WHEREAS; Mrs; "ROOkK, laic of Bristol T f but now of Haverfordwest, in the' county ot Pem- broke, left it COW and CALF, upwards of Twelve Months ago, on the premises of Mr. W^t&iss, the Three-Tun*, Inn, St. Nichôlas, near Cardiff,Glamorganshire^-1 Iro is tbcM- *°te, to give Notice, that unless the said Cow and Calf are wfcen away, and the exjtencesof their keep, adertiMn i, (, ^iid, within twenty-one days,from the date heieot, they .1 «e sold to defray the same.. April 6, 1804. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO B E,. "„7 ENtEKET) A Commodious DWELL! NG-I lOUSE, si- tuate in the pleasant (own of-&iidqejjd, and within j>atf an hour's ride to the Sea consisting of 2 large purloin" kitchen, pantry, and an underground cellar; 3 good beri- I looms and dressing-room, -and roomy, garrets forscryani. and a good garden. 2.°r to-All-. Collin, Bridgend. GLAMORGAN- TO BE LET, .aWx> ENTERED ON. AT MICIIAEt/MA8 ifEXf, A Capital MESSUAGE, with FARMING -fX OFFICES, and 2"?. Acres of ARABLE, MEADOW, and PAST t) RE L A ND, called "AIIt wen, in the parish of J^otighor, hawing Wat et in many parts ofit, Coal near -and it, a Navigable Rivet adjoining, and a Lime-Kiln, '"tthtn about five miles of the great trading town of Swansea. The CuHkty t'.iere and -under Kevengorwidd, and other i ^Qn.s.adiqiping,.to be let. -The leiiaut atAtitwen, and Mr. David Bydder, ofSwan- ea, wall shew, the Premises; and letters (post-paid) to John rajiklen, Esq. aearCo\vbrid<j,e, will be answered. ■■ G L A.M ()RUA. TO BE LET, rpWO GO-GD HOUSES, one called the I Great House; in the neat market-town «f Covv- ri(lge» in the vale of this fertile count y, through which there a daily Maikco^ich frwii London, jiath, and Bristol, to, Swansea;CarmartlK-.n, Milfotd ITaven, «nd Pembroke, fa i a aood dining, clrawing,and break- off ^Qon'S> SN bedjirooms;"two. clelea garrets, with proper .u:s» a stable, lioacii-lioiife, two willed gardens, and an ■air- i or wkh'otit a clo*e of ha\ land; detached from:, other houses, arid commanding'a pleasant view of the untry. The Church i« -ne«L. and there w a Graimnar- gcnool and an Academy m the town. wbu:U is. within about Ve- ? £ thk Bristol Channel; <u*cupied some years ijy *rC t'>arc'S011> Esq. having irood nunpike all around it. 'tut' •House is called C utmm on -GastLe, held by «f "General HuddU ston, and lies, within '^botft two miles i »ie market-town of Bridgend, ten of C'owhridge, one of v.-P T a.rme'' ,and one of the main luriipike-road, over • ._u^lue>said1iinail-coach passes daily, and near Oatnore ■V(Tr". a good dining, <!ra^ing» and breakfast- Wl *our bed-rooms, and servants' rooms, with a <i Sr»ss-plot, and a stable^ eoaeh-housej a other omces, and grassland hay land niay be had if re- qotred.T-Coal^and provision are reason ibl 1 both places. L-etters (post-paid)'to J. Franklen, E q nt ir Cowbridge, a vi6w'» recom n< ndt d « WORKING BAILIFF and TO O 1 i OUGHMEN, Psed to other laYining work, Want(^.■^—(Ont'Cqncem.) cardigaxshiuh. 10 BE PETtEMPTORILY SOLI) BY AUCTION v for. the BENEFIT or' creditors, At-*M inn, ih'fhe town of Caid»e«n, on Wcd- neMay,_ the IBth day of April 'inst. between the hours of .our and six o clock in the altemoou of the same day, rp.HE following LEASEHOLD ESTATES, L? 'L.D ESTATES,, 'V SEPARATE T.OTS, viz- ^0t H-V* ZQME- and PROFITS of all that Field or ^eot tomd, (formerly in two fields but now made S^-0Ae)^^AR^V-FYMNON. situaied in the Pa- Ot bt. Do«meHsrm thfe county of Pembroke, late in the Mr 1^ Kr- Bave-Si Surgeon, deceased, and late of .V-fty* two lives, under 21 years of age, 111 good dlJS|at ^e reserved r<jnt of^\10,10s. and a small duty, iins 1'ield is cdhtigiious'^b tlie.: town of Cardigan afore- v> Said. and in aood heart and,condition. ^-The WSE and PROFITS of all those four riff i' Parcels'of Meadow and PaMure Lands, .MlvMiEAX) flELDS,. gituated near-the town of- Wnf'^ in tlw acciibaUmi of the said Mr; terrT,r of Hector T^avie.^ K<q». for the residue of a efiaoi? •, y^^i^Jiereo] about 10 unexpired at Mi-* ftiaehnas last,.at the reserved rent of a Co'ctage. and Garden on these Premises, of t OGCilPatioii of David'John, at the -yearly-runt oftK0i^-lU^eas> will be paid to the purchaser iiMis r^rawd there is a Mill Stream running through I °'. -fielcbi, and are a very desiratile I10IU- T n*. « ^rp?r inhabitant of tins town 01*Cardigan. •t\eOHTt?!^PSST- INTEREST in the LR\SE of, of tL • HOUSE, GARDENS, <S- FIBLDS, Eso fn ^Vorra! held by least; k6m John Colbv, nl h% of Mrs; Anne ijawif, widow of U10. late deceas^ J 1?S,;°i1-^l^oyd J^c.k,in the conuU of Cardigan, Esq. occuiiafv about5a years, a healthy person, late in the £ V3q ,a.°? "tl)e s«iid Ivlr. W,o^ralli at the yearly rent of X]jg to tfie towvi o'i Cardigan afoi'Q,said.