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Vol. XXII.

No. 60 "'L, ST

HEAD-QUAnR.Tlns, ? Before St. Marks,
Division South, 6th April, 1818.
SIm-To castisc a savage foe, who, combined
; with a lawless band of negro brigands, have for
.some time past been carrying onacrdel and un-
provoked war against the citizens of the United
StateF, ha. compelled the President todirect me
to march my army into Florida. I have pene-
trated to the Mickasuky towns and reduced them
to ashes.
In these towns I found many indications of a
,hostile spirit. On a red pole in the centre of
lthe Council 11 .- C. -.I b..: -:. ", town, more
thlian fifty 'resh *1 .. i,!H .- m the infant
to tie aged matron, were found suspended.
la add,,tion to this, upwards of three hundred
old scalps were found in i ..t' I,,,, of thedil-
frett chiefs settled on the Mickasuky pond.-
These barbari as, who escaped death, have fled.
I lum ;,iiuro)A mi biitii icnted by the Gover-
nor of Pensacola to two of my captains, Gordon
'.und Call, I was idinced to believe they had fled
to St. Marks for protection. The Governor sta-
ed that the Indians and negroes had demanded
of you large -upplies of munitions of war, with a
"h:r::t, in tie event of a refusal, of taking pos-
,, -on of your fortress. He further expressed an
.-pprehennion that, from your defenceless state,
.liey wero already in possession of St. Marks.-
T ie wife of Chumnubby, a noted chief, now a
rnsoner in my camp), informed me, that the hos-
ite ln.fiai'. and naegroes obtained their supply of
nam nauitiol if'oa, St. Marks.
To prevent the recurrence of so gross'a viola-
:",, ofilfeut rahly, and .o exclude our savage ei-
fries irom so strong a hl Id at St. Marks, I deem
't expedient togarri. on ihuat fortress with Amer-
can troops, until .- ofthe present war.-
This measure is a ..t i on the immutable
pAncipile of self-defence, and cannot but besatis-
..jctor tMider existing circumstances, to his
"-\Lllolhi ..i tle .'.....1"Spain. Under ex-
isting treaties between our two governments, the
K iugcf pain .is bound to preserve ini peace with
..ie citizens of the United States, not only his own
vheets, but all Indiani tribes rcsidinp: withinhis
Be:rilory. When called upon to fulfil that part
ithe treaty in relation to a savage tribe who
have long depredated with impunity on the A-
mierican frontier, incompetency is ailedged, with
an acknowled;nent, that the same tribe have
acted in open hostility to the laws, and invaded
the rights ofhis Catholic. Majesty. As a mutual
encxy therefore, itis expected that every facili-
v wi!l be afforded by the agents of the King of
Spain to chastise these lawless atid inhuman Fav-
ages. In this light is the possessionof St. Marks
Oy the American forces to be viewed.
This will be handed to you by aid de camp Lieu-
tenant James Gadsden, by whom an answer is
... -1*] 1 have, &c.
I REW JACKSQN, .Maj. Gen.Com.
The commanding O Liir at St Ma ks.
Spi a.mih-i, 7.th April, 8IPM.
Most excellent sir :. should ins;st on what
I stated to your Excellency in my letter of
this morning, as to the necessity of awaiting
orders from tihe governor of Pensacola for the
delivery of the Fort under my command, were
net, in addition to what your excellency
says in your answer, threatened by your aid-
iie-cai.p and the other ollieers appointed to
negotiate on thesubject, and had not so irgu
a body of troops entered, ruihuut awati.rig
mry perminission, and taken possession of all
rl;e stores and posts, lowering the ;Spanish Jlag,
and hoisting the American. -
"o manifest a violation of the territory of his
Coatholic 11 i : .: obliges me to complain of it,
-and to protest against it; and I accordingly
do protest against it, ald be- of yoer exce'-
lency to provide me, as ..: a- posiblk,
_'e versels rneessary to transport me to P-n-
sacola, togethlier wivith the troops and thei,!
persons who are in the royal empl-oy; and, al-
go, to give orders that, ib the interim, the pri-
vate property and effects of every Spanish in-
(ividual here bo lesapectied. With respect
3o Vie public property of his Catliholic Majes-
ty, I have aminim-ated the subaltera offer of
the detachment- and commissary of thie for, to
make, with three olicers whom yo', name to
-fe, an inventory thereof.
i repeat to your excellency my respects, and
prayers to God to preserve your life many
Most excellent sir, I kiss your exeellen-
Your -siut obedient and devoted servant,
The most excellent Andrew Jackson,
General of the troops of the U aited States
Before .5. Marks.
t11EAD-QUARTEPs, Division of the South.
Ad(ljUItant General's Office. Fort Gadsden,
Appalachicola river, 3d May, i8i8.
Sin-[ have the honor to report, mat the
army under the immediate command of Major
General Andrew Jackson took up the ioe of
march on the '6t0k day of March last, with
eight day's rations, and l y in advance of this
post about six miles on the 29th at Ochlocha-
.way river, when nineteen canoes were made,
a., i principal part of tilhe army crossed by
8 o'clock, P., M, On this evening Brevet
Ma.jur Twiggs, of the 7th Infantry, was de-
,tached withi one company and about two hun-
dred warriors, with ord rs to advance on an
Indian ii ,.- called Tallabasse, and surprise
it at day-oreak. On his near approach, lhe
dispatched a party to ascertain its situation,
who reported it evacuated some days before ;
on the morning of the Sl3st he entered the vil-
Iage, having previously sent out parties tore-
connoitre; two of the enemy were made pris- i
owners, one of whom made his escape, fro, the
Indians before he was brought into canmp.--
The army passed the village about 12 o'clock,
and camped near "V..:k .:,ks ,.Lho intelli-
gence was received u,,t,. *aIt.,.'ou^ of a de-
xachment of mounted volunteers, frmn Yen-
.'esEce. under the commandof.Lieut. Col. Elt-
iicott, ne:,- four hundred strong.---On tlie
morning of the 1st of April, the army halt-
ed acd waited unoti their arrival, andd they
were ordered to ferm the advance of each
flank, wBh captains Russell and Evans'scomn-
panies, as Epies, wiih captain John Gordon.--
7-... army now advanced within li miles of
A .... ,,...'s Town, when a number of Indians
were discovered herding cattle in the margin
of a large pond. The general ordered the
right and i:1f coinmri to advance, with a view
of cutting oli' tieir retreat, and the same time
instructed the idvay.:.e iight company, under
?1i.jor i ..r- ,. tie guard, Major Nicks,
L,.gether ,it'h lt;! t: -ai! co;imiainies composing
his Mife gui..,U; 2-(.-"u caaptaiW Deuoap and ;? ,t-

