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WI! 2.t FOREIGN ISTEL LIGiiNCE. Paris, Jan. I.-Tlic Merchants have lately had several confcrrences with the M in isters of his Imperial Majesty, on the present stafe of affairs; and have submitted to them, that trade has, siuce the Berlin and Milan Decrees, taken quite a new direction, and is carried oil by very circuitous routes, and by persons dis- avowed by the real Merchants.. The Ministers annoullced,thal his Majesty's intention was, that Neutrals might trade freely with France, and France with Neutral Conn" tries; that the above-mentioned Decrees had heen pointed only against the commerce of England; and that, if they have heen inter- preted, and a false meaning given to them, the Merchants should make representations, which would be favourably heard. It already appears to be agreed, that the visit at sea. a measure of policy adopted by all rial ions, is not a violation of itfiutrai rights, and that the Decree of Milan was tn- tended to prevent the visit directed by the Orders of Coullcil of Nov. i807 by which neutrals were obliged to go to Ifiugland, and there pay a tribute. It is also understood, that the embargo and provisional sequ ^f^ lion of American vessels in France, were in consequence of the Embargo Law of America, followed by the Non-intercourse Act that we therefore considered the who came into our ports, as disguised Englishmen4 ,i tid that since America has repealed her laws, ours sh-oulri fall of themselves. The merchants flatter themselves, from these communications, and from the news laieiy received that America was not disposed to yield to England, that the political relations be- tween the two countries, for theestahlishineul of perfect harmony, will become active; and as it seems that bothlilabonshave a well pro nounced iateutin their success, they will pro- bably agree on some provisional basis, and permit trade to resume its relations, reserving the ulterior discussiou ou tht; great tiuctitivii of mariluue rights.
T GAMEKEEPER. ANTS a place at GAMEKEEPER, a middle aged man, an excellent shot, lid who understands the breaking of dor,s, and is Iso a good angler; he can have an undeniable Jfiaiacter from a Gentleman with whom lie lias IVfid 5 or 6 years. APPLY to Mr. Griffith Thomas* Tan y Merionethshire* ^th January, 1810. BTHfCATIOS* CHESTER. AT MR. NJELD'S Mathematical, and Commercial Acadeffly, Youth are boarded and educated ill all the branches of literature French, Italian, Drawing, Music and dancing, which are extra charges)* f»r Twenty- four Guineas per ann. Entrance one Guinea; and gashing half-a Guinea per quarter.—lie only takes ten boarders, who experience all the com- ets which can be enjoyed ia a private family. Jov particulars, letters addressed to Mr. Nigi.d postpaid), will be duly answered. B. School re-opens on Monday, January '5th 1810. Hibernian .4-i-ins, Holyhead. JAMES K^OWLESTLATE of GWYNDU, respectfully informs his friends and the PUblic of the Unittm Kingdom, that he has open- ed the above extensive and cornmodions House, 11108t advantageously situate within a few yards qlf thP lart(lin- plac of the Packets and Custom 0u*e and hopes by due attention to the cons- and wishes of those who may honor tiini lth their support, to experience in bis new' uuatjon, the same patronage which was so emi- re"(ly conferred upon his family and himself at /INDU, and for which he begs to repeat his "tost grateful acknowledgements. (fct* New Chaises and able Post Horses. 1 Sea-sidn, Holyhead, Dec. 19th 1809. CARNARVON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Saturday the 17th day of February 48IG, a! the Sportsman Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, between the hours of three and five of the clock in th afternoon, in such Lots and sub- ject to such conditions as shall then he agreed upon A I'I. that Freehold Messuage «r Dwelling House, with the Piot piece or parcel of *^aod or Ground belonging and adjoining thereto, ail,tlate in Castle-street, in the town uf Carnarvon oresaid, and now in the occupation of William ILLIAMS, Victualler. The ahove Dwelling Mouse is contiguous to ]he Market Place, Carnarvon, -and we'll adapted *°r the public line, and the Ground adjacent thereto may be divided into advantageous allot- ments for the purpose of building upon. The tenant will shew the premises, and for urther particulars apply at the Office of Mr. H. K. Williams, Solicitor, Carnarvon. NEW STATE LOTTERY. To be Drawn in One Day, 14th February, 1810. SCHEME. 