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the vicinity; the latter with a powerful has been issued by the Government of that army. The fears of the people are by no colony, we find that the most decisive meameans fubfided.

sures have been adopted to prevent a repen Another letter from Cape François (St. tition of these disgraceful scenes of curbu. Domingo), dated O&ober 30, gives fur- lence. ther particolars of the insurreclion of the Blacks on the 24th.-.-" It was principally

COUNTRY NEws. owing to the article of the Constitution, Jan. 15. The guard of the Glasgow 20:horizing ille importation of llaves into downward mail was this morning frozen trie Colony; from which fime factions to such a degree 25 to have lost the use of men insinuated among the Negroes, that all his limbs. it was intended to revive the old regime. Plymouth, Jan. 21. Last night, and till Belu een 4 and soo Whiles and Molactoes this morning at it, it blew a violent horwere fratlacred, but tranquillity was re- ricane at S. W. accompanied with a heavy flosed before the 30th, The principal fo- rolling sea in the Sound and Catwater. At menter of it was one Flaville, the oldest 3 this morning the storm raged with great General in the illand, and the chief canle fury; several gune of diltiels were fired by of the former revolution in the colony. two of the frigates in the Sound, which Toutlaint's old master was in the number had dragged their anchors; but providenof the mallacied. The negroes were re- cially the whole squad on rode out the gale fufed quarter.”

safe It moderated at 11 A. M. but at 4 Lale from a gentleman al yomaiet, Dic.6. P. M. the wind got up again at W. S. W. " There are tive Gail of the line and a and now blou's very hard; though, as it is frigne lvere, uhich arrived from England a fine moonlight night, it is hoped no daa truenighi fince : for what purpose is kept mage will be done.- Al Lancafier, .bout 10 pichoundly secret. It is said, there are fix at night, a very heavy form came on from

of the line more and many frigies ex- the Westwirt', and con:inued with great rácsosids. I Mould magire it is meant violence till near the fame hour the next as a counter poice for at force said to be ex. evening, ulien it entirely abated. Much pected from France against si, Domingo. damage was done to the roofs of molt of Soulu ihey attempt such a thing, it would the houses in this neighbourhood ; and coft them infinitely more men and money many windows were broken. The tide than the Egyprian expedition. No man in was increased in a very great height (no Eorope can believe to what a degree of re- tide having heen so high fivce March 24, gulariis, order, ti anquillity, and opulence, 1796, when it exceeded this by 25 inches) the hlack Gereral 1 oullaint has restored by the violence of the wind; two considerthat colory. Every man of the it and is able breaches were made in the new emonder his subjection; and so wisely has he bankmenų near Scale-hall; and most of tempered all his measures, that not a mur- the timber in and near Mr. Smith's shipmur is heard from any party or colour ; on yard was carried away, and some of it the contrary, his name is venerated to a scattered over the field near the foot of the degree of enthufiafor, much superior to Old Bridge. The coach to Uiverston, thus of Bonaparle in France. His iroops, which set off early in the morning, was altlimnigh nearly naked (indeed, thousands obliged to return, it having been blown have nothing more than a cloth round their over son after it got upon the Sands : formichell), are in a superior flyle of Jiici- tunately the passengers (tiree insides) es. pire ; and I have seun large pariies of ne- caped unhurt.-- About in the morning, groks go through the whole regular exer- the windmill at Cockerbum was discovered cise in a manner that would do honour to to be on fire, and the wole of the inside a Pruthan veteran."

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ing timber, and Aikes of fire, were carThe island of Ternate, one of the largest ried, hy the fury of the wind, to some of the Molurcas, and lately governed by an Thatclied buildings, which stood at the disEastern King, forrendered to Col. Burr on tance of above 100 yards from the mill; the 21nt of June last.

these, couli'ting of two collages and a barn, Advices from B may give an account of were aiío foon burnt to the ground. There a duel at th:t Presidency, which ended fas were about 60 loats of meal, &c. in the tally for a Mr. l'orhes; and produced a sen- mill, and about rou theaves of oats, and a orice of transportation for 14 years to few loads of wiseal, in the barn, the whole Lieut. Bell fis, of the Company's service, of which was defroyed. The above was and seven years to Captain Byrne, of his occasioned by the violence of the wind Majesty's, who was his second. This is causing for gieat an increase of friction on the first pumilhment of the kind under the the wheels as to set them on fire.--At New Cour of Judicature.

