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The Duke of Sudermania, the King's three flags of truce, furnished with authouncle, having assured the Governmeut rity, arrived at the head-quarters, and as Regent, issued the following
signed the surrender of the place. On . . , Proclamation
the 27th, at seven o'clock in the morn." Wc, Charles, by the grace of God. Heine, the town was occupied by the divi. reditary Prince of Sweden, the Goshs, Van
sion of Mermet, and by a brigade of dragoons. dals, &c. Duke of Sudermania, Grand Ad.
On the same day the garrison was disarmed: miral, &c. &c. do declare, chat, under er.
the disarming also produced 5000 musque s. isting circumstances, his Majesty is incapa.
The people who do not belong to Ferrol, ble to act, or to conduct the important affairs
have been remanded to their villages -The of the nation. We have therefore, (being
men who had stained themselves with blood the nearest and only branch of the fansily of
& during the insurrection, have been arrested. age) heen induced for the time being, as Ad.
Admiral Obregon, whom the people had arministrator of the Kingdom, to take the
rested during the insurrection, has been put reins of Government into our hands, which,
at the head of the arsenal. There have been with the help of the Almighty, we will con.
found in the port three vessels of 112 guns, duct, so that the nation may regain peace,
two of 88, one of 74, two of 64, three friboth at home and abroad, and that trade and
gates, and a considerable number of corvettes, commerce may revive from their languishing *
brigs, and unarmed vessels, nuore than 1500
pieces of cannon of every size, and ammustate. " Qur inviolable intention is, to consult.
nition of all kinds It is probable that but with the States on the means to be taken to
for the precipitate retreat of the English, render, the future time happy co the people
and the affair of the 16th, they would have of Sweden. We invite and command, there
occupied Ferrol, and seized this beautiful fore, all the inhabitants of our nation, our
squadron. The military and naval officers forces by sea and land, and also the civil offi
have taken the oath to King Joseph with the cers of all degrees, to obey us, as our real
greatest enthusiasm. What they relate of intention, and their own welfare, demand.
their sufferings from the lowest classes of the We recommend you all to the protection of po God Almighty.
Order reigns in Gallicia, and the autho3 ,
2. *Done at Stockholm Palace, A
rity of the King is re established in this 3 tbc 13th March, 1809.
province, one of the most considerable of 9.
che Spanish Monarchy. Signed) . 6 CH'ARLES. . s. 1- C . LAGERBRING."
General Laborde has found at Corunna, on the sea-shore, seven pieces of cannon, which
the English had buried on the 16th, not ESPAIN.
being able to take them away. Thirty-Second Bulletin of the French Army. + La Romana, abandoned by the English and
The Duke of Dalmatia being arrived be his own troops, has fled with 500 men, in forç 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 garpeople, famented by the spies whom the
hy the big whom the rison were preparing to abandon this nation,
the 24th the as indignant at the perfidy of the English, as Duke of Dalmatia received two mesasengers,
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 troops, and that arrogance and came across the mountains, sent by the mi.
ill-founded pride which render this nation litary commanders. These couriers were odious to the Continent. both sent without the kpowledge of the poo:
Thirty. Tbird Bulletin. ple. They stated that the authorities were' The Duke of Dalmatia arrived at Tayos under the yoke of a furious populace, arciced the 10th of February. The whole province and paid by the agents of England, and that is subdued. 8000 men belanging to the city and its envi. He collected all his forces in order to crost! tons were in arms. The Duke of Dalmatia the Minlio on the following day. He was ta had to resolve upon opening the trenchesreach Oporto between the 15th and 20th bet from thg 94th to the 25tb, various and Lisbon between the 20th and the a8th. movements were manifest in the town. The The English have embarked at Lisbon in 17th regiment of light infantry had repaired order to abandon Portugal. The rage of the to Mugardory, the Sia regiment of light in Portuguese was at its utmost height, and fentary were at the forts of La Palma and every day considerahle and bloody conflicts Saint Martin, and ae Lasranes and as they between the English and Portuguese tool blockadedche font of Sains Philip the people place, began to fear the consequence of an assault In Gallicia, the Duke of Elehingen bas and to listen to mea of ceny. On the 26th, completed the organization of the province.
