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For the NORTH WALES GAZETTE.
For the NORTH WALES GAZETTE. l %HE BALL- Yes dearest I ivent to the And danc'd with some, and talk*d:with ttiany:, But found no heartfelt cliarrti in any Alike indifferent to all; Nor heeded what they said to itte, < ■•'•■ For all my thoughts were fix'd on Thee? Yes! clearest I Ava" drest with care; Not last among tlte Belles appearing But did not meet the smile endearing And did not heAr theiii call me fair For flattery has no charms for me4 Unless I'm tiaiter'd, l»ve, by Thee! Yes, dearest Owl freely own Tho' all his brother Beaux were tfizing I thought most eloquent and pleasing, And listi?iild but to him alone- The secret charm he had for mp Was, dearest, that he talk'd of Thee t That darling theme can newer tire, In lonely absence all my treasure. The onl y one t hear with pleasure It can a very fool umpire; And life has no concern for me, Except the care of pleasing Thee!
SUDDEI* DRATH.—Win. Burling, gardener at Bettestttld Park, Flintshire, the seat of Sir T. llaAiaier, Bart, was found lyjn% oti |\is^fa||:(i>fjid, last Thursday evening, on the rbad'bt fwlkm Bet- tBsfield Hall and Bettesfield Park. He had been spending the evening- at Mr. Truman's of Btt- tesfield Hall. with a few fiie«di, iffui he appeared more taciturn than wsnal. Ah .apoplectic lit is supposed to ltavft,4>ccjisioHed his death, :We regret to learn that horse-stiWiling is becom- ing prevalent iii Montgomeryshire. Several horses have been taken in that county one, stolen on the borders, and sold at Newtown Fair, is advertised thii ti,,tV., Two young' men whose names are Thomas Davies. (alias Br infield), and W. Morgan, were takert up on Friday, on sus- picion of horse-stealing, 111111 confined in the Lock-up House at Llandovery. Davies was born in Cardiganshire. The prisoners, by their; account, have lately been" at the following places buying, selling, and exchanging horses, viz. --Wariiiiiister, Salisbury, Froonle, Priddy, New Forest, Pladford, Nornmnslaud, Rainsey, Stow ford, Wfstlmry, Bath, Keynsham, Bristol, Malmsbury, Gloucester, Hereford, Crickhowell, Brecon, Trecastle and Llandovery. The Commissioners of the, Breconshjre Turrv- i tel, pttces hhv-e determined immediately to proceed in the making of a new road in lieu of that steep and dangeious deseent, called Bailian Hill, in Cwmydwr. between Tercastie and Llandovery, which has been so long a cauSe of complaint to irtit»y.4SO«<rh- and otherwise on that road ahd also to complete theimprovements at Bwlch a oin, Hill, between Brecon and OYtckhowell, both which jinprovements will teiidtoreiider the road ihiough that country-oBia of the mail-roads Jn tHe kingdom. KnterpriV.es are prosecuting In North and South Wales, in mining n-i. A t pany been whose joint capital amounts Jo 350,01101. and who ha ve-for some time he*^i en- tirely at TryddjTn, Flintshire, in-raising iron-stone and coal, for which purpose several hundred men have been engaged, and to meet the necessary convenience, a gr £ at_number'ofdwelling i houses have been erected, a building. It I t)1, a,- is said that in the next season n renewed applica- tion will be maite to parliament for a rail road from this place, to communicate with the Tl.-e. A new tunrpike rrtad is'now at the pojnVnfcofn- pW>tion, dlverging/rom the Hew Mold road, at A new tunrpike rrtad is'now at the pojnVnfcofn- pW>tion, dlverging/rom the Hew Mold road, at t'•fr" Momrittiti. Snd goi^g in a TrVdilyn antf Llaliltegla, to |t^^Dr«id Inn, where it communicates' with the rShrewsbury and Holylietid road, and joins also ?il«i to Hala. When the mind is completely subdued bv su- perstition, it is seldom bMrdenfd by any scruples HS to probability. We are sorry to state that two more rery e*. tensive failures in Manchester have been declared during the present week.Stockport Advertiser. Iviti,cicoF Tilc CoiiOMBOs^f'Chis wreck, which lias been so loti,, a time drifting on the ocean, has heen driven into Ringabella Bay, on this coast.— It was descried from the land yesterday, and drifted oil shore, we understand, this morning.- t'ork Southern Reporter. 'i' A Chinese shill. navigated by Chinese seameii, has reeently arrived at Antwerp, and crowds of curioas persons from all parts of the Netherlands daily flock on board to admire the dexterity with which these eaters of rifie manage their chop- sticks. No fewer ihftn 4000 ladies of distinction and title are actively in public societies- among thetrt are the Princess Augusta, Duchess of Beaufort, and the Count ess Harcourt. 1 A Captain lately, at Biighfon. leaped his horse over the raiis at the top of the Cliff, where there was scarce room for the horse to stand, and af- terwards told a friend, that he supposed that there was not uno-thermnn in the kingdom would do the like, Yes," sitid his friend, there are twenty in Bedlam." Doveit, OCT. 2. -The cargo of the Baron of Renfrew lays scattered oa the coast between Calais and Dunkirk a great part is secured, and much more will be saved and taken above high water mark, if the weather remains moderate. Mr. WHittaker has challenged to run Lottery against Mr. MvUnit's kt, for one thou- sand. at the next York Spring Meeting. fl1 the-town of Matlbiil-y. ill Hampshire5, re- sides a man named Israel Tibbets, whose bulk far exceeds that of the famed Daniel Lambert.