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METEOUDLOGICAL JOURNAL, OCTOBER, 1805.

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN.
By the Winchester QuartSer of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll, of 1401k.
Avoirdupoise, from the Returns received in the Week ended Nor. 16, 1805.



INLAND COUNTIES.



Middles

Surrey

Hen ford

Bedford

Huntifl.

Mortha.

Rutbnd.

t,eicc.str.

Kotting.

Derby..

ScaJford

Salop . .

Hcrefor.

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"Wilts

Berks..

Oxford

Bucks.

Brecon, 94

Montgoj 87

IUdnor.1 94



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62 iz

63 II

70 o

68

75

75

83

87

89

83

96

90

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fl8 aJ'Su'«sex . . ,
28 oJSiiffolk . .
24 lo,jCambridgc

27 6. .Norfolk . .
24 o|: Lincoln .

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46 9( a8 Sli^armarthen
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AGRICULTURAL REPORT,



THE young early sown 'a heats, generally backward, for want of rain. Much seed
laid a long while in the ground, but has lately apjfteared, and look^ very pronus-
u.g. A great deal of wheat yet remains to be soWn, even in Kent, which m»t be aho
the case in various other districts. In the north and we<t, and the midland counties, the
5eed time has been favourable, and the general aspect of the agriculture of the country
is most fortunate. T}ic winter crops oftares, rye, &c. although not so luxuriant as in
seasons of greater moisture, look very healthy and promise heav^ crops. There is
perhaps a greater breadth of winter tar^s this year generally, than in any former sea-
eon, a mo.^t encouraging symptom of improving husmmdry. Wheat was tiie best cnp,
both z-i to quantity and equality, but of the read merits of the crop, we ihall not know
with certainty until' the spring. It is universally supposed large. Oats and barley not
60 good on the whole a:s wa9«xpected — Turnips mo t abundant and excellent, with th^
fatception perhaps of Middlesex, not indeed much of a turnip county.

Northumberland »till holds the >upcri6rity for turnip culture oter every other (fi*r
trict, Norfolk iiot excepted. They drill them in the former, on narrow ridges, rows 26
inches distant, and gee the heaviest crops in England. Thrashi^ Machines getbog
more and more into use in the southern and eastern counties, llie wages of labour
niore liberally pai^.aU over England, t>ian at any former period ; in some parts, nearly
or altogether, to tUc highest point wliich they would reach, were there no restrainiog
laws. Dritioh husbandry had never arrived at so flonrtshing a state In any fonner ps-
eeriod, yet much remains to be done by patriots and improvers. We ha^ neverthe-
less legions of ideots remaining among; u<, who are constantly lisping out murmurs and
^gmpiainbt against agricultural societies and cattle ahevm !

Lean 5tock dear as before, the fat low, excepting hoes and pigs. Beef at Smitbfidd
(sinking the uffal) 3 to 4s. 6d. — and 5s. par stone, of 8lb. Mutton 4 to 4s. 8d.— Veal
4 to .5-. 4d.— Hause lamb i to is, od. per lb»^Dairy Pork 55. 8d,-^Best Town ^
von 6s. .«'...

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47« Alphaletical List ^ Bankruptcies and DivideTuU.

BILL of MORTALITY, from OCT. 22, 1805. to NOV. 19,

CHRISTENED.- BUR1£D.

Males .;6.0 \ , .^. Males ^04\ , ^^
l^cmalcs ;3p/ ^^^^ Females 775 1 ^^^
Whereof ha\c died under two years old 526



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS,

October 22, 1805, to November 23, 1805, inclusive. . *
[Extracted from the London Gazette.]

Mildred Vcourt, Poultry.) CokE. jm.



BANKRUPTCIES.

