saw b". -Imiomw&6100N Nb"mdo-m ) ON SALE, At 11r. Williams', Druggist, Carnarvon, A QUANTITY OF DUBLIN PORT ER, In Hariels and Half Barrels. lRUHI FLOUH AND HABLEY. St. Asaph CNapter, AND WIDOWS AND ORPH WS CH ABITV. [iFitS of the CH I-VI'Elt, and the TKUS- B BERS of the CH PI ER, and the TRUS- TEES of he (HA HI r Y, will he held itt the Chapter House, within ihe Calhedrdl Church, on ihe last Wednesday in July next, RDWIN W Y ATT, Clfapcer Clerk and ilreasurer. 18th Jutle, 1813. St. Asaph Association, rOR TtiE-PftFsrFtV&Tloll OP THE GAME. "N"otice is h ereb!J (C irJen, TH\T the Annual Meeting of the Mem- bers of <his Association, will he held at the White Lion Inn, St. Asaph, on MONDAY, the 26th of JULY next, at 12 o'clock. ill) WIN WY ATT, Secretary. isth June, 1813. N. B. Subscribers in arreaTare requested to selHlrheir arrears, and fresh subscript wis in case of non-atieiitiatice. ¡ TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EDWARDS, At the Harp Inn in Conway, on Wfdnesctay the 4th day of August, between the hours of three anl, six o'clock in the afternoon, .subject to condi tions then to be proinced -in three Lots. LOT I. ALL those TWO VI iiSSUAGKS or TEN fcJ MKN'CS, called Carreg y dinai, and Tt/ti Ion, >!i»uate in the parish ol Llangylynyn, in the county of Carnarvon, containing by admeasure ment 5a. Or. 2;ip. liufe moie or toss,'t))he of- cupation of William and Mary Williams, and Widow Owen, or their under-tenants. LOT 2. All thatMESSU\GE or TENEMENT,called 'rEY Tynyffith, situate in he parish of Gyffyn, II 'the ootmiy aforesaid, and adjoining lor (, I) e, (, if tainiug by admeasur'siient 60a. 2r. 12p little more or less, in the occupation of ihe said Wil- liam and Mary Williams, or their under-tenant; the Buildings are m good repair, an extensive and unlimited right of Sheep Nvalk I)elollg4 10 these tenements,with seats in (he parish churches, distant three miles from the market town of Conway. Lot one IS subject to a fee farm rent of 18s a year. LOT 3. Also, a large HOUSE, situate in the High- street, in. the town and borough of Conway, known bv the sigi) of the Red Lion, measuring in front 53 feet by 74 feet in depth,'andcontain- ing II perches, now in several dwellings fit the occupation of William Hughes, and others.— Mr. Rous wdi direct a person to shew the Pre- mises in Conway; and Mr. David Jones, of Carreg y ¡\!I)as will shew the Tenements in Llall gylj-nyu and G) ffyn. Foi particulars apply to Mr. Sidebotfeam, at Ti Issa, near St. Asaph. CARNARVONSHIRE TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Goat Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, in the county of Cariarvoit, on Saturday, the tllh day of uty, i S l i, be, weeii the hours of H a id j o' c t) c /c in the afternoon, suject to such conditions as sliall be then and there produced, urn ess di posed oj in the mean time by private contract, oj which due notice will be given. rjlHAT capital ,.nd compact FREEHOLD JL ESTATE, consisting of the following eli- gible Farms, VIZ. Treflan, fai-issa, Gwas.adfaes, Graiglwyd, and Cae Steel, Mtuate ly big and be- ing in the township of Treflan, in (tie parish of Llanbegtig, in the county ol Carnarvon, contain- ing about six hundred acres, of goofl meadow and pasture laud, exclusive of a valuable nninclosed pasture and sheep-walk thereto adjoiuing, of about seven hundred acres, now in the occupa- tioli of tenaiiis at will. This is a most desirable Estate, it lies within a ring fence, at the distance of about four miles and half from the market town of Carnarvon, close to the public road leading from fhe town to Beddgelart-the situation IS universally ad mired I))- fravellers-tlie land is of superior qua- lity, and in a very improved slate It IS a most convenient and pleasant situation for a gentleman desirous of having