New-York spectator
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Title: New-York spectator
Uniform Title: New-York spectator (New York, N.Y. 1804)
Alternate title: New York spectator
New York spectator and semi-weekly commercial advertiser
Spectator and commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 55-78 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Mills
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: January 8, 1819
Publication Date: 1804-1867
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00073183:00007
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Related Items: New-York commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1804)
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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. No. 60 WAL'-L.-bTR-T.

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NE.W YORK ;: F:t. T.q TGDR.
ET7 EDu.Av, \'LI \F." Y5.

7The hegislature of this Siate meet this day
.'r. Albany. The Governor's speech will prob-
Ably rea'it ilb .i iy by Thursday or Friday
L'vening .. 1.

From St. .Mlichaels.- Captain Thompson,of
nhe sloop Commodore Patlerson, who arrived
this morning in 43 days from St. Michaels, in-
forms us, that, a few days before lie salfiJ, the
Governor of that Island was arrested by order
of the Governor General of the Azores,for wri-
i;ng to him a letter which he was pleased tocon-
zider as disrespectful. The governor was
conveyed to the Island of Tercera, the resi-
dence of the governor general, to answer for
she offence before a court marshal. The aid-
le-camp who brought over the order for the
arrest, was, in the mnoran lio,. to officiate as
governor of St. M.% h, I -.
Captain Thompson alsq informs us, thatthe
:crops.of grain on the Island of' St. Michaels,
aind been, daring the past season, unusually
abundant, The quantity for exportation on
*In. smal I :Iuod alon.,nR c;iriniated at 4iiip00
The Commodore Patterson has been on the
coast for 20 days, experiencing continued
fiile from ia1.* North West. In one of it.:
'l..', ,hie .i.it her rnnin'.il andi gl', and lay.
too eight days before the weather moderated
sufficiently to repair them. On the edge of the
gulf stream, she fell in with a water cask and
a qa', ,,ir i 3 ,f ,Ihin_-lei.

The brig Soughton, Captain Tnfner, of this
port, owned by Lynch & Aymar and the-cap,
rtiin, sailed from St. Croix about the middle
:of 'i,-,, ,, f. rNew-York, anid fears are en.
toritined titit sihe has .been lost. Letters
actc from St. Croix by the Stoughtoii, were
received this morning, via Norfolk, witl.h the
following endorsement on them.-" received
from ,1 i.- .

The lion. GEOROGE Mu.roRn, a member
of Congress from .the state of Nort( Carolina,
died at Washingtonn nThursday morning last,
after a very short illness. Ifi funrr.il look
place o, 1i .Y' last, and atmindc.l -y the
members.of the. Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives. anid a r- of- .-ibl nuriber of citi-
:'"wS. io)i 10ionses of iCongries resis e1i tO
wear cr pe on the left t...' fr one month, as a
i ''tnimio ) t.fri.pect If r Ilre d"_cnase.d

The hi,;,.. meeting, called by a Proclama-
tion of the Mayor of the city of Washington,
on Wednesday evening last, was crowded;
several -'ri.on i'iii', a e Ltif, red iaid discus-
sed-; but the meeting adjourned without de-
ciding inapn apy measure definitively. It is
said, that a majority of the meeting were op-
-,JjiedJ t.i.te immediate, e- iblishment ofa ter-
tur.rial gi:, i uncnt f'.r thec district.

Trra:.'- nith Saredn.-TlTh, National Intel-
ligencer of Saturday contains a Proclamation,
f%-wted by t0.w' Presidl',, ltijutrnci,.iig e ue
.a '0tiu ... of the' Ti e"it '" Commerce lately
dMniredf between the American and Swedish
Governments. This Treaty wvas published in
our papers last week,

.2 r-t.... eVi-Censids.---The Pi, ie.:nt
.of. Ihe Uaited States has recognized, by Pro-
eia. naiion, the following. Porit-guese Vice-
C(nsuls: S. 13. Noests for the state of Vi,.z;
iL; ParLIP MA.aTT, for thestates of Mas-
s.iehusetts and N~.L, .( .:ri1..l'i:i.; and J. n-;
VAuG .cs, for Penis) Ivania, Delaware, and
'VeI Jeore.

From Lisbon.--C it i Gih .3. oflthe brig
,lIranrcod, who a rit.J 10 ii,- uninlirin a pas.
sage of 50 days, is the bearer of despatches
from I0 .n r.: on Cou.: l at Lisbon to the
Secretary of State.

The Schooner ., 0., ,t .1 Jancy, Captain
FHussey. :. J ,u. % from Roint Petre (Guada-
.loupe).tauud to N( w-Yo'k, put into Norfolk,
.in distress, on Wednesday last. She had lost'
her gaft, main-boom, boat, foresail, topsail
ani ;i,,. hab. and su-t u ,ned other dai..:.-ct in
several gates of wind. Capt. Hussey and one
of her hands very sick.-Henry Cleomeas,
.died at sea, Dec. 9th Spoke Dec. -21 st lat. 36,
8. long. 72, 49, ship Romulous, Seabnry,frorn
.nm' ,rrgh bound to Norfolk, out 72 days, in
a very distressed .t ::-aon, and her sails torn
The schooner Paul-Lillc.-White, Captain
Denike, from Petersburg, (Vir.) bound to
New-York. put back into Norfolk in distress
on the30tbhult. aa severe snow-storm,"she
bad carried away her rudder, stern boat, and
square sail bornm, and fore shroud, and had
her sails and rieging much injii e.J. ibl, *, 's
compelled to throw overboard several bal,:i ol
cotton, and a quantity of flour.

The Steam Boat Allbemarle, Capt. Crocker,
from New-York, bound to Edenton, N. C. nr-
ritved in sate y.at Cuiritu-k inlet, on the 25th
uit. She .as under way only 36 hours. tier
pilot, Mr. Decker, pioceedtinl fr,,nm Currituck,
,over land to NorulIk. ir- u.fiorlns, that the
Jpop R',-mi., Small, from .ictrinond. bound
to W.'ington.ii, N. has been cast away up-
,oaCur .ituck bar-,-crew sat .1, v 's.:I bjig.',l

and cargo lost.-A schooner from North Caro- that these claims will be best satisfied by fir-
lina, laden with naval stores ;,nd cotton, and nisliiig mean:i sijiieuatll ample, and nalskir(g
bound to New-York, was also cast 'away on them acquainted with the arts and advantages
Thursday, night fast, about 9 miles N. of Cur- of civilized life.
ritack bar-and a northern sloop laden with Your memorialists are sensible, that' this
onyons, potatoes, cheese, &c. was ashore Ioff ubjhect has engaged the attention of the con-

S oileot Society of Amherst, (2d parish)
Md. .32
Rv i minu P-et.,a, by the blid Io" the Pi'-
byterian Society of Haverstraw and Hemp-
ated, Rockland county, N, 30
Rev. Jonathan Whitaker, by the ladies of N.
Bedford, Mass. 30
Rev. John Bartlett, by ladies of Wintonbury,
CoRn. 30
TiRe. William T. Wil,.o, hb ith C'h.rLin

Back bay, a small distance to the no, toward stituted authorities of the United States, and Female Society, in Otisco," Ont.i.aiago co.
of Koott's Island. that in consequence of their benevolent exer- Rev. Christian Bork, by the ladies of thie
-- t lions to produce this desirable result,. some of North West Dutds Church, city of N. York, 30
From Jamaica.-A Falmouth paper of (ie Other .Members fr life-'
11th of November, states, that for the last the Tribes have in time past made material ad- Fiom Mr. Jno.Cledinimg, ityof New York, 50
three daysthat part of te Iand had t en isvancement in the adoption of habits and usages, Mr. William Watkimon, ditto, 30
three days that part of the Island lad been vis- nnudl Centributiens-.--
e dy h p o h ,.a ia which have beceane necessary to their subsist. From M dr Alexander Baclkap, ashington
ited with a severergale, than had been known Alexander Baka ahnto
there since the year 1812. The storm con- Froma several young misses, in New York, col-
t ie th e r Th t In the prosecution of this work, the endeav- elected by them at their meetings for reading
tinned with unabated force, when the paper ors- which have been used toimprove the con- tracts 2 50
wenttopress and apprehensions were enter-have been used to im ove the con- A youmi female lately deceased, who, during
went to press and apprehensions were enterdition of the Indians, have been often defeat- her ihi,,i-.. directed this donation to be
tamed that much damage would be done to ed by the unjust conduct of persons engaged made, Conregationa Cllections-
the. cane fields and negro grounds, as well as in commercial dealings with them, who by the r.t,n i cg..rioun i, Cich Apple, Bu,orit
to the shipping along the coast. The ship freeintroductiora of',r deotspwiti m, npro nt- .ia O, lofu mitiul'rh. l coieinr
P.free introduction rdentshirits,'andprvent-h h.r outer-
Ocean, Captl. M'Neilage, parted her cables, ing their improvement in civilization, ruining ti nowte uls he Bink of Baltimore, return-
and was driven ashore. She had not, however, ed,ther1 m a a t e o. 40 .,
stined much d ~their morals and accelerating their extinction. Fr,., BAh .str
sustained much damage. It is not necessary to enumerate the va- 'Tle Vermont B. traramintud t.) J. Loomri,i
i .]asq. a donation, 700
The Virgima House of Delegates have pas- rious evils, which an untutored people must The rame, by ditto, for Bibles. S50
sed a bill (83 to 77) to increase the pay of the unavoidably experience from the uncontroul- .on by thedonatiev. J. n,. Wi20
members from three dollars per day, to four: ed acts of the unprincipled and the avari- TIhe Bedford Ais. B. S. by Michael (raham,,
Emq. a do nation, 25 0
and their travelling expenses from $1 60 for cious, and indiscriminate admission to an in- The ew l-i ... lm-e B. by.hii.iaai E, armt,
20 miles, to four dollars. tercourse with them,must obviously be fraught Esq e Auxiliary S. of the town Pre-
They have also appointed a committee to with widely extended misery. And your me- ile Fan Tully, by Mis. Rebecca Parsons,
T or Bibldts, bM. P rs 50
bring in a bill to repeal the existing laws morialists can scarcely imagine a greater im- The following sums paid to the gent, forBibles
on the subject of Usury." putation on our benevolence, or a more just and Testaments-
cu-e of regret, than to see a population whlase Ri t., by theev. James
Fmered Bank hB. -tt is stated in the oi. e98s
lterred Bank Ave tes.r-It is stated in the ancient domains we are now so peacefully pos- From the Cuinberland B. S. New Jersey, by
Mercantile Aidvertisero this Morning, that sessing, receiving in return, not deeds of kind-Fro the Nassau Hat B. S. ditto, by Mr. F.
twenty two bills of the-Bank of merica, pur- ness and consolation, but.the bitter inheritance ..r. 81i
porting to be of 100 dollars each, were deposi- of injury and afiliction. .n. i B. S. by Mr. H. Robin-2
ted at ti e Mechanic's Bank on S-i ani, d. v-li -- w -it.;h.- 1 From the Dutchess County Female B.S. by
"n-n- 'h" onen- ."hllili" wlth fe-- n o.f revercnce Miss E. Reynolds. 49
bd. which ln l g inr, -- lprs,, r a consideration that we are '-o.u -m, -" u,-t B.S. by Mr. J.
ca, yesterday, were iound to be .4l altered trori.. .. Lt'aaa,1I, Sa
c yesterday were all the children of one universal Pa: e.a, an.' From thi iLJJIedex Cl.ii,,yi B. S. Mass. by '
one dollar bills. They are so well exerted, ,Mes.,. .a %Talp..;n & Co 216 50
nT ec te, that in this interesting relation every species Fromn tie Fredericksburgli B S. by Messrs
that they were not suspected at the 'ml.ca,-,n., cruelty and oppression must be a direct d- Henidon o.t;." 87 25
ic's B ck -. I, 1, i -,. l'ire B. S. by Jelnemiahi
ic's Ban. piarture from lhe design and duti,,- of our ex- l. I. 366

It is stated in the Western papers, that steoce, your memorialists can-,it but con- Fromtidry indiv 8iduals forBibles and 5esta-
Gen. Adair has recovered $2,500 ia a suit a- ceive, that injuries inflicted on this people. -
gainst General Wiikinson for false i]i('riih...i- mu behig-hly offensive to thrt g: ,-ut t o- RICHARD VARICK, Treasurer.
mient dutming Burr's conspiracy ; ....i ,.i the ly Being, who has mrado of orn ioodi al ihf 'aew York, GlthJanuary, 1819.
late misunderstandin;g between Geon. Adair nations of mten, and who fails not to regard Fronu the .Mercantile of thisMorning.
and Gen. Jackson, has Iseu amicably ajustwith displeasure whatever has a tendency to From the sl.editerranean.--A friend has
ed. i disturb the harmony and happiness of his cre- transmitted us the following information, un-
-- [ alio. der date of Leghorn, Oct. 13. The Erie sloop
l-in!. .- '1'-< -The Legislature of the Peeling f. i'. ;ii- ile1.: ,r., *h i or. of sws"r had jlt arrived from a cruize of 9 or
hla.I. e:[.l:.. lve grant a charter fo' i week. ii I ie d- Gatt and 'the Barbary
A lai, ,h ,o: .l,, hav grardit a charter f 'orhuf.-an fiily, r'd desiring .-e prosperity lIa io coast. She touched, in company with the
a Bank at Mobile, with a capital of hal a aissof our elove4 country, in the 6r-. : Franklin, com. Stewart, and frigate United
lion of dollars. I h.!ief t!i i, r: ilte,."usti,. x it ,, :- ::. -,'tes, at Algiers, Tunis and Tripoli, and left-
.~ .'', ,, .. + '- L'"-r!'i;'L': : vocB(;I sor.. to Seraeluse, t th< a (h
JonN READ, Esq. hass been elected presi- your niterniialhts rt,,'...fit!lv .iicit thto ` atter as high up as Athens. At Algiers the
dent of h-le bank of I',-f a iran i, in the room tention ol the L- ., of t:e Ulited .;.rates ,l Vt w.Io 1a thei decr,:..-o. as was learned
of D.vin LiNox, Esq. who, sometime a-go to this momnentor s'il"j-ct, -:nesl. ..eirinr '.' Ii.1, vice consul; on the contrary at
e c oh iei that Congress~in th.-ir may 1. Tunis symptoms of a Plague were just making I
gave non.ire to the directors of his intention ta gre ni ," may 'kesuc thii appearance.A r s
to retire at thepresent time. provisionforislr protectionofthli Indian irib-s, Thei Barbary powers, it was said, sometimes
S and such disposition of funitd.s for tieir further exhibited discontent, but the occasional ap-
Extractofa lelterfrom 'alparaiso, dated on instruction and improu ".aent it. the arts of ci- pearace. of our squadron before their ports,
1d d f 13 *h s o ci. renidered thcm respectful. It was a fact that
the2d, of September. vilized life, as mtay mike reparatio' for te e te Aerian cosul Its were more fresct thed
'. Mr. Astor's ship Beaver, has bpef restor- privathins to wl.it .- y are subjected, and and independent than those of other nations.
ed to the owner, through the i-iaic"ssion of which justice and our christian profession J&. The Erie was to proceed froith Leghorn on
Judge Provost,; l ite-'r-in .3. %. liere 1 --o wand. the following day; the Peacock was at Mar-
udge Provos ; Ih c,"in a ,-, se : ills, with Mr. Shaler. I The -q]:ndron was
days since in thei .nd.,mac.c Ie is, ','? fo).' Signed by direction and in beiailf of a meet- expected to rendezvous in a short time at Sy-
Lima, to procure seamro. Mr. Robertson ing of the Reprcscenstives aforesad, s..eld in racuse or Messina,
remainsat Lima as consul of the U. States, till the city of New-Yok the 31st oi 10th ,outh, Fm thePil. Reistr of last evening.
thhe return of the Ontario from Columbia riv- 1818. A statement has appeared in the N-'tional
or. The Two Calharnes las, a lc.,cd absut (.gned) SAMUEL PA I.S'.N, ('L. i i'.-,cc.r,r- has :eci r.-.ubliihe.l in ic
70,000 dollar-s on r, c a u'whealt. after pay neo spapers, generally, purportuing to be t(-
itag bonds at I alperaiso.'" The following communication, respetii.-ig thi' facedd frna a Beport from the Treasury De-
Jlate examination of the Students of Mount- partmeot, respecting the state and condition
of the Bank of the United States, on the30th
COMMUNICATEID. p l;,.:rnlt AcA'.3rnF. we publish with much 1 of September last.
'" ."'i.a. ar.-On Bah.-l,.I lal tl, t Lice..:erc- i-tasure ; arid fror., o- pir. u ni, acquaint- Tle stait.-.rn ofdebts due to the bank of
ate, Mr. WALTER MONTEITS, was ordained ance with thellev. Mr. Lsin..u. .rincipaloi i the U lnit.d bt(-.to, is introduced with the fol-
in the Church at Flatbush, at.d Installed Pas- the iiistiiution, we believe him .': be justly lowing remark:--
." ih'e amount of debts due "from Banks
tor of the Dutch Reformed Congi t;,lions of entitled to the compli.a.- at paid to his ta- "paying~specie" to the Bank, and its several
z'latbu-sh and Flatlands, in Kings countyy on lets and exertions:- branches, and the notes of Banks paying
Lorg Island, as successor to the i.,te ir. Pe- COMMUICATIroN specie, on hand, after i i, ra ti erefromn
Se Lon Is ad i' the amounts due by the i p,,ti aindits bran-
ter Lowe, deceased. .IMouln-Peaiu, .i.dmay -The examina- "ches to the said Banks, respectively, is thus
The Ordination Sermon was delivered by tioa of the students of this itsitution, took stated:
place on Friday last, atwhich a very re:-pect- "- At Phla,7
the Rev. David S. Bogart, of North Hemp- able audience of ladies and gentler a,-id- From this statement, a belief prevails, that
stead, frono first Tim. iv. 14, 15; the U. harge ed. The tal, ,.i- di.piaed t, ,,. uietson the State Banksofthis city Were indebted that,
to the pastor and people, wasgisern by the thea occasion. hial, zi.s did cr, diito tLhum- amount to the Bank of thle United States, on
Rev. Jacob Schoonmaker, of Jamaica. selves,reflected. the hiaest honor on the Rev the 30th of Septemnber last. To counteract
Asa Lyman, principal o! the Institution. ito impression, and to give the public correct
.In the afternoon, the Rev. Walter Mon- The ie-eiea ls,es:.,-u;iei themselves tor p atin on the subject, t undersigned
teith preac hed his Introductory Sermon, from well. Tihoe iii Gogr q.Ir) ....-. ,ia.glish Gr,- Cashier,,s of the City Banks, and of the Bank
se, ..,,t Cor. ii. 15, 16. The concourse of oat- surpassed thle ii.,otl in uiae eioctations of the Northern Liberties, met at the Farm-
people was unusually large, and the exerci- oftheand applarentuse ,of all present. J i ublu er a and Mechanics' Bank on the 2d ofJanua-
ses of tbe day were peculiarly solemn and in- After thie close of the examination, a short ounts of their respective Institutions, with ta
teresti-g. address was delivered by A. Ward, Esq. Se-. Bank of time United bt:mte as they stood on
.i;'l:--c you Pastors according to mine cretary of 6ta. Board of trustees. ,expressive the 301h of Sept. last; from which it appear-
hIeart, a I, .a:mfeed tat.a 1.l ia', t d ,d f d ir eni,-: ,pprobatio, of the conduct of ed, that taking the several debits against the
uardetistnding." id e Pul,. t. the institution, togetherwiti 3k of tie United States, and giving it the
understanding.", ,at- the proficiency and astonish- several credits to which it was entitled with
Sing improvement which the students ihad made the Banks aforesaid, the Bank of time Umnited
FOR TDn. ct.LI RC.IL ADVERTISER. in tile seve...l branches they had pursued du- States, on that day, was collectively indebted
To the Senate and flouke.oi Rcpre-entamities ring the short time they had been under his to them the suim of $49.829 t4.
of the United States of America in Cor charge, and ttat froti the inuJfai;t Ile aeer- HEFNRY DI;NIKE.R
oaameUnitedSo s *Lions of Mr. Lyman, tine ,iit,,loa,,un and .E EIIHU CHAUNCEY,
assembled :- wttllr erulit, J.Ji-cirlidni obea iii in hisschool, QU INTIN C.MPBELL,
The memorial of the Representatives of the as well as from the high character which lie (Signed) HIENRY :iUHL,
Religious Society of Friends in the state of sustained as a teacher, it'- could not nutflat- SAMUEL WILCOX,
New-York, and parts en ter themselves with the tieh, u l loasti- J. WILLIAM.S,
New-York, and parts adjacent, e.ectilly) tution bids fair- at no distant .,j, ,. be rank D. MANDEVIlTT.'.
Shiewethi :- ed among tie first in t01e 2tair-j TUOS WI1 -..\
That your memorialists having been many Mr. Lynan thle. rose, and concluded with Philadelphia, Jan. d, 1819,
a very appropri.-t and feeling address to the
years engaged in endeavouring topromote the Trustees, his Patr- Scholars, which e- r, ,,f r g.
civilization and improvement of some of the cited in the bhe-,re Ii sent, thi l' t Frn-o lsrh tria-l--.1--e P-arday Esog.n-
Indiai Tribes reading within the limits of the feelings of gratitude toward him, for dheinse. On.Monday last the trial of he Pirates coir-
" rrest lie had taken in the ad, Ii -:.. irni of thie mnenced in the United bates Circuit court,
UliitiJ ::i.tes, hnve. b,.me itiinati -' ac- youth under is harge. before Jui.. -"'o', and Davis, -antd occupied
qualned with yltir dani. and their slfferings. part of three days. John Williams, John Pe-
Inreflecting on the Situation of te ao- ter Rog, Francis Frederick, Niles Peterzson
In aeflectingt o the situation of the aho- coirmtMNICATED 'OR TE COMMiRCtAL aDVxRTISE.i. Fogelgr', -and Nathaniel White, alias N. W.
original inhabitants of this country who eilnjoyed The Treasurer of the American BiMhe Soceryacknow. Glass, mulmneers on board the schr. Platts-
unmolested possession of extensive tracts of ledes tihe receipt of the followintg sonts of money tuirgh, Vm. Hackett, master, and Isaac M'-
land,of which they have in many instances in December, 1818,vi2.- Kin, ..:n [ ,i.n .tre the owner, were tried
been forcibly dispossessed, and in most others To constitute thefollowing ,Vinisters. eembersfor on an indictment for the murder upon the high
life-- seas, of Thoinas Bamynard, the bSupercargo of
received a very inadequttate consideration, it R.D ds 'G,.u .re. contributed by the la- the said schooner.
n.ist be acknowledged that thecondition of aie, ,> R.:. to.J rl $30 George Blake, Esq. hat District Attorney,
their descendaots present strong and peculiar R '-Hn Mart _.. .'r l .disof e ,tBible Class ,p ''-t 'cd fur the Unilted Slates-and Srmruel
claims on hpth individual and national jus- Rev. E!ij" hy' tl I ,-. it -at L. K3aipp and Sephen ooper, Esq'rs, were
.. .... I ... etyuof BooiK-Jd, Vt. 29 appointed Counsel for the pris.nenrs.
tlse;and it is belived Jy'your .emorisbists [ey.'-.sta.athte.r.Ms,:: h the FewmtteBa -- Thneprincioaigilnesseson t(,' part af t)e

