.l r-\ f P'f'tli)4Y, ■$(')?EWUKR 18. ••. d Antelope, • will) forty frii.,s:.<>r (s. from -fit; Alile. lite Tost, writ tissj' ■tc'i**s Oct 9. They s n e th A on fiiidiUi: our HofMs suiuiiied on Lake Champlain. which .usfoi time deteui! d the* de U ,«i General. Pre vosl in 'ttdvaiu-iiig" twPla's bur. CmI offic, r retired wiih iho British army in gbud. order, without lost either Canhl/l) fIr" ynt-ii. The .iieoun s cin-.il.fcd by She Ameri- can Pap^r-. mi this subject, ed to be ^ross hilsehooils. Allel (}*»n. isrumn:0.nd relived from tort line, the American arniy, in gre^t force, followed hitn, and made a smart auaek, wine!; *.t (irsi prodm e souu nnpres «io;i, but Ike Bill ;s:i forces • m' I i a I (ly repulsed them, and maintained Ibeir ".rofaiid. W-e have ta' ft) IW-O very large American schooners ja iiiii)t)i sinoe ti given us Use comm <<id o» fiiose waters. —.>ii James Y co launched his ship ol 100 gmis, on Lake Ontario,'and was out •egerrwHiijf his men; -Upon !ht: whoie the ac cotif-s •iitrbiijht}Satisfactory. Exeter%S'ov 14 — A i ap!, Ollnman, whultJ We k (ivv here, lias j ;sr landed, and informed us, that on th' til. his vessel was rtiu liv ttie 't .1 <L >» o.j Lisbon, by the Graincns frigate, C»i;Uui. Wise, tfho informed tunr, that a few tioA previous he ii'u) • d a neutral vessel frtt- AmtH'ca, which mt< r'med.him, that the ^iQcedoniitu &tiA\ United Mates frigaU-s had been i <!e*>niyed -by is in New London s ilia! lilt; A Pier.dent, Madison, had absconded, no one knew where; and that the Amenca. Cabinet WM a,. the utmogi- confusion and a- Ja m i,y rich American s.¡¡PS had got •av"p L.?l-i;i American Papers to the 23d October, were received id town till* morning. are very important. They certain I he ~i)ruji, of the original i'rlJloc¡ll, made by Ike American ./J:'lÙÛsers, of the (woftrst conferences held with the british ommissiont r,s," which, witl) t)llll:i- ,tld I)etore C(,(i- gress The lirsi letter from the above' Com H'tssxroers, is dried Ghent, Aug" st 12, '1814, and contains the terms proposed on the pari of 0 ■" Un.-ii'i, a s l/jecis for discussion.— e yat;e as JSf Fhe forribi.-1 siiiKure of mariners on board of mercbani vessels, .and inconntcriol1 with H, the claim olilis li it t ajesiy' to tije alfegi- a¡:¡,ee (Jlallhh miti"" sui)Jeeb.' 2 i- I'll.- lo.Iuui Ailte<cf Great Britain to he in riie pac luanon, and a definite bouu- "The Kntish Con n i sLarett. tha* an ar- qutnon. 3d. A revision oj Jhe iioimuarv one between the Lf.merl fait's ant) itx* adjacent. Bruisb CTolo- llies. VVitii respect, to this poirt, the Pritisti ( oin mKsioiieis. uiselauHed any ,.iiitei!.ij"n he part oli.:iS>etir to acquire an incretcst of ter- ritory.. 4. The fisheries, reajie hug which the British fj|<ivemnrieiK .will. in»« all<»* the, people of the Unite.; Stares the pi ivi'oje of landing and"drying t the ternioriai Jurisdiction of Greall Britain, *i ii an equivalent. k The American Cuv niissioners were request (*•<>*ern nettt authorised i'iieai to treat upon 1 these sc-Hral poin<s, and to state, on their I jiar», surh otiser .s they .niglit be further j rnstrnrk-d to propose for d'scussion. The nieeH'i^'was adjonrutsl to Tuesday, the 9th oi' •^ngdst, i'iit which day the CoinKiDsiouers met jpgam. 1'he American Commissioners at this meet lug st'aied., Ilut upon the lit and 3d points proposed by the Bftish Coiiimissioners they; were provided -with"ttvstfiieltoi Irom their Covernment, and that ';n the 2d and 4fh o. those Iwinls. there not having exited hereto ft»retanj 'difference befwet'i -the two Govern TIwllts.lheyh;¡d iI"tbeclI adlclllated h.y .tlle Ciovernment iÙfHI Divited ?.tate«, and were therefore'Us! provided i<>r in-their III l ructÎotd; to thev kn.