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Nowill & Byrch, Jewry street, Aldgate, stationers Taylor J. Monk Wearmouth, brewer (Blakeston, (Lee & Townsend, Southwark
Symond's Inn, and Hinde, Bishop Wear. Oakley T. P. Ealing, brewer (Vincent, Bedford st. mouth Bedford row
Thompson J. Wheathampstead, wine merchant Pollock R. & J. Wakefield, woolstaplers (Parry, (Willis, Luton, Bedfordshire Lincoln's Ion
Tovee W. Exmouth str. builder (Rose, East str. Prior G. Cirencester place, Finsbury, cilman
Red Lion sq. (Carleton, High st. Mary.le bone
Twynam T. Plymouth, Flour Factor (Addington Ransom T. Chcapside, lace manufacturer (Mitcheli & Gregory, Bedford row & France, Cornhill
Walker R. Bristol, shoemaker (Hinton Raven J. Cheapside, warehouseman (Sweet, Walker N. Dover, brewer (Loddington & Hall, Stokes, & Carr, Basinghall st.
Temple Ratray J. Finch lane, Cornhill, stockbroker Walter A. jun. Croydon, trunk maker (Holmes, (Pownall & Co. Copthall court
James st. London Reynolds W. Bristol, soap maker (Poole and Ward D. Sutton, Southampton, victualler, (Hamil. Grenfield, Gray's Inn
ton, Berwick str. Richards G. Sherrard str. silversmith (Palmer & Warren W. Fenchurch st. victualler (Aldridge & France, Bedford row
Smith, Lincoln's Inn Roberts J. W. College hill, cheese factor (Pitcher Watson E. Withero, Lancashire, corn dealer (Ro. & Co. Swithin's lane
bert, Great St. Helen's Rogers B. Ashton upon-Mersey,corn dealer (Milne Whitby & Withington, Clement's lane, brokers & Parry, Temple
(Low & Co. Hare court, Temple Rouse W. Poplar, rag merchant (Russen & Sou, White J. Falmouth, mercer (Young, Falmouth; Aldersgate st.
Reardon & Co. Gracechurch st. Rowed J. Harp lane, dealer (Reed, Mark lane Whitebrook W. IIungerford Street, victualler Rust W. Sheffield, merchant (Wilson, Greville st. (Pasmoie, Warnford court Hatton Garden
Whitford J. Ilolborn, coach smith (Abraham, Salter & Co, Yeadon, clothiers (Atkinson & Bol. Marlborough street lard, Leeds
Whitmore W. Holland street, Blackfriars. cord Sansum S. Nailsworth, clothier (Clarke, Bishops. wainer (Parnell, Church st. Spitalfields gate street.
Wilcox R. Strand, woollen draper (Hurd and Sawyer, Tobler, & Cumberledge, Leadenhall str. Johnson, Temple
merchants (Weston & Co. Fencharch st. Wild J. Rochdale, dealer in glass (Baltye, Chan. Scholey R. Paternoster row, bookseller (Abbott & Viveash, Mark lane
Wilkinson, lIorne, & Wilkinson, Cheapside, ware. Scotford T. & J. Blackfriars' road, brewers (Rich. housemen (Sleel, Bucklersbury ards & Medcalf, Chancery lane
Willia:ns W. Amen Corner, bookseller (Smith & Shelly M. Union str. Whitechapel, hosiei (Lang, Co. Basinghall st America squ.
Williams T. Liverpool, chinaman (Ward Burslem Singer S. Kensington, haberdasher (Dimes, jun. Wilson J. Rathbone place, Oxford str. bookseller Hatton Garden
(Nind and Cotterell, Throgmorton st. Sivrac C. Wilmot str. mariner (Rivington, l'en. Wilson T. Morton, grocer (Anstice and Wright, church buildings
laper Temple Snugs J. A. W. Lime st. spirit merchant (Chap. Wood J. Saddleworth, Yorkshire, cotton spinner
man, Stevens, & Wood, Little St. Thomas (Clurke & Whitehead. Manchester Apostle
Woodroffe J. Commercial road, furniture broker Soane G. Margate, printer (Lewis, Clement's Inn (Townson, Ratcliffe Spreat J. Exeter, grocer (Darke & Co. Chancery Wyatt J. Hinckley, baker (Lolen Jane; Mortimer, Exeter
Yates J E. Shoreditch, pewierer (Cartwright, Stead T. Blackfriars' road, draper (Farren, Thiread Bread st. hill needle st.
