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gate Freja is arrived this morning with aboat two o'clock, ihe desperate and darhis Majesty Louis XVIII. and suite on ing robber who has for some time past board. Nearly two hundred sail of infested the country round Havant, transports and storeships arrived this Chichester, and Arundel, stopped a genmorning, and have anchored in these tleman on horseback near Arundel, who roads. Several line of battle ships are having a good horse put spurs to him, dow in sight, which are supposed to be and rode off

' with all speed; the robber Admiral Gambier and the Fleet froin discharged a pistol, which, however, Copenhagen.

providentially inissed him. On Sunday Last night, at eight o'clock, arrived in inorning, about 11, he stopped and robthe Roads his Majesty's hospital ship bed Mr. Rhodes, of Chichester, beFrederickswaern, Captain Blanchett, tween Arundel and Midhurst.In conand Dr. Jamison, physician of the fleet, sequence of this daring robbery being with the sick and wounded on board, made known, a number of gentlemen who, we are happy to understand, are and others, in that part of the country, very few, as the feet preserved exccl- went in different directions, armed, in lent health.—She parted with the Ad- pursuit of the robber; among then miral, fleet, and convoy, all well, ou were Mr. Poynta, of Cowdray-park, near Thursday, 40 leagues S.W. of Boom- Midhurst, and Mr. George Sarjeant, burgen.

son of Mr. Sarjeant, of Lavington. Nov. 2-3. Free benefits, to which These gentlemen had not proceeded far all the performers, and even the lowest from Lavington, when they observed a assistants of the theatre, contributed man, answering the description of the their exertions gratis, were given at Sad- robber, and they supposed he was makJer's Wells for the benefit of the relatives ing towards them to rob then; they acof the unfortunate sufferers by the late cordingly put themselves in a state of deaccident there.-N. B. The statement fence, by showing their pistols. The of the death of Mr. Chalkley, in the ac man went into a wood close by, and the count we gave last month, was errone- gentlemen pursued him. Mr. Sarjeant ous: he is, we are happy to say, alive, called on him to surrender; but he reand perfectly recovered.

fused, and made use of the most horrid Yarmouth, Nov.2. This morning, Louis oaths and threats. Mr. Sarjeant orderXVIII. landed with his suite from the ed him again to surrender, or he would Swedish frigate Freja, at Yarmouth, shoot him. He still refused, and Mr. under the title of the Count De Lille, Sarjeant presented a pistol at him, but by which only he will be recognized at the saune time desired the man to surduring his stay in England. The Count render, as he could not bear the thought came on shore in Admiral Douglas's of taking the life of a fellow-creature; at barge, in the most private manner. this instant, the man discharged a pistol

On his landing, he was received by at him, and killed him on the spot. The Admirals Douglas and Essington, Cap- villain immediaiely threw off his shoes. tain Curry, of the Hag ship, and Mr. hat, and gloves, great coat, leather-case Brooks, of the Alien Office, London. used by dragoons to guard the locks of The party immediately assembled at the their carbines, and made his escape from house of Admiral Douglas's secretary, Mr. Poyntz. It was supposed he conwhich stond contiguous to the spot. cealed himself in the wood. All pursuit Here the Count had his first interview after him had proved fruitless up to with Monsieur (the Count D'Artois). Monday night, when our account left

coppice where he had concealed him- army to march; but a squadren of self, which is near Petworth, and some French ships were expected in the Tasurrounded it, while othen dismounted, gus. The Boadicea brought a convoy, and entered by every avenue. After a she left several ships at Oporto, which strict search, they discovered bim, and were not able to come out to join her drove him out, without any frock, hat, after the embargo was laid. The Lasi. or shoes on. He then ran swiftly some nia frigate, Lord William Stuart, and distance ; but finding his pursuers to be the Amazon, Captain Parker, were close at his heels, he ran into a pond, cruizing off the bar. Lord Strangford when they immediately fired at him, continued at Lisbon'; and Mr. Warre, and shot him dead. He was taken out the consul, at Oporto. The Lively fua of the pond, searched, and the watch, of gnie, Captain M‘Kinley, sailed from which he had robbed Mr. Rhodes the Lisbon on the 19th uit. with a convoy day before, found on him. On exami- for England: and the Raven, Captain nation of the body, he proves to be a la- Grant, was to sail in a few days afterbourer, living at a village called Gran- wards with another convoy. The Statham, near Petworth : his name is tira, Captain Bromley, with Mr. Rose James Allen. He had two'loaded pis- on board, arrived this morning, she was tols about him, but from the close pur- unable to get down Channel, the wind suit of the dragoons, he had no power to blew so hard froin the S. W. use them.

