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POLITICAL' tH^wisrrioN. 

•■ ii«1Ulba: '«»«>-' ., 

•TATB OF 7H^ N^tlOI^* 

It b « ^mctke wMrh wtaW PfowL bo ittt beacficUTto a 

t^bMtlwa ttt • |Witm(« ti«4er, t« 'make ap n distinct account 

iUhuMMal ailMMi^ M «H daw •( cnry year < tn obvrrc ibe 

it^aHwk «r J«ai Wid (aiit.wilicli baJ .licfallen it durlos the 

.pw4«q( t«al«r aMNH^ JMd to foouder liow the one micht be 

<ai»iifctA watitlte tl>«f w>rtrai»nl,.in « luci^eedipe period. It, 

ktmm icBMMMC •r.wb«t fca tlw uyniwl even ip tkcjinKW^*, fivm 

iaMMattaai* tlw»e.l«pnBi.n^iii,em>ertfnfe, ii cpnttantl^' en- 

dMaMMtafto < w j WW <Hthi^T*'«»^»» tiia(Jiati(iDS like fodtvi- 

4aaia,afe p er f a « »a Uyw< » pw»jttt nKt»etjbui<l«f^fc>r which tbey 

ka«e riiiBiy $miUi, -of ^^lo'iVf ^ ^Mt of advapt^ge* 

vhfek am «lf«M7 1> liNAriVX^''* ; ^l** ?<!*(>' vl*'" aaabiervf d , 

firito t« laMTlKl |< wA tM.Ca|we, wtei f«ea itarougb the dutk> 

■aae «f .»wa «aiaCan««d coniectiire, preteots aothinc but a 

>l|iw^i4)h4k i* .*i*i«>WV 1>4b«« 0' t>'»">><'l*)* appteUeo- 



W«(t e«r |i9)t»a« a«te^ve^.oiir wllkea, we thiiDld endra- 
Ta«^ «%k« ap Uw aatiMia) afcoanta, to dedace the bqlonce of 
lUfSiltMVA lonea i>oija a cqivpar^MH ^^tli a fproier period, 
toMGfvlsto the caotci wtilcb led to prosperous or' peniicioui 
mgiH^jffi, jtiffAlir Udtpawerfa) t»1« of oip^rijoce, to in- 
i^qjirMipNlcMo^fBieii^ the CM>^ wiucii, their opa ltd- 

iior the B>e of the pi^4i<: *re as yet oaty )o 
r^aaaMcawcat » we have n^l had aa oMartunfty to dcve- 
layel* MraMUtrjinca tde real suture of piiercdipc trantac- 
Jia«H '•■' {the patilical areatt, e*«B of the Jut twelTcinoDlb, 
am ftfkiCBlijr ■aBcraaa, iDporla«t, and.ixtricate, to reqnire 
a wlgHe f»c. tb«ir derail, discnaioii. and dae appreciation. 
IIKjikailiMwI^iB oar potrer we ibali endeavaiir to efl^t: 
BcdaB aUaaayt to draw af^ao inreotory of the natianal albin, 
la» Ike I aTOmmiifiit of tlie preaeat year, asd to intvrin tlie 
yahliCrt l M i« <| »* yoatibtti, of the litgatiep ip which t|ie io- 
ttnMi af Mr .«|p«a|ry are .placed both at home und abroad. 
Lacrjr aaecccdiaf week niU.adanLiu ao ^pporUiaity of poiiil- 
imast the f ro gftti iwe chaace* io thii itate . of th jngs ( and the 
a—a »«BMwt of aaothff yew will be the period (qt itrikiuc a 

Oar lanraiil aMditiai) iiill dliplaya an Hodiaiiaitbed vigour 

Ml ># pmnniiw} ajfvaocement. Oar .agriculturr, ,the fanda- 

ff.WWl»%l1 wealth, daily receive* frcab impniTc- 

abl«>J^ed,.for the purpose, ^pura^e and 

Ike 4i«cav^iei. of valor* i the (reat aiid (he 

tUk fW f rie law CwplAy themselTC* in tbotc extemive cxperi- 

k Vfcicbatebejondthc mean* of the farmrr) and large and 

i«« wastes are caminaally reclaimed to aierul vegcta- 

ifactarcs iocreoie innuoberaod rcfioement with 

fk» lyiiaw af oar pnpalatina aod wraith : oar internal com- 

tke ipeat inptnuBeot for diluing comfort and ricbet 

teitt/past of tkf aation, and oar coasting trade, the 

t at^*r ■aritiii' grcUBCis, display an e'qa.-vJty atten- 


This exbilirating prospect, however, is not. withoat hs 
darker shades. Tbc tythe-laws still sarve to tura the hearts of 
tin people agaiat aantlity and religioi), by embroiling the^i it» 
odioos ^aarMds with their tea^iers ; the poor taw.s tiill lay t)ieir 
ift hand* OB the iBditstrioat, and give enomragemeat to idle* 
nessaadvieei the want of cheap and general means for edara- 
<ioa still, leavea a larfe portioa of the people of Englaad in 1*> 
■tcmaMe.ignoi»Dce, with all its atteadnat miseries and criipei > 
th« MSBaiBs of the feudal iastitatioos. are allowed to encroach on 
tbee^oai rigMs of the aaiion, and the proprietors of land stfll 
wlaia lh« iwirilece of cheatii« tiiair just crediten with !■• 
pnpity. ' 

, Tct are aot these.blat* no our natifaaal prosperity :to be coB- 
slderadaanaytigas of , degeneracy, as evils wbl^b we have in- 
citraad by reMut auscasdaet i tMr baaefel influence has .long 
JtaatiifMn. our political coastimtio^, asd we are now making 
giMter «asrU:tba» em la tfeafce off the distemper. Plans for 
fwiaiwMiag ibelQrtbea have been ssggnted) devices haveWn 
paaantcd la IkeUfillatuTe for the gcadaal aboUtion of tha 
.y«or laws I aM<ho# for the education of the lower clones liave 
theia.ahwlMMndisciHNd, and warmly approved; wliile i biU 
tv^fixt-pViiti ab«liti<8i of the ignoroinions privilege of the 
JttfiM pfoptietMi ha* haen iotredaced into Parliament by one 
of 4h|» SHBleM lawyers of oar age. Thoagh Ignorance and 
pwindiceany, .for awhile, aaialaia their sway, these 'liwts 
prove, that the sua of knowledge and Inpuivement is rapidly 
rish^ o» —f wtij . . 

■Theanif bm, a«d fcrfanp* only Me cane of fearful presage^ 
wbichiseaa^to blaakan as we advance, and threatens, ultimate- 
ly, to oveteast tke aatiomat glary with iu balefnl shade. It 
cannot b» diMembled, that oar pahlic bnrthens have, In th« 
canne of a few years, iarreaKd to an oaaiing degree, nnprecc- 
deiaed in the history of any other aatioai that our taxes have 
been Beoe«arily aagmewted ia the same distressing proportion i 
that, after InyiBf, an nearly every artide, as great impositions 
aatbeyooBldbear, without dlpsinishlag the conaanption, our 

I iiMiii) has, at length, been obliged to have recouiie to 

direetaod galling taxes, which send the' tax-gatherer into onr 
hoatas, and eosapel every man to a disclosure of his private 
affairs ;»r-theae evils casBOt be diaaembled, and no ad^^te 
remedy has yet been devised. We do not pverlonk the merit* 
•f the Slaking faad, hut we distrast its efficacy, especially 
BBdrr Its present modification*, when we compare the amainK 
of the ansual ioaw with the ampunt of llie anaual reden^tion. 
°We derive BO coosoiation from those recent palliatives, which 
only put off the evil to a Aitare day i and we see no prospect 
of those decisive ceoaoraicalrtticechmentstwithout which, we 
fear, the ultimate calvMropbe cannot be averted. 

Teespeniry facilities ought to be taken into the arronnt, ar 
well as penoaneot adyaniages. Oar fioances present a most 
Boarishiag appevanre, and even exceed, in prodactivene««, 
the ratcuiations of our Ministers. The intricate la.w>, relative 
to the ineome tax, have became better onderslood i oar tax-ga- 
therers-have become more expert by practise s our wealth nad 
popufattina are grratly on the increase t and, in spite of advcr* 
rtrromstnncea, even ear cnstem-hoose duties are anasunlty pro- 
ductive.. Oar natie«a crcdU stands as high, and our facility of 

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borrawini; remains as grpat, as when the firat instalments of mr 
funded debt wasiidvaniKdi and will, id all probability, coatinue 
so until the last fartbinf; 1>« i|mrtgaged,'nat only of our present 
^tarlaxeSi but of every tax that can be raised. ' We enter Into 
the gratification, which these circumsianoet mustafihrd to llie 
Ministers of the present a^i but we must tu: allowed to treai- 
lile for posterity. 

From this short vt«r of our internal situalion, by wMcb olr 
pfdsperity is chiefly tb be estluated, w^ turn b» tife considlcAt- 
iioii »( dui* (■tternal relations. Great Britain is now )>lace«l in 
it condition in Which she may distinctly ascertain whether her 
6wn intrntai fesdurr^ are iterfectly adequate to her defenre, 
or Ti'hethsr she eanno<i ivithout external aid, rftlst a cofflbiaa- 
(idn of ezleitial encttilni Tb<! m«M powerful PrlMe that has 
ever reigned in Eurdp^i il ftiali raised from obscnrlty by his 
OVrn tfaflscendaiit lalenisf has succeeded in reducing every snr^ 
rounding aatlAllio a Cdtrf^lete sublerviency, and has converted 
them all into instruments of vengeance against this hated notion. 
The plain of vengeance Whiini He bJts devised, tf not wise, are 
Are at least vast and magnilicenti Compariag our wonderful 
resources with those of the comtrift. niMlcr his own ddnrtnioo, 
and impressed with our striking sap«Moniyi b« has con- 
ceived that our external commerfc) the only advantage 
which we' seem exclusively to possess, is the sdWce of all 
our riches aitd aggranditettient f and that, if d<i>rived of this 
fountain of wealth, we should toon sink iota ntlseraUe decay, 
and becoifie humble suppliants for his faifcearBM'e andiavOhr. 
In conformity with these views, be has uodertakM to cut elT 
uur intercourse with foreign nations} and •« bebas aottbe 
poVver of blockading oiir island by sea, he has resolvM to compel 
overy nation of the Continent to exclude oar mercbandiie from 
Its shores; In this fnst enterprise he has ulready succeeded 
beyond all previous cftlcnlation ; and, witli the «x«eptiaa of 
Sweden, which cannot long resist bis iaAaence, (here is pot a 
sin'le barbour In the Continent of Europe, into whitli an 
English vessel can obtain a friendly nd Ailtta'nce. ' 

Thefolly'of these enftrprizea, ^nd the very false judgment 
'trVidh Bonaparte hns furilird of the real sobrcct of British great- 
MRS, will speedily he evinc«il. IlewillBnd that Ibe Interfu^' 
tion of our continental commerce may distress a few manufactur- 
ers and merchdnts, but will nrithef'diininisb the sum of oar na- 
tional industry, nor even the receipts ,of our Bxcliecpier. In 
tbne he would discover that his estlmate-'of oar finances is not 
letsobsOrd thanthe calculations of some of our own wise politi- 
cians, who, twelve ye.-irs ago, itffii'inod that France cobld not 
possibly support theexpcnces of anotifer tampalgii; 

It muct be tnlly consolatory to our countrymen, to be itssured 
that no nation in Europe can e)crtude our cominerce, without 
bringing dpon themselves tenfold greater distresses than (hey can 
possibly Make us sustain. The commencement of 'war with Bri- 
tain entirely deprived France nf nil direct commerce in her own 
vessels with other nations, and the late severe' edicts which Bo- 
napafle'has llsoed, with a view to prevent the iMporlation of 
our prddhctiobsby means of neulralsf has cut olf from hissultiects 
every source of comfort and opulence-whieh Ibey deriteil from 
•n intercourse' with foreign nations. " AH the slates wTilch he has 
leduced to sul^jection at^ equal or greater suVSrrers. The Dutch, 
who not only prospered but sobststed by external coriunercr, 
and who bad hitherto-been saVedfrom tbedeepest^iMfeaiby the 
connivance of their ralers'at a secret traflc tvith Britain, are 
Aow, by tfae-stricr InfoKeMMt of the prohibitory laws, reduced to 
lOch a calamitous cooditiM, tblt they have even Veotnred to mur- 
mur dierr WIsesies in the «H:«r of their oppressors. Russhs loses 
bar external «<tnimet«e, IMt tbe mcaai Of iaterntl cultivation ( 
PxnsiUU plated in (he wnMilahappy predicametit ^ Spain Sndt 

left on her liaodt those raw materials whioh she basHotthe capi- 
tal or (be indttsiry to manufacture ; and Portugal must desist 
from the cultivation of her vineyards, the former sources of her 
vrcalth, when she con no longer find a market for their produce. 

Froin these considerations, H appears, that Bonaparte canant 
prosceote his schemes of vengance agtrinst tbe external commerce 
of Britain, withoat bringing for deeper distress on Fiance, her 
allies, and dependents i thatf in sbnr^the more fiercely be deals 
his blows, he will the more rapidly shatter the weapon which 
be aims against the impeaetrable helmet of our prosperity. 
Nor has the ^Iscoatenb whicb bis impotent tnmity excites (o be 
overlooked. There is not a tnorHlme province whJiiit' bis do' 
minions, or the reach of his tnfluenre, Which does not smart un- 
der the rigduc of hll prohibitory edicts, mi send forth its mur- 
mars ngtfinsl (bent : and the Russtaas already begin to giveeri- 
dent indication*, that the timidity of their COtOt will not long 
be able to overcome a general sense of national interest. 

When we urn out eyes from (he Continent of Eai*ope, ire see-. 
vast entrances open to onr commerce, which- cannot be shut 
against ds, either by the arts or the arms Of our enemies, - and 
which can only be lost by our own misconduct. The Americans, 
indeed, have bCgUn to asrame that tone of preemption and in- 
solence, which is natural even (o infant Republics, from tt con- 
KiousneM of tbeir own vigour and enttgy f but by a mixture of 
moderation and flmiBess, (he angry demagogues of (bat cottntry 
may speedily be silenced. There, as in Europe, Brilahi vf oulA 
be a loser; bat America would be tenfold a sulTerer. lA (he 
pursuit of maritime rfgflts wbl(A she has not ihe power to as- 
sen,' she would only Incur the certain destruction of Jier coa^ 
mercCi and the deprivation of tlte most indi>peiiMbl« comforts c| 

The establishment of the Portuguese Government in Soot^ 
AmeritV, pIMkites to open to our mos( produrtive maB«fisC(ure^ 
aa extensive market, wbich must for a long series of years con] 
tlilbe progressively to increase its rfemamb, We haive here ad 
Ally bound to us by (be strongest tic*. Who can Bave no lnter< 
course with any other nation but by our permission, aixt wb* 
can iiave no reason to desire any ronimcfre bu( onr own. I f w( 
can only Inspirr (be Government with a liberal policy^ tlH^ Uni 
ziis iKbst long prove ah invafuable treasure totfliscountry.:- 

Our colonial p0ssrssio»> in the Ea^t and West Indies, prrsea 
• less tiatiering appearance. Wc, indeed, see no reason (o ca 
lertain any apprehension from those imagraary expeditions <i 
tbe French and Russians, wltK which some Ingenlntis speciilatoi 
have imagined (Hat lihldoetait Would be avci1« helmed i ba 
insults have lately been olTered to the mo»t tarred ptijodirca t 
the natives ; tlie foundation bos thu.-; lieen hiii for inKnire dig 
contents and insorrections | white a great portion of (he- cou 
merceof India is (brown in(o (be bands of o(her nations Sy tt 
baneful operadon of a chartered monopuly. IK our West Ii 
dia Islands, great ditcoatents prevail i onr ptdnters, frtwi i 
impradfnt avidity to accumulate rapid fortttflcsf ilave cul(lvat( 
sugar to an extent far beyond what any tnnrket in thr wor 
canMCeive; and tAe soticrtnp, (O which flley are neccftoari 
nibjected by this imprudence, ufe aggravated by the p«rse« 
nuice of the motltef coootry io cutting of their InterccNtts^ w | 
other nations. 

We refrain from expatiating on our nkdonal amnbacnts. 
the s(rength of (hese must depend on our resoufM-s. Wefiav^ 
navy more (ban sillBcleat (o crush all (he maritime forced of ( 
world I and an army prriecUy adeqmtr, from Its' ounab^r* 
our ia(erwil defence/ Bn( i( is in these armametits tllat 
perceive a (otal wnnt of (hat economy and.order which art; ab 
I«(ely necessary to prevent the tain ovevof our imitt«nsc i 

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Vthnttftriookei apoa it a* a crime, igaoninioai in it*elf, 
mi nrj ketnon from its eSecti on society, to sit down aod de- 
Ibnldjr miirepnteat the natara of political events. In « 
oalij wberrw maeh depeads opon poMic npioion, wlierr 
ysfiltrMasioiis majr either discooccrt and rain tlie best laid 
m^-un of govenmort, or, <M tlie etiier band, enable design- 
tsjaa^viipriiicipledniiaisterstebttrterllie prosperitvand liber- 
linn/' llieirBatioB. for the atteinoient of their ew n selfish ends, — 
wf > Mr t pT M C B tatlons appear to as tenfold pemkious, and ten- 

Vcl— {we mftlce the remark with a deep fi^Uai; of national 
<9^siloB)— it nrili be diiEttllt U point out a single political 
t^iatlm, printed in a periodical. form, trhioli is not ttrinted 
lili litis TCTT base and mischi«TAas crime; which artually 
fntim that impartial, candid, and maai; mode of discitssino, 
i&tmti^j our boasted privilege, the freedom of the press; 
(kick 4ms aat systematically wrest evcrjr occurreoce to its 
•n paiticBlar.ftnrposes, and wiifally pervert the dearest 
inlkikj its malignant glasses. Those vrko ate aware of this 
■innil (orraptian nf the periodical, press, read the political 
rtajtof Bewsp;4>crs, not somnch with a view togain trae in- 
bnaitiaa, as to bear what is said by a particnlar party. They 
lima, CKeiample, that the Maming P»tt wiU always be on 
sseside, the M»rmi»g ChnaicU always on the opposite; and 
bsay be i^Bsinc to observe tim strange eontrast of appearance 
•Uck the aaaefiuH presents, after baviag passed tfaroagh their 
nisi suaafactaries. But few have the epportanily, and still 
(wcr Ike lafacity, ' to develope the impostarcs of these, corrnp- 
<«>sf paMic opiraoa: most meq take their polilieal creeds, 
*iiksattutbrr ia^iiiry, from the newspaper which they usually 
fif iad astba aewspapars of diferent fortiaas always give 
• Mcrrm replsHilntioB of the «mc'lransactiant there is 
M a liagie political event With regard to wbkh » large 
fwtiia of the fteeplfe are not mislrd, abuted, and de- 
wixd iaio daogcroas errors. No wonder that the honest and 
iwipiriaai bycaime ttsuly da pes lo these dcliber^ prnpngatorr 
<( fslltical fraad ; to men who promalgate tbeir uoprinripled 
Uahaads, witli tbe same devotion and qathusiasm aS if they 
tatattaaliy felt ike impiration of patriotism, and the Impulse 

. Saicly, if there ever was a daty incnnbeot on a politica] 
•liter, it is to •pen the eyes of his countrymen to thiise drlo- 
•imiwartfUly thrown before them; to extricate them from 
<mif which may !>• fatal to their own peace, fatal to the pros- 
tnity of their cMuKry ; aad to expose, by reason or by rldi- 
oht those Igaomiaioas tpeculaton in fulsehood, who dcli- 
k«My resolve to lie themselves into notoriety aod aSoence. 
*t^i|akji the taalt with pleasare, and shall axecaie it with 
MKy ; TMiicioui tlwt, in doing so, we dlschalrge a real duty 
<• «*r coaaliry.' We kaow well the fiite that awaiu as : Those 
■riiCTi who aaort aBder oar indignant strictures,: will, at Arst, 
Cncad to trest-onr remarks wiib sontemptuoiis silence > when 
tkey tad that tke public cajioot bo brought into tbe mne 
kuaar, Ikey w iH commepoe their disgoiaed attacks on a urtain 
—ttr i ii u Suudma- Fjip*r, bat, carefully avoid to aame The 
ll*tlmtal Rtgitter, lest they slioald, AtrsooUi, promote oar 
■Mwi^y I >at wbea, at lepgth, these sablerfoges can no longer 
*'*itihcai, aad. mbea tbe paUic voice ioadly calls upon tbem 
** taad forth io their own viadicatioa, then are we prepared 
ts meat every spccisa of rtvUiag, which detected linpostort can 

pour ion The National HegUter. Yet, however loud these rail- 
ingt, we do .not despair thnt the contest will ultimately ^frnTi' 
nate in real public good. The propagators of falsehood, when 
fairly detected in their practices, lose their influence over even 
the most credulous. Calumny, when fairly refuted, recoils 
with double force on tbe Inventor ; and virulent invectives, 
when uttered by impotent resentmeirt, serve onljf to convert In- 
dignation into immingied contempt. ' 

The declaimers, whose corrupting labours we shall endeavohr 
to expose, are not confined to the mere interested sapporten of 
tbe two great contending factions, to the retained abettors of 
the ouU and tbe in; to tbe mea with a* little soni «a 
cemcience, who dare neither praise nor blame, nor refute 
to praise nor to blame, unless as they are licenced by tbe 
sovereign nod of their masters. There have lately appeared 
certain political writers who vehemently afiect the praise- 
of impartiality, who actually lash bolb the outt and tbe fnt 
when it suits their occasions, and who certainly shew airandanco 
of intrepidity in their political decltmatieas. Bot'when we 
open their pafes- to :.)ok after tliese politlcnl novelties, Imth 
and candour, we find ourselves as far removed from tbem a« 
eier : we And misrepresentation! as groi», Invectives at virulent, 
designs as pernicious OS those frao wbleb we ttttned away la 
disgust. We discover that pride, BMlignlly, o^the mere lova 
of notoriety, may lead men to act at vllMnous a pan in poll* 
tics, as if they had srtd themselves to be tbe demoted tools of a 
parly : while their iniqniious glomes are for more daugerao* 
from their lofty pretemions of impartiality, and tbeir evIdM 
intrepidity in alternately tradacin| both our great political fac> 

At tiM ,bcad of this class of professed impartial ists, starida 
the anthor of Xi< FattHcal Regtttir. This man is pos«essed of 
very uncommon merit of a peculiar Itlnd. Without any educa- 
tion beyond the element* of reading and writing, and tvitboat 
a systematic knowledge of any sol^eet, he was led by the ardour 
and eneiyy of his mind to adventure into the world as a political 
autkor. The ftiry of his deelanutiont forced attention: and 
titoagh his ign»rann and outragivui viiknet have fret|tiently 
brought him into contempt and iUgram, he bns at length surceed.- 
ed, by invincible peraevcnince, in nU«tng binlilelf, solely by bit 
political writings, from poverty aad •obwurity, to very co^ 
(idocabieaflhieace, and very g(«at Bt>(p<4e:(y. With solid W 
formation, with a sound judgment, witki(3[>n4rmed prinriples of 
truth and honesty,..(uch a character wbal^kavetieea iovalnable: 
he might have proved the terror of^-^flticHl profiigacy, and 
have improved, the age by .lils. vigonius chastlsemenU. But 
destitute, as we siiall hereafter sbeti^Vin to be, of an tbeafe re* 
■{uisitcBt hisardour, his lntrepidlly,4iisperseve^nce, serve only- 
tu diffuse more widely, aod to Impress more deeply the dictatat 
of bis igooraoce, his pr^ndices, his perverted passions. The 
raidJIipg and low«r<lamet of the community, who rertd to be>' 
lieve, and wito baae deither leisure nor (nclination to sift fallacies 
to the bottiMB, haie TAe. PalMfal BegUter constantly Iq their 
haods, and swallow down its weekly banquet with anmzing 
eagcnesB : It is, therafore, of importance, ttiat we should bring 
to. some lest thft infallibility of this gospel, to which some ifie* 
impilicitiy pin their ikith. 

Ur. Cobbetl knows, that to speak with perfect asnmore i« l» 
eertaia way to<impose upon a great part of maokfaid; and titat', 
whatever is asserted whb daaatless confidence, whether right 
or wrong, wHI meet with many IHievers. He, therefbre, {iutt 
this art ia practice . oa < all oenuionsf and makes no scruple (• 
chalieoge implicit belief to his present asscNien, though ttjer^ 
is scarcely a.political «pinlaa,' which he hat n(M tuccessiveVy 
awialaiaed aad rcpMbatad, t««iftly im atatnent ttatctfavi 

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. wk*ni be Jim not, at one tinr, nprtmtri at the aobtrtt, at 
, aAOtUefi as the vilctt of larn. Mr. Pitt W49, with bin, «t oa« 
, j^riod, t^e wiip, the (itat, the hefiv«»-bom miniiler {- but na«r, 
. lilr.Pitt it in ki> eyes, the iqoM weak, worthlen ■iiiiii6ter-(faat 

ever ruled « nation } the greatest ourse.that Britaia ever saw « a 
. wretch, wbo(e very Mh^s be ibiafcft bimielf called «|>on to inalt 

and trample. Mr. Fox wasoace brandi-d- as the most diabdli'- 
. «al of inrcndiaries i aod T*4 PtlUUal Btghter actually first at- 
' a wbiiaticai atlcni|>t to prore, Ihatthis stales* 
' inaji bad gone to Pari* to concert schemes with Booapartc 
, «(aijitt bit coaatry > aa4a»w, Mr, Fqs Is Tcnerated as the aoiy 
.. iwrsoD, lo either party, « bo baAaay share of wisdom or virtae. 
. Xl is but two yearS' since tbe nation was loodtjr warned 
;: ajialMt Durdett, ax a 'firebraad, who mast be cither exiin^ish' 
. ed, or^ hb country io llBiaes.( and now, this same firebrand is 

discovered to be a very pillar of light to direct our darkness, 
. tbe.oaly mas to .whom we mast look for salvation. ComoMrce 
. wfs once idolized qs " the lifr-blood of the nation i" and now, 

WAc PeUUctLl Rtgiittr f,\miti in assamii:^ the lootto of '* Perish 

•'.CoauDcrcc !" 

Mr«C^bW doe* aatiirajr tkete ineoosisteDcif!, but heatsarcs 
, vft X\A n^iafisimarc pardoaaUe. Every man, be argues, 
, mfttitgroif witer by exycrieace i aad as sooa as be has discover- 
. cd bU.'trraif, Uw-bestthing he can do, is, Kke bin, to vrrant 
, tbeia, and sti«auowly:peopafate his mare en>i|;fatciied i>pii>iehs. 
, This nay be^deceat apology for Mr. Cbhbett'a terKirersatioin, 
, but it isa poor ^aiends to tbo4e whom he has fimc«sively mi»< 
. led. S«Mo«« tb« Mlioa had all alDag littencd to his opiaious, 

they woulo find taemsrires in a fine conditinn h hen his eyes be>- 
i-caweif f n d. Hcs was oboe aliiriMa AMi-Jaciibio, and thought 

that Ib^aatiaacoiildonly be saved fromdestractinn, by weeding 
. «ul, ky-lbaaUkqwnt, or the scaffold, nil the acmricd mce of l)e- 
I .MOCiaK. If Us ddvioe bad been takea at tliat period, what 
. a» aak,waid Agnre woifM the natioaal oiuncUs make now that 

lie has diKovcnd the Aati-Jacbbias to have been a set of In- 
i &maa» (CModnlSi and tbetc »une Democrats the oyly Imaest 
, lacaia the kit^dom I Poor Home Tookr, aod Sir Francf* Bur- 

dett,.s>W MU. it«tat^ have had can to hear the applaases 

now showered apon Iheat., At preieat, Mr. Cubbett aseares us, 

<' that capital, credit, and commerre, teqd to weaken rather 

"than 4treocihen oar coaatry ; tend to prodoce her siibja)ra. 

" tion, rather ptrserve her independence." (Vol. xii. 
. p. sua.) Suppose we (beuld take all this for undoubted 

tmtb, and mrafoUy Kt aboat rootii^ oat thcM fiital inbiates, 
, tin we should be as fiee from them at a -bankrupt, who 
, Ji*l just paid sispenee la the paaadt would it not be oa- 
, . fortunate, if Mr. C«l>bctt tbouM jud then happtn to discover 

that he had a vary c>**t «■*>(* that comamtx, credit, 
, and capital, bad U*ea the re|J toarccapf our imtioaal greatiiett, 
. aqd that we must now beoomft slaves to. B4Maparte, without 
. fiirtbcr mnrmar, since are had deprived aonelvet of the only 
. siieans at resittiag hha I la shott, it appears from Mr. Cob- 

liett'sown caafrssiods, that how««er cootideDtly hemakesnny 
. ataicnent, .and thou|b be be ready to stake his body and sea] 
. on. its veracity, yet we must mtt, at oof peril, believe one word 

of it, till he hat had at least five or six years to detect its erron. 
, ,If we may believe Mr. CobbctI, bis political sagacity is very 

Msasiogt for there is scarcely a political occurrence which h|e 
'. Afti not assure us he distioctly foresaw — after ■ it 4uM taken 
, .place. Bat when we look at bis pDophecles, itfan the etcut, 
\ iWey are generally «f a wery differeot cast. We (dect the most 
. recent instance, bis speculalioiis abeat the emigratioa of the 
. Portuguese Government, a measure dictated by so many hnperi- 
. «iu ctTCiuulafMef, ««uU b»«« bm mast itrange had it 

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not taken place, tm M« NiMnhcr of 'October 84, p. fi5S, be 
ridicules " the Brazil advimturc," as " «o very rpmi^ti<^ |U . „ 
" to mcf it avt o ma ment «/ srrtviif aimithtn." Four weeks af- 
terwards, p. bOl, be again pours roatempt on the txpalriatian ' 
fTtjai, awarioc UJ, that '* aorir Hut sh«*r lools ev<* jrave'cre- 
'* dia to it t aad that none hut sheer knavn ever p'ret^ed to < 
" give rmht to It." In- hte NatiiKerof OeeemberSOKf be actual 
BcrmnpliMnncnt of this derided project, obllgf? him to canfAs 
his nrpHx ; but be t<riacet his mortitcalion, by asserting' that 
tbc BraiOsare wonethAa " thavery worst conotry.ln Bnrtpe," 
and abound io nothing but'** wnemons reptiles!" 

But neither ignorance oirpnijbdke dellfdc this stngolar wrMier 
into such absurdities, or leadhla to far beyond the bounds bf 
truth and honesty, as an insatiable vanity which seises and <fe> 
voUM eVery thing timt can lie 1>roaghf within its grasp. Tho 
roost hnnnless iodicatioM af this passion appeair W the fidsoAie 
complimentary letters with which the pages af his RegMer 
are rautimaHy leaden : for instaoee, a correspondent in Itie 
Kambrv for December M, ezprisset hi* full conviction, " tUat 
" miless tlic higher ranks follow Mr. Cohbc it's advice, « few 
" years nKly wilt be necenary to complete the deMiraCtioa 'of 
'* our nationoi prosperity." But a much more glarmg indi- 
cation of this principle was exhibited in his late attack on 
the I/ear«ed Laagoaget. The fVtqaent blunders imo which he- 
bad been led by his want of education, exce«dia{;ly mortiiBed 
his vanity, aad incited him to the curious task of provhig that 
learnlAtwasa tblagof M <raloe Wider the sua. he txTgnn with 
a furious onset on the Learned L«i^aK«s t and finding thM l|i« 
argomeots produced no Impfessien, ■uolest on sa«h as wire as 
ignorant as himself, henow coateatt himietf with ex-pressinif aa 
•tter contempt of anivenlttei^, proFnsers,'..Md irbatevef' bear* 
th«a)ipearanre of a regular edmratlan, *' When I teeli. L. D. 
"■ in a tHIe page," says be, >■ if I hiM Mt vTeil oeqatiated wttb 
" thenamc that precedes it, IliOtnii'lf llmm ivm thtttitk, aa 
" the work of one who has ehtained his certificat* tf teaMting 
'* from oar well edacated neighbours to the North,' at the price 
" of a second-hand wig." 

Bat the most carious display of his vanity appesn Id tbase 
charges which he brings agatostother wrtteraas plagiarists f)«m 
his Register. As he to perpetually writing, he nece ssa rily 
throws om a number of random obstrvafions on a great variety 
of p<>litica] topics : aad when any of these topics happen after- 
wards to be treated of syttematically by some other MKbor, he 
makes no scruple, from a few similar liioughts, toinfin'tlMsi the 
work has been ftolen from him. A Mrioiit example efthia ha* 
lately occnrred with regard to a pamphlet published by a Mr. 
Spenre, where, fi'omtbe principles or4he FretKk EtmttmUtt^ 
which he adopts, the author endeavours to prove the Mepen. 
dence of Britain on Commerce. This doctrine Mn Oobbctt xra-. 
lously espouses : and prudently forgetting that it wasbrigtnally 
prmnnlgatedbythe J^eenoTNfift, and taking for granted that Mr. 
Spender riatms the merit of the discovery, he rmnack* the pngrs 
of his Register, and thence produces sevCtat paragrapiis: tn 
prove that he himself was the ablhor of the doctrino, and that 
Mr. Spence is a notorions plagiarist. Fot-same time, Mr. 8p<^e» 
beard in silence these singular exhibitions of vanity, amaccd ia 
what th^ would endc but he has, at leOgth, pubUsked na 
aanrer to the charges of plagiarism. He there shews Mr. Cats. 
bet, that the very doctrines, now in quettion, were held >by 
Arittdileitwi»tlittasand years ago, enlarged end Mlyexptained 
by the French Ec«nom1sH la the last eentury, aad treated vf by 
motry authors in onrowttcountry. II««l»«frsi,4bat%HpaMpWet 
was in the printers' hands beTorc wvetttf ef theldteged ^«4t«. 
.rited pastagct bid appntredt and thotfta ]iftrtictdbr, tte- lex- 

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in Tkt FtHtifl Rtghttr tkm mttkaafUr Mr. Spente'i pamj^h- 

Id K vMMap^mr, fhm tkis rryty of Mr. Rp«'«cr, that 
Mr: Cet*«n'» cfcarjpM liere not aUof^li^r th* tffutt ofipio- 
imk; (bii Mr. CsbbfU quoted Id fcl» Rfjtlstw fto* V'C" »' 
Ike nsiiiin)c«a«M of Mr. Spcnc«!*$ pamphlef, and In .-ill these 
•■it^ ooly /tai; ifordt, ia wbict^ it was ijistiaclljr ittted, (hat 
tte «fiiiioai trrxted of were tboie of tlie Kconomlih 111 
Mr. CstibrU h^ allowed hU truien to know the truth 

at contrarx ~ 
o«r *bipt-«C 


d to. OBIT iBJUt 

' £i«iiM{, which 

enplH hy Enj^JUh traopa, isKoiKt anri fewftalptlte, 
to Ihr pfrteni Decreet and w>my be c»ptmrti bj « 
w*r or our privateer*, and a4iM<gr4 t» tkt «ap<«ir. 

Ar(. IV, TbMC ineaMrei, wMchwercMned to. oai 
ret.ili.ilian at the barbarow«vtlMkad«f(«d bv EagiiaiJ. 
nssiinilaiu in legislatioa to iBatof Mp"*, 4ha)t eeaie t* have 
any elect with retpert to all Natioot wIm thai I here the •«■> 
nrv^ to ronpel the Kofdiib (lOveraaieRt to rupect tteir t»f. 
They sb.tll cnntinne to be riCWirvMlv in force a* long ai tMt 
n T-r II <3ov«rnraeor doet not retant la the priociple of tho Law of Ma-. 
'"'* I tiOM, wliich rcKulale* the relaii<«iii of ciTiUx«d Staiet U • 
• how I state of war. The provilisoi Of tho prflVt Decree thail ho 
nMki(ha*e arrogated Jo hioKlf the dixaTery of tbcMopi- abraded and »ull, in fact, «> Moaattbe &i|iith^aliide afate 1^ 
tml-rtkemnntmiim wa«»«i»terHtroJiR of policy I 

Weaaypoaiv and admire, when we rrcoHerl that this Trry 
Mr. Cibhett arrogates to hiaieif ■ anoopoly of all the poiitiral 
ocwily, kowity ^^aad candoar of the age — thit very auu w bo rao- 
ariwa pretend to polHiral eomistebcy, win W refuted' in one 
futtHHt writhif* whatever be has advanced in another, who 
ffim to copy authors who have wrtttea before him. Mid then 
UTacrHMi thena of pia{t.iriMD ; asd who seemi to 'wnnt evnv 
fmcftaiu of cooibkmi hooNty. We tball bereaftor have abuo- 
^ce •f.opporkiaiCy to «<ceatplify tlie niodetty, candnar, and 
■adnittia witit orMcbthit ianucaWte rvCanaesAilaclw ctary 
I to4iCer fnua hi* oyioioD*. 


rmoM TV* r»B»ca pai^bus. 

PtU, Dee. ««. 

tT*l««Wk «lt CVQNCM., p* T'BC 1It> «r NOV. tSOI. 

M ear Rtfitl Palcrr, at Milan, Dee. 11, IMT. 

)lap«Mii, Ewiperor of tbe ^fencb, 'Kiof of Iuly« aad Pro- 
tenoroftbe Rlioiob ConCeJerarioo : 

(Nnerriif the Vtetmm adopted by the British (lovemmnt, 
•atkellth of November la«t, by wbick veneli bHon^n); to 
mM, fHeadly, or e«ew Powoi* the alllei of EaKlaod, are 
■a<eliahle, no* only tohe leMcked by EaKUib.erai«er>, bat to 
trcwMbKiiy dataioed io Bn)[llid, aad to havo « tax laid oa 
^*» M M aMKk fcr «cal> oa the cw(o, to be resoUted by the 
Biitiib Legittataac.- 

ObMTviqgihat by thbe acti Ibe Briliab Oovemmeat daufti»»' 
ftna Mf* air every oaliOB io Europe, that it ii ant roifpetent 
tw lay GoveKdmeot' to detrart from itt own iodoprndrnfe and 
ri|{hlk. att the SovereifM of Europe having In trust the inve- 
RiBflttaadindeaienceof tbeSai;; that if hyan^n pardonable 
*mkm, aad wbfek, ia the eya of pocterfty, would he ^ |n> 
MMe Main, laeh • tyMaay wa« aHowod to be cstaMiahed lata 
f^u p m a^ MMtMatadbyai^p, tbo £agUih woiU avail 
AoMdrcs of it <0 OMcrt it as a riichr, as they Hvtve, aytOeA 
tkraalvn of tke tolcTaare of Gpveriiiient* to establish the in- 
^ ■oai principle, that the flag of a nation doe^ not rover g<mds, 
"i Is (live io tkeir riflM of biorltadean arbitrary exiensino, 
"i ahicb ioMagct oo the Sovereignty of every State ; we have 
'nod, aad4b> deeicc, a* folloir* i 

the principlnsf tlie Ijtwof Notioat, wUen art also Ike fri»: - 
ciplcs of juitire and of boaour. - 

All our 51ioistcrs ar« champd with the esecMloMof tbo 
present Uecres, which shall be ioMrtad ia tjie BaUeitn a£ th« 
Laws. (Sicoed) Kdtat»*m. 

IJy order of the Emperor, . 

. The Sccrstary of State, (Sigwa) U, M. 

h» a Sappieawnt to this Decreo there it ia the OBdal Jaaraal 
the fsttowias CIrealar l>«tter, addrcMd by the Mislttcr oT 
the lalerior to the Chanbert of Commerce. 
'* Ynn M« aet oaarqaainted, Oeirtleioen, with the Ixte acts of 
the British Goveminent, that last itoM of the opprestioa of thn ' 
co u oaei ie of the world i yon know tsal it has ruiolied to de- , 
stToy the feeMe rennios of the Independence of the wn«. H . 
OBW tklnlu proper, that henceforth no ship shall navljcate tl«e 
sea< without tnncbini; at its ports, without a tribute to itt pre- ' , 
leaded savereisnty t and without reoeiving fro« it an IgBoisi- 
nioai tieeaee, 

'• Thus the Ocean it hiroreforward only the Held of slavery t 
the MUrpotiiHi of the most sacred of the rights of nation^ ii con- 
soatnrated, and Ibis tyrannic voice is to prria apod them nntil . 
the day of ven^eaare, or ami I brought tn a due »efi<e of modcra- 
tina, the Eaglith Government will itself calm its rage, and break 
ttat treptre to which tho oaiioos of the Cootiuent will never 
consent tetubmlt, . .', " 

"lam calling our common nttention- to thie toiportAnt cir- 
ramttaacet which must powerfully iodvce as to iiwalteti youe 
patrioii<m aad your srisMm. One w«ttl4 have imagined, thjt 
every obftntetioo and retfraint llmtelojged the.<nur^ of the , 
commt Itt OB the Continent, had hers eibau«tedt tiill, howe- 
ver, they are going to be ag-,f«vatcd by the meacuret lately 
adopted by Engiaiid % bat they will ttnri our minds made an to 
stragcle against, and 10 overcome, this new modeof oppmtion. 
*>^e mast mM shut oar eves to the cOnseqaeoees. Importa- 
tioB and etportation, already on orarh restricted, will toon be 
much more so. Every thing ooanected with maritime com- 
mence i every thing that depends upoa it, wllf now befiaMe to 
more diflfealtiet, to BMrs uixeitaioty. Theieavr,ko«ovor,t«* ' 
chapoek that iiill rcmaiH open. 

" The power of attarkiog every skip that leaoaare* the io- 
dependence of iu aatioaal flag, by a thaaseAil the 
British Hovereigtaty, and bv a^vigatuu^iader a firillsh Ikeaoe, . 
will opeaf wide-|ield' to ihe hopet of our Conmaader*, Sudi 
a re>ourre will ant proveii'ieffectu^i, nod French oomnmriM wiU 
ant devote itirira'rle«!.ly Io that sort of war&re which acvcr 
let<s courage, deitrrity, and drcisioo, go aurewarded. 

" W«h«ven>ureover 10 hope that seatmlihipi will dude tho ■ 
vigilance of the English croiaen t the iimnense extant of tho 
coasts of (he empire will favoarood protect their enierpriees, 

*' These r^ioiirre^ ouglit nut to be undervalued, aorrouat«4 
fbf nntbiug, France will submit to a teoiporary tiloatioa, 
which cna onlv change .wilh lime, a^id with new exertions i l>at . 
lier enemy ihail (Ml deprive her of the nwin baiiaiir Iter ^ro»> 
periiy', her internal ceuunuoicatloa, her r^aiioas witb the Cua- 
tiiient, where she iio lopxer sees any but, friewU or allies ( brr 
toil will not belciii firrtilr, her induiiry uill not luaiatoin itself 
the less, though deprived of tomeoMieriali whidtit nutimpot- 
llble to rrplnce. 

, ** Tothiilatt propotitioa lamratbcraaxiaus, QaatleawOfff 
iMd.jHMltea, Every ship, of whatever oa- I direct your attcntioa. Vuu have.odvire to givf, aad exoarplet 
rw^ataieof itichntoiomay be, thttesalls I to hold ov^t to commerce. You mus); already foresee thp odeot 
ISa^taA, or Ibote of 'the Eaglisb Coloolet, I ijf the privation of ceruin materials, motertpccliUly of cuttoa, 
" Mcajried b^ £i^!tb troops, and procee4» Q arid or tngredkUt' for dying <»tton, of which a qaaMiiy bai 
I, or to poaa^idy o«> loco tto^ap in fiooco » (tett which we iboUdetivefroB tho 

4clr.|.-.Bvg«7 ship, to whatevet oatioa itau^.beloqK,.thKt 
■mi Mvesobmlttnl to be •earched by oo Eoglith ship, or to a 
**ngete ^n^oad, oc that shall have paid nay tax whatsoever 
<*.ie£iMUh Oovemmeat, Is thereby, and for that alone, de- 
^tw* ta fc.deitalf (wiaWssd, to have forfeited the protection of 
■KUtfemjIto have become En^itk proper^ 

the skips that <ana(/onatt:</I Ky the arbi- 

o^tke Bhglish Goveroment, cater into our pori», 

•f ^ar allies, or wbflher they Coll Into the hands uf our 

'V or of aw prtyateers, tliey are declared to be good 


TW BildMi'Maad* are declared to be io a state of 

trttfe Wm Caioakt, 




JAN 3. 

Levant,, and ibat which, at a morediit^nt period, we shall reap 
from aur iodigenoos cullnre, oot unsuccescfully essayed, will 
sttSice to support, In a great laeasure, our inanufactareii « but in 
the exportation that louic of them may exprrience privalioas, 
we mus< have recourse, as far as potsible, to hemp and flax, in 
order lo provide occupation for tho>e manufacturers who would 
DO lonnr be employed with articles of cotton. It were desir- 
able that we would circumscribe our coatumptioo within the 
products of the materials thegfdwth of our soil, and restrain the 
unhappy etfrrls of habits and taste contracted for manufactarrs, 
that xvould render us dependent upon foreign countries. 

" The matrrinls for dying may become scarce — but mnny of 
thei« ni»y be replaced by tha productions of oar soil. We will 
dispense with the rest by a sliy:hl sacrifice of some colours, 
wMcli may plaase fro* their apparent greater beauty^ without 
adtiiii^ any thtug to the' intrinsic goodnrss of the article. Be- 
sides, nasmali rcKance is lo be placed on the Keuius.of our ma- 
nufarturers : it will triumphovrr thosedifHcullifS. 

" 'nie' chaniteU,' which tn spke efjhese usurpntions, will 
remain open to importation, may aot suffice for the consumptiou 
of sugar and cofl'ee | tlicsa objecis of a secondary utility may 
bcaome scarce < but the great mats of the nation will .not suffer 
from this temporary privation : habits of ioduli^ucc loo widely 
Indulged will be counteracted ood restrained by the rise in the 

" And besides, to be supposed that the Great Nation 
will allow Itself to be intimidated by the privation of tome 
futile ci^jnymenls ? Iler armies have endured, without amtr- 
mur, the must pinching Wants: that great example will not 
baye been held out in vain ; and when we have in view lo re- 
conquer the independence of the seas; when we have in view to 
■vsfue and redeem commerce from the ruinous arts of piracy 
that are Juridically exercised against it; when we have in view 
the viiidicalion of the a<-uioual honour, and the brrnliing down 
of Ihuar furcai cavdlnm which England is attempting to erect 
upon onr coasts, the French people will support with ibe-dl);- 
nity and cuur.-)^ that belong tn t lie ir great' character, the mo- 
mentary Mcrilires that are imposed upon Iheir taste, their 
kabiti, aiid their industry, The cunimercc of Europe w ill soon, 
DO doubt, be rescued frqra oppre^ion.'The inleiwls of notions ; 
the honour of Sovereigns; t()e magnanimous resolutions of ibe 
most powerful of the Allies of France ; the |>o\vcr and wish of 
the hero who rqles over us; the justice of is cause lo which 
Heaven, will grant its protection ; every motive concurs to de- 
cide Ibe coittrst; uor can its i.°sue reniiun uiicerlain. Accept, 
Gentleiaea, t^^ assunwce of my •ioceic esteem. 

(Signed) " CumtPT." 


TiEWNA, Diq, S. — ^The Court Gazette oi this day con 
taiji* the foJlowing article from Turkey ■ 

*' Tranquillity is again disturbed in the frontier and East- 
em provinces of the Ottoman Empire. The fallowing parti- 
culars of the passing of the Bozawa bytbe Turks, have been re- 
ceived from Senyevo, the capital of Bosnia : 

" At the commencement of October, this body of Ottoman 
troops on the Urina, which am unted only to 10,000 men, were 
teeretly increased by successive reinforcements to 25,000. On 
the 8tb of October, Hassan Pacha assembled all his force at 
Knila,'nn the Buzawa, not far from Sent za, and on the lOlh 
he passed (he river. He immediately advanced against the Ser- 
vian positions ; hat the latter fell back at every point, and |n 
t\\i evening the Turks reached the Castle of Soeco. On Ihe four 
following days the Servians made several attacks, and on the 
15th, having received large reinforcements, tliey repuUed the 
MnssOlmen. Follnwingup these ndvantagei, they re-pussed the 
Baaawa, and advanced to Vartx, a few miles from Tarajevn. 
To stop their progress, Bekir Pacha, Viilr Travenick, sum- 
monedalevysn ntoMe against the Serriatn, He marched outof 
Travenick on the I8lb, with SOOOmen. 

v" Nothing respecting the eyacaatioo of Wallacbia or Mold^ 
Tin ftas yet taken plaCe. A, new Russian cprus bos marched 
firom Mobilow' towards these two princrpalllies. General 
Priace Apraxim, Brigadier of this corps, is still at Bucharest, 
wblther PrisCe Prosorowsky has also repaired from Vassy. 
The 'Advanced posts have b»»T nrnln reinforced, and all corres- 
pondence- '^« O" ••■ . ■■ fy 

Havre, Dec. H. — ^The day before yesterday sa AmerW 
can vessel, with a rich cargo of edonial produce, camem 
and anchored io our roads. The Maritime Prefect imiiie> 
diatciy scut on board ber aa officer of the principal offices 
and an iulerpreter. The officer put this qaestion to the 
Captain ; " Have you not touched at Rnglaud since you 
qnifUd the United States ?" «' Yes," said flie Captain, " I 
was forcibly carried into Plymouth by an English frigate." 
Upon this declaration, which was in direct contradiction to 
the decree respecting the continental blockade, the ressei 
was prohibitt-d from enterinf , and an order to withdraw 
was intimated to her. 


Maduui, Nov. 80.— Don St. Jago Leniers, has sent to his 
Excellency the Prince Generalissimo and Grand .4dmh-al, 
the official account of the events which look place at Hue- 
iJos Ayres, in the course of last July, 

His Majesty, as a reward for the extraordinary proofs of 
loyalty given by that city, as well as for the services ren" 
dercd bv Don' St. Jago Leniers, and by several officers, has 
declared titat the city of Buenos Ayres is to henceforth have 
thetitlcofExc3lIence,andthatitsMa|;istratesaret«b«calMo ' 
Seigniors ; that Don St. Jago Lenieraisto receive the rank 
of Field Marshal, and is appointed Viceroy ; that *" ^^* 
officers who served under him»>« to be promoted, and that 
the Viceroy is to name the rpwards which arc to be bestowed 
On those who have distinguished tbemaeWea, . 

' Vbwtct, Dae. 3.— Hb Majesty visited on the AnI ofthi* 
month a part of the Lagunci and -the fort^of Malamocco. 
Yeslcrdaj, ait ten o'clock, his Majesty witndsscdthe launch. 
ing of a frigute in the Arsenal, At two o'clock he wat 
present at the arauscmeut ojf the Regatta. It was a match 
of gondolas, in three parties : . the first was between two 
boats, manned by a single rower each \ the second and 
third between boats mamied with two rowers each. The 
course they took was the great canal whicli crosses the city 
from one end to the other. The beautiful ^allies which h*d 
served on the first entrance of the Emperor, cut tbrotigli 
the crowd of barks, and cleared the nassage for the n>t^ 
dolas, who followed in the race. His Miyesty, with all his 
Court, was situated in the balcony of the Palace, which 
commands a full view of the canal. This charming sifht, 
the immense number of barks, and the joy manifested by 
the crowds of »f«ctators, displayed Venice in all its singular. . 
beauties. The illuminations wdich rooeloded. ttw day wer«r 
general, and magnificent beyond description. 



Mr. Adams submitted the following resolution Cbk conai 
deration >— 

" Resolved, That the yresjdeat of the United States be re/ 
qarsted,to cause to belaid before the Senate, a rriuro of the 
number of American Seamen impressed or detained' by British 
armed vessels, whose names have been rep.orted to the depart- 
ment of Slate, «lnce the last stateiaent made to Congress men- 
tioning the names of the persons impressed, the time and place 
of their impressment, the names of the ships, and as Ear as may 
be known of the offlcers by whom they were impressed, toge- 
ther with any material fiicu or circircumslances In relation t* 
the same : statiflg also the whole number of teamen impressed 
since the commencement of the pres»nt war, what number ^f 
persons impressed according to the last statement oflthe. S«ci«- 
lary of State, has since been restored, and the nnmbel'S'stlll de- 
lalned since dema^ atJ'-J-,— »-— ^«»jB*d«,»Uh,the rcasoa 

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VitnusTON, Not. IT. — Mr. Blonnt, from a Commit- 
tee of tke HouM of R«|>r«tenUtiTei oo apart of the Preti* 
4ait'( Mesfigc, reported this dny oa the aufaject of the at- 
txkootheCbeMpeake, The report rommenoM with an 
rtfreaioa of fcnajiHttyat thi< ontrag* i ttata* the receipt 
ur infbrniation relive thereto from the State and NsTj 
Oifutmenti t prc«ents a general view of the circumitances, 
gbteniigthat it pij(ht be said to have been'incontettibly 
ffwei, that Wiilimn Ware, John Strachan, and,Dan Mar- 
tin (tiiree of the four personi taken out of the ClTeiMpeake) 
inruizent of the United State*; hut the Committee add, 
iWiiity conceive it naneceMary for them.or the House to 
{•iite lajr enquiry oh thut part of the subject, as, in their 
•fiwa, wlietner tM mco taken from tii* Cbcsapeitke were, 
Mioe Bot CitiseDa of the United State*, ami whether the 
(kn|wak« waa, or wa^ not within th« acknowledged limits 
Mt I'nited States at the time they were taken, die cha- 
litter of the act of taking them remains' the same. - 

From the foregoing facts, it apnears to your Commit- 
Itr. that the outrage committed on Yne frigate Chieiipeake- 
iMkeeaslaiAped with circumstances of isdigaity and biv 
•dr. of which tbmvis icareeiy to be found a parallel in the 
Worj of ctfiliKcd Mtiens, and requires only the sanction 
«f ike i^Dverament under colour of wlio«e authority it was 
minted, to make it just ranat of, if not an irreaistihie 
nHftr, instant and severe retaliation. Whether it will 
mtite that autctioa^ or b« diwrowed and declared an un. 
mkorind act of a Mbordiaate officer, remains to be de- 
t4«iaed by the anawsr Which shall be given to the demand 
rfctrkaationi that.Mfwer, now aa(ly npccted, will 
(ilkcrdaktiie detottible aetinto piracy, or expand it to 
OitMpitiide «f pnuMditilte^ iwwtility against t^elo<•- 
n>S*tj tad in^pendeoee of this. Nation t and until its true 
^vtOa •hall b« fixed and known, your Committee deem 
■■etpedicat tp declilie exp)«iiing any opihioh as to the men- 
"^ yiuftt to be adopted in retaliation to it. But the 
C<i»«itiee add, aa qther acts of. aggression have beco 
<*"vitled within our ports and waters, siich as those menr 
^•iJaibe President's Message, the Committcp are of 
*N^ that il i* expedient to provide more efi'ectually for 
■kyntertion of CMirf^ls and harboarsj but mit being 
Ptft'ed ts report snaci&eally upon that subject, they ask 
'«ikiriB4u%eisce of the HoMW, aad aubmUtfae folktwiog 

" KaoUni, That the allark of the BrHith iMp of war Leo. 
H'iwtW United 8«a»<^ frigaic Chrjajwak*, wai aQaKmnt 
'••■irMa of Ihcjurisdktiba of ihe Unilnl States ; ^ thnt tbo 
"■■"■iiu of til* Britisb'i^adfoa (of whtrb the bntpard was 
■tt I iatVir waters, afterliflngaoiMM of the Proclamation of 
■WPmJdniaf the Unltrd States, ordering th<i» to depart the 
**i vuabrther viaiatioa tbereof." 
J*** . l8.~Yeslerday the Hen. Mr, Lyon stated in the 
•^ aT-fteiNvatialativiis,- that bio wished the galleries 
r^*^ aad the doort dosed, bolted, and barrM, as he 
■■•»'« ^iC^IX important mattrnto commitnlcate. The 
Jykaving rratioM "his wishes, he nbwirYed that Mri 
'*■•'• tli^ SriliA Minister, h)w{ recently transferred 
^^ f sss e sse id by bia nthcr, to i large aiitonpl in the 
wican FtMda, aa4 Ul coiueuuciict» proposed the folio w* 

''Tbltpi«vislo»Mght la be made by law, ft>rbi<M.hi« all 
""^ (fright of S(t|i9*r, and all moaln, and other pra)'«rt.v, 
''•'•"••lo* pan^taal, toorhy «ay suhjcc't of the Crr nuof 
("WBrilaiat and aim fSarhiddiof; aoj Citizea or Hetii tot of 

"* ^liilMlales payiniaay debt or demand upoMa i ><icb. 

*▼*'•'' ... 

Not a siegie Member supported the Keaolntien, but ail 
censured its imprutlence. The general opinion was, that 
if persisted in by the Mover, the doors should be instantly 
opened, ^nd the resolution* rejected ia public. 

Mr. Lyon then withdrew tho Resolution, anil the gnlle- 
ries were opcaed> under the undeniaptliof that all scvrecy ' 
was at an eiul. 

Nov. 87.— Mr. J, Clay presented a Memorial from sun- 
dry inhabitants and trailers of the city of Philadelphia, 
praying that the .4ct prohibiting the importation of trertain 
goods, wares, and merchiuidicei passed the ISth April, lb06, 
may be repealed. 

Mr. Clay moved, that the Memorial b« referred to the 
Committee of Coouncrceand Maiiufacl(ir«^, 

Mr. Howan hoped the Petition would not be referred to 
anv Committer. He thought it would be beneath the di>;< 
nifyoftho Hpnse to give it any consideration. Had, he 
been in Congress at the time the law pHSned, he would have 
voted agniiiat it t but as it had ptuned, and as we li»d re< 
ceived.a fresh' insult from Groat Britain in the attack 00 
the Chesapeak, he would not vote for its repeirt, 

Mr. Crowniushield said, thnt from the rumours which 
were afloat, and the dinpositinn of Great Britiin, he enter> 
tained no hojie that she would do America justice. Sho 
was rocking great j>reparations, endeavouring to decoy thp 
Indians on our frontiers, and was arming ner Militia iu 
Canada and Nova Scotia.' 

Mr. Randolph said, if the prayer of the petitioners was 
improper, would >t not be 'bettor to expose their errors in a 
maxterly Report from a Committee, thaato slam the door 
in their faces* and afloctiug all the airs cf nn Asiatic Sove- 
reign, refilse to' hear them I We were, he believed, <m tho 
eve of a war with Gretit Britain ; and we wei% trending it) 
the vary footsteps of the British Ministry on the eve of an 
AmrritMn War, and on the eve of the French ^^ar.— The 
House, Mr, R, said, had now been |n session five -n-eeksi 
and, on the eve of a war, they were drseussing -whether wo 
should import locks with bras.i nob* or locks with iron 
nobs I tlicy were sitting there looking at one nubthcr, read" 
ing newspapers, writing letters, receiving bank chocks, and 
connting their money i and the nation was precisely in the 
same situation a^ it was wheu the House hrst assembled, ' 
If #c were to have a war with Great Britaio, as he believed 
we were, it v>ould become tlie Houk^ at the outset to con* 
ciliate those by whom that war was to be carried on i he 
meant by those, the great body of the .American people, 
and not the rich merchant more than the iaudbohlers, but 
not less. 

Affter a long debate, the question was then taken for re^. 
frrring tl • Petition to a Committer <if the whale Houie» 
and it wa-i lost, — Ayes 6l)-'Noes 80. 

The |:otitioD was ordered to lie on (h« table. 

Nbw Yo«k, Dib«. 8. — The visit of General Moreau to 
the westward, and the expedition of his travelling, has ex- 
cited a variety of conjecture in the politicnl world. A 
friend of the General has handed us the foHowingaccotmt 
of the motives of hi«.iourne^, which will fully satisfy the 
curiosity, and alhiy the susptcioni of those who »re alw-iys 
"watch iug the movement OT great djaractora »—. 

" The Oenerni bad unme tline nffl, tlie lAHflortaae of loeioj^ 
bis only ton. tlis Lndy also hern under tlie rerrssitv of 
retitrBia|to F/uneo, in orirr poalli to lettUsone famrl' (m- 
cecns. S|Kb-pauiri|| teparatioo, added to tlie drrntliV. In<s 
which he ha4Ju^t expjei'ii^oced, boyetendered his hqu' ■ ..■> t". 
4ally disa^ivrnble to liim, that jg ol'der to divert hH j;iut". "'.c 
lias driernii lied to underlaVe tbt» eicn'sloB, and vWIt llir O'ii ' 
and Mlui«<i|*pr, as fai-down a» New Odeam, ' ^U lotcni.ur. ft. 

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'I' III I m . i n ii iu II I 1 1 

onl V to remain a flsw dsyi at the latter pi. •«, ai lie wiibea to 
be ia Cbarietfon next February, opd in Neir York the follow- 
ing mootb. . 4. U 

'•■The season being «o far advancrd, made it nrcossary for 
liiai to travel with tome rapidity, and it was 'only a few days 
before be left U ew York, that he wa> luformed a patiage could 
be procmrcd. 

. Thii>.ex|>lanatioa wai.perbapt uinecesiaT?', for no penon 
of common seoMT will iiDarioe, that one of tbe'ereatest ceaieralt 
of the age, should be willing to change bit high fame for that 
of an adventurer." 

The. Senate of the United 'States hare appointed a Com- 
mittee to inTettigate the conduct of John stntth, Senator 
of-tbe UuHed Statef from the State of Ohio, as it relates to 
his connectioBs with Aaron Burr; Mr. Smith is said to be 

A ResolutioQ has passed the House of RepresentatiTcs of 
thf State of M^rylwid, £rantiog leave to bring in a Bill, 
c«titled« an Act to ahoUsb all such parts of the CoBstilu- 
tiqn and form of Guyemment, as relate to the time and 
manner of electing the Senate, and the mode of filling up 
vacancies in thatBody.— Yeas 41, Nays 9. 


^■^ Jamaica. — The House of Assembly of Jamaica have 
maile a Report on the Act passed in the la<t Session of 
Parliament, for the.. Abolition of the Slave Trade. It is 
the object ^of thi.s lU'porl to reprcsuiit the stop put to the 
importation -of Slaves, as ruinous to the Coluaies. This 
has been always the argument of those who opposed that 
benevolent measure ; but it is obvious that if it were true, 
it raunot be proved by any effects, which have yet resulted, 
from the abolition, as sutficirnt time hai hot yet elapsed 
to shew either benefits or<hantn;rcj of the Act. If, 
however, the wisdom of the Legislature had not adopted 
that measure, it is to be feared that the Colonists would 
have experienced the dreadful effects of an abolition, not 
brought about by the inftneuce of law, but by violenee. 
The constant and unlimited importation of Negroes from 
Africa would have finally reduced our West India Islands 
to the melancholy situation of St. Oominso. 

'Thefollowiag arethe liesolutions of the Committee of 
the House-: — 

'** BesoWed, That the Act ^f the Imperial Parlianent for 
abolishing the Slave Tnide, is pregnant with evils to this Island, 
Biiiitating not only against its grperal welfare and interest, but 
threatening its total drstmctioD as a Britiib West India Colonv. 
That depriving this extensive and yet unsettled Island of the 
nt^ansof a sopply of lubnnrrrs from Africa, to caltivate the 
rail, mwit be eventoally ruinoas to the proprietors and others 
interested in it : many industrion and enterprising settlers, who 
have braved t^e difficulties »d4 hardships rI ways attnidiut on 
infant eiobellisbineots in the interior and mountainous situation*, 
will, with their fanrilies, be redaced to poverty and wretrlicd- 
|iess; and, wh;n thrM settlements arc aliandoned hy their pre- 
sent hbabitanis, they Vill become the baunts and fAstoesses of 
diisaflwted and rebellions nrjpvcs: That properties in possession 
of mortgagees, receivers, guardians, and others, most shortly 
fall a sacrifice to this Parliamentary regulation : benuise, from 
their peculiar drcamstaoccs, tliey cannot he supplied with la- 
bourers, the result of which wilt be, to deprive a numerous de- 
,scriptiodr^f persons, from the earliest state of infancy to the 
quwt advanced and helpless ages, of the common ineans of cdu- 
ottion and sapport." 

The Jamaica Papers received on Tuesday, eontsiin a 
Memoriid of the of the Committee of Planters, Merchants, 
and others, interested in the West Iiidia Colonies, whirb 
though presented so long aeo as la^t June, ha« not, till 
DOW, been published in any Paper in'ihis Cpiuttry, In this 
M«morM the Flajiterf complaib. 

" That where tbe rdaication of the oav'igatinn System woulil 
i>e beneficial to.fbo British Planter,' it is rigidly enforced^ and, 
where the enfdrremeot of It'would be beneficial to 'him, it h 
uiiarroantabi/ rHaxed-by the novel permission granted to • 
Neutral Power of carrying the pvodace of his rivals to uader- 
sell bim«t the Kuropean market. 

" That year MeaorialUts are unwilling to intrude their eon. 
cerw upon the iaportaint relations of the Mother Country wills 
Neutral Powers t but humbly conceive, that iteanooi reasimaUy 
be expected that Great Britain should »m her Coloniue de.cay, 
herself deprived of Ihut Great bnlanr* of foreign trade, which 
she commanded by the export of herrurplus coloninl prodace, 
and tbe Colonics of Powers, with whom' she is at war, ag- 
qraodized by the continuance of a mistaken and injtiribus 

" That yonr Memorialists, on these grounds, hnmbly suggest 
that the now acknonledged and extreme distress of th« 'West 
(- India Colonies oF Great Biltain, calls apon Ooveraaient Car a 
'revision of theexisl^^ystem, tespeetiag tbe-trade of Nenteal* 
w itb the Colonies eSHie cMiay \ aad >«stifi«s tbe reasunableorM 
of a change .in that system, so far as may be necessarjr for the 
purposes of self-defence and self-preservaiioo." 

Christophe had for some time bean coniined with a se- 
vere indisposition, of which Fetion had taken advantat;* 
to rally hispartizaos ted iwade several places, which 
adhered to his rival. On his recovery, Christophe lo.H no 
time in taking the field ; and his skill and energy enabled 
him to defeat with great slaughter, those coii>s of h\ti eae- 
mies which he first eacountered. Petioa, deterittitied to 
sheiv himself not less active, took adrantagia of his rivail's 
absence, to advance with all his fbroes against Sit. Marc 
and Port Le Prhice. The officers of CKrialophc, ho««rcr, 
were w«ll prepared to reoeiYe him, and rejmlsed him with 
great less in every quarter." The following is the rria- 
non of events subsequelit to that period: 


MARC. .. . • 

After the unsurcessftil atiack'of the 2(>th of September, ano- 
ther desperate aHrmpt of St, Marc was determined - upon, for 
which all the forces In the South of Ilaytl were collected. The 
President having received infermalhin of this design, sent, to 
re^iforrc the garrison of St. Mare, theee battalions, two eona« 
panies of arlillrry, and a squadron of cavalry, and set off hiof 
self from ths Cape on the S3d of October. On the S4th be en- 
tered St. Marr, wtien, without dismounting, he vititcd ali-tho 
posts, rrcnnnoitred the positions of the etiemy, and gave his or- 
ders for a general attack on the following day. 

On the 8>th the troops of the North enttred 8t. Marc at tns 
o'clock in the momiiv. Tb« Pmident reviewed all the tr«up< 
00 thep'oce.d'izrmx, and ordered tbe attack at eleven o'clock. 

The rebel.) occupied on the left the post of Pivert, distant 
only half a mile from the town, where they had thrown up 
(Several inirenchments. They had, in tbe same maaocT, erected 
some works upon the road leading froai 8t, Mar(; to Port au 
Prince (.on the (ight they occapled the position of FloratKea.a 
and the nelghbooring M|ls. Brigadier Diaquoi Vigne, .and 
Colonel L'.£rperanee, were detached with three battalions, in 
order to keep in check the rebels on the right, whn«t the left 
was to be attacked. The Commandant Bieher «as left in the 
town with n battalion as a reserve. 

TIte President divided the troops into two cohrnas ; the «r»t 
with a piece of cannon, was ordered to ftitea the road, and 
•uirm tbe lAtreuehmena « the second column was ordered 4o 
torn tbe heights, to flank tha rebels, and threw them upon tbe , 
rond, where the first column and the cavalry were ordered to 
r«celv« thfm with' vigour. The cavalry were drawn ap ia 
order of battle, at the distance of mnsket shot firotn the enemy, * 
asa reserve.' Soao-aHer th»aiM<* i)pasc«km|s>eiuicd, thCtotreach^ 
meat on the road was evacuated by the enemy, who wiihdrevr . 
to (be intreochmeat u> the heights. The PmidcQt w w <k» 

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■ifctfaikoirerof balU, which were llyin); la kll direetiow; 
■aiicliri^ kit trim with t1ie(featMt eeolaeti. 

ffie twniirf rolnno lunriiif;, lathe Mean timet RMbcd the 
hrighto,«dcrareof the ennny, the rebeta were Miani. Bad fled 
rretipititHT tnwsnl the road. They wen csa]tle(ely pot to 
iterMlc.aad the cavalry onderGeoeral* Pierre ToMMtDt-aod 
CMmaapanaios then, they were cat ta piece*, aad fereial 
ia atn 4ti»> i t pri«gaers. . 

Bariog llw eogacMnent, MHBe faa'nte* were teea te the bay, 
B*ki*t iea^aUTmom ta approach the road. ThePmideot 
irvMMcd the lawn, aad ordered the General af Artillery, Aat* 
trana,ta wake his preparetion ia order to recoive then : hat 
ihfw harps careMly k,«pt ODtnf the no^ of hii caa*. 

The Piw id iBl weat to the ffght, where Bri^aUer Diaiiaoi 

Tifte w aa di » the tiwapa : he ardordaa attihok to l>e made 

M tUMft the rebeb from tbrir poiitioo ; bat on »cco«Dt of 

tMr peat laperiofity «f aaoahem, llMir Mnistance wa« very 

•haaiir.aad their lire extremely br(<h. The Seventh BatU- 

li<a oca d»de a rrtmt>ade tnoveetent. The Preridrat then 

wirrd Coleoel Richer, who liad.heen left at St. Marc with a 

haaJiiB of reserve to ibove (Wrward, aad rapport the .Seventh, 

irj'iiiru dine, and theitaUle vu rc-ei4ablikiird^ ThiioXcrr 

Jjt'oi; proceeded along Hie thore, turned the exttemily of the 

I'K »r Ike rctM-U(° and from that nomrnt the victory Wai de- 

' jni. Tb- Uurse (uanU came ap at the same time, nude a 

''Vff, and ti:e tlijjht became genera]. The remainder of the 

d.; wi« eiiipiu}ed in M>archiac and securinj the prisoners, 

«13 Liil correaied (iicunelvesio the bmhrt, and thcundrrwnod, 

<9tcaare on tiutb (idc-3 of the road. Several Colonels, IJrutr- 

-d» C«!>a£l-, auJ otber nrdrm,,viih oumbrrs of (oldieri, 

' cRsuiie prikooen. ThcrebcU illed from tbc field of battle, 

^fiCuUet I;0 catered nith their liilled.aod wounded. Nij^hl 

pat atiop to the parsuit, nnd prevented their total extenntaalioo. 

Tae ai tiouc ladled >i X boar^nrh, durinr which the trnopaof 

thf Xottieyioced the greatest bravery. General Dia<taoi was 

viaade^ ia ihe asm ; Captain Le Jenne, Aid-ile-CaBp of the 

Pieddnt, hjd an eye (hot away bya ball ; Linmntait CalantI 

Saofoiat, of the herv-)ni9rd>, w.-ts woMnded t the two baita> 

'■•asiiftlc seewod rv^menthad aiaJeafarred march of thirtv,' 

n^ka^esin three davs, bat their ardoitr, nhtwitbttanding theW 

^>K!W was oat relajted. 

Oatbe36tb, the (^eneralf P<err<> TooisMitt aad Cottereaa 
nKiiaed the purmil by Montmit, Let Verrftet, and Leu Mai- 
Kii. .The Prrciienit went to MoatTonh, and ordered that p*. 
Inia ihoald be established all alopf; the lea shore, to .interrupt 
Bcbof the fugitives who should attempt to reach the barges and 
oaott which were ready to fiicllltaie their escape. They were 
>ta«H all made prisoaers, perhhing with hanjtrraiid thiril, aad 
nn>V the tnitor who had exposed ifaem to their prrtent aiise- 
nUe sitaaijon. Colonel Cbibaise, who pnrsaed them in the 
amttiut. took aaaay prlsoaers, and bronght offthcir eutoars. 

Tktir famonj nearnil. Senator Bbaoet, maintahied his eha- 
nclrr of cowardice at the very ontset of the engagement j he 
•idrirrw to Haotroha Cteagdes, dUtant from, the field ofbattle, 
uJlefl his troops withoat a ColDn^ulde^. 

N« canny beiaf aoy Jobger tn be seen, thetroops of the North 
'om tnt hack to tbeir cantamnents. The hattartfln of the '87lh 
•wndered to take ehargtr of the prlmnen « and after having pnt* 
''''a the attestarysaecoar for the wounded, the Pmldent re- 
■^tvd with bis hnrte fuards to the Cape, where hif arrived on 
aAfTT aatfeorKier. Ia the evening there was a geoeral IllamI* 
■»i«a. The^ortroactaael with these words:— 

" The /rieod pf havaoity, the man that lovei his eoaatry, 
Mwha«h«v«tbe Uwt, askiMtlimeir whafiost be the nhtjert 
•f Ac rebel ^toa, wh«a he that exposes I* certain tieath the 
"nenlfe tooli «e hi* aaWtton ? What wonW have brra the 
^ ft those aoCattanate creatures, whom the chance of war 
rrt Imo tte:haad«'or the president, if his cfemeacy had not 
' Ihem. ered afktr they Ifad raised thctr arms agaiaH his 
1 ''WhV-dM« the eanaittal- lotion cause the shedding of 




^^•A blaa4, aa4(*> i.t- ix U> nofsuance of a nNMitf dkftrae-«coiicerlh4'wlin «>ar implaca^e eneiay, the 
wariA, lor dttlti^hinf the pepaUtMft uiT llayU ; 
^^%1M WW !t,l**y% tMe Atvoarite olject af the Pmich 
"■■% jbtkich PHtoit ta the Kcret abettor, aad wbhrh neVirr 
■*«;BM;«a kotfiaii-Uobd, What sUed io gnOfy their 


lutructMiu t» which m.v Roj/al Detrte •/ llu SStA Nntmttr, 
180T, bturt TtJiTtmc*. 

The Govemon whom I was pleased to noratnate, by my Roval 
Decree of this present date, to govern these kingdoms dorii^ 
my abieoce, will have the asusU oaths adminittered to I hem by 
the Cardinal Patriarch, and will attend with all solicitade, 
vigtlanre, and activity, in the admlaistratiea of jastiee, di^ 
tribatiog the tame Inpartially, and maiolainiaB a rigttraoR. 
observaaoe of the lawi! of this kiagdoia. They will proerva 
to the nalivcsatl the- privileges which had been j^raoied U> tbeia 
by. me and. my Royal Predecessors. The plurality of votes 

ill decide on the reports the rciprctive Tribunii]] may lay 

;fare them, regntatii^ themselves accordine to the \aiI% and ' 
Ciittoirtt of the kiiij(riom. Tbcy will dircW literary profestttms, 
otficrs, of criminal and civil Judicature and revenue, according 
to the forms heretofore practised by roe- They will proteet tti« 
persons and properiirsuf ny loyal sahjeeta, selecting lor military 
(KTapatlon« those who may be deemed worthy theteof. They 
will endeavour to prvcrrve to their utuiost the tranquillity of 
this kingdom, to provide fur the troops of the Emperor of the 
rreach and King of Italy good quarters, and ta supply them 
with every thing they may require, during their stay ia tbit 
kii^hai, averliagall and eiery insult that may be per'petratrd, 
and puoishiug with rigour any tiiat may orciifi maintaiaiai; . 
always the ^ood hafmaay which ought to be displayed to the , 
armies of nations with whom we find ourselves united on tlie 
Comiaeat. Should it by any occnrrrnce happen, that any o/ 
the said Gavemori are ahi«nr, a plaralii.t of voteik will elect a 
Sucaessor. .1 trust to your hoaoaraod virtur, that my peoui* 
will nut suffer it'convcoieacci durii^ my abseuer; and ih«mta it 
W "God's will that I should shortly return to' my kingdoms, (hat * 
I may meet every one contented aad tatikfied, reigaiag a-oung 
them that good order aad tranqailiity which sboaliL ex itt 
among sul^ecu who have rindered thcmrelte* so wortbv of wy ' 
paiental care. 

PaUu •/ Q»T Ladg, of Jjvif, n tU Hth tj Sntmier, MOT. 
(Signed) Tms fiavm. 


Daring the December Meeaag of tha Oranffr-mea at Vetarx'k 
bridj^r, ia the County of Armagh, an extraordinary cancoanc 
of. people aucwbled, which, on beit« dismissed, proceeded 
tuBHiltaoasty, in a body, and continued parading the rouatry - 
the whole night, with a mott drKidful noise ami yelling. & 
imiuiion of the Irish cry at faiiera);. This could not (ail oC 
exciting great alarm oawngtt.tbe Cathalirs of that neigbbovr- 
hood, it having ofirii faithrrto4>eeiUhc Itarbingrrof dektructioa 
(o piany of tbrm. IlappUy, however, it pnidwcrd lio further 
Immediate effect, hut it certainly has left an impresUouon thev 
miads. of approaching danger, oiving to the circumstance' of ° 
soaM gentleawn.of c»o>>deral>le property being at the kfud of . 
this piarty. Govenmcnt ought to ubvlate the rralizatiou of 
these, apprehrosiona, by tame poiilive pruceediog, if the wea- 
sunMof terror and nuckiag are uot tu jbecamc, ouce agfia, t£e ' 
order aad policy of Uu; day. 

A fctieral and very widely-extended search can>meacf4 
(hrim^hout the district of ClonmcuK for conce.iied arms, au), 
notwithatqadhig the most crafty piecaatioas, which wf! know 
ore leiurtfid to l>y tbure miscr.-auU who have lan'Ies(>ly ob- 
tii^rU the^, nod. the number brought in has been very c'on- 
siitein'ilf. The niiigc of couniry covered nas in Icutft 
nearcixty miles, aad, in aHiny places, in breadth ibove' 
twenty t and the routes of every party were so accuiately 
drliaeatrd, that thore «as scarrfly a paH of it uavitiled. 
We canr.ot too highly .ipptaud thrjudcmcot of (itqeral M'Ken< . 
.C4A m the dt^poHiioa and arraogenteat of the military, «or '' 
kp&ik in terms too highof tlie seal aiidala«rity witliialhich 
ItteoOreMaari aiea, enH<toyed on the service, parsisted in a ' 
'Vei-X.hMW<iog qxairtioa, i« nuMt instfmcei lastlM fcuw day*. 
Wight UUnight-CiU. . — • "fr' 

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JAN. 8. 


Jt the Courtat fVindtor, the I8tk day of December, 1807, 
preieni, (he hhig'a .ilont Excellent Meje$ty in Council. 

His MtyMty in and with theadvice of his Priry 
ro\inciI, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that nothmp in 
|Ii» Majesty's Order in Council of the llth of Noventiber. 
last shall extend, or be construed to extend, to permit any 
vessel to import any iirtirles of the produce or manufncturc 
«<■ the enemy's Colonies in the West Indies, dircrtfrora such 
Colonic* to anv port of this kingdom i and it is further 
' ordered,' that all Tessel* which may arrive in the ports of 
this kingdom, direct from the Colouies aforesaid, snail, w - 
Tertheles'i, be released, npon proof being made that the 
charter-party or other a«;rccment for the voyage was en- 
tered into before notice of this Order. And the Rii^ht Hor. 
the Lords Comraisnioners of His Majesty's Treasury, H's 
Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, the Lords Conimit- 
•ioners of the Admiralty, and the Judges of the High Court 
of Admiratty and Courts of Vice-Admiraltv, are to take the 
nece«i<iry measures herein as to them shall respectively ap- 
pertain. • fV. f-JUMBlfilM. 


Jo.sepb Jobnvnn and John Sutham, of Twickett's Mills, 
NnrlhamplonFhirc, and Thomas JohivoD, of Hyde-street, 
Blnoimbury, millers, from Dec. 19 to Feb. 6, M tea, at Goild- 
ball; London. 


Oenr^ Dixon, of Lancaster, Ktover, to sarrender .Tan. S, 1?, 
and Feb. 9, at eleven, at f •uildhall, London. Attomies, Messrs. 
Berrv and Jame;:, Bacllersbury, L*ndon. 

'William Wright, of Queeohithe, provkinn merchant, Jan. 5, 
16, and Feb. 9, at ten, at Guildhall. Atlomey, Mr. Sweet, 
King's Heiirh Walk, Temple. 

iainet llawrit, of Kglwysilan, 'ilamorcan.'ihire, shopkeeper, 
Jan. !*>,' IS, and Feb. 9, at eleven, at the An^el IniK CardilT, 
fiUmor;;fta!ihire. Attornies, Mr. I.ewl8, CardilTt or Messrs. 
Price and flrowne, l.iitcnln's-lnn, London. ' 

F.lizabeth Juvo/ and Cl»rle<i Jaxon, of Birminjcham, brass- 
fnqnders, Jan. 15, 16, and Teh. 9, at eleven, at the ShaVespeaie 
Tavern, Bimilngliani. Attomies, Mr. Carter, Staplc-iao, Loo- 
don; nr Mr. Bntt, Birmingham. 

James Chard, of Anchor and ' Hape-all»y, Red Llon-streel, 
St. George's In the Kast, painter, Jan. <, at eleven, 9, and Feb. 
9, at ten, at Gnildball. Miontj, Mr. Dawne, Ilenrietta- 
*lree<, Covent Garden. 

William White, of BirrainKham, tailor, Jan. !•, at one, X9, 
and Feb. 9, at eleven, at the White Hart Inn, Birmingham. 
Attomies, Mr. Constable, Syraond's-inn, Chaocery-laae ; or 
Mr. Simcoz, Birmingham. 

WHIiam Ntcholls, of Minchlnbamploa, Gloncestershire, clo- 
(Mer, Jan. 5, at Ave, 0, and Feb. 9, at eleven, al tbe'George 
Jon, Strood, Gloucestershire. Attomies, Messrs. Sheppard and 
Adllogten, Bedfbrd-row, London i or Mr. Wathen, Strond.' 

fiamnel May and John Spooner, of Great Portland-stfeet, 
Mary-le-bnne, haberdashers, Jan. 8; I A, and P'eb; 9, at eicreii, 
al Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Drake, Old Fish*stre«t, Docton' 

William Tankard, of Bristol, cabinet-maker. Jail. 14, 16, 
•ad Feb. 9, at eleven, at the Rummer Tdvero, Brtatsl. AKtor- 
Dies, Mr, Vowles, Bristol (. or Mr. BMnet, Ocaq'srcourt, St, 


- Jiio. SO. Henry Botcher, of Hytbe, Kent, sadler, $t twelve, 
at Guildhall, London. 

Feb. 9. Edwan^ Wbiteloek, of Qdfeen's-row, Pentonville, In- 
•araoee broker, ai ten, at (inltdhnll; 

Jan. 81. Ftederick Bartbniomew Paetseb and Josvpb' Merry, 
of.BtcniiaKbaB, poitcr^deahrk, M eieveii,.*^ (b* Cattle lob, 

Jan. 19. Thomas Tite, nf Dnventry, Nortlmroptoosbire, auc 
tinneer, at ten, at the Woolpack loa, Vfurivirk. 

Jmi. tS. Arthur I^wi's, of Bnnhiiry, Oxfordshire, mercer, at 
eleven, at the White Lion, Bunbur-. 

Jan. 19. Tbomas Mason, of SbefRrld, corn-lactor, at twelve, 
at the LiltletnnV Arms Inn, Sloffordshirr, 

Jan. 19. John Kelly Crahav, nf Fouey, Corawall, mer- 
cbani, at two, at the Tatbot Inn, Cornwall. 

Jan. i9. James AVard, af Banbury, 'Ozfurdshire, dyer, at 
one, at the White Lion Inn, Unnbury. 

Jm. 99. Beiijamin Bower, of Manchester, merchant, at two, 
at the Palace Inn, Manchester. 

Jan. ST. John Julian, of Robber's Mill, Nottii^bamshire, 
.miller, at eleven, at the Blackmnor's Head, Notlinitham, 

Jan. 83. Isa«c Rowc, irf Mile Ijid Gieea, aMiiMt, iit ten, 
at GulUball. 


[The Gazette of this Evening contains a Prorlamalion re- 
pertint the acyitdication of prizes to the captors i a peraii!>H<in 
to the 85th Regiment of Light Dragoons, inconsequence of their 
gnnd conduct In the battle of I.tsmarret, to bear the mnie of 
that place on the front of their helmets : the rapWre of La Sybllle, 
a FreiKh privateer pierced for 14 guns, aiid with 43 men on 
bnard, by bis Mi\jcsty'ii ship the Seine : the capture of the 
Spauisb prlvateer.^fflordeIa Palrio, with 8 ions, ami &1 men, by 
the Baerhanle and the Rein Deer : ntt.'Aigk, French privateer, 
of 14gnos, and 66 men, by the Resistance { aod of L« Rtcipratil't 
French privateer of 14 g«ns, bv the Lion. By orders from the 
Treasury, the bounties for re6n1ng sugar, ftc.tare extended t* 
the ports of Liverpool and Leith, J 


John Annaodale and I-^mund Jacklyn, of Dowgate-hlll, rac« 
mercbaolB, froin Jon. 5, to Jan. 19, at eleven and one, at Uaild* 


Joseph Pimblntt, of Macrlesfleld, Chester, grocer, to iarrm« 
der Jan. 15, at three, lA, at eleven^ and Feb, 1.1, at two, at the 
MardesfleM Arms lintel, Macdesfleld. Attomies, Mr. (irims 
ditch, Maccles0eld( or Messrs, BeH and Broderirk, Unw-hine. 

Joseph Horracks of Bolton, Lancaster, mnslin-manufatiarrr, 
Jan. 9, 89, and Feb. 13, at eleven, at the Bridge Irni, B<(lfan. 
Atlornies, Mr. Ralph Boafdnun, Bolton i or Messrs. Meddow- 
croft and Stanley, Gray's Inn,- London. 

Thoasas Lockier, liile of Upper Thames-street, nerebaal, . 
Jan. S, 8S. at one, and Feb, 13, at twelve, at Goildball. At> 
tocnies, Messrs, Deooetbaud Greaves, King's-Arros-yard, Cole, 

William Bishop, ofStappleharst, Kent,sadler, Jan.'8,9, and 
Feb. 1.1, at eleven, al the (ienrge Inn, Cranhrnok. .Attomiet, 
Mr. Oltaway, SlaplebuKt ; or Mr. Ualase, Bnuuwick-s({uare, 


Feb. 9. Thomas Smith Williams, of Miocing-laiie, ship«. 
broker, at elfven, al Gnildball, London. 

Jan^ 81. Thomas Weaver, Manchester, cornfaclor, at eleven, 
al the Dog Tavern, in Deaasgate, Manchester. 

Jan. 8Tr Henry Jcmwr, Norwich, linen-draper, at foar, at 
the King'»IIea4> Norwich. . . 

Jan. 86. Anthoox Johnson, Cbe(t«rfieId,.gi-ocer, at eleven, at 
the Fafean Ion, ChesUrfield. 

' Jan^ a6.''Saaiuel Saoliirth, jao. and John Cartledge, Newbeld, 
Derby«biie,. potters, atfaur,.it< •!» Aogel, Chesterfield. 

Feb. 1. Edward Oalas, Leeds, dtysalter,. at eleven, at the 
Hptel, 'Leeds. 

Jan. 88. TboniDS Abell, ' Attlehargh, Norfolk, grocer and 
dfapcr,.at eleven,' at the Cock Ion, Att)rbnrgh. 

Jan. 86. Robert Dawsoo, St. Paul's Church-yard, potter, at 
ten, at GnUdh«IL ' 


Davie Keer, Framlingham, SnlTolk, sprgeoo and apolbentf^, 
rWilliapi Fortnum, Ball-alley, Lombard-street, statlpner,. 
. 'William Hoad, Faf«bam, Hants, batcher, 
' '.liVilliaro OrgUl and Joseph Burton, Mancbeiter. 
,• "WjMUmJ^fiKluIimfUoWf Salop, mrrccy and d(»p«r» - 

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JAN. 3. 





lb Pio/tTETOBt »/ Tae Sxtlim**, Bcoimeb Vk .■«/ 
aot h/kre (Mr Jtniterf aUik bn *r»logv. 2%«y htn* 
mtie pnfi$M*iu t thty have ttUUatemrtd t» fulfil Ihmt nail 
tltUufcnt »fthne tnitwnun thefdntre- to itjiulgtd, ani 
hituforftU in the pvbVe ifhtitn. At pnnent l/ieg tnly 
mufuwari t9 pU4ge thrmtclvta tIM thtre uitl be N<> PAt.t.> 
ticorroFTRi* Paper; thai titt nimt laltKti, the nmein- 
Mr) Ml ht employed to complete KvekY NlTllRKtt at the. 
inn; ni Ikn/ feel atxureil, (hit if thru hai'r prafril thtm- 
ska wrtif a/ the I'utHe /aiKit|r, it kW be veuehtaftH thhn. 

Jtti IrtifutUfnctttrti It thrirj'eelingtf la have to exprmt in thflr 
Finl StmitTf thoir grafiliide to «i> tfoprtftiteiUcil Lht of 
iAiaikrttiietiitgtUshtil bp their rank in tofiielgy bg tSeirpoli- 
Mmiunet, by their taxte tnk learning. Theg feetpri,Hil, 
tULOntaTfiniiiiatltu «ftkeie lUan hat oltraHei tilth mark- 
id ilMkn, tad »» paint or *tp»kceuill, o/raune, be jfaeti 
front a cmetinneinee of the ntnte Jtultetinf appretatlon. inform their Iteaden, that an Ap|in>pritit« 
Ea(i(«nlwal Titlr-pngr tsm foMed up in every Paper of 
TlisDtv'i'ifiTlOKAl. Registsk, prrfloHt to itt leaving 
UtO^; but if through any accident it thou Id not be dt- 
tnni, Sabtcribert will be bnmtiiutelj/ Jurntthtil teith it by 
*<£■; (• the Ojfce. 




nuricdt arisirtt or tub irauK. 

iw^ th* articles of intelligence whicK wc haye'rcT 
ttneitUi week, the'moit important, or at least the most 
"fniif, is a new decree of Bbnaparts- axaiiMt<our 
'Mwrcc. One iroald have imagined tliat" bis last edict 
WniuiHtadhi»sc^e«ie« of Tengeancet bot the.retaiiat- 
<f )"daiiittioa of our goTuniinent ha* again set his in- 
*"(■• to work ; and, sihoe we arc beyond bis reach, he 
^nthed towrf«k hii vengeance on all neutrals who 
*«MBerifice their commerce to complete his schemes 

liUiiaew edict, he decneestthatevcryship, to whatever 
'"wkbdo^s, that h»suDd<)rtak<;a»voya^to fiagland, 
H w; tai to onr goTemment, or 'even ntbmill»4 to be 
'^hfng EngHtkikipi ibaH, for that action alone, 
'"atUtn'tUted, ie considerad' at k»«i«g forf^ted thi 
l^na of its khig, and beectme BnfKvh propetly! AH 
* w«eb thus ^entttowlUeil, are declared to be la.wfiil 
F^ whfther they enter the port* of Ftaaee wd her 
^«.orfalliato the hands of' their ships of war cff- jiri- 
, ''''^ The British Islands are dedaret} to be in a state 

^fkade, both by sea and land j and every veMel, of 
''^CT aation, going to or from the ports qt Britain, 
•[^Coloaies, is declared to be lawful priae. To con- 
"^ tk« angntar edict, it is dedwed to be a mere 
•*wof rebiliation against Engfaind I 

'*• decree serTes to shew how far Bo)rAM»tc Wy be 
""«* kejfwd the bounds, not only of policy, bot wen of 
'^'•*J*>ea6bwig^f«ry of hispaaitM. The i^foaft 

wliich the British Island* will sustaui, from a blockade 
by sea, while the epemy dares not send out a single vcsseU 
u;ilesvby stealth^into the Ocean, pannot much alarm us « and., , 
the MDic circuin«tanr«s must frae neutral* from any con- 
siderable apprebeniion*. The terms of the decree, hou- 
ever, shew bow ready h« is to sacrifice the interest* of hi» 
owa subject*! aud of ail ol^r «a4io«* in the uaiierie, to 
gratify kis nng«v«rBable.-r«*e)itia«nt. • 

- But it is France that chiefly «iiA«r from this im- 
potent ebullitiott of vongeanre. To tha d««f«e is subjoined, 
in the. UantUittt m Circular Letter from the H>ni*ler of 
the iBterior, in which the cpia^rable condition to which 
France i* reduced by the prohibitory edicts of A^roiasier, 
isjorcibly though uniatnttionaliy depicted. The Minister ' 
iieni breathes nuthing of that lotty tone which has hereto- 
fore promiAed the speedy conquest of Britain, the sack of 
London, and the utter annihilation of the great rival of 
France. He tells the owners of privateers, that they will 
have greater chnnve for booty; he expresses a hope that 
neutrals may poiuibly elude our cruisers i he consoles his 
cpuotrymentlnt their privations will be oaly temporary t 
and thnt suhstitntes will probably be fonnd for the neces- 
saries and cpitiforU of which they will be deprived. This 
is truly an altered tone for a MiirLilcr of France ; and what 
must give tho slriwgest idea of the iud«fensible absurdity 
of. her ruler** present measures. 

I" Fii the course of the week, a ntim'ber of American 
papers have been received. They cuntaia the first proceed- 
ings in Congress relative to the disputes with Great Britain. 
There it rauHi bullying in the tone of the Americar^ 
orators, yet it appears evident that they- are much afraid 
of the consequences of a 'rupture with this country, as' 
indeed tliey may. The merchants of Philadelphia and of 
several other places, have pre«entcd strong memorials 
against the Non-lntportation Act, «4iich the poliry 
of Jefferson ha* never mforeed, though left at hi* dis- 
cretion. These memorials, which discover such 'a marked 
aversion to any rupture with Great Britain, have been re- 
jected by a majority ; but at the snme time, some vio- 
lent Resolution* agaiiitt Britainjhavo been rejected with 
equal firmness. . Tiie Report on the affair of tlie Chess- 
peake was very intemperate i bnt the Junction of the great 
opposition orator, Mr. Randolph, formerly the staunch 
friend of Britain, with the' advocates for war, shews his 
opinion that the American Government is inclined to paei-'' 
fie measure). It u, indeed, said that our wise abandonraeDt' 
of any pretension to search ship* of war, ha* entirely donn 
away the hostile feeling* of the American Government i 
and in this case we need not faar the foolish viole'nto of- 
those demagogues who would vainly attempt to wrest from 
us oven the right of searching nierchantmen. 

There is one eircunutance which we cannot pass dnno- 
tieed. Lord EasaiNe, it scerai, had some time ago, from 
what motive we do not presume to conjecture, invested a 
considerable portion of hi* property in the American fund*. 
When hi* son wa* appointed Americno Aivbassador, this 
Tory cireumstMice wa* stat«d ks one of the catues of thaf. 
•ppoiBtmant, M it waf-iapposed hi* interest, in AmedM - 

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would render him m<>r« Mxiomto prawrve •mutj batweea 
the two cotmtrie* > a dangeroiu maA impoliUc priRciple, 
which might often set the iotereits ^f M AmbSMMlor in di- 
rect oppotition to hi« diitj to hif coontrf. It appear* that 
Mr. Ersxi!c>> alarmed at the diseaMioBi betweeathit coon- 
trj and America, had recently trantferred hii father's pro- 
perty in the Americaii fundi, to Kcure U ct all eveota. Tltii 
circumftance, which m impoliticaily inditated hi» apprfr- 
hcnsiuns, exdted in the dttom^ogatt a detire not to let inch 
a prey escape thehu i 'and a motioa waa aroordingly made 
by one LroN* to prevent raeb traatfen of Bcitixh property 
it the Ameriean i^ds. The ntolton wtt iMgathed ; b«it 
the eVident imp<4i«j of thii Middm trantfbr by cor Ambat- 
«ador wat not removed. 

The Couriers paasing and repasani; throngK France, to 
Count Staurehbehs, have eycit«d much attention, and 
given riiic to iuuumerable reports. To us thejr only seem 
to indicate that Bona paiite is little anxious to forcis Au- 
Atrta into hostiliti(^s, which cannot possibly do us any barra. 
Tlic stay or the departure of Count SrABBBitBEaa is. an 
object of e<|ual imp«rtance. 

^eme letters hare been published, which p a we d betw«en 
<icn. WaiTSLOOKB, and Linibrs the comipandcrat Buenos 
lAyrex. They are chiefly t'emarkable fbr the uiter igno- 
rance of the lituation of the enemy which the English Ge- 
neral displays. On the 4th of July, he summons G^merat 
J.iVieRs to surrender, with great professtom of hi* own cle- ' 
mency; and on the Sth, LiHjeBs witKciiaal. pnifecsions, . 
returns the same summon;, to which General Whitb- 
i.nrkB, Duw. better latotmei, finds himself obliged to 
const n(l 

' A vetml, which arrived yestofday from the coaat of 
Fr;iur«, bring* the topic* of^conTcrsatioa at Chitrante>and 
Houideaux. TbeK are a meditated repudtation of the 
Knipr^ss JosBPaiHE, and a marriage of Bohafabtb with 
n sisK>r ut the Russian Empbhob t to which is added a pro- 
ject of pving LcctcN Bosapartb the Crown of Spain, and 
iix'emnrO'iug the Prince of Astdrias with that of Portugal. 

A Deputation from the Americih Merchants waited npon 
tlic Chancellor of the Exchequer on Sbturday •e'nnlght, 
to ol>tain .information a« to some points cooneeted 
with the lat# Orders of Council, and particularly to ascer- 
tain whether it was intended to impose any tax on articles 
of American produce, on board such American ships as 
siiituM, pursuant to their Orders, tonch at British ports. 
'I°h« in^niry of the Deputation was principally directed to 
tlte article 4(f Cotton, and the answer of Mr. Perceval was 
i[uile drcisfve, that Miuisters do intend to propose a duty 
upon th^ article. Upon asking, whether such American 
khiiis as should not, in c'onscfiucoce of tlie French Decree, 
feel it safe to proceed to an enemy's pnit, after having 
touched in this country, would be allowed a licence to sail 
ill anv other direction 1 the answer was, that no licence 
« (HIM l°-« granted to any other tbaa the port of such ship's 
oiVgioal destination. 

The ol])K«t of the expedition under G^eral Fpencer an4 
.^ir C. Cotton, we are informed, is not a very distant onc{ 
and we't}ier<?fore conclude that this force' will join Sir 
Sidney'* and General Moore's. It is said we (hall aoon 
hi^ of Ccntabeing in poMKssion ef the British. 

Foot camp*, coqwatiii^ «f ii.OOO men «icb, beank* Yeo- 
manry, ave to beiimnediatcly forme4 m sevenil district* in 
Irehuid. One, it i* said, is to be fixed In Atblone, another ] 
' in Am^bnacloy, a third at Bandon, and a' fourth in Strabane. 

The convoy ^rlved at fpltb^d from (Ubmltsr, was tm I 
WedneMtay pat under qnarantine at the Motbor Bank. ' It 
9$ttt, Fnuer, Wynyttrd^anl Oitkcf , laMfld^M^ Tkaxtitj. I 

The troopa . amred Mawttnt-ti^hotweeH eight and niae 
thonaand men. They consist of all the guards that wers 
in Sicilj t the SOth, 5td, 18th, and the second battalion of 
the S&m rtsgineiit*, I w ri d u mtfUcry aad ai^ineer*. This 
foi«e was probably to co<«feta(e witk Sir Sidaey lauth ia 
secarine tfie M**e«aian irf^tM Poftiijgiiesa Bavj. 

The Captain of a vessel from Cadac *tatas,' tnat previoos 
to hi* departure from that city, it had btta eattray eva- 
cuated by Uie Spanish troops, tiie great body of which bad 
proceeded to Portu|ptl, under tnecommandof the Mar- 
quis di Solano, who i* 'Governor of Cadiz. The remaiader ' 
of the Spanish troops had, ia conjunction with a French 
force, gone on board the French ahd Spanish ships in the 
harbour, which, with six months provision on board, were 
ready for sea, and daily expected to sail. The inhabitaiits 
were, as our Informant state*, coasideraMy' antated by 
the apprehenaioa of an attack from an Inglirii flert and 
army. TheCaptainw«alhidei»ai**adds,th«tfiNir«iBiMa 
merchanto have been recettUy ariaestedat Cadix, apona 
charge of having spoken 4i*raspectAil of the JPrioce ti 
Peace. This arrest toek place .imtnediatqly before the 
Captain's departure. Such an event would iinplj the undi. . 
minished power of the Prince of Peace. , . 

Many are the efforts which Bonaparte has made tadim- 
nidi the comforts of. our countrymen. He has endeavourdi 
even to deprive the town of iU usual pleasures, by UTJnj 
an embargo on opera dancers and singers « ahd by lAalisg 
war npon the milliner* who even traUkmit their fashinas. 
But we can 4iew him ovr indepantaice hi theM •« w«A as 
in other articles. We have- voices a* swaet, and fisfi m 
nimble as any that cau be intporled. Ouir millinehi declare, 
tbaHhetr tr a Bt was- never wwolon ri t h i n g MMn atprf«< 
senti and Mr. Millard, of Southwnpton-street, Mrand, 
assure* u*. that the demand for his rashionabiestraw bati 
b becoming greater then he can almost supply. • 

A West Indian GenHemair, in a fit ef deapondcncy. pnt 
an end to his existence at the Hummams. The tCoroner's 
Jury, which sat on the body, brought \n a verdict.of 


Friday morning, after breakfast, his Mt^e<(v rode on 
horseback In Windsor Park, by Cranbourne, tillhalf past 
twelve o'clock, accompanied by the Dukes of Kent aad 
Cambridge, Princesses Augnsta, Sophia, and Amelia, at> 
tended by Lady Ely, Count . Munstcr, Generals Mauning- 
ham and Cartwrignt, Colonels Upton and Taylor. 

Friday at twelve o'clock, the Duke of Kent arrived tt 
Windsor. All the Royal Dukes were expected m the 
coarse of the aftefimin, to dine with berMi^jcaty and th* 

The following is said to bean original Letter frmn Lady 
Craven, to one «f her Theatrical female frienda, who 
asked hme Mk* Uke4 ker dt^tff ^tOuMUm. 

«V BBABT*»«»»» / 

No dMBbt yoa are iaterestad (a the qasstiof b« islUne me m 
«B«n my opiaioa of " Matrim»na*'-Ai woulu he " Lqvci 
LahtmrUtt." Iadk>edifI4itl<kedUintlie " flMts Jlf.<)ii"-il 
yon oMNiaiw sack » prude, as to.Teiain year, old aplaUia ol 
'• XanUgt i tm mods^ aad stiU poasM e rHa* fefWsA, t weai^ 
advise yoa by all •aeaH (o catch the " Fitli at U FHtt, 

ErovidM yott bit apon smae soner spark who has sowa kii 
WiU Oalt"- " trU^* •«," yoa knaw however, J 

Hpan " XnrfMp" yorshonM'ot like thestatt, wbf Tea anj 
inuise >• 7«* Ih»U (« Pas" ia the " Schaalftr Standatf" aw 
of coarse, (he resott of yohr "fTedMng Dag" will then forn 
n v*ry preuy •• tniHtr't Tt^ V Tbas, ia all evMlv, I 
iubioBMble wwqa^ i*a wlU. •• M4i** (*$ WUi.*' K) 


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•• Wmiitr" at tilUilg, fyf "vou" know " Lnufh icStn'you' 
Oa°' kmt bcm ever my nmxfm. Bat to be irriaai— fellow 
■jr •Arhr— ia •• T*rre tVitH rfltr ' Marriage" ipeah of 
if— ■** ^< f*« Uike Ui" Btid If Tou an disappoialed rail 

■e a " roBBfr, Ol/-!" " 'iW FHettilg kg Hatf." WHh 

nrb rkarnu ai van pasfv: I know all yiM want is " tit* tVilt" 

Moarricd, yoii oiaTf. quite. io Xhe fiuhioo, ^ct «i yo« 

?; and ifyoar ipoO!"" brinwj **^ Pre*e*e(l Hationti," viky 

VMi auT Wlic irow.oWn ** il?r«ai!fr/' *nd Aakeliiin a " Smpi- 

W^/'— If Doit (notwithttDvdin^'all I Invejald) yoare- 

mtJm obatiaale akid tl«)(lr, pertejn^ in. niac mtWIlM iieoce, at 

« Ttrnftm IM-Me," 1 may proAfW ak M4i(ienkl iiMa^effleal. 

AdW«,yoar'>,&r. .- •" .-D. 

If, u Swift nyt, i3od baidMreot'rerengetgainitput^- 

■iagt tke hie Geiolrn S«1«tb, wat udfortanate indeejl^ Si> 

aaAlest vaa he iff hi* powers in thif way, that -be once 

ket a ftiead five guiaea* that be wouM produce a pun on 

Of ftaea mlf f eet' * * DoBe," lepiiei liis firieadt " jni»«n 

dKfiar."— ** Umiw it. mao, (E^oined the witty George), 

Teakaow jiut as well a* I do tUkt the King's ■• nOjeet /'' 

trbes Garrkk in the zenith of his power* took his 
fticBd Doctor Johnson, tp view hicraluahle eslates-which, 
h a late decree, bis widow has been ejected from, the 
"notio n tbey ctosed in the mind of the parent moralist 
ns siai^ar, •• Ab Davidi David; David, (exdaimed t)i« 
Doctor tappio* the sh<wlder of oar immortal Roscins) 
thse err the tking* which make a dealhieil(err»le."ltl 

Oa the rumour of a coalition, an opposition wit tatel; 
observed, that, he was sure Lord Howick nev^r woold dei 
•art priadplca vhidh he had grom G<^ >a< 



Erra«onDixi.*r rcDCSTki4}« v«»e«T«Kt^<i.-<^ ^tr- 
na of the name of Tardley, a-vlclonlter. In BeHtsbire, who, 
M ka heat stated, reeenily spnias fbrth, ' to aMont^h the anu> 
tnns of ai^le spam, a«d to rival tlie peikitrians of the day, 
overtook, oa Wedoetdliy w'nalKfat, to perform $0 miles ?a two 
koanaad a half, for a stake of 50 guloeas. lie started oA a 
pierr af groaod abont 4 miles frbm CfoydOn at W or'dock, yet- 
•odar BMrnioe, to )co' a mile to and freoi i he ran t miles 
i« n adoatrs. C in 18, t in IS, 9 In U, « In 19, « in IT, and 
1^ 4 last aslles in M minates— total, 8 miles ia t46 mimitcs; 
The pedestrian, it will be seen, had two miles to go la 4 mi- 
Ma, when be resij^d, visibly tbti^ued. He only hatted for 
*«*t wo miontrt daring the race, when heeat a monlhful of 

oiAra and drank half a pint of moHed wioe. The day was 
«l»ely nnfovoDtable fur the pedestrian, who, if the report 
prtsnwt, -dld'tBe dtstauce in 1e»i than the );iven time, on' 
nMav last, whilst training. He if of low statore, and 3( 
3—* «( aft. His Kfnlar step was to do 8 miles in 15 minutcn. 

■■un.— Tactday the Lord Mayor ofdand the prTre oj 
■wad M bn raised half an assise, or a psaay ia ibe peek JiaftI 
The sMrtem iMTof wheMen will then be sold for IIM. ao 
t s mr hoM^ 


Tonda) a Court of Directors was held at the East Indn 
loose, when the foUowing ships were thus timed, viz. 

SaphraieM Sir WiUiaa itemley. Sovereign, Madras and Bea- 
{■It Manarch.irorthamberiands Madeira, Madras, and Beo- 
pit Alexander, Madeira and Bombay. To be alloat TTSb 
'■••ry. Sail from Gravesntd 87 «h Feb. 

Hwiict, Madras and Baikal i Haddort, Bombay. To be 
■sattlthPeb. Sail frMo Gmvesrad llth March. 

TheConrt aAoomed at 6 o'clock tm Wednesday next. 

Tee Court of Directors of the Bast India Company, on 
^tanday. orderad the foDowi^ ship*, viz. 
.Onaa, Ceres, t^anfoo, Donetohire, Alnwick Castle, David 
' ta«, oai'Cmvr,' to prepare tor tlie reception oftrairps, to 
K haded at Madias, ia Iheir entward voyafc to India. 


Drarottic Criticism, or something wbicli bears that title, is 
now so much in request, thuf ar Newspaper can scarcely obtAla 
a great ci^<^llalio(^ withkut'pr»*eoling a preny lurge t* Hon 
of >ach matter. ' We shall, "therefore, devote a considerable' 
space in The Nationxi. KnouTca to this f^ihinnablc sub- 
jrct, although we, do not inieod to treat it in the fa*hioni.ble 
•tyie. Of late, in the most Vopular of the periodical Criiique«, 
the absence of sci«ntIBc principle has bei.-a supplied by Ihc 
superfluity of spleen, and the vrant of eiuerience has b»«a 
coiopeosated by the ebullition of wit. The Yiillacy has ptra!<>i 
tbePt^Mc: because every body can admire what Is trilliant 
in wh. but -every body caaoot detect what t< errnoeuus ia 
'Science. The spectators ia n Theatre are diitniit fnuo the stage, 
and fo'^l dazzlci'theireyes with all the lustre of rpkl gold s The 
readers c^ those current criticisms are remote from those circles 
in which the Drama is oaiterstood, and puiuted aulilbesis strikes 
"them with the force of truth. In the columns of this J*aper 
we shall consider the criticism of the Drama not as a tatk 
which may be slurred by idleness or blotted by caprice : but w 
a science posscatiug principles as certaia and as exalted as the 
general criticism of poMry, of painting, of scnlptare, or of any 
other of the Kine Arts. 

The Drama, considered as a Fine Art, which may become 
the sntiicct of criticism, divides itself oatarally into two parts t. 
the. one is the art. of Dramatic Composition, which wc may - 
criticise as fully as any poetry can be criticised : and the otiier 
is the art of Acting, which can be criiicisfed as fully as we may 
criticise Painting or Sculpture. To dt-aw a parallel between 
the art of Poetry and the art of Dramatic Composition 
would be idle, becntne the lattrr is al.awe4 to be a 
branch of the farmer: but we ara no less certain of oar 
ground, when we assert that there is a strong analogy 
in tbe tbrce arts of PaMrting, Scnlptore, ' and Acting. All 
equally tend to the same object : that is, to plesiie by Ibe just 
'representation of whit is striking, inlrreitiag, or ai^ 
nature. Acting l>ears the same rclittive distance to Sculpture, 
that Scalptnrebean to Paiatiag— far Paiatsng represents Matnre 
by lines mid colours laid on a flat sarflice to be viewed tnai a.' 
single point : Sculpture goas Airiber, and represents the round- 
hness and real pruportinn af Nature in every point from which 
a statne <can be viewed i but Acting sarpasMTs ttiein both, 
and with a Pjometheau power, l^ve* matiua, ai:d Toice, and 

Bu't though Acting, thus considered, of all the Fine Art* 
comes neare>t to Nature's Prototype ; yet it is the most diUcult 
to be criticised, because its productions arc the must evanescent. 
tf we wish to decide on Ibe merit nf a picture or a statue, we 
may keep it before our cyeS, unvarying in its ctpro,tion and un* 
iiljared in its workmanship, for au hour, for a day, fbr years : 
if we disapprove it at a first glance, we have opportonllies of 
discovering iu beauties by dej^rees, of revising, perhaps totally 
changing onr original Jadginent. Bat the representation «>f 
Nature, which is prdducM by Acnoj;, vanishes as soon as it b 
beheld « and though tb« speetatar mv aa4 baiipta to be-in the 
right frame of mind at the moment when the aciur delivers a 
particular patiage, there is no opportaaity of arresting the 
tmi^s ia order to asccrusn tiieir merits or dciiscts. 

Yet, though Acting is thus of all the Pine Arts the nHiot dif- 
ficult to be criticised, it is iievertbetes the most naiversally and 
tbe most conAdnrtly canvassed. An ueinfbrmcd pcidoa who 
enters a gallery nf pictures or statn'm, if he gives aay' opinion 
at all, usually gives it with some sort of prs,*rve : be foi the 
OMMt part leans to the (Wvnnnibie sid^ : ond, even when he dia- 
apuroves a work, he tnaally makes use of some soch phnise ly, 
" 1 doa't admire it, bat very likely that is becaase I kasiw 
" nothing abont painting or scsitpta-v." Butalmaat evory body 
WhoesMers a Theatre, thinks kfnkself eirthled to give a pusillve 
opinion on Acting, although be perhaps raav never iaveseea' 
fifty plays in Ms whole life. No one sborid believe •haterrry 
reasonalile crralu>e whoie Nature Kas broaght into tbo worid» 
can JBdge of acting, beeanse good acting Is a reasonalile repie- 
seotatioa of ^rataie t/Jor Acting, as wrU aii the other Art« by 
which Nature is rrprescnt«(), has rales whirb'directi nod rules 
which rcstraiQ,not only its mechanism, but even iuc«|ic<-^i«ni 

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luleii nldcti cannot he understood nnd applied without orifrinal 
ij.'-te, exteniive leading, theatrical iDlercounr, and long ex- 

.. If tliewposidoiH be trne, our readers will not be aarpr'ued, 
when we declare the very low opinion we eoterlnin of the thea- 
ii'l.«lcrilira, who blot the pcriodtral pnljlicalions of the preheat 
•' .^e. Ai dramatic nalnre now appears, rcdaeed to regular trien- 
'iflc principles, yet ca'suallx " snatching a grace ^evond the 
" reach " of any settled prinriplc,»ttired in a garb, which 
t;iough it ought to Bt her closely, yet is mit the dress which 
■be wears on ordinary occaaiont, sometimes restrained by the 
tiecessity of subordination, and lomclimes stimulated for the dis- 
play or magnificent effects, there can be but very few persons 
trho have the natural qualifications forjudging nicely of actlng,- 
.lad fewer yet to whom education and practice have imparted 
their final and ncceswry skin. In our theatres there'mnst ai- 
ways be a. scarcity of fiue actors, heraiuc io the hlghei^ walk of 
the profession no msuKnn be really grenf, without a Hnion of 

, all the qualities which can give executive brilliatiey to arrurale 
t':inception ; among which are many of the powers of poetical 
•'(■inbluatinn, all the qualities of discriminative analysis, and .-ill 

• 'lequaliiies of a finished gentleman. There is as a Inmenlnblr 
fcarcity of fine critics in our newspapers j and it would be dif- 

. Ijcult to find four of these authors who possess poetry enough to 
' f'ol, and yef coolness enough to discriminate: guiety enough 
11 laugh, and yel tlrgance enough fo nddcrsland kigh-brecding : 
>i ho linow the gieprNroom sufiiiientfy to disttnguivh how much 
.:!rcct is produced by (he author, (ind how much by the actor: 
nho, niih all these natural and artificial requisites for forming 
''ioirJud»raeut, have adequate powers of composition for de- 
livering that jiidgmt-nt gracefully, and so much moderation as 
' ) ah«tain from condemning unmercifully. 

.■Vfter having udd so much of the requisites for perfect critl- 
<i«m, it woulu be the height of vanity and presumption to pro- 
mise that our criticisms wHI be peifcct; but we may be allow- 

• it to sayi tbat if we are not capable of doing all that these 
principles require, we trait to avoid what these principles con- 
■'emo. Before we aniuiBdvert upon a play or upon an actor, 
it \i our custom tn study the play itself, with a view either Af 
•iircussing its merits, or of estimating iu characten. Before we 
ttuike positive. ussertlons, we shall talie care to ascertain our 
lUrts ; and having once made up our minds upon truth, we shall 
iifver sacrifice that truth to party pique, or to the vanity of 
;>uiated Jtvlc. We shall criticise new plays with lu much c^- 
•lour at old ones, and eodfavonr to recommend our observations 
"a the actors, by pointing out the b*anties of their conceptions, 
■irA expUiniag the principles in which they may fail, rather 
t'liin by the puffs of person.-il partiality, or the vulgarity of per- 
--'iiKil abiise. While other critics write tn obtain fame f<^r their 
■ «n ingenuity, we shall laboiirtoexfaibil truth for our readers) 
i4!das truth, in theatrical affairs, has so long been a stranger to 
:';e public, we have no doubt that the public will receive her 
\>ith all the bospitolity which a stranger should claim! 

On Monday the SSlh of December a Pantomime was produced 
r t Orury-lane called FarHond, or Harhqmn Negro. This 
; ece w;ai so exceedingly defective In Its machinery, that on the 
iVst tight It very niirrowly escaped a total condemnatins. Nor 
< in we discover that, iadependenUy of theawkwardueKsof worlc- 
'-.cnandtberoneonpss of ropes, the plot of this paoloroine isde- 
• "rviog of commendation. It i« difficult to comprehend the mo- 
' ive or use of the triclfs or scenic exbibitioM : and the piece ha« 
'>^cordingly been litUe successful. Mr. Ilartland is a graceful 
^ -arUquin, tasA Mrs. Sharp is assuredly the best dancer who has 
1 'F some years represemed the Columbine. Nor can we allow 
ift well-earned popularity of Mr. firiraaldi, the Clown of Co- 
v^nlfiarden, to obstrutt oar praises of Mr. Laurent, whoacU 
> >e blnndcrer at Drory Lane. Mr. Grimaldi is famous for put- 
'••ng all bis limb* mott la|;eiiioasly o^t of joint. Mr. Laurent 
•-^rtres to he at least as much admired for employing hi* joints 
•^ .th the greatetriMMtble agiUly. The one has liad the glory of 
' imiBf bodily nalore tt^m her cvmnwa coanr, the other merits 
.•„'«P™««»/ fc^vinj^eujtiyatad her t», her highest perfection, 
'iie^ilticirby Mr. Condon, < • "^ 

AtCavoit Garden, on the same evening, was acted, forthefint 
time, a. Pantomime, entitled, Horbquiu in his KUm*ia,m Fin, 
IVater, Earth, u>A Air. Tbc Fable it tbecompositiaaof Hr, 
Uibdin, who in his MotMtr Qooie dfiplaj-ed so grat aluosr 
ledge of pantomimic effect. Bat inllils piece Mr. Pibdin hsi 
by no ipnins equalled bis former etfurl( and although tbe m)- 
cbinery is much more adroitly maaa^ni hcrelhanat Drur^Uue, 
yet both Pantomimes desorve equal rotisure for a waat6f appa- 
rent connection iu the fahle ani'transfdrmalioni. There is, )iik- 
ever, a stroke of satire Jierc, wbicii merits some pCNse, ait 
which is levelled against tlie parochial syirtem of employing njrl 
anddrqwsy watchmen. We caanotbclp.wishingthat paiitaialw, 
•V formerly was the case, entered with , ■greater freedmn osiW 
^dirnfsatirc. Miss Adams made hw flrst apuearaiiceiotliii 
pTheatre OS Columiiae, and wa^ favourably received. — Hrriis. 
Icrs performed a jia» de trois extremely well ; but the dancia; 
nt Covent Garden is still on the whole inferior to the danring al 
Drory l..ane. • Mr. BolOgna was the IfarlepiiH, and Mr. (fri- 
maldi </i«'dovR They obtained great applane. TlteMuite 
l« the work of Mr. Wear, the leader of the band, who na- 
posed the Music of JtfotAer 0(i»K. 

On the foIlnwii\g Wednesday, Mrs. H. Johnston, wlm Im 
for some time been absent from the Ixindon Boards, prrsealnl 
herself as Beatrice, in Sbakspeare'x Much Ado Atout Stthht. 
Her private history had naturally created her some eirnia 
who, during the eariy part of the play, were . cxce(llis{l} 
boisterous I their murmur gradually fell away, and Mrs. II. 
Johnston is now, in all probability, engaged at Coveot-ganlrB 
Theatre. Mn. H. Johnston is certainly a very pretty woniao, 
and so far abe is qualified for the representation of Bealrict; bsl 
Beatrice is a wit as welt as a beauty, and the character rrqiiira 
intellectual powers far beyond any which Mrs. H. Johnston Ifu 
within our recollection e\-liirpd. She spoke in a silver tQiie,ind 
walked in a delicate man'b i she displayed all the re<|ui<i>n 
that we expert in lite Ladg Carolim of John BmU, but did sol 
convey that light, yet poignant satire, that keeu good naiatt,] 
that sparkling but eoergflic mind, which ihouO aniiii<>te ik 
Beatrice of ifiicA Ade. Mr. Lewis played Benedick i\ith iqli- 
nite spirit and whiini tbc character that he rrpresciiled vtai 
highly diverting, but it was a Benedick rather of .Mr. [.enit's 
conception, th«i of^peare'i. In the lightest parts «f all 
these characters, Mr. Lewis is inimitable: acme of Aeii«!Jci:]s 
gaiety was, therefore, well pourlraycd by him; bat 0cu/A'i-lri< 
a man of more than surface, a wit whs has a^ mucli of resiM s> 
of jest. These features af the cliaracter were neutraliird br 
Mr. Lewis; nnd that colour of character, wliich ought u> hare 
been a mi zture, was rendered one brililaut scarlet. Mr. Mtto'es 
was too shrewd in Dogherri/, fur Jiugberry is not like the Yori.- 
shiremon of the modem stage, a clever fisol, but a mere ss- 
perannuated simpleton. Mr^ C. KembU is |»laoed benealh hi) 
merit, in so wretched a character as Cfaarf/o,- but he did si 
much as possible fur the part ; and Miss Bolton, in Here, dis- 
played great sweetness and feeling. 



- The «Dt6rfrise of our i»uiitrfinen is is nirprisiiigM 
their capital » inexhamtibie. They only require to lLn4« 
where a market can be opooed, and what articles can b< 
sold; and, with a celerity unknown and impracticable ii 
other countries, .vcasclii arc imroodiatcly char.'ercd, g»o* 
embarked, aod the inarkst stocked with every vendibk 
cqmmpdity. We account it a laudable undcftakioff t« 
■econd thii energetic (birit ofonr countrymen by the cow* 
munication of every infomuttion in our power; andtd 
point out to them e*ery outlet for their enttirnrize, at I 
period when our active er.emT ha* rcsolvetl, if he can, 1^ 
raise insuperable barriers aninst it in every' direction. 

. The eyes of our mercautile adventurers, are, of course 
at' present turned on the Brazil*. «s the most desira^N 
:field which has lately opened for their specubtions. It ii 
therefore of the utmost consequence to ascertain tbc exten 
of this new market, as well as the articles which wilUbt 
chiefly in demand i Without this information, the embsr 
raismtats of Um adtreuturersto Bitenos Ay res mj^htbe le 

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•ewed, tiic market be overstocked, the commoditiet be 
naiiited t» it, awl tlie result to -our commerce be, at first, 
JUIrcMiog insteoU of profilable> 

Therxtentof IheBrazib is nearly thirteen times greater 
tbaa that 5f Great BriUtiu t but ibt buundlew |ilaiu9 are At 
}«l ilnuMt wholly Uucultivatedt aAd its population does uut 
cuted aboTC uue million. Of these not above three hun- 
ini tbvusand aro whites and freemen i the re^ consist of 
the Datives, who ha>'e survived the oppression of their 
t'ortoipiese nuuterst and of negroes imported from Africa 
Id iif their mines. 

It thus appcmfS) both from the extmt and nature of the 
|M|i>iialiait, that the market of the Brasils must) in its 
pfneat state, be limited. We arc, however, to take into 
iW scc0Wit'tbat a i»rgt numbef of eraiipraiits will now ac> 
«Mg^; Bad follow the Court from Portugal i and that 
&ae new scltiers are much more accustomed ti> the con* 
taioeie] uf the old worki, and vrill conse(|uentl^ have a 
Bwk greater proportional ilemandfor its productions. We 
u; tbo tak-e it for granted, tliat the whole suppljr of the 
Bmili vrill be in our own hands, since the Americans, the 
odj otfa«r nati'oil that can &l present be permitted tu trade 
Uine, are in want of almost exactly the lame articles as 
Ux Brazilians. 

The commodities Which, ° at preiient, wHI be chiefly 
tnotcd, are all articles of dress. Cotton, both coarse and 
fioe, will be la great dcmttnd, but woollens will also be 
Midi required, as the more iu>uthern parts of the Brazils, 
tnd even the higher ground uf the mure northern, arc 
luliject to Colds and damps at particular seasons of the 
itar. Hats, - shoes, boott, and every inaiiufUctureU ar* 
ticlcof drcsi will be e»|ually m rcquiMtion. 

Hfte, as id Ncirlh America, every Article of furniture, 
Wh iron and wood, is imported, owing to the total want 
of internal mlnuract'urcs. lUidtvareof every description, 
Jndlcn, saddlery, r.ll utciuiSs both for the mines and for 
■Minndry, must assy lie supplied from this couatry. The 
MMHRiption of theiP. la'trf articles must rapidly increase 
vitk tjic prtv^ress of cultivation, and we may in a few 
inn, find the dmiHind for them in the Brazils not less than 
unarcat present in North Amcric:). 

Winc«, and the various luxuries of Rurone, which were 
'wswly procured from Portugal, must now be drawn 
tat this count ry> 

The princi|»il imports which our merchants, will derive 
im the Brazils ia rotum, aro articles capable of fnrther 
bRofiicturc, and consequently extremely benefici^il to our 
Biantfj. Cotton, wool, hides, tallow, the precious metals, 
siln-, and wiMjd of evefy description botn for furniture 
•ml •hip'liuiiding, Nearfr all the principal articles, which 
*e iave been accustomed to derive from Ihc Baltic, may 
wpiocured ill this uew kingdom) and will, of coarse, in 
»>f arssent stale «f things, be that part of iU produce 
dixay ia deuiaiid at home. 


PtTaoliTH, Op.c. si.— We are sorry to state, that I««(T« 
*Qr\ni uiltst nljht, unitrr date Tuesday evening, slatiii); the 
Wal low af hh Majesty's fine frij^ite the Ansiin, Captain l.y- 
*«rti tu Maam'* Bay, In Ih* hnrrleaoe of last Tuesday morn- 
H, «i six •'dork. The Anson was going from FalAouth lo 
«er»i»iioii offilic Black Rocks, aid weundentand j;ot emljavcd 
Milusday niglij. Ahe parted all her cables and anchor, ju<t 
•eiBrt si I p Viork, ainl went plump ashore, where she soon beat 
'•?'""■• unfurtanalely Captain tydiard, hit first ticutennnt, 
™80»f brt crew perfihrd, ere they roold reach theshorej 
•"tsestherOHicers, and about ItO of her ship's coinpaay, got 
we OB (korcia Mount's Bav. 

K 1 .F""^' '™'" "»•'*»« to St. Domi*BO, and the Atlantic, 
»"l.f*oii Nitw y«rh, havebfCD taken i but b«tk rccaptared, 
"l5««ried iati, JaeiilcaV 
TWtJaren, Forbrs, from Portsmouth, t» Cadiz, for the^ fleet) 

ku f at iots Cork, iamaged, aad beeit ^bilged to aalMd, 

A copper-bottomed gtuoeamaD, of 18 gnus, belonging to Li- 
verpool, with SSO slaves, last from Barltadoes, is taken and car-; 
ried into Cuba ; supposed to be the Braver. 

'The Eliza and Sara, from Cuba to BUtimoret the- Antoi% 
nettc, frdtti St. Domingo, to ditto j Louisa, Uarley, from 'Htoit 
to Savannah | Fox, from ditto, to New York i Horatso, frArA 
New York, to Honduras » Rebecca, from St. Thomas's, li 
Arabai Hector, from Guernsey, to St. Domingo ; and the Mit^ 
narcb, from St. Domingo, to Guernsey, are detafated, and sei4t 
into Jamaica. 

The Arid, CoUey, arrived off Scarborohgh, ttom Pemaiti 
sailed from Slarstraiid the Qth inst. in company nith the Hv'.ie 
armed ship, and 14 sail t experienced bad weather since. 

A prize ship, marked No. S, from 51oote Video, and ladM 
with Jesuits' bark, Is totally lost. 

Kzttact of a letter from Captain Mac Lean, dated oiT Dov<|f, 
l).-c. 23. — " I sailed from Cape Francois, the S7th ult. in culi- 
pany with tbe ship lAdy Warreni On the 89th, when off the 
Carcao, 1 hove too to speak to hcf, she t>eiog then oa our wi*- 
tber quarter, 'Wlieii she came almost wilhin hail of us, to ipy 
great surprise, I saw her put about, and sUuid in shore from is. 
and saw no more of her. I left at tbe Cape tbe Alexand^, 
Wate ; Charllou, Clent ) and Dukeof York, Dmui. 

The Samuel, Orr, from Londonderry tq Quelier, is tolidly 
lost near Cape Pierre, only one man saved i oot tbe Sauvti'l, 
from Clyde, as before stated. 

/ POLICE. ^1 


On Monday evening, Mr. Decamp, of Drnry I^anc ThetArp, 
yenl with bis w ife lo CoVfent Ourdeh Thealfe, li> s*e the |ii-w 
Pniilnminif. . S«M>n after ihe p<n-forinjince couimencfd, be .ob- 
served the door of the adjoining box opcnecrby the ho.T-ke," fcrr, 
and a (,eatl( entered, ivho reinar|ked, that his friends ^re 
not in that boY, but they were in tliat which Mr. "IVcamp ■ fas ; 
the-box-lieepcr then opened tile dour of that box, and.AO-. "De- 
ramp supposin; his friends were in the front, liftied up the ^-ats 
aud m.ide way fi:r him to pass { the (ientleman iinniedi k<e1y 
i>eatcd himself before Mr. Decamp, and took' bis place;! Mr. 
Decamp observed to bhn, he presumed his friends wei-e lot ia 
that box, and it bring full, he could not remain iii his (jiare. 
After some InrtBrctual remonstraacet at this behavi«ur, M 
raaip became peremptory, and lusis:ed upon hii> leav' 
seat, and forced him out; n sru.lle ensued, and the i 
striirk Mr, Decamp a violent blow, and tore off the left 
ht> coat. ■ ' ' 4 

Doiinldion, tbe Constable, and UivctI, tbe Bow-strc jtltDRi- 
cer V en catM to*eep1he peace. Tbe parlies went t<» ■! oveut 
(iardcn Waich-bouse, where the accused cave Inhisna: fc-, an.l 
endeavoured to pcnundc tlie Constable uf tiir night 
charge aj;ainst Mr. Decamp; but the Constable obi 
violence with which Mr. UCcamp bad been treated 
take it. 

Tuesday morning, the parties attended at the Off 
Mr. Van's, the Sitting Magistrate ord.-red the Defend! 
ball J thry, how ever, settled the business afier they In 
Magistrate, by the. (tentlciuao paying Mr. Decamp t\\ 
and an half fur tbe loss of his cunt. 

IS na: tc, an.i 

t to iaUe his 

ibyei vi:'-; the 

il; r, jfiised t» 

J*, when 
ttt to til d 
M left the 
to au incus 


Last week, at Haverfordwest, J. H. Harrier, off 
Pembrokeshire, )-.sq. M:yor of ike PeinUrokeahirc i 
Miss Frances Jordan, of Haverfordwest. 

The Dowager CQiinles< o( .Mount Edganmhe, on 
te'iml^ht, about two o'clock, at her tu«o resi.lrnrr 
(irosvcnor-square. Her>ship was in a derlini. 
healih during the whole of the preceding snmmer, 
mused ni Tiinbrid<e M'rils. Bytneiieath of his m 
Earl of Mount Fdgcambe will IniTe an' .Addition to hi.- 
SOOCH. a year. The deceased was enteritig into her1» 

Tuesday last, at Worcester, Fraii'-ij Bid^^Coxe, 
decline, nephew to tbe late' l|eiirj: n.ipprs^ Coxe, I 
of Stone Eattoa, Somenelshire. . ; ' . .- J 

At his seat, at Bolton, ig LUicoliishirei In the fttth ^ 
age, the Right Hon. Lord Uruwidnn . Hristiuore' 
title aod estates b.v bis eldest sou, the iltin. Joliu Cust, 
Iheftirou^U of CIttbertf. 


Ijiiiia, to 

ia Upper 
Ig <t.tte uf 
irl.ich she 

£ii-r, the 
rtiime af 
•J» rear, 
•i-^. .of • 
*|.V. P. 

*6r of hit 
Mr.l iu hi* 
tu P. for 

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. The airivalf in the prwmt week hav« bees hut few, aad tills 
hf rrfeTftm to cvctv species nf Grain, mmr-of 'which have 
adinfrrd an; rirc in pricf, Biid r*-hich may beauributrti mnre 
to iti brin^ a wrcli of plraiarp than of b<uiiir«fi. 0«t« arr 
soinrwhat appmsed id value, aixl that in dHue^uenee ttf ex- 
l>ected 'arrivals. 


;. "W'hfat --•... 

■i.>'ine ditto - - - 

•3i,e (New) 

TJarley - . - . . 
Malt (Old) .- 


55 a 
6y a 
40 a. 
M a 
64 a 

"n'MtelPeaae, boilers ISO a 150 
<itty fta*e - - - - 00 a fiS 
S«MS -•..-• 9S a 6S 
Tick ditto (Old) ■ 50 a 

«)au 3«a 

I'olaod ditto • - - 48 a 
Jtape Srrd £« a X^ 
Flllf Flour - - - - 00 a 
'SreoiMfa . . - . - so a 




Wheat . .'. . 
Pine ditto - - • 
live (New) - - 
Darlev • - - - 
Malt (Old) 

f. '• 

- 59 a 

- 06 a 
• 40 a 

- S4 a 
. 64 A 

^rhtlePease,boller>1«5 a I-15 

Grry Pease - - - - SK a ti 

Beam ...... SOa 59 

Tick ditto ... - 60 a 55 

Oat« ....,.- ss , 40 

Poland ditto . - • 40 a 44 

Rape Seed ,£888 <£90 

Fine Flour .... 00 a 61 

Sreondii - - - - . 50 a 55 

$ HeturuorWrieac in Mark i.aoe, including outv from lUe Uia 
Xeceaher to th<x IStb of December, a^erable to the new Act. 
*r«ital. -t.TlO quarters. — Averagr priee 13>. Ojd. 


la Gr<at Britain, fof tbe Wtelc ending January 8. 

E»g. 4 ffiUet: 



t. d. 

69 3 
47 4 
39 9 

£iif. lrVa/« 


nip 1 







1» a l» 
1 18* S 8 

Aeaos, d»k 

£. t. £, 
1 14 a 2 
8 16 a 3 

Pease £.9 U. a ag.3 H*. per qnnrter. 

Canpnted from the returns nadefor (he Week eodini? «b« SOtfa 
o t Oecmber, 1807, ii g^.l |3i.9)''< f* «*>• e^iclusive of tbe 
^ \* tj «r'Casioms paiil ar payable thereon oo the Imporialioa 
fl •Creof into Great Britala. 

Oaft IH.OAvehMrS 1 


£. I. i. £. s. d. 

St. Janes';, Tfay ... 4 4 

8lntw ...IM Oat O 6 

Whttechapel, Hay ... 44 OaSIS 

CtoTcr -.5 10 Oa6 44 

Straw. -.110 0a80 

Smi^field, - Ilay ...4 4 OaRO 

Clover .'5 6 OaBlO 

Rlraw . - . I 14 a 8 8 0- 



a ten. . £. 'S. .£, I. I ro^mirt. £. s. /, 

Kent ....415a6a Keal .•..4 15a1 

Saascx • • - 4 14a6 5 «intex ... 5 a S 

Fmcx • ... 4 14 a 5 18 Farohain .'. 7 a 10 


Exdosive of the OBM, which coMisti itt Head, EntnHta^ 
Hide, aad h woRh about. Id. yer U>.-~per ft. «(i)Un. 

• SHlTHriKLO. 

!>. d. s. d. 

Beef 3 «.« 4 4 

Muttoa . .... 3 «a4 

Veal 5 6a6 C 

Pork .......5 OaO 

I«inb .....6 OaOO 

Mo NDAr.-n- Beasts, J, 000 — 

Calves, . ir>0-^ 
FaiDAV..~.Bea<ils, -, 800 — 

Calves, - 1.50 — 


, ». 4. ». I 

Beef ,. 4.,0a6 

Mutton 3 8a4 

Vral .-■ -4 4aC 

Pork ■. . 4 a 4 

Lamb'. .....OOaO 

Slierp aiid,|.ainb<, • 9^ 

Pigs 400 

Sheep and lambs, . . 4,000 
Pin <. .: M 


Ifmiitati- n^riliMsitn^. FiUi 

Bifit's Main 00 00 5» 

Gateshead 00 ... 00 SO 

Heaton Main 00 0-.-58 6. ..51 

Hrbbum Maia ..... 00 ... 58 6.... 58 

Percy Jljiin <X) .-- 00 ...88 

South Hebtium . - - - - «ft --. WO • r - W 
^YaH'sl':nd«Ru•<e)re) ■ 6t 6 • . • &1 <• . . « «, 

(Bells & Bmnns) (Nt • . . 0» « . . > If' 

Walker 000 ... 61 9 M 

Wiilingtoii 00 58 3 51 

Bourn Moor ...... o6 ••• M • >•• M 

Rectory 00 O...* 46-6 ...M 

Oiir«upply this Week 'has been very shart, 9 cargoes imt 
about TO shiut ot sep, aiMlS7 loaded. 

















Oi ' 






lak Slack 

er Oat. Reduced. . 

or Cent. Cootol . . . 

er Ct. defer. Int. ) 
' > cominenre 1808 J 

VCcitt. Comol. .. 

a'Cest. Navy Aon. 


A Lwic Annuities 


).ti>«rC/t. Ant!. 
' '. Ann. for 85 Year» 

ii 5 per Cent. . . 
, . Alio. Air 15 Tean 
; U»tock 

^ t BoQuli ,...,••• 

r'ltk Sea Stock... 

. I AnBuitiei 


or Ceat. n5,l .. 
,cb. BHi«,S|^. .. 

ttefv Tickets.... 







nalnm for 















Mi 6Hii 




£1 Ida. 


841 61 




i?! 15-16 











8, 3 dis. 




AnKterdnm 35 7 S 
Do. at Sii;ht 34 II 


Rotterdam II 
Hamburgh 34 
Altona ....M 
Paris, 1 day's 
dale .... S4 

Do. 84 

Bourdeaux . 84 
Madrid .... 40 
CadlJi 39i 

8 8 CT, 
4 MU, 

4 2 U. 




Vaoloe . 
Nttpies . 




.«* ^ 


Cork... lU I 
N. Dol.58.44d.p<'^ 

Silver in ban (stoodard) Os. Od. yv ox. 
Acio of Bask on Hallaad 5^ per Cent. 

MAII.8— 8fyt'an«Y 


Malta . . . . ' 
Ilambargh .. 



WaterfiMil ,, 
^Twty ... 


B. F. T. Fonrirwc, Bfvker, 

acd p«blisV.ed by aod for J B. BKLl, aad J. DB CAMP, at the OlHce of U Bean Monde r or, Uttmry ind Fafhtit 
aUtt Masntinc, No. II, Catherine-street, atrmnd i and nay be ha4i)f alt Hx Ncnsmeu la the United Kiogdwa- 


^QC lifnjj, ccim^titttdon. entiiLa^^ 


SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1808. 

Price 8^. i 




Tbe DomiDion of the Seas is (he forest bout of BritoBs, the 
BWt ncred portiun of oar nalioDal treasure*. We are up io 
umt at Ike slighteit intimatioD (hat thia poasenionis in danger : 
iti if aay inierested person wishei to set us by the ears with 
tMW foie^ power, or to procure tbe establishment of tome || 
viUaium monopoly, be h^ only (o produce a belief, by some 
lilanilleuid very low! declamativ!is,\that our Dominion of the 
Swnaoot otherwise be preserved. In the same maouer the 
rr^sf any pernicious rcgolatioo, the offspring ot jgnoiance 
ir prejudice, may be prcvcn(ed j.and the real interests «f tbe 
(Dwtrjr be sacrificed to ima|inary apprebeiisioDS. 

When Ctllaf ies of ibis sort are daily played off Bpoa the 
^Mic cTcdaiity, wben our attachment to tbe dominion of the 
Kn it so food as to blind ns occasionally to our best interests, it 
Isa utioml olyect aftbefirst Importance to ascertain dis(inctly 
da ml natare of this domioloD, the foundation on which it 
MsiiUy rests, and the propriety and impropriety «f (he regu- 
lation by which we attempt to maintain it. Surb an inquiry 
mat particularly Bccesiary at a period like tbe present, when 
ik<aalni«a of tbe aeas is tiie watcb-word of one of our fac- 
Um, ui whea the preservatiou of this favourite object is held 
lorlk, without any arxument, ai a full a^olpgy for unjust aqd 
(kUc Mttuti Wifll wrhlch ' it hat'io reality no connection. 
' Tb»'Bwi«lwi •i U w -S w w , «• uadetstaiid to be a power to 
I'M Mr maritiflie commerce feoai etery species af ii\|ary ; 
kinist with certatoty of nicoess every naval anBOment which 
or MiM, or all the nations' in the world, may scud into tbe 
m: xadto present at all times lo formidable an aspect that no 
■Misi am presume lo disturb tbe rights and tranquillity of the 
•OSS vithont omr ]>ennis!iion. To these we may add the ho- 
*>*n sf the flag, an acknowledgment of oar sovereignty : 
*'>'*(kiHh a prerogative is an eye-gore to other nations, and of 
■"3lse«faateverto ourselves, yet it is a sacrifice to (heir pride, 
'Msir teunlrymea would be unwilling to forego, and which 
■(■iss great boon io others to yield, 

fsriB these purpose* it is evident that onr navy at .present is 
■*« tkMi sufficient t aod -that we eqjoy :the dominion of tbe 
ni as eempletely ai the domkiioD of tbe British Islands. It 
vmU de aadness in any power, or any conbinotiAn of powers, 
**Mnip( (0 if rot it from us ; tbe attempt could ouly lead 
■•theaaaikilatton of their -own mari(tme forces and commerce. 
11^ (keteforr, our naval power can be maintained in (he same, 
"teulj (ht same proportion (o (bat of other states which it 
Udi It preieat, oitr dominion of the sea* can never be io the 

tiattwe CiM asserted this dominion in the time of the long 
nrtiaMat, onr naval preponderancy bat been continuaUy on 
<h iioeaie. At first the Dutch, aod afterwards the French 
I 'ociapable of maiotaining a doubtful cootett, but now every 
"^■■■l hope of openly opposing our fleets on the seas, is at an 
i^i sad we are now more tapcrier to any. combination which 
•» befotmed, than we were a century ago to either Fcaace, 
""••*» or Spain. But If oor naval preponderancy coniieaes 
.""*■■ a* tiUngs at present e;cift, no new regulations caa be 
'''^ly f" it* pKMtyatMB or exten|iiui{ and some great 
"'■I' ■■It take glace before an> afj^hMsiau for it* -ICcority 
■■Wether than cUoffical. 

But though these considerations may sufliclenHy show (he {*.• y 
otlHtyof any DemnMrithne regulations, it is *i motediflkolt 
task to convince our coontrymea, that any regidattons aireadjir 
adopted for the mainteoance of our naval predonderaney, lMyir4 
ever nugatory or pernicious they really may be, are not iodis-t 
peasaUy Bcoestary to the end proposed. We allude id paidM'/ 
lartothe provisions of tbe Kavigfttlon Act, which have beeslf 
demoMtrated to be eztiemely iigarious to oar national weaHk,/ 
bat which StiH have iaoumerable advocates, from, tbeir «ap^ 
posed tendency to maintain our aiaritime superioitty. It migM 
be very di«(inc(ly shown, that whatever has a tendaacy to dlnU^ 
nish the iocrense ofonr wealth, and the absolu(e qnandty •t«am 
commerce, mas( be Bltinia(ely prejudicial to our maritime gteat-> 
ness t bu( such circoKons reasoaiugs are insufficient to overpowef* 
rooted prrjudices i and we shall, therefore, cenfineonrselvM t«' 
a direct proof froos foots, (ba( tbe Navigatina I aw* are entirely 
uoneoessary for the support of ournand-preponderaacy, OoitfA> 
this truth be luccrtained to tbe satitfactioa «f oar coantryaieoV 
little opposition would be made to the abolitioa of whatever ik. 
penrioions in tbase fegntationi. ' 

The Navigatioo Laws were oimecenary to aor naval saperiok 
rity, even at tlie time when tbey were enaeled ; nor was thifi 
tbe otyect which their ftramen had in viesr. Tbe Long Fadl»n 
meat, desirous t« extend and seenre its own InAnoce, proposeA 
(o fbrm an union with Holland so strict, that tut tw« state* 
should seem to farm portions of the 'saan empire. Tbe SatcfaV 
distruititv th»«tabii*ty «f tbfe EugiWi TopuiaiC, «r feartog tO' 
be swaUowcd ap in the dosnittlon of a greater power, n^iecta* 
this overture, aod would oiily renew in ancient alMsnee*. The: 
BqgUsb lepublicns, fired with indignation at this refiisal, ra-> 
solved to chastise the Dstcfa for irhat they accounted-^ i«t«M' 
Icrable piece of insolence ; and the Mavigatioa Act, which ti*>! 
po«e<i severe restrictions on foreign nations trading to Britiunf 
and wholly excluded (hem from her colonies, was immedia(clyi 
patwd. The terms «f this Act were general, but its proviiiena« 
exclusively affected the Dutch, the oniy nation which at than 
time possessed any commerce. B«t the intcntioo of this -iaiw 
was merely to ruin the commerce of Holland at Ear as possible,; 
without any idea that it was necessary to oar naval tuperiarity.< 
The vrar wirich imnediotely succeeded Its enactmeat prov«d, 
that it was wholly unoecessary for this purpose; for we de- 
feated tbe Dutch in every general engagentcrtt, and we «o«« 
linued to display the same superiority both over them and the- 
French, in seme succeeding wart, before lit* KavigatioK Jkol, 
had been eofereed with any degree of vigitaace. - « 

We shall find, that as thw act was unmiWsiary to onraaT^ 
domioioa at first, it has continued tobe to In siwceeAiogperiodi.' 
It contains two distinct elassrs of previsions : tbe cm e>rt4re4]r> 
excluding other nations iVom our coastiag trade, antt frott olny > 
intercoune with our Gelonies ; the ether excloding iheiii.iyaaa 
certain portions of the ftreign carrying trade. These tott we" 
shell fiivt consider. By them, a variety off ettlcles ^re-pro-' 
hiblted firam being imported into Great Britain, onles* In th»' 
vessels of the country in which they are produced j or in BrUisli- 
vessels manned by British seamen : A variety df other arttclet* 
araprohibtted firom being Imported into Great Brltttin, even In' 
BriUsh vessels, unless frem the country wbete they are pro-' 
dttced ! And every species of the -prodnce of fisberiet is subjected 
to heavy duties, when imported Imb Great Britain. ' 

Thesereg«latlons, (hough very inJBrions to theDatch,Bg*Wt 
whom tbey w»ere levelled, have produced a surprttinpiy !«•«• 
incMM* -er My perttMi wf tw *hippli». 9?hey *l«totah»ii the* 

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19 , ^ 

ies, u far as that rnnld he donr b; exriadin; then 
! trom the Britith market k tat we te*e :*akea oo atfraatage •! 