government were Stephen B. Onion, formerly
second mate, and Editr id amiMneison, form-
erly stewardof the Plmsriburg. Their testi-
mony which was not contradictory, amounted
in substance to this. The schooner, com-
manded by Wm. Hackett, sailed from Balti-
moreJuly 1, 1816, bound to Smyrna, with
00o bags ofcoffee and about 42,000 dollars in
coin on board.
The supercargo was Thomas Baynard, and
Frederick I. Guiason, first mate. On. the 22d
of July, being near the island of Madeira, there
was an attempt made, of which one of the pri-
soners, Williams, bore a principal part, to
murder the Mauter, MaIe. and Supercaigo, by
poisoning (heir cuoffe, whichh failed.-.iier-
wvards it was proposed to seize and bind the of-
ficers as they were taking their meridinal ob-
servations of the sun, and embark them on
board the boat, that they might reach one of
(he western islands; but this project failed for
want of courage in the contpiraturs. ,\t mid-
hight of the 24th of July, being lien 100 miles
from land andt strong wind blowing, a cry
came from huog or Williams upon the furecas-
tie, of a sail under the bows, the mate and se-
cond mate went forward and were knocked
down in succession by the mutineers. The
captain appeared at the same time and Wil-
liams, left Onion to attack hiai. The second
mate escaped to the cabin and concealed him-
self in the bread locker-where he heard the
Supercigigo (Baynard) onJdered upon deck.
Samni'.s.',, \tthe bmiwart) who had until
now, remained below in his birth, testified to
his seeing Mr. Baynard laying, apparently.
dead, upon his back. A consultation was af-
terwards held in the cabin by Williams, Rog
and Peterson, relative to Onion, and they a-
greed to spare his life upon his taking an oath
of fidelity. Strommer- was appointed master,
Williams mate, and Onion second mate-rand
next morning they proceeded to share the
,poil Ti-e dollars were divided into portions
of about 3,000 dollars to each person, and 0-
nion took hiis share. They shaped their course
for.Nrw '-.-The Invoices, bills of lading,
.na L-n.gb>e.oltt.wo made to confol m to this
After their arrival in Nor way, Onion. Wil-
li ims, Rug and Samrnerson. went 'o 0Coptuha-
gin., A hlie suspicioun iag, ainl them bh.irg ex-
cuied ie.c itere appreihcndd ,nd exaiiiined,
and afterwards the other mutineers were ta-
The points of defence, were, 1st. The de-
ficiency of proof in regard to the.death of the
Supercar. o; ,i. Ti. telimoay uf accom-
plices ii not Asuliclientl credible to authi.vize
a conviction; 3d. Neither of 'the prisoners
and White in particular, has been identified
as principal in (lthe death of Baynard. I
The charge of Judge Story which was deci-
sive, being delivered, the case was given to
the Jury at half past 2 o'clock on Tuesday,
and at 4 P. M. they returned a verdict ofguil-
ty against all the prisoners but Vhltie, who
was acquitted. He will be arraigned andd
tzied lupon ai indietmeat for P.r:..-- L '
n e x t. "
On Wednesday morning the prisoners on
motion of District Attorney were brought in
for sentence, and being several)y asked what
they had to say why sentence of death should
not be pronounced against them, Williams
addressed ihe court for hil'an tioui. Hlegave
a history nl hi, lie ; he was born in Vermont:
brought tip in Montreal, part of the time as a
lawyer's Clerk; and had since been a sea-
man. He declared his innocence of the mur-
ders which were perpetrated by Stroinmmer;
and hee xculpaled Gl:, lroman3 p:ri ip-.lion
iu the circle. The oilhr p1i-oners ei.'pt Rug.
who is a foreigner, and cannot speak English
intelligibly, addressed the court, but as noth-
ing tlhei remaikd, had any tendency to alter
the justice of the verdict, the Hon Judge Sto-
ry, sentenced them in a very iinpre--i s mian-
ner to be hung by the neck unit,,e un are
dead: the sentence to be executed on the2lst
of January current, between the hours of 10
and 2 o'clock.
f Left in Denmark.

After the sentence of death which was pas-
sed on the Pirates on Wednesday last- Wil-
liam Holmes, Thomas *Wfrrington, and Ed-
ward Rosewainc, were arraigned before the
Circuit Court on two indictments for emur-
der on the high seas. Their trial was assign-
ed for Monday next, and at their request, J.
T. AusTIN, and WMa. J. SPooxeis, Esqrs. were
assigned ais their counsel.
We understand these are thie same men who
were originally held to answer before the Su-
preine Court of this State at PI.', noulth; but
that tribunal not having jirisditvliun ut the
case, they were transferred fur trial to the Cir-
cuit Court of the United States.-Bost. Pat.

rer rose to the top with unabated vigor, and
was I ailed by his companions with a shout of
joy. liut immediate la rt iilsion of his feel-
ings succeeded, and he lay and panted on the
earth, totally spent, and for a considerable
time unable to rise. I understand that he as-
cribes his escape to a gracious interposition of'
Providence, and gives tl,: sluil i : c.ati;on,
not to indulge the ambitiun or In ,:t ibing ill
name high on the rock, uanil one .I,!% i, 1 (con-
sidered bow he may descend with safety.-
Bold and successful a cragsman as he is, he is
not at all disposed himself, to engage in a sim-
ilar adventure, or to recommend an imitation
of it to others.

Augusta, (Georgia) Dec. 24.
A gentleman of this city who left Peusacola, -
the 6th inst. informs us, that 500 Spanish
.troop4. destined to grlison that pl-,ce, were
momenuly expected from the Havaina. .A iuin-
ber of strange sails hid becn irIpc,ral o.ir the
Bay, supporedby sonie tobe patriot pri.. ailea,
wailing to intercept lhe trai..porls iu wield-
the above foice had cmb.,rkhd.
Larg. puicha-es of rct ile.late, in aia about
Peniacoh, had been made by mint our oit-
zens under the impression that Ihe Floridas
were ceded to the U. S. As none but subjects
can legally hold a free-hold under the Spanish
government; great losses will no doubt be sus-
tained by such persons as have ventured in this
premature speculation.

NE.-YORK, Jan. 1, 18197
S.. Consulate of the .Vetherlands.
0 His Majesty the King of the Nether-
lands, has by his Decree of the 19th June
last annulled his former decree b irinag date
tlh t2'4th November, 1817, e abhilshing dis-
crimamnang duties to be paid by American.
vessels in the ports of the kingdom; and has
been pleased to order, not only that the Ame-
rican flag should be equallized with the Na-
tional one, but also thatl all sums overpaid to
the Cuit.'ms by virtue of said Decree of the
24th November, 1817, -ihould be refunded.

In the city of VNew-York, for I t,-':. endirs-
on Saturday Jan. 2. Lui:.

Burned or scalded
Child bed
Diopsy in the head
Fever ,
Fu'er intcrmaittnt
Fever typhus
Inflamation ofthe
Infiamtion of the )
Inttjm,,li...n tf,,
Old Age
Schrrofnula, or(
king's evil
t fi. iA f ri.aa
I/-../a.. ca,,h

T itl,

or WHOM wRaI,-
Of & under 1 year 8
Between 1 and 2 I
b-t1 31
--- --10 0
-1-- t0- 2O 4
-- .20 -30 7
-- 30 -40 8
-- 40--59 5

s-- 9 -10 -
--- (90--t .
----- 7U -- O2

-- 90 -100 1
Total, 50
City Inspect"-'. Offrc
Jan. 4, 13H?.

Total 50
GEO. CL iilNG. Ci lipiecto-. '

On Saturday evening last, hy the Rev. Mr. La-
hagh, Mr. JAMEs Anis, to Miss CATHAvRIas BASS,
both of this city.
Oil Wednesday evening last, by th e Rev. Mr.
Spring, Mr. JOHN HANEuR, to Miss I-IAR mo' S2T.
MsTs, both of this city.
On Fridayevening last, iv lIthe Rev. ;l Vit;Irr
Mr. .-3. aiin'. t i i, a'. to M i i lr.m I ; t 1. -- 1
daughlt -ii \' i ,, Rollinson, all ot this city
At Newark, on Friday evening last, by thaw PRv.
YovNG, both late of New York.
At Norfolk, on Christmas evening, HAMIsTON;
SniEns. E o, c-a, a.I Citrr,, of the Amitrican
RK ,6 t. ., l, .A H II ., 1 Ih', C I 1 Ilaughter
wo Mi. 1 to. Itc%,. all of Norfollk i-...i.:.L.

Yesterday morning, Mr. CimissIaN K ,N .,
aged 77 years.
Yesi-r.lay ii.mrrn,;., iftere short ilte..' AnI
RiG'a 'a,. % c., 63 V3 .,
At Mot.ile, liIm 11 I. Capt. SamL. T. BunIgosw-,
late c-mmander of the steam boat xlabama.
At '.eicester, Mass on the 29th Nov. last, of tils
typhus fever, Mr. RuusF SMiTI, ',an- f.I:- 1, u 0o"
Woodcock, Smith & Co. aged 26 years ..
Lately. in the Island of Tiit.i -:.I. ," he wat
for theb nelit of his health. Ci 'i i ..-. L I 'irs;AKr,
of this city, aged 20 years and 8 months lit. ..iua.
ble and affectionate disposition, and worthy conduct,
endeared him to. his friends and acquaintance, who
will deeply deplore his loss.
At Niw Orleans, 29th of Ost Mi, Az;:. KIPsy,

From the V'r-inta: Er,, -.Il':nI .1:_,.::I;ifor mate of ntu t tria Galen, of this port.
Hazardous Enterprize.-Some young gen- ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
tlemen were lately on a visit to the natural Ship Rubicon, Holdritdg-, 53 days fiom Havre,
bridge. One tal i iemn, ayouthofextraordina- with dry goods, to Pott & V'I'Kinne, owners. !.-.c"'
ry activity, determined to inscribe his name while scudding in a severe gale. Inst Gi!deoir ti.'.,.
in the perpendicular rock which faces the l ad, overboard. Experienced very s,-vere weather
chi ,:.rJ-. i- .ie arch, higher thanry moot of the passageo--lost the hbl'varAs and crippled
C[I'UIIIIt J. i isl he arch, higher than anyseveral spars.
one had ever done before. It was found uo Brig hsiTumond. Gifford. 50 days from Lisbon.
difficult work to ascend to that height ofambi- Brie actress (of lBat.) Bureei 25 days fm Cii
tion. But when this object was accomplished St.Domingo, miahoganuy, to Karthaus, Reinicke & Co.
the young adventurer found, as orators and Schr Telegiaph, Whitmarsmlh 25 days from Cnrra-
poets often find, it much more difficuh to de- c'as r'itlh 1hie, idli.: !'c "od at.'1 i i ...... to J.
sctend tian to riu Juot the reverse ofVirgil's Sl" I. 'tterson, from Gibraltar, ad 40 day.
fjeiltiedeeernsus .dvernti ias true here. in short from t Michaels. wsith fruit.
going down was impossible. There was no Sl.<:p Rainhler, PFtsx, S ays from Savannath. witil
alternative,but to fall and be crushed to pieces, hide- .*, 10I0.00 swe-et oranges, to G (ibb.a Left
or to climb to the top of the rock. Inlthismost sclir .ilo. for N iYork 271th. Dc. 27th, off Fi ying
perilous situation, the hardy youth, tundismnay- Pan lshoalst. sa a ite co'pered s'io'p a .oparet:y chr
ed bythe terrors which surrotinded him, ri- i"t I
cml by the ter-ron-s wticith au [roturdad him, r- riia co, blowitig fresh couldn't t speak lier. Jan 1, ao
solved to make an attempt, w-iiieS every one a ship ashore aihut two mi>es s to the northward of Rar-
regarded as desperate. And while his; comr- regat, with hi o f all itr sparia, which were 'i'ta-
,panions looked on, withlanmxiety which Ithei:- iaboit iir-she had a white stern, and about I or',
led :iti.r 1 all their hnbs, explectaint overtt 5 l5 'wrvf ot t, i b-ectali On Bariwgt o rts, eav,
moment to see hlin precipitated ou Lhe rock y ,por--thiphip hi:rd herias t- lt.i'n ag,t -
belowv, lie pursued Ins way -tirspelndd often by no, r dr. nor ,.0 ic.OlAle abn.i- th3eIr.
one hand on a projection of the lii.estone,whilt e Ther c'" :rti', Alia, litn ie at Ma amtihin o -'..
wilth a kunife in the other, c pickedii a place 9. w'a hobri:d! the prrc-ding d.y by .a i'atiot priva-
iiigher up, by which lie coinl get a fian hoIld. teer;-, ha amt in ro n Port.upIi ne w ai:, arlanjusi car-
W lien it is recollected thiat (it rock is atnmot tur;',- the 'cra e of 'which,h consisting if t 3 imen, wr
-I~rS tat i;' 0:1 t-r -rth o: ia LO t, ottositDartn i of which ;te 4 4 'buur a o
always moist; that its projcl ion3 often re ,t, nha,,te (ti 0a to gio into q er.rr)nte a
loosened and ifal;. I I,. prtcipice is nearly ALaliuMOREt, .:an I.-Art. t ris, Aeimrtrda
three hundred feet high, I and so ncamly per- Patke;, outi,, Lhgnfrit ; O-etrgo. A.;aes, 4t. Jawig
penrdicular, that a plunmb line will descend de. Cilu 27 days, suir antil t-oie ; achirs Col. Gteo.
from iop to botitm and scarcely tiouch, it is .'I i G (ld, l'.vana 8. coffee, i-gr, & ;. lits-
impossible to conce.ive of an undetcialki g ol "rk.
greater peril; nor of a higher order of riso)i- salir \ au. i'tk-.rson. ,0 di.y -orm C ,7-
tion and presence of mind than that djspisyod ri t New a len ros r Ne o i:
on this ,ct,.nsion. The ascent required uon- m c 2-Air i,.. .v;y i.'an, Frtch^M.. "!'ttfiC
sidcrati;' .more tba, an .hour. 7'!t advaco.u- po. t t" i'Pincet ,.'. sr..r. ,;. "




" ~Y ~p U~3f~

: --- -- 7.'--


. Ewr-- > S .-- .J.A.. crown of Spain as to its subjects-upon which
-- WENEbSDAY, JANUARY 6. point, the proper stipulations shall be insert-
--- ed in the treaty.
Lorscnf theS.'.t.'cr .tlagni.t.-Captrin 2. His catholic majesty, to give an eminent
Doe, of the Schoone,' ,Jelva-Doe, who arrived proof of his generosity,atld of thedesire which
last evening in 8 days from Washington, N. animates him to strengthen the ties offriend.
C. informs us, that the Magnificent, ship and of good understanding with the Uni-
C. informs us, at the schooner' Magnificent, ted States,and to put an end to the differences
Capt. Ashby, from New-York, bound to Ed- which now exist between the two govern-
enlon, was capsized in a heavy gale, on the ments, cedes to them, in full property and
of Dc e white sd o a sovereignty, the provinces of East and West
2d, of December, while scudding under a Florida, withalltheir towns and forts, suchas
lose reefed foresail. The vessel sunk, and they were ceded by Great Britain, in 1783,
every person on board perished. This infor- and with the limits which designated them in
nation was communicated to Captain Doe, the treaty of limits and of navigation, conclu-
aro. ded between Spain and the United States, on
by Cap tiin Haggart, of the Schooner Patriot, the 27th of October, 1795: the donations or
who was then in company, and bound to the sales of lands, made by the government of his
s4rne port, but who was unable to render any majesty, or by legal authorities,, until this
SSsistance. time, are, nevertheless, to be recognized as'
s valid.
From Bermuda.--We learn by the arrival 3d. To avoid all cause ofdispute, in future,
From Bermua.We learn by the arrival the limits of the respective possessions of both
of the brig Rapid, in ten days from Bermuda, governments, to the west of the Mississippi,
hiat, about tbemiddle of December, the schr. shall be designated by aline, beginning on the
Biram, of New-York, loaded with salt, was Gulf of Mexico, between the rivers Marmen-
in towy the schooner eight, Capt. a and Carcasee, following the Arrago-Hondo
taken in towby the schooner Delight, Capt.between t Adais and Natchitoches, crossing
Trot, of Be(,-..ida, who tried to get her into the Roxo or Red River, at the 32d degree oi
port. iWhen discovered she was about 20 latitude, and 93d degree of longitude from
leagues E. by S. from that Island, in good London, according to Mellish's map; and
,. sou oardthence running directly north, crossing the
-uelion, buti no.t a soul on board. Arkansas, the White. and the Osage rivers,
Ai le same tune wasalso discovered a brig, till it strikes the lilis our, and ilten following
with bright sides, deep waiste, both her masts the middle of that river to its purrce-so that
goneand full of water, the territory on the right bank of the said
gone river, will belong to Spain, and that on the
iTe storm in Jamaica.-In or last, we left bank to the United States.- The navi-
gation as well of the Missouri as of the Mis-
mentioned, that a severe storm had been ex- sissippi and Marmeuto, shall remain free to
perienced in the Island of Jamaica, which the subjects of both powers.
coninued withl Feat foice from ille 701 to the To fix this line with more pr,.ci:ion, and to
place the land marks which 0hAll designate
11th of November. In addition to the facts exactly the limits of both nations, each of the
then stated, we find it stated in a Charleston contracting parties shall appoint a commis-
p'.per, that "immense damage was done to sioner and a surveyor, who shall meet before
the termination of one year from the date of
the plantations, buildings, &c. throughout the the ratification ot this treaty, at Natchitoches,
whole extent of the Island. The cane and on the Red river, and proceed to run and
',ofi.e trees iveiein particular very seriously mark the said line, in conformity to what is
niiedJ, and the creps are expected to bere- above agreedupon and stipulated : they shall
make ourplans, and keep journals oftheir pro-
duced in consequence fully one half. A great ceedings, and the result agreed upon by them
number of vessels were driven on shore, and shall be considered as part of this treaty, and
many lives loit. Its effects were also very -jall halt the same force as 1if were te-crted
serious at St. Jago, and other ports of the Isl- mneiem. The 1togoteinmeal t wil amicably
agree respecting the necessary articles to be
ard of Cuba." furnished to these persons, and also to their
-- respective escorts, should a,,,,h .h dtern-ed_
CL.'Ia;rCss.--The WVa;hli:g;ng Cil.l Gazatt, --. ...aory.
-slTCesse lia o iniri (that (ongrrs will tAis 4th. The two contracting parties, animated
.wek, enter in earnest upna the important bu- by the most sincere desire of conciliation, and
ee, te eanet n e nt with a view of eradicating all the discussions.
ainess of hi.e-t -.ion. Among the important which exist betwain them, and to hasten the
objects which demand attention, the following conclusion of a dc inn e and prompt arrange-
ta'e special ,ic t,iiou-d ment, by which the good understanding they
desire perpetually to maintain with each o-
*1. The pr. Ert .'aia of our relations with other, may he sireugitened. r.ciprocally re-
Spain,groirtg ot(. l -einir.nolc war, which nounte aifl claim for damages or injuries,
it is generally supposed, will eventuate in Con. which they themselves, or their respective sun-
jects or citizens, may have suffered, of what.
gre- empowering the executive to take pos- rtr nalure tlic may be, vr.elher thby have
session of the Floridis, anud thu. break olt the or have not been presented or made until this
interminable rngoz:auion with Spain on this date, so that they are to be considered as en-
subject. tirely cancelled and adjusted, excepting those
T w i which are ., pcifid in article 1st.
-* 2. The5outh..t,-:,rq ;:.rn,lwhichis 5th. T'lei treaty of units and navigation, of
ouiv fairly before Congress since the receipt 1795, remains in force in all and each one of
of the several reports of the commissioners, its articles; but, to avoid questions in future'
as to the meaning of the 15th article, in which
ui l:siD.i. Fall t. aIlaorimi..s s. -ked for. it is tipilated tha t.2/ ,, I o ,.',a 1 'r t.C e pro-
** 3. Tuegceoeral Bank, upt Lai, now loud- perty. tli. tIao high contrat.Lrir parine agree
ly called for, and the expediency of which is that this may be so understood with respect to
acknowledged in every quarter of the those powers who recognize this principle;
Si e u. b.ut, if one of the belligerents should n.,l re-
4. The a 'tntia ,,f the i. ri'tr o utl ,;,.gri-z 11., the ahu i, t.led clause of tie .said
Banri of ;.lh Unird St;t.s. ilth at i :cle -ball not1 remain obligatory oin ei-
On ol.r liubjecis, .uch as -relate to tie their of the two contracting parties, who may
Sact as they think proper on this point, without
jdiecrtry, lI.e insltar,, In,.dl n sf t .r. rtic,-. .' ir ,u Iu ... ,,l ,int i.,,ima, oi bl.in.g
cujrltincy, (comn'erce, IL CEcin, t uncer- considered A u iiliining ithe bLlf.re latuniisl:ted
tain what changes or amendments may be a- 15th article.
dopted. As more tthn r lihirJ o;-l. ,:sijon 6th. Alth ..,h "ti.e wo highc cntraefirg par-
ties 'A.,iti ithiei ins to cii-c thle sTipul-t uoun
b',:sl[read5 bh. c spen, .!h,.e y in :. ting 0on contained tiusi treat3 andJ in that ol hiiiti
private claims, it may reasonably be conjec- and of navigation, of 1795, to be complied
tured that the main topics, which are scarcely with, in all their parts-nevertheless, desirous
S<.o.ched, wtill l-fureid.. onli e.lvmcnit ;'faJidliig all doubt or misrepresentationn of
Sllched.vi rri ntC ml iteir r-. .ecutive clatise, tli.y oblige Iem-
"o tcrS thtir -,tIcrltiln for ilic itinairing selve ,to rrnalse ihie dclaralions or lav zrequi-.
two months, which will complete the second site for the most exact observance of all that
sessioil of the fifteenth Congress..' i abo e stipulated, a- good faith, and the io.n-
o or of both goocninieenots, rlt.iire-adopring
The Legislature of.V'.., th Carowi, sdapurn.,- -e mi t n icsci.us mea-ure- to remedy, aud
to cut up by the roots, the abuses which, con-
ed on the 25th ult. One of their last acts trary to the5 laws of nations, and contrary to
wa.: tn lay a i.ax for (t.: claiming e'-r. of Fiue t nbut ia. -i f.resslv stipulated in the trcity of
Thoui,ianj d. i,: ou ti. i. S. i.-iun h Bah 1i '1 u-, cited, daily occur in some p'.rts.of
at Faretteville, in that state. :h.s U1'mn. ,u con-eqicoce of tho vague and
i arbitrary interpretation which it seems the
ail .A mailcarrieril nw adopted, are susceptible
.tlfoil .J'-'r.to,.-. A mail carrier, br the or, and by hih t.ar, rh. luw is eluded.
ol, act,] by 1, 6icli h n in ito." lI aw is cluded.
uw-e of L .at. B-../,n, was conveyed in irons 7thr. In con.idrz.ti a iof. the crifices which
to Fayetteville, N. C. on the 30th and corn. his Catholic Majesty makes, depriving him-
mitted to prison, on suspicion of ,ai .ug rob- 'eli, in favor ofthe United State-, of the im-.
bead li U. S. 1il. Several ha:- o!L h-n- .I'oriant I' i uces of the twt o l'lu. idas, to satis-
d tl U. S, ila. ,Several ba, ot ih- I) and tociorel forever, all their claims, (he
dred, dollar Bank bills were found in his pos- United states will certify, in de form, th:,t
session. It is supposed that the same person they have not received any compensation from
wa. conceiac.-1 in .ev,.': I. robbe c ._ -il r,.-,.,, t rFinte, fur tlhe ii uri o the -e iil..red liomin tier
o~5 ,itetAtr., consuls, and Ibunatls, on ilthe
wLiclI, were L'.,n,fl. on his route during coasts and in the ports of Spain, and they will
the last summer. He is tobe sent to Raleigh present aun aulteuic statement of t ie .rizes
fui trial before.: ti: Fed. ral C outt made, andJ -..f rts ti re vvilj.o, ihLai Sp In nay
i T" i ii m ( Ia .e '` e re :lu ti .i ll i Jiia 1.;u, nt.

