United States' gazette for the country
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Title: United States' gazette for the country
Uniform Title: United States' gazette for the country (Philadelphia, Pa. 1804)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: 15 v. : ;
Language: English
Creator: Bronson, Enos, 1774-1823
Chauncey, Elihu, 1779-1847
Publisher: Enos Bronson & Elihu Chauncey
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: September 27, 1817
Publication Date: 1804-1818
Frequency: semiweekly
Edition: For the country
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Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 262 (Feb. 21, 1804)-v. 18, no. 1738 (Mar. 7, 1818).
General Note: Issue for Feb. 21, 1804 misdated as Feb. 11, 1804.
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For the Country.


V4O. XVI1.

The CARABOO Concert, wh;ch wao
given last night at Washington Hall, %sas
numieroulilya did reaspact bly atcnidrd, dlhc
hall was splendidly illitninated, the nmu
sick good, & the vocal performeti exeritd
themselves in a manner thicn gave gente-
ral satisfaction. Ir. part the first, the cele-
brated',MiksCaraboo, made her appearance
introduced by two gentlemen: she was
received with a general burst of applause;
hter appearance e and manners silenceti
those insinuations which have been so
industii.'usly circulated tu injure an in
nocent and utoftending finale: paper wae-
handed to her, on which she wrote a let
ter, in that language which puzzled the
universities of Oxiord and Cambridgi-,

rl tho, a bra.. 'bhose p.trioltck glow', and the most learned pruofssors uforiental
Warms to new ,ile to mark thy counti"s.mn2es l ht ;.
I dii Rurti a L. her takin

The n let thy s.,r on'.' for i hero fl-s,
Whiu lined .-ew I ureli t., hiwr luire-'iJ linani,
f l:uk!from Paciick's hillh:-. ieat-in shores.
Where Valp-r.a-rai, mouir i, fi'r l,.. ;n slain,
UnJautme.d irit', t ,;ih clari.a'ii tri.riephli npous,
The tale tof ior,'y o'._-r ihe irntlitng i'tiln;
Breaks Otl oiir LA.t iiit: 1.i li|_un v'icV,
Front Maine. to G ior-i. e -ie 1-do, ry h'lrl'd;
Ar- C '.- it ,in it [h i: '-
Til! hournlitis echuto ,ike the attent.iv. I world,
W\vll h;as thb cih;efs die ltLea '.cI born hlipe
sis awled ,
O'er ti. rni: s.-x avhise hairdy I-battle roared;
But clh !`iI' 'utIparaiso' ha) ronanrsirt'd,
"I'hr tlthiiJ'i. Fi-ecdon, e ir etic to,. mr, rorr'd:
Here s ier:e proud Hylier swept the urngene-
rouis souIrce,
it] .l the p.nmp of Brit lin, tiuie bIilh pride;
ui't. Lvuintles Porter against superior f)rce,
Lcd sanguine fight tull nriy an hero di-red;
Here here nitrepily' his-a aptaimn fuijghi',
'Thy Olienrhicmer brived the ast.rn al-i'tms'i
New to the ar.coiducued as he ought,
His iand ofbold ones mid the shock of Arm-;
Br;ght Hlash-:d the i.d liglhtnings o fhis e;ye,
figh s.i cU'd his oul on de-ilts c.l'during-b,:r-t,
MI ith glance unblcki'hed- he 'iw pale Deth
drav. itigh,
Ant, winged the nmin back the focuian sent-
Croiwned aiti itnnioral f.un his outfA IArful w i'
A wreath ot'holtmjr roltid hi's n.'imrory twii.ie,
'Twa hIns to toil riheue etrs diu batti,-, glMv,
To '11|. th" I 'I-ar t ,of rh t t ilt .. h '
"-4-. uu.. Lui,.i, um er '- "irw -.L -it 'i O.'b-ey,
F.inbimin the a arn-our in intl'aJdig )pr;ae,
M,'bo e nnami wlute tparblee nionuniunt decy.-,
Shall gJin fresh lauelis frour rettiing tine.
Tarcwell, brave south! nrow closed thie scene of
Thy gllarit arm no more in war appears.
Long ha. hi i.vetl who counts the shortest life,
NSy generous dited. and not bi u-..lessyears.

For the Utiiit.d Stats Gazetle.
Fi a,' That.
3is there a man ofhbonest.y
For Findisy 'd rote and a' thIt,
The sillt coof'we pass him by,
An dare be wise for a' that,
For a that and a' that,
Auld Findlay-'i snares, and a.' that,
Yet Iiciter Goternour shall be
In spite of knaves aind'l that.-
What though a democrat he be
et: "se hIei n, need to blau that,
Gin he has faiults he cannI seeC
Fte's honest yet for a' that,
rora"' that and a' that
Our totes he'll hie and a' that
w1V'll p;t him in thie -har o' ~a.:,t
ro turn out Bins stand a-' that.
Ie See ethe arts his fas a' tuse
These slander him and ,a' that,
.;t though the Carli the' sai .Lb.-t ,
tie'll iain l.s eind I'Jr thar,
or, il that and a' tltat
His hat sae braid and a' that,
bihs-n I" is inade ourt gocrnori,
GCide faith he need n.i' sha-w th.t.
Then let us pr-a thai conim it mna,
An 'come it will fir i' tlt.t.
"Th.i .aUouus men o'er a' thi liw'
Mlay be pit d-%An andI a' thdt.
For :' thlit anri .' that,
I think 't, ill be their t'' thit
Gin honc-.ty -and bll.srt,.
Je ..t'rk eli)it h tor a' t t.

ihe Lancasterian System of Edu-
During the past twelve months ha,.
fecn esi.iblbhiied in thirty five. acliocs, in
whi1,h are educated upwards ol three
tr.ouaind fout hundred pupils stithin the
rity and envsironi- of Philadelphiia; of that
liunmbe-r ,.'ilht aie Ifor the pou.r, .iiAd sup.
ported by lpullick charity, andil all the
oth.' Ia atre pnls.i'e shool-s, fir higher claQ-
F .s i'I'citzclns. in i liich are t.iugitu all the
lIgher branc.-is of r.i Erng ih E iLuc tion.
'.i'.crre i.,s al.o ti.n etlabliaite.i a society;
ttiEd ii e lrnihJlellphia andl Ptrnni)'lvanti
----', i ionl -. Le. teicer, of the- Lajniic tc.ri.
) ... .1 E -l a t..'n, 1 r the '.:ut Itv and
-. ,.L..' mtn ol it prous 1nsa.lit, ii tk toin-
S" i.rn of youth.
.I ,'l ,-.r ,n L ,.: -:I

Idll 3Ur l;u ';3 III n -..real alll -, i1 r1 tllli.ng
leave of the audience in the language ol
the moon was highly applauded.

A publila-er in England posted at hii
dnor, the following nonce to draw the at-
,ention ,f rite publick:-Here is to b.
had, the tull, true, and par ticulai arn ot,:
ojf Miss Carrabno, the wonderful .det.
who dropt from the clouds, an;t spe.,k-
the language ot the moon.

Mr. Gallatin.
It is stated in several of the newspapers.
that M, Gallatin, our minister at thc
French Co-.urt. receives of late such cold
and ur,hrienidly trealnuent, that lie thinks
he hart bettercome home; and to illustrate
the mn-rner in which he is received by 'bh
Bnurb,.o, government, an anecdote is told
rn the authority,. as it is said, J'f a gentle-
min rtrcuenily arrived irom France, of thie.
disresp,'ctlul, not to say insulting deport.
ment of tlhe Dutclhe,s d'Angoilemne to-
waids the Arerican Ambasadrless, or,
thie riccp-ino ofher piesentationi
The DUtchess, it ii said, to avid talk
ing stith her. pretended to he unable t-.
spe-'k except iet French, and turned from
lier r4ulely, .,yii.g"I don'i speak English"
To auch pprsvis as have read tle abaeio
c :',' '- .2 .l.'.-- i:., r SC a ct ion'i
L,:dy MNr3ian's "F mincr," will be Iound
interesting. \V lihtcver mnay be tlie fact as
to lie degree Of favour i,, 1 Il icte out na-
tion or its representative stands at rtht
f Fri-nch Comt, the conduct of th.;
IButches- seems to have been mnisun-
41 rsti.od by the "gtentleman recently ar-
riv-d." Lady Morgii's long residence
it, France, h,1r intimate ucquaintatce witi!
the language of the country, and with the"
best citcles of Paris, her high character
at.d perfect freedom from prejudice or
pattialitv, on this subject, must render
her's thli betL authitity.
In page 197, of the Lont-on edition, in
let book, may be f-,und ithe following:
Ilt is a vEry s;ngulir circumstance.
that the return of the French emigranit
from England, after 3 twenty five year'-,
residence in that country has absolutely
added n.rtliig to the stock of acquire-
mentsin thie E-glish li-nguage or litera-
ture. Of the ntinbr:rs whomri I met in
society, who had re-sided it. England, I
could never ge, one ao speak to me in
English, with the exception of the Prince
^,-uis de Tiimouille, and the Prince de
Be.uveau The usual reply was upon all
occasions, "J' enrtends lI'Auglais maist j'
nie le t ar!e fia," (I understand English,
but l.,nt speak it '
"I twa at Court the nigitu that Mrs
Gat!i.':tin, th .1 .1ne Y .nt.basadr,'s twaa
f.rese-,rcd to the Dutchrs d'.'lgr u
:mee, hn addi e-sed 6lr in French. Being
i .imed ih.it Mrs. G. did not speak
Pren :h, her royem hi.garnes express ied her
re.g-et 'o Mr. Gallatei that she could not
.ndhress his laI.) in English, as she cold
nrit spe.ik that language.
"T1'it migrant ability, indeed, seem
to have stlpt sitol with Englhsi litera-
ture,as with cv-ry thing else; at the
reignite of Louis XIV. They still talk with
delihgt at the ,*seasons of Monsieur Ton-
ion." and inquire with unabated friend
ship PItter "MNlonsieur Yong et lea char-
mants ntiis." A hundred times I have
biLen oflfeted a pinch oflsruffund a short
ciinci-.em together on English poesy; be-
tirning with ",Ah Madame, vous avez
.!cs p.,etes charmants, cha3mantsb Vocrc
i -.r.-sn, par example; it ,os romanis,
miadame, vottI, Betel Tatless,' mais
c-'.-a un bij-ju, qut votre Bctsi' Talleis!
p..,r nie ten dire cje la divine Clarisste."
0! all the cro lI of m liters that have
bevrn ,Lately comini unicating to the world
thi Inowlhd,re they have been able to gao
iitr iii a resid.Jence in France, Ladv Mor-
g:.n iL tihe mon amiu-.imu, interesting, and
per-hal's instiuctise. She starts in a netw
p.ilhi, leaves politics and war out ol
siLht, and intioduLt s her readers to ihe
charmi.ig society ol Palis, aid her book is
lull oh t1'e mosIt .amuiniig anecdlthes ..fdis-
iii.gti.l-d and itnterestinri character-,.
U foltun.itels, Lowi'eter, for the gene-
r-.ity ol linr P.aried rs, she puts iall tlh wiit-
iy -.rnd cliaracte iistik spon- ies in Friencl
Anu1iit ..ny iian olaio L) uiiuljoine.'; so that
.1 ir.tuIer Iot fr.n:iliir with th 1it lanetr.e,c,
umi:s.t .I-d ilie igreatcr p~an, an it l i iart is
t.1 nti .' rigt i .rtraice, the betst [. St (f the
i-.i '': : .iintelf .itit'le _


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For the United St.r .Ga:--etut-.

Oi, ,h.: dd:th of ~Li'.tit llim aHf. Oden.-
/'imaer, U. 8. A.'.
lia the deep knell of worth, the sjlJ6 pall
'Wraps in funeral girb the 3outhftl bran",
The bold obedient must attend the call,
When Death, dctermiqrq, summons to their
Ha't thou :i te.%r' where Odtenlieiiuer% oepsi,
Let the br;iht gemin tborsake thly melting e)e;
For lifeless silour, l, a namoon Atuelis,
;-,iatinn siflTers when th-e vili.,nt (lie.
"ivt thou a heart to honour nimdest worth?
Hit Ihoua a tongue' to speak a sailor's praise?
Ths.n let thy her rl the eulogy give birth,
Thj willing tongue the well earned plaudit

Uiiper Detawaire Word.
At a meeting of the Federal Repubii
can Citizens of Upper )-tll.'are Ward.
hiel' at the house of Joseph 5 Paxson,
GE'. D. a EltM;, was appointed
C'hairmmn--.nd .. :
THOMAS P. RthinT cSec'ry.
The object of:'thet.eeting being stated
to be the apnporitmetit of Inspectors fot
the General Election; assessorrjfthe Wa.rd
and Judges of the Ward Election, tht
following persons were nominated.-
Instecrtora-Jolin Rober t- and Ed war ,
Pax sOr.
A.. esor-Thomas WVilliams.
Judges of 11'ard Ricetion-Geo. D. B.
Keim and] 1. B. Roberts.
The following gentlemen wtre appoir,
ted a conimmittue of Vigilance.
Richard Chambherlain,- Knowles LIni
c.sst. r, Marshall Smith, Thoritas Cosher.
John Bacon, Wilm. Pax no, Joiin Robe- is,
John Keim, Thomas P Robefrs, S.imuil
Pattnn, Howard Williams, Ad'am Seckel,
F' V. Krug.Sam. Emlen, Amos A. Jones,
John St ingei, David Lewis, Jimes MNri
rell, Anthony Morrik, W. S. Vaildte,
Ferausohi H. Smith, John E:k-tein, Julin
EvLV, 3eorge Abel, Ph-ilip Snelbanie.
I.. 'is Hammer, Nathan Trotter, Charkl-
H fisher,. John Ki-mpton, Ephraim
f['.iiis, Abratlam T ylor, Crlin Co-tiper,
Will L. vrd, Josep C'o'tl'.i, 'Vrr May.
;inr. '1.'m Hi e' -ick, J.-ii (C-' :.-*,* r,
GEO D. B.KEIM, Chairmnar,.
TlomaS P. RueLrTs, Sec'ry.