-w-!hai Ihe Governi'ient of Uie Unitf fi States hid app iinted Commissioners- |o tr,ii, "tif peace wilh the Indians, and that it was no; impivDable that peacis had been made with them. The American Commissioners presented as further .pouits' (suhjecls)y considered by'the j Governuient of the Uiuted Siates as suitable I for discussion — I I. A definition of blockade, as far as may be •Agree i, of ot-ber lic(lita,all(i iieifigereiit rights. V. Certain claims of ludeaiiiity to individuals, for captures an seizures preceding and subse- quent to the war # 3. They further.^tated, that there were various Other points to which their iostractions extend, .jrbirb might W^h propriety b.e objects of discuS- 8M>ii, either in the negocia'ion of -tiic peace, or in that cf a treaty of commerce which in case of a jiropitious feriiiioa'inn 0" the., present confe- rences, they were also audu)i'ise;l fo conclude.'— That for the purpose of fa< ilitatins the fust and most essential ohjecf of peace, they had discarded every subject which was noi considered as pecu- liarly connected iviih tliat, and presented only those poiirs which appeared .o be iQiinediateiy relevant to Their negotiation., The American Comniissioners expressed their wish to scceive from the British Commis »lo >ers a slateiiieii! of the views and objects ol jprei t Britain upon all the points, and their wiiiingiiess to dismiss them ail, in order that, if no arrangement could be agreed to upon .1 the points not in their instructions, which v. ouid come within the scope of the powers committed to their discretion, the Government of the United Slates might'be put in possession of the entire and precise intentions of that of Greai Brilam with regard to such points ,tiid ft thaI, Ihenritih Government aught be" y informed of sui ti objections on the part of the United states to any such arraugetnent, Th American Co.n uissioners were asked, wild r, if (titige -f Great i'Jritain siionid enter fur; b -I)a.-tictilarly res- pec tg lie Indian boundaries, the American Coimni sinners coutd expect it would terpii- n u by so ne ;)rovisional arrangement which they old coiiclude, subject to the ratification o. en Goverutnent I They answered, that as v arrangement to which they could agree u the subject must be vvith specific autho- r .y t.oin their Government, it was uot possi We f -r them, previous to discussion, to decide wti-t-I er an article could be framed which wo>('j; be mutually satisfactory, and to which th honId think temselves, under the dia- ,tr i nary powers, jugtiiicd in acceding* j Tfie-Sritish Coaamission^dei^toeil enieriftg" npon (he discagy^n,- itn b^ A.ijietkan Com say. that they tfohsideredjt; SitiiMi < ;-ir discre'H>i 'rv^irakr arratigement on the subject, cot»/orm"able Uie view of presetibeii hy ttse ikiiish Chi. vernment,;and proposed to adjourn tbe confe- •ences, to rousuli their own Govenuneat on I this state of things., The Hiiiiflv■( immissioners were asked whe- ther it was understood as an eQect of t'ie pro- posed t'OuMdary for the Indians, that the United. I ■ laCswould be prec eded from the right oi purchasing'territory from the Indians, wl,llIw i thai i'omsdary, by amicable treaiy wniltto" Indians IhentseWes, without tiie consent "of j Great.Britain—and, whether it was understood | to opera'e as a reslriciion upon lite indias.^ (.from gelling,.by such amicable treaties, lai:d.» | t« She United Slates,as hashitherlo been prac- j iised ? They answered,-that it was understood I that the Indian territories should be a barrier i between the British possessions and those of I the United Siiites that the United States and Great Britain should be both restricted tro<si such purchase of land, but. that the Indians would not be restricted from selling to any thndp-uty. The meeiiiii; was adjourned io Wednesday, the 10th August. The draft (If the Protocol of the conferences 'riie r c at Ghent, (roin which the above is an extract, occupies four columns of the newspaper in which it is published. U concludes thus i — We need hardly say, that the demands o: Great Britain will receive from usa'¡Ullai! and .decided negative. We do not deem it necessary to detain the John Adjust for JIV ,Ykirlit)-ic -of transtoitliug to you the offices notes which may pass on the subject,aud close the negociation. And we feit it our dllty un. .oediat. ly to-apprise you, hychis hasN I correct sketch of the last, conference, that there is not at present any hopes ot pcace."