[The Solicitors* Names arc between paren*
thettfc]

ARBOUJN J. Hart-«trccti Crutdicd-
frian, wine-merchant (Rainc, Mark-
lane.) .Aked G. and C. young, Glao'
ford BriggSjLincdnshirc, eom-merchant«
(Nicholsoa, Glanford Briegt.) Adkin*
5. Wicker, Sheffield, iron-founder (Sher-
wood, Sheffield.) Addiaon T. PreKon,
Lancashire,. wooUen«>4raper. (Blanahard
and Co. Prcstoi^.} Ar<» T. Queeo-street,
Cheap Nide> dealer (Didksoo, Old Broad-
street )

Bailey R. Hdnden^strect, Somcr*a To^b^,
builder (Flexncv, Chancery -lane.) Brown
T. Pecn, Staffordshire, miller (Buck-
naily Albrjghton, near Wolverhampton,)
Blunt W. Hartwell, Northampton, for-
mer (Kirby, Tovrccster.) Bcndelaek A*
James-court, Bury-street, St. Mary Aie,
JLopdon, merchant (Day, Martin Vlaae,
Cannoru$tfcet.J Bradburn R^. Wolver-
hampton, victualler (Biddle/ Wolvei^
hampton.) Brewer J. Richmond, Sur-
rey, victualler fShepcutt, Hart-street,

.. Bloom«bury.) Bowden J. Glassop, Der-
byshire, cotton-^pinncr (Wctherall,
'Spring Gardens, Manchester.) Buckle
B. jun. Peterborough, Northampton-
shire, money-scrivener (Giles, Great
Bhirc-lanc, London.) Broomhcad W.
Stamford, .I'incolnshire, ironmonger
Qackson and Co. Stamford.) Barton J.
Clapham, Surrey, carpenter (Try, RolTs
Buildings, FcMcp-Iane.) ^ullock S. Tyl-
desley4^ancashirc,callico-printer(Foulkes
and Co. Manchester.)

Colwill J. Newnham, Gloucc8tershire,wine-
mcrchant (Tanner, Bristol.) Cotton J.
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, scrivener
(BJddlj?, Wolverhampton.) Clap'^au T.
Egcrton^ Kent, butcher (Cook, Maid.



Sedley, Stafford&ire, yictualkr fSpsr^
rier, Binpingham.) Calyezt R. GreaN
Mary-lc?bone-s^reet, jadJer (Bousfield,
Bouverio^Strect, fileee-«creet.) Onoodsoft
T. Wigan, Lancashire, innkeeper (Bre-
thertoi>, Wigan.)

Deacon B. Orange-atreet, Bloombury-
square, pastry-cook (l^ownseody Stir's
Inn.) l>ysterj. Ok(^in(>taa. DevoA-
shire, wool«apler (Coiling, Okehnnp-
ton.) Pickenson W. sen. T* QooAJI,
and WJ)icken%on, jun..Pau^r7-9 baalun
(Adams, Old Jewry.) I^idccnsoa W.
T. OoodfaaU, M. Goodhall, and W. Didn
enson, the younger, Birmingfaam, Ink-
ers (Barker and Ca or ^^>ateley, Bir-
mingham.)

Fell T. Wardour-street, coadMnaker (Al-
lan, London-street)- Furlcy W. Duke-
street, Luic<iInVinn-6elds, - gold-beater
(Tebbwtt and Ca Gray's*inn-^quare.)—
Fairless M. Bishop Wearmooth, Dtf^
ham« coalfitl»v <' Dunn, Durham.) Fld-
cher J. Walbrook, merchant (Price and
Co. Old Buildings, Lincoln*i-imi ) For^
S. Birmingham, merchant (Bolton and
Ca Temple.) Fishei- S. M. Gravesend,
linen-draper (Vanderc^m and Ca fiiub
lane. Cannon-street.)

Greatrer C. Sutton Coldfteld, Warwick-
shire, broke/ (Clare and Co. Gray**4no*
square.) Groom R. Old-street, sixe^ms^
iLcr (Drew, Bermondscy-street.) Otinie«
O Great Warner-street, Co!dbatfa-fidd$i
linen-draper (Langley, PlumbtTce-strct^
Bloomsbury.) Goodwin W. KingV
Arms-suirs, Westmmiter-bridcc ftfliid,
timber-merchant (Allen, Cartisfe-street)
Green W. the younger, Maidstone, deal-
er (Seudamore, Maidstonci) Graves W.
late of Lloyd's Coff5ie«*on3e, merchant
(Glenn, Garlick hiU-)



•tone.) Crowthcrf. and J. Watson, Man- Hocven D. T. V. Bury-street, ft. May

Chester^ cotton-spmncrs (.Milne and Co*. *"^ ^t»-* /ciu. a r^ wkifii

Manchester.) Chattcrton W. Waltham^
Lincolnshire, grocer (Galland, Kingston
upon Hull.) Cookbum Aa GrayVimx*
luie, sadler (Wudus, Broad-street.)-*
Chorley T. Liverpool* merchant (Lfeigh,
Liverpool.) Chatterton S. Snaith^York-
ahirc, grocer (Bingley, Snaith.) Col-
wiiiej. Cheap iide, liacB-draper (Scott,