Yorke R. Ficet Market, butcher (Shepherd, Bart. Syder G. Homerton, dealer (Sandys & Co. Crane lett's buildings court, Fleet st.
Youlden S. Brixton, Devon, merchant (Brucking, Talbot W. George yard, Lombard street, merchant Dartmouth.
(Richardson, Clement's lane
ADCOCK J. St. Mary Axe,
druggist, Nov. 24 Aldred J. Chertsey, grocer, Nov.
28 Alexander T. Hurstbourn, vic.
tualler, Nov, 24 Allen J. B. Leicester, trimming
maker, Dec. 1
chant, Nov. 14
maker, Dec. 4 Ashton J. Tower st, wine merch.
Astell J. Leicester, butcher, Bell & Snowden, Leeds, drapers,
banker, Nov. 21 Banks J. D. Stonehouse, ship Bishop C. High str. Southwark, builder, Dec. 1
draper, Dec. 5 Barker T, C. Marlborough, dra Blackmore E. Henrietta str. tai. per, Nov. 30
lor, Nov. 21 Barlow & Gregory, Sheffield, iron Borsley J. Hanway street, cord. founders. Dec. 14
waiper, Nov. 28
Brodie J. Ingram court, merch.
Broom W. Liverpool, dealer, Goodrich W. Daventry, wind Lyne G. Cecil st. tailor, Nov. 21 Dec. !
merchant, Nov. 28
Maltby R. Mortimer st. scrivener, Brown E. Bradford, clothier, Goodyere T. Aldersgate str. hat
Dec. 5 Nov. 27 maker, Nov. 21
Manby N. and J. Woodbridge, Brown W. A. College hill, mer. Gore S. Y. Bishopsgate str. ha.
millery, Dec. 8 chant, Nov. 24
Marsh, Dean, Westbrook, and Browning W. St. Mary Axe, wine Gower J. Brook st. wine merch. Dean, Reading, bankers, merchant, Nov. 14
Martin T. Chichester, collar Bryan W. Birchin lane, merch.
Granville A. Plymouth, merch. maker, Dec. 15 Nov. 14
Martin J, Altresion, shopkeeper, Bulley C. C. Cornbill, broker, Gray J. Billiter sgu. silversmith,
Dec. 12 Dec. 1
Masterman R. C. Falmouth, ma.
Mewes J. Birmingham, grocer, Castle T. Chatham, rope maker, Grisbrook G. Sloane terrace,
Nov. 25 Nov. 24
draper, Dec. 1
Mockett J. Isle of Thanet, farmer, Cholders R. George str. Oxford
Harper & M.Whinnie, Snow's Dec. 3 road, victualler, Nov. 21
fields, blacking makers, Nov.21 Moffatt R. Manchester, merch. Clarke S. Fring, dealer, Dec. I Hart G. Norwich, ironmonger,
Dec. 16 Collins J. M. Newton Abbott, Dec. 5
Noble J. Bucklersbury, merch. maltster, Dec. 14 Hartley J. Manchester, grocer,
Oct. 10 Collins J. Gosport, grocer, Dec. 1 Dec. 2
Nicholson T. Colford, maltster, Cooke & Brennan, Strand, music Higgins w. Newport, hosier, Dec. 11 sellers, Nov. 94
Oliver P. Catdown, Plymouth, Cox M. Edgeware rond, toyman, Hill J. Bradwell, baker, Dec. 5 ship builder, Nov. 23 Dec. 12
Hockley & Hall, Brook st. Hol. Orme W. Borough, distiller, Croucher J. H. Great Alie street,
born, jewellers, Nov. 14
Nov. 10 beer merchant, Nov. 21
Holden T. Manchester, tailor, Parker W. Whitechapel, oilman, Currey J. Wells, lallow chandler, Nov. 18
Nov. 21 Dec. 19
Holland S. Liverpool, merchanl, Parker J. Mortimer street, gold. Curtis & Hall, Throgmorton, st. Dec. 1+
smiti), Noy. 21 merchants, Dec, 1
Holmes F. Vere street, merchant, Pitcher J. Back road, bricklayer, Danson T. Liverpool, merchant,
Nov. 4 Nov. 19
Holmes, Ilarris, & English, Long Pcuthonier F. Clerkenwell, dis. Davidsou J. Leadenhall st. mer.
