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Admiralty Office, July 15.-Letter from Captain Samuel IFarrer "

Captain Barret of the Minotaur, transmitted by Vice-Admiral ::

James Saumarez, Bart. and K. B............ ...... 5! The Expedition ... ................................... From the London Gazette.-Downing-street, Sept. 4th .......... 515 Copy of a Dispatch from Major-General Carmichael to Viscount Cours.

reagh, dated Saint Carlos, before the City of St. Domingo, Jat,

1809 .............................................. 5 From the London Gazette, August 5.-Copy of a Letter froin Vice A:

miral Sir James Saumarez, K. B. Commander in chief of his Meje ty's Ships and Vessels in the Baltic, to the Hon. William Welle

Pole, dated on board the Victory, off Nargen Island, 9th of July 5 Dispatches from Sir Arthur Wellesley, K. B....... Downing-street, Aug. 26.-The following Dispatch has been rece

from Major Maxwell, of the royal African corps, addressed to For

count Castlereagh...................................... 53 Downing-street, Aug. 15.The following Dispatches were this dayrecettes

from Sir Arthur Wellesley ..... Copy of a Letter from Captain Lord George Stuart, of his Majesty'.

ship the Amiable, addressed to Rear-Admiral Sir R. Strachan, and! duplicate of which has been transmitted to the Hon. W. W Pole. 551 From the London Gazette Extraordinary.-Downing-street, Aug. 7 553 Admiralty Office, Aug. 7.-Dispatches brought by Lieutenant J. Duo,

of the Ida cutter, were received yesterday evening from Sir J. Stracks

Present condition of South America ........................ 53 The following Dispatches have been received from the Earl of Cis. | tham .................................. .. ......... ........ . 59 From the London Gazette, September 2.--A Dispatch, of whick the fol

lowing is a copy, was, on the 30th ult., received at the office of Lars Viscount Castlereagh, one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, from Lieutenant-General Lord Viscount Wellington, doded De

leytosa, 8th August, 1809 ............................ 540 Admiralty Office, Aug. 19.-Dispatches, of which the following are copies, have been received at this office from Sir R. John Strachan, Bart. K.B. Rear-Admiral of the White, &c. addressed to the Hon. W. W. Paie

.................................... ............. 545 Supplement to the London Gazette of Saturday, Aug. 19.-Downing

street, August 20, 1809.-Dispatch from Lieutenant-General the Earl of Chatham, K. G. dated Head-quarters, Middleburgh, Aug. 11,

1809 .... ................................ ..... 546 Intercepted Correspondence.-Minutes of Dispatches, dated Aug. 14,

and taken on a Peasant going to Avila, at Tomezcus, by a detachment under Sir Robert Wilson's orders.---(The original sent on to General

Cuesta:) ........................................... 547 London Gazette Extraordinary, Sunday, Aug. 20.-Downin gestreet,

Aug. 19.-A Dispatch, of which the following is a copy, tvas ikis day received at the office of Viscount Castlereagh, one of his Majesty's pris

cipal Secretaries of State, from Lieutenant-General the Earl of Chatham, K. G. dated Head-quarters, Middleburgh, Aug. 16, 1809 547 Imiralty Office, Aug. 20, 1809.-Dispatches from Sir R. J. Strachan, Rear Admiral of the White............. ................. 550 ilitary General Orders.................................. 554 'om the London Gazette, Saturday, September 9.--Dispatches, of which the following are copies and extracts, were this day received at the office of Viscount Castlereagh, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, from Lieut.-Gen. Viscount Wellington. K. B. 555 owning-street, Sept. 2, 1809.-A Dispatch, of which the following is a copy, was yesterday morning received at the office of Lord Viscount Castlereagh, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, from Lieutenant-General the Earl of Chatham, dated Head-quarters, Bathz, Aug. 29, 1809....................................... 559 ritish Deserters.-Case of the men arrested as deserters from the frigate L'Africane, by John Hunter, Esq. Sheriff of Baltimore, at the request of William Wood, Esq. British Consul for the Port of Baltimore............................................... 561 ord Castlereagh's Letter to Mr. Canning; and Mr. Canning's An

swer ................................................ 562 he following Detail of the original cause of the animosity between Lord Castlereagh and Mr. Canning is supposed to be written by Mr. Cooke, the private secretary to Lord Castlereagh .................. 563 aturday's London Gazette.-Foreign office, Nov. 11, 1809.--A Letter, of which the following is an extract, was this day received by Earl Bathurst, his Majesty's principal Secretary of State for foreign affairs, from Lieutenant-Colonel Carrol, dated Army of the Left, Camp on the Heights of Tamames, Oct. 19, 1809 ................ 567 ondon Gazette Extraordinary,- Wednesday, Nov. 29.-Admiralty Of