ing of the 17th (February). A battery of 50 geon eight feet square, and released : no idea pieces was played off at three o'clock in theat. can be formed of the miseries he had under cone. ternoon. A battalion of the 28th regiment at
GREAT BRITAIN. tacked and took possession of a monastery, the The house of Comnious bas been almost walls of which were of brick, and from three exclusively occupied during the present to four feet thick. General Gazan then re- month, in the investigation of the charges paired with rapidity tothe bridge, over which against the Duke of York, which were the insurgents made their retreut to the town i specified in our last, in our detail of the he killed a vast number, made 4000 prisoners,
speech of Mr. Wardle. No business since amongst whom were 2 generals, 12 colonels,
the fanious exclusion-bill against a fure 19 Lieutenant-Colonels, and 230 ofbicers He
mer Duke of York, has ever so solemnly took 30 pieces of artillery. Nearly all the
engaged the attention of parliament, or troops of the line in the town had beset this important part, which had been threatened absorbed so much the interest of the dasince the 10th. At the same monient the t1011, Duke of Abrantes entered the Casso, through Alier a tedious examination of Mrs. several covered ways, and by mians of two Clark, one of the mistresses of the Duke small mioes, blew up the extensive buildings of York, and of various commections of of the Schools.
her's, and in exculpation of various cous After these evenis, terror was spread sections of the Duke of York, ju aid of Chroughout the town. The Junta, in order to
whom, all the influence of yurerinnent wns' procure delay, and obtain time to abaletheter.
in vain exerted, it was at length demoror of the inlatitants, coughe a pasley; but
strated, that his Royal Highness had at their bad faith was known, and the artifice was
least been guilty of connivance in the curuseless. Thirty other houses were possessed
rupt practices of his mistress. by undermining or by minés. Atlength, on the istof Febrary, the whole
On the close of the examination, which town was possessed by our troops. 15,000 in. would alone fill a large volume, a motion fantry and 2000 cavalry laid down their arms made by Mr. Wardle for an address to the at the gate of Portilla, and 40 Bags and 150 King, to dismiss the Duke froin his situapieces of cannon were delivered up. The in- tion of Cominander in Chief, aud Cap. surgents lost 20,000 men during the seige; tain General, was solennly argued for 13,000 were found in the hospitals: 500 died the unprecedented period of six days, daily. . .
during which, all the eloquence and iaThe Doke of Montebello would allow no lents of the country were displayed. capitulation to the town of Saragossa. He only The speakers on the side of the veople published the following provisions : The garrison shall, at noon, on the 21st,
1SC) WHTTBREAD, WILBERTONCE, BANKES, lay down their arms at the gate of Portilla,
"BATHURST, Wynne, and Snith, and the where they shall remain prisoners of war. Those of the troops of the linc, who are wil. Lords FOLKSTONE, Milton, Petty, and Jing to take the oath to King Joseph, may b: TEMPLE; and on the side of the Doke, allowed to enter into his service. In case this the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUEn, the entrance shall not be permitted by the Minis- ATTORNEY and SOLICITOR GENERAL, d.o ter of war to the King of Spain, they shall be LATE and PRESENT SECRETARY OF WAR, prisoners of war and sent to France. 1 he wor- the WELSH JUDGE BURTON, Mr. SECREship of God shall be reverenced. All thear- TARY CANNING, and some other nem tillery and ammunition of every kind shall be bers or connections of administration. delivered up. All the arms shall be deposited Thrce amendments were tooted, by at the doors of the different houses, and col- the Chaucellor of the Exchequer, by lected by the respective Alcades.
Mr. Banks, and Mr. Bathorst. Tie 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, 120 agarust it.. considerable.
