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Title: Providence patriot, Columbian phenix
Portion of title: Providence patriot & Columbian phenix
Alternate title: Providence patriot and Columbian phenix
Providence patriot and Columbian phoenix
Providence patriot
Physical Description: v. : ; 53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Jones & Wheeler
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: January 13, 1819
Publication Date: 1814-
Frequency: weekly[june 16, 1832-]
weekly[ former jan. 15, 1814-dec. 26, 1818]
semiweekly[ former jan. 2, 1819-june 9, 1832]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Providence County (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service and Recordak Corp. and on microopaque and microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 12, no. 1 (Jan. 15, 1814)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Jan. 2, 1819-June 29, 1825 and Nov. 11, 1829- have irregular alternate numbering.
General Note: Title varies slightly.
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PROVIDE ENCE, (R. I.) WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY i 1819.


Tr Tre Datars aid IfT', Le.n:.- hfer
arnut'i. I.,iambl. semi-ai'niiiilti.


IN TillS: PAPER, THE ACTS, RESOLUTIONS, TREATIES, &C. OF THE UNITED STATES4 ARE .PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


iY THIE PRL:,IDLN OF THE UiL-iTED STATES.

A i nO '.L 'I 0.), v
Wherti', a "r,'a' l between the Uieit.'.f L -:-Imr.- ".d 'v'wds, rmade and co.1-i-ti.ld nr. Stkiek. I m, on thcE
f.urtitu lay of Seittetiiher, in the year one thliousandel-it hu -.1 .1 i..i:ecf, ue ..,.i than RHusell, 5!11
sister P h!il, ''CL>:. rif t'eC ttniteAStaten, or, Ihe tprii tof the UnitedStates, aid .he Count d'En.e-roni.
Minister or tal- t. f. .f.-..... afNirs, and the Count Adiolptc Geu.ri' :e iiorner, Comtnoellor of Sinte,
fully authorized and empowered by their rt'epective g.v'arra t.t'. aii, duly ratified on the tirerity-.-v-
nlth day of ?ti-., by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, on the part of ile United
Sticm-,, iG., :ThI -- ,. .,- of the thii, fiourt hand sixth articles, and by tih. King of Steden, on thie
twenty-fourth day of July last past. w.lih lth.: excepIion of the .I.i, e article. r-esrn-d (o and the ratfi-
cations of the two gove-unieunts, as f,.--:=,i hav,: .r. July ieiri'.i,. J at St5hiu-li.in, 1y ite PleniPj. -
entiaries of the lUtiited States atd Sweden, on the tpert At th:L iieia i..act:;.e ,..vuvin.i.m;.; ; hincth frijlai tr


in the words and.l Fg.'r ui '' to wit:
Orf ,.It,.M
A stnan de t rep. Saints et iitdvisible Trinite.
Tces Btats TUuii. P A.*..-'.2:d; t r- ia tMlujste le
R' i de Suede et de- ':.r ,-.; ,- -i.:l...,t timess du
desir sincere dIe 1U. t.nter.,i et .A .....J, les rela-
tions dtl'amitie et de commerce qiii ont satihiste
u" i 't -,-' ti' ,( ti ed ;j .t. E si Lant c.Invain-
n-ni qu'o;, ., .liu i ] iULiti.0 rcipl-r ccit obh4-t qu'en
k i ":lLt.'i'i tt,:ip;'oiin ",.t'lIe Icommerce entire les
L ,1. -it.. lt buakne -olide de principles liber-
'aux et eqtiitubl.hI e.l mt Tenit u.l',I, ti- a &U S
:01.. 1 ,', I n C l~l,'I Pt tir'li_,dif [c' t'ri'u ciW.? acr.e
pumr train rt copciure en leur noa savoir: le
-.-,.;ii. ol do, C, Y. i,,,, ,11 Jontbh..u li,.sell,
d.,i lon lilt. r i, i -i t t. ,L t I,-,. 11.-itT c Iur
Jill.--ii e ,'.-iI,,,II' t.l :o' .,a la (our U.i ".tinik olh n.
t i PA i ''i] .- 1I i-R)i ,L,- ne.l. ekl Je Noti rt e
in fir.i l-nce I'l-.n-iuur I- tU'..ni]t:e Lament d'
C! n-i:, "an iNii.;tie d F-Inat po'ir i- atfft ire,
eirangrrui,, lCh c-liFlo d I' UUntver.ile de LmDnil
CiJheir ir (-onal Sn i tr iet -.ii ei du R.-i, '__n-
ral..-r de- 'lordr- d't ioi 1l irles 13, itratl (Crui-x
d-.,rr lrt-. d.-: .i. Ltn.e-nr It Horagic, 'Ie la Leg-
ion J!'i..nir-ur ii FCani-. ,di d I'Ai.l- N'oi et d,: I'
AidIe iliiage de Piu-ps, .ut iMis;eur le. Compie
Ai ilphrv (r.Herge 1.: irnc, on Con-eillei ,1l
Elaiii et Coiomn.inj ur i e I'rdre de I'Fioile: Pul-
aii' I-qi-iivl P .-rip. tentiiie-, SIpr.. c oirr pi-.:
di.l el ching-s leur plain pouvui 4 li.ni f-- en-
b.onra et due forme, ealnt c..nneiuucl dsN arnielEls
suivane -


Ariilf- prtmier.
il y aura liberate te riprciaq' e di cninineten -ntr.?
touys hI pbyi' Je Lj diniiiualiiin d.-s EL.1s Unis sd'
A.i,-riqiue et. d, Sa M-cjesia Ie Rot ile Q'uetde t
tle N.rrep,,e. Lee lhabit.uns l I'Pun dei- lieux pWyi
p-jurrollt. !- e tluitis surete. ,ci Ir l ,-,in pernoni.u-,
vamiseaux et 'iciirgnsion., oabu.,der lieiU 'lit l.asii
le-s pors, As-tees L- ii vicair du terrilit.cie dI'auu.'n,
par o.i' t li i 'eirea e.fr periu. ,.o ji. la- iuI. >l
nati.,ns lee plUy favdriscees. 11;, 1iu0uoni !-,'% 'i-
reler et r-eider J-ii. qu, ilue irue que c,- ,.i d. i
dil ,teinitIorei ; l i jipourriontL 1-uer e( O ..lupi'r
d;- m..isii ., .:1 J-4 piagazif.r, ., m u- Ivir cOn-ih .rci;
et geIls tiem,?C lei nPeg-cinitei Jw 'irariuliian- Iep
h'j,.ur de ,es ,j% niinj ju ,iiti chiez 1ai'uitre die
Ia pit' nin-cr s uiM is i ci ut pr.) i'ci.tliu pour ii,. nfl-
tl'ie d Icuru e e e aiil, Ini -" rui teiiut- a -i
ieuij'l-I ~i%" :'.". oit aildnLr ,., a 0a.j Us Ocy,


.Arrile second.
Ui ne era point' upou.' de phl, fiits u aiatrec
drouits, impols RU chnidage qauelconque-is ur l'iatmii.r-
t.atilii 'ian les El atE Uuii de pr'.dulL-i..n .1i .l ,A
aI; dle-4 ,ianniinctures dic' Elais tie Sa i'laje.te le
Rut die u-de i t de N'o;-crgie, ni our IP'cli.iiitationa
dui.a lci firatl .Ie Scb iMdajte le tto:i de tcde et
dit Nurvrgi d-s productions dvu F -,lo do.: iudnu-
factures des Lidiate Uni.-, que cn:u atuqieis selsienti
a.ui\etu e le memes a titles datiu chain d. deuzi
pay, ci.pectiife. q cu deinrcs elaie:st I pi-..uiil,
du "ol onu dtie manufdactuires de tout autre pFY,.-
.'.e mime principe 'era auest io'berve pour 1kespoi-
[tanon, el eiorsle quie dan, chaean ides ithu pa!-';
rejpecut'!eiarticlle. sqni. s'roou e..p.ret pou, I'au-
t' lie .ieourralmt enri cihirge d'li.cuo dioui;, i.Ip;
lcu char.ie quelco-nque iplis fort oU auic ui cueint -
auijuc.! ltsru lettt a-maulttic. ? ir-Lnes ui tiUe-, ',te
,taieintesportes pour nou autre pays quilcA.aque,.
L ne seia nc.i plui in.ipoe aliceimie pi bbilttun,
ni *ur Pit ehportltaon ni ,ur I'tinpurtalion d'nuicun
article pruvenaut di 0'., ou des nianufacur.reu de'
t-ats Uni t ou de-i payb sle 'a -lIje-ic Ie Roi di
Suede et da Nitrre^ dar.s uoi 1irt' les jd;t I' taL
mT"ie, et datns ..t hos n. dift pa.s de Sa e leje.r
Je Roi do Suedlu et de Norvege, que ue s'entetde
egalernmot a tioutei, l-eauiro narI iits.
Lei vai'-seaux de Etai Unitnse de Amerque ar-
rivant. ur leur litcu 'u imsipoi ant dan- lei Etats de
Sa iMaljesc le RI i de Suede et Norvege des pro-
dliLr. du sul ou di t'indutwiie do Irur pass, ou ex-
portant dc-a Eittq de S;a IMajeite Sued,.ie et eNor
vegieinc leas products tlu sol ou de I'induitrie na-
tionale des dits uEtats, ne seront terim- a payer. ni
pour..les vaisseaux ni pour les carga6ins t,,cwuni
dwrote, imnprt ou charges. ,uelc.onques. piu fOtl u.
OU autres que ceux que pa ariasenlt darts le mme
`a9s les Vdiitie-U, di', Etat, de "a l'Mdije'te le R| i.
de Suede tde Nurvege, et vice versa, les vais-
seaux deo Eti ts de Sa Isaje-te Ie Roi de Suede
,et de Norvege qui arrivent sur leur lest
onu qi umpirltCutu dans lei Etats Unts de 1' 'Pmeri-
que JT- pr.dAtitis in dii .)ou d Il'inltutrir nation-
sale de &a Sureie cc Ja la Norvege, uu qui export.
,eu Jei ha..'s n01 des produiti da ....I un Je I'in.
dusirie de cew pays, ne payerons ni por lees vaia-
ceationm pour len caignsoin aunun. droilt iaiporlm
eou charges qnel conqi,eq. autres ou plan tfortp que
cux qui soruient paints -i ceF uinemICi drreea
ettalent transportees par deI vaaiseaus dcs Etate -
Unis respectivement. .
Ce que ca-t statue cideslsis 'elenJr a ;;.i a !a
colounie S.aud.iece de 'i. Bartililevmy, tent par rap-
port au droits et vantages Jdont les vaieseaux, des
EttatsTia jouiront lnisacea- ports que par rapport
ah ceu duonit la vais-dcix de la colonies jouiront
daos les ports des Elatc 'Unis; bien enterdue que
.les proprietaires soyent colons etablis etnaturaliies
a St. BartbEiloay et qu'il y ayent failt cturvalizen-
leur aiitneau-..
A rl'te'.: frn' cie.
Sa Majeste !e Hui de Suede ec do Norvege con-
nut iue aJ ladet- la ticles qine ''ti le prc.uii.u '.-
Ou d..eB iniiuiacluies de Lndes Occidentales et don't
I'u:nt.rEce e-l pei ira.e dan, des vai-eatux Suedon:e -iu
.Nio-vegiensi, stilt que ces merchandise ciune--ti :
directement des dites Indes, Puisseb.t dsub et.-e
imports dans ses etats par des vaisseaux dei Etra ,
Uni", et ijti'a!i.,rs i ne ierma pa)e ni pi ur ile dtias
vai.e-cvus. ni pour les carig..i,- ii.e .v-ci., imports
au charges q.uaIL,.uiti,a. plus forts on autres que
eous qui s.Ladit j tlca p .'ides viaisseaus Suedoiso
'uu Nuotregeiiii as tinae mame car, aveo une addition
sial,,E6i'utii ii' d ia pour cent aur les dit droitr, im-
-pots ou charge,. et -pns i'u.-.,ininer.
Four evictr '.ut me. iit..,ii a eot egard il est
.ci expreseemenit declare, quo ia denomination
d'Lide. OticidnitaL doit etre praise dans la sens
li plu rtierdJu ri y -:.uiprennrit'to.-t c-ite .-.Aie
du m.ntde -ril ii.:s. i.a terra ferne qri de i-.,,'e ti-sue
a ete appelier Ind.... "' :e idel s.,.i-, ,.n opp. i-.i,.,
avc rctrtIe dutlio pai. idu toinide h. ee tudt.s
Orientalns, .
!r.,Y. C. ,,,. r .. ...
De lcur cole : aL ,.ct. ,j n..,. 1 i i.n consenteat a
t