Plymouth, Nov. 11. A Proclamation Ipswich, Nov.6. Tuesday, about three of the Portuguese Government fron o'clock, Louis XVIII. arrived at the Lisbon, tantamount to a declaration of Great White Horse in this town, from war, has been received here, via FalYarmouth, attended by Prince de mouth, by the Townshend packet, arCondé, Monsieur, Duc d'Angouleme, rived there. This forenoon, the gallant Duc de Bourbon, Due de Grammont, Rear-Adn.iral Sir S. Smith went on and suite, and after changing horses, set board the London, 98, in Cargand off for Gosfield-park, in Essex, the seat of Bav, and immediately unmoored, with the Marquis of Buckingham. On their the following ships under his command arrival at the Three Cups, Colchester, a viz. London, 98, Aag ship; Marlbogreat concourse of persons of all ranks rough, 74; Bedford, 71; Elizabeth, 74; had assembled at the inn, to see the Monarch, 74; and a frigate; aud as the illustrious stranger; the elegant large wind is now rather Northerly, apd they new room being thrown open for the are standing out of the Bay, they may reception of the royal guests, it was per- chance to make a good offing, and get mitted that their wishes might be fully down Channel, if no other furious gale gratified, and they were admitted into of wind come on to interrupt their-pasthe room without the least restraint. sage-destination unknown. The royal fugitive, at his departure, ex Portsmouth, Nov. 12. Arrived the Melpressed much satisfaction at the good pomene frigate, Captain Parker, from wishes evidently impressed on the coun the Mediterranean, to undergo repairs. tenances of those whom curiosity had She left the squadron off Cadiz, comexcited to appear in his presence. manded by Admiral Purvis, on the

Pertsmouth, Nov. 11. The ports of 17th ult. which falsifies the flimsy ra. Portugal are all shut against us; the monts of that squadron having been enBoadicea, Captain Maitland, brings in- gaged with the enemy out of Cadiz. formation, that they were shut three Neither could Lord Collingwood have days before she left it, which was fifteen met with the Toulon squadron; they days since. The Boadicea left New were out no further than the Hieres on "foundland on the 20th of September, the 5th of September, when his lordship with a convoy for Oporto; five days af- must have been off Tenedos, as he atira ter they harl been there, the order was ed at Malta on the 4th of October from received to shut the ports. The invasion thence. Sir George Coekburn, goverof Portugal by land was not expected, nor of Curacoa, and suite, take their from the lateneas of the season for the passage in the Meleager frigate, Captain



Broughton, for that island. The Sta- arrival was announced by a telegraphic Ara, with Mr. Rose and suite on board, dispatch as soon as she hove in sighi. vill sail at day-tiglit to-morrow morn Deal, Nov. 17. A Gentleman was ing:

landed here from the flag of truce about London. Nov. 11. Yesterday the re eleven o'clock this morning : he is from mains of the archbishop of York were Vienna, charged with dispatches for the interred in Westminster Abbey. The Austrian ambassador at London, but of procession was plain, and most solemn. the nature of them not a word has tran

