MARKETS. Com Exchange, .Monday, November 28. The arrival of foreign Wheat last week was T I ,0-25 quarters—This morning there is a large supply of hear at market, ivhieh cau-es great dullness ill tile trade, and the prices are 2s. pe:: (lit irter lower, wilh a still greater decline on the ordinary qualities. Barley sells freely at r,tl)er hgher prices. Beans are mcuh as Ia. t we(.,k- Tile supply of Oats is short for this season of the year, and the rates of this article are fully main- tained—Flour is expected to sell al 05s. per sack for the best. GENERAL CURRENCY AS UNDER. %Vlle,it 45s 70s • Grey Pease, ,44s 50s 0 Fine —65» 76s t Small Beans.r.S- 40s 0 il) c 40 s J Ticks S5s Ms 0 Barley —'28s 38s Oats 20, 6s 0 Aialt -—60s 74s Polands. ,,18>t29sO White Peas— 50s 60s I Rape-seed.. = £ 28 30 AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, By the Quarter of liig-ht Winchester Bush.-■Is. I II heal J Rye. Barley Oats, s. d. s. d. s. d. I s. d. Anglesey. 70 0 ———— 40 0 I v0 5 Caruarvonsh. 72 0 ———— 40 S 21 0 Denbighshire 74 6 48 7 i~-l 0 Flintshire. 74 0 15 0 28 6 Rlerionethsh, 75 4 46 4 29 0 Montgomery, 79 2 ,— 47 0 27 0 Cllester 80 0 — 50 0 SO 0 Liverpool, 79 oj- 50 830 0 PRICE OF MEAT AT SMITHFIELD. Per Stoue of Slhs. Monday. Nov. c28. Beef. 5?. 0d. 6s. 0d. Veal.. 7s. 0d Ss. Od, Mutton. 5s. Od. 6s. Od. Pork.. 6s. 0d- 7s 4d. Head of Cattle at Smilhficld. Beast. 2,93 Sheep 11'640 Pigs. 420 (Calves 100 LIVERPOOL. Curn bxchctn^e, Nov. 22. Although the importation is again large, yet from the continued tegular demand durin" ihe week, the inCI ease of ampIes ar to day' market was not so great as apprehended—'The enquiry was principally for Wheat antl Oats of the finest quality a partial advance may he noted on the former of 3d. per bushel; the letter sold readily thougu Id. per bushel dearer, and a lew extra line parcels obtained Id. above the quotations- Flour was again very dull sale-Barley, Malt and Beans ex pc rienced no chance. 1:TT" wneat. us. ua. a lis. 6 I. per 70 lbs. Barley 4s. 6d. a 5s. 6d. per 60 lbs* Malt 10s. 6d. a 12s. 3d. 9 Oats 3s. 7d. a 10d. per 45 Ins. Pease White.50s. Od. a 063 Od. per quarter. Beans. 42s. Od, a 48s. Od. per qr, Flour Eng. ifne 62s. 0d. a 63s. Od. per 280ihs. Seconds. 56s. Od. a 581S. Oct.ditto
SHIPPING. v BA XGOR —Arrived, Betfies, Da- vies, from Liverpool, coals and stm- dries; Ellinor, Lloyd, from Holy- heal, ballast. t C eared out,Johns,Ilodson; Bet- sey, (.His, for Liverpool, slates- CunAtivoN.—Arrived, Catherine. Evans; Mary Cat/ferine, Jones; Ann, Jones, from Dub- lin, ballast; Eilmor, Evans; Friends, Powell$ Mary Ann, Thomas; To ivy n, Jones; Pb<Eiux, Roberts; Lady Hughes, Williams, from Liver- e's. pool, coals and sundries. Cleared out, George, Jones Elizabeth, Wil- liams Boadicea, Ellis, L,r Liverpool, sundries. BEAUJIABIS.—Arrived, Mary, Jones; George and Robert., Dyke, from Waterford; Betty aud Peggy, Hughes; James and John, Williams; Ldward and Mary, Jones; Fanny, Jones; Hap- py Return, Rasthorn Lord Nelson,Hodge,from Liverpool, for Beaumaris, coals, &c.; Hero, Jones, from Carnarvon, for Chester, slates; Margaret, Evans; Harry, Cook, froill Carnar- VOII, for Liverpool, stone Mitis,Boden- i Hannah, Hughes, from Liverpool, for Dublii-i Palmyra. Hughes, from Liverpool, Goals, &c. .A,iiii,,Toiies, JuiiiaPe,- y, Promptness, Owen; Ann, Jones; Junia Peggy, Mary, Griffith, from Gloucester; Nancy. Jones,from Pembroke, culm; Brothers, Jones, from Carnarvon, slates. Cleared ont, Hero, Junes, for Barmouth, her- rings and cheese Minerva, Roberts, for Liver- pool, butter and potatoes.