4 > £ 20,000 80,000 4 5,000 20,000 12 1,000 12,000" 20 .n 500 10,000 20 100 2,000 44 50 2,?00 36 25 ?100 4»860 J5 7i',000 £ 200,000: his Lottery is upon tire same Plan as the las( Cansists of only 5,000 Numbers (from 1 to 5,0 )0 ^elusive) but there are Four Tickets of each which will be severally entitled to what- s er Prize is drawn against such Number; for » £ ««*, if No. I should be drawn a Prize of the Four Tickets of tha-t Number wi|l be entitled to = £ 20,000, making, iu the whole, ^80,000. # o Shares will he entitled to their Proportion. TICKETS and SHARES Are ON SALE AT ALL THE OFFICES. TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, the -Sportsman Inn, in the town of Carniryon, in the county of ,Carnarvon, on Saturday the 20th. (lay of January, 1810, between the hours f three and five d'eiock in the afternoon sub- let to such conditions as shall he then produc- d, unless disposed of in the mean time by ivate Contract, of which due notice will be jT^HE following eligible Freehold Farms li" 4nd Premises, situate, lyins; and being in p,tri,shee, of Llandwroff and Llanwnda, 4k tlle said county of Carnarvon, in Five Lots. LOT. Ist. Cefn'r hengwrt. S. Glan'i-avon. S. Store House. 4. Tyn y [-one,. 5. Ty'iirhds. are now set to tenants at Will, at the *7% rent ot £ 120. I:Ika This is a most desirable property, ia a pleasant ,e1(t of the country, adjoining that valuable and: ".I_V(' inclosed marsh, called Morfa Oiullaen, to (1,ra le allotnwntof which will be annexed clllr I Estate, the land is in a very hi^h state of of within four mites of the Market Town V >ttrvon, and half a mile of the- Port of i'r.i-. where lime and other manure may be f ',U,T' :'f a 'uoderate rate. Mr, j !'u''iculars may be had by applying to J. r .S, AtlorDc.y at Law, Caiuarvou, v PURSUANT to an order.of the High Court A. of Chancery, made ia a eaese Jo a ks against K eMbi,3, whereby it is referred >o John CAlfp. V.rr,L, Esq. one of the Masters (Ii the said Court, to inquire who is the heir at law of Robert Jon es the Teitator, in the pleadings meufitwed therefore any person or persons claiming to, be the heir or heirs at law of the said Rort. Jowks, late of St. Mary Hill in the City of London, Brandy Merchant, deceased, who died on orjiboiu the bill day of July are fMdlwfth to Coific iu feel ore (he Mid Jay:* Cnneen i.l, ;5q. at his Ovice tM Southampton Buildings, Chancery Ltjne, London and tnake out their desoentor in default thereof they will be excluded the benefit of the 1 said order. 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, he tween the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions, unless dis- posed of hy private- contract, of which due notice will be given. THE following Freehold Estates in seve- ral Lots, Cae Garwucha and C-ae Garwissa, in the Parish of f.Ianiestyn, in the county of Car- narvon, occupied by John Roberts, and Jontf Roberts as tenants at will. The ahoft Farms lie in a pleasant part of the country and within six miles of (he Market town of Pwllheli* and four ef Portynlbell; where lime may he had at a very moderate rate, are capable of great improvement, and adjoin those Valuable commons called Carnfadryn and Rhosllandin wen, the Litter of which has been set out. and allotted, and above nine acres or excellent ground is allot :ed lor the above premises, and the purchaser wil be en;it:cd to a large portion of the other COlli. mon called Carnfadryn, which is now in a )r trillg divided. Another callefl Tyn y Cava in the parish fo PPlllllorfa, Had now in the holding of Thomas Pif-rcb as tenant af will. Ttlis Farm will he either sold in one or three lots, and lies in a, most delightful ,il¡¡atlon and is capabic ofgreait improvement, beiosr all arable; is well watered and has a valuable Turbary there- upon: it has also an uniimit led right of 'common upon, Garn Ooihemnach, and the adjoining hills. HOUSES in A House wiih a Court and Outbuildings aHach- ed thereto, in the holding of David Jenkins, Owk.