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Hampshire Telegraph and Naval Chronicle from Portsmouth, Hampshire, England • 2

Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
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1T.t AiivBRtlSER FOR HANTS, SUSSEX, DORSET, AND iVOTS. HAMPSHIRE TKLEOHAI'H AND LOWBOK Madame Catalani, it is reported in the musical world, may be expected in England early in the next Spring, ami will then take the operatical lead at Duty Lane theatre. The new observatory of the University ot flTeinesdafs Thursday' Post. Tuesday's London Gazette. tntinn- her Majesty held it in her hand till the whole trition i was jjepu anon in playeti itie inspiiiug mi u.

lace bled." hil of The Depn a ion trom si. Jrrts-. ood four; the postillions wearing criuisoi. jackets, ami white and green favours. I Hey WffiSB ha It of the Addresses presented to '''cSSt.

Mary. Ro.lierhithe St. Anne Une-hmise. Letter-press Printers, St. Mary, MwP Middlesex, Ilighlaiid Society of London, and t.r-riugdon Ward Without, by itster 3.

Earle, "he Mayor, Recorder Cicrk, two Aldermen, and seven other I T. li; Bright, Esq. M.P.-Chal.eris, (Isle of Ely), by Samuel Wells, by J. Sciidiiinore, fcsq. Perili, and St.

Marv's Chapel, Ediuhurgh, by Joseph llume, Esq. M.Pl-Winchelsea, (Sussex (IJursut), Sanquhar, aiid rnxhall, by 11. JronghL, Esq' M.P.-Woreester, by John Cam llebhouse, Esq. M.P.-Gnspe ClHirch, I ortsca T. Heather, Leaden inll-sneet, am TfiMineU'-aven.

Richmond iw AhWman Wood, tor Lord Otincati- no M.P.Sf. James and St. Paul's, Bristol, by Wood, for Sir Win. Guise, M.P.-f rain-lingluun (Suffolk) in a bos of heart ot Crau-bnfokc, Oevis, Credilon hi. Boto ph A Cormiraien i nines oi ommi mer (Sussex), Langpnrt Somerset), ftevv Mnriow, by the Hon.

Robert Smith, M. P. Dundee Trades, by Joseph Hume, nm war limr. IV fi iuci uim Ayr, by Sir R. Fergnsson, Hart.

M. I Ai d.psq of which the i one of the banners, will "To her Maiesty Queen S1" iron Caroline, the Loyal- ami roiumnwM' Miib" Inhabilnnts of Devizes, (7 Mill' iiiu a A Denotation of the i-iosed Hie business of the day. Her Majesty was occupied with these ceremonies from half-pasl eleven nnlil half-past four. She appeared excellent health and spirits. Great preparations are making ly the Brass-workers, Armourers, and Bniaiers, who intend going up with an Address of Congratulation, to her Majesty, next Monday three weeks, with Knights in armour, bailie axes, They expect to make it the grandest public procession which has yet gone up to Brandcn-burgh House.

Sunday the Duke of York lcit Middlctrm Park, Ihe seal of the Karl nnd Countess of Jersey, where his Royal Highness has been on a visit, for Violunn the seat of the Duke of Bedford. He has thus been both at Middlcton mid Wolmni Abbey, living n) the Snckly of the Illustrious Ladies who have visited the Queen. A rcnttnnnv children have been baptised lately in Cripplegnte Church. They were, with few exceptions, named Caniliiw. The Trtivellv says" We understand that the celebrated Browne is now nt Milan with Vilmacai'ti, winding up the busiuessof the no less celebrated Milan Commission, which, according lo Powell, has so long ceased to be in existence." It is not true that, the Prince Leopold has purchased a residence for the Duchess of Kent.

Letters Irelnntl of a very recent date, present the state of that country in a most melancholy point of view. Most of the re ruined in consequence of I heir hind being held at the War Rents, which, from tie extreme low price of provisions, they are wholly unable to pay. The following arc the prices in Ihe coiiimv markets Beef and mutton, prime pieces, ad. p'r pound; pork, 25s. per cwt.

butter, a. 10s. to -M per potatoes, oncpenmj per stone fowls, Is, per couple; turkeys, Ss. 4d. per couple; geese, 2s.

6d. per ditto; wheat, 24s. the barrel barley, 9s. Cd. oats, 10s.

hay, from 20s. to 21s. per ton. To ihis must be added, (hut several of Ihe small farmers are bound by their leases lo furnish to their landlords, when renuired, a certain number of what arc styled duly horses and men that is lo say, to work grans, nmlaiso a stipulated number of duty fowls, tin keys, or geese, or in lien thereof an adequate compeiisiitiini in money. Another, must iniquitous measure is, thai the Rei tor' of Ihe Parish (generally speaking) will not lake their tithes at the low price ot Ihe corn, and many unfortunate wretches have been compelled to sell the whole produce of Iheir little farms in order to satisfy the demands nf the rapacious Tithe Mr.

Kenihlc has, it is said, transferred his property in Ihe Funds, which amounted to about two thousand pounds a year, into those ol France, and is about lo purchase a beautiful roinsnlic small estate in the Pays tie Vaud, near Lausanne. New Bank Notbs. The machinery and plate for the II. notes have been completed some lime, nnd about one million and a half are printed 70,000 per day are. struck off, and the issue at the Bunk averages about 60,000, so that Ihere are plenty of Ones now ready but it is said ihe Directors have ordered the numbering those notes by machinery; consequently, it ivil! lake a considerable lime before they are completed.

