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FROM THE GERMAN 0 F BRUNCRER.
FROM THE GERMAN 0 F BRUNCRER. I found the warrior on the plain, His eye was fixed, his har- I was chill, I Still bare his breas he life-blo' !'s stain, Tlv? blood was on his helme sti'l. I He died as hearts like his siiould die, In the hot clasp of victory! The eye was fix'd, but in its gaze Look'd the high soul; thecrirason'd brow Was cold, but life's departing rays Hac! lit it, with a warrioi"> glow The soul that from the tuit had fl.>wn, Would not have sought a prouder throne, I saw the lover's living shade Shiv'riug in summer's rosiest gale, The look of woe, the cheek decayed, The eye's dark brilliance sunk and pale. Rather than drag that life of pain, Give me the sword. strife, the plain, -ff-
WANTED TO RENT, A Comfortable COT 1'AGE, or moderate sized House, ready furnished it must con- tain at, least two sitfing rooms, and four be(i- rooms, besidesvservant's apartments.—For fur- ther particulars apply to the Editor. WANTED, A Clever, active Young Man, who perfect- J% ly understands the Linen Drapery Busi- ness, and has a kno ledge of the Welch Lan- ctwgelIolle need apply whosecharacter wili not bear the strictest scrutiny, For particulars ap- ply at the Office of this Paper. C. i( ,?, N I MRS. PRICHARDs ACADEMY, FOR YOUNG LADIES. MRS. PKICHABM will Dismiss her Pa psls for the Christmas Vacation, on the 23d in- »nt, and will Re open, on the 23d of Janu- arf.-Ha.s a vacancy for four Pupîls to board in the house, and can accommodate a single Gentle- woman or two. with Board and Lodging, upon reasonable terms. Carnarvon, Dec. 19, 1814. MTlkyyis; BOOKSELLER, stationer, and PER- FUME [i, BEGS leave to inform the Nobility, Gen- try, and the Public, that she is now. in Lon- don, selecting all assortment of Goods, Wiih the intention of immediately Commencing business at B.4AGOU. Orders for Periodical fMd other Publications, (Music included) will he thankfully received, and procured twice a itioiith, direct from London, and at the London retail prices. A choice assortment ol Hanging Paper will be constantly kept, and applications for patterns trom any distance wiij meet due attention. 44, Paternoster Row, London. 20th Dec. 1814. Turnpike to be Let. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rrHAT the Tolls arising at the several ToU- X gates, known by the names of Gwydir,Cou- wa,, Trwyo-yr-hwyll'a, PenmaenraaWr, Llamle- gai, Bangor, Tafarn y Grissia, Pont y-Saint, Glangvviia, and Llanaeihauurn Gates, in the coun- ty of Carnarvon, WIL L BE LET BY AUCTION, To the best bidder, at the (iwelling-hotisle of Mr. Tin uitas Williams, known by the name of the Goat lun, in the town of Carnarvon, in the coun- ty of Carnarvon, on Sa-unlay (lie !4thday of Ja- nuary next, between the hours of eleven and four o clock in the alternoou which Tolls produced last year, viz. Gwydir Gate. 6200 Conway 100 0 0 Trwyn yr hwylfa. 71 0 0 Penmaenmawr. 70 0 0 Llandegai. 120 0 0 liawgor 224 0 0 Tariir-,i y grissia 5500 Pont y saint. 3CO 0 0 Llanaelhauarn 25 ff 0 Glangwua 10 0 0 Above the expence or coll,,cl iig tlieid, and will be put up at those sums res-peetivety. W iioevel- he the must, at the same time give secui itv,.with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees, for the payment of the rent agreed for, and at such times as they shall direct. NOIVFC'RT liQUVHTS, Cterk and T 41c, ff lis Iees. HOPE AS^UH VNCR A N Y, I LUD(J<j't 11 ILL, OLD I." si <-<i Exchange, Edinburgh inui t-r cstmorelavd Street, I) U 140, iN. FIRE OFFICE.— Capital One Million. ASSURANCES AGAINST LOS# or ?.-y Fire effected upon every deserip;; ,i 0f p,-0. pert) within the United Kingdom, upou Terns as beneficial to the Assured as those oi any OI' K* Office. Losses are uniformly paid by this Com,.air, ":id} the utuiosi spirit of liberality and prompti- tude. Notice is hereby given, that Receipts J'or the fenewdl of Policies, which expire at Christmas are now ready for delivery a! I:' ab,)vf' mention tri Offices, and with the respective Agents of the Cu njjany throughout the Uuited Kingdom. Policies of Assn-an-e, which expire at the above period, should be renewed wiiilii) t'iftecit Day!, thereafter, or they become voiú., Llr E OF I ICE.— Capital One Million. Assurances effected upon Lives and on Survi- vorship.—Annuities granted alld purchased.