North Ward.
At a meeting odl i.'- Fcdcral Republ.
,-ans of North W.irlo, oinveed rIl th,
Iouse -if Mr. J imes \Vatoni, nor'.rtf Filthl
street, on Tuesrlay eenirin. Sep' 16,
led to the rchir, and.
DANtFL J. Ro.%s, appointed Sec'ry
The object Lof the meeting having b-ent
stated, it was on motion,
Resolved, That they proceed to thec
nomination of persons for the offices of as.
,ssor of the "' ard, and Inspectors ofthi.
General ejlecri;,n, wereupon it was agie,,c.
unar.i. onisly to recommend and support
thefnllnwing citizens at the ensuing Warn,
.'4,ssaor-Geortre Bringhursit.
Ins/zectort--Adam Traquair and Char-
le- G.)>vct
JuJgr. of the WVard Elermio'n-Col.
Samuel Hi- '1-ilon andt Joseph Blame.
T hle foll i, in, n.- .n'. '''. .:. c.?tn cj
iComrnitt'.,' of Vigilance,
Thlomas Moore, D "V. F. Seegar, Capt
D. Gilhtr' T. Tr.iquan, Gri. T. Cadwal
ladr r, D.ii-:l Cl.ark, JJaobR Cl irk, Capt
Gn Knoir, Sats, min Perot, E.hward H.
Bnnsall, I.udwick Slt.rp, John Perryv.
David Diffi n1 ck, Geo. Kicbs, Lui'
WVif, Albrightr Weaver, John Briio,,
Join Rastei, Henry CroLto, CharlesGafl',
J1 1n Cl.wir-s., Jr. Robert Lindsay, A.lani.
Handel Robeit (iovett, Wm. Govei,
L-wir Govett, WVni. Kneass,\Vm. Strick
lan't, D J. Rhoads, Jsept. Roadd, L M1.
Ceo. Dellkek,r. Jt.,es Perot, Ersdtarcl
Perot, Francis Perot, Richard Ware.
Thomas IV.,re, Geo. Peterman, J. R.
Passion, Richard Pax.on, Joseph Pascall
J. Askew, Edward Davies, Jacob Lex.
Marmeduke Moore Wim Steel, Jr
James Sellers, Sanmuel Sellers, Charlea
Carpenter, E. M'Shane. John Siiiger,.
Jaeob Hassinger, Jihn D. Shiealf, Jacob
Prrv, Fredeiick Seckell, Geo. Billmriver,
W. D. Emerick, Benjamin Wade, Joh'i
Singer, Jr. K Hassinger, John Silver,
David Kendrick, J G.est, Peter HPr.
vFy, Thomas Ellis, Lreal T. Cooper,
Alfred Hoops, Curtis Grubb, Capt. Sam-
miel 0,' ena.
The following resolutions were unani-
mously adopted.,
Resaulve-, That we protest in the most
decided manner against all Caucus nomi-
nations, as invading our rights and liber
tics; violating thlie Constitutions; and in-
troducingr corrupt and aristrocraticalt
principles and practices, which m:.y en.
gender a spirit of licentiousness, iiso-.
lence, and Lict.i.n, that nmu.tl speedily and
inevitably prove destructive of our reli
gious, and political tights and privilege's;
an,1 terminate in confusion and anarchy.
Resolved, That we consider it out
boiundci duly to oppose all legitimacy
that does not recognize the power ase-
min-iting immediately from the will of
thie people.
Resulv'd. That while we are intile full
enjoymenrit of the innumerable blessings,
which our happy country affords, we will
riot forget, that in the struggle for inde.
ps-nd. tce, it was rescued from the tyr-an-
ny of the mother country by the valour
ol our ievolio,'i,'rry Patriats; there, re
Resoled, That we will use every ho.n-
nur-ible mean.- to promote the election of
Gen. J,.,epla Hiestsr to the Gubernatotial
chair of this state am title ensuing election
in October next.
Resols e-, Thit the proceedings of this
meeting be.pu'iishied in all the papers 01ol
thiis city, tiendly to the election of Gee,
Hie ier.
r.r.O BRINGHITURST, Chairman.
Attest, Duni.L J. Riuo.iuD Sec'I".

South Mulberry Ward. -
At an aj.urned meeting of the FedetlI
Republican citizens ictsidin. in thi, ward,
held pursuant t, pitllick notice, an Mon
day evening5 32d inst. :
-AHuoM DS HAveN, esq. in tihe chai,
and .
D nit I C. Ellis, -s'ecretary.
(iI OI motion it wEs Resolved, That we
row protged Wtthe nroi'.dr';ia.t of li[rd-c-

of t'i in'abi aFn S m.l .r'r- .- ::. 'riabIc, more
lhappl, than t ley have hic:.. ,to b),en, they
will ,ii-.app.,in m ny feC'rs. Time will
d'r.:rmiiie the ritestino

Trom ithl 'V.r.es, Spy.
NotIwith-strI.idin.. i, ..Imnc s and
se ie,,iy of the p.Ulitic zon, w: car,
ilreidy hear the muuttCeing .' the distant
.1 uiinder; i'her- aie spirits tla latii Njisl
iand fainti un'lcr tHe am:les ofl he unciouL?.
ed sjr,; but are restore to life anti vigout
wvhen the torrni is agig; ar.-.und them.
To th-em nothiniig can T.e inore u:iconge-
t:.tal ih.,n the asbcr,1 rjPf political strifC and
p:uty aiMn'i.liity. Ti. y fec that their
c.,nsequcrice is dimiihed-til.At their in-
iluence is gon.:; arid that, if they would
ifiy muie fir ure on a tdge above their
proper level, they rnituo ll'ect the return
of that popular exi.it.ment whicli drive
t ilents trnd uorUt into letirernent, and
Ic.' ,s the iFeld open to such as them-
selvei. 'Thev i'c well aware, that when
,ie Irody pr.hiick rs in commotion, the
*-,i.tn floats upOIn ithe surfacee"
It is easLy tliecelre, tO account for the
constant .fri't, whic.n is marie by a cer-
lain class of democratic E.itors and
.,tice-hold-.is, to put jan end to thearmii
tiee which tin political parties have by
tiict agreement evabiishit,,and to wage,
with is much -violence aseter,a predatory
and murderous wat fire. It is easy to see
that their orily hope ol'escaping oblivion is^
hy cherishing the pr juidics and mlnis.
leri'ig to the passions of the people.
Ti.vy dread tie consequences of a Irea
nnd friienidly intierchange of sentiments
and poor othice between men whom it is
ti.cir object to keep asunidr. They view,
with a isrpent's ,ye, e~uily in'iAFint ii the,
jiouncey ot the P -esidcrit which is calcu-
lit' d t) mrak.: him bette: acquainted will
il.:- chra.ictris ..f tri i tur whom A hW.
been tiemr buiine.s to misrepresent and
to vililv.-Hence t.'.: str 'mns ofioibu.e
'lii'h, (oul ji.1 I poluItei lik,: tilhe chairn.'.
ilhrutnig wlichl te-iy 'L7.e, IIow in various
diret.tionis thr'nildi hi courrnvy.
But, n:r.te.iUstaingq .all th1e effTrtis that.
ir.: ni.tle, we do tnot b-elieve our political
hitrmony is inimmeuiielv to be, interrup-
ted. Aneiy, clouds may threaten, but
we trust they .-will pass harmless over
oui heAdl', produc.irig no other off.ti than
ltia rof craverni,ng the atmosphere, u\,ich
may in time become heavy and dull from
too ilt thle git 'l. '

Bank Ch.', cks
Neal. pArinteJ atihe tufice cuie ,(4 Statt


No. 1702.

the affairs of a conmmnriitv in a more hene
ficid-l maner, th.ii, those ol that State have
h,-en conducted haietrof.'e. A r.-volu
rioni, eaen front a bad govcrnmn t to a
goo.d one, is often s vety serious aflfit
for the people immediately intelesied in it
Much more dillicult, ne v. would imagine,
it would be found, f-r any set of men to,
take a govetiroulr uteler whiicih more b'e--
mrngs hase been Ujn..yel, ful the time 1i:
has lasted, then under any other in the
world, and, by a sudden revolution, subI
vert the old one, and substitute a new onie,
which should secure to the people great'.-
er advaitiages than they before ei-j.,ed.
The Siate ol Cotinn'cicut is uiatici
out cf debt-it possises a consiidrablt.
lund in the stocks-its -school fund amounts
to a million and a half c-F doll.us-tlh
the State taxcs ale tcly lowt-anil corn
pensations of every desciipttion are pro
veibially small. It can hardly be expec
ted, that a new government can be mort
strictly popular than tile present. On'
blanch of the legislature is chosen I31
nuoals, by the wholi. bodi ,:f the liecrucen
and theoilier twice a year, intile arih.,u-
towns-all the judicial offi.:ces itomn th.E
highest to the lowest, aire chosen ye.rl.,
by a concurniin, vote ol rthe legislature
It remains to he seen whether the p..riy
Sho h,ve tmndertaicn to reform h at
fears of that State, will mike a goveinc
ment more truly denimoratick than tihu
present. The time will certainly coanna
when this subject will be examined b)
sensible and dispaiaonate men, through
some other medium thi.n party passion,
and vindictive fet lin-, and we think there
can be no doubt of tne iesult.
A great many persons, in di&rent parns
c.i' thie country, Wh a1tCe not intimately ac
q.uaintud with the aff.isia ol Connecticut,
but who -s3vua heen long accustomed to
hear the State, its lass,, govI'ernienttt, arid
inh:ibitants, reproached atid ilhlitd, and
ssho have recently head a vast deal ol
noise nn the subject of"';O!feiatir.," fri-.ni
tne party who ha- e at last succeeded ir,
obtaining nhe maj-.tity, appt!'r to suppose
that th ine must have be en sonL.c f...uund
Ltion for those reproaches antd calummne-
-at least on the score of reliiiz.us free-
dam." When thle colony of Coiriecticu:
was first settled,there %as bau one denri
naina'.ioni t chrisrians in it, and that wa-
them th gu uLIninie'st wias formed and Jon
der tit ir c.ti its int i itu,io s ., lite'ral,
civil, and religious, were established.
However strict these institutions may
have bJienu, they were formed for them
,e',t's> anl riot for athe d'nornminational


rs. .-eb or, nIt Ji,ig .-,, tie l *.."'! .. /' haY ." 'we ii: t ,ta.. eta ,
Elect on w hen it s tnaniini .u.l .i. 1e pri,,c...', .'11,. firnm th( be-
to snnp.it l,.e f,-,Ili p rrso,:, i,,nning. .',,R-.. hr" e,r mI nn rionildc,.'
e,. ,..-- J. hir lh .,r di ui.: ., 0' ..bu t. 7 r, 6.,t' *,r; '.I c4 wrar/lif,
Robert Ki,-ir.e tv. iii pro,,cv s ..t ,>, n ..-.t lenominnions
.asa..r -J..r.-,h n L ei i*,:. appeared T' i f-.,i, the tbove m.-nion-
J. ,igri e .f r /.r I d !rc',..-J., -d principle in ,',.- it,3s tno est:,blihed
K.'i lrr, D ,niel Knig it. lot the purpose-f.,peraliing upon them,bl;t
f'he follow ing puc sos wt l- tlen api npon the na.,nl h,- ;t<,med it. The I "ws
p..inited a committee of tieil.anci, z however, wet fgila.irally r.relioratrd in
Peter A l, l. x Ml'Call,, iI ,\idre, their. f.iv. r, an31 it w.,s 1Fi.llv settled,
Les-.igletter, Isi,-c B. Garrivtie.. I,1na that "whenev. r .yv per.ooni .hotild differ
V.inmplole, jr. David M Itati,. R cl,.ii m sentimen 'om r ,e- worship and mining.
J.icksin, B Browni, Josetoh 1t. Iii,'. ry vin the eclcsiasrical soci.;ics in die state,
John Files% ji. C..4p..i S.,uid rA r.iAli,rn .,:o,.,iitit l br l ia.v ,.it iin locai l bnund
Foast Edward B. Gartigie;, A.4ndrew 'V' (which mean's c. n lr'e,,onAl societies
derhill, John Fronart, ser. S irittl Dv, >s all the located s ci-clks3 in the Sate
S,,muei Butler, John Gieiner.JJuhn Coo., were of that claiacti.r) anti shall choose
S.,nuel Linestreth. Tion, s Ai Loig,. to join himself to anrv rather d.:nominatinn
'irenpth, Ciarles S. F,....ell, Sn,il. l of c ii tita s," he-rmihit I-.d e a certifi-
Jaudon, Nathaniel B.irher, Snimel It. cate, d.il- tine th.t choice, irth the cl aIk
Jacobs. J.,mes Ryan, \Vili.im Hort..rn of ith anciiy to which he had trevinus.
F ederick i-Haler, Jthn HinrEs., liuc G Iv beli,.red, and then he wi-, dichatg.d
E.lihot, SaIuel K-,.,rr, G-ortiri P. ",'. fromn txc;s in 'he ,ron rr.',itinal sicwti.-
J.a n Rho,,les, fl:,.i cai) R Sn ii V il m i l. ..i -. r ,, C,. -cr,-tr. it :i,;n iv tii pti vision fcA
Jo nlin, G;e.,r.c7 C Lv. t.ind. J,,- .1 ,- I t e te a-semlily il,
waggorn, f .i Ii ,', M .. .. l.~ I t. ,, ,'u-a c. i th rrlirio,,, .t.
vei. Thron', ,iS R., .t-, .. \ HI D rclt-h:1, ',i,. 'ic Si~ re U a rel.rrid t.:. a j.int
Philip Gcisre, Curtis T .); ,r, \ illi,,.n ,'-,.. n,itter c tia, h. u. s, cr.- -is in r'
Newcll. Daniel C. F'.ilis, J ihn C rl i"le, an EI-.cijl).il c chairman. and among cttier.,
Petr Evans. Jbhi. ..i. m. .n, Di,;d .'eve .il no nih'.r ol'thc "tolci..ion par-
Landes, D.,i...i Kr iL. )iil .-l I tr.., 1 T rie gricstaces under u .i,-h thl
WVilliam Di'.o ., ''l hAm C. U .i .rat ,b,,l,,ir. il mu'A t, if c.i.nrse, h .e C :'ts.
t.oin..s Bedrao. ', M .' .j..i S. Ellis, R.- hroiig. r ,li-tit.Ily) under their ci.... i 'ca-
'-'rrt R ist.in, jun. Alex,.I det Grahli-., ion. F .e maiti res-uled in i ..- t.
Tlotimae Field, Geo. H Imi.iid, Jime- rec,,menJd'i a ca'rzc in t':,hcr., .rr
Hill, .-imhn Hurla:, 'an,,so ra, a. i., aorle.- ih,. ab zi r"en.
On i-,i ion it 'as i esolv-d. li it the : ,,'i, c ,','4 ,'e: ,o n l, ed 4Pt. / ,. r ;
Sroce..dings o i hi; nic; iihg, i411e>dI hVb qvi'h f/ti "'.ii-'n-cr, inst'rad u 'i'.- ,.-.
:hti. Cr.:irm an .nid S, :re' ,ry b liubisi t'! r!etr, tr/.'-- thle r c-l-Tcri or wM i. ii
in ile .,'1y pier-. ilri,, V u the; elecCtnii be, m niarl ca.e, to subject the p t.r.
at Jtsepii, Hi'- .,." ..r, n. lodginc rh-mn i to mniore iiC'.- nii .nc iij,.
H UGH DEr H. V '-EN, ch dr-irm, they would expel ience bs the former ;r
Daniel C. Ellis. seer-Tar it frequently being the fact, that tl,. -di-
om he Netance i the ini-n clerk would be tg t aei
Piom aElse Nw.-York LD,,!- Ad'.rnisar, Set. 23. than to thief society clerk.
CoiPneeticut. VW.- re in.hiced to make this statement
Th, Ctinecticui MIm firor of M',,rida-,, mer ely frr the put )pos- of t.i ing the fact
the 22d iiSt. st l5, that ti.e ri-cult rl" ihe correctly undLlreltry.o: having, a we have
Iliem rn'ir meeiiraqi in that State, ti: Il-,t r-markE-d. heard it suggercE edi by ve' y re-
week. is fully in Iavour of thc .-nici ir k L p-pctahle people, nrot 'Aell .icquaiitedi wilt
p,,ry, they living elected a majirivty if tie affairs rTf Cornnetiut,, lthi they ima'.-
notre than Fortiy numbers in the hi-us. t ginc-l there miit lie -.,nething ilhbt;ral,iat
,epiesertativcs of the State -I. l.,iturr I h-st, if not i. rul-i:niit, in that rilte. !
and cnrrie'I titir ticket for the nomin ltion there is ayll other i eligius inritnieric ic
for the council, by a m-i.tuty ct .lom rnhicre, we have never so-ih it defined or
1000 to 200) te'. ,\e obs.:rve- it, 5|e,-iied.
sonme of lit- piper-, the r. mark. 'hat ]hit. The rev',riilton ri1,w app-ars tr. b: cornm-
1*'... ,., '- i -. l d.i'-,tt h. ter-ber, -.rin- r'' e T tr- Tram bcr r,7 ,St.e a, it : tri't;e-, as,
ern at this election. Thii, is a ni-rAkt. I"' as w'. have hIard], which is from 9v
One house, viz. itle couirn:;i, was elected towns, appeals to be much smaller than
l-st spring, and cun -.t,t, of f1dledaliss that gist n in the last spriii ;, the ga latest
:done. The chloioc 4of tie ionuiri.tioin, tho itUi'ber (or one of thle gientl ,ien 'who
ever, this fall, secures thL. council int tl-, were plWced ul,.ipov bithl tickets beinoc
party in thre spung, .at .liikh time, in lil Iti,0;4. We shotild conclude itom thl-
probability, they will have the commnaad citCis.st.mce, that the whole number
'f hoth hou-se,. giv. n yhv both parties ,t th present time,
Thi cvtIevluioin, a.s might bec expected, o ouldti be several house nrd short of those
prodlaces inmuch Ixulh.tuiin ainionig the given in April last. T. tmen who hae.
democr.is in oitier parts ,f tie court *-.- the puhli.-k c.nci.rs of th.t sa te ll i
as well a,.in Conrnec'icut I. i, how. ve-r. '" i" h.ndrs, hive j reesr.onsAble la-k to
one tlirnr to exillt. and an t:.te r to conduit [ p t' i.m I litey cin r'- i r tI e situ.ttiln



