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MONTHLY REGISTER OF THE PROGRESS OF BRITISH
C AP. LXXXIV. “An Act for ma. letter under an ounce, three-pence: and for U king allowances in certain cases in every ounce in weight, and for every packet subaltern officers of the militia in Great not exceeding an ounce in weight, four-pence; Britain while disembodied."- 1st July, and so in proportion. Letters by the post to 1812.
and from Ireland, single letter one penny, The annual allowances herein mentioned,
double letter two-pence; treble letter threebesides the pay to which they are entitled pence : ounce in weight four-pence, and so during annual exercise, shall be made to
in proportion.-Letters to and from Plantalieutenants, surgeons, and ensigns ; that is to tions in America, single letter an additional say, to a lieutenant or a surgeon twenty-five rate of two-pence; double letter four-pence; pounds eighteen shillings and sixpence, being
treble letter six-pence: an ounce in weight, at the rate of one shilling and five pence per
eight-pence, and so in proportion for every diem, for three hundred and sixty-six days;
other letter or packet of greater weight than and to an ensign twenty-one pounds seven
an ounce. And for letters by the post to shillings, being at the rate of one shilling
and from parts beyond the seas, whether and two-pence per diem for three hundred and
within his Majesty's dominions or not, single sixty-six days but not to extend to persons
letter, an additional rate of two-pence: dogqualified for a captain's commission, or being
ble letrer, four-pence ; treble letter, six. an adjutant or battalion clerk, or deriving
pence : ounce in weight, eightpence, and so from the public any other income, or being
in proportion for every other letter of greater on full or half pay in the army.
weight than an ounce. -Rates not to extend
to Guernsey, &c. -Rates for letters containCap. LXXXV. “ An Act for raising is
Act for raising ing patterns of goods : for every cover con. the sum of twenty-two millions five hune
taining patterns of cloths, silk, stuff, or dred thoueand pounds, by way of annui samples of other goods or other sort of thing, ties." - Ist. July, 1812.
not exceeding one ounce in weight, if the Contributor entitled to 1201. in Reduced same letter, or packet, or cover, shall be Annuities, and 561. in the Three per Cent. closed or not open at the sides, an additional Consols. for every 100l. contributed
rate of two-penice for every such letter, pack. Cap. LXXXVI, “ An Act for raising
et, or cover: and for every letter or cover the sum of five millions by Exchequer
containing one or more paper or papers with
patterns, or containing one or more pattern Bills, for the service of Great Britain,
or patterns of cloth, silk, or stuff, or one or for the year one thousand eight hundred
more sample or samples of any other sort of and twelve.”-9th July, 1812.
goods, or one or more piece or pieces of any Commissioners of the Treasury may raise
other sort of thing inclosed therein, or affixed 5,000,0001. by Exebequer Bills,... in like thereto, though not on paper, if the sanie do manner as is prescribed by 48 Geo. iij. c. 1.
not weigh one ounce, an additional rate of ' Cap. LXXXVII. “An Act in repeal one penny for every such letter, so as every the several Duties under the care of the such letter, packet, or cover, shall be sent Commissioners for managing the Stamp
open at the sides and without any letter or Duties in Ireland, and to grant new
writing in, upon, or with such packet or coDuties in lieu thereof; and for trans.
ver other than the name or names of the per
son or persons sending the same, and the ferring the management of the Duties on
place or places of his, her, or their abode, Playing Cards and Dice from the Com.
o and the prices of the articles contained there
in or affixed thereto.-Rates not to extend missioners of Stamp Duties."--9th July, to letters sent by or to seamlen and soldiers 1812.
under 35 Geo. iii. c. 53.-Money ari ing by This Act refers to Ireland, and contains a the rates to be an addition to the revenue.long schedule, which cannot be abridged for separate account oi the rates to be kept for this work.
ten years. Cap. LXXXVIII. « An Act for Cap. LXXXIX. "An Act for charg. granting to his Majesty certain additional ing an additional duty on copper imported rates of postage ini Great Britain."-9th
into Great Britain, until cbe expiration July, 1812.
of six calendar months after the ratificaAdditional rates of postage granted, viz. tion of a definitive treaty of peace." for letters by the post within Great Britain, 9th July, 1812. above the distance of twenty miles from Additional duty of 201. to be paid for every office to office, single letter, one penny; dous ton of copper imported On exportation, ble letter, two pence; treble letter, or other drawback of the duty allowed. To be levicd
and paid as the duties and drawbacks granted March, 2814. Recited Acts further con and allowed by 49 Geo. III. c. 98, until six tinued. months after a definitive treaty of peace. Cap. XCII. "An Act to continue,
Cap. XC. “An Act for raising the until the first day of August one thousand Sum of five hundred thousand pounds by eight hundred and thirteen, certain Acts treasury bills for the service of Ireland, for appointing commissioners to inquire for the year one thousand eight hundred into the fees, gratuiues, perquisites, and and twelve."-9:h July, 1812.
