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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 6, 1820, London, Middlesex                                B*R 5617. LONDON, .DEGEWER 6, 1820 TH1?ATRE.nOTAL,DRU?iY-L.4NE. THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, nnr. 6, his MajeBty's Servants will perform the Tragic Pliy of PIZARRO; Spaniards-AInnzo, Mr. Cooprr (his 3il nppeatance in that Character); Piiarro, Mr. Thompson.; Valverdo, Mr. Barnaril; Las Casas, Mr. Pupe.   Elvira, Mrs, Glover. Peruvians-Alaliba, Mr. Powell; Itolln, Mr. Wnllack (liis 3(1 appearance in (hat Character); Orozemlin, Mr. Bonlli (hia 2d appratance in that Character).  Cora, Mrs. W. West. After wliirh, the Miisioil Entertainment of THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD. .Sir UowlamI, ^}r. Thompson; Waller, Mr. Elliston ; Ga-hrirl, tJr. KnJKht'. Lady Helen, Miss Smillison; Josephine, MissPoveyj Winifred, Miss Tidswcll. The Doors will he opened at Half-past Six o'CJock, and the Perforoiitnces on each Cveninff ruhimence at .Seven.. Bpxes," 7s.  Second Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 38. 6^1.; .Second .Pflcft,.2ii.-Lower Gallery. 2�.; Second Price iGfiilery, Is,-, Second Price, 6d. Upper To>n>nrr(�nr, Julius Caesai-, with A Wild Goose Chase, Oil FrJ&jTj >rad Oats-and Justice, or The Caiipb and, ibeCobfarfif? On Satuirdair,: Cay SlaniicriDg: Henry Bertram, Mr.: Brahain�.. -        - �     "      ' . tffBATHk.ltbYAL, Ct3VENr.OART)E\: f|^BIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Dec.6, SL  will be performed, a hew Historical Tragedy, called WAI.LACE. Srots-i-W�Hare,- Recent of S.'olland, Mr. Macready; Comyn, Mr.E^erlon; Doiielas, Mr. C. Kemble;'Monleith, Mr. Abhull; Kierly, Mr.. Comer. English-Clarcj Earl ofGlo'ster, Mr, Chapman ; Lord de ClifibiHlj Mr,Coun'or; Sir Reginald Fitz-Enslace, .Mr, Clare, mont;   hclcri (wife of Wallace), Mrs. Bonn. To vrllich will be added a new Melii-dramn, in two acis, called THE WARLOCK OF THE GLEN. Glanronald, Mr. .Connor; Aldrlherl, .Master Doilcn ; An-dre^w Mncklcstane,-Mr. Farley; SaodLe, Mr. BUncharil; The Warlock of. the Glen, Mr. Abbott, Adela, Mrs. Faucit; Marian, Miss Beaumont; Mause, Mrs. .Slerluig. Boxes, 7r ; Sfcoiid Price, Ss. 6J.-Pit, 3<. ipd ; Second Price, 2s.-Gallery, 2s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal. lery. Is,; Second. Price,.6d, The Wasloek of the Gleo will be repeated to.morrow, Friday, aiuL'Monday, To-morrow, the Operaiic Play of The Slave. On Friday, Shafcspeare's Comedy of Twelfih Night, On Saturday, KiufJ Lsar: King Lear, Mr. VauderhoflT, from the Theatre Royal, Liverpool, being his first appearance jn Londbn,^ With All the World's a Stage. NE\f iJTERAL tRANSLATlON OF HOMER'S ILIAD.   , This dav w.-1s pnblished, in 2 vols. Svo. price 1? 4s. boards, rf^HE ILIAD ..f HOMEll, TKANSLATEO 1. into ENGLISH PROSE, as literally as the dilTerent Idioms" of the Greeic and English Languages will allow; with Explanatory Notes. By A GRADUATE of (he University of Oxford, Primed for   5. ASH FORD. RECTORY; or, The Spoiled Child Ke. formed.' Conlaiuing a short lulroductiou to the Scieuces of Architecture and Heraldry; with a particiilai-Account of the Grecian-and Roman Games, Third Edition, corrected and Pulnrged. 12nio. prire 4b hoards, or43,Cd bound. (i. CONVEPvSATlONS on GENERAL HISTORY; ex^ liibitiniT a Piogrea.'sive View of ilie State of Mankind, from ilie earlie>l Ages of whii-h we h..ve any anlhenlic Records, lo tlie heginniiig ol' the Year 1819, By Alexander Jamieson, Author and J^du^ir of many popular School Books, 12ino, price 8s. ^>oard�.    ' FOR THE TEETH. rrtROTTEK'S ASIATIC TOOTH  POW- JB: DER, patronised and used by the Royal Family, and universally by persuKS of rank in this country, and ail Foreign .Cuurtsj and recommended by the most respectable Medical Authorities, This Powder cleanses and beautifies the Tcetb, sweetens the breath, possrssrs no acid that can rurrode the jrnamel, and puts a beautiful polish on the Teeth, It is well known that mauy Powdersiiossess qualities highly d'eielerious, but the Public will be convinced that this Powder could npt have stood the lung lest of fifty yeiirs'experience, and met with such distinguished patronage and surcess,-ss ilihas'dune, uulr'sg its properties were caicu-lai.-d not only to.cleai), but tu preserve (he Teeth, Sold wliolesttle and retail, at the Original Warehouse and only'Manufactory, No, 3, Beaufprl-buildiogs, Strand; and l>y all lie lubit re'spectiiOie Peiftiaitirs iind ftj!edjciiie Yen-de; s. .This day is published, in octavo, price 4s.^d. O.JS , J U A N :    IIH I R D   CANT O. Prinled hy R. Greenlaw, High Holborn ; and sold by every Bookseller in the Kingdom. D NEW NOVEL. This day was published, price U. Is, boards, OCHIEL;  or, Tlie-Field   of  Culloden : a A Novel, in lluoc volumes, ]2mo. Printed for G, and \V. B. Wliitlaker, 13, Ave-Maria-lane, " We recommend this Worl; forits intciesling theme, aud from the fpirited and eeiiial way in which it is treated."- New Monthly Magazine, September, 1820, In the Press, and nearly ready fur puhlicalion, SUCH IS THE WORLD: a Novel, in Ihi-A vols. 12mo, CltlPPLEGATE WITHIN. , T 4 vpry RESPECTABLE MEETING of INHABITANTS of (he WARD of CRIPPLEGATE O'lTHIN, held on Saturday, December 2, .1820, at the Baptist's Head Cuifee-huiise, Aldermauhury ; ~ TH08, HELPS,'Esq, in the Chair ; The foQowiflg-laf)!!) Q$cWalion �a�afreed1� hnanimously, and ordered to.lie"for Signatures at this Houie^--� DECLARATION, " We, the undersigned.Inliabi(ants of the Ward of Cripple-gate VYithin, at this perio.d of public agitation, when, from the iucrsasing boldness of the disloyal and disaflected, the peace, good order, and liberties of our Country are endangered, do conceive it to be our duty lo declare- " That we view, with the greatest disapprobalion and abhorrence, I he attempts which factions and designing  men have long been making, in an infinite variety of ways, lo excite disafTectiim ill the country ; and their endeavours, hy degrees, to bring into contempt the Clirisliaa Religion, the sacird Person of the King, the Admiuistralion of Justice, and all our venerable and invaluable Insliluliona ; convinced as wo are, lhat at whatever sacrifice it may be of the happi. ness or property of their fellow-countrymen, the ultiinale object of Ihe promolcrs of these attempts is to subvert the established order of Society, and the Constil.uiiou o^ the Kingdom. " That, in Ihe furlherance of this design, Ihe disafTecled, ever ready lo take advnntage of p�ssiug events, are now availing themselves uf Ihe late unhappy investigation; not ffom aoy regard lo the person, intercs^ts, or honour of Tlie lUiiElriuus Individual,wliose conduct wua the subject of in-qitiry, hut that, - under the cloak of altAchhieul to her righis, they may insolently attack the hiuhest aulhorities-of Ihe realm ; and, by nii.ileading the well disposed, and in-fljming the passions of I be igntfranl,-more securely and successfully pursue the accoinplisbinent of their wishes. "That the most powerful inshument employed by these enemies of their country's peace, is a seditious and