BIRTH. Oil the Lady of Jared Jack- son, of Llauiigael, Estj. of a son and heir. MARRIED. Thursday se'unight, at Overton, Mr. Rowson, of Farnw()rth, to Mj,s Gre¡:;o.ry of tile Wood Houses, near Frcsdsham. Oil Pollell, of Berriew, Montgomeryshire, to JVJiss Ana South.. ai;, of Wolverhauipton. DIED. At Plas-coch, Anglesey, on Thursday the 22d instant, alter a Ions; and severe illness, Captain John Browning Kdwards, it. N aged .42. The 6s h inst. Mr. Jolin Deakin, of Frederwen, Montgomeryshire—beloved and respected white livill, alld now sincerely lamented. Sunday se'nmghi, C. Smith, Esq. of Gwern- llwynNith. near Swansea, one of tiis Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Montgo- me"Y; sincerely and (k:iervedly regretted. Oil ilit -)Otll.itist. at art at- vanced age. Mrs. V.iughun, of Doktwcheogryd, near Dalgeiley,relict of the late Grilli: h Vang ban, Ksq. i/f Hengwrt, in the county of tYlerionei h.— She was a lady of strict honor and integrity, and very charitable to the poor, by whom, as well as by all her friends, tier loss will be'long, and sin- cerely regretted., On the 1.3 th inst. aged 73, Mr. Edward Ed- wards, bookseller, Ruthin.—This very singular an.1 eccentric character demands particular no- ticl -For upwards or forty years he »|i'rgiit lite- rally be said to be as stationary as his ..counter, for e\c"pt¡¡; upon real emergency, did tie ever pari frOiU it from morning to ni:d¡f-¡y penuri- ous saving,he amassed the large sum of tour i thou- sand six hundred pounds, in tfie three per Ceur. consols, besides other properly, (he whole-of v.!iit'll ha has let t jointly between his two dausjh te.rs—and in default of issue, in equal proportions to the Clitstei an. Liverpool I-e straining one of his daughters from marrying Such lae.i, w!i >se names tie specifies. To the native ardour oi patriotism in his character was added a deiermined enmity to-her original invaders,1 h.- Saxous—a strong veneration foi- fiet- agit t I t i i i induced him to collect many, and his leading pav k'.y riches, could alone induce him to pan With itn—He possessed a radical Knowledge oi his native tongue, of which he was justly proud—aiid to a retentive memory, also added a pituIanl and entertaining wit. During the As. sizes at Ru Uli n (a few years back) two B.tr- r;, wishing, it is supposed, to bring Ï!;m Gut," entered into discourse ill his slwp ollh, pi ooabiliiy or Ghosts-when after some dispira tioii, Iiey requested his opinion—he half cl > e his little eves, and archly observed," I think if a Juan does go to heaven, he would not wish to eonie biciti-aiid if a lIIan does go to hell-the Devil will not let him come back
EXECUTION OF EDiTH MOUREY. Chester.—On Friday morning last, the 23d, at wrefebed woman was delivered :>y Mr. Hudson,constable of the Castle, in to.the Hands of Messrs. Thomas and Bonnet, the City Sheriffs, for execution. She walked from the tiold of rludson's arm, with the utmost firmness, amidst an unusual pressure.- from the immense crowd assembled she then got info (he cart, and irn- niedialely laid herself down on one side, conceal- ing her face with her handkerchief, which she has invariably (lone when in public, from her first appearance before the Judges to.her "final-disso- ititiori, aiil we ti) ;inii-iii- that no person obtained a view or her face out of the Ca:1 Ie since her commitment, except the ordinary, &c. Upon her arrival at. the City gaol, she continued in prayer with the Rev.-SV. Fish till oneo'eiock, when she ascended the scaffold with a firm and undaunted step, with her face covered with a. ha-nd'korchief, and she immediately turned her' back to the populace. After continning in prayer A s-hort time, the clergyman withdrew, and the executioner prepared to finish the qtwfubsentence of the law.' At this period, when tlie cit-rgyijjan had recommended her to dismiss, all wprldly thoughts, and fix her whole soul on ,her. Re- 'leelflef, tht'ongh whom a/tine she could hope for mercy, she twice called for the turnkey (John Robinson) to hid itiot farewell—-he came at the | second call, and having talceu leave of her she remained about