emoluinents, received in several public Cap. XCI. "An Act to continue, offices in Ireland; to examine into any until the twenty-fifth day of March, one abuses which may exist in the same, and thousand eight hundred and fourleen, an into the mode of receiving, collecting, Act made in the Parliament of Ireland, issuing, and accounting for public inoney in the twenty-seventh year of his present in Ireland."-9th July, 1812. Majesty, for the better execution of the The Act 44 Geo. 111. c. 106, as amended, law and preservation of the peace within is further continued, and 2,0001. are to be counties at large."-91h July, 1812. issued out of the Irish Exchequer for the
The Irish Acts, 27 Geo Jn. and 36 Geo. payment of clerks, officers, and oiber ex. III. are continued until the 15th day of pences.
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between the
17th of November, and the 16th of December, extracted from the London Gazeltes. N. B.JBankruptcies in and near London, the Attornies are to be understood to reside in Leades;
And in Country Bankruptcies at the Residence of the Bankrupt, except otherwise expressed.
Alla ley and
BANKRUPTCIES. (This Month 225.)
hul fafor Farten
liamson and Co.
Jeanneret and C.
and con Brown H, Tynemouth, Northumberland, thip owner.
(Cordales and co. London Brown M. Little Maddox Otreet, Hanover square, tailor
'Pike Balis W. A. Thington, vi&tualler (Taylor Biewert J. New sun pa flage, St. Clement Danes, hat
maker. (Taylor Buckley S. Stockport, Cheshire, hardwareman, (Sher
win and co. London
freet, London, carpet macufia uiers. (Kurd,
Blakeley G. Wood ftreet, warebon feman (Hartley
(Day Carpenter M. High freet, Wapping, victualler. (Thack.
cafe makers. (Meymoto M'Crindell G. Pope's Head alley, inferance bruker, (Har
vey and co. Capes'T Eait Rutford, Nottingham Mire, money icrivenet.
(( ooper and co. London
(Nicholls Capes T. Eaft Retford, Nottingham, money forivenei.
Sherwin and co, London
facturers. (Hankin, London
(Jenkins and co. London
Evans T. Kidderminfter, brazier. (Baxters and co. Lifter S. Sheffie'd, draper. [Blacklock and co. London London
LOGC Cicur. YorThire, merchant. [Battye, London Entwille J. Manchelter, manufacturer. (Buckley
Lamhert w. Cheptow Munmuth, Printer. [Bailey Faraday w. Birmingharn, dealer. Stubbs and co.
Luxmore T. St. Mary Axe, dealer. (Wegener Fowler ). Orikirk. Lancashire, printer. (Houghton Leal y Portrea, thampton, dealer. [allen, London Flynn M. Wardour freet, Soho, painter (Vizard
Lloyd T, St. Ja' es's ftreet. haberdasher. [Cuppage and co.
Landon H. Billater lane, wine merchant. [Hamerton Towler D, and A. Anttie, Gracechurch Atreet, merchants. Layland T. Alhton under-Line, Lancaster, grocer. (Ellis (Lano
and co. London Turnace G. Newcalle upon Tyne, grocer. (Mergiloos Major W. Woolwich, matter ITariner. (Ledwiche and co. London
London Tortter ).. Liverpool, liquor merchant. (Tarrant and Marks W. Wilton upon Wye, Hereford, corn for. Co. London
(Wilians, London Ford J. E. Bidhapsgate Arcet, wool dealer. (Highmoor Mitchinson J. Carine, merchant. [Blow and co.
MU Inford W. Daventry, Northamptonthire. f Oakden Goddard E, Upper Eat Smithfield, victualler. (Templer Marin W. Strand, jeweiler (Briggs and co.