TRA NsLATi-ON.
In the name ni e /, r/ ; /fy ain.d I,"ui.at

The Unit d Sliati; .' .'Ainerica and I., .,l,-.
j-. y (lithe .Kir -t -.Meden auin d tnri a., cqluaJll
-animated wi hb a in,:,.r lesiur to mtuildin itid
confirta the m Imion i o'f frien.-hip aud c -ruTmie ef
which have .itti.-iiioj ub..-ted bme'teen tht cI.%.,
tastes, sid b,.in-r CUnl ipt:it' thi t it 1 .hkject csii-
not be moire efft cj i.ai ueu',:fpifbhiJ iiuan by --
I'blI-bli .. a :cp i.'. J.1 th'e c n, ,.r-r et Itlrw r
the two ait';, uip. i it- Innirm ises if Ihr-ii-ml idl
eq1uit. bic II.rcipi. ri.jUiallv bdJieht tg.- u- 1o b-.-b
i'UiIrie1 5 ii'"0 i .,-i, to to hi ienil. P'leiipoteliiia-
ii--A L.i lld'ti .rt1- .idi- heie ilhthat i ht ntb n.m l'V
fl i' p,:..... U, t, .l. and, ia n I !'iir thucin1, lu crU n-
clude a itr. it, tou wn.i: The P.i.-id,,t' of tiae
Vn in ed 'r.et 3J-.ra-'l.n Ru --'1, a cit zern f illl
said LUictIlcd Stane nnd rnow their Minilter Plh-
iiipol:tenti ry ., f _ie F- L.; I ci 'i :':-lin: -rndl i.
Majesty llhe fini- i 5.eil.r, aanrd N i.irwiva hi, x-
ce'lb c'cv itl. Ceo Ia [ c'-ent ,l'Lng, .tr.,ru, ,ii
Miinister 01 *-'t e f.ir -.-::g. t alf.',r., ''he' !l,.r
of the iUm 'er-it:' n Land. N:i,l.t Cotmuihiadti
c -f thi. C',-II rof It- i"-iiig. r.i ht i of" it,, O.-Jeir .,C
ChaI!,:-s ..;."', Grant: .'.-: the Ofiu-ru of .N I
Etli' .i.- iif un a.,r .- h. L :- i-.'e [-int F rin r oI
Fiance, o.i' h. Blick Earle indti t thb Red Englh
'if Piu-'a i1 1 tlie .I ou.i dJ.,lhe tl-eon'ge deI
Mlowlqr. Isi t onune'll-or of at'.e and Comnir;.- r
of the Oider f ir .I P..hir -tr.,; r..i tLe said Pi-....
ip.iu t.iirn .fi',r hi- iqg productiJ Iinil t- hliiitn.d
ilhf-ir ii p ,..er il.un.l in '.,i n id iui furru
haJV- aSg -i on Oth I' I'- 1' n'g tiiclek
.Jutirc- ji I.
Thi-re -all li bn'w.-en cl ilie iterrturir- undir
the oiiv.tii 4h.ei .-f Ihe Uhiirntt -tale,' if tinelici,
aid if hiu i l,-. t' ti... .Lau g ,,I e-:. d-ui .1.1
NoetcaV, a rsi-proc ,il ltilty ,f Cmiulercr. 'li.'
iithaht,iti t htlihtr of the lit cc-.!i triei ish li
ha8'e lib-rc iiih 01l .reurity fr-r th.ir p r,-n-,
ve-i.t Is .iil eatr'.n -, o c"me Ihi-ely to all polit,
[I, :1 alil r, r a in..i ii.h t' .'nti' i i. i f the tii-
rc Iwo ii hIt.'i .h et..-i-, fo" the mort la,"uaredl na.
ti's... l=i p--ie allied t c teii-r. I ..-} j ,-s, rem.,in
and re'..dJe in sny purt wl nltoever fi lh!ae s d t.ir-
ril-.-iie.,; thIl. c r, ;-.re hir, andi c::- .,-, ho'j -u
and r-]va n d l.: t: iri-.-iLiniere- ; s*,. -.c- er-l-
;-'. the ub e iii h ii i n i .'esi. i i .' .c ; ,i ti- i
i slh s .he ,ll .d.t .' 25 ioi :,'.,e C t i..... i ce, n-
L. th II J q. -, t .1 ',. '.I ', ., 1 1 r l .l.." c',.
L. the vid, 4 J r a'.4rtj'.i O e ;';, +.% cJa ii. ,e,. ri-
p'ecilvely.
S. i ',ti.L :.
Nt O, ner or .'ilier du is m o:.l'. or '.Lari[er ,
whLIsoever, hll Oer unpied on the imp ,iuinlihtii
"nlU ih- tir.-ittii. l t .. tic, laicij-is Ii- Xtnt n'i
Sceden andJ Nonrway, of 1:c praduom- or mainuilun
. Luresof at te Unit-d tIa' n.,.- on the iinp.rtiuiir.
into the United .Stalte, .if'th.- pr-,duce or minai-
"i-cure: ,f lie l t i- arit il His tlaje-.ty the
King na '.-iw;len and '-ir4t' tlIan th.re t.' l which
their nac ACti Eks l% would be ubteuied in ancli ol the
t o. 'a rlit,,ri-, e r 'peciivel), ilf tihee arinclo- cIriP
he groth, th produce or tuanuactujre nof any alher
coy i flie iau]e l rcttirii l,: i;'in lie IPts" be -
,ohb. r,-. in re;.iect I_ esap.rt *-ion, -in rih iman
lior that it, eadi ',J 'Lhe ti o c1I1unile i. i.p'.-li lIV,
rhe :rrtrile .-: hi. iic ba lbn bI -_xp..ritJ for ithb other.
cannot be bchrged nehitb any duty. iitpost r1a
-hlJmer c huit;.o: 'er, fiultir -,r ote i lethn th.: ,- L.
wlnchi the saniie arlicl,,.- oull be subiected. ii
they, s-ie's poat-d iti any 'bter .- trc t' b haea'si
Nor shall any prohibition b,, aip.-itid .,r the lis
i ,.-i ir:O.-ortau iii..i f o 1 a i c iiaI,, e. thi
growth, prr.du.e 'r nmainilctiui'e of tile ter-
lritl-tes of iI3a lijesty the Eng aoI 'wrdin
arnd "orn.iy, cr u.-f the Uniist d RSate-. to
01 fir.,I the said itrtiriore ol It i ls ajesl
the l'tog "'..,f eden anid Nirwaa. .: r t... or
from the .-aid Linited Hlatei, ibichb rlill not
eqaily -tred it ll other natii.n-.
Swedish or Nuortwgian -- :cul arriving in bal-
last, ori0up, lii g iniO thr nuit.eI t- ie- the pi, -
duce or manfl'ctiureS of heliir toujnli. -I .' i ex i:1 I-
ing the Ut.i.t,_ -deus ilih pjiuduee .ir tldliti'i.:ure.
of said Sit cr, 11.0ll .it her :ilicel to0 j tith i fo(a
the Vesu-il 1.u iu cirgoeib, amy other or Iiighltr du-
ties, imposts, or i hbrge whatsoever, than tho'e
which the vessels- O ahe LI. States wuilJ pa int the
same cieumistanceaeid.ui -c i irotlj rVe-- i.1 t- ithe
United States, arriving in ballast, 0t ilip.,rting
"i:n.t ithe -terri' io lnlitL r ihe tloino.iriion ,'i II-.i1lj'--
ty the ia.; i4f St edei. and No-cM a>, the produce
or nuanuai3care- oil the United .'5a1r-t, or exporting
from thLe i.- Irt', i-,s iinder the diuiinitn ,i hbi. t 5a-
jesty the ihang-sl f'tvedon and Norway. the picj-
duce .:r Ftan1iituM.claes al thei-e territories, shall tnot,
pu3, elidier .f'r the v ra-'ls or ih enri-nre-, any oth-
er -; higher Jvuiiie., impu.iI6 ,.r chlergs-. whatsioev.
er, slain th'oe n icinbh would lie paid if the-e arti-
cle. were transpiirts., by 'acedi-h or i-..',.e6ian
te-icl', rei.p.-etiiely. .
'Thelt which i, here above jtijpuju.ted, shall also
extend to th: Sinedidh c..i.dny of St. Harthe-euiy,
as %rlil in ibhat t'Iates to th.e righl; ond advanta
gps- -h.clt iL ,- v.-siel if the l.Urntd '2a L.- A .:ieli
Enjoy inin i port, ,a in relaliutn to In.. r h lich
the ves .s th cc.l-ony .h i 'I ,ij. i tls [t f rl'
of the United Siatesm. ptrot id.J. lii-'t,'nere nr in-
lhabtants of t. Barthe-. i-. u, .aid thier e tiSbl -n.itl
and natura'i edJ, and ...l -. Have there c-iied their
vessdls to be naLursalIed,
Article' .
Rii Mlajesty ihe King li Sweden and Norway
cgrn'.lthat all artiJ4, the grol tb, pr..duc ..r
ranuifaciuie of the VWect Inilies. which a.e per.
initted to bs imported ia orwNiadb r Nior-tsj-.r
vei-el-I whither tlhebr- articles be imported di-
rectly or indirectly from said Indies, imay hIle-
wise be imported into its trr iitori. in vesi-. 1t
the United Staten ; and thbre shell nut be p-id,
either for said vessel or the cargci-. any bhuhhr
or uther dulie imnimuis or charge', whatsoieer,
ttn.tia thIi'se hnh c.. uld be paid by N*%%di.h ,
Norit tgian ve'-.rlsi, ithe shine ircumsteicri'- ciiih
an addition only of ten per ueniiom .-n the :aid
a,,ice., iDi;o'.', and charges and no more.
In ordet to avuid i.j-pDihien-i..n ,n thl. re-
speCt,it ir r-x,:> slI ,ccti. rii tha ithe lere "West
ilndies" ocugbt i-t b oI.o .a l;n ilq ni l- ive.
sense, ci-rupiiinc all that portion o(f the earh,
whether imin land or isansde, which ut that time
me' b-,.- d.,,iiiiiainale 3 i,- \Vest indies, in contra.
di-n.,int to Irtit lthi pr -rtoii u'f the earth tle-
nosminatedi theEastIndies .
-" r 4'l ele 4.
T LT; .,; -.3 'aics of AMierica, on their part,


c qu e i .,, I artiil.. qui ol. i-i-e iprordibct .u .li
'! des mdrnuluICtireis .=1. pays qui hordierit nn .-.
i u..n it ia ier B.li.qui eld.ni l'cnrti'e -.. l r-
,iir ilii; it:, e iF,.,aux dc. Etata Tni' i,, qu
cea denrees ritnrne-nt dirccirntni tii, ini.ltcci. Tie .
1e Ii EalhiquL, pui..Cilt Lu-,i etir, i upnrtir.- ie
,nemr dari let fitat, Flni, pau dies ;vais u.-u
-*ud...i uu N.:.rreg;ien, eilt q]'i o I oF- rn aye
rn pInir les diti raiwcaw ni pour les eargaisons tie
1. .114 inpoUti Oil Ch. i '- liA e .'i..]ljci p tl r. ,f S
iULre.- qt-'eux qui s.r.eiali phte- pinr i.-. vai-.eni x
dir k.ta-t. Unhii dui l1- I r,. e t. .i, rnv-c un uI.1.,-'
.,,,, i ie d; p, ir c. ut C r I dil, d il,' i ,ulp u .,u
charges, t-a pa, divnt.i,e.
A Ain n e pd, 'iVer, i' t,.ife ,,,eer6lr ie a P :;-ardl
tie- .dr,'-itL, iinp.tii ..u chin gc qurlcoilqu,, qne
dilviani p..er ur nR---, u iapartvtlanti bus c;to-
enii on subict- de I'une ie I-arlei centrucitnics
-t' arrtwart l.-in l''- p. 'rt. i ,- ,I' Iit- i" ,i1 ec u c.- I -
,:I. row qu; ,'..m>t-vriil rut parle- de prLduilt dui
,.)I "iu It lilhnu1acl',irt ou, i 0 FiU it % 1 a FI l m%.e
,-partiei.ir'il[, et en p',tie t- -" qi' i.wz i iiE r
,iiiP chwlaidite-, iloc( I'l i, ai.,, ii n 'rt pei l.-e a
I, V -iEa ,iil par I-,, iltlele.- preCf.,i-in il c. i n-
-enu iqul'en Cia. ea i'ue i.rgison -inl i uel.it, le dit
iS4 .i'eu pare-R a t,"ij ,iijIr- I-' d i4rol iiii,..,t, P i,
charge *iniisat la inaluie de ctlie pat-ie de la
e j. ui pt -ujeli- ux l' i:' d] .:il, tout
comme 4i I- v ,iiA- in n'eut apporie que cetlia stale
r'pip-c di' Uthal liUiiJlf- ,
irltc C' inqjuimc.
L-". Hauij'r. Pjriles Cr.irlraciar', ,;'naccurdent

-t pi',c- ir corii ic- d- I'ouire de. Ciinijls.
i'lrc.-Conflu a i eriat il tomiL.eL ,-qu, j.-il onu it
dIn toute la p'uiei;iaon et isi itance necesaire
pijur r.'mphlr du-in l f-ur I'.. .ct[.:.n-, i3ia il et
.c- eprre,-n'?iin.nr d.cIir-. que ilan. le cai- d'une
V'ind ,tiie ill.i:ale .-.u hi.pr' pi.- nre- l. a I,, .iii le
."uvi, ri-iemrt du pa;y' abuIa- 11 A At eriv..tye I- JdiE
i l'iijl, V ;Ce-.'.j.'-ul oIu ien pL ''d"r i, ou eciei
u-Rc- itnrinelntnt aut. .,-iix, uu itie i- tn, lrr. de
ii'.netin ou env.'ye p-r leP gouvernimert l.tf nie,
'.- ii.i en d:.rinanrt lIe laion- ii 1'aiihuie b.eri enn
emiilr cpiendarinl qule let a chives el di-cunien; r(--
dif- aux -i.iisre du t .i-ulit. -,'rout a I'7La .i ije
:olte rpcherlcie el devr-ntl Ptre -.,igneueiiaent
*,:,.ns- e, nt mis r n u le s e tcle d ilit r oitii et
-It. i' titril d i lcPer'dr'i-ii *..u il .in re.idie.
Le, Con-ri" ou Iu ruii ir it .. -. airntl Ie dr.atl
*OUIIIe 'Li-. d- .ert ir id: juies et d'l rhrl -- ie .i'i legi
liff. rendi qui p.urranilnitl *'tlsvr enl.r les cunpi.
,aine- I I- Eqiipage; d, 4 aisM n nJi de la 1.atiun
.hat le-s a ffairi-s ant rconfiieep a |i r i.inns. Lea
g; uv -iner sr. respecli's h'ir rit le idroit d. .*e
nI' Iter ,li ie r'l irP. if -rri qu'eii tiuiit quvi la
,)w tiIlI P ides e-.u Llig'e.s Oin Ii c pitii l..I i ro u tber-
,it I'.-i, re i li tr.,in iilite i ,in.- 1, ,'y-. ou le
all U P ir J -e Itrue-, T e cnsul .u ih- u sC: 'cvi-
t'il i h_1 i;- d' ( .ll 'hi -rr'-] nli, d pjouv.,ir
rsecunlf sur faire iew Si-Aon., Eer et, ndu qu- c-ite .--pec' tie j'ig.-
ni.-ni on d'arhitrage ne -i.auril u..u irint privir l le
',rslIP-" contPndinisi d id, it l q1u' I -, o t1 a Iinrr
r.-iour de recournr ouy auto.-itEc judilciares di lI-ur
pilttie.

.'inilde "- ri-ri;.
A. tic d, pr een -! ii t-ii *pt.ud-''
I' ,n 1d lie c illi ide i e1t, a pul C. iulI'ou Hi miilt
I'- pr i.'uitl i i .. .I ,i. i i. 1 d i, fn- oi i
"iii .-clanl-l treSpai iv-'enl t, 1 eit co. veiu 'luo
ii" 'ql' Buri ele Jc-igr. .-u -i' uri: nC.on i d s11;
I'I xpedilion qe I c.:! ou I' int.'iidn-ii de la
l...U..IdP air." l..i.i r.nu't .,se ,ne- u i q .i -o liruhi
tish [oirrt; 1 itici.. -n- n 4 3 r5.tatl de "na Sluj,-te li
I i i ,ii u,-d.- ei ile iN.i e-ge, peia rF.uL Unia el .,1-
'iS c.Inllin' el *ali. l.- u i. I l rles t q4. tiel mr-nl'
coi que it chef inu (ili-ct-teur i.d la ,Jcutrie ila.is les.
'"-i, 1 i.:t Fl t .- Uni. .tirtis desigie nt I1p'Icfi c(uisi-
iie etli t le produil dii m.I ou dii- iw tluCtit,. des
'a* Uni-., ,,iA ilmi, '1 ,Cilnnu iit.. ,.v-...1 il
e- EtlrS de a lajIe"le It H-'i de Suede 't de. Nor-
i' _.- La P .I cihi:ni .n .u de ignait, l|.,.I] e I ar
clef d la InDou'ie dlan6 Ir- cl'-nie i-' I la
Je te I oi de te i. et ile iN..riv geir F'. 'i
,ar iP e .. 'oer.nelr die a clol ,i- dI' l"u I'. hip t,i-
>i.>n aura ete faitl. srt re rauiade Coiatu, p-eu' e
iffi mnit ie i'oriLn de s r i ,-s a t,,t .]]i-,].'- u
speciess. pour qu'il s-.y ent admia a ce itlue dauu,
.e. purte iie d itats Urnis


f::.e .f:e S ', c.
Lc. ie;oyens, i ,jeifd. L Iae dIos parlicscon-
ii I I .-, lr iVrir iti ai ec leuv v ,i',e uliji .. rI'line
ile erntei u|,parl[-naiili ii l'aulre, alu lii e voulinli
Ii r fl-r ,,ilR e pint, uli apies y eirre fiirra [.e
v,'uJar. pa dechnhrP r tui jque portte dce la car-
1,-i-isn on l -ranger cu, tquit cho't di' behdarge-uln ,
luvona la'Ilberte dtip irin elt de pour'uivri- leur
*-vage -nc ietre en qil iqu ue nie Wi.l. .lef a..u
,'big drip rendr. enpLI dri c.rintenu Jde 1I. cargi-
".iI et san; pati r id'initr i -liLts- imlu,-s o n ch ,r-
.c4 qniealc-,riqiii. -oou. les vai-.-s.au. rnu la ciigaio. n
que le ildrr. tie Id piloiage quatid ou s'ent Iscrci
.l'irin pilate, it celix pour lk qu..ygeou p...ur l'\i-
irplien des rfaau-t In o u -eq ileilres drointi bont per-
cius i1tr lei. ration.aux Jdiir le iiene cat Jiiii '.'n-
i tiidu cepi-ndin.i que lorr'iu'e dis- aite'l.u ,ippar-
t.'naas iiu citloyi nu- i-u sujets de I'une dte part:es
c.ntri-.ellnieS e iiu( rri'lnt dat Ulieniiclen e di: la
un ri dilul.,i de l'auire, ii Ie c.unl'ornieonl uxi re-
ilenii i, r ..iniidnari.nw conei-rn,oi ala nacigati'.u
til li- lace' ou p..rl dar lesqu- I- au psut abuiider;
lIi 4,.nt. ein i;;nn ur a 'egai d -It. tationr leI-s Iliu
hivoriee et il iera pai mis aux officeet. ili douune
daris les districts desqiuels ins dlits vaisseatix se trou-
vent, de P. l-vitiel, d&- ester a bird et de prendice
tells p.erautiioin quie peuvent etre necessaires
p,.ur p ruivi. i t.iii r...[]j ri i' e iilcleir!< peudant que
le iie'10iii Vairll'fIux releiiO daoi I'enceilte Ide
cetl l Ciael jurid-licltion.
Adrtil u taminr.
II -:.i a-t i cnvenu, qu. lei vsa.sBauh de I'uneJdeo
prt;i.n r nitrtarnter., elant Iree dans let. ports ide
I.,iu'tr .I p,:.ij r.tl :c bolner a ne decliarger qu'-
line f.i'i1 J nir cairi g ioii jselon qiii' I. Captain a
ou p.'t.1- e Ie iv dire, et quJille pOurir.Ds 5'en
all. i libi--m, it a' ec le reite de Id cargaion i n n
pt.)rr de dr,.iti, imlnilti ou charges quelcuuques
q'u, pnour palit- qui ira cle mi8- a tieir. el qui
etrrt iidiqueP ee bil.ir sur la Ihieou le uvanilesLe
ctaile- a'i l'e. umitDIIii n dci -:fften qi.c Ie iauiLi'an
aur.i du npiorier I'iquille lilar daora tirijoursetite
pr e-enl-r an en'imer d la Duuihe aL lieuou Ie I i' ,;-
fe t .uri ahr iiLr'. 11 ne sern rien pa.e pour i
partlir d, la Inargeion ciie Ie al5eiau aura tmporte
*'L ft. i I qurit. II p 'il' ri ci.l'in'in -r -ii roule p,'ur
un ,,u lu-irur autres pitrs dt. m me pays daso
1-9q. li' .ii rei e-t p rntsiie aJ Viis 'aUS. >el .
.1 'tiins Ins ,lus favori'-ee' -t y dilpoiir du feb1e
de C, cai ,...iin ei pan'Alit Ic. iI'.t qui y nonl at-
tInchbi' u bi-n il puurra '(ii alier t\cc Ia carga-
.-.,,n. ui lui re:t Ic~.u It- puirls d. ,|u lqu." e lirs
as -. I I crpirncnt eiteri.du qua- le dr.ril',
imro-at- .u hI rget. qu Ic. iqiqui,. qui .-wt payetIc.
,oir le riiIsrcu memnie i!ni, nt ear-n ecquittes dans
1- premier poi I ,i il ri.m: I k chargement et en
decharge une parties et qu'aucuns droits ou imr-.
,,'oiO.ii- par-il- i.e seront d,-mandi, de nouvsnhu _
dann Ir'< r.it,' du nenite payf', u Ir' ilit r'"i-:-au
p .u r-it vail..i- entrer apra- n m)iniii que 1.-- na.
tII.t..IlII ,e -oy. n sj-its a tqu.qii ,e driti- ultar-
ieuos pour le mecm ia7. --
l frlile Vu'-fiete.
T..- citi n- i -.jee de Paine des parties con-
tractaitnt. Jiuuloiat dnas oe port ie 'atre tant


ag.-c, th't tll arill -le, the goi,' h, produce L.r
rnu.iiuflture of the c -u.itseis builiuudling lli
itic -Pe, oa bode r.ng itlite.ii.n, which are pt;r-
irrirfd lo b inipillned in cesestla, c the L'iit'.il
tid 5, ',.lit el itihc-i -C ariicles be l Oui Lmd diirr;.
ly .-r ii liie, it) it-.l the B1 li.t, imay likewire Il
imTirprt-.d i to t lihe U.ilLred 'tini. 3, in i*vtdti-li ul
N .i; in +-..-- ,: paid 10o the mid e st.i, or l..:r ite taunu-. all)
ingt n:r ior oth-I liiiu e-, iniput: I chaig. .t l.ii-
foeil er, than tho-.e iclth itiolil be palu bay '*,.-
v. -- Illi. L inatidl tt iL in t In t ahwLt cia:ilu.iu-t un-
crEt. with n .ddhlii-.i OlO) of' teU per centtil on
tLh '11 l di.lt i -,.. i 'p. :l and Cillh"iu tll a i iirle.
In ordelhip mIoiCj si l Ull5uiii o.ilL i n rcip.bt lt Iu
List: daIlts -, r tlimj .l-t or Cti c- a Ci Loa..6l, hum.'II
a %.--le l eI ..I ging ,l ,e l it CItiZell0. o' 0 ritljic tt
one ol ileso i niianleii patn.i..e Ought to pa), Cii
tir',i'iig 111 t the, p JIll i ilthe olhe-r, t.ciLb a cargo'
Co-im tiilng p-silly Oi 81a icl-l, lie g're lth, pri'due.;
iTr nf [i..', -i'lrei ,l' the cu lr it' luo %hcb tli leih tvofi l
beICk:n' andl partly) ol any ulhel iiIerch.-ntiili,
SL.cL: thle .i-d -..-.i i p ri', .ted 1 import by th
preciduijg lhiicie', il is aieed that in 'anec a ii
go liu.,il bi ilu, .u ,ilcll, hbe ve el .tbll alaey.
pay the tilutl-, iiupoi't; "r-d chaite, accoi'rJnmg. I.'
the nature of iht paL l lihe ca i 600 t% hicb ir s ub-
J- ctld l the hbi+iest dut;-, ., ill..- ame ri .innOi a-
Ji the Isieliraported th', i.. n ol mteritiandize ol1).