Acre, coach makers, Nov. 28 tiller, Nov. 10 chaut, Nov. 17
Hooper B. Fenchurch street, sta. Powell P. M. llastings, librarian, Davis R. Bond st. tallow chand
tioner, Nov. 26
Dec. 8 Jer, Nov. 24
Hooper W. Tenbury, maltster, Price W. Minories, grocer, Nov, Dixonson J. Dewsbury, draper, Dec. 3
28 Dec. 17
Hopkins W. Aldersgate street, Prior S. Cambridge, tin plate Dodsons II. & J. Southwark, hop
cooper, Nov. 14
worker, Dec. 12 factors, Nov. 21
Horneman II. F. Queen Street, Purday T. bookseller, Margate, Dowdall J. Dartmouth st. carpen.
Cheapside, merchaut, Dec. 19 Nov. 21 ter, Nov. 28
Jackson G. jun. Bishopsgate Rains J. S. Wapping Wall, mero Dowley T. & J. Bankside, corp
Without, surgeon, Dec. 5
chant, Nov. 14 merchant, Nov. 24
Jacobs & Hayward, Woodbridge, Rance H. Worcester, draper, Dry J. High-Ercall, tailor, Nov.21
merchants. Dec. 4
Nov. 16 Dutton T. King str. Cheapside, Jones S. St Paul's Church yard, Randall W. Leeds, merchant, warehouseman, Dec. 5 silk mcrcer, Dec. 19
Nov. 25 Elgar W. Maidstone,
Kellys, Strand, sadlers, Dec. 19 Reynolds & Kendall, White. Nov. 17
Kendrick F. Holborn, diaper, chapel, wine inerchants, Nov.28 Ellis J. A. Yarmouth, inakecper, Dec. 15
Robinson G. & S. Paternester Dec. 1
Kent E. & F. Mark lane, wine row, booksellers, Nov. 7 Ely J. Blackfriars' road, brewer, merchants, Dec. 19
Rose S. Swansea, dealer, Nov. 16 Dec.) Kent T. London street, Ratcliffe,
Rush H. Field Dalling. grocer, Evans E. Macoyrhin, timber
mealınan, Nov. 24
Dec 15 merchant, Nov. 27
Kilshaw E. Lancaster, soap boil. Sanderson R. Achlam, farmer, Evans J. Tottenham-court road,
er, Dec. 10
Nov. 16 linea draper, Nov. 24
Kincaid D. Spital square, silk Seager S. P. Maidstone, dealer, Fairlamb J. Goswell str. Persian
merchant, Nov. 28
Nov. 17 manufacturer, Nov. 7
Kingscott D. Bath, baker, Dec. 7 Sewell R. Piccadilly, nerchant, Fell J. Ratcliffe, ironmonger, Knapp J. Talbot court, victualler, Dec. 5 Dec. 19
Sherwood W. Liverpool, soap Fisher W. Union place, Lam- Lane T. Godalming, butcher, boiler, Dec. 1 beth, mariner, Dec. 5
Slater J. Market s:reet, brewer, Fowler J. Birchin lane, broker, Law W. Copthall chambers, mer. Dec, 19 Nov, 14
chaut, Dec. 5
Smith J. Tabernacle walk, tin. Furlonge M. Lloyd's Coffee
Lawrence J. Houndsditch, dra. man, Nov. 10 House, merchant, Nov. 24
Smith W. Beersforris, lime burnGall B. jun. Woodbridge, draper, Lester T. llatton garden, hard- er, Dec. 5 Dec. 4 * wareman, Nov. 14
Snow J. Derby, joiner, Dec. 7 Gillam & Weaver, Bedwardive, Lister J. Netherlon, merchant, Snugg: J. Henrietta str, mercer, draper, Nov. 16 Nov. 16
Dec. 19 Glover D. Gutter lanc, inerchant, Lloyd W. jun. 'Thames str. slop- Stanton J. Strand, apothecary, Nov. 10 seller, Dec, 12
per, Nov. 28
Swainson J. East Smithfield, Turner J. Hemel Hempstead, Wickstead J. Shrewsbury, starcb merchant, Dec. 1 corn dealer, Dec. 4
maker, Dec. 8 Tabor R. W. Golden sq. plamber, Velvin J. Bradford, clothier, Wilkinson J. New Bond street, Dec. 8 Nov. 25
banker, Nov. 21 Thomas R. Helstone, grocer, Utring J. H. Norwich, upholder, Williams W. Limehouse, victualNov. 24 Dec. 7
ler, Dec. 5 Thompson C. Bishopsgate, mer Walker D. bookseller, Holborn, Wilmot S. R. Bristol, brewer, chant, Dec. 5 Nov. 21
Nov. 30 Thompson E. Durham, farmer, Walker R. S. East Smithfield, Wilson J. Shrewsbury, draper, Nov. 30
colour manufacturer, Dec. 12 Dec. 8 Thompson J. P. Newport street, Warrington N. High st. Nov. 94 Woods W. Crawford str. draper, engraver, Nov. 7
Webb T. Wellington, innkeeper, Nov. 21 Thurkle G. M. Fetter lane, wine Dec. 1
Wolf & Dorville, New Bridge merchant, Dec. 1
Welsh R. & G. Liverpool, brokers, st. merchants, Dec. 1 Tomlinson W. Nottingham, ha
Young & Glennie, Budge tos berdasher, Nov. 24
merchants, Dec. 18.