Fi-om. the LOiS iiO.iV GJZ&TTEyN<>v. 19. COLONIAL DEPARTMENT. *jowning-street, November 16,1814. Extract of a Dispatch fro in Lieufenani-General j Sir George Prevost, Bart, to Earl Batburst. j dated Head-Quarters, Montreal, Sept 30, | 1813. j MY LORD,—1 have the honour to irausmit J ui your Lordship the inclosed copy of a dis- patch 1 have received from Lieut.-Genei il iJrummond, reporting the result of a soriie >nade by ti.e enemy, wi.Ili a large propoitioti nfhiii force from Fort Erie, on the 17th insf. in vvhicti the very superior numbers of the American army-were at length repulsed with great logs, hy the intrepid valour and deter- mined bravery üf theoivIsiOIl of troops under he Lleulenant Generals coaunat.d. A copy of;Major General De \iValtev:He'srepo¡-t. and :he return of kiiied, wounded, and aHsrag 011 the occasion, are annexed, and althougiv in this affair we hate guttered a considerable loss, it will be saiistactoiy to your j.ordship to learu that Lieu enant General Drummond re presents the conduct and spirit displayed by the- otlicers and men engaged, as desef v tiig oi hlshlghest commendatIOn. Extract of a letter from Lieutenant General Dremniond to Lieuieant Sir Pre- uost. Bar!, dated Camp before r ce, S fember,19; 1814 My letter to your Kxccllency of the nth, gave a short account of the result of an at- tack made-by. .I)e"euea IV, oi IIt) aL I position ui» that day. t have now the honour to iraustmt a copy tif Major General i)e Wat t vilie's report, together with a return k lled, wounded, amf missing on-that occasion. To iiie information which your Excellency will derive from (hose document*; 1 have to dd, that as soon us tbe firing was heard 1 pro- ceeded towards the advance, and jound the coops.b^d moved irom camp, and the iloyals u;d 89th had been pushed by M jor General i-iWaiteviile into tiie wi>odon the risht lo-' aids No. 3 battery,, and that .the S2d was isoving to the support oi the batteries ou the ,ft. At this it was reporleùto me that the etienly had gained possession of bat- eries No. 2 and 3, and that our troops were falling back a report which. Hie approach of the tire confirmed (your wxceiiency will hav8v inrecotlecllou that the whole lioe ofopern. tions lay in a thick wood); 1 immedialdy di reeled Lieutenant Coiuuet Campbclllo ddarh one wing of the 6th regiaieut to support the 82d, in an attack uhich i ordered to he made for the recovery of ballery N 0, 2. I directed Major General De Wattevi'le to .superintend this inoveioent; Major in took the direction of the troops and guiis left in reserve. 1 threw forwartlthe •Gleugary light infantry into the wood 10 of the centre, to check tiie advance of the cnern y and support the troops retiring from that point; both fiiese movements were executed to tiiy SMtisfaction. and being combiued with a judi- cious attack made by Lieutenant Culoild Gvr. don, vvit'll part of the iirst brigade, consisling of the 1,4t of the Hoyul Scots; sup- portedv by tbe 83Ui the enemy was every where drrven hack, and our batteries and en- fienchin^uts itg.ainfe'd, not however before he had,,disabled lite guns in No S hmtcry, and ex- pioded its magazine. The enemy did not again attempt to make a, stand, but rdnatej in great disorder to the fort,/and was followed by our troops to the glacis of the place. To Major General be Wattevrtie s report i must refer your Excellency for the cause of the enemy's success m the first instance, viz tiie overwhelming number of the enemy, .lo which we had only the