The five-pound notes are also ready for but the larger ones are still in an unfinished stale. "Serious Loss. On Friday a Gentleman connected with a mercantile house, had to convey thirty-six bars of gold from the melters to the Bank, and having placed them in a hackney coach, the melter requested him to take one fur him." This was agreed lo, and on the conch arriving at the Uullioii-oflice, thirty-six bars were taken out, hut the one belonging to the melter, worth 500. was forgotten. The Royal Society of Literature, for the Encouragement of imfeont Merit, and the Promotion "i which we lately gave has been founded, at the suggestion ot Ins oi ij l-i ii i.iicK.ion jesty ami tne loiunvmg rieuuiiuis aic lumuiuniu tne years nun ikj 1.

The King's Premium of One Hundred Guineas, for Ihe best Dissertation nn the Age, Writings, and Genius of Homer; mid on the State of Religion, Society, Learning, and the Arts, din ing that period, collected from the wri lings of Homer. 2. The Society Premium of Fifty Guineas, for the best Poem nn Dartmoor. 3. he Society's Premium of Twenty-five Guineas, for the best Essay nn the History of the Greek Language of ihe present Language of Greece, especially io ldeTonian Islands; and on ihe Difference between Ancient and Modern Greek.

Sir Richard Phillips lias this month completed the fiftieth volume of the Monthly Magazine, being above twice as many as were published of the ManAp. bv ihe celebrated Edward Cave. Lilte Cavc loo, be has lived to sec his Journal become the most celebrated and prosperous ol its time, it is worthy of note', (bat during this long period he has never been prevented by ill-health from superintending every Number during ils publication hnd, being still in Ihe prime of life, it is said that be entertains Ihe hope of being able to extend his siiperiiilcmlaiice of the series even to a centenary of volumes. Anecdote on George two Owyhee Chiefs were introduced to his Majesty the other day at Carlton Palace. The King was amused with Iheir conversation thioHghan interpreter, and asked a gooff iiihei- things, the elder Chief lo'ld him lieliiiil six mines upon which his ()on wlicc li good-bumouredly observed.

jNnlinihslaiidlug which, Io 1 well 1 have but one, and i hnd ayniti that enough to manage I liefieclium on Public luriMicmx.On the Comiiienl ihe punishment of death is rarely inflicted but for murder. In Fiance, in Holland, in Germany, in Russia; it would not have been endured 10 Sweden or in Switzerland it would have excited horror: but in the streets of London, even during, and almost within sight of the recent horrible transactions, people were passing up and down upon their various business with apparent unconcern: so much for the hardening effect of public executions. This.barbarons practice, so repugnant lo Christianity, so revelling lo every ge-nerons and proper feeling, is, at the same lime, a very clumsy and inefficient method for obtaining Ihe ends proposed, viz. Ihe security nf person and property. Hauling has gone on until it seems to produce no effect "in deterring from crime.

A woman lately convicted of altering forged bank notes, confessed thai she hud been in the habit of doing it for two years, and during that time bad punctually attended at every execution. Hanging has gone on notwithstanding eycry remonstrance, unit yet crime increases to such a pitch, that, in passing through Fleet-street and the Strand in ihe middle of the day, people ore hustled and robbed with impunity. All this plainly proves that it is high time to resort to some rational method for the prevention of crime. The New Monthly Magazine. Our readers will he pleased lo hear lliat Mr.

Campbell ihe celebrated Author of the Pleasures tf Hope, has undertaken the Editorship of the. J) eve Monthly Magazine, and lliat besides various Poetical and other contributions, he intends to publish in the following Numbers of ibat Work bis Lectures en Poetry, lately delivered at ihe Royal -Institution. We are also enabled lo acquaint the public that in consequence of this arrangement an entire iNew Scries of the Work will be com-aicnced on Ihe 1st January next, so that persons who are not at present subscribers, may be enabled to commence as wiili'ii New Publication. Those who desire to avail themselves of this -favourable opportunity, should npt. delay to order the'New Series of their respective Booksellers or News Venders, as the knowledge lliat the work is henceforth to be conducted by so eminent a i iter may he espcclcd to cause a greater demand than the publishers will be prepared to war ment might be provided for her suitable to her rank He cancTuded his very by.

observ or, that it was impossible to view without feelings of great hrin and sorrow, the internal stale of the country, the'distrcss of the inannfacturmg ami coin inercial classes. Our external situation was equ-X fearful. The desire of liberty, winch had Ven couraged by the Sovereigns of Europe when they wished to combat an.l put down their common enemy, poleon, was now counteracted by a base conspir 1 Wl 'lie Of 1 HE 1-lOiy ill or looked back at Ihe-e circumstttnees, and regained 1 coniuetion with the past'and-with probj.bly i.iiu.tMi. ne.i- Jet CTnuMT I me, and he could seemed to speak in I omens and i the time than by quolin: 1 Pi And there shall be sage ironi on -mri in the moon, and the stais, ml upon the eartli distress of na ions, wi icr-lexitv the sea and the oaves roaring-mru 1 earb dii in for fear, and for looking after those things hi" are cumins on the earth." This was the true eof the anxiety felt by the. country I shame for Ihe past, fear and apprehension lo the ir.i.,r iTiimslanees.

Ins only Un it and their best resource was lo be fount) in the principles of the Constitution and in the spirit of the people. Tha J'hat hope was confirmed By me cunout i Ihe assembly follow the CJii ample thev were setting let iheui up- 1 (liMV llirll ut. proach the Throne like men rone itxx men i 1 hw mil affiUlSl HIluT ii'Mtiw power and the blandishments ot eurruplii enthusiastic, firm hut prudent, rout lerale but re u. nnd fearless, and the country might yet be s.ivl on silling down, was greeted Willi "On themo'tion of Mr. Xambton, seconded by Mr, Barrett, it was resolved that the Address to the King signed I bV thti High Thanks ot the Wee fn were voted "tu Earls Gre, aad Oarl.ngton, nndfo Mr.