/TlHE following Gfentlemen are become Addi- j| tioual Subscribers fa the Carnarvonshire an-' Anglesey LOY AL DISPENSARY. £ s. d. The Druid Society. 2 2 0 "Rev. J. f-I..ifner I 10 Itev. 11. ivlajendie 1 1 0 Thomas, Esq. Trevor. I I 0 Rev. P. B. Williams, Lianriig, I 1 0 SOCIETY FOR PROMO II\G CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. npHE BANGOR DIOCESAN COMMIT- X TEE will meet <m Friday, th^ 9th day of December next, at the Chapter Room, when nil persons who are indebted !O the Secretary for Books, are requested to make good their pay- ments. J. H. COTTON, Secretary. Bangor, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1814. N B. This Meeting has been unavoidably post- poned. Iro BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREAT Y, A S EN EM EX T catted Bleuddyn Cynnog« containing 26a. Ir. 16JI. of prime LAND, with a Wind-Mil I thereon, situaie in the parish of Llangristiolus, in the, collil'y of Anglese;, and now in the holding lit Wiliiam Mark, unde a lease thereof granted for the term of 41 years, of which 11 years only are now it the small reserved annual rent of ;1:21. The Mill is in good repair, and well situated for custom. Further particulars may be had from Mr.F E. BARK V". Chester. TO iiti; feOLD In A i C (By -order of the Assignees of John Isaacs, a Bankrupt) On the premises at Llangefni, in the county of Anglesey, on Monday the 5th instant,— ALL the valuable Household Furniture,— also a quantify of Oats, Wbeat, an iiartey in stack, a rick of Hay, a quaon.y of Potatoes, part of a lieid of Turnil)S. four (art mares, one ditto horse, a ihree-year old colt, tv o two-year old ditto, two one year ditto, three cows, one pig, two carts and frames, ploughs, harrows, and other useful implt aunts of husbandry. The sale to commence at ten o'clock in the forenoon precisely. -w.- CORY IND P i PER MILLS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 's ft'v c WITHOUT 3ESERVE, At the King's Head i in the town of Llanrwst, in the county of Denbigh, on Tuesday the 6th day of December, 1814, subject to conditions then to be produced :— ALL thai undivided Moiety or half Part or Share of, and in all those new erected Waser, Corn, Grist, and Paper Mills, situate on the Carnarvonshire side of the Vale, Wiihifc six Waser, Corn, Grist, and Paper Mills, situate on the Carnarvonshire side of the Vale, Wiihifc six mites of tile large corn market town of Llanrwst, an five of he town of Convey, culled Porth- lltvyd AliUs 1 he river which wc lcs the same af- ford" a regular and iueessant. supply or water, II even in the very iii-;esi summer, sufficient to work a wheel, of any power whatever, distant only about 100 yards (roht me navigable river Conwaj, so remarkably convenient for shipping the Flour and Paper for Liverpool, Chester, &e.; there is •also a road down to 1He river, and a boat lor con- Vejiiis,' the Flour, &c- vo the Denbighshire side. The Corn Mil consist of two pair of Stones, OIK-for wheat and the other for barley. The whole of the Wheels "III I respective Machinery arc perfectly good, new, and complete* The IValef Wheet.is of 40 horse power. The inter- nal Wheels are u41 of can-iron, md work both Corn and Paper Mills en her together oi sepa- rately, as occasion requires. Tste Paper Mill Ens'ne, ami the goodness of the water witi ansv cr I io makc writing paper, am1 paper of all descriptions can (lOW be aiaoa there. The Premises are tor 3 young lives, (Jf Cie respective ages of 6, II, and 13 years, and I the iife of the survivor 01 tJwm; with 81 years ceruia,commencing November 1810, i;s case all the lives should happen to die in the mean twac, subject to the ground rent of C I '}o. (3d. per annum, and "o the cowi>.<nts in the lease. The additional ground comprised in the lease, H ex(ensive-«nough to erect a Cotton Factory, and there fs an additional fall of water lor that or an, "I her pui ,;ose, as well as for crecting ad- ditional onu'clilies. The tenant will shew the premises, and for further pa* lioulai's apply to Ma. GKIFFIXH, Solicitor, Llanrwst. .( Tills advertisement will not be continued.)