^tbis dlmlanlioa fer the increase of our on^n fiiheriet. That pro- 

^itlon Tf bicb probibita er^ British ihips from importing cer- 

, lain articles, naless from the country where they are produced, 

UbtadaaeiliiaUy limited operatioo in behalf of our shipping: 

'll has merely obliged us to go direi-t to France or Russia, for 

, <he respective produce of these countries, tustead of going to an 

' iatermedlate depot in Holland for them, a step which, rarely, it 

' i» aalikelY <rar merchaats should ever be indliHHl to (atte. We 

~nmiat coBCcive that a single vessel Imt been nddni to the Bri- 

fiih shippiog, by a regulMion evidcMly superfluous and iMga- 

<r The oaty on« of these provisions, then, which ran hav* roa- 
■hdend>ly ajfected Mur shipping^ to that which probibitsthe im- 
toortation of certain articles fi^m the country in vrbich the^ are 
Arodueed, unless io the vessels of that country or in British vcs- 
tth. But wbQe the mannfartum of Britain ronliane to be fai 
gMMt dmaad with almost every aation, U Is evident that the 
MMcIt of every country, whirb ran be spared from its own 
ooastiag trade, will have more temptalion to bring Its produce 
ti Great Britain and receive her goods in return, than to any in- 
termediate nation wbich might afterwards re-^export them 
hither I and the British vessels, when they can carry out a sale- 
Ale cargo of their own goods. Will always be able to bring 
komein return the produce of the coantry to which they trade 
tt aheap at any other nation. This is futteicnt to shew how 
wry limited must be the eflSect of this legvlatiai «f the Na- 
vf^tion Act i« -increasing our shipping) bat the argu- 
nwnt win bettill Bare unanswerable wbcn we shew how little 
•f the maritime commalce, either of our own, or of, other coun- 
tries, can be affected by the vrhole class of iu provisions. 
I Wesball first take example from the trade of France. Beforr 
t]w war, in the year 1192, while we were stHl' at peace with 
tkat powOTt the whole vessels employed in oar trade with 
yrance, that entered inwards, or cleared outwards, amounted to 
S,S01, carryiog 217,366 tons. Of these only 8,706, carrying 
IM,Q67, were Britisb ; and this latter ramber could alone be af- 
fceted by our navigation laws, as these laws were then in (bll 
fcree. Byt the number of vessels employed in the c o nstl ngtmde 
of Francff, that entered inwards, or rieurrd outwards in the year 
1801, amounted to 60,890, carrying 1,»90,S48 tons; and from 
Ulis traffic not a tingle vessel or ton could, even in the event of 
•cace, be deducted by our navigation laws. This example may 
th«w bow little effect they have io diminishing the siOpping of 
foreign nations i and we have equal proof of their insignificance 
in increasing our own. 

From the conimerce of the port of London, to which all the 
Bast Indian commerce, and the greater part of oar forrlgn rom- 
merce in general is eoaveyed, an estimate, may be formed of the 
woportion between the extent of (hat portion of unr thip- 
ft ^, which can be affected by the regulations which we hate 
■tated, and that portion which cannot. By a statement made 
^-from the public accounts of the port of London, it apprarr 
that the number of vessels which tjrantported the coiaraerre of 
the port of London for the year 1798, amonntcd to 13,444, 
carryiH lt118>$l* <■>■•' o^ <*■***• i^rlW vessels, carrying 
1,188,168 Ions, were employed in the ceaMing trade, and only 
9^146, carrying 526,148 tons, in both our foreiga and colonial 
trade. In ether parts of the kingdom, the proportion mast be 
ttill greater in favour of the coasting trade i and we may heace 
infer that the whole of our shippiagi which could polsiby be ' 
•tfet-ted by those regulations of our Navigation Laws, wUeh 
we have hitherto discussed, dors not amoum to above • twen> 
(iftb or thirtieth part of our maritime trade. 

Bcgulations which can possibly affect so very trifling a part of 
oar commerce may surely be considered as unnecessary, and as 
in BO degree conpcaiaUag by their atility any serious national 
^Utadvaataget. Biit wo i»ve proofs by no means doabtful, 
tkat thn wpoal otjt^0K^ttfiaXtmt, m for (nm 4teiaiihiag 

T>itfxwii^. t 

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oar shipping, would not even prevent it* Osnal coiirse nf 
inM e ai Bi RVrli^ tb« laMtiAi, the aResiity of our affairs com- 
pelled lis td relax oor navigation laws in a degree hitherto uo- 
known since their eoactmeat i Isr thiae famous laws are cnlni- 
lated for times of peace, when we need no increase of onr Ba«al 
power, but cnonatbc enforced in the time of war, when weneei 
such aid, without depriving our coiamerce of all that vut aud 
indispensable protection whicfi it derives from nrulral flags. Bat 
during the relaxalinn which -<^-e have mentloneil, what wastbe 
consequence ? A dimunitiun of our slilppiitg and seamen ? No— 
a prodigious Increase even under the most disadvantagcons cir- 
cumstances, and when there was every lure to foroigncn from 
the high j»ri^e of our native frerghtige. In lire year 1792, tb^ 
mimber of suitor* on boiird British vessels, according to the rc- 
tnnis made to Parliament, amounted to II8,?86. lnlS02, llie 
number of men employed in Our maritime trade was greater by 
between twenly and thirty thousand. Yet in the space of (be 
intervening ICn years, a number of scaineA, perhaps one ha!/ 
more than file whole of those employed in our iiavigalino in 
I79S, had been transferred from (he merchant vessels to thenar} ; 
for in 1801, the compliment of the British navy, in spite nf its 
numerous losses, amounted to 130,000 men. VuHng tlic same 
period, there were added to the British merchant shipping ua 
less )han 2798 Vessels, carrying 303,293 tons. What ran I* a 
stronger demonstration, of utter indifference to our naval domi- 
nion, of repealing those provisions of the Aavigalion Laws wbich 
we have hitherto considered ? 

A few observations oijy will be requisite in regard to tlie 
other proviiion>i, by which we secure to ourselves the exclusive 
possession of our Coasting and Poionial Trade. As far as re- 
lates to our CoastiAg Trade, the rFgulaliuns are wholly super- 
fluout. ' No nation, after having at all eugnged in commerrinl, 
affairs, has ever been supplanted in its own coai^ting trade : the- 
Dutch, at the period when tliis Decree of ICxclusion passrd. 
scaltely carried on any part of ours t and indeed not even the 
most timid entertainony apprehension of our coasting trade bciujH 
snatched out of our hands. 

As to our Colonial Trade the argument is imlcli more intricate, 
though by no means less conclusive. The spirited renionstrancci 
of the Jamaica planters against this part of tlie Navig^ion Lam, 
the distresses of all onr West Indian Colonies, wbich can uriy 
be alleviated by their repeal, must call (lie attention of tlie 
Legislature and the Nation to (his suhjert, soon after Parliaoirnt 
assembles ; and we shall, therefore, take an early op|>onunity 
of giving our readers as full and satisfactory an explanation of 
it, as much observation and reflection en.ihle us to do. 


No. n. 

It Is a circnihstanre little bonourabte to the chnrarler of Idic 
Nation, (hough very expressive of the selfish sagtlcity of our 
political facilons, that each of them retains in its interest out 
or more newspaper*, tb/t the pufpose of proMotirtg its n « n vic«w 
among the people. It is the business of the paper thus rrlalnrd 
to act on all occasions as (be devoted tool of its fattiun : to 
asperse the views, the measnres, (he very private cKaraclrrs of 
all their politieal opponents, whether, in reality, good or bad; 
nad to efect, on the rained reputation of their antagonists, an- 
blnshlng trophies to its pwn patrons. A person unacquainted 
with this system of political iniquity would find it dillicuU ta 
believe that men capable of thinking, of writing, of fectingt 
cAoW be found base enough to prostitute their talents, their 
hononr, their cimsclcnce to the ignominoos task of poisoning 
the minds «f their countrymen by deliberate falsebaeds ; of fee- 
ing the shameless vanity of4heir patrons at the cxpence of truth 
orreasott} and of ttill mnre disKoaonntblf blasting) by scanda* 

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bas ioTCGtives, and malifnaiit insiuuatioiu, tbe justly -earned 
Bpotatioa of iudividuab. Yet soch perious are fimod in the 
Sditon of all tbote iMwt]iapers, whicb decidedly stand forth as 
the ckaapioBi of a. particular faction^ The meroenary Editor 
trttJTes his cae ; and, whatever he knows or believes, his de- 
nted pen dSspcnes abroad, with equal alacrity, the roost un- 
leiiakle tnitfas, or the most viltatnous falsehoods. The ioeffa- 
We contempt which we feel for men who thus dishonour their 
■aires, would prevent us from even noticing their servile de- 
daaalioos, acre it not for the effect which they produce on the 
komrabte aad WMaspecting; part of (he community, who never 
CM iaagine that apparent zeal, and warm piufeisions of pa- 
trittisau iboold proceed from such ignomiaious motives, and be 
tiaf/Ki tor such infamous purpoteti These considerations 
•Uige OS to poll off the di$Kuise, and expose the dovea foot of 
tit%e betrayers to the world which they have duped. 

Of tkeie periodical instruments of &ction, some, after bav- 

ia( hv popalar arts acquired a great circulation, have been 

hraigitt over to the cause of their patrons by the usual means : 

SMluc Zlu Moraine Post and Tkt Courier, whose chai^ of 

fUy was a* Mddeo, as their aeal has since beco ardent. 

Otkn, such as ITu: £uaand Ths itorning ChronMe, haw been 

•qfiaaliy established, aad since supported by their respective 

fitiiasm, from whose mandatn they dare not swerve a tittle, 

Aaoog them all, Tke Marmng Cbranide holds the first rank 

&r ujuuteacy ; that is to say, for having zealously and perse- 

Knagly said just what its patsnos were desinms it should say, 

without once pretending to those qnalms and scruples of which 

tn prrsons can wholly divest thciaselves. This humiliating sort 

•f consistency, has, ttraoge to tell ! actually been the boast of 

•«m successive editor of that fKper : and we have heard some 

•f its admiring readers observe that, amidst all changes, the 

Mtrwng CiromieU was always on Me iam* siite t 

Aaeogtheaanieronstostances which we havejetn in tha| paper 

if (be vindeot attacks ^mde on individaals. because they were 

ctaected with the political antagooisu of its party, aad mereli/ 

twsasethey trere so, we shall only select the most recent — an 

tnective against Lord Strangfurd, which appeared in T/ie 

KtnuKg Ckronicle of Tuesday last, the 5th of January. Of 

Isid Straogford, w<> know nothing beyond what is known to 

'the worM; nor do we desire to know aay thing of him, 

«<las the pablle services which he may hereafter render his 

tMOry. It is not as an individual that Lord Strangford rails 

Mk9m strictures in his defence, and far less as the member of 

*;|MliticaI party : it is as the representative oCall those whose 

"piiuioB aaay be injuriously traduced to serve the views of a 

Adhu, that we ave dvsimas to rescue htm from (he fjngs of 

bternwd karpies.' It is a crUrl private injury to f;ive unde- 

wnrd stabs to the reputation of a man ju»t romnioncing his 

ciKer: it is a cni«l public i^oiy, causelessly to destroy (be 

Ksfcciabilily of a asaa to whom a portion of the oattoiial In- 

«ns«s is intnifted. Sueh are the ronsi^mdoAs which call 

ftilh oar pr<.-feot remark?. 

AsHranas it na^ kauwo that the Court of Portugal had ac- 
is^y coiigrated to the Brazils, The itonting Chronicle began 
I* prcpu* (he puitlic mind by aaaoimcisg the extivme import- 
•ace «f appoioting an Ambassador ut° commanding tnlcnts and 
«<j»itj to the new empire ; and thus, ns soon as (he expected 
tiaiaatiuoof Lord Stroaigforil na; made public, the mtrditated 
Uow was ready to begiventaMiiiision,throBght]Mcharaelerof 
>Us voaog Bcgociator. That his repntatioa was to be sacrificed, 
■etsly for the take of barting the Administration, will pretty 
clorly appear, frpm the proofs adduced of his incapacity.' 

First, we are informed, by T/ie Morning Chronicle, that his 
Lndkhip possesses no qualifications, «f any sort, which could 
poialUmaotas a negoriator; that the world fcne«' lartMng ' 
•* fc"", e««ep( bis ha\tng published a few amatory' p()en:1i 
Mtraartiliom, from Camoens, Wc must own if to be a" me- 
•"Aflly (ruth, that liiile attcniiou is ever paid to the original 

Mtlificatioas of gar diplumalisls ; tlxir sppoiuUnent is matter 

of mere favour; and Ministers have the phiUMbropy to look 
upon them as very able men, (ill they have proved themselvea 
otherwise. In this state of things, Lord Strangford's nombxyr 
tion to a diplomatic station, must be (»Misid«rcd as rath«r« faiw 
tunate selection. His poetical effusions prove that be is-po»4 
semed of some genius and some taste) his translations front 
Camoens shew that he was well acquainted with tbo PtirtugUMtt , 
language,aiidsolioitousabout the literature, and, coosequeatlyy 
the mamiers of that country. How many of our Secretaries of 
Legation cotdd be named with equal qualifications ? How many, 
even of our Ambassadors know and care nothing more about tbn 
language of the country to which they areseix, than the beani 
of Siberia? 

The aext olijectioa is, that although Ijofd Slrangford may 
do very well for some subordinate place, fur a Secretary of Lc« 
gation, yet he is every way unfit for the high station of Am- 
bMMdoc.; that he has neither rank to impress the Por(ugne«A 
with asease of bis dignity, nor experience to make up for this 
lamentable deficiency; that he is only a poor Irish \Mpit whts 
must have recourse to bis industry, and has hitherto beea oiik>. 
ployed in a subordinate oiSce. 

It is curious to observe the ctovfo foot of this tool of the greatr 
aristaciacy, which sumetinies p r ets o ds to be the friend of tb« 
people^ the asaertor of equal rights.- Because Lord Strangford it 
not bom a Marquis or a Duka, we are told that he is not at all a 
fit person to negociate with theHurtagueseOrandee?., the !>ouras»' 
and Araojos, aiM Almeldas, and twenty other odd names, of 
which no one ever heard before : men who would have beea 
glad to retain their places %t the price of licking the dust off a 
French Viceroy's foot ; and whose counsels protracted the slay 
of their PHnoe, till he could scarcely evade the chains of bit 
opp ra sstr. It Is amusing, in the oiueleenth ccD(ary, to hear it 
objected, to an Ambassador, (hat he was not bom^.to a great 
title t at a period' when the greatest generals, statesmeo, and 
negociators pf the age caascaKely tell the names of their great 
grandfatbefs i wlieo the ancient nobility of the Holy Empire are 
hardly ever meatioiu^d, and the ensigns of the upstart Legion of 
Honour are received by Sovereign Princes with profound revo* 
rence. We must own that we have no particular satisfoclion ia 
seeing important trusts placed in tho hands of untried men, 
merely because they happen to be born Earls or Dukes. 'We 
never beard that those servants were best who received the 
wages before they did the work ( every employer will tell you« 
that sueh a practice serves only to render them nqHigent, lacy, 
and insolend The nuhappy Emperor of Austria affords a sad 
instauce of a great Prince, mined by adjusting the appeint- 
iiMBts ot his servants, ncrording (o the rank of their birth. 
'The argument which The. Morning Chronicle here ui^es against 
liord Siraiisford's appointment, we should urge- in favour of it.* 
.Utbeogh a Lord, he is not possessed of suOrtent inftuence or 
weatlitjto enable bim to snake a A^nre in the world, without hi* 
own axeruims< he most execute his comintMinos well, olhrrwtser 
ho will have no m»re nitmsted to him ; while, without ihetc 
appoiatmfiit!!, be tiiiist be reduced to ohscitriiy end indi^nc*. 
Such is the man who << likely to be atlptuiv^ein the aiaiiageinent 
(if our politicdl intri';t.'itj, since upon his succevs eaiirely de-> 
pendsiiis QWn bttuM; turtune. 

iisit if this olijcctinn t« the appointment of Lord S(mn!tf.>r<I 
so maaifasdy turns in his tevour, w^hat shall we uny to (he other 
ol^irction, that he is unquallded for the higher office, bemuse he 
has filled the lower ; tbnt he is unlit for discharging the duties 
of an Ambassador, at the same Court where he has acted af 
Secretary of LegaMpi? My (his rule, a mnn would be rendered 
nnfit for an nffirr, aierely hv taking the preparatory stppj to' 
.(qualify himself fur it ; .tud it ttould be the best policy in the- 
.tvorbl to make some painless Xarl or Marqnit, who uaderetood 
oboHt atmucb of diplomacy as he did of Jbe laagusce and mttn— 
ners of the cotmtry to.wjiich. be was nrntt vaitlt isto the sintina 
of Ambassador ov^r Lbe bead of a Secretary of Legarioa, ex> 
]veTteqced in all these isdisgrnsaWo requisites. Here, truly, n 

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«fbo may be Ificllned to stmt a year or twa in the r<*»i of an 
AmbaMtidor. Uwr* fUraiigford i« diH|«ailfi(4l for iuch on ap- 
pMnttaelit, became Iw had prculiarmottvo tokecoiiietboreii|;li- 
\j orquaintcd with th«lanKttag^aiui raaapenof the Porucanw t 
kvcause he had lived at the Court of Portugal a oau&ideraUe 
ttroe, oud in the vrry titaalian bf«t calcolated to afford him a 
••mitlete luiowledse of ihe charactm and vleiri of oil the (reat 
men at that Court— io the temporary exercise of the functlow 
of an Ambasndor ! If theie b« the ooly dixjualiiicatkonf of 
Lord Stranjford, there are few, indeed, of TJte Hnaing CKrtni- 
cfc't men of high rank, who would not be excaltently fitted for 
Ambosaudors nt the new Court of the Brazils. 
' But a (till heavier charce i* attempted to be throini an |U>rd 
Strangfotd : we are iofornwd that he ha* expoted klmiclf ai a 
Tain boaster, that the di«|iatchet which he leat to hii Goreis- 
ateot contained palpiible falfehoods, aad that on these aecoimM 
he it both contemptible and odiou& in the eye* of the IVioce 
Regent and bit Court. Mow we uiutt acknowledge that we do 
hM yercelve (he «lifi;ble«( ground for inch auertiom ; and K 4Mt 
be the rate, ihey can only be considered at malignant calaouiiei 
iiiveated for mtochievoiU parpoaes. From his Lordebip's dls- 
^eb(* we perceite that tka Ceart of Portugal had prepared 
Car cmiKraiion, at soon ata French invation began to.b* appM- 
bcoded ; and though it might tcry well be iaiiarrrd 'tha« Ibete 
preparatioDi were accelerated by the Instances of the Britith 
Cioteruaieni, Ibrougb their agent at Liibon, yet hit Lordtfiip't 
ditpatchet do not give a bint that he bad any inrrK in the 
transnrtion. lie nfterwardt iafonm ut that the Coart of For- 
tngnl lost its rctolaliou at the hour of emigration approached { 
that, in tpitc of bit remouiUancei, it aaited itidf wHh the 
eoctnietof Britain, and was ready to pvrchate the forbearance 
of B«aaparte,at the price of eagagtog ia the utmost boitilitiet 
dgaiatt thit country ( that, however, he renturtd to reaew bit 
scgociatiom with the Court of Litbon ; thai be then fMUMl all 
the Priace Regent's apprebeuxiom directed to a FreiKh army, 
had ail hit hopes to a Britith Heet t and that, oa hit l<ordthip't 
aKiorancei that the Prince would Hod protector* iaitead of ene- 
min in onrshipt of war, the Portiiguete fleet iaUaedfattely begaa 
to drop dotvn the 'I'agas. Now in ail Ihii «a caaoot tre any 
thing that deserires the name of wain boaltini:: Liard Strang 
tatA merely assuaet the merit of having tak«a the lait ttcp 
to remove every remaining temple of the wavaring Por- 
tuguese ; and of having taken upon himtelf tome arrange- 
aieait for which be had not time to receive orders from 
hit Court. A* to hit asaertion that the confidence of the 
Fortugne^e in the protection of Britain arote from tiw 
nodcration of uur Mini:itert in not menacing tlieir Court, ttizing 
their Seel, plundering tlieir dockryards, and treatiag thit Ally 
Hke a prosimie earmy whom he had bound band and foot — we 
have no betitation in beiieviag it : had they always behaved in 
thit manner, we thonld probably have at least one nation 
lest in the catalogue of our enemiet. If Lord Strangfbrd't re- 
pwtealationt were the cause of thit moderation, we have only 
to regret that we had not similar Ministers at tome other Courtt 
•f Enrope. 

The other iotlnuatioa of Tkt Maming Chrtnitk, that hit 
LorHship mutt be aiuiceeptal>le to the Portagneie Govemneat, 
ioes not rest on even the ilightest fonndation. The Prince Re- 
^Bt consulted with him in bis utmost extremity, relied upon his 
assurances of British forliraranre and protection, tailed in his 
company till be had reached the open ocean, and at parting lie- 
stowed upon him cordial expreasioas of esteem, accompanied by 
nsch presents at it is ninal for Priocei to iiettow oo well deserv- 
ing tttttjcct*. 

From these coniiderattont, we think oortelvet entittad to 
csnclnde that the attack of The Morning ChronieU on Lord 
StrangffMd wata mere work of party i atlab to the miaiitf7at 
the czpence of -aa nnoSrnding individual. We have no ade- 
quate meant to jodge of his Lordihip's real degreeof Ability; I 

would have been the height of iiguttire in ministers Aot to h'avi 
igivea him the appaiotiaefet of ambassador at the court of tiM 
[ Braxik. After bavlag attended the Portu^ete gevenimeiii ii 
I all ittfattunet, after lMvin)( bad every opfevtahtty of ttadyini 
itt viewi aad character ) after having aorompaaled it at a pro 
: lector io the UHMt distressing circumstance of Its flite, would i 
I have been proper, or politic, or jatt, to set aside thit niaii, aoi 
sobstitale in bit place tome person who knev nothing more o 
the Portogueae than of tha KaauoiMtkant ? Lord Btrangfbii 
may behaiTc.ill hereafter | but where it the Man who eilhe 
'tram hit services oir his knowledge lutal ptcteot an eqaal cfahi 
to the Braziliaa emlMuiy ? 

We ramot ceaclade tbete aniaiadvertioiis, without noticinj 
the pompous decbuaatieas which have appeared in The Mern 
ing ChrotUcU, respectiagthe extreme importance of conrillatiai 
the Biaciliaa Court, and the extreme delicacy of this under 
i taking. Were the Coart of Koaiia indeed, to qacttlon, a Cour 
jof vast and iadependcat power, such language might very pro 
perly tie held t but as to tlie Portnguete Government, whic' 
hat not, aor ever had the power of iq|orlng nt, wbieh depend 
upon at esUfeiyfor the supply, the protection and improve 
meat of lit new dominioiM, we thonld not imagine that any grea 
art was mioisite, eitiier to gain its good-will, or to retain it 
fidelity. But the anhappy Mmming CArtaicto, in purtaitof it 
vocation, wat uader the necessHy «f repretenting (bit object s 
too gieat to be affected by bUy bat the redoblHable poHliciu 
of itt ewa faction. 


Pabis, Dbc. 13.— The following renmrks appear in Tk 
MomHrur, upon two articletof nawt extracted from the Eogiisl 
Papers. Toe lint relates to the communication between Gib 
nritar and the Spaaith territorie*. The UonUeur obterves 
" Comnrrc« wat carried on then betweet Spain and GlbratUT 
If the King of Spiuo knaw tliat hit loeveniort betiayed (be! 
dHt^aod traded with Englnnd, whilst England iovadet bis co 
loniei, turprisrt hit frigatrt, raassncrei his soamen durini 

Kaeoi and causes so many miseries to his people, hi* Ca(holii 
^iesty could aot bat be indignant at it." 

tlpoa the sccead Extract, which relates to Mr. Rote jantor' 
mission, 2'ikc ifaaUear renarks, that, *' the English bav< 
strange ideas of the Sovereignty of Nations, if they think th 
Americans posiUaaimoM aad impolitic enough to l>arterawa; 
their indepoideoce aad abandon Ibeir share of tlie commerce a 
the Colonies to Eagtond. If they should adopt such a mode n 
rsnduct, renomiee the sovereignty of their Sag, and iaterdic 
tbemselve* from all isommerce with Fiaace, tli^re is no dotb 
Ihjit tearing thus to pieces their first charter of indcpeodcDCC 
they would l>e at war with France, aad with qll the Conlincii 
tal "Powers." 

Dkc. 16. — General Jnnot'i Proclamattoa, upon enterin 
Lisbon, states In nhatance, that the Frmcb army entered th.n 
city to save the Prince and the country from the iadueoc 
of England— but that the Prince, to respectable for bit virtue! 
has siifTered himself to be guided by the ndvico of some bad |ki 
sons about him, nnd has thrown hinitrlf iiilu the arms of hi 
enemies ; that these persons IntlnuattHl appreheMloa* fur hi 
personal safety ; hit snbjert« iiave been coatidcred nt nethiai 
•lad their interests have been s.terificcd to the cosvordice t 
some courtiers. — " Inhabitantt of Lisbon," add* the Ucaeral i 
Chief, " remain quiet in your houses, neither fear my arm 
nor m>-teir; we are only terrible to our enemies and to th 
wicked. The great Napoleon, my Matter, fakt tent me to ft* 
tect yon — I will protect yoa," — It wat not Fort Beller, b< 
Fort Belem, the gunt of which were tpiked by the PHace 
order, (oenerat Dclabode has been appointed CoaMaandaat ( 
Lisbon, and of all the troops in that city. We hoped that th 
Prince, knowing nt \nif\\\ what were the real interest* of hi 
kingdom, was preparing to accede to the grand ConiMeiw^ c 
Europe ; bat all these dnaatutratioas were oaiy •• ataay nut 
to gain time. And what vte has he made of tkis tiaac t h e ht 
d.'serted (be throne which he mig ht have rendered free. Th 
mult of hit wise monceuvres, is to ensare himself, tiU frrtb in 
cidetits happen, the post of Viceroy or Govcraor of aai Bif lisi 
Colony, Hit ceadact h«t proved the necenity of Ibt Expedi 

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tiao to Portugal. The J^xpptiXlo^- ol the Englisb will toon 
rMTtoce hint of Ikeir gra<if<D, But Europe sees with joy 
Itat u ■iliaaee which .aaitak the imn B^st powerful Soverejgnt 
tfUvf, eo«U iMvec be faawaM qt.a iaar« pritic«l menrmt. 
nil (sayact alooe caa fuor^tee it froyi the ioccKant aggres- 
riataf a oiaritiae despf^tism, whoie lurcft and richett ipoils 
wealiran (lie w reckt of the Ihrooes it pretends to prolect. 
. Oa the S4th N'orember, a flaf of trace gent ia by. .Sir Sidaey 
taitk, arrived at Lisbon, wfth the fullowiog potitrajtioK ;-r- 
** To all whoin it may coocem. — It beiog notoriona that the 

Cof Portaptare shut acniiwt the British O^g, and that his 
■lie tbycH^'s Miituiters has quilted the capital, the 
■Mlh of the Taetts ia declared to De. in a state of rigoroni 
tbclude. It is, tberefors notified to the Portuguese Govtfu- 
■cm, that the eiecntion of thi« meaiure will be rigoroiuly eu- 
bneil, aolil the diffirultiei that HaTC, lately arisen be, done 
iiiy. The CoobuIs of neutral powert are also informed of 
tka,io order that they amy acquaint their different Coiirti with 
tkoUoclude, which will be maintained in the manner autbo- 
rMij the laws of natioiu and the treaties concluded between 
Uldiuiak Itlajesty and the aeotrU Pnwen. 

" ^. Su>str Smxa." 
Oihtri M* Haarnia, tfftht Tagut, Nov. 8S. 


3Vni(,' Ifov. 5, 1807. 

" Sit — I batten to commiinicate to yon the followiuc aew>, 
(•oained in a letter I received three days ago fvom the Consul 
tiewnl sf the Oaited Siafet at Alfien, Coloacl Lear, dated 
Ik tin of October last ; by wlikbhe inform* ioe,, that, on the 
Utkof that mqelb, the Oey seat for tho. Dragomans of the 
laericiBi Swedish, Danish, and Dutch Consuls, and ordered 
Iktii to iDforiD iiieir respective CAnsuls, that he bad lonf; 
*tit(d for their Anonities doe fqr soipe tim; — that hi* patience 
fc» exbawled, and that Ifbe did not receire advicea throngii 
fte Mdlain of Alinat, or by iome spMdy arrirah, which 
ikxildaaure biro of the anaoities being loon paid, they should 
IH tie coii«e<io«Ticea. 

^ The Consul <Se*eraI c w itWtwd thb as » formal declara- 
tUa, the reigning Ifry being At (fee habit of carrying his threats 
otsfMaiiwi— and be thinks that tlure Is liMte doabt-«f bis 
)n«Aia|(«ith one of the powen, *r witli all-^tat we preswne 
ih( if kis attack* be directed agsthwt one alone, tlie extent of 
«T MUKrce ia theae seas wilt be aa oMert of templatioa to 
kia. Yo« will, in oonse^nenee, Immefflfately advise all Ame- 
rioa ikipt te y oar district to be on thetr goard, and also tram- 
M ikii iaTomratioa to sack of oor Cesunli ia Bwope as you 

■q kne oceaaiim to cenrespand with. 

** I hare the hJMioor to be, '&e. 

(Signed) " C. D. Coxa." 

fuu, Dao. 24. — The Jfonitsiir of this date, contains several 
*N>ifoa the aews extracted fram the £oglisb Papers. Upona 
^"»jn»h in one of the Papers, relative to the rise of the Funds, 
■ a«fa«Bce of the arrival of a Flag of Truce, i t observes : 
»1j° f 'H of Truer h»s been sent from France to Kngland. 
j^ws liavebeen placed at the ditpositionof M. De Hettemich, 
ne kiariaa Ambassador, to communicate with England.— Of 
msseworid Fla«s of True* from France be ? Do we not 
«•" that the preient Ministry have proclaimed the principle of 
^»««*»1 war f The refusal of the mediation of Russia, the mas- 
"^•f Copenhagen, the present lafluneos decree by which Eng> 
■M siriaiiates herself to tho Dey of Alglen, do they not suft- 
mitlysuke known that noiieMe is pouible whilst this Club of 
*^OIigatek« shall be at the head of the £i»lish Adminls- 

OMtapangraBhreUUvetotberecognitlonof Christophe, as 
'wjtotofHaytf, »« JfoartM.1- remark* : 
_.."** tiyB rig n a is . who have amaiaored the Whites at Co- 
gr*'"? *•••<* ^ themsalveawlthtlMi Brigands who have 
"•■wes the WkitnatSt. Domingo, would not surprise any 
•»?B«*h are e^aaUy the etiemies of Europe." 
j^UJjj»«tndiceof the Rassian Sqaadron into the Tagus, 

j]^ Rwsl™ uiaBdraai cannot be surprised— it is in safetv, 
■■SSI neaped all yoar soares.— Admind Siniavin," by his ma- 
"^w.*aiipared.jewaMalsft«w crime." 
^yj«*|iangiaph in (|ie En^ish napers respecting tife ditpo- 
JJ^maimia not beiqg favourable to us, ZUMoiaUur ob- 

el*^''«C'«w«»«;'tlie whole world, which the atro- 

Wl jTtUr y""' oligarchs h«« roused against yon, yoa 

*•■« ' ""'"" f»*' <<»«» not curse the British name.— 

^^ *»«»»t however, Uic tepott of St. <)oimii|0 and the 

Ocy of Algierk. The latter ^as explained himself categorically 
—He has declared your law foeoded apon justice and the la w v^ 

. An article in one of the English Papers having Staled tbi(t 
Mr. Hill, who is goin^ to Sardinia, is the bearer of dispntrb^ 
for tho AnstHan Government, announcing the acceptance of the 
\ustriaB and il^ssinn Mediaiioe, TMe ilonieur.wyt, "that 

, ^' Jit if true that the Emperor of Austria, upon the Srst inteU 
ligence of the events at Copenhagen, demanded explanations 
from Englaiid, and, as the Emperor of Russia did, demanded 
low far she intended to make the world groan under the mi«rie# 
uf the present war, and whether she ima^inrd tbtit all the .Go-* 
vemments of the .Continent would longer »ufler the vexation* 
offered tatbeircommfriceiand theviolalioQdflheirflags? 

" To this Declaration worthy of .n great Sovereign, whatdiA 
Kngland reply i She replied by the Decrees of tie 1 Ith No- 
vember. ■ ' 

*' At London, a* at Vienna, and at Petenbargh, the peopl* 
<feM#'tle temlmitlailof thislnfermiil war, which isproAtable 
only tl>p{ratea; but the Ministers of perpetual war will laugh 
at the evil* which Europe is suffering, until the avenging blew^ 
f«o*B the band* of tbe English themselves, tired with the odioui 
part they are made to play, or from the hands of the Continc n l rf 
Powers, shall alleogth fid the world of them." 


ViBif ir A, Dbc, S. — Little attention seems now to be paid to 
the ^oitttes of thl* capital. The peace.of the Continent app^r* 
t» be tented for a long time, and the policy nf our Courtis hail* 
edwlth blessings, " having made common cause with the Con* 
tkwot against England, wc are assured, Ihat oor Ambassado* 
at London, Prince recalled. 

There has lately been estdblished a naniber of new batterle* 
for the protection of the port of Triest : a numerous train of af' 
tlllery bas been smt from the arsetutsof the Interior of AHStiria» 
and even from this capital, for their destination. All the coasM 
will likewise be funiislied with cannon, in order lo fnutmte ait 
attempt* that may be made by the English agaln«t our malWmd 
place : for it Is easy to foresee, (hat the British Cabinet must b< 
nach incensed at seeing our Conrt adopt the measures sii Impe- 
lionsiy prescribed by the interest of the whole Continent, foval 
length patting an toi to British despotism. Wc learn, be«tdM» 
that the Arcbdnke Citiiilrs has lately Issued orders f6r retnfi>rc^ 
ing the troops already stationed on the coast, 

■ It batalsu been lately determined, that the Aostrinn frtnMeni 
on the side of Turkey, shall i>e furnished with a cordon or 
tcoa|isi and with that view several regimeoti aretdready pro* 
ceediog (o Hungary, and thence to Formio and Croatia. 

DscsM»E4 I&— On the lith inst. thi; Freiirb garrtsoB o( 
Braooau marched out of the fortress, and powettion muf takes 
of it on the part of the Austrians. 

Yesterday the Diet of Hungary was to be doted, pet it ift 
thought, that the sittings will continue some time tongcri but 
the EmpcroK.iS' l« retoni on the :ilst inst. The Diet has de<« 
creed, in suppojrt of the Royul Finances, a grant of six per 
cent, un all income, and one per cent, on all immovenblo pro* 
perty. There are Magnates in Hungary, who, in caosesuenc* 
nf Ibis new Ux, will have to pay 900,000 florin*. Prioee ]^tt*r« 
hazy will iiave to pay upward of double that sam. 

CAi>ts, Dec. (T.-^Twenty-fri-e thousand French troops are 
expected every bou^ in this city and its environs. There it not 
tbe least doubt that French (roups will (alee possession of all tbe 
sea-ports of Spain. Oovernor Soling bas Icfi Cuiliz to put hlin^lf 
at tbe bead of 80,000 Spanish troops, which are to bcjoincd wilh 
80,<XX> French hifaMry and IO,<XK) who are proceeding towards 
Portugal. A raowMr i* aftoat here, which seems ge-ierally ere- 
dited, that very severe restraiots will be im|iosed upon every, 
description of export, as Bonaparte hat discovered thai the pm*' 
visions of his prohibitory decree agaioit commerce have not 
been enforced in the several port* or Spain with all the rigour 
which he requires. 


Mtran, Dtr. 19. ' 


We, Napoleon, by the Grace of God, and (he ConstitMtiuo of 
tbe Empire, Emperor of tiie French, and King of Italy, decree 
as follow* ;— 

Art. 1. We adopt fl»r. enr Son, Prince Eugene Beauhamois, 
ArchchaoceUor of Sti^tc of our Esopln of France, and Viceroy 
of our Kingdum of Italy. 

Digitized by 




JAN. t 


, 8. The Crown of Italy shall be, after Uf, and in default of 
«ur rhtldren, and male legitimate deacemiaots, hereditary in the 
person of Prince Eugene, and his direct Ir«:itimate descendants '| 
TToni male to male by order of primogeniture, to the perpetual 
exclusion of women and their descendants. 

3. In defaolt of our tons, and male descendants and the sons 
and male descendants of PrineJ! Kngene, the Crown of Italy 
'shall deTolve to the son and nearest relative of such of the 

Princes of our Blood, as shall then reif^ in France. 

4. Prince Eocene, our ion, shall enjoy all the honoars at- 
tached to nnr adoption. 

5. The right wliieh our adoptlongives him shall never, in any 
case, authorise him or his detcendaats to urge any pretensions to 
the Crown of France, the succession to which is invariably 
■iijicd. (Signed) Natdimos. 

A Decree of the 30th confers upon Prince Eugene Napoleon, 
the title of Prince of Venice. 

'Another Decree confers upon " our well-beloved Gimod- 
daughter. Princess Josephine, as a mark of our satisfaction to 
our good city of Bologna," the title of Princess of Bologna. 

Another I>ecree declares the Chancellor Melzi, Dake of 

After the above Decreet had been read, the -Emptror made 
the following speeeb: — 

" Gentlemen, Piissidenti, DotH, and Commercianti, I see 
yoB with pleasure about my Throne. , • ' 

" Returned after three years absence, I am pleased at re- 
jnarking the progress which my people have made — but bow 
j^aoy tbiogs remain to be done to efface the faults of our fore- 
lathers, aod to reader you worthy of the destiny I am prepar- 
ing for ynu. 

• '' Tiir ialestine divisions of our ancestors, their miserable 
egotism to particular cities, paved the way for the loss of all 
par rights. The country was disinherited of its rank and it* 
^aity : that country which, ip more distant ages had carried 
•o far the honour of its arms aud tclat of its virtues. I will 
Make Biy glory cuasist in regaining that kM and those 
virtue*. . 

" Citizens of Italy, — I have done much for you ) I will do 
mack mora — But on your side, united in heart as you are in 
jatecest with my people of France, consider them as elder bro- 
then.— Always behold the source of our prosperity, the gua- 
rantee of our institutions, and that of our independence in 
^ Daian «£ tbe Iron Crown with that of my Imperial 

• MiLAH, Dec. 82.— Yesterday Depntationt from the three 
Electoral Colleges were introduced to kis Maje»ly, who vras 
•eated on his throne, with the Viceroy j- the Oniiid Duke of 
Berg, aj>d the Prince of Nenfcbatel, by his side. — To the ad- 
dress of the Duke de Lodi, President of the CoHege of Possi- 
denti, be replied, ** Ootleraen of the College of Pussidenti , 
I am pleased with the sentiments you have expressed — the 
laws of property form the compact betwrHO the Sovereign and 
tke^ P#op)e---Rely alwayr^pon my protection." — To the ad- 
dl«ff«f «heCbHege of Dotti, he replied, " Gentlemen of the 
€l«S«ige of Dotti, yeqr talent* give you a great influence over 
Mi«iMtio«i — employ them for the advantage of the Throne and 
the Laws, wMdi are the support of It.-r-Your prosperity is 
equally necessary to my pespie and my glory — It will always 
please me to' give you proof; of my benevolence." 

, To tke CoHege of Commercianti, he said, — " Tbegraatnesi of 
^.State is particularly advantageous to the prosperity of Com- 
merce, so necessary to the good of agriculture. The laws on 
■iviiich my empire is founded are especially useful and honourable 
to you. J shall constantly walcb over your interests, \ am 
pleased with the sentiments you have just ezpreited." 

Paris, Dec. ST. — It appears to be certain, that (he Emperor 
and King will return to P^ris liefore the Itt of January. ' 

It is said that the King of Persia has declared war against 

-«^«»»— ^- 

LtSBos, Df.c. 5. — General J uootjiaving ordered, the evening 
liefore his arrival in this city, a corps of French troops to proceed 
by the suhurbsof LieJbon, t» Port St. JaUesi, which is the prin- 
tipal defense of the mouth of the Tagus, the corps entered the 
fort, the command of whi«h wasgiycnto lhe>Ciiief oftheiiri bat- 
t.ilion of the 70ih regiment uf infantry. It is a in good cooditran, 
and well mounted with caiuiun, A tempest ferced the EnglSsfa 
^oet, which.has.been.ia.eil(ht, tnuaftlte tail, and down to tkii day 
It has Dot re-«ppcaied. 


•ENATE, DBC. 1. 

The bill reported by Mr. Adans, " For tfce prcaeitratioa^ 
peace and maintaiuance of the authority of tlie (InHad -StM 
fn the ports, harbours; and waters, wider titeir JoriMUctiral 
after undergoing a slight amendment, was ordered to a thil 
reading without a division. The question was taken oB rtrlj 
ing out the 5th section, which interdicts the eatraace of a 
British armed vessels into ports and waters wf tb« Uttited State 
and vests the- President with power to tate «»ff the proTvsion 
whenever, in his opinion, due reparation Kball be utaiie, an 
lost.— Yeas 3, Noes 86. 

Dec. 2.— The Senate passed a BiU.introdaced by Mi 
Adams, for the preservation of peace in the ports and harboui" 
of the United States, with but Jtttle variation frrjni the origins 
Bills. The division on the passage *af— 'Veas «6, Noes 3 t th( 
Members dividing as on the motion tostrikeouttbe first section | 
the affirmative in one case becoming the negative ia the other. 

Dec. 3.— The Bill making an appropriatioa for the mort 
efftctual defence of the ports and harbours of tlie United States, 
wa£ passed but vflth little division. 

New York; Dec. 7.— We are told that on Sanday mom. 
ing a British 74, and two frigates, anchored in Lynhaven Bay ; 
that the officers every day_ since then, landed froa» them near; 
the Pleasure-house, (whose name we do npt at present wish to 
mention; has had the temefity of sapplyiqe them with some 
necessaries, intimatiop of which has been given to Brigadier- 
Geueral Mathews. 

Dr.c. 8.— The following it extracted from a letter receive^ 
by a Merchant of this city, l^y the CAlypso i— 

" ^aurdeauj^ Oct. 15, t£OT. 

" William Lee, Esq, Amcrlcaq Consul in this city, has re- 
ceived a letter from (ioneral Armstrong, desiring him to advise 
all Masters of vessels to quit this port ia ^* thort a time as pos- 
sible. The like advice, it It said, has been given to the C«isult 
■t the other tea pprit. •Bonaparte will have no neutrals— ABe. : 
rioaus n ill have to fight for him or against him." i 

Dec. 8. — We ate glad to, notice, that the attention of oar fel- 
low-cilizeia is awakened by a ieiue of tfaeeTili which the Nan- 
importation Act mutt produce, if suffered to go iot4 operation. 
As a war measure It certainly can be of no u»e, for, ou the oc> 
curreoce of that dikastrout event, a total, not a partial restric. 
tioii, must be enforced ; at a measure of irritation, until negoci- 
ation is hopeless, it it palpably unwise, for thete reasoM, a« 
well as because in its eU'ectt it would bear pecaliarly hard.npon 
that dass of citizens, who have engaged in.dittnnt voyages, uii- 
dertakeu'frpm their own hopes, and the avowed expectations of 
the Goverpmeiit, that peace with Great Britain would be pre. 
served} we are happy to learn that a respectful memorld ta 
Congressi which does not affect or express any party feelings or 
sentiments, requiring its suspension or repeal, is now in circnla. 
tioii.and will be very numerously subscribed by oorcitiBcm. 
■ Dec. 10.— The Non-impQrtatlon Act goes into operation oa 
Monday next, uriless Congress, duripg the present week, rejieal 
or suspend it for a further period,. 

The Rouse of Rcprcsenlatives of Pensylvania, have refuse^ 
to answer the Governor's speech, forty-three to forty-two, 


GLAtGOW, Jax. 5 A Mercantile Iloate in town hat fa-i 

voured us willi a copy of the fallowing Official Notice. 

Trait, to the JBrniito.- Licence* are directed t» 1^ ?»*• 
pared for this trade by the Privy Council, upon the foltown 
ing conditions :— " The Licence it to be iwkoned by the Portn- 
Ruce Miuister here, and invoioet of the cajigo to be <'«'»*"f* 
him,— Vessels to proceed only to the Wand of St. Cath«rtn«.»» 
to the southward of Rio Jaueiro, there to wail the direcOoof oi. 
the Pqrtufuete Government.. No arlidet to be alitfwed wJhci 
were not heretofore admitted in Portugal, and to pay the «""« 
duties, *' Hstcr KoalUt Jg'*'- 

/.onden,. Ja*. 8, lb08. 

AuTiQUiTiEs.— About a fortnlg^ '«»!««^'*'''"'.j'"'5SI! 
on that part of the Caledonian Canal, which cuts the stde <w n^ 
hill Torravain, mknlnvernen, and cloti: ttir the oW road l«"'^ 
to Li>chucss, dug up a cilver chain, of doable liull!, to a" f™* 
tainlHg thirty rIAgf:— Ttie thicltnrts of iWljars. "h'*? ^!»' 
the links is al)oat that of a man's little finger, and '"» "^' " 
diameter of the rlHai mnj be a little more than an '".*|* "t,^ 
half} the chaHl weigh* ti* p«tods, «nd is of iilv»r«4«»« "" 




sonJI qoanlily of ulluy, sccBiui{;ly of bmttt «r co^pyer. A 
hua didrtoii <ras fnund near the chain, andaj»ieeeaf the 
««ariBrUl, resembline in shape a bracelet, but vhich could not 
k(T« tees handed fur that imrpose, beintr roosiderabl; tau 
nuU. fmrmMM i> mid to hare been the anrient capital of the 
HMok ki^, aod the letU vt Cra% Pkatrirli, aear that town, 
aadi UBanj others, are lappoicd la be the rewaiu of the 
rni) kabitatiom of that rare. 

DirhK the late htajy falli of mnir, which were leveiely felt 
hf *U the itore &iinen io Seotlanl, two sheep, the property of 
Mr. BmnuD, fanaer, at Westhope, ia the county of East Lo- 
(Jao, were bibwa «p tad cmttei over with now, bcoeatb 
kUcli (key nnrived in> lew thaa fire weeks and fear days, with- 
sstfiiMlt aad after haTiof, of coarse, been coasiderid as lost, 
m of ckcm, after a day or two of thaw, traiveUed home to the 
Imtntttiing from the place «rhere (as was discovered,) it had 
hnUtim ap. a distance of about two mileii, and is now thriT> 
wtmi Map «i«U I but the other ooe was feuad 4«ad. 


>nu<f , Jam. 2. — Betseeo tlie hoursoCsIx an'd Miren o'clock, 
« ITrioesday, the 30(b ult. an attempt was made to set the Dub- 
la LUirery Society House on tice, by putting a lightfd piece of 
M), wrapped ap In a quantity of liuen rag and nliiteo brown 
mer, smoo; a great oamher of bundles of unbound books and- 
IwK faperi, wbjcji were stored at the farthest part of the hall, 
Mimtntfre than two feet from thpcteling and staircase. Had 
U aoliieea (or a GcBtleaian of the Dublin Library Society, who 
vupAog out of tha boui>e, and discovered a smoke and smell of 
fTr,ud a tame faaTinx actually burst out from the papers, the 
.iMoe most tiaTe been on tire, and probably consomcd, A rc- 
s*r4 ku been oSsred for the discovery of the ofl'eoder. 

k»<i«KiMc AcciVBST.-v-A sKlaochoiy accident lately dc- 

rvred ia the Oistillary ta Biet^. When the fcnuentin); vat 

Bu lobe cleaned, though tbe meit bad been alwafis ttricily cn- 

j<iiici}o harem largf place t^Xep out tbe^,revlou('Qii())t,,aa<] 

•littaput down some nnralug cosih, rind artcrwards Io throw 

isafuatityof water, in order to ex pel the new air, yet, fmn 

^om^ifgBmtt one of then, wWioot eiea trying the siut^np 

ofonMPt «f «ei>di%c down • lif hMd caadte, rashi; dew^i^trd 

isui the Tat, aod was stlffocated lu a moment. His rumpaiiians 

kcsrimkim fall down, one of i^em haitiiy went to his as«ist- 

Htt, sad though stbers, who were present. Instated on bis lyine 

anfersand his iTnist, he, through overativtcty (» snvr his 

tminii, instaatly .desoenicd witbeat it, bat bad scarrrly 

■sdcdibe bottoB of the ladder with a rope ia bis haod to-fss- 

*>isike other iiuui« wb^n be hiiuself nj)s so alTcclcd by the 

^Attkc coold only give some tmaulous shrieks or cries, but 

^Wflly gobble to help bimsrlf, be alw fell' down. Iinine- 
dhkcfertiain-wPfe Ihen made bt i^l prenent, and another iruin 
M^ lied a rope roood his waist diesceoded, but before he 
<mM lay hold of either of the other two permus, heaUo wAs 
BKnegly affected that the people above iu»lnully dietv him up 
^s. Korsome niioutesjie ivns strongly cupvulsed, and up- 
fsndllke a person di-rangcd, but on be! rig taken to the open 
air, br immediately recovered. JTo Withstanding What he had 
f>;cnnie«d, bis huimuiily promplnl hiin to make a seruud at- 
■■■pt, iajrhidi be succeeded in throwing a' noose over one of 
<ke sea's legs, and he and that man were bpth drawn out. 
Tkotih ye^ mucli aSecled, and greatly exhausted by 
!ecssi aftempt, he ia^isled on going down a third time for the 
"tkrr man; nedid so, .and in a limilar tvn\ Jicromiilished his 
•'tjert Haviag been rather longrr down this third time, wh<M 
4taai tpv he was very seriously eOisctad, but' foMuaalelv 
not reeavered. lledieaf assir>tance being immediately cojled, 
"try exertion wasma'le by tvto. rraCL'S<igiial (Vutlcineo to 
"nwerthe two mefi who fii'«t desreniled, but tlinugb the <in< 
M bees oaly 15 miftntes. nod the other only 10, in the vat, yet 
verf attanpt to mire them pro<v'cd laplTertnal, 


_Ty fliliBvtng It said to be a most eftbctual method of keepln* 
"•W «♦ Bala land ;— A stick, abont t*o yards in Icnsfh. 
|lxk (MMBeearth in lliemott exposed ^H of the Held, and an 
"■"■MffMalMttle pat oirtkatOfi, th«8liefc«oiag oit the neck. 
[^tlMlMtbwplaeedibare thi« saoaoa secured a seven-arre.s 
J^lf^^(tt.{re«.«b«ird«;pr^atiot)s<-«We cannot vouch fur 
"^ttmofnieabovei but ye hope, that those who are Inclined 
*<h>«Stte h win' male the experiment, a$ th« best and only 

A winter |>ear tree,iiia garden at Qreeuhill,S<ran9ea, has this > 
season prodaved fruit at a vcoad Uogisom ; soaie are nearly the 
size of ail egg. ' 

Lately was shot by Oeor)(e mogle, at Siainpite, near Daaby 
Lodge, )ihesnostiag seat of xbeRt. Hon. Lord V-itraaatDwaiDe) ' 
Im eagle of the fojlowjiy . retaarkable dim«s»toa«: its breadth 
]>et4rc>'ii the tip of the wioip two yards i«o laches, tb« length, , 
frum its beak to the tip of the tail, thirty •eight iorhes, the ex. 
treme breadth of the tail twenty-five When placed in ao 
erect aas(are, its height ttrofeet seven iuehes, its weight sixteea _ 
poaods two ounces : the colour is a mixed brown and white, the 
«ack almost nearly white. This extraordinary bird has bean 

£ut lata » state of prekervation, by Mr. Frank, at Dauby 

LoNGBTiTY.— A Mrs. Mary Thraptoo is nowUvlnj in Kent* 
atrcet, Liverpool, in good health and spirits, at the advanced 
age of 110 years, having been bora inisrntlaad^be 1st of Ja*- 
nuary IR08. She has lived iu the reign of live successive mo> , 
narrhsf b^aoiag w'Mli K'mg William. She bure a distinguished 
part in the battles of Drttiugen, Cullodeu, FouteDuy, &c, under 
the Duke of Cunibrrliuid. j 

Another melanrholy instance of tiie thonghtlessness and im>' 
prudence of mi£litS.-:-On Tuesday last, about one o'doc^- [n tho 
aftemooo, 'Joseph Carr,' an infant aboht fosr yearsof nice, and 
blind, the son of William Carr, serving in the Nai^.v, being left 
by bis mother, in her lodging room In Leues, with two otlii^r 
children younger than himself, for a short time, while tin went' 
to a stoop for ttoar, got'So near tba fii«, that his clothes caa|:bt 
the flames, when the child left the room, aud ran into an ad< • 
joining well-fcoii«e, where' its crtes brought a wenmn from the 
next boase ta lis assistance, but too late, as the flames had cou' ' 
samed all its apparel, except the stockings, to tinder, and so 
miserably burnt the child, that he capired a few hoaw after hi 
the greatest agouy. Coroner's Verdict— Accidental death, . 
rhe uafortuiiate little sutferef was bom Mind, but eould rug 
abost the stivet like other boys, and possessed sach a thnroui;a ' 
iinowladg<vuf bis plt^matet, that he could readily distingnisli 
ope from the other, ' 

'I'wesdiiy, as Thomas Dicker, a lad of 16, of 8ilehes(er, Derks, 
wa» pi«|iM>iMg4o go out a shooting, he found the dist defetire, ■ 
and gave the end of the gun, which was loaded, ii> hiobrviher , 
to hold, who placed It a^tnst his belly « on baibiaering the ttiot 
tha fttivtk taught fire, and Ihp contents were discharged into ike 
bowels of bis brother, who languished iu great agopias titt th*> 
neai dMr. 




Qeorge Wake, Morpeth, brewer, from Jan. j, to Jan. 19,S 
at tcu, at Uuildhatl. 


Wm. Chowoe, Exeter, lineu-dra|>er, to surreailer Jan, 18, 
iO, and Feb. 16, at eleven, at the Globe XaTcm, Bsetrr. At> 
luruey , ';\ir. Anstice, Inner Temple, 

.,\Vin, Cox, seu. Chichester, dealer in earthenware, Jaa, IA, 
ut five, at ihc Cruwu Inn, Stone, Jan. 20, aud I'eit. |Q, at \\mf 
^{'liite Lion Inn, Lane End, Stafl'ordshire, Atturnies, )lr. Wil». 
-on. King's Ueucb Walks, Teniplei or Mr. SecLersou, biaf'' 
lord. . : 

John Hollham, filoueester, wine-merchant. Fob, I , C, and IS, . 
at ten, at the Uooiball Irni, (ilourester. Attoruirs, Ur. O, Clif- 
tun, txrhequerOlBce, Linroln's hiiii or Mr.WarH, (".lourerter. 

Jubn Heskin, Liverpool, straw hat-maniifacturer, Jan. 'iS, 
99, and Feb. 16, at eleven, at the Genrce Inn, Liverpool, At«. 
tornies, iMr. Tbrresi, Liverpool ; or Mr. M iudle, Jubu-ftreet, 
lledfufd-ron t Luudun. 


J.i)n.26, John OJeOrgeThomaB, fVeat Ifamouth, liaen-^raper, 
at three, at the King's Head Inn, Grebt 'Varmnutb. 

Feb. 6, Joieph (jreaves, nai. Gloueevter-baildiogs,Walwertkf 
iiisttradre-broker, at one, at (iuililhall. 

|-'eb. 6, George Sims, Slephen-sireel, Totteuharo-court'.nnd, ' 
coal'imerchaitt, at twelve, at Guildhall, ' ' , 

. Feb- ^< William Lord, Sliipalon-upoQ-Slnnr, dfU(gl|t, ft 
eleven, at the Onlcorn lim. Stow on the Weld. , 

Feb. 6, William Wontwortb Depcamps, Bennet Sueensea 
Mnr^n, aod Peter M'Tajigart, Snirnlk-lai:c, merchants, u tn, ' 
at Guildbail. 

feb. 13. William Williams, Oxford-street, linen-drape'> at. 
twelve, at Guildhall. 

Match I, George Porca«, Leadenhall-narket, poalttror, a( . 
iwelve, «t Guildhall. ' I ' 

Jigitized by ^^- ^ ^^ 




JAN. 10. 


; March SA. Xhn— (t PmImw, Ctmk, Haifolk,Jiawker, at tern, 
at Gaildhalt, London. 

Jte. it. Airthony Gemaii' and Join J^phkon, NottingiMua, 
hMier, at elem, at the Punch. Ifcwl, Noltuigiia». 

Cteoent SteDtieo Richardson, Cambridge, Ilneo-diraper. 
^hmes f onhaw, Prestun, Lancashire, iTuen-draprr. 
Thomas Etherington, Lawrence Ponntncy-lkne, broker. 
Jbseph Kinjc and William EdVard Ktng, King-itreet, Coveni 

■ Garden, silk mercers. 

Jbteph Bishop, St. 9wtthtiC»-lue, merchant. 
Thonuw Bramett, of Bell'i Gardent, Peckbaai,'Barkef girdaier. 
John Wyatt, Cbeadle, Cheibirr, Williaip Piddock FrancU; 
LltehSeU, and James^ Cbedwick, Stow, StttArdihire, calico- 
lAwit Jones, Liverpool, merchant. 
Jbwpb UodgiM, Binnin£bain, baker. 

TiMiiiat. WoMl«rofl and John Wooderoft, SheflMd Moor, 
'Iforkfhire, conriv manofhctnrenr. 
. Thomai Hughes, Norfolk-street, Strand^ wtne-merchant. 


(The Ciasette of lact night cootaio*' aa Qtiewof Concil 
for a National Fast, in England and Irelanl on' 'Wadaeida; 
the 11 tk of Febroary ; aad in Scotland, oa Tkorday tha I8th 
of the same naoUii 

rit aba ooataias the appointiacat of the Duke of Maackettar 
lobeGoveraoref Jaauica, an* of Ccacial Vllletcato kebi* 
U«tt(aiaDt-Go«enor. Vraacit Hiil, Eso, tt-an»iaH«i< aa the 
8#ci«<ary«f he^Ona <• tba Goart of tke Prince Reient of 

' . [It alw>,iaeatiaa» tha capture of th» 8t. Raphael, a Spankh 
lafister •bip» of l^aaai, 07 nttn, hwrias aa baanl MO.OOO 8pa- 
bM daUan. aaA HQO oniaialh of cai^ac^ hfuldes a *alaaUe 
carni, by the Caroline, Catain Rainier. 

[Tm Oaactta alM «9BiafcM aa Order ftfr hlockadias the SpB' 
olab port* of Cadis, Cartbagena, and St. Lncao, with alltba 
IKMti sitnatad betwam the two last.] 


Job* Oarreth«r> Bristol, gtoear, froei.Jaji. MtoFeb. S, at 
tii^ ai CMldhaU, Loadan; 

Joba Clarke, Bacchns-walk, Hoxton, lint-Maon f aa hiiai , 
from Jan. 18 to Feb. 9B; tt-ten-, at fM!MMdl. 

James.Ha4aon, ^atfiqK-atiaet, atanliaat, fiaia JE^ 18 to 
f eb. SS, at ten, at Guildkall. 


. jVilUam 'Wa<toh, Greai Cambridge-street, .tfackaty Road, 

MUdeir; to sarreddtY Jta'. ISS at teii, tS, and F<b. !0, at one, 

at ChiildbaU. Attorney, Mt. V.Ude,j^ Cal<le-stt«er, FMkoa^ 


• ]ki{|ainili JWi(«, RMherhitfa«-«tdi; Siif^,' tatacronitt^ Jtm. 
1«,.«6. aad^Pvh. 8^ at t«*s at GiriMAin. Attamtes, wtan. 
Aieock, Boswell, and Comet, Tork-Mreet, So\Mtfwark. 

. Thamas Mattbewsy Brid^ea^reet, Cttv«nt Garden, lioea-dra- 
]IW, Jaa.SS, Febi*4 at- one, and 90i at twefre, at GMldhall. 
Actiomey, Mr. Charles Harraan, AVine OtSce-courf, Fleet-strret. 

- Horatia Barton, Manebetter, dver^ Jan. 89*, SO; and Feh% SO, 
at two, at the Bridgewater Arniii Inn, Manchestef. Attomies, 
Mbssr*. Cte^hyre and Walker, Mamrhesttr. 

■ James Kidd, NewosstleMtpMi-Tynes merchant, Jan. 90, Feb 
1« and 80, at eleve«, at tke Sh ak e s pear Tavern, Newcastle- 
apoa<.Tyae. Attamie»t Dr. William Atkinson, Cbaacery-lane, 
UMMoDt tmtWr, Batabrid|;e, Ne^casfhsopoB-TyBe'. 


Feb. 3. Robert Beat, Liacaln'.s-iok'aeKIa, meTckaat, at ten, 
at GuildhalULoodon. 

■ Feb. 8. Bdwarf Railtnn, Soothwark, bop-mercbaat, at tea, 
at GuildhalU London. 

' Feb. 8; Edward Charles Wbifehead, WUbaia, Elsex, car- 
penter, at one, at Onildball, London. 

• Feb. 8. John Balrd, Barbican, Londen, dlstiUert at ten, at 

-Feb. 8. Qeonce O'BCagan, Bocklngltam, wbia attKb^M, at 
one, at Guildhall, London. 

■ Feb. t. lliomas Williann and Wlttia'm Pendered, tattle 
Sottoa-street, Clerkenwen, at one, at 6uildha1l, London. 

Feb. 8. Richard Macpamara, Moatseriat, West Ibdits, ner- 
cbant, at elevert, at Gaildhall, London. 

Feb. 3. ftabert Rawiinson, Kiunton-npoo-Hun, nerch^oti 
at-'tww, at Uia White-Bart tsrero, Ktosttoo-apoa-flalL 

Feb. I». WHHam Lewis, Bend-street, woollen-draper, at 
tea, at GaUdhall, Londaa. - -' 

Feb. 8. Jariab Fletcher, Btedtport, Chester, silkaaa, at 
twelve, at Guildfaali. 

Feb. 1. Joha Standerwick, Boorton, Dorset, tike aiaMfite- 
taiar, at tea, at the MeraMud laa, Yeovil. Sonenet. 
. Feb. S. TboMM* Gican, Great Uaion-sueet, Kingstoo-npoo- 
~HbU, dealer aad cbapaiaa, at one, at tbe Dag and Dack, Seile- 
lane, Kinntan-upoq-Hnll. 

Feb. Si. Jaba Grirashaw the Tanner, Preston, Lancaster, 
mpslin-mairafaoturer, dealo- and chapman, at eleven, at tbe 
While Harke bm, Preston. 

Feb. 4..Leanaid Atcbiatoa, Wcab-IUi, Yo«fc,'e«al-«erebiat, 
at davea^ at the Jtease af Mr. iaba Qreaivas, Laed*. 

Feb.L Saasael.aiddail, fiaist, Laacaster, colMa-Baaafie. 
tarer, M twclve,.at tbe, White Bear bn, Manchestor. 

Jan. 30. Jamei Williams, Bristol, broker, at tea, at OaiUI- 

Feb. 8.. Jafea If artia Sawyer, Joseph FletEber TfacaMa, B«d 
Joseph PaweH, Cannaetiaet, ■trrhiilir. at eleven, at GoiU- 

Feb. 17. Henry I.oftns Hodio^, late of Hantiagdoa, *er- 
chant, a* deveq, at t)ie Fonntain Itui, Huntingiion. . 

Charles Adams, Bnry-court, St. Mary- Axe, jeweller. 
Charles Hosey ahd ITichoIai Husey, late of Newgate-itrMi, 

Wiliam Simpson, Strand, tailor. 
John Jackson, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, cabinet-maker. 
James Adams, Stowmarket, Soflblk, upholsterer. 
.Tbomiu Covers, Kingston, Surrey, horse-hair mann&cUirer. 
William Norris, Lancaster, timber-merchant. 


A CorrespoadEent,' who eubscribet bhnself JUrra, is very 
angry at oar assertion. In our Review of Folttical Declaimer*, 
last Sunday, " that Cobbett'r arguments against the olillty of 
the learned languages impoeed only upon those who were as ig- 
norant as himself." la refutallaa «(. (M« leaiark, Hitr* 
statei,that he himtelf is a leaned aiaa t that he bad twme* 
frott' bis own refleeiiom the taraa conetdttoni with Cobbett, 
even bcfcre he had read Cobbett's ditc^uistlions, and that teveiat 
respectable Philoeopiiers were of the saole opinion. All this 
may be very true, but it is no refiitatioa'.af whatwe iuli«a<>«d* 
I far it appear* that naitfaer tbe Isorns^ JKere, atr these d uD sasid 
Philotepiiers, nor indeed any iateWcent pcnoa we have ever 
heard of,dferived their conviction on this fobjecttkvsa Mr. Cob- 
' belt's reasonings. 

We are much obliged to FiHlai aad P.W.K. tot teirh 
, friendly hint*,. and sbali look for the fetare (aveor of theaf 
selves- aad their friaid* anly in proportion as tha faulu they 
allude to are remedied. '' 

The complaint of a JTtgltcUd JrHtt will speedily meat with 
consolation on a scale that, we (rasi, will satisfy his *'P*^'*I 
tion*. We shall be obliged to him for the eommuaiealioa of 
any thing in bis Art, which has beaa nsglectad, and yet i> 
worfliy of the Pablic notice. 

Our Correspotadeut O. Will have the eaadoar ta nwfce an 
allowance for the difference of taste, and will aoccpt our tbaaks 
far hi* pretty eCbsioa, thoa^ we are at present preveated by 
the rcHMmtraaces of auuy -otber Corretpoodeot* ftam Insertlaj 

We shall be happT If. oar stricture* on icnorant aad anprin- 
cipled dedainiers prove a*, convincing to tbe rest of the wotld «ft 
to H. and to PW(e-contistenry. 

The address of the Ittruof has been received. 


The unprecedented demand fbrTBK Natiohax. KsM****} 
on Sunday laat, which all our efforts were unable ta sapplTl*"^ 
the aa«erens applieatiaa* which aw have •toeereeaie^/j'"* 
FifitNainhier, obUgeastare^fiatif We have, the***' 
beg, thataU Subscriber* aad ethers, who mmj ^"^'^TT ^ 
privedofthe First Number aad of the Ti6e-Page, "'''^^ . 
so indispensable to those who intend to bind ap Tan NaI'IO"** 
ACOHTBa, wJUsend their erdcnta (be OflwaiW» f <i»««J^ 

JAN. Ifll 




• LrBBAv M«VDS| eft LrrBkc»T xh* ttun»VM.iv» 
■f tfiAziifC, is regiilar>7 pofcltebed «• tke «nt of every MiMth, TiBK (tTBifTHNTH nrantft «f thW «l«gam 
Work Irw pifeUtlied January 1 , 1808, and it a ^perimni of tbe 
Utcbert Order of EmtttlUkaunlt and of Original JUteratun 
tram tbe peas of tbe fir«t Literati of the A^ge. Tbe JPropriefort 
CBB i weiirt the Seventeenth Number with an' inerease of Ktaar 
^ACEs, and will continae them io erery ncteediBg Number. Its 
EnbHIishraeiiu are decidedly raperior to any other Work 
ydUished, and BH>re diVenUM | Ha Utatatine hog'ti^ati, and 
■ore iaqaastity than any otkcr work mM at tlwMuae Price! 
tad when it h ictcileetad that FwttaHaof tbenttfo of the 
]lAi.a Brascwu of the Rotai. fkMtLir caabdlWi the 
AracT Ifaaibetv af the above onrtralted M a t aal ae, h» atllity 
thaw be appavent to e<»ry admifer of UtAature and the Fine 
&m. Ob tbe «ube day was pnMiriied thd 8am.>ilB«T to 
TA II. with naelegaat Pvrtrait of tbe EicrBaoR of RvI' 
»i ( b^tttifuUy coloared Bbtrrtcal Sporting fttet, imile- 
Atffcaf TttU Page, Ac. Ac. 

BsLk't PaaLiAMKHTABT DBBunt, wUh At Stography of 
8KV4T<iaiAL Chabactbri, Pnbliihedon the drti of every 
BMaAh dariag the receia of Pariiameat, and every fortoifhl 
'vhibt io Mibetvtioa. There are light Numbm of tbit 
flegaat aad iodiipeBkaMe publication already publUbed, which 
CoataJa tbe titn$ tad Pobt»aiti of lorac of the most distio- 
Sakbed BrititA StiUetnun. Tbelr Biography and £^nvii«( 
ifre impartially written aad exquisitely eagravea from Paint- 
a^gs oftlH BMtt celebrated masters. The EioofrR Nvwyma 
T«a paUished tke 1st of Jaaaaty, I8QS, aad keariMIIIibed with 
it^PertrmU aad U/<of Lo»o Hawkbsbvmv. Primed aiid 
. Tub Natiob al Rbcistbb OpricB, Catheriae- 




rouTicjL mrKjrra or tmb wmbk, 

h A» Moniteur$ which w« receiTed last night, there are 
fftni ArtidM ropUtv whh bitteraM* agakM this Cotntry. 
The MtmOeur i* ea^ to asseit thatno Flkgi of Tm«8 itaw 
I aentby tlie Freoch Govemmtet to this Country i and 
wMcb have excited so much speculation io. Eag- 
Ind, ware tome vetiab placed at the disposal of- Conat 
JlBvanunca, th« Antfiaa Aasbanador. To what pitr- 
^aa e, ft inquires, shoiiM Flags of Trace be sect to Bngloadt 
MiilaitB Members are iuiown to have ^termiiieid oa per> 
Rebnl War» Of this eMKhuion, the rejectiea of the 
K wwiM aiediatiui, and the aifiur of Copenhageo, and 
^ tt« pretent iafamou Decree b j vdiich England mttimi- 
ittm htntiffttlk* J% ^ jtf^fcrc." The .AfoisM»r has 
Aaaait eovrenient uiem w j itnagfatsMet it forg«M tiie 
>e fc* * iu i u of BoVArABfB to Svlsserland, Portugal* and 
(jKBty olhenraak GoTeramcnti which he has w«BtMiiy 
cobbed. Bot only ef a portion of their Armaments, b«t of 
their wh^ Indepoideocei and italso pcndently recollects 
■aCfbat ear hod Decree was a mrr« act o/refaMUJM, and 
*ii«he wgie f la B s i iasi*»«B hii<«!»ca8ried<iii B ri im^ 
MtatfiM tm • mwh greater eMent. 
' ^ itBrtflifie with thenew Goverttmeotof ift. Domingo, 
fte M mii mmr observet, " That is no vKwder the Brigands 

St. Dismingo." This is very well, and we may really con- 
sider the eewfidetKeiHrichtberiiinvef Uayti repoaeinBa 
a* a cowpatatiwe cempKineat t for if they tospected thai 
v»e tboaid deo^ tbem Iqf MtetMi premiaet into onr power, 
and then ronrder them, as the^French did wtth the gallant 
TeoissANT, assuredly we ihoaM never be permitted to set 
a foot in that island. 

The JUonileur nssiircs os that the f^g-Usb name it 
loaded with curtei in every nation of the Continent > and, 
with a very unusual degree of modesty, it does not ascoie 
us that tbe French name is bailed in the tome nationa, with 
blettingt equally loud ! 

Tbe M&ntteur tells us that the people of Lohdon are n6 
Wh eager fa^ peabe than those of Vienna or Felenibnigh i 
bottiuA wetiaa liwve no h<^ of this happy event, until 
we rise in the height of onr vengeance, and tear our pre- 
sent Ministers to pieces. We should imagine that hints of 
this kind to (he populace would at present be iathar dAn^ 
gerouaai Paris t , 

JBoif Araa.'VBvbjt an tapAnal decree, 1mm declared Evainr* 
BaAonABBois his successor in the kingdom of Italy, &*< 
aiid created hin hi tbe mean time Prince of Venice. , JosE'^ 
PBiHB, the daughter of EoABitfc, is now to be entitle Prio- 
cets of Bolo^a t and' Melzi, the obsequious President of 
ilie Cisalpine Republic, Duke ef L«du 

AAar (be Deeree was raaA in the MitaMM Senate, Boba* 
pAnTB thought proper (o make a Speech. He hinted at 
the intestioe divisions of Hie Italians, which had been the 
meant of losing their Independence : but he consoled tlieni 
by assuring them " his giory ritould consist in r^aininf 
the »elat and virtues of their Anceators." Lest, boweren 
eotne tarbtdeitt RoownnotiMU skouU be generated in tbeir 
bivasta by these intinatiOD*,' b^ remtads them that the 
French are their elder brothers, and that the Iron CroirA 
can be secure only by its union wiib his Imperial Crown I 

Tbe most important contents of the Gazette of last night, 
are the erder for bloekadmg >fr Spaia the porta of C-adia* 
CarthagesM mA St. irfiear, and all the ports which lie be* 
tweee Cartha^a and St. Lncar. The reason for select- 
ing tbeae is the impttrtanee of the trade of (^dic, and 0x6 
ready eommnnicatiQn of the others with the southern har- 
hours of France, fhe aortfaem ports, into, which vtfr ma« 
nufactnres may much more sead i l y be conveyed, are still left 
op«i for our mercantile sperabiterf nder neutral flags. 

The moH inpeftant article of' Wewa reaetred ia «b« 
course of tbi^ vneek, relate* to the discassieM in AmeriM.- 
Stronr petitieMhwe been rcMived ffrom Fhihtdelphia and 
other ttadin); «»writ agahut tbe nen-hnportAtio^k act s ar.d 
there ii Utile d»ubt entertained in Ameiida that tbe legis* 
latttre will at kast subtend ita epention. In the mean time 
the tongress is adopting, every measnn aa^^ested by Jsr- 
»BBS9B for the' fortiioatioa ef the Anwrican hfeibours, 
a^ fbr itliBg^ oat a naval armament to drive ail iatrodera 
from their harbours. These nuSasuras are itecessary, and 
it would be folly in 'any government that aims at indepeiw 
dca«etowgl*«k tbaati bbt we stHI see litde reason ta ap., 
prdmad tiiat the Americans vriR be (o blind to their own' 
intereats, as to prcctpiUtn theraselvea int»a riuaoas war 
with thiaeoiwtry. 

Sy neeat aceomta {rem the Cout af Vraaee, it sppean. 
that active ezerlions ore going forward ia aU the miiwr 
tba white* at Cwynlngen, •boaM'aUyjfports, particularly in Normandy, to^preparaa number of 
wttb Hk Wgmityiht tamteeeiib^ wbltaat (battaHmibtr ta thow at Soolegin. Ta tUa foalery Uttto 



JAN. 10, 

m(teation is due ; but our CoTernment will, however, uiu 
doubtedly. take preCBUtioni) U> preveut the fear* of tbt 
Mmid, by dostroyiug Uieae trifling aroianieiit* ia their ttr 
tempt* to unite. . i 

Our Government has authorised the Governors of Guern- 
$ey and Jersey, jto. isfue licences tu trade between, those 
Islands and the French ports, even in French vessels, if un- 
der 100 tons. This rejjulation will be of great advantage 
to the inhabitants, 'and their proximity to the French coast 
will give them a great facility in evading the restrictions of 


A Cabinet Cotucil sat yesterday in Downi^{-itreet, ait 
the breaking up of which the American. AflthMsador hod 
an audience with hU Majesty's Ministers. 

Friday the dividends began to be paid at the Bank 
to the Public i the Bhnkers, and some ot the first Mer- 
chants, had their wa»rants issued to them on Wednesday 
and Thursday ; but this, though some accommodation to 
tliem, icives then do priority of payment over the Public 
ill general. 

U has been stated that Lord Hutchinson, Colonel Hutch- 
inson, and Colonel Eustace, have been captured pn board 
K packet, and carried into Norway, We have made par 
ticular inquiry into the truth of the report, and ca no 
trace it to any respectable source whatever. t 

. The body of Captain Lydiard, of hit Majesty*! late ship- 
Anion, was picked up oq the lit imt. and brought to Fal> 
mouth on tnotid, for interment; hit remains T^ere attended 
to the ijrave by Vice-Admiral Cotton, and all the other na- 
Tnl officersat that port, and many of the military (amongst 
whom were Gcnenil Spencer), a mirty of marines from tho 
men of war, nitd a party of the Oxford Militia flrcd three 
vollics over his grave { his interment was also attended by 
the Mayor and Corporation, and moat of the respectable 
part of tlic inhabitants of the town. 
■ A Court Martial was held on Thursday last at Ply- 
mouth, 'on board the Salvador del Mnndo, I IS gnns, on 
tho surviving officers of his Majesty's late frigate the 
Anion, when the whole of the Officerii, with the ctceplion 
of the Master, were uaauiraously acquitted. The hitter 
Officer wassenteooed to be adnuiniihed, forsothcring fal- 
fllcd, to the utmost, the.duties of his station. — There w«i 
not on board the Anson any prisoner in irons, ai bac-been 
reported, at the time of the loss. 



Wednesdav, about balf-paat twelve o'clock, His Majcstt 
arrived at th« Qoaea's PahK«, from Windsor. A great 
concourse of peo^e aisei^ied round the Palace to endea- 
vour to see him. The Duke ef Kent was in readiness to 
receive His Majcstt. The Dukes of York, Cumberland, 
and Cambridge, came soon after to pay their respects to 
their Royal lather. Soon after two o'clock. His Majesty 
held a private levee. The following had the honour of 
being preieBtcd'to Hi* M«jbstt t— 
, Rear-Admical Hvnler, npoit bis promotion to that rank. 

Bartboloniew Frere, £sq. upon his r«tam as SeercMry to the 
Mi!^sion of Sir Arthur Paget, at Constantinople. 

Limtrnnnt-Cnlnnel .Tobnson, of tbe 28lb regiment, upon his 
Tctarn froni Copenba^n. 

Captain P. G. Kinp, of the Royal Navy, upon Ms retam tmm 
his late Governorship of New Sootb AVales. 

His Grace thi? Dulte of Manchester, upon his leaving Englatul, 
ft>r Jitmaim, to talce irpon him the Governonbip of thSit place, 
to which he has lately been appointed. 

Major-Genrral Winyard.^MNiJiis return from Sirily. 

Mr. Hill, apoo his beiof appointed QAarge D' jtjfidrtriui tbe 

Captain Johnson, of the 88th rej^lment, upon his promotion. 

His Majestt heW a Privy Council, tmd gave audiences 
to the Duke of Portlaad, Barl Camden ; Lords Hawkes- 
burj and C&stlcreagh ; Mr, Canoiog, and Mr. Ryder i the 

btttert a* Judge-Advocate, laid before Hi* Majebxt the 
procoediftnof severai Courts Martial. 

Scop aner six. o'clock, His Majektt set oflfin histeavel- 
ling carriage, for, Windsori escorted by a pvty of the 
Light Horse. 

Ilis Majesty look a short ride on horseback ycstc^rday 
iu "Windsor Park', with the Princesses Augusta, Sopbii^ 
aud Amelia. 
. The QiiEEw and the Princess Elizabeth spent the morn- 
ing at Frog^ore Lodge. 

Thursday- the Princess Charlotte of Wales entered inlft 
her ISth year, upon wliich occasion the Duchess of Bruns- 
wick gave a spleitdid entertainment to the Princess of 
Wales, Prmcess Charlotte, and a select party of fricads. 
In the evening, several of tlie tradesmen of her Koyal 
Highness paid the customary tribute of respect to their 
Royal i'atrou, by illiuuiaating their. houses. . 

The Gentlemen of the Long R«be are lik<% to be ealM 
on bofor'e long, to exercise their forensic talents, in a case 
of Crim. Con, under circumstances of a very peculiar na- 
(lire. The fair deliooueDt, it seeiusv after .having been 
thirteen years marrieo, found herself, to the d^eei joy of 
her Lord, in an increasing situation : but as the hour of 
her aceoKcAfmcnf drew near, the horrors of dissolution in- 
duced her to acquaint her injured spouse, that the expected 
offspring was not his, bi(t the fruits of an iHicit iatercuurse 
with a medico-military hero. The Lady wa* hnmediately' 
sent hAme, and on the tame day u)a» ttellvcrei. We under- 
stand some letters were soon after disoovervd, which pliced 
the matter in a point of view, as curious as it is certain. 

1 1 can't raia but it poors 1'.— jVoother daughter of Tbespis, 
whose brows, have been aching for a Coronet, has at 
length pctsu«d«d. A.dadhiog Mftojukiu jnake Jkex a« h«M*( 
KouuiN, "When a Coronet graces her brows, it i«;to hot 
hoped shi will not grace the brow* of b«r ra"^yff!i''* 

Mr>C»lifcat'i coadact to Mr. Spence, in apologising to 
him after endeavouring to defaine iiif character, remi«j{[( 
us of the story of the gamesterwho, suspecting foul play 
in his adversary, watdisd an opportunity daring the game, 
and dexterously nailed his hand to. t^ table irftn a fork. — 
" Zounds, (exclaimed the sufferer, writhing with pain), 
do you mean to murder me ?" — " Xo, replied the aggnah 
sor, very coolly), I shall beg your ptrdon If the Knave of 
Diamonds is not concealed under your hand !! I" ... , 

A sketch of Lord Stanhope's new vessel, which sails 
Mh wajft, would make a very handsome yignette for some^ 
of our Morning Papers, 


BaGin. — Tnesday, the Lord Mayor ordered "the price of 
bread to be reduced half an assise, or Id. in the perE loaf. 
The price of the qtiartem loaf to be lid. and household S^d. 

I-'riday General Sir John Stewart and Sir II. Popbara vrut 
to Merchant Taylors' Hall, where they were adinitiod Freemen 
of that Canpany. They then proceeded to the office of tho 
City ChamberUin in GuUdball, winre Mr. CLAftciE, the City 
Chamberlain, presented each of them willi tbe sword voted by 
the C(<mmon Council : — one to Sir J. Stewart, for his gallantry 
and good conduct at the battle of Malda, and the other to Sir 
Heme Popbam, for thi capture of Buenos Ay res. The pre- 
sentation of the sword* was accaaipaaird. with an appropriate 
speech by tbe City Chamberlain, to wlijch tlie two galbint offi- 
cers made a suitable reply. None but Aldermen and Common 
ConucilraeQ were admitted to witness the ceremony of presea- 


Wednesday a Coast of Direetors was held, when Captabi 
P<:ter Campbell was sworn iato the command ef the ship !*>"* 
' Keith, coosijned to St, Helena and Uengal.—Tbe iJoMTt «t»- 
^dnrned'at six o'clocli, till,_ 

Friday a Court of Direetqri was bcldat the F-o't India House, 

*wh«n(li*flBU»wiDr Captains were iwofn Into the commaodor 

their respective ships, viz.-^Capt, P. Herbert, Bopl"™*?** 

Cnpt. Kymcr, Lord Castlereagh « W. GelstoD, K«rop«.— **• 

Court adjoomed at six o'clock till Wednesday aest, 

JJLN. 10. 




ttRBRT lAflB. 

Daring tbe return of Mr. Garrick and Mr. Kemble, Tmgedy 
«M pccidiarly coUivated at Dmry Lane t nd the aiiilieacFS, 
Iboajch tn Reosnl they preferred Comedy, were induced by the 
t f M t i ie M of the acton, to cooatenaace a cpecies of entertain- 
Beat whiefa they bad a vanity In admiriog, though, nith a few 
cice]ttion5, they did not uudcrstaad it. But the present Ma- 
aagen perceiving that the town, wideis led into aoother channel 
by MiaM cmaoiaading geaias, iodines Ktfacr to Coaiedy Una to 
lYagedy, and having ao Tragadlan af lofBcient powers to stand 
aleor, liite Ajax, and turn an overwhelming moltitnde, lave 
illowed the Comic Mose to ro-assume her reign. Comic vtors 
at always to be found : both because Comedy is of all dramatic 
«ai tke most oocoangad, aad bfcaase it does aot lequire in its 
nqpeseatatsvea tb« sane fiaad qaallSeationt of oatara and 

At the bead af tkis Theatre stands Mr. Ellis'ton, a gentloman 
who, thoagb be «cti in every thing, is most particularly emi- 
■cat is elcgaat comedy % and we have often regretted that he, 
'Who might approach so near to perfection in one sphere, will 
pcntst in weakeniag his efforts by dividing his pursuits. 'As 
lu> peweis are adapted latiier to charm in established Comedy, 
than to sapport the tottering pile of Tragedy, !ie would do 
wen tn ahawion the latter : for though, perhaps, the tbwn it ill 
ewfore a Tragedy at Drnry Lane, once in a mnath, an actor 
Iil(e Mr. £Ilistou ought never to play but when he can be ad- 

Thaagh this is our general opinion of Mr. Etliston's genius, 
yet 0Kfe »re two or three characters Of Tragedy which he plays 
THk gireat farce : and among them is the Barl of fVarwick, 
mkicb he represented on Wednesday aight. 

The Tragedy of The Earl 0/ fVarwfck was written by a 

fir. Franiilln, who wa* Chnplains to His Mi\iest} : and is one 

•f (base plays which are never very liliely to incor execration, 

betaaae they never take the chance of delighting. When a 

fact bvMly pots oa his Parnasseao wings, he may fail, like 

t>adrilns, by soaring too high ; but an author who creeps along 

Aepwnd bas at least the solid satbfaction of considering that 

he aoswt easily be lower. Dr. Franklin selected the safer 

csane -. he constructed his play with great regnlarity, and, with 

a auM laudable respect for custom, abstained from inlrodaeing 

aay cbaracters but these to which the stage had been long 

iaMtaated. A Monarch amiable but misled, a Nobleman the 

Mot of the people, a patriotic Peer, and a cringing Conrtior, 

Willi « couple of Ladies, One on angel and the other a devil, 

are tke Dramatis Penon^ of " TAt Emrl of Warwick." The 

D>j«tar, however, was evidently as faonesta pnins-taking poet as 

aay Court-Chaplain who ever wrote : and by his labotr he 

hm at leatt succeeded in obtaining some cold eulogies, as a mole 

wacks bis way through earth to day-light. From (his sample 

vf ikr worthy Doctor's gesuos, we cannot help conceiving that, 

in appointing bim to a Chaplaincy, his M^esty acted with 

•tore AcTtminatioa than patrons osually evince in the business 

•f proaratioo : for hii reverence has brought his clerical taste 

•■to the tbeatjc itself, and manifested bis zeal for the church 

%j prtaekiag en the stage. We have in vain endeavoured to 

doevrer a tingle poetical pawage, or a single situation of real 

t tbrongb the whole five acts of the play, ff^aneicky io- 

i, fs exhlMfed ia various tempers j hut whether he be 

I or vexed, angry or alKctionatc, he invariably fails to 

i«Bremotioa, An actor may create something from the 

r, aad.ta bar* givoi an opportunity for good actli^, is 

It, bat it'ia oidy the merit of a raw outline ; the actor 

i^rt ttika the pictbre. An author of real genias leaves nothing 

t> the actor but the .bosincss o^ varaishing, and the discretion of 

) ^fcwiiiUsikiiy tofidiet. Tbc Doctor has ouce or tnice 

endeavoured to speak bold-coastitationallanguage ; but just a* 
we expect a plain Tioditaaion of popular rights, «e liodtbc 
King and People makiag up matters ina good-humoured way^ 
and submission, as usual, walUng quietly, arm in arm, with ln> 

We are happy to speak with unequivocal praise of Mr,.BI- 
liston's fVantick. His magnificent voioegave apowerful encr* 
gy to the vigorous scenes : and where alfectlon for Kliiairtk 
was to be expressed, he evinced all that tenderness and feeling, 
which so particularly distinguish his representations of love. 
There is one passage which he delivered iu a manner so noMy 
accordant with the gcsiius of bis character, that we cannot deny 
ourselves the pleasure of pointing it out to our readers. W<»r. 
•J(A, havinigqaarrelled with Edioardthe Fourth, whom he justly 
considers, as a creature of his own elevation, is ordered into 
custody by the enraged King. The guards are about to take bit 
sword, when fVaraick exclaims : 

" Slaves, stand off I 
" If I must yield my swurd, I'll give it him 
" Whom it so long has served ; there's not a part 
" In this old faithful steel, that is not stained 
" With Bai^ish Mood In grateful Edward's cause. 
'^ Give me my chains ! they are the bands of friendship^' 
" Of a.King's ^iendship! fur his sake, a while 
" ni wear them." 

An actor of vulgar conception would have contented hiinsrlf 
in this place, with presenting the SMorJ m mock humility to 
Sdmard. But Hr. Ellistoo, who knew that the very <fa»y or 
so high-spirited a being as Warwick, was epmlg coatempto- 
ous, did not affect a reverence for Edward, but having spoken, 
with undhgnised resentment, the line — 

<' With English binod in grateful Edward's cause," 

he stalked boldly to the King, and tlirew the weapon at the 
monarch's feet. The audience, though perhaps Ibey did net 
reason the question, felt the beaaty, and their instinct produced 
a loud applause. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Siddons wereable representatives of Edward 
and £fizale(A ; but Mrs, Powell forgot tliat Margaret of Aajon 
should exhibit a deep and deadly revenge, rather than a loud 
and unvarying passion. The rage of Margaret, though it* 
casual flashes ace tremendous, yet burne, for the most part, like 
a subterraneous fire, and seems to be gathering strength for the 
groat explosions. All that should have been subtle was open : 
and ifthe author had not taken care to let JVarforet acquaint the 
spectators, with the villainy of her own character, probably, 
but few of last night's audience would have guessed her to <be 
evil-minded, till she had actually murdered Wnrmtk. 

The Pantomime has been contiimed through the week, though 
without any powerful attraction. 

This fashionable Theatre, which has lately given occasion to 
such vigorous disputes between Managers and Ballet-Master?, 
and such ungentle usage from a Lord Chancellor to n beautiful 
woman, . was at length, on Saturday, the 2d of January, oi;ened, 
for the season, with the Opera of Semirimide. The histories nf 
all the altercations to which we have alluded, are now a little 
out of date, and therefore we shall not molest our readers by iiH 
troducing them into ourcolnnms. Of the Operait is our intention 
to give regular and ample accounts : but we shall m.lkeitapria- 
ciplc In insert no observatioas, vamped in the hurry of a Satur* 
day night; lest tbe necessary speed of that agUatiag poritd 
should l>etmy us into some inadvertences, which we may too 
late discover, and which our readers may too ekriy regret. 
Madame Catalani was warmly received on licr tirst apprarsuce ; 
and seems. likely to produce to tbe Theatre maeti more tbau tite 
sun^ for whi«b the hat to firmly and to justly contended. 



w, «t 

ivhich he wished nerer to continue lot than one hour, or to 
exceed two — Bod tliai H4>*)tid CAfiTspAid with Lord Chatham's 
action of • battle, " it tboald be short, sharp, and decisive." 

Boxmc. — Thecdebrat^ OoTRy hor just entered ioto a pub- 
lic-botue io the parish of 8t. CiensDt Daoes, and conwqaeotly 
he has (lot yet ^pe into a recalar course, of tr^iaini:, ptepwa- 
tory to bis second combat with (}feg8on. The latter h In ptt- 
ted health aad fall Tifsar of boO}-, abd he ^iHiuMs in careful 
trainiagi ander tha Manogeaeac of bit origfnat traioc*. Rich* 
mood, the black, neai-Uamustcad. There arc 00 «ikeriaatche« 
■nude or io a|itatioii. The betting regardidg the coplest between 
Giilley and Grej;9on Is five and si^ to four 00 GuUey, and even 
betting that he beat* Grrgson in less time than he did at Vev- 
laaritet, and two to otie on tha fint fmcture. 

A wry feme battle wm fengiit aear CtiftM, M Maoday, 
batweeo two expert fei«i(en« .«baae tiae ba» net y«t aMiatttd 
the notice of the town aauteun. The Bame# ef the partita 
were Gore aud Maddox, and the D4(|1c wiu for a purse of fifleeo 
{luiaeas. to scfence it was nearly equal to that which was dis- 
played by youns Belcher and Datrb Sam, and the coaiUct wa< 
a« lavgaiaary a* the late tautle hatwfeen GMley and Gregwo. 
Afiteraa heat's real ifhttOg^ Gmc waiaMnrtad off aUke «iet*r« 
be being ni^le tb walk, and per aapt wane beaten. thlBC«U 
was witoeued in a wimfK. . ... 


tiettei* teceiTod by (he vessel frett Bellaad, hav» ftotiithed 
■s with some intelligence from Spatn. It is said, that the eon- 
duet of the Prince of Astoria* aoderweDt an official iavestigatioo 
relative to the plot of which be was accuied, before he rccviTcd 
the King's pardon | and in the Dutch letters an account is given 
of the nibee's ezamtoaHon, io which he certaiilly appears to 
aarc advaatacc than in the corretpondeaee which was pld>- 
Itsbed in the French Papers. Instead uf ae]uM>wlad|(iag any 
oficnre, his Royal Highness is said to have vindicated himself in 
K very manly manner, and with considerable ingenuity. The 
examination of the Prince, which took place befoi« the Com- 
mission appointed te inqvire into the Conspirary, was very 
shert. Four qoastioBS were pat to him, which, withtheiraa- 
tweri, were to the following effect : 

Q Is it true that your Koyal Highness has cinspired dgaldst 
the life of yoor Royal Father and King ? 

A. I um a Christian; I fear God, and cannot bat shudder at 
the mention of an accusation so horrible. Such a thought never 
entered my mind. 

Q. What ate did yon mean to make of the ciphers of corre- 
kpondenre found in llie lining of ynur roat. 

A. The cyphers you speak of were found the first day I w«re 
thnt inn. Those who luade the coat can best dnswef your 

(^. For what purpose did yoar Royal HigbiMSS correspAid 
witli the Emperor Napoleon, and what was the object of Ihat 
correspondence. . . 

A. I have no hektlatlon In owning; that f have kept ^gt 
corTe>pondeiice with that august Sovereign, bat it conCnined 
nothing prrjadicial to the interests of my coantry, and iiotMng 
that could provoke the displeasure of my Royal Father the 

Q. Why did yonr Royal Hlffancn order,- and keep ready, 
loariMrseBt under -circBinstanccs which indicated aa inteotiou te 

A. It ts true the horses were ordered to be kept in readiness, 
but iMa wn& not done wiHi the iitmrtien of flytofftrsm Spain 
but for the parpoM of joining the French aiviy : afler which I 
intended to make known to my Royal Father the imhappy situ- 
a^n to which the conniry is reduced, by the truly bad admi- 
•iftrationaiid despotic menmres of the Prince of Peace. 


Fox-nrifTiKC in Kent. — The Lodge bounds are now 
in the hi;:he»t vigour, or to speak technically, well blood- 
ed. They riowd the sport of the Itist year in very good 
style, notwtthstandinj; the sky was - stormy and the day 
far advaacrd lirfane they foand the fox. In tlrawlog 
the last co\er, Uakcn Pole, the bound* struck open the 
drag at a qu&rier l>cfurc two, and in a fi>w moments the fox 
broke away, in view of the field, with the hounds close at 
him. His first point was op wind for Henncker Earth, across 
Brorkeden. fti4ipn«<d out there he instantly tamed down the 
wind for W'Uiow Wood, and skirting Dally, the boonds were 
to near him iae dared not try the earth. He then stretched 
across, with a side wind, in a line with Croote's Earth ; (rat 
the boitnds again gainin; upon him, he turned down the whole 
extent of King's down Wood, for 8h rubber's Karrh. Here he 
was again baulked, and rwi for the earth opposite Lineted 
Lodge I at this moment »ome of the horsemen rode into the 
hnnnds and brnafbt them to a check: Jerry, however, mafie 
a good and <|aick cost down wind, and immediately recovered 
the (Cent. The honnds now went away w i th a gaoi bead across 
JS'enherry, Petwood, and Kkudiling^tna, ioto Mr, Lake's 
Chesnut Plantation. Here we all looked very dismal, lest he 
thould go Io ground io the mbbit l)urranrs ; but, as if despising 
• safety tiwt he did not owe to bli own powers, he went gal- 
laMly across the open country to Barling's Wood. Fearing niat 
ho was running for TynlMun Great Karth, whieb was open, we 
sent the whipper-in forward, at speed, to prevent, ifjMwsible, 
this intention. He bad scarcely readied it when the fox came 
<(p, and, seeing the whipper-in, passed on to RotuPs Mount, 
artd thence into Tynhain Osiers. Afier fioing half over the bed 
he retunied, brake aerofs the marsh, and nm' the road towards 
CoMon Miil. There be was met by a lubonser an4 turned, 
eomutftcly oxhausird, into the hedge. The boandt boidt now 
neanx "P *o ''i">< i"> "ude a but effort of speed and courage, 
ik4d ire cillod him in view ip Brian's Orchartl. Tdi* cbace 
MM, withnnt iutrrroption, an hour altd twenty -eight minhiies, 
and eomplraily reoliivd Hi. B«ckford*»WcM nt m tax chsce, 


inm B«Aftt>< fkdM sfcitir. 

HoBSSiifi, Jau. 1. — Testerdfty tfterooon • divlsMi of the 
1st Regthient of Foot OonrdSr cooiisOii «f hpi^anls otiOO men, 
under the oomnsaad of Lord Fieferick. Baitinck, Lord Tyr'< 
connel. Colonel Askew, and several other Oficers, marched ia 
from Petworlh in a most uncomtbrtable caoditinn, the roads be- 
ing dreadfully heavy and foul, fi'om the late rains. The OlGrers 
aad men bore every appearaace of ftitigee and disorder-in their 
clothes and accoutrements, while smiles of joy seemed to Baotle 
in their -faces, on a^ain toucliingt British, groimd. Sicily bas 
been, for a length of time, the, seene of their operations, iOjAnd 
abotff ni# Mflfhbotirtiood' of SrtBWse. Xofr fVdtrlclt "RB- 
tinck's drest, and pai'ticutariy hlssAoi;;, bore p^oof to his having 
literally marcAtd from PoftSmouth ^tha place whrte tlw treopi 
disembarked), the Utter being nearly worn off bjs feet, hav- 
ing, with a homanity worthy the imitation of every British 
solclier, resigned his norkc for the accommoilation uf the wralC 
and (htigued, and the animal quietly bringing up tlie rear with 
three little driMoNsr ft«>* <m his bnrk. Lords Tyrcoaael 
and F. Beotinek dined with Colonel Bligh at- NMharst 
Lodge, previous to which, the latter, before he made the 
slightest alteration in his dress, saw the tick and fatigued 
attended to, and the men comfortably settled ia.theirqaarter>. 
The division mardied this morning for Cuckfield, 00 (heir way 
to Deal Barracks. This afternoon fsur companies nore, of th« 
tame regiment, marched in for the same route, under the com- 
mand of Colonels Drummond, Lambert, and Doosoo. 

The force which sailed with Sir Samuel Hood and Genera) 
Beresford, amounted to ST94 effective men. — It consisted ef 
the 3d Foot, or Buffs, 11,00 men; Ilth, 1000; ?5lh, 600; 
63d, 8fi0; to these were added two Companies of Artillery, 
making !U4 men. Foarteen atlificers were also attached to 

Tlia old 85th regiment of iiifantEy, ibrmelyealied the Edin- 
burgh regiment, and now under the camu>and of Lieutenont- 
Colouel Alnslie, patted through Newcastle. 00 Tuesday tc'o- 
oighr, 00 their way to Edinburgh Castle. This is the regiment 
fiiirmerly tailed Leven't 86th, in which the stbry of Le Fetre, a 
Lieotehant of that r^aeot, by Sterne, origiaated. 

On Saturday te'nnight, iastmctioas were received by the 
General Officer commaiiding in the Cork Diitrict, to order the 
disembarkation of the Infantry Regiments and Artillery, which 
had arrived in that harbour from Monte Tideo. The regiments 
aad their strength, according to the return supplied by the 
truBport* composhtf the leet, were as IbUow :-^Royal Artil- 
lerv. Col. Setch, 616 meisi 6th Foot,. Gol. Dary, SlO; S6tk, 
Col. Borne, 756; 38th, Col. Nugent, S3T} 40th, Col.Brawne,, 
Stfl ; 46tb. Col. Garde', 7 IS men. 

The disembarkation of the troops Intended te reokau fot the^ 
present in Ireland, has taken place. The 6th Foot ■ - • ■> 
rtvmMoakitawn, where thajrloMled, to KfaMat#, 
the td BMlaliun of the tame Rrgilwiflt, whkh 
yesterday on its route to Fermoys The .JSth y roceedeA, 
to Baodon, and replacied the SecoiNl BattaHoti ot tb» 
38tb, which inarched to Mallow. The S6th and 4S<h aro 
to iittj ia t^ tutinm, ham KUrii Jkr i«ttUf «M B«»f 

I retnaiB rar me- 
Pool pnetcdetT 
*, anAiMilMiedi 
h mriiitti beret 

JAN. 10. 



tbejr exactly kooir where they were ; we put about aj;Ri» and 
ezpeHeoced the mott dreadful tea * thin we were for five daja* 
vUheiil change of doathui(, tivtiog. with hanfer, no( htitf 
able to lerve out protUiooi, yet thi* was trii(iii( Uk what w«? 
afterward* experienced— the ihip was left to the merry of th« 
wai r en latlon and aoldiea fell a» their luieoa t<> prayers, for' 
deiiTeraoce fr«in their dreodfitl sUwtiioo: {urtnnately, h«w« 
ever, the veiKl Mum farced into St. Bride's Bay, Pern- 
broMshirr, surronndcd by prodigious, and almuat inaccefo 
slhlnfHffii hfm wr i*fi* ifaubetlon a r«cfc, which, is not easily 
to be discovered. Ovr tituatioa here wftthe inatit dreadful lit> 
be imacioed — not a boat could venture to our auistance-^iiua.. 
drads of people were viewing la witbeut pouibJe locaos of help t 
our mainmast feu offrboard witha dreadful crash, and swept over 
two poor fellows,' who, together with four others tbi^t atleinpt*. 
ed to swivt vera drowned before, out eyes. We got a«faore on 
the evimag of the SOth, witbotit any tbiog but what was oo ust 
a few of our men have saved their koapsaclu. After we liaiil 
4|uiHed the wreck some haidcsed wretches ^ul ou bpaad aid rob- 
bed the vessel t the officers lost all their bugtKr. We arft' 
now In Haverfotd Wwt^ in very hospitable aadgood qaarlert. 
In the midst of this sbuckiag >c«a«, f soldier's wife wa* deliver* . 
ed of a very Sae boy, and both are lUiely to do well." 

DacAorvti ftitirwamcK.— Captain Rassel, Arrived ab' 
Salao^ oa Um ISth Nov. firoia Petersbiuxh, commnoieotet the 
foUowiag di«t(wtinf aceoiiat of tbft koM of the English transport 

Oct. SO, tat. 41, Ion. tl. Vf. We Ml in with a boat having oa 
board SI livtagaerseae, Mimni: whMit were a wonaaaad a child, - 
la a noftdreadftal titaation. Tbeytiailed tTOta Monte Video en 
6th Aog. ia <th« Alexander, Captain Howard, an English 
transport shlt>. No. 4S4, under convey of tiM' Uniconi aail- 
Tbetitb Tkeae wereabolK 110 penoa* on-bearA the Al^zaadert 
on the SOth Oct.- the ship bafatg in a very leaky eandHien, tbey 
w«Te amter the aecessity of carrying short sail, by which laeans 
tbey lost convoy ; and on tlie SSd the leak so liKieased, that' 
with both pump* going, and bailing at the hatebways, tbey. 
could not keep her free. The Captain took a siaall boat for 
his preservation, and rowed aroniid the ship several times. 
Meantime the long-boat was hoisted out, but- unfortunately 
bilged iagoiag over the ship's side : 18 sailora, W loidteri, one 
woman, and a child, however, kept in the boat, and found- 
mean* to Iceep her from siakiiig. They had not got far of. 
when the ship seemingly blew np, and foundered Immediately. 
Tkcy afterwards spoke with the Captain in the small baat, 
who (oM them to steer NS. aodNE, by N.- as that course would 
carrg* thcai near the coast af Englaod, frem-whieh he said they 
were bnt a short distance. Tbey had ooly four bii<ruits in the 
boat, tinec gallons of spirits, and one poand af raisins. Thev 
had been in the boat six days, during which seven soldirrs dieil 
for want i two of whom lay dead iu the bont when she came, 
aloogiide. Thay iiad cot one man up, and bad eaten part of his 
flesh, some remained in the boat when they saw the ship, bat oa 
8eeii% her they threw it overboord. Captain R. and the Cap- 
tain of another American ship took the rcmuiaiiig sufferers oa ' 
board, and carried them to Salem. 


PoartMOi/T*, Jak. S. — Arrived the Centorioo, Douglas,, 
bound to Jamaica; pnrtcd from the fleet which sailed from' 
hence 18th alt. 6n theSStb, in hazy weather. On the 3Tth it. 
cleared up; when only 15 tail were in sight. Spoke the Gene- 
rous Planter, and.intended keeping company, but that eveaiuj( 
it came on' to blow a gale, which cunliuucrt till the S9lh, when 
Captain Dohxins could see but one nf the fieri. 

Jan. 4. — This day arrived the I>icrson% Robson, bound to 
Jamaica, and the Cove, 'M'estley, boonii to Barbadoes, parted 
from the fleet, 3lM ult. in a gale. The George Hibbert, Head, 
bound to Antigna, lost her biiff»pril,but had got a jury one out. 
—.Also pnt back the Tiber, Apullo, and Ralph, Nichulsua, 
transports, from Sir Charles Cotton's fleet. 

Kalmoittb, JajJ. 1. — Arrived the Themis, Barron, from 
London, bound to St. Kitt's ; psrtcd from about 170 sail, under 
convoy of his Majesty's ship Astrea, about four days since. — ■ 
Put back yestcrda.v, by contrary wind;, the Minotaur, man of 
war, Admiral Sir Charles Cotton ; Antelope, man of war, and 
about 16 transports. 

YARHouTn, Jan.S. — Last night, it blowing hard from thp 
westward, the sloop Jenny, of Boston, from {..ondon, bound to 
Boston, Vilth goods, mn foul nf a brig riding in the roods, tba 
(rew quitted her, fearing she would founder, but she clrate<l 
and come on shore, and ii likely to be got off with little <«• 

leal r^mesrts of Militia na'rched yesterday 
^^racr ^ 'PwMV, aa* th« latter to Cbarleville. 

mamiag, t^ 
'We have aot 
lievd tie iiestiaaaan of th« Artillery. The 36ib regiment did 
aot arrUa ban UU late lest ni(ht, having been obliged, in ooo- 
eeqoence of the diflicalty of croi-sing the ferry feem, Cove, where 
tfeejr diaeiabarked, tfi- Patsagei to marcli round by Belvelly. 
na retams of the sick in the fleet from Monte 'Video, amounted 
ta SIT.. Tke. whole focce, «<Iiectiv« and aotMlfective, whkh 
^niaed ia the (noperts, was 6994. 


Land Gardner km struck hU flag, and has been lueeeeded, 
Vsopwrarily, ia the conaaiuid of the Cbanael Fleet, by Vi«e- 
Admiral Sir J. T. Duckworth, K. B. 

L»rd Sf/Uen't old *h(p, the Vklorv, U fitting at Chatham. 
fsr Sir sklary Smith's flag.' Sir Charla* Cotton, .frhea tbe 
vcat^ shall peKaii(.hiia to reach the Portanase coast, will 
reanc hi* ft^ *« Ci* iUbamia. Sir Sidaa/s prearat ihiy. 


(>A«THSa vAavicuijtak.) 

She Mi]«4fraai Fafaaooth on Cluiri«a« £v« for herttatioa off 

ttrllaek l^ack* : a*oaeaft)Mlohk.«^tfrigatM of the Cbanael 

ilart. Ia tb« vialaat storms of Monday, bloving abont 'W. 

«»S. W. •bestao4 aartxaihc entnwea of the Chaaoel towards 

fcair, la^de the Uad't BntW if hick tbej mistook for tha Lisard, 

mi We •!>, aa they thoaght, for Falmouth. Still dmibtfal, 

kaswer, in the evaaiag of Monday, Captaia Lydiard staad oflT 

%pua to tha 8. when a coasaUatioa bains held. It was once more 

ateealved ta bear aa for FalitMH^h. Ruoaiag aattward and oarth- 

Vtanl, still aader the folal prnffasion that the Utard was on the 

^^rtb-wrst of them, they dirf aotdiscover their mistake till the 

mam oa tha look-aat »4iead, called out " breaker* !" The 

•Wp vrat iaetannaanasly broached to, apd the best bo wer let go, 

wUch happily breaght hat upi but the rapidity with which the 

eafele had veocdoat, made it impossible to scrv#il, and it soon 

parted ia the kawse-hole. The sheet-anchor iras then let go, 

-wbscii alia braaght ap the ship ; but after riding end-on for a 

alMMtiaa, tMi txMa parted mm the tame canse, about eight in 

tke ■niidjii. aad (be skip vent ptuatp oa shore, upon tlie ridge 

•( Mad t^ich separates the Lee-pool firom the bay. Never did 

tke we» fka mer e tremeodoasly high.' It broke over the ship's 

saa«s vMch soon went by the board t the nmln-mast forming a 

flaatiq^ raft fnan the ship to the shore i and the greater part of 

tfcaae wha cttapeil, pasaed by thi« aieiiiom. One of the men 

a am d, leportt, that Captain Lydiard wa* near him on the 

■aia-aa«it ; bnt he seemed to have lost the use of his faculties, 

viib bMrrar af the treae, and soon disapprared. At a time when 

wane appeared oa the ship's deck, and it was supposed the' 

'•wk af deatk had erased, a Methmllst Preacher, venturing his 

Ms thsoagb tke sarge, gat oo board over the wreck of the 

■H^Bct, ta see if any more remained, someb rave hearts fnl- 

<•««< him. They found several persons still brlow who could 

an get up ( akiong whom were two women and two children. 

ne wrtay Preacher and bis party snved the t^vo women, but 

the cbildrea were lost. About two p. m. the ship went to 

arkea a fev more men, who, for some crime, had been 

I in irons below, emerged from the wreck. Our of those 

sra* eaaed. By three o'clock no appearance of the vessel re- 


Oar Corretpoadeatat Haverfoid West has tent a* tke folia v- 
ims asetaaekaly aecoaat of tha Iota of tha Aatiape Traatport, 
U^taiaMallaaby, with part of iheWth Regiment aa board :— 
** We embarked at Portsmouth 1 6th of December lait, and 
«B tke fiiWhaet taU with a Mr wind for Cork. We bad «ery 
ptamaat vrather far two days, bnt after ve bad patted Scllly, 
vte wa nt beraiawd two dayt. On ChrlttoMV Eve It began to 
blav aery hard, and the gate ioereated to a hurricane, the s(a 
t tack predfgiout ieigbis, at to alam the most experi- 
aSaraaboardt aad vUcb vat madettiU moredaage- 
I k; K fog, ae thicli, that aoaeod of the vetiel caald not be 
from tlie other ; great qaantitiet of water dashing 
oaer <ka deck aad rathiag devp the batcbvayt, all bands- vet 

I choaked l>dov, 
I extranw labour we 
I the backet t the 
lakig't IMt affarded at the prospect of the Irish shore, 
^tke «W the* tUftiag, ptevcaied a* making any har- 
haar ihctie. Wa patted all that owht at the mercy of the winds, 
tad ia the aMrniag ve«a# laad about tvo league* from us, but 
'watai uppiuatk H> thetea ran i« high, that the (aptain and 
Vf cipe^ed every atomeat to be dashed to pieces, nar did 

la the skja aad perbhing with cold t our pumpt < 
abr«dbaadrfctiBgla£kigt it vat vlthextrt 
ktptber akeat/by baHog the vater eat vith t! 

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The Mouiinj^ Star, Stcrry, from Botirdeaux to Now London, 
and the George, Lord, from Boiirdcanx to New Orleaos, are 
(ietiiltteil and wot into Falmonth hy the Mart priTateer. 

The Ventura, — , from the Brazilles, has heea taken ; 

tince retak«a by the Conteat, ;an-brig, and tent inte P«rlsiito<itfa 

' The Johanna, RaraisHm, from Arrhanjrel to Oporto, li de- 
tained hy the John Ball prirateer, and sent into Plymouth. 

The Orion, Young, from Quebec, ii totally i6>t at Ply- 

■ The Cypiet slonp of war, arrired in the Downs, fi-om Tor- 
tola, parted from her convoy in lat. 40. 14. long. 43. 44. in a 
keavy gnl* of wind. 

The Anguitn, Connor, from New York, wb' lo«t on the 
North Bull, ' Dublin, Slet December; the <^tain, mate and S 
bayi navrd. 

• The President Tnc"*, , from Barbadoes to Cork, wat 

dtwrtfd at set ISth Doceinlier, having five feet water in lier 
bold ; crew arrived at Clyde in the Mary. 

• The Fatiny , , ttxtm Baltimore to Bristol, it stranded So 

Ctlnnzrthaen Bay. 

' The Zaiema, Howard, from Phlladrl'phia to Rotterdam, is 
loft' near Kotnney , part of the cargo laved. 

The lli'ctor. Hector, fWim Ncwry to >.ondon, reported to 
kBvr T>eea tost in the late gain, wat Mb at Tborso 90th ult. 
- The Berry Cattle, Brnm, from Shields to Dartmnath, and 
the Andnluiia, Wilson, of Sunderiaiid, both foal laden, were 
raptured oft" Whitby STth ult. by the Glaneur privateer, and 
retalcen the same day by four Bfrnick ainacki. The former 
arrived at Scarborough, and tbe latter at BridltogtOB. 

The Naacy, Harvey, from Newfoundland, has been taken 
by a French privateer, retaken by.the Dragon man of war, and 
tent into Plymouth, luid since lo«t there. 

The George, Logan, and another ship betonging to Sir 
Charles Cotton's fleet, put into I'Hlmoath joth ult. 

The Aniiopc traiirpurl, Wellanby, from Portsmouth to 
Cork, is totally k»t in 8t. Bride's Bay ; seven people drowned. 

The Duchess of Vork, Davis, of Liverpool, is stranded at 
Baffoe Bay, coost of Africa. 

The brig Active, Coales, wa3 driven on shore at Weymouth 
Slst December. 

The William, Ward, from Faro to London, is taken and carv 
ried into Coruiina. 

. The Betsey whaler, 6imt, Matter, sprnng a leak at the Cape 
<if Good Hope in September, and was rondemoed. 

The Otter, Koanluian, from St. Kitt's to Liverpool, having 
ipruDg a leak, was burnt at sea lOth Dec. and not the I«dy 
Hood, from Antigua to London. The Lady Hood was well on 
the 14ih. " 

The Rising Sua, — , from Teaeriffe, was driven on shore 
olt her beam ends in Kinsale harbour, S7th ult. 

The Providence Succeu, Pennement, from Ijondon to St. 
Vincent's, was spoken with in lat. 4T. 50. long. iS. had sepa- 
rated from the Serf in a gole. 

The Hercules, Gould, from Antigua to London, foundered on 
tVe 19th December. Crew saved in the Hope, and arrived at 

The Sally, Knnbley, from Liverpool to Antigua, is put into 
■Whitehaven with damage. 

The Marinret of GUisgow, lost her foremas^.aod bowsprit at 
Core of Cork, during a gale on the Slst alt. 

The ItikiugSun, , from Tcncriff, which was en shore at 

Kin'ale ^8ih ult. is eot oflf with damage. The wine saved, but 
it is feared tbc barilla will be lost. 

The Maria, Arrowsmith, from Quebec to London; and the 
— — , P<-lter, from Quebec to Opnrto, were spoken with Slst 
November, near Antiro^te. They vtere bearing away for Pictou 
in consequence of being leaky. 

The' Intrepid, HutrbinKon, from Philadelphia to Tonningen, 
ftfundered at sea 7th October, tirew saved. 

The John and Joseph, , from Baltimore to Amsterdam, it 

totally Ii)«t off M iddlelierg. Crew saved. 

The Eliza, Schncll, from St. Thomas's to Bremen, is detained 
by the Amcibyst fri^^ate, aod sent into Dartmouth. 

The Marinana Daphne, da Silva, from the Brazils, is detained 
by the Active privateer, and ^ent into Falmonth. 

It i5 reported that a brig and a sloop wetre captured liy a 
French privateer 6th instant,' between St. Aiban's Head and 

The Divina Providentia, from Plymonth to London, is onshore 
near Plymjutb, and it Is feared will be lost. 

The Livorpitoi, Hamilton, which arrived at Liverpool e9tb 
ult, XWl in on the 1st, in l;it. 38.8. N. long. 68.47. W. the brig 
Beuey and Peggy, of B«ltiBiore,'dGserted by the crew. 

The Kndeavour, Brown, from Gaiusboroagh to Hull, was' 
lost V8th oil. near the Humber. 

The Sarah, Dennot, from Greenock to New York, Was de- 
serted at sea 19th November, having nine feet water in her 
hold. Crew and passengers taken np from the Itmg boat, and 
carried to New York. 

The John, Anderson, from Clyde, U lost at Pletoa ; crew 

The WilKam PhiMip«, Pullen, from D«n<!rara to London, 

foundered at sea ; crew saved by the Bear, , airived at 

Portsmouth from Snriimn. 

The Thalia, fiillerman, from BourdeauT to Philadelphia, is 
detulned by the Slars privaleer,-Bnd sent for Falmouth. 

The General Craig, ; from Quebec to London, has been 

captured, and retaken by the Rose 8. W. and arrived at Wey. 
month 5th instant. 

Th«l .^delaMe, Fenwlck, from Quebec, was captured olTDo- 
ver ?Tth' <lt« 

The Mary. Wwe, fmm Yatmonth to London (wttfc com) wai 
'driron onsliorejit Orford 6th instant, but expected to be got dC 

The Renown, Tidball, from Oftric to Snransea, is on shore near 

P^nis, 2d Dec. — " The Grand Napoleon privateer, of Bon- 
lojme, carried Into Calais S8th ult. the Edinlmrgh, Wallls.from 
Lisbon to London. — ^3d. Tb* Espoiv privateer has sent into Bou- 
logne, a prite laden with oH, wftieb she captured on the English 
cojiff. — Ith. The Ado1|)hepr§va«er of Boulogne, sent Into Cher- 
bourg 89th Hit. an Enflish vessel taden with com.— Mh-. The 
Krin, WilliaiHj from Baltimore, was totaBy last fSth nlt. at the 
entrance of BooTdeanx River, only one mansaved. — Wh. The 
Adolphe privateer of Boulogne, sent Into Dieppe 5th instant, the* 
brig Experimeitt, of Dover, laden with provisinns. — 15th. The 
Grand Napoleon privateer sent intia Dieppe Rth instant, an En- 
Rlish sloop laden with com. — 16th. The Egl^prlTateer. of Don- 
kirk, captured on the 5th instant the Betsey, Lynll,'fram Peters^ 
burg to London." — From the Journal du Cmnmerct, 



PwLi.liio Noses. — Henry Sawyer took his trial on a charge 
of pulliaii and twisiiaf^tbenoeeof Thomas Alkins. From the 
evidence it appeared, that the prosecutor had made use of very 
indccnrons Iangua;;e to the defendant, which he reseated, and 
fold the prosecutor that if he repeated the same a^ia hcwould 
wring his nose; and that the prosecutor not regtsrding the wara- 
ing, the defendant did twice pull his nose. This happened at a- 
pnblieroom in Westminster, wliare several peitons were present. 

Many of them were called, who corroborated the foregoing 
eirenmstaoces, aud the Counsel for the defendant observing, that 
as the prosecutor was one of those men, whn,caraia[g into a pub- 
lic room with n mouth full of slaader, having neglected to soap 
his nose as a precaution against elfciided individuals, deserved 
all the pain tmd all the anguish which such a circumstance pro- 
duced, so say nothing of the disgrace attending it. 

No evidence being brought forward eu the part of tae de- 
fendant he was found Guilty. 

The Court, however, in mild consideration of the provoctti** 
altogether, sentenced him to pay a tine of Gs. tid. 


William Soames, Henry Woodford, and William WhitJ', elliit ' 
Conkey Beau, were brought to the bar, and hoard by Connwl 
against their conviction, before the Magistrates at 8ow.«treet, 
under the Act, the 4«d of the King, chap. 78. commoaly calico 
the Vagrant Art. , . . 

Mr. Knapp, the Coansd for the Prisoaert, started a ^*"^^" ' 
objectinns.with respect to the legality of the conviction. Among 
other thills he argued, that the title of the Act of Pf^f^Z^ 
had been mis-recited, inasmuch as the actual title of the * 
ddiued the Jurisdiction of the Magistrates to the Jnslices •« t" 
Thanes Police Office, &r. wheraa* the roaviction, •**f*P "l! 
to recite the title of the Act, sUted the words to be w • 
Thames Police," *c. ^ .i_i »«. 

Mr. Gleed answered Mr. Raapp.— -Tha evidence affordea no 
thing new. , . .■,.• 

The Chairman observed, that he was dearty «f ''P'"'5^ „ 
the Prisoners jcame ♦ithin the meaning of the Act ; •»"' J^„e . 
to the tiumpery ejection Uufi -of. ioatead of «'. « *„^aa» 
doubu, and should reserve his deciuoo until the .aiU<>urn<» wj' 
of the Sessions. 

Th? Prisoners were then taken back to prison. . . _« 

In tbc Appeal Hubert v. the Coal Meters, tbc coevictioa w 

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Utlt»BAV,<«A1l.l9.. . ; 

'Jolatichirdws, luntt Udviq, JaIui PincMcy, aad Wil- 

" utmteuce. 


vfitoa^mnrr baBi^rkt Dp. w r«ce<«e farther 

Tkt ddcaduMs, wha wer« AretKd a* lailort, Wl ke«l IB 4te 
Itkitofin^oiiagoa (ke eroAulitjr. of tk» pabtk, and extortiDg 
mutj, kjr. pretariiog to b*«« r«ttit«l bodily inliriniUn in hi* 
Mijaly ( lertUe at iea< Thclnt^alar Jmt wu at tke «w< 
<il (f tke (awa, wlicre each~ aMer«ile)y became crippln and 
mffOatva. It wai proved that Ihcie impoalart had aevrr 
teci It wet, oad tbjil tbcir inftrtmce irn ai liiiolereMv vf Tb^ 
iapMilia wa* abominable After » tuitaUe le«(oa froia the 
CUnoB, (ke vafabonris imra4»laKedtofl>r«c Bonthi hard 
libMriii6ride«en, Aodthc $estioosriiA«4. * ' 


Mjittic opricE^ Eow-sTMcer. -' ■ 

Ot MmJcj •veaiiif, Mr. ReaC wceited information that 

•<ailpflze-fi(bt«r»«ere'aMenibted *o«^u', ia a 4a«(re<obn, 

ta t yaMic-booae, in Urory'laoe; in oaiuc^eaoe of which 

kt C^alrhed. Paarkai, tad a mittwruas party - of 4be pa- 

tak, M ditpeae Uiaak. Peart«>atali«*eittbe<tuuotpart of 

itF^nrate is the put ef tlM;'!hai«r, and .{trocemtrd iif ' 

•aoi uca^pasicd bjr a of tbca ;. Peariua found James 

AUerapoa (be Main, taking half a crawa from eacb of tfae 

lUiTliiiaitecedta thecJibibitieBi Pearlui* was pamiaf-itim 

Mptoctrd intu the exhibition room, bat Beieher (tapped him, 

ml Bid he had oat paid half-a-crowa. The otbcer.brioK On 

fidckt ( btind side, nba bat loit the right of ooe by accident, 

(umtkaowa till Pcwhw reuUed, >'a, Ji■^ 1 am tao goad a 

j«l|t to^pay haJf'MMcraarn. Hel«hrr then bcned hi« pardon, 

«< krlatid very civiL The ottccr eaqaiird of Uctcber nhat 

t^ were at ; he replied that hi« brother Tom, Crib, aad (eve- 

nl otben, were iBwrinf for the benefit of ht» bratbcr. Pcarhet 

tlKmluM him he had orders from the A{afiitr^lei to Mop the 

>t*ru tat praceedrd iato the room, wbeie he foaad atH>ut two 

^miiU pemnM aaeeatMed to ice the tparriaf, whs iouKdtateJ y 

•iKjed hit order to di«pette. la fcrt the •ffiren very leldiHa 

kite My tniablewhh ptifiliitt or old tlli«re>i it i* is etoenl 

anifh br them to be told, they are naaled.' 

n»u« drrica, iiAaLaoaottoH'-iTRccr. 
OsThanday a woman, of tlir name of Marthn .Davit, wiu 
cfai|al with vieleatly aiwatniiAr Clmrln Trttwell, a yonlh. 
Mcta y«art of Mge, drag^b|; fairn Info a loathsome dark 
••••land there, ulth mm*«( and violence, robhii^ him. 
-The jTMrtb ii irrvam to Mr. Lewis, of 'Covtnt-Gartirn 
Thrttw, afwhom bb maiter n>oke in the highrot praise. He 
■talelioetiilence, that he bad hee««ent wfthseTrml messajpM, 
<• MUKMh^r evcnias, ta ditfJwnt pvtt •CllMta«a,.andAn 
Us m«n from the la'tt place, he bad called in Ihc Tirinitvof 
Bedfoni-iqaare ; be was reliiroioj hoa^e through 'Dyot><tn>ei, 
!>LGil<t'i, when he perceived the priidnerdandlngat the door 
•f aardehcd babitatioa, who (etaed him by tbr arm, and drafted 
tia tkroogh q pa9.cage iii(of dnrk rncml, wrbere tlicrc wa& ano- 
ther vretcfaed ftntiale. TrrriQod at tlie luUdrn deprivation of 
Vttny, ibe \Kwth aiiempted toeXcitealuroi, when the prisoner 
^Mrkrd him du«n, aad, with horrid imprccatiom,thrratem'd 
i'm rai iiutjipt death, if he prrsistnl in mailing any reciMance. 
Winy waj partly Mrippeil; hi4 but, wbich had oo it a silver 
^ %as taken oJTby the prinoner, audcaaceali-d uiidcr a bed- 
^ aad«he;ibo, together with her luiociute, look froui his 
foWli kalf-a-orowB, wbirh ira* all the money be hod. The 
f'vtftbe roopt wai at le^;th Ibrowp opan, and ibe ynuth re- 
jNaitkhia bat, which be bad lakeafrMD aader ibe beditrad i 
°i* aa the priionor perceiving tbuthe bad got bis hat, thefol- 
(•■(dbSm, BUI, asiited by a third person, took it from him : 
^tW — wba tbvs aulsted, took the youth ap in bii 'arm>, 
■^MlMHig t« laka bim t» 4ha w a m b biaiii -The boy conti- 
*oedt«redil, and (oma wstdanea interfered, when the man 
"CMetkhallactiiaataly tka pr i t an ar - - m a« eaeaned. She wai 
'■Ml Willi il fitf trial, .and the partiet were bound over to 



^KUTACw — OntlondayaftertWM, anutt^ora respectnhle 

^gwjfcte aMainetfaa ittervtifw with the'H(iiiourahle Mr. 

\!jCL^'****^^?°* '" 'S!??'^'''^ Lodge, in Windsor Park, 

and likewite to Iftf before hi* Majeity ««m<* (ertonat grievances. 
lir. Villien «oon discovered that be tvas dcmuj^d, and in con* 
seqaence agreed with all he bad said, promised to get him ln> 
Iroduced to the King, who, he had no doubt, would attend ti» 
all he tata, and would give Mm a letter tn a gentleman at Wtnil- 
sor, who w«<ildacttlehlf bvtinrw. He accordingly wrote if 
letter td hir. Dow>ett,"one of the resident Police Ofdeert, a*' 
Windsor, -describing the condartof the man, nnd hb opiniuii of 
him; the man took the letter to Mr. I>uw.>ie(t, who informed 
Generals Kitaroy and Manntngbam, his Majesty's Equerries, 
who directed him to take rare of the man- at the inn, during 
M«>nday.aigbt, aad ta- bring him tn Londua on Tuesday niamiog. 
— Mti Dowsett accordingly made preparation* fur setting of 
with themaa oaTaesday looming, but wbrn the lime arrivrd,- 
lie dtscovered- that the man bad neither shirt or st<icking« l» 
wear, having contrived to send them to be washed withont hia 
knonlcdge, which prevented them from leaving Vf indoor till 
the aCterMoa. The man travelled very ^etly with Mr. Uow- 
setl, be having told him he vi-ui takine him, by the commaad 
of the King) to Magistrates and others, who would attend ra 
every tbiag be had 4o say. He at Icni^ih confessed that be broke 
oat oLa private mad-ksuseon Bothnal firecn, which ketboogbt' 
was DO barm, as they had ilMreatcd him very much, and if .if 
wm any dn he was very sorry for it. M'hra they arrivrdiit'. 
Umdmi, Mr. Dowsett took him to th« Bpowb Bear public 
boose, aad gave him into the care of twn men, when he was 
prorided « Uh some refreshment and a bed, and Mr. Ooivictt ' 
ucut to Mr. |{eud, to infurm him of tlic directions be re- 
ceived from his JVIaiostyS Kquerries. Karly oo WedocMlay 
raoraing, Mr. Ucad dispatched R. Limberick to the m ad- hu us o y 
on Bethiial Green, to makr inquiries m|)rcting the description 
the man had giving of hImsHf, When he foniid It correct, and 
oneof tha Keepers set.offwitli Limberick (alhenroun Itenr 
publia-bousc, Bow-streH, and took the man hark uiih hitn, 
secured in a straight waisleaat. During -his- confiaenient in h 
room in (he Brown Bear pablic4iautie, on- WedarMlay morning, 
he broke-opm the room ilaar, aad wiu AKhting>his way out of 
the cage against two men, and aoald have mwle bis-e-impf, hud 
not Dowsett come up to their aso>ist.inre, who was obliged In' 
uSe great violence, in order tn secure him. 

A few days ato,as a young Indy, nboul 14 vear* qf age, th!> 
daughter of Mr. White, of Market-street, St. JaiBes"s, was 
'reading In the dmning-room, lirr clothes caught tre, andrhe- 
wm so mach burnt that sheexpired on Sunday. Tlie ^oie even- 
ing was buried, the daughter of a geaileinaa of Vine-sirect, 
PWcadUly, whio was bamt to death by a similor aealdent. 
aasBBgaa ii i i i , i » 
(OIlON£It.'8 INtiULST. 

As laqaiiiliaa iraitekca, jreatetday, at Barrow *t Add, oa 
the New Canal, on the body of a man of the ua'nf of Knight, 
who nas drowned on Thursday, whilst escaping from »ome ^>g_r- 
suers, when detected in an illegal act. Th<- drrcaii-d. who 
a net-maker In Ulingion, and nho has left a fimlt; 'of nic* 
children, went to the private water of a gentlrinan nf tho nnnie. 
of James, which had, it a^pcan'd, been often ro'ibcd nf fisli, 
and whilst in the act <>f taken in a flue net, storked vi ith carp 
fish, bewasrarprlsed bytwopcrsom on the watch, from tilinm 
he fled by SKimmio; tn the opposite sidirnf the vaier. .M'te,- 
having done so, and being still pursueil, be maHcn lin«tv rctri>at 
over what is called a narr, (the heiirt »( a wtiti-r f.ill), vhi-ii 
one of tlie stanes gave way, and he fell into the n .-ucr, dan n a 
precipice of l.>feet, and he Was dmwacd before be cualJ be 
got out. — Accidental timlh. 


• On Taesday night, in Gowcr-street, Mrs. Joseph Phillimore, : 
of a son. 

On Toesday, in Grent Cumberland-place, the Lady of Wm. 
Holland, Ksq. of a smi. 

At Holbrooke Hoiue, near Winranton, tha Hon. .Mrs. Frant- 
land, of a-daigbter. ■•■■ 


• Raddeaty, on the 1st inst. at bis hoase, Lore^lane, Rothi'r- • 
bitbe, John Ashley -Hall, -aged 5ft, many years Master In tlie 
West India Tnnief universally bmeiited hy-bis -frii'nds, and ao . 
irreparable loss to-his diM-oiisnlale wirtovir nnd family. 

On Tuesday last, at his seat at Idsworth-Pairfc, hi the County ' 
of Hunts, Jervniee Clarke-Jervai.<e, Ksq. M. P.-ft»r Yarmoutb, ' 
in the Isle of Wight. \ 

On the eethali'. at Ws bnaie, Oorltan-jtlace, Olasgotr, Joha, 

Pattisoa, Rsq. merclmnt. . ,* 

■ . pi» Wedaetdaylast, BHzabetl, th» wifeof -Robert Ifonfer, ' 
Esq. of Kcw, most.dccpi) bwshtftl hj-JtUJif ri'ftttU^^ ., , 


. Digitizadby 

GojQgle' ■■ 

Awmju iwA, HiUir jgwawi 



rniDAY, Jam.S.— TbeMppiim of whiia Valine tito ««A 

«r«W Mittidtfabk, imicli remaJM «Bfc«M, wlUfllcaiiti»ll > »T»fy 
4nn iotale. Fine Wlieait nay b« Mi4 tv be «a th* 4edii)« in 
price I ether Mtrt* am ch^prr oad expeetc4 i» fiUL ftye i* 
ckeaprr. S«arceuiy While Pew*. Ciiey «d4 |}««lK««ek>irar. 
l^he toppiiet of Oau yttt* aUo lame, Md ibit tmi* fprthpr 4e- 
> io price. Flour tuu4iy inaiaUiwtbe priiwn q«o<Mi. 



Fine ditto • - • 


Barley •'^ 

M«at (N«w) . • 

48 a 

90 a 
40 a 
as a 



White PWMe,lK>»«rtl»4 a l«4 

Omjr Pease - * • . Ma <3 

•can* 57 a «l 

Tick 4itlo (Old) • 51 a 6T 

Oati - SSa 88 

fWand ditto -48 a 44 

Bapc Beed £9i a £96 

Fine Flour • . • . 55 a -40 

Seconds .-•-. SO* 55 

rai»AV. I. (k 

Wheat .-• 40 a M 

FioedUie i-..» iSa U 
Jtye(Nc«) ..... 4<a SO 

Barley ...... Saa 48 

Malt (Neir) • > 70 a 15 
White FcaMsboiUialM a l«t 
Orey Peue . • • . 96* 08 

Beam Ma 6T 

Tick ditto .... Ma ■» 

Oati . asa 4« 

l«oiaadditte • - • 41 a 48 
Rape Seed .«9«a M» Mb - 
Fine Floar ... - «6 » 40 
Rnwndf ..... M»M 

III I. ■ ■ ■ ■ I' ' I 'f' ' " ■ 

Return of \\ heat In Maj-ic Lane, includinj; only from ihe 2lbt 
December to the Seth of December, agreeable to Ihe new Act. 
Total, 5.849 nuartert. — Average price d^. lOd. 

jyuMJuM yuJCK or voitti pua. wjarait. 
Id Great Briiaia, for the Week ending JwHiery 9. 

Mag. Is Walu. 


1. d. 
•» « 

4T 9 Pcaie 




- M 

- tn 

. . 48 
. . 


Wheat,p«rld. U a 19 Oaif.perqr. - I'li^ i (i 
Berlc3r,f>er^> 1 17 a S l{Braii«,da. ,. 4 Ul f S 4 

Computed firota the rehmis nadefer the Week endieg «W Mi 
•f Jaaaary^ 1808, i< £.% tlf. V^d. per «<rt. exdmiTe of the 
Dnty of Certoni phld or payable theraea en the Imporiatlo* 
thereof iato Great Britoin. 

-;. Ai*'4. -«. •. d. i,»d. 

^S^W-* "^^^ «« Averages « & 
tm . f'Jif! «»»a*IO ..•« 88' 

»*4l««aSI8« 8 48 

_ •.5»0»«l«O-..60 6' 

■ Hnm . b . I 14 • a'9 • I IT » 

SnttUald, •Hay 4 OaSM 8 in ( 

CMmt .-••0a6«0 515 8' 

«lfai* .'.It4 Oa9 9 « •■ ... ||8» 

St. Ji 


" ^' n il V 

Kent . . 
'Soatet . 
Enes . 



. t O«0 
. 4 tft a i 19 
. 4 18 a S 6 


Keat. . 
Sonex . 


iC. (. £. •. 

8 OaT » 

S Oa« 

8 a 10 



" •• 4.' I. d. 

Beef ........ 8a4 4 

MattaM * -S 0a4» 

Vieal 4 Oa4 t 

Perk 4 0a5 

Ua*-^-i-..4 AaO • 
BemM, -^ 1W — >-r9heep aod lamb*, • . 1,880 
ealves, - 190 Hp 480 


' f> 4. K 4. 
«Hf k......8««4 4 

Melioa ..P.*9 84410 
Vc«l ....... <a8 « 

JReck 4 *•■* 4 

k#aA ..4> AaO 



U«K»A>r, jAit.4.— Biga,81«.8d. t Blylh, 40i. 9d. { Bdm, 
4Bi. 44. 1 Elgbtea, OOk «d. i Heatea, 81s. 64. r iteMrata, »Si. ; 
Saath UebbM«,'8«i. «d.t Fcregr. 8>i.-9d.i Team, 4». 44.; 
WaH'iEe4(R«tMU%>fia» M.i Wall* Bad (Tcaple'i)5i9f.(H.i 
Wail't Ead (BeH'i aad Browne*!) Ma.~8l «hi^ at Market, 
18 told : ahoat 70 at lea, aad SO leaded^..-hiBortatio« lait 
aoaih, t0^84| OaMrea t —Detetent, M,80>i ChMreo*. 

WaaMMOAT, Jaw. 4.~.Bte,(ft. I Bryam,Blf.| Beatoo, 
50i. Od. I Beim Meer, 80i. t Felltag, 4«i. t Healoa, ftli. fl. « 
Hai1icy,48B. Od.i 9Mey. 9ti. M.t Tiurf^id, 5a».| WalTi 
Sad (RaiN!H'»), M(.84.| Wall'* Bud (teaiple'^, SS*.' «.;' 
Walket. Mt.«d. ; Wltiii««ea, 61*. t Wear Wtfl'e E«d, 841. <d. 
>-St «M|w at Market, ft told I Siftaned. 


Kceien MiUa, ftSfci I^cy Mala, 6te.9d.| Tawaley Kaia. 

6Qi. Si. I Wall'*. Bad (RaMeliV). 88*. 3d. i WiU'a Bal (1te«- 
»le'ii),8».t Walhottlo Moor. St. M.} Wad't £a4 (BelTi), 
58k M,{ WUlii«tea,Mi.i WyUuaM«er.Mi.M.— 40SMv«at 
Market, 88 yidi & taJM, a»d 88 loaded. 



Blink Stock '. 

S per Cent. Redated 
8 per Cent. Coaiol . . . 
I per Ct. defer. Int. * 
to commejice 1808 
4 per Cent. Comot. . . 
4 per Cent. No^ Ano. 
4 per Cent. 179T . 
Baak Long Ammitiet 
Do. Short, 1778 4(17791 
Tnp.SperCt. Ana. .. OS^l 
Do. Am. fttr 25 Trart|7 0-16 1 

Irtih 6 per Cent 

Da. Ann. for 15 Yean 
India Stock 
Do. Beads 
Sooth Sea Stock 
•Old ADanitiei 
Vem Do. 
8per Cent. 1751 
£xcb. BHI«,814 
Dottenr Tickets.. .. 
CJty Freeb^d 0*.. 
CKNMrtf fbr 


Aaaterdaa 8i T t 0. Bight 84 II 

Rotterdam II 8 t V. 

Hanbaish 84 4 8|U. 

Altoea ....84 %.VtV. 
Paris, Iday'i 
date .... 84 

Do 84 

Boordeaax .84 
Madrid. ...40 
Cadis 88| 

Silver in bars (standard) Os. (M. per oa 
Ag)o of Baak on Bollaod 5^ per Ciait. 



4 ^ 

eflte. CWk 

* fie iy#l< 

Bilboa . 
l<egbortt 404 ' 
Genoa... 4Sf 
Venice • « or rac0tet» 
Napin ..4S 
Lisbon.. .00 
Oporto . . BO 
Dahlia ..104p«rCl. 


Ma lta.... , 
OottaatMuyh • 
Haiabarth .. 

Ushoa ...... 


Cunuiey ,.,, 
Jersey ...... 









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jr. F. T;FoiiTvtiMi Srektr, IS, Comkilt. 

JUaiatand PoMiihadky aaAlhr J. B. BELLaad J. DE CAMP, at the OSiceof JCe Bsom Mmtlat or, Uftreir*eMl<AaUe«-< 
-fl "y—'-fi ft *t| f 'i^i-i^-'-.'*, g'Tr* T »t4 TiiT hf 1t»1 itf all thn rrmrmira in t\\» Uaitnit Kl^**. - 


•ac liiiQ, comititatfm. emb i.mtt. 


SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1808. 

Pntce 8<?» 




nneaie tew wiyecu more int«re<tUg eitber tt t|tt |>teiCnt 
(OMMioB or t» posterityv thao the oMW* mA jiiobable alabi- 
lit;«rUM«iapurcirUck BoiimMnehMHmilncM eowolifaia 
tiMlt^kaeqiitre any degree ai^ peratUCOcy, il irill 4Md> iw- 
froa m nagiber of iBdepeodcot »tate> to oae vast 
•kwH U qaicldr fiilt to flettt, after the snn which 
I h toeelbcr h withdraim, iu ruin must gi»e rlie tfl new 
te aev van. of which it is iliOic'alt to forsKe the 
At tfait asonaeM, wboi further circnmitMiocs have 
KCVM (a derdope the plaa of this enpirr, and the aieAai 
ta^ffti to citaklish It, wmc cxjuqinatioa of Ihe sulyett can- 
aat M MMnesti^E t« the pablie. 

Vtm^malui Ii»aa|Murte caaSraied bti dominion in Ptautt, 
■bI prtvitlved, froift the snccestive iettatt of the Aqitrf ate, that 
he ImipfMtta appreh<^d thua the 0]>po«itinn of the nrroajal- 
^ ntfaw, tkaa hecoocrWrd tte maj^niflrent project of (orra- 
»tmrmmitt whickco pnwer In Europe coald prcsnfte to ap- 
tmn^ •■■ whteh' nifhl avoid Ihe defeeia thai b^d .preclpitatrd 
AaJliMatiMiof lo aanr |;reai dOoriniooi., Convljicedt either 
bfli^AAa lights, or by those 6fbts#^aciooicoaii>eltorTatley 
■■^'4lfit ij' proeotios a more exteusivc frontier to tb« 
(•rii|MI^||^Mt««lwf(amt of terriusry lervei taibor to w<«k«n 
nt^B^M||^W aa impire | that iu resources mast lie spe«d' 

IMI HdttiJtiikd trta by tSe awe of its too numei^oi 

I foatiiMM : lie formed a n^w plan for cxtcndiitg his do- 

jet teodetlii^ this ecteottaii a source father of 

I weakiiea. 

flan, ifbTcb was aohadoced ta.the official Joamalt 

Tmmt mm to coosptebend all that cdmpatft ajsd ferlile terri- 

Ury, «rl^^ b tepanted fro» other countries by the Rhine, 

the Mprf, anl the Pj-malees. AH tbe other eonqucsU of Itu< 

npaxte were to be di*4dcd lato small dependent kingdoms, 

■hack ifcwtM look up to Fiance as their fuardlan, assist her 

■ah lro«pi afid m<|iiey in cTcry editogency, and form ad ektrii<.' 

aw bi r Ks h etw cea b«r ud the rneiny, From this plao, if it 

(iriihecMrtedlMefzttBtlon, great b<!orfits wens to b« ex. 

|e<ii& Fmco) iasfMC af beiag attfre eipo!«d by tbe eirtan- 

"•#fcer territory, weaMlie tt o &et e i far more lecttre. Her 

••■ia*ed>a(« frontier wooM- be provided with far better na-> 

ImtMnoo, aad «iMride«n)ieMMiR«oa(kiM!trd than beft>r«: 

'"oatoct, -aod CDBwt|aestly aaay wcaiioM of qoarrel with 

pow«r*i wMid be CM off ivy Acaat df Mr 

ktogdoM* I tmi a* each of tbaie iroaid 

rwfisiM ««r»MpK«M jvdicid aod iegjItlaMra power, tbe em- 

tn«(«HBa*aM wmUfatUmtkmtmtA ky a iraklplldty 

Tkii MMfcl «l«npi<* tMevUet ttnni that bave-ezifted^ and 
ytiaU HfTilnrti perfectly »wr,. Tho<l«pMd«M klnfiawu 
b«% 1 « i>rli risftU aad bardeaa, m traaguaaiogj to the <iHI*t 
^Wmmi mkr^»iamtmn byw hMna m lyitematically 
r-iMV^eitberdesipiad aaafiMtter, nor otafol in any 
■IhyliMnf tBbtf c— Ungeufa. Aa analogy 
iMwwn-thit new eoplre of the Wcat, hM 
I fefl t W d lft Xtcgt Hetwcea tbr« nif 
Xttt prlatet of tb« SHamn eapitc were a 
kipwwini, the ittMMt of irhov alacted 

a new chief or emperor, trheo a vacancy occurred. It was thei^ 
policy at flrtt to raise to' the lasperlal (hrone, ooe of the least pow*' 
erful priocei, to prevent any daogeroot eRCroacbmeots | and ttf 
this cirboimtadce the Austrian family first owed it* elevatioa^ 
though fortunate iacldeats afterwardi enabled it to acquire aa ' 
extension Of territory, which gave it a complete aseciKlant ovef 
the other associated powei^. The eodstltdtioa of Bnnaparte'# 
empire It fiindamentally dmrent. Tbe sovereign of France U 
entirely independrat nf his subordinate alliea, while tbeyarei itt 
maily respects, depeorteut Upon him : his power is so 'taperior^ > 
that they have oaly tbe power of aMiag bdt not «f injtrin^ 

In the ezeewton at this plan, Bontpane has Made a pnptM ■ 
quite beyond Ihe <;a)culktion of pollticiansi The mlicVabt* 
weaknea of the old Eunipean govemaiciitt was not perceircdt 
tilt they were asaile^>T an eormy who bad the retolatioa to 
despise all daogerf'^ut real oars i add M tie people brnkfed oa 
their chance of diasters' with IndMbmcei Bonaparte foood that 
when he had di«i|Miled an army of nerccaarijn, he bod coat 
foered a kiiic<lam> In the cearse-ef t«* «B«pa%B, be wat 
'enabled t» uinry bitplmv IntotKctf ft >b tft ■ m^•^t^€i^Uhtt^ • 
on th4 most exposed froaflen of France, WHh Ite es«rp(laa .■ 
dftbe hereditary domtnlnos of ihe Hoase of Aastrla* tbe wboi* • 
of GertMoy has been pareelled out liMo'dcpmAaat atttot of 
France i and In this view** bar flraritier may be coaMMad aa - 
terttbtalii^ with tbe Dueby Of 1Wataa#. Ittily i> pataellai 
oat in a similar niaoOer ; and the operalioas am at proeaf ■ 
going forward, whieb will probabty convert SpiUn and JPORa^ 
gal into similar dependencies, 

«« the moM mfXtnSkt'mtStA^ hi fcrtbaltei^U a*9M« 
bable stability of tbit aew ampim. Tbe'devices of Boaapaiaa - 
to render hisestablMiltttBt pensaneat, difebver both lag aa al ty 
and a koowted^e of human Mature \ though they are not Witt* ■ 
out defects which may althnately baffie all his HtgirHfi On* ■ 
Circoinstanee to which he seem* principally to trust, it (b* near • 
cqnality insiieaad ttM-ngth of dominiua, which b*hMM»' 
bliihed amodjg hh SHbordtintid prince*,' None of thaai \i ta i 
tuperior in these resptds, aa not to be daterard, by.t)>e Ideal • 
ai^ry laitauilMi of Fmace, fVom maWog war apoa any if (bt > 
raW. 'The tatt predominance of Franc* can alwaya enable htt ■ 
to qneil their nuftwd aalmosHies, m aafqTce tho pavnidnt urif 
ilietr ceatingeodiei at nbordinate aUnM» and to prerent any iit^ ' 
aovatloM on the establlshrd ordisir by latendarriajief or an/ ' 
etbe^ eaase. This taaM et^nal^ty of tiae fenders 1^ net l<«atfaa 
direct interett of the degeddeot pdwen than at Frnaca, la • 
•latalaiatHBCOaiSederaey oBbrakedik Ulttnthepreponderaaqr 
•f thetevereliin Mate* that every one of the Inferior allies mutt f 
loeb for protection against the ambitioa of in ca-oirtiaaH . 
pewao, ortbe Irrnptioas of external nntiofts. . 

