The Duke of Sudermania, the king's three flags of truce, furnished with authourcle, having assumed the Government rity, arrived the bead-quarters, and as Regent, is deri the following

signed the surrender of the place. On Proclamation

the 27th, at soven o'clock in the morn

ing, the town 16 We, Charles, by the grace of God, He.

was occupied by the divie

sion of Mermet, and by a brigade of dragoons. reditary Prince of Sweden, 'he Go.hs, Vandals, &. Duke of Sudermania, Grand Ad.

On the same day the garrison was disarmed:

the disarming also produced 3000 musque s. miral, &c. &c. Jo deciare, that, under ex. isting circumstances, his Majesty is incapa. have been remanded to their villages — The

The people who do not belong to Ferrui, ble to act, or to conduct the important affairs of the nation. We have therefore, (being during the insurrection, have been arrested.

men who had stained themselves with bloud the nearest and only branch of the fansily of Admiral Obregon, whom the people had ar." age) been induced for the time being, as id. ministrator of the Kingdom, to take the

rested during the insurrection, has been put reins of Government into our hands, which, found in the port three vessels of 112 guns,

at the head of the arsenal.' There have been with the help of the Almighty, we will con. duct, so tha: the nation may reg in peace,

two of 88, one of 7t, two of 64, three iriboth at home and abroad, and that trade and

gares, and a considerable number of corvettes, commerce may revive from their languishing brizs, and unarmeu vessels, more than 1500

pices of cannon of every size, and ammu. statc. “ Our inviolable intention is, to consult

nition of all kinds It is probable that but

for the precipitate retreat of the English, with the States on the means to be taken to render the future time happy to the people occupied Ferrol, and seized this beautiful

and the attair of the 16th, they would have of Sweden. We invite and command, therefore, all the inliabitants of our nation, our

squadron. The military and naval officers

have taken the oath to King Joseph with the forces by sea and land, and also the civil offi.

greaiest enthusiasm. what they relate of cers of all degrees, to obey us, as our real

their sufferings from the lowest classes of the intention, and their own welfare, demand. We recommend you all to the protection of people and the English, is inconceivable.

Order reigns in Gallicia, and the authoGod Almighty. “ Done at Stockholm Palace,

rity of the King is re established in this the 13th March, 1809.

province, one of the most considerable of

the Spanislı Monarchy.


General Laborde has found at Corunna, on the sea-shore, seven pieces of cannon, which the English had buried on the 16th, not

being able to take them away. Thirty-Second Bulletin of the French Army. Li Romana, abandoned by the English and The Duke of Dalmatia being arrived be.

his own troops, has fled with 500 men,

in fore Ferrol, caused the place to be invested.

order to throw himself into Andalusia. Negotiations were begun. The civil autho. There remained at Lisbon only about 4 or rities, and the military and naval officers 5000 Englishmen. All the hospitals and all manifested a disposition to surrender, but the the magazines were embarked, and the gar. people, fomented by the spies whom the rison were preparing to abandon this nation, English left, resisted. On the 24th the as indignant at the perfidy of the English, as Duke of Dalmatia received two messsengers, they are disgusted by the difference of manone sent by Admiral Melgarejo, commander ners and religion, by the brutal intemperance of the Spanish squadron, and the other, who of the English troopis, and that arrogance and came across the mountains, sent by the min ill-founded pride which render this nation litary commanders. These couriers were

odious to the Continent. both sent without the knowledge of the peo

Thirty- Third Bulletin. ple. They stated that the authorities were The Duke of Dalmatia arrived at Tuy on under the yoke of a furious populace, excited the 10th of February. The whole province and paid by the agents of England, and that is subdued. 8000 men belonging to the city and its envi. He collected all his forces in order to cross rons were in arms. The Duke of Dalmatia the Minlio on the following day. He was to had to resolve upon opening the trenches; reach Oporto between the 15th and 20th, but from the 24th to the 25th, various and Lisbon between the 20th and the 28th. movements were manifest in the town,

The The English bave emba:ked at Lisbon in 17th regiment of light infantry had repaired order to abandon Portugal. The rage of the to Mugardos; the 31st regiment of light in- Portuguese was at its utmost height, and fantry were at the forts of La Palma and every day, considerable and bloody conflicts Saint Martin, and at Lagrana; and as they between the English and Portuguese cook blockaded the fort of Saint Philip, the people place. began to fear the consequences of an assault, In Gallicia, the Duke of Elchingen has and to listen to men of sense. On the 26th, completed the organization of the province.



