THE TYROL. Andrew Hoffer, the Tyrol Chief, resumes his AlrmsâSpirited, Proclamation issued by him. Inspruck, Nov. 22. I felt inclintd to lay down my arms, prevail- ed on by men whom I considered as friends to my country, but who, as I now find, are its ene- mies and traitors. T therefore think it right to inform you, that all the Passeyer is again in open insurrection; all the inhabitants, both old and young, have taken up arms again, and that the enemy were yesterday defeated with great floss. I therefore call on you, Brethren, to rejoin us UJ arms. Were we to surrender to the enemy, ye should soon see all the youths of Tyrol dragged away from their homes, ourcburches and convents destroyed, divine worship annihilated in our country, and our heads overwhelmed by eternal i woe. Fight, therefore, as loyal mel-wÃth us in defeucC of our native laud. I shall fight with and for you, as a father for his children. I feel obliged thus briefly to communicate my senti- ments to you, test I should fall a sacrifice to the destruction and hatred of my own people. You would incur the same fate were ye to remain in- different spectators, and not to take uparms again for your Cod and your country. They who ob- struct the march of our troops, or do not furnish them with the necessary supplies, shall be se- verely punished.
I FROM THE SIDNEY GAZETTE. (SONDAYj MARCH 26, 1809.) PROCLAMATION, WILLIAM VP-TTERSON. Whereas an agreement was concluded between me and William Bligh, Esq. late Governor of'his territory, of which the following is a true copy, viz :â Sidney, New South Wales, Feb. 4, 1809- It being deemed, by Lieutenant-Governor Pa erson, absolutely essential to His Majesty's service, anil the iuterests of this colony, to send Governor Sligh immediately to England, and it being the intention of Lieutenant-Governor Pater- son to take up the ship Admiral Gainbier, for his conveyance, Governor Bligh has represented that it would on many accounts be much more desira- ble to him to he tillo vel to return home in His Majesty's ship Porpoise. Lieutenant-Governor Paterson, anxious to contribute as much as possible to the convenience of Governor Bligh, consents to his proceeding 10 Europe in the Porpoise, on the following con- to the strict observance of which Gover- nor Bligh hereby solemnly pledges his honour, an ) 'ii;er and a Gentleman That he \v,1I embark with his family on board the Porpoise, on the 20th inst. and will put to sea as soon after as the wind and weather will admit. That he will proceed to England with the uftnost dispatch; aud that he will jseither touch at, nor return (0, any part of this territory, until he shall have received his Majesty's instructi- oiss, or those.of his Ministers. lie will not, in any manner, or under any pretence whatever, while he remains in this Colony, interfere in the Government or affairs thereof; and That he will riot throw any impediment in the way of the Porpoise being equiped, and pro-j eeeding with hioi on her voyage at the stipuia- ted time." i in consequence Q^the above pledge, Lfaufenant Governor Paerson consents to remove the a(lditid;tA] restraints whieh beel) laid upon Governor Bligh Â«ince the vl'tti of llist. month, and to permit him to return to Government House, and to communicate with bit friends in the same manner as previous to that day, to make such arrangements as he may deem ne-i cessary for his voyage, and to allow such per- sonst to accompany him as he may think proper to name, agreeable to the proposition coutained in the Lieutenant Governor's letter of the 23th Ailt. ksigiled) WM. Bl,l(,'Tl (Signed) WM. PATERSON." And whereas the said William Bliph, Esq. in direct violation of his word of honour, as an OtTicer art] a Gentleman, solemnly pledged therein, has not departed from this Colony at the stipu- lated .time, and in further breach thereof has caused to be distributed (by the hands of certain wicked and evil-disposed persons, implicated ia the high crib's and misdemeanors with which he stands (,et*tain libeilotisaal inaami-natorv papers, intended to traduce the Government of this Colony, to disturb the general tranquility, to subvert good order and justice, and to destroy the security ofpnMica"d private property, and