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Title: Village record, or, Chester and Delaware federalist
Portion of title: Chester and Delaware Federalist
Alternate title: Village record
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 48-55 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Miner, Charles, 1780-1865
Publisher: Printed by Charles Miner
Place of Publication: West Chester Pa
Creation Date: January 20, 1819
Publication Date: 1818-1828
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Chester -- West Chester
Coordinates: 39.958611 x -75.605 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, whole no. 418 (Jan. 7, 1818)-v. 10, whole no. 608 (Jan. 3, 1821) = 2nd ser., v. 1, no. 23-2nd ser., v. 4, no. 179 ; v. 4, no. 24 (Jan. 10, 1821)-v. 8, no. 49 (June 29, 1825) = whole no. 180-413 ; v. 8, no. 50 (July 6, 1825)-v. 9, no. 3 (Aug. 10, 1825) = whole no. 414-419 = new ser., v. 1, no. 1-new ser., v. 1, no. 6 ; v. 10, whole no. 420 (Aug. 17, 1825)-v. 12, whole no. 596 (Dec. 31, 1828) = new ser., v. 1, no. 7-new ser., v. 4, no. 27.
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VILLAGE


RECORD,


SECOND SERIES. VOL. Il.-NO. 77. WESTCTIESTER, Penn.; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY cn, 1819. VOL. X.-W-HOLE NUMBER 515


CHARLES MINER, Pr.nt-r.

T7?e VILL.IGE RECORD, on Cnr.-ntn
IIqD Dr.nkWARn Fpr.Ri.liLT, is 3,. *I1Al-:i'
lIery I VWlnTIlnai mw ninu, at two dIlir. n
L .r- a rtd ht.-n(fly-r v .-on.t ald.litionalit ;.-''
,.u ineof ofurr r i r-rr fro. m t **r :**':. 1/ ''nt
I.y iul, the lubrrhri-'r fnil th' po.tne ', I
r.,tde.dat :Ae ofi.e where .. r,-rewv ,'- pa-
SI'jcribe- mi.t b- .iibealwa sir m'zr h' I
arinre will, rA-ir' rpaum.r!l, na"lno I Pirl.-
tion taken ftr lets than asx months. -l u.i,
to discontinue must be made known at or be-
fore the expiration of the term snbscribed for,
and all arrearages paid, or the paper will
-not be discontinued. I
JV o ordv.rti.i.mem pub'.u-,,d for less than
one dollar; those not exceeding a square, ,will
he crn:.icr.m dlitl in ;erted three times for that
ilmm, andn tw:enuvr-re Cents for every subse-
qi'nt insertion : larger ones inproportion.-
Cash mest accompany advertisements.
PRIVATE SALE.
The tiibscriber offers at Private sale,
the plantatiln whereon he now resides, sit-
,iate in the trwnslip orf 'Ves -,li-gh iun. 'n the
counlv of Ch.eter, adlniiing I .i. Is of J,.',.
than Marlack, and lan.s late if Jamnes M..
Inlon, ri'c. conitining ahriut 33 .'cr-', t;, ,If
which are wolln I, and the arable land
ii in Ia i.o d .[i.tcl .friclrlrarioi. The build-
ini are :igo'id Ltone Iou-si an) kitchen
rllj.,iliinfg, stone flprii-g.llsiiIr. t'rdnic harn,
Claiir l oli t-., .ti n, srl I, n, ,il',ll .'- lor a mechan-
ic. Tlae s.ula ion .f thle hot l is ligh all
pI L.Int. comnrri.anltni : fine n f e 'If ifIC
road lP.- i;I.,L fi011 lPdlii.lelphla .3 We- t.ihas.
ter It is about 20 mil.' 1.jn Plhi.il-lrIhia
and 2 from the borotuib of W\Lsticllii-'r
There is a small 'tre un of w',i.r p,:s;ng
thrniigh their place, R'i.:I u'pil_' all thc
liiells It is alow,-llsipplieAd vill t n ari,:tv
,d flllt itres. A [ll.:.at. ,n to 1 le nirl' to
the aild-criber on the pr-em.s's.
Win Priiiip.
DI'c 2 T'70j1f
LA.ND.-For ,le, a Mit. u ith .Gai
arr:. o~fl.In.1, situaredi In llh, tr.w l .,lp f.'
C l rl,, ..wi,i .1. ] 'u m ul'.'- .ter, 24.? ,l:
tr,,,n )',lo.i.tIl|l i,ht l,,Ir 2 |',1'r, l th, rlrer
Scl-,a l ..j i ..i H .l b, la.. Ll [.,i i N.Ir-
rdcll hltr c nllt, hni. it hi 1 '1 1 i'll air 11111-
reCd I 1 li. < i sl .1 pr, I nill 'iI.ll' p IIr r

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are e he na l a CI: I, nic S i tle,
lln t l a rI -.ll ., l ri. I ,i l ;!C 'l .r .1
ter A F. l' t'r"*.I ,a n ilt .i .*, .Il ll.', l Iin nf .
t i ",, 3s a i, .'. It1 tlle -itir'ticUl dil r.,,ii lt

en ,I thlie ir'3t L" Apl te peser n Il lotre-
the preS.i F ri. si a
pran relrn -. in D.' iel M 'Curdy.
a ctb.,her 14. 1I .3iS c tlrln
FALLING MILL AND FARM.
S To 1be .-ld at PAblic Sale,
On the -23d day of thle present inontli,
a srTiall Firmin anl ]P llili,41 M.il. situ-tv: near
Brand) mne. in t,.-il. lt' ..1, Cicihester C ..
about four midle f''oni Wet-:hc5ter, .cciLtanl-.
ing between 40 and 0.U tcs. Tthe- bitl.l-
ingi are a g~j'l.I tne II.)ii.e. good Birn.
a Stone Fojllrn-. N0ll, firty feet in Ingrih.
with a iirge l i.1. wIher.r- I'ie bliiite-s ha.-
been c.irrned ln ftr Ieer;l y'.are 'a giRod
Lte.r.in, orclard, wttli a god.:d proportion of
Wondland.
This in. rm, am.:.nst the numerolin adter-
t;scments that art issued from tle press, is
a de'ir-tble Stuation 'fr .a firmer and me-
chlic. Any psirson dles.r-i.uqs f tiwing
the property, m.) be infl'rmd oth' ile con-
dlton by alplcuioan o the subscriber liv-
ing theroron. ELISHA DAVIS.
J:lnuar 6: 1818. 75
PROCLAMA LrON,
WVIHEREAS, the Honorable John
Ross, Esq. President, and John Ralston,'and
John Davis, Esuiiirees, JudJes 'of tlhe Coirt
of Oyer and Termner and Glne ral ail Dl e-
liveryfor the county of Chester, by their
precept, bearing date the Seventh day of
SNovember, 1818, have commJnled ime that
I should cause to:come before the Jildges uf
the said Court, or any tio of them. the
president being one, at Westchester afore-
said, on the first Monday of February next,
all the prisonersin the jail of said county,
together with .1dl atachi.nents. in quisition,.
A.Id -all other dm'mnicle, in .alnl lie touch-
ing or concerning the said prisoners.
And also that I should cause proclamation
-to be made throughout my bailiwick, that
all those who.would prosecute against the
said prisoners, be then and there to prose-
-cute against them as shall be just.
JVow therefore, i Notice is hereby given to
those who would prosecute against the said
-prisoners, as also to all justicesof the peace,
the coroner and constables within the said
-county, that they be then and there in their
proper persons, with their rolls, records, in-
quisitions, examinations, and other their re.
membrances, to do those things which to
their offices in that behalf appertain to be
done.-GIVEN under my hand at Westches.
ter, the t'.h d.S of' December, Anno Do-
Crrinwi, lac.!i, "
Cromwell Pearce, Shff.
Dec. 30 74-4t

NO TICE.
THE Subscriber offers the highest
'price for CHERRY BOARDS AND PLANK,
either green or seasoned.
OBED RUSSELL,
Edgmont township, Del. Co.
2thl .lo. 30, 1818. 75


Fuii" Pii.',r S.,L, PUBLIC' ENDUE. L.q.VID r F S.iLE
A VALUABLE PLANTATION. WILL be exposi dto i pohL sale, on 'he Iwish to Stlt at prtrate ille the. fellow
CONT.AINING IGO Acres: the greater Loit d oft'.e -'- nm ni.it Ile,., a j o'cl-ck LUIBLE PiOP
part of w,,cL is in et Noltinglihm H,,n- % ill tie te .- tih fle r, tt, t 'JL BL'E lIOPL. 'I;
dJied, Cacril f ,ilItI. state. of nla,15ki ai- :nn' .' n. I I,, asr.IIgh. aluabi e s1 tL'A-r 13 FOLLOIS--
joli.;ng lands r .Iaml,-s Gilei;c, .l;rha PLdA'l i110., Lot No. 1,--ln Willi.to\in to\Ln.
Brown, an I otllier, a.l is one of tlie lba,.i.- the :.r.er l science ..f Jo. Tnowvt sn. ship, he- er CO, LU t coi taii n Fort
s.omtst s.iti,,fte.l fat ms, .nrd r sad f'.,r public ,le.: a.j.-- ,il l.u ,'a .Jt Ii..l.. t isll ,slh e i tini
business inr tIe iipper pri of CrCt ;l cimnT-., s liat u iatt.r 'l e bor, ..h_ l.v .i-.l ,.,. i-- Acr A lie l in, e i" gIod-the bu;ld-
About 45 scr.s of riis tract ;. u. elil s' the "-jad f'l.-m .'ta Io,lIJ II .ieiC '- ie'-, f..id ii- ale middle liig --pI L-tyV ofl t;ttil-.
\i llt tiniler, lthe rem-nriin-erlerdi-jledir,r, .n. or, ra'jdy .l, I ,.. itIII .IC tiluo., i t he ai hd Coin (eCl 1t rt tr, the (lour ; good o1-
veiie.it filds n,ith a.ter II most of them- L "n -I ,l .er r, t I.i' -es to te cl. ld-- go.d lences, and fIloli ilteen
a good propol tiou of mea.do. ground-al.-I t the ,i, t le hfffta ,rl e tcr el tbe t timberland ili
no doubt i elnieta;inedll bit tle q,..AI*,.i for the productIl ,I -;.,:, di Gia-.--lr I tI\c enr" acres of bet., timber lanil ih
the land on lhi, firm u ill pl-ase any person well watered by i ,illllin .... ,, illS a, iSl ; ,I l n' bo, l i, Thi- ,ropu erl yi al-
viewing it. The buildings are a large and thereon, and a*r to ,t-oue bt.,lL:,l':n jini,,is tile landltil IDnl. .bra.il.lni, i'l1.
convenient two story dwelling" house, tle ancient. (oiir-_e Kiih,, it oiaiIa. lliitchli .orti .ini
greaterpart of stone, 60 by SIh.20,incon ose '1 ,icl,,lle ti) :-.51: h I .,T,.lves O -
plete lepai-t-a two story s I t.iI i.trore hnil, i, ,? thl- rGi .- I..Ii i .;. ". I,. '..,u'.J 1 O I .li to.
53 by 17 a large frame L:rn,..:,-ll ri. ,,l u r.ile i e i"e I vi' e.1 r I c IY l t eII1 i ..cl i I- NIo. 2.--;ittlt, in XY!listown, ad-
ith pon,1 silJling, a t.-.iit lI,...n rnd seve- reen t ...i...I...i.l, --. 1 I I l ould jriimi l 1i l I Joseph King i the Phi-
rid rathrcr nutlt baldiilg. The poi-I rrsd from be disposed to "il4 ri. .%i, eIlegantscites, olle I njt "
Elkton to IhIretbdins. TIle rpostr-l from ma ccommodt cd a it commands a Llp ad Lancaster road runs
Peach Btoirn ft .sIr, the mi. :.i, a dtheilm -.rbei ci e '.tit l ,tll j,| ,rct of the adja- through it; It contains about ten or
r',.w l'.Trnpik u r.iad latiel 11 .1 from c.nt. cic.,, ., .c. twelve .acre-; the land good-no build-
l'tila. l-lrl,h ti, B li;mnore, b' the li 'v of tr l tr-. %iill he mn 1 ra' -, -in.1 ::.il ii i,-- plenty t ,f L iud rind water.
Nc I.ln,,lirrcrosJ oid,ou -lnd. A ] er, a ,;.lge ti,.., n e k. I. h.. I: l -, M l ;.,- nt ti ll in TietL iirin
t11 P,,r r,,, ,altnA_ r.-;., CtU1.-',.0, all '.01 11-, jclndIi L Ih .. i ,. i, ii: pal it a-.. aw[ tliownships con-
cross -lc i, another inmedia.tly before the l,;,r r lTe 1 .', prl' I anld partly i Eatowntownshipscon-
door and within a'ew f sarls r.t thedweltling eln utteltdlt.e a li b.',t g r, I. t.ri;i-,r about tt ent fio if acres-ad-
house and store house. This farmliesatan PHILIP IICE, joining the Philai.anJ Lancaser tlurn-
eq-.l dJiiai-e from N,-w L n.i.Pluto anl Pom. l -for IJoIr ['u .F.., pke, Raniidal Evlias, Ilaniel Bough, and
D-i-oi it being about nine ilti Ifr..m t acl 11 rrc,. -'5 .. 69ts ,.thi r, --p.i t ,' the Inint l erv 'in --
ALo--For rsal.' II urdiriidel one l AT an Orpliarn'. Court held and some iddling-no bti,'sfc
rhal or it ml bli r. theill I.t t Il r tle Couy of and about si acres o thriving
h'r,, tl1liri LriIt of L.i. Crlln.tlitih llih- 1 C6Iester, thile twenty-filrst day of December, c hesniut and other timber;
1-4 acres ad. ih,;.ii .g :.,, r.,,t nie lth,, l.,U 1 D. It 18, Lef,,r ii i I .. i.k.l J.-i-,1r I1; JOHN G. BULL.
\lrJ. fior,om tl.- d" lilinig holise n ithi : rt i, t.lo Id h ).I r r.) ,,1 l ,. I': .- r -, -n No. 4- Situate in W Ill itiu r toIn-
m er:,lsi u, t l n b 'l & r r -ll e d r E -Fq .. .l ,h Ii b ,ro U: 's lllr I t. I- 1 -t ,. ship, aliLl lJ Pir PhiladirI lpl '11 alnd
nlcnitI tll ^ ^ras 4 1 11n 1 t I e 1 1 of i re -l it t O i, .r 1 i.IIi .l INli TIlike,I .-LTI d1 c, tlflM ,
d ..e llik,-h ,,,.. an d n e,. tin .-,h' lh t -". Se \ '.t I '.'e '" I t.,: L altl" h-r" | ik e, N, Itl l' .I e 1i.. L ...1-
'lle lN.rth I:act cr. -k, a ,,l Lr I. hug i. .T liam ,l .i, te- -' c.I i, ., d,..c. ,,..l, d Ab P ,,llip; I, n l ,, ror
pl. ss ili rig htI u S lut, 1T, r,, ,li h I f .ig lately v I'..! 1 ~ 1 -- i ; l r 1C ii rli- bllll -
built a lar.e and s ltlhsud t;l l :r,- i: .m, for I- I .1i tl' il 1. I r1 :IItl Ir-i ,n ld b lr--1i. -.r l--

or parlte Som.i ,,;l lI,.ll ,li, l.-r. -le "". *r* "a*.t lt i'I,.J. .,i V, l,, inLt,- JO1 tN (G B ULL,
tide ot t ; la,,l i i, I,;p,,.,lul." and the I i-i :,.i.' lIil,rj ltA.I i .tld, "' J.,EPil ROW LAND
t I frm *.f r .- 1 tn,-nl ll I.,i n n l o r ii\ A p- I .! I e ,,n N ., .-t J .
ril;crtion mayv b,- mnad. tol e sull l,bE: er (on NI"', s W .. rt. -, Al t.. o.,I- -.1 ,- N o. 5. I.\ d t l i., trlI,, t,, l li
the premises. ul ,. .I',iul i, x a., -i1-t .r I 1 : I, .4i LL ,,IIll in .: i, ,1 le.r.with
.James Jannev. r r, ;, ,, t ,t, f i '--, t I, tv ri-]ht acres ofi lihIir,,,I Lrd,
Nov. 18. l' ,. l -,. e' t. I., ..) if it., I ph'i vy iri .l t: -. i,. r t-
"T E S .< I |).M .... hu ., ,,I-..1 i. .. |t r i ithl I( -- d i 1.'l 1a1 1ellr lllo r
At private Sale, a plh ntalion liuinl- It-.: e ', he ,.,,,,, n h ,r b, l,. ,-. '- i,,rp,:,tv -i,1-
somnely situated in Prenn bury tol n- -t 1, _A0. 41, ,n. .-id. ,, "I '.M il-
ship, ('lhester county P ncii. contain- tI- .iirectir ns *.Ipr...-.... IA I. 1c l i.- tefl "iitl'~i LI.h. ni .~iliit M il -
ing between It0 : .1J 9'lt acr-'s, lviin, .' 'd t' f s ol lnat ti ,..tul .........I. Il, r- J ", -|.'!i l :iilitl, .I. Da.l he.lte ;lter,
ol,. both sides of thie KennettI l.td ; h Fl, i 1 '. .,l ai d ,t] h .
nIili- Ironm: V-lllili.tiiitol ail r a til .Jl N t G. \ n stl F ( CjITN'.: .1.II!N I. PUT.T,,