King's and De Watte vilie's regiments to oppose. The spirit winch the troops displayed in all the subsequent ope- rations, deserves the highest cofiiu.endalionsi and entities them to my warmest approbation, I have only to regret that the scene of action (a thick wood) was so unfavourable to the display of the vkiilallle (itialities wii-icii arc in herer-i m British troops. The charge made by the 82d regiment, under Majf>r Proctor, and detachment of the 6tli, under Major Taylor, led to the recovery of the battery No. 2, and very much decided the precipitate retrOgade movement made by the enemy from the ditfe- reiit. points of our liositioti, of which he had gamed a short possession. Major General De Watteville reports most favourably of the steadiness evinced by the 1st battalion Royal Scots, under Lieut. Colonel Gordon (commanding 1st brigade;) and the remains of the 2d battalion, 89th, under Capt. I Basdeu, I myself witnessed the good order I ¡mH,*tLh' which the Glengarry fjHý, lindor Lietit, Colonel BHtersbyV push p.èdi:: 'bp wood, aud byi:their superior fire di-ove back the enemy's ItgJit troops- Liept. C#loiVel Pearson, liispectirt^ Field Officer, JSc- c^mpanied tliis part of his demi-brigade, and I am sorry to say received a severe, though 1 I am sorry to say received a severe, though I hope uot. a dangerous, wound. To Major 'General De WaHeville', wlvo contmanded in camp, and by whom ti,e first directions were aiid arrangements made, I am under yrreat obligaiions for the judgment displayed by him, and for his zeal and exertions during she action. My acknowledgments are also due to Major General Slovist, whq arrived at my head q i n ters a few hours before the at tack, tor the;-assistance 1 received from him. £ raniiot suiiieicnHv appreciate the valuable .ssts aiice which I have received from Colonel Myers, Deptity Quarter Master General, and LSCMH. Colonel Harvey, Deputy Adjutant Ge neral, during-the present service, and which have been of the more importance as, from my own state of health in eonsi qu.-nce of my NV'Hiiid. have not been able to use those ac .five exert'.ons which I otherwise ..might,; 1 avail BlJsdf of this opporluuity-.of agaiti ex- prMsmg my sincere concern at the loss which Ihis divjsion of the army sustained, by the ac- cident wsich deprived it of the services of Major Gei-.eral Couran, from-whose energy and ability much was to be expected To <V«ajor Giegg, Assis ant AdjulaulGencral and to Captain* Chambers and Powell, Deputy Assistants (Auarter Master General fo Captain t'ost T, Miliiarj Scct-(,tiiy; lie,it Colotu-i fiagerman, Provmc i. A'de de Camp; and to Lieutenant Neslien, SO til regiment. Acting Aid th, Camp: v e rendered uie ever j assistance in.iheir respective stations, my best scknowledgm.nls are due they are likewise 2!eu);'¡i1<¡j'¡r D'Allen,Hng-ade J'v!ajOl' wilh the r:'j .t diyi»io4i,. for his uniform correcluessj Ú:¡Hdátt¡,ti,)!j to ;¡í" dllty. of tile 61h am also-much indebted, as weH iu lit* e ipacuy of of that carps,as in that of senior officer of £ of ilfts tlil isioti. Cn!. Fischer, of' and Lieut, Colonel i! i'c of f lie e:t t is led to my best ttiauiis. The zeal. and exertions of Major Philloti commandnig royal artillery Capls. I W "jlk-T and Sabine, and tiit- officers and men I of that corps. Have been unremitting, and a<erit every conimendation. 