The Hob. WArLLER TArO.n, Senator in
Coupe',: flo.i the s' tn t' ndi Ina,is re-elect-
c'i tl ihe .s.nicr ,,rl.e Ir :ri years i'.mn the 3.t
of March next ..

i ... n C, i,- pa.-,?
r ,'T .' .,-i-lOji i;e i ) ,:sij I''. lt'[ in r','ln;,,'.r. tol i,.,
late unsuccessful negotiation between the Se-
cretary of Stlilc and the Spanish Minister on
the s hbj: t of It re r', ,, .',-, East Florida.-
The following are the propositions presented
to the Secretary of State by thle Spanish MiAun-
S.':r I., mt ;r h se basis of a Treaty of Ces-
7 ,!. ",I.,-; v,-: accidentally omitted in their
proper place:
", *. :;..? ti P. .: ,,:;,"r, received in J./Ur
<-', | -. ..,' '. r .-f ', 18 18.
3st. The Uonied Stats dare that thedy
deeply regrft the violation of lhea Spanih. ter
ritory by the troops p.rmdu:' the rlnuianad 0f
. Jacks!on ; andi that, its beinr df(one wiI.-
outl Iheir orders, and, as ite general states,
wvi:h the iE-vof ternmtint;in mos e promptly
tie war against the Indian, oe Uid promptlyaes
Uth united States
r l'..: oreL tI svn of 'Eocnsacola, arid tIhe
*' ,i- ( L ., St. JMlrtii s, ads the oiler
territory. occupied by theirr troops, in tile Flo-
riduas, to thbeSansh olji;iiers, ith;' autiioriz.d
bv- hit catholic m.jesty to irae i)ossessiort of
Sthei ; :I.e i..,:j States being answerable,
as tsjust, lor tihe iniuries c -used b' theinc.,r-
,* 0- ai. "!*ie troops of itj, U union, as well to thle

From the Philadelphiapapers of yesterday.
ieare aish,..i-e-d to a ),tl, i t rho state-
ment ,i.,dLJd to in tie p i,|i.:al.;on of the
Cashiir oft ,e State banks in the city of Phil-
adelphia and Northern Liberties, dated the2d
inst. net t'hvinfg becn lfotu b0i.el b\ tie I'13
of thU L- 'i., .J St;Lt.- Lu tie L 'n.,nu1ty. L'..|alt-
ment, is incorrect.

S.St n ,- 3...i/t I, I l,. n .,, .' c and N etos
ir... ,. 1. r.,'... J.2.i. l- noolst.. "
Another Shiopwreck.-Thle brig Stoughton,
Turner, ofand for New-York. 1v3 dlay from St.
Croi'. I i" .Fn.J ii il, a n. hn .1i. ti ,,...l -ii, ar
and wrie, was cast away oo the night of tihe
23d ult. on 'ot-urth Bank, near te rifce Sand
Hills, coast of North Carolina, and Mr. Killer
.'. uP t .., i.'Lia: ,s .. it (a n eat C .I '1 ,''s1 .:li- r..i ,
was drowvsied-the vessel and sugar lost, ir'
catpl'in, thle remaining passengers,- the crew
atd thIe rine saved. Captain Lincolo Rhodes,
of the baque Ossipee, late of this port, took
lis passage home ie in tI .... 1 i ,- but died
ofa pulhnionary affection on the 13thi Decem-
ber. The Ossi pee hirI, prevrotis to his leaving
_t. Cruix, been sold, antd I1 ..i -it 1d for St.
Tlin as. '". ....i .. -- s, tin the iough-
tonlv, viz. '. Ytouitg and 'IMr. Osborne, arri-
ved iere on Tuesd a) evenit,)i:sn e stage froms
Elizabeti-City' ; they state (hat the brig
4eo-s'g ,Vashirigt.on, of and fori i iJl l t:'i r.-
Cui,. go( untler way at ilie time they came out
iro'm' i. (Croix, butwhiieither she put back or
got upou a reef, (the wivd being so as that she

would not fetch outJ they could not ascertain, and the consequent rapid a, :. :...". ..... e t
on account of the great distance they were ice, the business would have been rendered |
from her. The ship Elliot, Ward, master, of much more difficult on (Sunday) the day fol-
and for New-Haven, (Con.) was at Bass End, lowing ; and on Monday it would have been
to sail in 2 or 3 days. totally impracticable. The river was possible
Capt. Costigen, of the schr. Betsy, which on the ice atBoucherville on Thursday and its
arrived at-this port on Tuesday last, from N. rapid rise here during this last two days imdi-
Orleans, reports, thaton the2d of Dec. be.saw cates its being closed still further tip.
a sail which proved to be a patriotic private,
manned entirely with blacks, ona cruize,whio FROM LONDON PAPERS,
took from Capt. C. a small boat, (his own pro- Reetived at the Office of the Commercial Advertiser,
perty) and ordered him to send all his people ': L nDO, Nov. 16.
on board, at the same time plundering the Alix-la-Chapelle,JVbi. 9.-Several couriers.
vessel of a quantity of pork. Capt. C. was have arrived from Paris within these six days,
compelled to obey their commands, but his bringing accounts of the extraordinary de-
men were not detained long before they were preciation of the consolidated five per cents,
ordered back again, and the Patriots proceed- and of the general causes to which the fall is
ed on their cruize. attributed. This subject was immediately
taken into consideration by the Ministers of
MJail Robbers.-It willbe recollected that the Allied Courts; and-the following docu-
we gave a few days since an account of the ments will explain o you the result of their
loss of the mail between this place and Wash- deliberations-a result which will probably
ington. Yesterday two negro men were com- restore the French funds to their former lev-
mitted to.thejail of Baltimore county on the el.
charge of having robbed it. The circumstan- -PROTOCOL OF NOV. 3.
ces as related to us are as follows: the care- The Duke of Richelieu represented at+ the
less driver it appears, lost the mail bag out Conference, that the terms for the payment of
of the stage, which was found by the two ne- the 165 millions to be furnished by France,
igro men above mentioned, accorditii I the-convention of the 9 1D of Oc-
It appears doubtful whether they knew tober, ha.uing been fixed at very near periods,
what it was when they found it, as they ap- a too rapid exportation of specie has beent
pear, we are told, to be very ignorant slaves, occasioned, which tends to produce a dopre-
They contrived, however, to make their way nation in the vale, of the inscriptions, equal-
into it by the aid of a knife, and finding itcon- 13 injiriou- to ihe interests of all the contract-
-tained letters, they contrived to opah these iog parties. To remedy this evil the Duke of
alse,'took about $2,800, in bank bifls, and Richelieu proposes-
then burnt the letters and the mail bag. We 1. That the 165 millions which France wvas
understand about $2,000 of the money has todii'.i,,g.' by n,.,nuih ir.:t..i, Lm|ts, from the
been recovered; what has become of the re- 6ith ol J amnar) to thl. 6th orl 'lpicmber, he
mainder is not yet known. -Telegraph. discharged in twelve months, by monthly pay-
ments from the 6th of January to the 6th of
.S'icid.'-A man named; Edmondston, a December, inclusive : the interest for the de-
Teacher by profession,was found suspended by lay of tlite ie mrium being made good at the
the neck, in St. Andrew's Parish, near Ashley rate of 5 per cent.
Bridge Ferry, on Sunday last. It appears, as 2. That the 100 millions in incriptions, for
far as we have obtained the particulars, that which the different Government have treated
the deceased had become detang-..d witilst 'i.- with i111M Btsnrg and Hope, li l bLe ro.jriJ
lowing his occupation in a gentleman's family by payments made at the same' epoch, with
in the country, who was bringing him to town there same bonus of interest, in proportion to the
on Thursday last, to place him in the Lunatic delay of three months.
Hospital ; but being detained some time on 3. T. ii it .i.-ssar .i -. ,iats0-.ii be adopsr.. I1, i'i
the other side of the river, by the boat, he es- theabo- meL ire-ioid hour:, in older i:.t the
caped from a window into the woods, and was bills drawn upon them, conformably to Arli-
not discovered until Sunday last, as above cle 6, may be paid in assets at the different
iientioned. We understand he was from place which nma suit the couvenieuce of the
Massachusetts.-C-hari: .. City irt 0. 'Got ei -in, Its itI.-nii i.d. i.y avoiding the re-
moral .i' tojr, gl-al a i.,-:- ul specie.
From the Charleston Times oftei, e. .i. Oie ],'lliier, Pleii,. st,.uiirn .." *i' ...
r-.. m.'rA traa-tREsPoiilDEhrcEs. ,ria, Gr,. I Britain, Pirn,.-,:. ...a t.:,i'- i., u'-c e
I- I.i'rni, I ,'A Dec'.-I wrotejyoua.fewlines unanwicu.i.N of ..T i.i..u i, v.Jnit the propusi-
per t.c ischr. Olne Branch adayor two since, tion of the Duue ur hincielhiei, saving the ea-
butas herdestination wasnot positively known tering, with respect to article 3, into parttcu-
I a uld uot for ,ard ..iur papers. With this lar arrangements with Messrs. Baring and
you t ill recelne **Diarr'" upto ii dat-. Hope, to 1i the terms a.t which thlie eff-cts in
You barel also enclosed, our l. .,t Price foreign funds should 'be accepted ; and also
Current, by which you will perceive that A- that, in order to facilitate these arrangements,
merican produce holds out more inducement Mr. Baring should be requested to come to
to clippers. Flour commands its q.uotnti'..- Aix-la-Chapelle to take imt .- ji s s..; ilth
r.I-addl-- arrivals of 11.16 article. ii rit'ly k',:p purpose, in cancertwith the p. :,. in .i,14cd
pace ailh tilieconsumption. The. bakeslinae with this business. Prince II .i< ,bf, &' .
no stock on hand, and considerable must ar- sides, presented to the protocol the subjoined
rive before we shall have any materialchange observations in reserve, relative to the ar-
in the pricr.. rangemnent which the Prussian Guvernimert
La- sales of Rice went off at 11 and $12, entered into with Mr. Bearing for the part of
and as the quantity on hand is very inconsider- the payments stipulated by the convention of
able, we think the price will contionu favo- October 9, which accrue to the said Govern-
rable. .. in o ili j t s i
Coffee has been pushed into the market so 11L[1' Lit,.it ki, 1HARDENBERG,
suddenly (and just at a moment when we recei-- RICHEh Il't, BERNTi' F,
ved the intelligence ofadepression ofColoni ( ii'rL.l '.,'T, ANE-.aElR{ODEK
, ...luce in u i U. States) that the price has ifthe Prussian Government consent to :he
d,.. ,n.d ,' au.1l six cents; but, as the crops modifications proposed in the pecuniary -_!y-_
,au e fallen liho'rt of general expeutatioln, thie ulations of the conventionof the 9thi of Octo-
impression is, that it will maintain its present ber, it is under thie threefold supposition-
,quotation. "1. T ,il. tb ,.' i.ula, ., i .,,i .-r.,i,, ..f tihe
NEr Mi,,l -cs comes in slowly, and is Prussian government silb 'i,:'-. I and'
boughtup at t3i ,ia, ;, after the holidays, it Compnruy, and Baring, Brothers, remain uno-
may be had at 11 and 12 tals. Sugars hold touched, with the exception of such nodifica-
at their old prices, and but little shipping. tions as the said Governmeut imay hereafter
.I s,.ct ol 17 ll of p~',lntlii in i's.itu.i mnm, agree to with these Houses. :
Inid.J- cohU ,.-1 l,e le.ai-m.h ifrigm,,-. .bio.a, ar- !2. That the loss which may result front the
i ed l, ,hr r:. few days since frnu- C(adiz-they proposed pa) ment in effects in foreign funoods
bring 400 troops and a vast number of passeu- shall be.made good to the foreign powers.
gerE, but no bu, of .3N iup.l ance. 2. Thi..' tihe go r .,,ee stipulated fur the
T:ie Amneie-an blig llorizon. Capt. J,,In. pyine,,n, .gre.li ,i..,n, shall be extended to
son, on her v3 age Ironum Philadelphia bound to utie mure remote iperiuds now claimed.
New-Orleans, was lost on the 23d Nov. on the AIX-LA-CHAPELLE, Nov. 5.
,outhmtru part of Abaco-the ei-el entirely To Messrs. the Special Cunwni, ione,.- of the
I..,, together ith mot10- o herc.go-C-Lte pa,,.. Coarls of Austria, Great Lilt in, P'rus-
sengers, captain and cir arm ,ved, Ier all sia, and Russia, at Paris.
well. Gentlemen,
The President's Mesaree wasreccived, read The F'r.ncach ;verament having, fr the
and adinired I.. l,.e Pt...ph' a a ini.. fiibi ed reason, -.llted 10 Ih protor.u! ol Novebi,.e J,
pice 01 v hpicrisvy. Tuey asL *by was not de1.,ls that l.h. fE,yents stpulated 'Uthe-
attack upon Pensacola. 165 millions as for 100 millions to be dischar-
Lieut. George Tre-cot, of the U. S. Anrmy gad in in.Luiptius of renti, rtgulatetd U, 12
-.ail.:d for Niuc-Orlean-., hLi port ot'do sti attio A ntaIlt t nu the blir betipn. uu he r;iiith of *Lc
a few days :,ace, in the brig Hero. ceanei, 1019, iiL,tao lainem, the last ofvwh:ch
Princes. Current at Havana. was to have been the 6th of September; on-
Candles, sperm., per lb. 4 rs.-do. mould, der Ithi c..iiliian nevcrth.cle- .' n.aiini.; good
i.t. sinly, I.c r qq :- I a 26.--Almonds, per thl de-.l t ofi thte, inuonthi b3 the pF.-3 s.nt of
..1 -.. 3a 5.-do. -hielled, do. 12 a 14.-Coffee inteiL-. Lt ithe r te of 5 per cent..; the four
Ist quality,.do. $23 and 26 r.-do. 2d quality, Courts have unaniinously admitted these prop-
23 and 24 r.-Fiour. ip. Philadelphia. $27. I Oaitiou,. inm order Io amid a depreciation in tie
dJo. RichinulinJ. .4.- io. New-O. rleanh 23. I value o.l thlI inicri|..ii.jn oi0r r, 'i-., whilih .ou.ll'.I
lice, pe q+q. $110 a 11.-Soap, Americanii. bc i.qa nll rniu.m..,,i' I.all iii,,.-:co.itra:i.z ;,ar
.cr q1. 14a I.-6alt, per faneg. $ 1and I r. ties. e t.-iticiel;re loe i o ti.ni in tr-i',,niit-
-Staves, red oak hhd. $14 a 16 per M.- ting this resolution, as consigned in the an-
Pitch, I.er bol '3 a :. od 4 r. dull.- Tar, do. need Priiotui, t, ...u, tu take it: cou... as
$4 a 4 and 4 r. dull your IutJrUnIiuo,. al.i. dii eC-i... '. We hai e re-
Rates of PExchange.-On Philadelphia, ceived, in reply to our despabli of the 15th of
New-York, Boston, Norfolk, &c. 3 per cent. October, the note which you have done us the
premium. l hon,: tis a.ldre3.s to us, under lhe date of the
t- ilh l U.:t..bcr.
'1 Le Rev. Mr., Shepherd, who has been thro' The sP, itocol of distribution, signed at Pa-
1Massachusetts and Rhode-Island, soliciting is on the 20th of October, 1815, having, in
donations for the Hartford Asylum for the article 13, determined that thie recovery of the
Deaf and Dumb, has r. inined ..i i ipt..i ai.-- time I h i- paJ in i rance, as well as their fi-
of Three Thousand Dollars, principally col-i n.l Icpl ituon, *, .ulhJ be accomplished thlro'
elected ia Massachusetts.-Conn. Coer. your intervention,wve cannot do otherwise than
assigu to you the task of regulating with equi-.
From the Oxford Gactte ir !ec.30. ty time ',L).Je of itie. iIt prinio ul Utie p.i sitn uts,
Resources of the County of C .,-si-, n resIC....ct to the gtieral uI I.-,'.!.
S-i,-,:. nieli't e;-cnt g.!il.,men, with whom we ,\ iih ,.'pect tu tIL no:- is iieclh the Sieur
have conversed, have estimated the amount of Dumond requested you would reproduce to us,
Pot and Pearl Ashes, Butter, Cheese andjNeat we have to rnform you that the British Gov-
Cattle, li h,,.i have been exported from this eriament will transmit its directions to him.
county during the year 1818, to exceed the (Signed)
snm of fl',e hundred thousand dollars. Add METT L -ol, ?ERNST FD,
to this tle amount of Horses asd Sheep, which a L.I..E I ,'. CAPo0 lS'IS L KIA,
have been driven or taken to a foreign! .\L)...i'i'il.!i,
inarteet, together with ire receipts for Lut-' P. S. The folloringis the extract from the
ber, Pork, &c. the sum will not fall short of German paper which .was referred to in my
seven hun- dred and fifty thousand dollars. I last letter :-
S (Fronm tse Zsischwisnger.)
'eom the Montreal f-Ierad of Decemb.e'- i. optSEOrn ov COUNT LAS cass aSrEspECTrNG TBE
it will be recollected by our readers; that: cniaEBRATED MAlUS)tPrT 5FROM STr. aRL-
during the breaking up of the ice last Spring, ElA.
thie Steamrn. i. .t Lad\ ~hl)ri-co.:.L'e a.- ttirown [ We'are indelbted for the lyind cnsuiniiiii..a-
,ip from heIr s.;.,riimngs .rn itic '-.1 isij .t Bouch- lion of hin .,rti le to Court-C ..un elluo Iuti-
erville, where she has remains. during the hard, of Fraakfort-on-the-Maiue. Withloul
Summer. We are happy to learn that she doubt the opinion of one of tIhe companions
has been got offwithoutsuffering much injury, and unfortunate fellow travellers of Napoleon,
Onr Friday week tie river had risen so hiu,t 'ion a work in so many respects ei.igrinatical,