half a minute, when she dropped the handkerchief and was immediately launched into eternity. She was very much convulsed for four minutes, wilen her pangs ceased in this world. After hanging Ihe usual time her body was delivered 'o the .surgeons .for dissection, and was open to public inspection during all Satur- day. There appeared an apa'hy in this woman which is truly asto lishing—when the Judges came mto town, she asked permission to go on the errace of Ihe castle to see the processiolit illo, she knew their eoming- was the signal of her fate. On the mornitw the Rev. vlr. Fish preached what is usually d nominated the condemned ser- noti she was sufFased in tears, and her convul- sive sohs clerc heard throughout the chapel- yet, an hour after, the impression seemed entirely erased. She slept very sound the night previous to the morning of her execution, and eat a hearty )i,e,,jl(fast upon tier awakc-nitjw. It is worthy of remark, tha.1 on the 23d day of April, )763, one Mary Heald was strangled and burnt to ashes, in this city, for poisoning her .husband,-—exactly 50 years, to the'day and year, when Edith Morrey was executed. Dr. Thornton has paid a happy compliment I to thc feelings of the British Nation, and at the sa me I í me handsomely testified his grati- tude 10 his august Patron, the EMPEROR I ALEXANDER, by presenting (gratis) a strong likeness of that illustrious Personage, sup- ported by two Russian soldiers, a Cossack and Grenadier, to every purchaser of a Botanical Ticket the only apprehension is-that he will not he able to g-ela sufficient quantity ready, as Ihe demand for the Tickets is very great, and the Drawing is fixed by Govern- ment for the 61h of May. Bow STREET.— ihe Marchioness of Down. shire1 s txobberi/, — Monday being the time ap- pointed tor a public and gcneral examination ol the ten persons in custody, on charge of being concerned in rhis exiellsve robbery, the office was crowded before twelve o'clock, I)i.lilcil)ililv I)V I)Crsonsoftl Ist.i,)Clioit. Aitioii,st them were his Royal Highness the Duke'"of Sussex, and the Marchioness of Downsljire. At twelve o'clock the examination com- menced before Mr. Read his Royal High- ness the Duke of Sussex sat to the lefi of The examining Magistrate, and the Marchioness next to his Royal Highness. The following- persons were then placcd at Ihe bar, viz. Jos. Richardson, Levi Hart, Mary Hart, Sarah Cohen, James Frl ti li I ill, I)CII Joseph,Dinah Joseph, James Simons, Sarah Simons, and Nathan Simons-, The whole of them appear- ed lo be implicated, but whether Ihe evidence will be siitficienl to. send them lo trial remains to he further investigated. The Prisoner Richardson, it appeared, had been the principal perpetrator of this robbery, ci- C), i i.1, a's although not the planner of it, as there is no doubt but it was vvhat is termed a pal up rob- bery. Although he is but a young man. he is supposed to have committed a number of dar- ing robberies, and has broke out of two of the best, secured and strongest prisons in this country. He is a native of Chester. A gentleman present yesterday, who has seen Bonaparte,said,therrisoner Richardson was the strongest resemblance of him he ever saw. Some time since he committed a verv great burglary m Lancashire, for which he c was taken and lodged in the Jicw Bailey Prison in Manchester, and was confined in a cell which was secured by cast iron bars. He contrived to have a tailor's goose'brought into ititii his object was to break the iron bars with iI, but when he had got it, was afraid to use it, ou account of the noise it would make j he at kmglh, however, hit upon Ihe stratagem of striking the bars with the goose exaci ly at the time a very large clock there was striking the hours, and after en- countering a variety of other ditlicullics, lie at length effected Ins escape, and he was not heard any more of till he was taken iuto cus- tody for breaking open and robbing lh» houses 11 liouses oftheliailof Besborough and Lord Crewe, for which lie was committed lo the Mouse of Correction iu Coldiiath-field•), where he was .confined- iu a cell m the upper part of Ihe prison. He, being a sloue-mason by trade, contrives] to take up a slone of the floor, and worked his way through into ihe hemp- room from thence into the yard, garden, and oakum room, he there lied some ropes to others which he procured in the oakum room, and plaited them together. He contrived to ihi o\v them lo the lop of the waitl ot the pri- sms, where there is a chcvanx de frieze I lien hung ou the iron spikes sufficiently Jong to enable him to raise liiiiisel" three limes several yauls, but hlling eaeltlime, lie found himself much injured by the falls.