- °use is iu very good repair, and the Gardens ■ti- planted with ErAiitTreti?, aj'd is a desira- jesidenee7for a.'respeetahli* tans 1\, the profit of "early..sufficient to sr'y the rent/ ■' tpvney at MPP1! to Mr. liabeit Llo^d, At- i, TO BE LET BY AUCTION, On Saturday, the 21st of April, 1004, at the- Wynanam's Amis, in the town of Bridgend, unless dispoited of in the nieun.tiirio by Private Contract:, of which due notice will be givcn, .• ^p.IlE GREAT and SMALL TYTIiES of A NEWT0N-N.01T,4GE,'subject to such conditions as will be then produced.. • For further particulars, Mr. Bradley, Caidiit. • GLAMORGANSHIRE.' TO BE let, AND EFTEItF.D UPON IMMEDIATELY,. A Commodious Newly-built MESSUAGE or x\bWELEiNG-HO-XJSE, situated on the S-rn/v^D, in the town Of Swansea, comprising, i flu i- two parlouts artd a kitchen, pantry alid .scullery,, with a large well of water behind, vvhich never dries, lfj.rinerly used, as a Cold from -which water is conveyed by lead pipes into the kitchen and other parts of the. house ou the first- floor, a large drawing-room, lobby*arid three bed-cliaiiibers;; and 011 the second or atticaioryi',a" lobby ;niid four bed- chambers together with; a a!id cou\c)UeMtnew-bui!t Storehouse, adiomins; the d weHlng-hotlse, coiitaiuhiu 4.1öHs" The Tenaut'ntay be Hccontmodated with a good Three- stairStable, only a few-yards distant from the above preniises. For further particular;! apply to John William^ Mansfield, Attorney at Law, Sw.cnsea. • ■ .»- ■ WANTE1), as CQOK, to live i,11 the.Couii- try., a Wnman wh<Hnderstands her business, w'eli,' ,rstaiid! and can have an une-vitiptionable character. all all Apply to tk' Ace, Swaffica.■■
ill SWANSEA, Friday., April 0\ SHIP NEWS.j- AruiVF-D, the WtHiam aad Cathermc, ■Leonard, from Carrnartheu, with sundries Jamter, Grant, and Friends' Endeavour, Davis, from Falmotith Friends; Desert, Aarora, Walters; and Venus, Davies, from SL Iv%>ith copper ore; Vigilance, tislierj troni irehmd, with cattle," sheep, and horses; -Margaret, Jones, from I I r. Chester^ with bricks; Joker, Thomas, from St. Ives, with clay; Mary, Grady 1-ord Nelson,. Col* and Agcnora, Jame's, front Dab,liri ;• Ble3sit»g,Tedball; and Perseverance, Griffith, from Cork John and Mary, Murks, and Sampson, Harris, from Youghail; Alliance, Wren, from Waterlord Ind ustry, French, and Two Sisters, Williams, from Padstow; Mary, Brown, .arid' Happy Couple, Clark, from St. Ives; Good Intent, Hite, from Barnstaple; Hope, Lane; and Es^gle, Tomkin, from Pefizance v 'Peifgy, Furze;. Hero, Mwhuis'h, and Peggyi Ric!J"-i'ds,from Falmouth; Britannia, Ball, from jFowcy T.Jmon, Tucker; Sally" Payne; and- Centurion, Parry, from Plyniotith Young -Eagle,> i rancis, I front Milford Venus, Davies, from Fishguard Good In- tent, Haddon, .'from Watchet, Bee, Suntn, and Tejuple, Hoskins, from Bridgewater, all m. ballual. Cleared out, the Expi dition, Hanking for Ihi^fol; and- Ocean,Garwtt,forMilfoid,with suudncs, Pro»pct1,Spent e, for Oporto Venus, Jiavies, and Bountitiilj Dd>v.is,.k>r-VVdi- terfbrd; erecnjfietd, Timberlake, tor Amlwch MermaKt, HerberlyfoF Newport Industry, W bites tor Abei thaw In. dustry; ColWall,. for Gloets-tcr Good lmout, Hici and Bets\, Keen,for Barnstaple Swallow, Trick, for BidetbNi; James and;Ann, Jphus, for Bridge.wa'ter;. Hope. Lcican, for Fowey; Mary, .Madge; Mariana, Bond Ilqisldoi^li, Mel- hJlish Pelican, Thomns. and Maiy% .Tones, for St.. lyes. Laugher.—Arfived, the Nancy, W<ilteis, and Wiluinn, Davies, with copper ore for Penclawdd Pioapenty, Wil- liams, fr-oril Maiord;and Fortitude, Jenniii; irom M. I\ es.» Sailed, the John and Ann, Lewis; Ann and Mary, Giii- fiths; and EiiMbeth; Harries, tor Wextord. Ctirmarthcn. — Arrived, the Indnstrv, Jenkins, from liridgewater, with;ehnAimher,PoUy¡tnd Betsy, Liewej- ■ha, irom G4ocester, with ipaving stones; ivl.ny Ann, Mor- gati; Welcome, Davies A. David,Hall Eaitalent,'Da- vigs and JlebeKca^,Lloyd, lrojn Llanellj, with toals.: Cleared out, the Willwiii and Cathenne, Leonmd, Tor. Swansea and Hazard, Davies, for 'l'ristol, with corn Jape arid Peggy, for Milfofd, with oak poles and 2 ohrif Evans, for Glasgow, with b'arkv Llan'clly.—Arrived, the Peggy, Morgan, from CaraigaA, with timber and pfovisioirs Betsy, Gulloyan, Iroin White- ■ haven, with iron ore; Stag. Jeiikhis, from I^e^ey Sea-, (lower, Williams, from ■ Ftshgnard; Union, Griffiths-; and Swallow, Lewis, from Cardigan Mary-Ann, Morgan -and llcbecc% Lloyd, fivom Csnuarthen, all in ballast. Sailed, the Minerva, Williaiirs Mtct Cuitodcn, Jones, Ar Gardfgahi with iron Seidlower, Williams/ tor Wntei lord Jones, for St. Ives Eagle, Pillarj -for Plynionth Taunton, O,wens, for Cfu-digan Happy Return, Ilurlow, for Pembroke; and LinpCtt, Lewi4, tor Carinarth^u, alb with coals. Cardigan.—Arrived, the Martha, Jenkins, from Bristol; !fivy, Gwens, from Chester Hopewell, Jones, from" AbcT. rystwith and Adeona, Hovel, troin liaiielly.. Cleared out, the Mary, T><iyies, for LiVcrpool;. Paii- tirion Convoy, Tliomas and Pfdvidence, Davies', foi*" Bristol; and Mary, Jones, for Miltbrd. Bristol.