CERTIFICATES. ABBOTT S. Swithin's la. merch. Herbert H. & J. Marcham, tim Riches & Foreman, Surrey road, Dec, 1 ber merchants, Dec. 1
drapers, Nov. 24 Ball G. R. Exeter, perfumer, Hoffman J. Liverpool, brewer, Rimmer J. Liverpool, brewer, Nov. 21 Nov. 17
Nov, 21 Barlee C. W. brewer, Lambeth, Hopkins W. Aldersgate street, Roach W. Clifton, victualler, Dec. 1 cooper, Dec. 5
Dec. 5 Bappister R. Royd, clothier, Ingrain J. Wuod street, clothier, Rose J. St. Michael's alley, mer. Nov. 21 Nor, 17
chant, Dec. 1 Bartlett R. Vincent squ, wheel. Jordan W. Barnwood, corn deal. Sargent G. Hastings, ship owner, wright, Dec. 1 er. Dec. 1
Nov, 11 Bath W. Esher, victualler, Dec. 1 Joseph M. St. James's st. wine Simmons S. Hepperton, hawker, Beck & Bentley, Cornhill, clock mercbant, Nov. SI
Dec. 12 maker, Nov. 17
Kelly W. Shepton Mallet, grocer, Story T. Blythe, ship owner, Bennett J. Manchester, woollen Dec. 5
Nov. 24 cord manufacturer, Dec. 18 Kerr R. Kingston on Hull, mer. rayloe E. Bow bridge, clothies, Bland J. Strand, jeweller, Nov.21 chant, Nov. 24
Nov. 17 Blunt C. Tavistock str. optician, Lappage S. London, dealer, Thomas J. E. Reading, grocet, Nov. 14 Dec. 12
Dec. 5 Bray R. Gosport, haberdasher, Leach & Ambrose, Bristol, mer. Thornbury N. Strand, clothier, Nov, 14 chants, Dec. 1
Nov. 17 Brown J. Bow lane, pin maker, Lee R. Winchester st. merchant, Timbrell C. Walsal, dealer in Dec. 5 Nov. 24
iron, Nov. 94 Brown W. College hill, merch. Lightfoot R. Carlisle, iron mer. Todd & Wright, Titchborne str. Dec. 1 chant, Dec. 1
haberdashers, Nov. 17 Clifford M. and J. Hull, mer. Mackennal J. W K. Old South Turner J. Hemel Hempstead, chants, Dec. 1 Sea House, merch. Dec. 1
corn dealer, Nov, 11 Coffin J. W. Plymouth, merchant, Malines H. Pall Mall, victualler, Varley 'T. Huddersfield, woollen Dec. 5 Nov. 21
card maker, Nov. 4 Cooper & Bell, Walbrook, paper Marsh, Deane, & Co. Reading, Verdenhalm G. W. Rosemary la. merchants, Nov. 24 bankers, Dec. 5
sugar refiner, Nov.u Crofts D. Marchmont st. builder, Maltby E. Nottingham, maltster, Waite W. Huddersfield, plumber, Nov. 24 Dec. 1
Dec, 12 Cross J. Commercial road, tailor, Mayne E G. Shadwell, grocer, Walker T. George str. Mary-leDec. 1 Dec. 19
bonc, haberdasher, Nov. 24 Cumbero F. victualler, King sir. Moat T. Cheapside, auctioneer, Walker J. Russell str. Blooms Westininster, Dec. 5 Dec. 1
bury, glue maker, Nov. 14 Davis J. Shrewsbury, flax spin. Moly J. B. Walbrook, stationer, Walker W. Waluess, dealer, per, Dec. 1 Nov.94
Nov. 21 Farr E. Crawford st. victualler, Moreton C. Derby, victualler, Warburton J. Timperley, distil. Dec. 5 Dec. 5
Jer, Dec. 1 Farer T, Southworam, manufac. Nicholls T. Birmiogham, leather Warmington J. J. & E. Grace turer, Dec. 12 seller, Nov. 14
church st. Dec. 1 Fletcher B. Deptford, draper, Norton C. Birmingliam, builder, Warrington W. Southwark, hop Dec. 5 Nov. 24
merchant, Dec. 5 Flower T. Castle st. Holborn,. Oldham, T. Rupert str, painter, Watford T. victualler, Rother. pearl worker, Nov. 11 Nov. 21
hithe, Dec. 5 Gay M. L. Norton st. Mary-le Parker W. Whitechapel, oilmau, Watsou M. A. Fareham, mercer, bove, stone mason, Nov. 21 Nov. 24
Dec. 12 Gilbert E. Loughborough, timber Pritchard J. Battle Bridge, deal. Wilkins S. Wycombe, felmonger, merchant, N er, Dec. 1
