New-York spectator
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Title: New-York spectator
Uniform Title: New-York spectator (New York, N.Y. 1804)
Alternate title: New York spectator
New York spectator and semi-weekly commercial advertiser
Spectator and commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 55-78 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Mills
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: December 26, 1817
Publication Date: 1804-1867
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09487613
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System ID: UF00073183:00004
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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SE .s follows :- lgingtomy .. ., h. andno difference him to great danger;' those considerations im- which would have been incurred, is difficult at of any legislation on the subject. 'aIn proof of of 40,000 individuals, and which therefore
r-e-marsks, the dutor p b partic" whatever will be made between them, which pose the necessity of their-keeping upon good present to ascertain ; but it is a well known existing abuses, he said, it was well known ought to be maturely considered, moved that
There is one view oat a goou under- you will t* ** *" .' .. '" in order that terms with the sublime Porte, and occasioaly fact, that when our commerce wasin aflourish- that rights to 160 acres had been repeatedly the committee rise.
iarly interesting;.. wliclint prevent may not the least injury may"', '.,. o the afore-, sending rich presents to the sultan and his mi- ing state in 1794t and 1795, when our negotia- sold by the soldiers at tlis place at the rate of Mr. SERGEAT, of Pa. seconded the motion.
tar .:ing with t.-, -1 powers, and mentioned ushian captain, his vessel or car- sisters, tions were carrying on with the regency of 0 acres or 50 dollars; and, if he had chosen in order to move a recommitmem t of the bill,
Iof -ou.col.ions ..... I <; ale us to settle gI; neither b/ you,. nor by the vessels of ] From those premises may be conjectured Algiers, that Iiothing was farIher from theirin- to have availed himself ofthe imnprovidence with instructions to report a provision for sub-
an case ofa rupture,. '"the expense that the aforesaid canlon, nor by any other of the great advantages whichl the United States tention than to facilitate the negotiation, not- of a poor soldier, before he left home, he might stituting a pension for life in lieu of the cro-
dhe dil'erence witli d cost, and withmuch the subjects of my dominions, nor act in would derive from having an intelligent agent withstanding tie flattering promises, of those have obtained his right for ten dollars; and posed sum of money to be given by way of
an a..rm'm'nent by seass, .ee we enter contravention of the sacred articles of the at the Porte, perfectly acquainted with the po- in power, to our agent in France especially ; they had frequently been sold, he presumed, at Commutation. He did not, he said, wish that
,Jes loss of time. s barbarians, we can- aforementioned capitulation at your peril; licy of toBarbay states, and their relative but by experience we found that our rapid from ten dollars to one. If such aevilad- the government should embark in this bust-
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.li. st to aoni;;>tila laumrs" m a crusade," but it by contrary winds they enter situations with the Ottoman empire, of which, commercial importance had excited their mitted of no remedy, it was a progidy. But ness by way of speculation. The interests of
nbh. expect to cr. treaty por temr, into the alirementionedportsof my dominions, in reality, they compose a part, especially at Jealousy, and that we must depend upon our Mr. C. thought there was a remedy, and that the soldier alone should be consulted. As to
which alway suits, may be broken you will take especial care that they are not any period when it would pe inexpedient to own resources alone for a happy issue to the this bill would i afford it., Even the stand which land it was of no value generally, to him, be-
aud which, if ofold A minister, there- molestcd,Ibut on thI contrary, you are tograst keep an imposing forcein the Mediterranoan. negotiation, and so we must, should we open a had been already taken in this House, would cause, for the most part it was so situated thalr
elore the wa.,pl, mniglt be the means of them protection and every possible assistance | But there are other objects of still greater ini. negotiation with the Ottoman empire. Eve- have the most beneficial effect, as it would it was impossible for him to get at it; becanu'o
forc, at -.ons. creatia g expense, and he' in conformity to the friendship and good har- portance which probably may engage the at- ry -bler power who procures the free navrga- convince the soldier that many gentleman on he was generally ignorant of its value, and did
saving ms e opportun1y of watching m ,ny which exists. And v1t who are my a- tention of congress atLthe ensuing session, tion of the Levant and Black Sea before us, this floor believed his land to be worth vastly not even know how to go about to get his title.
'eoi._,, also.. 'aind particularly (hat of Great fbrementioned CAr TrAns of the aforemention- which warrant the expediency of .g. .,.i-.hi,,, will become our rival, and increase the ex- more than his fellow-soldiers had sold for.- A pension during life might be of some ser-
,Mler mmSt^u, pernaps,if ..wearenotmner- ed cantous dependent on my MOST SUBLIME !a minister rysihent at the Porte; amongst liense of a negotiation ; which is the onlydifdi- When he offered the motion which had give vice to him, and was greatly preferable to a
ri;tanl by;,ts of the Barbary powers are FORT.E, whlpinany of yoi meet the said captain/[ which the greatest is the forming of a corn- culty existing in the way of negotiating a con- rise to theintroduction of this bill, Mr. C. said sum given at once, which would be wasted as
r, theo ,_ at sea, you will abstain from ..,!, 4 neither mercial treaty which would insure to the U.- mercial treaty with that empire, upon the hehad hoped something would grow out ofit; soon as received.
'e or (I. yshew i" what manner vessels will y .ui suffer to be offered unto him, his ves- 1 united States a secure trade to the. ports of 'the terms of the most favored nation, ad if, unfortunately, the bill should not pass, The committee rose, and after Mr. Johnson
in *-- ..- : .i ;.,,, of tIhose waters, sel or cargo, the least damage or in jury, but on Ottoman empire, and te free navigation f he believed the agitation of the question would of K. protesting against "pensioninG fifty thou-
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areproC .. ,".,. claimsiuisdic- the cuntrarywi l shew lim friendship and .a-, th Black bea. At present the few vessels CONGRESS be found to have cured much of the evil. sand men aor life, Mr. Sergea1tha wish was
'r ,atl giv;e a literal translation of a citate his voyage, according to the good har- ] which trade almost exclusively to Smyna are Mr. Livermore, of Nrew Hampshire, next over-ruled; and the committee had leave to
..'; 'an Austrian vessel, which our rea- ooy wIich c.ists between us and Ih.., I...-, permitted 'o courtesy, and in a number ofin- ,iUSE OF ..EP1ESENTATIVES. expressed his views on the main subject ofthe sit again. tho
1. a Ce 1 ilgl. te though Ict e m a u e nit-hrIrer susd ele l- f edner I-tatday, D ee. 17. .

.' 1 tihey nay laugl at thc bombast, and to the sense of the Sdnad, which establish- stances have we been indebted to Sweden for Tuesday, Dec. 16. bill. He thought the measure neither sus- Wednesday, Ditec. 17.,
". -ive thle authority wIch thI Porte ex- es ,.. '.,, for damages. he protection ofltheir tlag, on our vessels en- .B /S.e.IIl .ch of what iook-plaf on the Comm. tamable on the principle of justice, nor on that The House in committee of the whole, stIallor.
,r. ;ver the Barbarypowers,their cruisers, To secure those objects I have issued this tering that port, and we arc entirely excluded Mri. n Blt.elofMassa tsn.] of muniticence-justice requiring only that the question still a motion to strike out thlierst
,I we slall then lay before them letter my imperial command ana Firmau, wi'ch be- fromi a participation of the lucrative trade of M.' otalmes, of Massachusetts, m conse- "ie government should fulfil its contract with section (to reject) the bill.
ed to as by r. Cathcart- our late miu- '"ing presented to you., you are uniformly to the Black Sea, the importance of which is ve- Ique1e 1 of th' e call made on him to withdraw tihe soldiers, c. He did not think it consistent Mr. Ball, of Virginia, rose in opposition to
',t Ca.diz on the subject now treated on. comply with the commands tlerein contained, ry ably delineated in the tbliowio, extract l "s motion to stI'ike out the first section of the with the dignity of the United States to turn the bill. It was impossible, he said, for'any
S..ss. which exacts respect and punctual obedience, from the New-YorkNational Advocale, vhich bill, rose to defend the position he had taken, speculator, and purchase land from the soldier legislative provision to pnt down speculation
S. s abstaining to act in ..... ,, ......,. thereoi at has anticipated my observation on .ih, ,, .,, t, .e avowed that he was the last man who at a certan price, that it might be sold out at on the soldiers, and, even if it could ben pu{
*.. t '"peril. Thus are you commanded, and and leaves me only room to add, that in addi- would tie disposed to urge any "i.;.,. against a double rate. The idea of purchasing lands down, it would drive from the market all pur-
., ...., implicit faith in the u.blime i',.iressin.* tion to the 13 0 vesssels which cleared out at the soldidr:' h. would not merely say, the sol- on speculation, he thought novel, and unwor- chasers, all competition, and thus do a.,; ,; r,
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"- ....cc ***,,:,I**Lwe*s:.oow ln,,,ni.S oa'n ingti ti yeAr P of .', l. o12, arnd rabl, number ofGreeks navigating under lie ase give li more aid : he would not insist the constitutional powers of Congress, Ifmu- sale. If the bill were to pass, in its 'reser
~To tlle most exalted commands or com- of te Messiah, 17! t ..I of Jua- Greek Ottomn g, some ofwhom have ar- p t t flesh, as stated in the bond, nicence was the argumenton which themea- shape, the soldier would be told by the speou-
,udais of my vicious armada, to the su- ,.,. .. Grai to Cadiz, Lisbon, and even to tho but if the soldier needed the aid of govern- sure was to be sustained, he tho't there were a lator, that the govermacat knew the value of
id riut C dzL sbn a d ev ntote n nl lt.gh e ce p idehxgisfmc t t iosndg wabuses, wesiidit wasowlldknownoreug- h ts anto adfiedmatu relyc ons idee, but fla t n

;>o-me counscllors of state, ordainers of the noto*Tnpresion of theseal which is done with ink and islands of Teneriffe and Madeira. .l.ron t athou extend e paid, the goverhi ment thousand ways in which it could be more ad- his land, had fixed a price on it, but was unld
world, who compose the constitutions of Zncateba- bteh the temperature of its climate and other cir- ogttoex d ts tyto Our sol vantageously employed, even i favor of the or unable, to .. ..-hewould
tionas, ud directors of tie public affanirs, and Tu lthe Editor of the .N-ationalRegister. cuinstances, a much more lucrative trade nav dier, he said, had icodeed bcn paid, and well soldier. Soldiers, hesaid, always had bee ofier to advance the money to tine soldier, buot
not tire least ; some may ",e. -7,wll, toathehafore-dIrsedingcrichepresentsntoytuemsultnaaridlhisatte Ingwstatedin 174 andrem795, when ourpnegotia

r ar endowed with thie most sublime pru- WA'o.smIGc rox CeTY, Nov. 26th, 1817 be carried on from that port for (he whole u r pa;i s ohutne nso wenll, that they had re-o speculated on, and you might as well attempt would demand a premium f erprntoptpaymeit.
dance -n- righteous cotcil; to my vizir Sir-Before I left Madeira, I adit rodta fron t i the atic, wit- a udred a tw for dollars of to shield his body from the bayonet of an ene- It wouied, Mr. B. said, re vs weil to attems.
bouonno .j ct r ,ati n otnehing was drd n sxt fmarttoshehetrslderfom ti rtfrom tosopahtaebo twihr trwain-pe

Hiussia aacha, generalofmy marine, and the to u ublish some particulars relative ve to Bar- out being subject to detenti on by ice r a iras to shield the soldier from the arts ot he to stop a steam boat with a straw, as to pre-
.- ,a c r ei h r e s i o n t a n d o a cilit aev c r he r cn te got a t o en, o so ef uatpoo r s l ir b ef owey p roftsi o m eo fh eaw gr L v e t p ro d ige lsi o o rl if e r iliu s o fd ss pth e n,

1irir eassan Pacha, Dey of Algiers, the corn- bary states, which were deemed interesting numbert of months, or the inclemency of i lt e S aet s w island anld never .iierve. te iorsern- speculator, bt a ny provisions of law. Mr. L. vent a prodigal soldier, used to dissipation.
aders in the White Sea, and the renowned and a prospectus under the title of Negotia weather, which frequently rendersour rtu-s nn a a i nu t mato act was in favor sinking out the section, be- from ...... the prey of speculation. Mr
limictb c"S cotrvenionththeSaredartciploete a,.h Prte_,,fo ,,LA acuanteowihbilese wihpoer toerragnt ncraneeepeialy b -stoinevIfsuht1hendedieueterI iwouIade, bdeheifrlatoe utby xpeiece e.oun tht .r.apdtfom eeasesiu eilfd-theevolutionsoulaebaryinths bsi

viirswho reside in many islands, from aud for tions in Barbary, was published in the public i flon thenct pre carious and the best concertred i h' !!.ile s ed. A, to ose w erv cause he believed the measure would be of no B. i. s the p cases of revolutionary sof.
whom to the most high he rendered eterualglo- prints ; but my avocations since have evnt- voyages ruinous. i t? il aked A did were benet to he soldier, and was inexpedient as diers who had petitioned for relief in vain-
thoe itestoe las mstdesrvnGitsreardd heIovrMert tose.rthoeuwrehatfoghthoere idw

y; to Ihe prince of pieces, greatest of the ed me from preparinetort yAing it the press. As i Thait, ......., ,,po Russia has ever been ho otlo rstc ye lass nout deserving its regarded the governmentemendt those brave men who had fought for our nde-
"",, x .*,"nth..I.. .' ... .. ,, ii.. ,,r Bey of intend to publish t this work hereafter, I.will anxious to btaie anO >t in the Mediterraneat be t e beive alie ; ut that it would -h Clay v indicated the amendment which pendernce, and broken the bands of tyranny
.0. t y. '-- .I T.,,.rO nsuitsma b.ewhose occasionally transmit extracts therefrom I a is a fact not to be h nitwroverted at 1,' b bele properly applied to the disbanded oia h e had suggested from misconceptions which asunder- of whose to ils t now ea njo ed the,
po'ver be eternal; to the most discreet judges, begin with a translation of a Tukish Virman have at this moment nmy possession an e.osm cerisand particularly to the grade from cap- had pevaile d mtb the course ofn the debate on benefits. Their petitions whre neglected,
and those who preside in our islands, (wlo are or passport, as issued in 798, to tsie vessels of of an attempt made by .th e order of the empres tall d wands. Te private soldier had been it. In reply to the objection f made by Mr. their very names forgotten. When these war-
the fcutain of wisdomJ and science) and whose the emperor of Germanv and Russia, w.o ney- Catharine the 2d, to obtain the port of DOer- we pad clt and arming o nd him; ut orrs to the power of barring the soldiers' worn veterans received ustice.in this Hotause,i
dignity the Lord exalt; to all governors and er maintain consuls in any of the darbary n na, fromn the bashaw of Tripoli; in whichshe the tla ce altleantm and armiSng formself upon orghils, in certain cases, Mr. C. deed its but not till then, corht "ieheear without a blusthi,
commanders, aad to tile captains of all vessels states; the safety of their vessels being guar- would have succeeded had it not been for the thr pis re ow edI0 nm, hetbr ail sought for glory force, and shewed that suc g a power nad been of liberality to otters, or wouid he vote for thii
who navigate under the,, or are in the ser- anteed by the grand seignior ; and in very .w revolutious which commenced ,, ,1, .! -, h seardu eduore hewobta ord it, he repeatedly exercised by the government wev b rrotcyahuile.m
vice of my sublime Porte, and to the corsairs instances have the chiefs of the Barbu-ry sate cy about that period, and the_, '" ..... :'.. h .e saidueslr i adi cas iupon the world carrying into estect its general power to levy Mr. Ante rson, of Kentucky, thought mgnch
of the before mentioned cantos, whose power dared to disobey the imperial mandate, and other po\we.s; but whether the present empe- Mr o. sai ae ssould befor rehevnt g tis taxes, wo tc. As to the necessity the soldier opf the objection which had been urged against
the Lord augment; never, without asstignog, somc cresible rea. for is desirous of possessing C,..,,-r ...,...;i., or aerito hus class of mena; but not so much for would be under or procuring his commutation the bill, arose from a smap n class of the cases,
"On meeting this most high imperial sign son ; for although they wisil the cristian con- would be permitted to keep possession of it by at id o he Brwheds poready bestowed on by an attorney m ar. C. said he did presume which would not comprehend more thawn, 300.
,oc- pr the accredited minister of Germany, near my tirely independent and owe no allegane taied ; in a,'y event the trade of the Levant tw ileasiure wa t expedient, on this ground, a seat on this floor who would hesitated to re- the great number to whom patents were yeta
imperial government, the baron Herbert iilt- to the Ottoman Porte, those who are conver- and the li ack S ea, would not become less at would oi iT pad ci answerthe expect. ceive and remit, to any soldier, his commuta- tso tissue would be benefited by the bill, it was
,.. :.Ji.-l.,..-,,,,,_,. .-r.,, ..... .,,,,-,-..,i,. sat sant with their policy know that they are o- valuable to the United States, either as capi- taons oe its advocates. Hedretrred i to the t ion without expense to him. To those who not a surt icient objection, that those would nts
[ .. 1 ,; whose end be happy, presented obliged toobey its mandates implicitly s d that talists or carriers aumeT ginaly urged in support of i entertained such squeamish fears of the go participate in it who had sold their patents.
poeoartIherchoutraty with thatto empiwethutone ftire lerba hoedsoe thaing i wsoeuldatiown, utr. fit;saiI oodnwouldecived. h ay h r e

to my most faithful Porte, a sealed memorial the Ottoman emperor has it in his owner to It is oly necessary therefntre to consider toe tothy lad to, shew tyhat oene of twhe eroedt engaging in speculation, Mr. C.said, If good would cometo ts h e many who are yet
*m which was transcribed the 3d articleof the change or even destroy their government at whether : ..... i contemplated, are wo thy bect of the lasd bounty had been tew- he couah use specguent. If they could to receive patents, he cared not for those who,
established capitulation made between my pleasure ; and none is so much expo.ed to tie the means mteaded to be. employed t,, secure ed lt bt the etemoeu of our frontiers by calmly view the spectacle of the sale of 160 ha- e received and sold theirs nor could theye
sublime Porte and the court of Germany in fa- effectsof his resentment as the Deyof iegiers, them, and whether the expense which wounhi trliy trominvnaiu r te tao aeSe the con- acrs o tandi for tea o lars, and could be a- charge the government wit h injustice, or ath
varof merchant vessels of Austria, which has who by long established custom must be a na- attend the nego.iation of a commercial treaty tr om tinvasdt, ap e tHe savages. That ob f armed at the idea o speculation on e the commutantdoenroi, t o tdereem. In making this
existed i Ince the 'd day of the moon Gima- tive Turk, and is,placed, or in general places and tie residence of a minister at the Porte sec be atheadvcates, atisre, to be cast of Congress, mto argument would move them. commutation, thI soldier received more than
dulair, of the year of the IIgira, 1212, and himself, at the head ofa military government would be defrayed by the advantages accruing D anbi th eadvoctes othlnds bill, who were T 1he idea of comthronoMr.C saiduwas no be would getfrom speculators, and the govern-
.of the essiah, 1797; according to the stipu- where every soldier, who has courage to as- therefrom. no anxious tat the land should revert to the new : it runs through our statute book: it ment would also receive advantage from the
zI i e a l t ra r -IiMUit d StaE s.O F I-E P roeS e dT T IVE S.to ex p ressedan hith es odiew s on the m ir s be tolu tioo ,sit c ang ai n. o n h s r i h i -

ltiuIs agreed upon between both parties, ac- same tihe supreme command, by the assassina- From the tenor of my conversations which ited dtais. Mr. 1h Proceeded to exam began with the soldier of t he utreproiuto a-n eadefd characterdiI hwhis h weaiasr hnesdis-t
corded .nd accepted by the dispositions of my tion of his predecessor, is equally ,. -,,:.L to have had with several of the grand seignior's so tfl dattails eeye hapdmet suggested toul has been applied tothe eirs and represeuwta- regarded the character which was imputed to1
said snblime Porte, and accordingto the Senad the DEYLIE; but until he is confirmed by the ambassadors to the Barbary state, and with re- sdervteath prineveiryl sape, speculators would ties of the same classtof een to whom it was tlie transactio-arid if he could benefit the
of tlhe orders established in consequence there- grand stignior and receives the castn or robe spectacle mercenins who hav rSided at Con- f tienve el c i P alw advantage from this bill. now proposedfurther to extend it. Hundreds soldier, The cared not for tte name owsplecua-
_'. '.s ....... ,._..,,[, fore not ransm..'a S.c sesthet protectionh hego ern- or. utlasg, onuteoute sovesrhsels