as to float her, and on Saturday, she was and whose author and origin continue involv-
brought out by cutting the ice, and safely ed in obscurity, must be ot great interest, not
moored on Sunday morning, in tier winterings ouly to our readers, but to the world in gener-
alonfg with the new Swiftsure in the harbor of al.-Editor ofZeitschwis. en.
Bi3u0Ic:'ville. In t:.-?u I this considerable The MianuscriptutoSt. 1elena hasattract-
praise is due to those who carried on the un- ed to itself the interest, the .uriosity 'of Eu-
dertaking. From the severity of tbh frost rope, (picions hiavc been divided as to its

aa..ifentriciy ; and havc liTen esxpresscd wiui F'lRM O(R (, ;I;i:. PO.N LE.'L .
warmth for aud against. Conjecture has been Siearna lu fllc', c -"'-i.'4,& ,V /,..,m. 7;
exhausted respecting its real origin ; but the .. Jan. 1-n..o.
further the investigation has been pursued, Arrived. schr Hse in Bloom. ,mndrea'. 8 ds from
the more innpenetrable has appeared the veil Newport. Pt with loss of jib boom, anl bulwarks
by which the whole transaction is covered. stovut thii hreIs ol b' sl bj,.Kayn ard,n oy oRich-
1 cannot describe thc u:i I:h Ii exo- und Ihond to New Bedford.. had been to sea. but
perienced wlen I first .iar the > ork ; as little was compelled to put hack in consequence of a leak,
am I capable of :.,inilng i u ijesta,,aity in which she found atndl stopped on her coming in the
which nmy mind sictuated when I had thbc op- ;,'",.
po0 niil'oi i r is i '" i(t with c."n it ration. 'l" W m. & Emmeinirie, P u. Chi ,.l-ls .,.i -
I .A. ,i t.) e,tI to-i ini, endle-s .,yr.nt'I o; f r t ., e'. ..h O, .i<, il pi ,i, -: i,
conjectures, calculations, and Ooi3clu'iolns. I caplurd nfft Cape Rona hy pirates on the 28th Oct.
was at the Cape of Good Hope, and six or se- .
ven months had elapsed since I had beenfor- THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7.
cibly conveyed thitherf.f ...',i. -'14If Da. Su11
was the period at which the ni.au.j.cr.i tell in I'Ri'L., Ut i.C h l ll D \ ,
to may hands, on its arrival direct rorr London CORCTRDan von Ret SEXW-VORK SPECTATOa,
to Cape-town. How great was my surprise on y the Ae.w- V.i St,. '. a.L; Exchange Board.
reading it What feeism,,4s 1.iiia..J ;rI soul as r P NK
I proceeded to the cu.ocl ,..u 0 .)o lth one United States, ii: lui t n, l u, P0 13
hand, I most unexpectedly met with truths New-York, 130 13:i |li. rica, !ti
which appeared could be only extracted from Manhattan, i:183, I iOitV. 97
the secrecy of my papers, ifiterspesrced, oil the %1-i ,..,.. Ill "I',Is.,,. 98)
other hand, with a mixture of very ridiculous 19r6,i..,.l...1 10 M 1 IIt lI.f. ,ii ,S (112
errors. Fragments presented themselves to New-, k, IS 01 C Mer (OMPANiES
me, which, compared with those I ,till posses- Fire,:,m 90 94 Mntual, 116
sed, made me uncertain whether I was awake Oi'ean, i99 Washington, 1Z7
or in a dream. I recognized, sometimes, the Aaimerican, 137 t.awIe, 137;
substances of whole passages, and even mv Natioesi, (Ilobe, 110
own expression.. 1 recollected to have Lheard 1'acficl, 100 Franklin, 1081
the plrases froil the mouth of (the narrator iUnion, 2 TE
I,mn .-t aa, to have, without his knowledge, N: V. S. -i,. I,,I Sixperct. City Loan 100
-.i, ileI.J Ihem to -paper. They are to 'be ,N N
found in my manuscripts, which the Biritish lo- Sixes War Loans i9 100 Sevins, In4j
cal authoritiesdetained at ,t. Helerna. What Do. Ohl& Def'd, par.' int. ilIrees, .,
I affirm nma, therefore, be verified-namely, Do. Louisianai, 08.1 Vaszoo. 88
tI ,, :il II,.. .,. ,,J .,,.3 i.,. ',, il1 11 tin,..,ht. the Oh ,Lon do, : : : 97
.1- i ,.IIIst..|| ii t ihe elevated and compre- France : r. 5 55
henusive ideas-in a word, all that surprises or Ainsterdam : : 39 ets. per guilder
J .1 ius a be found written in my journal, ?ptnish Dollars, 105; Doibloons, $16.
" I,.. kept during eighteen mioniths in St.
1I, I. lna .: ....,]-J Jd r. ,.It., i. ],,i lom.niluli- BANK NOTE EXCHANGE.
caiors, and tconui-rsaiois 'n .u .%.l.I.,ileou. Correctedfor the NA'e York Spectator, by StMITH
Had the examination of the pamphlet ex- & LAWTOW, Stock and E.Kccange Bro-
cited uo other r'eidction than this, I should not kers, Vo. 60 Wall-street.
have hesitated for a moment to conclude that CITY OF. N. YORK, & N. Y.. I .1 Lf NOTES,
(he.inanuscript had proceeded direct from New Vork city notes, par
Longwood. The accuracy of the facts stated Jacob Barke's" Exclhane Bank, par
appea ed to leave no doubton that point. But SBankh ofrl roy, par
whence were derived tie jlii .j .s .. o other \ ., ,..i, I. .s '. 1 c,.i,,..1 ,s1. par,
mattersit contained ? W'-.at w thie origin L..iu'.-.,,.:_ P. i... par
of those additions which formed su striking a Baiink of Newburgh, if notsigued vwitlh red iik-, par
contrast with thie renlaitnder of tie work ? In Do.. do. sigi.,d with red ink, I per ct. dis.
,i.i il,t ..L r i' i" ud 1 to l. a d._ec t._.u ) i-lch I U tica h .' .. i".., i if lMade paya- .
b le a t r,, t .-. L i p a r
t(, ,ld ,-,,.l t _,. ,. li ,,-.,,r' iili.Ji h lii .e Orange ,,t l ".,.';, I per ct. dis.
practised in the iump.ct.on uf in) papers ? Had Catskill, I do.
some silrange hand selected passages from ihislason. I do.
then ? I rejli': at o..- thie irjiu. i,,u- ;dea.- t,.i.i. Ci I ai Hiudson', I do,
HoV could i J t-itrlu4 uthouti uI.il 1al AqiiedlucI i..:,..,'.... ,l, 1 do.
.-i rti...bni oilfIc, i ai s lius ile 1u liorti Bak of s do.
l' ..,blI tYl IIt a h e a rty Washiatonat & Warren Bank W rdo.
would mae eknowo what, on the whole, could U(tica BAik, I do.
only make thie celebrated victim of thle ostra- itLica Bratich at Canrindaiguia, 1; do.
(i .I ,',.' : ar .ear u aa ita uJ light ? O).,i .. ..r ,1 i.' ,' .
1iI .. ,t I I .t o C .Cuuld .~n c Jict ,ti d lhe pub- I'lf."' ".... ''. 1. do.
location ? The contents are often equivocal- Clierry Valley Bank, I do.
W hat hands have laboured upon it? It i- full ( ....... II. 1 do.
..'. .,1a It i -sy ie t i i a 4a do.
.i ,:,1r1 [ra .i .. :- it il 1 t y t ,.. '1,, ', i do,
to'iji. .tl] o.'.,' a t u .n t e d.,. AI t- r u i& ni I i ',.i i ,.ii |1 6 do.
SIl'he diffieieuce of tite 1 letL.iliui L.e iii 1".1t' { ib. do.
taken, and as little that of (tie spirit by wvich' liudson and tLoimbiia Receiv.b!es, 121. do.
,; ,I 1,-I ...cA-r'J. lih trt a, .e ,-tL II 'i I., iJ. iacob l ar'iker's notes lillh *,iM I. s.e. C. usC ?A s -Aret-.'ir si : rld ink, and 1'.. A. .u :...... 1.4 do
:1l, t,'g i.t ,i_.. Ite .- utij,.. .I. it,.: .i L II| |H,. Le. ti Nii'Keen's private bank notes
other land, who could be so intiam- t with the at I'oiughkeepsie 3 do,
private opinious of ,l4ipt .'lc i .IAnd ti'.. plans i'i i 1..i ''.I,'. i' do. 3 do.
i b L t i a n d y e t a p p -. .r aiji. u 1t. ,1 1, L .' i I "mp a n y : *t r ,
husl' .. a.: resp-ec nti g sn c .,l.. ink i J I. N O TE S.
nation exists; for example, his first marriage, State Bank at isiuzabethitown.
the situation of the Fr-ni.1i in, Eg)ypt, tie sen- B.mks in New Brunswick, p.r
i,..i.- uf the Dake ot ).,'-s 'I &a. ? W iat .h a i. I '. A -,I ... .. .par
-... U rir,,-. id t t.bt .i ti. k 1,.Ec-. of so 'I'-t '' .. l. L 1.ji.. i-' a, 'par
many confidential t utb's, would mix them with '"" h i par
Jers,-y Bait, par
sutich vulgar ernors? Or,. had a pet etrating anksat 'rentonr; State Bank at Cand en; Far-
judgemrient enabled any one to divine :I.t .,r,. i fi i. 1 VIouat Holly, and Faiiner's Banl at
important truths, why I l1 lusAt i'. ..l hui l 'ri i._J w.. .s 1 2 per. i .. ...' hl, h.hi ..' ,
tie same mind enable lion to state tile t..e-i ,.1 'I'.
facis with correctness? I do not wish to speak CONNECTICUT.
of those atlernpts at singularly ol expression, New Haven Bank, par
which oftie exhibit bad taste. They betray 'l, VkI .'. ,, -,, '
an endeavor at itnitation attended with very Phieuix Bank at larttIord, if made
bad success. Still less need I cite here the payable at do. par
numerous and incredible anachronismns the iXagle Bink at tN'ew Haven, I per cent dia,
work contains. .Ill II.:.., an ir.-nly other D rhiy Bu 1 do.
considerations, ns,.l I .. i .!i "ir i,.1 ,, tou e in- 'o i .' i do"
explicable at the tune, and so it still remains. ,... L.,,,I...,, I do.
i i E D ...- ,plr. ,. ii. .Inn .; p r
I ,at c .i',.:. in i. in, s dOr. ,\iil'i.-i].r Mt, i t-.,'i. r.. E .n' pi l- payable a p r
A6RAIiAi' 1 I i 1 -iui.i.li, to \.1rt t N r, i'h., ,;. i I i i. i i t, f:I :' t N w York r
Bt .EKa l ,,, ,iii i i Jolin Beekmans. q. Bostnn Blinks, par a/ per et. dis.
At Wilton. Connectiut, on their 4th i Lt. b II., 'I, i B ,1.i.. 4 do.
IL.. Ir -1...'I, s '. 'r I. L t'zt- .. J S, to .\i i .-.. r i '.-, do.
L..,--. I ,. p, i,.. I i. I do.
ri-- r tiri !> Ll'-. in', 2 do.

I .-it", ensrh, II :. i I 'I '- i II.I I, ,l r M AI
SI '. 'it- .- a .' s .- 1 ',-.in i t r ri
[i. Ir,, w i lsnes, which se supported w itli great p,"
tience and resignation to the divine will.
On Tuesday, the 15th ult. Mrs. JANE BACOT bR-
vi a, consort of Major. alexander sevit'r. o' Girees,.
ville, Tnneissee, (late of the U. S. Msnine ('.i "
and eldest daughter .of 'I hboins Wriht BaI.. I i..
Charleston, aaed 28 years and 2 imoinlths.
At Cattskill, the wife of Mr. Elijahi Wells--At
11..,. Pis- ...It. ,'.Ir CorneliIts .I'.i,'I .\ i-.
M ( A ilio.. o L., .; I -. -- it ., I I
hiLyre,juh. i- \ % .' .,11. I% J ,I 1,,, 45-
At Scipio,. J,.iJ.... l-.-... li-. ii l I ., Y.
Dtr. Simon to.. .It j il.' ,f,. -.' Kdward Fowle,
E-q.-At Ballston, Mr. L-iii,. IlSi .ii 1,a. ,'.' I:..,.
iel Lord, 38- Ai h,. i.. 1 ... ... .i. ,
.. .i..i r .t llh, lr. tf ir I ', ,i .-, ,, ,.' ..
'i of' M t. Sam i 1 ijj_, 1.1l,
hackett', Huthot', Mns. Nascy (ioutd ; mird a saitslr i-'y
thle miaue of Thomnpso.on-AL tiiil idelphis, Mr. VjI-.r
; Z ..i.li, i,1, i'I. J..si '. ,1., '. s',i:-hsiirg,
s"s "t ,. ; '..... : -'---,\ *'i'. ,,'I, si .1 > 's's si-
,ri,. .-- \i,1 ..J .,,, MNi Mr. \Wi l.'aittr,,4,,.)!--ltl
.ri.lk, 'oSi L L. ug, hJuter of Da.n:ei tO6.n, E&q
16; Alir. EdwaidS. IVail;. Mrs Mary (;tib,-rt. 55--
Near Cl,, i ,.. 1, J i 's e i ,, I. '; i Lksi.i

., itU L. S ,nsueltUi Leonail. -I .i ,. ,h ,
Capt. James W Bryson, :i7- At i.'As Iiport. Conn.
thle vile of Mr. 'litu. i'arm,,,. :W.- \i N; ""- i s's"'1i.
Mrsn'Ha.nairi Bakr', .14-Ar ., i.' i .
JSnmes, 43-At BostolM'. ...i. ,
Goliins, it; MIr. Henry JSnaewt..l9i ,Ar Ji.lns. n .r,
38-At Roxhury, Mrs. MA1ry '.. 11.. ;.1 jj -A. m.
aaniou, N. H. widowaI .Liiaimali I.- i, --At ing-
ham, widow Lydia Hlrt.il ey, 72-- .
l I h l. si -..I 1 ,I 1 ,
EII.i I. .1i .. h n t'ily, i i -A'
P'tilslI uit..l i.i,, I 'i-,tlin 6i2-A t t'rvitieiies.c, Cat)i.
Richard Jackron, 33 ; Mr. Jiwpli Tioas, -I' .; .t 'r.
Btulah Bradfo,rd, g; m.Vlrs .',i in ..in.. .i. i-A t Nev-
bury..' i t .''--' i'.,.a':, .-,- i',',iW ,ini 5.
AVry. -. ,j l.,,I i 'f

sRIJF1D'W) L'iiST A:l eA/^.t,.
Ship Enterprize, Perkins, 55 days fi:in ladeir;a,
with wiine and t',lt. tD e.c. ; so;, It.s.'
mary, imonds, 87 days Ifromi i J' u fr T'h sti.
i .deni w-ith salt, i l i ftit,'-s I' p 'ovtisuto ssn antJ s; ,
sutpplied theil--lthey blas b>t-- ls'i .'s; n:'t,0i b.rus.,cin
flid si off ti schr' bs.tnlomts, for son s d.ays.
Brig Ranid. neithl. l0 td i i r ri .'i '.. ,from .

Providence, 1. per et. dis.
w' aghintiiotsrn Bsank, at Westerly, do.
Other lihlde hl-hlsd notes, 1 do.
NVeTV Hamipshire iotes, 2 do.
Philadelphia not s, if over, $, par
..... BaHLk. 3 rr rl.
s t ',. *i l Ivare County, IA..
I. I 1 .-6strr, 2 do'
PaSI iii's Bank, of Bucks County, 2f a 3 do.
New Hope Delaw:re u Bridge (iom'y. I do.
flank s ., ,..,ic,., C ,. at "Norwich, I a 2 do.
S,, .... .oi ,2.-.J ). )a 50 do.
Pantk of Virginia, 1 per ct. dis.
V;illiy B"aik, 5 do.
l''ar' sers' Blank, 14 do.
althimnore Notes, I a li do.
Flikton, t 25a 'I do.
Pot Deposit, 25 do,
," ..11l 1i. i ; D\ -I 1 'IT.
Bank o!t r ; iL.i.r. ,' i t 'i._ sr 2 do.
Other c'. 2 ;iti 24 do.
l-,i, .irt' Bsamol of Alexandria. no price.
State Bank of h'orth Carolina and 3 do.
its Bratnchees,
Ni-telni -.J1 C..-p Fear, 4 do.
D..atwmire :\.. -. 10 a 124 do.
.. .. i. r, n.Jywiae, 30J do.
s.il, i. 5 2h do,
Georgra, i do.
r'ieinesee, 7 a 124, dlo.
Kenuitiuy, old Banks, .5 a 6 ; n-ew, nucrtainm l, a s-
r'ati- Company, ilu price. .
(hlir. t a 8 per ct. dis. ; Unincorpor'nted Banks, tno
New Orleans, 4 a 5 per cmit discount.
Moiitr'eal Bank, par ; and Baunk of Uanada, par.