LONDON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28. Aw article trom V t ma mentions that a cou- rier from ItaEv brought intelligence which |>rridticet! » IOllgo conference between Lord Castlereagh and Count Metternich. As soon as it terminated, three Austrian Generals were ordered to proceed without delay to Padua, where Marshal Be I teg aide would point out !o them their ulterior ùesiillalioll. SnOlC persolJs suspect that this measure has been occasioned by the sudden advance of the army oftheKing of Naples. But this we do not believe. The Austrian and Neapolitan Governments are on the best fooliti, iiid neither of them have all interest in violat iag the Treaty which has been so lately ratified by Austria. The estab- lishment of Joachim upon the Throne is ne ceusary to the security (If Italy \Vere a Bourbon to occupy Hie Throne of Naliles, the probability is, that France would recover, be. fore the exp iation of five years, the-uncon- trolled ascendancy she possessed over Italy. An ititerest,iv, disetissiott to(,k place in the Chamber of Deputies on the 23d. upon a subject w.liteli. at fiist view of it, would be considered as of slight importance. The Mayor of a Commune petitioned against the conduct of a returned emigrant,, who had been Lord of the Manor or Village, and who at the celebration of All Saints' Day, ordered the Sacristan to bring the consecrated bread to him before he presented it to the Mayor.- Soole írttJrhance took place, and the Mayor thought proper to make it the subject of a petition to the Chamber, in which he inveighs against the emigrants, representing them as wishing to treat France like a conquered eoun- try. and placing themselves above the con- stituted Authorities, Extract of a Letter from the Chesapeake, of a recent date:—"The blacks who liav 11 deserted to us, from their cruel masters, the Americans, have been drilled at Tangier Is land, in this river, and formed into a third battalion of marines, and are nboutto embark in the Regulus troop ship to assist our expe d'tiun in the Fioridas, which is destined to against Louisiana. Major Lewis, Royal Mi- rines. is to have the command of thIs balla- lion, with the temporary rank of Lieut. Col. and Capt. Clements is to be Major. The, are a fine body of men, arc very tractable, and in all cases where Ihey have been tried, have displayed mu» h bravery. Lieuts. Harris and Horton have joined Col. Malcolm's battalion. The men of this Corps in all situations ha'l/( universally acquitted themselves to the admi" ralion ;)f ett,-ry one. Madison appears as un- popular as ever with the people on (he exten- sive shores of this river. The letter proceeds to state the plentiful maimer in which our men of war are supplied with the first neces- saries, iiid that some of our officers have ac- tually on board horses and Iluleswhich they made prize of when ashore. The Ramilies, and a few frigates and brigs, are expected lo winter in the Chesapeake. PRICE OF STOCKS, 3 per Ct, Consols 6;jH I, 3 per Ct. Lied 64H 4 per Cents. Si |