of;wh.osasubstance ought absolutely to be car- of honor from him, lhe is only considered as stlatinople and olher ports in lic Turkish de- hi, tr wer e" eas h siL w ,re nottransferac ol cases hdigfere d l prudent which the govern- tor. But this could notibe tloe soldier hiaslF
,ise iaitnexecuiio without doing or permit- Dey cleci, and he dare not attempt to coin minions, i am led to believe, that no ,obs,(ac.io p hr al hrt wfer me soldier saidby bw alicothe centihd oereda present less for a greater would enter his everlasting protest aghi.s-c so
.iog tobe done by any person whatever, any money before he is thus confirmed; by this would be i.l.....1 in the way of a negciatin property fiscsolders might be alienated contingentvalue : and ....ti.ir like the re- unjust a reproach, t while he enjoedthebenes
*:hin in contravention thereof, said orders be- he acknowledges his dependence on the between thc two powers, exonti)eng such as lu M'.me ; for f Mst ansce, by p ower of attorney roach ol speculation was justly c imrgeable itofth or act.t ebil
inlg rebeted a nd confirmed, recalling the Ottoman empire, and the first act of his might be suggested by the jealousy o f some of au'eorizat t e rustnt fer all lands that on this measure. Here was a vast public do- Mr. Colston. of Virginia, said it vas admit-iv
spirit the Shad, and the disposition of the administration is generally to appoint an am- the commercial nations, which an agetpos- len ac o theq; cndatuet oetd allrwhd irae he elaint cas t4tic h dhe government sirom the t ald there was no moral obligation to pass ihe
sublime .Porto, copying the said, word for bassador to thle sublime Porte, who carries sessing a k nowl edge of the manners, customs, o aext" a'n olhat powers r utohe ar ed irre- necessity o the i nefs ro and what was now bill- it was advocated only in ptohe spirit olie.i
wdo give it more weight and validity, and valuable presents in order to conciliate the fa- language, and mode of negociating witlh the ca iuto tr.l .enant ot further assurance proposed to hdign who w as about to be rs edof .t. ,1i 1 (e o the soldier. To shew ti, enerpedi-
to coniorm it to the tenor of the established a- vor of the grand seignior and his ministers; for Tutkish ministers might very easily surnAount. wore bit, Mrto ao ked, arec we not doing heir share of it by speculators ? To take in ency ofthis measure, Mr G, entered iato o9
r-eent ch, declared that if a subject of was the eastan Io .be refused him, lie would be am, respectfully. av&c. ha aidig the speculators ? Is not the lieu of tiesume is to getrom ol course of reasoning to prove the atr obi
"....... .... .: ....... ......- ,,,,i,,,ga merchant subject to the attackof every soldierin the re- JAMES LEANDER CATI T.CART. governmentt bcomingthe grand speculator ? a sum vastly larger. Mr. C. quoted a letter gation and necessity there existed forabolish
vesel (hcre isert the name of the vessel and agency who had ambition enough to aspire to P. S Inan extract insertted in th oi o' i li-t.otiu ind t spoe culateon the soldier ?asthe he hadojust seen irom an oiphcr ha on oil our ing the duties n various m orom, and thus re-
captain,&c.) ,,i. ,, theports ofmydomiu- the DErLiT. Indeed, even after his acnIow- i,,. ,_ *1. ,... 1t last. head a Or. oariniu prce 01 per laedw eae Gsa was oti f tt u it pass, adsings oo thisbiona e aongchts romery refr bur
:ons to purchase and to st ; in order that he ledgement by the grand seignior, he is under Fauce"and dated Bosto, thai n sd lla i eu re o d weo ltare s to buy i t pass, and stat some o v the impositions prac- i. hers. Among oeutiir objects, le rd.errd pa.
...', .*.. ... ., in pursuit ofthe objects the necessity sending ambaaassa o fri que fo l- i ol vin p ra raoIl36, ov 1oste T ly ee s iiar h ato oral that p u 'ic el T is woLbut ec od on o eu't ier, o)e s? itntoth fee l ig sp- t icul arly to the duty n, brown. sugar, the co .
.... ..d I-. ...L, Iat danger of being too- ly to the sublime Porte wth presents in order "Tin S pais ad am not nly be fixing the price or ourselves, but He could not sguter, he said, into the feelg; gumption of r"ich was neah w lons, of
ed byte ars of he said caxtoas, or of to obtain permission to er nIst recruits fon his as. nell as w den a nSapdintagover te s for others ; fLuo tlle lads would t sell for oif g e ntlemen who could look down into the pounds; have nd of cou.le, to d tiaesf whiicwus
.: Ddg ttos, or by my own vessels, when, army, for f was that permiss1ol" dei':"'d on i f ed ed the -orte the-libet hof t.,- O nit(hIego.e.' ,.:,,,,.ysyil ihe grrsssld ouhe onhy, an d n see a esea seiaar ed eledute ot 1- ,t"1" "-*u u.s eiattervf le h c
ertoheainthy ....x ... J .:torin therticles of ten years, his army which never since dif te aIck Se It C ,isb d l ae eth, : b. On the whol I ; l ,d e the, by saying, he less speculation an not makean effort tore- bore a duty of cie dedts a punt r these, tn
he sacnd capitu!:mtion containeu a m the afore- fervent plagues which raged from 177 to 790 a. snii t th f u s inched to ",*ul..ttn any shape the desm1, lland from ths vile reproach. Ko the duty on salt, added tov iitr, mooaundh to
n ed convention of the Srnad stipulated and several times since, has exceeded 80) ve en enan a very g compensa- bill wold not benelt the soldier, could he agree with ,ti.,,..,, mwho had con- many dias which ei annually taksn
-One d9.hay of thenholynoon of Ramadan, i Turkse at any one period wi. Iom. andr) to laon t .e; ... s is mere hear. Mr. Cushmau, f New-York, next addres- stititional scruples o. tis subject. This iwas out rfthe pockels of the pop!c. f askedI
,o 1of1the uijcits of Ausaiia. eraaanre bablTr as any more prio, o vnd r say te Sw-edsh: government already pos- sed the Chair, on the same side as Mr. Holmes, so fashionable uow-a-days-the constitution whetb.er it was right in C.ogress to take any
ff a;b, ,ve- vin t, o ned ca2p lain, his ee ssel, eargo, from T urks, he has the arduous task, of kee se 0latclca red ou at d O dvess a las y ear s vetl- th e su t'i n th t panys bsta n th bia l eneitb c oul the hand s o fc m h so ,c ..t at no se o wargxat o in the sep w iheaoy d ruties ne em r ? niatind o'! rr
c. .iag, a,,d p:as,'.nsegers a.-re not to be moles- ing 3,000,000 ofifors aid Arabs in subject oe r powers shold s 1eaor: that the sultfroid he passage oo the bill, either to the handseoite !,r i.,e. that no argument crom it these heary duties necessary ? and a r f.rcs.r-l
wrld, n wrhrehyomepsubjectitouticsmalo t tion, from whom he lolltis h euethe eripower vto ript so or totlhe n He questioned t we excited iurp se The land of the country to the toadsury retoneyto sothas ourlrerou.-
,.i:, u, the b conrs r they are protec- point of the swor, would fthe lt to be a sufficient islcrative acommerc is not at all to be ertainty ofthe proceeds of the sales ot the and the money ot the country were ,,. .i, ces were iaequate to.pare (he funds ne
e t by in rroible means, in order protection, and thus tfw e rerw ency wou in d wnb dcr tand it m s truly lamentable that lands commuted being snfioient to pay thle a- within the power of Cougress; and he was nl a.w cessary to carry this hiainto effect, and t are
to aacitatentde pwyaiositea of sueir vomaer de e p wae to a mere sk2to, te w o n the Uiod tates should be oue of the last to eountof the commutatio ; deducing his ar- aware of any clause m tihe constitution forbid- in the tr-.asuuryBth .ibm eubh it is agreed
an bianildatthey, by r sonof contrar winds nd eawy toleitrmtopthau de oe edavor toobtai a participation of thetrade guent from the amount of sales of public ding them to exchange the 0 for the other, oughttoremithere He r
d '.,re we,"ear,.-r for co.,: ercial obr, the Arabs. Itistrue h the eeadesso r which mM tl be of infinitely more importance lands heretofore, he concluded that it would &. ounm does not permit the ieprter to ,,. ..Iti h purthes oa o.her cla.
ecs, or for asano other, oli e watevcr, enter ib- troos, lt i,. ae pays e or t e ta te same trade can be to either require twelve years' proceeds ofthesales of follow Mr. C. I., ,..', all his argument. He so ofthe ,. ani t th bnet o thoe a
.ato ny of tre) ortsio.- vhyd tminidns,on tea usesh r o s,i. hasenu l ,ndthe rrony Spaing epes or sardinia, besides exposing public ainds to answer the object. This would admitted that justice, so denominating strict soldiers, uwho had rpeived uoich e 'rlUi, n
waoto.theBb .y, far lro being dmileted by Arab i.'.i.... 1...,. o confided T efrct our government to an additnalexpense and certainly bc a heavv tax os the Treasury.- lawi did not require this measure at the hands bouties deriong- theat-even if th e i
ly ; to o.%;a prince far. l uero ,n b rehaG. est.o teled meyromA r epa.r.,.., I.ingi lot-ontiepre, ss. A s I Thatin '' -. ,- ,, .... ...,; ..... I-:Ilusiah s v r e 1 .. un .. le e:. vedot... ..... ...w uld Nl...... .... ..h a e d en hch p rd nc ,a d rk n h an so tr y.

hoinaio le said well awae ht he dudbeth irt;ore i~je irstto r- tcialcto tat pli~il,,c;y "ot- C de'led he -pr~ob~ability of splecu~latr Mof0 lirs
becausemiasditeaIre offtould be bee)M WO tt10 'S'ies wch
e naso 0 aysuhn Fretiy:w t vl~hd hy the least probability of success mkecousid iv eye;foresen s ainscmn note aktwt boslir'adgrttdo uts, ad fplcyacnul o'uld "Aace I~n an ion wo)to make nthe
,ee Yevey pu-iblve buc'o! and assistance iris maxim is to divide and conquer-, and :Im-I ,supse lit l oie ,topre vents, tIire n ited Pt residents' cus thatsit peuatrsed f pr t e tation of hemo erst W ous the ukit1.. Dcan d cdapr- uatosed, bl inws h~lnns, s a p
in cotthen ir c t auilthy arigod -70(1ar1many inducing tire owaewraant aAuetrdi re opevn h ntd rsdn' esae htsecltr a ur eto fmotoiu pcoua.Dcdd oewudpto oni orecrusa
w~h xasan teteoroft-eancesoter ndsu Vrtingte weakelaist sieacth Sthates foin ariug the benefit of that trade chased iat the public salos large quantities of iiow it might be, if rejucted,In, s! ould t-vail u-. titan hbeforeO. O n pro orcunsion, Mr.
w em, hat a will epresnt thevast Le u-sL, jw s.I oO." 11 -. benefitof t b i zn imelf of th c o o inofte etlm n : od i f lo frte lir