atllh(i ,- 0 IroI L V i, in,- t il ai a tht .lll 1 D .Iti tf itl.laeto li.It7 .\ il it .\ il ieIt. let.
h,,..l of a turt.pike gate road, ~ lI,..,!, n L' R.!. ._n___ 'Ii IE ;ll, Pi lli.T IPS.
to, the same; thcire is ulp.-ei li r..,i l'ilm .\ i. 11 \ I T No. t -I I i
abl 5') in.r.e s I. <.>dllnd, o "; < ,;st I Infi ni- the puilj c that he n ,,- re- "*.., 1 ,lI n,' xt : r -ill bc l,, let.
,iiality iLth a stItif -iient qi,.intity ofI id,-' in P. itiI.uurv township, at l,, I,'L' b. -. '.,,' ..ltl
cltiveit-tilnl clearel land of a natu-[ house of hlo-r.-i, W near the tI..... 1 'RI sL.
r-1l ,,ood quality, and about 9oi acres l.I;ding from K:.nnett meeting-house,, I .I l L ijtA*
in a1 *ood -tat,. or impro iii enr, .lav- Io A\lios Bri tv.n's M ill. lv i In l..: t .... 1iil, I I-.tI.. in tll, tn, l
inr b e,* Ii tely limt ed or die o .,iin : the I'rt.he itl tihe I;rt r 'tileol I ,, h Iti ll.l t li- ...n, i ri |i Iiii,, ,l tll) ,,, county of Dela-
buildin1., are a good: convenient stone ter, and is ready to attend thI-. '.- Ii i. e, ,ili;l iil,,I- of I'II I D)ar-
house with 7 rooms, cellared ; barn- may apply ,,r nci-i .:: or ,1i.; ,,l aid. l ,,.I,, ;I,, ,i lpin and ..iil I.' --
ston.e spring house, pumpat the 1.itdci- N. 11. H e intel- .llli II I gIne- I ,,,,,, Ipint are a tw story
I' Is, B. H.- intend, 1- I" -.-iei '. ei. t are a two sto ry
en door, waggon-house,. i;tbh *:,ri,,,-' ral ai .. tlii ilnt of in.-.li, ii.:- nh i.:n.I, 1.i,, ( .,,- .. ,.u! t reet ,, ht, ,.i,, .
over it; smoke-house, mitli-hi- p ad ],ich he will retail at ,l I... I ..I. I. water at the door
cai-riai.- house, and w.i n,; b.>rr~icl.; s. rices will, retail at d' 11, lit water at the door;
ai-ri;- house, and n barrack: prices a rg andcoveient two story
the whole'under chesnt lenc.: ; trll ,.. Ja T. 6. :',ai.; L, t c ove lu loty l ith .tabl,,le
is also a good collection ,f 1. I ll, l, wgets, .stas
kinds offruit trees cnllini, ori: Ihe a- S iE E IFFi"'S SALES, r" I...ll.I.n iibs, garne!s, sta-
d11. "-' '-- f11i14-,1Iil lthebest manner;
bc\ e would answer ,ll to dli% de into i e bestmlne
two-convenientfarms, being well wa- BY VIRTUE of WRTS. o r,( d. also ah, ...I.,,d to,,l.,,i l',,l,,,,,,e
toe, bv springs; for m iew and w ,',l cted, will be sold at Public Sale, the fol- i two stov :s hlh, su\,:%nlry by t ef,.tv-
tertul by vp;pings; for view and tormi :III
apply to tie subscriber on the preni- o,%;l. I:i.til Estate, to wit:-- : I fi',t, th; 'te.,te-r art, t fi'n-
ses. illia Eltt. WILL BE OLD' i.Iel in the irt apprnLd tl ile. all
ALSO, On TIuti-.i ., the 1 t rl January, which v.iti .,teral out hiiilhdili; are
.. .... ., i .. ., ..L ,. .. t .... a ttil,h nearlyl, t Abio.ul t fi, ltv-1'1% ,.1 .1 -. -, ,I


S For Sare a farm within half a mile of .I..c i. .i i -- ...... .
dlFor Sale a farm within half a mile nf 1.1 1 i; 1 h,r,-;.,.:, ; "essu age said plantation are under heavy titm-
the e abve : contiiiini about -3 acre-, 7r ...i ll n.i l r I.-.t of LAND in the town- ber, the remainder arable land under
with plenty .f uoodl billlilil.;' chiefly ship of New-London, in Chester county- oo fence, and in a good state of cul-
stone, and plenty of timber; inquire bounded by landsot J.ihn iiC... I ..i -rr of whh
as above. 5tf Oct. 28 der Il'Curdv, William Commons and others, tivation, tih, ';i eaterpart of which has
as e. ct. containing 6ne Hundred and th;i r f .. r A- lately been limed-the said plantation
SPLAN 'rON.-For Sale a crest ,lTre qiT.r. is and twenty pe ches-, i- :ibrut 12 miles from Wilmini.tun,
A PLANTATON.-For Sale a more c.r l -s. 1 t ie appurtenance lone from Dilworthstown, rne anIl a
plantation situated about a mile from the Seized and taken in e-i"cwli. ,I the pr-. half from Brandywine at Chadd's
borough of Wilmington, Delaware, between perty of Isaac Ashton and Joel Lukensi I I lof, n 'andyine at, Lhadd s
the Kennettand Lancaster turnpike roads, To BE SOLD BY ord, and convenient to several pla-
andb aout half n l'e from the Biandywine, 'ROM\ W LL PE \R'CE, s'~," ces of v'ors'lip--the situation is high
containing about 150 acres, more than one e and d,.lihtfl .ind commands an ex.
third of which is good timb land-the si- 7 tensiMe prllpecf--lfr further particu-
tuation is pleasant and health. Also near r 1.S.76tsI -
...........lars, and terms apply to JmFs Br-
the sloi cand directly oil the Lancaster E.AL ELSTAIE las, and terms ap to JAMS BEN-
IIrnpikPe road, a lot containing seven acres. AT PRIVTL'E SALE. NETT in the township (of Piells.iblrV..
As itis presumed no person will purchase The subscribers offers fort all N. B. The t.rins nill be e.isv to
without firit \irwiiig tihe premises, a fur- the purchasr
the lescriptin Is -in, unnecessary.- that imessuajg and lot of land situate the purcser .
For terms which ;.1ll be v,.ry liberal, apply in the borough of Westchester, now .. 7i .. .-.ti. .
Williamn Robinson occupied by Robert Sproul, and borin- NOTICE.
Wilmington- d(ed by property of Is-aac -arlinrton, ALL Persons who have demands
John R. Thomas, Esq. and tha les Barrmin'tonI. The against the estate of JosEPa HooD,
near Downingtown---or to situation is very desirable. Robert. late of tle treo nlsip of Newton, Dela-
Thomas S. Byrnes, Sproul will show tliepremises to any ware County, deceased, are requested
If not-ld v the 1-t of Secondmonth person inclining to purchase. Applica- to bring their demands legally attest-
next, ,t will thenn be rented or leased. tion to be made to Joshua ~' ever \ho e l-,.ir all persons who are indebt-
October 14. 63jtF will treat for the same. ed to said estate, are requested to
.Ann Scott, come forward and make payment
Six Cents Reward and no C'harrs. R Iichaid .Scott. thereof. RICHARD I110I1),
RAN away from the Subscriber, N. B. Charles Barrington, will -iih'r"
WATERS DEWVFtlt, Dec. 28th, 18-18, like% i;e dispose of his lot. 72tf 1 thN o, .:n. ,qIS -5,
leaving Eujtfallt filJ.I township, Chester ..


county, a Negio B.,i, 19 years of age, about
5 feet 7 inches high, stout made, pock
minrke..1, by nfint J.AMES CAAIRSY, supposed
h \will go t.- Lincaster, as his fatherlives
there Had c.n when he went away, home
made sailor-jacket and trowsers, a wool hat
and new pair of shoes.
January 13, 1819. 761
STOVES.
Just received from Hopewell Fur-
nace,and for sale by the subscribers,
an assortment of well finished Stoves.
BAua.Y & VALENTINE.
WestChester, Oct. 28 65 tf


FOR RENT. LAST NOTICE.
On reasonable terms, a new stone All persons having de,, nds, .zcintt tl-
Sea onloe, t, a i I estate of Thomas Jenkins. I ,.- off Lst Ni MI
tenanlt-house and mcnithhop, ith all Tbrough, deceased, are r" ,lil, -rd o pr. ir
the apparatus necessary for black- sent 'ieml o-n tellt ,tli C.r'settlement-and
Smithing, in a good ner-igiboturhond l.r ,l! olern- i. ndebr e to thi.e said estate either
business-a good black-niith %itli al by Bond, Note or Book accompt, orother-
small family who canbe well -recom- ise, are request r. e in, l. l li ri -
mende willbe Ied"- i ment, on or befeone tll I tII fit loIallv II1,t
mended will be preferred, espeeldlly, otherwise their icl:ompts ;11 be pl,.-ehl ,Ii
if lie till take an apprentice ,ho lhas the lhiarl s.;ii proper er-ei, ori .i:llteulit rl
worked in the shiop since 13 t sprinr- wi Itluir h.ll\ Or rlSi e t persons.
enqluire at the subscrier in Charleton OBED JAC ,
'" -. ; "THOM k ,I t ,,'N, Ears
township. JACOB WERSLER. LEVI. 5CI E s '
Jan. 6g 75 1tst Month 6th i819.. 1 7.5


Al VE IT-lbEllEN r.
The Sbs;crib-r ofliTzi for Sale,
rwo 1.\LL.1BLE Ilr.\TS OF L\ND.
1itut1atld in l;:ltrwiutini2lilan, C'lir-w .
:otinty, Pa. Nu. I ll.inil |:irn '
viill Hu.h R.Lul saL .u.,ni. -I t1 ill,.,
-on and the Sl't.-lhiib-r ; contaiii --
abilit ninele tliree acres ofl patllrnt.1
land ; lavin ou tio. y tiuth, anl (It ..
.1udiil qIiality, well iada;t ed t.,ir p!a.t,,
.'nd closer; abutit iltr.y acte- cu',l-
ed with tlrimin timber oft'lak and
chesnut. Th'le Jilipo\ eienits are a
new log house 22 by 1-' feet, a i ell (f
-,0Cod atcr at the door, unith a purn-p
,ihteiui-a new frame Ilai r, 45 by 28
feet, with stone stabling under the
same; an apple ercihard of good fruit;
the" fields nearly all watered by a
stream running thii olgl the firrnm-al
under good fence-This prlperil% lays
li.i.l and handsome. and in icwv of
it\ o public roads, and is offered for
SlI91.1-Si f in ha.iild the remainder
in t~ o annual paynient., w ithl interest
till.paid. V.
No. 2, containing about 150 acres;
adjoining landis with Doct. William
, on.p l,.n, J.ilin Mitclite and otlhei ,
there i- on aid farin a go id 1,, hliot ,
a r ai.a -,,hiii, li |iiprjti on t'tlthri\ iri, ,:, Ik
and c(h-.rnut timber, coil fI ncte and
rmer.-,iil- tle rable l.,id i;< well a-
lIn:predl toi pla i.i r and cloLer--tip
Itiojlerl( lays '.ithin i alf a Imile i.f
Ramsey's T'atrol- thie road le.fiilag
fiom said IRimnsv',- to Nei lnondunll *
roads, r.1-: tile .ulu .i tFle firml. both
S'ithtin tien-l i ilf-, i. lim e tIlti.rrie. : ;
Ir,,n tl.e ri.k mk ,rinir hz -2ie, Irh.m
Ovfoird, v :tlIin 1 tulIe otf .oeii c merchant
mill, one falling nill, two pa...er mii!k,
t -i saw mills, t IA i sIm;thll &!lps, Ac:
Tli. Ii,,,.i. r -r i -t.s ,i .iei at S'S-l0-
. ill,,,, in h i-!, :nl the ii .inrI iier in
till, i-.,iil pI ayl lents, 1 '.;0 i tilnh i.-t


NaI'i tr ill call on tle -iI tbl lLben iv-
in th .- .t i, super .
d..'il.1ii KIRK.
Jan 6, 1819. 75
To l, sold it l, 4'u i. i i
O n S 11 .v I h, 'i .;,.. ,! i,,. 11 1814;


ouse orit. a lg L mi I I;n owmi-
le A Ml i .' I F iiI. l' lit ,
containing Ofe I. h lrlt .d .;i di huit t' hi-
ft ;-.'_, Sithi[,.' int, i..,ie.,!d i. ,l bOrnii pv' -

fotks of 'l.i,-c.l:i, cr,.l.:. ui, tflt': i..i,,

house to l'.i, I I "- i1r,,i r ,t'i IIh -,n., the
Gap ul i., i .N p it ttnii il..e road, 12,
miles Irti V il hIn.iut --4 of a miie
fl" I i, ] il tlli.- I.l llk o lin edic .f i e,
Silli; t .1 mile of grist and .iuni mills,
and convenient to places of worship
,fi i life. Ii t Iti i n ini, i,. in a i, ex-
<:li-11. t l i' rtll.o tli ,ou II ; a.liii rin" land
olf a-,:ptinn. I' n s u t, iu J HI-lh I-.hi -
z'i tll \\-i ll^ -- atil ,lth- rsi : the i :-.
. nl,',rnPrh -ll t Al, N 1 ;1 \o, d ,tll.r lhou.e,
with one end stone, an -excellent spring
of water at tihe door, with-a s one
house over it; a large frame barn cel-
lared und, r, & the water can be taken
fromp ile ipi g into the barn-yard ;-
lhere is lik:'I.\i-e a tenant house on the
farm; there is one hundred acres of
cleared land, divided into convenient
fields, 'each field liha irig water in it;
this farm ii. either 'aicaulated for feed-
ing cattle or rauisii,, zramn.,-: the clear
land all pitch. otihiitiand, and is in
a high state of cultivation ; there is
forty acres of woodland, all lying' in
one body, chiefly oak and hickory.
Any person i hhiii t,, vi.t- f1l._ pro-
perty, may apply to the subsc, ;I liv-
ing thiereon.
GEORGE COURT.
Jan 6 75
'To be Sold at Public Sale.
On the imi'oei.-,ni fifth day the
21st of January inst, at two o'clock
P. M.-
A, VAltAnt.r PTA'TITTOwN,
'sitnate in thlt-- l ti slip itf .ti n trto n,
i'.l:laU coi' n u itVy f'ilrf-z.n hnilez front
. hiladifpl.ia, two miles from Beau-
nmrnil tavern, one and a half from.
Rad nor Church-supposed to be about
ninety six acres, with a good propor-
tion of wood-land. The land is of *-
good quality, bounded by lands of
Rees Thomas, Elijah Brooke a 'nd.ti-
ers ; the improvements are a stone
Dwelling house, with a well of water
near the door, log barn. It is deeLmed
inne,:>esiA y to say any thing further,
as persons wishing to purchase ', ill
view for tht-iii.-Ilvs. Payment will be
made e.i-a For further pirticuiari ,
apply to John H;unter neur the premi-
ses. ";
N. B. Attendance sill be given and
terms made known on the day of sale,
by JOHN HUNTER,
THOMAS COROGQ.
Jan. 6, 1819 75