— to to Ills cell, ill despair. when he discovered a ladder locked and chain- i e:J, I)oifi of which he broke, and ascended fo the top of the wall, and effected his escape, about two mouths ago, between five and six o'clock iu the morning, after an exertion of live hours since which lime lie is supposed to have committed six burglaries. After I is from this prison, Mr. Adkins, the Governor, received IlIlormallOlI that Rich- ardson frequently went to a shoemaker's in the neighbourhood of the Seven Dial, and having ti<> doubt of the correctness of il, di reeled Beckct, one ofdlis turnkeys, Io attend and watch the shoemaker's house, his brother Harry Adkins, the otiicer being out of Lou- of tile Slotr- bridge murderer. Becket attended repeatedly t. ()!I tile 6th instant, about teu o'clock <.llnighl. | he saw Richardson approaching him near the t corner of Tower sireet, disguised. He turned !dowti Tower-slrctet, and after walking a few yards he looked behind him, and observed ¡jecketfollow¡¡W him;, he threw ofT his lwo great coats, and set off running very fast; oil liiin, Ile tilt-ew liis hat ai iiitu, supposed lo'be for the purpose of striking him in the eyes; he continued run ning hit he got iulo Little Red Lion street, when a man coming out of a public-house ran againsl him by accident .anil knocked him down-Beckel I hen seizedhiru, and Rjchard sou was so extremely agitated at I.he instant, that lie actually did not know Becket, and asked vvhat he wanted with hii-n I Becketim- mediately secured him, and took himiuto a publichollse, searched him, aud found Bank of England Notes to the amount of 523/. which he offered to give to fiecket, if he would le. him go Becket, however, refused lo accept of the bribe, and conveyed him to the House of Correction. On bis arrival there, Ihe Go- vernor said, Well, Richardson, I am lad lo see you buck iu the House of Correction, 1 fear you have been doing a deal of mischief since yÍJn have been out from the manner in which the Mardnoness of Downshire'.s..rob. bery was committed, 1 suspect you was in that." Richardson replied, Master, you have behaved so well to me, I will not tell you an untruth; I acknowledge I was in the robbery, and I will tell you all about it." The Governor then asked him if any or the whole of the robbery could be recovered he replied it could, if the Governor Would ac- company him to a Mr. Joseph's, as he could neither tell Ihe name of the street, or the number of the house where he lived, which the Governor agreed to, and went without delay, in a coach with him accompanied bv Becket, and another of the turnkeys, and proceeded to Adkins, the officer, he having been employed by :hc M irclnotiess of Dowir shire to investigate the circumstances of the robbery, and all-of them were the whole of thi.t nig lit in the business. They proceeded as directed by Richanlsoil to Chand- ler-street, Grosvenor-square, and used t!i" private signal at the door of a house occupied by Joseph, a Jew the door was opened hv Joseph, expecting it to be Richardson only. A light heing procured, Mrs. Joseph was asked for two diamond rings, which Richard- son said she had, and they were part cf the property stolen from the Marchioness of Uownshire's house. She positively denied having them. The houe wa earchcd. bat I he rings were not found. The Governor and his brother officers then proceeded agreeably to the directions and instructions of Richard- son, in search of others concerned iu this robbery. The prisoners were committed for further examination.