fice, Nov. 29, 1809.—The Hon. Lieutenant William Waldegrave, of the Ville de Paris, arrived here this morning with Dispatches fron Vice- Admiral Lord Collingwood, Commander in chief of his Majesty's ships and vessels in the Mediterranean, addressed to the Hon. William Wellesley Pole, of which the following are copies...... 568 etters from the Right Honourable George Canning to the Earl Camden, Lord President of the Council ...................... 574 etter from Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood, Commander in Chief in the Mediterranean, addressed to Mr. W. W. Pole, dated on board the Ville de Paris, off St. Sebastian, the 30th of October, 1809. ... 588 The following are the Resolutions voted at the Common-hall...... [590 'ity of London Address, Dec. 20, 1809.................... ib. 'roclamation of the Governor of Minorca, appointed last month by the

Supreme Junta .................................... [591 ieneral Orders.-Saturday, Dec. 30 ......... ...... 7592 Ippropriation of the British Supplies, granted in the late Session of Par

biament, by the Act 49th Geo. III. C. 128 ................ 593 Price of Stocks for 1809 do .............

........ 596 able of the number of Bankruptcies in England, from December 20, 1808, to December 20, 1809, inclusive .... ........ 597 3P 2

Sheriff's

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Sheriffs appointed by his Majesty in Council for the year 1809 .!
List of his Majesty's Ministry as it stood in July, 1809........ 51 :
New Patints granted during the year 1809..........
A gener i Bill of Christenings and Burials, from December 13, IS

to D cimber 12, 1809 .....
Births in the year 1809 ...........
Marriages in the year 1809 .......
Promotions in the year 1809 ......
List of Public Acts, passed in the Third Session of the fourth Pertas
· ment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. - SUA

of George III ........................................
Deaths in the year 1809.......
Celebration of the Jubilee by the Government of Bombay.......
Current Prices in the London Markets, from Jan. 1, to Dec. 24, 1809

STATE PAPERS.

Letter from General Armstrong to Mr. Madison, dated Paris 7tá

August, 1808, enclosing a Letter to Mr. Champagny........ 7!!
Proclamation issued in Merico, dated 16th September, 1808.... 7:0
Lelier from Nir. Giles, Member of the Embargo Committee, to Jr.

Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury, dated 11th November, 1808 71

Report of the Embarro Committee .......................... 71,"

Report of a Committee of the House of Representatives of Massacár-

setts, upon the subject of the Embargo, dated 15th Nov. 1808.. 73.1

Imperial Decree rtlative ti Spain ..........................
Conveniion between the Russian army and that of Sweden in Finland,

dated 18th Nov. 1808 ........................

Letier of the Supreme Junta to the Marquis de la Romana, dated Te-

delu, Dec. 4, 1809.................................... 7

In our Imperial Camp of Madrid, Dec. 4 ......

Proclanution of the Gorernment of Portugal, dated with Decembe.
1808 ....................

............... 735
Proclamation of the Supreme Central Junia. Published at St. Mary

on the 23d December ............. .................. 735

Letter of the King of Prussia to the Magistrates of Berlin, Dec. 94,

1808 .....................................

Treaty of Peace, Friendship, and Alliance, bet ween his Britannic M.-

jesty and his Catholic Majesty Ferdinand VII. Signed at London,

Jan. 14, 1809.........

.......... 750

King's Speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 19 .............. 738

Decree of the Supreme Junta ........ ...................... 740

Gen. William Car Beresford appointed Field Marshal and Commander

in Chief of the Portuguese army ........................ 741

The King of Sweden deposed by his Subjects ................ 743

Letters Patent and Proclamation of his Royal Highness the Duke o

Sudermania, Regent of the Swedish Kingdom, to all the Estates of

the Realm, concerning a General Diet to be held on the 1st of May,

in the present year: Given at the King's Palace, at Stockholm,

M arch 11th, i809.................................... 745

From the Royal Courant, published at Amsterdam on the 4th April 748

Proclamation of the Archduke Charles, dated Vienna, April 6, 1809 749

Letter to the Vice-President of the Supreme Central Junta, dated Me-

rida, 13th April, 1809 ................................ 751

Correspondence between Mr. Erskine and Mr. Smith .......... 752

Declaration of the Emperor of Russia, dated April 25, (5th May) 756

Ukase to the Senate, dated St. Petersburgh, May 7, 1809...... ib.