7'. '..* ./' Boston.--Dnuri]g the 'year 1810,
there were enieied ,n tlie Cust.our House in
Boston 855 vessels 'oin foreign ports, atnd
183) from Atmerican purts. The inuaiber of
ultarmaceimi ilt' saimn year, was, for foreign
ports, 5724, for Aii.-er:c:; polsg 2082. Tot. I
ofentries 26,6--total o' cleanraoce- 2610. (.('

nrun. s T chr Sophreu,i vas atll lnde ifor .. c r r be-
Thle schr -; Trott. wAhich hIad jlti a.iriied a, oI ign cleaaao eU, ,) wure Ior pois be-
mtuda, fell in with a N. Vork Qcar i om 'Irn i.s lila j"yondn litieC ape ul Gooud Hope.
loaded with salt, with mo pe:son on ilb .d. idtti ) l k at
tier in tow lbr 2 days, but wds obinged it aitt it The ViCE PIESIE'rT i. .l 'I SateS
itt a gale. Dec 1, ni 3if, 30, ion.t til, spits' a ,Aln "ile VfCE PKKSIS (d I
28 days from urrmanm '.,r i Ne i in)mport. and his wlife arn tIwo dal;ghters, acciompsa!:Jed
PHIL.4ADELPHI.1, Jan 5 -Anr. scisr ElD..I& ,
lPolly, Fisher, Ciarleston IZ days,. Dice. 2 by ..e Horn. a.rn Tbo1."so'., (Su:earyt of
in with tie schr Mary,'Snow, of ansd from 'oto;ia the Navy) C(.,'mmodore (.'HAL s scl' ai.d Go'a.
for Noifolk. had lost lior hob isprit. aul r'i'ceived, otir S. i i si it .
.'r -. in the gale and sw stori, e i2. i in arrived at Wa'i'a Lu o th e at.
., .. Iong 75, ca, t. t i lhr' tool, o ff e capl in i .-.
cieuw, and Iit thLe Mary in a sinking coantiti. Gaie at Suvmai.-,-t '. sta'.it in. Uie .xa-

ua.nnai .iep b*ia >,, that, iitweenl ..d 7.0' o'this po-t, saiid hence ba the 5;is of Oct. last, car
t.',;:icp.c,,a, t" W voyage to thile WVest Indies. On thile 20th arrived a
cliocktl or Sunday evening, thie 27!h of Decem- Po:t ai Prince, but not being able to dispose of lie
cargo to ,; r i jl t .1 i... r.'..: ded to Gon
her,, a viwlentsquall arose from the North East, navies ntr-it .-l- e.. ,ar,.a-J '.. .i te "ini in.. ing di;rp
during which the ship Rising States was pointed In ,, i..tI i,-r i,. 1- for.'t J,
go die Cuoa. o ,, ti. it.: O i. l( 11c;h vIii s Oct. at hal
driven from her birth by the ship Monlgome- past f. A. M. discovered the land (Cape Mayes) bear
ing N. about ,, 3 lI-"'. Ji.an.- it the sametimn
try's running against and driving her up as far ,lsoried "a -ail r ,t -r..., ..i, h," ,o tiIe N. Ei
as the t.rm-boat wharf, with the loss of her 1-0,ab li, J a islcbli..m I sP ,,,tlvard) and a-
t c i. M l 1.t .J [ :1i lnn( t ,r .ii-i.,., when Capt
tnizen mast, trysail mast, maintopsail-yard and D; turned otit all the reefs and set the jib. At 7 A
., .1 I\ nlii.E 10 ..: rdii_" i i I wam comi .(1); up, h ,- lo fli
spritsail-yard. Tte ech'r H-lampton lost her ,N ,,n. gii., r.,ibc,.;1 ,el At cl A. Mp. lid It ,l..
main mast; and the L.:itrn phro-ir. ie biiig D i ,iJ iai t !, fi:i;, ,i d. ft itie .qu..e ,, a,.i hoi:l:,I l i
c o lo r: r-i nre n .e O W l i fillt t V e "'- l m c li i ; I l l
Porter had her bulwarks stove in. Indeed hu -dh-l te tIle pi1.u ii dg At r..oi .Cape B.-r,
from one end of the wharves to the other, bore ENE, or 6 leagues distant. On the 29th at 5
P'. NM htie ,url,;r.g vt-a came uip i-l.e hto rheCoirii
there was more or less damage-cot however tulon.. a-d ib.- Lit .ahjt,.ii .rEt.u, ii- vur.,er r .1
i. e y el o. 0 t E r y r C "-- n TL ,, ,7 I h I ,', n
of a distressing complexion. *,,e, L .pt. I ,,,i-e rn' c, i ,. :t ,, oi'i,,,.
On the same day, the Augusta boat, Geor- c .. tO I. it., hi'Ss 'S. I,. -,
th .c irii I, in a bi Itll oi aim il ,j 1 1. toU,
giana, got fastened under a small projection ,*J.i. ii I:,'. hr,id ,I ei .,iriftli ,.i-t ir].i.. riirrl
ol the tide wa risin ed in 10 minutes more ithli a reinforcement. The ciui.
of Hunter's wharf while the tide was rising, zer then wore round and made sail in chase ofea Span-
and filled before the accident was discovered. ih iebr. :- ,.. tI., ii -1 i. !,L .*' ..isendeav-
S oulore to .,I. -. .iiuri, i .h l ,.or.i tl .,- ri,h .-.r- i,.
She contained 85 barrels and 15 hogsheads of boarded .I iii.i it1 tier -i:el, 1 .
Spirits, and 17 barrels of Sugar. It is believed their commander, and .the name of their vessel, but
piri. they would not iufirm himi; lie ascertained, however,
that nr. lliii: it the latter will be lost." that sith w ,piri-li.:.I criiizer., ulmaedt with about
. ii4,1 I,_ i'io0 l. k. ., A t 6 P. M 1 ,.
Stfaller '. n.. apt,. afterwards ascertained that lte was from
Messrs. Lercis i Hall.-On O Wednesday last, two Barracoa, witlli Fruelch passengers on board 'bound to
mien were detected in llis toni in passing coulter .it St.1 ago de Cuba.
\it i p s n r'P "l C.i',' It ], iI-d ,-,,, ih ard the
moiiey, and conmmnited to gaol at Lenox, toiawaittheiri .,,.', -.,;, ii,,; ,,.. I,, ;, i.-l :.rch oflhis
trial in Apiil next. Their anames are, Stiles R.. Beebe .. : 1. ail i Pi..I l .,. I i taken a-
and James Monroe, both from Kent, in Co The C onn'- iii 11-" i'- 1 l iiitil hal past P. board.
hills ewhichlllthey iad passed in lbe neigbboirlhood, la] ,, ,i ,-,1 Ii to lii-oia. t..el, -,)i3,g it Wias too
those found upon thli were le. si dollr iotes, 5 ton ..i .. ,,,, i Ii I -, t I, i,.is, Capt.
bank of Auburn ; so well done, thAt they coiild not he I a t P e 1. it.-, w' "i.i ere1 i1-- e f ai l de-
juatided Itpadpers, which were positively refulrd
deAigniatel front genuine, without tte nicest scrutiny. hin, hat bli watel kwasretrurned to him. He thenre-
Also, one Itw dollar bll, of tie iPhenix bank, llart- paied oil ho ..1 I ..s e i.- -, and 'lobud her in pous
d bdi d sLioin of inie .ii iiil r1.,I Iin i Imate and ciew (except
ford, bady- dne. thile cabin b:iy and a passenger) confined in the. fore-
castle. Capt. D. was perintted to remains in his cab
Governrr's Spe ic.--By the following article, which in, with i ,, i.1 .. i I,-.i ,lie Jd; .. 1.. however,
we copy from the Albany Register, it appiearsthat the about ii,',hii- i ll t ihl. a i. ... pi- l oi.ii i. ir .Ir jta- t
his bo I. l C.- l .,i.it. ni ..,: bring along l.l i ,\l 2
moverneir's Speech was to have been delivered on A. M. their mate and crew of the Constinition aere or-
Tuesday. If delivered cn that day, it will donlltless deed on deck, and into the pirates' boat; at the ame
-re.cli this i;v l,y this 1 ...J ,.. Mail, and will be time capt. D. was co imm loaded to ct ..I ..- h. n
hboat with his boy atit 1 ., vi r. tN,.. w r.. -i t..
pubii lhed i)n our next. niltted to take any *i,;,, i" r.,-il. i.,. i ih, l h i
Arrangements made by tlie committee of they had on--T'i'e :,.-., 1.. raT Ail five armed men
the milit,.,y,s e..ig excellence th arowted toseards the shore, hichi wav 8 or 0 miles
h ,h e celeuy the dmstAlt,t I,, .li..it Ti.. ,16, i-tile boat -.. i.o, Ithey
governor & I t., i. t. a .- atthe opening Freented ...... .. D. and i, i, 1 Ilia
of the Legislature, on -1i..-i ,, :.il. iril. watch and the ki; ut hi tnnk L,&c. which lie wa,
Thel- military will meet at the Mansion couip-llid to de iver- -Aboutaihlioirlbefore day light,
use at II i .. M. and- proceed othe boat re.ebila the land, wheilt capt. D. hik passen-
hueat, I I i,'lk ...iM. .and. proceed to ger a i,., ,,. atk the nionth of Hooko
the resid< nr. f o li, 1.,.celk nc.. -. ay ,illhi.,,il ,- 5 iilit t. aluehist on, i a n elltirely
At,12 o'clock, a pruoession will inove from u,,ini ,,i ... *, Iu. i..i .,,- 1 I .rtn part of the Island,
tlw.ince to the C;alpitol, in the following order : .i- ,, 1i1. : 'h 1.- t f*r. I" presented itzd lfof their
l. Caf,'t. Judso lnla h].i of lh l assisted ,,I-.: .,. t. ,i o .a ,i n. They remained a
1 .' J ,-,at"'lh I.'-...., Ill, isiiil I .'ilh w'leit they discovered
by Adj't. Cooper, as ,a .l:ilt ins;.rElal. \I., i t...I .ali thli-r pi-iT e ..id Spanihi clioone rty
2. Albany Republican Artillery. iag to, at ahout8 miles distance, and at 3 o'clock A.
3. Independent volunteers. M: they iiade .-ail to the wt ,.u. ,,r.... tiy ..,
4. City Guards. C.ipt. D. a,, ,i ,. to ,..... a.., -d, .,
5. Governor's Guaids. course to .i ,.-,.-, .,.j ,11 'u'st of his ve-sel.
6. His Excellency and suite and heads of After having traveled about 7 leagues, through anl
dep-artminents. entirely 'ipioductii e and mountainous country, with-
(CUo, iilof Revision. 11 ,6 .- .. I i, 1P -i,, *'.ho lt 10
3. Ad.littant Gene-.il and suite, Quarter I..- .. i i ii, l .i, ,'..- .,]. ,-, at anchor about 3
MVaster General aud suite, and military oifi-.,- fi 1., i ni, I,i, .,: i i ..lnI e time sawa ium
eers in uniluirm. beor of the piratical crew oI shore, by a stream of f esh
< n n!, 1.i l lr ; 11.i.; II.' 1 ,. ,llll.[td h I it..| I -,I 1 m
9. Comino ,il nc, i l 'jn. .l .i.;,-n r,, I .:-, f ... .. -, -. ,- ,,d r, i .. .. ', ,,
A t 2 o'clo 1k. I'. :\! i- t.. ce- !l,- ,.- w ill re- a ., 1 .. -.. ,, ,; ,1C,, .. u,. ,1 r, ,, J
view the troops in frout of the Capitol-After p e-ented their uintsKeis, anu after some tuioe ipllllor
slwhichi tihe whole will return in the same order. fiig thiir assiltaice to relev, him and Jiu companions
Sl' rom iiYeniiii starvation, tlhey sent fronu the ti e.sel
I lARlMEN G. WYNKOOp-, 1 --:-" ...... ,,, .. .. .,- ,-,,l- i i .,.l aislnallpice
GEORIGE MERRYIIELD, .,: ..... .... .,,.. ,- ii-,,,- .. i. i,. ,. i
JAME GI3B3ONS, Jr. i, ., t.,. d .. .., ,,iu.L t
PETER C. GANbEVOORT, 1. ...... I ''1,1-'i ,a. about
I ,I lit ..., ir JItie.- I,' ii] i ill wl tlhich lhe
itilr I. ad lid b.eeil dire-.tled and there remained. Here lie ie
-- ceive, ;d # i. 1 J dilL IL ilr- e Pilii,., ii II I. t,. Ii
F rom the A lbany Alrg us. had i 1% ii .'I.,i. ih t i,-.. i. I "
.'.L U. L I i .i L I. VL Y O RK C ,,i .,, ,p 1 1, ',"i, t p '," .I t .
L' .I l | |. l "l. l l l ] % l : i r ll ] l ...l 'l I. ll .
SOUTn-EN DISTRICT. l,]] ,i.r 'i.- .a. n I lilll of lnuluing hI-is p o-
Zteplhen Baranul n, i .i,' Bi. test, e ,,i 'iil ll .i a,.., epar to .
.Li',, I i',i', i Jl, L,1 L *,i.i,1" ..oIn t',.-2 .li" :..I ..... .,, ,,', .i, "i; -
,ni" r .- 1,'"" -, h I, t !,.n h I ,,,.h,'- h-1 .1-,_1,1L I ,,,
Mose A imi Ja,,z l ia)- ,i ,,.. ttituoi, on the beach, wvt. itinfornied that the boat 'ol
l-iac l odlst Wiy n+ ;. .li l. the pirates hlaving bern given up to thmi, the mtonwat
i-aac 0-dei,,l IVillisn -u oi the.,e left tie seiUonom er the. ui t..,il," i.- i ,'1 i ,- i -
11 ,. ,- r ,,, i |i ,, i Bmiien,ll towards thu- shore where ti I .n..J t ,,, :
I 1i ,I ., .i, The ca'n e bting too s:; il u c.- ,i .-
S.i .. i.! iii.:- the c-rew, only a lart took )i:;ssage in il the r nalain.
i" 'i i h'i"~ I>' ,,; i\' ,i, ; 'der irlrsrinli thelri a'iy to B iacmis. Capt. Davis and
-henry 1. Frey,} Ralph I Hascanil, ii .asueoiutes il t iii if ifortie arrived satte at St. .lgu de
George Rosecrants,* Roger Skimitier.f Cuba oi tlie4th November.
ilenr-y Yates, j-t S-an l Younig; --
WEiill S tr. i $I-TIi Bae rom cthe B.:.i-., .. ii Adv- oTuesday.
Hi- ,Il.. D F. .,.,' Yeisterday in the Circuit Court of the .U. S.
L' a, S II I J i... i- i0i fror this District golden in this town by the
Sl,' 1.c,-d.y ,-",',.,i Hlon. Judges Story and Davis, came ou the
First clss. f Second class., i i" 1l I class. 1 i Xl]Ii. t T I-, T ... n .1 'i ringtoil,
e". r. I.... lie r I il .iii: k i i Il orl. nli i: i. t lI..ur r on their
.lbany ,i., I, i, ,hl,, onuhtal- l-.h -' ,:. he 1 are ..dicted -n ti.charges
irv ',. 1,.1 l,.li i t. c.. Vates of murder, alleged to have been comunitted
S'! ..., i...,>, .1,:...i- .i ,. 1, J..it,, D u l ,. t....,, 1 L ..l. -l.i T he prosecution
.. t 1 ... -. .. I-:, :, i,,_ .J it 'i Blake, District A t-
".:.... ;". -...- '*-, -P'biloOrton, tit,,, a ,n.' I .he ,i:-. -,, by M essrs Spooner
Cayiga--Eiijah Devoe, Wlilliam Allen, Henry Pot- ar.Id 1 11-ih. I i- tuial was protracted
ihei-ii. -1 to a late hour last rvning. The evidence
I- '...- ".- ,,.1 1P t.,'s.rmnan. r'..I.,' '- Wakely, and the arguments ot counsel being closed,
S'i-.i; ,,, I- '. i, hci.;e a P,r i Brn Ion. : '.he cuui I ..iu. n.J to tis inortiug.
Columbia--lty !L.-;.i ,.,J .. cob) R Valn Relase-
lae.iJoi.tlsal lph .1, i: ....i ,\'iu Be, e. OF THE.ARLAJY,IG Il7'"l. IC.17'[0.\'S ,,.
1/ '. ...- ...... .,,tme,.s l. REPORT FROM THE WAR DEI'ART-
S..* -, i. ... O 1$ J .. ..n., ,r, .-i, -.M E N T .
o n, .. .

ilihert th,;ell[. Sir_--I have received your three letters of
rirrr Fos.os r, a CV.i n, Hen. y the 16th and 17th i;. I. ii rel-,rion i, uLe esti-
l F k, Ca, lry mates of the War L 1ipi tinenil i;Ai 11,' year
S,' .ii'- John Cowltes. 1819 ; in answer to i hichi. 1 it:l.,:. il'idll sub-
,,, .... '".* m nit for the consideration of the committee the
;.'~l~. -Ti,,otoi,. reee, Den orts and statements, on which the estimates
n i ,r .tu,.. were forined It is believed !.hai i;- t will af-
S'2';.. ', ,. .-i. R.Bert Hall, Jacob ford a much fuller and more satisfactory view
V. I, I, .., r,,. i l l']atlin of the reasons which governed the Depart-
bert it Hunteri. smu, iP. '. sheffer. Ro- met, in determining the amount of the res-
ney, h, -I ., -,,.,... 1 .. [,,,'. J.,l, |\.," pective appropriations which have been asked
g u, ii, ,i.. It t .i.i...' ..- ..i, ,I ;1.l. .,i, It..haid for, than could be presented within the ordi-
---h .- h i nary limits of a letter. The documents are
H,..i' .:- W" L, ti i,'. I t a., uiitil, 'i- -. that, to avoid the trouble of
i, t..,:- Li .- j lui.je, Llhs L -,:uii Id, Hn. 't"l'jing. I -ave transmitted the originals;
ty I -"--. '., ,ilh ri- ard 1 must request you to return them after ltie
netorio ..-vramt Gret, John A. Stevens, Eli Hill committee shall have done with thrn. Should
i.-.. I, ,., .. ,.. .. ,. i \'.rner, Ehijai Spen it ;e ti,'. li addl, ld',hie to la, y n py art oi "L im
i'i,:i,:. --.. t l, .Mif'. Jobs Blake, Andrew belCei tile llouse, thuey can be copied tor lb.,
." i IIh I purpose.
'l.i.' ,,' -. :'. .... W.iW" iamain iols, caleb Under the head of pay of fto army, it is es-
I"-t-++i,. 11 ,,.. ', in.Sj. liiafed ilmia ilere vt nill bI. a prol.;ll. hblance,
t,.. ,.i..n 'ii a lr.n, D'i:,;elKissam, JohD A: at the end Jl lie year, of about ; s,_i) ii.,.i and.
i,. nosear nephen Wa, He a 4 oosequently, that sum rmay be deducted from
1. i n dre i'ici. raniel Sin e o Phats George ,the appropriation of the ensuing year.
j.. 11 ,:,, Fini, D. i Orders -have been gigen to suspend iit
I:,, :'a,,,! ,'. ,' j i ii,. -ivorks at Rouse's tc- .t. uniittl the liti. between
S.,i. '.. .'\r .~.r :l..J. ti., f'la.g., William HBam- thtienited States and Lower Canada shall be
act,- ty. i '. : .. ,'r,.nE ,Jm.r 'determined. The sum, of $2'00,000, which
cuhrahri. e .i'Stti AIM;lIr, A.rui H-Lbtb.wrd, Peter as timated Ih, il, 'till probably not be re-
s' tJ l... qunird ; and rri ", he tll'tieu in ti.e app'opria-
... i, i i i' Tilont pson, .i nanias Wells. tlion for fortifications.
St iicrm Cinapih, i,.el oSince tle estimates were formed, the con-
-i ou-gs. d 1'. bor, isaac. Cklin tl raitI under the new system for supplying the
Ul.ter lnd Sullivan.- Jhb Crispell, Elisat Ostrat- army with provisions, after the first of June
deI.j sept Uo, DlJauiel Clark. next, have been completed; and, it is ascer-
'. ,.-m. ......i., ,.uh i JohuSutton taiaed, that a reduction may be made under
h ,ii, ,,., ... il .... i iih ,Gat', William M. (lhe ead of subsistence. The contract sys-
-, i .rat.o, m.,..,. .1i ,.., John Duty, Williams K. ters will terminate on the 1st of June next.
SAd ...-. To complete the deliveries under the present
t.-acesuter .--J.uno-suion,William Requa, William contracts, until that time, will probably re.-
S i quire the suns of $303,441; and it is estima-

From /the iVfolk Hleraldofj Dcember30. ted that llte expense of subsistence, from the
C',:urt.Je ':, .i,i,ontr k oN, Tir'uTION.f n iarfk. first of June, 1819, at which time the system
'1,e d.Aut,aii.r L'ons.toust-ami, tjaiiau Camuane Duais, of supplying the army by commissaries wijll