Admiral Massaredo has arrivedat Ferrol, and On the 26th the town was seriously attack has begun to revive the labours of that impor. ed, and the batteries were unmasked, and ati tant arsenal.

noon on the 27th the breach was practicable in Peace is restored in all the provinces onder several places ; the troups were lodged in the the command of the Duke of Istria, which lie' monastry o: San-in-Gracia. The division of between the Pyrenees, the sea, Porrug+l, and Grandjean entered some thirey houses. Colo. the chain of mountains which cover Madrid. nel Caloiscki, and the soldiers of the Weix l, Security follows days of disorder and desola. distinguished themselves. At the same motion

ment, the General or Division Morlar, in an The Dake of Belluno has marched to Ba attack upon the left wing, made himself mas dajoz; lie has restored to peace and disarmed ter of the whole fore-ground of the enemy's de the whole of Lower Estramadura.

fence. Captain Guettenar, at the head of the Saragossa has surrendered; the calamities pioneers, and 36 grenadiers of the 44: h regiwhich have befallen this unhappy town, are a ment, hid, with a rare intrepidity, ascended terrible example to the people. The peare

the breach. N. Babieski, an officer of the which has been rescored in Saragossa exiends Voltigeurs of ine Weivel, a young man, se to the whole of Arragon; and the iwo armies venteen years of age, and covered with seven which were around the town have been set at wounds, was the first who appeared upon the Siberty, Saragossa was the centre of the insur breach. The Chief of Battalion. Lejune; rection of Spain; it was in this town that the Aide-de-Camp to the Prince of Neufchatel. party was formed which wished to call in a distinguished himself, and received two slight Prince of the House of Austria to reign on the wounds. The Chief of Battalion, Haxo, is Tagus. The individuals of this party had also siiglicly wounded, and likewise distinpartly inhented these actions which are irre, guished himself. vocably destroyed, rom theirancestors, during On the 30th, the monasteries of the Moni. the War of the Succession.

que and the Greek Augustines were occupied. The circumvention of Saragossa was consi- Sixty houses were possessed by undermining. dered as inexpedient; and a free cummunication The miners of the 14tii regiment distinguished was left open, in order that the insurgents themselves. might be informed of the deteat of the English On ihe 1st of February, General Lacoste reo and their infamous Hight out of Spain. It was ceived a ball, and died on the field of honour. on the 16th of January that the English were He was a brave and distinguished officer. He driven into the sea at Corunna, and it was on has been lamented by coc whole army, but the 26th that the operations before Sa agossa møre especially by the Emperor. Col. Regniat were seriously begun. The Duke of Munte succeeded him in the command of the engi. bel.o arrived there on the 20rh, in order to as neers, and in the management of the siege. sume the command of the seige.

The enemy defended every house. Three athe was assured that the intelligence which was tacks were made by niines, and every day sevebrought into the town had no effect, and that ral houses were blown up, and afforded the a few Monks governed the minds of the peo. troops an opportunity of stacioning themselves ple, be resolved to put an end to these indul. in ocher houses. gences; fifty thousand peasants were collected Thus we proceeded to the Cosso (a great on the left bank of the Ebro : at "urdiguera street in Saragossa), where we made ourselves the Duke of Treviso attacked them with three masters of the Public School and University. regiments; and notwithstanding the one posi. The enemy endeavoured to oppose miners to tion they possessed, the 64th regiment routed miners; but, less used to this sort of operation, them, and threw them into disorder. The 10th their miners were every day discovered and sur regiment of liussars was on the plain to receive focated. This mode of besieginz renders its them, and a great number remained upon the progress slow, but sure, and less destructive to field of battle. Nine pieces of cannon, and the army. While three companies of miners, several standards, were the trophies of this and ciglie companies of sappers carried on this victory.