— His weight is 43.5 fici is about six feet high, and was not at all corpulent when young- AcfoVnM from Frankfort state that the bro- thers Rftfhschild have just given a .splendid- in- stance of their humanity and benevolence, in un- dertaking to erect an hospital for the Jews, at an ie*pence of a hundred thousand florins, and pro- viding for its endowment with three thonsanti ito- Y, graham is .said to bp the, richest flCfor on the stnge,. although iviunden boasts of having near a "P!ll"u. During llie run of O'er Freischutz at the iEngH»h Opera House, Braham recei ved i) lbO, per week and for the last 24 years he is. supposed to have averaged j? 12,000 per annum by his ta- lents. We,\iyes in a style of the greatest magnili- cence. The pjike ot Sussex is a frequent.guesit at his ta()le, and godfather to his tirst chiid. Loss OF TJJIE COMRT SJPAM PACKI:T. -—The Glasgow Courier .of SiMM'day says, that tWerg. 'fire the strongest 'grounds tO tliat ihe n-umber of sufferers i>V Hie melancholy loss of the Cornet has been tiod '.ei The latest accounts jriake'fhe nmnber of bodies found -IH. The niiin- jber saTed as 19. The body of Captain Suther- land was found on Wednesjiay. and that of, his lady on Friday. Orders were issued on Friday, by the public authorities, for the raising of the vessel, as it is supposed to contain much valua- ble property, and particularly as It is likely that •the bodies of some of the sufferers are still, in the cabin. We understand that it has been deter- mined by the Lord Advocate to bring the indivi- dllalsmost culpable to trial b it t i,h o those per- ¡' sons are that will be indicted, musUlepend on the riitnre of the evidence, which Mr. Dutllo, the te, is uo.y collating-, A deplorable and fatal accident took place at Mr. Webber's factory, Trobrjdge, on Saturday. Two i; c young woman were ca.rryif?g4i biH)ad5c!6t!tj,tq the fulling mill, and were induced to go through a part of the factory which was somewhat near (but which! we understand was a trespass) when by some unaccountable means, the cloth became entangled incogs of one of the, shafts of the inti-, chinery. (The girl who was beforeperceiving her dangerous'situation, threw off the cloth but the one behind, apparently more concerned to save the cloth than herself, was carried around with amazing velocity and jammed between the shafts and the Wall. The consequence was, one of her arms was torn of the wrist, The sudden concus- sion stopped the machinery and afll'trcuttÍllg the cloth to pieces, the poor sufferer was extricated, but survived only about twenty minutes. She was afine girl," IS years of age, and was >to hay.e been martiedoli the following Monday. OIIIGIN ,OP FNANKIN'jfl the 2311 volume or the Parliamentary History is the fol- lowing very curious anecdote concerning this pri- vil"ge. It occurred in the debate <m the Pust.of." fiCe bill, in the year Titus, re- ported the bill for the settlement ofthe Post-otiiee with tlut amendments. Sir Walter Earle deli- vered a proviso, for the letters of áIlMt;¡nbl'Î'i>M Parliament to go free, during their sitting. Sir Heusage Finch it was a poor mendicant, proviso, and below the honout of th« liotise." Mr. Prynn spoke also "against the proviso, Mr. Bunckb-y, Mr. Roscawen, Sir U" Downing, and. Serjeant Charlton for it; the latter saving the Council's (Vtters went free. The 'qn^stfon being cnileu for. the Speaker, Sir Uarbottie Hrhttstome. was unwilling tq put it, saying he was-ashamed of neverttieless, the proviso was carried, and made part; of the bill, which was ordered to be engrossed." The Lords subsequentty. disagreed to this proviso, and it was ultimately thrown out., At a subsequent period, however, -bpth Houses ,did not feel it to be "below th't'ir honour" to secure for theu.selves this exemption frdm post- age. V* ■ Cif ILT) CUUURD AW.W BV AS E vfii.r:.—A eircitm- .8taiice quile.yiH^nmonIII Ili^northlatelyjvappeiied iii seat iiit: A woman at.wprkin the fields laid her. infant on the ground, at a 1 it tie distance:; soon after an eagle poiliieed tiffOn the Hi-fant, and car- it away. The poor Wi)ttiaii, .%Ylio |ieatrd tjie cries of the infant in the air, is bacorrte Jnsane, and is now in the hospital at Malmo;e.—a>)^Kt i//i paper. '■ '■ A great portion of CasMe Forhps, in the county of I.ongfOTd, Ireland, the ancieht residence, of the Eftrl Of (xranauld^ was destroyed oa tho 20th ins;- ,e tant by fiife, Lofd .Forces must hay6 ineyitably perished, were it not that a spaniel which'in- variably slept in his room, fortunately awoke lliin, not before; a great portion of the apartment had tie,tro ye(l, A LONG fivF.-A French nobleman being very I ry ill, and deeply in dept. said to his Confessor'that all lie presumed to solicit of ileaveii was, that he might live to flay all his debts.: The confes- sor believing his penitent to be sincere, said, that as his design was so just and lautkabie, there was reason to hope that his prayer wctald be granted. Should Heaven be so gracious V saKl the sick man, turning to one of his oldest fri-euds, I shall ct'rtainiy live for rr<r. i R.VT. —A simple and'effectual mode of banish- ing these vermin is the county of is ad. mirablyi in causing tliem to forsake any dwtdlirig- hdus6, or other-premises, and if adopted in the building of a new house, these mischievous rini- mals will never take up their abode thei;ein; It is effected by. merely taking. rt ,qiuuitlty of the cuttings of humau hair," and sti-ttwiiig the saitie in their holes or hallnts; or placing various portions thereof tn different parts -of any new-liuiklingV-- The