.,,.,^,.iLcr c";".6, Unu kl.^ ~hl.,ur i,.i rr" iu>t~c r^,-. tt, ** m tradot '< 1, ^ f ow n Them ^,'"** p.obbly b n d".'. t thob, paticulr y soe aolownsose on nd..... st;fv .,-
-t ,,t, r a ,,:iL icr t o,:.eu t,,tAI providlmg ,,-E.,111`4L tl..t ap r p u u in rea.orl, that I- in rb LraA"o"01- "lr from Thut iA ,, II,,. probably be made against them, particularly soon follow, These. rX om, Fl(W
IPt ,4L., .dqts ." b t i'd- ri t J ,. h~ c o .. .. 1% .... y s.n I T b s r- r o n- an d a'lo h -F st o f" vezton lw as a colsid erab l ,e add o l b it n
II,,.,-, 1.. t ,_id nt forgEt th e,- n ,, I ,;.rd o ,,iti no t r ,med ; adt,:pou-, the proper .ety f Ir c. .3r t.lbke" ;. to br toa e .51r I on the sco. e of e.n it -to t;10 p ut i c cau C others I could add, if neces1ryy h v; eadti wi.th) .. co.hidha L ,A 'd.l th ilt to e,
1h lnlZ, ,..,nbkr i,,1..,u' ,n.rcl e 'ion I th,: t.xxes it .,:,zarrc.fwhi,.l Ini. been moat quil o_ a d, the ma E q chief, clerk, N,, D-p rtainr t i -, !... ,l .ut mau be accused ol belug an profession, occupation or mo Ie of livelihood, o.ti ...I .,, ., lrer, Dtoin-,atthe tspa-
wh'i.L h-a-lre Ijdl o tIer n:,.'.arna, ol he.; fct..iow ditluoed .art-tro nttg as to place the cor- .A. G. Vl ret too.ptain Jhn H Elr-c, d',.t a eeny," yto p.onal liberty, who arrests and than privateering and vi( lating our laws, and no, &c, ) hdh been, a ppo red n Otcoing, Espa-
and I.-,u1 I-,i..- J1 .J t.Iaraa I-i could not vule relnes, we r13 ,a)' t.e ,,v|idable ..-y, cl, F'ernadina, November 1. 1817 cou.,8e a robl..r, as ,,a4 th[ e o"fiers of the openly threaten revengeOagainst any officer of y eAury. .Theytestiraefevthe ea .-tta;
for tb,,h Lll iart shape whatever heure, bjld all dou ', "I, o rceJu,gs a, GaItt,:,o--trsU.. prs :Ne<-rle,, -b...,Id be accused of b e- the revenue that maeta1y molest or impede their wells of mnuy ., "- "., ,w ,er> ifu
(T i onlinue .) r, d dioo, iot April, 1817. ',.. nl'trin.llv t tu t .. ,, .lutio -in t-he Spanish pursuits. The are now preparing a memo- ly refute that t tal ehood. ilful-
SFrom BuoSu re-AD ---Captain Smith .e the bri OF G.\LVEZTON. ,Pr .ain,:t-i, teeci.... e [Iet1 ., have attempted to ril tuo the deparrteut, with thie double view I lope yo will be pleased -t "-, ri.
TU E SDAY. DL(.EM BER 23. H.ctor, who arivEd at Newport, P.. IOon lday l t. Extrr, ,-.qf le er ft ra..a Bri. C,'t -t. uOr n % 'luls t.C1' t,: Lve.i 'i' t, l l alv. m sYr es erese t tl the co u t of oi rsd to obtain pern ssn to itrd cerelative to te cruiz ,..
i. ,70 days ,frc.m Burno .Ayre, r..poli, tht the Por cor at .Vw-Or ,, t, ... CIMr r.., 5,.;,. 5 r:16 aL. iA l A.r ,J rim 1 -T.A, d_ bare to t pr adtoobtipennillegallyin capturtOaintrduce t e ayIto hav et the views of thbe, ..& C .. ,
npururi Cuimicia Irfcrilkn.-The 'Mr ., da^.^ d -^: ^: ^ '^S ^0 'o 't! y,- unde tile
Iportezrs Cu racial Infornation.--Tlhe tguee foree were te ie:wtged in Montli video, by Ger- retar, of the Traar,, dot-t.a a t ry lirgci .nount of ,,erehandize < sach as falselpretext that e p1ryot r.hean' ,ria e have thgnefd) e Ac .
American Consul at Malaga writes to his Ai; a ld thd iey ,tr *id tlobe ,educed to Cuollector' .OAce, New-Orleaos,? o ).,l, Inm.C.!,. .hv,.I,7,,,.,,eI B, s.. ,nucln, adeheaty adace;E (the trut i s, Totm.7oy ... "C .E
AAugustad ht hy l t Fi ,, e F Ied t J'Ncl 1%U S 1i! AI'.1,e Iretal 1 tulia, n dch avofv n s; iehritis il 15"e'l T,'n H --r Iy.,
friend at Gibraltar, under date dfe 8the l of great diltreass by theantof Iai iiions'r.l. .1 gn i i ou i 117. t t er iuceriit.-liii-,j.c,.. .:.. ,1. .11 uoi vlich are advances they allude to, is the equipment and Seretaryof 1,, Treasury.
tA ti ,orws hteeY-telp to a,-.keJ tla snjl bll.ba,-)A.t"fCo~nvenienttLsize fitting out privateer's contrary itl'out, lawvs Additional lestiminon taken in sifidrlycase te
November, as follows :-" fAn ordtr has iat Cgpt ,mith .Abu ii.rl.iU, 111e ttmateets at Euna, Ao i 'et'ckej 1.1 alte. of convenient. st"e fitting o.,t privateers contrary to our iws di ntesim tke in sundry cause dep
(en communicated to me, that American A^rer we bad, and tile produce of the lutryae shondh be prommnmcated of the Dettmin t, la- trI tt,ui. ( ei, m tles, .ther aand-thgreatest aThe rd e exports from this Place to Galvezton and ,utU tdistr te t, .I. !
Shc,^O~t~, ^ecn^ ^d^^ be^ comniae to th eli^.t ~lsau itit nbhy-i,
~igh. Do tr lh,,cobtained.stutiod l tiely. Other- arti- utagorda have consisted principle ofbounst 8,,d vessels an"'. cargoes Gl .', '"-'. ''
veiiels are henceforward to pay a rounage ig.m ro *teluld.t-.lric ned, accornpanieJ b suggestioA of the1 ue.sr |,:u, J., ,. n ;1,.. tallow, leather, glass- visions ; a cargo of arms was sent sone rLi "tt ,n r "D r o .ven
-- "d hF; Ubl g e i fg t ru ly o, O r' 1 t i e d e p il a e ra t r tl t
nece~sarv to rtprcs, the evil, I detn It m y vulare, crockery, cord age, beef, S-r-_are bro nglit iii tire fall of the. s e r hm ae o g t e says, tha ,titre establish e t a Ga eso wa
dduty of one dollar per ton in all the ports of St J.,.n's, N. F -1-we undert.oJ, ntht a ve.,el duce"aty to r-t t -i, ahatthyle et hadelh nt,:l ae crockery, corda te, b aef, u.arebro t in the all of ti.e last year which hae lon, the d, a eferet atGalvbeG psto nwras a
dutyo>.~hlilavu~cmou, tol ,.1te tha th m.os ~oin,. ^ ~ Jt sainci ,a io.a tie,:IL their Prize. 'Itis .stated,- arid unvr- since been gien up .,s lost, arid nio~eet? cfiios-da eot^saed u a
Sp'n,mof thi of will pass you a commuotca- Miltailto!.on:,d,. nEht, tvlp .pbio.am,&-.tf. l the 11fn6 oftthe Shd ab2CEt, as W a.iourrcveuue -.ly eieed, t rlf Capu5 01tatd R liv- sold e w eraebeen iv pe lte ndf'oteutirms, adfthtrth"sole tview byaPrisons ftperson
** re.40a'al, rin nHtrue l 'reti :,. Johu'.'- .i -uc ,ijt believed, tiat Captain Champli sold whatevcrcau ever be expected from thelexi "sd ttlwsole view asriobjectof tile
Ion." rehni Iof :.,e1it,,, 0,y tie .lint ,. te tA ,. Joh'. k.- lawa, connrue to be o eprat-.,. d, wIh, rr.uaIyI the slaves captured in the Patrunilla and Eu- canr government,from all present appearaces 1 pi e*tbtli-uent re toicpt a
Do- Dn-tl,-,:.il, Aket. old JlIIh,,,, or cr,,.-,,ng of b ar m.eymiixture of freebooter- arl ,n,u,. reqtita, to the !,alittes, Sourinet, aud other The.imports withoutt takln into eons,," i1 .
reqltita, to the Latiltes, Sauvinict, arid other The imports withouti. aiginocn I""'t -e n property, without any idea ofIi'
n o co st''l- tilrevlo i n't, ito, q ,i, Ofthat of a, ter f .
lad/,a.' .,ffir,.-Advices from Fort Scott, mny Li.,ad. -,ill te r,.c..,d at tihe olloit.,g pld glrs, at GLalveitou, ndtr ute M lxicn flg; speculators in this place, who have or ,will re- tion the large amount of goods introdtld Stpaio eo or ta f rHy t ,
6dayslater than we published yetlefda3, state. M. E;tbuwn, Iiah,lg foa.as, Pba,dwaY Mr. andI being, 10 reality, inttl else UL.u- tile re- sell to the planters; and .the facility albfforded clandestinely) have been very large, as -u dhknws and believes An as ftl as this depo"*enett
that a foragug" party of 10 or i'2 me a lhal been Chetror., John ,,rret, c,,rn of N, ..u.,tet, l aUihmti of tlel Barra la band r ,n.. .t to sm,,gglers by the innumerable inlets, are 00 will observe by the enclosed abstract of duti, u r ina'nd|i.e he"exercsA d tile e onnts !s at
.t -h th Iins;.^ that hvt Eri had and utie B.t;rh CilulOff.c, 21 Bionday'. -.unmenhat more out of the reach of jur, obvious, on a view of the map, to doubt but secured at this office on thse importations. (ldveton, he hbd -ol. ., ,. or beliefihgee
<.tand.ytheloA>thse that tehvy ing a or uwnle li tr,:cI o he customs are i.,.u- they either are or wll be all introduced into I have felt it my duty to gie you this infor e, .e of aMeic --..... .:. r e trt
been h.ard during Ithe urght. i'tt was sup- ,Adia,,.-/,-i,.--It is .tated in the Wash- vided iib more elclclual means for the ,-. thisstate, without the possibility of the of- nation for yourcorrect in.l.-, :i hi._ the na-o Te etuthe spa ysh at the e rnt
pr,:cJ to proceed from an attack upon the ington City Gaztte. that the Jeputaon of oit"'ent of' the lav. thle Trlea-,j n 1111 icers of tie revenue being abie to prevent ture of the establishment at Galveston, u".- -' ,... c the "et dayofAri hatdh ooerme-t
sufre,'lby o t o ue 01r pnnish tihemn;nmore especially as at great cannot but. hope~you wililbepleasedtainstruct FM wllat~vee willn alrgvcnetqeo
brcstworkL, .thrown p by Col.'Arbuckle at C('UERoE Chief%, ihat lately airtved here for e" bdaon htstabh I ,, rg,! no or Iu"npardon of th re especially as a dp real cannot buofhepeyou ltl bepleased construct has I at oes gdd,,a no i o
ic lt:aot ttjl eiat3thlm,:a.1l 11 "ill "a "" ,portion of the population ar e disposed to aie explicit how to act- My conduct has "'I"" lilat G'iveastoi siands(n a .vaii itbud or
til'.er "5,111 ,,,lidbt- f llllsln.,an d boad
Four Mile I'rLek; and that a settler l the the purpqse of setthling thie affairs of their na- cssary to be a hiTle pr.l.-x, whnil, I h,. .. countenancn them in violating our laws.- been goverueb by asea e of duly, and from a wao.....l ... bar, afeW mtae1 o,,i and broad
,"' aIsartwit take" Posse-1s1611of' hy,'AuJry
re;hborhoodl uf [' irt Gaines hliad been rer- i,,n i ih the goverenament-ofth United States, i tExcuse. G-le-i..n a 1 a n:.I fi.i A l ... A.fe days aguoilbrinaomation having been given covictio ofits ipopriety; if! bave erred, I k ti)h,, 1, -I takenor p'seion I Air.j.
nd ~~~~~~~~~-rt_.lb.,_tnua,: Ii the I. f 13 l(, a ~.t~tno 'uritesha ,) ttcW.heiwilbarbatuhnest"IaI ,,r .- .... -- F,I,.o... ..,:
.:e n r m u rd e re d b-y th e I n d .a iru s h a v e u d dc1 ly ta k e u t h e ir d e p q rtu r e h e n c e J L ".. .. .o : oT % ; % t rim.. F it n ol .r, L t ".1 ,f "Lr ti t lOat Co n e t o uv a. h o p e it w l ) i t W h p ifl b e a sc rib to ,n h o n e t z e a l .o ,. to ,'.. r .: 1,, ,,
__ n on tl,. :.. ,:t of l .T *,, abeuit n n,. t\ nil,.. ,t .i w hith a very considerable s tnSu i; specie, to pur- I amlli, &e. & C. B ti ,V-. { i-A l ,V. Ir"'1 ly or lour, t i ll ', ',d l. s ......
.1_ ., .,,/d S/,,,,.r','..- A I..ter. Jated It is conjectured that they are dis.sttfied % th ofII, b,1le, .l% 1 t t:.Jl tu ,-t,..._ I e,l ch haseslaves lorhimsland t ter pan P. a. The brig, with provisiso, ad lPTuber A ,, "o mt at. ulab1 aii o
.( I .., t I in,v Il on thn hth inst. .-n s-- Ma- the araug-men Is underEto d lu be pl.parnCn lg m -rr.d l. tith It,J ol ris ,n I..'L ,,n11 n. i deter ned to make an efbrt to arrest hiim for the winter quarters of the slaves, atLemp- *** sait not.
.or i ,,,,bur,r, % ,)o sailed in a sihoncr by the UtleJd itat s l',..r lther-future gatro- cetic,, L. ,,a n., t iieim, b Ib rjb.-. 11]. go his return, and inmed-iaiuily purchased a tLedtoclear today; but, owing to the intbr- Swo .," L OIbefoeti DDUOI f .
'-r "t h nl Ia ., r fine boat on accou,it of the guver,,rnent, nrlity ofher papers, it is postponed till Mon- Oct Ib. ..,:,. J be ,e e ths 7th day of
wiltiabout ou men and considerable public en* eutnimudoutAu-1, nLh. fiu t1n.hill ^uou.l, (whichlhad be.u lately captured by a party day. I enclose list of private armed Mexi- ( ig,)' R CL-IORNE, Cler,
and private property from fort Montgomery omecIy i T .1.fr'om Aux Cayes, manned, in a great measure i had sent on lake Ponchartrain, ard comcn- can and Veuezueliian vessels now in port ls. ,, ....wi or.._. t
and praate property from fort Mogome, Cimporant.-The U.,SCon- with refugees from Barrataria, andnllatoes., tied foraviolationof 'tileslave act) whicil I .I',, IP.... ...; I....l,
(upon thie Alabama), for fort Scott, near two sulat PALERMO, hastransmitted.tothe Collec- This establishment was reinforced by a few havesotnder the commando at) active ,Mr. Chltw, to Jlr.'Crawford + pll a,, toA. Ii .d.. ;." y e ';". ,
months ago, has not been heard of since. It tor of the Revenue.at Boston, a Decree of the more men from different points of the coast of ente.prising inspector, with a mihtary guard Collector's Office, Ne:-OrJeans, ,tp,.roi, el S e' "e of ilo.sn" o
is supposed he has been lost at sea, or ascen- King of the two Sicilies, proclaiming, "that Louisiana, the most efficient part of thel of twelve men, and amr in great hopes of his October 17, 1817. deponir.aceeptd"', .".r as Governor. 'This
the A >alacha beig princpally mariners, (Frenchmen or 1fallin in wih arid capturing the party. Ia in SI,-My communications of tile first and Aury, nor ht l,, It,'* empl"yuI.Reat undr
ding tie Apalacha." no foreigner, of whatever nation be may be, Italians,) who have .been hanging loose upon persuaded you will approve of t in o wairt.I thirtieth ofAugust last, relative to the estab- Ao- r a 1 y "iaua t lilt"""1"" wl n,; he
S-.Persuaded )ou will apptrove of ,fy not waiting titeho uu' at eatv oteet -tv,' : oI', ewt ;
The .-,., ...,, which was upset on Satur- arriving by sea, shall be permitted to land min society in and about New-Orleans,, in greater tbr instructions, at the risk of seeing the ivs lishnentl at Galvezton, and .the numerous, ',- 'I P P ,. ,,, A; a o
day evening, drifted to the shore at Red-Hook, H M.'s dominions, without being furnished orcsmaller numbereversce the breaking ulated ill inpnt ad 1 ,l ou b'unde "he reexican flag teat iees o
a I up the establishment at Barrataria. Colonel Lite gOLt nith tWill SIC tile n ceu.tb otg-iv- ous waters, will, I trust, have a*'ached your-hat In)es 1,wieste, 1' ,' t,;.
on Long Islandt wheresit tas nfoundy afgis-saou, watersawipaspotrustyalegreachedyyoureotherwise toto oor,,"l ,, t,, q,' sed by thy ,h n oy
on Long Island, whereit was found, asissaid, Perry commanded one party, of about eighty ign instructions to the naval frce on' this sta- hands. 1 deern it mny dutty to trouble you once pirltue, to wi: o 0 ',,' 'A. Ajter their de-
hottom upwards. The baggage, having been Vice Consuls, orotheragents of H. M. or in or ninety mena, of this new community, who tion:to prevent the re-establishnent of Galves- more upon the same subject, and to enclose soush at G", il, 1817 the pe-
3towed under the seats,remainedin that situa.- caseof no such Consuls or Agents residing at had been enlisted principally as soldiers, with- to, otherwise the bay will ,o longer be safe copies of additional testimony, of Mr. John f6rty in umer, imncldt1ig of abo t hrty or
tion when the Boat was discovered, and the the place departure, that every Passenger ini fr juridictin and Mr.Herr atO lsr'a la. in t h i enied u a tudg of raand of r, s .' .......,. it..-;
av olb r- .I, l f ia s
principal part of ithas been restored to the on board of vessels be obliged to produce a brought up the rear, and then announced.., than Galvezton. O te part of those which vili, I trut, satisfactorily prove my as- wt ,, .. ,. ,, ,... '., o tes
vne... -The. pistol case belonging to Baron legal Passport of the government of the count estabhmento t word, by pro m n irates we hav to nd wit we behold an surances of the piratica ar of the estab- i.u .,u u., .. o B. La- ,
Hiauffman, which contained, as we now learn try he comes from-being His Majesty's posi- attested by a Frenchman by the name ofMo- 'extended aiud organized system of enterprise, lishlnent, and justify, itn our. opinion, the oil- government. Tie proceed o'me the e
auman, wic, very contained, as we recently a bankrupt auctioneer, in of ient, of indefatigabilit and ftund eers ofthis port, in the steps taken by themni to snd by those present I, "..i ... p itd
100 doubloons, 1200 dollars in Bank Notes, tive intention, to prevent the admittance of ew-Orleans, as Secretary of State. From cvty, yavortd by a variety of loca adva tag's put an end to it; or such, it appears, has foresaid took upon t-msevea pelyo a-
s' h- bentl ffc ftreiianJsaote ir. iiir.Gvr'r s ame ly i
and a collection of Gold Coins of various na- those who, without being Seamen, or belong- this new station, fed and drawing all its resour- and su;..ported always by force of" aus ; ad been the effect of the measures adopted here. Du'ie Gern ,q ,
.'ardsupotd lay y oceo alis;ardLate advices from that ptaec state, tlhat :Aury 'tI eoen,1ei*,'..:......
tions to the value of 10,000 dollars, and his ing to the crew of vessels, should attempts by cos from N. Orleans, and keeping up a regular unless they be mnet by correpoundig species at Cadices from that place state, that Aury isdepo,, ... ota ...
writing Desk which contained 591 dollars in inserting themselves as such in the Ship's-Pa- intelligene, through a variety otef momchaunelsf of resistance, is H cotesi of .d tb the results of then sail, evacuated t pr lac o.,u, tCototu r. :. I ,
i Ati d pusefnt ldn s with their friends here, an active system of al calculation. said to b thirteen sail, vacad the lac o cuct.
Bank Notes and a purse of Gold, we regret to pers or Billsof Health of vessels, to introduce plunder was commenced onthehighseaschief- You will. I trust, see the necessity of eith- and it is believed they have steered their At the meeting on te 15tli bf
say, have not yet been restored, themselves, in a clandestine way, into His ly of Spanish property, but often without er granting a certain number '' revenue cut course fob' Amelia-Island. Before their de- Paperiogr document produced -,-.u theW 3nsq
h L hur -.o resovedMajesty's said dominions." much concern as to the national character, ter, of the description I have nuaitioned, o- parture, they disposd of about three hundred ;ter-a e t.
Vie egisatur ofVirgnia averesoved Afrcanetodhe aent of orneplatehrr .iys,Ita eobetand-
eLegisaureof rna have resolved particularly when money was in question. that the naval free on this station may be en- Anrcans to the agents of some planters view ot:,,the ,rons cotupri'ing t e'!e obec and-
o erect amatbIe statue in honor of the late POM THE NATIONAL INTELLIGIENCER. The captures made by their numerous joined strictly to preventt thuse privateers front on this river : the remainder they have ta- Galviton was, as lfar as he knows .h .it o .
ton withthemmarbleiestutueuiinchonorfof the late tFrO8pa THE NATIONAL INTELr IG' ': ....o
celebrated Patrick Henry. GALVESTON AND AMELIA. cruisers, (many owned by citizens of the hvering in cur walters, and violating our ken witithe. The des uty cuiectorof tle ,"PUe ranf,, p.,p rIty ut,, r Ie .t.
I OFFICIAL PAPERS. United States,) were condemned by a pre- laws. t is a ct on may rel on, al the disrictufTecheawrit she,, a I.ugeu agot-Ae- -E r.xicafllg,,t!ito tla(f '.neo-
hiiy ev olalLte" ",lutil~l in _. exico, or Lhlat of n]y IIo"trv
It is stated in the Gazette, that J. D. Smith Selectionsfrom the documents transmied to tended court of admiralty there, as prizes, and cruizes of these privateers cn ncn a.d ricans passed ear the church of Atiaca.las on a.Co',s ; 'Ft arig t revolt-
the House of Representcatives of the United the cargoes introduced into this state, princi- ed at this port; te enter distress, comp the nght otl the 14th ultimno, bod four the Mis- t; depot acted as y public and e that
of New-London, formerly mate of the brig States by the President. pally m a clandestine manner. The vessels with the for utiaiiesuf the law, and if they do 1haPIe Het heard of itlau olate to seize the e : r... tw G... .L. stae, o e a,d ,fay
Wrangler, of New-York, was lost overboard We have been induced in order to present thus condemned have generally come here not augment their force and renwn uieirciews I have sent a conlidentrl agn,;It to wat tLite e 9 or ....i,.r .1 .I aexiStae ofI __T-.o-
from tlhe brig Bulah, November 4. iHe was atoneview, and in a more condenced shape, under new names, and with the Mlexican flag.i in ort,I they do it in our wtlers, and it is not P olantations of Josephi Erv, J.unesd Stil, andr t r.Yr gover"mnet in.'" Mico, d 1 .G ,,t"
orknhis s tWrn rh not being able to publish them at large, the Someofthen have been detained by thIe U- y power to prevent it."Chritopher Adams, it being eprtd tht t Sp uorislither, Lhedepolt s
vvorking rhis passage hme, the Wrangler hav- i1&enomai e, tile I .)th s1 iio e jf Ur itr.lileyolv letor aivct NwOrensit."rI bb I, opra s y II0he<< ne
substance of the information contained in the ted States' naval force, for hoverin- in ou latter had beeii to Gavctollo, to-purc, li [51,) ov ; ,t 7,, :-ha .)1 at ) ediuton 6''.
ir^g been sold at Tricste. Presidential M message, to make a selection of waters, and others havebtci lib t-/ for teF t.,otalstate or.s for hiself nd ot! .s. J ,e evv^
the papers, and publish such only as particu- "n;..u, by te Spanish cotnsu, in behalf of ,few days ago, a Ittecc ,roan the persn.1 e:nlie, A ha.tG iv..osads ona small san bar, a fr,
,COMMTIuNICATIrr larly cast new light on the subject. No pa- the-origiual owners, and though several tri- Collector's police, New-Orleans, commodore Aury, dated at sea, ;3lst Juyiv l.st, ,,ot .,1 ..and1 br; ........; wu,' -.'-c
It is with inpxpieeib)e pleasure that I pfrceivei per is believed to be oitted, however, which als have come on beor there honorable the August j0th, 1 17 board p a r x. o boar te ivater M ican !r-,-''in obyAmy-,oown by tle!i.e ,of ;uia
"the Tent~nhe Coneperis believed to betosnrietiehoweverdwhichSir--Iu the couirtumcattiou which iI had the he- (late Cl) t3pso, of i" 3.dwuore) enclosing a dopij Is:, nd wataout a port or ht rbin,' ad Flo buildJnls ex-
the ToutTe Coffe, House-, a thsbeiptirn a>.edos is material to a correct view of th subject United Stlates district court for the isr t r communication wiI adth ho- (la Cal pso, of idtore) encnsg a d d wot pe district of il
thebli-eit'{ioflie suim.Teri by thie ite fire FtSt. Jokins, is materialto0acorrect vew of iresubject. Lousiaa,,kind theclaimunts have n,,ver been, ""I to ma1ZkC In YOU, llilder dJite I~t illt. I gaivc cat,( fulLe,,i,,,,i. it appear hefa .lih ev .b pt klirtrr or iouu cab~iis built of bo:,das audf sail,, oi-
to inditiduti car ref2i to lend his aid to so noble We have arranged them, as their contents Louisiana, and theclaimantshave never been at to mae to er dt e t t ih it, im e rate t letter,wuch it appears he had thought esbu bord:ive .-el
and importao t an object -Those who have beeu stiip- naturally suggest, into two leads : 1st of Gal- able to prnvduce proof of the government ol Ga.y vestou as I had collected; sile t'ln the de- promper to wrute Lto tme oi toe 2hi 1h ot the samnee r' ctiw'r.O this depen s.lys, that some timn ii the
ped of heir dwellings and clothing are almost all veston: and 2d. of Amelia IslandT: prefacing Galveston having over been authorized by a.ios ofl Messrs. J. )DuCoing uKd V. Garrosm t (tteorigsalo liic has kevr come i fy ial, wetn oe ol t ie ii-se
poor, and unable t..-- ..-1i.l, lth- .vilswhiich Fro the whole with a list 'of all the papers, ex- the Mexicau republic; and restitution ha ,ex-jadges of admiralty a-it tihat .la( Tild no' to hand.) in this letter hgivess me a kind of" u bssels fIrom iGalvestlon veie libelled by the >pain-
vidence hasminflict.t ..,, n,.,1 i be hoped that tracts, &c. which aoconmpanied theo report of been decreed in several instances. 'ITheiro ,e) have been taken, and i h'rewit traus n official information, tbat it has been determine -' consul i. b!ha i of the -panis. owv.rs, applica-
any one ainl every one whlo has a dollar to spare, a tnoa d I pAieretiv i L, t ,l vi, i, 1adee to thns deFihao t tO pear bI'.i'.e
a h,:art thlt cani feel for tie uinfortuate ad desti- the Secretary of State. is no evidence of the establishment h-av- y'on copies, which go to .,ubst.u,tuate tlhe tnatoriul ed to abandon Galv ezton, and that hlie had ta- th., Hoiorable judge ial, and to r, that ti
tute, wil not for a-mommnt hesitate to contribute a Pavpers communicatedwith the re'tfrlm the Depra ing been made or sanctioned by, or cIn- act stated by >,,, and I make no doubt but you ken with hbn t!e judge ot thle adniralty, the authorities appointed by the meethi at. <,!ve(ton,
portion to relieve thele inikerable, needy su'freirs,- mrnt f State, tf December 13, 1617, to the Presi- necced with, a Mexican republic, if one be will be satisfied ot th correcinesos of the assertion, collector, and all his other constituted auithor- on thte 5th of Aprit ltL, were appoiutad and erm.
The inclerw'icy of the weather deminds bhat those dent. now existing, and the presumption ofsuch an that thile efstablihmnent of Galvezloln is nothig cities, and that, whatever may be dune at thle inisvtwdd by Au:ry. This applieCion was exl,'(-
who feel icliai-d. should be spee,) ia offering their Extracts of a letter from Natchitoches, Louisi;tea, actual establishment, uuder Such authority, i, more or less than oine o'f privateerIsmen, v witoutt place, after that duty+, will be lilhoult his ap- >:;ty -t>tedJ to been bchalfiof those interested in i I,
charity. MN'any large and generous stius are already to a gentleman in tie city of asLingnio, eouimui,xca- strongly repelled by the illegal and piratical even the hadow of a connexion with a Metiicaii probation or consent, and any clearances, o0r ti*"eastin astdblig"tet, particularly 01' lr. Ba,'-
,,b ,.i. -'. ... I tlOrloaBorof thlegivers. Citizens. ed to the Department of state, dateld February 4, character of the establishment, and its ambtt- rcptb.liC, ift such a replubhc exisls, anid as such other official acts, at that place, ile-gal 1 ,wo, it was known, us iidebtet 'phid.uonetr i
.:.l .Mr *.-Y.,.-1, ,.IUIP forward andl once more fiillibit ia 7 ,. '.' ,,i,., i,,,, ,ii "" 17." M -- l w oni vak o n ralde t lt tu-~ o e l;
your characteristic liberdlity, .ndi whilst you st ai Extracts of two letters from Rob.-rt M. Hrrison latorA nature. It is not only of very recent will l1nt, t11" est e,1 be coLulteiliat.ced by the go- have no doubt, however, but that a new estab- the siumn of tein or twvei iunmdr d1 dollars ; thi, d po-
exampieto iAster cities, bless the ruler of tile Universe .q consul at St Thomas, to thie secretary of State, rignu, but is clothed with no character of per- verinet of tie Ul;'d States,. It h: li becu re- li,,hmcnt will soon be made there. The advan- nelunt refused informing the person by hom the apli.
for your basket ad store." R. L. dated pliprs)t 20th, ad ivivay 30th, 1817. nianency ; for it was abandoned about tihe 5th po'te1 to tme, and fi oat a source deserving crc- tages are too great to le voluntarily abandon- c tlion hod !teen made ; that if twee deponent appf-e:id
The vteetary of the Tre,. uri t, the Secretary of of April, and transferred to Matagorda, leav- Jlit, that the priniici, partof the force from ,Ma- ed by persons who have so lung enjoyed the .-woul'd tell tUetruth, andshouidprovelthat tHie per-
coMmUxMicArTio. Staie, dated November 21, 18 7, -.... ,.., ing at Galveston, ony an advice boat, to ad- tagorda and 'to de la Marina, had returned to profits. Early in Sept. two vessels, the Car- sn" 'forming ti govrnowlt oi Galveston afe
Unexampled antl Act-winlated Dialress. Extracts of a Iletter to hmm,'from .- ....-".E.-q.it-a a zoadhttwPreslaeeOAIa-I'Fan-15 ;rl)eentiaidb uy.Tidp-
Uamptd anl .ct elated D ress. xtratso letr toe o. i ., EdA vertise such privateersand prizes which mrniI-ht ato1ton, ar I that two prizes have recently ar- nehte, belonging to 3.. L afon, and the Frankl 15te Awr) were not a ueda by Aury. it hii iao-
Tie ,t de v the miserable inhabitauls of ,t Jos, clctor of the customs, New Ori dated arrive there, of the spot on whicl they had ived, o a schooner w ith a full ca, ., r bel ta J. B. Laortes (ot rei n et was not s ioned as a wis thouthii it wast
Ne'v poundiand, is a foud call upon all w vrn, ttie 1 1817. be 300 (Probablynexaggeratcd,) ao,,I. sfdto lin, belonging to J. B. Laforte, (both unregis- kt;own fe was itl th2 city, and h-,s continued since to
providenceobf (;d has exemtled from suei- etiKriig., Letter-same to same, dated Augut 3G. 1817. ed their new residence. Some days after the f ever having made its appearance among" the tered vessels, formerly Prizes) cleared at this re-ide lre. This deponent says that thisis tl true
and blessed ,itth abiundance, to contribute of that Suinoe to same. dated October 17. 18!7. abandonment of Galveston, several privateers slaves, the privateersment apprehensive of its office fr Laguna, but really bound to Galvez- reason why lie was not sunmmnied to appear before
abundance to rMlierve these poor -sufferers. It is true, Affidavit of Beverly Chew, dated 6th October, arrived there, and among the rest thle Gene- communicating to the other prize, cut the cables ton,with provisions, and materials for erecting their judge at the-time wln- Me:'ssrs. Rieox and Pere-
.they ar not our coutrynwuen, they are tie shj.ets of 817 in relation to lbes, before the district court of ral Artigas, commanded by one G. Chamelin, and sent the schooner adrift with the u rtunat buildings. On their arrival they found the o"" anpaed s Crihed AR et I On
Sfo-, reee .sr;' ..f',,"..... e-ro e itdtte, fando iaa s a of New-York, with two schooners, her prizes, beings on board! The other prize a ship with place deserted, and the Franklin has returned tober, 1817. RI .CLAIOR tClerk.
we behod amisery, our only e iry should be, is this The same, s inety hoxes of sugar, the Patronila, with one hundred and seventy- 400 slaves, was lying there, and they have alto- to this port with her outward cargo. By her, 3cmmriaof nercats f V'cw-Orlans, to
real-can wt cellwye it Ilie *nicLna.ent season of ithe T(he sTe,vs. suudry goads,&e & c. partoftheschr. four slaves, and tihe Enrequita, with one hun- gather about 650 slaves on hand, all of whom are accounts have been received that the Carme- CM. 1-1rn o h 8h Jl
ye a r-- cart v~ e n t ,' t-e w rev t c. I h e d f oi r fra s aont o f t h e u m to n d d Vo.b t 1t o d r e ed-. pu a t t er s o n (J fe .l" be ,f jl tl y U t 1 .
year prevents these wretched p.opl fio ,btaining Mout V. ,..'- ,..,.., dred and thirteen slaves; and also a Spanish intended to be introduced into this state, lite was laying there, and that Lafitte (who had To Captain Daniel Patterson, Cmmode
Said from Europe our feelings o Fiiuanitvy, thler.ufore, Petiti-,, .1 L. .-, .j Chew to Judge Hall. and Portuguese vessel, and the American The U. S. brig Boxer has sent .n two small been pardoned for thie crimes committed at o ti Danie t.atesonal fmooresot e
are exerted to affrd theal some relif-let us be Additional t.r ".a;,,,., in suady cases, pending in schooner Evening Post, of New York, Calvin .schooners with 30 slaves on board, captured in Barrataria) aud Lafou iiad arrived there, witi Orh e i Stat n av s
Pr t theUntedStatvs'distric court, Louisiana,vs.sundry Williams, master, prizes to the --, captain 'our waters, and the deputy collector of tie dis- about forty other persons, and it is believed in- T morloans statmon ., t
p~roapt~ar eetdt ortiesoertt'teusb tevessels aritda cargoes ae'dsr~frow Galveston.~t'lmiia, vs.sunry Wil NicholasteJriest te --,catan urwacrcau te eutfcllcorofth is aouwrryithrpesosad tlsieieeden hlrienm oiahas nofth ubeeibr, erhat
1 R 1 1 Extract of a letterfrom r.M'Intosh to Mr. Maurice Nicholas Jolly, trict of Teche writes me he has seized 15, and tended to form al establishment, and will, no of theit' of Ni -Orleans citizens f the
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Shaffe, Craword, Secretary of the Treasury, dated October Among the mostconspicuouscharacterswho nt sto n At this m- doubt soon replace the judge, and otherau- United States, respectfully sets forth:
1% 'rf. C A L S U f L A .N tapendMi"b ten t alestnwe e xamnanyre PlnThatn oiythurrvetetmarra-oilseselshaldPe tie tensiven fagaedUD
v,. alM.Nll Hofiily Extracxtr at of a letter from Mr. Clark, collector of the of the notorious ofnders against our laws, who eXamhe tree ini)rtations on this river n'ear t.a ed vessels, uuder Ihe e ian la o and one ins with the merchants of La Vera C euztesvedeal-
0O saturday evening last, hy tle Rev. Dr. Mille- customs at St. Mary's, dated Novembe.r i, 1817. had so lately been indulged with a raiemission of ', I rOmation havin. be give m, r two under tat of Venezcula tatinue to Iaas wiht th,, 1..rha,,,ts of La Vergula auo
dolr, Mr. 1 .% A I A. %.Bustrsto Mi MARGAR E xt fet ofa letter romi lieut. comnmanAtdant B. V t n l that 100 had been purchased lor the three at Gal- r Co ampeachy, thi. I ...th.i p.**rp in the iulph of
TA L r.iA NT.l.m, .both of this city. ARE- Hoffman,t to captain Charles Morris, dated January r" e punishment, who, so far from gratefully veston. 'This activity has occasioned somcalarm, afeqM th r ad oi exico, and u., 11) r. ... ,-,., t,. ','rm thrnce gold
On,5_auda vet~ ls. yte e. r etu 18, 1817. availing themselves of the lenity of (lie govern- -res"(oe.. ..;13 ecete
On Saturday evening lat. by the Rev. Mr. Felt; 181817. avallng melves e t of t r and I am informed, (and place complete confi- tress, (one.case only excepted) make protest, ad silver, as returns for their adventures, and
r.,-, CAT, to Miss AIAL LOOOOO, Extractofa letter from captain Morris to the See- meant to return to, or commence an orderly deuce in i) that the privateersmens and others ard obtain certicate from tle wardens of remittances front the;r correspondents and
d, ,, ,. f .Mr.John i,, i... illof this city. ry of the Navy, dated frigate Congress, off the and honest life seem to have regarded its in- interested, have resolved to remove the slaves to Ithle port, that there is necessity to unlade their debtors there.
,, ".-... .y Jy i,1!,- ,,, Rev. Dr, Schoon-Baliac. li1T 4,o dulgce alnmoost as an encouragement to the the neighborhood of Soabine, build barracks, and armament vTt and heave down. They have thus Tat since some part of the Spanish colonies
.~krM'^ IVvU ^ S Capt'ain DauiaeIT rPlatteoroor, to Secretary of Navy, S ao-t^ ,"" 6"'l t;i^ "^1101 f~lie ~idlnlak>adia*mtel Thatl' since. som partfve Spanis Cr^ ^ ^^^ iL9^
Captain Daniel T. Patterson+ to Secretary NewNLot, renewval of'tnle;,_'" off.qeren. Y.ou will readily keep themt there during the w:ue rtl h been admitted tutau entry, free of any charge, hv ie nam gi tte.oa uio
1, t oMrMtR V ao Scic, gtNughter of Mr. dated New Orleans, Auu.t ,t, 1817, communicating pri B lluodeo he Baratar s raml cer t e t leae he ier, or till the Ie taniite d toa tetry, ie of cuarg- e ric, inearms again the roa auL'thuri, r
Abr^.n ya sf ;. i I l "l f.e e,,tofe Oea.l Perceive I allude, to tile Barratariaus, amniow purcila.ner, a,^ua, .111 leave. the r-isk of inltro- IiLitir thau. tire foes to tlhe ollicers of tile cus- tis vese ariqt la- of te several
'On V..ja. |. st, at Lattingtown, (L. 1) r. July,m 1817. hOwho the Lafittes may be classed foremost, ducing slaves to toe planters, whose eag-erness to toms, under the sixtieth section.of the collec- ewebics eos r, Venezuel
C nAm, r,....;, to Miss AKS- P as r, daughteref Protest of William B. Cox. latemateofte Ameri- and most actively engaged in the Galvestou procure them will induce them to run every tion law. This course seems to have been attd Mu bI""1e retenou" Bu e'.-s cAyren;.ssuonu
Zebubn Frost, Eq. ol ,lorum, Ve. can brig Carles at New Orleans, 2&th July, 1817. trade, aud owners of several cruisers under hazard. They "* ..: .. tlhat fix.ig themselves adopted by my predecessor, and has been lat- and M ctp" to hae coonfs iona
At 1..,. .. .:..... -. I ,\11, E, ....r, .1 re-rotest of> catain Le1is Dequemenil de Morant, the Mexican tlag Many of our citizens are to the west of th. .... _,. will be without lowed by me, in compliance with the instruc- fra constitured ithor uts there, w, cruise
thew np-te .- .. L .....d. '['Utoa veto dateaela ean otneso the stare kido ver selys.noy Ah wuils ctindtheie ntalo ony whenthe whol e par Thes e a ed essel en -" adtiof tted J grat an eratre u ae 1r
ter, Ea. of Go, I,, to Mrs. Mary Ltdlm. .. Deposition oL nuass, owner of the brig Charles of number of these characters being at Galveston ty will be seized care has been taken not to permit any viola- cod the pluaering of the vessel's e" your the-
New Orleans, to Jn. Ble ivarde, owner of th. bi after the abandonment, readily saw the advan- In addition to the forcgoiag, Ibeg leave torefer ti"noo J 1 toriatisis, sailing under the tflhoat the United
D -E D, Pmnona, and Louis Dequenenilde Morat, ( ......l ages that would resulting the re-establishment ua to the docua ents lately forwarded by coist Manch laAm br auncnitizn ;heir ftrceind n of Poats, on lawful ..ov, o and lry zhmn of
Yesteriy morning, Mr. Ivonr TISNEB, aged 34 the brig Freelove, at New Orleans, 28th July, 1817. ofa government at tlat place its sination so '"dore Faterson, to the honorable Secretary of s so A c bu in t11"1nc of. whatever spec.tin j..... .1, board. The brigs
y, Translation ofa prote t ot ier i..c .,,;n dal '1 f the Navy, with the memorial of some of the most I' eer ilaco 't ho cer Pomona and rreeaove owned ey chizens i r
yer* 1 ..1*I. I. ..' Tra.nsivo-l a t American o: Carlor, agaust .,,. ,,n immed y in he vicitnty of our settlements, respectabic merchants of this place, prayhg him : te cusosnce, on the part of tthe oaw cers ot ths United Searo resident in tnie s ci;t, have
he. 1 .s n,,. ,,,...... ,t" tt o"gessthey0 re eiaimuh pifeaporttM, gouat hee ,,bren-.theyoy olpeaeteteoureselharaine t, catom, tey ioatethelaw no nhldtoinrothisn tisitnyr, n byheaai
.. .. t c \ ,,, ,. --,, \ l...: : b U E x tra c t e f a h etttr fro m ea p ta i n C h a rles M o rrs v ie w s b e in g e n ire ly c o n fi n e d + to in tro d u c in g w ith th e S p a n ish p o t ts, f r~o m th e p n ra tic a l c r i ztti e a n i o r b t b f r t e e v u C a l s l o of u o n di-t i i y y a
|,',,).I tl,,, .. I..,I, ",#," .....- '1-. | ,,,,I- ,I {',\[ ,t.,h,,l 1" tJJn~itedl0Sitatles' ~7tteettroteayfiiate aogres, of the Baltize, dated netntheir captures cldrine thiso thstate15); acc"dinzhlp, y, da tnera who respect no flag when specie is n qtidesy waters. Nothing is easier, whcn the priva' Atetrican atizen, bas bcen deprived of" he