Powleit, Members for ihe'CoiiDtvV and the Meeting dispersed. A numerous Meeting lias taken place at Wolverhampton, when a declaration, expressive oi loyally and unalterable attachment lo his JUujes r.n, and a determiimlion 10 suiiporl the constituted authorities of these realms was agreed to. Friday a numerous and respectable meeting was held at the Public Office, Binninghiim, Isaac Spooner, in i hp eha r. to 'consider oi mi wiui" to the King. The Rev.

Mr. Spry suuuiuieu dress lie had prepared, nnd wl.icn. Having ueen and put from the chair, was immediately and unanimously adopted. In Staffordshire there is a requisition in circulation, which will speedily be presented to the hherill, requesting him to call a Meeting tor the purpose ol considering the best means of securing ntir glorious Constilulitm equally against the dangerous dsigns of the seditious and disaffected on the one hand, and and abuses of Ministerial power on the other." A requisition for a Meeting of the County of Gloucester, signed by Lords Oucie and Sherborne, ami 60 "flier names nf the first respectability, has been presented lo the High Sheriff-, but that Gentleman has iiven a refusal, on the ground, that the requisition assumes, what he cannot admit," That the late measures in Parliament against the Queen were illegal and unconstitutional." It is not said, whether the Keqm-siliouisis intend to hold Meeting on their own responsibility. A Requisition for a Meeting in has been iransniitleil by Lord T'olkstoiie to the High Sheriff, subscribed bv nearly forty of the Magistrates and Freeholders of the county but the Slienll having declined to comply with the requisition, a County Meeting has been called on the Hth Jan.

by Lord Follistunrnnd ten other Magisliates. The Corporation of Cdnlerlimy met last week, when two Addresses to the King being rejected, third, excluding all political topics of the day, was agreed to. At'lhe. Citv of Lincoln Meeting, on lhurs-day, to vote a Loyal Address to the King, an amendment for the dismissal of Ministers was carried. Gkm'ine Loyalty.

Extract from the Woiks of that learned and pious Minister of the Church of England, Augustus Toplady. published 1794 True loyally extends lo one's country, as well as to the Prince: and to oppose tyranny is no breach of loyally. Loyally (as tlic very word i mplies) is such an attachment to ihe King and people as is founded on the Laws; and an hair's breadth beyond Law, true; loyally docs not go. So-Allegiance is obedience, ad Ugim, accordiog lo law. believer, therefore, a Prince oversteps law, loyalty itself obliges a loyal people to say tu such a Prince, as the Almighty to the sea' Hitherto shall thoiilcome and no The Queen.

On Monday morning several Deputations passed through Fiect-slreet and the Strand, on Iheir way lo Urandenburgh House, to present Addresses of Congratulation to the Queen. Among others were tliose of Ihe Ship-builders, Caulkers, and Sail-makers, all on foot, fhey were highly respectable and very numerous, extending if r-F Thpv earried a great variety of splendid banners with suitable in scriptions, aim iliso eminent vnai vcral brunches of their trades. Every Deputation was preceded by a band of music. Crowds of well-dressed females accompanied them, and with great numbers of men, not included in the Deputation', filled the ilag-wnys. Several other Deputations followed in open landaus.

The most novel, and by far the most striking, was that of (he Highlanders residing in London. They were all in full Highland dresses, each having a tartan jacket and kilt, with the plaid rich folds over the shoulder, hose, purse, dirk, black velvet stock, and bonnet blue," decorated with the eagle plume" mixed with ostrich feathers. A sort of collar of while silk, was worn over ihe plaid, and a large rosette nf white ribband on Ihe breast. lh- procession consisted or twelve mnouoa Wit" wlilte noises me posiinwns ii clolhes, waistcoats, and bats, with white cockades, and buff jackets. Two Highland pipers sat in the first landau, and at at half-past eleven o'clock, when the procession moved forward, a pibroch waked ijs wild voice anew," and fired (heir Hielaod blud with micklei'lee." A large flag of silk plaid with sky-blue sfreaine'is was.

carried in the snine landau, he spec tacle was in every respect moat imeiesinig. crowd assembled to see-this procession was very large and seemed lo participate cordially in the feelings of the Highlanders. At half-past eleven o'clock her Majesty entered Hie Grand Saloon ut Brandenbiirgh-housc, superbly attired, and attended by her Vice-Chamberlain Lady Hamilton, Prince Arcolani, Marquis Antaldi, Lieut. General Sir R. Ferguson, H.

Brougham, Esq. M. P. Aldcramu Wood, M. P.

Mr. Wood, jun. and having taken her station on the small throne creeled at the upper part of the room, the numerous Addresses (iimounting to foily-six) were presented to her. The Highland Deputation consisted of about thirty or forty Gentlemen, and nbimt twelve Ladies (the hitler also in the Highland costume), who entered the room, preceded by' the pipes playing Ihe Highland laddie." Her Majesty viewed the entrance of this Deputation with delighted astonishment, and appeared peculiarly gratified. The Ladies and Gentlemen having arranged themselves before the throne, I).

Currie, Esq. presented the Address, tvliieh was read in Giictic by 3 Ross, Esq. Mr. Alderman Wood, by her Majesty's command, rend the following Answer: It is with unfeigned complacency that I accept this unless tribute of glowing affection and generous loyally from an assembly of the -metropolis, who are na'lives of that romantic region where the spirits of departed warriors still speak in the winds, swim upon the clouds, or gleam. upon the hills.

