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SHREWSBURY CORPORATION-—When the poration Commissioners arrived at Shrewsbury^ I Corporation passed a resolution formally deny1 the right of the Commissioners to enforce the right of the Commissioners to enforce thell' At tendance, or to compel the production of tbeir ments, but declaring that, out of respect to his M a I jesty's Commission, they were willing to supP'/j the Commissioners with all the information ca for. The result of the investigation reflects, I every respect, the highest honour on the Corpof tion; and at the termination of the enquiry, j Deputy Recorder, John Bather, Esq. addressed t I Commissioners in a very courteous and speech, which elicited the most fervent applal"~[ I and the Commissioners acknowledged the I courtesy with which they had been treated. | -Corporation of Shrewsbury is decidedly Tory as the Chester Courant pithily observes ThlS, the gentlemanly and pleasant manner in which t Tories have always acquitted themselves in I public capacities." I EXTENSIVE SEIZURE OF MACHINERY —A J quantity of machinery for the manufacture of woolly j about to leave this country, has just been seized W I the officers of the Customs. And report says t" | a Treasury order for machinery of a very differe^ J description was the pretext under which it was j have been shipped. The Lords of the Treasury caøf\!I be too particular in granting applications of nature, as the complaints from the several iiiailu d t turing districts are, with very great justice, loud ØJg frequent, and the punishment of parties attempt* j» 1 fraud uuder such sanction should be as severe a» l,tjJ law will admit. The commissioners of his Majesty. Customs should expressly direct the vigilance of th officers to the subject.—Morning Herald. DEATH QF AN ECCENTRIC CHARAGTF.R. Friday last died at Madingtop, aged 72, Mr. Paucutt, carpenter. Thedoceased was well.kn°WIB y I Oxford, bi» house having beet* occupied as a J J residence during the HUi»n^rr months, by varl°rV. j families of Oxford, for upwairds af half a ccn<" I He had an extraordinary njco^ory, and could re^°.a<re the days of the death and burial of all in the viHa" I from his boyhood. He kept an exact accoun of I daily expenditure and the Mate of the weather. fiJl the last thirty years he has been accustomed to fJ in a garret with the window open all the year roa^ He was so partial to beer, that let him come ever so tipsy, he would not retire to bed without ,I usual cilp full (half a pint) of his home brewed, a# drank the same quantity of cold water every morm S before he got up. He kept no books, but his "were written on spare pieces ofboard with a I and placed in a small room appropiated expressly [ the purpose. He had made during his lifetime no than 1103 coffins aud being apprehensive that P g J nephew might not provide one for himself, he | directions for the boards, and they were I three.days only previous to his death. He was W" inarried.-Gioucesier Chronicle. I AFFAIR OF HONOUR.—We learn that a has recently taken place between two influent! members of the turf—Mr. Gully and Mr. Ridsdale-Jj till lately confederates and confidential friends. appears the quarrel originated as to the Hon- M- winning, on the late St. Leger, and that a blow struck, he not suffering any man to take libert'^ with his name." The aggrieved party intends "I'P*^ ingto the law for redress.—Audi alteram parte our motto and we therefore decline entering into ex-parte statement, though authenticated by a c°^ respondent on whom we unquestionably rely* Sporting Magazine. SHIPWRECK.—The galliot Hill, ofNewry, Bellingbam, master, from Newry to Liverpool, wl f oats, was totally wrecked on the-Anglesea coast, ties to Prlcstholme Island, on Friday morning i hands saved, but the vessel went totally to pieces. HORSF. KILLED BY A BOAR.—The followi^ singular instance of the ferocity of a boar occurr in the vicinity of this city a short time sincee horse having been pht into a meadow in which a boar and some store pigs, was attacked by former, which, it is supposed, instantly infliV such a wound upon it as to render it incapabte^^ j effectual resistance the entrails were torn out, I the poor animal whilst in this state being set uPg » by the whole of the pigs,'was partly devoured al»*^ 1 The horse was rather valuable, and the loss tof f J I owner, Mr. Llewellin, is of consequence.— fiery 'I Journal. FATAL ACCIDENT,—On Monday last, as landlord of the dreyhoiiiHl-liin, at Louth, ws«' moving a great-coat belonging; to one of his gues loaded pistol, which was in one of the pockets, off, and he received the contents in his body, off, and he received the contents in his body, oolo effects of which he died almost immediately.- Herald. I UPSETTING OF A TRAVELLING MFNAGEftIF. OB Friday evening week, a travelling menagerie proceeding from BaUyniahon to Longford »n 4 cendmg the canal bridge near the former town, overturned, and rolled into a deep drtch on the r0j*~ side. So great was the slioek that the doors of cages were forced open, and beasts, birds, reptiles all, were jumbled together en masse. An unfbrtØO racoon fell in the way of a hungry tiger, and £ devoured in an instant; a chamois and a ni"B v shared the same feet, and several yards of a boa coo strictor found a resting place in the capacious be of this tyrant of the forest also, before he seemed, an affair which was not completed wit" much difficulty and danger.-Athlow Independest. f FORGERY IN IRELAND.—The prinairjJrti tOpiC (J conversation in high life, and anion;* the c'fl,J?j1ti Dublin, for the last few days; is the flight °f. Scott Vandeleur, Esq. charged with having coram'1 forgeries to a large amount. It is said that the of England is the principal sufferer, owing to f°r,jC|i powers of attorney. The branch banks at Lim" have been losers to the amount of 9000/. and bankers in Dnblin have sustained considerable Mr. Vaudeleur is son to the late Colonel Vandel g and a near relative to the venerable judge. Be High Sheriff of Clare two years since. About or eight years ago he married Miss Molony ~g0l. county, with whom he received a fortune of By this lady he has five children, and it is said she that t I ceived a letter from him last Monday, stating, jp. neither she nor his children would ever see him thir He was a member of the Kildare-street and oe., clubs, and played high. Mr. Vandeleur's age not exceed 38. Peace officers have been despa after him to England. after him to England.

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