a residence in the county of Carli,irvoti-there is a delightful spot to build a Mansion-house, with upwards of two hundred acres of meadow and pasture ground in front, well worth 40s. per acre, most part of which has been set for considerably more; the ground behind the intended house is well wooded; jjiere is a large river, well supplied with ,ro«t,as a 'boundary a' the bottom of the level ground The whole of this extensive. property lies in a south aspect, which may be irrigated ai a small expeuce, and is a luxuriant piace for the growth of all manner of trees, a great number having been lately planted, and are in a very thriving state; it is in a good sporting part of the country, the sheep-walk is well stocked with grouse, atul several large likes abundantly sUpplied with trout, are at a small distance. This property is entitfed to nearly one half of the adjoining common, called Waen-fawr, which is to he divided under an Inclosure Act. There is a large. body of slate rock upon the ttheep walk, and the adjoining common, that the proprietors of this Estate are entitled to by vir. tire of a Grant from the Crown, tor a term of yars, which if desirable to a purchaser, will be disposed of with he Estate. Take this Estate in every point of view, it is the most desirable that is likely to be offered to sale in this neighbourhood for many years to Come. Further particulars may be had, by applying to Mr. J. Ev A Nil, Solicitor, Carnarvon, who is authorized to treat with any person desirous of purchasing by private contract, at whose Office a^Map and Survey of the premises may be seen. TO Bb SOLI) BY AUCTION, At the Union, in the Town of Carnarvon, on Sa- turday tie 24th day of July, 1813, between the. holes of 3 ami 5 o'clock in the afternoon, unless disposed of in the meantime, by Private Contract, of which ilue notice will be giveit I T j|"l H A T well built and fast JL sailing Sloop, called the Fa- ll,-nit, of the Port of ''arnarvon, W. 'GRIFFITH, Master, about SO tons bur< hen. just eigh' years old, her ■ linnets are sound, being all selected with great atteniion when n building. All her sails and ligging are in good order. She is a very pleasant working Vessel at sea. She is now ill i he Port of Carnarvon, ami wilt remain there until the day of ale. For further particulars apply to Captain IVvi. I GRIFFITH, Market-street, Carnarvon Richardson, Gvoiluck 8s Co. OESPECTFULLY inform the Pub'ic thai tX they have contrac ed wi;h Government for the NEW STATE LOTTERY of 12.IPO tickets, to he drawn in Two Days hi (his Lottery the Low- est Prize is j £ 20, and the first 1,000 Blanks will be entitled to XVO cich. SCHEME. 2 of a £ 2Q,000 are =640,000 2 10,000 20,000 5 1,000 5,000 6 500 3,000 7 200 1,400 20 100 2.000 30 go 1,500 100 25 2,50f) ) 2cO 20 44, GOO | ',000 First drawn Blks,20 Each, 20,000 i >,000 Tickets. = £ 120,000 The first Ticket drawn a Prize ahove £20 on • he Flrsl Day, will receive an additional Prize ,¡ £, 10,0(1). The iirst Ticket drawn a Prize above j £ 20 on 'he Second Day, will also receive i-A additional i-Irize of TO BE DHAWN !7th OF SEPTEMBER, And 28th of September, 1813. Tickets and Shares are selling at Haverfordwest, by J Griffiths. For RiCHADSON, GOOD LUCK & Co. COM TRACTORS, LOIVDOST, iVho sold, in the last and Present. Yea\\ the fol- lowing Capital Prizes, in Shares: I .of £ 20,000 2 of £ 10,000 1 5,000 3 8,000 1 2,000 3 1,000 &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. F R, EE HO LD ESTATE~ In the Parish of Bangor, County of Carnarvon. