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 25, 1818
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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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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'-i-i SP T.TO.R from this port bound to Wiminigton, N. C. a passage in it to Georgetown, They di u3ot Aiiugusn't last, at the hliouse of the prisoner, and ByJ1.Bck, Esq.-T e rocky coast of New- estingconversations, touching the prese:tand ilu
.Vi.-E- ORK 5'PECAC Q went aIhore on the night of the 6th inst. Dear take hhol of t!ie horse, although Cumiboad .b.nd the child dying; attributes his d.iath to England-may its invaders always find a Ston- ture probable condition of Chilt-.-, .. .,
TUr .XY TCJIBR 2vn *', 1 1 arla. vanced very near to his head; but one of th. the improper and unnecessary violence used ington. sentiments which the United -.it. 1,:; :, ....
TUES-DAY, IECE'IBER 22. Beauto't, Norh LaroMa. sailors told the boy they would not trouble binm, by the prisoner. By Jir. P. S. Symmes.-The era of good towards that country.
7 ;" Thdk.-- ilter from St. and he might drive on. James, in his deposiltii Cross Examined.-The practice of u-ing feelings-may we never mar its happiness by in the several interviews which Mr. Bland
fIh e 4ti of N. member to th di- fle Delaware has been ob- before the magistrate, said it was him who friction and some sort of unguent would be reviving the bitterness of party feuds. had with the supreme director, be represent-
.trtsofc2hiofovcmbertoc t or the last five or six ays. gave this order, as he conceived it would bea proper to relax contracted tendons if not pur- By .VN Wfright Esq.-Gentlemen, amid the ed to tln the good disposition which thle gov-
worof othe Norfolk ieacsn, mentions, that, on pitys o rob lthee mail, Ithereby breaking Ihe chaia sued too far. hardest of hard times, business stagnating eminent of the United States cherished to-
the 1st. of N ,vemnbr, the .Roylists tere in Th vessels which have cleared at Philadel- of correspondence throughout the Udon..' Witnes for the Prisoner. merchants trembling, your goods all aground ard the ause in which de t authey weorities of Chiled
posesio o1 rclona, Cumana, Valeina phia, during that time, have niot been able to Soon after the Mail had passed on, the ex- J.Irs. E. Brown, called again.-[Ier son's u the river, the ver Ohio turnin traitor to ad t hle inp which they wereiti engaged;l
'seitona, Cfaraccasela, Cuaand Porto Ca- proceed to sea, and several inward bound, pelted Traveller, mentioned above, rode up-- health had been feeble for some years before u, the banks all singing the dismal ditty, sil- America felt for the sufferings of those who
prv the s o p tu n and c. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ before e ba k all s thle sy apathy which the free citiaori_ ot N.rtt1
Vitcrin, Caracas, Laguia, and Poro Ca- they stopped him, and, :,.:. ,..r lr, io their ac- his death. ver and gold hwe we none, though suchli as we Amereca fen t for the sufferings n those who
vello; and that all the parts to the east of Cu. ae been detained bee.w o count, robbed him of 17 dollars- When, get- Willt-Stated to the court, that he wished have give we freely unto you ;"-amid such wefrom the yoke o; f l. i in the southern
r, p ,. mnna, were held by the P at ots dia if att, re.-The following letters are thi woods to their boat, pushed oilf, .r. I ull., i that the prisoner had performed cures in dis- Tnks, say Aw d can we find no e ? Yes part of t.i tA..t.:r a: c.i- t.. i, ; and poutray-
Another letter of the 2lth, of November, published in a Nashville paper of the 23th ilt. towards James Island. Ctinbrio :,,,..h I ., .. similar to that of the deceased, by imni, Gentlemen, the strength and the wealth of the edto him ,tr, l. -, .: r p. ,- Jeried from the
says, Itis believe bh some here,that there- Extracl ofa letterfronu Col. A to Col. Dui. went down to the 'erry, and informed that be lar means, went are still increasing, and the day will soon e blim u ..s
port of the arrival of Lord Cochrane at Mar-. Icr, dalcd had been robbed, as above stated, (carefully Paige-conlra-This is certainly inadmissi- come, when neither our money, nor our wis- to these ,inr e : atr i.. .. ,;ongross.
Saltogether a faiatin to excite l'r 1 1 coicealig, iowevcr, that hit had any ageoc bi; the charge in the indictment is specified do, nor our sword will pass atdiscount inay thathe was not inseasi.: i.. i ..i. I .
S hv bo.,otrrtf altogether a fabticaeoi to excte : aet to o hn- in t end robbed) and that the robbers and limited to this particular case alone. It quarter af the globe. Within the past year, of the 1. uit d .tat"t: itht i ,s.,. t. tl,:n..n
'e fears of .! fimation of the Major Gene al, the arrival of I.. i ,,l. across the harbor for the op- cannot avail the prisoner if lie has performed another member of our Union has sprung up a it.re In i frJe u,ar i i ,:dun a' ( ni,
F Trnid i --- n *i Capt. toyles, swilli his rangers, an the po- 1 -', I-..r .ras instantly ma- ... i- Asimilar treatment, in our bosom. I will th,,, f. y o
1,-o 7'nldad--The Boston Daily d- sit i h i,. ,, ,lt., ',,,, the ned, intowhich ih,,.,...r t. tr [,.u.1,,. .t,,i, ,,. (.r. ,( -.L.,,- I,'-,,,tony is irrelevant; we The newslale if llinots--O r young sister kr .u l '- If I ,I".. *: *n. rufi
vertiser mentions, that' :i '. I ,d..-* *, who Escambia ns d Yellow Water Swamps in the iabitnts of the ,11 jumped, ad oush.L ..... I ,,,, ...j to indulge the prisoner is welcome to our family. Like Minerva from -.l ,, ,q 'h r i ,- t th
,.,t from Ot iisi.oe, the C judged it bnst oil 0 hitirsui t bthefot'e ttey could over take !i i *, ',.. I.. ,. the head of Jove, sie has sprung into life in it ,e ,-su, np.-, nr was inauspicious br the
'inia, ifore', that it ,',n ,, o of the sable to stofipb i peeti tohn 1t pfa of t tt e they had landed on James Island ....- .aEron Wedder, sworn.-Testified that he li full maf tuiaty ofwidoe imso.. fubicr.,pmril th e great a of tat ion
T runtdaa, inform lhat ; ...i auc e, ,< h hoc ahatche, wettre hi destroyed f oh. new's fled into the bu.hes. After some tiars spent had a J .,..,, r whose Iueps had been con- gress f Pabd pee f te ptre sence of a can,
rca of all the Launches, whichc Town, and one their village, but neitiur of in the search, one of them, Daniel James, .,i *, .. .n or eight years; the pris- REPORT OF DEATHS rthat Mexo h ad be en ud elost by a congress ; that
tad for some thne infested I.,,. of Parsa) t[em appea red to have been very recent oc- l hiding place .. .. ,i _-.i ic by foecibly liedi n te the ciy of New-Yo, for te veek ending the conges ofenezu lost i-at c
sy the Patot squadron, and the rfpossossdon aed la s p d have not yet been taken. James inmmediate- operalion-she had previously been abando-u on Saturday, Dec. 19, 1818. try; and that luCus .vses had been endan.
.,f Guara and other ports situated in the Gulf, qcasntity of cr and bean ly charged (wuibo, who had also gone in tlhe d by regularly educated physicians as incura- iiu poipleT I en : : 14 ted, te latter had learnt to act roue in ot-
.lenitiul suplics of Cattle and Mules were I were consumed by his men. The captain has pursuing boat, with beg n acopce, and ble. Asthmr I Women: c: ; : 13 tedgtherterrlet
rrvg. pEvery account confirms the gene-i bro't with him i18 prisoners, man, women and i with having recommended the robbery of the James IFord, sworn.---His testimony was Consumption 13 Boys : : : 15 cert and with greater propriety.
ShiMail; and this was in part confirmed by the confined to the facts related pby the last wit- ConvulsAos 4 Girls : o : 11 The supreme director having intimated that
ttaal misery of the inhabitants of that devoted ch d en, iiken at ddree ri tlaCese, a ioi d dep spition oflthe Post-boy, whodescribed Cum- guess. D 'opsyi 2 it was expected the United States would re-
otry, and although changes were daily d io ,aCreekachhece bo as being disguised like the others, and of .dgnes Lockwood, sworn.--Testified that tr e hed 2i tl, 53 cognize the independence of Chile, and that
tkin place in favor of either one side or the From the information obtained from his pri- *ing evincedr so'e disposition to stop his the prisoner had attended to her son, whose Fever typhus 6 the Chileans would grant special favors, in
Si d nothi dciiv A nu- soners, Cp. Uyls is induced to believe tt trse. O his part, however, Cmbo dia- kes had been c contracted about three years; Gravel o woOM wa, commerce, to the nation, (and it would be
alost oldal the b oy they wo uldantctOtetbo ro b yhe prtsonei.tByt'tif ettiSgnitedivStatestts-asofeiod t1,
ote, it iic notg i there are a considerable u ber o hostile n- I c ed all iteio to participate in the rob- the method of cure was the same as that al- Hires 3 Of &under 1 year 1 gratifying if the United States should be the
ber Sf Bith oicers had arrti at J rrinida tI .Is,, tte S, Pa-itrs of Yetlo. w VaVer. He be' b ry''t, urd asserts that t',ya iad tnaad:m a prison- riady given in evidence; the prisoner did not Jaundice I Between 1 and 2 3 nation,) first making such recognition; Mr.
rrom the O -o a ,o, w ho left the Patri t w ill proceed ;n search nf th em tc- m ro v; 81"- fco I a ation of l he st i e 5 102 sion rea t a e n oaee inquiry as o t he m is posture
hi. ",i ster which tie i instructed t, turt his attenli ,n he did in the business. Isabella Priestly, sworn.--Testified, that 'otin ite rger -- 1 5 -10 2 sion was to makhe inquiry as to thi e true posture
y io t etran aat i- It thus appears that nothing but the timidi the prisoner performed an operation on her Meser --0 of affairs in Chile; that the United State
ia.l oil td Saat nk.-On fst the occrai ad vci v hi n ia on t e par-es conceded, prevented a rob- l.g, wicd ts contracted; his operation caus- Old Aeo. -i 30 -c t0 4 i wo" bet iaikiul for aty faoSa of the kidd,
s-Aj t :t a, .atm a er gs st iutv at Fort Dale hiv in vaiu sou-It af ier -- tury of t ,e min l, on this oc'c,-iou: .and. if we ed he most excruciating pain, and did not c- Peripneumom y I 40 50 7 but that they did not ask for them ; that all
t t. jct, aneit l ioe paper gisa i- .os, in his expedition ti the Liocta- are co rectl informed, there are frequeiint fedt a perfect ce. Rheumatism 1 -- 50 60 4 they desired was to be put on a footing with
meet, fi n .f ich the. following ;assages ar h- tche, -has dpiyed a consideraile share nof. bandsfdescrdoes iifesttinghat road, threat- The evidence being closed, his Honor Mr. Schrqfula, e r I -- 60 -70 5 other nations, and were willing to 'ely, as to
,o!tl:- ip-inv adaci, erii, abo udaductu;ae Tiellenoig and militidaingtravellers, and robbing Justice Yaaes addressed the jury in an able Stil ,r 3 -i-- 0l l-9 any' advantages in tcomin etee and tt avigadoN,
orh osns aortof o:e i?- i- _e-g ea-e ,o rec o:Tnend ie to the coni and pluarig- te ho.ises and planatons ii, and impressive charge. The Jury retired, Tabes lhesenterica 3 ---- 90 0oS the skill and industry of t heir merchants
f or ewrs ;t,.f o a si, i lea.'i; to reeiu.nr'- i-'iral nto the cor- that vicinity. It s to be hoped that the rest of and aflcr a few minutes returned with aver- lWhooping cough 2 ind seamen; that he had repaired to Santiago
lio-, -of s'toc, he sco.ts a. s, d Ot ,, i s active the a may be agreed, and brought to thte diet of GuLsta. Tot al, in order to procure, upon the spot, accurate
r share stock 2C nt thev so icly m'it. Cumbo and The sentence of the'court was-one year's Tota 53 knowledge of the country, of its institutions,
S d bytroti: at, e.-T o tln eDec. 21, 1s. th e government of pie United ittes only
herdisc,utsare per she ofstock ll0 t1 I i p,.te. e i t an aii From Ithe Schenetady Ctbinet of D ec. I /'rom to e Provue'nce Patriot. GEO. CUMING, City inspector. wished to see its way clearly, and would make
-- .1a t We r ish75't'rs re.) wods fillirritt, a 'r'i uh o hostile ltpols us. jr tuc natipison rterontedcus no improper use of this ifn; a

Son, ,0 tahtchlie I OCT. WOOD'S TIAL. In a fomibar Contrer, handed us by capt. RIED, o improper use of his information and that
av aei yt e io ha rs any particulars cotm[nicated to him from
A The Ira k of tthe U. States have itmnol t- 1, rep ri s tias t, h i htle tpah ist. ibe let hiir Court of Over and Termitner, hohe n in tund i i h e ose, l e hees piilalted irati to f t s the faollo weing A Ven teevn, t e q to lis s ars ManreLo Sih, auhwy m ih be hco nid red aIto i
cd seven m oIti s ofJollars in specie, atlaea- hials In .ct ,- elo Viater, ald, with ;, ol.tac-hb- i for the coitniVty of Schenectady, before iis atdi e as piel'no t to us the allowing A VANEstilEUVEL ras o ti sS A RRIS, thity might b e onsideed as COfdetiare
vy expea e. UprnIds of three tmiliHoo as h ve r en i 2, o rc ,c I o ,. iuti :i, in.o ',i'u ahr te r jut- er ro '. Justice Yi t rEs- Deceamber 2, o in eerost rL b the Dr o ths j st a the supreme di rectfr
bort of 1,1htate Iu ett ti rcliatbtedt,,fc c t, t mneitheiuTotthesetirtirtIbythus i-1. Dr. iiht-1 ., :gm.p ,
lota ,ttaied id a. c..... .; at New-York,a -charhi ti Riehards, 'is oa Mo ti p oasvs, Esq. to fthe .uCuare direc,' r.O i0 lg,,u., admitted
x OCtc 1 tNcSll Ii ti ll tAtt A -ut etA aS twc1- 9 ,.818jtre pu) atth t t eh tioa.nGee/ilItRock.r' t er sfth e g o i thirm ti o e ta t e r r, t r I &i-m o d es
,aid out to York .. .. to the posi- y u:r : rIh ail t hecl d an o d to at, nd Atte u i, I s s. l.J isdteaitor. C tumbri 's peef, or G add's R ock. oOLawre(ce, E q. t of this city. that the government of o,,t i- United orti
ute hoss of the bank stock ik holders, and near- kI bg f.-aii, 1iii.ii ing ,taiiy, a.,'d ,>. kig i ,i e illiam / Wta1 Tir ho named Cumbrian's Reef, or R that the governle t of i t United to S
Jya sh.ilar amou tat st n. Baltimi ore ha 3 ou ersi A lhu tgcie qu n l iy am n, ni, i The prisoner was a rraigned, and plteade! 1 pl o i l, is e o .. ridoubtful. D. Ross, D I E Di. :,.w l ,:tf in, igpin) ins regard to Southa
S e ir o Ce ru t an all tllir pFles, ite'dr Hr nli'o s h, ntds. to an in,,..I %I .,,1.w i. m i,,.,, a ar -..i veyor to i.t honorable East India Iiast night, or a lingPruing disease, whihd hea re .e mo al u I.i l.', l- 1't. 114ut d that hee
nol 7- one ila 'r o. Th.rcie roe tosi u ,i.;*m.n jat fr day, the i Ivi[,r bI nal-p, ,, ,., company, i" he Eastern Seas, having examn- with christain foftitmhde and resignation, ,IaMES s8aI- would C.u-,: .L, .,i 1ti.! I-,|-..,0eu to be made
b;'k oft'.e i .. I' (n e th d ie ln r suppoef h to a-yn oc asun,,: ,I ,. ,I, -I,' ,tie. I I i .I-, t 'I. ,b 9thi Ja'eary, 1818, he found it Naof ohfil ,-iofs a ster .ong e Co out i i..,cln.i i, f ,:, hl I, i.. J L,.. -th1,'ur ,
Sl, ... s t *I. I,1 I.-Si .. .. n h i n- .. p n, n d v r dan eous shoal about t rayr at r h 0 .--t i d* *.. ..g M r" "pOn E i' *w:" : lco.,t,," .fa m.ly'"Lik,11M i. rn: .
bu.t coti .p1 -oI...... 'e eat i .. ,, ; n i-; SI Thm,- 'y ,d ,lane oJm.i'sa.r .- tuated ipini the ioa Aamu.- tbu tAl t .ut It ,a reC .er, ,( rte li.t tiyofwit stre.
l mm ., ii'i 1 .iitt t.iu;g oni hr j ; 5,.iit i, al at it, prisontar was i. i. l 1 .d i n [lea. bo A ee middle o( tsoie roc Mttn \. d.ug 4.. n'ged 81, Whosrer of Mr. Jona- i h s a d ty been ci .
ear' ,. -. ..'. .' r te d ut- i ttd a t i t i lr-, o ,, lit, en s r w oe d lover agin si n eu royi lg lle i', o f Ed wemrd urow n, a ce ,ild N I. I -i -. le otg. E h. hro n u ltueh ih st ptrt At H lim ore, i. h F t, r. ,; D ,i I,.>e o mmDniieJ tmitt',um ree' r' _.r u r l, e, .,',