P am the 1Bos on Daily adv.:rtisr Spt.. 2i Eug phn:--I N assaLliihiaeds, the cornaol-w ran di.taced into the -ountrv. kneeilt ,I i... 1. -T'he ..," ... r. '. : rt.r ., .. ... ... ., ,s,,,. .: .. ,
We were yesterday favoured with alali- nication of the Clergy and others in that before their Maker,and in thelsincerity a h, t ,'h.ie:u oi:, Act., tr of S S,, t '- it b. Ra, 1i1,,l Li t, -
Fax paper the 6th inst. containing the fol- state, could be deposited with the Rev. their hearts, begged his forgiveness it. t'ie dLod Jan, 1 Mir y l d.i m, de in which tut,.s are bL, na '.
lowing decree of Judge Wallace of the Dr. Gird'Jer;-in Rhode Island, with the what they considered the day of univea- Tr.nuiner fui n"'Ier ple fl t th. r hui.ha-I., i. I .1
Admiralty Court, restoring the American right Rev. Bishop Gris-vold;-in Con- sal dissolution. Earthquakes here pio- In the-il-.;dLnrId ouviiiic. te thie .lt.r. bee, a wi-.lep-ture from e
Fishing Vessels, detained in June last, to necticut. .ith the Rev. Philo Sheltnn;- duce t-e most horrid ravages: Callao, th. non Pes.a. ,nd the Hln. :nal !.. l!agh! p .r a ihe!i hvy hm hiy books 'I .
the owners, on their paying costs. in New York, with the tight Rev. Bishop seaport of Lima and about six miles rlis. PPerry -a .1 1 "i. 't the r.rr-cion n '
DECREE, pronounced by the Honourahle Mi- Hobart;-in New Jersey, with the Rev. tant, was entirely destroyed about forry (t 'the 4th-The lion. ,,I If.-'i n P'rcy,,. ,es. ,,it I In ite p eien icsrs, c., t
chael Wall-ace, Judge of the ice Admnirsty Mr. Rudd;-in Pennst!varnia, with the years ago. The earthquakes, ot any le in the 5th-lF.Irl Pol'i,. L.nrd Ln.:.,- t..-1,n d 1.' li i th o- -) or the an-n -
Court, on Frday the 29th ult. in the case of Rev. Dr. Aberctombic-;in Delaware, green of sevesity, do not happen otnnir h, Lordship'sor., i Ca.pt Pelli, ae %I. im-, I., .S i.-I ,fn ol.,
American Fishing Vesels, seized arid detain- with the Rev. Mr Week.;-in Maryland, than once in every twenty or thirty yeirs; In the ri.h-f':ornt Utic..,ile, Mr Iiy, Mr l Itture t c itntsti-. Ac: lint to the 'I I
Ed by His M:isety's Ships of War, in the with the Right Rev. Bishop lcemp;-ri bit what they- call here trembling,, are Vilsonnand Mr. Ste-r e meit.lo.- it se mIT, Wriv .ns tn tP fi re,-
Harbours, and on the Coasts ofNorecotia. Virginlm, with the Right Rev. Bishop almost as common as rains are in Ken- In the 7th-Mr Morrm4. Mr. nl.-. M '.i. n i, .-1, I vernal c,bIy themelv s
Tines Unde is of gmpreat nation it hashal d Nloore;.and in South Carolina, with the tricky There has been one of these thevs,and MrPli. e. bp e wen s

as much consideration on my part, as my Right Rev. Bishop Dehon, or with the sineo my arrival, and it was taken notice indr. in ate, ath-d Mrr. .ack, iii i.ie-'r any f .-d i t en r conbustinhe
blumble talents ar capable of giving it. compiler himself. of with about one half the concern T have geonand-Apothec.ar. I materials are itmnneut.lt.i headed upo'a
Sentirely accede to the principle laid Should the subscriber hereafter labour seen excited ou .farmn.-i;w the Uni'ed These crria- .ere. 'l.-)',d hv rh,.- rf rPem, that if in the gonvy iiflirted by -he
do en by tile Advocate general, that the under any mistakes in his Sketches of States, by the flying of a hakkoyei a hen the late duke. ithr. dutcl-.I J).. pger, thc pi,- flames the-y should he ,le-iirrms of r'tr.,rt.
Amdowern Ge Advocte en al t corn- the Clergy, he would be much obliged to roost. In consequence of the earthquakes, sent duke, lord Proudh.,e ir.,wnr hn, it i uter nd t., e r, to
o a t Britain his reverend bethren, or any of the laity, the houses haire noPoofs, .usuh as our-: e-th ',n Jim. ,,ard -I re- 1 1 Tho g pirolyv a yriel ntiv-l in ,ift"
cut the cord on whichh their treaty of who would set him right, by making him long strips of wood are laid flat upon the captain Bennett, captin Wll;iam .,: 1. .ir tLie Branoins to dt prive th.ir victims of
1"e3, with our G vernment hung, and aciqaiited with the necessary corrections. top ofthe wall, and on them a layer of Willn0ibvb Go.rdoti, e al Pn.vi ia io lr. r all r. e age.ncv, hbt if .we ire ri-ghitl n-
thereby dissolved every condition, obliga- His aim is to communicate truth, and to ashes half an inch tick and this is suffi- counters. of Ptv.,a. vist.,,nt (ChI;, Ii.i i., -l s'ructed, the Sha-tia eXi li *iI direc(s
tion andi privilege it contained. But-as hand down to posterity the memory of cient to preserve them front the weather, Bu"rr.-. lion Wil ;,n B.urrll, Ion. B r t h t fe ,1 f. he i1 Il to th- fru
Americ0 subjects have enjoyed und those who have been the means, under as they never have mote than a thick oge, rlli tl. ohburtn 1 \. r ,,,,'/ ',.n hih ,1 :.. rrr. -1, i, whil :t
that treaty, the privilege of fishing on onr God, of propagaing in this country, the which cannot penetrate their slight roofs. Canterbiry-. o Exmoi. it li, arqus o Ch- 1. 1 a Stet ignit' ,, i, i 'ei thl e. .
ant: anti there being no specilick notii-. true ieltgioo orf his 9on Jesus Christ. The want of roofs to the houses, gives riotd,.ela.( hn.,.oris' latld E Marn ", lord iI .htt pl.-ir, nd 1-ty t--rself d ih up I
ANDIrEW 1-OWVLER. thmn a very awkward appearance, and if E-.x, qi-' '"ili-ni Set, hoa .,Jhn M'Mhahon, it.
cation from our Government that I knowL1 -
of -ince the treao y ooGient published on Chatlareston, ,S. Carolina, 'ay, 1817. they wereblack oh the outside instead ol Mr. Nortle, Mr Boa-t.NMr Ih io..,Mr Algrerais- to this i ,lfl- hit law,