—Arrived, the Freedoih, Miles, from South CawK,' iina Prince William Henry, Kiiiglit, from Cork Nau- tilus, Duncan, front Guernsey SvVitf, Sinclair, from r Ja- maica; Susanna, Mac Neice, frotn Beliast; Ceres, Hodg- son, from Dublin Trial, Syuioiis"; froili Neath Peace and Plenty, Jones, from CariHarthen Cardiff Castle, Jenkins arid Expedition, Hawkins, from Swansea- 1, PP.Y Entered outyWie Phosnix, Diamond, for Swansea Happy Return, Broomham and Trial, Svnions, for Neath Castle, Clements, for Cardiff; Maria, Evans, for Abertliaw Blessing, Recs, foi Tetib and Ann, Thomas, for Aberyst- witli.. — j'; Fahn(ruth,—Arrived, the 'Friends Endeavour,; Dennis ;Hope, Hicks; Beaver, Gold'SVorthy; Sprayconibe, Goss; Brothers, Daiton aad Eleanor, Collins, all from Switi}sea._ JVww.^Eutered inwards, the Industry, B°^ Ui,. Earl of Uxbridge, Roberts Cotton,Udckin .»>, -Harries; Union, Rees; Villers, Daltori; and BctSy, iregcrthan, all from Wales, with coals.' •"Cleared'Oitf, the Friends Endeavour, Dcatftn, and lien- > dra, Melhuish, for Wales, with Copper are. Fowey.—-Arriyed, the Gatcombc,. Jordan, troin Neath. Charlestnwh.—Arrived, the Mariner, Banks; Susanna, Johns; and Navigation, Ball, from Swansea.1 Pcntaiice.—Arrived, the Eagle cutter, having Under con- voy the Dispatch transport, with stores, for Milford the Btitsy, Fishley, from Falmouth, with copper ore forNcath; Richard, Eurse William and Mary^'Stockman'; Neptune,' Bealc; Two Brothers, Swaffija; June,■ Parker 5 Kide- ford, Wheatfield, all tor Wales; FaiTny^ OwCn, iroin Swan- sea; and Farnham, Chapman-, for Chepstow.. St'Ives.Arrived, the Speedwell, L(iggv ^9^ Swtiijsca, with coals-; and N'ancv, TiionVasj from Catdiif;. witli'iron. Sailed, the Joker, Thoinas; and Fle6t, Blackmore, botli for Swansea, in ballast, Pa,dstow.rArrived, the Francis, Steer, from Swansea ,Stert, Pettigrevv and Betsy, Harding, from Cardiff. Sailed, the Samuel-, Lovering; Tht«e Friends, Vincent; Jenqpher, Richards; Marv, Jones; Recovery, Foss; Ftiends, Uxbel; John and Matilda, Tonkin) "Brdthers, Edwards Mary, Jones Agnore, Lovet; IJniWd-Brothers. Richards; Industry, French; and Unions Burty all for.Swansea; Prince. Edward, Key, for-Cardiff;,Catherine, Coats* for Neath;. and Lively, Richards, for Chepstow;* LiverpooLr—Arrived, the i riendship, Fitzgerald, from Cannarlhen, with sundries; Olive, Owen, front Milford, with barley and Bee, Davies, from Newport, with pig iron. Cleared out, the pease, Merclianti.Jof Swansea.. the Lovely Betsy, Mann, from,Milford, with culm. The sloop Sally, Capt. Pearce, of and for Bideford, with slate, provujs Isaky, the Ctiptain was under the necessitv of running her aslio're at Bolcastle, last: we.ek, to 'sa\ e the. lives of his. people; and it being low water, she soon went to pieces. The brig Mary Ann, from Llanellv'to London,-with Ord- nance stores, was captured on the 27th hit. about two leagues' olf Beachy-Head, by a French privateer. In'tlieconfusion •of hoarding, the master arid •erew-scaped. to Shore in the enemy's beat's. "I The Sally, Curtm,: froni. Swansea; to Cork, with coals, is put into Kinsale, with damage. 'The Ranger, of 14 guns, with a convoy from Milford, ar- riyed at Piymputh on Saturday last.
FAST- I-N.PIES. E,rtract of a Utter from our Correspondent in London, eUited Wednesday evening, April 4. •• u Dispatches have this day reached the India- Ilonse from General Lake,captain!tig accounts of further Successes,, and as they cannot possibly ap- pear in the London prints before to-morrow, I send you a, copy thereof." Thes.e dispatches comprise: five letters from Ge- neral "Lake to the GGivprnor-G.eneraL .-The first, dated Sept. 4,1803, announces thexapture of Ally-. ghur, a fort hitherto deetnetliinpregvifcible^ and de- telJ,Qètl on allside¡),witkthc utmost obsti..„icy, hy assault. The Hon. Lteut. Col. Monson led the at- tack, with four companies of the 76th regiment, and the first batta-lion of the 4th regiment of native infantry-, under Lieutena-nt-Co!. Rrown-c, and a. de- tachment of the 17th native regiineut, under Cap- tain Bagshaw; Col.Hocstbrd, of the artillery, co- veritlg their advance by a heavy fire from batteries k>-situations" previously dctenoitied on. The troops approached the fori under a most, gaiiiog fire of rnnsqüetry and grape, and steadily persever- ed tiil their object was attained- :i!h.e- .GJqinmand^r in Chief warmly praises the exertions ot all the ofh- ectsal.d ineii "employed in the enterprise, as as the ineritorious conduct of-M:r.i>uc;u^ au oiliceir, a native of Great BrMa-in, who lately Quitted the set vice of Beindea, to against his country, and'who-undertook to lead Col. Monson to the gate, and point out :the roftd through the fort, wiiich he effected in the most gallarit manner. Mt; Eedroti, who commanded ill the fort, and was the otfly European in ther garrison, ;is a prisoner.