tenden, to advance, in support of the spies, mnent of the action "-.': irmv was halted, and H F ; QUaRnTa, Division or the South, war. Negro .. -* .' '. tem-t racked for, and purchased by, the ofers of
in the event of a general engagement.-- a ruonerdispatched to inform Gensri Mcn- r ',.....r;.. ,- une 2. elves when and where they pleased, and fo- the garrison, from the Spanish thieves; that
The spy companies commenced the attack, tosh that any aid he might deem necessary, S.--0n a t,:, ,,L' ,un.tio, oyol ooc reign agents were opely a: knowingly .-- .. ..<: the walls
If a"It- .. ..'.. reign agents were openly anj ktonvingly .,,, -,.}..i't -.. ,,,, ttew is
and a brisk running fire was kept up on both would be afforded, and that the army would re- May, 1 etailed at length the operations of practising their intrigues in this neutral terri ) I,. imtI a !d ._,. .. ...-. .do -
sides for some minutes, when the enemy divid- main until his arrival, which was not until we Jay army up to that period. Leaving strong tory. The immutable principles of self-de- ed and executed as the instigator of this war
ed, the spy companies pursuing those on ithe had encamped for the night. g arrison ef regulars in Forts Scott and Gads- fence justified, therefore, the occupancy of an inmate in the commandant's family.
right, and Lieutenant Colonel Elliott, having The enemy abandoned a number of horses, den, I resumed my march with small detach- the Floridas, and thesame principles will war- From this fort was information afforded tihe
turned their flank, became generally engaged, hogs, corn, and about 600 head of cattle.- ment f the 4th regiment of infantry, one rant the American government in holding it enemy, of the strength and movements of ,my
and bore them over to the left column, under Tihe army moved on the morning of the ISLth, company of artillery and the effective of the until such time as Spain can guarantee, by an army, by the said Arbutinot; the date of
the command of Lieut. Col. Mitchell, within and on the succeeding day our spies surprised Tenessee volunteers, the whole not exceed- adequate military force, the maintaining her departure of express noted by the SI -.ish
half gun shot of each other, when they were a camp, consisting of two men, a woman, and ing twelve hundred men, to fulfil my intentions authority within the colony, commissary, and ammunition, munitions of
assailed by both flanks and would all have fall- two children. One of the men was killed.,- communicated to you, of scouring the coun- A topographical sketch of the country from war, and all necessary supplies, furnished.
en, had not the volunteers taken up the im- the other, with a small boy, slightly wounded; try west of the Appalachicola river. On the Appalachicola to Pensacola Bay accompanies On my return from my operations east
pression (from the similarity of dress) that some and the woman, unfortunately, not being dis- tenth of May my army crossed that river at this. Captain Young will prepare, as soon your letter was received, positively refusing
of the friendly warriors had reached in pursuit tinguished in the swamp, received a wound, of the Ocheese Village, and after a fatiguing, as practicable, a topographical memoir of that to permit (unless exhorbitant duties were
of the enemy, which occasioned the firing to which she died. tedious and circuitous march of twelve days, part of the Floridas, on which my army has paid) any provisions passing up to the Ameri-
cease for a short time, when a number made At 3 o'clock, P. M. on the 26th, the army misled y the ignorance of our pilots, and ex- operated, with a map of the country. Capt. can fort on the Escambia. Connected with
good their retreatinto the swamp: Capt. Crit- arrived at a large pond, within six miles of -posed to the severest of privations, we finally Gadsden is instructed to prepare a report on this strong indication of an unfriendly disposi-
Stenden's company being on horseback, was Bowleg's Town, on Suwaney river, where a reached and effected a passage over the Es- the necessary defences of the, country, afar tion on your part, I have, from the most un-
unable to reach the head of Lieutenant Col. few Indians, well mounted, discovered our ad- cambia. On my march on the 23d of May, a as the military reconnoisances will permit, ac- questionable authority, that the city of Pensa.
Elliott's column, wen they dismounted and vance. An attempt was made to overtake Protest from the Governor of Pensacolawas companies with plans ofthe existing works. cola has, for some months past, b entirely
operated against the enemy. Major Mublen- themin, but the enfeebled state of our horses delivred to me by a Spanish officer, remon- phat additionsorimprovements are necessary, under the control of the Indiars ; that free in-
berg's company, the advance guard, and Cap- rendered it impracticable. Under these cir- stratin n warm terms against my proceed- and what new works should, in his opinion, gress and egress is pemiltd C the avowed
tain Dunlap's company, being on foot was not cumstances, the general deemed it advisable rgs, .an rdring me an my forces instantly be erected, to give permanent security to this savage enemyof thle Uiulld J t, ; that up.
able to reach the scene of action in time. The to make the town by a forced march, not al- to q'it the territory of his Catholic Majesty, important territorial addition to our republic, plies of ammunition, munitions of wa,, and
right column of Georgia rnailitiaca nearing the lowing the enemy time to cross the river and wit- ; to apply force i1 the event of a As soon as the report is prepared, captain provisions, have been received by then, from
pond filed round it, and Col. King, with his re- destroy their supplies. The manner of attack noncnpae--.this wa so open an" iAdica- Gadsden will receive orders to repair to Wash- thence; that, on the 15th of April last there
giment, was ordered to advance through it to having been previously arranged, the army tion ofa! hostile feeling on his part, after hav- ington City, with some other, documcatti which were ono less than 500 Indians in Peniaccla
support the column of horse, should it be found moved rapidly, until arriving near the large ing been earlV and well advised of the objects I may wish to confide to his charge, many of them known to be hostile to he 0.
necessary, which was exec ted by the Colo- -- which flanks the town, when the troops of my operations, that Ihesitated nolonger on Atthe close of a campaign which haster- united States, and who had but lately escaped .
nel with great promptness. The conduct of the changed position, conformably to previous or- til measures to be adopted.' I marched for minated so honorably and happily, it gives me my pursuit. The late massacre of 18 individ.
officers and soldiers engaged on this occasion, ders, and moved forward. The left flank, and entered Pensacola, with only theshew of pleasure to express my approbation generally uals on the Federal road, was committed by
was, in every respect, praiseworthy. Our composed of Colonel Wilhamson's regiment res8istauce, on the 24th of May. TheGovern- of the officers and soldiers, of every species of Indians direct from their return to Pensacola
loss, one man of Captain Andrew's company ot Tennessee volunteers, at the head ofwhich or had previously fled to Fort Carlos de Bar- corps,which I have had the honor to command, who were received by you, and transported a'
killed and four of Captain Evan's company of a force of Indian warriors, under (now Colo- ranca, where it is said he resolved upon a The patience with which they endured fatigue cross the bay, to elude the pursuit of the A-
Tennessee volunteers wounded. The reports nel) Kanard, soon camein contact, and warm- most de-,perate resistance; a correspondence and submitted to privations, and the determi- merican troops. The Americans returnig
give 14 killed and several wounded of the ene- ly engaged tie Indians and negroes; whilst ensued between us, accompanying this, mark- nation with which they encountered and van- the savages were permitted to return. Ao i-
my, and four women prisoners, from whom we the right fl mkn, composed of Col. Dyer's regi- ed A, m dtailing my motives for wishing and quished every difficulty, is the strongest indi- dian wounded in pursuit by a parny ter having
learned, that three hundred warriors had ad- ment ofrenna see vwlunteerswitha like force that Pensacola and its dependen- cation ofthe existence of that patroticfeeling, killed a citizen of the United States, wasopen-
vanced from the town to aid those engaged, of warriors, under Geb. MIlntosh, advanced cies b -ccupied with an American garrison. which no circumstances can change, and that ly, in the sight of many Americans, received
and, on seeing thite advance of an army, fled near the river, to prevent tie enemy crossing. The package marked B. are documents sub- irresistible ardor in thedefence of their coun- by you, and every comfort admnistered-
precipitately. Tie army now advanced upon TIhe centre advanced in excellent order, and stantaB'ting the charges in part against the try, which will prove herstrength and bulwark Such practices, if authorized by the king
the town (which was found deserted) and on under lthe expectation of having to combat with conudvt of the Spanish Governor having under any exposure. I should do violence to would justify me in open hostihties. Dispose
reaching the squtare, discovered a red pole the streugtt of these towns, and the fugitives 1; and willingly admitted the savages, my feelings, if Idid not particularly notice ed, however, to believe that itwasoaeofth
planted at the.Cuncil House, on which was from Mickasilky ; but, on reac- .: oos to the United States, within the exertionsof my Quarter Master General, authorized acts of agents, i deem it politic an d
suspended about rift), fresh scalps, tate n h'omn Town, louoditabandoned. Thl.n._',h i the towni of Pensacola. Tile peaceable sur- Col. George Gibson; who, under tile most necessary to occupy Pensacola, and the Bar-
he iteads of extreme age, down to the tender the nature ofthe' ground they had to traverse, rend.,r of the fort at the Barrancas was denied; embarrass nf mrwhs unde livee ra na os a A Ao c a gso, antd the
infant, elf be'-th sexes, and inan l adjacent house .nId Coloel Kmiard not m n .,., -'. the I ma.'ed ifor and invested iton the eveningof necessities of my army, and to whose exer- Spanish gvermentcan be advised of the
near three hundred men, which bore tile a- route detguacd, ,trove ti lendiaosatid egroeo, the of May, and nu the same night pushed Lions was I indebted f)r the supplies received. circumstance, and have force sufficient to
(atiout :300) into tile river, ,>efdre trlcight fla"inn '.< .l:..: ing p rtied under its very grins.-- H is zeal a nd integrity in this campaign, as maintain, and agents disposed to enforce, ex .
phiesarane or having eetyor the baorfarour tyearo- id occupy thce dared position. 'fhe reports O, th, morning of the 26th, a military recon wel a d intei d ohi c ois mti dosedo oc -
phies of settled hostility for three or four Years ive II1 kiled, and 3 prisoners oi the field ; and noi_,vwe, was taken, and on the same night a we ias miuteounetrun ihmyisarG f erhits thties hist nhg treat hies.
past m it is believed many were killed and drowned in !";-*'nt was made, unde ame srmthe a ince his connection with my staff, merits the This is the tthrd ime that the Aimerican
S army continued the. pursuit to a rge e i, t ea nedarn y ad .. was made, under a fire from the approbation and gratitude of his country, troops have been compelled to visit Pensaco-
pond of water, which is eight miles in length, wide. Colonel Kanard had 13 wounded, butone on, by capt. o the E- With respect, yours, &c. la, front the same causes. Twice had the en-
varying in width from 600 to 4000 yards, and dangerously. About '2700 bushel of corn were mani ptains Call and Youngn ANDREW JACKSON. ery been expeled, nd the place left u te
from two to five leet deep, through which the obtained hi the towns and the cighnris and .ighf ositio MauLJ. G.; Comd'g. possession ofthase who had permitted the ir-
army passed, wheo the approach of night in- swamps; near 09 hed.olfcuattle, anda numberof ald ht-ive yaids of the Spanish works, The Hlon. J. CALHo1N, S'c'y at War. regular occupancy. This time it must be
duced thecommanding general to drain offlls horses. Our c..tlnts, on the night ol the 1711,. and :.:fine pouder mounted ; a howitzer bat-" held until Spain has theower ad e
troops. On the succeeding morning, brevet tok prisoners two vnteLo man (Aumbrister and tery .as simultaneously established on the HI-AD-QUART Rs, Division of the South, n n-alit t
Maj. Gen. E. P. Gaines, with a laige corn- Cook,) and one negro, who hIad just returned capi'T of, and within seven hundred and fif- Oo the line of marcnh,May23d, 1818 Thmin ed im a urlt
mand, was ordered to pass the lake or pond. from Arbuthnotsvesselatthlie mouti ofSuvany. ty y -.s of the fort. At day lighton the27th, Sir: The southern frontier of the United s is sti n the immutable principle
and attack the other towns ; but wiich he I Upwards oi t;,,'ee hundred houses were here the ,::anish garrison opened their artillery on States has, for more than twelve months, been ofself defence The government of the Uni-
found abandoned by the enemy : the red pole coansnned, theI most of wich were well built ot tee; a parley was sounded, a flag exposed to all the horrors of a cruel and say- ted states s bound to protect her citizens, but
was agate found, planted in the square of Fowl a ;1d sunelwhat regular, extenditg nearly 3 <-,w i, and the surrender of Fort Carlos De age war. A party of outlaws and refugees weak would be all its efforts, and ineffec-tua
Town. barbarously d: oraled with human miles up thle river. On the zoningg t the Bar ..as aaiu demanded: the favorable from the Creek nation--negroes who have the best advised measures, if the Foridas are
fled from their masters, citizens of the United obfreteeyenmad ahepte.
scalps, of both sexes, taien within the last six 18th. Gen. Games was o dtrei Vti, a select. pos. ,btai.id were pointed out, and the fled ,om their masters, citizens of the Unated to be ree to every enemy, and, n the prestex
itnooth from ihe heads of our unfort-un:te ci- co annrd tnd a nulbo.ar d warriors, uuner in e of r,;itance urged. Anxious to a- taes, and sought a a sylum in Florida, and ot polny or aecesity, Spanish fortresses areo
zens. Geo. M-,itush, who was Wa % Ge,,. Ge, .er.: Mclintosh, to crows ithe auwany rivr, vi *7 : a contest, and to save the effusion the Seminole Indians, i.l,.ib.m: the territory to oe open to their use, and every aid and
th ua s, ,onwd .:!.i,- *-' ,> I. .... in "ui3ii ,fthile u y, bot found, oi) adva .. teram previously Offered of Spain, all uniting, have raised the toma- comfort afforded.
Fowl Tow, kidled one negro and tooi lhce cmg al,, a., u,::., !. t.y had wera i awk. and, m the character of savage e war- t have been .a-. .. ;o prec ude tha
prisoners, o one o n was fou the coat Per'sed in every diction, from the. .,,- O. ... operations reconnmmeucco. `a, 'a a, m re.-arded sex or abe : hep-. cessity of a tedious negotiation. My -e, .
of James Ch.:,npionu. t Capt. Ci.minig's conei- erous trials, and too fatr advanced to o- spirited and well directed fire was kept up the less women have been massac.r'ed, and thie c,'a- :n" '"a d "I e- -r.'
pan, 4(h reguoe.,l It tufiltrv, who was killed venitke them 1.s comnmand being short of greater part of the morning, and at intervals die crimsoned with the blood of innocence.- Fort St. Mic hy army ane xc-Pes i
by the indiauns on ioord ofe oif our boals dc- supplies. A dctacletinl of thle warriis during theafternoon. In the evening, a flag The United States, true to their own engage- ..rtonadte.ael c ard eacls.
sending thie ver to the relifotl Mi. Mutil- having advanced omei ditancen, fci 'as sent from the Spanish Commandant, of- ments, and confiding in the faith of Spain to en- the townand theBarrancas are peaceably sur.
enbs.g; this coat. with nearly, ahl Capt. Cam- wit a srnod, party o the nncemy, kiilei hice fering to capiiolate, and a suspension of has- force existing treaties, never entertained a rendered, an inventor& of alitae property, am-
mnigK's compao.'s cloullg, was lost on board warriors, took ,o vonen and children, aid tilities was granted until 8 o'clock the next doubt but that their atrocities would early at muto, arms,&c b a taken by officer
oi Lieut. cott"a boat whli ie and his party five negroes. On the same morning, Lieut. day, when the enclosed articles of capitulation tract the attentionof the Spanish government, appointed by both parties, and the amount re.
were massacredon tlh- ith of uovtmiber last. James Gadsdeb, atd-de.camip to thee oomman.- Imarke l C, were signed and agreed to. Tile and that speedy and effectual measures would ceipted for by me, to be accounted for by the
Thepocket book ouf.vir. Leig(who was nur- ding General, descended Hie buwany river the ternmsare more favorable than aconquer- have been adopted for their suppression. Uo- American Government. The property or
dered at Cedar Creek o ttie ist January to its noulih, with capt. Dunlap's and a few ed euemy would have inherited, but, under der this persuasion, a cordon of military posts Spanish subjects shall be respected ; their re-
last) was found ianKinag-hajah's Town, contain- of Capt. CrItteideu's companies of the life the peculiar circumstances of the case, my iwas established, to give immediate protection Igonand laws guaranteed to them; t civi
ing several letters addressed to the ceased, guard, amd a small .,mta,;hnetl of regulars, object obtained, there was no motive for i to such of our frontier settlers as were pecu- government permitted to remain as now es-
and one to General Gl-sbcock. Aboult one a2d captured, without difficulty the schr. of wounding the feelings of those whose military i ary exposed, and strict injunctios issued to abolished, subject to te coUntroul of the mili
lousand head ofcatle lei, into our hands, ma. A. Arbuthonot, which had t brought suppaes of prdJe or honor had prompted to the resistance the American officers, to respect the territory tary authority of the United States; the ip-
nofthjausa vEd head pai, ndnottaatempioertioshitinnresundogrssope thalnidiidals Cm.
ny of w.i!cL were recognized U3 mue Georgia powder and lead to the ladians and negoes, i made. Thie articles, with but one condition, : ofSpain, and not to attempt operations within gress and egress open to all individuals; com-
miftia a., the brands ao marks of their citi- settled at 6uwany. This vessel afforded tnie amount to the complete cession to the United its limits. These instructions were most scru- merce free to the subjects of h pain, as usual
z7.c. i0car th!ee thousand bushels of corn means of transporting our sick baca to St. States of that portion of the Floridas. hither- pulously observed, and, notwithstanding the and the military furnished with transportation
M as found wi.i either articlesuuseful to the ar- Marks. On the evening of the 20th, General to under the government of Don Jose Masot. inactivity of the American troops had encou- to Cuba.
my. Upwardsoflbree hundred houses were Glasicck was ordered, at his request, to! The arrangements which I have made tose- raged the Indians to the more daring and out- If the peaceable surrender be refused, I
consumed, leavni,, a tract of fretile couy in 'n Lrch his bsigade by Mickasukiy to Hartbford, ,' e." nsacob- and its depcndencies, are con- rageous acts of violence against our citizens, shall enter Pensacola by violence, and assume
raia; where these wrfcites ,iaglt have lived i Georgia, and capt. Bet! ordered to mu,.er. tainted in the General Orders, &c. marked D. "C :''0% ern.,., L. ,he "United States was still the government, until the transaction can be
i.a plenty, but for the interual inainationsof thln ,out of ser ce, and the army moved 1 deemed it most advisable to retain, for the disposed to respect the territory of Spain, and amicably adjusted by the tvo governments
f.reiuz traders if not agents. The army re- about 3 4 ofa mile, preparatory to its return, present, the same government to which the confidein the ability of the Spanish govern- The military in this case must be treated as
naind at this poiut unti the mor.ing of the On the 24t,;, General Mlnuosh was ordered people had been accustomed, until such time meet toexecute existing treaties, until advi- prisoners of war.
511, when tihe march ws resumed for St. to proceed direct to Fort Scott, on Flint riv- as the Executive of the United States may or- sed through you, that, with every disposition, The proof supporting the accusation against
Matks, before which it arrived on the evening er, and ao order fitrnished !i.,n to the corn- der otherwise. It was n cessary, however, to the Spanish authorities had not the power of your official station, will justify this procedure,
of the 60h; and, after commun;cating with thle handing offlier to muster s wat ors out of establish the revenue laws of the U. States, to controlling the Indians in Florida; that their In reply to your communication of the 22d
commanding oliicer, took psseotton of that sercee, check the smuggling which has been carried acts, of late, were viewed as equally hostile to inst. I have only to observe, that the clothing
fortress on the following mormog. Captain The army reiced 'o't St. Marks on thle on successfully in this quarter for many), years the interests of Spain as those of the United detained will be a subject for future friendly
VM-Keever, of the navy, having sled for St. 25th,11 having marei.. : 28 miles on that day: past; and to admit the American merchant to States; that Spanish subjects were not ex- settlement.
Marks with some vessels, co amining supplies and we were .jre.uly urprized in finding an equal participation i a trade, which would emptied from the evils of which we complain- H ow far the Indians, permitted to remain
for the army, was fortunate enough to eute Lt. Gadsdeu hau arrived saiel) ,iat evenmg, have been denied under the partial operation ed, and that the negro establishments on the i the neighbouriiood of Pensacola, were
on board his vessel in the river, Francis, or fro.e the muith of Iu-LvIany. Oi the 26th, a of the Spanish commercial code. Captain Appalachicola and St. Juan rivers, were foun- friendly disposed to the citizens of the United
Hillishaj, and Homnathlainicco, osti chiefs speclai court was odercd lor the t ririal of A. Gadsden was appointed by me collector, and ded hy British agents, contrary to the will of States, is tested by the late massacre commit-
of the Creek nation, and whose settled bustili- Arbuthnot and hobert C. Ainbiistr; which he has organized and left the department in Spain, Th ese representations determined ted by them on the Alabama.
ty have been severely felt by our citIzeus court, on the documenne u and evidbrnce adduc- ', *..'h, .*..,llioersin whom thegreatestcun- the President of the United States to adopt ef- The Red Ground Chiefs, Muldecory and
The commandseg geerl had them rlught e-d, eoteuced the first to be haug, and the lat- fidence may be reposed, fectual measures to restore tranquility to the Holmes, avowedly hostile to the United States,
on shore, adordeientobehu trr to be Lot. They were acwrdisgly exe- Thou the Sminole Indis hve been southern frontier of the American Republic ; were but lately seen in Pensacola, and a body
on~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~ennl Indians have been anbdhg ,s a t'r ,,pursuanthy toeacord gisee-orderse emiol Inian hve eenatdbyrsathtohicorersedstaiahfeywtedoaIdiasadsoiedinfwIayslioiu hii
example to deter otnCs u, xe g hese : ctied eon :hu morning of the 29th. The arry scattered and literally so driven and reduced immutable laws of self- odef, j have pe -n te o Indias descried a few days asc of eter via
deludedvi etches to future, scenes of to,.c- moved an,1 encamped four miles fiom St. as noloeo be vi Iv d as rmidable ene- stated through Florida ; reduced to ashes the Spacnishty of fie Barancas in presence of se
ry. A ,nan of the name ) A Ab:;.,outl tas Marks, 0on1 the ev,,g of the 28t, and arriv- y, yet, as lhere are s.ll many sall maraud- Sed tmiole vi Florida ; reduestroyed their agazishes the Spanish officeerenes.tomy communications of
also taken on ihe ariv.,tof the army, a td ed at Fol, I( sde, :n te 2Jd inst. the Gene- inKpairt, ui, c deto b a it e o le villages; destroyed their magazines thy a reference to my communications ofhave
placed in close confinement, ral having orevious!d Jetached a garrison of waps of 'le Perlid o, Choctawhatl chy and they hazarded a conbeatest ; dispersed some and been the 2 h of March, you win t l sure protested a-ve
The troops having agair, received e;ght days two Iinnd.ld meu, under (lthe cor.,nand of Bre- Chiapounly.who might make occasional and sud- expelled others across the river gains t u are their meadire protested af te
rations, and a gat risou detached for Furt St. yet Major Faining, tooccupy Fort t. vMarks, d roads o our frontier settlers, massacre expelled others across t er, gamst. ... are there directly adsed of he
Marks, the Army marched on the 9th of April, I have only to add, that ths ary has re ing women and children, I have deed it ad- necessary theo visit the S of my operations, it bec .me objects o y o perattos, andur that every atns, o
destined for buwvaoy. On the mornig of the iharJiips uand pri'ations io a great exteUt, in visabie cal into service for t six months,if not cars Etei the tior of Sn tpr t t pt topsuccour the Indians, or
12th, the office of the day repoteJ, that tihe a manner -,, ...: soldiers and citizens of a sooner discharged, two companies of volunteer tarks. Enteringle the territory of Spain, to prevent thle passage of my provisions in h e6
sentinels bad heard the lowinig of cattle and natio" proud oft tihe liberties. rangers, under Capts. McGirt and Boyles igk' her battles, to a lieve fan' ondiane hor E ca b w ld bt vaew d na htler lnhy
barkitg ufdogs during ihe night; from winch And ha, e thie honor to be, very respectfully with insl rtions to scour the country between asb ledgd to chassasue an dsian triea wtes thae as oas doatpe at an yeo d ypart.
the General was induced to send arunner to your most obeent servat, rutin toil A lctilecoutbtw she acknowledged, underuexisting treaties, ese You have done both, and xposed my troops
e General was induced t, who soc d a rueort dis You mostoe T BUTEr Adj. Gen oiat e and Appala i ola rivers, exter- was bound to preserve at peace vith the Uni- to the severest privations, by the dtentioti, oc-
Guueral .Nictntosh, who incialnped a short dis- k()3E 1' BU'fXIR, Adj. Gen. ntinating every ho,,,Lite party who (dare resisttdSae,1hdee) esnt xec htrtoe yteeato fuis oay r-.
tance in rear of the army, with instructions Brig. Gen. D.M.L PaxLB, a I n re r o ove I t. ted States,1had every reo to expiect thlat casionj b the exaction of dwlcs on iy n-pro-
lo tan e lhe country below re xarmy, ted. In Bri.e Adj.a a a an will not srvrder; and removf ith thuir the American army would have been received vision, and vessels in Pensacola. You have,
meto havtime, the oanny mov elow ly ein !he a dance ad s,. e fa.liesabove the 31st degree oflatitud. as friends, and every facility aiforde', to ensure theref(;e, been the aggre:-sor, and the blood
Gen. Mie, the army moved Msl ur oinard vauIe. TN SLAT ED c P. The Seminole war may now be considered success to operations so iteres(ing to buth which may be s! ed by an useless rtsenes ce,
Gwitha party, who returned to la rue'd It havin come y riknidtge that you at a close ; tranquility again restored to the governments, on your pTrt, to -my demand, will rest on yor
w reportingyte dhcorery oea to hile a run have passed the fronatrs ,it the troops nu- southern frontier of the United States, nod, as My expectations have not been re.:ized. It head: before God and pran you wi!l be respond
strong for his lcote band ofswaerrirst to, der your comra;nd, and "*;" vmy are iu the longas a cordon of military pobts is ulaintain- has been reported to 11e, direct from you, tiat sibhe.
tosh ngvfo agis itle b wiar is. wholMeforce- teritbory of this prov.nce of 1\ est "iolorda, ed along the Gl(-h of Maxico, Amrinca has Fort St. Marks had bean threatened by the This wil be handed to you by my aid-de.
ts movldetagahtet te with histwholes of. hics subject to my government, I scon- nothing to apprehend floln further fo'igu iadiaos and negroes, and you expressed sci- camp, Capt. Gads by whom an answer i4
the Teduessee volunteers, under colonels o y protest against tOTs procedure, as aoilboce or Ii'an ho'stil>ties.--Jadeed, sir, to at- ots apprehen.siuns, from the weakius. of the expected, A,; 0,V JACKSON,
er ad Williams sonlu(they hav, joiun ed o 1el towards my sovereign, exhorting' ou, and re- tLernpt to forti"y o protect an iumaginary line garrison and defeneless state otfthe work, for 3Maj. Gen. Comd'g.
my on the.evenii o f ,the hai joie t ar qiingofdyou, i his name, to retire from it, or suppose that a frontier on the dih t degree its safety. From other sources to be relied Don Jost .fASSO-, Govarbor of PLosace:.
our etcaepment to search 0ori orses; and, sif, u aall t a ndfo cantiune your aggres- of .*. .;e. in a w.Jderncs.,, can he s,.ured on, the same. i,;:.-,fnp.eaon had been furnished HI.u Qa ..a..,,s, Div}i in (f t1, ou! (
onu earing the rento ofrMajor Kinards fond TI epe urce to force. .y .,: io o .->i nilh)ary poste, whilst the Jpan- me. It becaqmn occssary, thteretu:e, to at.. !',.n.,a olay VI, )|;8 C
edatemrnlves h a compa n r, u for Th cons eqnene n this case wil!, dn>.bt- ise auth,)ihs were nnt matai~ned in t.e lo- ticipate the movemwnis of '.L ,nemy, and ami- Sir: The socioseid com.rn:, ^,n w: fr.
Bell, who we s ithts a domoved pn d atac les; fthefo of blood, an, so, an ;n- ridas, and that country lay open to the ue and cobly to get ,,sses.si of a o k, tl, disiodg, warden. to you l my atd de camp, Cpt. GadLa
thelene, y. who the found ear a dat terruption ,f the harmony which as hitherto excilement ef any enemy, is visionary in th: ing the enemy i',>ovlhi;:lh, migh< cos.,t me luch d.n, iant een:ug ; not finding you, hwever
thame endenyatoing tohoey ofoun nat ia are reigned between our" respective nations; b ht extreme. On the inanutahle principles, precious blood, in P'ensa:cc% in deliver \wa. delyet,u
esgampentdeavrngd toic moeof.Asul rted th as the retpeller of an assault has never been therefore, nf self-defence, attthorised by the On entering Sti. Mart)ks, evide ae ,f the do- I }.av.e cruared Pensacola to provi.,ion mny
degageeth 3 an~ud,6 meio rn 8oesulte d bn thede d the agdgressor, you wilt be responsi- law of natute an ab!ofi.tions, have I bottomedi plicity and .. :" "'- rthe corntno: troop::, I hve o::ly to a:Jd, that a ) im,, diatt
hldreat piof, nd enr ud98woe and obin bothhrto ilod and min.to fr all the fatal con- all m3 operations, On the fact that the. Span- dant evince< ...; ....,, the gates ,ff comphoane w.iou y demand is expected. ~e.
hledrapioes and f our wonddss h threedl kil-a seq~uencesw whch may result, ish oallcers had aided aud abetted the Indiau his fort had heea thrown nopen: o the avowed .istance no your part, would be a ne:J.wde: so.
hed ond fourn wounde ofthevfrendlyos lniewans. preserve you many years, enemy, and thereby became a party iu hostile i- savage enemies of the Uni ted St:,tes ; tha' crithve of ,men. AN'id)v'W' JA'K .ONo
sparedal the massacre of Lt. Scott, was here Tli a OSE MABOT. ties against us, do I justify my occupying' the counails of war had been permnitted to be held Milj. Gen Comui' .,
recaptured bat Matom Kasnard. General The commander of the Al erican troops. Spaniab fortresses. Spain had disregarded tthc w hin lhis own quarters, by ho ch*is an, Dona JOSE R;.AssoT GovSe.O uf la0 la
Intosh individually ljored three of theeneM,- Acopy of this protest was addressed to gen, treaties exiuttnu wilb the American govern- warriors; that the Spanish st>re-houses had at Fort St. Charles, !ara;ncu..
and ca iduaed one d The li tl e b end o An rew Jason, and sent by a Spauish o'fi- mrtent, or had ;)ot powoe to enforce th(. The been appropriated to the use, and v., cre S,-a TrnasLrvr -t corr-.
ned c ounteers acted on T h is occba iTn cer, meeting the American army, shortly af- Indian tribes wilha l er terriiory, and whlch 1filled with ;.ooeds belouneinn to the hamio :p*- Forrea ty' 't. Charge '* a'antna.,
beco their character Ath omAnce- t t eDSEcmbider. she was bound to tkep at peace, had vised t,es, that < .ttle knowi,,ly phmndered from ae 2./, .: .. !8s.
o Aid de Camp, our citizens with alj the horrors of aavage citi7,;i ,;.e Unitec. : ite h.h:d becn c<;-u. M.st ercellentsir; Ireceived, I00'.; 4,<.