the subject fr me to have recourse to; white, a stranger arriving rom Europe' LocT Ae d, Mr. ion, r ., tuniers l that t eerm,,I t
cannot adopt so serious a ineasIli e as thew Tl ouldthink that the citylhadbeen e LAsoctle henric-p.sscdlte1Horse IILll-111At-
condeinatiorhthe psopertyiof ianivtd ia eTallerand.stroyed' by fire The mildness of the the druts beat the deai m.r,, nut. ',rnetic thin I ,to,.Iiionl,( )fsac:Cec-.
who seem generally igtrorrt rf tle inten- The following outline ofr this extraor- climate and the riclnes ofthe s..il, ha, fled. The procesin arvI. .t t Tile Brihs were vail. n i
ttc,4 ofriur governrnlt with respect to the dinary being is thus powerfully drawn by all tendil to enervate the inhabit rnts; ongte te process io i ariea.t Iii t i trs "r i L tp 1 9
to the~Courthatany of them wue F~ound r artic themteakt.ad indolent in di e extreme. at one o'clock, th t I h ceh, .roin t irl ,cp.,iii h it rh'' '.
in the act of catching fi. h, 1rr trading with il had frequently seen this celebrated The Spaniards smoke cigars, and onlyrobe. T Cgcyiisrc rs w bete -1n nP' Ct t it- o er in ition- rt te
the inlabitanis in arty four b.ys, or rlar- pertonsge and future historical clnharater' exert themselves asfar ah it .e necessary pr on o th. chnir, sie.iri so- I 't e tt ,, of the 'l..enter dis-
bours, but merely seeking shelter from at court; upon other public occasions, in to keep the others in subjection. Per-. e The 3i vie in e i. I i..ir. hil n n.r v be
tie weather, or tittlefreTh waste ; whi-ch II i- bustle of processions at the nuptial laps to these causes, which have had ,o eum nd i ,,re boal nce, n etu( len hrle ,dli.e.
tu-,der existing circinmstnces I cannot pomp of Royalty, under the holy dome ol such an evil effect on the nien, may be mabsec of the .ie ean ,S. her -,i i ly k. ut r, sl, ..n 1u :,1-' .,I t, m, e,,.it
N eeat.most inipre'sive nianne r by the Rev.I "ni.11 i- t
ie in the light,,an infringement of our Note D.me, at ihe deepest tragerly at attributed the surprizin beauty o the Howel Holland Ed.rd,one the Pre- y erid t i ,'
,, ts the likeliest comedy, amidst the solemnity women. It is a surprising thing Indeed bends. This ended, the r. inor artt i h, ex aruple., ;ui o...-t "l t -et
Independent of this consideration, were the royal chapel and the revelry ol the to meet with a young womitn that has notnd d
I inclined to enforce the principle of na- lasting court; but I saw him always the [lue most regular fectnle s fine black choir, and singing borys, sungla-, t t l s. d I't -, r I-' '--
toal.nIa against. theclainm,uta i this icae nme; cli, motionless; not abstracted, but eyea, and pretty shape. Their dress i. them. The hody d .vp s then cnrh eyed i le i w-id. e j or isev, huti n.s e'-, .c'-. Y.
I sh .old tbe at a loss shat penalty to pro- unoccupied; not absent, but unmoved; no singular, amd is almost L.c fi-rst thin that vault, and depoited neare o. the re- t "-c l-i'e Crrmy huicm.nt .n e, and
thornce upo nthe agressors, tint tryingg the colourless hue of his lived strikes the attention of a loreigner: the last Duke's either, and -i neat- the re- n wIlt or -eu e o he a
I, ,ll ,,tter cases in whnch foreigners, conplexion,noer.presion rrprking ischa- stuff of which their outer pE.Lico-v is -"T,, mern the ..re-,, ,.., ,, ,,ot attempt to
S.eiztd fr unlawful tiafick, there are racter on his passivecountenance. Hs'fi- made, is worked in such a muiinner, nf D eember, 1776 rTh, mot perlect pr vnlt l.lT 1 womt rot "bua'rn"nt
p,,.stive Acts of Parliametn inflicting a gute seemed tre shell of a human frame, that it has the elasticity of sto.-kinct: order and cn7y w6 h o.ived until te "'rhi i trie our re-so a- i.on r you "
fo .. i r, ni the pr-per.y and other pe n- dsp.iled itsorganick arrangements: or, it is belted tight round the waist an.l fi order and dremoy w bfr he hearse, went ieth : le or ufmed h-. i tli, you ,, ..
ifr the lIeart beat or the brain vibrated, no the body as close as possible, so much. bd '-t' ru-rn-a ed frm ar t e'unre ed lhat tl oie ,Olli.
1i, matter of course in this instance power of penration could reach the re- that they canonly take very short and de- the pom. Ie aci.-rdire to a uit rm, Pthenly un i.h rhe i unto tilnerl, as
that thiee vcsscls are to bB cotndlemned cesses of the onei, or guess at the work- liberate steps, and causes th.m to rcl Irce on tred in the breach o. shei ald --tn .custi -m, d to plunge into
n fUate. to His Majesty? I cannot inofg of the other. From the mind of this from one side to the other like a sailor. 1k:rva-l'e Stripedol the escutcheons he H-, -n d to pu
t irk so. nian the world seemed contemptuously htheydonot wear bonnets;an apronofblack I '-' tbe here, and tor Nof thC et o hcrnin H lutin in order votions her
I h.e non law to guide me in my judge. shut out; and if this rpost impossible form silk, open before, drawn backwards I %,'sof rtu tI horses andmrurmingcoa, niornn. bhmutiari. i-I d emotions.
ntent, iu -.ci-,lmirnaion or nrdr in cun- and face indicated chlaractet r :.pinion, the head and arm. covers every hing ` tie we-thor being ex rei' fine, cited by the mi,.mveanble delusion mani-
il.n liuns of any kind, by which one would have though at the fir,, glance trom the waist up but one eye. Thiir it the windows ere filled, a d the cited ie is ce, we driven mari-
I can niasure the punishment to be in- dn is suely the bcin, who has said, fe, are handsome and extrer rly small, of streets wetcrriodel ith spectators, consolation from the fact that this inhet--
t;,:, fto, this inrrirgemoet of our colo 'speech vas given to t. n to conceal his which they appear to be conscious; they private carri. e hackney comn iic is chot s, ce so frehqus, cent rts
ni.,l ihts thoughts.' It seemed as if the intihe in cy take pains to sho% the.- a,,d scarcely and on toot. The pro i Nonmberlnd : t i is riot ite aso frequento elive
It i,[ tally a new quesiian, and one of love, the confidence of friendship, the young woman of any ;eactiption is seen e y rotte gate o th l ftB. ritigsof Rano hun
t,.it l coner.ive to be evolved in much community ofcounsel, mould never draw in the sileets wlthou' :.-., hoes and stock- Hutnse to i Abbey. Thu l ole ol'this Rth.t t l .Bi writings h o t pre.mhun
d,,obiarchddiff cidth) in eosqecof the the mind to that cnuntenance, which, uings. They m-rrvVtt,,leeandthirteen; extensive prtrrcession was plannt.Ld with Ro y, ia .-c 0.4e'adc-p tr~ottqh atpreser,
dJub, and diffiri in consequence of the t countenance, which, s. They rr Ive and hirten; consummate judgment, and eud ia ot vey obio i,pesi, upon the
Allence of the tr.3ty of Ghenton thi, very amidst all the vicissitudes, versatility, and at five-and-sv-wi.y they are old, ugly, atere et' a1 C' .., baid its n bo
imtipotrtat uhj. ct. changes and contrasts in the life of its ard not fit to be loocd at." ..emen wtho hadcr the directiJo of it h ,d. ni-ech ry ulimttely led to the
ag, never-_b__n___ ___ gentlemen who mad the drcou, of it 'limatel
I an not ignorant that negotiations have owner, had never been seen The altar, pulpit, and organ lt of St. etie ctinction of tiii, as well as many
hcEn canie-d on respectin tile fishery in 'A book, in which men read strange Prom iateLondon Paper. Martin's Church were hung with black Iottler piiciiCes-. like abhorrent to reason
question. between our Government- and 't"hin. Funeral f rth- ohnd hun.aniry. We have heard of several
tht r.f Anerica. Those negotiations were It was hideed a book, written in a dead Funeral of the late Duke Ot North cloth.natives openly
hroken i.f' in January last '.is true! but it la:i.ige t reu.inyinr their r btOirrencc ot the cru-i
is eqLially true that they have been renew- La Fayette observations on Buona- The rcntains of this nobleman, v hr. i,, the Frorem de MadirasCourier. iitual ol the buttee; and it is is probable
ed and are still pending. part are worth recording: Lady M. says. highest rank of the peerage, united near- Or, WVrdne-d:.y,t e26tu, ..f-Ft-b as three that a similar sentiment prevail. in the
Under which circumstances therefore, I "I was desirous to learn how Buona- ly the greatest property in England, were y -.,.i :er.tleme, were .shonrtinig neat Kil- breasts of many otle-rs, thl ugh prudence
do not consider miy-elt justified in ca.n- parte seemed Effected at the roicni'n that I interred on Saturd.ay, between oile lliidl lnnur (Killanour is 10 miles from Pon- : may induce than to conc-al it.
demring this property to His Majesty: General La Fayette, at the Iad 01o dc- .,o o'ckock, in the family vault in the dieherry, on the Ttndevenum road) a vil- -
but ssll decree the vessels and property putaiori who came to thank hin in the Chapel of St. Nicholas, Westminster-Ab- lager informed them tha a woman had I
belongirnftothemfberestoitdtotheclaim. name of the Chamber for his voluntary bey. near Henry the Seventh's Chapel, been torn ,bnut two ,,.-,irs before by a Unknown Sect.
ints on paying costs: from which decree alhlication, appeared before him 'We with great futtcal pomp WVhen the pro- Tiger, and said he wotild .ho,, the'theI pe -t, Sti'sexo cucty, .\1, J. Sn1ot.n.
if the Ei.izors are dissatisfied, they are at tound him,' said General La Fayette, cession began to move from Northum- Jungle to which hie tail returned; they ac- Pssed through this town on V.'ednes-
liherty to al-ral to a superior Cour', 'upon thisoccasion, as upon many others, berlanrl House, just before one o'clock cordingly went ith hiiim. Several villa. day las', ten Pai'gnims sixtht mn and tour
here it is probable the subject has been acting out ofthe ordinary rules of calcu- the bells of St Martin's Church and the gers followed with iom;oms. They were, women) from W\VodL,tuck in the state of
under the discussion of ablcr minds. and lh-tion, neither affecting the pathetick dig- Abbey began to toll. It was preceded not long ir finding the remains of ihe wo- Vermont, on their way to the southward,
where the intentions of our government nilt of fallen greatness, nor evincing the by the six beadles belonging to St. Mar- man's clothes, with a basket and some possessed of very singularrppearance and.
with rcspecr.t to it can be fully ascertain- uncontrollable dejection of disappointed tin's parish, with their staves, in deep 1rass which she had been g-thering The depnritment.
e,. ambition of hopes crushed, never to re- crape; accompanied by the High Consta- villagers soon roused hin, 11 I..assirnl from I'hey profess to he the only true f..,1.-
n- i ..m--: : ,ive; and of splendour quenched, never ble of .'"istminster, Mr. Lee, who was one part of the Jungle to another, he lowers of J us Ct ris, :.nd his Gospelh
to rekindle. We found him calm and followed by two mutes on horseback; then caught one of them and torn him very and are in a speci'. mariner called oftGoa
Literary Communicatiou. serene; he received us wvth a faint but came four horsemen in black. Banners severely The great noise made at the 1to 1go forth into the world to do, and that
Tilt subscriber, hlvinr it in contemnla- gracious- smile; he spoke with filmness of various kinds were carried by somi time caused him to let go his hold, and contir.u-ily. hisi will; f..r vhich purpose,
iaon to pu ishi. in the course of a fev :.in picisaon. I think thile parallel for of the thirty-six horsemen in mourning, retire to a large bush on the edge of a I they have orsken their houses and lands,
months, bme Biographical Skefthes o( 0 his m.ument was that when he presented who attended in the procession: first, a tank. The gentlemen then surrounded rIelatives and friend-, and 11l this world's
the Cle vy of the ProteLitnt Episcopal his breast to the troops di awn out against streamer, with the Union flag and some the place, but riot supposing he was there erijoyments, and litti i t,i mariner of the
Chur-ie- in these states, wishes to obtain ;im, on his retain from Elba, exclaim- of the bearings of the Perceys; next a bin- from his being so (quiet, one of them Apostles, are travelling from place to
of Lt-', friends and others, who have the ing,'I am your Eiperour; strike, if you ner, with the crest, kc.; then the full went to look in, when lie rose from the place, toring good in the children of men.
ir, 'ans kno" ledge; the following infor- will' There have been splendid traits in family arms, displayed; afterwards the middle of a bush. rvith a dreadful roar, IThiey have :I pr-.phet o- Iltader among
action conceininI those who liave either the life of this man, not to be recorcilcd suicoat, with the sword and coronet, t'ul. lept upon a villa :*, sd threw him a them, who occ' ionilly preachs, and
died in their missions in this country, wo to his other modes ,of conduct; his char- lotwed by the helmet, crest, and gauaWlets. couiiderable dista- :; while in the act of! mist of then 11. ,S,( in the I-.':,- c an-
have been removed from them, and died acter is out of all ordinat'y keeping; and rhe ducal coronet, on a crimson velvet Iapig, lhe recei- a ball in hi-i hinder way as they pass by. They seem all de-
in other countries;-riz. to him the doctrine of probabilities could cushion, followed, carried by a horseman quarrt -, which lai' m or, his back, but vrotiotn and humility, and are continually
1. When, and where born and to what never, in any instance, be applied." on a richly caparisoned hose. The lie still kept holl i.. d man, in this pnsi- ent-aged in the service of Christ; holding
r.aliion brought up in their childhood hrarse anJ eight mourning coaches were tion, he got anotie ir bis shlioulder, which loithi the power ,,f his Holy Spirit, as
anOi vouth. -- '". each diav,-n by six horses richly plumed made him furious, the thliri gentleman conmunicatrd nIIn them, saying 'hat the
II. W11hen and where graduated, and Extract of a letter from a yoing Kentuchian and caparisgned, and the carriages were then run up and sent a charge of shot ,Mllcihirum i; near at hand, and that the
the different Ihotouirs they afterwards re- in South America, to his friendin Le.tingtn, adorned a ith all the various escutcheons through him, a spear shackled him to loIt t ibes ait Jud.h, are now beginning ao
civcd firon theit own, or ar other col- dated. and' achievements which the boast of tie ground, while ,illagers (one or iwo, be q there in, and the way is fast open-
leie. T"L, ima, Tiarc 1, 1817, heraldty could give; Four square ban- lur the the others hA'il made the best use ing hlen the tour quarters of the world
III. W sen, and where ordained Dea- The splendour of the palace of the ners vete also carried by horsemen on of their legs) thumped his head wilthl %Il be ,itrhered into one told of such as
con and PIIest, and by whom. vice-roy in this place, is not equal to what each side ol ti S ease large stickLs, which Moor, put a> end to %ill ,:ceive the thue spirit of faith; not;
Ihn, and in Ihat chores they I had expected to find it, but the magnifi- )Order or the Procession. his existence. He wtas muie tlan sev.-n tie fLith which is received by chiistiarfr
se,. ctiliu, and i castes of rmoal, celce ol the churches is far beyond my sx. i1eat,,s (ofdie Painh of M-. Mhrtin in the feet Iom his nose to the end ..t his tail: cI thie pt'srut d'ly, but such as is accom-
w.n \n' adwhere remove they died and the ,wers of description. On the altar of rcs, in i htch the i'm tion to judge from the conditions he was in he pianiied "ith hol) fe. They hnve no abi-
t '1\ha,,, anii I hei they died and tone ol the churches, called La IMerced, rei.knce ;i s;ta.,e.1) mtus have n,.mde great depredations in ait, .I'ig plJe i si ,:" but travel as the
Vl ,ether dthy ever ar it is said, there are gold and silver aid silk scai neighbouthoot. Loi d u air Taey nay the people of
Vtt! o hr]ti h published a the amount of no less than a milli ri of M ,. J '.-,' and Son (the Und..-rtnakers) on .The man, who was last atugit, hal hts tie world are ol the Irvil, for they cannot
thn,, ,bnd it so, whatd a ere tlie titles dollars. A crown piece- t, j Virgin h ..ctors nttd, *n sk -eat, and arm so very mct 'latt- ra, that I ,n r i the LLiU id be Chtist's.-They
tSi-c i.t,,l.-iatnno, and the year. siay,,in another church, cost thinrty thou- dresses. a.iaid he will e ver be at, to use it, the .sk rna ch,.rity; move very slow, with a
Sptclicaens olt ti canpnsitions, show- snd hatls. Churches, convents, , ir.g their mannri and slyle of witint, without number. There are also *ome Th SIAr.r.uiM. .ithu part of his aide in his mouth at thie the Lid oill piovidc fI,,r then, for where
would also be highly g ratifying to the other edifes of considerable size b al Four flor-.men in cloaks, same time, they go, uhere- he is. Their dress is very
su.iberaer; and, it is phsumed, would be hlabe r, niches atd taste, appear to have ForThe Guidon. u. beau it LI J i thar i.
tlly so to r s of s lttlbeen spent upon the churches. In the ,..-at Bnner, with hs nGe's string. Qideeni, .. 1317. bet s.nn t:. a'r. lhe.
Tit it a iI.hblick -qu acres, convents, &c. there a-e Four Hiorsenr n eti cl.a. s. .: --
'" The rl-a.-t en. tietrib ice oflhe Ji"T copper founttains cr.ntinuallv spouting hi.e The Hl-lmet adCrest. iCacC:eta, .I/fra l 5. .Ar, t, r hba -pa, 2S. 16.
"-all Ih.,rsh. hlcr, teyslep in dt." fresh water.. In all the streets runnnthg Potr Hnrrnen in rlo.rS. Self.Imniolation. TwN OF AL.An.AM
imiu(. ha -les the above information, east and west, thee is a canal nt wat.r, Thi ".rg-t, b-.,id, airt Si ..o. Last Tl .u. d..v wek, aS ,ice, or fr- We oiu-er:., tiy a n,,t..e in the Geora.
-- ..' ,,-,r {.-n' t nrnc tm n In clatks.'-
wlhi. h it-. i9s tho se "l h e ve si-rva- tliich a'lds vtry much to the clieaninrress T ,'. C-.-.Iu.t.ii.,t, hi ,ilhsaarl.:and drqses male sacrifice by b ._, r.g, n i ] i. re .i..ir.al o thie :5.. i.t. ri'.a a new ato u
their genetcation, and now do sleep in .f the city. Limna contains a population o' Tl -i bto.e lor., ,r. ph; Ch "., tin ; orrn[.I. r wohld co:'.sid, r him- about sixty thousand inhabita comnipos- c.n-cr.a., bariiii4 oan a imre'on played by the victims, th.r fton onie.'.-, .'.t B! f- '.:,n iihe co-t side of the Alabi-
gell as ta dt r gte ,t oblhations to ht, edoften or Itelve thotisand Spaniards. nhelac cuh'n, trinsick cilicumslaunccsc.ok place aK'uiih t -t-. ten niile~-hy landtrm the jurc.
breih'i I, iae i.nlt teii E'i.pi.-.pal Cl rgy in ,nd the iest Indians, n-egrioes, and the I Tht DUn. l Coronet, gh'aut. -1 ,am t he Ct..t u anjr.d T'alljpu.asa This
these site-., prosdcd they would condes- innumerable mixtures between them and h t, : ri.hl c ~, tcd c ris-onS The victims l superluttion, ii ie pis- tana a.ull p.it c-, ;irun its situation, ria-
,.ett to lurr,;sh Iliari with the same par- the wlites, 1 he climate isthemost de- vescutcheons. entinstance,wse ethe to.uwives olfNt Nllo.,, iv icc.liar, ai.d imput ta'.t advantages .
S.,a'sns rslCeliti, themselves, as are spe- ichitful you can imagine; it is a continued THE HEARSE, a physician, arind iahabit int oft' S/irv.a B': Ltr in the m .'-.Sti of .a rich and fertile
eified in thei 1I i1, S3d, 4th, and fith, ar- spring the whiol, '-ear rnund; between the Drt.wrin by -i' b. aiatiul horsies, decornteJ w'hh z-r, the first aged i t enlty-three, ad tre e c,.unu.iy, an]d tic!. a, concerning those who have gone cold~tst and the wa me=t weather the tiet'- tti- H..ra'l--y tihie Noble Panrmil), second only seventeen. By a regulation ol hiealthiy spl,r.: .ly t .h'e heard of naviga-

l i.. cn in' i t ie Cirirs:iarn ministri.ati,. mo i ter dos niot ary rore th:ii 10 On each d rof il s .teOi t Oc1, government, beftr any sacrifice ol tl.i- i l.,- i it \ih s -u-re ,1 it' inl-i bitni h iliat
S now niyinT, %e hope, in the Eneiy spccies of truii eI ir, per- Bnners.bt mi-non huerseback, nature can take place, notice mu.t bie ilts',g ol If .ilil, Wiaithe [l tn.it lavouiia-
wc i1 r-f .pm its. ithat ieoard which aWas-a te:t'ion tlhiuglhotrt th. -t1. ,; tc hivce t I .. .V.iih e-.ih is -.rtentlant given to the police, and we aire Itiformned ble F.eil for luteratniv conime ce.
11i. Litlithl usi v: itsl C:',risr. our tab'e. every day, del-a aitful applv-., page. <,, foot that the officers attached to the police
The cliaeg in, tch %tIle miehit easily peachesl, ornges, and 1[ine ap-pii. 1i All the men uh'- c.uried trophies ore sIk establishment of the twenty-four Put:ir- T..e pulitick ale ie A1t in sh mS 'la
ronr-i uuni.. Le t. te compiler of this wo k ncvc-r ains: and only two or thrc i., h cart ahs, with a laudable r.,ianitr ,eri;l',yfd at "I)iied-h vi. i g;e r i., I,.,i: .\itI 4
napihre -.- -r(h-'5- went uhi[,a., NV weight tT~ tlus, wthaldblei rit t at'abyeeightITi.yJ
S-i.-, ini,.Tm.,ti.rn ,s hne riqLuestsi, a d it. n i. s ,- it' s ever having thanderedor lighti- L a i. b, s" t ne na.,,iy erdei ou l to ,tai ithe mik..e., to 23, a i.u iL. to 6t .' 7 d .; '-..4-,
s=,eo,.e uhsjtiI thtndered.i. .light; coaches, bt' itra]rswntsixtnne.t[ .mlmA
rn..r.ner io, which would subject him io n:.! her-e.ae recordarcord- iihef hly o nl ,t-% a- "ed ,omen r-nm their intl tdleteinmn-tun cens. Thcqu 'at sl. In. tt .., '- .tIO
bl.'u hli le expinsoe, by adrpttig the ll.ow this place; oi t hicht ct-.i -IInI c'lh. ir. t- bh ; pages iTheir pt.r. t-tio-` I it c%'e i ,buiina t ti'erly .a .-, :it ir t: t.'nt -i.d..i .- '.'e

