GLAMORGAN SOCIETY, FOIl TICK ENCOURAGEMENT of AGRICULTURE, S-c. THE next GENERAL MEETING will be at the B)..AK-i"?N, at CowiiRiDCr, on Tuesday; the 13th of November, when the Candidates for Medals and Pre- miutnsare desired to attend, and produce the usual Certifi- cates to authenticate their claims. Lanmihangle"Oct, 26.J8M. EDW. PETER, Sec. A MILLWRIGHT and a BLACKSMITH wanted. To OWNERS and' MASTERS, of VESSELS. TO BE SOLD BY A UCTION, By THOIVfAS BO WEN, Jun. On Saturday, jNov. '24, at the V\'arehouse qf Mr. Jeremiah H iiliaius, on the Strand, Swansea; '^1C Sruati?st Part °'1' the MATERIALS of T"K GALLIOT CILHILOTTA AMELIA, Jfttelv Miai lied in Car;iiarthen Bay; con- .«■ Tirvf-ir"- 4jsljn;i> alnoilg a yarietj' o.t" other .Articles, of the fbllowing Citbles and Masts, with'their diinensions: Cable Cable 100 fathoms by llf inches, Fifty-four fatiioins of this csible never were wetted. Cable 75 fathom by 11 inches. Main-mast 5$tcet by inches. Miy.en-niast S.i teet by lOliuches., Tiie Materials may be viewed three days previous to the sale, upon upplicituon to tit", Auctioneer, w'ho will attend for that pnrpose; or should any person wish to purchase by Private Contract,he is equally authorised to dispose ot ttieui. The sale will commence at twelve o'clock at jiooii. IN THE VALE OF G:\VENI)HAETHFAClI, Near CARMARTHEN. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Khi^'s-Anus inn, in the town of Carmarthen, on the 25th ot February next, between the hours pt two and four o'clock in the" a'lh:ruoOli, subject to the Conditions oi Sale which shall be tlieu produced, By WILLIAM DAVIES, Auctioneer, Lot t. A LL that exceeding fertile and very XjL desirable FARM, and rich MEADOW and PASTURE LANDS, called GLANYKYNNIS, situate in thfe said vale, in the parish of iii the said county of Carmarthen, and about seven: nntes from the market-town of Carmarthen, and within few hundred yards to Lime, and within the disUyice of two miles to Coal. Lot '2. Also another very compact and truly valuable FARM, adjoiu'msi- (ilanvrvnms, called LODGE, consisting o'f ■-beautiful MEADOW' and PASTURE LANDS. Lot 3. And also another FATvM, adjoining the fat-men- tioned premfst s. called COURT, containing ili^ny Acres of low MEADOW LA,MDS, and extensive PASTURE and CORN GROUNDS, ill an improved state of culture. The Ds»'C|iin^ouses and Outbivildiotis, ••Fcnoes aAd In- closures, upon uiose three Fanns, are in excellent repair, and the soiU without exception, as rich and luxuriant a, any in the con ui v ot t i narthen and the Coru Lands upon the two last lots iay on a gentle rise of the valç, in a due soiuh aspect; and th Meadow and Pasture Lands have every convenience of her improvement, by the proper use and nianagenient ot water, which springs in great profusion out of the rising lands. These, with the other local advantages o) bcjftgncar Lime and Coal, and the small,distance from the best tuarket in South-Wales, render this property truly valuable. For particulars apply to John Williams Solicitor, Car- marthen.. C AttM ART KEN S! 1 111 E. NEAlt THE TOWNOF'LL.4NE1J.Y. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Satin day, the 8th day of December next, at the King's- Arms inn, in the town of Carmarthen, bet wen the hours of two and six o'clock in the afternoon, subject to the Con- ditions of Sale which shall be then produced, unless dis- posed of in the mean time by Private Contract, of which due notice wit] be given, By WILLIAM DA VIES, Auctioneer, L°t i. Ji LL th.it FARM and LANDS, called il GAR N-IIOW ELL and STAVELL-W EjS N, situate within three .miles* of the sea-port and inarket-town ,of Li.ANEt.iiY, in the said county, and adjoining the turn- pike-road leading fro.m' Llanelly "to Ekinori, and within a few hundred yards to the Carm'arthenshire-Raitwav; con- taining about 70 Acres of ARABIA' MEADOW, and PASTURE LANDS, and now let to a teirant at the rent of Lf)() per annum. The contiiitml rapid increase of trade at the port of Lla- nelly, the plentiful supply of arid Coals at a very cheap rate, and the great-consumption of every article of agricultural growth inlhe neighbourhood, are considerations that render these Lands ah object worthy the attention of those persons who may be inclined to become purchasers 01 lands.. SK3" There are Veins of Coal, Culm, and Iron Ore under th&SS Lands. Also, in the town of Carmarthen, on the same day, To be SOLD by AUCTION, Lot 9. All that neat And modern-built DWELLING- HOUSE, adjoining the Buffalo-inn, in Upper Market- street, in the possession of Mr. Morri»> Linen-Draper, now- let to him at the yearly rent of„ £ .'J0, but under lease tor a term ot 21 years, lately granted, at the reserved rent to the landlord of per annum. Lot 3. Also another, very commodious