subterraneous war, the consequencesot which At the same time, the Duke of Montebello were drcadini, the fire of the town was kept up Pas sent the Adjutant Commander Gilsquet to by murtars. Ten days after the attack had heZuera, in order to disperse an assemblage of gun, the surrenderoi the town was anticipated. insurgents; this Orier attacked four thousand The ariny wad possessed itself of one-third or of them with ihree battalions, overthrew them, the houses, and fortified itself in them. The and took four pieces of cannon, with their car- church which contained the image of Our Lady riages and noises. General Vartier was at the of Pilar, which by so many miracles hat prosame time sent with 300 infantry, and 200 ca. mised to defead the town, was battered down valty, towards Valencia. He met 5000 insur. by boms, and no longer inhabitable. Ecots at Alcanitz compelled them, even in the The Duke of Montebello deemed it neces. town, to throw down their arms in their flight: sary to take possession of the left bank of the he killed 600 of them, and seized magazines, river, in order that his fire might reach the provisions, andarms: among the last were 100 middle of the town. The general of division English muskets These operations took place Gazan, made himself master of the bridge by betweca the 20th and 26th of January. a sudden and impetuous attack, on the mora


As soon as

ing of the 17th (February). A battery of 50 geon eight feet squiare, and released : no idea pieces was played off at three o'clock in theat can be formed of the miseries he had undergone. ternoon. A battalion of the 28th regiment at

GREAT BRITAIN. tacked and took possession of a monastery, the The house of Comous bas been almost walls of which were of brick, and from three exclusively occupied curug, the present to four feet thick. General Gazan then re

month, in the invesiigation of the charges paired with rapidity to the bridge, over which against the Duke of York, which were the insurgents made their retreat to the town; specified in our last, in our detail of the he killed a vast number, made 1000 prisoners, speech of Mr. Warile. No business since amongst whom were 2 generals, 12 colone's,

the famous exclusion-ball against a tör19 Lieutenant-Colonels, and 230 officers He

mer Duke of York, has ever sa solemnly took 30 pieces of artillery. Nearly all the troops of the line in the town had beset this engaged tiie altenon of parliament, or

absorbed so inuch the interest of llie naimportant part, which had been threatened since the 10th. At the san.e moment the

tion. Duke of Abrantes entered the Casso, through

Alier a tedious exainination of Mrs, several covered ways, and by m:ans of tiro Clark, one of the mistresses of the Duke small mines,



the extensive buildings of York, and of various connections of of the Schools.

her's, and in exculpation of various com, After these events, terror was spread nections of the Duke of Yuik, in and of throughout the town. 'The Junta, in order to wbom, all the influence of governmeut was procure delay, and obrain time to aba'etheter

in vain exerted, it was at lengeb deinona ror of the inhabitants, sought a parity; but strated, that liis Rozal Highmens liad at their bad faith was known, and the artifice was

least been guilty of connivance in the coruseless. Thiriy other houses were possessed by undermining or by mines.

rupt practices of bis mistress. Atlength, on the 1stof Febrary, the whole

On the close of the examination, which town was possessed by our troops. 15,000 in

would alone till a large volume, a motion fantry and 2000 cavairy laid down their arms made by Mr. Wardle for an address to the at the gate of Portilla, and 40 Hags and 150 king, to dismiss the Duke from his situas pieces of cannon were delivered up. The in sion of Commander in Chict, and-Capsurgents lost 20,000 men during the seige; tain General, was solemnly argued for 13,000 were found in the hospita.s: 500 died the unprecedented period of six days, daily.

during which, all the eloquence and taThe Duke of Montebello would allo'v no lents of the country were displayed. capitulation to the town of Saragossa. He only The speakers on the side of the people published the following provisions:

were, Messrs. WARDLE, BURDETT, The garrison shall, at noon, on the 21st,

WHITBREAD, W1BER FORCE, BANKES, lay down their arms at the gate of Portilla, where they shall remain prisoners of war.