... ., ', E act a lett fi lieue t n dau t a resol ed t re-csablish t goverm i have lately sentaninspector ofconidence, tt niscompletend h repair d sd eyaor da- a^ t l so ;ea f hes y expe u
I'< l''- ., 't Bl.. .ui- .....ta.liz, e John o 28. te 17, to the Secretary or the Navy. and a true copy of theirdeliberations you have to examine La Fourche from the Mississippi them, to Barrataria, or any other convenient ;.or 1brtueKy u rfed by the U
r, ,aht h gh e r dw atso n--o Exttract of a letter from connnodor. D T. Patt'r enclosed. 1 can vouch for the correctness of to (ie sea, and he reports it as thickly settled place where the privateer repairs to, and takes o.. e: F^rai tomn ed by Liu:
too, Pafrick cana org Miuozbth Edrh Bs- to Secretary of Navy, dated New-Orleans, July the copy, having received it from a persoa of for 80 miles from the river ; has 8 or 10 feet them on board and sails on a cruise, with1 au Ctnnirgha.u ho convo'ed her to l era ruz,
, a:l Mr.i l evli ah 3,dward s f. A,7 o undoubted veracity ; and thus, without even water, and 6 feet on the bar, at the mouth or ,augmented force, to commit hotilities ag;insl -
m' ,-- d ,' .. .. ls Am l 1.o bl,+3 ,' 'tau 1'' e olstractofatetter fi-om th e uty collector of the the semblance of authority from the M exi- entrauccin the sea. there is no obstacle what- the persons- and property of .a iataion with ri m tsa t re ermuti~ ar o x te sene
Earle, 20- ,ln wbur>-', i. ,>l J'.1. ,- .J,. ,,,, j po to. st'.1,*'* 1817. tan republi-th they i,.,,n Ji..t,_-l., .i,_,,. ;J,. o i to craft entering it from ti e sea, and ass oUtndas- '1 whom the United States arc at peace. *, "ou' rioiii. pnder d
Tiu7c, 25+ Extract of a letter from captain John H. Elton to condemn vessels and cargoes ... i ,.,j -ri- cendmg to the Mississippi, and t+ !i.,, ., .. 1. it is v,,. ,*..u, reported aed believed, many c .i'.,. hoe,, d in ,';cir. l co'nnerce
orveJi baton Harbor, by jumping overboard Secretary of Navy, dated September 26, 1817, on zes, and to introduce them into thi, port, and as high up as they please. I mentioned in my of these vessels (under the Mexiuaii flae, and b ontr'mie, 'ad ia te' .ar d p ,re nt.e fron
r l t, Jaco .,I, .... years board United Stotes' brg S&ranac Cumberland atnong the rest the cargoofthe Evening Post. ast the necessity of appoint an inspector coatmissioned by Aury) are ownedby persons re- b ^t.tea re
. _'_ ----- .^ -.:_,=__--__-_.-, ^..,^ boud. lt was sometlimebetore ttnswas known, here, fbr that place if you decide not)to have revep ,sident hero, and enjoyiug the priviltees of Aiie-- enin-~ig-t!huir nssei!,tsfeka,,tbeycanuotdiin-
yD 4ECactsrrfoo the same to the same, dated October great pains having been taken to keep t sc- nu ts n station t hut dricancities A ttee ofth e(rn elhuSLael' the r m wh i d
lrrianlc,, it hs y E t, a same, dated toh, rem u "c tal been known, 1 have felt it peat that I am firmly persuaded the measure is wece1' lytthin ;u nd it ,may wilathtnlth uis t t.in of trj r in the p
inwm1 cru-ec connaeiice and ends -: -;* *^to l.n lntlL.Hugu .vLc
our coi.uBsalmuosbclusivelytotledocumfle(tr., ber 15. ].: ...,.:. .. have arrived here fromGalveston, to the d ricti theUitd Stes ahol tltis or. Attempts 1 lave been made to roesvict returns fr their pro',,rty, now in the Spani s
mitted to the ltoustolfepreeentatives by the Pcesi Copy -s I. .. ,,.... to-- Aury. command- trick attorney, who has had them arrested n- fon o" this place (who acted assecretar to the but as yet wielout sucvs. Ts e y eo,,Iy docunieiri, tou dyto be desh w.,.td to sham .y
dents) in relntion t g at tae li Isln.d, Novedber 3 ",ir dert pa treaty... .r ;: but1 h April, copy of deliberation are never difficult to procure, in a place where That the com atrce arrcdon. by y o n mr^e-
and by giyatgret rbit neer aveGbve n ee bleddbenelienblto sadt; dated brig Sa.ohsce suad'rted r brg raac .rJd-.mbrlado acrunaoncau,.u......,,.scl ,tj,.) Jast_.s m.nti.ned aocthe ,o... ,. ..,. aevaasenusoeer 01 aithe-awitereateaivst um>liftu .ovwih tlae, .-!.ii..ih l>ecoloa;.shcoln e; i',.ry' v as t-

givi ale t?'til tn sletedforpul eenn isSunecvebed.9,181r7bebadtheeo. aesioes olln ffoues u e orNoh ncemst 6isltiefi n8l1thea
tep ofth alices f coorf Venw Itabihnrteate bn the soletunity of an oath bas little 'weight, Thi! .*1 ..ei nu m1
the Natioual latelligncer. (Ou a iasty p(e;rusjl o01, eletrs a A Ur Y to captuin Elton tepr aeariae h sratarian mentle- LI l L, s ow Ild 1 sn u lrg qauit oS'ail'lbeieealca avthtep0winedeua hi ad illx
thesedocuents we r disosedto agee wt date d kith,1Felrnandina3, NOV Imer 4wh, 9th, 11th, "anci IICn and itlleiP coulexions in a Ligh .degree, provisions, an i :-' w lsonsia w rpoucdnthUnedSaediritout 1 p casmu b:bt
andrepesntaion flle wth be .1d1wil op)y of file It;-.'.ife-st will accompany thi4 o" ill tile 91oI haOf Alay lai t wh_- S 1'1 tat a! hi U! Lb L ec~e e opd ty At