personal liberty. Being determined to exert the full powers with which I am vested to prevent the dreadful conse- quences meant to result from the designs of the said William Bligh, Esq. and his accomplices, I do hereby positively charge and command all his Majesty's subjects, within this territory, not to hi Id, countenance, or to be privy to any commu- nication or correspondence, by personal interview letter, message, signal, or otherwise, with the said William Bligh, Esq. or with any person be- longing to his family, establishment, or retinue, ai present embarked on board his Majesty's ship Porpoise, or with any person known to be in his, or their employment, service, confidence, intima- cy, now on board the said vessel. And all om- cers, civil and military, and all other his ty s faithful subjects, within tnis territory, are hereby required and commanded to aid,assist, and promote, by all the means in their power, a strict obedience to this Proclamation; and to give im- mediate information tome, or to some other of his Majesty's officers, civil or military, of any per- son or persons who shall attempt to act in defi- ance, opposision, xieglect, or evasion thereof, in order that such offender or offenders may be dealt with as abettors of sedition, and enemies to the peace and prosperity of the colony. Given at head-quarters at Sydney, New South' Wales, this 19th day of March, 1809. God save the king. By command of his Honour, the Lieutenant- Governor, JAMES FINUCANE, Secretary. "r r -7'
LONDON; MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, The Gazette of Tuesday contains dispatch es from Admiral Sir Richard Strahan, dated Flushing Roads, the lSlh inst. As-we have al- ready staled, the whole of our troops were thn emharked and ready to sail whenever the wind became favourable. The arsenal, basin, and the whole of the enemy's wharfs, storehouses, works, &c. at Flushing, had been effectually destroye(I.-Il,rijus," saylti Admiral Otway, who executed the naval part of this enterprise, Flushing is rendered useless to the enemy as a naval arsenal; and the basin which afforded very secure retreat for snerai ships of the line during the winter, is for the present effectually deslroyed, and can only be restored by great labour, and at an imwsaa* expence."âThe enemy made every possible etlort to annoy us in the Veer Gat, but the squadron under that gallant officer, Commo- dore Owen, effectually frustrated all their de- signs. The Commodore's last letter is dated tj>e 11th; and subsequent advices inform us, that the enemy's fire proved of no effect. Letters, brought to this country from the United States, by & vessel arrived at Livers pool, on Tuesday se'ennight reached towa. They are dated New York, Nov. 18, and con- taiu intelligence which, if true, is of no small importance. They state, that during an in- terview between the President, Mr. Madiaos* and our Euvoy, Mr. Jackson, a dispute heft arisen, which had put an end to all further in- tercourse between them un the subject of the irtiMioil with which the latter had been en- trusted. Mr. Jackson is said to have been ac- cused by the President with being privy to in- si ructions given to the British Ministers to Mr. Erskine, which fully empowered that gentleman to conclude the solemn treaty he had signed, and the ratification of 'r.hil'h had afterwards been refused by the English Go- vernment. Mr. Jackson denied his privitf to such instructions; Mr. Madison persisted, and Mr. Jackson as resolutely maintained his ground. This circumstance, it is reported, led to others of an equally unpleasant nature. the ultimate reIUJt of which was a declaration that if Great Britain felt it to be her inclina- tion aod interest to maintain amicable relati- onot with America, another Envoy should be substituted for Mr. Jackson, with whom all official communication must immediately cease; the substance of the above intelligence had been introduced into the National InteUi. gencer, published at Washington, on the 13th ult. Some Setters were received yesterday from, Holland, containing orders for suspending any further consignments until the new iorm of Government should be more defined. They express great apprehensions of the effect of measures which are said to be in contempla- tion for completely preventing an commercial intercourse between that country and Ell- land. We learn by a letter of the 4th inst. from Hamburgh, that the restriction, on maritime commerce are enforced with a rigour exceed- in, ? any that has been practised since the adop- tion of that system. Noibing of ColoaiaJ or American produce is permitted to be imported or expot lea. Measures, equally rigorous, have been adopted in the neighbouring (iisti-icts.