Axe, merchant (ElKson and Ce. White
Hart-coutt, Lombard-stiect.) Hudson
C. Lane End, Staflbrdshirtp,- wdler (Ptf-
kdf, Stafford.) Hudson J. Sun-itrcet,
Bishopsgate, tobacconist (Hqc:^, Cltf-
ford^s inn.) . HewhaU J. Manchester,
innkp^per (Jaclson, Walbfoolt/} Ham-
son W. Isleworth, merchant (Sfaephard
and Co. Bedfotd-nw.) Howard T. a&4

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yf. Manchester, (Battyc, Chanccry-
Uuc ) Haward T. ManchcNtcr, soap-
boiler (Crump and Co. Liverpool, or
BattyA, Chancery-lane.) Hadficld T.
and W. Wakefield, dealers (Carr, Wake-
field.) Hclems C. W. Plymouth, linciH
draper (Cook, Bristol.) ^

Isaacs d. and M. Beris Marks, merchants
(Scott» St. Mildrcd*';-court, Poultry.)—
Jooes T. Gloucester, Korse^eaier (Ward,
Gloucester.) Jackson C. Down Amp-
neyl Gouccrter, * linen-draper (Ward,
Farripgdon, Berkg.)

Kettle G. Birmingham, toy-maker (tVcbb
«id Co. Birming^haia.]

LoYcU T. Shoredttch, baker fWcbb, St.
Thomas' s-strcct, Southwark.) Lock H.
•Northampton - buildings, Clerkcnwell,
watch-manufocturer {Denton,Field-court,
GrayVinn.) Levin M. M. Leadenhall-
street, merchant (Mangnall, Warwick-
9^are.) ■

MacklawrinD.Watnng-street, warchousc-
tnan (Atkinson, Falcon-square } Moor-
-Coot R. Manchester, joiner (Motgan,
Manchester.) Morpm R. Aberdane,
Glamorganshire, apothecary (Mo'gan,
•Neath ) Morgan J. Princes-street, Bat-
hican, victua'ler f Hughes** iCiiffbrds-inn.-)
•Mcrryweathcr E. Manchester, cotton-
^ spiuner (Chesshyre and Co. Manches-

ter.) Miller T. Ilford» Essex, dealer
(Vandercom and Co. Bnsh-lane, Can-
xuHHstreet.) MarrR. Lancaster, mer-
thaiA (Mason and Co. Lancaster.) Mo-
hun R. Bishop Wearmomh, chemist and
druggist (Parker» Bishop Wearmouth.)
Morgan J. New Compton-street, St.
. GileaVyvictuallcrrSurr, Chelsea,)' Mel-
lor J. Sheflield, Yorkshire, rope-maker
t^Rodgers, Sheffield.)

Nichols J. Earshara, Ndrfolk, butcher
(Kingsbury, Bungay.)

Osier J. Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
(Young, Falmouth.)

P«ike S. late of Ram^gate, Kent, carpen-
ter r Hawking and Co. Margate.) Pat-
triwk T. King -street, Covent-garden, op-
Cician (Edmunds and Co. (Lincoln*8-inn.)
Brior J. Mar^h Ditton, Surrey, brewer
(Clarkson, £ -sex-street, Strand.). Per-
riii T. Chichester, innk^per (Bally,
Chichester.) Pierce ]. Lower Thanies-
mrtet, fi.shmonger (£dis, Clement*.*)*
lane, Lombard-«treet.) Preston R. and
W. M4jlden, Liverpool, merchants
(Bbck^tock, Liverpool, or St. Mildred*s
court, London.) ^ Palmer T. Ooodge-
street, St. Panels, tailor (Pinero,
CharlCi^-strcct.) v

littdhair H. Broad- street, Bristol, silk-mer-
cer (Martin, Exchange^ building^s, Bris-
tol) Raijg^^le B. -Manningham, York-
fhire> clothfer -(Croiley,' Bradford.)——
Eice T. High-street, Larobcth, corrier
(OttDni»g) CieiuciitVioc^V



nfTintNDs.

