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exhales mlasmata, not perceptible to we could not prevent their entering. the senses, which attach it to bedding, Heavens! what imprudence ! what caclothes, furniture, and even the walls lamity ensued ! The son was put to of the apartments (as, from numerous bed-in 24 hours he expired. The mofacts, there is reason to believe,) which ther was soon seized with the contagion there become capable of infecting indi- also the father. Between the 10th viduals, more or less promptly accord. and 14th, the eight of us had caught it. ing to their pre-disposition. The dis. Of these eight, five were carried off, ease appears to have its seat in the ner- and my daughter is in her last hour., vous system. It successively para. The French physicians visit us twice a lyzes the different viscera. The kidneys day, and give some hopes of recovery. cease their functions first. The body, To be prepared for the worst, I have which may be called a corpse still ani- mnade my will, which is deposited at the mated, exbibits all the symptoms of parish church of St. Michael. To-day decomposition. Some patients, after I have been upon the ramparts, search-, exhibiting all the sigus of complete iug for some herbs for my daughter. dissolution, have by degrees returned On my way along I encountered at least to life, and have been cured. It requires twenty carts loaded with dead. There courage, I assure you, and the most are still 10,000 dead in the town. At perfect self-resignation, toapproach and Barcelonetta there is not a soul lefttouch certain patients. The stomach 6 All the world” is dead. The worst appears to be the most constant point of it is, the bodies are left to horrible of attack. It is subject to a kind of putrefaction in the houses. It is imirritation which is quite sui generis. possible to stir out without shedding its state must not be confounded with tears. Terror is at its utmost. At this a phlegmasia, though gangrenous parts moment I am looking on, whilst the are often found in its interior. There beds, the mattrasses, the coverings, and is no inflammatory appearance in the the bodies of the victims are thrown yellow fever.

After the convulsive out of the windows into the street. In spasms which mark the commencement, some streets there is not a sufficiency atomy sonn takes place, and the extince of carts, and some hundred bodies are tion of life follows. At this moment left in hieaps upon the pavements. If! the intensity of the disease appears to said the deaths are a thousand a day, I have abated, but still from one to two shonld not exaggerate. I believe the hundred die daily. Scarcely a week number is greater. I believe all those ago the number was from two to three in the town will perish. M, Pariret, hundred."

the French physician, has this instant BARCELONA, Oct. 17.-) wrote to visited my daughter for the last time. you by the last courier, at a moment He announces to me the death of one when I was scarcely able to hold the of his colleagues, M. Mozet. Another, pen, in a state of high fever. I have M. Baily, is dangerously ill. They will forgotten all the details which I sent no longer remain in the town, because you. Ah, my dear brother, if you the General, who commauds the first beheld my situation ! I'am the most cordon, will not consent to fall back a wretched of men. We were eight in league. Our doctors wished that every number, shut up in this one house. body should go out of the town, and From the 7th of December we liad 'com- since that is not allowed, it is impossimunication with no human creature. ble to check the plague. What'a mischance! when on the 10th

SOUTH AMERICA. instant we heard knocking at the door. Two events of the past month open We went to look out of the window delightful prospects to mankind, and Sanlapan is called for, in order to be give us hopes, in spite of the Machia. informed that his son was taken ill. At velian doctrines of the European ecothis news the wretched father cried out nomists, and the selfish policy of those repeatedly," my son ! my son has taken who consider industry as their propera the infection, I will see him!" The ty. We allude to the surrender of inother, who was in the house, appeared Lima, which consolidates the republias wretched as the father. They went can government of La Plata, Chili, and out in baste, and returned in a quarter Peru, and in them gives rise to a vast of an hour with their sick son. It was empire equal to that of the United in vain that we remonstrated with them States of North America in various cliupon the danger of introducing him. mates and resources, and we hope also As they were the porters of the house, in public liberty.


The other event we trust is not less lishes bulletins on the advantages certain, though not yet matured, viz. : gained by its troops. Their style is the independence of the fine isthmus of

very original, as may be seen by the MEXICO-a country, which, from its following specimens :position between the Pacific and At- THIRTY-SECOND BULLETIN OF LIBERTY. lantic oceans, cannot fail , under a free Honour to God the Almighty! and to the and wise government, to become the Holy Church of the East! honour to the emporium of the world.