1 have reason to j be psyased with the activity and zeai which Major Lisle, anil tiu ufficri and meti of the squadron .of. the 191h light dragoons, have tiuiformly displayed. it js.now ascertained, made the ««rtie with his wl;ple. for-e,' which includii.g' I -be milstia volunteer,* by winch he has lately i been joined, cog id. juot consist ofiess than j¡"e! tbowsand. A prisoners fell i into our ,ba&d% .aud.I cannot e»limaie the enemy's ..Joif in kiiied and wouoiled,-at less Ilia, I) it 1". Th- dreadful state of the roads and of flit, >ve;,ther, i! having poured with ram almost foi- the last, ten days, renders every m jvertient of ordtiqnce or heavy storesexedeu- uirfly tl.'fiit'ult. By at rt;(ii3s. the coiiV- manunig artillery officer has succeeded in, moving battery guns and mortars, with their stores, &c. towards the Chippawa, to ,hidl pl..ce Ifllcanlo wilhdaw them tur lite. present. Count -be Lore fort .hrie, fr»t. 19. I.SI'l- SIR,—1 have the honour to report lo J)I1, that tive ewny Attacked, on the 11th in" the nfiernoon at ibree o'clock, our position before Fori Eric., under Colonel, Fischer, composed of the 8th, and De Watte- viUe."s regimenls being on duty Undcr coy«r of atieavy fire of his arliflerv fronyForl Eric, and mncti favoured by thena- lure.of the ground, aud also by, the state of thtr weather, the rain falliu; in torrents at the moment of his approach, the enemy succeeded nduruing the right of our tine of picquels without being perceived, and with a very con- siderable force, attacked both the picquds, And support, iti their flunk and rear; at the same time another of the enemy columns attacked :n front the picquets between No. 2 <:nd ho. 3 batteries, and having succeeded ie' enetrating by No..4 picqueU part of his force turned to his left, and thereby surround- ed our right, and got almost immediately pes session of No 3, battery, The enemy" tneu directed hIS attacks with a very superior force towards No. 2, haUery, hut the obstinate re- sistance made by the pic-quels, every possible disadvantage, delayed considerably his getting possession of No. 2, battery, iu which however he at last succeeded. As gooti as the alarm was given, the 1st brigade, being next for support, composed of :heStoyaiS<;o:s,the 82d and 89th regiments, uiider Lieut. Colonel-Gordon, received orders to march forward and also the light demi- btigade, under Lieut. Colonel Pearson 'ti.e Gill regiment remaining in roerve, under Lieut. Colonel Campbell. From the Conces- sion Road, tiie Royal Scols with, the 89Jh as support, .movedby the New Road, and met the.oneatsy near the btock house, on the right of Sbi battery, witoiii they engaged, and by "i heir steady and intrepid conduct checked his further progress. The 82d regiment and three tt)e re, companies of the 6ih regiment, were detached to the'left, in order I o Support No. 1 and 2 haiteries. the eue^y having at ttidtiime pos. session of No. 2 battery, ami still pushing for- ward seven companies of tie 82d, under Major iiid file three companies of the 6th, under Mjor Taylor, received directions to op- pose the enemy's forces, and immediately charged them with the most intrepid bravery, rlr.ving them back across our. luiiencluueuts; and also from No. 2 battery,.)hereby prevent "g their destroying it, or damaging its guns in a considerable degree: Lieutenant Colonel Pearson witk the Glengarry light infantry, under Lieut. Colonel Battersby,° pusned for- ward by the centre road, attacked and carried with great gallantry the new lntrenchment theu in fullposscssiol1 of the enemy. The enemy being thus repulfed at every poi .t, was forced to retire *-ilh precipitation to their works, leaving prisoners, and a num- ber of heir wounded iu our hands, By five o'clock theentrtochinents Were agaiu occu- pied, and the line of picquets established, as It had beett previous to the enemy's attack. 1 have the honour to lllrtosea"ret(trl\'of ca. sualties, and the report of the officer cum- maoding the L>oyai Artillery, F^G^EC^UG the ,Age cone to c c am the o I, (I ii:to e .v tit. -,i b j rits, during the time they were .nihe enemy's possessu'u 1 have tiie honour to be, &c. (signed) L D WAT lSViLLE. GetierafVi utal—I captain, 4 lieutenants, 7 ser- jeants, I;05.cao.tcasulftltSUekiIled'j 3 lieblenant co- lonels, 3 Captains, 13 lieutenants, I ensign, 13 Serjeants, I drummer, 147 rank and lite wound- lonels, 3 Captains, 13 lieutenants, I ensign, 13 Serjeants, I drummer, 147 rank and lite wound- ed 2 majors, 4 captains, 2 lieutenants, 2 ensigns 1 adjuraui, I assisfaoi-surgeon, --It serjeauts,2 missing. NAMES OF OFFJCERS KIT.LRD, 4.NU WOUNDED. KULed~3A Foot, C'apr.aiu cBrevet Weut,-Col.) J. Willington, Ensign J.