Beanpbrle appann atfo to have not a l)nl* <<ateu|a*dd ttpaa 
tbe Uet of alTccUeo and gnaitnde which be ban cttabtitbeA . 
between himself and bis de|>ead«flt tiaMs, Of tho^ ahcieot . 
Offnaan' priocca whom be hai. ctmllrnied in their dsmialdns, 
then-is not one which ha* pot great obli^tiont to bim iieyoad . 
that of forbeanudpi- Tho fijector oif Bavaria, bat been tetrned 
from the dreaded jaw* of ibe IIoum of Austriat by ttMlved 
a bM|p aceettioo.df territory, nad has been elevated flam an 
electoral to a royal title i All Ihet^ advantages be tMjref to 
QoMpartaand France, and bv their protertion must coaiinoe te 
h(Mthan. The X.iasi, of °Wirteu>b<*rg, of Baden, a^!iaso*y, 
am all i» a sinilar titaatioo, and arc e(}aal)y Iround la the 
Fraacb aspire bp the tie* «f g^atituda and iuereit. Tlfa kx 

Digitized by 



^flE NJfxmJfAX UEGflSfEJt. 

I'di, 17. 

((renter pcrtion of his tubordlnate klngdnmi, Bonaparte hut 
dfrided among his nwa brothers, and the nmr relativts of hit 
family, thus adding the lie* of Uaod to aU olbcx bond* of cpo- 
nectipu, )n the jappes that the House of Napoleon will not fori^t 
tlieir romtnon origin, orceasc to revercnrc the jotentioas of tbeir 
fif nadcr. 

. In. addition to these precautions he has adopted aaother, 
\fUicli shews a still deeper polilieni sagacity, and a mind capa- 
ble of ovrrluulctng inferior considerations in puniiit of its grand 
ullimaic ol>jecis> Several possessors of great empires have, at 
t6rir deaibb, apportioned their territnriesamoug their principal 
follow«rs, and left io legacies wliat they rnuld no longer retain 
tg themselves. The eomlutt of Uoiiaparte is very difTrreut. 
J}e has fonue(l a plan of fmpire io which his great usurpations 
apd conquest* are not to be Ciinfined to (he grasp of one over- 
KroWD monarch, bat to be divided among many for the security 
oi the whole. Instead of retaining all these piis«e>siaDS in his 
oW|i bands during his life, and parcelling them out only in his 
lyt will, as a man of impolitic ambition would have done, 
bt has h;.d the magpanimliy and wisdom to distribute them 
Airing his lifetime, and while he m&y still look forward to 
many day* of health uod vigAur. Kyen his favourite kingdom 
of Italy be. has lately disjoined from the central Govcrument of 
Franee, and formalist cousigscd it to bis step-son, Eugene 

.Tbe'iacrea«ed ebanee of liability which bU new empire dc- 
rlyc* from titii mode at procecdiog, i« very great. It prevvuts 
•U eotttettn among bi« followers, with regard to their sli.:u-rs in 
tbe diitribation : it prevents the taceelsor to the metropolitiui 
gbntnneai. at Fruare from retaining the dependencies in his 
own baad», wbieb be might well do oDJer various pretexts, were 
tkcy to be given aivay only in CMSMjuence of the provisioM of 
» will: it enal>les tbe Mbordionte prince* to get acquainted with 
the fuDCtiunii of government, tite dispositions, nnd the interests 
«fthccoimtry eummittcd to tbeir rbarge, and by tbis means 
^oMotidates their power. It uecuslami them to perform with 
efactaess, nlltbefti^uUtioia attrndaijt ^n their comieciion with 
Fnwce, and thus consolidate* the wluale empire i in^burt, it 
obviate* tbie ehancc of any confusion on the death of Bouaparte, 
fiaee every titing will have alrrafly been established in the 
ender in which it is destined to conliUic, 

-la addition to thi* very poUth neatore, BompDrte has 
isdaplcd another, which, may .ultimately prove not less eOica- 
citHu : — the exteMioD of the Napoleon Code over bis w|iote 
empire. Thi* rede maj') in general, notwithstanding its de- 
fecif, be contidetcd a* a very grvav blestiag io tbe people .of 
miut of the coimtrtc*. which be has eonquerrtt, since they itill 
labour under the miterably uneqiiBl aud oppressive regulatioos 
of feudalism. ItJs needlM* to dwell on the vast cfii-ft* which 
tbe same laws, and the same admtnistralioa of juf lice have in 
biisdiaf csmmauitiei together. 

8«cb is tbe plan of the. Empire of the West, and such the 
means adopted by itsfoonder, to reader it perauwent. Itt^an- 
net be qaestiobod that tbe idea i* magnificesit, and that more- 
]>alitical sagacity is.dtsplayedia thcptBvisi'ms, ibna wecaodii* 
eover in the foandatioa of any other great empire. Yet, we 
■Wall thortiy stale circamstnnre* in its struetare, which aaem in- 
compatible with any great d^ree of pemunency. 

History presents us with many instances of a ckuter of mn»il 
republics confederating together, a«d rematnitig united t&r a 
great series of year*. The ancient confedemttons -of Greece 
tlie Aebeoji Leagne, the 8win Cantoiw, the Voiied State* uf 
Holland, the province* of North Americn, all atfbrd (trikiag 
prooA of the powibility of giving permaoeary to sacb asseeta- 
tina*. History alTords no lucb-example* of a cflnferfeniliaMof 
nrl>itrary prince* attaining any denree of stability. The Sa- 
traps iK fersia, tbongb merely oBcers, were la perpetiul rc- 
beliien against their sovereij^ t the laaBe majrbc sfidof the 
forctMrrs uf proviaiw ia Moditra, Turkey ; and (here i« not 

fei4iap* a single state of Germany that has not as often anied 
in nppositJoD to (he bend of the empire a* in hi* behalf. . 

The ceasoos of this diference between a coalition of frtc 
States and of arbitrary Princes, are very evident. .IntheSwiM 
Republic,, for <xample,' each of the Slater had tbe nuna^norf 
of its own iatcrsol regulations, its police andjadieatarefhalall 
■be public concerns, which might efli;rt the nhqie a»socialio«, 
such as the qaestiohs of war or peace, nnd themakitij; of Itut, 
%vere managed by delegates from every State. Thi* represealt- 
ii»u, called the States General, gave an appearance of on* Go- 
vernment to the whole association, and. tl(e jn^bitjmt* of tach 
Slate felt tltcir own participation in the Sovereignty; Butia* 
confederacy of absolute Princes, like that of Bonaparte's. »a- 
pire, no such common tie exists. As farai regard* his scritjects, 
each Prince is the only ostensible Sovereign; and he in bittim, 
receives, without aay consultation, the mandates of the freath 
Emperor. There is here no rL-pre»cnlatioa, ao deliberation o« 
common interests j the gloomy aEraogemeots of ailiitraify powtr 
are subslilutrd for an equal voice and a mutual concern, ^ar- 
reeding Emperors may have neither the mod«ratioo uor the po- 
licy of Boiupartr : and the dependent Allieji may Imagine it 
more for their safi-ty to unite with the ent'mies of France for 
their protection, than to commit tbemsetvet io tbe bands of their 
own gr^t Despot. . . 

There it another radical defect in tbe donslilntion which Bo- 
naparte has prepared for his Empire. Bred in a camp, and ac- 
customed tothe depotic habits of a Commander, l>e has made no 
provision for the progress of society, and for those effects which 
the extension of political knowledge must speedily produce. No 
share is assigned to the people in legislation i they are entitled 
by the Napoleon code to no political rights whatever. Hut in 
tbe present age, it is not to be imagined that the people ehlier 
of Fmnee or her dependencies will long sttbmK t» Ibis de- 
gradation, after tile terror of « great conqueror'* name Is re- 
moved. The people now know that they mo»t have frenlon 
and political rights, if they resolve to have them : aivd the ei- 
ample which Great Oritaio cominunlly present* before their 
eye*, of acuunlry so vigorous, weallhj, ajiJ powerful, entirely 
ia consequence of the proud rights to which nil her iuhabiiHii>« 
are entitled, must rn.iiiiuttally terve to stimulate the feelings of 
human nature. Of tiiis last circuiiistauce Bonnparte seems 
aware ; and hedcv, iu a Into peeviih tirade in the Moniiatr, it 
was de.iared that the world would neyvr be at rp»t _till Great 
Britain bcrome (ike other monarchic^ — in other words, till »hc 
n'as ruled by a despot I lie .does, not |>erceive tht^t Ilic want of 
tliose popular rights which she enjoys is .the surest, cause of con- 
fusion and ruiu to tbe Empire hclalmurii tu ej>talilith. 



No. IU. 

We bare already giren imr neaden •on* taibttr of tile poli- 
tical charatncr of tlte Morning Pott. It ttiM came Mis' nAttre 
by tbe anromown ind«*try nf 1U Proprirtor, In collerlibg the 
little trifling nnecdote* and taMdalk of onr fasiifanHWc trir/ies 
— the surmises of a dashing marriage; the InuetKlads of a r^r- 
tua -cariuAs bat secret Btraagemeiit ; the dress I tbe new^equi- 
pagcs t <he diancrs ; the rontr; the departures awl wrrKlUs of 
every om whose wuaa i* ksvwn in May-fair, or in tfittcmiv^ 
preci n ft*. Such piece* of intelligence were extremely infervtt- 
ingand inpi>rta»t to these for wfaem they tvere 4n)giMd | aadi 
it* merit*, tbercfure, procured tbe MtrmUig Pott mi ex^uutra' 
oM fashiowblrcirctilatiaa. 

Far many yean that Paper diiitingiil*hed''i«*«lP at or tamt re- 
*ol«te champion of the OppotttloDv and of tli« fHeadt «f tiw 
People t for tbe Editor and Proi>(ietot-wa<« Wy noted mms- 
ciKte of tbe SarrMponding CUb, Cven tb« JUrtitm§ €krtaMf\ 

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Hott, having got its cue, bas cnniiuued to rail, in strict uniMi 
u'ith Alcxa'udrr, against tltegoud faitl\ of our ciiun(r> i till at 
last Ri^naparte iia> cliiined in nilli adiniral>)e rflrrt; aad w« 
s!i:ill now hear AInxaiidcr, Bonapartr, attd our deni-oflirial 
journal slienio^ who sh.-ill he most lurccssCul ia ruiniag oar 
national reputation for good faith and honour. 

It h h^Tll ibfit Britaiii, who has ever been the dupe of her 
Allies; who, after repeated eiipericnce of their perfidy, hat 
continued to waste her blond and treasure In support of ifae Con- 
tinental Powers < who. for this purpose, has impaired ber own 
prosperity, and loaded her people with intolerable burdens^ 
should now be thus reproached not only by the enemy, hut also by 
her own degenerate progeny. it not be supposed, that w« 
luran to ndvorate the cause of the last adoiinistnttion : their 
apology was sueakiag and unmanly beyond all endurance. They 
only asserted that tbey had given no formal lusuranres of aid 
to our allies, and that consequently no hope of aid from iw 
could reasonably be formed. But such an excuse was only 
an aggravation of tbeir misconduct: if it was proper to 
render assistance to our Allies, their fault was doubled in not 
giving timely assurances that It would be furnished: if it wai 
improper to aid them, this silly and pusilUuiimous evasion wai 
utterly mean and degrading. The defence of oar national 
honour, against both our internal and external enemies, should* 
in our apiiiiao, have proceeded upon much loftier grounds : It 
should have staled, first, that we had no cqromon interest with 
the King of Prussia, and were in no respect called upon to assist 
him { secondly, that no diversion In fovour of our Allies by 
land could have bad.any |)robability of success ; thirdly, that . 
Britain was mi^iug greater and more efiiracious eSbrts against 
France than all her Allies together. If these positions be .true, 
which we shall endeavour to shew in afitw words, whit are we 
to think oftl^Ase PolHlcal DM^almets, who unite w^h oar ene> 
niies in reviling our conduct ou this OL-caiioo, with the mo«t/oul 
and false aspersions } 

'VnsM-were'oisreastKRNkiMnait*. with IbeConilar Prmrtfe? 
After one gasconading but ineffSsclaal campaign against France, 
for which he was well reimbursed by British treasure, the King 
of Prussia contrived first to trick as out of some 'Airther sub- 
sidies, and then perfidiously made peace with the enemy. H« 
afterwards saw tha mhetabte min of tin British and Austrian 
armies, without making the least effort to . id Ibem ; and 
shewed himself abundantly rejoiced at the triumphs of France, 
since he was allowed, in the mean time, lo seiie tratcberoatly 
on some eftbedeieiiicetess-smaller sutes,. and add them to hit 
douiinionf. When the Nortbem CenfWIenicy onitad agalim 
Britiiiii in the hour of her distress, the King' of Prtissia did not" 
lail to bo among the conspirator! for ber humiliation. Yet 
this same'^hampion, after having Iwlrayed Austria intoa league 
by his promises of assisUoce, left her to be ruined at the iialtie 
of AoMerlitx, while hia Ambassador! were perfldibusty Mg»- 
tiating in the enemy's -cjimp I But this gallant Monarch was at 
longth roased to action : he boldly stood forth with bis own 
forces to oppose the Conqueror of the Continent. And what, 
incited Mm M this heroic resolution? >'ot the cause of Bri- 
tain! not the deliverance of Etiropet — -Kot be Imd tren- 
chcronsly selied a defencdeM portion of the territory of 
Britain ; of that AUy to whimi Prussia owed not enly ber 
greaincw but hnr very existence ; and pleased with the booty of 
wiiiah he had to per&iiously plundered her^ stood forward lo 
miifitaitt hta right to it by arms. And this is the Prince, aixl this 
the orcasien, in Hekalf of which Britain should have hastened 
to expend brr blond and treasuivs 1 Had the King of Prussia 
been successful, what would have been the result ) Hanover 
would have been finally imnezed to the Prussian dominioat ; 
and UiilMa, bikd she assiMcd him, would have coMrihi^tcd to 
ploader iMnelf in order to prosper bis treachery. Can any but 
a fool or a knave maintain that we oufhl, in ntcfa cireaak- 
stances, to have assisted Prussia? 

>Ve bare «!» uid that such asittauce would have been inei^ 

wu •rca'ianally eclipsed by the popular fulminatiflos of thi:> 
ssjiiriag rival ; and Fox, Sheridan, Grey, &c. were hr-pruised as 
unaerrifully as their antagonist! were blacfcgnardcd. In this 
itraia the .tftfrafag Foil rootiniied till Mr. Pitt .ind his friends 
wired from power t aoS p«ar Mr. .\ddington. nt the com- 
amresiem of his Administratidti,' received by a shower 
«f iaTcrtivnr, eplgruios, burlesques, and the other noxious con- 
mw ef a newspaper maga'/ine. But the period was come w hen 
tkr i:dirorof the Morning i'att was to be visited with #new 
U{l>l. One morninf, to the otter amazement of oil the ^tiiV- 
•snt, a. Mauifostn Appeared in (bat Paper, dirrrily recanting 
fM political tfOKit which it had till then so cca1t>us]y miiiii- 
t^iv:); aad assnntin'g. for its n«w creed every position (hat 
coeM be agrccsiMc to the existing AdininistratiiMi ! 

fvjm (hat period, TAt Hofning fast has etjotiuued the stcr- 
een panegyrist uf the patty which bad before been loaded with 
iotJane. When Pitt returned to power, at the head of a feeble 
>t< O-astortesi admini>tTation, Us arrangements iiad still the 
Micrlamitiontof this most nbsrqiliouS' paper, while the la- 
Iwaiid principles of Mr. Fo.t, its former Idol, were repre- 
"iti, the one as uscUis, the othtr lu dangerous. ' The Editor 
iadtlic sagacity to perceive the unpopularity of the broad- 
't'Uoseii adiainistralion, both at court and with the public i 
■si Ikenfure, liiLea wise rat, he did notventurtf to lru!>t himself 
■song the props of so tottering ft building. But when the pre- 
■'■u miniaen aiccnded to power, he again resumed hit courtly 
'sonioui; and now continues to deck, with the roost pom{)Ous 
''(kuaatioas, whatever lie b — gin a a ,wiH to agreeable to bis pa- 

The ptiiiical writings of 7%r JITarning Pott, which has fiatly 

'*'HBc«*aW in former principles, without even aflej^iig that 

lU w« dmie from convicdion, would be of little imponauce to 

•ytte, were it nnt-tbat it is couslilered as the organ of miiiis- 

krial sentunents, as receiving private communications from (io- 

^"■Mtcttt, and at uoifdrmly expressing what Ministers wish to 

^ctpiTssed. TtMse ntppotltious, which teem not to be ili- 

'^■■'cd, give m real importance to' its political efliisinus : every 

^''Mled {irinriple which it asserts, every improper declama- 

'^vkieb it pat>li$bcs, are doubly pernicious, and doubly re- 

l^^'blc, since tbey come to the public apparently fortified 

^tkr sanction of Ministers, and may be considered as tenets 

*^<rben occasiosi olfers, will be acted upon. (>u this ac- 

••"(.•e* shall find It necessary to watch the tergiversations 

'^riHiraijig PoU with a particularly jealous eye j and shall 

"ftnrnt rxpoie one of the vilest and most unjustiAuble ma- 

"Wrr, of tUition, of which it has ever been the tool. 

Tlxre h nothioi^ which ntorc potvcrfutly excites our indiggs- 
'■•Silku to see tiw spirit of faction acquire sneh an atceadancy 
*'<'B^at to extingaisb', in their minds, every generoM feeling 
* psiriotism t at to nake (h^nf tcjoire at the disasters of (heir 
(•sttry, aad even Joiii in Ibe rcpruacbei gnd invectives of the 
"'■?, provided .tbey. can, by thi!) mfolis, bring confusion and 
■cpMchet on their poiitical ■■■gsuists. Of the excesses of 
i^dcgiadrd and pernicious *^\t'a we have seldom teen a more 
KToliiag instance, than in the la<c dlscassions about oiir neglect 
It MtPiiun our Allies. The present Ministers, anxious, as 
■•ai irith ear poltlscnl p«rties»io e»ait their Awn^ime <w the 
'»«• tf their predcceiturs, sMcre . very l>uty> la*t Sirring, in 
'^"{itg the defeat and destruciifm of our. Ailtet on (he Cooti- 
■ut^ike aeglicence of the late Cabinet, in not affording them 
'^'fasl tayparu 'Che Emperor Alexander gladly laid hold 
^ite pfttsat that funitiied.iwM, and jiiaerted it witli ^nof 
Ute fireat «f. bit bettile declaration, in the ontwcr ef 
*« Ctbioet' to tliat declamtion, the justice of these rc- 
Ptickn was tacitiy acknowledged, because to have re- 
^ thett itnnldhave been to exculpate the former 
"itlMtn, a i n cr it ee of pa«y i» pattioiitiu w.hi.-h conld not Ite 
'fMrdi b«l tncwat tnk^ at the saote lime to iairadure a 
"WMOttury r r s ye t t i ng gyett armannjls, suddroly created l>y 
WtluatdUlMry rigaorof oni presetit Ministers. Tht Xtrning 


WK ^ATWf^AL RI5Gt8fBll. 



frcloal. No on«, ire believe, has ever looked upoo the opporitiop 
of (he Pnissiao Ktiig to France at any Other than an art of the 
most otitrageoUs presumption and madness I and no one examined 
the details of the Campaign in whirb Bonaparte Has checked) or 
considered thi* tbal-acter of A-lexander, llift was codtibc^ that 
the weather and not the Rustsiant were the caOqtRYol^, andthat, 
oil any rovers* of fortune, the feeble AlezAndet n-ollld throw 
himself upon the mercy of the eiieniy. The landiof; of twenty 
or thirty thoasaad British troops, to co-operate with allies, ifbo 
kad no cordial feelings towards as, and tfi combat (he vastly bo- 
perior armaments of Bonaparte, could only have added to the 
tnisernble catalogue of disasters which our Cantinerital expedi- 
tions have brought Upon thk nation. 

But our highest And most ttoansnrerable reply to Atexander, 
Bonaparte, and Tie Homing Post Is, that Britain was making 
greater and more effitaclod* efforts against the common enemy, 
than all her allies together. Brltaib Was, at (he time alluded 
to, patting forth all her strength, besieging and harrafsing 
France with a naval armament of immense expence, carrying on 
board at least a hundred and 8fty thousand men t she had de- 
prived the enemy of his large foreign possessions! she bad ol- 
iBOSt entirely annihilated his coromCrre ) and had driven his 
navy from the seas | she had cut off from biro the most fertile 
■nurccs of revenue t and had thwarted Bonaparte la the most 
favourite otfjeets of his ambltton-^blps, rommerre, and colo- 
nies. What proportion do the efforts of Prussia or Russia bear 
to these amazing exerlioaS) ei^erin cxpencc, in magnitude, or 
in efficacy ? And Britain is reproached for not co-operating 
with her allies! What will The Morning Pott say (6 these 
farts, which place its unpatriotic statements in the bate^ 

light ? 

w I' l iU • I r ■ I ii aaaa 


pAtn, Dec. SA.---The giand deeoradoia of the liegion of 
Itooour, destined for the Emperor Francis I> for tbe Arrhduke 
Charles, the Archduke Jolui and Count Urboa, arrived at 
Yicniui on tbe Tlh ullimo. 


VtB5f(A, D«o. Se— Our ConriOnetfeCenlaiostheMlottiiig 
M-ticie from Turkey i — The (xanquilUty which prevailed oa the 
frontiers of Bosnia, has again been disturbed. About the end 
•r September the cordon of Turkish lrnops« formed on the banks 
of the Dninaand Buzawa, wa* reinforced with 9000 meb, l»y 
which means its strength was iucn-ased to 85,000 meoi Tlie 
Servians were no sooraer Informed of this rirmimiitaare than they 
Oroased the Buzawa, and gave buttle to the Turks oa tbe i(tb 
October, in which the latter were completely rouiedt So far 
from the Russians making the Ica-si. preparations for evacuating 
Moldavia and Wallachia, pursuant to the armistice, another 
Rossian carps Is on its nmrrh thither from htobilow, under the 
command nt' M^jor-tieneral Prince Apitixin« whp is alrrodj 
arrived in Bucharest, the hrad-i|uarters of the General in 
Chief, Prince Prosoroweky. Tbe Russian advasccd posts have 
been lately ouii.iderably reinforced, and all rorrespondrnce and 
commercial iuit-rroarse with Turkey, are strictly prohibited. 

Banks np tui: Maine, Dec' 6> — Some jiablic Jouraalt 
itate, tbat the report hat bcea generally eirrulait^ fvr s^me 
days past) that a part of tbe Cnnarripiiou of UiOO will be ini- 
nediately raised by anlicipatioo. AVe are assured that similar 
to the last year, a Senatut ContuUum will be issued, by which 
1W,000 youths, of this class, will !ie placed at the disposal of 
Government ) naaiely, a part for the present army, and a port 
•r tbe reserve. Although peace is established on the CendAtai, 
kevertbelea*, (be gi«a( extent of country, #ccupicd by tbe 
Frecfcb armies, requires a reinforceotent Of frcifa troops.— 

CoranRAoKN, Dec. 86. — hrtttn from Croiwtadt state, 
(hat li sail of the iiae« and iSB guo-boalSf arc lying iu tbe part 
of tbat^ity. ^ 

Iti Dalmntla seems dc^tiord fiir very. ins- 
lie arc of opinioi), that it is to orcupv 
bat according to «tlten| it it t» march 

tbrou):h Constantioople ahd Egypt to Bengal. — Letters frpnt 
Hanover inform us, that the Kingdom of Wettphalia is to be 
divided into tbe following Departments: 

Itt. Tbe Department, of Fulda, locludtng fjower Hrtie and 
PaddertMurn. Sdi Tbe. De]»artnent of the Weser. cAotiiining 
Mindrn, Rav««sberg) &c. 3d. Tbe Department of i|m Verrej 
comprising Upper Hesse, &t. 4th. The Department of the 
Seine, indodinc nottingeni &c. Mh. The Ilarg-Departmea', 
romnoted Of tne Principality of Grubcnhagen and the Upper 
Hai4 Stki Tbe tTppef Deeartment, containing Hililesbrimi 
Rl(e« BebwiMJ^ea, dotlai. and several other tow ns and districts, 
which formerly beltUig<^ to the Duchy of Bronsuick. Tlh. 
The Sattlda.Departmrnt, tocludlog the Frinripalities of Hal- 
hrrstadt and Klackeubilr);, &c. | and 8(h> The Oeparliient of 
Bicbsiieldi coutalalbg the PriiKipalitlet ot Elebttelitf &c. &c. 


Iti>IBt*aott, t)r.t;, IS.'-The following changes In (he Mi* 
nistry and Corps DiplmnadC ot Holland, ^ere anaootired in tbtl 
Ro</at Oarttte of the I9»h December ■.'^ 

Mr. Hodgendnrp ieavet (lie War Department, aod is appoint' 
ed Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court of Vienna.— Mr. 
Jaqssens, President of the War ^tion, saeeeedt as War Mi-* 
Ulster. Mn Vrrjiuell quiti the Jdiuistry of tbe Marine, for thd 
place of Minister Pleoipotcntiafy and F.nvoy Extraordinary to 
the Court of Pertrsburgh. He Is replaced by Mr. Vander Ke» 
srr, who ceases to be Kilmster of (He Colonies and Cottttilerre, 
lie is succeeded in that Department by Mr. Cambier, (ate Mi* 
Ulster of Jhstlce, who in that raiUkcUy is succeeded by Mr. Vaa 
Maaneni Mr. De Caulincourt, (iraod r.Cuyrr Of the Kiiigi is 
appointed Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraordinary to 
the Court of Naples. 


co/raBESB. — ttou$E or maPKSSBtrTJTStsi* 
uroN mroATATiov Act. 

WASiil<vaTON, Dec 8.>^Mr> Newton said, it would tw, W 
collected by the House, that on Mondav next, tbe Uth, the 
law prohibiting the iuijtortatioo of certain goods, walet, 
and merrhandfxei nould go Into operation i aitd It was aUit 
knnwnV that Ihii law, id its ptescnt state, was extreiorly de* 
fertive. For the purpose of preveating ttie perplexities whteH 
nii:;ht arise ft'om these defcdt, be olcred f^c following Re' 
solution !-^ 

Resolved, That the Cdmmiltee of CJommerre and Manufac- 
tures be instructed to inqaitv Wbctlier aov, and if aay, ivhat 
altemr ions are neressarv to be made iathe Act, bearing date the 
ISIIi day of April, 1807, probtbltUg the Imf pfutioo «f cerioia 
eoods, ivares, aod merchandize i with the B<*t*er to tc^rt hry 
Bill or ntlirrtt-ise. He said, it was the duly of all (nivetomeats 
to prevent Ihigallon i nud to amend any of their laws Whicli 
were found to give rise to (t, 

The Resolution was agreed t»^Ayet, 84. 

Vttc. II.— The deflate <»n the yassBge M Mm- Mil from (he 
Senate, appropriating a s«M of lUooey filr pmvMltM(( an ad' 
ditiooal oaaiber of gun-baait( wot fetuWedaod continued MUil 
near three A'dock. Thequettloa liD Its pasta(e wai theu lakeiis 
and carrlc4i AjeSt Itt— N'oes, 19. 


Jam m i-Mt Xin^Ue»t Jf'v. l4< 

nOtJtte (tt ASSEMBLV, KdV. 4. 

In a Comnittre on the 9(a(e oi^the Island the fotloWini: Reid« 
lutioas were agreed to i — 

I. That, on a roattitatioHat k»Bltcati«a la hi» Ilonaiil' tha- 
I j«utenant-<ievernor, tilts Houte did, ia (fee Inut Sestlon, graat • 
bounty on the importation i>f M from the Itrltisli Coloairs I* 
North Americai in British vessels, freely aMd voluntarily, M 
evince euf anxiety to promote (be navigation oftke Empir«,and 
give a deridetl preference ia our markets (• (b«tF e wiHi ii wMt ie^ 
wftich CMild be famitked bv any port of kit Mt^ettyVJamjalaas. 

I I. TJHtl (he attempt.of iii* Majesty's Mililsten to Oaw«d tMt 
House toaraot a bounty dn tith of certain descriptl^ati by' pro- 
hibiting the Importation of fish In ships or vrstfh bctooring te 
the tnhjrrls of ao^ State ih amitv with iilt Mi^ttty, wbiltt HU 
necrfsit\ nfsnch ao lnterrear«c is iveaigiiiced* I* «^pf*«ive and 
naraastitotional | and netbivg b«l tbU Meetrtty* imk 0mftQ* 
lectioa and care which we otve to ear staveti ««lM«e««m/a*t»aad 
livei are nanlonly hazarded by this regulation, could induce thA- 
Hou<e to continue tbe bodnty, whiru wai eXeciftil]' yra 
whcu applied tot ti ac«a«titBti«iM tkBnen 

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iii. Tbtt M i« rxpedinii tu rn-ommebd t» fhr n»ii<p to ^ant 
I honty ea chr inportatieo of fist, fraiii Ikr BHli*h Ci'looin in 
y*nli AB«Ti<a, in British vn*rif, Tor twrlve iqonllu, and after 
Ikriiar rair, «i4 oader the nme reguIatioBi, b}f thr existing 
law allowrd aad Pst«blislird. 

Og tkr raotlim that the Hoaw da agne to thr irp«rt, it was, 
M (Mulr, resoived in the aSnnalive, a dlviiioa tll4ili( place 
p iht last rasolatioo. 



ay on UkaM of liio Stitii Oct. last, to ihc Miaistor of Com- 
Bffce, Coani N, Haumtant^ff, rrgardio); the lajiiv onaitem- 
^rtu gpoii the English properly in RHssia, ire or^red liqui- 
i^"'"'""* '" **• furmei here, at Ripi, ami at Arcb- 
fV', ladeT tb« coMmul uf tfa* Collei^ of Comnwrce. 

% the ra|»res«otatioa of the Mioisler, that the ii^aiiiation 

Ci^jWm appoiatcd in 1800, wftrr, hy their mode of conduct- 

l>tl|fiar>i of this uature perfectly adeqaa(c lo the olyect in 

m. We 4aw urder that ItquidatioB commiukions be at present 

tftmtti, in etery respect, strictly accordinr to the principles 

** ipiiit of 0K Ukise fiv^o the gSth of Nov, ISOO, upon a 

ttfon of lie CoilesB of Coinatfrce, io canseiwenro uf the eta- 

MT" Iwd th«t ypae oo the fipiftttj of the £ngUsh, with this 

Mjr alicratio*. that the fixed aumber of Rutdn) DicrchanU to 

^f chosen fur the Uquidation ceamisnioo of this plan, b* Dot 

»wr*i5e appoiotfd than with thc<onfirmaiio»af the MiniiKr, 

|M n the othtT tewas uith the CAnfirqatioo «rf the CbW Aii- 

ttonJles roaiipiouf thereto. 

The Mid Coiiuni<»4aos are to talc* oocwzaJM* of all tho goods 
W property of the Eiwlish which weie embanraed by oar 
VkMeof iho n*h (iltO Oct. 1807 | and this seanestratiot Is to 
he exteaded t« al) the^ rapilal mfloies aod hills, exceptiqc their 
*mn ptami i„ our Baaks, wllieh, by the laws, «w io no 
»*»tel«ached. The Coanrlllor of State, and Xemberof 
!T.r*y»* •' C«««i»rrce, Baikoff, tl t« preside la the Com- 

JS^^ Se— tulieMi of Navvmiler, laOT, unAtr flis Tin. 
|«J}" H^eoty * Sin Bfaaa«l. 


_ - e«»««/, Oee, 17, 180T. 

^J'f'J'!*" HdpoleoiH T>7 the groce of Ood aad the CMsti. 
■'2'' *"* '^ Westphalia, Frrncfa Prince, 4c, &c. to oar 
|Mit« ALltbf id a«^jects, and lohabttaats of oar Liiwdoai of 
«NpklB«. greifliBB ^- ^ 

"Wlhiliaiis UiviiiePiafidcncebjiipolBledtbiSKraiaordar 
w HMrtle your scatterrd proTiaces under one autput inithatioD, 
Jjrtter with aeifhboiirtq; fiMoUiei, thoitjh ttrai«ers to each 

J^ r*Sr*^ tbisffciiate, fttfutA by viHwy. fmiti4 by 
?£*^*w*«''*^«*"~^ •* **'•««, fc«ded«««taii 

Twlagg ii«fl yaiir emmtry saArrd tf^m the prelaoslaM of 
Jfcsapd the iatrigqa of Oohiarti ; yoo ware exMM«) to all 
■*niiitie» of wais,.WMlyiai vMVttlteded fronTll the bo- 
WheffCTe. Some 4f vmt tonm diily reaped *he barrr* 
y * *?f.'."tt tjigfr w i t u ireMiet, in which aathini 
,<^*«Ni<MM4 tat tlw «e«r%eiM ot the peonie wko lobabiied 

^ . ><(e«rMi« 

H«»aidcly dilTercnt are Ihe results of Ihc wan stirred ap 

t!?!"" ">« ""gnst hf-ad of my llome ! It is fnr niitions that Na. 

P°«"W« eopHocred ; .-uid each of the Trrnti. s lie has con- 

™«W, IS 4 step fnrther toward* the end proposptf bv bis 

"'Ptygenlas, of pivijij to eiiii»cnnlicins a poliiiral existence 

Pwraneou and )i»W5 dirtaicd by n is(h,m, tin- o-iablisjiment til 

^or lh<»i ofa conntry, and the detelirtiori luri-.iftcrof nniie 

nifclt deplorable nallily, ia which tlicv were .-.lualiv nuable 

"«wto stfor clear of war, and avail fbi-ni?. 1vc» of peace. 

n«itplB»l,an5 !_Such was the itsiic ofihe halilesof Marenpo, 

awtrlitz, ofJenn; such iioiv is for you tho result of the 

"Jgrahle Treaty of TiUit. On that day v..u i.bti.iried the 6r«t 

r|?*"»«»i a country— Far he now re.novcd >oar rcr - 

"™ratho»e scaltrred dominalioos, ti.e last result of the feochil 

liS^; * prepared a roaster for each ritv— these diRerent 

»» now to form but ouc—your maMer ii<i« \m the law— 

.^pnrtertor. the Monarch, who it Io cau.«e it to be Itspcrt- 

^ 1 •encelorlh jou shall hkve ao otlier. 

M'cslphaliaM, you bare got a Constiiotinn adapted to your 
maimers and to your Interesu : it Uthefraitof theinediiatioiMef 
a great man, and of the experience of a great oaiion : its princi- 
ple!! are in unison with the present state of the civilization of 
Kuroix-, and are big with projects of improvement, which will 
far overbalance the sacriAces whicbthis new order of thiiige may 
impose upon some of you, Yon most, therefore, attach your- 
selves to it .with cfto6dent«, siuc« upon it, rtst* your liberty aad 
yfter prtwprrity, 

(flatcendins the Throne, I contracted the oblifation of «iah> 
ineyotthapDv, and 1 will be faithftil to it. The equality of 
themodrs of reliKion shall be maintained, property assured and 
euar^tred. Thus shall there be estnblithed between neaml 
my people an allianee of wishes and interests, that shall never 
chan|p>. AVestpbalians, your Sovereiftn henceforward relies oo 
y«V (idelily and inviolable attarboKnt. 

Oiveo at our Hojal Palace of C a!«el, the 15th December, 
{Wli aad the Srstof our reigo, 

(Signed) JsKOMB y^roiBox, 

CEXCBAL oaosas or TH8 1st deci!hi!i;r. 
Ferocity is not ralonr, it is always the proof of barbarism 
and ip-OM-ally of rowardire, The greatest honour the X in; ran 
ilo one of hu sutu'ecti, is to place arms iu his Imnds i they are 
cnnsecrateri to the preserving of his Kipgduni, the upholding 
of Religion a1*l (He Law<, the deffence of his People, and the 
prole^lon of hh fticnds. While the Portuguese Government 
glT«« Bs their friewblM^ and receives us into titelr territories. It 
would he oBwarihy (be Spaaisb ckaiactei;, and watting in every 
law to make enemies of those weconir to protect. Mar has ii» 
rights and (awi, all WhieK are fhimed by the Chiefs of Govern- 
ments. We, wl|o ar* sql^Jerta, are not autliurihcd to infrinsp on 
them,_ eJicept by the voice of our Chicfs-r-ii would otherw isr be 
assa<sin«ti')n-^ad the punishnfht of the coward who would sn 
fv disgrace humanity, helongj io Universal juiti<A Kntrustetl 
with an important Kxpeditiim, we will g» and fulfil the w i»hes 
of our Sovereign, Proud of »ho coutkteiice with which he 
honours us, we will not disappoint htm. .Nor will we con>rnt 
that there remains amongst us any who would deprive us of that 
honour, an<l disgrace the good name of the whole army. No; I 
will not suiter it. Any insult by word or deed, or anv prttvO'* 
caliM to renew oH and disgtncefial prejudices, shall be'severely 
punished, not only bjr the due course of law, but- a* circam.> 
^taucel■ demand It, by hamediate (ofitction on the »pot — tiicb 
conduct being di>gracrrul. disobedient to our ^overc^n, and di«- 
honoaral>le to the S|>nuish nauxe. 

The Soldier shall be provided for. In the event of v^nting^ 
provitiein, all will know how I o lofler momentary privations, 
iarxchai%e for a goad name, and the honour of completing a 
great olycct. The Chiefs of Division of my army are knuwn 
to me. With all of you, Saldien, I nm persamlly acqiiatntrd 
— yon Save n6t come with mc f^om Andaluiiiai to disobey the 
King and dishonour the Nation,' 

Uei«l()uartenat Badaioi, SOth Nev, 1607. 

(Signed) Jf^snoirj* jUL Soccaaao. 


lKn«VTiI>Tlnr LiSBOM, 

My amy is alyiut ealeriug your walls « it wa' coming for Ihe 
purpose of retcuing your ports and your Prince from the in- 
ttueiice of England, 

But this Prince, so resttectable by his virtue,^ hat allowed 
hiwtelf to be hurried away by the counsels of some wicked men 
who surroiuided him, aud he is gone Uf tiing hiioself into the 
armaof hiseoemies, lle.has been mii^le to feci apprehensive 
for his personal safety, his wturcis have been counted for no- 
thing, and his interest* sacrificed to the baK cowardice of some 

Inhabitants of Lisbon, venain quiet within your houses ; frar 
neither me nor my army f we arc formidable only to the eaemy 
aud to the wirkcd. The great Napoleon, my ina«er, sends me 

to protect >oa. 




Ot«saow MeCtijic. — In consequence of an intimation by- 
the t.ord ProvoM, a i.umeroii> nie<-i. ,• • i <■ < i...d 

■uuhifacturer* of Gla»{tow, assxmbled nn the 7;ii in i. in decide 
ixi an addre>» to his Mi^rsty, expressing their iieal Io snv 1 oil 
lie mea-arrt of gwvermucut at iiii> iii.,iiMtu,ii m.-is. • i ue fol- 
ic wliig r(«alu(iou w V mm cd ami aawuiaou.'<l y cau ifd j r 





.f AN. ITi 

" llesulved — Thnt it will be proper in tbis meeting, at this 
importaiit and momentoui rri«i>, uheu tlie iiabounded ivmbition 
of ourriirm; rails forth all.tbe eiiergie; of hit goverument aiirl 
of his people, to addre!>B his Majesty) aod lotaisure him uf nui 
flrm dk>u- inimtiou to support, at all times, and hy every means 
in our |iowcr, bii just riebii, and the intere»ls of tbv Brili-h 
Kopire. And tn Slate tu him, at the same time, that, atthou^li 
we must be supposed .to feel the elTerli of bit adversary's exer- 
tions ngninsi the commerce ami ruaiiiifartuies uf the cuuutrv, yet 
we have no iuterests but what are idenlificil with the dij^iiity nt 
his cr»un, and the . independence of thetc Jiingdoms; and fui- 
tber, that we are fully satisfied it is only by persevering in 
pro'npt, wise, and vigiirous measures, dial we are to hope for 
the .ittaiainent'of our wishes, a safe, honourable, and lasting 

An address, drawn up, agreeably to the tenor of tM» resolu- 
tion, was ag^reed In wiih ei|Uitl ulutnimity, and transmitted 10 
the Secretary for the (lame Department, to be prei^utcd to bis 

This nddrcfs, though so general in its trrmi, tbat all the na- 
tion might salitcribe it, has given great joy to our mipistorial 
papers, who have eagerly coolra^ted it with the meetings of the' 
Yiirkshire »veavers, heUI for the purpose of petitioning for 
peace. On the other hand, it has been greatly ridiculed by the 
opposilSin papers, who tell some curious stories iihoUt the man- 
ner ill which it was procured, and the circumstances wbicb pre- 
vented iis terms from being made more d.'cislvely painted in 
favour of the present ministers. These latterslatejnents, how- 
ever, ie>t merely on anonymous letten, and'thercforc deserve no 
CJ:<dil. ' , 


DoBLtn, Jam. 0.— The Protestant Noblemen, Gentlemen, 
•nd Freeholders of the County of Tipperary, have signed and 
published a Kesolutioo, of wb'ich the following it m ex- 

" Actuated at all timet by cordial good-will towards ^nr Cn-. 
(holic Countr>men, and impressed by the wisdom and necessity 
of uniting «H clasH:s in the common drfeoce at tbit crisis, we do 
publicl. and unequivocally declare that we feel no repngniinco 
whatsoever to the ineasure of impuriing to the Calholics of these 
realms an equal anJ full rnjoNuient nf ull the civil nnd miliLiry 
privileges, franrhisn, aod advantages of oar happy Constitu- 
tion, upon equifl ternn with their tellow-tnluecls, «f what re- 
ligious persuasion soever, and lb.Ht we see no ntH-etii^v or g>)od 
ca-.ise for proliiii;;iiig the restniiuis nnd disabilities which the 
Catholics tufler uuder the existing JViial Laws." 

The above Ueiiaratlon is signed by — 

The Marquis of Ueadforil, Earl* Dorchester, Ormond, 
Mounlcaslu-ll, LandafT, aod Donoughmore: Lord Lismiire, 
]M'>"t4*ue Mathew, M.P. Abraham II. Ilulcbinson, George 
)*uqtooby, M. P, Sir Ttiomas Ushome, Bart. &c. tie, 


NoRWicii, J»s. IS.— At the Norfolk Agricultnral Meeting 
beld ill this city on Friday last. In addition to the ntoal pre- 
miu : •, one of 801. was olTered lolhefarraet who should, by feed- 
ing SO carl hones in the rhen)>ett manner, ascerlalii the siiialleil 
Siiantity of fond necersary lo mnintaiii them in good wurkini; ur- 
er, and premiumt of smaller value were likewise voted in pro- 
portion to the number of horses fin which the expel-inient wa; 
niadc. A AFib part of th« money in addition was al?o voted to 
the servnqit ^ttijidiug them, as an eneouragement t« aid in the 
(rill. Premiums were also offered to tb« (ontiiteratian of the 
tSvcjety, to be given tu cottagers tilling any garden, or oi her 
gr >')q»i WHO thoald render it the most proBlable, And thus be 
eiiiioled to maintain their families at let* eipMcri and be les« 
liii "lie to warn relief of llieir pari«h. • , 

A rfinarkqhly Att ewe, of the' Yorkibire breed, wttf killed at 

Keswicit, tail week •. Her four quartern weighed ouly six stone. 

; u tne fit, wh:-n tukenout, w«i{b«dSi>tone, I41b. ti the stone. 

Iq the VIC a<iy of u grnlleroanS hooie, near St. Heten't^'a mall 

' . of pariri.iges cuine daily to the door to be fed. TJ;ey f<;ed 

g aep->ultry,Xnd are so' tame and fiuailiar, that they will 

. u c.enrVom thebandtof Itrnngers, ' 

v'k. Lord Kensington eniert^ined a gay and naraemot 

...... f<«'hiuimb;asai bit delightful residence of Westiftead, 

.:i^e, uere Ihe proverfoi»l huhpilalily of his bimily 

■. opily exempliMd. Hh Lorclthip is a great patron 

-. ... osl'>.:.t, and alUetic exerrisigs, and among the 

. ;, ' . reiij-thand ofility, cxbibllcd by bit tporlive 
^..-riuriiied b/ lir. Philips dcKtvct (u b^ rcj 


corded t^ — Mr. P. 'carrying Lord Kensington, who weighs IT 
~toae, pui 50 yards against Mr W. U. Scombeld, who wattp 
have ran ao lOU yards for a considerable wager, which Mr. P. 
won with case, to the astonishment of tlie spectatart. Mtr P. 
■s about 5 feet 6 inches high nnd remarkably slender. 

Cdrb por a RESTivEiioRȣ, as prescribed by a wrtteron 
military tactics in iho time of Cbarles I. recommended lo iuev 
perienced riders. — " Moreover if your hoi-tc be wrrsly, ioa!> \)f 
cannot be pnl forwards ; then let one take a rat tyed by the laUe 
to a long pule, and when lie goes backwards lliru.>t the cal be- 
tween his legs, n^ere she may claw him, and fufgetnotcotbreauo 
your horse with a terrible noyse : or ollierwise take a liedge- 
lioj;, and lye him sireiglil hy one of bis feele lo the inside of llie 
horse's ta.\le,so that he may squeakeaud prieke liim." ' 

III the church-yard ai Dunsluhle, BedfiH-dshire, it an epitaph 
nn a woman who had 19 children at live births,' in the follnwii^ 
manner : — at the three ti^t births, three each time ; anil at tlie 
two next, fiveench birth. 

Some days ago a.sbncking alfairnccnrred at the Old Anti Mill, 
near Hull : — A boy about 18 years of age, deof and dumb, sod to 
Mr. Bailey, the inHler, bad by somre a>cident tdirered his band 
lo get entangled between the cogs, in consequence of which, bis 
arm was drawn in among the n orks. In this dreadful situtlion 
he is supposed to have remained near half an boor, when, owiug 
10 the friction occa>ioiwd by this accident, and the lightness of 
the winds, the mill stoppod. On the miller running up to the 
height of eight t(ori«« to ntrerlain the cause, the poor boy 
found ill a shocking condition, and was exrrirjiteil at toon a« pos- 
sible, having two or three ribs, his collar bone, and both the 
bones of one arm fVaetured, and the arm dreadfully lacerated in 
several places. — Surgical assistance was immediately procured,' 
and the arm amputated below the Hbnw . ' 


CnowK-'Ori'icj:, Jiv. 18, 1808. 
Member returned to serve in the present Pkrliaracntr— B«- 
rnngh of JSeaumaurice-r-Sir l^dward Pryce .Uoyi, of Pent- 
ween, iu the County' of Flipt, Dart, in toe room, of the iU|ill 
Hon. TIfLOiaaa.Lord Newboinugh, ^eoeated. 


Samnel Imeat PHyne, Cbaiige-alle)', hatt«r, to tumnitf 
Jan. 16, £i, and Feb. tS, at ten, at (^il4batl. Attorney, M(. 
(jodmood. New Bridge-ftnret, Hiackfriars. 

James. 'ItenH, Btaekmfcn-street, SotthwKrk, Htien.4t*per, 
Jan. 19, at ten; 8<t, nnd Feb. iMvMionr, dt nuildhall. Al- i 
lofnev, Mr. Sweet, King't-ltench-Halk, 'Temnlc.' 

DaVidMoM, Kaieliff-lligbway, linen-antpV^, Jan. S3, Feb. 
8, and 3, at (iuildhall. Altoruiet, Messrs, licit aod Urodricl, 
Bow-lane, Cbenpitde. 

Thomas and George Ginkill, Lancaster, Itnen-drapen, Feb. 
4,atflvei 5,'and83j at elevn', at the King's Armt, Lancaster. 
Attorney, Mr. Baldwin, Lancaster. 

John°l.awrenee, Slaingroaiid, IliMtlngdonshire, tanner, Jan. 
21 , at eleven, 88, at one, and Feb. 88, at ten, at (iuildhall. At- 
tdniev, Mr. Hnrd.'Klati'ti-BcDcb-wMk, Temple; 

Tbonat Fither, Ramigate, groorr, Jaa. Id, 80, and Feb. !S, 
nt twelve, at Guildhall. Attotnies, MessH. Ueubow and J{opr> 
Stone-buildiugt, Liaciila't Ian, 

John Palon,.Bow Cburch'<'yar4, wnrebimtemao, Jan. 19, 9^, 
and l''eb.8.S, at ten, at GniMiiall. Atiomiiy, Mr. M'arraiiil, 
Catile-conrt, Bodge-row. 

Peter Btstter, Suatluiniptoif-lrailliop, Ohnnrery-lane, mari- 
ner, Jan, 88, 80, tank Feb, 88, vt e)««ea°, at Guildhall. Attor- 
nies, Messrs. Palmer, Tonlinaon, and Tbomsonj Co^lhall-cuurl, 
Tbroginortoo«trett4 • - •• ■ 


Feb, 8. .lohn Marten Sawder, Joseph .FlelcliefTruemaii, 
and Jose'nfa Powell, 'of Caniiou-street, merchants,' at eleven, at 
Guildhall. . . 

Feb. 8. Robert Janesqn and Samut^l M'Quoid, Sherborae* 
lane, merehunls, atone, at Guildhall, , , . 

Feb. 80, Robert Aodenoj), lii^ldfor^-street, merchant, ft 
eleven, at Unildhall. 

Feb. S. Richard Gore, Liveruool, Iine»Hlraper^ at one, ft 
the Royal Hotel, Liverpopl. 

Feb. 8. James Robertson, and Jamet IIqtchioson> FlM>* 
street, uilmcn, at eleven, at Ctuildhall. 

Feb. 3. Robert Fqiiter, 'Wisbcach, Cambridgetbire, ihop« 
keeper, at twelve, at Guildhnll. 

Feb. 8. Edmund Townsend, Mttiden-laoe, wiac ni ^Hi^Z 
ntercbant, at One, at biuiUbsU, ' 

Digitized by 



K4 tp. Tkco|>bil«i Merar, and Mu^cs La Porte Merar, 
(acnHlRrl, irarrtwixraim, at onr, at <<iiildhall. 

M,i. .UHnaad John W'ri|:ley, Saddlewortb, lacfcKuHt, at 
tn,iaAtiitii Detpb, Saddlrwnrih. 

Fck.!. Rirkard Rile;, Mansfield, makler,, at cIi^TeD,. at the 
S«an Igg, Xamfirld. 

FA.}. William Blhikb^ni and John Musgnvr^ Foster-lane, 
■ritbiiti,atiiielTe, at (fuildhall. ' ' 

Feb. 3. Alexander Heody, 'Phpmbniigb-iiTeet, Bcdford- 
l|Bir, painter, at twrfve, at (luildhnli. 

Frt). 3. Tboiaas fiolland, New Soutb' End, builder, at twelve, 

f«b. 6, Jiaet Taylor, Lamb's CondaitMtrect, apotbecary, 

V, Wbdn' and J. Wbeelcr, Livfr;)Ool, merchant!. 
J. I)ri{i!<. Ilighrr-laoe, Lauca&hirr, uaokeen-inanafactarer. 
W. lUrliifaad T. Rmk, Stockport, ci>tton-i)iai)u{actaren, 
C i. £irUie, Sberboume-laoe, nicrrhunt. 




[Tie Uaette mMMlns tbe «|tpotntiMiit of Sir Ooori^ Prnost 
Itkfmtfaor maA CtNonaadrr of Mora Scotia. It ako an- 
ouoitke captare of tbiee French privateen: otte of twelve, 
Mt sf foortrcu, and one of sixteen i^ont.] ° 

GtWKe Wake. Morpeth, brewer, from Jiui. 19 to Feb. S, nr 
cvslUiiMball, i'Oodon. 

Sfcftice Da Coatn, Sherbome-lane, inercbaut, 
WHliaaHiggt, BrNtot, warehoii^eroaii. 
fissip Barri«;i«r tbe 'yoiiDcrr, BrUlon Caaseway, Surrey, 
•«>em«S toturicDdcr Jan. 19, Feb, $, at twelve, and ST, at 
elR(i,a( Gniidballj Lnodoo. Attorney, JUr, Cross, King-street, 

WMvaHixfk, Bristol, eoal-mertbanf, Jan. 89, Sp, and Feb. 
n,ti4rftt, ottbA^Busb Taveru, Url^tul. AttoraitNi, jflr. M io- 
*MrH|rris, jpn. Jfristol ; and Mr. Vizard, Cray's-iiin, London, 
Jstai'Morjao, Cnfield Il^bway, farmer, ,)an. 86, 30, and 
W>a at ladff »;M tinlMhiill, iiwafan, ^ltn«ipy,M» inmm 
nsltitaitfrld^oart. Temple. 
f. Aa(s, Sw/Mhl^pr* lloiher)iit^, dealer, Jan. S3, 80, and 
rr|. tl, «i lea, at (luildhall. Attorney, Mr. J. Brown, ISlack- 

J-iL ntitqft, M»acMer> n>l>r« printfr, Feb. 8, 3, asd 87, 
*>%>^ $t 8pi«a4 Eacl^ >■»> Mancbotcr, Attomics, Mr, 
<•«*, Baii*|rr(e-Ureet ; or .Mr. W. H. Cheek, >tancb«ter. 
'•ll*d, Biacknwi-iitrret, Snrrey, Ihien-dniper, Jan. 19,86, 
"Ufc 87, at ten, at CuildhaU. Attorwy, Str. », W. Swwet, 
«M««cbWal}Ls,Teu,pie, i 

-**»i«, Bur>-«treetj, St. Mnry Axe, in?rchji|J^, Jpn. W, 
'25iad 8t, at Hetren, at UttiUlhair. Atturpjes. Meant, 
^■■% TomluMoiis, aod Tboa^tsan, Coptbal-eewt, Thiogmor- 

n»aw 6»wria. i4tlje ^rir,»urcl, .Sl(pc-)onc, pjaisteier, 
'■•It.aO.afad Feb. 87, atten, at GuiMhall, .\ttornijy, Mr> 
■".Cistl^street. Holbijfu 

''•scfk Fippet< Che«r«toke, Soaieiset, eolaunnan, Jan. 19, 
'<*:t>tad87,at tea, attho George Ina, SbeptontAfaUtet. At- 
J*"o.Mr. Klnjt, Tooi's^rourt, Cbabrery-bine, l>oiidon| and 
'nn, Hyail and Ma-'krll, Sbeptuii.Mall<H, Somerset, 

T. Bfsitrr, l4rerpool,stHliuaor, Jaa. 83. HO, and Feb, 87,.at 
'■die, at Oaildbqll. AttaraiM,-«|esm. WadeMie, Bwtow, bad 
wiWiar, A««io Friar*. ,| 

& H a nwisn , Chtspstde, ribiotMaaBBfecta«rr, Jwi. 93, 30, 
*" f<b.«l.«(twetve. at GuUdknll. Atlotaies, Mesws. Bax- 
^■id Nai«B,F«s«l«at'*>iaB i or Mr, Ptanon, Coreatry. 

). BardeU, Nwrglt strart, warebotmrnMn, Jan. 8S, 90, and 
)«• n, al.lM, at CssBdhaU. Altdreles, Messrs, liwaiii, Stevens, 

J[*-*. B s l oai an For, Waidour-strpet, Sohy, cabinet- 
■^ at MM, at Gaililhall, Undoii. 

'1^*. WMiMa HoKbca, Qaeen-strtet, Sfxtthwark, porter- 
*«Mti)M4M,uU«(UhaU, U>ndoo. i . 

..yM- Kabm Nsnrlor, Cbissrell, Eiser, nerdiant, at 
"*%«* flW iba M , Loodoa. 

J.*?- >■ !■—>■■ blallallett, Manchester, cnttoA-twist 
^jMl^tartM dt* Palate lip, »i«i*et'«trwt<l4ine, Man- 

Feb. 9. James Prcnly, CliipiiiiiK .Norton, Uiforrtibirr, cur- 
rier, at eleven, at thr White Hart Inn, Broadway, Worcester. 

Feb. 9. Thamns Mprdne, Newraclle-upon-Tyne, Jinen-rtrapet-, 
at twelve, at the Turk's Jlead, Newcn»tli"-upon-TynlP. 

March 4^ John Tovvnley, Boston, Lincolushire, bookseller^ 
at eleven, at the Peacock Inn, Boston. 

Feb. 9. George Mortis, Dorking, Surrey, upbolstcrer, at ten, 
at Guildhall, London. 

Jan. 86. Kdmund Kodd, London-street, London, merchant, at 
U'n, at Gnildhall, 

Feb. SO. Ilosch, Emanuel Belnti, Budge-row, London, 
George Losh, John Dietrlcfe I.ubbren,anrt William Losh, New- 
costle-apoB-Tyne, factors, at one, at Guildh.ill, Londuu. 

Feb, ':0. Al'exandcv Anderson and David IlahertM>n, Colc- 
man-strect, London, im-rcliantt, at one, at Guildhall, 

Feb. irt. AlcxHDdcr Anderson and D.nid Ilubcrtsoo, Colc- 
nan-ltreet, merchant, at one, at Guildhall. 

Feb. 80. Richard More, llalnsnorth, county of Suffolk, 
linen-draper, at eleven, at Guildhall. 

Feb, 16. Janicii Rcdnatb, Dtp-t'ord-bridze, upholder, at ten, 
at Galldball, 

March 15. John Fenncr,'renee-lane, wholesale lineD- 
draprr, at twelve, atUuildball. 

Feb. S3. Alexander Anderson, city of Loodoo, insurance* 
broker, at eleven, at Guildh.ill, 

Feb. 16. James Stoke, Worcester, bop-merchant, at ten, bt 
th^ Hop-market Inn, city of Worcester. 

Feb. 9. Thomas Tavlor, Birmingham, gua-barrcl-maker, at 
twelve, at the Swan Tavern, Binuin^ham, 

Feb. 10. William Porter, Crent DriHield, York, grocer, 

Feb. v7. W illijim Wynn Atkins, .'Vlcester, Warwick, grocer, 
atten,atGuildhalL ^ 

John Laxon Brnton, Princes-street, Rotbrrbithe, mariner, 
Thomas Hulme Hobiinson and George Newman Hardey, Livor- 

pool, provision-brokers.. 
.Uarmaduke Westwoud, lata of Crooked-lane, Fi>b4trect-hill, 

James Fletrber Hughes, Wigroore-streol, bookseller, 
Abraham Sounders, Duke-street, St, George's i'lelds, borse> 




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The moit" important article of tbi!i ircpk it a Cominon'S 
tarj, in the iU«nftn<r, upon the .iimrer of our Miuistt^ra 
t9 the Ku«<ian D^Iiralioo, )t i» iutoiukd a» a rompleto 
(lefeace of th^ Russian Goveninwnl, and i>, in tome in- 
(tanctVAt least, v^ry ia<<;«aioiit antl' plaiuibio, Wiib the 
tnual prolixity «>f Freachmea, it in ektendod to an iot«>- 
leraiHe leofrth % ami wc shall, therefore,' endeavour to pdr^ 
sent Qur readers with such a satisfactory abridgemiiiit of 
i(, M uia.y gra^fy their curiosity, without iatig uing their 

The first oircnmstant;* aUqdod to, is tbe affirmation of 
our Ministers that they had information of (be secret eti- 
gagements at Tilsit, irhidi justified their attack upon 
Copenbpfea. To Uis the iUnitmur tpf&v, by deciaro 

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lug, from aiUhoritg, that tu fvtl cngfgemtnt wm ever 

formed at Tibiti w^ich ia anj wa^ concenicd ^g- 

'lajid, " Why, it v mdded, " doe* not tbe Cabinet. of 

'liOndofl Bake knowo tk«s« Kcret eugagemcnU' wiiich are 

contrary tu tbe interests of England, if it be acquainted 

with tbem ^ Hi Maoifcisto in that case would be unoacet- 

.laty, and tbe mere communicalioii of tliete Secret Ar- 

ticlei would justify its conduct in tlie eyes' of £urop«,'and 

' redouble tbe zeal and energy of every Bnglisti citizeiii" — 

As the roetJtiiie of Parliament is so near, we have no 

■ doubt tbat sucn maiignaot insinuatious will be efTectually 

•ilenced, by tbe ac|ual production of tbeic docuroenb in 

the con^tilutiona) channel, It is ungenerous, and even 

, crimiital, to allege that our Ministers are so destitute of | 

common sense, as to have com^ifomiicd tbeic' own honour 

' and that of tb^ nation, by asserting, and acting ujxm tbe 

Miertiou, that th«y had proof pf a conspiracy against 

Britain, while no such proofs were really in existence. 

We trust that we shall soon be presented with tbe ineans 

of rptai>!tting tbeae insults upon the Utniteut, 

But the Manifesto goes on to assert, that our Minister* 

° not only had no proofs of any secret hostile engagements 

at .Tilsit, but that they did not themselves believe such 

' engngements existed. The following is thf tcxv cucious 

reasduiag employed »n this occasion t-^ 

" If, la fact, the Cablnrt of London did brKeve in lh« 

. f zisteoce of tuch engafemeots between Franre and Ruwia, wh; 
did i( not, at tbe rery intent that It made that ditroirery 
which induced it^att&cJi. Cnpenbaten, assail tluf Rostian <qan> 
dron in (lie Medi^raoeaa, instead »f permiltiag it to dear the 
Straits orGibrafMr? Why did diree RUsrtan veadi, wbicb 

. weve coiaing tiyA the North Sva, pass tbrMiitb the KaflUi; 
squadrop which was blockadlnj; Copenhagen ? Why, ifiihcrrt 
stipttlatiDig>"1iad been made at VitsU to tbe disadvaatafe of 
Bngiand, 4M ttp^Cahioet of London have recourse to the me- 
diatiqo qf RltMia, in order la- conciliate its difiFTences with Oen* 

' inai4() Let thrw Mioitten Im at least coqiisSent with them- 
selves, and let them apt asa^l, a few foffea lawer,'theee very 
Words-^'' tint until the Bmaiau Deolaration kms pubiUhed (thai 
i^, until November,) ku Majtttj/ ht^d M remton to $u*fnfl (hat 
tai) ofiniont whieh tht Emperor of Rusita might entertain of 
tko tratiufrihiu at Cop*nh«geii, oould be racA oj t» jtrpcluit hit 
imperial M^ettg/rvm un4tr$tMng, mt (it rtjmaM of &r$mt Bri- 

. tain, thai lame offit* •/ MtditU»r." Thus the £a^isb baire ve- 
coane to the mediation of Ruuia, ia order to cone to aoar*; 
rangemeiit with Denmark, more than three months .after the 

' Treaty of TilsM't tfut they pretend, at we sbaH see stiil~Air- 
ther down, that they amiertuuit the c»pe(li*ioo against Deo,, 
mark, only Iq < oppose the efecuiion of tht «rrattgemepi(} at 

• TUitt, and t* Ittftal one of the nijocti s/ IAm* amtnjr entente.'' 
Tliev seized Uani^h vessels, oa accoant uf arninnmenu which 
the E«|>eror of Russia had laadc at Tilsit s ibay permitted 
the vsssels uf tki4 Emperor af Hatsta to pass Acely ; they were 
at peace with Russia, for tbay had recourse to her mediatioo i 
it i« henee not true thai they itow hcliev* in the exiitrnee of 
these arranKcments. Howistliis anbappy nation falkiV? by 
wiiat miLtrahle cuniicils aic her afhiirs directed ! Her Ministers, 
in irHnInf a Manifinto «f a few pnges, feaive «ot c»o4 stosi; ant 
reliecttaa enovf h to avoid cootradfctioa* UMiscrasf \" 

Tbe lamealaliona ef onr MiniHers over tbe degraded 
atate inta which Ai.cxAaocm has brotigkt Itimaelf, and tbe 
hopes they express that be would seonerhsve returned to 
a coBdvotaore cooalatent with hiadtgnity,ara attempted to 
^ turned into ridicule, We are toM, tbat to have brokea 
a trea^ as soon as it was made, woultl have beea k singtihr 
w*y to retrieve his bonoeri a^ perfectly limHar t« the 
conduct ot Britain himself, who makes treaties m ew ^ y for 
the occasion, and maintains tbefli only a* l«B^ aa soita her 

Whee our Ministen state the moderate manner in-whkh 
tt«y applied t^Ute Ihrrt^pm of Rtrssn, for th^commui 
Bkatiou of (be aacrct ^t^dea of the tn^tj of Tiiiiti the 

iUanitcsir assures iu,tbat the EMraaoa of BussiV. flatly de« 
nied any inch articles ei^isted wliicb at all concerned ns, 
and that we still seemed resolved not to beaatiafted trnks* 
he would actnally forge such articles for uj. To thi* 'ta 
may answer, that wf have a# yet no authority, but that of 
the ftoniicur, that the Expebob of RiuNta actually haa 
denied the existence of su<sh articles, 

.The nuAPer in which th» MoitUeur eva4es tbe unanswefi 
able itatemcnU qf our Ministers, that the canse of the 
Kiws Of PaOssiA Was not more that of BiHain than of 
Russia, is a singulaf display pf unblushing sophistry ^ Tire 
war in Which Austria was overthrown, and that ia which 
FrtNWa was eooqnered, ara confounded together : a d'isci«t 
sioa is then entered into with a view to prote oar ole*» 
conneetipq with Austria, and the very particular cJaiiis 
she bad on our atsiistance ; and hence it is concluded thit 
we were under much greater obligations than Russia t<i 
supiiortAMtria) l{o~4« auffiort t^cMMta | Bnt the meat 
smgnlar part of this "very whiroaicai piece of aifumeatatien 
is the copclution. The writer of the article, flnAhig that 
he had fairly involved bimsdf in a labyrinth of confnsioo, 
bfcuu to rail at the English Oovernmeot for the very -folly 
into which he baa himself fallen, "This confbmidiag of 
the most recent events," says he, " this ignorance of the 
occurrences of our own times, is worthy of the present 
Ministers of England lit" 

A long d'isserUtion follows, in which the JtfoMiteKr, after 
maintab'mg the charge that we deserted our alfies, very 
ingeniously details the operations for their support, which 
we ought to have undertaken. This siHy tirade, deservis 
neither repetition nor remark, In the second artltle of 
this paper, oar readei^ wiD find a diort rtatemcntof pnr 
santinents on this question. 

In iUMwer to the assertion of our Ministers, that oaly 
one Russian sbip has been oondemnod in our Courts, the 
MoniUwr recounts the oppression of Our cruisers id Mopf, 
ping and $emrckittg Russian vessels \ and aaserts, on what 
anthority It does not think 111 to tell, thattweKe more of 
tbe detained ships hUve been ctuidemned lince our declara* 
ttoii of war w'at published. 

The ^tement of our Ministers, that they had not in* 
mediately accepted the mediation of Russia, because she 
was «o httimately connected with our eaeeaiet, aud wouM 
not communicate the secret articles of the treaty of Tilsit, 
is lioticfed in the fbttowing singular passage, of which ever j 
oiit! can judged 

" flnphiatry and bypocriay add to the seatiment of diigast whlrl^ 
is felt at reaidiaKsacu absiimities. However barHftle the prin- 
ripie of perpotoa) war nay Itc, H would be less shanrfnl to 
avow it : thin it a urttfgnattuitin boldiyprotlmiming erinw. 
Eagland says, that she Ms not refused the nK^lation oferrd by 
lite £siiyerar of Russia i and yet the very day tbat her Hnte ap- 
peared IB answer to that offer, her troops entemi Oo'peahai^. 
4eclariai;k ia this m aii n a r , war. not only agaiast Rassia, bal 
acainatAnstriaaadthe whole of the ConllacsM. iter answer t<i 
the pabiuet ef St. Pttersborgh was nad- by the l%bt of she can- 
tofialinii «f Copenhasn. And what was tbai answer 1 Thai 
BoitfBi4»sb<d <• fcaisw. the basis of tbe aKRatiattan, Hm 
wretpheda shift, when the qoestioo iovohiad aiieb tep««iaat ia 
tereiu! Lord' Yanaoatb and USfA Lauderdale kaew tboti 
bai(S4 Ift itl)eakktdoftb««, wJiclbfr Ibey belieyed Fmao 
wished far peace. The most desbaWe basis, was disdllN in **>' 
Msttsk «f Rasfia, ^iate sb<i oSered her mrdiMiaa fbr ^M <• 
he'nakrabU peace. £ai;tead demaaded a gtia ranter, ani the Em 
,p«f»t af Rassia ofertd his. Was (here eo'cartKaeaaimats 
more powerful aud more august l As .(a tbe camossMiicatiaa s 
the Beetet ^rddas rMterrqlaf'Taq, what rsRht bad yoa to tfi 
for Ihrai, siiife naa«<«C>l exisMl } IRhat WM yoar («al <aMI 
lion > To refuse tbe mediation. Ton have refused it f Md 4 
hand whieh signed the reftisal was then reeUng with the Una 
of Ike Macs, the dcamt ai^^sidest of the Allies •( RnvU." 





ne Mtaitemr Mierts, that the Knre of PnutaiA, instoad 
pf beii^ abaodoned b; the Emperor Alexatcoer, own en- 
tirdj to the medialioo of that Monarch the poweMion of 
Ui C^«9, tmA of that ihare of territory which ha* been 
mtond tp him. The aftrmatioMt made by our Miaiiten, 
jrfoartaio barbaritie* committed in the FrosMAn tenitorie* 
fc} the Freoch, are flatlj deaiedt kod a chaltenge gtven to 
the aecufers to prodace their evidence. A contraxt i* 
drawn between the conduct of the French and the EngGih 
tomdi the pl»ce« which tboj con<|uer ; and the former 
Meftaad to be unifoml; the protoctun of the vanquiihed, 
wii. the latter aainrariabiy a band of qnprincipied pirates ! 
Tbe fpUowii^ very carioiu piece of mingled reproach, 
ksMtiog aad sflSscted moderation if then Introduced i — 

" Bd( ii' it were tiiie that the French hsve ezafted a little 
fmi their eaemles, why ahoald they not in fact ? Tbev havr 
WjOOOtrOApi, and they ate ready to qiake every lacHUce to 
Inhle their force, if H kfaoald be neecMary j not that war is 
llrir natural trade, and that ttey do not lemibly feel the tacri- 
kn which they iMl(a la wtthdrawlii(; «o many haadi from the 
<iltl«ll«a ai their Mftrtile toil, la potMsiian of a ine coua- 
Uy, (hey wirii to addict t bf i a lvet to tbcooaqaetti of comaicrce 
aadiadntryi bat yoarfyfaiay will n«t mfer tbap. Yaa have 
tamel a giaat, whoa, having roased, yoa (oatfauie to irritate io- 
mnntly. Oaring ifteen yfan, your ii^iutice has only leaded 
l<add te hi* cDergy "nd power, which your perieverauce in 
)«ar tyranny wilt Mill increase. He tot only will not lay down 
kitanu, but b« will aaparot hii foKe aatil he has conquered 
the likrrty of the seas, which is bis first sight, and the patri- 

.aMayofaB aatioih. if the affliotiog eoosequeiKes of war ore 
•Mttacted, if the French troops eontlaoe a hqithca to the terri* 
torici which tbey-occupy, you are the eaase. All tiie calami- 

' lia wUeb ap p rws. Carope, proceed troa yoa alose. These 
(real qantloos aie not to be resolved by diplooutic emuwun- 
ptesm Wbeo yaa are diapoMd te make peace, Ftaiwe will be 
readv to nab* it. Of this yoacamol be tgooraat ) you well 
h^ it. Aa aaecdole geaerally knawa nwy hie quoted in sup- 
M* of tUi aaaertloa: When the fnperial Guard mH out for 
Jna, and it was kaown that the Emperor ww to joia the amy 
* tew days after, Lonlljaaderdale aslwd M, Cbanpai^y, whe- 
ther. If Eaglaiid aade praeet the Boiperor Napoleon would 

-owMt to MJof liad eaaatetaiaod the oarch of his troops azainst 
Prwsia. The Eaiperor rtrplied io the affaaiative. With one 

' w*N yau cwUd bare saved Fnissla. By pieveoting the foil of 
Ihb power, you weald have aaiotaiaed on tbe iilbe that barrier 
WMMMary to yoar dearest iirterctts, the re-eMaUisbneat of 
•Uth ia fataie li iMpessible." 

4IHS' Miooaedinf part of the Manifeato relates to the 
Air of Copenhagen : bat although much is said, nothing 
, lew is prodbced. It ii raerdy a repetition of what has al- 
lesdy been advanced in the UmiUemr, But our Readers 
«iH be iaterealed to Jean the terms wbieJi Fnaee and 
Rimia propose to demaqd for Denmaifc : 

. " France, Austria, aad 9wnla require that tha Danish fleet 
AsaU be' restored « that 'rrparation should be made to the 
Kfimf Royal « that (be English people, fqllawinK the pxaoipl* 
w the Ro^aas npoo a similar occasion, should »urirender into 
the kaads of tbe Prince Royal the person who advised the ex- 
~ alnst Copenhageo ; that (be houses destroyed in4hat 
lie rebuilt at the expence of England, aiid Biiolly that 
^^-_^~-_lic Ml^ty should disavnsr the outrage offered to all 
WviAbk; This U fitf distant ftron.tbe proposals made by 

la regard to the declaration of opr Mmitten t^at we are 
tlv^ teiMiy l« tatkjti peaoo wilk Fraaee 'on reakeoable 
tmH; tfiat lite broke off our hitnegtitiattoB only for Rus- 
<(• iakrciti, bqt will iiever consent to be dictated io by 
M|fM«r, Ibo AfMsAew- declares the latter aentiment to 
teiHakkq^te Rmm* itttfimstbat if the interesto of 
kimite nguiitA, peace may immediately be concluded i 
Mk fMv(lf])at ^rsB^ ha* nevM tiirowu any obstacle* 
yib way «r peace. 

'1|tt flit tfiit, im^rtaiit trtide is tlw whole Manifesto ii 

the last paragraph. It neietes to that declaration which 
tmr Ministeri made, io deibnce of RAmiI^ adherence t» 
tbe principles of the ar^ed neatrah'iy, that we Aoutdre* 
Rolutely mahitain our principles of maritime law, and never 
allow Mem to be brought into quMtion. It is as fdh 

" It is because you do not wi>h fur peace that yon raise use- 
less qiiesli«ns. Francei Austria, Suaio, Holland, Naples, say, 
as well a» the Emperor of Russia, Uiat they proiicUm anemthe 
primclpltt of the Armai ffautraiUg, Thow Powers have doofet* 
leai-the right to declare the principles which are to be the rale 
of their policy ; they have tbe ri^ht to say on what conditions 
it becooies them to lie yoqr enemies, or neutral. Fou, t/ott 
procIMm smcsD the prhurlphs afj/our Uaritime Lttos. Well then ! 
Ibis appositian of priaclples will not be an Impediment to (be 
re-ettablitbment of I'eacc. They have oa aeitber side ai^ 
ettect duri^i pence 1 they have no application except when yoa 
are at war with a Maritime Power { but in that case, each Gon 
venuneot has'ihe right and power to consider the first violation- 
of its flag la an act of hostility. Tlio cirmantaaces in wbic:i 
yau will then find yourselves will deteruuBe your coadact then. 
If it is with France that you aieat war, you will oot Judge her a 
power suiliciently feeble to render it indiflereot to you whether 
yoa draw oflier enemies upon you, and you will shew some 
cuasideratii>n for the rest of Kurope, You dirt not venture to 
insult the (h(gs «f every power, till you had tbe address to arm 
all the Continent against France. It was then your maritime 
principles were chuiged ; and they became mure ui^iiat and 
more violent, in proportion as your Oonlioental coiincetioiis 
became more contracted, or your allies maintained with more 
difficulty the struggle in wliirh you had engaged them. It was 
thus that when Russia was obligvd Io collect all her force 
•igainst tbe French in Poland, you violated her flag, and refused 
her. In respect to her Commercial Treaty, conceisivas which 
you shewed yourselves disposed to {;raiit when i.he had no lunger 
any enemies to combat. Tbe Powers of the Crmtinent, in 
proclaimiag anew tbe principles 9 f the armed nentrafilj/, do but 
uunounce the maxims upon which they purpiisc to act io the 
next maritime war. Yoi rainot prevent their diivcliog their 
policy as they undeistand it; they exercise in this the right 
which appertains to all (ioveminenis, aud'to the usurpation 
of which they would have nothing to oppose but the 
tiltiiua ratio reguiii. On your part, you proclaim tha 
linnciple$ 0/ your maritime latu, that is, tbe maxims 
which you will employ io your next war. The Co»» 
liuont has no iotereat in demanding frnm you either dt- 
durations or renunciulions. OeclariiLi>)0> would have aa 
eltei t, from tbe moment yen might tliink >ou could fiirgettbem 
with impnnlty. Rcnuncntions are without an object, since we 
eaortOt renoance what we do not possess. If we judge of what 
yuu will do, by what yssbavebitherto d»ne,weiuaycoarlBile, 
ibM you will not require from the Powers of the Continent 
eKbcT drrlaratioo or rHranelation « and as they will demand 
ouae from you, there is heaee no anestinn to discuss, no diiflcuity 
to Ksolve t there is nothing which can retard tor a day tlte blc8> 
sings of peace. If, however, you should mise the sirange and no- 
vel pieteaSion of imposing opou France, and the other Powers of' 
tbe Continent, by an art of your will alone, tli« obligation nfsnh. 
scribiog te yoar muritiine laws, this Is as if you were to require 
that the Laglslatare and Sovereignty of Russia, Kraaee, and Spain 
should be traasparted to Usoden— a fine prerogative for yotir 
ParliaaMoc. It wonM be the same as if you were to procltstin 
everlasting war, or as if yon-were to 8x as the terailnatlou of 
war tbe aioaieM when yoa sbnald bate wticed on St. Peters- 
bargb, Paris, Viema, aad Madrid. But if tUs be not at the 
Imttom of ynor seotimeat, there is no fhrtlier obstacle to peace : 
far, according to your own expressions, negnctatitiu vert bro- 
ken a_f on pointt which touehtd immedialel;/ not theinlarutt «/ 
hit Britannic MaJeUgy tnt thooo of his ImpertalJlln \ for the 
Imperial Ally of bh Britannic Hajasty b-if infornied you, that 
peace is henceforth tbe principal cad of his with, the principal 
otfjcct of his interest." 

Our leaders will perceive, with pleasure, that this artide 
contains far more pacific indications on the part of France 
than have hitherto been uttered. She ingeniously finds 
otit a mode of getting over the chief difliculty which stood 
in the way of pacification ; and when this is once removed, 
certainly very little seoini to stand in the way of opening 
o^ociations, if out Governmcut is inclined.' 

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The Aitftrutn Amba|i^4or, M. Db_ Stabrkmubii, bu 
received bi* pastportt ; but nothuig it known of the time 
•f bis departore. If Ministers are engaged in negocia- 
tions, they are kept a profound secret t but some papers, 
if -we beliere themselves, are quite in the confidence of 
the Cabinet, and pompously announce to the public, that 
they are to discuss tbe question of ptaee or wart 

Some Interesting accounts have been received of insur- 
rectioas in Lisbon against tbe French. As they have come 
through different cbanueis they seem entitled to some 
credit, and we have, therefore, inserted them t but we 
must observe, that the information comes through Ame- 
rican captains, and we shall, therefore, defer our obsarva- 
tions on them till they are better authenticated. 

(Extracted from a Duilm Papor,) 

The following highlv intemtio); infrHliteDcr has hem .fast 
cornninnifated at nur OfBee, by tbf> Csiptani of an Americiui 
TcssrI, wblrrli arrWrd in oor taiirbonr this day, from Cadix, 
« hirh pUre he left on the 81st altt— 

" It apponrs, that previous to his sailio;, letters from 
Lisbon, dated on the l?(h and ITth of December, had 'been re- 
rcivcd, whii-h etntedtbat on the 12th, atnitbt (the French hav- 
inK prrv<oo»1 v takea pnstenion of all the forts, aod the remain- 
ing >hipt of war, on whirh tbey hoisted French colours), the 
uoptilarc, in imnieasr numbers, romoirnred an attack upon the 
Fr nt-h and Spanish troops ; that a general enfcaceineot took 
pUce in the streets, and that great numbers were kill<-d on both 
tides before the populace were reduced to submission. The 
fnllntving morning nrneral Junol isned a menacing proclama- 
tion, tlireateniog the ringleaders, whirh he said were well 
known, with the most dreadful pnn'isbmant. The immediate 
exrculion of the prisoners taken by the French, folliiwtd this 
prorl;im<ilion : tome were shot, and many were hanged. These 
dx'adful examples, however, wore not of snfTirieut force to 
prevent a second iinurrectioo, i^hich took plare three days 
after, on (he 15th, more drendAil and t«nj(oinary in its efl^ls 
than the former, in which, oar reports state, between "five 
and liT thousand French and Spaniards were killed," and that 
^he most dreadful disorder prevailed In the Capital when tbe 
last arrniiots were sent off. The greater part of the troop> 
stationed there are Spanish. To the horrors of insurrection are 
^d.^e I the miseries of want ; asif scarcity of the most dreadfuk 
and alTectini; Icind prevailed generally in and about Lisbon." 

A private letter from Dublin, communicate* some par- 
ticulaM in addition to the abore t— 

t>uHin,Jan. II. 

*' I have the pleasure to arqualnt yon. that the Isabella 
arrived here safely la^i aight (Sunday), after a i>:<s*age of ten 
days^ She left Cadiz on (be SIst nllimo. Before the came 
•way, the Captain saw letters from Lisbon, of. the ITth of De- 
cember, which stated, that an imurrection bad taken place 
there on th« 18th, ^t oi^ht. Tbe pspnlai-e surprized the guards, 
and a verv lovere conflict ensued, and many on both sides were 
kilted. On the I3(h, manv of the leaders (\f the populace were 
iMiot, which to hieroted Ibtt iahabitaals, that they arose again 
on the night on the 15th, vtiea the slauf hter was drtndful : 
above 5,000 person;! «n bo<k««4M were killedf The arrouiits 
add, tlial the iahabilmti are dreadfully ill ofl° for provitiom. 
Tbe greater part of the wealthy totally fonoolc the city. The 
French colours were hoisted oa board the forts and thips of 
war. When the ncconntt left Lisbon, peace had not been en- 
tiiely restored} but it was iliougbt famine would rid the coun- 
try of the French aod Hpauitbtoldiers. Captain lligginstbrew 
etsierbaard all hit p*pen, being chared by three privateers." 

A Meectiag of the Committee of the American Mer- 
cbuts took j^ace on Thiirsdar, pursuant to adjonmmont, 
out the maiu business for which they were assembled — 
nuncly, that of presenting a Memorial to Ministers, re- 
lative to the late Orders 'of Council, was not gone into. 
The consideration of it was fartiier postponed till Thurs- 
day next. The Chairman, however, was delegated to wait 
upon Ministers, relative to the applicatioQ of the mer- 
chants and manufacturers of Lancashire and Yprkshirc, 
far licences U> protpc| such cargoes as tbej werp about lb 

embark for Aiperica. — Mr. Saasom accordingly proceeded 
to the Treasury, where he had na interview with the Cha^ 
ccllor of tbe Exchequer aiid Lord Bathurst, whose answer 
to his application was, we' understand, to the following 
purport, '■ that he saw no necessity fat such licences, as 
ire are not at war telth Jmertca i" but that, however, 
they had no objection to grant them, in order to satis^ 
thepcrsons who applied. 

The Recorder made his Report, oil Wednesday, to bts 
Majesty, of the following convicts under sentence of death 
in Newgate :— 

viz. Mary Crooks, alias Viaey, for stealing bank notes, &r. iif a 
dwdliog-houtet Mirhad Brady, forstnling goods In adwel- 
liog-bouie; Jane Mosona*, tor- a lilie atence; John Almond,, 
for forgery ; Elizabeth Tipped, for uttering cooutcrfeit money < 
Margaret Norton, for Meruing goods, &c. in a dwelllng-honte ; 
aod Michael Tahoy, fur alike offence. Joim Alotond was o*d 
ered for execution "ou Wednesday next. — The rest were rrtpited 
daring pleasure. — Bullock was not reported. ^ 


Ta« KiWO's LKVBE. 

Tuesday, about twelve o'clock, their Majertiea arrrved 
at tbe Qoeen's Palace, from Windsor, in aeir travelling 
carriage, escorted by a party of Light Horse ; the Prin- 
cesses ibilowed in two otner carriages. 

Soou after two o'clock, his Majesty held a private Levee 
at the Qiiern's Palace, which was numerously attended. 

The followtiig had the honour of being presented to lu* 
Majesty : 

Sir James Innn Ker, npon his marriage.^y the Earl of Tile, 

Lord (imnville l.evit<in (lower, npon his return ftma his eip- 
bassv to the Coart of Petrrsburgb. 

Messrs. PhilUps and Smith, the SbeKfls of Loodan aad Hid- 
dletes, by Mr. AldermaaSbaw. 

Btajtr-Generai Hi^^et, upon his promptioa and return from 
Sicily, by tbe l-iarl &t Uxbrhlgr. 

Lieut.-Ceaeral 8ir J«ba Moure, upon bis retam from Sicily. 

Tly Her. M. Uicby, upoa hit being appointed oik of the 
CaifOns of IViodsor, by Lord Soreerville. 

Mr. Stewart, ■pan Ins rvtani fram Petcnbnrgh. 

Lieat.-G^neral Villettes, upon his iieing appointed to thec«m- 
maad of the Mth Regiineot,«ad rommaaiier of the Forces is Ja- 
maica, with the rank of Geoeral in the bland. 

Mr. Oarlicke, upon his rrtiwn as his H^etty't Knvoy fk'om the 
Coarts of Copenhngeo and Pratiia. 

General Lumlcy,jipo^ hit return from Soath Aaterira. 

Sir Stephen Shairp, upon his retam from Petersbuigh. 

Gen. Frazer, upon his reium from the Mediterranean. 

Col. Kemai, upon his being appoioted Quarter>Matter>(}eBe> 
neral to his kmesty's Force* in N«rth America. 

Col. Henry Clinton, upon his return from Sicily. 

Lieut. -Col. Nichols, of the Royat' York Rangen, npon l|il 
promotion and return IVom Baenoi Ayrrs. 

'Vlscuonl Hawardtn, aiioii his sncreediag to that title. 

Mt^or-Oenrral Cakes, npuu bis return frpm Sicily. 

His Majesty gave audience to the Cabinet Ministers, 
Lord G. Levison Gower, and Mr. Garlickc, and held a Privy 

The Court did not break up till near half-past past six, 

Bki:ad.— Tuesday the Lord .Mayor ordered the price of 
Bread ta be continued at I Id. the (ju^rtcnt Lstaf of Wbealea> 
and 9id, IIouj>ehold. 

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Friday a Court of Directors was held at the East Io«a 
House, when Captain John Mraok Samtms was sworn .into tpe 
command of thu^ihip Carl St. 'Vincen<, destined to Bombay,— 
The Court adjourned at six o'clock till 'Wednetdav next. 

Fridav the arrival af the Salsette frigate at Porttmontb was 
anmaaccdatihe K««t India Hoote, with Lord WilUaaiBta- 
tinck ofl board I 'William Pelrie, ^q. succeeds to the govwar 
ment on his [.ordshiu's resignation. The gale of wind baviag 
contiaaed, it itcon)ec4uTni, ir tkeeausa af <H) packeU being tc^ 
ccived at the East India House. 

The Sir Stephen Lushii^a, Cap. Gray, bad arrived at St« 
ileleaa, i|nd W4* to tail frqia tbeocfc i^Qitt (he (Kb peccubef. 

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pmoar i^hf, 
Tke ptrfon M ncCT of the laH week have l>eeo :— 

Uottai ,... .Pitarro, with the new pantomime of Furiiontl. 

TccspiT, — Falte Alarms, with the paiitoniime. 

WiDKCiDiT, Much Aio Jbout NotMng. ullh the pantomime. 

TacitDAT,.. 7>e Uutnna, with the paotoroiine. 

Fifotv, TAr Awjr B»<fjf,iiith ihe pantomime. 

SiToaoir,.. jllti» the Wnug, with the pantomime. 
Utkae pieces there ii nothing to be particularly noticed. 


Voiair,..,. Tke Mountaineers, with the new pantomime of 

Harlefuin in hU Ulttaent, 
Itpoir,.... Never acted, TKt tVandertr, er. The Rights 9 f 

HaspHatity, nith the p:intniniiM', 
WnvetDtr, Tht Wanderer, uith the imntiiniinie. 
Twitotv,., The tVandertr, wilb the pautomime. 

TiuiT, The Wanderer, with llie |iantaraime. 

liRioiv,.. The Wanderer, with the paiitominir, 
tk iVaadertr ia a plajr, which molt aiD|ily merit! «ar one- 
IBncil nnnn«iidali<m. 

IMt piece was founded, by Mr. C. KemMe, tiro yean ago, 
in%fatatsi play, which bad been artrd with rrrat turcrss at 
Pari, and »hicb panted, in ftrikiog culour>, the nli^fonuor^ 
•f Chsrirs Edward, commonly called Uie Pretendor. Mr. C. 
Knablf bavini;, by n)uy alteraliont, erasure?, and addition*. 
•n-BioilclIrd ii, so as to «iit tbe English theatre, presented hi« 
dransiic history of the Pretender at (;ovrnt-fBirden, » here it 
m fsMaotly acaeptfd. Out when it was Uid bafore the Lord 
Chaabrriaia, who,o licence is necessary for tbe prrFormance of 
<t«iy lew piece, bis •Irfirdship, appnelieasive that it nii^cfai 
czitile, ia the breasts of tbe English people, a spiril.of rettlUon 
tUfiptrg, refused to stamp it with hitiodispennablesauctiun ! 
TV Popeaitd the Pretctider are certainly the two most fur- 
■whU pcnoas in this nhnle world. W bat matters it that the 
Pspeis n»wa temporal prince itithoat domiaioai, and a vire- 
cmM of heaven without believrni in his celestial pnHrr: 
t'ksi|||h Boai p arte has sabdued bis lerrilory, and thau|;h our 
CltWin Umimelves deny bis iiifalliliility and bisjurisdictlnn 
■w llipm, yet.the Pope it so tremeodoas a beioK. that half a' 
V^^ we saw tbe Eqglish people resign their liberties at tbe 
■<i«H*«r tbe Pone, merely fo««rat the Pope should tafcit iho»e 
>^¥l away. What does it sicaify that (be Pretaiuler has 
•"•dead for half a ceotary .' nay, that tbe last branch of hi; 
■aBj, tbe pour old Cordiiml of Verk, is now no more \ Tbe 
"TMmery of Jbe Pretender is dwatliul > he was a boveiiny 
Qltoe who thfratcncd tbe small birds while lie Uved«— now 
■tke is dead, b« serves for a scarecrow, isod wben he U nenll y 
<*Maad stock i|p in tbe Held, be frighleiu the flutlerrrs jusl 
■ifUaally as ta*T. What do the Lord Lireiisiag Chamber- 
^saaibiscoUcagtirs coneeive of that En^likh (oastancy and 
"Ttjl; of which Ibry talk so much, when tbey suspect a trai- 
^i* every naa of beliog, and co^iure «p the Rhosts of 
^pn decrascd, to distract iis from tbe cootemplatioa of tbe 
"Vis that exist? 

After all, we cannot but consider this refusal 00 the part of 
iklif'*^'f * *" ^"^ highest compUineot that he could pay to 
'~r*y oi the Wanderer. For if it had not been pregnant 
nu iiteiest, if it had not oboanded in tbe strangest feelinj;, 
*• psidd aat have fuaad even a pivteoce for keepitw up the 
"r« sf tbe Pope and the Pretender. 

^u. C. Kimble then changed the names of the i^^nts in his 
f*i*< Md of (he country where the srede was laid 1 and alter- 
•j* fc» circomstaoces, contrived to. make his plot curretpond 
^isam rq|mrkaMe eeeots ia the SnedUh hiMory. The 
r""^*^ aad the (bble as they aaw stand, are as fullows < 

i'riaM Qwr/aaiu Mr. Claremunt. 

J>riac« «ig<im««l Mr. C. Kcakbk. 

Oaiitl'aiieastein Mr. Pope. 

Otmtfaavrs: Mr. Bmatoa. 

(WiwifAgMr..' Mr. Blaacbard, 

,.' Mr. FawceU. 

i.'^aUsMsMil: Miss Smith. 

■a Miss Norton. 

J!^*r*' ** Fv*m* of fiasteans Vast, haA been defeated 
f~*5^ *"•■?• *• reeover tka crowp of his ancestor from 
j*3f^ monaicfc Mf gtveden. Ueseftrd by his follomer?, 
rfIIIl!'^T to the We of Oelaad, and in the last eitremitv 
■^cetaaddeiaair, eateted the casUe of Caunt raldensteiH. 
!"• V^ "pwteJ rtwfttj to aiiivc f^om f ubitd. Tbe Cwm- 

tesi,tonched by his misforttuei, provided him With apparel, 
and concerted meani fur his escape ; but her scheme was fuiifd 
by the vigilance of the guard, under the ceminaiid of Sfarre and 
Baiiuer, We forbear to explain the manner ia which these mea- 
sures were frustrated, because we are onwilling to anticipate 
tbe pleasure which our rraders will fed from the repretcotation 
itself. Again, i'riiies SigUtuuHd, astUted by tbe C«un<<«, by 
''iiiaiina, aad by Hamsaji, attempted to escape on board the 
Danish Heel, isbich was hovering on the coast t luid 
was prevented from nccomplisbing his purpose, by the inter- 
veatioo of Coiini yafdtnttrin. A very interesting scene then en- 
^ucd, in which Valdtnetein himself, though fimily attached to 
(be crowB, wiu induced to coimive at tbe Prince's esrape : 
Hparre and the guards were fuiti-d in tbeiz turn t and a letter 
written with pencil, arrived to inform tbe Cpantsas that Stgit' 
imind had safely joined the Danish fleet. J*rmc« Otittams, tbetoa 
of (be reigning monitrcli, then appeared t in consideration of tba 
interesting cirrumstaiicra of the case, he pardoned the Vatdea' 
steins for aiding the unfortunate euemy of the king, and the 
piece concluded with the union of Comit Sparr* and Christina. 

From this outline our readers will perceive, that tbe Wan- 
derer, like the modern raeladramas, is, la its ftiMe, fognded 
on heroic siluittino ; but in no other respect does it bear the least 
affinity tp tlicse fashionable afterpieces, lor tbe Wanderer pot- 
lesses character ns well as iucideiit, and w bile it interests by 
the strength of its titualioos, it charms l>y the elegance uf its 
li.-ilogue. We ngtireJ, indeed, wime passages of popular pa« 
triotism, which, though not violently introduced, arc still un- 
worthy to osfurt wilb tbe chaste simplicity uf the language in 
general. But in every one pf the great requisites for dramatic 
composition, Mr. C. Keinlilr has most huaoarably succeeded ; 
and we have declared our objectiun to the two or three strag- 
gling clap-strapi which are fiiuod in the first act, not for (lie 
sake of picking put a petty fault, but beraqse where a pieee 
approaches so nearly to perfection, we cannot but be vexed to 
see Its claims ohstructeil by so slight iso impediment, It cop- 
tianes to attract crowded audiences. ■ 

■ The author is biuuelf the mpresenlative of Sigismvnd. Ittt 
a character of various passion ; and both in its deeper and in its 
lighter tints, it is aduunilily coloured by tbe actiiig nf Mr, C 
Krmble. We sboulil give equal praise to Air. Fancelt's perform- 
once of tbe (rifling clwracter of Itanua/i, if he would but talk-iit 
a Scotch dialect ; but, perhaps, be considers that as 0006 uf the 
party would iu reality be spcakin;; Knglii>b, it is not necessary 
for Aamsay to mark bis country by hi j accent. Mr. Pope in 
yaldtttfteiu, is loud, but not iutcrestiDgi and Miss Smith, as the 
Cviiii<<«s, is too cold and deilaniatury. She has (be habit of 
giving a great appearance of sentimental importnuce to passape* 
which ought to be siuiiily spoken. The otlier performers do 
Utile which demands eiiber praise or censure. There ore cbp- 
nisse«, and noexcellrnt overture to tbe play ; these are the work 
uf Mr. Kusscll and Mr. Davy. The Prologueis spoken by Mx. 
Uruotoo, and the Epilogue by Miss Norton, 

Kixe's TKK.trnn. 
The Comic opera of I.a Fraeealana, was revived on Satur- 
day the 9th, for the purpose of di.-playiog the admirable powers 
of Madame Catalani, One of her songs received iipplause so 
loud and so reitemled, that she sang it rhre* limes. The opera 
has since licen repeated, with tbe llttllet of La HeHr l.ailifrt. 
In this piece Miss Cianfleld has succeeded to (he character for- 
merly occupied by Madcnioiselle Parisot, who ia lately m»rric4 
(Q Mr. liughes of Golden Square. 




Agreehbly lo the letter which I had the honour of addresiKir 
yon, under date of the 4th January of the present yenr, in which 
I explained at large to your Eicellency the motives which in- 
duced me tq sanction Ihe tending out of Ilritisb Merchanimrn 
to the Island of St. Catherine, provided that their rar^oe« eoo> 
tist of articles hitherto received into the Custom Ii ouses of Por- 
tngal, I have now t« request that you will be plensrd to order 

that the ship should be admitted into the Custom lions* nf 

that Island, the Captain or Master of which, (who is the bearer 
nf thU letter), yon will pcniiit to unload and sell his raigo, aud 
givedirectiuaslhatao more duties shall be required of her, thin 
were paid in Portagal for the same nriirirs 1 and itlun that those 
datie* aboold ixtt b.e denied aalil Uc Imm so^d aad dispatched 

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kb cargo, in every jparticalar oosforminc ta tbe practiM of the 

Cuatom Ifousr at Lisbnii, ' ' ! 

And ai it may po!>si1>ly happen, (bat your Extell^ocy may no)' 

' Tet (iad yoencif autlinrlird to coment to the sale of turh candors, 

■ I earnestly re<}U<;3t yon that at all rvents you will be pleajed to 
sUtow that they shoald he lBn(WI and iimperly warehonsed, and 
th«tyo« trill orcjertliat the ship; should nronr ia that port, wait- 
ior there irith their rreirs, wifnovt mnlestatian, antil your Ex- 
ccTlrncy shall receive (be intrartions aud orders of bis Royal 
Hisboess tbe Prince R«);eot-on this head, 

Ynur Excellency ttill otiserre, that (be bearer of this letter 

' Might also to present to yon with the manifest of the cargo, eoii- 
lirtned by me, and the licence of the British Privy Coaneil ; to 
ftilfil (he conaitlonor which, yonr Excellency will be pleased to 
order the Officers of Customs to deliver to the bearer a certW- 

• eate of the regaiar didcharge of the articles ap^ified in 8«ch ma- 

CoaditioM agived to by (he MerelMats, A>r (he Admissioa (pro- 
visionally until his Royal Higbuess's Resolution are Itoowii) 
into tbe Port of the Island St. Catherine, ofalIww:h Goods ai 
were heretofore imported iota Portugal, 

l(t. That nil Merchants irii>hing to maiie qdventwn to (be 
Brazils virithoat iraitirq; (br tbe itenilations of bis Rnyal 
If i);hness, should be obliged to tcke a licence IVnm tbe Privy 
Council, which wilt point out the port tiMtt '*>ll be agreed oa 
by his Excellency, Mr. Camiag aad oie, fA to which alone 
they must give hood to go, 

Sdly, That every Maiter, and every Shipper, will give (be 
asttid bonds at this Cnsloffi-hewet tn tke due delivery at the 
Cnstom-hoase of the said port. 

Sdly. Resides, every Master and Shipper win biad tbeniselves 
to pay at the Custom-home of the (aid port, the satae duties 
that were paid in Portugal opon eVery sach article, or la lieit- 
thereof, snrb as may have been already established by hit 
Reyii) Ui^nets tbe Prhice Regent. 

4thly. According to your offer, aad to aiceriain that no con- 
traband goods are exported thither, the manifest of the said 
ear^o, sworn and authenticated as usual at this Costaai-house, 
will h« signed by the Agents awi Coosal-CJeocral, BIr. Joha 
Charles Lttcrna, aad by me, 

Sthly. Ontb^ conditions, which contain an that fair trade 
«an wisli for at present, I wUl most wilUocly provide every. 
Capt.iin with a letter of mine to the <9a«enior of hM port, in- 
forming -him of what I have dooe, aisd reqatsting Mm earnestly 
to require immediate iastructioas ttoat the Ri« de Janeiro, ia 
raK bis Koya) Uigbaess is already arrived t tu»d riMoId bis 
Royal Highiiew be not yet arrived, requesting him besides aot 
to enforce the existing laws, bnt lo lospead tbem until be re- 
ceives tbe instructioBs required, which cannot ke hmr in earn- 
ing, and in the mean witilc not to molest, bat permit the said 
' fhtps to wait pcaceaMy for the aew orders ; unless he should be 
authorised by his former instruction* ta admit tbe entry of suck 
Koods, an paying the siime datiesas in Portugal, and to allow 
the Captains to iurritt' their proceeds in the produce of the coun- 
try, in which cas« I will ardeutly icquest tb* Governor (A Uc\- 
liutc this trade. 

P. S. I need not say, that upon applieation with tke neence 
nf the Privy Cnuacil, &c. &e. &t. the Manifest will be 
signed by me, and my letter tu the Governor wilt be delivered 
immediately without tbe leactexpence to any of the coneeraed. 

To his £xceltency l>. hait Manririo Da Sllveira, or whom- 
soever is at present Govenior of the Island of St. Catharine, 

N. B, I lipqaest their Exeelleneletthe Tieerof and (lovemor 
•f (bedifereat ports of Brastl, which (his ship may enter ia 
distress, that they wHI cause it ta be accompanied by a guardt 
«««(a to the Port of the Island of $t. Catharine, ia order to 
avoid any unjust suspieion against the CapUia, of illicit com- 

From bis Royal Higbness's Envoy at London. 


After an absence of two years, carefully emplayed in tbe 
acquisition of notoriety, this Lady has se-oppeared opoBtbe 
Ijoudun boards—^ fair candidate for public approbation ! t !— 
When we jaw her name first announced in tbe bills of Covent- 
GardenTheatre, weconfrssoHrasionisbment, We were, however, 
silent, confidently expecting that tlte chastiwment office weald 
. proYC tte coweqaeaceaf itseSrooterjrt^ccrtuaOwt sbe wa«t4«f- 

ford an useful lesson to flituraheroioesr telling them if (be v rataoof 
be virtuous, they should at least be prudent ; nor, after li:iign| 
vilely sullied the purity «f private ltfe,pre!ume toshew vi ih what 
facility a virtuous public can lie dup«d into fon$iv«siecs. The 
event, however,' b<is not justified oar expectation- — 4he I.adybu 
l>ern lo'icrated, aod uesnnald consider oa»rlve!i neglecting (he 
duties of a mnra] press, did «e any longer willUioId our seati- 
racnts on the suliject. Much as the prouriety of scenic exbilii- 
tiiiu has hitherto been questioned, *<■. snail certain) >' never ap- 
pear in tiie list of their opponents, so long as (he sta<c ontiuura 
tn he the vehicle of public mnrality-r^he mirror in « hi(h viro 
may shrink at its reficxinii — tlie vuire Ihrnugh witi, ii virtue 
>liiill be consoled in its fall, nnd applauded i:i its ele "ali >a. 

Now this eflec( we thinlt can never )>c produced while ioi'ioral 
agents are employed in it» fnltilmeut ; and certainly "lien a 
tiinughtlr!s parent takes bis child to witness the rt-prcsentaiion 
of amoral charae(er by ^n ac(ress notoriously tKC' contrary, nc 
can consider it in no other light thad as inculcci^tin^m tiie vorth- 
ful mind how easily virtqe may be actedt and now ct''"' . to-Hy 
the hvpoerile may deceive! — We are fully aware that ihu 
remark maybe retorted by those who may choose .« difer '■■■.>n: 
us in opinion — there are certainly a class of character? in >< 'ith 
the neloriety of 'Mrs. N. J's real ki(ua(ion need not iteriroy the 
illnsion of tier ficittions one, qod so hmg ta tbe lady contrnt^ 
herself in the line of the Oisarroand MHIwoaJt, we will lav>»h 
on her all that panegyric which a perfect portrait of uatate 
depicted \tith artwra ble talent> must ever j uattfy , 



Extract of a i^tter froh DuAt, jax. W.— *♦ Tester^ 
day the wind having shifted luddenly from about S. S. W. tis 
S. W. it begnn to blow violently, and during tbe night ih« 
creased to a perfrct hurricane. The monAng light pretienled ^ 
most distressing spectacle — ships parting fVom their anchor«v 
others drifting i siune with tbe hiss of top-masts and bowsprits, 
and some staading ont of (he Downs witbout either anchor or 
cable left t but provideniiaHy none have drove an shore, nor 
can I at present Irani that any have been lost. This day the 
Wind eonlinard wilh increased violence, and brongirt in a most 
tremendous sea, vrbieh at one time even Ihreatesed tbe destror- 
tiMi«{tl«e-(wsfii. Tfce fuWtod s at ofagveait B i— i is r ef liesscs 
next the sea have bee* tmdermined, store-hauses have 
been swe|kt away tr|th their content.*, and the ground 
tier of (be dweUing-haiMS, 6iled with water. The 
<ea, during the tempest, made a considerable Hreach be-, 
tween Saiidown Oastle and the baitrry No, 1, which has iauo- 
daled the HtamltersLand fbrced soch a torrent of water into iho 
lower streets of Ueiri, (hat tbe cellars have been tamplr<ely 
filled, aad property to a large amount totally destroyed. In a 
row of hetises u^jaiaii^ to AlFiTd-squarr, (be torrmt was la 
deep that boats trere obliged to be got down, aad tbe miserable 
lahaliilaBts taken out ef their houses from (he chamber windows^ 
Neveral quays in the Beaeb-^treM, which had bmved (he fory 
of (he«]emenls Mra scries of years, have been totally de»t?oyed» 
and (be Mmber v^ashed ««( (u sea.— Qwrter pbst fnnr, p. m^ 
Tbe wind has ijivw somewhat aliated, bat We f^ar a retero dor- 
i^e the ni(tM. I have this instant been «dd (bat a brig^ naoie 
unktwwn, fenndered at her anchors about three o'clock thii 
momiag, aad all seals perished-A-Pniy God it may prove oairoe,* 
MAacATRv-lAtr, IS. — Inas»^eregalela»tn%rfct this harbour 
and town suKered mMeriat damage : the wind diiring the night 
I was at N. W. attended with a remarkable' high, tide, which tat 
(made a breach through the Piet l|cad^ and comuletely washed 
away the parapet-walls from the Pier le the Marine Parade, de< 
ttroyingall the bathiag-roonis except one. 
u The Isabella and Ann, Roekvfhtm XewA»itndland, and the El 
Percy, Meek, from Quebec, for London, have pat in here, «Hb 
the loss of anchors and eahlce ; and tbe bark Betsey, of Poele, 
from Ncw«s«odland, for l^andniH-is on shore, abont three miles 
above this place i crew saved. , . 

CowRS,^AW. 15.— Dtrincthe wbaje ef yesterday and las| 
night we-exnerienred hereadreadfWI gale of wind, during whiih 
there arrived a laixe fleet of transports from Irelaad, those late 
from Buenos Avres, under convoy of a gun-brig, which, together 
with ten San of "(he (ransports, aad an American ship,* ere drove 
ashore between t^ place a«d Yanaauth. The guo-br^ *«» 
three sail of the transports aad the American ship, got salrlymM 
but tbe other transports still remain a* sisore. It Is new i^re 
moderate, and it is hoped they wW be got nff ttitBa* t laatM*" 
daaai^. The numheii of threcf of Ibejo WW •» sfcowareW". 
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tnt Kit KiKAi ftEdlSf Eft. 




tlieTiae, ■' — , from Nefrrasfle to Ldndon; with coals, la 
te 'Sett on the GUn Fleet Saudi 

Tbe John and Elizab^tbt' Hnywoodt tne Orb\ mil: the 
Aoi. HarrisoD ; thi- TravtHefj Forjicr; and the Sally, Jack- 
ue, hM put into Carlfham for Convoy. 

lib Majf»t)'s ship Malabar, and convoy, from Pdrtslnonth, 
fjrtie Rivrf Plata, arrived at Rjo Janeiro nnfbe'ith of Octo- 
■■-. Sailed from thcfaceon thcSllh Oct. for the Cape of Good 
• .■'^All wen. On the t8lh September spoke the Integrity 
^Am, and the 18th (he Sir Samael Aachmuty (a Monte 
' ' prile) both botind to Surinam. 

'Urtlia's Richards, of and trntn Aftlifoz, botind to Sn- 
jas hecn tatirn by n Spanish Ix-tter of Marqne ; retaken 
i- klosanibiqae (choonor, aud tarried into BarbadoM 18th 
' iher. 

.:ii«abethv To^nshend,' front Netrfaoadland, is tott^Ily 
coast of Ireland'. 
' ra, (cartel), Jarvis, fk'om Spain, ts lost ta Cannar- 

R» r '. 

7!r "Wol, — , «f K guns and 18 tocn^ ft'om Demerara to 

•' , »nJ the Junn, . o'f 16 guns and ?7 mcOj from De- 

> ; i» Liverpool, were captured Sth Nov.' in lat. 19. 4. 
-. il. SCk after an action of an hoar and SO minutei, by (he 
■ ^i-, prkaleer, of t guns and 80 men ( Fripon, of 5 i^nns 
E'-'fCinaK and Becnae, of 3 (rtiiis uxl 4S men, and rnrried 
i'-:-j "iijililoupe. Two men wounded on board the Flliott, 
'''•"■. ilie nate, since dead), one man kl)4ed on board the 


Ike Smi Pedro .Aogula,' Rocindo, ft'om the Brazils to Lisbon, 
f kiaiati i>y Sir Siducy Smith's {()aadron, and sent into Ports- 


rktUl)t««, , froraAtlstasset td Liverpool) Is lost at 

?ir»port May*. Crew saved. 

Tke Frederica, Neil>on, from St. Tube's* has bc«i tBk*n by a 
*««ri|irl»aieer, retaken by the Princess .\u;usta cutter, and 
•"'•'iat HutHlh iii^'tnnt. " The same privateer faptiired the 
^'Ame, Ttaylor, from Riga to Ildil, aud rartiedli^r into the 


ThrXt|f(ine> Smith, foi- tSe Sooth S«as, and the Ifanwony, 
JSW, (Dr the Writ Indies, put biick to Clrtv^nock <kh instant, 
wis; been ii» chore oolfhe Island' of Arrjjn, and rcreived so 
■«kduu2^ titai they must tinload to repair. 

TW Elf], Ueiidfcrsoot from |)erblce to London^ h tondeuned 

t* Jolly Tar, r^ from Monte Vldcd to London, Is pnt 

*Tb«I with mnch damage. 
■Vlirop.1, da Silva, from the Brazils to Lisbon, Is detained 

'*84lcy Smitli's squadron, and sent into Plyniooth. 

.■•fctsey, .Macey, from Boston, Is detained by the Active 
f^^STiand !«'nt UiUt Falmouth. 

'>(»rM, vrhiteway, from NeKfouodlaftd -to England, is 
'*»it»»nherct-rw. . 

■* ''"tVpifse ship, fr«in Onorto, w'ith iM pipes of wine, is 
"'usMratried Into Rnrhetlr. 

' sf Virr Frritndc, >-, aiid an American brig •»-»-, Rogeis, 

n-'*'^ '"-**' Weser fcy tlie. Frenrh IQtIi ult. 
H.aL"*"^'''' "?•**"» from .ifrica to Charleston, put into 
r"**^ fn distress, «»t repaired, and sailed nth November 
'"CiiMisMdti. ■ * . 

Tiite ihpt front Oporlo, sod three from •IMand, (wiVh 
FWatoBs and bnf tef^ ar# tak<» lind carried lilto France, 
ti 1 "y****' **""?'» from (Jharlston, salted from Cowes, 
kaJilIr ^^'"^ (trithafelrwind) and Bns not since been 

J^ V'r** Ahdlii D* naas, from —to Ontfienborg, is pul 
wAii^Mrdani to Mpair diimofes i*celVed bv beltig on shore. 
^ Btlbit, Xltcbiosoiit (V«mSli£0 to Dublin, is lost near 

- .^?!*^> *<>«^« ff<™ T.tVerpool to Geliray;'!* totally fost 
•«llA»4,fllla. Cretrsawd. 

IJ« l*nn, Sttarhan, of Arbroath, h MtrS at Leihan.' 
I^^IaMUaad Ann, Kooke, froita Poole to London, is p«t 

J ^ttia beft tlynn, fWlk A/ri(tt,> Is' taken and cairicd Into 

mipiT, JAW. n. 
,JJfJ||j*0«k(Amerlraa ship) frum Virginia, hnsbeen taken, 
^•"•Jhyth* Jane privateer, and brought into tlie Dowas. 
|^2|«4myWkaonM Sobtlei win toH kff B«rmtdat S6lh 


' The Knnd, Jckelsoa, from LMboo t« Loadoo, is lost at Gape 
La Hogae. 

The-Papdoni sloop of war has taken a larje Jivnch Iv^ef 
privateer, and tarried her into the DowTO. ' " " * 

The Hyadea (an American) Savage, from Charhton atti 
Cowes to London, was taken SIst alt. by a Flench pt-iralcer, . 
and carried into Calais. The Captain and crew taken out or' 
the ship and put under gnardi 

■ The Cyrus, Shaw, from Quebtsc to Belfast went on shot* 1*- • 
low the island of Bit, and after throwing overboard great part 
of the cargo, relumed to Qnebec 18th Kov. The whole of the " 
cargo sdppnjed to bte much damaged) and the Vessel would bi 
obliged to unload. 

Two English brigs we^c carried into Calais «• Ttmday. 

The John and Ann, Williams, from WllmtBgtou to'BattMl* 
does, is put into Virginia in distress. 

The Horatio, Rowland, from New York to Hondnrast de- ' 
lained by (he Diedaius frignte | the Wilmingtoni — — , from ' 
Wilmington, detained by the (iarloa brig 5 the John James, of ,' 

Halifax, from Cape Francois to Conaives t the fit. Bride, 4 ' 

from New York) detained by the Dvdalusi the James aod 
William (Ajnerican), Dawson, detained by the Ktome Fortunc> , 
were sent into Jamaica between 1st. and 81st. Nov. 

The Exprtiition, .Souttar, from London to Peterhead, tun 
^keo 98d Noveuiber, by La Pommanrel privateer, of 14 guus^ 
belonging to UunkiVkt and arrived at Embden. 

The Peggy, Inch, from Sligo to Liverpool, ts lost at tjlc Isl« 
of Man. Crew and {Misscngers drowned. 

The Samuel, Mttcblnson,theAnn,Corafaol, and itnnlher brlg> 
name unknown, Vrere driven on shore In a gale of » ind, the S3d 
I Novemhel- last, at Tenm Island, near Anindahl ) the Sam«el 
was totally w recked. The Ann. .iffcr being on the rocks, floated 
olf, and Was taken jposspssioft of by the DaAes, The other l>ric ' 
went to pieces, itaa it ts supposed that all on board' prrislied, 
Oapt. l^itrhinsoni and Capt.' Corufobt, (along with six otbrrel 
inailet*eir escape hy ovtrp<iiVerlug th» ereW of* boat which 
svas escarthig them to the main land, and are arvWed te tbU' 

The Vautidor, ITom, froM Ike nmzUs, is dctaloed hj Sit 
^idney Smith's squadron, and sent J|qto Plymourtls, 

PoRTSMOtJTH, Jaw. 14.—" It has blown a g«l* vt «(«d all 
'tfav from the S. W.' A brig, name unknown, -it mt shore (m 
the SKnd Head."- ... 

The Mar}', Frederick, frmn Vlr(<ilila,(s detained by the Llwlf 
privateer I the ITIysses, Farara, fr<Hn Rtiy Janeiro, is4elaln^ 
by Sir Sidney Smith's s4|aadron)-aBd are sent into PlymMitb, 

The Minerva, St^inson, from London to Surinam, pit Inl*' 
FiflmoDtlrSth in^^tnnt, parted from his Majony'tship Astteaj 
find Convoy, on 28th ult. in lat. 46. long, II. 14. witbtke wiM ■ 
strong at W.N.W. 

The Bnropa, "WttUoo,' from London,) aaothHr'af fte ><^i ), i« 
'put Into Crookbavea. 

, The Alexonderi Westcott, from • — ^, «•■——, Is slraad^ 
near Long Island. N«ir York. Very little - of tbo cnif;o «■• 
pected to l>e saved. 

Tile Hfthnah, • CtOaeA, ftom Washinf^on -to - DfliaJOiea, pat 
|nto Port Royjil, Jamaica, Sth November, being Jenky. 
' The Active, ContCsi which wa> oii shore AeAr Weymoatb, ia 
rot olT and arrived in that hnrtniwr. - 

The Portuguese ship HercOlA, «ti0O tons, from Rio Janeiro ' 
,to Lisbolii' dMBi««* by (he (inyliMnd letter of Mari|Ue, Af 
UaeMMcy, ira> ti W a ll v latt Ion the caaat «>f inrkiod (oeur Traler) 
onSlatvHi E^tqf the|»e«r.dirosMieil) aatoog ikeia tw«i tiiea 
belonging to the Ureyhouiid. 

Tfae (rharMteg- >(<(*?» King, -aod the AdtHmture, kte Pape, 
of London, were weH'in nelaga Bay 1st iif Aiigutt, 

Theslokcpk and Sdwaftl,.!>mUlieil, from -iiocrasey to Dover, - 
trat taken >a tlie -night of' 4th uutant, by a privateer ott' 
Dover Pier, and carried iitte Calais. — Several other vesieb Isuve 
(aMiy been carrM'into (hat port; anong the soiakcr three 
Americans, endasiveof ths Hvadcs. 

The Hawke, Pnhley, from' JParismsath to Hajpti, p«t line 
f nheeatli, 8tb 1n»t.'witii dnmag«k 

The Handelaar, Scbalts!, bound to Btrinen, Is detained by lb« 
Ernest gw>>hrigt the Al^onda, Oerdes, and the Unekrtt, £ngle« 
from Kergen te Amsterdam, are taken by the-Pincbcr gun^Mig, 
and seat hrte Yfirffleatki 

The .Velson, Wantrs, from Cork to London, is tol^a add car* 
ried IM* 81. Malocs. 

. The f>Ucity, Cooler, Mm Cork ta Loodoo, U takes aotf 
carried Uta Calais. 

The Orand NapnIetUt privateer, captured 31st air. the brif 
Olana, from Cerk to Loailoa.-'^teniel rf« Gtmmtrttt td Ittti 



tHE NAtlOjfAL ftfiGISTER. 

JJtN. 17, 



tooBT o* cajKcenr, Liscoi.s'i-inii bjcl, ims 


The ConrJ woi nccupifd Qrarly the whole day in discussing 
lliuik.rnpt fcljlious. The only question of miv public interen 
«a>, wlirther joint ereJilors ran prove their drUls a^in^l ihr 
K|i<tratcr«(»tAitf a.jittgt itebtur,'— After hearluK Sir Sttmiiel 
Komllly and Mr. Conlt, the C'kaiirHli>r obtervrd, that quei- 
tiouf l»elwciij joint anl senaratefr^(liti)r> had been frequ.-nH> 
lili^trd during the Uisl crntur.v, and varioiu opioiou aa.l rulej 
kad bipen olitaiiied. I.iird llnnlvt ick thi)U);ht that joint fredilor> 
could not prov« against the teparati? eslaic of a joint debtor :— 
Lord 'i'burlow, however, dee^>ly ciin>i(lercd the subjiet, and 
ruled the contrary opini'in. Lord RomIvu inrlinrd to the for- 
mer dictum, BPd laid If there wii» any t'hing like a joint fund, 
were it only 5s. the joint rrriJitorE ronid u»t prove ai^aiust the 
wparate estate of a solvent partner. Such (hit Lords^liip said) 
he had found to be the prcvailiiip rule when he came into office, 
••d (hough he might entertain cioiibis with roperi to the prin- 
ciple, carried to iu full extent, yet he thought it heller to rou- 
tibue the rule, and deride arcordinf; to rirrunratanres when the 
questiou should be aititaied, rather than to neulccnthe preecdrai 
bV introducing moditiculion.* that mijtbt ultimately loilJ tu lid- 
ration and confusion. In (he c-isc bct'orc hiui, he thoiiglit th« 
^nint creditor! cuuld not prove under the sep.trate estate of the 
joint debtor. 

I'he ca»e of Pnreell v. Marnamara. as far as certain exrep- 
Hoiw taken to the Cluster's report are involvi'd, was derided, 
and the order mudc by Lord Ertkine and liit Honour the Master 
of the Rolls confirmed, with some trifling di'viatinn. The case, 
tn its presi-nt stage, ei^rare* uo public interest, it is merely a 
Blatter uf account. 

Law.— Sitting appointed in Aliddlcsex aad London, before 
the Uifhi Uoo. l:Ulward,L«rd Klleoborousb, Lord Chief Jus- 
tice, &c. iu and after ililary Term 180U. 

, IK TICAll. 

• Y/fimmtoj, ., Jfcn. 87 ] Thursday Jon. 88 

TuWday.... '...... Feb, %\ Thdrsdnv Feb. 4 

1ft'<>darsday \0\ Thtirsday. ........ 11. 


Saturday feb. 1 J | Mondtiy. Feb. 16. 

BltlioRtappdiDtedia Middlesex and i.and«D, hefnnr iha Ki|(hi 
U«r|>iirable iiir JaroetMaMliHd, KniKhl, l.«rd Chief .iustire 
of his M)\i«>ty's Court of Comauin eVtaa, at VVeslmiuster, in 
•ad after iiilary Term ItMtB. 

MIDOkltBX. tOKDOlt. 

Monday .....Jan. 95 I Friday; .Tan. 85 

Suurday 90 { Tuesday Feb. "i 

tiaturday F«b. 0| Monflur 8 


g»turd«]r Feb. 14 | M onday Feb. 15. 


William Chapmu, tin (^ptain of a Llvcryo*! Slwm ship, 
^«i indicted for th« wilful murder of RabertUuuD.breiipoiioc 
kirn naked lo the weather, b^ starvia^ hini, and by rcpeateS 
arts of cruel ty and ill-trcatmcni. 

.Tbe8«li«itoiwGeii(ni)«p«Md tbcrase, in the akaenoe of the 
KiUf's Advocate, when OaotKe Scott, tlic Doctor oa bo ird tha 
tbip, and principal avideDre, tomctbe* with sovenil of ti^ ship's 
crew, were called to corroborate ibe ras* mada eut> Th« sub- 
stance of tkeirerldeBcv was a* follows >-~ 

The deceased was swit oat by one of the owners of the ship. 
•od it appeared tbnl th« Captaia bad taken an early dislika to 
bin, frofli a nspici«n that be wks placed on board as a spy ou 
the conduct of tne ship's officers. The ship had not left Liver- 
pool moi«ttMn a moaih, whta tbe deceased havlac spill some 
molafies, received Ivr 4oc«s lashes by tb« Captain'-* oilers. 
From that line, Hepi. I80fttni the 81st of March I80T, the de- 
feased experiroeed an uoinfermptrd series of iU-trralaraat and 
priratioa. Every faalt, though of the mast trivial vorl. was 
visited with the serrrest r.hattiicmeol ; — ile «a*<ai|ieair4 hours 
tdgethcr with a chain r«iui4 bto mbMIe, aad IrftswiwiBf in an 
■ boritootal positina»he was tici ap by tbeeefdt, nsteesjasl 
toachioc the 4e«fc, till be wa* atarly MrsBiJed t be was afain 
sutp<!nd«d by the tr(s, witii kia brad 4»wawar4s. bis tifers' 
«adi Nitiag ufoa tbo halfkir^rt» till Ibe blood, iiaviii{ in«r- 

charged the vessels of (he head and brain, be beeoate. iasei^lble 
Affain be was exposed naked to the weather, aod compelird, ii 
the midst of a cold rai.n, to wring oat the swabs, and was em- 
pinjed to ens^y the tubs in which the slaves dojinsited tbeii 
nlth. On one occasion, when he bad upset one of these tiibi 
upon the deck, the Caplaio beat him with a handspiiie, and 
bruised and larcrated bis body in a must piliahte «Tay ; the 
blood flowed from hi« head andcoverrd his suouldcrs. He like- 
wise had his bead half shavrd and painted, his body marked uiih 
'olourc, and <iuiprndrd by his wrists, tird at the extreme end uf 
a lifiiomstirk. In this way he left tlie slaves upon drrk lo 
laui(ii at him. His daily allowance was a poooa of yam or 
hrcad, and (liree half piolf of water, an^, of Course, his body 
l>et-aio« emariatrd, and hit flesh and sirenKtli dwindled awa>. 
fie svas also brat over the fare and eyes with the bauille nf'a 
cat, and these various arts ofrrurllv and chastiseiurnt rcpralril 
nlmoei daily.— The latt act of crnelty, however, was when (be 
|)oor wretch was discovered In iiig in the place where the pigs 
were kept. Hea{aiuu>«d tlu- h:uidspike, and beat him with 
it from liead to fool. The fleccaSed craH led to the forerUstle, 
where b« lay with a mat to rwvrr him, imapabtc of moving. 
ill- continued in thai situation till he explrrd about three or 
four da>s after. The Captain wa* told of his death, nod rt- 
rlaimcd — "D — n hi's eves, throw him Overboard".** The hoc- 
tor's description of the<te;.d body wis a* ibUows !^" The faie 
waa to swelled that bis cjc? roold not be seen, his hf»d 
was also swclledt and Iiis hair riotted with bluud — his breast 
Ixme «turk out like a wcdjie — bis back appeared to be bumped 
— his belly was shrunk in — bi< whole frame Emaciated, and liii 
body covered with bruisesi" 

The Prisoner, w hen railed on" for bis defence, gave in a 
written paprr, stating, that he had the nii>fortua« to have a 
turbulent aod mutiuouscrcn, and that be W3< roiupeltrd lo have 
recourse to severities in ordwr to maintain his command. Smith, 
the gunner, after disobeying his ordrrr, said, be bad the key sf 
the maf^azine, atid wnut'd blow up the ship; aod on another 
orrai«inn eleven out of twenty-five of his crew went onshore, 
fn short, that the whole was a coiiKpiracy to takeaway hit 
life, aod the chnrge hail been made up by the Doctor out ofse- 
venge, be (the Prisoner) having punished biiu for his mil- 

Mr. Justice Le 'S\mt wmmed up the evidence, ant aftr^ 
commeiitiiigal great length, said it was a question pnrrlv wiih 
respect to lliu credibility of witnesses. If they heiievrd the 
facts deposed on the part of the prosecution, they ccrlaiiily 
amounted tn murder ( but if they thought the fUcts bad hrrn 
overcharged, and the case bad be«^n made out from motives of 
|>ique, rather than of public justice, then they would take the 
improbability of the case into consideration,' andsay whether, 
under all the circamstaoces, the Prisoner was aot'intitiod to 
theif acquittal. 

TheJury withdrew at five minutes after nine at night, and 
did not return with their Verdict until ten minutc« after three 
iu the moraine, 'When they urbDouoced the UefWidanI— Aof 
OW*j(. ^ • 

The Prisoaer appeared quite cool nnd indiOCrrrnt duHng the 
whole trial t nor did fie seem 'to feel the least emtUian wfacu (he 
seateMe of . acquittal was proaounced. 



The Sessions of User aod 'ferminer fnc London and MiMle- 
sex cumnleaced, before tlie Chief Bare* Macdooald, aod 
Justices Hooke and I.nwrc«ce« 

Isaac Castle was capitally Indicted for'aosaoltins and robbing 
Mary Little on the King's highway. In the eourse of the evi- 
dence it appeared, that while llic'prosrciarix, ia the evening) 
was turning out of Moane-street into Hans-place, tie pr'uoncr 
came behind ber, anl taking bold of ewof her legs, pulled her 
down, and robbed her of a silk sbawt, with irhitb'be ran oi. 
He was« however, apprcheaded, cairicd before the Hev. ft- ». 
Dudley, and coaanitled. The rate beiof now clearly biougnt 
haaie, be was found sia%s—Dfth. The prosecutrix most ewni' 
e>i|y recommended ine prisoner to mercy. 

Bica Crocbie was eapiUtly Indicted (br stealing IS (•!•»<'' 
aad 14 hatf-guiaeas, the property of busaaaa Pettfer, in her 
dwelii'ng bouse. ' 

It appeared, Ibnt Mrs. Potter kept a public bou* at Brmt- 
ford, and that the prisoaer bad lodged in her bpuse the night be- 
fore the robbery. Mrs. Potter had made up fbe sum of ■>••?/ 
mentioned in the indictment ia order to i>av some of ber biu<> 

mentioned in the indictment in order to i>ay 
It into a bag, whioh th 
mornimahe happetied 

and bad It put into a bag, whioh ibe deposited In the tlU Jo «»« 
har.^la ibemoraiagahe happetied to go eat, aad then Iml toe 

•*fnE NAtloi^AL REGIStEH. 


ptiui^'ialke lap-room. On hrr return the pri$«nfr was piDf ' 
tiiiafiag occaiiof tv tooV into th<- (tU. st)e Couad her moiwjr 
*opw«, ilp9n which she sus|»ec»d tilflViaODcr, and iKimpdi- 
aWvraiinja.bueaiKl cry after her, the .«9» apiJMhended, and 
atn iftoK i} oiagi-trate. tlie iirispner threw htrsijlf on 
kef karti before itr pr.iMculrix, and jiroducinf; the bap ^ith 
iW mnir ip fl,.riinfrssed that jhe haJ sloleii it. The m.igi; trate, \ 
ternii^'fi^ jiimself l>nnad lo commil the prisoner, anit the fact 
bnng Ihu rk'irly etuhlUhedi .the was found guilt) , but re- 
oaaniMlAmerrv by thejury. 

ijefixrlhe I/nmivn Jdry tire disthift ftW'es wefe bford, in 
ill of which the pri;nneh ir^rC uiider the ajsr of IS i an4 what 
i.rMjtremartnbU, they wfre all tbmW gaHty, and all, excrpi 
itt, rfcgnin eaBe a totltelittmanc ciiiiii\d^ratiod df life tJOart 

'TMUaSDAV, JAW,' 14. 

Jdn little irai ioificied for burglariously breakmi; and enter- 
ivikrboaie of AfaiyJ^avey, nu4 stealing; therefrom ieVeral 
Miitlaiifwearii^ apparel. — Verilict Oiutty. • . 

JtksCoatesand John Badger, two very jnunshoys, were in- 
bled iiir a buri(lary , iii breakiuj; abd cnteriaf; the dweUing- 
hHifiehnDoward, and straling a |;ierc of Iruh doth and 
miilii kandkcrchieft, bi« property. — Bulk Ou7(j|. 
(im^c Kitddasd Thonus DonaT.iD were indicted for (tealinfc 
lfal;.||fe sheep, the property of Jareet Burarll and Robarl 
Snii, w the 'iUth of December intl. Klevep witnesses gave 
lUdiahoit abutcbrrat Pimliro) a niou CKceOent dutraetel'. 
tktiuy Kithdren', h-n0h found a verdict otOuiUj. 

rnibaY, jakbary 15. 
■im Tkmpsmi was iadleted for (he wilbtl Uiirdrr of Joseph 
Wilkfr, a bUck sailor, on the liCih of, Oeceuiher iast, iu i)en- 
■srk.«reel, HatclUrHifbna.t. It appeatcd in evideace that 
ii^aaml had ariirA betweea the prisoacr and the deceased, in 
ikcouieof whirh the foniier tvas mi^ch bruised j that she 
tsdtustieil to exditde him front lier lodj^inj^ but tliat be at- 
■qapird tnin tn get in. n^hea u sru^eenmed, and thu deceased 
nrdtcd nc wound whicb caused hit death. Several persons 
pir Ike prisoner a K«ad. character. — The Jury found her 
fiilty of MiwiimigUer. 

.nit ICO follow iag wemor.^pitaJly convicted :— 
Mante UaTis was ctmv i<tp4 of ii«e rotriiery sf Chwles Titii> 
tiS,« lad about 15, pultin^bim in frar,ai)d takio); from hisuer- 
Mstalf'^rowa piece, iu UyuU^sireet^lit. GileV*t "•> ^^ 1^1'* 


EUabrth Mioster, for MeatinK l9yard«of ma<^IUi, 83 yards 
•fwart, &r. of Thomas l^rl)«il and Price Ja^ei Evans, in 
ltntdsclling>fcaas^. '• . '_ 

«ATt:iiOAT,,.iiir. 16. 
Ms Adams was indicted under ihe lillfnhorotagh Act, for 
''UjaadmalieiiHtsly cutlin;^ and nlalnSin^ XViinam Bennett, 
•jAtoScer, whh intent to murder him. 

*^ Bmnen, the prosecutor, stated, tWt on the 19th of 
^ If went with, a brother otTiCer, tu quell a rint in 
■^■Nr^trret, Stepney, and whil^t advinlnp a uonian who stood 
llkurfet, to go home, a man, whmn the prn«erntsr could not 
'^U, rushed fMim a eourt<, auarked hiin with a weapon 
'M kt Mpposed i« be iron ) be wot k.aackBd dooa. and UmI 
■pml rats aud bruifcft on the head, ao»|af whiclpi fritclurod Us 
'tiin,aa4 he was several -week« under the bandit ofa lurgesiu. 
^.^—ffoB proved ih^t the iirpierutbr had snttntned a serious 
'^vyftom the wwuimIs itad broises be had received. — The p«t- 


lATVSDAT, Ja:S. -M. 

^»IH«»CT. — The fanowiog fiffeen joufivymen bnot-ma- 
y» '» tlie employ of Mr. Ijmcbc'er, buot-iuoker, in ileet- 
**"*» six. («ill)erl, We»ton, I'osle'ri ' Kelfurd, Tbonipsoo, 
wiwril, G. Griiniiey, Curtis, R. (iriiiibey, Bitker, Stuart, 
WUMS,.llHsaa^ RoftstAi, and l{akw,-w«s» -indicted fur uiv- 

^^''•••l"""!? together to prerent ather jmmeyncn from 
9*^1 ■• tfcrir iradrt w lihout aa increase of wares. 
**H»nti, by tbc statetnmt vf Mri Kbapp and the testlmo- 
^ srtlautti, that' the defrndnntt were workmen io the eat- 
'?'■' *•»• Umebeer, sotaesreeks previous to September last, 
V**fsa*ra| ttrik* took p)ae»,- in eoii.iequencc of the prnse- 
y_*** ckoMtog t« tabvit to- seme resolution, passed at a 
7X2?'"'** '^ *t4ff (9 obiaio an iorreotc ef wages, till- 
wtMriatdninaaBof thesbopMSeetlngs. By the steps taken 
l^m*Meyaai,the criiextemkd tbnwgh the Uetropoiii, 
jg". *l '—, .aad other provincial town?, and to the Lioited 
^^t^Tkcthap.^•mmilleesatat theCrooked Billet, m Shire- 
^^■■•.•♦TjffMlMeMlW shop in London sent two Ueirfatet 
" Hk Co — i it tte M Uwir epriMnutivas. UilbeK, address* 

ed the meeting, and Paster drew up fesrflutlons, requirin; %^ 
advance nf wages i which, on being presented to Mr. Liiucbeer, 
were rejected, and mgenerai Hrikc whs the'Consoqaeoce. All 
those who had struck were to be aHowed seven ibiUing*, pra< 
vided thiey citoie te'go into the country, aad an rilo trance wtllt 
to their wives and childlen,' from the shop fund. Tbc- case of 
the journeymen was represented at daDgeraus, and «o Mr. UimC' 
beer applying-to Northamplon for wnrkinen, was disappoiotcd^ 
The JDiiineyt>entber« having correspnoded with those in LdodoB. 
All the prisoner* we re found Cwfty. 

ACCIUENT8, &c. • 

A tcriaai'aectdent bappened on Wednesday to Mr. G. ti. 
Heam, a yoiiie geatlemaa who tcsides in Portli(nd-place, oc- 
casioned by ihe restivrness of his hor«!. Mr. lleom had pur- 
chased the horse, which had a good deal of blood, so recently 
as Saturday last, and he had not mounted him but twice before. 
On taklog him out of a stable io an adjoining mews, the animal 
began to pl^ as usual by rising gently befarej and a gentleman 
who accompanied Mr. Ilearn advised him to disisonnt, to pre* 
vent an accident. The horse went quiet fora.sbon distance and 
began to pliinge, and on his rider ctappiiig spars tu uim h* 
reared, and fell over on. his back. Mr. H. was taken from 
under the animal with bis shoulder dislocated, and bis head 
dangefoosly fraetured. fie was taken Into tbe bou^ of Mrs. 
ileam, but we understood that apprahentions were'enlertitined 
of tbe accident proving fatal. 
.,Ab |aqolslii«4 was uken last week, at a pahUc^homenear 
Newington, on the body of a young man of tbe name of Turner, 
%vb«-«e|.hit-dea(h la the fields, by followtiK a companion witli ' 
a gun, ^on Sunday morning, — It appeared in evidence that th« 
deceased was clerk h> a wh«Iesale boilte In St Giles's, and he 
went out with thepttrtes beloogiitgto tlic same boose, on Sunday 
iiuiriiing, to shoot taall birds. Tb« porter was making a leap , 
dawn a bank oTerthe ditch, when tbe bntt of the- gun da«hi>(I ' 
atalnst the bank, by hismlsstng his step, and it we«t off. Thtf 
deceaaed war stand4ng on the bank, ready -to get'over Che dllcb 
also, and- he received the charge about the brad and shoulders, 
'anditirTlved bat a few minutes. A bye-stander witnessed the 
arcideni, and corroborated the testimony. — Acddmtat Dtalh. 

■A youug man, 88 yean of age, tbe son af a» opuleat.liqiwr 
raercbant, tlaadi charged with having committed a ra|>e on a 
woman, <A yean-of age, and a widow, in St. Anne's pttrieb, at 
whose house be bad apartments for the aieommodatioo of a 
fav uu r lit fema le. The young damsel had recently einpett TMto 
her father, a shoemaker, in Uloofflsbiiry parish, ajid her retreat 
having kcea discovered, site was taken borne by the fatttM- oa 
Sunday evnting, which fact was not her protector 
UMil' tite foUowloff. night, wlieo ho ratled for her at etevM 
o'clock t U was then that the rape issaid lo b'4Ve been commllted ' 
oirtbe hmdladyirf the lloiise; The slRlir wlU be puUld'y luveu- '' 
tigatcd in a day or tw o. 

' MARRIAGES. . . . 

Lord Keith letl Mist Thralc to the Hymeqial AJtac at Ra»«* 
gate, on Sunday |las't. ' ' ... 

At Kt. Cieorge's,' Ilan'ovcr-square, Josbna Sydney Hortoa. 
Esq, Captain of hi* Mnjesty's ship Princess of Orenge, to Mrs, 
Whorwood, widow of the' late II. M. IVborwood, Ksq af 
Ueadington House, O.tfordsMte. -" 

Lately, the celebrated jockev, Mr. Francis Bnckle, of (««g 
Oftoo, ^id late of Newmarket,- to MisS .lane Tboroteo, 
youngest daughter of Mr. T. Thornton, of Litrhfield. 
Lord Alexander Gordon, wcoiid son of tbe IMihe of Gordoa, 
at Edinburgb, in th«84th yearuf hisage. laeoasequeore of his ' 
death, the Hou*s of Qurdon, Itedforil, Risbaiiind, Manchester^ 

and Comwallis, go inte mimrniug 

Wediwtday, at her bnuke . in Pnrtland-place, the Hon. Mn. 
'S. V'urtley iMackenzie, after a Ionic illness. 

Ou thebth instant, al Klio Itnuse, Kifeahire, Itir Pliitip An- 
stnitber. Barf. Ha is sueeeeiird in iiit title and estates by tkft. 
Rigiit Honourable Sir Jobo Aiistruther, Ban. late Chief' Jus- 
tice of iieogal. 

Philip Cokby, Esq. Admtntl of the Red, at hit hoase Iil 
Alfred-ltrcct, Bath, on jiunday marnirg last, in the 60tb year 
uf his 8f«. ... 

Angelica Kaofman, a celebrated artist, at Rome, on 7tb 
JS'uv. last, in the 6}th year of her age. Her funeral wai at- 
tended by several Nobility, 100 'trclesiastics in the habits of 
their or^n, and a great numbt>r of Members of the Literary 
Societies at Rome. Some of her best pirtnre; were displayed 
la t^a procetsiOB, borne upon tbe !iliouldere of the menroers. 

At Paris, on.theS4th ult. MadiuAc La i'ayettf. She- rras the 
dangbler of the Duke U'Ayen, son of tbe Manbal D* SotUr.i, 
and wife of Cieaeral La Fayetto. 


^Hi) HATimAl tLEGtStm. 

Sa^. ifi, 




Faibat, J ah. l&.-^TMt day's marfcet WK tolemblyMp- 
ftW-Wiib Wheal, and OMnplei of the best qualitiet prodaced 
an increase ia ptiot — •• aUo a few lamples at 6ne Ilartey. No 
Blmatiea ia tke price of Malt. Whil« Pease ratkw daaner. 
hM» of botk mtta itetf their prices. The (uppUei of Oats 
were large. Rape Seed advaaced ia pric^; . - . 


WjKat -. 40 * 

J1nc ditto - - - - 88 a 
llje (New) - * - - <» * 

Barley S« a 

Matt (New) - - <■ 68 a 
'\VkitePea*r,lN>ilcr»U4 a 
Grey Pease - - - - SC a 

Beam ...... 54a 

-TJckO»tto(OW) -"50 a 

lYMi » 30a 

rataad ditto - - - 39 a 
Kape S«e4 £99 « £95 
>'ine Floar - - - - 59 a 
tteconds - 50 a 

>. rJin>AY 

06 Wheat 
72 Fineditto 
80 Rye (New) - - 
48 ' 


f ■* 
Is a 


Birley - > 38 a 

Malt (New) - - 86 a. 

While Prate,t»onj:n 156 a 

Grey Pease - - - - JW 

Beam -.-..- 56 a 

Tiek ditto - - - . 58 a 

Oats --.--.- 30a 

Pulaod ditto - - • 40 a 

Fine Flour - - . - 55 a 

Seconds .... - 50 a 




Retarnof Wheal ia Mark l4Uie, iacladioi; ody from tha SSth 
PercaAer t* the Sd of Jaauary, agraeahleto theoewAei. 
Total, 3,998 qoarten. — Average price 76s. Q^d. 

AfKltAaK PHICb. Hit cons PHU. tkUAHTMU, 

In Great Rritaia, fur the Weeic ending January 

£>«. Ir fFoia*. 




s. d. 
47 II 
89 y 
S» 4 

Reaas • • - , - . 
p«at(- - . - . . 

Bif f 


- 6t 

• ii« 

• 40 

- .O. 

L'XBaHMi^>-CORN iMsVuCTOR'S &f;$i;aN, Jam- 1^ 

. u, vtl^t. >£. a. i > jtf. ». <£.'•. 

1|lh<at,MrM:' -)• '4 ■ MLIO 1 0«C*, ^ery. «»H» M » » ♦ 

Bafl«5,p«r4|rt t 17 a j! if Brans, do. - Ilk % t * 

Pease i^.S |8i. a A.S Os. per (faarter. 

Co«|nited firoai the Mtarns joade for the Weelt eadtay tke ISth 
•f Jaoaargr, 1806, U ^M I5t. l^d. per cwt. ezclasiTC of the 
IlPty ot' Customs paiii or p^yaUe thi:c«on oo the ljapart«tioa 
thereof into ilreat Britain. 



Kent • 
HaMK ' 







a 6 


4 la 

a 5 




a 5 



Kent - - . 

Sussex - * 
Farnhan - 

£. t. if. s. 

4 15 a. 7 

4 16 a 5 16 

8 O a 10 


£. s. d. £. I. d. £. i. 4. 

St. JaiMs'si Har ---4 4 OaO OAveraxeS S 9 
Stiaw 119 0a8S0---8 9« 

WhHechapei, Hay .--44ea660'<-5Vl 
CloVer '-SIO OaO 18 •'- 6 4 
Straw .<.114 OaS S '■>' 118 

SmUhfidd, Hay -.'4 4 OhSIO 4 IT 

CloTcr -^5 5 Oa6IO •-• 6 IT * 
Straw ■» • - I H a 8 8 - - - 1 19 

■" • ! [ PR^CK OF MEAT, 


s. 4. Si d. 

Be^ .......3 6a4 8 

IHutton -•••-3 10 at 

Veal -.-6 8a< 6 

Purk 4 8aS 4 

Lamh -....0 OaO 
Friday.-— Beasts, 

• BWCAIti & I.KjLDERaALt.. 
*. d. S. d. 

Beef --'«.-8 8a4 8 

Mutton ' - a 4a4 8 

Veal - - 4 4a 6 4 

Pork --4 4a5 4 

Uuah.- ---..0 OaO f 

1,100 ^Shcep and lambt, - - 5,000 

- 180- PIpi - - : - 400 


MoiiD«.r, Jaw. H. — Bryaa'>«60. ) Xeaton, 93».9d.t Wall's 
End (BeH'<) 63s. 64. i Wall's Ead (Ras«cn's)53s 0d.| Wall's 
End (Temple's) S3s. M.| Hartley, 4Ts. 6d. ; T»ii8d4.5«s. t 
PoBtop, &t«. Od. t Team, 48s. 8d. i Benton, 4««. M. t lilliMM, 
40a.6d.f T«wtily,50s.( Mary HUl, 44b td.t Percv, 68s. 94. » 
GightAa, 48a. 64. ^ Hebbam, 58s. Sd. t Heatai^ &8s. 94.-60 
■hips at Market, sale general, 44 sailed, 15 loaded. 