To the ex

Empire of the Hellenists, to the Archihausted and distracted people of Eu. Strategos, Prince Demetrius Ypsilanti, and rope, Mexico presents ery variety of

to all the Chiefs of the Hellenists! Peace temperature, a fertile soil, easy and

to the brave victims of the struggle for short communications, , and fine ports been received from the camp of the Hel.

liberty-This day (August 28) reports have in two seas, uniting the east and the

lenists near Navarrin; the following is west, the north and the south.

the tenour of the words of liberty :-The Late events also have terminated the bloody contest which former usurpa

tyrant Jussuf Pacha, the Chief of these

barbarians, children of Hell, who believe tions have long waged against the un

in the devil's emiss iry Mohammed, has athappy people of Venezuela, and that

tacked the Hellenists, accustomed to vicfinely situated province and the vast tory,who were encamped before the fortress district called New Granada, are now of Navarrin, under the orders of Theodore an independent republic under the Spartaki. God has humbled his pride, he name of COLUMBIA.

has chastised bis blind audacity. The bar. All these new states will become great barians have been repulsed, and confusion by the troubles and bad policy of many

prevails in their ranks; they lost 600' men, countries in Europe, where abuses have three of whom are Bimbachas, and 200 accumulated (perhaps unavoidably),

were made prisoners, and their lives and they present so many lands of Ca.

spared. The Greeks, under the manifest naan to those wlio, in many parts of the

protection of God, lost only 36 men, who old continent, are borne down by mo

were buried with all military honours on

the field of battle. May the earth press nopoly, luxury, and fluctuations, which

lightly on them, for they died for their rob virtuous industry of its reward.

country! The reinforcement of 600 men The patriots and royalists of Mexico

from Calmata, with two guns and ammuhave come to an agreement, of which nition, have put the conquerors in a conwe have the terms in several articles of dition to cannonade the fortress. Perhaps Adjustment entered into at Cordova, on

the next report will bring us joy and lo the 24th of August, between Don Juan God bless the Hellenists. O'Donoju, Viceroy, and Don Manuel

THIRTY-FIFTH BULLETIN Iturbide, Commander in Chief of the

(which appeared Sept.1.) Imperial Mexican Forces. The first of Honour to God the Almighty, &c. The the articles declares the sovereignty news of the capture of Artas has this inand independency of Mexico under the stant arrived in this happy town. The title of the Mexican Empire; the se

inhabitants have surrendered by capitula cond, that its Government shall be a

tion; the number of barbarians found in moderate Constitutional Monarchy;


the citadel were but few, and their lives third, that Ferdinand the Seventh shall

were spared, In general the Hellenists reign on coming. to Mexico; and the Prince Demetrius Ypsilanti is arrived at

conduct themselves with great modei ation. fourth makes it imperative on him to Patras, where there are about 10,00 Helfix his court in Mexico. The powers lenists. The powerful navarques

the of the monarch are to be ascertained Isle of Hydra have again announc dihe and limited by a Representative Cou-' capture of three large Turkish shipso twar. stitution. In case that Ferdinand de- God and the Hellenists. clines to visit the new imperial terri- In this manner was published the cap tory, such member of the reigning fa- ture of Coran, of Napoli, and various i ther mily as the Cortes should prefer, is to small castles. The bulletins sometimes succeed him, who is to govern until contain local ordinances of the Senate, rethe Cortes shall have met, and in the markable for their moderation. Fore on name of the nation fix on the sovereign merchants are treated with considerati, n. of their choice. All the inhabitants, The Hellenists are badly clothed, a:d without distinction of origin or colour, worse armed. The traffic in gunpowd. r are free citizens.

(from eight to ten piastres the okkena) is very advantageous to the foreign merchants.

The number of troops in the Peloponnesus CORFU, Sept.-30.—The central go. may amount to 30,000, a third of whom are vernment of the Greeks at Modou pub- provided with muskets. The arrival of



Prince Demetrius Ypsilanti has put an end great stir in the War Department, the to the species of war which existed he extensive preparations made, and, tween the Senates of Calmata and Modou. above all, the state of public opinion i.. RUSSIA.

Russia, warrant the conclusion that it Recent advices receivel froin St. is no longer in the power of the EmpePetersburgh, announce, that notwith- ror himself to stop the enterprise. standing the colouring given to the We give place to the preceding paranegociations carrying on, war between graph,

but as the cause of the Greeks Russia and Turkey is inevitable. The is considered as identified with that of greatest care has been taken to disguise Liberty and Jacobinism, a lukewarm the real intentions of the Emperor', so an:l even hostile feeling towards them as to make the professions he has so re- is believed to actuate many cabinets, peatedly uttered to the States of Europe and to counterbalance the policy of the hide the secret policy by which his Russian government, and the generous Councils are actuated; but his journey feelings of the people in the east of to the head-quarters of his arıny, the Europe. INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS IN AND NEAR LONDON, With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deceased.