— Capt.: Cameron, Lieutenants Fleming, Brow-ri, and Campbell, and Adjutant' Aubin,of the .7<»th reg. and Lieuteimnt j. 1 uttoh, of the- 4th native-infantry, with 41 men, were killed in; the attach. TherHoh: Lieutenaht-Coh Monson, Major Maqleo.^ Lieute- nant. Sinclair and Ensign Brown, of dIe, 79th reg; Lieutenant-Col. Brown,captain Berry, Lieutenant Andre,andEnsign Burgessyofthe 4th native infant try, Captain Bagshaw and-Lieutenant Bost^wen,, of the 17th ditto, Captain Shipton, of the artillery, and 1.58 men, were wounded.—-Col. Monson's wound is considered dangerous. Genend Lake's second letter is -duted .Camp b fore Delhi, Sept. 11, and states, that after a march; of 18 miles that morning, -he learned that the ene- my in great force, imdef Mr.1 Lewis,' had crossed the Jiimma from Delhi, with the intention of"a.t- tacking diiio. Jle immediately, ordered out the- whole line, attacked the enemy m front, under a tremendous fire from'a numerous and uncommon- iyweH-served artiUery, which caused considerable: loss 011 our side; and by a. eharge on the enemy at about 100 paces distance, forced thon rto a pre- cipitate. retreat, leaving in om- possession the whole of their artillery. The cavalry; pursued the fugi-. -lives to the Jumma, making a dreadtul slaughter, and numbers:: were drowned,in attempting to tross., "ives. further In a letter of the 12th, the Genend gives further 110 particulars" of the above victory, the consequences" of which were, the evacuation oft he city and forts of Delhi, and the dispersion of the enemy-in all directions. Between 5.0 and 60 of the enemy's guns had been collected, and many more Were et- peeled. The operattons -of. yesterday (Gen. L. observes) must ever -renect the highest credit oli ali descriptions of the troops rengaged; .and can- not fail of striking the enemy with a dread of; out ■trniy, and" prove to themV that-opposition to such superior discipline and cmtrage ts useless. The officers killed in this brilliant' and decisive action were, Lieut. HiU, 13th native cavalry* Lieut. Pres- ton, "15th" ditto, Lieut. Alder; and Capt. M'Gregor.. -^•Major Middleto'ny"'3d native cavalry, and Cornet Sanguine, 27th light ''dragoons,- were killed by the "effects of the sum "The wo-unded officers Were Gapt. Covell, 27th light dragoons, .Cornets Crowe and Mather, I'd native, -cavalry, Cornet Swindell, 3d ditto, Lieut. M'Donald, 76th foot, Lieut. Wrottesley, 2d "ditto, and Capt. Mathews, artillery .Major-Gen.-Ware received a very severe contusion while:advaTicing"Hvith the right wing.— The loss-pf "men is not stated. -THe' two other" letters from General Lake to the. Governor Generaliare dated Head-QuarterSy Delht, Sept. 15, and 17/and are-as tbMow v. » Bliy toitii,' Sept. 15. I have the pleasure to inform your Lordship that Messrs, Bou.rquain, Geslin, Gueriniiiier, Del, Per- roh, and J'^an Pierre yesterdayidclivered themselves up prisoners. They'reS'ide for the -p'reseitf^iNffcite fort unde^ fi- guard; I slitill, liowever, dispatch them iii a few days, under an escort to Futty Gh'ur, from whence they wilt embark for the Presidency. < I have the honour ? inform youf -Lordship, that I intend payiiTg my ftt&t visit "to his Majesty to- hiotrow riiol niiig. I have the honour to be, &c. ■ ■ G. Lake. •" My Lortv Sept. iT. I have the' honour "to inform yonr Lordship that "m consequence of the -hour fixed npon by ..his. Ma- jesty,I yesterday,attended by thechi<if officers of The army, waited"oh'hib Majesty at -his palace, in the fort". J Akber.Shah, his Majesty's eldest to my j -camp to conduct rnei His Majesty received me sfeated on his throne, when the presents were delivered, aJ14 thejorms usual on these eccassions were observed- His Majesty and his- whole court vytere unanimous in testifying their joy ;at the change that had taken place in their fortunes. I have the honour to ber &c. G. Lake.
Extract of a letter from the fleet off" Brest, dated ,"1V1u1T!i "30: An unfortunate business has taken place here the Magniiicent h-as fallen, on a sunken rock on the the coast "hear'the Blacfc Rotks; on perceiving 9 which, the .boats. of the: Colossus wefe imme- y sent o. assist iic-o diately sent :to, her assistikiic<?,;i 14hour, she wits all gone, her main-deck,guns in the water; Capt. Jervis, fearing, the sHip would upset off the rock, by which every man 611 board must have pe- rished, ordered the main, and mfeeri-masts to be ir cut away, and the people to make the best of their way into the boats, by which they all got safe from .the ship-: but, sorry f am to add,-three boats, unable to pull up, fell into the hands of the enemy,, who had a complete laugh at us. The "night beTorej we should'have