The Duke of Montebello has nominated for the Chancellor of the Excheques General Laval Governor of Saragossa.
Amendment 218. and ngainst it 194 A Deputation of the Priesthoud and differ- For Mr. Bapkes's amendment 199, dd ent inhabitants has set out for Madrid. against it 994.
Palafox is dangerously ill. He was the ob. But on the interval between T ject of the contempt of the whole hostile ar- _journed debate on Mr. Bathore my, who accused him of arrogance aad meinement, TRE DURE OF YORK RESIGND. ness. He was never ken where there was any HIS OFFICE and thus w danger.
the settler The Count de Fuentes, Grundet of Spain, the following is who had been arrested by che insurans dent minont months ago as his catates, was foundia adus
List of the Minority of 199 zubo voted against the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequery
for acquirting the Duke of Yorks Adanas, 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, Wn. Greenhill, Robert Maryatt, J. . . Smith, s. Astley, Sir Jacob Greenough, G. B. Martin, H.
Smith, W. Aubrey, Sir J. Greenfell, Pascoe Maule, Hon. W. Smith, G. Babington, Tho. Giles, D.
Smith, J. Bageneli, W. Hall, Sir J.
Mildmay, Sir H. Sneyd, N. Baker, J.
Halsey, Joseph Miller, Sir J. Staniforth, John Baring, A. I Hamilton, Lord A. Mills, c.
Stanley, Lord Baring, T... .. Herbert, H.
Stuart, Hon. M. Bastard, J. P.' Hibbert, Geo.
Milner, Sir W. Sumner, G.H. - Biddulpb, 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. Buuverie, 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, WH.
O'Hara, C. . Thornton, Samuel Coleraft, 1. Hurst, R. . . Old, W.- . Thornton, Henry Calvert, N.
Hutchinson, Hon. C. Ossulston, Lord Tierney, Rt Hon. G.'' Cocks, J. Jacob, Wm.
Palmer, Charles "Tigbe, W. * Coke, D. P. Jackson, J. , Purnell, H. . Townsend, Lord I . Colburne, N. W. R. Keck, G. A. L. Peele, Sir R.. Tracey, C. H. ,' Combe, H. S K emp, T.
Tremayne, J.H. " Cooke, Bryan. Kensington, Lord" Pelham, Hon C. Turner, J. F. e Cowper, E. Synge' King, Sir J. D. S.: Pecey, Lord H. Turton, Sir T. 1. Craig, J.. Knapp, G.! ! Pochin, c. 1 V aughan, Hon. J. " Creevey, Tbos. 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. war Day, Rt. Hon. D. B. Langton, W. G. “Porchester, Lord: Warrender, Sir G. Dickenson, W. Latouche, D.
Portnan, E.B... Western, C. C.
Whitmore, s. 4
Riatey, Sir M. Whittle, F. pe Yellowes, Hon. N. Lemon, Sir W. Rumilly, Sir S . Wilberforce, w Perron, RC Lethbridge, J. B. Russell, Lord W. Willoughby, H. Instead, Rt Hon.M.Lloyd, J. M.
Saint Aubin, Sir T. Wilkins, Walter Foley, Hon. A. Lloyd, Sir E.
Salisbory, Sir R. Windham, Rc Hon. W. Foley, Thomas Lloyd, Hardreis Saville, A.
Winnington, Sir T. E. Folkestone, Lord Longman, G.
Scudamore, R. P. Wynne, c. Police Bir Mestis Lygon, Hon. J. Sebright, Sir J. Wynne, Sir W.