BATHURST, WYNNT, and Smith, and the

Lords FOLKSTONE, NALTON, Petty, and Those of the troops of the line, who are wil. ling to take the oath to King Joseph, may be TEMPLE; and on the side of the Duke, allowed to enter into his service. In case this the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER,llie entrance shall not be permitted by the Minis ATTORNEY and SOLICITOR GENERAL, the ter of war to the King of Spain, tiey shall be LATE and PRESENT SECRETARY of War, prisoners of war and sent to France. I he wor the WEISU JUDGE Burrox, Mr. SECREship of God shall be reverenced. All tliear TARY CANNING, and some other mem. tillery and ammunition of every kind shall be bers or connections of adıninistration, delivered up. All the arms shall be deposited Three amendments were moved, by at the.doors of the different houses, and col

the Chancellor of the Escheuer, liyo lected by the respective Alcades.

Mr. Banis, and Mr. Bathurst. Tle magazines of corn, rice, and fruit, which have been found in the town, are very

At length there appeared on a division

for Mr. Wardle's address, 126 against it. considerable.

For the Chancellor of the Exchequer's 'The Duke of Montebello has nominated General Laval Governor of Saragossa.

amendinenit 278, and against it 196. A Deputation of the Priesthoud and differ. For Mr. Bankes's amendment 199, and ent inhabitants has set out for Madrid. against it 294.

Palafox is dangerously ill. He was the ob. But on the interval, between the ada ject of the contempt of the whole hostile ar. journed debate on dir. Bathurst's amendmy, who accused him of arrogance and mean ment, The DUKE OF YORK RESIGNED ness. He was never seen where there was any HIS OFFICE, and thus was terminated donger.

the struggle. The Count de Fuentes, Grandep of Spain,

The following is a list of the indepenwho had been arrested by the insurgents two

dent minority against Mr. Perceval's months ago, on his estates, was found in a dun



List of the Minority of 199 wbo voted against the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer,

for acquitting the Duke of York. Adams, c.

Frankland, W. Lyttleton, Hon. W. Sharpe, R.
Abercromby, Hon. J. Goddard, Thomas M'Donald, James

Shelly, H.
Agar, Eman.
Gordon, Wm.

Maducks, W. Shelly, T.,
Althorpe, Lord Gower, Earl

Mahon, Lord Shipley, W. Anstruther, Sir J. Grant, C.

Mahon, Hon. S. Simeon, J. Antonie, W. L. Grattan, Rt. Hon. H.

Markham, J.

Smith, H.
Astell, Wm.
Greenhill, Robert Maryatt, J.

Smith, S.
Astley, Sir Jacob Greenough, G. B. Martin, H.

Smith, w. Aubrey, Sir Ja Greenfeli, Pascoe Maule, Hon. W. Smith, G. Babington, Tho. Giles, D.

Maxwell, W. Smith, J. Bagenell, w. Hall, Sir J.

Mildmay, Sir H. Sneyd, N.
Baker, J.

Halsey, Joseph Miller, Sir J. Staniforth, John
Baring, A.
Hamilton, Lord A. Mills, C.

Stanley, Lord
Baring, T.
Herbert, H.

Mills, Wm.

Stuart, Hon. M. Bastard, J. P, Hibbert, Geo.

Milner, Sir W. Sumner, G. H. Biddulph, R. M. Hobhouse, B.

Milnes, R. P. Symonds, J. P. Blackburne, J. Holmes, W.

Moore, Peter Talbot, R. W. Blackburne, J. J. Honywood, w. Morris, Robert Taylor, C, W. Bouverie, Hon, B. Horner, F.

Moseley, Sir Oswald Taylor, W. Bowyer, Sir Geo. Horrocks, S.

Mostyn, Sir Thos.

Tempest, Sir H. V. Brand, Hon. T. Howard, Hon. W. Neville, Hon. R. Temple, Earl Bradshaw, Hon. C. Howard, H.