licentious Press, which has, we tear, hut loo surceatfully laboured to undermine the loyal, moral, and religions principles of the nation in general. " That, whilst we entertain a strong sense of the great be-nefiis that have been derived to ns from a free Press, we feel it ouriiuunden duty, as men and chrtstiaus, lo express oiir ulmusi detestation of the many blasphemous and seditious publications of the present day, wherein Religion'is defanied, our Sovereign openly insulted and reviled, and the authority of the laws defied. VVe pledge ourselves to discourage,aud, to-lbe utmost~tif our power, suppresa-sucb puhlicatioua; and . we eariiestly call on our fellow.citizeiis-le join us in dis-countenaucing the dissemioaliun of sentiments equally injurious 10 domestic morjils and the public peace, " That, ha?iug the happiness to live iu a land the moat, .renowned for ^ts-f lory and prosperity-where comfort is : more nniveriially diffused, and morality more geuerally prevalent than io any other-where benevolence applies her attention to every want-where property is safe, and freedom, both civil and religious, is secured-where the laws urealikejust in t!nactmenl,and imparlial in administration- and, under a mild and paternal Government, we firmly re.^ solve to do our best towards preserving these blessings, to .ourselves and our fcllow-subjecis, and handing them dowo unimpaired lo our puslerity; and fur this purpose, we hereby declare our affectionate and inviolable attachment to his Majesty's Person and Government, our zealous regard for the Laws and Cooslilutiuii of our Coniilry, and our resolution, lo ihe utmost of our power, to protect and support the same." T, Helps, 121, Cheapside E. Robinson, 117, Cheapside J. I.owndes, 127, Wood-sireet Alex. Gibb, 2, Milk-slicet A. Sangsler,'28, Milk-slreet \Vm Lynes,25, Milk-ttreet W, Hodgson, 11, Alderman, bury J. Child, 71, Aldermauhury W. Wtiodhrad, 6, Russia row T. C, Biggs, 5. Russia-row S. Edenborough, 37, Milk-sl, James Byrn,     Over's court Sol. Sheldon.7, Milkslrrel H. Wilaon, 7, Alilerinaubory W. Wilson, 7, Aldermanbury Jas. .Mangoall, 16, Alderman-bury N. Palmer, 12, Aldermanbury W. Horton,jnn. Russia-court, Milkstreet J.Milchell, 25, Milkstreet Thos. Harrison, 2, Clement's. court Rich. Ray, 121, Cheapside Ambrose Moore, 31, Milk st. E. Newcumbe, 5, Aldermanbury Hugh Edenborough,37, Milk-atreet John Ellis, 13, Mllk-slreet Charles TrisI, Dyer's-cuurl, Aldermnobnry R. Scarratt, 12, Milk-street Joseph Clark, ditto Jos. Wilson, 31, Milk-street Jas. C. Forsyih, .% Russia-row, Milk-street J-ames Helps, 1, Wood street Rich. Smith, 120, Wood.st. R. Smith, jun. 126, Wood-st' Thos. Parker, 10, Wood-st. Thos. Parker, jun. 20, .Milkstreet Jno. E. Tozer, 18, ditto David Melville, 13, Wood st. T. Wilson, 11, Goldsnrilh-st. A. Burgh, A.M. Rector of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk.st. S- Wilson, 11, Goldsmilhst. C. C. Deacon, 14, Milk-st, James Deacon, Lad-lane Robert Spoor, 28, Milk-st. J, Edwards, 39, Calcatoii-�t. Thos, Morion, 20, Wood-st. Jacob Bailey, 42, ditto James Sheldon, Milk-street VVm. Haigh, Aiaermanhury T. Woods,Silver-st. Wood-st. Thomas Male, Milk.street W. Haunny, Clemeat-cutirt W. Horlon, , do. Matt. Picklord, Wood street, Zilch. Langtoii, do. Joseph Baxeiidale, do, Thomas Kidder, 33, do. Thomas Hayne, 8, do. Mark Gregory, Maiden-lane, Wood street Mark Henry Gregory, Wax Chandlern' Hall,  Maiden-lane S. Surplice, 22, Gntler-lane N. Mason, 126, Wuodatretl C.Hortoii, Honey, lane-market T.Jarman, 109, Wood.sireet Fr. Phillips, 7, Goldsiuilh-st. R. Iniilehy, 6, Wood-street  -J- Tiplady, 2, Clemeul-court J. Hui.'it, Milk-slreet William Cam, Love-lane Thos. Rae, 7, Dyer's-court, A\dprm-.