1 inn well aware thai ihey come from that land which is renowned for faithfulness to ils Chiefs, and that Iheir fathers bled for a Sovereign who had no other claim lo tlu irsup-port butthat which grief gives to the faded cheek and to the sunken eye. They arc natives of that land, where adversity attracts more regard than the smiles of fortune; where the houseless have a home, and the friendless never want a friend. I was sure that griefs like those which I have undergone, would not beau ob-cct of indifference lo those who were horn and reared 'in (tint district where the brave are sensitive, and the sensitive brave. Their minds could not contemplate willi path a fond mother, ronmiuglikc an exile in a distant land, while her only child was, in vain, imploring her presence with that look of solicitude, and that gaze of importunity, that mark the purling hour. The dark cloud oF death soon covered her snowy breast! deep and general was the lament when her heart beat no more! Grief sat on every brow, and the face of the country appeared as if the desolating blast had traversed the land.

Her tomb was the tomb of virtue'; affection sepulchred her memory in every heart. The years that arc passed, and are to be no more, are hut as things thai have only an ideal existence in the memory; but still they may cause the eye to stream with tears, or the bosom to heave with regret. The loveliness that has smik into the grave is still lovclv in the mind; and in that form in which virtue 'hns made its abode; death is not lasting in oblivion, hni increased rind permanent reminiscence. It is truth, it is integrity, it is benevolence, it is the amiable, the generous, the sincere, or, in one word, it is the goodness, pure and holy, that converts the mortal into the immortal, the dying into the ever-living, the shadow into the substance, the fugitive into (be fixed, time into eteriiilv The Highlanders: and iheir Ladies then kissed Im nils i thev were most graciously received. The Queen seemed particularly pleased with present of I a bouqufl hum uuf ol lie young wtutcs oi u.c yepu KIND THE KINGDOM CAB THE PXJBLJC AGAIMST THE NUMEROUS IMiTATrmtTB rSlJSV OUT THE UJiG' AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT AEp Amlover, ANN Maud I Ncwchnrch 1 iaR OlttrV Alton, J.

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Cambridge, is to be erected in a field belonging to St. John's College, on the N. of the Mndingly road, which commands a view all round without a single obstructi on. The astronomical instruments already oruereu 101 it, will amount to of 2300. the present subscription for building Ihe observatory exceeds Capt.

Holt's match, to go on foot 300 miles in five days, mid to touch on ten different cmui- I ids wmi Oil niirht. bv the arrival of the Captain at Hammersmith. He had forty-four miles to do on the fifth day. He did them in twelve hours, and on the whole did not seem much fatigued. Monday II.

W. Green, a younir, man ol Bedford, for a wager, walked six miles in the short space of fifty-six minutes J'ive valuable horses, the property of Mr. Brown, of Scamplon, Lincnlshire. died about a fortnight ago, by poison, supposed to have been intentionally mixed Willi Iheir food and the sweepings of the manger having been thrown into the cow-yard, were eat eh by one of the cows, who died in a few days. The value of the horses and cow was not less than 'iOO.

No evidence is yet obtained likely to convict the perpetrator of this gross act of villainy. At. the Surrey Sessions. Richard Ernes, for cutting off and carrying away the tails and' manes of several horses, was sentenced lo oe iransporn-o im seven years. Within the last twelve months this delinquent hsd thus docked no less than two hundred horses in Kent and Surrey Wednesday morning, J.

Dempsey, late private. iiitheJ3lh regiment, was executed at Edinburgh for the murder of R. Simpson and J. Pearson, at Greenock. Dempsey was a native of Ireland.

On Friday evening, ahout half-past six o'clock, M. cialdi, Intffa-perfd'rmer at the Opera, met an untimely death by the bursting of a self-acting cooking apparatus. M. Naldi was invited to dine with his Colleague, M. Garcia, who, agreeably to his wish shewed hiiii this novel operation of conking; when the formrr imnrmlenilvslonned the hcnt-rczulntor an explosion instantly took place, and the lid severed the.

skull of M. Naldi and laid him dead on the spot; M. Garcia received a wound on the head, but it is hoped that it is not dangerous. M. Naldi had withdrawn from the stage about two months ago.

Paris Paper. At the lute public dinner, given at Montgomery, to celebrate the birth and christening of the son of 'Sir Wntkin William Wynn, one of the Veomcn present actually devoured the following articles: About half a pound of salmon, with apple sauce! a pound of roast beef, with cabbage and custard! the leg of a goose and the leg of a turkey, with an appropriate quantity of potatoes; half of a pigeon pie, consisting of four pigeons, with oyster sauce; three jellies, and nearly two pounds of pudding; a good quantity of bread and cheese and celery. Seeing biscuits aiiiong-t the desert, he called fur a plate of butter, and swallowed seventeen of them. An eminent Barrister, some time since observing a witness he was about to cross-examine particularly thoughtful, addressed him thus Come, Mr. liacanfaci, what arc you thinking about?" The countryman, pausing a little, scratched his head, and coolly replied" I have been just a thinking, your honour, hat a charming dish my 6con face and your calf's head would make The foj; early on Monday was so dense in the metropolis and "its vicinity, that the stage conches going from and returning to it, were obliged lo observe the utmost caution to prevent accidents and the craft nu the river, obliged to pass up and down, were constantly necessitated lo hail each other to avoid running foul.