— l-ndowments for Children, &c. &c. The Propt ietors of this Office have undertaken rantee of One Million sterling, as an ample se Curity for all their engagements. The profits arising out of tnis branch of busi- lui, afiet- a moderate dedu tiun for guarantee *«'.t expence of management, are divided amongst j ne Assured, in 'proportion to the sums respect- I JVe'> assured upon w hich principle numerous j "ire the instances of ten, twenty, and thirty per ?enf* in addition to the amount of Life Policies, ting paid and cases have occurred (when :hc "u rat ion of life has been considerably proloug- *(1) where the payment has been more than doa- 6le the sum assured. No entrance money, admission fee, or other "'ficiat charge exacted W ILL[AM BURY, SeàeulI'Y, The following Agents are appointed by this F°tnpany in Wales, of whoai proposals may be gratis; aud every information .obtained. Treuladoc Mr. R Morris. Treuladoc Mr. R Carditf. J. Wilkes. Pembroke. G. Williams., Tenby J. Griffiths. A b(-rystwifli i it. Jones. Milfov.i Haven. T. Jones. Swansea Ji Bural. Cockermouth R. Davies. CJowbridge T-. Llewyii^u, Wrexham J< Dring. IV rev liain i Holywell J. Jones, Jun. Machynlleth. J. Jones. I.ianr.wst T. Owen. Bala W. Williams. Hiiayader D.Davies. wl-lauidloes R. Joiies.
LONDON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19.
LONDON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19. 'he Zealotts, which is arrived from Quebec, r'ed out a number of artificers for the Lakes 0 almott immedialely after their arrival, an two frigates and some* other vessels at Isle au Noix, for the service af Lake Cham- plain. The accounts from the Chesapeake stale, that operalionson a large scale had been for the present suspended, but the enemy were continually harassed by the landing of small parties who brought away all the property of public Bodies, or of the Government, but respect that of private persons. When the Loire sailed from Halifa, which was on the 23d ult. our army was perfectly quiet, and no symptom existed of its being attacked by the enemy. Our force in the Penobscot has not been visited by the enemy, notwithstanding they threatened to do so. In order to render the position more tenable, Castiue has been insulated by a kind of trench cut over the narrow neck which divides it from the main land, and into this trench the water of the river has been made to run, so the town is uncommonly strong. This has been effected with great labour, considering the few troops that hold the place. The naval force in the Penobscot consists only of the Fllrieuse and a few smaller ships. Fresh pro- vissons aud vegetables ate very plenty, and the inhabitants do not appear to regret the change which has taken place in their condi- tion. There is a continual trade carried on between the ports of the Penobscot, Halifax, Shelburne, &e. There has not for several months been so long an interval without the arrival of French Papers. The last received were of the lIth; five days are due. The gales have been tre- mendous, and all communication with the Continent has been so impracticable, that we realise at present the words of the Latin Poet Et pcnilus lolodivisos orbe Britannos. All our ship letters and papers from the southern and eastern parts ofthe kingdom are so many records of dangerand damage to the shipping. From Brighton our accounts, dated on Satur- day, state, that g it has blonvii a storm from the South-west during the last, three days.— Our shippiug on the coast has, in consequence sastained considerable damage." Of a great number of vessels that attempted yesterday to run from the Downs into Ramsgate, five have got on shore, some of them much damaged.— Several other vessels have put into Margate with loss of anchors and cables." Three mails for France were on Friday waiting at Dover, not being able to put to sea, and, from the same cause; two mails remained due from France. Our Portsmouth intelligence informs us, a very of wind from the West and South has prevailed here, nearly the whole of the present week, in consequence of which, we arc sorry to state, some liv^s have been lost, and much anxiety occasioned. The gale attained its utmost fury OH Wednesday during the greater part of that day it was found impracticable to proceed-to Spifhead, tfoin the port, for even the launch of the Prince, with