and eligible DWELLING-HOUSE foT carrying .on any trade or busi- ness, situate in Upper Market-street, and now held under an old lease, at the yearly rent of = £ 14.14s. but capable of vety great advance upon the expiration of the lease. for particulars apply to Joun Williams, Solicitor, Car- marthen. BRECKNOCKSHIRE. A desirable FREEHOLD FARM for SALE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL that desirable and Compact FARM, called LLWYN BEDW, situate in the parish of LAN VIG AS, in this county, in the occupation of Mr. Watkin Williams and his undertenants, under a lease, (of which seven year^ were unexpired at Michaelmas, 1804,) con- taining bv a late admeasurement upwards of 58 statute Acres of good MEADOW, PASTURE, ARABLE, and WOOD LAND, with THPEE COTTAGES and GARDENS, bounded on the south-side by Carvanell river, is capable ot great improvement, and has an extensive Right of Common. The Farm is. distant from the town, of Brecknock about seven iniles, fromCnckhowcn eight, Merthyr-Tidvil nine, and Abergavenny fourteen, all good market-towns; about one liaile from the. Brecknock and Abcigavenny Canal at Taly bont; and is within an easy distance of Lime and Coal. For a view,of the Farm apply to the Tenant; and for fur- ther particulars to Mr. Davies, Surveyor, Crickhovvell. WINTER STATE-LOTTERY begins: W DRAWING the.,28th of JAN UARY, 180.5. SCHEME. 1 of .ii.!5,OOO., is. Ji 'J5,000 2 — §0,000 — 40,000 3 — 10,000 3 5,000 — 15,000 6 — 1,000 — 6,000 10 — 500 !:i,OOO 30 — MX) — 3,000 60 — so 3,00b 6,150 -20 — 123,000 25,000 Tickets. £ ?.")(),(K)0 Tickets and Shares are selling at every Licensed Lottery Office., ( Price of Ticket- £ 18 7 0 Half £ 9 7 0 Eighth £ 2 7 6 Quarter 4 14 0 | Sixteenth • • • • 14 0 Persons in the Country wiJl be supplied with Tickets • or Shares on the same terms as if present, by sending post- office Orders, good Bills, Cash, Bank Notes, or Prizes of former Lotteries, to any, Licensed LoxTKJiV-OFrici. TO BE LET, HILL HOUSE, near Swansea, with 20 Acres of uncommon good LAN D, )uwst -beautifully situated, approached; and- surrounded,.hy avenuas of Fu's, and-toiuiiinnding most eacluuitiiig prospects. For titr Ipart ic-Lii a i-s enquire of R. N. Thomas; Esq. Solicitor, Swansea; or tlie Priiitfev of this Paper. TO, BE LET)- ANt> MAY it tNTERT.D U!'OX IMMEJE'.fA.TEM', RH'EEDING!, MILL, situated on; a: plentiful Stream or Water, in the parish of CAOOXTdSE'/wiHfio'- halt a iu eoinprising two Pair 'ol' Stories, (one pair iTcucii) aud.-ttie:Water Wheel 25 feet dxtatCter, The Miti is quite new, and there are excellent Lofts for storing Corn. Four Acres of good Land adjoining the Mill j#ay be had ntLctdy-UHy next, ti-required. Purther "be tiad of Mr. B. French, Wind- street, Swansea. -A LINE.:AF \VtfAilF GROUNI) TO BE LETj Fatten the PUBLIC QUAY and PIER. PLl'sON"} inclined to take LEASES? for Q() veais, commencing from the 25th day of March next, of 'i' above ground, in Lots not exceeding 30 or (50 yards each, n iu rt to the River, upon the following Terms, are desiied to i0iHfy tlie same at the Office of Mr'Jeffreys. ANNUM, RENT I'ER KUNNINO YARD, For the first three years, 2s: 6d. Second ditto, ,")5. Remainder of the term, 1011.. The f,)nhdåtÎol1 of a Wall towards the River, according to l j Ot, to hcjaid and raised: to such height '111d i i- ess as shall be required, within tlie first three _> cars. Tue VV ail tobe completed in the Course, of the next"s))c- ceedmg three veltri, ot sucit dimensions us shall be required. ftuuiisea, t\o\ i lh I, • FAUM. Wr ANTED, at Christmas next, a. FARM of 160 Acres or upwards, statute measure, consist- ing of ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND; together with a good DWELLING-HOUSE, and all ne- cessary o utlnllld; ngs, Pembrokeshire would be,preferred. Letters addressed "to A- 13- (post-paid) to the care of Miss Williams, Bookse,ller, Haverfordwest, mentioning the quan- tity of land, rent, and every other particular, will he'imme- diatety attended to. J O IRON-FOUNDERS, 7'0 TXT ANTED a goVxi MOULDER, who lias- V V been accustomed to Mould, in Dry Sand and Loam. Hcwill Be employed in making Castings for Rolling Miils and Forges.; and if he has been used to Cast,hard Rolls, it will be an ndduional recommendation. Apply to John Morgan, jun. Esq. and Co. Carmarthen j or to Air. Peter Maze, Merchant, Bristol. PEMBROKESHIRE. WILLIAM PEMBERTON, (Late Coachman to N. PHILLIPS, Esq. of SLEBECH) GOLDEN-LION INN, NARQERTM, BEGS leave to inforro his Friends and the P.iibiic, that he has taken and entered on the aboye. House, which be bas iitted up in the lijost comtortable man- ner, aIlll. humbly begs their support, it will be his eu- deavour to merlt.a continuance of. CHILDREN EMPLOYED at the JRRtD~GENl) ■WOOLLEN ■ MANUFACTORY OVERSEERS of the POOR may have an opportunity of placihg Ont in Emplo\ meiit a'consi- derable number pf CHILDREN, from 10 to -14 years of age,: on terms advantageous to their Parishes and bcneiieial to the Children, by apply ing -to tlie Manager there. Letters (post-paid) addressed to Me. Dare, at Bridgend Factory, wdl uieet an early answer. FOR BRISTOL, Tk Stoojy CARDIFF CASTLE, JOI1N JENKINS, Master; Constant l'rader, ahd a remarkably fast sadcr, lying at Swansea Quay., ready to take in Gootls and Pd'engers. Will sail on Saturday nexti the l?th of November, wind and weather pertuitting., The Cabin is neatiy fitted up for the accommodation of Ladies and Gentleinen. For freight Or passage apply to the Master, on board; or at the Plume of Feathers, WiiKt-atreet. CARRIERS. CM OULDING iy SIIIITLFY, inconsequence X of a Report industriously propagated, (Iw intrrrstcd persons) falsely stating that they .wure about to DEC LIN E the CARHIAOL BUSINESS, beg leave. to acquaint the Public, that they never h?id tbe most distant idea of relin- quishing that. concern. They also take this opportnnity of reUirning their most grateful thanks to their Friend^ and others who have ho"? noured them, torlong series of years, witii entrusting Goods to their cafe, d to asstvre tneia, that every exer- tion shall be 'continued on thtiir part, in safely and expedii tiously conveying all Good delivered to their Waggons. Their Waggon? load at the Castle and J^uleon* AIdersgate- street# London; arid they deliver Goods to Wm. Edwards, (of Citritiartlien) the South-Wides Carrier, irom v\hum they aiso receive Goods for all parts of England.: 1804. Srl itED, Ironi a Field near Carmarthen, otl SundayniKhMhe 7th October, 1801, a SOltREL or LlOilf-BAV COLOURED MAltE, lour years old, .with a long low back, a shortfall, and one white leg before and behind. Whoever will give inform«tbiJ of, and bring the said Mare to Air. Jones, of tlie Rose and Crown, Carmarthen, shall be paid tor his trouble.
THE CvgJiBMtvgjV. ■ SWANSEA, FRIDAY, November 9. T. JENKINS, Printer of this Paper, has the pleasure of an- nouncihg to those! enquiring for SPILSBlIilY 's l^VrEiV 1' ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, thac he litis just feceived a j'teth- supply Jrom the Dispensary, Soho-square, Lbrutou. Th<^ recent efficacy in a variety ot cases continually J aid be- fore the Public, increases much the demand tor thisva- luable Medicine; and the iu^rc contidence is placed in it. as the inhabitants of Swansea may now depend on tiavin3 the- Drops-genuine,if they will but observe tlwt tlif -Medi- cine offered to them has a black stamp fixed On the out-ide wrapper; as they may be. assured no bottle bearing a ltd stamp is issued from the Dispiusary Soho-square — Lt isiia- possible to couiiferteit the bfacl STUI IJ —Itssalutitry e feet-, in Scurvy, Gout, Rheumatism: bcrophula, are too well known to need observatioiiv The Bishop of St. David's address to the Clergy of his diocese, rn our first page, fully developed the pian of the Society for prcimoEfng Christian Know- ledge and Clitirch Union, (which we lately men- tioned) and is eminently entitled to general peru- sal, as well 611 account of the important objects proposed to be attained hy this excellent institu- tion, as for the pure spirit bf benevolence display- ed by the worthy and respected prelate. We hear that the exalted title of Burd was una- nimously bestowed on Ma Morgawg, (Mr. Ed- ward Willianis, .of -Fiemingstod, Glamorganshire^ by a Congress of Cambrian Minstrels lately as- sembled in North Wales—an jionour rarely,- if ever bestowed by them on a native of one of the southern counties. j Saturday, the volunteer infantry under the command of the Right Hon. Lord Kenyon, had an exercise of;target-firing, in the neighbourhood of Ilanmer, .Flintshire, when his Lordship very hand- somely gave a premium of ten pounds, in pro- portionate. sums, to the four most experienced shots in each of his five companies. The New Lottery, to be,.drawn--in. January next, was, on Wednesday the 31st ult. bargained for with the Chancellor, of the Exehequefv at ;t'15. 