* Owkhts, and William Williams.. A House with the same convenience* in the iiolding of John Pricii vrd, Shopkeeper. A do. and do. in the holding of Robert Cadw alai)f.r, senior. A do. and do. in the hold ing of J o h I'Ricu a ftot Shoemaker. A do. and do. in the holding of G A Y 14 0 It Davies. A d). and do. in the holding of William ROBERTS. These Houses are most excellently built and are in a very compleat repair, and situated ill the most convenient part of the town for business. The tenants of the respective premises will shew the same, and further particulars may be had hv applying at Mr. Robt. Griffith's Office, at Pwllheli. December lStft 4809. Carnariumshire Timher. TO BR SOLD nv AUCTION, At tfie Sportsman inn, in the town of Carnarvon, on 811torllay the 17Uidayof February next, between the hours of fonr and six in the after- noon, subject to conditions then to be pro- duced, either in the following or such other Lots as shall then be arrt,e(i upon, unless pre- viously disposed of, of which due notice will be given?-— LOT f. SIX lint wired nnd fori y-six Trees numbered with Paint, and eighteen Cyphers Growing on Peny bryn Farm, in the Parish of Llandwrog, in the holding of Mr. Evan GA R NONS. LOT It. Two hundred and twenty-seven Ash Trees, seventy-one Alders, three Willows, one Syca- more, live Birch, an I two Cherry Trees, growing on the same Farm. LOT I II. Three hundred and fifty- one Oak Trees num- bered with Pain;, and iour Cypher* growing on a Farm called Taly in the said Parish of UandrtTog, in the holding of Mr. Griffith Thomas. lot IV. One hundred and six'J-l"vcn Ash, twenty-six Sycamore, eight Birch and Llm, numbered as I before, and growing on Taly surii aforesaid. lot V. Four hundred and fifty.one Oak, numbered with Paint, one hnftlre I add twenty-live Cyphers, I-,to Ash, and eight Sycamores, growing on Cae Cadn, and Cae'r Llaiiaroh, hejll par' of a Farm called Tal drwsS in the Parish of Llanlliyfni, in the holding of Robert Wii.uams. LOT Vl. Five/Oaks grooving on Tyny pwll, in the said Parish oi Llanlly fni, IN the holdingof Wi'llimii Thomas Morgan; thirty-seven Oak Trees, two Ash, and five Sycamore, growing on Dol Lvan I' ann, in the said last mentioned Parish, in the holding of William Griffith? am! C sixty-ihiee Oaks, ten Ash, and two .Sycamore, gtowing Oil Pant da Farm., in the Parish of L' tiilly Mti aforesaid, in the holclingof Henrv il tJGH ES. The I1 arms upon which 'he Timber grow, all lie oneach side of 11 iv road, from the town of Carnarvon to Drwsy Coed, and within five miles of the navigable river Foryd, the Oak Trees in general are 01 good size, aud fit for the Use of the Farmer, the Ship Carpenter, or House Builder, the Ash appear sound, and the whole are situate very convenient for carriage The res: ec ive tenants will shew the Timber. and fur'her particulars may he had on application o Messrs PooLt:, Altoroies at Carnarvon, or at their OiJltc at Feutraig, iu Anglesey, ¡7 WANTED, A M ASTER for the Grammnf Schi ol of Wrexham, in the county of i)ent)igh.-— For particulars, apply to the Officiating Minister there. iVre.vhaniy Jan. 10, lSIO. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (poi- THE M,tr.ftT OF 'j'nE l.i¡tf¡WRI'l'F.RS.) 0" Monday the 2'td IIf January Instailt AT RBDTTHARF, ANGLESEY. Frfll- CORDAGE, SPARS, and other A. TIMBKR, saved from the ship Thomas of Liverpoo!, wrecked upon the sands near Redvharf. For further particulars apply to Mr. N Ie HO LSO N, at Mr. Bradley's Pbrthdjf llogndj, Anglesey. January Iltlt, IS 10. MERIONETHSHIRE. Notice is hereby Given, rflHAT the Trustees appointed by virtue A of an Act of Parliament, made in the 49th year of the f'eijjn of his present Majesty King George the Third, entitled, "an Act for making and maintaining a Road, leading from Barmouth in the of Merioneth, to Traethrnawr in the comity of Carnarvon, and for building a Bridge at Traefh bach, in the said cotinty of iNIerioiielit." Shall