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spared the necessity of so dreadful an action;
-that the place was not tenable; that it
^mgjbt therefore to surrender.

'i'he Prince required that the officers and
eotdiers should have liberty to return to Aus-
tria. « I will grant it," replied the Emper-
or, " to the officers, but not the soldiers;
for who will be my security that they will
aot be made to serve again ?** I'hen, after
having hesitated a moment, he added, « Well
then, i will rely upon the word of Prince
Ferdinand. If he is in the town, I wish to
give him a proof of my esteem, and I will
^aat to him what you require of me, ho-
piag that the Court of Vienna wiU not break


the word of one of its Priaces.*' Upon M *

de Lichtenstein assuring him that Prince
Ferdinand was not in the town, *« Then,"
said the Emperor, ^ 1 do tiot see who is to
be my guarantee that the i-oldiers I send yon
back will not be employed again.** — Oa the
night of tlie i6th there was a terrible bur-
ricane; the Danube completely overflowed,
and carried away almo&t all the bridgo^
which straitens us very mnch in oar supplies
of provisions. — On the 15th, Marshal Ber-
nadotte having pushed his advaiKcd post* at
far as Wasserbourg and Haug, on the roads
of Branilau^ took Tour or five hundred pris*
oners, and x 7 pieces of cannon, having tbaa
taken, since his entry at Munich, nfteep
hundred prisoners, 19 pieces of cannon, two
hundred hories, and a quantity of baggagr,
xuithout ibe loss ef single /»<7ii.— The Emper-
or passed the Rhine on the ist of October;
\he Danube the i6th, at five o'clock in the
morning; the Lech the same day, at hatf-
past three; his troops entered Munich dSt
the X 2th; his advanced guard arrived on the
Inn on the 15th. On the same day he wv
tn^ktcr of Memmingen, and on the 1 7th of
Ulm. — He took from the enemy, at Wert-
ingen, Gunzburgh, Elchin^^cn, the days <X
Memuiingen and Uhn, and in the actio:|B
of Albeck, Langeneau, and Nereshdm,
forty thousand men, more than forty stand
of colours, a great number of cannon, bag-
gage waggons, &c. and to accomplidi 21
this only marches and manuocvrcs were em-
ployed. — In these partial actions the loss oC
the French army amounts to no more thaa
five hundred killed and a thousand wound*
ed. It is a common remark among the troops,
" the Emperor has found out a new method
of making war — he only makes us use onT
legs instead of our bayonets.** Frvc-sixths
of the army have never fired a shot, which
has nvortlfic^ them much. But they have
all marched a great deal, and they redouble
their activity, when they have hopes of over-
taking the eneniy. The eulogy of the army
may be made in two words— It U wortliy
of Its Chief. — ^The Austrian ^rmy majr btt
considered as annihilnted. The Anstrians
and Russians will be obliged to nuke many
.levies of recruits to resi-t the French army,
which has destroyed an army of one hundred
thousand men, without experiencing, we
may say, any loss.

[T« he continued. 1

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Inflammatory Sore Throat .... 5
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peripneumonia Notha 3

Catarrhal Affections ...... 19

Dysentry * • 5

Hooping Oougb 3

Saaall Pox .5

Brfsipclas . ;..,..,• .1

cHaomc DiSBASxt.
Hemicrania . • * • * • .a

ilead-acbe . j . • . . ... 3

I>yspcpsiA . , • 13

Chronic Hepatitis I

Eaterodyaia • a

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P.las . . .-. * . . . . • • %

MsscDtecto Consomption . . . • »
Pulmonary Conenmptiaii .... 4

<ifar«oie.Catavrii.alidDy9piaeA .« . a;

Pleudrodyne . -. t

Asthma . • 7

Chronic Rheamatism 9

lA'mbago .,...' X

Asthenia 13

Tyanpanites t-

Dropsy 5*

Physconia , x-

Dysuria ' . . . Z

Menorrhagia .... . ... .1

Leucorrhas ........ .a

ChlorosH I

Hy^tc^ia . , • t

Heniiphle^ia I*

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Prolapsus Uteri • £

Scrofula . . ; a»

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ng iLtwere mostly £&tali the eruption

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ticf» and in one case with haemorrh^ict
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cou&e(^ucnce of cold.