efficacy of to consi s t in its sinelivthese. vermin being remarkablv peute in that sense. It is a well known practice With rat-catchers to disguise the smell of their persons; by solilt- powerful scent or prriumc, to prevent alarming these vermin by their smell. A few days ago. at ftedyraVeV19uia*<JTkVa young wOC?an.,pf he ji;uu#. of Mary Wright.: of rather an interesting person, had been, interred in the churchyard. A female acquaintance, two davs atter the funeral, paid a visit to the grave, and seeing it tooli in a very, improper-state; called to the clerk, who applying to thcygrave-diggtir; was told, tliat after the funeral he left it in the usual ,vay, to' bank 'it uis When thc- earth vtras settled. On going, howeverV to inspect the grave, he found that it had been disturbed; which occasioned a further search.The Coffin was opened, Arlioi), horrid to relate; the body was found stripped of the .winding, and dis- membered of the right arm the head had also bean taken off, and the shroud, it was supposed, was made use of for a wrapper for t.1w head and limb. — Uury Gazette, A few clap ago the Newspapers were recording the perfection of second Crops of strawberries Cows were seen seeking relhf frdln the heat by standing in the I)oll(li-cori)til.etit bipeds were putting, perspiring, and swearing, that the heat was intolerable, and the ILtin and hungry" were luxuriating in the genial rays of the un- clouded sun. But Tuesday and Wednesday hav.e wrought strange altera lion," the rain ,e poured down in torrents, nccompnnied with a cold north-easterly wind. And on Friday the hills in the neighbourhood dazzled the eyes with their white winter's covering, the snow having fallen insome parts of the inooi;s ft ve or six inches deep. OUSUrHliiY and Monday it wa-s as mild as before. —Sheffield Iris. Such (says a modern traveller; speaking of Athens) ls the nature of the place, and such the magnitude of Its ruins, that, in a general view, time seems to have spent its ravages upon it in vain. JFhe Acnpolis, and the temples, and the tombs, and the theatres, and tin- ^r(,ve, a„d the mountains, and the rocks, and the plains, and the gardens; and the vineyards, and the fountains, ituti Live SKUIIS, utlfi thi? *hc as they appeared to Perieles, to SoenUes aiid to -i Alcibtaides. j •i. History of the Wise Men of Gotham wis. of Henry the :,c-e,>unled a a'l»ded to certain sport^nd t nrol« Wt"f 1 lhe inh;lbitants Of Gotham in Lincolnshire held their lands. Ia!r< on 'I'bursday, there was a i a .-t ■? ft better sort of cattle than has n,-?Hy years, the greater part of- l' at '•dnced prices. There were few-good I of Wili,.l those for draught or the saddle sola freely un il(ivail,t!. IlLlitei- of ,.Wlii(-Ii th(-r(, %vas a sJlnrt supply., averaged from tV to 13s. 6.t f>er Sto,(fi- Cheese, best making to P' Ik- Tnions, h!s.pt::hushd. 1 le was a large.qttarcU'ty fif-hops-eShibited, arid a tew fine samples vyere sold at'I7v l-7#per«wt." iu 011 10 following d-.ty, a considerable reduction- ill pi-ice took place. the tt:,er»?e, being from II to at w'<;h the deliveries were very con- j. siderable. A Gentleman offers' (by ad- "erlsl.ment 111 a daily paper) to 'flex, any ei vices consistent with proiirieiy, where a third pi.ison can he useful to promote alliances, be- teen those of the first respectability only. He will piivateiy ascertain everiy circumstance, and secui e an introduction according to the establish- e itileg of society and in no instance, does he desire any advantage for himself, unless 'the I mauiage actually takes place.* 1 The ICing of tlie NetherMwds cotnpels his Miais- ters to receive all complaints in person, and to trust ■nothing to deputies and twice a week he is him- self accessible to person's ofevery ,vho free- ly converse with him, and state their grievances. To prevent the smoking of a lamp, sofk the wink in strong-vinegar, and dry it well before it. is used it will burn sweet and pheasant.. An excellent method of seasoning deal and planks of fir, not generally known, is to put them four or tivie days into salt water, frequently turn- ing them this, by drying them afterwards in the air or sun, will render them much harder, and prevent them from sluinking. Oivmpus was formerly the appellation given to any lofty eminence, and was Cnmmon to many e&- lebrated mountains to one in Pieria, the fabu- lous seat of the gods to another in Bithynia to a third in Mysia a fourth in Dyprus a fifth, io Crete a sixth, in Elis and a seventh, in Arca- dia. A novel circumstance occurred at Durham Ca- thedral on Sunday Vast and which has occasioned no little Sensation. Immediately after the com- munion service in the morning, one of the minor canons read a legal document of great length, being a writ of sea uestration, by virtue of which all the property and future income of the Dean, Dr. John Hat), becomes vested in his creditors for the sum of 5,800. The Dean hi'mnself was present, and Was compelled to listen'to the whole I it that the-principal credttw is a •banker of >0xford. Dri Ilall was-raiswl to the dignity of Dean of Durham, and the. vaCioeyioc- easioned by the elevation of Dr. Burgess to the See jdf Salisbury, a few inontlrs ago, i.