and will hold (heir Meeting at ilic House of William Bahnktt, known by the name of the Corsygedol Arms, in the town of Barmouth aforesaid, on Monday the 2ld day of January instant, between the hours of ten of the clock in the forenoon, and lwo in the afternoon, to pro- ceed to the Election of a Clerk, aii(i iii execution of the said Act to receive plans, proposals, and estima'es of the said Road and Bridge, and afterwards to adjourn the said Meeting to be held the following day at Minfordd near Traeth- inawr, in ihe said county of Merioneth, to pro- ceed further thereon, and to receive slIch plans, proposals, Bad estimates, as may he there offered or proposed. Dated the 3th day of January, 1810. G. GRIFFITH, Solicitor, Dolgelley. NEXT MONTH. Wl FT and Co. beg leavr. to remind their .1 Friends and the Public, that the present STATE LOITERY Will begin and finish ST. VALENTINE's DA Y, rKBRTlARV 14th, And that an early application will he necessary 10 prevent disappointment, as the Scheme con- tains ouly 5,tKX) Numbers, with the following CAPITAL PRIZES 4 of &20,000 are jeSO,000 4 of 5,000 20,000 32 of 1,000 12,000 20 of 500 10,000 Hesidea 5,960 inferior Prizes from = £ 100 to ^15. Orders for Tickets and Shares, accompanied by Remittances in Bank Notes, or Good Bills at short Dates, addressed to cither of SWIFT & Co.'s OFFICES, vVV. II, Poultry, .W>. 12, Charing; Cross, No. 31, Aldgale High Street, London-, will he immediately executed, on the samc Terms as if the Parties were present.
LONDON. MONDAY. fAXVARV 15. The following is a statement respecting one point in the dispute between the late Com- mander in Chief of the Madras army and the Governor or I hat Presidency:— The unhappy dissensions that have pre- vailed in India on the Madras Establishment, cannot be sufficiently lamented by every one who respects Constitu'ed Authorities, estab- iished laws, and has a becoming zéal for the cause of his country. Whatever may be the issue of these dissensions, it is proper I he Bri- tish public should be acquainted, that the con- sequences which are known to have already arisen from them, mighlhavein the more ma- terial points have been ohviated, if circum- stances, which it was the interest of a particu- lar person to conceal, had been duly imparted to a hiher authority. Out of this unjustifi- able concealment a misconception arose, to which may be ascribed the unfortunate events that have since occurred. These observations are made in conse- quence of having remarked, in the very able Address from the Governor-General of India to the Governor of Madras, that a great stress is laid upon the reprimand issued in General Orders, by the Commander in Chief, Lieut.- General Macdowall, against the Quarter Master-General, Lieutenant-Colonel John Muuro. That a misconception with respect to the nature of this reprimand, was entertained by the Governor of Madras, will be proved, s',iould General Macdowall ever reach England by the testimony of Ihe General, of the late Adjutant-General, Licut Colonel Cappcr, and of Captain Coombs, Aul-de-Camp. The fact respecting the reprimand, as staled by these Gentlemen, stands tlitis The linarter-Master-General, in a con- ference with the Commander iu Chief in the presence ot Lieut.-Colonel Capper and Capt. Coombs, violated that respect due to a snpe nor officer, in language and manner so un- guarded, irregular, and offensive, that Gen Macdowell was almost provoked to put him under immediate arrest. lie, however, sellt for the Judge Advocate to take his opinion as lo the propriely of such a measure, when the latter observed, if you put the duarter- Master.General under arrest, for personal dis- respect, it will be necessary for you to remain in India to prosecute otherwise the arrest will be useless, as your successor will feel it his duty lo release him." The General hav- ing definitively made his arrangements for proceeding to Europe, declined the measure of arrest, but observed," Colonel Muuro shall certainly not escape with impunity," and ac- cordingly, issued the reprimand about two ktturjt before he embarked, This reprimand, by a fatal and extraor- dinary perversion of circumstances, and prin- cipally from want of explanation with Gen. Macdowall, who had embarked and sailed at the time, caused the Governor of Madras to adopt P.ic measures he did with respect to that oliicerj under the impression that the censure in General Orders, which was directed against the Quarter-Master-General personally, was intended to apply to the conduct and proceed- mgs of the (;ol'erl1l11ent, The following ietter from St. Anne's, Bar- badoes, contains some interesting particulars respecting the preparations for the intended attack upon GlIadaloupe St. Anne's, Harbadoes, Nov. SS.