W«iiii)M»AT, Jam. 13.— Adairt, 5(k. j Balsar'a MBin,45s.t 
Blyth,46s.0d.| Bryan's, 60s. | Croft's Mala, 49s. i XJlisoo's' 
Maia, 49s. Sd. { Hartley, 47s. ; Heatm Main, 58s. tdi i Heb- 
himi Main, &«s. 64. i Latimer, 44«. 94, i IMrton, 44s. i KealM 
Mala, ass. Od. t Pert^ Maim Mi- 96. t Towuley Mate, 4Sla.| 
Wail's End (ItaHSetrs), 58t. t MWl's End (Tenir>«'»)« A*h M. i 
WaU't End ( Bell's)^ 53s. 94, | Walker, 50a, »4< « W hitefieM , 
46*. ( Wyimn Moor, 50*. ( ' WorOeyt ;fi0s^ NowbotUa Bum 
Moor, iM.— 80 Ships at Market, 45 sold ; 9 saHedi 

Fnil»AY,JAK. 15.— Adair's Maia,6ba; Baker'i Main, 4Ts. I 
Eightoa Muor^ M.». 3d,: Fjtkon's MMn, hls.'^. t Hartley, 
dSt. 3a. I ' MalyweU Mai^, ftls. M: { Mnria*. 4((s. j tonm 


56i. « Walker, 53». 64.' ; Beura Itfoor, 51s. M. ; Ut<hftiM, 
5lB.6a.— 40t<»itna>«at»««.8»soM{ naweiwilpd . ai la ' 

PttlCli OK 'i^ALLOW, PER CWTi 

StnC t « • . - 58 
Soap, yellow - 00 

nuttded 00 

' Curd - •: 00 

I moaldtdii. 

d. s. 
a it6 
Oa 13 
Oa 13 


d. s. d. 

Town Tallow 00 

a 78 -6 



White, do. - - 00 


Soan, - - * - 00 
Gra^a 00 

• ad» 

Oa f) 

Good On^ • 00 

Oa » 


BaakStoek. ,. 

S per Cent. Reduced. 
SperCeat. CaiMil.. 
4 per Cept. Coa«iL . 
• per Ceat. Navy Aan. 

» J>er Cent. 1797 

Bapk Lou( Annuities 
IV^SycrOt. Ann. 
De. Abb. far 86 Years 
Idsh 6 p<r Ceat. 
ladia Stork 
lolpth Sea Stock 
Old Almoitles . . 
E8«b. Bills, Sid. V 
tottery Tickets 


Qonsots for ... 

TatlowatSt. Jaaies*s,4s.4d. Clare, 4s. 44. aad Wbitrchapei, 

4,h 34.— .Vvera<e 4s. 44. |l«r sUmmateUt. 
Il l i Mi liii i i Mfagaagaaaa— a— «a*—ja— aaMBaaaa* 
Amtierdam 36 T 8 UirBilboa . S9i i(igbt34 II . I'alermo 9«d.p«ros* 
Rotterdam II 8 8 U. Lccbora 494 
aaoberih 34 44UI. G«no« . ..45} 
All«aa....34 6 ^U. V^ois* . . 68 ioeflixt. 
Paris, I day's Sartes ..48 

date .... SS 6 Lisboo...00 

Do : . 83 10 8 U. C^orto . . ^ . 

Bourdeaax . 83 10 Dublin . . 11^ P^ v'^ 

MadrU....40 effec. Cork... Hi 

Cadiz 90| ea-ec.p<. DoL5s.<id.' 

Agio of Bank on Hotlatnl 54 per (.'ent. ^ .. 





Waterbrd ., 
Gurasey .... 
Jenrv ...... 

■ % 




M. /•• r. nmrvji; Ur»kn; lit, <>«*/«. 

Pllated'aod PuMisfaed by and for J. B. BELL and J. DB CAMP, at the Ofllce of Lt Buu Mande ; or, LUermy taii Fiiitio"* 
«»<r Mtnif, No. 1 1. «ai^rjiy.«««ft, §ftaA i Mkl sarrlH M ef alt tke MkwMM la tiM Vaitti Wnif*"' 



#nc litnt,,tfin^titntfsn.'dnti'1Lstt.l. 



SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1808. 

PuirE 8tf. 




•eUgfflbs bis M^ty't $pee«ll exched moT«>aozio«i «x> 

^ruiIm than at the prcMot iqoMett. The criiiml and extra- 

oiiiorj itate of <mr foreipi reUtioDf, the (tggalar mini- 

Ktiwiai(diKa«i0U tn^wbich we b^yc lMd> beck iovolved, 

■Itkfiatlao sf peace or war lo importaal t» in aad to tbe 

vmt, would, it was expected, bare tbe noit intereitiac 

G|h irtwD opoa tketq by tbii oflieial docomeDt. If tbeie 

tVUBiijB. be not whoHy realised, they are so, at least, in 

fUl ad ifibcre U aatcb wbicb ite itUl wisk tacce exjAalo- 

■intta, boweva%p«ettj daariy dteers tbe srptimeats of oar 

IlWllai, aad tbe Use of caodiict wbicb they {Mend to purMw. 

*t («M hare «rMi«4fo'^ the Speech more salUfactory ; 

te Kcdtf at least endeavdnr, 'h a short conmentary, to jiv? 

iW piUie aa eaplkit view of Ifi contents and defects. 

tkt ^M«b iniH«4ialtly proceeds to ia&tn a*, »* Thai bo 

" •stavbad.tbe nwiK of tb* N^otiaiioas at TilsU cet^naed 

" *keI«lhM*LL«iid rontronl of Fraac« orer the Powers of tbe 

" CsMfaeM, than hb M^eity was apprised of the idtentions 

" «(ih« 9919 to tgnitiot those t'ouen io ope fienei^ Coat 

* j ^f yn <• >» jfected-eWwr to the .entice Mri^HMMiiM *f 

* *•*■••■«. '«v««a4b»tavaihap«paM bi» Mi^y w iaH<' 
" cmtti t(ao«tiilMi reace.— That for tWs purpose. It was 
*4<w^bedtB fotceintobosttlityaiaiDst l)ts Nsjesty, SUtes 
" ■UAhilMthMria bt^enaWowcd by Frawx to mai«taiB of 
" to mrt a w tbctr ;w««»ti^ t and to bri^ «• bear >viiast 
" UtRM pMBts aTM* imiwty't doMiaioat, the whoif of the 
" V* fane of Eaivye, aad e»peetally tbe fleets of Portocd 
"•iiJVwa*." . 

% prafTspb aAtdt loacb room for ubserratioa.. No 
■**wis«ede of tbe sec^ article* •€ the Treat; of tUsit, 
^Miast fomeriy bats Katad to caataia the actaal ttnw vf 
^"■Meiacy agabact as : it is act evdi biated that sorb secret 
"^ut n existence. The vse wbicb wDI be ntade, by the 
^>>eiof GoTcnuBeat, of this silent retractation, ii not d^ubt- 
'U- tWy wili insist that ear Uibistcrt were originally doyed, 
^iMc Wte iafarauitioa, into a belief that secret article* did 
"Mh the Treaty of TiMtt that they have siac«t discorered 
1^ tteheod of iheir iufomier ; but tlMt harin)( acted too far 
^UidliciatelligeBceiSbaiaeprrreals tbeinfrsntdlaavowio; 
'■■Itspthcr, aad they therefore canfioe themselves to speaking 
"■tii|(aMal lenaa, aad passin; aver is sHeace partitiilari 
*Ueh«i|ht be itfated and exposed. They iw ill orgc that ne 
>"••« left wholly to coifiectare, whether the hostile confc- 
*<ncy fcnse* a part of tbe Treaty of Tilsit, or was a sabse- 
^°nl<naactioat and that no bint whatever is girea of tbe 
*"«t ii vUcb his Majesty becaiiio apprised of tbi« coiabbM- 
*«• Veiboald be heartily s<»rry to find that this wereac^ 
<^t the caw with ov MiaMin, aad we still hope that they 
■•J^ »We Is gire taoie satisfactory eiplanatioo : but if they 
^JJ^*** be A\t to do to, either frooi the d«ficie|icy of their 
'*'*"■(<■. or from the a4ture of the channel tbiouch wbrrh 
"*" focwsd, deeply it is to b« regretted that they erer 
^ <Mr nnsaret oa thi* fa«a4atini. It will caate their 
fr^^*^ be ipeatieaed by tlie preseat geaeiaUoa. and ta 
'B* U&»juti«B respcctiac tb< cneorv's intentions afkiaU 

I \ w i,^ aea8aaaaagaaaM»cag»aaja;=g;gwBBiW8|iy 
Portugal wa* aat derlTod from any vsguQ or suspicious suprfe f 
it wat diractly coOTBuairatod by ^a (oraraaeal of Portamk 
The frinidly assutaaots iif thi|t Court,! I is stated, prefsateil fit 
from talttng any fbrtible measures to secire it| Sret aad Its idis 
pity. Why , it oiay b« asl^cd, ww not the same re)laace pliu»4 
on tbe (oad faith of P«iw«rk ; At tbf (ine wbcw tbe atta«)^ 
was made, it laight base beeadlScult to answer this interna 
fation I bat the rttult of tb« confidence w* placed ia th« Fori 
togueae, way now Mure Ministers to thil>l( tlifir treatment of ihf 
Oaan tbe wiser measure. The Prince R ^u n t of Portoco] pr<« 
pared Indeed for emiciatioii, bnt h« stHl deprecated ibc arrival 
of our Aeets ia bit harbours 4 aad, at length, delisertd himself en- 
tirely up to tbe Kbemei of 3anapart9, nnited bireielf furiaally 
vvitb oar contiaealal enemies, and cpinineiKed hostilities agnipt^ 
qs by shutting hii ports to our trade, aad seixlng tl)e |>erson( »d4 
property of British rrsldcnts in itl> dumipiwu. The secret ap-' 
proach of the French army to Lisbon, nnd tbe Implacable hatre4 
which Booaparle denounced against the House of Bmgaiixa^ . 
again fonunatel; tamed bis affaction. to Britain, aa4 induce^ 
him to withdraw bis person and bis lkc< f^om tbe grasp of l^- 
oaparte, Otir Ijinisters may thus boast titai thcjr iateatioat 
were t^ilfiUed in both cases, io tiic one by moderation, \f^ tbfl' 
other by Tiolence t but unfortunately the former hat been fo)r 
lowed by little praise, ^Dii tbe latter cootiave* to be ^ofsued b v' 
d«tp obloquy. 

The sp«aob proceads to (tate the nceaai of the 9fn% with 
Ru-sia, Austria, and PniMia; and the departure ofthe Am- 
bu«sadon of these powers from th|s coifutry. It it stated, that' 
,iiciiher Austria nor Prussia l^ave gireo any reasoii fur this pro- ' 
ceedil^r, aad indeed they must l>e considered as wholly passire 
iastmm«nls in tbe habdt of France. 

It ts stated Ibat tbe Emperor of Hbffiah** attempted to Jo*-' 
tify his bottila eosdiict by a statement of wrnogs .-ind giicv'ances' 
whiob have oo real foundation ( tfant iiis Majrsty dia not refas* 
tW aMdiatiO* of that Printe*; b^ that he could not ac<^pt of it.* 
untU bis Majesty tholild ba<nR been able to atcertain that Ru$fia~ 
.nai la a condition to mediate Inpartially, and nnttl tfie p^a'* 
ciples of vihe basis on wliich France was ready t«> n^oCUUa* 
were made known to bis M.-^atty. 

' The reaioo araoed asaiost accepting the medialtoo of Rttwia,* 
would certainly be very conclusive, w«re tbe arbltratioa be* 
tween two gredPnalioiis at all similar lo the isrbitratioi) bet wee*' 
(WO indiridnals; In the latter ca^, the arbitrator Is cboseato' 
lieriit upon the pointy in dispute, and by bit ded.'thto tb* pnrtier 
pledge tti<mselT«s to stand : it fe theivfore of fhe otiBost ooa<' 
sequence that bis impartiality be aKertained beforehand, other<> 
wise the Interest* of the o<» P«rty inay he directly sarrlticed to- 
the other. Bat the part of a mediator betwebn two great 
nations Is altogtther dllKirent. Re Iscalfed upon to decide bo« 
tiling ; bit task is Jierely to receive and trammtt the firtt over* 
xnttii of bath powers, to socth by his firleiidly oflcM aiiy riiii^ 
aniaosltle* of the interMtad parties, and tt^ be tbo mgaa of{ 
comnunlcwtion when the etiqaatte andfonat af deplg«aef^ 
might occasion dangerous delays and obJtriKtians; Xone of ttia- 
priacipals io the aegpriatina is bound to aeeept any f roposbl eS' 
th* modiatar, aoless 1^ cfaue* 1 and it M ootirely (be fiaalt of tb«' ' 
amboandor, if the iftetest* of their (naatry an at aU |i(fai*dC ' 
byaqyaadaelmpartialiry. In this point of view, we ste no ' 
good n-asoD for rejecting the ntediatlon of jRuaria, because fba' 
wassuspectad of being friendly to France. If France was si»- 
«are in b<( desttea for cea«a, iUaia, if acta*ted by saagMdia 

Digitized by 



r]t liii'i 111 I ill I 
irnis, mM atiu have 


.,, 411 js ^xTicciA u majnTiai^ 

•rotiiiirTils, mi^M aliu have born dr&iriiut of peace; and in thi« 
cast brr mrdiiktioB could oiilj- ha\-e . t e ^ ^ .to i w c j e l MM a -that 
mo5t cDTiablr event. IF FrMiicc and Raiiiii were bath hullow 
in their piicilic profeuio^ y iUL acta*) nrgociulinn won'd toon 
have enabled uitu detect their iiitinccriiv, and to cspoic it lu 

Thewilher obj<'ctinn of our Ministrre to tin; acceptance of ll-e 
Tliis>ian mci!i:itiAn, their i|;norunce of the bad? on which Frnnre 
M-a* trilling t» ne'ociale, »eem» equally unfenaMft To arrnnee 
«he basis itielfwaf a matter of preliminary neirociation, in nhU-h 
the mediating power misht well bear s part t nor caA Vvi- M-e 
any rea«in wliatever, why the ncceptatifc of the Rustian metliti- 
iwa should bi deferred, dottl this arrancenieot should be coin- 
pleteil by France, and dpprovi-d by onr (iovemnient. 
• His Majesty nietitiont his cdrtcernthat the eoemy bai snfreeJ- 
fd in rendrrinjt t lie Ottoman Porte our enemy, "ftie I'rieudship 
brthe enmityof this worrt of governments, (rrfafbrrthN worst of 
• anarch iej, is of »o little importance, as scarcely to de^erTC men- 
tina among anr other truly great and interesting confcrti!. 

The Speech extols the fidelity and m.igminimity of the King 
of S» eden ; it hints that it is a eacrCd duly to renirr acsi^lance 
to that Monarch ; and expre«sesa hope Ihit Parliament will 
enable his M.'uesty to discharso .iiiv oblig.-ili.ins conlr.irdd for 
this purpoje. The conduct ofthe Kin;; of Sneden tnnard» tlii» 
country ha.occrlainlv been nieriiuriuu> ; but nednubt his ability 
in resist the powerful cimibination of the ^uri'oundir.g powers : 
and we are apprehensive that Our subsiilie» to liini will prove a< 
fruitless as they have done iu every other country of the (!:onti- 
nent of Europe. , . 

AVith regard to .^.oierica, H is slated that an attempt has been 
qiode by that Govcmment to connect with the alTnir ofthe Clie- 
sapenke, pretensions inconsistent with tHe matStime rights nf 
Britain : such pretensions, it is added, his Majesty is determiocd 
never to admit. We cannot but give our hearty as^eirt to this 
4etermiaation of his Majesty, in tlic sense rn nfhi'U we uuder- 
t'landit: It is <urely absurd in The Americans to imagine that 
•w-e should gratify them b/ renouncing oor right of searching 
either for deserteni, or for contraband gooil-.,.'t>u bo.ird thcfr mer- 
chant vessels. The rights Which we here claim,, arc accor^-d 
equally to e»ery state hiy the law of nations. 

The Orders io ('ownril are spoken of ns a nerc -measure of rr- 
talialion, indispensably necessary Io counlcraet ll|c previou; 
Edicts nf BotKipurte ; .and Parliament is called upui) to give vi>' 
tipux to tbcce measures by iti sanclioa. Vif never doubled of 
the jislictv of these Ocders, ns they were plainly an .-irl of reta- 
liation ; but we must otvn that We entertain great doubts of their 
expediency. The>comin«r(c of iieutralr. was the only means re- 
i^aining to us of diffusing our mimu^ictun's over the (.'ontincnt 
(^Jt^usopc ;,aod experience teems to show tlint n^efl'orts of lio- 
Vpurtr coold have entirely repressed ibis tdmm«rce, uule&s our 
(^ideu of t.'oanril hiui c»roe tn hii aid. 

_ {a averting to the si.ite of tUf lev'roue, hi* Mujesly gives us 
tieanUfM.^ luformatiii.i, that bulh the lempurarv tai perma- 
^M-nt'taxr* have proved more produrtiTe than in the prrrediog 
ff^iCi ao(' ti<al he hopes the Becr<4.-irv»upi>)ies for the present 
■^lifMiiy he faueil Witfaotit any material addition to the public 
- Tow.':r<H the eiiDrliniwn of the Sperr I>, neation is made of 
|lrae« and war ; but nut ia such tclrms a<i can jastiiy any ex- 
yfClolioDof the tpeedy i-Mtotatlmt of IfanqviUity. " If ever 
(here wa* a° just and natitmal war.** tavs the Mpecch, *' it i> 
•I tijkt which hit .MHJMty is sow rou>p<:IIed to pronecute. This 
"i.«ar ii in iti.princtpl<> purely defen<HVe. iiii ij(g«ily leak.4 
"fhtttto the .-Uiaiiuneat of a •'cure and huaourabir. prare; but 
'^(vueh a pnosc cnn unly he ne^oriateJ opon a fooling of 
»'. perfecieipiality." 

■I'tom tliein c»pre"-ion« we may diminetly perc-ive that the 
pi«l«atd«ca.nii<ap|U>ar ut Mir Mi«t««fr« 4 prsiprr •eax«i» tor ne- 
^eiaiian; but (v whatmvre favuur.tUr conjnictwro they look 

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forniirU, it is dithcult 10 conceive. Uu they expert insur 
r eelt a ai oa-the CoatsiMnt.- ia u o Meqn aare of the present rrstric- 
liuns ou tnide? 0« d:> they imagine that Bonaparte will be 
moved by the miicri:3^Jti;i-4ip«j)h:^ re-iioaneeany of bis pre- 
sent pretensions ? There is jonething in the phfafc of not nego- 
clatSns unless ii*on a fopilfg of perfi-et equality, whiflweA) 
nut Mcl'l uiuicrstand. llaiiionapartc ever pxajMticd Ia U%U 
nilh u> us u subjrdiimte iialin.i? Has he ever preiumcd to in- 
sinuate that the inde)*en<lenee of nritain war not a« Complete as 
the iiid^-p-ndenre of"ffXBre? Of Eoeh'"preten^on» we have 
never heard the Icasit iali«mti»n< and ft is therefore tosninr- 
thingelse that thej.-uiftuaje Of our Mioiiten must refer. Per- 
haps they expect that thu-e allies whom we were unable toie- 
fend, should be rislnrcd to ihi-ir territories aji.d to indepeiidenrt, 
in order that Uritain and T'r.iiite might be placed, at thecoiB- 
meniemem of negncifition, ori an equal. toiitin'g as totlielrre- 
'pective inflaeiiee in I'urope. — If such wild fjteculat ions ever 
ent»r into thet^ Counsels, in vain shall we p?ay for the return 
of peace, in vain latncm the devastation of perpetual war. 


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No. IV. 


AVr 'shdil never cease to he the advoeatei ofthe free and mtily 
publicBlion of cverv one's tenlimeuts, through tbe-iaediDm «' 
the ]>rets. The full and indcpeodrut disettkuoa «f «<ieor ptMic 
measure, the clear exposition of all the argaiueuts which eU' 
be brought forwards, both by it^ friends and enenlies, andtlie, 
universnl diffusion nf these reasoning* anulng all the inbabiwits 
of the kingdom, we romMer a* the moft tertahi ptetervaiive of 
pabtic tranqaillity, the nxAt imprrguable bnlwark of our Co-' 
verura^nt and CouUtutiap. The liritikh G^vmmmmat resKt' 
not upon fear, but 1^00 public opinion: it« oiily-daager pro- 
ceeds from that ignorance of the great mass of the people, wbick 
f^ialces them liable to bertime the dnpeis of designing men, tni 
. ii apt to precipitate them into diiordert, and even rebellion, 
from mere mi«appri;heuioti. Vi hen th< pMtplc are welfinfoiX' 
ed H ith regard to the meauircs of (JovorJMitenti wheo they are-] 
.acrustomed to dis<'u»< them freely in their f.imiliA and in ttbeid 
clulis, there is uo d.viger of mjsapprciieBsiou ever leading «• 
violence: if the measures ofOovernment he really wi'eand go*!. 
the arguments in their favoitr will at least <il*nce'tbe 4iiafl%rled f 
and even when these measarei are iiiiusiifiaMef.jaien aoeattoined 
to disrussinn will declaim, will prim, Hill l^ke evary ow-i 
ihod of rcadiTini their disapproh.iiiun pulilii , but will m^vi'f^ 
have reeonrse to the old tiavhjrous prarii'-e of mobb'ing an< 
bunibig housej, which, tliey know, «iltonl> bring downspi'diy, 
'panifhmeut upon themselves and reader every vtiteinao ttirir 
enemy. ! 

I While, on those acroua'-". we.nrc ansimis ibo» poWtiratJ 
I iLiiow ledge ihould i>cdilluseit»m<mgevers piuiinu of ih* k>»Mlj 
eliiw- of tlie comuiuiiily, we are the nior- i.itlimed with inilig-j 
nation at tliiwderlaiineis who attempt to j.-t'ia the favour of the , 
Common people, bv e^ciiiiig their ie«i'.MoiCnt against lt"r 
rulers; who are incessantlv employed iii rivetiMig vulgar pre-' 
indices iiihleadof renijviini; them, uud >v!ti» anrirtixl 10 gain «' 
circulaiinu for iheir p;tper>, at tbu prlc*- of ren.h'rini{ the pce- 
ple dis<-i)atented, ilamourous^uinl icliiious. Tliese are t^e real j 
enemies of Govertinirat and ftond order ; these .are in tnilh tUc 
most dRn>rero<i< enemies „f the petrjilc, whose passions and fff- 
jndiers they fUxiter. They convert that knowledge whtfh < 
ivould be the great ^pune.of nalionitl happiness, iaio a rj*- 
rupting and ilcjirojius poiiO'i ; and prolitnj; the rei^ of da'lt- 
f:eis and delnsion, Iiy the triunJph which tUey give U> U»e liaten 
of improviriin-nt and civilization, | 

These eoosVJerations have drawn from us some observations 
on Tfif lniepend,-nt iVhif, » pnp<^, which, we uuMerslafld, hw 
orqiiired a cousiilerable cireuiiiiion ;intong the Ui»er "'J"^ 
i!ic people. Thr H'A'j FcciKed, at lirM, to be .t scion Oit»»*' 
iUrliiiu, froai H!i:ih ii den u;.- it- Biuicj t but it '•** ''fT* '"j J 
tirili roalr-ced »-.iih ;•. paitv which profejse. to hate ^^''jj , J 
Tor\' ei;iiatU ; a party ivhicli »s vet is only disitiiKUi''"* r£| 
bavin* Hir Fran-K- HiirJrtt :ii its htwd. The chief clUrtWter**^ 
tirofthi- piper 13 anuaual vehomuuce of lao;:uag«, aaari''^'*' 

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of rphbrb m roane onl Tiolent, (hat ^rvr wniM vratafr, fitr 
tlirlrawnrmtit, to (■mploy tbemt mid n drtmnianl and itat- 
f<rmrqtrabii(iun of all the nwuumnf oar CavrmMcnr. ~ '.Hark 
lopioutMch astvlc nrr rery apt to brrnme pOfinlAr amonf; (h« 
foimoa pmpir, to whose habiti rudeniM aad ditrontoM itrr 
riMieiml ; hot it iteTidrnt that iu pruportlifn w th«<r do be-' 
otat popular, IfteycontrihtitK to InlCrnipt'CiviUMUaiH'aad mp 
lit fwiidatiom of nur public prosperity. 

T«t uni/brmity wUh nhirh Tie luJ'pendenl !!*■*?» j-nj^B at 
ri(rviiKasuifi>f onrownGovrmniciiI, and rttnlii rvrry iiifa^uro 
«i"Oi«nifiByiiiruIyrurinu£,ifit were not trulycriniinal. Kvfrry 
paliiicalrcoaoniist lcn«wb that ho it ever {Teat u< aromjueior, Ki^ 
jujurie hat talkrd uiid artptl more if Udly with ro^rd to cum inrrrr 
ikM any other Prioce who has gat on h throne, lie imngined 
ikii, by his simple mandnle, he could rover fh'e sea* with his 
■eKhutmen and ihips of war ; and when he found tills could 
MbeJoae, he resolird to deMroy our cnmmerce fnr:iooth, liy 
(wplMrly ruiair.f (hat of hit own suttjerts, and of e^ery oaiiou 
WtoiddoTrraue. Vrt all thefe ni«asDre< appeared to The 
Ht>f the con<uaima(inn of %TisJum: whilprvery rrtuliatini; 
oViafour Ministers wa* roosidercd ut. t^e heijcht of folly and 
tbaiAtr, When the Kuvsiau Pcclaraliiiti nude its iipiicnraurf, 
i( ni yaorgyrited at uDanswrroblr, si> ui.-inl^, copljcit and 
nnjMic: it was fuiuid to have no wcali tide-; Alexander') 
rtaplaiau, that we bad descried hio^. nrn* drrlared to be 
ntl-fmaded ; and his word ivas ^ once. Liken for the nunrrout 
piftaiicrs nrhirh he said his co'omerre bod >uMaiticd. Wbrn 
oirruijcier-Peclaratioii appeiired, it w.ij daily stijfmuiised a* 
footalaiog •• nothing but vague and fl.ljn«y reasoning, .-tjK'riioM 
" iiKijiuorted by proof, dcrI:uuatory invective sutMiiiuied for 
'' le;iaa deduction, Fubstantintiu^fcarrrly any Oiinjt but llie 
" ia{ulntcy of our Miai^len !" JUut the' frmarkl on our l>e- 
diration, irhlch lAtriy appciirrd in- 7%c Monilrur, met with a 
fu diK-reiit fate. " Th></ii<e and a/ajfucu/ produrtiuo,'* says 
Ticn'klf, "nhirh, in our opinion, loniiiletrly exposes the 
" aSairdiiy aud rrfatrs the fhlselioods of nur Ministers, in their 
"(levertaihe Rastian DfitUiatiom certainly merits the Ke- 
■■ fious aad ilelibeTate attcialuo of •very rational and refiectin^ 
" aiul." A disrassion foltoMs iu « bleb The itoniUur is foand, 
ictmyiatlaner, to be perfectly Urtaoswerattiex Such is the 
•UWT In which TKi- fVhig unifurmly proceeds, rendering the 
poiple di>runtrn(ed. by traducing 0(ir own Goverumcot, and 
't»lii«j every measure of our enemies. 

Tlv naaaer io whtrk fkt liiitptndent Whig courts popu- 
lw>y< b« eanvertisig; <o its use all (lie prrjudiees of the common 
f«ptr, is aot tcH .«ea*ditlvut than its |ierpetaal deriniaalion; 
abtoar of m* ennulrs. M'e sbittt nut select a politiial in- 
■■•c.wkeie sone migbl dAubt wbat l» pre)udirpand what Is 
**' «r ihall only ulverl t» a recent io*laooe,-in wbieh it has 
•*ws«rrd t» gaio credit with all the weak wumi>u mid KO!sip- 
■l>Ms in the kiOKdon, by calumaialioit the grpaiest blessini^ 
•"hud on sociesy io our dey*-->tlie discovery of the cow'.pox. 
'•WfdoeiiMit *erBfl«l»iHuioitnee the cwnplete faiitir* of 
'^i'lKMd). the /torrid tjtrclarltt'U has produced ; and pro- 
■^lauili more tbuDdrrin|( e'say on the sul\jret, when we 
bif no duulit ihat there will be iptrodnced tJte eowj' imros 
H <«ls with «U the other siories wbich Dn. Mit^cU aud 
Hiuiel, aad niwarrt»u other old wosneo, have «c<iill<w>|y cir- 
"bli*. What heart roast the uiao luive who, rrnni sellifih 
■">i«a,raa thasalnrm tbe fear* and pi^udires of the ^unuMMi 
P<^;l<'i ud prevcnl them from eujoyiu the proteriinu of yMili 
wt^nl fran death aad defonoilji, i^ich bcaveu h«k sent. 4u 
■irry IS their families ? 

*»» /sdfiMwfca*, *yUf bb* M preseblfwo fcrtoes— l*e l^n. 
K«H Napotnm, and Sir F'tmels RurAett. Of thi' fbrmer )t 
Vnt ia tha lofiirn term^ of Its styl* on Ibl* subjert, tbe f^il- 
^1^ cttract frooi aoe of lt« late nmaiheili'^lll uibrd a ipeei- 
jn^— " The Kmiieror Najioleon has $n autmi hIs-fAumor to 
^ Wly. Like the saa. he appear* to hold oa a perpetitoPuhdi-- 
„V»b^<wif»e; and, lille that Ktoriotislamloary, traveb awr- 
..•^ *«■'««>• of b«» v»«t doainiom, (» vilify and inviftomtr 
« ■^■Jf hW presence I £xlm«diaarr awo 1 Wbanrrrr be 
"«!??• fnk*n>rvt to (reoibte«tMs,Ire(rn; ti^Hia|p 
_T*5*>*»'»'»«">»cl« '><'»«atbhi»SBet !•• Bach ju* the paatjjjrrioi 
iit-jT** *•»*'"" '» •W«»«aiilly loaded, wUlena capsrcsaina 

««t(N la mate oar Oovenuhest appear ^irpresrim, fcellle, 
<^Ciate»ptlblr. -.It it for the £dUor of TItt tVkig to capiaia 
.!»'•■ '*^ •*'* pi»<«syt»«« 4iBd veproiydMit aanr have, 
iV^i!""^** «»»»K the most tauBrant classes of the peoplo* 
-«io trader them enemies to the jBritith (iuv(ynn>ei)(, aB4 
^tootU^jKitfcj ihc d9ji»iBitwo i»f tlve ai4«iii&«e«t H*. 



^ttitt, Jit. «.— The four tail of the line and four frlpltes, 
w hlrh the French army found at IJsbna, are flltinr oot for sea. 
— The HoiHfeef Iha!,':itiza hns lost Portuj^al, and shares the 
fate of nil the Princes who place conAdence iu Kngland. To 
hnTC deprived the Kn^isb of the excelleot ports of Lisbon and 
Oporto, is an iinporfani advantage obtained by Prance. Ano- 
ther part of flirt aueient Continent is thus re!>rued from English 
nflweiiee. If the Independence of (ht United States ha; proved 
((seftil to France, tlic new establishmei-t of the House of Bra- 
jnhza in another part of the nerf Continent prepares fresh ad- 
vantaj^sfhr her.— The relatio:» of tlie Court of Brazils with 
Portugal, and the commercial connections which it will he ne- 
res»ltaled Io form with Eoropr, eiinnot but prove benoiickil to 
f ram-e and her allie>. 

[This artictnll af coasiderable lenj;lh in (he original, but the 
Idiove is tbe substance. The reuiaiader is totally uuiDlerestio|, 


ViKSXA, Dec. 23.-7-rA« Court fcairtfs. of this day contains 
tbe follawiag arkicii: from Turkey : — 

" FielO-Mnnbal Priqrc Protorowtki left BucfcaMtt the 3d 
of Utercmtxr, wirth (ieoerals Taitore. IlaatiuK, Kiachnikow, 
and General Apravio. Tbo Servian iaturgeats, who were \o- 
claded ia tli« araiistice of Slobmia, continued, nolwiibstandin;, 
to an in a hostile manaer aipuast the Turks. Several eii^ge- 
mi>att Iwvc l«tel> tnkrn piw«'between them aad the Ottoauin 
troops, Tke Porte adUros:>ed, in the last day of November, a 
Firiii«n to all tha Pacbas in tba Knropcoa aad Ajistic provinces, 
stating, Ihat as all the conditioQi> of tbe armistice kaye not yet 
been fullilled, they must iinnicdialely put themselves in inarch 
with their troojiii, to reinforce theGrnnd ^'l^ier*8 army in can- 
tonateni*! (>etw een Scfaaaiaaikl Adriaaopie, tbe st reoglhof which 
has coMidcfablv dacreuted. 

The Uardabriles, ns well a* the whale coast, as far as Alex- 
aiidria,are a^Hinrlusely biockadad by tke Eaj(lish. According 
to the last Ieitcr» from Trieste, thai port it [iUt in th« most re- 
spectable state of il<-feiice. — Motuteur, J^«n. i. ' 

la cuntequeoceortlieeonteution, concluded the lOtlrof Octo- 
ber, at Poaittiableau, between tbe Courisuf Austria and Kranrr, 
the inwB ami fortrtts of Briniaau vat delivered up, on tbr lOth 
of thii mouth, by M.Ottn, Kovoy Kxtraordioary niid Mini^tler 
Plenipotentiary, from the Emperor of the French to ihc Kiag 
of IS:tvaria, iato the bauds of Commissioners appointed for that 

The same day, .it cijhl in the moTnu\g, the French garriion, 
andcrthc orders of Ihc (leimral of l>ivi>ioa, Merht, bet out from 
Unuioau, aad took (be road to Sluaicb. 

DBNMARK.«F.C9, Dnc. 17.—fjwa Masters of shipt,M. M. Petertent 
and M ichiiwiin, from .\llniia, who bavearrived ul (ioltrnbargh, 
report. Ihat, nt their depurture, inlHliKeiire had In-en received 
that above Afty v<'ssels, making part of the Iiwt F^ij^lish convoy, 
kiid been forced, by sires'! of nontlier, to lake refuge la the 
ports of Nuntav, where they had tteen declared le^at prizea.— 
JlaHiVeur, JuM. t. 

" AusTCRDAV, I)ec.Sf«..^kxtraet>arecirrtt1nted here of Ae 
Pflii-ial ditHebjr wbiiSi k.Bf^aad has given aa answer to the offer 
«f mwliation, which was made by iluiaia. That note, (igned 
da(uii<v;> coaloiM in tohstaocr — 

'•'* XliatMit Britanni<: Miijeoty woald huve aeceptod, with 
pleasure. Ilia mediation of Nuraia, if he had received ioforran- 
(ioDretprrthi|;(he rases upon which (he Mediator hoped'to bava 
e#-«i(abli»ked (hagroerai puoee. Hut his Maieity tbe Emperor 
«f Huatia, after havhi(( repeatedly promised to hit Britamfie 
Majca^ aot to fbuelade any pence with Fmoee, wHUnit havini; 
■wimrd thrt iadepeiiik-uce of the (German Provinces, had, not- 
Mil bstandiug, liy the Treaty of TiUit, w hich, far from containing 
siny aUpalation* on that head, deemed' (o submit' tbe whole nf 

(Jenaany to the a Uhe««r France. Now His Britaonie Majesty 
caaaot aoler (nto aoy nefociatioa with Fronee, unless the com- 
piA(e rectiltetuin of tkC'1il«ctora(.e of Ilnnorar be admitted ns a 
preliminary busis. . By -an unconiHtional acceptance of the Rus- 
sian aiediaUmi, His Britannic Mafesty would have reason tp fear ' 
lesl biv 0*^*<in Xiaies fbnuld becoma a French, province. 
Tberefora, kit liritaiiMc Majesty placet bit confidence in 4be , , 
efiiMM of>it. pc op>«, «at.a«il*»«o fn*eii» implacable enemy isto ' 
fforc «ODcUi«tory oii^itret," &c. &c.— /Ac Argto. 

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Rr,»tr,is, Dec 18.— All tbc lUuslan troopi urUtk wtrr: ig 
Walhirhia, Mnldavia, and B«9Mrabi«, halrc -Kithdrann iota 
their wJDlrrfiMrtrn, «ii4 thU raovraeirt thry miic n ^mwi «s 
it Wat known that the army of the Gmmi Vi«irr bs4 cwtmaterf 
Lo»«T Brstanibia. Sninc r^imeoti only rrnata w tfce ei»- 
trenchrd ruinpi (xmncd hrfore (ilui^nwo, Rriiiinir, aiid hmapl, 
Wire barrarks ha»e h«wa caiwtrat^i otli«r tr«u|i», have re- 
turned to Puland. The j^reateM part <if Ihr a^we troep; »rr 
io canionmeats in Wallarbim. Prince l'rnMirn«i>ki, Cniwnaadcr 
in CMcf, hai been promoted to the mpk of KieU-MarFbal.— 
The (hree free corpc of rpsilaaa, Milviadoni, and Nithitcii, 
wbioh were rai»ed la>t ye«r, arc to be diiih*ndeil.— Alt the 
troops who composed the army of the fituod ViiiJer weredi*- 
mi'^icd, as iooa aj the army had reached the «a>'ir<iM vf Adria- 
tlupic, purauaat to a Firman of the Grand Scifiiar.— -JWmifciir. 


tat}K*D.<T, Jl!f. 31. 
Thia day the Ilouw net pnrsaaol to Ui Majrstv't Prorlama- 
tioB. At tbfce oVIodt tbe Arehkiihop of Canterbury , the 
l.<Vd CluaceUor, I^id CaMdea, Lord Aylofcrd, aad i.ord 
DartmlNlti^ aat in tbeir robe*, ■» bit MiyeMy'* Camatiwionen, 
and the Cammam beiof in attendaiior, tb* Cbaarcttor informed 
them that It wai uM-aanmient for UsM^nty to attend in pcnoa 
to open bis Parliament, bat bod iw«cd a Commlnion Am- that 
p«rpo»e, which tbe Clerk woold rtad. The Commitiian keioc 
read, tbe Chaocellor thea delivered IbRfoHawing 


" Mr LoRDt JMD GfHTLKUen, 

V We have received hit Mi^eity'i comiMOd* (o a«rai«^o«, 
that in callinf ynu together at (hit important cayonctare of af- 
fau^, he eatertaiot the tnoit perfbct comrlctiiHi, that be thall find 
iu you the tame determiaaiioa with wkick bit .Mayetty bimielf 
it animated, to uphold the boooar vf 1^ Craw«, aqd tbe jatl 
riphtt and iotenrsu of hit peaple. 

*• We aretmMnaDderi by bit ftl^etty to ioforro yoo, that ii# 
toqaer had the retultof tbe NepociationtiU Tiltit confirmed the 
iniiueiire and coiitroiil of Fraace over tbt; Powert of the Conti- 
Jient, tbim his Majesty wai apprised of the Intentinnt of the 
eiirmy to rombVne those Povcn iq nor general roafed«>rary, to 
br directed either lo the entire sulOu||atlua af this kii^:d«m, or 
to the imposing apoD his Majesty ao ibtecun and ienumraiout 
pejiee. ^ 

;• That for tbit parpote, it was determined to force into hosti- 
lity acaiint hit Majesty, States which had hitherto beea allowed 
by France to muiotuio or to purchase their neutrality ; anl to 
brii^ to bear against differeut poioti of kit Ma.iettyVtfominiom 
tbf whole of the oaval force of li«roue,~aBd tpedflral]* the 
Ifcfti af Poria|>al and Denmark. 

" To place those tleru oat of the power of such a coafe- 
deraey, becaaie therefore the iodltpenrtble dattr of hit M»ie*iy. 

'• Iu tbe execution of this duty, to far at related tothe Danish 
Beet, kit Majesty haa coamaaded ui to annre yim, that it was 
with tbe deepest reluctance that his Majesty fooud himsrlf cum* 
pelled, after his earnest endeavoan to open a Negociatioo with 
fhe Danish (ioTrrnraent had failed, toaalhori.H- his CommiUMJem 
lo ropR ta tbe extremity ot force, but that be bat the (p-eatest 
•V™^V»? '• eoagrutulaUin you upoa the luccrsttWI «secalion 
of tbit painful, but aeoeiaary tertice. 

" We are further commanded to acqaaiat you, ikat the fane 
which hit Mi^esly had tp punae with respect to Portaxal, «ai 
bappily of a aature more canfcnlal to bit Mi^estv's fceiinn.-^ 
Tbe tune and uaresenrcd coaanunkmtlou by the Court of iJMmu 
of the denuudi aad detigW of Fr^mce, while it coahnaed to kU 
WHjetty th« autheaticity of the advice* wklrb be bad received 
from other quarters, eotitlod that Court to bit Mawtty'a cooti- 
dence iu the sincerity of the aituraacet by wUchttttt coaima. 
■iraiieo was accompai>ied. 

" The Fleet of tortugai was destined by Fraoee to ha em. 
ployed at an lostruuieot of vengeance af^aiatt Great Britate. 
That fleet bB< been secured Crtw tbe grwip of Fimiee, and it 
— -T emplo>:||l in coaveyiaj to its AwerUaa doaiivlttat iko^oMs 
■jf tha Portuguese Monarchy. Hit Maietty im- 
S^on of Divine ProvidcoMP. vpfia Ikat eater- 
■ L^"" P"***""!*"" of • Plswer •• kn the 
?.^ Great Britain I aad ta tke plwaeck of it* 
ij^iKew ITacld irlth aiUMiaW iSitnlli aad 


" W« kave it ia cuiMiwwi from hit Mnjimy to iofona yea 
that the dr Wra rt im t lu a of the enemy to excite bottilitin between 
hit Miyetiy Md- bit tale Ailieo, tjte Emperon of Rmtia aad 
Auitria, aol tbftKiu( of Pfntiia, ha« b»en but. too wccettfal } 
and that the Miaittert from tbote Powen iaxe .demanded and 
received tbtir paaqiarl*. 

" TbitaMWW*. oatht partet Rgjsia, has been ^tteampiled to 
be justified by« tta^emeat of w r auK S aad f(rirvanceii ubirh have 
no rrajl fonndatipn. The Emperor uf Itussia had indeed prof- 
fered his Vediaiioa bctt^ren hii Majesty aud Fr.'tnre. Tlis Ma' 
jesty did nnt refuse that Mediatioo, but he it coufident you wilt 
frel the propriety of its not having brrn ocrepled nntil Ills Ma. 
Jrsfy should have'hrca enabled tn a»nTtain that nassta «'|u in a 
condition tn mediste iinpartiatlv, ani( nnlil the principles of tlie 
basis oa which France n as ready to negoriale were madckuowo 
lo hit Majr<<iy. 

" No prrjmceof jusfifiration kit been alledged for thehostil? 
conduct of ilie Kinperor of Austria, or for Ihni t»f his Prn'sian 
Majesty. His Majesty hoi. not clvea the slightest 'f^rouud uf 
complaint to either of those Soverrigas, nor even at (be moment 
when they have n'Mpcrilvcly witbdrann their MInUlers, have 
ihey assigned to bis Majesty any distinct cause for that pro. 

" His M^ieslv h»« directed that t'opfes of tbe Corrmpondenre 
between hit Majesty's .Embassador and the Minister lor Foreiga 
.Alihirsof his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Ru!<sia, durinj; 
the Negorialion at Tilsit, aiid'ihe oRicial Note of the Kussian 
Minister at this Court, rontainine tbeuflerof hiii Imperial Ma> 
jestv's Mediation between bis Majesty and France, together 
with the answer returned to tbal note by bis Majesty's roni- 
mnnd ; and also Copies of the notes, prcteuled by (he 
.\n»trian Minister at this Court, and of the answers whicR his 
M^esty commanded to \Se returned to (hem, should be laid 
befiire > ou. s 

" Tt ii a ilh f nnrrm Ibnl Ms Majesty rmanvindi nt. to iafiirm 
you, that, nntwithbtanding hit earm->t wijhr< (n (enaitaate the 
War in which he it cnj;agril with the Ottemnn Porte, hh Ma- 
jetty's endeavours, unhappily for the Tatkish Empire, bavd 
been defeated hv tbc marhiaatipns of Fraace, not Jeit tke eacmy 
Of the Porte than of Gfcat' Britatr. 

" Hut while the influence p( franc hit keen ibos nufbrtU' 
aately successful in preventing tbe lemiination of eKistiughos- 
tiliti(!S, and in exciting new war aeaimt this Cniintry, bit .Ma'< 
jetty commamis ut lo inform you, tMt the King df Svrcdeti lias 
resisted every atteatpf to Induce hfm to tt}«iHl»» Ml aHlMtce with 
Great Hrilahi i and that bis Mnie!>ty aoterlataa no 4aOb< that 
vou will frel whh bim the farr^l}lloM af tbedwty wJiirb the 
firmness and tidelity of tbe King of Sweden tmpnae npMi hit 
M^esty, and that y-ou will eoocar iaeiwbitnf titi M^esty t* 
diMrbarge it in a m a naer worthy of tbit Coanlry, 

" It reataim itMT us, atctwding to his Ml^ly's roianand, (• 
statetoyou thut the Treaty ef CiiMBierra aad Aoiily tM>l%veea bit 
Majes^ and the United 8m<et of Autrriea, wiMeb was con* 
eluded and signed by CoanalitioBn* duly aatkar la wl for th::! 
purp«*<s an the 9l<t of Deermber, ISM, Ihm not taken tt n i, 
HI eonseqarnce of the reteal of tha PresUeM of tb« Uaih^ 
(taiet lo ratily that ioitrameut. 

'* F<or M oaatithorispd art of fbree rotmnitted a)|aiatt ad 
Ameilctm «M^ of war, hit Mi[^ry did not hevttate to nSrr iai- 
mtMfate aad vpomaantat rppafation. flat an attempt hat been 
made by the American f twvemment tn connect nitk tbe 4(arMiaa 
wkiek kat arisen oat of tbbaei, prdeotinns incoatittrat witk 
tke UerMime Rigit** »f <il«*t Hritain i lurh nretennons M* Mn- 
.iesly Is determined never to admit. Ills Majesty , m^ertbrlcs^ 
hopra (ban tba Awritaw («rv«nn»eat wMl be actuated tty tba 
samrdetiro to pirtervstbe TelatiiMtAf )>eaceawl Frimdtht|» 
betweeo liie two Coimlriat uibick bo* ever tuflarared kb MqiM- 
ty'i &>nduci,aad that anjiMiifieulliet ia tbadiscutsioaaaw pmat* 
ing may b« efcchMUly removed. 

" Hit kttucity bwtt am ma i i Jt'J me to sHite to yoa, tfcat t» 
eonsMiorMre of the ileeteeby which FMnce'dettaiied the whi»l« 
of bb Mt^ty's Ooorinioaito ba in astate of kt uri a i d r , and 
tult)ectrdt»taizureHtdooaaRC«liaB, AeptodaoewdbwmHbv 
turet oF bi» KiMdooi, kf««hijetty-twtoTted,ki th»trtti«>laii(n 
taaracatwa •fiaitifKard rvtaliatkM t and tbMilkii oeaMitrf- 
laving p»o*»d iaeMmual for iu object, hit M^{«t(y bof tiaeO 
(tuad it neetmary to adopt oth^n of greater vtgtttr, wbJcl*«'M 
eoaaaaadi M«p«tkla to ywi, wUi mqulre tb««i4of PkrilMM*< 
lo (ive tkam eempictt aad eSrctoal o^^f ttfcm . 

" Hm M^estv ka* dlrecw* daf\t% of tht Ordert vrWcb 1« 
ka*' itsued wttk (kt adtrice of hi* Privy Council upon tb!<> tuHjert 
la M^'laid befoae you, aad k« wiiudt-* tu r*coMiaead ^o 
(• your early «ii(MImK" 

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j.iiXi i.'^n.i i\jiyn.i^ Mxxjytia i.Mun» 



" His Majnty has dtrrrtrd the E*t)mates for thr rasuiog 
«rv (a br laid h«fore vou, io the fullrtt rooildcnrr that your 
iuyaltv and public spirit wilt Indur* >'au to makr iiurh provi- 
ri«a far ihc ^oMir tervice at the urgency of affain may rC' 

'- Hti'Ma^irsty has ineat satUfariion in iDforining yon, tbat 
rDtvithstaedin/r the difficultie* which i^r en<>niy has rnitraroiiml 
Isiapusc spna thr Cnmnioree of hit tuhfrrts, and u|ii>ii tbrir 
lolrrcour^ with other Nations, thf resourrri uf the Country 
kaie rootiaiird la the laM year' Io he so ahundant, as to havr 
pradiiced, both from the prrmanent ami tenipnrarv revenue, a 
rrrriplfonsidtTably larf;er than that of the proerdin» year. 

" TJie tatisfartiOD whirh bis Majesty fi-rl» a>sared yoa tiiil 
itutf, ia e«maiao with bis Majesty, from this proof of ike 
»<iUi(y of (hew resoareet, canoot but be pratly lorreased, if, 
u bis Majesty confidently hopes, it shall be found pu>«ihle In 
nite the nerei'sary Supplies for the prt«eat year without any 
patcrial addition to the public burthens, 
*' Mr LomoM ^m9 GBtrttMBM, 

" Wearr ctpcriaMy cmfuaaaded to tar to y«i, in tbe Muno 
W \m HiyaMy, thM. if over tbesr was ajiitt and .Vntiowil war, 
it iiAat wbicJi liia H^nty U now comptilled (o pnMecnte.— 
TNiwar is in ill fiiad^ P*>*<dr defenrive, Hit Majetty 
WskM to the at to i wnMrt oCa sceuro and bonourabJe Peace'; 
tasarb a Fmm can only be negocial«d upon m fontinf of per- 

" The eyes »f Bnropn and nf the world aie fixed »fm the 
•rilisli Partionrttl. 

«?irii«r tbe fato of the C*nntry, tkc ckara^orMic spiiit of the 
arid* Haliiin, nad fux wMppalled the aBMtbml eoskiwiiOTi 
nUcb biDMbered nrM»4 an, Ma MiO<*<7 bi^ •* <» •«»« JM 
■( Ut firm fenm^itt^, thu nAtar Ike blcNO* of OiTiw Pmvi- 
timtf the Mr«xi^ wH\ froft ivntHfai «l4 t^tiom ta Grant 

■* W« OK tartly aai— l a nd td to asrana \aa, IhM intbii nwfal 
•a^MMealoat eontett, yaq may reiv ontbe AmneMofkli Ma- 
JMy, who hat ■• «a«ae bat liuitof hit people, and that his 
lhjrsiytcci]»tacaU7 rcHrsoa-the wisdom, the caastaiwr, and 
Ih niin linu n Mpfcrtnf 4iis PaaUament. 

t«t» GthtMtrjr nwe to move nn Addreos of Thank's. The 

lycKhioT itsrtf, lie laid, JInltird to the nntnrtetv of (^e evenit 

• abhMt rrfi!r««d, left him hatiUtle to do in «illinjr f<trtlii«ti-f 

■uiaaas coomrTenee in the AddlWi which he should propoM- 

»te farrled t<f Ihr foot of the Throne, It had. It ww true, 

w»« nw^iied that a dilh'emie of opinion prcvniled respivtiop 

•* sf the tople* hi kU Majesty's Speech, but this rumour, hr 

JWfd, Fa* iinfoanded ; for be was wholly unable to ronirctare 

^»ta n r p mse pt ? it could hr sosUined. The ivstoraiion of 

fw between Soosiajind France wasimmedialelv followi-d bv 

• itifor the uetieril arrannicnt of the CiHitiuent nj.iiimt thi' 

"■Tf. To fllh trftoDte D^mAark add Perrtipil' were called 

•pat* subscribe their naTles. ft became the Indi^pen'-u'lile du- 

V* Mbrfrtew to taka the most etfecldal measures to froslrale 

oniMiBtioa; a«« tkit with a prompthurie which entitled 

2*«»«k' gratltode of the muntrr, thev had accomplished. 

nekMiledifpMitiMavf llnaiark had IwMi e»inced at various 

}^*viMi «•■ Hiot sawnyuarf, ani (be nicecwof tberx- 

I'unoaiaCopeiibacea.annbUdtkate it ho eould look jwiih a 

|"«Ma'i e}etoeoa*ia«etiKmfcUw<ll* was on-th«e«e of deciatw ■ 

"jlkenclf apartyto tlif <oafedcr««) agaW ouramrititnecigkli. 

•"fWwnaU were surcharged with stores, and her «eet was iaa 

wwid state of ptepanstloa. Of tin Juttkr and aecevitjf of 

wauatk. tbefouniry at lafgn (ntnnaiaad tlte«)ck*s(anpraba- 

^x aad had it uot been adopted, he hud not the least doubt that 

iVIuiManuceof .M<«bt*nwoaW,iiisHckrBw, hauefur^bud a 

'>(>«« tapk of eesaure. Of theeiaijsaUooof theCouriof Usboo ] 

v<^ldao( sneak in terms too hich. He ha<l the umm^ c«)C<teat j 

(*l<*iBtiaathai, wHliatykitof liberal jMUrKund strict friend- 

<*■* sa ba(k sides, • I wonld produce tb« most beocficial 

^''"'••KWundnaTalioteresuwftbiskiniidom. Tbiievenlwat 

J ^"^ •• he rejaierd io, when he looked to our wpinic with 

y**- If 'u*-ient eoonuragrfnrnt van gf ven for the rnisioK of 

^^aadtei lathe, HtaziU, and in wijic of our. own domj- 

™*.Wf shonld have cause to hleti the day wbi(^, by >uspend- 

Jl** Irtrrcaurte with Ru«ia, for ever rel ieved us froui that 

?22*™tyBpou hirr, in whlc'b We were htiherto held, forjbe 

WjTwrfrHrtrs so indispciMably necessary for nAval purpov:>. 

t.j^'^fd to America, every <iUpo>ilion* toward' roiirilialion 

r'rT"'*''W'd by Ms M.i)esty'»<iovernm'ent, and pni-licul^rK 

,J««rdi«»T«wl7ig the attack on the rhesnpcake. If be dlf- 

"'*"•* the* OB this hcait it wat Io tbiJiKint tkat they had 

been father liberal in tbetr etAKxsslons. His Lordship then 
brirOy touched on the remaining topica of the Speech, and rat- 
nestiy urged the importance of unanimity in Parliament, both 
with a view to its imprestlso upon the ])roplo of this conniry 
and the Confederated Slates of the Uontioeoi, and as to its ob- 
vious tendency to accelerate the period of a secure and honour* 
able peace. He concluded whh eeadtoi; a Ions motion, wbldh 
echoed the leadtnf particulars of his Majesty's Speech. 

I.OHD Acvro^rseroadrd the Address. ' 

Thc Vvkt. of HonroLK said, there was one point, wirti 
ref^ard to which he was nnder the necessity of disturbing the 
nnanimitv of their Lordships' vote on Ibc occnslou i namely, 
that part of the Speech which related to the attack upon Co- 
p^ln^en. No' imnrmation whatever bad yet l>ecn laid beftira 
Parliament lu justify that measure. Ministers staled the r*. 
lurtance eviiired by &is Majesty with regard toil: he wished 
they could shew that they entertained a similar feeling. Parlia- 
ment wao tolA, In the King's Speocb, (hat the eyes of all Europe 
were now upon them. II was for that reason, he wished Par- 
liament to postpone its decision npon the conduct of Ministry, 
as to Denmark, until the fullei>( information was presentc<4 
them to shew that she bad entered into hostile eiigsgcmentt 
against n^. He should, therefore, move, asan Aniendroent, to 
ten vp out the whole of the pnragrupU in the Address rotative to 
the attack upon Copenhngru. 

l,:tUB S»Dwnrrir expressed the e»tteme ragret with wMeh 
he found himseff compelled to concur in Ibe Amendmeni. He 
had come down with an anxlndt hope that DOthioi; wouhl be in- 
serted in hit Majesty's Speech which should crriile a dillercnce 
of opinon. He was s'>rry that he had been disappuinicri. He 
long clung to the opinion, aud he would not now abandon it, 
Ibat Ministers would furnish Parliament and tlie countin, with 
cogent reasons, founded nn Justice and sound polilie.ll rx 
prdiency, for their conduct towards Denmark,' nut till they 
did so, nn man could be required to give up the honest feel- 
ing of hi< heart ■nnd under'taoding, and his attacbnieni to the 
ancient policy of the British Nation. Admittinjj, with the 
Noble Mover of the Address, that the arscuals of Denmark 
abounded with naval stores,' It dear to hi- miud, that they 
f-ould not have been iiilended agtiinst this Country, bet-au-e at 
thie tima they were colleciing, Russia, who was supposed to have 
the greatest 'inQuen'ce over hfr councils, w-inat war with France. 
To the alledged secirt articles at TiUit, Denmark could not 
Have been a party at llie lime the attack npon her was medl- 
U«ed, ft.r the Treaty of TiliU was dpied iiB the 8t)i of .lulv, and 
on the Sd of August Zealind was invoted. He was indeed very 
much niisiiifnriaed if thc Crown Prince of Denmark did not 
owe the capture of his fleet in his leaving Zealand dciilitute of 
lefenre, wiih the view of nccomulating a re»»le force la 
lloNteht, ftif the avowed purp-i-e of resistance to the French 
army, then menacing Hint Proviuie. lie had, id fart, rollectcd an 
rum'v in Rnlklein to the nnmbiT of x6,tK)0 men, a measur? whirli 
wns'linall) trrecnncilejhlc with the idea of inte. tidnal hostiliiies 
igaih^ us." Sufecieui tlhie had not elapjed fbr makhn him A 
parly to the Comioeotal sjnem bVronipuNion. lint supposing 
such a measure (u.'h«ve been In th* conlem^ation of the two 
Emperors, how stood tlie question ? Aliniiiers alleged, that 
llo|vicinlH-ing once in the po-sesslnn of France, Zealand was at 
bermercv. "Ae force of this allegation was cimiplefely 'de- 
s( roved bv their olferinp to defend that island, and togui«r,-inte« 
the whole of tke l>anish territories, should their tenns be a«* 
lYHled to. The Crown Prince could have had no id<'a uf aa 
elltcruirt def^nc^ of HoWtein-, but he scented to have no doubt of 
his ability to defend Zciland; aud if he was not udeqaaie !• 
this, how could the small force we cooM spare place him in a 
Mate ofvomplete seenfilv. He was sorrv'to see a par.ijrraph ia 
the'Klug's Declaration, eatcMated to pervei'l the moral (itelirigs 
of the Mrilish people. We were told, that we should 6ght tUe 
ellenty with his own weapons. VTlut ! were we to iuiilute that 
monstrous system of iniquity and oppression, which character- 
ised the prtigress of French dominion f This ■was not the prin- 
ciple by which we bad riwn to our pre«<iit enviable condition. 
— Kroib the tan of onrgforiuas Rcvolntion, it had been our 
boast to act on that homely ma vim, which was in the mouth of 
every Kn^lbhtnao, as the standard of his private itniduct. lie 
a'reed euiirelv with on illustrious suitesman, now no more, 
(Mr. Fa«)th«t in our trentnient of oiber states we •limild so 
act, ;i» (hat, though tlie ann« of their inhahltairts mi.thi br'^up- 
liRed agaliirt us, Ibc ir convictions, their fceliu.'i-, and ilieir t.Kid. 
wishes, moji be with us. ' With re*pect to Amerira, he recom- 
mended a. continuation of concilialin;; londuit, biit w'hJioui v.i- 
criBclng a liii^de iota of wlial was esseotial to oalioUal Jpclirity, 
He deprecated tha invidious teroi* of "our maritime rich's, and 
our maritime ttworeigoty \" we aj-erie.d oo righi*, but tho* 

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•T11K.II ••'loicu ■■ritii ine luiv orMtions. lie apyroved of tbe 
disavowal of itic principle i>u which iheaturk »l (he Chru- 
peake frigate took plai-e. lie wu torry lo hcnr the langiume 
which was be|d u lo the utiiimpnriance of aroutnt niib Auip- 
rica, for it nauld prove a treat Cilauiity (n both ^t.-llr«. AViih 
. regard to peace, he thougltl it was aol to be obtained by talkiuj; 
of it, or pelitioniivT for it; bat be would never couiilcaaiire anv 
attempt to throw ohlcquy on the eObrli) of any portion of people 
who, thinking difTerenlly, availed thciiitclvei of tlieir undoitlilrd 
coiKtitutioiiai rii;ht to state their fcntimei^. On lhi< topic he 
advened io, aa<! highly panesvrijeil, the ]-uiif<af,e held by Lord 
Miltou to his confliutenls. He enucladeil with asuiii expreitiii;; 
' his regret that Ministers had cilled for iheapprohaliiin of l>ar- 
liaoieDt to the attack of Cupeahageu without previuu:! iuform- 

LoBO OHBsriLte punued a fimil.-ir cour.>e with Lord Sid- 
Diouth. Ife reprobated the sileuce with rricard to the iiifuruia- 
tion which caused llie attack on Cupeuhaj^cii, the Orders of 
Conneil, aud the severity of our conduct to A.-jicrica. He 
blaniol Alioisters highly for not niakiog the State of trcUuid a 
part of his iMajeity s Speech. 

LoHD Ilj>rit.B>'gviir, in a long jpeeeh, defended the attack 
on Copenhagen. The Ministers could nut>tate their authority, 
nor lay their iofarumliou upon Ihc table, from obvious mcuivcs < 
but they bad iuformatioD tliat justified their proceediug. He 
enumerated the several hradi of inforinatiou. I'irst, Ibey 
learned that there were secret eagagemeols ia the Treaty of 
T'ilsit i and thut the view of the parlies was to confederate all 
the Poivers of Europe ; and particularly lo engage or seize on 
the Qcets of Denmark aud Portugal to annoy thik, rounlry. 
They beard ihis from their public Ministers theu abroad. — They 
heard it from their faitlifui Ally, Portugal. They aUo re- 
ceived information of the hostile iulentions of Denmark from a 
quarter to which they had often been indebted fur (he first 
knowledje of the desi^^s of Bonaparte ; from, or ritlher through 
tite'dlsani'cted in Ireland. They Iranied that Ireland »vas to 
be attacked from two points — Lisbon and Copcoluigen 5 and 
tl«ey iie»er found the infortiia'ion of these persons, ho ivever ihey 
eonieby it, false. And, finally, they had a eoafidentini coin- 
municaiioo, thai, in tlic Council of (he highest authorities iii 
Copenhagen, the miilter was di-c^s^ed, whether, on an uptiou 
l>'-ing put to thein, that they' should joio either l^ii;;lnnil 01 
>'rauce, dii option which tiiey nnder«tnnd was to lu- pni to 
thein, they resolved that they would join Ffanee. Ifariii;; 
learnt (his, Miuiirtcn wou|d have beeu traitors if they had not 
taken (tep« lo secure the fleet. The Noble I.ord ihen uent 
over the several other topics of t-prd Orenville's speech — Por- 
tugal, America, the Orders in Council, nud the State of Irc- 
IhikI. On the two last he declined saving much. The one 
would come regularly before them on a future day, ami the less 
that wa* said of the other the better. 

After several other Noble I>ords had delivered their senli- 
ments 00 each side, the ameiidaienis were negatived, and theAd- 
dresscarricd willwiutadivision. — Adjourned lo Wcdjieaday ifext. 



After his Majesty's Speech was read, Loftty ft'.otti.TOW rose 
4o move the Address. It was his maiden speech t and if it con- 
tained notbio.3 new, it way, at leai^t, appropriate to the occa- 
sion. He spoke highly of the warlike triumphs of Ihcnatioo, 
and he anticipatcil more. 11 had been, and it must be, said be, 
that mtr muit be the 04:ly channel and tuurce of our nalioiml 
k-enrity. Such sias the uiict-itaiiity of any peace lasting, that 
in bis mind it is more than probable the eipence of a pmet 
establishment would tie great, and alwaysalteiided by the haaard 
of bein^ sud:Ienly and uiirtpeeleJly violated. The Nohlo I«rd 
then inadi- a transiliou In his Majesty's Miliister«, whom he 
11 './My eoiiiplimented for hiiiih.Tnding the resources of the eoun- 
iry in the iii.-tiincr liiey had d<HH>, They had done their daly, 
and were doing it daily, and they highly merited the counte- 
iiaiiee and support b«ih of Ibat iiouse aud the country at laege. 

Mm. ^i.i.iss.-coiided the nMiiion. 

J.nno iliLTos vindicated his conduct with respect lo the dif- 
ferent niceiia^ in Vorlishire, huteouldaot batre(;rel, m>twilh- 
standing what be h:%A tieard from his M;^e«ly's Speeeb^ uf the 
fliuirishing slate of the (iuanees qf the counlryj that there were 
utany huiidcrd tnechanics at this nomeot destitute in thf causrty 
he had the honour to repee«ent, from the cvH tendency af the 
policy pursued by hi« &lnje«ty'<i .Ministers. 

Hu. Gcour-t f'o.yso.vsi- oliserved, that the Speech now rrad 
fr«m the Chair was the longest he bad ever Iteard of. itnd em- 
braced a grcatur viiriety uf topics titan ooy other. It ax'peajred, 

by tlie Address, that Ministers jrequired the onqualiSed appro- 
bation of Parliament, for the ofiairof Copcobuguu, aad dit^rcd 
materially in opinion with the Noble Mover and iieruadrr, fpr . 
he eould lu-ver reconcile jlimself with the idea thai the Ruler of 
I'raiire had the intention ofscijiing on the Danish navy, lie »« 
bound lo say that Ministers could not produce the Iciift (jruuud 
for the supposition. Ministers had, therefore, onl> aiiiicipairil 
what they imagined he might do. With respect to Aiueiica lie 
had notlii'ng to say, n'> the |iapers were not laid upon tlie tahli-, 
«h^t question inu<t rest for the present ; but the >iaie of Irfl.iiiil, 
on which the Speech was.«Uent, required an immediate roi^idiT- 
ation. — ■He pledjed himfetf to bring forward, as soon as possi- 
ble, the affairs of Copeuhigen, Which lie considered iavolvtd 
with its di.<graec the charac icr of the Jtritish nation. 

itn. Mii.\T:t at great leojjtb vindieated the condurt of hit 
Majevty's Minivers, and took a clear and coraprehen«ive view 
ofihesiinntion of tlie Powers of Europe, with their iuflurr.rc 
and connections with Fiance: but yet, war In the present in- 1 
stance was nhsitM/eln nircs'stiry for our existence as a nation. 

Ma. H'lt/raue^o then rose, nod said, that from what ke | 
lieard, it was impntsiblc f<tr him <e mhain silent after w hill liad 
fallrii ihvi the hM apeadspe. lie deprecated io urong lernis tlic 
Copeobageiieiipedilioa, irliiab he considered not mdy uojM, 
liul edremrl'V dishauoaiable. The naftnn was tolJ. itwaia 
lueatare of necessity to plaailer th« itnre* nf 16 or 18 hulks, » 
few tons af hemp and iroa. when at the came time Mioisters tiad 
not Ike tlightest proof .that Dewiiarkwa* to make a eeniiaia 
cause with the em-my against ihis country. After aHadin; * 
thcMSMgttittnu of the Royal Fadi% a^ Portugal, whieli Mhiis. 
ters took the merit of to themselves, which be as an iodividttl 
tutally denied, oi it appealed clearly fsaat the Pradanuaioti of 
the Priure Kejrat, that th$y bad ao kbare la iafloeneiiig that 
Court in its final drtcrioination. Jia than (e|iU that thare wat , 
naw as good aa opportimity uE nuriiiiig Pears with Vrriartu 
ever, and he had not the smalleit daubl, i f Mialtter* t> ere serious, 
but thav roi)th4 qbtain it on beaooniife Irnm. Mr. Whitltmi 
rourludcd with calling the attemion of Ministers to the slate af , 
Italand 1 iome<^ii« moat be done, otkarwiie that eamtry would 
ba incitilnbiylost to tlie Rritisfa Knipire, , 

Mm. SmcmsTjitr Cjssitfe^ at eo nj idaniWc leajUh. and niti) 
uQculiar force, visdi^tcd the maasurMi wbirb lie and bisrni- , 
leagues adopted towards I>«amark. aaib ether INrwevs, but did 
nut. thipk it cither prudent ur ex_pcdi«nt U> di.-close the sourer of 1 
iiifiiririation Which guided tbcir determinatiuu rcApcctiug the ' 
fonapr Power. , 

Afa. SiiKKiDAK contended, from good iaformation, that aQ 
tlie navql stores taken (rom Deumari . ve^e aot sufficient for the 
wear and lear of the Di^itish Navy foic one nvontb ; and also tluyt 
the Danes hod even enplurcd.!5 or S(\af our uiicrehaaimen, Mcp 
with naval stores ; so (bal'i\rebad nutmitch lo lH>dst of on ihaf 
score. He isoncluded by givtug nnti^ of a miitiui^ on the ttate 
of Ireland iu the course o^'iTie Session. 

LoRfi //Ewar Parrr spake at considerable length against 
the Address, as did also t^'i/o>. Colo.vsa jro.vr.<«Fa JU^irr 


'^•hc question was ojl length corriled without a d^y^sioD, ai»l\ the 
IIouse.a4io«roed at one o'clock io {^ morDytjg, 

raiDar, j*irtf4tr 90. 

Thellaose met about half past three o'cloek, and after, past^ 
lug Mime private Bills, the Srr.AKBn i^ued his writ to elect a 
■UargAs fttr the Boroagh M Caitlle Rising, in the room of ihf 
Hon, Oi)orle« Bagot, wto bos accentet^ of the CUllern nun- 
dfods. '^ 

Sir Francit Burdett took the usual oaths and his »eat on Of 
see«i4 roir of the Oppolltion Beneb. He appeared in ekeellent 
bedtb and sptrils. 

A Metsen^r firom the Board of Military Enquiry preseniM 
at the Bar ihe Fifth Report of that Board, which wal ordered 
to lie en Ihe table. 

The usual Committees were appointed and the Standing 
Orders of the House renewed, when new writs were ksned if 
th* Srti4Ktm for Ihc borough of Tregooy, in the room of fiod- 
frey Wcntworth, Esq. who has accepted of the Chiller? 
Hundreds I and Ihe borough of Tivtrton, in the room of the 
Hon. Richard Ryder, appointed one of the Commissionert of 
his M^etty's Treantfy. 


Pcliliom, complaining of undue elections, were presented 
against the returns of Members for the follon ing plates, which 
were ordered lo lie on the table, and to be lakou iuw coasidara- 
tJon, *l«. Two for Banburv , on Taesday, tba 8d of February, 
at three i SatiMh, va th? sv«e diy, i^t W *"»* ^*Jf^' ^'*'''^ 

Digitized by 


ns. 91. 




pDtam, on Thnnday, th<r 4th of I'chru.irv , at three ; Salm^h 
Ki^klorKtfCtioa, on Tufsdaj, thp ftlh of Februnry, at thrcr: 
tiiofor Itor<bain, same dav, a( half p:irt Ihrcr ; F.v^shaMl, oi. 
TlumlaT, the |lth of Fcbniary, at three ; County of Su;!ri, 
«a T«r«!a)-, ihe I81I1 of February, at Ihr'e; Dublin T'niver-. 
litj. aat <(■>;, at h;i!f past three ; lteiifri'\\ shire, onThurtday, 
llieiitiof March, at three ; County of Nultin^hnin, on'Thurv- 
<fa;,thrl8th of rVbniary, at half |>n<t three; ai|d Peiirhyo, oil 
Twalay, th* S3d of Februarv, a! three. 

l.t*B FoLK»Tose fn\e ilptice, that he n nuld on Tue^ay next 
BBw a certain day to take toto coiitideratioii the Onde Pigpen. 

ilu. HjfiiisWkcyyise g.i«e notice, that he notird on Tuesday 
misulimjt s motion, th' intention of which li> to prevent the 
di'posalof pl&r#> ^d pen^i»n» iu rovert'ioi!, 

'Ike lion. (7. PftA'Ovjr gave notice, that he would on 
Ticiihy nest move fo> the produciton of certain papers rr!ati\e 
to the Kxpeditiou a|;ai: (I Copenlia{;en, 

Tbe.S'rc^KER pive notice that 00 Private Bill wodld be re- 
mrni after the ^th of Ketfrnury, nor uo fteport after the 28th 
ifilirch Delft. 
1 l(e Report of the Address to bis Majesty, voted yesterday, 
Waj liriiu);at up, J»/n, J. M'T>os ii.n mx and snU, that after 
fc-liflicird ith Majesty's Speech read frum the Chair, and the 
Mxf nkirb egsuea, be wasasl<>i|i^hrd that Ministers should, 
feltfir own soke, refuse to ittve, not only Parliament, hut 
lie 1*451:0, explicit infririnatina re.-pecl(ng the aShir of Copen- 
h.m. vhich ip the pre«eiit instance he, and every other person 
<B« ihoujht independently, considered 01 > steriou< and disgrace. 
(•I. He then contewltfd, that silence nas'aproof of their bar- 
isfWinfornOilion of the Secret Arli<l'« ofthe Treaty of Tftsll t 
ullUal Uiiimaik was sacrified to the chimerical dreams of 
blal aM'xtpation, for it was iinpofsihlr, ,if »n eagle had flon'n 
«itl| the iulrlligciice of the Treaty nf Tilsit, it could possibly 
be ill l}onDlng-^lrel■*( before Adiniral Oaiabier appeared oil' 

■ Mm. fi'iim, hra frtr word*, drfemUfd the pallcv of crip- 
fih^ Dfli«Mrk,-iui4 wlnhcd that ~ all IliF birds whreh hiid been 
.M tlie Tietirttf Tilsit, bad- he^n caught by hit Majetty's able 
*l«^lh^ished Ministers." 

' .*e. Hjot kk* hij^ly applnuded the snniUirt of the Clothier? 
rfVork^hipe, for petitiopint; his.Mnjesly-for peace, as the seil- 
tnirbti their 'petition contsiiiied were absolairiy -wrung from 
tteatv Ikeir s>|rrripgt. 

Ht. X. J. TAiLuK very ftirciblv c«t«ur««l the enqiluct. of 

Iwninsia the affair of Copr«hB|;rn. ' He Then Vald, that tike 

fiKwittre at I<eed» applied to bhn for his »*»ice, but fci? tnl* 

*»», fa the fitrt iuMauce, *e Would not hainijs thciiwrm- 

*n««f the cnontry. 'Ri^r'ttten ajipliea to~triiH. tn be Chatt- 

*u<f their Mretinfr^i, wlildi -he iledilie4 r 1>Ut, wolwitbtlaftd. 

^ &•■ rioihicT* wrre certainly jttstl4(^tF'iB4heTrprocee4lnr(| 

*T»fre actuated by dircfal necessity » tfcey" w«», lirla- 

VM to sat, siarvii^ ; and hniwtr \VJI1, iict<»nlilq> . to the 

r**h, lirrnk througti ivsioBeWaH Thelatc Ord^of his 

'^'f*'! in <'nnn'cil were latqenlabiy the caute of that calnmil^r' 

•*fi they now endured, for the Cl(uitien *rre indUpntahly 

"Wiattd, that had it ijot'beea fhr tlnMc Order«, their nmnu- 

^o»in nuald, ill >pite nf every other obstacle, find their way 

*• otry part of the Continent of Eurupe. lie then very 

frcibl} railed upon the general to be unnnlmnns In 

(titionii^ ihe King, to disoii/s his prc!*at disgnicofal Minl- 

"efivho, by their w«alu>e«» luA wkkednem, involved thi<- 

*»«trj is mil:. 

,•*•• n.'fii/Tir stated, that there never, in the annals of the 
»»nd, liad iiceurred snch a case as that of Denmark. With re- 
Pnl to Petitions for Peui e, be represented a larte and populous 
">v,llut vf Norwich, the trade of which had uiffenid materitilly 
^ the «ar. The citizem of Norwich had consvlted Mmon the 
ftoyrirty uf petitioning th« King fur Pence, but he bad set bis 
^ spiffit any thiiK of the kind at present, from ua Idea that 
Siti«trn »err well aisposed to Bepoeiate, and that they were 
n nigrr for peace as the pour starv;ne ninBu6u:tur*n of that 
<"T- If, however, it turned out, that Ministcra had rejected any 
Foposition — any means of negurlatlon— <ir any thing tike on 
"<tt(r(, hit ob^ednnc to petiiiun for peace would be done 
V>*)t *'* he should, witiiou' uny scruple, lend his aid and as. 
*««ceto kis ninsiiluniis in ad<!ns«ing bis Majesty in lite nay 
'^^'^IH by the C'uDStitistion, as tho inherent right of the sub- 

It, %ft»ftAiur r^.vjrixa, inexplnnatlottof what he htid 
■"^ Uh Dirhi.said that M ioisters received a copy of *hr. 
IftatyorTibitonthc ilth of. AiigMt hMt, but they bad infor- 
■«•*•«<»{ its naiare *«ne time before. Thens was nothing in 
*V<MieTmitv wliirb adverted t» the measures alliidt'd to in 
"t i>r«h delivered hy Htr.l«t4» OviMMwtn.- iUrikWrs 

had nut got the secret Articles of the Treaty, bnt only the sab- - 
^jnre of them. These articles were knowu before the projected J 
expedition, destiiic<l to another quarter, tailed, Tbc arHiainent 
'I ad been prepared fur Stralsund, but after Ministers had attain- \ 
ed a knowledge of the private stipulutiuns in the Treaty of Til-, 
sit, it tvas applied to another purpose. A large portion of the., 
armament destined for StraUuud had actu.-illy sailed, when its ; 
destinatlou was changed, and it was scot agaiimt Copenhagen. 1 
The querllon was then put aud carried, and the Ueport of the ; 
Cumroittec appuinled to frame the Address was brought up, 
read, and agreed to. It was ordered to be presented to his Mu- i 
jesty by sucli Members as were of his Majesty's Must Uunuurable 
PrUy Cqoncil. — ,\iyouriied to Monday. ; 

I'l I ■ 11 1 1 I i i /■» I li III 1 


•IS rsNsa/*, 81, tAS. 1808. 

A notion was made to ointt the fourth pnragraph In the mn. ' 
tion tattm Address to the Throne (viz. the paragraph respect- 
)ng-theS«isarc«f the Daftlsh Fleet), and the question being put, 
" Thart die said parapfph do stand part of the motion," the ' 
same was carried In the nIBnaittive. 
" OutnrTic^rT, 

I' BeciMi<« no proof of hostile fittenllim on the part of Den> - 
mark' has h«esi 8dda<<rd, ndr any rase of necessity made out, to 
justify 4lM attack nyon Unpenhagen, without which the mea- 
iurait, in oar eanreption, discreditable t» the character and in- 
jurieus to the Interesti of this coontry." 





Dissi:mtii;nt, forthe above reasons, and for thpse tha^ful. 
.low ; 

Bemuse, it has oi^ly been through the slow and painful pro- 
gression ofuiany ages, that civ irfted nations have emerged Irom . 
a state of continual insecurity and violence, by the bstablishuirut ' 
of an universal public law, whose mn^iIus and precedents have [ 
bcentoi^nckpowledged to be of the same forte and' obligation, 
asrthc municipal cunstilaiiQus »f pnniculiu states. A tssunt ■ 
« hich \k\$ grailnally ripeiKd with the advsuicemcat of JrarniBg ; 
-and the exieni^ioo of cumracrrr, and which ought to be held, 
j)aered and invlnl^^e'by allfipvcmiaeots, 3s biiuliag ihe ytMlfi ' 
.civilized world ui>der Due politic and loopiil d^iminina. 
; Because, Alleged departures from the prir.ciples and autb** , 
rity nf this public lijw in tbc earliest si ages of the i' reach Ite— 
volulioQ were hold out by (he PurliiiiiMml of Oreat tiritaiji, asj 
;th<! url^in hnd Jitftt&culion of the first "War wttti ilevotuiiunary 
Vrnnce, and because in all Xu Htb^-qneM st^iges, tbeicuutivuanco . 
of irostlKtiet! was uniformly v]Micated in vari<uas act. of sti^, 
as being necessary . for thesupyiJtt of ;lhc mural and ptriilical ; 
jirdrr of the.wurld,aeuitiit the at owed 'disregard iMid sul>v«r>iau 
of it by the dlH'ereut guvernments of Kroner, in their ground- 
less and unprovutEed.attack.« upuit tbe.'|nA>(ieu(leact> of uaolletid'. , 
ing nations, , " • , » 

Because, Thejeople of (T|«at ftrimin, 00 being^ rfpeadedly • 
called upon by me Kriig and I'atliwii'Mit to suppurl tlie pablie ■ 
law, thus allcj^ed to ba>e been Viitlatcd, olid to ext>ibit qji ex-> 
ample to the must distnOIae<^, 'iH'intlexibte national virtue, sui^- ; 
milted to the hea\it<st h>ff(neiis,>(iiid sacriliceil the must esMuttul ' 
advantages, rather than. cotbHit to 'Any peace, w hich was con-; 
Siderod by their Gnverttl<uciit as an &tja.n3unmoiit of their AUie$, ' 
«r as an ina.dequate ie(;urity for the rightiand privileges of' 
other nations: AndBeqtose, {t,a}ipeiirs iu uiuny. ^tate papers 
during the progress of tM^ yah with the dilTt rent GuvrrninrulS. 
uf France, that it wits tMduty.-tnd the inlcrcit of Ureai llri- [ 
tain, and her the world, to nminttiii inviolate, the ac- ' 
knnwiedged principles of pivblic Uw, as the tmly fuuudutioiks , 
Vpon which the relations of jtcqce jttui amity between aatiiius 
I ould he supported. ' 

Because, It is the first nnd most ipdispmsible maxim of pub- 
lic' law, founded indeed upun the immutable priuelples uf jus-, 
tice, that no violence should be olfered by 011^: Staie in aqtitlier.j 
nor any intraslnu made 0(>on tw lights, property, iudepi-wlinrc . 
iir seonrity nf its Inhabtlants, e.veepl ujion aii dg4te9^'l•ln li\ micU , 
Slate, and the refusal of sideijuats: 'saii^lViciion ; or in tlt'e clrc , 
iiMance uf iiidispenjiblP necejsitvi invulvinj: lialioual di-siruc. 
tion, such as in the case of hn Wli'M'Jual 'would ju>ivrv liuuii- 
cide, ordestrwrllon i|f property for 3oirpr^\iilji:n ; "ai,iJ In-. 
tau»e the observanrp'of thij rlilc thiAil/y, if po.sibic, ,lj.; lirlj 
more sarrcd by gre:it anl po'avrfirt mfioo:-, it bein,; tiic very) 
leml and object of Ian' t^ ^iv.- perfe'c •.-eeuiicy to the 
'■^renkelteflhimmiitlet iftiTertiie Ihadott'of ■fturmj^uhiiiljusticu,'' 

.igitized by 




JAN. 24. 

^er.-ias«. The late attacJi upon Courahngrn, tn a season nl 
pprooml p*«re witli the Crawn' and r^ople of Denmark, and 
lAmedlatMy fi>Uo*iiie thesiifemn TJerlnrnllon hy the Crown 
I'rlnce, of hi* re«ilannn to maiolain his arutrality, and to con- 
•raer an; oalSoii as an Vnemy which should im-k tu (Hsliirh V, 
Would, without »r>inrj|i!it eniise, which in (his rii*e in whol jp 
niKuppnrted b,T proof, be a mm t monifi-jt and iiiiprinripletl dr- 
pkrinre front the wholetntrtn of moral policy and justit'e.whirh 
the Uriiith tiovernment had, at nhnve, profeswed to art upon, 
iitaMiiurh ai nnv ront<>mpt or Tiolation of pHblir law t>y the 
Oovem^nent of 'i'rance, though it mij(ht rrlraMs Great nritaih 
from all obtenraitce of it, at ^asrejjardrd Fuch oflrmlin^brlli- 
(Ment, mold nft.t poniblv dcffroy or alTert its pro.terti- e (auc- 
tions in her intercniinei wkh friendly and |)raceable Ftaet. On 
the contrary, it ouRht fn havo inivst'ed the law of Nalionti with 
> more binding and larrrd oblijpUioo, linrc the profrswd object 
And jaitifiratinu of our war with Franre at tfant very momei^t 
was to reitnrc to Mflerins world the gnod Uth and lecuriij 
wliicli had been Instby arnatewpt «f iuUomiuion. 

'Itecaibc, Inforraalion of a (Mrojecjed rnnfedency betireea 
France and Deaniark, awuned, withoot eTidesor, to Imvc bsep 
cdmmunicated to MiniMert ihrni^b rbanncU which ntUed, <Ni 
their paVti, for ioviolable lerrecy, might be a foundation for ac- 
4}uittiii;r them from blame, if the qurnliou before (be H»f e had 
been til* priipriety of their acquittal or coudeiNMtiaOt jwt It 
caiihol pn&sibly justify, in the abtcurcof all proof, «o Mitmt 
tn hid Mi^c^ty, pronouncing their atlack UMn Qofientu^cen to 
be nn act of iuJis)ieiuil>le duly ; bcriui'e, glTiaj( ^ifieAil to tte 
dectaraliiin.^ nf Miiii.-trrs, that they bad ioCitrm^tioni 0f giKk 
)>rftjected confederacy, it is impn.vstlile for tbi* House to kon» 
%Tlieth^r liiey ou,>;ht to have been acted upon to to drendrul an 
eitent, without having before it, most precUi^y and dittinrtly, 
the specific liuiurc nf such eomiiianirati»i>s so at to be able to 
ettiaiate the credit dun to them, not onfy fniui the facts tben- 
selvet, but from the situations aiut chaiactert of the pertont b> 
wbon they were made. 

-The cnmlutt, beside;, of Ministers, in the whole transaction, 

it In manifest opposition to this principle nf the altnck Tl<ey 

DHide no such cnnrge upon Denmark when before Cnpcuha.^cii, 
sor ev;o pretended to hare invaded her with the cnuie nf wax. 
Tut Ir language upon the spot, and even in the Address proposed 
tn Ml M^esty, Is the language of regret, a language tUterly 
Inconsistent with the Tindication of a proe««diiq(, which would 
bave'been as mild and forbearing against ao^nemy, as it was 
t>Mbaroat and treacherous against a friend. The position alto 
«f Oeumrk, whea the assault was made upun ber, is the 
ttrangett evidence to resitt the presumption of nn understaodiug 
WtH France. Her army was in Holstcin, which Fnuice was 
vMiMteg, whilit ZMla'nd was left dcfenceTess, and the ships 
di>manlled, at a moment when the consciausness of a treaty or 
t^iMtney mmt far>re sDgge«ird to all the conlractiiig or con- 
fedtntlng par ief« the necessity nf concrntnittng the whole 
force of DenmariC, to di-fi n I b^ r capitot, ai d so secure her deet. 

BeCMOte, tio evidence wliatever has been laid before the 
Hnnte, to establish any hotlilc confederacy between JJeoncirk 
•nd f ranee,- bur aaj design M the part of the former to depart, 
from ihe s'rictejt peatrality f on ^he contrary, the abovc-nien- 
fintwd tolemn deciaratlon of the Crown Pritice to the British 
Miniaier, ought to have been received by his Majesty's servants 
a< the pledge of • firm resnlation to loainlain neutrality; nnd 
bt^cMase iratbing short of a hostile design in the Ciurerniiient of 
Drniuark cnuld Jutdfy tbe demand of ber fieet, or tbc boiubard- 
aient of Ccyrabagea to eftforre the surrender ofit. 

KeeauK, It was cnmgjeielv in the power of Oneat Britain to 
btve proteeied the Danish tieet f^um nay l^ostilc atlarlc of 
France, wMcb dcktroys the pretence oT such an indispcnsible 
aeretslty w CoaM alone justify even tbe ilightest trespass upoa-l 
a pMoeaMe and nnotrending state. 

Becatfe, Still Kaomiag, in the abaenee of all evidence t<l the 
roBtnry, that Ihe C^vermaent of Denmark wa« faitliful tn 

Into the poiKMba mr power nf Fmnce, coald possibly justify 
its hotllle teiZtti« hj Great Britain. Such a principle wnuld 
be utterly tuhverttve of tbe first elementii uf Public Law, as 
bring dcttrtietive of the independence of weaker States, in as 
Biueb at it would create a jurisdiction in the stronger natiDm ' 
to snbftitute their own se<!urily and coAvealence for the general 
rule, and invest them also with the sole privilcgeofdetrrminiag 
t1i« accationt apon which tbey might consider Ibem to be ea- 
dangf red 1 and becaitK, to justify the attack' aad plunder of a 
■*t3k uobiTcndiog Power, upon tbe astvmptlon that a stronger 
Bvlligercat juigbt otberwhlp attack and plander ber, mould be 
fo erect a new Public Law upon tbe foundatiaai of dtshonour 
•a4 Tiokoce, inaluiy thy tjfwaj pf etie wuioo » i||maiit foir 

■ubstitutiog tiK doroiaioo of oppression for the sacred obli{a> 
.iuns of morality, buaanitv, «od justice. 

Bee lase. Supposing it to &8ve been not only probable, bnt evta 
certain, that France could have succeeded in carrying a«»j in 
t e winter (he ships and stores from Cupenhagrn,bot withoutfhe 
einsent6f Denmaik, faithful to her ueutralily, tbe Iniqaityof 
that act, in sound policy, independently of all considerations of 
iKlice, ought to have been left to the French (iovermncat to per- 
n •Irate; because Ibccarcwset of the ships would 'have been tbe only 
f oit of an act o,f the deepest atrocity, whilst the iudigaalioii nf 
a brave and geocronsitcople, now- too justly directed iigaimt 
trfeat Britam, would then hare been pointed against Fimcf) 
an I Denmark, with the pmteriion «f our fleets, might have kept 
open tbe B:dtic to our commerce, and e»toided our maritliao 
me-tnt of restoring the'tranqntllity of the world. 

Because, Until nh attack upon Copenhagen^ shall teteive 
vindication by proof of its justice, or condemnation, in thesh- 
lence of il, from the Parliament of Orcat Britain, she has M 
|ier moral station in the world, since the very system of wrong 
^nd violence, which ^he hat so long confederated Enrope to a*- 
ftrpv, »t the eupcnre of her blood and retonrco, will Iwu* httfl 
fttablis^ed and confirmed by her own example. 
' B^ecauce, A whole nation ought not in the mean liiae lone 
dishonoured, nor'lts immemorial characteristic brought into 
qucsiionfor ihcartkof Ministers; and bccauw it is the doty of 
those sulject"^, who", by the ronstilotiou of the Government, 
have the high privilege of perpetuating their sentiments upoB 
tWe public recoi-ds of their country; to vindicate theaadya 
from the imputation If hsvsng acquiesced in acts of tbe great- 
CiCiiy'ustlce. \ ., , EasKi**. 

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Lgcds ItfBCTj.'fc. — Oo TB«»d.iy last* mooting of tht Mer- 
chants, AUn^facturen, and"lnh;ihi(nntl of Leeds S(nd the ai\)»T 
rent orighbotirboad, wot Iicldiatbts great area. of the^Mitra 
(loth Jlall, pursuant to public ooiice, fbr lhe4>agMK4( p'l^ 
tio^iing lii'i M^csty for Peace, The meeting WM cot«p<>»«* 
cliirflvaflbe manufacturers' in that part of the country, anj. 
consist rt of between 8 and lO.OM peraoos. Mr. Joba lift> 
was called to the Chair. . „ 

The Chairman addressedthe Meeting in a neat and anproprW* 
speech, disclaiming all party views or motives, slathflj the ow 
ject of Ihe meeting to bo tcdely %r th« geoeml and BationiJ 
gopd of the country at Inrge, and exhortln tbe Meeting to qmn 
and peaceable demeanor. He then proceeded to r«ad »*''^' 
Hesolutiooii, exprcsbive of the fiiwlbigs of Ihe maaufactureir, «Cj^ 

Mr. Bakewell, of Wakefield, read * draft of the inteoiled 
Petition, in suhstaoce pearly »« follows : — 

The Petitionfrs assure his M^ctiy of their itUacbmept to M 
.person, and the priociplet of Government which placed hl» 
.tlajesw and bU augwt *"*»Uy 00 the Throne; »o4 rcprestut 
to bis H..jest7 tlio tUstfrsM^ state to wWch great numben oJ 
our mrt«haotoaadawM>fa<^uren wcre^-doccd by tUf longcop- 
■tinuaocc of ike war, depriving theni of foreypi markets, 
whereby ataoy workaiM aro left without cn)ploymept, and the 
smaller omnii'lactorrrt usable .to provide for their fainilies ^ aw? 
they express their appreheusloo,of tltesc calamities being JOr 
created by a war with Amcr'*'*. they allude to the heiivy 
Uxes and addition to tlu; ijalioiiat debt, and the increased tumual 
expeoditura of the CQontry : ubile the power and territories ot 
the enemy have been enlarged, nnd our aWict have deserted us to 
seek his frieailship qnd proiretiua. 

The Petitiooers further express their fears, that •!">"'«' **f 
war coniinae, many of the former allies of thi^coanlry will be 
dcaim «to cloflsr eomiectloo wllh France, and make amity 
with tbi* coaatr^ very diifirult to he resumed. I,t implores hi* 
Ms^etty, at'tbe father of bit people, to adopt aich measures a» 
mav appcitr expedient to rcsture to us the blessings of peace, 
and concludes with assuring bit Mi(J|Bety of tlicir loyalty, atf 
twhtnent, audsopppri, should th(e cp»t»iiBiinii of.peace be re- 
tarded by any demand of the enpniy, iocontis^ont With tpe ho- 
nour an4 tccaritv pf the realm, &c. &e. . ,, . ,_ 

Tlie PetlUoB was JKjord with jtpprpbation,, api '«1»»S*»**'' 
oflervrardtthe Meeting dissolved. 

Neither Mr. Fowkes, Lord MUton, ajr. Wilberforce, noranj 
leading GenUemea of the cpunljr. were present at the Meeting. 

ElKTEii, Ja!». 80.— This day Lieut. Halifax, of the Roj«| 
I^ncasMip Militia, . whose engag^saeat to walk tbtety >»|'«r« 
dav, for iHeoty successive days, bat complefctl his labonoua 
uadorsakair, aad be ^f«i u«b«red t»io thU city in trioutph, pre- 
coded by i6e a«gim«nial Baufl of Mutic, and accowpHBled by 
oo immeate cnncoorae of pfople, both on bortebaclL^i^iooV 
wlw trtlitraiwrt m >>Blmwirt/>pwte41imtW» ■ 

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MOtCtmrt attte ^uten't PM^ct^ tlktttk efjnnwtay, 1806, 
fremmt, th* King''' 3loit KxctlUnt Stujetij in CimncS. 

Viktttoi i( U expedient ia the pneieat ^v of the Jitb|irct< of 
\n Alart FAithfvi Majeity, iMid dmiOR the imetraptiuti in com- 
mnoMl cotmpoadnKc ketwwv tiiC^t Rrit^in ""^^ J't>iti)g«l, 
ttat tUim (bouU be pcmiiltcd to be civrn l<a Portu^orie pro- 
yrrtT bmi^lit ia and oeiainrd by tail Mijr^gty'i jiliip* of war qnd 
prmlrrnt hh Majesty h pimoed, by and vitb the Bdvi(« uf 
in Priry Coaw-il, to ordter.aud it Is hereby ordered, that claimi 
br Po iN gaiK |>ro)MrtT, flten by pcnoni <fnW nntbarMed 'by 
^ »w i. i, or bv tbe Cqasai o( atber ftmm aintiorired by lite 
t o ttt f - uK Miniiler mideirt attbto Caart.'ttwU be •diaittttf tu 
MalIii|fcCa*rtaf Adariraltvt ami H if farther ordered, tbiit H 
i uM'd late rcMitatloa shall pa« ef all toch profierty m shall 
fftu-kf the bUia af ladinc »r othrr 4«eaaMat« Arand na baard 
forlflgaese ships, cnmioi; from Portwicaese i>ettleiaeiit( ta the 
fMti ^Portapil, or heloac to kn Afwt Faitkfiil M^i«ity, or to 
lay sf h«r s«b j e« . M midiai;, at the date of this order, io the 
Bniils, or ia aay foreign «etHeaM>nt beloii)(<^ to irr Crawa, 
srii- ra^l— d, or ia aay rmoMry ia aaiity mith Ms Majesty, 
^a a 'groeral dain for every soch ship and gaods, given by 
ar C i il i ttl aader tile aothoritv aforesaid t and it is further nr- 
*ttt, tiau the property of (he mit>icc«f of her Most FaiMifal 
M^iesty, at 4he date of thi* arder, reiidinc ia Portojal, either 
hfl aa gt ii fc «o tiMm separately, or joiafiy wtlh subfetis residing 
ialhe B(asilt« or atbrr ptMes hotoreHrnfionrd, tbail be pro- 
naaactd ta bdoog as cUiiiaed, npon a geaeral rlain given for 
the WM oa koanl saeh Porti^pwse ship* as afaresnld : and it is 
fcnher o i fcud , that (he froperty tan mevtiAned, as sreH as all 
•ther proBCfty, under pnvate c&ln* already givrn, or to be 
fi l l, aad pranoHored to he Porti^aMe property, and bele«g- 
iag to petsoaa residAit ia Portagal at the date of this order, 
fhiH reaaia salHMt ta hi* Mi^esty's farther orders s and, ia the 
aeaaliMe, shkHhepat into tte jatot castady of ageats, lobe 
■■liaabatalf of his Mi\jesl>. nad.oa helialf of the Porla- 
jpMM Miaiuarnaideat at this Court, ox of any rlaimant ; and 
ihal saeh parts thereof as are peri^liable, or vrhirb it may be 
i*hcriM«« expedient to' sell, shall ba *>td by the aftttrsaid 
Igeats, ander eoamiisiMis to be issued by the High Coart of 
AdainAyj and Hit pvoeeeds thereof deposited ia the' said 
Coart « aad the Right Uoaoarable the Lonk Coaaiissiooeis of 

sielDlake tbene<vxiary measures barela us to them shall re- 
JfMheij apppf rtain. 'H^, FAiriiKHBm. 


J^ SbuTis EIw4rtky, ^ JaaicsVstthrt; Westailaitar, 

nttaitb and jeweller, to swrender Jaa. t«, Fch. «, aad 
Wck 1, ai tirelv, at GaildbalV Attorney, Mr. Davirs, 
l«r«i«k-st*eet, feoMea aqaare. ^ 

tsand AhnhaaM, Sandwich, lianwiiaiMr, Jao. 29, 30, and 
tochl,_att(a. atOaildhiA, I«odov. Atlaniey, Mr. Aa- 
tki^, Eari^rret. Blackft'iars. 

Joseph Tidtaaiah, N«w Caaa^-^trtca, ITaw Kait>n«d, 
baUrc/aii.89,9a,a«iMaK'hl,atteu,at(aaildbal». AtSa^' 
aiet, Utmn. PhilHpsaad Waed, Hniraid>«trnit, Strand. 

Aathaay ThaaM* Bosslaa ahd ThoaMM Willlaaw, Keat" 
MMt, flathwartu g«"0*i* ■**■> ^ *t twelve, Feb. 3, at ooe, 
WdMacck 1. atripvoo, aiGaOdhall. Attoraoy, Mr. Speck, 
St. Jaha's, Soathsrarfc. 

ThaoNS Ptfttilt, Wilaey, Oilhrdilriie. leatber-drHser, Feb. 
M. U.aad Maerb I, at twelve, al tW Hhakeipcar Tavern, 
ytv-sliett, Binaiaghaai. Atsontira, Messrs. Hasten and 
Martia, FaraivalVliiB, vt Mr. Wckh, Nasr-stMci, Btr- 

Haaghtan Spcaoar. West Wraltfa^, Qaafcridgislrife, imlf* 
pKt^ Jaa. at, Fek. 8, and March t, at tssetve, at (iaiidhalh, 

Amhaay J>atis, Struud^Greea, Middlesex, drakt in cattle, 

Jaa. ei, a* tvelvr, ttH.atoae, and March 1,^ trH,at Gttildh»0» 

Mtff^itj/, Mc« JUibwo% Charter' ttoasoaqqare. 


•■ fXi. 16. Wm. Creed, Jan. Fintb-laoe, Corahni, taylnr, as 

<H>e, :it-Okildfaait. i 

Feb. 14. -Wm. -aUddtatoa, John iloRoad ig ejd fc s it u a,. aod 
HsDif e Frltoo, tiverpool, mcrthants, at one, ,at the Caoba 
'Vuxen, Liverpool. 

F^ l(K TbowaR Booker, fiirariagbam, batlhtiHMker, m 
•Irten, at the Rwao T.tvipni, Birminghnm. 

Feb. IS. iantes Colliat, Oasport, buUder, at twelve, at Hm 
ero«ru iaa, Sosport. 

Feb. 9T. Cbriehtoa Heme, Portland.«tTeet, Ratt^ffrm^ 
Way, ;>lass-B>akrr, at one, at Oaildbail. i 

Feb. 15. Aie«aD<'erMaraiiley,I.otidon:mereht*t-,alhle<^. 
at OulMhaU. ^ 

March I. John M'Clnry, twelve, at Goliahdl.' 

•Feb. IS. Jahn Cease, r;rpat Wakering; E«ex, shopkeeper, 
at tiTflve, at Onildhall, Landen. 

March 1. Janris Oefiaaa, Aldemanbary, hosier, at one, at 

Feb. IS. Richard William Ulnik Schnieder, While Lie** 
mart, B(rchi»-taae, tacrcbniit, at unr, at ODikthalt. 

Feb. 18. Janes nulley, Fmme-ScIwotHi, 8eincrieltUre« 
hwholder, •t'«devea,at'the Bash Tavrm, Bristol. 

.Tames Crosstey, llalifuxt-mrrcbont. 
Charlc^^liaard, FcnchOrch-strect, wtnc-mrrchant, 
Francis Paol Palmer, Worcester, money -scrivener. 

TnDBsoAr, JAN, lil, {SOt$. 

Attataies, Mr. Catting, Bartlett's-bniMl^p, Hoi* 
hsio. or Mr. Wattoa, ga T sea WiJdea, Etaor. 

.4«at» Bete, Mistier, Biaes, sUp-taHaer, Sm. M,«T, aad 
lifck U «t tee, ««.tfce Tborw loa, Miuley. Attorney, Mr. 
AsAtase, Mtsfley. 

Jasrab Kadr%nes Penado, BcvU Marks, iherchast, ,Ja;e. 
n, P».#, and 9firiirb I, At elhtree, at Oaildbail. Atioraey, 
lie. Siflew, MoanaeDt.yard. 

'ThiWiii XaxMd, of Lewet, grocrr, JTan. ft, Feb. ?, Mii 
^(chl^elrve% at GaildlMlI, Li0q4«>iv AKoioey, .\tr. Sud 

Dnmiag-Strtet, Jan. 89. 
Captain Mnrphy, of the 88th n-gimcnt, Brigadc-Ml^W of 
his . Mnjaty's forces at MadciM, has arrived oi the (Mice of 
Lord ViseouBt Casttercogb, one of his Mj^esty's Prinrinal te> 
rretaries of Stale, with a Dispairh, of which thi follnwiv is 
an extract, fton Maior-Geocral Bcrcsfurd, dated Madeixa. 
Dec. W, WOT. .,»»•, 

txtrmd^a Ditpattk fr»m Staiar-Oetura Jtertifttrd, l» WU- 
count CatUrtMgk, datid Uaicira, FuncAai, Dk, 29, lijOT. 
I have the satislactinii to commuoirate to yoar LordtMp tha 
siUTc^r of the Island of Madeira, a* the S4th last, to hi* 31a> 
imty's anns. 

Vie bad, prrvioatlyto the ships coeiiiag to anchor, sent «» 
the Revenor to sarreitdrr the Island to his Brluaaio M^jeMy, 
nderiag the lenns we were aalhorised, trhich were acceded to. 
The troops were immediately landed, and before darfc were ia 
posicstioa of all the forts, aad bad the »d aad llth rtgtmema 
-opuapiKd, with tbebr fldd-pirces, a little to the wcet ttfthe 

In regard to nnaaimHyand cordial coniacralias, itlstulli-' 
dent to say;, it was fiir tiainael Hood 1 bad to act with •, an* 
the oltiect, the scrTire of his cosntry. His atdbat acwl ebaraie. all thesaaie seniimeats, aad the almost unaoimitr 

t had the faUest rrasoa to he latMled with the atal and 
anioar of all the nScers aad^shopemrte* nv orders. 

I base the hoaoor to iaclese the Artsctea of Cayitalatiea 
iwMeh have been agreed epon. 

; Captain JUrphy, of the 88th rrgiimeat. Brigade Major fo' 
'the forces, will be the benrer, and cmnuuMicate any farther 
particelaA year i4>rdshiii TDoy hcde«iraasAf konving; end I 
•beaihly leceaMnend Uib u> hi* MiO«*ty's ouxt gractea* cuasi« 
(deration. a 

iTenns of CapiUilatioo for the Isliwd of Madeira and Its De> 

Srndracie;, agreed upon by hi* EtcelVacy tlie (wvemoraoA 
^ptain-Gcncral, Pedro Fugundcs Barcllard'AaMsc Mew*esk 
on the part of his Royal Higbor* the Prince Itcgrnl of Por- 
tugal, and by Rear- Admiral Sir Samuel Hi.od, Nairht of the 
I Bath, nad IVbuar-Qearral JHerasfbld, os the |Mirt oCHA Bri. 
j tannic M.ijcsty. 

Article I. That eatbe s^aiiaK of th^ prrsetit treatv, the fs- 
l:Hld of Mndeinvaod its depeodeoeir* shall be ddivered upte th«i 
.Comomndcrs of His Urit:ii)iiic Mojcsty't furces, and to be held 
and eqjoyed by bis said .Mt^icstv, with all lUc riicbt and privi- 
leges, and jorisdictions, which bcretofora belMiged to the Crowo 
of Portt^l. 

: I L It IS agreed thesaid Island shnll he evacuated «ad renlr- 
Uvcred tu his Royal ilighoess the JPriac* K«xeal «( Xmagal, 

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or to Ills heirs and fucccfsor? , when the free insress and eprcss 
to th*! Forts mt PoThiRal atitl its Colonies shall be re-«ta1itislted 
as heretornre ; and trtien t^e SovereigiKy of Portni^V ihaH be 
eniHncipolrd frona the rentroul or influcore of FraiKe. 
. III'. For the present tbe arms and amnntBitioA of allikMs to 
be delivered and placed underthepouesiion of tke British. 

IV. PuWio property shall be napected and drllTcred at the 
•Bme times aoil.auder the same circouistanoes, with the Ulnnd. 
His Britannic Majesty, during the period his troops shall occu- 
fty (be Island, reserving the rat of aU such property, and the 
Revenue* of the Island, to he applied to the laalDleoaocc of its 
relijpDii*, civil, awl miUl^ry eMnblisbmeDts. For the above 
purpose all the public property, of whatever 4eM:rip(ian, to to 
firnnOUy delivered up, and received by the Cuniaissarles respec- 
tively appointed for that object, r 

V. All private properly on tbe l^bmiaf ^tadeirn, beleti^ng 
to the subjects of his Royal 11 ighnckS the Prince RcKeut of Pnr- 
tuf^l tn bo respected. 

VI. Tbe free exercise of rcliKiou* worship to be maintained 
aad protected as nt prcsi nt estnbiished, 

VII. The iiiiuM);ia«is tu wiunin,tn the enjoriiieiit of th* eiwil 
constitution and uf their laws, as at prceem e.>tublishodawlad'< 

Uoiic at the Palare of St. Lorenzo Fnncbal, Madeira, 86th 
,. . December, 1«}1. ' . 

.P. r. H. D'^sTja ■ ilKinft*, . : 
O Govero.idor c Capitao (■ de llh.a 4a Madeira. 
.S',>w. Hood, Kcar Admiml, IC, B. 
If. C. DanrsroRD, .Vlajjor-Gen'Tal. 

AdmiriiHii Ofiee, Jmn. «0, 1808. 

A fiispatch,- of which the followi'oR n an littraef. Inn been 

received «t this office, from Rear Adniinil Sir Samuel Ifood, 

K. B. &c. a<5clre>seil to the Hon. Wm. Wellefley Pole.dated on 

hoard his M.njesty's ship Centaur, Fniichal Bav", .Madeira, Dee. 

£x*rtlf^ «f <i Vi-yintch frnm Tfrnr Adtnint Sir famttr^l tTnu'i!, 

K.-tt. dalrdCtnlaui^'Funehiil Bn</, ilttltirit,Pfe. 29, IfiOt. 

Sin- - 1 hure the pIcJtsure to arqu tint yim, for the inroinu,- 
tion ofthe i.ords Commissioners of thu Admiralty, the Man4 
of Madeira hns surrendered to his M.nlcjfYS force? ronfiied to 
the command of M.-iJor-{Tenrr.T.l Beresfonl and my«olf ; aod 1 
have the hmiattr to enclose yon a copy of the ArlicK^s of Capi- 

. 'fhe squadron nanml in the margin, f and transports, ar- 
rived on the 2.Srt, off the Island of P.irto i^anto, and off this 
bay in the fMrnonn of the 84ih4' flftd though the shipn were 
(athcr btrtli'd by the light winds under tbe land, in enfiering' the 
bay,- every sJitp was anelinred conformable to my wiMiil; and 
beicg:pl.VC(l within a raiilc's length of the forts, and the armv 
ready to discnibark, the. troops were immediately allotved (o 
lalri'tuid tiilie pn^srssion gf xhit priocipRlAwt*. Nevt d«y Ve 
met 0<e (ioveronr at the Palace of .St. Lorenzo, and arraugeil^ 
ttin .Article of Capitulation, « Ktcb #«r'e slimed on the ie&h, 
in pretence of the Civil land Military Offirrn of the Island. 

A» Mi^^M><'>enerBl l^r»fard will give all the other' pnnien- 
kir.o iKlative to tbi- itluad.tq hir M:\jeaity s .Hiscrctary of mate, 
1 »hull only add, from the continl goriil U'lder^tanding that has 
sulxisted. betneenujl, "hs well aa betwreif the whole of tlie 
army aud ifc-ivy, had thece been resiktnnce, every thing vie 
(puM have drsieedwaata btiDxpected from Imth services. 

I have III express my rntire vilitlaetion of the ('apti)ln<i, 0<R> 
•jcTSi and mta of his M<'je«t>V ships un this service; and send 
•y Fit¥l l.icuteirant> (Jeorgc llrmlersAn, with this dtspulch. 
^'e is a vcry«xcrlls*ot.Otncet, and 1 tniist reter thMr l.or(l.-ihlp« 
in him for any furlbcr informatiiw; and I bej( leave to rtJcum- 
tncnd him to iheir Lur(l<^hips' notice. 

• • Fee Mnjor-Crneral ^erefford'i di«patcb. 

. ♦• Ceiitatir, York, Csiptain, Intrepid, Africaine, Shannon, 

Atresle, and Success. 

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Cnvn'OffHe, Jan. 4S, I80H. '- 

tteurERS nETvairco TO sr.Rv« in tub rnTisritT FAitLi i- 


Borrngh of Tavistock. — The Right Hon. George Ponsnnby, in, 
> the room of the Right Hoq. Karl Orey. 
City of Lincoln. — The Right Hon. John Sayile, KnrI of Mex- 

bor> ngb, of Methley Hall, Vork, in tbe ruoiit «>f the Hod. 

VI \ Vmm Montoa, deceased. 

[The (iazette of thisDtgfit anoitanres the. capture, of two 
French lugger privateer; ; -thjion i ! of eighteen ^us and sixty 
mmj tajwti by ttic Lianet lirix • the other of si^tcea £•■>• anil, 
fifty -<^igbt men, by tlie Pauiiora i>ioop »f war, 

[The Gazette also contains' Invnl addressci from Edinhur'b, 
niusgoiv, and the united tosras of Port (ilasgow anil Nrnxrk, 
assariilg his Miflesty of' tllerr ufctitlHtig snpp»rf in the preseut 
arduous struggle i»hatev<!f may be its eniitinunnce. ] 


William Harris, Pruryil.tnc, 'nu(>llc'n-draper. 

Williap* Blir.l(er, BMMMt-stceet, (//leaptide, warehouseman, 
to surrender iiut. S6,atel«veiv, I'r^. (>,at oar, and &(iu-cJi &,al 
tirelye,at Uuildl^ll.. AU»riM<y,'Mr, Adams, Old Jewry, 

John 'i'bonitout (i3tvr<'n<e^lVivUMey-l«ae, Che»psid«, mer-t 
chant, Jan. ^6, SQ. fuiX Marc|) 5, at ten, at.Giiildhall. Alter- 
nies, M^s.'^rs, raLniKr, f oitlioMNK, itod i'honMuq, CoythoU'Cuttrt,. 

William ^ropim440i|g-aliey,, Shoredilcb, victualler, Jan. £5,. 
at eleven, Feb; C, .it two, tiifi March ^, at vne, at UuildbaJI,. 

Thomas ire, liolboni, i;h>vw, Jau. iO, Feb. 9, *nd M;ircb a, 
at twelve, nt CiuiidUall, ^tii^riMi^, Messrs, Street«ad Woojfe,. 

iidward flsser. l,ii)<Ifirld, Sussex, tn^p-manyibcUirefV Feb. 
i, 0, .and Marl) 5, ujl twfclv.vat Gaildliall, L««d*ui« Auorne) , 
.Mr. James Krilly, Siall'pitl-raw,, UuckinghaM-giUe. 

Thousas C^tfsijy, Waitham-.\i>lM;y,sb<)pk<iep«r, Jon. 86, SO, 
and March i, at .leu, a^ G«t)(>lb»l|, liugdon, Atlorary , JUr. tiyd- 
dall, Aldersgate-street, 

William \\ intertke youiy^r, lllurkfriar's Road. ps|i«t«|r« Jaa. 
26, Feb. M, al two, nud,.Mfireh a, at one, at C'uildUaU. Attor- 
ney, .Mr. .^Icyaiott, Charlnlle-birret, Bl#ckAri»r s K«im1. . , -, 

JuhnSr««ombe,H«rrabrid|r. Uevi)iijjuhu X«warnc, Tm»« 
Cornwall I Williiun Hoiti, Grampvumt, iVimwaU « - Cutfarrine 
Hoylr, widow, ditto, Cuniwall « Charles Qurley, Ilnfrabrtdgr,. 
Devon i and Richard Searle, Laiiiicrstoy, Comwail, wnoUea- 
manur^rturers, Feb. ST, at ten, March i.^nd 5, at cl<-ve»,at 
tbe Pope't; Head Inn, Plymouth. JVIIorney, Mr. ludwatd lir»>, 
TavisUick, Devon, 

John Wroe, Ferrybri'lgf, York, r«*)->iarrehtint, .Tan. 87, at 
sit,^, %(ten,altbe Angel Ipn, Fcrr)bri4Ke,,*iid«h 5, at. 
ten, at the Hotel, Leeds, Alturniet. Mi>»rs. Lula y nn^t Mvskcr, 
Fwrnival's lun, Iiondou, . 

CbarlrsSlokrsDuttSer. Graeechurgh-ftwyl^ ayirttaat, Feb. 
•i, 15, at two, «in<l March o, at one, at Gu^dkaJK, Attoraica, 
Messrs. Katon ufd Hard);, Birch in-lamr. 

John 'BrnoX'!. ilivcts^ead, York, merchant, Feb. 10, at fivr, 
I Ui»|id Mar? Iv3.,/(t ten, at tbe Man and SaddVe Inn, Uensbary.i 
I York. Attornie.s, Messrs. Syltesond KnoWlet, .\ew-Iim,Lon- • 
dim t and Mr. Francis Sjke?, Dewtlmrj, 

Charles Milts, Hoxliin, baker, 'Jan; S6, Feb. 2, and3, at 
tirrlve, iit Oiildhall; Limdon, Attomict, .Mcnrs,' Miath^ll aad 
Veal, Abingdou-street, Wntmtoster, 

Hargreaves Hudson, Salford, Irfuiraihire, nanulbctiavr, Fts 

hfnary 16, 17, niHi .March 5, M eleven, at the Dog Tnvem, 

Deantgate, ManHsester. Altorniiys, Mcssn. Hnhtmd and 

.XJaswerth, Manchester; and -Mettifs. .Milnu uuU Parc^, OH 

j Jewry, London. 

Jslin James Faller, YozfenI, Suffulk, draper, Feb. 1,4, and 
Moreh 5, at ten, at the Bell Inn, Kaxmiaidham, Sattblk. At-. 
tnrnies, Mr. John Kakrtt, Carlton, Sul'ulk ; and Mrtsrs. Dc- 
.barvand perby, Ko. I, Taofield-Caart, Inner Temple. 

Robert Hurrrn, late of Jleliale, Suffolk, cordwainer, Feb. 
I, i, tend March a, at ten, at tbe Urll Im, Sazuuadboai. At- 
torney, Mr. John Rnhelt, Carlton, SuOnlk- 

John Turner, tvwefling, Solbrk, draper, Feb, 1, S, andMarrh 
5., m ten, at the IMI lau, Soxsaundham. Attoroies, Mr. John' 
llabett, Carlton, KufoUi ; and IVIesirs. Debary and Dtfby, 
No. I , TanieW-cflur:, Inner Tempi*. 

William Daniel llalliday, Bath-street, Cily-Ruad, livery- 
stable-keeper, 'Feb.'S; at I'iBn, Feb. 9, ajrid' Mi\n'h 5, at eiir, 
ajtBitiMbbll. Attorney, Mr. I'eUatt, imnmongcr's H«li, Fen-' 
cbarch street. 

George Kndon, dtbertrise Y'eadon, Beni(ondsev-<strcet, Sar.^ 
reyt tfB)ther*di«Mrr, Feh. 6, at twelve, W, ut one, ami Mailh 
6..aAt|*o. Allorueyt, Alt'. PduiKC and Son, Hwilhiu's-loiic. 


Feb. 90. Thomas Berkeley , Cornhill, merchant, at one, at> 
Quililhall, Loiultm. 

Feb. li. Janws Cuiliot, Gosport, bullfler, at twelve, at the 
Crown inn, (Jo-ipori. ' 

Jan. 26.' William Marley Evaos, ' Mark-lane, broker, »M 
.,nel>e, at Guilihal), Laudoa. 

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)!i> 'il. William Iloro and Rirhacd Jacknoui R«1-CT0¥- 
lfrrr:.Boraa^, rrrtiryiofdMliUfn, at nne, at GuiUthall, London. 

Oil. il. GfoTfe Vibitakn, St. Cotanllf, Curnnall, lineo- 
irtfn, n elrven, at the Gliibc Tavern^ Exeter. 

Frb. I". Ralph Hooldinf^ find John UoiUding, Prrs(«n, Loa- 
nshitr, d'jlrr^ in iiquur!!, at tea, at (<«ildbnli, London, 

Feb, I j. William Rirbardsou, Wrotiiam, Krnt, inwkefyeri at (uiUball, Lundnn, 

Frt. 16. Thomas He<rliine, and M'illiani Lpc, Bridj|;e-strcrt, 
Blirkfrian. jsroccrs, iit l<-ii, at nuildball, I.ortdon. 

Frh. I. John Smith, RroughloD, (.aornshira, calico-ptijitcr, 
(tihnT, at ilteSprrad Kaglr Inn, Manrfinter. 

Ffb, 15, iFxniuel Krmpton, Pl«rt-istrert, Iineii-dmii*f% ot 
In, at (ivildluill, LondiiB. 

I-Vb, It, William 'I'homilly, AdWn);toa, Cheitrr, caVrirr^ 
it rievro. at titr (i«l(lua Linii liui, DriuiiKate, jdaiKhrMer. 

Feb. 16. C!iristo(>licr llodifum aud AlUtsou Uodtpno, of 
Soiirrlaiid by ttie Sea> ltn«u-diapen>, at eleven i at the Qumb'*- 
K'^ii, in (iat.',iic,Hd. 

I'H). 18. llrnry Lnflui Ilodson, Itonttagdon, mercbaot, at 
de»«o, at tbr {''oantain Inn, llifntir^diin, 

frb. 19. Ilrnrv Bradli^y, flirmir.frliam, meiKbant, at one, at 
ftclotat Hoicl,'l'efflpir-ro«r, DlriAinghani, 

TAIS. John-CtilTiltr, Cbeapstde, liaen^mper, at eleven, 
i"«ld|ull. lAHtdnn. 

i'rii. V, John Fotler and William Monlunan, !JiW«r-itrerl, 
Iwd-tireet, Londan, warehoofcni^, at tnplvc, at GiHlditall. 

CERt'iFICM'ES.— FsB. ts. 
Jaha While, Cravea-boikUlKS, City-n»d, wmHunU 
l-ne\ Piti, Birniinj;hani, factor. 
Jola Halft, B^driiinster, Somorsrt, virlnallrr. 
Prtw . Moore, Lo.-lock' Gralain, roimlj of Chester, corn^dealcr. 
Sanwl Turner, Manchreler, lnn-li«tpcr. 
liaet Arandf I Hotre, i'aiiVs-rourt, llnggin-Iane, linen-draper, 
•rturte Ha^^ll. Mrmiiifchnm. perfumer, 
lla*oaFoi, KiiujMon-upun'lIull, n-titeh>iiiaker. 
wnii,im Sterenj, Liule Snint Tbnmni Apo>tle,m<io«'v-?crlv«ier. 


TkrknRthaod iai|>arttniceof (hi< ParKamrntary I>e<«lesand 
•1V7 PatiUcal Tnpici, IMvn r<ira|>ellcd us to exeMe man^r Me- 
iMl»g pofMilie Occarr«KV», fte. 

1%$ n«M.VMrWr of tlu Nmioxai. Xnnttrnw tttll ><t po$l- 

Orr!^ n-frimte4 mtut raiilf fur delicrnt, ttgUktr «<KA tltt iram- 

titl EaMeMi^ipal Title Plige, •n'^mtdaii, PrkmargT, 1808. 

<lnlrr> tktutd h^ tmPudUMf giarn t» Me A'«ii-«m«ff, or tent ig 

\tUt,ftt-fmid^ la t!tr. Offiec, Sa. 11, Ctttlurittt-ttf^l^ Strnnif 

Tlr Prtprirlan of thu Paper partlciUnrlji regM thai mnnifof 

<W S*Urrittri kavt been ditapiioinlcil <^ Ttreictng thin Paper 

»<kDag mflln PuhlUalion t ,thej) ore, moreteer, oerg tor'ii, 

litmral vflhttr Siik^rilteri hour hail otirr Papjcn left at 

liBr]i,m^, instead of Tun Satios^l Jt^uisTKn. Slioald 

Oil Ufrineipleil fondnct n/;niH tccur, on jVp/irr bfing nieat, 

HS^Urr^fnitl.puUlX to titc V.ioprtrtorSy the Order for the ijc- 

^■"Itflht Paper shall br tran\icrred la another .Viirinuin, ahv 

*itl ptiilgr kimutf far tlit punctual tfelinery of the lf,{ii0X4l 

Bci.r$P4«LlA»ir.NTARV HKKATrs, nlthtbrBiop-aphj-of 
'rtiToiiiAi CnARACTras, is n-piilarly Published on th<- 
t^ nf i-vfry Month. There are Ei^hl NuinltiTs of this elcs-mt 
Ul iudi^prmalile Work ulrradv piilOi.<^hrd, whlclj rnotain the 
• i'l' and PoMK »1TS of »oin<Mif ifif ino'-t di!-tiii;;iil.<hod Hritish 
■''j('<i»»r. The l.lxes of th* Senuliirs are impartially ivrilteii, 
aitlie Porln|it» are exquisitely cnpra\en fritm Paintinp of 
tie m«t vrlebraled ma-M.-rs. The Nixth XvMBKawill be 
p«l,lUkrdoB'tlte° I»t of February, IfOS, ami «ill he embel- 
l-W with the Portrait and t.ife of K .\ » I. Mo t R A . Printed and 
pvWikrdat TuE Natiokal KbcisTcR Officu, Catljcriuc- 


^^mptetfMg informed, U^f the Ctiutical a^i htghlg em- 
"^^ PohUeotioH, enlilted Lb Bkau Muxi>i:t or, Lite- 
»»•» AtD Kasiiio;! vni.i: MAiiA^ixe, icftiV* f'> regularlii 
riirubei ,H Ike Ftnt Dayoferrrif .Ifonth, Price It. 6d. hat an 
*^omfM Sole, end U aedmoflrdged to be one nfthe monl ad- 
\^*S'— medium' for the p^iUlHcilf of Adrrrliicmen1s,aud I'fo- 
^attmt% of Woftit ofltterilart, ic'hUh iiill be inserted, at any 
"f».f/i«irf»»IA« Oft'eei/fnE NATto!«Al, Registeb, on 


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JMH I II^ll ll i a— 8 

The attention of the Public has this week teen .dtielf 
engroMed by the Wwiin g ot Partiatkent. The Iddrrs*. 
bj 'pMBtetD^ hr'tmgiag futvrtkii the moit important and 
molt ditptited poUlical topic*, has at once called forth ait 
the energy of the Opposition. The chief point agaiust 
which they have directed their attacks i« the afiair of Cu- 
penbagen : and the refusal of Ministen to give any direct 
proof Miivt thay bail n.>ciiiv«dpKvioHs iufonnatioa of the 
hoelile ditpMitiOM of BoMaark, vfiiBrded tb«m a icopc too 
aniptofAr eensore and m\e(tiT9. It had been reported, 
that there existed some ditt'creiice of opinion on lliijibcr.d 
between the Members of UpposiUou ; but the contrary 
was very clearly domonstrated, by the energetic and lUv- 
cided disaj>probation exprcued by Lord Qhbnvii,i,>, of thr 
in«4<ure« adapted by MinisMrc. U is still idmo worthy of 
remark, that Lord Sidmohtn, who has «tway$ been noted 
forlhe CQhicUeoeet>f his 's<ntimenU with those of His Mx- 
.issTT, expfeasad hi» disapprobation of the attack on Co- 
penhagen, with a d(;gree ,of vehemence and acrinumy 
which his Lordship ijcldom employs. This circumstiinc'., 
might give riae to f orae spurulatioiNit cspiicially as Ills .1U- 
jbstt's re(uctaiica la th* ^ucasure h|w not bnen concealed : 
but Lord llAWKssBtuir, wfaotc oimncctinn with the Court. 
renrAiilVMiinpaiiH, «trepi6Dualy de&udcd its propriety. 

TheOppoaitiondidnotcfansBtotry their strength .\!^aiiisi 
the Address, and tlierofore it was carried in both {|<>u«p% 
without a division : but a Protest has since bccu cnlvrul »u 
the Journals of iJic Lords by several Pecr^i, a;;ain»l tluit 
clause'in tlie Aildress afiproving the attack of (!upcnh3«;e.ii, 
because no proof had been brought of any hostile iatenlio^ 
on tbepartof Uemnafk, nor any case of necessity madf 
out. Lord Itauitnf B, in addltiou-to (he reasons adduced I't 
others, has entered into a detail of his ohu reasons : he hus 
examinell the qiiesflM by tM law of luitions, and minutely 
considered the respective conduct of the British aud l)uai>:i 
Courts: from all which he concludes, that '* Uutil tltikax 
" lack (Ml Co|iei^gan shall raceivo vindication by proof of 
" its justiee, or coadAmnativn In the absence of it, fton 
" the Parliament of Great Britain, she has lu&l her moral 
" slalton in the world, siitcc the very Ktstoin of wronjr aiiii 
" viobacei qfhich she has so Ioim; contbdoratcd Kurupe to 
" destroy, at the et jicncc of her blood and rc|iourcc», w ill 
•> have b'een cstabli.shed and confirmed by her own exam* 
" pie." Those important Protests we bavo inserted. 

The oflRrial accounts have been piiblifified of the s:ir- 
rendcr of Madeira into our bauds, a^ a deposit during the 
war. This is a mottur of some consequence .to this couotrt,' 
bat of iar more to the island, which derives itswholn 
opulence from its wine trade with Britain. Had it fallen' 
into the hands of our enemies, its lahuhUunti, ifiusl have 
been ntincd ; and wc cnuiiut, therefore, wmidor that the ar-* 
rival of the British troops should have been >to heartily 
welcomed. To tbis«ountry, it might have been of some 
disadvantage had Itfadeira fallen into the bauds of the 
enemy; biit wo can scarcely derive any new benefit froTn 
its posscision. ]t affords no room uhatc\cr fur mrrcAutile 

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speculation, ai iU -nbplo trade hiUt for along course of 
7«iT»,1ieenrengrw»ed by Ihi* country. H is fvety conre- 
iriw* (nritittf^-ptaee ■ftronr fleets" onthefrYoiyagM to tto 
Wett and East Indies {.but 4iiis «oavenieaee the; fully en- 
joyed while jt.-nfDvmiei m the l^aada <rf.t|M Portuguese. 
Jl may perhaps ag'ocd gieater itcililica as a station for 
our cruizes, while in our ovn bands t "Aad .for this ad- 
vantage ire shall hare t« afiaintain the garrisons of Uie 
idanii. ■ ' ■ ' ; 

The AmbMRadors of Auatria, Prussia, and Rilsii* have 
at length taken their leave of thu coitntr;. The noted 
affection of Count Stamremberg to the interests of Brl-; 
tain, makes his departure be particularly regretted. Hi- 
lias left behind him a Secretary of Lcjjation, to walch anj 
.iavoucaMe occurrMces. The forced hostility of Austria 
can acarcoly produce to us any aeasible disadvantage i ^n- 
)esstlieiot«ri«i|^tl»oo«f •vir.tn4e v'ltkhm'mmAtm pc«- 
Tinces. Prince SvABRnsame Sfiiledfr«M Dttveroa Fri- 
day morning, fur Calais^ which place, it is thought, he 
Teachcd about eight o'clock in the evening- 

Their Majesties stnd the Royal Familj arrived at Wind- 
sor at three o'clock yesterday, escorted by a party of Dra- 
fOoiM,it having been a custom for the Royal ranrily to at- 
teiMlSt.(>eoi^'s Chapel, at Windsor, every Smdny is the 
year, ezeeptini; daring Lent. 

Pispatches verosaid to have been reeetTed from Lord 
Collingiroed at the Admiralty yesterday, but khc|r con- 
tents bavejio^traiuspircd.. , 

It was riimoured yesterday, that the Rochibrt squadron, 
TOflsisting of six sailof the line, had put to sea. and was 
-nnrsoed by Sir Richarl! 9trachan. 'No intrNigenco of this 
sort had boe» received at the AdMitaRy, nor cab the re-' 
port be traced to any snthentic saurre. 

A vessel is arrived at Qrecnock, wbidi left New York on 
ihc SSd of Deeemiwr. The eveaing befere, she was in- 
formed that a general embarj 
About two o'duck, when 
firing of camion, and sawjerqral 

derwreigh brought to in the Narrows, Neither Mr. Mon- 
roe noi* Mr. Rose, it is said, bad then arrived. 

The King of 9we<)(>n has declared his unalterable deter- 
mination to reratitt attached t» the interests of BritBifi i 
and hence » war betwemlUiBaBd Basaitia deemed in- 

The following is the substance eTAe Chitrges preSened 
against General Wbitelork : 

1. Hnvinj;, contrary to the tenor of htstractions, in tlitt sum- 
mons to Baeoos Ayrr<, required tbnt tbe Civil Officers and >la- 
l^lratea sIhmM he Prisoners of War, whieli, U is averred, i* 
contrary to all the roftnms of War. and had a decided 40^ in 
inSaminj; the civil pnpulntian lo resislaacr. 

2. Exposing tlie Armr, in inarcbinjc a)(ainst nacno« Ayres, to 
a detractive diwhar^^ of roosquetry from the town, without 
Ijtmishii^ that Army witli any mraas ordefcare or attack. 

9. Tlot being present personally on tht; advaqci s^sdnst 
Buenos Avrea ; bIio not krrpini; nprn a cnoimuniratioa between 
tbe main body of the troops and Inr det.-ichmrnt nnder General 
Craufard, which cnmpeJlnl that OScrr to surraider. 

4. Surrrnderingtho fortrej s of >Io|itc Video wlthnot nscessity, 
which was capable of maliinj; an rOectual resiijtance aftiqtt any 
force which could be brought ngainst if. 

In France a most important Decree has bocn issued by 
Bnonapartc. All exportation is to be prehiUted from the 
ports of Fraace, withoat aay exception, tin nwrchMit- 
me* will sail from any port, with goads of aay descriptioa 
whatever. By thi< measure, this ground of complamt is 
removed, which had been considered as a grievance by the 
Dutch, that the French wertf permitted to trade, while 
tbeir allies vrere compelled to every privation. Now 
the French are the first who are called to'endure M the svf- 
ferian inflicted by the barbarous policy of a tyrant, wbo 
would have been the fit sovereign and represoRtative of the 
lOth to the wth centuries. This sane tiecree, it is ex< 
pected, wilt be extended to Holland. 



BBS majesty's BriiTH-n4r. 

The festival inhonour of the Birth of oni most graciom 
QiiEBir, who completed her sixty-third year on the 19th 
day of May last, took place on Monday last. 

^^oon affcsr nine o'clock Tncin Majcstie', the Pria- 
cesses, the Uuiics of York, Ciarenre, Kent, Ciiinbcrland, 
and Cambridge, breakfasted together at the Queen's Pa> 
jace. . At a quarter jiast leu o'clock the Dukes, of York 
and Cambridge mounted their chargers and rude t« the 
I'ai^de, where they inMect^ the brigade of Greiiadirra 
auli Light Iiifantiy of the Guard*, previous to which the 
Onkc of Cambn^(e presented thctn with their State co. 
lours, bearing 'the Egyptian Sphinx, and other devices sU 
lusive of thetr services abroad. The Band appeared la nrir 
tniifsrms. The Blacks wore new turbans, adorned n ith blue 
beads and a profnnoaof silver lace. After parade, thry 
proceeded to St. James's to do the Bixtb'day duty, pur, 
suant to previous appointrocat. 

At eleven o'clock the Prineeas Charlotte of Wales at, 
rived at the Qoecu's Palace, to pay her respects. 

About hal-past twelve o'clock, Ilea Majf.ity, the five 
Princesses, the Princess Chailofte of Wales, the Dukes of 
Kent «ad Sussex, in three carriages, left the Queen's Pa. 
lace, and went to 'St. James's. 

Soon aflertsr* o-'ckMk iiaa MsjrsTT and the Vrincestes 
proceeded to hold the drawing-room. In iin anti-room tbe 
Archbishop of Canterbury, as usual, deliv(ired to H*a Ma< 
JEsTT a suitable oration on the occasion. 

Forty boys belonging 'to Christ's Hospital attended, ac- 
cording to their charter, and were presented to Heb JIa- 
JRSTT by Alderman Shaw, in tbe room of Aldcrnua Aader* 
tmh, tint President. 

Han MajasTT hning taken beratitioB, the New Yearli 
Ode waairomediatoly performed. 

At tare n'elodk, ius H oynl Higlsaess ibe Prinr* cf Wiki 

a«d suite proceeded tlwwtcb Carfetoa Ueiite Garden mi 

WTOWwlbinrto't^k^jiiaVo.- 1 i^- •»•"«'• P«^^ ,'" /^^ 

o£r Sandv Hook siie bwird the I c*'""^**- "•» ^"7^ B ig b M S S w na attended by Lords Lsk« 

»rq^l vL^lL hadl^nunl »^^^ 

fieM, and Baron Eden. 

. Tbe Prince was in a br'mistone-cnloured ooarh, ai.d his 
suite proceeded him hi a landaalet of the same colnar, 
bothoMwnby beautiful litiy horses, richly caparisoned. 

tJOIKs" BaXK«ft.«. 
TIIK «JCKe!«, 

As nsnnl on her own Birth-day, was not to rplmdidly drrswd a» 
on that of his Jtnjesty. Ht-r dre?s was composed of British 
pent, intersperird with gold Tarlcith tissue. The drapsr? 
tied ap with ric^h peart bows and mont (Mautifol gold cord aixi 
tanels. (iold fringe at the hoitam of the petUroat. A ssanlle 
of purple and |;Old, trimmed with (old fringe. 

nr.B aoTAf. HS4usis>*a tub *al»cRss or '"^^^•* _^ 
Displayed b«r n>aal eleirance ia a -dress of ametl^fst'.coloarM 
velvet ? the train and petticoat richly embroidered with a •«• 
perb gold and silver vMndvke harder, with a ssost mapillieo't 
dtainond-cut steel fringe round the trnin and porket-hnlei ; 
which, for its peculiar elejfance and effect, surpassed all w« 
ever saw. The drapery most ejeganflv ornan^utcd nith luajpn-" 
ficent diamonds fomiias wreaths of ruses and beautiful *^* • 
the hodv nnd sleeves .upcrbly studded with diamonds; •»? 
pocket-holes and belt richly enibroidered to correspond with in' 
drapery. Her Royal Ilighnecs wore a Hiperb head dress or 
diamonds and ostrich feathers, and looked remarkably well— 
The whole bad a m^st magnilirent elTeet. 

raixcsaa AtrocsTA. ,, 

A rich lUac satbi pruicM, embroidered in the most ttftcf"' 
manner. Tbe sashes with a rich pold border of ehe^ut 'S!^^ 
The Drapery on the left side with a very rlrh border on WJf ♦ 
velvet. The right side drapery with r'Ui point, and a very "'• 
pant black and (rold border at the bottom of the petticoai. 
Train of litao and f^ld. 


; A rich brown aatin pcuicoat, richly emhroidered with*"!" 
■^and earicbed with point laoe in sweeping draperies ( ''f .""y 
of point lace. Train of brown satin, embroidered wW «<""} 
li Head-dress, a Vaadeaa of diaawnds abd feathers. 

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iMperkenbraideird p<ntirMt of guld apoa rich \Qac Mttiih. 
Tbc 4m|Kri« caMpMrd of- Ikk mm iimtrriitlt, embroideivd nil 
tie,iMtetmmanA with tatfiy borders, studded in wares with 
iM ad briitbl |^, and bnOclMs of fancy flowert and Tine 
Wv«>, ttKefallv <MPf!p«ii>Mi wtth thick gold roiio ta'ftttiMnw, 
«> 1 fiffart le 'tonllcr dnyprifa of IWAutifai bla«fc tace. The 
¥Wr lMp«d *f Md liaiitard witb mocnificrat gaid conk and 
liarit. Ii this drcK there wai tattcfdtly Mcodrd the beaaltfitl 
nlMin ff tpriiq;. witb tiae rirbacm and cosiuimr of tlie pretcnt 
CMMh Roto, Mac' and gold tiwar, trinmcd ali rouad with 
imi frit fHage. Uod; and vest oraacieiued with gold and 


k rick lilac' salio petticoat richly embroidered t the «ashe> 
*ilttrirk!>nld border, reprcMating chesaat* and lenTCi; the 
drajkr; na rtie left side was very rich on btaeit velvet ; the dia- 
fm H tke c%ht tide willi rick p<«inti, and a very elegaat bar- 
liff'^ttebMioiB of the petHcoM< tke ^teet mm tnty beanti* 
U Traia of libc aad p»ld. 

ktcmafkire brown vel\-e( petticoat, o iiain e M od witb di«» \ 
yrn if the same, richly embroidered witb gold lam ami 
ifj^ Ike drape^ic* were relievrd by a rwc^pingdrsftery of 
fiUaSmen and ptame« i tmin of the same rirbty embroidered 
•U (ohl, p>ld cord* aad tanels. Heod-^reB of oinrich feathcn 

FittKcnt ciS'rn.cicAi.iM 
• Dim of white elspe, witb laaperiea of pAlMt ietuAftMtt 
TiHitriaiaed with brMid baMb aad-frctoMW-of white bead*; 
baJWBf boari conb and tasteis i robe at grwa «e)««tk triii- 
M^ witk poiat lace. *' 


1 rirb white batio-pctticMit, trimmed with •waMdoKlM daiF 
ny af ahite («tin, looped up in fentoow, aad faili^t; iq « point 
•ilbr Id't liir ; iraiaof white utio, fnrmioga drapery, tus- 
ftiti Kilk an aigrette of diaroondt from the right shoulder,! 
oJ Kmiuted in liaicbiDg the drapery on Hie left lide «f the' 
pcnicou. Ur^-4ttm, wMM aatlo, wl^ a baodeao of dia- 
Mah aad * Ih«« fiBotheta. 


1 «kite latin petticoat, with dianery of vblte crape and la- 
li»iri(kiy rmbrotdercd with wrpntiit of green and gold ivy, a 
ko^HMir Vasdyke fringe of grc<>B vrlvft and foil < train of 
|na«dvc{, riohly enibruideroil «^ith gold cvocavexiop, 


i lilcnlid drtn nf violet velvet, rictily embroidered inihclls of 
■•ttnigolili drapertes edged with wreathe of tbells and gold 
t)t Wrct, Uoped up with rich rapctef gold bollion and acorn 


^<'»iidipaee>ro|oared lathi petticoat, thickly tpr'g^ with 
M ■ elejiaat gold border round the bottom ; dra{>eries of 
fvalict, embroidered with a rich Klmsean border uf gold, 
l^fwad (prigzed to eorreipond with th« petticoat, oma- 
*^°*< atik gold cord and laiselii{ train of gold tlstiie, body 
^•iecToriclilv trinnKd with potot lace. Urad-drcM of gold 
''Wr.aidflStricfc featheo. 


'* Wed ia 9M «f the tuM beaatlfyl drette* at Coart, nude 
"Mie ((cea«d«et»oiMuncnt«d with green iMiglM, ia wreathi 

Twaby, attwoo'cbck, his MLamTvbt^a.private Lc- 
*^< at m Qaoeaft Palace. Tke. feUotrtag hati the fcanou r 
"' Mt^prcNated to bti Mawty !'- 

liil Grey, apoirhu) sneceediag to Ms title.— The JTnble Earl 
Mi«n«d to his Mi^cfty the Order of the Uatb, worn by the late 

Urd Hiitrhiospo, qpoD hli ratam from hi> MtMlfm. to tlw 
"an «f ^nmia. 
cif*^ ^waiow. by Lord Arden, apenr his comity tv bix 

■'• *». t/(«rr, apoa bl<1teing appointed Vlee Cbmtberiais fo 

■T?5*» U'B'ww* the l*rtnces( of Wales, bjr the Earl Vt Oart- 


l*id Mt*a, opoit codiiag t« hl» title, by the Lord Chni!- 

J** %M||Uttnt, by b<« flMbert the Barl of WettmorlttBd, 
*'?»»'» Wfcwlhw 8lrH*. 

«• Ha*. T. W. lUmafcerg, apoA Ms being app««ftled Clerk 
'••r.l«rt4a hi* Royal HlghaeMthe PHnee of Wales. 
^JJsr'fitawaVWr Crorge Pnrroit, upon bis being appointed 
';^«««nt«»<ar HoA Motia.aad CogMaaDdeir af the Wrccs, 
»«k thrMid nak of Lie«t.-Geal»nU. 

The Archbishop of York tlid ^otttage before hi$ Ma> 
JBSTT, upon his being elccteit to that See. 

His Majcstt ^ave private audiences to tbc Archbishop 
of Canterbunr iiUd the Cabinet Ministers, and held a Privr ■ 
Council, at which the Speaker of the House of Conimviii 
attended) at which tiuic bis Majestt's Speech f«>r thy 
opening of the Sessiooi of Parliament, was taken into cop- 
tide ration. 

The Archbishon of York was introduced, and sworn in a 
Member, and took bis seat at the Board aceordioglj. 

I I » 


Tnesday the !iOrd M.iyor ordered the price of bread to b« 
contiaaed at I Id. the atiartcm loaf of wheaten, and 9id, hnvse-s 

A Coarf of Cboimon CooiKtT was bdd on Wednesday at 
'Caildfaall, which wa* numeroasly attended.— Tbe Commlllee tit 
a bom it was tfe^etred to consider, in relntinn in permitting tb<t 
MiMla of Lofldiw to volanteer, and also of tbe plan to be 
adopsed Wf <lte City of London (or completing thcjr Militia, 
deUvered a Mport thereon, recommending an aHetsiaent 
thmugbe«t the eity fer tbe purpose, which was agreed to oa a 
divisioa, and the Committee directed to prepnrc a Bill to be.. 
pfMSDted «• PaHlasaeat accordingly.— The noinl>eh were, for. 
the report 5 Aldermen, 66 Coqiinoners, 61 — Against it 4 Alder-' ' 
««■, -M Caw o bet s , S9.— Minority S3. 

araETiais or sak< rAoraiCToas. 
Thursday a awetiag was held at the Bonk, of the Proprie> 
lors of Bank-StiM-k. At twelve o'clock a considerable number 
pf persons wore asaasnUed, wkea the chair was taken, aud after ' 
a tew inlradnctary olMetvatiMs, a If tter li«ia tb« Chnnrellnr 
of the Exchequer, dated the Ittth iaet. was read. The letter ' 
respcetadf idpiart, fberttras mi' whit-It Ibp uatinnol accounts 
Hi-retobe eoodactcd by tbe Hank, if the proponition should 
meet wiAii the coacarreaceaf tbe nNiprletnrs, until the putilii^ 
debt shall be redaerd tu three hundr«»i millions. Tbe ai-coants 
Keietobe kept onthesaree plauasttiat which had been hitherto 
adoptrd, without any altrriition whatever. In ronsetiuenre of 
the iiicreased aMgnitode nf thv cooccro. The letter contained, 
farlber, a re^sitioa of tbe Cbhacellor of the Exchequer to 
the Baak IVoprieton, (n advaace to Ootetnntent ihiee miUions 
ivitbuut tuteflnit; the payment to be reared by Exchequer 
IliUs liayitblain sik nuMUb* afirr the signing of a di-finitive 
treaty of peace i tbe monay to be adv.incrd on the 5th of April 
next. This reqaiiiiitm was assented 10. It was also resolved to 
present Goveroiiirnt with &00,OU(U. as a cansidcratian for thena- 
claimed Dividends, and benefitaderivnl from the Charier fn>m 
UoveraaMBti and that the- Bank, sastead uC ■nte^tthK fjofiooi. 
of (ioveraflieat, fer^he aHentinn and as»iktiore given to its oA 
AtiOr would be 4:uisfied (a receive SOU,(l(KX. annoally ia fatai«. 


Wednesday a Court of Directors was beU, at th«' Mast tssHa 
House, whea the fuilowing Cumrasmders took leave of the 
Court, f^vioaa to dopaitlog for ttieir respective destinatioasf 
vU.— • 

Captain Wm. Dunsford, af tbe Cere* \ Capt It. 11. ttimn, 
of the Uorsetshfa« ; Capt. John l.ocke,Jun, of tbe David Srutti 
Cnpt. Ueorr Meriton, of the Kxeter i Capt. ianrs Jatnr WIN 
Itawison, of thet>ci»nt ('apt J«ha C. Lonchner^nf tbe Canton i 
Capt. C. E. Pieioott,oftk<! Alnwick Castlet for Madras and 

Capt. W. Maxwell, of the Calcatl* ) Capf. W, C. Huttotf, 
of tbe lAirdNelstm^ Capt. W. Knir&S, of the Ilogh Iogli>.f 
and CopU Hi Atorrock, of the IVrston, for Madras and Bcagat> 

Tiie umtrrmentinncd Captains wete sworn Into tbe coismaad 
of dieiri«S|M|cMve sbipsf viz. 

Captain' Jatan Date, iHraatfcaimi Oearge Hooper, 9tr Wil* 
liam Ren4«y, Alexander Caoipben, Sovereign, for Madras 
otd JBeogal. 

J. CamAma, Jane Dacbes» of Oordo^, for Ceyloo tad Bengal; 

Tha Court ai^ournud at six, till to-m<>rrow> 

Wednesday a ballot was taken at tbe HsM India Hoa%, to 
determine the resolution submitted to tbe last General Court, 
acquiidng the owwrt alid cummaader of tboship Ganges, fruia 
all imput.itiou,of nrgU-ctor mi-cundutx. In respect to the lossof 
that skip. At Ax o'duck the glasses were closed, atod delivereit 
t<> the scrutineers, J. Lajton, and W, XI. Buigesi, &si|rs. tvho 
liscKredthe ^ucktiati to bave been catried in the alfirmativoa 

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, ' DHVUr J,.i\Ji. 