succeeded in cutting out a corvette,had. not the wind come suddenlv to the westwardwbcll within a mile of her, whicfi was a sad, pity, for we certainly should have made a dashing business of it, as she was under cover of the batteries and three, gun-brigs, each-ot' which latter we intended to bring out. WeJive in hopes of another opportunity ot convincing the French- men that .their intended peace has only served to heighten the spirits of our British -tars, who will ever prove-themselves the pride of the nation. "Capt. Jervis and crew are" gone home in the colossus '(She arrived in Cawsand Bay on Sun- day last.)' Colonel Lasscells's corps of:tifl,.epen, forming a fine body of men to themumher ot'SGO, arri ved in this town on Tuesday last, froin Cardiff; and. will renmin on permanent dttty, for three weeks. General Gastoyne is expeeted in Sw msea in the course of a few days. ■■ ■ Capt. Roberts's company of the Sw tnsca lesion of infantry,' with their fie 1 art llcry on" their flanks, were reviewed this, day by Col., Warde, on Blackpiil Burrbws, and went thrlo ah, thcir thir- teen manteuvres entirely to the satisfaction of the Reviewing Officer, who xequested; Capt. Roberts to signify the stwue to the men.—This company, im- mediately after the review, volunteered to go on permanent duty for 21 days, in order to acquire greater mihtary-proficiency. We understand that the inspecting Field Officer of this qistrict has signified his. particular appro- bation of the exertions- of the Briton-ferry com- pany;' which, from being behind in discipline at -a iortAer-mspection, are now become, inferior to tione. ,x .-Tuesday last, the: Monmouthshire volunteers,, dop, strong, commiaxided fey Cokiiel Morgan, were' reviewed at Newport by Col. Sladden; who, after having seen them go through their different ma- noeuvres, expressed ins unqualified approbation 01 their discipline and soldier-like appearance, and requested that his thanks might be given to each individual of the corps, for, the pleasure-, afforded him iii being enabled to report them fit for imme- diate service.—These we're the sentiments of Col. Warde when he inspected the corps in January last.. Last week the Monmouth volunteers were en- tertained with a public dinner by their officers, in the true style of old EnglIsH hospitality, previou, to whichthey had a grand.field-day:in Chippenham, for the purpose of receiving their coiours,' present- ed to the former association-by her Grace the Du- chess of Beaufort. The Abergavenny volunteers, commanded by T. Morgan, Esq. of the Hill, near that place, have sig- nified their unanimous wish to be placed on per- manent duty, for the praise-wotthy purpose of be- coming efficient soldiers. The Hev. Francis Turner Bayly is instituted to the Rectory of St. Johu, the Baptist, and also li- censed to the Petpetual Curacy of St. Alda te, both in the city of Glocester, void by the death of the Rev. Mr, Stock. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Dungan-non has appointed the- Rev^.Samuel Steele^ of Chirk, his Lordship's donwsStic Chaplain. The Rev. johil Atcherley has been elected to the Cure of Astloy, Shropshire, held for many years by his late father; Thursday last Mr. John Burrow, butcher, of Here- ford, killed an ox of most extraordinary size—' his late father; Thursday last Mr. John Burrow, butcher, of Here- ford, killed an- ox of most extra^ordinaiy size—' weighing, when alive, no less than 3.192lbs. Tuesday morning, aS Mr. Light,-a respectable famier, who resided in the vicinity of Market-Dray- ton, -was proceeding on business to Newport, he met a waggon, loaded with coals, passing down -the street when he deliberately threw offhis hatr:«nd with a horrid resplution, precipitately laid hisfieadi between the wheels, which, notwitiistanding the Shunts and crie,s of two persons whb'sawr-him,cru-shT^ ed it to atoms, exhibiting a spectacle too shocking for description. As the waggoner was on the oppo- site side, he had no idea of the passing event, and the waggon continued its course for a hundred, yards before its driver was acquainted with what had happened. It is rumoured, that an avaricious dis": position, combined with a. recent disappointment m the purchase of a farm, instigated him to the commission of so dreadful an act. He was a .jman of very considerable property. It is somewhat remarkable, that within half an hour after our paper of Saturday se'mlight reached Llaugharne, containing the advertisemen offering a reward for the apprehension of Robinson, Captain Salfsapprentice, (whose committal to Carmarthen gaol we mentioned in ourlast) he entered the town to exhibit his panorama; and his person exactly corresponding with the description given of.him, he was taken into custody the same evening. He h.as undergone two examinations at the first he