16s. per ticket, by-Messrs. Bish, RickurdsQ/^ Gmlkick,$Co. Brmiscomb § Co, and others. This is onenf the most advantageous bargains for. the public- that the Mi- nister has- tirade lor sorne time. Saturday night last a young man helonsin« to the Experiment,' of Carmarthen, Capt, Phillfps. fell from the gunnel of the vessel into our river, and^\aj unfortunately drowned. \V e a re coiiccrhed to state, that Mr. Collard, mas- ter of ati apple boat from C-iocester, while on his voyage from hence to Bristol with a cargo ofovs- ters lust week, was washed off his vessel, arid pe- rished he was respected by all who knew him, and his melancholy fat-- is-much regretted. Fifty-six cisks of contraband spirits, which had been seized in this neighbourhood, were brought to our Custom-House oh Saturday last. ° Wednesday'se'nnight.tite guard belonging to the mail-coach, was observed, by an Inspector of the Customs, (who happened to be within-side) to take two ankers of brandy from a house between Penryn and Truro, and stow it in the boot of the coach, with which'"they proceeded to Bodmin; Where the Inspector procured a warrant, and seized the liquor. New Radnor fair, last week, exhibited a very large shew of cattle, chiefly stores, which rather advanced in price but sheep- experienced a con- siderable reduction. At Appleshaw fair, last week, the supply of Dorset and Somerset ewes was under the quantity of former years. There were about 4000 Dorset, and 6000 ot the Somerset breed, and many re- mained unsold.— Wiltshire, Hampshire, and Sduth-Do'wn slieep were sold on Saturday morn- ing at less prices than they have fetched in gene- .0 ral at the late west country fairs, and the sales heavy.—On Friday, prime forward ewes fetched 53s.-per head; middle ditto 40s.; and some went as li)w as 28s. On Saturday, South-Down ewes >fOs. Horn ewes 30s.; knd iambs from 14s. to 22s. • At Bridgnorth fair, on Monday and Tuesday, latbeasts sold from 6d. toôtd, -per lb. sinking the oSkl. Sheep at about the same prkes.. Good nag horses sold at high prices; but strong waggon Colts and waggon horsef met with very dull sale. w oll, Salt butter, per gawn of 12lbs. sold from lis. 6d. to l'4sv^New meal cheese frqm 70s. to; ;f6s.- per cwt. of itolbs. fine old ditto at, 4l. 10s. A short suppty of both cheese and butter.—New hops s.old 'from fOs. to 88s. per cwt.—Many of the light-fingered gwitleinen- attended- the fair, and met with some success; though one was unfortu- nate enough to be detected in picking the pocket of Mr. Edward Giles, of Tedstall, near Bridg- north, of his pocket-book, containing bills to a. considerable amount, and- is safely lodged in the prison of that town. Sunday night, Mr. Tratt, father of Mr. Tratt, iron- inon-ger, on the Quay, Bristol, accidentally fell into the river near thedrawbridge, and although imme- diately taken out, and every medical assistance af- forded lum, he survived only threehours. I. The very extensive water corn mills, occupied by Mr. Pickering, at Frodsham-bridge, in Cheshire, took fire on the night of Friday last, and were en., tirely consumed in the, course of the following day. The greater part of the property is insured. Wednesday night a most dreadful storm of thun- der anùJightuingwàsexperienced in the city and neighbourhood of Hereford the lightning was re- markably vivid, and its-effects were equally felt in the vicinity of Brecon, and .at Kington and Ledhu- ry. N ear the latter place, the lightning shivered to pieces, in the same orchard, about one hundred and thirty trees, while the adjoining ones escaped unin- jured. A gentleman from Builth was struckotl his horse in going from Kington to Hereford, but was not materially hurt; neither have we heard of any other damage of consequence. A violent storm of thunder and lightning per- vaded the greater part of Cornwall on Wednesdav the 3.1st uK. I lie lightning was extremely vivid, yet we hive not bear J of any damage done by it. A violent spurt or wind passed through a part; of the parish of Keiiwvn, which overturned mows of corn, a furze-nck, apple-trees, and, whatever else stood in its v> ay and in the neighbourhood of Penzance many windows were broken by hail- 1 stones. A desperate affray happened at Trdro on the night ol Wednesday sc'nnight. Between ten and eleven o'clock, twi> men belonging to the 4th dra- goon guards now in the barracks of tliat town, went to ii, in Kenwyn-street,and request- ed liquor, which being refused them, they became outrageous, forced in one of the pannels of the outrageous, forced in one of the pannels of the door, and made off. They were pursued by the landlord and his 'ostler, accompanied by a neigh- bour,who soon overtook them; hut the two sol- diers-being joined by a third, a scuffle ensued in the street, and 011 the landlord returning to his house, he was followed by the soldiers, who burst open the door, brandishing their swords, and cutting away all before them, severely wounded two per- sons with their sabres, one of whom they other- wise treated in a. fiiest brutal manner. The ma- gistrates have very properly takeu up the business, and have COfillniHedone of the desperadoes' to 'prison, but the other two had not been identified at the date ot the last accounts from thence. The following is a. statement of the receipt and remittance to the Receiver-General of the Customs for the port of Bristol, in the three preceding months. Receipts. Disbursements.