ARRIVALS croud upon us from the North. On Saturday evening a Mail from Heligoland arrived, and Government received dispatches, which were communicated in a Bulletin (see our second page.) They confirm what has been communicated The account of the ar- rival of 6000 Swedes, the vanguard of the Swedish army upon the Elbe, it was to be immediately followed by the main body under the Crown Prince in person. Davoust was falling back upon Magdeburgh, and the allies Irsd penetrated within a few miles of Verden and Zell. Wittgenstein and Blucher's armies were advancing without opposition. The for- tress of Wittenberg was said to have surrend- ered to the Prussians. Yesterday further advices were received. The Nymphen arrived at Yarmouth with Mr. Russ, an Austrian Messenger, and M. de Triggoff, an Austrian Officer, from Vienna. Colonel Tettenborn, in demanding a passage Ltu him at Hamburgh, staled, that his. dis- patches were of much importance. He ar- rived from the allied head-quarters now at Dresden. The Chantirleeris also anivednt Yarmouth, from Gol tenburgh, with his serene Highness the Prillce of Orange; the Aggressor, about the sallie time, arrived at Harwich from Cux haven, with a Prussian officer-Baron Jacobs, we suppose. All the accounts from every quarter are 1110sI favourable. The army under Beauharnois is falling back towards the Wcser. Our Yarmouth letter would pcrsllade us that it has experienced another severe defeat in the plains of Magde- hurgh, and that Beauharnois ha-s been made prisoner; but tlus is incorrect. Wittgenstein is moving onward with a force increasing as it moves, and every where received-wiiii wel- come and good wislfcs--with praise and prayer. A Dover Letter mentions a report of Buo- naparte's death-of his IÚningbeen shot on iiis way to his army. It was brought-to Deal by a schooner, which received it from a Dutch I .fishing-boat off the Texei. Wegive the re- port having, however, no reason to attach any credit to it.
PRICE OF STOCKS. 3 per Cent Consols 59§ 60 3 per Cent Red 58| 4 per Cent 7-jfg 5 per Cent S6a
-0-- Caution to Surveyors of Use Highways— The Magistrates of Ultoxeler. last week,convicted •everal Surveyors in the v ot live pounds for neglect of duty, in not calling out the Sta tu(e Duty :l tiLc highways. On Tuesday, al Sheffield, Abraham Wood, the n .ted pedestrian, undertook for a wager, to run f.en miles in ihe hour, which he lost by a tew seconds. The Brighton Shepherd, and several other pedestrians were present. The Tour of Dr. Syntax to the Lakes, is one of those productions of British genius, that not only amuses the age in which it is written, Ii hut is also destined, like Its own rival Hudi- bras, to transmit to posterity a faithful ac- COIIIII of the manners of preceding times. The Doctor's humour, wit, and morality remind us of the good licar of llakejie/d, and we sincerely hope Iw will obtain suitable promo- lion, and should rejoice to see him in lawn sleeves.—See .4dvei liscment, 1st. page. Inequality of Punishment —The Jamaica Papers mention the puins.nnent of two inha- bitants (Messrs. Overd and Edmonslon), for smoaking segars in a box al the theatre, to be I a fine of ^20 each, and thirty days imprison- ment awhile a Mr. H. Rosewise, convicted of iuveigleing a negro from Mr. M. Clarke, and enjoying the profit of his labour for twelve years, is mulcted 20 shillings. On friday se'.nnighi, Sir William Rowley, Bart. M. P. forwarded a vote of thanks from the Board of Agriculture to Mr. Thomas Gos- ling, of Lillie riorksley-hall, near Colchester, Essex, for his important communication and Continued attention to the cultivation of an entire new species of w;iite clover, discovered by him and which the Board hOjles will prove an important