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motions can only be equalled by the more post on the banks of a tank for which they derous and predatory fury which impels appeared to be making: this was such an their conrse. In the present instance, it is upexpected macuvre, that a party of them said, there were not more than 150 meu galloped up close to lieatenant Tullob with with Major Oliver. The subalteros men- out discovering him, wheo he gave them a tioned in general orders are said to be all volley, and killed some men and horses. very young men ; lieutenant Jackson is, we They have been drawn up in front of us believe, the nephew of Mr. Randle Jack- this morning. I should suppose there are

about 5000 of them, and they are now “ Fort St. George, Jan. 7. moving of in the direction of Timboor and “G. 0.-By Goveroment.--The Right Saricottah; and I shall march this evening Honourable the Governor in Council is for Chicacole, as I conceive it probable pleased to publish in General Orders, the they will move in that direction. We have following extract from a dispatch received laken a standard and a trumpet. Major General Rumby, the Officer in com- I bave the honour to be, mand of the Northern Division of the

Sir, your most obedient servant, Army, under date of the 24th ult.


“ W. C. OUTER; * Copy of a Letter from Major Oliver, Captain commanding 6th

commanding a detachment of the 6th Regi. Detachment."
ment of Native Infantry, to the Quarter " Kimedy, Dec. 20, 1816."
Master of Brigade, Northern Division.

The following extract of a letter from aa

officer commanding a battalion of Native I have the honour to acquaint you, for Infantry on the Madras establishment, lends the information of the officer commanding to increase our expectation of an immediate the division, that about five o'clock yester. war in India with the Mabrattas, It is day evening, we were surprised hy the dated camp near Hussinabad, on the Nar. Mahratta horse entering this town. Having buddah river, February 28" We have of only lieutenant Tulloh with me, I sent him late had a very active time in hunting to take post at the other end of it, and from Pindarees, but with little success in oor both our divisions parties were sent out to quarters ; much, however, has been done in the different streets to endeavour to keep others, vast numbers of them having been them out of the town. We had continual killed, and tbousands of their horses taken, skirmishing for about two holirs, and some so that ( imagine their day is pasi. A. men and horses were killed in the streets. Bengal force is now come to relieve this A little after six, lieutenant Tweedie, who and we are off, heaven knows where! in a had retreated upon my detachment, arrived, few days. In the mean line, the horizon having marched all night and that day, is clouded io Scindiah's direction, and a having been surrounded by them from eleven Mahratta war becomes daily more and more o'clock in the morning, I found it impossi. probable, unless he consents to subsidize a ble to save the town, as they galloped force of ours. He has certainly aided and through and set fire to it in several places, abetted the Pindarees, who have committed, At eleyen o'clock, P.M. lieutenant Jack dreadful outrages in our porth division this son, who had been stationrd with his come season, and I know not how we can be off pany about sixteen miles of, arrived; when punishing the rascal. I shall write to you. considering myself strong enongh to give again as soon as malters develope them them an alert, I left lieutenant Tweedie selves a little ; at present we are all muebe with two companies, in a strong position, in the dark.' and having procured two persons from Mr. AUGUST 25.--Her Majesty and Princess Spottiswood, who promised to show me the Elizabeth, with Dake and Dachess and road to their camp, about a mile off, I put Princess Sophia of Gloucester, visited Duke. myself under their guidance, and I am and Duchess of Marlborough, at Wbite, happy to say, we succeeded b yond my ex- Knight. pectation; we were actually in the middle A Court-Martial at Portsmooth, on-Capt. of their camp before they discovered us, Maxwell, of the Alceste, his officers, and and we gave them iwo vollies from the crew, for the loss of that vessel, in the companies within ten yards, which did great Straits of Gaspar-highest compliments, execution; and it caused such confusion instead of censure bestowed by the court on. among them, that they fed in every direc- the whole, and they were fully and entirely tion. We traversed their camp, and killed, acquitted. I should imagine, from twenty to thirty of Lord Amherst's voyage to China, extrathen; they left the greatest part of their ordinary for its rapidity;- Alceste traversed baggage on the ground, and this morning fourteen thousand miles in 92 daya;-Em.. there were about 100 horses running loose peror of China described as pasejonate and about the town, and we have killed and capricious, and thut increased by copstaat. faken about sevenly horse. Lieutenant drunkenness :-in cooler moments, fearing. Iwredie, when he heard the firing, detached hig abrupt dismissal of the embassy would ficulevant Tullol with a compuy to take cause unpleasant consequeuces, be ralber

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tried peccani, exchanged presents, and laid permitted with imponity to either of ebe all the blame on Lord Amherst, for not combatants. complying with the degrading 'ceremony of In the Kingston Chronicle of July 2, there knocking the head nine times against the is a reward of 2001. offered for the appreground ;-preseots of trifing value were hension of a planter named Ludford, for saved from the wreck of the Alceste. the murder of his slave.