Cheier the hurricane did considerable daIn Botany Bay, the reflers genius of In- mage; (cariely a house having escaped its fubormation has la ely mapiteited itself: hivages. Many windows were blown in, bui, from a vigorous Proclamation which fone boules entirely unroofed, aed several

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chimneys blown down; but no lives were trip, from Oporto for Newcafile witte loft. A stack of hay (about 40 tons) on the wine, was wrecked, and art of the cargo Tarvin road was blown over, and nearly all loft.-Al Horftead, a large tree was cora loft ; the vanes on the top of St. John's up by the roo's, and, falling on an old woand Bride's churches are bent like bows, man named Hobbs, killed her instantly. aid rendered useless; and the streets are At Sudbury and its neighbourhool several ftrewed with dates, bricks, &c. The wind houses were unroosed by the wind, and fewas nearly Weft ; consequently, the da- Veral chimneys blown down. A mi at

mage to the shipping in the river, on the Ballingdon was nearly broken to pieces wiec coast of Wales, Hoylake, and the Chan- At Stamford, 2 windmill, and several stacks

nel, muft, we fear, be very great.-In of corn and hay, and innumerable chum-
che town and neighbourhood of Sbeffield neys, were blown down. The chapel win-
many houses were unroofed, chimneys clows at Burgbley were blown in, and (eve-
blown down, windows wrencl.ed from rallarge irees were blowu down.
their facuations, many old cot:ages totally At Hull the storin continued, without

demolished, trees torn up by the roots, intermillion, ill alinit noon, wiien it rita aby

and lay-stacks scattered about. Tha place ther abitel, but blew violently at inta vals wtars lise appearance of a town clo'ely bs. till a late hour in the evening. The dofieged, and for the whole of the day was mage it has done to the buildings, &c. in nearly as still and filent is at midniglit. many parts of the town, is considerable. Among the most conspicuous buildings that The gable end of the Dillenting chapel in have sufered is the Tontine Ion, the leads Hopeftreet is blown in, and a great part of which were early in the day torn from of the roof ilripped off ; several houses in the roof, and lie ditpersed in the adjoining Parliament-Itreet, and other parts of the Atreets. After the wind was somewhat town, experienced a similar face. The abated, it fill roared hideously, accom- streets were in most places literally covered panied with intervening stornis of rain with chimney-pols, lles, and bricks, which and snow.-At Doncaster, the hurricane had been corn from the adjacent troufes.

blowing from the W. N. W. did congder- The appearance on the side of the river H able damage. The roofs of several houses was tremendous. From the extreme vite

were stripped, chimneys blown down, and lence of the wind, the Humber ap:reareal two large crees in Marthgat: blown up. I like a field of smke. A small floop, tee blew to violent, that many persons pating longing to Mr. Jofuvh Howard, of this a),ng the ftreets were throwo down, and place, uploaded, Tunk opposite the garrie much hurt. A barn of Mr Jackson's, of fon ; fortunately, none of the crew were Ruffington, was blown down, -As Tborne, on-board, and the Vellel has been goc ug, in Yorkshire, a chimney, near 8 feet high, with little damage.