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.., '. ,fTe AT eican party, which are rather ore they did n.t, but pass, I.i-, ,- c'tt I' .. .bet,11: .aI'.".,a.":'i6,, -:,b..,.;.i/,rr. ..". 9 'i. S .w.-Ti Mi.rcur m F t.ciiit'si enIent, and several 'omon andn cilid"-;r
eCo hau ers oftih e G talphl ic~ure, !"s I WS be ie o o t a t r Th rvei, rl] o ,- l I II ,!-d ,., ." 1 "a '" '" i I-1.1 i. 1 ,UL, tp l 3 a w I U a I111 V t r ~ ,f v ,Or i; m n c r e
S am rsistace ar rom uia at 1 numerous than the o-therdconsist generally of I t e thie m, s 1 ... ,, a o, a ,,,,, .,.,' .. ... ,, ;.. -a.i .,. Th, .t.Uh tLI, o t unnin., and ilouda$ oe l estei'day, [weofhis men came in, all wound
his valuable, c m c w l ..- American, Er.gli-oh and Irishesailors; butwnow d ire^oi h"m, 3at6e p .tt.t L; i, ,,Io at 10 d,.: I.,'.tTe.state, th.t....1
his valuable commerce will cease, unless the have no declared leader.. Irwin wants either ,musquetry was fired unc.-r h,, itern, il n t- St. Thon., -.ll Apr.i 1 17. 1", last -tood 1 a-hn.gton, at 10 degrees eTJ. They state, that Lieut. Scott was at-
merchant vessels be protected ; and that prote ..r_ b -i ,.,,
miorchantisovewsolicibeprote cted; dfoyou. that prote-spiritor popularity ity to assume that character. turned. The alarm ..-a by boat. p'e inm,en ig nhbr of Aielrc-in ae ero-at Uaimore, 4 degree. below-- lacked, by the Indians just below the forks of
Yiou m emsorditalists, th or~e respectfully 41- Fr my own partI believe that i point of 4no-I unhfortunately waso6n ',uhberlind 'uire w eacrle ""'seill !uccc-s i. tie pri,.le-rs at Nc -York,; doircei above-and at 6a- the neecs, ,nd the whole party killedecept
re osrrspectfue yn- r triotislandintention, they are exactly!o6y one gun was mouli t eId eao llcc- ep ,c-s t Vork, 3 d e abound t a- the re .n whole party exep
att ta ythat yourdrst te r cdve- rawipl"l gi"'ved raOrders n tt h e.., Idu e 'e Iay'.b e~ esa ol .
treat, thatyouwillgive er your comnthearmdsr to on a p"ar. AIury's blacks, however, make their two shot to bring her i.... The rit Li: htenalt arld pirates! i inetfIL i-i inducet 'lem. as,. degree .o.e. temples.
sells of the U. States unler your comma t nborhood extremely dangerous to a popu- I fired threefrom thebri: T vo ,.t thde tnituo, ther to relinqu:h th:ne unpAilable pur- This is truly Jamentable. I expect* *e :h,1
tc convoy f tomthe vesselsof your memoh of lateionlike.aurs; andflear that if they be not! her, but she succeeded ,n 4er'Lr.; into ernari,,h- ski!, lhen n vr.- in otpoorlundv ,,,-rs, Xndi.J / porlant o Mi'rduhid.-A gentleman at o t rm r eo'. re d
.Mxto and from the conditionsad under hlre- explled from that place, some unhappy conl- na. Although irrita ,d at rt inult, I did not. u er arnto ian Gibraar, udr dae the 13 of Nov ase some ve rarm wrk beformAya
Mexico, on such conditions andl under su e- ces may fal on our country. It is said conceive it correct to .,ttcm. mt orce, to ha e hrr .' *d. . The whole Indialu force-- is Suppoei to t.e "00.
glationsas you may tlhkfitR, and the least in- sequeae dered that they arein. dan. driven from neutral v...... x u .-. ...ed.d ._-(caim my rotoecoin l.u i support, so ber, commuK.ates to Ile -Keeper 0of Lhe "
cone nieat to you isp:rfand the spu l srvice... .... .. -,- .u -raed .2 ., ,. ,,k. .. o. ltLt. bett _'300,eh tl
rn .eIienlto you s Candthe rpubliq, service,.. tt bei t overpowered,-they will. callall to thought most correct : at,. the c .:lo.-'d-c" rrie *t 'l t i.e dai .lu. -. -rr0 d 0 d -, 'cdi.t-i m I on,-the fnoo, ; of-.- Ics a tcl i iil on tieec ll etol!ow miD D- ,ter.the
(Signed)-- ose Cla theiraid'every negro within their reach. In- pondence has passed ..-tween general Auryrand renLder it ag a in my Juty ton request insdtie,-- f ttri .... M.. a Ind; 06s hJLave &rC4d upon seme wonteu "-l.7
"J. & ). Uirqithart 'Pedro Daihoste y Claot vva. ..._.. .. 'l-," f1Ft&'" -:"-"" .B "je 'ri"a4 s NDI]ve' re,-.
T D. O rf PedrDal d ed am ol thathatthe lnanguageof theslaves in myself. 'Tis 'true shot wa led a her when lions Itomni the Depatuient uf Sl.te. I liaVe .fo.r d t. a di l, .- .. gwasliDg onthe b-ink."
"'. .v olte&&Co. Florida is alady such as is extremely alarming close to Ameha, butthe o.s alursme ,e %as not yetle tentd tsuch-mena ,n. moke tl.,n I...... to d t e The ai h -1ig-eei -cofime,.an -
'I L .'I e I .' .t Sagory The patOts at Fernandina had about ten on the northern part of,.I,.: r ,,I-I .l bthea iu al- .. .. to g ,k thdoll rpe tleft i, added to the port charges of I' .... ".
"., .. 1". -." ... !..Labatt days ago n u expected and strange reinforce- tempted to board. If h.dr t,,J.pilt at : I.. cehuh .iny o .American esel arrive attadit.--W e- er imptfs stated,, the following ar-
o Irenty halfpay British officers, by the allowed us, she was on our n rie. I h. e informi- are ile i -,"' -. p"iaile dti., cn. A "- tide, thhpree received, in roof't. by
nun C eu y ,,11. I.... . .. su le it exte 0ds oal reof -.... -..' ".P "
1. D., de.lorunl SimoI ully rk'ssland, arrived at St. John's river med you that the channIl rover the bar wa ou Jefirg h tt ltih cxpenduie ol such lar,- e u ot Itrds "o all parts of Spain and to ..... ay. i,., ,rfy
"I'lbl'ott : B owers L. l 'lillaudon. V,a . ..-. -. *nve 31, .
TMc.dt s B ers .nmi.aking it for Amelia, a colonel and a their side, or to-the southward of a .1,ict lin .un roney ulit be considered a i ad- all rign vessels.-- The only American vei.s -
'. Stackh-ouse G. Du~sser SUDZ.Li'n ll'6`it- v sses- T e oly"Arie' ." I"
11. &Seki er m ler&C. coupladpothners were made prisoners by the drawn between the islands to the sea. I r.:,., anci. g ,, l.-ud my r. e at Cadiz is (be btig Ore-go, Capt. Davis, F-O51 OUR CORRESPONDENT.
.ay DTilera dds others got safer tor Fernandima; have been istructedonthathead, but.I re l% I y It _, b regrntlJ bt I --fin_- l-r-.e.- .lila- N, w- t' T RlPd E eO
]) ei~ lt~r 71bTs o~' """ .. t i c.'i tA o b: ene Ft d O thai t lv dii.,p. t, ar la 't!Lmn-,t-wd. -. 'Ritl$ Il FL'
hx b ut d0g that general Sir G re or M G regor think they hold the island by too pre ear eu i . .,I -- ,. -. Tle Ilh ll- T he sar e, ^ ;TO FL O 12 ""
lma:- i L.. X-CoY d.Brandtcger Iaita -I -it .... .. "" ,11.lldte l Q t .) rF .Iz. J "
--). arrd Oden dole i tht- Ic i I ulhna ined by o gret at3-nullifer later anuuncsteriatGbalro.
w L. J C J ane abandoned it they determined immediately tenure, to be yet so very tenacious .oft er ."nti' rl 'ulneJ l.< o .-reat a nuir l'tr nounce the aerial, at Gibraltar, of .. .. .
e. Ier" F;ils s To Ogden 1 or" so too." rights. A verbal answer was returned, t at l,,-t, .-. ow' eari-:n i,,uhl not lie suficienl l the .chooer l'el,, Caot. MAix 'of and lor LATE AND IMPORTANT INDIAN NEWS!'
X ., E earlier Z FtitsR eai.sd oolrlsineI Iuat I. -
Canval:r & Fis J. Tricou & Fi's racts efa leterfrom .Mr. Clark, Collector of to my application, that they would protect t,i deter thelis fromrn einmbarkin in -uchli e nte-r- ..Ne-Yrk, an 34 days from Snyarna. 7" The /dier qfthe Ralrtf/or retctived lost sl th
PautLuse ].Dc. Rouuetlle St..Malry'sto. Mr. Oraford. Not knowing how the United States wishe..I pr>ze." rn a.- hefolloun imSGrtaed Iller Jtm lusapto.--It -
arneir Collectors Oie, t. Mary's Georgia view hese peopl I did not think proper to agIhm 0A, -" "ofthe 2 .d r N. t ca
Nxw-ORLEA 's, 2sth July, l1t7. 1st iNOVembery l1t7. empt to destroy the establishment, but sent out N Thormal 30thca Mvesl, u; 7or. SpodJll o-r.Inbe O-. I.he sto~af d ,b E'ng ert' ,1mokni, Dae,,. ]o.
.c.erc f-teflterfnrolb d, C i e. SI-r hasten communicate 'the following bk the privateer Jupitertoremaina ,s pde ,ally bound o the Spaniuh m(, where ans aztte ofthe of Novemb6r, it is a he ringg lach viasupposed to bu an
ris, to e hon. Bf Irotinrmaon by letter, received from a getlema until I heard from government. It has excited their rnoes coldf have been diLosed of eatd, talfd .AuIA m't ..il fin theNorth attack u.an4 Colon.l ArbuLkle's camp w.Lia
infrmaionbyettrrecive frmagen,,anadadthercl. ,es oul hve eendi.po...o."
rUt ... fiat, .eVneress, offa alze, residini on St. John's river, Fast Frida. The considerable feeling, and no other privateers at- to greal ad 'inml ie, have been deterred have failed,& that suspiciotnis *Indulged, a- cannonadhing fro(m Fort Sedt in return uf-sone
U. .'ri"teCogreses rlahie,.h'n t.Jon'srierFat lora. temtedtesal.Thesnveveselwasbrugt -a-.
U.0.fgatCongre t '. subject in its beairidg prnesets considerations tempted to .aL The slave vessel was brought 'from a pr,,,.-culon of their voyage, Irmil a mounting almot to certairnty, tlht ley_ Iave fieswhich te Ildin 'i made ruoin otiat.
mn" Asirspesmaieopeaa,'en ot'thetfirst iiportaaec *as ti ounpor~litical re- over last night,) but every thingi but slaves, aud dra t, Ihe i,, tca ar. r tha f"~ he lgal opn, .rg 'dm ofm- mterial wen ultd.n T0(i~ea runtr wh oichlcae'
Asitrbspet marine opperann tts- nations with Snn. as our poica re- a small quantity of rice, wis taken frour ler dred o o! e If naic.l crui-ers that inest been allegall opened aud large sims of mo- aterialesuted. The account w.ich I eae
h n i ey purloined.---The .sane...paper adds- you intmybeilg c,,t of i-.Istobal -w o e ct a
Aury let t iGalyeston with Mi etrnre Thefollowiag is extracted from thesame: and she appeared in a very iltily tae. 'I l.,. tose.se,, ..n. ha been acluallyv obli- ney purluined."- The same paper adds- you o T la relati e to the last foglng
be Ii,,.ntenionno I P!trn lere Theet-own-'s exractd.frm teptate : e r t beingoct bn,'off -- r,,edniire[ is
.lersodto bestoc Mmtention not t n e "j Pu ri,, S.t. J master was not sent, neither any of 1,.. ped lo &..:r,hti I.eO r pr.i,,ll n. in, Mluli .. fue PMi ehrcr'hw dopttd every r t" b butll to establish himself at ti di were Ab iout sunset a yawl boat arrived at theland- prize crew. I have writen for the former, lengh, ,c.e-- i.r..eoue the trade in per- measure iu-hlobier to delerte ei h-, bee .oined,
all te pilblic stores and other P ound ing, when seven persons came from her, who re- whether he will be sont 1 cannot vouch. Yet, feet safety, rn,.l., I f,, l. cir'CU.i.Innce .ereuh o dett (e robbers, I expt eor i---1-- ,re n
destroyed TheSaatando ha Isreturn- quested shelter for the night, and some refresh- s retribution could so soon be had, if force was of there L[,,, % a lovw lri.l.h .E--el- of | 31 au nd ih a now ledge 1-f those measures Ges. Gainesrn Milledha-lle to-dE vOia3 art-
altogether unfit for his parpo- meant, stating that they were half-pay British, IO de s o ede h in the 1...-. T. pr which at present it would not be proper to foid. Its coneen lhave Irauspa r u .iep. [,bat
in t~ av smt g m t iti tle a fiic rs fte ,.y and navy, from t e Is n fly, if it is wished by tileUnited States, I have in the W ,-_t nlr.-.3 ,,,a w. T h,- pieun- e o ( hiba peimt t o ld..pop r t hatoM Gh eon. et, a re r-a', a us-fell'Ji. tthat M I
Swi thy tileove tnf ad-1benert.Tho a e'her wr a 1 higheone of cur ,n.,dic- -,,rned e-..l,vc .ould dj s close) we feel confident ihat they will suc- I, that Ge G, s, a taind that aor
"lyellai temporarye y oni eruse.r,* c' of St. Thomas,,..:on their way to Englandte effvder tileghreleased thenlenprrivateere Jup'\ter; ahnd the'
miraltyjudge,4c.werelef fighisabsence United States: that they had mistaken this bar Flyer sailed immediately on a cruise. I. complel-ly .-,,11 l| ., n,,ru.l.,I, and,, aol, ,nd the fender- brou.,,t 1o conri,^ ,ched raan,
to condemn prizes sent ios ofpr a e" s for St. Mary's, that they left the schr. in the A prior correspondence took place, as enable our merchant vessels to. prosecute a punishment-" t proviion. One bor ,i n-, ,j I
It is stated that the do .i. t offiug under that impression, and intended to regarded Captain Farnhani. It was repre- legal trade in safety. Her presence, (of L-ut Scott, Iv.ith 50 men it,- Chitcd
It s tat e wt wh VillInot no- 0- Lie.Scot, h1111.1,wa ata-e J
are dictatedebyth b their ovenence, nd her a pilot by tihereturn of the boat. At- seated to mne that he was a citizen, and the Boxer,) in this neighbourhood would HighwayRobberies.-Itisstated in theBal- miles belowFort Scott, and the whole massa
jess it .appears Wo aprs on which to ir ta'it g ni e em d at d only went there to trade. It appears he be atte.ded with the most salutary effects." timote papers, that, on Saturday last, at three creed except six, who saved themselves by
ev 'r is a.un ud his sentence- them inland,torFerana.an r p had been inthe service of the patriots for o'clock in the afternoon, a gentleman, who swimming, four of whom were wounded.-
'fr a pnin urred during the....a"e From tile other beat, and another which had:
S" i turet during the late Col. M'Donald ia thanking me for the hospi- sometime he application was o course, D I E D. was returning from Baltimore to the country beenom the brother boathi anotdbenr which had
his Is said to haveeturn may have some tality he had received, said he felt bound as a dropped.-On Monday evening the 2'2d, TnoAs CooPsa, esq. imore to the country been up the river, nothing ad been heard
absecue of Aury ; r "" \ eslthe 2daymrn~.JiigC H A. j DwYeld. imn awaggo, wp.6sto ppea d byn i -ves,(ea h e igthway e hon epe ssfth ro m o n .ri a cksotun ed 0n.Gi nes,.
b" o. Au proceed gs there, but gentleman to ie candid, and accordingly inlbr- I shall send the slave vessel to Savan,- steda in NDAW. CALDWELL, eld- a waggo, WS stopped byfive highwaymen Anexpress from Gen. Jackson 'o Gen.Gaines,
good ellect1 or of ithe population of the med me, that they had lately arrived from Lon- nah for adjudication, and if thle prize mas- 'est daughter of Harry Caldwell, Esq.i armed with pistol and ives, (near the sixth ho left here on Friday, returned to-night.-
.__ a I hat H e took tile-roull} by Fort G aines, but w~as una-
I ch ui' ,Mam told even those per- don at St. ThOnas", in the ship Two Frietds ter is found, shall send him also. He is -' ----- --- mile stone, on the York turnpike road,) and Ie too therout by Fort Gaines, but was un-
i -ei "sO" -.lie privateers, when they with a great number of officers, and miuitions '. robbed of hRg p I i bo w I i ctn a- able to proceed even that far. He penetra-
sons concern are unwll to war i abu nce ; that he ad with him 3 an old offender, by the name of Austin. FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26. robbed of his pocket book which contained a- ted within l0.ilesofthe Fort, when ie ob-
di spose' o thiet, fearfulofbeing plun- ollicers on board the schooner, that he would The.situation of Amelia is, by no means,. -yitar Works.-Oa Monday last, the bout five hundred dollars. The gentleman served fresh Indian signs, and a few miles fur-
t" ', ,c 1,r bills, whicr, can be more comlnmand in this quarter; that they, would a quiet one. Those at present there apt ,. li wasseverely wounded in his struggle to de- thercame towhere two white men had been
dered, but Most of the foods .carried have men sufficient, and a profusion of every very strangely. There has been a Ff secretary of War laaid before Congress a re- .d is r killed, one of whon was Mr, John Chambers
goods carried y ..t0er as enareach i ....fend his proi6ert '.. .kldneo hma-r on abrs
-. atily seculuced into tie Un;ted 6tat.s thing necessary for actve operations. That party and an English pariv-they u aye po, rtiin which he recommends the improving..... p r. of Fort Gaines. The express had heard from
t h e r e a r e i ", t h e y w a nt e d it w a r w i t h S p a i n a nd t h a t h e h i ll : .' .I .. ..I .. I n a d d i t o n t o t h i s d a r i n g i n s t a n c e o f h z, I h-r r q e t y b ~ e s o s w o e f l t n
.r aud least valuable regularly aed w t dee in consti ala of eac e and enlarging of our permanent, military- addon to ths stance of hgh them frequently bypersons whobe met, and
umorne ue; h m r v labe power to draw oil EEgland for 100,000 pounds ,"- T e rport, hiaharll'obf eaw in : robbere l 'takgtheman i a til. on
the mor i n house. woks ;i thear wimore bfondii way .otcy, we have tile mortification to was trying to overae Ian ttetm
th"r'o .uItosh: tUheo.te valuable sterlg that they wout ave aine train of French party is now trying as nay ol.the works. The report, which will be found i *ros e re e the mortification to t tryingto overtake them, and at the te
and th s are smugtled through the artillery; and thatall the supplies were actually English party as posibe, and str ngely our columns this day, will be read with in- state other, which occurred about 9 o'clock ftheurde could not have ben ore than
'' .": -I i fiv e u ~e g,'behind. T hey w ere kfilliedllast M o m -
u ltts to the cwewaIdwher oa ther way or shipping that a number ofgu re making a Botany Bay of the United terest o Tesday eeni.g, wtt ree m iles.of mi i mies of
peopeut too much isposed. to reader b oris anda.sloopswould uieate lng in repoe States, as you will perceive by eploclia- tiuscity. AsMr. JoaPOWELL, formerly of where they had encamped the nighi t be-
pe.,t,-oossibto assistaaee. tor the East iudies'; but were boundl directly -. i 'r,* .n *, ri,,'' "-t- m y u a e o m e n i h e
'-hVlu Lred slaves are now at Galves- here, and to South America. That ty were nation enclosed. So much d(ont'nt The Legislature of Tennessee .have passed tile House of Powell & Everett, while ap- fore. The appearance indicated about twiven-.
.. 'persons have gaone fromN ew-Orleans much disappin ted at -t. Thomas, on hearing prevails that I should not oe surprise, i t an act prohibiting the establishment in that preaching the city, was leading hishorse over ty Indians, and the trail entered the road
pol'ill hav goe frin 1 w-Orean rauh dsapr ined tt-teYdirection fea of ; IFinthediretioeofForttaie t iehc
tr'ase them; every exertion will be .IM*GOregor had leIft Amelia [iand ; and that thie see them engaged i. civil war. The s. ;e State, of a Branch of the Bank of the United the Weehawk hill, about 2 miles from Hobo- place'thlre is merely a sergeant's gat i'ich
intercept them, butl havelittle ho-es capture of Amela was known pror to their vessels that have hitherto entered Fernau- States, on th.efienalty of Fy thousand Dol- ken Ferry, he was attacked by two robbers,tw place men, ande a few ofthe, neighb ofing
I.- .. ,>, ,t Euglaud."< dina, I have no doubt have -.,111.. h,i ali .aIs" knocked senseless to the ground, (where ,he inhabitants who have taken refuge hborei,
ract(f a matter from Lieutenant Comman- f, :! of'fer. have a s.dJk.r-like and genteel their slaves to ti United States. miall ed senseless to the ground, (werehe habitats who have taken refue there-
"n P'tan t h ort i te Mo n. B. t. Cown- arce, d a ae tneIr consion s ; are.perid tO pass ad r.,, ,; i u tion .-The ation supposes e must have lain about an hour,) Ssidafe, themselves tlie inhabitants id
'h.ild,& rary oftheXvy, dted '. "th:ojcinlvg sandrobbed ofbhis.watch, and ofBank Bills to are so credulous as to make their yard-railing
I : wus to reconuoitrt:7'. they are rowed by b];a e., they -an smug. t t iu co ued y e prse il o e
I i inteilig-oucce of~~~~~~~~~uesday expresses tile ]lope, ~~~~~~~~the amount of nearly three thousand dollars. their only breast-T .t-gwoir ofteBaie re av l snearie taenndn.nd n 1 w ,thenewtoldlchl.thttleBlafoleoraogrsrlrte e haadah;alr a
U.. br 23, 7.heBaize, Ti have all sice oarrivedat i rudia gleon orltwo at a time wilthot dIeclntll that the ill now before Congress, for the re- the advertisement, detailingthree twrus idudolla'rs the o nly breast-work, and the treat is am-
Prom CapeCatouche o La.vera Cruiz, the pi-.rati- (Signed) ARCt D. CLARK. aou m[ opr vsmon o th ela libo of te surviving revolutionary warriors An Advertlsement detailing the particular comesosuddeoatlem, that retreat is im-
balhoatsare very mu>cous.and coniti.ii.a tucirde- In. l1s provision how to consider, boats ," f te sur eotionay waors, this attrocious robbery, and offering a re- possible, or at least dangerous. Fort Gaines
predations wm.out respect tu flag or soul of les tan 5 o n 1 ilbentually pass "in the mostliberalshape is said to be of considerable strength; Fort
it uteet your.apprbobatii Sir, it would f.",rd me in.;- C apt. Thomas was at S.L .h'"s.will o" s tha h toi. i stm oe ., 11at1 Ie- ward of three hundred dollars for the detectioa Scott is a were, camp, ha .ing" ver" partial de-
tnat pleasure to protect woulr eoii- o tilae C bun, iul. i criio o the cllctor. fillci nt with justice. -1 u,41 ;l u ," 1 -. cott -A'tiu ao merecamp, having very partial de-,:ll itjstce.
cat." on gunboat 16i, er e peace Wite p isioi an, tl;val stor l>,i bA- of the villains and recovery of tle property; fences. Two expresses dispatched from Fort
cltracts' f ja letter rom John Kierney, Esq. de- Ectr:izet of a Ichtl"er f-tum ,.aptainth i ,ohni .lon, vaimth lo AiinAlii-hea n ad no citea atr:. r- 'm F ns.Iturdm..-The Chles and Har- will be te ind in another column of this paper. Gaines to Port S.ae t have .nt beip besrc ofi;'
puty collector (f the port of.Aw- Yric, to to to h hon. B. ii", Crouninshliei,, Secretary *- i' r, Ca;t. C lr, which arrivFd at Charles- nor has the one sent from this place ssnce he
utpt. Samuel E tas, commandant navy yard theli JVay, dated aw require.- ,e n bu from a 0 pa16 1) ,to on ti, he 6th inst. in 53 days from Amster- FROM OUR CORRESPO:NDENT. left Fort Mitchell. Jacsob's express sas
_New-York, dated U.S brig Sranvac, Cuml ,eiyndnautd, hat he -o bort' iu f rme doul, by a our WASHINrTO Dec 22 thit e was for by a srliendly chief that
September 8ti, 1817. eiteuner 2.ilth, li17. S nind, it was to hlit out a former slave ves- dam, s brought out Despatches from our General Gaines had sent advices to Fort
A brigsaid to be a Venezuelan cruiser, c,.tlled The patriotism o: Amt-lia IslauI appears to sel as a privateer. he w, s rec11ase.d by Miisttereinl Holland to the Secretary of State. Several days have passed off without corm- Mitchell requesting that as few passages
thee'" Americ i" ee," Farrerocoutiander, mounting he confined to privateering and plundcriig. Gen. the ci'l:...,I. Ai14 1to stop ;aus, aininlitM- it is niun(ioned in the Charleston Cil.y Gazelle, pleting much business in the House. The should be made thro' thile actionn s possible.
three carriage guns, ,ud, i This is ithoseblytycorrrctr aas necessary, as the
men, auld til anus iu proportion, now lies at the u y te command," &c. i, ... from the i i(d ;A.des to that -" the negotiation ofa conm iercialTreaty soldiers commutation is undecided, and I am This is probably correct, and necessary, as te
,illarils il poporion nowlie atte ,hostile influence seems to be extensive anci
ltiso.ioficially reported collector's lor' offi.ceofrthis lt'> to I te hon.B. p Croeiashield, ac-ei. o ri:1-L:P :, c 1 r c-nly going on i that country, had been induced to think thea it wbll fally be lost.- act e nd. the mddl toi son te ot
dlistriet,itt., iniubnher of ofllicers andi tmen landed fIra'oin tlary of the javuY, dated '. -I o. '-vrih vtiit ic- suap.'ded, i order that our ministers might The general bill, to give pensions to all the Fort Gaines, which is avowedly, hostile, lies
said brig at Staten bnd nd in ia fracas tbat took U. S. brig Saranac, Cumberland Sound, 1','." .- :' :' .:,:- ha iive mnto than obtar i'trther instructious frnlom home. liMr. officers and soldiers of the revolutionary ar- only 37 miles below the Alabama road. Govr-
plaev yesterday, betiveen them and thbe: nibit~a tts oil g October 10, 1817. .,' 1 'm ernor M itchell is at Fort M itchell, and will
te is a I have detained a r scho G.ALI.rIN, one of the negotiators, had return- my, is yet under discussion. It has been a- use his influence and authority with the Na-
t.-i id. t a that sailed from Fernandina, under a c.mni- -I "l ".1 .. ...:' ; ,I.., ',,nas i.!n., '. ad to Paris." mended and materially varied ; and will pro- tion in courting their nEutraltity. or directin-
OF AELIA .AND In granted hy general I'Gregr to one Ji ;.: "- : "ra;u.c. u<. pably pass in such a form as to give pensions their vengeance. .
OF NELA]LAN'. kf,- ;.'y -. "-i.: ;21r, ,Is7, 1o 7lcot.o~ s,
Or AMEIAo f.ISLAN. M/r top r son I i Mrr. .J.` ntoh fo .i.Ir. Crawl/&d. having captured an.hrglihsh ioone, wi!i regu- id, taker away tie property, which wasu, -. less diPaicutt than was expected, et is uncera
The Reliuge, nearJefferson, lar papers, bound from ssau .rraco, ': .: ::'.... found Gen. said, taken away the property, whic was lution. Perhaps itwould be well to have it tai when we siihallmaarci-perhapsi:a two Oi r
Camden Co. (Georgia) Oct. 30, 1817. called tihe B3rothers; the commissio av.s grat j I, .... r ;,: t t d. lately seized at St. Mary's by an order from thus restricted, and thus far it would be an act thraed ., ac-pehas i two
DearSir-The last letter l, .had the honor to ed to Jo'hn Morrison a citizen of the Unit-ed A few ,!,.:,:! ..- .he i-c unitedd, "nd the Marshal of Georgia. .' of justice. I -I
adress to you, was on te e 9th o August Sties, ad wh, during tehe crues redeL embark dated the thist. The subject of internal improvements is We have beenfavoured with a HavrePric.
I, htyafer wt ji htile public papers announc- S.''a. iGo ''a.ad ......e comme-er .. "sl," s'etef:mON eadte he8h at.sTh ubet, o itr,-l mroeensIsbenf'ordt tt JIvr rie
ed that you had left Washington on a visit to made use 0" by ons .Idw re Fehaer. who L,... asr, rton..o- .rod. ostop.."T n-r o veb
Georgia. A fevw weeks after, I though it not wise captured ;,,i .h zier; both are de mat, of ,helit land devolved on Colonel states, thatDr. Gaul was soon to proceed to us Thi iendi, ndy urbsr r of he e ber, fr e icheeby terat
. imprudeit to venture out to my swamp planta- tainted for imvest:gaio. They have been out lrWin, .n imerican, who was, in a fD w Washington on public business: that Com. houses. hec amour in your city against tia o h w tra
tion oi tleSatilla, and since, have been very omi tl e, and have received proviion fm days, attacked by he Spaniards. After Aury was still there, but that his conduct roads and canals, is highly disapproved of the allowing _
itiou Pt Ste Mary's. 'and aceGnrl have r, g.le beeIn very1n 11 ot-e.hr, n h msaeseist cneni Ahs-o,5 a5 e 5 .Par,5
litae t St. Mary's. Since General MGregor, some English and American tesels they s an eIggemen of orty-eiht hours, Vwhich hai been such as to make him more detested here, and the message seemsto condemn it. shes--Pot, 50 a 2er 50 e, 56
and the greater part of his officers, (some of gratis. The crew consisted of 18, and I sup- .,Thbdert58.-Bark, Quercitron, 25 a 27.-Cottoj,
whoml were men of respectable standing in the pose they could nt carry provision or vas all smoke, it term. led without lie than ever:" and that the oriana had The bill to provide forexpatra on i report- a Uplaud, 2 25 a 2 35-New-Orleans
11,." arry l-ved to; thr house. Il than tiufs andathahtilethell2rz0aaa hd4GeorgiaeUplandi2a5,a 2 a5-N .--Orle ..
United States) have left .atelia Island, there days. On the 6th insutalt I detaied tihe schooun- loss of a single life, and the Spaniards re- broughtin a Guineaman with250 slaves, ed to the house. is not this a branch of the 2 30 a 2 40. e, Carolina, 0 a63.- .
bas not been so much ingenuity made of er -ornet;she was conis;si.nd by general treated. Spanish affairs? Yours &c. to, Russia, 75 a 76-Brazil, 65 a 67.-_76.
in misrepresenting the conduct and in-enons 'Gregor, 22d July last, Jolhn smith coumuia- The noted Woodbine, ofl infamous Latest fromS. Mary's.- Captain Foleyof bacco, Virginia, Maryland,. Kaentucky and
o" tis invadelresenn h cnutan n~c der. She cleared out from 1Fni~cdellphia inu.Au-meoyarid rcfon as,.wihat sop1arhorivdt8vnaho
o the ivaders of East Florida; and the :c-. .S c d t memory, arrivedll .ru from, Nassi, -.ilh a tl Sudden and Jfelancholy death.-We read, Georgia 70 a 100.
counts which are published of them, are. for gust as the Truvellr; sihe recveu liher ari-is iepwLiv, awasi, atier, who arrived at Sa annah on, -
the iost part generally correct. The present and men in the Delaware bay, neaear Lewistown. the lth inst. in two days fro St u r. iOIary'sre- sa-s the Baltimoh tederal republican, oF T eoacco may be bonded for exportation.
'chief commodore Aury got the command very O the 61. or 7th September she. for the first his friend,.MGrcgor, iiaing lell e cause the ro were thena Point battles without any peculiar emotion; andob- e consumpfron it can only be sold t
much against the inclinations of sheriff Hu- tine,"assumned the name of the HIornet, went oi r tIe was disappointed, and embarked with .ors that the U. .oops were ten at Point ot yf the dead government, and in that case paysl0b f. duty
bard, and colonel Irwin. When he arrived at cuba, lade 'vo prizes, tllhe crew mutinied, and VI'Gregor, who sailed a fi v days since for Petre, but expected orders totake possession serve ti e lists of Lie dying atnd of the dead C.fimnported by foreign bottoms, and is free of
Feriaandina, with his squadron ofprivateers and in that tate e w coinig in." Nassau, to commence some new expedi- of Amelia Island on the following day.-A let- scoredup in the official accounts of human duty by French ones.
'izes l the were entirely withollt money. e Islanti I get dire- u.is bow to consider "t tI whi, it is general' 'upI)osil, will ter from Savannah, was received in Town by slaughtered of carnage, ehli more.indiffer,-,I RR IE ,
declared, that if "he gave them any aid, it Iland of.Ameiia, alld in,; people houu-4 t.) trial et. hyo [ .rt' I rBaJofteIAtMal Rnuei tIttr ros ok aethnwe Idtkeasliay Fe Ddeda ftronh teRy.M. rw
must be on the condition of being madecom- Pce, itwili be nole to pv lt iter e o th ay of pirito'anlo, or Bay of the lt Alail, announcing that ourtroops took nce than we volld take a solitar ramble On edneay ifternny teRev. Mr. Cr-
.mander inchief;,and toat as general M'Gregor slaves or-goods being saugdledl" Tampo, in latitude 28 15' N. and !on8i- possasion of the Islandva Saturday the 13th through a church yard and readtheinsoniptions for, GEMoat H. CooiE, merchant, of thi city,to
A s u t is p a r ot s t e e a r oe' t d 6 1 3 0 TM i s s A % N D ye v R d a u g h t e r l if D a vi d D r yv e r o f B r o o '-=
never had any commission whatever, the -1,. As mst of the patriots there are one day an tude 76 30' W. This is an extensive on the grave-stones: brt who can read with lyns aDt.O.Eagteof d8ofBoo-
of t Republic must e struck, and that Aecan t a i t Fer in Bay, and capabloahntingshiol,,y i. .. _, such callous indifference the following extract -.
tole exicanrha oed and that eaia -,hm 'iseasy tor them and (heir aa towe all siz contiguous o whic e finst The brig oi ra.ncisco, prize to the re- from the CincinoatiGazette : We IE D .
public, (under which he was commissioned) Spanish vessel, a prize to a privateer, got ,mlo lands in East IFloida, winch Woodbin vemue etr Dallas, Capti. Smith, arrived at Died, on the evening of the 23d rlt. Miss illnlesswhic she b et h elaniant r
without its birng necessary that any oth:r part the port before we could board, with seventeen pretends belong to him. by virtue of.:a. savannah on the 13th inst. The Savannah .FitvimA COOPER, step-daughter of William ,,...,i:.,., Mrs. S.iAa Wmrocn, wife ofCapt. W,
of the province of East Florida should be con- slaves. I would have taken her ouit immediately, grant-(roum the ladiaiis. H'... says, he has e t "a t t t as de Lemon, esq. of this town. The time and :** 1..-.. in the 53d year of her age.
quercd." Hubbard and Irwiiu reluctantly a- but I considered it neutral ground, and that it surveyed the whole *( tle Gulf 01 J. I'per states, that at the time the Dallas dG- fnan'.. of this you.g Iad,.. de.ease. we' e pt- On Wednesday evening, intheb7th year of her age,
greed to the mortifying condition of resigning wvas the wish of government not to infringe- and 'atupo Bay is the only place into tained her, slit; was in possession of a prize culiarly awful and affecting. It was to have thiscit. of M. PeBreat
hcom 'They were never iietdly with fetrth l ofdt errorUL boats are generally 1ent which large .hips can enter. crow from Dumnos Ayres brig of war General been her wedding .night; she had retired to- L evening, E..z.r KKse., aged 67years.
life com m odor e, and endeavoured but in vain, -_1 I > d a e -, ". : -ini .M arl.M w as n itho nt regular papers, hey- h er reo n m to dress, apparently in perfe ct 'h health, ^ a -- ~ ^ ^ ^^-,-. .K
o gam over by intrigue a part of his me. Extract of a letter from captain Johnr H: Elton, l he patriots of Amelia are a most he- y' .*""rtwa without regular papers, hov I e r ds a r s e i o
Their own party considerably increasing short- to the Sectreary ofthe Navy, dated terogeneous set, consisting of all countries ring ahng the coast, a*n, it is believed, had cne s to be an coifste en m iutes who was d OTICE is hereby given, that the Judges of
<" aftr gthey were several times on theipoint United Stotes' hrig Saraaa and languages, except Spanish.Americans. smuggled part of her cargo ashore." the room to assist herin dressing. By this time the county f is a la s f e-Jery
lo'crs;oang under the Ar y an I ath ol'- umberland Sound, Amongsl tlem may be lound, Americans, the fricnds had begun to assemble to witness will meet at the Court House, im Morristown, i1
force were composed chiefly n eof rigadt e es Day before yesterday I sent ou (o18dtain a French, Irish, Scotch, English, DutchGe'- dppointmens.-The President, with the the nuptial ceremony; but alas, how changed said county, on Thursday the twenty-niuth day
A few days before Mr. Hubbard's death, (who Spanish slave vessel prize to a Mexican priva- mnans, Haytiano, Petdtes, &c all come' Os- cousent of the Senate, has appointed ROBERT the scrie !--She was a. woman of delicate of January next, atteno'clock, A. M. of said
was called governor without having any power) teer: the captain and owner came in to converse tensibly to aid the cause of the patriots of STASA, Esq. Attorney of the United States frame and it is supposed her sudden death was day, to hear what can be alledged for aud against
Ar nhd to Ie tqarerso with a boy pet ,and the ieer neglecting to leave "Sout America ; but their real motive is,.nQ for the District of Virginia ; GEORE G. BAK- o sond biby aistiagnated bfor y t- outo liberation ei or Confienty Gas .ce
ce.,,,s as drove bit, o an act ofate,,pc;.ance inya went secretly of pol an f ie al le ran- doubt, to prey upon whom they can. na L, U. S. Cousul at Malaga; aud JoHn W. liefcould be afforded, It is probable if any ber20, 1817.
.hics sooi after terminated his existence. on Ihe outer part of the island l a Shouht they continue in Amelia Island, the VALKE, Secretaryof the AlabamaTerritory. person had been in the room with her, she Joseph Hurd, Samuel Wilnams.
"ince the death of this gentlemnan, there has Extrael of a ltter from captain John H. 1 ,tor place will become a second Barrataria. might have been revived." Charles -lewu, Rob.rt aer,
< aller i ,,,., t... m "e r m o" A Singlar Project is now under Newspa- hAhas 1.-1i ,C^rr
twol ap ara dt h supii ns or the^ ^ faes brig. Auryae C'hol~tn lsl^d Acr d acusson, in the.State of. Delaw are. It ax .wi lh Indi s.An Offtoer in. th Jonafa^ Olvr J eoa. ncsn.
of he prim ers nove left Fernandina n "H Onibe 1 1 i of the naval and military forces, andsneug- is nothing" less than the dissolution of that ari"ystationedatFortScott,under date of the
J Si p r ilsers hae ted theAa erica d--On te 9th itantIsenot cloat o Hubard, o she .tatedand the anncxtion of her present Terri- d of Dect tber conut-icats to his F er ty O ,reby
h pransarde td tas d by the i- brc en a nb ormed to tavs e h'o sea of hier uhtid I not New-York, is the civil governor.' ... ,,y to one of her adjoining Sister Stales. in Baltimore, t the following unpleasant infor- notic, that abtanice of lwo ]udred nd sixJ_ .
axious th-Ihi ,,or thn]foth, v t I eah are thoroughly overhauled her, if she was a slave A number of prizes of considerable i e a Delaware Watchman" pro- ,nation.-.Lieutenant Scott, of the seventh, one dollhr.., ,,....,.,L.I :.. i .1. ^
aV xnunory h rou tbren t Awr y has vessel t was at Savannah when the instruc- value, have been brought into Amelia by riter it "' Delvawar 9 atlhman1 pr- mal. been ordered down the Appalachicola otuJAMES.fI. .. .. .,.:.-L..',.::..
,,. ,"fR .,,,: ... wfer,_ ..tis.s, uions were issued. He returned, and reported it Aurv's so nadron nounces that the people are very generally had ....... been ordered do tha intestate," reAdus in his harids ..