Dec. 1 Hargroves T. Fore street, hatter, Ramsay J. Cadogau place, mer. Williams G. Lillypot In. Dee. I Dec. 1
chant, Nov. 24
Wood G. Doncaster, bookseller Ilead J. O. Liverpool, merchant, Richards W. Chatham, black Dec. 1 Dec. 1
smith, Nov. 24
Woodward W. Caupon st. car.
penter, Nov, 21
1818.] Dock and Canal Shares.--Political Digest.
463 Prices of Canal Shares, &c. in the Month of November, 1918, at the Office
of Mr. Clarke, 39, Throgmorton Street. CANALS. Div. per Ann. Per share.
Div. per Ann. Per Share. 1. s.
11. s. Coventry • 14 0 1000l,
WATER-WORKS. Croydon 51, 10s. East London
13 10 g3l: Dudley
Grand Junction Grand Surrey
12 401. 421. Ellesmere & Chester O 651. Manchester & Salford
381. Grand Junction o 2381. 2451. West Middlesex
481. Grand Union
BRIDGES. Kennet & Avon
175.6 221. 251. Southwark Lancaster
31 0 6201. Rochdale 481. Globe Assurance
6 0 1301. Thames & Medway 331. Imperial ditto
951. Wilts and Berks 101. 10l.1os. Highgate Archway
41. 31. Worcester & Birmingham 401. Russel Institution
Comniercial Sale Rooms East India
Gas Light Shares
.14 0241. 251. pm. London
0781. 10s. 5s. West India
10 ol 1961. JOHN CLARKE, Canal Agent and Broker.
DIGEST OF POLITICAL EVENTS.
Queen, which took place on the 17th. TO every lover of his country, it must instant, about twenty minutes after one be the highest source of gratification o'clock. Her sufferings, which were to contemplate the proud pre-eminence protracted and severe, and borne with which this empire holds in the scale of true christian piety and resignation, nations, arising from the mildness of its were terminated by an easy and tranquil government, the purity of its laws, and death. Her Majesty was 74 years of age, the valor of its army and its, navy. and had sat 57 upon the British throne, With a return of peace, a return of com- As the consort of a good and great momerce has enriched our citizens, in- narch, as the mother of a numerous creased our revenues, and gladdened the family, as a woman, and as a queen, her hearts of all. The dæmon of faction, entire life and conduct has been so exemwhich for some time has disturbed the plary, that in times, certainly not chatranquillity of our manufacturing districts racterized by servile respect for rank, is fled, and the workmen, no longer de- and reverence for princes, she has alluded by the influence of jacobinical most escaped calumny. The enemies of factions, have returned to their various her Majesty have never even ventured occupations.
to impeach her moral purity. Her chaThe firm and decided measures rities were numerous, and always peradopted by ministers to quell the very formed in an unostentatious manner, appearances of insurrection, deserve the seeking rather the steadfast approbation grateful acknowledgment of all lovers of her own conscience than popular apof social order, and the dispositions ma- plause. nifested by them, to relieve the people In consequence of the above calamita of a portion of their burthens, by a re- ous event, a meeting of the Privy Counduction of the army as soon as the safety cil was held on the 19th, and the Parliaand honor of the state will permit, ment was summoned for the 14th Jan. merit our confidence.