- In Holslein, a Pi,ovist(ii)al has been laid on all goods, in order to* reinvesti- gate their importation, and to confiscate what- ever may have been found to come from Eugland. A similar sequestration has taken place in Brunswick, Oldenburg, Colbert, &c. JUSTICE-ROOM, HORSEMONGIR-UNE.âYes- terday William Elision underwent an exami- ii a t-i oil, oil the charge brought against him by Messrs. Vizard and Hutchinson, Solicitors, of Lincoln's inn, in whose service he formerly was as clerk, of having embezzled a banker'* cheque, for upwards of 901. their iii-operty No new evidence was produced except that of Mr. Robins, silversmith, of Fleet-street, to whom one 0: the two pound notes given at the Bank in change for the large note!, wbicjl were originally paid for the cheque at Child's house, had been traced. It appeared that Mr. RobffHI received the note in question from a man in payment for a gold ring, and at the time of purchasing it, the man said, it was in- tended to become the witness of t union of the twp persons well known to the public, namely Miss Colson and Mr. Eiiston, who were going to be married. At a former exa- mination, Gore, the friend of Ei'^fon, â¢Wed that he had purchased a ring for him at a shoil in Fleet-street, and that be. had given a two pound note. which he received from Eliston, in payment for it, GeronaâThe valiant defence midÂ« 1 v the inhabitants of this city entitles it, like Sara- g-ossa, to peculiar notice. It is an episcopal city of Spam, in the department of Tarra- gona, in Cafaloaia. The inhabitant *re rr>- busti industrious, and warlike. In the pre- sent times, they have given many proofs, of their valour, and the place, io c'%iiseqoienct- of its fortifications, and advantageous pc, tion, has had the opportunity of distinguish- ing itself by withstanding the attacks of the modern Vandals.-Gerona is built on Ue too na .â !V Â°" bank 0< sma" river called tÂ»e Ouhar, and near the confluence of that stream with the Tier; the two rivers serving as fosses to the town.âThe fonn of Gcrona is triangular, but the town is not large. A magnificent street, however, crossca it throughout the whole of its breadth. it is extremely well fortified, and has adjoining to it a castle called Monjuich, on which a great number of cannon were mounted before it was abandoned during the present siege. The town is ako defended by several outputs among which are Calvario, Condestable, and the Capuch.nes.-The Cathedral, dedicated to the Holy V .igm, is richly ornamented. It contains the body of the venerable St. Nar- place' 3 U'?0ked as the Patrou of the Â»r 'l,r^ay last, Sir Thomas Beevor, Barf Mr. Feliowes, Mr. Postle, Mr. Jary, and Mr, John Howletf, the Members of llie private Committee of the Norfolk Corn Growers, as- sembled at the Rampant Horse, Norwich* to close theiraccounts, aud to meet their friend pursuant to their advert ist'tleits. A goo* plain dinner wM prepared fpr 101 tis. but only 30 gentlemen sat down to table. The Chairman, SirT. Beevor, aod other member* of the Committee, retired between sir and i(,ven o'clock p alid ttic company separa'e t sooe after,