A brig was driven was blown down, and knocked in part of alhore between this place and Paul, buc the house of the Red Lion lon, kept hy has since been got off. A Roop was fook Mrs. Bestow ; by which accident one fer- off H 1, and two out of three of the crew yant-maid was much bruiseıl, and one drowned; the third reached the thore witli killed on the spot ; who was dug out of the greatert ditliculıy. Of the crew of anothe ruins in a dreadful state, not having a ther Roop in great distress, ott chat place, whole bone in her body.--Ac Draylon, a one perihed upon deck hy the cold; anobarn belonging to Mr. Rix was blown ther was drowned, and the third was, by down. There were three men working great exertion, got on thore and carried to in it at the time; two of them, alarmed by H-fl.- A Huly bead, the gale commenced the cracking of the building, had time to from the Westward, accompanied by a run out, and the third escaped by throwing very heavy iea. Next morning a loop was bimielf under the wall to the win wird driven on hore; but fortunately one life fije: the ruins fell over isim ; but, though only loit. lu ile afternoon the Sachem of in a degree buried beneath them, lie did not Portland, a large American thip, bound sustain any injury -Ai Shrewsbury many to Dublin, and laden with a valuable cargo roules were unroofeil, and the streets co- of cobacc, was driven on this chart, and vered with ciles, bricks, &c.; but provi- ai chored off a reef of rocks, with a signal dentially no person was hurt.--At Norwich of distress flying. A: half-pait four the the streets were ftrewed with the fragments parled, and inck on the rocks, the sea of chimneys, rrofs, &c. and in the neigh- making a fair breach over lice: fle, howbourhood several large trees were blown ever, git over', bu! drifre. I to jeeward inco down; and a pear-tree, belonging to Mr. the harbour, and ag in itruck or another Gurney, in Magdalen-streel, was torn to reef, exhibiting a mot melancholy fighi,

Other damage was done to the having cut away her main and fore-mitt; amount of rocol.- At Laruijtot, the brig por for many hours was there a hope of Thomas, froin Sinelds for Ramigate, was saving a life irom on-bourd her. A liberal driven on the Homeland, and wholly loft, fusícription of 40 guneas, by gentlement with the master and cook ; the reit of the detained there on their pill ge to Irelazd, crew were fared. At the Cookle Sand, a induced fix braye fellows lo attempt to gec

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the vicinity; the latter with a powerful has been issued by the Government of that army. The fears of the people are by no colony, we find that the most decisive meameans fubfided.

fores have been adopted to prevent a repew Another letter from Cape François (St. tition of these disgraceful scenes of turbuDomingo), dated Otober 30, gives fur- lence. Per particolars of the insurreclion of the Blacks on the 24th.-.-" It was principally

COUNTRY News. owing to the article of the Constitution, Jan. 15. The guard of the Glasgow 20 horizing the importation of laves into downward mail was this morning frozen tre Colony; from which feime fictious to such a degree as to have lost the use of men infinuated among the Negroes, that all his limbs. it was intended to revive the old regime. Plymoutb, Jan. 21. Last night, and till Belu een 4 and soo Whites and Molalloes this morning at it, it blew a violent horwere notiacred, but tranquillity was re- ricane at S. W. accompanied with a heavy fosed before the 30t1i, The principal fo- rolling sea in the Sound and Catwater. AC menter of it was one Flaville, the oldest 3 this morning the storm raged with great General in the island, and the chief canle fury; several gune of diftiels were fired by of the former revolution in the colony. two of the frigates in the Sound, which Toutlaint's old master was in the number had dragged their anchors; but providenof ile mafiacred. The negroes were re- Cilly the whole squadion role out the sale fufed quarter.”

fafe It moderated at 11 A. M. but at 4 Lancy from a gentleman al fomaieit, D&c.6. P. M. the wind got up again at W. S. W. * There are five laid of the line and a and now blow's very hard; though, as it is frigate here, which arrived from England a fine moonlight niglit, it is hoped no daa fuinight fince: for what purpose is kept mage will be done. At Lancalier, .bou: 10 pich und!!y secret. It is said, there are fix at mighi, a very heavy storm came on from

