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e: ■- ITJLFTPRINCCS OLIVE OF CUMBERLAND HAFL issued P, her Rpyat Proclamation, to all his Mitjesty's liege's&bjects; that her proper name and title are **• OdVe Guelphi Princess of Cumberlandshe having been so christened, three years ago, at St. Mary- .Islington, being then not quite sixty j 1 ais.of age Mpoi| 0F IMITATING SEED PEARLS.Cut silver- lace -piece's ofvarious lengths put them into a sinail crucible,. with pounded charcoal, one stratum above another give- it a heat Sufficient' to nfelt the silver, which will be found, on cool- ing; fused into round grains resembling .pearls. (LUARN, MEAL, AND FLOUR.—An account of all the different kinds of Grain, Meal, and Flour re maiding warehoused under 55 Geo. III. c. 26; in the United Kingdom, upon the 5th of January, H24f r-7, ;• >Qrs: Bas. I QrsrBus, Barley 40,091 7 Rye 3,315 5| Beans 10,625 4| Wheat.161,591 3 Indian Corn 1,2IS 4 Cut. tb, Oats.152,351' 5 Wheatineal ) -1 c.r, 10 Pease. 6,558 2^ and Flour.. { d' • Of these quantities, 44,170 quarters and half a l busbelof corn and grain, and 15,290 cwt. 3 quar- ters 41bs. of meal and flour, have been warehoused sinee 13th Mav, 1822. In London there are ware- hbiised 160,185 quarters o'f corn (of which HH, 70 I carters, of wheat,) and 6750 cwt. of flour. In Liverpool, 121,677 quarters of corn (of which 77993 .whfeat, and .39,361 cwt. of flour. v BYRNE, WIDOW, v. POUTER.—Catherine Byrne is a bumb-boat woman, and John Porter some- thing in that line. Mrs. Byrne had obtained great popularity in her profession, and was ap- plied to by defendant, in March, 1821, for an in- troductory lcttr 16 the crew of the Sappho, then just arrived in Plymouth harbour. A Mrs. Mul- lens was to sell the goods, and the profits were to be .equally divided between her and the parties to this action. The sons of Sappho were jolly fellows, and Mrs. Mullens soon found herself a gainer of sixty pounds, t 20 of which she retain- ed for lierielf, and paid the other two shares to the defendant, in trust, for himself and Mrs. Byrne. The cause of the present action is too apparent: the widow had not received her £20, so justly due to her as the promine mobile of the whole concern. The testimony established the of Mrs. Mullens, and the justice of Mrs. Byrne's demand, which was acknowledged by a verdict for the plaintiff—■DamagesJt'ZO. StttpWlZECKS.-It Will be recollected, that in November last, the Wellington, Capt. Thomas, on her passage from Chester to London, was wrecked 011 the French coast at a fishing village, near Caen in Normandy, Captain Thomas is anxious, as; an act uf justice to the French peo- ple and as án example to his countrymen, to give publicity to the kind and humane mannerin which he was assisted in the distressed situation of his vessel and crew. After his vessel had grounded, arid 611 th»retiring of the tide, groupes of the in- habitants came down to the vessel, and rendered him the" most cti ve assistance in preserving the property, without the slightest disposition to 0 11 plunder, ami afterwards refusing all remuneration for tlieir feffective exertions. During the conti- nuance of his stay on shore, while his vessel was repairing, ho and his crew also received the-most hospitable treatment from the farmers and others in the neighbourhood; who, on his departure, gratuitously loaded his boat with vegetables, roots, and fruits, the old females kissing his hand, and wishing him a prosperous voyage. This circumstance will we trust be read, anc} atten- tively reflected Upon by oilf countrymen residing on the eioast, who not unfrequently witnesS dis- tresses from similar causes, and on whom the excellence of the above example, wo hope, will. not belort.

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