-the eyrcotcst part al 2 alars- thei a,'e- cd a.;ii, sri :.: '.,ii cnffee, and 540,0'6'3 royalists Iquaah1on; each party claims the "'- .. i' ha-r -'- s gu;ii i ., ir ct .,ii,'
rage a lce about fivue dollars th:rty fluve 1 specie, a prt c tO, t:Ic privateer Patriot. pas- "d FOR _L h. p m:r..u .i m an
edarga '.e_:.r o av. Am elnia. We *rreer, victory, but as the royalist. dil not suc FOn SA L' cp' *.mit 11r i t t l.'r ,Hr trtT ,. ,i,.
cents an acre. sand that she is one of the fifteen sail captu- ceed in forcing the passage, the patriots On the Ounchita rRivir, State o ,.p.-, ..: r ,I;.,i,. I. p l, i.: t
rred by ti r prevateEr'roma .CeOt. VIp.-- .'i' T e i: 2 r.-,I.Ir ;i '. ti r ti e
An ettenive qarry of Gypsum has b prteerfroma ft. manifestly had the best tofthe diy. N.3 as. Louislar.a., ,' -it :n. ,,,,r .J t
been la,-l.v di-_c.,ve;ed on the mn r eri rl distance from the king of Spain had, n A .,' r,r: i .-i 1 ,l- .117 f.' ,:.-r ., ici,:;
James liver, about 30 miles bI low Rich. Battimore, S 2ft. 22. t time, arrived in t Oronque, -fS pa d.tA A.- .. ,'. lil !" ..e- :- '.To
fnr,rnd. ThIe GypLum, Irom samples that Six Hundred Thousand. It will be rocollectc'd that Fitzerald, :.'- ",
by bend lehbited, s be en pronounced The scorn butt Vrginis arrived this governor of Augustura,as some months T li or, O tr, ,. N,, ;, t. i.t :e
by e'rd jrdgei, a)be Ifaquality c-qua! mnrninz, in 23 h t-,urs fr.,m Narfrilk 'i ugt -s a p ,i.1 .
to Pla.ter of Paris. This ill be ran in.- 60,0o(0 dollars in SPECIE, forte U i go accused of treachery, an'd sent ofl I.i.'tit e't s. lr- i ., th' t. '- r 'a .' ,.1 'r ic is,
valuable acquiu,,ion to tlhe neigh'bouring ted States Bi,rk. Morillo, the governorur general of the pro-t lnd;. ca-n hc. f: il h' h.. ..' 'r
country* Capt. Bernard, of there schr. Blazing, vince, to meet his fate. It would row ap- tr.:. It e'-rndi fi-,i h h I,.,,:. ,,, ,', ., b corn,
S ta r, ar riv e d at th is p r ir in 16 d a y s fro m p e a r th a t h e ha's b e en h o neau nr biy u t, *rr F -otrt erlr ,,, ttI. O ., ,,,. 'i, ': r .iar id w ith co in ,
Sil / sbarre, .ept. 12. Cape Henry (Ijyti) has favonred uswith pear that he hb on bly quitter Ri "t ,&
Farcl.cci nt -D rin the sl verola file of paprs printed at hat pl,',.d of the charge, since he is again at Augut, -2 ,td lecn' ofr" nttlh lt-,' (.. .'
rain whir. i ,11 orn %'edntes'Vy last, amostc which h w ver c nta, ine as before. Ceruti, g.vern.:.u hi th, t I.. h ''.". j .
i.tal accident iHappened at Newport. A ol'remark. of Fort Guirna, who -as lately.t.ken pri- lation; a-ircrmsntace ,,f ;,nn0 ., r.,,-.i ,, I. ,. r .,s l ant es,.
r i l n s l a w h r n y l ha a r re u d dgii'dte frtnm rop.rc., hI,- r ,It ." .1. C t t. n"- I -she ,,. %illalar I t ts', awr
young mn., srn r,l Mr. Jacr'b Graver, Prices Curreot aetCofe Henry, 20th soner by the patriots, n;s shot five days to *rteglanAto i nrnaptr.. r '.' .' r .- l! he "
shbile moving away a lo d of oats, was Aug.--Crffee It) a IlI doll. per 100 lbs. aater, The commandant ot mae, named r and to il pu -i 't %s orw oi.i t .i p I-' _; ,', ,'-t 'tl.: ptht Pl6i
struck by liglitnring and instantly killed scarce; cotom i $22 per quiiital, note; u a er The oImm2a't toia'tine, t n he jsii'nn'ud ''iI ir -n'n',i, ti 1I.';- ..'-it i ...L.. t, r. b -<. te 'aid-
His sister, hI-avirg a small child in there ga, 6 pl.nt); coc,,a t S per 100 lbs; Echenique, a man ot exermplaty chr. c tc nat ,e; o-, rh lor iial, .- ,: ..... ;Ir I.".t L.AND i ;, the ud
house ran out to see te corpse of her niola-ses 54 cents the velt, scarce; flower and highly esteemed tihrtoughoutl thecourt- This Ii d was granted h ttl,. -.p.. :.I, ., <.1 h-- r .. n
brother, ,ho had be,.n so untxpecttdly $16, p yable in cfee; cli i $45; h er,- tmee -tb.ute 20 ieai mEn 1 N 'i.;ft1 hE 't i
called tr nm time tc etcrniy. She retrn- r n in s 6; heeS 6 e r pork 24-; l$ rd 27 r rb' Jt r ed the same e. e u' me t i'bh, t b .r, to ',,p,20 N,- a oi' l li:,,Cl B '',.mi,- .;, crr,, II',
ed i, a f. l moments after, but im .gine cents; butter 25 cents, codish 5 a $6 At the Coimmenci ment al Yale Coel te t pke rot.. re ir.n .. I r. i.,orc
r her fhle e h d I t hn l,0dad n tlhe 6 eny lumber dull ata v n ,e. a h Cn dme c,.ment at y le Cul er ind other provi., .I ..tpr., ,., rl,,e ,,[ B i, Ie n, he ; C o -'Ph .lpli., ,n-
h e rsfeelin g sc,,d otirm iNu-e fG nltn s l,e q awIima i helefh:, -wT .v
the child site had It ly;n-dead on the t aegeev:, 10 is hed ree o toNrii- suior; in :pr,'l.i,,icdt- ," n hr,.:st ridge ,' the ,,, o l... _.l ..
BThe Colooet hid arrived at as n ehemlor of es'Aconferred on '62 c r e. Csu Oat-', Pni.'' T a't optiitid i sI. n i, 'awle, a
floor! N bhruits or ma.ks( ot violence a dozen vessels in port-some there seoei oung gen tlt- mien;hoe lMl;o a'sur(A Mt-i ,s,.t r. i .' oh h, e thn I
S bere to be seen on its body, and the an oad p u o encourc- 3 In A -.i t MtplI-s.- .p-cots-:r.t op.n h ohi h,- ri ri, thrs1 ,z .
Twere tobseen on.i as nod, v d" he months andnot NInaded. No encourage- rn2in crs and or 16 out 'ourr.Ian di nac 'c. eio loti s or ti1 :.e:I- .-ccncss.. aC.lJ ..nhip rnd sel
cause of its -sudden dtath oas not then, meant o shippers. p nl nel eding 3 o i t n p. L a io I.l ,an i e:'I a, ,
1.,rT is it vct, avcetlantrid. T e- hnoioitry degree oi iae- of At rs Ne eOle.n about 451, by a r I.' ri.er, tl r. l
-- was conilerred oti Gen. rJus. Sw t, ol the gfblerrht-cl' wiih r ,i; 'm,._t o'l ..-,. p-,-N 'h .l.' ''r,,"i fr,,>t,- i r .
v .A ,, Yorr., .t/: .22. Extrictof ia lettrrfrorn St. Thorria,,dated Sep. Enrg'incers, and others. The degree ol Dr. Ti he P or foii (J.''r-. -i'.':;.aL 'i.I ccttt: 'it'r 1 T"hl ,i" ,Ii ,. t i )ii,2 ,,.n. St
A" WrYfi, itt Itsand Tt-ITheldegree ofiDn.h-Ii t..i'a1. rn ..1j. r
"a te ber '2, to a:ea rtleneain i th;scgt' t d.l ied. of L aw s or., H n Jona Ing erso ll, L ieut. is .lpfd ei) '.v.;, itc; n _,1 ttlen',, *IT,1'K in ,. '1 11 t' i [,T i, n-.d l. .'
W \ 'e have be,-n fi -ovu 'ed ( itit inle perusal "GV e ,,av criut nt, lrOe. that Ad-miral Coy, and H--on. Zeplnan b1h S'1ifWIJudge a! prouer ,e t-: dino;ng ,lie l:, -., 5.i Ii 'i..", 1,p hti I, 1 4; reiJ ,1-.. ....H. .I .
rf a 1, tier fromnsGibrialtar'. .f te 2d uli. It Brion, through the importunities af hii the Supreme Court (f the state of Co siun rds le, (ifarkebut. Nitd JUtSl,_n',.irde': ,'.O '",rt- 'em crlrt l, *k 'adI rpo Ii'i. n tte ,
ays, tot flwc.t'r.I,:re is none in first hands, officers and "ubordi t made d e- n Seticutpe pooi tr.ct l pp,, t'. 1,, C' i, it a.ri rh. Fi". ,'-'. itrt";l'l e : i 1
inh aC mmr twhe St ie I, t. ,, l-, I-,c. I." on ,: sh, h.,
Suld anticipate i r three attack or, the royalist at Au ura, Rev. C A. ,ich was elected Pr.on..jU th I c;n.i1F iTh eite a ..t ,- lnr t 'n.t- -i,-i t1'-;: ih. n t. .
four dollar son tie first arrival. Tl'he last which terminated in the Aentira dea, thet oaf or lrl lessorcRhet irik h .voiIue r0 bie- er. I "ic'I a I' ritSt
,sroil parcel d i Kci nmicky' r o b crw .s sold Umof the latter, and the reduction of the in t .irc act t.d e fn.-r ,bl7r11.:. a i u-,la( ir ofe- n r r h,. t v u o. .
at I.'ipercwt bill a cared olas been sold in twhoe province of Guiana to the control ol At Pittburgh,, b Pecnn i v a ni, on he .,il frle i s r, bet.,,c A, ., N.,li h. a r ..l,, ,,, ,i be sol... i.
patriots.t-.nPr"he-,o timL ,_ c..tri re taTil.fl1F Ats- El rl ,'i- trr, -el,, Ice'te ll h.',i e so.i '
ani cpaltion ai 9 nxpr ced hler in all this the p riols. A part of the land and se s inst i hntlst a saIlute was flin1, r. si u .h- H c.ickory, biatrt, t.. r e.i -:, rth ...r .,, l -, i .c
n ,.h. 'No r ce nerea,i oord rquality-dut forced the rnyL is l nsuroe aeed, and h. nour lot the Pl esile-t, a me ioc rholsy a nu..t1 .r l a r,,p-a'.' i t..d cr d ri-i Ih, or i i P -r ..r r, -n:, ct ,., sheep, tu ,
not moretiat7i50 rirllarot could be pit the suivisingg reanw t eo the ary yescap, cident occurred. Vlrtle eng-geri in nht .rge-itcrapr. t.t4upel. imn!-'IIity iUt"cotton.ihelrd tadk. ch. in |T.i,.
T avi.s.in S,. 6,ttanot.veysood." e d -),: tO .rate, Th ,,..,l .,,,h ...v. .sl d he-t hl, -;fr ..
"hr .ame Itcttl' q i tmli Am, c iiow- Marar itt, ih tihe iri entiun, it is said, ar i and y much burnt anl d lcerT al.e.'ishp t.-, : cm t l.' rne bid, .. ,.
cr atl 1ollars-G. to dispossss the ioyalistsol that island :essrs. John Dusing and D~.l. Gel.- tc g-t : tte it; i ,. ret":ld.i-s ufir. The
o-f rt "No u ther tite expiedi- wicki., M I. GK hsiks' leg h-is beer tfn,- .,1i.gt .,, itai n n tid e ,, cd the t-.':" t roo i .... r, n i n l Iri.
A gentlem it' arrived in town on Situr- 'tion have reaclihd; but letters have been putated abee t kne;andhoe arc .ch lNe OpnI t ,s ,..,.n, rc at te. 0 o'gi .
day, wlio a few weeks since "ell in at sea received, containining tlht amouu t what r i tertaincd .,f ,I ,cov ry T itny r, r c- .. .rc e -,,, h d ,. ,. be -f lth k ee; n T h eip atll irthai d" se ,rlt in O pe t tOI si
with a p iz--ti) the pi ivaleer T'rte Blood- I i tovesstated." u "t ane Mry 1 r is no tso tii ctrr n,:tr. e., vrl ,crn nt rE i4rriatrc --s
ed Y' ,uke Captain Jewett; and was it, e C u,lined b}- M r D d irig is not so sen. e. :,, r t C a le., ',.,; terntient arrc'r.,it~ d. -.intr J- i d l li n i 1',
lIoTmed iv twe. piize matr'r, thit before W aanr.gton Ciiy, Sept.'22 o2s. f,; ,,, sti l ...i t.J. .il- at .. ,r,,,'t ,l ] } 'e,:-r '
r'% k;-,.I olp IE .,,ce .t 26 .
he It it 'be privatleer she had captured a The qustSIon tespecliig the C',urt :. he land vt.iL b. tll on the rt r,..nina.
Sprtshhsl,,polfwar, alterasnort engage- Martial lot the trial ol cert.Arin cargus P'iCE OF STOCfKS ,irli .'i'.. ) d,
l,.eC --Alr. .M tr. -against the Co,,,ma.ndarit 0o Ir,: .l. ,rmt r -,,,',, irer .;n to,,'n.l,,psi ,..i'rttr rTo, l,,,, n< "II'., it-3 R ward.
L h-- o Corps, is at ICiength settled, and the C.ourt PF i.tr, LFi.iSept. *5, ll7. orl vl'. qini ii)t. Til United Stae, ,te ._lig Tg. '.%' fi,'T, l,-: i ub-.;l..r oil *- 'h i .
T hec n...n.dth it on aiom Legtorn the" rt.- .:i'or. d, ,erlip 1, ',rtli acir ii t I ,,'" Line 'l ;r I it'; jii' 1PH- I.P' T. ",
The sciir n r" :,n s, f'om Leghorn, ninonri c i. n i al nn Snauiday, t United Sta,' Stock, From ti I.in:- I ri.:t nil, c .,.cr.tid fir p',,:.i. ,rih hril. .1 I tot p.. i'-. r ,C r ti l te height nl .-
has on h,..ard tl.r r M onumet to I.e erected the addition to its former n s ee bi o 0 6e%,:n perc:,nt, 1 Ii A i -- I r,*.r ,'h i -.r.. L tC asked l' ,'r .i,', xnlih a E-, I' I tF,' .',boti 1.' v trs sort art] -,l t .
at ,i~ahtor ouroe'oCf Vasliiugtoni h. ot. Je p e sup ot the Arn y, and v .i tw o A LouiisiH six percent, 12 ,,,, s, n, r .: ,, ..: n p.rr, t. 0102 b r g a t r A b I u e, f.,r ,r 1 r ot h a a -:i.-c 1. Ii 'r,rk r,,,
.. -. -- vi,._. ficeri ol Mariner s, lM'j. Sinith rid Maj..r Old aind dierted six 01 0 L.h,.s.r f..,, it.. -i ,nl"'. _f ..' ..leftsi;dc ,_'-O .k. 'i.;a:,cd, ,oi..',i. tl. btli ...
ittistioseroom j 1.0''ra.i' core.L--'ow

Flower a:t iiti/1a7 -A ie l II iier
HAil .., halted the II Ith iist. itceived by
the vay iof Boaton, statt:s, that Floner was
then selling in that city at sevtineen dI-
lars aiid a half in cash per bbl. and was
very scaice.

traom the Ne,w-1Yirk, G'-e,-te, Sept. 24.
Capt. Nixo-n, from Lisln, brings des.
patchc f:.: .-. tr ..' Can' '. r**'" I!'"" hep
Poriuguesae g',er'nnint to their Minis.
ter at Philadrlpli'S.
A few d 'ys before Capt. Nixon sailed, a
Russian brig arrived, that had been taken
by a Tunisian corsair, and retaken by the
captain, who hove overboard the prize
crew. consisting of eleven persons. The
captain was severely wounded, and one of
his men died at Lisbon.
Capt. N. left at Lisbon a fleet of 25
sail of transports, to sail on the 29th oh
July, with troops under convoy of three
Two Portuguese Indiamen, valued at
fliree hundred thousand pounds, had been
captured by the privateer, formerly the
Congress, of Baltimore.
Two 74's had sailed from Lisbon for
Trieste, to take on board the Princess
one of which saa launched for the express
purpose, alter having been eight years on
the stocks.