The pcrforra.'itM'C! of thr last week, have koen : — 
Mo'SD*.Y,....'l'Ac (.'atllc'Spettrt, with the new paDtonriine of 

TiitTOKY y Trip to Stariorntig't, with 1h.? pMiiomiinr. 

^Vso^rsoA Y, The Cahimt. with the pamnmitrir. 
TiunsDAV,.. The llotiKi Wonw, nith thcpanloinime. 
I'ittotv, N ever acted, .Vumt'Mitif <a />v, with the panto- 
4ittKu i V-,. . Tht Sifge of pelgrnde^ with the pantpmlmr. 

In the C»slU Spfclrt Mf. Kyre. the wife of a ficntleman who 
K^li, n 4t-ip«c4uMe'»ituaiina in Ururv-lane Theatrm plated 
^nitta, without eitluTdi'lixhtiiif or uliciuliaKVF. Her jtenon 
U iiof partirularly beautiful. Dor her coocepliain excecdiiytly 
fofcibk-} biUlMi depurimeut appoari voaflected, and lier voice, 
I bough not powerful, is pl.«»iu|t. We undenUud *heiii»hn 
to enjjHsc herself for a scrondar)' liiH- of chaMrtrr, and, astir 
o« we have had an opX>ortumiy of judeiuf:, we think her well 
>)naVilicd for such a siiuaiuio. liut, if t»c have bt-eo rightly 
oit'oruied at to Ihc mudeslv of her e;ipertaiioos, we cannot help 
eiiuceiving thai «bc would lia>-c dtute more wiiely in ceieetinK for 
kcr ftrtt iippearuiice a cbariicirr of lew iiupnrtaace, in the re- 
prr«-n<iilion uf whirb eumi'tbing lets would, of coune, lisv« 
been fxpccied. 

On Wednesday, the 80th, a Mr. I. .Smith appeared a» r*rens* 
ia the Vuiiurt. The character w as wriueu rkiefly for the inlro- 
duclion of music t and at far as mu^ie i« rnnretned, it was very 
wfU performed by Mr. Smith. His a coMMer-tcnor ; 
it:i coiiipau is not great, ami lh< lower tones are neither stroni; aor 
ajrivable, but the upper jiolnnre of n very sapeTiorqnalitv. 

AVc luw proceed (o tbe priiicipal object ot our tbcairieal 

We rritirt are nbliiceil to take the good and tbe bad tof^her. 
OlhiT people m.-iy wail to bear the (eneral opinion on a tieir 
pieiv, before they trouble themjrlv** t« tee it« bat we, a» 
tiutcr> for the town, laust nilne^s cverv t>ew perfnnaanre nn I he 
lirjt night, and, like the Persian cup-bearen, If there be poison 
io the draui:lit, we are the 6r^l who suffer. Most hrnrilv, in- 
deed, »« did suffer oo Friday last, froBi ilie reprefmtatioi'i of a 
cew Comedy, cnllcd Sameth'mg t» 1)». Thit title «eem* to con- 
nern, not the author, b«it thnattdieneei for to !>lt (tlH thrantrh 
liv.' such acti as those of Krid;iy nljlit, i^tu.lerd «am«/Afn^ toila 
fir a specintor. but to bave roiuposed five-nnd-twenty luch acts 
would have been nnihiitg to du for .-iny writer. 

A purt of tbu play » as lakea from a French piece, called 

/.« ViUgaiv 1I4 Joigtii/t iiad the rest of it mi$;bt be cither 

iRpislatvd or orli;iBal, for auicht we could discorer. If it was 

tr.tU!>li,ied, we rhould advise the author to 4ise more care In his 

neft selection : if It was oriciual we ihould advise him never 

to ;iltcjupi. drauLitio coinpusitinn attain. The pnnoipal eba- 

rarter t>a>uuii3 roansellur, eajterlv buutiag for the first fee : 

and in w.' of that fee he is contented to be barrister, attorney, 

r«ineyant<T aod ru^e. Now, tVoii^h the hist of these title» 

ii jener.iiK supposed to nrnie very well with nay of (he three 

fotitKr, >ft flie' three former are seldom united iii anv'aorfetv 

_ but l.'n? KHifty iluit it pahitrd in fhrsc comedies, There was n 

*.To(ji))C(|fliitT -desirous of luarrtiax an tu i rtK t hat chartrter, 

we believe, i-, quite inn.iture. AVc bad an Irishman io«, nlih 

.1(1 tliQ projieu^tiA that are uMially ascribed to the natives nf 

thH Sii-iter Kiiij((ioui: but then he 'was z^lwayi puflbig himself! 

miA tliou^ii «e uuiy .-iduiit tlie propriety of paMtlu; an Irish- 

w.U!> brate jn'l <'.-u<vous, ar.lent nod huiionrmble, we are a 

lii'le ;i<ionii>lieil w Vu wc sec him cimtinj; funrord to be (he 

onK ,)i:hliii!ic-r of hi« o^n praises. TUcre were two old genlle- 

mi'B, siitiuy mill knavHh, and our acquaintance with them did 

iiHt"i-;i'l ui to desire any further knnivled^ of the family; bui 

t»e were introduced pec force to. two > oiHlj; gentlctaen, their 

nephews. One «as a luale creature of that cbararter which is 

tomriinies found io scbool-eirls who have imbibed their minds 

tvith tieuostii novels ; and he tulk«d iu the x«n«ine M>lenf the 

t'Utimeniai absurd. The other was a jockey prodigal, the 

exact couateipartof fiuWyiacS in Mr. Holcroft's Huad to Kuin. 

The Indies in tbii pUiv apprar'tu have been introduced as a 

dra^n.ttic niustratioE of Pojie's famous aphorism. 

Mc« woioen !ia>e no rh.iraclcrs at all. And the women of 
thi» piny h-.d nut only no characters, hut, with tbe elceptioij 
of iheberoliie aliiiie, no b'-iiinc:> neither, t^ni even the heroine 
set mcd to be a very ii:itnby-pnmby perionnjfe, walking nboiii a 
i^oftd deal, but seeming td know na little'wbut the meant to do, 
as the spectators themselves. Ifowever, if we may venture a . 
j;«e)s at the iatcatian of th« author as to thi^ p«rt, we ttutU'iay ] 

that the yoaug lady mutt have been intended for* girl of lenii- 
Incut and gnioty' mtxcit. 

So laach for character. — .^s to vtory, trc could |9tlher nose ; ' 
for (be Author, awure perhaps of the difflevlty w hirh kit au- 
dience must have iu littenii^ to KU dialopie, wa* nnwiniof; m 
faligue ihei# atientionstill further by requirini^tliem to iroubit 
t'lemrelves whb pl»t. The Irishman made irfinte bull* by way 
n^' poidts t bat tliey were at remote frtmt nature ■• were the 
jukes of the othvr charnclers frmu wit. 

The Play was treated « iih the grealert faineii. llie first 
Act) and n part of tlie sereiMl, went off e!ilrem<:ly well, la 
■lie tbirdi the diattpprohotion of the audience erideiitly sh*nrit 
itself. Iu the fourth, iti.scoiitenl wns torn little vvhileallaTed 
by a son); from Mrs. Ilhsnd ; l>ut when slic dis-'ippe^rrd, 
the tempest revived. The hegluiiiii); of the fifth Art trus gserf- 
ed with roughing and hissing : and thesi the sla^e disoovered a 
court, wbere on a sodden a Judj^e op|ienred. Hut the audienfe 
by this tii«e wero determined tojudjre for thenuelvct : and the 
s'lcredoA'rsrt nf .iaitiec were so •verwbelinod by the rageuf 
tlieinultiturie, that lawyers themselves forget tbeir ifflv<i<i«ic(i. 
and tbe rnriuin fell aniid nuc univrrs.1l uproar. After the Kpi- 
logwe, which was terribly bold nud puiriotie. Mr. Decora)) 
announced Tht Siage of Helgriuie for the follow ing night. 

The cnndbamation of a plav is not often uadetervM ; but it 
freqaeuiiy Imppeas tint the hissing begins sooner tban Jusiire 
detiHUHU. <)n this oecus^ the nuibor can lay no such " Hai- 
" tering unction te his soid s" for the senlenre nf last ai^lil 
was pronounced by one nf the fairest and most imiinrtial audi- 
enees«r«everbelH)U. The imhappy poet has not diechtted him- 
self « atid at the piece came forward from durluiess, so it h|s - 
procetdoi la obltvioa. 

eos-K.vr c.rnpff.v. 
TbeperforiMtnrrf of the week linve been s 
MOMOAV,.... Thr M<mi>hdneer$, with the new pantomime of 

Hirrtrijuin in hit Eltmr»t, 
TtJMiVAT,, ... Tht %Tmtilrrtr, with the pimfomime. 
■Wroxrsi)* V, Th* fTandrrer, with tbe pantomime. 
TtiynjlXY,.. TV ♦foiKfcrsr, with the pantomime. 
Frid.w...... The (Kandrrfr, nith the panlnmime. 

Satuhb^ V,.. Tht tVanierer, with the pantomime. 

i;rim. C0.\. 

The cdndnct of a dathin; female, the wife of is ditlinguishel 
officer of cnnsi'lernble rmtiw, will alford another npputtunity for 
thedlspl.iy of eloquence amongst the Inwjers in Westnilralef- 
ball I and it will also disriosc some rurioiK partieubiM, relative 
to the conduct of the lady, for the last three Acars, nml that of 
her pamuiour, who is a Surry F.«|uin\, The husband of (he 
lady hod been :ib.Heiit for three mnnihs previous to the iftHh inlt. 
on his duly .IS an oKieer, nnd his lady nrrupled aparfmentfiti 
WlRmore-itreei. Bv the vi;;il:inec of an old servant, who hud 
served in the army SO >e.trs, he hnJ stron? grounds to tuspert 
that life omduct of tiis- lady amounted to adultery with the 
squire ; and nomc iiieidenis hsvini; given him a ftill contictioa 
of that fact, hf made hi* Matter acquuinlisd with his snspiciow. 
Some plan; were laid out for the purpose of proving the lady's 
conduct, and it is reported that one of these (iroved her In- 
run-rnnry to her busbnnd, whom she dishomrared, at an Hm oa 
the Western rood, bat a few miles from Uindoot on Sionday In'i. 
We are in pus«e-sio« of the name* of tbe parlies, nbiiji vve 
I'ttusi deeliia-, nt present, even hintitigat) ••uWee It to sav, that 
the old M.Yvaii<, and the waiter and chambermaid at (be inn, are 
the witnesses to prove the act of aduttcry. Tbe lady has oae 
child, and sb» now ji vesftpart from her hu sband. 

OLD B.^ltEY. 

Ko trial of importance occurred either on lUonday or Tuesday* 

WEnHCS^AV, JtM. «(). 
Rixo DnoppiNt;. — Kdward. Owen, a decAit looking man, 
of iho age of Gtt yean, was indicted f«r ttealing a gold waU'k 
aad a St. bnnk sot^ the property of Jane Croucbrr. Tbe pn>- 
•nrulrix in this case was n very old lady, and was defrauded by 
the stalf trick of tlie prisoners pr<lendi«( Io find a dl«i»«»d 
c»o«». She stated the transaction IIS follows : — that on the 4t* 
of Decern^, «|ie was walking down Piccadilly, *»l»e»rtl«P"' 
sbncr accosted her. He looked like an boncM eouBtry.fcfi"*', 
and ^iQOog otlter (bisgt lie said, he had tut brrp in Loaihm 'vr 
sfvcii years before, aud that lie would net live«ba dirty 
pliire if tliey Would fiivuljiio (i house for ootmug. **'*^??^ • 
proacbcd Oxv Vvt, Cktc,.Jie stv«p«d di>«A| ocsitaid heiuc*<° 

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tf a littlr tK»«'n V^ttt puvl 4 ba ab»cn«l UOX suiiif body 
luH liarr Uitt it, aqd he » i<ihffi|l tbe riKbt ownrr bad i( i the raid 
i^f miiktdta too I'baUkeaiUrd, sjie V(niMlec^ ^ bat i t cifUtajmei. 
Uraid (trjr trnitld fjo intii ihc Cr«rg Pnrk^ where it nni u 
(liWpNv^r, nod they n-ou)it«Tainiq<-.. ^fhev acrordlngly iirai 
tkriHiKk the fate to tie secoud scat j- nnj <hCTC tht!_v o)K>ned the 
fanxl, ainf ii coDtained a red leatbcncyse ^jlltcb torlotnl a |H>(- 
lniai;c(i»);,a.iii«i passed by at thai^ ipomtiit, ,vid th(> yiisoaer 
V»lmta bint, telliog him what they.h.)d.fiiHndt Nid p'rodured a 
itrnfl nhicji wa> abn in the parreli (he niftii read it, aod said 
i! lui a Kttlifi tut ilQI. I'lir a brilliant diamond truss « .ha. said 
thrv nrre bnih entitled to it as tliey ttmi tM(h foiitid il. and pru- 
fatritkfu tbc priioner ;>hiiuld f;iiii> tlut lady a Miui.of owtiry as 
(frorilT Cur her half when it Was sold : the prisoner said, there 
^•anas in town tvlt6 had SOI. of his money io his bunds, and 
pt^gird (hat they shonld go and get it ;°1>ut the utherman 
uU A WMid he better 4o put the cross in thie lady's baRdss aad 
■trtlaaldirive what mooey the^ad as a' serurity tor her pro- 
4darlhe cross -the-next dky : f he said- sHe hfid bin it: wliich 
taidd niM be enough ;- the man saiJ, but you bare awnfch, 
Mia, and sheaec«>rdii^l}r guyf up tbe 6'. Mte and the ivaieh, 
adikt Was to be sure to take peat c«i« of tttecross,- and |ito- 
fcolt the text -day trhra be oallcfd apon her. She went borhe 
•nttteinaMs, mhta dw tKtcovercd she ha4 been dii^cit: ' 8bi 
nadiatelr went tn Baw>'»tKet, and, havioa described the man, 
B (Nicer .'look ber th« neat moaiilij; t* LeiM*t»r-fK:Ms,'diK> 
Um taw tht prUuner passMtTl the Of&cer iBmadiutely apprc- 
Mfdliin. - - - 

ColaadDe WattrviU* proved thM he pniid IM prosecutrix 
tiKJLaote produced. Verdict-e-6'u«(ty. ' . ' ' 

MMte'dock, when tbe Jary were to bochAOfed, onlydeve* 
>'ann appeared, aod neither .»/ tbe saiononiiv; offircra were 
!">?<■■■, tae CuUrt was therefore obUged to a^i^urii, liiivisg 
SnI Sued ibcsanimuoing officers 10/. each. 

TBOaSVAV, JAN. til. 

.Ttis daytenteace of death was passed on the follow i of ptl- 
i!nrrs, tit.; Mary Carroll, alias iilitchell; Joseph Webb, 
Jobo Oarifon, Jobu Adams, (icorce Russell, £Uzatb Minster, 
ilinlia Dati«, (ieorge ' lludd and Thomas Donnvan, Isaac 
tittle, Kliiibelh Crosby, (k^rpe Humphries ami CbatUi 
Urvvi, John Cmitet and Kobfrt Bailj^r, and John Matthews, 
^tah Ward's jud|^eot wa* respited on aiccniint of illness. — 
"Sowtv-iix were ordered tb be irnnsported for seven years; 
•itw were ordered to be imprisoned in the House of Correction, 
CInkniwell, for two years ; six for ttvelve mooths| sl.ttorn for 
t^Wolhs; one in Newgate fur two years ; nine for lesser pc- 
tioJi! two to be publicly, and six to be privately Vbipped; 
uiciflit were fined one.sbillin^ and discharged. 'The Sessions 
*>tailj«urned to Tbnrsday tbe I8th of February next. ' ' 

''♦"■Jday morning wns exrruled. In the Old Ilailev, .lohn 
J^i for the rrime Tif fbr^iiig the will of u working nuin, 
■•»fialntaac»,-appoiiitlhg hini»elf sole excriitnr, and rrf^-iv- 
tiliif Baakof Kneland, unilcf that will, 300/. stork, thr 
^nmed saving* of his friend. The uobappy culprit has left 
■"iutliini a wife far advanced in prcgnnnev. In bl« last in- 
^» »itli the SberilEi tae ackuvwlMlj^ the jtuiaeta of bin 

'I I I ' 11 ' III " ! 


I»i.v««nTii, J A. 'I. SO— Arrived from oiT Rochefort, the 
P"*i». 74, Captain Htitham, «« relit, with tbe !>rep(da«, li 
^fMntman, her prixe— She having been Oat on constant >er» 
'WiitaftylwMve months. — Came inaAne Prendl Wnt liidia- 
**• '<( n»ar -JOO tons burthen, with an- ertreiuely ricli cargo 
« sum, fnffi-r, sBjar, toAign, <ic. bound from' the I»le of 
liU(C(a t'UrienI ; captunrdon the 8lh of this month close in 
»||« tbe nieoiy's coa<l, by the Cambriaa, of •14 guns, Captain 
nw.— She tailed from the Isle of France about Sve niowte' 
JP. in pinjiany niib.a corvette of 16 {unt, ami pined coni- 
Paj ion (tale of wind.— She had uiuoey on board, aad the 
^pta USrrrs of thr abavc prize, l.'Acteon, are \ery anxi- 
•"fw hfr ssfeiy.— The le^oUtiopaire, of 44 gui*, parted 
^f»"T » ith the Cambrian but the night before thy above rich 
?T"'- Admiral Lord Gardaer, under whose orders the Cam- 
j™« laded, iaof coane eutiaed to tb« l-8lb of tbe bbove «a 

. . I.LOrOM LIST. 

J||!2**««of the Uth and the moraiof of the loth was ex- 
JJ^»"ost violent gale of wind, at about W.\W. Tbe 

•■< acronbtt of losses aod accidents to shipping, orra- 
**J <hk««< atcMdy be<o rwd«d.-fTlie l.trrttll, UU, 

l''0<n London to Weyaiouth, wds deserted by Ike crew in the 
Downs, having been run foul of by the Flora, Salter, Master; 
it is supposed she sunk. — The TVottingbani, Hawes, from Ucpt- 
fnrJ to Portsmouth, run on shore on the uoodwio .'•ands, aud 
VI as abaiduned hy the crew ; the was afterwards g,pi off by l»-o 
boats from ftainsiatp, but'had received so much damage fhaf she 
sonk in eight fathoms water — The Betsey, Melfauisb, frotn 
Irfindnn to Portsuiaulb, foundered in the Down* ; three of the 
crew drowned. — The Levant, Miller, from London to St. Mi- 
chael's, wat ran fttbl of iu the Dowus by a lar^e lonilfd roilier 
brie;, which carried away her bowsprit, foromasi. and all her 
lukin rigging, and broke both her cables ; tbe then dravefoui of_ 
three oUier vet-tfls, and stovi' hi her sides ; in which 9tnt<! she' 
was abandoned by-Ihe Master and (be crew, who escaped mont 
providentially iu the boaf. Tbe Miuter is of opinion (be I<cvaiit 
fnondered saoa u(ter -be ({aitted her. — The Ketch Iiui>e, of 
Soutltainptnn, John MMcr, master, was driv-en on shore near 
Wjlnaer, but expected tu be got off.— The Yea«s, White, front 
Snirldsto GibrnUar, was driven on shore at the North F^nd of 
D«alTawn,- and is-full of water,'— The M'tlHnm and Henry. 
St4k% ftam Irfwdon to tbe Cape of Good Hope, lost ber fore- 
matt «nd bowsprit- in the Uowol, and it on shore near Rams- ' 
i9i(o.-n-Mkny vessels cut or slip|ied' tbeir cables in tbe Downs, 
and wcntttfneat amtng them tlie Ph(£nix, Bma, boand to the 
Cape.-of Tiood-Hope. — The Bot'K'yi Loshy, from Newfoundland 
tO'LnodOfi; tlw I''Kdvrlck,'l'avIar; the Jenny and Phcebe, Er- 
skine, both b ri u ri giiig to *nnderland ; and a large Unlch-rigged 
hoy, were driycn on shore near Margate. — The Mary and Ann, . 
Oeocti^'frora Sdrintrai to Ix>ndon, was lost between tbe Down* 
and Mar||ate. The Isabella and Ann, Kookcs, from Xewfunnd- . 
luhd to Coiidon ;~ tTic Harl Percy, .Mrck, from (jucbec to Lon- 
don ; the Richard of Chepstow, Fisher, put into Margate with 
loss of anchors aiu) tablet. — The,Maida, Newcoiuhe, from Cork- 
to (jondim, wns driven bn shore Ih TV'estgatb Bay, nirnr Margate, 
bi(t is'eipected to be got off after taking out part of tbe atirj;o«, 
— ^Tbe American sliip Uiitni, Jacobs, got on shore uear M»r- 
^te, knocked off her rudder, Inst an anchor and cable, bu.t was 
carried irtio the' Downs by two Margate boats, and is since got , 
into Raiusgate. — Thr Shannon, Daniels, fron London to Limer- 
ick ; tbe Ann, Ball, from London to Meira; tbe Mile, Andrews,' 
from Arcli.ingel to Falmouth; the Thomas and Judith from 
Londdtitn Pnrttinouth ; the William fsxiin Cork to I.iiudon, pat- 
into Kamsgate, with loss of anchors and cables. — The Success, 
MarMn,' from London to Portsmouth f the James of Sunder- " 
M ud. LjJfiHtuni', bimiid to Wcyiiioutll'; tbe >iancy, of iiUke- . 
uoy, Touiid to Plymouth; thi! Baron Nelmni, of Ijondon, Kor- 
tler, bound to Gibr altar; thr "j'sre, of Y armouth, Iloikpid. 


A tr» hrttkeiMit »l one o'clock yesterday morning at the^Ilrd- 
ford Coffee-liousr, (W ivrnt Garden, tvbicb ii tituatcd roiiliguuas 
lo-titrwnmSflWrTbcatrc. The flames were rfisroverrd by a 
waitf r istuiiig from a bed-ehambrr where x gmtienian had re- 
cently gone to bed i^ but by tlircxrrlions of a bost.of jittrii'iUiiit», • 
iind there being'a pleiitirul' supply of water, tlje fCim^ were 
subdued aftertbe room'nnd furiiiiurr bad been destroyed. 

i;arly on Thnrsdav niorniiig, a vooiig man of the name of * 
i*e»M, ton •T'lRr. Srotl, Slittlone'r, in •Knishf^Vrkl^*'. Wnt- 
minster, Wt bis 4ioa<M for the purpOMr of skaiting on (he canal 
iu St. JaaMs'a Jte*ki mti •»««« boors after- he. jnt? cotrreyrtf • 
l» his father's bouse a corpse, li appeared the- icr liad (jiVcn 
nay from the number of ^jcrsom who iachntiou$Iv vculurod on 
it, Itefore it Was kuttrienlly.itriNig to bmrtbr weight, and tlm '. 
Jceeased, in uliawing to rew* tlir >h»>re, t«t noder the ire, • 
from which sltu«tiuo (be snrftAtoRs could nut cxtrica.e him. 

On •Wednesday, the 2(Ti)i inst. the t.adv of Bccston Long, Esn. 
of as<m, at Cooinbc lIou^r; near Ci"ovri(in. 

Thursilay, in Oo«er.,trc«t, (be Lady of J. U. Dntscll, Esa. 
ofaiUugblcr. ' ^' 


At Edinburgh, on the ITtb inst. AVilli.nm SroK, E*q. of 
Wimpson, in Haiiipsliin.-, Ranisleiat Law, to Ismfcne, vouar- ' 
est dan'htcr of M iniam creudoawjri, Es'q. of Glendouwva. 

Oh the 18th lust, at St. James's Church, Mr. Maltliew ' 
Iluwortfa, to Mrs. .^un Campion. 


The reigning Ducfcetsof Mcckleobwgh Scbwekin.died ooth(» 

On .Suhday last, in Gnojvcnor-pl.irc, the inf.uit son of Colond 
flrildcr, M. P. ; and on V^edne»day, l-'rederie'.i, .iifothcrson. in * 
(ho 3d year of his age. ^ 

Suldcnlv, at her house iu CorL-itreet, Mrs. Tvner„mother 
of (i^ncnt Turofr, who is 'js lii, return frum Jfoute V'ideo.T 



FaiDAT. JAM.aS.— TM Itlartol w»* bat sraoHly sa|>pU«d 
with Whnit, and tbe fine tamiUni iielclied a tmaU iKraaae io 
price— Barley likewise. Malt had few bujert, and at lew. 
rem muinUined their pricci ; and BewWri'thr two dmcrip- 
tioiu, were dearer. There w«i a tolerable ^ oastUy of Oat* at 
former prices. Flonr hiu per lait. 


lWhe*t - ^ 

Jji'iae ditto - - - - 


XvOff . ., 

3<»lt (New) . - - 
'W bite Pcas,boilen 
<lpey Peas - - . - 

'i'lck ditta (Old) • 
<)a(* - - 

Polaad ditto - - - 
Xape Serd £3^ a iCS? 
Pine Fkwr - - 
Seconds - • » 



46 a 






40 a 


68 a 




60 a 


51 a 


62 a 


S« a. 


S» a. 






rftlDAT. t. «. 

Wheal -47 a 7? 

Fnaditto TSa 7«> 

«ye (Mew) - - - . 49 a S« 

Barity - 40 al '46 

M%lt (»ew> - - 6« a 76 

Whiti»P«w,b«(lBr» 168 a IflU 

Qrey Peas - . - . Ma 66 

Beaai 69 a «* 

•Tiekdittv • • ... Ma SO 

Oat* .-«..-- 8»a sir 
Paiaadditta ... « ». 41 
lUp« Se<« iMtv^MT 

Fiae Floar W a 6» 

Seconds ..... 86a 60 

Return of Wheat,- fori udini; from Jaaaary 4, to Jaauary 0— 
'PntaJ,4,72« quartern, from tiBi. to T9s,— Avewtfe 73*. Ojld. or 
Jlil. lower Ibap Ust return. 

AfUM^uts nKii or coay FXB'tiOAierKM, 
lu Great Itritiila, for tbe Week auUng.Jaauargr SS. 

Eng. ii WaUt, 






. 1 

E9s,^ fTuU*. 

Bis ' 

- . . ,• A 

65 10 
74 6 
8» 9" 


St. Jama\ ■ ITay - 
Straw - 

WMtcthapet, n«> - 

ji. s. d. .e. s. d. 


«f i»w - - 
Hay .- 

Clover - 
Straw - - 

-4 16 

• I 19 
-4 10 
6 10 
. I 18 
> 4 10 
■ 5 5 

a« 10 

Oa 6 6 
a 6 
a 6 
a 9 

Jt. t. 9. 

OAvCraeeS IS 

- ... S -S 

9 S 

6 3 

- - - 2 S 
5 « 

- - - 6 17 


AT s»mrtBtn, NsirctTf, akd r.BjioBMn.itr.. 

Exdnsive of the dffnl, which c iiiiKisti of ilead, Eatrails aad 

Bide, aod i« worth about Id. per U>.'~per it. ef.Sll^s. 

a. d. t. d. 

». d. *. d. 
Beef 3 Sad 8 

Mutton -, -SI0a6 

VeaJ 6 «-a6 « 

Pocll.,. , . . ft 0»« 

Lwnb .. OaO 

9t<liii>jkV.-..Beartf, t,»50 ■ W t t rf aad laiato, 

Calfe*. -460'^.Tn«i - 

FjtWAr.~~lea(tf, 1,90»— .»b«(f aad iaa**;. 

Galvfls, . l36-.-^.-P4js .----- 

Vcal . 
Pork • 

» »«d 4 

3 Sad » 

4 S«.«ltt 
« 4a6 4 
O -0 a « 

- I«,4M 


-. 4,«W 


'Wat, per )d. 

£. s. £. t. 

17 a 20 

I I« a « 2 

Pms £.1 Ids. a £.i Oi. 

'Onu,per4r. - 1 12 a 
Deans, 9o. - ,9 K a 

£. s. £t f. 

Sa 8 0' 
9 S 

per qnarter. 


Cnitipute<>froin. the rctaiik made fur llic \Verkrtidinf (he SOlh 
•f .lanoary, J808, l« jfi.l ISi, Td. per cwf. esdatiTe of tbe 
I>«t>>of CvttOBis piiiil or pay^Ie ihcreoa oa tlw iBiMftMibu 
thereof into Crcat BritaitL 

PiilOB •», COALS POft T«B WKBK. 
' MoRSAT, Jak. 16.— Bia>, Mi. : ned«Mi,»tr. } Ktlimat, 
6«B. ; HaHlFjs Mt. 3d. < lUatiM, ST». M. ; Hebbwrn, ST> Si. » 
Holywell, S4f. ; T«W«ly, S9s. t Wair* Kad rB«H's) 5Ai. : 
WairsEad (RlMrtrt) SI*. 3d. ; Wylaai, 53». ; Bourn Moor, 

A Jtj^*- > ^^ Main, 50i. fUe. 

r-'fli 30 Ships at Marhoti lale gearral, tseiled, 40 loaded. 

^Wit*>it:rDAT, Jas.CO.— Bryaa'i, 53i. W. j Wall's Ewt 

(B>r*),s9i. «a. 

II 9M^s at MarlRt,«s«>1df Id sailed. 

FnivAT, Jak.U.— ]rivth,51s. I Uenton, Sfw.t titOtAtU, 

63s. 6d. i Ueatua Main, 56<. 6d. t Soolh llrhUum, 57it. < Tao- 

field Moor, S«i. 3d. ; T«>11'> Cud (Rivurl'*), 37*. i H.-Oi's Kid 

(Temple's), 57«. 8d. ; Wall's End ( Rett's), Ji7«.-9d. i ' 

I^Monr, Ms. 6d. j (:dea Main, 5ds. i IIni>woith.6&i4«d. 

91 Sliipii atMarl^rt, 17 sold, 19 wUed, a»d»l loaded. 




^. 1. £. s. 


4 10 a 6 S 

Kent . - - . 

4 Ma 5 8 

Sasset ■ . - 

4 16 a 5 8 

Fambam - - 

JC.'k £. s. 
4 15 a 7 
4 16 a 6 16 
8 a 10 

Stuff Old 

Soap, yclfow - IX) 

'mottled 00 

curd - - 00 

mould, davOa 

>. d. s. d 

Oa ^ 
a U 
Oa 13 


Town Tallow 00 
Y«n.R<i<siu,do. 7« 

White, do. - ' on 

Soap, .... 00 
(irav^ .... 00 
(iood l>regs - 00 

^. i. 

a 74 
a 7S 
Oa 66 
Oa 18 
a 18 


TaU«w at St. Jomes't.ds. 5d. CJare, 4s. 9d. aad Whitechape), 
4s. dd.-i-AireTage 4s. 4id. per stone nfSlb. 




Baah Stock ., 

9 per Cent. CuBsnl . . . 
Sper C^entyRodndd.. 
d per Cent. Consol. . . 
6 per Cent. Nary Aoi 
BsMlh L«n; AnnuitiM 
Imp. Sper Ct. Ann. . . 
Do. Ann. forSS Teart 

Irish 5 prr Cent 

India Slack v.. 

pi. Bonds. .J 

$oMll>>r«Sto(k v.... 

Uxch. mils, 3^ 

I.««erv TIekifts,. i... 

City Do 


CcM»b-f4»i]vniiW • • 
Po. for Feb. Account 


Holiddv. e!6| 

IS 1-16 


xK W6J 


Par Idis. 

4» I pm. 
Jn 14s. 


rrtina. TkmrU. 



89 8U 


1 41*. P. 

3 pm. P, 
/rso 19«. 


•«*»• «t4* 



£1 14s. 



3 pm. 

£W) I9s. 
£'i I4s. 



Amsterdam .15 8iKht34 
flMterdaai II 
tlambaixh .-H 
Altuaa ....34 
Paril, Iday's 
date .... 23 

7 « U, 

S3 U 
4 9W, 
6 8^1;. 

P.ilboa . 
fienaa. . 
Venice . 
iisboa . , 

D4S 3S 10 8 v. Opon* . . 60 

7 9-16* 


BoHdcwsx.8» 10 
I Madrid.... 4j0l «fee. 
Cadi* 40| eOFi- 



OabMa ..lOiperCt. 

Cork... U* 

N. niDl.5s.3d. p.oa^- 

Apo of Unnk on H»H«nd 5t l»er Cent. ^ 
MAltS — SAitJ H n A.V . 

£S0 I9s.l 
jE7 14s. 


Malta , 



VTaterCMd .. 

Guro'ey . . . 








fr - 


K. /■'. y. /■'onr/.JVe, Wfoirr, jS,.t<"''*'''- 

rristrd and Published by and for J, 15. BMI- and .T. l)E CAMP, at the Oflico of U Btau Mut.d.. ; or, lAttraty n*d ;"«»*»»«- 
«»(sJf(v«iRe, No. llj Catherine-street, Strand aftdnaT |)< had of all the ^'(LWf9u»>l>^rl>t Wailed Kincdom- 

Digitized by 



^uc iiina, Cm^tltntfon. mn S^ 


SUND^AY, JANUARY 31. 18()8. 

Price Sd. 





Ho* far it >9 pn)ctir&b1e to obtain the rest oraliun <>f Ihe'blfl- 
mjs of «efure aiid prrnianrnt tranquillit;}', ii iIk* P^ subject 
»liic!i at f rcfcot fxcuplcs Ibq attPiitinn^ nut oulj of our oitn 
nmnttcv^j Iwt of all sjtrrouncKa; n«^i(>ns. ' '\'l>e wars qf Bw- 
kSnaod Fraacrtaiav ius^^il brtfrmeil the wars nfthcunivrrM;' 
•oris there any nation so distant as tfcit il iiiaj jiot dirad lo fce 
inolvfd in the disastrous ooiiwqucutcsof tlirir ho-liiiiic*.;— "Plo 
yrcwnt(^^ion oqghl, thercfifri; tojir ^uosidcred »^ c'o,im.-.cj4d 
«ilk the ileareqt intervsUi of ilie huuiaji rare ; and siiould clii^if 
«irBo9t«erinus atteolinn, patriots and ai> men.' ' Vi\ih 
Ikneeonsidemliure li|Yie\r, neproposeito give to th(t,public the 
rnrfiof our seTiu4t3 rcflcctioa [ and to eiamioe how far apefce 
with France is attainable in |be prrjcnt ciri-ain>lum;cs, ho}t' f;ir- 
il Kould bettfe for us to accrpi it, if it'could beattain'-d, ah* 
how br erni a secure peace would be attended witli ndvaulaijcs 
iiiperiortp Ijlos* which weeojoj in a sltitc of warfar;. I'nrty 
(kill be out c»f 0>c qtir^jno, wJierc th^ inmrct conccrus lir4" 
MiMIM 5 »Aa n-e^hall langh to Hrord the (miserable ini>ii{Utttia«i( 
tflhvieiBeK'WMi hmV represent our s^ilheD(» as unpalriotiri 
•W l^ey do not eoftcspuud v^h <he »jc.w» of mt ^fp^aiii or a 

'Whether fp*tc be attainable, must drpQiul upon (be nnlitro of 
AejMnots in Qispote, and thedispoiijtiou of the hostile govelp- 
Mtf. With reyni^ to the points la .'di'pute,, the question is 
nd«ced vitbiu iery osrrow finiitf. In ,thc year 180B, it «ras 
imi„on up^ciii; a negociation, that all the circumstances 
»hieh bad for s» manif years kept the French and English Go- 
lOBnenls at Taronee, wore ;done away. The RulerofJ-'raiice 
<»d tO|(ive up to u> Haiinver, Malta, the Cape. Pondiclierry 
aiiti dcpcodmries, to which be voluntarily added (he i'^land 
»f Toh.igo ; la retunl he oidy desired the <rSbion of Jiiclly, for 
*kich he olTered such a rauip«nisatiua iu territory and pioue}', 
u ai^t b« accounted adequate. Our otrn Miuisters alloucd 
tkst every concession was made by Fraace which the iiiterei>ts 
•f Britain required ; and when llicy briikc ofl" the treaty, ttey 
'Htnsti that it was solely done becau.-e the, demands of tnir 
Ally, the P.mferor hf Russia, were nut gratitied.-is'uell as our 

Ifoiice we find, that all the conflneniol wars, in nb'irh be has 
siitce been engaged, have been forced upon bin ( aud that he has 
always readily entered into negociation as soon, as his successes 
have rendered his eaeniie* wlllii^ to listen tn terms of accpm- . 
mod:^tiau. To this country, a||«iuiA which bis reseutment was 
supposed to be particularly inllamed, he ha* Kpealedly mad* 
overtures for peace, even during the present war. At the com- 
nicneenicnt of 1805, be offered to oegociaie with us; but w* 
Were then busy in forming a great coalition against hiin, and we 
therefore refused to listen. After be had broke tJiis cnalition 
10 pieces on the plains of .Vusu-rlitz, his language a^ain became 
pacificatory i " I d^re peace with England," said he to' hit 
XeMte-, "■ iio rAAt'tfaiVhtt ot mi** shall retard It." At pV-eseiit, 
tilt h<3 tid«p(ed inahy i«i1d measures against our commerce,'' but 
%f ith K'\H\v, at M alknns, ■ of fWriog us- tt> peace $ and -though 
he has-breoghl A>rwtti'd pArtensions inconsiSteiit 'n-ilh "odr Aval 
4uperlority, tlr^tas-Arartkl^ tMd ns thai these pretlMisions would, 
ia a tlaw of peftee, k<9 a mere dead letter. However active and 
Keen an enem'y ho has been 'to CTreat Brftain, he has never 
■Aei*i» an^ awercidoi to cinieillRtiotf ; Wof can vl'e wonder that 
MA»hnn'Wbe''llls Ats^osllihn,''wWn weemhichir whatploiA of 
«Apiri> He iinft fuVmed, hntv diui4 is Mill rrqtiisiie for their per- 
nrnnent eun^fttfdaiinn, and how greatly requisite a miiritime 
]^«tld» it^iHi fi>r the sati^tnction, the coutfuiri, and the prApe- 
>rfty W his Jieojtfe.'" " ' 

Q«t,-b<<»e\er paeSte flic dwptisitilWtr «/ Bonaparte maybe, 
thwt tiiw W twy y|»o toglrtf^iloB 0«i-'Jil*sehtTITln1fler»n3 entirely 
beet tipDA tbti'MDfiuuaneeoiF biM^tllties t'their twlitiral antago- 
lAsi^in-ninllbeiB n« a portinn'of the w-af-factiuis and asimilar 
JpltHta of tMiM seems to prevail on 'the Cootinent. It cannot, 
howcTer, be supposed that any Mtaisters wouici be adxiobs to 
c»otiiHieth«r<!oHaw>.ialiaersed4i> thorolamativs of waT,during 
which they thenticive* must encounter to kump^ 4if&eHltias, if 
tb«y though^ t>at« «afe aqd advitntageuu* pcaec nwiM bf.iu-u- 
lcared.witbvatconiproinisinglheiruwSMi^tativir Jtau)P.«f our 
I MIniMer* awy, indeed, be led away by-ihe opiaioa af (hMC#i ho 
iwagioc tliai scurcKiy any peace could, at ytusum, it»,fJit qr ai- 
viHivageeu*! au •opWoa -which we ahail- jtrescsily rxairi:.e. 
ijilien might he very wllliRg to waste tha bV>o<iMdtfi««Hre of 
their c«ttairy, inthtHry eaterpuiea, whick tni||«|4iMt(,|iif ic«wB 
name:as vrmfm'mUtiuux bat no ^pl^»rtMmty■(m■iimM^«m re- 
■niaios-. — the iran ctt»tj( of k'muce i«MMre>'ap4't|l^V«aWidoc< 
not aSWi oiiatkait <M*f*«Blmgenj ^ W« MSfWt, iMIMttf , -tlmt if 
Miaisleri are i«tlly afvsa- totMgoola(i«i»,^tb<;)r tMtp,; oat from 
l-inclhiaiion, but from a d.'eAd off jthc jcU«aur vf « po-w^rfol 
t^ctingal bnoie.-. Siubc mm, £rDm,«eUisi>-iAtare«t|, tinat from 

•are the foilure of the last negociutiou. But in regard to our 
««D inibecTtat^ lalcrests, we know nothing of (his soft whkh 
U> occurred ; and the Ally, whose demhodii fornicriy raiMrd 
the mptare of* Wgoriatioo, is now become the Ally of Fiaace, 
*>d a proficlvd mediator. 

Let Bs DOW atlenil to the disposition of the French Gorem- 
■ew. Sine* (be elevation of Bonaparte to Jhe head of the, 
t'ltsdi eiopire, peace has -alwa. » lieen his interest as well as. 
hoavoWcild^re. He perceived how France was exhausted 
"^i ioiDovcinhed by a loog and wasting war, nor was he igno- 
■*■( oTMlriUt i^Tantn^ wb'rch tbe ipight derive from uiter- 
V^Sfweiaeut: he was therefore jtnxious to consplidate his 
*^^^*jdtoQx the affections u/ the penplr. by restoring to 
™pTV«l Ucpiaut of pcare for «h>>:h they so ardently longed, 
*■ ^^i*' we're become 5«-icdi>p«:alte t« their j>rf>>perliv. 

««■. If, ihereAtre', there be ai)y points iu dbputc, wlurii 

Italer peace at present unattainable, they mu«t liavr nriseaiiaytH'itheuitiiui, soi«efrom pncMmptiO*, -vaaU (M-aatMH itith 

n* peace uhicb o<mldbe negodutedi-a^eavcre Jioaapaate to 
direst him«elf af aU hiticoaqucsts, aadts rrthsrcpranot mthia 
ber ancient Units, Scarcely would il aMwar tvOcivnt .t» 4bc«« 
men. Holes* he would also cMseot UtJtmfp ail hiaiUpiv' wM de- 
lavliibaU his borhpm*. J^ fiMalaCeiri* af tli « k«e«2aM in- 
cessant clamours of this war-faction, in harrassingand dl)piailiRjc 
ihe fi9n\f:ri.9f .the p^ase of .Imisns, gtt itil] well rciaei^ered ; 
uor can it be expelled that cvei^ the paritic«liy iBcliard^qiong 
oar Ministei-s ,vvill suhject themselves t«i itacb uu|r.igeous cfurgei 
offoUy and pusjlioqiuiity, until the public opinion has b.oca dis- 
tinctly and generally manifcsied iu faToiicof peace. 

JUaving thus shejvo that there ate no etsetitial ob«tnclci t^ tbe 
altaioinent of peace, let us now fud^avoar-tQ estimate boq- far 
jt wouM he f«fe for thi* country .-r-There whaj^ily exifts in 
ihii uuuiig'» 4<vco(9tC.«lM< uf m»t y/^* bave £u fiuU4 tk* 

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woiil«il m,iu'!innimity of CriliMi-, .-.» to believe that ,pr.i>-e is 
iiilrrly ii.rompatihli- niih laffty; *Uo ff» no •emiilr, unlo* 
w'i'>u surroimitc'l witli vaft H. rl( and armirsi and Kho dn^d 
ihai tticy sliall he every niamrnt rouqurr/d and destroyed, uii- 
)c«s the aiiionni h.i>nnels srr ronliuuMly Hied, aud the national 
AinnAn pointed .a;ainM the enemy. These mew ate (tiacily of 
the Fame frame of mind with iho<e miserable and siifpirioiu 
tyrants, w>-i> lived in a perpetual appivlieiijiaa of dealli, 
who never appeared in publir, nnkn surrounded with 
piards ami loaded wifh Armour^ and ■ytha af h?j!it barri- 
cadoed their doors agaia-t thcif very eenlinelf. — And what 
#astlic rcsUK of such preraution? — Tyrants of this descrip- 
tion seldom failed to perish in the manner they dreaded ; while 
few monarch", who ha*e feared no inj-jry beraoit! tftey intended 
no harm, hnv^ failed to live an:l Iodic ia complete ierarily.->- 
Mx^itiniin^'y produced (be iame elTert in regard to aa lodivldoal 
Anrf ii entioft i and b«ilh the hiifividuafs and the people who 
feem allray* iigViatcd hy feofsy tntcf fail (o prsToliie imnlt 
an:l oggrnshiiij 

Bnl let ns examine the fiutndation <>f tbcM appi^hemlans fhr 
our safety and peace. It it feared that Ooaapsrte will eon- 
ttructnew flolilUu^ tha« he will buikt (hip« of war( that be 
will repl'nijh hit doek-ynrib with n%T»l stftres, and- that he 
will be able asaia to lecdrver (bat emnmeree whieli b ooir 
nlrooKt annihilated. But cun we m ttar prevent KofaifVrt^ frotii 
building fintilUB? iiiid w«s it oof tlvrioj; war that ho tMilt th^ 
only flotill.\ which be tfvet b»»(t ? ttte Mate may be«iid af 
ship* of the line — was not fbu deet etNMMefed iivrim; war 
which it rust the life of N'ebon to cotK}Qer ) I( it (roe that ittt, 
dock-y»nls of France will be more rewtfly repfeniifaolla'paace ; 

. kut so H'iA aho* tbe dtfcW-yacds of tfrrtinoy wbMi aft'M pivMot 
dobnrred troni their uiiini and most eommodioat reioarf*** The 
cwmmerce af Franee wnoi4 rartve, mi4 tbe Ceolinental 
commerce of Brit.iin would also recover it* pristine vigoftr; but 
these rivals would set forward »vith vety aneqnnt cbwncos ofsiir- 
ej^if, iv^ile (hi! od« was. potsetted of capital/ of »kill, of itfi- 
bounded cpeiiil, and tlie other obliged ta struck afainf the 
waut o( al> these ad»aiita)tes< 

But/ m truth/ BonaparTe, if we nftow hhn to pvrsfie ii» 
eonrte iinraa<^ilf'«ly, lias far more inomeafom otijecfs in view , 
tttan t»attc»ipt the CBB((tiFn of Brtttiin-, whtCh/ We' has himself 
declitrc^ to bfndiivta-KMr undertaking,- KiKb At expfesi words, 
tiud <»y'hi» so Wgrefrttlningfrbm nAtkinC I** *ft*iript.- Me b,i« 
to regakil* md«sldUnsh that favourite pMA of empire, in whieli 
l'rance'h<« ba, the eenire ami ruler of the tttrmundlni; depen- 
ded kt«**j>n» » he has to estimate from experience, the talent.* 
ahdtl*liO»l»t3tofhlsVicerf >•■ ! he has to trknfuillixe themiiiils 
' affhaiaatneniiuiMd various iabnbitantt of blk dOHtiMons, who 
bava befit sa tani; ditlracled by War/ mid are «till nifitafed by 
' ahricncaAtnoticint : he bn>taattach-fhepeoptlr't<y him*elf, his 
family,- atri bh In^r by ittoatng aainng them thnt quiet mid 
-pro^pttrity whieb' rai» anly 'be obtained by t1ie restoration of 
']>ekc<«.' ili; hat no rswwem tti spare for e\penKive and des- 
«fc)«M:airmaiAen(«« ai*f n> far is. he from being uverbartbeiird 
Wit)»triMipi;) tliatlie htitstreiuly hern obliged to' anticipate the 
Conicriip^a -of tvo:;car> tn provide for tbe defence of his ex- 
tended -Oanliiu-RtaiJdiAclsions. iter win build no flotillas, nor 
. aadeM^lcp aiijr despontte inva«iaos/ auleks we compel Urn tn it 

•. k^froM^iflihg bis fa?oarite plans fo? MevooMMolion'of his 
'<eM(plr«. ■ ■ 

' ' 'But shbuM lie re.i!Iy h.ive such i^ttempli ill TiV'tr, slioutd lie 

' aetUallV prHVr the despiirate enterprise of conquering Uriiain. 

■■'to the futlHiiient of nil his other great »f hemes; stinhls plans for 
tilts purpose coulo^.i'it be r.Trricd on in a. corner, Could not even 
be well rowmeiieed, before our vigihuire .should be nrouacd to 
rb»cfc them iw thlr outset. Pnrini the Peace of Ariiifn«, the 

*' very' reporf of ariMncots in the harbours of' ilofland and 
France, thoo)^ nosT ifekaowledged to have been •lofounded. 

•- threw tbe 'vrlible natToft* iirtn alsrm tntif m.-idt! -fitrent hasten to 
arms, reare mnft ope» ta at tbe ports of Ae enemy, an* place 

rontinuatly under our eyes every symptom of hottile movemcal. 
But though perfca might boih l> - sate and desirable to ll)e 
nation at large, yet there are men who iningine that it wonlil be 
lirejudicial, to tlieir.,«wn particular intrn-sts, and who would 
therefore make no scruple of entailing for ever on tlicir cooolry 
the ealatnitlrt ^trar.- It is not long since we haviJ lienfclhe 
Kzchangc resound with the ideas that wirivas the means o 
Dialling the Commerce of the whole world flo* into our hjrh<>ur>t 
and that'peice would nc^frtsarily tend to diniinith our pra<pe- 
rity, by dividinjj (hrse advantage* with other nations. These 
npiainiK are now at teasi consigned to silence, since Bonnpnrte 
hat actiially ar^oiaplithed the gij;aiitic tclieine whieb was tiiire' 
aecouiited so ehimerirat, and has succeeded itf excludiyg not 
only oAr own ibip«, but rfcn Itie ships o^neutrafs la-.len wiitr 
our manufactares/ firoai every port in Europe. War has tost to 
m alt the Cnmmrrrc of r.aropet it threatens t» late ta us tbe 
whole Commerce of America; and surely H wil( tftt now b^ 
aBeged that nar enables (ircat DtKaiFu (o comndHiii the wDole 
Cnmmeiteof the World. 

But it appears astoniAl^,' ffiat f6te iluist blind speculator 
eauM ever have auiafabtr^l that war #at advaatagcnus to oor 
enmiiiercrf ia o pp oii t iwi to flie most rtear and best tubslautiatrd 
facts, vnntained fnihe alUcial return* of the Castom-IIou'c pre- 
sented to Parlfan#1i(!l In the je»rt of pehcr preceding the com-' 
inenremeal rff fhe fjist war, th* eipurts offlili ro'tmtry were an-" 
noaUyai'qifFrfng a considerabf^ lorrcase, anif in the yean IT*)! 
and 17f^, 1h7> ntnual inrrcase nniftuo(t<dt» upwards of tun mil^ 
How: Butintheverylirstyearofthewar, ify-S.-outerfporttm-n; 
atoiidedimtoiihed; aOi ttMlfh fhti falling ulf wmaffcrminls 
'made ap, flMr ftite of uM' iteare iiicrrate \ttn never rrcuvcrcd. 
Had we eaatitmcd at peace, and bad <be incri-aw: of our exp^rir 
I l i nhWtfy tivrf BlffWaiwa yeaf,a^ wat tlie case in I'fBland iffW/ 
t^trtnynth f^ tSO? wo«<<t1ia>e aimiwited A> npwurds of fifty 
uiiiriom, WbenrHs iii'farTttiey iit<°rc for that, year' npwanb of 
twenty mifliniit iMtf of that eotDputitinu. Tlio'rumpnrilice' 
cffectt af peace iMi war uA' oor cvmme'rA arie ttitil more dis-' 
linclly illnstrutcd b* wliat took place iiv IHW, the ooiy iBlA'»' 
of peace xtttteh MS ifc»Vi' e\\foycd fai tbe last fifteen years* U 
that fortuiuifcr yeary our exports atide a sodden ktart ofm'arljr 
fourniilffofr<abt>v<; tlii^^nl'tbe jhVceding yeaf of war;buira 
the followfag y«trf/Ih w&ieh the inoumfol ren^uf ofholirni'-r 
took place, our'rtporfs Sildilrtrfy (i-(l feariy ton iil'irtioi!-! .'w!."' 18()3, amfbavi' tMt yrt fi-cOvWcd tWs rapid iliniiniHi«»- 
Such striking facts r'equirc iieft'helf roiAincnl nor illuttraii.ui. 

But if h can be tl?o< dc^itiitrate'd iliat peace ^*i«ilil be •« a<l- 
vank-igeous to the warfd, it w ill mit be tlenioJ t^t If 
would be still more csti'totial tir irthclf cl\isses of the corammiiv/ 
to till? manufiirfurer who is rJlfn(»d liy the .-iccumttlntuAi ofiw-xU 
stork on his hnnifr/ or to Ws «tarv"i»g workiaen,- ■>» h<Mh hiroHU 
exigencies coiOp ;I bint to <li«ini>s. 

Such, then, it the re/uli of onr eiMj-.i?A- i'ntn this iuipnrlrJs* 
■iubjcct, that peace might be obtained, and mi^hi lie .-.iK'ncleJ 
with safety nuJ iiamemtis aifvanlngct. Such i' t'le r<-..ilt "f 
calm rcflcitioii/ in u'hirh A\e feel that ne are not fir-ssiii f illf 
by putillaiiim<m<^ nii'iifrh<u-'iim«, or i>y I'aclious rUinciili". " "^ 
we convinced flittt tlic Mntion lejfty had any great hilire*' '' 
stake; th.-il ibeie was any object etseoiial' to i'l'-- prosyrn"' 
which could lietter bo" obtaincdTby war than by pcac*, "c shoul'l 
bo among the' iirsf to rouse lip' aft its energies; we sho-iUI Ik"' 
ohiy tell our counlrynien of their fbriner triumphs ; <»-'t!ie w'T 
right* and privileges w.Mcb fliey bu^c Itrdefenil: of the ip"' 
hausCibte resources of tboir industry Aid magnaniatiij. B*'* 
tobvinced: as we arc thai no great latM^st 'it at slake : tl"' 
there is nii oAjeet in' dispote ivhieh ui'ay not better lie ohiai"" 


by peace thiif by wur, we tball continule to lift af "O' 
to our coulilry, and to beavep, .-tgninst ifie waoW""'"'*'"'' 
liuinan blood : against watting and dirpiritiog fbe iiatiua '')' '^ 
prntr-aetion of iimiecetsayy diia»tcrs, Cet the •** oppofW" ' 
Tor nponio)^ negotiation be leised ; and, if (h« Mrbiy pi»^^ ^' 
rcnsi/nable, lhrt>, aatl nat lITI Oi«i/ »batt aur f oit'"^ *^ •'* 
among tbe IvnileX invitort ta War. 

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REVIEW OF POLITICAL. • J>ECi:AlWn!.^b. ^^^,^^ ^„,i„„, ;„ ^^^ saxor. amolors, had tl.e\ bfRun t.. vi,?Wir 

onl> besrl llii-ir ciKislson alUTiU-5,l)urevcii !-iiil<-a jiriit "nujca 
without nioli-strtliiiq, aixl aX l«>sUi fitmiutTcd r.iigluii^ IF Mr. 
CobbeiL uuulJ draw historical f"c!.« from rixord*, anrt nyj fr<»m 
faiicv, he would lUti tiiat llic (ir>i t"<irnialn>si'mi>tion iiftbe P(j 

niini'ciii of the Seas, in 111,- im<r iii which it iiiiuiv uJiJcrstooO, 
looli plave ill the reiiii of nil I'-lirjier, in the rdjjn of CfcJpncU i 
iiiil} tha) « hon thi^ t'iuri>er, in coiiiiiiiclloh «l(h Ifte Lortir |»ffr. 
liafflrnr, rniiMol IIk* Navi?;>li»n l«i«s,.lhe Lnrd C'liaiifel|6t 
ClumidoD declared it n« hiw«|HHi°uii, that the J)aieb would ra- 
ther endure any ex^rentliy (tufu iiibmit to such au cxiiauidiiiapy 
eucroachiunil on, tJie fights of iniiritinie naljoiis.' ' ;' ' 

Mr. C'olil>i'(ti'h<iw< ver, wi'Bis disltous liot ;ilif)«r(l!ii«r fo lo<c 
(lie (iralvc'ornioderilton. He deel:ir<'s tliai lie i^ nm aliiriliitij y 
ihi' advfx-at.eof eleni:il uar, but that ilien- are (j'itr.jii (ernis oil 
»,hiih he vunid be, willinir to make I'Lvin'. m 111) IJui\;' parte." fie 
cveu offers this L'juri>i;r an aUeriiatii:'. Ifc iiMls fiim Xvc 
jhnll.lic ioad.Y'(!> okiUo Veace w lib' him, if lie ^\JIS eiihor Piimj- 
ale beiiraarit.jloll.ind, 8|>i\in, a'lid I'.irtusa!, ami lesturc jhicin 
to full and comiileti' iiuU'poliilence ; dr s(i|jiilate lliat no siiip^ of 
>var shall bo built in theiie e llumrie^, or -ail out oft I'u'irhar'boui's 
during I'eaec. Ami whit return ttuuiJ he»e lliiimji.iric JVif 
doing so tniith which y.C ciiuj.l ii.x olili^e him lodn: Wbv, 
he would allow him to sc|ze .ns«u|(h'(eri|:ui} ai h,' ih,.!:- in tUo 

iulcrlur, provtiled he ii ^■' !-■ .1 «■... -.- 

aay ^leps tu be nblr 10 '< 

.f 3&>«.v ..*■••...•■ I. i 1 1 .U.J nj 111 ^iii;^. lli _lu~ 

never A|i|iroaclied (h« se;i-f6usl, or kiolc 
defedd himsell' against uni uiaritimc do- 

cOi{iii>ei^e's fil.h' t^> his nitqiie^ls ak [htIi-, lij valid, 
ouly tlaii)l» the s:ihi» rights for ]'.|);J:iud j ami iim-!- iliat Huaie 
ver\juttl> ••ji'.iiled to prevent a tliijle fljj liiii onr e.nij'rhn 

•' ■ ' ' "^' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ ill 

Porioae wvclis past, thiifcstleman Imm hen smosiiic bim- 
Mif with repaying npoo his old frieodi the American tlepub- 
llcaMi thewruDgii which nercfornicfly suiiatiu-d by fcler I'ot- 
t»pinf. He has earne.stly laboured to tet Hits coniilry upou 
ibem, and wan unt a little aag^y with our Miniitten far not tp- 
litotdiag theaffatrof tbc Cbenpcaket'ood^ieitin); the firiii- 
(ipls on wMcb our oflicrri- acted i. hut he declam tluo. he 
•■•|>eel the TMnkies are too c,anard.y,'aDdraB.Dever be bronghl 
in face Its fairly cither by sea or laod' fiu w.uudcr iiideedj that 
ilicy should be a litUe Mrkviard; fur he ai«ures iic, that thi-j 
iBieaot an iasirumeu^ to light wiibi except wooden pikesfliid, 
a&ir Birwiaghaat foiilin^-pieceii : iiay, what ii'ttiti raorci thai 
tlw) sunt ine^'italily be obliged, ill a !.bort time, to run ieiImsU )h 
tie mid<t of thetuou'il frv;n the nuiii uf pur iiianufuf'turc;, uitd 
iMape'riib to a man without our having ucrastou to i>trihe;<i 
Mffe blow ! This helpleiis sluu''of the AincricaiK, hon ever, 
affwars to Mr. Cobbeti only an additlunariodiiceiiient to Hrcittr 
al belabour tipeni nitbont mercy ; and aftrr having blonu tfu^ 
tiupet of war to that ipiurter, he has Uat week begun to soaat! 
iMiU luuderautr towards tbc Continent of f.ttrope. ' 

Mr. C'obbcti terots to glory in bi-iiig thuifrht 01 the Irur 7>i^- 
li'k bull-dug breed < aiid ecrlaliily nu one vnfl deny h' 
iiiclian of having as Keen on appetite for btood and 
anTcaaiae bf*ro in f«a(lcflball-iiinrkrt. ' On tils ai'ri 
ruiotry, he In'^hib to lUoW the flames of war with a 
tbat ustuni>hed fveq'the ^nti Jarubinri) t and when 
lirtduf a fruitless agd disuf^trrou} coilte5l„ at length bailed w((h 
traibpiirt and illumiiiatiouj the restoration of the blr;.<ings of 
Pr»cc, Mr. Cijbbett, trjc to his'ferotious propciisltlc-', (ite-^l 
fared to haire his housii'half demolisfaed by the iriob, rather than 
seiipa tingle ra«li*light in his wiiidow."" Daring the interval of 
traiquillity procured 'by the peace of Aroteni, he left no iiieaini 
uttriedM.M!^ Fraofc and Briiain again by the eami uud in the 
meantime he amused himself with defending aild panegyrising 
bidl-baiting, prize-fighting, the 81.-vvc Ti.ide, and every other 
Kcae where bloodshed nnd domineering were found in cnnsider- 
aMe peritetioin. ' The reucu al of hostilities gave frcsh'senpe to 
Us i^faral profX'Bsitics 1 and he roniiniK'd by the most stin^io^' 
tr^oache* to iocite iliqisien to form new coalf^ioos, and again 
Kithe CoatiixuMn a ciiullagration. ^ 

SMDCtiaiie' ago, his i>entiiiientj appeared to Have undergone a 

■M^rful revolulioo. In the course of (leclaiaiingiti;aiiL<t altin 

ftwrr, bis opiniuos happened to tally v^ry closely vi iUi tjinseof 

iiir Francis Hurdett; and Mr. Cul^bett began, without he.<ita- 

tiu, to declare Sir Fraucis the only lioheit politician, the only 

Ma to whom tbii country could look tttt sillvation; although, 

l<i> years before, tr«itn'r, and fircbniild, au^' inctiidi.iry, were 

Itehial names which he was accustuiped (q bestow on t^e lin-, 

met. People began to wonder what an onion bel»eeh thtee 

iwiiie elemeiiti would produce; and certainly the rlfecU were 

RT) wopderful.for Mr.Cobbett now b^a'o to rail fiercely against 

Aiti^acobins, and even to alii many sly thrusts at Nobility and 

Jtoyaliy. But nature is liot s<^ soon overcome. S o sooner were 

tkebaraingofCop.-iihiigen, and the capture of the Danish fleet 

aaauiuiced, than Mr. Cdbbett fi-lt alt his former propensities 

analeoed. Itc s&oiiied aloud hh applause to the measure ; de- 

(Ui«d that it luiift be Justbecause it ^xs^•> vigorous 1 and leaving 

|WDr Sit Francis and his 'pacific friends oa'one"side, he'has xince 

Mrredwlth new 2cstbto his former coarse, cillfaig out for.war, 

ftseiual war! " '' ' ' ' 

The late sappotrd a^'r(ure*i tor |rrnce, tli'trntitgh the tH^diuin of 

the Austrian Ambassador, gave bim'muctr'utie-isilltesst boli in bit 

hsiBunibrr.'tie gitj^ felU Bsi^^haJI spi>rtlv<>style; which siiits tbc 

pigtracliou ofnatibnarUrvi^rs, that " this puttfic ogtlng is now 

."ut>n cod." ire thei; broceedi to discuss the observations of the 

Vonitetr on our sA'sw eMo the Russian TJcdaration ; and |s' vpry 

aap'j with th'it pBpet>''f(>f anefting that ourarteestnrs did not 

naintaia their maritbne pow^r by acting " on tTranmca! prln- 
'•cinle»;"'*Hl)|lllstifthkt fhey dH aci on what are caHof tynm- 
Bicufriocipfes'i arid that "n-om the tiine thti country bore the 
" hitte }f England, it ctalmpd a right ofsea dominion, as abso- 
"l«ekitftai'lrhfttt"hBy'S«vfre{gn; or State, 'h.Hs iipon the 
" had.** • This is a.cutinos piece of l)istori^l lofornaiion, and 

ifukauldbegladto'ktTDW whefe'ljli'. fbbhrttcameby'lt: bii» ^ „ r„ . r . .. ,..,,.. ^-. 

it acre n-eflen to que^lon him on^s lobject « he i!<:sait(^ old oy the seeoiiH article of ouC decree of theV^d No^'cmher, U 
»*ity roford^rhe n«'»fr looks Into tiiM food for book'-w-ornM ,' Art. 111.— Any functionary or fticnt of .OoverofMnl, W|, 
—i irhn be iiiid< o<-raf too fur all o2d hiti-jrical foct, l^e titkci a. ^hall be conviOcd of baf ing fatoitr^ ^^ f f^aV^)ioB 'pf g^ 

sailiHjl oiithcfca", bccSuiC wc have lhe'iii;ufi- tu du mj I .'ihis 
Uadmiralile poljiical uiorality j and wjlj prove .ns useful lo'ftie 
liidiway r.ibbei' rts fo tbc roliqiieror. If !>vijii'iior force (roii- 
stuut.^s right, thea the ruHian who plunders a ucfiiueloss tiaj,-.!- 
Icr, lias a perfectly gmid rlf;lit to his bowty :_and it u on^^he 
very same principle n stronger slate has a rigla Jo &e)zc^i>d 
plnnder a weaker neighbour,' Such toncts may he vefv^con- 
geni.-il to the mind of Mr. fobbet't ; hut one is surp;'ii<'(J th^ be 
fliouid venture to puhllslilhcm to the world, Iciit bis Hampshire 
neighbours ibuuM he afraid tii iiccimipany him to (on uaf rust 
Bagsho't-beath. ' Naliuus have ufien been guilty of cxUfinc 
violence, but they have u-«;»!ly cmleavourcd to veil il under 
some specious pretejtl, nor have ventured tu avow that they had 
only the plea of the robber for their crimes. Kut the patriptie 
Mr. Cobbett, the friejid of his country, flu- tcour^e. of political 
vice, wou^d li.iyc (in-at nri't;iin l>o.Idly to throw off the mask, 
apd avow tbats'^ethou^tltherseJf cntitlqd toact UMJifstly^bci^auto 
she has the power ! ' ' ' , ' " . 


Plitia, Jhn. 14. — The followini; IiM|>«r)at Oecr(«*, a.A4U 
tioniil to theOm/uii contaiahig imbmitm apaiaM the laarilimf 
kfbtemiof Uagjaad, hai jat appcantd iu the bulletin of law*: 

]^api>lf qp,. &c. upon livt report of our Minister 0/ financfi, 

' seeing our I^ecrpck of tbc %lli Moveml^er. an<) I Ith I^ai/nfi- 

)tti; ISO), ^jitii the concurrence of ouf CuvAcil of St«6|« m 

have dccfecd^ and io declare ^s fullows 1 ■ . -^ 

4nT. I,-7-%VlicaaYtHel«k<Ut.«s)t«f i^itoaFfench poM, orM 

tb)»t <jy(.a coui^ry occnpivd by our tirmfv*. any mad ot (^e ctcv^, 

IoTtf pv&ii$-og«r, who iliall declare to'lbe iitiinipid of the Uutto^ 
litiuse, that the said ship comes frum Loglawltr bejr italinie) 
or couotrlei eecupied 'T Bn"''' troD|M, or that it has been vi> 
sited by any l^ngiiih y^Mc), nhuUr receive a third part of tb^ 
prodacf of tbe net sate' of the ship and <wgu, if it ii known HiiA 

its dWlaratlAil exact. ' * »' i . ,, . . -rrr 

' ' Aar. ll.>-^be Principal of tbe Ctlstom House, who ihall 

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tnt ^ATIIt^UI. 'R-IyGtSTRR I \- 

/AN, 51. 

■ V- crefi.of tlie2:j,l ofVovrmher.ind ITth Derembpr. 1807. ,hall 
; V priiMS^iitfil in the Criminal Court of the Dt'partniMit of tlif 

Sfiup, Vrhirh shall hi> rnrinml mto a ^iierinl friftiinal fof tItW por- 
jtMi', and Jiuni Jifd. if c.ovSctril, as if guilty uf liigh ttcafon. 

Ant. IV. — Aur Mtuisior^arerharjrcil, nicii in h)? jt-rspective 
i^yjuiattui, ivlth tlie ejiecutimi of ilie preteiit t><-crff .' 

(Sigm-d) KAPpLEQX.. 

• - «ERM*\T. , 

, t^ti»**ronT, J\y. U.— Tlir wifh to, hymhle En^and ani» 

^ .males all niindf. l'li« ncrniini pnlilfcians an? pirllrul.irlr niir 

ployed on thcniran»ufattark)ii^ lu-rinthc Indies, and striking 

^ brrtoihe lirart. 'I'he alfiirnn; of Russia, Franrr, and Per>ia| 

apprarj to tlii-ni adaplol lo nrcpk-rali" this project. The pub.- 

lirpaprntofCiemiany are llier.'rore filled with 'plan* rrlatire t* 

this eip^^itinn. Amonx those irhirh liavc appeared, the foji 

lotriiip, pulilisheil ui the Joifroal of Alauheim, has attraetcd 

• can^'iderahlc notiec. ' 

■ The author iupposrstliat the expedition nil 1 he made niu 
' only with the coiiM-nt of the'King of Pi-rsi.t, bttt (h.-it Hint Mo- 

• narcb will firrnish llie'^arnirc!< that sh.-ill pays through b\* territorj 
■with eTery itUinj iiercssary for their sut>j!<!leni-(-. lie ohnseV 
Astracnn for the place of reolezvou's of Ifte t'renrh anil ltu<<iaii 
armie«, and lie adds, the Russian antiy uill not onlv he ,-n(H- 
eieutly provided «ith ariillei;y and ammniiilion, bat the Rn«siaii 
<iCTer.iIs'irtIl ln1(« ear^ to huVethem in ivartiness for the'Krench, 
•which, to faiililatl- its march, will l:«fce wit4i it neither e:tmimi, 
amoiuiiitinn, nor linrH-». '''he Itu>>i:in ai-niy will easily l>e 
eolterted at Astracan, |)at it w ill be ueeeisary to shorten and fa- 
cilitate; the tnarch of the I'rench araty. Ti has two point* of 
departure, consc-que)il|v two matrs to' follow to nrfiTe .it A»- 
Jracan, one froui the Duchy of VV'arsttw, and the other tlirouWi 

'■'Bytlicfornipr, the army wfli prureed in a right line to Zsttio- 
wia, maltiu^ u inarcli of about 4lia loajiues (or 8S0 (ieruian 
Wilei). There It tvill eirtbarjt o« the Voljta for AMraran, froln 
• #1>lcli LazazinB in dislnnt abolit 100 leagues. Thus the French 
arniysettii^ out from Warsaw will h ive SSO leaguit to go «o 
^each Aslraraii, 100 of.uliich will be by water— a march that 
win employ two jnuuths and a hal'f or three nioiitlt*. 

My the secoud roiAo, (liat is to s.iv, from Dnlmalia, the 
French nnny will make a march (if about 140 Irasiu-s to reach 

' the Danube ata place proper, to einb.irW. }t ^viST go dawn ilje 
Danube to its mouth on board vessels broiisht from the Blaflk 
Jtea. When anivertat the BIncK. Sea, it ni,ll iHjr.^iie iss r<iutei 
and passing by the Stniit..ortlic Crimea,' ni'.i.laml :^l Sangiiror, 
on the. Sea of Axou. From SaiijaiiK- it wil| iu/irch to Ibc Dun. 
Which it will pass near I'iali 1-bianka, tuid proceed to the 

"Zarocan, where it will embark for Astratan •, it is onlv aboiii 
140 leajpit* from tiaogarnc to Zarozun ; it Appears, that°byt|ii< 
route thdJl'rviKh oriny has only alio'iuSWAr MO leafuetiio 

marrh by kind, in gmttf: fnini Duliinttta to A' ,, 

The time which will be cmploveil bv the French in tjis 

march, may be ejiimiued lUabokt six weeks; that is to sjlv, 

• 'iibow(.haif Ihatinw-of tbsftitmer.'. fltatijiit jojitediat A^iracak 

^. the ttrv F4aoco-Rurcta»aMri«i«», widi (Mr «Hiller.vt antamui- 

tiou, ^iMtft, &r.4(<llelnbarKia«witeii pntin.miliifeiliwi^Mi tjie 

^i)spian Sea, will travi im- tliat sci, and ,;r ive at Astrabat.|»n 

^»er^ia, afi.r a jiassnac ut' Icn or Hvclvr J;i s. From Avr.tliil 

.«''-t«e two armies, fnriiishca wifh ll^ovi^ilnlp b, thi Kinp of I'S-- 

■' »fft, will puhue their route throii-h that kiii^Jui^for the lodifc, 

• " wTicrcthey \ifill arrive, after .-if pnai-rh of wvc;i or ei*h( weelii. 

It results from this |)l:iii, thata f'rciich arj.ivof r{0,6t)0 mfp, 

r ■•ettiKic out tVom UiiliniUia, and 'a liiissiun arinv<whi^ m»i 

iiks.teiie be joined byftP^whiiMjfraj) titay arrive ia the fjis't 


- mhJan.)- ■...••••' ; ^ t , . ./ , ', 

I :.•',' '- '■• ; nv'sG,itcir.' -- . • •'■'■ 

Of«», Vkc. SO.^lic folio niuf are fli« .irtides' ^e- 
^..jiolved by thp.pift, wJ»ich,ba5 j«t ^liwed, ao4j»b»ch have'bten 

■ eoofirmedjiy flie KmptrDr :^- ., , ' . ' || 

^ . '\ ^',<)bt) recruits.' Assobtu 
. ;thegeiytifdej}v?red,tb<f'recruitine is <o proceed as before. ..j 

♦' S!.,A subsidy jombpey isoffered the Kmperot. Both NoWos 
-. and Cpoinioiiers are (9^ grant a ^ifa bf their revenue from tMir' 
' real ^intc^.aDda lOpihof'tbcio^rsonal pruparty^ :[ 

,; *' 3. The Ti*in;a(Hrlf«rboy«H- of Fiutde are (f be iocoiiio- 

other Austrian province!, i/Oft Hungary. 

" 5. The e xm>rtatHaiiif . |M iiiJirrom Hoticary shall aot, with' 
»« especial — ""' 


Utrvpbt, JAn. lO.-r-Iljs Jlajejly beinu desirons to give 
•till farther vigour to the res'ulattons'iTsileetlngihe Alockade of 
t le Rritisb Isl.inds, hath fur tH a t purpo-c on the tlih iiist. eipe- 
dik-d the fottoiAoK'.' Cabii*! Order ut tlie H^ ilif l-'U 
naiH'Cs, who is reirfered mpoiMiblefur it... strict exccutilvn^— 

>"' All vessehi, witiiolit cxoeption, nliicli shall have oci-s 
visited byian >F.n; ship, which shall liaM' tmirliril ai;ni 
EaKlisb port, or which ihall have |iai|l ,u <li|ly 01 any kiol 
whatever ti> t-hc. English Goyemiiw°n(, »hiilii bcce^rded a» Kag- 
li»h. property, awl iathc case of being afH'rn^rils (apluredbf 
oar whips of war, orcr.tM>crs,sbaUrbcd>.xi^iredgoiiil prixes." 

In eol»iM(uenee of- oar pre>eM ret«li(M» with Svoden, hil 
•Vtajfsty yeWtWoy passMl the foHtiwiisg Oeercr : — 
I.duit \i,pn!r<iu, Ki/ tie Crrari of 6»iaiul theronstiliithH of lie 

A'/fti.'/Aim, King of HotlmitiailH Cvnttltbltof Frimcr. 
\Vhereas we have received information 'that the Orders adMrted 

relative lo tlie lllorkiidr of the British Ishmls, have not been 

carried into cxecotioiiyTith lilce force a^iihst ."SHcdish skips; ■ 

and whereas this kingdom is equally .tt war with Swedeutui 

We have decreed, and hereby decree as follows :— 

'.im-.'f. IWry Swedish ship whicli -hall enter the jinrK of 
Ibis kiii;jdnm sh.-ill be immedialely seiijcd, and also ;.ll SAcdiili 
inrrrhandiiic- shiilt be confiscated. 

II. Ml Swejish snbjects, who nri^y Iravr iM-retofore ewr- 
cisotl diplomatic fumlions within our IvingdiHii, or vrho m.i.v 
have served as Consuls or Comoierciil V^c'il", and who still n- 
main in (lolland, are required to leave the kingdt.m ilnmedinlciy 
upon the pnhtication of lliis Decree. 

HI. All other Swedish subjects who may tv found in nur 
ports, or oiher parts of our kiugdom, shall immediately he ar- 
rested, ami Ireiuett as prisoners itf "*V. 

IV'. The measure"! at present in fmce for the Wockadeorilii.' 
nVitish I>l.ihd5, shiill, in like manner, anil \\ithout cxceiilinn, 
be made applicable (o Sweden. : 

V. Ditr Ministers of I'inatire, Tt, slice, and Piii!ee,arf einffcd 
with the execution of the pre-eii! Decree, which shall be pvo- 
claimed at all places vOiei-e its pnbli<;ation may be neei^viv* : 
Given at t'lreeht this IS'h Hay of January, in the Seu 
ISOS, and of our reign the third. 

(Signed) LOriS. 

B*' His lfn[e«lyV Comniatid, *' 
J. U. APPIXIUS, Soc. of the Council of State. 


M\DniD, .Tat. S.T-rOn the 3d of this month the Kiig 'S*«et' 
a Decrc..\ declaring, that .ill the meu'iures adopted In rnilKT, 
agaiust the coininerce of England, shmild also have ctTect in his 
llominions. ii 


Flouencij, Dfc. 10...;-In.pursuai\co of .1 convention beWcoi 
tlieir M^ijeaiics the Emperor o* the. French .tnd Kiiigof Itolv. 
a'ld the Kiiiw of jf^pain, Xuscanv hiutlncn ceded t(| his linl>eri»I 
M jest.vt and yesterday eve^iing the (Jueen (to wl)"* *'he'' 
S'ales are tt> be jL-signed) deparlej hence w ith a trairt W he- 
uieen forty aiid fifty carriages, containing bagg.'\g»r anil privats 
property.)' after wliich the. Etrurians were discharged fruui 
their oath fif nlb-giaiice, and the (aoveriinicnl decl.tred to he dis- 
-olvcd, hy the foljowipg proclamatiop; — 

Charles Iu)uis,,infaut<if Spain, Kias of Eiraria, &c. and an 
, the part of ^is .Majesty, her Stijesly .Maria Uiui»a, In- 
fanta of Spain, Queen Kegeiit of Etniria. 

Whei9aw,|ils,;UiUrsty.tbc BmfKtvtiff tltpiiciich and King « 
Italy ha»«irurair<i o»,.lhatby virt^ie of a treaty concluded. »i<h 
his Catholic .VI^M^sty, other states are appointed for us lit ei- 
change for the kinfaom of Etruria, cfded Ip the moJt iJluslriiiW 
Enipe.ror by the aforesaid treaty; we con>!di-r our reiga n 
Etruriaas di.«sulved from thit day, and heijce discbarge the £•"'• 
Tianiiatiuo fry id, every «aUi of 'i^tsgiancc |a wards our Ituyv 

, Vet we cfOMot separate Cimf^mbijecls M 4early bel»ved. 

.without poblicU ass^ciag thenvof uiu entire .«fati"'^'^< *?';/'{ 

the.memury which ife shall at all times felaiii of the faUhrul 

attachment wAidi tbcy. have liiiplayrd dutiog Ibe time of onr 

goveronicnt. . . . m- ■' t 

Yet if lh«ir ia a Ih'onfkt which can tfiminisb our aalicttpn '* 

sach a separatioti, itii thi^ that the kiugduin «f Etniri2i-r-(>»' 

40 obedient a nation becwori subject (0 tbc h.\ppy govm«>en« 

.. ^ „TPfa Monarch who is adorned with the most herme <''*»"• 

c'ertaiasoddt'frod) the 11 among which the constant cpre is ptr-etninrnf with wnicJi »« 

labours ts asMi« the wrotperity •( the people under jhii auth*- 

rity. ' M.1.RU. lOtlSA. 


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"' ', AMERICA. .-. - . 

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yr\'(.-Tfvr. V9.-~~Vi>trfms fnntri-^te 
At, fvrtayir.fx* loittar^rn, in r«»w<)a*aM> nf tttr Mntmr CrtH* 
ii« Pft'-idoit "In iHe !*efRit<u.~V)na'»Sw<>iriy« 6t Md io tiw 

Jo ;M !i/aigan gritiargfi i.n c'f Fi^itl^ (K WIe aArt9ttr-»f Hr 
"Ml rnacird by th<« Se'dnf* *k1. Ifotiw*drK|irr-on<ntivn of 
(if I oitcd Stilt's n( Ami-rir». «»-<^»i{rr«s a^-srmblnl, ihat ai> 
rniwrfu be, .iiid ihcrcW ii*!;iill, on-' aUftrips nni vc.<-«i'|« in &.f 
litr^ai:! nhwls WiiMir iW >in>)tt<aT.fat«aKr«fnil»r riK"t:'aiitt^ 
>'ii««, H.airJ nr ll«>|. rinarrrt, btmnd ta *<3r ftU'itn pvt 'V 
f' Iff: not tlMit iKi rleaianre lie fmitiihni to «n* ibtp or »f « H. 
iVild l<i «t/* rnr«t«D'ia<n «r pku-i-r «<cept ucwlaiD'ter the 
itni^]trtf?rr*ti*««<r'«<i<> I'noijbwkif the Uattf^-fltaiM^ tbd 
Ikal Ike Preiidi-nt be authari nj In git<- nach iii$«nwtitn» to Ibr 
tlktn nr flh( rr^nitnvmkt oftjii- mvyand Wicnde-ciM M>f v <»f t hp 
I'lilnl Sbter. « «Mt af]fau brat .-idaptPit t'ai nrryinr Hi» 
MM iai» full cU'rri. l^ritriitA, tiat WMhiaji i^,nrio rimlainc^ 
Ml hrroKctrurd fv'ptrvOBMluMlriartare.of any forei^ashl|) 
xtatrl, Htiirr in kiltiM. or witii iIir pto^, watrt, noi mrt- 
(taflzf, aa bftard ofsiu^ ferrign skip pr vmel, wkoamitilied 
Mil Are. J 

'•Ser.«. Awi be it fsrthfr maclrd. That Jbning thpeom 
i*a«t of tbit A«f,o«,rei:i»»(fK«(f>ll •C(W-1«K»«: vcswl, having on 
MWd ^odt, warn and iDerchJui4i w, juiail be aJloved to 4rB*n 
bmmefv of thu U»Ued,.Si»i« to the olhar withia tb* wmew 
njoi Uw Biartur, omcr, oinrtgiu^ pr far toT, of wch »T»«rl. 
W Irx give bond u-ithoaf or.ipiiresureti^ |u tlu; cuUfcfot !•< 
i«ttitirt Ctmu. which, rhp is, boiiad to depart, io .«iuBi — 
<e«Methe»,Tl»r of Ihn ynt*! ^ad oarKu, thai thi; said puid*. 
wanni, «h<! ikcroUiiMbv-t «b»JI be r«l)H>d(4 ia tome jwrt of the 
L«ilcd !>laM..da«$N't of ihc *eiis e;irc|>t«d ; vbicb bond, and 
»!<• acmifivnic frttni ta* coUcciot i» bfre !|im laiue mav h« ta- 
Isn^il, shalf, i»> the cnUrvlen resprrtlTcIv, be trai|uniii(>d to 
at Nrcrri:<ry nf (hv Trmsiiry. All arnieij YdfcU' potKtttn): 
rnMic roniMiwiiinc fruoi any fprej^ pojkers Are A»l W be CM»- 
H^ocd a> IdMc I* the «ia>ar|;e laid by th4< Act." 

Tke MIoiKias te the (rraw t» which Mr. J«fenMi bat com- 
■iwaJrd his «i!iii»{(eliring tlumikc JPiMidfary of America 
" Oeytlekkm, 

" I rcrcliwd tome tliiii> »)(» frOtn Ae Spralcer of Ihf FMair 
»i Hnvw of ReprwotMivn nf f>Eia»yl««aia) an Adrirrss r.oni 
» two ilo«^. ttt w«ch, oM paMtc .«OM*a«ratioo<, ii «* 
'"^•«d»i«able the arawrr tbould be drfrrnd awhile. I now 
« pAaiMdn to cnnvey the «w«<v thffmjrk Iheraiae rhaoorl, 
MhiHlider yntithc OKuraare af my l(i|^con«MFfWl<M nari 

jMhe Mao. P, C. Ijior, i^nikcr efthe liiu T. Umiien 

T«fcr of the lloiHc of f (ojrrrtrnratlret. 

loTiis nrtnaAi/Aii«!!«nt.Y«i» rrswtvr.TxxrA. 

1 ffceived ih' due'seniun, the Address of the (Irnmit As- 

"WTOf l'enn«.\!vtioiji, andct roVer fr«nr Ihe Xprafcrr of the 
l»oll(n«e». in HhWb, \\ilh fhelr appntbuiion nf tlie OpBrral 
"•neofra) »d;iiitil<«ral!on, thfy Wrrx-MUnmda^toTxprerMlirir 
»-;ift>Sat i !<boald mmrnt tofhr pritp<i«ed nsafn to the piililii 
*"«•, on the e\|HmfK>R of oiy preteift IpHm of afflrc : Kirtrr- 
"•snir;!, I ttt, for the Gi<neral AAnaMv of Peimfrltnnla, 
1t^ yiiwcn's of W*h resprrt wUh-b wo»»d haw proniincd ati 
"artUie -ahsw^f ; 1 waj «*rlaiH, neverlbdess thty WoCiId 
»W^»e9d<-l«} \»«iirh had for iU'Abfi'rt to avoid a }>rrmatiirt- 
•palioif «■ Ihe piil,|:c niind, on>««d«Jcriso inteiiestliiE as the 
"Trtoaof the Chief MasraWile. .. ■ , . * '■ 

" That I i.hauld lay down my cbar-n, at ft proper pcfrfcid, 1* 
""""•autrajto haw iMinieJrialthfnDT. If wuncirrnwna- 
«^»e.Wvl* ftTthtfCbM MmhfiRUMbo i*c »SLX«d h« tlif 
-**"*"—' •'•■rt>»»«lfcy|»n»crt#e..lii»f,flift-, nomliiallV ftif 
22! **• •• ^*«. '*rr9mt *w'iffr-, mi hiMorv dirtri ton 

■■..°"''^ '*8'«>*t*»ctw«««plml»*.«tHrttiwMt. mpnMlbk<ai' 
"^JJfjnadi kf eJe«rtoB», inhm wbteh prodM«s the icvrafeo 
■Wtte W i m i X o w hu hi nd^ t feefi* a,4Mt-(o.4o n»«ct tihick 

SiTP?y i «>". _di»«far«n|s the loaad pcowdaM-MlilM aa 
^ **" " ' ! ."t* »* ■*«—**> ill4 a wiiii»ihl,»f *n« di^ 

!: g?y.««*l»<W tfci* ateoi>lttMo«tt«W'i«|M«4, mi 

, ,_. "'N'' *!• al *• Jil ii«>k; 4,,.! ;, 
V "•■'»'•'"'•'.;:■.<» ^■»4•ll /' , ^ 
'*'»».i*..:.j",a ,.„ 0, j,.,,^;., ;„^,,i 

, /' J-'or ^,l•e,<^Pf»r^>^);^ion which thf General A»ia>ifibly of Peiin- 
■f>l»aBi.n HiiS^xtxtfiiiimAttattntroitttepriit^iptrttmi. pwai ',', 
■miBtt p/amnti »a .the n uvm^t tm o A wf their affairs, 1 amliliccrclf .' 
t^aiiktuli and ihuuld Ibe ju furiuiinc ai to ctrry IhUi rnlrc- * 
iiienttlir eqaal apprubiiiivn ;A I gn<>i will of my fellow^eitixenf 
tseiicrally. it nill V the rmiiturt of my fntarc days, anS wM ^ 
rloso a XT* iiv of (oriv yean n it;, lite only rev< ard il c«er w i«hed. ' 
I •' D.<* 10, IcjCT." " THOMAS JKFf ERSON." ' 
. A>iiiij!ifr LtMtet haii been iiddrrssed to (he Ltjitlature itt 
^.Miujlaod. ■ 


■ uovsi-. . oj',X (>&ps. 

n ca'imito X V, J-y a- S3, )80S., 
TuK Eaki. of AitLKtrnftD (l^ord StrKard) rrporled that 
;bi>M;ijrtit> ha<l been ti<il(edo<> l»y the Lord* vilh White Stav<-»,' 
|uhu prrtrfUed (be Address of their lrf>rdi>)upt, da itie oiiiu f;ra- 
( iims^prefh dfliver/ni by the X.<ird< Couimiteitim'n in his name, • 
with > hich his Majesty wai> pka^ed toexprcis his tatitfai lion. 
. ' cvivtT«)>' niLV. 

Toe BitMtp or Oxaord isroscotcd a Bill for the repeal of 
tbc Art Massed latt tW-ssioii, lor iusjiending (be oprratioo of Ihe 
SCth of Lis Majt-sty. 'J'he lU'vcreml I'reliUe ciplaiiicd at ^onie 
length, (he iacuoveuifacie&ritiifiUiac.frQiv tbc nujpcasiaa of thi» 
, former A«l. 

After sunte ohscrvaiinns from Tjik tonh C/i^.vccuonantt 
TuE VvK* or MuHfotK, (jw iiiU Has read a hrst time, and 
or^cfcd fMT a, sccu^d reading on 'i'h,«r-^liiy ucck. 

STArS rit,l'BR!i. 

/.owt ifjurMMtavKr by hi* lti.jeu)r'i coounMid, laid on the 
laUe copiet of the curr<f(>«aden«c uitb JtuMtaaod Austria i 
the im'«n4 title! of « bi«h wetv road by th* Cktk. 
■ • oK»t«s'or i^rNcifc, 

Hii I«rdsblp alto liui co the table, ropiet of the. ipvorol 
Orders of Cminril, rrlniisir <l> the ir&duwtfh |b« Contioeut. 
" /;ondVT'rtfn..<yo ohti-rted, liiat fdc tiie-amplcdismwiof of 
this itnhj^tl, iiMouid be neressary for bim, perhaps, ui aiove- 
fnr (urrhrr infnrsmusap. He pr«f««sed bi« wctes inability to 
roniptoh<<»d ttif Orders «■ they stood at prMtsM. Uv had nod 
ihrm over and over, 'but KtiHthufcH ere M*me pHintk .hr> odd liiy 
comprehension.* ii^pdiicUrrd that he did rjM spoad lifhth, but 
Ifrofli the tineerity of hia heart. Previous to his ni«Liii( auy 
inraliM, h< niiHied (a atn>rtnin from tke i<ol»l/%.KMvo, nltetitef 
I it was (he inicnlivn uf Mint>lreM>t« fintnd any f nKM^int oa tU|| 
p-iliers U'htfh had l>eetk>aniaid onlbecAlr.' - 

'//Ohi> /Aitrxeifnciir'O plied, that, -MiliisterS' ireald (olkoiv 
the emii-<«'uttinlly n)tsiVi<ed on siroibir iiwjiiioiis. It «us prnr 
baltb' th»t snBie'pr<'"s'<*^*f"bndrdati <lie Oiders. of CutuKi) 
would be rnnnneueed in uniitlier pl^rt < and whewyr^r thy) 
<hMuld t^me rejtohirly before Ht^ir-hoidfkifhi, lio n void fet^ it 
tf> be his duty (t> («ler ifUialaH diso«i«<>oa«H tiic Mi|(|t»cu 

t-VKD Utili-jyo srhbrd that the Ordtvs ot' (4Wi:nl had, as 
Kell OS the HtMcinu eorreffsondew-i', tttcii acvooipiuiied n itb aif 
interpri-tntion, of iiliirh, iti his iipiniim, riwy stood wucli ip 
■ee#. , Sh cHhifused nndnniiiietlif;iblf a' mods iieni-r fell iinUir tit|. 
rofi-idrralroii of I'.irlinwrtit. - .Ve.l itaC sh««<d hr Invi iu making 
lltf^'ihe^Objeci ofdisrimtofl, Air-tboy iiwelved ibc vit«l inlc- 
ie<W of the Si*le. ' • ,. • •• , 

7^iiRp Gicr vriLAE eondenmed the-moilr nf pri(rrod>ag nhii-h 
BlifliMcrs W-Pined di«)mseil to MIow. (to a subjrrt nf titrli int. 
meiM iBiiiiirt.'mre, fliry nerruih to «ait fw tke pvocfeiliiip nf 
the other lliiow.: •lrr»»piiniblr ravrWrf miftht he doiw to Ibf 
eAuiitr'v before sftt niipiiriiitiityaiifiis be oMen-d (a rarliiioient 
of Miirtirtins w'haletrr-tbtre -^ras «r»<Mi« yr 6tnlly io Ihii >}^ 
rpln. 'rhr prpwntnrrislt w-^'^theiaoA ai«npoi«a» in Mhicfa t'hi* 
co^inft*. was ■ever hSTolvcd, i(i« i.««ilsliiv riitiU^cd, iji.-,t the Ots- 
ders of Comtell'tM-reclreirly Ml'lg"**' 'I'bcy intrjnjtort bulk tli^ 
laws of asytioiis anil the • msuiicliml l«.w of thiscosMXrv. Hi# 
Lfirdship ><rpeateil a questiottpu]! by Lord Holjawdi ai to any 
eommuniraiiun from the MiViSMt «l° » neutral Touer n»pcc'iii-g 
the maiiaar iB«hirbt1ie l'<'nt>cd to CkeciWe ibrfrdctiviv 

f<ono if-nricti*ttvM' n'd, ibnn if tb«rc if <u;iuy latr^tiqii of 
the la\ri in ihe Orders of (Uinncilt U nould be.fvr ilu-ir l^orde 
^Hipstodrudrnhcu MhiitlensiioisU ci»«U4.ti| rarltameut fur f 
Ulll of-lndtoaaiiy. .,....,. 

Lonn HuLLAXu iiK.iin prrssi-d his quetlioo, and made soiuf 
obSeMathins respectta; (he tl'wleacy of the Ord4-i>. 

ftolia UAtyKfwaHif nt lenjrtii observeil, that noreriunrn^ 
was io paastgiiun-oCjun' iBfonnatioa of f!ir luiurc rft^^rcd, 
which could with proprifly.lfc laj^^lu-iurr 1'arli.imeui. 
~4MM*(>r Wcti- <f«u li^id ni; n«"»* jr» «' Wk object bj s^ taotlep in 
toiaa^ct A»i.-rA"U""f'''<'- *' '. " ', 

■Digitized by 



iAN. si. 


Tnuiiso/iy, jAMfABVSS. 
. '/.ORO JlAtrtiKaucHy roje to move a Voio of Thanki fo (he 
MHilary aud Naval ConmatidcrB rTnploTcd In the KstpeditioD 
tn Zrnlnnd. It was his tvish, io dotn;; so, tii M>paratr rntirelv 
ffi^n the,l>r«(>pt quoi'xin smy rnnsiiieFalion rif.thc polilt(%l mt- 
iits of lh;it mea^url■. Were the original grounds of the Kxpr- 
ditioiiasunwifc:iiulasa>uuttaslie would coatrndthry were wife 
nndjust, the of{i«rts (h.^rehy gained jvere as little idvnnta'sroui 
ns lie liiil 1.. r'lii'd ilicni to be (lie, reveffe. Mill, u^ort every con- 
sideralioti of .<i>und pulley and precfdent, the »kill, valour, 
2ea1 and activity dispUyed tn the operation* before Copenha- 

f' en, ju-tly demnndcd the di5ti;:dinn of their Lordship's Thnnlc?. 
f^s.t..of d>iiip fpnfcnded that,, \»hcthcr the innsrnitnde of the art- 
Taiitagc piKCured to the eonnfty, or the maimer in whi<;h tfie 
s6r»ice was adhjeTi-d, were t.ikVn into rotisideralion, the juh- 
jert5,»f his present inotinn wore eminently entitled to the hij^ 
I'cwa'rJ of a fprclfir of the npprobatinti of Parlia- 
ment. Ili.v [.(ivl.hip cnnrlii'lnl with moving the Thanks of the 
Uo.flj^to I »rd,C»t(ieort'in;he ti«iti!l ftirm. 
, /.oRo fliii.i tsii r'.Mii;! Islr.i.Hlfurtfter the painfnl necessity' of 
dlfjcnlinsfrom lljc "priiion eipretbed- by the Noble Lord who 
^;itl jiift sat down. lie «.-is influrneed on this ocrasion by no 
rrfcn-iire lothe pnliry 'or'ju«tiee of Ihdi Expedition fbr whirh 
the nnval ai'diiiili'arj ('oi;in)nndf(\ ttefc wholly irresponsible ; 
bill exrluilvely by a due rejcar(^ In t'le prliiripl*' wbli-h should 
fejSiilMle the rnndurtoY the Jtou'e Whiesnnting: its Thankf. Kor 
the individual to whom the ()i;ejtionrn4>plied he hndatl pnsrible 
ref pert j.njir /lid he doubt thrvt, b«4 aii'opportuiiity offered it- 
ti-lf, they would Hnie displayed nil Itiat ifallantry Md mlKtarv 
skill; whirh. woidd have t-ntiiled them to the'speeial approliti- 
tinnufthe Ifouse j hiit surhnh occasion for diaplayiiiK their tO' 
)ents iiad not occurred. The mere iluigDiliide of a vcrvieehad 
iin'l Sjen ciiusMi'red a suSirient reason for such proceeding?'.;— 
■.' .'!e iaklnr of the cnutparaiively insignificant post of Kqslia, 
h.'i5; on account of the rdsittaneeiitade and overcome, furnished 
a •<!>( i;n. nod Rir thanks tn Lord Hood; while the neqalsilion 
of the port and flert of Toulon had bccu paued over hi silence. 
T li^ way to prevent melt iionoars frooi being held too cheap, 
'ivastn imitate the policy t)f thiit .State from whose hii'tory innrr 
Ttii Irnntt'thHn from that of any other nittiou which had 
ever esclstrU. The' Knmansj in tke time of their RepoMir, 
pevrr gr.tntcd isiHwnph trlthont a rigid icrotioy into the aiorils 
of the Commander who ap|>l>edfoT it. 

Lord Moira and Lord Atickbind sapported the Motion. 
■ Lotto Ottrr DB /lomiCK rcpeivtrd and enforced the various 
ehservatinntof litfrd Holland, mid declnred hiimelf compelled, 
^ough with unfeigned pafu and rduetancc, to give » negative 
to the itiotlon. 

The motion was then pttt and carried without adiviaion, as 
vrerc aisoa molioii to the soine olTect, with respect tntbeCe- 
neriili and sultordinatr Officers, serving under Lord ('alhcort, 
imd a Vole of Approbation legardiog the Noit>Couiiui>Moned 
Officers anti Privates. 

f.onn l/jirKKsnonr then inhved ,i similar proceeding with 
V;>ard to Admiral (^ainhtnr and tlic Na*y. 

■Wlienthe molinnfor thaiiking'^ir-Mome Pophamwa*, 
the Duke of Norfolk euquired whether there was a precedent 
forlhnt procfeilins. He was answered- by Lord Ifawkesbiiry, 
that Viee-Admiral Dontniet who wo» Cnplnin of the Fleet in 
)801i w.'isthaiike)! by niiilie. .Cpon this Lord (ircy rciiuirkcd, 
tliat VicR-.Admlr:tl Dominet was actually at ihe timr in posfcii- 
•idn of the rank of Admiral, betides being Cnnlain of the I'leet. 
■I.ord Ilrtwkesbtiry, after a moiiM-nt"i con>ul;nlinn with Lord 
Cliatlmm, (tntcd, that iIa- cos..- of Sir Roger Curii!>, who was 
Captain of the t'leet uiider Lord liowe, ia the action of the 1st 
of Jilpe, tVascvactly in point. After some farther conversa- 
tion on particular eipreallons in the motions, they were seve- 
rallynogtced toj and the Lord Chancellor was empowered to 
cn:nmnnicate their purport tn Lowis Cimhier and Cathcart in 
their places, and to the other Officers in the usual form, . . 

f/ono //oii4ffS gave untice, that cm Mmidav next he should 
tubmltil motion, so framed as to ohiaio a copy of ahyacredited 
■information which might have rrncbed Ooveminoitt', rrl«l>vc to 
Bonannrtu's explanation to Neutrals, of the l><;crec DrMoveui- 
ter, 180fi; . . 

/.itKO (insr gave notice, that be shq^uld on the Mine diiy 

jnnve f'lracnpr of Lord (iranville l.evli(ia tiower's nniwar to 

3arM Budbcrg'k N ote of the S8ih of Jimc.— Adjovroed, 

rniDAT, jAjp, 80, 

toRB jy.<n'K«jjrBi''r'ofc to rectify twoomlSKions Inthe Re- 

toluiions of Thanks paned the pfo>"(?edi«s; ovcWng.' JVom it 

mif'iku of the clerk whc> copied them, ^Ive name of Majiir- 

'nieral Thomas GmsTcpor had been left o|)t. , His l,ord^hip 

rtlier statefl^ tbat at the cooclui l(y) of the I^twlatiolii fctpect- 

ingthe Navy, tberatomtiry fpmi of desiring the Capiaiu to 
commutaicate Ihe ackaowMgrncBt af tbiu IlMwe to the Sc«ar« 
had been also omitted. Hh LorMip^ motioM, for reetifyb^ 
t)te«e imccufacie*, were then put «^«gieed U.-^A^fvumL ■ 


irowvAr, tAVt.ti. 

ritearnT S-rorrono presented at the Bar Mf MaJerty'i An> 
swer to the Addres»af the Howe, tha«kiagtW«rortbeir lejafty 
and attarhineot to his persoa anti family, 

Jfn. ,/0B.vtav,-fVom the Ooinmtaiioaen of Eo^iairyta Ire- 
land, presented tbeir iiocoiid<liepott, wMch was orAared to ba 
laid OH the table. 

TiiK lloir. tta. fruLtnunr pitvewitA th« Repott of the 
Commissioners appointed la«t Sesi-iom for the yurpote of in- 
quiring respecting tkeex|iiriaglal(i. 

.Vx. SucHioAS gave notice, that he waold, oa Monday 
se'miighl, make a motion, respecting the stale of Ireland, so 
far as rrlnted tn Catlwlie Emancipation, The Iloa. Member 
;aid he did not wish tn mnke this a party question, or banail 
hii Mj^etty':> Mlnbteits rtlaliveto the afuirs of tbat coanlry. 


On the motion of ilfn. tVn, pvso^t, the Renfrewshire pe- 
tition n as ordered to be taken ihld coMideretion na March W < 
Great <iftmsbv, Kebniary 83 » Downpatrick, I-'ebmary 8.1 » 
>tewra«tlfl-tiiider-Liiie; March II ; (•reat'Yarnoutb, March 9# 
(JMmpnund, s.-ime day i Hliriiar, MarcllS4; Caantyof Wev 
ford, AUrch8; New M.ilden, March 8 ; Malrasbnry, March 10. 
, r.R«>iTi<ir. pi.«ciii Ifr rbtermuA. 

Mn. n tiiKht »«id it was not the inlentina of tbat Home to 
inrroach on the preroj^tivp of the Crotrn, bat to prevent the 
improper application of Places in Reyertinn. Hb M^etty bad 
a ri^hi to bestow favours oo deserving objects, wbn liad ren- 
dered great services to the State s yet it was palpably evident, 
that Places in }tever>inn weregraniMl, ^en tosackiog iirfluls, 
wlio were incapable of perfiinBiBg tbe duty attached Io tiieir 
nffitr t he therefore canHilded with moving, for Icwrc to bring 
.in a Rill, to prevent Ike 'gtraoliaf Ofices In Revertion or opoa 
.Joint Lives. 

. iVa. vr. DrnBJiappoiliA i(, and eootended, that the Cmwa 
had a right to exercise its prerogative, and grant the Serrnlon 
of any Oflico wiiaiever, which it did not be^me llie Itoute to 
.quest ion. .' . , 

.tf». >f'inraRa.<n (aid, the Iloa. Member who tpokc last, 
opposed the Bill, because it eacrooclied on tbe privilrgn of Ihe 
Crowo i but this wa." a period, wliicli, more than any other,, 
required economy i but the ilon. Memltrr had auolbar motive, 
ivhicfa was the more iiiterrsling— he was in posseisiou of an 
(klice, which he obtained iy reversion, therefore t< was bis duty 
In oprpose this Rill, which struclc at the \eryrootof corrvp- 
tion. This BUI,. bowcv<T, dlij , not intend to take away, the 
prerogative of the Crown».l>iit to see that its powers are pni- 
pcrly c.'.ercised. It is well ^m>«n that ofScet have been given 
to infants iu tlia cradle. Tbn. Chaocelior of the Exchequer, for 
instance, had nne. bestowed upon hip, when be was iiorking, 
which his brother ( Uud A'd'*") »ow <i\)a}t, but requires no 
more ability tli.iii eouiiiiiig a fetr h.'iirprnce. , . . 

SiH.r. .vVifro»r»aid, the Collectorship of tlie Port of Dub- 
lin was, fo his knowledge, granted three deep.' 

Leave \vasgi\eit to bring in the Ilill, which was rend a ^t 
time, oriiered to he printed, aud read a second ttiae on AVed- 
nesday actl. — Aiyourued, 

Tt'MOJlY, JAW. SA. , ' . 

run SfKAUKK ac<|Wiinleii the Howe tbat ke bad rrerlxed 
from T. Boucher. Kiq. Clork of Htc Ctowa la Itelaad,a|ibi«f 
('nrrislers of five vear* stoadlng, who had, ia tenn* of Ike Act 
of the^4ed of the K ing. agreed 14 art $t Conpiittiaaei » oa Cga>. 
troverted i^lrrtiora in that part «f the Uaiied Empire. 
. A nan- writ wa«ordr«rd, onthemoliuaafiJlil. teriiawaoK* 
for a CiliMli uf UatiSi in tba Tuam *t JAbit Palwer, fJ^ 
who, siaoe Ma lih<rliea, hail aceeptod the oOea of iitoaard of 
iheChil*rrB|itta4rnit. . .. ." .. ■'• • .* 

■ PttlUoB» na«plw»iait of aDdue ElactiMM aad Retnm M 
the Ibllowiiig place*- worepoeMBiad, w)i>«li-.««re«rdoiH M nil 
taLea HMJ) f^njmi. eiM»ntloi oa tba* > 
Boole, (0olMa MtaA), TueKfar, tbe M pT JTrkraPtjri Mai* 
dnn, to fiMta, .roe«day< Iko 3&th of MaMbt Ba«ft)^> ** 
yvrkshtrr^ MUa; 4ay. . , . ., .. ., .y , ,, .. •■\ j. ' 

pers, promised to be Iai4 be«l« Honae in Ihe 8pee«h de|q«W» 

by the Lords CnmmiUiionrrs. Ordered ii» Ue On the laWe. _^ 

ifK. O- Po.V.oir»v with^ to team from thf Right Hon. >*' 

oratar^ «i!iea ttie Paflen ^elatiiit to Ihe ap^l't*'"" ■'*' ' 





WmUn it tke Kmperor oT Rus»ia, touchiaf hU Mediutioii 
irib Dnmrk, vould bt> luid bofurv tlie lloute. 

Mt. SBCtBT^mt CiUKlna TifAiti, thiit if the W,-ht JIop. 
rir«|n|ia nraU to mnr* |Vuer<)U^, for the iiifmuialioo Miui» 
){mM.iip<»illliat nibjeel. it HOtrfd l)c rcjidili' pniduivd: ou 
i>ffMitr^r», if hcmrant tuin«K..ft>r that iiiformaliitnspecifi- 
Mr, h« nould be |)leai^ to nDAvtimA^ th»t |iq s|;ch papen 


-!-. ttniTBiiJuo xrUkti to' fcii'ovv uliethcr it was mount to 
Uv '...Vrf ike Setni Treaty Mleri-d intu by l(i» Majesty n itb 
P..-|:;.J.' ■ 

.■in. r,sgna repliej, thai tfc.? Treaty alluded to by llio Hon. 
n'mltiMB. )i!tj a Treaty 4»f n M-eret uatuf*. piid contoiued v«- 
ri.ic>rtiHcs (hat coulil not he divui5*d tUl th»l*u:rccy was, 
bv i«it(|al (op-vnt, put an euii to. ' 

Xi. ('Ri.trKi.« y'*iir«r.«.f. prrseated, by Royal Com- 
Kial, ikr levrrat ()r4<>r:« in CiiuiicU referred to in the iipeech 
Wiwwd m the first day o( the !)iv«ton. t)rdi-red to -be printed. 

htJvK^ WitcoBr nskodihe (;hiineellor of the Kxebeqaer 
twifr be intrn>l<Ht t«» yround any nieamro on the Pou'tli Re- 
f'Ktef ihf CuRimSi^ino.'rs of Inquiry in IrHnnd, reti|ive to 
(■.ftioij HcVPimeof lUe Crown, I'lileii- Ibe Uiuht lion, t^n- 
ihni .lid brii|j( fMi'unrd (he ».iViert, be thuuid tbinlL it disduty 
I'ttl'imsirlv ii|i|ioniini(y of doiiij; «o, 

tteHiMse <h<n uent tqtn a Cn'inmltlee on the Reralulinn of 
t-wtliy, ibat a Raj'UVvfce pr-mtrd in Ills MfJeKv, Mr. C!. 
j'wiow in the Chair. The ICesnlution nas carried, and the 
lifMrt nrdrrfd ti> be recflted li>-morrnw. 

TSf Fifth Report of the ba.trd'of Miiitary En^alry was or- 
^rJttbe prinrrd. 

HiL (1. Pff.mivftt' Aibved hn Addtvus to bis Majesty fur 
npwk af $arh parts of llii^ Cnrrr.<p»ndri)(<e as tookillacc br- 
l»(»«»fcr ScrrCiary of the .State and tlw Ministers of Russin, n? 
rrlttnl In the n-<U>rulioa uf Vvnec bel trprii liii Majwty and the 
Cruwi Prince of Denoiarl. — .^djourooid. , 

wr.ONii»nir, jA.t. ST, 
5*. Sets pssiponeil Ifis lantiqn r»p«cliN|( tlir American In- 

Irr.iHirH- Bill litl tu^tnurroi^-, nluM) it Kuiiid be rpft-rrt'd Ion 

(Vnmiuw of the whole llonse. .Mr, Rose ttaorcfurc reserved 

• bt br bad to say re; pcctiuj; it till ti>«niorron , 
Tkf fallau-ins Eterliqp I'elitiou'' wove ordered to be taken 

iAp r<i|iii4(-niti«i An tbefuli«uiii{; davs; — Brif<i;«wa(er, March 

I'i Wniminstrr, (a^iiist the ivtuni of LoM Cocbniiie i. 

Vjrlt S»t Oirislrhureh, March CO; I)ua;;arvo>l, initio; 

Ninrt, diitn : Saltnvh, (doubU tplurp), the VSih of TcbrUarj j 

■•4livS«iiask Jtij(litaf l.lrrtign, op the iwme day. 
TbrBill to |ircvi-i)t tbe Craittiii; i|f Ofliccs in Ilpiersion was 

Mxcrond tioip. 
UtCanupiUce pf Supply, the Ammal l'>|iaiitte<> fur tin- 
^■) a«l Navy wfrr l)r)iit,;ht up, luii ordered to lie on tbe 

THCujucfLi-on or tiir oald, Ibnt it was his 
'%>iantO);itefi<>lice, nnan rarly dny, of a innliuu whirh be 
'^KiM to brine forHi'.rii, relnlite lu luodifiin:; the olinoxiaii» 
P.iiafthc Ijill p.'i^M'd l.i^t S<<>sW>ns, retiitive to thf .\ssrK>cil 

1.4(1, e^ for the ii(»rc iiuniiiiittte iaeur.:> uf culWeling ll)ein, 

otini;** IN fOCVciL. 

I'tnntl. Pr.Trr a«kc<l the Chancellor of the Eseliequer. 
if'^thcinhle. whether he intended to iirins; fornafda lllll 
"f IsfamitT, Oj the late <>rd«i« of Council were n)>solu(elv 
Jl^l. ■ ■ ■ 

lutCridiccu.nn raid, he did not think there sia; any ne- 
niiii; ^ |!re;rr,t to give the busiuoss tr Ihdiigbt.-^AdjuUFiied. 


Os Ih* motina of Hn. Jt^tu, ao order «»« mad* Air the 
llr«, Ml Wwinrrttav neit, to resolve Itiellr hito »?. Coramiltre 
'«»n«rt uf ilK> Act uf lb« IVth of Charlas 1 1, ealled thA .Va' 
^^uikoAtt, n« tciittes to -alio wine the iinpprlatioft to Great 
liriisiG,nfatt{Hc« tli»pTo4«ee of tbe BmsUs. 

I*. Avrslfara nnvn] the Order of the l)av fi>r the })«nse *e- 
'<lihiti«taaUonMBttl«-aou IbeiAoi^Kiu) Inu-rconrsc Aet. On 
<^ qanlifai tfeif^ um tliat M^. iipci.ker do oow leaTiii the 

Jla> !!»•¥ said) Wehebcld, with mnoh satishetien, ti«« pre- 
ft Btoim fat caraviug on the intccenurse iHHvreen ibis cnvii- 
'"nt A»>ricn, )t was ji means, he trusterl, af reoonciling 
<^i*«MWtrie*, But nhilc he Miid thus much, be cwatd not 
'<^Mt bun «ap*MPia); bis astonishmaat tbat Mipitters were 
■^MtbtaMianaiill Act carrying into efpict uTreoty of Amity 
*>i OwawTW MWWed into with .th<>'l!uiteit Slates, by Lord 
'•**%» i>iaH-.«>y fim-AamiviMral'mq ^f tbi!' late Mr. Pitt, 
'''"'M Jtmiy had esjpised, I'hu^ VfttJii had !itipit|»tp4 a 
''« nworice, m)d p/m we bearJ of tl|e Ancricaa >'iiD-impor- 

lation Act, and of the embargo loid upon American ships. — 
Tho lltfn. (jcutieman argued, tbenrfure, tbat there was no tie- 
CL-ssity for aoMtiauiiiictlie Americiui Intercourse Act, m it yrm 
n\\\ ii) forer, nod wfuild out expire for five weeks, It wtHlId 
lie proper to |v«i(uutilft should be nseertained what iiapres»ion 
OUT Orders in Council hod innde upon Ainerirn, by n hieh tlie 
ships of.thut country were allowad tn trade to Rritish ports ooly. 

Mn. Itats iltHiieii thai it him wibecomiiiK in this cooatry t* 
cnniiauc ooounereial advaulOKM to the Aiaeriruiw. 1'he Art of 
1707, granleil llwse odvaolajres fur twelve yenrs,* : 
stowed by the .\ct of 1794, in the asmt of cort^in arnui)(*ai«Dt*v,< 
between the two couotfias beioe <u)iu« tn, Op that prtufiiplev' - 
the Intercourse Act baid lM«a oontinuinl last year, and it !«•• 
maiiicd in force liU kix weekt »fier the eumoKticeoKtit »f the 
pr.'ient si's^ion. The Hoiu- (Volleman would rendily pereeiv* 
that that lime would be fic^rly elu|n«d ||tfu/e the jiresret Bill 
could ;;» through botli Hou»e>, and rer\-ive llie Koyul A<sent. ' 

The House ihcp went into the Committee, Sir C, Price iu tbe 

iifii,' Kosg (lieji moved, that t^e Chalraiaa tie iiutrbeti'd p» 
move the I(ous|i fur leave to hrlaf in a Dill, tn roniliiue f«r 
time (o be liiniteil, sevorul .\cts of I'arliamcnt for carrying; » " 
ll)e Treaty of Trarfe-, Commerce, and Nari^n^inn, between t "■ ' 
.Mnjesty ami the ItnilM Stalmi of Ainrriyu. The Report vf ' 
'received by the ilouse on its rcsumptiuo, and the ^ncjltoii |m ' 
O'Ul curried. . , 


l,Diia C^srjiitJiKJaif riNie, and after heatawiiurmarhapplame 
IU the oJCcers rouyeraed, be couelndrd w ilb a OMCJaa similar ta • 
thni <^ Ltird. liuw' kesbury in the liuuse of iVoM f^r thMih> >« 
Lord CatbcartAnd ihoseuodor hhicommaMl, 

Mjt. lyntitH^M laid, that in a tueasnrr of this kind tttert wmt 
iil'.iays Iv lie.fou^d.atitirdjiai'ty who were fogerls luAking for- 
WanI foe a share of the applause. The Tower gans were not to 
he fln-d for nnihiii); t h'il iu thi« rnte M>|ii>lers were a« eniulnna 
iif uppn>b.itii>n us tnuw Who b4d d»iie t^e jiroatest service fur 
their coiiniry, |tc hi)d no doubt but iheipmyand nvvy had 
done their part, qnd it \\ as well knuwo that single ships riittin., 
^nished themselves during the pratont war, and particularly n 
packet lately in the West Indira, and hr wasa!iloni!ih0d, since 
Votes of thiinks liec.ime so cninmon, th^t the Noble l..nrd did not 
mote fur one furflie runimaorler of thai pitcicet, fur hik bravery, 
The pnblic did not approve of the l^xpedilion, uiid wasai'a 
■"•^ to comprehend whyMinislers ikouU press a quci^lion of a 
nature su odiou.-.. lie w;)salioailniili>lted, why Uoyd'» CpRer- 
house wms i-o bqi-ktvimi In K>*>>>K their vate'of ll'iauk> tathe 
iirmy and mvy on tlU> occasinn i that miKht, however, be 
accuniitrd for, when the Captain of the I'leet was ransack- 
ioi; the town for old h.immersand biis of ii'Oi>, whi|e the trade ia 
the ISallic nas suflerinj by the uctivliy of the enemy's privu' 
leers, which nliiinalely touiiheil the pockets of the ^mllcmeo at 
l.lovd's. The lion. Member wvns likewise surprised why tl>a 
Transport Itoard nut Included in the Vote of", fur 
the CommiMSioner^ had l) i;reul sliarc of the nierils attached to 
th.-it eipeditioii, particularly in Airui»hiiig |ilenty of rbips to 
lirin^ ho;ne ihe stores, II was true. Lord ('athcart had dislin- 
l^islied him^elfas asilbalturn tn the Aim'ricnn uar, nndl.ilely 
asncommander in Ireland i but ftirther tho public did not know 
him: and a* for Admiral (iiunliier, bis ntivul evploif Hera 
limited ;. JHiwever, he did p&t sa'e any thing ..plemtid in the 
I itll'air of Cupenbiigen to eutide Iheiu to thoKt- hi^b honours 
lately conferred on Ihein, qud hu was sure, when they found 
their new honours and titles In the Gas^>ite, ihey must be 
equally aitoolsbed, us tboy elaliqed no meritfniin their $ervirc^. ' 
Ministers in this hiijiness reminded himufa inan^inj;tu a Lord 
Klavof's shew, who had a wqiidMile^.andfor the sake of being 
di?t^iiiguislied &oin tbe vulgar, liad it gilded ; so it was with the 
.Noble Locd, who wanted to im|>Ns$ on the public mind the 
rreal iniporUDce of tbe attack upuu the deftoceless city uf 

Tbef'iJ.s.vCK^ Of rut RTC]|MO*<>wi*hed It toliewdejr- 
ttood that the merits or doincriis of the Kxpeditlou shnnld be 
entirely set ntiile on Ihe pre.-^mit questinn. Tlic army nml nary 
h|id ilqiac tbcir duty, which eolillcd tlutiu to the thanks of that 
ilousci ^iid hod not tly; service boeu pevforraed, he wax cert.-iin 
tbe navy of Denmark would bi^ve ultimately been employed 
!• the invasion, if not the de^truclinn, of litis country. 

.Wn. TiCBSKV condemned the lilies given by bis Majesty lo 
l,orl Cathcftrl and .\dmiral U^bier, oa the Kore thai their 
services did nut merit them, 

' The^'pcjKKR W.IS requested to vamismnleale the thanks of 
that House to Lord Viscount Cathc«>«, and the officers and men 
under h>f rnmmand, at the eapMtre of (^ilttnhugen t to .^dmiral 
. Uird Cuinbier, Ailmiml Stanhope-, ftwl Kir Home PophoiPi ai 
well as the Matioct and Seamen. 

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JAN. 31. 

On (?tai im>tioa<of the Clruv<:sli:»it tfP-TliE KscvtKt^r.m, 4h<* 
ConiMHttrt! oI'lM Um Bccsimk wra* revived, ir)tlj>.(lt«<nifr[iliffli 
of Mr. Ji^iltr, wh* was not at ^M!«M a ' Mpixlkfr, but Mr. 
Cborlei £lli> munppointed in bis rbom.— ^Adj^vrned. 

FBID^Y, JAX. 89. i. 

T$ni 'SriMKArsind, thot Its the Prtiti(*in ■ptr^mtei iMt 
SpkWps Oguiost Uie reninn far ShrrwDliu^y, liltvr^oMi and 
KcLW^aldeo, had not bftm rrhrned tUi Stfttoox, the recoj- 
nizaocK Hcrr or course futfbited. 

Mr. MHfotd jsresentcd an nrroii^it fmm thp rrtirtnU'lonerj nf 
the Cui-tnin* \n Sfollnnd, rrjpiTtinf the tnmiHer of Jhlps and 
tommt^ eniptd^^MFrojiithat ciiltntry in ttti Gtccvland Fisheries, 
and thenuHil>er of tons ofoil impprti>d. ' 

sIr C. CotB gave notice, that he would on TVednesday next 
mnwfuT Ic.Tve lo brin^ in a Bill, aiftciidiii;; an An in invest 
Priham' IItni.=eiii tlie bands ofihe Truster* ofttie NuvhI Assliim, 
and in ^ppciint .-i Ciiapluio tnthat jnstitHlinn. The linn. Mrni- 
berWso sjiid he would arilie same time, move for it t.i»t of the 
Oificersaorl (!i!-ir jAIarief. belonging to the said iiistitnllpn. 
• Ofl'iKfcinoiiiinof ^. .-/. 'lUvLoa, Ksq. the lltli ^f Fel)ruar\ 
next tt;i'< fixed for taliiag the Poul Election Petition into ron- 


Mr. ff'^nyKntitii tlii riewt in maiinK tlih- motion was to 
brln^UfoTstho Ma«w«llihr-infi>nnatini\ that mold be obtain- 
ed tutpetHi -^ iitxe OttrttyUii t» aw^riatn how far thov rnuldbe 
Irgally giMed. . ilei, thrrefow, inov«d that lii? .vlBfMty be j:ra- 
cio^l'y pleased to lay IMnre that Ho««e a I'rsf of the number of 
lie(#tes sTsirtisd, frwntke lst«f May, i8<», till the hi of Nov. 
1!^, tiqet^ with the aBmint of fees paid or received'on snch 
Ureateo. ■• ' ■ ■ 

JKr. Tfoitr did not object to the motion, but said It was impo?- 
sible. to carry nii trade tvithoat these licenses ; independent pf 
thiit thev were perfv'ctly legal, a* thty were granted under the 
authoriiy of iw act pnsjed in the year' 1798.' With respect to 
the fees,' (he^b was not an otflce in the fcini^om where fees were 
Mot.paid I bttt in this instance I'ht public were led to believe 
they were ti'travasapt ; however, . ttistead of thiit they « en' 
extremely' tnoderate, viz. for tho Si;n Manual, 91. S*. 6<1. ; 
«tawps, IMOi.Orf.iclerk!, 3/. ; otfife-leeriiei , lOs. ; in all 14/. 4s. 
I.tuA June the Cnnimidee of Trade bad looked into the practice 
of taking these fees, and if possible to restrict them, but ihey 
found the custom so blended between One office and .inothrr, that 
they gave up the inquiry, because they could not apply u re- 

fftc motion was agreed to. 

JUr. Pov»ov»r postponed his Intenderl motiiin relative to the 
afliSUrs of (.'opcnhaKCn, from Slond.iy till Weducsd.-iy iie\t. He 
tbA moved, that there be laid before the House Copies of the 
Proclamatiims issued by his .Miyesty's Military aud Xnval rum- 
menders in the Baltic ; also a Copy of the .irlirles of the Ca- 
piltilalion of 7,eal:ind ; likewise the Substance of the liifonna- 
tiob .which bis Majfsty's .Miiii^iors liud received respect ing; the 
Danish Duck-yards, and the condilionaf the Danish ship; before, 
and after their arrival ; which, together with the Papers rela- 
tive to the Russian TMediatiou, was ordered to be laid ly.foi'e tht 
House ou Monday. 

Mr. H'hllbrettd (.lid, that nn Monday nex| he shoaU anve, 
that an Account of the .\ umber of Transports in (he Bailie Ex- 
pedition, together w ilh Ibe ?{ umber of Me«i rm'pl(iry<>d » us alto 
tlio ^' umber brought home, should be laid bcfon: (lie JJouse. 

On the motion of Jfr. Ward, the Housaresalved hsrtf into n 
Cowmiltec of .Supply, Mr. ffafton In the Chair, when thefol- 
lowiiie items \fccr« pTOuicd to his Majesty, vi». for Wages o' 
130,000 !icamcn, inH>|<lt<i|; 31,0(10 Marines, (at II, ITS. per man 

Jier month, for thirteen months) .?.!'26J>001. : for Provisions. 
!,SII,00OI ; W4iir hud Tear, &',010,OQU|. ; ()rdiiaiiceiM)l,0«Oi. 
The Report of the Coaitaittee was ordered' tq be brought iip or. 

The Report of the Offiees iw Reversion H\n Was brnoght uji 
with AmenrimiMiis, and ordered to he rend n third time aSl Mo;.- 
day aial engrob»ed. — Adjqumcd till Aionday. 

Both Houses of Parli«nv»»tJBrt onSriturday, j»r»/#rm(t, a. 
the Members of the II lufc of I'lcimnas »i«nt in Procession . 
thft {.oiils, and the Whole prceeeded to St. iviarj;Kr.t> rh:!;---! 
where-DivioB'Servict'Mas perfftrioeit l|V thr.Rlirtit Kcsrereod t.:t 
Bi Aa^ of Xonviah, it beiug tiie Aaatvertitry of ifaf Mortyrdotn 


DAY, JA«tIAIlT«6, 1808. 

Pjipmbs m nnspBCT to avsthu. 

No. I. — Xolrfmm tlie CiUtll Dn SriUHF-MBEHr. Iff Mr. Stm- 

tiiri) CaNMNG, dated London, jipril V8//i, 1807. 

His Majesty the Emperor of .Austria, King of Himgary and 
Rehemia, having resolved opon offeriBg to the priiici|>al Pow- 
ers interested in the prcsrot war, his amicable mediation, m 
order by his intervention, to bring on a negociation for peace, 
the Count do StaihcmSoig, Envoy Extraordinary and .Minister 
Ptenipolemiary, hiL< retieived orders to tmosmlt to the Miiii'-lry ' 
■if his Mrii.imiic M.-yesiy, the accompflnying Note, containi^ 
the otter of mediation which hi« Imperial mid Ki>\al Mi^jrsty 
l-as caused to be presented in the sftoje manner, awl at ihe^nie 
time, to the Cnbiiirts of Peter.biVgli and of the TImllleries, as 
well as to that of lU-rlin. In acquitting himself of this com- 
mi'sioD, the undersigned reijuests his Elicellency Mr. Canning 
will ha^ e the goodness to lav litis offer of medialiou of his Im- 
perial .Majesty before tlie King of England, and be ventures u> 
hope tlwt his Excellency will i|ot refuse l« infi>rm bim as soon 
r possible of the resolutions taken by bis Dritanuic Majesty ou 
this subject. 

The Count de Starhemherg eaibraces this opportunity to re- 
new to his Excellency the assurance of his high consideration. 

Louden, Jpril 18,' I HOT. 

("Solr rrferrrd to in So. \.) 

The Emperor Urancts II. could «o| behold without thedeepesl 
oneern; the rnptore which took place last Antumn, befwef* 
his Miijestv the Enipernr of the French, King of Italy, and bis 
M:tjest> the' K inc;_ of Prussia » and l>e Vas shortly afterwards 
stlHmoro painfully nlTecli'd, by the extension of hostilities over 
a coiaiderahle part of Europe. *If by observins; a strict and 
scrupulous impartiality frt>iii the very commencement ofthe 
war, his Imperial :iiid Royal Aposlolick Majesty, has had the 
siitisfaction to maintain his'jys'tein of neutrality in circnmslanrcs 
81 critical,, and to pres»'r»c his people from the ravages of war, 
he did not enter the less fully into llie miseries which were mul- 
tiplied around his stales ; and in his just solicitude for the tran- 
quillity .and the security of his Monarchy, ho could "not but he 
sensible to theconliniiaily renewed alari\is upon his frontiers, or 
to the fatal effects which they Inevitably produced in varions 
br.inches of his interior Administration. The Emperor, tmtfnrro- 
Iv animated withthesome dispositions, has hart no other view 
from the commencemenf,and4urin^lheco^rse of hostilities, tian 
to endeavour to bring .ibiiut a reeoncilintiou, ami to avail him- 
elf of every proper oppiirlnnitv to put an end to thecalamltes 
of wart he judged he cotild not better effect this desirable resJilt 
than by cmistanlly inprcssing the liellegereat Powers with his 
senlimenti of niod'iTMtlnn and of conciliation, and In giving hit 
whole aitc-iition towards prod'icing iu Ihcin a similar disposition. 
The reception which his first overtures to this effect have (*- 
tHiiied; appears 'to announce that the moment of so desirahlea 
reconeili.-itiouisiiotfardlna«t. In the confidence inspired by 
• 1 eonsolitnry a prospect, the geiieial welfare and the ioierestt 
nfhis own dominions call upon his Imperial Miyesty to offer t<» 
the Belleger<<Bt Powers his friendly intervetilioa ; and jo ronsf- 
jjueoceof this, he does not hesitate to makeio bis llritaiuiic }ix- 
jpslv-the offer of his medtetion, and of his good offices. 

Bill in considering bow Tery eoniplicjited and e \ tensive Ihfl 
uresenl war is Iwcoine, the Emperor would think that ••eh.i'i 
but imperfecHv expressed his fervent desire for peace, artd the 
hope ofitscomplent and »pe«lyre-estnUllshmelit, if be did ■»» 
U Ibe same time state the entire eonvletlon he feeh. that it '» 
linlv by the unittHi endettmin^ of the Powers prtllelpillly »f"- 
rcroed io tJi«> •wlir,'a«id by a negoelatiwn' in eoiomosi; which 
ihould embrace the whole of rtieit redfwrpil lnt«wt», I3"t P*'* 
.uaneut trantailHtv .tnd « sel-areatKl •solid peae* c^ be.alt«i»e«, 
I y»eace vThich fbvalS »ec«* the Allure polMtaf letaMuw of 

iCl Imperial MiVJestv, from that firm persuasio(i.>('»''icl»«''» 
fiaskneHi of his senrtmertts -K\%\ not perai* l^iw Io *»"|;2ri!; 
tDBceltes that this pariftc ovPMnee sbntiW he n»ade hy «"« i^ 
'. mmoir to thnse Cabinets wltlolr are, sm lie first i"**'*^'" 
taiea piutlnlhec»mfeTences'( ami H Is therefore wlt^wnj*' 
»i^s thfti be equally inVitCT the Cabinets Af Pf1»n*a»nh,« »*fj 
iin, and of the Thwilterlei, to adopt the ttme •^'Jr^ 
•-WS, atrfto etrter. lnti> negneintioi^ for a pence, '■"•^'iT 
•ss^ktliil trtnrtoos oPal*ttH» ]ianiei Interttted rfwaJdi"***"* * 
karactkaMe. MtnaMMd. ' 

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the Lapcror kai lh«< gcnerallv testified his wish for pence 
Jlr I. II no; ukf apna hinwflf to suggest the particalaf mode nf 
*i>(i i.iliutj, and nill loss to ;uilicii)ate the intentions' of other 
f ; '■ , o: ti> "Jeciile upon those measures which It may be 
tknvl.1 necr^sTv |)rcvliiti!.l.v to «eitlf, Iti order to determine. 
l'e;riariplejon'he preliminary overtures between the Uelii- Piinefs. 
\ r:h.-i<ss iathe Iiope that this friendly offer of his inter- 
•. '! '.;.■ Tppr-clnted in snch a manner as the rectitude of 
;.. • Mt: V rir.'i him to expect, bis Imperial Mnjesiy is 
-}■ ' f ,:r. order thai the opening Of ne'ociatious imv 
; ;i% Ms r "1-1 r>(Boc5> anv place in liis doniinitins, 
. <i. -ai Iji l.iy 'f which misUt be reciprocnily con-.e- 
:J-tT.iili, I' tt,i-'Oiisi(ler;Uion, oiipht not to be too 
f . •.re gl war : an"", in 'iris respect, as in every other 
p inl, :)«■ Iin{--.or ^^ill feet pU.-mre \n contributing to ac- 
u'*rM Uk iK riod of «(> desirtblc a meetin?, 

U^c; ApHl IS, ISOT. 

Sii.IL— .Vcto/rojit Mr Stcrrlcr], CaSsino, ta Iht Covnt Df 
STvnaEMRFar., dated JprUiblh, UJOT. 
Tie '!Bd;r.-ipi«d, his M)»ies«v"« I'riueipal SerreUiry ot State 
fcrfoffiii .\ffuirs, hn* laid liefore King his .Master, the 
.VnKdtl-vereUto Wm b> the CoBul de Starlie.niberg, Envoy Es:- 
trjoriin-iry and Mini"ler Plenipotentiary of lii< Imperial Majes- 
trth- Lnperarof Anstiia, Kini; of Uvnfgiry nml Bohemia, ii. 
vkieh Us Imperial Majesty offers himself as the Mediator of a 
Gniml fvatr. 

Tie UodersifEned hajteoeived the orders- of llir Kinf, to tfans- 
aitlmiie Count de Starhemberj! tlie imloied ^fQcial Answer to 
Ikf Xote of kis Imperial M^iet-ty . IJeiKlerine the fiilicst justice 
to the BoliHs whirli have iirtuated his Imperial >me»ty. in the 
ftsiMial of sarh a inodr of De^ncintisn, as can alnise, by cm- 
knoacthc iateresis »f all parlies, co|idn^ to the establisbroent 
•fiiolidpeaiT. and to the iicrmaHeiU ucnquility of Kurope, 
ikcKiDf^iiccepli, (to far as his Mnjesiy is concerned, the oOer 
•f kis IntMrial Majerty's mediation, sabjectooly to thecoodi- 
•i«i af aliie arcepunee of it on the part of all the ot|ier Powers 
«k<iancii);n{rd in the present war, 

bfxecmiof; tW» duly, ihe tJndersij^ned is happy to seize the 
lit>f*rtwiily afren^wiaf; to the Count dc Starhemberg the assur- 
Oaofhishigh cooiidrration. 
fttignOffiet, AprU^, ISOT. GCOROE CANXIXO. 

(OffieUl Sott, referred to in No. 11.) 
nil Majesty thr Kisgof the United Kintfdom of Orent Britain 
«i tirland, iins received, with a just senije ot tl»e eonsidtralion 
»!»fk is di^ io every conjmHuiratiim from his Imperial Majestv 
*f«peror of Aosl'rja, K'tng of I|uns.-ir^ and Bohemia, and of 
^antive" by wlii<;h, «n this oecasinu, hti Imperial Majesty ha< 
^actsaled, ll|o<ifl'er of his luipc[ial .M<\)esty to hccoio'i' the 
iiffaior of a (ieiierai I'eace. 

fte King, who has tiiver censed to consider a jecnre and 
inMe Peace as the only obj^cct of the wair ip which his Maje?- 
It ixspi^rrd, and who hiis never refused tii listen to any susjres- 
i»i»kich .'ippearcd liltelv to conduce to the attainiaont of that 
"kjert, ouuut he»ilute to declare His entiyf cOncMrrcnce in the 
•jiiiMa cs presaed bv the Emperor and Kiiif , tbnt a Poaee of 
xck a dneription is only to beadBHied through Neeociiilion<, 
*Mi (haU be cmoiimm) to all the Pow«n pf iaciBally engoged 

To wch negociations, wlienever the consent of the other 
^wen inlrresteil io Ihein shall be obtained, the Kin^ will n-il- 
''•dt accede ; and his Mairtiy wHI loose no tiftc in coininunt> 
ijiii^ with such of tho«e Powers ns are connected with hi;n by 
tw linris of amity and ctMiiMentinI intereoai^ Fnf the purpose 
"'^'•erttainiiiji; thf ir »iew « ; and if those views shall be favour- 
>Me la his Imperial Majesty's proposal, of concerting with them 
t^ audr in which such negotiations, should lie oppiwd, and <ti 

No. HI.— .Vefo f.-i>« »« P«"« ne S«».«*xinjrat«r.<r. Jfia. 
StttetatyCA\r»JHh,4ated l^onriabv'M, \^0^., ., .. • , 
I.ajvttn, iV<u.-. SO, VUO. ■ i 
The Undersigned has tUe hmioar to inlottn hii Kxedleaey Mr. 
fanning. Secretary of State for the Department of Foteigajkll- 
fain, that he has received po»itt»c order* -from W» Court, t*.. • 
make to the British Minisirv tliwmoW earnest represeatttlom gn< 
ihe importance of putting an end to the stf^gie which rtfll ea- 
isis between England and Eranee ; niuJ the nliieh oMgr : 
produce to the rest of Europe the mostfatal coHieqwnces. Hw _ 
Mirjesty the Emperor nnd King, animated b» n cantai.t disint 
IO) effect the i-estoration of r»pote and traiM)aiUit?, dors not bo- • 
sitale to request offieially nnd earnestly Jiis Britanmt; Msjn,tvta 
lectare his iotentiolH on" this point jn eviocing to him bis dlsp»> 
s-iiiou to enter liilo a negoeiaiion for a maritime pcaeeupnna 
basis suitable to fhe reeiproial interestj of the Powers vT» 
inav take a part in it. — The; laljinct of St. James has eiiplaig. . 
ed ;:self too often respecting its desire for the reresiablishmei.t 
jf peace, for the lindorsi;;ncd oat to flallerhim-^fthat be .sKall 
11. A obtain the formal assurance wished for by l:i- Coarf, wMeb 
.»i!l completely prove to oil the nations of Europe the sincerlisr 
of Ihe pacific views i.f Enjlaiid. The Undersisn-d avails liiin> 
.«elf of this ncca«iou to reqiieft his Excellency, the Secretary of ■ 
State, t<» accept the offer of his high consideration. 


No. IT.— .Voie from 3Tr, Htcrelar^ CATtStSC 19 »*« Priuct 
Pi; SiABiiEnBEun, (!u'.-iV .V<>t)rir.4(!>-5i.'>, I8C7. 
Thb Undersigned, his Maje^u's Principal Sen trtary of State " 
for Foreign Affairs, has liid befoic the King hii Ma/ter the 
offitial nol2 presented by Prince de Starlicmbcrg, Eavoy ijx- 
traordinary nnd .Miiii-ter Plouipctentiary of his lu;periai Ma- . 
jesty the Emperor of Austria, in which th.' Prince de Starhein-. 
berg expresses, by order of his Court, the earaosl desire of hi> 
Imperial Wajeftv for the termiiialion of the pres-nt contett 
betweenOreat Bntainand France, aiid rcr;uir's a sisrereaud 
formal deelaratiou of Hit Majesty's scaiimenls ujioii that 

•dbjects. ' . • '• , J , J f 1- 

His Majesty having repeatedly. and recently declared bis dis- 
position and dcnire to enter iuui iiegociatiou for a peace <m se- 
cure and bonoarabte terms, aud this dc< liaving bee«. 
made in the most regular and aulheutic manner to the A».«lriau 
Moverami'nt, in the answer wjiich the uudersigiied was coai- 
m inded to return Io the official o|Vcr by the Priiee de .starhem- 
l>er« ( in tite. month of April lii.»t) of his Imperial .Majesty's Me- 
diation; and in that which his .Ma,iesty has since directed to be 
returaed to a similar offer on the patt of the Empcriir of Russia, 
and which haibeen coaunipiicalcd to the Cojiit of y.ienn.i; W» 
Majesty canaot n-eeive » ithout surprise an applicatiiin for a re- 
irwal of tlie dcrlaraiipn of senlimeBls of which ibe puhrt of 
Vienna hii& been so. loag and so formally in p(ik>ei.<i.Mi. 

H»s Majesty will iial believe that any farther de< l.ii;;tioij can . 
be necessary fur the purpose of pruvii«? to 1 he nalinas of l.uiope 
n siatvrity which Ibe BatmnsoC Europe canuot question. Bert 
ia compliance wilb ihc wishes of a fciendly Power, expressed , 
witiis<i much canicstness and iiuxieiy- U's M.iicst> is, never- ^ 
thelesH. willing to repeat ouce more the assurance, already ,o 
often rcpcAlr^, that his Majesty is now, »« he has at iill times . 
been, prepared to enter inti'i argpcialioii for the rmiclu.<.i.>n of 
such apeae^ as »b.ill settle on equal terms the rc-peclive ii.ier- 
(^ts of the Powers engaged in the war, as aliall be cooMsient , 
with His Niajesty's Hdclily,l» bisAUirt. nnd .-^hall provide t«r 
the iraaquillity «id >iwi4ri^.v of Europe. -The Under-igued hat 
the haaouf tt> i«(»iest,th^ Prince dc aiathewbcig to accept the 
aesoraiMes of hie, lugl^,ci>(ifi'Wr4.tiou- 
Foreig«.OfimyJi,f.m,l,^.. OEORQE CANNING. 

__^ _ ^ No. v.- 

in which such negoiintioos. should lie opened, and a( 

Witk mpaet iaHn plare triricb sbouM lie sekcted as tbe«eat 
*'Matgotit|tiMn, M« M«esty would not oljjcct to any place 
**^ ia MUittva to the hidii^Muble ifaolificiition, pnoposell 
fiMHlMrofMtfaMtciol Miycsty, of being wlhcirtiilly Kdrate 
P*y f W imiHij Wiiieiltib or.tba'eweaia of tlie war, ihtuU 
'y*tf*^»< fc i 4ii^ '«Dlll» Matetty, in aneqaal d^jrec wtlh.»!V 
y****r 1^ »w<r> caataww*, the oppoWwnityof a pro«ipt«i)d 
■••"UIWH dMniMitUaUqa <ritk tb« 'MeiBpaientiaiies .wli» 
Htklbc appoui<^U fcvresoMbU Majnty itiika Coagnesv 

^riMV^gfrUf^cimi . ";§t«%^ CANNING, 

Sole frtmtlu -Ptlnuk Hk «T.snBtVB81ic fo Mr., 

J,nndnv,Jm\. 1, ISW?. 

iianrtoto^ ' 

^______^^^ _^__ _ oreignDe* 

actiiientTthat,'i« consequent* of the pacific dhpichion* of W« 
Brltartdtc Majoty, aiinonnced in the answer tetitmed on th«S!M. 
of November last, to his ofBrial Noie-«f tlie fJOth of thenmfe 
nmnth, he is chnr«c4 to pToposf to the Kn«lnh Mini»»nr«» «•«« ' 
iirimrdiately Plenipirtetifiaries to Pari* for the |ti»rp»»« m «»«»i- • 
ill- for tlMs establishment of ^eaca bejweett all Ik* Power* W • 
present at war with Enghmd. This t»tp«cit arid ftmiik roviOf- 
tiou must fumisli a froat of the good feiih .ind of thealocn* • 
iptentlon of J-'mucc to pot an end to ttie enlsmrttte* of Wur* MM 
IJfs ii»n>erial Maji-s^ ctmstJBto if lf» e«i|ert«tw> b« tbe l«l«»*' 


JA?^. 3/, 

4iarir of a reuilt so detirablr. I( i* kopH, Ih^t the Cotort of 
f<noq^ IfUl not l;e(itate to Tvcocqite oti tl|i( ocrarion thu im- 
vottmoe of t1i^|}r»powI iftilrh iimadetoiV, .a|Mi that it «HI 
^ 4^IM>l«d (q ef «(! a fmh aroof of that ^\tf which it has so 
|>ft«ai ^pvienpd, tp imt{)(e rrpoK to (li« (pst of Karopr, bj 
{■■■>i"K ^Qri)tt<>(« to tic cntmted iri|h th^ important intermt 
(q be dispitMd. To avoid every tnep^ef of delar, the undcr- 
(ined i« authorised hy Fmnce to giVe Mniports ta*tlie Mioislen 
VlkOBIthf Cabinet of St. Jamei i(|!}y appoint for that purpo^r. 
The mo^ ip which thejc pmtpcft are tubmiticd tn the Court 
pf |>opdon^and |hc >nrast;rcs which are l^kcn towards n>i.lizin^ 
(h« execntion of^em with tbp least poftible dclav, itillcf- 
tectually d«-nvonstrale the spirit of Fn^ciliatiiio bv I'vhich they 
are dictntrd. 'J lie t'ndersi);iied a^ail; himirlf of ihis opporlu- 
pity to wnew td liis Kxcrll«uipy tlje Sctrftary wf State Ike cx- 
ures6ions ol' hi» liifch cqn.iidrrntioii. 


■Ka. y\.—Stitf from Mr. Secrttary CvryMNc to tht Prlv,rf De 
ST.iHnrMREIli;. 4aledJan. 8, 1808. 
TbeUpdcrj^sncd. Illj Mijfst.v'» rriiicipal SwvFtnty of Slntr 
fot Foreign Ali'air;, has li)(d \\e(me thcKig^ his Ma;ter, thr 
>iotc delivered to bim on the 2<^of tliis month liy ll»e Prinre di- 
Stiirhen\^|:f:^. Fpvoy;nord)nury mid MiiiiJer rieiiipolrn- 
fiaryof hi$ Sla jot .\ ttic|iecar pj Austria 



»talins him- 

.sey tp i\c ciiar^ydtu pro)y>|e to (hf British Onveriimeot iheiin 
jnediate seifdiuj; ijf PleiiipoteiitiuVict In Pnri.i, the Priuee de 

St.;;rheinl)rrj; h{.:^ rn-ittcd ti> r\p! frnn whom he has rereivnl 
}lmt ronimifsion, Hhctlicr from liis linficrial blaster or from 
{he Government of Irame. 

If thf Prlnrc dr S.tiirlicmbers has, in tliif instnnee. aeted 
Vijiier the sperifir aiid iminecliate ordor< of his Poort, and if the 
yroposal to irif Majfity tn send pienipoteiiliaries to Paris is to 
pr consiiifj-ed .is oripiiiaiin!: at'Vieiiiia, tlir Undersigned is rom- 
pianded to riiirrss Ills %l:ijc5ty'>'cnm'rni that sn little n-frti'iier 
fhnuVl appenr 111 have lieel^ had, in ftamlnr the propoval now 
^>^t■rcd for His ^Iafesfy^ mnsiileraliof, l:> the eorrespondenee 
whifh Uas already i.-iken iilare hftwccii tire Courts of (^ndoti 
and Vicnn.n, upon thv suhjei-t of a nejnriatioil for IVaee. 