^saiid, to have received no less than ten thousand pounds jit one windfall since his appointment. j RonnERY AT TIIE Stj,% Oliver late a clerk in the Sun Fit-ti Ofilee, was charged 011 thi'ee.inilictint'nts with embez/Jhrg va- rious received bv hi in. Oil account of his ployers. The oti which the l^ecorner informed' him "that the plea would bo Of no el t) iiiii, tint dra W it; the prisoner, who seenied deeply affeef- ed at his awful situation, with tears In iii.s eves, declared that his conscience would not allow tiifyi to,.withdraw the plea," ahd-"if was accordingly recorded dgainst him. 'A A respectable farmer at W'h'itchurcHifrt'.lla^'p-J slij-re, lost- three sons under, the'folio witif cirV: cu'ntstances.i—1The first, about^ four years old, 1 bi t Jiis tongue, in a. fall, and bled to death. The second, about two years old, cut his thumb, and also bled to (ioqtli in a few days. The third, all infant, whose death is recent, scratched his arm and singular to add, bled to death. A~,splendid vase, weighing 330 ounces, and holding K) quarts,: has Iseeai presented by the Clergy and Laity of Carmarthen to Df. Burgess their late :DioceSan„ HOW Bishop of SallsjbnryT SIJ'GAR MONOPOIA;.—-Sugar has becowie a tie- cessary, equally indespensable to the poor and rich. The quantity of1 West India sugar annual- ly consulted in Great Britain may, we believe, be taken on art average at about, 3SQ;t)00,000 of pounds weight. And it has been repeatedly shown, that a reduction of the duties on sugar from the jäst Indies and South America, to the same level with those laid on West India sugar,, would enable us to obtain as good susrar for l^d. per pound, as now costs iki. but, -taking the difference at only Id. per pound, it would make on the above-mentioned quantity-, a sa\iug of no less than ,^1.583,01)0 a year. No IsrjsoVAtiorw y that all new things aie bad, is to say that all old things were bad iu their commencement; for. all the old things ever seen or heard, of, there is not olle thai was not oiiie. nl\t. Whitever is now established was oncf innovation. The first inventor of'pew* rtnd parish cilerks was no <lo;ubt crfnsld«rec( ajdoa- bin in his dav. Judges, juries; drier's Of the court, fire all the inventions Of ardelit spirits- who pr.t!lct,ii-. of ruiii npA.()lati(}Í1, No ilia 41,11 Oil no Turnpikes no, Reading no Writiiiif! no; Popery The Fqol Myeth in his heart, "t wFH have nothing new Review —Hrnlham. DK FACTO AM, DF. JnuE.-Louis Xl. of Franco was remarkable for the very low rate he estima- ted every man's life, in his dominions, except his own; and among It variety of instances related by historians of the day. in which this disre- gard was carried on fo an access alpiost ludi- Oi-oug. one; of the niost extravagant is the storv of the Prior of St. Cosilio." 'in the earlv part Of Louis's reign; this Priest, Who was" a favour ite of the King, and a man of great sanctity, undertook a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the execution of which he was made a prisoner, and carried as a slave into Barbary. Twelve years after—either escaping, or by some other-means cotnpa,ssing his freedom—after being lonf ac- counted dead, he found his way I)a(-k, to France: but, in the interim, it"turned o"iit that a new Prior, one of the Kind's Chaptains, had been appointed to his monastery. The case was one rather of nicety. The original Prior en- treated to he restored to his place; and this (at first) the King promised should be done. But there were difficulties in the way. The new incumbent, in his turn, .wjis a sort of favourite. Delays arose; and the claimant, mercilessly peti- tioned seven times a week, until, at length, Louis; tired of importunity, and seduced, as he was apt to be. to the readiest niode of accommodating such a irialter, desired Tristan tf, rhl liim of the Prior of St. Cosmo." Now Tristan being a mail of few words, merely bowed his obe- dience to his intimation and, being also a per- [ son of rather literal understanding, he never dreamed, when he .heard a Prior" mentioned, of any body but the officer who actually kept the keys as such, and received the revenues 4 there- fore, briefly, he betook to of St. Cosmo.; aud mautjre the prayers of the mi- | St»rable superior, carried his orders coolly into execution; On the next stay, when the King held ■ his Icyee,; the late traveller inlJurbary, quite un- j conscious of what he had escaped, appeared wflh the hundred and eleventh petition. The ivnig was surprised, for he thought all demands had been satisfied in full the night .before. ""How is this," said he. privately, beckoning to Tris- tan,"who was present — Did I not tell you to rid me of the Prior of St. Cosmo ?" The Prior, my your Majesty mean this man?" whispered tho Provost, with soine little hesita- tion. Why whom else should I Ilwan. sir- mh 7" returned the monarch. Did I not speak of him;" I understood your Majesty to mean the other Prior—-he was hanged last night at eight o'clock." The King paused for a moment; the error probably had been invo- luntarV —" ft is soon remedied, iilv l^iege," said the Minister of Justiae. '• [ will take off this Prior to night iilso. But Lous, though.Cruel, never desired blood farther than was necessary to his own safety or Ai the mistake has occurred," ho replied, "■ and eaimbt be helped; the man had some right on his side, let hila take the benefit of it. Let him be restored to his place," conti- nued the monarch, "and, gossip, keep your own Counsel; fortune has done wet! for him. and we- will'not .oppose her. It was necessary that, in some way,. I should be freed from his im- portunities; hut we shall accomplish that now I in this way, as easily as we could do it in the other."