.b le !da, at Private sale, FREDERICK DILLMAN,
A VALUABLE PLANTATION, Fashiaonable Hair Cutter and Dresser,
SITUl T.in \\teitmar'borourgh town- Retsptcfili}'y nin..r-rmis la hisabitairi -..I
Bhip, Chester county, Pennsylvania; \W-'i.cieer..r, that he his ctunmmF-nce.'- 1sr
buiundind by lands of Nathan IHaie ", .ir'i.'n Ir. -,,i-.tr-cr, Coppnle in.' ,re.a-
'nit others; contaiinon onr hundred l gltn a i I,'- '' l .' all, th at ''O i- "s
i xty six acre I ii 1 or him .tit i it Cliuir Jt-lOl i ill re-.c'
anl ,-1ixWry ix a:res ol liineK tnne l,,, -,,-ry ,itt,.nati- 'om ti l- p.alJbili'. obedcr.
ubiuot sity sis acres under timber, tie +,,.art.
inriainldcr arable, in a high state ,,f 1i1ar I I719. 76 6t
cultivation, the greater part has be-en i \ 'IE.'
tu ice limed, and lies handsomely to AntAHGM ooD,nof the torvn-hip o1
lhe south-east, which makes it supe a,, ,,,t .,,,J county (a. Itt. ia. .
rior for grain andgrass. It is d i'.il- nde a cono.lIte asigirn s rnIt n IA all II, ii 1i*
into small fields, all in view of the estate to tic ~u lbcit-Iet, i.,r Ilt. iLnielt ..i
house, with water. in most of them, his creditors, in confornmt .,tiu ,il. in'.,i
Do-run pa.,in- the~I h a part oftwo eponed I t em,, they o ler the fj r,.i
fields before the door; the building;ls i ,, ,,,ti ,,l of .iuij,,, n, .ia one
are a con modiolus two asory stone ',lclak i, thic aI.ii u iiaiLI, iiutal iii i ii'-
house, 50 by Il. witl piazza 'ii fiont 'o.r nrsili, of i ,'.II -,--r-,. ui, cu Ciir, oCf LIcs.ie
of the whole. Al.-o a larl-' ,t .rne barn, ter, c I,,III 1) .e,11, I-n.'-c r nI.: --
both l:att ly coterre, wilh cediar. A I'll ,ilItIniIi u, ultr F u .. L u. i House,
g .oJ spring .,f nev-?r failing watIr, con- C It ,,a. u iii,- ,,;, a'lI r,, ..> ,, i,'f l._ rn. a
dilrtei thr-.ut h pi ipe-s int- tile kitchl-n .-..1 j r-.i ..iA1 .le]t: ,lj.i ,. I n pr. ri', t,
part of the house, where is a ronvein ient ,ixri :..l.iL, 1', r- bI, t..r... ., uiun r
mniik house, from th.ence through the spring runItnlngrougl ttit [,ii'. .vere
r yard, &c. The above desc ibi large proportion of lius tract is covered
barn yard, &c. The above described ,,, ,, ,m,,.r. It,,. 1e .,ri, o It te s,,,
propel tv is haii>l s.inely -iftatetl, in. a ,,r ., .,i L r,.'nt, mtni-iur to l .ne iii
g- i,.1 ii~~.hbouiirh,: ol,con entient to pla- u, i-..,,iy.. P al.uni inln ii.i.g to pira.lia'.
ces of p iblic w or, hilp, m ills, & ,Q. %*e,, ,r ad e0 t e 1 e t enie t,, a.
f, r, 1..".ibe m, tire a.nn.U U) LIler ut itt
A farther lde cription is deemen d ,un- Smu, nbt. erb I .ho ,I1 l e rnl h Iiicui uh
-iecessary, as those inclining to put- ilu r,uio, oin It da i o1 -l.c.
ch.ite, are invited to view for them- bie.JAAMN I AL.Jtl,U
selves. For further particulars enquire U.,AVI JUNEa, .f;iUnc, .
ol' tile subscriber, living thereon, who Un LN hkiUNL, J
aill thew the premises and make .'ao"""y lit 1' lb. .
known the terms. L.a I' l 'l'lL t.
ELLIS DAVI& ALL Persons indebted to the Sub-
Doe-rin, Imo. 6th. "5 scriber, are tarn.ctly ie-jque:lidi to Ilakte
payment on or btl'ule rite .ath ut Itebria-
TO RE. SOLD, ryr,,-. Those conmpl)iig ,ith thli re.
AT PUBLIC SAI.E. .l tlei, aiii -ate trouble ain cOl i-a-J ait tl
ON Monday the 25th of the present ult ,'e, all unsettled Accuhti s -u ll t c
month (January) on the premises; iact, \. rthou r. a act to person coc-
S"PL.,{.'."o, EZLKLL Z \HITE.
Situate in the township of Haverfnrd estc:h,.ter, Jan. 1, ltel.. '
Del. co. on the public road I-eadii PELNN 'OUNTY.
front Darby through said township o. Inpursuanceofadjuurnmenta large
faiaverford ; eight mi!e-s from P;N a- an.ri Icpes-lanle oirfil r Olie iltia,,isLlat..
dellphia; adjoining lar.ls of John Litil- of p.ri-t. CIeati r t La-nc.,Istr tcouiues.a,s-
say, Esq. Philip Sheaffand others ; con- sa!mibl at u ile ih-,us te obn,-r lutli ,iMui.ti
training about seventy acres of land of 't t"n. ) un til: -d J.n. 1819, for the pur-.
a ood quality. There is on said plan- jaOLI i.iftg rtcuiiI relative to time
iatmi-riatai il-- .' am'.'.'. .LMirty, out ot" pA tirIS ,
t.iion a good proportion of woodland Li,-actr.ani L.ra auitcr c.runties,an il li fbll-
and naturally good meadow, a young It a inmg l Inut acter' uamiialml.'aiy bl.rcd u-p.
apple orchard, of the bet grafted fruit o,,, i. ~yqaini!ig at MC't.Sl a t -ri,, un
iulit beginnin n to bear, the remainder the ruer .uqieli.-utnali, IIlltCe to Liuc .e .
.. it1 r Wl s il iUU i&A,, Uil, 1djoitmi,6 l'h,.s.
is arable, dlivted into convenient field, tI.r ,i .ilnui ai. r la,,, a. JuI,,,, Lut ti L
tse with clover, ui.der gond fenee prin,- Ui,.k, eu,, ti Ilht--iite.ice '..Sutlt-C.,-to i Lie
cipally chesnut rail. 'The buildiri;gs i.,Lrn.cti..n i. L o.jii-urtn .-..rau ahid Ni.
aire a new toneini dwelling house, and gale;Iln t iunh',,--iiciInCe :.log tl. il<: i.1-
barn, a stone milk house, over an ex- lar line of the tate ot' elaware i,' the Mi.
cellent spring otfI after ; there is also ry ,lsand inethence aion p said lime to tin.
a ,ic au.ui-r1.lmnth.nIilna-Lt'tiCi. tlp the same
a valuable stone quarry thereon i'llt- t tilc pi.;:e ,'t euiiin6n .-r miich bounds
land lies handsomely to the south, and app-.,i tu u time l .naic .t cu.ii:i.ive tothe pub-
is a mellow, kitilly soil, agrees re- i.t: ;.,-d oufany heretofore proposed, and is
nmarkably well with lime and plaister, expected will meet the public approbton.
hlich with its beinz o nrer the mar- Jail i, 3, 1S ".."3
ket render, it an rbjict wotVnLy the at- --
tenttinn of the huabsandran. ALOTOF LAND-Is N.N. a IDEN.
The above property ii well watered, THE SubnscriberroflReil at Public ,aIle,
pl:ieatantly situated, and in a healthy a L..ItoI Land ir, Ni g.hide. n 'ownl,, ii.iCh,
and good neighbourhood. For farther ter county, containing ravE ACHEs, more or
arti r pplytthesubscriberoness. On the premises are a valuable;new
ait-u apply to the subscriber on House, with a most'excellent il,I;rg iuf i a
the premises, by tvhorn conditions ter at the door, and a small saletl-. Al-uit
which will be at.sy) will be made one ialf the land is in good Timber, the
known on the day ofsale u ier ey' ,chi.
Roanr AHT N nw. i ,ll i' rake place on S.turda;, iIi..
Ti.tli d,, | o' Febr,Ja nrei t, Oi i, P ,,n.
N. B, The sale to commence at 1 ,s ,t ite or 'cocrk, rP M next, oni ,i..ri,
I'cloc, k on said day. '.A II be ngl -n, aiii. coiidit u ii uade uI ; l it n
.Jan t 7 1 I iil th subin.r L r.
it ihie itpr' rperri is nol't ,.,d, it t, ill L,
THE SUBSCRIBERS r nrtd. JAMES GRlEER.
Begs leave to inform the Public that Januarvy13, le-;1. 7.
he hai just received from En-l.ind, a MiER(CH.%NT GRI lT MILL, .
landi.ine assortmenit of Hardi-are, Fo ni ie-a- ituat Le Cn.ile ,uiin ,i
-'onmisting of- N.,i ;-io-'..;. and within the same distance
Geirman an alca'ttsterl handsaws, i.i scnu kill navigation-18 miles from
Do. do t ith ironbacks, Philadelphia. The property comprises
7ar;ous sets of knives and forks abut Filit .A': r''-'..iwhibh t.tou ." 5. -
Sith carvers. first lm .^i' I. rd The ul .r. -.tn. i,.
1re a e r, c,. e t1 l L -C -t4nt a1d 11.
li-ld metal tea-kettles with stands, Mril, rtI, thrc~e pmii ,. rin.:ii sh .i;, t.i
Britaniia metal tea puts, hole ofil h. tt t .orkl ..Ir i --.-: .v
Poliilh teel true irons,, -.ili Plastcr Mill ,J. iL~i.-i -.r :..-..-i, L ncl '
Penknivep,pocketdo. butcherknives ",ng "'i-u':,-'h mH' ti i f.c' C ..,I kc ,, i ..r
and steet ll r, &.oc. .Al' a ii '.v. ~' ntl l tin, o, 1 .
a. d lnti i >.,orL-kin.uitui ip, ar.il P. nj 1 .. -a' -
Scissors, tfinl r.,?dle.- r ,. .acre t' \aterI. Ilit is an uru .r i Ced.i
The ab3o\' ginoJ'; .i-i" :! ilit first Mill Seaton the prentiscs,'havmin, ,hln l.-it
quality, and n -. re?.idv iam s',le i- hi t neai, ana V-i- ta nieit fur an Oil .1... 1 1.1-.
house in West.C': .tenr it. .d n. 0m had ti-r Mmll. Ic le .I ti..rmsn a very desira-
ble i.tab lairtillrt lui p.ia',itCla.ti :. appI. It,
upon terms the mo.t ,:u .1.aous to Genge B uic
the purcliser. Good al!;--e:.!nce made .,n e -i
to ste re-keepers, Joceph I'lloias, ':,.
\ rd6. -ODGSO PPr,'t. BDalk i.ot MonL g-..rir) (-o.01or
i a 6 "7,5 John Stalndi!Jge.
No. 5. Siuth Niinh street, Plilad'a
.,, ,JAnuary 1 1S19 4t'4
All pers-nis indebted to the estate ,, D, r
ofJi;,5phi o4d,is,, late of Marple town- FIFT'Y DOLLARS REW.RD.
ship, deceased, are de-ired to make STOOEN from or near the Plantation
iiinmediat,. i..ritment and all thoie hav- '"f te subscriber, about the latter eni ol
in- d n d* J .tui) or beginning ot August last, ten head
ing demands a.aiist said estate are otCAT L E. vi.. seen teers, two of.whiclh
requested to bring them forward le- .ae three )Cear old, and five oftwo, brand.
gally atteitedl for settlement. The set- ed on each horn in two places. iitlh C.
element of the accounts to be made at LE'WS, snd three Heifers, of two er
the house of Thomas Temple, in Mar- olter t fhe sera, au-e bothr.rdd in lik an-
ple tos nship. mark.
STSRAEL VOGDE&S,) The above reuaird will be given for the
JNO. M. MORE, .dm'rs. d;icover of thie Clttle, and upprehenhion
THOS. TEMPLE. J of he thmel'o- tietes; otra liberal ream.
Jan. 6, 1819, T 4t f a infrmri.n. I.1icl may lead to a dis-
totel) oi-thte Cattle oitl-.
TO RENT, A letter addressed to the subscriber, at
T"HA VALUIABLE TAVERN AND FARlM tat,,anirgsch, rint:eeni ccrtl, lbe trn. cnlly
THE Subscriber oflers to let that recei ed .id asire u d to.
valuable tavern stand in Westchester ,7 1Tlhe attention of Butchers and Tan-
the sign'of the Sprea1l Eagle at pre- ner is particularly requested to the alroae
sentoccupied by Jesse Giod, and the noLice. JJaI.Pil It. LUNNF.LL
Farmnn appurtenant ther-eo. It is too Raeruon'a Station, Dec 7th. lhis 76,
well knnwn a.a place of extensive -NOTICEi.-
business, to need a word of recoin- All persons are forbid trusting mty
mendation. Apply to wife Hannahl, as she has eloped I'roni
Jo.N\THA\i MATLACK. my bed and board. ti braham Llo'jd.
Westchester, Jan. 6 75 'Thornbury. Janh. 6, 1819. 7-5


At an ,j pF.an -i'- ou 't held aid kept peilvJ lImr, from the r:c.e:,iA cf :,t..:o ireari f saO rc~ ir t g[t ~
at cA'e tlt heier f io the county cA' Chiztiee. tI:nce, ,) the e hih the spafnsl tiha-se ilt-.r i e-as, ae ni .e, ) L ,-td iB
the I 2!h r',y -A uNr ecr ber. A. 1).. 1 o rrment c in. thi _t;, in the m not untqJinc.l e iraninr,cur.-
or-' Eli e ,,,r le .1.-,i Rons, i. hd .1 4 it m;gI.t be siffiC;r t to Ia. e thie vilidi- firmed tile ficts. ndI hs-, ac ..d ire r.ce.,, -
a ti(Ciutes Jutrgel I rI.iu,,t. ,acriiri ,., i t mt e ct.r' Ionr t .lse glunda. dluct of N chbolls : d. cl.ri d h-I. d,-applt -h-
Sip.rn. the p _,r ,, (--I tEnoch mI. ist, roni ., ifsrnNlih, in the cncloi cJ c ;.pc is f ".I., of th-e r.rctendled tre.it of -..h..n.e .1-
iftlle jns ot Dnctr John 1 i lte n i ,n. iack-rns l te.rs n.l thie vr,.- t.i-s l. I t r,,e l d-ti e icA h th
tie to .,-, ip of T flrin, ti r c.lunJ ,hich i'h re -pponrt. the e id,-..e t t ., gcl rrril nlert r-i Afllster i lt. i, ,ii,
.,f liate d c ed, ,o d,.:J ;iu lnt.:.. i t -ns;le t on the part. ot ,-.e n .riri, t-I -o rln rai nEf- i -ck ii .il.in .
Ill- h,,-il at 1 Ithe It ; a. l, [Itr per. ..tiiman iier, bhI ir t e t .Trl i iin .f t a c ',re '.-, l i, r u fld n ick ie In ', ,
ont ,, i,,-.!.: C, t '. e it-_ t- e .r l .i ti' e.. r Pizrro spe k : of tile ex c ti oi c-. I t .r t 11 ,lL 1.,. i L itm, 11 hi m, % ,1,
S...C.l. oc.m o in-,rn t or ti. e i' r, itrsn Ah ,.,Lject,., ia er. nt t 1he. for iit .i-e n. nA tl.cr r -ace C ,nch ru .
I1i of tile ne r, e rl'ul- S- n I,, cire.i., :. Ml.arkli s,. and tre other at -Siw .anv.a ndrItl- at h,.' ey l c.h .iin. Lol Ci iCLt",
.it, on the fi .t .B;und,; f iFu.I y n..i .m.rn 1,. 1 'h, these, e tran..ar,.. ma, .la confrnd the a-to i 1,,-t t tile tr .i
r.i a e.t.,tor r:f. L.eL .t .: ", pa, at ol tile to. a change in h the rels'ic t ,iueen. t .i ie t ,thdi: I Le atiti iiL. at tihe c.:rU
.1 ret'l c'tae ii' ', ;"C one Ia e 1111 died & to ,t;,,,,, v. li-h i i do brtll.o S intended tr. tir.e that the-., a.-i, r-tiie ere g en, cer-
.iisi'?. tW o rsr t., bounded be I lhetnr ,ir s Inc-Ice ,-f '. r. tarn dit lna. r'rfn.l I t TtbliC r.tl teel i t '.*t
by s r.t f c vi John. iand lae r.t BIt.i., It mn bce, heref,-re, ipr.,r in rein:nal shctn to the prr..lhtt Hi ih i mI jo, .ajd hit
nt, Davisdeceasvd ald o _l ,i t, he g I.ern he o '-ernm "en' hi C.fhol ic Majet! rN.t wai .eriialm hlk on,.,I ,i h a cith n'n,.,siutn,:
appurtenances,) a. the ail,- thl rui-t, or the incri ,lits in uhilch th; t, min.-le 'I1jr aBi Bi; h of cer. is to be rlt-in.ed i ii
shew cause ai ttrl: n- e d Ii a h ihe -, ,il or;i ai.ifli., .t i a, ni ie crc the cre !n.i.t zI-- t ,, ',a rs t cr, gr.tr.ted tim a rn- .Lrd-
re.l Estate shoul.l not be al ccirrti t. ornnerted riih it, r, ite t .el, ,rns bthi e., n -i pir- spre ict .i l it ,s enrct ur.e.grr, c
,ie provisionsof thle A.-:,- rf A ~lsem l, li Sp inand herad ;l lr.ri alLe ,tiirp,. t'a ,o -pect ar, in-...r 'r,n! i l'onl LktGr ,it, 1 1 1111 i
iclh case made aid proII. ed.J hIa.L- been ull.ire. e the proC To.. l. ii : i .t tttin rllnC' '. I.age l i,. rl,:ri s .,a,,l-i
From the R n JackstoL ani d ti l i ,e S. i ,a,, lti- l tie UL; d S i:lt all nt..rt,, in .. gf rin '
ro0m the .G. ut. Ln, Clek. rbitict some preci;e ini:,riiit ol n.. nm .n'l si.r livrig liet, it.tediy
JOHN L n Cl K. Tire cf the buiiile.tE, pEcI C ii-li irI i r,-et. ig .l -T, I t it i ] .\ el. -!d
Dec.SO. -t74'-3 to Sp-ain,in which th'ee stuec's .t'l.r ai- The ine'roi firt, ho ei i, abardl',re-
S;, il, iii uhr-se f..rr lhe i,.ks tlri itrt is', ed by Co1. N ic h llh ,, rtn.:lit.-'d on tile
IUBLIC SALE. ',etcngaeag3dd, uhIn their prI.,i:-is S lih trrit.. ry, o cupid i I t .t
W mILI le 'X:loed l to Public Sale, kin.It ere t.:rmi,,.cd, in eonqui .:e c.(A -p iii ito l om l, e l..d I it, anI
,-,n 'l i 6, % l h ", iTh n_,t .t 2 -'cli.-k. P M d 'iheir r llH i'ril"'11'i, h., 1 S'"tG P In .1 'k 'n tt ti t li li h d -l t, an.
i t, st r l,-. l 'f t c' at r, h, In tilhe n l, f A, ...A I 114. h- ldl by then as a p,.,t Iromni i. h rn,!
l,, -ibe PLA .N I A I rN. r lr t t L ; ,r e ne d bet. i e ei,;te-t e i n to cI.mii t I!picp ti nl'n oit:lr,,:I ;::
,irAj-e i:l e .i ,I i l', n ir ..; B, rir.i .tliii, a- l .r,:at Bri-ta;. n hich si ain l..i t'.rm il nttir.dlert, and,i a In itice l.tL e tur lfl{i-
,euiAi'y ilf D li.- ..te, .,..-.rai inin .e,- l,,red h e .l n .l i lr'1, .ai forne.r i'.i ala .; pr.. nr .'llti.i li a ., t the
,toiue t ,h r o D rt ot ,,_ i l. f- r, f ive,, ,
1%T IV1' 'I Ct[.. t im; rt E c-4r1pur k a" .iii ri i% i 't ;nouv ic.; e ti, th .rI tAh( e ; ln u tt lt
f(iiae property cl it ,lldaor iC rbcrl r.. 1 ri n ';.i,,;,r1 i t,,-,.l a. r 1-.'.iec r. t li i I -r. irt. Stai ri a l If ,p.i ll ri ,it Fl jrl -. In
,hi gr,.'a r-.-i i,.,idt f, ti,, .,et.ris.r r .i',,e s t,-e t.l 'ir-. iii -ciT-u: -r i .p i, i e, G eP Il .al i;t k-.. n t rorte .s
to in1,i n ; ., iitleC ir..m i, t tornr.m ,,rn h %t%. ih,. inom, .. ito -p.pr". -i", .-p. letter to thPe C t. 'rtor .o' PI'it -i .ii-.
,,l t,.n frorr the later r a tini.i lanis 4 in ,.ri-rir, i- ,. ar ,d it r i',il .ur r 1,, r,- i h ,to- lI i
l .,h n Paint.l r, i '.ac G.ilpir ,r I uliher ,i a ft the Spy ,.'ll pin,-ft,,.: ,, a. a t- r o i to u t i % t,.,