t/r.- ..( -, tol iort thei !/ wvas a slavetPesseld ize to the Bhrutus privateer. I agreedd iu the affirmative of the proposition; with about forty men, to assist tie vessels persons having any claims upon (hat estte, re'
*om %r., a s "ati tolnIapr to support their I dispatched a boat to bring her in for examina- t1 t appes to, be le anxious wish (if a calls n n home able and intluential men to which were coming up with supplies. Major hereby notified to exhibit thesame, v.ith eviilo;
Li ,,r ion. The ollicer, acting sailing master M'Clu- thi inhabitants, of the opposite side of the step between him and his ..-bi., b arid give ver, ,, supporwocmt thereof, wtrithin ssix months iisro 1: 1
.eis' tdepenid('11e however, i-,on aab rive, to-bintindrptrt thereof, govern- uRx, wholiosmaned thettroo.
o Ine 1- 1 ; o ., ot ny, met her coming in, and, as it was dangerous river, to be under the American govern- not only a bareassent to the proprity of the 1-, h el w, commanded Lie t oops Nw-Yrk, Dec., i7.
o derae blooind l v ...J aegroesl-ea set !to heave her to, remained on his oars, to drop ment as they are not pow secure frolt either measure,, but be the meaios of carrying it inlo on board the vessels, ordered Lieut. Scott 1. NITCHI].,
.* .alongside.. They pretend to give him a rope- |, ." efcct" back, and put on board the clothing of our re- dec 4-C&-S"ww O. r-.