- JET STF,,A)l V,L,
JET STF,,A)l V,L To the EDITOH Q/ the NORTH WALES GAZETTE. Ma. P.niroii, .Ti! accounts given of the loss of lives occa- sioned by the sinking of the Comet Steam Ves- sel, is strikingly melancholy. Sixty or seventy passengers lost within a quarter of a mile of) the shore, ill -,i moderate moon-liglit nigh I., is dreadful to contemplate particularly when you take into consideration (judging by the accounts published) that they might most of them at least have been saved, if the vessels had been provided with suit- able boats, and good old-fashioned English Jack Tars. I, Sir, have gone some thousand miles by Steam Boats—I have admired the astonishing in- genuity of man, who by these unnatural means, (if I may be allowed the expression) forces a ves- sel on in spite of wind and tide, but at the same time I have always lamented hÚ temerity; for I have constantly observed, that in-this kind of Vessel, dependant upon machinery, at all I,iable to and helpless' i/t -the extreme i whenever accident does occur, there is less appa- rent care taken in regard to boats and sailors, than on board an other vessel of the same.mayniliide.— Examine four out of and you wilt fihd one ordinary boat, and a crew not having to boast two, or at most three ie re- maitider not deserving that honourable appela- tion.) It seems as if anytlfi% would do for a Steamer. NoV, Sir, my oiii-nio,,i is, ttikt, cluing the injury these Steamers ri(i to e Trade of England, that ancuManrl niolsi iyllltitble nursery, of our of them cirnrdo, Is. to take especial care uot Anly to provide at least, three good and sutficient bo^ts to i) tit at.all! ti.'ftes -.t&> gj ve the prefgr, ence to exjierienixd 'seamen, who' ^buld .• be able to render; effectiyu assistance in case pf n'efed* and not piit4he ji^lm .to'jar'boardv when starboaVd' might saVe thd lives, of the passengers, which inexperienced man may verj probably do, when gurprtsed by ueexpected danger. AVJiy.have all Steamers-staunchions on each, quarter, and'alsb one over the stern; for boats, if they do npt mean to carry them ? I sincerely wish it were imperative upon th^m to do so. In the lainentabre instance now bafore us, the moment one boat> was upset, all hopes of escape was crl lost; had there i),een three" boats instead of one. .the same confusioncot}\d not.liaye^aken place— .and many, many valuable, li ves, might have lieep. preserved,, tf tius subject was ofice:talfen. :into serious consideration, I should hope that the lives of SO or 100 people would never, be allowed to depend for safety on one hoat-Nay, 1, have been informed that frÚm500 to 700 people^have actu- ally been? conveyed froin Ireland in one Steamer this very year repekteftly with one, and at most two small bdats on board. Surely the interests of the Proprietors them- selves ought to point out thejmproprietv of this—■ If it does not, I would recommend His Majes- ty's Ministers 10 take it into Consideration. -• FLEETWOOD WILLIAMS. '2dh October, IS*i.3. > Would there be any difficulty in bringing le- gislative authority to bear upon thij point ? j poll Stage Coaches are not aUov^fel tOf tdrry ibovt a -certain 0 it tsidft- T6* 'pfeftetft" accidtçWhY might hot Steahi V^ejs be eoiiir peUed to carry a celi-,taiii, boats accord- < ing to the tonnage and number of passengers— the lives of His- Majesty's' subjects ,ar<j equally.' concerned in both cases. J
COMPENDIOUS NOTICES. His Majesty, unattended by any iiiilitary es- córt, ca:Ul! t this tOlViJ Thursday. to iilspct th new. building of the palace in St. James's park, dined at IveW., and 'returned' to Windsor ii, tlie- evening.— Duke of York returned to Nevvmarket yesterday, after a week's shooting with Mr. Tfhornhill at Riddl-esworth* and at Euston Park. -I,ol.(i Chancellor dined with His Majesty Wed- nesday.—Orders for the Court going into a fort- night's mourning for the King of, B.ivaria gazet- ted Saturday.—King of the Netherlands has ap- pointed a Consul General for Chili.A vessel from Buenos Ayres brings news that all was peaceable there, (he Brazilians having retired from the roads of the Itio Plate.— Present state of Greece unpromising, owing, as is said, to speculation in the late loan—the army murmur-: ing for arrears or pay, the navy mutinous for in- crease 01 Wagtis. and the Government complain- ing of wantof funds—French journals now pay great attention to Irish affairs-statistical details respecting Church property, and the proportious of Catholic and Protestant population are noticed with accurate minuteness.—An American fleet. commanded by CoiniiiOdore Rogers, consisting of the North Carolina, of 104 guns, the Constitu- tion frigate, and the Ontario corvette, arrived aii NapolC Iihult. and welcomed with great en- Aliusiiisisi by. Greek Authorities, who had gone, Oil board: the Commodore.— Llo yd s Hooks ex-, hibit disastrous accounts of loss and damage done to the shipping by late steam- packet (see last page) sunk within 183. yards of shore, in 171failtoilits prol)osel; to raise. her—the body of Captain Sutherland found Tues- day, and buried Thursday;,with military honors.. —The Herald yacht from Quebec brings informa- tion lhaUencorl1 vessels were loading-there, for England, but the crop was liglit,, iind hence no. Urge exports were Lowtlier a 11 aw Lndiaiixan of first class, launched'at Def^t-' ford Saturday.