licenses will be granted for the exportation of Russian produce in foreign
vessels to Matwick or Hano Bay, and from thence to England, in British
The Toulon fleet is stated to have failed, with troops on board.
Ministers declared in both Houses of Parliament last night that it
was not their intention to do anything that might tend to a separation of the
dominions of the United States.
The Orders in council are to be referred to a Parliamentary
Committee, and witnesses from the different towns are to be examined.
All males from the age of 18 to 60 are expected to be immediately
called out in Sweden.
All remains tranquil in Sicily.
More than 30 vessels were driven on shore a few weeks ago at Palermo,
in a gale of wind.
There is a report that the Spanish Government mean to create Lord
WELLINGTON, Prince of Badajoz, and Generalissimo of the Spanish armies. We
suppose his Lordship will be honoured with the Order of the Garter, and the dignity
of a Marquis.
Last nights Gazette contains an account of the capture of the French
brig of War St. Joseph, from under two batteries, in the bay of Frrjus,
laden with naval force, on her first voyage from Genoa to Toulon, by His Majesty's
Also an account of the capture of the Martinet French privateer, by
Also an account from Captain MANLEY, of the Badger, of the upsetting
of the French privateer, Countess d' Emerieau, of 11 guns and 110 men; 14 of
whom only were saved.