+ ti i James tiidleton, cc-'cut y ..m. tn, uhtt u.t let O'ss,..ti-n_' .b, ,',l ,t h si b uhto, .m tt;,;; Tobtti et Xtmttasituttut: ahd ",mortreh tr ii. umat It t',i *
,iard;sofonertitll i ..' lie) -in nims i 'reI ved a u '1It t r ebaill i ithl hiitd t, vead ihat said Eltrward had been nflliutd ,, son Harris, 2i, Editor of the York Gazette-in Geor latter tl en ,. r'. ,,eh t l, e r
(0 T ,'. -.. ,, 'h .n i ,' .- an ,i had one of i, dage, tnseiv wonder f; a c o n rut of" the iedinu s of his kne, s from ta. ed i, n .l .- 2 o-f V.l:..I. .,I li ."..,' h ili etolRte O RT On C e a- tI s Mr m a in the seizure ofAmd e l la sand aC d ng drtvm
/, j, ,. ,. ,i. ore) the ti t sig n le r '. as .to br aton-atu daf ,e 1 ,t a1 s ner to tle :, ,,, -,un*.- froB r ..Pad....,, .. Lieut. I la the b nt fre e bo t ers h an o
S rei mark. ,vtib we suspect ,rel mre m wait0 him sixteen pnos. e repn s cue rofsaid chthl -that ie attemptug thus, he CORI' n 21 those places were ndot the only armed vessel
corret tihan the above :- .3 the 13th, sec- to hae ,uie seven scalp a during the exp di- violently diistnd,.d the tendons of .is .... .. Covo, (Indiana) Nov s. whose officers and crews had interrupted te
.o, of the act ft ru: et.blishig thit bua k, l uans t i'r.ne rangers being very muth fatigued, I cu iseeth t te t O e rat lied. i i abt is12 o'clok, a party o nsen from '1cen- a 'miom iso rnanrive a lurrmtca h rut. taef aome of the rivatertscd it sin re-
.o the Uiteii States ,. -. .. .... ,.- 0, can- shae permit theln to rest a dfew day., la the To prove the in facis hie called Elizabet!h lcky entered a house in town, and carried HavIana, Ntov. 28.-Arr. ship Aun, Lincoln, New that sote of the privateerscruisiog uo erre-
'at be made by the bi,_k, nolesi previously meatn tune, I hope Capt. Bodies will be suili- Brown, the mother of the deceased, who was off a negro woman named Susan. This wo- I York, 10 days; brigs Sea Ihsland, >Whre.ler, do 11 ; gular Patriot commissions had conitted de-
ethoiied --o tdo- b aot espent alIact of cn- ci-nty recovered to resume .is command, i ni swnn and testified i arn ead entered security for her appearance eter ret
-ra u t th n i mf ca'itt ne midere order hi.'n'o toe t.'hocia- Tiat thie age of Edward Brown, her sou, at at the circuit Court to answer to the claim stf days -Iro 2,rr ti- ; ae d a brig from IPortlai ld trateic sfethepir, a aituiz r ;d thdt [heu fi
grs.. o-v str. th v, a p'i- hatche, ere, he of -inio. a party is con- the tne of his deth eas ten years and six a certain Mc. Stephens of Kenucky. This is Sailed, 2d, -1 ... government ship Ceres. (formi- do so even against te hilea hoee
s,n, so.ne a.ns to ilnraivhdials m-ay exceedi a c aled ,f flmiti 40 to 5I) ,va rior, who ni- rI- months ; tat hiis legs had been cmtracted for the second timune she iaes been kidnapped and ly there Itegtius, of N York.) and gov't schr Almiruni painful it iilt he to crush in th however a
amiisionm, anh manly such ioais be upwatrdes solved evter tc surrender, cont filing in the six yeai s and that, during tc al peni od he had : takeh at ay in vireation of the peace and dig- the- (formerly i he Chiasseor, of Balt) in s.earc of a r in mitc beton the m eea
at- ex 'eid Creturn of the Spailards, when they I been unable to walk. She aphlicd to the niyofthis state. This party was followed to Patrit bIg scir which hav ben off te Moro wing tmay beten the woeop
I i 'i nd """are suro ,f r dte tio a*ud supplies, and whlh prisoner some time in the month of Agust th Ohio river by a number of gentlemen from s enfrom t s, ant have be o ear toof eneits edto thembot t
:ta.nitti..g i t to be right, that ba1 s ;. -, ca,,, omnce their de'redaclo on our e last, and he assured her he was able to cure a this town, whcure i to e, so were well armed with rifles ; sie r the u f o b' is dtd t n knb ul
taokor le .v th 'iin f a e only ny inte .oe for se..e, neis. bis n a cti on, I dattr mIs- ber son. She arrived with her child at the and had they overtaken the party with the ne- Hte reT:LH e.ii 17-An I brti r Sallye, Crowet, O'liggins did not even kneow where Amea
l.ii, ate adsvautae !-cr, *n: other words, la ttttat f!C Cap1. -Boy lh-s t ill i ,aipoimint--ani render prTso.'s house, iu tue fourth ward of the city gr, fro n the determination of both, theremust ; s'Geriencedt a seve-.e gI on the 6th inst. wlieb avwept mi r. Bland explained the positions to him. He
'd h i,s oi or th .r. harmless long .i.re the pronoce is c- of nd nond- on iiunday--on Monday maor- inevitably have beeh bloodshed. It is high of 'the deck load and damned the u!l. ecidedly appoved Uf the coduet of te Pre
AT" !Ct' o~ind uitatieiautiItuuclStayi-midii llr-ti'paitheetob-ofduridediapproeasdohataloaadu.DeottI-ArcI-etar
ta tuo a i vac a n, .... the prisoner commenced the time there was an end put to such outrages on CHARLESTON, Dec 4.-.rr. French ship La s' g off the plates .
nly uisT ah. ei bneituGl their public character ; c:-.inot close this communication wilout operation .bout nine o'clock, by seating the the pece of society. Cbarisse, Reydell.t, ePoint Petre, Guad 202m days. i asten ih oai to i tu pira esee T te t.o:
,cr phiv tspo.e s;,eai.rot stii laltimore ,. acs agaui calling yur st nuon to ,e meritori child tm oue ch:,r and plactg his feet in auo- I- l'r h:tlatie 'Baiey, Mad ira, 3 days, n f t in e ot crom iptati
to hamu-e a mitb.h gr-iter dis-tcumt than .ts.i conduicti o Capt. .u l tes. In zeal, aetivi other, and thee seating himself, witb his whole CINcirNAT Dc. 5. belonging to the s.hip e in, of Bo on.__-; acouln at an injurious nature e ha d heard of outre
.u ( I-et ii it susbewted trt ie ty, and pctsevera te, ie is surpassed by no weight, on the child's kinees. This was re- F ialuabled iscovery.-Ti o wells have been Madeira. Left ship Pekin, Cameiori, from C'adia, es committed by private arm-ed vessels sai
.t.g,. io ( '0 'tml it hl seuspected that hue ,pai'tiza: I havI a.vere kiiwn. I have, &c. &c. pleated four or five times in the course of the sunk on the farm of imr. Demting, iu Medi- condemned amd sold; scr Hira', Coi, with salt, ing ader se of the independent flags e
i -s asli, heavy da-,u.:u at other places! Hee fLL, A A; is NG, Col. 5th inf. day. The prisoner Juring the afternoon was na county. (tOhio) about .0 miles from Cleve- ir Natucketsr a southern port in 2 day; brig (-eo. aouth irne,'ca ; but 1a t whate1er bgi
the s'ubscri;tins to "the bank, vol. X, p. 381- M.iaj. Gen. A. JA.tcso, much intoxicated. The caird during each op- land, one of whmch affords, from five to ten Was!sitoni. IHarrett, from lilboa for Nantiuket in a ou 'ramrica but tht. whatever ngh
b; which, ,ad.. ienUg thiU at i s m uch stock is Comm ending D iveti on of the South. erat.on, in an agony of pain, begged the pris- gallons of Seneca oil, per da'y, the other a cls p O th. iun s'dut Fay ts snad Nark out he r b ut-ad tberoeh the y eit.a ionsof the ve els acttal g
ld i ,, city as wm subscribed o or Christ's sakei to bve mercy o him. laIe quantity of water highly impregnated umselia, tbs. sailed if do. 2.th, hound to or of the kind could justly be brought against te
e uI Cpt .i arplo n u ion se-c.) ihe wiu, several other persons who were pies- with s.t. I-daaux to touch attt LiAshon with pa-Inigers. An En- C'hil.eans; tio s t i ie iin, action a l
;or, which i very imp obabt e indeed, aad ti e ro t Ci.a l.!,, Courier. Dec. t1. ir,ated the prisoner to desist in vain, he At a celebration at Cincinnati, y the New lih .qin ladronl cosistling f, 3 fiiates, I uolop of wari _l. I 'n i it ea u .. d ty' lately
3anao! tiercof, v tre r.leof!thee, is appli- Highwaiy Robber/.-/uoiiomN C'imo and conunued until )Danici Bovce, a neighbour of England emigrants,on Thursday time l th ult. I stIore ship, and I lar: Idia ship, arrived at ttoadei e f,' fa 'd 'm et tm ch t r r ay tltey

lar ial.t tw'e ong'it to have Cbut fi.ae, instead having conslted a roibe l on tie high.-v.ay 0 thedom door. of Ih h, I. ,1, ..m.. the tolhrwing vecy f6oe and sea. amid by placung s'i Ibl.: ,"i r-p ,.in ,l.'- I-.
. cig/i tmiiaio(.s 'aconr:o..;edatt;ist]" near thih ,i'-. ..i lthe road leading to George- Cross examnineal by M. Willett, Esq. of appropriate senatiments were dranik. BOS7TO, Dec. 1. -D \rr. h-rg Alexander, Rob- ots buoar.l 8' l. ,.. iin .,'. m .- ..
i wn. ,. i ..J ', having conspired together, counsel for 'thep prisioner.-She applied to the I. T1he /tnding'i at P'irnoitth,-Onu eacli ce- helier, efrol f liverpool, via 'Tho a c-ti.n, sat, crrull 'es o f.i .! ,awr n,. .... 'by t hat
iney corner .. I.,. --The Balti- with others, in an attempt o rob the U. States prisoner for advice; somtim during i bration of this event, the sons o'New Eng- d red earth pokeNo. -20 lt 37 3.o;5, by a
tmnor Patuiot.of Tuesday, contains oM o this ral i Thm '. mt.. .- are the tiariculars, as winter he had purchased and used -. a,., ;and rtew utheirsolemn pledge, that our land s\ip bthios. of Bustorn, 4 ys rom aN eorb ao, ir oeaf i o o s.i
thiv came out on th e e,-,ni.uton, iiti te O, tet, i "% I without te 'edt, so f rae t ine-m sall le r JdmiwWiro. 23 lat 38t.25, loh i 6, 5(igl ship eec2a In oneof th courseations wtic-ie oot ,a accae
sSject, a letter from I Whhfashingto o D Ton y-'rpool 0 l 5ae .ie.i" o l e ci a ,n ..... ... b'. t. i.at .oTe3
object, a hatter fri ashiuon, ft h f i t appearedU tat frnir ttn, o' tlht, names of bofbrethoe chuld w taboo o the prisoner's t Whiln theo arme boarsaiplant, or (helsea usn'ai..,ti eeatt ...." ....apli, ,tt'tmr-
n>5t. from li1ch- ,.- '.i ,m. irs il-,:,.,t.,^ :- idutieml J,M.ues, Jo/n 1/liaueitda, Jnd Ji'-----, house. lh'e child dvas s upoied to hbe iucuun'>- ii-ti- its ttaes.'. o:rkce LDAioo ioie-t he rims ... .... .. .,u _. -I -hei t
Shave coniversed with most of tbe Senat se amen, and l---. t!, a jeweller by trade, ble by other physicians. The prisoner assu- 2. The I'rtoesoflhe i leiolutinm- taOM ittioi A.OAL REGiTos ,.. r .t ; in. -
anRd II -11.. I m t u .. i !..l....c i' to interfere left thi tl' earelyon Frl'dy evenig, in a red her he could elect a cure without giving ... I i-.i innpon evil day, BtAND'S- 'KEIORT CONCERNING CILE. Mr. SuL..S- ii ., ... t, Sates
in th .Mone Conce,, of he lion. They ,e ar tatdtt es onllieb'c h child p Afk et ohe first operation 'oo itt hl The riders of the Natio rI sister have al- from tht t d- ; i ts
atthbute the -re sent embarrassments to the oiat, and Ief h raer ;crossing over, through the and did r refuse to have theu operation re- o- nantis flse.'iRad mr' ealyim a f mIi. irtwllse etve tsoh h i'.n Itive upt ini .l. ,a be'et i t rt h,
over-trading o0 the merchants-to tlhe Bantks osods, to ilh N therntt poist oad. Having peated. ; rom the representations of the pris- 3. Our ancestors--They left Europe lot situation ol Buenos Ayrs and tlhe Uite. l auind- fluncjd the It,-, .. ".
having discoonied too I ..-,l .'..i.ra crea- Ce i, thy distcused themselves, by onet and relying on h is skill, she entrusted freedom-let their soas be liberal aud philan- dependent rovi'm esof La Plata. ,Mr. lit, has terpose for tbh adjustment of di ire as be.
:ein dsc~ote too g e is.... ofspr', ou p r- re malg mhein laces w th gutpoidr, arnd the eltiel to his care, and not with a viewthat thropie. 1I/il Columbia. also made an Outfcial statement respecting the twcen hei 'arni hor colonie-s; ::td thit the ptat
_too -gr-;at emission of rious paper in ha giiEg m uss ru ir inhays'u, wh ih ng it sind be made the subject of experiment. 4. Intt'ne/ Improvements-'h'nseny sources name province t< better with a report concern- of ado u stment ;tas tot ba e. like ut-
'tlse shape of bank n.otes-which they believe duown over their faces. Soon after they arriv- When the prisoner was requested to desist of naUtiual strength and opulence. ing Chile and uis mis-ion thither, which the Pre- whicit a bec fotmcerly, reached 6
d ai correct iself.t the roa, Solomon Cu'mbo, who had been from his violence by those present, he replied, Lfe let us cherish. ident coinuuuicated to Congress on the I5th Cortes, and might be attJ in w'erkt th hard
tl rourrct itself, To .,t le an attempt in dor w n to mrnket, cate nl ti: t they silped ie nd eif youall will bui docborst', I mst give it up,'" 5. Lierstt'iue and Sciui-- ti ,tutitt .d
. f.a. t,,i anu ftail iso uld La do-if g an injury robbob d him u, f a bo t ; dh dollars. D auing H aai an a 1 m ust co t iie the O e ti n "iIn h Si Cer of n lided ru b Cia n .e n enabled ti>a- teicuirt in o- eun piieae tt *y '. o t tiim ro
bos mut/uag. uci't b1 done, qnd tf/i sooner -ac, Cl, mbo'tt house took ff'ight, ant ran back -.in, t- or fail it tile cure." The prisomur's 7/re stste ef Chio- ay the ferility of tAce ut.o hi iat5threm te' lar Its of ti -,L._ ",uti..s i .Sp t. it A "merica. -
rblt' shae vo it ue bhnr. Yru aure er the ftry, leaving o with the robberse-- treatment of the child was more cruel after her so be equa, d by the public sp'it of er ht ri wih 't ,fe hm I rt -it a re, s :o truthA of the :. :'.
appili ed of iti apportunits of judging in this if thim evidence of D tue Jaues is to he relmie Gerh't-de Vain /ctt/anken was called and 7. T,1te i -, "idneGrdi-'s hIe h rc- fi it i msit, s hti i' '., Ise a ow tine pe asr e c n, thainte d the r succ, iouf Setaitl.
i- .tsi mu and therelare Cad duly appreciate upoi, who was admitted as States' evidence. swttorn.-She teauficd thatshe wai hrt.et dE- deiaitner iinctitutious in l heato the of losing b,,tentir oicr ie atp e ..- o- AIaur e it's l ; bu. t sior tty fhcmer, mic.. t pa.'.a
:e po iLve tan rter ia which I speak. C uvtrnbo joined them in eating and drinking riing the operation, mentionS h bsy Mri'tls. ro w ien, w I l a/to shinate n 's .Mrat iea rri e. h lls h, it sg-b m !ur retiaus'oeleH it .a-ti-.Aeiu a-ny, 1 ti sn ilty at.r eeii soid wi t
Sotsh ith nt0rluih dtothe iiImfComdur v)eigI and propo-e to temm that and co indi'ded with her as to the facts already 'he American Fatdotmr. suati oid'Astrut ctil fr, m tme t'OesidenttM left by lhtT cotRuetriaed, It it; b or le had ses captud.,
ve ,3ilutplt law xgainspcgrootud. 1ahuope ti o thesyold ac-'ly thlemail, whiLh wouhtpass gieninevidence. ht'i/hyu com e touthe boCh r. His ollafut'ies, ] r.loIe). cli nd t'. irat1:u roat heir:ils,eof tj Brtiui tr igat e Aucpmdre;:~c,
'ap,,' ei\c_, i fti bax t te a>ee s to brimi g that spot abu t 7 c'k nm'ext moniing, alnd G' Clross uamtiM/Nd-T'i he prisoner had cured 1 /,/hte I'President.- flhe AJnerncaui 1".t.-- IH-m.neos ArCre ; wthe i the ir 5t h of Al, y1t, ieai::g., who told him a.,dat he t ald in hs"is Us.
) it, re l the '.u e in u ,)b "- ,le tt o then at le same tnn e, 0tlat the nisle of the witness, which had been dis- leaven's last best gift. I!, he departied .r C.ii, rnt!, o the ti of : r.so e,,r. Imet su Ie, i'b i te
co,,ltry. iao'u/t in. titutions ought to be ae left a travel r at the LFerr, y-louso, who h:cated some time, Ib a violent operation it H'y Col. .e o.-Our 'ancestors, who led .I the the ami mot, carried t g eidofi l the J 'was i Lunia i Pe ,ri. ', Niin r.
Sto the aw as wel am individuals." e I aIni e t early i go hse mm ing, and who was. however, loss violent than that practised wa y to this cautry-may we be prompt to tu ji f aterL side -c ti'E ,d. hhv, t-acile.l, ly other ema:ked tlt l tteitt ptli ti :citut.
S tot a_ idi a." i a cotsiterable sm omtoney with himi, of on the child, low their [uole eaummph'le, the wny of the po-t rc.', ;..ta o nc out 9(0 the oth lA:net cas, srort of the ackel.,
T,'.' ri. Governor Ip.ins, Capt. Adams, teh ,...th*eyii ht, l eaty mcome possessed.-- I.Vi let-here addressed the court, and in- UF ,,aj. Basm.--Thl, city of C;,cinnli. miles 1c M1.i o t! a e 2th Apiii, Im, met i' their idemi de ,e w.'la d bal

. ; anaeosra m0hAde Pro-.ce, R. ,. hadtdone, ah S | ^1 be lt e return to ,': ,,..
lie.i.f...-tm.im ce asmeotnrs ystdtat t spprtM ae i tin 1w Ati t ob lahrit be fadeas htLfused thraghntut the hritunth tf yhou
ar'. aa t tii t, l Iuad hi t) r v i ei re, P 1. h rt]du e, und decora eid hus hu ead with oss, im ent, thie me m u ttbe som e p o'cu ft shis tm tt 1 i es. At thimr ut''te I 1 -sa, dmeIQ- t hjioeau-eaut oh rndw t.
tlh a ful cargo fct toui, .nwas Ariven as rc hen the mal came ailog ji thie morning, in the prisoner had acted nl o animo, or with an D. K. E te, Esq -May we be grmatefui I. lha lps, r bo'ut i' it30 miles. At, lue i this atter p a r overu t d l. '
-ctyri a's rest, i a. n to We sul i byi lad f 15 or Id years ohl evil intent. fm for the bfesi s of iint lid n. Iria rri t sereary i tte thi ,el i' wo t b t.
oi ref, in snow o, c W they all Wenrt out intoIthe road and stopped the Court.--lIt is Eu,.Becessay f te timhe anc Bt soc G m sucet L .- ,thdouhhe' a o0 Bm ue i the h' ei Iafo hr r-l
.'asday ast. fU t f her crgu o as saved. I ho, ,akimng some in iries of himtbow soon nao xistedth Im me wult d be m nr : By Ia e of aberty ew-E land t n a, iat ,viw ith no l inrdo O'li- i.ied ihe i iti c lim t o h t
the lwagc homi Chailelln m m h expected J)oc. Duiu L w, ealt d ta lm n- fe j.e c d lu.io o I;rc omtot hs itese o : <,h i tlii i t ui r'ic ,i e d of Cihalt tIC wa te-, ft tiee diuteciO 1tr a i5- c him, l.kU ..7
rg Susa C pt. a l, g. .. .-. 1,-. -eredcs o s f:,f, i.,, .was caP led .to VOis tLhe child on the 10th day oci )ave c c S tu defend It .n .i t ha. t d e,, as- -t e- i .t *w i *