Candles were lighted tn almost every house until about two o'clock. The Duke of Bedford, at Wnnsford, the beginning of the present month, with six a tiallui: 'amongst the game. The return of the tirsl ihiv was S-f pheasants, hares, and a cart-load of rabbits and the second day was also very large. A sturgeon, measuring six feet three inches long has been senf by some gentlemen at Falmouth, as a presrni to the Queen. The Welch hills find those of Cumberland and Westmoreland are now deeply covered witn snow.

Corn-Exchange, Wednesday, Dec. 20. What remained over from Monday's supply met very heavy sale this morning, owing to its inferior quality; hut what was disposed' of, obtained Monday's prices. Fine Barley sold on good terms as on Monday, but there was nil demand for the ordinary samples, except in small quuntilies, for grinding, at from 21s. lo 23s.

per quarter cheapec. Beans am! Pcasnre Is. perqr. lower, having more at market this week tntta there i a demand for, Chkistmas. One of the least pleasing effects of modern refinement is the havoc it has made among the hearty old holiday customs.

It has completely taken off the sharp toiichings and spirited reliefs of these establishments of life, and has worn down society into a mere smooth and polished, but certainly a less characteristic, surface. Many of the games and ceremonials of Christmas have entirely disappeared, and, like the sherris sack of old F'alsiaff, are become mutters of speculation and dispute among commentators. They nourished in times full of spirit and lusti-hood, when men enjoyed life roughly, but heartily and vigorously times wild and picturesque, which have furnished poelry wilii its richest materials, and the drama with its most attractive variety of characters and manners. The world has become more worldly. There is more dissipation, nnd less of enjoyment.

Pleasure has expanded into a broader, but a shallower stream and has forsaken many of those deep and ouiet channels where it flowed sweetly through tin- calm bosom of domestic life. Society has acquired a mere enlightened and elegant tone; nut it tms lost many of its strong local peculiarities; its homebred feel in sp, its honest fireside delights. The traditionary customs of golden-hearted antiquity, its feudal hospitalities, and' iordlv wassailings, have; nassd away with the baronial ensiles and stately manor-houses in which thev were celebrated, tney comported witn urn shadowy hall, the great oakeii gallery, and the lapes-iried parlour; but arc unfilled lo the light showy saloons and gay drawing-rooms of the modern villa. Shorn, however, us it is. of ils ancient and test ive honours, Christmas is still a period of delightful excitement in England.

It is gratifying to sec that home feeling completely moused, which seems to bold so powerful a place in every English bosom. Ihe. pre, parnlions making on every side for the social board that is again to unite friends and kindrcd-the presents of "ood' ciiecr passing and repassing, those tokens of regard ami quickeners of kind fecliog-thc evergreens bouses and churches, emblems or peace and gladness all these have the most pleasing effect in producing fond associations, and kindling benevolent sympathies. Even the sound of the waits, rude as may be their minstrelsy, breaks upon the mid-walehes of a winter night with the effect of perfect harmony. As 1 have been awakened by them in that still and solemn hour 'when deep sleep f'alletli upon I Imve listened with a hush delight, and, connecting- them with the sacred and joyous occasion, have almost fancied them into another celestial choir, announcing peace and goodwill to mankind.

How delightfully the imagination, when wrought upon by t10sc. nl0rai influences, turns every thing to melody er(T ff and beauty The very crowms of the cock, woo is sometimes heard in the profound repose of the country, idling the night-watches to his feathery was thought by the common people lo announce the approach of this sacred festival Some sny, that ever 'gainst lliat season covnes Wlieriini our Saviour's birth is cch-huueil, This bird of dawning siiiRClh all night lone Ami then, they say, no spirit dares slir tihrciad; The nights are wholesomethen do planels strike, No fairy takes, no witch hath power to chai-in, So ami so trraeitms is ttic time. Amidst the general call lo happiness, the bustle of the spirits, and stir of the affeclions, which prevail at this period, what bosom can remain insensible It is, indeed, the season of regeneraletl feeling the season for kindling, not merely the lire of hospitality in the hull, but the genial flame of charity iu the heart. The scene of early love again rises green to memory beyond the sterile waste of years; and the idea of home, fraught with the fragrance of hoinc-divellitig joys, reanimates Ihe droooins spirit as the Arabian breeze will sometimes waft the freshness of the distant fields to the weary pilgrim of the desert. The Sketch Book.

THE CHARACTER OF AN HONEST MAN. Nor High Church, nor Low Church, nor Tory norWhig, Nor young Coxcomb, nor formal old Prig; can laugh at a Jest, if not told of Time, 'And excuse a Mistake, but nol flatter a Crime; Unbiass'd I view things around us they pass, Nor squint at the GreuZ through a blackening glass; The faults of my friends I'd scorn to expose And detest private scandal, tho' cast on my foes; 1 put none to the blush upon pretence, For Immodesty shucks both Eo'od manners and sense No one's Person I hate, though their conduct I blume, 1 can censure a Crime, witnout naming a name. To amend, not, expose, is the turn of my mind, For reproof must be lost, if ill-nature be joined 5 When Merit appears, if in rags 1 respect it, reject it. A nd will plead t'irlue's cause, though the world should Cool Reason 1 bow to, where-ever 'tis found, And rejoice when No Parly I servein no quarrel I join Nor damn ihb-opinion that differs from -mine. No Corruption I screen, tho' no VYcusiin am a Friend to my Country, yet true to my King.

HIS Gazette announces tnat oirx. Blake has been re wm ana ijeJ 0.,, jssq. as consul ai uwiiyjuuu, morf Gazette also contains 'y Addres ses -I. iiTlt. HUOilC UOUieS.