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this morning, the two coanunicationa of your him, and he violently transported from Micka-
excellency of the 23d, and of this day. suky, Suwany and St. Marks, until finally re-
As I have. in mine of the 18th inst. satisfac- lived by capt. McKeever, of the American
torily answered all the charges your excellen- navy. Since that period le has been attach-
cy alleges in the former, I shall only add, with ed to my army as Indian interpreter. You
respect to the Indians, that I notice your ex- will find him an honest and faithful friend to
cellencyis greatly misinformed, as the circum- our government, and valuable for the infor-
stances to which you refer, are, for the most mation which he can afford of Spanish policy
part, unfounded, in proof ofwhich, I will state, and intrigue. He is well acquainted with all
that the only two Indians I have found, since the transactions of foreign agents in this
the peace negotiated by me, on the delivery country, of their practices, &c. and how far
of the eighty-seven to Major Young, are two encouraged by the Spanish authority, ee.
who are in prison, with three women and chil- With respect, &c.
dren. I ought to inform you, that, long be- ANDREW JACKSON.
fore the movement of your excellency, I had MajorGeneral Commanding.
given orders at Apalache, that the Seminole The Hon. J. C. Calhoun, Sec'ry of War.
Indiana should not be succoured, and even had
placards posted up in Pensacola for the same SATURDAY, JANUARY 2.
purpose; passing over without notice only
some unfortunate beings, who, from time im- Latest from England.-Yesterday after-
memorial, had furnished the people with wood, neon the Ship Manhattan, captain Macy, ar-
es I have stated.
Your excellency lays to my charge the rived at this port in 42 days from Liverpool.
blood which may be shed by my refusal to de- By this arrival we have received from our
liver up the province, as your excellency re- London Correspondent, regular files of Lon-
quests, which I shall never do, nor can I, with. don papers and Prices Current to the even-
out covering myself with dishonor, at the close u v-
of my long military career. I am firmly per- ing of the 17th of November, and Shipping
suaded your excellency would, in my case, do list to the 13th. From our Liverpool Corres-
the same, as you would not venture to stain i-aodent, we have received a regular file of
the honorable laurels with which you are a- Liverpool papers to the 19th of November
orned.iverpool papers to the 19th of November,
No nation, whatever may be its motives, can inclusive, and Lloyds List to the 13thb,
violate the territory of another, especially The Queen of England died at one o'clock,
when no demands have previously been made in the afternoon of the 17th November. A
of its government.in the afternoon of the 17th November.
Your excellency has violated the Spanish mortification commence in her Majesty the
territory in Apalache, by taking possession of night previous. The Courier says, she died
that foirt, and pulling down its flag, when you quite tranquil, and without a struggle.
cufd have adopted more conciliatory meas-
ures, which would, more and more, have ce- The following is a copy of the letter from
mented and strengthened thegood understand- Lord SirMouTn, announcing the death of her
ing subsisting between our respective govern- Majesty to the Lord Mayor of London. It is
ents. transmitted to us in manuscript by our atten-
On the 21st of the present month, by your
excellency's order, Don Pedro Philibert and tive Correspondent in that city:-
other inhabitants remained prisons, in their Whitehall, N~ov. 17, 1818.
houses, on their parole of honor. To-day at Mv LORD
11 o'clock, before Capt. Gadsden arrived at
Pensacola, your excellency's army entered, It is my painful duty to inform your Lord.
and made prisoner, on parole, Don Pedro de ship, of the death of her Majesty the Queen.
Alba, the interpreter, (who translated your This melancholy event took place at Kew
e Ie named communications, and who isalc
the bearer of these) and, I believe all the mili-Palace, at one o'clock this day.
tary; and of course broke up the seven posts I have the honor to be,
(puntos) stationed with the same number of of- My Lord,
eicers, and two chiefs, for the maintenance of Your Lordship's,
the tranquility of the place.
These facts being incontrovertable, I ask, Most obedient humble servant
who but your excellency will be responsible (Signed) SIDMOUTH.
for the blood that may be shed; as you de- The Right Honorable the Lord Mayor.
clare in your letter, 1hat you are about to take o p the news o0 the death of th
possession of 1enmaco'-.0 -.i a-ran i
protest, before God and man, that my conduct Queen of England, it will not escape the re-
is blameless, and that my ardent desires are, collection of our readers, that precisely on<
as they ever have beoS, to contribute to the year ago, rwe published the intelligence of the
peace and tranquility of our respective na- of her grand ,
tions; for, besides the sincerity of my inten- death of her grand daughter, the Princess
tions, I have in view the Message of the Presi- Charlotte ef Wales. The youthful Princess
dent to the Congress of the United States, on and the aged Queen, both died in the sam<
the 25th of March last, and its tenor assured mouth of the year, and the information of botl
me that no aggressions were to be expected
from the troops of the said States. Such, events reached this city on New Year's day.
however, this province has unfortunately suf- An article from Vienna, of Oct 31st states
feared from the operations of your excellence that the Emperorof Austria was to quit Aix
in Apalache and Pensacola.
I expect, from the generosity of your excel- la-Chapelle, about the 20th ef November.
Tancy, first, that you will set the officers and It is rumoured on the Continent, the Eng-
troops which garrisoned Pensacola at liberty ; land is to exchange Hanover for Belgium, ce
and that, after supplying your army with pro- ding the former territory to Prussia. Th
Jifisioas, you willshortly evacuate the territory C- s l
f this province, and not carry on a partial Courier says, that this r ...-i is improbable.
against West Florida, at a time when our On the 14th of November. there remain
..ioas are in profound peace, ed in France, only 5,431 British troops. 0
Finally, if, contrary to my hopes, your Ex- these, 3000 were to remain at Valencenne
iSellency should persist in your intention to
occupy this fortress, which I am resolved and Cambray, until the 20th of that month
to defend to the last extremity, I shall repel A letter from Aix-la-Chapelle, of Nov. 1o
force by force, and he who resists aggressions contains the following, From motives t
ane never be considered an aggressor.
Gsod preserve your excellency many years. which we are ignorant, the close of the con
JOSE MASOT. ferences has been deferred. It is not yet as







His Exceilency A. JACKSON, certained whether this prolongation will
Maj. Gen ,Coin. thearm* of the U. States. cause a delay in the departure of the sove-
Q' sacola, Division of2she South, reigns." A letter of the 8th says that the Con-

Sir-The ,-ccusatious against you are founded gress have taken into consideration the fate of
in tIhe most unquestionable evidence. I have Napoleon.
the certificates of individuals, who, on thle 22(1
instant, at or near the little Bayou, counted 17 A Large expedition is soon to sail from Ca-
indians in company of several Spanish officers. diz for South America. It is said to consist
I have only to repeat, that the Barancas aiust of six 74s, three frigates, each of 44 guns, 4
be occupied by an American garrison, and again of wh c
to tender you the terms offered, if amicably sur- do. of 36, sevenoreight corvetts, two of which
rendered. Resistance would boa wanton sacri- will carry 26 guns, and several small vessels.
rice of blood, for which you and your garrison Transports are collecting for the embarkation
bave to atone. You cannot expect to defend
yourselves successfully, and the first shot from of troops.
your fort must draw down upon you the ven- The Dublin Evening Post of the 13th of
geanee of an irritated soldiery. 1 am well ad-' November, has a Postcript dated 3 o'clock,
visedlof your strength, and cannot but remark l
upon the inconsistency of presuming yourself ca- stating that a rumour was circulating through
pable of resisting an army which has conquered Dublin, that NAPOLEON had escaped from
tlhe Indian tribes, too strong, agreeably to your St. Ielena. We find this article copied ito
eow acknowledgement, to be controlled by you. We find this article copied into
if the force which you are now disposed wanton- the London Sun, of the 16th, without a re-
.:. r .1 had been weilded against the Se- mark.
-a. ..I. rI, American troops had never entered G
the Floridas. General GoURGAUD, the officer lately re-
I applaud your feelings, as a soldier, in wish- moved from St. lHlena, by order of Sir Hud-
lug to defend your post; but, when resistance is son Lowe, was arrested at his lodgings in Lon-
ineffectual, and the opposing force overwhelm-
ing, the sacrifice of a few brave men is an act of don, on thle 14th November, by a warrant
wantonness, for which the commanding officer from the Secretary of State's Office. The
must be accountable to his God. r
Ab DREW JACKSONG .General, a few days previous, had been ser.
Maj. Gen. Com'g. Div. South. 'ed with an order to quit the country, under
Don JosE MAssor, Com. Barrancas. the provisions of the Alien Act, but not com-
Hi:Anm QuAsi-.EaS, Division of the South. -
Fort QU onto, Diery, June 2d, 1818. plying, officers were sent to carry the war-
Flirt gmery,J ed,1818. rantintoexecution. Gourgaud madeconsid-
Sir: The Seminole war having terminated, ra ntoeecuton. ourgaud adeconsd-
i deem it politicand advisable tosend toWash.- erable resistance, in which the officers were
ing-ton J. Biuut and his Indian comrades, who severely injured.
acted as pilots to me during the late carn- Time Times has published a letter said to be
paig-n J. Blunt is a Tuckabatchee Indian, has
olug been friendly to the United States, and !romn Abraham Thornton, in which Thloraton
in consequence of his opposition to the Red declares himself the murderer of Mary Ash-
Stick party, during the Creek war, has drawn ford. Thornton sailed from Liverpool, on the
d a ut.oun himself their vengeance during
She late contest. His settlcmenit beitg in an 3th of September, in the Shamrock, Mc
exposed situation oa the Appalachicola river, Kown, for Baltimore.
he was early attacked Iy the Seninoles, his It will be seen by a letter from St. Helena,
pire Atloyne escapyed, and is failed rifled fort Scott that a correspondence has been intercepted,

where. jining- the American standard, cb has which discovers the existence ofa plot to car-
p-oved hinseilf a most zealous friend and faith- ry offBueaa1part,.
j'u! pilot, to this period. In justice to hiim, I an T
'ocoad ,o saoe, that to his correct ktowledgeu Tihe Itabella and the Alexander, discovery
of the couairv., and zealous attschmeit to thi,e ships, have arrived at Braesa Sound, Lerwick,
cause in whiici weec were engaged, am mea- all ivwell. An interesting- ccount of this ex-
e.-rab.'l indebied for the success of the present petition will be found in this paper.

"ir. Hanbly accompanies John Blunt. Mr. Parliament Ihas been further prorogued to
H. is a ,ipanit subject by bi tii, and has locg (the 29th of December.
been a resident, a aa trader, ou the Appaiachi- I Sir Gregot 1'-Gregor lia sailed from the
cola river. la consequenceofhis attachment i r ed from the
0 the Americ t cause, and ,his active exer- Downs with his staff, composed of Col. O'Ha-
.ious to check teb hostile it.. l: r.-' those in- ra, Capt Laye, the hon. Capt. Simple, Capt.
dina!ts, disposed to war against thle United Colc!oigh, andseveral others,
States, he dr down upon ef and fa- An article fro Stockholm, says, tat Mr
ly thtir ugeanoce. fie was forcibly taken
from i his boue at nu early period of the war, Russell, the American Ambassador, left Stock-
- iis prop:iey, goods and ,eg-res taken from hhlicI on the ,'d of October, o:, hi, return to

the United Statea. Mr. Kughes rs;.ains as
Charge d' Affairs.
The Anti Ministerial party has lost one of
its most valuable members, in the death of
Sir SAMUEL ROMILLEY, who was a represen-
tative to Parliament for Westminster. Sir
Samuel committed suicide, while in : r-te of
mental derangement, occasioned by t&e death
of his wife. They were both interred, in the
same tomb.
American Funds on the 17th ofMosenber.-
Bank shares 281; New Six per cents 101 a
102; 3 per cts. 66j.
British funds on the same day.-3 per cts.
reduced 77 1-8; 3 per ct. consels 77 7-8: 4
per cent 95 1-8 3-8.
French funds at Paris on the 12th. 70f
60c; on the 13, 70f 10c; bank shares 1575f.
For the following commercial letter, we are
indebted to a respectable House in this city,
o whom we are under many obligations for
similar favors:-
LiVErPOOL, Nov. 18.
"The arrivals of Cotton yesterday, although
we had not one arrival from the United States,
were about 10,000 Bales. This day we have
about 2,000 bales from Bourbay, and 1650
bales East India Cotton from Boston and New.
York, and the farther arrivals, especially from
India are likely to be extensive. Upland Cot-
tons have been sold this week I';.1 :-. 16id,
and goodfair Cottons are not worth more than
17j a 17j, although small sales of very good
Cottons are made at 181d a 19d. Goodfair
New-Orleans Cottons, 18d a 184. Fer some-
time past there has been a decline in Cotton
every week, and such is the increasing accu-
mulation of the stock, that we see no prospect
but that prices will be still lower.
The ports will remain open for the import
of Wheat and Flour till the 15th February.-
Sweet Flour is worth 45s. a 50s. but not in
much demand. Wheat 10s. a 11a. 6d. per 70
Pot Ashes 50s. a 51s. Pearle 58s. Tai
16s. per barrel. Turpentine 15s. a 16s, 3d per
cwt. Rice very dull, at 35s percwt.in bond-
We are respectfully your most obedient

who iy engrosse t Lj" i.e ticci:* ; te sl@tS 0-
ver get a meal of :;t and during the last live 1
months they have had only one third bread,
no cocoa, and no pease : the deficiency is b
wholly made up of rice. Dysentery, conse-
quently, prevails much; and all the vessels f
hae lost. many menm ; the Mosquito has lost i
about 23 in three months, and the Conqueror 1 s
has scarcely seamen enough on board to work '
the ship. But notwithstanding this weak -
state the squadron has furnished 300 men to
assist in building a new house for Bonaparte,
of the most capacious dimensions. The sea-
men, after the days work is over, are marched d,
to another part of the island, to be encamped i
for the night. Every ship furnishes guard-
boats, which row round the island, and as they
approach the various points, are always chal-
lenged by the sentinels. A short time since, F
one of the sloops of war, in working to wind-
ward of the island, discovered two men in a
cave on the shore; she accordingly sent a
boat, and brought off two Yainstock (native)
Negroes, who had been fishing; and who, it
appeared, used to get to the beach from the
top of the Cliff by a secret but dangerous path.
A new battery was consequently immediately
erected, and it was by this unknown outlet, it
is said, that the Great Man was to be carried
off. We are constantly amused with stories
of schooners hovering off the island ; the ci ui-
sers certainly sometimes see such, but never
board them. A transport froni the Cape late-,
ly passed one close, lying to, to windward,
about 80 miles from the Island, which took no
notice of her; she might, however, have been
slaving, or looking out for Spanish or Portu-
guese Indiamen : she was a large long schoo-
ner of 18 guns, and apparently full of nien.--
The troops here are more healthy than the
seamen are ; many casualties, however, oc-
cur among the former-several sentinels have
been lost by falling over the cliffs."-IHamp-
shire Telegraph,)

COTTON.-The India Company, contrary to general
* expectation, have declared a sale of Cotton o)' tile
27th inst.; about :500 bags Surats are specified, and
it is understood that quinutity will not be increased,
t as the 14th January is the day fixed for an extensive
sale bot h of Surat and Bengal UuttonaS.
The sales since our last are entirely to export lous-
es. The purchases are about 90th bags, viz :-360: Per.
nambuco, 2s a 2s Id. chiefly at lie loinier price; 120
Maraniihamis 22da 22 1 2d ti;t Paras 21 t-2d: I ) SO-t
rats 11 l-2d a 14d; and 200 Beogals 8d a 9 1-4;, the
two latter sold in bond.
ConN.-There was a larger supply of Whiat from
* Essex and Kent yesterday than there has been sinre
the conclusion of larves this eircuimstance, with an
* increased probability oftlhe i .. ; .. i. t-i heat
t 'i ,, quarter (it,. I wk t'
.m .. 1 i a 4s. per i i .. ro-

S -.: r lower, except the Ru-
li i d d lv la d i 1

., Iu,.i i, t i i, i i v et a iiiiiiLeo Ueniaa 4 at tite
Return of the JNorth-, Vest ei...''.,,- to the former prices.
Pole. t 'L, x, and TALLOW.-Foreign Tallows are
The Isabella and the Alexander, Dm.overy .,. t. a,-.w,- aty ats e di, ecli itede -d
ships, are safely arrived in Brassa Scund, Ler- mime inserted currency could with dimmfiulty be obtamin-
wich, all well; neither ship having lost a man, ed; the arrivals expected are reported to be extensive.
nor a man on the sicklist.The letters from nPetersburgh mention that the Ex-
nor a man on the sick list. change had t,-,,c;-...-. ,it istat-ed at 112 f, 8d,
Captain Ross has completely succeeded in TOBACCO.- I i. i- 1 ...., of Tob..co are entirely
exploring every part ofBaffin's Bay, and, with nominal; the alrivmals continue extensive.
the exception of errors in the latitudes and RiCts-Theie is little btusiless done in Rice ; the
longitudes, of verifying the statements of that quoations cntuine w- rl, ,itial.
old and able navigator whose name it bears ; and tie market is xc-edingly heavy at tie depres-
and of ascertaining that no passage exists be- sion.-Liuseed is a shade lower.-In other descrip.
tween the Atlantic and Pacific Occ:.in lI,...u i- tionsthere is little vacation.
Davis' Strait and Baffiin Bay, tIl, wile btui -
found to be surrounded by hig land m,-,.. From Lloyd's List of Aboe. 13, received at the
ding to the north as faras I:.1. T7 6. an- lo..n i. *"0. ..' ,f Ithe Commercial .ddrtiser.
76 W. ; and in the 7 tll de,=rf o' ',,,t I At Grcavesend, Nov. 10.-Monarch, Thorn-
6tiri-mhl,ir westward as i r a. hill, Quebec; Prince, Braithwait, do; Dia-
T1-hit d demi, Dodd, do ; Pylades, Wilson, Virginia.
Ihey traced the same the whole way down At Clyde, Nov. 8.-Margaret, Johnson,
to the Cape WalsinghamnofDavio, which iii..)i Quebec,
ascertained to lie in lat 66 and long. 60; froti A Dublin, Nov. 9.-Broton, Evans, Que-
bence they steered for Resolution Island, and bec.
stood homeward. Ot Cove of Cork, Nov. 6.-North Star,
They have made many curious observations Crowvly, Quebec.
and discoveries, of which, perhaps, will not be At Belfast, JNov.6.-Sarah,Clements,Que-
considered as the least interesting, that of a hbee.
nation being found to inhabit the Arctic et- "sPeterfihead Aov. 6- i,. 1' in the hiar-
gions, between the latitudes of 76 and 78; who bor this day, the Mentor, I.-. I.. Alexandeia
thought that the world to the South was all (Virginia) Markley, Master, she sailed from
ice; that generation had succeeded genera- the port of Leith on 7th ulto, and on the 15th,
tion ofa people who had never tasted ti,..,n :. near to Iceland (being drove to the northward
of the earth, had no idea of a Supreme Being, by strong gales) lost her main nast, foretop-
who never had an enemy, and whose Chiefs mast, and bowsprit, and otherwise considera-
had hitherto supposed theatelves Monarchs of bly damaged. The Cargo must be dischar-.
the Universe. ged, being in a perishable state."
There now only remain to be dite-.v trc. ]li. The Marmion, Cranston, from Hambro to
termination, if it has one, of Midh,l, ion'. Re- New Orleans, was carried into Harwich on
pulse Bay, and, a few degrees io t .t i- .h.lb Tuesday, by two Salvage Smacks, with loss of
ward of it to determine whether miGresenl.,.ud he rudder and leaky, having been on shore on
an island or j-jions Amricca, and this ingl,' with the Shipwash Sand.
the greatest ease be done from the northern- Front Lloyds List of the 10th of Jovedmber.
most station of the Hudson's Bay Company in At Gravesend, Nov. 5 -Contest, Langdon,
any one season. Quebec; Harriet Garriett, do; 7, Bichard,
St. Helena, Sept. 28, 1818. Findlater, New Orleans. 8, Sailed Hero, Sa-
The Musqiuto sloop of war sails to-mor- vannah.
row for England: she is charged with dis- At Plymouth, Nov. 7.-Lord Exmiouth
patches from Sir Hudson Lowe, relating, it is Bannett, Quebec and Milford.
understood, to an intercepted correspondence, Fowey, Nov. 6.-Paragon, Eyre, Quebec ;
which has discovered the existence of a plot, 7, Speedy Packet, New York and Halifax.
the object of which was the liberation of Bona- At Milford, Nov. 3.-Bellona, Williams
parte from this island. I forbear to mention Quebec.
the names currently circulated here, of those OffBo'ness, Nov. 8.-Margaret,McIntosh,
who are said to be implicated in this transac- America.
tion; a banker's house in London, however, At Lyai, Nov. 9.-Glory, Brinn, Quebec,
two individuals in England, with others on the At "armouth.-Vestal, Butterwick, Que-
Continent, it is rumoured, are concerned.- bec.
Detection of the plot was produced by the cir- At Ayr, Nov. 5.-Jane, Murdock, Quebec,
cumstance, it is said, of many letters, address- The Amazon, Livingston, from Liverpool to
ed to aperson,(the name of which no individual South Carolina, which put into Waterford the
is to be found here,) lying uncalled fcr at the beginning of September, has been condemned
post-office. Bonaparte is in very good bealili; and was to be sold yesterday.
he still, however, abstains from exercise, con- Front Lloyds List of MYovember 6th.
fining himself wholly within doors. The rea- At Gravesend, Novb. 3, Lavinia Framnpton,
son assigned at Longwood for the departure New York ; Lord Mulgrave, Tindall, Que-
hence of General Gourgaud, is a quarrel be- bec ; Earl Moira,Barker, do. Parnasso, Jones,
tween him and General Montholoo. Gourgaud Virginia; Aurora, Milue, New York-4 Ma-
had been challenged by the latter, but Bona- ria Tuffnal, Kinnard, Virginia ; Herald, For-
parte forbidding them to fight, Gourgaud quit- man, Quebec; Endeavour, do. Ruthy, Wise,
led. It is confidently said Bonaparte has re- Wilmington ; Washington, Forman, New
cently obtained the sum of 15,000 in dollars; York, Bridget, Walker, Quebec-5 Bruns-
through what means this weighty bulk could wick, Quebec; Angas, do. Progress, do. Am-
have been carried clandestinely to Longwood, phitrite, do. Swanwicit, Hugles, Philadelphia;
is still a matter of surprise. The discovery of Atlantic, Allen, Baltimore.
the plot has already brought to light where the At Chatham, Lord Wellington, Heard,
whole of Bonaparte's treasure is deposited.- Quebec.
Bertrand some time since asserted he could at At Falmouth,Noa. 1,Richard, Finlater, New
any time command a million sterling. Of the Orleans, with loss of boom, and sailed in the
three Commissioners, one only remains on the 3d for London; Jane, M'Lenan, Philadelphia,
island; those of Russia and Austria are gone At /Whiteltaven, Nov. 2, Lady Pugh, Gordan,
to Rio, to take up their abode some time. Bo- Quebec.
naparte will not admit either one of them to At Clyde, .Nov. 2. Pitt, Hamilton, Quebec.
his presence; the Austrian '.mrri I. r. At Cove ofCork, Oct. 30, Paragau, Hare,
Baron de Sturmer, who returned somee weeks Quebec.
since to his Court, did not, during twe, long .4t Leith, Jiov. 3, Prompt, Kay, Quebec.
period hlie rema ed on the island, once see Bo- From Lloyds List of J'oemnber 3d.
naparte. At Gravesend, Oct. 30, Agincourt, Math-
This island is not healthy for a continued wan, Quebec.
residence; it is for many hours, every day, At Belfast, Oct. 29, Alexander, Reid, Que-
covered with vapours and dense fogs, and it bec.
does not yield a sixth part of sufficient vege- At Stockton, Henry, Atkinson, Quebec.
table substances for the use of the troops and The Radius, Delano, and Asia, tun foul of
seamen. The inhabitants are wholly exclu- each other in Margate Roads; they sustained,
ded from all means of livelihood : no ships are triffling damage.
allowed to remain here longer than is abso- Fronm Lotlaon and Liverpsool Papers.
lately necessary ; all supplies come from the Deal, November 16.-Arrived, and sailed
Cape, but they are very scanty, and what for the river the Agameirnen, Rogers, 344
fresh c:e.t is -.r.,i, from this channel is days from Quebec.