Plymouth, Nov. 15. Au Admiralty spired here. After waiting upon AdmiMessenger arrived yesterday at noon io ral Rowley, at his oflice, he set off for hurry out all the men of war in Caw. London in a post-chaise and four. He sind Bay directly, to join Sir Sidney arrived at Parison the grh inst. on which Smith's squadron off Cork; in consco day Bonaparte was expected there, and quence of which, the Conqueror, 74, on the day be left that place, the 13th, a Captain I. Pellew, was paid yesterday Russian messenger had arrived. afternoon, and this morning she and the came out of Calais on the 15th, (the Plantagenet, 74, Captain Bradley, sail- day he arrived in the Downs) having ed from Cawsand Bay, and stood down been detaince there for a vessel to conChannel with a fine wind at E. N. E. vey him to England. The vessel, it is The Hibernia, 110, and the Foudroy- thought, is to remain here to take him ant, 84, will sail tó-morrow, or Tues- back again, being since put under charge day. The object of the expedition is, of theguard-ship.-The Calypso, which of course, a secret, and no doubt will escorted him into the Downs, is ordered be accomplished with honour and advan- back to her station off Calais. tage to this country, being intrusted to so good an officer as Sir Sidney Smith and the officers who accompany him

BIRTHS. the expedition.-Went up ihe harbour, the Alemene, 36, Eurydice, 24, and

Oct. 23. At the seat of the earl of Raleigh, 18, to reht.-Sailed the Cuckoo Uxbridge, Plasnewydd, Anglesey, the schooner, with dispatches for the Chan- right hen. lady Caroline Capel, of a net fleet.

Deal, Nov. 15. A French national At his lordship's house, Hill-street, schooner is come into the Downs as a Berkeley-square, lady Foley, of a daughflag of truce. She went prst Dover yesterday evening with a prize of sail, 26. In Pulteney-street, Bath, the and is supposed to have come irvin Bous lady of Francis Drake, exq. of a daughlogne.

Deal, Nov. 16. The schooner, which 28. At Lambridge-house, the lady arrived in the Downs yesterday, is a flag of C. H. Fraser, esq. of a son. of truce from Calais, from whence she 29. Ai Thoresby-park, Nottinghamwas perceived coming out by the Calyp- shire, lady Frances Bentinck, of a son. so, and an officer of that vessel was put At their house, Bolton-row, Piccaon board there. The Admiral's boat dilly, the lady of colonel Walter Jones, was sent off to her, but no person we

of a daughter. believe has yet been landed : conjectures

Nor. I. At his father's house, Portare various ; some are apprehensive that man-square, the lady of Henry Dawshe has brought over terms for a nego- kins, jud. esq. M.P. of a son. tiation for peace; others assert, that she 4. At Hanfield-place, the lady of has an 'ambassador from the court of sir C. Baynes, bart. of a son. Vienna; whilst those who pretend to be

7. Ai Bifirons, near Canterbury, better informed, state that a Prussian the lady of Edward Taylor, esq. M. P. officer is on board, charged with a di for that city, of a son. plomatic mission to our government,

In Lower Wimgole-street, the lady but nothing has transpired here to ena of brigade, major Vernon Graham, of a ble us to state for certain the object. Iler




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DEATHS. Oct. 27. Mr. Hughes, of Finsbury Oct. 17 At' his seat' at Wootensquare, to miss Bish, daughter of Mr. court, Kent, much respected, the Res. Bish, of Cornhill.

Edward-Tymewell Brydges, late claim29. At Bishop-Wearmouth, in the ant to the barony of Chandos. county of Durhan, Wn. Williamson, 26. At Childwall, near Liverpool, esq. of Gringley, in Nottinghanistire, at the advanced of 80, Arthur Onslow, to miss Sanderson, eldest daughter of esą. collector of the customs at the pori Thomas Sanderson, esq. of Bishop- of Liverpool. Wearmouth.

27. At Cairnmuir, county of Peeb30. · At St. George's church, Hano- les, the hou. Mrs. Cranstoun, widow ver-square, by the Rev. Dr. Ridley, of the late hon. George Cranstonn. Lord Monson, to Lady Sarah Saville. Nov. 1. Dr. William Markham, lord The earl and countess of Mesborough archbishop of York, primate of England, gave their lovely daughter away, in the loni high almoner to the king, and visitor presence of the earl and countess, and of Queen's College, Oxford, in the goch countess dowager of Essex, viscount year of his age. The event has long been Pollington, the miss Monsons, (who, expected. His Grace bore his sufferings were bride maids), Mr. Swainson, and with the utmost resignation, and breaththe two miss Faulkners. The bride was ed his last breath with the most pious elegantly dressed in white satin, richly hope that a moral and religious life could uimmed with point-lace, with a white possibly have inspired into a mind devolace voil, and a small bouquet.