Iiic Alt-1 Kg, iivm ihiw Alexander tlws id JtmesMmray, l.eaUcntmii street, don, marchattts uiprrhant ichirtPrt.uj, cewsra ueeiioit, innnuracturer Robert Brown, bit of Sheffield, ilraper Foreman, Kcl.lebi.rgh, SiilMk, Wm. Frail, Walsall, SlntToiu. retailer nf inc Joseph Stater, late of -Wolverhampton, MurTord, lUr John Hav, Kenihvbrth, Warwick, builder aamuci stun, ii LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1820. Letters from Pctcrsburgh of the 21st ult. state, that the Kmpernr hasissuedan order for before a Court Martial those Officers and jnv of dissolved, aim tne wnoie wi inu orporriled in the several Regiments of the line.

The advices from Spain mention the disco-very of a conspiracy against, the Constitution) in a Monastery of Madrid, belong ne to the Or den of Prancis. Several of the Monks have been arr sic I. TheVholcof the wilUia hasbcea mwiwd new sjNfflWcwistltotefa toree of 80,000 men. mFmmmX froperty, sale, found, immediate purchasers The pioouie has 3 A honsp os imaled at only compreuenus me guuuo to say, the thousandth part ot the great mass of the M.niil Letters and Tapers are received from the .1.. Tup mil.

Cnpeot uonn Hope we imu 1 moiitv which had prevailed among some of Ihe sc It ers from Great Britain, at Algoa Bay, had almost entirely subsided. The Governor had issued a Proclamation, in consequence of the increase of population various Ilemreeden. or IMaeis- pirtsui llic uuhmivi r. nlm nillrnllOII Of UStlCC The Paris Papers or Saturday arc withoitt 'interest. The uuamber ot reers i Inhe'nnVe, or small Almnnnck, for the year 1821, published by the Bureau of Longitude, Hie total population of France is slated 29,21 ,465.

1 he tmimlation of Paris is 713,765. In 1819 there were 24,314 births (more than 67 a day), of whom 8,611 were natural children. There were 22.071 'deaths. The following is an exti nct of a letter from Port-an-IVinco, dated the 17lh of October Hie city isagiiin quiet; the Troops are all in the Piurtn, with President liojer nt their heiid-every place he has appeared before has surrendered ami he is pushiiig on for the Cape, where the people are soul only to wait his arrival 10 cut off the heads of the Royal Family, The Secretary sends ymi the enclosed 1 10-clamutinn for publication. Collee is cohiidk in.

id small parcels, and will, probably, be plentiful in At St. Mitre's were found 111 the Kings stores, about of collee, of cotion, and of tugars, nil of which are expected here daily." sable monarch possessed as much talent and much ferocity as most of the conquerors who have figured in history, and exercised their powers on a more extended scale. Originally slave on the Island of St. Kill's, and afterwards a cook's male on boiird of ship, he became the founder of a kingdom, and preserved a regularity and obedience to authority amongst his subjects, which cannot but excite admiration in spite of the arbitrary severity with which his orders were enforced. He was 111 the habit of corresponding with Mr.

Wilberforce. He ntnbliihed' schools on the Lancastrian -system, and institution, called the Royal College, trom which teachers were sent to the several districts of his territory. In addition to his extensive military establishment, and his royal guards, which were splendidly equipped, there was also in Christophe's dominions a regiment of PTomm, called the Amazonisms," of whom his Queen was Colonel. And what was infinitely of more importance to the Rights of Women, Christophe, with his usual arbitrary violence, introduced matrimony, which was almost unknown in St. Domingo; this he effected by making a tour of his territories accompanied by his Archbishop, and compelling couples to jje united in Wedlock.

growing importance of the Canadas to the mother couiifry, and to the Biituh West Indies in particular, becomes every year more obvious. The importation of British Rtim this year into the Port of Quebec only exceeds simen thousand puncheons. A private letter from.Paris, dated on Fri-dnyiaat, says, The novelties here at present arc by ntt means of an amusing nature on the contrary. Ih'eynre rather of a kind to make one terrified at human nature For the last month the papeis have been filled with the details of the most horrid murders, assassination, and suicides. At one time, it is a confidential servant who deliberately places a quantity of gunpowder under his master's bed, blows him up, and throws himself out of the window.

Then a young wife conducts Jier paramour to her husband's bed-side 10 imirde him while he slerps. A son was euectited here hist week for on attempt to shoot his father and a you nsr lad, or rather demon, is under sentence of death in for having attempted a luiu? preinediiaied and deeply contrived plan of- poisoning his whole fmuily, consisting of thirteen persons. At Marseilles, a duel is fought between two brolhcrs. There are frequent accounts of infanticides, and, as for suit-ides, they lire without number, and some of thein of the most extraordinary nature. A few days back two school boys, of the age of fifteen, Made a mulch to commit suicide oneoftlicm succeeded in blowing his own brains out, and the other lies dangerously wounded.