L.Verr.nco, Novemther l .-T c Falcon, u -,' .
Lewis, .ile-d from this hbr Boston, yesterday, MONLD Vt EVENI JANuAli: 4.
butut t back with loss of foretopmast, having
been tun fool of by the Thomas.of Belfast, t.tCi:-S 1'OF STOCKS TiliS D Y,
Bristol. November 15.-The Ann. Vibert, CORaltsgr' tr O run eW-VORK SPECTATOR,
rom hence for Baltimore, is returned to this By the jAcw-York Stock and Exchange Board.
port, having sprung a leak oif tUe Western I- t RA NKS.
islands. united tate I, 10.1 tO Lt Union, 92h 93
;rrtti the Liverpool Patent Trade List, from New-Yoik, 130 l.l iAmerica, se
Ocibe"r 2Ph'0io .'Uvctnber 1701 inclmusire. ManIhattan, I1:. City. T
d.1rrivcd, Oct. 29. -John & William, Nixon, Me-liants, I I lnix, 9lS^
Meclttmic!, 1S0q, I Franklin, il;
New-York.-31st Atlantic, Matlock, do.- INSUtIl *\CE CONIPANIES.
November 1st and 2d Frolic, Gray, Alexan- New-York, o10 Mercantile, '9
dria; Henry. Kiendail, New-York; Aigo, Fiwman 90 04 Mutual, 116
MuLellan, South Caroliona.-3d Sally Ann, Ocean, 99 Washington, 127
Chase, Georgia.--4th Amity, Maxwell, New- Aierican, ti' Eagle, 137
ork ; G ,orge Watson, Foster, Virginia.- latmott, 01 nitlbe, 1108
6th Colnmbia, Williams, New-Orleans.-tlth Unio, r 18
Fame, Abrams, Canada.-14th Belvadere, 'STAATE.
Hobson, Baltimore.-i5lh and 16th I-ercules, NY. S. Sixes, lot101 Six per et. City Loan 100
Cobb, Newv-York.-1ith Martha, Blackman, NATIONAL.
Canada. Sixes War Loans 99 100 Sevens, 10,14
Do. Old & DiPd. par &int. Threes, t6
Do. Louisiaia, 9"] V. .- 88
The neu, Coinmmercial Treaty with England. ,.r II o i, r.
The National Intelligencer of Thursday an- On London : 07
France : : fr. 50
ounces, that ths. President, on Wednesday, Amsterdam : : 40 cts. per guilder
transmitted a copy of this Treaty to the Senate Spanish Dollars, I910 ; Doubloons, $l6.
for tl,eir ratification or rejection. The Se- OUR RELATIOXAS WITH SPAIL.
nate sat most of the day with closed doors- DOCUMENTS TRANSMITLD TO CONGRESS.
probably engaged on the subject of the Trea-
ty. The Secretary of Stale of the United States, to
the minister Pleniipotentiary!y /tf e tUni'ted

Bank Committee.-Two of the members of ,1-tes to Spain, at Madrid. (.,l. 7.)
D:PAtt'rsa :NT OF srATg,
the Committee, appointed to investigate the Washiington, 281h1 November, 1818.
condition of the Bank of the United States, Sir : Your dispatches, to No. 92, inclusive,
returned to Wasington, and took their seats in with their enclosures, have been received at
Congress on Tuesday. The other three were this Department. Aiong these enclosures,
are the several notes addressed to you by Mr.
left prosecuting their investigations in Balti- Piarro, in relation to the transactions during
more. the campaign if General Jacksou against the
Seminole Indians and the bauditti 0l Negroes
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. combined with them, and particularly to his
Office of the Baltimore Patriot, proceedings in Florida, without the bountda-
Thursday, Dec. 31-Aoon. ries of the united Sttes.
From Stouth n erica.-Ths niorning ar- In the fourth and last of those notes of Mr.
rived the schr. Midas, Captain Dickerson, 90 Pizarro,i he has gives formal notice that tihe
days from Coquimbo, with copper, to Juhu King, his master, has issued orders for the sus-
Donnell, sailed 27th Nov. Accounts were Pension oi the negotiation between the Unitie,
received at Coquimbo, that on the 6th Sept. states ain tipain, nelt satisfaction shall have
thile loyalist had evacuated ( conception, after been" mdor e ptele Adiesf ge Jcnolent tod e
blowing tip the fortifications, &c. Aniitonmin- hint 1r Tlhese proceedings of Gen. Jaclisot,
action took place ontie occasion. Tihe expe which he considers as acts of unequivocal hos-
dituon that had been fitting out at Valparaiso thonlty an against himty ;d athe only a es upe toe
against Conception, h: d in consequence turn- hoior and dignity ; tlae only accepiaole atoie-
ed their attention to Limla, with redoubled ne t.lo vwhelt, is stated to consist in a
vigor, and intended shortly sailing. vowal of tile acts of the American General,
An embargo bad been laid at Valparaiso, thus complained of-the mir.ctio upon him
ao. -ordArs for enforcing it at .Coquimbo, I.had of a suitable p"uis.hent f irs supposed miu-
just arrived, when the Midas immediately got conduct, and the restitution of tihe posts ande
under way and swoeped out, giving informa- tert't;illts [aken by miln f7 l tie Spanish aim-
lion to several vessels, who did tihe same, they thorities, with oinoen.-iity lor alt tie priope ly
were time Frenchi whaling ships Aichimides, takelm, "ald sitdasnege and injuries, publicor
Captain Bunker, the Catharine, of London, private, sustained iu consequence of it.
Brooke, I100 barrels of Oil on board-The W tim a ver t few days after tims notifiea-
brig General Jackson, Coulder, sailed a few tion, Mlr. Pmzario tmruthave received, with co-
days before for Nantucket ; the ship Factor, pies of thie correspondence between Mr. eOis
Fitzgerald, a few days before f, m,,, -1t and this Depiartment, the determination which
ship Packet, 1Hil, of Bostoi, sailed 20th aep- had hee thake b tme Pr-sident, Io restore
member, for Canton. Olf the port, spoke brig thle place of iP'ensacola, with the lort of Bar-
Macedonian, Smith, of Boston, from Vplpa- rancas, to any penr.on properly autthioized, on
raiso, bound down the coat-The brig Sav- the part of 'lpaj, to receive them, and the
age, Perry, of Baltimore, was at Valparaiso, Fort of St. Marks to any Spaniih force ade-
and expected at Coquimbo. quate to its protection against the Indians, by
Director 11; -;u- was at Valparaiso, superin- vWom its oicible occupation had been threat-
tending the Itu... ..ut of the expedition, coniist- ended, for purposes of hostility against tie U-
in,: of thle io vnwin e vpesels, nn'lir Admiral united .- hm ot r"' ,'.nn.'i ,,,.d..- il thi
L I ,, '., I,. .,,, i.r -- ilherCnm- 1PoFt. ; a: ". bi elitr tet-d ..,i,.t ., s
t... ,I1 ..I.. I...', .- it,. I ,.r .. ,. .. ns-- such adequate force; and, in case of their ap-
the Coquinbo 20, r'ri!-, v-tie Avon, olf Boston pearance, with proper authority, to deliver it
-the Arcariai i8, i ....- 'the Columnbus, of up ;o their conimmider accordingly.
New-York-the l.aglc 18, a prize taken f Frns From Ihe last mentioned conrespondence,
the Spaniards--the MaVypo, 16, formerly the the Spaniish government must likewise have
Ariel, of Blaltimore-the Santanigo, 14, formerly been sausiod Ithat the occupation (if these
the Lanicaiter Vitch--3 guim boat, several places in Spanish Florida, by the commander
other arined vessels, besides a number of trails- f the American forces, was not by virtue of
ports. General Stin Martin, was at M-Indoza, any- order reciveld by him from this govern-
ont ais way to ,..t. -, ,.. a reinlbrceiment, t to it eflhct, nor with anty view 0
Money, & .( .. I-. Hafter leavingg(th-e(poob ince-fo mwtheapysvew-o f
quisbo, was becalmed several ay it siht of wresting tile province fromltihe possession Of
Juan Fernandez, Massatuero, saw two brigs, Spain; nor inny spirit of hostility to the Span-
apparently crmzer, oif ['erianambuco, has bien iish gu ernient; that it arose from incident ,
15 days oni this coast, ;,h ti...1- ,,. "sweather- which occurred in the proseciulion of ltim wac
Dec. 1I, spoke brig 1i .i.' from Porto against thie indians-from time imminent dan-
Rico, for Boston.-lI lat. :2 1, 1. 76, barqiue ger in which tihe Fort of St. Marks was of be-
Gideon, from N. Orleans, for .' 1 ork. ing seized by time ludianl tiheinselves, and from
the nlaoifebtlsations of hoattlity to thie United
A AR It A A E D, States, by the commandant of St. Marks and
On Tihu'rIa evening,' by tihe Rye. Mr Milner, the governor if Pensacotla; tie proofsaotwhich
Mr. GeoRGe .:Gtm;sTrs CAKEIi, to litSS ANN Mo NT, were made known tO Gen. Jackson, and imn-
boti of this city. polled him, front the necessities of self-defence,
-- to the steps of which the Spsuish government
D I E D. complains.
yOa Tls'sday morning Ml. Jossen WsE, aged 64 .It might be sufficient to leave theta vindica-
After a short illness, Mrs. MaRT SHAY, in the 63d tion of these mea-sures upon those grounds,
vear o( hrt age. aud to ftiur-nish, in the enclosedi copies of Glen.
Os Wedin.esday, 30th lit. Mr. (lovs MonHsam, J.ackson's letters, and the vouchers by which
in tme 37th )'ear of his age. tlhy are supported, tile evidence of that hos-
Sulddienly. last evelnig, Mrs. ELIa.nI Toss'ZER tile spirit on ttme part of the Spanish comman-
wife of the late Daiel Tozer, of thli. city, aged 5' ders, but ortie terms in which Mr. Pizarro
AtCharleston, 19th Dec. Mr. \t iiUtA5 MASHALT,., speaks of the execution of two British subjects
ship carpenter, a native of timhe wt.t r part of thfi taken, one at tihe Fort of St. Marks, and the
state of New York, or Verimont, other at Suwany, and the hiintimatioi that these
transactions may lead to a change in the rela-
Arrived yesterday and this morning, tions between the two nations, which is doubt-
Ship .Mnlat.ltan, Macy, 42 days from Livcrpool. less intended to be understood as a mtenace of
Ship Morniia 't ur, Wt heaton, 18 days from New war.
Orleas, within cotton. rIn antd o trallfs It may be, therefore, proper to remind the
Sig y.card 2a 1poke ay Bsti.-m r fo ins government ol his Catholic Majesty of the in-
Jamaica for lIurimula-the aptain informed, tiat the cidernts in which this Seminole war was origi.-
day belorae ht had beieln lobbd b) a liriatal schr (;i. of nated, as well as of the circumstances con-
Iport iofhlls cargo, all the store1, anid ev,-ry article they ieccted with it. in the relations between Spij
could come at. Tie Nancy extriei,nd h lavy inles and her ally, Whom she supposes to have been
ft Cape Florida, anid carried away the wlaInatp mrI;t injured by the proceedings of General Jack-
htig Lady Mary Pelhami,. Sceuyir, flor T rifri, son, and to give to tie apauish cabinet some
and 3t days Ifron ti- ile l' Ma y, ai l a tlt a ine precise information of the nature of tihe busi-
Pr Hitero, C(ro'. 23 days iton 't. Toim .s. ness, peculiarly interesting to Spain, in which
.' Mtoiroe, Hitchr, of Yam iouti, Muss 18 days timese subjects of iher atllcs, in whose favor she
from Port aui since faith si, bis .ging. &c (fiomin scihr takes thiis interest, were engaged, wItnl tliCr
Favorite, of New York) to R. hiie-am, 11. CM ar11l projects of every kind were teri.nis,.td, in
a'ali, L hnas, et. r.. ,s 12 ay. schr consequence of tlieir : .1.u into the bands of
Jan. I -Below, brig Coat. i'eiy, laiemlay, frotim Genoueral Ja-ison.
lavanma. In the month of Auigust, 1314, while a war
The sehr Pennsylvania, Moore, of and for thisi port. existed between the Unlited i;ates and Great
front Charl-eston, is ashore, iill of inti.r, O. 'oll Britain, to which Spa:n had formi!iy de-;lared(
,.; ,,. 1..I Bar ar (l pe May. The pilot boat i erseifneutral, a Br.tisht ace, no. in the fresh
part of tier caio-c e-i and s,mimdsastge- -l sate, yes pursuit of it dedicated anId l ing enemy-oot
sel expected to be lost. ovenr(seppiig an imaginary ke equii o.:-i bouo-
Reedy Island, Dec. 31 -T'l'hiougtih the itnrll-Blleon lary betwmeet thmtir own territotnes and those
exCertiunsot ( apt H-land land his small fnitcs thelm .ir belongegog, in intse -ort, Ias much to their en-
iHan nah izahet, is raised Iree frti ater, and eIy at.s to li am, buit appraching, by sda,
s a f e at o n gl hse t h e p ie r r .
'.vl OLUR' CORRE-'PONDENTi mand by ha tIIoad a'nd op1n intasie.oh the Spi'u-
BALTL1itORE, Dec. 30, I P. ,/.-Air. !ip lte- Il sh prvicl at a thlou..aud mlmes, or atn 0-
peator, Young, from tI union, dry ml d olt co ( l,h .'.. r. c-eat's a dila ctoe from a;ny lBritshl tetlitorm ,
Dec. 31, 1 P. It -,\rr smpm Wtilliun, Lattie, ; i l.,nded in lrida. took poasestion of Peu-
idas hoit isbosi ,_alt wineit iiid .a1ni,,il. saio< !a tid i te Fort f H la; raincas. and iuvi-
A "O vs5'O11' Drc. 2;.--rr. 1tri int, Palt'-e. tel, by ,,b!hc pt int aotitsii *,,1 nl tle rune--
of Nsa ,k 8tk.1, days dromin A)(Ii,-lti l, il, .- ee-a he av dis-ad the
claiy tmid rhee-. Tlie h. w als h, mlt! 1o :\en1 l itcgl,- .ii- le ,-rc. !titlists- ai the
anI hald got ofi San,'y l',tO t.l t I\'etme'li.,i n ist, Il' prlO tes, a.ld all ime trailers to their ou int y,
waa overt lke by a s-everr siw sstori dIl' B lirli ta w intm ity) kL eVm or in.gici d to ca.t,1t witcltm'
the two miates am.al I l inl'Is were )very ,lunch h -;i tit 'i raiuh ol their sau oi'ioml, to join their sta.i d-
tee, amld nle 3a ii.nl, min ined 5 illi r.w., ol Nm I ,| i i, and w ge an | t.., ,;,, u,,. wdr. agam-.,t
Yoik, got ku(ocked oe-trioil'd il Itettin l I e ;l ill cII t'i lr O, 0- 1 1lt, I mt,d i ta.:, iim .llisi..il
in,. aindwas lost. oev 17, ,,t.12 long.:,, 10' ..-l i r" 1 td n l y
Williau & Jane, flora RiLUth bliunli li- tlh l e., -; ity b- ro tlltg01 up n [his eutrial, and tLhus violiat.ied
out. 221, lat41,. loing lo, poke Shlp hiv.e, t.i a-n teOlrrlary I II :pain. PToe luand canonm i ,it: of

esm bound to Batavia, ib!s Brits ib rce, wi :sa ce a;in i:ui ),-,- ib,
Slool. 11 I-u ,1 Sowle, 20 days fil.m ier'na. Iwh, driven from Pans,acoi by the app, cah)
S.V .'. 1 1. )ec. 22;-- ,i'N o ship 1i5-11m >t .1, of Gen-eral Jackson, actually lft', tou L, ;.w)
Dec. 24 --iArr. teltptirdite td tI, i m p Ih pa ish Fort of Barr a ;. '
St. lThomas 141 days. Markets JAll, n,, ,dema, .ur lp he tpanish rt olf l>u-mt as, (a
nart],i.rn piodtuce-snuga o i:e 2.ia c ,? ;i ,.,- loI'ld i. could not altford minm pruosectm. a d,
FPes '5, reta 0I Ienti. e'.NtUiLtiug that plart of 1tl )'viaim..i, ad-idi,

