Anglesey Hunt. riihg Comptroller hopes to be favored JL with the Company of ihe Members, at the Bull's If end Inn, in Beaumaris,on Monday Even. 3d of November. WruLlA.W BOfcAELEr BUaHfifi, COMPTROLLER. platcoch, Oct. 21st, 1823. N. B. Balli oo Tuesday & Thursday Evenings. FURNISHED LODGINGS, Corner of Bath Street, Carnarvon. MRS. EDWARDS, REFLECTING with grafilnde on Ihe, de ciiled preference she has experienced from thp. liru families, in letting her Lodgings, re. spectfully announces, that she has fined up, with ornamental and useful Furniture, separate par- j lours, kitchens, and pantries, with two drawing- ronms, and five excellent bed-roouis, Any per- looor family desirous of lodgings for the Win-j ler, will be treated with on the most liberal terms. The House being situate contiguous to the Baths now erecting, affords superior advao- tages to the invalid. Plas Bowman, Oct. 22d, 1823. MONTGOMER YS HIRE. TO BE LET, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, AN EXCELLENT MANSION, situated npon the Banks of the Di.vey, near the Post Road from Shrewsbury to Aberystwith, distant 2 miles from Mallwyd, and 9 from Macb. julleth, called Dol-y-corslwyn, The House consists of an entrance hall, a dining. room, and drawing room, large ki'cheit, nash- house, pantry, IIfJd dairy. pood cellars and brew- botise. five lofty bed rhainhers,-and breakfast- room above itaire. with servants' rooms. Also a good fruit 8Qd 11 garden, with cow- house, slabliug for itise bois'-ii, large batn, t inl coach house. The Tenant may he wifh several articles of furniture, uow ii the S.ouse, ¡thO with fjt»-.pUly-il 11"( 1'1 acres. •. t The surrounding country abounds with giwle. and the nver J.>nvey is cgiebrat^d lor iis excel- lent Salmon aid Trout fishings The exclusive right of sporting over severai hundred acres, may be had, if desired. prr par ioulars, apply to the RBV, WILLIAM WILLIAWi. Carnarvon, or to Mr, H. HUGHES, ()/.1IIce thla. ^.Office, B.L. Albion Hotel, BANGOR. .1 THE under-mentioned Royal Mails and Post Coaches, arrive at, and depart from, the above HOTEL, daily. Royal Mail to Spencer's Royal Hotel, f-lo. lyhead, every Morning at 1 o'clock. I Royal illail to Spencer's BOllalllolel, fIo- lyhead. every Morning at 3 o'clock. Royal Mail to Pwllheli, Every Moving at 6 «»'cloek, through Carnarvon, and Clynnfl** iiiiti arr!Ves t the Crown aud An rhor (Oil, pwilheii, al II f> clock, and returns the name eveoiog 10 tilne fut (tie Chester and London Mails. Royal Oxonian Express Post Coach to London, fcverv Morning a' 1 o'floek, through CapdCurig, forwen Lla0g""e,^Ch,rk'Osw'38,ry'UrriveS at the Lion Inn, Salop, by S the same Evening, whpr* it rem»'"8 two hours, and then proceeds on I FNRTON. by »»>' »♦ Wolverhampton, Birn.it,R. h Onlorii, and 'he Bull and Mouth, BoTl'amt Mouth Street, London, by 8 o'clock the fttllowing Evening? IhlS IS the most Expeditious Travelling between Holyhead and London. By this Coach it is oplinual with the Passenger to sleep at Shrewsbury, and proceed on the next Morning by the UNION POST COACH. The Pilot Post Coach, Leaves the Goat Inn, Carnarvon, every Morning for the above Hotel, and returns in the Evening. Marquis of Anglesey Post Coach to Holyhead, Every FjVl"v 1 ?' 4 "'clock.aar! arrives atSPEN- ■CER'S ROYAL HOTEL ,ai 8 o'clock the same Evening. Royal Mail to Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester. Every Eve"'0? at 7 o clock, through Conway, Aber £ e'e' St. Asa", '!o'ywHl, and arrives at the Feathers l»n, Chester, the followiug Morn- ing at 4 o'clock. ing at 4 Coaelin teaw thsjnn daily to all parts of Co Ueliingdon- Royal$ia*l lo London-. „„ ij.