The sloop Duke of Wellington, 5 days
froni St. John lor Ncw-York, landed a
Bestor-. on Thuisday last, the Hon Ward
Chapman, one of the Commissioners un
der the 4thi article of the Gheil't Treaty,

Ci:arleston, fJrft. 16.
Latest fri'o Amelia Island.
By a gentleman passenger in the sloop
Hernmit, arrived yesterday morning from
St. Mary's, we have received the following
On th.: 4th inst. Gen. M'Grecor resign
rd the command or'lie patriot tio-'ps t.1
tinned on Amelia IslaniMl. He staled tha
his reasons Itr resigning were. nat he ha
been deceived by the company who wer
to stipplv hlim n ith the m ans to cAdiy o
hlie %tar itn Florida. He and his lady ha
g;one on b.ardi the privateer Gen. NIM Gre
yir, hoaid to B.ltimore-Colonels Pose
.-.nd Parker, with a number of offices an
men, had abandoned the cause Th
force on tlhe Island was abmnit 40, roficer
maid men. Tbiere were lying opposite th
I sluid, the Buenus Ayle.an privateer bri
lMorriana, of 18 guns and about 100 met
the Nati.,nal brig St. Joseph, of Io guf
and 65 men. The Veriezuelian private
schooner Jupiter, had arrived on the 9gi
inot. with a Fiench hermaphrodite bri-
joated with suar' and coffee.
On the night of the 8th Sept.ahbout'5
Spanish troops, pLincipally *" arrn
vTLed on the Isl nd; and on the morning o
the 9th ailacked the Patriots about a mi
fioomi l-'ei nailina, but were beafr-n off wi
the loss on a major and horse killed, an
'.ne taken prisoner. Thie loss of the P
'riots was two killi-d 'ird four wounded
On tie night ol( e lOiih they made an
tre'r at1.,1 k and s' ere aqain I.eieln o
t- r1tii. tIlt l orio s s 1O d ''ii leliter side.
A.: -in ll SpUarsali, churr'er airivrd
It" I Ittn inst. from the C-,ast iof Aftic
sti't stlvcsk; not knowing the place w
in ih was ta.l 11 j,-,rs nIs .o ul bfy lie .Moi giant

pChhr'.ati,.l, Rpr' 1, o
A pan.sh ship, o.pwyirds.o(' of 1 ',Ann-, Lc,

1;iil right. percrlnt. itlith.ir. i .ppli-Etiln b klitti (post I ,.1) c.r in pisnn i
Sh, p,:rciit. Loan, 10d I i;nt l II mr L.e n : to R.. .A, i l C ,le- o.i.si l.
-4=- Three pcr cent. 67 68 J lt Oct4. lor' at Law, Diarlingtoi N .i: anld to Henr) Bri.
PI-Li A lEIl Pi-IAt Bink Stock, 'I Tlhrn.ji B Lc .Ui'. ,:,] i pin,'s rt lt.l:...,
PHILADELPHIA.Unitedtat, 15 49 S (.h.a. ,ho till sliw ile lar, Isi d g
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT 27. 1217. Pe.n~sl\anirA '* -L:3 ;i,t.rma t;ion[ ,i prs. i .lispo; e I to v,._.
..- N(rtl. America, 138 14 ,then Mr Co, i. ill.daf r.J in m ruciion a-- to li. 1
It is sjid that M r. B'ileau, lt sci : Piilrllp'i!;.,, lu4., --di off I.etl o. l t'ur peci Lts l.p'..d tI ii. : rli.-
F.rmr-. &t Mech:slnc.'k,'13t 1.5 .'.,ur. r., her.'hg i;slte.d hir lln sel" w lt li A, IV'\m
tary o'f state, has avowed his dh termin, C arrd.., Nl luI ro ,, iits.
tiun to support the candidate of the penpi( Coiin.':rciil, i') per ent N'.T The t axc .re all p'i.,. ar d n., M'-iit.
M ech. i.icik-"' 5 1-, 36 Ii'r .3 p.I. t'r-L i,.j1i'I.ni e iir, i ...-r ,,hEr iI,,cr, br.,, I- :..o i ..
Geri,. Ifeaser. for tie ( ric. Ot governorr, 2 -,, .- 9-1 IY. i ,' -. I,,, p ..,-y hTl, ;i pu ,r i.ap, r r .e tl. --
in opposition to the candidate of the offi- Northtrn Lr.nties, 34 -3 t'i 25 p.t. cirileId., iiJ, at Nu\' .- .d :.t IhdP ,i -.
G CvilM ri owi., 100 for 50 pd. :iri:, ,. '.I rf, i s .rr'oiit r 'le dA.IA.. lan prtd -
cers, and that in consequence he has beer, Inu.,,ce Sti,,,k, ` ] s,,, ., b, ,, :.,es ,'' olfi. ,,l ;,,''. ,,r
formally denounced from the treasury Pennsi h'ini:, 1"28 130 dhi'. off'. their !>,il an tie '-'.it'. Lit country arie !-1'i t...r
Nnri Amcrica. r 5 ih ,c9ion, iat N::. 7-', .; lith 6tht ,tree' P1ul,.
bench. rlnl, h 59 cr 60 p.L .lh,66.
Phil-''l lphia, I168 17" pier i'-, t n. ;i'r,ia ,i i, r1 -.:- ,nld ca be .-cn ri6
The name of Gen. JOSEPH HIESTER,, I's^iam ,. 3 4 for'U :',,: a,: ',l,: ., 0oP I C a i,r,,,. 'i,,-,rg p.,t o.
The of C .Del.aw're, -0 42 1.r, 4u pae. 4,,: Bnr.'r Bthriil. l t pa li tt titer coi ,IleI-lnear J:
is very commonly erroneously spelt HtI- Marine, 118 11 dit off it runi bc t,:-F.i-'-t', :.o iu k.A un t extra t or
sT-ga. Though perhaps it is not of sauci Ane1 5ta -- f0r t% ) lI' in is :' I. .s.n b' l
importance, it may be well for those who Water Loan, l2 ItiE.,t'] vl.ie tl.c s 1.,id, Laving ben rn.m.,r
have charge of preparing tickets to at- :City Loan, 0- 2 per cent. v.-el:s ontrvntr.:t, au-o Ih.r-*c.. clit;nformi-
Ilasonick Loan, 10 do ed.
tend to the subject. SchIylkill Bridge Sht'res, 93 -
Delaware do. 62 A ori -8 p ECrt,'iffom ),it',' ,l." .:tnri
F1iOM OUR CORRESPO'DENT. Lxtnc.isrcr Turnpike do. 10 ptr cent. n't\h..r- a conipuiton 1 i- rti'a n of tlie i iA-
Germmntown do. do. 80 tive prod.luive ii l. t 11I be .et-n rill tGie'
Offcre .fthe w endig P rt., ChIltenhamr. and 1 iUow 9 lar.i- ,i 0..a,/,., .'a d i- s it, ut.u;L .s. irL c .pa-
.,'w rirk, ,Sept 2 ----no'r. Grove do. ble of pir ileri ri'ni-im rIt I. r ; n-' iXL1h
By the brigt _rilt.h Tar. we have re- Ridge do. p5 p r .f i t-e .1ilI.d_.,I .Ii ori 1 1e t te 'rtiL.u; ;Ir,
chived a Demarara Gjaette of Aug. i 5Ih, Hosi- Tst till & Sprig i-Cation r.wi! il l.kbr lMiitalI e ii .
giving an account of the distressed situa Frrankolrd Turnpike dIo. 82 peir cent. "The v..e', of Tit- he-OulbiLM, is 'itp .r-s If
ol' Tras,ry vNotes, Old None do. thrice liundr'cil tild tr\ trl, i, I. It. lh, .ila
tion of tle inhabitants on the Oronoquc, ," -. Nes\ in its Lro:,desa p[ar't one lniinried niid lii' iit ii.
s (Sp-nish Maine.) COURSE OF EXCIHANGE -xt,.ndinr' user tirirre th.in tmenti t,-e thu-ii.
From he Guan a hronie Billon L'idon. at 0 d.o.ls, lUt 1.2 a 103 .nd suii .iar l 02 i.e l ,1 -ine, 01r ur0 .trd, i.t' 1)
From the Guiana Chronice and me- Binls on t-.l'rn, 4 4':4 asc.it p.guil nCl;oIg of .l-lt. iit L ,I:t'o-'S: C.rli.'titt itr -
rara Gazette, .lag. 15 Bill: c.r H.uiburtgh, 42. coi.m.bco ns .t 'iL.. .j.I |.i:, ,:
We haie received some intellig.-nce COIURSE OF EX.CH.IVGE FOR.B. t tC .,- 1 rcll. .
.t'OTES .x ,'. 1 PECIE. ilI re,.;, e ., 'h,. ld ll, ,1tt. ri ,.t
respecting the state of affairs on the Oro- .' EATSIR. NorTI deep irtIi:r -,t l.. '- .'c i .
noque-andi e have reason to depend un- Boston. 2 p c. adv. ,scd.,: ch'.. ,i.- ,I ., .,,. 1', ,,, ,. ".
htsitatingly upon its correctness. The N w NF' W ork,'w iETNOTES p.a ."' '..' ... t '', i'. ..'., c .'
P substance c-f our correspondent's letter, Trenton, - p *..'.'. '.,, : 7.
1- Cim e,,rlianl, do. S' toIL .
n which is dated at Pomeroon on the even State n.ank at New Brunwick,' do. T' fm 54, 4
irg of the lOih inst. is, that more thin 1B-nk of Nev Brtrunsmicl:, 3 p. c .s. "TIhre r,-cri lerhe:.t Fall, tbio I ti 1it
S00 I h l ne 1w 1 ol" the Stalte Batiik at N,'w BI rusi- iles i ,ilt e l ae, bit fr' il thi
- 100 Spanish fugitives ronm Guiana, had wick ..,r r,.cesed on dpoeit t de i Sh.iN. li! cri;tr ', .1I. 1 h1I B'util-'..ny Nre n t ic ,.
- re 'we Ad.. hon d.' ci.iatrn% 01 iip' l n lk one
t arrived. there within the three previous Bank. .Al L .i ,' h ,nJ has iop.r of itr, is \'.1
aft P thePFNW LV,,NIA 1%lrr q.1it t "Ai tli o f
d days, under circumstances of the most de- Bank of G.rnnatIto n (blein in Piiil..l I. Lt'a'tki tre h'i.V ,1I uli t ICr s,'b 'ct to i, .,,.CC ii., ,
e plorable nature. Deprived of all their phia c,-unty) is always rLerAtd.is cty tonrPs .-.iE i" rtl t :i'iv .'LI on 1h- ,
n propcrty-their families and friends be- naE e t-. JI-tert _rcN..t Hop"-, De. w 1re s 'i.e r. l n,. rl tln Jf ic 1 I'. ,l
cl .p i,.n -. ..r ,9rtesods fanm re.:-rLh to eininh; i.r.t one ., M .

"ith misery i- prospective too shocking
to contemplate, these wretches resolved
to cling to the only remainaingr hold that
appeared likely to prolong their exist.
ence, and to throw themselves upon the
protection of n people, whose humanity
and bnevolence were near implored in

Bnri ge, and rHummvtile,T 5
Suisquehanna IMridge, part
Little York. S p. c dei.
Lancaster, ,. .. 1 p dis.
All the reiit of'Pennsyil iria Ntl'.ts, 4
1 Easron Notes wt.: t-iken on deposit at the
CnmTnTercid.i Bank.
t H-'imeille Note- are received on dcpo.;it at
thi Mechanecki' Bank.
i S'usqnuehqnna Br'iid'e Company notcsa're re-
*evived on deposit at the PeRnsyl"'anra Bank.

S* IEtsva.ia NOTEc.
vain. Among the emigrants arrived at Wilmington nid Braudywinne., p.-*t
Pmnicrion, there are .several above S0 SmT)..,, i,-
a r o Falransrs' -iihk at ('oaiitl, wit'h
ears of aghe one is 92. The accounts br.,ciKrs or \V;iin.ton, N,.'. 21 p.c. d;i,.
they give of the country are lamentable Casile .,n, eorig-tol'n, )
Laur .I B.iik Notes,t 4 do.
in the extreme. Distress under its meobl asri..riemcrt has been made between
hideous lorm reignsr alisolre -The fle.l, I nth.' ,',t;fi:r o the. Wlmirngron and Briand witl,
bank and tlie tiaink of t i mr'ai lit, ha r .y m h
of mules, horses, dogs and oilher animals thi bn rhe r1.agic\ rCo i r .- -i iot':, oy tirc
is thought a luxui y,andl bears amonstrous trm:-r .1a depoirhirs.
tI h,. L ,iinr.I Bar- ha i lateIv scced.r' fr-im
price. Augustt.ura not having yet fallen, tir :,,-r r.l,.-inintsnthrmerly ide'V ith ttie Bank-,
as was pretmaturely represented in the eofth;. c"i[y.