I ,:clh ... :.-,,.-,l ,.,;:rn" '. ", ... n '7 ln- r-.,a;:ar'" o (he policy observed by r.li .'Ji detachmenls of v.-_,^.'er c~vahiy, ;o saourthe teem the C."e.. 'o oLtain !:- ad o, inc Brii' tor~n::, him;,;uE!;i "i: with lOO nag"ocs, a few wii'.. neees-r""- eourr.o; i,'ni..
,. :. G..1 ea ta e'. and .it ere .re.*,> -pa p ower- in this hemisphere, and country round Pcnsacola, andts sweep off the lturk- i govert.airi:vil, in their 'i,,. ,'- (e UitKed of uraE l.!li,Holople,' who ad s?. t,r to tI1" cause, gave rise to all those'lincideut of which M-h"r.. F -
,;-hh lsa nrtr, and there erecidh ,I m orty tio by oe r oroulythan tl yIpuain, fll reninant of savages, who hlld befen scattered States. He xpre- sy tells !lluiibly there, that am! were ,rcivig upon .l!e faith of Niclotls's pro- zarro so vehemently complaius, will, it is hopc"
! i,;-, v!le, awly red coibatn t Is gains! thie of excluding all foreigners from. intercourse and dispersed before hin. This was vuuticieat to : the chie of those outlaws was the prifoti;)ai rises. 0rupt tiiseopie wee the peopl of the enable to present other and sonuder views of tls
"2 !x n- liter in check the remnant of the bandlttie against cause of bis, Arbuthol.'s, beinb in the country ; c."gro fortrllected by Ncholls's and Wood- subiect to his Cathol sajesty's government
, ,'. n nc lot ss b orders of the U united S states, in w ith 'he Ind iantt i e t s h har d oy o d d h(.rl a w o ar's.n,.-[ o uornne b ad m arched so lonm as thL -uey s lou d and t h?.t he !iad co me w ith a l a sw er fro m E arl bilie's pr oc h mi lion ?, durin g the A m erica n a nid h "'i ., ,',K ou to show th a.t the oc eupati o
;ii-it vicirihy. A part cf thin force consisted It nu't be known to the ,"3.puish iovernneni, e destitute of either aid and support. It was, in Bathuast, delivered to him by Governor Cmre- ;'iglih,.! ,wial; and lle cuse'to which they stuck, Pensacola and St. Marks was occasioned neithee
11ra corns of colonial marines, levied in the whether Arbuthaio had a Spanish licenrn tor hIis judgment,'not sufficient, if they 5ilhult rhe suf- ro0, of New Providence, to certain Indian tali;, 1.. as the savage, service, exterminating waragtainst by a spirit of hostility to Spain, nor with a view
"ritish colonies, in which George WVoodbine trading withi the Indians in Spanish Florida or ered to rally their iumhers under the protection in which) this aid of tile British government had the united States. to extor, prematurely, the province from he-
v.;as a captain, and Robert Chrystie [I.-H-.] not b but they also know that Spain was bound of Spanish forts, and to derive new strength betre tolicited. Hambly, hinir,, had been le"'t Aton.gthe aentsand actors of such virtuous possession; that it was rendered necessary "ay
Ainbrister was a Lienttenant, by tcaiy, to restrain by ftree ail hostilities to m the impotence or the ill wil laa ist the by Nich ols, as the ageut betweenthe ladh as e nlerpri:i.s as are here mn 'eiled, it was hardly ti neglect of Spain to perform her ,,,.,...
LI, tX* As between tire United States and on the part of those Indians, against ihe citi- [U;ited States of the Spanish authorities. the British government,; hutaving ouu!d that expected that there would bo found remarkable _ents of restraining the Iudians from ho,.,lk.
X] Grt I~r i tan we sliuld b e willin-' Io zea of the- United Stales, and it is for them fie took possession, therefore, of Pansacola Nicholls had failed in his attempt to pnuvall ^pon evidee..osf their respect, coti dence and good against the United States, and by the culpable
X. G great Britain, we should be w fil ling to zel Of inho colsiste lyl' w 'lhll0ose e a ge- and of the Fort of Barrancas, as lie haTdone of th( .B-iiah goverment to pursue ltli clandes- faith olNVards one another. A cto-rdIIt ir be- couutenance .:.'.. ..a .r, i._ e, a d. a iiast
bary !his transaction in the same tat of meats oX ain l d, ct rary o'l tbe max.- St. lMarks,not ill a spirit of hostility o Spain, but line War, in the midst of peace'; and I hlt tthey sides tle violent seizure and distribution bv given to the. ih.Ji.Ji,., i, their hostilities
vion with otr transactions of that a s a ecssary wr b s Spain cud cna oaliemeasure of self-dflnce, giving were not prepared to support hli spreten,.e, that Aby tire Spanish governor aridcommarndan
tihe hostiofties o Col. Nichol s ter mnated ;ms of her ordinar pchcy, grant suc a notice that they should be restored w whenever half a dozen outlawed fugitives froin tlhe Creeks Governr Camaeron, and (o iNieo ls, are filled at"those places: That the United States have
;iit the war. But he did not consider tile ncnce to a foreign incendiary, whose priuci- SpI should place commanders and a force were the Creek- nation ;-when-li, i Arblit, tie with the distrust fnd susuiciowo of the Indans a Vight to demand, as tliePr:;d-,,l lucicul.
peace which ensued between flhe U. States pal, if not his only object, appears to have there, able arid willing to fulfil the engagements incendiary came, arid was i,-i,..,i;i,,. theiin, by that they iere detdcived and. betrayed by Ar-n of Spain the punishment I-.d iho.-.e oroeu.- lor
and Great Britain, as having put an end ei- been, to stimulate those hostilities which Spain of Spain towards the United States, of restrain- promises of support from Great Britain, to caom- buthnot'; while in Arbuthnot's !eters to the this misconduct; and he fie rther demands of
other to his miitarv occupations or to his nego- had expressly stipulated by force to restrain, ing, by force, the Florida Indians from hostilities menace thoir murderous inursions into Ilhe United satic Niciiolls, lie lencases Woodbina of havihg Spaia just and'reasonable indemnity to the Uni
tiations with tlhe Indians, against the United XLIX.] In his infernal instigations lie was against their citizens. Tie President of the XLVJI. b.1 States, Humbly, at tite request (i the XLIX. f] taken charge of poor Francis, tlhe ted States for the heavy and necessary, expenses
tates. Several months aftr the ratificat on "but too successful. No sooner did he make United Stales, to give a signal manifestation of Creeks themselves, wrote to hil), wa'ninig him propliet, or Hilas tlildio, upon Iis return tfrom-1 whlch taey have been compelled to in.,, i,i'tb." '
his apnearauce among the Indians, accompa- his confidence in the disposition of tile King of to withdraw from among that band of outlaws, falngud to iew Providence and under pretense t'lure of Spain to perform her engagement,
of he treaty of Gent, he retained his post and i the Prophet Hillis Iad, returned Spain, to perormN with good faith this ;,,,J;i .. ;-" ", ld'h"in- "lm ,- ol-nninfureboding ofthe doom "oftaking care of him and his affairs-of having to restrain the Indians, -iaggrsted by thing
lis ph9arhy-colorad forces, in fthattrraty ] fio his expedition to Efla'd, than tie ble engagement, and to demonstrate to ,ill.,. -, 1.1 *I", .. -,1... h.11 ...,... the hand of justice, if' he defrauded bim tofa large portion of tie presents demonstrated complicity at ", r ovimading
the U- Bit tile 91 ha article of that trat yn, L.) fro inhabitant tordersanfthae U. that neither the desire of conquest nor hostility persevered in the course that he pursued. Ar-- which had been delivered out frotm the king's officers with them, in their hostilities against
tile United States had stipulated to pill an end, Ilaefu1 ^ to Spain, had any influence in the councils ofthe butlnot, nevertheless, persisted; a(d while le stores to him, for Francis'i use. This is oeof ta1ne United States: That the two En-glishmear
,nediately tfter its ratification, to si- ,h(ales, were visited willta all hlic Iorrorsosa' United States, has directed tie unconditional res- .1 ...l.i;,,.. wretched Indians with (he pro- XLVII. a.]'thhe passages of Arbn1rot's letter to executed by order of Gen., Jackson were
tinns with all the tribes or national, of Indians rgeI-war; the rubbery of their- property, and oraotion to any Spauish olliter, duly authorized [.I .1 i.'.In ..... support from .England, lie was Nicholls, umitled in the publication of it last Au- not only indc'ntificd with the savages, witih
, with w aln theiy ight be at war at the limae the barbarous and indiscriminate murder of to receive them, of Pensacola and tlie Barrancas, b. was writing letters for them to the Bri- gust, in the 'London newspapers." whom they were carrying on the war doaiwf
of the ratification, and to restore to them all woman, infancy and age. ard that of St. Marks to any Spanish force ade- c. tish minister in the United States, to fn this narrative of dark fnd complicated tie- the United States, but that one of them >,.. tih.
the possessions which they had enjoyed in the After the repeated expostulations, warnings quate for its defence against thee rifack of tilc d. Governor Cameron ofNew Providence, pravity ; this creeping and insidious war, both mover and fomenter of the war, which without
e pose" 131 1. Thi article had no application and offers of pec, through the sumnter and savags. Bnt the President will neither inflict e. to Colonel Nicholls ; to be laid before against Spain and the United States ; this mock- his interference and false promises to the Iadians
o the C'reek nation, with whom the Uni- autumn of 1817, on tihe part ofthe Unit('d States, punishment, nor pass a censure upon General t. the British government: andeven to tlhe cry of patriotism ; these political philters to ofsupport'fromtheiBritisbgoverment,neverwould
to t he ) Creek nation, will' whl tie lha' beihl be-en answered only by Lt. aI.] renewed Jackson for tl,;t conduct, he motives (or which Spanish governor of St. Augustine, ard fugitive slaves and Indian outlaws; these perfi- have happened-thatthe other wastlie instrument
d.Sta es had aheady rade peaiceby a Utree-oulIages, fnd after a detaIhment of LXI.) forty were founded in tle purest ]alnotism, of (ie he- the gverr general of tIie Havana, soliciting, dies'nd treacheries of villahis incapable of keep- of war against Spain as well as the United States,
ty concluded oi Itie 9th day of Aug'u, .l.-1 ,mi une Licuteuant Scott, accompanied b), eessity for which lie had thie .ieost iunediate and inlall quarters, aid and support, arms and ammu- ig r tat en tO each other, all in the name commissioned by M'Gregor, and expedited by
inre than four months before the treaty Ot seven women, had been way laid and murdered elfrctual meaus of forming a Ijudgment,.*and ine l t ion, for (he Itadians, against the United States ; of South American liberty, of the rights of runa- Wosdbine, upon their project of conquring
Ghent was.sign3.ld Ye't, Colonel Nicoholls not Ihy tile Indiiiti lleOrders were give t toIdieasl an vildlicatoietfsd T',.nhat a
only aptected to consider it as applying to thi Jarikson, anle a. adequate three was phtce et the law of nations, as well as in the lirst law of 1:'.-..,-. the British government with having ers--all combined and projected to plunder Spain aeeompilies uf the sav-ages, andi aiirtir against
eninoles of F~lorida, and tlhe outla~wed Red his disposal, to terminate the war. It was ascer- nature, setf-deerice. He thinks it, on thie con- d4-i, i.l,.. Indians initl war with the United of her provinces, and to spread massacre and their better knowledge, worse than savages, Gen.
Sticks, whom I[e hazit induced tojoin hii; there, tained that tile Spanisli force iu Florida was in- trary, due to the justice, which the United States States, ard deserting them after the peace, devastation along the borders of the United Jackson, possessed of their persons and of the
httl aetnatly persnadcd them that they were adequate for tlhe protection even i.< the Spaniishi hav a 1r1gh t to claim from Spaln; _and you are YUwl eakaogti aespoue ttsI l issfiin oco h yp-pof ftergit ihb h afladw
eni 'db iru fth rat fG ent deqoaterriory tse prtecgant Ii iongevend(f hore I ew "You will remark along the papers produced States ? Is all this sufficent to cool tile sympa- proofs af their guilt, ,might, by tile lawful arid w,-
u itlthe ta ht accordingly itructcd to dead of the Spanish XIAX. No. 1.] o his trial, a power of attorney, this of Caholic Majesty's government, excited dinary usages of war, have hung them both with-
,entitleds^, byvirtueof te trealw to Ghernt. to less Indians arid Negroes ; air(], although their government, that inquiry shall be instituted into dated 17th June, 1817, given him by twelve In- by the execution of these two subjects of a out the formality of a trial : That, to allow them
all tile lands which had betioged (1)hfrit tevastations wer ecommittedwiftlhinlthe limits of he contdet op Don Jose Maze% Soe.rnor f tians, partly of Florida, and partly of lle fiigi- power in amity with the king." Tie Snanish every possible opportunity of refuting the roofs
.nation. within fie United states, in tie year the United States, they iminediately sought re- Ponsaeola, and of Don Francisco C Luengo, tiveoutlaws froni the United States. He states government is not at (his day to be informed or of showing any circumstance in extenuation
1H131, ad that tile government of Great BIhi- fuge within the Florida line. and there ouly were commanidaut of St. Marks, and suitable punish- thatfthis power, and his instructions, were, to that, cruel as war in its mildest forms must be, of Iheir crimes, lie gave.them the benefit of a
Sai wetld [11.i. li-] support them in that to be overtaken. he necessIty of crying the meItinlicted upon them for having, n defiance meIorialize tire British government, and te i is, arid necessarily must be, doubly cruel, when trial by a courttui[,a martial, of highly respectable offi-
It'etensiuas. Hie asserted also this doctrine line was indispensable ; for it was from beyond and violation of the engagements of Spain wih governr general of" the Havana. These papers waged with savages ; that savages make no ce's: That the defence of one consisted, solely
in a corespondenee with Cut.. Hlawkins, theo the line that tile Indians inatlbe their murderous the United States, aided and assisted these hordes are not. only substantially proved, as of his hand prisoners, but to torture them ; that they give a'rd exclusively, o technical cavils at the nature
.the Agent of the United tates with the incursions within that of thie United States. It of savages in those very hostilities against the writing, on (lhe trial, but i ntio quarter; that they put to death without dis- of part of the evidence against him, and the othq
Creeks, antd gave hinm notice, in their name. was there that they had heir abode, and the ter- United States, which it was their official duty to ,w' oerlconfessed his guilt. Finally. that, in restoring
with a mockery ot solemnity, that they had ritory belonging ii fact to Lhlem, although within restrain. This enqniry is due to the character of and XLIX. b.j ofLondon,of the 24th. and characteristics of Indian warfare have been ap- Pensacola and St. Marks-to Spain, the President
e ;.roffei-ive arid te I the Spanish Jurisdictio. Theire those oficers themselves, and to the honor of 25th of Aug. last, his letter plicable, in their most hcart-sickeninghorrors, to gives .he most signal proof of his confidence,
concluded a ir;ty Of Alliaieofitniv and o t h' that the American commander met the the Spanish govern-ent. The obligation of XLTII. c.] to Nicholls is-published, that wai', left us by Nicholls, as his legacy, rein- thiathereafterherengagementtorestrain,byforce,
defensive, & a itraty tiN awigation arid C a aici m rssan e fon-e ; th r t a,.p i t etri y.ro ,th .s`o afom alhotliisag i s
fpinep r*esIuslane from litr there it was, Spai to "estr,. by for'r.,lhe l'd"asof Flori- [Compare XLVIL e. (somewhat garbled) with a stigated by Woodbine, Arbuthnot and Armbris- the Indiaus of Florita trom all hostilities against
X. rceihGreat. Britain, of' whih more fn\.) tdat were tut the stilt ,I .,- da fio'o si' .w.**n* t he United States and and XLIX. No. 1.] copy of Hambiy's above tar, and stimulated by the approbation, encour- the United States, will be effectally fullled;
, to be heild aafer it s uhd he a Iified in scalpsOf our citizens, freshhIla ltchered by) thenm ; Ihe' eien, is ._ ,, l.. is positive, is uuqalli- niiiohed letter to hirm, and a reference te to this agement, and aid of the Spanish commandant at that there will be no more murders no more rob-
P).-glau .l. Col. Nicholls then evacuated his there i1 was that lie released tlie only u ,onu, lied. 'Ihliefactb tfat fior a'series of cars theyhaveIldIan poi er of attorney o him, approved by /ht St. Marks. Is proof required ? Intreat the Span- series within our borders, by- savage prowling
V 'i.. whlii'll, in so-nev of I h enclosed papers, who laad bcen suffered to sumvive the massacre of received shlter, assstance, supplies an} prater- Commandant of St. Marks, P. C. Luengo. Atloth- ish minister of state, for a moment, to overcome along the Spauish hoeand seeking shelter with-
. c.!.d the Poi..rt at* P iolpct Bluff, but whicll the partiv under Lieutenant Scott. But it was tion, in the pr,.lice of such hostilities Irom tle XLVI ] erofllhe papers is(a letter, written in the feelings which detailslikell.-semustexcile, ilit, to display it their villages the scalps of our
Ih had denominated the B3ritish post on the not anticipated by this government that (lie com- Spani.shcoimmanders in Florida, is cleararindun-. the- name of the same chiefs, by Arutthnot. to and to reflect, if possible, wilh composure, upon women and children, their victims, and to sell,
.Atalcihicola; took with lim the white por- manding officers of Spain, 1i1 Florida, whose es- XXXIl.] cquivocal. If, as the.commandershbothat e.,.[;i ;, ,, house on tire Aplalachicola ; bit- the facts stated in the following extracts from the with shameless eflronterv, the plunder from our
i,,,li ,)f l foice, and e mb arked! for Ergk mnd, peccal dnty it was, i!ll couformity to tile solemn XLi ] P ensa eolaand St. Marks have alleged, this "., ,,. ] .i ,1 comply i i g t at the Are al s docu ncnts enclosed : citizens in Spanish forts and ciiesm; that we shall
... ih sover of ihe wretched savages wrom he eningagnenls cot acted by their nation, tores- has been life result of lhehir wcaancb. rather had made settlements on their lauds, within the Letter .from sailing master Jairus Loomis to hear no more apologies from Spanish go-vernors
,.as ihus *Jiudiag to tacit fate-among whonb train, by force, those ln'dians from hostilities than of their will, i 'theyv have assisted tie In- Spanish lines, and calling upon thie govet-nor Commodore Daniel T. Patterson, l3th August, and commandants, of their inability.,to" perform
was tu sPropdei ranis, or aillis .ladlo-ant againastlhe United States, would e found en- dians against the U. ,ates to avert their hostili- general to give orders to displace them, and send XXIII.] 1816, reporting the destruction of the th duties of their office aid the solemn contracts
the duties of their otortilis lajo-nd traiceLhandbckthethersonlounrynIntoi Werrego Frt
Col'a_ aiding arid ahetting Then], and lItm- ties ron0 1tle province, 1%hichthley had not su- t bktot 'n country. i of their co ry-o oe excuses for conhpgian-
ef t til rort, apty supplied withmilitary sn' withsuppes, forcarryinlg on .ch cient force to defend against them, in ay serve, !yassign.asarem( asking this license for" ". On e examining the prisoners they stated that ces to lhe savage enemies of the. United e states
slor ,s and tat nitiou, to the Negro depart- hostiiities Ihe officer in command, immediate- in some sure, to exculpate, individually uth ot,te want of. a person to put in wri- Edward Daniels. 0. S. who was made prisoner friomthe dreadoftheir attacks upon themselves-
Mimit ofhis allies. it afterwards was known ly before General Jackson, was, theefore, spe- carry nnstrs ared m no more harboring of reign imp ers, upon
IVV. V] by the name of Ncgro Fort. Colonel cially. instructed to respect, asflar asq p.osible, tile.irreistible to lo the l' mnish overmnetitilint thl.e ,-. Anericans. And they add," the. c,>aimlnder "' bturnit hlive." compulsion that a streregth suuiefient will. be
Rawkms iummediately communicated to this Spatiish atlthorily, whercvelr it was maintained, right of the Unilcii ,.lates call as little cominpoad o k the inrt f esas heard all of our Letterfrom Archibald Clarke to Gen Gaiues. kept in tle province to restrain the iuttia~is by
government the correspond.ence between hint arid copies of those orders were also furnished to with impotrce ats with perfidy, and !hat(Spain talks and complaints. Ie approves of what we 26th Feb. 1817. (Message of the President of force,and otticers empowered and instructed to
Nicbolls, here referred to, (copies of which, General Jackson, upon i&s taking Ihe coinjand, must imediaach, ymake her ae.otion, either to have do11, and what ; a i the U. States to Congress, -26(h March, 181S, p. eof it de eca lln y to eaintaiv te fuitof fthe
th .Saest oges,2- ach ss employy it effe ctually to rofaiinai tile good faith
marked No. 1 to h are herewith enclosed,) on tcoarseInft course oft e r t. place a force in 'Florida adeqlate at omne to the his reenimmendation wc have thus presumed to 9.) of the nation, by the effect uliment of tie
tponlicN Mr. MoAroe, tehen Secretary of rshe waitfit ned, direct from tile G oOno- ; 0teti: of hor terrt;oly and iei'e address your excellence." You will find these "On tie 24th inst. the house of Mr arrest, treaty-
upon which Air. Munroe then Secr eteary of i' Pensacola, that a party of the ho:-.'ile In- oflier,.. ..-,..,i. or cede to tlU United Stites papers i yIahe printed newspaper enclosed, ard in residing in the upper part of this county, near the persons and property -of 'our fellow ei,;,ns
'.] ,State,, dressedd -,-tetter', (copy markeddiattos had threatened to scize that Fort, and iti t apro6W,, -I. 1 .. ,.1hshe Ih --. ,;, ~u Ke h ......I -....- iOf the coui-tnmartial, antd will ,t the boundary of lWayne (,until eriua o h odr f h ntdSaesimeaie
(-.) tf Mr. Baker, tire British Chiarge d' Af- hI apprehended the panih Garrison there was nomiaa! possessiouon ; but which i. ,. .,,.ade- o,,,, ,, the Spanish government not attacked, ding his absence e J; snea -a ,e mide J; it I. ,|., ....... w-i t. b d .. ,out ( g as .... .
ioires,, o ci- rot in strength snicient to dei..ud it against relief open to tie occupancy o every enemy, only a d,,.;s,,u p f t unexampled core- 1, of the'day, by this party, (of' Indians) con- tha t'Nla I, I- .,,i-, opo, r i-., pi. ,.i.,n s.lrengt s.-Iall
'0li's conduct, and' shewing that iris preteliee thenl TLhs information was coniraed fiom civilized or ;,%, ,.,-, t-f ilie "United States, ,nd -inces of the Spanish Officers in F,ioria to I(sisting olf about fifteenuwho shot Mrs. Gar- her territorial rights and neutral obligations, by
that the Idtharticle of the ticeaty of Ghew ohlier sources, and by (lhe evidd n'e produced up- i- ) no .i,. .'1.1. purpose than as a post f o rbue intrusive agents and :,, ;..-.,: ,..1 Iln ian relt, in two places, and then dispatched hfer by : -,h..,it, -,nl i,, I. ,i,j, I, .h,r;., ,. ,. ,.1l..i ,,| i -I .
could i,are any aiplicat7on to his ii,.ins, nn the trial of Arbrister, it p roved to have been ot annoyanice to (heo. ,. inst the Ujiled -. .. : i.n a ula- s tb g and scalping. Hor two children, one !,,..., .i.i.j .... ..!. .Jil. ,. ,! .1 .1 .. I
ro Ah ttl u- ', o,ag in t th U i a-,, I,,asv- sa biga d c lpng ertw hidrn o e ,,aN. .-dI,,-. I.n-,,[I .i, .. ', .
"V-1;'.] was utterly destilte o ".,l-.I-l,,! file...,,,<. .- weretiab- ,ft'va;, s% wof of ri1rdnce and of humanity, di, bai Utt, wl, h whom we have been coted- 7 ,e co'ndn .
-nhi I.f.prud nce..I. .) ,.n te,,r. e etai~' r -... .. .: .I 1,n1e o n a a to b ta uwere also murdered arid the eldest scalped: life peace to tile ct. -1 .I ...,.... j, .. r.f;1-,.'United
l-J 4-. p -Ie a !'ld ;ul..i 1 tli t'uited States, >)e was warranted ', ..r,.,, I. ,fwa. his Rieul ,by g, a us ot the britch til adervs oi l ornlda who itc ,e ,.,r .j-kson so complain ,- of; ose WasOlen plundered of every article of States-if & I ,. .I. should
1.1,n I ,l~l.c, wi Ith e I fitr ted StatesI.lie amicable and tat being refused, by the r-lcrf -irsteascsmbled >ud employed them, and of the f w I wl I .1.,, "il .,I T. itpd States to take possession:
;.henm l_'~gls~t, wth inlrucious o remn- tbia ocnpatoa o the urt. herewill eed ,.:,t ,tL I ,,:Iaelsi of whuich a reothav"evsuewnllsefouundred a, right,,..,o., va.uetarStaessettakeilssire.o
sipen in Lwillv the Biwith instructiov~nstoVernt a cinsile occl~lupti of til!e l .-'1licre will need British intruding and preectnding traders, shine demand the punishment. Here is the comntan- LXI.J Letter from Peter B. Cook (Arbuthnot's "i Il,,' "-'1...1.1 'l3 ;andd places in ilordrf 1"idX -a
str'afe With the Br'itish government ngatinls' nocitations frenn printed truatiseson internation- tile prjiee, who have !, ;toi ,,ie, arid betrayeddato Spnsfrtbudbyhearde-cek)tEls, ,Creatasas dte8- clare, with theecandor andtfrankus htbc
h~p~edinso~ ^ ^ tohe. no^ .veii S ^~ ^ S '^^ ^ ^ ; d,,, of a Spanish. fort, bound bly tile sacredl ell- clerk) to Eliz. A, Car~ney, at Nassa, date(! Sit- daelote adrad nkesq that become
these proceedings fNrihoili ailnd It.shaw how l; T *w, to ,rove the correctness of this principle. the"'to destircition, have been iot less hostile ,gaeenl of' a treaty to rslrain7, by force, the wahniee, 19 Jan. 1818, giving a accounts of their us,tlhatanotheruunconditiona restoration of them
incompatibl c they were Vith tlhe peace which It ii ,engraved in adantant on hIIr common sense to Spai than to tie U,.nited States, lie proofs. I 'dieus a'ithi Iris onn o "cnt u operations with lhe hniians, against the Ameri- must not be expected; that even the President's
XI. a. .b.] had been concluded between the of mannkit,d ; no writer upon the laws of nations contained i the documents herewith enclosed hostilities against the United States, coospirin cans, and their massacre of Lieut. Scott arod his confidence in te oot faith and nltimatejustie
'o nations. Thesse re ioreal ranees were. ac- evter pne.vndo: to Contradict it ; nole of any are cocmhlsive. Mr. PiZ, atTO'S note of 2Pth of with those sesain lnndians, afnd d,'l;l.,, If, 1, 21. ; ,_ party, oft],. ,,,;.i..,vernmeut 'ii! vield to-i, pain-
curatirigy !la,.!,trrlm persooul nv(et'vi>iv iti rtoput ;ti or Cuthorf. evcr omitlcd to assert it. A"SIst, sjic lis Catholic ,I ,,..,., 's pro- is) written aplpro atiot tlo their ".'..".',".. I"ll. -." There was a boat that was taken hy the hI foil (l '-i.. i,..... .r continual disaiTpointmentI- and
Xit. a. b.] Earl Bathurst and tord CasLle- ^^".] At For" M- :A found 111.,11 Ad iaiOn at (tie sanguinaryy oxecu- foreign r. a Brilish snbjecl, as their ageI.', to 1 dians, that had in thirty men, seven women, that, after unwearied and almost unnumbered ap-
righ, and at-lervards in written notes, all- llthut, LifeBritish Indian trader irom lnvynnd tions, onrthe Spanish soil, ofl enl>.|co!pats oflphw- solict assistants and sfpi.s from tle go>vernor four small children. There were six of llhe men peals to them, orthe performance'ot their stipu-
drssed successively to thorn, copiess ol tie ,Vs;, the irebrand, !,vy whose torch thillNe- ers in Ianity with the Kilg'--n., .... 1. i1-1,.1.l general of the lita nd a fro ft he British gt clear, and one woman saved, and all the lted dnties, in vain, the United Staties will be
grcscs of )ludhallwair a.vaillst Our tnn't-r- hid hbeenIrel- not and Artn .rltcr.Let ?]r[' i '.. .. o n t t- tu' n- a eh s- -et-ft-m _. ~l.tT e hiru eetok rhctn~ otple tor~ fo h roeto
wh~ich. together with extracts froll ilie de:-- "I'ndd1" 1 .11 govrf'ihpit luu'pfiPi^.ppnlnli,,' ^2'11^fr carrying Oil thelse Salle hos- rest ufthuil --k-i,]]. Thle children were took reloutaiity compelled to rely, for the protection
h, toge. kindled, was foundn initiate of tire comand- take tire trouble of reading ,lie enclosed docu- utilities. to by the letg,, and their brains dashed out against 1o"r'otheirIborders, uponpo themselves alone.
,. a Ze t tm ,k e m u b l m t r t au t S f a mi ily .; a n d it w a s a ls o lfo nl d t h ait b y t i le 1tn e n t a n ld h e w ill d is co v e r NNh et) A r b u th no t a r ] e t c i e t h as e o f A r n b i t e' f e t h o a t y o a r e A u th o riz e d to e o m m u n i ca t e t h e w h o I Ge
lacretary of Sta te, reporting whIat passeu com mlandant himself ct iicils of war hila lbeefn Armb trister wvere, find 1vl t we, re their l rpo-I fL(lie tbe wonhoitoetheceaselkfArse casn tr e
,.t those interviews,) are e ncl -,ed. Lord pern itted to be held within it, _ve savag XLIX. ses : That Arbuthno w as only the .- va taken in abrese leadiwgand n t e e If h e r ecit al of scenes likew th mese cannot e tof this e etter n the. accomplin,. It documents
"i.athitrst, in the most unequivocal inan- chief',ard warriors ; thal the Spanishstore-hllos- LVIl,] cessor of Nichols,ndArbrsterthe"Indizsfeeliwgsaoinshosewhrian reps; wiv d pthe 1 have the honor
ret, oaifirmed ihe facts, and disavowed Ith. es had been appropriated to their use : that it agent of Woodbine, aid flhe subaltern of McGru- anid to that charge; upon his trial, pleading guilty. agIondfeeli o t whos wie ad h & ..
iicow<'.cltof Nich,ils ; cleared Int dii,- 1. 1s an s opn market for cattle, known'to have gor Mr. Pizarro qualifies Gen. Jackson's ie- But the primary object of his eomhg there, w s d 'a e i'oidt o'tysaime.gbtaht,. JO QU C ADAMS.
p:ob-ttiG1 (,fil l:te pretended treaty of Alliance, been robbed by them from citizens of the Unit- cessary pursuit of a de .eated savage enrily, h be-, .*LV ,t. il more hostilo to Spain, than to the e 1xose, t t t e isa e b rba- __
Lt lo,,nsive an d defensive, w hichl ie had m ade ;, e d S ta tes a rid w which had been contracted for y o nd the S parish leorIid a lin e as ash mef ,ul i .- U ni ed taegha t e l r e e a a t or-, tofd eed s li e the seS hp ud, FhOil d OlRpC OE S uPON Da E N .
a.d I C' based th.,-olhicers of tie garrikon-- vaso, of His Miajrsly'sterrilory-yet, that terri- the witnesses, who testified this trial, that le ors laud tor Ibe made, why, with ol td Philadelia. Sday--noon.
-ssured the Aferiean minister that tieBrit- Thi o had bee ar( fro th s t' was he territory also of the ".-. ,...... ,., hd come to this country upon Mr. Woodbine's ,tquiry hereafter be matle t .hy > it]! three
_.o "s had bright wilh hnn, with advice to date of tlie depart e oi d peen.'.- had bfeI noted was the failure of Spaiu to fulfil this en.busent e sl the aetrie! armyt, under tcGregor ; and thEat wansr y or f ri a ed bcfonvby the ion, the Columbia, and Pea.,
.alaketbeir pw.-eanetn ,ci, eri^as they cold 1,y tle Spanish Commisi,-,ry, and aininu~itiion, which had made it necessary for general Jackson I'e had expected a captaincy..And what was n.z let,^' ito Amteda to dhia todax Janhaeavg va hec
obtam. Lod Casteireaght cunfirted teI as- munitions of wvarI, and a l neeiC-ss,-s supplies fur- to pursue the savage arossthe line. What thee the intended business of M regor and \Vend- arr iof lh aty b whrh those n w e r i As t e dam T "rde aix *ne,
sulance that the tre.iy w,,!l not be ratified ; nished to the cndintes, was the character of riehoclsas invasion of His trine, at Tampa Bay ? It was tlhe request of bntchioer ed, antittoops "heLasts n wer thu s LirerPoo g ; Cam. Ierry and Ja ges Coulter,
itd if, At thoe same ti'ie that lhiese assurances, Thie conduct iof tet;;'c .rtor of Pensacola was Majesty's tcrrito,'y ; and where was his Maies- Florda fromn Spain, hy the use of those very In- dahe agaihnst the boat.,, otni ug with suhavn jrh n Icre g.venn ceaao f dttuctots of ,uhhc note- not less marked by a disposition at eem t" to the y' lradaofmino esionemi Mt. Pmauo revolts at entre re--y e ; Merican Bto o a
t y -f a i w o l diow a c k d iuI ntahas I, a ndi s p a r est s ftth eAu vi v e s a r me ft h a teii ffr m h mel t."sa g a n s t t h e U n i t d S ,'i ,d, d i tw a s baor e r f t h i r o m m n d e ian fn ahtl ya b