-en-v'i-' 11 0'ci;u"k« 'brooch Salop, WolverhamfXO. ^rmmg.hau,, Cov*„,rv# st. A i- at tne 8 warn with two Necks', bans, iirect, in h",irs. Lai Line, V1-?* r Ffu i an to London. r '„nj TbiKsdilV Mornings, at sevien Kvery Mou: 1?), VfMVcrh«mpton, Bir- o clork, toro.u arrives ftt live Castle ;ihd mtngham. Cov, nu. jQ 3 Falcon, Aldct>g'i!e 'l,c THE ORIGINAL CHEESE WAR EHOUSE, China, Glass, and Earthenware Repository, SHREWSBURY. j T. broTCAS, GRATEFUL tor the dislioguUhed Prefe rence his Establishment has for many Years experienced, begs > inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public at iarse, he has just received his Winter Supply of Derbyshire, StalFor/isi.irf, and Gloucestershire TOASTING CHEESE, from (BE different Dairy Districts; also CHJO- DER, R I PFCRF AM, ST I LTON, BBRKELHY HUN- DRED, HO NVCOMBB.PA RMKSA N',N ORTH WILT- SHIRE, prime old CHB«HIHB, &c. of ihe finesi Flavour, of the richest Qualities, and sold on the most reallonable Terms. In his CHINA, -EARTHEN «V A RE. and GLASS ROOMS will be found an endless Varie ty of the newest Shapes and most approved Pat terns, in Table, Dessert, Tea. Breakfast, Toilet, and Ornamental Services, all of which he uni formly sellf at the Manufacturers' Prices,— DOUBLE TABLE SERVICES, of between 200 and 300 Pieces, of the improved Patent Iron Stone China, as low as Ten Guineas, and which for Du rabilitj is excelled by none. T, B, has also on Sale PATENT WINE GLASS BOTTLBS, Quarts and Pints, wwh double Necks and Shoulders; Stone Spruce-Beer Bottles, Sic. A great Variety of French, Table, Sideboard, Bracket, aud Hall Lamps. (;1r Patterns sent for Inspection to auy Part of the Kingdom, on the shortest Notice. Old Patterns of every Description match- ed with Crcs's, Arms, &e. to order. + T Credit ziuen to regular Families. A NEW ),. J.. <I L;,¡ n, ♦ SECOND EXP E R1 ME NT. A MONKEY—who shaving first tried 00 himself, And cutting his jowl-Ihe mischievous elf, ltesolv,(i to elibrace OI)t)ortliriily 1);it, And operate next on the heard of the Cllt! The placo of a mirror adapted to suit, There stood in :he room then a high polished BOOT, [n which WARREN'S ./?< of pre-eminet hue, DisplayM the fine forms of reflection to view.— Now SEIGIIIG poor PMSS, to the bright BOOT he bore her, The Monkey, her shadow then gleaming before her, And answered her struggles with chatter and blows, rIcr pÍli while he soap'd from her ears to her nose! The Cat, thus essaying in vain at resistance And mewing, in pitiful plaint, for assistance. Wiih wonder the same operation now saw Verforixild in, or shewn bv the Jet of tclal In front of the BOOT then, as if to explain it The method of shaving, bow best to attain it, Act iuterspersing with ,e,im and grimace, And Jpe dear'd the G<^ of each hair on her face! And strange though it seems, yet the frolicsome I etf- „ Was much more successful with I uss fhan him- self, The SH A VRR adroitly concluding his scraping— The SFIAV'I) Willt the loss of her es, ca j > i n S The MONKEY, in triumph, the- Parlour now sought, I Arid Cat and height BOOT to a company broughi, Who saw what this harlter had then been about, And haiI'd his essay with a rapturous shout Of rairthiul surprise the strange incident back- ing— The merits of WARREN'S unparallefd Blacking, 2 his Easy Shining and Brilliant B I (i c k- i n g PR UFA R-ED BY 30, STRAND, London; B Hvr.uns DK SMAN Beaumaris f> RO V HUE A » RoWftitTS ,] <> N T: s r. lUi t'lTH nodethrn.. ROBP.RTS Carnarvon OVVKN JONES Ito it r iLT F. Lr.ovi) I-A It It V- TUFFS Amlwch.ROBERTS ROYSSTON Holyhead., .TONES O W K ;V HUG HISS RtcuAitus Pwllheli. WILLIAMS Denbigh EOWARDS ? FORSYTÜ mead. ) lAaurwst,THOM AS EDWARDS Conieay GA RN EU ROBERTS JONES 1) It 11 R T i Yi c, H r, n A V I ES Si. slsnph.. D A VIus OWEN JIur.HEs ROBERTS