A&kcn, C. Kendal, Westmorland, mer-
chant, Dec. 6. Allen, W. KingVRoad,
Holborn, coach -maker, Dec. lo. Ash-
mfore, T. SwitbinVlane, merchant, De-
cember lO.

Butler, W. Wddon, Northampton«?hire, li-
nen-draper, Nov. 1 6. Bebbington, City-
Road, umbrella-mat cr, Nov. 30. Blaney,
T. Bouvcrie-street, Whitefriar^, mariner,
November ;^o. Browne, R. Adams-cotot,
Broad-street, merchant, Dec. ic. Burr,

. G. Maidstone, Kent, money scrivinery
Jan. 4. Bell, J. Coningsbr, Lincolnihire,
miller, Dec. a. Baker, J. Holborn, linen-
draper, Dec. 5. Bentham, Band T. Cha-
tham, hankers, Nov. 30 Baker, R. St.
Peter Vhill, fcrritt-wcaver, Dec. 10.—
Barker, S. Stoke-upon-Trtnt^ Stafford,
manufacturer of earthenware, Dec 17.



BccstoM, J. Manchester, merchant, Dec.
12. Butler, W,
Dec. 21.



. Holborn, tavern-keeper,



Crean, E Margaret, St. Cavendish- square,
carpenter, Nov. 23. Cohen, L.- Jewry,
St. Aldgate, merchant, Nov. 16. Clayton,
T. Kingstoif-upon-Hull, printer, Nov.
19 Crank, W. C. Kensington, brewer,
Dec 14. Clark, F, Coventry-street, ho-
sier, Nov. .-^a Classan, T. Burr. street.
Bast SmJthfieid, merchant, Nov. 30.
Croft, L. St. Jamcs's-strcet, coffee-house
kecpef, Dec. 14. Coote, T. Norwich,
ironmonger, Dec. 5, Clarkson T. Kings-
bury, Warwickshire, dealer in coals, Dec.
4. Chatterton, T. and E. Wells, Brench-
ley, Kent, hat manufacturers, Dec. 10,
Comer, W. Bristol, dealer in clay, Dec.
z6. Coleman, J. Fetter-la nepainter,
Nov. 26.

Driver, T. Burnley, Lancafhirc, grocer,
Nov. 15 Dann, W. T. Bentham, B. Ben-
tham, and J. Baikie, Chatham, bankers,
Nov. 30. Dickcrn.^on, E. Berncr'-street,
Oxford.strcet,dragiB:ist, Nov. 26. Dcwd-
ncy, B.thc elder, Linkfield-street, Rei-
gate, Surry, horse dealer, Noveirbcr 30.
Davis, G. Boston, Lincoln, gia^jS and
chinaman, Dec. 13.

Evan, H. Stanmore, shopkeeper. Dee. a.
Elliot, G. and G. Pickford, Wood-street,
Cheapside, velvet ribbon manufacturers,
Dec. »i'. Bmervoa, J. Bitton, Glouces-
tershire, bras < and spelter maker, Nov. i.
Eyre, B. lokcnhou-^e-yard, merchant,
Nov. 19. El .t, J.' Princess-street, Soho,
upholsterer, December 14. Ellis, D. Long
Acre, dealer in canvas and cloth, Dec 17.
Evans, W. M. Mark-lane, broker, Nov.
30. Ewill, W. Batti, upholder, Dec. 3.
Edwards, J. and G. Manve 1, Caie CqjIi
FlintslMTC manufaaurerr of earthenware ,
December 11. Eaton, J-. Liverpool, nfcr*
c^ant, Dec. ^x-. Eyre, B. H: Atkinson,
and- W* Watson , Tokcnhoui c-y ard, met*
chants, Januar^^ 28.



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480 .

Farly, J. R. Steyning. Surez, linen-draper,
Kpvember i6. Fox, J. and W. Pave,
mcnt, Fmsbury, merchants, January a.y
Fcnwick, T. J. Penzance, linen-draper,
November 19. Fernyhough, Uttoxeter,
Stafford >/iire, innkeeper, November 19.
Fuller, D. Woddbndge, Suffolk, mer-
chant, November 15. * Flinders, W. Bos-
ton, Lincoln ^hirCf ironmonger, November
'15. Freeman, W. Northampton, grocer,
Dec^nber 11. Finde.<»h, J. Jun. CJip-
stone-street , carpenter, Dec. z 7 . French^
G. great Eastcheap^ broker, Dec. zo.