CHRONOLOGY OF THE MONTH. yourself in £1000. and two other persons in Oct, PUBLIC meeting was held at £100. each.” A fine of £5001, on a

A 25. the City of London Tavern, for wretched female, probably not worth as promoting a subscription to indemnify Sir many farthings, seems to be contrary to Robert Wilson. The Marquis of Tavistock, the spirit of our law, and particularly to a the Hon. H. Grey Bennett, Mr. Lambton, clause in the Bill of Rights. It is true the Sir F. Burdett, and several other public object is obnoxious, but against such feelcharacters, nominated as a committee to ings the administration of the law ought to co-operate with the Southwark committee. be ou its guard. If not remitted, it seems The subscription proceeds well; but the equivalent to a sertence of perpetual inigreater clainis of the families of Honey and prisonment. Francis are cruelly neglected.

16. The Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and 26. At a Court of Comnion Council Aldermen, presented the addresses to the held this day, a resolution was passed “to King, to both of which his Majesty represent the thanks of the Court and the turned suitable answers. freedom of the City, in a gold box, value - 24. The King's Bench sentenced one hundred guineas, to Joseph Hume, Messrs. Shackell and Arrowsmith, for a Esq. for his parliamentary exertions to libel on the late Lady Wrottesley, in the reduce the public expenditure, and his John Bull newspaper, to nine months' imindefatigable labours for the introduction prisonnient, and a fine of £500. each; and of practical economy.

W'earer, the printer, to a like imprisonNov. 3. A fire broke out on the premises ment, and a fine of €100., with securities of Mr. George Hoppe, corn-merchant, in for good behaviour for five years. Old Gravel-lane, Wapping. The flames - 26. The same Court sentenced the communicated to the granary, and consum- Rev. Richard Blacow, for a libel on the ed the whole, and materially damaged the late Queen, in a sermon at Liverpool, to adjoining houses.

six months' imprisonment, and a fine of 8. The King arrived in town from £100., with securities for good behaviour Hanover, after a very satisfactory journey. for five years It also seutenced Williams,

-9. Alderman Magnay sworn in Lord Mayor of Chester, to six months' imprisonMayor. The only difference in the civic ment and a fine of £1000. for partiality procession from that of former years, was during the last city election. the omission of obnoxious soldiers and of The same day accounts received of conmen in armour.

tinued disturbances in the county of Lime- 15. Mary Ann Carlile, tried in July rick, and of the horrid massacre of a midlast at Guildhall, for publishing a libel, was dle-man, his wife, children, and friends, this day brought up for judgment in the to the number of seventeen persons. Court of King's Bench. Mr. Justice Bayley

MARRIED. pronounced a very severe sentence, as fol. H. F. Hawker, esq. 19th foot, to Elizalows :-" That you, Mary Ann Carlile, do beth Josephine, youngest daughter of pay to the King a fine of £500.; and that Joseph Wheeler, esq. you be imprisjned in Dorchester gaol, for Mr. Thomas Fletcher, of Queenhithe, to a period of twelve months; that at the ex- Miss R. M. Browne, of Wischmore Hill. piration of that time, you do find sureties J. H. Cohen, esq. of Kingston, Jamaica, for your good behaviour during five years, to Miss Cohen, of Herue Hill Cottage.

Mr. mers.


Mr. Waton Barwise, of St. Martin's- and much respected by a very extensive lane, to Frances, eldest daughter of C. connexion. Baumer, esq. of Piccadilly.

In New Bond-street, 13, Miss SumEdward Thomley Bond, esq. of Nuveaton, Warwickshire, to Miss Susannah Iu Charlotte-street, Bedford-square, 54, Sykes, of Stoke Newington.

Mrs. Robarts. Capt. F. C. Penrose, of the Hon. East In Upper Thames-street, 48, Mr. ChrisIndia Company's Service, to Miss Barlow, topher Jackson, sugar-factor. of Brompton.

At Poplar, Catherine, widow of the late Hermen Schroder. Cousin, esq. of Old Capt. Josiah Pryce, many years in the Broad-street, to Miss Caroline Moses, of Hon. East India Company's service. Edmonton.