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Mitre 1nn, in tlte city of Bangor, on Friday the 2.id of July next, betivecn the hours of four and si.r o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such condition* of sale as shali be then and there pro- duced, unless previously disposed of by private contract, of chick due notice Kill be given: rjHH S LANDSoCGLASJN fllYN,|ea«anU} 1L situate within two miles of the city of Bangor, eight of Carnarvon, two and a half of Barigor-ferry, and fourteen and a half of Capel- Cûrig; ami consisting of SIXTY FIVE ACHES of a rich, deep, loamy soil, suited to (hc most, lucrative rotation of crops. Forty-one acres are under superior management, and in a high state of culture the residue is in a progressive stale of improvement, and may be reiidered arable at a light expence. These Lands are divided into fields of from four and a half to six acres each, wirli wafer in every field, and fhe fences are in good order. A Parish Common which adjoins and bounds pari of this Estaie, will be found of great occasional convenience. There is a newly erected MANSION on fhe pre- mises, 43 feet in front by SO feet wide, on three floors, and divided into eleven apartments, he- sides cellar and dair under ground. Three apart- menls are in an unfinished slate, hut tho whole may be rendered commodious and comfortable for ihe reception of a genteel family, at a very trifling expence. This House fronts the east, and is agreeably situate in a well wooded meadow,com- maiiduig a pleasing prospect of the surrounding scenery, which is seldom to be equalled for beauty and variety. There are likewise a newly-built Stable and Cow-house, at a convenient distance, and an over-shot Gorse Mill. All these buildings as they were intended for the use of the Proprietor, are of the most substantial materials and best workmanship, and the timherof superior quality, being Danfgic pine. There are also some old Buildings on the property, valuable for the quan- tity of oak timber contained in them. The river Cegin forms the eastern boundary, and extends above half a mile, including a welt wooded and romantic dingle, with a large power of water capable of supplying at all seasons an extensive machinery. The water may be taken to a level SO feet above the bed of the river.- I'here is no situation in the parish of Bangor so well adapted to a considerable undertaking, with at) equal power of water. The Timber on this Estate consists chiefly of oak, alder, and ash a proportion of the oak timber is of great age, and suitable to the pur- poses of the ship-builder and wheelwright.- There are some young plantations of thriving timber from 12 to 15 years old. This property includes in its local situation and quality of soil, advantages that are rarely to be met with, and will form an eligible and desir- able residence for a Gentleman, or Gentleman farmer. A purchaser may have immediate possession as the Lands and Buildings are exclusively in the holding of the proprietor. It is requested that none but principals will apply, (if by letter, post-paid) and further par. ticulars may be known on application to the Pro prietor, MR. WHITE, Glasin fryn, Bangor, Car- narvonshire or to J. ROBERTS, Esq. Deputy Registrar, Bangor, Carnarvonshire. "nr- Tm .i it, irtmnn. I Ab. rd iron, C. tire. 1" The Undersigned Commissioner, appoint & £ "d in and by an Act of Parliament, made & passed in fh<- fifty iirst year of the reign of his present Majesf "nIWed," An Act for Inclos- ing Lands in the parish of Aberdaron, and other •parishes, in the coun y of Carnarvon." DO HER EBV GIV E NOTICE, That for the purpose of defraying the expeRces of carrying file s ud Act into execution, shall caust" several Lots or Portions of fhe saij Com- mon, called iviorfa fvlawr, i., the several parishes of Demo and Peurhos, ;o be Sold by A no ion, on Wednesday, 'he Twenty-firs! day of July next, at the Crown and Anchor,'in the town of Pwll- fieli, I)e,weeii tlte hoii-i of 3 and 5 in the after- uoon, SII iljct to coiiditiotis of sale. Particulars of the sever,il Lois may he had of me the