to '.( il "i.. : ,, n : ..i i dij si0
1.'r UL l r >. i', ,r .h:ir!,.''!I related.
.,a l th .f I ,-. l' i.n ] i,., .-. .j,
.J,: ..1 theI. 1 h lie arrived at Valparaiso
,indontho ;.'. .I :, .: ailedthl ence :, .'. d,-
America, ':" 1i I ..... Ilea, an o .n,..1, tl
the way of Cap.. II.. Philadelphlia, on thi
29th October, P-.1,.
Tint. ui'r *i'., r j 'Ir. Bland's communication!
with the Supreme Director forms but a snall
ytortion of his Report concerning Chile. ie
furnishes in addition a very copious description
of that region of our hemisphere, in which he
now and then, Ita his ifancy get the better of hi
judgment. But from the mass of pages whicl
he has written, circumstances of a highly inter-
esting complexion may be selected,
From Mr. Bland's account it would seem thal
*Chile is a country, (excluding the Magellanic
Tract, or New (Critl-, .-. f'about 1000 miles in ex-
tent on the seacoast ; that it has many excellent
ports convenient for foreign trade ; that it is a
country fruitful in grain, wine and oil, and pro.
iJ,: hin. .. 1i, hver, copper, and tin :-that it i,
Jr in, -i! t,L th.. granary of that part of the
worldl; that its population is about 1,200,000
souls ; that 800,000 of these are under the domin-
ion el tn,. I'. tr,.:-., the remainder being under
.h: luri'.ict'. :. i 1' itb hi-: j iiii ; that there are
:.L..:.ut ..1.1 I.'l.,n ... a- Ail Chile ; and but
er)y f,.w .. .:.i tlire .fri-ii race. All the
snecha.,, io ,t1: ri, ritnillie.' are in a rude
state, .ai'1 ti.n r.i- ad .n I i'''il .. ,v; ina neglected
condition. The principal articles of export are
'he metals already mentioned, together with
wheat, flour, hemp, cordage, hides, tallow, jerk-
ed beef, v-u.-niri, ,'>i C, chinchilla skins, figs,
raisins, L .. 4.:1 -l ,i.,.i, '. If dollars worth ot
imports in the course of the last year, two
millions in value were from ri. : .1, one from
the United States, and one from Huenos Ayres.
The articles furnished from the United States
are chiefly tobacco, windsor chairs, saddlery,
and furniture. Of European commodities,
ir. Bland thinks the manufacturesof France and
Germany are preferred. The stocks of cattle
are numerous and fine; the horses are active,
spirited, serviceable and cheap ; but the mules
are the common beasts of burden. The soil and
climate ol'f Chile are different in different places ;
from the Straits of Chacao to the river Biobio, it
is woody, fertile and salubrious, and is inhabited
by the Arancanians,or natives ; from the Biobio
to the River Maule, the country is the same, but
HIe pop t ,, .-. ,. i .li. ule to the
Aconco. I"', .. II .- i. I. ... ., .' s: front thc
S11,~ '.i .l \, -... llr us.. i ... n... 'presents it-
-:11, 'n.. h : i ir, I, i '_ i l.: :.a ace ; after
bhth. i. 1). -. .cary desertofAtacama,
0i i'- ._I ..t n!.: i .t extentt affords a protec-
'.. ,. 0. ti,I.. -. a. ..i i any invasion by land
irom Peru. From the Straits ol Chacao to the
ri '. "l..i1:i it .i *i my season ; at Santiago de
C rJi i,.-,: ,i ,'.....' I. 7 months in the year
and beyond Capiapo rains arc'i I : ..' 1 -
Mr. Bland divides the country into two re-
gions-the one variable and humnid, and the
other invariable and dry. Puel, in roine parts,
is scarce; but it is said there is plenty of pit-
coal on the banks of the Biobio, nea CConcep-
tion. Tlhe Arclhli, 1. of Ancid, or Chiloe,
contains forty-seven Islands : It is a consider-
able fishery, and will be a unrsery for seamen
There are only three carriage roads in all Chi-
le. The fertile part of the soil is situated in
valleys, surrounded, for the most part, by hills
and mountains; and the inhabitants of these
valleys communicate with each other princi-
pally by mule paths. Mr. Bland describes
the people generally as being mild, amian
tIe, brave, and uninformed." Santiago is the
:3api-l, aid contains about 40,000 souls. The
royalists have possession of Penco, and a con-
...sea,'le d.itniL: Iu,; '1 L inception, which is
h'e: ;r.uii'gl''J iiI' r mnu, also, Valdivia
I.-'. e- 1.r C .i I p ziz,.'! iriayf at a mediuni,
1in[ TIr. Ti:arri id NMr. Bland differ on this
i'. a.bo.t .-..iUJ strong; 2000 of which are
negroesifrom Buenos Ayres; there are no Chil-
;.-L t 'e ni ;, ln'j oC'V.i, .v',i the rank of
S. r iun W ,ti. iLe i xc t liin ,A i i' t ,' ins who is
U-n,.it-r amnd,.r su1 ii.i,,![,u c'..1i-Raymon
Freycre. The navy consists of but 3 or 4 indil-
ferent vessels ; but would be increased by tihe
ad-ition of twonew ships of w:ar, to be cal-
led San a1lartia and Chacabuco, built at New
York, and for which purpose Messrs. Aguirre
and Gomez were, a co-i-iderable timune since,
sent to the U united States from Buenos Ayres
with money. A superior naval force is india-
pensable to enable the Chileans to invade
Panr, for the desert of Atacama prevents them
from marching thither by land. The Chii-
leans have no seamen of their own.
The revenue of the government in Chile is
derived from duties on imports and exports ;
from an excise which is laid upon almost eve-
ry .., that's sold, from a direct -ax, the
l., iI.. -.a f .-lr., ( a l l.l .r ,. .c .m .r the
l ,V ;'. 'l Ii' J s-.j .In: id 1t Lt ilthes, for-
i' L.. u t nj l ..' ,tnl%. ..,lini a i contri-
.Otl I l .n O .,.. li.J 1:., .,f the <:-
in .,' e A, hr e .I -l S i A i. fh, -Unillcers of
the ,aiLni ..,nid Ii.. jini, J' of the commercial
coUAl .,' .. i. ulni salaries, and a du-
ty is imposed on merchandise to conmpuasate
tbinhem.; in addition, traders quicken tieir ex-
ertions by presents or bribes. There ar6
10,000 mniiks and nuns in tie country. The
church holds one third of the lauded property
of t: e state. The ciiurch lands are farmed
out to tenants, who let them again to under-
tenants, and these last work then with slaves :
thus three sets of idlers are supported upon
ie pr.iduct of tile industry of the laboring
ciass. Ia addition to theirlaaded estates, tie r.o
ligious inusitutits have what are called their
census, or money lent out at an interest of five
per cent per anonum, to the amount of ten mil-
lions of dollars. Besides their 'share of the
tythes, which the stale still per its then to
draw, the fruit, which yield to each curate between two
and three lhunndred duliars per annum.
The go; .i.en,, i.': .," ( i.,in.,, it seems, is nee-
dy, aind ibs imade some progress towards lay-
sing haida on the enormous property of tlhe
t'n :..- I,. Ji .i iii.'i.iirn monks or nuns, ac-
cording I. ',h. 'i'. ..i. ..,e treated willth much
ceredon, n .... i the former have been
turned out of their d.._n,- ) i .> I. which
have bnca occupied for military purposes ; and
some of thni5U have been tried for treasonable
The ..-. ii .,L I .:. I ,.. r,.i;:,_ part oftlie
report t i.tthtt wichi gives tie liistory of the
Chileai revolution and (he change of parties
among the Patriots. There have, it appears,
been two powerful factions in that coun-
try of the revolutiinists themselves. At tie
head of one were the Carrerss; thie Larraius
liirmed the other, with O'liiggins at their head.
At the beginning of tine contest for indepen-
d-ocei, t1e Carrnra t",ctiui prevailed, ih
waini een, lhosever, this pal ty did not imsn-
age nutisirsin a judicious manner: for, at (tie
battle of hancagua, against thle royalists,
f. ur'it on tile'2dil of October, 1814, tie l'aii i~ls
were entirely defeated, and filed over thie An-
'es.. '-'hi y were rolled ats Pieidoza by .s'
sMartin, wir identified himself with the Lar-

rain facf ion, and having obtaiacsl a reinforce-
inent of 2,000 negroes from tbueoos Ayras,
crosvied the mountaios, and, on the 12tl of
c'...... .. .' -. iou.. I t.i. batde of Chacabu-.

co, defeated the rr,'ylns, and took their corn- gencor, is noticing thelate trials in B 'i,;n.u, I- ira. t,'er CrinsLZ" n O 'E e. -..C r A. q ,an, e i ie ... i.r ii <'niAi p,,ti ..n '
wander Mlarco F:-rioner. "fl:i- my be called pertinently remarks--" The i, .[ ci..,, which took place soont] afi apple-donlininwgs, and ohhknn 'slii;.n:c',e>-aac-s
the second epoci of the revolution in Cuih..-- ter the capture of Pensacola is ,'.---, by co,rplib!rne.t whir.i is 't iie smallest source
The Carrera party was, of course, put down, Baltimore, on charges of piracy, &c. it ap- ,, .e f-i have put to mhaiaJ our own relations of dmi stick felicity. One of the young ladies
and the Larrains, with O'Higgins as chief, pears have ended; and, although it is as noto- of isrrmr with America. Two Englishrmun; lilkewisc. makes it known. for tIeo informrination
confirmed themselves in power by the victory rious as noon day, that extensive depredations of the names of Arbuthnot and Ambrister, of' uch as nay wish to apply, that tihe young
of ayu, obtained on the 5thof April, 1818, have been made from that port on foreignom were seized by General Jackson, and subject- gentlemen desirous of gaining her actions,
with te particulars of which the reader is noportoforeigu ed to a military trial, on the charge of hlanviag must reside in the country, and be entirely
doubt well acquainted. It is greatly to the merce-on the commerce of friendly nations, instigated the Indians in that neighborhood to dis-inmi!art in lisconversation to the frivolity of
dishonor of the Larrains that they seized this of course, for we are at war with no nation- acts of hostility against the subjects of thie 0 our own dandiui sasagreeable in his manners
moment of success to put to death two of the though the privateers lie at the wharves united States. The particulars of the trial hove ai correspondent circumstances will admit-
most distinguished of the Carreras. They ot transpired. It is only known that it was wilt; a proportionate fundof good sense-and
were sacrificed under judicial forms, and on and the specie brought in by them is openly brief, and ended in the condemnation to death, an adept in the art of sowing potatoes, plant-
the pretext of treason. Their execution was stored it the vaults of the Banks-the Grand and the almost immediate execution of the un- inug beans, &c.
a foul and bloody murder, to gratify the ven- Jury for the District of Maryland, diligently happy individuals.It would be altogether rash The other young lady will accept of a gen-
geance of the reigning faction d earnestly en into the facts, to pronounce upon the political character of teel fop-of handsome person-head well stor-
The closest intimacy subsists between the ud earnestly enquiring into the facts, have this proceeding until all the facts of the cause ed with small-talk (good sense not requisite,)
governments of Chile and Buenos Ayres. -O'- not been able to identify those who thus of- are known. At the same time, it seems, un- and no questions asked on important subjects.
Higgins told Mr. Bland, that there was nothl- fended against the laws, and implicate the der all its circumstances, to involve a very Young gentlemen possesed of the above qual-
ing which Buenos Ayres could ask of Chile character of their country. This is to e pre unnecessary stretch ofseverity,aud something ifications, and wishing to engage in thieconu-
that would not be granted; and that Buenos rather of wanton cruelty, on the part of the Ameri- bial state, by addressing a line, thro' the me-
Ayres would act in like manner towards Chile. sumed, since none have been convicted, can General; and this, indeed, seems to be diumrn of the post office, to Q, will meet with
All the inhabitants of Buenos Ayres are natu- "1Wedo not know how exactly to express the impression, not in this country only, but if the most prompt attention.
realized citizens of Chile. The supreme di- our feelings on this occasion. Pleased at find- we may judge from the American journals,
rector, by way ofcharacterizin the intimacy, throughout a great part of the United States. rFROM THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER.
said they wereofchas two araoterizingtheintimaey, o ing the accused innocent, we are yet sorry If the act wasin itself unjustifiable, according Weare highly gratified to learn from the
said they were as two bodies actuated by one
soul. Mr. Bland thinks, however, that this the guilty are not detected. We are, in a to the received law of nations, we trust the A- message of the Governor of Maryland to the
connexion is to the disadvantage of the Chile- word, not among those who think there is no merican Government will have the virtue and Legislature, that the Bank Road, as it is usu-
ans, and conceivesthiatit will not be lasting.' tb itmian iiiailu ,~ disavow it, and thus to pre- ally called, has, the whole of it, extendirngfrom
Under the faction of the Carreras, at the wrong in the system of privateeing on the vent the breach 'of friendly intercourse be- tile west bank of t tiConococheague to Cum-
commencement of the revolution, the press, private property of those with whom our ua- tween thie two countries. berland, been le .et ir n -r.nall contracts of one,
for the first time, was introduced into Chi- tionis at peace. By our laws thle act is con- -- two,jor three ,o!- :ti, ictu.,[ workmen or con-
le. Before that period all books and pa- tituted a crime: morally, we consider the Great Western CanaL.-The middle section tractors, who are all bound to complete, their
pers, prior to their entrance into the country, pa- tituted a crime orall, we consider the ofthis canal, says the Utica Gazette, is in contracts by the month of December, 1820.-
were inspected and approved by the oly in-untry, offence quite as great as the laws have decla- nearly as great forwardness as that of the This is a muot important link in our chain of
quisition in Spain or at Lima. The name of redit; and, consequently, we do not regard its f.-i:irii anud it is expected that it will be comuninnication with the western states, which
the first paper was the Aurora. It was print- impunity without serious apprehension. Al- completed before the close of another season, we are delighted to bear wil be sood com-
ed weekly, at a printing office sent from New- This section extends from Utica to Seneca pleted. A road Merorn Pockville to Williams-
edork, and managed by three citizens of the ready pirates of every nation, and of every river, a distance of nearly 90 miles. and in its port only i. now wanting, to connect with the
U.States. It was edited by Camilla Henriquez, hue, swarm on the ocean, mingle among those whole course has but one set of locks, and seat of government, by a turnpike road, tihe
now of Buenos Ayres. The opposite party cruizers regularly commissioned by the inde- those at Salina, 60 miles west of Utica.--tlb. whole western country.
also published a paper, which they called the pendent governments, and depredate indiscri- Daily A.dvertiser. FOREIGN COINS.
Aurora. It was edited by Irisarri. At this RE a.POT TO CONaGoESS, OF.ASSAYS.
time there are are four weekly papers issued at minately on the vessels of all nations, escaping PLarTTrsuasG, Dec. 12. .AoiitutOthe O
Santiago : and none are published any where detection from being able to confound them- Much damage was done in this section of It of nited es,
tile country, by the severe southerly wind on 5thDecembcr, 1813.
else in Chile; their names are,The Ministe- selves with those of all tongues, and from all thunday last We sear fom ali parts of t Si.-Agreeably to the general directions
rial Gazette, which is the acknowledged pa- countries, who rightfully bear the Patriot flag, Sunday last. We bar fron allparts ofecontained inu our letter t f the 20th of January
per of the government: El Argos, El Duende,and Essex county of baris and sheds unioofed,
andElISol. They are all printed at the same having commissions from the independent gov- and offences and timber blown down. We st. 1have aused asa tbe md of the
press ; and edited by clerks and officers of the ernments. have been informed that te road from Bos- everad species ofin the Unld State iler by an act
government. Two other printing presses had Thetime is past when these sentiments north's in Chesterfield to M'Neil's Fery', is of e ressn, paed tne it ofApril, b 1.ct
been carried thither for sale ; but they were Thete en thse sentiments literally- blocked up with fallen trees; and the tb ofAril, 110
not saleable articles. Newspapers and pam- cannot be expressed, without subjecting :n'm that in many places timo path of the hurricane le result f the sayej' repot, ia as fel-
phlets are conveyed free ofpostageand books who utters them to the imputation of enmity may be traced by tie almost indiscriminate te d oins of Great Britai, made of ca. grs.
are imported free ofcduty. proistiation ofextesive gve of timber. e 22 0
Thereademay recollect that, after to the patriot cause It is now well understood, have not heard of any disasters on the water, Ditto ditt i) 0
:battle of Maypu,ihe viceroy of Peru was de- that the cause of the patriots derives no aid although there were some hair breadth esC-- Do. of Portug.al, .. blnreley 22 0
sirous of effecting an exchange of prisoners, from these enterprises, arid that our vna nrn.e- *-...s. Numbers of fish were thrown upon Do. ofm i'raince, h datto (XX francs) 21 2 38
and sent, on board the United States' sloop of merce suffers materially from t.I [.iraci.s for the. beach by tned urf, and wion tnle waltis of pa ade itto 2. 0 3 1.0
war Ontario, captain Biddle, (from Lima, an which they afford a pretence." remained on dry land. s pieci (c, ) 10 13
officer to Valparaiso and Santiago for the pur- BA v, N. Y. Dec Ditto Deltu c(V ft1aoc 10 1h (lu
'os. It turned .out, however, on inveostig- The Parliament of Upper Canada has been Fire.-Sunday morning last, the. clotlhie. s roi the above it appears-
lean prisoners; those which they formerly had, prorogued until the 2d of May next. .mnoi,- works and carding machine belonging to Mr, 1. T as tie gold coms of Great Britain
having been confined in one of the islands of the acts passed at their recent Session, is one Simeon R. lazier of arsaw, took e a ad f of tea qity with a
tile Archiplaon of Chiln re rld by wasconsumed, together within a consideriablh: those of i .e United States, their intritileC Val-
the Amripelago of Chitof, wee released by. to regulate the Trade by land and inland navi- quantity of cloth, mostly belonging tocustom- ue will be at the rate of 100 cns for 27
The Patriots, on the contrary, had about 8,000 nation, between that Province and thelUnited ers. The upper part of the building was oc- grain, a is re.uiated by law.
Tile Patriots, on the contrar haddlb'2.ker's ',l 2. t tri uoot
Royalists prisoners; and were willing they States of America, cupied as a cabinet-maker's shop ani a con- of ce, will at She rate of 100 cents 27
should be exchanged for any prisoners which The following are a few of the articles enu- siumerae quantity of cabet iware wa also 351-691 grains, or one dollar i 5 worse

bht, oya'ists sgt belongingto Buenoyre; merated as subject to duty. teen 3and 4 thousand dollars. than theu' legal value.
reatmOwingtothesume contempt manifested inA3. That the mntrinsic value of the gold coins
relation to the Patriot authorities, no cartel Beer, Ale, or Porter in casks, Gd per gal- of Sa, w be it line ate of 100 cents for 8
AloN 'l jir, Dec. 12. of Spai, will be at tie rate (f 100 cents for 28
was agreed upon. Ion; Beer, Ale, or Porter in bottles, 9d per We have bn informed, t e Un- 76-133 grains, or one dollar i 399 wore than
Incidentally speaking of Peru, Mr. Bland gallon; Cables andtarred Rope, Pd per pound; ion ofiaverp been informch sailed, fnt Qiec, p their legal value.
states that one-thud of the population of that C n ofhLiverpooi, wbicc soled fron Quebec, a
country-are whitesofunmixed blood, and two- Cordage untarred, 2d per pound ; Playing formerly mentioned, had put back to that port 4. That the intrinsic value of the silver
y Pe formerly mentioned, wad put back to that port t
thirds mulattoes and negroes; the latter, in Cards, Is per pack ; Tallow Candles, 3d per oi ~"'i. n% the 4tLh inst. the crew having rnuti- nte, uce, wl 0 laten iouc7 ce,
noted, and the captain received a hurt in his cemts perouncu,or2-1tera cent iuthe ounce,
general, as well informed as the whites. pound; Wax or Spermacetti Candles, 6d per e from thle cable. N ie of tie i crew we better than their legal value.
pound; Cider, 5s per bbl. of 36 gallons th n t n -jail in Quebec, and tie vessel sailed a- 5. That tie intrinsic value of tile silver five
SELNL-M .1., DLI, L'\l.. .D Leather, 3d per pound ; Calf Skins, .i u r..r li .i bunday-vas spoken 12 miles below frank pieces ofrance, will be at the rate of
Judge Bland's Report. -In the preceding skins, dressed as upper IL ,t. .d pot .' on Monday, all well, and the wind fa- tI I. I,) i.-,. nearly, perounce, or -4-10 fa
vorable. cent, nearly, per ounce, better tian their legal
columns,vwelhavegivenaveryinterestingsn81,1 pound; HarnessLeather,4d perpound; Nails, After arrack of urusually oelen weather, value.

maTy of the report of Judge Bland on the pre- Id per pound; Salt, 6d per bushel, of 56 during the last week, we have had a pretty hmay howeversir, be observed, that, from
sent situation and future prospects of thi Chi- pounds ; Spirits distilled from grain, Is per heavy fall of snow. Traveling in Carrioles is long experience of tie assayer ohf tle nint, it
nIV commenced, and itl is Liopnicd ivill soon be is fouud 0 t1at tine quality offoreignl coins, espe-
lean governmeut-a subject not noticed by ci- gallon; Snuff, 2d per pound ; Manufactured rendered ageeble by more snow. Te frost cially of silver, is somwhat variable, as will
thlier of the otherSouth American Commission- Tobacco, 2d per pound, has set in with its usual severity--on Thurs- appear by comparing the above report with


Promotion.-It is stated in the Advocate,
that Brigadier General ROBERT BOGARDUs,
has been promoted by the Governor to the
rank of Major General.

N7V'ewo York Fi're Departmcnt.-From an of-
ficial source we liave ascertained the umn ber
ofEngines, Firemen, &c. employed by this
department; and we take this opportunity to
express our belief, that this city has a fire de
apartment under, at least, as good regulations
as any in the Uuited States. It must afford
satisfaction to our citizens to observe the zeal
manifested by our several companies, to be
first at the scene ofconflagration. In this they
are prompted, not as in other countries, by a
pecuniary reward ; but by a desire to perform
their duty, and to promote the public good.-
One thing however ought to be mentioned.-
It frequently occurs, that the want of water is
a cause of complaint. If the Corporation were
to cause Cisterns to be built near the houses
of public worship, or other public buildings,
large eadugh to contain the water which falls
from them, the evil would, at least in some
measure, be remedied.
At the present time, we lave in this city for
the protection of our property from fires, forty
two Engines, one of which is called the float-
er ; four hook and ladder trucks; one hose
Waggon; sixteen ladders; twenty' books ; a
machine for thliruwiog down ciiiiiiii... ,; one
copper fire pump ; 12,120 feetof hose ; and
twelve hundred and eighty threefiremen inclu-
ding fifty fuur Fire Wardens and nne ,1 .-

The Slanding Army.--We learn from
Washington, says the Philadelphia Gazette,
that it is understood that the Cabinet have
come to a determination that a considerable
reduction shall be made in the staff of (lithe
arm-y of the United States. General Jackson
is daily expected at the seat of government.
On account of ill health, and considerations
of business, it is his intention to retire.

A splendid entertainment was given at
Washisglou last week, by tlie French Mi-
uister, iu conuinemoration of the evacuation
of France by the Allied powers. The guests
were numerous, embracing the principal of-
ficers of government, foreign Ministers, and
strangers of distinction.

rials"2or .. --The Natioan lIntelli-

And all other Goods, Wares, or Merchan-
dize, not herein heefore enumerated, the
growth, produce, and manufacture of the said
United States of America, a duty of ten pounds
for every hundred pounds, ad valorem, on the
said goods, wares, and merchandisee, being
the growth, produce or manufacture of the
said United States of America.

From Havana-.-Capt. Furlong, of the brig
iMary, who has arrived at Baltimore, in 15
days from Havana, informs, that an tr tiga"
brig and a Buenos Ayrean sloop of war had
been offuHavana three days; during inR ir stay
an embargo was laid ; a sloop of war liad gonoe
out to raise the blockade, but was drove in af-
ter exchanging a broadside-a larger one had
begun to fit out to accompany her, when they

Riise ofthe Ohio.-By the ri..l:b,,>1,h and
Cincinnati papers, we learn, that a storm of
rain commenced in that region on the 4th inst.
which raised the waters of the Ohio from eight
to ten feet. The river had been so low as to
suspend navigation for three months; ofcourse
a vast quantity of -produce had accumulated
on its banks. It is said also, that several hun-
dred families, amounting in all to 201)0 per-
sons, were detained at Pittsburgh :,,ui other
places, awaiting the rising of the river. Some
of the families had exhausted all their funds,
aud were in a destitute and suffering condi-
tion. The rise of the river has enabled this
numerous company of travellers to proceed on
their journey ; and it is estimated that pro-
duce to the value of three milhot s of dollars
left Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and other towns.
on the river, in the course ofoune week.
The Steam engine Company of Pmt-bu.-gl,.
have lately launched two large and elegant
Steamboats, the Tamerlane and 'r., i t,i f,
and have two others on the Stocks. The
James Rous, just finished, commenced her
first trip to New-Orleans, sn the 11th instant.
Two Steam. boats are just finished at Cincin-
nati ; two others are nearly completed ; and
five are on tihe stocks, in July last, there
were 20 Steam-boats employed in the New-
Orieans trade; and it is supposed, that by the
next July the number will be atleast doubled.