of the line more and many frigules ex- the Westwini', and coninued with great pala orily. I thould magie it is meant violence will near the fame hour the next as a cruinier poile for force said to be ex. evening, when it entirely ahated, Much pected from France agaiuft St. Domingo. damage was done to the roofs of moit of Srould Ihey attempt such a thing, it would the houses in this neighbourhood ; and coft them infinitely more men and money many windows were broken. The tide than the Egyprian expedition. No man in was increased in a very great height (no Eorope can believe to what a degree of re- tide having been so high since March 24, gularis, order, ti anquillity, and spulence, 1796, when it exceeded this by 25 inches) live hack General 1 ovilaint has restored by the violence of the wind; two considerthat coloriy. Every man of the if and is able breaches were made in the new emnndes his subjection; and so wisely bas he bankment near Scale-hall; and most of tempered all his measures, that not a mur- the timber in and near Mr. Smith's shipmur is heard from any party or colour; on yard was carried away, and some of it the contrary, his name is venesated to a scattered over the field near the foot of the degree of enthufiafi', much superior 10 Old Bridge. The coach to Ulverston, thäs of Bonaparte in France. His iroops, which fet off early in the morning, was although nearly naked (indeed, thousa:ds obliged to return, it having been blown have nothing more than a cloth round their over son after it got upon the Sands : for. midler), are in a superior fiyle of Jiici- tonately the passengers (three in fides) el. pine; 36d I have seun large parties of ne- caped unburt.- About in the morning, gros go through the whole regular exer- the windmill at Cocherbum was discrivered cife in a manner that would do honqur to to be on fire, and the whole of the infide a Pruitian veteran."

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ing timber, and Aikes of fre, were carThe iBand of Ternate, one of the largest ried, hy te fuiy of the wind, lo some of the Molurcas, and lately governed by an Thatched buildings, which stood at the disa Eastern King, lerrendered to Col. Burr on tance of above 100 yards from the mill; the 2n of Jupe latt.

these, consilting of two cottages and a barn, Advices from Bulay give an account of were aiío foon burnt to the ground. There a duel at that Prehdency, which ended fa- were about 60 loads of meal, &c. in the tally for a Mr. Borhes; and pouduieu a fen- mill, and about 100 theaves of oats, and a Dice of transportation for 14 years to few loads of wheat, in the barn, the whole Lieut. Bell. fis, of the Company's service, of which was destroyed. The above was and seven years to Capiain Byrne, of his occasioned by the violence of the wind Majesty's, win was his second. This is causing an great 31 increase of friction on the first pusiibment of the kind under the the wheels as to let them on fire.-- At New Cilli of judicature.

Chefirm the hurricane did considerable da. In Botany Bay, the refleis genius of In- mage; scarcely a house having escaped its Suborderation has la ely manitetted itfell: ravages. Many windows were blown in, bui, from a vigorous Proclamation which fonie houses entirely unroofed, and several