ied, as his was, to the duty of a Christian Nov. 3. At Kensington church, Ed- preceptor. He was translated from ward Harrold, csq. of Cheshunt, in the Chester to thearchiepiscopal see of York county of Herts, to miss Baillie, of in 1776, on the demnise of Dr. Robert Brompton.

Drummond. His Grace, before his 4. 'At St George's, Hanover-square, translation, was chosen by his Majesty John Tathamn, esq. af Craven-street, 10 preceptor to his royal highness the prince miss Jones, daughter of William Jones, of Wales, for whom he preserved the esq. of Charles-street, Grosvenor-square. most dutiful and affectionate attachment

At Weston, Robert Haynes, esy. of to the close of his existence. His Grace Westbury-under-the-Plain, Wilts, to has left several sons, one of whom is a miss Vere Bayly, daughter of Zachary rear-admiral in the British fleet, and anBavly, esq. of Belle-Vue, near Bath. other chancellor of the diocese of York.

Ai Lambeth church, Thomas Cory 5. At his seat at Waterstock, OxHawkes, esq. of Oakhampton, Devon. fordshire, in the 83d year of his age, sir to miss Elizabeth Sophia Hay, of Dur- Williain Ashhurst, fate one of his Maham-place, Lambeth.

jesty's justices of the court of King's 7. At North Aston, by the Rev. C.A. Bench. Moysey, Edward Golding, eld 14. At his house called Fallowden, est son of Edward Golding, esq. of Mar near Alnwick, Northumberland, in the den Earley, in the county of Berks, to 79th year of his age, the righthon. Charles miss Frances Bowles, eighth daughter of earl Grey, K. B. general of the third reOldfield Bowles, esq. of North Aston, giment of dragoons, and governor of the in the county of Oxford.

island of Guernsey. His lordship served · At St. Catherine - Coleman, Fen- at the battle of Minden, and was the : church st. John Arthur Borron, esq. of only surviving officer who served under Warrington, to miss Geddes, daughter general Wolfe at Quebec, to whom he of Archibald Geddes, esq. Leith. was aide-de-camp.

14. 'At Warntord, Hants, John 21. At Highbury Place, Islington, Early Cook, esq.of Cheshunt, Herts, to Mr. Abraham Newland, late first miss Margaret Burne, daughter of Tho. Cashier of the Bank of England, nas Burne, esq. of Bedford-square.

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THIS NUMBER CONTAINS, | The Reward of Charity, 627 11 The Dangerous Incident, 658 2 Letter from W.11. T. 630 12 Winter at Paris,

662 3 On the Effects of Music on dif 13 A London Winter, 663 ferent Animals,

14 Anecdote,

684 4 Description of the Villa of Mr. 15 Description of the City of Nice, A. G. Goldsmid, at Morden,

665 Surry,

.632 16 POETICAL ESSAYS The In. 5 Harriet Vernon; or, Characters Auence of Fiction-To **** from real Life,


Sonnet, Virginia to 6 Açcount of the new Opera, Ella Paul,

668—672 Rosenberg,

17 Foreign Netrs,

673 7 On Public Speaking, 644 18 Home News,

,670 8 An Irish Leiter, 645 19 Births,

677 9 Sketches from Nature, 646 | 20 Marriages-Deaths, 678 10 Translations from Martial, 656

This Number is embellished with the following Copper-plates,

1 The REWARD of CHARITY. 2 The Seat of A. G. GOLDSMID, Esq. at Merton, SURRY. 3 LONDON Fashionable WALKING and EVENING DRESSES. 4 Fashionable PATTERNS for TRIMMINGS and BORDERS of DRESSES.

Printed for G. ROBINSON, No. 25, Paternoster-Row;
Where Favours from Correspondents continue to be received.


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