On Sunday lasi, the Coroner held an inquest
on the body of Elizabeth Daniels, at the house:
of John Sirerson, corner of Grand and Rtyu-
der-streets. hie was a native of this city, a-
ged 21 years. Verdictof the Jury, suicide
by taking laudanum.

day morning the therumomieter stood at 0 about
9 o'clock A. M.

From the Baltimore Federal Republican.
United States ) rcuit court of the U. S.
vs. s iNDc'raiE.ar vOR A
Joseph Karrack. 3 ISDEMEANOR.
The court has been employed nine days in
the trial of this cause. The indictment con-
tained eleven counts, part of which were pre-
dicated upon the act of congress,of June,1 794,
which provides in the 3d section, that if any
person shall within any of the ports, 4-c. of the
Unitcd States, fitout and arm, or attempt to
Lii ani and .1 rai, or procure to be fitted out and
armed, or shall knowingly be concerned in
tht. furnishing, fitting out, and arming of any
ship or vessel, with intent that such ship or
vessel shall be employed in the service of any
foreign prince or state, to cruize or commit
Lu.tihsit: ,u t-n. the subjects, citizens or pro-
perty of another foreign prince or state, with
thunin the United States, are at peace, every
such person so offending, shall, upon convic-
tion, be adjudged guilty of a high misdemean-
or, and shall be fined and imprisoned, &c."-
The 4th section has a similar provision prohi-
biting to encrease,or augment, or to procure
to be increased or augmented, or knowingly
to be concerned in eucreasing or augmenting,
thie force of any ship of war, cruiser, &c. iu
the service of any foreign prince or state, &c.
the same being at war with another foreign
prince or state, with whom the United States
were at peace.
The court decided that the counts founded
upon this statute could not be maintained, up-
on the ground that as our government had no
acknowledged the independence of thie Southn
American Provinces, they were not foreign
States" within the meaning of the act of
Congress. Tie other counts were predicated
upon the acts of Congress of 1817 and 18,
which are similar in their provisions to the
f't,, sing, with the addition of the words ", col-
ony, district or people."
There was no evidence applicable to but
two of these counts-Yesterday the argument
I.., lin. j.,Iy was concluded on the part of the
itr.-i r-r.' by Mr. Pinkuey, and on tihe part of
the United States by Mr. Wirt. The speech-
es of these two gentlemen were such as were
to be expected from such men-They came
fully up to the expectation of their auditors.
The jury retired from tihe box a little before
two o'clock, and after an absence of about an
hour. returned with a verdict of GUILTY."
SA.motion in arrest of judgment was then
L'l-.. ,i'. 4.i was granted by the court.

From the Alexandria Gazette.
Xbotioe to Young Gentlzemnn.--Two young-
ladies, in the vicinity, possessed of exquisite
personal charms, with minds adorned wilUt tihe
richest profusion of good sense, conjoined with
a graceful deportment, and very necessary
accomplishment, are in market, and ready to
Stn 'air nijt *i" '= ii ln icve to mlatrnimony.
ThM le u .I" iadn.. 11 iisi: to Inake it known,
Im 1.6 .; i ,li. .1i.;n in. young men ivwho are
uotaries to I inil a.'i, 'ht 1 .i ar erprfeclIy ac-

Itl e oeI luruier years; tneir respective values,
therefore, as regulated by ith' law of hI16, are
probably as near their average intrinsic value,
as can bo well ascertained.
I have the honor to be, sir, with great ros-
pect, your most obedieut servant,
The Honorabie VWin. H. Craimfurd,
Secreta-ryoJ the Ttrcasury.

Scri in t bil, aiJd had voti d to proceed ir,
the discussion, lie thought it proper t., i .
onl tlis occasion lest, if filent, his views
night be mi.,conceived, Witlh respect to the
courtesy due tu the gentleman from Massa-
chlsetts, and to thlie state lie represented, Mr.
T. snid, he entirely reciprocated the senti-
mtents of the Honora.ble Speaker. But, as, if
the report of tie committee in this case, if not
acted on at the present session, might, and
perhaps would, be adduced hereafter, as an
argument in favor of the claim ; and, as he
thought it probable this subject would not a-
gain come before the house at the present ses-
sion, he should take this opportunity to state,
that the report made on this subject by the
committee, was considered as a statement of
thie case in behalf of Massachusetts, drawn up
by herself, as it was in fact by her agent. The
committee had thought it a liberality due to
a state, appearing As a petitioner before this
house,to leave it to her agent, or immediate re-
presentative, to make a statement of her own
case, in her own way. Ou the question in
committee to accept that report, Mr. T. said,
there was a minority ; and he, for one, took
this occasion to say, that, had the. Jdicus i.:o
of this claim now gone on, and, il n itn.iul.j e-
cur at the present session. ihere tn-- a v.a iity
of collateral documents it liiin. r the lt,ury
and merits of these claims, which he was
ready and felt it his duty to urge in ar-
gument in opposition to allowing them-
Desiring, however, to cultivate harmony in
the union, by treating every state in it with
due respects, he did not wish to press the dis-
cussion now. Taking- this opportunity, then,
as the only one he might ever have, to protest
against the report of the (cn.iniiitate.- aC : lTirI'.
nyiog this bill being considered as the deli-
berate opinion of the committee, or hereafter
brought in as an argument in favor of the
claim, being in fact the most favorable state-
ment that a party interested could make of it,
lie was, for the reason before assigned, in fav-
or of the committee's rising.
The question was then taken on the com-
mittee's rising, and decided in the afblrmative.

.MJ41 RR E D,
At N wark,. N.J. on Wedi- ..1 .. ,,' n ,-i .
AAao BAt.IDWIN, I-n. of N. l i, i, i ..F .
CI.AMi, daughter of Jediai C .H,,.. i ,i i iA. .

i 'li: L .
On Monday evening. .... I, .,,, E q. ,.
5b years.
V'steirdpy, .1r,. I lingering illness. Mr. Fasist
M'Gowas, in .1. /. year of h4I age.
At Auburn, N. Y. i, J. i ,,J i- ,.- nUt Clinton,
Mr. Seit Non to, Fr, Piomf ,. I ,. ,- i,, Hamiltonl
Coilege-In Seneca, the- i. .l \, .1 i, teei, agted
7,5-At Gene .o, the wife ol H iQ i -1 \i ".1..t
lit. Isaac Spoor', 2i-At Tier i... \i% i, i., -
At it Wet ind'r, N. J.J Mr. J i.,I. I. L--- ir
tlloomisbtry, the wile if Mr. Hugh Uamiuit6oi--At
Mviornsvil. Mali.on Carver, ini. I.,- i Phila-
ielphia i, Ianna kii l, 33-.A i I,., .. ,-. Ohio,
VIr. ,linn Gribn,-i, tf, late of I i, ,, *. Eostoln,
Mr. Jsu 1. Simnilli, 29-- -\t Vtest Caimbridge. Mr.
Jain es A ftnis, 40- At 0-i,,,i. ... .. 1,".
'Tufts,5(i- At .arai l.- M h, I ,. ." 1. :n-.
At P.irlimouth, lhe ,ife of Mr. Daniel Jacklo'n-.At
iN wn ,- tsn port, .Mri -., ., ,,, i.:.. ; capt. Rich-
aid S Niycs. 53-iA Il-1 ... i'n. -lTeimpfe-rance
Littiefieid, 1 9-At sea, Join Winoter, 23, of Alexau
Schr Daslh,i Glfiti, 8 days front Alsnaiitria, with
flour, to 3. M- laomwy & Co. D Beiltuine & Co. and
Stvens, & Leppincott. Dec. 20, in Lyuon Haven Bay,
saW a J.irge seciooner at an chor entir-ly disimsti-d.
with signals of li r. r e ,-1 d L .,d be lumber load-
PHILADELPHIA, Dc. 22 -Arr, schr Indus-
try, tyan, ct. Thionias, 21 d2in .... ,' ... ..
i lft. 2' th utilt, ship Gleaner, i ..i .', n i., I 'l,., i, n
diays Calse into the Capes ou Friday ; saw the s-hip
Pi.art. at miouh.ay IIoonk.
The ship Bdniobridg .-- ..-i. beating
up to Bo Inay Hoo ). ,.l .', .
BAL'1,7IQOR, 1I.n. 21--\rr. b %.n I\., Fur-
lotg, nHavitn 15 d.ys, su;ar, &c. bailel in cc. with
Cora fi' l, Bton.
SJl' ,V\A'JH., 1)ec. li.-.Ar. ship Lucy Ant,
Arnold, eiv York, 12 days. On the 3d day out, off
Cape -Hatteras,e' eucounlired very severe ive-atier,
whincli coiinned fir tin -...i. r. L to W.--lay
to during thi,' .ml, and .,..,.j d .Ch ,,|, rigging, sails
and deck loid.
l-Uti Eliza & Jane. OOgden. Jacactnne, 26 days. co-
fee and tonotsea sill The Prussian brig \, i I .
arrived lith re on l 9ltin of OcL. in 5 daysfro.. I ...
uing's Bay-had been boarded and plundered of sails,
rigging. :6!. oy apt ivateer sheinign colors.
clir ltM,,irgart, Cnenill, AN' Vorik. 8 days. On FPri-
day last, oiffapt: Look Out, saw a steamboat, rigged

CONEhGRESS. ,i,,r Elizi 0y. i.n>. i d 10 days. Oo
'ridny last, off Cape 1i nt i,.,. i -. 1,- m ,,:. -upeib
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. tRoduiman, irom n York I, ... iI-,,,.' lost her
ldeck, load aid r. ceived other damue inu the violent
Friday, Dt:. 18. gale of mte i in lst,
MIASSACHUSE ,-'r's CLAIMr. Burigs Coinman;le1, Bray, Salem. 13 days ; Aretuim-
Thie Speaker having called over, among tie ra, tiOnales, N Vork. 5 ; schrs ;'.n n.1, ,. .7
orders of the day, tmat on the bill providing *Milo.. A ',1a rsitol, -
for tihe payment of the claun of tie states uOf Cr ldt, 14 days, i ..-,r. brig Acor, Rdiaselr ;
Muiassachusetts, forexpences icurred by her ti n' ? hi ri Emd ti n i n .., ,i ..,,''-., .,' n tille
m militia .1,,ih,, thie hue war- .- ".. I ;,, -uring ,,n n mm.
Mr. .i.,...i,, of Massachusetts, rose, and P'..- I' i ,-.':. .' c. 19.-Anr. brig Viper, Daily,
begged the indulgence of the house, that tlie 5 d order of the day mginght be passed fon tlie pre- irvor, cufer' &ne bnund to t'rov ieo-ce. Left siip
%rinosto, Of A''"'mn'k. U timi-Lains WhIea to sail, thileronly
sent. lie made this motion at thle request of Ait ves'-el ti're. 'ie V ilea tn g ti-e bair. grli oun-
(lie gentlemen comiposig thie deleg-ation from ed On)oF' t UlthPONit m( (If l Iistid, In bis eSpect'd
the state of assachusetts, who hiLd been in- ton ieg u t nf v l t init t i t jurs w
structed respecting thie claim. The Legisla- Oin l' eduescii.y uigh the schr Catch ren-i'fyoe-can,
tirei of thie state would be in session earlv in Hinlrt, t'ri jt New Ha o ntfinr I-Syanmis i iti i ntli innd
the moith of Jamnuary nm xl, and i_ .l1., nii nt un l01- soilhin'meni point, at -re.mnmu', N eek.
were desiuis of receiving further dou t he cre'w left her mu thi boat S00o after aiem sstruck.-
,ineno desliroms of renelvinu'inrthiur dooumt otsiinns tu1tmne.t, se drifted offthe Point, and sint
and communications mreltive to tlhe cialnmIs' l nu eI s Beam' nhvlr-she r iow N et. Her cargs
prior to its discussion ; but he hoped, that, in iI .,been landed, and the schr will be got off withSuta
tlIe course oL the session, the subject mniglit ibe nruch ijiry
brought up, aad receive a full and fair dicuiit- '
Mr. Folger, of MVassachusetts, moved that
tile house resolve itself into.: coiiuillLtec of th'e llic KiCS Oci "OCS itH d D.Y,
whole ou thle subject. CORHIICT&D cOm Tm I r NimW-aOftig sPECATORi',
And, the question being taken o that mno- /3y th/e New- _York Stfocskhandl E.xchauge Board.
tion, the house decided as follows : for goniingu ,Ai
into committee 73, against it 63. 1n itert States, 108 U union ,
The house having accordigiy resol ied itasetl'i w--Vork, 1:; America,
into a committee of the whole, Mir. SmniLhli, o lahmuittin, :10 ;City, qs-
Md. in the chair, and the bill healing been -; eaud 'i'h'ri him ,i. 101.
t.l,r .in- I \,te rh a n ics 111 | In ... 119 A
,." e k rINSUR n" i 'I ts
Mmr. Clay' (Speaker) rose, to umake a mio- NeVw-ork, l ;., '....- 100
tion that thie common lte sho uld ri(. i, tle l ai s i ;'ir'umsi n1t inl.miau I II
persuaded, lie said, that the honse conid snt iiO n-Idi (lit n ,.' u 127
have hea d what had been stated iby thie hiouon- inri-icamo, KI7 .. 1.
able gentleman, (Mir. iVInmo) whlo was chan- 1)tUl:'a* yt al r"-i
mian ofthe counitteie whlo had reported thiu l i, tis- m inin, i
bill, or it w would, on thle iresenit nccaisotno, haive l o.'IvcA
exercised the courtesy usuailyieliyvn tS everi N'. Y.'. "iwS.s, 9 i-p er ct. C-it Loan !00
chairman of a committee wivu reipnia a '!, N ')L.
of causing his own time hfir ..i,..: it up. I f i's" ed ,'1l.i(.al iN 0 Ii'> nniV.M, ti, 101
might t be proper for hiin to state Alr. lG.; said, 1l) n i-- l l 'li p. r.9 ini i tn-e, 90
that his Opinion on tlls subject di-i inot i .r La. Xn HA E.
probably, froma that of thuoe geutle ioin whiu n leintmLonri don : -
had chosen to gointo comunittee i n thes nulbjeuc. .inn onu' nt Billt :n "
But the chainmnti lianiing stated to thie house i'r.s: i : : : i r. a 50
that, un a consultation t of ihe delegation ut ite Atisaterdaim ; -31 "ts pr gui.der
state, it had been thought pi,,pie: notmii iune n im P"ipat i ,n li In i I D iioi. |18 "
go into a committee of tCh whula oU lbie sub- B Ni, Ni.hil'-'E ELXCi ANGE-
ject: that btie wished to have further cmtinmu- Cori ectd fur is,r .m A I o;1, de/talow, b; ;.attor-17
nication with thie governtunem't of th, t.te tm m LATn.i.AI ,n Stf); a', Ecig'r "
the subject, and thit lie hopdd, in td e c..time a- ktrs, Nb. tin60 an-dntrh...
the session, tou bring thle roibect fully aud hn- CiTY 0 A. t'iii, & .. ay 'A V. AsI 1N;rN
ly before time house, lie tLhong-at sn hI:l dl) pu-.[ New ,mtn ciy mi ,.s, .' Ii:;r
able, had his remarks been heard, tliat tile dis- J.u-oil b rktis's E a.in gei B ail, i- p-"
cussion of tile subject would be plresed agiual ilauls tof A lhbiui, p.-r
his w ish e s, tI sinks o l I iroyt ,-
iis-Iinimhsm tol ins t inof se n1t'dt'I li
M r. T .,i l,, ni,. of fN ew -Y orhk said as lie l- m B i, p c. ,. ... -.
had been r a member of thUo po' it it o whl ) rei LJ i ',. u i, .. ., .-. '. in .ii,. ,

DIED, : '
Yesterday, after a short illness, ,ILVAus F. Jsa. "
Kss. (of the h..-..: l ill.'., Jenkins & Co.) in til -
37th year of h. e
Yesterday morning, Mr. FR.aNCs Roac,, tailor,
in the 76tht year of his age.
At Augusta, Geo. on the llth inst. i FKxla>ri. H.
MrtiA, Esq. a native of Connecticut, but for some
tiiu past a resident of that city. .
Yesterday morning, Mrs. EItZABETH .lA'BET0lH,
of a lingering illness, in the 45th year of her age,
wife of Alexander Macbeth.
1uddlenly, in West-Windsor, (N lere,-. on the
13Mh inst Mr. F JOHN FLUCK, i i ":'- .,"C of his
age. A few minutes before his death, lie lL't the roon1
to obtain some fire, to all appearances perfectly well.
After having returned lie seated himself by the side of
his only daughter, and without spealkin one word, lie
gently laid his head in her lap and expired without. a
At Sterling, Nov. 29th, Mrs. MAnTn.a xlOT A-!,
wife of Mr. Stephen Holman, aged ti1. Her death was
occasioned by falling backwards into the fire, while
standing on a chair, reaching, for something which
hung over the chair and the fire; and, unfortunately,
there being noperson with her, she was only able to
get out of lthe ire, but not to extinguish the flames ia
which her clothes were enveloped. Shlie lingered be-
tween two and three weeks, in gr at distress.
At Burlington, Vt. suddenly, Samuel Green-At
New Haven, Mrs. Katy Pamelee, 69O-At Hartford,
the wife of Mr. Josiah Beckwii. \..-\ I'hi. ,ire..
Mr. Silas Gaylord, 28-At Pr... iJta..-,t. i.i-i ioi,, -
has Potter, 8 -At Dumfries, Va. Mrs. Jane M. Brun-
dige, 23-At Vayetievife, N. C. the consort of Mr.
Isham Blake, 73.
At St. John, N. B. Mr. Charles Thomas, aged 75.
He was one of those won aout American exiles who .
assisted in ithe first formation of a settlement at that ,
At Frederickton, N. B. oatile 24th Nov. the Han.
and Rev. Jonathan Odell, the last surviving member-
bf his majesty's council, appointed at the original*
forniation of the province, in thle year 1734.

Neir Ship FlHenry, Hurd, 3 days from Gonnectikut
River, to N. L. & G. Griswold.
Nr :" h,;. I, l i, \len, from Fairfieldia balti
lant, Lo Bjkif & Hopbin-. ..
New ship Pacific, from New Haven.
Brig Castor, Winmlow,90 days from Londofi,.vi
New London, with dry goods, porter, white lead, &c.
Schr Felicity, Smiart, 24 days from Porto Rico, with
wine, sugar and hides, to A. S. Hallet.
Schr Nancy, Rice, 13 days from St. John, N. B
Raleigh, N. C. Dec. 18.-B1a letter from Bea.i.
fort, in this states we understand that on thie 12th iDst
a schuoner and a brig, loaded with dry goods, bG.ndy
and potatoes, ran ashore on Ocracock ; and the brig
George &,usan, capt. William Kelly, ran ashore ne'ar
Cheesmauis Inlet, from New York bound to Wilming-
ton, N. C. loaded with dry gods, brandy and pota-
toes-lthe cargo of the brig was sold on" the lath inst.
St. John, N. B. A'ov. 26..-,- trr sclr Juno, Crock"
er, Bath. U. S.-30tlh, schr Hazard, Douglass, do.-
Dec. 1, schr Sandford & William, Gardner, Hallowhel
-3d, brig Morning Star, Smith, Portland-'ith, ship
Bittern. Dawsoan, Halifax, 10, ballast, to Mr Lan-
ders-6tth, ship Ben Lomond, Thompson, Londotider-
ry, salt, wine. and 10 5' 1 ;. sloop etUM'soi'
Ppince, Portland, 7 ; hri K; i Kelv. I,.iverpool,
67; Lovely Nelly, Heitt, iPreston, 42'; .libernia,
Sibson, Carlisle, 4-8th, brig Aintelope, lRamsey, I.,l
verpool. 66.
BOSTON, Dsc. 21.-Arr. ships Hanibal, Foster,
from Philadelphia; Drnmno, Matchlett, 142 days froin
Calcutta,cotton. &c; brig Otter, Sears, from Calcutta,
sugar, cotton, gum. turmeric ginger, goat skins, &c ;
scris owiftsure, Thomas, H.,vre 73 days, French
,oods, &c ;'. WI. Penn, Foster, Philadelphia 14 ; A'lert.
ItVlitton, do 13;; sloop young Hornet, Lewis, IN. Y.
T're schr Zephyr, Crowel from Malagi and Gib-
rallar, has arrived at Falmouth, bounad to Boston.
The brig Poniono, Hledge, 64t days from Gibraltar,
fr Boston. anchored off Billingsgate Point, Barista-
ble Bay, ill itAt. covered with ice, crew beateni out-
&c. On the Ist December, while lying-too ina a le,
shipped a heavy sea, which filled the mainsail'sand
split it to pieces--a ew hours after, sbippei another,
which swept the deck of !ong boat, caboose, all the
railings, waist boards, &c. two mea fell from alIft on
deck and were severely hurt. ..
A large slhip and" schr anirved at Holnes's Holour
']Bdav, :
HOLAIESISHO E7: Dec .17.-Arr..brig filealner,
Potul, 9 days-frorn Baltimore for Boston
Dec. .-Arr. brig Julia, Mat cy.65 daysfrom'Got-
Stenburg, for New York. Nov. 4, lat 48 30), long 41,
spoke shiji Ocean, from Alxandria for Cowes. "The
,tulia lost a man from the fore topsail yard,the 2d o0'
Nov named Robert Hussey, about 2. ye.arsof age,
of Georgetown; and has two men frost bitten. .
Mr. Harris, agent for the bri Warren, informs tha-
80 hblids molasses, and all thie hides. except 500, oftlhat
v essei.P cargo, have been saved. .