—Ilecta, Captain Parry, paired Gravesend Friday, for De'ptfoid —N > improve- ment .jn the British Funds last week.—-Consols- heavy, at ST^Eye.ry description of Snaresilown —A;newilfouiance, by late Airs. J^adcli'ffe,* au- lei flit, J[})lê'¡Îcsof'(j'do!}jlïQ_, Ronicthcc of^'thr Forest, & £ c." ^b;o.uY to be I)u o a good look', out.— Marquis of DourttV; s&rt to^ Duke' of .Wellington", when pj.rtjte,' 'isbe^- come,a .Candidate for Hants'.—C?olbrit?l*M'acqurai of Ridgiiotit Park, intends offering' himself-fcrr' BedfordsiiirC, in opposition to Marqais of Tavis-' tock.~CoN^ENiEfJT BitioTrtV.—-TWo Frfnch Cures lately refused rites of, biirial two young women, on the ground that one had not beenihar- ried in .church, and the grave of the other was too near the windows of his own house !—Fever has been- very rife in Bucks and Beds lately, to which great numbers had fallen victims—Ayles- bury. gaol has not escaped—It is frequently ac- companied with c$eliriuiK.—Five hundred men now constantly employed on the imprbvementsat Wind- sof .Castle.—A JRW THE UKTTER CniiisTiAN;—A monstrous caricature exhibited iii shop window, witli inscriptions, A God for a shil- ling Jews and''Christians be.hoVd* your God and other impious designation: indigiiahtly torn topiecesFriday,nndthewindowbroi;HnbyMr. Moses EH.as Levi, of Sloan-streei—Mr. Levi takt. 6 to Guildhall, paid 17s. expenceis, and threatened an indictment for a blaspliemous libel. -A gang of swindlers, under the Captaincy of a 'Mr. Stanley de Courcy Ireland, mid a Mr. ..Pohsonby, have been carrying on some swindHng pra.nks .in G loucester-place—their houses' ijitted up wi,th every material for carrying on a snccess- .ful'war. On tradesmen, &c.— a letter.' said t'o be from Mr. Martin of G.alwayi" coiifirniatory of Iheland's respectability,' srlenced iill'suspicioil in I the landlord—the parties Were accidentally blown, and decamped without beat of drum, to the serious loss of many resp«^r4bie tradesmen, t;
MARRIAGE OF TlIK I^iT^UTENANT.\
MARRIAGE OF TlIK I^iT^UTENANT.\ We understand his Excellency has recfiyed letters of hearty congratulation from the Duke of Wellington, his illustrious brother, and from the ■Ertrl of Liverpool, on the subject of the approach- iiig That, however, which is most flat- tering to the Lord Lieutenant on this occasion; is an autograph letter; with which he has been de- livered by a special messenger, sent by the King for that purpose. We liear that his Majesty, in the warmest ani most affectionate teruis. con- veys his congratulation and approbation of the in- tended marriage. There have been some rumours that the Lord iiiati-iitg,-e would be followed. by his retirement from the Vice- royalty of this country: if our information he correct, and we have good reason to believe it is. thecontemplateii event will but cause his longer continuance in his high office. One excuse for the clamour. raised by some of those persons, who wage a petty personal hostili- ty against the King's representative in this coun- try, will then be removed—Uainely. that, there is no Court. The Irish Court tinder the new Vice- Queen, will, we have rio doubt, be brilliant and fashionable. The Duke Of Wellington would, we believe, liave honoured the nuptials with his presense, if circumstances of an imperative nature did not prevent his coming to Ireland at this pc- .y On Saturday his Excellency the Lord Lieu- tenant removed -from' Malahide Castle to his'per-, nianent resident at the Vice-Regal Lodge. Phoe- nix Park. The day for the celebration pfliis "Ex- cellency's approaching nuptials, which have ex- pite(i so iiiiieli, ititere.,t in I)Lt'f)- lin. is not yet appointed, as it ■ will depend upon the arrival ofhis iioble the Duke of Wellington, and Lord Maryborough, who are expected about Wednesday, but at all events it is understood that the ceremony will be per- formed by the Protestant Archbishop, and after- wards by the Catholic Archbishop of 'Dnbtiii. A King's Messenger at ,on Wednesday last, bearing an autograph letter addressed by his Majesty to the Lord Lieutenant highly complimentary to his Excellency on the approaching auspicious event. In our paper of yesterday, we stated, that Mrs. Patterson had in ready nvmey one hundred and thirty thousand pounds. We have been since informed," that we underrated the sum. and that one hundred and eighty-six(Ao'ii<andpounds\a 3, per Cents, is nearer the truth. The lady, in addition to her property in the British Fuuds, has claims upon the Ilritisli and American Governments to an equal Amount, besides. Considerable landed property in America, ^he is niece to the Catholic iiishOp'of Maryland, ^nd is herself, of course, a member of that com- munion. She will not bQ, however, the first Ca- tholic Consort of a Protestant Viceroy of Ireland. When the late Marquis of Buckingham adminis- tered the Government- of this codntrv. the Mar- chioness, who was the only daughter" and heiress of the great Earl of Clare, and a strict Catholic went regularly to Mass. The apartments at the Vice-Regal Lodge, in the Park, are undergoing considerable improve- ment and alterations. The Castle has been some time ualler repair.— Freeman's Journal.