( hapman. 76th Foot, Captain J. Purchase—6th Foot, Captain R. D. Pattersoll-Bth Foot, Lieutenanr Ha rnstou- De Watteville's Regiment, Lieutenant Peliichody. Wounded.'—General Staff, Captain T. Crosse, Aide de Camp to Major General De Rottenburg, slightly—fia Foot, Lieutenant R: Kingsbury, se- vei-ely (,ince.(tetd) Lieutenant J. We*st, seve,,e- ty Lieutenants G. Benson, and J. Home, slight- •jy—6th -Foot, Lieutenant Andrews, severely-— Sib Foot^LieutenautLowry,severely—58th Foot, Captain L. Westropp, severely; Lieutenant C. Broheir, slightly; Lieutenant and Afijutant — Lo wis, slightly—82d Foot, Captain J. M. Wright s.nce dead; Captain E. Marshall, slightly Lieu- tenants H. Pigott, W. Mason, and 11, Latham, severely G, Harnian, slightly Ensign Charles Langtorcj, sitice dead—Royal Scots,-Liout-Colo. net J. Cordon, |severel_v Lieulenant J. J. liut- tledge,since.dead De Watteville's Regiment, !,ic,itei)ant Coioiiel,- Fisher, severely; Captain j\litteltlOlz.r, se\<erely; Lieutenant Gingios, se- verely Lieutenant Steigrt, sli-htly- Lieutenant La Pi::t,e, seve.rely-S*,atf, Lieutenant Colonel T. Pearsofi, Inspecting Field Officer sevier'ely.
MEMORANDUM. Substance of three Conventions Supplementary to the Treaties of Chaunionf, and Paris, con- eluded al London, the 20f h of June, 1811, on the pai t of his Majesty, the Emperors of Aus- tiia aiid Russiaj and the King of Prussia. Foreign Office, Nov. 10, 1814. Three Conventions, supplementary to the Treaties of Chanmont and Paris, were agreed lo and concluded at London en, the 29th of JtMie, 1'814, by the Plenipotentiaries of big Majesty, (ite Emperor of Auslria, the Emlle- ror of Liussia, and the King of Prussia, by which the Sovereigns to mamtam, on a war establishment, 75,000 men, namely, 60,000 foot and 15,000 liortie, util il,, the arrangements respecting the future state of the powers of Europe, which aijcordin"- to the -above--oiemioned Treaty of Paris tkere to be regulated at the C^jigi ess of Vienua, should be completed. His Majesty reserves thereby to himself i'fie power of furnishing his contingent, coilforlil- abiytothehtmhartkieoitheTfeatyof ChalltUollt. » The High Contracting Parties engage to I I ?, eniploy illese, armies only by eo, Coll- sent, and in the spirit and for the end of their I above-mentioned alliance, j The acts of rati licaiion (if lhese Conventions | on. the parts of llie Emperor of Austria, the J limperor of Russia, and the King of Prussia | tiave 110I yel been received iu London, j
NOTICETO CRRDITOfb. 4, persons having any deiuands upon the 1\1 Estate of tin: flev. Robert Meyrick Hmn- phreys, laie of Gla.iConw^j in tbeeouoty of Den- bigh; deceased are requested to send an aMount thereof, (specifying the nature and dates of their ft- ff. TON E'3, oi- Fai-m, iseaf Abeigele. thai provision he made for discharging the same. CJRNJRVONSIimE. TO BE SOLD BY" PRiV VI' £ CONTRACT, ( And immediate Possession gium) ALL thai modern-built Messuage or Dwel- ling House with the .Appur"t'eua«ces'theVe- nn to belonging, situate in High-street, in the town of Carnarvon, late in the occupation of Mr. Richard WiUiams, Salfciior. These Premises consist-iiftwo parlours'<i large dihing-room, fivc cxcellent bednJOms,,ilh £lIit- ab'tejattics-; two .large Cellars, a yard, contain ing a two-stall s'aiile, and a large brewhouse, with convenient, rooms over them. A Iso, that other,modern Jmilt Messuage or D .veiling. Jlu-use, adjoining the above premises, with the Appurtenances, late in the tenure of Mr.Tp!em.in,wa(ch!)tH!fer. coin,lirise two parlotirs, a large dining-room, five compact bed-rooms, with con- venient garrets over them; (wo kitchens, two cellars, a large brewhouse and pantry, with a good room over them in the yard* belonging to these premises. Both the above Dwell ing-houses are well adil)t- ed for private families; or for persons in busi- ness, on account of their contiguity to the mar- ket place. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post paid) to Mr. fl. R. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Car- narvon, who will appoint a person to shew the premises. P A UTtriJLJ ns OFTfJE LOTS, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTIOtf, At the Crown and Anchor, in the town of PwIl heli, in the county of Carnarvon, the 30th day of November, 1814. LOT 1. ■■■■ii ■■■■' T A PORTION ot Mynydd AngcTog, A. ft. p. p.in oi the Fuel Ground, in the >• .parish ot Aherdaron, above Angelog, the property of William Owen, Plas- newydd, containing, 12 2 0 LOT II. A Portion of MyuJdll y Rhiw, part of the Fuel Ground, m the parish of Lianfaeirhys, joiiiing allotment of Ri- chard Edwards,Eq. 4 0 0 LOT HI. A portion of ditto, being part of the Fuel Grouud, inihe parish of Rhiw, joining an allotment of Sir R. Vaughan and Richard Edwards, Esq 19 0 0 LOT IV A Portion of ditto, being part of the Fuel Grottiid, in tile parish of Bryn- croes,'joining lot 4, purchased by Will. Williams, Esq. and the road from Rhiw to Bryncroes.10 0 0 LOT V. A Portion of Gow Llyferin, in the parish of Ltanengan, being the Sand llill from Cluttia Redyn, to the Beach, 14 0 0 LOT vr. Mpes y graig and Henryd, in the pa- rish :ltfl,laneuga.n, and joining the pro- perties of Tbos Asheton Smith, Esq, Richard Edwards, Esq. William Jones, and Griffith Jones. Further particulars may.,be. had by applying to the Commissioner, or of Mr. Robt. Griffitii, of Pwllheli, where maps of the several tots may beseea. :TO RS, JOINERS, fyc* TO BE SOLD, S .VERAL hundred feet-of well seasoned kj' BEECH PL A NK, of various thickness, wtth- in a few mites of the Port of Trefriew, on the iuver Couway. Apply to DAVID DA tins, of iy f) y Coed, near Penmachno, Carnarvonshire. I CARNARVON POOR HOUSE. A GOVERNOR WANTED, IrO Manage and superintend the Poor JL in this Houset a middle-aged Man, witb a wire, without children, would be preferred. l'to oiie need apply that cannot produce testimonials of his good character from his last employers. For particulars of the situation, (if by letter- post paid) apply to Mr. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Overseer ot the Poor, Carnarvon. -> l, JOHN CHAMBERS, having had the mw- toitune a, short time since, to fracture Iris leg, and receive other Injuries, hegs shus public- I p ly to express his gratitude to Colonel Yaiighan- Mr. Clark, of Corwen, and to Mr. Roberts, of the Druid-Inn, Cpriwen. for their humane assist ance and kindness; and to Mr. Jones, surgeon, Bala, tor his unwearied skill and attention, by which lie is now nearly recovered. Corwen, Druid Inn, Nov, 7, 1814. A YOLNG m aN, having a practicalknow- ledge ot the most approved systems of Agriculture, is desirous of a siluatiofi as a Land Steward or Bailiff. The Advertiser would have no objection to act under the agent-of-ae estate, whose extent of bu- siness might need assistance and as employ- ment in a comfortable situation is more the ob- ject sought after, than emolument, a large salary will not be required. J References of the first respectability can be given; and letters, addressed to Messrs. Thei-as Whalh) and Sons, Nursery and Seedsmen, Li- verpool, vyill receive Îmmediateattcnrion S i-i EE P. TO BE SOLD in AUCTION. On Beaumin is Green, oil Saturday the 3d day of December, 1814, at 12 o'clock, rflHE following Lofs of S-HEKP, bred by JL Mr.. Hampton, from Cotswold, Rylandf and New Leicester, most improved breeds. 4 Three year-old Ewes. 3 Two year-old ditto. 2 One year-old ditto. 7 Ewe fiiml)s, • II V ether ditto. 