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chimneys blown down ; but no lives were trip, from Oporto for Newcastle with lon. A stack of hay (about 40 tons) on the wine, was wrecked, and pait of the cargo Tarvin road was blown over, and nearly all loft.-At Horftead, a large tree was cora loft ; the vanes on the top of St. John's up by the roo's, and, falling on an old woand Bride's churches are bent like bows, man named Hobbs, killed her instantly arid rendered useless; and the streets are At Sudbury and its neighbourhood several ftrewed with dates, bricks, &c. The wind houses were unroosed by the wind, and lewas nearly Weft; consequently, the da- veral chimneys blown down. A mi i at mage to the shipping in the river, on the Ballingdon was nearly broken to pieces.com cosit of Wales, Hoylake, and the Chan- At Stamford, 2 windmill, a'd several stacks nel, muft, we fear, be very great.--In of corn and hay, and innumerabile chinthe town and neighbourhood of Sveffield neys, were blown down. The chapel winmany houses were unroofed, chimneys dlows at Burgbley were blown in, and seveblown down, windows wrenched from ral large irees were blown down. their situations, many old cot:ages totally At Hull the storin continued, witsout demolished, trees corn up by the roots, intermillion, till ito at noon, when it isa and lay-stacks scattered about. The place ther abitel, bur blew vilently at inta vals wtars the appearance of a town clo'ely bs. till a late hour in the evening. The ddfreged, and for the whole of the day was mage it las done to the buildiags, &c. in nearly as ftill and filent as at midniglit. many parts of the town, is congderable. Among the most conspicuous buildings that The gable end of the D renting chapel in have lotered is the Tontine lon, the leadis Hope- ftreet is blown in, and a great part of which were carly in the day torn from of the roof stripped off ; several houses in the roof, and lie ditpersed in the adjoining Parliament-Street, and other parts of the ftreets. After the wind was somewhat town, experienced a similar face. The abareu, it still roared hideously, accom- streets were in most places literally covered panied with intervening stornus of riin with chimney-pots, tiles, and bricks, wluch and snow.-Ac Doncajter, the hurricane had been corn from the adjaceat houtes. blowing from the W.N. W. did confider. The appearance on the side of the river able damage. The roofs of several houses was tremendous. From the extreme vite were ftrippei, chimneys blown down, and lence of the wind, the Humber apeared two large trees in Marshgace blown up. It like a field of [mke. A small floop, heblew lo violent, that many persons palling longing to Mr. Joleh Howard, of this a) og the streets were throwo down, and place, uvioalcd, fuck opposite the garria much hurt. A barn of Mr Jackson's, of fon ; fortunately, none of the crew were Ruffington, was blown down. -At Tborne, on-board, and the vellel has been got up, in Yorkshire, a chimney, near 8 feet high, with little damage. A brig was driven was blown down, and knocked in part of a hore between this place and luul, buc the house of the Red Lion Ion, kept hy has since been got vif. A Roop was funk Mrs. Bestow; by which accident one fer- off Huile, and two out of three of the crew yant-maid was much bruised, and drowned; the thiri reached the shore with killed on the spot; who was dug out of the greatest viticulty. Of the crew of anothe ruins in a dreadful ftate, not having a the loop in great distress, off that place, whole bone in her body.--Ai Drayton, a one perihed upon deck by the cold; ano. barn belonging to Mr. Rix was blown ther was drowned, and the third was, by down. There were three men working great exertion, got on shore and carried to in is at the time; (wo of them, alarmed by Helll... Hulybead, the gale commenced the cracking of the building, had time to from the Westward, accompanied by a run out, and the bad e!caped by throwing very heavy rea. Next morning a loop was bimtelf under the wall to the winiwsrd driven on thre; but fortunately one life fide: the ruins fell over iim ; but, though only loit. Tullie afternoon the Sachem of in a degree buried beneath them, le did not Portland, a large American thip, bound futtan any injury -- Ac shrewsbury many to Dublin, and laden with a valuable cargo houses were unroofed, and the itreets co- of cobacci), was driven on this coatt, and vered with tiles, hricks, &c.; but provi- a. chored ott a reef of rocks, with a signal dentially no person was hurt.--At Norwicb of distress flying. A: half-patt four the the Atrects were ftrewell with the frigments parled, and truck on the rocks, the sea of chimneys, rrofs, &c. and in the neigh, making a fair breach over lice: the, how. bourhood several large trees were blown ever, git over, but drifiei't. leeward inco down; and a pear-tree, belonging to Mr. the harbour, and ag in truck on anothec Gurney, in Mugdalen-Street, was torn to recf, cxhibiting a most melancholy fight,

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on-board; which they effected, and, in was completely covered by the chimneys; fpite of a mort tremendous fea, laved, by which falling, penetrated through the roof: leveral excurínos, the whole ciew. The but the most wonderful mörk of preservarepeated and perfonal exertions of Captain tion was that of a gentleman in his bed Skinner, of the Leicester Packet, whi), at Everton, who, try the falling of the alone of the gen lemen of his profesion, chimneys, was entirely overwhelmed by remained with Igles on the rocks dening them; but, as if by the special care of the night, and thok every requisite and Providence, two of the large coping stones humane precaution, contributed much io from the chimney fell in luch a manner deliver them for in this dreadfal futuation ; as to form a kind of arch over his head, which appearel, to a crowd of spectators and therehy preserved his life: a conturon on the rock, totally hopeless. The thip and several bruises were the unavoidable is viiged, and will shortly go to pieces. consequence; but, we are happy to say, Two otlier vejlels are drivers un Mhone in that he is in a fair way of recovery, though the neighbourhool.-Ai Lire pool, between the weight of the rubbish was so great ag I and 2 in the morning, 2.0t dreadful to break the bed-stocks on which hely," forn of wind arose from the Westward, and to force a pallage through the door and continued with equal or increased vio- into the room belo n. The houses in Bd. lence till 3 in the afternoon, in which many ford-itreet, Harrington, Felge bill, LowDoops, some laden, others in b. llast, were hill, and Everton, and sheir neighbour. funk at their anc'inrs between the Old hoods, have suffered severely in their roofs Dock Quay and the Fort; boats beaten to and windows, many of them being com. pieces on the beach, as well as larger craft, pletely uncovered, and the garden-u alls The floop Peggy, of Greenock, Captain levelled with the ground. Todeed, there M'Lean, laden with provifions from Cork, is scarcely any part of the town that has was driven on iborc near the Half-mile