upwards of 50 seamen in it, in making the attempt, was forced on Southsea beach, and in landing, the officers and men were completely drenched, as well as placed in considerable danger. In the evening,about seven < ctcck, signals of distress were fned at Spilhead, which created much 'darm amongst the people on shore, and which was prolonged on account that nothing certain coultlbe learnt what was the matter. It proved to be the Olympia cutter, which having drifted her an-, chors, got ashore on the Spit. Her signals of digress were most promptly answered by all Ihe shipping at Spithcad, who hoisted their lights, and about 15 boats put off from diffe- reiii ships togo to her assistance; ill doing w IlIch we are sorry to say a boat belonging to the Conflict, containing a Lieutenant and seven men, upsei by running on the Olympia's cable, and two seamen were unfortunately drowned the others were saved with great difficulty.- On shore, in this vicinity, the heavy winds have also occasioned much damage.' The limbs of large trees have been carried away, and, in many instances, whole trees have been carried away, and, in many instances, whole trees have been blown down. Near 'King's Terrace, a solid brick wall was blown down on Wednesday night, and during the top of the tide the platform every day of the week has heed rendered impassable, by the sea beat- ing over in sut it large quantities, and with great foice. The storm still continues (late ou Saturday night), but Spithead being a good anchorage, there|is no danger to be ap prehended." The design of the appointment to Canada of Sir George Murray, is not properly under- stood by the Public. The Duke of Welling- ton found Sir George an admirable Quarter Master General, the most tmporianS, office in all army next to that of Commander in Chief. Berliner was constantly the Quarter Master General of Buonaparte. Sir George Murray goes out, on the recommendation of the Duke of Wellington to inspect aud amend the con- dition of the British troops in Canada. He will review all the armies, repair defects, fix on stations, arrange the distribution, and or- ganise the material of the army as well as cal- culate the strength, and probable desigus of the enemy. Sir George will prepare every I* j thing for the opening of a new campaign.— But who will be Commander in Chief is un. certain. Perhaps Sir George himself, perhaps Sir George Prevost; but most likely one of the Generals who served under the Duke of Wellington. We hope it will be one remark. able for enterprise and success. From Plymouth we hear, in accounts dated ou Friday and Saturday that tor the last two days and nights the wind has blown a hurricane from the West and South West, which has caused much confusion at this port among the shipping, as they laboured very much at their anchors, and fears were enter- tained that many wrecks would take place." PRICE OF STOCKS. 3 per Consols..».. •••••«». sliut# 3 per Ct. Red. (553 £ 4 per Cents "sif'a
MARRIED. On Tuesday the 13Mi inst. by the Rev. G. Her- bert, Wm. Parry, of Bodronyu, Esq. to Miss M. Hughes, of Amlwch. At Brussels, the Right Hon, Lord John Thos Henry Somerset, .(brother to hi* Grace the Duke of Beaufort) to Lady Catherine Annesley, daugh- ter of (he Earl of Montmorris. Thursday se'nnighf, Colonel Rflis led to (he Hymenial altar, at Scarhorolwh;Yorkshire;lhe beautifal and accomplished Miss Cburtnew At Acton, by Ihe Rev. James Totnkinson,Ma- jor Kgerton, youngest son ol the late Philip Egerton, Esq. ofoultoi) Park, to Arabella,young- est daughter of Henry Tomkinson. Esq. of Dor s ford Hail, both in the county of Chester. blED. On Monday, the 28th ult. at Llanrwsf, Mrs. Mason, wife of Mr. Mason, Supervisor of Excise after an illness of about five hours' She was an affectionate wife, a tender mothc-r, aud much re- gretted by all who had the felicity of knowing her; leaving behind, a kind husband and eight children, to lament her loss, On the Sth inst,at Pool, Montgomeryshire,af- ter a long and piir)fiil illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation, Mrs. Henry Foulkes. She was an affectionate wife, a tender parent, charitable to tlle poor, benevolent to all she lived much respected, and died la- mented hy a large circle of relations, friends, and acquaintance. Lately, at Leyland, near Preston, Lancashire, John Ainsworth, Esq.