Including' . the prinrrpal Marriages and Deatfis in and near London; end
Bintrraphical Notices of eminent Persons deceased,

AT a late half-yearly meeting of the pro- gard^ carts 1 aUo of the stench of shngb-

prietoni of that great commercial con- ter-hottses, dung carts, &c. Sec aho of the

rem. the Grand Tunc tion Canal, held at the channel in the middle of Warwick4ane»

Crown and Anchor tavern, in the Strand, into which all manner of fiUh, blood, and

W. Praed, e q. in the chair, Mr. l^ichard excrement, ^c. fee. are thrown. — ^Thc pe*

CoUingshaw was nominated and unani- tition further urges, that the petitioner^ ate

BBOwly elected clerk and solicitor to the not hostile to the interests of tho<>e who o^

conpauy. A statement of the company*s casion these nuisances, and that they have

yjemaiary aiTairs was likewise read, tege- no wish 61* desire, in the least, to intcrrfcrc

fiber with the monthly amounts of the j;rc s wuh, or impede' the business of, Newgate

ittcipcs for tolls taken on the line cf the Market ; — on the contrary, the petitioDen

• canal and its respective branches since the state, as the sole prayer of the petition, that

last half-yearly meeting, when the receipts the Honourable Court will take into cons!-'

were found to be as follows, viz. in- the deration the propriety of enlarging the said

tnoQth of June the sum of 6188/. ; in July, market, and further, to improve it with

S^jZ ; in August, 6981 ; ' '"n S<"ptcmber, proper avenues and drains, and ro adopt such

6071/.; «rd in October, 6981/. Total of other regulatictos for the government of the

'w^pi'* .'%5^^^c'- market, a? may seem bcit in the judgment

• The nc w ly- ere .tc(] bridge ovtr the river of the court to direct.
Ravensbourne, at^ Deptfbrd, commonly il/arnW.] W. Stockens esq. of Wakham

known by the name of Deptford Creek, has. Green, near London, to Miss M. A. Bct-

iKen Litely opened for the use of foot pas- ttsworth, only daughter of J. B. e^q. ©f the

fcrpers and of the public. Tb}« bridge is rectory-hon-e, Parson's Green, near Ful-

sitnated on the road that leads from Dcpt- ham. — J. 'Vhomas, of Su. James's Palace, to

irrd to Greenwich, ?.nd crosses the little Mi>s Martha Clarke, ojf Upper Betgravc

xwcr above-mentioned at or near its efflux Place. — At Sl Andrew's, Holbom, J. Sy-

«r outlet ioto.the 'i'hame-. . . moris, esq. of the Madfas Military £sta-

' Itii in contemplatiod to throw down bi- Uihliment, ^o Mr 4. Read, of Blackfaestik—

acediately the. houses- situated at the end of W. Walker, esq.- of Bninftwick>sqiiare, to

Rnperttstrect, Mtuybonc, .and to open Miss Sleigh, late of WhiteluiU. — At Pan*

tfamgh the avenue a new cueet leading to eras, H. D.. Es^ine, esq. to Miss M. A.

Ckiffard-road ; a meaiuce calculated- to pro- Cooksey — At Su James's Church* J. &.

d^cc a very cunsiderable and much wanted G. Hop%vood,.esq. of Hopwcod-halT, JLao-

improvement to that part of the town. . cash.ire,. to.Mis& Byngt one of the Maids o

.NEWGATK MAtKKT^ Hon9ur.-*-r. Lortcr, -c^q. of Little Mad'
. A petition has been presented' from the. dox-street, Jiaoover-equare, to Miss Bpsh*
tthahitoots, residing in Newgate*ureet, ley, of Orchard-street, portnum-square.—
Warwick-iane, Warwick-quatc, iTy-lanc, Mr. .D. .W. Garrow, only son of W. Oar-
Ave. Maria-lane, and. Paternostcr*row, to row,, esq. .to Miss Charlotte C. Prohy, oof
die Lord . Mayor and Corporation of the of -the daughters of the Ute Rev. Mr. Pro-
City o£ London, detailing a series of nui- bf, jectos of Stratford, in Essex. — Mr.
snce$, arising from the great number of Cope, of Lombardrstseet to Miss M. A.^
Arts^ wpggons- >^d .other, carriages fre- Knight,, daughter of R. of Kent'
qnenting Newgate-*market, some of which read.1 — Mr. B,obkon, of Castle-street, Lei-
ax% drawn . into .Ncwgate^ttreet at two,, oe&ter-fieids, to Mrs. Frosatty relict of ib/e
ihree, and four o'clock in the morning ; late W. F. e^q. of £ppujg ForesL-^Mr.
*^o eofis^laiaihg of the retwuing martet Chorcbill, atcomr ^Tt ot Chcrtsci, to MU