I WANTED, I A DAIRY MAID, in a Gentleman'# Fa- I -im mily Â»n South Wales, a person who tho* I tAtivhly understands her business, aM the ilia. I ilfigement of poultry, he will have the care of I the farm hcmse, with two others under her, end a I wUUID. I Thirty cows are kept.-A. good- citaradter for I onesty, sobriety, and cleanliness WtIS he > xpcct- I td,.An'i g(l,xt Wages will toe riven. further I fcanictOars apply at the Officeo| this Paper I tic by letter post paid.) I Notice to Debtors 8$Creditors. I A LL person* who stood indebted to Capt. I RICHARD PARRY, late of Frogmore-streei, J I Bristol, an'l of Pwllheli, in the comity of Car- I I "arvon, mariner, deceased, at the time of his I â ^'ce^se, are desired to pay the amount of their I Respective debts to Ma. JOHN THOMAS of Pwll- I heli, one of his Executors, and all persons having I S'ly debts due to them from the Estate of the I deceased, are requested forthwith to deliver the I particulars of silch dehts to MR. THOMU, that I the same may he examined and discharged. I Pwllheli, 16th D c. 1809. I GENERAL POST OFFJCI LONDON, I '[ July 22, 1809. I A CAUTION* I PENALTIES to the Amount of Two Him I t drei Pounds, with full Costs, have la cly I been recovered and paid, in Actions brought by I the direction of the POSTMASTBR-GKNEUAL, I It!, ingi. a very considerable Mercantile House in I London, having also an Establishment in a lafge â manufacturing town in the country. for offendinir I against the Starii!es of ,he 19th of Queen Anne, I c. 10. s. 17. and the 42d Geo. 3d. c. 8!. s. 5. by I Sending LETTERS in PARCELS and other I Packages, by Coaches, to and from Loadec, and I their Country Establishment. I It is hoped that this prosecution, in addition I *o the many others thai have been brought, by I Orders of the Board, will stop such illegal I practices. I By ComraaDd of his Majesty's Postmaster â General, I FRANCIS FllBLING Secretary. I | Goat Inn, and Tavern, I CASTLE GREEN, â Carnarvon. I r PRTCBARD (many yean harper at I W Mr. JACKSON'S Bangor-ferry), takes I the liberty of-informing his friends aad the puh- â lie in general, that he has entered upon the above â Commodious Inn, and respectfully solicits the â honour of their patronage and support, he begs â 1 leave to assure them that he will make it 1iis â "tu(i), hy every exertion and attention in his power, H to deserve their favonr and interest. â A Subscription Room has been established I Isrjj Assembly and Billiard Rooms Â»re aow â ^aiUiin-to be attached to the House. < â The Cellars are well stocked with choice Wines â flllr Foreign Spirits, Good Stabling and Coach â lilluse, &c. H W. PRICHARO continues to sell Weisli Harps H _line! Music; and will occasionally play to the â tompany at his house. â House Warming on Friday the 5th of Janu- H ary next. â Carnarvon, 22<f Dec. 1S09. I CARNARVONSHIRE, I RHOSHIRWAUN INCLOSURE, I THE undersigned, the Cotnniissioitcrsp I â¢ pointed by an Act of Parliament passed in â *he 4-2<i year of the reign of his present Majesty, â titled, An Act for dividing, allotting, and in- â *,r)sing a tract of common and waste lands, called â ^^oshirwaun, situate in the several parishes of â A'Â»en\aroa, Llanfaelrhys, and Bryncroes, in the â Iounty of Carnarvon." â Do hereby give Nrtice, â ^at a Meeting will be held at the hotise of Mr. â "avid Rice, kÂ» iwn hy the name of the Crown aiu! â Anchor Inn, in the town of Pwllheli, in the said â 0f Carnarvon, on Wednesday the 3d da> H tlf January next, between the hours of 1J o'clock in the forenoon, and at 1 o'clock in the afternoon game for the purpose of further car- H y'n8 fhe said act into exacution. Dated this 2d Bay of December, 1809. â BEN J. WYATT. 110. I KfiW STATE LOTTERY. I To be Drawn in One Day, â 14th FEBRUARY, 1810. I j SCHEME. â 4 ^20,000 i Â£ 80,000 â 4 5,000 20,000 â 12 1,000 12,000 90 500 10,000 â *0 100 â 44 60 2>!W) â .80 85 900 I mÂ«o Â« 72,000 â jf200,000 u Lottery it upon the same Plan as the last; it eat, s ubsists of only 5,000 Numhers (from I to 5,000 N s,Ve)? hut ther'e are Four Tickets of each â #vUmÂ»>er, which will be severally entitled to what- â j er Prige is drawn against such Number; for H ^^?ncei if No. 1 should be drawn a Prize of â ^0,000, the Four Tickets of that Number will j Aca be entitled to = Â£ 20,000, making, ia the H whole, â Â¥ ^80,000. M t "be, will be entitled to their Proportion, â ( TICKETS and SHARES I â | &11 .10., AT "LIf Irmly, OWflCM* I M i WANTED, j A CURATE, to serve one Church, in the conuty of Carnarvon, a haudsorae SUpcnd will be given. For further particulars apply to the Rev. W. Evans, Rector of Crtckieth. Hibernian Arms, Holyhead. JAMES K^OWLBS, late of GWTNDU, D respectfully informs his friends and the public of the United Kingdom, that, he has open- ed the above extensive and cornniodious House, most advantageously situate within a