said Commissionef, or at the office of Mr. Robert Griffith, S >iicitor, Pwllheii. AND I DO HEREBY GIVE FORTH8ft NOTICE, That I shall on the SAjnt; day, ai 12 o'clock at noon, submit the plans of an intended Embank- ment, over and across Pwllheli River, at or near Penrhydlyniog—and.in order that the sallie may he takeii into consideration, each and tjvery Pro prietor are requested to attend precisely at the time appointed, RICHARD ELLIS, Commissioner. Fwflheli, 19th June, 1813, DENBIGHSHIRE Auxiliary Bible Societii. LZ, file (Jiidersitic(1, liiviiiff d;oy WE, the Undersigned, havinsr this day W met, pursuant, to advertisement, to faci- Iitaie the formation of a Society for the county of Denbigh, in aid of fhe British and Foreign Bible Society, beg leave to inform the, Nobiiify, Geniry, Clergy, Freeholders and other inhahi- j fants of Hre county, that a MliETING will be held in fhe SOIRE H VLL, iu RUTHIN, on the first day of the next Denbighshire Assizes, pre- cisely at eleven o'clock in ihe forenoon, to form .an Institution 'for (he county at large, conforma- ble to the principles or, and auxiliary to, the British and Foreign Bible Society, when Sir Wriikin Williams Wynn, Hart. M. p, Lord Lieu- tenant, and Custos Rotulorum af ihe county, will take (tie Chair. Ruthin, 24f/i Mats '813. Richard Miles Wynne, Eyarth, Joseph Peers, Plasnewydd, t John Roberts, Ruthin, John Jones, Clerk of the Peace, Goodman Roberts,? r,.i r '> Aldermen. 1 homas Jones,$i Gabriel Hughes, Lianrhydd. Thomas Hughes, Ruthin. John Williams, Rhydyciigwyn. Robert Humphreys Jones, Ruthin. Richard Newcome, Warden of Rutllin. John Ky-Tin, of Derwen. Richard Jones, Vicar of Llanynys. Richard Jones, Rector of Llanychan. William Clutmbres, Llanrhydd. John Jones, Curate of Llanfwrog, John Parry, Curate of Clocaenog. John Davies, Curate of Llanelidan. Robert Philips, Curate of LIangerniw. ARMY CONTRACTS. Commissary in Chief t Office, Great George-street, London, June 14, ISIS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO aii Persons desirous of confracfiHg to supply FRESH REEF and MUTTON to his Majesty's Land Forces in Cantonments, Quarters and Bar- racks, in the under mentioned an(I Islands Anglesea, "Isle of Wight, Bedford, Kent, lieiks,v(including the Lancaster, To /■ n of Hungerfordi ciccster, Berwick, Lincolu,. Brecon, Merioneth, Bucks, viiddlesex, Monmouth, Town of Newmarket.) Montgomery, Cardigan, Norfolk, Carmarthen, Northampton, Carnarvon, Northumberland^ Chester, Nottingham, Cornwall, ("including Oxford, Scilly) Pembroke, Cumberland, Radnor, Denbigh, Rutland, Derby, Salop, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Stafford, Durham (ioelBdlugllolj Suffolk, isiand) Surrey, Essex, Sussex, Flint, Warwick, Glamorgan, Westmoreland, Gloster (including the Wilts, City of Bristol,) Worcester, Hants, York, Hereford, Hertford, And in ihe severa] coun- Hunts. ties in Xor h Britain. Isle of Man, That the deliveries are to commence on and for the twenty-fifth day of September next; that j roposals III writing, scaled up and marked, Tender for Army Supplies, wi ll be receivedat this Office on or before Wednesday the twenty-fifth day of August, hut none will be received after twelve o'clock on that day) and, if sent by post, the postage must be paid. Proposals must be made separately for each County and Island, except for the counties com- prising North and South Wale,allofwhich must be included in One Tender, as also must the se- veral counties in North Britain; and each Pro- posal must have the letter which is annexed to the Tender properly tilled up, by two persons of known property engaging to become bound with the party (endeiing in the amount stated in the printed particulars tor the due performance of the contrac' and no proposal will be tin- less made on a printed Tender, and the