- August 13 7 ^3-1,017 13 4 September lij. )?5> 4 2 112,o64 10, 4 Octubel 46(t11 6 1 43,991 13 ,1 ,o £ -l-V-i 3 10 ^390,673, 16 ,.9 Thursday evenijig a sentinel in St. James's .Park, -blew out his brains witiist.bn duty, by puttingthe inuzgie of his musket into his mouth, an(t_ forcing the trigger with the toes of his left foot. -'f he'niit'oi-tuiiate name was John DaVies-; he was enlisted m May last; and the Ser- jcant had often heard him say, that 140 guineas was due to him from a brother in Wales; toe produce of a freef hold in Glamtli"gallsbirt:Yerdict, ldiatism. A potatoe, measuring two feet-4J niches round, is nowiil the possession of Mr. Jofm Ilc-tn* near Jlodnet, Salop, pro- puoedfrolll the sprout ol a common potatoe set-last spring. v; Copper Ores sold at Redruth, on Thttrsd^5r the 1st iusr. :-s •- ■ Mntfs. Tws. Purchasers. at per Ton. Dolcoath lt.t'-> Cornish Co, o £ p 8 0 ditto iMKrecntauCo. 5 8 0 (iitto 13i' Knt>hsh Co. ( 9 4 6 ditto 123 Cfiead. O. Williams and P. Grenfeii 2 3 6 I ditto ItQGorhishCo. 3 30 0 ditto 97 d'illd- 6, (1 o ditto>" 80 Rirnnngham&: Freenran 14 7:. Ô ditto ^4 Gornish Co. 5 5 0 j Wheal Gons 16 Freeman Co. & 11 0 Cook's Kitchen 1.1.0. llose Co.. ;4" r? 6 ditto .94 .Cliead..0. Williams P. GrenfeJl 6 16 6 ditto 78 Freeiiwii.Co..8 () 0 Tin Croli..1-1.6 Cornish Co. 5. ? 6 ditto lOOCtte.td.O.Witnams.Sc J\ (i'reufeii 8 16 6 Wheal Fanny 90 English Co. "IS'' 4 6 Teagues Ore HI Chead. O..Williams'&* f P. GIeuteU 311 6 Tons 1568: Standard l-il.
f. MARRIED. The lIon. Charles Bugenal Agar, brother to Jjord Vis- count Chfden, to Miss Hunt, of lianhydiock, Cornwall. ■; DIED. Thursday morning, at Keynsham, near Presteign, after a short illness, in the 77-th year of her Hge, the Dowager Countess of OxJ¡)¡d; to the-poor she was, a liberal bene- inctyess, and het tie?.lh' will long be regretted 'By every. one who knew her. 'Her Ladyship wn,-a hneal descendant 01 the ancient family of of rt'eHi > :d; Bcvks, and aunt, -by marriage, to the present Ea-; of-Oxford •: by 'her decqase,-ab««it 6iXf0k. per aunuiu devolves to Lei* sister, j Mrs. Blundell, of Bath, and about 25001. per annum to her nephew, the present Earl. •Mr. Robert raykMywP-IUwyn y-Qnuttie/near WrextiHin. Mrs. ^ugb, wife ol Mr. Morris 'Pugr., gardener, of Bisiiop's Castle. Atter a few hours illness, at Stock House, Dorsetshire, Jofm iJerKeley Borland, Esq. one ol the Kepresentauves in Parliament 'lor 'l'otness. Miss J-.oye Statford, ot Kiag's square, Bristol, a mem- ber of the Society of Friends. At lauutoii, Mr. John O'f St. Auaustme's Pnradr, linstol. Mr. Edward ^turton, wodllen-draper, of Shrewsbury.
MILITARY PROMoriONS. First Battalio/i vf Carmarthenshire Volunteer hiftwtry, Lieutenant Thomas Thomas to be Adjutant, vice It-whig, resigned Ensigit Rees Thomas to be Lieutenant, vice Seth Lewis, promoted. Dav id- Gwyjj, Xient. Froign,, vice Rees .Thomas. in the 4th batulion of volunteer infantry.
SHIP NEWS. SWAN SF-A .-»-The shining in our harbour fortuiidielv ieceived little or no injury dur- ing, the. previtifncf ot,the tremendous gales 011 Satuvdav, Sunday, apd Monday lasl; but.sc\eral vessels at the ilianibles were much damaged: tne Heeo--ery, Pawswi, from "Cardiff -to Falmouth,with- coafe; bunk, but as she lies. d4y <t low- water will be repairable on IieV cargo 1/e.ing disc: -urged: others lost their bow-sprite &c. The John Byrkin, oftiat- combe, arrived at the Mumbles yesterday.with the lWs of her sails: the Morristoii and Encfeavour ariue'd brigs renyiin there wind-bound. Arrived, the' Gardin' Castle, JehJcins, from "Brktel; aird Viiiity, Jones, from Glocester, with sundries; Frietltbitrp. lleynolds, froin Falmouth Hope, Yeof from Plymouth Ruse, Davie#; Fortitude,, Vivian^.CIuli>w, IUce; Pitui^o, Moliard;. Harford, Walters; Good Intent, Evans man, Davi6s;; Providericc, Jonesand DiMeiVeAVillJaift! from;St>Ives; with copper Prtaf, from cfmb, with clay Handy, VVi!liami, -fcum. iVJ'dfnrdi- KJizahefi;, Hughes, from Amlwch; Bee, Jones, Ifpni JJiistpl r S^ecia- tqr, Grenfeii; and-Peggy, Lobb, fo^,Eo;vvey.EU/ai>j^i, Jones j Goodwill, Lancey; Florai Williams; ^Viliiaui. Tjt'o- mas; and William, LobbettV'ffom.'Barnstaple; ilctMo"ntv, Sutton, from Penjsance; ^)eedweHi'lAigg; Ann and Sarah, Prescott; and J.hn and-Afaty;Beer; ftom Iltracombe Mary, Jones, from St. Anne s JPeace» Bagwett^froin Brid- port; Two Brothers, Edwards; BTary, Tuchards; -aiHl In- duitry, Quick, frofn St. I-ves*, aH in ballast. Cleared OUlf The Happy Coupte, Phillips, for.tritol and Providence Papbet, fcoiw*, >for-GUoceister, -yirti in- dries; Eliza Ann. Pvees, for Keath, with .iron-and deals-; New BtesMngt. Tedballi .for Corfc -Sany, Thomas ;A'ge- noria, Jamss and