told the Magistrates a most absurd story of his having been live years on board the Barileur of 98 guns, 111 which ship, he asserted, (like a true disci- ple of Barrere, of notorious h/hi^ memory) he had ple of Barrere, of notorious h/hi^ memory) he had been taktn\)\ a French privateer, and sent to llome, where he served seven years-as a pastry-cook. He acknowledged that be once beloha-ed to the Flora, of Fowey, Athis second interrogation, he denied all he had before stated, and related another tale equally ridiculous with the former, prevaricating and contradicting himself at every period. Friday last the" landlord 01' the Queen's Head, in Chowbent, Lancashire, was murdered in his own house by a man, a reed-maker by trade, who, on the former endeavouring to turn him out, ran to a neighbouring butcher's shop, and seizing a knife, returned and plunged the same into the unfortu- nate publican's belly, which occasioned his imme- diate death. ■ Saturday, Elizabeth Rosser was committed to Glocester county gaol, charged with the murder of her bastard child. At Brecon x\ssizes, there were only two prisoners for trial, viz. Tlaiatah' Wranklin, charged with at- tempting a fraud on the Brecon bank; and John Thomas; charged* with stealing a quantity of .wheel-' spokes; but the Grand Jury did not find the bilks, and the prisoners were of course.discharged.—The woman, we are. informed, was ideiitifiedln gaol as having committed a forgery on the Ludlow bank; tho prosecutor, however, who was also the principal evidence.having since died, the prosecution ceased. Saturday last Stephen Price, alias Preece, con- victed, or sheep-stealing at last Hereford Assizes, was executed oh the platform in front of the coun- ty gaol, at that place, pursuant to his sentence. Copper Ores sold at TrurpoIlThursdây, the 29th of March. • Mines. Ton*. Purchasers.■ at per Ton. Wheal Iowan 106 Cheadl'e Co.- 12 6 6 ditto 100" ditto 10 6 0 ditto i'5 Rose Co. 9 17 6 ditto 69 Brass. Wire Co» 11- 8 6 ditto 64 ditto 6 10 6 ditto 60 ditto 11..1-1 (j ditto, 61 ditto 8 2 6 UnitedMInes 91 ditto ? 5 6 ditto 75 ditto 5: 3 & ditto 35 Ellg¡ishÇo. 8 16 <) Poldury 21 ditto* 4 9 0 St. George 71 Mines Royal 0 ditto 31 ditto- 9 9 0 Wheal Sqhire 63 ditto 12 0 6 Tons 937——^Standard 126 to 129. Ores sampled for saleou Thursday imt.at Redruth Dolcoath, -549 ton#—Tin çroft, 260.Cook's Kitchen, 194 —Whesd Fanay, 123—Cherry (garden, ô8-Coudur row, 54—Total 1248 tons. IRELAND. 'j Dublin, March 3'1.—This .d^y Mr. Sliaw was elect- edlVlenïber in Parliament for .this-city, in the room of Mr. J. C. Bereslord, with the most coidial una- nimity. A plan is under the consideration of Government for establishing a ftshery "on the coast of Ireland, for the supply of the London, Bristol, and other markets in England wilsh fish," and tof- extending the iisheries on evefy part "of the. Irish coast, both for home and foreign consumption-^ which will be of the utmost importance to cre- ate an additional nursery,of s'e^hen. The plot discovered in the King's county, appears to have been a miserable and" unavailing effort to seduce the people otice more to trespass on the peace of the country. The scarcity of cash, .particularly .silver, has cre- ated inexpressible inconvenience and distress in Dublin and various, other parts of Ireland., j
'Married. Tuesday last, at Lantrithyd, Glamorganshire, Mr. More Perkins, to Miss Henrietta Mathews, ot the same place. At Monmouth, Mr; -'1'homas Thackweli,- watchmaker, to Miss Roberts, both of that town. Mr. George Roberts, corntactor, .of Monmouth, to Misq Mary Pearcc, daughter of Capt. Pearoe, of the Monmoiiffi and ikecon nulitiB. At Batii, Sir John Keane, Bart!' to'Mrs. Crespigny, >vidow of tiie late Phiiip'Crespigpy, Esq-. v'died.. Sunday last, at her 4ioiase in Swansea, Mrs. Eaton, wife of Mr. II, Eaten, Collector otthe Customs at Llaneliy. At Trevor-Hall, near Llangollen, TrevorHoyd, Esq. ntifny years one 'of his Majesty's J^jstices of the Peace for the county of Denbigh. Mr'Eilis "Davies. of the Star-inn, B.angpr. Me, Jsmcs Lee, vratgh;«ak £ r,;Of Abw^aveiiny, Saturday last, in his gist year, "William Turner, E5Q. Belihom, near Bristol. Jomi Lawtoii, f,-q. of Liiwtor.-TIulI, Che'sliire.