prices expressed in words at length andshoulcl It so happen that during the continuance of the con- tract. no troops should be stationed or supplier in the county, the expence of the contract and bond, paid in 'he first instance by the contractor, to be refunded to him by the Conlffilssary In Chief. Particulars of the contracts may be had upon application at this Office, between the hours o eleven and five and at the Office of Deputy Commissary General Liadesay, Edinburgh" "v r: a Decree ot tli, Oo-irt t)f Chancery, (I X3 the Greai Sessions for fire several couu- I res (If Carnarvon, Anglesey, and Merioneth, vi. a Catise,wl)ereiii Richard Hughes and auoiherare Complainants, and Robert Roberts, Esquire, and others are Defendants-; the unsatisifed Creditors of late of- iii (tie c(-.tiiit.y or ed, are ordered to attend and prove heir Debis, before the Register of the said Court. NOTICE IS THEREFORE HERE BY GIVEN, That the said Creditors are to attend for that purpose, at my Offi :e, situate in fire town of Carnarvon, in the said county-of Carnarvon, on <he 7*hday of August next, between the hours of fen in the forenoon, and two in the afternoon; and before they are admitted thereto tiicy I-oust- eor-tnha,e 'i) the costs and essences of the said Suit, otherwise they wiH be peremptorily ex- cluded from tlse beneift of the said Decree. O. A. POOLE, Register. Carnarvon, 5th July, 1813. WHITE FRIARS, CHESTER. L D! ES SCHOOL. TAYLOR, (from London) takes Ibis -LTJL»- method of informing the respectable fami- lies of Cheshire, North Wales, &c ttia sue open- ed a Boarding School, foi losing Ladies, in Fe- bruary last, in the ahove-mentioued situation, and having engaged able Masters,she solicits the favor of ttvei; patronage.—The School will be re-opened to receive an additional number of pu- oil Monday 26th July, after the present va- cation, and Miss Taylor wiil esteem herself obliged to the parents, and guardians of young Ladies, who wili afford her an opportunity of offering them ner references, which are unex- cept-ionanle, either in Chester, London, or Li- verpool. The terms are sixty guineas per annum, for instruction in English, ancient and modern Geo- graphy, and History. — Board, a separate bed, washing, &c. The terms for the Masters, are per annum, .e. s. d. Writing and arithmetic, 3 3 0 French 4 4 0 Drawing. 440 4 4 0 Music 6 6 0 Singing 6 6 0 Kalian .8 8 0 Velvet Painting 2 2 0 Entrance required fer the masters. The School library one guinea per annum, wh ich iuchidcs the elementary books of education. No deduction for absence and previous to re- moval, a quarter of a year's notice will- be re- quired, or the terms of a quarter-to be paid. i The vacations arc at Midsummer and Christ- mas, for each of which, should a young lady re- main, the charge will lie six guineas. The bills < ) be settled when the young ladies return to school after the vacation. Day Boarders, twenty guineas per annum. DOLGCLLEY CELYNIN IXCLOSURE. fTlie llndersigwed the Commissioner ap- g poinled^by all Act of Parliament lately passed, int.ilulcd, "an Act for inclosing Lands in the parishes of Dolgelley and Llangelynin, commonly called Celynin, iu the County of Merioneth." DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That 1 have set out and appointed the under- mentioned public carriage-roads and highways, through and over the Lands and Grounds intend- ed to be inclosed by virtue of the said Act, and have ascertained the same by marks and bounds, and deposited a map therein sticit roads are de- scribed, at the Office of Messrs. Jones and Wil- liams* Solicitors, in Dolgelley, for fhe inspec- tion of all ".persons concerned, and (hat 1 will hold a Meeting, at fhe Golden Lion Inn, in Dol- gelley, on Tuesday the 20th day of July next, when and where all persons who consider