After so Innpr a)i iii^rval ha« liecn -nlVriril to eta'pse ^ilIee the 
acrejit.^nfr hy hi-- M.ijeMy, in'XprH last, of the offer of his Im- 
pei;iiU Majcfty's meiliatioii, hi; M.niesty r(iul<^ juirdlv bnve ex- 
pect(^ ^liat the same oder should now be rcpenteil (if 'indeed the 
frincf dp ^.tarheuihiT^'s Note is tn Uc ronjtriied as a repeti- 
tion of it) »\ithi\ut any niiliticatioti of the acreptnnee of those 
f onditioiis which were at that time stated by bis Majesfv, to be 
jiid,i4j)e;isalile prelimiiiavies to the. opcuiiif: of a iieyiiriation. 
And; ^;t\ilt the \nte of llie Ijnt^i-isisned of iheSSd ofNoreinlier 
Vm i^, ^•^tcd by the Bri^re ii; S^rhtiubev^' \% the fanndntion of 
^he present prnpnsalj liis Mnje'^y observes with surprise, that 
<his ^ro^/isiil nevertheless cxteni^s oi,;l\ to. tile Ppwers eombined 
^Ith Fr.infe in th.- way npiipst (ire.n l!rlt«in, ^fA not to the 
AUic; of Great Brijtniii in the war with J falieel 

^f, op the other hanil, the ('oiirt of Vii'iimis no)Othprnise 
fonrmie'd In the step w liieh the ['rinre de StarhemberfT lins f 
\alsen, \bjaaj ns having -enerally anthorjsed that Minister to rc- 
?eiye' aT>(\ tv, co;iyey to the British fiovemnjelit whatever eom- 
puijitaiinns tlif, Gy.vetnmenl'of J'ranre piijht think (it to intrust 
^oliim. t,l\c.t^n(li-r«iKiied is toiDmarule<I, ip th.-rf ea«e,'to tcmarlito 
thr.Prlijrcde Starhembfrg, 'iV't nlthou'htl^ eharaetei; whieh 
the ytfinee dr Stiirlteniliere hfilds fi;o;ii the Cfturt of Vienna, and 
^h'_-. t;9jtnialiiies by which lie is arerertitcil to liis Majesty, entitle 
frini ^OjiTjumi-diate and iniplici i ronfnlenrc in every exercise of his 
diplommiernncliniis, in the name ,';^ikI nu tkt: behjilfof' h^ Imppriat 
-Vaster; y^t, that \J^lieii he prnt'essps to s|ieak ■« tlie name of 
a.not her Power, theslatemcut ol»ouie pi; anfhortty, a^d the 
iirodoetioa af some specifle amiMrtbentieated document, could 
alapt jui^tify the Court ^o w^ich be addrenn himieV^ iiv found- 
V« a publico and i;a^,oi;t^ xttifasitfu. v^wwwiplva comnionica- 

f r»m the tt^iou of tt^ Prkiee if S^dwmbacK*i Atrfe V a|f 
Beaiii, that the Note of the Vnoentgnni or the S-ld of Npyein- 
Xftf, lias4)eeo eoauni^ic^ted ta. thr (nvcfmnent oj France. . The 
(flircrtppant af FnUKC i!.thf^ore ia ponessiou ojf a solemn and 
•iitk(M)« pMge of the p)U-VW'dup*>>lu)iif of his Majesty, ft 
^mntliie k pledfe Mna^y lolemn an<«utheiiiic of the feci- 
sfteat difpmMoB of francc if reasoaahiy'.to be expected by 
&i« !*itjr««y, befow h\^ M^17 ^Ut be caiij^^ ijnpft \p mi\^e.aiyi 

tif. pfopoaal to h^; Majesty to send. HeKi>^iatDn Ut. Vaih, un.- 
•m)«^^^4 u it >*i ^i/>> >ny ostemible aud upe«iiji,TOFal return \ 
ontar Jlptt- (tt Smut tot the Deelaratioix §^lrrady made in his 
M>J«lty'imia)C(Ulo.farfrombcig|capr«otorany lufhreciprn- 
(al dispositioa. ttiat ti eu 6e conttrued no otherwise iy bis Mi- I 

j«sty than as implyiog an unjustifiable doubt of the sincerity of 
his M^csty's professions, jifor is the want of sttrh formal »"- 
ihoritv .ind of supb reciprocal nssurauee, tt|e only, or the most 
n)atartat defect io tl^e Priu»r« do Star|;rnihe(g's cautmunir:.- 

His Migrsty is called upon to send I'lenipnlenllcvies to Paris 
to Degocinte lor |i|.'ace, without the 6li;;luest iutimation hein; 
given to his Mi^i^ty on the lia'-is on ubiili it is pmposed Hint 
such nej^oeiatiou should be founded. If it rnnid ever have beru 
matter of doutit whether the preyiois settlement of a basis n( 
ueKociation ner$: r;eressary to the hope qf its sorfiessfaV lerini- 
luition, the experitM'C vf the (^st nefociaiiou 'vrilh Franco 
would have pi^rejl that Qnfi-tinn beyond controversy. The ex- 
perience of the i^)st negncifitipa lias farther drme^istmlrd the 
disad\untag; aijd Inrqnveniency of a i)eg«i-iatiun condaclcdat 

His Majesty is wi(ling tn li^nt Tiith Fratjrr s but he nill 
tn-al only on a funliiif; of perfect equality. Uc i» trady to tre.-«; 
viilli the allies of France; l'«l the negoclation must equally em^ 
brace the (iUefe>ts of tli; iillie« of Great Britain. As suim a; 
the basis nf iieKociatio'n tliall have b.een silisfaetorily aseer- 
laiiied, qnd an uiiexeepliorable pliice nf iiefi^elotioa njn-ed 
upon, his M.Yiesty will l)e prepared to name Btrospotrntiarie) 
to meet those of tltp other po^fer* en»a»ed in tlio unr ; but hu 
Majesty nil] itqt ugaip cou>ept to send hli Meiifpc;*««»iarie3 to a 
hostile c.apitul. 

But while his Majesty has pwmltteil the ITnd»rsrgoed to sH-. 
dress this frank and <iiieq<tivn^l erpnsjiioii nf his Mrtfesiv's sen- 
timents to the .Mini'ier nf the- i'.mperor nf Austria,- tbeUndrr- 
si<!ned js at t|i(t samo time. clinr;.ed in flale Atstioetly to lli« 
Prin( c df Starhenijier-r, that, pM hnvinc reefiveil a»y niitlietitlo 
proof of the IVlueede SI;irhenity'r)c'sevBuniss(nn «•' eoirr ii.»o 
any expl.'^nations in the lutiue of the Frenelr (iovraiimenl, or n\ 
afl'ord .-.ny assiir^ncet b.y titiieh lhntfi"i)v«rimi,firt r ooW he ImmiimI', 
his Maie.-ty has iioi diri-fled the I'nderiiipied to pivr any niitbo- 
rity lathe Prinro de Ktarkeiober^ tospeak in tha hame of bii 
Majesty to ^he Government of Kr.riice.. 

The Viiilrrsifpied had the hnmior to rrtiaesl tli«> IVin'^ do 
Starhemhirr; to aetv|il the assul-^iis'pt ot^'hishlj^h enioideratioii. 
^.SyjiicdV .OSPEG-^; <\\N.M.N(;, 

Ferciffii OJ^r, .Tav, 8, Ispd. 

No. VII. — Vo/e ffomthe Pfimt 'IXk UT*Hi>(:'noo<^ '• 'W, 
■ .Serm/ory GxNM.vr., d«/ed Jbovilow, 7nii. Villi, IHQH. — He- ' 

ctii'cdlhf l.iM. 

f.nnili>n, .run ti, }9fi».. 

The T>iid»;r(.iK;i(al Ivi.Mhc lionrkur to inform hi* r.vcclleii#.y lli# 
Secretary of !^ta;c l«r the Foreign I)o£).i|rt;neaI, tli.nt in nm-e-. 
quenre of orders from his Courts the presir.t ci'rrumsfaii. es 
oblige hin'i tp demand pakspnrts fur liimst If ami all the iodiv i- 
duals of the Austrian .^^i^Slon at London. The Untie rsigiie^ 
purposes Ift piakc ii.sf. of them as son;ii as l\e. shall have Vereivnl 
from the Vtench fioveniment t^e p.issiio^Js which It.o deniaud<-^ 
by the Meyciiger whom lif d"-palched'y<,it<!rday. The IJiider- 
;ipied requests his F.xccllem-. to acee^tt the a-suram-es of his 
^igl) cpp.9i^e;^lion. (Sij;ned> 

hPV\!f P«INCn DK S.T-VJ>HF.M5r.KG. 

JTo. V-m. — trtter from Mr. Sterttr'y e.tKKlxr. Io th'. 
B^inre dtHTAHnyyivtinv,, dnitd .fanuerii ISlh^ 1808. 

JMr'S" »M'f'\ ''O"- IS. !»<*• 
• Rir,-^navinK received viA((>.riunlioH that Mr. Adair has ae-. 
tuallyquilied Vienna, ia c-ou^quenrc of anl^liinatinn from the 
Aiict'riauGoYern"^eut i I have the honour of crquestiiig that }ou 
will have tbeKoouiieis toacqiviint uie vvluit !,> ihclak'stdale, at 
which yoKi, have reajion to l\(\\cv<: thai Mr.. Adai,) was still at 
Vifona. 1 have, &r. 

Nfli., IX.— yolfe /e»m «« Prtnce I)ie STAlinchSEnr. '«» .Vr. 
^tfr«{ary Ca^Mik^ 4af«4.{<vii^>»4 Jaa./13, \(0S. 

i-midim, ^-9$. \%, |SOS> ' 
Inamwer to, the N«te s^hioiv tlu VodeiMgar^ b^tijust c(- 
celrrd tVtpn hit KxoeHeocy tbc SonccKvy otMMe, Iw hx «lr . 
hnnnar to iafona his Ivioellency, that tli(t Vtf».M»INiKh(* wkicb 
he has Tecei»ed from hi* Court, weje. of %\>t,9mn of Oft«h«». 
and (bat no mentiaa wa* naadf. io ii^isK «)f.lltr.d« ^''-' 
Adair. The Undersigaed requests Ij^ Exccljiencjht^.aeoept t**^- 
assurance of bit high rnnsideratimi. . ^Sifaedi^ ., . <. < 

- •- Hi001«-J*ilINt>E'b*6tA»»EMBCIW»- 



^nt jfAtiokAL REGISTER. 


11.Y I III it I- 




S(.X.— >'•'• A*" '''• Starttary CAKniHo to tkt Prina De 
StAKBSJUSao, <<«(«< Jan. i3, 1808. . 

Fiirein Ofiae, Jan. 13, 180$. 
Tke UWmijTied, HU Mi^idty't Principal iecrcUry of Statr 
hr F«c)|a AAift, has the bdnour to ioclou to .th« prince 4a 
S«ikMkci{, Envoy Eztnahtinary. and MiaUtcr t>lrai|intcn- 
liurfiraa bit M^jnty the Emperor of Austria, thr paaspurts 
«ti(t W hit drimiailrd for himtriTand for the Auitrian Mistion 
9tiki«C«vt; feartof it at the tame time in caiamond from thr 
KiatUiMstrr, locxprea* hi> Majetty's deep recrei, thht the 
mriBMiiicM of (be tiaie, ami the Orden of hit Cnurt, tbuifld 
btr iHfoird on the Prlacede Slarhemberj the necessity of de- 
nWiBf them. The L'ndcni(iied requests the Priner dc Star- 
tcatn; to accept the aMttraoces of bis highest comidenMhin. 


' llOC!iF.» OP fARI. IAMCXT. 

KiL— ?r«*« fr*m General Bonntmc, fo hts Kxcellenea turd 
GliiiviLi.i: LF.vnso^f (iOWGB, iattd Junn , 18(1?. 

VjlrMd,— Accept my brst thank* for the promplitudc with 
«M;m had the goodorHlo transmit to me, the diifMUche* 
-tH I bare receii«dt together, with your HxtetltUfy s l<4ter 

tW.llUtaad 8Sd iaataat. . The reports Hbirh voiur U«adiifci{) 
■nti«i«ie«ell fi>uaded. , Ob the Uth and iiu iuMisit uu ur- 
■iilirewu eaaciudei,.«fairh vai yesterday ratified b> Uoth 
fvlia. The two aroiie* leatain nearly io toe snme po.-iliune, 
udbtitUities will .poi rece«>meiice natii a month after the de- 
>aeiitiMefthe amirtice.. Sensible that it is of the vloiast 
■•panave to yda to trawmit this iolelUcmre as speedily as 
raoiMe to Toqr Court, I lose not aa instant la redispatckiog 
<W Meam(er whoa y oar Excellency has srot to me. 

U Rspcct, ny Lorid, to the irtterview which you renorst of 
M, II Kould gire ide kr^at pleasore to comply niib \aar 
•iitK, ifit were passible for me to forttee at what place the 
lapoar will stay even for a iipw days ; but as we lU'e «iill upon 
wr joiniry, I must Wait for the first opportUDity of takio); Itis 
lafrtitl Maje<ly's luminan.-ls, in order to invite you to rejoin 
at, abttc 1 may then be. — I have the honiiur tn b«, Ar. , 


^•.11.— .V«fr/r<ins M' ErtttUneif Lor4GKAiiyi%hLi: l.nvUoN 
f<*«u, tp Otmeral BoitaEBG, dated Mtmtl, I0-8H Jmtc, 

<«inal,— I have to aeiUMwIrdfe the iereirt of the intelli- 
rmtl^te amiitiew srhieh was tiined on the tUt nf thi< 
*<it,aid althoogh I implicitly rontide in your Kxrellriicv's 
■blBrs, I raaaot paia or'er ia siMire the plvtf ect of A solid 
s' pmnaaant featt, whirb^ from the tenor of yonr public 
'^onii ibe Coteiaoi' of Rign, yoor Kxcelleacy appears to be> 
linran be thefrsillt of that raRisare. 

Tbe iMprocai enrngeioenls betwred the Ooorts of LondSsn 

adStMmbnrgl, the known prinriples Hhd firmness of bit 

Iof^)'\)ajt.siy, the verh:ila<suranre« of the Kmperor whirh 

I wtjtit transmitted (d the King my ibnster, were so mahy 

|W(B, that (t i< not notr a qdWiirtn'^tteeordlitg to pabllr rn- 

■Hr)t» Mtoriate ftira jrjKtnite peaiphi fcut for d genefal one ; 

'^ dbairrer itagbts t mr.y have t-niertalard «n this subject, 

7** Etffilcocv'll M4er to (leneral Haxhovdcii ha' completely 

'••esiray. The jast and rnUghtetied mamthr in #bich jour 

EwrtlcKy views the sitaatlbn of Kofope, Convince* ine that 

)**r<«l('aatPX|l«(9^ peace would bf. either' ^rth lif'laMiitg, 

****** Dot include every Po*er at war,, and which' was -not 

'^■W ipoB dn »<)faitBhie''bjAis.'. "My Court will \>e ready~4o 

""nr ii Dfgoclatioas so formed, since it made war fbr the sole 

^•««f obbiialag a •ecure aBd peroiaiieat pearr. Bot ymtr 

"«Hlnity will, aeiprthelens, permit ne Ut express all that re- 

l|^IA«l,atb«^ailaMetdmlih«lMinwbto my (lovemetU the 

^<^«p«« whirh 11 ii.|kroposedtogrand4aegnciatians. At the 

*<^Hth orgpeiatjoti 'is, vwi^riog «b with theenenty^ ic is 

"•tWNthkl that unlimited etrntidence kboold subsist hettreeu 

*^W« Poaterti UH»ttk>r>>«i|>i« ■■''^ that tfie Caitrt of 

■fmsu ku ever acted, and U woold be ooperfluooa to tttall to 

WtlMttkkcy tilt' e au ir i i i t<«ifi4 by thi BVitiib Miaittrr 

■"mr i* tomataaicale tn the RoHfaw AmhnMadot (be whW 

*"» t^i Ht m im.* «t«tf thfc fto«4i .CiMrc^meiit . I «alt 

*^)anti«i(%yeair F.iireUeiKy's summon to r^ir to hit Mm- 

f**r> B«tkh« tttiiMrdfH igfeMO pMlrcikM lb KFpeat 

?!"*•■ (ha astnnuien of the esteem; and high . roiiN4e*tii4Al 

•" ♦«* t llnrit the h<m^ to be; Yott Eaeelledey's, ^e.., 

O. t. OOWLK. 

Ho. III. — .Voff/rom General HrnBrRr;. (0 hh F.xrellencii t^i 

. Sir, ..|nd Amba'Saddr, — I have received the teller which J-oHF 
Excellency did lac the honour of addressing to me yesterdd^ j 
and, hn>inp; 'nid, it before the Eniperor, liiv nttS^Hsl Master, 1 
hasten to tranfmit vou the answer which his Imperial Miljestjr 
has cominanded me to return to it. . ■..■.... 

. The firmness and perjeviTdnr,! with which his Afnjeyjy dnring 
eiicht^months'nialnt.'uned and d-.-fended n c.iuse which lie hud reft". , 
sort 10 suppose common to ajl Soverfip.-!!", are the tuiwl ciTt.lid 
(iledzes of the intentions which animated hiiii, as Well iis of the 
loyalty and purity of his principles. Kever wdilld lii» iiii|icrial 
Majesty have thought of devinling frniii that sysii-in, ivhii'b lie 
h-ts hitherto jidrsued, if he had been supported by a real U!>!sV- 
ance on the part of hU allies. 

But having, (Viim the sepnption of \Mstri.'\ and of rri^I;iiiil; 
found himself reduced to hi« own fiirec.<, having to comhiit \Vith 
the forces of Krdocc united to the imniens,.- means of wliicfi Wf 
has the disposal, and in the critical po^llionnt which affairs hM 
arrived, his Miyrsiy was aulhorlncd in btlleviii;:, ihalby'cdn- 
tiauing to facriflre himself for, others; he would ultiniritely Jr.cnf 
a risk of comprising (he safety of his oviii empirej. wiiboill 
beiug enabled to hope that he mightever fullil the orijiiaal nlijccl 
of this war. . , , 

. The condort wbicb your Government hns held diirlnj tVie 
latter limes, is moreover of a jmture ;'»mplete1v tn jusiify th'e 
delerniinalion nluch the Emperor has n<iiv Idltnl. ,.i lie divir- , 
»iou on the Cootiueiil, w hicb ICdglnm! ha* so tong s>in're pi'»iiii>ed; 
has not to this day taken place : an<^, if rvr:l, according Id^he 
latest advices from London; it would n|i[)car lh:i( the iiritisH 
Ministry has at length decided on ordering the departure 'of 
10,(X)0 men to Pomcraiiia, that succoilr i. iii no wise prnjivirtii'm- 
»d, tilSer lo the hi^es w Uirh we were authorised in 'ew'ertaih- 
ing, or lo the importniK\r nf the object to whkh these troops 
were intended, to be destined. _ , .. 

, The peconlarysuecortrs which Enptautl coiistnntly afforded tiri 
the Powers of the ('oniiuem ut war w iih Frn^rr, mi^'ht ia^rtmr 
degree itave suppliini tile ,wajii nf ^'lv;li^:l Irnops. Nut only dbt 
the British (tdvt>mment derllne facilllaiing the loan whici) the 
Imperial Court had inicvded 10 negncinie lU. Luiidon : hot -iiWeA ■ 
it at length decided on otFeriiig (nine puhsldv to Ibe Cdntiueut.M 
Powers, it ap|tcarrd that the sum destine<l fc.r this pnr|>ote; «d 
far fiuni mciMlng the esigeiicies of the Allies, would uotevrd 
have covered the indispensable exprncos of Prxkifia. .. . ., 

In tine, the use whirh has been niiide of ilif lirilish forces in (he 
Mediterranrnn has not been more, eomformable than the rest td 
the unity aad the eonnerllnu w ith which it w as iiuli^pensable to 
act in the operations of it u'sia and EngKiiid. In licv of Aliettitit- . 
ing an exprdillon on the C'ontineat of lialy; wiili a view of tri 
cunqurriog the. . kingdom of Naples; or else inlirii of anitii'ie 
these forcci to those of Russia which were il'-sigiiWl iii iconiT<I 
llio Porte to a reasonable peace, one part of I'.e Kngl.isli troop> 
Ualiooed in Sicily dircctcil iheir c»ursi> towtinls aueiitin'ly dif- 
ferent destiva^ina, which the llrltisli (iovemment had nnt'evcA 
Judged proper to comniunimie tn the ('(lurt of Uiissia. ItUt 
point Dot to he coutosled, that, by.rollowiu'.; one m' the other ojf 
Ihe courses which i hnvejust cited, llio Jji^IiVh troops., in 'the. 
.Medilerraueaii would have liivn of an iiiliuliely grenter Utili'tv t'd . 
I he roumon cause, bv rompelliug the enemy lo divide bis fomfs; 
nliU'h would tuve eimliled KiisVia to luivet^em her inaiii ariiiy 
InD.'c reinforcements, whirh she w.n« under the nece'sitj' 'of eib- 
plojiagon the Danube, to support her army de*l,»ned to tnifee- 
hedd against the 'lurkinb forces which might be collected in thai 
qiiai tcr. .... 

J''roin thisstaieineat, I am wiljiijg to believe tlint yoit^r Ex- 
'cejlenr'y nil! be prrt'iudt'd, that in such a cinijuurtarev it ionlj^ 
irtniaiiird for the- ivmperor uiy Mutter to, look to tUr glory ,aa4 
ito'.ttjir security of his empire, and that if the pr'e'seid cri:'Jsdoe* 
tiot pryJiTcc every result which iriglit '.»• CKjiected.if ithePdiWui 
-ei^iMlty interested had displayed vigour in the snaty. ^HmoMlud 
ainliey hiive exhibited laidlncss and irresoiulinn in all ibeift 
|opera(iou.s, no blanu- ran on this account be iii(.tc!trd to Rastla; , 
Kut, at the same tiiiic; tUe IviiiiHTur my Muster i^'ers his Mir-> 
diation to his Britannic Uajesiy (o niike pe.ico wltbl ftakier; 
liaviiif flic ceitiiinly dial i| will be acfejit'e.) by lite litltcri 
Power, t have the honour lo be u itii hig'i c.oiitidetratiOn, r 

•Sir, Your ExcelletKv's most ab«diei|t bilnible Servant; , 

(Sicm-d) A Dli BUDKEKCm ' 

TiUU, JiniclS-30, liiO',. ,- 

Xo. tV.— Va/c/rOBiM. Al.opr.ll^f(» Atr. ffrreturv CttisitMa-,- 

. The Undersigoed; Minister Plertipotenti.-iry from his Majesii 
the Emperdr of bU the Uttlti^ tu hii Britatiuic .M^esty Jji 




JAN. 31. 



ee^rrt th« ordnt of hit the British Ministry. 
ti»taTrect7«f Peare^ras coaelodrd at Tibit oo the 2d(b 
Juof— 7th J«ly, hetwwu Ronia and I'raucr. 

Hi» Imperial Majesty of alt the Rutsiat, having, on this or- 
fation, prapo'rfl his mediation, for the purpnse of no^nciatitiK 
and coorluding likewise a trpjily ofprare between Kngland and 
France, aiKl thcEniperor Xapoleon baviog.hy (he ISth Article 
flfthe afore-mentioned treaty of peafe, accepted that media- 
tion, the object of the present" note is to ofl'er it in lite manner 
to his Maj'sijr the Kins of (Jreat liriiain. 

Lung siucc arquainled ivilti the pacific sentiment? of hi? Bri- 
(ai>Dit Alajetty, tbejvinperor of .ill tlie Rusiias flatters liimself 
the more, that he will embrace thii opportunity of re«(orinp 
peace to all nations, and pf iii^nrin:; repose to t'le present :;eMe- 
ration ; since that, in main conversations which his Imperial 
Mi^e«ty has held with the I'mpcror of the IVich, he has had 
reason to be convinced, that he is sincerclv dciirous <ff the re- 
ettabliihment of a maritime peace, upon equitable and lionour- 
able principles. 
_ The Emperor of all tlie Rufsias not only offers his inlerpo'i- 
tion for the attachment of so deiira))le a result ; l)ut tie « ould 
even be rr.idy to promise the sKiiport of all the fonei of bis 
empire, for insurini; the perforaiaiice of all the stipulations of 
peace, when once it shall have taken place hetivecn England 
and Fr.ince. Uy thTs guarantee, hb Britannic Majesty Mill 
obtain that which he has ever appeared to desire, and ma) 
without distrust follow the bent of bis humane and pacitic sen- 

The Undersigned, ::1 r.-qiostin^Mr. Canning, Principal Secre- 
tary of Slate for Foreign .Mfairs, to apprize him as soon as 
pouible'of the dciermin.a'tioo which the Cabinet of St. James"« 
ma) judge expedient to take inconsequence of this offer of me- 
diation on the part of his august master, avails himself of the 
oyporlnhity of renewing to his Kxeellencj the assurances of hi» 
faighesl consideration. (Signed) Jl. ALOPJJUS. 

Laadon, 20/4 July,-lstJug. 1807. 

A*o. r. — Sort from Mr. Secrglari/ Canmng'o M. Alopecs, 
dalal 5//( August, ItjOT. 

The Undersigned, His Britannic MaiMtr'sSecrrtlirj' of State 
for Foreign Afl'airs, has lost no time ia laying before the Kin? 
bis 5l:istrr, «be official Xoie presented to 'him by M. Alopeus. 
Minister Plenipotentiary to his Majesty the Emperor of all the 
Hus&ia*; in which M. .\lopeus, by order of hisTourf, notifies 
ta the British Government the conclusion nt Tilsit, on the 95th 
June-Tth July, of a Treaty of Peace between Riirtsia and 
France, and aimounces at the same time, the offer of the m<'- 
diation of his Imperial .Majesty, for the ('nmlmion of a treaty 
of peace between (ireat Britain and France, and the acceptance 
of'tiMI ofbr by the French Govonimeitt. 

The IJndCr»i£ued hM ilin command from the Kii^ h\i Master 
,t» declare, that the Era|>e.ror of Russia does justice to tke senti- 
^rfents of the King, when bis Imperial Ma.'jesty expresses his 
celiaoce on-tlie King's ditpositioo to contribute (o the restora- 
tion of a gcn>>ral peace, Sdch as may ensare the repose of 
Europe. A^ple proiifd of that disposition hate rccentlv been 
afforded by bis Majesty, as well in the answer rrtunied,'in his 
Maje»ty's name, io the offer of the mediation of the Kniperor of 
Austria, as in the willingiH'ss expreiwed by his Majesty to 
aecetle to the cotrventiop concludedat Bartenstein, on the 23d of 
April, iM-twreothe £mpcmr of Rutsia and the King of Prusfia, 
and in the instruriioni, which the Undersigned transmitted by 
hi» M^eity't command, upon the Brst intelligence of the late 
Aicastronk events in Pol.-uid, to his M.ijeFty's Ambassador at the 
Coin of pf, Prtersbqrgb, by which iiistruelions (hat Amba<ia- 
dor Was direet( iHn ficnify to the Ministers of the ICmpcror of 
Eussia, his Majcs'y's perf^-rt r.^adiiiess toenter, in concert with 
bis augi4st Ally, into aiiv neRi.ciation which the Emperor of 
Russia miglit iliink it erpedirni to open for the restoration of a 
f'eneral peare. 'Jhcse (entiinrnts and this disposition his Ma- 
jesty con'inuet invariably to maintain. 

Tbe Underwgncd is, iheirfore, commanded by bis Majesty, 
to assure M. Alopeuj, that his Miyetity w»i(s with the utniQst 
folifitude for the communication oflSe Article* df the Treaty 
concluded at Tiljit, and lor tlic siateutent of tHoie equitable and 
honourable principles, upon which his Imperikl Majesty ex- 
pre!.se« his belief that Fiance isdeslrou of concluding a Peace 
^iih fireinBrifaip. 

His Majesty tnislsthat the character of (ke (tipnlallons of the 
Treaty of Tilsit, and of the principles upon which France \s re- 
prescnied as beini; ready to nej.'ociate, may he found to be soch 
as to aft'nrd to his Miije-iy a ja«t1lppe of the attainment of a se- 
cure and hnn-o'nhi<- fVare. In that ease hii Slajesty will rea- 
drly avail b nself of the offer uftkc Emfelor of R«Ni«'i medi- 

ation. Botuntit hislittajesty shall hare received tbewl' Vm^torf- ' 
ant and necessary comm«ni<>a«i<Hi»rii i<>«bvioUsly impo^iblc th^i , 
the Undersigned stionfd be authorised to' return a more ;p»riii; 
Answer to the Note prescatfd by M. Alopens. The (inderjipinl ' 
reqncjts M. .Mopeusto accept the aisuranres of his high cnnii- 
deration. (Signed) (iEOR<3E CA.N.MNT.. 

[The Declaration of bis Brifa'mie Jfajes ty rehtite to th« 
Oanisli F.«pediti<m, nnd the Rmsian'-Deehi'ration against thii 
Country, were also presented to Parliiimeot.J 

n A X K Ru PIT V r,.\-t A nr.t.v. 

R. Mackihvaio, Crrsconi-iilace, irunroouigcr, from Jan. ISt* 
March b, at tcu, at Guildhall. 


Lawrence Williams, Jiichola^-Ja'rc, merchant, to sorren- 
dor .ran..'JO,at eleven, Feb. 9, at 1 ^veI^e, and March 8rat elereii, 
at fiuildhill. Aitorney, 5Ir, Oay, PunYp-'ceurl, Temple. 

Samuel Haiucs, riiippins-Campden, Oloucestershire, sheep- 
dculer, Feb. 4, at five, Feb. 5,' and M:frch 9, at eleven, at ilie 
(ieorjise Imi, Chippin/j-Campden, AttonH*yt Mr, Joseph Kinj, , 
Took's-couft, Chaucer^-lane j or Mr. Ednard Cotterell, Chip- 
pin^-Camdcn. , ' ' 

Jonas Rateman, Rlederos»Jstreet, Sotftliwatic ; John Batr- 
man, of Wike, Yorkshire, mid'Wm. Raleman, of North Uier- 
ley, woolten-mannracmnir, Feb. t,4,4ad MaiTh (**' at Hcvci', 
at the White I.inn Inn, Halifax. Att»nrieii,' Mestn. Cti'Vjle, Cray'ilnn; of Mr. Kdnards, fialifeK. 

James Brown, jtm. Het#nlield,"<4«ullumipt«ii.' ' ■ , :>ll- 
monger, Feb. 4, at two, Feb. f^, at eleven, auri >l' ■ ■■ . • nnr, 
at the Ship and Castle, Iluradeait. Alto«^ " "•»<», 

Porlsea. •< 

John Seecombe, Ilorratartdj^, IVvr^.i; -.- ■ ,. i . .,,inie, 
Truro x William More, <»r • •,••<" ■■r,v- . . ■ • ■ -fine, 
Uoyle, widow, dlt'r- ; 1.- • : ; > . . ', •; ant 

Richard Searle, diifc. /.-v: -. ■ ? . r- .'-. ■.ulietu 
March 4, and 5, at ci'-<<':i. i..- ■. : • •'. .». is' . i lOuili. 
Attorney, Mr, Edward Hra;. , .. • ■ ., . " '\ .'. 

Wm. Thorpe, Pocl>liiii;ior, j ■'■'. • ••.' <irj Feb. ?, 

.March 4, and t), at eWven," at t,-: ,:.' •..•-■. Attorney, 

Mr. HIakistou, Symond^s Itm j or » I , juii, I'oclt- 


Elizabetlr Mitcbrti, E*tter, fuller, .lai. • r . e-e, Feb.?, 
and March 8, at eleven, at thp 4IBT Inn, • ' Attarair>, 

Mr. Turner, Exctert aitd Messrs, WJllLtms a.:' i.^aoks. Kew' 
bquare, Lineoln's lim.- . . • . , 

John Wallis, Oarloiouth-slreet, Westminster, dealer, Jan. 
SO, at'elevcn. Fob. Sy Rt twelve, and Marcli 6, at eleven, at 
Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Hoeers, AlauckMter-buildingS ^VeA- 
mineter. > 

Jotepb Renwirk, jnn. of Botr-stroat, Wii4tpia[f, eoal-mf^ 
ebaat, Jan. S0< Feb. 9, and March », at (ai), %t (:iuUdtiaU. -^t-. 
torties. Mm. Ueliaad Biindrick, ilhcainidc. 

John Beech, Birminghaia, battiui-iiiaicier, Feb, 8, at afr^! 
Fck. 1%, 'and Marrh ils «t eleven, at the ile* awl ChicJuat Ian. 
BirntioghaBK Attorney, Mt, Kgertbu, Gray's ]uiu-M)iiarr, Lau- 
dou i or Mr. Spurrier^ Uiiuiiagliam, 

John Pairott, Ftitb-street, Soha, canfectioner, Feb. & '^ 
one, Feb. S8, uqd March 8, at tea, at Guildhall. Att««»li>, 
Mr. Howell, Bai«latl'*-biul«li«g>, llolbom.' 

William Matlh:wt, Maidenhead, ci)rpeuter, Jan. 30, at 
eleven, Feb.J4, asd Aiarch 3, at ten. Altoriiics, Messrs. J. 
and W.RickardiM, Kew lua, itoudpo. 


Feb. 97. H Bainrtrce, jmi. Cretean*, Mioorios, confactor, 
at ten, at Cplldhall. 

Feb. 10. J. and J. Keimion, KichoIat-bB*, brokers, at oaet' 
at GulMhnll. 

March 5. T.' Harrir, Oxford-ttteet, ma(trM»tiiiiker, at ote, 
at Cuitdhall. ' 

Marcta I. T, Atkimoa, Browa'i Quayt Wappinv, yi:iv6»tS"* 
at elbten, at CUtildlMil. . 

Fcbi 88. Ml ElUottr Chatbaa, shopkeeper, at elevea. H 
Guildhall. . 

Feb. U>. B. S. Morgan, SaffoIlwlMe, DMtcbMiti at M> *• 

Feh. 87. P. Home and P. Hnler».> Throgworto»*«^ 
aerthMt, at 4mm, at OuUdbirii. . ■ " >, lu. 

Marichl. H.Or(!ett, 8oa«teate,hrMr»aMwehte,^»*"*' 

Digitized by 


JAN. 31. . 



Ffb. 39. S. Strrttnji, VilJingtiiil, SuiMI, •hop'"*P*»> •» 
tk>e»,-MthrSHt'im, l*«i-J». ■ - • -' 

F«k. 18. J.IlMiMrvv TViKott, .nMMkJTs,.timbcr»ii)erchant, 
al tnr, ■! Ike lt«l.Uo(i Jqo, N«W MarMi. ' 

Feh. 18. (i. Hapiet, LeMby »Ki(>-hi>itcr, at eleTca, »t the 
TitWilM, Litrd*.'' ' 

(>b. 18. W. Ma^imni, \'««r Swwn, cMhicf', attix, at tbr 
8r4 Itoa (us, Ne» Kto-iaa. < . . ,; • 

fA. i». K. I]KltiMt,,Clup«iroliiuB, liKn draper, at. tvflve. 
at ilw %'tiitt H*r< ian< Okiiipciili^ai. « 

F«. t9. W. l><ir«ewis, Chi|ipeuh.-<iD, caaf-merclMat, at 1(, 

Ulterkne'CrairMlon, Clap})oi|baiB 

CERTfKirAT-R*.— fKi. 16. 

/. EraiM, BlaAmnD'Strwt, lineii-drawer.' 

R. Swinlen, Grrst S«t. Ufien's, ihippinjr af;piif. 

M. Farffl, in»t»-»treft, BrtWugh, IliK-n-drapCT. ' 

V. !\)»lr, ■Jf4r«»'o-«tK'f, FIHtit>v-«io.-iri», tMoncy-'ci'itfntfr. 

RfBj. H»»Ic abti J. Kemp,' Mtef*-lartP, winc-liiercWnl*. 

B. SpiwT, tV.iHlm, E»s<M«, n*TMt(?r. " 

H^iott, Ttntnlfy, 1.aiiri)sll«f«,««ftoti-inmAifarturpr. 

J. Konp5l*r,HaIcsowen, Shrop^hir«•, niro-drawcr. 

;.W. Dixon, C'V^WWiV »rh«K«».- rtiercliaue. 

II I r I I i- I ' ' ' 

frtfe G«»«ttci*ni*iin*Bn AeetajH of'ihe Captmc of » imii- 
Wr«rt(ryciaM(HitMirhvt-irraMC». U«lwK»aUUB,A<Un»<c> 
rraalW Magistrates (>(L,ri«iianil Paislejr, d«d»eiu)E tbeirnadi- 
tra wnpport kbtifa^rMy U the atuMHtjiii }im pr»eat arduous 

VUliaa While, oCAppttiey Bridge, Vorksliire, Mrrcliaat. 

thtmas Prrston,, of Alilcrinonbury, I,,aa(ion. w.irehou«*- 
tiin, losurrriHlor Feb. S, 10, and March I&, at Ifn, at Guiid" 
kill. .Vtlorixv, Mr. Gnodmcnd, Nrw Bridpc-street, London. 
Ckarii-i Wriehf, .Md»ate, .tonilnn, tohiccimht, Feh. S, 
15, end .\fareh 12, at <tnc, at GoiUlhall. Attoro*!^, .Mr, Ktxfit, 
Lo<it'>-<:«nrt , fJar^v-Mrpet, < ' ■ 

Suutl Alltai r«niiff, t'cltnnmjrpr, Fet«. 9, -ST', and Mfircli 
I!, ntitdvr, m* GaiUbliH. Attorney, Mr. Ua^gnalK War- 
KKi^qaare, Xeygatf-atrfct. 

Jaain (iordoii, yrfslburv-Mpon-TTim, Oloaco-^tT'litrc, Mot- 
f>ni, r<-l>.' 4, W, and March IV; ut flevea, at »hr Ruinmrr 
■fjvrm, Bristol. Aftornlf.«; "Mt. James, (»niv'» Imr'-nKirt,' 
lw!<i»; and Mr. Ciforpe M.-«Ttin, P.xeteinRe-bulMings, Bri»roI 
Vfllitm iWandlrr, of Whefstiin«t, Letrestrtwhirr; liialiiieri 
Trk-S, at tive, f>i>.'-4, M IM, «BrtJU3rch IS, at three, al (tie 
^^ttn^Krid, Leicraler-. AM>tBte<« Mr. FreJ-r, liciccstel- j 
•tllnsr,.. Kindrrtey, Uia{r,-««d Inee, Gray's Inn. 
Ma 'nomrntn, i.nrerhoine. BtmilM, bmrathirv, ,-p-narr,' 
''i. II, at Av^, Veb. W, and March 12, at eleven, at the Thorii 
H Banilry. .\t«oraie>, Mr.. Wni. «haw, Buruley ; and .^tr. 
Mlip llurd, Kin;:'>> Hoiieh Wiillts, Temple." 
•l<k*ti«orp; l*raltcn, Waltham .^hliej, .taylor, Feb. S, nt 
*wi, Feh. 9, at iwetve, and Marth 12^ at eleven, at GuUII- 
M Attorney, Mr. Oxiarte, Muddesdim, Herts. ' 

'itavel il:iiri>on, .\Ianehi'ster,7ind Wm; Harrison, Sheffield, 
H»ltirs. Fell. 19, ■iO, and March 19, nrt two, nt the Bridge- 
»»i»t Armi, M.inchevter. Att«>riiiei, MeSsrs. Chesshjre atid 
W'JkT, MiMK-bester.' 

Wailani Tinney, ( tnibrid;ei siirjron, ti» surrender Feb. 6, 
Iliad .March !*.<,' al ttv'.-lvr. :ct Call.ltiaU. Atibrucy, Mr. Big?, 
IUlla«.Garden, lrf>Ddol». " 

Da»id Uarics, Thai»*i-nitt«n, Surrey, malUter. to furrender 
Ftk.t,1i,aiid Marrh 1;^. at ttrelre, ul (f'uildhall, London. At- 
'•««eir,Mr. Aulwrl, KymdndVlnn. t.'haiircry-lnw. 

Jalia Nevby, Aldsule, draper, i!i surrender Kch. 9 and 10, at 
Sir, lad Uaiek- !«; nl ten, at IrtiitdtuJI. Attoruies, MrsM-*^. 
S»»ii»f, Stereos, and Mitt>ie«, Old Jeury. 

tkaaas Dalinn, Birmiaichan, nierchant, I'eb. 19, IS, nnd 
Klttl R, at twrlTf<, at the ^bqkspenre TaverA, Btrnin^hain. 
A Wttli t , . lUjMii. Tai M i i t aadXirm, Cliaucer;-lanc, Londou ; 
•^M*. UUmi^m, Binainsbain. 

• MuiaRt Ungarirr, ^arithv milliner. Keb. 9. ^, and March 
K, at MB, at tiiiOdluill, London. Attwrnev, Air. Birketl. 
*»*«Mrl, Wflbroofc. 

Wahm Kardiag, Uxfnrd-strert, 'hatter, Feb. 6, at eleven, 
»• mt Mittvh K, at me. at (teUdhsll. Attorney, Air. Walker, 
«* J««t,, 

'>*te!Mriaik^,if9rfle-bri4)K, Derby, IniAeeker, Feb. 18, 
•B.mi March 18, at three; at the Crowuand Anchor, Stock- 
>•"• Atkiraies, Messrs. Cooper and Lowe, Southampton- 
■*dAap, Chaacrry-Uoe, L«iiduo < and Mr. Lee, Stockport. 

- Brabam DaiMurt, Whitcchapel, b^azier, Feb. 6, 4t twclte, 
13, at eleveBj vid March li, altwelve, at Guildhall. Attoniey, 
•Mr. J. B. Mills, Vinc-stre«t, PiccallillT. 

Richard Bayly, Ihevounger, l)oW|pite-hiU, merchaot,' Feb. 
6, i^t ooe, 23, :it eleven, and March 12, at ten, at Guildhnll. 
.\, Mr. Kearsey. 116, Bisbonsgate-Withln. 

S'atlianiel \Vri)?tl, 'Nottingham, brick-maker, Feb. 15, 16, 
and March 18, at four, atthe Ram Inn, Sutffnjham. Att«mle>, 
.Messrs. Blg«hy iind Wells, Nottingham j atid Mciirs. Baxter 
and Martin, Fornival's-lnn. London. 

tjlenry Rislebcn, BlrmlnRham, tailor, Feb. 12, IS. tiivlMarcll 
It, at elc%en, at the Seven Stan, High-slreet, Birmingham. 
Attorneys, Mr. Maudley, Square, Birmiogham j and Mr. I'hu- 
ton; (Jind-court, Fleet-street, London. 

Richijrd Tonikins, Hatloii-garden, merrhant, Feb. 6, IS, and 
Starch 12, at twelve, at Guildhall. .Atturuey, Mr. Bishop, 
yorli-pUir«t Portinan-s<|aare. 

Charles tiustavc (labriel KierrullF, Prudenpe-sqnare, T.ondnn, 
merobaiit, 'Feb. 6, IS, and March 12, at twelve, at Guildhall. 
AttPitiey, jytr, Williaui Hauuaui, Piazza Chambers, Covent 


Feb. 21. Jni«e« 'VVaUis, Palcrnosttr-row, bookseller, at 
cleveu, at ('■uildhull. 

Feb. 24. Ldwartf Roberts, Bush-lane, merchant, at twelve, 
at (tnildhan. > 

March 12. Joshua Ricltaid Wilkinson, Three Ilorse-lane, 
Horsleydownv cooper and boop-bciider, at' ten, at Guildhall. 

i'Vb. 16. John Uulland, Uniy's-inn-liuie* oil and calomruian, 
.Al OTIC, at (tuildhnll. 

Feb. a;L Morgan Parry, Pontipool, Moomoulhshii-c, shop- 
keeper, al eleyai. at llic King's llpad Inn, Glwuccaii-r. 

.M.-vrch I. John Owen Parr, lrf}n<ion, insuraoce-brtker, atone, 
nt HuiUhalT. 

Feb. 24. Joseph Phillips, Bicester, Oxfordshire, linen-dra- 
per, at eleven, al fluHdha'.l, f/ondon. 

Feb. m. Saailiel Blower, F.lllusham, Nbrfolk, miller, at 
eleven, at the Tirai, Bungay, Sutt'olk. 

Feb.*!. Steprhea Porkiss, Acioa'-lireiT), Middleirs, carpcn- 
tcr,-«t -ten,- at tioildhiUl, London. 

Fel>. 28. Oayid Tr^up, Goodman's -yard, Mim>r>c*, dealer, at 
eleven, at Guildhall. 

Feb. 2"i. Philip ILvrourt, juii. ( ai.aamorc, Middletez, 
hutclier, at te»>, at Guiliib.ill. 

■ F. li. 2;L liitvrnrd K.-j-vc, Leeds York'hir'-, linen-draper, at 
picvcn, at OuHldhalt, Lnndon. • 

- Feb. o-l". .'am-s Fell,' Walworth, Surrey, iusurance-bPok«T, at. 
t ten. p.t (^oiHlhliM. ■ .. " ■ 

Feb. 24. hMi DevenUhaad Henry Newpart-, 'A'illiets-ttreet, 
Slr.iud, nphol»tei*t3, »t one, at (till lilhall. 

Match 24. , J»lin li.iilin*»s, .\d(il<;-»ireet, Wood-street, Bier- 
ehant, alone, at Guildfcyll. 

Fib. 26. buvid Willt.aiiis, Sw.irnv.i, tai-jjer, dealer. aid 
chapman, nt eleven, at ihu iU..-;i i'avcrr, Iiriiitol. . 

Mnrch I. Fntz-tlcjlicrt ."Vlfiirrti, ir.«h-itrecl,, Southwark, 
tVoollen-draiUT, attoelrc, a! Oiiitill.'al!. 

Feb.SS. John GollaiTny, Brook-sireet, H<*)oni, engineer 
and lathe-maker, at l*n. at Guililhall. 

' CKRtlFICATI S.-Frn. «0. 
N'.ifhaniel AVaVd Boners and William BofreOa, Caanon-sfrect. 

cortih-m.ik) IS. 
Willuim l^ykauff, Lisle-sirt-ct, I.*icettev-tqnar«,' eagranet. 
Samuel. Bloit-rr, FUliishiAn, Nortolk. nwller. • 
.Jeremiah ConnelUn, Bruwu't-buildtag}, 81. Mwy Aie, mer^ 

Charles Maoley, Lyon's-inn, merchant; 
John .\rniita»e, t/frds, Yorkihire, merchant. 
K.inarJ Lonlon, Red Lion-strcrl. Southnark, bop-merrhaat 
J.unss W.nrd, Banbury, Oxfordshire^ dyer. '• 

John Peers, Livcrpooi, Sadler. ' ' " ' , . 

I'.dwnrd Rutt, Bermoad'ey-streeV, <?«ulhTv.irk, woblfactir. 
-. ■ ■ ■■ • " " II 11' I It 

Ui,( i.'s I*.iBLlAJirNT\itY Ut;is>TC», with the Biotrrapliy of 
ShN...TOiilAt .Cu.tllACTERf, iS riyulnrly Published oii Ihe 
fim of every Month. There arc Uitiltt Kttrobers of tliis elegant , 
and indispens.ible Work already pii)>Ujhed, which coutaio tlie 
^lecjaiid PoRiitAiTS of some of the most distinguished Brilish 
Hiatesmen. The Lives of the Senators arc impaniajly -nrtlteo, 
and the Portrails arc cxqviisilely engraven from Paintinf^ of 
the most celebrated masters. The Hi.Ntu iv'SJisifii will be 
published on the 1st of Febrnary, 1S03, and will be eqibeW . 
lislied with the Portrait ani-f.ife of EiiHt Mom A, Printed 3d4 

published at Tits NAtio!«A|. RecitltEii Omcx, Cath^kae-. 

street, Sirand. > . j u 1 

' Jigitized by ^^- ^ ^ j^^_ 



J. . .1 J ] ll i l J.! 

Wr nrp a'|^~S>B>lN^I«dr'(o <-xclaa# a->dMM* (CleetiM of 
Pomctlic Octnirrviices, aod a v^Micty of hritliljr interettiiig &«!>• 
.^eti', oo acebanl or (be prew of the Politic Topic* which ao nU- 
teriallv inl.nst ihcBriiish NiiU.m. 

From Tjj.Vif unacrs'UutuliU luus):, litis fiiptr ka$ httnprevtnttd 
f.ra:hini: tlit iitib<trHers in tkc Cvuuliii -n the Blaak RostDay < 
threompihiitcit A rrttJ'gi iMniis urt ruaiit' Jir Hi dctirtrift thtrf 
fore iij irrf^^ulnrity ottghl It) occur. Should "uch mittakes ugain 
i^r^se^ on Solirc ticitif^ given-, bi/trfter, tposl-paid}j to the Pro* 
yriUorSy immcdiatt atimtion iviU be yniit to Ihc Complaint, 

The First Kumter 6/ 'y'«c';V^T;o.v.<L"Jt'KOiintR tcfttbe past- 
flu^ljl rt-printed nnrf rendj/ for deliocru, lugtlh'tr xfth the jeau- 
<t7u' Eiutilciiialiuil Tillc I'age, «ti Sunda//,' I'thi^aryt, 1808. 
^rdera lAfttiM It ifiimcdiately given to ttir ScKimtn, »r stnt ty 
^Iter, yott-ftiA, to the Ojjice, No. it, Callitrinc-itrett, Strand. 


]IL- 1 .. : :..i. i ' ' taOBsss 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 81, 1808. 

POUTIC.tL 2i>K.vrs Of TUB IT^MMt 

ifjiti artirles of iateni°:ence received this week are net of 
pc^itiV importance, at lea^t Trbon compared with the great 
f'Vjsiits to Viiich M^ Ijave lately Wn accustomed. Bona- 
r > uTK secins to )i;jTe sorac schemes in aeitatVon for ititl fur- 
»i|< r allerinjrlhe (listribi>i:ion of Italy. The Queen of JExnu- 
MA has been' mailc to Ir.d adieu to her dominion's | and, 
ji,ft''r taking an ati'ec'lionate titreMcU of her people, and 
ullinj tiiom the lasf ot mind "he felt at leaving them in the 
jiand-i of so eti^Kllqtt a ^civ^nigH as-the Emperor NAroLco'ic, formally i\vacua!ed the country, carry inj; a\<mf; whb 
per .-I tram of, fifty wa»»on» loa'ded with- her baggaj^c. 
Mic bus the pror^iisc of bemg'indemmfted in tome otber 
ijuartcr for tbe loss of her teeritorien j but whether fo 
/urtr^' or not, tbu account! do not state.' 

The re«uU pf our present discHSsioM with Americft it not 
2|f yelMccrtiiued. The American* seem equally alarmed 
■I'^e proceedings ef the trench nnd the liri'liih ; a^d 
^reading that the vessels will be captured and confiscated 
w'^rev0T they steer, they ha^ lakian embargo on all their 
pwp gliips at present in port. It must be allowed that it is 
j^crncl neccsstty for a neutral najtioo to be obliged to put 
ap ,end to Jiirir own commerce, ift. order to prevent it from 
nlliiig into the hands of Allies with whom they are at peace ; 
put it ^ot% not seem probable that they can remain any 
longer neutral, if the report be true that UowArAitTE hat 
^a)ly demauicd of tbem to join oitber i'lance or Britain. 

The same prderf ifstied by BoWrARTK agai;nst all neu- 
troll Tvjio have any i|fterco«fr*e whatever with us, havr 
peep .enforced in Hiiiland by King Loots. He has also it- 
fued similar' ordpr^ against the veueUof Sweden, ns have 
formerly 'been issued against those. Of Britain, declaring 
)hat be is equally at yrar with both coi^ntries. 

Our rciiiers will jicrnsc witli interest tlic Correspondence 
. between M.r. Cvmmng and the .'Viistrian Ambassador 
.at our Court, pbich has been laid before pjjrliainenr, and 
which wc have iiiS(>*Htd at jengtb-jn our.Papcr of this doy» 
/t prove!* tlist AiutriahaVlheinciination, liut not theiih- 
fluencc, to meilialc a Peace between Britain and I'rartce. 
Tlic notes of I'rincc^rAiiRmiiETiG shew a coH*cioi)sness of 
thii circiimit^ncf. The ltus<iian correspondence discloses 
.^iltle that was noti previously ktioTn. 

We iwett i curions article, containing the regu- 
^Jtioof "<l<'P^ed in the Rio de la Plata, with respect to neu- 
tral tjrade. ' All neutrals are excluded for two years, even 
jf permitted with the ropal licence \ while an armistice is 
-. concluded with the Biilish squadron cruizing in that tiver. 

These tegniatrons may seem to portend tbe renewal ul 
those efforts t»«tt«ii biilifHBiliii«li wlii^ oace occasiiui^ 
s^theMamDtiMi:iit.tb^ V|ceH«jrhlt> «f Buenos Ay res: and 
iuthiscasei the true policy «f Britaifi is very 4bi'i;>ut. 

" By 'tlie rronidiR; 6a)>iaia EhrnsstaB, whirb urriTcd at 
Charlfiton on the "iVk of Dcttiober, froia Uprnoi Ayre<,w|itcli 
place slie left esSW I4(b of Oeiobar, it appeuv that, iitraut i 
week prior to her sailing, an emler had bera issued by t^ Go- 
vetnoiMit th«re ISsr all ncairsi ve«^ t« leave the R.\ytt Flau 
wilhia forty days fnm the date af tfa^ Order, loaded or vo- 
loaded, am)tb8t.ii«nrttn«) w^f^yer weald be allowed to rniri 
aur |>orls in the River l*la|ef«rtwo yeaflt, even if tbey sliosli 
6ftve# Royal Hcvgce. Tlie PnrtujpieM and Amerfauu wtn 
crnerally considered as spies of the Kn|(liBk ' (iflieal Lisi^ r 
RB<I mtcrrd Ijito a nriv Tmty with the Commander or (hi 
Rri(ish squsdroq, craisiof in (be River, which consiiKcd of s 
fri^tr, a Oftop, and a miter. The Britikh were not to aulm 
the River trade between Bueoos Ayifis to asy parts ubore Mann 
Video- The Spanibh Goveiaaient arc to lupply (he Britiil 
<l|uadrou, oraay 9hi|>s of tbeirnation which may put io thcr.^. 
wKh wliatiuppiies they may want. Maldoaadowas ^poiolet 
the place of reudeavoat, aw) this was to continae in ibtte fm 
six months." 

gsw— B a iiiiis t ii i i I 

Intelligence has been received by the Admiralty, that a 
squadron, consisting of six sai( gf tt|e tine; and some 
smaller ves.s(.-U, have escaped from Bochefort. Thesqusd' 
roQsof Sir Tbuxai Dccawoafii ^d Sir Riccabd S^si' 
CBAM ace said to be in pnrsuit of there ) bat no further au' 
theutic atxvmts have been received. 

A squadrMi, it is reftorted, appeaivd offiCorb, a frs 
days ago, correspond itig iq number to the French s«piadit)>i< 
and also to the squadrons we havementtoiied to be in pursuif 
There is every rcaMn to suppose it woi one 01 the latter, il 
indeed the rumour be not wholly unfounded. 
' A rumour has reached us, of a rantiny baring brokn 
out inoneofourlin^-of-battJc ships oa a forci-m siativiij 
that the Captain and First Lieuteuant fell victuns lo th< 
fury of the crewi aud that the mutiny was ant reduced 
until after a strrere engagenvpnt with the fia^^-ship. T' 
mention the name or slatiea of the sbi|). till the report ii 
better authenticated, wot<ld be highly iiH^rn^>er. 

The unfortunate toyn of Flushing, whidi Jast year lui- 
taiiied so much daitwge by. the blowiii<; nfi of a vess:^! l!«M 
with ganpowdcr in the canal, lias lately been over»b(=''^ 
by a terrible inundation. The dansagc occasiopcd b; il 
could not be acescrtaiacd when the accounts came away. 


Wcdnesdny bis Majesty came te town fram Windsor, #^ 
held a private !*vcc at the ftnecn's Palac* 

The following had the honour of being presented to hii 
M^esty:^ — 

VlKCOuaf Catbraft, nn his leturn from Scotland. 

OHcral Phippf, on ttcing appoialed to the Cvmnaad ofu< 
8d Batt^aion of the GOib ReKimeol. 

The Rev. Ur Marlow, the Prciidont of St. John*! Ml^ 
Oxford, by the pujtf' of rprtlauL qobeinn appoiuted PrcNw 
of Cenlerburv. 

His M^4ly itavr audiepre t« the Cabinet MinbteiSi *^» " 
off, «l>o«t six o'clock, faff Vr'| nd5or. 

BarAB.-Torrfay the Lord B(»yor ordered OiC !'»''' " 
Bread lo be raited half an awixr. , 


On Tiresdar eveninj was pcrfurpie^ a »*»»••* />}»"• *''"''' 
Didont. This pi«TC was altsred *n«» rtie- OpM».»f *'*"°"" 
and nctcd for the purpose of affardioK to Madame Ct»*i^' " 
opporluttity forth* display •fbertainila. ,. rti. 

tthasfii>tbecaiimal.ft>r(he|H-fWKlickl crittn 4* fpr'>*^'^ 
performers nt the .Opera, in the same w-rioBS »lyk •>*"'^ j- 
pur^ap in their anlmsMlv^TtloDs' ontb» JlnjWsh Tb**"^ " '" 
seems to hare been cooeoived, shonRb fi>r whs* *et»o» "■ ^^, 
not discover, thai where the ninsir it ^\rrll«nt, •***'^"'''|,,p, 
little importancc-^tiU ^ss doc^any body think sf Kf""*'.- 

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THE NAl'tOiNAJL. KiWiiaiiin. 


aitiditM <!«■ Operas th»ir.sclvcs ; because the words "of tlie 
IMP are frnrrally bidden by llie flourtiihes of. the mUlic, and 
ttestarv M the recitative U genefally slurred by the carele««- 
tRi of' the arrurt. Bnt as tlw estoMisHttient of the KingS 
TItntre i> most iplepdiiHy pntroniird,'toi every possible on- 
cgaragrmHit U jjivon there" to i»ertt 'of Ul de9cri|)lioiif, by nn 
ndiroc* rrriainlv ibe uuntetrtcatlt-io |.«Mao^ and iis the pricr 
»f advistoh at the OpWtthnwse (is Wgher tbno al any other 
(kratie, it toald Dot be mweirxwaWe to «3ifebt-tlbitiU»«-«»ler- 
bimcO sbMrid go a lUtlc fuhhcr than the ear*. W« have ad- 
hirabJ* linriAl;, it ttiiist be eonftS«ed ; but wo want a little 
inlfrablcactinp. Vc n^ust rot ho^t trtl- 1« behold yervfinc 
t'tgm actiag very finel;^, beraUie the perfeetioii either of aet- 
iafflrorjrini^iif onntalunets »lino«l IheviSfliujHunit.of alilc: 
htt weeagbl ait to ^ee siiek misecpbtoMtr&ifia^rs aii tbo;o nhii 
i»( ttnu ppoo the itBge nf (he King » 'l'l{t<ajc(;« and^v ho iii>( 
twl>daiwt>r{CTbatthe_v.ari.vayia!;t but.roaUy teem mu eveii 
to tfiUrstaiid it. Thd pfeces that are', rcj^reseiiied are often, it 
B tine, of si)eh a nature, thai bo powers bf iKtinj: eould raakf 
(k«a effeelive : but if they were deeeutly peftiirmed, Ihey iyfuld 
coolaays be abmlatel)- conicRi ptilile : muI, besides, we do uol 
Imw why pieces that oo acting can reader agreeable, should 
emheadidat alli 
ffflups it will bcfdij, fhatth* Fj>tiUh do liot enrc about good 
•tiinj or good hctin^ ftt the Optra j hot this it i» ioifoisible to 
ffaw : fcHiicir acceptafare of IhatwKicliis indinerer.' i«nomore 
ifl arpiireal of their iDsensibllity to that which is ejrelleiiif, 
fuaibebrcild-aod-checsc apprlite of a hungry man \\ an ar- 
(linr.'ot of coarscofSf in his p;i)alo. Let us fee {rood piecft trile- 
nblyaciei, and tve ilfiftk it (;ultp rts possible to create an iir- 
Uxfh in an Oi>era, of which the language it not gnirriilly nn- 
i!.-n(a4d, as it i!< tu create an interest in a BsUet, where there 
i) DO Uo^uage at all. And tiie boat indicaltaa of the public 
nptaeti for dramatic e.xcellciice of every iiiod, at the King's 
TMtre, is thfe popularity A>l^irh bas been acquired by, »n' 
(tiirratic Actress^ ui^ in liefsi'lf admirable^ hut eininent by a 
nnynrison wiib the. prd|i1e about her. \Ve ineau .'Madante 
Cafalooi. This Lndyi if she cuuld be divested of her foreign 
•rtrti, atod intriMlticed iuh any prioripa) chamrlerof I'.nglish 
Trjjoly, kO'M probably be reyirded by the fc~w pcrsiirs who 
r>iJtr Milcr-laud the science of the Sta^e, as a very indifiierent 
.Uirfss! and when connoisseurs are heard to express an admi- 
outmiaf her falctits, •' an Jctreu, they mear. to be uiidersliKid 
2<'j)rakliig of her ptrformanre!., cuiitparad uiih ihjce of the 
Ij^irt aod Uuutlcmea who oct-npy (he iuferior siiu:iiii>ns. She 
'TtaiaJy ia a good Atlfess, for tm- Opera : and sn Master Betty 
»a< a gool Actor, J'uf tt i.n/ ; bul we trtfh tQ see llie Opprn 
sl«p provided rtith performers who may be at least loo de- 
fhllobe used merely fni" foilsr iiirfuae is a .very tolcrnble 
ftti far tht Optr* ( Dttt NO oita wboi seei how lauch situation. 
k^HtqMK can h<4p«ef(«f(Uac that it 4s not posl/ircli/ good. | 
MaNwCatalaoi beraeif acted DHoU'-i <un nil that voice ind 
>«• coald convey, wu» ^'llecliil by her fur the intercstinjt 
txac of Virgil. Bat if she apire!^ (otbejuat reput.ition of a 
•».\rtiri», she should reCiJlect that a nrfrpetuiil smile, _even 
ikatieautirul inuuth. will hever dep'icl the yafioU? J)a3vion> 
'•l«e. (Srief, ari^er, aud dL^dain, as thev oconr throu»h»ut the 
■MfTTlfw* of lnd» with Ainttti au'rf Tnrhan. fcet m fan- <no- 
iwof her acting, to whicli wt can give onl* the pfai-io-of 
" ti^ wicked compared with the rtrore wicked t'' bit* »«iwl«»;le 

importascci began to asacmWo In «uiq«»«l«at tile epttuee uf 4h« 
Hall, in Cbel«ea Uoapital, where a ffwrd w« placed at miio 
o clock. At ten, the Memherii hctns all in Cbdrt, Sir W illianl 
Urtidowt, the President, signified his intentipn of piWeedlng t<l 
ihebnsinesaofthddav, when the Hon. Mr. Ryder, the acting 
.lud-e \dvocate,callcdoverth6nttuieaoftheOfhcerssi«nmonedt 
heii.e all present^ th8y «*1-t agHto tailed o*er ttf assarae their 
places dt the table aceordins 16 theiJ' *ank, and seniohly, and 
consisted of the folUwing GeOeral Offlcets, all Senior to the 
Prtsooer : — • . 

•Sir Wtili«fi Mt-adbws, K: B. President. 
General Garth I,icut.-GcB. I^. Vtst. CathUtt 

.li Nortdn Fafriftgtun 

........I^idLake ...:...i....Mi«ei(l 

IJul4 .'.....■.Mariucrl 

'.'.'.'.'..'.'. liari of ClalJricTtardc : »>of»us 

Ojsiivie ......i .....Witfor* 

f'uyler ...:.... Gkrtl 

U. Ge». Fo« ^ -^V"?'* . .. .. 

Sir James Dutf ;..-; SIrJ. ^fddl« 

........ llhrrii i 8frC. Ross. 

The Oaoij Vfti n<>w throttii bpeij fhr the public; anfl ihnflt V 
iifter the Prisoner entehed, f9 untfurm.'lilit ttttlfobt sash dV 

sword, conducted by Colbiiel = i and accom|«lirM By bif 

Counsel Mr. IJarrl:.iin. . ^ i , . i 

The Ijieut. -General hotted to tlifc Court, fthd w.*!* then asked 
by the Advocate-Genertl " If be had anj dbjcctions to makfc j'' 
bat all obiectinas bring waved, til? Court was Swofn la. 
. Tlie .Kings Warrant for.hoUlIng the Court was then i«ad: 
In tiiia were eoolaiineu the Cliarges (four laDuml)ef) «\ith <enie 
abservations aril directions for general guidance: 
Tiie usual qucsiioii oi^Kuiltyi or Not Guilt^y; ttas now piitj 


audible ♦olcc--" Ndl 

*f •kferiaiiaiwao her JHdtn by recording our eMMlfiasttc ad-, ibe piHsooeroi^jreted, nsrrferiiag to sonu- points in his condur 

■uiliisiiof her singfiigi where she staiwfs unrivalled, eicepi \i\ 
Mn. Billiiigton aloiir. Madame Catalani hns tbe.peeuli.-irfa- 
♦shy •( iaij^artiag interest lo ine' Uravura : anrf tWe crlti<-f 
»h« l«»e dec iiled that her po-.vers alrgehei^illy »alh»*a«foin'sIi-' 
ia^iiuuiascinaiiag, nillpmh.tbfy confess iHirxifetiliitnto their 
Mnwit, when .It the bcflntiln'; of the second act of IXdoftr., 
>l«fhrar heraiae. ." I'trdtfi fa i,oli:e Sjicrama." 

'(•tUK DusdL made bcf flrsl appeamn6e on t:iirtl.ii!>, nt 
•*•'*»«. Urr fiwic in the musical, world hns been l«n» »«tah- 
^•mi\ Kti pa i|i||i r^chln^, nliSf-ojlb much alarmed, she was by 
*• "nrn deliriem' hi t««te or e»ee««Jon. Hut h^r acffn* wis s'b 
t| k wiHic than that of any singing Miss whose first app*nran< e 
*>re<er««if «g an Ko^lishtitagf, that evfti apprehension. '.ir 
*klrk WfltwftjfKfeijl a |<[rra( htiitutgence, w'ill. no» be a su v'-.- 
"■♦'«•» former «ery sbiteiijy manticr of dfliveriij- her rrci- 
M>(. ilUr^ra lyis as ungratefnf as it was inap^rapriate. 
Aun t) spuf^cd »(««)inrtmrfsers I 

fiF.NEK.tnr.i'i'i?.V'(i(;^rK-s TRT.\t,. 
•* KeadcQ may dreead oo ibe accuracy of the fiii'm ii'c 

mnHiij Bbaf, (he PublTcaftxious ft» wItiiCss 9 )/!aI tff Juch 

■vni answered by the Jkiioner 

K request bein? now made to |he Court, by Olnieral Whiter 
locke. t^r'the^ .nssistaiK-c of ap Officer fcigk In.raqk la the-cx- 
p.-dhi(in, statM to be » material nitiv(iB«,' U was 
urtsed projier to ete*r Ihe Co|i»r<< and in liaUan hoar we were" 
afiuii admitted. We do not feel ourselves oulhorited to ealei-' 
t'iirlher into t'lc details of this request, but which vt« unSerstand 
was put complied with, as being nnprecedenKd; 

Mr. Ryder' now addressed the Court iu nn appropriate ipeecb; 
and the "several papers neressnr* to ope'h the.cas; were thej 
re.-id! these consisied oT Lietfteiiant-Generil Whitelocke's. In- 
-Turtions nlid Appeintmcfnt to the eoBliaand — of Details of b'xi 
Mili'dry Force— :ind of hh «tKKeqUent Dispatches; 

Tlie Jadje .Advoe.-ite having propoied-th« difereat modes M 
tvhich it might be expedient Sox the Court to pructed, yij!. ei- 
ther to eonsiiler each charge separ»t«ly< or.lo evauiint wiifi^sset 
•nn regular detail ontinJgeitrralJbct?; Siraugefs iiere again 
ordered out, mimI shortlv .ifuT lluir rc-admissloil, it was iiiuler- 
s'ood the latter mode wiL< tidopted. General Gnuer was thrrf 
c.illed in about half-past{wo for examiDalion, and 4t three tht 
CeuM adiournej; ■, . ' 

- rrfda.V. .r«(l. SO; 

A little aftrttrti, {he Court opened with the lisual cefemiAiie*,-^ 
and- a niucMarger audience attended than yesterday, jieoeral 
t^owe^heing oc^in called in, his evidence of tii« day be^e was 
read over, and his examination prweeded. 

In the cour«vof the ev idenc.-, it (JucdJcm waJ ptit; to whicH 

noctiunccted with the prem-nt cfiafgts. Tl/i« question h.nd a re- 
fcrejjce lo the prnpriuly in limr of m.iking the atiark j but the' 
■Jutlsq ytdvctati." s.ittint; ia ili'e Ciinrr, that the fh-it cDiirg«>' 
of laipropcr Condiicl nui.'t generally suthqucstiods, it 
-.vas judjred neressary to deaf the Court. _ , 

oil rc->dn;issioo it ap'peartd,- from thc'.Ptocccdlaifs; tfc«l the 
olu'eciion «a*over-rOled. 

Gen«frnl Gowor's examlnrtrlhtlfnnlc Hp tHft t-emaiode> of the 
ddv, niid the Court atfiiinrfiWl' (JH Atuoday next, as 'S^tilrday 
vas the Sfartvrdom of King Charle".-. 

It is supposed tlial GwieTal, (Jowvr's evidence i< far .frfiWf 
I ^ciag tinisUed. It;()ijreurs (lie trial must ixcesjjirily oc- 
..ipy siiine.w.-eits, .is the Court has not proceeded in-' his e**-' farther thajill^e Sihof.Fnlv. 


At <CeiHe>. In SeolJ.trd, Js'inH jlC^awMoi); fH trf IWtfc 
ye'r. — 3Iie w.v> a native of ihcf'arish'of iiuJl, and baf livM Itf 
•^r?e ceotur.<^*. . • j ... 

Lilely, Fr.^onv TTSrfV of 'f<nh'bnrrtdj^',W^'A k Sxv- 
ri\i>f psfslir.onioiw eha»i»B««v— We l*«d- lecretM. tWr<«irfl of 
• 111 tf' n htttifii fr\t^-fi ia «r Bb»ut bis dwetlin/;^ 'withbut i%^ 
stnictie-.'"! t» «ul>' l^ivmwhtre tw iiaJ tl;er-* • 

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FatOAT, J t!(..89. — Siupe MuiiUay we hate warcdy rtccivfd 
•ny tn*h tup •iie« of grain Aliliough thtfrt: is biit litiU Wlieit 
at market, )rt this remains iuH. Barti-y rcmnins as of latf . 
liniiic fully inainUiiiifthc prices of Mondav.'Wc- lia\csti!l aco«- 
liiiienble Mfutity «f Oat| on baud : tliii ifaAc is very hoavv, uid 
the prkri uOaa mai kot-day are u-itli great diflTiult j maiiilainej. 


IIOMOAY. ;. s. 

Wheat 4K a re 

Fi«e ditio '74 a 76 

Hje(.\ew) - - - - 45 a 50 

Bartej ------ 40 a 45 

MaH<NViT) 66 a 76 

White Peas, boilers 15« a I6J 

Gi«f .Pou • 60 a H6 

Brains ------ 58 a ' 63 

Tieli ditto (Old) - 5? a ^S 

riou - - S« a .10 

Ppland ditto - - - % a 40 
Rape Seed £^3 a. X«7 

Fin* Hour 58 a 08 

Seesuds 54 a 58 

rHiD.lY. t. ». 

Wheat 50-a- 16 

riiie ditio ----- 75 a 78 

R>eXNc«) - - - . 45 a 50 

Uarlcv -.--.. S6 a 40 

Mall iNew) - - 70 a IS 

While Peas, boiler* 1S6 a 160 

Cre^; Peas - - - . 64 a «8 

llealis -.---. 60a «5 

Tick ditto - - - . 5S a 53 

Oats .--...- SO' a '55 

Poland ditto - - - SS a ;S7 
Rape Seed jEg4a jC88 ' 

KiiK Flour - . . - 60 a 63 

Sfrniids -^ 96 « r60. 

Keiuiiiof Wheal, im-ldriinj; from Jaauarv I), te Jaaaary 16, 
Twlal, 7,80n qwarterj, from M)). tu 7Ts.— Average 71s. 7d. or 
1«. 5Jd. lower than last return. 

■ .» AVBa.UiK fltlVh oc cosm pkii qi.ibtmn, 
la CtiniX Urlusio, for tlw Week ^diii);, January 8T. 

Kns- iSfyaUs. 


f. i.-\ 
«!> V I 
4T Oj 
•3S l« 
99 a 

Eng. i; t*'ale$. 

Beans - - - - . - 
Pesis - ..•-•- 
(>ati»cal> •>. . - 
Bi,t - - . - 

s. d. 
65 9 
90 » 
40" 10 


B«rley,p(rraT. I i8 »• 3 B ) Beam, d<». -• .8 14«, 
Pea« £S 18s. a £,S St. per quiirter. 

" ■ — — ' — ■ ■ ■ — ■ 

Coftptitnffrom the returns madefcr the Week ending the 27th 
•f Jann-iry; 1808, it £.\ |l>. &d. per cwt. exclusive of the 
Duty of ('ostomy paid «r payable tltereon ok the haportatico 
thereof inlu (ireat Britain.- 

£. s. d. £. i, 

Sh James's, Ray ---4 0.a6 

Straw --..8 8 0a8 8 

H'hitechapel, Hay - - - 4 10^ a 6 

Clover - - 5 5' a. 6 Js! 

Straw- - - lU a 8 8 

SoMthfield, Hay ..-4 4 0a5l8 

. Clover • • 5 10 a 6 10 

Suraiv -.-2, 0a8 8 


£. s.d 

Averages, ( 


8 5 
5 5 
5 18 
i 18 

5 I 

6 Q 
8 I 


JT smirmriBut, sh^u^th, m» iM4»»tuuu. 

Exclusive of the Ofal, whkh mmisM of Hradn Katrailsoa^ 

Hide, and is worth about Id. per H). — pe» st. -af MIn. 


s. d. .<• 

Beef 3 8 a 4 

Mutton 1 10 n 5 

^'oal 5 6 a 9 

Pork 4 6 a 5 

Lwob- - ... -.0 a i) 
Monday. — Beasts, '2,7.50- 
Calves, - 120- 
FaiDAir.-— Bensis, 1,100- 

Calves, - 120 Pigs 


s. d. i. d 

Eref ■- S 

Mutton .S 

Veal 4 

P«fk 4 

Lamb -•-..-. 6 
Sheep and Lambs, 

P>KS - 

Sheep and lanUs, • 

(>a4 { 
Oa4 I 
Oa 6 < 
4 a5 ^ 
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Ho!ii>*r,jAN.8&.— AdaOT,54s. ; Hoi) itc4L 6;^. c Brv»o'.=< 
S3s ; KliiMD, »Ss. ; Croft**, 51 «.{ Wvlan, Mtr. M.; 'N»i 
bottle, 51s. t -WnirsKod (BHIs) 575 " 

43 »hip« 9i Market,.£rtr sold, 6 sailed, fiO loaded. 

Wei)NHsi>ay, Jaw. 87.— Adair's, »8».,6.L ? Blip's, Jft-i 
Boitrn Moor, 5.3s.! Croft 'i, 58«. ; Cow per, 5Is. 3d.; Moh 
f;atesliend,51s.s Hartley, 50s. 6<1. ; Hawksworth, 5*. H-! 
Pentop, SS^. .<»d. ; To«niv, 6»s t«<l. t Taafirtd, .54». 9d.t Wal- 
ker, 5*. Cd. : Wall's Und, *T». 3d. ; Wall's Ijid (.TempkO, 
57s. .Sd. ; Wail's Kud (Beirt)5Si'. Gd. 5 Wear W^L's HMrllii-t 
■Wiitefidd, 4.S». «=1. 1 • ' 

3ft Ships at Masfcrt, 81 sqU f UwMetk' .—^■^ 



Kem - - - - 

Susses - . - 

E<scx - - - 

JE. E. £. s. 
4.10 a « 8 
4 16 a 5 8 
4 16 a 5 8 


Kent - - - - 

Scuisex - . . 

i'arubam - - 

£. f. £. s. 
4 15 a 7 
4 15>a 5 IG 
8 'a 10 

Fnit) tT, Jax. 89.— Rijfg's. STj. ; Mtjaiofi, 50^. M. » llp»< 
ti>p, 5.^l^. ffd. ; Somh''Ylel>hBm; seit. .3d. ; 'ffinfield, 6S>- 
8 .Ships at Market, .'i sold, .1 Niited, aijd 3*> Innited. 


«. d. s. 
Stuff ... - - .58 a 59 
Snap, veTMw - 60 a 94 

mfttt'ted 00 a 90 

curd - - <» alOO 

Caudles, p. (loK. 00 a 12 

mould, do. flO .1 IS 6 

Tallow at St. .raities's, Is. 4d. 
4s. 44d. — Avcr.age 4« 

d. I 3. 

! Towrt TuIInw • m 
fj fYrfl.Wu.=«iii.d«».T» ff-HK »! 
»*! Whlfl-, do. - - «» » « » Uj 

d. h i' 

«hn »i 

Soap, - - — fl» 
(iraves - - - - 0© 
tioiid Dre^ -' 00 

Oh 711 

■hut n » 

Cl.ire, 4?. Sd.andWbftertapfl.l 
1. ^Jd. per ftone of SB>: 1 




Bank .Stock 

3 per C<nt. Consul , . . 

3 per Cent. Reduced. . 

4 per Cent. Cuosul. .. 
i per Cent. .Navy .\mi, 
Ka«W Lunf Autmities 
liBp.SpcrCi, Ann. .. 
Do. Ann. fur 25 Ycarf 
Irish 5 fst Cent. .... 

India .Stock . p. 

Do. Bond* ,^.......4 

.South Sea Slock ". 

l;ich. Bills, .SJd. ,, . . 
Lottery Tickets...... 

.City Ma. • 

i(>mnium . '. 

CVniol: for openiB; . . 
Po, for Fab. .^cc9U0( 


St. Paul 


S»ifjl 6 
(i.1J 63 




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634 Si J 

18 1-10 
6«| 3 
7 9-16 J 

Par lals. 

.... '4,3 pm. 
.... £-irjVii. 
.... £1 iW. 
. . . . « J par 

P. 1 di* 

I, Spin J' 
.'.SO \9i. 
£1 lU. 

6JJ i lOii 

(iSi 4 
63,1 I 

mi 4 

18 1-16 ) 

8?l i 


18 1-16 « 


8P.1 di.«. 
-fJO 19s. 
£'i Ms.. 



• Kihs" 
Chailes I 

p. 1 dis. 

'i, 1 pm. 
£1 lis. 
•■ii pm. 


■iterdani .35 
at Sight ?rt 
Rot ten! am IJ 

T 8 U. 


28 It 

4 'i'iXy 

5 84U. 

If.iinburgh 34 
Altnua . . . . 34 
PjiTs, I day's 

date .... 83 6 

Do SS 10 2 T'. 

Boordeanx . 23 10 
Madrid .... 41 effer- 
Cadlz 41 elTec. 

Ayio i>r Rank «fn Holla 

Bilboa . 41 
l«!ilerm« B*l.pft«»- 
r.rshort 49J , I 
.45} ' I 


'■ ^etioa . . 
Veiitee . 
f Spies J 
T.i'bon . . 
Oporrt . 
IHhlin ; 





\. Doil..7*3d.p..»»- 
nd 54 ne» Cent. 

Malta , 

f«)ttrii burgh 


WaterfUrd .. 
(irniKey . . . 

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Nl'MBAK «(]L, ' 


faiiiiir but Nomttrt- ftr tnitffrourfi to mta Uir atlealiotl 6T 

tttanattjOKU lonrard* (Itc ri»MnauKl uf llMtkl«s«iiigtOfPftiCe, 

b;ibo»ijittbtfmtiiatitHlight faeattatncd withtafiKy and ad- 

^•Mge. 3iJU, li««ev«r, tonie AiHlt«f rxi>l«tHiUoa inii; b« 

ttfiied of in i wn> tuty bo ra«r«tiic«H iVoiii mir arfwaicMir 

lbtP(ttei«*ctwtljr atlauwblej yat»Mll|oiiM bMNotira'm^ 

fcahila tWr wiadi^iTltb rrgitr^ to ti^ C«Adt<i«iM.- and rai- 

(iM^vpoataaMtejsttaragiuit copccwlon* bj ^bich the r«iu- 

hligavf trMql^)iit;|DB•tbc tuirohascd froih BcNM|«rW4 the; 

■»j be iavtgki toU^ tfm WW ai ike .^jr <*£i^pe ^o« dao- 

t«r wd.4itiia«g«n ■ . . 

Tewtiffy tiMM WHonajTbeacHatfiTby wcbapprt'henaloa*, 
*>i tt kriocaiM* 4tMc% in rt^ -tfc««14iH>ti(tioa» by wbldr 
*»<»«Ult la wUch wo aro at ymnit eagafOd may be bfoucbt 
bttehaiBatiut »e iwU endeavour to ^refenttbopuWitiMWi 
I Tie* of wbal oBT bt ^TM^iptohaidf cwice.d* or dpataad, and 
tfcuhw oold. h« o«f hOarot t04Mert or iwese. W« Ihv« 
tWfcml botk Ue leWar aa4 the spirit. 9f th« T/«aty irf 
A«*w» wo ta*eob»«r*td,tba.4(e»i<»»«i4*rttM«l«»«orBo- 
■VWtoili* tfe«t.iN»io4 } «• h««* miMMy ««wiNa«4^Jw aa- 
^tMB* w alti ej <f aU Himt w n rtra< <. a ryWch i»,k fiMt 

mi«nM*ii ]>Mal>i«l^iirii «|piuitiH «rjg(Mia|«Me, K^ 
*»»the«t«wioirao4f<iw«I»d«tJ«ioMa»»iW £«|>)iy; aad 
wtewawfdly MMkineil tWa wiBU^e*Mtl«M/>e M* prnm 
«jr«l «hkb •• (nt^nHy mfft%t it die i^liUe^ atricgiMt o^ 
IJV***""** lt*»'nwtbwe4kMY»»bMeae*«!*do»rvlew 
«*<ijia«i«« ittoeli Bonaiiarte «%fc» b, wl«ii« to coiH 
*"ift«eeirttl» tbi* cowtry •., nor are wi wUhoat podiive 
■«"»Ba« o« the m^jecl, tf potldni JnfoniiaUoo, t*t»trvm 
*fal-i^™«i circle^ naneitaal ta#.BUK>Hty»ith cooriu- 
«*tei»a finM cifcMMaacei nkkn pvn w> aacenfirily affect 
M iS? ""* •"•**• •''^ BfgitcUtiiHi. Ui««4eukaamitbtt 
l^lw, wkM any si^aiaatloa of iuiportaaw U in viaw, »#■». 
'*"«*• K»l»«We coaJitiow afe cjrcnlated amoi« tboie •«. 
Shu *hieb tbe m«it «fa(i«sdIi«»ri»otHiff! ebaaetert retort. 
TMl IbaedMcbn ate dUeaued « Uk Ar«do*i, and nacb In- 
.■"•^k«» *'«* "^Mtl to the nbHtet and tbe state of pob- 
U^a"^' *» ISMok' fty tboie at the head of political aiRUrs. 
"*■ aAraalBge is oftea taken by foretTunent of th«i« poUdcal 
«rt«. lo diffoae thote seDttmrals which U wishes io itnpreu 
hJ-^^'^'' **"" "**"' «»keUi«irt»nBfromfte»e snpe- 
»"lT^ Variooj^V*'/* relative to (h« Conditions of Pi^ce 
** dm Brifchi, have lately beea drcnUtcd antdDg tiic po- 
*«l«l»i at Pani | and If th«y afe WK iietMaUy di«rih«lM 
■TWafAe kiiibet p^wm, to tfy tbct;eeiiactof «bey«^le, 
JS!f "' ^"^ innntA by k( t^Dtmhruce. By a ebanad on 
•WA we coaMeuly nlty, (he coftttiiiU of teTmt of tbih» pn>. 
till. f?*^..*" '■'^^ kaowledge-l aad thoUg» uott of tbcia 
-~" ■'■'•' ^*y jo their Um>, jet tbe amti latellifeoi bear 
•^ ttwabteaceta.wlHU wUI bo foaad is Hm pecMtt dU- 

Mi^y^^^^'f*^ wm require tbe adtaowledfiiieot of 
tu n *^ ^ ha»a«»«iBed in his own person, of ihc form of 
SI"*??* ■■* •■•» w«cb he hot cMablitbctL, and in jbort of 


be nade oa tba part of eoi' goreniiaent to aeccdc to thhd*- < 
arnad ; for it is long since we ba«e disavowed every iitt*iiti*aff •- 
iaterfrriuK with the iotmial )>o1icy of Praacei 

JiIkU II.-t-Bonapart« wIM raqaire the aeitilowt«:l)(tti«i|l »f " 
those lubui'diiiate Sovert-'igwi whom he ha« etthfr rri-at*!, af 
advanced to feigfeer tfAfs'.orVgjriiodlaod by territorial aceH< 
•ions, oreotvlled among fboti dkpendeot Allta vshtA twn ttt 
important ti part in bis new plan of empire. Tbi» % ill pro. 
bably b« a t*p»c of nuteb ;di«caMioa j since, by accediopto it| 
▼e should at once formally renooRce every bopd of sevlng H»l« 
land, and the other •ul^t'cied coontries-of Eutttpe, rest^TM M 
ft-eedom. Tba idc* of leaving France lo the uutiiolrsted poMe** 
■iaBor«icbTBsta<qHi<iliolM|-ir, initoedi axtremely tBoftifyii^l 
i>u( baAna wethialt of waj>tag perpetoal War on this M'eo«nt» 
wa ausfrtsoasider wbctbet there is any cbiuiee of oar botttlitm ' 
prodocinga remedy. No one will aver that there i>| and, if 
tills be the ttMi-aewiior policy can bed«vi<edonourparttba4 
to sell to Bonaparte, at as high b pHce as ptfjilble, oUr •#• 
9uie*caMKjii.l)ii^U'ofeiig>iny •• 

^rtMe 111.'— Honjuf mm -will .4et«aod from lit to tutt^^tt . 
bis ri(bt to-inCRfere fai iba aasitidi^ oiairi of Evop* }. aad, b) 
retw% b« wUl raeofaiae oar Hgbt lo iultrfere hi co«tiifMii4 
tlbttt. - tbi«i tbe Frenrb Go*erna»ot aclino w ted^di wal tl|«l| 
view dteiaf -the nagatidtioos la 1806 ) aad tbas we sb^ld ever 
be eatiiled, by the expf«t» letter of a treaty^ to iatar fere t«t 
pt^vantiag those ia«raachilKnts an oflier (xMtllMtttal f9m»t$ 
wbtei S mm p t t it atayheteafttr laeditate, 

JU^HcUW.-imA.ll tormet i»«»aei, tf libt pOttt tfm fa «M*^ 
|0ete sileac^ to b« dedared mill and votti. . ioch a stiyalMiat ; 

U aMr«baaiiMriy re^aired-bjrtlMtwir tMHeof tiMfsiaEarayat 
BQT conW we ha«« «ay rMaw te iwMmimti^f i«aiii»t 1|. . %k* , 
I — lui m of^wab • tttMwal of treatiai Was« iad««d, brought a* 
an acaasaHoa <g«iiM the fraaiert of tbe Treaty of Amirm | but 
the ehmige tras entirely « iiboat any just fouedatioii \ aad since 
that liBM, the siaU ef things has UBdeir|aec aXUl ittoni cstnt* . 
ordinaryoad t-o«pH« rCvdlatleo. 

Article V.'«>4onie demands wlU be taad« by fitMdpjirie fof 
coafii^ing to neattab tbnte righu which werodeaiaoded by tii« 
^ortberu Oonfodcracy ( biit be wili-sobo discover a prettMf fa( . 
abaodoBiag this jrropositihat as tbe rights rehired are isastl/ 
mftmify id the tinte of IVace. Kor U it . probable that ouf 
CoMraaMat tooaU demaad fraai him as explicit disarowai af 
Ws |««tei»ioas f for they cda aCvel- be nMd« valid, antit «« • 
hate ion the xammaad ofthegeasiaed tbea noleuer afaXnaty 
IMtid settite them lb as for a ibcHoeat, 

^rfi'ol* VI.-»Great Britala will demaad a Conniierdat TifMf 
nitftitee^t- tbe renewed good>wUI of Frtacer bm Bm*' 
pant, tbod^ far inore latereited la It than we are, will i>rob»> 
bly itot accede to tbij deamad. He bas, trtdi<ni, on no»l ocni> 
sions shown a Very ctunfliets igaoramie of the matt teeatisl io'- 
tersts af eoataierce, nor can he dis<erd the vast advabtoges wbtak 
a poor nation must derive from iu interceorte -nlib a rleb» • 
tfaoagb the rirli natiod theiM nppeaiiat Crtt, from the fttstar 
Uiiplfty af Its means, to be entirety the gainer. 

./f rficlt Vll.—In cebsitleratlon of those cortthitntal pnmtf 
tiom wAich Bonapai^e will he allowed to rettti«, he wlH net 
betttale to give us dp, or leave In our ban4t wbatevin' may b« 
accounted neoessilry to Qfeat Britain herself. lie will gu.v^ata* 
tn us Hanover, the Cape, Malta, and very probably ^e Pvrch 
Colenlet ia Soath Amerloa, aad the Fiviicb in the East IntliM 
t»18M, Xi4i»ywjri a«yr«»ty a ^m tioMiUamjfrmt *a#«lMt 

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vntuiiiarily odikd to the lint of oor arquisiiioos, the Ititmi of 
Tobago, oil <he (round of ill bfii«( an Eagliih Colour. 

JrlieU VITI.— Bonaparte will demand the reuion of Sieil^, 
t« complete the kingdom of kit hnotiier tha Kii^ of Naplet. It 
•roald indeed be an unfair cirrunntance for King Joseph to 
lw«c fo lajTKe and poputou* an bh neighbonii|aod,.ttill 
•rkao«r)ed|;iBg the xrav of that mnnarrh it horn he had drivra 
from hU other pottewioM.'" Great Dritain, howtf cf, ^"1 "ot 
eMMrql t» K* ber ally (Mpoiled of territories which (be can dr- 
fett, onlew a itff lar^ rompfenvation, meh as she would bet 
'willing to accept, khnnld ba prnrided for him. The Ital(«ric 
I4wid«, which France propoKd a* aa equivalent, are by no 
tncau* • (ntSvinit cnntpeusatiou H* Sicily, whether we ttgutA 
tlieir roainitadr, their fertility, their population, or their 
ftten^th. It docs not appear, hOAverer, Uiat the Franch were 
likely, in IMt^to make this an article nna qua nont adlr it it to 
he mpp«te4 tlwit they wotitd have broke off a ocfociation 
uieirly on thU accoaot. 

jirtMe IX.— France .irooM refine to aegociate naten in 
ewwrt with Rucsia, and wonld therefore demand that the 
^i\m» of this ally rlwuld be rathfied. To this we could not 
well reftise oar sitcDt, as tve broke off the lasit negoriatlonwilk 
yrntre, merely becawe >he would not listen to sifch a proposal 
on Our part. We could not rijiect, as onreasmMble, a propositi 
«n the fcaionaWeness of which we bad oarselv** lo loodly iu- 

^r«c'« X.— Reparatinn will be demanded for the damage 
which Denmark uttahied fraai o«r forces, preriom to the 
dertarstion of War. That ]H>wer is aow the Ally of Rotsia 
Md Fr%nre, and both these powen have pledged themselves to 
•r«rure for her this reparation. We orast achlMwIedge that 
tlic dtScnIty attending a rompromiie of this eiritiimsiance, is the 
•nfy nbttacte which se^nM likely to perplex the negociation in a 
ve^y ferloui manner ; yet we cannot conceive that oor notions of 
national pride, either on the one itde er the other, hboaU allow 
the c«aieqaeaees of this trinsacttoa to dcfriTc tba anirerte of 
thcbleisiagsef Peaee. 

/IrHile XI.— Great Britain will demand of France the rmti- 
tuAon of those- territories of which she has lately robhed Por. 
tugnl. To this dennind,' it is not more likely that, the Fren^ 
will accede, than that we should pay a compensation to Den 
mark, tt is probable that, in the event of negorintion, (he two 
tra°U9(wtions with mpoct to' Portugal and Denmark, n ill be set 
off againtt earh other i and that some Spanish islands wiU be 
altoted as a fttrlherroiiipeDiBftnn to the Prince of tlM Urazils. 

JrlUh XU.— Great Britain will demaod Cor her faithful ally 
the King of $weden, tbi* restoration of those postessiom in Po- 
meraal* which hare been wrested from him by the arms of 
Ffaoce. It is not, however, to jbe expected, that Bonaparte 
wbl' readily retract tho>e threatV, which he has so often ut- 
tered again<t that restless and spirited monarch, to deprive him 
entirely of every posseasion wliich might give him any tiUe to 
interfere in the affairs of Germany, (iroat Bri'ain, on the uthrr 
hand, could never consent to see the King «f Sweden left wii boat 
a»y indemnification ; and it is probable thnt theltrtile gcaias of 
Bonaparte, ni,ded by his complete comuasd 4if eontinenifU 
territory, wouldi soon devise an expedient to reeoacilc these 
difltenltits. Byaa ac^'csiionof the populous and coamercisd ter- 
ritory, t« the South and East of Holstein, Denmark might b< 
raised to the tank of a considerable continental power i and 
Bopapaijie would ti^ to the auiinosUy excited in this power 
against Britain for,* long continuaoee of her friendship with 
FraiKe." Ip lien oT.this accession of .territory, Denmark might 
not bcimwilLingta rcnonnce her claim to the iahospibible re- 
gions o^ Korway t and these, in lam, roijikt afford to Sweden 
such a compensation as mi^t sooth her feelings for the loss of 

Such are the stipulations si'hich would, ' at present, probably 
form the basis of a negociatian.between..Fr.-uire and England, 
if these could be ai\iuited to the latisfaction «f both parties, it 


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is not probable that considerable dTflirulti'es would ocenf «i|h 
rrgand to less important points. The fejutt wotild certainly be 
liighly ajdvHDtagcoHl to both paiiirst since, in the Cenditinnt 
which we have specified, Bonaparte fuikct no demand wMth 
could dimiiiiih either the powpr or the prosperity of Britain; 
uar are the demands of Britnln anywise rcpagnant to (he iu-' 
tcretts of France. 

There at« men, both In Britain and lo-FranM, who aiifht • 
quarrel with the moderation of the^e citnditiow, and think that '" 
neither of their goveminents « ere jusi iCrd in cniuredii^ so much 
to the enemy. The sanguine French politician might exriaim, 
that the modem Cvthage (mght tn be hnmbled, that the nuglit 
to be compclh;d to renounce her .is:<uiiird tyranny over Ihe.scaj, 
and be liroaght to acknowledge herself ex.nctly on a level with 
all other maritime nations. Onr Knglith politiclatti of rife 
same stamp will, no doubt, tind that sttch conditions ite tame, ' 
spiritless, and insecare ; that Bonaporte ooght to be made to 
stipulate ezaeily the number of ships which he shall be coflHed , 
to build' or maintain in the hai^otirt both of France and of her ', 
dependent allies ; and that lie ought not to be left in possrssioa 
of thenomernus imphrrtant naval stations which be has ocMpied. 
Bnt it it evident, that neither the one nor the Other canror 
speetively force its nntagonist to submit to such Conditions : 
and between faidepcndent nations, everyman of real dlscemmcot 
will allow, that a Peace of modeiatloa is alone likely to be per* 

We eannot close this article withirat mnarking tliat the light ' 
in which Bonaparte views this conntry, at present, fs very dif- 
Irrent from that in which she appeared to him at the period of 
the Peace of Amiens. At that titne Fraiice had not fairly tried 
her uttermost eflbrts against Britain i and Bonaparte, on tiirvey- 
iiigliis own vast resources, and observiag that Billafti had al- ' 
ways so anxiously courted and "bought the asistoncertrf folHgtr 
Allies, wiiile France bad so complMely overtuiiied' fliese coin- ' 
bimttions, eonceitM that NrHatn was acftraHy unable to coti- 
teod siogK-handed wMi Fiwice, a«i had even the temerity t» ' 
make a public boast of this oi>fnton. But ex pericnce has tlore 
proved to him the (Mter futility of sach notions ; nnil at prestint, 
though Franre is assisted by the anited power of the Continent, ' 
the has been aUe to shew her antawtlty against IMtain, only bv ' 
vexations decrees which have annthHated her own a omm sr te 
and injatti that of neutiwl liatiom i >vhUe'BfMihi, attogMker 
hryond the reach of ber enmity, continues to insiitt bt^ coattt, 
and to navigate tbe Seas in perliKt security. It it not'Ilkrty, 
therefore, that Bonapartr wHI siHRrr s«toe suddlen gust of p«>- 
sion to precipllhte him again inia hostilities witii a datioa. ' 
which, he kimws froia experience, is capable of intlicHng ail his 
subjects such serious injuries, while retaliation it be'^ood bis 


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No. VI. 


The Lilifvty of the Press cotbidrrrd as the patladlff 
of our free Constitution: while the fortner is c.trefully preserv- 
ed, nc cannot be deprived of the btlier. Of ^his^ Constilntlon, 
which we are naUirally so anxious to gnard, there it no part' 
which'in a greater degree promotes the happiness' of the flf 
jecl, er mme eAMoaUy wards off every specif of opprcMian, 
than Trial bv Jury.' Ma<:h, indeed, then, it it to be deprecated 
that tlic Freedom of the Press, and Trial by Jury, should ever 
be found, by any chance, foes to each other. The guardian of 
tfu! Coiwtitntinn Is thut fotuid attempting to deifroy what rt * 
can alone preserve^ that form of trial withoat Whiehtbeacra< • 
satloasjBfiiitasf ev»r.y trivia) abuse of thcMcsf, woaM soon lead » 
to the total detlmctiou of its freedom. The one caniiot stand , 
without the other, nor oqr libertirs without cither. 

Vie have been led into these rcflcctliiht by a late vm vfalaitt 
attack which has appeared in several Numbers of The htdf 
P'ndeut Ifkigs a-aimt the verdict of a Jury ina rase of murder. 
Wa do not ptrlirnd to judge in aav degree of the jatlice or in- 
justice of the dccbivu pott, oof ihatl re »t all i^vc ear pfivate 

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IK SS«« »f2'A« r»He;>,«<fc«« H-Aiij have hern co«- 
I^rt^ttel^ cMMequfnc« which must .i«u« .hoold the 
jSa,'« h a^prchroded, commence » pro^culion apMUt the 

liCTtr* rtK. l»oUi drll and erimln^, thw? must be some «ri. 
h-l^^ch the»>i.p»(.»^»: ^Ihe «i«l<.m of »u 
feStkm kLh. wr coaitry><7mmiltcd the final drcUiou of all 
^fS^iSThtSel-.m^d libcrtie, of the P'oP'" "'^5^- 
CT-d totwd« impartiul men, of the rank «f 'hf /cciiwd. 
C'«r,«> to deride the «ia« ""^'^ J^^ •'^'.Vn .Hl^ir 
f«tk«ii and that every thiivt n>a» be made P'*'"*^'"',; 
Bfc«»<linp,andth:itno aubiety "h'xtever ma> be left «i 

ite. trrfict until iVey have all become «;'*"'»'>"''"'»''" 
mwm of ibe s«ilt or innocetHe of the ac<i.ied. No "«»'<'"''«» 
mTrisc^ any c.pHient by which personal »^'^y'^*^ 
wctMsplrtely secured W the snbjert i and the iMtaofes are 
ZLSe inwWrh English Juries fcave asserted .l«- Inno- 
rrfrtrir Peers in defiance of all the arts aud threuu of the 
luttlite power. i,. # t 

USaeb has been found to be the superior benefits of a Jury, 
«.Wttlbuualinrnml.«il causes, it •""-»"/ 'JL""'^!;!,«-"i» 
tMHriil artinst this institution, for <uch dcfecfsas rtonrrt be 
wonlrtftooianv human establishment. So nnirti i» tne u»- 
-mJttyof Jiities guarded by the in«Suer '■ W^ifMhey *' « 'e- 
lwnl,ttalbrihery or private influence is altope.lier out of the 
,«i«i, »»d if. therefore, oh any occasion, » ^ "'^ ^L"'*" '" 
^«M«towhat the spectator thiuks just, ,1 ,5 certainly by 
•Tt^bii, that this opinion should eniillc the spectator to 
kMitkf Jury with the odious crinio of deliberate petjury. 
T,d«Bcn, thoujh applyinc all their jwaetration to diwov^er 
tieltitbof the evidence hr..usht before them, may possibly be 
W iMo mistakes, may condemn the innocent nnd "rq"'* »"' 
piltv < tNU this U mach Icis likeli than that a cUn.our rtioald bn 
fifiirf either for or aeainrt the acca>ed among "^P*""^ "* 
Uttt.irtohirte neither heard nor weighed the evhJrnee, nor, 
lit the lolenm oblijatlon of an oath, hare deliberajely made 
If their derision. 

Wew»dd«either rsk the mouths of men, nor bind np their 
|flB,t«MrTeot them from delivering their opinions, either «ith 
npti U> the verdict of » jnry or any other questirm. fhej 
<sjap«tiate on the evidence ; they may point out the circum- 
«««i eq which, iri their opinion, a -verdict ought to have 
tmti; tkcT may declare, that their decision would have been 
4*mt, lad they sat on the trial. So far, certainly,, the priss 
•up), otherwise iu freedom is a mere dead letter. But thi 
I^idmt Whig iatar from beiufi conleiited ivlth this de|ree or 
l^ijt it directly awcrtf, that the man who was found Inno- 
twijiilty, that tb«eviden>.e clearly demonstrated him to be 
i>>BiiUtthi^jary, with open eyes, committed a direct and 
Wikmif act of perjury. This is a serioijs aud, indeed, a fla- 
mubnn it is Miekairaanot be pa««e<i«ver by thcjury, 
'«Whtkdr capacity of a poblie tribunal, or .is private men. 
T'linit has threatened to publish the naities and n-sutenre of 
•SlkeJBjmeo, a* it U;i5 already done th:it of their foreman; 
"'itai, ■> it were, to »et a mark upon them as perjured men, 
»k«M|ttto be hooted and expelled from soeietv. In thij 
wntioo of tbtogs, tlie jury have no other ivsource but a legal 
imxntioo t« rescue them from a load of perpetual infomy. 
ir> pttnetaliaasboiild be eoameoced a«;ain>t The Indcptndent 
VOf, there '» little doubt of iu being successftil. Even if the 
WaniheaM prefer the civil f«m of prosecution and sue for 
*iiips, it is impouible that th* Whit ''"«»''* "■''* K"od it> 
*«?»( fur that would be to make one jury judpe the vcrdiel 
•t >i«ker. But if the.criminal form of proiecutioa should b.- 
»<*n«4, as most probably it will, even the truth of lU alle- 
Piins«wM not be orted in iU defence. By tliif means the 
mtsaof the prcu^ nod the inviolability of the decisions de- 
h<wlb}.jaria, will come to an issue, and the former will 
■•t M mtl by the criminal fully of men Who abnso it for 
»F»»«t parpoief. Well may it be aUcsed, that tkt inrfe- 
r*ini WUf is in ant days, one of the greatett eneaict of the 

'Htfcjwy teemed, indeed, to decide directly n^alntt evl- 
*«». it was the province of the Judge to have sent them back 
{• •namider their verdict; a power which has frequently 
*»<• eM4o;re4 ia rases of very little importance. Bnt the 
J'^ff UMdf has sot, on the prejeut orcasioo; escaped his 

ftammi aas sot, on we preieut orcasioo; escaped .... 

'•fcnaate; and it ha? been alle#:ed, that in summing op 
•««»*«B, it was not nece«sarv to have been so particoLir in 
»**H •Wtbe {ETunnds on whicb the prisoner might be ac- 
yl»tt. this objettioo is still more nnreasonabl* than what 
» k«« Wild a{»iMt the T«dictof the jury,' It U tWprejiet 

business of the .lodge to «t« op t»e>«WeB«s .wltl» perfect irajj^ 
partiality, and. to omit no circumstance 'hich can we^li 
rtther for or . afSim-t the prisoner. But the EnRlBh 
common law goes still farther: ■,«, "q"'"-^ that «••« ju'r' 
should consider himself as eoonsel for the prtsouer, and 
consequcmly bound to he mast iwneular i.i reeountlng 
every cirenmstance tliat may weigh, on the side of mer- 
cv. This singolnr trail of bomaolty has arisen from a very 
cruel practice in our criminal procedure, one of the •barbarous : ■ 
remains of the feudal svstem. Accordins to that sy.«tem, both 
the lands and the people were considered as the property of tt»e 
King; and hence tlie Art ton arow, that all oflenoe»/l».j.engain«t, 
the wbjects were aj-ainst the Kiog.-..- But it was th-tfid.t unpar- 
donabli in tho* d»ys, that a subject should '«':""«'•'' '" P"""! 
against the King in his liwn courU ; and tlie,p«» 
was denied evorr aid ou his trial. In eases of high treason, 
where the KingVas pertoreUly interwted, not only xvns tho pri- 
soner refused the assiJtnnce of coon^el, butit was even acrounlea 
a special favour if he were allowed to ,nmm,.n »vitne^sesmbis 
■favour, to cro«.<jueriio» those of the King, or th makt anV 
eoneluding commV-nIs in his, own behalf. Sarh was the shvie of 
things when Sir Walter Raleigh prayed for deliverance fronvlhe 
bM^ lams of England. An alleratioa, which does bonour to . 
the humanit v «f modem times, hat taken (ilace in these aOairs ; 
and State Trials arc uinv couductea, as they so much reqnirc to 
be, with every indulgence to the prisoner. In the or<li«iry 
criminal prosecutions at common law, however, ^the arcus«d-is . 
»till left at a cruel disadvantage : he. is allowed the ass-wtanc^ of 
<;ounsel merely in suggesting qacstums to be put to tJie wit- 
nessis, and ingivlng him hints for his own procedure. He is 
MIoued no assistant* in suinmiag up the evidence, or ni ftaling 
his CISC in the most forcible rammer to the J ury . t rom bis ifc- 
noranecand want of aliility, he is usually obliged to cousisn . 
himself silently into the hands of bi» Jodgss.- 

The humaiilty of the Kogltsh character, revolting nt the 
cruelty of the«s institntioas, and yet unwilling to depart from 
ancient forms, has endwivowed to •"'"^."P .''"^ •*/''' ''>;''^ 
si wular fiction, that the judge is to Reconsidered as coon*rt 
for the prisDuer, and a« bound to sum up the evidence bi his 
behalf It is ccriaiii that the consciousness of Uns otwumstance, 
operating upon the mind of the nudge. iuM frequently »nfluem-ed 
the nature of the charge, airf it i» not possible that frequent 
complaints sbooU not be mised both ..gainst judie. and .|uries 
mail thisverynnJKstlfi^bJedefc" i« our forms of criminal pro- • 
cedurc bo remedied. ._«^____=. 



PAmn. Jas.83.— rAeM«»«/«r of the«lth contains a Do- 
cree of the Conversative Senate for colling onl the cnnscription 
oJThe "ar \m U is to eo»i.t of 80.()p0 to be drawn from 
the youths of cii;hteen nnd nineteen years of age. 

By anotheV I>ecreo of the Oowwvwory Senate jn the tame 
paperrtbetown* of. IteM, Cnssel, Weser, and F«»»h';«r. *;« 
SXdtotbe French l«P'«=7Kehl. tothe deW^ni^rtof Ae 
I<ower Rhine ; Cassel, to the department of Mount Ttmncrej 
Wes^l. to the department of tho Rger i •»> FUshwf, 4o 4i« 
department of the Scheldt. _ 

CoFB!«i», J*K.».-Tfc« fbUowlM: Corrtspondence It 
,.f the groatcstimportMcet ltc»Mm«Bc« after the taking of 
CopeBhaJjcn, nnd*.*. ».» wbat meant the English Goverment 
has wcoiirs* to oblai* their ends. 

.'<o.l.-E*<««« •/« RtPprfftom X. ftlST, Charge S '^If^i'^'* 
C<i»nJB«RNSTOnrP, dnfedtondoir, Sspt.ST, 180T* 
It was probably to give more weight-to tbe^ considerntiyt, 
which Mr: Canning proposed to me. By reading to -e Kstei^ny 
his first minute of tTie propositions of the gonit of London, that 
hethouAt It right toaddtoitabriefexpowtMinoftheconse- 
onence which tb« refusal on onr part to treat wouUl be attended 
with He t^en read to me (he following five menace, which it 
conwined.-l. The confiscation of all the ve.stelr already de. 
3r°Pd vet to be detained. 8. The capture of*nr .o»«i.«. 
S Thi destruction of our trade. 4. The possibility of b<il« 
obliged to introduce Swedish troops itito Copeuhageo. 5. Tte 
^ee^ity which might arise, of rewarding and indemnifying his 
?wcdi"h Majesty with the possession «f X'^^^Ti^Iki^SiS 
jttd'cd U fit to leave out thcic menace* to the tQfgi of the »«rt»l 
Vote which he sent me. 

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No. ll.—Bttraa af * Hti^lfnai UuSmmtlt theSame, iaUd n 
London, "id Octoker, 1807. 

I thonKhtMr.Mrrry had ukni hit 4e|Mi*Mi« vlwn be r»\\ri 
on me yntentay, and luld nie thai (ndligrnce mreWM hy Oo- 
Ternmnt had wtmtiei bis itfmtwcr, and andt Mr. Cannioe 
with to we me once rtore before he «s|Mt«k«l him. I waited 
•ceurdinfly on the MiniKer, accompanied by Mr. Merrv, The 
ahjeet of the interriew was to arqnaint me, ttiat a mafr*M ar- 
rived this mdmins, who hadbroagiit Ike coatirmalioa of thedii- 
poMtioo of bis Swedish .Migeiity to co-opMm(e witt ht»Rr)tMnie 
Miuetty for the commod luleresi, inraie that his ailittaiire »hould 
be wanted! in otheT wordi, that Mwedlali Iroojwwrre ready to 
replace thmenf the Eitglish GoverWMBt ia Zealand, if th» tat- 
ter werft oliIi<e.I, on account of the <»t>ildla(t«n, or another 
dntinaiion, toevocu.'ite tfaatlilaad. 

Mr. C^niiihe conclude*! kj- pro^oalaf; to me to arail mrieir of 
the departure of .Mr. Merry to jiieM mv Co»it to aerale to an 
arrangement, the refuial of whitfh would ooBvoidablT befhUow- 
ed by the Swedi.h eo-operatioa, and to repreaenf to my Court 
the urgent neceuiiy of comiog speedrly ta.oae preNtntoarrae- 
eontmodation. ' 

No. in--<./>«er/rim C«m(Bi!R;tn'<tPr, Diitihh HinMef fir 
torrign AJf^n, to B,r»n Wrrrr.mEOT, First Secretary of 
the Cobnut of iit Smedhh Ma/totf, dated Kiel, Oct. It, JWT. 
Parmit me. Sir, to iipply direct to you, to require of voo oO- 
tfially an explanation, which h itimportant for my Court to ob- 
tain in an authentic manner. The Knjli.h Government had 
thon-ht proper to make a proposition to rav Cnnri, in part, ou 
f be threat of a eo-o^ratton of Sweden (n the hoMile measure! 
of Great Britaia agnlnjt DeoBiM*. The Cabinet of London 
i!"'^ "!,^"' ""' '"'" Swedish Majesty has offered to cause 
the English troops in Zealand to be rrpfaced by part of his 
own troops, in ease that the ftmner should be obliged (o eva- 
eoM* that island. The loyatly of.tbe Sa»ere«gn, whose ioten- 
tioas It b tbu attempted to eahmmiate, and the nature of the 
reUtions which rabsiat betwMB DeaaHHc and SwwtiHi, toAcieM- 
ly pro»e the hIsUy of tbat imidinH assertion. But trc shall 
fcei great suliftetina to be asrtbOTtaed by hi* Swedish Miliesty 
biUMelf, to ainwer by • formal and flat denial, an Insinuation 
wure iiuariooi to hlaitbM It Is to as. This, Sir, ts the only 
•wtire wM(A iaduce* neto^emand of vou a frank and positive 
expUnatioa oa thb subject. I take Iem»e t« reanett you will 
««id it me by the bearer of thi« laltar, Mr. Holster, Lieutenaat 
of the Uoyal Navy. 

9o. l\.—An*merfrom Banui VlK7n*%Knr, JTMtfcr ofSUte, 
dattdllrblnturgh.Oct. n,lM1, 
This note contains a refusal to eorretpood in any other tlwa 
the official mode. 

Wa. v.— jVate adJreuti »jr U« JfiaMer o/««ff Count Bsan- 

UORFV to Baron TAuaK, Ckargt d'jtjfaUa of kit SwtdM 

Mojeitf, dated Kjul, N««. ^180?. 

this note ik the smom! hi iiibWaace exactly a* note M. 

((our other ^otti wen iaterAaoged on this subiect, witbaat 
toy explieU aawra- brin, «j,ea, and the conopondeoee was 
clo;c4 wubtthfl following 

Vm tiX.'Wir«r» wUitt»t4 Inf Aaron TAtJBjt, to Ctunl Bsax- 
ttOBPP, rfwaf Afrf, Z>rc, «J, laet. 

The Undersigned has broughtthc qoie M the knowledge of the i 
King; his master, which CoaM Bemstorff bad thegoodnets to ad- 
iTwinhimiii^jfbofBv. tMiaii%the aoqAanirimi malird 
by the Court of Copenhagen, wWiPBgard ta a rmeaded denun- 
cialutn of iiuentionsentertaJMd hy Swedao, to orevpy the Island 
of Zeahind with Swedish troops. TJtB IUa« MiMed to exalaia 
hiimelf on t>iis sul,^ctj bat a« the UaitUh tiovenment detiie* 
an knswer, thjU hiHl hl» Mt^Oty j»<U«l k necessary to occupy 
Zealand wrth his troopsiioiafly willl iJidise of hit .iJly, b« shouU ' 

.!*. ?f '■ ""* *'"' Kiiw wishes tbat he may never end hSni-' 
!^ jj^*!*!"** •" '■^S''* •"»' h* (IW Vt act otherwise.— The? . 
Undersigned has the honour to renew to Conot BernstoHf the ' 
asnnuice of 1^ high coasideration.— f JtonMcar, Jan. 23.) 


Jaw. S.—The lOih nit. the battery of the Three CrowiH 
Mopped amsH under Russian eoloots, and which liad been fut- 
nuhcd with false papers, atteiting rhnt she came from a ijeuifal 
port! the real papers bciot hid in a false h.-im, made of tin, 
ao«rlacod la a locker in the Captain's cabin ; a Danish sailor, 
wba was on board agalost bU will, discovered the deception to 
the Offieer sent en l>oan!, and told him tbtU tW ship camr 
n-wn Lo»toi. Her caijo, amsistiiu; pt kerseymeres, pieees of 
haMMKhi«ft, eu. ts Tailed at l,0Oi),O(» ri» dollanC 


r. WOtI 
»e vtrtj 



There are again near Gotlenbargh four Kngttib ships, wkWI 
design to iuterropt the oavigatino between Ucaaark aad Msf 
way. The Asiatic ComiMay eapcrt tba-.evtum of AnriUft 
richly Isdea, estimaied at the value of S,)M,6W> riz i»lka| 
i)aiiisll currency. 

mfMh i n i H ' 


JAiitAlc.l.«Kl»es>oir, Drc, IS.— Tbe Kingston rrgi 
and three troop* of bone, were mustered iw the parade esriy 
Wednckday morninf < when they imucdiatel.v received otdcn 
jiroercd in di«iM»ni> through the city, to tearth the N< _ 
botises, ftr. for fire arioi, which mi.i;iji have improperly cui 
into the possession of the >irpocs ) but feir, tiu«r<\rr, v< 
found. The different aveniici to the city ncrrguRidedb"' 
rogolan, aitd the troops of hoise visited the pens in the 
olty. A £iw foriiiga«(s wcro takcil up, but afterw anli, oa <ii 
aminatloD, libehsied. Ia the mouth uf September, s itmiffii 
gale of wind was felt is the Bayof Mexico. At Campeorbej SI) 
houses ivere destroyed, and about M Te^scls lost. Ttie bde torn 
to sucb height, as to drive vessel* three milt sin!d the inlcliot, 
A'bout twelve tcikU wei« lott at/Vera Crux,, and mostof Ikt 
crews perisbed. . ^ 




ttoriBkYf PBB. I, l0O8t 

£««» CAircjnr was introduced as a British Pe<^, and 
liie ontlis and his seat. As soon as he and Lord Gamtiier. 
taken their pUres, 

'Thu Loko CtULUCMtMB addressed himself |o htui C«thr«rt«l 
and comauinicated to him, from a paper ia his hand, the ihaali 
of the House for his service* in tbe late exjirdiitom Uc asard 
his Lordship tliat the House attached tbat value to a RrsoleiiwI , 
of tbis natare, tlutt it never was conferred but ^rhrrr the aKuf 
niludc of the service performed wab prupurtiflnalely dlstinguiw* i 
Pd. The forbearance aad hnmanlty which his Lordship 1*4 
shewn in (he czecalion of Msmiltury duty, were equally grate* 
ful (o that Houceas they werocoqpiilal to the feelii^iiaacka* 
racter of the' country. 

LoR» Ctrmc^nr, after tmyiietsiRit hi* emottoaa at tiiff Vk rHB f ' 
conferred on faim, said, he could jini oniit the oppnrtualiy of 
expressing his gratitude to the gaflaat trrnrps by who*r exrf 
tions he had lieen placed In a stlaation to receiveto distinguished 
a mark of their Lordship's approbatiim. He ronchid(4 witll 
begging tlie f^r^ ChancMlor to accept his siiiccrest thanks f<r 
the kind terms in which he had ctnttnonicated to him the RciO' 
bition of the HoVse. 

The Lonn CMjjrcasti>K thiifl addroted Lord GomMcr in a 
similar maanef. 

/.oRo C.4MBIRR expressed htsgntitndc in stmng terms. He, 
9aid,be could truly assure thcirUtrdsblfs (that It was withcxtrrme 
pain they bad rrrnurse to force in tbf execution of their or* 
ders : and that tliey bad not done so until every means of peace* 
ful negociation had been tried in vniu. The blood, therefolvf 
which had been shed must lie solely on the bends m" those whiJ 
kad thought itropcr to exert a hopeleis Mid unavaMiiig resist* 

Tar. DvKT. of IfenratK iK ntponed to nenday nextthe mo* 
tlnn, to which be had given notice for Tlianday, on the saft|crt 
of the Expedition to Zealand. 

Lord Grey's motion for Papers relative to theNrgocialion fif 
Russia ) and Ix>rds .\uckland and Itolltind's, for Papers trlaiivr 
to the Amrricin Treaty, niul BmMipartc's r>errec of fhe?l«f 
qf Nov, 1806, all of which stood fat this evening, were hM 
postponed for the purpose of fhrther C90!iderattDD,-^AdJoanic<i« 

TITS.OAV, m*. 9. 

The IleTersionary^nmnt Prohibition Bill wn« brought up 
from the Common*,' jeati ajRtM time, and ordeted to be priatrd. 

Tlie Commissioiwis of (hr Castaaw presented the usual annual, 
^ronots respecting East IndU probibitedgvod*, 

/.uad Uoind brought in a Hill for amending Vkc Iav of 
Debtor and Credilnr, aud for punisttiog fraudulent IVblars. It 
was not hii Ihtcution, he iiaid, to uiye the lliU funtirr than the 
itw;e of printiDg it, until an opp'irtunity occurred for certain 
U>rJs to attend, whom he sl)«uU wish to'w^ in their f\prt% wt 
i\tf second reading. The Bill was thea read a first limci a^or' 
\d^red to be printed.— Adjourned. 

Jigitized by 







ynintiptr', »■», 3. 

£«M JtntMn pmntti « Peiificn.froih Sir J. Jtiaet, 
llrMpMfcat iathe appeal rrtpccting the Roxberoujrh citatn, 
fujftim 4ktt tke ewne th«iiM be beard out of (he rrgtilar rnurse 
■ HenafMsjr next. Hit Lordtblp, in Iqpport of (he Pe- 
litMi, pmtiMn; rrtM oo tke advsnced «|p of (he Prtitioorr, 
vtick Irft bipi Ihtle hope* of leelqt tltf le^ioation of the 
Mw, if it were not (o be bc^rd until tboie which preceded ii 
iaIklJM, UkMUitifig (o mure than 160, Wtrtf difposed oft and 
w iktgmwtti tba< the tuccenlon to the estates invoUed tbe 
fi^ <• tereral titles nod dignities. 

AArr tme Obtenratiom from the L«r4 Chaprellor, Lords 
tn<»idil> and >pene«rr, Lprd Anlilandiotiraated'thathe sbonld 
Uifttjtut^ pioceedios tn the Petitiop natil FiiiUy, 

TKVKSBAT, ram. 4. 
ttmJvmtMn laM, be tbotsght H right -t» srfMt to the 
ttmhtitt IwfiiirtI— , the view which br«ieaM to taiceof 
fcOidmhi CasMcil, cMfftnwMjt tthbaatlce for tkkiiir that 
#«iMo e*ati4ef»<i<w •• Friday n'nalgbt, Hts torJkblp 
■mMi' HMtlii, that it was Us tetettlen to consider every 
iiVaMah that <)SM«tl*a iavaliad, aaaely, the b* of oatiMto t 
htwtpliMtta thearders tethaAla«| a»d, next, (bvvCRect 
(ffcMnwie, ia aUHts «Mwrtn|>, Halh oit aAvted this and 
ooy ether eaaatry witb wWh we bad reialiaMof any liiud. 

tew Oaaamta observed, thai he had read and beard with 
MN, that tke ProMrat nf th« V«itt4 States af Amertra Had 
MM to ratify the Treaty concluded betweea (he Commis* 
ibwnipeiiiaied by both cooatrin, for tbe porpoteof carrying; 
(iM WMdaloliject into execution. Though be tfaasexpretsed 
thiofsiv aad dhappo irtn M nt under esistioK circaastaoers, be 
ms «hdly •aac«|aaf««l i« any otteW manaer whether the 
hdsrasso) yet, if it ftvifti tfae, nut that itaroeefraiB a ?«- 
hoi «e ear 'fart wvt to ahfadoo those yriaciyhM of maritime 
l»»«ad<«htirhtdi ewaWtshaJ tmr nta^imi snim i a acy, be 
■Md M the ataast satisfMtlonb tearing idl other |tohit 
bithtdiicossim which ^H» to tafca place on this talyeet, be 
•Ml m*«« ad PMHM, that theee be hitd hefoM tbe Hoaie ■ 
On af-aay riiiii^i received fi^ai the PratMMt af the Ubited 
tofawfOtwriX. l«4et(i^rhitaa*«atWeatiali«ftbeTmtty 
naRdtots hctsMrm the Cai mni m lH l ani foc the UMtCd States of 
Aartm, aad the C s ^im liitiai n « i n>p l nta*hy<h<i eeaitry, If 
«q tmh had hao »a wj nrj . 

Thi ■rtnii howerrr *raf «rap>mM, on (be groopd that It 
^mM he kwealmt «» vradate aach totw a i atia n before the 

Urn %w»mtmm wiAed ta haww whether «h* ITnltcd Statn 
«(» Mfc >e^imhiMd with aar Oaden hi Caaocti M the time 

«q lad or4«(c« thaircmhai]n 
ua Xorvaewo BT re|)lied(, that they wctc aot, 
I«s6«sraaTeaati(e, thai be ihnwW — vf , on wwe fownt 
%<hreil tmSk dsNsawals us related ta the attack on Constan- 
*#. hs at4er ta axhibM (o this roaatry, aad tn (be werid, 
■ttefma misrepccMalatioB wIMch had gone abroad respectiag 

IM Hallaad's sMtsaa was o eds fr d (• stand for Monday t 
ii Urd Aorklaad's moiitin for Monday se'iwiaht. — Ad> 
Jwitd. . 

raiDAv, FEa. fi. 
Uek Watrhlsann aad CHastoabary took tbe oaths aad (heir 

Oe the awtiini of r.««)>, •» much of Sir James 
Imn'i fVtilion ns related in (he fCoxborough (iQcs, was refer 
n die Cosanitiee of Privilrcrs. 

■r. Rajes, tmm the Mnnk t>f Rnsl9n4. prrsemrd an ncrounl 
of tbrdispoMil of the prodrre of the innVin:; Fund Inst year. 

The mh for repealing Oucen Anne's lioun(y Art Susyiuion 
Art. went (beaagh a Onmmlttre. 

U the rue of Ksaaeis Gairid, a. Iiaaglay, the dec*ee of the 
ln<h Chaaecry was alBrmrd, with SOU. ratts, noappaaraace 
tvhig heca made oo tbe part of (be appellant.— Adjoorucd. , 


• Mttl^AV, >«*. \. 
▼•T* •» niMlMS •• tH* &aMV AND S*TT. 
Tbi Sea4K«a iafom«r4 the Jt«ace, that ' he bad rroei*rd a 
^^y kom Aidmiral Lord Gambier, in oaawrr to one be had 
"hbi to hia, rommonicattng tbe Thanhs of t!iat House to 
*'m«|f Md (he OArers and SeanKo under bil Lordibip's com- 
^< * *e tktft afCeikahafeo. 

Tut Sn^KZH also comranolcated (he Thanks of the lIou>e 
(wbiob be preaaaafsd l>y way of an eBlogipni) to Generals Sir 
A. Wellesiey, Fiach, aad Grasvendr, nd Sir II. Popham, Wb» 
were presept, the two foimer aad the latter returned their (ia(e> 
ful thanks -lo the IIoMe for tbe high and distiflgulsbed boaoar 
done to Ibem, 

Tbe Papcrrawved foroa Friday by Mr, G. Pi^wonby, ivla- 
tire to tbe affairs of Copenhagen, Tvere laid on the table by tba 
ChaoceUor of tbe Eteheqaer. 

The American Int erc o a r i ie BHI was read a 0nt time. 

The Bill to preveat graiKinir Offices tn Reversion, after a teW 
word* from Sir 8. Raoiilly and the Chaaceilot of tbe Excbcqnerv 
was read a third time and pnfwd, 

Mr. Caniiinc laid on (be^loble the Papen moved far on Fri« 
day by Sir. Whitbread, relative to tbe Rostiiin Mediation. 

Mr. Whitbread, ajcmrnble to iinlire, moved that there b|l 
laid before the Ilouae a corrert List of all the Trancporti, their 
louoage, and tbe number of men emplovrd in the Kzpeditiooto 
Copenhacco; and Copies of the In>trurtrnnf in Adniiral Gamr 
bier, and from bim (o tbe riiScreot Officers uudcr bis command, 
id the Expedidon to Copenbngrn. 

Mr. TTindbam moved, (hat a Copy of Admiral Gambler*» 
tetter to Pevroan, and the ansaer thenpte, be laid before tLa 

Mr. Windham moved, that there be laid before (he Hnucr A 
Return of tbe Regular Forres, both at home nnd abroad, tbe 
dlfltrent means of recmitiog them, and the mimbrr of dr&erters 
from tbe tst of Jnly, 180T, tHI the latest time surh Return could, 
be made up. A|to a.Rolani •( tba aaaibar for which Rnunty' 
^bas been drawn, as well a» tbe aamher of Soldiers who vuluo* 
teerr^ from the MUltia into the RrguloVi:, togHhrr with ihg 
rfl^ti ve forre of the;Mllitia. These motions wr«e agreed to, 

l,ord Polkstooe put off his mulioa relative to the Oode Papcff 
tin to-murra)r te'imicht.-^Adjourned. 

TV««»AY, Tn.9, 

Mtt, trt.iuta read to the House n letter from (^ird Calbcart, 
In an answer to tbe Vote of Thanks to bis Lordship, &c. of 
Thursday last 

CesttuAL SrrA,Kr pretanted an accopat of (he number of 
transports employed agaia»t Cofoahagea, — Ordered' to h« 
printed. v 

The lloote went io(o « C«roibit(«e on *o much nf (he Naviga^ 
(ion Act, as related to the Brazils; when the Chairman wna 
instructed lo move the H<iu«? for leave tn b^ipg ip a Bill per- 
mitting the lmporiati«m i>f Goods, in PonugueM ships, nom 
the Portuguese (rrrilory in South Aiaerica, ta vcsiHs belonging 
to Pona.riil. 

Mtt. G. PoKfOsar jnqnired if there were not M>ma difpatchM 
omitted from among llinse produced to tbellonse. 

tla. C4SSIKO replied, that evaty ona in tbe passentoa of 
MiniMers, of any impor(anre, had tieen prodaced. 

Mm. Pkucktal intioMted, that on Monday next he should 
state to tbe Hoate wba( had yawed between him s nd » h » Oo>r(w 
n»r of (be Bank of EnKlania relative to (he Keporls fcom (ha 
ComMKtee of Finance, 

Um. f'BBiv moved for a copy of (he Mesnwe fh>m (he Pre«^ 
den( of (he L'nited S(.ife3 tn bo(h House* qf Cai^lCfs, doted Iha 
STth of pclober. WW7.— Ordered. ., 

Mti. TtenxKr moved for copies of sncb corrc;ponilence a^ 
half {tossed betaccn (he.Fim Lord of the Treasury, o> tl^e Chap-, 
cellor of (be Kxcbeqner, and the Governor, or Defiiity Guver.) 
nor of the Bank, respecting the management of ihe imlioi>al 
debt, Ihe application of ihc anclaimrd dividends, ayd ^ loaa ut 
money for i!«.- public lervire. , 

After a few words fk-om Mk. P*»ctrj(, and ilf it, S. Thobx. 
TO.v, the mntinn u as agreed tu. , 

.Wn. //r<ai»«a« moved foe an acroant of the ijnrlaimrd div!- 
dends remaining ni tbe Bank, for the la't tl^roe quarters, as tbry 
then stood in tbe B.'iiili-bnnki, dirtin^uisbiiig the amount in each 
qbartrr, up to the day of llie rospective itsues from 0e Bank to, 
tbe Escbequer. Ordited. — Adjouracd, 

weo^ntDAV, 'VBB. 3. 

Mr. Hoskhnoa (newiited to the Hause Cople* of Ihe Cor- 
respondrnre, moved for but night by Mr, Tiemey, brlworn tbe 
First iJord of tba Treasury nad the Governor of the Bank of 
Knglaad, respecting Iha mitnac*"i<'>tof the Xatioaal Debt and 
Vadahaed Dividends. 

The Bill for Permitting the Impartation of Good hi Portn- 
guese ships, from South Ameiica, was read a first time. 

On the iiinliiin of Mr. Iluskissoa, the amount of Exchequer 
Bills nuistundiug and imfuiidcd, for the yevt 1M)T, wai ordfred 
i tu h« laid before the llausc 

Digiti!ed by 




n^lVal asylum. 
• Sin CiiJMm PqLt, ajprrable to (Ue notire he bod kWoi oa 
»6triiier oifrhtr-Xoted tbc ubJMt of kii raoiiun wu wi«b a »ie«' 
to correct UU > ui!i whidi bad alcrady rrrpt iato tb(i> InMitulion. 
/The OAof M who had brtm njitiaiiiled to KtaHUMf^mout. were 
mm vrlio bad not the mnn dUtant connectiou w-ith. tl)<^ Navy. 
.Tb»gallaiA Adtninil puUlcdont «(Ter«l-«rh»bad meritoriouiily 
aervc^ tbdr KiD)(i and bledtv def»n>» of-thfrir wamry, who 
•had br^n rejected, fur what raiiaeil itri hirohjrrt lo Hiidoat. 
AltiODftntheis Mr.'JCcrne, AdiAiraV CornwaUi»> lurgeon, bad 
b«tn*^ected fur winther |iennii wbo never hint been ia tlienavy { 
. areiMbe' place of Matron was diipotcd of M> atlraiiger io fntSbr- 
ence to an of&cer's widow, 

,• Mn^ RasK^Ufn. 'Tnnny][»!f,' ani tonn XBrr^iaK, on the 
other hand, contended 'that unundiie preference hnd hecii given, 
and foe the Surgeoncj the^ did^io't kiinw, nor e»er heard (though 

' the former and tlie lartcrhrc Cotnmrssiraierj) that Mr. Xf^ene had 
applied ; and accnrdinj; to the inftint state of the Insttfiltiun the 
'Comminioiiers could not act nfherwifc'wlfh rej^ard »* <Be ap- 
pointment. of SiirgeuD and Matron, -ns' no other' cundidatet ap- 
peared itt the tiine the election was made. ■ ' " . 

. The question wa< then put, t£at Copies of Warrantl craaled 
by his Majesty to the Officers appoibled to the qiana;(emeat «f 
tlie.Nawl Aiyluat, with Acorrert lut of thelc Hl*i^l<<S ""^ other 
emoli|nu-nti, he laid before tlie House. Tlie gallery was order- 
ed to he cleared, and on our return, we uuderstAod that «4iTi- 
• •ion bad tidtea place — For the notion 75 — Agaioit it 190. 


Afa. G, ToxfoSBt', agreeable to a previous notice, rose and 
tald he faiid .-in important aud anxious duly to perftvm, a duty 
which he hoped. wjiuld lead to disclose ihr circumstances which 
Induced bh )1.tjest.v to direct his naval and military force against 
the capital of an annffeiiding neutral State., His Majesty otved 

motives n hieb led him fn violate the laws of oeatrality. ' It 
was «-eII understood that the diicrareful expedition was not un- 
dertaken by the advice of his M^esty, but trith other views, 
and perhaps interested motives, which M>i|isten only could 
explain. It was not thfc conduct of Denmarlc whieh led to it, 
but an anticipation that France would, ~at some time or other, 
compel that State to^Sio in tbe . eontBion canx a^almt this 
country. At the time Admiral ftainhfer entered the Sound, 
netimark dreaded no harm from this country, conscious of niit 
huvinj; entered into anv eiiifngrnient wlh the French Eiiiperot;. 
Tbree hundred and fl^ty of her ships were In dilTcrent British 
pprts, with cargoes Amounting to two millions of rix dollars ; 
and when the Danish subjects got alarmed by the rnmonrs 
spread, respectiug the destination of the arntantent, they ap- 
plied to the Oaulsh Court, and received a reply, which at once 
allayed their fears, namely, that Great Uritain had no such in- 
tention, as both Courts were then on the best possible noder- 
Mandln;:. Was it to he supposed that Denmark would risk her 
most valuable colonies, her commerce, and ships, and every 
tbinj else dear to her exIMencr, merelyto gratify the wish of the 
French Huler. But at the time the negociation between the 
C >urt of Demailc and the I'mperorof France was sun"osed (u 
be goinft forward, the former had, according to the lalc lation 
of the llight Mon. Genlleraun opposite tn him, .(Mr. Pa eeval) 
fixty-live thousand men in /e.-iland and Holfteio, tu oppose oil 
the force France could bring.against her, therefore it was mo- 
rally inipossibie she could lie compelled to enter into the views 
Of France a'aire<t this country; on the other hand, asapmof 
that Denmark did not intend to Join in the common cause, her 
sailors were nt the time all abroad, consequently hernavy could 
not be Minnned witbout them. He would spare them the trouble 
of replying, and boMly affirm that they had not the slightest 
Ifround for impeaching the good faith of Deumark ? He defied 
JHinistcrs to produce any paper which would convince the 
Mouse of the intention of Riis<!ia tn intuenee Denmark to dr- 
clare against this country. The Hon Member then moved, 

*' That an humble Address be presented to his Majesty, that 
he would be graciously pleased to give directions that the sub- 
stance auri dales of all infaramtion, seat by oar Oflicers or Agenli> 
from the coakt of Coprahagen, last year, respecting the Danish 
fleet, the repairing, impraviag, and manning of the same, tn- 
ntber wUb #11 accounts that were trausmitted relative to the 
imprnveuient thereof, mid received by hi* Majefty't Miaisten, 
sht>i4>l beUuid before »W House." 

ilfa. S'OnifTJnr Cjysina was weH ceovjoced that Miaisten: 
bad obtained what they dcM-rved, the tbaoks of their coantry, 
for Hie VKtet at the expedition againtt Copeabagea, a* ih«t 

it4o himself and all Kurope, to give a frartk eTposiilon of the effect, oal.tmafvt, Anaty lbHted,aad|aiMvig*roii», by the strong 

•nn^tw^o •..I.I.I. I_J UIu Am .i:..!..*;^ dlkK t.>M>« «.# nAMt»«1i*a> ' 1s .-■■■■. - . * *^ . . . _ . . rr<l..^ IV__I_I* f^^^m,^ —■---- 1_ lOAV A^K_ 

enterprise'bad becnin a (iira.tilagree the salvation of (he rots- 
try. H« was as aaiious at the Right Hob, fiegilriuaUBaeir 
not to act upon the newjAoralily attempted to be laiddons, ud 
Were there any <<ent«a)eii wboi seemed iitelined tu that lyMoa 
of 'Moratil^, it was the Right Il^ou. (',eu'li.-iiiaa himiclf, nh<), 
upon the present occasion had given a splendid example of liii 
atuirhment to it. tt was, he ilaubtvd not, a sincere mnralitv, 
nay, evrn.a'Roma[a muralit.v.'.The Ilo.yse iiad Ik'ch railed an 
to discuss' a matter, involving, as it ysat said, the di^ue 
of Ministers, bat they by an eminent and ' strong tease uf 
Ihe necessity wbicb impeUed the.enlerprite, had tli^ satisficUoa 
nf kaasiiag that U'hadtliceniibly and «i|ece|»fujny performed. 
(fitart keartfiramtie l{iius/eria(<M«. ). He ;wa» fully aosaeird 
thiit Minisleis had received n>> huard. of glory from their prcdc, 
ressork, and there i;oald be nu comparison betweeli the tucrrts 
which crowned the Copenh,igea enterprise, when roulrasted 
with what had been ddneiiy'the late Administration. The fleet 
of Oenalark badfUlen iato our hnad<, we could aot return (Int 
spoil, nnd it was no w Attempted to enndemn thef spoilen, ni 
insisted ttpon, that tlie «|K>i>4at la be rehuned. TIeagretdwilh 
the Right Hao. .OratleauuNbat if there if *« >>iy ityoMite ii Ike 
sej^re of the. Danish fleet, that iajakticeowghtvot only t« ke 
marked but repaired. It never was, or had baaa, impawd to 
Deoaiark. that she .bad to chHse whether ehe.worid n te wai 
with us. Saeh a pu«cip)« had never ticea inaintaiaedf neither 
would it have beao at all necessary. It bad beea said, that tks 
weakorts of Deoaiark was a«ASrient justiflcatiao of the nra* 
sure, bntlbat was.natihera»ei ncHher was it troe that we hsl 
tkt heart* of the Danes with us. It was intpossibleto rooceive 
for one moment, after the defeat of tite N'orthera Confedrrarr, 
that Denmark could ever have been with uf. On the eontrui, 
from that period the feelbi^s of Denmark had be«B hoatile to t 
degree ngaiost tMs.rasaitry. Here tbe Right lloo. Oeatieo^ 
staled the ctKamiiaiicet attending the Northern CooMeraryhi 
1180, and ia MOS. .Sims the laiter, tbeleafue.iwtolhcsuie 

cwsi|t«lfiaa«f Xrawa. Jh«.J>aBiab force* wMte; h> IflOii, c«a- 
ptl\fi ta retreat from ibe fiawtien of Holstcin, whieb hadgina 
rise to aicaMnwy a«M«*t ttds cnaatry, that they hod to Ktrealed 
at oareipressaollcitatlosi. F;>r that, bDWever, there srat aot 
tbe roost distant fiooadatiaB. After that Prince Mimt was Ml 
by lionaparte to the Kii«.of Sweden, entreMiac that Mamrck 
to qiake roaimoD okase with V ranee* aad yramWlig bin. in thtt 
event, Norway, which belonged to IMmark. The Khig of 
Swedbn instantly cnmurtnicaied tbi* oVnr 'the Prince Koysl 
of De'pmark, aiM oflMd him 90,(Mn^opa for tbe defence of 
llnUtein. This generous offer th* Prince Royal' refused, be- 
lieving be eoald rely, on tbe anniwsces of . Fiaace t and he did 
narei^ he«oacealed fimm England tb« fiMI of the Fieack ofrr 
to him of Norway. Having suted Ibne and other pniats, the 
Right Hon. Gentiemaa appealea to tbe Hoase wh«tbrr or Dot 
it would have been a ite or prudent in Minhitcrs to have relied 
on the ftdelity and iiid<>p«adcare of Uciinwrk, especially after 
the warnings she had received, itt^ Cnaning weat at giMt 
length into the general policy of the attack at CnpeBhsgni, 
whieh he Justified 00 all its grounds. After some further re- 
marks, he cofrluded b^ Si*i<V tbe Reaalation bit moot decided 
and hearty negative. 

Mk. WinauAH replied in a strong vein of irmiy, in which he 
ridiculed the recrimination of Mr. Canning, dnd threw outstroag 
sarcasms on stage elTect, graad stcp«, gestures, and tricks of voice. 
His argamsnts against Ministers turned cbiedy oa the vialatioa 
of the law of nations. 

The debate was afterwards protracted In a very great length. 
On the part of Ministers the chief Speakers were Mr. Milan, 
Mr. Foster, Irf>rd Pnlmerst«iik, Mr. Morris, Mr. Lyttleloo, Lord 
O. L. Gower, Lord CastlercOjih, Sir Charles Price, aati Mr. 
Davies (tedify. They werennswered prinripally by Mr. Whit- 
bread, Mr. Bathursi, and Mr. T. GreuVille. 

The llaase'diTlded oa Mr. Pononby's motion. 

Ayes 108— Noes 253 — M.-^iurily for Ministers 145. 
Atyonmadat half-past six o'clock. 

THtrasBAr, jaw. 4. 
. Jfa jrir.«aT»i» brought wp the Reparf of the Committee ef 
Wavs a«d Means. Tbe sewiwt Jte«iriuti<ani mttt 4gree4 to, and 
BiUi ofdecnt to b« bro«i;ht ia parwaiit to (be same. 

_ OfflCt OfTHftAStJata 0*tll« HAW. 

Jfa. Katt moved forlcnTe to bring in a BUI for ameodiag the 
Actfor reiulatjog tbe Office of tr«MWCr of'tbe Navy, «i(B t/it 

Digitized by 


FEB. 7. 



T.ifw of narefatriuallji pirrentiiig theuodne application of the 
taturcs la'hU'ksnib> I.«wr||tant«d.. _ 
' X^HcttLtmax \tnnf\A. up Mcownt*, skeninK ttie aatouni oif 
XirlMiiiMr BilU fur thelsit Jttkt, outMavdiiig, aoil HOpt-ovMed 
4)f< *iueh veic laid 00 tite (able. 

. 0» tk« mafiso of .Mr. UvMuttx, tear* wu grunted to htiag 
iaa DiU for« PftyoMvtof Exehe^Mr aau. 

STATK ori«ei.a'!<i>> 
X*. Jirica7D.<« ntie fur the pnrpoM of poftpoatof; lli* aiotion 
«ibi<«ibj«-i, Klurk at KfVMSt Mmd for Moodav nests Iliit 
ntMflisrir, that a number of Gcmleinni.i&«ii«rially hilerr?rrd 

?' I tke fuKtiiw cudld, n<>t then attend, and bMnine a itumher iif 
Hilism ffsin Ireland, on <keMkJcctoftyihe!,ivereiikel;j«UD 
l« be presraled to the Honte. On Monday next W bof ed to be 
•Ue (b oatBo 3 d^y (vr bi4 intended motioa, 

TvK V^aor'ieor TVrcirriBttf, ft«n> the Coflifflittee to deter* 
niv the merits »f the Eleittiim for tbe Bufoorh of Chippen- 
km; prnrofed it* repoM to tlie' flotlle, wfceti ftattet Hawkins, 
&f. iras derlarrd duly elfttH. ' 

Mr. Iliwr, ftunk the Bank of F.njriand, prewnted at the Bar 
ef tke Hoine, the PnprVs nioved fur bv Mr. Huskiswn, mpect* 
iiCtlie Xation^ Debt, Sinking Pond, t7nclaimed Diridaids, and 
littery prizes, which were ordered to b** pilnted. 

-Kit. Jtofc bn>iv;ht in n ItUI to amend a Bill fur Regulntln; 
tWOSteof Tfe.i«iirrc of hit Mnjrsty'n Nnvv, which was read 
i im tine, and ordered tit he ti-nd a leruod tintc on Mnadny . 
The A oiertcan iBtercoufve Bill was oidered to be ,rcad a tbird 
I line 00 Uooday. 

j Tkr thae frtr takinz the Pearhjn Election Petition into tioui- 
; fa-atioawas postponed till the 84th of ilarch. 

Mk, Mr<cjm.« brdathi fna ItUI, coMthMtiag to hi* Mtc^ntv 
tk Mall. Sosdr, and otKer Otitief for (he servhv of tbe earrrn'l 
>rar, It wn« ryad a iM linte, and o w te u ' d tobe read arita on 
Uaadav. fi>c Man. Member alto brougbt ia aaolher 7>ill tn 
I naUebie Mt^e«lT tn pay otf the Bsche^er Bill* oMslaadinf; for 
I 'hebst year, nriiich was read- a ilnt time, and ordered to be 
iodaipiia im Mond«y. 

Oothe afMioQ uf .^fit. ItvKinton,, it was ordered that their 
ke l|ud hefnre the Home an arcounl of tbe Three per Cent. .\n- 
■itin, appointed fbr paying ofT the Interettof the tighteeo 
))illia» Loyalty i-oan,! «bo anacctHint pf ib« latereit paid on 
ticWqser DilU fur Ike last three years, , , 

The Home theo-retolrod llteif iot»a.CamviMeeof thrwhole 
>i|cwid>Y of tte' SAiaplicf for tb« car rent yenr< The Report 
•atidered ibr fttoMbiy. 

<i r>i!Rirar; ntnved. That ^here be laid befon^the Bnnse, 
a inonnt of the Natal and Military Stores taken at Copenha- 
(Bi,ifccifyiBg tbe tyiality , qnaMtty, and ralne. 

oaBH* tn c»v«c|i.. 

Tmt CmifCMi-tom or .rttit KxemxQWKR mared. That tbe 
fl«ueda resnlee i«««lf talk a Committee of H'ays and hleuas, 
IswUeb thcM Ordrrt wmreierred. ' 

On Ike question >ieln{ pot, that tbe Speaker do nofT leare Ibc 

flBir— , 

tans U. PcTTY said, he wai not w faUv qunliled to form a 

VpX njiinion «pan the {iroprlety of tbene Orders as tbe Learned 

tVsdfmau over the wav i hat the llnuxe was competent to de- 

Hde how far the Friry Counrii nasjuslided in advisiiigc bis .Ma- 

Jaijl^ bUe Ojrden contrary to the law of nations, and ttie wa- 

fofifi law of Enj^laifd. As these Orden emanated fmin bis 

Vijnty, the trnuM- bad a right to examine huw far the (irv- 

r>^iteaf tbe Crowa ooj^itt to be«iu-ried ber»re tbe n^s<ity 

■fa Pariiaraent was entirely luprn'edrd. The Noble Lord would 

tskrit B|K>a hiw^f to convince the House, from the first Ir^al 

.Vitkwiiirs, that these Orders were illegal ( andqaoted Ibc Duke 

of Xevrastle's Letter respcrtioc the scixure of the PruwianEbi|>* 

<satnr; to the opinion of several celebrated Civili.-vis ; and the 

t^ Atloraey, ai«l Soilciior Generals, and Lord Kldnn's opi- 

"im, in an appeal rase lact war^ ^heil h'rs Lord>bip did not hy 

My iwaascouider Orders in Council leg>l{ as they formed ou 

I«t»f the law '* th* latidj, therefore t«o ik'ce*i'ty wbaten-r 

*Vfi he pleaded in asMmil^ what was abaolately tbe priv!lrt;i' 

i WrWiajnenl, Under all ttiese circumntanees, be t.)>onitht a 

V of ladennlty a^tlseablc, to exonerate Mini&trrt fron ihf 

"■wptoics of batiag uridnly adviied bit Ut^itfty to istuc Orders 

•WM»t»t>»(awtofEiHpa«d. • ^^ 

' TVrii ^KAKCMu* or rut t^ttigpcfn denied the artpioienta 
and atteniont of the Xeble Lord, that there wai a*v tbinx iMe> 
^al in the (Orders of CouoFil itsoed by Mlaiitei^ The jurisdic- 
tion uf the Privy Cosncil wai Adapted to tb< pttt«|atlve «f tb« 
Crown, and the effect depended «Mit«ly «k the war pferaeatt«e 
of the Sorereisn^ It hod no con<^m with tlic fact prerofi^ 
tire, which tras a mat|(^ essentially dift:«Fnt, at it went i« 
warding off dani;ett, tncb n« famine, or any otitar domestk «»• 
■amity. The only and sole Justificatloo, tbi-rriiire, af bis Al%- 
jesty in issuing these Orders of Cogncit was U( isar prcragatise, 
and that only. If that wa« so, then be wouldaiwrt, th«t Par* 
I lament bad no mote authority to «li«« the Lair ef Nation*, thait 
the Noble Lord had, which wm b thing he cvald not do.. Urn 
contended, tbiM Ittlnistets were Justified ii) i«|ult« tb4;«e (Men 
in Council, and in rt tbrtiag the bluektdc oa Fntace MM hcf 
dependencies, and all neatralt. The Nuble Lord could nut coit- 
trovert * position lo dear. The Fteltcb, say jrou (EngUud) . 
•hall bare no trade. We reply that we nill, in defiance of 
them, lutd sre ikdopt iBeftsarrt of direct retaliation, which fruat 
their nature mutt easnresiKh an elTect. 

i>ii. tAttrnfuCB coateodeil, that the Orders In Coanril wer« 
known to be ill'gal at tbe time bis Majesty's Ministers advise^ 
them, welt aware tbftt Bonaparte itt«er intended to carry his 
Oecrce to extremity towafds acBtfals. 