Americans begio to complain of the Red The Austrian troops have at length quitted Book, and amount of salaries to officers of Naples, but previously to their leaving, state: at Washington, of '257 persons em- payment was made of all the sums due to played in government departments, 45 are Austria for the expenses of the war, by by birth foreigoers.

which Naples had been recovered. No jotention of assembliog Parliament

TIE KING'S AEALTH. until next year. - It has been prorogued,

Windsor Castle, Sept. 6. pro forma, to 30 November.

“His Majesty has passed the last month Meeting of the London merchants lately in a tranquil and comfortable state, his beld, a committee was appoioted to take Majesty's disorder continues unabated, but measures for trying the legality of the claim his Majesty's health is good. of the Corporation to levy the package

“ HENRY HALFORD, duty on exports, by resisting the collection

“ M. BAILLIE, of the same; and to investigate the right

" W. HEBERDEN, of the Corporation to exact the duty called

" J. WILLIS, scavage op imports.

« R. WILLIS," Branches of staple manufactures reviving, Mr. James Ayres, who died a few days - the coltoo trade become uncommonly ago at Frome, has left behind him property brisk.

to the amount of £70,000 which he acquired Lord Lieutenant of Ireland revoked his by extreme parsimony, and unceasing ex. proclamation of 30th Sept. declaring Lime- ertions to increase his wealth. He has tick in a state of disturbance: tranquillity left £20,000 amongst bis poor rolations, baving been restored.

and the remainder of his fortune goes to A Court-Martial held on the 13th inst, on four residuary legatees, one of whom is a Mr. J. Warman, master's mate of his Ma- journeyman carpenter and another a jourjesty's ship Volage, for striking a Serjeant neyman tailor. and a Corporal of marines of that ship, An awful instance of sudden death oc. contrary to the positive orders of bis Cap- curred at two o'clock on Wednesday aftaio (Reynolds); when he was sentenced to ternoon, in Messrs. COI and Greenwood's be dismissed from his Majesty's service. office, Craig's-court. While Captain Col.

The salary of the American President is bourne, of the 59th regt, was transacting 25,000 dollars per apnum; the Vice-Presi. business, he broke å blood vessel and ex. dept: and the several Secretaries of the pired almost directly. departments of State, all 5000 eacb; of A Decree of the Congregation of Index, the subordinate departments about 3000 on the 23d of last June, since approved by ach.

the Pope, places the following amongst the We learn from St. Kit's that the face of number of interdicted books: 1. Lessons that island has been eptirely scorched, oot of Commerce and Civil Economy, by the & shower of rain having fallen there for Abbey Genovesi: 2, Fraternal Advice to eight months, and only half crops are ex. the Ultramontane Concordatists, published pected next year.

at London, by Juigne ; 3, Abstract of a The reigning Duke of Desya o died lately. discourse pronounced at Bologna, in the He was the oldest Sovereign in Europe, chair of Physiology and Anatomy; 4 Suc. Our own venerable Sovereign is pow ihe cinct History of the British and Foreign undisputed patriarch of the royal house of Bible Society. At the same time all transEurope.

lations of the Bible, in whatever volgar The vast Empire of Russia seems destined tongue they may be, are forbidden, unless to be the seat of partial invasions by the approved by the Holy See, or published animal creation. A few months ago, a with Notes iaken from the Holy Fathers, warm of hungry bears from the forests and the Catholic anthors, pursuant to the invested Moscow, but were bappily driven Decree of the 19th June, 1757. off: now we are informed that the large The Archduchess Leopoldine, after havdistrict of Montoff is over-run with grass- ing been formally delivered up to the Por. hoppers, which threaten a famine wherever tuguese Minister, at Leghorn, went on they have alighted.

board Admiral Penrose's ship, the Albion, The British authorities at Jamaica, have 74, where she partook of refreshments, declared, that it is tbe intention of Great The next day she embarked in a Portuguese Britain to maintain the strictest neutrality ship of the line, on board of which there in the disputes between Spain and her colo. was a grand ball in the evening. nies. Any infringement upon the law of The causewaying of the streets with bature or nations will, nevertheless, not be blocks of cast iron, has been lately begun

Europ. Mag. l'ol. LXXII. Sept. 1817.