Amrntican prints, is in a more particular
mTuner sIt.irjected to -iff:r'in.q4 It ins
closely blockaded by fltleen vessels, sta
tioned in a narrow passg. a few tmilt -
below-isupplies are by thlim ent"'.-1 ,t,
off feoin he inbabitants A san;nir,vy c:.-
a ..innm took place on tIe 7twi '.I' Is
o o ih. ret!nc.-n these vc..'vt and tlhe

Bailtirr.r.---.- :; ------ 1 I p. c. edis; .
Other MLrt land] Nntts, 4 a 12 1-2 do.
Rclrn,,-,i.l R:.nk.u' ltBranethe-. 1 dis.
,,-. rn P.akair the lttc ot 1, r'. 1 o .cdis
ri-irl, S '
*.lTa- '* i'irLIN C NiTrI.
Pi .. .Pk, 2 1-2 dis.
Nes brii S'r '- tnk, 4p. c.dis.
e-*In n'i .p TdisTES.
(leneraf'i ', a -*. '?s t' -rl.. p~ ds

of a florse., h.. l in h. 't r t.krril '. L;
C. dlE 6 'y p .]ti.:.. ,-i. lu H irt wi.h 11 .r1 -
h, im indl .I r mi n,,.r .f cl t r ,lt '. h h .*i b
Nar tb .. J cn.i iL y, 'n. n.y a ua.
p--r..n 'l.t Il i ke .p >.ul Irny aird r
lhim tI, nm e ;r M. .lf..i., o.-.. n,.'ln to. .
B.r'Ln i .i ( ..t ,iir. t o Nf .Ie .cr' s '.
trne himrai iri an-y i rl ; td.,t I c I, -get hniM .I
`ill] l bIIt r- 1lc.t -.. th- a 'l:.Cve c ,[.l w lV
i'r ',son il"l. cllt l .s'' -S D',l
.1T,,.*,,/. -t;p" 22, l' 17
N H aI .- .' l :'c'O r .ii. b' .s *'- "t
b-.. 1jy ih i ntrl.l', >i ,, F ,int,... a Ca oopei
od. d ,t ri n i't, it t1he sla tr e i IT. .
Se pi. 3 '. r't ',
'en idhlai-s Reward.
\N tan i rrii,ni t .i. l)-Iat';iLr in Ma ontg'r. .
lLrv mIcouIn, P..rir, FREDF.RICK GF.- rt
1 G..-rn:,a t Irmrplt ,'n..rr about '24 e. m r f.,.
I.Isrt-k c' rr,;,l.:. i. 5i. f--.t .' or 9 iichc lin.- ,
on a black ,h.'I, hat.li.n. k liith co t, 'a te i
Oin '*st iTi [i L ,:k s.p.rnr ls, ,nd ,Pn \e a'l
't V l \i h ioet e r rcto -i h i 'um either Li t' .
'uLt-, ih._- or ta No 9i. North idl stret, Pt"I
'lUlpii shi ll r'e,:'i: e the above reciar.. \'itl 1.

t- dward Jenkins,

Sept .M3

,p. 3

No. 1 ?6. FHi', Stirt ir,
/i I c.rtii id i-I, thea l i' arl'riut t ra EsnA t.i i.'
6" lEPPAtUD'- London CLOTHS aiJ KI r.'
s ~ Dmr.u).s,
\ .rn: T.hiG D, Do,
l',.,:.t. I,, i ,nI inn BeDL bNkI" .,
T'.. ,il ,rta d PIili B ,.'ILB.\ZL C%
t;. I ti-N T'
G' l ,:'. ek.ig B.ZEL-S.
Sr ,-", C '.-...' :. /'.fro.m Ca'n ,n ,
S. INr.'; SI!K., hi..
4.4. 5i. I. I 6.1 Bl:..k RUil; Sl.\>WT-"
.4-4. 5 1, ind C-I \ i te D-'. Do
-4 lInrt Do. Do;, '
4 .! Pin;., and F-'nr3 Silk H{KFS.
I. : i: k 'a ; Lk [.4 PIN ,G.
i -: 1,nI r.lo.noed EN5H.A\t'S,
S etlJ c-c.lr.j1n ,i1. rId hg,-irrctt .V\il: NE T
lI', -.} \TTI'NS,
II'. 'i II.ai n, soIn Sv-kn,n, :nT
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sent 13 eo.tt.lxcpp'

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M., ',...,, .i .1, t ,,,- ,- 1/s r il. ''.uded ,-i.-..- h i'l, s I N oted
r,. i.'il I ,- nn imbrr ,.I idvlrdividat-. 'ln rt Hs Ori N \ E 'F
' ',.t r.,n, tream :eTCH OINTMENT
bricnd '- n, reini>t iah.'.iie c t..i.ni' l I t Ch tern .. .. .
arnd ti, inier t' it i, e:xc it -i, I i 11c vIi ble noitlr,tirr ne, .1sno reCqommui :
i o.ril nl.-- .i i ,,I Io.r.; b'c'.,i known to be ,
Fe.r places can o t i r ; i mrre ':'e'-:.ble l- ',tl cel;'ri n cure for -Ate Itch ila all i'.s
lers;ty of*sal i. r S- l.,',I tlai'm tnellL '. t i'all i -,ll, C ,', ,i tn p ,,i l- i.; by
ed under .i. a'tr-,.: .-,i tIt) aerpent, oaf ;, ,- i .1 i P i enlel p i.&. by
aire in the stale Ofi r.I. ni Iti r angle S ISic nhiherill sos,
,(t it6I.,o0U.: ,rpiti n Li- t.-rit',.,,, of ,i ,i'i G eorge H arral,
.... ... l : ,. North and Rogers,
Extracts r, let:cr d.ned a- l nictw, Full Mi.
ry, }.,t Att',l- ]i7, Ii,-,-., .Ji g..- r]'lm .r, i..t e ..f John t \V itherill, and
_thI .,awc., t.- hit pi.6 ii.-i.np i-tdii: ci <'it rB.-A r R i: h irde Jrirdah;
*.ach-a 's'at..n rnr,nl t. be !;.:,.'r. It is II V lmirgtCt Di .I. b)
alitiwedtlo bt tihegair.j era ..... -, ll Louiiarn, .Joscph B:i31i;
and in o',.t opr i p ;r, th'o ci .t' r.r'' Cr i', 'i r r,,r. N i. Ly
ted, fron nit clinn. .:, -oil ..nd ij,li. cit,.,- ai Samuel Paxo ;'
itiough rth pt.r,. tion i, i'r,.,Il, Il.,,,L i.,i a te'e '- .-4 'a ,
'" cotton ellt It' r.-tIn liS parisl ih, N,:t-Ork.-.r. In Newt York, by
tllN iph'iit. fil'l :' n.y '511 tiC i '. .;c Jl,.- '... JJ & I Post & I P
I Will give :u kn a.1e-ritfint oTi Ti, o'.,i ,l 0i- Lawrenee and PRee,
'at;on this vcar. '. .:L it IJ .. bA' 1 T ii Clark,
i-.Je tf this c.,unlt'ra thn ll .n\ a:-i.ini l-c nd re J- 3 ne iiw 'I. C T lark,
latr,n. A,.i b.' <.,'n C s-'as'.,> in all the pr'rncTp:'
'f have one negrno crn.i, 'ne black lba of t,,- i-. iroi.i., u iii : l. -it d States.
11icuro oli t I,-,l n i,.n .'. e10 yeais: '. ill t pt I eo2cd&eppawlnI
foirea I <'li>ii.ie it mmy r iiden, 900 hills of "
sweet potatoes, a patch it L.4" |'.a :, a t N 1l PA ",PER
'. rertffit. I .tALrs(f EAor, to loe a .on.Irn.2
acre.d- of ,usu'.ari.Jd I s of tye, 3 acres of oats 0L SALE t o close a concern. ,
iS a.reS o.f in-n, c-.r,, 15 acres of cotton, l, j t .... otSANl) or Glass, PAPER, o
.c re osf rice, acres of buckwheat." We cal- I good quitdiy..\..." ''.' ', 17 ,inbard abor
"uleati. lo .-t c. r20U ilowerbarrels office and 16t1) street. ,