acquisition to the agriculture of the country. Validity of Scotth Vivo i-ces. -1 -.1 the case of W. M'Loliy, who was convicted of bigamy at the Lancaster Assizes, the Twelve Judges de- cided, that a divorce obtained in Scotland could nol be pleaded in bar of an actum fori bigamy in England, when the took place in the latter country. The Scotcli Judges, upon a revision of the whole business, and after again hearing Council at length, have unanimously adhered to their former sentence of divorce, finding that, "accorùlllF to Ihe Common Statute Law of Scotland, 11 there be no collusion between the parties, or other valid exception against ilic pursuer's right of action, adultery committed in Scot- lanrl is a legal ground for divorce, without distinction as to.the country where, or form In which, the marriage was celebrated." The Superb, the HOII. Capt Pager, arrived on Thursday in Cawsand Bity, and brought in I wo prizes; the one a ship, the other a large, letter of marque schooner, with a valuable cargo, fiotu Nantz, bound to America. The Marquis of Wellington has sent 501, to the Bible Society, instituted at Wellington, in the county 01 Somerset, and consented to he (come its patron. Professor Stark, of Augshurgh, has ob- served a very elliptic spot of a dusky colour on the sun's disk, the smaller axis of which is 50 seconds, and the larger one ItHlIlIle 15 'seconds. Within this spot are tw" olhers, much blacker. The large axisol that on the western side is 30 seconds, and the smaller 18, The great axis of that on live eastern side, is 15 seconds, and the smaller 12. Between these two spots there is a luminous interval of six seconds. On the 2d-'February there was seen iiii(i,,r the westei*ii sl)ot, t tiiird i)[itek o t 4 st-c. iii which had already disappeared on the 5th. v at one flour 50 miu. after noon (mean time,) the centre of the large spot w;«s only one miu. 9 sec. distant from the north-east 'pari' of the stin's disk- On Ihe.■11th, al'2h. 40 miu. it. was 23 mill. 20 sec. Above the large* spot, in the direction oi the north-e isi iiaift of ihe situ, were seen eight small black "pots which occupied a space of about.235,500,000 tnilcs. The iargo spot is more square miles, consequently, th.ee times larger, than this earth. ihe .Attorney and Apothecary. — As two of lhe.se gentlemen were sitting together in a public house, the Doctor began io reproach with lie iititiit)cr )fst t,. %v ol.,Is which the law indulgi:d,in, viz, Habeas (or- pus, fieri facias, &c. &c« and amongst others, asked now, or what was meant by Ihe words Docking.au Entail?'' Wiiy Doctor," re fllied the Attorney,"it is doing what you will not do with your I)iltleiits-it a recovery. Extraordinary Child. George H an is, a poor man who resides in toe neighbourhood of Chacewater, has an infant son now about eight months old, that weighs upwatds of Nixy pouuds. The 111f;llIlha. got altius teeth, and his limbs are well proportioned and mus- cular he has all the marks of health,- and his strength is equal to his size. Numbers have already been to see this infant giant, wiios- good humour is very remarkable. On Saturday the 101'h instant, near the Castle inn, in Brecon, (the priperty of Sir Charles Morgan, ol Wedegar, Baronet;) an Ox w, roasted whole to celebrate'the Birth day of Charles Morgan Esq ((its eldest Son,) Member..for that Burough, being the day on which he attained his 21st year. Tile greater part of the Ladies und Gentlemen of Brecon and its vicinity, and nil classes ot people were much gratified with the simplicity of the ma chmery by which Ihe Ox was roasted, and spoiie in high term-s of the ingenuity of the artist, as a cinid of five years of age could turn (he spit with pleasure. The Ox was so weil done that several ot the superior class r )r cl;,ss pari ook ot it. Two waggon loads of bread, and several hogsheads of beer were given to the spent the evening wtiii great couvivhiiity at' the Castle Inn, and the whole closed with bon & Wednesday se'nnight a duel was.