I In! ywell.MORRIS f. iai,Saintf. WILLIAMS Bnla DA VIES Chester Poo LE And sold in every ,rovii if, II)e Kine(forn, LIQUID, in Bottles, 6d. iOd. I2d. & 18d. each. Also PASTE BLACK IN(i in Pols,6d. 9d. 12d. iild IS(l. et,ch. I hilling Pot of Paste is NJlIUlto Four Shilling Bottles of Liquid. (f:r Ask for IVAll REN's Slacking, THE Aberffraw Venison Hunt, WI LL take place on Thursday, the 30th of October, 1823. when the Comptroller hopes to be favored with the Company of the Friends of the Meeting.. To be Sold hy Auction, At Maenhvrog fnn. in the county of Merioneth, on Monday., the 3d day of Nor,ember, 1853. a! three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions, a LL that MESSUAGE or TEN EM 15NT and X*. LANDS,with the APPURTENANCES, CALLED CARREG-Y-ROE, G Situate in the parish of in the county-of Merioneth, in the holding of Henry Jones, Shipbuilder, as Tenant from Jear to year. ,t The above Tenement is delightfully st'ua'ed on the borders of Tra«*'fab«ch, anil possesses every convenience for ShipbuiidiuS- An uie ui Quay might-be built in front, at a very moderate e* pence, to whieh Vessels of considerable burl ien could resort. For other particulars, BPpJy 10 Mr; JOHN LLOYD, Solicitor, Pe Merionethshire, at who«e Office a Map of the Promises is left for inspection. TO THE High Sheriff OF THE COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. WWF", the under-signed, reqltest that you zoill cail a Meeting of the No- blemen, Gentlemen, Clergy, and Ftee- holders of the County of Anglesey, to con- sider of the expediency of opplying to Par- liament for an Act to continue the pozoet s of the Trustees of the -Hd Road, betzoeen Porthaethwy and Holy had. WM. PEA COCKE HO l/L A N 1)'-GIU I F1T1I II. WYNNK JONES J. SANDERSON H. HUMPHREYS J. l ">'V ■ i W. P. POOLE THOMAS EVANS 11. HERBERT JONES" EVAS WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIAMS J. JACKSON W. WYNNE SPARROW R. WILLfAMS II. ROWLANDS J H. HAMPTON In pursuance of the above Requisition, I do h'Tcbi/ appoint a Meeting oj the No- ILL (LlLen, Clergy, and Free. holders of the County of Anglesey t0 be held at the Shire Hall, tnthe 1 oxon of Beaumaris, on Tuesday, the Fourth day of S'ooetnber next, at the hour of twelve I I o'clock in the forenoon, for the purposes above mentioned. JONlS PANTON, ESQ. SHERIFF. Plasgzsyn, 21st Oct. 1823, ;<r'ott: -4!1'1 MINING INTELLIGENCE. COPPER ORE Sold at REDRBTII, on Thursday, October 33. MINES. TONS. PURCHASERS. PRICE. Wh Abraham 61 English Co. 3 12 6 ditto 49 Williams, Grenfell fij" Co. Si Crown Co. 3 1 6 ditto 4 dUto 6 10 6 \Vh. Chance Ditto & Daniel Co. 2 6 6 'ditto 23 Mines Iio$al, Bir- mingham and Free- man Co. 6 7 6 IVh Sarah 30 Fox, Williams, Gren- fell Co 10 0 ditto 18 Williams, Grenfell, Co. and Crown Co.. 3 12 6 Outfield 41 Vivian and Sons 3 15 0 Crenver 38 Daniell, Sin, and Ne- vill 4 9 6 ffh. BllSY 98 Williams, Grenfell, & Co, and Crown Ca. 3 10 0 ditto 96 ititit) 31 0 ditto S5 ditto 3 3 0 ditto 66 dilto. 8 7 6 ditto 2 Fox, Williams, Gren- l' fell, and Co. 2 I 6 XVh. Butler 12S Williams, Grenfell, ty Co Sf Crown Co.4 14 6 d3lt( 100 Birmingham, Co. 5 9 0 If. Beauchp. 51 Williams, Grenfell, Co. fy Crown Co, 5 9 0 r,owe.y Cons. 88 Vivian and Sons ? 6 6 ditto 85 Danielt, Son, and Ne oill 6 10 0 ditto 79 Viiiian and 615 0 tV. Speedwell 114 Freeman and Co 7 6 6 ditto 43 ditto 8 13 6 Penb. Crofts 37 W illiaths, Gren fell, Co ana Crown Co, 3 10 0 ditto 36 Birmingham Co. 7 2 6 Et. Wh. Cock 72 Do and Vivian fy Sons 6 8 6 lfit. Bblidn 58 Danieil, Soh, and Ne- vill 5 5 0 If h Trahnack 54 ditto. 5 4 6 IV.1$.Fortune 50 English Co 3 3 0 Jt'.lVh, 1 If red 47 Mines llóYát Co. 6 10 6 Binnir Downs 30 Danieil, Sdhi and Ne- Vill 4 II 0 Tolail 829 Tons.—Sttodafi lis,