Abdication of Gustavus, King of Sweden, and Election of a Successor 758

Proclamation of Prince Gallatzin, who has the Command of the Russian

Army which has penetrated Gallicia, addressed to the Inhabitants, in

the Russian and Polish Laguages, dated May 11, 1809...... 759

Imperial Decree, dated Vienna, 17th May, 1809, proclaimed in all the

public squares and market-places of the city ................ ib.

Washinglon. May 22.---Extra Session ...................... 760

Generał Orders, of the 24th of May........................ 762

Orders in Council. - At the Court of the Queen's Palace, the 24th of

May, 1809.- Present - The King's most excellent Majesty in Coun. ?

cil ................................................ 763

Proclamation issued by the new King of Sweden on his ascending the

Throne..............

................ 765

King's Speech in the House of Lords, Wednesday, June 21, by Com-

mission........................................ .... ib.

Proclamation to the Poles ................................ 766

Proclamation of Marshal Augereau, Duke of Castiglione, &c. to the

Inhabitants of Catalonia. Dated Perpignan, July 2........ 769

Portuguese Government.-Decret of the Prince Regent of Portugal,

dated Rio Janeiro, July 6, 1809 ........................ 770

At the Court at the Queen's Palace, the 12th July, 1809.-Present--The

King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council ................ 771

Proclamation of the President to the United States of America. Dated

Washington City, Thursday, August 10, 1809 ............ 772

Message relative to the Pension which the States are to allow to the late

King, Gustavus Adolphus, his Queen and Children. Dated Stock-
holm, Aug. 15 ..................................... ib.
Proclamation of King Joseph, dated Head-quarters, Toledo, Aug. 19,

1809 ......... ................................ 773
Letter of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, M. Champagny,

to General Armstrong, Minister of the United States, at Paris ib.

Royal Order, directed to his Excellency the Marquis de Romana, and

transmitted to him by Don M. Garay, dated Badajoz, Aug. 31 775

Report made to His Majesty the Emperor and king, Protector of the

Confederation of the Rhine, by His Excellency Count de Hunne-

burgh, Minister of War, September 15, 1809.............. 778

Treaty of Peace between Sweden and Russia. Dated 5-17th Septem-

her, iso9 ........ .................................. 784

Address

Address of his most Serene Highness the Prince Arch-Chancellor of t

Empire, to the Conservative Senate, Sitting of the 3d of October, 1809 ............................ Copy of a Letter from Buonaparte to the Emperor of Russia, writta

during the late Negociations with Austria ................. 790 Treaty of Peace between France and Austria, Oct, 15, 1809 .... 79! Proclamation issued by Eugene Napoleon, Arch-Chancellor of State of

the French Empire, Viceroy of Italy, Prince of Venice, and ca mander in Chief of the Army of Italy to the People of the Tyre

dated Head-quarters, Villach, Oct. 26th, 1809 ............ 750 Manifesto, fixing the days when the General Cortes of the Spanish de

narchy are to be convoked and held; Dated Royal Alcazar of Secil, October 28, 1809 ......

....... 15 Official Proclamation ......

....... 80 Speech of the Emperor Napoleon, at the opening of the meeting of the

Legislative Body, Dec. 3, 1809 ........................ sas Sentence against General Monnet. From the Moniteur, Dec. 9.. $04 The following Decree will assist in explaining the Designs of Buona

parte, with regard to one extensive branch of the Hanseatic Leagu.

- Imperial Edict .................................... 805 Divorce of the Empress Josephine. Dec. 17, 1809............

CHARACTERS.

Memoirs of the late General Melville ...... ......... 791 Major Stanhope .......... .......................... 750 Extracts from Memoirs of William Paley, D.D. By George Wilsex

Meadley ........................................... 739 The famous Victor Alfieri's Passion for Music, Abhorence of Dancing,

and Aversion to the French Nation. (Extracted from Memoires of

his Life and Writings. Written by himself.] .............. 749 Condition and Character of the Inhabitants of West Barbary. (From

Mr. Jackson's Account of the Empire of Marocco.].......... 750 Character of several Nations, by Peter the Great, Czar af Muscory,

and the Emperor of Russia. [From Porter's Travels in Russia and

Sweden.) ............................................ 754 Dwarfs and Fools, exhibited in the Houses of the Mobles of Mascar.

[From the same.}...... Description of the King (Gustavus IV.) and Queen of Sweden. (From

the same.]. .......................................... 755 Moors and Jews. [From Semple's Second Journey in Spain.].... 756 Moorish Encampment, or Village. [From the same.] .......... 759 Customs and general Occupations of the Inhabitants of the Paramaribo.

[From the Narrative of Baron Albert Von Sack, Chamberlain to kis Prussian Majesty.]..............

....... 760 Arrawouke Indians of Surinam. (From the same.]............ 764

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