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h ,I r ;iri t -r c c ti' [ir l. u i.l. .l ii '..IrI ; rn n s e v ar,; ,;,- t .. .' I ,, ,il i r ,.i ,i a b il-.r in t l h ,i t li C i t r tl l Ie'f 'I i- a t i t it r
en luIt c. ,r ,etr i til>.L v1 rt .r- i. 1t a re a- .,1. n ur p ,, i ,. r ,r tno r t e r 'rid th i- ln .-' r il tle 1i -
,,.ra.b'e pr. .aiilon iof 0,JoLo rl ,II., r1 1,4 .r4.. p..I",,a : ; ,--i .,r ..r fa I, e alre, b ,
:,re erected cin the i rr.m i:t a c iin-i ti ,. i ll tliJ '-' Iin- 1 all t
Li.g and Stone House, with a well of good .i ,ri--,l 11 h p;t i, ,nl i. n ctl te h ',lin.i;-
iter at the J.I-r, a frame 1B rin and Stone th, i.: r.: tr i r i..ni li / i : r,r :'., r.i ;i-o't: .. cr htrc. antl hvb lt lli, drul-,ler-, L1' ii -
Spr'; n I -ie i'. : r,: a n cr t ,; li ,pr1;in"r ,,.,i i e ,, ,r h-,i r. ,.- ii .. I", r ,niiihi,,,. ., nri riment. I 'opie. i of ttlicr.r: rec, ne-
bewt ruit. r rte ci ce Ir i t i.r i",' .ii ,n... l. rutac t f-hi i i ..i; j
,.i tie r.,t n. in, g to ai. aOr..I, rm d :.I ,i Ie pli i ad i i- lht thi. i.

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Subscriber, ,nn^ n.- r ,he 'r, ,. ,,,, ., t'...-, .. ,. ,ih l .,l ._" l,,, fl.,. rri it ,i :1iree( t;r l.Jr;Il v ,d
Ist lo. 13th, 1819. 71 approach of Gen. Jack-son. .,1,iI'i ir t Lt.,,-,' 'ui'. ,.. tt:, t t1,e ii d
A letter or packet directed to Joln be blown up, theh pro Spaniaht ht. I l Iii in r irnt.
when he found it cocul! riot afford him pro- B ates ; ht. Ih..t h1, Iii t,t ;.. i..: tent
W ilcox, Esq. of Concord township, section, -,,i, ,. ~-'.i''.,, that artof the pro- force, Tlnr:, r : i, ri ... ity, it1'at .1iil i.,
Del. co. which w: cr 'li t by the post -.. i.: l : r I1::l. .it I.;. -- 1-, t fi.r,,il 1te r '.. 'i r i Ge.-. .I. i
boy S weeks ago i r missing. Any pert- it i-.n i,. rr. .l.- r.. ti r i,. ,, iii 1.sn hi)o ill lii ir .ard it fO M r. Wi l- ri. .. a r'..,. h ,if ., ,, ,'.*., r.r' 1-'', .'', 'u ll if'' ir-
cx\ or retut rn it t, i lie IReco l Office -hot I i ,r.- ,I Ir, : n1 '1 'I
an :early a-- pniible: ill c nfti ra fa- l,,.,, ,r fou d i ..r a i ,r, d iii p. 'I it i i. l iit,,I t- i :- v i', ( ,. in
nour on ll,. Erii-it.-,. A r-n r, I,' ..-," it p .- : e ,1it t.,, ri, r ia- fit'i up-
F-I.' TIN cI w. f i r ir t ..II P-, in 1y9 .,i i t .t..-.
FOR r.rqPr.J.'l, '--t,. lr i ( hr-t i ,,ll pin. .s
A CONSTAN'T SUPPLY, FOR SALE BY As between the United States and Great rous lri..ir"..r l a ba.,.t'.l rnr-, b, l.ri'-
b w TROTTER & Co. Britain, we should be willing to bury.- this in to "Ir'A r \avv nii rli I.'nit'rid .~tnt.3',
No. 47. N. Front St. PHILADE LPIA. I t in the same grave of 'oblivn tlhe hir.irtil l"rt in it bi Ni h lls.
September 2, 1818. tf57 ',., i;r i f .1 N,.:,r i terminated. In the yvnr 11', .A i.ler .Ar-
S1the war. B,, h. I rr.t ,consider the rpi..:- Lthiot, ,f tIl i-i ird if N -Prn tl-
S\. IN' Il. which ensued between the United ,''i' elpnrce, a PB itili shihject, first nnpr...r-
TI'., gihsicrilberr "ill iiak onene or r,n (... ,, B ';in ..i having piut an ,rnil ,,r t. n ;an India, n Iriirr in Spaninh-
ti- .- Ir rIui t ,:lrhi tin r h r t- I h ,, ,ili.ir occupations or t hi. iF]nhid r; nrd a-c thc netl -~.oor ,.r_ n i
tJr iond-. if i-l" r-I": -'.m ui..--. ,nrn. i.i i V ^re Tr,, i,,n a.n-t ,I- jm t h.'-,..n
.lii '.j i i z .t"j llirr, r i n.,-.-1 u,, i i irel ira s art.. r ti lonrIl N? i,.hc, lln i,, the F.r,,,I.il. ,.,,t i. ,
& l r. ratification of the treaty of 'Ghent, i.i- r te- i .r -alr in. til- .-.( 'n-in.l.i -ar .; cn,.tli, e,l
OU ELATO PA taied his post and Iis p:.r'-cc-nir'-d fi rcl Id N ti-k Idians t lho.tili a, "ei t
OUR ELATIONS WITH SPAIN. in military array. the I Iitel .Itr.i., hv ri,.iir ite
The Secretary of State of the United States, By the 9lh article of -h.at tred r, th.- Cin. pleI,.rce ih:it, h.-v were i Fnlith-rl in all
to the Minister PlenipotentIary of the ted States had trill-,i' 1 t '. re ., e in
United States to Spain, at Madrid. immediately after ,ts rattic i.-,, t, -thi nd I l'it Irf hdt i.n rtild to the
ThpairThln.t el. f IC., ties with all nh.- r;.i-- rr ,an..t'r- li.li{ans Creer-k aitlion by the U(nit,.d St:.tIfs
W ashiri.gr,,i,. N.8 em r. 1818.5 w2ith whom 1'..-. ,l,, -h ,: r at il n Augu -, I -1 ., .a rmere Inditirt
Sir-Yo'itr 'despaethe. to No 9 ,, inclu- time of the : L ',1t.- ;.r ..,*..1 ,i !'i:.-r'.-: *.-. tr.,i,-a tiIe' intl Inirin rol' this nliari in:n
re. .ith t h ir t enclc .,nrra ha,, ber. n re. I;,, r all t1,, r '... t-.-h It-' l -l lc :i Spa1lnih ps ,,vin,:i wrt contrary to
c..r 'iit leiw. .--pr tinimtci. Atroo sg the- tee .-, 11. ih i-i v Io- 1o1 r l ;r iri.:le hadi,, l
.,,,-l.:.-,,te ar. ,Ihe s e,'- n..-,-i, alr s--,l .pI;.-,,,,.n .- ,n i C,--k ratrir.i, ., ihh wh..m, pi,.iy ,t r b r, ed r b .l l f.P hl'iro-
Iti yu dvy Mr. Pi:arro. in re ri n to the ithi Uiineir.'d St l-- ha. 'Ir.-iad ni.r p- ,er:. Iean pou ert" in thi, herrTiiphere, ,nnd
irnnac:itlins dJinr the .r -ai~re r-f l-..ni I-; a tr'e c.-.no.-iho'l I n the "h ,1p\ O. i) 1 no t- niir lIrr inrri.u l', than tv Spain n,
i,-kI....n j|.; -. ,-hr,: Sc ri...l It.-li.ans .t .d Ar gp is't, le-.14. i r, ,, a r .. i ci tr n-io T.s i t.,- : ,,, exc rlin ltg ati l l'ior-i ,nher l'irrin inter-
',i b.,n.Jii, of rlegr..i-.c n,b;i .:d wt d, th. in n,.- nre1' I.f GI ei, .l 3 n, -.] I'et C,..I n
uri.l pr.irnri l ii, ls pr.-:C-edin s n Fi-'.r. N,.-bl nlls n. f r, ir h r e ,e- s an orn sidier at as t t i
SIi., 'r I.:ir ip Ln:. itlri es of ,e UI. State... '.ppr1;i'g 'o the Seminoles of Florida, and ri--irit rii e. It Oi,:-1 be knnr r, I\ n ther,
in hli t'i:.rii h i- ia I.,t -.-f tho.e notes l It Tce ridtl-, i,,:| Red Sticks, h.-nt he had in- Spanish gortn\ -rnri'ti.t, t her her Arb, nh-.
Mr. Pizarro he has given formnil I .ronce that .Ic-..l n i ni:n iirr, 'lire. l.nt actually per- not, had ia ,p ih ilit I. i-n o- Ir tr'ilini
the kingR his master, has i: ..tl -I .rlera t'ir s id .1 l fni thlt r'- ., en .tled,by vir- 'it' tid e Ir l did llr i ;i .p:tui;ch F i'r ii[a
the suspension ..f the ri, C.ri .;.t. be-n t 1, ii te of ih- t i e ofi i-' i ,len'. rn ,ill the lands i r hl
ire Unl,,i t.. States .an,i S ain. u ,ntil srlf c- \hi.h h ft.l be,.n- .1 t.:. tl-,e r'eek nation, t i n th- t Sp
.,,ir l,.,ll have'h-n n mn ,,e b\ ihr Am,.: ,r ,n wi th;'i I hile ti rlirl S'll i ,. n 'th \ ,r i Ti. 1 I l ad buur b l ,v. I lr- 1 i It, tT riei.trainf by
,. rrn tr to him o'r tihi.-.e procer .lii t. oIdi that 'thi; .v' rnn.r-t ,t -.'f iii -i l, hL ii e all l iuO ,i ti;t. i. II e part Cit lrI.-e
I rien .1 n-k-a.n, wr li h hie i 'i n .ln iit..s ,i ts *.- nirld e ,rrpi hn.n n ;, n l I, i rl riiri' I.- I Ir.it nrnl ai;z il -t 14 >e li;' ier on i thI .
..- ineqiiiil. aJ honiili'y agairni, hium, aiii as h. r a-.,ieii at...;, hi d,-- n r,-1. ;i, .a, r.r i nited p-tia l i, n la fi tihatn to
.-utrgei- i i..,pin hin or.nor ld dl gniri ; i thi pr--n..h.n. ,' ih C li H k .,r h .icin ,,i I,.. i
:.rl) ,c- .ep.b!i at.ot.rrient fl ,r hch, it .,t the ,t.rctd St.,,,- with the ( i., i. ', .-i plain h' O.. in t:h t r. h l h.
lt ,et t i.:, c.-.siast in i;s r'ti-a ,l f .the i.:ni g himn r0Cl -..e, ;n their nacc, -i uih t e1 1 tl%.iit |l-.il ,riirianl, c't.lly a y
.,i thi- Am.in Ic, n l'rGen:r 'In, cein,i;. i,.nir- n.i.ckery of s.lenlii..ir hatthe had conclu- i ll I: isa:\i:iln-. ti h-er oiiriinlr fi pi-
.,f-ih..- irirliction upon him of a suitable dred a tr;.n .T ,.! tIn,,...-, offensive and de- Sin a grant such a license to a freinir
n...nhrhment for lhis supposed misconduct, fensive. .'i -a breast, ,if r. ; .i,. .*: rnand corn- incendiary, whose [pi r;l.ila, if hlio t h,,
anrd tie r esttution of the posts and terrlto- merce ilth Grr i' ,1 .I 1 v iich more -n,
ries taken byhint iruit, ine Spanish authori- was to be heard aftcerit should h, rnl., only object, appears to have bent ti.
ties, with indemnity for all the property inl ri.-lnd. C.t i N;. I.-ill, then it I.. ., ,ti nnttltu te thl ,-E hoitil;icis 'l hili. Spain
rkeni anlt.I ll llJ ng' es ind inji ni-,.. |ii.h!ic i,;i:. f.i. hI-,i. in some of the e:.-.l-.....i hIll ex ,pl>c.-'l i lp latied b l l ( :,i tr.
-r priat-, ,iia.tanetld in c,-t.n e.: n.-:rc.- t it r.-i -...- .. 1 i,- Fort at Prospecr n inff iren 1 lraitn. Inm hi I ti, .rnial it, ti;'- tar)ii.
itltr in vii i, -i fe.,' dati .n ltr r thi rnc.nii '. j. h ,.t '..hich Ih:- h I. .1 n.-. ;-.in i / .r e -.
ion, Mr. Pizarl inuatl "l, c r,'i -.l, itil, |i,. -- l rhe \pp l.,.:lc-1 : ,,..-k i. ,,tl Ih I,,,ii J bu kt to i lC ll. N u irir.t1 r
,:..p;c s i of die cort.hrL.pcuililn. bef .a Ii Mr. lii .c 1 .' [-t.n ut.'r i .. ;i 1 ,',e.. ..d etril rk. id e I nike i i alppeallat aire.i
(liri e an-d tI.h d- mris u pcn, tite.letdernum ;..n ed- l;r i'i.;-u:.Ia l. '.till -. er.el tt ,ie tvrt.-i- ite Indians, ac -compja led by) tie i'r.i-
whid1l hlad beet, i.kcri n by ite: Pis ,ilt i, to i .m r '.gm,-i ,tr, lt. in ta tli hsdt ,helinir. i. wphet Hillis Hadji iret rtried f ti)nl
to rct...re die place ,..f Pens:i,.-ul t r it i ,- .1i.. I .. m .n t .n, ,. te %,r, l. his expedition tu fEnli arln than th.
-ar t B.rtranc s. to any persc. n 1 roper.l Iit- ti I r,:i-.., r.ir IlIhih 11 li. tl.-' .l Irfl trl trpe', i i i n. I ih i a f
tlihr i:d. on ithe pist o- Spii, to rnc'.. e- ani. .,imp r., l i 1, urit I,.;,e, : ,,ir,,i pt-ace lul inlua.,it.aiis un tle birdern. of
tli-,m, and the i .rt of St. iLirk i a.\ '| a. trhinfiti tn. a- tir, n...i .l..0 ,btn ru t rf I,;. II e U litil iN clitt"--, Werre visited : i;h
nish force adequate to itS plcrotccton ti. i t itilit Iit 'eri.aujr. ta' I.,,itnr., ii tihe mni all their horror-s of savage war : the
the Indians, by whom its forcible .-,:p .I a I. -,r Fn..rr CoI H\, i-.i ,.n'.. i i robbery of their propertY, and the bar-
tion had been threatened, for purp..s:ps -.f c,-,,m, mnr,: -i, t 11 gh;- .,ear,,,t,., ihe ,r- ibarous a! inldiscrninnate murder of
hnotilitv agR'anst the United- Sta'tk 1 ti. r i.ltrit,'ce ,' .iint hi atiii I NrholIt-. r.. ,
officer commanding at lihe post, h.i. been r.e, r -i t. .pi...is Iii, ri, makcd N,, women, infancy anfd age.
directed to consider 250 men as a-ucti a.J-- 1 i 5.. are il rl C. 'i.,. i u,,ll.,.n .lill. A itei the; repeat..l rI e.pistulll:; ti rni,,
Cquiate torce; and, in case ci'f ilthci r App.:ir- .r. M.I nrr- ,e, ithr.n riean,3 ..f 1:iie'. :,nI warnings, atid off~:l- ,i li-acte, tti,,' Iu li
nir ce, with prope r atithuriity.,i dt iee it 1-i up lrrE,' d a ict..r, (cor- py m. Irkei r,., ,, i, t ,e ifhal ilif r atid -Iliiilin i. 18rI I, ti.
to their c nmmari.ter accordin ly IAk,-r. -he L ....i charge ,''.tT.lai:. a le pt f of the U rit,, I Stat,' ,i i, li- It
From the l.>nt mept:t, ned cra rri- pond ice, \\ ialitnir,,,, c.rr .l ,;i nr r f Ni t ,,,11' s con- le I .l
the Spanialh.tge eri-,rcnt nid-il Ike'.'.i lat d.rt. and :hr.- r li.hn l n h;. pli-,.-1;c e t huit u .ii '\ eL;'. l only by !t ieii,\ ed oiitllr P.mi
beei, -uiisfied tlit tie i c.up. tiotiorn .I ,e-,i. 't aili i clt-e i"f the ni.? .i.u rn i l.inut.O, co iid a It atiir a dettachment of rferrt niei,,
places in Spanish Florida, by the comman- :\- ni.\ ]>plh,' ..", .', i l .ii Il,,li.,, w;ts ut- under Lieutenant Scott, accompanied'
der of the American forces, was not by vir- t-.Il) i'i ti'tu t-, f |,,iii lt,.n. C (-ttis ofthe by seven women, had been waylaid
tue of any order received by him from this same correspondence were transmitted t and m-tiered by the Indians,- Tnn,..rc
g.r trrinment ta thit le ict, nor with any view the Minister of the United States, then in and murdered b the Indians Ll.r.
of twrestinrg ite phrI;n c from the pi..in.,- Englandu, with instructions to remonstrate were given General Jackson, and an
si..n of Spain; nn..r i.i .,ri sir-t of li-~r-'lrt with the Britishu government against these adequate force was placed at his dis--
to the Spanish government; that it arose proceedings of Nicholls, and to shlewhow posal, to terniiiti' lti!' war. It was4
Iromn incident t ll ich c ,L.rrei ili til. po. i- compatible they were with the peace ascertained that the Spanish force iit
irctoi'iott cil tire t ar :,ig,;ii t. tlh n.i1ate,-- .'.lich had been concluded between the
lion the lunmrinent dang-r 1,1 whilii tile fin.rt ,r o nations. These remonstrances were -'ln idi a was inadeqtiiiate fir the prcr
of St. Mai-ks wasot' bicng ,-cltd l. t lie ii- accorditigly made,first in personal inter, tee ittiT. even of the Sai.nil-h termitrri ,
diarin iherntelie-, nIL t."nm tlIe iniaiflst.i- view with Earl nathturst and Lord Ca,-lt. ItsIlt, against this nirlgh tl hiOile ,1!-
inons of I,,'.tili;til tihe United ti..ti -, Lby r.-', l'. ,;1. afterwards in written notes, ad,- lawless Int. 'us aid Negroes, and, al-
the coiminantdant of St. Marks and the gov- dressed successively to them, (copies of though their tievastatiotns ,-it- rmn-
ernmeniot P,. nscelal. the proofs of. which which, together with extracts from the dcs. O
were made known to Gen. Jackson, and im- patches of the American miniistar to the Se. fitted within the limits of t.,- i' ite