LONDON. SA TUll DA Y, OCTOD En 25. Bayonne, Oct. 17-W, have received the following from Madrid, Oct. i'2 Nior that the burst of enthusiasm by vhe King's Declaration is pas. sed, people begin to form conjectures on the system which his "Majesty thinks to follow. The Constitutionalists of bot h parties are alarmed those who chink themselves too much implicated in the system of the Constitution are hastening to quit the countrv others are compel- led to do so by the King's orders so that 71 the number of persoifs proscribed in this capital is estimated at 4,000. Great preparations are making for the reception of the Royal Family; the num- ber of troops stationed on the road from Seville to Madrid amounts to 20,000 men -French and Spanish Iloyalists-wiio will escort the august traveller, and pre- vent any attempt from the Constitutional guerillas of Andalusia and La Mancha; but little uneasiness is felt on their ac- count the most is caused by the troops of Jialhtsteros, whose conduct has been seriously blamed by King Ferdinand. Their Majesties and the Royal Family were to leave Seville on the 12th or 15th at the latest, accompanied by a brilliant suite, rhe King daily transacted busi- 0 ness with his first Minister, Mr. Saez and his Counsellors he had frequent private interviews with the Duke of Angoulotne, for whom he shows the greatest attach- ment he had given several to the Rus- sian and Austrian Ambassadors; the Prussian Ambassador did not see the Monarch so much and the English Am- bassador had not arrived from Gibraltar. Several Decrees were preparing, but they are not to be published till the result of the order is known, which has been just sent by the King to the Constitutional Commanders of the fortresses, especially tbpçp in Catalonia, respecting whom some appt'clit.trSi"«!^ef ai-e tfotwrtaim'd — Lopez lianos, and the Etnpecinado had obtained, on the 30th, some advantages over Qiiesada in the environs of Truxillo. The first of their decrees grants a general amnesty, put in the Neapolitan manner; a great number of individuals, who have Hded a prominent part in the Constitu- tional Government are outlawed, and many others condemned to exile, or to punishments more ar less severe. Among the former are the leaders of the insur- rection in the Isle of Leon in 1820; all the violent Deputies, and some political Chiefs. Riego, therefore, would be sa- crificed. A second Decree orders the pacification Of all the Civil Authorities and the sup- pression of the Constitutional army; no officer shall be admitted into the Royal army til,l he shall have purified himself (purificado) in one of the Councils of War, which shall be formed for that pur- pose. A third Decree expels from the Spanish dominions all foreigners, of whatever na- tiou they may be, who have taken part in the Revolution, or supported orserved the cause of the Revolutionists, A fourth Decree convokes the ancient Cortes of the kingdom, and fixes the mode ot election. A fifth gives splendid recompences to the French Generals, but it is said that the Prince has returned to Paris. The publication of these Decrees is de- ferred, in the expectation of receiving every moment the answer of the Consti- tutional Chiefs who have not yet sub- mitted. A Spanish brig was to sail on the 4th or 5th from Cadiz to the Balearic Islands, and if the answer of the Constitutional- its is not satisfactory, a part of the French squadron will be sent (here. The French troops will be sent thither after their sub- mission, as King Ferdinand will not hear of his soldiers. Report still speaks of the speedy re- turn of 40,000 men to France; the Royal Guard will go first. Nearly an equal force will remain in the Peninsula. Ballasteros and his army are now no- thing to stop the torrent of absolute pow- er, aud Morillo very little this latter is not absolutely in disgrace, but Gallicia is dissatisfied at the exaction of the an- cient imposts; such as the Voto of Saint Jaco, the tithes, &c. No province loses so much as Gallicia, by the overthrow of the Constitution. The King's Minister is much embar- rassed how to procure money; a forced loan is talked of. I Madrid, Oct. 10.