MILITARY PROMOTIONS. 1 ft or Western Heghucnt tifGlaiwrgxn Volunteers. Capt- ;Cliri<t. Haacornr.-to -be AdjutsHX, xeta^iing his co-»»aany. L<ip-fcrti li-egimeitt of Cit.iiirtO)'<Zt!n j ciiunlccrs.—rra'ncis or. Jto be Captain, vice i ho*. Thomas, re-si^iicd. of Curmartheu Volunteer -InfantryJohn jJusheH,' (Jcj.it. to he Adjutant, vice Thsrtnas, rt*.«i^ned. 3d Buituli,.n cf Brcchwchhire- T'o!a,deers.~VV in. Waiters, Gent, to be Adjutant. Team- of Moi'-iiiouth. Volunteers—To be "Captains, Lieute- nants Rooert %il!iam?j Joseph Evan*, and tjtcphtjn-Oakley Attldy. lo-be Limtnuentf, Lnsigns Rich. Blakeinore and (aeo. Paihiee, and Tho. Davies, Gent.—Tci^ KtisimU, Tlio. Wanh-u, Tito. Evswus, ?V ni. Dawtvaiid Clias. Tyler, Gul1;. • --Kacport Artillery Comjí<1nj¡.Tuhnl\1cd,It.Yí_tJcnî. to be Iirst Lieutenant. HIGH WATER QN SWANSEA-BAH Tor the enduing Week: .Days. Morning. Evening. Height. II. 111. ir. AT. f. j. Saturday 3; .'>(3 4 '2 11 0 Sithday." 4 25 ■- 4 48 14 8 Monday- 5 9- 5 33 16- 10 Tuesday 'I 6 17 18 9 Wednesday 6 89 7 a 2i) -■ 4) TJuirsdai' 7 l 7 ?3 5J0' '3 Friday 7 47 9 g 19 g IHGII WATEl^ AT THE PASSAGES I -f«"" tiic. ensuing Week. Days. 'Morniug. ] Evening. 1 I II; M. B- M. Saturday 3 58 4 24 Sunday 4 47 5 10 Monday 5 31 .& .53 Tuesday 6 17 ..6 Hg Wednesday I 7 '1 7': 2't Thursday I 7 Q37 4$, Eriday 8 j 9 36 COUNTRY MARKETS. C SWANSEA. Wheat Gs. Id. Burley3W Od. Oats 2s. €d. [ per inchester bushel. CA it d 1 rf. Wheat 16s. to 18s. "per bushel of i>0 gallons. Barley 8s. to 8s. 6d. per jitio. Oitts, per bu.shel ot 3s. .gallons.. CowBRiDOE. WheatCs. Od. to 7s. B%r!ey 3s. JOd. to 3s. 2d. Oats 2s. to 2s. 2d. (3rey Peas as. 33qdiirg ditto 8s. to 9s. per bushel of 8 gallons. Bridoend. Wheat"6S. to.7S. Batiey Si. to 3s. 3d. Oats 2s. Od. to 2s. 4d. per" Winchester bushA'l. NEATH. Wheat 7s. 0d. tO"7s. 6d. Oats2?l 0d..to2s. 6d. per bushel. Barley'9k "Od. to lOs. Od. pes.bag, CARMAP.TriEK. WFieat7s.0d.- Barleys 3d. to £ s. 6d. Oats Is. 9d. per Winchester l»ishel.I^u- Hides 65 per lb. LLANHLY. Wheat7s. Od. to 0». Baileyjils. 94. to 3s. I 3d. per Winchester bushel. Cheese 21. 6v:psr.c'vvt. LANDO VERY, Wiieat, Q-. 0,1. Grey Peas, 5s. Od.—^per bushel 01" 10 gallons. LANhiLO. Wheat 8s. 3d. to 10s. 3d. Barley 4s. Qd. per bushel of 10 gallons. ■■ i, -Tenfey. \Vlie'at' 8s.- pei-'busbel-of -10 gallons. Barley 4^ Oats Is. lOd. per Winc-isest-er-bushel, v NARBtR-rn. Wh^ Os. Od. Barley gs. 5d,, Oats Is. lOd. per bushel of B gallons. IlAVERi-OTimvES«. Wheat 7s. to '8s. Barley 3s. to 3s. 6d. Oats 2s. to 2s. 8d..per;strike ot ten gallons. CahdJga'jj.- .Wheat 6s. 6d. Barley 2s. 3d. to 2s. 4jd. Oats is. 6d. per Winchester bushel. LAMPETER. Wheat 3d. to 8s, 3d. Bar-ley 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. Oats Is. lOd. to i's. Sdi per 'busliel. AuERvstwiTH. 'Wheift Ss. 4d. to-Os.- Barley 2s. 3d. Rye 4s. Od. Oats Is. 6d. Pease 6s. per busiud. BRECON. Wheat 8s; Od.' Barley 4s. Od. Pease ,5s. 6d. White ditto 10s,0d.—per bust,ei 01 10 gallons.Oars 6s. Od. per measure of 20 gallons. Clover Seed 7d. per lb. Hay; Wheat 6s. 4u;. to-7s. Od. per Ou.,iiei of.10 gallons. Barley 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. Oats. 2s- 6d. to 3s. Od. Pease 6s. to 6s. (id. • • MAciiYNr.i.ETH. Wheat 6s. 3d. Rye 4si 6d. Baiiey 3s. Pease 9s. Oats 2s. 6d. per bushel; Dolget.ly. Wheat6s. 4a. Barley3s.9d. Oats 2s. 6d. Oatmeal 6s. 4d. Wbexjiam. Wheat 7s. Od. to 7s. lOd. per bushel of 38 quarts. Barley 3s, tid. White PeMe 6s. 6d. NEWPORT, (MGnnMuthsItir'). Wheat 8s. Sd. Barley 4s. Od. Oats Sj". 6d. Beans 8s. Od. per bushel of lOgaiions. PcNTYpooL. Wheat 8i. to 8s.4d. Baiiey 4s. 6d. Oats. :35. 6d. Phsc 3s- 4dv pn bushel ,.f 10 ga\>s., Cukstue. Wheat(571b.) 6s.Gd. Barley,.3s. 9d. Oats 2s:7d. SHREWSBURY. Wheat, 7s. 3d. Barley-, 4s. Od. Peas, 6s. gd.-per buslifel of 38 quarts. Oats, 'as. bd.per cus- tomary measure of 57 quarts.' Hereforo. -W:heat, 6s. 3d. Bariey, 3s.4d. Oats.3s. 4d. Beans, -5s. Sd\ 'Peas, 5s; 9d.per customary niea- u sure of-10 gallons. WoRCt s ri-R. Wheat 6s. 4d. to Jlarley 3s. to 3s. Gd. lieans 4s. lid. Pease 4S. 10d. to-5s. 2d.—195 pockets of Hops were Wei this Market last -Satur- < -1 g day; prices, 51. 00s. ? o 51, 8s.percwt. Glocesikr. Whe.\i, best, 7s. 4 -secondr6s. Od. -third, 5s. 9d. Beans, 5s: Od." Cid,3s,4d., Barley, 3s. Od. Peas, 7s. 0d<—per. ciustoiiiary^- bushel of gallons. DEVIZES. Wheat 46s. »<? 56s. Barley," 23s. to S5s. Beans, 36s. to 40s. Oats, 20s.'to 24s. per quarter. Price of Leather at Brisld.—Paine C >■ y- ^d to } Dressing Hides" 23d. to 2id. Horse 11, s ^Od t< V Backs 20d. to 21d. Priine ""(Ilb dp 'is, to 2s- 8d. Welsh Stins 2s.~4d. to 2s. 7*d. • Price of Leather at Liverpool..—l.iiiht (ordinary lliaes yi>t. to 22d.Middling. 22d. to 22|d. Heavy. 2^d -Ha. Dressing Hides 22^d. to 24d. Horse ditM^SOdr to'• English Call.Skins, 401b, to oOHn per doz. 2s~ >j. u J J »„ 60il). to 8Qlb. 2s. 3d. to'2s. 7d. Irish ditto Is. tJd-. to J&. ud. LONDON MARKETS. MARK-IAM:, Amu, 2.. We had a large supply ot vVlieat'iUfer.tbb.day's Market,- which occasioned a-redUeliorf oi full Is.-per quarter. Bar- ley comes to handm abundance, btittkatrarticle, and. Malt, remain without anytaatenal Variarioh. Pease seii heavily. Beans coine sparingly to-Marketj hur arc not d. an?r. We have large arrivals ot Oa.ts, but tl\e ■deshaad being cunsi- deratle, prices are quite <ts high ^is fd2rt w/iiik«. -r" Current Prices of "Grate per 't^iutrtcf Wheat. 