escaped its fery: the same, we learn, bas house, where the went on her heam-ends, beco the case in allihenrighbouring lowe and soon filled with w.tel : the crew, fix snips. In hal-w.od many trees torn up by. io number, with a geo:ltmn and fix fola the roots, and barns thrown down or undiers, pallengers, and the pilnt, Jahed covered ; in Simondjwood, a new-boll brick themselves to the moft and rigging, and Dorule, and niany other boufes, barns, and remained there a confiderable unic, not fejpous, thrown down and completely so yards from the thore, in sight of many defroyed; in Down Holland the like disalfpectators, ulo, in vill, altempled relief, ter took place, as well as at Crosby; and but were unable to afford any, from the the venerable church of Sefion, that has violence of the stuim, and tremendous food upwards of roco years, has lost about surge of the lea; and, melancholy lo relate, five feet of its spire, wth the weather the pilot, paliengers, and crew, were all vane, which is blown down on the body unfortunately drowned, except one, who of the building.--At Leds the daniage 16 was wathed on those bearly exbaulted, considerable : chin.neys, roofs of houses, but was happily recovered. The tide and even bruses themselves in some parts, flowed near fix feet higher than mentioned did not oulitand its fury. At the enti ance jo the ride-talile. The river and all along into the town of Wakefield, a large barn the Cheshire coatt presented a melanch'iy was rased to the ground; the garden walls, scene. Dead bodies thrown up-pieces of and several of the largert irces at Seacroftwreck floating liere and there! Horror house, the residence of Charles Clapham, was depicted in every countenance-each esq. the newly-erected windmill upon person afraid either co go out in the streel, Yeadon Moor, a dwelling-house near for fear of being killed by the falling of Hunnet tuinpike, and to at Beeston, bricks, flates, ridging, &c. and equally an- met a similar fate. Within two miles of prelieofile of liis lie, by constant ex;cita. Halifax, the York and Lreds Mail-coach tion of his houie faling down over him. The was blown over and broken to pieces. - At devastation is beyond description; scarcely Birmingham and its neighbourhood it blew any houses but retain some marks of its un. quite a hurricane for 12 hours incessantly. precedented fury, 15 new-built im :ll houis Chimneys were blown Juwn, houses in in Chilienholme Nieet, and others in le part unroofed, ricks of bay and corn nearly neighbourhood of Vauxliali-road, were le- disperted, and trees blown down and torn velled to the ground; the roof of a gentle up by the roots all over the country. A man's boule in Belialireet was beat in, by mail-servant in a gentleman's house at the lack of chimneys falling, which broke Handsworib was dreadfully bruiled ty the through the roof and floors down to the falling of a chimncy, which broke through te3-rom. Another house in Price's street the roof into the kitchen.--At Manchester juflered the like d:after, in which a wo- the hurricane was tremendous in its fury, man, in the latt Aage of pregnancy, was and nicre severe than any thing of the kind killed by the ruins, whilft in bed with her remembered .cre. It began about 12 at tofbind and two children: the lat!!!, how- night, and con'uned voremitingly 1.17 ever, escaped wih fome contufions. А

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