—The dawn of peace an i happiness did not long beam upon unhappy Spain the Decrees of the King of the 1st aid 4th of this month, have spread consternation amongst all classes in Madrid, npt excepting even the Monks mid mos; (leaded Royalists; but the worst i* to < o V!f*ady the Inquisitions are j;pre.psiv., J, fo?fWr D;es ot^moF^ rigoreos nature are expected, rnnori^t others one for a forced contribution of twenty millions of reals to be levied upon Madrid, and the exile of numbers of the Nobility of Spain, and the confiscation of their property. Among the names cited to be denounced for banishment are, Marquis d' Alcauizes, the Marquis de Santa Cruz, the Marquis de Villainings, the Marquis de Villa Pa- terna, the Count d' Altimira, the Duke d'Abrantes, the Prince d'Anglonar and the Duchess de Benaventa. There is also a report of the general disbanding of the army, which will reduce thousands of officers to despair and mendicity; finally, there are no expressions sufficiently suit- able to pourtray to you the deplorable slate into which we are plunged by the perfidious Councillors of our Monarch, who appear resolved to conduct him di- rect to the precipice, and to plunge the country into an abyss of evils; and it is at a moment when Lopez Banrrs has yet 6,000 in Estremadura, when Morillo ex- ercises great influence in Galicia, and when Mina firmly maintains his position in Catalonia, that such measures and de- crees are adopted and promulgated. By this system they drive to despair all the Constitutionalists for perish if we must, say the most indifferent and least cou- rageous of them, it is better-to perish arms in hand than to receive death on the scaffold. The occupation of the fortresses of St. Sebastian, Painpeluiial and Cadiz, by the French army, is another subject of discontent on the part of the Royalists, who fear (without any ground, in my opinion) that they will alway retain them. Tut; oilicciis of the of Ralla^steros observe no reserve on this subject, and say openly, absurdities which I will not venture to repeat, so repugnant are they. It is notorious that the King does not live in harmony with the Prince Gene- ralissimo. His Royal Highness desires that his Majesty would accomplish his promises, and throw a veil over the past; but Ferdinand inexorably persists in be- ing an absolute King, and in governing according to his own good pleasure and hope vainly seeks for some means of open- ing the eyes of Ferdinand, or of inspiring him with moderation—May the councils of wisdom and experience penetrate the heart of our King, who may compromise for ever the fate of Spain, and involve himself in a labyrinth of sorrows, per- plexities, and disasters The King makes a devotional sojourn of nine days at Seville he has exiled the Duke Medina Celi for declining to follow him. It is said that the French troops have not entered the town of Cadiz, in which the most complete anarchy reigns, that the members of the Constitutional Government have been arrested, and that the majority of them had taken refuge in the fortress of St. Sebastian. 