ai.t-'., they immeldiati-ly r:ought re-
i .,e witiin their Florida line, alid tl.ere
oun!y were to be overtakeri. The ne-
c-sitiy of crossi;g the line was indis-
peinsable ; for it was from be-yond the
line that the Indians made their rnur-
dleraoi incur-ions within that of tihe
IUniteI States. It was there iliat they
had their abode, and the territo-ry bI-
InliZed in fact to them,a[ltlough uith-
in th.. borders of the Spanis, juris-
dlici.iir. There it was that th Amne-
rictan commander nm.-t the principle
reistarice from them ; there it \ta.,
ttit were found the still bleeding
scalps-i of our citizens,fleshly butcher-
ed by them; there it was that hie re-
leased the only woman, who had been
suffered to survive the rm.n-sa:cr: of the
party under lieutenant Scott. But it
was not anticipated by this govern-
ment that the commanding officers
of Spain, in Florida, whose especial
duty it was, in conformity to the Ao-
lemn enagemennts contracted by their
nation, to restrain, by force, those In-
dians from hostilitis ag.ain-;t the Uni-
ted Statep, would be Iliund encouraI--
Ing, aiding and abetting them, and
furnii-hin- them witli tiipphel-, lfor car-
rvin: on sich hontilitier,. "Thp officer
in command, inmineiate'lv beft-re z'ren-
eral Jack son, was, theref-'re, speci.dly
intriuctfd to respect, as far as pnssille,
the Spanish authority, wherever it %%as
maiiaiined, and a coiji.- rif tlhe*e oid'ers
were al9o furnished to Gen. JackLs.;i,
upon his takin the comniand. Inthie
course of hit pi.'rstuit,as he approached
St. Marks, he was informed, direct
froiim Lte G,,i.rnor of Pen.acurla, that
a party of the- hoitile Indians had
threi-teneil to peize tl at Fori, and that
h' :-'pri:liori(led thle 'paUish enirrison
thewl. %a, irit in strength tli iic;eiit to
d.'fend it a.rain't them. Thii infor-
mation rnwa colnfirnil- firomi othi.-
sour:ces, anl Iby tie e\ idence producet-
up'in the trial of Ambrister, it |lr>.\ed
to have bt.-e exactly friip. By all the
lat ofneuti al y aInd olf war, as well
a- of prudeni'e ani if o Ihiu.imlity, lie
,tas warrriiled im antiicip:itini-; his eite-
ny,by thli ainicaible anid tlia b.iing re-
f1iseid 11- I.v ihe filrribl. ncnup;,tin ,r ti lihe
flrt. Tfiere i ill neied ini citations
from printel ti'trea.ttiu. on interrnltimi.tl
law., to p-ri.v-' the cor.,cinea f itf thi-
principle. It is enieratedi ini adl.inan
orn ihe couiiinn eii'n.: of mankind ; no
writer upon the lais nof natiis e '"i
pretend to conritradict it ; none ~ r
any reputation or authority *ever oiiit-
tel 'o assert it.
At Fort St. Marki, Alexander Ar-
buthnot, the Biitish Indlian trader
from byvnnd thi s ea, the firebrand,b)
xh,,se torch this Negro Intlian wiar
agiimhs: our borders had been rekind-
led,was fond an inmate of the com-
mandant's family ; and it was also
found that, by the commandant hilm-
sel'; councils of war hld been permit-
t.d to be held within it, by the qaiage
chiefs and warriors; that the Span-
i-h store-houses had been appropria-
ted to their use; that it was an open
market for cattle, known tn have been
rubbed by them from citizens of the
United States,and which hadl beer con-
tracted for an.h purchased by the offi-
cers of the garrison. That informa-
tiun had been afforded frum this fort
by Arbuthnot, to the enemy, of the
stilenlth and movements of the Ame-
rican army ; that the date of the depar-
ture of express hail been noted by the
Spanish Commissary, and ammunition,
nitionn of war, and all necessaraN
supplies furnished t, tihe Indians.
The conduct ,,f the Got ernor of Pen-
sacula %as not less marked by a dis-
position of enmity to the UtriitedState..,
and bv ar utter disregard to the obti-
gritiuon of the treats, by which he was
bujitid to rietraii, by force, the Indians
'roin hoitiiities against thmrn. When
called upon to vinlicati flhe territorial
rights and aunrhritv of Spain, by tlhe
destruction of the Negro Fort, his pre-
decessor had declared it to be not less
annovin' alid periiici'itrs r tlie Spani-.h
ubiljects in Flirida. than to the Unitell
Stafie, bit hail prl.aded hii inahilit'' rI
suibdue ii. lHi',himself, hid expr-'se-ld
hisappiehen-ionan that Fnd-t St. Marks
woultl hLe forcibly taken by tle sava-
ges, from its Spani-h gatrison : yet,
at the sime fimei, he hail refused the
passag._ae up the Escambi;a river, unless
to provisions deSliti'd for the APmeri-
can army, which, by th'e detention of
thermi, was eilmbje telr rtl lie mostdis-
fretsing pli.ationis. He hail permit-
teil free Irngres andl eares at Pensa-
ciola, to the a\,vwed sai age enemies
of the United States. Supplies of
F.tinu;tion. munitionns .f war, and pro-
iidons had bren received from leiice..
They had been received and shelter-
ed there, from the pursuit of the Ame-
rican forces, and suffered again to
sally thence, :to enter upon the Ame-
rican territr- ;ind commit neiv mur-
ders. Finally, on the approach of
Ge.:n.Jak ;nn to Pensacola, the Gover-
nor ;ent him a letter, denouncing his
entrr upon the territory of Florida,
ai a iiiknt autra e- un, onn the rights of
Sp-,. -',r ')''pding him to depart and


;ith.h'raw from the same, and threat.
tVint in case ot' his -non-compliance,
to employ force to expel him.
Tl be continued.



FVESTCHESTER.:
I 'EljNEDlAY, J.NU.LYV 20, E189.

il~Arr.'rnerr.r' .rsre in train to enlarge
'lie ReconD inr the nc.ir-e of this month.
're~cr.ter D 5,:ln Sci,'et.
On IThuridJ.y evening will be debate.
ihe qes.aion--" Ought per.a.nis in Ir, iins 1.
vania to be permitted to dispose of tieir e -
tates, by will."
Debate to be public, and to comment,
early. '
Thlme -.air:;c Bank and branches, have been reduced one
third. The Legiilature of Kentucky have
pa;ssd I-sI:lu;lorn, strongly hosiId to the
B.nk, and e'i,' .hing their wi-i that the
UiBncirl, should be 'wit.i:ra.n firm rthatl State.
Minittes or thIi proc-.liigs of the Legis-
I-ture of ,~ti Sirte, ,re reported and pub-
lshe..l in the lLirinIl,ir; Chr.',r.:cle 1 I -
rpper i uLli;hc.l olne. a week ,diJrirg ill:
slrimer, and twice during the winter. lii:
report'. l.irte :hibit.-L. in a neat and impar-
:.al mainnier, nil rend,:1 i r the p.iap.r ell rr
thy the .ittern,-',n r:cfall u ho lerl an mit:rei t
in the proceedings of the State .egh;.ir~-,
and !iii ought to include every freeman o
the Commonwealth. Subscriptions at three
.JIlla,'~ p.r i: cr, will be received at the
Ri:cr,,l ffli.e, and f.,or.ard..I d to the pub-

",INDIAN NrONI."
The essays in our Parterre on "Indian
Wrongs," contain much iint.rs ingin.l'r.
mnalOn, cn...n'\:ed in a clear and nervous
st. le; and their purpose is of the noblest
cli Iir.cter.
17,,'.. jR;.-A-. iLilliv respectable
meeting ofT .:,litizc. of which Mr. CoL n rD .
,,as PrI'csdnt, anld the Hon. BaRCKROLST
IVISanSTOr Secretary, has been holden in
New-York, to forward a Memorial to Con-
gress in favor of more ,t-rtctual mneani 1Ie-
Ir .il.'il,'rd to r Ivilize the Indians, and to
iilr.....l.ice the .iS.L ofPear,..in..A l gi i'ulbire
r t,...rt,-. --The Military Committee has
repr.rit.l a rc:.,Itii;o of Censure on the con-
li.e l. Gr-:I J iti ~ao, for the exCi:cuii i ''I
AlnrHFTV..- ..*II. A.IralSTER.
A Minority of that Committee have laid
before the House a different paper, conclu-
.iinr n'h a r,-.lution that the General de"
i, r .:i the ra'itCs of his country -- ilrt rt
ng debates 1..L be expected thereon.
Mr. MERCEn, of Virginia, in spi- king iof
the letter of Secretary ADAIs, which we this
week begin :. 1a bbtfi're nor rer.1.:rs, q',s%
it is a Itner strewed %ithl t1':. crs, hbt.
scented with blood."-Notwithstanding its
I ngthl, we have deemed it of too much im-
p'-rance to w;thlhol.l from our readers.
The Legisalure of No-u.ork has con.
cened. MI. GEnMAN, Clintonian, after a se-
ere contest, was appointed Speaker.-Gov.
CLINTON presented to the House an able
Mes.ige. -
lhe letter of -T I'Tsar raT'" is re-
rcmeived The essays.were noticed, but not
preierv:d. "If he will be kind enough to
tirm h us with copies, they shall be either
republishcd or nuticedJ in the most ia'tisI'c
torn manner olir lImitn iltll a.JnT-t--tlr hat.
eLer concerns the interestof thi couni;,,
Ihs an immediate and irresistible claim
upon us Randd to see Wilnminlt.-n flourish
t ouLld be to us a source of sincere plea-
sure.