The I fh contracting partiec grant ruvluili.
ih- I;bcrL) C 1ibaitir[., i Ihec p13l:i- Ct c',njiiiaLI-
b-id' ports io the oltrr, Coculs, ice (or:utl-t i
Sc.iminerfal Agrei. bu hal i i tJ. he) :,!i the i j'-
ttctionlL aid 'lnti i'Ce nce.i u' i.r dile due dir
chdaigc of itil ir lunictidn.. Ut is h6re eprC-i-
)ly elicuied. Lb-It in Ceae of illegi ur iinmi upe,
coiduci, in repeal to the lawt or gove'rnmoiit iJ
a b Ctuittry to ."Lich they are -iv it. hc -uhil liO -
sul, jnce coirii or aigtUii, may be tiller Iuir-
ISl it iii.c. idrin 0 lito .s- ilsini.a ed or ut til h biy b)
the fft-idd i'p %cniiieiinl, lLet: g overnirienL ul-igi
ins to the ie ihi'- i he t ,ciui iisterefos. I is, ne\-
eirb' hi, tia.l.ci- ac-,J that If" ai hicr dud Cdn-
ulil-nt t reltati ,e i,, Lre. aL. lld S a I c .- t:ollniln ti .iih, l i.e'
pr.-.ecEtd li':im ll i.'.n iliiiti'r...and .-hbull ii Cua l.i'-
1) itrerved, btrii.; placed under the eal of the cli-
nij iAd .f the ai-Iajiity uf the i.te hete hE
shbiil iBve retided.
i ie c, I .l 4nrd their deputies shIll have Ith
rilh ii, a t u h, i.. act a. jtalnl.e arnd alititr.; ir inI
ibh ililir.-irpl II Bal t t) arise ri. i er. the Cap-
Ininir old ciiA4, ,',I ih.f r-el u1 IIle n.t.inn i.cb-,
allfues .iit[ elttnii.td in ale-ir edie. Tlbe repect-
i% ,',v'i rn innia. lbiil lavener.,i li, hl in t leilcr
in mnller.-nl ithie Liil, except li'e conducL of the
crs-piiih and ci w -v all dittic i u l ti pv: t e e h'
tIriiquility .,i' ihe countryy in nhiich the vfcse
1m`t1 I, '-r tihia ulse Cun.iu ..i. the plf,.e \.-'il li-1
bl'mti- l bli ied tu i--.rt 1 ii i- ile I iterposiii-.n ta.'d
i ,up ,i i t It [ the il xeciti.e aithli ii), Io uaate hi.
dteriain ito b io'.icted ad udaintair.ed. It b.-
ing, nereialthi-i,-, uid|rsi,d lliat ihia, kind 6ii
jod!;rfilnt ,r an.irdl ,l ,,', ,lepF, e the >.jln 'inl-
iIg; partie.i--f the right cwhs-i ibtey shall have, nii
their i-tlrn, to rcicii." t, th,. j.udciil ati holltr ,
of their on i coutnLs
Irtin it t..
IP order Io p; ei ni -1il diz-; le nnid 'i-i, rt ..:it)
in riP.p(Cr tlo Iuh iinay be eciidiecail .1 bel ;
th- ;-r.n ilth, prorl':d c ..r .' u ii leat'ur.O- f fil I'.
tiaciln,; p,;irtii l i .eritn. Ii is aI r. ed, th.-at
tv .' .-r it,- e'iete cir ite ihult f l0 iCll aInj
shall h,.o eilnC Ui.1qil annl peciftlifaUhf s'ii, i the
tl--i1aint I- .I red (o lie ',r-PiP s it hi li depant
from tiht Eui penn piirts ol His Mh I-tj'-ivre Kin..
ol c,.,'-, aid Nurtcay, shall Ict krtI..wtolic
ani admitted as uch bii the LUniitci States": uii.l
that ill ihi, .aie minaUnnr, i tlutcer the ch;' I or
colltcilr of the cu lum- in the port o t(lie Unit-
ed tlalC. shall hbae d.i tIgiated iad .i ecified h.a
0iI' fr..'thl, ri, u.luer or nannBildure ofl th,- Lnitcd
Stite., shall be ncknoiledged and admitted as
such in ithe til iIit-i. C.If Hi, 5laje.l taim King it.
Si eden amul Noirnty.
I he jpeciLecasion o'r designation given bti th.'
chief of thei'cusi.-mi in the c.-l'niiie)s if Hi. Mf3j6-sly
the KingcEl'Seden arid Norway6, uadn contaiied
by tihe GUternir of h- col.ity. sbhal be cC.:usid-
ered as sufficient prooc of the l tiogirn oit e artic-,'
thu. speeil'ied or detfiniiied, d lt litiain for them ad-
na-sii.in into the port .i ibh U-tied Sitalcaccoril-
init .
4.-;,:!., 7-
The cizi; n. or i[.j. it ,.f -iner o'f he cerlro.i=-
in, patiii-, aiiv,,.,, with their vi,!vj- on any
cmail bI.u licgir, to ithe ihb -, I .t n.,. .-illing to
enter into port or being entered into port, and
nit milling to uinlond .:.r break biitic, shall hare
litcit'r ti-i idela ,an[,..' Ul l. "-.uie tlelu ;co ge with-
out ni.-i.,-tation. noid cithoillt being obliged to
r'-iilmi aci-.iint of i heir t cao, or, nit-I phy any du-
tie,, iuiiir-Cs., rl c.ih'r-uii -Vhnaloever, on the vesel,
c.r cig..-., acepl.ti; only the Iluer of pilotnge,
when i pilot hll lire been rnpl.h ii. or thoue
of qunl. agu jOr light mn:,-le), I herncit llir-h Ju=.-
ar.: p.bi.J ,I .ili .eaie cCi t..iia:,ri,', bLy the citizens
or siilj.ecti of the cr-untib. It 1Abing, neverthe-
i IludFr'oil, tliat whenever tbhe vessels hbe-
loiging lo the citi-ens- o"r -ubjPc's of one of the
cnili.-l.ting purite '.1i! i h, v atr, the jti u.'ldiclioii
of the -'ther, tha1 y h,%ill e :onlriiii ti the laws and
rit.ulOtiorin. c, icerriio lit'igatiii. ard thie place'.
niii p ..-.ii into wh:-'h it miiy he pernuitled to enter,
'l]ucb i.are in force with rLanid ti tihe ctiizet.ii- 0
il-jec:t. o'f the rounrit ; : i it bull se law:ul l .,r
(tI uollite ra o! the cu'tlm in ithe district cwhucri
the Eiri %i -ae! ray lbt, lto t t .i the, tlo i ,:taint u.:
bonrdl, anl to tilk culh pcir-cutimnisi a, imay be'
ice-iry to ,Ivcfnt n v l illicit.c conniiiie while
sich v.,.! f :er'nuin ,within the aid }nrisdiction.


Ar -hl- I '
It is il-o agiced, that thle- v7erst--i s r one or the
CnntractlIIg liat lieh. -4tering the iporti of the oth-
El, haell hb permitc91ti dlii-ehaisa part only u1f
their cargoes, i hetkcver tIhe uaplin or owner
shall desire so to do, and they shall be allowed to
depart fiet-ly with the :emainder, without paying
as.y duties, irapost;., or cbrga uhatsuever, ex.-
S.pt 6n that part w'hish shall have been landr-il
and '.sh:ch lall bt maikaid and noted on the list
or rnuanifer c'ntimnin, thle euinueraticsn of tht
minrchanit.iz..e whieh the vassel uught tu have on
board, anrd whi;h .ltt ought alavoys to be presepn-
ed, witltbrut reservation, ao the officeresofthe cus
.kin. at dle pLce v'herL the v-ssel thaill have ar-
rived; and notbhiuigbllU be pail oun the part of
thle ca go which uir erel tukitn h.> ay rnd the
aid ceisel miy proceed therewith to any other
port or ports in the same country, into which
vessels of the mosL favored nations are permitted
to enter, and there dispose of the same; or the
said vya.i may depart therewith to the ports of
any other country. It ie, however, understood,
that the duties, imposts, or charges, which are
pn.cl'lc on the ves..elitself, ought to be paid at
'i- htTret pctI hle iit-i breaks bulk and dicharg'
e~ a pbrt oif tho cnr-o, rnl ilhal no tich duties or
imposltiuniB hall he again demanded in the ports
of theeame country hiere thie ai a c'esel may
thereafter enter, except thee inhalbiitaini of the
country be subjected to further dutii' it; thn ran. e
circumstances. ic 9.

The Citi.-i i.or subjects of one of the con :a:l-
ing p.::ite., 'ilU enjoy in the uO.s of r.ti clh


pour IElr aicseaBux .xue aU t ll ifor their v.8 sel mas
uILur leur niarchardi-* i for thei nmertl., di.... II
oe toih lee drotlltS fci acil- the rieM.ht- d I.-rll>
1i-. d enl'repot diiiJaj i,.. o)renli ip,,, h'ih tire Pn-
,nirt lfe. nation It.i |Ju, jyedlLy the inons .,' .,red
favorisees dans-les memes uauti.nsii iii the ni-.p"it' I .
portl.0.
Artilte Dixieme. .Article 10.
Au cas qie taquelue Tncs e an, ve. el be*
u.5rr'u up.ppartleami:L lngiiing U i elii. i of the
l'ull Ire dbiei IcaIts iI. n two s-talte, ir t, their
'- r] i t.', eiiei et eij. rI ciLtizeni svi iil j sci i, hAll
,aI i etli.,ief, iaUl n auIAte he stranded, .hiliwreck.
:.U soufe. t quctqe ahuLe ted, or hace -uleiti]d any
.IL.ItnirUa U les c-te de oIlier diumages on the
in duiiatiion d.' I'une coasts un-ler ihe domiu-
uitdouv parties contract ii n nof either of tll par-
LanatS, il., ad. Illine .Ie 1le-. NhlA il and .ani;tanuce
.ilede ial.uitauteauttx I--Iall bra gurn to the
i,,,.iiii' naul'rage, on qui p-i-un; shipwrett ed, or
-Ce li*ufi r tii diniger. lt liho may be in danger
il litur seira arcoide des there'of, andi pasports
l ilc orti r.ur i, uc ,i're i a .ie ..ir.nt ld the to
:ti\ iciienr is leur" pa- i'retlin I,,iieirown enun-
tuie. Les na-ir-.sietOit- iiy. 'q'he slipsmindl mer-
LbandiiE. nul'[fraes ou chau:lise wrcckedr or the
liur pirventi, i i-s e.icfi, |I'OCed I ihrel', f, if sha
i.CEitnet i-ie tpul.i, etlanL t;feci, b. sold, being
retlamesdans I'an etji,ur cliniiii in 3 rar and a
tr I-- p .ipi-Pi, tafi,.-, j i ,ij, L, ibhe owners, or
IL-u! i ayant canI.-e, 'er.tIL their attrlieyv, shall be
; tiL'Ic-S f' sn |..'] tiii let ; t. ed ur. i p ing ils
uleni"eflai du -a-,ileerit saliw, c.-i of slcade,
c'iitl. nll. ilent u au ..i--i i ,,i ,rmiLii 1) ii the ;uat
cutatiinies de' di.ui h- arid us- ,s rf thap tt
inous qjue tia tra ic,. I l-i ll.i;tiuui, Wilit.h the ctii-
nation asu& dunsir nrm .en, or bLivt:- of the
ca.. Les igouverrnuenii country viit;ud l.ny in
irppECLiLfi VcilerolicUl cc tlie isiate r;troUDt-iaiLnte.
que I's conipagni.AI qni i'be rdcpective .,-,trn.
i-ini ou p.,urr. .,t I lle iiv eili s- shall i-.nlith rer
sistueas Four saucer lei the c.mpnnier cbich are
f-t'...ieI il ief. -'i n "- iu. inii,.y be iWn liutied for
iFei, lie Sa p, meht4-rni 't avig ipr-Liprr-cled per-
1piiti de vei.siiito ou -on, and propiuty. that
actE, t Bilraires. vcexrthiib atid Bbute.. umat
6OL tLhe pitri,
Artclc Ohnz.,he. .Arls,-1 11.
II eI coutenue quie Ira IIt hiagrr d hul vrc.FiL
.histr-Aiu que dirili..il a-riinn f dii ci I'iui, It-a
dir. cement die' Etatt Unfutd Stat.-', it a port
Uihsa aun porl de ia ild- under the docuJ.t'.ai of bis
riiionaon da aa l5je-te l,,jeuil the King ofSNs.
le H1.4 de auede .t de deaiu ad Norcay, or f'r.m
Norcge.ou d(e pa dtie the ports ot his said M1bj
va daie AiaMes-te, en -u- toly in E.uiope at a port
cope,a un port de Eftels of l!ie Unit-d Stialef, lur-
IUnis t qui sont p'urt.' nished with a certificate
Il'un certifica t do snte of h l.ith freu, the conuipe-
iloane par l'officier com- tent health officer of the
petent u tel egmard du port htbeunce they trok
port d'ou I rvais-eau eiit their departure, certify-
aorti et alsureatl qur'au- ilg lihut no aaligniani or
,.uUr riaflale mIulagcneou coiiiagii-u- dcei-c- eiiSt-
conlagieuse nlelxi-iail ed aI that pu,it, iihall iol
.ianii- e I' '.i, ni sernut Le -ni jected to hiNy oih.&
-.uuini- a aucun.' Firire er quarritne th-in such
giaa.irant.nel que c.'. -<:li -jll e nei- .'' v fn-
.-ii iIi .l-'inci |I di a tihe virit n;, Iie hcwltn ,1I
caite die: if-..., i n J ,i.it e icer' o e t 'pcitam -v. ..icL
du.poni l -l '. 1 hisn,-i-Ix i'i) Inms have urlt ..l,
tnt i.rlcies, i.pre lioqiaclle tat slall, afinr ai i' -ini,
it icrijo prti.,- .u Ai.is,.i u lIe l j.utLciitd ioin r t'tii tely
d'entrer iUIniUmedidaumprlt o i iter andi itinchlalg
ti de .Iccliharier carza- the't ci ,oe.- : i tO.TJted
i.--n, bhi-n entenda tou- alw tus, that there anmy
j.ur, ql 11il r'y ait eu per- not c-'0 Iad. hd ais p- ri-n
.uriue huutrd du raiscesiu on brard c who |L t '.-n,
qui h's. ~anuce ait-ique dudi.ig ie '.i..yi'e, aLltc.- I
pendunt la vyuguo d'u-e cd v.alI a niilignainl o
mlalndie maligni. ou conr- coIilaludu diii sa andl
ltapeuse et *ilie la con- thai the cu-Untiy arni,
tree d'-'ti viet i le vaisbsau oiitch the v esel ouLie,,
ne .-it pans aceisc epoque m'ay nut be 0, geran.-lt>
si genitalment regardee regarded at the time a.j
coomme infectee ou sus- ihii(lced, or u-pLCItEl.
pectee, iu'ion'ais ete o- that it ha. been previoia..=
biige- dIe donner aupara. ly r.cetsaiiy to inile a
' ant uric c-rdonuince par reguiion, by which bat
aqurlle A.n ias cat eEe- vt isel comtuing froi fitham.
ems 11 qu viendJh:ns de cutailry ane regadlild a
ce p1,ti tseaset-il regasrdes suspected, and cuhLeclt
ItCi.mmao-i .ru P i ii.it n 1to quarantite.
a ja quaranai ne.
Ar'. it H:. '. Arlike 1i. -.
De Tiaiie d'Amiiie et The treaty of Amitl
de Coruimerce, cuiilu a and Coimumi-cecnrirhdtld
PariF, ean 1733, par le atiPari, in 17;';3, by the
Plen;pic.r.iCiaire.i des E- Plenipotenuaruav of itbb
tat IUnt ,'el de aa M-jeste United CaEses rond of Rip
le Roi die Suede, e1t rcr.- ,laJtesy the King of 'ite.
ourelle et nuieu vigueur den, is teiiewed arid put
par le present Traite pour in f(ice by the preenii,
tuuL cc qu esi. contEnuJ trerii, in rrsprct tl, (all
dlan4i esartifili. deiuy.cinq wcbici iss contained in the
sil, *epi, huit, neut, dix, second, huth, AilLtLE, s '-
ouCei,drnui,trbie,qu.uiltr- Enith. eighth, ninth,
.z" qLinze, seize, diauept, tenth, elevctil, twelfth,
JixhliL.:da-liaeul, virag;lun, titteenlh, fortI.-iLh,
vingi deux, vingi trois et fiteet.sh, .-izteeiLb, seV-
vingl cilq du ldit trait: enttetlb, c tteenth,
ainse qu erts artides sep- uineteentbh twerlty.firlt,
ares un. deut., quartre et :twevty-second, tv.,ent)
cirnq, qui furent signia le third. ad c'iii> ,-F.riL
meme jour par les memes articles qf the said treaty,
Plenipotentiairee, etI leI a ell as the seprti teoi
articles demignles Feront arIIruLs one, two, four,
regarded come aynnt and live, which were
force et vigSueur tant cun* signed the same, day by
me V'iln -taicnlt c iciieria the same pleni.oIer.Ieii-
miiit a me. Bien een- enries ; and the articles
du que les slipu'liions sip.'cified shall hb.: c'nsI.
continues dens les arti- etd to haave as fu:, ,Uirc
des precites, seront tou. and v.gi.r as if thrl n ie
jours censees ne riCe inserted tnrd for w,:.1.
changer aux conventions provided, nevertheless,
precesmtniment connlues that the tiiLiittonr, c.n-
avec d'aul res nations am- tainted in the artilcAs
ieI et alties. abote mennioned, stillt
aehays be ccui,idTred as
Snaki.g no chanrgein the
conventions prei'. h.i ly
iolndlided wlih aliier
fiendtdy and allied na-
tions.
Article Trdle-me. Article 18.
Vu P'eloignement des Considering the di'-
pays respectifs des deux tance of the ri=p-ct;ise
hauties conitractantes et countries of the ti n I igh.
l'incertitude qui en resu- coniractica pailt;e,A the
Ite sur les divers evene- uncertainty that rules -
mnens qui peuvent avoir therefrom in reatlrur. to
liieu, il eat cnvene qu'ca the various events which ,'
batiment marchand ap- may take place, it is ;
parconant a I'ure dr i pai- agreed that a merchatt '
ties contrnetmente et ee ves:ei, belonging to une ,
trouvat destine pour un ol the cocnt:.ict.ig parties -
port qul serait suppose and destiraed to n p,.r"
bloque au moment-dt de- uppuscd to b.e lctk..-
part da ce hatimetO, ne dil at the time ni'i il- dt-
sera cependaat pta cap- pature,,-ball not Lorwec er
ture ou cr ndamic pour re cpt r,.d :lor c'rinde.lnm-
avoir csS3'ye une pre-misre ed for baitng fir.l tmne i
f'is d.i-rtnir d,,n: Is aitt attm-riplid t, enitr tl. 'S
port, a omain:. qu'il rFe aid p,-ru, unle.- It ,.iy
puisseetre prouveque le b pl-:..-rtd thi. ;li- sin,,
Cut Ihniiinent al' pI ';t du ve-i--,. .i l.l- -midJ oulii't (c
p.[,rE r. :.i "9 tr'. 9q; h ,)-e jeaintn J. on i., --* .