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in London, appears to be in contemplation bis ship the Louisa, has given the greatest io Edioburgh; the neighbourhood of which, satisfaction. They intend going to Zante used once to supply the streets of London from thence on to Sicily, and to winter with stone, Part of North College street again at Naples. We trust this paragraphe there, it seems, is already laid with iron will give pleasure to the many, who feel blocks, by way of experiment,

an interest in the welfare of bis Lordship A contagious fever continues to spread and family. through Ireland, originating in filth, want, Sept. 10.-The Farl of St. Vincent having and confinement;

it rages with the greatest lately been on a visit to his friends in the fury in the goals aud circuit towns. Mr. County of Stafford was on his return to Win. Ridgeway, an eminent lawyer, and a his seat near Brentwood, in Essex, surprised most worthy man, has fallen a victim to by a present of a novel but agreeable kind, rever, caught while attending his profes- lu' his hall his Lordship found placed a sional duty on circuit at Triin. Mr. Justice French Revolutionary flag, and near it a Osborne, one of the judges of the Court of marble Tablet, with the following inscrip. King's Bencb, has also died of the same tion, which sufficiently explains the motive, disorder.

for depositing the day in that place. A letter from St. Helena, dated in June

The last Tricolor last, contains the following passage:“ Madame Bertrand continues the same gay crea

by the Naval Flag of Britaio ture as ever. She was brought to bed a

the Colours few days ago. Bonaparte paid her a ly

of L'Etoile captured by the Hebrus ingin visit. She took her child in her arms,

March 27th 1814 and presented it to the Emperor, sayiog, • Sire, I have the pleasure of shewing

Most respectfully dedicated

To John Farl of St. Vinceot you a great curiosity-in a word, an uni

the offering que--the first stranger that ever was allow.

of a grateful Pupil ed to approach your Majesty in this island, without permission from the governor, or

To an illustrious Master. an order from the Secretary of State.' Bo. It was after a chase of 120 miles and a

naparte was quite pleased with the 'bon well fought action of two hours and a mot, and laughed heartily."

quarter under an incessant fire from a It has generally been conceived, that to French Ballery, that the Etoile Frencia send cotton manufaetures to India would be frigate was captured by the Hebrus uoder sounething like sending coals to Newcastle, the command of Captain Palmer, by whom It appears, however, by the following pa- the flag of the captured vessel has been ragraph in a Glasgow paper of Thursday, placed, as above stated. The official ac. that the manufacturers in That quarter have count of the battle is to be found io the Ga. turned such a speculation to account: “ It zette of April 2nd, 1814. Next to the is a fattering circumstance for our manu: satisfaction wbich Lord St. Vincent would factures, that the former exportation of feel from conquering his country's enemies, muslin for India, from the Clyde, sold at in his own person, is that of seeing them such prices as to encourage a great exteu. successfully combated by others, who sion of the trade ; and considerable sales of bave learned the art of victory under bis fancy muslios have recently been made for eye and from his example. that inarket."

The present, therefore, was a most grateThe recent short change of wind broughtful one. Capiain Palmer is the son of the to Portsmouth from seventy to eighty sail jastly celebrated Comptroller of the Post of coasting vessels, colliers, and others, Office, and the inventor of Mail Coaches, a wbich had been detained a considerable system by which more than by any other time in the Downs, Ramsgate, and ports to discovery of modern times, the internal the Eastward, by the long prevalent wes- Commerce and civil intercourse of the terly winds. Twenty five sail of colliers Country have been facilitated. are landing their coal at Portsipouth : ship Srpl. 9.--A new scheme of finance proprice from 26s, to 30s. per chaldron, Wia- muigated in Hanover, an Income Tax of chester nieasure.

one per cent. its chief feature. Broad hints Jo a private letter from Lord Craven thrown out in Dublin papers also, of advardated the 27th of July, he says, they left tages that would result from the introduce Venice on the 27th of June for Trieste, tion of a direct tax upon income, in lieu of from thence sailed to Pola and back to all existing imposis. Mr. Vapsittart the Venice. On the 21st of July they set sail in imputed father of these hints. company with the Wasp sloop of war for

Tbe (amden transport, with part of the Ancona, to see the fair Senegalica, but 19th dragoons op board, arrived from Que. finding they must perform seven days qua- bec in twenty-six days. rantine, bis Lordsbip determined on going linglish and American Commissioners immediately to Corfu. A fair breeze for tracing bounds of their mutual territospringing up, they ran it in forty-one bours, ries, are going oa quietly and satisfactorily a distance of 396 miles. In all situations, therewith.