A VALLA.BLE F IiM in 1 h. tc.hai eat .\.ru- O'il tf d .O..: .I.rLL. i:,rr.,l ,, ec,'hngf.or Pro.-
A li:., ela v .11,I lb..h,.:, tJ;rty m ltE. fr.:.m piIt .j i Lic c.!o y/.\'-cu-l'ork.
i'..,i i..'h I:|.:ic. "I ir Fa m i.i-rt .ni 3ll : v :r. r f. HE Fi.rm of the late J.;.hn Schuuz, contaiDn-
[E ip1r tI.':i.:1.l n I.l.ugh, m::.iw'SI andJ timber mg3 Jacresofl"land,situated inthe town of
1I'r-1. I L.. .,r 'ni the prcmi-El tHo'welling Rhinebclk,about half way between the RLhuie-
h. u':.-, a lart, :-nIl two .r.:hiardI containing 400 beck Flats Landing and lower Red Hook; has a
ireot. T i. neeii rc'c rgod, principally of chea- proportion cf arable, meadow and wood land, ARTI'
nit. TIl, and-s are .nl a good state of cultliva- and is well supplied with water; fences in good
I1an. a..J are well adapted to racing wheat, corn repair and chiefly new, there hai ing been made Almonds, s
"Lj othlc-i grain. Further description, with the upwards cf 1200 roods stone wall within three
termn-, nIyiybe had byappl)ingtothesub-.crnber., years. Two roads run through the farm, one Anchors,
.-i tlie |,rem-.t'. leading to thelauding. The dock and storehouse, AsaEs. Pot
HENRY & SAIL. IV. ALWORTH. withasmal] expense, may be put in good repair, ,Pea
dlee 23-CJt,&SL and reTAoredto a place ofconsiderable business. Bacon, Viri
The dwelling at the landing will accommodate a Beaus,
LArND AGENCY. family comfortably. Besides the above build- Beed, Mleis,
.Xl.0rsr., Bcifrl Lo,,dL, ough atd sold on corn- haj, there is a 1 -2 story dwelling houne, con- Prime
SHE rlr a the highest price taking 6 roamsand 2 kitchens, a large barn, ci Cargo
cah to the ate soldit for he their Bunce inty der he me, ow shed, &c. all in good repair, with Bostoi
A cnsh to the late oldienrs for their Bounty two well of good waler; also two other tene- I boxwood,
I. a.dJ. He will also>tain Patent (or the heirs meots,one of which is occupiedas asclool house. I Bottleswood,
deceased Soldiert. On the place are two apple orchards-the one B
d C J. .1. WADSWORTH, near the river, theothernear the last mentioned. Bread, ile
dec IR.Ci._tf 26 Water-street. buddini ; a variety of the beat grafted fruit Shi
A FA/R' FOR SAXE, trees have lately beehset out, and are in a'thriv- Nat
C ONTAINING I1.5 acre, si ui a Dweldhag ing state ; the ronk on the riter is upwards of Cra
Howue, budt bhoul fifteen years ago, a halfa mile. On this place are a numberof situ- Bristles, Ri
Barn, Ctidr Mill, and other out-boases, situated attons forbuilding, affording delightful view, up A
in the townfaislMamaronerk -udd county oflWest- and down thenvfer, for a greatdistarice, and also Bulter, firsi
chefter, twe'itl -thfece nile.. froaI New-York and t athe neighto lpgcountry. It will be sold iu two. -fort
thr- .1qu'LteLs of a Inilefrom MNamaoMatik land- farnms or togelfier, as may bIe des.red,--ynd the Candles, 51
in-. Fur firIler .ailticuilr, enquirer of Mr. terms will be acrommo.laiug. To Atew the ...--- i
HENRY GED)NEY, iitar the p.' em;-e; at -No premises fply to John G. Ring or bchabod -
'2.1 Huhlt-.- street, liew-Y, *rk, a' ti. the suscro- Br wn, onl rirmi, and for particiJar to --
,cer, at lp-.-enLit re-.dir.ri 0-the latmi. JA I1B LORILLAWD, New-York. Cheese, En
G.L i7-C2.St 11M.C GRAY. dec 16-C. f .he
F H1lE ,:.oprtnshp ht,:et.I.-I.. I;-.li; tre- *. Dw .dg .lewser. fre Hoe&,,. BAnrriifar An i
.t tvn-the I,,,.rl.cr, int tJi I th 6 ,.i Ma- ,.ets 03 Ltnd'fr Chuoulali
V t'lAir, Ing- W\t, in- dJn .I.-..l'td bvh n- upr-emiias are itualed in the vill-.c...--
t''. .i i .-Nd.t-.,'NeN.....101.- 7. Coxsacke, and is one o'l'he mi,- .tlirt, -ie 1B
SA'. IL. I HTINGVO. Orrcieueu.iencL 'iiidlint 'leo, '.i h- .t mic iutr- _____ .
dJ. l ;--.': 4r F. h E bt.N N -1 t)N ..e tt. oM tw o rjadi. t; i [ I .,,1, ., I li i.- (I'i,-, :r : .c1,
id tear, JOi.l ooi d1ete -ai:,d h.i. i|,, .:.u'>1r.LP[, 4 Lbah t

0 I T I I% i L .V LI A -1 X\ lT I"7 iI, ,- ,V ,.i.,:.oiie u, h-,li:.'ri:; in..th 2.l ',:t n-.-il n'g.
0 "- I and rear, ,u eet deep ; and a barn, 40 feet front -- rho
Sand rear, 24 feet deep. Besides the above, dIi L Rhode
5778, first drawn, 500 dollars are wood and other sheds, with a well of ..id Cocoa, Ca
4413, third drawn, 500 dollars water. Isla
639, fourth drawn, 500 dollars The terms ofale will be accommodating, and -- Cay
14-9 100 dollars the price of houses and land considerably less than Sur
5712 100 dollars the value of the improvements only. For parti- Coffee, W.
6545 100 dollars culars enquire ofi do. 0
5421 100 dollars Messrs. VAN DYCK & BRONCK, do.
The first drawn number, as usual, they sold in Coxsackie, or -- Bour
shares. JACOB LORILLARD, New-York. Jay
Fortune, so often accused as capricious, sept 15-CIt&Stf Braz
has become most constant in her attachment to PROPERTY FOR SALE, ---- Old
adventarers at WAITE's Office. A few days t Princeto N.J. Mi
since they had the pleasure of selling and paying ri ce Copper, She
a thirty thousand dollar prize. In the ensuing ONSISTING of three Dwelling Houses and C-_per h
I.. i..- ..t.. it the following brilliant J/ Lots in the said town. Also, an elegant r.-Bra
,:'. .., ..t iL..l ,'ibe distributed from ( "ntr"y Se'l, fit t..,r a genteel family, about half Am
Smile distant from Princeton; containing eighty -- B
..7- Q acres, thirty of which are wood and fifty cleared --- o
S..i land, in the highest state of cultivation, near e- Cordr.'re.,fo
enough to send children to the College. Another A
Farm, containing about seventy-seven acres, Cork Wood
three quarters of a mile from the first; and an- Corks, Velh
O~'.an. N.. 54 Maiden-lane. other one containing eighty acres, one mile from coan
20,000 DOLLARS the above. A further description of the above Cotton, Sea
10,000 DOLLARS property may be had by applying to Doctor Geo
10,000 DOLLARS VANCLEEF, at Princeton, or to the owner, on .- Nov
5,000 DOLLARS the premises. JOHN B. TEISSEIRE. Ten
5,000 DOLLARS jun2-Clt&SI,*
3,000 DOLLARS June2.Clt- Bou
2,000 DOLLARS A VALUABLE FARM known by the name Cossas,
2,000 DOLLARS A o6fHanlon Vale, near Peeksldll, Westches- Maminoodic
All prizes will be paid at WAITE's Office, ter county, state of New-York, containing 137 1-2 Baftas,
which have their name printedon th,, backof the acres, all in good fence, 50 acres of which is co- Humhums,
ticket. dec 22 vered with fine growing young timber; a large Emerties,
orchard of the br-t rflt.e.j apple trees; a large Gurrahs,
YOUNG'S .'. l f i VEGETABLE SPE- garden stocked ,till g.:.: berries and currants. Bandannahls
CIFIC, Therecan be cut in a good season at least six or Flag i 1Il;l'.
.,t tir: r i \ii. ._' .bores and Ulcers, whether from seven hundred dollars worth of Timothy, spear Currants,
/th, r.,. -,. iY,.low or other Fevers, T7White grass and clover. The remainder of the farm is Duck, Russ
1 .' .'- I FE ,., Bruises, Wounds, &c. A not exceeded by any in the neighborhood for do. ) u
most valuable article for the Armri and Naavr. grain and grass, and well watered by living do.
T HIS Specific is composed of vegetable sub- springs. The dwelling house is large and com- do. 3
stances; its use has been effectually proved, modious ; the barn, carriage house,' root house, aven
and may be relied on as perfectly safe. The propri- hen house, smoke house, &c. are equal to any in Dute
etr having used ito habitually fa number o ears, the county. The payments will be made to Bear
r -... ,.:,, .: but what experience has fully juti- suit the purchaser. For terms apply to Cap ain Amer
fled ; and does not hesitate to warrant this as a cer- WHETTEN, 67 Beekman-street, New-York.; Engl
tain curefor Sores and Ulcers, whether from the effects to Mr. JAMES [DIVEN, Peekskili; or to the ---Russi
o"f 'i .-, .'.i"br F.'. Cancers, White Swellivigs, subscriber, on the premises, who will give an in- do.
FeI:....,F,,i...i,'l 1` .-.., of everydescription disputable title, and possession as soon as the grain Dsapi
As a small proof, among many, of the beneficial ef- ,d i ab is cut. B. HANLON. do.
fects of this valuable Medicine, the proprietor adds a rasB. HANLON. do.
theloilowing AFFIDAVITS. june 19-Clt&Slawtf Drugs & I
Aeus T 20, I1SI. FOR SALE, phaoietircl
I, James Thorburn, or the city of ew York, do E subscriber offers fALr media sale, his Alumeicll
certil '1 L 1 i.. I [II uh,-i ..'- i,k ,, h.- 1-i .i. '41111 .1- with r HE subscriber offers for immediate sale, his Alum ,
fever '.Ii ... a.i I.s l'.l.,nlt n.'. .. I.. ex- large and commodious Dwelling House, Aloes, Cape
.trems i,'sI. ."'.]i- !..i,,. ,.'.v- L ilithi lt could Barn and other out-houses, together with about Anniseed,
hear .,i i r, n,'i....I ,-,iri..i -,iIn.t ,; .) l; .f. 1I at five acres of land, lying on the main street in Antimony, l
ast a u.. ti. I' ecific, Fairfield, about 25 rods north of the meeting Aquafortis,
have rema in a ew weeks d t cred e, d ever since l. house, and extending no less tian 30 rods front, Arrow Root
A l,,. .u JAMe S THORBURN with a fine row of shade trees extending the whole Arsenic, wh
Ii. ..- I-rI if thile city of New Vork, do swear, length. Balsam Cap.
that It have been aflicte-i aith a sore leg for upwards Said House and Lot are situated in a very Balrk J l
of twnty-six years, and could ever find any relief pleasant part of one of the pleasantest villages on Bark, Jesui
till Iti-ed VegetableSp cifii, wt ich ahnst the Sound, and on the great roadfrom New-York do. do.
nIIIedi .tety .. Ilue, anud bafe I had u ese1 tio N--- do. Carth
boxms w.s completely cured. I have had no return to Boston-55'milesfrom N. York, 21 from New-
of it since. fEORGE BILK. Haven. There is considerable variety of fruit Borax, refin
Sworn this 17th day crA'1 ''7 I on the premises, and the laud is not inferior to Braziletto,
W. 1-. .0 Public. any in the state. Whoever wishes for a delight- Brimstone, i
ep eere of .. .. ;. '. .ii ful and healthy summer residence, in the midst ----
1, Jc'eplsDeverel, of the city .. ). i -'0t*- ...,. ro
htitanriy trial ..' .,, i.,; .. these sev".en yrs last f ...: 1 ... ,- i 1o thas children to educate, ----- -
ji't, have -... ,i.it ;. i ilt aifeer sore on my leg i il .1 ..11 i..t -. .,,..1 see. There is in the vil- Camwood, gi
S. .... ... ..r.~~ i,... h, ... lag. a very 4.u.,.l,,.: academy, where all the C i...,i ,r, r1
i -, l i,,.,' l i. ,,, .. .,-,i, elementary v .,.,... i,-,. a public education are t ith. i,
,.-.. .. i .,'.,,ll., .' f oin '. t,.,:q ': a -..a tineschool for young ladies, be- Chalk,
.,.,,. :. ,. remained sound and well .'. -, .....1 ... I,,.1. ..r small children. The Cochineal,
ever since .lranI.i ..d1 e.l I .i i ,,I iti Be sold very low, and Copperas,
IOSEPH DEVERB.L, No. 17 Spring-street. possession given to suit the purchaser. Forterms Cream of T
Swor h, li,,- i ,. 11, ...;i ,,',i of Joly. 1811, Isaac apply to the subscriber on the premises, or to Fustic,
Ketsr, A. J 1'. 4th I,, ,, I New-tork. DAVID JUDSON, Esq. Post Master, Fairfield.
i .' 4, Si:pt. 1th, 1810. HEMAN IHUMPHREY, Galls,
I, Peter Depew, ow resident at atGreenwich, city of ied, Conn. Se. 24, 1817. Gum, Copal
ec'v-,r.'. do .'. ..'i ,,tiaioading of flour, oae of a el Conn. S 1817.
the ba,.!i-"ell ,.' -.. miy leg in EsIcI a n.anner sept27-Claw3w&Sle2w6w South A
that I could not stir out without the assisttuce of Amino
some person I ried'- ,1i i i.t7.. I ti FOR SALE. Arabic
la. t-its induced to ... ..... h.. i .,,,,, A FARM situate in the north-west part of Tragac
get. ... .. ..,s,-l..b ili, .-,I t. h t...,..I ..- .it,.;,,.:ry, county of Orange Assafce
.le. I a ,r ...' I* ,,. E DEi 'i s *and state of New-Yolk, formerly occupied by Guiact
Sworn tihe 2!t dayof Jly, 1811, before me, Josh. '5. 1' r' ll' ",I" d cease and cbodtainin Seneg,
t-. s, .E e,1, A.i. 20, 1811, il,'-h,. i. il, ala .lo'i "tad timber. This farm Gentian"'
i. ;i.; a,, ; f. .. .. .. i ,,i. ,i l th e city o f '" ,J i l -. .i ,i .i.-]i to C h u r c h M ill a n d C hI .:t.,'in h
i' .', d.. for 1e yef r" past I hn'' i'a -1' .5, .-m i .: i Ii 1 1e inspection of eithl er l" '-I11
,,",.'I., ,, ..'ore -,.".;','h., mty li,' I'rn'.-',.:,,' i.:ntltii'.i' .\ indisputable title w ill ltidil ., Ilt.
I .....- I ..... trh of physicians i differ- low, -- I. y the price will be :
S ...... *- 1 .: i I'rance hlapital, hospital of *
S( l... Ili ADAM DI K i[.IK 'l'ti -- New
.... '"' .. lt.......-. ,,, li.\hI\l TERWILLIGER, Executors. Care
', .. ,-.m,, i 1.'' .... t, ,,i, i', ,, dec 6-Clt&S3m Jallap,
..i,, i1 ia ., -.. ,,-,, I., .'N,'' .. i., t\ l L \il \ '',.Id .r.A 511LI, JuniperBeri
ai.iinggf '.. ....' Vegetable Specific, I was induced iS translations, 1 vol. 8vo. price $2 50-afresh Liquorice, S
.to int, e e and in ai iort time I found relief supply just receivedand for sale by ------ *
ii eightwetel 1 wat comeiietely cured, anid have ever W.B. GILLEY, Lopood, By
since reriitaniutloe andec Gl.LEY, Log' Ut
..73 Harmn-stree 92 Blroadway. s
Swor '.1 l. .. 1811, before ame Sant, ALSO, r,: ily published, for sale as above- St.
an Wyci... i ...' .. ., I Letters from the South, by the author of John Madder,
IE, t ,* 1.! :, ,111. I-'il 1"I a.i i. their Jonathan,2 vols $2 50 ----- Roc
thEdwardStorman., i. ...,. ,at for Th L ,..,,, : l Comfort, or the Old Maidand MaT.int, Flast.
tecse. .... ;i t,,. I. I .i i, caf- *i,. :1 .I \\ t-. t, vrols rice 17 -7 -,,c
voe' ,'', ''." ',. ,' si d en i I, ier frl C,, i.i. l t,. '"" 75 Cents -t N I, a.. it 1 'O
ftr .i I'. .... i, i ii.. i.Ii is,,, \r iina- .(,it ... ,.tf l '.ilhil Revolution inSouth __ h'
fur te t'. ,, ., h' .. ,- .1 ''I. i.,nV thieir f; a '., ._- i, _1
te-di' a. '' it tr tiritir I .'tl'
; '.. .. ... ',, *i dI ^ i .. .. ,i, ,, l .| ... i- .. I i.. 1 ,t r t.r y M iss S a n d h a m 7 5 O i ^an t o ,
, *" i- \* "''" ir.i, I i0 i.1,, -., ,, astor,
at i i 1 ..i....... i2.i e, du I ,i -. in Canada, prlce $1 25 vitriol,
nar sol .. ,ii t ', t i Ia ble ,oat ,i.. otierisnso i ". '_I.I t ilas inte the press-Boarding Pink Root,
withllout hany ebddifficulty. to y bsines ,.I C,-, .-.r :,:.., ,., ...tters between a Quercitron
isitont'tti dilielity '. .eu eu Qer~Itfo


CAREFLLLY REVISEED AND CORRE.CTLD ( llM r.iil i I,-..' : I rr.:, -..1., 'l %E iR T(iLs I 'Aic AN5 tlD F DA.r


II .