Copy of a letter from the Honorable Mis-
KE6IL E %wI, Senator from this district'
to the blitJor of the Village Record.
Haiiisbuli, January11, 1819.
SIR-1 know it is grateful to our
citizens to be informed how stands the
finances of the counriionwealtlh-per-
mit me to communicate tiroupli vour
p.iper, iinfornia ion vwhici they cannot
receive through a better channel.
.The Treasurer has received for the
use ofrhecommonwiealtl in the course
of the last year,
One year's dividend on Pennsvlvani:i
Bank Stock. 811110.111
Do. Philadelhia Bank do. 31,398
Do. Farmers & Mechanics do. 8,540
Do.Columnbi.i Btidge 2,700
1). Susquehannra and York
turnpike road 200
Do. Easton & Wilkesbarre do. 500

8193, 338
Borrowed of the Philadcl-
phia Bank 100,000,00
Received for Auction
duties 73,910,89
for Lands, &c, 52,425,72
for taxes on Banks,
established by act of 1814 37,631,37
for taven licences 30,682,10
for Miscellaneous
accounts 27,426,27
for taxes on certain
offices, i 13,044,87


Reed for fees of the office Ricurees' than another nations. My
ol the Secretary oi the opinion on this subject may be ground-
Commonwealth ,592,22 less, time alone will determine the
Monies returned of fact." St. Louis Ei.qurier.
advances, &c. in relation
tothe late iar 2,294 80 FRO- ra tlfRaniBsa' n CUIno LEr.
P:otI EEI)iNiGS (F I HI:
Amount received 53.3,34-,4 Legislature of Pennsylvania.
To which add tlit- b..lance


in the Treasury, 1st Dec.
ItlT,7. 191,6S,56G

Amount in the Treasury in
thie course of the last year S7~-5,.8,80:'
There has in the course of the last
year been paid out of the Ireasury of
the :sate, as fll!ons;
For improvements 8364,079,52
" the expenses of Gov-
ernment 184,530,60
Mi-cellaneou- t.xpeiidi.
tures 26,871,79
Militia expenses '2:.-,,r ;
Pensions I.1,39,b0i
Cash paid to Pennsylva-
r.i.a Claia.ut- 5,779,49
building the I'ernitentiar.i
ic.r 'Pitti lbur i ,7,438,20
Expenditures consequent
t.i .lte late war with lG. B. 2,346,84
te tate. Capi-,l 705,77

S 63S,188,99
To uliirh add the balance
nuo in the Trreasivy 92,019,81

Amount S S' .211iS,'-JI
The lender will ob.sn'rv, by the i-
bove statement, tiat G.niernin-ent bi -
*rowed S100,f00l fi nn tle Philadelphia
Bank la-t year, and that the balance
,,ow in tile Tr.ieurv, amounts to
'.i2,01:i',9 ; it rnay ie remembered
that in a statement I gave )..u lait
year,, there was upwards of one mll-
lion of dollars then reman.iinl unpaid
of tihe in'ieiis appropriated by la:,;
since which coni.ilenitrle sums. Ihai
beJ,'i p.1l towards those appropria-
tions, and there now remains unpaid
of the monies li,..-tl)fi)ie al-ip I) riuat-'i:
by law 8846,039,48.
(-"*,i Ni if. %1 i.i.
gCrl: t is with pleasure we aniiRin.--.
to the Public, the completion ol KNGc's
1 ni t'l-. plvI Ilet, ,,al:inimoit county, on the road
leading from TI--ll'-.-;r. Tlhe plan of
this br il.i.e is entiretih new, being dif-
ferent from all other bridges in the U.
St.ites. and no doubt dil'erent from
,lnyntlier i'n the world. Mr. BI~]it,
til Lihi e n toli aili' b1 1.1 r.of this bridge
allows that there is more economy in
the alan and cot+r'rot', o.f it, than
any othrr eve! bil;lt ., him.
,. .o .


YELLOW S'I'.iNL: Ii"'~lf DITI,'.
Ea-ranct of a letter dated ,Martin Can-
lnmreit, 380 milas up the .TMissouri
ri-rr. 2d .Xov. ibi-a. from anoffi-
cer of the fellow Stone rii..,r xp.rpIi-
tirn, to a gniitl,'tnai in St. I.ers-.
"After a '\ry I'ti-lin- and ardu-
ous march of nearly sixty days, we ar-
rived at this place a few days ago, and
took up our winter quarters on an isl-
and, called Isle de Vaches," or Cow
Island; and immediately commenced
building our fort, which is progressing
rapidly; I think it the best situation
we could find between this and the
mouth of the'river.
"We have passed throuiC, a coiiintry
which is not surpassed in fIrtilitv of
soil, and water courses by any in the
world. Our boatsi hae been propelled
thlis Iar, excepting a little interm'-
li.ite sailing,) biv tlhe Cordel ; but ow-
in:- to the rapidity of the current, and
thi ninnerjti, satinbars, sawyers, plan-
tp'rs and ripples, we were not enabled
t., make inoie than 9 inilrs pfpr lday Ii
in a%,orage. lIt is a source of much as-
tonishmnent to me, that we have not
met with some serious accident; but
,n thIi co ftrtry we have experienced
none of any implirtrince. Our ftIrce-
consists of abiit 34.' n li i, iilllill.
officers. Col. Chambers ha iii, been
ordered to take command tf lithe 9th
military tlep:artmeifi, this command
devolved (in Capt. Martin, who I
lliink well qualified to conduct an ex-
pedition ,t'this kind. A.s soon as flier
ice breaks in the spring, it. it e.pecte d
that we %ill aglii rei-Lire. our slow ,&
arduous ma~ ch for our destination, th,-
imouth of the 'Yello Stun: river. It
i-, however, my opinion, we will not
reach it with our present force and
the unfavourable prospects attending
it. At least one third of the men's
term of enlistment m ill expire bc-fll; r
the march can possibly be performeil;
and the remainder are of such a de-
scription as will never answer the pur-
pose. I expect in the spring when
the grass attains the height sufficient
for their protection, the Indians will be-
gin to askus where we are aoing, and
our business: for you may rest as-
sured, they will never fold their arms
and tamely subtiit to our sending, an
armed force at a point so far in the
heart of their country, when they are
backed and constantly urged on by
the British fur enmpanie:, on tie As-
synaboin and Red rivers. We appre-
lihi-nj minore danger from the Sioux and


HoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
On Mi.riJ.i:, 1 i..la), arid W' r.e- i.'da fi-
t\ i-hree Pettionmr: ,er prescntcd. Among
nti.m \,ere tlheAo 111g :-
Mr. M'Kean-For a new county
out of Lancaster, Chester, and Berks.
Mr. Ray-To annul the I larters .lU
the banks of 1814, and o ra the bank
of the United States, and aii.ifes.
Mr, Mosher-Vromil Leacock and
Earl ti.wn-hlips, Lancaster county.
auriiint being c included in the pro:li..
ill new county.
Mr. Parke-Sad-hbur- t;n nllhirp,
Lancaster county, to chalne the place
of holding elections
MI. Patters on--.iabur ti', nslrp.
Lancaster county, against altering the
place of holding eleittin.-.
Mr. Bownman--Ale:..ir.ier Patter-
son, rf Northlinmptr., i~':i i, niat officer
of the revolution, Ifo reliLf il C:Ie of
a tract ol land lilihl by him in Luzerne
county; and for ..onipr- ipeniu,ai fior his
services during the ruo.ilutiun. Comn-
iiittee oun clainii ,
Mr, M.arks--Guardlian of tfie chil-
dren of George litiinan, for ;Liithliii
ty to sell real eirate ini Chlestir coun-
ty. T':. M.:rk., Reed, _hbi~i 1;,...
Mi. S,,iiler-A-.',iidust a ii.ion of
Phils !>, li i.ait cor un iv.
hMr. \+ ith,,rn,,-.- '-'he G,.tiv-iiar &
THagrs t',ii l turnpike ciuiIa nvy,l ir. iid.
Committee on roads, &c.
Mr. Souder--Inhabitants of Puiia-
delphii., for a la;w 1 prevent the in-
S-:,, '- of runaway negroes.
Mr. Enlen-Reported a bill, to vest
in trustees the estates of habitual
drunkards, for 11th use of the ir fami-
lies.
A bill has passed the House of Repre-
sentatives, appropriating 120,000 for a
State Capitol, Ayes 60-Noes. 32:
A proposition is before the House t6
:.'mpcl creditors to. take lands :t at 1,r.-
tion, in payment for debts.
I. M. CIArIS, is unanimously re'elected
State Treasurer.
The .1;I ,.'. %, ith .tl .ner's Bank at
Lancaster is adjusted, and the Bank goes on
as usuaL


MARRIED.--On Thursday, the
14th, by ih.? INl.-. Jethro Johnson; Mr.
ALTr i.nt i A,'rriis.I ,, of Lon,!,.n-
grove, C'lt t' county, Pa. to Miss
HANNAH B. CHAMBERS, daughter of*
Benjamin Ci.imbei ,. Esq. of Newcas-
'le county, '..I.
Si' Thtursday last, by the Rev. MrA.
Latta; Mr. John Radcliff to Miss Su-
san Johnson, both of Chester county.
SOn the 24th ult. at M.i.rus li',.,l.'
I)y tlie R:v. Samuel Inll.l, l..n;i-
M'Ilva3nu to Rebecca Lli. d, bith io
I. county.
By the same on the 7th of this inst'
at Daniel Carter's near Old 'hl-.tiei.
Mr. John lIc.,vd of Marcus Hook, i.
Miss Ann C'niter of the former place.

TO BE SOLD-AT PutIV'T SALE.
A CERTAIN PLANTAIION. Iit illif.i ii I
CIN Iit.NDREDTWEN V.I I Ir I.. r,.
Orf p.- t land, I. ifi in Iitlil.,iiii,, r...s.,.
ship, one mile inI I .-'- I or, I', t-'r,
one and half from Fry's Forge, eight fronih
Susquehannah bridge at IRack Iun, andt six
from C('T. .i i ..;nii b.ri. !e, and near to sever
-.,1 pl.,er',,! u lIc ll o. ,h;|'. : aiJ.iI.Ni^ l.in'.
:.t '.-ie 'e I i. 'l n .1..,I .i, n i w :i Ii the one
side, and bounded on the other by the Oc-
toraro, on which stream the water may be
taken out on said land, with as good fall as
any seat on it, for anv kind of water works.
I i I.1, ,7 .I t t -l, i.t rate, and under a
good -.r' ,t' I ll lT. '.It l is to ft''n: i.-, t., -
vet r,ii i I. ,P :, ir. itutral It t.,,,lh 'l I .-
said d lies well to the s t, I cill pr..-
portioned for timber, and has thereon a
comfortable two story log house, a kitchen,
Stone milk house over :il ,.:. In.r t : i. ;.
InId : large log barn, ell n1 c.tlic, t'..j.,rl-
ed,,with i...--. 1 I',1lh n..rlc-r it -hkev '-c ir.
apple (tri ,.1 ,I I :.,d''l 111.11r. The subscri-
1,jr .ill sell on the most reasonable terms,
,i.d g.i, immediate possession with an in-
-lisputable title. JESSE REYNOLDS.
i t ni'. 2 17. 777

To be sold at-PUBLIC SALE,
On the first Tiueiddy in march next,
rhat well known riit-lihnran:-r andthree
acres of land, situate on the Philadel-
phliaa nd Lancaster turnpike ri.tl near
the 38 mile stone. The water having
39 feet fall, is allowed by good judges
to be sufficient to force a merchant
mill 'itrhiout eea.inc--nais tusn strnep
dwelling houses, anrl bai n, u ith other
stone buildings, and a good orchard, 2
otherlots, one of timber; a small part
of the money will be required, the re-
mainder, at present view, may remain
some time, being well secured. Sale
to commence at, 10 o'clock, when the
conditions will be made known by the
subscriber, living on the premises.
GEORGE OGELSBY.
January R9, 18'19 77ts.


1


NOTiC'
The subscriber hLating, by Deed of
trust, assigned all hi -prope~tv, real
personal, and nixed, unto James
gI Sparran, Gardner Furnis, anid J'ese
G('s. -, to dipope il tlie amne flr the
uise ol'l is Cieditrs : lie hereby re-
quests all those concerned to make
Cittitleiiint with the above-named As-
slngne --.
TIIOM.\AS H PTL.\N.
Littlebii;iar., 1st mo. (Jan.)4'.
Further J.otice
We, the .iubcribi., ,. .eSii;.n i~ of
Thi.i.ia Ilii larit, a.ri-e:iUl.iv Y the xa-
bIe notice,oiluei- all hik Ciedit.,rs
1I pi e.-eNit tiieir accouint-, sullici ntly
iiitheti.I tii ,I1., ,In or bell.re 6th day,
!he 5hl 'f thle d mo. iFtb),' 1819;
oII \ihkhidayv eL- 1 II attend at .5JIUne
'ci.rila '. etrein, in D)umore oimt'in-
-lip,, 1i n I i. ri. until ; r. M%. All
those indebted to him are al;o reTliez-
ted to attend, and make settlement on
-;iid d .
SJAM. *.M'rP.\AHITAN,
C G\RINERP FI HNISS,
JESSE GREGG.
1-mo. (Jan.) 20 77
\VA-, LU l,'.
(O t Ie 'i Al illt. on tile rJad frobn
John Mills near Laurel lr,,rce, to
Win. Guthll:iei '-, or from i.ltence to
John [F .ilhei'a ti, r Do., tinstmnu on;
iinuber of Dr Clak-, k itJibl and .mrn-
nient.tr ort th< e lh '- lh to ihe ll.-
'],- \Vliie n t.r a ,ll tiirn I \w saiic
to Thomas o.,den ti \W\'i tl'r-ster. t,,
Win. Giuther eot'r t .l.:]m Fi-Ie, hj]*
be rewarded lf.r their trr, bl '. As it
,i',.-, k the set, it is of vLLt-Uidcrabl-
los- t) the subo- 'rlTc r.ir. .
-.LA. F.L F'UIIF.'.
Jan. 20 77
To, be sold at PI)'nuc SA! ..
Of, .ii u ; ., i'v, ii, th of February
next, on the premises,
A PLANTATION,
in Newlin t iii.lip, Clih...,-r county,.-
,-r t, n lubt i -'' .',c, ,.. O t tlie ph .,t
,e- ar *' iwn 0tory i,,ne 1.,,inr. 4'; ly
.20 feet, ,i.11 f;i dli d a well of 1:,i.d
water at the door. A new fratne
barn, '9 1' by .' feet, f. I.C t. r with a,
new wagv:on house, and in house.
The plaiitation is .i;li,,,l inti eight
fields, six of xhliih) have water in
them.-25 acres of which is good
wood land, the rest in an improved
4,it' of '.,It ''_in, having been all
u ell litn -'ld. The .';.i lI.,ii adjoitns
lands of Robert Wilson, Ilannium
Baldwin, Jno. 'Vooley aind- others.
There is an orchlrd on the promises,
and the fence -f i,;.. .. talo to con-
i,'rnre at 1 ('I I.,'1 k *in i,,d d. wheit
attendance wili be given arid con-
ditions made known by the subscriber.
'WMi. COMrMONs.
Jan. 20 77 4t


'The subscriber being about to die-
cline the store I.*:r,- businesss, wish-
es to d;-!n, l f his share amountingg
t, r..,. l,.,il1 .If' te ( i,,i: ,f ia: it ,dri
\'a.-nrin;, v. iicI- may behad on rea-
sonable terms, by applyiv r to
JOEL C. BAILEY.
N.B A dwelling h,.ii'.e ..'i.(i to
ti"e store house may :lsi be l,I I
C .. I;,
Westchester, Jan. S0 77
TO LET.
Two or ilr:e houses at 11.0 A,,I|l-
phi C.ti.-.n w.ur! -, (near V .'..t.hl,--
ter,) to those who can furnish from n5
to 4 or more children, tQ work in the
factory, where good wages will be i;-
ven for. thri',s who can come well r-
Sirn,.nJd'i r for obedience and indls-
try, a 0 cll as their parents ith sob-I
riety and morality. Apply to the sub-
scriber at the works.
AQUILA NEEEKER,
Jan'y 20. 77T
Ft. ".ALE.-A general assortment
of Cotton yarn, and domestic muslins
of the first qutility, wholesale and re.
tail-low for cash. A. N.
NOTICE.
To all persons indebted to the es-
tate of Thomas Thirltbu i late of
the tn"ri-li;p> of W'Varbr.iilliil, dec.
are liheliby jci est-d to make imme-
diate p.VInent : and 1II,,I lI.iv',,ai just
claims against said.estate to present
them for settlement.
TOWNSEND LAMBORN,
Executor.
N. B. A small farm of 35 acres be-
longing to said estate, for rent or let
to the shares, apply to the Ex'r.
TAil:?iN TrO t.,Fr.
The subscriber will let his tavern in
the village of Oxford, for one or more
years, the building is a large brick
house, with stables and sheds suff-
cient ;, from 5 to 20 acres of land may
be had titli the farm. Possession'
will be giverin the first of April next.
N. B. .' -mith shop may be had
with the above property if wanted.
TI:,;OrIY KIRK.
Qxford, Jan. 20 77, 4t











I'e Pa'rterre.



.L'.'TL T~ll f'~I'Iii ITFrvRu.