them- selves aggrieved by the setting out of such roads are desired to attend to state their objections. Dofgclley Parish—Brithdlr lssa iO, One Public Carriage-road and highway, oj the breadth of 20 feet, commencing at a gate near Edward Edwards, Esqr's property, leading out of the Machynlleth road and running along the hottom of a Common called, Craig-y-Llyn- hir, nearly in its present direction towards Bala. One Bridle-road of the breadth of 20 feet, leading out of the road from Dolgelley to Mall- wyd, near Caer Iyddyn across the Common to- wards Bala. Celynin Patisk. One Public Carriage-road, of fhe breadth of 3D feet across the Common called, Meini Hi Hon, from Dolgelley to Llwyugwril in jfg present course. One other Public Carriage-road, leading from Dolgelley to Llanegrun in its present con se, commencing at Pout-glas, adjoining the bounda- ry between Celynin and Llanegrun, and termi- nating at L!idiart-y-Gelli-sarog. One bridle-road, branching from the last men- tioned road near Corlan-fawr by Coed-mawr, to- wards Llwyngwiil. One oiher bridle road, of the hreadth of 18 f'. commencing near Fotiy-fach, and leading out of the Towyu road to DolgSdly, in a northerly di- iiorthe,-Iy, di- rection, running parallel with the Rev. John Natitiey's over the common called Nlaes Crog-ellnan, and terminating ata gate near A rtho. One other bridle road, of the breadth of 18 feet, ilitereecling the last mentioned road, across the said common from the rivulet to Pant Philip. And do hereby give further YN otie,e, That I will attend at the Golden Lion aforesaid, on Wednesday the 21st day of July next, at. 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of en- quiring into the Boundaries of the said parishes, and the manors and townships within the same, and of he parishes, manors, hamlets, or districts adjoining thereto and in case i' shall appear to me that the Boundaries of the sam" respectively, or any part thereof, are not then sufficiently Is eertained and distinguished, I shall proceed to ascertain, set out, and fix the same respectively btirs,,a,it t,) the said Act herein berore-mentioiiucl, and ihe Act therein recited. JOSIAH BOYDELL. Kilhendrey 25th May, 1813. RECTOR Y'AO ADEM Y, cn RSTIiH, MH HASHING J 'e! si! for he Sib'-ral stippjn he has hitherto received, begs leave to inform bis l -ient!- and the public, that he has remov £ 'l his establishment Jo the Rectory House of St John's The situation :s particularly lighl &n<; airy; the grounds attached to the house are ex and (he School-room commodious. Mr. H. has vacant accommodation" for four Boarders, and as many Day pupils on IVthe 19111 intallt. July 1st, 1813. NEfIN, &c. WE, live Undersigned Commissioners, appointed by an Actof Parliament, pas- sed in the 52tt year of tbereig-n of his present Majesty, intituled, An Act for Inclosing Lands in the oarish of Nevin, and other parishes and places therein meutioned, in the county of Carnarvon," DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That in order to raise money to carry the said Act into execution, we shall SII by Public Auc- tion, subject to conditions, sundry Lots, part of the Commons and Waste Lands, by the said Act directed to be divided, allotted, and inclosed, on the several days, and at the places hereinafter mentioned, viz. Several Lois, part of the Commons in the pa- rish of Llanllyfui, and that part of the Common, situate in the par.sh of Clynnog, called Llwyd- mawr, at the house of Robert-Roberts, in the village of Llanllyfni, on Monday, the SOih day of August next. Also, several Lots, part of the Commons, in the parishes of Clynnog and Lianaelhaiarn, at the house (,,i' Ci,ifFi,li Roberts, in the village of Clynnog, on Tuesday, the 31st day of August next. And also, several Lots, part of the Commons, in the parishes of Nevin, Pisrill, and