27"s to-55s 0d Poland* "1> to 25s 6d, Rye 28s to ,>ts Od |. White Pease .30s-to 36s0d "Barley.. ,19s to 24s Bd'T Grey_'do. 27s-to 3is Od Malt -IBs to 55s Od r Beaiis -V7s- to 32s 6d Oats 17s to 23s Od Tick do.. 2is to 29s Od L Price of FLOUR. Fine Flour, per sack 405 to 45s Seconds, per sack 35s to40» Average Prices in ENGLAND and WALES. Wheat.. 50s 7d Barley;. "23s 'fid:I"Beans 34s Id llje 32s lOd Oats;i' 20s 5d Pease- 35s llti ,> v Price of SEEDS. Red" Clover. -10s to 86s per cwt. White ditto 70s to 126s do. Trefoil 80s to 67s tlo.' Carraway 00s to TSt do. Coriander 16s1 to 20s do. Turnip 22rto 24s per busheL White Mustard Seed i. 8s to 9s. do. Brown ditto. •14s to 16s do. Canary. .f; & to. 7s do. Rye Grass • • _25s to 50s per quarter. ..Rape Seed -7 36l. to 391. per last. Price, of .MEAT—To sirik the offal, peT stone 8lb. S^MITilFrEI.D. NEWCA'te'LMDENHALt, Beef. 4s 4d "to 5s 6d Beet .ys 4^ to 4s 6d Mutton 4s 8d to 5«"8d Mutton 3S 8d to 4s 8d Veal 5s Od to 6s-4d i.Veal 3s 6d to 6s Od Pork 3s-4d to 4s 4d Pork & 4d to 4s 4d Lamb 7s Od. to. 8s 8d Lamb. t 6d to 8s Od Beasts at Smithlield, about L&'W—Shctp^ Lambs 7,500. .Price of TALLOW. Town-TallQw 00s (-ki to 71s 6d r' Russia do", candles. 00s' Od- t<* 72s -Od i Bo. soap* .yi..> OGsnOd to 71s, Od Melting SitriF 00»"od to 60s <)d Ditto rough Oft, Od to 42s Od Graves I (JOs Od to li?. Od Good Dregs. txte od-to lis da Yello\v Soap 80s. Od.—Mottled 84^J- Od-i-^Cttrd 88% Od, J'rice of Cahdles per doz.-lis, <}d.-TA'Ioulds.l2s. Od. Pricfi of LEATHER at. LE-A-DE Jv HALL. Butts, 501. to 361. each" .T. '^ld to .lM Ditto, 601. to-651. eacji 23d to 24d .• Mer-cliants' Backs. (jod to 21d t Dressing Hides 22d to 23d Fine Coach Hides-••••••••••••• 23f to 24iM ^Crop Hides, for cuttiiig.i.22d to-.2;5|d Flat Ordinary ,21d to. 2l|d Calf Skins, 30 to 401b. -peridoKe^ -28d to ,32d Ditto, 50-to 70lb. per doz.— 27d lo 33d •••• Ditto,-70.to 80lb gfd tol 30d Small Seals, Greenland, per lb.. 48d to "54d Large .ditto, per dc5z. -lOOs- to 1.50s Tanoed Horse Hide*.20i to Sis vacW
WEOTTMICAY, April A* Yesterday dispatches were received at the,, Ad- miralty from Lord Nelspiu A. report has been since very current in the best mforme.1 cycles,, that the French fleet, had made-their escape Irom Tou- lon,- and that his Lordship's dispatches contained an accpunt of this event.' Ths'reportis nut impro- bable as the Toulon-fleet was .ready tor »ea sume tinid agOyfimd only waited lor a iavoutabie moment. to elude the vigilance of our gallant Commander in the Mediterranean. If they tmve actually sailed,. Sicily, itis thought, is.their.destÍlH.ttion. Abetter from the Cape of Qo^d;Hope, d^tedDe- cember 30, speaks of a," greathu^tle occasioned there .by the embarkation of tr'Qfejisy the destination of r which is saidto, be Ba.ta.via, but supposed by some to be intended for an,-attack on Ceylon iu.conjunc- /t':&nwith Lmois. A Cutter bright.itf-. teUigence that Admiral Hartsinck might be daily expected, with five ships of the line. The inhabi- tants, however, were ardently wibhing for the ap- pearance of art English force. If the arrest, trial, and condemnation of the T)\jke ^o'Enghien, by' the orders of the tyrant who now. ^fulesin France, has' produced the-.sume honest in-, '"aigaatioa in other independent States, which it,has: ..Gone here, the first Consul will have no reasoh ul-. tiniately to rejoice in the success of his' diabolical Machinations. Such an outrage against the laws of civilized Ehrope, must excite the inclignation of every Sovereign* nor can their subjects feel indif- ferent to the question: If-free men are, with impu- • fc. to be carried away by force from their .habita- tion.s, and from the country which gives, them pro-: tection, and to the laws ol'which. they cure subject, there is air end to all order; safety, to every thing worth contending for by civilized men.. After this, we should not be surprized that the •first Consul should sehd'a regimeAt of dragoons' to seiee Mr. Spepcer.Smith at Stutgard, and carry: nim to Paris ;to be hanged as a. spy. Something; it has beeu threatened.. Should the. Dtike d'Enghien be murdered in pur- stance of the sentence passed or him, the people' Prance, yveary of the present restless and preca- rious state, will naturally be turned more strongly to the cause of royalty, from pity of the royal youth, his amiable qualities, and the truly tragic spectacle chance arid change in human iite" exhibited ln bis melancholy fete. By lus blood the senti- ment of loyalty will be revived and strongthened. The Navy-Board ha&jnstgiven orders lor twelve sWQps of war to be built wilh all possible dispatch. PRICE OF smrKS. Stock »■ 155 1 Long Ann. 00 Sper G Red. "oO Indi- istock 170. 5 per C. Coils; 5gX L.dia Bonds 1s..1 i!< dis. 4peV C. 08 Exehcq. Ldls; £ >ar. Is. prem. 5 per C..Navy, ggl O „nmo 00 dis. 6 per C. 1797 00 Lot lyTicfe* 171 lis.. Oil v ?