'Vh;le fI. It i. li;T'Lt 'of Inorni g'envelopje
E ire tills,113)f jrj h:- be

Ir tile liuijir'.3 ",u1 horn riwait tiq e
echoes around.
O'er, the hi-l.a-I 4ru -tern -wipiter his mantle
And I'-.rifli-.e.l Jut-rei f- (,rw app-ar;,
T ile o-Ic ILL the lljn')re 't r .din-mr i. I brh't,
A 1-i his -pre ld b lr A11c. It
twhlic rzamr
I s-c fu,:o the ctzim:-'y tile blue smoke
~iicttrl
it. lon, ;r withy crliLrnim, a.I1ing on ilhigh
Ft-.in il ePw COt' i ')'Ai Cicntlio ,,
pCnd, (m3c
That reolecu the mild 1li-itre ca rci n oi, tile
In 0he cast &trtak of lrhtI f't-li the MunI


E ise rnes,-n r hisglor:,.sr I;., FOR THE VILLAGE tlr OR D.
E I.- Ihi- t -Int O Ili s j;toe ghor ; .--51l. 1!
E e l. bein di rimik, n. d. p..ui'l tn ,.n Interestin ',l .tir;pti. .--.I tile l.sti'--i
i,;gil t'i g lIcr III,' [Ilr '.I II, 1 I, I -.1 V I., I l..hli.he]r., i.ri n C ,;, nrm .a E .i i, .
e iheii all rtinijre: rcprpow-.-l, wri.tl- in i i'r:e n L-.i \ a L i,- it.. .-r friend,
Afew tr. inkling stars are still seen in the ON Saturday we received invita-
wA e, i,.lihng i.., li-ni, from Ilr. -------and the ii,-
W~1ic-le ii- v ;i.1 thl. ir; ,i e.i. li. I',, teresting sisters,--- and--- ,to
,A n I rising m.ii,-ii. r., Ur r,1r
AM t ii m-lahi, with rpur-. titc I, ri.t oi attend their festival on Christmas E\e;
.ie. IIe U\c.l iiii edl at ,ix and ic.-,Iuesti e
How the Ind.caipe' n- V smlLk, while hi, o punctual-It .was held in tite
beams far and wide [of air: large prayer hall, which was well
Diiris- lplit aiMrl I;fli though the i. r uii, lihilted, rand f.'-cifullv hung round
Thro,.ughii .i s-'tai,' .paciu.. buiii.,d'l;in tie r-- with eve, '-r.nr, -Thcr l e mne end of !ien
fi-ior t ride, (silot. m .. .
All al' h; bounded munificence room .- .a:,:ncced by a white curtain
I'll r ..-n- to my c..t, an- .l t i .nt l tla.l. -d- ed i itlh reen ; it \ as enclosed in
b,,d ,[ c ., th. l o fi in it a crescent, nr.-irli- t.o 0 !.
Tno Iii .. who to aUl lns s') Li.,iii. ,i c ilini le ~, in', thle space ojf labuj t 1.ll I
'IVo will uveir us to.worth nd ti, ,.-'.tr a a yard in width reaching round lthi
frientll, [leatven. half circle; above wtliiie nl.,-li, wa s
And -,at~ rarounI lhn ie t i.'..:.-,, 3;i df raT I i i fe u r,. ; !ii tuLe .-...
:" rI I" atUim '.''vt" w ,a' ril !itn or drawn in
StIRF.DS AND PATCHES. letter., oul III-.-I-lhmv t I ,- curiai:l,
'rr' rP r, r in ruin i r' d uihi y -i ,. .,iiaC:i,.i i l.'ll 'i> W as8 .-ll ,
The chlior ofl tie Neir.- n i'- r h it; t o were .
t a,- ,, llT a 1 ,i l, I n 1 ;. I r1,4 t ; tw o l iW e req, ,. -
ant-.-, l:,,f it croiglh s U ,1 'ia,-.fr about the 'it -,ii wa" ,i f il a-gain.s the
i large ii; a pei,',n's tlitrrl'l," which she wall, for itSe 1ir 'vi'ows, &c. i
pri',L oly ,i.ilt.. r i;i. drinkii.g. cr rt -I, the rC-O:T!s v:erfe la"ed '.
.-irtir u. r *rn. rir n. 1. r tlne s .i and as so, i iA s in i
;ir'e I;s- I' .-ir, i.Iich .II i nmen say, others had takcU i i
-4 s fi f fall a P c-k o, f i '., ,', i e wth,i i
T l,i%, r.,, ght .o',l Cih'i,,is ,I I11 I ,h ie f, h, .
-,ame at Ity'n. a Ps- k .. i -.., by' tl,. l i, les-he .--. -
i 5 i 'in. i'* l.: fIlt if--'l 'iib.1r. pii. i cI :i tre of thfe o-f : -
T- ,11,I, .ri,'l.l,.-. i,; .. ri ...f,' i,,-. n li,:n all had tJl.eh thl. :, .!< ';
Tli.i, i it i -..- it L. ..ii, i ,. :- n i..., I. the tea ch., r -. p, 1 .,i ,0 a i i '
A' h h h-rc i._ is-- I. .:t .1 ,.. which three ofthe ynu:ng ladies joi: '
G..ATTESS OF rmINr. BettD ,. l, "i ,ir a mor-- ,..' il v io-
Tu-'i.:- ".:'lnr..- I il ;i (Ii be main- i
i, ( I. n ,, ,..; ied ir-lt i ri tt, I have -.'1l .1..1 I;na,'-,.
When this was concluded the curtain
A nai.; .oI -TOm. ls has re irl .:l,.fl ff s toons, inmedliate-
iii ,-in- f. rli', is ,_ -.ni r-.i' ly below tilr s-pare' I endeavoured to
I'li. ... .": ll I'.i ..i- 'l1,., I ..i...I p. describe to .11, and we saw what ap-
tie i, i. .-, aiui ,-n ', i wI :. n.. t. peered a sort ot bower of e I-I,.- ,I' 1.
.......i ... : i... in stippo rted by five pillars, to appear-
,:-O- if I a I e II IIIi : n ble, I J I s1CI e.v l %%I
n. *'. ii i .-ri .1 .i ",,r tiIte come d i with greens; on each side of ithe'
ir- t, ii, -. ii:..... .re bowcervwas a large transparent picture;
S" ,.,' r i ,' :,c 'r n-:'titn', our SS. iiur lying in
Columbia's -':.r-, ,,r ,,i 1 ii 'L-,,iiirI toil, the im.'ini..r, .'iary leaning over him,
Your nation's glory is a celt i-- I ... and the shepherds who were sent to,
..' -. .. hipn !iiri, krieline around him-
In.l..:' a.d i; I kuitI. tlhIC l I T II 11 *d i artl .
Li, FhI- tO r." e n:lr repre'einte'd the plains I
A A. ,n oti.i., Bethlehem, where the angel of the
ii .rn.-." ii .-I ,. and ne ik .il bare, Lord appeared to the shepherds who
r .i,-,n..' n-...r Quaker i s s aitclidl their flocks by night. A1n.,
And feelng much disposed to joke, lo ; the angel of the Lord came upon
I,,! r.l .:.. '"' ,.. ,, them, and the glory of the Lord shone
-. i 1,i- n, U) r round nribtt thsr';;, antd they were sore
I!:. ,ke, iiri,, ,n 1 r i.d rh],o.k ,e.., 't afraid; awl thle ani l said unto tl,ei,
I.. i r:is to:'llll i. i-i' 'i : t toiji
-i. ir. iiii, clil, e Il n, sui n ink: fear not, for behold I bringyou good
ihfln' : i.' pi..sc -. khi a l.i. tidings cfereat joy, lhic-h is all be to
I iCL e'rf.ill, .. n i im a.ill] p, l.-[.' ; hr unrito y i, i blrn tl.i ,
And ;,. ., .,- : ". rc / I.-, day il the city of Dftiii, a Saviour
ron TIIF. RI iiC wltri is Christthe Lord." The speak-
THiE ANA.Lr:CTIC IAGAZINE. 1 ing began v. th one tf tie lt;tl, chil-
THE t.1i- i ulA work as l ,lren '-tng up to tie p.iriinir, and re- t
TI.e dh:.r3: r t ,,' l work has lately "-P- -
: 'a',-tdr6ni 'Ii-esit e,, p cIna.attln. TI.e Iliand .
:,,..d. :,~ iIi n.r,,,-k.d with no |nconsi-
id. '.ie i-elnt,' fiI nat nn l pride. If n,-. fi-.tringi of ur :-'aviiour -? re the. conr-
i.-.l-.d hb =-.i t. 'ic u I th l.-: ,Ct r i ...i tins.l t ued in a LindI o'f hli.lot ,ue, lib the
c I,,bih- i ,.IrC i ,an .it iir,'[e ; .l ; I i lie .11 '- children, interspersiled illi apprl.pri-.
L,::.i U.lichi !I..r 1 I,,h appeared in it, ate p-.lh ic and hynins.- Alto-,,ther, i
v ,. d % ll .1,) I.'.: j,t i o .J L F I rs. S v r i i i i ,
S,1.r S r Ii r i n..t .,,1 i-r iC r. '., the it was l. I r itn beyond dl'- ripliiii,
p.I.it," to kL-I, liAmt .ichI arrii-mL.,iIsh.ic i and they did not appear so much to j
',i;, 'c-en ,i. ide, a., '1 i c. i.ure the support be repeating what they had I'.erned,
f trili chIra-:L-.r lT e sui1ie.-'iiit.,-ii.(iae and as to be ncia~-n; e.l in an iiter'tuiri- con-
ril ic ni-tC r t't as-nl toa versatio n. This tnanic-r of" .:iiil-
r 'n nl 01 t'lnrr' arid genilus-a gentleman of
1- i .31 eduilai''in and refined literary taste, orating the birth of our Saviour, ap-
whose volunteer efforts lie conlrilbut.d pears to me to be much better adapt- I
ii.-lrch, herto.r. -,r.':. t, t..i i ite.rc.li E. it, c,- ed to the comprehension of childri en,
luimns h- s.i r r th .I Hickl sprtaki than any other I have known; it must
with the coi ,eh cLs- Oit iliiihi'itit knii.'., ledge, J : *
and til-ls i c-i',..licbeor-st aprd' a nd plir.l1:aL' a Strong impression on then, t
sure. in ihi'd.-., ..'i .u -t ..f pl.lginp I, re- and what they have' learned, in tis I
sp'..ii.-Ibin i'r Ithe iLuire ctit i-,:i.r: I of thC way, I ;miln certain lihey can npe-r f-r- I
'..rik I' ii.e public apprc'ir- itt in i i get- or ask as I lia .e hleanl chiildh r i
,.ii tilr r, "- m4 w p e Cl.ri.tma-s kept ?" Th 1'II- I
ai-Il ,i s- .!" !',- t i ,id -siht tlie t\l'id icr e 'A ;i a i s ., ... "
i ,ioal fn-eit.g ,hlitch 1st regard it with aures in Ihei p ai til "I. ere. lar- lif e, t
Favorable eye, and reward it with a liberal and the colors very bri-_-t ; and, :at ithe t
'hin-, %then brought fully and fairly to its distance we sar, tlhe ellct :wat very I
nr e. it line. 'Thie 'isitrs in their clo-'e cap)' ,:
'*"" aand lhood.:il cloak-,looked l ike statue .
FOI THE REC "R VYet ;nille f ithemn breathed Iery sw\eet d
NOTES BY THE R EFLECTrOR. oid cs." r br d
S- ILit'LIIt JIors .:,. ?f BrLACK TCNr ---..
His C',nmjniin.iries ire the most correct OR TE Vi.LAGF. sECOtRD.
arn- b.-a.,d ,ii ii th.i ever t xi THE ES.AY i ST.-No. IIL co
ed of any human science; b.ut tihoN aMic H A.- o. L
wiln. .t', .nn a lav r, i.n .1 h ,,n. r-i, Say not cy there i four nie th '
- n-i' torlI, how CCIliV;ji. rl-l ', and then (.. ,lh the harvest. Behold
gantly s8i)ver it may be delineated, will I uII; vru. lift up \-ur eyeT -n:] e
mIl c a--e .1, i3r..h.r
100ooon the flicld, for tiley are wllitr ;-
jn-observatioe fromf tie same source upon already to hir' i-it." .d
Loan COKE. .
"It may truly be asserted of him, as 'I i the alleorial lin
QO.TIT ,. t 4 r. -, ,tI ,, '.r, at a tine whrt\ mankind, on tihe win ,
tionI f hisworks: ... : t.-. of expectation, were l,.-kin:, earne-i-
:.-- !.,::, ... ut i ,,,'t t- lly for an event which was to change fi
till',ii>l, i't ha, :l'ri in-,,iii' I.-ml n r'. t t hole m oral world.i-- tut their o
wild,-ancdthat, he I,, ,,in. li n i .\ t -a i '. l.
tase, by hI; v.anit; of iliinluing rn imi"pru ie views was dtlitant-they believed that a
tem. the ha-rest as not yet arrived, and ti


1. f, A .I'fJ '.r ,,- f", t". :., .
Althoiuplh lie ,itr rf fr,a wiich "the an.
Ci"irs ito called 'Iri.:u t,,'i, and var .dn-i-
,,a,, be Ian xcpresiw,r, '.inch 1i., 4 lnal,;t Ilas
,'-:iler-d f'.miliar tl.- yet, pili-iars, ojn
itrit er 1-I tcumI ir. mit '"iA bte nrit proper,
.3: %,ell i j .,r: I .1 E W' tl, 'I, s II-l!th e in it i
;l tI 'r.. ':, ,:.' arcii t. It. i';l nli a lo l' .
.-jn, I r;.-l ca r ru- er be at '.ai'llnce .n il 'ir t
certain injury to -nr.' sif l lrin, nsj. ir. : .-,i.
that" not a g'ist sf' I\ n-\I blr.mi rcar r ih -ih
.-flflhird; l i:.h'- srrs, llin.ut tllt_ kr, '., .I ,lge
ril irn tr.. i -i'.. a r, ireit dinrg Iard -,:,
lilt tilil '.-I-O Irch I I'n,- .:.-s ;i -iir, ti and _ub.
liiity by a tech :.al :'AI'Irrarl'.nr it iinq ,,c
may, in some n iinrices, b', i" r e' eri ir-'-"
profintir.' aril In\.', l[iichi ; mer'l, .
prr cti 1l S n-..-c, cannot use terms too pop-
ular:tand perspicuous."
Co.inrc..rti .I t.tr e Religion and Lan persas6
mified.
Of Law, no less can he ackiawledged
than that her seat is the bosom of Gon, and
hervoice the r lin r.rr,% sif ilic \.,,l .I aill
things in Il-.rT r r-Il ',i e th ,1.) lei lhai-..
ii-i, tlie i iy least as feeling I.-r c','-, anl,
lie gi -iai' t, as not esxt pt from her iow-
er.-(I, .i r, E-cc. Potl.)


they wcre conttentedly passing their
time in a \uir, ho.pe' that the glorious
rlhilleniun& and reign ol the Messiah
i iould of itself at mlice, make it, ap-
peararice, aid iiinr be sii.ldenlv con-
icrted Iroum a curruipt, infi iii creature,
toa perlict tran iscndli:nt bein--a fit
inliabitant fur the neri Jeriusalemin.
MaY et not at the present day, ithl-
out sactiilee, m.ake the isante applica-
tion to mankind, \ ith rc.pect to aliotlh-
rr subject, iecurind to none in imp.or-
lance, save that to which thle abo\e
text v.re-applied r S.\L i;'i, that
." Bro.,lice I1l.it -.t blot"
on humanity, still exists in lOe mnt
horrid fjn' I iln uur southiCiln .tait:<-
"All the .tenes which (.C'I \Linso ha11.
portrayed, aie i\,ilnelssl ill tthi" ilr,''
,,ild a respelta1ble illabitant .,l lialt-
'iore, toi a friend niiii mnediindig tie
list Autumn-*"a band of monsters
infest our streets, and even at noon-
day, violate in the most slainu.le--
manner, the ties of nature annd luinaiii-
ty-the cries of distress almost (ii tin-
ually ial1utI our ars-tihe tears ot
unfortunate: 'ialit -,, :iniiin t tiittiiuJ !-
ly ask us fir- that tji.tec ii)nl w' lnI h ti,.,
,frnri, it ;s nut ini iiir p..v-wer to bestow !
wVihil ot i .tr .i.it i; d ily pritirlaniel by
itewing human beings cl..inned iii
driveii like bi:a'ts, to hipehl&:s bon-

it is true we Pennsylvanians are:
not witnesses of such heart reii-lmg
s O, thiall., to our b'-li ri tlentt.i ,-
i,. !, e, and ithe anc i t \om rlii'
W\ho ilii.si'' -i-.'d i-itlsrlT in .the cause
ofl tire iiijuir.d .11:.lnii SI ,nr law .1i-i
'..rl thl,-i an1 a- lumn h1,1 .liiCh hitld
i I. i, r in, rln i| tpi:.r,.-,i sBills o!
al!e" are not allowed to interpose be-
,,c .,. ii,.l : LJdi,.ipe,1 ii iito aun:l lii
i- t -lUtie \i -nre that r.e arl- .\-
irtiug our utmost abilities to stay, and
-.t i l. ii .. cn.-n tit'he i ri, ..i.lful pl.lr i ue
, 'i,;. 11 ; -' ),1. i upon the Milais of Ol ,
f. liaw creatures, in no distant part of
t'Ie U ion ; or are we not practically
.:.ie .' yet four n 'I .-, ', i.
-, si'. I- harvest;" WVhst, did
a : t u ii p ovur eyes and look on
'.L, f''ik, ire'y are" indeed ille ;il-