Newport, Sir J. Thelluson, G. W. Brogden, J. Howorth, Humph. Noel, c.

Thomas, Geo. White. Browne, Ant. Hughes, W. L. North, Dudley Thompson, J. Byng, Geo. Hume, W. H.

O'Hara, C.

Thornton, Samuel Calcraft, J. Hurst, R.

Ord, W.

Thornton, Henry Calvert, N.

Hutchinson, Hon. C. Ossulston, Lord Tierney, Rt. Hon. G.
Cocks, J.
Jacob, Wm.

Palmer, Charles Tighe, w.
Coke, D. P.
Jackson, J.

Purnell, H.

Townsend, Lord J. Colburne, N. W. R. Keck, G. A, L, Peele, Sir R. Tracey, C. H. Combe, H. C Kemp, T.

Peirse, H.

Tremayne, J.H. Cooke, Bryan.

Kensington, Lord Pelham, Hon. C. Turner, J. F. Cowper, E, Synge King, Sir J. D. Petty, Lord H. Turton, Sir T. Knapp, G.

Pochin, c.

Vaughan, Hon. J. Creevey, Thos. Knox, Hon. T.

Pole, Sir C. M. Vaughan, Sir W. Curwen, J.C. Lamb, Hon. W. Ponsonby,Rt. Hon. G. Ward, Hon. J. W. Cuthbert, J. Lambton, R.

Ponsonby, Hon. F. Wardle, G. L. Day, Rt. Hon. D. B. Langton, W. G. Porchester, Lord Warrender, Sir G. Dickenson, W. Latouche, D,

Portman, E.B,

Western, C.C. Drake, T. D. Latouche, R.

Portier, D.

Wharton, J. Eliot, Rt. Hon. W. Lester, Garland

Peicte, Hon F. Whitbread, S. Ellison, Richard Lefevre, C. Shaw

Pyan, F.

Whitmore, S.
Fane, John
Lemon, John

Ridley, Sir M.

Whittle, F. Fellowes, Hon. N. Lemon, Sir W.

Romilly, Sir S. Wilberforce, w. Ferguson, R. C Lethbridge, J. B. Russell, Lord W. Willoughby, H, Fitzgerald, Rt. Hon.M.Lloyd, J. M.

Saint Aubin, Sir J. Wilkins, Walter Foley, Hon. A. Lloyd, Sir E.

Salisbury, Sir R. Windbam, Rt. Hon.w. Foley, Thomas Lloyd, Hardress Saville, A.

Winnington, Sir T. Era Folkestone, Lord Longman, G.

Şcudamore, R. P. Wynne, c. Folkes, Sir Martin

Lygon, Hon. J. Sebright, Sir Ja Wynne, Sir W.

Craig, J.

Lord Milton and the three Mr. Dundas's were kept away by the death of a near relation, Sir Francis Burdett was also absent, through indisposition, and Mr. T. W, Cukc and Mr. Owen Williams were obliged to go into the country.



With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deceased.

terms of intimacy by a nick.name, and perMR. James Wilkinson, of Cateaton-street, sisting so to do, after he had taken offence at to Miss M. Boddy.

it, in a large company at Steevens's CoffeeAt Mary-le-bonne, the Rev. Robert Hughes, house in Bond-street. Hence ensued the vicar of Westfield, Sussex, to Miss Porteus, challenge, and the subsequent duel at Golof Hill, near Southampton.

dur's Green; where, according to étiquette, At St. James's, F. E. Marclı, esq. of the

Mr. Powell fired first, and inflicted the morOrdnance Office, Tower, to Miss Jordan, of tal wound. Lord F.stood for above a minute in Park Place, daughter of the celebrated Mrs.J.

his position, and then threw his pistol away Captain Francis French Staunton, of the

without discharging its contents. On arriva Bombay Military Establishment, to Miss

ing in town, and the chaise coming on the Neeld, eldest daughter of Joseph N. esq. of stones, it was observed to his lordship, that Norfolk-street.