commence, until the 1st of Juno, i320, can-, they nave, ,uorerer, been so far settled as Sto
not exceed $503,700; but, as four fifths of' enable fithle government to determine to fortift,
Sthe rations will be required, by the terms of the entrance ioto Hampton Roads, at Oid
lthe contracts, to be delivered, '- ., ec5n he i-t Point Comfort, and upon the Rip Rap Shoal.
of June, 1818, and the 1st of Jauuiar 18`0, The work contemplated for Old Point Corn-
the sum of $403,160. will be necessary to meet fort, is to mount 250 cannon, and the one upon
the deliveries in 1819 ; and,consequently, the the Bip Rap Shoal, to mount 250 cannon.-
whole n ar.p'ri.. ia, required for the next Ti.e' e hlues works ;;ill ot ,out .: i.0), -
year, Ir.iCer i hli i h ei will t e 1 ;;.-'6.6 ., in- 0.1i. Tu-e contracts ent ieJ :ali n.ill re-'pirec
ste-d of $853,125, the sum stated in the esti-. an appropriation for the year 18 19, from the
mate. .. hand on- rand, and from what may bo appro-
On a review :ftihe estimate for clothing, it p..ri:te, a.aunl in g- o $330.01.r0. The con-
is believed that the sum of $400,000 will be tracts .ir iaJe flir the f.tandatl.in c-f the work
ample ; and, consequently, $30,000 may be upon the Rip Rap Shoal, and for Old Point
subtracted from the estimate. Comfort : the work at the former place is pro-
Document marked E will show on what gresiing-abuut two millions of brick, and a-
ground the sum of $50.000Q is asked for the boui trwent thiiu-an.l perch ofbuildiug stone,
medical and hospital department. On tile 1st are collected at Old Point Comfort, uuder the
of January last it was estimated-that there was care of an officer of engineers. The work at
a balance of $15,000, which, added to the sum this position will commence next spring ; of
appropriated for the current year, viz. $15,- the other contemplated works in Chesapeake
000, makes $30,000, as applicable to the ser- Bay, between the Middle Ground and Horse
vice af this year; iq addition to which, there Sholice, or Fork river, St. Mary's and Baltimore,
was 1rariftrrcJ to thius ilem, by order.of the I refer to the report upon that subject, made
President, during the present year, the sum of: by the board of engineers.
$50,000. The disbursements in the medical i DELAWARE BAY.
and hi,,.:ril-1 dI Jopari.ic nt r Il r. rItIaly- not fall! The key to the water approach by this bay,
h' rt oi 70(i,000 Jdui tle pr,-:,n! .ear. is the Pea Patch ; an enclosed work has been
13 the *taiemrnt iifrom the. Ordinance De- recommended and adopted for this position, to
partmreat, marked G, it will appear that no : mount 120 cannon, which will cost $300,000.
new contract has been made, during the pre- i For the year 1819, 1 recommend that $100,-
sent year, for cannon, except with Wirt rriUi 0010.be appropriated from the fund on hand,
Clark; and, consequently, the estimates i- andJ from what may be appropriated. The
der that item are on account of old contracts ; -work is progressing, under the direction of an
and will be necessary to meet tlhengagemuni ,'liuWOer :d engine-i s. liu w ill have completed
under them. It will also appear thliat the smul trl.. hWuuIl.n ilof li; -rwork in llie course of a
of $70,000 instead of $50,000, will be requir- few weeks. The foundation is altogether of
ed for the arsenal at Augiusta. The ent;m ,hi. pile-, the Pea Patch being an island of soft
for thle arsenal at Frankfort, is to coi.pletv their niu J. Stone are collecting to commence the
works commenced there. I superstructure of this work at the opening of
The approbations already made, of $200,- h(lie next spring. To complete the defence of
000 on account of subsistence. -.,, .ii a- '.., th i pass, it will be necessary to occupy with
for arre.a age, i 'ur ii ...hig Indtmi mis IuI n-, i ill, worl ;s hI ht, ,ili of Iic adjacent Duelau arc aneJ
ofc..,ui ,-., tie JdcJu..itcd Ifrum their i -.pl >'fue-.te NeN, Jersey shores, and, to aid the whole, two
items, in the general appropriation. steam batteries will be requisite. As this part
Theie will probably be a balance under the of the plan is not ye!t mature, I shall not re-..,
bead of b.:ntiesic and premiums, of near $30,- commend any further arfprIopiMation for this
000, which sum will be applicable to the ser- pass for the year 1819.
vice of the ensuing year, and may be taken NEW YORK HARBOR
from the sum contained in th(lie estimates. The only work now progie ing in hiis hiar-
Thle ai,,rupi. iattn.. ri. idJe "tri IvI current ex. bar, is a castellated tower, building at the nar.
pen-.Er-c- lI arn. for thle year 1818, amount- rows, upon H-hendrick's reef ; l n iull mount ',
ed to $3, 599,245 ; which, of course, exluides cannon, and will cost $275,000; it is more than
the disbursements for fortifications and ord- half finished, and can be completed in the year
,uance, which are of a permanent nature. The 1819, and will require $110,000 to be appro-
appropriation asked for the current expenses priated. The other positions which must of
of tlieyear 1810, excluding t, .r, db i.. i,-I.e-.ity be occupied, to complete the de-
ments, :'rnidl .il trialir the e:.p ,... ...i... ii _,;. i I.t Ei'f New York, are, slt Sand3 Hc. k, :d
ence, uindi the new system of siiplsing Ihe :Mat.ilt Island, 3d west endof Long Ilanrd, 41li,
army, for seven months only, (i io: f1'to.n hue t l Biooklyn Heights, and, 5th, Frog Paint, near
of June, 1819, until the Ist of January, 1'..)l tI'm .-siud. The estimates for these works not
amounts to $3,077,789; making a J Lil.s..,.m heing cuipleted, I -all not recommend any
1,i .'1, ,.. specific appropriation for them.
The estimates have been formed on the sup- i .taL. en.i .r .. I
position of our military establishment bcing The p-,inDa .isu-i, i li-. Lee tn lb.,ni-jtAl
fill ; which, in that case, would consist of I r- necci.n r Ioorcup..m al oe not lit i I cnxtn i
;.3: officers, non-cotoi-.,:ziuued -. l...,r(-, uS ,- of 1.i, 1 a,1 ,- a~ l,,i.,.t and Island Points, in
ciaris and privates. the vicinity of sach other, and of the'bounda-
If further information should be required, it ry line between the United States and Cana-
.1il ,-.,vd J mi pleasure to give it. da, The wholeofthese works btuioi, contem-
I have the honor to be, your most obedient plated to withstand a siege, and n ill mount
servant, J. C. CALI-IOUIN. nearly 300 pieces of cannon. For these works,
Hon. R. M. JorHNsoN, Chairman, &c. for the ycar 1 I 19,1 conmunernd thil,. $i'o0,000
.. ... beappiopii.msd. Tile work late beel .com-
Engineer Department, Oct. 12,1818. menced under the direction of an engineerof-
Sir: Agreeably to your orders of the 29th ficer, and are now progressing. I do not at

August Hi ..dJ '. ih li f'pieriI ti.Ei, I 1 te the ih-I 1ii,,- coiinm inud ,iiy ili..i.i,piiation for
-hoPor tu liiLict iuLe -tuljp.mnd I..pol arid csti- l-1.11:n I .a- at the ea- tern estrerity of Long
mate of hesunnih tivlti Will be recquje- .. -: ..- I. F."*.- Iland, Boston, Poet-mouth,
appropriated for ith; cur,;i Iie.r department, il Pulil tn.Jd, I ['Penobscot harbors, or for those
vieyear 1819, comprising ihe hL.hla iug- heads posiulta- iriitit are -rii of( i.. -:ta|ae Bay,
and amounts: on thie \,rlinIte frontier; because the board
Fortifications, as per statement schedule A, $333,000 of engineers have not yet had an opportunity
t-li'try Academy 3, 3 .10 to examine and report in relation to them.
.'I'. i .-. eD, 3,440 "ir ig s -i nnt ancipitul lta n
-ui ..- .. -- :er waters, E, 6,'00 of thI,.i ,..oi l g r,:in: ll E.I,,- that 1l i ll
be necessary to appropriate $.-" .,,iii. 11' for-
Total amount'ofdollars 887,570 tifications, for the year 1819, in addition to
0[.] the unexpended fund which i, ill he on hand

It has been determined by the War Depart-
ment, that thebfortifications which may hereaf-
ter be constructed upon the Atlantic and.Gulf
of Mexico frontiers, shall be permanent works,
and L.-f -.L ii..ionmii adequate to the defence of
the i" ..'if. i ipa-.- which they may occu-
py.. rfit' n,,Ju ul' construction is the best
calculated to secure the objects for which for-
tifications are erected upon the extreme sea
coast of 0i. L 11. I .. il .\ I ,1 ei etec t L ian.-
portant Lmud i l.'-ual. -.a iO ; i,1. it a .u it It
economy. lhiE elxpeacLu once incurred upon
the abui't- pi iici'ple. will not require tu be ce-
p.ale.l. ,-\n important aviation, ii the id Ii.ei
.it conduim,i;l th10 .dlibul~imeot u-n account of
iurlit il.Ills-, ha- ak.- bhu n Cet rroni.mecjed,\ ...r-
der of the War Deparlnueii0, to in 1l. in hemst i
the common mode of pui chasing materials,
andhiring artizenis o pIut iils-n t.,;geth.er
the works, the whole works are to be contract-
ed for, to b- erec ted and fibish- fi hr a specifi-
ed sum ; thie conun actors lurnilhing every ma-
terial and woikmianship. suific...-nt bonds be-
ing taken to eniu, e a itllhiul -eve,.u iU iofl thi.
contract, undei tihe l upt-iI il, .i,a Jdirectiomt
of an .ilicr of enigMine i. In r,.Llhon to the'
fiu egomig pincipleb, llie following works are
to be constructed, viz: On tlie Gulf of Mex-
ico frontier, at I' .u, 1. Bairistaria, on lhe
west end of Gra-in TTie comnmandiig tili
entrance into iari a i.i ba$ ; (No. -2.) Pla
quetnine turn, on the banks of the Mississippi
river, sixty miles below New-Orhlaiii ; (N;.
JJ B.t3oU BiaeY Venue, neal I ,lie BoiEUie.
covering the approach to N. Orlcali,, tbrua u I
that lake
No. 4, Chef Menteur. These two works are
No. 5, Rigolct. 5 to be upon the mar-
gin of thile passes into
Lake Poncthartrain,
to cover the approach
to the rear of N. Or-
leans, and the coun-
try above.
No. 6, Mobile Point, These two works
No. 7, Dauphin Island, command the ent-
trance into Mobile bay. The whole expence
of these will be three ui/it,',i of dollars.-
Of the above mentioned, the most important
have been contracted for, to wit, Nos. 4, 5, 6,
and 7. These four works will cost $1,800,000,-
and are to be completed within 4 years.
D iial.. i Im,,d i ." i.iT '. to itiount 118 cannon
M .,ta l ..,.., i. uIIi, do, 118 do.18ig .
Rigolet, 2ti66 tl00, do. 64 do.
Chief Meateur, 268,000, do. (.i do.;
Total amount, $1,8010,000, 364 cannon.

.Is Decc. 1818.7 i ( reao,_ i u1.% this unex-
pended balance remains on hand will be obvi.
ous, when it is considered that the works con-
templated, when the last appropriation was
made, have not been commenced, because
the plans of them were not fully determined
upon until late in the current year, to wit:
(tiulrf 4, r .., f nirai,r r $S450,000o
Cb-.,qi.i.t.,. by 330,000
Delaware bay 100,000
Ncr Y.-i V H ihuinr 110,000
L.,k," t i, .ii,1.h,,1,1 200,000

To which sum I add the dliF'erence be-
tween it and the amount of the sib-
joibJ *I ,tk--hn, l. i t,nlll).'l wi1W cLi
dllfril,, hll lie I'-q-i-d I,l .. i
new works as ni I" i .'peJ j ri.,i
the surveys .which are-a i.' m3li..:.
and the contingencies .iliti.vi; ie
same 248,000 00

$1,433,000 00
Statement of the unexrpended balance of F.,,,'. 7-
j .' '.i Fund.
On hand 16th Apdil. i8ll $1,038,289 82
Amount expended to 6th Oct.
1818, as per report F F363,030 00
An-i-,' In. -l Til probably
bCe .- I..ILd I 11 the 31st
D .'c i .I 75,259 92
438,289 82
Amount o-. -;':...ii..i Cf..,I on haud, un-
,-.i..I..., :.1' .ut Lb-.- i 600,000 00

o I 'mlI, -i I ,I Ih. ii ..,-i,'r which is
iu 'i..i. ,.'i-.i 13 be appropriated for
ycar I'j.!i


F.)'.-ih .'." -pendith'res ne,: ... 1-ao ,. .n .."'
t,;' s .t1 '.,., academy, in :1 ,c., I hli'
For quarters for the superintendent 5,000
Four houses for professors and teachers, at
S'.'lu, 1 5,B100
'" LI.,I. ,,L 2,000
Bools and library 2,000
Fuel tIr 80 cadet's reoms, 940 cords
For the staff, steward, offices,
boimbadiers and guard 700

838,000 00
1,438,000 00


1,0i10 cords at
$5 1-2 and 1-2 lor distributing

Amount of fund oa band 16th A-
pril, a118 ,591 14
Probable expenditure to 31st De. 4
1818 5.791 14

38,1 0

Amount necessary to be appropriated for the
year 1819 ,,'ii
r. B. Thie two first items in thle above rstim ste for
the military academy, amounting to $20.600, are for
buildings long since contemplated. They are requir-
edj 4r tle comfortable acconm'modation of the .T ..,

-- .i Linit ... 1 lu.io. atue existing buildiuis do i-... I
Conseque .-.l, thui i \ .-,r I I tILwillbe I ... .i required. A.s tlie l.uh I ;,, be of a
necessary to a.iprofp .r the l se lui works, perman eiit structure, it will be .,**-, ,, t i current
C'l iuhat sexpeuu L of thie aeadensy it i,, d.-uced to
from the fund on band, and m Lich li, ay be ap- 8,8 "4
propriated, $450,000. Two of the conlrac- (C.)
tors for the above have left the Atlantic states, Estimae! .-" t. ..,, .a-, '. -.. !e E'ngi.
with artisans, and .::,u itS of mnij riials, to .- rL ..n .. -= 'l 19.
commence the w liS i i, i 1 i e n-.uin .; D ecern- R{e.ti ,-.i l. ..-' i .'l l.. i ,,.., ,.1 ,...,..
ber, under dirceLUin i ol" of Lc-i n iiie corps of t-' I** i.:- -h iScliriif engineer; olei. br
engineers. the clerksI ; one for maps, plans, books, if:.
c sAr and one for drawing 200 00
l C fESAPori.%'. ".. Hire for I l. l' ti, mid 1.,200 2,2 00
The fortifications to be cuiti ucitd at this tuel for ,,..:. 1 00
important estuary, and at the mouth of the--, oks, maps atuds 'io:ra.:' t1o o O
which diserobdgue into the bay, are depending "Ar -.srien. 2 (n
tIpo some to.inie:.n:ir.is not yet adjt!ted 3001) ft

(0.) o(j-" The fillowin; addition to ithe -aai,
EsiJmae of arreragres., it En i -neer the Protestant Episcopal Tra ct -.. .
Departmentta. -, gratefulvy acknuowle.le ed :
Oflce ,nt l. i } rn"'L .l.hr F'ta Puard, ECi. by thehant'd of
Clerk hire, months. at P. a.0 rO.
For the purchase of maps. charts and plans, Mr. T. N. Stanford, the amount of
by order of the War Dapartment 2,000 00 life subscription, .; ,
Stationary, tables, chairs, drawing boards, Fromn :, nkion Friend, '
adveristieleits, &c. 600 00 COIt. LLIl. t;. L.'LT'Fi-.

$3,440 00 jand Tr:-iir
Etmiof the expense of making f sren of they of the relations of Captain LAW.
4timalfd Of 174CezXoenSC Of MIsling ssurveioftheRENCE HOLMSTErOa-i, of ('lo,.-ton, S. C. -"w,.
.,,..,',. t i, ,L to, and west of the .iis. married inL New-York or L.i!., Jl,l %,3-.i
S "' '. '. .. .: .- tothesam e Si-i- a C 'lr e o r C. o .e r er hii> t, U ta i.-
ver,andnorthwestof the Oto river. -, I. 13, .i- Londo a'tid died an the pas.-
For a small .team boat, to draw 18 inches of Lono, ii died anle p
water, with the requisite equipment for the sage, will address David Kiser & Co. Baltimore,
voyage $5,000 00 they may hear from Captain Holmstrom's SON,
For astronomical and surveying instruments, who i .;Lill hciiU,' and accompanied his father,
and stationary 1,000 00 and was aged about & ,car. whEn hi; tithcr J;ied ;
Coutingencies 500 00 heis thrown upon thE wor-, itu for..u cottn-
T 5 try, without parents ar relations.
Respectfully submitted, The newspapers throughout' the union'will do
J. G. SWIFT, ChiefEngineer, an act of humanity by giving the above a five
Hon. J. C. CA.tUOEN. isertions. .
Secretary at War. .
YELLOW STONE EXPEDITION. For Dry Goods or Real Estate in this City.
Frsankfort, Ky. Dec. 18. rFpHE PRKOlERTY is known bythename of
Col. James Johnson is now preparing two .. the Ca,''..'! Fa, n, and is situated in the
steam-boats to ascend the .11issouri iu the town of Warren, Herkimer county, about two
spring, with troops and provisions, to the Yel- and a half miles north of Little Lake. It con-
low Stone River. They are to be ready by tanle about 140 acres; 100 cultivated; has two
the first of March, but it is hot probable they apple orchards. Its local .ti-iion, commodious
will start until the first of April, on account of thle E about mention of farmer, merchant,ll worth
danger fro the descend ice e immediate attention of farmer, merchant, or
danger from the descendhig ice. tavern-keepei. For particulars, enquire of Jno.
Letters have been received from the expe- B-a-l,sh, Eiq. Utica; or Asahel Wheeler, onthe
edition, which has taken up.its winter quarters, premises, or the Subsribert, in icw Yoek.
and is building a fort at the Cow Island, about SHARP & TUTT.E,
400 miles above St. Louis. The Indians ex- jan 8-Sp3m No. 145 Pearl-street.
hiti a a ,' i di,,,i ,-n .nd i 15i ;e 3,-(. 1 ... -,

ImuI da i','ilulit i aaullinnim, an it ii 'f,3 ,J thie
expedition cannot proceed without a rein-
forcement. Col. Johnson intends to prepare
his boats to repel any attacks which may be
made by the Indians.
It is likewise contemplated to establish a
fort next summer at St. Peters, near the falls
of St. Anthony, on the Mississippi. If it be
possible it is iilended bt Col. Johnson, who
liai cun, acted to furnish ihee supplies, that the
steam-boat shall also ascend to this point.
The administration deserve much credit for
llni attempt to secure the western frontiers,
und root out the influence of British traders
among the Indians.-Argus.-
[The above interesting article is not exact-
ly correct in all its particulars. Itis intended,
we learn, to a -:end 0 thine I it-.-ippi, in the first
place, to Prairie du Chien at least, andi to the
mouth of St. Peters, if possible, as thie Mis-
sissippi can be navigated a month sooner than
the Missouri; and, for this purpose, the Sec-
retary of War has ordered forces for the St.
Peters to be concentrritud at t. Luui1 I. lthe
4Sit, uf Aiartl ; nid a re.i.iiotuai of .lI i.' ut
rations has been ordered, to be placed at St.
Louis by the 20th of March.]---Jat. Int.

F RIEND of Peace, in numbers.
Observations on the Kingdom of Peace.
Lif? of Man ini,.l ,le.
.ctUtr: to C-let. .troiug, Esq.late Governor
of Mla..iliuteit, :hwmi.ng tht war is incompa-
tible with the welfare of man, and inconsistent
with the Christian character.
Tract No. 3-the Question of .'ar re- viewed.
The Report of the New York Peace Society,
at their Anniversary, D)ecember 25, 1818, with
the rules of the -oietly, (gr:m;i,.) Subacbribe,
aI I ollhir. who .ire friendly to Ihj aisocmtiUou, or
w-h.n lotr inlrinati.ni. iua' ublL-.;n Ihe a ,ovEMt the
Depo-.itory, at P. W. GAL1 IUDET'S,
I Icolo i'-al Booka',r. .1' Fullton.-t.
Where rubscriphions to the Society are solicited.
He has for sale-
Religious Tracts of the New York Tract So.
city, at one mill a page
Th,. igicer %, tuoini-Iter Cartichli n, at 22 cts.
l) thb- doz. or I1 cu. .ingle
.9LSO- ,
The Sunday School T.achet': G uidEt 2,i sict.
A t-,richy of .n]d.y Scli,',,l Buia.k fI:r ti. i, haii
a .I i'r rewiir.J;. Il, Jt.C i .
TN lite i, .a V 1 1 ,. ,, .,... .. t. ... .