—The ac- tive and zealous preparations making in this island, in aid of the Expedition to Gnadaloupe keep us alive, though much regret will be felt at the departure of troops, whose conduct has endeared them to every islander. The division intended to embark from hence con- sists of a light brigade of the Royal York Rangers, two companies of riflemen of the Royal West India Hangers, and two flank companies from the third West India HegÎ- ment, under the command of LieuE-Colonel Stuart, of the West India Rangers. The ren- dezvous, it is presumed will be Martinique, and the light brigade are expected to embark in a few days, as by them is first meditated an attack on St. Martin's, which, it is thought, will stti-rentier on the appearance of our troops and require but few left to garrison it. I should think the General would not run the risk of weakening his force by detaching any part of his force until the event of our attack on Guadaloupe is known, as it would probably facilitate the surrender of St. Martin's. The Governor and Military Commandant at Gua- daloupe has strengthened it by every possible means, and the most obstinate resistance will be made even the negroes have been armed aud trained to military discipline. The inha- bitants are seriously distressed tor provisions, and by the last leiters received from thence, we are assured of their favourable disposition towards the English. Constantinople, Nov. 15.-On the 1st of No- j vember the thunder of cannon from Tophaua announced to us a Victory gained on the H-i of October, not far from Siiidnii, over the Russian army besieging that fortress. The battle, according to the advices from the Grand Vizier, lasted from early in the morn ing till niftht, and the Russians, who mad heir attack along the whole line of tive Turk- army, more than ten thousand men— both armies fought principally with the alíd Ihe fortune of the day was decided by the coming up iff Mufar Pacha, in tiu. criiioa moment, with his Albanian C ivalrv, The Russians, alter the battic, retired to their enirenched camp before ilistrta. Two days before the garrisju had uiadt: a s<E.y, aud killed about 1000. aud killed about 1000. On the 8th of November, the Porte receiv- ed from the Grand Vizier a more circumstan- tial account of a general action which took place between the two armies, in which the Russians suffered a defeat, and were obliged entirely to evacuate lht- right bank of the Danube; that is to s;ky, with Iheir infantry which passed that river at Wirsova, while the cavalry which covered the retreat had no other way, Is the Turks had brokea down the bridge, but the road to Bahadaz, and to pass the Danube near Walschim. This cavalry was, however, closely pursued by the Turks, who, at the time the dispatches of the Grand Vizier came away. had taken many prisoners. The Emperor of Austria has published an address to his subjects on the depreciation of the Austrian paper money. He recommends it to his subjects to have confidence in the Monarchy, and promises to make the most strenuous efforts to heal the wounds, and re. vive the crellit of the State. Bonaparte's divorce produced considerable sensation in Germany—There, as well as here, conjecture is busy about his new bride. Some taik of the Queen of Holland, who is for that purpose to be divorced from Louis Bonaparte; others th Princess of Saxony, or a Grand Duchess of Russia—a few say that he is ena- moured of a youog Frcuch lady, the daughter ot a, Senator. ° We have heard that an American vessel h;4 been brought into