\nbiiry JoshuaHaldren, 4, Love-lane Jesse James, 56, WoiwJ-sli'eel William BabingtOH, M,D. 17, Aldermanbury B, Bahington, 17, ditto H, l-ajle, 6J, ditto John NeviiiH, 8, ditto R. Garnelt, 12, ditto Thiinias Holi, 20, dillo J. P. Bean, OliiciatingCurate uf Aldermanbury W. H. Chapman, OTBciaiing Curate of the United Pa- rishesofSt. Michael,Wpod- alrcei,and St. Mary, Stain- ing Thoniai P/eston, 62, Aldermanbury Cb.BidiiK.ad, 7, London-walL. � THdRPrftiifXbk,  The COURT of LORD iHAYOR.and ALDERMEN, held on TUESDAY, the &th'.DajF of Deccmlier, 1820, and in the' First' Year of ite ileign of George the Fourth, of the UoiledrKiugdomlof Great Britain and Ireland, King, &c.       ,.        ; . , -_RE96lTBD,         ' rpHAT ud�tifiilan ,t)i>9:!Cotirt,e)$prcasiTeof our abhorrence of the dafing and violent doCltinea and.proceedings now encoiS^aged b/'si^iclced and designing Men, evidently tending (o.,l^ie'OVeK(1ir f "M3SKC� ENCJ- lAHT>.iT!ldma taihs ZASrt iNBtES, do hereby Tim the QUARTERLY CENfiRAiL COURT of tie Company appoioledto Ire held at tbeii'.Houseio Leadenball-street on. WEDNESDAY, the 201h December next, is further made special, for the purpose of laying before the Proprietors for their approbation, in conformity with the 17th section of the 6ih chapter uf the.ByrLaws, a Resolutiou of the Court of Directors of the 8lb ingtanl, proposing Ihe estaUli9hmei;it uf a New Office, with a stlary of three hundred pounds per annum, ot.the Compwiy'a Military Seminary at AtidisCombe, for Ihe instruction of the Cadels at that Institution in the science of Military Surveying. Tile said Resolution is open at this House for the inspection of ihe Proprietors. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. the Wheat Commissions in the Warwickshire Regular Mililia, signed by ike Ijntd fiifuienant of ihe Ceunfy of Warwick. To be Lieulenanl^'-EJisien Samuel Wii;e:ios-dated Octo. ber7, 1820; and EnsiguCliarles P. Thomas-dated October 8, 1S20. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED, John Leonard, of Little Hampton, Worcester, seedsman. BANKRUPTS. James Green, late of Hedon, Holderness, York, merchant, to surrender, Dirember;12, 13, and January 10, at eleven, at the Dug and Dnck Tavern, Scale-lane, Kingston-upon. Hull. Ailoineys, Messrs. Eyre and Cbverdale, Gray's-lnn, Loudon ; and Messrs. William and James tveson, Hedon, Edward OlJaker, of Ipswich, grocer, to surrender, December 20, at seven, 21, and January )6j at eleven, at the Queen's Head, Ipswich, Attorneys, Messrs, Pearson and Lawrance, Ipswich; aud Mr, Samuel Taylor, Joho-strect, Bedford-row, London. John Williams, of Bishopsgate-slreet-Within, London, linen-draper, to surrender, December 9,.i23, apd January 16, a-t ten, at Guildhall,   Attorney, Mr. Jaioaeji, Bucklersfanry. Jubn Page, now or late of Upon^-.tipoii-Severn, Worcester, tanqer, lo Burreiider,,fl�ejcgi5ibe�.;3ft'�y�jriB�,-at.theOlBce of Mr, Beale, Upton-uporj.Severn, W,-and January 16, at eleven, at the White Lion Iiiii, Uptoii-M|io'n-.Severn, Altor-ueys, Mr, Piatt, New Boawell.courl,Lincoln's-Inu, London; and Mr, Beale, Uptoo-opon-Sevcrn. William Webb aiid Henry Webb, of Bristol, linen-drapers, lo surrender, December 21, 22, aud January 16, at twelve, at the^While Lion Inn, Bristol; Attorneys, Mr. Clarke; wid Messrs, E. and J. Daniel, Bristol; and Messrs, Jenkins, Janies^ and Abbott, New-Inn, London. James Buckley, now or late of Uppermill, Saddleworth, York, dyer, to snrrender, December 19, 20, and January 16, at eleven, at the King's Head-Inn, Dohcross, Saddleworth, York. Attorneys, Mr. Delpb, Saddleworth ; and -Wr- Batlye, Chancery-lane, London.  