BIRTH. On Tuesday, the Lady of the Rev. S. Rice, of the Friars, of a daughter. On the 16:h ult. at LIang-edwin, the Lady of C. W. Williams Wynn, Esq. M. P. of a daughter. At Sandford Park, Oxfordshire, the Lady of R, Kynaston, Esq, of a son. Vt Dunraveu Castle, the Lady of the Hon. Windham Henry Quin, of a daughter. KiRKlED. On the Witi ult, by the Rev. Mr. Williams, curate of Myfod, Evan Wooden, Esq. or Glas- cornb Hall, JVlonigomerjshire, aged 82, to Miss Jones, of Cefngoley, ill iie said county, a"e(I 17. On the 21st' inst.at Aberdate, J.N.Lucas,Esq. eldest son of John Lucas, Esq of Stone llall, to Mary, youngest daughter of Ihe late Richard Ri- chards, Esq. and sister to Major Richards, of Aberdare. At Wrexham, Mr. Snelson, of Naniwich, to A bey, second daughter of the Rev. Wm. Brown, of the former place. Last week, Mr. Samuel Barker, to Mrs. Dinah Duntborp, both oi Downham Market, SlItfolk- the milted ages of this pair of turtle dOles a- mounted to (30 years A t the Collegiate Church, Manchester, after a courtship of 19 years, Mr. Hen y I'hateli,r, o,- Stockport, to Miss M, Smith, üf the samepJace. 151 EI). Last week, at an advanced age Mrs. Jonathan, rl'iict of "Vlr. Jonaxhan, hatter, of this city, On Saturday, at the advanced age of 74, Mrs. Jackson, wife of Mr. Jackson, ot Bangor Ferry Inn. The demise of this most excellent woman, we are persuaded, w'ill excite the sympathy and regret, not only o-f her immediate friends, but of all ranks who have been in the habit ol'pas- sing between this country aud Ireland the active iuties of !I, i, station, she fulfilled so greatly cre- ditable to herself, and so highly satisfactory to her visitors, that for many years the comforts of Bangor Ferry Inn, have been proverbial to the ilist (amines of ihese United Kingdoms. In her | tile poor have suite red a great loss her chari tits, tnough silent, were active and diffuse; her memoiy will Joug be revered throughout a very extensive cirfte. On the 24th uit. in the 10th year of her age, Sarah Margareita, second daughter of Richard Hashes Sdoytl, Esq. ofGwerctas,Merionethshire. At (iodmanstoue, Dorset, aged 67, the Rev. Edmund Smith, L. L. D. ltector of that parish, and oi Melcomb Honey, iu the same county.— During upwards of 30 years that he resided at Godmanstone, he was not absent from his paro- chial duties three mouths in consequence of his excellent conduct, there was not (.says the County Chronicle) a dissenter in his parish, and scarcely an absentee from the service of the Church. On the 17th ult. after a painful and lingering illness, in the 66'h year of her age, Mrs. Ann Williams, of Mold.-—Being left a widow with five small children, at an early period, she felt a due sense of the important duties in the care of a fa- mily, always incuicatiug the biesse i maxim, that the end of the uprigL; and religious is peace." Possessed of the victory that overcometh the tvorld, she was enabled to sustain the increasing pressuie of her divease, with uncommon patience and resignation, which ever characterised her through life. At Albrighton, much esteemed and regretted, Mr, t ieorge Morrall, druggist, of Oswestry. 1* r iday, after a long illness, at her residence in Haverfordwest, at an advanced age, the Right Hon. the Dowager Lady Kensington, mother of the Right lion. Lord Keusington. At his house iu Hereford, in the 65th year of his age, Mr. Henry Jones, Solicitor. At Cambridge, Mrs. Williams, the amiable consort of George crimes Williams, Esq of LIwynywormwood, Carmarthenshire. Late-y, Thomas Princep, Esq. of Croxall, Der- byshire. He was of the true school of the bold English yeoman. A Nimrod at the spods oflhe field-A Prince at the head of his table.—His heart was the seat of the kindliest affections and his house was the very temple of hospitali- ty.As an agriculturist, he spared neither labor nor expeuce in following the suggestions of im- provement and enquiry and in giving efficacy to science. His live stock has for many years rank- edamong the best and handsomest in the kingdom.