Peace, Pow'fef, for W'af6rford Nancy, Reilly, for Dangarvto; Expeditiohj Slorgan^tor Youghaff j Trinity, Ed^ar, fbr -Wexford; R,ambler,' BrowrTestdn, for r; V London A-uspicibus, Levering and JVaternjouth, Cut- liffe, for Ilfrac-ombe; Mariana, Bond Richard, Linnett; Onesiphorus, .Tremethick John and Susan, Tucker ;JIap- py Couple, Clark and Providence, Thoihas, for St. Ifes Betsy, Perkins, for Mirieliead; Fly, Williams;-foi- P«d- stow Partner's Adventure, Gim:n y.'and Ponmon Castle, Hughes, for Bridgewater Betsyi Tregartheii,for Trero Dasf«er, Williams; WnHatnj-DatUng and Astrca,Button, for Bideford Friendship,. Wehb, tor Fahnoiith and Yx- press, Luke, for Baritsfaple; all with, coat or cilm. Ncaih:— Arrived, the Ann, Williams, IrOni Chester, w i'h bricks; Nancy, Beaver* from Bridgewater," with hiitlt:'Hnd bricks; Bridgewater, Hoare, from ditto, with timber, brinks, deals, &c. Ti'IaJ.Morn"; from Bristol with sun- dries; Peliew, Ley, from St. Ives, with copper ore; and John, Key, from Cork, in ballast. Cleared out, the Fowev, Rowe, for London, wirh pig iron; Trial, Morris; and Happy Return, Broomham, far Bristoli- with sundries Sisters, Vaughan, for ditto, wiih C flron, ieather, &c. Fancy, Williams,for ditto, with copper Mary, Shapfey.; and Spes.ti.veM, Swallow, JMr .Lun.i .n, with Stone coai Susannah, Jones, for St. Ives; A-ii Jiut Sarah, PresCbtt;' and Fellevv, Ley, for- lllracombe; Blessing, -Haiidsori Rose, -Lake; aii'd' -Dart, Bin ke, far •Darthiouih; Atiii, Wi)liafnS, 'for pwlht'ly Rrnlgc>Titer, iloaw., -for Bridgewater; Fraaci*, Jar.uicjafC tor Fveter; -an<i Joi<n, Key, for Corjc, all with.coa) or cultH: 1 noibas, Ilandson, for Plymouth, wJtli,irqn bnllast; ajid ISaycv, 'for A i Cardiff.—Arrivedr the forester, Jones and'-C-asik, Cleu*Ws, fro«j Bristol, with":feihi1fics .'Abhev, Mcft'is, Irom Chepstow, wuh elm tkii.ber; Ar^'i, Cyrje, ikji., conibo, with household goods Cwt 11111». irom Cardigan: CybeleK ,Sn»ethain, .frohi New pott; S^TI v, K«- riam, trom Exeter, anH'SH'ctff, irom- Phiiiou"tii,*in ball&st." ''r S> Sailed, the. Ja'ne-; D.iv^es "atVd^GertrJ^e, Candy, Tor Londop Birmingham, Moore, for Bristol,; Tavvyii, Jortt s, Abbey,- Morris -few Chepstow, with wpo. Castlemalgwvn, Evmjs, for Duiidaik^ with inor;, l»rk, and coals 'flarris, "for Bfisu.I, wifh sun- dries; and Mary, Go'lHd, t^r padstow, with coyis. ther i*eacc;*mi tHe^fty»VJ^ifj^e,. and Nanev, Richards^ irom Bristol, with sua. )ties; VVil- liain, Crocker, lroin P11 in^ w ith jin an.d piie.h;ird.«; aod 1*01ly and Betsy. fje*ellvn,_ from Ll.ane|y, w.uh coals. Cleareil out, the Industry, Roberts,'tor Loudon, with butter, oats:■»! d «ln}> anch«rs< Union, -Evans, for Sal, eoats, witli, Qit tin -p!atgs.,„and iron.; Ann, -Hcvaon, tor Plymtjiith, with butter, oatj, -.and -coals,; Wfuiaiu, Crockei, for Pen/.iince, with butter Welcome, Davids, for Bristol, with oats, and .butter; and Hope, Bariiey, for with oats. o Ilmr Uy.-r-Arnnedi A«"Mary Anaj"Morgan, 'from C-ar- luarthte.i, with suydo^i: Cleared out, the Friendship, Richards Peagv,-Lewis; Friendship, Matthias and Cambria, ThQaw-T,- for Cardi- gan; Ellinor, Wiiii^ias; and Unity, fOlies, for Pw!Let\ Active, Driiininotid"^ and- Friertds, iCiimisTng,fyr;.Pfy- moutli; Diligence, Le Ku^eiitj andlS'x Brotliers, W*h&. Ian, for Dungarvan. 7Jrfct«»i.Arrwedji. the Camijja, Akerman, from -Bilboa .Taffron PetTjuello, Jacobs, irout Satttaoder; sunl Brothers, D'alling, from Guernsey. Entered out, the New Expedition, HawVins and Dove, Orr, for "Sn-a-Yissa. Truni.~Eiitet2t.l. inw^ds-, ttte -Brothers, DaJton, "from Swansea, with co«ls. yed, the .Industry,-Salt,, from Swansea; Ann aiid Susaii, Collijiy; ain.d'United Friends, ocacti, rroui Kesth.. r Charicstown.—ArrPycscl, flje' Mariner, Baot:s; and Ilen- dra, Meihuislv Iroia Swansea. Padstom.— Arrived, -fne '-Jndustrsyr French'; Fraiicis, Steer; Harmony, Tucker; and Penzance, Jennings, all from Swansea.» Oct. 29.-—Arrii^d, fhe 'iftd'ustry, MvC^rthv; Pil- grim, Julian Kenow'ti, TedbaH'; ''and'Swan, Htigh'es, trom Swfiiiseaj:with coals; Taftfer,- Wirght* 'front iNeatb, with culm; Sturdy, Beggar, Waggett Mary, PhU.ips; Nancy. Triselan; all; §rr Michael, ^ilHvan, from Catdiff, s with coals and wro.ught iron.; and Lucy, -Edwards, from Pembroke, with'culiii. Nor. 1 —It was reported tjikf the Mary, from Cardiff for Cork, taden with cbelS, hdd"b*ee.h Tost; »ve are glad, how- ever, Jo loapi that ^ite is arrived in Youghall. ¡. The Prudence/ of Wexford; from Swansea to Wexford, ifc lo»t oil the Ea^JJar, Dubljn, Svith tlirce ot her crew; one man was saved by.the .CfJuden cutter.. fhe Active, of ^e'vvpo^, Nichalas, trom Swansea, was wrecked near- BfcMfojwi tni morning pt the '26th uft. J he Captain and crcVfierished. A sloop belonging to Wexford, from Milford, laden with culm, sunk on Sunday.uight,th« 28th ult. on the East Bar, Dublin. The iNep-ean revenue cruiser's boat saved-part of v-the qjew, Irpt-ihe-remainder AJiitb^tunivtely ^Miudied- TUe \.