I ne" I








ietat le hl i.oe r Ii n.w-- :hat thl- t-'=e in
ilac o t i..u 'ti:ii col. m1- P' -'s.-,n c. r. ii u id t1C
nIiL : nl ..'.' les lat.in--n. be b 11 si t- m e of til ek
q.i, epri nvnir etc r.-n ade. But re'ric tl hch
rvpenunefoi,,rP-nverai- tnf-r havi. h been otice
'-it ,fiel- iir.i( l. nca- .e lu' .I -.w .', ;h'll at-
.uyy.i e&',.t.,:r ure set- t.i':.: a ,-r. ,'d liu, ,
ondeit fi- d...: P re ... t '. thes hP e vr..0,n e.
p'rt n .l' ,i- .t r I L it, eatel"r eiS .',rne p .rt
cuntii,atin,,nn In I-L,ca. rt the enel..y, vihle thn.
,.' troinper,.rt- *'s I .. .- blorIeaie co.tnine', shadll
.-tE.A i ei- dritienus ei be hir.ble to dltettlion
c',-n't-iflri,:-i and cordirnaItiA.n.
.inr cte Qoit.naw me. Arcfre It .
Le pre-len 'firitsed.' The pit-ent Treaty,
qi'd aUi t, ec rilifie par vwhe-a the qamae ,hstll bnve
I., Pe't.Fleiial :s .tari hean raLllGed by ihe Pre.-
tI ni, par et avt cI'mis ident of the U. SLtles,
vi- lo niuo-crntiner L ,lu hy and with the ad-
*'r.nil e pt .'a ih.je,- ViLe CAd content f ,tha
t.e l Ri id, Sed!e etde 'enaie, and by Hi 'il,,j
Norveg-.., rester en ecty the King ,.,t e-dn
vig'isur ,,t 'era obli',- arnJ Norway, shall con-
totre pour le1I" cIr Un- inue in lore, anild be ib-
, P Sa Mg.i,'te Ie R.u J.':tiury on tlie U. Sta.
.!e SijFem i-ihe NirVeg-., i.d His Milaj s y th,
pafnmlnt I'e-i.na-e d- 1.:it i,;ig or0 Serien annd
ani, a crmptir de i'.- Norrsy, fuin l- te m of
-1b.,n 't l "'. i ritifilion e-iht year- f,-.- Ilie e,-
't cpJl--ui Fcroilt eebon- change of tr.e raifitc-
!c %. daLs huit rnoil a- tlons; nci the ratifica-
pres la Fientirlue de ce lions ball b-f exe-hnged
'1raite, et pluitoo i laire in dtbht months f,.-im tlhe
Speri. .i;g.iinure of th;i creary,
o -,.uner ifn p,,ipblpe.
En fr.i -eI .eni 3.s In. 'faith uhreno, the
Plersipr., ntliAi ,c r.'- re^wrelire Pleripiltti-
prcdf, i ont ign'" pr.- arir have signed the pre-
s.i. 'Trri-c ct y.-,nt a!n- sfit treaty. ai d have
po-e lo cachet de 1.-ur ithe'eanrto s-t the scal of
aineTi. t1r-r a&rii.
Fait a St.tckhi.li a 13 :),eePt 9ut klt.,lTimhe
qniiantre Srplpmbre, Ptn fimrLh day ol .Spteirnbe.,
di Grace, mtl bait cent in the year of race r.ne
seize. th,.unand eight hundred
ni.I -ixteen.
Jo3 %. 'Rr.qaFEi.5., 3Jo'. RVrsrLI,
Le .omte d'Ersozi. Le (orate d'E.GCr.-
STROM, STROM,
Le Comi, A. G. de Le Comte A.G.de Mon-
M3ORER. HER.
Now, thr-rfore, be it known, that 7, Jr.tIES
Moxno, Pio,idenit of the United Stante, have
caused the sl-I Treaty to be made public, to the
end t-hat t.e same, and every clause anJ article
thereof, with the exception of lth three articles
abinve referred to, many be observed and fulfilled
withb o..d fith by bte United States and the
citizets there it.
In testimony whereof, I halre hFreiuno set
my hanrd,and caused the seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Do-.e at the city of Tashingfon thiis Sst day
of Dec,-mber, in the yetr of our Lord one
thou-and eight hanindirand ibghlenn, and
of trie ludepeadence ofithe Urie.d States
the forty-third. JAMES MONROE.
By the Pre-.cdent:
JOKN aQUINCY ADAM1;,
Fterretar-, -"- ,e.


From the .National Intelligencer.

THE UNITED STATES BANK.
This institution is i-. a si:.'ularsitunaton..
It is at this time viclently assailed. riist,
by the most of these p-rsons who indulge
prejudices against all banks, and particu-
larly against this, on the ground of believ-
ing it to have been uriconasi.utnonal/q es-
tublished. Secondly., by all the exclusive
friends of doubtful or incolvent state banks,
and other-institutions, not able to pay spe-
cie for their notes, and which will shortly
blow up, if this mammoth bank (as it is
called) continues to fiau stec.e. Connect-
ed with these are all men, who, without
beirg worth a cent, want to make fortunes
by obtaining a pafer credit. 3dly, by all
men who want, and can't obtain a credit
in it.
And, what is most singular of all, i6, this.
bank is assailed; 4thly, by its own stock.
holders, because, having extended great
indulgence to state banks and others, be-
ing pressed by the accommodation of the
government in the ;aylment of five mll-
lions of the Louisiana debt, and the rapid
e.-port.tiuon of specie, th.u will receive at
present but a small dividend !
It has been vauntiigly asserted, that
this bunk has not answverd a single pur-
pose fo:.r witch h was instituted-that.
although established by the nation, it now
possesses not a single national feature 1
Are these charges founded in fact ? I
ans.t-r, they are not.
1. One great purpose, and perhaps the
gre',test, for which it was establ;ired, was
to enable the nation I government to pay
its debts and collect in revenue over every
part of this extended continent, without
the loss eF From I'n 'I -. 25 per centum,
which ws-. the case before its institution,
by reason .f :he depreciated situatiii.n of
s'';: c.-nk paper. This is now effected
v, ,Zhout the loss of a cent.
.2. It was instituted to furnish, ao far
a tis praet:-.ble b. ant monied iNsti.'urion,
a medium of commerce of equal value all
over these United States. It has done so ;
for the discount upon the bills of its
branches has been only from to-2 per
centum, at most, whereas the lns on the
paper of state banks was from 10 to 30
per centum, and even more, before its
establishment. The idea of its bills be-
ing at f,ar all over the United States, was
riever indulged by any one ot those dis-
tinguished men who laid its foundation,
or by any man whatever, who under.nood
the uniform and inevitable operation of all
monied institutions!
3. It was instituted to pay specie itself,
whenever demanded for its notes, and, by
doing so, to comply ,Ither banks to pay it,
or meet their irretrievable fate-bankrupt-
cy!
This it has continued to do so far ; and
if Congress is true to its own duty. and to
the nation, this institution will be constant-
ly compelled to redeem its not:-; by spe-
c.ie payments whenever demanded. Tiiis
is the true paint to which Congress must
directits aten:ion ; and, I he'.'pe, from this,
not all the m lhty wi. rI,:,. of state bank
interest, will be asb'. '. aw it. So long
as sfec.:- y ..-. -.:j a.'e kept up, we shall
have a sou c:..-rencr, and tlie salvation
of the r.- .r. i'l be insured. Depart
fr,-'m thi: and t`e .rou-.try will be dclug-ed
with U..ir, fi' issue of pa,:er, which,
in i'sa entur.. lI prelciation. will carry irre-
;rr-vablc *:". to the houses of hundreds
O. thousand.


The distress rvhici now assails many,
lecau'e the cxur.try has imported moie
f're:gn: goods than can be f.a.d for; be-
cause banks and individuals have been
seized with a spirit of speculation, which
has ,.uIuccd then to issue paper, and runr
irn de'": far beyond their worth or capital;
and because the demand fur specie fcr ex-
portation is very great ;-I say the pres-
ent distress, brought on by these causes, is
6erioi.e, and must produce m'ich individ-
ual loss ; yet, the vessel of state will glide
nithr majesty into the harbor of safety, if
you comipel the national bank to connru,'
paying specie! The natural consequence
of this will be, that all solvent state insti-
tutions will continue to pay specie, and
iSsue a sound papcr currency, which wili
be the true representative ol sp:cie ; anid
those bloated rotten paper offices, which
raise the loudest yell against the United
States Bank, must blow up.
RUSTICUS.

FIFTEE.NTH C CONGRESS.
SECOND SESSION.

IjV SEA'd T.
Mor:DAg, JANUARY 4.
Mr. Sanford, from the coinnmittee of
Commerce and Manufactures, made an
unfavorable report on the memorial of
Nicholas Brown and Thomas P. Ives,
which was read and ordered to'be printed.
Mr. Tichenor submitted a motion, to
callon the Secretary of War for a state-
ment of the effective force of the military
establishment; a statement of the differ-
ent posts and garrisons, the number of
troops in each ; alo the number of at--
tUilerists, the number and calibre of the
ordnance at each post, &tc.
The Senate resumed the consideration
of the bill to provide fur the more conven-
ient organization of the Courts of the Uni-
ted Slates, and the appointment of Circuit
Judges-the following motion made by
Mr. Barbour, when the subject was up
before, being still under consideration.
1 Resolved, That the bill be recom-
mitted to the committee that brought it in,
with instructions so to amend it, as to abol-
ish the Circuit Courts and transfer their-
jurisdiction to the District Courts, to au-
therize an appeal directly from such courts
to the Supreme Court and to erlarge the
right ofappeal by reducing the amount
on which that right may be exercised."
After considerable discussion, this mo-
tion was decided in the negative, as fol-
lo. s: yeas I I,nays 23.

TUESDAY, JAN.ARYV 5.
The motion submitted yesterday by Mr.
Tichenor, was taken up and agreed to.
The Senate resumed the consideration
of the bill toorgani2z anew tlie courts of
the United States, and for the appointment
orf circuit t judges.
Much time was bestowed in filling the
numerous blanks in this bill and maturing
its derails; and, before it was gone
through,
The Senate adjourned.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, JANUAVR I.
Mr. Pleasant-, from the Naval Commit-
tee, reported a bill authorizing the pur-
chase of live oak timber for 15bilding small
vessels of war; which was twice read and
committed.
The Speaker laid before the House the
following letter from the Secretary of tlie
Treasury :
Treasury Department, 1
January 1, 1819.
Sir: I have the honor to transmit a
statement of the exports of the United
States, during the year ending the 30th of
September, 1818, amounting in value, in
articles of
Domestic Produce and Manufacture, to
73,354,437
Foreign do. do. 19,426,696

S 93,281,133
Which articles appear to have been ex-
ported to the following countries, viz.
Dom.f ic. Foreign.


To the Northern
countries of Europe 1,554,259
To the dominions
ofthe Netherlands 4,19-2.77,6
Of Great Britain 44,425,,s52
Of France 10,666,7.98
Of Spain 4,589,661
Of Portugal 2,650,019
The H'ane Towns
& pots of Germany ',260,002
All others 3,515,355


1,081,424

3,022,711
2,292,280
3,263,791
2,967,2252
2'48,158

1,073,49 1
4.915.589


S 73,854,43S7 19,426,696
I have the honor to be, &c.
VWM. H. CRAWFORD.
The letter, with its enclosures, was or-
dered to be printed.
Several unimportant bills passed stages.
The committee of, Ways and Means
ware instructed to enchii ; respecting fur-
ther provisions to guard the revenue on
the Canadian lines.
THE SL.AVE. TRADE.
Mr. Mercer introduced the resolution
which follows by a few remarks, import-
ing that the law of the Unit-:J States pro-
hibiting the citizens of the United States
from engaging in the Slave Trade, wiks
evaded in a manner which demanded the
interposition of Congress. He referred
to the law,'which authorizes the President
of the United States to employ our armed
vessels in executing its provisions, and
also authorizes those vessels to seize and
bring into the ports of the United States,
all ships and vessels engaged in the viola-
tion of it. In a publication which Mr. M.
said he had seen, and to which he refer-
red, the names were given of at least twen-
ty vessels fitted. out in the ports of the
United States for the obvious purpose of
carrying on the Slave Trade. Appeals
had been taken from the decisions which
had be-en made by the inferior tribunals in
some cf these 'cases, and the names of
Amcrican houses and American citizens
^ .


er.gaged in this detestable traffic, were to
be found on the records of the h itish
court. To obtain information ba.ing a
direct bea rig on this subject, Mr. NM.
subntted this resolution :
k.ea.'!vcd, That the Secretary o-f the.
Navy le directed to report to this House,
a copy oft'such insti actions, if rnay,as may
have been issued by his Department, in
pursuance of the Actof Congress of 1807,
pr.ohibiting the importation of. slaves, to s
the commandersof the armed vest-is of
the United States, for the purp e of in-
tercepting, on the coast of Afi'ia, or elie-
where, such vessels as have beernengaged
in the slave trade.
The motion was agreed to.
Mr. Mercer thensaid, he had another
resolution to offer, in relation to another
branch of 'the same subject. We have
all been informed, he said, in the course-
of the last few months, that individuals
br-ought into the United States, in Liola-
tion of tice law before referred to, had, in
execution of the pro, isions of that law,
been condemned to hereditary slavery;
anti, on examining the acts of Congess,
lie foud thai the authority under wfichi
this iniquity (he would so call it) had been
practisdl, was derived from one of tlpee
acts. To obtain such information as
might. as ist the House in arriving at
proper remedy for this fault, he mov
the following resolution : A
Rieolved, That the Secretary of the
Treasury be directed to report to this
House, the number and names of the slave
ships, if any, which have been seized and
condemned v.ithin the United States for
vio.laiion oftht. laws thereof against the
importation of slaves, and if any negroes,
mulatoes, or persons of color, have been
found on board such vessels, their num-
ber', and the disposition which has been
made of them by the several state gov-
ernments under whose jurisdiction they
have fallen.
Mr. Strother moved to amend the reso-
lution so as to direct a report to be made,
also of the number and names of the slave
ships, itfany, and the ports from which
they had sailed, if they could be ascerthin-
ed. Mr. S. said he wished that the ig-
nominy of this trade, if any, should at-
tach where it belonged, and not be imput-
ed, on the authority of generW. rumor, to
the whole country. lfe wished at least
that the country of which he was a Rjp-
resentative should be absolved from any
charge of participation in it.
Mr. Floyd wished, also, that the names
of the places where the e-.:sels are owned
should le added to that of the place
whence they sailed.
Mr. Cobb desired to amend this reso-
Itltion further, so as to require information
byh whoi, as well as where, the vessels were
owned.
These amendments were not objected
to by Mr. Mercer, and were, as well as
the original motion, all agreed to.