1819. The troops who have formed the Bri- THE CONGRESS OF AIX-LA-CHAPELLE. tish contingent of the allied army in The labours of the congress have at France, continue to return to the bosom length terminated, and the Sovereigns of their friends and their country, to re- have taken their departure from thence. ceive the reward which a grateful nation The pacification of Europe is thus acnever fails to bestow.
complished, and by the withdrawing of It is our painful duty to record the the troops from the French territory, death of our beloved sovereign the an end is put to those measures of pre
caution, which deplorable events had
AMSTERDAM. rendered necessary."
The money market of Amsterdam is The sovereignty of Baden is likely to singularly depressed; the fall was so become vacant soon, by the decease of great, that several of the jobbers became
unable to fulfil their obligations, and the Grand Duke, who has no lineal heirs
were declared defaulters : every species male, and who holds the Palatinate un
of stock suffered, but the foreign securider the late treaty of Vienna, only for ties appear to have declined in a greater himself, and for such heirs. That rich electorate was annexed to Baden, partly of things, is, perhaps, without parallel
proportion than any others. This state on account of some cessions made to Ba- in the history of government securities. varia, and partly because it was held, that the former state, as one of those placed in the frontier of France, should M. de PARGA has been appointed be rendered capable of maintaining a the provisional successor of M. de Garay force of twenty thousand men.
the financier. The most satisfactory
intelligence has been received from This island was visited on the 25th of Lima ; M'Gregor's expedition has creAugust last, with a most violent hurri- ated considerable consternation, and cercane; the largest trees were bent before tain political parties have derived much the impetuosity of the winds. This advantage from it. Mexico continues to . continued from about 2 to 4 p. m., when be quite tranquil, and matters generally, the rain began to fall, accompanied by in- were going on well in Venezuela. cessant lightning. About a quarter of an hour after, a flash of lightning struck Nero York.--ALMOST every article the highest point of the citadel, about imported from the West Indies has beone hundred paces from the nearest
come very scarce, and has risen in price, lightning rod, and thence passing in a owing to the approaching state of nondirect line in front of the great postern, intercourse with the British islands, it crossed the guard-house of the gar, which takes place after the 30th of Seprison without doing any mischief, and tember. All the Jamaica rum has been finally exploded in the laboratory, which bought up, and there is scarcely a hogsstands in the rear of the building. This head of West India rum, or molasses, to building contained a great quantity of be had. Coffee has risen to 35cts. and projectiles which had been prepared, and is expected to go higher. Sugars, also, which time had not allowed to be se
maintain a high price, particularly those cured in the magazines. A terrible ex- of the first quality. plosion took place, which set fire to the
The yellow fever has made its appear. neighbouring buildings, and occasioned
ance here. the death of the governor, together The state of South America becomes with many other valuable lives.
every day more important and interest
ing, in consequence of the exertions The Peishwa has surrendered to Sir making on both sides of the Atlantic; en John Malcolm, and is permitted to re
the one hand, to fit out an expedition tire to Benares upon a pension of eight which shall overawe all resistance, and lacks of rupees per annum.
on the other, to meet it by a competent A series of resolutions have been agents have been distributed by the pa.
Insurgent force. For the latter purpose, framed and agreed to, for the abolition triots over different parts of Europe, but of slavery in that island,
they have been more particularly active Attempts have been making, to perin the British dominions. Besides the suade the public, that a plan had two parties abovementioned, there is an been in contemplation for the escape expedition fitting out in the port of Lowof Buonaparte from this island; but don, whose professed object is to join
are not of opinion that it had neither party, but to profit by both, as gone to any such extent; some secret
opportunity shall offer. Their destinacorrespondence, has, most clearly, been tion is the Caraccas, and from thence intercepted and forwarded by Sir Hud
over land in the direction of Peru. son Lowe to government, and it is more
The Portuguese government have rethan probable, that the arrest of Baron Gourgaud may have partly arisen from Congress, respecting the depredations
monstrated in very strong language with the exposure.
comunitted on Portuguese vessels by The interesting documents we reserve American privateers.
for the next nnmhor for rant of room