([\< l'jture, £ !vans,Trom Carmarthen Jor Weymouth, with oats; "and rtre lfn<vard,"3-ut1er, trom Cardilf tor Lcm- doi>, wi}h^ron, put kit6vMdlopd,-last week, much damaged, and .-am.-n itnload to repait'. — „ The Anna Charlotta, £ r»ck, froju BristoJ,'to Rotterdam, is on .shore near il-urs-t Castle. The Eliza and Ami, ——r—, from London to Wales, captured ou tlie Ijtll ult.-and earned nito Dieppe. IIIGII WATER ON-SWANSEA-BAR ,i Fur.the ensuing Week. f ■■■ Days, Morning. ■; Eyje.ning. Height. 11. *jU .J- H. M-, F. J. Saturday IU £ 2 11 %5.. 9 q Sunday 11" "39 ,"t* 39.. S p M onday 1 'W j 1 66 9 9 Tuesday Jy9 2" -59 11 6 Wednesday. 3-°7 3 .)• 13 B Thursday. 4" 1;J 45B r 15 y Friday a 1 |5 <i8 17 3 HIGII WATER AT TOE PASSAGES For the: ensuing Week. Days. I Morning, j Evening. I R. si. II. M. •Saturday H 34 11 47 .Sunday lii vt '1 j •Mouday 1 41 2 18 Tuesday JI f 2 '.51 3 t'l Wednesday 3 49 I 4 12 Thursday ) 4 j- 5 i) Friday; ( 5 :3, j 5 3%
France; This was one of the principal causes of the many pecmjiiry aaci political sacrifices it has made to continue its neutrality. These would not, h6wever, have prevented the Bourbons in Spain from already sharing the destiny of those of France, had not a family disagreement among the Bona- parte? procured them a respite. It is repotted that the Spanish Government are in possession of the whole plan for effecting a revolution, and a change of dynasty in Spain as wait as in Naples-and that Lucien Bonaparte is destined to the throne of the former, and Joseph Bonaparte to that of the latter Mugdom. The Spanish conspirators had accredit- ed agents at Paris, whom the Spanish Ambassador there, Admiral Gravina, has demanded to have de- livered up, but who, notwithstanding the efforts and searches of the French police, have- totally disap-' peared. Among the papers in the power of the Court of Madrid, is said to be a letter from Tatley- rand to the rebels, telling them, that for several reasons the Emperor of the French desires them to postpone their efforts for'the recovery of their liberty untIl a conquest of, or a peace with Great Britain.' In Portugal and in Spain it is generally believed that Bonaparte meditates an overthrow of all thrones occupied by Bourbons, and to give them to his brothers and other relatives; The appoint- meutsof the military Ambassadors, Bournonville and Lasnes, to the Courts of Madrid and Lisbon, is thoilglit not to be unconnected with this conspiracy. Copies of the discovered papers are reported to have been sent to Naples, Vienna, and St. Peters- burgh." A lattT from Spain has the following remarkable hen ^Louisiana was ceded to France, | it vrxi generally understood that the cession waS absolute, nor could it be imagined tli it the Spanish OovtjttHiient would ■'have taken any exception to whatever disposition might be ai'terw-arJs made of it. It-is to* the grandfntriguer, the disturber of Eittope, that all the mi^chiet whi bin en made Is'ta be traced. Bonaparte gave the Cabinet of Ma- drid, to understand, that he accepted of Louisiana, Gaiy1 to enable him to* protect nicr., ^fL^taally the .'Spanish Colonies against the Heretics of -England and- North America, and to strengthen the alliance between the two great catholic powers of Europe, to i^hom he was in. hopes shortly to be able to add the kingdom of Ireland. He had scarcely ob- taihed the cession, than, on purpose to disconcert and distress'the Spanish Government, he entered into negotiations for its sale with the American Agents. A compensation of a very different kind v*as at'fftst projected by Bonaparte, As-soon' as lie had actually transferred the property to. the Americans, he set his spies and creature^ at work to instil jealousies into the rii^h Government,' respecting the, designs ol Americ a. Even forged letters tnem submitted to certain persons in Spain, ashavÍng been intercepted and some persons of very high rank were persuaded that, the mines of Mexico were the real object with the heretics, while they pretcnd< d to i e lo'ciate for Louisiana. A t the same time he secretly encouraged the Americans to to the Floridas, in order the uiore completely to excite the jealousy of a Go- vernment he v lshea to ruin." -Jt-wasr} e-ttrcUv \ury t oudderitly' reported, that otfr resident at N'dp h his experienced it, similar treatment to that which Sir George Rumbo'id has lately met with hear llai iburgh,' life is stated to liave been carried ori bv a set of rujjiam employed by the ruffian Emperor. 