TUESDAt', J&NU \RT 5.
On motion of Mr. Taylo'r, the daily
hour, of meeting of this House was direct-
ed id be, for the remainder of the season,
eleven o'clock.
The Speaker laid before the House a
letter from the Navy D:-opartment, at com-
panying a number oi copies of the Navy
Register for 1819; and a List, trans-
mitted by the first comptroller of the
Treasury, of those persons who have not
rendered accounts for settlement withira
the year prceding.
On motion of Mr. Southard, the com-
mittee on so much of the President's
Message as relates to the Militia, were in-
structed to inquire whether any, and, if
any, what alteration or amendments to the
laws of the United Sta.ts are necessary,
to insure an equitable enrolment and
annual returns of the Militia of the re-
spective States.
On motion of Mr. Smyth, the commit-
tee ofcommerce and manufactures were
instructed to enquire into the expediency
of fixing the standard of weights and meas-
ures.
On motion of Mr. Sampson, the com-
mittee of-ways and means were instructed
to enquire into the expediency of amend-
ing the 5th section of the act laying a duty
on imported salt, &c. so that the owner of
every vessel above 25 tuns, employed in
the fisheries, shall receive an allowance of
four dollars for each and every ton of
such vessel's burthen; provided, that the
allowance aforesaid, for any one vessel, for
one season, shall not exceed 340 dollars.
Much private and local business was
transact ril.

WasiNGoTro, January 5.
The VIOCE-PRESIDENT of tie United
States, and his family, arrived in this city
on Sunday last.
The ScaRnrARy or rTE NAVY arrived
on the same day; as also did Commodore
CHAUNvEo,of the Navy.

We have already presented to our read-
ers the letter from the War Department
to a committee of Congress, announcing
the manner in which it is proposed to ex-
pend the money appropriated, and to be
appropriated, for fortifications. Yester-
day a report from the Navy Commission-
ers was laid before the House of Repre-
sentatives, shewing the liberal progress
made in the execution of the law for the
gradual increase of the Navy of the Uni-
ted States; and, just before, the Naval
committee, in the same body, had report-
ed a bill to provide for the purchase of
live oak timber, for building sloops of war
and smaller vessels. These measures, in
connection with the construction of'forti-
fications anid military roads not noticed in


the report, and the establishment of post
on the higher branches of the Western
waters, exhibit an attention to the perma-
nent defences of the country, and a pru-
dent forecast, which will give a charactli
to the rme.sures of the present administra-
tion.
Since no part of the resources of their
United States can be employed ornobjects


o? Internal improvement, it is gy..d':;in, to pences therecf out of t.he fund T-. :,..,
i .] them devoted to the purpe:-': -" -.:-I appropriated under the hc;ad of Conin.i-
ternal munition, with a system iand ps.e,':'- gen:t Expcncis tor the .\-:r v. No ques-
verance calculated to insure excellence :a tion wt.v t-ken involving a decision on this
the design, and a proper espediio9p in the or any othtr point.
completion of the instruments of national The nimst inter--sting fcaturc of the. de-
defence. A reform of the Mi!itia system bate "which is to take pt.ee, is, probably
is allthat will be then wanting to insure the discussion (which, notice bas been
to us peace, by securing us the means given, v.ill be brought'on, whilst in toni-
of repellin1 aggression, if attempted. mittec of the whole on this bill) respect-
Whilst the general government thus ing the Seminole War, and particularly
move.' in its peculiar sphere. it is gratify- respecting. the conduct of the Command-
inf toG witness the Fradja.l but Firn march ing General. This intention -was dis-
of the individual S;ates in the -.path of in- tinctly announced by Mr. Mercer, and
ternal improvement. Among these, in the shape in which the question iitll be
the organization of her means, and the sys- presented, will be that of a proposition to
tem under which they are improved and appropriate for the paymf:rnt of one only,
dispensed, Virginia appear,. to us to have instead of tw.o Major-Gtenrals in tho
taken the lead. We have, with pleasure, Army. ----
found room for the Reports of the state of January 8.
her two great Funds, for education and in- The debate noticed iR our last was,
ternal improvement; and sincerely wish contrary to our expectation, resumed in
that every one of our Republics possessed" the House of Representatives yesterday,
means as ample, and the disposition to em- but did not prove as was anticipated.
ploy them in the same manner as that en- It appeared, in the course of the de-
lightened Stater bate, that Mr. Mercer had been misunder-
-- stood, by others as well as by ius, to have
The return of the Militia of Alabama, intiniated an intention to introduce the
for 1812, which %ie have seen since, the discussion of the questions arising out of
report from the War Depaitment to Con- the Seminole War, by a motion to amend
gress, shews 23 regnnents, and art aggre- the military appropriation bill, so as to af-
gate streric h of 10,309. fee the pay ofthe Major-Generals. It is
--... now understood, that the object of Mr. M.
January 6. Ias. to postpone the bill under consider-
Di.'rjet of Culaum'a.-Th,: President nation, until the report of the military com-
oftlie United States. in his Message to mittee on the subject of the Seminole
Congress, having, in the mnc!t friendly dis- War should have been made, and until he
position towards this District. expressed should have had an opportunity to try the
his opinion, that its condition -.ight be sense of the House on a motion to in-
improved by the est'iblishmnrri -f an in- struct the military corrmrnittee to report a
termediate government, for I-.-cal purpo- bill for reducing the number of Major-
pes, between the Congress r,.d the peo- Generals in the army from two to one.
pie of the Distri t, that part of the Mes- The discussion, then, of the subject of
sage was refer Ed to a select committee the Seminole War, will not take place so
in the House:.d',Representatives. The soon as was supposed ; but indications
crmmitiee, as a preliminary step, address- enough were afforded, by the. hints thrown
ed a letter to eati of the Corporations of out in the course of yesterday's proceed-
Washington, AlYx/ndria, and George- ings, that the debate will, when it takes
town, inviting the ,4respectively, to send place, engage the undivided attention and
deputations to confer with the committee be&t talents of the House.
on the subject. In consequence of this ----
in itation, th opinig'n of. the People has In the Senate, there has been, within thp
be n consulted in the,several parts of the last few days, an interesting discussion on
Dir-icr, by public meetings antd other- the important subject of the proposed re-
wVise, and it hJs b'.- ai :ertained that the modification ofthe Judiciary of the United
People are, by a dc--.iidl mnajioitiy, against States. It is impossible to say what will
assuming, at the pre- tnt'time,the right and eventually come ofit; but the general im-
responsibility of -at.f-govr nmrnt. On pression is, that the bill now before the
yesterday, the select committee of Con- Senate, for establishing a distinct Su-
gress received the three deputations and preme Court, will pass that body without
heard tihe representations they had to much alteration.
make. Finding thei People diiinrlined to The Vice-President has taken his seat
accept the boon interilder them, the de- as President of the Senate.
cisi,.n of the committee iill of course ...
be opposed to forcing it upon us.
There are a number of our citizens .,_ .Ol ,o ti .
who thought that a convention, chosen for
the express purpose, would have been the
most proper mode of ascertaining the de- l ednesday Mlorning, Jan. 13,1819
liberate opinion of the people on their
present form of government, and the ex- Afr. Adaoma' letter.-The great enquiry
pediency of some modification of it which for this able s:ate paper, and the anxious
should adapt it more nearly to the rep- r e r t n
resentative Firrn of government, to desire we fI. to gratify our patrons, have
which, in our country, this Diktrict is the induced us, though at much expence, to
only exception. This course, however, issue it on a. supplementary sheet.; Its
does not appear to have met with the ap- length, so incompatible with. our duty, as
probationofthe majority. wel as inclination, to cater a riet ex
Th i re are others of out' citizens w4i are e-
of opinion that, if nothing more be done, eluded it fr_"in our regular colnmns. 'We
their interests would be advanced by the cannot speak of this letter in more deserv-
grant of authority to elect a Delegate to ing terms, than by adopting the language,
attend to their concern; on the floor of of the Richmond Enouirer:-
Cong-ress. The general opinion on this I cannot sucently express pro
subject has not been ascertained ; but we found sentimetsof admiratioernd delight
are under the impression, that the majori- fond sentiments of admiratoh.and d~i'ght
ty of the citizens are opposed even to this with whih I have perused this state pa-
innovation fer. It is writtenn with an astonishing force
The District of Columbia will, there- of ingenuity, and adorned with the most
fore, in all probability, for some Lime at capntvating el:0unce of all descriptions.
least, in al its proebal for sof govern- It has the air c a mcn, who feels most ao-
least, retain its pre t utel for the wrons of
ment. With that understanding, pro- .ly for the wrongs o is country ; who
jects are on foot for amending the char- is indignant at the insuIts offered to her by
ters of Washington and Georgetown, if the aggressor, pi-etending to demand re-
not of Alexandria, so as, among other reg- dress, and % ho pours out those feelings in
ulations, to establish a Mayor's Court, to th.emost forcible strain.It is aimonument
take cognizance of the cases of petty lar- of diirlonatic genius. It is an ornament to
ceny and disturbances of the peace, which my country. Ihfeel proud at belonging to
at present occupy so much of the time of a nation which has produced such a blaze
the Circuit Court, and of those citizens of talents. It shivers the manifesto of the
who attend it. Much advantage also is Spanish cabinet into dust and ashes. Into
expected from the adoption of tie code what utter insignificance does the redoubt-
of laws proposed for the District and now able Chevalier Onis sink! He seergs like
before Congress ; which, however, is not a pigmy in the hands of a giarit."
expected to be acted on during the pre-
sent session, further Lhan, perhaps, to pro- The Maryland Censor., on the subject ol
vide, in some manner, for' an examination our relations with Spain, has the following
of its provisions, during the recess, by among other just and judicious remarks:
those who are particularly interested it Ho lon this war of words to be
them .- -
Mr.. t Minister of Den- carried nii uiin a monarchy, alike destitute


Mr. anuar ord ? Yet,sweling in of Deninsolence ofords

Joits GRAtara, late Commissioner to as it increases in physical imbecility and
S ,uth-A meri:a, is apppted hy tie Presi- moral rptonI e udCngres
dent of the Uited Stats, with ti advic consult the wishes and the dignity of thed
and consent of the Senate, to be Minis, nation, let them instruct the President to
ter Plenipotentiary front the U. States to ake permanent possession of thie Floridas,
Rio Janeiro, vice Mr. StrrE who de- w without further ado about the matter; and
ROHN Jamio reMra.e Corisrwon should Spain presume to bluster, let a sev-
ires pe mission to return. enty-four be sent to Cadiz, with a receipt

Bank of the United Stat-.Wre learn in full, in fasor of the petticoat emnibroid-
that the President has nominated to the erer, for all his robberies and spoliations,
Senate, as Directors, on the part of the and forever thereafter treat him with si-
Bank of the United States, the five pres- lent contempt."-
ent Directors, Messrs. Jknee, Butler, Con-
ned!/, li'lham.s and Bow.-e ; but that the A Philadelphia paper of the 8th Inst.
nomination hlas not been acted on by the states, that President MonaROE was confin-
Senate, being probably laid over until the ed to his bed by a very severe attack of
result of the investigation into the conduct : peasin his face.
of the Bank of the United States shall be e erysipelas in ace.
disclosed. E:ttned States Bank Directors.
After a long calm, a light breeze yes- We understand (says thIe Philadelphia
terday ruffled thIe surface of the House of Union) that the following named gentle-


Representatives, the precursor only of a men have been elected, by the stockhold-
more serious agitation of one or two in-
eresting questions, which will in all pro- ersas Directorsof the Bank of the United
ability be discussed in the course of the States; for the year IS 1 :9
.icxt week. 1Williani Jones, James C. PF'sher, John
The topic which was the subject of Sargeant, JoAhn.Bcton, of Savannah, Josh-
most of the debate of yesterday, was the na Lfj.;r:cott, John C',ul'cr, John Lisle,
constitutionality, on the one hand, and Gustaw-us C.lhoun, J.',n Corne.ll, Dan.c
proprietyy, on the other, of the construe- Lam ..:u, Ch'.r.sa C.'iun.'rry. Jo.,r//:/ Du-
tic-n, by rrder ofthe Exc-'riti e, of Mili- '"-I, Ja -:-:. S:ho, /lc-i; : Toland, Lar-
tary Roads, and of the-payment of the ex- den CAe v'.*: S. C. Jol.rn Poatr, 4(o.Q Jpa/i







Sl.1.:r, 1" re, G.,-r. ':u.' -. ;
' (,7'ace !.:-f'sie,:, Co. .rc':i c!d Lr..rc;.
N. Y.
A t a n.... ir.> oftl I .i. e 'i:C ,- '. td e
e'.ening tC 11 ilA '.'. iLL: '. .1 '. -..
.Esq. va's unTlani i o:. ,.' i, -elec :-tld Pr.esi-
dent. --.
Stock in th' Beak of the UiJ,'. Str t :.,
to aWui.-i,'i raibie araouni. r.s scldinPhil-
adelp',ia cr the 7th inst. .tL I '-0 1I-16.

The-D".marratic Press says., "'.e utin-
d-rs.t..i..I lh t th T'.r.rct1- of the L'r,.tcd
States B...-- ,i.ve redLi..-r the *...i,y of
the President and Caus.Kr to S .,000 a
year, a- I :. r:dj ed t.' salari, s rf t';:u
other l'.t, 'ai:, t20 per cent.

A :':,i:re snow stcrmin .3 eYps '.rcrc'.
at Dnmi-n, (Oco.) o;I the ':i. nit .-- i.'
thing in that quarter, so cat ly in the. sea-


C11 RLESTON, D'-cmbe,'r .I2t.
We hiave: ic'Ci ed late \Vcst-lrrlii pai-
pers. They cuntin acccu'r's of anohil.r
of those. tcmpcsts in Jamaicia whi,_li I'a.ce
so oltern isolated the ishinds, and wiich
h-s nor. been c';:c-e '.eCid ; viu.r,.: aTinc'
1780. It continued 43 hIours, rth wind
steady at S. E. and destroyed the canes
and co'.e plan-'s on numerous planta-
tions, swept away the wharves, prostrate-,l
houses anil tcies, and nearly inuriliated
the town of 8avannah-la-mar. A number
of vcssuls were driven on shore.

CoLUrMBI.. i FIR E-IN AR NcE CorjIPA.r.
At the annual l Meeti.r uof the Colu,:-
bian Fire-n'uurn,:ce Com;n/ian, I'liden in
this town, on tlie 6tl day -if Januiruy, 1819,
the follow inz., genthir -en were chosen Di-
rectors of said Company, for the year en-
suing.
William Wilkinson, John Carlile, Ben-
jamin Clifford, Caleb Earle, Sarnu-'i \'.
Green, Peter Giinnell, Nehemi'.lh D ilde,
Gideon Thornton, and Josiah Whitakcr.
At a subsequent meeting of the Direct-
ors, WVilliam Wilkinson, Esquire, It as cho-
sen President, and Charles Nor'ris Tih-
bilts, Esq. Secretary of said Company, for
the ensuing year.

C. The important Commercial Treaty
with Sweden will be found in the fiist page.
S\V, should feel grateful to any of
our subscribers who do not file their pa-
pers, and have done ith thile irist No. ocf
,.;1 new .series, if they Mould send them to
the oflce. They shall be paid for, if de-
sired. We wish to supply many new sub-
scribers, who arc anxious to preserve reg-
ular flies. .
Ci-" Y is received, and shall have place
on SatiT'dy.

M.AR RIR.G.S.E
In North-Pro'vird.nae, i.n W'-teysh.l evening.
the .30.tb ul. b- thie Re%. 'I..3-..I. L.Iptl.h
Moue;s B.i.Loe, ..f imiblitil-d, v,. liu IRTn
RA IDALL. y',ungr.i daughter o Si'r. Juioh Raii-
dall. of the fIrmer place. '
In Newport, Mr. 9s5. tF PorrTT' to Mil:
R.L N nE 'TODD.' P., dauIlghtlr. f ir. "alil.ur,
St.ide.rdn --.1 tha [Friensi' ieetint-H,.ni-, A-
Rn s i' At B amsKER. of TfiTrl-n, to ftl.nr.Mi tTu
Bujrr.n, d ,ueht.r ,4 DDvid Buffoir, ofI liat tow.
I[A C,'` nratly, J.. ., GroOR iE lo :.,'Lri. I'..i.
of Warwick, to Mi"- PaTire:c R RisomeotP,
dauxzbter oif die late Col. Srion Rieyvao'd;, ol thl
firme.. ilee.