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Steele, (ttily dauj^liter of R. S. esq. bte of
the OitlBaoce Office — Mr. Kime, of Strat-
ftsrdy to Miss Slobem, of Pretton Bxssett,
Bvcks.— At Mftckney, Mr. M. X*. Mertc,
to Mb« E. Mannitog, daoehter of Richard
Mannxiie» esq.— At Mkr^f^ne, Major Dai-
niel, of the rrgth regiment, to Mtts M. East,
'bte of Jamaica.— Tho. Symoads, eaq. of
the Temp!e> to Miis Frances Barlow, of
Frederick's Place, Old Jewry — At St.
Gcorge't, HtoOYer-«quare, Capt. T. Har-
■ ris, cS" the royal fiavr, to M»< WiUiams,
eldest dawrhter of the late Nich. W. esq. of
Berwick Castle, Wilta^— J. Knight, esq. of
I..ea Castle, Worcestershire, to the Hon.
MiM Wynne, eldest daughter of lady Head*
ley. - Rots Mahon, esq. of Castlegar, eoanty
«f Galway, Irebod, to Miss Diana Baber,
daughter of £dw. Baber, e^. Park-street,
Ozoavenor-square.— B. W. Ottley, esq. to
B^KS Zachary, of Anneley-house, in wor-
oestershire.— TheRev. John Jeffery, of Bil-
Kng&hurst, Sossez, to Miss Taylor, daughter
^W. T. e^. of Tottcnham-court-road, and
gtaad-daoghter to the late Rer. Hennr T.
.well known as an Arian |>oleDiical wnter.
He published « The Apology of Benjamin
Ben Mordecai, for embracing Christianity/'
and other theological pieces.

J>iid] In YorC«street, Brigadier General
Ferdinand Beckwith, third son of the late
Mi^ Gen. B^— At Lsidy Molesworth's,in
Upper Brook-street» Mrs. Oiirry, relict of
the late Panl H. O. esq.-*-At her house in
Westminster, Mrs. Huli» relict of the late
•T. H. esq. of Covent Garden Theatre—At
lus house in Manchester-itre^ Ueut. CoL
James Powell, in the service of the Bast
India Company.— At Islington, aged 75,
T. Shirlef, esq.— Abo, aged 57, W. Flower,
esq. fimnerly a wholesale stationer in Can-

noti-sti«e&— ^At Wal^torth, T. Smith, e»q.
of Soothwold, fonrth son or Mr. Aldoi-
man S. of York.— -At Cgham, aged 7J»
the Rev. J. Liptrott, ficar of that parfsh.^^
At Ripley, Surrey, while sittingat dinner,
Mrs-Tringham, wife of — TVingham,
esq.-— At Pancras, in hii 64tb year, R.H61-.
brook, esq. justice of peace for Middlesex^
In Davies-street, the Hon. Mrs. Maitland,
lady of Colonel Maithmd.—- T. Coles, es^.
of A^iogton Park, in Surrey ^— At BDck-
ingham-honse, Pimlico, in her 84th year,
Mrs. Briggs, deputy honse-keeper, whidi
situation she had filled for 44 jpurs^— — *—
Shave, esq. many years a magistrate and re-
ceiver-general for the county of Surrey . - -
The death of this g^antlemao was very sud-
den, as he was apparently in perfea neakb
on the preceding day, and haid transacted
business in his magisterial capacity.— At
Chelsea, aged 78, Mrs. Fordyce, relict of
the late Dr. O. F.— At Slough, in her S^tla
year, Mrs. Browne', mother of Mr. B. nu^
sery-num.— At Pimltco, aged 48, John F*
B. Oottsched, late lieute&ant-colonel of the
60th regiment of foot, and inspector of
-Dutch troopSr-At Stoke Newington, Miss
Hoare, daughter of Jonathan Hoare, esq."^
In South Charlotte-street, Capt. R. Mait-
land, of the Stirlingshire militia.— At her
apartments is Greenwich hospital, Mrs.
Smith, relict of the hte Capt. S. of the royal
navy^— The Rev« Alexander Cleves, lecturer
atKnightsbridge chipel.— At Chester Place^
lambeth, H. R. Larpent, esq.-^In Bemen-
street, Mrs. Harriot Collins, wife of J. C-
cq. — ^At the house of his 'uncle, Piul Op* *
chard, esq. — ^In Chesterfield-ttreet, aged «1#
G. Pauley Buck, eiq. of Daddon, in DevMK
shire.— At Hoddesdoa, HertSi aged 85, Jat.
Eisdale, esq.