Sir W, Qraut, Master of the RoUl, ctioteiided, that his Ma- 
jesty had a right to make a declatmtien with respect to tbe law 
of nations, but had ntt ri^ht wbaterer imposed oo him to con- . 
suit parliament, any more than be had in dedariog wa/ of 
making peace ; and said, it was absurd in Parliament to inier- 
fere in a case nf absjlitfe necessity, for the greatest benefit hivd 
already resulted from }t. 

SiH A. Piaa^TT defiended the arplmeott of Lord Petty, an< 
contended, that the Mtnisten had acted in very hat^y and oioK 
precipitate ways in ittuiaji tbe Ordeit in Cwindi, he coa> 
eluded by up|vwi>« the motion. 

Thequntioa was carried witbetitadivlttuo, tttid tbe Hog^ 
went iltto the Cemmittre. 

' In the Cumnittre, .Mr. Perreral submitted • string of Reso- . 
lutiuat, imposing Tariuuidtttles oftartides, tbe produce of Kri* 
lit)) Ciilonici, or their exportation from Great Uritaia. TIir 
Reports were ordered to be reccired on Monday, to which day 
the House adjourned. 

vhesbxtcdto Xoin HOctcsoV r'AaLUMtst ox TustMr 
ttiont'. * ; 

Vo. I.—Ditptitfhfr»mth» Uifht:lh»MrM*tariGRKyrtM.m 
Lkveson OovMUt to Mr. Seer*lMji Can m so, ifattd Saint - 

St. ftitrtiurgli, Upl.tdi^^t/ta., • 
Sin.^ have tbehMMiAc to Wonft you, that »n afliirdayrteil'*' 
ing S«tb August, 1 recelvcA by Mr Stephen Sharp, who left Itiie 
deet off Copenhagen wpoa the S4tb August, your dispatrbet Ma*. ' 
S« and SS, aud on Soaday tke Messenger Raff d^lttiired if, He 
those from No. 86 to SI iadasire. * 

Beiag thus compietety pat in poMestian of tbe'tehtlments of* 
Hie Mi^esly'sOoTeraaiett, upon all the poiats which could enme 
into discosaisM betwre* tbia country and Great Britain, I lost no 
time iajwqeestll^; a caafereoce witn General l)adl>er(, whn^ 
tb*«|^ extremely unweli, invited me to call npon him last night. 
I bttfoa tbe coiiferente by observing, that his K»rr1lnc^' be- 
ing already apprised by the Answer given to His Majesty > Se- 
cretary of Slate, to M. Alopeus, ef the eondillonni nri-eplaiiro 
by the Coartaf |.«odon,.ef tlie proA'ered medlatlnauf Kussin, 
Iliad to state to bim, that I was instnirled in (he first instanre 
to ftqoest the commaaication of the secret .Articles of the Treaty 
of Tilsit, and a frank disriosoce of ibc eeueml views and ki- • 
tentians «f the Comrt of Saint Pctrtshurgh. Thatimp.irtialiiy was 
llie 'first requisite iii the ohnractcr«f a mediator, and before 
the Brjlisb Ciovrriiniciit :igrecd to avail itulf of ilie medialiim i f 
this Court, it uu> crscntinlly necessary that Kogland should he 
placed, with rcpird to the meditating Power, nnaneqiml footing 
with Prance; that Ihc conlidcntlal intiTcoiir* which had taken 
place bclweeri the Kinpi-iur and Bonaparte at Til<it, and by. 
which his luiperitil M.'ijcsly became acquainted with the prin- 
riiiles npon which the l-'rpw'h (iovernincnl proposed neciirifling 
with the Court of Uimlon, bad '.aninilly excited anuiKTi'iiie»s la 
England, « hicli cmiM i>jily be removed by an nore«erved c«ma 
niration; that I co«l<l not roncea^ (rout him, that the period 
remptorily pn-scri!»ed t« His iMajcsty, for the accrpiaiii-e #f 
Ituuian ttediatiuu, had created in Lomlvn aviry uulayou • 


iinprcMion againtt"the interveniion of hisTnipcrial Majesty ; thin j 
liowevw, notwifliftaoding Itis MsjfMy hail ju«t nsaiOn »o f>« of- 
fended with the term* of Iht 13th arlicio, such wis'hjji dffife \o 
Mtbnfo any openfhfj ifWeh affordfd the pfiispiTt 'of 'the cim'flu- 
tton of afl hnnnuvahle pincr, that he 'wDuld tiitt rrtract thecnmli- 
ftoiml fcctfptaree of Ihft n)fdia'i|on,,'whirh had alrtady 5>ccp con- 
y^yrd to the Rasslaii dorkroinmi, ia <he note addretjfd by you 
■«iM. Aloneus; that HisMsj(«stj\ at l^e ^ime tinif, looked for 
lortie niarfc of Iho ffoodr*^li of thi? Eraliemr of.JtijssU towards 
Orpat'Prttain i that Id. Aio'pciij linil before tKe lale'uii- 
f»rtad%te eveniH- of Friedtabd.and Til^t, 'rcaiiei'tVd of yoa a 
proj*t of a ne »» treaty of coninlercejTm^ had pveii the as- 
pornnre ftf ttitf disjtmition orhis Court'to procied to tfce de- 
(lafte roiithision or a . eommertlal '.'(Trangeiiieiit beiwteo two 
Connftlest <hj!t ipfbjtf li'Sd in rnn^pti.-tfirc nith1ii> with been 
tftnmonhcated and trauAnftted {o St.'Petei-shmjh ; and that if 
the (tood- will of lii« "lihiijffial Ma.Jffv towSfd^J^nplanri roiitl- 
t>B«4 unnlt'rfd, I'tinitted'fto Jclfty wofSdlaliT; plarc in jitocced- 
Ing to the Nf(t«riatlnn of this Ti'eaty i tliat the c'ti'-triicc ofanj 
Mtpnlaiioii if* tW«pr«j(!ti-iVhlrh was not dj^provcil o'by fhi«Gii- 
tFeriiment, wa> no oh^ilacle to'ou^ snlerin^ Into n^Rociatioji tibon 
it', lifraustftiihotiM take ilp'rttt hij 'elf toajree lo any'inodilfca- 
ti*us «Thich did not appPar to change 'the ba«i« 'and principles 
tlpon»«hl('h it hid heeh fraihed i' that *i Kran'ce had by theSTth 
Uriitle qf tliB 'I'iljit Treaty sffnffWT thc're-establishipcnt of her 
f«|iiner eommereini relations V)'ith'T(«i!<ia', i^niitbral and nbrious 
tnode of pfofing thb idipartiality^oP the' Kiiin'ror wedtd be the 
rm^vral of thee<immi^r»l"il*atywUh<'rto't Britain. 

Vjener;)! Bitdbers hejjad hi* wply byarltnojfledcin); the ex- 
i>t4nrc of Kicret articles helonK'tac to" the Treaty of Tilsit, ^here 
were Mtmc, hr»n!j, which in ao way eonctrued tho interests of 
F.nglapd ; thai he coot>>MS!<ur<: nic, qnd as .-m bpncst man he would 
H'>t say H rf wei-enot truth, there existed no vcret artrelv what- 
•»"r, which nipiilated the thutliw tt^ Rnntaii' ports nj^imt' the 
Mtiih csmtnerce,! thai With rrtft^to the prt>jet of the treaty 
jpnciiiniiterie, he n.>d to confei», nfibt/ fi'oia the preM of other 
biHtnew, a»d the had »t.-ile of Mi healtht-^t liad not had time lo 
Inv it bef.ire llic Emperor j that it mutt nerciBarlly b« roosider- 
»d by Ihi- Minister of Commerce, before he ?oul'd eonfler with 
me ttpoti it 1 aod that at tq the eiih article of the TiWt Treat* , 
it only placed th« commercial relations of (he two countiies 
upoA tlir $ani« footing fluvt they had been before the coramence- 
tn iTt of hoslilitiet ) that tlie commerc'ual treaty with France wac 
ni't f^ucwed, and woul( exfttrc in tu (^ yean ( tuti that it by no 
mettle followed bec^ite Bvo^parte coromai^catcd to the 
I'BilWot of Hassla, the batis upon whicli he was ready toran- 
(lude je.Te$ with Kiigl4n<l| ttfqi his Imperial Miijesty h^d made 
■Ay ctfllmqirtcBtloDsiit Tilsit of Vk future riew^ aM system of 
the CtMrt- «f Petersburfr. 

Tbeflcntral i^peared to wish tKat T sho^d constder this answer 
k» (qfieientK sMtsfactory to aathorixc me t» accept tlic mediation 
«r his OoaA, I itbs«r*ed hi reply, that irwatdiffimlt to C(inc»!vc 
tuiy article* <^f « peare between Aassia k»4 friiare w)){ch did 
wot dtWiUlj W 4><i l, C i Hyeiwyetitercal Britain; but that I asked 
IkexmaMrabiiaitioo ef tlMt tutftt. itHiAmiMi mriy ms ant>K]«rt 
whifh ini;lt««kctthe ininrart^ Enyteoil, tait .v o Boric ofthe 
coQtiDuMco; of tl|«k'ft|ietidM> Md cw sl l »ii w lep tbe <p»t ^ot 
|his C««rt;-4rbich «onld aiwc USifii ain p»q«pect of f eod^rrnm 
the acceptifnce ofthe mediation of tlio limftmt itf lEulittvi ttiiit 
with the s»n« view, I Jiad ptenosed rpndtmfa^tite Mf*et«|latis 
brguo by M. AJoprus, and that tf his hmttHniy bad no atMln- 
rlty at present to 6,ny any thing more sat^£»rl«ry tllait wltat (*n» 
at yet heard from bimv I raint request hint lo aJMbeparaitisMn 
qf titc Kmp«ror lo eomAianirattt *a me withoot r«Mn« the secret 
•rticlcs of the Treaty between Rialsia iwd Pf«aGe,'«w| fo ria,- 
potver kio) to enatli)tte the negocialioos, ^nd «oocl«4t.a t^t^iy at 
cenuneiire w>\h Oreat Brili^ia: 

rieuersl Bitdberg; promited me, that he would kNr«a tim^ in 
hriojinj the»e two requests nndtr tha conslderaHoo of his Initoe» 
rial Majesty.-r-I J»ave il)e honour ty bf with tb&'giv^iesfnrM^et, 
Sirt yonr mpsi obedient hnmble secvant, ■ . i 



om bis KIlniWCT at Copenliagen, as well 
s tmiA Majestv't Ministtr atlhS Coort^ 
tritannic M)\}^ty's Mrnipoicnttary, ha*, a* Wotnpaflbhe witii, Aq 

tumussiptM im sssmamammmmmmmm 


His Ma,jesty the Emperor h»» jw* learned, with thi! atMtf 
surprise, by accounts from bis Minister at Copenliagen, as Will 
Ai h'y .i dIsMfrh tram his Danish »•-=—-'- "' — -- -.-ksI ^»... 
that )lr. Jacltsnn,' hif Britannic ] 
""adepropfsiiinns as derogatory t . 

dighitv or trters indepMiileiit Fin**r«' and »*at, epoa the retaal 
of tlic Brisco Uoyatef PwisaeirH to-aecadrto a preseation m 
eztraordioary, the Fiwlish fleet has. taJtep a posiiioo, whirli 
evi4emly annoitnces intentions UMtile towards Domnark. The 
ties' of cnmianfi'ijinifjr and (Keiidshlp which ttAte Ms Imp*r1ri 
Majesty with.t|itlCtitg of Denmark, not stiffwing him to rWwwiMi 
iodifierence any S^^tT which might menace thedomininaror tk* 
independAice of YhiSt "Sovertlgn, the OndersHrnrd has roc*Hed 
commYnhnds to.fnvltf his Cxcelleaey lord OranriHe fcevhoa 
r}ower,*ti>acfluaint hImwVfh the motives ■whioh have hidttfed 
the Cibinetof St. .lames^s to adopt proceodin^ s«mMr<«rdt<r 
nary against Denmark- Tbe.Ui>4<&ieDed, &c, 


S/. Pefarsiarj*, aw* ^iig'.— JW .*fpM80T. 

.• ANSWER. .' 
. . St, -PiUftbmfft, Ang. CWSepCi «, 180T. 

Agreeably to the desire of his Ertrtiewy 6enenT BA4li<«i;> 
theVndeivlgaed.^AmkasMdororhU Britennie Ma.iesty, loses na 
line in r4>niDaMc8*ing to tho Rauiaa Gnveriiment the motiTrs 
wbtch led to ifce slaps taken hy the King's MiMsler atthe CJoort 
of Denmark, aad to the sahsa^aeM .operations of the BHtiUi 
forces apikwt the UWtid of /ealand. The Britiah .MtiiUtry b(4 
heeti a longtime in possession of noslliye. data, wJueh left no. 
dooht as to the intentions of the Frenrh Gorcmment respecting 
the maritime means of Denmark t aod the projects against Eng-i 
land from that quaj^er, Hrhich vere maldred by the eontiaentnl 
peace, certainly eapnot hare esMlped tlie penetration of his ^Ia- 
je«ty the Smperer of Rmwia. The Danish «eH, deslhied to 
cover a descent on the BTiti»h eo«»t8, heii»g ibrrefcre an ol^ert 
cstentiai fair the iM ta mylishiiiefct of the views tt Vnaft, the 
King found himself oMterthe necearily pf *enir)qg kipmelf Amki 
10 iotmineat « d(Mif|cr< by tbrne preemMlone wkirh mm adoptrtl 
with n%rat, hooe»er iuii«s|ieMsabie for the security of his finii 
pir«. The ties of rriatipnAip which unite Uie twa CMrts ef 
trfindoa aad of Coiienhogea, w mild hare faspircd tbo King «Ati| 
ihe desire of aroiding such a painfal exti«aiity,.*dd l>f stspect- 
ing, as far as depended upon himself, the interests of QeniMl ; 
hut his duty tailed equally ftir measures adopted to ward of » 
dangf r which tbr<»tenca not only the wi;Jf*(e «r his pcaple,.b«it 
the e;«i8tcncc of his Crown, 

The' Undersigned, having thus fr(>nVly r»ptir4 to Gearial Bud. 
berg's Note, wiH with pleasure ftiriiisb 4 more detailed verbal 
eTJilanattoa, shottM h.*s Bxcelle<tcy desire it; and he a*ailt 
himself of the epportaaity 10 yepftvl the assurances of Bb bi^ 

(SigntO O. L, GOWEB- 

Ili$ l£xulUnt3 Gtiutal it Baibtrg^ $c $c, 

>'o. rv.— P*<r«c«»/« nispttteh from Mr. Sterrtnri) CKSilta 
to Ihe Rlghl Utn. f-vfiO, %. OgfWBa, d<rteiSe;»^ ««. 1807, 
Mr, CaotUitg «>pttMe* bis satisCtctioit at tbtr new omiraWe 
appoatanits af the Rmsm* OwsacUs. aad tow ea d s the medc 
ration of Lord O, L Gowoc's ^nx<>a•^ He tkra pewiaeds <A 
give thefhilowiivcdirectiaasftir. his. fitt«^eoiMl«rtt 

"your r.xcelliiicy did perfectiv right in deellningto roasWeri 
the coipniu^ication of Geneml ttadbr<{;M sufficiently satjsf''^ 
lory lo authori'/e yoat «f reptance, on the part of his Migesly, 
of the medintion of thf ICmperor of Russia. The points «£»« 
which the questions of Ibli ncceptaiire turns, are — 1st, ThO 
frank communlcatifm of th* vfUWes ofthe Treaty of '^h't» 
uxM as well as qvowed.— Sdtf,^ A distiiiet explanafion oT ib« 
bad! npon which Tran.e pfoposes to treat, and which »Pl>"'' 
edtohis Xmperiiil Maicsly rft Til^f *» jnsl tUii hOdoowhjj! 
These sA'e the conditions (fiVcVrty stipulated i)i Wy^''*^'*?^ 
Alopeus, anj without \rhi«b an acreplaiue of any it»dtotWa bj 

No. IT.— ^n Extrgel nf a-^hi^tkfroiti «»« Sntln u the Same. \ 

In which LorJ G, T.-.'^tiower »tat«» that Geiieral Budbcrg hiui 
rereitred him in .a,'ftt iiiore Warm apd conciliating nmnncr than 
f.irmerly, anilr«ei«n^d nnKioiis to remove every ditRecilu jo the 
way of a gnod.aqderbtaiiiUng between the ^woeoontries. 

No. Ill, — jtn^fytrtitt »fa Dhpmtch ptm ihe Smt te the Same. 
Stating nin L<»rdsh*p's sttritrite on receiving the ne«t morning, 
after this fncBttly rearer»atiini,% following Note from Cenfi'al 
Bitdbos^i ■, , 

his Majertv Muld h.: l«>thitvc cJselhan aeoin^ilete sarreiw^ ot 
his hoiioar'and ftrs interest ijlto tW hands ofthe mpilfator,if no* 
oftbeMiemv. Btit li) ^hes» are tea.s<i4ably t«be added, it no* 
as condfliaiis without which it vioold Be impossible to c«we'» 
to treat under the ansji'Ices of Itossia, at least oJ' those Whi" 
his Majesty Has a jiglit to reqiili* iVom a frieiidly P""''!; v?*! 
fore he fommits himself to Its gulA^oCf 1» a onesrion awctt'* 
the Immediate raffty mid the fulure ^v«SWlv <a hb '1«"""°?J 
—1st. A disrlosutt of the general views of the pMitJ*} '!" 
Kmperor of Russia j and of airy' engagements' intn '*'''"'. J^' 
mav have foicred ijltii rwprtf <S the dilfcrent Powen w ""T- < 
<(»irt«tic» W* Miu*«ir44ici mi interett j-rwid a^, SoiM »wn , 

..gitized by 





MdiferifiTe proof of the food nodcntaoding uiMotiiu; between H 
ViM^ntX nd U* aq^M Ally; such as >hall i>ati*r|r, not hu 
M^J ««ly> but £aiope and tke world, of llie impartiiUity 
«i(k«Mct Ik Inpemi Mtgesty has nndf rtaken, aad proposes 
<• liiiilUfr. the datiet of hii oSce <is Mediat0!r, , 
■TWiitspect <^ the IIM of tlietwo n«in«s wfcich Tlia<rest!«trd 
•(hMlttr^ iodispeosaMe, <:Fnenil Badberg appears as ^et to 
hn^gMe«of)tft|ierita» to fiVea verbal Bssai^md ttof «Mr« 
h sot Mf mtJrte, •««% the seeW* •fUdes <rf tbe Trewy of Til- 
•k, ttfaMtallBK for the thuttiag of the RaliiaB parti agsuut 

' M it wilt »nw»e««telf haTe occurred to y««r S*tt\Miey 
(kst ■ Astinction might probably be taken to M. De Bodberg s 
riad, between a tlipnlatMnfor tne iminedlale and nocondttloMl 
rimilWo of r purpose, and the af^eement to rrsbrt to it 
cenfMl/jr, andtr cirewnstances which may notvethavooceurtrd: 
mltkat, siippmiiic the (brmer only ta b* tae sense of M, dr 
Bsdbog's aisnraQMi, that assaraqce Mji^ht be literally true, 
(ttsat ia fact cooreying any tbiag cssontially satisfactory, , 

The iaiawMe to be dfaWD from this cimimiltaace is. Mint Ae 
lMi«B MMMcr thMM be colled upon by ye«r Esreltctiry >•< 
p«enl Bote, Mt t*r a siaple dssavowal only of any stnicle 
Mide, batfcr tho- cawwaicatton of the secret ^Hit'les them- 
irins, or at least of any aereement satqat or crentAaK Hi w hich 
tteiMitrert or Ul( eovMtty or its alHc* are tn aair tirgree coo- 

b (be (aaie formal mmmer a eommaolcstTnn shoiiM be re- 
i(tire4 of the hasU Of the peace propnsed hy France ; apoii 
■Uft the Rosoivi htUiUter does not appear to bBTt; ofered any 

The other two points are not so strictly eopoerled wifb tb^ 
^ediooirr Mediation. But it is neverthefetc perfectly rea»on- 
tklc that Ris Miy^sCy sitituld reqnire sonie ostensible prpof nf 
Ikepmd-wBl of bis august Ally, to counteract the geaerat ini- 
WnsioB which must bare been created by late events, of a dtfV 
limaoe aad disuuian hotween them t hefore his >IvJesty ran 
vKh a good gira^e accept those pflicei at the Emperor of Rus- 
Ih's hwsds, of wbich impartlatiiy should be the essential cba- 
nt<cr« No proof eonld be selected, af once so easy for his 
Iwpoia) Miucsty to elve, to grateful to his Mt^esty to receive, 
W aahnatin the eye* of fbe world, and so tittle llnhle to ex- 
irrtm OS the part of France, as the reo^val of the Treaty of 

With resfae«^ to the remaioliq; point, wbrob yvor Excellency 
iiiiMracied to urtfi, — a. communication oa the part of the Rus^ 
isa Governweut of its general views and policy for A» future, 
-)iM will o>>-4-rve, that h'is Imperial Majesty himself annexed 
iskb^oadiiloRiil acceptance of the mediaUfut df |he Emperor 
iIAiMria a similar demaiHl of the commuBication of tbe ge- 
ttaiviews 0t tbe Court of Vienna respcciiag tli« futnii; st^ie 


liAeTscMy of Barteiwteiii. rooctiided between h4s T^apetUl 
fl^Htj aad tbe l^iag of Prussia, and offered by them tn tbe 
•nrftaacearoiber fojicrsas the baai* of a ro-epcralioai for 
Ih porpoic of y roduciPg a fwral pacUU «mat|eaieat, a dis- 
■Mand dctiiiiMl eipositioo was entered iWn with respect not- 
■lyi* the Pw^it ima s drdttt be cow a rrbewi M as parties to 
ttetura^, tat t« itHtbe Powers of Lumpeia wlNMe Aite nny 
m«f ibe pri«et|»il P«wWs n^ be suppooed to be interested. 
Thwe acaMploa «f tsbat hi* laoperiai M>Orsty baa done, jwd 
«bitha har(vi|u|Md,wo«M soacientW aatbofizo Hit Miyesty's 
wli r liait to atealB a sinitar «xp(aaUia« all the pceseut oc- 

Bm there ■•« wtlKt grooads for i( iit the vrt«y itatn and cir- 
<SB<anMsafK«^pe, «s arising 9utof the Treaty of Tilsit, and 
ike ttipafuiona »uneaed to it ', t^sue nf wbicb ftipubttloas are 
•bcadv cflrryinK Jn*« esecMion in a way to eicite his Mq«Mv*< 
awrcMsiaw, if nM for hi* own isterrsls, Air thwe of Ms 
**in. It itpow lbU that bis X^jeMy should not thisik it esaps- 
M la be iaCanveA vtbetkcr tbe puftlic article of the Treaty of 
TlWt, wMrb reeogaije* the French King nf Na(>les<»U» as 
>i*t*'H>pl*'t H> ia eifect, cofitiradieted by a •rcret ankle, 
vhMaMlUtbis titta that of the Two Sirilie*r Tbe Mbw 
■^Mtiftlbe HeMrrraiwam aad tbti sarreoder •( Corfu, oal«> 
^1 give Tte to » variety of appreheosioas, which it wouM <>e 
^ AaiWRCM •€ both ewsotria* t« ^uM, •* at least to n-dace 
*Mit4|t1wi|tdiof trMh. Hat n«it hi* M^iesty the rlgbt t» 
■V^K mm* czflanailioD of the bitr«*iom of Rossi* wish r«- 

nta'Nrler f { apowervsMi w*»m-hi»JlliO<^tv Had* hiwH^t 
Jr.Md im atane ia tbe war, fur no attwr ttna Rmslaa is- 
Jj*. HUfctfl * VKOp* •f'wiwk*? Mi »»V^y «•» Hie aau 

Tbe«cte^c* yoar ExceUency will uifc in your ooafirfeace* 
with M. D. Budbelig with all the eiMlMrs«wM Wjlich their iiil> 
portsace rec|ttires, but at the same tl«s« cpcefalty avoiding ft 
stain of frproacti ; and even when youare obliged tp cjaifiesi ibt 
su!!)iirinn of engsgeineots having been enteted into nteh as hit 
Mairsty cannot but disapprove, conducting yoyr enqpiry in sgcb 
itmaMier atshatrlAid tf. De Bndberg to believe, tbtlt hi* Ma* 
jesty is altxloui^ rather fo lod tbe meaa^ of prev«iitin|^ or iviae^ 
dying the evH, than to dMcorer the ground* of eeii?pliii«t agaiori^ 

Up«ti tl>' whole, Tour Eiteelteiicy will rolfret from theae 'nt 
strncttaat, tbttt his Slnimy is as nmeh detitous, as ever, to ct(l« 
'tivste tbe friendsbip and alliance of the Eniperorof Itasiiat 
, that, be coiK«{vta tlie only cbvn<<e of safety for whan remains of 
: EuroBe to depend upon the renewal nf ngood underSiaodiof be* 
tWem them; that bis Majesty has never, even nnder apprar» 
ance tbe most unAtvonrablc, altogether despaired of such recur- 
rence, on the part of tbe Emperor, to the rouiiscit wbleb are 
liest calculated for his own glory, nnd far the tt-cacity of his owa 
domiliioat, a* it I* bow iMped has taiirn place : and that bid . 
Majesty, upon sucb a ebnqie, H eager to forget all that bii< 
pa-ised'of a naitiks contradictory to these cQwaelt, er iBee»< 

Xo. v. — EiitracI t^f TH*p«(rk from tie Stmt to tlU &m'!» 
dalfd Sipt. 87, ISOT. 
Mr, ronniag expmtes an catlre approbation of tb« aaiwer 
returned by. I^erd ti. L. Qower to General Budberg's note. Ila 
dwelto Of on thesuapicioq* circuewtabces which Ju^^lifled the refn* 
sal of the Ittcdiation of Ru'sia, and oa tlie accumulative iiifor... 
matioB received of the plans formed' b.V France to employ the 
D^ith navy against this country. Ue expresses an oameiit 
wish ihM Kutiia should become the mediator andgnarantee of * 
pa«ifleattoQ betweea the British a^d Danish Courts. 

No, VI.— Ejrtracf of a JHtpmtck fr^m the Bigkt If on, f^ri 
U. L. (ioiraBi ^ Mr. 5«er«Urw CAtiHlM(», eoted Stittemior 

ttM, lain. 

Hi* Lnrdsbip tnfonwi Me. Caaniog that th« MitOstry for Fo> 
reiga Affairs. Bad iieen transiierred froai General Budbeiig «• 
Conot Soltykiifft that tbe tatter had at length informed Mm 
tha* hi* Isaperiai Munty did net tbbk proper to coauauokate 
the secret articles of the treaty of Tilsit. '* It isnot," he said^ 
«n Accoaot of tbeir containing any Mipulations pnjadirial to 
Engtaad, Imt having ance delenaiaed that these articles shonid 
natbe made ptriiUc, the Emperor seei ao laaaMi fe» seeedkitf 
from hi* detemiaatiaB." 

No. VII.— extract «f « Dhfttth /irtmtht.Sm»t to tke Sense. ■ 

Lord G. L. Cover iafbmn Mr. Caeaing, that Ceuai Ro- 

manznw had finally been appaiated for FesvigB A*Mr«( *n4 

that he had already take* aa uppertuoity to prei* apoa Mai the 

subject* ia iigitatiub. 

Ho. 'till, — DStpatch froni the Same fotktS«m», iattiSepttm^ 
tem*tr lOtA, IMT. 
Lord n. L. fiower incloses a note from the Russian Minister, 
with hi* own reply. It appear* that the Court of Russia, hy 
ddays and aa«atiMactory oommunicatiom, had now begiin to 
jihow a want of cnnfldeace in the British Govemnuait.^ The in> 
ciaanics are. a« follows. 

TbcVaderticned ha* bad tbe hetioar te lay before the ^^ 
iperor, the Noie and the Copy of the Capitulation of CoiieDbart 
fSen, transmitted t« him by his Etcfllency Lord. a. L. Gower. 
His Imperial Majesty has viewed with iaftaite cniierm,' all the- 
sniifortiMa* whieh have overwhelmed a Moaatch, to »hea he- 
Isattaqhed, by tbe tic* of. blood, and of those of a loag friends 
khip. Wheq tbe British Ministry conceived the design oif de-. 
tpeiling Denmark of her flecii when they dispatched for that 
purpose.tixtbe Baltic, a numerous landi fitrar aail u raosidt^ble; 
Jieet, they gave no intimrtion of it to his Imperidl Miynty.' 
.rbi» silenee, this extreme reserve, may serve tjt a proof, that 
the Cabinet of 8t. James's "were themselves pccsiiiiilrd, that 
what thev were undertaking was directly contrary to the inli- 
rests of Runia, So in fiicl it is, and the Emperor owes it to ' 
biiAicIf, and ^o the iateretli of hU empire, ant lu shew Itiniiirl^ 
inseninble to tl. ' 

His Majesty considers hbwetf at Gnaranfee of tt)r srcvrity, 
aad nf tbe traAquiliily of the RallicKea: at^hui period tinve. 
the tntfiqiiillitv and the security nf that Sea bern so nmlested .la 
in this iuMaace? Tbe (Jad^Mignrd, havii^ apprised his Uritan- 

Oigitized by 




— -n — 1 I I 

FtB. 7. 

. KieMajetty'* Anihanador of the srntimrntt of the Emperor bU 
Matter, a*a)lihinisFtr<trthisoppartUDity, fte. 

St. Petertburgh, Sept. l-8», 1807. 

. The Uodenigned, hit Britaiwic Miyetty't Ambotiador, has 
thebononrto acluionledge therrceipt«f the Note afyettcr- 
da.y'idatr, which the Count dc UonansoU' addrc»i«4 !• bim. 
itc tvill lose DO lime in transaiiding it to his Covrl, bat the 
charcet wb|cb it epatBia(.agaM(t the British GovrrniorBt, im- 
poir nn the Vaitntgaici the duty of r(aiiettin( bit dccllency 
to iutunit, without driay, to hit Imperial Miynty, toaie obser- 
vatioos wbicb may plare in their true ligbtf the reciprocal pro- 
ceediogt ol'botli l^nwcrs, 

. Allluiugh (hr relrrity ijulif protabic to (he «secatioo of the 
inrauiresof prec;itt:ioa adoptrd with regard to DenuMrk, did 
not allnw of any anterior conimuoicatiuns, the Note of the 
Under^^i^urtlt dai«i the 2d nf Septemlwr, to far from ronceal- 
»ng the reasons which v^duced iii:vt £ipedition, dcclarrd tliem 
with franknr'*, and (hr explanation of tbrm was repeated an<l 
ftccompaoitd with details in the highest degree satisfactory, 
at the lir&t conference of the Undersij^ned with, the Alioiatry of 
that day. 

Tltp Secret Articles of the Treaty of Tiliit are moreoTer still 
Unknown to the Court of London ; and ilif T;odcn>igned has 
vainly required a communication of thu^e arrangements, the 
*tccotlun of which dally devclojies objects in no way conform- 
able to the spirit of the ancient alliances, and absolutely pre- 
judicial to those interests, the inainlenancc of which formerly 
connitutrd an es^otial part nf the Russian system. Is it then 
forRus»iato complain of secrecy, whilst that Court absolnlrly 
refuses (he only pxptanatinn which could ha^-c been satisfactory 
M> the Court of Luodoo, as to the imeiidaus and (he projects 
meditated with regard to her? This silence, this extreine re- 
jfrte, may serve as proof, that (heCabiupt of St. Petertburgh 
were ihemselvet persuaded that thoif secret arraogcmenis were 
directly contrary to the interests of Great Britain. As to the 
tranquittity of the Baltic, hiigland has never recognited any 
taclusite rights t and wlistttiver may haiw been the pretcmiout 
.' »t RtiMiatn t)ie4itle of (uaraatee of the tecurity of that tee, 
krr silence, at the period when every port from LabeCk tn 
Memel was shot atcaiost tbe Uritith flag, appean an openahaa- 
donatent of those pretrosinns. 

V». IX.— SxTKAcr •/ a DUpatth from tkt Sam* t» tha 
Same, dalrd Oct. 29U. 
Lord G. L. GowBH here ttittet the application be bad 
Blade to the Rattbw Coart M rettorr the neatrality ef Den- 
mark. The reply. of tbe Riwsiaa Mlaitterwill be teeniiithe 
ioilowiog coiiclutioa of tbe Ditpatcb. 
' Couat Roaiausow sttwcred, " ilev c.-u> Ruttia reeoiamend 
to Denmark lo submit to tbe affront tbc had rreei*ed, and to 
endure witli patience all berloMeti" I replied, " If by the 
cnotiou«uce of ibc war, Denmark could houe to reep^cr her 
ileet, slie might with reasoo be ioditposed tn litten to tueo ad- 
Tiee 5 but whcnit wM cviileot' to every person w4o reflected for 
• moment on the actual state of things, that the Cnurt af Co- 
penhagen, by tbe continuance of the war, euald gain nothing 
but the emranee of a French army into tbc body ofift territory, 
J eotildnot bat think that amandly repretentatioo from a 
Newtral power, of a danger which threatened the very et- 
iftrncr of Denmark, mjgbt recall (he Prince Rnyatto a more 
diniaKienate consideration »f ibe real iiitcrMti of hit coim- 

' Coont Romancow repeated to me, that he did not lee how 
the. Coatt of Petersburgb could interferes but added, that hr 
muld give me aoapatillvc answer lo what 1 had rrprrsented to 
bin, till be bad made bit report of my commnakatiou to bis 
Imperial Majesty. 

Vo. X.—'Eitraet «/ a DispateA from (Ac Samt U Me 5eiitc, 

tame iatt 
, L. G. GoWBK incloies a note in which be bad formally de- 
jsmsded from the Russian Court a commuolcation of tbe reasons 
for witbhotdingthe Secret Articles of tbe Treaty of TiMt. 

Ko. XI — Ertratt tfa Dhpttth from tie Sam* (• lAe Same, 
dated »i>. 4. 
Lord G. L. Cower ttates tbe difficulties he had expcrieiKred 
in procuring either a written answer from Ibe Russian Minister, 
or a personal interview. He mrotinft.s some private information 
ti:at the Aussian Oabii*t bad agreed to the pfopotitiuo of mc' 

dialing a peace belv^een us and Drpinark ; but had afterward' 
been deterred by the Tiolent threats of tbe French Ambas* 

No. Xll.—Bxtrtet ef # DUpalck frtm tkt Same to the Sam$, 
dated A'm. 8, 
LoidG. L GowBa inftnasMr. Caictins, that wearied 
oat Hith the diOeulty of obtaining a answer, hr. had addressed 
a Note to Connt RoManxow, desiring taikonw whether this wai 
to be construed into a determination to avoid the cnitomary 
cu|BBniaicstiont. To this note lie received an answer coalaiB- 
ing, almost in tbe tame worrit, tbe very tame topics ttalfd ht 
the Russian Declaration. Of this Urcluration, which washy 
that time also printed, and circulated among the foreign Mi- 
nisters at Petenburgh, his l.ordthip incloses a, copy^ 


In the garden nf Mr. Jeffery 's, attorney, at Cbatbaai, there 
are at this time hanfiag oa an Espalier tree tereral very Im 
applet of the last year's growth ; tbey are Crmly attached to 
the branches, and have all the appearance and caloar of the 
bealtbieM and freshest fhiit. 

Notwitbttandiog tbe tcvority of the weather, Mr. Staiobaak, 
of Scale-ball, near Lancaster, has two ewet, each of which, oa 
tbe S6(h ult. produced a fine ewe lamb, which are likely to do 
well, though tht^y remajned some hours upon the snow. 

There have been a greater number of partridges thit season 
than usual s and at tlir thooting of (hem ceased on Monday last, 
it is prabable tbe eniuiog scn>nn will prove fully t» abundant. 

Tlie marriage of a respectable (rudesronn of Beverley, with a 
lady nf that place, was li.\nl, ne uoderitand. for one day last 
week ; the ring .was bciught and every necctsary .preparation 
made ( but on b?i going in (be morning to call upon the iuteudrd 
hridc, he foun? to -bit great lurprize, that she had set offlbat 
morning on a matrimonial. jaunt to .Sculscnau church, with a 
Serjeant in, we believe, the bast York militia. 

A few days since a mclnnchuly accident happened (n John 
Marstou, at Acton-upon-TuSiielt, near Stafford, who being at 
work in » aiill by bimscif, tbe machinery caoj^ht bold of bij 
rlolbes, wfaif h wedged bim in between the bonaooialaud per- 
pendicnUr whcrls, by which he w.-is crashed to atoms 

A letter from Newton Stewari mehtionsa trem^out thunder- 
storm that happened about si\ o'clock in,tbemorttiii;;ofthr!^h 
ult. Between hearing tbe thunder, and seeing the lighlniiig, onl.v 
fnnr seconds elapsed. At Carsleigth, tbe horses in. the mail 
took fright, by wkirh means the coocb was ov e r t i nn ed. The 
poor animals were to stunned that th^y tpmcd ronnd, the wheels 
of the coach dcscribiiig n circle often feet diameter. The gaard is 
much braised ; bat tbe driver, and a woman and child who were 
.pasteagerai providentially etraped nnhnrt. 

A ynongwoonnin CumlKTland,ofasOBpoted pIMhorie habit, 
went to l^d in pei4ect health at night, bat arose totally Mind, 
and fcmainrd for a week in skat titoatfan. A surgeon, rooctiv- 
ing it tn proceed from a fulness of blood, opened an artery, and 
her tigirt was rrstoivd. 

Wrdofsday evening lant, a tborl time before tbe prisooen in the 
city gaol, of Oxfard; were loelced np, .ToboGrovt^, lately cem* 
mittcd upon a charge of bnrglary in the dwelling-hoose of Mr 
AMomtan Panoas,coatTived to escape from the part of the pri- 
son (n which be sras confined into the yard, and having placed 
tome planki agtUnlt tbe botnidary vrall to induce a belief that ho 
had succeeded in getting over, afterwards concealed himself in a 
stack of wood. iDCoateqaenCe of this, and aodrra pertnasiun 
thai heliad passed At wall, a rt'ward of 70 guineas siiuofleTcd, 
and the most active meosnrei ,wrrc taken fur bis nppreheasion. 
The prisoner! however, was retaken ia the gaol yard, at on early 
hoar on Friday nioming, after having Ihlled in a desperate at- 
tentat to scale the null, the too of which be bad leirly reach- 
ed, bat fell kacfcwards upon (be paveaent, and wot ditcoveied ■ 
by hit criet. It teemt if lay concealed in the vrood-ttack dar- 
ing the whole ef tbe preceding night and day, of a 
file, procared from anaparlnient iuthegaiti, where ooeofthe 

Eritoori* wot pormitted to trork, had coatrived to diKagog* 
tmielf from hit fetters. 

On Monday «igbt a poor wotaon, named Dcvine, who tells 
toys on Snnmer-hill, Dablin, woi robbe4 by (iMrooraSant with 
their facet blackened. They entered tbe poor croature's ibopf 
tvbere fho wat sitting, and kaond a cord round b«aiiack« (iv« 
neotiagitwith herhaadt,wbifh tbey placed nadcrberl^. and ■ 
tbiM depriaod her of £oniiaw4cating ber a|f t|CM,_ when, |ift«r 
giving her teverai vinlrnl blows, niii! nearly suflTucatini bori Wt • 
tarried ansy her civtbet, and dl. ia Boacy. ' ' 




Ci-vwa-OJSrr, fet. 2, 1808. 

.'' . . <.j ijntliToK, — Jaitics Gordon, Ilill-itrecti Berkdf y- 
."■...- . K>q. ia '.DC mom of the Hon. J^ho Cvtt, now Lord 
i . ■ ' called up to the Houw 6f Peer?. 

■■■r'l I'/Wrtrten. — The BifUt lion. Richard Ryder, of 


"■ .iliain E^^oo and Robert Kii>iOD,juii. Bocklersbury, ware- 
i 'i«', (a ^rrcfider I'eb. 9, 16, aun Murrh 15, at ten, at 
C: . i::ui). Attornrv, Mr. Williaint, Urd Linn-squarr. 

'. '.-1 fnoeiii, Liverpool, merrhjDt, Feb. "H, ^3, and March 
13, ito:;*, at the (n<»be T.-iiem, Jobn-itrrct, Uveipool. At- 
(tTj.c-, Mr. HicharJ RoKliniau,oT Charles UowliiKon, Cburch- 
jird-id.irt, T.'inple, LoudoA. 

i.liubeih Hiilrac, Manchester, Tictuallrr. Feb. 18, 19, and 
Wirc'i !.'>, i.1 eltvcu, at Ihe'DoK Tarem, .Miincheater. Attor- 
tri, yf*:t!. Jofavioii .-ind Bailey. Manchetter. 

.'L>vj,a Pickle, StJdon, Uoiiierton, Middlesex, merchant, 
hii. 6, Ki. and March 15, at trii, at Guildhitll. Attoriiies, 
\i:.-.-. .ili.>ik, Lusnell, auJ Corner, York-street, Southwark. 

^'•'I'.ian-. MTvel!, l^xcfrr, jeweller, Feb. 6, at two, Feb. 16 
i.i :'i'rc!. 15, "at ten, .it (juiidhall. Attorney, Mr. Orchard, 
K'.'.nn rjarden, I-narton. 

. '■- ■. I;'. Ruben., Khaynder, Radnorshire, flannel-manufac- 
ti.:r-,|Fr.b. i^i, y.|, aud March 15, at ten, at Ihc Red Lion Inn, 
iUrr'.iird. Atlomies, .Mr. John Aston, Hereford; Mr. .(ohii 
Oitilin, BuiUh, Ureconj and Mejirs. Street and Wolfe, Phil- 
pu'-!;tnt', F.-iic'iurch-strcet, London. 

Jul.u'\Vi!AinsAi|, Liqiiurpond-iilreet, Gra>'"-inn>lanr, baker, 
I'b. ;3, ;-0. aiil March Ij, at eleven, at Cuildhall. Attorney, 
V', i;'- '.id Ntiilol'old, Fenchurrh-slrret. 

"•'.•;: i.,1 ')avi.;, North-street, t!hel»ea, plasterer, Feb. 10, 
k •:»i M:i:cb 15, at ten, at CoildhaU. Atlorucy, Mr. £d- 
I'litd ilonard, Uare-eourl, Temple. 

Marcb!^. Jamei Ilnrry. and Rirhard Powlei, Naj^VIIead* 
coart, Cracechorcb-ttreet, mcrrhanis, at ten, at Guildhall. 

March 1. .ilMry Kaatrs, Wamfhrd-court, ' Throgmortm- 
MiKt, menhani, at eleven, at (iitildhall. 

Feb. S3. Joteuh I.uvelt, Birmingham, pin-manuflirtartr, at 
(inen, ai Htylc* < Hotel, Temple-ro«r, Birmingham. 

Feb. il. Robert Atkiucoo, Manchcfler, innkeeper, at two, at 
at Coach and HorK*, Deamgate, Manchester. 

Mrb. S7. Wtlliatti Jackson, Mabrhester, baP-lining-coKer, at 
In, at the Bfid|cew«ler Arms, Manrbester. 

kttck I. J ofhoa -Morgan, Llanfiiiraiyhrin, Carmarthenshire. 
<aker-a<erch«iit, at ten, at the GoMen Lion Inn, Breruu, 

Ftb. 99. 'n'iiliam Middleton, John Holland Pemberton, and 
^t« Feltun, Liverpool, merchants, at one, at the Ulobe 
inrrn, Liverpool. 

FA. «4. Mrt^es Wood, Dean-street, Westminster, laylor, at 

Keb. tt. Stephen Pnrklts, of Acton-green, carpenter, at ten, 

Keb. «T. James Frost, fioswctt^treet, brass-fbnnder, at ten, 

. Feb. ss. GroTge Frederick Giafe, Taoley-street, farrier, at 
ordTe.atGiUMhalL ' 


A. Bain, Birchca-lane, merchant. 

J. tfawkin, Jan. MillpoMl-streei, RermondKy, boat-bnilder. 

A. .sibbaid, Wapping-strret.iilopseller. 

J. Thompson, Liverpool, merchant, 

T, Davits, Kindcrton, Cheshire, vriue-merchant. 

C. Bartlett, Canoon-street-mad, itone mason. 

T. Oswald, Berwiek-opon-Tweed, bread baker. 

K. Adams, Soathamptos, ship-lMilder. 


_ Croun-O_fficr, Feb. 6, 1808. 

■■««««« RETVaWCD TO SERTB IK r.tai.IAMC<IT. 

<»5C»»/C«.tfeftWn^._non. Lieut. Col. R. FnlkGreviUe 
"Jw, in the room of the Hon. Charles Bagot, who has ac- 

^^^t^tf Trtfcn!i.—V!m\*.m GoreLangton, in the room 
««sd«iie» WcMsfonb, Esq. wlM>ba» a«<epttd of the Mai>or 
tftatlfcadKd, Bertw. 

Huruvgk of yarmoulh. — iieiijaiiiin Cooke Griflenhooie, ia 
the room of Jervoiee Clarke Jervuire, deceased. 

JBoroufh «/ UiUheil. — Charles Trelawney Breretnn, Soho- 
equare, in the room of George Galway Mills, Etq. who has ac- 
cepted ttie Chilleru Hundreds. 

Cttv of Rath. — Charles P.vlmer, ITsq. in the room of John 
Paliaer, Esq. who has necepteU the (.'btltcm Hundreds. 
MaUhew Bailey Tennanf, Great ,Mie-street, Wbitechape!, 
sujcar-refiner, fioin Jan. 16 to .March 5, at ten, at OuiMhall. 

'WTniam (iniri;, Jnnies-street, Buckinjhain-gnte, nuaey-'* 
scrivener, from Fcl>. to March 3fl. nt ten, at GuildfaaU. 
Thomas Gray, Romford, innholder, to surrender Feb. IS, SO, 
and .March 19, at ten, nt GuiMhall, London. Ationtiet, Mr. 
Catting, Bitrtlctt's-buildiugs, Holborn ; aud Mr. Terry, Ram- 
. Robert Cookesley, Poole, Montgomery, timber-merchant, 
.March 7, 8, auH 19, nt eleven, at tlie Oak Im, Poole. Aitot* 
nies, Mr. NicbulU, Poole; aod'MckKt. Milue and Parry, 014 

John Parkinson Woolley, Walliam-green, brewer, Feb. 19, 
90, and .Marcli 19, at twelve, at Ouildball, Loudoa. Attorney, 
Mr. Henry Taj lor, TookVcourt, Chancery-laoe. 

])a\id kec", Llaiielly, Carmarlheu, shopkeeper, Feb. IS, l(f 
and March 19, at eleven, at the liusU luu, Sivan»ea. Attomies, 
Mr. William Philipps, Messrs. Davis aud Berriugtun, Swansea; 
and Messrs., Williams and Bfooks, Nen-tquare, Linculn's-lnB. 

Valerio .Vnlonio Seiias Barreto, .Liverpool, merchant, Feb. 
10, SO, at eleven, and March 19, at five, at the Shakespeare Tu- 
verii, BiciBiqgbani. Allomicb, Messrs. Kiuderlcy, Lug, aal 
Ince, Grav's-inn ; aud .Mr. Palmer, Birminf-bani. 

John Macfadzen, Liverpool, roerrhaiit, Feb. 8K, 84, an4 
March 19, at ouc, ut tiie Lilobe Tavern, Liverpu4«l. ^uomies, 
Meitfs. Crump and I.adge, Liverpool i aud Mr. Bi^tye, Chan- 

Jobn (U-ieveson, the elder, Newrasile-npon-'t^ne, viatiier, 
Feb. K), and March 8 and 19, at eleven, at the i'brce Indiaa 
Kiu^s, XetTcastle-upnii-Tyuc. Attornies, Me»s». Ciaytuu, 
Rruniell, and Brown, >encastle-upnu-Tyue; aud Messn. 
Clayton, Scott, aud Blamire, L>Mcoln's-lnn ^ch -Square. 

Richard .Seubrook, tireat Bradley, Sululk, buieber, Fcb.S, 
at four, 9, and March 19, lU eleven, at the Red Lion, New- 
market. Attornie*, Mr. Cimper, Cambridge : oiid Me>»n. 
Windus, Sun, and itollnway, Suiitbampion-buildinp, London. 

Ralph Wodlilove, .\iu«Horth-Mill, Liuuatbirc, ealiro-pria- 
ler, Feb. 88, 8:j, and March 14, at eleven, ul the Brldsewater 
Arms, Manchester. Allnrnieii, Mr. .teddoo, Manchester | aoA 
Messrs. Lyon and Collyrr, Gray V Inn. 

Joseph Con ley, Sheflield, cutler, Feb. 12, 13, and March 19, 
at eleven, at the .^ngcl Inn, Sheffield. Attomies, Mr, John 
Wilson, Grevillc-street, Hattoii-Gardeii; and Meisrs. Riming, 
ton and Wake, SticfBeld. ' ' 

Richard Kdgiflgton,thc elder, Abingdon, hemp-manufactorcr, 
Feb. 19, at ^wo, SO, and .March 19, at twelve, at the Lamb Inn, 
Aliinj>dnn. Attomies, Mr. Morland, Abingdon; and Alrssrt. 
Maddnrkand Stevenson, Llnrntn's-fim. 

I'homas Boyd, Ld^warc-road, Rrocer, Feb. 15, at two, 84, 
and March 19, at one, at Gaildhali. Attomies, Messrs. Dajr 
and Hamerton, Cullum-strect, rencburrh-^treet. 

Robert Jones, Gover-'strect, Whitechapcl, silk-winder, Feb. 
16, at ten, 89, nt eleven, and March 19, at ten, at Guildhall. 
Attorney, Mr. Bland,' Racquet-court, Fleet-street. 

William Cuss, Pontefract, miller, Feb. 19, 16, March 19, at 
eleven, at the Red Lion, Pontefrart. Attomies, Mr. Towns* 
Ponlefract; and Mr. Ileorv Blakrlock, Tiinple. 

Thomas Wright, Delvcrt >n, Somersetshire, innkeeper, March 
1, 8, 19, at eleven, at tie Three Tuns, Tiverton. Attomie., 
Mr. Lys, Xo. U, Took's-eourt, Chancery-lane ; and Mr. Tho- 
mas ReuiCrll, Tiverton. 

Mark Clemeoce, CrareU'^treet, Strand, taylor, Feb. 15, at 
two, 84, and March 19, at one, at-GvildbulI. Attorney, Mr. 
Charles Hamilton, Tavistock'.row, Covrol-Garden. 

Richard Mount and William Roberts, Angel-court, London^ 
merchants, Feb. 13, at eleven, 83, at twelve, Marcli 10, at 
eleven, at Guildhall. Attomies, Mei«rs. Bluut aud Bowamn, 
Old Pay-office, Bmad-stiect. 

John Rcntuu, (ilouccHer-terraee, Stepney, niaster-marinrr, 
Feb. 19, atone, 80, at twelve, March 19, at eleven, at Guild'-' 
hall. Attorney, Mr. Healing, I.awrrncc-lauc, CUeapside. ' 

Feb. 87. .lohn Radcock, Pat^rposter-row, liookielkr, at 
twelve, at OuilUhaU. 

Digitized by 






. Keb. tn. CliatVk Urdtey, B<at.4a-Tiia Im, Fket-Mreet, 
ce«ch-miutpr, st rwelTr.nt (iuildluUI. 

March 1. Jowph Stevew and Jobn Cartttr, Bi«n4-itr«et, 
Cbnpiklic, wiir«hoo«eiiien, Ht one, at OuiMball. 

March i. John Carteton. Uilhrck-Hall, Westmorelaad. cfrt- 
tafirlplaner, at oar, at Guildhall. London. 

March I. Henry itemsley, Great Cpraai-«treet, RmkII- 
•qunre, baker, at teo.atauildball. 

March i. J«ha ]>ebrett, .Piccadilly, boolueUer, at one, at 

F«b. 29. Jolm Mar««n Sairjrer. Joseph Fletcher TmemaD, and 
Joseph PAfrlliCaiinoD^reetiBwrchanO, at eleven, at Ciuild ball. 

Feb. ST. Charles Glover^ Albemarle-ktreel, uphobterer, at 
«iw, at (luildball. 

tell. S7. Kdward Green, Charles-sticet, Sob«-«fiiarr, manV 
mercar, at one, at Gulldbatl. 

Feb. ST. Oeorge Scott, Upper Tbamet-street, froeer, at ten, 
•t Ouildball. 

Feb. 8S, Jochoa Pirtb, Bradford, Torksbire, mercbant, at 
•levn, attbeTalltat inn, Bradford, 

Klarrii 4. Williaai UnMtn, SkirbrHc Qaarler, Uncnlasbtre, 
codl-neiebant,.ale|«T«ii, at the Peacocjt Inn, Boston. - 

Feb. 29. >niliB« Kirkby, Manchester, incrdiant, at eieven, 
«t the Dog Ta>rrn, Peansgatr, Manchester. 

Feb. i.1. Edward BaUdon, Mnnchester, grocer, atelcTrn, at 
the Brid»rw»i<T Arms Inn, Mai.rhestcr. 

MardiS. William Tarnbull, Bell Savage-yard, Ludgste-faill, 
4ealrr, at efeveo, at GtiHdhall. 

Moreta 5. James CunMb!;hdnt, Texfbrd, Suffolk, grocer, at 
twelve, at (tnildball, London. 

Feb. ta. John Setitt and Cbaties Steoart Bissett, LlTcrpnoI, 
M^or-mrpriiants, at twelve, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool. 

Jeb. ST. George While, Wtritecbapcl.road, grocer, at ten, M 

Feb.8S. Tliomn and John Woodcroft,ShefBeld-Moor, York* 
tbirp, coin|H«*<Mfact<lKn, Ht twelve, at the Oaoige Inn, Shef- 

March 8 Jame? Han* .iu>d John Martin Sawyer, Tower- 
Eoyal, nerohantii, at efewo. at Guildhall. 

Mairll M. Peter P«gnt«», Cbeiif«idet and Thomas Baio- 
kri<H(e, Mooehtster, warehoosamen, at civrlve, at Gnildhan. 

.\pril 11. Ahrah^ Mctxies Pereira,<Hd Betfalem, merchants, 
•t ten, at Onlldhali. 

May W. £d«r»rd Whltrlocke,0«een'»-row, PentonvMle, in- 
(•niare-broker, at too, nt (iirildbBll. 

Feb. 8:1. WiHiaffi Barren, Stockton, |tneo-di«per,'I>aTbam, 
m eIrvfB, at tiie Black Lion, St^kton. 

Marrli I. John Edwards, Wigmore-stieet, Cavendish-square, 
ladler, at ten, at OoUdhall. 

Fch. 29, William Davies, |4«erpool, slater, at one, at tbe 
Onbe Tavern, Mverpool. 

Feb. 89. ^Vall^cr, Leeds, merchant, at rle*ea,at the 
Tbree Legs Inn,<l«. 

(>amiiel Brvoa, Chartag-rsow, swor^ntler. 
.Tahn'ri.omp»nii, llsnd-citurt, L'liprr-Thames-street, stationer. 
James Kichniaml. Snath-Sliieldi, mcrcbanti 
Riehvd Walker. Leicester, dealer. 
John Pbillipi, Hradnork'i Marsh, Warwick, miller. 
Itohert Swaiiir, John Swaior, il.-tnnab Swaiae, Jos^ftb Swaine, 

Halifax, John Kwaioe, London, and Ueary Ranisbottom, 

Bradford, mrrrhantf. 
ftrphrn Puikisr, Acton-green, Middlesex, rarpenter. 
'f hitmas Bailey, I.iverp««>l, ttml>er-niercfaaut< 
HV'illiam Jonrs, Liverpool, stationer. 
Christopher Morris, buslinthorpe, Yorkshire, mamifartorer. 

miiiiiiiiiHi ■ tmsmtaaammmmmmmmtmmmaaBsisaBsi 



roK FEBnuAnT isoe, 

ft tkit Day pitilished, 

Belngthem'SKtZF.^TH NUMBER, »pUniiilyKmMK*M 
mth the anlj) cornet Portrait eotr praented to the World of ki^ 
Oraeefhe DvM* or DKyosmitE : Fathionahle Coitumet ojftkc 
JVobtA, jlrehUccture, Origtnel Mmic, t(c. 

The Proprietor* can with oonM^KC offer the Pablicatinii of 
this Month to the Public, as turpaning My of their former ones i 
and they still hope to shew themaelves in each sacepc4ing Vo- 
lome, as approaching to the fullilAant of their prMaiao to fhrm 
a Work which shall be to posterity pot only a nrmit XtgUttt 
of the Manntrs and Eveutt of the present Dag, but also a proof 
of the acme to which the Arts have arrived in tbe Nineteen Cen- 
tnrv. They prrsnme to call the Public attention to tbe following 
prominent features of the Magaxine :— In Biography — the gene- 
roOl doBsestic character, and pnblic spirited conduct of a Deron^ 
thin. In Hittoiy — the passing Events of the Day naturally 
call oaf atteiMioB to the Brmzttt. In tbe reidms of taste — tbei# 
K'sav on Bpte Ptetrg mast be acceptable, whilst a uoderato 
and impartial inveAigation of the salgeet of JhulHng, wiU ba 
ii'it andrserving the notice Of the social Moralist, In their Ar^ 
&i'rn^.ir— though tbey voBld not willingly break a biittcr6y oa 
a nbeel, jTt they have thought it benetirig) to anatomise ^■ 
would-be popular (/cclurer, Mr. TheU^^l! Whilst in tbe rmpar* 
tiality of ineir Rtvteius, and the general variety of their ligklet 
.nrticirs, tbey hope there will l>e something pieasiK to every pa<r 
late. Theiranimadversionsonsnme nf tbe passing ni>MMM,«ader 
their more immediate Smji Iff mi if« article, and ibeir S;sarfnij( 
Biogrophg will, tbcv hope, have a like claim to pablic fbvoar. 

Primed by and fiir J. B. Belt, and J. De Camp, H». II,' 
Cathcritic-stnret, Strand ; and maybe bad of all tbe Boofcidlei* 
thi'<iugh the United Kingdom. 



fii»ir i i'i.'i 1 1 ssaes 


,1 ■ ■ ' I I I t 

roinicit. MfHSTs or tuu nmnM. . . 

After liavin* overrun the ContineBt oC E^opc, and trie4 
in vain to rym this. couQlrj, by »hiittiii|; the covtinestal 
ports against our commerce, BonArAKTn hat agwn begtw- 
lo renew loudly his threftti of camiaj; war iMto tbe hMrt 
of these itiauds. Instead of dinMiiuhiiij hit fArcM after 
his coaqoest* have been completed,. )ie still goes on »»f' 
iMnting hit Vast armies, hy flic forced means of antici- 
pating the annual Couscriptionit. By a late Decree of bit 
£ienatr, the CoB.<icription of 18QP i» already called out* 
and the reason given for this measure is to «arry war iota 
tbe heart of Great Britain.r The folkviag short extract 
will make our readers acquainted with the style sod sfiirit- 
in which this bombastic BecMe- is written : 

" From the Baltic to the Mediterraaean, from the Nile ♦«' 
(be Karva,.bnt few points rentalln ta tbe English fbips where 
ihey can land, or whire they are not forbidden totmtrb; But' 
it is not sufficient to bave^ by a just t«cipr«c(ty, prononnred 
against England that dreadfol trstteaceof oMtawry ; she mast 
not be peroiitted lo be at rest in tbe irat of her inioailiMt domi^. 

TTKi /s...... .^L.iii. .j;4»..MC.n« Ai.....!.... t :.»>_««t nation, upon anv of her coasts, in.aav of ber nUoaies, under 

n^'l'Tvetr^rayr^islfSuron^^^^^ r,,'':£r.;&'"r^irea"t^or 

«, »*uh.,e. fSr rte^proseCuTion of the war, and a letter fl jL-'T^^'^i^N'^":? fJ^Sr:'^'!^' Itl " fA^^t 

ous meaihiFes for tbe prosr<uttoi 

io tbe Admimlty, gives advice nf tbecaptui« of the Qoixot* 

fipanish privateer, of Sgnas, xod99'wen.] 

The Ftrtt Jfumier of Tna 

Nation A I. Rroistxr it now 
fe-printed, and may he had of all the if ewsmen and Booksellers. 
T%» Kmhiematical Titlc-Parf will, of course, contioue to be 
4e)irered Grtttit with the First Namhrr. 

A dittlngoisbed Officer In the Army having favoured the Pro- 
pr^tors of this Paper with the turioua Lirii uf Gbnebai. 
WnrrBLOcKc, which contains many Farts relative to the Cx- 
mlotlt of that General, tbey have been induced to publish it, 
Vhlcb may be had at their OBicc, No. II, Catberioe-strefl, 
Strand; or of any of tbe Uuuksellert aud Mewtiaeo, price It.6d. 

[ naced in alt others, England skould know not where to dii^t 
the little mili^Mry farco of wbicb she has the diH>osat « and tbst 

|our armies, more formidable ifaatscver, thooM be ready to carry 
into ber possessions oar vidorioat and avenging Easle<. Snrb, 
G^wilemaa, «i«tba atotivet wbiob havf detampacd haMsJcity 

[•to demand a new Conscription." 

The Decree Uiea pcooeeds to declare, that there are still 

^hipt lit!ioQ|(ii|f( to the Continent, that the Frcsteli: Jv'"*** 

'may still reach the English nulitia, that Ireland may Jt* ^ 
hope fur succour, and India eipect deliverers!' K*eo 0f 
the wildest times of the French RerobiHoo, we haae ••* 
read a more esteavagant ]>i«ee ef declaaMtioa. ' . .^ 

The Monlteur abvcoivtaiaitwe re{>ortt from tbe Wm^ 
of Foreign Afiairt, reUtiTe ti> the iavaaioa «f Fottag^'' 

Jigitized by 



T^E tf ATlONAt ItEGiStEIt. 





Sf) crime whatever U allej^ed agaiiut th« Poiti^uete n- 

lenmerii, except their firm drtermiMtion n<^t to teiae the 

penoni uid tbips.'and conMcatc th« property oif tke British 

nikleeti, who bait trurted tfaeinselTes tu the ^dd faith of 

tli«t<^Teniment| and who were united to the Portii^eie 

k; 10 anricat and toJeran alli^iHce. Much is said of the 

diriagperfidjr of the Portugues<: towards the magnaKtaiaui 

EnruoK of tbc FacNca t and the teu^uri^iag of that peo- , 

{lie. whiJe aUem|4iiig to «roi<l the (torrai ia branded a* a 

molt iflfaaout ^ece »f Mif<Mtiire. Never was there a 

UR uaUmbiofp BMMifiwIo cinMlatad i B«v«r were there 

Mfe futile reasoBi urged for driving a goTemmeiit into 

etiie> Bat the ttinitteri at the conclusion df the report, 

teb bis SoTcreign that the British still inedifate attempts 

Ipinit Portugal and the western coait of Spain, i^gaiust 

Ctiliz and Ceuta t and that it wuoltl be neccMarj to have a 

luge force stationed ia that quarter. 

inether report from the Miniitor at 'Vl'ar ftatet tbe pra- 
|i(aii«n maluog for tiie Mymmtfatiwi of the fiorce. and en> 
Ml hh Mmbstt to li»lea h> the vaioe of all Vrance, 
*M, he tm, deauutds tha* there sh«ll be ao Peace tilt die 
tkutiet ef the ii<a«.areeett<nMred. These bragnrt 4«dftnm- 
tiits, Jifce many others wrltich -we have recehred firoai the 
awdnumeli mean little, nhd indeed are in a great raea- 
Mw intended to conceal the truth. That the people of 
fnnce are long <ince tired of conscriptions, and would with- 
*ut aaj hesitation give up tbc question of the dominion of 
tit ttai, provided they could procure the restosatioa of 
pio a a d foMKMer, is what no nnui'«aa 'dwtbt : now is it 
>W wrt a m that iite preseet dicjeuUtd and eitended. state 
*flhe FcesKl) domiuions, will fumith ample employment 
>»Mhe tt mi ip tiwaf iw>»t without *ae ^tiiem ever e«. 

Ttevery protracted debate* have tW« werft taken pTace 

■ mHouileaf Commons) the one respecting the business 

•f Copenhagen, and the latter relative to ttie Orders in 

CaoociL Nothini^ very remarkable occurred in tJiese Qe- 

kal(s,M tl(c afgirotanUon both sides have already been agi. 

t*M ud csbaiHted. Tb« two parties, however, tried their 

lic^Ktli ia adivnioo, on the ijusstiou of Copenhagen i and 

** majority of Ministers was found to exceed the calcu- 

wsas eves of their most ranifiiinefrimds. Mr. P««r*o»*T, 

l<*tter>in>iaw to Lord Gkrv, ha* stoud forward a* the 

laler of th» opposition, while Mr. Canning is placed at tbe 

■•tef (te Mimaterial orators in thr lli>ui<i of Common*. 

"•hit « few yearf|M*ce wc s^w tbc«e stations occupied by 

"ti Hid PoY 1 To what revohiJtions are the talents of 

f*fis(a* well M tke preqierit^ of r.mpiret lubjcct. 

fcvttil r«porl« hare bemi circulated in the course of the 
*t^ that Sir Richard .Strachan bad rrturned tu his ktation 
«■ iMstr birt It »» now inccrtaincd that he in still in pursuit 
''UePrencht aAdit U supposed that tbdr dettiiuUiun i$ 
■MWMlIiidks. _ 

^^»he Hi^ wbicb arrived on Thursday from Mtlt« and 
l!^?^' ^ nre informed that igmat riuiire i* about to 
■^•peraled ia S|min< under the inMoenee «m Bonaparte, 
"■•id. that Ui« Priticn of Ashiria* i« to be decld'red So- 
1***^ fco*h of Portugal and jipain, and that his father is 
?,**<«t«J*«» «""«»• «f Hin Intter kingdom. In retom 
J|*the aqitisitidnof Portngal. Spain is to cede Porto Rico 
2* ^'*«*«> Boonparfe, and to ^rant to Pranoe a free trade 
■•n her South American pov'esMons. 
^ «*»' 4ited Vill» Real, loth l)oc«nber« citracfed from 
*^*™*' Chrcmirle, gives a deplorable account of tbe 
^.rfPortngal since Ui« enUaHcei>f the French, who, it 
■J".?*** •• •••*%. *««. *»«* ••«*»• tlwmelves ravenpiM 
"•Noodjt a* wolves. Though Junot baa a large amiy of 
"*««■ '^f l id a there, he hns rM)nir«>d more tfoop* to 
?*pK(e the Mil^ogstion of tbe countrv.-^ln addition to 
"•*»«*«e«, itaMMtralroffl |n*»«te let'tersthat Portugal, 
"••jpmt port orSp«in>nn! niflbring the greatest distress 
2*" «^«»» On tke 1 8tli ah. itwas nnderrtood at Lisbon 
2f ?f* "!** Woriii4B« for only <\s wcdw in tins city t 
^ «• mall Iwir, wibich was forvMrly ipl4 at tbo fate of 

8id English money, had risen to 13d. U ii said there arc 
M,OOOJPrench troops in Portugal. 

Official details ot the action* at Bueno* Ayres i-tve bent 
published in the Madrid Court Gazette. The; are of gre^t 
length. Linierf asserts, that the English army lost -JOOO 
men in the first attack. It is also stated that Ceiieral 
Whitclocke made him a prccent of a cword, a* an acknow- 
ledgment for the humanity shewn by the Spaniib Coib< - 
raauder to the Bngliih priionen« and the wounded. In're* 
turn General LinieranreMfDted aenw valuable minerals, and 
other corioti tie* to Gtfnetal WbitaiDcke. 

Trial of GcftekAb WHiTELacKS.-^After eoin]^tiBg the 
examination ef Lientenant-General Gower, np to'thenigbt 

g receding the attack on Buenos Ayre*, Lieutenant-Cblonel 
urke.tbe Qnarter-Master'General to the: troop* at Buenot 
Ayret, wa* called in a* the aecond witnes*. 0i* examination 
occupied the Court till ye<terday, when theezaiWBBtiaa o^ 
Brigadier-Genera! Crautnrd eommeaced. 

'J'hc Lord Cbaacellor bu rejected tho afplteatieaL'ttf 
Bulloek the Bankn^tT b«w under *enteace of death in 
ffewgatei to *et aside the Commission of Bankruptcy 
istoed againrt hisn. Re will therefore safTer, unless hi* 
Majesty in hi* Royal clemency ifaoaU think proper to 
faidontheimfortunate cujprit. 


Wednesday, abovt twelve o'clock, hi* Ujuascr eame to 
^wn from W^dsor, to the (tneeit's PaUce; 'where tbc 
l>uke* of Yona, Keitt, Cdhberlano, and So**bx, were 
in readiness to receive him. _ 

9ooa after two o'elodc his MAjesTT lielff a private 

The followtng had the Iioiiour of being preieated to hi* 
Majb«tt t 

l/nrd William Brctinck, npon his return from India.— The 
EnrI of LoBdoadrrry, bv ViKennt Castlerea|il.— The Rev. Ur. 
Dodswrl), npon his being appointed .^ Canon of Chriitcbnrcb, 
Oxfafd. — TheB«v. Or. Buiby., iip«»liUb>''1ngappoiate<l to the 
Deaiterv ef Rochester. — Lord Proby, De|iuty i^j■taat-Onrl>at ; 
«f the forces in the MMltlerranean. upno his return frttin Sicitv. 
-'llriicadier-fVaenil Arklaod, npoa his return from SiWth Aa>e- 
ricit.— The Rev. Mr. Ryder, npon kis being appsiutsd to the 
Canoory of Windsor. , 

Ris Mate^tt care aodiettire to the CaMnet Mini*t«n, 
and Lord Heathfieldt also held a Privy Coancil#at which 
bis Majesty -performed the customary form of pricfein^ 
for the Sheri£& of England and Wale*, for the }ear ea* 

About l«e o'clock, hi* Mascstt set of Tin lit* return tat 

' BntAB.— Tues*iv the price of Titftul was ordered In fc.-" 
raiwd (<> lid}, the unartem loaf of wUeateii, and loa. houbc- 

feAST J\mA~\FrAIRS. 

' Ivoti-rtof<B.— ■«'(Mnr..U, a i;uHrt«f DiNTtwr^ was hAI,. 
when the undcriiiriKinnedCaptBins were <wom into tfcr ••im>«i>»o<l 
ofthrir n^fftlvc ships, viz Capt. Stifthro JIawis. of t^r 
Monarch, for Madeira, Madras, aii4 hrngai. Uapi, Williiiin 
livnrh, of the Harriet — .S«i4rw and nen|;d. The Coart ad- 
jmimedatiix o'c(M!ktill to mnrrnw. 


On tbe l«t of Fchrwry, a lady made her/r«f isn>e«r«ii(e at 
Klnrn The wards " fir<t apprar>uire on <*» ttt^e" wlilf* 
were as osnal emplaved in the hill-: of, ihe dnv, wrw m implr, 
not that tbe eentleman or lady whom 1h«y'rej!«r4 hasnetr-r 
acted, bat that he or she has never acted in I.»n4»». In Hie 
latter senfC we are, on this orrasiao. partittitarly inrlined (• 
take then ; for the Jadv, of whana we are to spenfc, nrfed <« 
much h-ner than ever A'lA Mi« from a dmwin^-rnnm, that It is 
imjixsIMe for uf to betiev* h»r atotal iroviw, nt erei the mere ' 
otnli^; uf a p«va(a lSe«air. V'e «nder>:aaA.ihat ibr wifbe* 



FEB. 4 

1*play Cort; bat Uiattb* &ftttiager$, po^pomf Mr». II. Kid-- 
ioiit, and ntahinp to ««|>ply the plare n( Mrs. Povetl, wb« 
r^atiiiues lii» «ll, ni!>itl«<i ibat Ehrira >hi»uld be " the Hppearing 
•' part." M e have before had ocra.«ioo to.lamrat thst Minagerv 
Mill permit a pcrfiirnier to pliiy ourt any cliaractcr which tliey 
know he iirver will be fUlTerdi to play URaiii } tut b.ow RreaJlj 
to lie lilanird ate those ilirertiin, whii'l.riii); a lady, ugainit hrr 
icill, to .tci a p«r(, which »he concciiei above bcr power ! The 
f«rt ii, that though the fair candidate of Monday nisbl ha> a 
cnmpletc |MWjesii«n of the stajte bu«i(u-<>t, and appeared !•■ have 
€incei»ed»mo»i.iu»t idea of th» character allolied to her, yet 
iUe has not siiffii'ifni msgeoty of pennMi. nor lufbcieal power of 
▼•ice to latlrfy eitiicr tlie eye., or the ear, ia KMra — at lenit 
not on the ttafo oi° »o vast a theatre a» JJIrury-lane. Her action, 
berrarriag*, and bcr tonef, would ba%e bi'eii exceedingly ap- 
propriate, if >be bad possen^rU (greater bright of fi)(ure, and' 
strength of delivery; but that mrimirr which excite» admiration 
iaa watann'- qua'ittcidetKcgintt" is i«)t elTective from a di- 
minurivC'Ssure aod deader voice.-~-The tubliinr if incapable of 

liowevtr, we'slHHiidbe T«ry«>rryto ditcourage t1ii» younp 
lady. Wr will npt Hatter. Jier, by iuiyiii|r> *l>i<t *<> *^'"^ 
tlie COB be vtty surre<-ful ia n Lmml«n play-bouse, 'Ivrcaiisp *^r 
h^s not the physical requieitri ; ^ut if »he cau resolve to per- 
forin only in country theatre'*, where she will be generally 
heard, we Imre no doubt that she will be. generally admired. 
Vte. have teen moM of the priucipul pcri'i>niiers out of the 
Metropolis, and >re have never fooud one that ere eaacoriipiue 
tu the actress who performed Elcirn. 


. • . No. I. 
. ^Hi'tf neoif— ^halofTHGNEws? 

There was n custom in some cities of Holland, that a respect- 
able householder shoiild every erenlug take a round of earli 
diMrict, to fee that the guardians of the ni^ht performed their 
duty. It » al>5olutrly m-ces:>ary that loinr person should, in 
like manner, take a snrvry of those criiirs who pretend to be 
the watchmen of (be public (a»te. Feeling this necessity, ite 
coine before oar readers to expose the folly aid ignorance of the 
periodical KCibhlers, and scour a little of that filth which is 
tbroKii op In blind the eves of imp.-irtial people. Vfc havr not 
<|uite so iiiurb vanity as the persons whom we wish to lay upen, 
and therefore we do not, tike ihcm, set out by prof, ssiog an 
uoifualKied satisfaction in our own abilities:^ but therouscioat- 
Bcsi of experience, perhaps, authorizes us' to promise ii>me- 
thing, and if we have not al^'ays wit, we hope never to aban- 
don diecencv. If lending the way, we can induce others, better 
qualified than ourselves, to undertake tht; office of undeceiving 
the public, we shall think onr laitoan aiuply rewarded : to 
have opened the first drain will tie somesort of credit — lie who 
cleanses the whole rppusitory, will be a Hercules indeed ! 

Among those Papers which have struggled for pre-eminencr, 
in coar!>ene»s uf abuse, The \rm> has loi^ stood eompicuous. 
The theatrical department of that publication was formerly oc- 
cupied by a gentleman, who, while the ardour of y«albM 
zeal perpetually hurried him into gross error, seldom railed to 
di'plny luleots which, in many opinions, redeemed bis faults. 
He held do certain course, for be wandered thriiagh an ex- 
panse with which be was totally unacquainted: but If, like a 
meteor, be travelled irregularly, like a meteor he blaied as be 
flew. Now we are told, in the Psper ittelf, that bo no luogrr 
directs its colnmni : and if we hod not been told so, we should 
pnibiibly have discovered it, witbAut taking much trouble in 
hunting for a cine. The internal evidflnre is sufficient. The 
new Uritic imitates the faults of bit predecessor, though be can- 
not catch his keaittiu : and having dressed Jiimself in the 
plumage of the pencock, he does not expect to te recognized as 
a daw. But literary qien will see the diflVrence between bim 
and bis predcceisor— «nd Peter Pindar will, perhaps, apply 
hU old line, 

Fleai are q^t lobster*, d->« their ioult ! 
The Setct of lall Sundky contains rematk* on the Comedy of 
Something to Da, at which wegAvenn account in 1'lie ftaliSnal 
H'Jiiiter iifjast Suuday sc'imigbt. Thil Comedy, as our readers 
will recollect, was never acted bat oncet and any body would 
think that it must have been very •tioecessarjff for The tfemt to 
di!4arb the dead. Hut in comes their critical Returrection-man, 
and lays out the pourcorpse, ia order to shew that It would have 
b-en a good figure, if it bad not been bruisMl to a premature 
d«alh. We are really eoaeeraed not to take \ity •nlire of this 
wC«t«ked piece, bat wa laall; fb*l tk» <■«» ivaltcd when a 

ptar devoid, of iaeliJent, and stulfed with flat caricature in- 
stead *f character, is flung once more in the face of the 
world, aad set afloat in all the buoyancy of putrcfacUiin.— 
Wc were unwilling, i« our t^wn accouut of this piece, tn 
siy any thing about the manner in which it was_ actt J| be- 
cause the plav was^condcinned, and, as the, object of cri- 
tici«m is refiinn, it secmsin general a needless cruelty to attack 
an actor for ftiults which be can never have an upportunity of 
repeating. Hut when we And tlih critic coming forward to la- 
vish encomium on tlie acting of Mr. Elllston, in the character 
of JnttM Mem, the only comic part we ever saw him act m 
which it was Impossible to praise any thing, we feel ourselves 
a little irrilatod at the owtragewhich is committed on every pnn- 
ciple oftrue taste, and cannot fofbenr.froro entering our proltsl . 
against the luii-rcpresentations of Th* Kex». The character, ■ 
though iutolcrahly flat, is gross enough for the lowest farce.and 
Mr. Elliston ««!. not satisfied with plajirg itai farce, but he 
mutt needs pbiy it as broad pantomime. The elenul bustle of 
his hands and feet, the |ierpetual saluiskllon of his neighlMinrs by 
riiOiling itg"inst thetn, and the interrupted delivery of passages 
which dught t6 be eonoeeliNt, would prrhap< be very St for Mr. 
Orimaldl in a melo draro», but are faults to be avoided by Mr, 
Elllstcm in cmnedy. air. Ellistnn is an excellent comedian 
t> hen be cbuses : w«l as it very seldom happens that he does not 
rhuse it, nothing should have tempted us to recard an exceptiiw 
to our general admiration of bis talents, but the absurd leal with 
» hich his deftcls have been construed into beauties. We can 
never conuive at a system of triticisra which is intended tn make 
black look like white, and we have received ton much pleasure 
from Mr. Klllslon's meriU, to encotwage bim In a repetition 
l-of his errors. , . \. 

So much far the matter of Tke Kern, and the manner is about 
as giiod I for we flltd several such elegant fcliaiies of expression 
as the following : " Tha nsMt. of U was," &c.- " Every body 

was in tke niceii tune (• rtUih a basUiag comedy," &c.— " In 
the former incident Is a greater reeifrotUji «/ fuller and . 

guUee," &c ^The last two «r(. actmitg seemed,' Ac. 

Theit! are several mote such phrases, but we are sore our 
rcai'en will spare us the tedium of extracting there. Tlie critic 
mistakes perliiess for wit, and vulgBrtty for ea»e ; but the dap- 
per smartuett of literature l8*t least as tiresome as this fiirailUr 
impertinence that apes good manmsrs : and Tbe Nnr$ is as »e- 
mote bom elegance bf critisism, as Southwaik fiuim St,,Jamn s, 

.trroiKTBD BT ms majesty is cov:icil poktbb 

Rmi/orJiUr'—Ricbnrd Orlebnr, of Puddiiqiiloo, Es«}. 

Jler*»»tc<— William Coiifreve, i>f AMermaston Park, Esq. 

BuekiHghaituliire—ti\cii. Dayrell, of Llllingstone Uayrell.Riq. 

Camh' & «»«/'— Sir Henry Pevton, of Kmncth, Bart. . 

r/ie»Ai.e— C. Trelawney firrreion, of Sh«twick Park, Lsf. 

CiimtrWARtf— Thomas Irviu, of Justice Tows, Esq. 

Derhitehtre — Postponed. 

PrvoHshire — Sir Henry Carcw, of Ilaccombe, Bart. 

DersctsAirr— Nicholas' ("hiirlcs Daniel, of Upway, Esq. 

K«ex— John t'oggan, of XVanslead, l'.>q. 

G/on<r.»hTf*ir«— SlrT. Crawley Bocvey, of Klaxley Abbey, 

//rj-r/orrfsAirr— Siunuel Prploe, of Oamstone* Esq. 
l/rrifcriiliire—Jamcr Smyth, of AshlvnVHall.Esq. 
JCmt— Charles Milner, of'PfvsInn Park, Esq. 
I aieeU*r$kirf — John Finch Simpson, of l«nude Abbey, Esq. 
LIncolnthtre — The Moo. Wm. Beauclerc, commonly called Lord 

WilUam Ueaurlerr, of Radboume. 
MoHm»uthahtre—\\HliKm Morgan, of Mamhilad, Esq. 
fior/aUc — Jobu Thurston Mnlt, of Barmiiigfaam, Esq. 
Snrthamplanshire — (icorge Fleet Evans, of Laxton, F.sq, 
JVurfAuniierfanrf— Culhhert Ellison, of Broombouse, U.sq. 
Nattinghnmthirr — John Manners Sutton, of Kefham, Eso. 
(Jjcfordtliirf—Thc Hon. Tboa.-i« I'arkcr, of Ensham Hall. 
Hatlaniihire — Thomas Bryan, of Stoke, Esq. 
S»rop»*lre— Ralph Brovvne Wylrt Browne, of Caughley, Esq. 
5a'niarse(<Mrr — Cbaries Kwmeys TjTite, of lllrfenreK, Esq. 
ataffarithire — Postponed. 

Count It »f Sauthampttn-—Ct. H. MicbeU, TitchfleM Lodge, Esq. 
Sulfaik—in\m Vernon, of Nacton, Ivvq. 
Suertg — James Mangles, of Woodbridgr, Et^. 
■iu'iex — William Stanford, of Prestun, Vm^. 
Warwickshire — I'otponed. 

iri/tsAiVc— John Uoltnn, of nrilllctnn, Esq. , 

Wtruslerthirt — Sir John Packinton, of Westwonrf, Baft. 
r«rJI;sMr«~nriaiiim Joieph Uconison, of Ayioa, Va%. 

FEB. 7. 



fartHrtlrtiiiMt-Morgno Price Lloyd, of Cluilsevin, Esq. 
fmtnkt—Joka IIra<lrigll Allm; ut' Cunrit; , Ltq. 
rirSftM—MorfaaJaots, of Fambyrlis, Esq. 
tftonrfo— Tbe Hud. WUliam tiouCh (irry , uf DulTrvo. 
tidur— Thomas Thomas, of Peqkerrig, Esq. 

MnUttO—Uitn Pric* Edwards, ofTolgiirth, Esq. 
(•«r^fm»«n—IUb<Tl Thomas CaiTPp, of Cnrrpg, Esq. 
/»jfcJV—L4i»ard Jones, of Cromlfch, tsq. 
Jf4ii/<««iff»i*i><— Kobrrt Kaifht, of (iwrrnygof, E»q, 
^>HglnUrf--R. n. Kenrick, of Nanidwydd.Eni. 
fti(j«r«— Tboroas IJojd, of Trehicrdd, Esq. 

Jibi Tfllie Coryton, of CfOcadon, E»q. was appolatod SherilT 
o'ilrCo»oty of Cornwall, for the yrar 18DS, by his Royal 
IlKbata Ike Prince «f Wales iu Coancil. 
Iknui I'layion, of Carr.IIall, Esq. to be Sberiff of (be 


'Kuoko, Fbb. l.^Tbelifda frigate, CHptain Honyman, 
itmiii^iato this hal^buurJast nightaboulonr o'rlocli,.ln thick 
nuicr, got on shore io WestKangle Bay, nrariy opposite the 
lifh4auir. Her pins beinj; beard, several hoitn weot off t* 
krt, wd the Captains of the Coclc.itricr and Peacock, the 
eSan uf the Impress, the commanders of the Rcreooe Tcsirte, 
*iik the oticenof the Dock-yard, are now on board, with 
tM aai VoaU, rendering their a»>ls(aner, in lightening the 
> 'p. udcoavrying the men onboard (he Quarantine Hulkj &f. 
»«« liters are entertained that she may be fn\ olf, provided 
i» vtalbrr continues inodenite. Her raiists are cut awny, she 
t. bilfet, and the priacipal rock on « hich she rests, has not 
am tku three or four feet water round it at low water. 

l)o\r.B, Ee*. 3. — Pasyd by this rooming a ennvoy from 
PliBvath, coasistinj; principally of Danish prive venrts, one 
of vUrli, a V.etch, bring astern of the convoy, nod about eicht 
ulriorfrom IlaydilTe, «as raptnred aboat ten o'clock this 
•wniioj bj a French lugger privateer, and carried away /or Ca- 
bii, ia light of nuweroas spectators from oar Pier Heads. No 
mizrn are about here to protect oar trade, and annoy the 
<>«i}'i privatecb. 

PivBouTii, Fbb. 4.— PrWafe letters received here to-d<ay, 

oauiinlthe Rorbefort Squadron sailed thence on the IGth Ja- 

••Vf, ud that Adiairal Sir R. Sirachan, n ho had been blown 

'(ItAstation in a gale nf wind, did not receive iaieiligence of 

ttiifiape until the S^th, oo which he immediately liiade vail 

amiluf thrm, Bad It was the general opinion on hoard the 

itukv, chat the eneMgr >rere goor fur the Wesl Indies. The 

CsahM her mais-yatd •■ the gale, which waii supplied her 

'■He Donegal. ^ 


Mr. Downe. the Ped«ririaB, finished his lahour- 
Tnttiiy, vitbio tw« Biiles of Beaconsfij^ld, but otider such cir- 
nnmam, u probably will not induce hlM again to attempt h 
saiU perfonuanre. It* had ten da) • to perform 400 miles, a 
<i>k unyrrcedeated, and the weMher was unfuvourHble. Air. 
!)•«« was so m«cb fatigued on Wcdoesday night, that it was 
f'Vcd he woald not be able to proceed on hts jinimey the other 
>*<4a)s. He went, however, to Earnbotoiie;h, Ovon, <ih 
fkindBycTCntag, and retired to rest in a feverish >iale. l-'ri- 
i>T. the Uit day, was a trial of ilrength : He started at fmir 
o'clock ia (he owriuiig, and hisfrieud; bad but faint hopes of hl^ 
•irna. Ai'irr H hours labour, having stupped about even 
(kirtoScs, Sir. Oonne completed bis task, which was for 100 
{iiatai ! _^ 


coyatTOMr cooRT, doctoms commoii». 

WCBTtaSOA'Y, F»B. 8. 

ttisBatkcaase of nullity of marriage, brought by one MtU> 
'^ Bmbasd, against Susanaab Ha.'.hand, his wife, by reason 
•(■iMlity. H aapoMed from tht libel, and (be exhibits pro- 
i-tl ui read bc&rethe Court, that the parties were married 
*■ <^tM.«f 11^^, I19i, vaicT a lidrbcc obtained b; the 

husband, who also, in order to found bis suit, prfedoced the re< 
eiiter of baptism of his wife, and slated that Su'^anDah, the 
daui^lerofTnomasaod Jane Truman, wns bom the lit of July, 
1771, and baptised the I8lh of the simt: iroMh. It also ap> 
pearcd there was no consent ofparenis (the father of the patty 
baviog died before the marriage took pince, And by the mother , 
marrying a second bushand, which rendered her incnmprteM to 
^vc consent), and likewise that no guardians were appointed. 
These facU bciof fully supported bv the evidence, the Learned 
Jadgc (Sir Williani Scott), was ciearly df opinion, under the - 
Act of Parliament commonly called the Marriage Art, he ten* ' 
bound to pronounce the marriage in be null and void, even If 
the party wanted but one day of being of age ; «ttd -accordingly 
to prunoaticed it to b e. 


^BOciCllie' VlKK.— Wednesday aorning, at half after six, 
a fire was discovered ia the hoatc of Miss I'icknum, who kept ^ ■■ • 
lace-shop in Castle-itreet, l.eiccsler-fields. .The lababitanM 
being fast asleep, pf course, did not hear the koockiag, wJric* 
nut repeated for spme time at the dour. At length a pasnel wa* 
burst in, and it \vas seen that tte counter and shelves behiad.ft 
were nllia a blaae. The admission of air faiwcd the S»bp, omI 
every part of the house was quickly on fire. There wBS but a 
lalh and platter wa]l between that and the haute oCMr. Ulcwict, 
«t hu kept a cook-shop imxtdoor, and the two bowses hi a shnrt ' 
liilie eihibiled but one body of fire in the lower part of both. 
Miss Pickown, ber aervaut, a gentleman who lodged in the 
hnu^, and the niece of Miss Ptckman, a fiue yOBog girl, wbo 
acted as thofwomao to the aant, were wakcnetT, but bad no time 
etiher to save any of the property or to dress themselves. The 
lady of the hnnse went out of the one pair of stairs front win- 
dow on the leads over the shop. By her hesltatioB as to which 
wity she should turn, the gentleman who followed bad time to re- 
collect, that -he -had forgot a little box, tvtich contBlnPd »ome- 
thing viilanble, -he retamed le his apartment and brmight it out. 
The servant-maid followed i she lowered btrself down by a 
lamp-troa Into the street unhurt, whilst Mi>s I'irkman .tnd her 
lodger got into thr window <>f Mr. Ball, the mii'ic-seller. The ' 
shopwomao m«. In a bewildered slate, up to the three-p;ur of 
stair; floor. The neighbnurs on (he <<ppn$iie side called to her 
to go down to the flnl floor and get mil on tlie lends; she aj>- . 
penred to have been Monirutnrily deprived of her reason, and, 
when siiiue stupid )>eople in tlic titreet, without taking the prr- 
caiHlon of botdiog a blanket or any thing to rccritcher, told 
her to leap out, or she would be. burned, she did so, and was 
literally dashed to pieces. Mrs. Bletviu with her iufaut itrte 
fur some time missing, but It was afterwards foimd that they i)t- 
raped itsifely, through a dornuint »\iiii««, over the lop o? tliK ■ 
hun>e, into another thai uat r.ot on lir<\ At a quarter after 
Mien, the walls oC llie two hos^s .ilready mciilioned, fell to 
llie eriiund, which oiateriatly tended to 'uhdue. the flames ; aB4 
by Kiiie o'clock the Are nn.v ;ilain-t evtiugitishcd.. Uui .by f hat ' 
t'liiie ihe house of ^fr. Hull, Diu^ir-srilcr, iti t'asilc-street, Mge- 
tiler nilh that of Nfr. Kernut, rhviniki and druggist, iu Kear- 
street, neie eiilirely consumed, toycjllier with ull (heir stock ia 
trade and furnilnre. — Tlicnew ir.siir.ini e company, the lloju', i.< 
stated to have lost upwards of 30C9I. bv tlie iii<.uiaice of Mr. 
Kcroot'sslock.and Mineof Ihe-Atherhou^es M«me i^mnll hnnses " 
io C runboiime.nUay were piirliully iujored ; and the liramtn 
fouud it necessary io continue pUv4ug uulil a laic liotir la:t 
night, to prcvfBttbe cuiiicrK fciaillui;: up afret! . 

A >ouii!t lady, Imund for Grclna-eiceii, in a living lenp fioia 
aback parlour wimlon iiilo ►!! ! (;;inliii, on Wed,ie>Jii> night, at 
t)ie we»l end of the tow)>, niif-.i (im;«tt<l v fell, and broke htr lejr. 

A soap-hoiler, in the uei^cli'ioarlHioii of ir^diiiHureh, w'»s last 
neck xalded to death, by f«!liu^ inlOiifaulJr»u ofOuiliogiiua^ 

UHtTUS. . , 

On Thijrsday evcniiii, the l.'«iiniCK.of Moira.of a son and heir. 

On thcM inst. nt l«dy rmuce.- llarimr^ii, ilioL-tdy of U'id., 
Jeoaey, Esq. of adau£:htcr. 


On Tiicdav se'nBight, at ilarcuiiod, :\lr. John Bon-ion, of ' 
East-Keswick, aged 15, ».» -*tos. I'ftwicf, of the same jiLnce^ 
aged S*.— The loving emiplenfi{>c:irr J i.i ihr liii'hcslspiriN «hen 
giin* to iiiy their dcviiiti-ul lh<> otter of Mvmer, Slic Ind 
xUOO.'. alranst all toguM, boardo<l l(i$;eiher during; the last ciQ- 
tury, and put under a kirge lta>( stooe. 

Tursliy.ftf allver comjiLiinl .-irirll.illlnus, at hcrheose,,. 
ia Lower lin)Ok.#lreei, tlie Cnnntc « uf J.ufion. 

Tkr/JOlkvll. at AAi:ttfl<>,t1»f 2tig:htX(oB;f ratchLorfl £lch0. 

Qigitized by 


ftrtS WAtl^l^AL REGISTER. 






'pfttsAV, Tti.i — Sinre MoM»y the -miti ka* httnctn- 
nary, «bich ka* pfrveateitatiy ft'erb aupplinof (paiBCitwioi; 
ii>l bttt ue baveHHivh WbtvitaailOaU Mill oa hand. WI>«Ht 
tsuiaios Iwavy dD tttlr. Uatrlcy oixl Braiis contmoe tinaXy at 
UiiBday'i price*. OaU went «ff mote ftcel}, hat tvilkoat an; 
aOViuice in price. 


MO;ieAY. ' t, t. 

Wheat ' as a 88 

Fine ditto - • - - 70 a 73 

kye (Naw) 49 a 48 

Bariey Ma 44 

Malt (New) - • - 78 a W 

'WhMeficat.'kMiten IM « fM 

CtKjr Pbaa 58 a 60 

9mm 97 a «3 

lickmtniOU) - 91 a ST 

OMt -« .• Ma 98 

MadlMto • - • 49 a 44 
Rafc !<<w4 J)W a Jti 

Tine f1«ar • • - . W a 61 

SttuA 50a 99 

FKIBIT. *. «. 

Wheat 58 a 70 

Fine ditto Wa 79 

Rye(ITew) - . - - 4<> a 5* 

Barley .---.. 40 « 46 

Man (Kew) , - 6e a 18 

While l*«ns,MitIett 158 a IGS 

Orey Pen* . . - - 60 a 65 

Beam ...... 58 a 62 

Tick ditto • • - . 68 a 98 

Ontj 31 a 38 

Poland «)tto • - . 39 a 40 

Fine Flobr - • . - 9S a Q3 

flerondi -...- SSa 98 

Eetamof Wheal, iHcladio^c from Jauaary 18 to Jaaunry tS, 
Total, 7,459 qaarira, tnm«li».to ath — ^ihverag* 78i. I^d. i>r 
1^ ^d. \iiftin ikon lait retani. '« 

II I i 1 , 1 I ■ » ■ ! 

jyi^AOe puicB or loKit per <tvJ.UTMii, 
In jOreat Brllaio, for the "Week eaditog Febrwary 9, . 
Sag.llfyMlu. I Kiig.ilWata, 

». a. ( n. d. 

"Wheat ----- 69 3 I R«aa« - - - - . - Mil 

Kye 47 « Pca» (U il 

Baitey ----- 88 9 Oatme^ - - - - *I » 

«al» ----- 89 8 1 RiB - --.-00 

irXBKlUUU.— COILM-l.NSPKCXOa'S R£TU1U(, Fbb. 4. 

Wheat, perM. 19 ft 90 

Barley, pet qr. 1 18 a S SjBeansjdo. - X 10 a 
Peai JS.9 M*. h JB.3 «•> prr <|iiiirtrr. 

iSt. Jamet't, .ITay - 

Stratr - 

Wkitechkpel, Hay - 



Straw - 
Hay . 
KiraD' - 

- - 4 

- - I 

- - 4 

- - 5 

- - 1 

- - 4 
. -ft 

- - 8 

d. X. s. 
a 6 
a S S 
a 6 O 
a 6 14 
.1 S 4 
a 5 lit 
«a a !• 

d. X. 


I » 


i 1 






Czctnsive of the OITal, \t hick aaaiiaU of Head, BntriiibaU 
Hi4«,aari i« aiwih akmu U. per Ik.— pent. «f ttthi. 

S 3 

t. d. 

B«H! 9 

Mottoo ----- 4 

teal 5 

Pork 4 


Ma una y .— Beaits, 

Fa I Da Y .-'— Ilnsto, 


KcwoatB & i.BAiy«vatit. 
». A. Carom. f< d. t. it 

«a4 • B«er '« »a40 

8 a 9 MmfM -..-.' ft iTa 4 4' 
(t a « 8 TmA .-..-< S 8 a & « 
6 aJI 4 Pork ... - - -,44 a5 4 
a Lamb •.----Q 9aftt 
8,800 Hbeep iin4 Laaihi, - UiOW . 

- 100 Pl«i MO 

800 Sheep aatf (ambs, - - 3,800 

- leO Pip 450 


MoifOAT, Fr.B. I.— Ul»c'«. 5tt«' Oi, ; Keoinn, 58».t '^■n'> 
End (Bell'O, 59>. (id. i Mali's End (Temple's), !»t. M.| 
WallV F.nd (Rossell'i). 6%. 3d. i ItawketMortk, Ih. 6a.) 
Adalr'r, 94$, 

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- stPNOAY', FEKRUARY 14, 1808. 




■ , EMPEROli OF JtfS'M^. 

tittKkoTtiie pwbnc attebtion hasbete ahractM to tile 1m- 
(Mllsf ttatrmeate iiiade'by''Lt>rd kbickinson in \li«flbai« of 
M> in Wtfwiay last, mprrtin'); c^rfarn ronfrrairrf which he 
li^tic MTama^ prnonnlly to hotd irith the Rknperor ikf 
(■a, (tiarttjf afirr the Treaty of THsIt, that they aite"reii- 
kKi a object ^ piiniffinunt hilercit among 'thetopics ifhicb 
^iponasfordhrf^ufsiim.' '*■"', 

TV tircnontaBre* in wbieb th^se ?i»u fr ie m ' ^ trefc lieW Were 
iipiv, Mottnnftin, amT pi*t>;iiait'Vith''tittK«iT«ericn; A6 
tnitflte Hrtoi^ ofBtaftpe brfS ,fusf t%il berti flHre*. Tlie 
»afgie agnoit th^ Frmrh IfrrDlMton, the mmi rlcriiaTkable 
iJM lle/iawirfid »f Ibr Roritait empire, ban jn^ been tcnhi- 
■•« at tbe^CfelMen;. The greA Ciontioetifkr til niareh .who 
WiMmUfe la«t to tKigti the cubteat, dnU the" de^e{»l«4 'organ 
*f itcl «aly other Governmrat wb«> r^uined aasorlatM <n the 
oiliM. Ji^ (ar vzplatn their akatnll ten;ine«t> oa the mii- 
. awi ' i i -aecasliin. Hafdhr ran tlle''liiidpnmibirpMtu«« Htd- 
<**MilrTemarkatfc. TbemlstlailtlMfof |«rd nutdlintorf, 
Wiat^f^the Aitki estranrAniiry' od neofd? ^Iftlruient', 
l^a*«^Mp«fhi*Mi, at inn to '«lTfie«Hb» «kiHtf< nf M^ 
f lft Ma W rt ** ' ' lM**a»i» M<% t 4he.«taec af Karape for 
nil} twMjr^vai*. -He mat tent to afd wiib h'n caiin>elti tVi 
t» to ati^ "of eoiDinDnfratloa betweea the tVro performinl^ 
fiRiHiau, and to j^ve to' his own GoTemment the adf Ife of 
t>r)»ir?lneM'iipi]o the inroneeifably im^taiii trannctiODS ia 
*M k» waa tent to bear M anatbal a part. No dornaient 
^tlicli We are aeqaaimrd, !o all the votaminoM rernrdt nf 
M^ty, «aa, in poiMof haportanrr, fx^arta bi; compared 
'••h rirraantancrf -ftilb the jMrrative of the conferenfts 
' •'Mkart IIatctilin>ondeHv«n!d In hi« place nt a Vnff of the 
■*'«ahM Moaday niRht. As It i« our olject, in He pre- 
■^4«{alfitio«, to poiM oat raiVfuIly the bearings of these 
*— aM n w i feTCiicet, upon the gfeat poIiHcnl qorjtions wbicb 
"foxMagMatetbe Britith paMie', it itabsolately oeconry tbat 
^*MM have the aarrafiT«befonr «»; but, independent oftfiij 
■prriaoj caaie. we should dfcm it iigudice to our readers not 
'' place a lahjrct uf tnrh high impiirlanre, as far as t<i ni be- 
Snli ia M(oi4 haCace Ifceait IV'a aopy the report frotp the 
*'ni»t Otnafehi WK have etmy-n a mti t» bFB««c it ia 
*e ♦!« itateMept of the Noble Lofd himself. When Ris 
l«ri«iip nnie to that pait of 'bis speech in which hit narrative 
•f ihc coorcraaccs «{u ia('r<^4re^, he thutexpiessedhimielf: 

'.' ^ '^ S3d of AjMMt, i«y l.urd{, I bid ft conversation 
Vu> tke Ijiiperur of Kiufia at Xamiorostroir. IJis Imperial 
*yoty asled me wbc(h«r .1 bad mi* admitted to Coaai 
*|[]|nMf. three days aft<vc tfce battle of Friedland. that it visa 
"n^ for Unto 9inke Pfi^cti I tulii him that I had done 
V. tkai I ««^«f thuopi^oik thfn, nhicb •ab.equrQt event: 
WtwiSrsiijti lbiMXtiH>«8bt lavseJt" billed In justice In liin, 
w ><> ■}«!(, f abliU^ to anou-'ii, wUirJi I #|iuuld cuMiooe to 
•«> iMc ai I Uved. His 'imperial M^<'<i y ;aij, we are then 
•«• «tived 0* ttie nreesiily there is lu u'laka J?cace. I ao- 

'' Jj'* ••»«») Msjrsiy pmreeded t* state, that he had 

2"7** "^'ifioit «o hlHitluud « (hat he aiftaahed so Wie Ta- 

rLT**^^ *•* '^ >«•»<*. »«rd)lo.l»eta*fc»»i«x ar 

J7"f "f W« amiiaiiwi; bu; thin it was Ws most siace/c and 

aaxioas wish t^at.Eiiglaad sho«ld oalie Peace,. as l|e mat sare 
that it was his interest, and also that of Europe, aqd oufi« that 
we should restore tranquillity to the world. 

" I said tn bis Imperial Majesty, that he had iMt gives >af- 
ficientflme fiir'Bi^iand to accept ot r^eet hit mediation, be- 
eaoHeitiaileltloagflr p«rfedthkniitDOB<h«itts(irIapse before any*- 
aaawer ctttld .be received t mM Jtlm^sfbtba -diqkicitliw of aiV 
mind iarlisMd toward* Feace, I, nor no other jnaa in Enstandl 
niotUd accept i{, bat on canditioos Ibe inott reasonable aod boa- 
ourable s 'that as far u we were couc'erned, the events of the 
War had been highlvfarrourable. 

" To wblrh his fmfleriai MajeJty replied, that the time aT- 
lawed%iis «f BolihpAr fca t e ,' bentase w« lalcbt take three or 
lam wmtak*, if wapteMcd, ts accept arreiert hik aioditttimi f 
bat U» Miaia«i»' with and desirtr waf, ibat wn sbauM ataliav 
^eace. ■ That he had a perfect kunulrdjjr nf tl^ feelings and, 
ch.njracter i>f ^he people of t:n<;liuid t that he bid been made ac- 
()d.iintcc) byllonaparie with the condltltins rtf feacc "priiposcd lo' 
beolRreif.'nnS Otat he had n* Snntit that #vri» fniyself would 
foasMeatlMtB to tic blghly rcasoaabie and kaiioiimbkv '< 

■•»' Sotac caaAtipntial coarnaHina Mitiwed, wUcft' rdt>nor 
tbil)k.ny^<«|f albberty tu disrln:^"' .... 

.Su«lk is (Ik uccnuaft wlii<h |^rd Hutchiibon rrndeicd af tiMt 
6fstroafir«eae« brbl >eiw«e« thn j:4iperor «iC It uimia aod bia>«rl(» 
akv^ tite Tieatfi of Til^t. aad before ibe tnwa^e»ce at' that 
aUst/fk qa . dufieohagcQ bad yet reac^.them. hft m en-* 
dea^oiVt wjill a* lawb .precision itsitassibtc, to atceriaiavltti 
ciKilwIwwfy- It is.a fM>i»tfubo|«coivrdasdeinoi)sua(i«elw 
aataii^ l|iat.^'tki»iC^||l^vee«eih^fe.Kas.i;aarttlic«oa the pact! 
ofijkiiytMIBC Eipp4W.. it bears the <noststrikii«1ntfriial evil 

Idt;K»^^rafrM<^M«<erHy. TbevVfnja'F»i>*'v»>»o "*'!*»«•»-! 
e^rHy aqt imiwli b le. ^a <aBcetvai>;|! j/tijei;/, ^^aii t» be faiaedi 
b^- dweK. Vol ahova*ll, nerrr woaid-n-yiinng aitd »nex-< 
p«ri«aeed Muaairh, hav; been selected as the iDttnaoeat uf si 
twin, of deceit -Mvd BoMtDMfte hren the iitxiia^tor, he.wmdd' 
never '^ve' tr«s^ the direjpt, aud iaip^-tvoiat, paiisian; of m 
y9<ithfHl. Ewparor Ja so ,deliriMe » banaessi awl Aleuuiden 
liiniH-lf would Virelj haye liad si>meservanla fuUhful eiiouxh i»' 
l)ave.pi«vanted tltUdtrect pro«tib>li«nofiher9yald|gaity. II«d« 
a sceqe af artifice been p4af ncd, some hackneyed cnanief .would* 
bnve sifttaiMed the ijtnauiiiiiuus lysk | bi» Imperial Majeilyt 
would ha v« been wUlidc^vwi Cutmfite |lugra<°e, Aad trata tb«; 
di$rulty. . • . < . 

Depravity, not ealy the mast d^epy but the Hi«tt«»peri<«iredi imptird ia every iioputatioj) of insincerity on the part 
of ijtt >oiiug Monarch. It i<, therefore, to be rejected with, 
conliileoce aud certainty. To h.ivc accepted, and to have per*, 
pclrat^ tlie oltice nf deception on .this nccasiun uuuld prove; 
bill! not only a vitlaiiit but a practiced villain, But weknour 
I hut the character uf Alexaoder is ^rcctly the reverse oC sti 
this. lie is iiiiiplc aud artless lu a fnalt. This is well Known' 
to be one of the defects of his ch.-irac(er. Tboush be is far- 
from weak in uodf ritaiulfn;^ from the privacy of bis educa-, 
tivo, be is lUilr ari|UiUi<ie<l wit|i the artifices uf other neo, and. 
not always suScienlly master even afdilfiiiiie, , 

Such h'-ini; the irresltti^le pntoA'oC the sincerity nf the Eoi-. 
peror of Kunsia in this confereace> .it ia conipietrly derisiie ofv 
the quettiun, whether aay.sccrct articles in the Treaty »f Tilsit 
were pointed ajiaiMt this cnnntrv. We inay confidently pup* 
nnuoce that in thc.opinipii of the tmperof of Russia no tiute ot 
that Treaty was injurious lo us., tf an article respecting 
Corfa was admitted, siirejy it \«ill nut be cnntcoded that bi\ 
opinion was far wrnn^ ; surely it will not he cixitendi'd (|tat oiu; 
iilterests were deeply affected by the di:'|>u.~nl uj Corfu eithj^. 
•tt one itsy or ia'aoother. ' I^ a secret n'rlicla. 'was adniUcd f«jt 

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FEft. 14. 

omflietiiiK tjoicn of lOisiia 
and France upon the Tiirkiib Empire, it ran never be ceoteodeii 
that onr iotemis were mtfnanjr Woimitihy ndK oMTentton. 
That, If any article in the Treaty of Tilsit related to the TurUrh 
Empire, it waiaa artirlcrciEoiatia^tiMWMpeMHUi »f the de- 
$ijn» of the contracting partiei apoo that Empire, \» abwhilely 
<^rtai«. Chi no other tcrmiooaldEeace hetifcen them have been 
eontmcted. The design* of Ruisiaapon the Torkuh Empire, and 
(be designs of France, are opposed to one another. About the 
partition of those spoils they never wilt ap«e. In that question 
,toi>, Austria is more deeply interested than any other Power, 
•nd will, whenever it comes to be derided, risk even ber exist- 
encf , to turn the decision In her own ikvonr. To have agitMed 
the qnettion of the partilioa of the TarkM Empire, was to 
kiadt* aaaw, iMteml -of •ztlB(;aifhiag, the flaaes of war} and 
tt was only by a^treelne to lay aside tkeie designs for a season 
that Raisia and Tnnte could have concluded a Peace. Nor Is 
tbls the only convincing proof afforded as of this Important 
ipoini. What raliooal motive could the Emperor Alexander 
kave for urging Peace between this c«aatry and France, bad 
kekaown that, iacai^^netion with France, he was aboalto make 
■B attack opon the Tarkith Empire) Was be not aixehitely 
certain that we should take arms on such an aceaslon, if not to 
preserve the Turkish Empire, at least to secure to Austria as 
Urge a share of that Empire as possible? He could have no 
motive, therefore, in argiag, with so nMcbcamestacm, a ^ace 
which must Immediately be broken < and fr«m this circtaa^riec 
it b abundantly evident that no secret article for the partition 
•f the Turkish Empire existed. If it be said that be and 
Hapoleon intended tn deceive as into Peace, the mare easily to 
arcnmpllfh their detlpis upon Turkey, this is absurd. , The 
fact is, that a state of War ajfbrds many oeeasinot for sarprising 
a neighboorii^ state, but a condition of Peace I* eatirriy ad- 
^iie to It. When a large force is already on foot it is «a»y, by 
pretending one desiinatinn, to aroompllsh another. But, if in 
• season of Pc<ter, Europe bebcld Kiisiia aad France conjointly 
Arming, and drawing force* towards Turkey, there would be 
•aly one conclusion. It is a very extraordinary truth, that at 
fbe moment of the Treaty of Tilsit, the Emperors Aleaander 
iknd Napoleon, could they have agreed about the partition of 
Turkey, poesesied advantages for the aecomplistament of their 
•bject, which there was no probability they would ever again 
obtain. How easy for them would it have been to have im- 
|MHed absnhite silence npon Austria, which had no force tliat 
tiottid once bavefiiced them, and have been in possession of Con- 
stantinople before a British army coald have approached thr 
Oiiene of action .' That ihey did not act in this manner, at the 
■lonentof oaequalled advantage^ is demonstrative proof, that 
the design was laid aside, because the two Monaroht were sure 
diey cottid not amicably settle their pretensions. 

In regard to a Northern Confederacy against <mr maritime 
daim<, and a secret article to thi* etktt in the Treaty of Tilsit, 
Credulity and prejudice themselves will not believe this after the 
tntelllgence which we have now received. What is it that his 
Imperial Majesty so earnestly nrge* In the conferciice, we have 
previously inserted, with Lord Hutchinson ? It is Peace. But 
a Northern Confederacy required War. With what absurd al- 
legations have we been perplexed. Cottid a Northern Confede- 
racy have acconplisbed any ol^jeet which they had at heart, 
their business was to prosecute the Warj tbey wnnid never have 
tpoRen of Peace. It Is said, however, that the Northern Con> 
frdcracy was planned, in case we should refuse to make Peace. 
This Is truly amusing. What indication of this do we And in 
t)ie tone or proposals of the Emperor ? What was he to gain by 
tl i What possible consequence could a Nnrthem Confederaey 
iavc produced, but, at the wont, to reader the War a little 
more expensive on our part ? That tt could have had any snch 
•Sbct as to force at to renoance oar claims, is absurd. In the 
mean time Rastia mast have tottatned theexpenre ofa Mnrl- 
limaWar,aaAtJiaaatlr»l«f<«f b||r«omm«i«a. Wexford it. 

ryn n* „. 

therffore, n4 a jipint ascertained to certainty, {hat no tonMe 
racy, onthe part of Russia, was meditated against us at the roi* 
•etasloa of the Treaty of Tllsttt w« regard it tooatapoist 
equally certain, that she would have opposed herself, if s<it 
with arms, at least w itb ruaoastraacns, tn any attempt »f Bosa- 
partc to violate the neutrality of Denmark ; and we regard it as 
a pniqt highly litihabte, that bonapnde would not have vie* 
lated it In the face of these remonstrances. 

Ito this first conversation, every thing on the part nf the Eot. 
peror breatl)es a spirit of fri«ndsbip towards this cnnntry. He 
Is first anxioas to justify to us the Fraea which he had n&dc. 
He appeals to our Minister, whether even he did nntncconnl Ike 
Peace, whirh had been concluded, necessary to Russia, in the 
atostcmphatical manner did that Minister pronounce his opinina 
In oaisoA with that of the Emperor. Cnmprlled, by iopcriogs 
necessity, to make a Peace for himself, his good offices were in- 
terposed immodiatcly to accomplish Peace between us and our 
eoem^l not (according to the jnst distinction which he mads 
himself) in the spirit of vanity, but in that of friendship, siac* 
he regarded Peace as equally conducive to onr lotemts, and t* 
those of the other notions of Europe ; and since he luiew that 
termSi which kt considered both reasooable and hononmblr, 
nay, which, be csald appeal to our Minister himself, wen 
reasonable and banoorablc, would be oflcred by our rneiay. 
Nothing, too, can aford a greater indication of simplicity ami 
sincerity, than the maimer io which the Emperor answers tiie 
olyertion of Lord Hutchinson reipecting the shortness of lbs 
tine ofiercdfor our acceptance of the mediation. It appran, 
clearly, that the limitatioa of the period, on which so mack 
stress was laid In this country, hod been regarded by the Ea> 
peror, as a mere formality, and of no imparlance whaltarvrr. 
At the moawat of Ibis coBfcrcnci-, it appears a cortfunty alimt 
as strong a* a case pf such % nature admits, that Russia %ras en- 
tirely tile firiead of this coantry i and the probability was great 
that she woold much sooner agaia be tb« enemy of Franc? > (lis* 
the enemy of Bo g la a d. Htr friesulsbip with Frnaee was «am- 
pelled; of coarse ungratefiil, and likely to last no laager tb*< 
tbe necessity was aifeat. All that fear and jealoosy of ITraac*, 
which had predpitated ber into the contest, not only remained, 
but WM more r«4«ooaU« tbaa ever. With England she bad o* 
qoaricl, but that of too fieeble a co-operation i the tie of ancirst 
connection cemained unbroken i and England was still the grasd 
resource a^nst the terror of her great continental aotagoaiit. 
She might still, in a very important sense, have been legiorded at 
the Ally of England. Such, it appears with the stronsmtavi- 
dencc, were the relatians between Russia and Engioad, which 
remained after the Treaty of Tilsit. How depjnsable ami 
mighty was the change affected by the attack on Coprnhage*. 
ibe Kcood conference with the Emperor, of whirh Lord Ilutcb. 
i|iSMi staled the details, is a memorable and striking proof:-* 

" IntrUigeoct, said bis Lordship, of the rrralt of the attack 
on Copenhagen arrived at St. Petcrsbur;;h on thr 87th or S8(h 
of August. On the 4th of September 1 saw the Emperor a te- 
nand time nt KamhtrostrolT. 

" His Imperial Mi^my began the niaversatioM by asking 
me, what I tboncht of oar attock apon Copeobogen i 

" I replied, that I was entirely IgnBreat of the circfmstaoce* 
whirh had occasioned Ihiit attark, but that I hoped the .Vdmi" 
iiistraiion in England could justify themselves, and prove to tb* 
world th.1t the Danes were on the eve of julninr nil their fortes 
to the French, to make cemmoa c^use against Engtiuid. 

" His Imperial Mi^y told ate In reply, that tt was impos. 
sIMe for me to be of that opinion. If I would recollect the ro- 
i^ated conversations which bad taken place between us, on ili* 
subject of Denmark, at Bnnenstein, in which be toM me that bW 
had awd every eCert in his power to brii^ forwatti tbe Crown 
Prince of DenoMrb, and to induce him to tola tbe coalitiod 

Xiost Frances the answers of tbe Prince bad always been ex* 
it aad uniform, that he had maintained for many years a 
system of neatraKty, in which he was determined to jsersevcre, 
as the people whom he governed bod fioorlshed and pirosprree 
Mder it t aad tbat a* roasMeratlnn shoald ever hidiire bim t» 
depart from it.«-Uie Imperial Mojesly added, tbat I mua«^ 
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Ike Cram Prince, tkat notbini; was so difBcultas to shake his 
fanaintiM, or to Muce him to chait)^ anjr line of cunduct 
«Uck ke twi oaee adopted ; and tllat lie wa* lare do connect ioo 
•liMlibttmea the Frtoch and Danish CSoTerp|neDti jrevlout to 
Mriuack MCopenb*^. 

" I tea Hid. tiwi I belUicd LMd G. L. Cower bad deliTered 
t» kit Umeiial M^efty'i Miaitter a aole oo the sutuecl ; to 
aiiek kit lapcrial M^ieity antwered that be had, but thai the 
WMMiof it were nogatory, a« it coiitslued no tdmtuenl expla- 
Wiaa «r ofkr of (atkfKtioo. Hit Imperial Mnjestj' tbrn pro- 
«*Mt*itatetta greatcMoeni wklch our uigaitifiable aissirs- 
teiari giicB Mb ; tha< Ibe French Government never bad dune 
a); tUasjo itroof-^hat it JMtiAed every thing tbey bad done 
«r aiiht do berMifter. . If tvch proceedingi were admissible, 
IkcRmanend of alj those rrUtions which had u:>ually influ- 
tked Ike conduct of nationt towardi each other ; that ever}' 
\dj vat at tibcrty to do just what they pleased, and that he 
■ifU attack Swe<iea to-morrow. ' Hit Imperial Majetty then 
ItU ae la ike auxt peremptory language, tone, and manner, 
Alt kf voald have tatitfaction, complete satisfaction, for this 
■invoked aggression. That it was his duty at Emperor of 
Ma to deauind it, and that he would have it; and he asked 
ar,«kethereven I myself could veQtnre to dHfer with him on 
Midyect i He then taid that be was bonnd to Denmark by 
lit Bottsoleau treaties and engagemeiits, which treaties and en- 
tlftBaiu he was determined to adhere to and fulfil. His Im- 
ftrid Majetty then added, that he supposed we meant to make 
utltacfc 00 Cromtadt i he did not know what the event of that 
xnek Bight be, but thit he knew, that he was determioed to 
raJK la vSe lait nan, and to prove hioneif not entirely onwor- 
lk]F of ilUa| that high itatian to which it had pleased Provi- 
dtKt to call Mab 

" I told hit I|a|wrial Mfucity that I bad ttropg reason to hope 
adbdievt, that no attack would be ihade on Cronstadt. His 
I^Mftal M^etty «aid he wai prepared for tncb an event, and 
kMWkeahit dcteraiioatioo npon it, which was that whtcb he 
kU hefMe staled to me. He then closed theVouenatlon, by 
■^otiai with aiacb eaphaiit, that " be wouldliave natiiCtc- 

Tkecttnofed and koMfle tooe which gow iippeared Is net a 
HAjNttf wonder. ' I'here was not a tbihUti^ matt In Engthnd 
h*kfa itwaaaotaatidpated asaiaUiml t»asei{nenceof the 
1*itMa t»C«pcahagea. This, it way ta^, nast of oeccsiity 
*<«tf the BbM«, ant will' sot, wtthoot etti«mej«ala«y and 
hCfMtoD, behold so violent an inroad npon her pretentions. 
^(Tiiieace of the case teems to be altogether ancommon. It 
hamUMd that the Tceaty of Tilsit did not annihilate the 

*Wf tea lla w lt of Kanta towardt £nglan4i they were aa- 
''hkd at the montent of the att«efc«a Copeohafteni this cause' 
^•ftieiit to aceoont for the effeet, and no other caatoMilbe 

hB tf the idea of the nqjuttiSahle oatiire of the meatvre, the 
(■pnaraiked Lord Hutcbhnon what he tboaghtofir, whether 
*(. mg he, had any thing to say hi behalf of liti eoaittrynea i. 
Iliinltwatthesitoation in which his Lordship was here placed ! 
Itiffcan that hit heart recoiled ^om th; tfansactioi^ as it p'rc- 
*MeliiMlf fa it* oatward featareti aaJ he was obii^ to as 
■SB tkat dw hoatUe designs of the Damah OovcnMsrot had been 
«« aalwed, aad so maaHhW, a» to jnWtfyjt. This the Emperor 
'■xdiiidy and con6deqlly denied from his general knnwledgn 
*ftkecircauistancesi he appealed to Lord Hutchinson's owa 
^aMgeaf these ciremaauuicet, if fais'attan^tioa wat not uo- 
■*»MAIe,'aad Us Lordship- was aMiged by hi* siteBce to ac- 
.*"*l«dj;etheforceof the appeal. It now appears, after the 
Weartofosr Mloisliri it before Eni'ope, that the Emperor was 
ii{ki I that so evidence existed of any hostile designtontbe part 
•f tkc Daaes; and that the attack' was inade on tbe sole appre- 
^naf kostlle designs oo tbe part of Bonaparte, which Dea- 
■"k, it wat concluded, was unable to resist. 

^'^It.iaMeih&ig, «veo in the complaints of the Emperor, 
*^itk|ir«veh«w well, fo— dad, and strong were his prejadices 
.H><at Ike French, aod how far he wis, previous to this uofor- 
'"«>'t traouctipn, from any leaning ofaJTection to the enose of 
.'^jylwa. " Oar foal agression," b« said, "Justifitd «r«ry 

thing (he French G»vcrnind3TWi^ffti<! ;"^a'cTWr PipirtKlhll rtr 
his opinion how Unless at«d abominable the conduct of the 
French towards other countries had been. The exprCiSior whiclf 
follows, too, is still more remarkable, " Thtt qfgrwsion of 
o«nt" be said, '^juttlifitiitwr) thing, lehUh tit Frtnci migfii 
htnmfttrdat" m d«(isi^ proof of bit feaiv »>>t (he Frenci^ 
would not yet cease In Ibetr I*wl«f9*aad nggi«ssi»» caner, and 
were stin dangerous nelghboart, Afe tneh opinions astheid^om- 
patiMe with the i^eaof a voluntary astoctatlon, airteccd^ to atf 
provoo^iost far th« aggrandisement of Bonaparte, 'and tb^ 
subjugationhf BrMafai I Cetlaialy not I nor can a dQubt rem.ti^ 
thatto.the attack on Denmark, nod to that at ftck alone, wa 
owe the great and importam change fram'frifndly to 6ostrie'if^ 
the Coonrilt of Ratsin. Tliit fact, which was biglHy probable, 
frdm general e»«Bn<* befbre, is, by the c— ftiei H cs which 
Lord Htitchlnson has related, placed beyond a doubt. M'hether 
we have by that attack averted any otbef evil equally great 
with |he enmity of Russia l whether we have atiaincd ui'iy od* 
vantage of sufficient magnitude to compensate it t whether maf, 
evil which it conld avert, or any advantage it eoiUd procure, 
cMldf in tbe eye of rcata* and Janice vindicate it, are qacstioan 
of a different sort, tite diseatsion of which we mutt reserve tiU 
another opportunity . 


No. VII. 



If It has beei} violently objected to Mr. Cnbbeth that his 
opinions are uifitulile, andshort-li^d, he inav def v his hitterert . 
enemy to hrlog this accusation agaiitft his reienimcntt. These 
woaldapueor to he at deep npd durable, n» the other* are h^stt 
and transient. Whelher this perul'Ktrltj of rhararlL-r is a proof 
of great wisdom, and greafviriue, or the oonimry, is not thft 
present question. The fact h ondtiiiable, and is of no littl* 
consequence toward enabling ut to form a jiidRment of the worth 
of bit leatimeatt relating to the momentous quettinos on thk 
ti^^etkofouT lelations with America. Ahuo-t all the opioioiii 
which Mr. Cobbett held oo the other £>d'c of the Atlantic at« 
now changed. Mr. Pitt be then regarded as no angel for 
taleatt, and a taint for parity; be now desiKtiatei him at the 
shallow- hearted Pitt, and describes him as Ijuviiig been a cor* 
ivptiag, jobbiug, squandering oppres>or. Sir Francis Burdett 
wat then a hend let loa^e from thesulphurout pit ; he it now Iha 
only' man who has a chance to be the saviour of his couolry. 
At that lime be described the Briliih Constitution as equally 
pWf^tin practice and i» theory t he now represents it as prao- 
tically teaailog with aiMue* aud corruption. S'ach is a :^oit 
tperiatea of the<l»ange» in Mr. CohbetCs opinions ( hut hi^ re» 
tantmeata agyiost the Americans appear to be .is keen as ever. 
He seruisiocapat>(eof for(!etting(he violent qui:nvl he had wills 
llisin, and tho lotsr« and hardships which it ro^t hiiii. There is 
8nmetbiagia.tfais, however, extremely unreaseoiible. 

If was in pteaehin^-with violence andfurytbotevery opiniiim 
which Mr. CoW»etl hannow renovated that be created tboseen». 
mief w hose ill ofRres have madeto deep an ire pression fin h is mind. 
Is It not eitraordiiiary therefore that Mr, Cobbcltdoes not reJc« 
that as his vloleiKC and fary in favonrof opinions which he no^ 

j condemn!, was hifthly unreatonalile, he may have given cooti- 
derabte-caasefor that enmity which he excited, imJ araintt 
which it rmentmeni is yet so intense > If ;0 maoy of bis opinion* 
were entirely wrong when be was in America, why may it not 
happen that tbe very bad opinion wl.ich he formed of the 
Americans theinselveswas uroni; lil^ewiie? Witl»^ut advening 
to any other evidence of this ayegation, may we not w.^niier 
why Mr. Cobbeit does not rslfecf that tbi« opinion wliirh h« 
fumed of the .'\ro?riciins, wa' ,1 iille better a corollary from 
theerrtmaout.notioinuader^ Jch he then laboured. If Mr. Cob- 
bett, when in America rojjRercd all Kings, with theirsom,n(>- 
Ules,uiid cle^v' asdenii'^.o^s, heroesan'ian el-; and tiy cm 5«- 
auenca.hated a'peoale^^vlio Iwd violent piqudires ayrainst thelfi 
all ; and if Mr. cAli.-lt now hat (n'<'stly altered his opiri.'ni 

1 re!ipe«»iai{ Kiagt, iiid tbeir tans, nobles and ckcgy, it it a»t 

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powibe Aat Irriv^hie oAw t» si* t« ABcflca» be would ereutljr I 
itier hit dptaioa of ttw Aacdcam) 

• . Bi ha«.i«b<nirtd''lri*b i;>cat «Hida>ty doriiw thf consideraUe 
ytriAd in tbirh our niriiiioBiwiih tte tiaiird iiHtn ba«c breo 
aisftcr <>r inihlif attnitinfi ud >ni;iPiy iirmilil itw irtmrtini 
«4 ai^» «MltrmpliM*iMMi odioi* UtkeMm|rie aT «hii CMBtrv; 
Mr«i^«(tiiKr4 lot]icil.c««r3i<<^M«Wiexpry4B«a(MrM; wjiil* 
la Itw *t«dird;t« |if r^i^ulf u Wwt ibry l^ated llu< rooMry, oiml 
^bat WW atiU,4. creator rriipi;, tliai.uit; tirvcd t'lancc. Abnul 
vroofMf. Co^^tt «rjdltm tfoutiltii liiit!«If. tVr had «tl tliU 
Iii(Ao4 ruund 4i;MTti<»B. And «al$irt«iia«rty aitcitiaaawUka. 
CR»t |>artid« at fti3»kiad.«re Mly ai eegvwt ai proalb. 

' After aMndant «rfdraVoar< to mftkr iiifti^licvrfltttfhe'Ame- 
ftraM xrr a ivwt ndiMn Mr«, aod <tnit fMry bwH^ aad ytrtrtt 
W)n!>rbirTtblM«rduiiti7, Ml iirat ol^feet' <i toprrHMdeut. 

iBCcasc ro« conrisejrtiia jir. 'antrum rKptwmrr in nt- 

Ifiatthry •r«r<<<rry d«lrnr(H<r»»,ai|d max be Many traddcn down ... ^ , . .„"*'''"■■- -. . , j_, 

ta the dhrt, in sliort, «hat we miiy tnMh andTabtiM; tbem. ai we ■*'• «oi»d»,Jf wels, and »a»er, as t^B as movrable »■«>.««« 

plcaie, fur Ibry ramint luiur« ti.«' m rrtnro. Tbrrr ii HHiiHbln^ 
uiM'mimnMily illibrnil in thr'iitKiin rifMr. Cnbhc^'ii ntlarkiapnn 
the Amrriraw ( and tbet« U ira'hrcl} one «f hi^annrtieB* ttat <• 

• In t\ir DtM ptare, th« AmerWm bavp virtanand vimver; 
murk likr onrwJv««. Thrv arr a shunt .(t«Ai awt ow^ ttocki 
and thry vxhihH vrry diiuinrt l^k; of tbrir-affiaity wirh the 
|^n«t itrr. Tbay aro », people of kU-biig and maiilj paMiopi, 
•• wt oartrlves arr ; and we are vrry apt to bkuno ia tbrn 
what we applaud' in .ni|t!<;Ives. Ther area ma(°t induitriooo 
Md rnirrariidnK pen|><.« ; and rh«pec«)la> aj>pert whirh tbair 
vfrturs and yxcn uxuinr, i* the ttttet •Mlrrly of tW pe«^ill»- 
riiy of their vittialiou. Wcafc Bpl t*.deH(n«t« ihem as k 
raparioitt people i bat la e«e^ rouutry, where '(mtusfi^ is tit 
its infniirv, n here capital is rxtrraiely sraitc and trttremely 
t.-ilMable.'tbis appearanre will invMHablybe exhibheiL .'.As 
the' scope for rapilal i% more unbounded in Amcriea than aoy 
where else ; this ra^se 'operates there with a force peruliarly 
Cut eftrets, piaftly !<iaiH«r, are esperienced jwea in jjuir 


Pavit, Van. H.«>Tbe Patriose, of 71 Bani.-Wlllcb ItHfht 

ICkMBpe«l(e «• the M|b.of Derembrr, arrived at the Itir it 
Mm on tbeMi int.— 'By'it we'leartrtlnr Mr.' HkmrrfiUdAn- 
hAssadarMm fj^^hMl, bad retamedoa the UtbafSwmbrrl 

I The paUic paf*rs aooMBced tbvt.lbr 8WMr«Ml :lf«aw *Mli»- 
|irT«mathC«'kad a s w jn b le i l - wilbot 'any eaterfer mauaiaka- 
lioa. It wM tttid that «he ptoponO^ nado by-'Ra0a*< taro 

|drlkl«betriwane*sMUicVnIt«r8l««nt wwe •r«Mttt<<<»k» 

; in received, and tbatie«ery' ftdiiK wa»fbr'w»» wHisfkBtoaaMry. 

ireat. uut enrets, esaoi, <<ramtr. are raperieiieen oven tn «?ar 11 „,her Nation, sballbedecttred In the same iMDneraaderdK 
•Meat Udbs Islailds, Ibowcb theje are bath of liuiited ^xlrnt, and nj-, ■.njiiii.. .. . I 

Arofed wiib all tbe opuleat caoitaU of iiii,r West India m.rr- 
saerehants. As they are a people too, moiity uKrirultoral, ami 
thinly spread over this imnteiiMi surface, with few occasions of 
tocial intercoarfCt ll>ry exhibit bift little of the polished ntaU' 
net* of European cities ; and a republican famil' 
4|ViCBtly allected, wbirh is foand bigbly offinwive 
r»p«an<: as are eoauioared with atiAotrstticot dutioctii 

oillari;y is fw-j otDcc 

re to such Kn-I . 

In the neat pUtee U is perfectly iratrke thattka 
distin);iii«heiil by nn aversion t« this rouiKry. Tbe .caomigr ii> 
iDcimtmvertibty (he (heti Oue of the (tiief soaarcs «r tfiaii' 
pride ii their descent fcon this caaatry. It tt caamoaly sykeii 
'Of .tviaii); tbrm by the imnie of Tht ftld Gnmfry, « lean, ec- 
prfwiujt at aocp the xuft^nry nf their eoaa w iiaa, aatl their v n iw 
ralioii for tke cMaatry af iMr failtefs. 'J'heir btHt, «t4 nrok' 
«>ifir funat of lr(i«]ution, as weH as their fiishi«H,«ustMa*, wd 
tnannrpi, are ail borrowed fniai us. -It it M i * n«hte d U - Ifar, Iteti 
-tbir retndations nkich we havr imposed apmiBeirtrai tradadw- 
if^ M* prncul «ant«9t wilk Fmace, kave iallieied upas tbeni tha 
-fcrnitestMizdriiipst ani W was isat aanalaral far theatt* con- 
pi.-ihu tke^ *^^ Wl*^ Mrseiv*^, a Mi wtn t u lt peaylr i aod Kkcft 
<tbey kave to rompl.iio of niHitbet nailna, they 4o U io a pmty, 
aoisy stile. Thc.v are at pnwnt, no daubt, wv arnck .pravaked 
against tlrf" country i but even at pi«*na tbrre i* —i% ttam a 
hiOce fmd of e>teem and iptod w ill toward (Hit comtry, wUck 
•only wanli afavoumble season ia pcodace tbekappi«s( «ftctfL' 
.There it amoaK tkam, •» tbere is anong uit-two pact'ies, one «{ 
w birb it more repuMtcaa than the otker i and Ibesa twppartint 
brand one another ; the one with tke epithet of tke Fseaoh 
party, and tbe other with that nf the BsilMk Bttttke-cpitketi 
«t Krench isjastas iaiproperly applied ainaaf tkev, M.rt watj 
saoie yaarsafo asBOug us, to Mr. Fmc aad kis-pM^s 

Ta the last place, the Amcriram are, by mi means, a* Mr. 
Tobbctt woutil have us believe, enemies entirely ta be despiAd., 
They cannot conquer our fleets, or invade Irefend: hot, ns wr 

.do Dot a^Ttt with Mr. Cobbr|l^th«t «<ir««nimerre it nurcnne,' 
wo cannot, in the present silorKimi of tke vmrld contemplate, 

.without lively emotion, tbe l(i>-r W ow Intermurve with a iia-| 

,tlon, that has for a number of ,^tfrs takrn off jnare i;oodr of 
British produce aod inanufacture. mnn the wbok rrtntinettt of 
Eurotie As this, huM ever, ia a suh.iei^ nf vust iBworianee, we 
will uot trr«pai» any further U-yiMid oiiV-^mils. w^lHin , at 
presrol, merclv entered upon the subject. ^It will aptiA tom^ 

aader our a(tM(i«ejSB><idetatioa. 

proncj-ty of nnj nature whatsitevcr, belonjriag to any iudiviitual 
subject of Great Ilritaia, found in any territory of the .Portil- 
guese duntinio^, shall be cooiiirkted. . . 

All gobds of British pipufacturr, of ai^ Jttnd wbatsoettti 
shall iSt also coniiKated. 

It is exptcsfly. ordained, that any person, of wl|aitev<r riass, 
who shall have in bis'possession any si^ni or goods belonging to 
subjects of (ireat JBrit^p, shall appear and dfcrtare^tb^ sanir, in 
tbe coarse of three days, at tbe Secretary's 'Office, M..l<tgs.v, 
.ippninted Commissary pdtatfrim, wIiok ir.sjdence it at No. W. 
iipMMiie the Fountain of the |.oretto ; aod in tbe iuieriut ps^s 
of Portugal these declarations are to be made ftcforc tbe Jitifi- 
trfte of the place., 

Any person who tliall not nike atraa'and exact drdaratiosi 
shall forfeit ten timet tke (ton of the object so declared, .ind sliall 
receive besidei cdrporarpuhitb'meot; If the olifect ikoiiid dexrit 
such. ; 

Anygotids of piroperty wtlcft infty have been «i^ way <«»■ 
cealed by either Portuguese or 'PreoCb inerrhams,' or t1i«ie« 

nie peniltlc*. 

Tke AdmioMrator-Qeiwnt of tbe Financetf «iid ihe Rrgtaq 
CowMii, 'are chasBsd with-tb* ezeeBlio«0f4kiw Decree. 

Dated in tbe Palpce of tbe general QHi^tert, LisUup. ^c*>^ 
'December. .(Sieiied) . Jvfot. ^ 

3\y. IT.— The new Decrees and flrtei^ of A< 
Oenenil Junot, kav« beew f s pt la tly tiisiiaatlwtii ta ^^ 
Rpf>etiry, and by tbem pat sate eaectttion. T<be fmmiMreof ik 
British AssraMy.RoMB ha* been sold by Junot for 6U0<. tics 
linf t the lower aparlnents were immediately anrrwards di 
rected to be converted iaio stables ; and the upper rooms, whirl 
are very eirgaMty coii*Cracte4 "and famished, -werir presMited* 
■MMharaats, wbttlMstsken liy bi»f«ti>leBteiMtDi«. I 

The *am of SritWi fAMierty, wMth, by «in«R -of the IM 
ctxe of tk«^b of DecenSiM, had bnen entered vfiib M«n> i^ 
l^y, did net amaant to 140,000/. s'terlinit, aiid'no e^orts on W 
part of the people were attempted to be mkdc to increase til 
iMmwit. TteaMH ftM«o< lie«ii«t()sedfioir<iie"4*drt of lit 
9m«*9tt Cwt»m m fc«tthi*i«daUy.e<pceK4v widkir-theatH 

•rvWllHU wb* had been cbM^ed to iaotiirf Jmn *] 
nature and 'Vi^ae nf tke prapeTfy. Snck as 'sboi4<I >>e founl I 
belii«»y bufaiitt^^aawHii'd with British subject! It to be confii 
csted H British nrvpenv;iMMit«fti ti<shfelfcinii4v appMft to U 
Itwr im tHe sabjAts of fi b r l n i n l , ki to bc'Mttntcd, Mdklhiwi 
U>«e MMIbr tkeir Mnrtt.:* 


Wa«mi«o»«:»,.nK;W —Mr. NMrtw (Vti«)'«<iMllkeC«« 
miitHse of CoffioificewidAfaaofactkiw, 'fcportod.a^ill Sivplj 
nientarv to Ike Acll»yinKao Embargo, which' was twice rea^ 
— Tbe fonawbigls thk Bill c 

.A BILL, : 

Su^pltmrsfnira to the.Jtty tntltUd '.* »n Jet laft»g an SiaAa 
go on all' Skipt arii i'ttieh in tkeporU and haAourt of li 
If niUd Slabs."- 

9fd. f. 1k it emeied bv the «en.iteand ilMnosf.H^scKot: 
tlniaof the.Uoited Slatat. sE Antmick, inyO«mrMa;<l«r«ikt« 
tti«tduria( tbtvcoptJKuaace of the a^ ^>,whtcb tk^acl tsui 
plentfotary. nq vessel licensed for.lhe coMtine trade tind ll»l 
•Ties, Csbrpvcnftged in tjR: whale nr «tlier'nskeriet'wcr; e< 
cepKduthC'k'aaiiBitteco* tbe Bttt), -hating on ko«r4 f** 


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inenh»nAtT.jh, rtth#r of fttrrijm or rfomertlc)tro«th 
«MW, aririaf vcNTk-wtlfrnlt-flir ttiMp <«binf fsTv* 
(K(yfei^st*Hkrttn«)re4<»4efMNftMi|inv jNirl af«ft« United 
•iiM, « ikall rrcrtVe a deMsacetiiHil ilw owoer, rewicnrv, 
ifMwfiKtM, (hall, irHkltMF aiMte*, (iac boat «iib one or 
— t »mhi >i» % 4JMM*«l«Bteii, i*a«md(Mbte tte«iilMaf 
ikwttelMl amm. iHt«ke«rMwMi flotdMdM fenwy ien4« 
T«t«rf(tM,Mi(||atJi»wM«Mnt<< wartt,<iMt MMKlMi^tar 
ikiiUbeiv-4oa4c4iiiiMM^r«orilieUait«dStM». . . 

« Ai4 keH «iniier«flrteM, That i#«iiy VM^t .«r «w«el 
Ml, daring the foalimuutc of Ibe act to wlkltk thiCMt <*•«■• 
fharM. drpan fnm my |rMt"of tb« IMle4 Btat«t wiUMM n 
donmc, or ittmy ibip or ranel thrill; «iMrary to the p«ttvJ- 
Muof tbititrt, or the act to wMril tkb to a Mppkomit, pro- 
«rt «D a rorrign port or plM«, M«k«Mp or yrt$A and cargo 
iWlbe wholly foKHuilt M4|f tlemmetlian ii»t be »riml 
a»o««T«^Bch sMp«r*otirl shall, for evrry sttch oflrocp 
h*U a*l pay a laai e^jial to doubly the value of (ho (hip M 
twrlud carpo, and thr matter or ronMpaadrr of silch ship or 
wwt,«s well as all other pertom eonceiMd ta awh prvhibitrd 
fwip royngc, thili each retprctl«rtr totttitait* pay tbesum 
•fwt mere thaB 8n,0endolUr), nor fcfs thii» U)l»<Mlar( fur 

t" St 
'•''I to 

And be It finther dtactrd. That the excrptkta timtt 
t^utaM, to whhgk tbitacltia.iiippleneM, Id ratOvn^AKaad 
•ntcls, potMMiiw iMbllc cammi<ilon( (hna t»t\pt |jfti«er(, thaU 
iff? ntr to p*1ie armed rtmeh, and ihall not be tOMtraed (u 
•wvectlher privateeri, vecscl* ^vinK iettcr( "f marque, or 
aj«»er private-artocd MswU ; but such private armrdTCMt-li 
"«■ be permittHI to depart In the taae MMoaer, aad unihe kuM 
nwiuK. a« it proyidcd forother private AKei^ »h lp« Or veKf li. 
Dec. JI.— Tti« dnv Mr. Rnadolph, made « outien in the 
"«je of Rrprrsentaiires ngcaiM GcDeial Wilkialoo. He taid, 
kenrndd trd stair rertaia facM, and tha«e fhcU wituld be the 
poMaT hn motioD, op which hodtoatdaAr no ar|ii«i<at.-> 
Ju. ft. tkeo read the (bUovriof daruaeati : — 


I» the i^ley the Vteloria, Beraardo Moiha, Patra*, there 
tow been sent to U«a >"Mcrot Palch Diae thmiMind riz hnrtdml 
p'rQit>ilnHar(, whiclKBiB, witboal mafcinc <!>« lean ute of 
'"v T°« "HI hold nt my disposal, to dflU-cr it at the moment ao 
""(m be presented to >ob by the Aawrirou Oeneral Don 
rtao WRfciivoar Gnd preoerve y«» nn|ly je^rj. 

Nor OifaMM. 80th Joa. 1796. 

T»5«or Don Thomas Porlell. 

IffTtifj that the forexoiqg ii a c»py of iti orl|;inat, to which 
'™»' -,, (Jii«»«») Tnonxt PoAtnit. 

Sw Uadrfd, ^th June, n9#. 

tltbale «o(ue4, which (;ogtia«»'iMtfl*« •'♦l*<k,«|. 
■"■arely a« the mode ottptg to be Miatoed, arbethet to 
*w.*t Keaoiaiioa to »!We« Coaunitteo «r tlw whale, or to 
(«"< withoat fefeNace.«»No daeitioa #•*. howavrt aMUt. 
«&Khto MMMtantloa of tha M^<£i «a* pM*^*m«d, an 
■^.ofMr. SaUley. till Maodayv JL. 4. 
lif'.i"' i-'^'^^ f»i!|os^ BUI, S«p«teai«atiry to the 

grf'to, ihatl die &ni p«M^a4i«MoB t oo>.tli » . ,X »fiMHm- 

.'l?»»« •? « I*»y- 4a^?!riiAiMto», Otc. «l, jWi- 
' to ■■raia^ an a«ferlucmcat %m tauit potted ha is diOe 

M»!H>*V, «•*.«% IMS; 
1%* Cnatet $k<p«i|ii<>ti 'BAr wa* rettA atMrA tithe and panrtf^f 
i-oMA >ft'<'jci.'.<«i>';iib4el'red, fh*t peevioasly-to the BMtiMII 
whkb he Inlebdrd to %ttbfflit tii tMlt'lArdthipt. It AataeeeaMn^ 
in his opiaiou, that they ihoaid be in piMmionvf rertolh"d*r«^ 
flieaU and papers rrK)iiiiK tn the *x»»ri* nad hnporH iif fh# 
country for a certain tiiiie, iur It wouduppenr ttoia this pernsat 
of ttii>je fapcn, when prodared, that hr spile of all the eflbrt* 
uf^hc enrmf to debfesi and lirture oer trade, (hat diA-ini; tM 
y«ar itl which U> Noble friend near him (,U»rd Cifenville) wati 
at itte ^es4 of the AAmiahtfaiion, that our ex purls aniounirA 
o the endnnobi tnm ofd;) qiUiiumt bat wai sorry to soy thai 
hey had folirn very coiistderulily tlitee the proeot Mini.<trto 
came into oihre. The Kuble Lord then moved, that there h* 
taid before the Uotfc an account of the exports and impori^ 
into Great Brifala darinr the laMlitree vMft. diMiaguithinjC i*» 
amottot and value in tita year, fodiof th»ftilh of Jaoaary laOUrf 

;^«ho.^. Whether the ve^4..^.*aJ^£i:^'ly^-^r^^^^^^ 

««;.,. .^adbelt ««her -^-That the evr*«U.w-^I.J2^Ji J^^--^^^^^ 

C«amiiHinAeM Of liotb Coiwtrie*. 