Goody, T. Sheffield, Yorkshire, grocer,
December 3. Gutherie, R. and C. Cook,
JLiverpool, merchants, Dec. zo. Gray, J..
Monkwearmouth, Durham, ship owner,
December 5. Groves, J. Liverpool, ma-
riner, December 16.

Hculey, J. Bishopsgate-strcct, tdbaccpnist,
Nov. 36. Higg-', D. Chipping Sodbury,
Gloncestershire, liquor merchant, Nov.
a6. Hall, J . Wapping, High - street, tailor,
Nov. 30. Hoggray, J. Lnther-lane, vic-
tualler, Nov. 30 Hallificld, J. Messing-
bam, Lincolnshire, farmer, Nov. 29^
tjobbs, J. Barklnff, £s«ex, dealer, Dec. 21.
HumpKreys, W. the elder, and W. Hnm-
phrys the younger. Old FL?h -street, gro-
cers, Dec. 7. HitchcD, F. Newcastle
street. Strand) whalebone cutter, Dec. 14.
t iarwood, A . Atalden, Essex, ironmonger,
Dec. 28. Heppinstall, T. lateof Holbom;
bookseller, Dec. 10. Henley, "W". Newton
Bushell, Devon, merchant, Decceni-
beri7.

Jenkins J. Great Warner-street, Coldbath
fields, linen-draper, Dec. 3. Jameson,
A. and T. Classoii, Burr-ssreet, £ast
Smithfield, merchant, Nov. 30. Jones, T.
Old Passage Hou.se, Aust, Gloucester-
shire, vintner, Nov. 30.

Kirkpatrick, J. Liverpool, merchant, Dec.
9. Kemp, S. Saint Catherine's -court,
Towcr-hiU, cheesemonger, December 10.
Kruss, J. S. Manchester, merchant, Dec.
17- King, 'J. and J. Newcastle-upon-
iTyne, potters Dec. zo.

Lindsay, J. ShcflSeld, cutler, December iz.
Lceming, T. Preston, Lancaster, J.
Alyres, Cleckheaton, York, and W.
Chapman, Preston, worsted manufac*
rturcrs, Dec. 16. Lea, H. Rope-makers-
strect, Moorficlds, Dec. 14.

Marshall, T. Kingston-upon-HuH, grocer,
jlov. 19. M'CIuer, D. Woodbridge,
sJuiTQlk, brandy-merchant, November 15.
MaydivcU, S. Wheeler-fitreet, Spitalficlds,
dyer, Nov. z6. Miller, J. Catherine-
court, Tower-hill, merchant, January 4.
M^icfarlane, J. -Mark-lane, merchant,
Nov. 3a Moggridgc, W. Uxbridge,
iri- :*.nonger, Dec/ 3.: Massey, C. New-
«tieet, St. Catherine'^, wharfinger, Jan.
1;^ ly^eiskic, H. tdward-s^cct, Tich-
field-street, taylor, Dec* 10.



Needham, T. Ashby-de-h^Zoucfa, tidee^
tershire, hosier, Nov. 25.

Penny, D. the younger, St. Jcho, WappSoft
ship-chandler, Dec. 5. PoOiogtoD^ C
Havant, Hampshire, shopkeeper, Nov.
30W Piervepoint, J. Bq^ohiu-row, cavpep-
ter, Nov. 29. PyaJl, J. Sittingboizm,
Kent, shopkeeper, Nov. 29. Portal, J.
Bi^hopsgate-street, linen-draper, Nov» 30.
Pemberton, E. and J. Homlding, Liver-
pool, merchants, lite, xo. Payoe, >¥.
Great Carter-lane, Doctor's ComgaoDS»
druggist, Dec. 7.

Richardson, T. and T. Worthington, Man-
chester, merchants, Nov. x8. Rideing,
J. Liverpool, and W. Lever, Maxichester,
merchants, Nov. Z9. Ratiay, J. Pater-
noster-row, wooUen-draper, • Dec. 14.
Randell, W. Tooley-strett, S6uthwark»
Dec. Z7.