Martha T. Louth, Lincoln. grocer (Parker Gilbert ). Radford, Staffordshire, coal merchant. (Col. Mackee J. Kingston upon Hull, Jipen draper. (Corf Bins and co.
worth Goula w. Sath, perfumer. (Netherfule and co. Lon. Morris S. Taunton, builder. [Vizard and co. don
Meeds s. stickney, Lincoln, miter (Ludington and Goddard J. Gutter lane, filk manufacturer. (Tames
co. London Gowing G. Holborn bridge, fta'ioner. (Harman
Noye H. Sloane freet, carpenter. [Mills Burdon A. and C. Church Areet, Soho, tailors. (Ri. Newton W. and Auber, Cannon Atreet road, timber chardson and co.
merchants. (Welchinan Greenwood J. and 1. Hamer, Knowlwood Bottom, Lan. Newman T. s. Friendly piace, Old freet, dealer in lace, catter, cotton spinners. Wiplesworth. London
Mowbray Gil G. Charles treet, Berkeley square, sauler (Greco ORE R Upper Smith treet, Gofwell Areet, merchant wuod
Carrow Gray W. G. Ivy lane, warehou feman (Brown
Pack J T. Athford, Keut, grocer. (Debary and ca. Giles C. Brifol, currier. (Prew and co. London
London Gummer W. and J. Rendal), High ftreet, Newington, Patterfon W.F. Great Pultney treet, Golden Square, bill plumbers. (Marron
broker. (Walls Grant ). Hatton ftreet. merchant. (Shaw
Penning J. Blandford Forum, Dorset, cabinet maker. Gall W. H. Gutter lane, fik manufacturer. (Bourdillon
(wilson and cr. London and co.
Finkerton T. New Broad ftreet, merchant. (Healing Geldart W. Durham, butcher. (Wilson, London
Towning W, Penryn, Cornwall merchant. Richards Grill C. Dunfter court, Mincing lane, inerchant. (Crow Payne T. Sidmouth freet, Gray's inn lane, buildcr. der and co.
(Chartley Hayword J. Witney, Oxfordshire, cabinet maker. (Pike, Pooke H. T. Torners, Devonshire, irunmonger. (Sbepe London
herd and cu. London Harper T. Jun. Crane court, Fleet Areet, printer. Parker R. Manchetter, drapes (Morgan (Pearce
Pratt R. Liverpool, druggiit. Cuwen and co. London Hale j. Ironmonger lane, Cheapfide, merchant. (Chap Platt J. Kensington Gravel Pits, hay salesman. (Tucker man and co.
Pafte J. Gray's-on Jane, Holborn, Itable keeper. (Husey Henderfon J. Curfitor @reet, tai'or Chapman and co. Polfreymap G. Crare Works, Chetter, calicu printer. Nellings N. and w. C. Stebbi & Delahoy ftrect, Wef min.
(Milne and co. Londos iter, taylors. (Bembridge and co.
Poole J. and T. Gray, Whitehaven, linen drapers. (Cune Hemmerick J. W. Liverpool, dealer. (Windle, London liffe, Manchetter Hal c. Charlotte arcet, Fitzroy fquare, cabinet maker.
Poppleton T. Boton, [incoln, draper. [Hallway (Sheffield
Robinson G. Cannon row, Wellminder, upholderer. Heathern C. Malukone, Kent, lime burner. (Dabary (Evans, Kennington Cross and co. London
Roberts T, Cheapfide, filversmith (Robinson and co. Halley T. 8. Frodtham, Cheshire, apothecary. (Philpot Rye w. Oxford forcer, linen draper. (Gregory and co, London
Rumsey w. Dunftan's hill, Tower strect, hoop vender. Hayne J. Pater nofter row, Araw hat manufacturer. (Mowbray (Wilde
Robinson G. Lunning. Cumberland, dealer. [Mounsey, Hornley J. Rockliffe, Stockport, Chefter, grocer. (Davie London and co. London
Rance H, Worceter, linen draper (Gillam Hobfon J. Deal, Kent, linen draper. (Bice and co. Roche T. White Horse yard, Drury Jane, victualler London
(Sheerman Harry ). Kings Caple, Hereford, dealer in cattle. (Jen. Rutherford J. Newcaftle upon
ip owner. [Meg. kins and co. London
eiros and co. London Holmes S, White Horse, Fetter lane, hotel keeper
Sizeland l. Wimpole street, tailor. (Richardson Haymen T. and W. Croft, Honduras Atreet, and T. Croft Smithies W. and j. Sewardtone Mills, Elx, suik manu. Manchetter, me chants. (Hurd, London
facturer, Barrow, London Bunter A. Grear Rudel Areet, merchant. (Crowder Saudle W. Paternoster row, Manchester warehouseman. and co.
(Pike Hopkins w. Swansea, Glamorgan, thopkeeper. (08.