You may frequently read of old men and women of seventy and eighty years of age putting themselves to. death, and without any apparent cause, as some of them tire stated, to have been well otfin the world. Inn. word, not to. continue this frightful catalogue, it would appear as if.

a general virago hnd taken possession of the heads of the. community, and one is nlmost forced to give some credit to the assertion so often made, that the ueople are completely demoralized. This is prnpnbly first general reflection that a stranger in Paris makes, if he walk the Uonlevards, or east his eyes upon the print shops, where are displayed even to nnuscai numberless caricatures and prints of the most obscene, filthy, and disgusliug nnlnre 1 much blame on this account cerliiiuly attaches to the censors of the press (who have likewise a conlronl over engravings, These Gentlemen, who are lynx-eyed 111 detecting, and most inexorable in suppressing, the lightest political slip of the pen, seem totally blind to those glaring attacks upon decency and morality and appear to aiford the most unbridled licence to those groveling artists who basely pervert their talent in thus pandering to the disgusting and depraved tase of the Parisian public." The Spanish Cartes. This assemblage is com-1 Snsed of about 184 members. Among them are three tisliopsjind thirty Priests, the latter not officiating in their clerical capacity, but elected with the others as ordinary'meriibers; the remainder is -eommised of the principal merchants, military farmers, arid lawyers; Their sittings are generally from ten in the morning till three in the afternoon, nnd, as occasion may require, they also assemble during the evening Their speeches are generally short, and most ot the members deliver tlteir opinion on every subject that is discussed; they usually deliver their opinions in as few words as possible, so that every member has an opportunity of Every month a new Presideut or Speaker is elected by ballot out of the body of the Representatives.

The Representatives nfe chosen by tre people of every province, who appoint their in- proportion as the place is extensive. These 4epuim mc om uiu choice of the Representatives. For every sev.inty thousand inhabitants there is one Representative, every housekeeper having the right to vote, which right he exercises in Choosing the electors. 'There is a new regulation to be put in force in the next year, which will prevent persons voting ho cannot read nnd write. A British Tiiirsi.i.BR.

The following singular article is extracted from a German Paper: St. i'ETERsiruRGU, jvW. 21. The celebrated pedestrian, the british Sea Captain. Cochrane; arrived on the 25th of August at the Fort of Vstkanicngorisch, with letters of introduction to the Commandant, Col.

Liancnurl, nnd to the Tax-dircctnr Von Sol.olowitsch, in (he Fort Buktarminsk. Having taken some refreshment at the residence of the latter, he set out in the evening Jo pursue his journey 60 wersty (something less than 40 jinglish miles) further' towards the Chinese Cordon, And in that direction to perfect his route. In that Httempt he was disappointed, for Die great heat, ami the inseplk, 'lintl compelled the Chinese to uiihdniw into the' Altai Mountains. Cochrane caire back on the 27th, rind erribiirke'r (in 1h'e Bttklaniia, and mfter-wardson the iirjsch, in order to reach the Fort I'st-Kanr'engorisi'h. JljiirilpMion was Jo proceed ii Irkutsk nnd Kamptschntka-.

He i of the middle siye, meaire, and possessed ii constitution filled lot'itdutc iht fa- nn JL hoi li inS c. I. gaaniiichthick, in he keen, hsst and pen-Umfe,, sump sea cntins, a i -trriVed at Deptford from the Arctic wre" p7id off o'n Thursday. The Orfffi Cei l.v ihci'Vv bomb, which is to be utuuoni dher yiige fo the Polar Regions, on a plan ore ex e. sive'am! complete than hitherto iVdopted--The Ihnc nice, which was furnished to the ships, froze, and lo bv the buvsliugof the bottles precautions led ken "to guard against the like misfortune it me On Saturday, tl ic several curiosities brought the Sek weie landed, to he deposited in the British Museum.

Letters from Liverpool mention the failure ot an extensive house there. The The Times of tins morning returns to the charge of the King's having been recently very health, in the following We stated on Sin i-l-iv la with regret, Hut the King had been ami had lost 80 ounces of blood on two "ucccssivi days. A contradiction was given to hi siatement, in Courier, in such a mnnner as to convince us that our account was true. As otliu hnwew? nwv he equally acquaiiilrd those lif. ed expressions of rontrndictioij which to our car Sey perfect confirmntinn, we think it proper to at his Maiesty was as as we mentioned to have been, nnd did undergo the operation to which we alluded.

The Duchess of Clarence and the infant Puii-cess ctinue in awimproviiig state. Yesterday ng the day appointed by royal coo.mand, for Hie presentation to us Majesty of the Loyal Address from the University of Oxfotd, preparations Were made for the reception of he )e-ut tiol. at Carlton House. At three chick notice Us gheo that the procession was ready to procee to the Palace, a numerous (rain issued from he Om ie Hall, bended by Lord Gretnillc, Chancellor of the University, and Dr. Lee, tne their rubes they were followed by an immense mim-f Momllers of the University attired acc-ord- i nf ihe University attired accord- lit I VI lilt- im ranks.

Ainiinsist them were r.l,;,.f Abbott Sir Win. Scott, Sir C. Robmson.Mr. justice Holvoyd, Sir C. t.nndnn.

His Maiesi Sir C.S. in nief in," ucMiiu' i received the UeiiVitation on his Throne, and surrounded ru -i by his Cabinet Ministers aim pimu'ii." 'i received aim answered in the most cniclous manner, rind the Deputation had the honour of kissing his Majesty's hand. Durham County Meeting. On Wednesday, pursuant to requisition, a Public Meeting of the Freeholders of this County was held in the County Courts in ibis City, to take into consideration the measures that have been pursued for the degretliilion of the Queen, and the propriety of presenting Petitions to both Houses of Parliament, praying that they would tnke such sleos as will effectually prevent the recurrence of proceedings alike unconstitutional their nalure, disgusting and pernicious in their tendency. The Meeting was attended by an immensely numerous nssrmhlrve of Gentlemen of rcspeciahilityaiiil property.