Moses Abraham and Daniel, otherwise David Levy, of Bath, giildsmilhs, lo surrender, December 16, IB, and January 16, at elcveiij at the Bush Tavern, Bristol. Atior-ueys, Messrs, VVilliamsand While, Lincolu's-Inn Old-build-ings, London ; and Mr. Short, Bristol. John Bnrges Budgetl, uf Stoke-laue, otherwise Stoke St. Michael, Somerset, dealer, to surrender, December 14, 21, and January 16, at one, at the While Lion Inn, Bristol. Attorneys, Messrs. Adiingtou and Gregory, Bedford-row, London ; and Mr. Scrace, Bath. William Byrne, late of Ftudyer-stveel, Westminster (hut now a prisoner in Ihe King's Bench), broker, to surrender, December 9, 23, and January 16, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr, Hannam, Piazzi Chambers, Coveiil-garden- Robert Fox, of Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-lnn-fields, Middlesex, wine-merrhant, to surrender, December 16, at one, 23, at ten, and January 16, at one, at Guildhall, London.   Allorncy, Mr, Hunt, Surrey-street, Strand. Edward Edmunds, late of Oswestry, Salop, scrivener, to surrender, December 9, 16, and January 16, at eleven, at the Wyonstay Arms Inn, Oswestry, Attorneys, Mr. Grilfithrs, Welshpool ; and George Edmunds, Excheqiier-Ufiire, Lincoln's-Inn. U'llliain Wilson, of Liverpool, merchant, to snrrender, December 19, 20, and January 16, at twelve, at the Star Inn, Manchester. Attorneys, Mr, Edge, Manchester ; 3nd MeKsra. Milne and Parry, Temple, Loodort. Joseph Bramwell the younger, of Liverpool, ship-chandler, to surrender, January 1,2, and 16, at one, at-the York Hotel, Williamson-square, Livtrjjool. Attorneys, Mr. Leather, Liverpool; and Mr. Masoii, New Bridge-street, London, DIVIDENDS. December ?0. J. Read, of Gospel Oalt, Stafford, iron-master, at eleven, at Ihe Royal Hotel, Birmingham. December 26. J. Lyihgoe,of Liverpool, tiraber-merchanl, at oue, ai the Office of Mr. Avison, Liverpool. January 2, H, Mould, of Wi�chester, cabinet-maker, at the White Hart Inn, Hartlebary4 Worcester. January 23- H. Smith, H, ChesPier, aud J.Down, of Great Winchester-street,  London, mercbants,   at   twelve, at Guildhall. December 27, A, Manifold and i. Manifold, both of Liver-pool, tanners, at one, at the George Inn, Dale.streel, Liverpool- DeeiTOber27. R. W,Coupland, of Bridlington-quny, York, lineu-diapej-, al eleven, at Ihe Cuori.house, Leeds. Decen(her 27, J. Brncewell, of Brainliy, York, innkeeper, at eleven, at the Court-house, Leeds-December 26. S. Thomson, of Red Cross street, Cripplegale, London, ralenderer, at ten, at Guildhall. January 9. J, RadclifTe, of .Swaosea, Glamorgan, grocer, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. January 9. W. H. Hoard, of Liniehoiise-hole, Middlesex, rope-maker, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. January 6. F. St rube, of' Caslle-Iane, Wettminster, dealer, at one, al Guildtiall, London.  ^   .. Picember 26. J, S. Smith,' of 6righth�lm6tone, Sussex, ilruge;isl, at len, at Guildhall, Loiidon. December 16. R, Hodgsun, uf Fleet-street,'Loudop, oilmao, at ten, at Guildhall. DeremberSO, J. RowlatI, of Chnrter.house-Bij'u>re,.Middle. . sex, merchant, at twelve, at Utiildball, Luiiilon. January 2, J, Huldsbip, of Cheltenltam, Gloucester, glover, at eleven, at the Royal Hotel, Cheltenham^    . December 29, V, CInltcn, late of Haleisiyprlb,  Suffolk,  brjudy-mercbanl, at eleven, at the, KiuJ^'s Arms Toil, Halesworlh. Derei�)her,16. A, Anderson, of Philp6t-la;ne< {Lbpdon; mer- cbam, al eleven,jafjGnildbnll. , '   '      i.     " '' Diceniber"27,   W, Prallfpton and A. I u and oilmen,at twelve, al the Commercial Rooms, Brislol, CERTIFICATES-Dfcrmb^R 26. J, Dawson, of Meltbain, AIniondbury, Vnrk, rlotWrr - H- Nash, of Che'shani, Bncks, draper.-W, Slonhill, nf Sicwkley, Bucks, bolcher.-H, Newton, lute of Boss-alley, Horaleydowo, Surrey, vi'cllialter, PARTNERSHIPS DISSO,|.VED. J.Thomas and R. H. Taylor, of Throimorion-street, London, w!Di>-merrh^uts; NoVrmhcr 23, 1820.- VV. Hudson, T, Fiatman, am] J, t^lmman, of Cainberwell, Surrey, bnilders; November 24, 1820 -R. Trunwell audi Taylor, of Noltinghani, maltster.:; November 29, 1820.-T. Slur-ris. R. Hillmao, J'Hillman, H. Hiilinanrand C, HiMman, �f VVestfirle, Sussex, far^tera ; Uccembrr 1,1820.-W. Russilt and G,.^key the yoanger. of Lamb s Coi)doil-sti:^t, Mh)!s r.Mi!i>i'c :o Inkiii by eonsomers at a Sfis  per C>vl.    A   pirrel oC. ] 50 bales Turkey .Madder iiouH, of miildlin,; r).i;il.:�. h.-j been sold at 70.-i. ))fr cwl.   V.inwiiii contiini''^  :o g., <.n small lols at       10. v      . j *Iii -to ?ooil, 12:^.1, aJ3d.; 20 Carrincon and Gren:wl:i, ^ono, 12i J.I.; 20i) H.-n^a , middlmj, fid. ; faireld-; 100 Madr;if, fair lo (rood, (;3,l , Tjd.: total, 940 bugs. The imporl is, 6-1 bnps Unileo Slater, and 31 hugs Denirrara and Berbice. Posltcripl, Tuesday. Deceinher 5, 1920, I'our o'Clach. Cof rEF-The market is very quiet, there havinj been i-o public sale lo-day, and the only inquiry privately was for good oTdinni y Jamaica at 120s., which ihe holder'i refuse. The li. F. St;G;tK market slill conliiinrs heavy: th"re was, bow ever, a fair qoanlity sohl lo-dsy at ihe fornirr r-jics. i'oiiEIo.N Si.G.\H-A public sale of Brazil lo-day, coi:-sii-lMpg of line 51 How, but soft, went ahoul Is, lo�er Bk.^.vdy - The pircels broojlit 10 auction Inst wei k ivre nearly all lakco in at 3s, 9d, per gallon; purchases may now be made al a*. 6d. ' Tea.-Al ilie e. I, Company's sate. Rohea has ^old abc/'Jt ^d. per lb. tth'jve Ihe prices paid al the laai sale. THE NORTHEHN liXPEDITIOy. [From" The Literary Gazelle."] It wonid appear, from the hardihood with mIiIcIi oer coonlrymeii bore the excessive cold to wfliicli they wt-ie exposed, thai a good deal of exaejrralion niusi bel in; lo ihe accoiinl" previoii.sly given of Ihe sufffiiiiij.* cnduretl ni fio-zen resioiis. We never read lO human benigs cxi'ting at 5.^ degrees below zero; at iriore ibaii 12 dcii. below ib*; poiiil at which meiciiry becorac'i solid; nor, indcfd, nl nny thing like that lemperaturc, without es|ieriFiiciiiK far greater inconveniences than seem to have att* ndf d our uavig.\iors. Capl .Sabine's servant, to be sure, lost most of his fnniers ; and, \vc nndfisland, that anolher oini aNo was d-p.ived �f all the enil joinis of one hand; ulcfr� on the lace iiere 1 !ie eff^-cts of llicaulloiis exposore; bnl we hear of no such f.ital arcidenis as are common even in RoBiii. Our brave fel. lows stood il.e exiremest weather iviih mufflers up to Iheir noiPs and �arm raps descending to their eyes and ci^veriig their ears; and alter a lillle experience of ihecliniiie, they avoided casuaUvcs hy very simple means. The persi,,-, hiitsn was himself uoeonscioos of Iheuttack; bol looking in his oet^hbonr's face" as they wvol, vvarned his conipa-iiioti when he saw his nose grow while in cooaeqiiewcc of Ih� frost. Turning frpni ilie wind, and a tew ininuies i:entl
                            

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