Stevens w, Petticoat lane, victualler. (Templer and co. borne and co. Bristol
Schutt J. H. Poplar, fail inaker. (Heard Helliwell ). Elland Halifax, woollen manufacturer. Smeeton G. St. Martin's lane, printer (Sherwin and co. (Wiglei worth, London
Spuith J. Vere kreet, Oxford Itreet, victualer. (Reardon Hart H. Portsmouth, navy agent. (Nart
and co. Hopwood w, Weabourne, fellmonger. (Johnson and Co. Smith A. Tipton, Staffordshire, baker, (Williamas, Chichester
London Hardey G. N. Liverpool, merchant. (Black Rock and Smith Ji jun. Denton freer, St. Pancras, carpenter. co. London
(Antice and co. Hurt T. Great Wild Greet, Lincoln's-inn-fields, victualler. Shillito J. Scrouby inn, Not inghamshire, irnkeepers. (Saunders
Wood and co. I ondon Iones S. St. Paul's Church yard, ribbon manufacturer. Size T. Oxford Atreet, mercer. [Bordillos and co. (Willis and co
Sherlocks ). Crumpe!, Manchener, dealer. (Halftead Joges P. Fither freet. Red Lion Square, taylor. (King
and co Johnson J. Eat India Chambers, Mip owner. (Phipps Smith M. Milbank dieet, Weltminier, victualler. Johofon J. Carmarthen, dealer in giars. (sweet and cu. (raylor London
Sutterby F. Turton freet. Wef miaster, carpenter. [Pofon Iles J. Princes Areet, Red Lion Square, carpenter. Turner E. Wedusesb ry Staftoralire, coal dealer. (in(Kerkmao
pey and co. London Jones J. Staverton, Wiltshire, clothier. (Berkeley
Traveis R, Manchetter, brewer, (Ray James E. Portsmouth, eroeet. (Sweet and co. London Tingey T. 'ells, Norfolk, Jives draper. [Preland Jenks J. Biliton, Stafford, currier. (Impey and cu. and co. London London
Tomlin C. leal. Kent, tailor. [Egan and co. London Tablder J. Bond court, Walbrook, merchant. (Burn
Thomas J. Altet, Warwickshire, timber merchant Jones R, Birmingham, hoenaker. (Devon and co. (Birkett London London
Taylor J. Cheapfics, draper. [Chapman and co. Ingai E. Great Ruffel Krect, linen diaper. (Collins Thompton W. GicenGde, Dear Whefield, whitefinitha Jones J. Commercial road, Middie sex, mariser. (Cour.
(Wright, I oncon seen
Tolley R. Glouceiter, corn dealer. (Whitcombe and Joues W. and R. Taylor, wilm Now, Chefter, cotton spin
Co. oudon ners. (Longdell and co. London
Underdown T. Coleton, Devon, rormonger. (Luxmore, King S. Gosport, shoemaker. (Briggs, London
London Knightley T Cheshunt, Herts, bricklayer. (Reynolds Veiffere J. son ftreet, Bishopfgate &rect, currier. (Evict Keate . Weftmifter bridge road, Surry, carpenter.
and co. (Watson
Wigglesworth P. Church Areer, Shoreditch, grocer Kaapten R Nicholas lane, Lombard ftreet, bill broker. [Cocker (Birkitt
We ninck J. G. Plymou'n, merchent. (Darke, London Ksicht M, Prospect place, Middlesex, vidualler. [Tia. Wiliams L. Fenchurch ftreet, inerchant. iscott chetr
Worboys W. Butt lane, Leptford, med drapor. (Sher. King C. Britof, cabinet reaker, (nayr on
WooC, London MONTHLY MAG, No. 235,
Parke T. Halton W1
tharhithe Redhead R, Amtle Newhall, dorthus
bury Stiacy r, and Co. Princes' Areet Smitha J, Blue Anchor lane, Bese
mandfey Stelling R. Norton, York Sowdon ), and ), Hodgson, Leedan
Yorkhire Stead ), Fofter lane Sheffield », Aldgate High treet Stonebridge w, Colcheter Squire w, Leeds Shelton L, Great Grimsby Steriker R, Epfum Smith T, Admiogion Sheppard T, ACW Ranelagh, Miliban Sacpherd T. North Audley areet Siggs J, W, Avelex, Edex Smith T, 'R, and J, Stein, den
Smith, Fenchurch ftreet Seaborne G, W, Ratslitte Croce Steight ), Richmond, Serty Simpfon 1, New Malica, York Statham S, ana E, and H, Garte
Nottingham Tribe R, Mambledon, Southampton Tatlios J, Well Sunithaeid Thomson T, Sen. Walthain Holy Crofs,
Edex Thackray R, Burton Leonard, Yes
thire Soulmin 0, Efex freet Thomas P, Hatfield freet. Surty Turner R, Kingiton upon Bull Tugwell T, Horsham Vaichtner, Angle court, Throsoortes
Street Vifick w, Mildhurit, Suflex Varica A, Founders court White R, Cradley, Herefordthire Wainwright 6, and w, Ward, Back
hill, Marton garden Watson T, Ipfwich Whire E, s, Chamber Arcet, Goode
mans fields Worhall ), and J, Thyron, Catherine
itree. Strand Warren L, and L. Smith, Afin Fran Wood . Brightbelmitone, Super Whitehead A. jun. Halita, Fortis Wildpoole C. Gloucher Wulmott , D, Dunker Wright T. Queen Alreet, Cheapfide Wrigh: R, Thorverton, Deus Walker H. H. und N. Sunderlasd, A
STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN DECEMBER.