Mr. Tierney is reported as happily re- many hundred voices. Mrs. Coutts ho. covering from his song illness.

noured the ship by throwing the bottle and The funeral of Sir Josepli Mawbey took nishing success to its enterprizes. The place at Chertsey, attended by his relations whole was conducted in the most masterly and friends, who, as well as the working manner possible, and not an accident of classes, evinced a sincere and deep regret any sort occurred, save a lituje splashing for his loss, every attempt to reuder the ob. which the motley gazers at the foot of the sequies şimple and without pomp, was frus. dock were christened by, when the waters trated by the numerous applications from swelled with the vast body which was persons desirous of shewing their last tes- launched into the bosom of the river. The timony of regard, by following him to the yards of several ships were manned by the grave-the poor in him have lost a friend, Marine Society's apprentices, and the as he performed his duties as a Magistrate decks of all the vessels at anchor were with unbiassed rectitude, and by living on filled with genteel company, which added his estate, conducted to the benefit of his to the beauty of the scene. Previous to dependants—such the life of the true coun- the launch, a steam boat with the propritry gentleman.

etors and their friends on board rushed French walnuts, of this year's growth, down the river and moored alongside the were sold in Covent Garden Market, at yard, and gave an opportunity for the one guinea a bushel in the green busks. thinking mind to indulge in contemplating

The Bedfordsbire Magistrates have di- the progress of arts and inventions. Anorected all publicans within the county to ther ship was upon the stocks in the same affix in their houses an abstract of penalties yard, a mere skeleton, and formed a pleas. agaiost tippling, drunkness, gaming, and ing contrast with the masterpiece of ingeprofane swearing, and as often as it is de- nuity which was then completed, and lay faced, to apply to the Clerk of Petty Ses. like a great Leviathan in the river. This sions for a uew copy.

being another sinew to the arm of our Three pitched battles were fought at Commerce, we wish the Thomas Coulis the Moulsey Hurst on Tuesday last; the first most complete success. between Reynolds and Church, in which

Translation of a Letter from his Majesty the former was victorious ; the second he.

the King of Prussia to the Directors of tween Spring and Stringer, the former

the Waterloo Subscription, and fore beat; the last between Purcell and U.

warded by Prince Blucher to G. H. Rose, Lancaster, Purcell beat. The losing men

Esq. his Britannic Majesty's Minister ; were all so dreadfully beaten, that they and him transmilted to the Directors : were incapable of walking off the ground: the usual assemblage of black legs were

The interest which the Honourable Wa. present,

terloo Association has manifested towards Notice has been given, that application the soldiers of my army who were woundwill be made in the ensuing Parliament to

ed, as well as the widows and orphans of enclose the whole of Epping Forest,

those who fell in the campaign of 1815, by The Lord Chancellor sits on the last remitting the Field Marshal the Prince Monday in October, when his Lordship will

Blucher, a furtber sum of £10,000 sterling, bold his first Seal, The Vice Chancellor

in addition to the important one of 200,000 bas intimated his intention of sitting on the

rix dollars, previously given for the sup23d of October, to lear bankrupt petitions, port of those who had lost their protectors and exceptions to reports,

in that memorable war, has caused me the Mr. Han. Francis Hastings is said to most lively pleasure, inasmuch as that gift bave made good his title to the Earldom of will not only alleviate the sufferings of Huntingdon. He is the lineal descendant

those for whom it is intended, but will also , of Francis, second Earl of Huntingdon, prove to me a pleasing remembrance of the and Catherine, daughter of George Plan.

esteein in which the English nation holds tagenet, duke of Clarence, and is related to the glory acquired by our united armies, the Marquis of Hastings.

This makes me desirous of expressing to the Sept. 12.- On Friday' last the Thomas voble Association my onfeigned thanks for Coulis, Iodiaman was launched from

their benevolent sentiments, leaving Prince Barnes's Yard, Deptford ; she is a 1200

Plucher to make them acquainted, in due ton ship and is to be commanded by Capt. time, with the application of their charit. Majoribanks. The day was unusually fa

able donation. voorable to the spectacle which attracted

(Sigued) FREDERICK WILLIAM. an immense company : the platforms were

To the Waterloo Commitiee, London. crowded with ladies distinguished for their

Berlin, June 18. . elegance and beauty; indeed the whole The French and Dutch papers inform us SCCRC was more like a fairy vi:ion than a that the Duke of Wellington intends apreal matter of business, and filled the pealing to a higher Court against the ad. spectators with wonder and admiration. verse judgment given in his case of libel When the stays were knocked away the with the Ghent Editor, The Flemish Jourship-slided smoothly into the river in the nals are in bigh spirits at this signal defeat, most majestic style, amid the plaudits of as they call it, of his Grace.