'Orders were sent last night from the Admiralty to Deal for the, fclockuding'squadron to proceed ofi' Boulogne, and to kep off that port, to watch the movements "of the cnemv's flotilla. Government having received information, that a movement, is fihrout to take place. Sir Thomas Graves's division, consisting of the Toitdroyant, Terrible, and Colossus, were to,< sail yesterdayfrÖlU Plymouth, to reimorcer our squa- 5ron off Corunna and Ferrol. Letters have been received from the Beaulieu and Bacchante frigates, announcing their-safe ar- rival on the 2 ist of August in Carlisle Bay, Barba- dos, with the outward-bound fleet from Cork, all ■wed. The Mediterranean, outward-bound neet sailed 11" from Portsmouth, under convoy of the IrihiiiH, Prevoyant, and Camel. The J iveiy,. Wasp, and at the fame time to join Sir John ()i It") squadron. ae Captam Cta''k, .frum Cadiz, bound to XonJo laden with hide", t l'ov, Lvc. is ar- rived at Piymouth she sailed the IGth of October, at titiie there were only three British vessels Jfeft m that port. The last dispatches from the Mediterranean <s £ ate, that the Donegal, of 3;4 guns, Capt. Sir Itiehard Strachan, was cruizing oA Cadiz, for the purpose of detaining any. Spanish vessels that might arrive off that port. In the month of January last, a large French schooner sailed from Rangoon, in the East"indies, bound to i"ranee, having on boa-i-tt a valuable cartjo ol* bale, goods, that had been landed there from a ship- under Danish colours, which vessel had sailed again with a cargo of rice for Madras. The schooner was to touch at the Isle of France fbt-hcrnnal orders. Another French vessel was fitting out there to carry a cargo of the same kind to Fraxicer which, it was understood, the Danish ship would in like manner bring from Madras under jDanish colours, as soon. as she coulld, dispose of her :rlC13 at that Pesidency.—rWe learn, that the parti- culars of this traffic and conduct of neutral vessels iia/1 been fully disclosed to the Governor General in India* who, no doubt, has. by this time 'taken such measures as will effectually preytnt a repeti- tion of this iUicit trade. Orders have been given to Send out with all pos- sible dispa-tch every kind of stores, provisions, "sud clothing, for the use of the garrison at Gibral- tar; atthe-ame time we understand a reinforce- ment of troops will be embarked for.that place. 6'' In consequence of the alarming sickness which slid prevails at Gibraltar, a Medical Staff has been ordered to the Mediterranean. Two experienced army physicians, Fellows of the Royal College, Dr. Fellows and Dr. Bowles, have been selected tor this tefvice. On,Monday lastthe Heads of the Synagogues in J^adon had a meeting to alleviate the distresses of the remaining part of the families who have suf- fered so much by the contagious, tV\vr at Gibraltar, when they collected about six hundred pounds, for the benevolent purpose, and afar greater sum is cipected to be raised. A French family have lately arrived in town from Bourdeaux. From their report it appears, that the most tyrannical and vexatious arrests have lately taken place in. that city, aftd likewise at Nantz. No less than five hundred persons, most of whom are merchants^ and even waggoners, have been taken up and imprisoned in these towns.-— The exact reason of these oppressive measures^ they are at a loss to explain; but the terror im- pressed by them has occasioned their precipitate flight from a place where the innocent and guilty are confounded, and. where even industrious po- verty endeavours in vain to ply its useful labours. Letters from Malta mention the death of Mr. Charles Lock, our late Minister in Egypt.. Stocks experienced a considerable rise this morn- ing. The 3 per Cents, rose to 58| the Reduced to 57|, and the Omnium tp8*. 9 premium. It is' supposed they will be still higher. The rapid in- crease of the "sinking fund, and great surplus it h$$at this time produced over the calculated amannt,ate circumstances of the mo.st encoura»-!v ing na-ture fur the nation. Perhaps the deierrirfg the. meeting of Parfyua'ieiit, A sk«ws that Go- vernment is in no want of money, may have as- sisted in producing the rise. Sugar has rose 12 per cent, and coffee 5 per cent, in consequence of the late hurricane in the West Indies. In the Court of King's Bench, yesterday, a rule- was granted to shew cause why a-criminaf-informa- tion should not be filed against William Henry Bourne, Esq. John Btvdd, of Pall Mall, bookseller, and George Sidney of Northumberland-street, printer, for printing and publishing a scandalous, and malicious libel against Earl St. Vincent, con- tained in two printed pamphlets, one of which had been suppressed, and the other publicly sold, ac- cusing the noble Earl of various instances of mis- conduct while in office.