(ought bv t wo ol the French prisoners on boat d ihr'S.im- son prison-ship, lying in Giilingham Reach, Wiien one of 1'hem, in consequence, Wr, killed-' ,V "Iii")Cil(!d to tll' Mot having any swords, thev attached to the -;I/j of tw,. s!íeKs a pair of scissars èarh. The deceased received the mortal wound in the • -d :,nen his bowels protruded, and yet be continued lo parry with his antagonist•while his strength would admit. Afterwartls a11 all plication wasmadeto the surgeon of the ship, who replaced ihe intestines, and sewed up the wound, but tie survived but a short time. From Wtsmar, Lubeck, and other purls in the Baltic, advices are said to have reached Newcastle, stating, that notwithstanding Ihe i 'arge supplies of corn and pro"isionsdemanded for the armies last year, in jhe nort" of m rope, iheir surplus slock of grain is still so great, that wheat and oats have been offered in exchange for our coals and manufacluie upon very idvauhigeons rerms. The tines; wheat has been offered to he delivered m New- castle at 72s per quarter; and tile best oals at 20. per quarter. Madhouses.—Friday, between twelve and one o'clock, information was laid before Mr. Nares, at the Public Office, Bow-street, that a gentleman of the name of Bazing was ille- gally confined in a madhouse at Bethnal- green, undcr prelcnce of being insane. Mr. Nares granled a summons, calling upon Mr. Rhodes, the keeper of the madhouse, forth with to produce the gentleman before him at Bow-street. Al four o'clock the parties appeared. Mr. Campbell attended as Counsel for Mr. Bazing. Mr. Nares first called upon the supposed lunatic to make his complaint. He stated, in a very collected manner, that in the early part ol his life he had been extremely imprudent and diipaled. but that his nabils were afterwards completely reformed that in July, 1811, while amusing himself with read mg the Vicar of Wakefield, he was inveigled into a coach under some false pretence, and carried to Mr, Rhodes's madhouse at Bethnal green that he was there trealedas a maniac, although fully in his senses that he was cut otf from all correspondence with his friends, and that a letter he wrote to the Lord Mayor was intercepted that finding. his situation in- tolerable, in Ihe beginning of March last he made nis escape at the'hazard oflvis life that he lived quietly and peaceably for a fortnight, when he was again seized and carried back to the madhouse that he was there put into a I straight waistcoat, and chained to his bed that he contrived, however, to have a letter | sent to Surgeon Birdl, of Spring-gardens, (at b whose ins'ance this application was made) de- scribing his deploraoie condition, and that his elder brother had laiely died,- leaving a large fortune, and he was his heir-at-law fortune,and he was his heir-at-law Extraordinary Circumstance. —The follow- ing very extraordinary circumstance, which may be relied on as a fact, happened a few days ago at Liverpool :—-An old woman of j the name of Robinson, who resided in a cellar within a few doors of Mr. Wilson's, a baker, at the corner ri)w and Mary I bone-street, brought, late "on a Saturday, an earthen pan closely covered over brown paper,and desiredil might remain in the oven all night, and be put in again with the batch next morning, and to let it I-eitil it after ail (lititier were drawn, saying that if contained some roots which she desired to dry, in order to reduce them lo powder. The baker knowing her, complied with her request, and accordingly it remained iu all night, and part ofihe next. day but on opening I he oven, he was induced,jtrom the disagreeable smell which proceeded from this strange dish, to examine its contents, when, on uncovering it, he was horror-struck 011 finding, a human skull, with partof the flesh and hair on.