riet, were shewn lo tHp rohet Hilli lad- Unted tates, ad b l utter disregard to the says, his acstys forts ad places have bee t Mteariswa so ready to aid and support an at c t ,, t i-nndP e
co g i olfcad b ut:gn %%,rile tre t, -%a d h~ a c t ually ht o norit ci e d r in lst h eyco alni 1, 3, r-%a a b r e th ndi ans r m ho tiiti es wicthey a naeo t b en s zee on, ay ad n t he p in t a c tbfsh s th s a tis c nt i ed inale do n eJ ahc'eksur e desonre r buIwus ic li-iiifm nd ; lza it x a d ia ; n t '
mA ie 6 lnih Chti,;i fa t er f ie1 pl.by whih t ose ] Nk in t ns

slobasa inr:tiso oC;.ere t a sgtobpresumpdn againstuheesaecotd uponnto .ada, Ip f hnerdbeenfownupnby h ,n cuent nd dbyh e oo-f .. ; "is.m orni al he outward buaabout O sa!
uawtitese'.favors were granted himot reward s tid l territorial rights aud authowity of Spain, by, a riish fort on the same Spanish territon been gress ..at their last session, relatit. to the o feup 1 a till e or e >.. oh the forsiga whts e in- left tie Piers at ploeester, and a fe o have lte.
f Taht services, aud not as ene urage ett to. the destruriou of (le Negro fort, his lrnedeces- i erected t during t(le war, asr left standing as a. LVl ] tioe of Aaelia Island by McGr egor.- enliarcs,wh d isown ed t y eont on w t ay -; alli. "n d ,c c ieil Yok
expectt arty suppmril from th atI Britai, ian a so" had declared it to be ?ot less auroying and : Negro fort, in defance of Spaish authority af- From these doemnen. you will find, that while etrnOnft' adioi ng thch ev n s h city. hn h T. h t win
continugncei of sawge istionsiof's against the iernioins to the Spanish suacts iu Fl.lorida, tar the peace? Where was His t ajesty M pro- McGregor was there, Woodbine went frenI -ew egirade theli sel eus eineathrhe sares>>e h afer-Deilag .e I ae no doubt they will get
failed Stares, all intention ofpghvig aHl such han to the United States, but bIyad pleased his in- h found idignatiso at that ? rids las Majesty sut- Provkdeue, in a scnoner of his own, torot him. : t.'t' y ha" .... "_ o its h;.'e "i dot o
support h;,vifg been.,,.'01Ia. ,, and earnestly ability (o subdue it. te, himself, had expressed peuded forally all negotiation with the sever- Th'at he arrived at Amelia isnaod. fust as Me- eethatn ddefee l esswomuto sensan ito down an the o or en-al. The schrs.
dIavoaed. hmis a.,(>rehlnsgns that Fort St. Marks woald be eign of colonel Nichoils, by r the shameful lJva- a .._., abandoning tcie cornlnanio s of his usage o .. w e: ttot ono.t Pueahoatas and Marl% for -New "-".eea-
Tae wa lhro for, hlowevera abandoned fl by Col. %ibly taken by the savages, fiom its Spanislh ion of his territory without color of provoea- a;hi.eevomeut there, was having it: That Me- t he udesta ar syahratte wh n .ous na- e.
_ch.,ii. t et on t pauish territory, oc- garrison ; yet, at i lhe same time, ie had refused te n, without pretence of necessity, without tihe. Grtl, quettin 1 the vessel i- w hich he had era- oros tenplc;saar
sair t, a a Br th ie lsho:ftti t t> wh o bli e h e ftu it tle paasntge up lie n scambia rll ed r, o to silds inpt !i shadow or eveii avowal of a prer..b 1 t H H is barkedl aat .,..n c om m nca t e od beard ehnt of. ood- ti, w l ,left tireea a gr. nt 'te ig cester, and .h e let' -
S h^ blxe ^ t^ ~, froS whac to o- hepayment tM excessive duties, to provision ?l, i, '; given solemn warning to "h,l, ',',.1, go- '.,,,.1 ,.I .... ,,,ed with lhint to New Pre.idence : ;; i^lt[r the uluy h1e chsie in tht e fSoII rnrat,,m of (he loss of the Slhip Andr'eW,
mtdreaonola sn ure.ana.destined as upplies'- for thle Anme.ican arumy, :t'"n:tc l :e" vcrgrnl: ment, tliat thesewere ncdeuts "oftranls- ",,,...... .....H... had persuaded himn they could "fth ,^scroi-hea.wb ^nybeta^^ theyar t-'aplt. lathia, a, of aadtor thisoport, tforo, l.,v
a ec;tal for fuitv 3aves aud alefators: ^ ion soder ohererie ct Nassat,, from the^ the atemptmaybe mae o t.;, ..Ihe t erp ;o, ; wih a fu11 cargo of Dry Goods, Itd.
XI.]tohegraganoync thofth U i- oth ot itesigprvton.HOhdprd[i" ese fthil l aws orI.I,-Ofhtleani'!g' "',k Illagaill- a',&.&,.Sesie,11t o.ado

t i V J 1 0 t h e-z e f s g eret o a n nt e d i iot ) a so r e w a r d s thr e d f r e e it g rei s a nd e g r e sau t P c n s a c o l a t o b y o f he t e o u i e s ? *" l,.. i h .a I i. ..,r , c o r p s o f C o l o n i a l M a rhee s w h i c h di l s e 'rne d u n a w ol d t l i "" 'n ai!
opatServtitesarid rotfaspunis ouriagementApto, aoe aaeeeisthe detutoUftt- Nerfothisted States. u- inrected driuingtewarons nd pro ftsstotandng s a. Vesoderihoilsdfring helateslandb crwthheUied o fhsnnrtsohs taf'tm't~ ispeoThrsdy latho bughth5eridis.na ie, strucwind