S MITH & LAVVTON, No. 60 Wall-street,
will receive WEATERN RIVER, and Ja
cob Barkoer's RED NOTES, at as low rates a-_
any other office in the city. dec 23

l' lE New-York Selection of Sacred .\Iu-,
l carefully arranged and particularly Jesign-
ed for Church Worship, by F'. D..Allen, price?7.
cents. This day published and for sale at th,;
Bookltstor'es of R. M'DeCmurt, 222 Pe'eairl-strc!,
and W. B. Gilley, 92 Broadway-aiso, at G,
Thorburn'as, opposite the Middle Dutch Church,
dec 22
A ND a l to bs drawn New-Yer' 1:y inthi,
followving prizes, viz:
I of 50,000 Dollars 1 of 1,000 Dollars
I of 10,000 Dollars I of 1,000 Dollars
1 of 10,000 Dollars 1 of I (L') )Dolari
I of 10,000 Dollars I of 1,000 Dollars
1 of 10,000 Dollars I of 1,000 Dollar-
I of 10,000 Dollars 1 of 1,000 Dollarv.
i of 1,000 Dollars of ,(1G00 'D)lC.,',
1 ol 1,00 Doll0rs 0 1 of 00 DIollrI':
I of 1,000 Dollars 1 of 0>1O Dollars
.1 of 1,000 Dollar j i of 500 Doll'ars
I of 1,000 D)ollar. 1 oI-. 500 l)ollars
i of, 1,000 Dollari'21) of 100 Dolla.r.
And a ri'g'e nuiianbcr of 10 I )ollara, '
(..nomm.issioners or Mianagers ppo,.ed Iy t
Governorof the state are the i-,llowmg g'entl *
nIle, almost of whom inara v'ci kwo';;aWi in thi c:

Andre-. r ., i Esq. | [sasc Worrell, Esq.
Johni t I-': &sq. i (.eo!"ge Latiuer, Es,
' Tt'hio:na? Leipe:, Esq.
Should ay of the spiedidi Prizet ib draw. mn
this city, tlie holdcrs olf the same shalil bjs pai.
ile 'cas hinit uily, at ALL.N'S Truly Lt".ci7
O lice, N o. \ '' i. R'_dT'. ay.
Whers No. '3"20, wihich draw .he great prim..;
of 100,00.0 lad. New Year'a day, w.as.asod and
tilecashi ninediately paid to t.e fortunate hol->
era in tris city, beiu! the highest prize ever a.l'.
a;d paid by any of']c'e in the 'rated iites?, an:.i
i where have ..incea been paid !)ri;.e.- of 50,00X%
!'30,000, 25,0;.'!., 0,0.?, !10,000 ,c_, .-.

...... O.x d 111aw e .i r he ... "-,.. ,that we deemed it f .- actd becomes an outlaw an: pi- "ig 'e eso ih .c : ', luu a ? r is- ;, ths
i;,. ."* (., : ",i" a e '. -' pr our duty to wait f f! es. These facts are i :ro," Ti r es the case of Robert C. Ambris- press necssy uf shcdi g their bi3d, and
tle ri 193, 1 in nom before us. The documents disclose eve- tcr, clearly shewn by the evidence adduced." staining our anals .?
:P.:n "C;. i 1 rt. ry material circumstance of this interesting a- Upon which ground, he orders Ambristcr -Ifyousay, that it was necessary to girea
,'.ij 'air. P mem s,| oj to beO' shot, and he vwas shot: Bh ir .-i 'rm.e .ans example 0mnof vengeance, to deter
,.;i,,,. b do. i '7t-e confess, however, that we touch this being hurried off,in a few hours, to execution. other agents from mingling i future wr, .
*.;t E a- ,dts.. (.!^ cu, o estioa with no satisfaction To many it These are the facts ; and no,v for ithe Ji.-- then 1o ivc dony the justice of this distantand
*I';, -'0,',", d,,o. appears a very abstruse one; and we ackuow- ciple. *' -- :l We askyou, toes. b
'W ,,.it-' l ;v'arren Baa,:. 1 do- ledge that one branch of it is. not without its This unfortunate General Order passes : i,..,., ,i.. t ..:es :t ,, ih this principle of
tiBank, t 1 [- ,10. dilicuhies. But it is not that we are liable to over the only plausible ground, on which he wnla lead. If we are to hold up these tre- hi
i tlea tizika, d. ,,. :5 ', : I, Af s. B ti sn tth tw.r ibet
; r)i ti!:,i aP 1nd.it i oo. err that we are reluctant toC touchit; but it is could have rested the measure-and takes meln.os examples i terroren for futurity, ce
O-irso n Catt litL" do because we are under the necessity of discus- one, which principle, the practice ofall ciriiiz- by not wage a war"of extermination ? why Se
d.:oo. Co;it. no do. sing a transaction over which the humanity of ed nations,fand especially of our own, direct- not swep every man, and woman und child,
C.lelar) V1 y.a,:' do- our country mast weep, and reprehending the ly condemns: -.-- rir' the Semniole.name, frn the face of
,kd "'-': r', do. conduct of an officer who was near and dear His ground is, that the subject or citizen of- 1" th Sin why capture 6 men and 9 7 woo-
Plattsborh x.'es, do. to our bosoms, who saved New Orleans from a neutral nation, who engages in war, is to be men and.children"o thile 12th ofApril?'Why
auburn Brk*, .' capture and his country from disgrace.-But considered by the opposite belligerent, as." an spare them on otilet occasions? Wily did not
dloia DitCot, bia Reevab, 12 do we are impelled to this discussion by consid- outlaw and pirate." In what code of ,ation- en. Jackson put' every' one of then to the
IluoBarerls Clntia Receiv up with eratins that are irresistible. We think it al law is this absurd principle, so absurdly sword ? o0
aredoikr latns paa il ao Itry l do. due to the character of our country to disclaim characterized as an established" one, to be Asto these two Englishmen, their power to m
*notes la transaction which mav affect it in the eyes met with? The practice of all Christendom is injure us was gotie. They were in our hands; ct
Levi M'Keen's priva .-baok notes j of| foreign nations, and t is due to our own in- opposed to this savage doctrine. But bring cut off from all communication with the In- dI
at Pouzlkelweie o stitutions to reprobate an obnoxious course on the case home to ourselves. Our own roalu- dians; there was no pressing necessity to ite
Natica y I"su 1. d o.n 'u:,.ertafm a the part of a hlli military officer, which may tion, which the mother country cuose to call a take their lives. Why not keep them in con- ti
~tic>lInu. om)pan>. be drawn into precedent by other comaman- rebellion, was an illegal war on our part. Did fiinement, until the war was formally closed '
",. *. ". par dters. she execute, on this principle, one German or why not punish them in some other way, than
"1 It .'" i ;.... .. par The documents before as prore that Arbuth- oneFrenchman,who fell iontol herhands by cap- bydeal/? A
B1,1k1 it]N'iw ,ruouswict:, a' r I aot was not huug asa s.ay,ashad been commonly ture ? Or did we execute one of the Hessian But ifGen. Jackson had thie righ-lit, and all bP
State Bauk at Pat:ron,' pAr i but erroneously imagined. The court martial prisoners who fell into our hands :'with all our the proceedings .perfectly regular, why this m
State.Biank at Mar''istu'vn, l'r them-elves strike out from the 1d charge the prejudices against those cold-blooded hire- indecent haste in executing these miserable "
Sussex BPak, n" .words acting as a spy'-and certainly with lings, who was sent hither to fight in a quarrel men ?-why not refer this case. the first we dt
.tsiy Pa:k, 1 a 1 r strict propriety, because the very letter which in which their country was in no degree into- recollect to have ever occurred in our coun- th
Bt~ ,t''c:tn; aeBank a ,; autHe ; !ar- ,- t,.
lv a ?at ,I"witI it '5an1 d la" x,-" a1kat is ssa "to have been written for the purpose "of rested? No, 00no; if this doctrine be true, let try; a case of such sensibility; to the Chief 'in
. ..dicou.t, u .er taing the advance of the army under Gen. us write upon the tomb of Do Kalb, Hore Magistrate of the nation ?' There was anoth- "
pcr>idt. 2" d Jackson, stating their force, probable moiementa l liesanoutlaw andpirate!" Let us throw our er reason for it : The 65th art. of the rules.
CONNECTICUT. and intentions, to be commmunicatedto Bowlegs, histories in the flames, and write new ones, and articles of war (act of Congress April 10,
Nev lHlv.n Balk, Par the chiefof thile Suwany towns, tfor his govern- i in which Kosciusko and La Fayette shall be 106) declares expressly, that neither shall
11d'":-.. ak, if nmade payable par meni," was written from St. larks, five days p d in theatre colour of outlaws and, any sentence of a general court martial in tl
,, n... .. York k a de before they entered it; and by the 10l1st art. of 9e of Ae e .glen ral court martial in tb :
rhanix Bank at llrtird, if made par war, a spy is defined to be one (not a citizen) pirats !" te o peace, extend to e ass l Si
payable at do. lurkininoraboutthe fortilfatiousorencamp- But the only plausible ground, on which carried into execution, until after the whole d:
E0agle: Bank at New Ilavoon -t per cent dis. "lrdninoabtthfriiatosrenm>
Daiby Bank at w avn, I pr ceido. meats of the armies ofthe United States." ) we have heard these executions, excused or proceedings shall have been transmitted to the j
derby Thie, cae wi dteywrfud ., r palliate,, is this: That, it is true, by the rules Secretary of War to be laid before the Presi-
arideport Ban-, do, ty he cre s upon which they were foundguil-of war, we cannot with justice take the life" dot of the U. States, for his confirmation or
New Lafdo, do. Arbuthnot was found guilty, 1st of "exciting of an enemy submitting and delivering his disapproval, and orders in the case." An ar- ti
SLo non MASSACilSETTS. dst up the Creek Indians to war against arms; but there is this exception, that nations my always carries the articles of war, for its hi
Springlield Bank, i made uayabie par the United s states audher citizens, he being asub- who observe no rules of war have no claims government, 0with it, no matter to what coun- w
at the Mechlanie's Bank ject of Great Britain, with whom the U. S. are to expect it from others." Vattel thusilays try or continent it may go. Now, as the war e
S,'" '' P..Bif iiade p.ayabler( par at peace :n 2dly, of "aiding, abetting uid com- down the rule, Book 3. ch. 8. Sec. 141 : waged by General J. was a war de felo, and
p,-tBnks, oara t Iperct.dis. forting the t enemy, supplying them with the nThere is, howeverone case, wUherclife mabede not such a constitutional war, as was most pro-
0 do. means of war." Ambrister was fohnd guilty, 1st tied an eneumy,, who surrenders, and also capitunlation. bably contemplated by the act of Congress, t,
Sa~tlem Bank, to
Worcestler Bank, } do. of aiding, abetting and comforting the enemy, refused to a place. This isa when the enemy has been would it not have been proper to have waited M
,,,;.I.. !T .il' de. and supplying them with the means of war, hle guiltyof soile enornuo. breach of tihe law of nations, tor (he President's instructions ? t
% i11 .. ..' SOS, 2" o. being a subject of Great Britain, who are at adof th la rlyws of war. Tibeatis denial of quieter is no nati There is another, and most important, fea-
., .mof tile taws of war. This denial ol'quaiter is s noaa
B.1R DE ISLAND. *peace with the U. States, and lately an officer in tural consequence of the war, but the punishment of ture-in these transactions, which cannot be
Providence, i. per ct. dis. the British colonial marlncs;" i tdl, leading his crine; a punishment, which the injured party has overlooked. Ambrister was executed in the
>vahliiton Bank, at \veteriy, V. do. and com tandieg the lower Creek Indiana in car- arighttoinflliC; but for this penalty to bejust,it very toIeth of the true sentence of the court o
Ot t .r o,!e 'lsnd note :, do. eying oai a w ar against the U S.17- to the last of m ust fall o the guilty h t te wl wd W n ies ru s, t heofore t
Hvo; k flolpsii 2n otes "h hn r ss liaplededngitto buturhid nus eseto rle.,,aridnees1",a2jonltvae naton, iti. Tere -In;Ieri. ile uiveralrndtheetofrettle s
a N 1 ich iargeshe pleaded guily, but urg s ghies te 't utey bt chastised in tile person, o uniform practice of generaJ officers in respect
Vli i *i~ not 'rs, Aif. w. t6Jfic ipna ry seised or taken, t he y are anou ,1 ], .i] [ .1. ,- to all sentences of courts martial in cases, in i
ir ,n s tk, 3 pr. ct. We shall not go particularly through themass bythi io thy ay e brtni t .:.e t., .. It which they have a right to approve or disap- [
HIn,, o0 Dlaware County,. "i2 do. of evidence before us; but it appears, that lutdly ccessary, clemency is to be used." prove, is this: If he disapproves, thesentence P
,iai l1' b hister;.,. Ar-luthnot did take a deep interest in the con-ourt for revso, together 0
rma, er' s 6k of'B cks Cr'u,, b" Z d,,.d te e ndiaens The friends of the measure add, that these ak t our eson, t hr
cernsof the Creek Indians. fe did persuade with the General's reasons for disapproving,- c
New Hop, telawa, l-Bri,)e' 6ch1y, then, that the Americans were bound by the ion, who instigated aud aided tie Indians if te court adhere to its last sentence, hat
Baink ofr M ollttifuitrv co. .it itorwiell, 1 a (tdo. them ,,, tha til Ame are ono better than they are ; nay, worse; arid Ifti cour a"d'ier to its luasti sateuiee, what t
Silver L aMnoter, 2S. do. treatyof Ghebt to give up the lands which the aare uo ter an they are; nay, worse; and and no other can be executed. The gene- e
linerporatled Banks, 2. a 50 do.. Indians had previously ceded to us ; anrd that that under theon yme efetna ruto oaso ral may, to be sure, pardon or remit altogeth-
VRGlINLIA NOTES. the Americans were guilty of fu er t pen- but likewise all who him and fight er ; but who will justify a person, who holds
aunk of Viri.i, I per ct. dis. croachmnents upon their soil. He did write, at forhiscause." Vattel, ook ch. 3. Sec. 9. e pe at' o mercy, executing an act t
Valley Bank, do the instance of the dians, to the British nun- An iow, what the ask as the character of vengeance tenfold greater than what was e
Fa.rmaers' Buk, k. do. ister, to the governor of the Bahamas, to Ni- And ow t thysk was h chaa ecreed by the court or jury ? s
o r mARYLAND. cholis, to the Spamsh governors at Hlavana of our enemy ? The observe scarcely one of Ihisis iswith a vengeance what Shakespeare f
S r 5 a 30 do. antid St. Augustine, in their behalf; complain- the rles of war.-They m' der men who are cals a devilish ercy in the judge"
po0 s 2, 5 L. ingi round terms of our aggresions ; stating nu i ars as w a t h ome ar.T Should any one doubt the peractc on these
i COLUM.VlIA DISTRICT. in sume of these letters, the necessity of sta- id Drit but m n to e occasions, we refer to the following extract b
ank of Colunnbia, at Washington, 2 do. tioning a British agent in the lIndian country cd k u rinkg ti e cmpa te from (Gen.) Macomb's Martial Law :"
O,,er Banks generally, do. to watch over thile interests of the savages: as ounr W i As no sentence of a "generlcoubt mfl w com-
el-h.it.. ..-- ^ I countryman rAses te tno psser ,.itelice oiageneraleouvt martial is com-
Mtewchats' B-..i '*" .-. ... pr, ar advanced, he attempted in some of 010 wl uil onf .-r plete until it lieas received theappiobation ofthe Pre- F
S-a -1.1'A.; "these letters, to obtain arms, ammunition and s. council houses o Kenhagees sidt of the Uuited States, or the commanderr in
Ztate B;ank of 4North cart lisaand au a1d o hs ltest btowi lu attna,, tl i n-g of tile ll I .. .
t Bn oforthCoinaaud 3 a 4 do. a ,respectable force" to aid the Indians; an town, tle ng o tle ickasukians, more chief to whom that power has ben specially delega.
its .ra.nces, 5 than fifty fresh scalps were found, and, in the ted, the president or such commander, diapproving S
,Newbemi anl Cape Fear, 4 a z do. on the back of the letter to Mr. Bagot, were of t setence, may order te court to re-consider or
#aware Notes. 0 a1. lo.- entered the numberof warriors whom the In- reewer p, eirroeedingsarid itecomend totheman
i havingtof a,,d -ra'd.-'-e- 30 do. dians could send intu the field, and the quauli- S.c ,s. .,C' red pole was erected, alteration of thrir jndginent; but as it is not consis-
South Carolia, ty of powder, im.s. ries and tomaiawks, crowned wtl the scalps, recognized by the e t 'lth th active po ers, unnder the constitu
G )r g en e e a 12. o. which they wanted.- It does appear thatI .ni o nio s or f Scott It ,- l autlirily, which belongsti alone to tile courts t
I. uclky, .d tanks, o a A6; new, uncertain liisu- these ways, Arbuthnot, a specially authorized io tl. ."s laid down by Vattel --. ofjiustice; sO the president ca neither himself alae ;
VanceCompanyill)opricei. agent fired their minds, and thus wroughtthernm .ytat "a h alls,. alteration in theseltenece of such courts nor coal. t
Oho,6ant3 liputn, e, s no ic. orte e,.. .. no" say thathle claims therightnrot only of refusing ait"t'tort yhe dthefehttii
Ohio, 6 a ier t. diL s. nlcoporated Banks, no deeds of barbarous warfare. But it does i that o. erto y.other ali there hatitis
pric not appear, except from the repetition by a quarter to a savage eoeny, but of killing Imn, cupe. "1 ..1-:it of le Oth United States todo
N wO Ients, ) 5P,'ei discolunt. v"''P "f: hen taken prisoner, 'in cold blood, yet ever) tile ..,,... I o ,,artal shallrnot ,meet his a
.New Orl, a al i per. i son third per.-on of the d.eclaraticns of thein- ll e takesno t "'' l lOappro- ti nis to order tie court to renew, their tpro-
:,lanu ,l Bank,par;,l 13111kof->.iada, par. dians, (a species of evidence we suspect inad- this does not justify the execution of Arbu- .. 1 .
oe fv. mot -i,|b -n ou co.utsta lt 1,0 .h i ir not and Amibrlster. XYou cannot separate the I Iv. President of the United States has thle power
-aro,. being ayoilin- courts t ie hrd dec ule from tihe condition. Wherever severity of pardoning or reamitting thie sentences of courtas-mar- a
-ourChiarhes, no paper will beissued float this press. "ad e lt.gtowari heU. tates is t absty nce.ry, cleency is to be ia This ranch of tie presidential prerogative is
if they did not surrender ihum tie lauds which ist r ,, i -, 1 .' .\ founded upon tn princmipe, tallaa tbe president re-
used." lThere may bei(ast S rlamraqinaUlca-fudduothprnilhaLstleIvsfet -
0n.tl iii-t. Cliaw 3'v 1,q waschoen had been ta~kea froin them, and thtl the Brit "" "", qui '"-preients the body of the public, and possesss by ddel
Oa the 8th inst. Qh.ura.s l.x.,,, Eq wa s chosen nwouldsiup ort tlii e6"- eof necessity so prcssi;g, that the care ot'our egation ail its powers and rights with regaeard to le
and lOE11o1veinSOent IIm OnCashisupOfort u itn I-or it.< ., <
Pesidnt, ad Josau 5. so, Cashier, of obberies on the.U. S. settlements ai own preservation obliges us to proceed (o ex- execution of the laws, all breacheus against tle public
tha.,liit r'obberies oa the u. S. setlemeiints and r r .,, law 'u i'econsid red a1 Oen ce "e'p I ll *i troiiii tin. iwnl i ,
,!), Bank of Chenago. murders committed on the Santilla rive, tremlities, which in any other circnmstannces I'. o 'n. t 'epeop .e
'murd rr thann theseuwoulda helabibert.. ..crimi..al., therefore, to tile I resides| as their representative.,it
0!1 he "~l ust. rtlfl.614 O LiFV- ate elogs orgh t t proimofeces agaistth pulc
On tihe thirst. theremTiu oi Lieut. Sunmas,, late were at his instigation." He did write to Gen. a t, be abo l r"mnal-- longsoightetoopwdone acs against tlie pli
werelmt at IIis r ,i-tp t-lie. did'. w, rite to Go. 1 When our safety is incompatible with.lthat and tie it is tot colnpteat for any court by its own
oftheiithlafaitlry,andoifl~ieat.CA siE,of ttlile Gaines, for1 kingIa tc..y,us .. shal u. st an enemy though subdued, (says Vattel Sec. authority to dispense with the rigor of positive laws,
who, d-r'ing thle Late war, were interred in tile public force to stop al, y armed Amenican Is from pas- 51, it is o f fall question, but that in cool however strogly tteparticularirumstaeofa ae
r' ou"l az8,cketts11Ibur, were removed to the sing my towns or my lands,'-lt would even u l u ', "' '-; may pi(oad forsuch dispensation; so itisof thete utmost
rilground a cketts Hrbr, wre removed to th seem, if his letter to Hlambly is to be credited blood great number of prisoners should be consequence for the ends of justice, that an equitable
;cenlpiry( of 'disoa iiracks, and their 'deposited that originally blie h iad attempted to keep ,wn put to death. But it is required, 1. That they power of this kind should be lodged with the chief uia-
ith ;ilia lon- thaeirt ferocity, alIe aUo act1, tle istig atr of were not promised their lives. 2. It must be gistrale, froa whose hands it is likely to be issued with
t fli aili tari~iy hiouor, tiieu' fe'rocity, anld noi. act the insq gatu." of "l tl"l ^u"- ":' l "t-* l" 't Jt he "e a unco of ata or 'm r "
th e ft. a.d m u rd e r.-," iv well e g e d e ven t o a ter ra b i y tat-,o urt, o y t"h e .. .s i < le ,a st n za rd o r s us picio n o ff pa r tialo r im pu re m s-
Stheft and murder 't appears that otn the 2d .... .81, c .. .u e i ves."
Lbraltrai.-'rhie GioeraioroftpperCanualdashann- .L ralu -e (,-Pdatlote, evidenuly aemanas such a sacrificee. .., Ipru- ',,. .
Li bealky Th i r L r a san- April, beforelour troops reached St.Marks, .. .r int i "h.l, Infactview tle case of Ambrister as we
nonnced that Mr. Dicso.N, proprietor of the town- -p3 'J dence will in any wise permit, either..to ce mrst : ,e
h oUifies,(iwiche wie to ls son at uia, te uain their parole, or disregard te e. will, it is imDossible for us to regard it in any
p of u,,iries, (in wich hs b dsoverca a vast of the Americans is to destroy the black th.r perfidious other igt than as an unnecessary, wanton
qu,1tntity oftGyptiumi or Ptaister oif Paris,) has granted ,n. ...,r^l rat ess, a generous enemy will rather listen to.ohe lgh tanasanune-ssr, wanton
n y of opaypom, or Plaistr of Paris,) has granted an of Suwany. Tell my friend Bo- s, generous enemy wi rat er e to a unprecedented transaction, for which
penrdis.ion, th!atGypsuo be take therelrone f ck (its military chief) that it is throwing a- thle voice of humai, than to that of atimo Ge. Jackso in particular ought to answer
lek itmntrybrfotattl tnulga r...u.; ...nspecio. t; is only ; t-e. w t*,'.e.Jason.prenrouhtoas r
a,3 c/hrgg, for tie space of three years, solely for the way his people to attempt to resist such a pow- r,"ous- i to.the constituted authorities of this country.
privateuie and coovenieticeof f riers." erful force as will be down on Suwany. As necessity which can justifyso terrible en.exe.
soon as thie Suwany is destroyed, I expect the ction(asothat ofHenryV. at the battle of EL
0gk N..oo:l t be rea. se from Americans will be satislfed and retire. He ,Ag nourt-gen h osec II. ling.--On Friday the4trinst. about700
,' 'Fat hi~s qtiestioni will be discussed this e- dd*urih..l...an vih om inn.... ure i s goeatl' to be pitie." In Spak=- --nFidyth this. bu'0
,,o ll d d did furnish the Indians with some annmuniton, 3 ... .... ... men of the neighboring townships, formed a
vening at the Fone.u; and the surpliusof tle evening about ten kegs of powder at Suwany, and per- ng of "or hard cases such as the pillaeaa hunting party. Thoe signal for proceeding was
d estr'uction ofltowns, Vartletsays, that 11 on-hni-at.Tl inlfrpoedn a
,ill beh generously aipropiited to the Nov York In haps that article at other times ; but he wish- -y.. aie o Frenchtown Mountain, which was
sli n.r lhk insttion of the r Anm nc It es s to believe in his detence, that it was on- ly enormousffences are to be punished in answered bv all the horns of the hunters, corn-
is .eafuvsly hoped, that thile iutertsting subject ofdis- iy to supply the Indians for hunting--though aces si tyit adwhse r iuor ifl tolistenolte ne. uprising a circuit of 40 miles, in the space of 15
s]on, combined ,iith the inoltant object of the thoe presumption certainly is, to help them to voice of humanity anrid clemency., l mites. The hunters then progressed towards
S opriation, wil draw an ovedo.vig louse. carry on the war. We concludefromthis And now, withthese requisitions staring us in a centre in Wysox township; shooting and
-' brief statement, th at Arbutlmot's conduct was the face, can we coollq lay our hands upon oi r driving the game before them, until the circle
Arbutlalo ad Amrits/ztrd.-Sinee the publication of calculated, though does not appear by strict hearts, and say, this was a case of that absolute became too small to use guns with safety ; the
the Documeiits ;u relation to the trial am exectiioa legal evidence that it was inlendled, to hurry an1d presig necessity as would justify a depar- animals were then attacked with bayonets fix-
ofthese nMen mostofour public journals have express- these fiery Indians into war: that he at- tLure from all the rules of humanity, and the uni- ed an poles, clubs, pitch-forks, &c. with such
edal opinion on tlhe subject, and that opinion, with tempted to procure for tlhein arms, ammunition form practiceofourown country? Toanswerthis. success that nearly 300 Deer, 5 Bears, 9
one or two exceptions, is uniformly and unequivocally and some troops, to defend them at last; and question, look at the state ofthin.gs at that very Wolves, and 11 Foxes were killed. It was
r.,i,,,t th, ,.ou...e pursed Gen.ackson. -e have that he did himself furnish them withasmall moment. Tbo order for holding the Conrtumar- calculated that 500 Deer, 10 Bears, and 20
ainst. th ,orse p rs .y ackso. eav e quantity of ammunition, lial bears date the 2a1h April. Arbuthnot was Wolves esscaped, together with a great num-
uire:idy very b.,eiy given our own opinion, and we As to Ambrister's case, it is stronger. It sentenced on the 27th-Ambrsteron ihe 9Sth- ber of smaller animals. The expedition was
!ow secret the following iroa) the Ricnh.m.dEnquirer. i appears thai he wore an uniform and sword; and they were executed on the 29th. On the 20th attended with many circumstances highly in-
!" We h;evefekcted this exposition of the case, in prefe- j was busy in sending offa detachment to meet ofApril (fivedaysbefore theorderingofthe Court teresting to hunters and closed, as usual, with
'ewce to any others, bee.ruse it is as candid as any we t the American Army-furnished the negro lea- martial,) G general Jackson thus writes to the Se- great irth ,
aiae ;eand, and pspeci'.i.y, because it comes from a de ;'s ill the Indian town with powder and lead, cretary of war ; r
uress which cannot be suspected of any partiality for i and recommended to them the making of I 1 believe I may say that thle destruction of
<'.es two uofortnnate en, orofany prejudice aainst" all, &c. quickly." Indeed, he confesses that this place, [Bowlegs' town] with the possession of Lake Fishery.-The Sacket's Iarbor paper
t',e Miitar Ci-,ie wh ised tl e warrat for (hdr : be ha led tho loe Crek Indians in, carry- St. Marks, having, oa the night of the 18th, cap gives the tollowmng as time produce of thle fishe-
,execution he, ho idte arn 0 "it g j n a, war against us; but pleads j~ustifica- tured the late Lieut. Anmbrister, of the British ry in that and Chaumont Bays, the present
a _ti0!n; the grounds of which do nut appear, marius corps, and, as represented by Arbuthnot, season.
.... These were abominable acts_-ittiy arc sneicessor to Woodbine, will end Ihe I~ndia'n wa'r eSi, oes o" LakR Hcrrinng4000 bbls.
From the Richmond Enquirer of Dec. 15. sch as every American must abhor, for the present; and, shoutdit be rnewed, tahe po- selling" price l7 per bbl. ia 28,000
RUTNO ND A RI .TE For these jts, Arbuthnot (', bing aasu iiion~laken, which ought to be held will enable a Whitefiah 1200 bbls. att $9 is 10,;00
APLTI.I DA^Roi ,,,ra 0z. 1 all plarly Ito pudt idowcn promptlyy" *** "Sahuon Trout 400 do. at $'14, is 5,600
The case ofthele men begins ia be a.,;itafed jest of G. c,,,.wis cwhom the Unitud States Oil the 26th-the date of the order, he writes *
in almost every shape before tihe Ameria are nt peace, ) was entned to bo bung, and thus: Total 5,600 bbls. amount $44,400
people. It is introduced into the Hail of Con- was ,, but g eA master was erst sentenced to Ihall leave this in two or three days foir" The distance comprised is less than 20
gress. It is ,ansssed wna;knost every private bed tish bante t courtim edate re deafor- Fort Gadsden, and after making all necessary miles, and the quantity is exclusive of he a-
circle; a,,d the discussion begins again to edthis sne c ofnm ute wth at b or arrangements fur the security of the positions bundance distributed freshin the country con-
crin tohe seewspa -Une the- chain t hard labor caeupe mont." and d" taehlin" a force to sctur.the tiuonguous to the fishing grounds.-Alb. Argus.
rwunstances. we conie forwi:ini, respecffaily, enimito had bro ibti 1.2ii caliendier months,. country west of the Appalachicola, 1 shall pro-
but fairly, to throw our mite inlo the public Getn. Jackson, iu his general order, "approves ceed direct far Nashville ; my presence in this Berlhi'e .Agricultural Socidy.'-lt appears by a
discussion.-Though we were not among the the finding and first sentence of the court, and country can be no longer necessary. Tiein- communications from the.presiddnt, that the society has
last td review ith< tran:sacione of the Seminole dis3.pproves the reconsideration of the sen- dian forces have been divided and scattered, disharued,since 1811, the .mn of 3,0.17 dollars 92
war ; though h aU.,thllie first to condeu the teace;" upSon this extraordinary ground : out off from all cotimudication with those un- cents, i nII ;i],[, ,J ...li ;I.. ,t r.1 ,i i* p m.,,,:ipal-'
.capture e. t i Spanish posts.by Major Gene- It appears, from the evidence and plead- principled agentHofforeign nations, who hi'va 181 h the .oiy ,..I,. te ., .... w 'emiuh' ,
.ral Jackiso, and t, urge thfei restitution ; ingot the prisoner, that he did lead and com- deluded them to their ruiu.: teh/yhave ntlthe whtch are to be awarded in October nrxt.
thouglhfor seve.raldi onnths the public prints of niand within the territory of Spain, (being a power, if the will remain, of again ahnoyins For the hbst method ofrecovering worn
_ this potillry g((Id of Eg'lahud have rung with subject of Great Britain,) the Indians in war our frontier." out fields, founded on experience $20
the meiancbuly Gased' of these two English- against the United States, those nations being The war ended for the present-orlfrenew-. Iior the 2,) best 10