— The report of s<> shocking and disgusting a circumstance soon spread, with many, addi- tions. The pan, with its contents, was brougbi lo the soldiers' hospital in ihe same street, where it was--examined by the house surgeon, who declared it to be a human skuil it was beaieti togelhej- iu order to lie the heller in the pan. The'neighbours grew outrageous at tic they generally had it Baked. A mob assent- bletj aird wore proceeding to seize the old wo man in 'order to. execute Ih.eir,, vengeance ou j her, when'they were prevented- by a posse of i constables, who look her into custody, and lodged her ali ni'ti in lh<; w-tlrh hu.,se. On Monday she was brought before the Mayor in order to undergo an examination. The Exchange, and all Ihe avemtcs tca.iing thereto were crowded to an amazing dcree, by all ranks.of persous in order t > jret a sight, of this -ranoib-ai, who report stated" to have led on human flesh, and 'was delected bavin"- a man's head baked for her dinner. On being hrol!ht hef¡¡re the Mayoralrd questioned' re- lative to Ibis strange affair, it appeared that site took the skull from a new made grave in a neighl)ouring"churr!|ard, in order to have it dtyed and reduced to powder, as a cure for a Lady who was touch atiiicled with the fallen sickness. The most serious part of the charge being thus done aU av. she was severely atlmo ttislied by the Mayor, and cautioned never to be found guilty of such an oHence again, and she was discharged.
SHIP Pisa. P," I- T PEVSHYS, BASGOR.— Arrived—Vine, Ellis, from Liver- pool,bncks Grace,Charies, Jones, from Liverpool, coals and sundries Mills, Boded Hornet, Elns; (,eorge, Shaw j Roger and Barbara, Roo- ney, from Liverpool: Betties, Owen-from Con- way, ballast—C'eared nut—Friends-hip, Ellis Elizabeth ayd Mary, Griffith, for Isle of Man Rose in June. Jones, for staies. CAI-NAR.VO Davies Perseverance, Lewis, from Londonderry, ballast Boadicea, Ellis Elizabeth, WiiliaiKs Jveliy, Pierce, from Liverpool, goods and coals.— Cleared out—A n», J ones Chester "Trader, Wil- liams Jane, Roberts, for Newry Elizabeth, Sfrede, for Southampton, slates. BBADSIARIS—Arrived—Success,'Davies, from Aberdovey,for Rangor, ballast; Queeif Charlotte, Williams Ell*,iior, Evans, from Carnarvon, for Liverpool, sundries Perseverance, Lewis, from for Carnarvon, ballast Harriett, Ellis Mills, Boden, from Liverpool,for Bang.ir, ballast Ellinor, Evans, from Liverpool, for Cardigan, salt and earthenware s Dove, Evans, from Liverpool, ballast Peggy, Prebard, from Chester, for Neath Vine, Ellis, from Liverpool, bricks; AglIs, Nii, froll Ulverston, for Ban- or. ballast; Elizabeth, Williams, from Li\er- pool, for Carnarvon, sundries Betsey, Ellis, from Liveroool, for Beaumaris, coals and sun- dries Brothers, Roberts, from Chester, for Newry Flora, Brinley, from Chester, for Douglas Juno, Griffith, from Chester, for Castletown, coals Dispatch, from Glasgow, for Liverpool, cotton and molasses Roger and Barbara, Ronev, from Glasgow, for Bangor, ballast Fame,' Owen, from Liverpool, for Pwlihely, coals and sundries. P wr. T,H E L Y Arrived. Bri tann Li, Parry, from Barmouth, timber Elizabeth, Isaac Ma- ria, Griffith Defence, Rowlands, from Liver- pool, coal and sundries.—Cleared. out.—Ruby, Ed wards, for Carnarvon, timbei Darling, Jones, for Liverpool Palmyra, Hughes, for Bristol, potatoes Betsey, Solomon, fnr Holyhead, slates Sisiefs, Griffith, for Liverpool,- oatmeal and paving stones.