Plymouth by one of his Majesty's cruisers having on board a secret dispatch from Mr. Armstrong, at Paris, to the Secretary and President of the United States, This dispatch is slated to be of an interesting nature, and to disclose facts of the .highest importance to Government. On the news of the vessel being brought in, Mr. Pinckney applied to Ministert "to alio* the dispatch fit to be delivered unopen- ed iuto i i possession. We have not heen able to learn whelher he succeeded in bis ap- plication. The vessel in question was bouud from Dieppe to America. Mr. Spencer Smith, late Minister Plenipo- tentiary at the Ottoman Porte, and brother of Sir Sidney, has presented Oxford University with two very valuable Gieek marbles, to he added to the collectioit in namely the body ot an Amphora, about three feel in length, from the shores of the Propon- tis and a vot'Ve tablet, or Ctppifs, from Cy» scicus. Die first exhibit# a has relief in a very high sttc of ancient sculpture; which is re- markable for the PiLrus or Afficiiiati Pat, still worn by Patriarchs of the Greek Church; and of which, only one other representation is preserved in ancient sculpture. It is intended that midshipmen who have served their tf me in the iiavy,siialliii future past their examinations at the porh to wllich their vessels may belong, instead of being obliged, as heretofore, to come to the Navy-office" ill Somerset place, London, for that purpose. Colonel Pilkiiigtoii, of the Royal Engi- y 11 neers, is entitled to the greatest praise, for the great ability he shewed in destroying the sluices at the late evacuation of Flushing, 11 0 without doing the smallest injury tothe t wii though twenty-four hundred weight of gun- powder exploded at the same instant, the cf. fects of which were not felt twenty yards off. A clmler of islands has been recently dis- covered in the South Seas, by Capt. Brislow, son of the late Mr. Biistow, surgeon, at ileg- broke, Oxon. These islands are situated in 50. 40. south latitude, and 166. S5. east lon- gitude they are seven in number, and the largest contains a tine harbour, in which an abundance of tish, fowl, wood, and water, can be easily procured. This to ships em- ployed in the southern fishery, in so remote a region, is of great benefit; and perhaps other advantages may be derived from them by a b commercial country like England. Captain Ilristow has named tiiern I, Lord Auckland's Group," Silver Coi-,t.-Oti the 14th ult. 38 casks of dollars, part of those transmitted, sometime since from London, to be stamped at the Sol o Manufactory, near Birmingham, umounLiu»' to the sum of £ 50,000, were delivered to the custody of persons appointed to receive them and sent by Canal Conveyance to the Metro- polis, where they arrived the ensuing week. And on the 22d, a similar sum was dispatched by the same medium. Mrs. Clurke.-From the following authcr* tic notice, which has appeared in some of tLe papers, the public is at length likHy to be gratified by an account of some hitherto mys- terious particulars, relative to the investigati- on in which this celebrated lady acted so con- spicuous a part, and various circumstances to which it gave rise 4* A candid and i Appeal lo the Public will he submitted in a short time, with a plain Statement of Facts, accompanied with fetters writienby Messrs. Dodd, M'Mahon, WardleJ M'Guliuin, Cldu.iie, 1 i!in.jworth, and Hague. Some of which shuuld have been read, on the investigation; others, in the defence, on the-trial, 'he tith of Dee. bUI whkh were suppressed, as if is said, out of delicacy tu the feelings of certain it% the court that day. This con- ill riot to ]lave had any influence in a court of jus. ice, wore especially •viien ihe person; 1 safety of throe inuiv 1 duals w 11s in much Im iimeni peril; the characters, repu'atiou, asul future welfare of their raniiiies,, > deeply involved under these circumstances,, no hmg; ou^ht to have been smothered, or aothed •si mystery, as the whole of ihe trial seems to ear that appearance. Mr. Wardle's politics aud iti tttii have justice and impartiality rendered them, by MARSf ANNE CLARKE," King's R 6 U. la 10,