S ene; yetnpon this poinlt'welttnughtitour'du- atpeace. It is an established principle of the ed, a small party enabled to. put ct lin ora pcesograss, ong t
...o, p u t U t h e so li a n d c l i at e0
ty to hold back, .so much depended upon lawsof nations, that anlly individual of a na- pronply-.L-the Indiansscatterfedand divided- "T "d bst id c
Facts; and pm a case where sensibility wasso tion making waragainst thecitizens of any o- without thepowcerofagain atloyi i ourfron- F.orthleb-'t "p rln'rrhard. "lani.f',n
apt (a be daiicd, there was such a scope ai- Iher naijop they beaig at peace, forfeits his tier-iwe de'napd, whenceti he danger of-spar- j'3- "
.. ',

:;.:" 2, b.,t ,
'or the i..st mai.c :i.b;.ildi, ti ces "20
For 2d \ a: 10
For tile t.' u]til-d and org'n;:e: f :'mn 33
C,. Trrumbull's Pumnfing.-This splendid painting
si been reirovw d from Fauniel Hall, tothie regretwe
ar, of mniny of our citizens, though.thousands availed
lemselves of the opportunity oft viewing it. It is to
e put up in the H-111 olf Congress, during the. ...-jth
"Jauaary ; and iu the interim may prob.tbly t.. e s.-
ihited at Philadelphia, for a week or two. 'Iih, t e-
iplit for the thnre weeks, in which it has been expo
d at Fanuiiel IlH.i, are as iboltosr :
First week, 633 00
- Second week, 339 75

P.(:;OnA.N-AaTTLi : ,0I;: Aua!i..
ThiA splendid Painttg, fromu the pen[1ci of .';I'. ;Q,.-
ker, o l oL o: n se is on .of tI e in1. ]] -.| I... 1 ,h i 1, *
in this city. It contains a faitlifl represeatatiom oft'd
attack o' Algiers, by the British and D -1. i.-t, !n .
der Lord lxorth, which reabed in ., .* l,,,.;'o
of the Algerine navy, castlies and for'tification, ,and 1,4
S I Ht .: 1 th.: ji I' ;.:. -,.- 1 1 t i : ... r ilt-
t*' t .,-l I it h ih.i ..o e v .'i.- I .- ,-L .. I Chri"s.-
li' -:, heId tj ii..e hI rliili un 1 il 1 a i [ .. l bqan -
age. Every object of interest which prsented .itse-
on the da of battle s correctly letbet aJ i a.-
not but excite in thle beholder feelings of the most.
lively interest. A Si' aCfATO .,

.Third week, 7T U 0 *
Total, ". 1702 25 From the St. John's, N. B. Price Cwurrcntof Dec. 1.
Bos. Gas. New York Apples, 17sa 6d a 21s 3d ; Beef. uiess,
30s per 200 Ibs ; cairgo 70 a 65s; Breadi, ship, 30s per
HAn. STowN, (Md) Dec. 15. ;wt; pilot 50s; Sanon, 60 a 65s; Am. Iour, super- .
1The Parriside Caovirted.-We neglecLed to state in fine, 55 a 60s; fine, 2s 6d ; Rye, 35 a 40s ; Plaster of
ur last thit the trial of George Lieir, M ho was coin Paris, 12s 6d ; Pork, 130 a I.t0si; Rice, 35s a 410s per
itted to Ihe jiil ofthiscounty,oin September last, for cwt- Tobacco, leaf, 9d a Is; fig, ls 3,1 ; twivt, Is 3A
t murder of his fatheier, came on before the county a Is 6d.
ourt. at its last" session ; he was fouad guilty of uiur-

en i the second degree, and sentence to the pen-
tutiary for eighteen years; eighteen mnonthsof which
me e is to be confined in ths solitary cells.
RALEIGH, (N. C.) Dec. 18. 3
ookert6n Academy Burnt.-A letter from a respect
ble gentleman in Greene, to Win. Pope, Esq. a mein- i
er of the Legislature from that county, gives us the
elancholy inellieueethlat Hookerton Academy wvas
onsunied by fire on ilie night of the Mill Oct. The I
braryand othierproperty of thile Pithian Society were
destroyed with thle building. So rapid were tlie flames 'o
iat not an article could be saved ; thle whole build- v
og being in a blaze within 30 minutes from lthe first
appearance of thle fire, which, it is supposed, originat-
d in the upper story. 1
Cai.nronrS(,Dec. 15.
John Robinson, James Malone, and John Bell,; thie I
r'ee others concerned with Daniel James and Solo-
ion Combo, in a highway robbery, were taken on s
aturday afternoon, on James' island, by some sol-
iers from Fort Johuson, and have been committed to
Welearn that the gentleman who was last robbed
ad with fim a considerable sum i of money, which
;as fortunately preserved, by his having sewed it in
he lining of his waistcoat. Thile robbers plundered
imin of all the money he had in his pockets, but after-
ards returned him some small change, to defray his
expenses to Georgetown.

From the Quebec Gazette.
His grace the Duke of Richmond has been pleased
o appoint the Rev. John Bethune to the living of
lontreal; an exchange having been effected between
hat gentleman, and the Rev. John Leeds who goes to
Brockville in Upper Canada.
From the Delaware (Ohio) Gazette, Sept. 22.
Stop the Svindlers!-We the undersigned, citizens
of the town of Delaware, beg leave publicly to repre-
ent that-a number ofpersonss not otherwise employ-
d, having obtained a plate from Canada, set up a press
n this town, and struck offsome thousands of five and
en dollar notes, the style of which is nearly as followios,
o wit: The President and Directors of the Scito kx...
lorting Company promise t9pay,&c, A vast quantity of i
thispaper ties beenexecidid, signed Syl. More, Presi-
test and Jas. W. Crainord,Saml. Al'Arland and many
others as Cashiers, and attempted to be put into circula-
tion by Samuel Cooper and others, as is reported, now
engaged for that purposein various parts of this and the ,
adjacent states. .. ....
The public are notified, thatthere isnihn'eality no such
Bank, nor a cent of capital to, rededrm said paper-that
the persons engaged in this business are without prep-
erty or honorable employment, and are generaLy in
solvent debtors and vagrants. And that they, hIving
or the most part dispersed in every direction, are now
engaged in this nefarious transaction, defrauding the
poor and ignorant of the reward of honest industry,
and perhaps their only means of support, during ile
approaching winter. Such barbarous villains should
be scouted from Society, and the stroke of justice laid
leavy upon them.
oseph S Hughs, Jacob Drake,
Paul D Butler, J. M Smith.
Emry Dennet, PIardn .Sprug:e,
lames IVulcotl, Solwman Smith,
Sidney Moorc, rxiea Kilbourn,
ANah Spalding, Thma. Butler,
Wm Little, 'mv, Mansour,
Reuben Lamb, Jas Dunlop, imn.
M. D. Petibon, Henry Smith.
On quoting tilhe above, the Binghamton P,'hinia. of
tle t7th.)3ut adds '"ive persons, ne by tihe ams e of
S.tumel Cooper, and ?ilpposed to be the person alluded
o in the above, another by the name of Warren i.
Fields, and three others residing in thetownof Union,
were apprehended in this county a few days since, on
Charge of swindling, bfor attempting to pass bills of
the Sciota Exporting Company." Five or six thon-
sacd dollars were found il the possession of Fields.
and among them all about seven thousand. Cooper
and Fields state themselves to be residents of Dela-
ware. (Ohio,) whidi place they left about tile nonth
of September last, since which time they have bnein
eugaged oin journey of business through Virginia, Mea
ryland anid Ieinsvlv:niia;. Tliwy, with two of0 lie
others were committed to jail in this village, and the
ifth admitted to bail."
For the Anniversary ofl Christmas Day, December
25th, 1818.
Unto us a Child is birn: unto us a Son, is given, &c
-Grace and Truth came by Jesus Ch ist.
To us, this day, a Child is born:
To us, a promised Son is given,
Whose lustre shall the earth adorn,
And fill the vast expanse of heaven.
A Messenger of great Design ;
His counsels truth and grace display;
Father of future age divine;
The Prince of Peace, mild as the day.
His sway paci fie shill prevail,
Through circling ages safe remain,
On David's throne and kingdom still,
He Right and Justice l'-ill maintain.
What power benignant shall reveal,
This King sublime on all our coasts ?
JEHOVA!'s favour, love and zeal,
The God of Grace, and heavenly honts.
Philadelphia, 21st Dec. 1813.
Oh that I ere as in 7hontls past.r-
Job. 29 2. ..
How painfully pleasing the fund reclleclioa,
Of youthful connexions and innocent joy;
When blest with parental advice and affeotinl
Surrounded with luerciesiwitilh peace fri'om .n hgh
I still view the chairs of mly sire andl my mlother-
Theseats of theiroat pring,as rang'l oni each iand i
And that richest of Books, which vxcelld every other,
Tile Famni/) Bible,, whiich lay on tie stani--
Tvle old fiasliow'd Bible, tile dear bles?.ed Bilelo
The Family Bible, ,h clh lay on thile stand.
That Bible, ihe volhne of God's inspiration,
At inorn aud at evening, could yield us ,illiht,
And tlie prayer of our s ire was a sw1eft iunvoc:lion,
For mercy by day, and for safety through night,
Our hyanis of thaiksgiving with hbarnony ,,-,i...
All warm from tile hearts of lthle Iumilly baud,
Half rais'd us fro:) earth to tf.lt rapturous dwelling,
DescribedinA the Bible that l.y on the sta1--
TIhe old fashioned Bib)e, the dear hlcssed Bible,'
Tlie Fanmi;l Bible, which lay oa the stand.'
Ye seeics of tranquility, loiig iave we parted,'
fy hope's ahnost gone -aand my parents .n *;are--
In 'sorrow and sadness, I live broken hearted,
And wander unknown on a fair distant shore;
Yet how can i doubt a dear Saviour's protection i
Forgetful of gifts fr'om his bountif>r land :
O let me wilh patieice receive hii corrcrtidci,
And think of the Bihh-', that lay oa the sland-
The ohl fa hhio'd Bible, the dear blessed ih!.,
Ti;B}aO '.' "'I Vi,''*, that lav loi t!;re uSe'd l!!

cza, Lu tlo teSpanisht auithi'i-, I am',uirrce'Ld to
issue orders to carry this determination into ef-
fect. You will, accordingly, give the necessary
orders to the commandant at Pensacola to sur-
reuder that place with the Barancas, to any
Spanish officer properly authorised to receive
them. Authority from the Governor General
at the-Ilavatia, or the Spaniah minister, Don
Onis, is considered sufficient; or, in case the gov-
ernor, late in possession of West Florida, Don
Jose Masot, should himselfappear to receive pos-
session, it will be restored to him on his own au-
thority. St. Marks will be restored to the late
Spanish commandant, should he appear to re-
ceive it, or to any officer having similarauthority,
as in the case of Pensacola, provided he is accom-
panied with a sufficient force to garrison it, so as
to prevent the post from being seized by the hos-
tile Indians. Its situation inthemidst of the hos-
tile Indians, renders this precaution necessary.
You, who have an accurate knowledge of the
strength of the Indians, and of the post, will be
able to give precise instructions on this point.-
It is sufficient that the Spanish force be so consid-
erable as will probably prevent any attempt by
the Indians to occupy it.
Public property will be restored in the condi-
tion, as far as practicable, in which it was taken
possession of. On evacuating these posts, you
will make such arrangements as will be thie best
calculated to hold the Indians still remaining
hostile, in check, and to coyer our frontier.-
To effect these objects, it is thought that it will
not be necessary to take post to the west of tlhe
Appalachicola, within the Florida line, as the In-
dians in that quarter are said to be very incon-
siderable. You will, accordingly, station the
troops which may be thought to be necessary
forthe protection of the frontier on our side of
the line, unless your impression should be decid-
edly different from that which I have stated ;
in which event, you will take post at any point
which you my judge proper, within the country
possessed by the Indians. On f1re cast of the
Appalachicola you may station the troops ou
either side of the line, as you may judge proper.
Fort Gadsden, besides admitting of great facili-
ty for supplies, appears to be a very commanding
position, andoughtnot to be evacuated. Should
you think so, you will retain it, and garrison it
with sufficient force.
I trust you will be able to make such adistri-
butionof your command as to alffobrd, with vigi-
lance, effectual protection to the frontier, with-
out resorting to the militia. It is of great im-
portance if the militia can be dispensed with, not
to call them into actual service, as it is barrassing
to them, and exhausting to the treasury, Pro-
tection is the first object, and the second is pro-
tection by the regular force.
I have, &c. J. C. CALHOUN.
Brevet Major General E. P. GAINLS,
Fort Hawkins, Georgia.
[This concludes the letters.from the W'ar Dpartu.et
to Generals Jackson anid Gaines. & to Governor lib; ]
(To be continued.)