3 One year old Wethers. TO BE SOLD BY PtUVATE TREATY, A TEN EM EN T filled iUeudiyn (ynnog9 containing 26a. Ir. 16p. of prime LAND, with a Wind iVlill thereon, situate in the parish of L [a s. in the county of Anglesey, and now in the bolrlitig of w iiiiarn Mark, under a lease thereof -the term of 41 years, of which II years on IN at", Now unexpired, at the small reserved annual rent o fC2 1. The Mill is in good repair, and well situated for custom. Further particulars may be had f/f^u Mr/F.E. BARKER, Cluster; LL A?i G-1SIN WIS SI A. N-D L.L A N B KDJT il RwHQHOtL'CII l A CLOsUit ti, fifpflE Owners of Estales, having Riihrs ô- 6, 0- A Common on tlie several. ComuionabteYands ,i,, r(i aud^Waste Grounds, Witliiu the above partsflcs. are'r^quested to a'1r:nd bv themselves or their eSCn'»V »• -W- We'lncsday the SOih iustaui.at one o cluck in inc.- afternoon, for the purpose of deliberating npoft the measure of a Bill, proposed to be brought into Parliament, for dividing, allotting, inclosing .and-otherwise.- improving the said Commoqablfe Lands and Waste Grounds. IV,). 23d.JSt4. i l „ ANGLESEY. TO CONIIZAC.'i'OkS.-CoUNTY w O,R K'&' NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, OrTHAT the reiw|rij»g and widening of a cer* a taiuj'.ridge. over the river Pwll Pilio si- ,ttlikte in the parish of Rhoscolyn, in the county of Anglesey, called Pbnltiewydd, will be set, art an adjournment of the Quarter to ha j lioliteo. at the house of Mr. John Moulsdale, known by the name of Gwyndu, in the said county, on Monday the 12ih day of December next, dt f&elVe o'clock atnoon. < N. B. A plan of the Bridge,and a specificaUoa of the work, will be produced at the time and place aforesaid, and may in the mean time be inspected at the Clerk of the Peace's Olfice, at Pencraig. The Contractor will be required to give satisfactory security, in double the sum, to om- ptete the work, and perform the contract. W. P. POOLE, Clerk of the Peace of the county of Anglesey. Llandisiliv and LlaneiUan Inelonure* ■< ■ CLAIMS TO RlGaX 0F COMMOJtf. I 'THEUndersigned, the Commissioner,ap- £ pointed by ati Act of Parliament, passed in the fifty-fourth year of the reigu of his ptesent Majesty, intituled An Act for Inclosing Lands in (ne parishes of Llandisiiio and LlaneiUan, in the county of Anglesey." Do hereby give Notice, That a Schedule, containing all the claims which have been delivered to me, in respect of Lands in the said parish of Llaiidisilio, is left at the (r c,.e Office of Mr. Owen Anthony Poole, at Gorph- wysfa, ip the county of Carnarvon, and that. Scliednje coutaiuii/g all the claims which have been delivered to me, in respect of Lands in the j said parlshof Llaneiliaiijij is left ill the Otrice of j Mr. Robert Prichard, at. Llwydiarth Esgob, ia the said county of Anglesey, for the insect ioa of all parties interested. And all persons who have neglected to deliver in their claims, are &t quired to send such of the said clahns as re lata to the said parish ofLtandisilio, to the said Mr. Owen Anthony Poole; and such as relate to the said parish of Ltaneiliair, t the saio Robert Prichard, on or before the second day of ^?eceia^ her next, or riley will afterwards be excluded. OBJECTIONS TO CLAIMS. And I do give frit th-er Notice, That I will attend at the house of Mr Will fata Jackson, known by the sign of the George an Dragoo, al Bangor-fet ry, io the said county of CariiarVon, on the ninth d^y °' the same montin of December, when and where all and every person and persons, having any objections to or, fe.r to any claim or claims, are required to stato, the particulars thereof, in w legally signed, and to deliver the same to me, at tbe house of" the said William Jackson ^foresaid, on the said ninth"dil> of December next, and no such object tions' will afterwards be received, unless for some legal disability or special cause, to be allowed by ate ..WALTER JO*NES« r Ccfn RUI, 15fli IVov, 1814.