JMomr^] Mr. W. Sharp, of Waltham
6t JLanrcnce, to Miss Smith, of Maideo-
head ThickeL— In London, Mr. C. Hayter,
Jnn. of Staines, to Miss Otfbett, ^f the (Md
Bell bm and Tkvem, Holborn.

IHml,] At Reading, Mrs. WesAfDok»
ftrifeof RichaidW. esq. banker.- After a
•very short illness, Mr/Fanton, of Oistle-
atreet, of the religious society cf Onokers^—
AtFarringdon, aged 67^ Mrs: vmcentr-
JX Shaw, in hb xoth vear^ Mr. Lamb—-
Aboot three years a^ tms gemle i gan, by a
•very curiow operatior of singery, had^ »-
:very large cancer taken frook fit under Up.
f— At an advanced age, Mrs. St. Leger, of
Tmnkwell — At Hampstead, in Nfiddlesez,
Mrs. £li2. Simmnns, relict ti the late H.
J5. esq. of the same plaee, and modfer of
the Rev. John Symonds BeedoBi B. B* of
Bere Oouit, ip^is coosty.


Meteorological Journal, from October d,
to Qetober 15, boca inclusive, eonformab%
to obsenratioos duly registered in the public
fibrary 4^ the Univerrity of Cambri49e, ae
two o'ckKrk, P. M.

Ifajif MuHk ^0grm, Wt^Att*

Wednesday 9 58 Clwdy.

Thursday 10 5% Fine.

Friday 11 JO ClMy.

Saturday t% 50 ^u^^*

mifiday 13 ^ Rain.-

Monday 14 53 ^fi«^

Tuesday xj $$ . Fine.

Af«rrW.1 At Hfmmgford Abbot, cnntf

Hunthigdon» G. MargettSyCtq.of Kea^

ingwovth, to Miss Cbr£— At Cambridge*

Mr, R. Baker, to Mist. FoTtin, mittreia of
the Bdl pubtic-hoase^-The Rev. W. Broad-
hcBtv orBeUeoghay, and formerly of flu

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Provincial Occurrences..

lohnVCollcge, Cambridge, to Mn. Fow- of N<irthwtch, In tkk county, taMis^lAoy^r
Icr, a widow lady of Newark upon Trent, daughter of the late J L. esq. — ^At CbebMr*
— W. Coxhead Marsh, esq. of Park Halt T. Richards, esq. to Miss A. Stringer* daughr
Essex, and fcUow of Peter House, Cam- ter of the late "Mr, S. upholsterer.
bridge, to Miss Sophia Swayne, of Casfle XfieJ,] At Chester, Mrs. Myrton, relict
Hcdingham, and daughter jaf the late Rev. of the late Richard M. esq. barrister. — In hk
Mr. S. rector of Stretliam,in this county. — 85th year, Mr, S. Hewitt, late a merchant
At Ely, W/ Bacon, e :q. of Newton Cap, in of Shrewsbury .—At the Royal Hotd in thk
thebishoprickofDurham, toMissMoseley. city, after a short illne88.-r>0. Molyncux
«— Sir James Uuberlcy , of Gain's l-iall, coun- Wynne, esq. of Overton Hall, in the countjr
ty of Huntingdon, to Miss St. Barbe, eldc*t of Flint.— The Rev. John Capper, late of
^ugbter of Charles St. B. e.^tj. of Lypung- Godhorpe, near this city^ — ^At the early age
ton — At Bedford^ Mr. Benjamin Greene, of nearly 15 years, Miss S. Hopedaughto*

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