Prepared by Dr. John P. TWitwell, Boston.

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OF THE SEM1INOLE WAR. December 26C!. 1817.
.1.1 Sfir : 1Yourliic',-l' ofNovember tIhe 2thi, and
Rc.,.L crui.NT Trs Ons.Nrru .s: of the 2d and ;d inst. were received by this
(CurntinCd.) morning's mail. T e fate of the detachment
(Conlinued.) under Licut. Scott, is much to be regretted ;
Letters Jron tle War Deparltment to major but, under all tle circumstances, no blame can
Gen. Gaines,, ..-,...,r G, .vl. -.n, and to attach to yourself, or the officers immediately
the Governor Extract ofa letter from George Graham, act- vember was given, directing you to repair to
ing Secretary of WVar, to Gen. Gaines, dat- Amelia Island, it was hoped that thle Seminoles
ed thie 30th October, 1817. would have been brought to their reason, with-
"I have the honor to acknowledge the re- out an actual use of force, and that their bos-
ceipt of your letter cf tHie 1st inst. covering a utility would not assume so serious an aspect.
copy of the reply which was made by ten of It is now a subject of much regret, that the
the Senienole towns, to the demand made by service in that quarter has been deprived of
you, on them, for the surrenderof the mur- your well known skill and vigilence.
derers of some of our citizens.' Before this will reach you, it is hoped that
1 The papers have been submitted to the the views of the President, ia relation to the
President, and I am instructed by him to in- settlements on Amelia Island, will have been
form you, that be approves of thle movement i effected. Should that be the case, it is his
of the troops from Fort Monigomery to Fort wish that you should immediately repair to
Scott. The appearance of this additional Fort Scott, and resume the command, till
force, hlie flatters himself, will, at least have Gen. Jackson's arrival, to whom orders have
the effect of restraining lthe Seminoles from this day been sent to command there; or, if
committing further depredations, and, per- you should think the force under your com-
haps, of inducing them to make reparation for mand sufficient, and other circumstances will
the murders which' they have committed.- admit, to penetrate through Florida, and co-
Should they, however, persevere in their re- operate in the attack on the Seminoles. Iam
fusal to make such reparation, it is the wish of not sufficiently acquainted with thbe topogra-
the President that you should not, on thai ac- pby of the country between Amelia and their
count, pass the line, and make al attack upon towns, to say whether it is practicable, or
thein within tie limits of Florida, untilyou what would be the best route; but it is not
shall have received further instructions from improbable that some advantage might be ta-
this department." ken of the St. John's river, to effect the ob-
You are authorized to remove the Indians ject. Should it be practicable, it is probable
still remaining on the lands ceded by the trea- efficient aid might be given to the attack on
ty made by General Jackson with thle Creeks them, as the attention of their warriors must
and, in doing so, it may be proper to retain be wholly directed towards Fort Scott. Should
som,- of them as hostages, until reparation you think it practicable and advisable to co-
rn:iy have been made for the depredations operate with the force under your command,
which have beencomminitted. On this subject you will leave a' sufficient umber at Amelia
thoweer, as well as tie manner of removing Island, to retain tile possession of that place.
thelm, you will exercise.vou'r discretion.I- have the honor to be t-c.
Mc i rtosh and the other chief's of the Creek J. C. CALHOUN.
Nation, u hbe were here some time since, ex- Brevet Maj. Gen. E. P. GrAINES.
pressed then, decidedly, the unwillingness to
permit any of the hostile Indians to return to An extract ofa letter to brevet Maj). General
their nation." Edmund P. Gaines, dated Department of
IP. S. The authority to remove the In- War, January 10th, 1818."
dians witl, of course, not extend to those In- The honorof the United States requires that
diana, and their families, who bave claimsto the war with the Seminoles should be termina-
re-ervations ufluind under the treaty.' ted speedily, and with exemplary punishment
Copy of a ieciter from George Graham, acting Iecrc for hostilities so unprovoked. Orders were is-
taby of 'at, to General Gameins, dated 2d Decew- sued soot after my arrival here, directing the
heri, 1817 war to be carried on within the limits of Flori-
SI--Your letter of the 9th ult.advising ofthe da, should it be necessary to its speedy and ef-
call on the Governor of Georgia, to assemble the fectual termination. The orders, I presume,
auxiliary force which had been previously re- bave been received.
quired, by you at i-ort llawkis, on the2tith ul- As soon as it was known tliat you had repai-
ti.o, has been received. red to Amelia Island, in obedience to orders,
It ishoipe.o that the letter adldressedl to you, and it being uncertain iow long you might be
from flin D 0armnd n the 8h Oct..i;r-, will a
have been received, ail that onh w,,ll (onIfinew detained there, the state of things at Fort
your operations to theolie its Al;led in that comn- Scott, made it necessary to order Gen. Jack-
municatiou, and to ,u( h a disposition of the reg- soe to tate command there. From his known
iular force unitr yv,,ur comn-u!, as wil deter promptitude, it is presumable that his arrival
the Seminole luiima. I'n mo;,:;,,ii frherIdepre- may be soon expected: and, in the mean
nations on the fronier-s of Geor-ia. time, full confidence is placed in your long es-
Thestate ofiouir .e,;ci',a;t, with S:ain, and tablished military talents. I hope the junc-
the teinper ma listed i 0y 10e t!e princ-ipal Eu- tion of the militia will enable you to carry on
ropvan powers, make it itrpolitic, in the opinion oniensive operations, and to restrain thle enemy
of the PresideiA, to m,-e a force at this time into from depredations on the frontier.
the Spanish pc..so ions, for thelq ere purpose of J. C. CALHOUN.
chastising the s.eninoles for depredalionu which Extract ofa letter from J.C. Calliou, Secretary of
have heretofore been committed by them. W ,r to Major General Andrew Jacksondated 9lth
I have, o.c. &S*,- January, 8118.
Copy of a letter fiom J. C. Calhouun. Secretary of Your letters of the 12th and 13th inst.
War. toGn. Gains, i dated 9th Dec. 1817. are received. The measures you have taken
Sir-Your letter bearing date the 21st ultinuo, to bring an efficient force into the field, are
and aidvisindofthe arrival ol the 1st brigade ati approbated; and a confident hope is enter-
Fort Scotton hIe 19th ultiimo, an..1 thie subscqnlot gained, that speedy and successful termina-
attack on the Indians at Fowl-town, has been re- io of the Indian war, will follow your exer-
ceived. Although the necessity ofthls attack tions."
r..1]n. ""*l. effusionof blood is exceed-
i ,.i. i -.. .L ; ,!, yei, it is hoped, that the Extract of a letter from thle Secretary of War,
prompt me-asures which were taken by you on to Major General Andrew Jackson, dated
yourarrival at Fort Scott, and tho display of'such DI'EPARTMENT OF wA.ll,
a.u ediC;ent furcein that quarter, will induce the February 6th, 1818
ladias to abstaii ironm further depredations, and I have tle honor to acknowledge the re-
to sue ir pe-,ce. -ceipt of your letter of the20th ultimo, and to
aer to the letters adressedto you o c.quaint you with the entire aprobation of
this depar-tLoent on lthe J0th of October, and e t he President of all tie measures whichiyou
2dfDecember, as maniestingthe viwsofthe have adopted to terminate t he rupture with you
President, I have to request tht;at you conform o ae d ed to rmmate the 'rptare with
th" -" is "ei yve Should the In- theh Idians. The honor of our arms, as well
the n uctttU nioll s th erein give n. Should ehe In- sthe In in t s
dians, however, assemble in force on the Spanisl as the interest of our country, requires that it
side .:f he line, and )ersevere in committing hos- should be as speedily terminated as practica-
tili;.,-- -ithin the limits of thie United States, you ble ; and the confidence reposed in your skill
will, i '!i.t event, exercise a sound discretion, atnd promptitude assures us that peace will be
as to ,.n proprietyy of crossing the line for the .restored on such conditions as will make it
purple o-fattar;king them, and breaking up their honorable and prermaanreut."
towns lave, c. DEPARTMENT or wAn,
Coy '.s ,'Iter .r1n 0. C. ollio i. Seert'ary of 13th Mav imI
-,r. to Generail Gines, dated !6th December, Sir: Your letter of the 15th A prl, was a
117.r: On e receipt of this letter, should few days since received. Not anticipating
he Smioa the: lrecdipt of this letter, shou dak re- your return to the territory, my last commu-
'para:ioo- fc i ns.-ir outriles and depedations nication was directed to your former residence
para:io:, tig -.c.sr of the United detatpeda it ions ie nGeorgia; but, I presume it has been for-
mo te Przsidsnt, that you consider your- warded to you, and i will not, therefore, re-
wi: peat"its:contents.dI do hope thatctiledwrryhas-
Seli .; ibeity to march across the Florida et ihs ,oterts. I do hope that ti war hase
Jin .ud tV ;attack them within its limits, ee this, terminaed'i the submission of the
s~r.;l;! it be fouad iiecess.>rv, unless (troy i-'ieinoles; but, if this should not be the fnct,
should shlcer themseces un der a Spanisi 3you will make such arrangements, and incur
s h o u d s h l i c r t h e m el v e u n d r a p a n sh u c h e x p e o c e a s i n y o u r j u d g m e n t, t i le d e -
fort. Ino the last 'vent, you will immediately ufe ce ofthe territ your jmay rdgment, the de-are
ni!ty this department, tc o te y y require. ou are
nI have, -c. authorized to draw on tlhe Department for
DErA1TeNTrOF W i, funds to cover the disbursements ypu may or
December 26th, 1V17. der. Enclosed is a copy of the order autho-
Sir-Yu il! repair, with a little delay as rising General Gaines to carry the war into
Sir-You will repair, with as little delay a,3
practicable, -o Fort Scott, and assume the FlosMida, and you will consider it as furnishing
immediate command of thle forces in that sec- authority to the troops of the territory to pass
tion of the southe.rn division, thie Florida line, should it be necessary. I
The inir:inq dipla ,hostile intntionsend also a copyof a message of the President,
oc' i : ist yf hostile intentions colru:unicating information in relation to tie
by the -. ., ,', i. l..iAi sMay render it ncces- "emionule war. General Jackson is vested
sai y to cone elrate all th e c oa tig -us and b it h f all p:t c dc t th wa ri n ut e -
disposabe forr.e of your division, upon that wt fl o o o ct t arn te n
q-w.. e". The regular force now there is about ncr which he may judgee best.
i;h; 1111aadred !long, and one thousand mili- have thc Ionr to be, &c.
tir<,*,f the Stab; of Georgia are called into is Ecellenc W. W .. CALHOUN.,
serviceGtneraIGainses matesthstrengt Goveror oAlabata Territory
of the I ndians at tw.o thousand seven hi tltd re-l. oeor0 lb arrnr
Si,,ull yoa ba ot ,:jinion that our ,lu bers DEPARTrHErT OF u WAR,
a ;;;ou smalitoe beat Ihe enemy, you will call 19th Aug. 1818.
ou the ex-cutives 91" the adjacent states for Sir: I send the enclosed extract from lhle
sueh au an.'di'.inal tirlitia furcea as you may letter uf the Secreetay uf State to the Spanish
deem rwqisite. Minister, in relation to St, Marks and Peusa-
Gen.r ;' Gaines 1".1 been ordered early iu coia. My instructions to you of the 14th inst.
last ;~tio;i to re'pe,. :..* Amelia Island. It is .contained llie snbslance of this extract; and
prc:,ri;.i that he has, (herefore, rehnquished my object in cinnunicating it now, is that
the cotmmnand of Fort Scott. .Subscqutit or- you may be in possession of the precise ideas
dcrs iavc been giveo to Gen. Gaines, (copies communicated to the Spauish Minister, in
of which w/ri bo furfiashed yon) advising hirn case anydiiricully should occur.
that you would be directed to take the comn [ I have, &:, J. C. C'A '.!'l .
mand, and direct ltulInto to re-a snme, should Gen. E. P. G. s, XEs.
hle dei; the lh.Ubiic Kiteret to require i the DEPARTMENT OF WVAR
coniuln:iud at Furt Sco[t, .til yui should ar- 14th Au, 1318.
rive teae. lf, howe, e'r, t!,e General should Sir ; T enclose for your inlornation a copy
have progressed t. I;lorida. before tire subse- of tie orders to General Gaious, growing out
quest jrcders may Lave rt-,ched him, he was tlhe alae decision uf the President, relative to
instructed to penetrate to lhe yominolc towns, S. Marks and Po nacoa.
throngli ,tie.Fli'rida.%, ,rovidid the strength of 1 was directed by the President to wait the
s t a a .ac.:ia wo,"d justify his co- ; reply of teB Spanish Minister to Mr. Adam's
S-i'-.- in r -tnsive <>viC'alious. letter to him, which not being received until
.,,, thti >iw,3o..:uany be pIpared to con- !the day before yesterday, hi.is caused so great
contrate your focus oad to adopt the necessa- !a delay as to render it necessary to send the
ry incau, es, to tcrninuate a conflict, which it ;orders direct to Ge0. Gaiues, without passiaug
be'.2"; l-he .-esire ofi Pr3edent, from con- | them through ou.

isterai;:>im-, ul human0, to avoid, but which is I have, c. J. C. CALHOUN.
1lvr- z:nade necessary, by their settled hostility. Maj. Gen. A-'DW.,w Jcnwso:, Nashville, Ten.
','ith great respect, Il have the io1r, &c.-W
J. *li CLHOUN. *1)epartmnclt of State,
..i.Gn.A J.C.:AOJ"oill 14th Aug. 18118.
C;..n.o .outnDivpso.. iAThePresid.n t having determined t -
(.'::d~' o~ill rnD i~ q }-ore St. Marks -au,. Pe ntsac ob, wia, ; t htIIe t!ar n-