0 The number of persons who, in con- formity with the decree of the 4th inst. must leave Madrid, is estimated at 15,000. and they form the flower of the capital. The municipal authorities have published an outlawry register (un ban,) and each hastems to obtain his passports it is an afflicting spectacle, of which no one can form an idea.-All the exiles seek a re- fuge in France. Letters have been received this morn- ing by the regular mail from Gibraltar, bearing date the 2d inst. Although these are not so late as the advices from that port brought by the Sappho, which left Gibraltar on the 4fh inst. yet as they convey the intermediate dates, their ar- rival has been looked for. They are, however, exceedingly barren of political intelligence. Under date the 2nd, we learn that tlie Duke del fnfantado, with some other noblemen, had been detained j by a band of robbers in the vicinity of St. Mary's, while taking a walk, and plundered of what property they had about them. No insult was however added, and having given up theil- money, &c. they were allowed to proceed. We understand that the differences be- tweeu Russia and the Ottoman Porte are, at last, amicably settled. Our informa- tion merely enables us to state the fac,1 but not the particulars of an arrangement, which, from the many difficulties it pre- sented, had been considered as utterly hopeleis.-Pitblic Ledger*
DREADFUL S. E.NE. WORUIlP.STREET.-On SAIONL-IY Ann Cohen, an interesting looking female of tlie Jewiih |>er^- suasioll. was brought before R. Esq. chargfd wi.t) siealing a stuff ,;i>«i<, value 2s. 6d. the property of Martha hn<) Ambrose Biailley, I pawnbrokers, in Brown's lane, SpitalfieIds. Martm Sutton, the shitpninn, proved, that on Friday night, about half-p3st sevtm o'clock, the pri *oner caine into their shopi and pledged a gowu for 6il, v, t, jiim attention appearert -rr»~lie en^ed Srj-.i«he <oi>t tn» other .gown off the ■>»)> aim osrt of ih 40v ■» with it under her aru. He pursued her and orought her back. Mr. He v i 11—What havt you to say? Prisoner — I did do if, Sir, and 1 am very sorry for it. Mr. Bevill-Yes, hot your being sorry now can he no excuse for sn act like this. Prioner-No Sir. your observations are very just but have mercy on me this once, and t will neller do such an act again. Mr. Bevili—I cannot overlook an offence like this. Prigoner-O do, Sir; depeod on it I have been much injured by it. Mr. Beviii-i(ij,lre(i I don't understand you. Prisoner—1 have injured my inside ever since. It was distress which drove me to the act. Adams, the headborougti, then said, when I searched the prisoner I found in her pocket 63. 6d. Mr. Bevili —I cannot assist you I must send you to t ike your trial. Prist)iter-O d,)I)'L Sir, cii!ivqifler I hhve ftit)r children; what will become of Ihem: It Wa, distress,'indeed; I had to make op rent. The prisoner was (hen taken <0 he Lock-np- room behind the OfTIce, wtwre s!ie was left alone, and the witnesses weut up stairr to have their depositions taken. Fortunately for the prisoner the depositions were soon concluded, and Mr. Bayles, the cierk, sent an officer to hrlfl the prisoner, in order that he might read them over in her ;>resei»ce.—Ac- cordingly Kennedy, the police officer, proceeded ul) iie a!t(i, o,t ol,eitinir the (itor, a dreadful scene was fXtHhhed. The ¡,HHr woman w;is lying on the fl-tor, with a half-handkerchief put twice round her neck, with the ends pulled with her hands, which seemed nerved in the ago- nies of death. Her face was swollen, and as black as iuk, and the blood was issuing from her nose and mouth. Kennedy very promptly ex- tricated her from the folds of her handkerchief, which force had drawn as ti^ht as a cord, but 'he signs af lift) had fled, and it was some time he- fore she oreathei. A surgeon was sent for, aisd Mr Thomas, of Shorediicn, left a number