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The King of Prussia was present at a Queen of Spain suckles her own child, the review of 20.000 English, &c. on tbe 8th Infanta Maria Isabella Louisa. inst, near Valenciennes,

Miss O'Neil, previous to her return to ber The object of Marshal Marmont's jour. professional duties at Covent-garden Theaney to Lyons is still undisclosed-his arrival tre, means to take the Bristol waters for was attended with the loudest demonstra- the re-establishment of her health. tions of pleasure and outward loyalty to The King of Prussia is expected at Ber. the Bourbons some of French half-pay lin on the 25th instant. officers aonounce their intentions of joining It has now been finally determined, that the Spanish Patriots-Madrid papers keep the accouchement of the Princess Charlotte up the story of Russia assisting Spain in shall take place at Claremont. South America - Alexander, they say, is Paris, Sept. 16. - Privare letters res. to send a corps of Cossacks to act against ceived from Preslau, state that tranquillity the Patriot Guerilla Cavalry! Very little is completely restored there : hor is there intelligence lately of operations of the Pa- any fear of its being again disturbed. triots, American journals report M'Gregor To day, before mass. Marshal the Duke. has raised supplies by mortgaging 44,000 of Feltre had a private audience of his Ma.. acres of land in Florida, for the sum of jesty. two hundred and twenty thousand dollars- The Duke de Richelieu and Marshal Gou: but Florida is first to be subdued !

vion St. Cyr, the Mini ter at War, successo The Falmouth, twenty guns, Captain sively transacted business with the King. Rich, arrived on Friday from St. Helena- French Funds – Five per cent. 68f, 65c. left July 29-Bonaparte was never in bet. Bank Actions, 1377f. 50c. ter health-its perfect restoration he attri. Sept. 17.-- The King having ordered and butes to the constant use of the warm bath received an account of the remits to France he uses it as the greatest of luxuries, fre. of the last season for silk, as to the proquently staying in it several hours, reading duce obtained from silk-worms, and having a book; he walks afterwards in the grounds ascertained that there would not be enough of Longwood, and fills up his hours at bilo to supply our maonfactories, bas issued an liards.

Ordonnance, dated the 10th inst, to facili. The Tortoise store ship, from Rio Ja. tate the purchase of foreign raw silk, by a. neiro, brings accounts of numerous in- considerable reduction of duty, wbich, stances of outrage and oppression exercised however, is only to be temporary. by the Governor of tbat port on British BERLIN, Sept. 3.- A certain degree of merchant vessels, in vopecessarily firing at. agitation manifests itself in this capital, as and compelling ships to anchor, imprison. well as in some other cities of the monasing boats' erews, and keeping them with. chy., An association of pretended liberates. out provisions- the Tortoise was fired on is formed here, who wish to establish prinin this manner, the shot carrying away one ciples and innovations but little compatible of her sails- an officer and boat's crew, with the existence of a monarchical govera. sent ashore to remonstrate, were kept pri- ment, or perhaps of any government. To sopers till released by our Ambassador, who attain their end, they demand as a sacred has sent home an account of the affair, right belonging to men, the unlimited Liand, it is rumoured, an apology from the berty of the Press. A revolution always Portuguese,

begins this way. These innovators meet The Prince Regent has become a mem- from time to time, At one of their meet. ber of the Yatcht Club, a society composed ings they resolved to support with all their of many Nobility and Gentry, for keeping means and influence, M. Mallinkrodt, a their own sailing vessels.

Westphalian Counsellor, and the author of Letters received in America, from New. a periodical work which has already in. South Wales, dated November last, state, curred two actions for libels inserted in it that two vessels had been taken possession upon General Thielman. of by some desperate convicts, and that PETERSBURG, Aug. 25.- The Emperor, they had proceeded to sea. One of the who set off to-day, will proceed by Wita ships mentioned is his Majesty's brig Kan. epsk, Smolensk, Mohilew, Kiow, Poltava, garoo, commanded by Lieut. Jeffery. Orel and Tula. He will arrive at Moscow

The Madrid Basette states, that the on the 30th September.

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THERS. Locke, of Farnham, to a prebendal stall in the cathedral of

intituled, on bis own petition, to the
Rectory of Hilgaye, one of the valuable Rev. Charles Birch, A.M.
Norfolk livings.

The Rev. Osborne Shribb Reynolds, to
The Rev. G. W. T. Miloer, to the rectory the rectory of Boedge, with the rectory of
Larking in Norfolk.

Debacb_annered Sufolk: patron, the Rev.
The Rev. Dr. Holland, rector of Poin." Robert Reynolds.

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