,.IN- f i .... .. t. U flUUlthE n.. time of
1.iA-LO* L. 1lALLORV.,i,AitelWood.
SEC D E II ON bury, Litchfield.-,-.ur,,y, Corn,.,:ntcui, andthen
The t'ost-Chaise from Albany, arrived at half resident with D'a id \\ nooJd r a., of that place,
past twoo'clo.:k. WVV are 'disappoiined in our s an lapprenke th o ime tt inningg and curryiingajd
.. .. i [Lto,. m aS muiglh1,i in -:Z, lh elt his Ihtnie%, -adl is' nc.er
czET t .,-i.,. in re-.:, i-,i.the Governor's S ,,c h. Cc s h~,-,rJ i n :-v li: i .1, ne h i ,,,l--
The House on Tuesday met and proceeded to He is now, if living, 24 ye-ar. .f -1, a,. ..ir i set
the choice of aI S.,'icak ., when the result wasas high, black eyes, ad of i.. ... -
follows :- The object of thisnotice i t 1...''tu -rnriw-a
"" t ^ of his presenlt-situation. At., r eraon, tlit l .,rc,
W.A. Duer, Esq. 17 whoc-,i I..lutniu,,,t..t ,i cuy it,,: rthti,,: i,. tlhe
Obadiah German, Esq. 52 fateof tI.u- io'u,."- .. in%. ;,ii .I.. ,11 -t-ci uIC lIn. ,L-
Wm. Thompson, Esq. 43 ty,wh..i a will i .. -,:tiI.embri.,l A i| ]ih-,rn. ar ,-
When the house adjourned until Wednes- titude by his afltreted parents and relatives, by
day. addressing letters to '.Ir -v.1.,' Ll ir *
--. LORY, Neiuto-ai,. Fairfield .-),I,ty, .... .
is'ill e .\ih, niy Argtisof Jan. I. cat. Jii 7
Ir,.'ni-,u ,crt.irin,-. g. It.r tber-. it.f the act of this BE ti.iTIOl iS
Before judge Bouck, ".hhi.. loin l- ,.uti, What .Jwedicines you take, and by whom Pre.
jr. Feb. 18; Jolin S. :.' ..-.h ,,-. 1 ,l,, 1 13 J iiP pa Id have been the
.,r, F ,:I. i g I.,i ,,j.] ,.:ii ., ,. a O 0 ye l* '.t I have been the :..Ii. Pr,.-
iT.r, F iC ,. F.I. 1 RPs- ,,- 's- H-,i ,m q. prietor of Dr. 1h'mr'.l ,' well known
lJobi..l..., ,-ii..n -i. 1.1,11., Fe,, 1.3 Rr.n, ,i,ui, FAMILY MEDICINES, and also have inventedsev-
lI...e, .l '. Iha y 1 i i:..,.im.mii jj M c1ich ll I -1 '.11,tleil pi' -ie.pa tino- rol.- liin. oiu n nmr Au in-
t.u',i.-jn.ige %lil .I at ltulir., Levi Tuttle, Feb. i6. 16 1 Insl-ll iul, ..m lit i..k t., iv ,n iiplor ,.B.ok-
Mtei-, 7u.i.- ,--.ji U-.,nego, Isaac Caulkins i r --d I PETLR kL-ti. ij I, c.',r.-.,u
lMa ur h .7. l7 .I -...m. ,-, Ford, at Watertown, t' t i hr L. I I3 t. h.,. in' ,,i.. I -d
IV m V aug l .i ] h. 'in\ I > -, .s -:r]..-i". i. jc' i ,h ,, h -ii. '.1 -
From the same qf Jan. 5. m ,l I., ..i e i t h k, alid t, i' it .Ihi -ifi ',le edo
Before commissioner Howell, at Canandaigua, OIlN : tlil, h. l...ii, n Ih- l. i.r ul in-
ver W. Kellogg, Feb. 22; AAsa Stevens, 'March0 22.- i li, h1,1 -I., ii .t ,, .i i ,,-iilst
l'i.,.i C,-,,,, ., l. r S u e 1, uhi,, M aritiaTo- f ,.1 i-,-,i .im i ;,, 1 iifiir T 'n-
ai.r.r. i, r. F, tu ai.j t ',,6.-r. Fir, .i I Beforej ;.,. u, .i.lh .i.i!,I e .nllh,.,.: in, I .., pli.hh t hi :. ,i.,n,
im ,, i,,i ,, l'. -i :,; \,-,JI P I' \[.l .ico F- i.. I.. ,|h,., ri. 11 k ,ln.l.-, i.. fr c- P.,-.., he riu-io .-, Se-
El ..r '.dl,,eI \ ].,|l .. iiiuatoairgloi, Peter D. Conk- nr hi:1 ilha they ever took or saw aiy me iciner Irt i.;
in, Feb. 27 Before judge Smith, at Fairfeld, Na- prepirig
than Metcalf, Feb 26. Before the recorder of Alba- Lj.i.w J.i. lat. cbh ii.li;n J mim, [mlIl,
E i' f u B, .h.. l ,,, |li .2. B. f.., fe J_, Ja,.. i W A. 'ynl.l H l....,I. t .'tiP.
,l L ti.--,].-,. J u l l,,',r. M ir.r, i 'il .i .\ i ,, D M 1 .:,, .. l",) ,
C- 1i .. Hit .Illlhiui!ei Pr- r.. ,.-.rll il,
N iti.ii-l I a.ani. HectorDavid,
On Friday last, by the Rev. Mr Spring, Mr. WiLn. Aimn Vance, lGeorge Fulmor
LIME B. SumliMiAN, to Miss SataH Wu.ILE, b.--. c Williamn Julian, A., A -, -.-d,u f,
this city. J.,c.-b -,..I t Ar ..I i,IU Hs .t.,o,
D,.,.li i-,:i, Aaron Van Syckle,
D IED J.,,i, Hurf 'iiliin IH.:,lilt i(r.u.
Yesterday, after a lingering illness, JAM.sS S UAR L.. osaky, h I liZe,
baker. John reeves, mih etl ,c..
Yesterday after tedious illness, which she bore Jh Smith, D.eher, Coua'd Ielle
With clristidO fortitude, ANZ RiTcTnIE, wife Of rho J.u.; Hr,, r, Heo,-r H;i .,'
Ritchie. J sp.i I- zwr, H-e I11 tl,
Last evening, after a lingering illness, SARAH GIL- i J ,ie. M I-Ir, John Nice,
LaR, a native of Scotland, aged 19 years. George Stokes, JolmhnHunt,
At Calcutta, on the 13th July, greatly lamented by Abel Joies, '11J, .. I Ga.lt.,
II whio had the pleati ,.f i';, ".. ..,i t'r. oui N David M iller, J.:.m,, -,i. ,,I,
E: C, 1 ,. 1 ,I.' ilA ...f II .r |,,:,u .. .i L8 .i. & E .. II inJ1 %%-' iill i, I ; ,
1 i ,. Lewis Beene, eJ ib %. m\ ilkin,
At Plhillipsburg;,- Orange county, on 'Tuesday the John t Nice, i Mary T. Cox,
0thl lilt. Col. MlosEs PHi I ir-. t ,1i.s-.e. r inll erevo .i" I ". .',- It, I John Bolan,
,it,,, i > .. .",, i;: ,-sr,. u Ilia -,ii,, ] Rev F, W', Josintky.
0 stud .jrit.a,.,ofMr. lends.1'. -f.Wlls.
0,, ,., ,lip '.t. in Orange county jail, I, S., n mwellaicquainted with Peter
Mr. MAT70uw MC Kz.;, between 60and 70 years Kersson, of Maiden-hane, New York--know tle is as
f age. He has been in Ulster and Oranigejail, about iIgnorant of Medical Preparations as any mal cal b-.
trim Cur ra single debt-tisl debt was at first o assure their public that 1 .1 i-,i r, 1,., i:m n-r
., i 1 I ,,. u h I h- -ii ,i,- of cou isiderable proper- all there ecip es fr...-. r i h s r,.-.- i ,,ren m u
ty during a t ,i h. i.- -..., period, but of late his Dr. Dyott's and L ....,..'. I ,1 \l., .,
children tns ha d possession, und hlie hima been snuf'ired al Id 1 acquaiat iu -.,h ithat Li.: i.; L ,! i Ke'ri-
I: Ih.i'f ."ut his last days inu close confinement in a sou takesare s-lie i',,- oi lln ,-u .I i1 L'i. unitn ones
toai-.me jail. and publish as in)my firm belief, th.., ih i. li-)alt of those
In Browns township, Washington county, lnldiana. "1.) uie r i"o i .rti..n .. I. u t:'.-- ,V i l..nini, l ci ,
n the 21st N-v Mr. HO. m SttIT LOCKWOOC a aged 19 l-".c -. i.. y V.-'...- KI. .. '.,:-
eiars., a native of the stateof New Yorku, ad cbr a ,y at. ,'.-.. *. L.Lt !6 I S 1 1 .1 -
hort time a resident of that place. Operative Chemist, i...-' P.. .
InI Foster, R I. of the sore throat distem per, Sally bi .,h ..il o t J., U l ..1 i _i ,.-'n.il ut l,: .tie
Winsor, aged 19 years-Amey Winsor, aged 10- c DYOTT, M. D.
'. IV'. D5OTT, M. D.
di it 'inisor, aged sI--Freeboru Whinsor. nged 2'-- Sole Proprietor and only Preparer of Dr. Rsmberta
al children of ,l. -i -t.. inor. uAlso, ot theu f... ,, it ..,S V-. -..I. : 1 corner of Se-
a n e d iso rd e r ,* -, i l ait t l in l is 3d y ea r o .. i t ,, t, ti t, .. L I' j., s- l -,
randsotin to A ir. Steplien SVinsor.-These five deaths .'., ;C, .

uccurr in oune family, lin the sort space of twenty
days !
At Salem, N. V. Abner I Carswell, aged 20-%At
*I 1 1 1i.h II Iwife of John Sailer, ;i--At Charles
tonr, Uol, lsaac Walter-At Salem, the consort of
Mark Ellerbee, i 0--At New lavet, widow tiRhoda
Howell, 5:-At Cieshire, Mr. Michael Ward, 40--in
Hlarlrd, MAliss Mary Olcott, 51-At Bostop, Mr,
Ri.h.oil B....,, 1" ,.. f N io ,, il I. L WO-At Nani-
1h i i, .: .:... .. L' i, : ; C apt.
-. '. i .' :i t J1 .i Center, (8.

Britilh Packet MntLr.taue, Watkins, 50 days from
Falmouth, via Bermuda, 11 days from the latter, witli







Iti. ls.Cily of. New.-York.
1. it11 VE Lo tof t"i'.uion e the west side of
L' Greenwich-st'eet, between Vestry and
Desbrosses streets, 255 by 80.
2. Four do. in the rear of the above, fr ,,uliii
on the east side of Washingtou-street, -i I ,.
3. Eight do. i the t block below, between
i'i-. h, .:t.,-,. and West streets.
In .Afonlgonmerfi County.
4. 6000 acres ofLandin Lawrence's Purchase.
near E:tst Canada Creek, on thelanorth side ofthe

the November vMail. Passenger, .Mr. R, Vioore,-- FrInstlis Comnti.
SailS-d 18tlh Novembelr. Capt. WM.tkins states, that 5. 15,162 acresof Land in the towns of MourcT
lie has never experienced finer weather across tile At- Morris and Dayton.
lantic that during this passage, 'In Essex. County.
Brig Janus, Dowdall, from Bristol, and 33 days fr.- 6, 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry-
Fayal, (wvbere she put in in u stress) with hardware more. In the Coinyi of Letis.
Brig Elizabeth, Ilussey, 50 days from Gibraltar. 7. 1250 acres in Castcrlan., Chassanis' Pur-
Brig Nymph, Hurd, 48 days front Teneriffe, with chase.
barilla, to N. L. & G. Griswold, and J. M. Barry. In S'-,..',L C-,v .
PHIIJL. DELPtFlAJan. U.-Arrived ship Bain 8. 2600 acres ii -loi.r'- 1 h., ,ri-.
bridge., (h.(' 'Tmtinihsom.) terry, fniom Calcutta, cot- Enrquire at the office of the tub-crib-sr, 2. Ce-
toli, ae4 m', it.c; si ms 'AsltiAlets. li!es Beaufort i d, ; dar-street. BEV. ROB3UINON.
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r- .-..-."" ststementsaurwiiiu, sU. .-licilingtheiin the nlpouf- I ty, r.i-aIurl ct; obvious, o -'- : even admit- I tin-cnt' .he- ..1, -; a.: r)i-t(rce lnd navigg- 1, 1lstof tast month, withd,frd iL ,theo -'.... i the Brisli government would support : ,..:
.OUR'.,' ,lI.ON,'} % I Il -I \i' tionofthetgot -Kamentof the United States tingyour assertion in its fullest latitude, not- t,,, ,:,|t'spa I jr.,.rv yon state that whai boundry between the t;ted States ad t.h- in this pretenc, and was writing letterstothe
POCUMENTS TRANSMITTEID TO CONGRaES3. shall have been, before the dateofthi. treaty, withstandingno argument has ever been advano propose is inadmissible I but I have received borerimffg t.rritury of Spain, it was withldhe Governor of Nev-Providen. ,:., I 11. Briti-.h
The 8.cretay Sa on Li d O and sine the dale of the convention of I802 ced by the United States toestablishit, and that ]orders from my -overeign to inist ou this view,by the magnitutde of the sacrifice which Minister here, and, through CiI E li chulh i.
TheeceryfSt aDnLi presented either to the Department of State t i ,:--u r.lct.ed by the m,:,:t ,a.iiu .nt," .--..:- pint, and to claim ouyour govermnersnt such it involved, ot Ihe part of tihe U., ,1 ...,.,. s. ,_-i ,.J, ., the British govrnrment, ol.,l.n:
D, .n,,iirr.-0 oe STAL ,, ? ltle Unnii., Stiat ,a or to th Mhnriter of "Le un at -,.prpoof, t,-- prctEn ou) tea-u t,. c t6Q. ..ur -,,t ,i1rc)t as areimperiousl, called for by the to manifest the deep srolicitmde w th hIe 'l. arms am am nunitien, for war against tlie U.-
-I.I. II. 31, 318. e l in 5pain. Bt not to claims c!ran e.yorl the Missouri would always be in- verynature of these abuses and violations, as in tlerminalinfg by a general adjustment of all united States. Nor was this all: he obtained
ccntheytandiotrbtaut y contravernae ,t-he- ... t- -" -treay iediirne wl-'ae enalugi l
proposals contained in it, offered as the basis wich the individuals of the United States may extravagant grantof Li 14th0i to Crozat, does u. yarer.Jimhopposition to the most, res- discussion 1,t '.- ha e,-nsa ofg .n from.an brit on ahi esor
ofa I 1 e to il t have against those of Spain, or against the not point out a. greater e t a r respect u a soppo sitio t the m ost r- s ,, ,, ,.. ,- a s tute t,., ,,,,, ,, i h t to i I ,.r aad ,
j ec t i n dc h i c u s t l r, n b e t w e ~ e n ti l e U n i te yd L a ~ S p a n i s h g o v e r n m e n t o n a n y o t h e r a c c o u n t f r o n t i e r s o f N e w M e x i c o -a n d o l l ', r S p 5 1 I cli B e t- t. ,11 o-n H,. .,d d ., .trnt o n Uhn gas ,i.n ,! a n d h, ,r l,- i:l :f hn a Idl n t r h a a nt o;h tf n d t
and 'ipare Iaic b-*en received and I:il before 11c United States will exonerate Spain tiements and possessions, which XtlIJ I.,.0, 'be- ind pdt,[1C:11.7 hateve may be the fire- iog bet e ., l ,,s .. I ,.. uc I t be regret- ti,,: e ,, it ,a [-,t." -f ,Uri n orfed 1 ,M to
the Pre:i, An ofben rcined States. I from all demands in future, on account of the fore the time that grant was made, and before -wisdom, and justice conspicuous in the ted by both. ,ggland, to be laid before the British govern-
an dir eted by him, to frbear entering abovementioned claims; and undertake to the famous expedition of La Salle. Keeping, laws of the United States, it is .1tL- ,:, o0-. As it was believe I this article could alone neut, was affixed the signature and approba-
mo yexcmnatio i th a et, ing i ke satisfaction for the same, to an aamout thcrlfr.f., i ie-Vthe truth offacts,and the im- torious thbatasystem ofpillage and agg-ression present a )li,., ... .. i...- ,Il, t,.i- e it; em a1ii or 6F. C. Lnengo, commandaFnt f Sl.
tincony amcerning th, l oorigin c not exceeding five e vemillionsof dollars. mtable .roiple;bfthings, and en-leaoring to b hass been organized in several ports of the thus eartnesti, ,l .i.. .I ,."-..:d,r,.rle, fanilr l ,y i-kl 1f s rit, ,,f .Ine.,,be ,-t. hewrote
paint all ternine Ierrit orie hurdern on- i To. asertn the full amount and aldity a, re cncile thin t.tb the i'ccrrea3u.d uniform'de- Union, againstthe vessels tad propCL .i 'Iftihe to present .u ..,' ....u `,1 ,-,-ef. 1.19i-- t.l in the I-,..t ,.i ir...- Id...,,n-.. I.l-tier to the
GuIaI, tOfMexicoJ ttewholecucrd intry r-,n those claims, aeommainsion, to con.-mt of three ;ireofrh, Ca.tthi..c Majesty to remove, on his Spanish nation; and it iseq,-h = I... all which the g I I ,I.---n' ..,I ith. [.,,jd ln,.. Governor Generalof the Havana, falsely pre-
ulu.led in th Fexicr, aOJ re olon anlry, in- cmmissioners shall be appointed by 1b' Pie- part, the obstacles that haveopposedtheamica- the legal pursuits hitherto instituted by his feltitself warrauted. ..,.i,i with its du- tending that the Americans were settling up-
cwhihd in the t ch ough ony roper Liatr .ident ofthe United btatea, by and with the ad. ble adjustment of all existing differences be- Jl,".,,:y's c.rn'l I, the courts of their res- ties to the i,., and interests of the nation, on their lands, within the Sp-,.i,, territory,
wicl yournatethougict properig of toh e United vilean cormentofthbeSenate, which commis- tween the two powers, as far as is consistentwith recndistrici, Lor its prevention, or there- toconcuie, at thosennquestionable ricl,t. o-. edrJilif up hiii.i for force min. them
Eiat to theyour noe.- .t reigiipp, oadl the wa-United : on til meet at Iashlngton, and within the the rb;hts .,- ligaity of his royal crown, Iwill .coery o0ie prpertv, whei brought into this accommodate tie wilesand toquiet rt,: ,i uiu. Ti., Irltei. .,, asserts, that its con-
ters flowieg into it; ipp and tn all the wa-rritories aeofthree ye- r hball receive, examine, appr,-mte m propose, as nearly ama de :":i- country, have been, and still are completely tensions ot your sovereign: But in yielding tentscwere sanctioned by the approbation of
tersfowigmtoit and to all the territories d decide upon the amount and validity of all e r tho, you hye made me, onthe unavailing. Tie artificit and evasions, by thus much, you were explicitly notified that the connandant of St. Marks.
watered by them, reminms as entire andun- paad cien th a ad aidio ao rt of your government. means of which the letter of the law has, on ;>,e -.. .-,I..., -.. I .. :,t d that upon your Arbuthuot wastakenby Gen. Ji..I.,, I -A1 i.
shaken by any thing now adduced by you, as clainscoing within the descriptions above T he first refers to the satisfaction due by the occasions, been constantly eluded awe cs.,-e ,..ll. only ..: i .... c ,l .
1 y a rt ) 1 l hin g w h 6 ,i h a d e v e r p r e c e d e d it in m n i n d n d t e S a i h g o v e r n m e n t U mi l d b a t .) ,:h C a ff w h c br i a it ty a n d tlo h is l k I,, I .: t v .. I i t P i id n m t o e A d t h S p isIb t e th e s e o c c a s io n a l b e e n c o n s t a n t ly e l u d e d a t e ,l,'c t i t ,,Ll: ,I I t1d ,i i t ,,J1,J (I .- O n ly tn,H..." ';. 1i ,, I 1,,%t ,, th .o-,-s ic,i h.11t,in.
led a cusr, ,whis.;iln had ever preceded it, s .hall furnish all such documents and elucida- uj.etl, .:io hequee Cothee i'.t-landtcap- sufficiently known, and even the combination I.0 .. I.,:m,,J .,1 Pl, hi-ldent, o0 a ioi I1, l,', ll,.,l,]-olt. .l., tl-. p,i.- was found
J1 I -tabhshdbheyondte power of fur tione as may be in their posessio for the ad- ,c or a,rto ofinterestsin persons who e wellknow n ti to this neociatiopnsatiisfactor) toboth aletterIot Comandant written shortly
controversy, nor could it answer any useful just"rrnt of the said clais, according to the in the Ftordas. You must be sensible that it is amongst whom are some holding public o&t- parties. bentor kth yllg fin 'hisfthenndg'iing bimnotice