18!l, General Jadksoo wrote a letter to the Go- plies of ammunition, munitions of war andi provis- run away from their masters and join Ihem, did St',des, which cm'ps had been; lahlely disbaunded ; o ni hsen.mihas toH owtnd wit,-lyir ttinh .usa eproemv,^r^ -^'d W ueeaoteeiedt .Sp inld their invtatos ander prom. .teslvso r ihlsdinthltewritIeUitd^^^'^ ^ Tusdyat.but ci, .rc ,-'
vcrnor of .*.... ... i., caiug: upon him to put sionsltad been received hyf hcn frou thence. Tliv notconri..e theuiselvestoltheslaves of th.Uuit,,td a"d with N..oe~s to be founnd at Tarnpa Bay, loften gil<-styofschenl ses dtvit ma,>i takuitlne.m were icc t a 'ay, andeear el fro m thewre. .-,,,.*
down thiscommon nuisance to the peaceable in- ha been, reive an sheltered tee rmt' lfstlyrcie ihu eryawloe.' "0!.; 1. led there fi'omugfd Sttsute Wood-ve witlh asllyo .1111^'s heary welcome andf tl00 !,,, ,u alreadydro then wreckc tood
habitats of a tlythcountries. That letter togath- pu,0 of the ad mericar forces and suffered again and employed with equal readiness, the fugitiv-es "'ine, who pretended that they had nude a grant livs'o s'Ie of his prisoners, tuld .'eat the
cVo J er wita the answer of the Governor of to sally thence, to'o ntee upon ile American terri- from their masters? in Florida, as those l r'om L *M ag. b.w of all their lads there to h frnt _- "Nse whs own p nie have bs e n treated. The out ahl eavy r.ea running, ae.d tde ship they wit ..
Pciteaco'.a have alrea~ly been cominuneated to tory arrd ommit new murders, 1,inally, on the ap- XXV. George., '..ilh., this special injury the Among the papers, tIe. originals of \wliilih are ia l,, 1.1', ,'; ... i ihtwse; pr'nciplcs is found iinin.reh p:ing tn a ha;d her, she soon bilged; and be.
U.le Spi ost Minist~er her_ and by him doubles s, pt' ,ach of G general Jackson to Pensaco la, the governorof l\'.,..;.,, l. t,ri earnestly rem onstrate our possession, in ?,h:Greg utr's ow n hand w ritlu f, h, ,. u .. "'.. tb r te 'rr ^r and furex~ luu l **n { tt( 0 1 a s n -r o i w v i r h i
to hiStgotersmet. Copies of them are, never- XXXIII.] GoveUnor sent hinh a letter, denounc- with the Britis Admiral Cockburn (see the do-e instructions tbr sailing into Tampa Bay, with sthus'only t iat 11he baaritiLeli ot inotthI (an r h pi thi
su.ppor. ..w ainvio encloeId ; particu-arly as the ig lls entry upou thie territory of Florida, as a ument mar!., ,i X\ ,"al l .,,n g .oi ;i n w i,,- shameftel thie assertion that elia lculated .to b a shere bv be ofs.'-csf ,lle .iwcmn tired. It is thns only (lit t lhs were filled with water. Trhey are, harca-
'...,.,. .,...tter from the Governor, explicitly ad- ,:,i,,,i, ,,,. ,. upon tg'e ii ._} .,f* piain, camn- mmvtsion.oftii, i..... -,., -... ,i.,. Ih,- **,oleit sei- the last of April or litrst of may, of the ln'tsecnt tlhe worseK lih n him aun larariti esi~i 01 lEiiripBeu eve, al s_, fc ^ ded ; about,40 1 en, Womnei
, = -- l, ,i this ort,' coast~rueted by N icholls, in m au diug lli n to d part an d. u in hl h. ,,,i fr om t lhe zour of the f,,, l; 6a .J ,i e. ._-i -:% iim t i,. blo w ing d .] y ear ; a letter d ate -d 27 1.h D eeem ber last, to ;im p osto rs, ,"" ,' ", .. .. .." frosm ld C l i i r n l o w l their b -iv-n
violation both uf"the territory and neutrality of sam e, and threatening, in ease of his non-com up of the Ba rraneas, and the erection and m ain- one of his acquaintance in lIris eou ttrv, disclosing er-'" nents tu a h\'a, s disavowed, ca rt}r 1> p j rut., a nd hi tihhi n, theo w ilLout thei r b~ ag'ga e,
Susia, was stl~l no less obtoxions to his govern- plianeo, to employ force to expel lim. telanne under British banners, oi' the NeGro tort h.] the same intention ; and the extract of a pro- ed1 aml" a*"rcsed (Jrea Briltaini y.t en'gages the When the Expres tcft the ship, fireat hn-ipes
m s-t-ou.ai to the United States; but, that he had It became, therefure, in the opinion of General ou Spanish soil-agains the :,,..-._,t, .,*,,.i. b' a Ilamation whie was to haave beal issued at a a ,d co- op'raion of s ava. shin war.-a l
Jisavoiwc.16 his a pi-ehensi is, that ortrlit.e,'linsethasIII ariagn yif osouh tedie rcteiltertaiauhorities'f';nation l l,)d ? o~porthem

neitiser stu ent ibree, nor an authority, without fakson, irdispensably necessary to take from the British officer in the midst of peace, of pretend- Tampa Bay, to the inhabitan gFit : tThat he n lit wanc(say" attlnts of neio cargo li tli ""t l"-l co111 of i an there. l itt ,at-aWh t had not ai ,, a
revs fTom ,e overor-Geieral of the Hava- L.] Goveror of Pensicola (e means of car- ed treaties, offensive and defense, and of avi- person charged wit li makingthsettlement ere 1, a t ad t an
na;, toder-try it. It ltah afterwards, on the27th ryiag his thiret iatto execuilin. Before the far- gatiou awtd commerce npof Spne ish tew ritory, befute his irriv.l, a-ouit hg Ilb s aprd 'oah, for f'toinstig cheoasartes uo r idesand u it s vatii tor rsevral days, and vhiea shi,
Juiy, i~l6, destroyed by a cantmo shot from a ceS ude r his command, (he savage enemies of between Great Britain and Spnlnish Indians, the purpose of :;i,,_ ;. then, from flle despo- ao t has ia...as at ..iuu% 10te p ot r
(tli vessel y tlthe Utited States, which, inits pas- his dounlry had disappea-ed. Bat he knew that 'whom Spain was bound toontrol {,d rr..-]iii-- tismof ipain, and oft dealing tqrem to form a s tahlilhe inud cendenee to th day, ofl the st u i > as atieK. fog. J..u..itituutK^
age uu he river, was fired upon fronm it. it was thi moment those fi 'ces should be disbatded, if if" a "whisper of espos~t,.t ion wa, ,-i .'. .',. d goernmeiit for tle selve.s. 1ew had persuade d hnae :ears w ih w h e, : Ii Ulfe h pn asns nfr m atip on of(lie'lo s oyir s'hpA'd e"
blownuu, wi an English flag still .,',.." as its sielered by Spanish frtresses, if furnisled with from Madrid to Leden, it was m,.i lout enough hose wvo would listed' to hhoen here, tila his ulti- ed haesv uis t d ist ,,; rav'isions .-.Ifi 6. g I wew to"..h
.,I,.. of EnglisIh-[ "t-1-1-rahaleprsuaed ilm.,eyco-idtt, a Capt.s Ra u aa y, oetf.iNawad orthiysr(a.nr

atunn d atn outelv and, th hrer (tes nitiof s and s.u oplies by Spanish oIiclrs, to be heard ae. uss the ,wtlantinc nor cuergftic r ans tetbjeit was to sele the Floridas to the United disavowed v e" *hav "d mo .11 re thisn te ir .
.d.rdn.-f i ty atr the barbaro s aadlf aided and sported by Ihe iostign.ion of enou,,h in transpire beyond the wvails of the pa- Sates. There is some reason to suppose that av e Yet
2,, arid ,.. ,bo ts re ,b ln ig t th a -,,r-sy X: ,lih tl n'c o.F oia"it r e~l;w t af l a goo ~ y G ods ad

receSppcish effourisasdnt, as h alted eve, reason lawes broti whie it deissuoed, and to which il wais he had mnwde indirect tverturas, of a sihemna- detected, au y n .ade, of'1,ore m -shcd. wio of
X,[.;, the.greatannoyathoel,,t'tdittilefUit hry toehe et they would be, eiily would reappear, borne. r turg, to the British: govemncdt. This was Annrlu- thcnt, t(liciucetos oib tltul de .TN.tdvritafcerhse,. nit o,,,,.:,->i' s'..' oth Hnie, us.s cf.(" .or;rcis ,&, ir
itted h, and fired, insadd etion to their ordinary ferocious- The ronnel t ion between Arbum, t anld I Ni- brcster's business ia Florida. ile arrived there wearing to ti ..... i ,. *:.ividlihv io i ,,;s,;..n.e o .' ; cath el the } roil. ,I-
!n the year :fR!7 A lxander A rbuthnol, of n f:ss, wvidt revenge forthe chastisement-h,, had eholi and, between Armbrister. W oodbine and XL[X.] iul M arc'l the fprec u'sor of M c dircgo nuni0 of.t 'em ', t I. *., *- ..' ,' '-,"' '-;o. h, 'o M~utrd). adljour;tfcd ot T tiu;'aday last, ulotit
the idlan ut'ietw Providence, a Britishb sue- so recently received, weald again ruii~t., ,(. the ..;..,..,,.',- i is established beyond all questlot, by and \Woodbine', and, iitiudiatcly upon his a'rirr- t~rtl* haUlids 01.ll .\merica '!!;cncca ': *"^,iln te lii.- ; iip ,;v. "
Led Statesand of San~shFloida.hIeAns -o"Ind .u__ -u.on .Arh. h..ot. .g ofl: ,

Jeer, til'st aplpeorred, as au indian trader io war hatchet ati(! scalping knife, into tle borders tlhe evidence produced at tlhe trials before the ..,h sfudsiii i n A bilntsgos, ''lm itiiicf i>n "*il1- ...u ""'*'sh1'e1't i.^,,ctss cstss thvra.. has ui.-.d ^.j.. ^.. si
-Spaniii5 Flortda ; and as the successor of Col- of the Uaited Slates, ard mark every foot-step cotn't martial. I have ahreadv remarkedtlo you and distribi(ntig (he~n amoug the "., -_... nti h'"S' "*iet rxsnp~i., awfnl it. it.', >';d;iti. ilai.;! ptei SKmio!!, m tibe (.. pioyineot of itrtigat- with th'e- blood of their def~enceless citizens. So .on the very extraordinary cir'Ceunstanee, " ,~ 1,,:" ,;n 't ,* '' tc v *^ :! '.
ir,,-l" .he .' mt r, n ow.!a-/ed ed Stick In- fa'* as all the native resources of (he savage ex- British trader from beyond tbe sea should be per- its naMt,.r (o 'i!ol him, we-ftaovofa'~ wits a bah'tof riu,.l ,* nr.."tttders of .^,.n' ^ -:;: { ^^ Peu-yh, m ^"k.'-^ Co'tu!^,' vot i,:y
4 r~ t- s o m '.u tli r s "* -, i i es i th e U n i l e d t a tl e s t e u d< d t' h e w a r w a s a t a n e n d a n d G e n e r a lJ a c k m i tt e d b y t h e S p a n i s h a u t h o r i t i e s l o t ra d e w i th .V g r o e s- to w a r d s tl he fo rt o f S 1. M a r k is w i l hi l l he *^ .' .c y t o i n la",' ^. ." -m i*te,oe.. hI a bt. ,i 1 t0lok -'c", h, ..1 ". k i.'.-'wh""'
^^ ^^^ "c.^; c^a t^"wie^ 'son wa;s about to r**3tore to |lhir families and1 the I'xlians'ofriorida. From hisletter to I-Int- .Ipcla'ed purpose of taking it by surtuiri^ in the *"*",.e hel ur td tc s a ri*te"-1 l^ t'*"n"-, \i'-": wr ,lan :;"'z :.**,<, .,..v
.. .. ....'rc ,*<* at b .} iv .enl 'ni hu s, h brv lnnterrs whto nad fol- t~lv. dated 3,d ?e\,; I817. (see theu documents nlzht. \Vritin letters to Garcenot Caimerou, rof tlt.rir ne tral, "" y-" 'l. ., / ),-1>. ,, ^ ., *.. -*l,,

It LA to A,; Ole Lindas wt lo tradtbeeunceded to o e ~ na" rd\lo tile m-2;,,] i- ,v, 'a ke-d--C_1 ii~i the ,-,, i,"o 'ie ~~ttwr N w]rvdn.u~nh aln r:u pi. This expo~itiom :,f the caw-4 in, Ol mu.e na:, I5 : ;, .
O t 'th i ed S te in of i e cou t n b Prho idvncc, ure-ant s calliltg for a!li s 1
r" 6 t ae in principal pr.rt of his force. This could be done tial) itappears that histradihy was butaprelence; nunitii'is of war. ahd of eannoi, for lh: war tlhe Chiicirr ni' tfir; \\; i \nclh tllc : !eth:iniolt% In-
Afr''f't, l' 4. As a 6am ere Indian trader, the with safety, leaving th-e ,, ,I .1 portion of his and that is principal lurptse wrias no act as the I a,>in- the Anicricaas ; and tl!('s to C(oi. iMch- dians nnd :...r 'U 1 t'th,- Creeks. coihii i wiil Ad\ % 41 "s. !i
jtatru^.i;- vfi.,t at i tau, Wf a Spunishi pruifio ee, ing troo t a,'t'.!^*sea h lia M 8 l...i, at and tw o smniil a ent ut ti:'- Ind( -.- s mr F'orida, ,n d putais cI'I re' ew '; ,5 th'. .s: i);3 dJl' ,u.'. ofi '"!!'ir ; ih.- o"i'%0. ... *** .... ,.: .T '. :.. st, -;

A! i'D.l'SS OF
TME (: R11, R OF TIll:
AGAs I old Time, in his career,
Has usher'd in another year;
The -' erir.g% ii;-,.,is of the past
A ray of parting glory cast;
Far in the east the shadows fly-
The .........i ;.. sun ascends on high,
And, like a youth on bridal day,
Rejoices in his glorious way.
Still, to the good old custom true,
come to pay my annual due;
And as to you, my friends, belong
Th' usual tribute of a song,
I haste, with more of zeal than rhyme,
My poor odd notes again to chyme.
Alas! 'midst sleet and ice and snow,
How can the liquid numbers flow ?
Instead of soft distilling strains,
Flowing like streams in sumniaer rains,
I fear, that forth from brains of lead,
They'll fly like snow-balls'gainst your head.
But jests apart-shall a poor wight,
With heavy heart and pocket light,
Attempt to mount Parnassus height ?
Still, on your lenity relying,
Sure there can be no alarm in trying;
So, good or bad, your News-man's lay
Shall greet you, on this New-Year's day,
As back the parting glance we turn
With honest pride our bosoms burn.
Our country-dear to every heart,
Where manly feeling bears a part-
Is bless'd with peace, with plenty crown'd,
And golden prospects smile around.
The hnsbandman, with joy elate,
Surveys his pleasing, happy state;
Sees waving harvests bless his toil,
And sows again his teeming soil:
Lord of the hill, the vale, the wood;
Thanks the kind Author of all good,
That no rude lordling, from his hand,
Strains the fair product of his l.nd.
Fair commerce too unlades her stores
Upon our busy, bustling shores:
No southern wind, no eastern gale,
But brings to port some home-bound sail;
Giadd'ning the merchant's throbbingbreast,
And uiiling 'an-ious care to rest.
Tihe hardy seaman ploughs the deep,
Wheire allowss roar and tempests sweep ;
Spreads wide his canvass to the wind,
And l haves the joys of hom-e behind;
Sees olher climb s, breathes other air;
Whilst suiiing hope, vwith aspect fair,
Cheers him, am d the tempest's roar,
That soon again his native shore
lhiall bless his longing eyes once more :
WVhilst wealth, with tantalizing dream,
The sordid miser's nightly theme,
Plays round his pillow 'midst his sleep,
And smooths the hor'-ors of the deep.
Would that each keel which ploughs the
Were in pursuit of honest gain; [main
W/ouldi that our country's stripes and stars,
WTcrv. not employed in pirate wars;
Nr tlha;t poor Afric' injur'd race
--Cold cast upon our name d;-, r .. ',
But 'ruth forbids that we should hide
Those loathisome deeds which wound our
Oli Africa! what heart of steel
Do'. i! thy nu'r'rous ivj'ries feel!
At: idl we, basking in the rays
O(I ttom, i. i.i. slav'ry's days ?
Si. he vile love of gold bear sway,
Aid chase all feeling far away?
Io 0 can we raise our voice to helav'n,
In ,;ankfulness for freedom giv'n ;
How, in a hollow-hearted strain,
Ask for fair liberty's long reign ;
And yet pursue the accursed plan,
Binding in chains our fellow man ?
Sur" .ii great ruler of the spheres
Contc, ns our 'plaints, and scorns our
B'i, io: ';- breaks from yonder skies;
I sie \ *.. r.. o:n. arise--

See i. ) .LLs and 3c.ai, ss wing their way,
0'.-: distant seas to Africa;
Bi-ravini; Ier sickly, fatal climes,
For wealth surpassing all her mines;
Alh, sure a noble, god-like end,
To be the oppressed negro's friend.
L-um:..ted Mills! tho' ocean's wave
Thy much regretted form may lavw,
In in 'y's seat tihy wat'ry tomb
Shall eourish in iiitmmortal bloim.
TIho' 'm"ath the surge. i by .. .'es decay,
'. ; i.'S sp;it v-s'i, f -ert wYav
To :igie i' It the throngs of light;
And, with an heavenly, pure delight,
Surveys the efforts made below,
To easier the weight of human woc(.
Bltss'd hbe thi generous, noble band,
Riedieming spirits of our land,
V'Whlo, feieiiing Airic's wrongs and woes,
Resolvedil at last the list to close;b
And, -i .-i1' ;1. with the blush of shame,
A.t he foul blot which stains our fame,
R,.-,,lv'd thatt Europe;.i slaves,
Bo.,, id tie d'irk Atlantic waves,
IN-, msora their sneers and taunts should
On is, as causing human woe. [throw
Thel meed of praise belongs to you;
Purstmue your task, ye noble few ;
T-li Afric's sable sons set free,
Shall taste the sweets of liberty :
Ti! they i agai[;a behold that shore,
1 oll 'ml -in as late, de.iep cIdric 'h'd i p gore,
But, smiling ', -,i hi tiller's care,
See the g!ad harvest whit'ning there.
iiroh.)'s !;ste eiicrimson'id f(kies
To heavtel born i e-ace e I e"ir o.I'rlig yields,
And late, vwhe-re imarti l armies s(.tood,
Sian ming tie soil with human blood,
Thie goimhin uharvests ,lcss the care
Of hIina \. to sows, wilh prospects fair.
Empuerors ;ind kings tlicir strifes give o'er,
S~iruggtig for mastery now no more.
Th, i. period seelns at huntd,
When t he- tir'd warriors of each land,
With martial fires shall cease to burn ;
Thir !l,,i.dy swordsto ploughl-shares turn; -
And, resting fiom Ihei t;)ils, fair peace
S'adll spread around a large increase,

Fly swifter time'-haste on those days, W I
Sung by old seers in sacred lays,
When wars shall cease from pole to pole, CAR
And bonds of love embrace the whole.
Still on St. Helen's rock remains,
The man of blood, in exile chains: ARTICLS. IPI
He, who set Europe in a blaze, Almonds, soft shelled, lb
Seems destin'd there to end his days. -- hard,
Absorb'd in dark reflections gloom, Anchors,
Behold him, sinking in the tomb. AsmES, Pot, t
Come, proud Ambition, lawless sway Pearl,
Mark how your glories pass away; Beans, 71
And learn, from Bonaparte's end, Beef, less, lb
What direful woes your steps attend. Prime,
He seeks for sympathy around: Cargo,
None ever in his breast was found. Boston, No. 2.
Is this denied ? Turn back thine eye; Boxwood,
Behold yon column rear'd on high; Bottles,
There read, in characters of blood- Bread, Piot,
Upon this spot Viterbo stood !" Navy,
But southern climes our views engage- Cracker,
There foes contend-there battles rage: Bristles, Russia,
Chas'd from the old world's fields of war, American,
Fierce Mars there drives his headlong car. Butter, first quality,
Behold, on Maipau's bloody plains, for exportation,
Brave Martin still the fight sustains Candles .----Dipped,
O'erthrows the mercenary band, ._- Sperm,
And wrests a vict'ry from the hand Wax,
Of Spain's proud chief-whose nodding Cheese, English,
plume Dutch,
Finds in the dust a tyrant's doom; American,
Freedom's bright banners wave on high, Chocolate, New-York,
And kingly slaves inglorious fly. ____- Boston,'No. 1,
But, while we joy in freedom's cause, Boston, No. 2.
We long to see them rul'd by laws, Cloverseed,
Under whose mild, paternal care, Coal, Liverpool,
Each class may equal blessings share. -- Scotch,
Alas we fear discordant views Virginia,
Will disappoint the anxious muse; -Coco, Craccas,
And, e'er on solid basis played, TIsland,
Freedom's fair name will be disgrac'd. Cayenne,
Oh for a Washington, to guide Surrinam,
Their vessel through the stormy tide! Coffee, W. I. fine green,
To lead their armies in the field, do. 2d quality,
And to the laws obedience yield; do. 3d do.
Consolidate divided bands, Bourbon,
And place the power of state in hands Java,
Of those, by whom is understood Old White,
The public weal-the general good. O Mixed qual. inf
What shall we say of Indian wars ? Copper, Sheathing,
Alas! we mourn those fatal jars, Pig,
Which wounds half eal'd late open tore, Braziers,
And drench'd our southern climes in gore. Americando
Heroic Jackson whilst thy name Cordage, foreign,
Stands high upon the scroll of fame, r American,
We grieve, that e'er one blot should mar Cork Wood,
That fame, which sounds o'er realms afar. Corks, Velvet,
Would that the deedwhichstainsthycrest, common,
(Committed in an hour unblest) Cotton, Sea Island,
Were wip'd from out our history's page, Georgia NewOrleans,
Not to be nam'd in future age. Ne Tnnesse,
But since with time it must descend, Bourb. &foreign,
And to posterity extend, C.ALCUTTA GOODS.
May the same page which tells the tale, Cossas,
Our reprobation too unveil; ivlammoodies,
And teach, to ages yet unborn, uaftas,
That cruel actions have our scorn; IHumhums,
And that no name, however rare, Gurrats,
Shall soil our reputation fair. Bandannahs,
But soft, my muse, thy song give o'er, Flag Hdkfs. silks.
And vex thy patrons' ears no more; Currants,
'Tis time to end thy rambling strain. Duck, TRssia, 1st qual.
do. 2d do.
To you, my friends, I turn again ; do. 3ddo.
Whilst seated at your festive boards, Ravens,
And at your beck what life affords; Dutch,
Your smiling progeny.around, Bear,
With rosy health and plenty crown'd ; American,
Think what your News-man must endure, English, No. 1.
As, daily visiting your door, !-- d ssiE.sheet white
He plays with constancy his task. Diaper, broad,
And is it then too much to ask, do. narrow,
That of yotu fulness you impart Drugs S- Dye-stuffi:, al-
Some little share to cheer his heart? phlbeti.cally arranged.
Ah no; he sees his patrons need Alum,
No spurs like these their alms to sped. Aloes, Cape,
Then, as he's bound, he'll ever pray, Anniseed,
That heaven may bless each New-Year's Antimony, crude,
day Aquatortis,
A Arrow Root,
Auspicious may its moments prove, Arsenic, white,
Crown'd with delight, and dress'd in love: Balsam Capivi,
And may you every blessing share Bark, Jesuit, Li. P.
That smooths thewrinkled brow of care do. do. Red,
Till time, who levels in the dust do. Carthagenia,
The high, the low, the wise, the just, Boraxrefined,
Shall cut your thread of life below, Brumstone, roll,
And cause you better joys to know. .---- flour, Sulphur
Aew- Y'ork. .t,;..,:. 18i 9. ----- crude,
Camnwood, gro.
FOK oALE A Camphor, refined,
E RILEY's, Musical Instrument Macer, ; Cantharides,
_LJ.. Chatham-street, has just received front Chalk,
iEnzlutd-- Cochlineal,
Pate,'t Kent Bugles, Bas.sooni, &c. Coperas,
with nllitional keys. Bass Drums, side do. Cream of Tartar,
Double asgeoletts from Fifes, B13. & C. Fusti,
'he best London Ma- Ta'anboris, Trian- Galls,
hers. gles, &Co.
A bere-Ar,,rntof Vi- Just published No. 10 Gum, Copalin.
..7., ,t '.e.. of Riley's flate me- South America,
Do. Flte,, 1 to 8 keys. lodies,containingT7(0 Ammoniacum,
Clareorts.', c. &c. tunnes per 50 cents. -- Arabic
lstrnliuents tuned and repaired. Tragacanth,
,A school for ins'-ruction on the Piano Forte, Assafcetida,
Violin and Clarinett, Flute, Flageolette and don- Guiacum,
ble Flageolett. dec 18-C&S3m Senegal
liEKihS, ROOTS, SEEDS, &c. Gentian,
UST received a fresh and large assortment, Ginseng,
which are allowed by Botanists and Physi- Ipecacuanha,
cian', to bec superior for Mtedical use, to any in Indigo, Flotant,
the world, cured and put up by the United Soci- Bengal,
ety called Shakers, New Lebanon, New-York, -- Isle of France,
andlfor sale by New-Orleans,
JOHN C. MORRISON, Druggist, Carolina
1131, le Greenwich-street-viz: Jallap,
tEo: .e 1t.eaipa,, Colt-...- -ii;;,. Juniper Berr~ss,
Su.el .o.. .,! i...,' Flower .me Liquorice, Spanish,
tir- j ismantain. Lobelia. Marihi Rosisary ---- Root,
Aqelica Sted, Summer Savourv, Sge Logwvood, Bay,
-- y C itoMint o Campeache,