The Riglit Reverend the Lord Bishop of (his Diocese arrived at the Palace, on Satur- day last, after all excursion of some weeks to Dublin. A quantity of turpentine has come ashore ill the late storms, in the neighbourhood ot lAan- ydno,aisd some part of il has been secured by the Officers of the Customs at Conway. The Chancellor of the Excheqller slated in the House of Comtuons, that it .vaS intended to adjourn the Parliament on Monday se'n- night until after Christmas. The length of the recess was not intimated, but it will pro- bably extend considerab'y into February. The Duke of York has appointed Captain W. H. Jones, of the Welsh FuiileerSj to the I Staff iu the Londou district. So long as there was the smallest hope, we refrained from stating ibe probable loss ofthe flat, Charles, of this poit, Richard Jones, Master, in a severe storm, crossing the Irish channel, about five weeks ago; from the circumstance of the boat being found off Ho- lyhead, there is every reason to believe that she sunk in deep water, where, awful to state, all perished The Captain was a most indus- trious nan, and has left, a disconsolate widow ond six small children, who mainly relied Oil i: is exertions for their support. Oil the night of Saturday last, during a severe squall of wind and rain from N. N. W a Prussian brig, Johan Grasse, master, from Bourdeaux, to Liverpool, was unfortunately driven 0:i 'Priestholm Island; upon the first shock, five of the crew ascended the main- mast, which almost immediately broke from (he vessel, and falling providentially over ibe rock, landed the above part of Ibe crew in safety on its summit; the Captain, his son, and the cook, unfortunately perished not a veslige of either vessel or cargo were saved. Ou I he. arrival of the survivors at Beaumaris, Lord Bulkeley with his wonted philanthropy and b^nevole.fice ordered them every comfort, and furnished tlicfl, wttl) money and cloth. ;ng to enable them to return to their own country, heiug all Prussians. The New Catherine, O'Brien, from Cork to fit"flrpool, drove on shi re near ,> •• vsfwiLh, during a h<-avy gale on the 9!h mst. with loss <>f sails, and part of her rigging, but was got off afier discharging part of her cargo, and carried into the barbnur.- At Llandiio Fair, "u the 12th inst. the num- ber of cattle and pigs brought for sale was Considerable; the former sold at very reduced prices, and the latter at the first rather advan ced, but afterwards declined in price. It is reported, that Lord Hcdesdale will suc- ceed the Lord Chancellor, who, il is said, wil I resign, in consequence of a domestic calamity. Sir J. Healhcole, Mr. Wedgwood, a;:d other frentleiren, coai proprietors and manufactur- ers in Staffordshire, are humanely endeavour- ing to found an Infirmary in the Potteries—a most populous district, and in which a num- ber 01 casualties occur to miners and others. There has this season been some very large shoass of herrings inCardigan Bay, great num- bers of which have been caught by the boats from New Q,uay and Abereiron, where they were sold at 6s. per maize, comprising about 600 fish, and distributed in great profusion all through South Wales. Rejoicings took place last week at and in the neighbourhood of Newcastle Emlyn, in consequence of the safe return of Captain Lioyd, of the 10th hussais, to Dolebaidd, the seat of Ills father, D. E. L, Lloyd, Esq. after several years service on the Continent. — Amongst other demonstrations of joy, were bonfires on both hanks ofth; Tivy, accompa- nied by a display of fire-works. Curious Anagram.— fhe Ie,tersofthe name of Samuel tVhUl-fead, being transposed, form the li'e rize his btitiiiiti,'I." -The early sown wheats In the southern par's of Sussex are already several inches above the ground and the young plants in general al)- pear healthy. Fairs. Carnarvon, Gresford, Dec. 5th 'I Abergele, 6th Cerrigydruddion, 7th. On Wednesday the ult,about twelve a I night, a large bail of fire was seen from Ca- vertoa Edge, which passed over iii a N. W. direction. It produced a strong light, and when it burst, sent forth snch briiliauty'that the minutest object might be seen. An ttttsuspecting Saw try, who had cotne all the way from Auld Heelcy, to pay his respects to Miss SouUicote, meeting the learned Tozer, said, weel, has Maistress Joanna gota Bairn ? A Barn, man, exclaimed the indignant disci- ple—she rents a house at ten guineas a week t It rs a curious fact in the history of the is land of Elba, that Anysis the Blind, King o Upper Egypt, being driven from his kingdom iu the second year of his reigii, retired to this island in the year 1417 of the Egyptian era, or 731 years before Christ, where afier having remained for the long space of fifty years, lie was recalled lo the throne at the death of Sa- hacon, who had usurped it. Anysis died a short time afterwards. The Paris contain the official details ot the solemn delivery ot Saxony it) Piiissla, andof the entrance of the latterinto possession. Prussia obtains (he whole of Saxony is no partition ol it. The contract wa.» origi nally conceived and entered into by Russia and Prussia, and acceded to by Austria and linglaud These are the four parties to thedeed. Oil Friday last, the bridie stolen from Mr. Davies, of the Flash,near this town, was found on the premises of Thomas Williams, near Grlansanant Isa, iu the parish of Llaurhaidr, Denbighshire.