The Lord Bishop of this Diocese has been pleased to collate the Rev. James Henry Cot- Ion, L. L. B. to the Rectory ot Llandyfrydo", vacant by the death of the Rev. Thomas Bills Owen. On Sunday last, his Lordship held, a Special Ordination, when David Davies, A. B. was ad- mitted to the Holy Order of Deacon. The Faversham Bank stopped payment on Thursday. — Kentish Gazelle. Last week. John Evans, a faithful servant of Mr. Richards, of Pont Fain, near Chirk, was killcdb y his master's cart being overturn- ed in consequence of a heap of stones being- left in the lane At Shrewsbury Fair, on Saturday and Mon- day, there was not a large supply of cattle, and the buyers being numerous,occasioned a brisk sale at advance on the late prices.—Fat cattle nveraged 8|d. per lb. of fat. sheep there was a tolerable suppiv at 9d. store pigs were lower, and there were many in the fair, and fat ones fetched frofn 6J. to 7 d. per lb.- Owmg-to the iate scarcity of grass, the quan- tity of butter for sale was comparatively small; prime tubs from 15s. to 15s. 6d. per gain, of 12lbs. — Prime cheese from 68 to 70s. perewt. (JSOllis.) inferior 50s. to 60s.— Bacon, rather iotver, averaged 10d. per ib.- Some butter remained unsold till Tuesday, when it went off at I Its, 6d. per gaun. Colonel Hanger, whose circumstances lia, been at a very low ebb for many yeats, ha succeeded to the title and estates of an Irish Earldom by lite demise of Lord Coleraine. The ncgociations of Lord Strangford, for the final and total abolition ot the Slav Trade under the Prussian flag and authority, is said to be terminated, the Court of Brazi's having assented to its cessation within the leriii of four years. The last fortnight has been extremely stor- my and IIlIcomfortable; a great deal of rain has fallen, and this country is very fall of wa ler, and the roads are excessively heavy and bad. The lauds intended for wheat have be • pretty generally sown, aillioligil the season has been so wet and unfavourable. The wheat which has made its appearance on the ground looks thin aud wan, as may reasonably be e. pected froln the saturated state of the land.—> Our Corn Markets continue very dull, and at very discouraging prices for the growers. The Rev Charles Rich, Bart. who last week received his renis at Beenham andiiei^hbour- iag parishes in Berks, voluntarily deducted 25 percent, on account of the alteration in the price of corn. A very valuable library adorns the Palace of Fontainebleau; the last residence of Bona., parte, in France. On the tnorniug of his de. parture from this place, he was occupied in carefully examining the books and'manuscripjs and although permitted to make a sclcctjou IrolUcilher for his own private use, the oniv removal he ordered was a small Latin Tract upon Mathematics, and a splendid edition of Voltaire's works. On Monday a public examination of fhe chil- dren now educating in the Benevolent Free SchooJ, took place in the. Town-hall of Brecon, before a numerous assemblage of auditors; the instruction given is on the Lancastrian system, and the proficiency of the children in reading, writing, and arithmetic, was very considerable; in the latter it was truly astonishing to observe with what accuracy and expedition they would work any sum in the first common rules. They then recited the Sth chapter of St. Matthew, with an exposition on the same. The girls are also taught needle-work. The children underwent an examination of about three hours, and greatly surpassed the expectations of the auditory. The examination on this occasion was conducted by the Rev. Archdeacon Davies, whose labours have