-r' ,:i we boast of humanity.
.: ,*- ww (,'i, ;' il nim re irll prilpnt -
-'; .. i it \ i lill. ? \'- i >t' i .i;. ll-
ia aili. r' tic address in a
i:8'..: er; or perhaps wrest a solita-
r; dcim from the 'ni.iu-ivr about to
.rohv e him,-But is this all in t.'"
;i-ner? Did CLAnKSO find these alone
Ti:n'rl al in ii'di,; in- the glorious i.-l1
, i ullich ihe' ainiedl ? No T'cti, -ir' in-
,.ile good b,.L;niirjili but ,ll. l i nii-l
must go li.IInd ri ,.,ni, or our hope ni
tuccc-si \Vill prove as (1 'l,-ri. .i s t.
expect a crop of whieat from merely
plowing the land--Let us arouse from
our torpor !-Let us manifest our ferel-
ings by energetic btit rei'l '-tilal peti-
tions to Congress-Let us conjure
Ili'in by all :lIf lp iiipli-.. both of 1110o-
ral .in plhitit.l t-,'lii' too spTii'h lIi'
li-.:r.:-fil haI li ha e friitn the altar if
lil'. -- i t u-I.-t u .k ih.it Itii District of
t'.luti.iai: at lea rl .aiy I -' free,; in:ld i.
more, as now, be both the temple and
the grave of freedom.
If ny ini.nirmaticn is correct, Penn-
- Ivan;-,i hait ii'\, r s nt a iinglI F'Pti-
tion to CI.tigrr.-si on the subject.....If-t.i
lII.l, she ha"- Inr,g since ceased to pros-
eute !icer lillnn-a,- ltay she nriw ri-ue
in her silfenith, anid ilith Union for
her banner, once more bury the Calu-
ieit of ipea:e---itilare perpett:il Irit-
tilityv tuilt s niii nir.tLr of oppre,.-i.r,,
nor acain shi-ath th' sword till I.-.
cre-t is laid lI'%, and hlii-. .tarie cat-
te ed to the fuur% \irid. ofic heaven.
Bv l.tec niacouint frilrn Washiniito'n,
t appear' that a petition has been pre-
-enteid .-,ib acing a pait of flie s111-
ect. \'V(iiol it riot he proper thi:it I<
lCio present otihein, even though tlih
ilhul lnott be ai ted upin uIntil iinotl.
er Ae..4o(] ? B -:iuri;n- iiniu-u t ,-ini ln,
be made, and we ought to il'h.l thi.-t it
has been deferred -,i 1l'n-. If we can
i.r,,ilce a CamAntson If'ilim our pl ate
circles, we shall, I ti u-t, linl .1 GCn.\.-
vILLEor a WILBERFORCE at our pulb-
i, t.-.tii, ---Biut if. we sihill ncoi nteI
,un -p -. titli sluipn ili2- that '" Ilire
S c' 1, i-ir I ioiutli;, :idl tlinLn comethl
ui ''- "-i ,'" niimay lilue on froui ,i Noi
t: yV r--titl-r tltious'i -dt-. and t-'i.u ot
h lin'.iil more of our fellow beings to
line bei:ut.ith tlie cruel yoke of unre-
s:,),ip.,1,-e il stl i\;t.i e, and at the ca-
It ice otfa mercenary tyrant, be degra-
lild, t,:irn from i the most tender con-
i;:' timitsi, natt.i-e'; sacred ties wanton-
i i1 ils tid, ab -ilted, in-tll.t.l and mittr-
iered, I iilst we c.d iiilv liinik on, with-
'ut making! onle enbhrt flr their delive-
ance. -
I conclude with recommending to
'eti'rv tell wiiherm o the cause, a con-
idemiasii,, um the 'expednct.Vy of iintni-
iatelv obtaining p,'iiithnr, circulating
nid ii'L lentili' then ti.' tlie p esent
e hsion ,four national I.eg_ l.iture, '
Whilst the groan of agony arises
-roii the duricn,:!n, whilst shri,'ks
f d,-pjir' and phrenTv rend hlie air,
nd tli bloodd .' Africa encrimsrI'.
iue ground-let not our exertions be


abated, til l e 'nha' rlEstcored to them t nrot to rercele ite real nri i r ..
.itLi indeleasible rights., and behold ithe coite.ts in lhich they were en:'.*
'liim inspiring the invigorating breath zed. On one occasion some fl (he ihl -
of fr'eedcim. hawk chiefs iobsred, that the %ar w: -s
one betten the Enilisih and Frenc'I .
yoa TrFv LLAOGE ECOUD, in hicdi HEv hall no >inteieit. Tie
I'NDIAN \VRONGS, l" Ii nier" said thtv, "can at any time
-. a.Ikp pPeace, bit oL' a M rs alr t.ay.s id
S. ii n thie dI-etru titln o one or tlie Ith'r
TlearYonnondioh, .-k.rreribheillrc, cher a-armlrucnt t,> ith.
'llt r'eat a numnl r o, : .rl.j.li do J .I t i -. r attach ent to t
,.l...,Ak tI l,:-t: Peace. I '- r-, u in l'.,l~i. p t', .ile d eo er their .piniton-i .
IIt ,-rMe C.I !lc !u',: nations, that our i' A- and they were r a-ri eL' illn e 1ery coniti -t
i,.i-l Il i.Ai -' t..i lhC" C lui.net ort P i- LiDett eli th tuoc lonrie j. At one tlliin
.,n.lkr its len,,e:. urd l,1 icllnl qutL l -.n ;i h y :ca ri.,l fr. and the tiomahaiih k I
; .t. t.l. l d he ei,"v all% %1 sol iMonti eal aid wer.
I- :-'lir ,t -I.,ll C;I .r : ji.,.li ..Ir .pl]-,i: .i in eter ca e sullei er.s, nd aii.r; n t the
itia,..k i.e c.-u; r.i I .,I, J Lt r I t i .,,l* i i lnYi v hi. Jgi 'en ito l I .11 ..r," Frlenci h.
r,-, .,/ -.'C..'.. .. I /- 1: C'r ihe. ,onqiest ofCan.da by the Eng-
Thel Freicih ..-iruildr in Canada in I,, in 1 .9, as th.i i 11.i. blowv to
Ii-." ; siin .iti.:r Ihi-: >:hale w.lhi i Ihe influence aind l prlwrity of the
!iaie mentioned. tr i..k I.Iie Ii di Il.i- f ',e i.iti, s. 'l lh v i i rer it i.i longer
acter -lf thie Fi N.n.aN,, As t' i, itie bl, ii,..r ..ainst a;' piwerlul foe, andd
had s ttied ni til I iii. I i'-theAdiron- l,..ir i iiie d-.Iip v.te d-_reJ.rded
dacl.s or Ai. ion u.linii itin y t'i. liit. it T 'eir rii.t- ir I .i i hl a l iitiiiiishel i
pl uiceit t (o-i cII rI1. Th ied iii.tip oi l t l,'r Inllllt~ r their ,.ative Lil'ririnae'
ili. ti Il by asi-,t.il ..n tli in Ih'lti- ni ,piriit is 1 i n l jlli measure tbein
it a. ainii t lil .e F t.. ir n..n' -, illte. a i they V -., r tr l bl.-er t ul(.ad a 5an
v ere t.i. -ii hlt l.' *-\p .e!'i, l -ic ie. n. ,.,, in\. i .. .>\, r i, lI.enam eA
lI' the le (r'n. tt the 1" I, l i stri- ,them in ui ll i i'- .:.- thlv % r,- ex-
11kil 41. I, .r int .i thl e i tul.i l i 'i he Al- p,,,to d to II ll lIi..e t ij'll itilor. anti al-
.enr.lUins i erei .-.. i .lirh e'fih ith i tl ruln i .,Ielo (. .,i l' I le I ,ul.er t ilbes
-u. ie--, tlhat they began to dupi -e had 1 ll. ,.r iutirad. The .ar tof
hliVir f iRiit .r Ci Ii'.'ini, .11i11 litiU becuame Ihe c lp br.ii-.'i l Il'I nliac as i ilhe lait
in tih- eiI, .I p, a yi io i.t.erl- .r adi ,,.e.it .iryud:, ,..i h ,;llah ,t Ip ,[e
,Ire-s of l.i thmes neini :. -.\- the F'renlich to cll \ 0 r 0 li%.'ir i,.. r.
had thuj. earl y ciinnidttcd l ii -... fiih.n'- The mi]d tilIt-, %ith h.l Iror from
.,-.:in-t te f i e N aOlti'ir, tihe latt'il ,e. e ru:ill.-- sli i iit h !i it ua- inar-
(.hatel lit.h m ir1h hNl ,- ri n .- ked : bu t i, hI,- :.11 to nMn 1 lit thley
Sl ,r iiitercepted their ti.-lli I 11.11 i1.' Ie lre thI dee ,is I, L ila'.iil r rl iarting
unI tr the pricLten t li. tll.:tihy -. pliedd % ( n itrit l iniu] .-, bi,,i iin v.ith
li,_ll einei \ii. nlli I'.. a lrin-. l ar.d h e,1 ,,i lr i 't i rlI iti;rei e'-l i and
ing at ti.e r itl i t' f t Iie F L. Cl, i I,,, .nt r n.ih i l .r d on by




anl a fei..lhainl f i le; t ) t,,1the 'rii.h. Tlint ;:- :,tne v.:-o
In 16cl. the .l",:hir ha..l;n.. ie >? e l :,, n .,, i i, .(i,r n,1 \.M r ih i .::i-lt ,.T,-or



tui oe a few Indian illidae, an d l tl. ,n. r of their people. ll
ilma"cre of somert old theF.rnm, h, Siri. e Iti,,t ',, 1 t.I ev ,ave i ,-i.:i i
Sf,-,c-, like th Roman .onatr. l ,li ,,
rather tian forsake il, 'ir i .,i es. Nt.i.- tb ]. [i, d .,- ,,tlw tihe tier, et tal


1 ,.1d. N, t long t after some rid i,,, ,,,i, ,ir L:k "* t| ipeo
in .t. n ,h a party of the French, t r ib ,-, tI,,,-|l i,, a lt.u at ,. -- .Iips
quarrelled with, and killed several of- d ipii .hn t a- ta,., ,, i -i
ih,..e. rThe Fie N.a ,,,n to shew thi i' ;|,- ,lk .tdt'. s i .- i,.r (],a
da-.pleasure ofthis breach ofpeac., :nr ,h',, k, .h .- ,] h, p,, t) h,-,; ,l ir
the captain ol tle ,:,,d n -t. ,o 'i ,.- t ,'r ,;.t t .i ,ur t .
Sties which I wi ith lrtlv ,,tl. r-i, to no,. 1 ha l :ud dln;,! :, ni,, n
real, to a kinpard 'h e ,,,, ir ,.a t'v,. the ,d-
n..r sized the captain, and al.,r,.--" h .1 i ,, l, ch
ti, in sight of his countrymen 'od. T, ah.sIc :i e,. di,,r -V_





rench, on m iei than one obr,:eac.i,,,,. ..'.: l | ,,| tI l ,|.t taihc ahe,. rt i f
triva ed and srp(1 a d Historl ri I, PP( o H i, ri'- mei f,
corded of Ind ian bl rl, .ot; ;,lo .r ,nn.. r i |t e it ,t "! ei l h. ave bIe.--
their captives, and vu. ,,isl 1 ,,.f ii- e t t I ,, a l ,
eitieg which will notr o..L aftl' ,,rt, a or l, i ,,| af.rt, n ,il tiyri i, in
ders by relating. llins a nh d d sir,, l-:l,'n "thelm,
In I ,-4, to ,l.-aI td..n byv the T h -e h tt!eMre o, ,rI .d f he ^ ,
i h, and for s .lon a i ,:t, ,.r- f u ., d to'
.-! ,nto a friends lp with the Five N.,- t i,, i'ta t tt I,,,, V t,t, ia, prth,
tions, "which has continued, says la t i ,,: i sthai v .ti l m nip ;t D
I'tat the f the iians wetbreach .p- e t tceh a hat
this dayt, (17 47) and History I be- ,-,n. I al. t --o cu men
liev e," a d d s h e c an n ot g iv e a n in -- Ir i n ".. t nro y ev er ,if
I.en c,: ofunifol.m st i(..eoha ,: or ( hrin : lin ll l ..V .
th, no kings, observing art -atn sitct- an to,,titeir,- n p,,I d.i t
ly and for so tonga time, as lti,-eb,a- ,o.aI.ad tat Ie Qhu!, pre tet
barianead f Is th rc ,l i l.l,, ,n'ts,. e." J r r n ,, i ant r.l r iL ,r.al
te'.-r a allI -i ,.-,i I I ""ti [II L ot ;'. a -I e ti I-m'.-. i' t., i pr i Ts-l e'-I
Ihpt ru fe 'f tii. I W i p,.l1Le was, int- ,,f ( t; ,, -r i tv r
tat te rights o thae ndians were at- n tel are ri








Juid troti only ivitit t iL it' aJfrir' ii k T'.rht iio, .,. ari r.it'~u i4, iar d -tho'
lentiltod and this anlost h olitarv rel s :i- i.- i-l l t i-I. athe


l e uof ju rti ebuttor th ir fears. 1 I, I ,n j I ,S i t' I r t r Ii- ,- i, t <;
F rench i.l 'ed into liem ,and lini iire noid t t li.:li ii g .ri. i i. -ll i r, f i ni- tr rer, 1i.
al,:tw smearked that rati.n. lThey h''or andtwelve n,;I .r, Piiiladet-
*iewed the prosperity -i.tth m ,nt w ithj ealo-Ti y, f,,r t) he ir ,. ,,,is' -hir, I.... it.: l. I -. r ,
Itini l tleed not only with tl ir asl.'h ur, I ,.,:l ,,,, rFl, ,.i.., .i... -,]l., v TlI.ma hi Id-
claims to the territory the imoin e alkf- i' .- t',r I ,n r.. ,-,, I:, ,..i.i. The
b.if. w ith thlieir .ra ,e i', fir w il, th, I,. "' ,, .- '"* ,, ',.. ,:-|t| I1) .'*U;rg"
,ian ,. l l t hey would ,ai sec ur ed thIr ; 1. ii .l.t...r- A' e l
alliance f.,1 tli Five _anl., s, i!.,eir uni- stabling undhern ,-r.n -,, ,,: e M.lk lo,,-,
ted arms could easily have isi l'', '.. e: J never fire n ,' r;..--'.u,',ar.n house.
Thi' En:li-li c. ni.iiy. It became II,, sr ,r P." ,t1r.i s.-. I ., ce :.rI or 'I ,l preIrI-
the great aim of both parties to siec-r, L'" acre f ro, ur.,RI.r ti, a sp'.ii or
i.' fl i- ldshlr, of th e'.. tribe "i;' iu i ef ci -'.n. ,:ir d h.ri, 1t luMi. :._.il r.t
Fre' .:li h.-,I alreuy become their en- chesIht i,1. A. dPu 1% ,I.i,: Onicthe rd of
Finies and had irritated them by re- grafted fri.T, te I.r k-.1.
peated .' rs-.ioln,. The English on Also---A l...' .-1 .ri n t ii h, C:i r
the ,itlher han|d .were strangers, fur- i '"" ,-r, ,i ,, t : i 'e, d 't.' i .i,. A tur. r
.ct--rriir.ii is i Ii ],- r iiint. it. Aiv
Ii-iI.-i themfreely with fire arms, amn person wislun r .., palr.hi-, v I -w i..
were too sensible of the importance of themselves. !'.r fir.. r 'rmi .i-i'. en.
triri'al]irince, n,-lt to secure it by ran- T1ire "f i l i il;' M 1 I'IT 1 in, .t ,n
,lerir fl) |in p\an: justice. It n as |tit- ".'", n**' p. .1'. :,.1 c.. ,, '-.r t... clthrr '*i
rural that they should declare tilemt- Chester C lut ,. w ur1ID."
selves Ifor t,, latter, and they reta in- .\IRTr.r L'rSAYTON,
ed their nttaihnslnt long after the En- : J',N.it [|Ae CLAYTON.
.Ii.li- had become careless of their Vestbradford, Jan. 13, 18181
friendship or enmity. In looking over ,- .\
the history of that pr.rth,d one is for- Came "o t closure f" te sub
cibly struck with the hardsip' l.t -l,, crnb.r living in Westgoshen town-
te Indians underwent in ti c' n-e r. ,|ip, c'.Jlui county, on the 7th of
their new i-lrenqdso. Thic fr',piftl I-O November last, a brown mare, about
took up arms at the call ofthe Lngl h, 15, ,, in l ,t, .% .,th ni nlor r.- l l\g
and would sustain the eightt of the walte, a large white strip on her face
war fora whole canApii.n, with little & her nose white, IS or 14 'ears '.Hl,
or no assistance. At the same tim hel iblir -f tie lfr eve. Th, wn.
al he-ha u n1 of the r er is desired to prove proper, pay
iooditiey had too much sagaci- car- and take her away or she will

"Their name for the Governor of Ca rla. be sold as the law directs.
t The Indians called the Governo~r :fNew I _GID ON MILE..).
York by thistname. Jan. 6, 75
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