few yards of the lallllill plac of the Packets and Custom i House ( and hopes by due attention to the coin- forts anti wishes of those who may hoiior hini with their support, to experience in his new situation, the same patronage which was so emi- nenily conferred upon his familyalld himsclf at G" IN DU, and for which he begs to repeat his most grateful acknowledgements. New Chaises and able Post Horses. S.a-side, lJu(lJheadf 1. Dec. m/i 1809. CARNARVON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Saturday the ITlh day of February I8IC, at the Sportsman Jhn, in the town of Carnarvon, between the hours of three and live of clock in the afternoon, in such Lots and sub- ject to such conditions as shall then he agree upon A LL that Freehold Messtinge or Dwelling House, with the Plot pie e or parcel 01 Land or Ground belonging and adjoining thereto, â¢jtuate in Castle-street, in the town of Carnarvon aforesaid, and now in the occupation of WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Victualler. The above Dwelling House h contiguous to the Market Place, Carnarvon, and well adapted for the public line, 'he Ground adjacent thereto may be divr!ed into advantageous allot- ments for the purpose of building The tenant will shew the premises, and for further pariiculars apply a: the Office of Mr. H. R. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Carnarvon. â ââ I PAID ON DilMAND, 2,618. scf'20,000 ) 133 Â£ 10,000 10,294 20,0(H) als.-Ill 18,544 20,000 19,544.. i 20,000 19,570 .5,000 2,279 10,000 17, 1 Besides Fri'Aei of ,OOO, Â£ 1,000, A'500"4c. This grand list of Capital Prizes were sold in Shares, in the last and three preceding Lotteries, at the old established Siate Lottery Office?, 20, Cornhill, and St. Margaret's hill, Borough, of HORNSBY and Co. who were also the first to sell two Prizes of ^30,000. HORN SB Y and Co. respectfully solicit the favor of their Country Correspondents in the New State Lottery, which abounds with Capital Chances? they alvo bey leave to assure their friends, thaI they will use their best endea- vours to procure Prizes worthy their possessing. âTickets and Shar's are sell ins; at the lowest prices, and all Orders by Post or Carrier execu- ted to any part of the globe, on the same terms as if present. Also at Mr. T. POOLE, Bookseller, Chester. To be drawn in one day, the 14th February next. 2, 3, and 4 Tickets of the same Number may b e had, so that Â£ 40,000, = Â£ 60,000, or ^80,000, an he obtained by one adventure. /( TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Crown and Anchor,*in the town of Pwll- heli, in the county of Carnarvon, on Wednes- day the 24th day of January next, be tween the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions, unless dis- posed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given. THE following Freehold Estates in seve- -1. ral Lots, Cae Garwuctta and Cae Garwissa, in the Parish of Ilaniestyn, in the county of Car. narvon, occupied by JOHN ROBERTS, and JOHN ROBERTS as tenants at will. The above Farms tie in a pleasant part of the countrj and within six miles of the Market town of Pwllheli, and four ef Portynllaen where lime may be had at a very, moderate rate, are capable of great improvement, and adjoin those valuable commons called Carnfadryn and RhosMandinwen, the latter of which has been set out and allotted, and above nine acres of excellent ground Is allot- ted for the above premi ses, and the purchaser will be entitled to a large portiou of the other com- mon called Carnfadryn, which is now in i train of being divided. Anorher Farm called Tyn y Caea in the parish of Penmorfa, and now in the holding of THOM AS PISRCE as tenant at will. This Farm will be either sold in one or three lots, and lies itt a most delightful situation and is capahle of great improvement, being all trablel is well watered and has a valuable Turbary there- upon: it has also an nnlimitted right of common upon, Garn Dolbenmaen, and the adjoining hills, HOUSES IN PWLLHELI. I. A House with a Court and Outbuildings attach- ed thereto, in the;;holding of DAVID JENKINS, OWEN OWENS, and WILLIAM WILLIAMS. A House with the same conveniencies in the holding of JonN PRICHARD, Shopkeeper. A do. and do. in the