Smith, J. Woolwich, Kent, hawker and
pedlar, Nov. 16. Scougall, G. Blackheath,
xnerchant, Nov. 19. Seddon, G. Alders*
gate-street, cabinet-maker. Dor. 7. Smith,
J. Poland-street, merchant, December 5.
Sherman, T. Cattle-street, near Finsbory*
square, plumber, Nov. 19. Speed, T.
Cannon-.stieet, druggist, Dec. 7. Syme,
J. London, merchant, Nov. 3a Sprine,
M. Liccds, moncy-scrivencr, Nov. a&!
Stopes, A. Brit well Priory, Oxford^iire,
dealer, Dec. 7. Speed, G. Bhckmao-
§t.c-t, stable-keeper, Dec. 3. Smith, J^
Woolwich, hawker, 'Jan. 18. Shca-ton,
J. M. Portsca, ^alesman^ Dec. 5. Suther-
land, J. York-street, St. Mary-le-bone,
painter, Dec. Z4. Smee, J. Newiogton^
place, Surry, potter, Dec. 3.

Tiouiiipgs, J. B. Portsea, Southampton,
grocer, Novcmbci* z6. Tagg, M. Bath,
grocer, Nov. 14. Thompson, W. Man-
chester; dealer and chapmas. Vice, a,
I'unnidilFe, J. and M. Maccle^eld,
button-manufacturers, Dec. 7. I'urner, ^
J. Manchester, dealer and chapman, Dec.
xo. 'Vunnidiffe, J. Lauuceston,. Cornwall,
linen-draper, Dec. 26.

Upton, J. Ued lion-street, Clerkenwcll,"
poi. ket book-maker, Jan. 31 . Uther, t.

• W. Bowling grccn-iane, Clerkenweiu*^
victualler, Jan, 21. Urquhart, W. Rat-
clifTe-croSi*, cooper, Dec. 14.

Vaughji, W. Pall Mall, taylor, Nov. 3a

Ward, T. New^astle-upon-Tync, merchant,
Nov. 30. .Windett, J. Norwich, grocer,
Dec. 5. Worlleg, R. Great St. Helen V^
cornfactor, Dec Z4. Wood, T. Man-
chester, cottoD-s{)inner, Dec 6. Wagner,
fcLov^ref Tooting, Surry, calico-printcf,.
ec. 7. Weightman, T. Kewgate-strect,
mercer, Dec. ai. Woodward, P. Kia^- .
street, Chcapside, warehoascman, March
15. Way. E. Henrietta-street, Cavea-
di^h-square, wine-merchant, Dec Z4.

Yates, J, late of Warnford-court, Throj;-
morton-sorect, oaerch2dtj Nov. 3a



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Mxtriads from the London Gazettes Extraordinary, ff tie 6ih and 27th of
" N<rcemher, 1805.
^OMxit ALTT ovr xc%, NOV. 6. Ai the mode of our attack had been preti-

-XKfpaiichcs, of which the following are co- ously determiiied on aod conimudicated t»

pics, were received at the Admiralty this the flag officers and qfptains:^ few sigSak

daiv, at one aVlock, A. M. from Vice- were necessary, and none were made^ ex-
- Admiral CoDin^ood, Cosmiander in cept to direct, close order, a.^ the lines h&it

Chief of hit Majesty's jhips and veasek down. « '

off Cadis. . The Commander in Cliief, in the Vic*

Euryaba, off Cape Trafuigar, (ory, led the weather coh^mn, and tHe

- -art, ' Oct, %t. 1805. Royal Sovereign, which bore my flagi the

THE evier<4oobe-lamented death of Vice- lee.'
Adiiiiral Lord Visconnt Ndion, who, in the The action began at eleven o'clock, by
fattt conflict with the enemy, fell in the the leading ship of the cdhimns breakinfef
hour of victory, leaves to me the duty of through the enemy's line i tlic Commander
informing my Lords Conmiissioners of the in Chkf abdtit the tenth ship from the van,
Adtaiinihy, that, on the 19th instant, it was the second in command about the- tweUtU
communicated to the Commander in Chief, from the rear, leaving the van of the enemy
Irom the ships watching the motions of the unoccupied ; the succeeding ships breaking ,
enemy in Cadiz, that the Combined Fleet through in all parts astern of their leaders,
Bad put to sea. As they sailed with light and engaging the enemy at the muzzles of
winds westerly* hi&. Lordship concluded their guns.^ llie conflict was severe: thfc
tliriif destination was the Meditenranean, enemy's ships were fought with a gallantry



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