Mr. Thomas Harvey, 38, late captain Mr. Poole, of Northampton-square, to of the Eclipse steam-packet, in which caMiss Matilda Davis, of Judd-place. pacity, as well as in private life, he conci

Mr. Joseph Hedge, of Redcross-street; liated the esteem and respect of all who to Miss Jane Higham, second daughter of knew him, by the unusual suavity of his Edward Higham, esq. of Faultbourne, Essex.

At herson-in-law's, John Mitchell, M.D. Mr. R. Welham, to Eliza, daughter of Mrs. Rawlings the late Captain Smyth.

At Long Ditton, 67, Frances, relict of T. D. Belfield, esq. of Mincing-line, 10

Sandeforth Streatfield, esq. Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of W.

In Great Portland-street, 69, Elizabeth, Eversley, esq. of Barbadoes.

wife of Mr. James Huson. James Hopkins, esq. of Queen's-square, In King-street, Holborn, 72, Elizabeth, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late wife of Edward Barlow, esq. sincerely laJohn Eliiott, esq. of Calcutta.

mented by her family and frieuds. Mr. Thomas Goldsworthy Sarel, to Jane In Bedford-street, Bedford-row, 25, SaPhilippa, only daughter of Mr. Sarel, of rah, wife of Mr. Wm. Legs, jun. Berkeley-square.

In Great Marlborough-street, 73, Mrs. At Lower Tooting, Thomas Holmes, Luyar, late of Colchestr. jun. Miss Scott.

58, John Lamb, esq. accountant to the Josephus J. Kendrick, esq. to Frances South Sea Company, in which establishMary, only daughter of the late James ment he had served upwards of forty years. Dods, esq.

In Bridge Road, Lambeth, Sophia, wite Henry Pilgrim, esq. of Kensington, to of David Allan, esq. Miss Holford, of Hampstead.

In Hyde-street, Bloomsbury, 63, Mr. D Mr. G. A. White, of Pentonville, to Humphrey. Miss Jones, of John-street, Bedford-row. In St. Alban's-place, 68, Mr. W. Ro

Mr. W. Thomas, of New Bond-street, to berts. Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Wil- In Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, at liam Yews, esq. of Clapham.

an advanced age, Samuel Pctre, esq. forMr. C. Lousdale, to Miss M. A. Mills. merly M.P. whose name will long be cele

W.C.Shevil,jun. esq. to Sarah, youngest brated in the records of contested elecdaughter of the late Edward Clarke, esq. tions, in which at Cricklade, he expended a of Spitalfields.

considerably fortune for the public good. Sir W. J. Hope, M.P. to the Countess of Iu Cheapside, 30, Mrs. Dando, wife of Athlone.

Mr. N. D. John Dent, esq. to Miss Madison,

At Camden-town, Mrs. Mary James, of Mr. Thomas Strahan, of the Minories, the Bedford Arms. to Miss Sarah Wells, of Bermondsey. At Putney, Tyson Chapman, esq. DIED.

At Belle Vue, Brixton, 27, Richard, In Euston Crescent, New Road, after a the youngest son of Samuel Wilde, esq. of few days illness, 34, Mr. Willium Bed- New Palace Yard. .ford, universally respected by all who In Charterhouse-square, 80, Alexander knew him.

Gordon, esq. In Mornington-place, 28, Edward West, 89, Benjamin Bates, esq. formerly a esq. deeply regretted by a numerous and partner in the firm of Messrs. Jukes, Coulhighly-respectable circle of friends and son, aud Co. of Upper Thames-street. He relations.

retained his faculties till within a short At Claremont Terrace, Pentonville, Mas- period of his decease, and displayed his ter Francisco Lore da Costa.

accustomed kindness and consideration for In the Kent Road, 67, Abraham Purs- the happiness of those around him; and in house Driver, esq. to the inexpressible bis death he testified the excellence of grief of his disconsolate widow and fa- those Christian principles, which it had mily. He was a man of great activity in been his unremitting aim, by a consistent his profession as a surveyor andauctioneer, life, to adorn. MAG. No. 361.


84, Mrs.


84, Mrs. Mary Sikes, relict of the late At Brixton, 62, C. C. Hatt, esq. Bartholomew Sikes, esq. inventor of the At Holloway, after a long and painful new hydrometer.

illness, 47, Mrs. Seabrook. In Coleman-street, Mrs. E. Dobson. At Clapham Road School, 77, Mrs.

In Mansell-street, 71, Mr. Abraham Richardson. Torchinn.

Įn Queen Anne-street, 71, Sir William At Croydon, 69, Mr. Alexander Bissen, Young, G.C.B. Admiral of the Red, and M.A.