of patients at his house, and ran lo her assistance. She was hied, and, afier bleeding same times, she spoke in a sofi and melancholy tone, My poor a*j-i after a each time, My joys :•»- 7*4/'poor' tjaws '01 me 50 to my poor babes!" Where am 1 0 my poor babes Mr. Bevili, with all that humanity which ever characterises his conduct as a M<eis<r3ie, ordered every attention to the wretched woman. A bed was provided in the adjoining public-house, two females were engaged to attend her, and Mr. Thomas was unremitting in his efforts to restore her. Having taken her iatt) the publicholJse an- other most extraordinary scene was preieiiied.- There were three respectable women, who were waiting in the parlour, respecting some assault warrant at the office, and on seeing the woman with her big swollen and black face, and having heard that she had strangled herself, it had such ao effect that, they all three went immediately into hysteric 6ts. The confusion which ensued, tbeir shrieks, the struggle of persons to hold theoa in the presence of this victim of despair, presented A scene which may be better uaagiued than de- scribed. She had before refused to give her place of residence, but on being asked by Mr. Bayles, who told her a person should go and bring her children; she said, They cannot come, they are not dressed." She said her maiden name was Ann Cohen, but her husband's naote was Joseph Simons, and that she lived in Arrow alley, Petticoat. laae-11 Mioe,"ghe added," is a wretch. ed home, but it cootains my poor babes." Joshua Armstrong, the officer, was dispatched to Arrow alley, and 00 his return stated, that on eoteriog the wretched habitation he found a man and three children almost naked, and in a state of starvation, sitting on a basket leaning over the dying embers of a miserable fire. "W heo," said the officer 10 the man, did you see your wife last?" H ( have not seen her since last night," and pointing to his forehead, as if inti- mating she was not always in her right senses, I am afraid something has happened to her. Armstrong asked if she weut out with money ?- "Money," said the poor mao, "none, look at our distress;" and he casi his sunken eyes around his room. The man was then conducted to ihe pirt>li<>house, and was introduced into the rootn Where lay reclined on a bed the partner of bit woe. He looked at her aud looked again; he did not kioow her, and it was no wonder; the pretty sparkling dark eye and the interesting small featured countenance of his wife were no more.- Her face was still swollen to a great size and black, and her eyes seemed bursting from the sockets which contained them. The husband exclaimed 6, Is/hat my wife?" The poor woman ai firsi opened her eyes, and cast 011 her husband « melancholy look. She endeavoured to speak, but her feelings barrell her utterance, and she closed her eyes and sank into a swoon. We uis'tetstaovi this family have seen better das, and had had left them, sumi:' t!fIle flj!;O, th. bundled pounds, but through misfortune, and chiefly thu of one undutiful son, they have run through it all* and the motiier was brought to 14 B."ft 'he brink of ¡1eSlflwti,lII. Towards the evening she became better, and by Mr. Bevill's humane directions, she was re- moved to 1 tie Londou Hospital. Itste nedshe wris I)re,-nailt, and tilere i, still so,-I.,e tioubt ,t lier recovery. It is almost unnecessary to add, after detailing the benevolence and humanity which wore ev- cited in (his pour woman's behalf, that !he riU- secutiu,i wdi abaii(lotied by all I;iii tlei.
ORANGEMEN. — Forty-five thousand nine hun- dred and sixu-tive Orangemen have subscribed, before Magistraies, to the oath prescribed by the late Act^Dublin puper.