DE.ATHS.
In this town, oan Frid.,. murninglast, Ruisset
san of Capt. Ru;-ell Proctor, aged '2a month-
alid 7 ilay.
In W.rrw;ck, Mri. ELta ri Br WooD. reliri
of the lnie Mr. William Wond, in the 8FIn year
oa lir age.
In tW-llington, (i'lac.') Mrr. Er r 'EETHt
ANTrno',, aged 39 years, wif: Itradl A'tho.
vy. E4q.
In Klling'y, (Con.) ErnR HTn urI., H 17.,
Attornev .t Law. former! t' thi, tnrP -Mir.,
ANNr Totch, eldeii dalight:r of Mr. Elitha
Tucker. in Ihlie Cst year of he.- age.

PROVISION MARKETr.
Beef, lb. 7 to 11 ci.. IF h. lb. 4 t 6 u i-.
Veal, 7 1 I Butiji, Q2 06
Pork, 7 11 (C Ie, 13
MDutton, 6 10 Pol.itue., b.. S 50o
Poultry 7 13 Ileal. .1;i to 1.17
Woo,l, 5 to 5 dotlar' per c.rdl

MINIATURE ALMANACK.
Jar, 1319. S. r r. I H. r i .. I lnw.
'Wedns.i'v,I;tn.7 ,'2 3 Ito) 1.2 6 46i DDa,':
Th.irsday 14ib,7 I1 5 10 56 I7' 5 lengtah'd
Friday, 15th, 7 *'20 5 11 ,i{ l. 5 oirim,.-.

COMMERCIAL.

A lelter i'-a Rio Jarn-iro. 2iul', Oct .a.,, tli'n
marl.lt in clatted tia.h all ill u produui.,na 31mnd
maiin'laciure


Pricety'fCiicatr'r/ Produce at Si;n.-'a't, Dcc
-*R ice, per 101 lis.
Col., per li,.-Iel, -
Cotton, sia-island, per lb 50 a
Ditto, upland, du. "a. a
Flur, ie barrel it
Tobacco, leaf, per 100 Ib. 12


S Bt i.rixo' r, Ja.iatiru 4.
tract of a letter tf ni raty..-.rii.., ,1,...! S. f '...
her 18, 1818, pt111ily coiannitnicatd jr, ;i.tlr,-
lion. .... ... ,.
S"Y.:u m-ay nolt-e by the Ahipping Ill. thai ,.-
ship TA Cathlsr.n',. Captain H:, at,. lich ia:'. .1
from this port July 5th, b.joad o-lensibly f.-.r 1-.0
Janeiro, hp f allied at LiL e with a cargo cf
Wheat. It. is supl,:'ed that it Will sell at about
$ f1"the fIanegi. a-d the dity on it other uIa s i-'
t. ba $3. Ii ciathere 11-2 a $9, anl tie bnr..-i
forfeited, and which will have to be paid here, are
about $12.00i). 'T, preatnt o'ier sl ie l; salrm
thece with wheat. from .rocee.aing in the same
Swavy. henw ,ui bond :,re nuw. e.xeed.
(then at Limi.. Captain sheriff of H B. M
frigate Andromaclt., cndeavor.-d to obltan pei-i mni-
sion for Br.tIi r.hini to initr.'luce carg..e t. i ere.
To thl the Vee-King appeai.-J ii.cli,rci, Ihut unusi
of the merchants, the. caub'lid, &c. Aere oppo-ed tI.
the measure, and agreed to loun the sum ot $750,
000. provided he wAuld not ..pe-n Ithe trade.
Perm:;- ofl tle # "-'lIt, rer ol N.' a- -.irk, to ti,. a c.r,.'-
fror '-',ima. lie crine her. ia lilh..
to Ltrn iT: i: E !.'ih


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,.'*l et 4 itr .f n.I hi.on tlit itI, Irdti-.J Lin-;
.,il ,'. p.rrn I i i Vit.e-K irn but L o ..e,

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I. i. ; I T i.t..'l, 2 b ; Ni.,-O ri cans,
- .':i i.* I. r, IhI. t 4 5: H e ",; I...bacco.
'r.; ,i, /.t'. t-2 a f .l ; l7.... ks, 75T 95
C ;ii' aid .. ',id i. i, 75; i' ., Car l.,,n
.. a ,rti- fri,,dly. Ci, gnh.,:. vrlie, 11f ; Bor-
am, t ; cr .'.- t in.i. h'i.h-.i r.dl, 1..0 a '200 ;
Pl l-ir -i Pa.-, .i)/L:. t; ..
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r,.i[ hl:r'-iii h. 'l is m'm iirhr i ul-i I. I Lr. l',. ll. pai-
dince ind m ancii 'fari n'ir l 0if- i n I a l ,i .'i 01
. lu ii'ra, 3 1riV .1 teii r" r ii f,'r every h in irir.-.i
I.uiI.- li. a o.., .ii i .iIl oo .ds, wares and
,richl~ ini.;ze b..-. i i.- a- h .1. l,, produce or manu.
frincues of the 'aid UCliitd Stite, of:Aifterica.
Tia-lc To-hi.,a -T -A cniritilill i ltie l.vrga-i
i iliar I 1 iii i h rii l, 1 .. the? Nrji m-
b-rS ,l'rni il. ir..;id ihep .elii ip.l ertlije fni tlie
lab.-ur'ini: rl i -',v i l' he W rk-n Pa ii-hea, anl re.
c..m .r,.. _l. i i t lh i t,? ... ,i r. b rf- lUt ':.lI to
aiea thi port' ,.,[ t ie Ii-Alr hi ) i nI rI0 t,:,,or l 111,
ihp:rt.( .ii--- i' tlirh-e' articles of provisions r.-qun'.
-d i.- 'ip.,p i the population generally; and, in
ruin i. it.r., a lit p, yrr' nt in produce, or otherwise.
Slre I(. I-.ltirt :.friid to (ite rrporf. ut wvr
hiLr.- noi hrarl that the Duke of "iench->,er yh-
G.m rnor) has acted on it.


On London,
Nes- -York, a
Phil uli-lphia,
Baltimore, di
Ch.url.sion. d
S.-I-n onah, dit
Neu -Oilearr
U. VITE
U. S 7 perch
6 ditto
3 ditto


. Yazoo ror Miissis
BA.4
J. S. Banrk Sha
Providence ;Ban
r-.'iluange BrnV-:
R,,g.>r \\illiaini
Union Bank do.
Merichnt,.' B-an
Eagle Barik duo.

Spanish Dollars,
Doub Loons,
English Col..,
Portugal ditto,
Frencih ditto,
Amerircal dra'.


E XCHA.NVGE.,
2 to 24 discount.
t sight, \ par and 4 ditto.
htnto, to 'I ditto.
ino,, 1 to l ditto.
itto, I to 14 ditto.
tto, 14 to'2 mditt,.
, ditto, to 2 ditto.
0 STATES' STOCKS.
t. stock Iltt a 11W 5
ditno, I(t.' a l,: I
ditto, 64 a 65


sippi Stock, S7 a 88..
rfrK ,S OC.A
Fires, nominal.
ik do. 420 for 400 paid.
do. 50 for 30 p id.
s Bank do. 76 for 75 paid.i
25 50 tor 25 paid.
k do. 25 50 for 25 paid.;
.3 for 27 .5 p..id.
SPEJ I.
, 4 a 5 advance.
S 15 75 a 16 eai.i.
4 a 1 adthr:>-e.
4 a I ditto.
Sa : ditto.
4 ditto.


MARINE NEWS.

Porr i/ FP.y, JENVCt.
'..r.RVED StI'CE. OUR LAST.
TV-rE- t J.t !.--]. ..p Ain, ', iHull form.
Ne.ii-'.'" r ..n rum anl i ce :. Win. B loild t
rid a S.i. I, 3.tli'rce-i. d.
Aimn laii. Garilner, 1' l.ours from New-
V ... I nli. -,1 r l l J.-iV gu:id-., to \ i El'Jldget
eind i'mr[:e Wi' ii'w .
BrEi Iolla. P.aiie, 11 Jda- from Savannah,
rVi cotUto, n ,&c. to Alexainder Jones and
.,tb.r..

611p nilria .Jackson, i-'...r-, ',iillah.
F.ii,- 'ls I .it, l Tazn iulit ;. Jan'iis 'M iitoe,
Hull, t h',r'rr.. 'i.
j lfMOR4ANDA.
:: 1. P .i ', lr '-I, fl I- oart. 7 fda. froCm
4L. 13, 36,. 'i. o.r I %) t i 'l. k.,]l-. Mi ill .1t. It.
.t, i,. '. hu, .'in_ ,lanin ui',--d a c .ii.adeiable. p"tt
.i hlr'r inrgI.c ii: hiad ntauiler.
.ili .,ic, .t C. .1. fruIn VWilmington, b hr ar-
adi at Beai.d'r.
I1 Ie brig (,..>. iIo'.nii,. War,'b, 3 day lraom
Nev. port. arriud at n al .riol;. lih inst.
'kit. oir. on hlle 9 ii n i ln.). tol..op Slerihanic.
Rh....le-, on] Ltii port, in l,.. .36, l.Iig. 15, Juo, S
I,-ihooner O.ir;.', Lutheri from this port, arrived
at N.,irllk uoii tlie 4th initani, in ditre, Their
I)ii- wais bLuli IId I W lniingitor, (' C'.) bhit ii,
!h, ,.;I,,Ie of the iJ1il ulimn ;n I I .. i; 1 D, lu,n 4
'. has lt i her o'ii;mat ca.r,'i-,d1 alw y I' tlliu biard,
wratil lI ihe rn glin7 and t asis auliicheil ri- anil at
thi wr-.e time I.)-ine liri o 't Ir-.,.-r an- ii.., [iut
ani[' N ,rflol, as the nI'I. caii. 0 niint pujtr
alt -livani, Uecinibcrher e' ,lAp .ilu.hia, Paiiie
jir-l arrived ir.,n '1 rinildad de Cuba ; ir. I'FpU.t',
Ab.':,.na, Mntiillh, weaitin; curgo, Clatuh Allen,,
iii-I .iri r.s ifloi Eur'ope..
i.qi.: 't.jbureus, W.ainer, arrived at Norfolk,
on the 4th instant, 8 days from this port.
Below Norfolk, January 4, put in on account of
head winds, briA Anie.'npe, Rhoike, 6 days from
thij port.
Brig Dolphin, from this port, for the West-In-
die has been spoken in lat. 39, 80, long. 72, S0."
Arrived at Alexandria; January .4, sloop Rising
Sun, Smith, 11 days from this port.
Arrived at New-York, on Friday last, ship Al-
exander, Dickinson, from Bristol, to P. Handy, on
board.
Spoken, December 16, lat. 83, AO, long, 72, 40.
schooner Saco, from.Rhode-Island, A days out, for
Havana.
Arri-ed at Norfolk, Janiary I, qpalish srbhoon-
er Gorradora, 9 days from Havam i, bound i.) Ei--
S1 putin in in distress, leaky. A6l., becl Hli..-, -
ni.loni, Andrews, 8 days from Newport, with th-
loss of j b.b,. .ni, and bulwarks stor e.
Sch. Thatcher, arrived at CI'rritoi., 29th u!t.
14 delays from Mobile. The brig Globe, Eddy, .
Providence, and sch. Huntress, Joys were to etil
in a '.," d" fI- cnw-Orleare.


;':r.a u,'. D ec. 9P.- Arr.e r i e- .,; Er.: -
is. '-3 f-, I-. l -, 'I. 1.c ;, -, ,Ja: -
-.. ho '. cu.-gr e,..-- ih a lrajl cJirgC s
., 1 .,..'z re .rL reene & Lippal, A. Hui-.
*.u. '. *rl.j a ; C \utermi n 31 % : A. m;th. B
i. .1 .d ',ster. r ia f 'iz,:. P.F.. Gonds ..--
] E_ r i ,.:rdd ip a i, .ie .6y abo tl 35 ujiles it
,.. v. -ward 0l the bar. 'ib :.Lott S fathboms o
Si.n t'. n = .ip..-rd Al. b,, ..,. t. Charlri-ton bar
iatei m...I.. Dec. .--. La- tv-..r-g, bLti.t en tihb
.r,- ul C6 and .'clok, i .OL.l saUac s LL
-;se'fr-)m the N. E 4 .a -'ierable o.mw age aSb
S ire lt tht shipping i'i the barbor-not hrjieverr
e .'e tle', r v. i,' a apipr,'t:,il. d : .n t(be iI
--.ce ol ih,' i .d. The mB'J, materi.I i to as- e
u-lth;nd bv the 4,ii[ ER .ing .i, iLich a
.* 'iven fiii ,,, ir birb by tLt, e .1ip ?.tonagomer.T's
.,r W:' a'..~o-t aid diving her up aa fur a ithe
u -boaur 'b rfirt, v.th the G1of, 1" her ld' rr a.',
-'Il mr ;t. : ir. t.n p"p-,'rI y ,in ,t ,n pri-i.'l yard.
hrii. ch. H.iipton li.t her main mas., and the h.
tn,' Da;i.l P.rLer hd bar bulvar!ts E.. *.i in.-
fri..ed f,..m one er.,1 at the ve hirve to tle other.
lher.: wia m.ire eor I,'- ialme-uCt how;nier ol a
,la lre'siI.? ominplexion.

Beef, Pork, mid Ruim.
WILLIAM BLODGET
O.,eJ for sahl, now. landing fro. i.'./i
Aiwl-1al1,at.,
NE hundred and scIvrnty-three bar-
rels Mess and PLie PORK, New-
Yjrk City and Stait inspt ctons.
From. alootz .'tiiora,
200 barrels Mess and Prime BEEF and
PORK-r Nev-'-)ork City 'and State in-
speciona; St. Croix RU M.
Prom sloofi Polly i .Aancy;
15 hhd'. New-England RUM.
January 13.

Lump Sugar, Cotton. and Hides.
JEXKINS tj MAN
Have received and offer for sale,
TWENTY-FIVE boses Philadelphia
LUlMP SUGAR,
12 bats prime Upland COTTON,
300 Southern HIDES.
iN aTORE,
l0cases first quality BENGAL INDIGO.
I.st Mo. 13Ah.

St. Croix Ruinm Beef aud Pork.
S % L W EN VY Hhds. first quality St.
Cruix RULM, will be landed this
morning.
L'To in S'orr, juit ;f sn c,ied,
200 Bbls. Mess and Prime BEEF, No.
I aind 2 ;
.10 d,. Ncss and Prime PORK, Pro-
vidence inspection ; lor s:le by
Elisha Dyer.
January 13.

7" COTTON.
F FTLEN Bales prime Upland
COTTON,nuw landing front Sloop
Ann-Maria. For sale by
Cooke & Brown.
Januniv 13.

RUMA .,ND SUG.1R.
WILLIAM BLODG E'T
Offr rs for sale, juat landed from the Ma-
r:a,'- .D
C HOICE St. Croix Rum. and Havana
ia while and bruawn Sugars.
Januarit 13.

F.I.7CY GOODS, $c.

GEORGE BAKER.
NO. 21, CHEAPSIDE, O'PPOblTI THE BnAPTIST
MEETING-HOUSE,
Was received, 6b the last arrivals from
Lvrrc/ioof,
SN as-iortment of superb FANCY
JA ARTICLES, RAZORS, PEN-
KNIVES, SCISSORS, BRITANNIA
SETS, &.c.
January 13. 6t.

Cheap Broadcloths, Bombazets aud
Steam-Loom Sili ratings.
Jut0 received from the ictiona :n Bo 'on,
endj.r ale' :. .1\". 7, Alcrket-c/-Syare,
EAL superfine blue, black, mixed,
i and fancy-colored Broadclotla, at
24-i. per yard ; Bombazers, all colors, from
Is. 6d. to ". .; Steam-Loom Shirting, at
13 6d. very stout; with a general assort-
ment of seasonable goods, equally cheap.
Also, I case real Scotch Plaids, large
figures. P. 0. Sc A. RICHiMOND.
JanuaryL 13.

SPLENDID SCHEME.

20,000 !O O000O!!
1EAND UNION CANAL LOT-
% TIERY, 6th Class, will commence
irawihng on thle 22d of February next, and
bh completed in April.
SCIHElIE.
2 Prizes of 20,000 are 40,000
1 10,000 10,000
3"I 5,000' 5,000
SI 4,000 4,0003
12 1,000 '2,00
0 500 10,000
20 200 4,000
50 100 5,000
160 20 3,3..0
8,400 7 58,S30O

8,667 Prizes. 152,000
16,233 Blanks. S :
Front other classes 23,000

S 175,000
25,000 Tickets, at S 7 each, 175,000
)CP Tickets and parts, in a great vari-
ety of numbers, in the above splendid LotK
tey, for sale byv
WM. C. MANCHESTER,
No..2,'Market-Street.


Whole Tickets, S7-Quarters, S1,871
-Eighths, 1..
Jan ary 1 %.


4 PREMIUM given for SPJAISH
MA KILLEDD DOLLARS.
J, B. WOOD.
Exchange-Office, .
Jan. 2, 1819.


-C....----
CROCKtRY & L.Ss VMtl.-
WI-L B!. 'SOOLD AT .'..* 2C:N, ,: f.":'E' rG
THIS DAY,
.And contin."l4"cfr-i: d.a,:v day, until the
-.' s, ,a ac ./l, ct! 'd, .e k ,*, r rca ".'t-
ly oc:a,.ped i, 2, i:. ; :'" :'c / ,
A S !megant and e-.:tensive an assort-
m .ent of i
China., Glas.s CrockerI /JVare,
as ever waa offered at Auction in this
town ; mnion; v'hich are blue, olive arnd
bro'di, printed," lustre. fncy enameled,
edged and cream colored CROCKERY
WARE, some of v.hich iL from the, first
manufactaies i in Stafi'ordshire.
ALo0,
An extensive assortment of German
and English Glass Waic, boxes. elegant
China Cups and Saucer., Tea Sets, Lrjook-
ing-GlaFses, Knives and I orks, &-c.
Thi: goods may be c':amined the day
pret io? ; sali'e to commence at. 10 o'clock
X. M. I-erns at malc.
MARTIN STODDARD, auctioneerr.
January 1 3.

