber— E*. Moss, of Chamber--( reel, Goodmao's- Fiefds, Middlesex' watch- maker — G. A. Cohen, of St. Swilhin's lane, London! merchant-- L. Abrahams, aud A. Ahralianis, of Camomilestreet, London, oil- merchants — T- l'take. oi Greal Co' « e « kall, Essex, corn- factor — R. Sawdott. of Canterbury, lineu'draper — H. Hornby, of Liverpool, b r e w e r - R . Brown, aud G. H. Harris, of Botolph- lane, London, wholesale ironmongers— W. George, . otherwise Huul, of Fronie Selwood, Somersetshire, clorbier— C. Scudamore, of Manchester, woolleii- cordiiianufaclnrer— P. G. Williams, of Prluces- nlrcel, Mary- lebone, Middlesex, painter— C. Hartley, of Whitehaven, Cumberland, joiner— T. Blake, of Cowes, in tbe Isle of Wi » bt brewer—- VV. Bin, of Bristol, broker R. Smitus,,,," of Wbolley, Lancashire, butler- factor- T. Taylor, of Guildford, Surrey, liquor- mercbaoi— J Hatiiishaw, aud J. Swallow of Heckmondwick, Yorkshire, carpel- mairufaclufer*. CORN- EXCHANGE, l.<>\ 0>\, Monday Mag n. Our chief article* or suppiy since this day se'uuigbt inicludiog tbe shew on to- day's market, have been Wheat rod* Essex, Suffolk and Kent, Flour from the Eastern coast and Oats from Boston and Ibe North, all Ion much realer amount ^ han we bad been led lo expec! in general ; 1 here are also some recent arrivals of foreign Oals and of I gvptian Beans, Ihe latier , mil much broil ill forward for saleai presenl. The' buyers of Whealloameaiiug have found such overwhelming quantities in ibeir own neighbourhoods of lale, in many in" stances last week Ip au amount lhat tbey have s, arcel, known since harvest, thai few of them were iuclined to make any purchases Ibis moriiir, g, and there was little- business effected HI consequence outil about 07s. per qr. was acceple. t for prime runs of l. seex White, aod about Uds. per qr for Red Wheal. Flour, English Household, is not saleable al more than Sis' per sack. Very little is doing just now iu Rye, Barley, or Peas, and the prices are almost nomiual; Beans also have much ' ewer enquiries tban We found a short time since and niusl tie noted cheaper. Oals are undoubtedly parie. i with at a'deciilie as to any sfale, or light, or discolouied ; but Ihe very finest, fair, sweet Horse Corn obtains, more nearly, Hie last terms mentioned. In Seeds of any kind, so little is doing, ' lhat no adequate judgment can be formed as to Iheir value respectively. The iifih weekly average of the series, now promulgated, leaves it quite clear tbat Hie ports w ill be shut against Rye and Beans, as well as Wheal,- but opeu for Oals aud Barley alter next week ; Peas remain in a more dubious predicament. Wheat, Essex, Rent and Suffolk, new 58s l o 68*— One lo ffOs. — D i t t o Norfolk, Lincolnshire, and Yorkshire, new 5 4 s . t o 02*. t o Oils— Do second qualities, 00s to 00s. Do Northumberland and Scotch . N ew 54s. l o 5 8 s . - f i n e 00* Irish new. 52*. to - ids. - D i t t o Zeaiaudand Brabant, red, new, 5t! s. 0 0 - . - w h i l e 50s. 60a— Ditto Dantzig, Elb i n g , a i i d Ivouingsberg. 54 s to 58* finefl4* Do. Meekletloerg. tad Pomeranian Red. 54* t o 58*. to 00s. Do. lUga Liehati, o, fourfitnd, 44s. to 50-. — Ditto Petersburg and Vrchangel 4!' s to 44s.— fine 4Ss. Rye 34s l o 38*. Barley { rinding. 17* 1- 0 > ls— Malting new 30* t o 38* Malt, 5 8 s t o Otis. Pens, while boiling 30* t o 38* - Grey or Hog 30* to iit 00> Maples new tu 40s. Tick Beans. 38 » to 44s— n ew to til* Small beans 42s. tn 48*.— new 41s. Oats Poland . Lincolnshire. Is* to 20* to 00*.