/.liASKRVPTSi , ; Jdhrt Woods…
.liASKRVPTSi Jdhrt Woods and ,Benfjr; I- gi. Sussex, grocers and drapers, t- Edw.ard Davies, AValutlt-trs«';walk, tambeth, Surrey, engineer. 1 William pùnhaín, (Joietnan-street,- London, Vic- luanerandwinemerchant, Thomas. Sartram. Warwick slater. Thomas Trott, New G ioucester-street, Hoxton, Middlesex, builder. John Knowles and John Wilkinson Knowles. Bent Mills, near Wilsrien; Y?orkshire and of Manchester, cotton spinners. i. .1 Timothy Lawson, Manchester, cotton spinner. Marian Pievpoint, late, of the Cock and Bottle, Strand, Middlesex, victualler &, wine merchant. Thomas, Roby, Tamsvorth, Staffordshire and Warwickshire, or one of them, tanner. Charles Sandoe Gilbert, Denvonshirei chimist and druggist. William Reynolds, Liverpool, cotton broker. William Masters,Duke-street, Aldga.e, London, woollen draper. William Pearman, Euston-street, Euston-sqiiare, iiiusic seller. John Willson, iww or,latc of Ijeeds, Yorkshire, frizer. James Stevens, late ot but now of I Pall-Mill. Middlesex, bootmaker. William M'Murdie and William Charles Pont, "Eppitig." Essex, stationers. Thomas Tutton, Gerrard-street, Soho, Westmins- ter, grocer. J ohnHumphreys, Harlow, Essex, builder and carpenter. James Jackson. Dorvill's-row Ilamiriersmith, Middlesex, shopkeeper. Samuel Williams, Finsbury-squsre, Middlesex, merchant. John Overstow Smith, late of High-strefct, Soixth- wark.Surrey.draper.. Edward Kirk, Manchester, cotton inerchaot.
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I ■ SHIPPING; K Cah vanncn. —-AYvived, the Elizatieth VVsl iauis; Meiribu. Humphreys; Ca- th ri ue and Fanny, Jones; AthaliA, Williams Mars, Jones; Eirleavoiir, Jones Cygnet, Ro- berts'; Frendship, Jones; Penter Davies; Bee, Ellis; Jane and Mary, Hughes; and the Hose in June, Jones Cleared -out'. Mary Ann, Williams; Elizabeth, Edwaards; Morning Star, Owen"; tlohi'v,il^yans Aurora, VVilliauis John and Anri. àiri": Cil- gwyn, Williams Carnarvon Packet, Wi.iliams, for Liverpool Lovely Jonnv. Jones; for"Ne;>vry .Colonel Smith, Jones Dinomri, Grlffitlifor Dub- lin, all with slates. Arrived, Rostiin June, Tones-, Eli.za'belh and Jane, Williams, froiii AlostNIti, with coats; Jane and Hannah, Rowlands, from Liverpool, -with coals Cygnet, Roberts from Pwlflieli" wftli Barley. Cleaved out, Catherine, Barley, for poofe Ve- nu.s, Crail; ttobert. Lorry \M'G.riiifce," foi; way Thomas, • Prince, for NewlY; Union,. ,i.loose.Aurora, Jones; Thomas, ftuglies, (or Liverpool Endeavour WilliamS, 'fàr' Bnsto-i'; Friends, Leabsdy, for Belfast Hornet, Williams, for Livfrptto); and the Elizabeth," Jones, for Lou-, don, all with slates. ABEIIYSTWITM.—Arrived, tlie Ann anil Eliza- beth.. Thomas. from Liverpool, with snhdrjes; I p 1, Fanny, and Betty, Jones, from Newportand Bee, Owens, from Ditto, with coal Mermaid, Thomas, from-Swarisea; and Liverpool Trader, Hughes, from Pembrey, with coal culm John and Anne, Jones, from Llanelly, wilh coal; and Active, Davies, for Cardigan, with slates.