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slightly concave attlachled to each eM1 hy a nialic instrumnitps timed and.repaired. r FOR EXG1I-.X1), direct". )
slide and double hinge. This Tius, is so con-tructld A School for l s:ruction on the Piano Forte, H. B. M1. Packet I..ORMI)SIDaIOUTIH
in all its parts, as to induce an apploximation of the Violin anild Clarinet, Flute, Fag'eolette and dont- '.-. will sail on Thursday, the 7th of Jan-
sides of the rupture, and toeffect a radical cure o1 all hble Flageolett. dec 1I-C&S3m rynxt, for Falmouth, direct For anu-
childh en, aud in recent cases in lipaitlhy adults by au : ---- --- nim n cct tor pp ssage
actgal adiatin o tele i upt tad u pt a Chlniiw, Glass & Earthenrware, .tsgency, having superior acconmmodations, apply to tha
actual a~giutiaaition of tile i ptur,.d tmarts. C-n.GaszEaleawe g~N
The subscriber being well aware of'i *i. -u......,of FrB [ VI S BAKEWEALL, having been ap- catain onil board, at I twr No. I f E. R. or to
those females, who are unfortunately more subject to j pointed Agent for a princiial \lanufactory NEWvMAAN & BRAINE,
crral and naval ruptnres, and wvhose u,.de-st;, some- in Etn'xlan, solicits the attention of those Mel'- dle 0 11 IFul'on-treet.
lies inleranc t i ttile fdager eef r at laii ll- chants and I )ealcrs, who have been in the haoit A CALi.
cpsneileet Until too late for'relief. atxouslyde~i -estM c 1t Is .' 's .'A CA .
make known to all such that they can now he aecom- ofitiporting the above mentioned articles. AUDLEFR, Patentee of the ASIATIC
modated with a safe,convenientand effrectul remedy. T. B13. pled-ros himself, thaterders received by a.Ao 1E;NITIVE FOR PAIN rcturus hi
The almostuaniversal nev.lect of mothers, in ire 'rd him, shalli be.selected with an sexactnucs, and ex- thanks to the public and his friends, for their pa
to rtuplured children, I% out resorting to co ,et.e erouted with a promplitudi, which will entitle his tronage to the -above Medicine, and informs those
mens ia t melancholy ; al the nniortuaae child h t l patronages
is growig up to manhood, is liable to linger out a pain- ; l>use to a liberal patronage. Terms accommo- gentlemen who have transmitted hili orders, that
ful exince, or be stennel to an itinely gIrave: datingg. they shall be attended to as soon as possible, as
but to thle joy of suclh t parents, lthey mi y now leIarn, T. U. tcdei'6s his acknowledgments to his for- he h:\s a large supply now illn preparation and
that thliuse evi can be perfectly avoided by I. ...* ; -inler ('<1 i.oiin. crl an i!irins liBmL an the lepublic, shall be thankful to those who m, ay ftavor i for
to thle rse of tire subscribers Trkisses ; a i, 3 ... that his individual slock of China, G lass and thei ame. A line frontrany p art of the Union,
which, for diffitereut ruptures, attending male ani fe. ,, hm A ,i i p -, a- t e rom any part of the Union,
imales, will be foufil at iost of lhe 1. giSt Sunres E artheuiw er, eis .. at r,< a ed prices, at addressed lo the P1tentee, (poet paid) will be at-.
throughout the United States and Provinces ofCana pae pb ic n 1t Th,? who iv..lh to la ail then- tended to withI punctuality. dec 17-C&S4t
da. solve: ol raue opiortuilySr ohtainieg a cheap
The subscriber is aware that efforts are making to assortment, will final it to tneir advantage to at- Lage quantity of REGUILUS OF ANTI-
intr'oduce auoL.-O, YL'Co's, E,.,.' i,I .I .-... .-- i t(, the sales, w.likh will continue Tuesdays MIONY, for iale at a rednue.d prince-in-
adjnsti iTrar,ls' under tie nai,, i ,I ...... .il- and Thurdays, at Not. 51 Maide-lae, until qnircof H. HU PIREYS, at A. PaulPs Print-
proed l 1atlftsii fadjitin i tiii I n," "hlurl] iotlie cc"l) ,t No .. 5 Sl id t-kn, unti (il of Hi ^"* -i-' i iui!
lrePt et airtioinl lII i',',, resell,. iul-,, if i0 s l;e o the whole is sold. Sterns liberal to wholesale i-ng Office, 142 Water-street, New-York.
hut more "-. I .I',".'l experience i tthe u!of th. i-s andtr.so.er ,lealdrs. dei. 22-;-lw dere 10 C1(&Slw"
T ausses, has cotvilced the ill' crihe l inha they are
very illconvellient ariL d irejuidicial to the wai'er. 'i he 1 "'1{b!ON C. M()^RRiSON, h-iuggist, 18 8 Green- i lik NOTESa ol the MONTUREA.\L BANK.
pad of tile for'imer moving in every direction on a ball %wich-street, offers for saleL- are redeemed at par, liy
orlkuob, thereby losion its place and illo;0iug tlle hi- 6()) Ilhs. Gnlli Camnphor PiME, WVAIIM S SANDS:U
lestilnotoesrtpeid becoine brolisdil hetwef l Dl.i pad 74 carl'ovs iE:glisli Oil Vitroil oct7-C&S 42 EVall-stre'et.
and sound parts ofthe boh lyl ; and l.ti- [lrll[;e i tlthe i uip 10 l d 1 ia p eE.
t-"e being very conv ex, it thereby thrusts itsl, iiio 10 do. d l ses a.Fortis A OT
the opening aund eula'es il- diminsoi^s ; e iheni fji'ni 500 0 hs. Antimony Crude rBN N.OTES .? .
a more eonflired laternat.otion, by reaols ofta tlun!,le 20 carboys Spirits Sadls j j I ',D b I A I KS BllANCH NOTES, fo-"
hli.,ge and a concav, surface, witih a fliat order, 5 !oxes Castile anti 50 ) do Windsor Soap ,. safle at a discount at \ I.I .1 ',. Lottery &
while rests witli perfect ease upon the plhid and walls 10 do Transpareut Soap .xclhanige O(iice. No. 122 Broadwav.
.f thile aperture, (as lithe pad ofthe .uhscribers) it con. 200 ls pure Ground Camwood Whel're all kinds of uncurrent Bank Note. are
vt an ir e ss ie f -,,, fetruuirte ther, r 500 lbs Cud Bear, 2(t00 do Vermillion discountedl at the lowest rates. dec 10
..I. .....,I .. ,.. ,veIes,which bc 'Idical ,n i 2000 do Liquorice Rooi, 1000 dodo Ball (l INGOL ULOM'IS.
iA m.ousliared as the cause of their uiniling, and i 12 ca:nisters Oil Almonds OTIN M'CRA IAK Las just rSeeived, i
lichl alote lthe cure,- ,i the disease consists. 500 lbs 1Peppiermiet Lozenges ret f on, tAle lanlila ,ust aeneived, a pci-
in coiatirminaio ol'f tile superiority of thle subhsriher. 5000 do 1 ile Vitroil rrs, andkepcon-
Truii-sl thc. III~lersigni~d has the s factlnin lr) Jlu.en M lh, O^ alily haoi l a ler<.1- assorfelent of s, pperior
'ie folloi;i.g lecou iinl atus aild certiiat lr,> *'100 do Al. Amon ioUia C Drude Dutch Bioli "'.!,tiis,) wurranted to be th best
some ofl tie must respectable Medicdl Societlies in tw '200o gallons Castor Oil that (a ha rb I P 1 ,-,r sale, lower he believet
UnitedStalea. 200 Ihs Hted Precipitate- th th-1y 'I e ,.r et loere l s,
At a mineetling of tile State Medical Society in \ h.- 63 ",sk,, Copperas, 2000 Ibs Makler A-sl, e 'ti I beenofere.
ny, in February l.-t, lhe ftliowing proceedings were 50 !bs, Oil WVhiiterireen t' il-,ill ofan elent quality and
iad ini-latoln tothis instrunientat: 500 do oa, d o 5000L do Saltk i dsof t c lality an
Dear Sir-Iln intiunect: of a resolution passel at -Oorlviiip and assorted sizes lbr -ale very low
the !atenteetinlth, New YVork State Medical 0- 5 cases Lump iag uesitt at 1 Pearl- tret
ciely, I was ditvctede to present thIe tlamks uf thal 10 hl!- Black L.ead, tons Eng. Allur sept I-S -ree.
.:iciety to you for your valuahie donation. 330 rore Press Paper
Permit me likewise to urn-ent to you a copy ofri, 5000 lIr lnit-'ish Emery nssorted : 1 .i Ge,0ntlemiau's Pocket Riememibrancer
reiort inade by Doctors tiars1wr, dilen. a rd ,iih'5ell 50 rams sPalient Medicine Directions f tor 181i9.
wiho were appointed to take into c.,sideratiuon ti;e 100 I lhs Tartaric Acid lHand uil Booi, for the drill and instruction of the
utility of tire Hinge Trusies presentled by yenou 10 groe Lee's N. L. Iand Windham Pills companie. attached t, the Fiek Pieces in the 9th
i',e Comittl- appointed to ,,samn, the utility ol 10 .s U Balsam Caperi Regiment, 1st Brigade, N. Y. State Artillery
Dr. Full's 'I russ. reporit-" liat on an ii e:,:,:iioi- 400 I 's n i e zoh price cents. e ry,
tion 4 til'the - is fir uperor to any now in.use, a-! is well eItiled ;- grove lar-ge sizeCourt Plaster Fine Iflot pressed and commnion Letter Paper,
to tlhe appob:aion of physicians and tIle encourage. 100 lsOil 'eppermint for sale by J. L. TIFFANY & CO.
nientofti ;puii.ic. 10e do l -Sa-afras ie-7 183 Water, corner lPine-shret.
Albany, .\'lmarchist. 1818 100 dno do ),;aveedler
E I-TER ENI)EIL. Oc'ry." 1100 puts Napl,-s Shaving Soap LANIDS.
From le Clr f .isicns nd ,gt.stheC6it fidsan ofthe. 200 pgailins Ai ,oh, 1 TPIFEN f. ?MUNN, No. 2126 Pearl-street,
ll' itcre Histrir#lt Fitdi.i/iid 30 doza Bor.leaix Salil1 Oil -S iNew-Yoirk,, purchaFses Lawds in the iJlinois
This certihs, that we il,-, ,'-;,:e, d the I'all 500l> lbs vPowdered Bark, 1t quality Territory, which has been set apart for tlie late
self adjuting Inige russ. invested by octor Hull, 1000 dh ioed Arsenii: arlliy. I.etters fromal the country, giving- a de-
and hive no h-sitation in StaItin1, that i, Ar opinion s wired Teeth Brushes s cripti len of the pateint .n the rice asked forr
ft is fai u-,.rhnr lo amy *loWv ;i11g,i. .\ quinili. ii~ut] 10() dl:r. i!','r wired T[ eeth Brnshes'.ipio np l~i ~d th rc se o
ofapplictfa a u cp i alorto ,.,.y. a Hi ., l ,.le..ctu i. e- o )l l 1 l;.p i I 1I. 1pa ers each lot will ,e attended to, if po-t paid.
s-ure oni a given point, without liability i to) di:p i'aced. 2 0 l do Spiri.s S:l Amimoniac may l5-C i tStf
or to impede the tree ,]oltirnt) of the b'.d.1., .e ties which it unite<. ''These are q.,,iitil,-, 1.t to h, 100 ) is chiii,pid mand ground Dye Woods -ELAOGG & N(ORT)'IAM have di solved
found in the ordinary l hilds and w 'ilch ,,itilie his in 6 cases Assalhtida ol- 1the r c part ership, in tile pl-acice o i
veitioa to tiletirea|,prbition ofphlysiciats, and to 10 bbhi. Ghlauber Salts i, an bart oned at offcsi the
I tile. notice of lie,- pbNe'i. ,.i ,,-. i,,[i,,(,,,.""A"" and halve OlPo-"0' sci~aro;!t< Offices ill the
Cth *o ., Srgbon',i. th 100 oxs Roll rhstone vllage of Skaneatiles, and countyofOnondaga.
1 .... i.0' 1 lolsCopal Vlih-A1DANITELKI'JA,OGG
.,vl- I-IADLEY. Protf. ,Chm &e. Tile above, with o extensive assortment of ALFlED NORTHAM
WESTEl., iOUGHHY. Prf. Obstelts. gewrine Dt)ru-s, iMedicines, Dyer's and Fuller's Skaneahles, Dec. 4, 1818.
From the Aldical Sou.iety l.vf th: Co Id' 0.i)'cd Articl.., l'aints tanid l1'aint, r's Article, urgeo,' dec l!-Clw&S2.w,
At a aeIetint, of thie Ml llt .ii l S,'ciI ty of the conllnty lhisltr nical'e: si, j .* and Anmerican P:,t,.mt Me-
ofOneiJd., nlid at Utica, Jan. i186 'Th'e l l,-i dici-es, A.olitecaries' and Confectioler's Glass- rOTICE is hereby given, to all persons in--
bersoflud. oviety having attentively examined DIr. ware everyey description, Medicine Chets, c"c- NL terested :. the estate of Josri.h Totlei.
A. G. Hull's I'atelnt seiifadjusting m lioieyi; Tries G'tentfIm:n wishing toptrchase articles in lthe hMnister of the Go'pei, late ofthe townofW .;
'. ...i. tay ofus iwitneised,. With p!ea.--ue, ltheirh id rug ) line, are respectfially invited to call. All field, county of Richmiond, aiul state New-'%.
i13 ,- praciice.,and being perfectly convinced oftiheir orders execuledl wild dispatch., dec 5 deceased, are requested to meet before Tnis
decided salprponrity over those in ordinary use, or any E2bert, Esq. SIrru-ate of said eout uts
other kinld with which we are acquail.ted, thliefore ,. TiFiANy K CO o .i f yoiwat i c u e ie the
Resolved-- \s the sense of this mnteeiini, thalor i nO f".-/I',Itl S & T'ION R'S R h 1 day o al"w t ar s one cn, so Tuesak,,
Secretary be directed to .,ive Doctor 1ull eiti 3 iathe19'ter cornr fin-ry of'Januay "xt,'o sw cause
cut-e expressive of tlhe high and favorable opinion WV r" A l c o ine-l r ay they havei why so m1ch of the real estate of
entertain oflhis new and happy invention. |iI A N UFA.TU i.E kinds of AC L'NP the sai.t Joseph Toltcr, diael seiz.-d, shoulkr not hb
By order of the Society s BOO il til l elate:)Ianl al m nd at l s as to enable the administratortop te
Cid.IRtLES B-\R COCK, See'ry. shortest notice ; ad keep conistantly tr saIe ai resie f his debts. oro pay e
Ndieatl Mslmtrig, Jan 6, 1818. articles of STATION A!A Y, :i0. moderate prices. .JOHN C. TOTTEN, Administrator.
Thie above de.crihed T. usses can be obtained hv They have now oI landl_ --- ., nstrator
.I. ;. 1 I.. ,., I' i i Druggist Stor ,s in ithe city Finetal Letter P'aper, plain, hot l t.. sad i, ,iCat. 1 -
a.i,\-. '1".., ; ,l-,.i .uiP'uitoii-street; iill& Bowne, l.)o Foolscalp, Vriling & Folio Post 1&c N 01 iCE.
Pearl-fstreet; 1. A. & IV. B, Post. Wiliiihu.slh-tee; .ank, Pt, Copyiu- Paper, Q*ii!% v Wax T'* I ,IT^ scriber h1vin ,l
J. C. Morro r,ewich-treet ; J. & T.LClaik, B iis i r uscbe i returned from e-
Maidei l lane John Penfold, No. 4 Fletcliher-street.- Penacils, Penkuives, Wo leis, Jucket Ledgers .a. pna/ ir.,ie ta r','ilo! unu Ji i (is in th-
Also, in Albany at 1-1. G. Wynkoop's, North State Menioraidum Books I Stase of,'lajs ;.id Trritory / Missiuris i en-
street, and in Troy at 1. M. Lytmai & Soes. Cats- Pocket Hooks, int great variety abled to give extensive and accurate inlbraoation
ll. lr. roswell. A'ld almost overv article in their hie. i i-;,pectiu'- thi oruaity f I.nds. c, in said recls.
XA.!l the above described Trusses can he obtained at
Dr. A. G. HULL'S Office or Factory in llie village ,of dec 0 ,a 1."aw of the State of lilinlis, ali deeds
Utica, Stale of New-York, inuay quantity, and o suclh SUP F'E PAYING C4.. -ae y ..r ty lad, raes t te awitd -
terms by the quantity., as will he worthy (he attention ,,, ,e ..ioac y .a'le actki aeil' tie aid wit-
rid lln 1. p hnd shiint=g to Sel),y UST received Cby G. & R. }lA1iTEe, No. 54 nutily, the sulni pbo will A.nTerho kp on haqii
.,* ,, t ...,,.....r' ., .., g to p their tores M aideu-lauie, a' very lar.;e stii y oIfa!L the j se1 '. p i wi,, i n
N. B. A ny person wishing a Truss can be accommo- various kinds O fy h i I,.r o 1.,ad-., w ich they will tinme.j Cy wl t C omped ll') dir e
dated by seInding ythe number of nluches he ur slle mea- .ell at a very all a d van above thoi le-, :c o ,9 o't.r-.i.' r in
r voresaroiand e fbody, near the navel a Trs arlye c- ]_ t'e reo n i Al,. Tw. Bai-
ed wvithth,-sine number of inches oi tie metalic lide turers prices. Booksecleri and otihes ,ilrchas- dI c l-Slav-t; W'ali, t. New-Yeori.
willgeln 'rally fit. n qi g to the am ount of J 00 Jollars, w ill be Eup;) .i- .. ._._
Aly p w'on >viiinto purchase Salmon, O ly& C' ed on advantageous terd'is. Tlinhese who p ir- J1 Y orer of \'ie!i' Ai t Ie tA fi.> iompso,,'q, nrt
E lish Patent sell' adjusting Truss, Ca ll h Te a TT0ece o- chase by the singl e u, or ,lozo, r'1 ca', i, A ih.,' r.J k I tdllec" of tl" r llolon cn s'ina w4 an,
dated as ab,nle. AM1OS G.HULL. have liberal di.,cozml. T;.e suiL s ,pe'in .ai, 1ci-r l-he county of'uti]v:.r, notir.e is l;(: reb)'ivcr,
e tnow received front io'toi, are of a vv'ey pec- toall tile cretditlr< ot f Joit nt .X. Tunoc'at of' said
JOHN TIEBOUT & SONS, or quality--they conszst of county, au ln-olvent debtor, thmt thpey shew
Booksellers, No. 23 l', x Ixter-s-trpet, New York, (sale Red d do h-ie s~ik <*u,l* 1 *:" ,,-eave Icfr tIi h.i .u.e, a
Agents for the Proprietor forx this city)k (so 'e d o ,'is -*'ehlh:.;g lo>!.e it*. tile town of Tholopsotl, il
Avilte bokssaid COUnty, onl the thirtieth day of January vne-.it,
H -_-AVE just received a large supply of those H/enry Vl l. blue and w hl te Io "ilc o .i.ti-ct wy a n
.justly esteemed and highly approved lerry A .,:ndeew, do d ,n, hey a4thesaid usok-t I d t.
M EDICINES," prepared by W. T. CON- ligh lantlr oC < lor,.t aond ie tao isolvedi s tared e shopuinit not hac
WAY, Chieist, No. 1 Bumstead Place, Comn- They ave a hlsoceap, Itnt's Deta Car: htsu h.e lid ac rogided. t Dated, No-s
mon-street, Boston-[forcuro6seepaamphlets]--- Merry Audrew's and Pi bh ;dr'i AIo r,," Ivembor :4.5, 1l81. itd,
to wRelfe' Me ottnical Drops, for salt rheum.leprosy, ..d.sm...l blank Cards fP.r........... de JOID C-* '.I In-olvwnt,
ecrefnila,lIever sores, &c. FORl. SA\ lFq de:l)lww
Dr. Relfe's Asthmnatic Pills, for eonghsr, colds, aatlt- a '. .- *,.l .. ..
n ,ast, ori,'inlplieuo &c. A q .'r. dcsiraf t .' r s:, ;,". e. 1 rler of Joseph ]D. onell, exquii'.o, Re-
Dr. Rell.e-'s Aromatic Femsrle Pillb, lor obstrue- '~1 'Th "ub'ber offers !i>. sHae h;.- cer, h.,r of the city o:"I'hudson, notice isherc-
tions,Dr' c.R l s Aroa. atc Fen Pil, fo ohtre t. cf l ase. .e a>;.la'ou.0] S! at"fs u f ... ; u-,..l i by given to /,:'a.'.. ),*,* .'hiats. lbrnier)y of R~ed
De elfe's A intibilious Pills, for i digestion, flatu- a ln hsenn the liu,m ;y 0of D ut cee.s au o ,. ;
lence, bilions a erections, tc. .. 'o *) i oD .. in o 1' ,, '
Dr. Relic's V getableSpecific, a cure for sihk head. .-- o New-York. hel ou.-r. ').'. t,, anl t, all others to wh :m itmaycn-
ache, &'c. amd very ,'o~ireuicnt for a.t;. i.,L e '.!t:,i!il ri;-i- c~ertn, tiiit D r Re l fe s V e g e t a b l e R h e u m a t i c P i l l s a n e x c e l l e n t d oe c e a n d >eo m an d: i ai n e x t e : >i ? a o n I t il 'u i h u n, tl a -a i d R e c u r '! er p u sn' i alt (o t i he (ii : e -
mnediehne. ]rid and1 w.-atr pruos~pect. TIhe li:>",: r'o.-. i: L.io:: ol' le :;(". ,of thr. lpdis!:t~urpe(H lthf state it
Dr. Jehb'sRheuiatic Lihniient, wi lh whlt.h p.rsoni3 hor.use, wood hlol'e ip.Hlltry h u.m e, ,<;(*. :.,'aii re- -New-V'ock.eii,] e tla UA A,:t lr t'rrlieie agaihis
hLive been cured of rhe anatism nI 24 horns, though of cen y i *i. i .. & i r r in *ice,- a in ., 1, il p h i1
yearastiidnsaudla an conshdet'ed past relief. en" tJ."" i'^ lt--i), i ,,,i*i ,.- flceis ,ir<.ha. e,.ce~l- ;.itIoi^ ,u.> *. uid p.. ,td (1 ors, ip;t.ed, March "2!,
British Antiseptic Dentri1tie, w ichn(ot only rei- lent repair. I hi *, ,1. i. .- lar;,' and \,.:,l st!., k- l"01," lwo hath i!irocted all the e.-aLeof the ah
ders *,.,,.i.. .I ,l *!ii, .,. i,',,, .. ill: ,]... iil.)rds to ed w itha great uari'if'yof fruit ; aiid lth' .!'f ri i (1'i 0': eil i.\1d ;m w i!hin' the cou'ry olf. Ii (t< hen s
i-i, i i !h.. ,i ,i.-.. ,I |!... .... .. ,] "i i to the w ith the hest ! .,h ,tll ih,.- i,,,';lkl 1 lable.sit-eetness. Near ti.e house are two wvvll of excel-,ut wl.tr Jo d ; (t..!i'in ;tir:! di..ihai-rge h. s.deble ;.. with!'in three
Dumfr-e O0itment,asle curefor most inv te, and anew .... .! -.:; ,., ', ,::, ./.... 0,11 )::<
rate 1TJf in ouanioci'sapplication-no dangerJrom place is ve'y conveniently s.itae', I re, h a v r. u ... i s ., ** i d. 'ayu' i
taking cold.p a e i e y c i '.U~ ii ~ lii.', l,-'. ;11: c i n r/ t. ri^ e **( ;" ;-'r i .i '.
DUnnfriee Lotion wifloutsmell or stain, for cta- conveyatlcw by good tta pes, asi ',,;c'i.f. io ;>i.i; -**Aa.-'":'.iinlf'.:Asde,.-- Da'r, iti ?f.[l.t.;u .b ,
eeous emptios.'iu the laee, and a certain cure for the froni New-lork, every day exceptSi:dv.-. S" : 15hr. \VHI-{FLF!t:,: ".4 'a.'.'.; 3"l. '?TU
itc t,&c. -* -" farther particulars ,i);ily lo Art !o :es;!,- i;,rs /ii.;,cihil; Ciref iiro'.
A lt io n C o rn P la .ter, w h ich a ffb rdl in sta n t e a se, a t Jr p) llN ,to t1;V Ai r s ?'ht '> w ;;" i
Ihesanee tine it dissolves and draws the corn out by n ,
the ols9"witltoh it the least p[in.I ,: *aiimbrian i'ootli Ache P li--the relief is immedi- If notiol at privalte saie, it ili be ,e1.L :l. HEI) [." LL'.K i. L '. ,i iA ..
,ato 'wiihont the least injury to the teetl 'noudtire C od ttIe ]t!,, b .!. ,'., i'. ju>;i<: .' .; *
.I- .... i's P~ills, Dr Uihnitei s iju'clion Powdersi, ou .",ouduv,, tilh Jai. iest' ait 12; o(c,'; I:.i I eI,
and Dr. Hunter's Cerate, lor the prevention and mire I dec 9-iC&Sew '0 6O ( './Wa LLS'.'":-"" T
ol the Venereal Di.-ease in allitsvariots stagls, though -. ..._...
oe years standing, a'ith perfect secrecy, for a few | "rf-UFl" r''s New and l'!niv -r dl sc't .or',:rui.iii^ Stt'.ix R rioti Ai,v.B Pp' -\.t.. i, :e .
e lNoaerof the abnve are gmnune. Winless signea 1)-K Dietio.ary of the Feac.:a.i;;, :;i-ln hi 1!-
" \I. T. C unway." A large discount to co nutry pl hy guages, conta;nh ng above f ti!'y lho n-n.i,,t! t..r ..-ai l .i D O ],L ] r .
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