—Two constables from Oswcs- try, who had a suspicion of this man from his description in the advertisements, attempted to apprehend him they proceeded 10 his bed in the dark, and laid hold of his shirt, when he sprang from them, and escaped through a bole in the floor of the mum, anti allscollrled naked. The constables remained in the vicinity a con- siderable time, but were unable to tind him.- Shrewsbury Chronicle. A Mail from Holland has arrived, and in the iJazetle Universellc brought by it is rather a curious article relative to the life, character, and present occupations of some of Bonaparte's most active instruments. The Gazelle con- tradicts the assertion, that theyhot(i secret meetings at Paris. They are in different parts of France. Maret (Duke de Bassario) is at Dijon with his wife and family, and they were well received by Monsieur in his late visit to that country; Savary (Duke de Rovigo) lives upon his estate; and Caulamcourt (Duke de Vicenza) is lately married to a Lady belonging to Josephine's household, and resides al his Castle in Normandy. I-le is said to be ciii ployed upon a Memorial relative to the ar. rest of the Duke d'Eughien. fits a: tempt to clear hinaselt from that atrocious crime has been ineffeclual-" There's the smell of the blood still." The Gazette adds, that the Duke ot Wellington complained strongly of the in- decent comments inserted in the French papers with the knowledge and consent of the French Censors, upon our capture of Washington.— Some notes passed between him aud the Mi. nister who has the portefeuille of the Foreign Department in the absence of Talleyrand: the result was the declaration in the Jfoniieur that that paper was the only official journal, and an insertion of an article in justification of our conduct iu one of the French papers, Rara A gentleman ofBallvshannon, some days ago, shooting in the mountains near CasMe Caldwell, killed a bird of a nosl singu- lar species, In shape it resembles a turkey, bat is much larger, and has a bill nearly four inches long. Its plumage, which is must beautiful, is somewhat similar to that of a magpie. It has no tail, and what is more ex. traordinary, only one leg and foot. Fisheries.—The Government, anxious to encourage the Fisheries, and promote a sup- ply of fish for the Metropolis, recently passed an Act to annul the Post Horse of, Id. per mile, after the 31st of January next, on horses let for the conveyance of fish carriages which, although it will very much decrease the post horse duty, will afford great relief to the fishing ports, Forbay, Aov. 19.-Oti Thursday evening last, arrived the American ship cartel Fingal, charged with a flag of truce, 26 days from New York. Captain Taunton, after lauding several men, women, and children here, sailed for Havre de Grace. Among- the passengers landed here was a Dissenting Minister, who has been fifteen years in America, and the two last years has been confined and treated very iii by (hem, on account of some religious principles.—As soon as the boat touched here, he lealit-tl i) shore, knelt down on the beach, and with his eyes and bands uplifted to Heaven, prayed in the most devout and solemn man- ner; then kissed the ground and blessed our iaed of liberty. A melancholy accident happened in fhe neighbourhood of Swansea on Monday even- log; as Air. Win. James, of the house of Am, brose and Co. Bristol, was returning from Clydach, his horse startled at something on the road, plunged down a precipice of about sixteen feet into a small stream of water, and falling oil liis unfortunate rider, broke his) Hugh. Mr. J. could not extricate himself frolll the animal, who lay upon Vim nearly three hours, when his crieis were fortunately heard by a person passing at a short distance, who on discovering his dreadful situation, im- mediately procured assistance, and he was- conveyed to the house of a friend at CSydaHi, where he remains in a favorable way. The horse died soon afterwards. 