,.... J., ..... .,,, ,l-'ed -er St. Domingo,
Ba-i ft wrs, Mje....i.' \ ,., .. Madder, I
Cniter S', ,, '. ,, Catnip Roots, Smyrna,
rfu[ih.i rr, ei ";'i?,s Manna, Flakey,
M,.io-,l 1 h.,-,.- A.I;nhum --- Sorts,
B..-' '. ,' t .l. Seed, doRoot Nicaraguawood, i
B11l1, It.... it.'',. |.. m ,, add tc
rSg,, Li: Roo1t, Vrii,-, Opium, |
Dili '', Cd raway Seed Atngelica Root. Oil, Castor,
Tahli c s ;'itth a gener-l assortment ofgenmiie Vitriol, 1
Bdihinter Ds'r a as article, ait Pink Root,
d Sosu mt gQuercitron Bark, t
o,!iju. (leware,or every .1i. ,.*;, Medi. Quicksilver, |
I. i." o*r slaps use,.' .. Rhubarb, East India,

cem -, t e t"m t i'y5 Saffroa, I

zct 7-C&C 4" Xa~ tj


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12 15

in. 187 50

bu. 12 50 13
bbl. 12 50 13
11 11 50

gro 7 50 8
Cwt 8

9 75


3 63
3 55
2 50
3 10
4 75
5 40
21 50
11 50
16 50
4 50
3 50


1 50


5 25
10 50Q


11 5i'
12 50

17 50
18 50

Sal Ammoniac, Indian,
Salt Petre, refined,
Senaca Root,
Senna Fol. American,
-- Bast India,
Shumack, Sicily,
---- American,
-iaake Root,
-- Virginia
Vitriol, Roman,
-Feathers, live,
Fish dry Cod,
do. Scale,
-- pickled Cod,
do. Scale,
spr Mackrel, No.
-- do. do. No.
Sout Shad, No. 1
Shad, No. 2
Conn. Mess Shad
-- N. Scotia Herring
-- New England do.
Flaxsced, clean,
-- rough,
Raisins, Malaga,
---- Muscatel,
-- Bloom,
New-York superfine,
Richmond, new,
sVriddlings, fine
ivye Flonr,
Indian Meal,
do. in ihds.
Wheat, North .River,
---- Southern,

,-. n yellow

1': 'H GOODS
in price
I Furs, Beaver, North
do. South& W
-- Martin,
--- Bear,
Red Fox,
S-- Mink, North,
do. South,
Otter, North,
do. South,
) In price per. M. B.
i do. do. per rix dolls
5 Glass, English, 6 by 8,
do. 7 by 9.
5.- do. 8 by 10,
S- do. 10 by 12,
American, 7 by
-- 8 by
-- 10by
9 Glue, Irish,
--- American,
Gunpowder, America
------ Cannon,
S1-ams, Virginia,
-- N. River,
i :i i." Russian,
Amer. water r-
do. dew rot,
-- Yarn, Kentuc
Ilides, Buenos Ayres,
--- West nludia,
i ; [i.'s Li,;d,
7, A ouy
)i money,
---- Havana,
irst sort,

-lorse liair, curled,
'iron, Pig,
-- Bloomed,
Country refined,
Russia, 0. S.
S-- Swedes,
-- English Bolt,
-- Sheet,
-- Hoop,
- .. J,', r. Soal,
Dressed, up-
--- Upper, under
Lead, Pig,
-- Sheet,

SC!argo pric
-' .....r~i, Oak,
'Not-th River Pine,
yellow Pine,
)Albany Boards Pine,
Scantling, Pine .
--- Oak,
')ak Timber,
Shingles, Cyprus,
Staves, W. Oak f Hh
Ilhds. Red Oak,
--- heading,
Mahogany, bay,
-___-- St. Domini
Molasses, Surrinam,
-- Havana,
----- St. Vincents
'-- New-Orlean
-- Sugar-Housm
Mustard, English,
-----_ do. inbottl
---- American
l------ do. ini both
-- Seed,
Nails, cut, all sizes,
Wrought do.
, Spike, do.
-- Sheathing do.
Nail Rods,
, Nankeens, long blue,
----- short yellow
------ Company d
White short
------ do. long,
Naval Stores, Tar,
---- Pitch,
- --- Rosin,
.... Turpeuti

5 60
4 3')
3 45
3 25
3 37

22 50
11 75
12 50
4 7:,

'7 50



3 25
5 5,.


2 50





2 25
1 94
1 90




4 50

FROrt TO i Per
Per1$ cts.$ cts.i ARTICLES. P er
lb 1l |i-.r,r. of Turpentine, gall
13 1 .. Fiorence., 3) flasks hox
do. 12 bottles bask
30 40h Olive, gall
15 -- indeed, Dutch,
IV; 24 do. Americas,
ton 100 110 -- Whale,
50 60 Sperm Summer,
lb 10 do. Winter,
2.1 25 Livr %l 1
25 28 Lead. Red, cwt
3 4 White, dry, 1
13 Ground in Oil, 1
30 1 Ochre, yellow dry,
13 51 Ground in Oil, lb
Cwt 3 25 3 50 Spanish Brown, dry, cwt
2 2 25 do. do. ground in oil, lb
bbl 4 50 5 Varnish, bright, gall
4 50 ---- black,
16 17 Vermillion, Engigishli, Ib
,1 -.. Chinese, 1
'2 Lamp black, ewt
8 10 iaper, Sheathing, rea.
----. Wrapp;iag,
14 50 15 Peas, Wh lite, Dry, 7 bu
g, box 1 25 1 31'--Green,
75 80 s lastcr Paris, (oie
lb 13 .1 Cargo, bl 1
cask irime,
14 '0 15 -- Mess,
11 12 P)rter, London, :'1.z
box 4 25 5 --- Draft,
3 25 4 -. Brown btout,
5 50 6 ... .-- Draft, -i. *o d
bbl 9 10 ]-n-- -Amer. Bro. Stou :u.
i, short, .
8 7 9 ,.- foreign, ,
9 75 10 -- Country,
9 9 50 i.. i.. .- ,
9 9 50 old,
7 50 '1 d St. Kitts, bush
4 50 4. : -- Exnma,
4 25 4 -- Turks Island,
Htu 20 22 -- 6Isle of Mlay,
buslh 1 6 --G6St. Obes,
1 81 -- Lisbon,
83 87 -- Cadiz,
87 --Liverpool blown,
60 70u-- do. ground,
51 ..' Aimerican, all siz- wt
54 =.Doeer, in hair, lb
( --- do. shaved,
fran 23 28 G. I "..-. p'ce
lb 4 50 5 --- d,. 11 In.
est 2 50 4 50 -- dorocco, doz
skin 20 50 Soap, Smyrna, lb
15 1 25 Turpentine,
75 1 American,
2 6 Spelter,
1 50 1 7b Spices, Cassia,
40 ---- Cloves,
44 50 -- Ginger, race
4 50 5 Pure do. ground
4 -- Mace,
S. -- INutmegs,
40 50 Pepper,
ar, 1 15 1 25 ---- Pimento, J.
box 11 do. Spanish,
12 Spirits, Brandy;C. 4thdo. gall
13 Bordeaux do. do.
14 ---- Jam. 4th proof,
9, 9 ---- W. In. 3d proof,
10 10 -- N. Eng. 1st proof
12 12 -- Gin, Holland, 1st.
lb 21 25 doPhiladelplhiadoe
14 16 -do. Country,
n, 25 lb 5 50 7 5U -A- i, ..., Rye,
6 7 do. rectified,
6 7 -- do Apple,
lb 1s8 19 --- Peach brandy Va.
16 1 ,,i 1.. first quality, Ib
ton 100 210 0. .. Geriaar.
ot, dwedilsh,
150 170 .-- Eng'lish, C('r, I, ," '
ky, lb 9 ---B Ilistered, cW
12 13 -- do. Country, toI
12 I-.! Sugar, ,nT .,v;- pri '"t
20 -- i .... .i ,i,.
S 15 lii --- 1\. Orleans, pritm i
gal 75 80 --- 2dk & 3d quality,
ib 12 14 ---.Havana, vwhlite,
100 9 ---- '2 & 3d quality,
N 8 10 51s- -- Havanat, broewu,
lb 18 .0t---- 2d & id quality,
ton 30 45 ---- Mart. cla. white,
.--.- do. do. brown,
--- Brazil,
100 105 Lump, tlb
100 105 ---Loaf,
85 90 Tallow, foreign,
cwt 9 10 ---- Ameriea
6 7 Tea, Imperial,
lb 28 37 -- Gun Powder,
pei side 2 50 3 50-- Hyson,
res. 2 2 50 -- Young ilyson,
cwt G 50 7 '-- yson Skin,
7 50 8 ,-- l,;.,,,..
7 56@ 8 '-- Congo,
ton 20 22 -- Bohea,
'es, Tin, in Plates, box
Mft. 18 -- Block, India, lb
16 17 ,Fobacco, Richunond,
18 20 Petersburg,
pce 16 ----- appahaunochl
Mft. 14 18 P-- Potomack
25 ----- Kentucky
sq ft. 20 25 --- St. iDomingo,
M 4 4 :) ---- Ladies Twist,
bun 3 3 50---- Sweet scented
pe M 60 (i5 ----- 2d quality
id. 55 Common
rr. 40 Twine, Seine
25 30 --- Setnag
60 Verdigris,
25 30 ,' ax, iecs, yellow
sqft. 4 i do. white
go, 19 3'2 WVhalebone, Slab,
gal S3 55 Whiting, cwt
53 54 Wine, Maderia gall
51 52 --- do- L. P.
, 53 5 -1 Sherry
s, 58 60 Colmcnar
e, --- Teucrlfe, L. P,
Ib 38 40 --- do. cargo
es,doz 1 37 1 75 Lisbon,
lb 56 Malaga,
es. doz 1 25 1 37 Claret, cask
hush do. 12 bottles doz
lb 8 11 -- Port, gall
10 14 Wool, Spanish, best qua. ib
8 9 -- Merino, washed
10y 11 --- do. unwussltid
ton 110 1t20 -- half breed -washad
pce 1 75 -- do. unuwasited.
v 84 -- 3 qrt breed waslid
o. 1 55 1 6--- do. unwashed
--- common washed
1 50 1 60(-- American lihatturs
bb1 2 50 --- Hares
2 50 2 75 do. 2d quality
2 50 Sarsaparilla i
ne 3 2o! F Paris White !cwt'

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'4 ** Advertiseeim'. ordered in the Set-e: a.
formore th;in one week, will have the privile,,
of onet ins(-rliuo in the COMamFERCAx. ADVB..sT1-
SER gratis.

elts Moltwreitl-Mr. Win. Laughorn, Librarian.
Three .Riers-Mr. Edward Sills.
9 Qucbec-Messrs.. Shea and Walker.
9 50 ^tr- The price, including the U. S. postage,
1 85 is :1 12s. 10d. Halifax currency, per annum.

FOR EJNGLAJYD, (direct.)
,-. a will sail on Thursday, the 7th of Janu-
ary next, for Flalmouth, direct. For passage,
having superior accommodations, apply to the
captain on board, at pier No. 10, E. R. or to
dee 21 11 Fuil on-street.
K ELLOGG & NORTHAM have dissolved
2 25 their co-partnership, in. the practice of
7 Law, and have opened separate offices in the
village of Skaneatiles, and countyolf Onondaga.
Skanrah ls, Dec. 4, 181 IP.
dec 18-Clw&B:2w
3 -1'iITH & LAWTON, No. 60 Wall-street'.
1 6 k will receive WEOTERN RIVER,.and0 a-
cob Barker's RED NOTES, at as low rates as
any other office in the city. dec 23

e, Lage quantity of REGUtIUS OF ANTf--
4 50 ,'D MONY, fbrs-le at a reducneed prico--i.-
7 quivreeo H. HUMIPIlREY3;, at A. Paul's Pri...
0 ing Office, 1 82 Water-street, New-York.
3 dec T0-Clt&Slw
2 25 sale at a discount at ALLEN's Lottery &
PExchange Office, No. 122 Broadway.
S Where ail kinds of uneurrent Bank Notes are
1 discounted at tie lowest rates. dec 10
JOHN M'CR I,.I ,,, just received,
rect fiom the manuftifattuerv, and keeos con-
staritlyon h.at, a jare assortment of superior
DutLch Bolting Cloths, warranted to be the best
65 that can be made, for sale, lower he believes.
than they hnve ever yet been offered.
Mill Spindles of an excellent quality and
w'orkmanship and assorted sizes for sale very low
5Cat 08,23 Pearl-strieat.

I'Oli ALI,
35 .q ve-ry desirable CoAntr i R.esidene.
75 : I The subscriber offers tife sale his
7 a5 s 0 uonse ad a'lount (8 acres of Lani, in
30 j Flushing, on Long Islandt 11 miesi
16 !. from New-York. The house is large
13 and very convenient for a genteel family resi.
15 dence, and corn mands an extensive and beautiful
13 land and water prospect. The stable, coach
46 house, wood house, poultry house, &c. are all re-
cently built- the buildings & fences are in excel-
8 lent repair. The Garden is large and well stock-
ed willh a great variety of fruit; and the Orchard
4 75 ,with the best l:inds of apples, pears. cherries, &c.
Near the house are two wells of excellent waiter
and a new cistern, all with good pumps. The
22 place is very convertiently situated, there being
conveyances by good Stages and Packets to and
1 from New-Vork, every lay except Sundays. For
2 75 further particulars apply to
1 30 123 I',Xrl-,treet.
1 If not sold at private sale, it will be sold at the
64 Tontite Coffee House, by J. & P. Hone & Co.
on Monday, 4th Jan. next, at 12 o'clock.
66 dec 19-C&S2w
53 TEPHEN B. MUNN, No. 26 Prarl-stree%,
kE Nlew-York, purchases Lands in the Illinois
56 Territory, which has been set apart for the lte
army. Letters from the country, giving a ii-
I'l scription of the patent and the price asked for
1-1 each lot will be attended to, if post paid.
6 may 15-C1t&Stf
10 .[ IrOTICE is hereby given, to all persons in.
l/0 -.L terested in the estate of Joseph Totten,
16 minister of the Gospel, late of the town of West-
4 50 fici, county of Richmond, and state New-York,
13 deceased, are requested to meet before 'unia
13 Egbert, Esq. tSurrogate of said county, in the
to 5 wn of Castletown, at his office, on Tuesday,
17 S the 19th day of January next, to shew cause, i'
15 any they have, why so much of the real estate of
14 _5 the said Joseph Totten, died seized, should not be
14 sold, so as to enable the administrator to pay the
residue of his debts.
JOHN C. TOTTEN, Administrator.
13 dec 19-C,&Slaw4w
16 1 ,i. i -,,:,., r h..,, ng returned from e7'
_15 I'":'r..: ". a h',.* -;.' Bounty LJands in the
1 40 'ta e ofIllinois and Terrilo'y of .Missoutri, is en-
1 40 abh1 ito give extensive and accurate information
1 18 respecting the quality of lands, &c. in said tracts.
1 As by a Law of the State of lilinois, all deeds
62 for Military bounty lands, must be recorded with-
in one year after execution, and taxes paid an-
i66 ually, the subscriber will undertake to have
50 these indispensible riruisits complied with in due
30 "ine. S.' BERRIAN,
14 No.8 Plhmenix -,. I I,,n-,
12 dec 1-Slawtf Wall-st. Nsw-York.

15 Y order of William A. Thompson, Esq. first
B) Judge of the Courtof Common Pleas in and
ior the county of Sullivan, notice is hereby given
1] to all the creditors of John iM. Towner, of said
45 county, an insolvent debtor, that they shew
'2; cause, ifany they have, before the said Jndge, at
St ils dwelling house, in the town of Thompson, in
1 said county, on the thirtieth dayofJanuary next,
at nine o'clock in the forenoon, why an assign-
s tneet of the said Insoivenis estate should not bi"
45 made, and he be discharged pursuant to the acts
50 in such case made and provided. Dated, NSo-
-ember 25, 1818.
JOHN M. TOWNER, Insolvent.
60 dec 1-Slaw6we
2 7I A Course of orniiug and Evening Prayers
4 ..a for every day in the month, to which is pre-
fixed a Dis-coe'i-c on family Religion, hy James
] i'cai, liuisei-i'r of.ihe Wellibeck Chalpel, first A-
1 5 manricean, i'roiti the l2th Iondon edition, careful.
1 I't ly revisedand adipted to the ase of Christians a
the Uiitecd States-price $1.
A ScriptprIe l eip, designed ito assist in read-
65 hi lthi Bible prolil bly, by ithe Rev. Edward
10 ii':kmrstetlt, illustrated witii 4 maps--'.irice $1.
S J tot received and ior sale by
:" 75'W. B3. (.GII.PY
d.,: S9 9i# I ,.,, i '." .

&5 AT
5, A') 60 WIL.-ItL-ST.REE'y',
40 SE3 ,U DOoni AnOVE PSAtmI,.-s''taxwtt'I