— Yorkshire 1 8 s . l o 22s. to 2 8 s - Long or f e e d 17* to di)., to 0 0 s . - Dino Small Lincolnshire, 120* l o 24*. lo 00s — Yorkshire, 20i to 2- 1*. Ditto York, Maiton, and Stocktou. counuou 20* to 24s Potaloe• 27*.— Northumberland aud Scotch common. 20*. to ' i Is— Potatoe, to 30s.— Old 00s.— D i t l o Irish common. 20*. to 22s — Potaloe 21s t o 23s Fine 24*. Ditto Foreign Feed 17*. lo 22s. Brew, 27*. - Pomeranian aud Holsteiu .18*. t o 2 2 s . ~ R u s s i a , 17 « to 10*. Flour, Norfolk, Ac. 45*. t o O s . t o 51s.— English Household 55*. to do*, per sack - American 30s. to 31s. per barrel. Rape- seed . 301. to 40L 0s. per l a s t. Linseed 50sIo5! ls— line, 00s. to 00*. - - f i n e MemelSOs. to 00s. - - I t a l i an lo 03*. Clover Seed ( red) 30s to 70*,— fine 72a. to SO*.— snperfine 0 0 s . t o 00s. D i i l o ( white) 5ds to 78s— superfine 86s Mustard seed , w h i l e , 10s t o 10s per bushel. Ditto Brown . 9s to 18s— Superfine 00* l o 00*. Coriander- seed, 18s to 24s per cwt. Carraway- seed , 4 0 s . to 50* lo 60s. per c w t. Canary seed, 105s. to 126s Tares, 7s. Od. to 17s. 0d.— flue toOOs. Od. Turnip- seed, 12s. to 17s, Od. 1MP0BTA ITONS OF LAST WEEK. Foreign, Wheal 390 qrs. Barley 1870. Oals 480',, Rye 280, Beans ^ 1 75, Peas 2 5 . - English, Wheal 5223 qrs Barley 974, Malt 6848. Oats 14,410, Beau* 554, Peas 3 5 . - I r i s h , Wheat 20 qrs. Oats 1100. — Floor, 8585 sacks. Average Price of the 12 Maritime' Districts, for Ihe weekend-- ing 8ih May, 1819. Wheat 72s. l i d . ; Rye 40*. Od.; Barley 42s. 8d.; OjiU 2- Ts. 4d ; Beans 50s. 4 d . ; Peas 49s. Sd. AVERAGE OE ENGLAND AND WALES. Wheat T3 » . 5d.; Rye 47s. l i d . ; Barley 4t> s. 8 d . ; Oal* 2fl « . I I d . ; Beans 54s Td.; Peas 52* I ld. ; Oatmeal 30s. Od. Average Price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, from the returns of Ihe week ending May 12, 39s. 0d. per cwl. excldsive of duly. PRICE OF TALLOW IN LONDON. SI. James'* Market 4s did I. Matting Stuff 54s0d... 5ll « . Od f lare Market Whiiechapel Marker Towo fallow. Yellow Russia While Ditto Soap D i t l o . .. . . . o s od; • 3s H i ... 70s Od | .. Ots Od , .. 83s Od ,84s Od '! Ditto Rough 34s 0d... 30it. Od Graves 1248. Od Good Dregs 10s. 0d Curd Soap.. Yellow d i t t o .. mottled d i t t o . .. Price of Candles, per doz. 12s 0 d . - Moulds, 13s. Od. P R I C E O F H O P S. N E W BAGS. NEW POCKEIS. ... 110* 94s .100* Kent .. Sussex Essex .... SI. 12s a 81. 51. 0s. a Of. 01. Os. a 02. 15s. 0*. Os. Kent til. Sussex til. Essex 61. 0s. a 7i. 15s. 0s. a CI. 14s, Os. a 7/. 0 « . Farnham, second, St. 15s. to 10/. 0s.— fine, 9/. 15,*. lo lOi. 10* Foreign ' Pocket* 31. 5s to 41. 1 9 s . - Duly 199,485/. 13s 6} d. HULL TIDE TABLE. Nigh Water. Morn. Tide. Rein. Tide Feaslt. lfe. 5 Prs. Eliz. born. G ! Sun. after Asc. MagH. Saturday... 14 past 23 Sunday 55 ' 24. Monday 27 25. Tuesday 23. Wednesday. 27 27. Tbnrsday . . 5 28. Friday 42 5 I 37 5 I 12- 8 I 45 7 I JO 47 23 8 * l 9 i 9 I N. Moon 1 morn. IRest. 29. S a t u r d a y . . . . 2 2 — 9 | 4 0 - King Charless fi. j The BARTON BOA rs sal I from hence for B A K I ON aboui WO hours and au half before high water ; and when fhe wind is contrary balfau hour earlier. They return from B A S T O N to H U L L at the lime of high water. The GHIMSUY BOATS sail from hence at high water and relurul'rom GRIMSBY abonttbree hours and a hall before high water, as g i v en ill the preceding Table. The SrtvAM PACKETS for Gainstiro', Thome, Seiby aad York , SFII! each day from II JI! I, four hours before BIG': waier P r i n t e d by W . RAWSON & CO, L o w s a U , Hull,
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