1 On Friday se'nnight, an inquest was held in the parish of Beitws Newydd, Monmouthshire, betore Hugh Parnell, Esq. Coroner, on view of the body of a new born male child, which wai Sound buried in the bank of a garden there. Marks of violence appearing on the neck and throat, the jury, after a deliberate investigation, returned a verdict of Wilful Murder and Concealment thereof against Maria Jones, the mother, a single woman, who was the satne evening committed to the counLyg-aol, for trial at the n^xt Assizes. The cultivation of the Mangel Wurzel has much increased of late in Suffolk, where Bernard Howard, Esq. upon his extensive and well.managed farm, grows annually ten or a dozen acres, obtaining the acre able pro fines of trom 40 to 50 Ions for feeding milch cows in winier, and tor fattening buliocks aud hogs.— Mr- Curweti aiso, in Cumberland, successfully cultivates this productive and nutritious root; and it has been attended with extraordinary success in Sl; Helena, where, under the direc tion of Governor Beaton, its produce is im rnense, with strong manure of hogs and sea fowl. We remember well the zealous intro- duction of this vegetable by Dr. Lettsom, and much of it was then cultivated in hanlens, and its produce dressed for the table, lis s'em is an excellent beet-root, Us leaves as a spinach. It has aiso a saccharine juice, which renders il preferable lo parsnips. The lands near the metropolis have not been tried so much as those oi some distant counties but it.would yield a very large produce here, because they are generally overcharged with rich manure. The produce where the bad is not manured is as one to the. Accouchement Extraordinary.—"WhiIe Mrs. SonlheoUe is amusing the believers in Eng- land with repealed postponements of her pro mi«ed birth, an troh woman has without cull iug in a miracle to her aid, or making any noise about the mailer, proved to the worlil that there is no fixed limit for the fruit fulness of advanced age. Mrs. MasoH, who is 5ti years old, was last week safely delivered of son 1 She is wife ot a culico printer (a Scotch, man), residing near Drtimcondra. It is not a little remarkable, that it was ten years since she had a child before; but the most extraor- dinary circumstance is, that nature denied the mother the accustomed support for her off- spring. In this dilemma, her daughter, who had been brought to bed about a month, and whose child had died, offered her assistance, and is now nursing her young bwther t 11 will also excite much surprize, and afford a subject of curiosity among the medical men, that Mrs. Mason, after her late delivery, reco- vered her hearing, of which she had been deprived lor a long time previous. The Gazette de France gives some curious particulars of experiments made on the 22d of October, wilh a new diving machine, by Mr. Melville, the inventor. He descended twice in the Seine, near the Pont Royal, to the riepkii of from leu to 20 feet, and passed 56 minutes at the bottom. He took with him two swans, two ducks, and some bread and wine. He let loose the aquatic animals while under the water, went from the Pont I\euf to the Swimming School, and came out dressed as usual, without being in the least wet. The machine does not resemble any thing of the kind hitherto employed it is neither a barrel nor a hell, but has rather the form of an egg. It is not buIkyi since it contains only five cu- bic feet of air this air is prepared in such a manner that pressure can do it no harm, hut ít is kept pure and fresh. Mr. Melvii e says, that he has taken with him different animals, as cats, rabbits, dogs, &c. hut the latter can. not bear this kind ot air longer than five mi- nutes, as they go mad in it; but he declares that he could stay half a day under water witnout the slightest inconvenience. He has the use of all his limbs, ami can do what he pleases, saw wood, bore gimblet holes, and pick up the smallest objects. Though his pulse rises from 120 to 160. he asserts, that lie feels trom it an agreeable sensation, a kind of electrical effect. He promises several other interesting inventions; for instance, that he shall, this winter, make a little carriage, in which two persons may, next summer, take the most pleasant excursions at the bottcfm of the Seine, in the Ponds of Versailles, or in any river. A Company of French actors are performing ,it at the Theatre in Worcester Thev have beea at Cheltenham and other places.
PRICE OF LEATHER AT LEADIiVH lLL d. d. 13 ti i t s 5 0 t o 5 C) 11) e a c ii 20 to 25 l>itto 56 to 66ih 57 [0 28 Merchants Backs. 21 to 23 Di essiiig Hides 51 to i Fine Coach Hides 21 to 23 Crop Hides, for cutting, 35 to 40.. 21 to 22 Flat Ordinary, 45 to 50 21 to 22 Calf Skms, 30 to 401b. per dozen.. 36 to 40 Ditto, 50 to70lb. per dozen 38 to 42 Ditto, 70 to 801b 38 to 44 Small Seals, (Greenland 36 'o 38 Larg,e ditto, per dozen 120 to 180 Fauned Horse Hides, per ib 25 to 28
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