Fairs in the ensuing (VeeTc. Anglesey—Bodedrn 5th tdancrehymedd Sill Llangefni 7th Penfraeih dih. ih 3d. Denbighshire, Cerrigyruidion S¡!J dWlhren 6th Lfanrhtader y Mochuaut 5th Nautglyn bh. lywe) I 3d. Tite 20th inst. at Dolunheogryd, near Dolgell- ey, Mrs, Vaughan, aged 82.
4 LON HON M. i U tiB W. CORN Ex err WOE, April -36. There was a small supply of Wheat from Essex and Kent, this morning, but a considerable, quantity from the Eastern and Northern. Coasts; the this samples ire-re taken off at nearly wst Monday's prices, hit the middling an-lordinary sorts were exceedingly dull in s Ae, at a reduction of about jive shillings per quarter.—Fine Malting Barky s were rather dearer middling sorts a heat y sale. Rye, Beans, and Pease, with little variution. Bring Several fresh Cagoes of Oats at Market, the fine sorfs. dichned obout. one shilling per quarter, but the inferior and those out of condition a: e be- come almost unsaleable Flour at last week's price. —Cloverseed is very dull in sale, and looktug downwards, and very little doing iii. Rapcseed and Linseed.
GEErlAL CURRENCY AS UNDER. Wheat.—,110s 126s Grey Pease, ,72s 7Bd) Fine — 130s 144s Small Beaus.64s 70s 0 Rye —> 65H 70.. Ticks — s —s- Barley —48s G6s Oats .§8s 45s 0 ^aif — -94s 98s Polands.84s 48s 0 White Peas—105s 116s ] Rape-seed.62 66s—
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushefj, Wheat, Rye. 'Barley. Oals. <<■ 'I' s d j s. d. Anglesey, 120 0 62 0 j 35 S Canmrvonsh. 122 S j 60 0 36 S Denbighshire 129 10 60 0 3S 8 Flintshire, 124 3 55 0 37 10 Merionethsh. 130 I j 56 & 36 6 Montgomery. 115 0 54 0"i 40 3 Chester, I 117 I ( — i 60 '0- 45 10 Liverpool | 123 10 f ———— I 62 S. j 45 Q Ai.0
LIVERPOOL, Corn Exchange, April, 20, 1813. Wheat, English 16 Qto16' 3 per 7f)lb&- li-isil 17 0—19 GDitro.. Barley, English !0 6- 10 9 per 36 qfs. Irish, Scotch, 9 0-10 0 per 601bs Oats, Poratoe 5 0— 5 6 her 4SIbs Welsh 6 10- 6 11 Ditto. Limerick. 7 o_ 0 0 Ditto. VT n W.at«rford- 6 8- 6 lODittrt. R! e 15 6"~16 0 per36 oris. Ft^nr' « e #>— 84? »per quarter. Flour, Superfine.83 0-86 0 per 240fbs.
PRICE OF MEAT AT SMTTHFIELQ. Per Stone of Slbs. Monday, April, 26. Beef. 5s. 8d. 7s. Od. j Veal.. 6s. 6d. 811..4d. Mutton. 6s. 4d. 7s. 4d. j Pork.. 6s. 0d* 7s. 6d. Ilead of Cattle at SinitVield. Beast. 2,150 i Sheep .15,700 Pigs. 310 Calves. lay
PRICE OF LEATHER AT LEADRNIIALI d. Butts, 50 to 561b. each • 22 to- 04, Ditto 56 to 66lb <0 Merchants Backs. 21 to 23 Dressing Hides.20 to 21 Fine Coach Tlides 21 to 9n Crop Hides, for cutting, 35 to 40.. 20 to st Flat Ordinary, 45 to 50 gl t0 go, Calf Skins, 30 to 401b. per dozen.. 32 to si Ditto, 50 to 70lb. per dozen 36 to 43 Ditto, 70 to SOIb 37 to 40 Small Seals, (Greenland) 34 to 35 Large ditto, per dozen .100s to 115 Tanned Horse Hides, per lb ,20 to '-4