/.'oao H.«eirMMid> taid, hr tmdtmt to b« able to wilKjl 
thv !fobte HatOD to-mofrflw, or on WedseMhiy octt. 
copKjraACXN je»f8J)ttfcH. 

TVtK /)rjc« .o> yuuruj^M read a. variety of motlnfts fur ronlol. 
of the ProclamatiuBi of L^rd Cattacurt and Ad|oir«l Oambicr r 
Uba rcpteteataUdU uf tJic latter rrspevllng thn (tale of the 
Danikb fleft,^. all pf wliirli were Mverallv (imVid agreed lo., 
Mi( Grai-e then moved fur copies of any rrpresciuatiuns mad* 
hythe British Minister at Coprnhq^ep, regarding the intetitioB* 
of DettipArk. to surrciidet her flc^ in Prance; andufanyde« 
mnndinfesplanatiaa addressed lo the CrvWn Priucc, with re- 
^nfd Id the tecrct ariirlei of the Treiity of TlUlt. 

I'hk M-u>^vi* ir WeiixsiAr cijosidercd thr question of the 
CoDMThaj^ea Kx]t«dition as nWady decided by the rciulutiao* 
^ FaHiaoient, on the var^out. Mfntscmineard »i(l> that (ub* 

' t-onn HvTrntstoy 'tated hh coiivietiao, that the Crown 
PHacf way dfienniiird to ]M>i«evrre ill Itis nrulralily. Wlk-n 
the French, il| l>«c. 18QI, vialated Va territorv, it waskouwii 
t0 every F<*reica %tinislcr at Cojienhafen, Ihat hit retotulion 
was. In cate oroeeesdn-, to aIniidiKi llnUieia and >luilaiHl, and 
not a dAabl eXitted of liU ability to (retrfte ZenUnd with it* 
Navy. He was conviiM-ell, (hat tbe atta«k on Copenhagen-wa* 
the immediate cau>e nt the war with Russia. Tiiat Pitwcr had 
done Alt that (he could dn a|pttn*t t'rnitte. In (lie short ram- 
pftlta efll dayi, which terminated lh» war, the had oat of nai 
army of TO,eOO, lost 87 (irneitik, IljeO infi^rior oflker.<, and 
¥i,WSt»itm, The enemy had ukro the ttrld tho lowest 
ealcalattoo, a force of l(X),009el'eFtive intopt. He baA oppnn.' 
(unities of jadeinf that peuee vfas euent tally neers(nry lo thejez- 
istenoe of Kaftla. Here h^ Lordiibip read a (tntement oflwo pri> 
'vatc roaveraaffen* which he had tvHh the ^:ttpen>^. [ f'Ue lh» 
QaiCt.KAL OHQtrniTIoy on his I.ori)liip'teQnf*re»et leilk U» 
Smpcror of Aanfa.] ProM thr warmth with which ihe £mpe»or 
addiened him, he wasrmivineedlhatooAiaK prevcatod ao lRnne.i 
dlate declaradon of hostiiitiet, tint that there wete two Rnvsiaa 

?u<idrbM afsea. Yet what had yern tltt^YoadoHaf Minislenii 
hev aserted that Russia nasn priacipat party toth* Mnriiime 
OoBlMphtev, th^ pcl^htrd one of hAr 'qaaidiwas to enter ibe 
Ta(««, .-ind Mother to pass ihniajrh their fleet to the Soudt 
They were w(«k and f uiillanimaMto the stifaf , ttm aad vi|j:o- 
roas til the weak.' ' - 

JLoJift llAtricetarw Justified the F.xpeditinB.^ Zealand 
ap«a-thip« KFOOods, I'M, 'Pie avoxred dcMgns of J-'ralllrei Sd, 
The Impractiraliilitv of effectual resislance on the part of I)en- 
nrarli.; and Sdly. Ttic mU|:nilude ofthe daof^r to this rouatry, 
ihiinlil the Daniili Navv fali into the.liHiids ofOonnparte, 

r»r the Alotiuu, Contrntt .SSr-rrovfci'lS. A^aiust it, Noa- 
ConlenK ^^WoJUesS?.— A<Uuumed. 

Tt;En>.iv, Fsn. 9. 
Coiih-e) were heard in thelriNb Appeal, Staflord v. Urew.-^ 
Adjou>ii<'4. m I 

TT W) 1 E VH A ly ' F n B.~ 10. 
Mr. TMHrord prrirnt^d arn.'unfsfriiiii the ru'louij of Scotland 
«rt!ir qinjntitjr uf shipping, ^c. eiiiploycd in the Whulc Fisher/. 
Qfditcd, t|i lie uA ibe (able— 44i"t('°t>*=<)> 

«*« (which he has had b«t two or three days) which wuiOd 
a-?.?"™ **• chafft. A mdtlott^to made ti> leqaeit the 
yjMoHia iotOttae gn ea^Dry lato WOklnion's ciiidart.-^ 
•«"MB AaBePT"! Ra^Oolph yeMvday, and lt»id»lpli re- 
JW, «b»the woatf aat ficlu M« ttt ha deantd aphit cha- 

B«iTov,i)tc.a.— Themei*h«Bt(>addeal«« in 4kuraad 



kia kZilTTJ""" f*™^"* '" """■ ■ 'onr.aao a-foarth dol- 

3»?!Jf*?*' C*^ failure have already ncrarred ; ohe ai 

tLl**' ^ **«*• "" *>•«» *•"*". >« »♦ »»t*- 
J7!!*>' Z^"- T.—Alrestdy art the eriecis of the emharr< 
1«Ml.Wthv*thel«*mrtr- -• •' 

•^•tthe loaihward, are very ttftMy *elite the 
« *• emhanai Uv ha> fUUn at New Vofk, / 
■"«■«*,•■* oihir places, to ftnir a fonr.a'bd a-l 

•Vjwyert *m propasUur IMam of en^>lujin< t»f* rart^, 
teSSLSi J* ?. "'" ^*^" J»«*'t» avtp,ii« Meadt^ 

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Thr Tbirty-third Itepoo of t^ ■C uHwiw ioiiert of Aceoutb 
' tar Ireland woi prnented aaA-«cdcr«i t« be printed. 

Loao SiBMiiVTH gave notice, tlwt .iM^ Thunday next be 
<l^ld mo/ir.fot.m Jk4i»eis la iiis Mfijesty, pfMriof him to.pfc- 
(erve (be Uiuiuh navy iu ^ucii a sUUCi as ilVoulJiint preelnde or 
put (o bAzard the postibilUy of its restitution on the coocldston 
.«f peace. Tbe Hoiue was anleted to be tttmmoned for tbc day 
above .slated. 

Loud lIjirKBtBvttr laid on the table, a copy of Mr. Jeffcr- 
f 4oa'(-late Metwif;c to tlie American Conrreu < ami also copies 
•lecrlain coinmuow^Uow front the Uritoiii MioisUsr in America. 
I hey were oniOK)} to \te |iciiited. 


i Imbo OnKKriLiF. said, (hat next to tbe tinion of all classes 
•f tbe KiiiK's ntbjcetft in-tbe defence of tluvcountry, tbe nxxt 
lm|mrlant intrreot be rauld figure to hi; (urtr mind, was that nf 
yreeervini; a ;ntt(i understandiB)[;''Witb the United States. He 
4hl nut understand (bM it was inMndcd by tbe Amerfran Govern- 
went, to deny the-vaUdjity nf tbeirlght ofMarcbinf; inercbant ves- 
sel* for itam*$'%, if irttiat, be jvouldsay it was be|ter. to perbih 
in a rmil«*t fnrra/iiotaiainKtkenit tof otbefWise «ve <ho<iJ<^aot 
Ibss'efTi^itklfvfiht more igMintaloufly, accelerate. tbe dwti-uclion 
•f'ogr tairittnie f«|KTiiJri<y, •n^wHbtbat (hst national inde- 
prn'l.-ncf. The Noble Lord coiicltided with noviag for an Address 
IpllliAl^rstv, |rmrinj(!thB(;lie W«uld'b« irracionsly pleated to 
give ordsDi .fur IpVitV iKftire tbc Mouse, a Copy of tbe late 
'i'reatv ioi:rludcd witi^ IbAjAuoerican I'lenipotrntiaries. 
. LoRU ItJfrKKtBcnv slated his readiness to accede to tbe 
notion jvtt made, on the chief);r'>iind5Taidby the5obleMoTer. 
The arr.tntieiDen! iiij^^rslrd was not qgrred to. 
On the million of f.cFO B.iiru*}avnr,'{^pTe »n» ordered to 
k$ laid bi'fiire the ilim^f h Copy of cc^ithi Communiration? 
witl) Mr, Rirt. the Damsb Minister, reearding the Order in 
Council of the 7th of .(.-jiluary, 1807.', 

. XoRO MoiKj eiive untVe, that on tbe 99d inst. he should 
move the ffciunl reading c^f the Debtor and Creditor 'Bill. 
I B*tti, Gnr.v then rute t" move, pursuaol ,lo notirr, for a va- 
riety of papers. The firjt which h'c called for related to ttar f 
i^u'trian and Koj'naii ofers of mediation. His I.ord.'ihip con 
tended that no enga;eii<ent bad- been violated by Ihem, and fbai 't 
%bey bail iK>vi*rsiM-n other erouod of hope than a |;eneTal as- 
surance of their readiness to, c<^-,opernte In nn> pr.icticable way 
vhich Ru'ii'ia could |iuliit out, bii such a K-tIc .is was proportionetl 
to the military means of the roun'try, "and the nercMarj- drain 
upon those incaM fur tbe colnninl esiahti^hments. Tbe Swedes bad 
eagacged to furnisti a force of S3,000 nun fur an adili'tinnal sub- 
tidy, but this stipulalinu had not been evecuied. The late Mi- 
nistry bad nut thrown any obstacle in the way of the proposed 
loan to ilus'in ; hut ivhen it was cnnjidei-ed (hat the sum dc- 
itandeU tvas fix millions, it would not seem furprising that with 
the experience ut the Austrian loan befKre them, they had de-- 
flined to fruaraotee ihc re-pajmeut of <iuch a su<p ; and wilbou'i 
«uch (cu.irautec the niuney roukl not be raised, IJi^ Lordship, 
sot having yet ao opportunity of tonsultiiijj; the papers in the 
Public Oaices, would not, at prcseot, cater into any discussion 
•f the merits of the expedition to Coustaniiuo|[iH. Be coo- { 
eluded wilb movioKfor tbe prodiioiiun of iheteveraldpcwineols. 
• f.»ni> tljifussBonr vindicated the conduct of jtfwistcre, in f 
not entering in their Daclaraiioa again-t Rnssin, iulnihe details 
tf the coBipJaiots which she brouj^ht forward in ber ne^larating, 
My fnitiicr ihaa to shew that they formed no valid Ji^tification 
litr her rniMiuct, 

The qiieslioa WM ^ut on the difleront innlions, some of wbicli 
Vfn i>{r«ed (o, atid otbe» ncj;atived. — Adj nuriied. 


ttoyD\y, FBB. ^. 

A person from the Cumniissioners ft>r iifvaligatinfttbe Claims 
m&de on tbe late Nabob of Arcot, presented the Thirct Report 
frum tbe Commifeioncrs, which was ordered to be printed. 

An Account was presented from the Commixsionrra for the 
Reduetioa of tbe National Debt, fur one year, eodins January 
I, 1808. 

New Writs were ordered for Ennis^ la the room of J. Fili- 
(erald. Est). d«w Ksciiealar of Mansfer i and for Traler, in the 
room of the Sittlnj< Alembrr, who has hccepted tbe Stewardship 
of the Hundred of Kast iicndred, 

JWb. /'. GiiBsrii.i,K wished to say it few wotrdi on the eob- 
Wct of a Notiee Kivea by an Hon. Gentlrroqa'vlhiBd him (Mr. 
Taylor) respecting theP.iper( relative to tltaB^fpedition of^iosi 
(^staaiinopke. He said, ke wished to Icarif'wlat Papers Ml-, 
nislcn iMewded to produce, as tbe lole Miqixtea i^eie eat of 

oftce before the Expedition to Geoitaittlaople mm carnal iMe 
effect.' He alluded to Papers of eowe.iwfertKaw i tWfe wo* 
Sir T- iioiiis's rcauu-ks, traofwUted to Lord Collingwood, ea 
tbe state of tbe Turkish batteries, dated tbe5tfa uf 0e«nBker, 
— Tbeie was aaotlMtr letter, r^kpeciiqi Alex«qdriaaiid.|bel>(r> 
d«aolle«...t«hici» he imafioed Miwsters lud received tmn l«i4 
■<>oUiagwop«l. aNd,jrbicb,Jie.«^ppMe4,jtbey vovI,a. readily prt* 

• ■Mn.-CAKiwta said a fcw minU in «rply, in wb>cb 'we andcr. 
stood him (• refuse tl^r Papers retjueste^l. 

Mti, WiiiTa»f4M s»id, he beard, nithserprisc, tbeRiftbt 
HcMi. tinitlentan refune tbe cowniunication requested by hit 
Rl||h( Hon. Friend. He b<vl fltver ki^niro that such eommuni- 
r^UiouB had been withb^d, and ho should therefore proceed to 
move for certain Papers, in nbpdionee to his Notice. The Right 
Moo. Secretary (Canains) bad qn 'VVcdiu'wIay disregarded ail de- 
licacy and reserve, and had read a, garbled extract «f • letKr 
from lilarl Grey, tbco Lord Hvwict, ta Mr. Garlick, our 
Envoy at Copeaaagcn. He did not roeoa liu charge tlw Secreiarr 
of State wMit toviog f<>ri|*d what bo had l>ei|d, but be cosrgeil 
bira with bnviiig wilfully oniitled whole soitcares, highly nsr 
terial, ('*■*•• insieed of fitci/t and true statcmciii*, , a loose div 
jointcd chaos. He concluded by moving for a Copy of tbe Diir Lerd Hovick to Ur. Carliek, dated ibe^idof Deceni< 
l>cr, laoiSi'toxMbcr with a Copy of the Note delivered by Mr. 
Rist to Lord Uowick, 

Um. C^j».y<A«> slated, that be stood, like all men in office, he 
was unwilling iw give iuformatiou where it was sot neceisarv, 
and be uevct yel refused it, where it was properly and regnlsrljr 
required, and whcreUconsisled with bisdutytoaccord it. After 
some fUrtbM explanation of qniuor importance, M r. Caoni^p coir 
eluded by agreeing to the first part of the Uon. Geotleman's do> { 
tiun « but in expressing his dissent to Mr. Ritt's Note, as tbeo 
was no occasion for 4ts production, at(d as no case bad been isade j 
shewing )rlty. it ought to be laid before, tbe House. . 

After ssverol Moitbers bad spoken, the House becase c]«' ' 

morons for the question, when a division took pbce — \ 

For the Hlotioo, T3— Against it, 151— Minority 84. i 

Mr, Shjrp gave Notice, that on an early day be would nuns I 

one, to move fur ceitaiaRcsiilutionn, expressive of the disapyriH ' 

batiua of the House, on tbe conduct of His Mtyetty'* Mimsten, i 

lyith respect to tiie Expedition to Dopenhagen. ' 

A message was brought from the Lords, stating that llicit i 

Lordships bad agreed to the Curates Suspension Bill. 

Tbe Bept^rts of the Comouitees of Supply and IVays and 
Means were pat and agreed to. i 

The Bouse resolved itself iato a Committee of the 'Whole, (o ; 
consider tbi; £x(raordinaries of the Navy. , j 

Uln. pyjtin statea, that the Extraordioarie* of thit y»«f i 
amounted to coosiderably more than the last. l,142,959f. 19».I(W. 
would be wanted for the Kxtraordimiries*f the Navy ; S34,10W- 
for handing and repairinj:i I"5,100f. for wear and tear of ; 
transports ; 581,100'. for sick and weilnded t 55,500^ fotpH- 
soncrs of war) and 59,0<XW. for sick prisoners. 

A new Writ was issued for the county of Westmealh, is tbe . 

room of Richaird Smyth, Esq. who has, since bis electios, *<■ <i 

cenfcd (he office of Escheatnr of Munsier. " i 

The American Tnterci^rse PiH was read a third tine tod , 

paised,— Ac^btrraed. 

■ ' , TDKSOAY,'Fnll. •> ' ' , , 

Mtt HvsKlfton moved for copies of Certain Letters, whl'k i 
passed between the Chanrellor of the Exchequer and (be Go- 
vernor, SiC of the Baak, respecting the unclaimed Dividends.— 
Ordered. ,' i 

Srjt J. J*B«»'i'(tHT moved, that a Cony of the Charter of th» 
Bonk of Ireland; also ao Arroiint of the Balances in that Bonk, , 
from the 5lh December, leOT, to the 5th January, 1S()8, belnog- { 
ing to the different Public OiGces, bo laid before the Flouse. i 

SiK F. Bi HQErr said, be wished to iftk tbe Chancellor of tb* i 
Exchequer a question, respecting the grant lately made by Irii | 
Majesty to the Dnke of York, of 80,000/. AU he wanted fo j 
know was, by wh.-it authority hit Miycsty could dispose of V> 
much property at pleasure ? 
* Thb CHda€E%.ion or TttK BxcaeQvsK replied, that the pr»- 

Seirty belonged to his Mwcsty, which accrued to him from | 
Iroits of tbe Admiralty, &c. Sach grants were usqal. 
Sir F." Burdctl signified bis Intention of bringing forward, «■ 
an early' day, a motion respecting these Grants. 

Mr. Biiskissiin presented the Correspondence between '■« 
Cbancello/ nf the Exchequer and tbe Bank of England, respect* 
ing the ly/iclaimed Dividends. 

Mr. Canning laid before tbe House a Paper, purporting to Be 
tbe Sjpeccb'of tbc PretidcDtnf Use United State* to both Hou>« 

Digitized by 






•r Coujitn; also a Cop; of Mr. liitt'i Note to Lord Uowick, 
Mi kb LalMMp's Aiwater. 

(htlw HMkn of i,a>j> Tcvric, tbrrc were ordered to br 
hid btforr the Hooie, aa Aceonnt, ibcwiii); nil Inporti aoil 
Eiptets to ui frodi Great Britain for the tlirre Uit yeart, ter- 
■inliH oa Ike M of Jaaoary, 180V. 

Tke Kepart af di« 4>iamMitre of Sapply of last ai;bt, gnol- 
iff taricM nm a< eitiaiatef for the Nary. Ac. ir a> broagbt op 
(idipecd la.— Atyoataed. 

VEii!«isoAy, re*. 10. 
Mr. Fawkroer, the Clerk of the Privy Cooncil, pretented ao 
AfdNUtof (lie Feel and Gratuities paid by persoM for carrying 
•Bilu Farriga Trade from May, 1W3, to December last, ihow- 
lijC Ibe apporiionmeot of the <ame. — Ordered to br printed. 

Ltrd Trmple gave notice, that on Monday he should move for 
I Copy of a Note of Mr. Pincllney, the late American Ambat- 
fador.'io Lords Uollandand Auckland, dated the 3lit of .DeceDi- 
ttf, law, relative to the Treaty between Great Britiiio and 

Mr. Sheridan Intimated that on Monday he (hotild move for 
C»pies of all or any Corretpondence that had pafsrd between 
loiMrn and the Prioce of Denmark, upon the Surrender of 
bfeotu^n, relative to our retaining pctsetsion of that fortrcu. 
Tut CnincsLLOR or ra* Excbsovkr stated, that he fell 
pniutiiractioo at being able to state to the Committee the fa- 
nuaklc arrangement he had made with the Bnnk. The ar- 
nnjCoieQi to which be alluded had arisen from the suggrstion of 
li( Finance Committee nf last Session, and it embraced three 
iSarul wbjrcu. The first wu the mana);emcnt of the Publfr 
Deiit; ttly, The allowance to the Bank for that m^agetnent i 
nJ lastly, The Unclaimed Dividend!, and Unclaimed l^rfittery 
Piiin, rrmaining in the custody of the Bank. The Right Hon. 
Gtitlrioii then went on to detcribe the lums to be allowed the 
But Ibr the maoagemeot of the Public Debt, at the rate of 
HU. per milUoB, a* itat nresent stood. Wbeo the debt should 
he Bijner redaced the allowance waa then meant to be 4001. 
fcrisiHion. This arrangement would eventually prove asav> 
n|«r8l,000r. or 65,0OW. a year. The next point was, the 
'^wrtby the Bank or9,(iOO,(X)0:. during the war. This came 
hoq the advantaged the Bank ei\joyed inpoisesiing the balances 
sftke Public money. It appeared from the most accurate cal- 
nhiiga, that these balances amounted to somethinj; between 
^neaaad twelve millions, from which, however, there fell to 
WMactcd 600,000/. being a deposit on account of America, 
n aooonted in the whole, he believed, to ten millions and a 
■slf, dcdictiag the above sun. He then described the amount 
'Hie Uodaiaied Dividends from IT9I, as amounting to 
^WV. ; and the three millions a« the profit of the Bank on 
*<cpaiits of Government in their hands. After tome further 
'"'^ioas, tb« Right Hog. Gentlemao concluded by movli^, 
^l« towards the Snppty granted to hit Miyestv. 'U sum of 
|™I|H, of Uoclaimed Dividends, and UndcmanJed'^Lottrry 
'Iji, be granted." — He stated lie should move the oth<r Re- 
"jwo after this preliminary one should be agreed to. 
uoilKqaestion being put, .Vs. Bjxkks, the Chairman otthe 
l^'Mrt (Jamoiittee, commended the object of the Right Hon. 
I'BieiMa had in view, on the principal that it was nothing but 
'<v (kat the Public should have the use of lu own m«niey . A 
""J" bargain might have been made, and U wokld not hnve 
"^^iinentaJ or iqjurious to the Bank. He conreived, that 
^tciiuctionoBghi to have taken place in the allowancei pro- 
V>*i u> the Bank on the inao-ngemeat of the Public Debt, at 
■> uItukc from the Bank of the three millions, without ipte- 
"«< aight iadaie for a loag time, at least until the end of the 

Kg. Tttttar did not approve of the Reiolutiona , and urged, 
■« the Bankaaght, from tlic public balances therein deposited, 
''u'" ^ Ruuiagement of the national debt without any charge. 

V. Baokci and the Chancellor of the KxcheqaercipUioed, 
•km lie kesolulloni were .igreed to, and the R^rt urdecedto 
« retciTcd to-morrow. — Adjourned. 

iJf*- '•'■'•toit BH>ved for leave to- bring ia a BUt for abo- 
"TJJtteoSeeof Surveyor of Subsidietand Petty Cuitona in 

^ ^ l-oBdoB.— Leave given. 
^*"J^*cni»«tTthen rose to submit the motion of which he' 
■"Pwoaatice. It was hit intention to ground a Parliamentary 
Jj^J^f on the AecMint for which he ihouU now nrove, 
jT**", foranarrount of all cnpturei made at sea, by Brl- 
•fwrii, which were claimed, or said to have renmiiider in 
"• Uma, f^Bl7B9;, to the prctrat day. 

Tk* VuAgccLtoR or TKU B*.enmi)v»H ohwi^ed, thatt if 
such was the account wanted by the Hea. BaiMiet, It wmM b* 
a dilBcult matter t« osakc it out ; bat if he wanted onlv a Mate* 
ment of the Droits of the Admiralty dtKinc (hat period, hit 
Iboaght the account might be prodooed. The Droiu of the 
Admiralty, however, hecoald tetltheHoa. Baroart, were leaf 
since, by the authority ef ParliMaent, made hii Majetty'h frt> 
vate property. 

Stn t\ BomutTt had no poalBle attjeetioo to the Un% 
chalked out by the Ri<cht Hon. Oentlnnan. 

SihC, Pot.* «Bpported the ori^ioal motion. 

Thb Adtocat* Qkkkhal Vindicated the Droitt prrtalalof 
to the Crawo« af anthorised by aacieat practice. It had been 
the case in the war with ^pAia, where (hips were taken betev*. 
a declaration of war. llieie vevelt were condemned to tb« 
Crown, the capton having no real interest in the condemoatioa» 
A moiety of two-thirds of the prooeedi waa, however, graate4 
by the Crown at a reward for the capture. 

Afa. i. vsaitrarour tald he wai in potaeuioa of a fart wMdl 
he felt compelled, by ateoseof duly, to ttateto the Hmne. It 
nearly concerned aa Honourable Baronet, one »f iu Metnlient ,, 
whs quilted the service of the navy in UHT, ami went tn O^iciid, ' 
w here hegot a vessel and proceeded to India, .In that couitiny 
he exchanged hi» thip for a vestel called the Ktrusco, and rr« 
turned with a carRO to Europe. He went to Ireland, ai^l car* 
to Dongenets, where he run a cargo on shore, or inothrr wnrdd 
smaggied ^faud trUt of hear from tkt Oppo>tHon). His thip 
VMtaken olTDungeoen by the Brilliant frigate, and chr wa« 
condemned in the Court of Admiralty. The Captain of tha 
Brillient rreetved no reward for the capture : but in September 
I80«, SS,O0M. watbetowed, not on the captors, but on nn Offi- 
cer of the Navy who had violated the laws of hi6 country. 

8>R If. PorHAH bavii^ been thus personally oharired, vin- 
dictsted hisoondact, in having gone to India. ' It was a period 
of profound peace, and he would refer to the Journals fur lb« 
taactioa and applauie hiscoiKluct received, when In India, from 
Lord Coruwallisaod the Cwnrt of Directors. He was anxiout 
at that tiine to acquire a knowledge of his profession, and hi* 
nablic services in India mutt have brcn of a very extraordinary 
kind Indeed (a laugh), io excite this attack. He had nevei 
been a nmuggler, or been at all concerned with smugglen, 

Mb. PxiutrAi. moved hit Amendment, which wa» fur aa 
Aorount of ihe Nrtt Proceeds paid into the Court of Admiralty, 
aa Droits, liare the ittuf January 1793; and of the balance 
ttill remaining. 

Homt convenation ensued, wbca the Haute divided— the 
Anendment wat carried by Si le ST. 

On our re-admission Mr. Aliercremby pnt otThis motion, n»- 
I pectingtbe iiMrurttOns given to Lord St. Vincent, relative to 
g Portugal, till Monday. 

The Report of the Committee of latt night was brought up 
and agreed to. It respected the Bask Loan, and Bills wcr# 
ordered. — Adjuumed. 

FaiDAY, FEB. 12, 

On the motion of Mr. Calcrafl, the day appointed for ballot, 
ing for a Committee to' try the Wexford Petition, va* deferred 
from the 24ib of March lb the Tth of April. 

Um. H. MjUTtti moved for an Account of all Snau iuaed hjr 
the Paymaster-General of tlie Forces to pcnuos « ithout ar« 
count. The Hon. Oentlemen stated, that he last SesFiaa o'a- 
taiued a timilar Account, and he now wanted anutber for a fa*. 
tber period, viz. from 1805, to the 1st of January, IS&I. 

Mn. Cbahcwllok Pancsrji had no objection to the au>« 
tion, though he could not help expressing a ktroog with, that tha 
Rod. Gentleman would snggeit the matter to the Finance Com* 

The Motion wait agreed to. 

On the Motion of Mr. Eden there was ordered to be lai4 
b.'^fore the House an Account of all Neutral Ships that iiad ca« 
tcted or hern broiighi into nrilinh Ports, undl^r the Order af 
Council, of the 11th of November, describing tlic places t* 
which tbev belong, and stating, when they obtaiord pennistitia 
to proceed oa their voyages. 

Sir C. Pole moved for an Account of the Proits of the A4> 
miralty, arising from vessels, prizes, cargoes, and part of cw« 
goes; aiMl teceodly, for a similar iicrouut of such vessels, &$. 
condemned as prize in any of the Courtt of Admiralty abroad, 
or by the High Court ef Admiralty in England, since Jaoaaty, 
180?. He also moved for an account of all ships and vessels, 
cargoes, or part of cargoes, presented in the name of his Ma> 
Jes^, showing the nelt produce of such vessels, aodth*gro# 
amount of their cargoes, captured previous to the i' 
' af war; a«cardia| to the Utes't rcturdu^OidfKd. 

Jigitized by 



.TrrE NATIONAL regist.i:r. 

psn: II. 


■>, iMti PfMyiiA^e ooticr, that on Momlay be slmuld move an 
AddrcH! in bU Mi^ieitv, for ili»)>s4elir«; or exlrart or«libf>atchci, 
recmed btr iVHuMerSt tislative to 4he ratUkaiion «t' the Treaty 
arithtbo UnHH Huueti 
' Sir A. Pigrdt jBivi'.a notirc similar to that of Mr. ¥.ien, *»t a^. 
Utt of aU QTutvali bcoujcbt intil tbiACoantrjf, «r ailMcaine iato it, 
and allowetl to depart, i>i| citiuf boAtfti 

Mr. Huslci.-siHi hrmi^^ht ii(i (he Bill, rarrjlBg iMo cITeft the 
]ate Onle(» iq Cqoneil, w'lich wiu rtad a Ar^t, and ordered lo 
bi- read a svcoEid time on 1'«e>day. 

Mr. PimsonUy intimated, t)iat he tboald MMte tb« priaclplr 
•f<lhe'HtH in (Itat b(a«e. . ' 

Tke Carutc'» \'Stii')>eH$j«n Viil trtt read a tMod Htm- nU 

, The Uschcqier Biitk Regtriatteal&III tr« read a IMWI tiaie 
and |>35sed. 

Ad Arroutit ^i» |»reinttt<t(rom the Exrbeifwr of the Iiiterott 
paid (III KxclieqiK-r IMUtttar the laM three year*. 

3«veRil A«rOHiu*of JUm iii>p»nrd trW the West Indies, ex 
.'ipprted from (ireiit Uritain, audrnxwoied at home, for tbc 1»1 
• thm yeai'4, were ordrred.— Adjuarm-d till Monday. 


Cambridge, Feb. 5. — Tbelter^ Edward PearMn, rerlor 
of Rea)p»tolie, Notts, dad foraicrly FiOIov and Tutor of 
Sydney College, mas on Snaddy UMnuiMasly. elected Sla»ter 
of that society. — The lata Dr. Smith's jirixes of 1251. each, for 
ivto cumnienciux nncbclors of Arti, j^roficients in matheiRatics 
and nataml philosophy, «re tbit }e<>r attjadged la Mr. Btrk* 
ersteth, of Caius, and Mr. M. Bland, of St. John's, the tir»l 
and lernnd wranglers, — The suiyects appointed by the Vicc- 
CliancelluT for'fiir Wiu. Browne's prize in)Klal<, for the pfowit 
year, are for the epigrams, Btatut vulnere.^ — Alcaics, Finibut 
exituhum patrlh, nova regna pateiUtin, — SApphio, fcW* 

At (be Annual Mtetine of the Bath ^nd West of Enelaad 
A;:riciiUDrat Society iu Uecrmber last, Mc. Sitwell.ande (he 
following coinmusicatiiin : — " Mr. Sitweil hat fuand, that a 
disease in calveF, called the N'aoel III, or an infiammalion of 
file nnnelitring, that takes place between the first and ninth day 
Uflcr liirtli, is very prevalent in various districts^ and in every 
instiince fatal. Ilo has lieen fortunate to find a cure, which it 
as fill'xvs : — Immiillatrly on the calf being taken ill, be gives, 
in one tabic spoonful of bark.^SO drops of laudamiin, and <>ue 
wiiic-glass of poit-wiue. Kvfiry four hours he foiuenls the in- 
flamed part with marsh mallows, or rainninile fluwem. The 
Tolluwiiig inoniiiig ho ^ives, iniisw milk, two icn-spouufnH of 
'rhubarb. He lepeul's the bark, !aadatium, and wine atu'Rlit, 
uiid the rhubarb tlie foltowios morning; which bat htiherto 

discovered Robins shtiitg by tHo he«nh-»ide, -in 'lb* bock 
kitchew, and near him his wife, lying (W-the enrtwr*, bivnt ia 
a dic-Mlfnl manner, and tt»lite dead. The murderer -wm appre- 
hended, Jtud lodged in Devizes prison. 

- Siinnwrs "he wretch who murdered the two ladiev, at llod- 
dr^lnn, a few inonthv siarr, died, itis said, htit week., m Iieri> 
'ford gaol, rav<n|t'ti«td. He had, itseens, nefuiiedtw take Any 
food for sevcTct days befoFr. 


tiovcning-Slrtel, Feb. 8. 

CAptain Herkelcy, First AW-de-Camp to RencmJ Ilowvfr, 
anivi'd vesterd.-iy uiormngnt (he office of Viscount C.n«tlcrca{:h', 
OQc of his Mi'jisiy's Principal S5ecretaxie» of State, with a Dis- 
patch from the General, of which the following is a copy :— 

Stnta Cruz, nee. 27. 

My LoRn — Being in a state of preparation and readioens lo 
move a sufBrienl force against the Danish Islands In tfie^c «c.i.s 
rarsni«qa«uce«f VQur l*rdsliip's dispatch flf. the 5th of ^n^l(. 
no time was losl (after (lie arrival of his Majesty's final fij 
luands, si^ilied to me by Lord Hawkesbury's letirr of Nov. 8, 
in your Lordship'« abseiirr, by the Fawn sloop of war, which 
arrived early jin Tuesday morniuff the ISlh iibt. at Itnrbadwes), 
in embarking the troops at Barluidaek on board the men of waf 
appointed to receive them by Kear- Admiral Sir Alex . Coclirane, 
who immediately dispatchrd others to the Islan'ds to leeward to 
take on board such as were Under orders in each of them, witb 
direciious to proceed (o the general rendezvous, the whole nf 
which, except 100 rank .niid file of the 90th regiment frpm St. 
Vincent's, joined the Admiral before or soon iifier ourdrriv»l 
oft' the blaiid of St. Thomas on IheSlst inst. It wiw thfcn thought 
proper to send a summons to (Jovernor Von Scholten, in cbai;^ 
of Iliigadior-nenemI Sliiplcy and Cnpt. Fahic, conimandiog Iiis 
M^ye-ty's ship I'thalion, fo surrender the Isiaiuls of St. Tbum.i!, 
'^l. John, Jiiid ihcir deprndeucies, to (lis Kritannic. Majesty, 
^vhich he did ihe next day on terms agreed upon between hiia 
and Miuor-licneral Mailland and Cnpt. Pickiiiore, of his Ma- 
jesty's ship Ramities, which were afterwards approved of and 
ratified by Rear-Adiniral (he Hon. Sit .^lex. Cocliraneand my- 
self, a copy of v\hieb I have the honour to Inclose, and hope 
they will meet with his Majesty's approbation. . 

On the 83d, in the evening, after leaving agarrison of 300 mw 
of the 70th iTgiment, With an Officer and drl.ichment of the 
Royal Artillerv, at St. Thomas's, imder the command of Brig^ 
dier-Oelieral liia<tean, wliooi I h.-vve also directed to atsaae 
the Civil fiovenimrni nf the same, until his Majesty's pleasurf 
fs sisnificJ (hereon, we proffrdoj to Santa Criiz, the Aduiiral 
bavins previously sent his Majesty's ship Ethalion, wftb Bripi; 
ilicr-f.'eiirral Shipley .ind Captain Fahie, to summon thntisUndj 

etlVrted a cure. Mr. Sitweil sugj;cstcd, that tying a ligature I who rotunied the'^m-'xt morning, the 24th, with i letter from 
touiiO the navel string immediHicly aftt'r birth, .-iiid culiius off! the (tovi - ■. . jj-j 

the remaining part, may be in some degree a uieaus-of prcveU' 
tion, but not to be depended on " ' • 

Kifteeu thousand at'res of laud were inandatcd on the coast »f 
•Suffolk, by the high tide of the Uth alt. The dainige done to 
the building and stork is incalculable. 

• Oil of any kiad may lie purified by mixing it with an eqnal 
'qanntity of water in w'hich oak bark, or some otiier (nmiing. has 
liecu infused, agitnt;!igit violently, and applying to the liquida 

boiling beat for about a ciuarter of an hour, when the oil is to 
lie ictimmed off. — The refuse of fish-nil. from the above process, 

is used in making plaster or stucco, or in p.iiiits, puttv, *c. : Itj 
^Is likewise an excellent ingredient for blacking for Ici'ther. such 
'rcftise being insoluble iu water, and consequently resisting' 
•water. t < ^ 

Sarah Smith, the Sussex Sleeping Sytvana, otherwise called 
thf Slcrpitif Ueiitttii, has ^gain fell under the influence of 
3I*r[>hetts, at a public "fioase at Horsham, from whence s^e 
•»as removed to the poor house, where she yet rem%)ns is a 
flo^mant state. An operation has been suggested by eminent 
'<.eirtlemen of (lie Faculty, but which the uufurtunate yoonc, 
•Vrdmin has hitherto positifdy refused to iindeiso. 

A .person named Robins, a cnnsidrrnbre dairy-farmer a't| 
'Br:i|r<tra's-tiill, near Wontton- Basset, was intbedaily practice, 
''«f' di^kiiik to ere.nt excMS, and in fits of inebriety, be would 
•jsften bent 7r» w ife most cruelty, and threaten to kill her. On| 
•MMsy sc'nnight the poor woman had expressed her fears 1^ 

• fc^wontd pnt'his threats in execution, and particularly >«- . 
<t|tte*l*d orte of tlic men-servanis to >lc«'p in the house ( buttbi~i] 
.^-reiiuest, anriirtuimtcly, was not attended to, and ua one was in 
■the house that night bat Robini .-uid his wife. On Monday 
*»fniflj, at break of day, the first lalMNirer tbat fra>X1w,«ori 

_.eriior, oft'ei'ing to surrender it to his Majesty, provided 

Wo would allow three D.nnish Officers to view' on board lli« 
ships the number of troops brought against it, which we per- 
milled, that his Excellency's miliary honour might thereby iint 
l>e refifclrd on. These Officers having made their report la 
their Oovernor, returned early (he next morning, the 25th , to the 
dag ship with a message, that the fJovefnor was willing lo treat 
for the surrender of the islawl, when Mfyor-Ocneral Maitlana 
and Capt. Pickmore were ajain eent on shore to settle the tcrois 
of capitulation, a copv of which 1 also tsnnsmll ; which beiijf 
approved of by the Admiral and myself, troops were laudrd. 
and the forts and batteries "taken possession of in the name f 
his MHJestv the, King of the United Kin/jdom of Oreat Britaw 
and Iivland, a royal salute being llred on the Briiish colours 
being liolsled. . , 

I should be ungrateful in the extreme, did I not state '• y"' 
L.rdship the great and many obligalions I conceive myself, l||« 
Olficers, and soldiers to be ander lo Rear- Admiral the lion, sir 
Alex. Cochrane, the Capti\ins and OBiters of tlie Royal Sa»yt 
who have unrversaHyjnlfoydedm every comfortable acciji'in'o- 
dation in their powttx and 1 am sure much to tlieir own Incw- 
venience. . • 

tam cnnvinced Hlalhadtt b»«i nrcawafy to li»»» e"'*"!"^ 
th* exerti^His of the sea and land forces ci«Bl»y«<l W** T* 
etpcdiiiofi.tliat they wonld have added another laarsl f"" 
many .-Uready ac^fured by British valour and' discipline, 

Qupicsafibe (wo letters of summons, with the »nsjr«»#f*^ 
respective Governors, are hereby .tmuiniitt«d,togetb»>''"'«% 
r.!tum of or-; lajice, and ordnance stores, taken posseswof • 
bjth at St. '1 homns's And Saats Cruz. ^^ 

Thlsdisiiatcti wUl be presented lo votir I^irdship by '-•P"^ 
Btatrterstrf tlie Wrt in&Mtry, an wrf«Uiro« <J*«"' *" 

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•avrru; qaealioM yak nay be plcucd to a*k him ; utA I !»•;; ^ 
Inn w recoaaaet^. kiH' to ya«r I^riUliiiri iMlicr, Captain 
Ididty ii ■} first Aii-4e>Cutnp. — I have th< huoour tu be, 
4c. . . ■ • ■ IIE.NRY BOWYER. 

Ooeral aiid CommaiHicr vf the Forc«s. 
IWAateMe thnp*r»tbe Samnoiu iratby.QcoenI Bow>er 
■d Adiuirai Cocbraor, to tba Comouuidaiit of St. Tboma*, 
liik ikr Commsadaot'* irply. 

TkriwaawM tu thetio\ttiuff of Saota Croz Uoezt gltrh, 
■WJi It Borly in Ibe iBiac wordi as the SummpiM <|> t^« Cum- 
■wlut uf St. Tfiomat, 

Tlh-AniflMnf Capitulation 'are then giTCn, by «bich it it 
tefhtri, that tb«« Coloole* m«it ttnite mat^ the laaw Uiws 
ibtfKCcra the WeM India blaiidt. - The Dwiib troop* are to 
ietiitiiietti prisoners of war, aiHl conrr^ed to Europe »( rouo 
wpoBiWe.— KmiB OUT of the arfrtrs it nppeWi, tbat liwr^-ww 
>riiK|iirafy in Vera Crur.W otcrturn the Goiernmeiii. There 
■nrbj piren of onlnaiit'e of dilTrient calibre at St. Thomat'i, 
iriabo«t 134 M SaiMn Crac, bckidei gon-powdtr, cartrid{rt, 

Aioiral C«cfatwie'< «rr«aM of the « y ftV ii w Ifllow* next, 
-tt i! ia Mbsimre the sambos the letier^om (ieoenti Bonder. 
TWiliip« found ai St, Tknnai's and %«laCruz, aminiot to — 

it St. Tli«niw's— UanM, 53 ; ■ English 6 } AnhViratu 3 ; 

iMban^iwn ) i Swediih 1.— A4 81. CraU, Omt»1ii.'~ 

foaH9. , 


Aimiritlts Qfin, Feb. *, ISOe. 

A Utter tnUMmUted by Rcar-Adinirkl the lioaoanUti Sir 
^teun^r Cochrane, K. U. Commamier in Chief at the Lee- 
»arJ Iriand?, from Lieutenant Carr, cumiiianiiinj; the Attentive 
fiu-brig, itates the ca|/furc, en the 17tb Octnlier, betwern 
Tnlngn and Trtaidad, of the Soaiihh priraieer Lagger Nautra 
(am Dei Caimn. cMomnHided by Doa TkautM Diwro, 
re«ia{ forty jnceps, moautiq; two carriage goii^ M'itbiwivitit, 
mall arms &c. oxid carrying (ixty-tbree men, fnree of whum 
•newvaaded is the chare. She wttt ooty iiftrao teyt from 
tetclaaa, aaA had captured the *l««p Barriot, »f St. Viuceou 

Tiioaat Rnoo, Kiog-iireet, Norwich, coin-merchaot, to iur- 
mdrr, Feb.l5, atelcvrn,94,'attwdve,aad KlarchVS, attwclTc, 
u Coildhalt. AttoniM, Meiin. Ui»ier and Fletcher, Ua 

. .Agthoay Hyde, Brandop, SvfTnllc, Itquor-nierchant, Feb. 98, 
>tETe,t3, and March 82, at eleven, at the Oeorge Inn, Thrt- 
fcrl Aftoraiea, Mr. Fuller, BraadMi 1 aad Richard Brerti- 
ndcr, OMiMMt Pita* OMcr, Idaer Teaipt*. 

Fiaaoc Hall, Jenayo-tlrtct, St. James's, rardwainer, Feb. 
Ii. 18, aad March », at one, at Guildhall. .Vituniey, >Ir. 
Pihan-, Bntiafd's ton. 

John Salishnrjr, ItaHW, «aliiaet>«rfKr,° Feb. IS, 9ft, wl 
Uudi j«, at «ie*ca, at the Star |ol^ Exeter. Attoraies, Mr. 
Tirurr, Kieter, and Messrs. Wliliaius^ and Brooks, Liocolo'i 

(iwge Ehe, Sattm RiAsbfdi, ltottta«li«M, lM*i«r, Feb. 
1:. M, aad MweMK, •l«le«Ba, at the Swan Ina, Maasaeld 
inarain, Meawv. &•«. Hall, and Ross, New Rotvtell-court, 
W>.«lrcet ; Mr. W&niaeii, Maaslield. 

fcth CHis, F'<>ikisghai^ Uaeslft, «ir«oIlt»-Amper, FMyflt, 
i^ Md March 9S, at rteveit, a« the iltmm (■<>« Craatham. 
iemiies, Mr. Thomas WUliain Tattk, Leeds | 3Hx, CroUey 
i'olkiB-a-cnurt, Gray's Inn. 

John Brewit Alfreion, "Derby, merctr, Feb. 84, 'ft, mtd 
•brahslt, MelevM, at the Ai^l loa, A16«tOD. Ailnnrie*, 
Kr- AhaCtesey MaU, Atftetoa; aad Mcscts. Host, Uali,«lid 
kM,!iew Bofwell Goart.. 

(■•KCe Crocker, BUlf ford, Devon, ibtp-baildei, Feb. H, S5,l 
UdMhreha;, at el^^eit, at the GoMeiiLioii Inn, Barnttaple. 
Aiinnhniltteft. BMmMidjpMd Utilke, BiUtttkplei Kictaid 

Jnalrtlah^CaMiNtPJvitQjiee.^MerTfiiwif- , 

JliQiaai jiaK,^ Ear|*toCo«rt, Keosiprton. F^b. 10, 16» and 

««Kh ft, at icB, at GuildKiU. Attorbey , Hr, Alltn, Carlisle- 


.WiOtei Ball, BiBh>laae, CamotHstreet, Fek. .10, S9. aad 

"'^IL^.tW, at euiMhaU. Atturaey, Mr. X>;lor. Old- 

WJ^Batb^lMir-IttacRin, HrwA, hatters, F«fb. »,«!, 
«*MNlDi», •»tMlM,.M.GBiUh4|i. Attonrjr, Mr. Qad- 

;<<«(> MakduMi, Usiier Thamc*.4treet, cbecieauinnr, Feb. 
^|^=^««,«»rt»«, »t (NT, »t GttWlttll, Attptsiy, »fc. 


March Iff. John Jones, Caroarvoo, draper, at ten, at tiM 
Spurismau's Ian, Carnarvon. 

March li. Thomas iiishop, Little Cast-Cheap, carpenter, at 
one, at Guildhnll. 

March 6. ^t iUiam Jamy, Nornich, feUmonger, atfetu*, at 
the Whit; Hart Inn, Nurttich. 

Marsh l£. Richard Hpeacer Eeni, CannooHitreet, dryaalter, 
at twelve, at Gaildfaall. 

March 1. Ricfanrd Uerrow, PaU-Mall, frather-mnthaat, at 
twelve, at Gnildh.ill. 

April II. Henry t'taser, Nightiagale4aae, East SmithleM, 
grocer, at eleven, at (.•uildhull. t 

MonA 1. Jaaws Doxon, Mabcbesier, merehaot, at elevea, at 
the Star Ion, Mancboster. 

Marirhd. Joseph Dickenson, William Dickensoo, sen. an4 
William Dickensoa, jun. Broad-street, merchants, at twelve, WL 


ftarnet Barnctt, Sliepj>y-yard, Mioorics, denier. 

James, Ornniioa, ^ViUianl Andrews Pbelps, tmA George Wit* 

riaiiis, Fridaj -street, Cheapside, warrhnusi'mt-n. 
Ohadiah Lodjce, Keresfnrth-hill, Barntley, ViirkshiTr, dealer. 
Tbvmii Chambers, Wigtnn, Cniiibi'rl:iiid,.<hop-ki-eper. 


CroKit-Office, Fft. 13, 1808. ■ 

AcamntSHGtva'^KuTo leavb ik piiiiliamb!(t. 

Craaly p/ Ifcnr|>Bl.— Henry Cnnynghain MtmigMttrry, Biqt 
ia the room of Henry Vanj^han Brook, Esq. deceased. 
' Mw a i d Bhih, L<ttrth,Lincii]n, merchant, torarrenderMarek 
II, 1«, and S6, at eleven, at' tli? Crown and Voolparks Inrf. 
(..enth^ Attomit*, Mr. BttMier,. Gray's Ion, London ; and Mr. 
Paddison, lAiHtb. ■' J"""' 

Elizabeth GHI, and Ann Getl, 'Wlrksworth, Derby, grorrrt, 
Feh. ?6, TT, and March 80, at elr\i-n, at the Red Lion Inii, 
Wirfcsworth. Alttornics, Mr. SHreiienham, WirkswoAh ; aott 
Mesem. Kind«itlty, Long, and lore, Gray's Ina. 

Nicholas Ilnri^, and Christopher Ilird Jones, Liverpool, 
merchants, March I, 3, and S6, at twelve, at the George lun, 
Lircrpool.' Attnrnies, Meists. Lace and Ilassall, Liverpool} 
and Mr. Atklnsun, Cbaocery-lane. 

Joseph ^'ailiinglbu, Aslibonie, Derby, sadlfr, March 8, at 
twelve, 4, at ten, and ?<>. at five, at -the Anchor inn, 1.oii|;hb»- 
rough. Attornif!:, Mr. Tucker, Staples Inn, Loadoo; and Mf. 
Bttcbanao, Ashbome, Derbyshire. 

James Rsand, Sfall'ord, fortor, March. 1 , 8, and 86, aielevcp, 
irt the Pimeh ftoni, BirmirijHiam. Attnmies, Mr. Boutflowrr, 
Drvoosbire-ittifet, Qiieen's-s<iuare, London; and Mr. Holland, 

Joteph Repden artd John Renpeti, CUpham, codl-merchantSt 
Feb. 16, at eleven, 83, mxl .March S«. at ten, at (iuitdhall, 
London. Attorney, Mr. IIarman,Wlne-OHice.rourt, Kleet-strert. 

Iiri Waia, MratN-ttiact, Lambeth, iaerchwt, I'efa. IS, 
March 5, and 86, at one, at GuildhaU. Attorney, Mr. Higli. 
mnor, Bush-l^ne, Cannon-street. 

George Simpson, of Copth.ilt Chambers, London, Feb. 30, 
37, and March 86, at ten, at GuildhalL Attorney, Me>si*. 
Holmes and Lewis, Mark-lane. 

John Cole, Fore-street, stationer, Feb. 80, at one, 88, at 
twelve, and March 86, at one, at GnildJiall. Atturuty, Mr. 
Pollen, Eore-street, 

JobnCrewther, Borkisland, York, corn-dealer, Feb. 24. at 
the White Lion Inn, Halifax, March 4, and 86, at ten, at the 
Old Cock Inn, Halifax, AUuruies, Mr. Hodsun, Surrey -street. 
Strand i and Mr. ilowarth, Rippenden, Halifax. .' 

Tltaai.t| Vfoodi York, uercbanL, Feb. 19,80, and March 84, 
at eleven, at tbf tontine Inn^, Sbeffield. Attorney, Mr. Blake- 
locke, Temple, London. . 

John Maclaclilan, llarfortfrpiace, Orury-laoe, c^binrt-iaaker, 
Feb, S0,8T, and March 86^ at leo, at G«il4lialL Attoraej. 
.Mr. Sarin^n, Goldeu-sqaare. 

Caleb Witball, Fenchurch.4treet,. vareboaiekeeper, Feb. f, 
March 1, aad 86, at twelve, at. Guildhall. Auornie, Mesrs. 
Carpenter luid Baily, Basingball-rtreeU 

Theinat Hare WUIs, Lunh's-Ctnuluil-street, lincn-dra|ier, 
Feb. S^), 87, and March 86, at (urlvv, at Onijdhall. Attorgicf, 
Messrs. Belt and Brodrick, Uou-I.uie, Cheapstde. 

Jiunes Wrigley, Pilt-ttreet, Bliirkfiiars-rpad, bat-maooltt«4»«. 
rer, Feb. 80, iVUrrh 5, and S6. at twelve, at (iuitdhall. AlWI» 
Bejr, Mr. 'Ucnry Tuytor, Touk's-couri, Cuttiior-itreet. 

., — >ogle 




Margaret Luck, St. MnrCmW-GraDd, dealer, Feb. 18, 
Jfarrh B, and SO, at one,' at fSuUdhall. Attorae;, Mr. Fryett, 
.ldUbai)k-$tre«t, 'Wettmimter. 

■ ^rebJ^ Thomai Wcttlake, Plymouth-docJc, Devon, dra- 
per, at ten, at Giiildhxtl. 

, Feb. SS. Joaepb Grravet the elder, Gloacester-baildittg;}, 
Walwortb, ianir-tace-hroker, at ten, at Guildhall. 
< Marrb 14. Mattbev Maeklin, Snuthamptoo, lilMrMiitb, al 
one, at the DolpbinViDD, Soutbaniptaa. 
, dkpM Hi BAbert lUnnea, OzfanUtteet, Uaeo^draper, at 
twelve, at Guildhall. 

! M*r«b 9. Ilcarjr NtcbelMa, Biibopigatc-itreet, lUk-nercer, 
at tnelve, at Guildhall. 

I March )£. Elizabeth Kent, Bicester, Oxfbrdihire, diaper, at 
.luelve, al Giuldfaail, I^ndoo. 

March 8. John Deakin, Manchester, manufacturer, at three, 
at the Jtoyal Oak Inn, Mnnchcster. 

March 5. Hi'nry Fell, Basinghall-street, waiebooieman, at 
twelve, at Crtiildhall. 

*' March 5. Samnel Draper, Ozford-stre«t, linen-draper, at 
tirelvr, at Guildhall. 

' March S. Rol>ert Prpsted, Brick-lane, Spilalfidds, iboe- 
naker, at ten, at Gnildhalt. 

March 5. Thomas Lon^ottom, late of Holbeacb, near Leeds, 
elothiw, At one, at Guildhall. 

March S. Charles Gilbert, St. George's Fields, back-maker, 
MtcR.atGuildb.-ai. ' 

.Mareb SS. Williaa DoKbamps, Beooet StercMoa Morgan, 
RoC Pa»tT M'Xagsart, SaSallt-laae, Merchooti, at tea, at G«dld 

March 14. James Kay. John Watsnn the elder, Paul Cat- 
4erB)l, and David Aiosworth, Preston, nachins-maken, at ele- 
ven, at the liCK* of Man, Pre»ton. 

March 14. Joseph Myers, late of Whittle, cottaB<«piBaer, at 
ten, at the Lejcs of Miui, Preston. 

March 5. Vfilliam Diekouoa the elder, Thomas GoodalU 
'and Wiljiam Dickenson the yoiujger, Poultry, bankers, at 
'twelve, at GaildhaU. 


■fleor)(r leaver, Tavtstnck-place, stone-matan. 
'James PowelJ, late of Wapping-street, coffin-maker. 
•Jesse Sharp, Phceuix-street, paper-hanger. 

Snmma Slorr, late of Wisbech St. Peter's, in the Isle of Ely, 

Tbomas Herbert, Bemnrd'Street, RussrU-sqaore, merebaot. 
'Benjamin Norden, Exeter-street, grocer. 

[Tbe Gaaetle also contains Addresses to bis M^esty from 
'B<rtrick-upoB-Tweed, Kilmarnock, and Stirling,, praying his 
U^esty to coolioue the tfwti vigorous measures for the mok- 
'cBtios of tlie War: and containk a letter from Captain Chan- 
ben, of tbe Port Mabon sloop, Kiviog advice, of hli bavins 
'captored Le Fnrrt French privateer, of Havre, canyii^ K 
gftat, and 45 men.} 

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On Monday another interesting debate took place in the 
Home of Lords, on tbe motieiLof tbe Duke of Noarou 
for certain paper* illustrative of the expedition to Copeo- 
hagm. Tlwve were two novel features in tfa« diKurnion of 
that nij^ht. Marquis WsLUtaLBT, for tlie first time «nca his 
return from India, todk a tharer in the debate, and in *<•« 
elaborate speech deCendbd the conduct of Minitten oa 
the attadi on the Danish capital. As hi* argomeot*, 
howerer, proonted merely the defence vhicb ha* been so 
often repeated, it i« tina«ce i» i ry for u» to load tbe Mibject 
with luperflmns cotninentary. The other extraerdinaiy 
circumstance in ttie debate, was one of much more iin- 
portaoce ; tlie statement of the sentiment*, of l<ord Ht;T> 
e>iN*e«, whoitfiatantiistion Mndered-him matter of katnr- 
ledge •• peculiarly interesting for the dedsen of this mo- 
menton* question. A* the narralivo which he delivered of 
tbe inatructive conferencea which be held with the Exre- 
ROR of Rodi A. the one *ubsequent to the treaty of 'I'ilsit, 
the other to the arrival of intelligence respeetiog tbe bom- 
bardment of Copenhagen, form* tbe subject of tke poli- 
tical ditqukitioa m tbe 6nt ootaikM of tlm Paper, wa 
have no occasion here to extend our remark*. 

Iflte property which accrues to His Majesty from cer- 
tain «q>tare* made at aea, ha* come under the discussion 
of Parliament, as thi* property ha* hitherto been exempt 
fn>m the controul of Parliameatt a* itappeaH, that in a pro- 
tracted aMleoMplicatoi-«arlUM«b«tio which we have been 
so long iniwhed, thk property m«y riae to a very great 
amount i and atlt is a Tital principle of tbeConstitution, that 
B» jBM wi d e r ahteti i iB tibpuld remain at the ditpoaal of tbe Ex- 
erative Power, ejenpt ftom tbecMtreul of ParltaniciU,alI 
parties seem to kave Joined in approving of tbe faiqairy 
iato the amount aad applieatio* of this mcNiey, tliou^h 
•ome difference existed a* to the mode in which Jt (beiw 
take place. 

Accounts have been received of the oaptoie of tbe Dsoith 
West-India Islaadf. This, however, is not a subject of 
peculiar trimn^. They ofiered oo resistance t ni tbongh 
they may be of wna weight in the sc8l« ef ceiopentalioo 
in the event of a nqpotiation fbr peace; they are, in ibc 
meaA time, of ii^ury to as rather thaB adtaatage. The 
preient di*a*troM drcamstaaees in which onr own Wat- 
India Islaads are pheed, aiises from tiwf r«^ aecstaioas to 
our West-Jodia cultiTattoH, Hhishhne, during late yeto, 
beep made in conscqueiKe of the possesion of the teM 
Island*. More produce hat by this meaoa been raised than 
could -wen be 4t^sed oft «ii4 thepiiMi bjr te^aV'V*' 

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kuaak iO low, that Um pfawter U aot indemoified for hi> 
ttfmu,iaihu *atlbtei to deeply, that he alretdy totters 
Mtke brink of min. From the Daniih Wstuit a» dddi- 
tioMlnppiy will be poured into tioimrket, and wiU ag- 
ptratc all the exitting eviit. 

Ministen haTe settled a new plan fur the iMning of Ex- 
cbniier U'^t, hj which the commiMioa w!U be saved, a* 
veuat aaeasj accommodation nveii to the public, 'they 
in (a fee i«u«l at a.n office in the Bank, to bear 4 per cent.. 
iriiile cat I bfA tu he paid or exehaaged at one daj's no- 
iic* at the office. 

The LegishUore of Jamaica bare retoWed, that the 
CommiiiioBert of Corretpoadence he directed to initruct 
tbtir Agent to apply to nit Britaninc Majesty's Ministers, 
in the erent of a war between Great-Britain and the United 
States of America, that such meaaures may be taken as 
*ill enable the Governor and Lientenant-Govemor of that 
Uiad to mat Piccnces to vessels of the United States, 
tndiog with the articles they are now permitted to brin<^ 
to, aiM take from Jamaica, in a manner simihtr to the ex- 
iaisf liceiMed trade between his Majesty's West India do- 
iciDionsaiMl the enemies' colonies, under the provisioin of 
tif present Free Fort Law. 

By advices from Boston, dated the IMh «U. -we 
ODnot find that Mr. Rose had yet landed ; but it states 
tbat " some blunders at Norfolk had prevented him tand- 
m, till be had assurances of being received with hospita- 
iutj. These assurances have beessent flrom Waafain|ton, 
vbere Mr. Rose was expected about the 8th or 9th ulT."— 
It should seem as if some difficuUiea hqd been purposely 
thrown in the.n»y of . his landing. — ^Mr. Randolph directed 
theatteatioa of the Hoote of Representatives, on the 4th 
ak. to hiaimpeachasent of General Wilkinson, which had 
ken iled for that day, — A debate of six hours eiisubd i 
varioas melioBa vrcro made } one to reject the resolution. 
But a motion to adjvarp wga at length carried. 

Disputes of a very violent nature hav« taken place in 
Ike American Congress.^ Mr. Randolph is said to have 
MDoiuiced General Wilkinson at a Spanish pensioner. The 
CcKnl has challeuged his accuser, but the latter refuses 
tofirkt until the former has cleared his cbataeler. 

iisiMt (cam GbbnlUr of the 74h)alt. arrivaAon Thurt- 
<*;, by whkh we ieani that 1SO,0«0 Freach aad Spanish 
<n«M are on their march against that place, and that 800 
{K4oatt were destined to co-operale ra the attack. 

Wvatc accodufs from the Continent represent the king- 
teof Xapies a« in a state Of anarchy ; and thai several 
ftnons had been convicted of conspirine to overtlirow the 
Covenuoeotf and assatsiMtftKiiy Jotepli Bonaparte. .An 
Pfea attempt upon hisp«rs<m, it la added, was lalelv made 
■■(he^tea face of day, within a few uiilies of Nnplos. A 
Ptr^ of men sarronndcd bit carriage, and Ared at him 
■■••Iwirtelfeet. They were' resolutely opposed by Joseph's 
funlt, who, with the tots of fifteen men, sueceedea ia 
huttratiag the attempt of the hMailantt. 

Tbe amount of Upclaipied Dividends, on the 5th of Jan. 
art, was 9S4,M9l. it. Sd. The amount of Unclaimed Lot- 
'tj Prizes on the same day wat 1 13,2S9l. 

ITie trial of General WniTEfticaa has been 'contidncd 
during the whole ■^eck. The yijblc tibc,has been con- 
sumed in the cxavtlnatioa of witric^eif* / X j the principal 
fart of the evidence is now taken, a f^d^js more Mill 
prrta^ hring thia axtraerdiaary toaXto atennioation, 

S* st««i« was tbe weather oti exAf Bwht, th» sMar to 
•■^ the vsind so violenh, that .not-lMuf of the iniaod 
■uaihad arrived vrhen this Paper waa sut t« preti. The 
'•••Office will be kept open this day',' tat th« purpose of 
wUftotittg fte letters as this marh arrive ; they rliutt, 
■ ho^tver, be applied for at the General Post-Office. 

Siiiday morning a dnelwas fought on Danbary Common, 

■^|"c»LiputeBj|pU 0— -e »ud M— ^-n. both of the 4Sd 

^|*ttwhich vrat attended with fatal conscqueoces to the 

||<*Mr, who received a ball through the body oa tbe fir^ 

v*! aad expired oa tfcc tfe}. TIlia melancholy circam- 

stance originated in a dispute at the mesa, on the precedii^ 
evening. Lieut. M. and the seconds have absconded. , 

Happt BscArE. — On Thursday night UA, the Couqten 
of Clare returned to her bouse in Savtlle-row, about twelve 
o'clock, alter passing the evening with Lord and Lady Fit;* 
gibbon, her son and daughters shortly afler which li«r La- 
dyship retired to her apartments, which are situated in the 
back part of the house. About two o'clock, she was 
greatly alarmed liy the cracking of the rwof of the housa; 
sliordy afler ^ large stacic of. elupmias wcro biowa down 
by the high wind, which foroiid in part of the roof and tlte 
ceiling of her Ladyship's bed-room, when near a ton of 
bricks, together with the ceiling, fell in, and literally buriod 
her Ladymip. In this perilous siluatioa she remained till 
after four o'clock, when slie was released by her domertict. 
—The whole of the back rouf, tugclUer with the skylight 
of her Ladyship's back drawio^-ruuiii, are com|}lelc1y de- 
raolishea. We arc hnppy to stale that her Ladyship did 
not sustain any material injury, and was able on Friday to 
receive the v'isitt of her private friends. " , 


Wednesilay, at two o'clock, Hti MAiE^Tv held a privata 
Levee at the Queen's Palace, when the following had the 
honour (if being presented to His Majestt: 

t>irilrar¥, Worsley Holinry,«ocoiuiaf;tn liistitle, by tbrDnka 
nfPnrllann; SirHenrj V. Oarrrl, upun his reiuni from India; 
LorclJKeXb, upofl his inarriaKr t Mr. B.'il)(ur, upon his being 
nppointed a Welch Judgr, by the Lord Chnnrelhir j Uracrai 
Morray, apon his marriage, by Sir Jumes Paltney ; M.-yor- 
6eMrlil Whethain, apon hi? Ixini; appointed Lirutniant-Gover- 
iior of PnrlsimoHth ; Lnrd Henry Moore, opoa bis being ap- 
painted .loint-Master-Mabter-Graeral of Irrlnod, by Mr. Fos- 
itr f Licuienaot-Generul VilletLcs, upon his lenviiu; Knglond far 
Jamaica ; Mr. Foster, upon beiug appointed a CommiKiooer of 
the Treasury. 

His Majesty held a Privy Council, and gave audienoet 
to tl)e Cabinet Ministers. 

Thursday, about half past twelve o'clocl(, her Majestt 
and the Prmcesscs arrived at St. James's Palace, where* 
Dr9,wiBg-Houm waa held. 

The following were among the presentations to her 
Majcstv :— 

Sir n. W. Holmes,, on coming to bis title. Miss Ridcll, by 
Lady Cecilia Johnson. Lady Ulizalietb Cuffe. Mrs. M. 
HMHrr, uprn twr marriaiee. Coloael PoittMtby. I^dy G\n- 
Irrviconlielni^appoiaMd MiMressof iheRobcsin tli« Princ<4t 
<rf M aics. Mr il. I>. Uarrel, on his return from India. Lady 
Caroline Loaibe, Mr. Pethaat, on his marrianr. Admiral 
Sir II . Stanhope, on his being mnde Harone t Captain Bowles. 
Lord William Bentinck, «o his rolurn from India. General 
Murray, inh ^marriage. The Rev. Mr. Ryder, on beini; ap- 
pninlod to Uie Canonrv of Wiiid-or. The lion. Mrs. Pelharo, 
on hrr marriage, by I.ady Bradford. " Karl Grey, on sacrced* 
in;; tn his title. Mr. Meyrirk, on lii« marriage. Miss Bonteto. 
(ieneral Phipp<i, on being appointed to the command of a bat- 
talioa of the 60tb re;;iment. Mr. Walpole. The Hon. Mr. 
I^mbe, on his marriage. Captain Gardner, of the Vavy. 
Lord Kritb, on his marriage. Mr. Si. Leger, on I.' ia ap-^ 
pointed Vice-Chsmberlain to her Rojal Highness the ) ri icew 
ofWale^. Lnrd bolton, on coming to hin liile. Mrs. Murray, 
on her marriage. Mr. Simp'on. Mr. John Leslie Foster, oa 
his arrival from Ireland. Niiss flnrrirl Bouverie. Th«Rev. 
Mr. Mannen Sutton. The Rev. Ur. Bosttj. The Archbishop 
of York. Colonel Raoudeu. Lord Balgi^ney. Miss Wind- 

AaoTLS Strbet Rooms. — On Tlinrstlay evening, these 
rooms were opened on the new Establisliinen), combining 
a Theatre, with rooms for Cards, Dancing, &c. The 
Entrance Hall is elegantly decorated .« tlie walls painted in 
fresco, and dividea into compartments by Corinthitn 
PiHaw, %ith a basement in imitation of Verd antique, and 
illuminated hy a snnerb Grecian rLaiit]|r. M the upper 
end are erirotoa foldiitg doors, which open to a vestibule, 
leading to the staircase, covered with scarlet cloth, over 
which is a rich carpet with border i la j^rec.— From tliit 
we past into tha Turkish room, the floor of which ia co* 

Digitized by 


Mry, and tiegiri. Ottomam wa piMed r^und m romn- 
Ou the left df tbi* ii the Soloed, fltted i>p m a-Thevtre, 
ou« hundred feet in letigtb, wtd tappeted eqml tean} 
tiling of the kh|d in Earope, from Ht extent Miillheele'- 

-gattt propriety of it* onimin^at*. The iraib are decorated 
with the moitt daMicah tpeeuneiM of architecture, inter- 
•perted with iM$*o reJiipm taken from Telemachuf { the 
general af^etl h heightened bj gilding and other oraamenU 

■of the chastest design. At the upper end are twenty boxe*, 
lightly, and approprialety fttted up tot the Vatroneoei aud 
their friends i and at the l«w«r end is a MmII Kare, with 
brilliant scehery, whilst the taule eme/nUr, aSbrdt CTCr^ 
convenience for the numerous aad fashionable atsenlblage. 
This Meeting was by invitation, and intended fu- Colonel 

■GrevillCt frieuds { the party was laire, and the entertain- 
' ni«nt» consisted of music, s»a<;s, 8te. by Signor and 5isnora 
Miartani, and in •at musical world, Bianchi, Siboni, 
Lanza, &c. 

Paxtheow MisqcEnADc.— On Thursday evening the 
masked and motley votarie.< of pleasure, baa their carnival 
at this once ciegant Abode of Fashion. The ledaced 
price* of this specie* of cntertr.inm^t produced such a 
meUmg4 of nobility and mobility, that, we were almost 
tempted to believe, that the ballad-singers and watcboMR, 
wore really from the purlieus of (irub-street, and St. 
Giles's, though Ihcy were not the best character* at the 

'Masquerade. Fun, mirth, and hilarity Were the order of 
the evening; here were High-German doctors, without 
degrees, and quack-doctors with them i nuns without cbas- 

I tity, and Metnodist parions really fond nf the $firU^ Tery 

, few puncIiinelloKi devils, or flower-gifis, and but one toh- 

. tary Harlequin. 

It was at first mppoied'the Court oflPortugal kitendbd 
. iQ get up Tko Faces under a f/oM ; however, by particu- 
. lardesiri^ they were Induced to change it for the Hegent : 
ihe^nglith ilect next appeared with universal applause « 
''this waA followed by the I'empett, and it is expected the 
season will cle«e with Abroad and at Heme. They now in- 
tend to perform (Tu a new theatre, as the oU one, where 
'they Were only tenants at will, has been taken orer their 
heads, by a grasping manager, who has contrived to get 
possession ofmost at the country theatre* i here, however, 
as all the scenery and decorations are rem6Ted, he finds 
nothing but empty benches. 

A young orabar (of great abilities ia hi* am opiatMi) 
. having -thougbt proper in the course of his oration, to re- 
fytt -ather sever«y on Mr. Sheridan — h« isHBediately re- 
iiKed, " that notwithstandiag the s*rca*m* ottered against 
nimsHf, he should be unwifing to deny the merit of the 
infint statesman :' 'hi his attempts at fancy, (continued the 
wit) j^>ecogiiize.the*oUdity of bis judgment, and in bis ex- 
' positiqn ofucts, I am amazed at the flight* of bb imagi- 
111 I :• 

A Gentlemftn detcknting on tike tronbte* in Ireland «ome 

■time ago, in presence of ah Irishman, rather of the lower 
dsstj, attributed them chiefly to the number of pretended 
Patnots which wer6 tolerated 19 the country. — " Oh, don't; 

' beheve a word of it,, your honour," exclaimed the honest 

° Hibernian, " I know every Pa^ in t)>« Island, and damn 

'the Pat-n9t tbern'i in it." 

Mateme BonapaH* b«* ben etmpared to « BHi of Kx. 

-ckwigt, drawn "^by Barter, eMIerabd Iff <'k^ribaaerm^ and 
accepted by Bonaparte. It appear* now, she has kmg^ltrea 
nottdt aad i* at length tO be protetttdy a* the acceptor bad 

' closed businei*. on the old account, and meao* to be^ of 
a new score. '"■. . 

The fbiiowing eoiloB* anagram on Na^toteoa BoufM||^ 
90t being ge&enlly known, i* worthy notice c 

B0M rapta tv*« /-en«— whidi enrcsses, an* ft a bb> 
tcr, " you r >sral 1 Irj down the stoba f o«id*." 

. Mr. Grattan dined a few dav» benee wilii a laijgv j^aity 
of the ftpposittaniits t ^'Mi called on for a sofig, it is wM 
h« ^ave " good night aad j«y b« wi ye ait." 

tntrmr rsAWt. > . . 

As a set off to the nv^e^ ty at Covtnt- Gardra; OM Dnsr; rmr 
forwaid, 00 Thursday, Kvri^n;, with an Opera, 'iu/»vArtt, 
called, Aoi', ot Lovcin a Destrt, in whirb, whether we rrjanl 
the performers, or the numrrous cboruucs, we mayia)' ik« 
whole strength of the Route was engaged. 
DltAMAflM TBvaayM, 

Jmrl, an tmir. Father ta f,eUn: .Mr. Rayaani. 

Ahmti, anJrabtan Etier, Father taKaU.Mt. Powell-' 

Xah Mr, BrBbsa. 

Aimamtr, Pi^eM JEab.. <.......... ...vKitsI.yoa. 

Jlnuiratiy a Cirtastlan , btloved iu Jtoietlajir. Baa nl itBi.- 

Jttutti,. bn <tU SUne oftheEnrir*, .i, .. .Mr. Matlbaws. 

Salem, as Ogicet of tk» Untir, ia. X*i><> jjj. m^^^y 
aith Leila ..{ .' 

Priuee of Egypt Mr. Pntoam. 

Osuinr, ) (Mr. Smith. 

Ifttrtan, > AreifOAift, VMt. Dtgnum. 

///riS, ) fTHr. Cnokr. 

IMla ; , . ; Mffc MmsiBia. 

Ke-stHa,aGretk^k'MtmffeAfnniCtttanUt.%%aamt. Slomrf. 

AaOUWmet Mms ONdswett. 

Ttie story, for we cnrniot cdl tt a pfot, Is' tfvHently vAtK 
from a modern popalar woHt of Eastem'l^les t and has w 
little in it, really interestiog, that it was only by (he intmdM- 
tton of ftagkaatS, piroceMiiMn, cameh, and- rofib&Hlriakers, 
lostthrr with somaloojt ballads, totally aoconnccted with tke 
piefie, that it couU po'ssibly he wiredrawn tfaron^b four I1N15 acts. 

Kaiiy the hero, ii the .'iou of Aehmtd, an Arabiaa Chief, whi»6 
Tribe l« encamped near tj^e city of Cairo, and he, qf course, be- 
comes enamoured of Leila, daogliter of a Turkish or K{;yiiiiiia 
Bntir, who, •/ cnarsr, intends his /afr daughter tot SaUm, as 
old fellow, with a Iniig beard, &c. &c. ' ' 

Knli in the disguise of a Oervise, a* it Is cUled, bdt wktA 
might have passed very iretl as a Domina, a( tke MasqMCmfc, 
eooeavours to obtain an interview V Ml hfi liriared, wben-thsy 
are diseovered by Jmri, and in the eoatest Avmi stmftn Kafc. 
This, tbe latter would have avenged with U> peaiar^, tlH to- 
quested by Leila not to kill hjtr father ; he then tells Jier be eal 
DO longer associate with his military companions, and, therefore, 
will wish her good morning, and retire to tlw Desert, to lara^ 
his dishobour. All this is dobe with murb Warlike pomp, and 
the gentle Ltila is seized by a band of strapping fettows, with 
long pikes, as if, like fbe King of Brentford, ah* bad got ao 
army in- ber packet. 

As aa ass%aali*a , is nothing wfthoot a eanftdaot, Xait n 
assisted la hisiaterview by H<i—tta,ii CinasslaB slave, .stoics 
fnwi ber Cathrr't coUafe, and firflawed iaia Egym by Atmf 
ran, under the name of MarvelU—, who, it appears, keeps a 
eoAe shed. Where he retails out coffee and long; stories, to a 
number of light, airy, skipping, good hnmonred young Turks t 
all, of coarse, very natural aud very appropriate ! 

ilotetfa, to be on a par with her mistress, has not only a 
young Lo««r, but also aa oM one, JtoscJkad, with whom sbe 
underjgfi** -a very asMToas Ut»'a-4itef assisted by a spiaBiag 
wheel, whose ««*lotiaas aad aecMeats are a Uad af aeeonpa- 
nimaot to h«r soag. Those who have viwted the coaurtrias of 
tbe East, may pwbaps oaqaire haw loag it is shiee the spianiaK 
wheel has superseded the use of tbodtstaCt whilst tboae not 
convenaot with Eastem-cokloms, might naturally expect a se- 
cond editiaa of . ' 

«• Somehow, my spindle 1 mislaid."— 

Jbatran, meeting with Alnunior, the Psq^e of Kai$, b in- 
fonaed of RttUa being a slave at Cairo, be therefore at- 
(emfits to gain an interview with her in tbe disguise of a peri.^ 
patetle perfamor, nud at last discovers her comiof out •><' • 
Mosque: aphice,.by tbe bye, where the Hahumetaas arc na( 
very fond Of adttittb^ the Ladie*, at tbey {ongine that tbosiq 
wbn ha;vc an dkal*,-ha«e aotbingtodo wHh saVgioa. 

We awaaw pswsWBJ wiskaaiMv af J ji Msaa d ii as uH a ea^ 
1 j*7lag«(lsefa«iwa by alasa^IigM< whta* diaiMt voiqp, in ^ 
ugt warMiutf *Me. «elis (beta that JCais is gon»-jK> tfi^^desaft* 
whither wimJUeiia rcsalva* to fn|liMr l>im> Sbe.aet* off ot 
foot, in a dtets «luc|i, the was otd^giag eaaagkM Infiwi us| 
it a ptlgiioCs habit, and aa ber. way • .meeting wttfi jgsiufut\ 
the father of ber lover, intreats bis assistance in Iter March) 
The old nan Very kbidly asks her IMo his but, aad walks Ii 
himself, niua SMm, ^fawugb in a,vinlent harry to taUt »r bri 
Uvrr, 'Haps at tbe-doar-la give us a seogi 

Mmmmt mmi JtsKlfa baviog cici^ tagetkcr, Joia ^ Ga 

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PBB. 14. 




mns tor Mecca, tkoogfi' why itey tboald go to Mecca in ti\,e\T 
nj to Chcnria, ii left to the audieoce to flild oM. They 
WTt, M mal, whb t^ phiaderiog Aniln, by whom (hey arc 
nHiH aad lepafalcd, and Xeita airf Jhmtd sottn m^t ttir 
nw &(e:— at Ike moaent the n>M>en have seized U|iiin 
Inis, Jimtrn ilrpt In aad mnsooM her, with a jeWel worth 
BU]p iniatat, althoagh he had beea robbed aod ttripprd but 
ifnrBhiBm before. 

Kni '» oeiC leen anoo^ rocks, tpftynte* ailA blasted (reet, 
wkne he talks aiiich, and sios* more aboot tfy\o%t &c- He h 
allMliaceibyhit'flUtbfirt ^Mtmizar; and after sotte tiaie, n 
uMof lakes phK' between the two fathers, who rail at ench 
•tWrttmafha lowdialo|^e. when jnst as they are drnw^g 
Ikriririaietan.the Prince of Kgypt steps In and reconrilet them. 
'-OfBmal partfet are lent ia puiratt of the wandeiers, who %o 
Ara^ iewial (ceoM of kiit-ani-ueky !a the Desart, when n 
prttaf soldiers arrives, headed by an officer, who'teemed quite 
ni if brratb, wbibt be informed them that he was sent to brii^ 
d«itn Papa. 
<Wck as thoa|;titi j>r as a tefegrapWe dispatch, they retarn to 
Cm, wWrb Is brilliantly illuminated on tha occasion, aod, ns 
*<*! story goes, *' all -ends happfly.". , 
fcckisthe oatllae of the Opera, on which a emit eapence 
>• kmibmttetHa weaeryt jTA, bowev«T-briNiant4tai» was 
k nt neverthelcn diii|;Bsting-la thnte at all acquainted with 
^Tptiaa or De«art Luodscape. In niie scene, we- have the 
•dnaic moaat^as and larch irMs, of the Nonh-west American 
CsM ; io aaotVr, arc masses of rocks, cold enoti)(h lo repie- 
m tie icebergs of Greanlaad. 

The loMic, ia general, seemed miicb adarired, thoai^ siswie 
•fc»w friends, by their early and obsthiate encamp f^ve dis- 
tw t«the andiencp in general. A sonsr, which jilMarnn vmt 
faxrril to sia{, havinga drav» tchnttnr bttnfc «vCr hiait'setfmfd 
f* ^ati niHch amuseaMat, ibonxh AaiAii««cT riyly obaefved, 
Au hr kad never snac liefweto that butrmnent. 

VkcBteReis-so lon<;, and perhapsso wMI cslabHsbedas Mr. 
RnlnBi's, hotb for rn-cuttaa aad compositloH^ it nfij^ht scpta 
pmsoptnao* to And foalt ; yet, as there is snaietbia^ «« in- 
'Mftuvus in ncaeral between tke cadoare of the sonn as rend, 
••< ikr peases aitd atarts of bis finer tlbarishes, it nti^tM be a- 
'rtl if the authors woald set their songs to his rauiir, In^ead 
t( liit BaaabrtariBg nNisic fo« their ioags. . In hie tery tirst 
at./imy run* over the ear In u single crotchel, whilst the 
■"taaM, of one lytlahlr, has nearly at many attendant nati>s 
•xkc Priat* «f Egypt bad guards. 
Tkr Opern was given out for the neat erening, amidu the 
■'xdciaiMar at >pplau»e and bttsec 

CorKST Q4*nB». 
J^Nay evenioc pceseuied is> irith a new Comedy, in which 
*"<uso BHtch said .tbout »ac«f/vaod vi/nnalUg, that wede- 
'F<*^ina *err e&rtv' stage of itte -perfomance, of fiadlag 
"^rite one, or the other; 

OK43ldTlt raniowjM. ' 

l>rtBln,luttttt, , ...Mr. Fj^wrett. 

^draurSt. JUjp> Mr. Pop*. 

i'^namSt. jtltyt, (kUton), Mt. C. Kemble. 

<^plttmM*dtri,, Mr. LewK ' 

'•<«». Mr. Kmery. 

*"<»«, Mr. Bruoion. 

JJ"'' !*•■• CreswellJ 

•"/Tf. , Mc. iiimnMMis. 

«<»«, (Str Arthnr't niece and wari). . . .Miss Smitb, 

'J"^ Mist Norton. 

Mwa*, (itoaaetMpai* (• X.ord Bhukdale, Mrs. Davenport. 

'WProiotw.i^ost Mlemaiy delivered %y Mr. Bniatoa, 
{'■■'"*•• laat, Maaiac ArilM ariicU, and not as io geaeral 

"4t«iapon(d?*clotii«witbadeprecaUoB ef early cw- 
•»^ a teqaett to bear It eat with patience. Hanes^ John 
■NHaedtBiMsti^wst with his omd fa«4 bnaow, bMhUaa-' 
"oawasaeailyexbaastcd by the l«« iMCtval bettroeh tlw 
'™JP«*«<I Ifceoprningj anatkcrctamaMtaace, matt certalnlv 
?«cn»itHit eat, tenttd, in wme degree, t«i e«c(ted(«ipproba- 
^ The Profceaiam, or Dfnp Scene, Itke the inrisible pctf:- 
JJ*"! »rt«f rather ttM Aort, displayed the legs, aet onlv of the 
fwwjtts, bat atsk-ofa table and chain i aad a wag ia the Pit, 
™^v«ry wriaf nanaer, in which they were assembled, en- 
twllftkat wakthe/rsf ^cf of " Bcnnt OstU Cnn }" 
«.„•**"•* rttempe.rtigfitly, tndellnaitte tMeftat ofBtgttr* 
"WCtfsj or, Horn tVIU llEnit-^K Welch Bamoet, fSrJ,: 
i^Kifr^' ""P"" •» •>« greatly embarrassed by debts. »rl- 
"JT ™ tpaiieB,fi^m which he had exbected to be relieved 
•7 ■fcritlag themralth of a dccwiei brother » bat tbl» harinp 

TaasaaasaBaagaaaaaataawaiBBBasaaai-ii r ' 
b^'CB brqaeatbed to jUgtrnon, bis only ton, be suspects the ;'oung 
loaa, of havinx pr<U*i(U^'<'.b!m, usfairly, in his brother's esiefcm. 
To guard, buwcver, against the probable cunsciiuencrs of hij im- 
prudence, he cnmn down to St. Albyn Casili-^ m order tu per- 
Miade, ur even force, his niece Sclina, over whose fortune he bad 
controul, to marry his Frieni Mr. Dancers, thenephen of Lord 
filushdalt., hut a needy dtssipalrd viUnin. He nntv hinds himself 
■by a bond to bring about the m.irri.ige, anil admit Diincrs as a 
,)lartaFr in hi» copper-mines, on condition of Lord Blutidalt giv- 
ing np a bond of 16,0001. 

Algernon heing at B.".th, a letter arrives fVom bim to Sir Ar- ' 
ifAiir, in which be acknowledges bafiag been m^^rried to Sef/utr, 
somMunnth; buck ; and Sir Arthur hftviitg notified to Solace, tha. 
Superinteodant of liis ATorks, that he meant to admit Danvers as 
a partner. Solace fe^els himself so much hurt, by ttie prrviuui ln-> 
sofenccof JQflnvers, and by his subsequent attempt to injure' hiny 
in Sir ArViur't opininn, that he cuJeavouR, by persuasion, la 
prevent the partnership talking pfncC ; and is at length onwil- 
.lingly obllgol to produce a deed given him by the late ^'i> Af 
thur, who, apprehensive of his son'* extravagance aad impro- 
' per connections, involving biro in difficuUie.s, badtakeii this liiea- 
f^ure gf precaution, allowing Solace a share of the profits, and 
oomuialiug h'imas a futare partner, oi a renard for his buoest 
and itidiislrioiissupcrinteiidance. v* 

Srlina is now iibli;;eH lo leave the Casllr, and take shelter in 
the friendly Cottage of Solace; bat previoilsto tb<.>. Cicely, an' 
orphaPrPrptected, educated, and beloved by Solace^ arrtvaa' 
from a Boarding School near Bath, much in lure, bat with 
icAom does oot appear, until b«r agitation at being informed of 
.ijgfrnovi's marriage jntluce us to su.«pect (l^at be had seduced 
her. , Cicclg in despair, resolrcs to leave the cottage of her 
pru.tecfor, and onhc-i way to London, is ohligi-d, at the close of 
ilay, to ask. shelter from an old servant nf Lord BlmMaUt, 
who, imt having rooib in her otrn little haltirntinn, puts her 
into «a .nninlKibited house of his Lordship's in wJiirh he h»d 
resided, as. a plain country rqulre, pretiuits to inlieriting bis 
title. His IiOrdship sick of fashion, -high life, and place 
hunters, arrives unexpectedly, and much equivoque eai^ues, 
.which itfrnrd-i two or three instances of good st»ge ctTect. 

Vaaoere, foiled in his schemes with St. Alii/n, now waifs 
'tipun bis 'uncle, and pm|MMcs.i^e aitlinnd<''>me meaiiuree 
towards Ail /n'oid I bnt the honest Peer, disdaining to compty^ 
Danvtn threatens to dejirive him of his etiate' and thie, by 
bringing forward the lawful heir, Cupl. Modern, who bad beea 
sapposwi to be the illegititqMfl >a« of tiie late Lord. Uadtm 
having slipped julu the apartnteat daring this cpnversatiCB, 
conceals hiiuselff ,until« at a fit ppportonily, be possesses blissrtf 
of ibe Certificate of bis' niolbcr's marrifigc i and tlic sapp«ae# 
Peer, convinced of. his claim, iostanUj^ aad most jnyousiy 
resigns his title to h'im, accompanied 'by a nomber nf InKer* 
addressed ta " f.ard AiiuAdair,'' roaskiiiig of a cballe^, a 
Call nf the House, ap»lic ji iews < T patronage, &c. 

The disappoiBt«d .^wwni letirofs aad Atgenoti, who ar- 
rives fropi Bn,th, having im that day come of age, present* hit 
uncle's esta'es to his fjilier, and a reroaciliatbtif fnkMpUTce. 
Cict'g, who had set off in the miming to eoaluiae her jooniejr. 
is notv brought back. In consequence of «n afllrfed reowrd, and 
Seliia confesses that her marringe <(-ith Algemm was a hoaa^ 
in order to avoid the union #ith J9<irrrr, wben CIctbi H latm^ 
duced and united to her lover, l^fiaa then he«t«ws her haod a« 
the true Lord BImktMe, natf the piece coociades '"Mi nbnjit 
that the audience will enable the author to say, "^ ti«gn(ie.doil 

Siich is the outline of a piece, Which ctfrtalfily had a .TBr|r 
(htr trial, and which evidcnrry escaped 'some hisses hi tbetsne 
first acts, from the respect of the audfenCr for the p it i fu l liw j^ 
*hC awet centUy, ia fMwml, dW at^ry iWffg p<uwili|e-fcr ill 

An lipilegtMC, cmiiainiag tone |;ood peiafs. yto* ncU spnjt^ 
by Miia 9mitb | butaa it |Iso ciitvtaincd nsany apologies fur ipiyi 
tatlo^, weanattaotbcloo^vereoa tbejiuilior, fur uaqtof or(< 
gioality.r— In, some Darts, the pie^e bears resciablnnce to Anntt^ 
or tke Ifeitji Uelrtes. Herbert, the "father, is personified by 
Sir Arthnr, fini the love t>t Solace, fur the orphan, is evident!^ 
the eouiUerpart of fl ilktruoit and Annn Mantel, it may appcv 
invidious to trace imitation mueh farther, but we moAncverth^-* 
less coaftfs, that all the Itustle and incident, of which there i" /k 
taflcieqpy iq tbeffvo ia»t a^K, t>3s often ajipe.%red hcror^; but 
it Is indeed fulUe now (u expect originvlitji ui thij rrspc<-t, at 
every petaible incident thtit can be pro&arcd U\ screrno, suf^, 
irapdoun, nod -cbiouiey corners, has been already broiy^bt iii(^ 

'ihcre are some parts wbicb broa^ht down we!i-Jc?eiT|rf 
plaudits, ptrticvlarly in the scoae h here 'C'ricy Ta S>t«i», la 




FEB. H, 

€lefence of his honrtty, after fome jeTcre taools from fir jirthur^^ 
produced the deed, eicrofed in his favour by the Inte Baronet ; 
Sir Arthur Y^ay'raji hiiuglitilv _demandt:d, ** Why was not thik 
produced before?" he emp'bati<^lly relortt, .''Why woj ll 
produced now V — 'Wennnnt avoid notlein{ the qwiint attempts 
at wit, which often degmernted into puns, vtmfof which, we 
hape, the public will be excused front liitenh^ to in future; 
particularly where Leww, in Modem, expreutt his dislilte for 
novob; as arising from his love of n«tie/(j); nnd also where 
Solace tallcs of having got tipsy, and being liable to a fine, for 
moving Wine, without a Permit, ^beyoad the quantity allowed 
by the Excise. 

It also deserves notice, that Mgtrnon, the hero of the piece, 
did not appear, until the last Act ; this, perhaps, was in imi- 
tation of 7'«reace, In his " Fair Audrian," wnere Glycerium 
the Heroine, i* never tcfrn, hut is /leard, by the audience awt 
the old fathers, crying «ti< for assistance, on a very Interesting 
occasion, to Judo Ladm, the patroness of ladles iu the 

To analyse each Actor's exertiom, would be beyond our 
limitF, and where all did well, to notice one or two might ap< 
pear invidiimi; but it is not ntaf i prop** to obterve, that 
Ali»s Smith's character will, perhaps, be better liked, when 
the plot is undeittoed, as on ilktjint representation it appeared 
rather disgusting to see the supposed fVift of AlgtrnQti, co- 
<(uctting with Capt, Koisrv, and (uffering blm to kilt her 
hand, &C. 

There was another actress, whose general mode of acting 
aod evident efibrts to please, ought always to screen her from 
illiberal censure « but we hope she will not be oflSmded at a 
friendly bint, that, although a fremient extension and eren 
violent action of the arms, may be alUwable ia tragedy, yet it 
|« ra(bcr«nnatural in the simple Country Girl, theprofif /e of 
«C«itt«ge, aotwilhstandiiig she wo* Just come from a Boarding 

Upon ithe- whole, onr general opiaion Is In favoiv of this 

J)iece, yet Are strongly recomiuend much curtailment, jlarticn- 
arly in tlie-tw^ first Acts, vhere the action seems to haqg very 
much ; anS .nisa in the common-place puns, and leiktimeiKal 
clap-ln\|>f.: 'olhiTwIte the authors attempt at wit, upon the 
Parli&ineiitar}' Debates may be turned upon himself; and we 
may he tempted to congratulate, ourselves, " that although 
(greed «« Aear, it is fortunate that we are not oblijged /• rcatf." 


' paBiB.-^Tunday the Lord Mayor ordered the price of 
tread to remain the same as last week, vis. Ild(. the qnaitera 
jMf <f whettes, ad lOd.. hoasehold. 


. Ho arc hdppy to aAOMioce the re-opentpg of this truly patrio- 
tic aod niefiil Institatioa, for its original purpose, under a most 
brilliatt Patrvsafe, and with a brilliant display of British 
taste ilid 'Kcnlui. Oar limits will not allow us to notice every 
w«rk af owdlenoe t we shali, hotrerer, from time to time, pre- 
■•atafcw toonr Readeis» withobwrrations, in which it shall 
he onr study, thBt«Bad«tirsbaU walk baud in hand with the ne- 
ceaary vvatftj nf critical censure. The Paintings of this year, 
•mouotiaK-lo 400, are, in geoernl, landscapes, with the usual 
Ufftaklihg «f sc«,ud tolty pipeitt the historical specimens 
ftn but fiswt and weoever reerilMt at any (bimer Exhibition 
saah a number of eanil*4icht Mtt}«cts. 

'lfo.93.-^Ar«ul<rmtMf/t-»mM*r«iMr, J. F. Ricaud.R.A. 
At the most Remarkable trait in the character of Hercules was 
his itreo<tth, nnd the most Interesting incidents to hit poetical 
life, ^rose from hh almost miraculous exercise of it, we are ra- 
'ther surprised that the artht should have choMn to represent 
him In a state of repose— ft ^ as unnatural at reprtsentlng a 
war-burse A^Trept "'' *■ frozen catarach. In this rompntitinn, 
cootWiIng only uf Hercules nnd his Clith, the pyfjunldal outline, 
and the anatumiral filling up, are well preserved, yet there is a 
cold sameness of colonrtng, like a work done in bistre, which 
though it produces relief, yet, from the want of contrast in the 
tlghfi and shade!, preteolt to the mind the idea ofabronie batto 
rtffsvo, rather than a painting. In other respects, the expres- 
itoa of the countenance, and tb^ lassitude and relaxation of the 
Musdes, admirably denote a state of repo«e,' whilst the fore- 
•ihorteniBg of the right ibigh shews an intimate acquaintqnce 
With anatomical perspective. - 

No. 224.— Sca-St'TW— S»n-Set. J. PotocK. 
The well'camed fame of Mr. Pocock, as a Marine Painttrn 
will always indocf ip to turn to his perfoifMisces, with analiuMt 
certainty ofgratttcatioo, and in thb eifort of his pencil wewcia 
not disappointed. The surf, breaking on the botch seems evi- 
dently copied from nature, and not as we are often forced to wit* 
ness it, as if the Artist bad formed bis ideas from a storm is a 
washing-tub ! — The effect produced by the S^ttiog-8un, givti a 
pleasloc glow to the fure'^ftrpond, and marks that (brquered sb- 
scurity in the dislMce, so characteristic of an eveninggalc.trhea 
the ansiotis Mariner watches the declining Sun, doomed, pct- 
haps, lo see liim rise no more. 

With nich acknowledged skill as Mr. Pocock possesses is this 
line of painting, we raiutot hut feel regret when be turns bis at> 
leution with kiu effect to other subjects. This ohsei^atioi >t 
drawn from us by- No. So!: — A Landteape and Aomtjltf — ia 
whiofa there is a tame, uninterestingaccuracy of outline, rendered 
even moie displeasing by an affected contrast in the colourin;. 
The distant mountains hsive a darkness of parple which aaty'* 
never glsKs, whilst the trnes aad rocks in the forf-groundt, «r« 
marked with a general smoothness and equality of browsiih 
tint, that destroy the effects, and is by no weans consonant t» 
arial f t p n t tlve. 

Ho. AHU'-wOMltiMr AiaiHng F*rt^iatimt f Barm, it 
8. Gii.ri». R. A. 
A* a Cattle Painter, Mr. Gilpin has oflen gained the need 
of applaaseat former exhtbitions, aM in this piece, his H«n» 
are certainly wail grouped, and miritedly executed as Utrm t 
but were it not for the Cgvre of Gulliver (n a corner tracing oat 
a suture ndouhi oo the land, they might pass for English 
horses in a Park, as nMKh as for the Houhnhyms of Swift.— 
Thene b so«ethiiig so hisarre, aod beyond nature, in the ori- 
ginal idea, that wecanaltwdonly to the satire eoutaioed in it» 
we are Mt ■srpri s ad, theicfote, if Mr. Gilpin has failed ia his 
attempt to embndy mi idea on enovas, to wbicb the nott 
luMriant fancy cannot give persenttcatioa, and where the es- 
prsssion of wonder or delight might as well arise front th» 
sight of a good feed of corn, as from all the horn works and 
huf-mootts of a Pleydell, or a Vaabaa. 

We looked round with anxious expectation for some tpecimnu. 
of Vceehey's pencil, bnt were rather disappointed at finoiag odI^ 
some pretty little Londscape*, with the exceptinn of a Monk t 
Head, No. 389. In this there Is much character and explo- 
sion : the mixed tone of religious Hope nnd R<->igt»tioB i* well 
marked, the lights are nell matwged to aid the gieneral effect. 
aod there is nothing of that stifiaets which might be ciptctel 
from a pencil so macb acoutoUKd lo Portrait painting. 

We snail be happy lo a fuuue Number, tn notice the nnme- 
rous efforts of Miss Spilsbury's pencil, together with WettoU, 
Thomson, Drammond, and a long elrelrra. 



Fridav the Opera House disputes were again submitted I* 
the <o«sUleratioa of the Lord Chancellor, and an appliostisit- 
was made to enforce the late award of the Marquis of UcadCbrt 
aod Mr. Ogilvy, sultjectto thetemperageof the Dulie. of Bed- 
ford. The ease was stated at great length by Messrs. Fmi- 
blanque, Hart, and Johatea, aiM the old topics of C.-italnBi'i 
enormous salary, the dlKharge of the Treasurer and Sub-Trea- 
surer, and the misapplicatioo of the funds on the part of Mr. 
Taylor, were ag^o Urged | when the Cliaocellnr obiterved, that 
hs would hear the other side next week. In the course of the 
liincredings hu Lophip also observed, that it waspextkinto 
madness to submit the di«pute« in qnestion lo the Court. He 
roidd do nothing unices all the parties were before him, and h 
that case it would probably involve the concern in utter rain. 



William Tucker was breughl up from Exeter to plead to ai 
indictment, charging him with feloniously aod fraodulcuil.' 
cutting offa stamp from one piece of paper that had served id 
purpose, and affixing it to another, whereon the contenu bac 
not been executed, tvith a view to defraud the Revenue.— Tl« 
defendant pleaded Not Guilty.— The trial was fixed for the ncx 
Devn Assines, and, in t)>e mean time, the dc&udaat sun-i 

RKW RtlbE or COURT. 

Lord Cllenborongh said, that in constqocnce of the abs-*e 
which bad £rcraUed is Actions ofJ|i(»«er, ()ie Court badoiH 

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i^^wmomi, mai^i^TERr^ 


loiniolatioa, on aconfrrriKe with the Judges of the othe 
Cttil!, talav dowo a >rw rule with respect to holding bail in 
iiciMKor Trover I tkey therefore Wert of opinion, and made 
hankMrordiog]),'' fb«t no person ;honld be held to bail in an 
ArtiMofTrorer, uithout an order for that purpotc from oa* 
«rtkeJld{aDftbe Court. 


Roac,— TkeCHttrBjiKoM, and Mr. Jnatice RtAta. 

BtftteMii* Thursday, March 3, Hertford. 

bwi Mooda>, 7, Chelmsford. 

KMt. M«nda}', 14,- Maid)t6ne. 

Umt Mondny, SI, H«TBham. 

hrry Ttranday, 84, KiogHt»(. ■ 

Xmtolc. — Lord ELLtNBOROVOB aod Mr.^.fos{ice Gkose. 
Bicliiai!baa(hire....$atarday, March 5« Aylesbu^. 

Bedftrdikire TItursday, 10, Bedford^ 

RntMcdapshire.... Saturday, 13, Huatincdon. 

Uabridgnblre Tiicsdav, 13, Cambridge. 

Vwfolk.... „.Satordav, 19, thctford. 

tafolk.... Thunda'y, S4, Bury St. £dinuod*>. 

OaroBD.— Mr. Joitke Cbahbhb and Barm <4aASAK. 
M<hire Monday, March 7, Itrsdiqg. . 

9, Oxford 
\% Worcester. 
18, City of M'oroester. 
16, RInacevlen 
IB, City of Gluuceiter. 
lOv Manaoull^. 
88. Ilcrefurd. 
88, Rhrewibury. 
80, Stafford. 

Oifordshire 'Wednesday, 

W«rtttt«T»Mre. . . . ; .Baturdny, 
Citj of Worcester . .Samp daj , 

Hnnitefshire Wednesday, 

QlT of Rloneetter. . . 8.-a*e day, 
MaaMtbihiie ..... Sattirday , 

Ilorfndshire. Tuesday, 

ttn^re Satardart 

tatwdibire. Wednesday, 

XfDiiwD. — Sir June* Af J^irspict.vand Rama Weott. 

Kotkanpton Saturday, March 5, Tiorlh.-taipton. 

UAmi Friday, 11, Oakham. 

LiaconiMTr Saturday, 19, Lincoln. 

nn of Unrein Same d.iy, 19, City of Mncola. 

N'«tt!iigkam«(>if« .... Friday, 18, S'liKinshiiia. 

To»iiSf Notttng^iam Town of Nollliigliam. 

Dofc.rAire Wedaesdny^ 83, Orrhyshirc. 

I'icMrr Mondnv, " 88, ra«iJe Leicester. ' 

••w' of l,eici-«ler . . . Same day, Boro' of Leicester, 

Ci!y»fC«»rolry Fridav, .^prll 1, City of Corentrj. 

Vtraickikire Satunlay, S, Warwick. 


H»«otrto, Feb. 9. — Letters received from the Amethyst, 

l'ps^ Capt. Sr.viaear, dated at sea some days iioct, state her 

^iB well at tiuit period, and that a day after he bad parted 

*£*ratd, 3$«ntnf, Capt. .Maitlaml, he" fell la with L'lreor, 

"t<a,aad Etballou, Kreoch frigale.c, which bad escaped from 

^Jfiloes, appareatly full of troops, and kept in liicht of them 

''■is days, in hopes cf failing in with one or other of our 

•oittTj, wbea lie would immediately hare attacked them. On 

**8d«lglit rapt. S. lost them, and the dav aftertvariis bad 

'^taoititealfoo la fall In with the Shannon^ S6 guns, Capt. 

fakf, whk-h sUTlved Iiere la»t Sunday. Had not the French 

pi|lles altered their course, thrrcis no doubt, from the «ell- 

»*|»s gallantry of Capt. Seymoor, awl Capt. Blake, with their 

ki"?*"' ship'* rotnpaoy, but they Mronld haw bnnigbt them 

Mts iato this port as prizes. 

lAaoari:, Fca. W.— La«t nipht and this «lay It has blown a 
IwfrwB the North Wert. Thesehnoner Ijiry and .llida, Cap- 
tuCassaiags, froas the Cosetof Africa, for Loodon, was driv- 
• •a shore in Marsh Bay. A.brig srith yellow sides, in ballast, 
•»4ri»ea sashorr oenr Kiags^tr. A gua-brlg is ridiig verv 
fliae io-skore, with her main-mast gone, ajid it is fearrd still 
^k«Ulo» water. A ship, suppoted to bean American, is 
Wo? la WeslgatC Bay, with only her Standing. Ano- 
Uifcikipiiabo Ivin^there, enlirelv dismasted. 

«^E^^ Tkh. is.— Sailed through the Ouwusthe LonI NTehon 
ualadiamaa, for Portsmouth. All this day it has Wowo a 
Weof «iadrroin the northward, attended "iih snoir. Most of 
"f^'iil-bound vessels in the Doivns h.ivc parted from their 
otla,aaii gnar to the westward. Two vftels an- riding in the 
"•oaiduaiasted < one of them a lran»!>ort, No. 3aiorB34. 

theeldestdaughter of thelate Eai>l» who, on the demiiic of her 
mother, became Cotwteu of Orkney. By this Lady he hud no 
Children. His Lordship was celebrated rather as a tun vivatil 
thanafhshionable, and for many years had the reputation nf 
being a fix iottfe man. For many years he had a seat in tho 
Brillth House of Commons, as well after as before his acces- 
sion to the Irish Earldom of Incblquin. Abopt the year lt$4, 
he was married (his first Lady being dead several years) to Alls* 
Palmer, the amiable and accomplished neice of Sir Joshua Rry> 
•olds, the bulk of whose fortune she inherited : Mr. Burke act- 
ed as father to the bride. In 1804, he was created Marquis nf 
Theaond in Ireland, and shortly after made a Peer of th« 
United R ingdon^ by the title of Baron Thomond. His [^rdshi|» 
was in his 85th year, and to his last hour enjoyed a most envia- 
blestateofliralth. His Irish titles and estates, which are con- 
siderable, tiescent), we beHeve, to Captain O'Brien, a very 
near-relative. By his Lordship's demise, an asure ribbon, of 
th* Order of St. Patrick, tails to the disposal of 'Ministers. 

A Coroner's Inquest was on Thursday held on the body oftho 
decetised, when it appeared in evidence that his Lordship met 
hisdeatlibyaMlffoiBhis horse, while taming tbe comer of 
Groavcoor-sqisare. Hefell apoo bis bead> and a great effinlotf 
of blood immediately took place. His Lordship's groom rod* 
up to the assistance of his master, who laid hoM of his hand, and 
ghw^ing it Krmly, criodont— '• Winiam, William." Tbeso 
were the only words he altered after hii fiiU. He was taken to 
theliOBse of Lord Sydney, where be expired in a few minutes; 
As his Lordship fell, a cart came up, the wheels of which went 
over his legs i but it vras proved that this did not produce hif 
death. Coroaer's verdict-~ytfcc{den(a2 Death. 



^^^ faaost ancirntand reiipect:ihle Irl^h Family. He was 
»Me»andkeirtotbe late EaH oflorhlovin, whose title he 
•"'"■WTjeam. «o|eiyaiap»^l7M, baawniedAUry, 


FlllK.<— The fire virhich broke out at Mr. Nichols's Printings 
oiSce, Bed-lio]i-pasuge, Fleet^lrcet, broke out at ten oa Mon- 
day night, and coatioued burning until four the next noming.— • 
Tliere if no certainty as to the manner io a hich it origiMted, 
more thau that it is generally supposed to . have begun fk-om a 
snuiT of a caudle having been dropped in the ware-room. Tha 
whole of that very extensive concern is coosumed, and valuably 
works that have be<!n nccumulntin;^ fof many years have been 
entirely lust. It issaid that Messrs. Nichols nod Son were in-- 
sured to a considerable amount, but by no means equal to c<ivcr 
their loss. There is a remarkable circumstance related, wbicli 
is as follows : — A servant girl was in the kitchen, alnoel sufib— 
cated with thesmofce, aad uiable, through terror and depriva-> 
tioa of breath, to move ( a firemaii discovered it, broke open 
the wiudow, and at the risk of hit own life saved the girl's. 

The weli-knowo character James George Scmple Lisle, com- 
monly called Major Semplc, has again been apprehended for 
having, under false pretrnccf, obtained money Trum Mary Bur- 
roughs, who some time Bgd advertised in one of the Dnily Pa- 
pers for • sitaatlon, as a nursery-maiil ; the Major had in con- 
teqoence thereof .applied to her, infonning her that his nam* 
was George Smith, F.sq. of Ruehampton, and that he was 
in wont of a servant of her dcscriptitm s tikis being the case ' 
she readily accepted of hisodfr; it «ns agreed upon, that io 
thecourseof a day or two he shotild call upon her,' ami inform' 
her w hen she might go down to his residence. The Major, wli«n 
nbout to leave ner, said, thut he nnfortunately hail left hts' 
purse at home, and, as he wonld see hershortly, reque<ted tbo 
limn of a few shillings, but she having no silver, oB'crcdbima 
even shllliB^ piece, which he took, laitbfully promiriiig to re« 
turn it her at the next meeting, since which she had never heard 
fi-om him, or seen him, till the day of his apprefacosina, aad 
then met him in St. Jamr>'s-street, from whence she watched 
him to hisaixide, and had him avpfBheaded, The Complttiii- 
ant, however, not appearing to substantiate the charge, tb* 
Major was dismissed. 


On the llth imtant, at St. Andrew's, Iloibom, Mr. Charlet 
Conti!', of NrVt-street-squere, tp Miss Isabella Langford, of 
Wandsworth, Surrev. 


Snddeoiy, On the Sd of February, at Basfenthwmite Hawet. 
near Keswick, Camberland, Mr. Joseph Bell, at an advaorod 
a(;c — hi* remalm '^ere interred in Bassenthwalte church-yard, 
attended by two sons and a daughter, a considerable eoncours* 
of people from I be sarroundt.-ig viilai;C!, assembled to pay t^ 
la«t tribute of respect to one who nlisijs rraldid miHUit ibMla 
and always had been di<tiiiguishrd, not lei:s by tlie prarticf w 
domestic and social virtues, than hV the constant exerciio ojfMl 
benevolence and well-directed ■ckaHtf. - - ■ •* 

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TntptXt Feb- 12. — This day .there" wfre mdny trtsb 
»rrival« of Barley aai Oats. Tic ^tmbtr was su very upfa- 
Yoarable, tbftt there were acarcely wiy bit) ere of griuual maiket 
4a-diiy, and the trade foif all desrriptioiu » a» »«;■> dulll Itarle^ 
•nd Oats rather lover. I{ciu}> seed is cpiiiidcralil^ advouccd- 

JVhet - 4» a 60 

Fine ditto - - • • 73 a 79 

lty« (New) 46 a 5» 

B«r|ey ------ 41 a 47 

JUU(N«W)- P8a 76 

WhUei'etisttoilen I&4 a 144 

Grey Pew - - -. - 60 a 65 

9e«M - 60 a e? 

T«eK«M*»(014) T 58 a 5^ 

gate - . - . - ♦ - ,31 « «>. 

Potvtd ditto . .40fc 41 


Fur Flour - - - - . 58 » B3 

Seoondi; — - - -■ 43 * 48 

wbp»* „,.... 6a« to 

FinedtUo. <8 • 7a 

Rye (New) .- 46 •. bi 

Uarley • - - -.t- - 48 • 48 

Malt (^'e^l^) -. - 60 » t8 

Wllit)^Peits,bqiltn 136 a 164 

Cirey Eeiu - 
iiran -, ■ 
Tick ditto, 
0*t» - J 

Puland ditto - 
Rapeaced £9^1 
Fine Flotir - - ■ 
8«r«»il» . - - 

- 60a 

- -f T 68 a 

p - , - 64 » 

33 «. 

- S5 a 


- 50 a 






RetiiroqfVr'lieat, including from JftniisrySS to Jao 
Total, ^,885 fuarters, frym tStJts. to Dp.- — ^-vccfSe 7(s. 
III. 5id. higher than last rfturq. . . , 

Jaai|uu-y 30, 
?d. v 

Id Great-lA'itain, for the Week'flodii^' libruary 6. 


W%rat • 

Bartey - 

!. a. 

- 69 
• 46 10 

- 38 « 
.' 89 6 

Beans '-'"- - - - <Sft 

{Vat •-•'.-- 73 9 

OntmMl > • • - 43 II 

I«^ - . : •. . 


J' m A jy . * 

4. s. 

St. JameaV, Hay - ■? - 4 10 

Straw ---88 

WTIift'chaprt.Ray - . -\ 4 

Clorer , - - .fi 

' Straw ---116 

Smitbfield, Hay -' - - 4 10 

Cloyor - -9 5 

Stra>V ---28 

d.' £. >. d. sC. ft 

a 5 IS OAveniceS 4 

b a 6 8 
at J) 
a 3 
a5 ID 
d ii 8 



If fo 
8 I 

^ ^0 

2 ? 


Beef - 
Vtail - 
Pork - 

s. d. 

I. d. 

8«S 4 

MolfDAr.'— Beast*. 




SBWAATB & ^EApB>tH4(.I. 

Friday. — ^^-B«asls, 


.0eff . — ^;-".|;3;;6;a 4 

Mtttion ----- 3. 6 ji.4 
Veal ..-.-- 5 Oa 7 
Pork ...•>.--0 0^4 

tanib - i -■-•»■• i"0 OaO I 
Latibs, - 1S,800 

650 Sheep aiidlinabs, -' -' $,400 

- T80_- — Piy '- -■ r'- ■-" ■-■ ■-■-■- 4«5 

Beast*. «,|00 — >-8heep and 1 
C»]ves, - ioo Pigs -•- •• 

«XBBlI)KiB.**ORy lK*l»liCTOR*81H;TURX, Feb. 11. 





*. 1 


a 80 



a 8 


Oat», per (jr. 
ItraiK^, do. 

Peas aC.8 IHs. a ^.3 S<. per i|U;irtef. 

- 1 18 « * 

- a 16 a '3 

Compatedfrom tbe relnrni imdefbr-tb^ Week mdin; the lOth 
•f Febnitiry, 1888, 'n £.\ lis; 74d. per cwt. iwelwlvc of the 
l>uty of CustoOK pnld or'puyaMe thrrcon on the Importation 
fhereof into (irehl Rrit.aiD. 

Kent - ; 
Sasi^e X • 
Kfjex » 

£. s. £. f. 1 rocHBTs. 
4 15 a « Kent - - 
S- a 5 10 Sii«jet - 
^ a 5 10 I Farobam 

£. J. £. «. 

- 4 1.4 a 7 

- 5 a 6 

- 7 a 9 jO 


MowBAY,' Tr.n. 8.— Benton, 54s. 6d. ; Bijgs BfesI '6d.> Brv- 
nn'i 55i. ; j>ontop 53 ; EHiiioh 5Ss. ( W«lker'S&. ; L^viaaio 
51i. i Witll's E»d (Brlls), 5^. ; Wall's Eod (TenmieW 
i8». J TVairii End (Ruisall'j), SJJs. 6d. ' 

88 Ships at Market, .til •oU,'35 sailed 60 loa^^. 

AV'EDNEiiDAY, FRB.IO^-Ad^irs, Sfla. 6d( Bim'*y Sil». 6i. ( 
Cowper, 47«. 6d. ; (iatesbead, 54s, 6(1. t EUUmi, A69. v ilartlev, 
47>. ( Heatoo, 5Ts. 6d. ; Hebburv, 56s. 3d. ; Unly nTH. S4». M. s 
llawkswonb, 55s. « Alurton, ^.; P«i«y, 67*. <M. « RMriep. 
58*. : .Tailfieia,<U!>. ; Neubaltlr,6>).6d. ; Wall'* Ik9d,«^«l.| 
Will's End (Tctap)e»)k,5«f.; Willucteu. 57ii.6d.; W«(tk>jr 
54s. J Wylam, 5h. 6d.- ■ • • 1 

44 Ships at Market, 48 sold, 86 (ailed. ' 

FniBAv-, Ftn. 18.— l(f-yaiis,^s. 6d. ; Bk(r>i5l<>.: T)mtoi, 
»g». 3d.: Croft's, .Ms. 3d. ; Kie&lon, 54s; Vm^ ; Klli^uA'li,^4•. t , 
Hartley i8: ri<«tM,58s.s Mwrtok47t.t boiyneil,^. 3d.( 
KMrluvwrtiifM*.} KejthM^'fit*. ^r I'MKnp, S<s. « ttmsi 
57s. Od.; Lemiaetnn, J8s. ( .>iheri«hUI,53s. M. « » « rt l«H» J il.| 
Team, .Ws. Cd. 1 TowuU-y.Ms. 94. j Walls End,58s. » Wjlam, 
55t.f Itiium Moor, 51s. ; Kdrn, 54s. 6d. ; Priinfi>w,^.6d. 

70- Ships at Miirhet. 59 sold, 15 sailed. 40 load.-d. 


s. d. . s. d. s. d. s d. 

e Town Tallaw 00 • 75 * 74' tfT*" « 

White, d«. - - 00 a to <> 

e' Soap, --..70 OaTt" 

f!r«;\e 00 Oal<C 

CiomI Drrp - 00 O a 18 

SiKir 39 Oa60 

SnBpVycUo»'>-«0^' ft a 90 

> mouled 00 alOO 

curd - - 06 alio 

Candles, p.dnz^tX) O a 18 
imiuMtdo. 00 a IS 

Tallow at St. 3ame>-f, 4s. »d. Clare, 4s. 5d. and Whiteeiapri, 
4«. 44(1. — Avempe 4s. 5i1. per «t«ne of 81b. 

^^^^^ " ■ " ' fl" !' " " Ti I ■ II . I, ' II I 



Baok Stork 

3 per Cent. Coosot . . . 

3 per Cent. Redaotd.. 

4 per C«nt. Consul. . . 
ft per Ceat. Navy Abb. 
ftV'fCeul. 1797. «,.. 
Baak (.ou|^ Annuities 
Imp. 3 per Ct. Ann. ,; 
Do. Ann. for 86 Yeai* 

trhib frpcr Cleat. . 
iwlifi Stock. ..... 
In.' Bonds ....... 

South Sea Stork . . 
jejtcb. BilLsSia. . 
iJbtlery Tickets... 

City lio 


Consols fot t>ptnin; 







A'si • 




•64 i 

7j 11-16 


£l 14.«; Ul 14f. 

,1 dit. 




18 3-16* 

m i 

1j 11-16 
^, Idis. 

£• I4.«. 



(iSi i 

m i 



I, 8 dis. 

9di?. I pn» 
£1 14* 


Fi'idajf. Satnrdoji 

634 i 





i 11-10 

a, 3 dis. 

£1 14s. 






Amstrrdain 35 
])o.«t tURhiM 
tiotierdani II 
llamfaurffHi 34 
Altona ....34 
Paris, I day's 
date .... 83 

Do 83 

BMrdeaux . 83 
JladrM . . . 
Cadiz .... 

7 8 U. 

8 8 U. 
4 84t'. 
6 84L'. 


10 8 U 



Aein of Bank on llnllai 


HUbos . 
(irnna . . 
Vooicc . 
Maples . 
Oporto . 
UttUin . 
(lork . . . 



. Sti ioeSCed, 




. JOjperCt. 

N. DoK.'is.Sd. p. o"' 
nd .5^ iwr Cent. ' _ 

MAlLb — .>ATtlH0.1Y. 


P 2 dis. 
£-, 14s. 



Dublin .... 
Walerford . 
f iurrn«e> . . . 






II. i: f. /•■i-«(( ve, llrokrn !:*» ••««*'" 

edaadPiiblisbedby andfor J. B. BELL and J. DE CAMP, at t6« Afficr of l.t lUau .ttwi/e : or, l.iurttrs'i* J'*>*'"^ 
tU» M*g**i»tt K«. 11^ {..'i^tticruw-Ureel^' Sira|Kl ; aud mav be bad aS ^1 ibi- .Ntpov 40 \j^ Vailed hbb^ds*. 

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#qc Itingi een^dttttion. anb Hda^. 





Pbicb &2. 



'xV>iiBBii BIG at. 

CMPUii ^^* ""^ *"^ TC PftTf »r tmm ABitiMJtrr, 

ro TMM Jfjfm* rmiaefm- 
. IltwbMKlAMijiMfckMvnUdM Public tkat a giTt af 
•M-imNMeMAcreA ky Dm Kiag uyoa tMk of kUtrai 
■HfliaBlfe* PrlNMoT Waift, Mi tlMt a liariter mmi w«t 
|lw»wn» liif 90»t»tk»UM Pafco gf QliwKwrttr. TkafaMi 
tM»M(k.Aw*d«aB|iM( wwrwadt k « branch »f th« iillrt 
kHMMrywwiBe •( tk» cumts, MMiitlaK •Ta eertUn pcrtiM 
rf Ike «v«lM» mmtt hjr kit Mi^Mtjr't «ki^ vt «iK, nIM 
•ntt tiAM n i n % M* a< tke |M«P*rty captaied lira* any 
fmlpaaliM, | iWf t i u to • flm la r a tl ia afWar, JaMm ky 
lkiMW«r/^« flkra^*. 

n wi k wi M —iaiai w i lH i — < ww tkwi <Kl«>t «wiiw; 
twaiwtwy «» tm mj a k i a rt Mfa». I* flaia BatHik, tbey 
■ ■■■ l Uki rfc ii ^ aar IM* tkao ptrfatHitt ^f th«Cmm,ati 
tt(«*l««M«7lbr«(MlaAM%ltk tke prt^uiiNn afMiy 
'«*« iAH. !■ T ipii* to tka ir^ data uf tkew p«rf«MtN, 
•• Df«<a ef A4aiirrfl7t ceitala arraagiwuO wefv ^na«d 
•waaitata, wMtk laftkaia ii li iil i ya»«i a >eftfcatoat tke 
>Klt. TkaatkardaaHbawttcr, a«a tea IK- 
Mkarta waM|rt Ami an 

Mijcfty will paM ioto a law. It ma; apprar, upon «xaaina« 
lian, and ot this ParliaaMtitli (be proprr judfe, (bat ih« pro. 
party wkickmay tba> Rcrrue (• the Crown, and aver wMek Par* 
llajnent has no diract rnnlroal, ka« be«<>aie too Ittge, an4 to iv» 
laoger contislent with the Vital prioniples of the Brftlih ronif)« 
tutiao. No priatipte of that constitatinn i' more «f«iiti«l tbaa 
Ibat Parliament iboul4 hold the pvrse-ttrinip of tha aatlaa, i\M 
completely coatrnul tlie oatinaal income and eSpemlitvn. Bat 
this it oanaot i; U tke Cnwn, by any means wbatevar, b«« 
come pMMiKed af a great mnaae, wbieh itaJtogvther indrpea* 
dent uf Parlianrat. Wbethrr tkii claM of lk« (iPrtiuifttr* ff 
the Crown oiicbt to be recardcd la tbit lighl« it would be nb> 
nrd la 111 to pretend ai yet iof^^ an opinion. Of thii a Jtulg* 
ment can be fanned, only after their prcieat amoant, an4 IbAt 
wkicb it ii likdy to pm*e in fatnre, art kanwn. The papets 
w kick onto be laid bcfnrt Palianent, will alford tke re^uUli* 
lafiirf^aliaa, »U tbm ParliaMantaad tke pnblk wW foraith^ 

Hot tke poltit to whirk we wl^h at pment to direct tlie aff«*> 
tioa af our readvn, to the a^jD^tiop wbieb hal ftreti mad» of 
|Mrt«f tbU reveaac to thr Prhira*, the yeyngerinoii of bia 8^ 
Jetty, aqd to tba lata t>ake of Oloarefter. tt it evitkat that 
tki»t« by ao meaa(ranaectt4 with the great coattUuiiunal qaet* 
tioa before PaitlalDtBt» wbetherthit revenue <ho«ld iVwHln M th* 
4lsp«(alaftbe CroWa. Nn one duubU that it did by law belong to 
the Kimat the tiiae When he modr 'hii npplicf,tlaa af part of i'l, 
h gratlflcotloa of kit paternal fMingf . !f o one ran doabt that 
whatoTCta wnitt ta the Kiag, by tkli fovrvf, wai a» aMck hit 
proiMn^w Ike 4WMead* apoa'kit Mock, wkicb kit MaJeMy 

ntrtttAtm iHHtiMat t» « trwy porttor ammwr by the 
tM^lMtMM wt p e aft tty wbieh tkia oMMry 

tilMy, fiaatM into t|» boMtof Oa Klag, bM at l«t 
MM'**!* af ffabHc atmiioa, aad 
fai^aealary Ia««MlgaUoa. Tke deetoiaa of Parllameat we 
kmm wbk t0 aaiicipa«. B«t Mwcf i* «• ennr into wkleb 
■rlfkttchaic^erygoerany ftllaa* wUch ImpUet real iw, 
JMk<» tte hic>i P»fUai faacewiMl, an4 wHek we aiyaaxioui 

It b toty eeUeat t'kat the gtcat VM«tioQ» wkick It before 
hriiaawt, fM^rctt tke policy of atotchiat tkU ipetriea of w 
WMttiAeGfvwayMt tke petpete* to wkicb il may haee 
rWanltha XioK to <vply U, WiiUe tke Ugidatare left it at kit 
< 'f iMt. B«t dittlact at (bcae ^aettiatM appear to be, the 
riMtafe vetj apt to caafcoad tbcai togedteri aodbyakiad 
•f >■» aa< ■a gliy nl coalbtioB •earn to tbii4i that whatever 
dMka May etritt ia ragM to Ike et^edkocy of havin (bit 
Warik of tbo fteyal refenae In iti prenat etato, flwrnae apply 
<• tto n eaa tl iii which ka< been lately BMde of part of tkU 
inaaM to the Jaator Friacct. By tbit Moaoi a «pcei« of 
Wiaa kai hooa excited agalatt tkb pecaliar i^j^icatleo ef that 
It^Wy wblcbdecanotjaulybcleaf toit. Itiiaoatorebnt 
bir Oat the two qaettton iboald be decided oa their fnapoMive 
"triti. TUa the Priocci have a right to expect, aad it wlO 
^ ^i«t to the PaMic aet to gnlify their czpectatioQ. 

bngvdtotha tntfoeftioa, it liao doabt cotapotentto Far- 
tbaaitoezaffliee fkii wnroereir iacoawtotkeCfewn, and if 
^^MoamtkU between it and tb^lmpartaat priaciple* of tke 
"■teliao aa; i)Ko^|nIty ,esi«m to peat a biU for placisg tbit 
■~ *■'• «■* atfangcaeat, viUfh, wilb the ajaweat «f Jiit 

■•• toeV «^p*»i1 0«»aM (ire Sayk.' Bet that propttty erfcirk wai HM|aei((«B* 

ably the Eiiig'*t it •*<>*( be abtord to iay« that tbc King ktid 
oet a right to heitotr apea bit Faaily. If it ke nercaairy tkat, 
anew arraugeoMat, l etpr c i ing tkit teavee ef rerraoe, i^eM 
iak* place, ke it to. Vitk tkii n ee Wl aei at ^iTcteot we for* 
bear to interfere. But wkneitreeMlaedaioareeof revcoaeta 
tke Crewa, and wkue tke King reaaiaed, by taw, it* wie aaA 
•beoiirt* Master, it to iaipeMible that aay ^ucMiea aboat bll 
right to baMaw a part of Uopea ktoieai caa exiat. 

If it ke wade a qaeitiea, wbetker tkieDeaatiea wa* wiN,aad 
eipediaati «r wketkar, ja the pretfataveiftnrtkcacd Stoto if 
tbc Natioa, ibe uoney tkeuld not h^«<been applied w alleviato 
tke prettareopaa tke people, we raadHy aatwer, that tke aUo> 
%ialleB oT tke aatl o a el bartbeai aiyM /• otm* /iwm tkt Ugif 
Ufre net fnm Ott Ming. Tke grceleat pewikle ee iiii a^*y 
tbeaMkeetoervrdtatbeatoartbepablie aieeey, aad the nt* 
nM«t teadcraaw u layiag aew laiperitieBk No wan who an* 
derttanBi the priadplM of tbc CoMtitettoo, Would wbk toiM 
the paMie bartfaeai reiiered bydeeatloof fMntbeeaowu, be* 
caow M man woald wtob toteeinito p ei i ewl o a toafalbaati 
reqahrito fbr iti own fair afd legitimate etpenoc*. 

Boldei, bow nnall ii the perttnn of ^kal thit xwmt af >i> 
veoae hat lately protiaced, whick kef been boitowad epen tbo 
Priactof Hto Ibjetty k«* applied fh>m thU fufed, towardt tke 
^speaoet of Ike State, drtt. one wItllaB, atid th<« aaotkor. 
Tbia Uaitwhlek hto Mlnhten udTiwd hile to ^propfialt ta 
thiiinaaoer. b h to be cendemacd tbit he wai pleated to aato* 
llortHe the eircumttaacet of bi^ eoa* with the reowhiderf 
Woeld it boTe been ia any degree better employed bad it b«<B 
ultd la porcbatiag more ftodT for hb Majfity t VfotM it ha4« 
lieen a more i«l8tni7 application, had it been employed t* 
bribiqgtko Membort.of Pa^rliaiqeirt to coatesttoa veto of aft^ 

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thiiusonds a- year in addition to th« present revenue of liie 
Princes. In tbli view of th« itthjeet, thr f;r»nt to t1i«ir Ito>«> 
IIigliues.4rs loay ereo be rej^arded ai a saving to the nttiun. 
Ilnn' n.iiurni n it for other pareott to gratify tlieir fo«lia£s l>i 
jtijjiartius the rircuinslaJicn of their good fortune to tlieir fii- 
mity? IIn\r cruel would it be to deprive, a good father of thii 
grUifieatiou becau^ he is a King ? True it Is that the cireuiii- 
Mancesoflh people require aiuelioralion. But the eonipara- 
tive (rifle which A»as bestowed upon the-Princef, would have 
frfhly operated toward this mit;lily object. 

But the iiyustice and indclicary of the complaint', mhleli 
liaTc bee* raised <ta this subject, arc not app^ueiit from (hesf 
coa!!i<]eratinn« alone. When we compare the revenue, which is 
enjoyed by the junior male branches of the Koyal Kaniily, w illi 
.the iniomesof a great proportion of our Noliility.nnd even ofour 
fientry, we sliall tiiidthat it is far from exorbitant. It is not in 
the first, it i», perhaps, not even in the second, rank of the reve- 
nues which are enjoyed by the leading men of the country. 
Vheir rank, hoivev«r, is the highest of all ; and, by the received 
ideas of our country, it is underMood and expected, that exi'ence 
, thoujd keep pace with rank. A great evpence, therefore, in 
not so wucU a matter of choice with the Princes, as a matter of 
neiefiilv. No economy on their par* could enable Ihrm to 
prevent it. In all public subscription?, for objects of charity,, 
or of utility. It is expected tliat the Orilish Princes shall take 
tl:r. lead, and both In tlie frequency and the magnitude of tlieir^ 
donations) jiive an example to the rest of (he community. It U 
not computed how large a dc.uclion i< maJe from their receipts 
In (he course of .i year on this sole accouu(. I'rom all those 
roiisiderntions, itdoc> appear illiberal to criticise, with severity, 
(he paternal generosity of his Majesty on the present occasion, 
Were it not for the Mcrifices which the people are obliged (o 
make, lo the roninleoiince of an arduous contest; were (hi'- 
eountrv in the full enjoyment of peace, and of (he blessiiiss, 
and riches, which it bestows, it would be far mire becoming a 
liberal Xat ion, joyfully to welcome the proposition of an in- 
creased revenue to the Sons of their Sovereign. This, indeed, 
. we are fully convinced would be the case ; and were (he pro- 
ductive powers of peace enjo'jed, for but a fetr yfiirs, we have 
not a doubt, that a revenue, con cf ponding with the improved 
circumstances of the country^ would be readily granted to the 

aggssta; 'i ' '•' 

MR. CANNl.Vti, 

, T^itt the Confereneft btlieeeit CroKMi Ifeadt itnif Amfmsa'durs 
ahouU not be laid before Pjiiliarntrit, 

• Ob • Motion made by Mr. Abcrcr*mhi9, in (he Uoiue of 
Commons, an MoniUyt the 16|h insl. for the production of all 
.the official coutmanicntions, wbu-h were made by the Earls 
.iloNlyn and St Viiirenl to (lie I'rince Regent of Porlueal, 

together with the answers, Mr. Cauiiiog maiutaioed, Uiat 

• «ll 1/onferences between Crouned Heads aod Oiplnuatic Minl- 
.•(en at tkeir Courts, thuuld Le withheld fro>a Parliaiaeut. 

" He was glad," be said, " that be now bad an opportunity of 
."^■•iikiug a stand against the pr.icticc of disclosing what 
t ** pMsedia conSdencc between a Uritisii Alinister and a IToreiyn 
t" Prince." The sense, in which this was uuderatood by (he 

ntmae, appears, by th6 remarks of some uf the opposite Speak- 
icrs. Mr. Windham cotigratulalcd the House on a new defeadei 
.«&etiqueUe. Mr. Ponsonby said, " lu the best times 'of 
<" English history, the conduct of persons lu the highest staliom, 
»•*• IvbeiUer Prince or Mini«ler, were opeuly, fairl.>,.aa4rlM>Idly 
t^' 4iseusted in Pnrliamciit < it was only at tbe must disgni^eful 
r*' )>erK>ds that we find great men b ive shrunk from their pitb- 
■*' iiclty » Parliament was too raiily t««l, by coafidtove, i« s'jtreal 

'* Ktiuc, vr a bigb todndiog title." 

Mr. Cnuning defended his npiiiiua, by stating, that thitmodp 
of difttnaaiie -iateTetmnm-imi beoime extremely cotnmon la 
(/oiMioeMnl E^rup*. The diplomatic agents of France, he 
suij, not contented , with jEO^uuii^m^ions, in the ordinary and 
official channel, pushed their way, even into the closets of 
frlncts, nhd «b(aaned if it^ them personal confereodn. Tie 
Miiiis(er« of Circa( Britain, that (bey migbtjlpt betrMteiias Vi- 
ferlflr, insiiitcd upon simil.-ir privileges. It'thus happened, that 
all the m«<( important parts of diplomatic iiHercotrse were hi- 
eluded in those rungeonieef. Kings and Emperors, hovevrr, 
would not submit to have their private communications divulpd 
in our Parliaments and Keqspapers; and would, for tjiit 
rea'on, deny, our Ambassadors that access tiy their persons 
w bich they granted to those of other nations. 

■This doctrine, without doubt, was very unlhinkinglyadrancff 
by Mr. Canning. It is opposed to the very office of Parlianrat. 
If all diplomatic inter'eourse, or (he most important part' it it, 
lakes pl.-Kc in the closM' or pretcftce of Priiiceiii aad if itW- 
rsnwtn received prlndjite, that what is tramacM ia tbe|«*- 
•ence of I'rfMCes is not (o be laid be4^r« Pariinwnit, HH h>i 
•cfaeme by which the coiafmini«atinD to Parfikmcnt of tMs 
species of tnlelligeaee is entirely cat «g. No «lacid>tiai4f 
tke dipltmiatic traasactiom of GoTernmiM - (•>■ any ion^ 
be Kceined by (he ljeghlat«#e. Vet MInisien act Wisely 
or-Ctoiisfcly, Vjrtuoaiiy or «riiuiaaUy in tiMiriti««rcsitf«t wffli'j 
foreign nations, (he power of Parli.-uaenttA coii<ra«l1h«ia Nat' 
aitrfd, ■ U i« dcMOl the fr4|Mr^>«i^u(iaatia« on ^bitk * jiuls- 
.nent either uf s^robatioa ot qeoxire can, be foayiMb .■ VliMt^ 
flbeek uponLmisBoitduct .would (b«r« (cniaia? .K iuttt-flit- 
eiUt, wsth all tbc helpii w|)ich i«Bbed««iM4, <lp.UnAi|><iMic 
Dteuto their duty, lybat rainwutit aw w a when (be'' 
p«ir(|MifrJtelps,«re voluotarily retaeveid • "- '. * 'I ■'( 

- W« nvta extrefaa|yHM{rpy lu perireifrc, Hwt.iha Chaneriler 
<>F (bs Escbeqaer diseenbid from tiris iocttMm'at' hi« cbNe^. 
It it not, tbrrefoie, a Mfathterial doelriaB. ."tt wat-ateniyla , 
hasty emictiisiou of iii'.t.mminif, in «bleM tbm fett cff the-lU- 
itistrydid not support him. The Ohanc^lar of tbe-EsehefStr, 
said, '^-br did not goiQ Arras tis1{i|:fat Hon. Fdeod. He**-- 
" itnimriadgad it vi^ bi'tifbt •nnettaMt.Ui.oDnmaabcite'to 
*' l<artiaaciit evea UM^ci)l4iereaebiH>f l^riacn, bm -it otafbt te be 
''done, hethaught, wltbeanUeo." ' 
' Does not that drpend, however, npon (he kind of thec(ft- 
Terence ? Mny tliere not be^nfiiny eonforcnt-es with PHiicA, 
in w^itch public m:i(tersare discussed wi(h candour and WifdAm. 
and where no caution Is necessary in regard (o their commbdco- 
tlon? Cot the distinctioir betTvcrh 'one kind of conference lind 
another is equally necessary in respect to (hose of niere ageiH^ 
as (hose of n'owned heuJs (hemselves. ¥l?cr* hra many of (lis 
communiralions between the >linitiera of diflVrent connfrfrs 
which could not with propriety be Inld before the PoMfr. In 
fact it is (he nature of the eommunir.itieo, aadnotthe persos 
by whom i( Is made, tbal determines the propriety or the impro- 
priety of ntaklrtg it public. If we speak of cantiqn;Ve readily 
allow that caulion Is necessary In every part of public bushies': 
bat webelieve there are few occasions on which It'is less nccrt- 
«*ry than in the commanication of intelligence. Sel<lom,'Ml^il, 
does it happen tllat any serious iiyury is sustained from that 
cause. It is en the other side that danger is taoSt rommooly 
found. BetldeCf we are conftdantly persuaded, that <here art 
very few occasions on which a Prince could be oA^nded Ity iKs 
commuBtcation of a confitrenre of bis own, oD Wblcb fce would 
not be equally offrnded by the coramunictition of (he conference 
uf his Miitister. What, on lueb an occasion. Is (fcelfbifttt, 
butthemootli of the Prluce ? "W hat shonld offend (be PrbKejs 
Jivaljjiiig Mk own confcrenrc. If not (he disclosure tifimjH-opfr 
Inlellijerice t hut this imHscrrtioli Is' equally injartous iFwart** 
iu retiieel to the cOBfeis:ne«s of hi* Minister a* lanittWl'fi.H* 
speel lo (bote with bimseld « ' ' ' 

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liimaaygite m ample credit for being perfcrtly 
1 Mwmi Ihae tno authors ; for in many essential 
<e(<l«approte of both. Our ohjcct Is not to atsail ibr 
Mni (he olhcr ; but (o hold furtli truth and crrur to 
t\mn; tfteooe in such rohfs n« uc think best calcu- 
aiuict tbtir notice aud nficcliuii. tlieotber intuch a 
ijitnb; their e>e<, aud cxrite their abhorrence. 
Koe, j> Brait of oar Keaders itnow, has lately publijhr 
THo, eatilled, *' Cmsidt rations an tht Cauttt, Ohjtctt 
'■;uvet of the present ffar, and m Iht Expediency 
v tf Peace Ktlh France" Id CoHelff PoUtknt Re- 
'«nek, he ha< addretucd a Lrltrr (i> ATr. Roscoc, in 
'^ «lf Ike doctrine of the boolc are railed in quebtioa, 
'iinriiieiaf a very eztranrdinary nature nretuivaured, 
•'^ prioriples of tbe author are arniigned in a manner 
riband iiirierrnf. 

:■«•.!> one of ibr injuries n-hirh this writer hasfon- 
b is^t upon hi* country. It is otving to him, and 
>bn af a iioiiar r«s<, that a rijle of personal invec- 
»« Im hrf«ine common, -whirli at onceditgraees and 
'"JWioiml taste. ** Your repreeoulntioii," s(iy< Mr. 
r Vf. Hiia^ae, " it not true, anil ;'0U imi'l, at the 
tn ;.iiu iiniic it« have known it not to be iiiir." Or 
M. ke thmbegiM > " Not to dnrll upon the ba^ene^- 
l<?i'iitke total want of principle which it rievelopes.'" 
F'"! ill Miilher place, Ihfit " strong presumptive 
\ •tl'u b^ Mr. Riwcoe's I'auipbtet of hii enleriiiiii- 
l^-':.r..IpariialUy for tiie enemy." " Yon baY* 
F I'M ilr, Cubbett. " mkttlUr fr*m .tmnl tj' ptin-i 
V^JHanUaee t%i reader to judge, «oa(nle tiial the 
* ' *iif V pivp rno-t offeiiee to ITonapal^e WiH Ihiil 
'•'■Ti 'iMl.Hii." — " I'fiv Readers," siyslie, •< T ;iui 
''''tWtc, uitl be aljle to form 1^0 iilea'W any thin;; 
'''■djr anpriHcipltdi. A»a- \l»c ottenpt to .ioiposi* 
^ -**>'<, «ad excite (tiacoitlcataianiis tbe dhtnued,*' 
'^"•'"to Mr. Rotcn^^ Paotphlet. 

'*«» tomraenfsry on our p.irl U requi-.lfe, af- 
^^i"' Jf,(;nciie the ind°ij;isa(iiin ofoery »ell-i»rdciyd 
''^taitou of ocrMiiA oiuiii>tuo> and uiiiitake», joa 
'"■<■. on a tcry cxten>ive Mritie«4« Mr. iloMNt 
•'iiiW to a man liiku Mr. KascOc, Mcb intalhnus 
•''i if leal, fn esrlade him from the rnmpaoy of 
'■ rasiine<», what rem«rs''lei<i nndnrity in 
• = »f tiit character U here ? Were Mr. Cobbeil 
"t lie ready to pas« icntencc on a man'» tift on 
■ ' '"'. like iho»e on « bich be ban iere passed »cn- 
' ■<r<'irr, h« Hould be ehreaided k» ail agm at a 
" ■='*<i«T»fed the nature he bore. • 
►■■=ittnn-t the exhortiitloDS of Mr. HoteOf in fa- 
• ^''. Tobhetl favour; Us with a panegyric upon 
' " " -liScult lit »ay whether tbe igooranre or the 
•**t renwirkable. Wc believe (hat the ipioruup 
I firit, and that il i» hi fact the partnt ef the 
"*ick i!ie a«thor did not nndefctand that he wa* 
"kr," ays be,' *• I consiiler as being, not only 
" " ""totiou-ly ia, in many cases, in the present 
■ ' "M, k«t also V conducive to the eievatin'n of 
■• thcgracral bappHirai of oaakiud, and of 
"Itj^W." l#t u read on tHI we hefir his 
"^'TWetB* Bol bound to t»ke this atrorions dne- 
J -rfMr. Cbbeit. •' ^Var.•' be «ajs, " destroys 
ft ulucb f Mveats tbeae Koeitlaelef of 
"I. the ngbt of tbe idterinrof wblch k a 
^ kwrid ihM any thhig which II the froniie- 
' AM Mr. CoAbett, ^«r«ach more oecM- 



arlt]^ Mfl certainly' operate* ia deslreyin)^ tbe bfead t40t» pa* 

than the luxuries of the £rtjt. " Il ii the bread of the poor lUat 
it diminishes first; the luxuries of the great it readies la^t of 
all ; and (hen il generally happens that peace is procured. — 
'But how eomes-it, Mr. Cobbett, that yon n^cribesuth horrid 
effects (o luxury, you who have l>»en recommendtug to us with 
iurh zeal the doctrines of Mr. Spencv-. :iinoiig wliirh, in a most 
conspicuous place, stands the proposition, " tliat luxury is 
" conducive, nay absolutely necessary to the well being of 
" society ?" Truly, if you have no reason for represcniing war 
as a good, but that it destroys the evils of society by destroying 
luxury, you venture a bold doctrine upon a feeble fuuudatinn. 
What ! arc the luxuries of thiscountry diminished by tbe dreod- 
ful contiuuaaca and expenditure of (he war in which we are en- 
gaged ? Do we jniy simillerfalnries to our singers and players f 
Are o«r play-hnnses and opera-houses less numerously attended ? 
ts the number of our rouls and revels, of our livery servants, 
our coaches, and our. btuics, diminJsbed .' No ! Bu( who tells 
ns that the number of quai;(erD loaves wMcli tbe labouring aiaa 
ran hey in a -week is sKmiaished > Mr. Cobbctt I Who tells a« 
that the nnmbttr of paupers has M^fetf 7 Mr.Cnbbettl Precious 
paiiegyriJit of n ar ! 

Mr. Cobbctt's iiext reason U thus stated, " That war makes 
" a part of the great scheme of the Creator is abundantly oli^ 
" vious from the universnl profwnsity of his creatures." This 
is pitiabli!.' This is an observatiim which has been brought for- 
ward hy some of the lowest of the infidels, 'as evincing a coo- 
linrioty between the .tiialogy of nature, nnd the great principle 
of the notpeU But it i» a new strain of i(;nuranre to find a maa, 
who ostentatiously boa>ts himself a Chris iar, rap. bl« of naia- 
Mining an absurdity whicli contradicts tbe hmt principle of 
ciiristirvrfltT. " 'TVhence,'" says S(. Paol, " come 'war? amon^ 
^". juu? come they not hence; ovcj ofyourIust<, which war 
" ni'kiiDt Ui>d.i" Hut the obscrvalioo itself is a wretched mis- 
iuterpMUSian ^ ll|e boeii of .AtitM, its h.-is be«a many limes 
elmrlT demcMMrated « nnd if one may jndge by similarity, 
"ipemi to be borrowed' In' the pi+s^rrtirtstancc from that tissue of. 
■yuls-ir error, Puliic's Jgn of ll[aioi\. 

Ji^r. C»li>tcttueict says^ ibattvar ik necessary lo the elcva- 
.iioosf maakii4. .}Iis .reason is, that if there were no war, 
Ihasie wnutd'he no' longer tiny courage, fortitude, emnlatioil, 
mhglrinlmity. InlM-edf Mr. r,«bbettt iar this all you know 
about courage, fortitude, eiiiHlntiun, magnanimity ? lias no 
body any of (hose qualiiiet,' but those who have been in the 
-wars > JiMMMIlMt ^wltliesnit field of ftctten bat tbe field of 
hiood i Do, pn«t Mr. Cobbctt, look ajittl* into the authon 
who have frrftM trf those trirtues, and you will see how coni- 
parati'irly^nnll a portion of thtilr sphere of operation is Ihi 
licldof war. Do' not despise to study; fur truly you faavo a 
^reat de;U to lean). i«tusa{)peal to a case w iiere every id(» 
of war is removed. Do we not supppsc elevation, magnani- 
mity, fortitude, and every. *nnohUng,viflue, to adorn the angels 
ili hcaveir?'Vfillj'lhkjd»irtu« be eiidfely eradidited from the 
spirits of jusi men in that i\i'.i'r<' state, to which Christiaiiity 
is-a<licj'u> to believe they are romoved ? To analyse tl)rse vir- 
tues to jou, Mr^^obbeu, mil by Ihat'meaus nttempt to their 
yeu tbe absurdity of yoar argument, w ould bo eutircly.t* waste 
our time. 1 • ' • 

Tlie above hrgnments of Mr. C^bbett nre borrowed.' 'The 
follo'wiiio arS'trnly ori; : " f. I3y giving to diffcreut nalioijs 
" different IknguaKej, the Creator intcuJed (hey should remaia 
" foreverieparate.sbetwar is necessary to uphold ihdttepare- 
*' tion. 8. There would be no u^e either t>f wiidomor science If 
" war were banished from the earth ; because Om abject of tbe 
" learned is distiirtion; bernuse the lOttrce ofdislihelioii is puH- 
" lie utility : because piU>lic u'lliiy rests at the point oj" pub- 
" lis safoly ; and Hcye'it not for tbe octasiouJ cji istcuie of 
" naif, atni for the cooiiiiual pOisibilky