been indefatigable in the cause, and by whose laudable exertions, assisted by other in- habitants of the town and county, this school was instituted in the year 1809, in commemora- tion of the Jubilee; and, if continued to be sup- posed, will no doubt prove a great blessing to the rising generatipnjin the county of Brecon. The Clerk of Shoredifch church wears fixed on the lining of the crown of his hat, a label on which ts written, III tile word "iGolgotha" Ou being asked nhy I'e chose that word in particular, he replied, Because, Sir, the Scripture informs sue that it is the place of a skull." The Committee appointed to consider the proposal of Government for the incloure of the Great Forest of Brecon, continue their labours, among o her plans submitted- by the Committee to Government, ts that of the projected road from Swansea to Brcon, ncarly in the line of the Swansea Canal, which will run through a great part of the Forest. This road, it is calct aled, will save about 12 miles distance bfetween the above towns, the town of Birmingham, and other considerable manu- facturing places in that direction, exclusive of e p the time saved in travelling a road laid out with proper leueis. The utility of the object is so obvious that his Majesty's Government "re desirous of forwarding thc meas ire but first wish a plau and estimate; and the Com- mittee have recommended a Subscription be- iug- entered into to defray the expence. The following artecling accident happened at Moughtre, near Mew town, Montgomery- shire, on Saturday Might last. By the sudden stippiug of a qiMutiiy of earlh, loosened by heavy raiug that had fallen during the day, a poor cottager's house, built under a steep bank, had iis walls beaten (n, and himself, his wife, and live small children, were instantly overwhelmed by a torrent of mud; two of the chiidren were suffocated one of them was an infant at the breast of its mother, who suffered the indiscribable agony of feeling its last struggles without the possibility of affording I it the least relief: She herself was forced upon the fire,by which h°r legs were severely burnt, and her husband was driven ont of the house, and there fixed in the surrounding ruin, a distressed spectator of the sufferings of his tiliiiiiy, witlioul being able to rise to their as- sistance. The most prompt exertions were made by the neighbours, but they were unable to remove tlic stitfevers from their perilous si- tuationintessthan two hours. These unfor- tunate people are in the greatest distress, be ing, by their bruises, rendered unable to do any thing for the support of themselves and children. We duubt not therefore, that the neighbourieg inhabitants will afford them prompt and generous relief. Twelve cattle belonging to Richard Owen, tenant of a farm belonging to C. W. W. Wynn, Esq. M. P. at Myfod, Montgomery- shire, broke from their pasture, and strayed into a neighbouring farm, where some bran- ches of a Yew tree had been cut on the 3d inst. On the 6th, in the evening, they were safe in their pasture; aud early on the nil six of them were found dead near the place where the branches lav. Theanallial prizes of two silver cups, value ten guineas and live guineas each, offered by Miss Ormsby, of Porkington, to her numerous tenantry in the counties of Salop, Montgo- mery, and Denbigh, for the best cultivated crop of turnips (such crop not to be less than seven acres for the hrst prize, and five acres for t he second) were adjudged by Mr. Richd. Croxon (who was requesled to view the crops of the several candidates) in the following tuanner; viz. the first cup to