The II igh Sheriff having taken the Chair, Wr LAvm-nx (the County Member) addressed the Meeting at great length, in reprobating the conduct of Ministers towards her Majesty. The worthy Member said that after the most mature consideration, he telt himself bound to declare that nothing had been proved to authorise the debellation ot her Majesty from her I'Mits nild privil-'ges as Queen Consort. Vehement thus stating Ins opinion, lie iniisi uiso express hisconviclion that the charges against the Queen originated in a conspiracy, which had been matured by years of treachery, fostered by hnnds winch ought to have spurned such dirty work, and connived at and encouraged by the Ministers, and those who might to have supported her when she was deprived of that protector which, though smitten by the hand of God, oori ihrmiirli his own personal agency, vet hnd thrown a shield over her, by the effect of his character and the remembrance nf his unshaken, though often tried, confidence in her virtue nun innocence Subject to-these persecutions, but with an unbroken spirit, she returned to England, refusing the oroferred bribe of.50,OOOf. a-yeur tendered to induce her to stay away (applause)- She threw herself upon the justice of the people of this country they received ,.,,.1 nw.o.werl her: ihev deceived her not; they in sulted her nut but trampled her enemies under her feel, and raised nerio an cmmi-nuc wiitmn-fore by any crowned head (cheers). Never let her tor-get the debt nf gratitude she owed to the people and never let the people forget the proof they have given of the mightiness of their power, nor cense to exert in a peaceable but energetic manner, and our domestic differences would be at an end (applause).

With regard to the evidence in support oi mc imufrj, mr nwmu only observe, that it consisted entirely of the slanders si.riuinisj nnd It was curious to observe. that the charges commenced at the time those servants were enened as part of her household, and not a hisper was heard against her after they quilted her service iflnnffluseV Those wretches appear to. have distorted every act of the Queen, so as to wear the semblance ot p-uili Her Bond qualities and amiable character were lumen to nrr uisiwwiiigr. a.j the indecencies attributed to the games and ploys i performed before her Majesty. Upon this part of the subject he could slale an anecdote upon minority ot some, weight, with which perhaps, the roeet- ing were not acqiiiiiuiu-ii.

rpriscd to hear thai the pious pr, mcnoias vausu- tart, Ihe Pnli on ot Uioie sociencs ana wnu nrnpiio-atetl 'Religion abroad and promoted Gambling at hinne, had been guilty ot tae gross indecency oi plnyiiK at blitidmmi's half with her Majesty, when Princess of Wales (laugkler). Indeed, he had heard that Ihe present Lord Chancellor, nnd a Lord Redes-dale, had committed a similar crime. He did not know wlietner mr. unci on lened th other day Dr. Cantwcll, had been one of tlic parly, but he had heard from good authority that the other worthies were and he knew also that if the Bill of Pains and renames-nan come uuw in im-Douse of Commons, it was intended to have summoned ihiop frolirksome statesmen to bear testimony to the iiinotenl character of those nmusemeitts.

(Mauls of concluded by propo-ing Ihe Resolutions aiid Address to his lum to order the restoration of the ivtceu's name to the. Liturgy, and to recommend to Parliament the immediate adoption of such measures as may he necessary fur securing to herMaiesty a provision suuauie 10 uerc.meu and station. Two petitions were imewise voted to Parliament to the Lords, praying mem -mo use their endeavours towards the final settlement ot the unhappy question regarding the Queen, by giving her such an establishment as her rank requires, and by restoring her name to (lie Liturgy, fioni which it hud been imrirdvidenili and unjustly excluded;" the Petition to the Commons, praying them to institute an immediate, full, and rigorous inquiry into the appoint ment find conduct or me iiiiuui V.UU1IIUM1UI1.' Mr. I5iiinETT seconded the motions. Mr.LiBDEtL rose lo address the meeting.

Tic totally iho Address to his Maieslv, as well as the advice given him of restoring to the Qiieen all the and dignities Belonging 10 ner si.uuni ygrmms and hUtOt), for, laying aside" the charges as well as all hrnnztit in suuiiort of iheui, still lie con sidered, after the 'celebiated letter which she had ad dressed to HIS ttiajcsty, uiui am; i to iiun rio-hts. fifctaO-jThc lust resource of a notorious criminal, was to revile the Court by which she.wastobe-tried.-(Mr. voice was here com- nletely drowned liy cries or siiame ami im uuu; Many measures, he thought, might have had abetler chance of success, and been adopted with inure confidence by but as it was, he did not ace how ibe business could have been managed much worse. I end -cheers. In saying- this, he.did not admit that the innocence of the Queen had been t.Msss.) The greatest charges of the indelicacies against her character, had not been disproved.

(Cries of no, no, a Ik!) Earl GitBT rose to address the Meeting, and was received with several distinct rounds of applause, lie expressed his high satisfaction with jthe Resolutions the Bill of Paiiis and Penalties had. been properly described as impolitic, unnecessary, and unjust, nnd every word of -that description he subscribed to. His Lorthhip then went into a review of the Queenscasc (in which he was frequently interrupted by expressions of applause), and concluded by saying, he knew mil whether any further proceedings were meditated her Majesty. But when he adverted to the language used, and the calumnies and insults directed toward her in those prints which were devoted and subservient to the Ministry, he could not but admit that- there was strong ground for suspicion and i Hmr. The net of striking her Majesty's name out of the Liturgy had not yet been atoned and instead of a provision uewg maue uir irei uy imiia-ment suitable lo her rank and dignity, and which P.uliument would no doubt have clieeflully granted, she had only an uncertain dependence on Ministers, doled out to iler that which' it was their duty to have lo Parliament 1 bestow, to (lie opinion or mr.

uiuuen, this was a case above' all others that called upon the people of Eirgiiitid to approach the throne in language thai not be misunderstood, praying, as a means of enlniing the public hgilution, that the Quern's ii.tinc i he rt-sl'-'iid tu the Liturgy, tint! tmit an.

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