14 21-
11 3



14 A

11 51)


:1. 'I II

13 50
16 50
17 75

10 5"i

3 50
3 59
2 15
1 60
4 50
5 40

21 50
10 50
14 50
4 5,
3 50





1 50
2 50
6 50

2 25
1 62
1 12

6 i.,'

aiL rnmomnac, ludina.
-St PetrI, rereined,
'-;aca oom,.
isana Fol. A.neriCian,,
----- East In,i ,
shiumack, Sicily,
Am----- 4mcricra.
Siinarouba, -
Suake Root,
Tums I it 1F.
V itriol, i.':.ril n,
-l' .iit Il, Ii o

AlJ,, .J.:1, N.,
-- :ir, -i ii., I.

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Wheat,North.., ierfine,
S i ,i i ,. I .. ,, ,
1ichnmond, new,
Middlins, fine
Rye Flllor,
Indian Meal,
do. in hids.
Wheat, North liver,
--- Southern,
Corn, yellow
Corn, t
3 !.";"


B Bar,
.n Beaver, North,
- do. South& West
- Raccoon,
- Muskrat,
-- Martin,
- Bear,
.-- Red Fox,
-- Mink, Norlh,
- do. South,
-- Otter, North,
do. South,
Ir i.r. ,. per. MS B.
., i. t.. per rix dollar,
..! l..iglish, 6 byl8,
.--. '._.. 7 by 9.
---.l... 8 by 10,
--- I... 10 by 12,
--- iacriican, 7 by 9,
--- 8 by 10
10 by 12


22 .1-.1.. Irish,
20 -. \,rrican,
17 i.. ...iiii. r. American,
11 -- English,
30 ------ Cannon,
12 1l .., Virginia,
15 --- '. River,
; ''i ] 1 .Uiissialn,
21 .\incr. waster rot,
1 : -- ,o. dew rot,
4 .-- Yarn, Kentucky.
I,.h :ucinos Ayres,
-- 1'.st India,
I [ ,,d,

-' I Iavana,
S ". .t sort,

'. i,._ ir, curled,

1 l-- ['' ..imed,
.1 '- I ,-.,nitry refined,
S..- i ,, naO. S.
1- Swiedes,
E ,"iish Bolt,
60 -- Sheet,
--- i. ,,
L .ii... Soal,
----- ressed, upper
9 .--- Upper, undres.

1 ; -i.,:r,
3 l-- ieet,
7 1' ill 1 ,
i. 11.i1:i'. I, cargo prices.
Boards, Oak,
30 North River Pine,
,45 Yellow Pine,
\lh- a,,r -.-..rds.Pine,
I' -i "ililils-,' Pine

l, h yprus,
5 .- --- I'ino,

75 ;.
68 i,

22 25
23 -
70 'O l
15 .
100 1J
5 '.
1 75 '
45 6'i
1 20
15 :*'.i
15 20

SAuy person .. ,. ,.-r ;,..orma:ion by call- a' ,i i. .. I li raylorofOn1gar, Quicksilver,
S' b t --,' I. 1 t 16 l Dividion- t. ... i -iI .... I 'i, ,-i, '., and Miss Jane Rhubarb, Eas
sale by N, C. iso, o. 1 i Tavlor, autorof Displav- dec 16 Rocoa,
w ici-'troet : BR. Seauian, O it'llnr of ljoyer sud LC a- -':ss..t..,
lI. tostreets ; Waters & Scamap, corner of iroa- I L' .... ., ,,n Sassafras,
"da tid Chamber-street; Jotes M --nduce. aug i-_ ..-. ,. [vel. dec17

-1 .',.. W. Oak Ilid.
i [hd Red Oak,
-- heading,
I .- oi.:,
1. tini.' iis, bay,
-- St. Domingo,
.ul.'' ', 'Surrinamn,
I- Havana,
------ St. Vincents,'
-- New-Orleans,
-- Sugar-Flouse,
Mustard, English,
_----- do. in bottles,
A-- r American
---- do. in bottles.
-- Seed,
C'.'i l 'iii. .11 sizes,
-- r ti~-i'0itt do.
---- bll. do.
--- i... ilir]ig do.
"' .i I ,, ,
l,,k:Liie,, long blue,
S--- iiort yellow
4 companyy do.
---- white short,
------ do. long,
-i "l.i.nt-, Tar,
----- Roin,
' -- -- Tirpein

n -it. ,,IrF'c t. I
i' 0 { Ct:. [' l. lr .. l 1
i 'ir-.i. r.i 'T orpitline. ill
!': | hil r i, nc r ,, la k I-.,-
---- ,Jo. 12 t, l I,_.-a I. Ii

S. -- .1. ^. I, I 1.,I.. ,

a do. In rato
1 i -- ili i-, I i,
S.ii i-- i.',- ,, 'tiali. in,'-ilcr.l
t' '- un- .i. itit l

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a -1 ------i. i-sik,
i I.ii t. '..aU in l. Ih
I '' \, ll l c.[:i r, I.I ii, .I 1

9 1;., 1 0hRce ,new
1 l I' 1 --ot----- .,:L. ,
I # I I I' >. i I .-,i. f ll.lllY 0, *t. *
--- i I it,lli,',
9I 5 .. ls'. -, Fohlle it, g n ,, c lIt
7 5 1t' ic .ne ,
P t r P t t r ,. r i
25I I I sl of May,
I 2:, II i--- ... r.",,e.
i1 1: :4-- Stibes,
I" ,1 94 irLisb.on, doz

I } --- i il "ill, *,ask

1 12 1 1 Liverpool blo [OZn,
SPipes, s.ort, d ro.,
9 25 RagIs, Foreign, cwt
310 10 25 Country,
9 7 10 atRice, new,
9 75 10 25 --- old,
7 5 .u4 -d o. W.Kitts, bus
5 25 5 31 -- Exuma,
5 50 6 -- Turks Island,
25 26 -- Isle of May,
1 87 1 94 -- Sl. Ubes,
1 87 1 94 Lisbon,
94 1 -- Cadiz,
4 12 5 1 Liverpool blown,
75 0 ;, --- e do. ground, d
88 |. .l, American, all sizes wt
37 i IinsP, Deer, in hair, lb
--- do. shaved,
123 Bo28 Goat, Mo. p'ce
3 50 4 ---J--do. W. In.o
2 2 '. -- Gn Morocco, dla oz
7 50 ]'uap, Smyrna, R lb
15 7 7 do. Turpentifie,.
1 1 --d American,
'2 6 P-pelter,a
1 25 1 i i.. .first, Cassia,
4i0 --- Cloves,
44 50 -- Ginger, race
4 50 ---- Pure do. ground
4 4 50 Mace,
t- Nutmeg's,
40 50 --- Pepper,
1 15 1 S -- PiCmento, tJ.
10 50 -- do. Spanish,
10 11 50 Spirits, Brandy,C. 4thdo.gall
12 -9 2Bordeaux do. do.
13 50 14 LJam. 4th proofime
9 W2d. I. quality proof,
10 50 -- N. Eng. 1st proof
12 50 -- Gin, quolland, l 1st

14 1- Havado. Country,
2 7 50 --- 2dhiskey, Rye,
3 7 75 Mardo. rectified,
6 50 785 do Apple,
1 0 BrPeachbrazi dyl, a.
16 l. ., ilr'st quality, ob
S 200 AI German,
180 --- Swcdiash,
120 ----- it_- It., Crowley. I ,-_
8-- -- !.:hi, .., cwt
18 2 .'ob--- ... Country, ton
10 1 luscoadaprimngo,

S 1-- Orleans, primest,
66 72 -- 2d & 3d quality,
28 30 Havana, white,
7 8 50- 2d&3d quality,
6 Havana, brown,

40 C 1 d & 3d quality,
39 45 --- Mart. cla. white,
77 50 85 -- do. do, brown,
80 90 -- Brazil,
95 100 -- Lmnp, lb
95 -- Loat,
75 95 Tallow, foreign,
9 10 American
6 7 Tea, Imperial,
28 37 -- Gun Powdc?,
2 50 3 50 -- Hyson,
1 25 2 50 Young Hyson,
6 6 50 -- Hyson Sliun,
6 75 7 -- Souchong,
6 S V 6 7..'-- Congo,
20 30 Bohea,
Tin, in Plates, box
6g 20 Block, India, lb
18 Tobacco, Richmond,
18 -- Petersburg,
t Rappahanuock
14 15 ---Potonack
16 25 -- Kentucky
6 1 St. Domingo,
5 ----. Ladies Twist,
3 3 50 Sweet scented
17 -1 2d quality
0 -- C oml11on
30 32 Twine, Seine
2o 23 -- Sewing
55 rVerdigris,
205 30 Vax, Bees, yellow
4 9 --- do. white
10 27 Whalebone, Slab,
62 63 W hitting, bwt
60 62 Wine, Maderia goall
55 60 do. L. P.
60 6 Sherry
60 62 -- Colmenar
68 7t1 Teaeriffe, L. P,
60 7.0 do. cargo
1 37 1 75 Lisbon,
5- -- Malaga,
1 25 1 37 Claret, cask
do. 12 bottles do2
8 1o -- Port, _-ill
10r ,Il ....,1, Spanish, best l".i Ii.
*80 Merino, washed
10 !I -.. do. unwashed
100 105 --- half breed washed
1 90 t05 [ do. unwashed
84 '. :--3 qrtbreed washed
1 :,, 1 ,,I--- do. unwashed
I--common washed
-- American hatters
2 2, Hares
j2 !,,- *1... ?d quality
2 12 1 2 .. 1, ,' d .
3 50u 3 .- .... '. i, -,. .cw t

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2 37
2 75
2 75
1 31
1 8
1 31
5 b
15 50
12 60
14 50

18 50
17 50
14 25
13 25

12 50
1 50
1 56
1 12
1 6
13 ;i'


1 50
3 25
3 75
1 l1i
1 25
1 25

4 50
1 75


1 37


22 50


2 25
6 75

8 50

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1 13
4 50
2 50
2 87
2 87
1 34
1 10
1 37

1 3
16 50
14 50

13 75
19 50
14 50
13 50

13 50
1 62
1 75
1 19
1 20





4 '75
1 25
1 50
1 6

1 9
2 25

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Sup' rior Court, A'cw-flaven County, A.?gus!
Tenn, 1817.
U PON the petition of Abram Smith, of Der-
r by, in said county. -,-.: Lot Chatfield,
o Stratfordi, in Faia leld '.: e it Foot,-, of
tie ciy, county and state of'New York, showing to
this court that ':Iid petitioner, in tihe year 1813, con-
veyed to said Chatlfi Id and Foote in fee simple, Ib.
deed coutaining tie usual covenants of warranty and
se.izm, a piece of land with a dwelling house thereon,
siluatcd in s.id Derby, near the ferry on Ousatonee
r i v' e r t) Lu .i ci rbt i t uh c <,l a o ;s t ,
on ln id now of Elra rndSaautel i., ..
on lI,. ... itininia about 'forty rods of land
that ..1i 1' .. ',I and a iootf executed their notes to
said pletitioner I'u; aid prenises, which notes tire now
n[paid ; that til legal tiOle in said premises wasa, at
the tit r1' cli cO i t *.. sioi... I iii lsaac
Smith; i thi' said ( I 1.1 .-Ii .. had con

Itt saidcoveil tsoL' iat ri l; i: and aseizin; .ind prayingr
that the ih al .Ile in sai(d J srcmibe maLy he pOsid to'
l vestt d in is id (hatfieid iwtd lFoote et their assi)0;
thaL .esaid (i alt 'iLi i ai d l'o ote i'll' ejoiLi Gi t o it ii,-
the to pursul ti.' ii' said aiit, and ti't Alh l titer dai
ailigeIs itid Il,3 (if any) they mayi ilt&ve 5 )ultainea in.. y
ie set *if' 1u)pon aind notes due froitn tihe r, 'IpoiadcttI'
iasp c i titm n ir rie.
Ordf,',i! tiI i"!,.it, that said p 'lI m n e ;ett''-
nued to thi, w i'r! of ilie c'urt. o tI ie e Haver, hi h t's,, ii i In oziity, tl'ou thle ti6iIt Tines-
day of ,J t l..', I .' ; and tiiatnot'r '
of saii ti it ;l h iven O Lot) iid ij '<"Kji'- I
a copy 'If this ordi' in che Ntw-lk :
we';it, a ieSsi'V'Y, at least six ieeks 3 e""it i e s -111
soII of( llist ciht f I n J i'ulln fy next- aal-d t1i !i e szwtlu
shaitl lI StfiJdl_ t loitice- to said Fi t in b idi su.
c IL tlu' it riaL Ai )ii i\te -. I
nov 1 l \':!w i.' t. ,1 !i; i C ler):.


NVO 60 1, .,L-S9TR ET,
SECt:O.Ni i)Oiu cAlitl111: 'A'IAaI,-STRE.'t

FIVE DOLLT, ?. s PETR .AL,\'7d.
tayale in' advia ce.
T!e 1'yI: R ti ALA.D\'Vlurc !
II(, 'di ( 'l.th 'oifiiKe AI.f Ao i'Ir ( aAV b
i0 r' t l inoid e the*'J--u.o s.

,*Advertisemettaordered in the SPEcTArol
brmore than one week, will have the privilege
of one iera or t in tile C o/u~asswx ae A orjIta i-
SElt gratis. theCOMA IAL ADVERrI-

Montreal-e-Mr. Win. Langhrn, Librarian,
Three irerrMr.1 E.m. ;,r. -,"i .i
Qu.te'-iMessrs. .nh ,-,,. l %%Iker.
is F The pric, yi l..ln, 1he _.1 postage,
is -1 12s. ld. i'ili-f ,. t rency, per annum.
SFOR E t...7.,. ,' r,
if I 1. ,, ;.. ,, -|' o "
-- hICHEb'ER' will sail for Falmouth,
hl.-.., -. in January. For pass ge, havi
elegant accommodations, apply to av

riee 16-5 27' South-street.
A rFEtv boxes Garden Seeds, of the first qua-
ty, raised in thie northeast part of the state,
put up assorted in boxes for retailing, by an expe-
riencedseedsinea, and verysuitable for the soith-
ern market, al of the growth of 1817, received
and for sale by CtLLI -Ne & CU.
dec 15 l Is r .

tcl ekand state of (ht.. i. .. t h. fi, ,t
i, I. preferred h ,- ,
S,;'A'i, court, to be holden at Litchfield in
iil the first Tuesday of February
lawePrit or tho e- i'.. .i- .
the Sierior '. ent'i. .t .
of insoency grait relief in certain cases
;Smith, omd that the honorable Nathauiel.
the follosijudgesofsaid court, bath issued(
rthe forsin. "der of notice to be iven to the
creditors ivnitout thi t o the
It is ', orde 't tis state, (to wit)-
Itre idoAre _ofo
foregoi at notice of the pendencv ofh
fore.,oIg t. A A. .A
debtor, to 1ti1 .. ti A t i,, *, t ,h i t
may ie givenoi.yi"' .,i this state.
paper printed i''I. ,,: [he smein a eows-

the first Monda5 ..''"'. i i::.:c ..
Woodbury, the 6tbtAcUat'y n'*ry -xt d..'.t ',l
ofOctol.ir, i,
a 3,,. ." .-,IIl "
nov 18-Slaw3w" L' 'n"erior Cou t.
B Y order of WtVlli--
judge of the Ln, I,,.1 "I, Esq. first
for the county of Sulli.bv '01"on pleas in and
to all the creditors of .' 'I' hereby given
of Thompson, in the ,' f" of tfhe tonii
debtor, to shew cause, if ri*,y an hisolyent
the -,.1. i. -,-, i:,r i. l. .. I. ,-. before
of I ..,, ', in said couise in the town
day of December next, at the thirtieth
afternoon, why an .*,.'. i '.1. L ;I the
vent's estate should not" be .'. said insol-
charged, pursuant to th, .. .' l be dis-
and provided. Dated O(' t.. ..'* made
Satnl. F. Jones r.n.l ,ith r: ,I'... l ii

P URSUANT to an orderofthe l
meon Baldwin, one of the juddable Si-
perior court for the state of C .-. .- 1 ', ... i'', "'
fy given, that Stephen Httrikiss of 'Nei- here-
New Haven county, iha preferred his peiit"''t '"
court to he tivld at Ne.w Have nt, in and for sain si d
on the third Tuesday of January nest. prnvjPtY'.
Sis body may beexesilpt tro i. ,,.. ie ..
de'ht owing by himl, and that lie rn-,y have theny
provided iu the act entitled An aci to althoriz'ef
superior court to grauit relief in certain cases of i P
verwe." t; which time and place all persons cuncernit
Ii 'irc. i" they se -cau e,anid le hear(don tthe pre'
mie.S. Nesw-HI vt-n, 8th I 'I..... : 'i:
dec 11 Cltc&S2iw3w Li. L '"it E fi .Clerk.

f Tl Tr.1 I N '1't ,1 ... 0 ,. .. th. I -.,, .T .,.1, Si-
i L .l.tw in, ..... .:.i t.,, ,,, :. ,,f the sn-
perior coin't for the state of Connecticut, notice is
hereby tiveit, thlt Willina S". Hotchkiss, of New.J' -
ven in New-tIIiven county, has preferred iL' ...' ;
tos--id ec urto -.i .- .. .-I- i.. ,.' ,, .I
county, B to et.i J i 1i I' l '.i ,ti. i n.xt, iprayvin-
Stiat his body i.y lie ex!'nmpt from arrest on tcconit' of
any debt owing by hii, anl that hemay have the relic
provided in the act entitled An art to authorise t"e
superiorcourt to grant relief in certain cases of insol-
vency" ; at which time and place all parties coireerned
will appear, if they see cause, and be heardnca te
premises. New laven, 8th December, 1817
dec Il-CIt4&2aw3wi DYER WHITE, Clerk.

Stae of C S...,. ,'. ... ..''. Court, New-alren.
ZenZas Cooke vs. his Creditors.
TTPON the petition of Zenas Cooke vs. his
Creditors, returnable to the Superior
Court to be held at r H -' i, r ii i .,. l or tilhe
county of New Haver,.. .n ii. I ,. I ,1 .'. of Janu-
ary, 1818, praying fo: ..' .,-; ,. ir ,.' i accord-
ing to thIe statute in such case provided, "his honor
Simon Baldwin has been pleased to make the follow-
inig order:-
Slate of Connecticut, ss.-New Haven, Nov. 25, 1817.
It is ordered, that the creditors; '.I : L,,i this
state bh notified of the pendeity of .....- : ie-
tition, by advertisement t in the Spectator, a paper
puib!hiied in the city of New-Yoirk, three weeks suc-
eesively, to be completed three weeks before th.e es-
sioi of'isld court ; and that a copy of :'id petition
and this order be directed, and forsarded by mail, to
i .,:., i late ofOhii and
;.. .. I. t, .. postage paid,,
wiubin ten da stroat tlLis date.
Sio, S BaLDWna ,Iudge of ti 'r, i Court.
''o ci.iuply wilh-ilhe above order, anlid to give notice
to all l.y creditors to appear, if they see cause, at
said time ..i .i thkl notice L-.-a ..-' F ii,
fiDr. 1. I't L:'.. .s IL* .,1:1