Cotton and VWoceleni Factories at
Public Auction.
j\VILL be sold at Public Auc-
a tion, on the I Ith day of March
nucxt, the wholt of the property
I.elp.,.ging to thIe A.rr.,,J ,anufacrur:n.g
Comia::"', in Woodstock, (Con.) consist-
ing ofthree dweUing-houses, a large store,
and a Cotton-Mill, 40 1y 10 feet, 2 storjt-s
high, "ith ;,)0 Spindlcs and a preparae:on
completeofexcellent Machinery. Also4 a
WOOLLEN FACTORY and Machinery,
suitable, for itaInl facL tiin, g all kinds. of
Woollen Goods. The above property is
all in good repair, and very pleasantly
siuaterl in the centre of tihe ton iof
Wodristock. .At tlie mills .avC three turi-
pike roads, intersecting each other; and
ia a Nety pleasant place f.'r a public hose,,
stole, aind evry kind ct btusincss. For a;
further ile-:cription of the property, apply
to ELISHI% Dven, Providence, or the sub-
-scribc;', ori the prem iRrs.
MOSL1-S ARNOLD;,' Director.
1 %odr trtck, Jan. 9.
.' a'r *' Aode -Islatrd and iProvidentce
PL'nt.uio:-s.-JarN. 1 3, I 19.
T IE creditors 1,f JOHN CHAPPEL, Jun.
of Ns r,oi t, are hereby notified to
appe-r at thie (eneial Asenbly, to be
holden at Blistol, on the tlird Monday of
February next, to shew cause why his pe-
tition for the ien,:fit .f tlie insolvent a.-t of:
June', !756,ouriht not t... be granted.
SaMULt. EDDY. Scc'rit.

Comminasioners' Notice-
WV -HEREAS at the last May term,
S181, ,ofthe H1-n. Court _.if Ci.m-
nion Pleas, ioldtn at r'iovidence, s. kii-
io and for the County of Providcri:c,
the subscribers were appoiiited Coin-
missiorirs, or .\ssignii'c' upon the E.-
tate of MosEr. SpaCttCn, of ProvideuLr,
in said county, an insoilvint debtor ;-
Notice is hereby given to the cred-
itors ufsaid S,.,:? er', t.o exhibitt and pr,'se."
to us their claims, within nine months
from the 28th of May, 18i8, or they
will be precluied according to law.
Johin B. Snow, )
Isaac Bailey, -
Wm. A.. Shepard)
January 13.

Commissioners' Notice.
I"THEREAS at the last May term of
I VV the Hon. Court of Common Pleas,
holden at Providence, -within and for the
county of Providence, the subscribers'
were appointed Commissioners or Assig-
nees upon the estate of JOHN WI.LiAMS,
jun. of Foster, in said county, an insol-
vent debtor-Notice is hereby given to
the creditors of said I'd:eaama, to exhibit
and prove to us their claifis within nine
month:- from the 28th of May, 1818, or
they will be precluded according to law.
John B. Snow, )
N. G. Ohe0y, .
Andrew Waterman, Q
J.Tunary 13.

Farm for Sale or to Let.
FOR 8ALE,
THE well known General
J.1V West FARM, in Scituate, con-
taining about 200 acres, and said
to be ulILe of the brst dairy farms in the
county. It will be so.ld cheap, and the
terms of payment made easy, if applied
fir in a few days. If hot, it will be let,
either on slhres or on an annual rent, and
pos ,S3ion given on the first of March.
-ALSO, TO LET7,
S The Brick HOUSE, opposite
HB where the subscrib.;r now lives,
containing 7 rooms besides' the
kitchen, some of them handsomely finish-
ed. There is a Shop in front, which will
be let with or without the Tenement.-
The rent will be moderate.
JOHN K. PITMAN.
January 9. ttf.

FORi SA LE,
A FARM, lying in Scituate,
fifteen miles from Providence, on
the Killingly road, containing, by
estimation, one hundred. and fif-
teen acres of excellent Land, consisting
of ploughing, mowing, pasturingrorchar&-
ing, and woodland; with two Dwelling-
Houses, a Barn, and Corn-Crib.


Also, a Mill Privilege, on a durable
stream of water, containing nine acres of
land.
Also, a Wood Lot, of fifteen acres, about
one mile from the said farm.
For further particulars, apply to JosEPH
and JAMEs MARTIN, in Providence, or
ISAAC FicLD, Esq. near the preni-ses.
January 13, tf


PIEES CURRENT
AT PROVIDENCE:
LV-, T.D AD OoroP.ECATED E'.'.V TtlEsD.o'C .
From D. C.: o D. C.


Alum, best,
A:hes, Pot., 1st s,-rt,
---Pear!, do.
Beans, white,
Butter, best,
-- slipping,
Beef, Mess,
-- Prime, No. 1,
--Do. ," 2,
Bread, Navy,
---Pilot,
Coffee, Gre-era,
Fai'r.
Copperas, Prime,
Candles, Mould,
Dipped,
S---- permac -et
Cotton, S. Island, prime.
---- Nvew-Orleans,
--- Upland,
Duck, Russia,
--Ravens,
Fish, Cod, dry,
Scale,
Flour, s'fine Alexandria,
----Fine,
--Middlings.,
-- S'fine, Baltimore,
-- City, Richmond,
---Country,
-- New-York,
--Rye,
Grain. Corn, northern,
-- Southern,
---Rye,
--Oats,
Hams,
Hogs" Laid. prime.
Hemp, Russia, cltan,
Hides, dry,
Indigo, B-.ngal,
GuatarrinalIa,
Iron, Russia, Old Sable,
New do.
- Swecls, assorted,
-- English,
Lumber, Boards, clear,
MIerc h.
Lead, Londonuu dr,
in oil,
Molasses, common,
-- Best retailing.
Naval Stores, Rosin,
Tar,
Turpe ntine,
Pitch,
Oil, Sperm. Winter,
--Summer,
- Wl.Iale,
-Linseed,
Pork, Mess,
--Prime,
Raisins, cask,
-----Miiscadel, box,
---- -oB ,om, do
Rice, gioo,
Salt, Turks-Island,
---Li-sb.n,
- St. Ubes,
SPICES-
Cassia,
Ginger, ground, pure,
Ntitineg-.,
Pepper,
Piaric-n: it
SPIRITS-
Brandy, French, 4th p'f,
Spanish,
Jamn3ica Ruin, 4th proof,
St. Croix, 3d proof,
Antigua,.
W1.:si.-Indii,
N. E. (hhds. charged,),
Gin, American,
Holland,
SUGARS--
Havana white, prime,
Brown,
Muscovado,
Loaf,
Lump,
TEAS-
Hyson,
Young-Hyson,
Hyson-Skin,
S.-cauchong,
Bohea,'
TOBACCO-.
Prime Richmond, and?.
Maryland, 5
Kentucky,
North-Carolina,
Manufactured,
Tin Piat:s, 1-3 X,
Tallow, American,
WINES-
Madeira,
Lisbon,
Malaga,
Colmenar,
Teneriffe L. P.
WOODS,
Braziletto,
Nicaragua,
Logwood,


175
I2'35


1 75
20
1 7
17 50


18
12
3 25

9 50
9

9 7'.
9 75
9 .50
8 75
5 50
90
a5
I
50
16
17
0io
15
1 50
1 25
ln "
105
85

II
13
14
52
55
2
3

3
I
80
55
1 55
23
19
12
4
3 50
7
65
60
62

47
10
2 50
-2a
23

2
I 70
1 i5

1 02
97
60
53
1 10

18 50
14 50
12

21


95
60



S14

11
10
12
*15
14

3 .
I .30
1


-6 75
St
21

18
16
46
58
9
28
18 22


1 05
55
IT



2 10
I 7S
110


87

II 35


3 50


1 60
'4
"0

4 50
3 75

66



48

2 73
'3
s2d


I 12

13 75
14 S5-
14 50


16
: 13





32 50
1 35
1 05



40

30


B.4.VK DISCOU.V7T D.Y-i'.
United States Branch, : : : : Thursday.
Exchange, : : : : : Tiiday.
Providence,: : : : : : : : : Monday.
Roger Williams, : : : : :; ? Wdnesday-
Union, : : : : : .: : : : : : Tuesday.
Merchantss': : : : : : : Wednesdays
Eagle, i : i : : : : : : M dy.
Cranston,: : : : : : : : : : : 1: riday.
Warren, : : : : : : : : : Wednesday.
Bank of Bristol, : : : : a : : Tlurs...'
Commercial,: : : :: : : Tucsir.
Bank of Rhode-Island, : : : : Tnurs..,iy.
Rhode-Island Union,: : : aWedi5..esd:i.
Newport,-: : : a : ": : Tesday.
Smithfield, : : : : : : : : : : Fi ''.
Rhode-Island Central, : : : : : Friday-
Manufacturers', : % : : : : : Tuesday.
P'awtucket, : .. : W e..i ] i.
Pawtuxet,: a : a a : : : : a I u't .,'.
Warwick, : : : : : Ti..' v
.,.ik of Kent, ': :a ; a S,tr.-i .
icitnual., : : : : : : : : : .. siJ..y
. Franklin, t; : ; : ; ; a N ila'"


:.'







OIy the Pre-i'. nt of t1ic Uni-
t;'", S. l, tes. ...
"Ail ^e "7:,by" an Act of Con-

'... -..., 1I 5, .i.itIhd I '-la Act to pro-
v&d'-.for the isccr'.aing and surveying
i.,e boundas li i-, .Ced by the Triaty
t..i. the Crc'I.k Idias, ndl for other
posee' the President of the United
ILAt-t : acquired by the shaid Treaty- to be offer-
eid f.hr ,1e, v.h r, surveyed -
Therefore, I, James Monroe, Presi-
dent of the United States, do hereby de-
c Iblr and make known, that public sales
for the disp, -al (agreeably to law) of'
certain lands in the Alabama Territory,
.shall be held as follows : viz.
'At Caltaba-, on the 3d Monday in
March next, forthe' sale of
Tu-r'n'iip cr.a-jr 'il 12 in range if 19 "20
13 17 1. 19
17 19 J' -1
S.9 10 tI 161718 "
20 '10
'7onishi) r.uitber'i 9t to 16 inclusive inrange 5
9tolG in 6
10 t., 16 in 7
10 to 16 1 In 8
e.tcept such lands as have heen reserved
by law for the support of schools, and for
other purpo:'-s. The land shall be of-
%:red fjr sale in regular nrtnerical or-
dcr, commencing with the lowest num-
her of section, townshipand range.
Given und:r my hand,at the City-of
Washington, the 17th day of July,
one thousand eight hundred and
eighteen.
1: JAMES MONROE.
By the President:
J. MLIGS,
C,.mmidoinner or ihi General eand Office.
Augl%'t 1. 03W.
By the President of the United
States.
't 7HEREAS, by an act of Congress,
pas.d on the third day of March,
1815, entitled An art to provide for
the ascertaining arid surveying of the
boundary lines fixed ty the treaty with
the Cree. Indians, and for other pur-
poses," the President of the United
States is authorized to cause the lands,
acquired by the said treaty, to be offered
for s'ile, When surveyed :
Therefore, I, JAMES MomorE, Presi-
dent of-the United States, do hereby de-
clare and make known, that public sales
for the disposal (agreebly to law) of
certain lands in the Alabama territory,
hall be held at Cahaba, in the said ter-
r-,ory, on the first Mlonday in Januart
ext,and shall continue for three weeks,
duringsshichi Lime will be offered for sale
At St. Stephens, on the second Mon-
may in April next, for the sale of
Tuw'ashipp numbered 5 6 7 8 i 1.-19 120 in rs.l
17 tl 9O 320
17 1
T' 1
At Cahaba, on the first Monday in
May next, for the sale of
T'owiasas rumbered 12 in ranges 9 10
7 7891011
1 6T7891011
5 10 & 11
except such lands as have been or may
be reserved by fa'v for the use of schools.
or for other purposes. The hlnds shall
be offered for sale in regular numerical
order, commencing nith the lowest num-
ber of section, township and range, and
continue three weeks, and no longer.
Given under my.hand, at the city of
Washington, the -4th of Novem-
ber, 1iS8.
JAMES MONROE.
By the President. ,
JOSIAH MI EITS, Commissioner
of the General Land-Office.
' 'December 5.

By the President of the Uni-
ted States.
'THEREAS by an actofCongress,
V passed on the 17th of February,
1818, entitled an act making-.provis-
,on t1or the establishment of additional
Land Offices in the Territory of Mis-
"owbri," the President of the- United
States is authorized to direct the public
lands, which have been' surveyed in the
said territory, to be offered for sale :
T:'erefor-e, I, James Montoe. Presi-
dent of the United States, do hereby de-
clare and make known, that public sales
for the disposal agreeablyy to law) of
o.ertain lands in thlie territory of Missou-
ri, shall be held as follows, viz : At St.
L>ui>, in the said territory, on the first
Monday in August, October, December,
Feb uary and April ,next, and three
weeks after each of the said days, for
the sale of lands in the land distriet-of
St. Louis. Thirty townships shall be
offered at each sale, commencing with
the most eastern ranges west of the fifth.
principal meridian line, and proceeding
westerly.. e g ...
At the Seat of Justice, for Howard
County, inthe said Territory, 6n the first
Nion'..ay ini September and lNovember
next, and three weeks after each of the
said days, for the sale of lands in the
tand district of -Howard Coun'tn. Thirty
townships shall be offered at each sale';
the first to be in a square form, and 1-o
include the seat of justice of the said
county, as early inihe centre as tihe sit-
uation of the surveys will admit, and the
second immediately east of the first, and
hi the sam +torm; excepting from sale in
each distri"., the lands which have- been
or may be reserved by law for other pur- '


poses, -
Given ur i -r my hand, at the city of
Wah, -. ~on, 1te thirtieth day of
April. .- thousand eight hundred
and eii ecen.
J.' MNES MONROE,
SBy tlieP. F.- idtnt:
JO MEIG-S, Commissioner
16 of the G cr.era.Lan-Offire.
A 16. 45w.


By thel President of the 'United

I -TIlEREAS, by an actofCong-ess,
Spi-sedon the I rth of Febun3r,r
181 ., entitled -"n Act making pr.':-i
ion for the establishment of addith'nal
Lauiid Office- in t'ie teirritory of Mi--uI,-
ri," the Prcsidcnt of the United States
is authorized to direct the public lands,,
which- have been surveyed in the said
territory, to be offe red f.,r sale
Therefore, I, JAtIES MONROC, Presi-
dent of the United States, do hereby de-
clare and ma-ike known, tliat public sales
for the disposal (agreeably to law) .of
certain lanrs inte Ite ritoi y of Miouri,
shall be held in Franklin, in said territo-
ry, viz
On the first Monday in January next,
for the sale of
To n.hips N.-.. 46 '. ''2 in-
clusive and fract'l town- in ranger 19
ship 53 *I"-
48 to 52 anid -
fract'i town-.ip 53
E8 to 5L 2 L 3
On the first Monday in March next,
tor the sale of
Town-hips *.8 to 55i inclusive in ranges Qi & 95
I1.-, 50 -6 .- 27
On the first Monday in Maynext, for
the sale of -
rownshipp 51 in 54 inclusive in rang:er 11 & r 1
51 to 56 is
53 to 56 14 &415
excepting the lands which have been or
may be rt-srved by law for the support
of schools, and for other purposes.
Each s-ic shall continue as lbng as
may be necessary to offer the lands for
sale, and no longer, and the lrads shall
be nf'ered L- itegulk Given under my hand. at the City of
ashinriton,this 17th d.-y of July,
one thousand eight- hundred and
eighteen.
JAMES MONROE.
By the Prefsidept:
JOSIAH MEIGS,
Commi.sni.:n,- er of !le (jeral L i.d '.-)l'ceI
A/ r i !t 1 "m l l
SAMUEL W. WHEELER
(.< RATEFULLY acknuit lges past
VG favors, and solicits a continuance.-
Thoec. whosf- note- and accounts ought to
be paid, are requested to furnish him with
the mean-s of keeping his assortment good,
by paying as soon as possible.
A good assortment of Groceries on hand
as usual, viz. Cognac and common French
Brandy, Jamaica Spirit-, St. Croix, N. E.
and Cherry Rum ; Sherry, Lisbon, Mala-
ga and Cu'rant Wines; Raisins, Figs,
freih Oranu,,s, Filberts, Pican Nuts, Pea-
nuts, Sihagbarks and Chesnuts, summer
and m inter strained ,Siperninceti Oil, Lamp
Wiic k, Lamps & Feederis, Dunfish, Sperm
Candles, Beeswax, Teas, Sugars and Spi-
ces, coffee, ChocoIate nmd Shells, Alma.
nacks.Quills, VAafti rs, Ink-Powder, Paper,
Pencils and 'Writing Books, Threads,
Tapes, Pins, Silk, Twist, Steel Tags,
Thimbles and. Needles, Spanish Cigars,
by the box; stone and earthen Ware, with
inaity other ai ticI-s ii general use.
A fresh assortment of Lorillard'* Snuff
and Tobacco, just received.
Cal h or g.iods paid for clean cotton and
.linen Rags.
l't e,rinn.i- r-Street, near
i6" Th .,re, Jan. 9. I

NOTICE.
D R. ASA M. ADAMS having re-
linquished his practice in Cumber-
iland, and being about to leave the State
of Rhode-Island, respectfully and earn-
estly solicits all those who may be indebt-
ed to him, to settle their accounts imme-
diately. As it is inconvenient for him to
attend personally to settle his business, his
Accounts will be left with .Vatha:: .irn,{d,
Esq. where those who immediately at-
tend to this invitation, can settle their
Bills 'u without any additional expence.-.
As it is indispensably necessary that his
business should he immediately brought
to a close, he flatters himself that this
call will be attended to, and the only one
necessary.
Asa M. Adams.
Cumberland, January 2.