Carngiwch, at ihe Crown and Anchor Inn, in the town of Pwllheli, on Wednesday, the 1st day ofsepteni- ber next. The sale to begin between rhe hours of three and five o'clock in the afternoon of each day. A Particular, describing the situation, qualify, and quantity of each Lot, will be distributed,and may be had by apply iug to Us, the said omit)is- sioners, or at Mr. Ellis's Office, in Pwllheli,and at Mr. Evans's Office, in Carnarvon, gf whose Offices Maps of the several Lo's may be see: Dated the 5th day of July, I8!3. ROBT. WILLIAMS,? RICHARD ELLIS,$u"Rm«ssioners
ADDITIOVAL PARTICULARS OF THE LATE SPLENDID VLC'.OHY. A letter dated Trunzuu, June 24, says,— U The. moment that our brave fellows got il()SSC,iSiotl Ot (!Ie eiieil)y-s If WINrli o —Ihe array chest-was forced. alld the men began to load themselves with bullion. To stop them was impossible. Some of the offi- cers reported to the General that the men were plundering and carrying off the ixit)i)ey.- 'Let them,'was the answer of his Lordship, they have fought well, and deserve all itity can find, were it ten times itiore.Itt other quarters Ihe men found among the baggage tiie of the officers- In a moment they began to dress themselves in I lie spoils — ihe appearance of these groups cannot be fancied; no masquerade ever presented such a scene! Ali were not forlunate enongli to o find Generals and officers unitorll S, for many or the chests were filled with ladies dres- ses no matter—all were employed to deco- raie the men, who converted the dresses into cloaks, sashes, &c. &e. All the Seraglios of tile officers were taken. One Irish soldier, who was not fortunate enough to catch any of the dead lumber, possessed himself ofa fins lively chiid belonging to one of the ladies. A letter had been sent after the battle to inform •he French, that the women and children should experience every civility. — When Fat, was desired to give up the child, he replied no by inj shot; it is <uy own plunder and I «-i|i keep it." Aii Joseph's dresses, even his star, were taken; aiso his coach,and aboutSOO «tKcer* carnages—in a word, every thing: not a loaf was carried off.—But 1 must close. Old England for evet f The slaughter of fhe enemy was very great their loss in killed and wounded is estimated at upwards of 10,000. Our cavalq, particu- ty prodigies; their great activity u- the pursuit is evinced iu the capture ol t whme of the c:iiinoii, amunition, Uagg-ige,' and treasure. Never was victory more complete I Salvateara, from which lord iVellmgioi.g dispatches are dated, is 14 mites to the east of Vittoria, in a right line between it and Pam- peluna. on which place Ihe remains of the enemy were retreating It IS a very strong: position but what can I hey do without can- non or ammunition I The Port ugnesr rivaUed tiiu li) valoiir. The 21st of June, the day on which this victory was gamed, is the longest day in the year, and will be long re. meutbered iu Spam, King Joseph, in the re- treat, got out of his carnage, and took to his heels Sir Thomas Graham was principally entrusted with the pursuit of the enemy, of whom between nine and ten thousand had been taken prisoners. It is confidently ex- pected in the public oiffces ot Government, that under the prese.it circumstances Marquis Wellington will rt-ceive extensive reinforce- Iments from the natives, and will be enabled to advance hy the great military road over the ."nntaius, and threaten Ba\onne with 100,000 men. This project assumes, that his force will he sufficient to reduce or mask tile nuineri us fortresses iu the occupatioa of fhe French in Nav rre. Arra/ou, and Catal<>nia» ti,ei.s ha, e en Iready dispatched by •vfuiip.ers, with a «!;» rt summary of trie intel- ligence, that iii-t Aiiits and the Court of Vienna may as sooa as possible be apprised of it.