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Of 11r-.11-. U'-'![ b0-1L iA' ao 1 -i-d-ard~ a 40 1c6ak-", 11A 240 b.-,-es, Col' nd.. ,w I -r: '..v muce. 1 0 'li0 8 0'70 ?'1?,
Mercantile 519em 'oa da. Do d,. I, D.d.iJS. Ho t' bal' es,. Scrd.- Ii. Pr,5^:r' :,pl ( ip 1.1,i ';Coii.
M e u n i e I l m rf u -, a 1'1, : ; 7 7 1 4 : Y X r ~ C $SR r : : l ll. l lI-L i
Brown isu-" 645 boxes '0bbli.v.lut- sugpr 7 Lumber 50048 ic-et, caslo ooil 5 Loses 1 bhi ,6 FRll.01 on,- tit IIA:nt G Nl;S | .IAC|E 1'-'.K!N. nd THO' '.. ,
H.tnet rf 1!.-rrion,."-',: E ,i'e,- ,'o nhl-. CV ,c box2'cdnifce h 2ud 02'0 bag, iog, oo,. d fruit h1it f bblib. bees wax 1 bbl. D W.IL' hct l n.m 1 *> f L ,NN.l.-IL d int." palin ,.h c r I'le
Rolmtw, ceour last. qlirntliy Order Ocmecoke. Sctr. Horfret. STove il,, ,., ..('LEP N.'* JON- ..' : 1,,.- hi-
EFU E[GN ,.st. Jot" o:,,! a...- v : S ra- Oco., Boards 2308 0 feet U n i' e Opti .,.... lr .I,,f, ttc ,,,b1', : ,, .,, o b i. -
flavanna. .',"i, C e.'la. Mrolasses 10 hhds. cotT-ee .*'2 bids -'9 r, ls 269 Lginumvitz 3 tons W H. ialldt ., ., 19; it S'..,n, C.J,6 9 t -rLort .l., e.' 'L ,on.
Lx hides 8118, horic bides 82 bales, halt 24 Bags, .hte.; s, 'r "J h fl.'a: s r: .'..m- Ricl.mn.d. Sch-. lHa '-r,:. 9 PLATE I I.O)SE C i -, I.r -, .:ve' t.
'baie, horns 3890, tallnw 1' hhds. cinnamon W hite sug38 9.0b,,s J L. ,ng Flow r 80 bbi n.nstcr 1,.,. .b i i h ,i, o:,"rn .m i F;."-. Lgu0M-d .... Je of, rt
40 baks, b.nk.s h,.xes, Ca-pa gu-a skins 7 Do do P Hi:.e Tobsco 5 hhs. TP Cope .,e G Ii o, (". r\ ci ,1; ..1 .. ,n",, "l ,-.stc-,
bales, deer skins 2 bales. A Circiwr. Do 1.5balfboxe. B weeks s Flower 341 bbli (,irdk ,. r ', O .nd :O.*1,. r"r'ntl int 1 bj' 1 ,: ,1, otf
Hides 38o 0 he,,rse, Ade3 2 bal2 s, cambrick.s I Mdze I an r G lpin D )o 3-54 bbls, tobacco I hhd u J 1lrce i .- C l ,,I.L r1: thI wll '. f I. 1,mbe ;. le I- t, Ii 1S1'
bu. Order ih]t-e sugarir '1 hilfb e b n- caki,.cd S H molasses 10 bId.. Sperr k St.l sbur;. hi, 1 a 1,.e ,iha,,c d r r n':.,. f','
Horse hid s .5 1 f., f,-e 1 ba-I ., pinr appli,, oi-nii limi s nid Sr'..n.'r r, S'op Dot7ve. i ,,,., ',in dr ". n t ..
nRa gles, HHdu bard & rhapi.n i cr.co nu-, a qant .' S MurS ock Chleese 200-00 I,, codlsh S, qm als N Clee 20 0 i ,, o 5, I '' r" ... Ce,. i el,,,,h i ,s ,,f et '. :.11,
Hotse hides 4 bul1-.s, Ne- 'tr, ,kln- d,..z. 1'u- Pin,, apples & limesa (Ilali.iy J Mark' -e Y ',rk. Schr. Pocn.,,wii. 'C.. r l i q l i, p.... r .. "lilt .- u.rIll% .t-
thers %4 bag, d-.r skins 6 1-2 dO. M)st.r. L, Io. ..p Fat'.,'.,e. Cheese 81 cask.,, saddl trees 20 hunde, 1 r r,,-, ,,i .. .._,c.,,i.H,, or ergin nd n',y
Gr,,tiw. Brnc Risen-, Stol..- Iron e'e .1i c-Ask3 S R Fisher S B Morris E oticrb, Ie If..1 1i. lk Dorr.c' c fn
Bar 31 tna, r 3-0 b ., Lp.= r 69 bale-,, l ae. (-,I .n,-% hen-rc 1 c--se L pnt ashes 20 bbis, bur blocks,,ul. E & T Mille. t T P 'eB .t A'.c..E OX\ Fl?: 1 ,.I 1LS ,e It. ,l ,, .I ',., r bic- n-
D-jr' a31 onjrh~ 30bn[L, p as-,ad olinwas: Icale 01 1ginv,'I,, hl .hi I,: hvt did or~sll.,`klit IIbefund
cneese2csses .1 & G SIra ..l)ridg,. ildze 1 'ae LKrumblhaar Brorn Havanna ugar 14-0bo.-S, Mo,1 st 1i rf li.-I, ,,or i th. ,,, ,.',n ,,f ev,.rv b ousOl!per,
'.hoei 1 ,:a.-,-, bisk.s is 15r .1 G.r.1i,.r Do 2 do. -4 bdl I trunk 6 c-.!ks Ordler Drui s boxes 2 baga 1 ,J g I keg" T N Dyott ', ethe..r ,h. nit e <, r ..cr' ty *inu.st t -e be
Malags Wine 30 qr. c-isks. Peri ', Cabot. ,Do 1 do J Brad.liey T1 pe"2 -boxes, bgo Iks I bos 1 paper p.ige .. .iri J. .. .r ', .. r ... coilti,-i r..r i., ,.i ,, .J .,,s tli- *.r.: iuoe.
M1,-ze. 8 pv cka]es-. J. Ma}bin. w ,-r,1.:n, ,ca .:., md ,: 11 ca si2 bales ; Be.tle *. T Dobton A ,1 .,, i.lor, l l .. .. I ,. i i1 I l riur t., tl,,- I,, n,..j l ..1 d .1i'| n..-n h lo* > -J
ltefre. B,'.-'- fL!n. \Vo lrlenl In1 ca--:s 1 ,ggin '. Whitney Oil i;trinl 5 bo\es, Frenchl. .gooJd, 1 bux a- ,. I. .. ... I. t ..... r p i. ,- ,lV:.n e' ie til,: to c.,it-..-r.'
13rintqon- ;..l bos- .7..,at -k,, 9 .,'I h.A iron Dollars 2 Clas A Arm trr,:.n1 AI & S C, nhen we Bd I,,.,, oin,, .. ,.- to ..* i -. .. th, n, ,n 1,p. ,.n
]rar. u ." c sks, atl 1.l boxes, 'ir= 1 cask, Gl ?,, 99 3b \..:- .Q.Mr. Brox ,. me-tick ood i. bo\.-, co ton ,II I L.,-.: rlrl', -*, i'*: ru, ..... i .. *, .. '. i d. A i e' T "'
fte, 2 ,:.:s. touis 19 boxses, s.. .e-I boutin. 1 MJ."L I 13 c,..s J Thompson ', Son 1 trunk BJ G;Imain ...-.["il J_ I' ;dii ,, 1,.1.. I h. ---- -- ---- --
bundle, snuffbox-.- 1 box, tumblers 57 box.,%, Do. du .r P Horner Piment,, 7,5 b:.igi Gr tant c Stone Irne th: o.ih ilr ..... h., -.'u., M.... ,, .1i,, -1 .. ., ,
woolen i: .]di '2 bales, soap 5JY) boxes, pI|Aper Si eed 50 iHal'lfggor.s P & G M .l3,Ni;:e I id goods 42 bales H s nm psoi ;,, 4 e..o ,,' L l. f.r til ,, i.,,l. Ir, .L .. ,
53 1.r ie-sand] bal'-s,sk.ins 4 b-jles, IIi'o fi rtes Md?.e I c s -. C .I BroIn S II Cmiolas-.es 10 hhdi, wre 4 cr.,'.1 i ,,,i ,l eI.' ,- to ah Ud O 1.,' 1 .IPJP l. F6 ..... '* i -' 11 ,. '. I u .. ''1 .. '
n, g.1 s, 1 box, bells 84, grindsto ..-a 76, Do 7 raee 3 truJtnki, Magottin It ; 1 C,.,1 L .,e .I,,,,. | -,.. ,i t,.1 .;., ". : .l \ -. ,. ,,,' ,,-
oluk lead p.:ncils 5 bo es. J CrL rk Do 16 c.rts.-s A JI- jr .C.- English g'o.ls 3 b le- A kelle -i L, i;. s~,L, da., gO,, bt ,'l. gi -11r. t h {' Ii 11 *'' l.," I 3 ]* '*I' t-e
.i,.!.rAur ". i,-i" Pilor. DnO Irujnk ,7 C .q Crc. ,i'jl, W'istar & Co RCo ,ii os|p goods 146 bales i56'.3 p:rk. es Or .-er .1to1,-i, ,J|T... .u.. lt.t.:l.f., *'ll i',.,il- r- 11, ..11 F 11i,', wine I hh.J. .1. Di ; moind. o) duo L %% eth. rill S II molaai. 5 1Ihd., pOricr i lut i 63')hlm ltI e, it ,am pe ..1,,j ,,. i t I l 'S J h 11 a li l I'. l.Ilt-, U'.l ** -l I ;)p t.ir c- .'..-
W mine 38 ca-,.. J &. Strawbrid e ) D o J do Moor.- & M&c.rs c4ir,.. Ath rtnh l.: :.* 1. 1i-1 \" ,'.,c J i|.u-, ,. A fI'r 1:1, ., ., i. ro
'Dn. 1O caes, briindr .0 pip's, oil 2111.1'J b ,k -13, l in d,, HJl i& Worly An\ cotton ..oods a qrin'iy G e., BFid I Corn l'rib Il th,: .1.'. of;t- i'Ij fi. lrsm,. dlh .', t !' V "'S ipl.n.
I sto, ,. A. L ,s.tis t. Mue .',l ins inrn..n s G ca;..s G ASt,.r Piri, o l,. Sc14 I ,'.:e Fr.1 eJ |,-hop Thz-r ', .1 p.ip .,.t 'o:d? w ,lo ,. r l. ., F1i t', i
1 2, 132 ca, s Ls k good-, l -'.aat D.j 2 ,- m. q J C fHomnllOI Sli0 glcs 18.60J, -t 250 lIL01J M iotor C .-,,r[.. ,to:.r. ,rnd .M I othlir .t >t.. ,,i ,, I," d" cI I,~
Daub.slh F-trinli h. M.].,: 1 c.,.. 1 trunk G Mnriis .1-1p1u, S. ,*.., ,.|, e..,. ,., h se i il .pr', .i, ,,: ..., ,. -- -- -
librr Oil 9 c s i. .. I'K-'tling. )o 8 c.,F cs E &I.1 I.ot Stves '7000, stu'gles 15uu0, rl.i i uj lb-. 1t. |, J La gu,,,l L..r i o 'l,-c. 1 .1 1 .I t.rn tr tit.. Ij I ..> ,
M a' tze 1W eC.a.L O ui rd-i.r i t InvI:.. ..i t ;, ,, gl',, ii. ]hoo se- G C h alin e.' others. i 6 lb, .,atc r N.r4 FV ,. ,ll,n,.--U- ', h.. ,.... ..I ri p. A, A -,
Do. a L.o.es. J. J U id Ail- onolein 4 bildcs J And;:lr .- st ,uvhdt. cf.r .V -1 .',, ,.y ,,1 ,,, Lt, d h :, ,.. hi,, U rp.r.,-:,..d 1 of..I.- A i ,1 l. r,.,i L -.. ou,. d
1W iie cu. t,]' 1 (Ias:. J. G K-, hi. M.1: u 6 v'-... ;, 2 irinks, 1 balef C C '. .1 W atson W h'I.'-v f16 bu.,le at, a .n.n. ti..I h. :; din" ;.ih. RA' :".' A
\S.I s 30 c.L-,.D. J. Dab.due & Cu. Du 1/'3 baj : .. 13 c:s .s, itrInk I box, 1 2u0..,, ,F-ssit & Whit '9 ,', te, re \T1e' P ] tI -". ,
l t %t; 1 1. .; ,I. L l. ,sill t. It )m p r,s cl'..c l>,.-xt- hO isu ]g rm .aclir,-._' L r,,.ettor S !." .. P au t.. ; 7 1f ool. L m .'.t'. ," ,t ,r ,:, '.a. ad it-
T o s cases Per,'lol & 'spla.J. J Mis- Ciuntrl produce 24 brA\I, 1 b lc I trnk N.-. 1.- A I ,t of l.1 .,, '1" ,,;..,ii, ., -
M '1 fie 6 c--c.s R',iv ,..Ft.. Sblo,:]k. 7 j b ,di.JIe- Or.er 1 W Burchh r' rtniv ,i l flo r .'.iriii th. 1 ilh A i.u. ,....1, ..._|. ,- .,h ,, ,,. c'. .,'" ,
nitalion:uirv4 t :1:t::. .1. L.tu r. h i] rr ch.h.e I crate, machine for sw et- p- Rich.r,,nd. .S'.". a.: ,! i "i.t ut.. ..i I1' t u Jl.i r,-_g L.1r, |,,i.c.,., r1 11 .,1, '. 1 ', a*"r d
Md.le. 2 0" A Bousquet. i,,, clhin;.: 1 .luirth Thomnson CjA l 26,,i,") buli.li, m..L-e 6t bo',es O ,IJ r III.r.. 1. r ,'- ., "i' n | h a
bkr.s I b.ic ." De.i..,slier. Md;l fi c.,,s .1 W he,.lan MdzcI 1 box M f;,Cr,3 San Nu 2.- .t ju- ..qu c Ir,d h..t.'l.,. t-... ,,. .,I..'^ '-0 i n iIc['' lj *' I a n1
Sill; 3. .od 3 c j es, 'ilk ribbon' I c, D. ), 6 ..1 B \.u ',r ,a1 be,*n .Stoop G1.. f. on L J ue t, ; : rie C,... ,.<.'e. n 1,1 1 : l "J "- i tl i -
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", l 'c -' l d.: R e b r .Jl' r. D o 5 dl o E W i r i n g c a s k i e e d 'i r p o s t 2 u0 5 D W a r e s t i t t ht CTne o n n d o t h e r T ln ,, P,; r n ,. d ,- ..r r.r.*. r t n ."r ,
'; k .... 1- U B.-ttle l.,r -.1- 1 S dll ,r.ugh M .a hog.n Oar.is l13u0 if et J E m p]e abo ut ... .,,r ,- ne,
i',i|,.. L.' ",,,,l:il l '.,b,, las 1 b d J ,. k L i S Brown Boards 113,10 feet Sl.],ppir No IN- lor o'I.,..li I'lr. Li.-li I L.... z ],.I i : :I lt' L 1ntt L house,
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":. .i1 ,, T i t Krdlci. \W white su,_ r S3 bbla, Mut.:i. .lo ,.son- ar .5 bbis 5,:,p l bo 5es GIauts & s-,..k [t4,'. A lot bw etwee, .,,x ar.J f1 1.. r-,,.ces .' i h. ,. h : ,, l' 1' -
'.' n, L ,' .,- s- P,.liard Bilrckhcad hilc, ,4.',tl T-Roch Hides 11.100 J I.J..,.11 A %' [ ,..,. r,,d, F...1 r .i,..h lu ,,rli l,, ; i..t, :; .tT .. ,l1d t rp- -; -
M.. 4 c< h1 -, c c.11 M .: niie. B i., t su ,r 10 bb i 11 do wh it& hide s 11, D oin c ic k. g'ods 7 b-l.-i J B S .e tl ( _p ;nian now | M -.therr M ill, F'bout i r I'. t L! v ''ip t -iLl n, tal :1 1 ,i t
B.,cks I :.,. Pe.try Inot, ;.- 3 t,.rcets, I hhd 1 bbl M I It ) MaN ckare!46 bbli, tin 21/ blae ks J S S A in n,;l..l r', Lh, i,-. '.-. i < ,*f. i i 1 Ln u
1,1 1 -r lI" 1 ''I 1K8 ,.:ais. J M S.i,,t11r t hi: ;,:.i 2- b. !s Rodman k ain Cheese 7 bXsL EmIoln & Howell I Pile .i1tuarion ofthe h.i sit n ntone, rtI,.,. F. r' ,s .,,le ,i ,, to t b ribcr,
1 iTe i ..C .L-;. Or.-ler it sde 5j,, bro ii sgar lu bbi. ihT 1..igar -3. Glas 17 boxes LebLiai Snurh joi inr, to the toI n ol '%\\ % It.:i,,,.. I -, r- con- ,1o ,,. r 'e rpI '; to th-t sIb.c.b4r,
'1. Ie ] e .I C -, W Nartingi.c. bLls M. MI,dI C'.s .5 Domestick goods 25 boxwo Ordk r r'timiliv to police of worhi.., rnm il rnd mani ket, 1",t l,.,. ntIle r it ; be
1islb-,ons -' ioxes, fR atlhE r 2 boxes, cot buitonv- Sunear S bils Anf: e C_'o -.i 9 boxe, A Al.,ms iroi <:..:.-,.-e d !.> m.,. n |, .h ,:OhIt). It t t, P liL m A E' ,I t 2'Fc t day oe
T.10 ', j i)-s d ,6 d. '. .iigI \ line ,u -ar16 bbis, brow n sugar 14 hh lsh,de Do 6 do M oody & W ,m an froiS,,:u, a ptiblAick r,.-'.t .., li: 10 pI rr:l ,. p i .'Itt,.V V IL I:CI Ato b I tl a it ots,- 'cto n
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"I "% a :CO. [ l~~flo rd Xrt i',|V-. .rI ) -..II 2 r l. t *I; ..'1,l p s -. ,,d d i',l t h ,:n .i L~h ill be 'i e n an ,d
Sot ca le -2 bo\ G i .,bertson. H idcs40 J Stet l Shin k s 45,000 M4astl0r of1 lol .n whichh the pui rclhj r rni l nt de 'Li, d li.h ht.h Iu ll c' td,.en andkti b
.-; "',.,,r. S .r I r ,",' .' S .n'"' I) h1.. .v h s Tgi r P0 b bl. W B o :,1l .L a nhse ra r. "0 bI 7 LS if f | c o n sid |a b le a ,'.- r t.ign if h,,d- ld n t e hl o n se o li ton, n k. T
C...-. 1.u7 tbagg, E r.arrig, esir. B-naIn sugar 14bbi.. i,,tl eupar 45 bbls. m,. MJde 72 packages J GoodIin [re ni all the I.id flrrA F.,ri JJacob HOffiian.
Tc. 7. ,l Til. M,,rg.n ],',-,- 44. bbit. J B L Ccntinc The terms oal payme.niut will be made aiy, ind rept 1V cpla'6tS
D o Ii, J S L.-1is Os l|l,:s l'1I J D l-, ] f -,, .ju. *nd s fii,.lie;rntd. edJ in tle ,im pl, mdi.ie
..i.l.l.J..ll.r .douba~oons94, S.ArUr D.- tlre 91". T Swan tt tle liuich.-.cr 1.in prl ofis.d prmi...e One uilndred Doilars .
D"o -,u, \.'.Odln DO, d.o :-:,|. gar | Lb! J M'Quin i Prison-n.u Im ,-o vie, l-p,|) f, pr,-hip' Rr.ie,
Dr.. :;34, G. Latr.LrV Si .,,r I bbl. Hide 3,I, rorang;es 3110 MAIGrihg" -- to th, day o' ,.-ie. will be shl,. n ;t bv th- s,>b-
rDo 5,-1r, .1 Le-qir. D..-r.e,.p.' iDHu... P '.hi C,uh..inp PltR'IT l F PHI L.ADELPIllA. i:riber. l 1 ,ig rhcrc'.n. D" .1NAWA.' Y f... ., .. .. rm on
D .500.oil 10baskeris, J L*t,-,,r. Li,zln 1 box Bevan Portfr The sale ILo b.. ,tin .l 2 o'clock on -..11 o 11. m; M .. 1 t r
Su ; r .35 hlil s. 1 ri,:r., 1''bbl-,.1.-Publ!nono s .', Do 1- pack a ges, ,:ot,:.]n hc ks 9 pala-*v s ARRIT ED, D1a1,s u l,_.ie tteLk .I:I:.-: I| be gh,'n, atct n.on..Ijoi:. M r.,i..,l, ..,1 th:..'.1. .li.n L.,n. i i'EGRO
.1 B. Lvet l 'Wilaon Ship Cordelia, MW idllin, Buenos AyTrcs 5 b nai kri l 1.je11U-. I .1' F., LF rl "I -e ,n .iAI' EL t -t, or A ltt
lHd1s 79, R. Co C' ro on c erkf 2 bala R r'lainn Hides & tilJow-A.C rc'ier illi i o ilh rton I,.,.e l.< ...L sli .. -...., .1 : .i, t,. ... ers by
L -.p ,,rt beh-r Reaprr & O,1. ,ay. L inen'.- 17 lr,xes A H henry D orolthea, H -arm a i, C .dcutta 127 -i. :. i,, ,. ..t .h .* .1 .,._ !^ II i hI ,1n \l ;|ihtline-,ii ,
Plasler -' :' tnrs, MNIt.r Do 1.3 -lo Sims & Creighto,-n Silks, a;nd bale .1oods- .. t'lpier .;pt -20 ,1t p- ..nLd ;a h.Lhe 1,, th. t, .ut IV L'd os .. ToI hIL in.g
Do. 2-00 do NMa t,.r DoI 1 box W Leedom Ship Favourite, Einery, Loidim,, 60 i P ',!...b ,' f'..,i 1 J,, caiu in Ie hi s
S' 7 ,i,,a Sch,'..9"i Do .-j5 p:ckage-S, hosicr' 6bales W1 W E E ins Dr% godi and 16 passengers A T EJ A *\ i,, K S Ind,., .. 1, 'r,. f .,d., ilruuih \Lu ilr.,n,-
Cocoa 1I bags, hides 55, Wip gin & Wlhitnc GIll 3 c- s R W'ilson BainbridqEd "Rilling Pulo tlauig 13 it.", *:r oi c l
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Ma.<.u 1 ibtt 1J .) ,ob ri.on o .d,_.5 i u do 1041 bags Brig Mari.er, Hunt,. PTelmdriff'54 t to p r B i rto i ., > i s. M .rnt
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Lbrle,|s5'he..t.s,3 boxs,l-<. l;. :s l cheat, Bl, e Bock ,il 128 ,abK, pepp rr 176 bags, rattany Alitte Low, A.rrster m 1 > 1. 1 ,'U. thI nL Arit % k-.ir '. r' i g IW to' "u,' ]..]I ljk .:o.:rin| .hi.,n b not ,let
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