Mr. P. Benliey, jun. of Moretou Hall, and the second to Mr, Minshali, of the Eagles, near Oswestry. It appears that, that respectable and peace- able body of men, ttie- Aiiiericiii Quakers, has been lately accused by the Madissonian party, with making treasonable propositions to their brethereu the Quakers of Great Britain. The former have ably repelled the fatal calumny in a modest Chiislian-like Address, in which they satisfactorily vindicate their own innocence, and prove themselves, even beyond iheir ordiuary tenets, Ihe constitutional atid avowed enemies of that war into which their • ( users ve placed their country. The Countess of Roseberry sojourned at the -)Id Tavern, III Brightoll, Iilree days pre- vious to her departure, ivitb Sir 11. Mikimgy, tor the Continent. She came from London a carriage and four, and during her stay at t ie Jun observed the utmost seclusion. She ad two female attendants, who styled he.' my lady," but in other respects she was p< -foe My incog. Sir H. M i Id ma y arrived the third day, in a post chaise and four, and was I\.¡\"W¡¡ .1, tÎle tavern only as Mr. St. Jonn. oil the following day the party set off foi Xewhaven, and took their passage on board the Wellinglon packet for Dieppe. On Friday the first Steam Boat constructed for pubiie use in England, was put in moliuii ot, the Canal, near Limchouse. The Lord Mayor and other principal persons of the Cor- poration were on board. It is aboui forty tons burthen, and will convey between twu and three hundred passengers. It proceeded a and returned, performing the distance iil sixteen minules. Another is uuildili; in the river of two hundred tons, to he employed as a packet between London and Ramsgate. Two splendid vases have been presented to i)r. Carey, the late Head Master of Westmin' sterSchoo),upon his resignation, as a token "f respect and gratitude; the one by the Kind's schoiars, the other by the town boys. The presentation took place on Monday night after the third performance of P, ormio, at his house in Dean's yard, Westminster, where a sumptuous supper was given after theplay,- Among the company were, the Duke of York, the Earl of Liverpool, and several other of the dIstinguished personages who attended the per forman ec. Smithfietd Club Cattle Sliciro.-Ttie extra pre- miums and old medals, to the value of 125 gui- neas, which his grace the Duke of Bedford, since be left England, has presented, through the Smithfield Club, in addition to their own premi- Srr ums of plate, as usual, to the Feeders and Breed- ers of the best fat oxen, cows, sheep,, and pigs, that may be exhibited in Mr. Sadler's yard, in Goswell-street, seem this year to have drawn together all unusual number of fine animals, which began to arrive yesterday afternoon. Her Grace the Duchess of Rutland has sent a crossed buffalo heifer, and severat other distinguished pairous of agriculture have, or are expected to send their animals. The prizes are to be ad- judged by three eminent Graziers, appointed by the Club for that purpose, viz.-Mr. Edward Anger, of Eastbourne, Sussex; Mr. Richard Goord, of Sitting-born, Kent; and Mr. George Watkinson, of Woodhouse, Leicestershite. An ingenious portable thrashing mill, and several other new and useful agricultural implements are also arrived.