Containing official Papers and authentic Documents.
last moment. On the 14th September, THE most calamitous campaign re- seeing the French army march towards him,
I corded in history terminated, by he took his resolution, and evacuated the the march of the allied armies from Mos
position, passing through Moscow. He cow into winter quarters at Wilna, Kow
crossed through the city with his headDo, Grodno, Konigsberg, &c. and by the
quarters at balf past nine o'clock in the Emperor Napoleon setting out for Paris, it an hour after noon.
morning. Our advanced guard passed through on the 5th of December, after giving
The commandant of the Russian rear the command to the King of Naples
guard requested to be allowed to defile in during the winter. The Bulletins re. the city without firing-it was allowed him; cord the chief facts : our reflections but in the Kremlin, the canaille, armed by would fill a volume were we to indulge the Governor, made a resistance, and were in them.
immediately dispersed. 10,000 Russian solThe cost of a single campaign, in men
diers were the next and following days col. and money, to try the question, Whe.
lected in the city, into which they were ther Rusia shall keep hier ports shut
brought by their thirst for plunder; they against English commerce, according to
were old and good soldiers ; they augmented
the number of prisoners. the treaty of Tilsit, may be estimated as
On the 15th, 16th, and 17th of September, follows:
the Russian general commanding the rear To FRANCE and bin killed - 30,000
guard said, that they should fire no longer, her ALLIES, -disabled
that they ought to fight no more, and talked - 30,000
much about peace. He marched upon the prisoners - 40,000
road of Kolomna, and our advanced guard
placed itself five leagues from Moscow, upon Allied M:n 100,000
the bridge of the Moskwa. During this
time, the Russian army left the Kolomna Their equipments, at 301. each 3,000,000
road, and took that of Kalouga, by cross In artillery, magazines, &c. 1,500,000
roads. He thus made the half tour of the 40,000 horses, at 351. each – 1,400,000
city at six leagues distance.
We quickly perceived the enemy's march. Allied Property lost £5,900,000
The Duke of Istria marched to Disna, with
a corps of observation. To Russia, in soldiers killed . 45,000
The King of Naples at first followed the disabled . 45,000
eneiny upon Podol, and afterwards marched prisoners 40,000
upon their rear, threatening to cut them off Soldiers-Total
from the Kalouga road. Although the King 130,000
only bad wish him the advanced guard, the OF inhabitants burnt at Moscow, 2
enemy only allowed themselves time to eva. and destroyed in different ways s
cuate the entrenchments they had con
structed, and marched six leagues in the rear, Russian People 200,000
after a glorious battle for the advanced The equipments lost -
Prince Poniatowski took a position behind Provisions. &c. of all the armies 18,000,000 the Nara, at the confluence of Isha. Artillery, horses, and ammunition 2,500,000
General Lauriston having, on the 5th Oct. 100,000 houses burnt by the loro
.by the 25,000,000 gone to the Russian head-quarters, the comRussians, at 2501. each S
munications were re-established between our Their furniture, &c. at 2001, each 20,000,000
advanced posts and those of the enemy, who, Merchandize, crops, granaries, 24.000.000 between themselves, agreed not to attack cattle, &c.
each other without giving three hours' notice; Public works, churches, pa. 245.000
par 15,000,000 but on the 18ch, at seven o'clock in the laces, &c. by the French S
morning, four thousand Cossacks came out of
a wood, situate within half, cannon-shot of Russian Property lost £108,100,000
General Sebastiani, forming the extreme
left of the advanced guard, who had neither Twenty-sixth Bulletin.
been occupied nor inspected that day. · Borowsk, Oct. 23. They irade an attack upon this light ca. After the battle of Moskwa, General Kun valry at a time when they were on foot, at tusow took a position a league in advance of the distribution of meal. This light caMoscow; he established several redoubts to valry could not torn but at a quarter of a defend the towD; he remained there till the league at furthest. Whilst the enemy pene
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