holding of ROBEILT CADW ALADER, senior. A do. and do. in the holding of JOHN PRICHARD, Shoemaker. A do. and do. in the holding of GAYNOR DAVIES. A do. and do. ia the holding of WILLIAM ROBERTS. These Houses are most excellently built and c are in a very compleat repair, and situated in the most convenient part of the town for business. The tenants of the reipective premises will shew the same, and further particulars may he had by applying at Mr. Robt. Griffith's Office, at Pwllheli. COLLIERY STEAM ENGINE. ..tl To be sold by Public Auction, at the Sign of the George Inn, at Park-gate, in the county of Chester, on the 30th inst. at 12 o'clock. A COLLIERY STEAM ENGINE, of an Eight Horse power, now standing (and lately worked for a short time)at M7 sMe, Bear Park gate, in the said county ofChetter. To the En- gine are attached about 45 yards of 8 inch pumps, with framingâ2 winaseys, of large diameter, with head-geering, troughs, strong two horse barrels, and two seti tuf ropes, little worse than newâ windlass, an i windlass rpes and tubsâone or two capital wood cylinders, with about 15 feet of plank'^snaithy bellows, anvil, vice, liainirei*, &e. with some useful iron, and about 60 yards of bor. ing rods, and other implements for I)oritig.-A broad wheel cart, and geers for three horses, and a quantity of building materials,, with all the useful Furniture and Materials belonging to the adjoining Counting House, Smithy, and Stable, with sundry other serviceable articles used in the Collierv business. For further particulars an,1 inventory, enquire at. 'he Offices of Messrs. Greaves and Brome, and Mr, Orred, Liverpool; and of Mr. Bozle), Ch ester. CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLESEY. 70 FARMERS. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED ON IMM F.JH ATEL A CAPITAL FA n M, failed Vreborlh..issn, A clone to Bangor Ferry, of nearly :5J acres of good arable, pasture, and meadow land. The house and offlr.es which are are under going cornpleat repair, It is only two miles from llanuof, and seven frorn Carnarton, both good markets.âThe whole is in a .ring fence, and has great advantages of land and water carri- age, being bounded by the road bet ween th?above towns on one side, and by the s'raits of Menai on the other. There >s excellent limes' .one its the ct'nter of the land, and plenty of sbellsand and marl in the vicinfty, and a stream of water runs hrough the farm, affording an abundant, impply 'or irrigation, and for a gorse mill. This farm is well worth the attention'of a scientiifc farmer. Also a FA RNI to be entered on immediately, j called Tyallwyn, attout four miles from Beauma- ris, in Anglesea, consisting of about 9fi acres of good latid, plenty of lime and ft-sdwharf sheil saml ill the viciuity, an excellent ;1(1 convenit-if Farm-house, barn, and other suitable offices arc now erecting on the same. For particulars apply to Mr. THOMAS PA YN., Wern Penmorfa, Carnarvonshire. ATLAS Fire Life ASSURANCE COMPANY, OF LONDON. PERSONS who have assured at this Office I- are requested to take notice, that Policies expiring at Christmas-day liexl, should be re- newed at that period, or within fifteen days there- after. Persons desirous of encreasing the amount of thetr Assurances in consequence of the increased price of building materials, are informed, that no additional expencc of Policies is incurred at this Office. The following are among the ddvantages derived from effecting assuranees at this o.ffic, viz. That itent is paid in case of Fire, without any additional Premium. That Farming Stock is assured, izithout an average Clause, at 2s. per Cent. per Annum. That fiamnge by Lightning is made food. That Policies are issued, and Endorsement* and Surveys made free of expence to the assured. Printed Proposals maybe had, on application at the Office in London, or to the following Agents in the country. By order of the Board, IIENRY DESBOROUGH, Jun. Secretary. AGENTS. Bangor, Mr. JOHN RASRROOK. Carnarvon, ROBT. ROBERTS, Esq. Beaumaris, JOHN JONES, Esq. Bulkefy Place. Holyhead, Mr. JOHN PRICE. Holywell, GRIFFITH WILLIAMS, Esq. Farm, near Abergele, EDWARD OLD FIELD, Esq. Oswestry, Mr. EDWARD EDW-ARDS. Cheapside, London. Sept. Isf 1809. .v 11 ja ',fâ V'