Powell's house was near at hand; Lård F. inAt St. George's Hanover-square, Captain stantly expressed a desire to go thither in John Clitherow, of the guards, to Sarah, elpreference to any other place, for the world dest daughter of General Burton.- John

would then he convinced he owed no enmity Rowlat, jun. esq. to Juliet Anne, eldest

to his antagonist. Here his lordship landaughter of C. Roberts, esq. of the Exche- guished two days before he expired. Lord quer.-J. Stewart Oliphant, esq. of Rossie, Falkland was a captain in the navy, and sucPerthshire, to Miss Anna Read, daughter of ceeded to the title of Viscount Falkland on W. T. R. esq. of North Audley.street.

the sudden death of his brother Thomas, in At Camberwell, Thomas Sindrey, esq.

May 1796; his patrimonial fortune was very second son of Henry S. esq. of Rotherithe, to

small; but he was a very dashing officer ; Miss E. Rowley, daughter of Jonas R. esq.

and though he lived in the gayest style, he -W. Sheldon, esg. of Gray's Inn, to Miss

had realized a very large sum by prize-money. Hester Cooper, of Thornaugh-street.

The sister of Mrs. Gibbs the actress, who

had succeeded Mrs. Clarke in the establishAt St. Mary.le bonne, Mr. Edward Chur. ton, of Oxford-street, to Mary, fourth daugh

ment of a Royal Duke, took the name of Ca. ter of Robert Smith, esq. of the Nether

rey, whilst she was under the protection of Wilds, Hertfordshire. Captain Reade, of Lord Falkland, then Captain Carey. His the first regiment of foot guards, 'to Miss lordship married in the West Indies in the Hoskyns, sister of Sir Hungerford H.-The year 1803, the daughter of a merchant of Hon. and Rev. James St. Leger, brother of the first respectability. She has three sons Lord Viscount Donervile, to Miss Catherine

and a daughter, the eldest boy who succeeds Williams, youngest daughter of the late

to the title being only five years old. His

conduct as a husband and father has been Thomas W. esq. of Epsom. At Queen square Chapel, Hambleton, Tho- exemplary. He was about forty years old,

was distinguished for a fine manly person, mas Custance, esq. of Weston House, Norfoik, to Mary, only daughter of the late

and his company was much courted, which Miles Bower, esq.

occasioned him to mix too frequently in con, At Battersea, Francis Wilson, esq. of Bat.

vivial societies: he was lately dismissed frım tersea Rise, to Miss Lloyd.

his ship on account of some irregularities Stephen Vertue, esq. corn-factor, Mark- arising from too free a circulation of the note

tle at his own table ; but he was about to be lane, to Anne, eldest daughter of Samuel Brent, esq. of Greenland Dock.

restored to a command, a circumstance which At Putney, Charles Hammersley, esq.

had greatly exhilirated his spirits, and persecond son of Thomas H. esq. banker, to

haps occasioned that levity which has been Miss Emily Thompson, third daughter of attended with such severe consequences.

in the 21st year of his age, Josep Davis, John T. esq. of Waverley Abbey.

of Lincola's inn, esq. a young gentleman Mr. Jacob Joggett, bookseller, of Taunton,

who had son etime since come to London, Somerset, to Miss Champante, only daugh. ter of William C. esq. of Jewry-street.

to undergo a course of studies, to qualify him

for the practice of the law. In which proDIED.

fession, his relations and friends had, in conAt Stoke Newington, at the early age of sequence of his natural and acquired powers, 20 and a few months, the amiable and ac promised themselves that he would some time complished wife of Mr. James Elmes, archi have shone with superior lustre. teci, of College Hill.

In Cadogan Piace, the Dowager-lady Asbe Of a wound received in a duel with Mr. burtun, relict of the celebrated John Dunning Powell, of Devonshire Place, Lord Viscount Lord A. Fakland. The quarrel wnich produced this At Lambeth, Henry Holland, of the Genefaral meeting originated in Lord Falkland's ral Post Office, late agent for his Majesty's 2diiressing Mr. Powell, with whom he was on Packeis at Gottenburgh.


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