Vice Admiral of Great Britain, memoirs of In Burton Crescent, Mary Eliza, wife whom will appear in our next. of Gilbert Stuart Bruce, esq.

At Hyde Park Corner, John Warner, Much regretted by all who knew him, esq. upwards of thirty years magistrate of Mr. Thomas Edgley, of Essex Wharf, Middlesex. Strand, after a few days illness occasioned At Carshalton, Mr. Charrington. by a severe fall.

At Southgate, w. Cunliffe Shaw, esq. In Old Manor-street, Chelsea, Caroline At Long Ditton, Elizabeth, wife of Matilda, daughter of John Gurnell, esq. Charles Brooke, esq. In Jeffrys-square, 70, Mr. Oliver Gam- In Essex-street, Strand, Francis Flad

gate, esq. At Mill Hill, Hendon, Mr. Henry At Lambeth Palace, Mr. James Fenn. Humphreys, of the Stock Exchange.

At Croydon, W. Bradshaw Clinton, esq. In Suffolk-lane, 61, Thomas Britton, in consequence of an anurism. esq. deeply lamented by his numerous fa- At Battersea, 49, Mr. John Ireson. mily and friends.

At Edmontov, Anna, daughter of Os. At Hoxton, 76, Mrs. Elizabeth Scarr. good Hanbury, In Felix Terrace, Islington, Miss At- At Twickenham, 105, Mrs. Mary Britkinson.

tal. At Reigate, 76, Mrs. Joliffe, relict of At Holloway, 48, Mr. John Thurston, the late William Joliffe, esq. M.P. for Pe- one of the most ingenious and tasteful de. tersfield, universally respected for the uni- signers of his age, and a man whose moform liberality of her disposition, and desty retarded his distinction in society, highly esteemed by all classes in her He was a native of Scarborough, but has neighbourhood. The deceased was daugh- for many years resided in the vicinity of ter and sole heiresss of Sir Richard Hylton, London, and has been much celebrated for of Hayton Castle, in the county of Cum- the beauty of his designs in various eleberland, bart. the lineal descendant from gant publications, though his retired hathe Lords de Hylton, and claimant of that bits caused bim to be personally unknown ancient barony.

beyond the circle of bis family and a few At Reigate, 74, Robert Salesbury Cot- friends. A delicate form of body and inson, esq. a friend of the preceding. tense application to his profession, com

At Norwood, 30, Mr. Samuel Graves, bined to shorten his life, and deprive an late of Sherborne-lane, printer.

orphan family of his further protection and At Upper Islington, 73, Ely Scott, esq. support. At Ewell, 70, Mr. Richard Mason. In a sit ot' apoplexy, at his house in

At Belle Vue, Reigate, 58, William Bax- James-street, Westminster, Rear Admiral ter, esq. deeply lamented by all who knew James Burney, the son of the late justly him.

celebrated Charles Burney, Mus. Doct. At Isleworth, Thomas Whately, esq. author of the elegant History of Music, At Kingsland, after a lingering illness, and several other works. James Burney Thomas Holah, esq. partner in the firm of was his eldest son, and sent early into the Holah, Johnson, and Co. tea-dealers, of navy, and perhaps po map ever paid more Nicholas-lane.

attention to his duty or succeeded better, At Middle-grove House, Ealing, Miss both as a practical and theoretical seaman. Elizabeth James, deeply regretted.

He was sent out twice with that excellent In Craven-street, Mrs. Best,

seaman Capt. Cook; first as a midshipIn York-street, Portman-square, 73, man, and on his return was promoted to be Rose Fuller, esq.

a lieutenant. He sailed with that much In Bolton-street, 73, John Smith, esq. lamented officer as lieutenant, and contri. In High-street, Borough, Susannah, wife buted much to the success of his perilous of Mr. Edward Kent, sincerely regretted and important voyage. By the death of by her family and friends.

the two commanders, Cook and Clerke, At Hackney, 63, Mr. Joseph Williams. he returned in command of the smallest At Shepherd's Bush, Elizabeth, relict ship, the Discovery. On his return he was of the late Richard Hunt, esq.

confirmed in the rank of master and comIn the Strand, 34, Mr. Thomas Grimes, mander, and soon after promoted to that of jun. woollen-draper, deeply regretted by post captain. In that capacity he was sent all his friends and relatives.

in command of the Bristol man of war, to At Wanstead, 73, Thomas Sparks, esq. India, and was present in most of the ac

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