Milton and the three Mr. Dundas's were kept away by the death of a near relation. Pencio Burdert was also absent, through indispusition, and Mr. T. W. Cuke and Ms. men Williams were obliged to go into the country,
MARRIAGES. AND DEATHS IN AND NEAR LONDON :
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, che Rev. Robert Hughes,
house in Bond-street. Hence ensued the vicar of Westfield, Sussex, to Miss Porteus,
challenge, and the subsequent duel at Gol. of Hill, near Southampton.
dar's Green; where, according to étiquette, At St. James's, F. E. March, esq. of the
Mr. Powell fired first, and inflicted the more Ordnance Office, Tower, to Miss fordan, of
tal wound. Lord F.stood for above a minute in Park Place, daughter of the celebrated Mrs.).
bis 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; Lord F. inAt St. George's Hanover-square, Captain
stantly expressed a desire to go thither in John Clitherow, of the guards, to Sarah, el.
preference to any other place, for the world dest daughter of General Burton.-Jolin
would then be convinced he owed no enmity Rowlat, jun. esq. to Juliet Anne, eldest
to bis antagonist. Here his lordship landaughier 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 suce Perthshire, to Miss Anna Read, daugliter of
ceeded to the title of Viscount Falkland on W. T. R. esąs of North Audley-streer.
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 Rocherithe, 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, esq. of Gray's Inn, to Miss
had realized a very large sum by prize-moneyHester Cooper, uf Thornaugh.street.
The sister of Mrs. Gibbs the actress, who At St. Mary.le bonne, Mr. Edward Chur.
had succeeded Mrs. Clarks in the estahlish. ton, of Oxford-street, to Mary, fourth daugh-'
ment of a Royal Duke, took the name of Ca.
rey, whilst she was under the protection of ter of Robert Smith, esq. of the Nether Wilds, Hertfordshire. Captain Reade, of
Lord Falkland, then Captain Carey. His
lordship married in the West Indies in the the first regiment of foot guards, to Miss
year 1809, the daughter of a merchant of Hoskyns, sister of Sir Hungerford H.-The
the first respectability. She has three sons hon, and Rev. James St. Leget, brother of
and a daughter, the eldest boy who succeeds Lord Viscount Donervile, to Miss Catherine
to the title being only five years old. His Williams, youngest daughter of the late
conduct as a husband and father has been Thomas W. esq. of Epsom.
exemplary. He was about forty years old, At Queen square Chapel, Harobleton, Tho
was distinguished for a fine manly persons mas Custance, esq. of Weston House, Nor
and his company was much courted, which folk, to Mary, only daughter of the luse and
occasioned him to mix too frequently in conMiles Bower, esq.
vivial societies: he was lately dismissed frim At Batterka, Francis Wilson, esq. of Bat.
his ship ou account of some irregularities tersea Rise, to Miss Lloyd. Stephen Vertue, esq. corn-factor, Mark.
arising from too frec a circulation of the bot. lane, to Anne, eldest daughter of Samuel
tle at his own cable ; but he was about to be
restored to a command, a circumstance which Brent, esq. of Greenland Dock. At Putney, Charles Hanımersley, esq.
had greatly exhilirated his spirics, and persecond sun of Thomas H. 659. 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, Josepb Davis, John T. esq. of Waverley Abbey. Mr. Jacob Joggett, bookseller, of Taunton,
of Lincoln's inn, esq. a young gentleman
who had sonictime since come to London, Somerset, to Miss Charpante, only dauyba cer of William C. csq. of Jewry-street.
to undergo a course of studies, to qualify hira
for the practice of the law. In which proDIED.
fession, his relations and friends bad, in conA: Stoke Newington, at the early age of sequence of his natural and acquired powers, 20 and a few months, the amiable and ac- promised then selves that he would some time complished wifc of Mr. James Elmes, archi- have shone with superior lustre. tect, of Colloge-Hill.
In Cadogan Place, the Dowager-lody Atb. of a wound received in a duel with Mr. burton, relict of the celebrated Toho Dunning Powell, of Devonshire Place, Lord Viscount Lord A. Fra dland. The quarrel wnich produced this A t Lambeth, Henry Ilollurd, of the Genc. fatal mrering oraginated in Lond Falkland's ral Pose Ollice, late agent ler bis Majesty't addressing Mr. Ponell, with whom he was on packets at Gofienburgh.