Commissioners' Notice.
FI- H E subscribers having been ap-
pointed by the Hon. Court of Pro-
bate of the town of Cranston, Commis-
sioners, to receive and examine the
claims against the Estate of STEPHEN
SPRACIr., Esq. late of Cranston, deceas-
ed, represented insolvent-hereby give
notice, that six months from the 12th
inst. are allon ed the creditors of said Es-
tate to bring in and prove their claims;
and that we will atterid for that purpose
at the Inn of 8,'es'eir R.'icdis, in Cras-.
ton, on the last' Saturdays in March
and April, and on the first Saturday in
June next, froni 3 to 6 o'clock, P. M.
Jesse. Howard,
Jeremiah Kuti~'ht. -
SAll persons indebted to said Estate,
are. requested to make -immediate p.y-
ment to ...
Freelore Spragie, Adm.
December Cd.

Real Estate at Auction.
* -L' of .ohrston, deceased, situate partly
in North-Providlence, and 'pr-tly in sail
Johrstod,.orso reuch thereol.w; 'i!l besrt-
ficient to pay his just debts, with inciden-
tal expenses, t ill be sold at public a-.iw-


lion, on the premises, on the last Saturday
ih March next, permission therefore having
been given by the Holorable Supreme Ju-
di.ial CoIit, al: their Septemnber term for
the county of Providence, A. D. 1818.-
fhe sale will be under t:he al-.'ic: and di-
rection of the Court of Prob:aie .,' said
Johnston, and commence at 10 o'clock,
A. M'. .


January ,


Samuel W. King, Adm'r;
"- 7


Two Gentlermenii
C AN be accorr.nd-ced -t i genteel
BOARD, by the subscriber, oppo-
site the Fir.t Baptist Mecting-h-.',tse.
S. ADAMS.
January 9.. 6t.
Rum, Gin, Rai'ns, and Molasses.
JULT crEII'ED AND FOR SALE B?
ELiSHA. DYER,
F OUR hhds. St. Croix Rum,
15 dit'obest Rye Gin,
ji) barrels ditto, : -
1 S casks fresh Raisins,
10 htls. retailing Molasses, first quality.
January, 9.

Fresh Goods.
JaA. received and for erle, at .,'o. 7,
Miarket-Square,
A HANDSOME assortment of Mc.-
rino bordered Shawls, Imitation do.
Bombazets, Silk. and Tabby Velvets, all
colors, Steani-Loom Shirtings, Rose Blan-
kets, Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Satinets,
&c. &c. &c. &c. all which will be sold
unusually cheap, by n
P. 0. & A. Richmond.
January 9.

Notice i, hereby given,
Thti there will be Let
F-74 at PUBLIC AUTION, for one
year, one undi'ided hall part of
thi. lMoiocco Factor. and A.pputLtentanicCs
theretunto belo nging, situate near Eddy's
Point, on the iHspial -road, now in the
occupation of Col. T'oMAs Ci-ACE.-
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M. on
the 15th .January, 1819, on thl'e piemiscs.
n hen the conditions will le made kinom n.
Samuel WTarileI',
January 6. Pi-.:sesor on irtotg'e9,

Silvahu' Mvartini'. E.,t"e.

T HE subscriber havin;r bh'-en ap-
pointed by iher late lh-.bi,hi SILVA-
NUs MARTIN, late of Providence, Esq. de-
ceased, 'Eneccutrix of his last Will and
Testament. ',nd L. a'.in ac- ept.-.J of th.i
trust, and given bond agreeably to law,
hereby gives rotice to all persons having,
r lairn, -gainst said EItate, to exhibit tie
same lur adjustment; and all persons in-
debted to said Esiate are.reqiiestefl to
makc immediate payment to the sub-
scriber.
SAmney My.tlin, Ex.
Januai-y 6. 3t.

NOTICE.
'IlRE subscribe rs having 1een ap-
pointed by the Hi, h .ibl. Court of Pro-
bate of the town of Glocester, Com"'is-
sirfners, to trceive- aind ex ii ne th,.: c.. I:.s
,I .i.'}l the 'saLe of I-.sa.-l r G 'av ., il-
of said Giocester, deceased, represented
insolive:, hIcr-by ,;ive notice, that twelve
months from tie -.Lit day of, October last,
are allowed to the creditors of said estate,
to biing in .,1d prove their respective
claims; and that we shall attend for that
purpose at the Dwelling-House of Wil-
liam Stoun, in Glocester, the last Satur-
days in May and August next, at 2 o'clock
P. M.

Seth P .]]i _., jr.
All persons indebted to said *-. .tc are
requested to make payment, without de-
lav, to
IlaziI PekIkhi, l Ex'sr.
'Glocester, January 6.

HE connexion in trade hler:tof,..re
subsistin.- bett i-n. the s"'.- rib i,
under the firmn o \oiM. R. FR.'ST '"
CO. was dissolved on the Ist irna. by
mutual cc.aerit. Ail :pcrioi- hanig.
unsettled accounts with aid firni, are i,.-
quested to settle the same with JAMES,
Mi'rroun, at the shl'opfortl:r!' oc, ,ipied.
by said concern.
William R. Firo-
James Mumlbuird,
Thima- Addlko0!.
The business v.il be continued by the
subscribers, under the firm of fR OST
& 1 MUMf/GRD, at the old stand, uear
the Fihit Bapti- 1tMcting-House.
Win. Frost,.
James Muumford.
January 6.
TH IS DAY PUELidL.D,
And f-i-r -ale at t'L.: .:,res .g^ 'l. 0. Tv.. ,
HL.t., .1/r/,...:-.S'.iuar., and .' M r. J. Jnit -
sOT, C/ieafpside ,.
S HE Trial Il.i:..:ie of.Creeds anlS) )-
tens of Faith, unitedided on the Scrip-
tures. By Gairrixr CHILD;.
Search/i the rY., a.res, for in them ye
i'.'It y\ have x:cr-!,: f-e and they are
they wh/ic/ :cat'fy of me.' CHRIST. St.
J u l1 :1 5 I' <
su ticlt the !Ailaciei .nconristenciec
and errors ofS. EDDY, Esq. ul his R-asons,
&c. are detected and the ,W':eid .t rut.
placed in its original reading, diat way-
/''J 'i..-^ tOf aI .'Jtj / .L i-i-i


~' n5 A"la" l f o U S s a. -C VI6 I1
therein." January 9.

.. Fr I .S LE L '
n A F A FARM lying in Pomfret,
(Con ) containing 120 acres of
*. i caceltrant la.i.-.g -r ogh': the
Dwenling-lHouse and B-uildings tlie.'coli,
lately the property of Dr. Jonathan ,-iali,
deceased. This property being in tl.
centre of an excellent neighborhood, con-
tiguous to Schools, and nMoM p))i a.".:.Ly
.situated, is among the 1105ost d .ir-iable iti-
in this fertile town. The title is indis-
put able. For terms, which will be libar-
.-A. qippiy to the subscriber, living ner the
premises, at any time prior to the Ist day li
,of Maich next. i
CPomfrerlt, Ja H Hnuaallry.
Pomfret, January 9. .:m. )


S ESSRS. Ians S .- tArST-iNGS, in-
i tendi. to i eiinqui.'ai busin-:si' in this
town, earnestly Laii on all those nlio have
unsettled accounts with them, to rpres.nt
them for settlcm,-nt immeri.ttel-. All de-
mands which remain unsettled on the I 5th
inst. will be left 'ith William A plin, Esq.
for cillectiun Tliiii intention to depart
from this town, requires that this notice
should be promptly attended to.
MARSH k HASTINGS.
January 9.

"jnHE subscribers, appointed Comnis-
sioners to receive and examine the
claims against the estate of OliverLeavens,
deceased, represented insolvent, will attend
for that purpose at the store of James
Wheaton, 3d, the last Saturday in each
month during the ensuing six months.
Jeremiah lf'/.i/iple,
Th.ona. S.m:, h.
Debtors to the above estate will make
immediate payment to
Jai:es ll'7eaton, 3d, .4udm'r.
January 9.

Dissolution of Copartnership.

1 HE Copartnership heretofore exist-
ing under the firm of PARKER & ALLEN,
was, by mutual consent, on the 6th inst.
dissolved.
George Parker,
A. B. Allen.
January 9.

STRAYED,
OME time since, a fatted two years
L old red and white Steer, with only one
eye ; had a rope round his horns. Who-
ever will return him shall be reasonably
rewarded. r Nicho2as .Ingel.,
January 9.

Cotton, Rice, Hides, ic.
S. WATERMAN -'CO.
QferJ'.r sa.c, la:td'ng from brig General
Jackson, :
IIrTY-T\WO alus primcUplandCot-
Ston,
187 Georgia Hides. '
From brig Hunter,-
15 bales prime Cotton.
From aroner Leander,
20 casks prime new Rice,
7 bales ditto Cotton.
IN STOZ.,
S22 bales Prime Upland Cotton,
40 hoigsheads 3d and 4th proof Antigua
Rum, -
42 ditto retailing Molasses,
12 pipes Rutenburg Gin,
34 L,-o'sts Ytung ilyson Tea,
Ii cittIo Hyson-Skin ditto,
40 ditto Solichong ditto,
4 uitt- B.Bhea ditto,
4 ,' .r s Bengal Indigo,
1 pipe 49h proof Marseilles Brandy,
2000 weight genuine Hoop L Blistered
Steel, ,, .
600 ditto best Cavendish Tobacco.
January .

N OTIC E.
HE subso.ribers inform their friends
a and t. niblic, that they have form-
ed a coni.: .,. i.'i trade, and will in future
transact i~, ..- under thEl Fiinm of
W7.11.ELL ( BLdk.E,
ar tic ':.,,.. i,., r,.I ly uc:cupl-d by O LIVE.R
AI.LLL, at 11the ..ot of Meeting-Street,
-. i. v propose to keep constantly on
.,. g *i.une assortment of GROCLIR-
IES, which they intend to sell on the most
.;i 'o r- atilai ; terms.
.ALSO, 0
P.-.wder, Shot, Flints, &cd. at wholesale
a Ii rct :,:l, and at the lowest prices.
OLI ER ANGELL.
STILLMNAN BLAKE.
N. B. Those i.'cebted to the subscriber
by note or book account are informed, that
this new:-o ancement in his business has
rendered di irntriUdiate settlement indis-
pensably r.cessary.
SOLIVER ANGELL.
.Tanuarv 6.
i, '-tOId5 at Cost,
I. CJSH ONLY.
HUi- iN & WILSON,
No. 4, ;- - Market-square,
INT 1NDING to dissolve their Co-
,:a21eM'rship the 1st of March ensu-
ingI, will sell at wholesale or retail, their
Stoi- of Vwell bought European and In-
dia Goods, at cost, for cash only:
N. B. All persons indebted to the
above firm, at-' inforn-d, that all their
dle i'unds not settled prior to the lOth of
January ensuing, will then be lodged
with Lemuel H. Arnold, Esq. for col-
Jection.
December 19. 6w.


NOTICE.
..,6"71E Copaltnerihip heretofore exist-
"; ing between the subscribers, under
the firm of BOWLER & ABORN, is this day,
by mutual consent, dissolved.
CHARLES L. BOWLER
DANIEL T. ABORN.
3.:-ce bl, ..-r,3
State of .': ].e-.:-.:.- 'rid Providence
.'.." : .;::,0, Jc .-z*.ry 6, 1819.
T HE creditors of Charles Burlingame,
.of .Smithfield, yeoman, are hereby
notified to appear at the.General Assenmbly
to be holden at Bristol, on the third Mon-
day of February next, to shew cause why
his petition for the benefit of the insolvent
act of June, t1756, ought not to be granted.
SAMUEL EDDY, Sec'ry.

OL.VER ANGELL
0,.OPOSES toopena private Sc,.Hot.,
6J or the instruction of young Misses
and Mascers, in .'- the C3ntral Brick
Schooi-Hovuse, ass'sim as a- suR'acint nurm-
ber ofscholars shall have beonsatgacgd,
Jwwnuary 6..


F-Primil- Cotton.
3ECKVWITH -1 PEA.SON.
Hi .e j ;L ,.rL .' .! r' e iri ,. :. "l

I- HIRTV-SIX bales prime Upland
J L COTTON. .
T 1 STO E, .. ',
10 bales Upland COT'ON,
9 do New-Orleans do.
January 6.

Prime Cotton.
ALEX. JONES
Ha~ .j's, recei.erd per br.g. HI::':cer and
Gen. Jackaon, from Sauvnnah, and
Schr'.. I harder, from Char.'ea'...n, and
Oscar, from Il.':n'iugt-on,
O NE hundred and twenty-nine bales
1 Upland COTTON
5 do real Sea-Island do.
IN STORE,
10 bales long staple COTTON (very
cheap).' J.,nui y 6.

GRIFFIN CHILD,
No. 5 c 7, Mason's Building, ,
Has just received and for ,sale o. veruy
rn a, onuile t'ermir,
O NE pipe of good French BRANDY,
4th proof,
2)0 boxes Havana Brow'n SUGAR.
.ALSO,
Bewen's Rum and Gin, by the hhd. or
bari el,
100 barrels of Menhaden Fish, with the
heads off,
Turks-Island, Americah and Liver-
pool Salt; and other Goods as usual
Ja'niari 6.

Elegant English and Ameri-
can Beaver Bonniets.
WM. 'PABOITE,
No. 6, - Market-Street,
HTAS just received from Boston, a
MI_ coniplete assortment of Ladies',
Misses' and Children'i English and A.
nwrican Beaver Bonnets, all colors, and'
the most fashionable patterns.
Also-Ote case Gentlenwn's supei-
fine Beaver Hats, one djtte Children's
dri ah, and drab with green under ; Eng-
lish Beaver Hats.
Likewu:se. jsr received front .\ w-
York-Two cases Gentlemen's super-
fine black Beaver Hats. long naps and of
a very superior quality ; one case Misses'
and Children's drab Beaver Bonnets,
elegantly trimmed; one ditto ditto Chil-
dren's drab Beaver Hata, looped up.
I CT: CASH and the highest prices
given for Hatters' and Shipping Furs.
December 19.

Earthen, Glass 8J China Ware.
GEORGE HILL
.AS just received, and is now opening,
iH (at bh'A;tore, first door west of the
Bridge, Mark t-street,) a new supply oi
EARTHEN,. GLASS AND CHINA
WVARE, consisting of elegant Cut Glass
Dishes, Decanters, Wines, Jellies, Tum-
blers, Pitchers, &c. broad gold Band
French Porcelain China, Tea Cups and
Saucers, Desert and Tea Plates, of do.
With many other articles too numerous to
mention, making his assortment com-
plete, which he offers for sale on very
reasonable terms, for cash dr al.-.oved
credit. Ware carefully repacked cor
Country Traders, at the shortest notice.
January 2. *6t.

Cooking Stoves.
NEW 5ssortntient of Cookinc-
STOVES, with Copper and Com-
position Boilers ; Franklin open Stoves,
Philadelphia open So..ves; Pipe, House
and Pyramid Franklhn Stoves ; Common
Box Stoves and Grates, Cabouses, and
Stove Pipe, all of which are ofthe first
quality, andoffered at the manufacturer;'
prices. ,
.ALSO,
Winter and Summer Sperm OIL,
Linseed Oil, Neat's Foot Oil, Wh.ale Oil,
Lamps, Lainp Wick, Oil Canister., &c.
with a large assortment aof Paints, Ship
Chandlery, Hardware, Looklbg-G-lasses,
& c. : '
PETER GRIA VELL e1 O..
Nearly opposite the Providence Bank.
November 2 if.

NOTICE.
ALL those indbted to the si.tbscribers
by note or took account, of long
standing, are requested to make payment
en or before the 2uth January vnst. or their
Notes and Accor'ints will be left with
Thomas Rivers, Esq. for collection.
WATSON & GLADDING.
January 6.

WA.NTED,
A QUANTITY of Ship Knees, 21-2
.. and '3 inch seasoned White-Oak
Plank, and a quuntity at Locast Timber.
SApply tothe subscriber, on Eddy's Point.
JOHN .TIIHURBER, Jmun.
Jan .ary 2.

THADDEUS CURTIS,
At his Br..- 'snaiil'.ci.-iy, a few door. west of
PrcxK h & BAaKEt's, Weybosset-street,
Pr .>; -"ire-,
AS OR SALL,-BRUSHES of all
*'.duds, wholesale and retail. Cash paid
for HOG1O E rl "LFS. "Nov. 28,


Miscellaneous, Mercantile and Political,
IS PUBLIsHED SEMI-WE1EKLY,
f' Wdh.isdays and Satujray?,
Opposite the Market-House, /
BY J. JOYES & CO. /
PRIdN4'[EI' g .Yr ST.ITE.
=*.-.-**. ^_ -" -.". = =?