, ..MARKET HERALD. -—IH^fr—
..MARKET HERALD. —IH^fr— Ait account of the Prices of Wheal, fiarley, and Oats, in Ute week closed Sain-Jay last, in the Mnder-inentioned canitiespr. iVinckester measure. wheal. Barley. Oait. Anglesey.: 56A- to ()0,v | 35s to33s ) 19.? to 2 ).t Carnarvon. 60s-— 'G3J>- 33A- —W-v 20* — 2S4 Denbigh G2,v — ()7,v ).V —| — L' KV Flint. ft.lv — GS.v 3ox —I 20* — 23# Merioneth (!;>»• — (Kv -i3,v -~9'.h 20,v — 22* Montgomery. | 63* — G7.v J 20* — 'Jis
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE. ',rues DAY, Oie o'Clock. SECOND EDI HOW Tnere wag a steady demand to-day for both "Wheat nod Oats at the above quotations, and sales to fair extent were effected. For there was iitit iniieli deirilzid, and prices remain nonlinally jlie sauie. t, 7OTb. p. y), s. D. English Old 10 0 a. I f) 6 Nev 9 0 « 0 6 Irish, Old. 7 0 a S « Netr 1S25. 0 9 Ü a 1) 6 Foreign 8 0 a 9 0 f)rn s Cjt 4olb. English 3 2 a 3 4- 3 l a 3 0 "E New, 3 5 a 3 Û 3 I a 3 a X 6a 5 0 Means', ir qr. English. 46 0 a 52 0 Barley, -jr HUlb, English, Old, ,") 0 á 3 Neiv, 6 Ii a H H Jrish, Old, 4 0 a 5 0 Scqteh, ditto 5 Oa 5 3 yalloas, 9 0 a 9 6 !j¡fUo,llijddlÙig. 8 0 a 0 0 Flo ir, brl. 22 0 a. 21 0 30 0 a 3t 0 0 itmetil, 21!Jb. E;i,)Iish 30 0 31 0 .Scotch, 28 0 a 2n 0 Jiish. 27 U a 30 0
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1,0 N 1)0 N. The supply of Wheat during the last week ha* been tolerably larse; for the season, as also of Flour upwards of 14,000 sacks hence, though th-earrivallof Wheat this morning was by no nieans large, the Mealing Trade was exceeding- ly dull, and the best runs barley supported nor last quotation, whilst the middling and ordi- nary descriptions, which formed the greater portion of the supply, can only be got oft on lower terms. Barley ohlltlns quite as gooil -pi-kes and Beans of boih sort are rettiiii-1, ta- ken off at our last quotation but Witite lieake are from Is. to 2s. per quarter lower, and Grey !itf»o are rather cheaper. Though We iinVe had 'a good supply of Oats since this day se'riui»Ut both from Our own coast and Ireland, in the -whole npwards of 30.0JJ quarters, and a fur- ther arrival this morning, the demand is ade- quate, arid last week's prices are fully support- ed.—Flour remains steady in value. Wheat Cwhile 0Os a (fas sts a. 411'1 I)lu it f'Js a bus yPedie 46s a 4Ss Oats (Pota,toe) 28s a Sis ——Poland Ufa m 2Ss Pecd 25s a 2is PRICE OF FLOUR. "tnmil itiade Flour, 99* a o,ts per itek delivered rit&lo-jfieevntls..u, 50* u ditto Esue.i and Suffolk Flour, 45s a dUs on 5datf ship Norfolk and Stockton ditto 4-Os a -15s ditto Bam 4. 1 Is a 12s if* Quarter Fine .Pollard 16s a 20s ditto Nov litipe Seed, £ 2it to -02rt 1 (Is, per Last
PRICE OF BREAD.
PRICE OF BREAD. Hhc highest price of liread in the Metropolis, is lOti. for the HtJ. Loaf—there are others trko sell from a halfpenny to two pence halfpenny beldiv that rate.
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF aRI"TISH…
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF aRI- TISH CORN For the week ending OCT. 22, IS25, made up fronrthe Returns of the Inspectors in the Maritime Cities and Towns in England and Wales, and by which importation is regulated. Wheat 64s 7d [ Rye..iiis 7d J Barley 40s 0.1 Oats.I->s 0,1 j B eanq.. -Ms 2:-1 Pe,tse. ilsi I I d
SMITIIFlELD, MONDAY. OCT. 31. Weare very largely supplied with Beasts this morning, but the quality of the greater part is so very indifferent that small Scots and Runts maintain the price of last Week, viz. os.; the heavy and inferior sorts, however, have(given way, and do not obtain purchasers beyond 4s. 61.per stone.—Mutton remains much the same os. the current figure for Downs and Polle*—The Calf trade bears rather a heavy complexion, though but few here— 5s. 8d. the very top--price,—The best Pork remains with- out variation. \ftecf.s 0d to ox Od I Veal.5s 0 5s Hi I Mu('<0rt..is 0dto5s <id Pork. As 0 5. 0 d I Lamb, 4s Sd to 6s 0d. Head of Cattle this dau. j dbo'it 3041 I CUilres 160 1 Sheep .a 19,850 J Pigs I
PttiCE OF HOPS, per cwt.—-Ocr.…
PttiCE OF HOPS, per cwt.—-Ocr. to. Keit-t Ilockets 201. Os. to 2,210 v to 01. 0s. turn ex i'octets I Sf tUA- to :?lIl Ox to 01 Os. Essex pockets 13l 13* to I hi 0sto 161 Os.Sec IK Oslo l Kent. Haps, 13M3s to 15/ 5j; ri 31 0" to 1 tl 0* Exscjc. tidy# 131 Os to Itl llr r Old Duty laid at £ 23,000.
PRICE OF LEATHER.
PRICE OF LEATHER. :1lest-Dressin,g Hidm Z I nd ig -Coninwnditlo I lid to ls(I ih-ofr Md&&f35 to 3810s to -16Jci to MW Ditit) ,Lito bli)lbs 19d to t-) I d •.Cuff l-ikim 3'i to -Wibs u I Sd to 2Sd Ditto 45 to oHlbs 2Sd to Siid DU<r, 5j to Tolbs 2id to (I <Small-,Sealt Skins 20d to 21 tl KT-a-med llpftic Hides, 12d I.)tl Spanish. 13" to ISci
:1, ,.'"PRICE OF T \ LT.OW.
:1, "PRICE OF T LT.OW. 40 s (Sd -}"(ll;iíi: .tv¿'ia. 40* 6r/ White dilto a oos Od Sodji ditto 00s Oft Melting Stuff. 3 iv Od 20s Od Graces. 20A- Od Cut d 4* Uti. GoudDreys 6* OJ.