.il .4 Com Exchange, .A/andcy, December 19. The foreign supply of Wheat las' week was 16,960 quarters. Owjn to the late contrary and blowing weather, the fresh arrivals of Grain to this morning's market was but small—Wheat of the finest quality fully supports its prices, but other kinds remain nearly uii,,aieat)le '-Barley dull, an;! rather Iowr-Beans sell heavily at th rates of this duy week—There ts some demand for Oats, but a!l other descriptions are very dull at the quotations of this day GENERAL CURRENCY AS UNDER. Wheat.—■. 44s 68" ¡ Grey Pease. At), 44s 0 Fine —60s 74s Small Beans.38s 40* 0 Kye —30s 40s Ticks 35s 38s 0 Baile" —26* SSs Oats .20s <;6s 0 Malt 74s i-oiands 18. -3s 0 White Peas— 50s 60s ? Rape-seed..= £ 28 30 —■ AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels. Wheat Rye. Barley Oals. s- rf- s- d. s. d. s. el. Anglesey 70 0 40 0 20 5 Carnarvonsh. 72 0 — 40 8 21 0 Denbighshire. 74 6 4s 7 ^4 q Flintshire. 74 0 45 0 28 0 Merionethsh. 75 4 46 4 29 0 Montgomery, 79 2 47 q 27 0 Chester, SO 0 50 0 30 0 Liverpool, 79 0 50 g | 30 0 PRICE OF MEAT AT SMITH FI ELD. Per Stone of Sills. Monday, Dec. 19. Beef. 5s. Od. 6s. Od. Veal.. 7 s. Od. 8s. OA; Mutton. 5s. Od. 6s. 4d. [ Pork.. 6s. Od 7s tkl. Head of Cattle at Smith field. Beast 3,10 j Sheep 14,240 Rigs 420 } Calves. 100 LIVERPOOL. Corn Exchange, Dec. 13. We had an extremely dull market to day for every article, there beiug nearly a suspension of the trade-Wheat was offered 3d. lower, but to 110 effect—Oats were without buyers, though the bust qualifies were at Id. below last week's pri- ces, and ordinary sorts even at a gl*eztfer d lii),;t -Flour was 2s. cheaper—Sales in Matt could not be made at the decrease of 6d. Wheat.105. 3d. a 10s. 9d. per 70 lbs. r 5s. 6d. a 6s. Od. per 60 lbs. Malt.105. 6d. a 12s. 0d. 9 gallons.. Oals. 3s. 6d. a 3s. 8d. per 45lbs. Ptcisc Vv hite. ,o0s. Od. a 56.s. 0d. per quarter. Beans. 42s, Od a 485. Od. per qr, Flour Eng. tine 58s. Od. a 64s. Od. per SSOlbS. Seconds. 56s. 0u. a 58s. Oa. ditto PRICE OF LEATHER AT LEADE.NHAI.L fl Butts, 50 to 561b. each 20 to ik Ditto 53 to 661b 27 to 28 Merchants Backs. 21 to 03 Dressing Hides Q[ to V t fine Couch Hides. tJ to 23 C. op Hides, for cutting, 35 to 40.. 21 to 22 Plat Ordinary, 45 to 50 gj tJ 'i2 Calf Skins, SO to 40lb. per dozen.. 36 to 40 Ditto, 50 :070Ib. per dozen. 38 to 42 Ditto, 70 to 801b.58 to 44 Small Seals, (Greenland 36 to 38 Large ditto, per dozen IVQ to 180 Taimed Horse Hides, per lb 25 to 281
SHIPPING. BANGOR,—Arrived, Bangor and Liverpool Packet, Price, from Lt. verpool, coals and sundries. Cleared out, John and Ann, Sed- den, for Live) ;)ool, slates. OAIIN AUVON— Arrived, Commerce, Williams; Nelly, P erce 1 liinor, Evans; John, Thomas, from Liverpool,-goods aud coals; Maria. Jones, from Bristol, sundries. Cleared out, Alary Ann, Thomas: Chester Trader, Parry Queen Charlotte, Williams; Bet- tys, Owens, lor Liverpool, slates, die. BEACMAHIS—Arrived, Jane, West,from Ches- te. Lord Nelson, Hodge, from Cemas, ballast; I Queen Charlotte, Williams; Mary Ann, Thomas; Betsey, Owen, from Carnarvon, for Liverpool, Sisters, Lloyd, from Newport, tor Liverpool, bar and rod iron; James,Horatrvroot Liverpool, for Dumbarton, salt.
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,i TIDE TABLE FOR THE ENSUING TFEE&, i„f K LAV AN SANU& 5 £ M o « £ K K £ fe « 3 £ 2 s s « o £ — cr»5 *=<>>2 «« £ o May be crossed$ z x km j z « H /jc"s lnsh «i g £ « o q g £ J water, and conte- ^c ^o y S a o J nue safe A hours. Days. JiiSh Hi$h lli £ h n'Sk j Jli^h Holidays. Tf (iter Water Water Water Water [ Water DECEMBER. j H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. Thursday .22 3 30 4 30 5 10 6 0 6 20 7 0 Fridaj, ..23! 4 lb 5 18 5 68 6 48 7 8 7 48 Saturday .24 5 0 6 6 6 46 7 36 7 58 j 8 36 | Sunday ..25 5 54 6 54 7 34 8 24 8 44 9 24 1 Christmas Day, Monday 20 6 42 7 42 8 22 G 12 9 32 10 12 Tuesday .27 7 3 8 30 9 10 10 0 10 20 11 0 Wednesday ..28 j 9 18 9 68 10 48 II 8 11 48