ca.A re, t I -. U. .lintatetolt susceptible of l tand navigation of 1795 shall remain in losses and injuries by them sustained from the of- theatic documents deposed i the archives ountainoe cicc ePesiet
co ,rela tsJlit' -1, thetatitca etilecf Yurfifheropsitonisthsiteteeay oicetnd aracuarlhtoseOf isulauntains t a I rtk.:.. .. 'aerifilissextactd ii al-e o cresiderlll t)fi'tlu s ri-fy)tie".rkq" o"h aenc b
Tel a I ll.limts nd nvigtio of179 shll rmai inloses nd njures y tem ustine fro th of thati doumets dpostedin ilearcivesni, .auspu ru, i-ift Oonf, tle resdentpariciatinbi thpurposesbl poe ofsnAr o
In coanfining my attention to the proosi- force, in all and each of its articles, with the fliers andtroopsof the United Sttates. No prin- of this legation, exhibiting the number of pri- deetms it usels to .s> any fu.ler the at- bihno betrayed the. r.l l er
.h inngmy ateanton to fa prot- exception of that part of the 15th article ciplec-anb.'3u.Ju-.ru.]r:upportf'.:.'-justifytheh r- vateers or pirates fitted out in the United temrt to au .,,..-.-I- ... ,,tlhis object by [he ,_.... lts",.." oner di ,o ,% w..r'l%, n r
I a.,ica .,ohn.l-.r, aW tlb.riofelat which stipulates that the fJlag shall cover the.: ule procted.-c. of GE ner i.. kson iu Florida, States against Spain, and0 of the plizes t.,,.,IL,11 pree11t.et neociaon, la mterb re die- ,. I nah ,,r, J erefore direct- ., I
eFVC 11111 Fkay d~~~h~r proceednigi 5 "ell 'Ct ~~to state to YOU.tatt (bte ofrOf aulhne for I IfI l ut' pns _-f.1 ,iII. ,I1
I ilar..i ollfii. e ll aly ohwe proceerend la-pr-.-;, market. ",. b.j"y arf, l.ta .ir,P. of outrages un- by them into the ports of the Union, as e to stae to you. that e ofer of a ine fr whichrquiredso thithicka veilot mytery tocon
,z o Ib i~ t ,t ',t ~ e : e d r d tit e .r 1..,4 h 2 I t n h s c r c d nt d a d u k ow n h s o m s otho e s n o ot e o t to e h r w t
pntc.llit,e t &Ihe ..l L,a l r- be.o p rendered tak- re t, nd, 4th,21t, and the second clause precedentedand unknowninhistory. The Ame- as of those sent to other ports, together writh J.e westwvad bounddary, i,-,.:, to yon in. my. cealt themfiom detection,that tl ,.ir-f. cr .,. ,I(
nc..y thi golern..e.,,ntaon promuaptlyd t ofthe 22d articleof the treaty of 1795, have rican commander oa that occasion, as your go. the result of the claims made.by 6paiusih cn last letter, i, no longer obligatory upon tIlus be ,;,.i- rf,-, t ,-n t the I."""t .l 1, f.e.. -
en by thist government and communicated to received their entire xe.u, and vernment itself admits, acted contrary to the or- sulsi the scouts of this country.. Arnog government. co. r r .. u,.,t,. tl,.:In to paper .i.y
YOU, to estor1il lIIart..nc-, ant St.:r.e r n n i ders and instructions g iven to him. Public o- them you will fiud the cas bfthet.. r,. Reservug i .-. .1 l the iehl,. of the Unit- ... '..- ,.,.- cutreo .
III ,, l sii "In _, % ,per- a nu I,, er be row ,ideted e. t ell cba Itng i n oathe uiuataJ St'. t .:ha u nbitbrm ly re pro- t m u l ia, -%I. %.,; l. n.
^ ^^ V ^ ^ ^ o r eor ^ be n en er d no er tve y ~e ~ c ~ a w^ ^^^ships, the H oratio and the CJu ri zo r.,u !t, t N ed [ates to the aunc _: boundary of t no .m m ,a^ w1t, t.. I, "*;. ^,e, .n t tt Um -
suitdul) authorized by you, or otherwise by force, or havebeen rendered iii operative by bated these excesses, as well as all the specious shirs, te oatiodeaned thy fni ajesty .-1 dSae o ieDoln -_ .bunayo e's inst -trigta es; wtht ..... I. II,,t,- ,g ~~,-, r,-tse ia.
.1 York, and detained by 1w, Majesty's Consis~t tilcolony of Louisiana by lhe I 1e Lethe Stte -th... o..,;.IieU,71lidab
on. k, ,ver neni, to receive the m Y ou la ve sub sequent events. W whatever relates in them pretexts w ith w which lie has endeavored to gloss 055 a .. .. h w e. M e t c s c(b e co, ,Ise of I ie I rI .' .'o1t- ,1
,.e ll.t ,.l cl" the evidence itculpaing to limits, or to the navigation of the Missis- them over. The charges artfully produced a- there, on the ground of their havig" on deck Rio Bravo detl Notte, I am yel. authorized to h "I we e l t,-,1rt!;Lrl -, It
0w vernala oss f f1 1e a i o.es, ntonnly a ._ippi, ha bee ., i 1ed b% t ceion of against tht Sp- i tth c n..mniu ,lm.I ,,-..,.l,.i,.:r.r:, are thirty pieces ofcanuon, with their carriages, Conclude ,..u.I ,, l r .,r I i.,-s with yon up-
.g utulr n ghacioJld ca tat$ It .rt It [he Lou,.aDna to I',.t,.;e: nd th r ,-, th le Un,-' -:nrrely lr,...lou, ..Lre c.,lntlI,.act:1. .,,, the ada crew of one hundred and sixty mten .- on tie other ,,.; .l ,,f ....I.-r,.- ,1..,cI-, ..- taken prisoners by the Indians, nnder the influ-
.pItun Ill the (Il!edy fI'.."",, h, 1 Ih .b1ale, w nl the r.e.,.el.,,.a o t:Ic line between -.%.11 kto.. awn truth of facts, au 1 .1,. ,., mI~a decla- On which .occasion it was pretended tiat iL BU i t is proper, in the first instance, and in ence,and by the direction olf Arbuthnoto wrLA'
Spain was bound to restrain, bybrce the In- th U. S. andl Iri.mda, whiict, .ill 'vi be au- rations and statements of those same Spanish of- could out be proved that these guns were noT reference t thie first of the proposiions made ed by the Indiaus for torture, iM,.. .,.' r..-
diane iihin her tesiir C, ,C,- otinniitn nulled by the cessioni of Florida, which you ficers, so that, in every view of the case, the U- an article of commerce, and the nfiially put by yju on tthe 4tb( of last month, to correct oners to the custody of the. .... ". ,.1 ,rt Ii
h tliha[,.., -,ennt Ihe ninl d ^t, ., or th,. now propo ropose. I am authorized to agree to united St ,lt ,- ,,r- in i, ';.:. t .,un.,1,l.5 th I c .-.t so- to sea .'.I..-.l f1i 1, -" r l I. .,.Ihr ,. r, -r I ...... ...., : I ,. which youI ,:. t i., ; t, ',,,', .. ten ," I ,...... ,, .,,.I n, .I
cm /.en --, hu lovi die .t, ; p ,, ;, :ted i the confi(,,ation ,n, r.:rc gniGn..an fall there- lemon ,.bll.,t,,:, to inA' :at.,,-,,:t.,nu t,, the r ,,.r ul .. .., ,- ,,,, ,. : u .. ... ... .1 ... ,, ., ,. not warranted by any :.. ,, I. ,, -,,, r., .:,: by General Jackson.eap-
l1e I 1, h ,1, : 1 '." n tLelU ,i 'ri nI of th lr u at.:ti utill force, crown --,d -b., ..'*II ,z :F. lu, I.-1.r" thle etnd losses The ruiii,..r ,i pr. [..1. : ., -, p 1 i c* i o unm u icatif .i Whi, )ou have received from preach lo that place. They were, In fine, that
a. c. .*,_' ilmd th at I ., ;he rpn And to ascent to the exception, proposed by adi ,.g:o-. T,, 1 .i -nir.awt It Ie i and protected in the posts fthis Republic, as this Yovennt. Yn have ben inlormed St. Maks had, in substance, become an Indi;
iand onh c .. ,. U.e ot rti, of ,theal you, of part of the 15th article, to this extent ke manner, entitled to the fall amount of al well asof the Spanish prizes made by them, ,, I ,,. I ,,.. ., Gn. Jack- .... .- ....:.. .., .. i to such an
andenu collrted an re eiedbyete Uai d farexceed that ontaindVm3tiswiextentst;r.venue. collected and received... by...theUni ld-., .,,. 1. ",' ,I.'.,I,, .,, .1,. ,. .1.-t, su.ch an
pl.' b c d off e eia That, if hereafter, either of the contractingct te:, the a.nd t,:rn ,r, ,c l far exceeds that contained ,n the. with. lists; ,, .--.,, -.,.. ,,, .. t U. ., .. l. .,1.. "' '. ,h. .u1 ..1.,. ...)1 1-,, ,,,, ,. it.
forctn U. 'l a L dI,- a Il,t.1r. _, I'I L h,fI 1 II. 1 .1 al'he ,~ ,,n t i h .1, 1 %,, % (-.I' parties shall be at w ar -vitro a ti.ird party anJ lil,in i'at he --i.-Jprout c-r ncv-- ;.. lia ..v .,.,:,.- i~i,; ~ e' Ill '.. 1_ -.;l ,, t ,.I h -. -I -1,I, -.. b e |a l i t,Ie,;,4ad not ".eenI.-1. I A II,h%..J ...! I l, '._ .. : -,,ht ,".eI ,1.!.-:,"..l t e ,, Ip. I, I II P ,,.., .-[..-.
lu rce *J^ '7 ;* *^ ': -*lI I .. 1. Is I I t. av Is a sL I Io-" -.]luI ai- iI -I :rI -, I- --I .been I '', I.,,,,II -;,t at-li.e- I,-0i ,:b,,r:; n b er.;.1.11t .; ; ,-:I.-
-the t.. lctd .-;Irsa ,, .% it .gr. I thc ncc .Tye f tile other neutral, tile flag" of tile Enrtnttl hall reigil,n3of' t.,lAw.! i l ,, t' t1,17 ,,, ]... lt rtb fS ant n a e~at-1,, h I dl 1.Ide benity in h ism tr d, It i lnso; t ;.Ihe %er n t seoI.thso ofhe t p rhae atle t .!r
that occup,t, n, ;- npa. coverthe propertyofenemies,whoseg-. ru. M e,, ,,: t. Ia- l ,_of Spam to an tcquat, indemnity Is ijs nhlrucuous ; t,( they h ere unforeseen so- he'lto purc catle, to be rob-
lhemselv[ -a, w. ,:rt, tie ,, \. r _:.!u *!,e :.n n r r _,g h.: Ll, a e principal, and not r -cuut:; u.l th;.: ,oml wa lr,.,m tl.-. lt, n ,. rt for all the spoiations com m itttd by the e pr. ,,,, .. u,.. ,, ... .. t. -. I n f .,; ,.... : ,,.
S .L, .,... I .f tli i ,n ,,tdhe- e ol t1ir ofsothor ert .J ar wol,, t-,: (,. rutur( .J,..u,.,i i :llI vateers or pirates, on the crow n t,.[ .u r. ,.. .T _, i h ,.l... a,, -,l 1o h,r, 'll..-, n .* l..f .I..,: 1.
u vi r l..he -,,,H ..,I.I!,c :I" ral r L. ` .! h.,,., ,I, I.... I I~.,,.,. .I ol..', r
fu u ,',,I.1 l.e f l hrl l r (I i, ;, e, j % Ell 3 3 Y ,,r Il it h propGsilton ii inadmi ssitldet T he be h .pp,' t..r,-utr. butc r,,-lar a, ,. is p,.. ofH is C atholic M ajest% .. u,,.l-.I,, I t .ut 1 .,..,,. I ,, .... .. ,, ,..n a,-I,-i ls. "" : : ". .." c- 1 I : ..1ll
-- 1,b'ttt you g rrnen onyot poits.1 ,,.:: thhat hort '
li sel'sa...(.1 li1r h : 1 llfe id I r *, r1 ., U ni4OW-l ta'- dou1 01 lin w that am *ddall% u al to thi- .. tot is .. I.l tu,, t h-, H I .,hi *,I.,I, .-. : oIn suboisit toyour novernmentionly to.poin0 -. ,1, i ;- ,,.,, I ,..| i, .lai',ine! ; tha. these .1*-., I. .k pomss on of the rt ),
F p.;in rare ,unit Ill rI b-their redi. laws or declarations are necessary to secure fair -.uu, .,1 1i.- p,..I by the United States for all out the extreme necessity of putting an enid to me, isurt's were d!cted b, the hostile pir, It is to the artifices andi.nsfigationsIfr ,f i ...
ess o or heos o, the fulfilnenton the part of Spain, of her en- such damages, that all discussion may thus be these continued acts of hostihLuy a,), depreda- not of heAme,; an comnoader ..,-, "p ,,.. J 0.!not h .. .:.I%, ,: t, I.., I1..1I., I r-
In e tir to t he i;,( pos. ssi aId t.C osig gag'emnents in the treaty of 1195. Numerous speedily .] ua,,.I ui. 0,4) i.:.rm, ,:,i. tion, aeoI ..f, ,ni,,4 shortly these eo enormous a b t f he .. ..... :.,iri .)f.I .... ..I ",,J t.,,',: .I r ,,,. I, l ,n .
ctn sof -.h_ .th I.., ,qr e i.- i joa ly1ta1 lheircom piain uts a e b ne ot' the 1M. 1ccoud piop...,aIl hb -, .r(n admrll-,d by 1 i]I, i abuses and evils, by by the adoption l lnted Ia .. i .. rl,.r1.., ...,, ,I tLe Presi- the ,',., -.,,.:,. -- ,, ,, i- tI. I,,- ,I r .,in
e l o h l i .h | .2 : l'- a !.io n _ut e f it h a t t r eta t ) u n d e r tlh e a u t h o r it y y o u r g ,., ke l u ml l n h iW 1 1 1 t ,i F a .., h i 'c ,t t ,i ,irs t 1 ..q Ih hI fr l l -. I -i' L .- t ,, "i 1, I, r e t n e d i c s a s .i hi .!, c I I i _,. [ ., ,1 1 = S t a t e s b a d d i r e c te d t h a t t i le S e m o h m ~le l u d i ,a n s I.. 5 b e e ndu e But fo~r
..e ule-tlu.. of any stipulation on the l n bat treat, under -e uhority yourg.. nr, n hi m. ll.., .,... .,, r disaswi ., .- .,.taes ad directed that the Semniole ludians h been due. BIt.for
subject of this first proposition, is further de- ol f..in, lbc\ con-det te Spaisih goern- all >;rsons nn.1 s'les rot lards, made by his ,a- putit out of the power ffcupidny or ingenui- ,.,-. r. .1 ..i in nostlly to the U. States, themb, it would usdoubte.li, iO.-, f, 1, .e.i Ir.
mnnstafed by the nature, of .the s e nd nm t luiiv comnpelent to make eiparalion foru tholic AM .1",,i or by lawful Spanish authori- ty to defeat or elude them. In vait w>oulid we of ttose ',. .. i, officers f mishbe by G oue- ed. If no dnert proof >. ,: ,| ,,1 -, .i.
Wh t u aTib ounce n ature f te s on, Ihe om. a lo..cueIre thf faithful ob_-rivace of ties, in the Floridas, from the year 1802 to endeavor amoica .- .,h, -,., .- .... ,- ral ...i. should embdied and p[.ie-V. -, r.. -..- ,..r- ,.F '-,.acola. ."I' ... ". I I ,he
n1 ilh propu rI an d un e i fi s ly il c ,1" is.ent ire-gaiemefit n .uturew.lhuo t new lawi the pre tint -hD'll be null and void. To this ,I ,- ..i 1.1 ; aI.l'.11 '. 1 ,. ; t. ', *. ed to tbe gov rtI.ent of his ( ., i,-I a:. ,, io .. ... '.*.. -. i \i ,,I,,.,.I .... ._, ,
3 m- n l -and re f t'e JllO ,. T d'.'1. or I laiai,;nw. Nor areile) an-la e of an, mo.,di.lo ,n,a, n absolute sense, I cannot .... ,. .,., *.. I. ., -I.1 withl i ademand that the mu conduct o l hose : ,, .' ... 1 I.. I, ,...
oftbismeaue bnr 11 nece ril/i rlneoeal l wV.gue or nrbi ar, imerpietA.tito t any of assent, inansmuch as it is offensive to the dig- two natioi.s, if t. : 1" .. ..* 1.. I.ticerIs bii.Id I-B suiaidy puiihcild have has been prduced of his having ailed, assisted
c tauseof cnteat i,'e n ec ,:,iy o trm1ae c lI theportsofthis Union, by which, contrary nityand imprescriptible rights of the crown and the course of theschostihti.s and piracie .. .,., 1..... l.. ., 1l thi i,, and ...11 1 ', I..: .,.;. ...Ii ,. ,, ;,,. ,. II., ,:
au of c ti don et e lle- c..a ract nge (to he i o e -n, io,-, or to the stipulations of of Spain, which, the legitimate owner of on the com merce and ,, ;.. ,.. .u -, ,, a.. ,... .,,..., ,._.. ,0. ,1... ie. ,-, n. .. 1... trli o.*_- ,",, e.. r-.r .... ',,....., ,,, u.t-I
ar,'t,.I, r dl 1 ae %t o tE I hn,,Z m. ,:i (ntal e h the t1casv ofl7' 3 the law i eluded. T he in- boll, 1 lorda,1i ha, a lh I I )dt po.-P e of li:,. .I ,.h,-,l ,- h, her etofore, ( ,a.,I ... ..... I .'- r,-i IL I- .. 1 I ,J., 0 .... tl, I, %, ,..r I ,,i 1. !,." "1 ..I. ... -i l Ir.1. tL. F.:,,. l .I t l ..:
h-- ito, u id be o r tr lene l a t e. tal on o r co nn iructiut n g en to the stip- land- a ple.. -ed ; and l, u Lti the said i in the U united Slates. i .. .. 1 .. .I. ..4I l .. ,. ,P.i ,.: .Oi ... .. ,.l ie i .l [l..' f.. .. ..., r.. .I hy hI;s,
.th', t nou i be nr- ^"^ *?lu'us to ulations of the treaty of 1795, s, ihin Lie Uni. m..di,.0it.l.n would ie. producer 1of incalcu- doumtnents now enclosed, and the reflections charges against Don Jse ,T .s.... Go,:U or of eP-g I.-gmy :-. ..,.
itlate for restoring then. te in. i e tedStates, are subject o the decissionsof the lable injury to the bona fide possessors, who uggd by thle vry nature and state of resacola, and Don lra, ., t T., ... the impe lments -oppo .- i., i...1. .It : r.. .
I. ,rr, v I eCa ry byvwhtich Ithey a re to he ,,?ded in it tdDnFal--",T..I..teSaesaesujcckheeisa
full Iey re.- o he n*e t judicial tribunals of the U united States, u ho have acquired, settled, and improved these i.i,, il ,. i d, nt d -, w h- e ,i .f toassent com ma. ,,,, ., I .i. .M -,i i .., I .I !- -IA ..I"-, ." ", I. .. '*., ,'I.....-r1r-
so e e z i ..,I p iYa e ie n t s. I ,1 ,'1 li, I -',-,.,,. l J .1ni L..t -Il. It,-
fi. :. Ne' niter,.1 .u.. t u Lin.jb,[eo are ,outuds e ,n-, i 1,, l treaties a3 the .u. tl act- of I, i7 Le .r ent ol'what I caI.,,: .. I. 'i .. .. .. .o' .t.-,1. ndI as the ed to ti$. '..... i .... in ,^ ,-.. Z, .r .r ae o ,-I C I
alLli n"e i "st t E E1 1 .- I, I-, ,J' It... 7 I -I I .Ir -f I..'.1 -_ %.- I.. v-q .,f' r. t
rI. a pl Ih. o h ,d u t .- prerne .. l v ot the J.ad. Their proceedings gree 1, "I, t'l...t thle [:tl gruts mtade i.; I. I, ..,, ,. ,,ow in sessiotU, 1 feel assured, Spain, v;uth nt rnlcuous t.- I l i. l I,, II i I,, ,I. i -,,r hy the article of the ca.-
ti e. ,In 1 .at l i-r 1 l *I are all public, and their decov upon all mnije (. in the Floridas, since the 24th Janu- that the proper opportu ioty is aflrded Ifor the yo,urgovernment, aind tocalil for their just ani- lc r u,, ,' ,.l n, I.,c .- -I, ed in 1is favor.--
cla'im. an those of their citizens, forel -,n questions ol interpretation are recorded and ar3 13t, (he dale of an my first note, aunounc- adoption of the necessary measures I have al- madversio upon tile violation, by I,,... ,I. '- I I, "' -, P ,
cann banh tou e u .atn- thrcem and lo, ,leo- iub.i-h.,d,. thi here i urely nothinging i ; nat M^a-'n va llngness .0 ocede them to luded to, and which 1 solicit, as an essential cers, ofthesolerna engagements of theircoua- I ia '.,,' .' ,., ,, e..c.. J-;' ,. ,,
.JIb~iII d. f, I& her k 4ur h: I ,,:.,-:. ,p, tt.J. 1 -, ;, 11,_n.,col,,up-., I.. a. J. k
,:, t ao, ct.r t,. .r._ ,let.thc a ue.-,r,thirarb1u -nollDbn requiringnerwlat, t,. United Male, (.the said grants having b ,i, -f ecuringo and maintaining a ., -ul ,I try tothe Iuited tats. 'II_ t ,, .. ,there t
t ,s, ll lo 1 1-J. -L il In.otc 1 ,I orflI ot-01 '[lie r...y comprl.ian -hitr been m ,.,d with a vi.. to promote population, ;,i ,d::.l, and good i,-1,!'., ,,,Jd,,,,, between After a full and deliberate examination of n .. I.l, ::, n.gociations of tile
kbeeb n o.:nek h )i-he, .r.d, o 1,. e,,ut ,n te re culItivation, and itndati ,al ote. e.. with a view theh i twonaions. I pof t s I I : a t
in Spati, to your government, that ,al the I,tn hlo alleged transactions in our ports, oI alienating" the,. 1 lell be declared null 5" seventh proposal hav g- ikewise been these proofs, r de ,theb cle oProewt t,. .._ .urna. Th at-

c f l h e U n k .1 a t e s a n d t r c i ti n- m a t i o n s i n t h e t r e a t y o f t h e c i o w n o f S p a is a n d t h o s e o f t h e U n i t e d t u.i .- r l l i 'i .:.p i-- r l ib, .,1 1 ; n, .[.. d h y s u c h t ,, I h l. I r T h at* .
ti,, ..'I r ._c 1ar b. eutIiguof Cec on oftheFlo a i Acceding, ,.i, far a- it pgA a i e fot a epeb,,, n-r,,I r cnnt,.ror n or treto.. .,. "', .W1. 'r. ,I : ..t, L ,II -. I I, ..h u ,, o : l,.,, ythria
"n .1 b 3 I,I -i -yo,, r t O;--Ia I e a.iI It"b, l th!de p l .r Co o fh a nt'fI ] L o l 0 i ,,reT e_ ,b le ssi nint l" io en o d Ie- -e- I ,_ ,;i' ,111 *,_.,I IT ,,C-,_ o f'-, L ': I- 1 .t I rr.m n d t oe
Ik.r by 3.n ~ .l~e [ ,t ,n th r. ofIh tcI T,1 il~ .1Is 'sln trbinbi:nt, ([. h .i.3 t"I'~", .1 I it,i nodified,ahonlid he'i ia- aeStle- 0on Florida ihas, for several years past, becen escape froin Pensacola on(lie everyday it was
eritwi~ uh.,nl br. E. (: !, o. d hIW r ."Ca:ll L Mey Tr -Jt ot t rn tecse ~ third proposal ricters to the boundary greed to by .jOUr gOvel-nnnt, I ,am ready tovsies ,.,',,.',,.trtohetaatd tenbGnraJtcsnispodby.,

..;., *P b *,1,h al ,, ^e end ll 1-l-r--i tl lsal lands from which the ir di-le w ell undertaketo p i siu n t e,to overlents, and in avoediD ,stkc the Caract ,.. .. ., ,
I Jnal til enhsI- rmt4,u: .n- -,"e *,, tf i tII[,,l ll II ,,e ,l ,dr e tstscopeefthe t'seethe-e hrpo s, on ,,, 1. ., lamuc tabefai hre of- ''I .I- ,I .. Ia r- n I rI: ,..,t h, A. bI in,
of the n.l]S -, c ropoand y ou-thI -I.I, et U td Sale m il her ef iIt t. inthetreuty. I ofthe a own of Spain and those of the United t. _I,, [I, p.-,prfia,,.'. I osn ,.- l,-d ysuch ti an ltht h., -.4 er f'. I.s, o% !ts. :l fo nd ;i .,.seql-. of cc pin %,e p. I,.. o. rt irl
",e-:am fic From tht i.3 Carttl ,u. na ma-,yt tiu f e e ,in oft eo S te" Acce ding, rib far as i -, [..,;.ble for mtwer,, '11l -tig,,in f-mt,_river and ofiiiii,-u'sill --if 1 .- ,'., .. t,. I".. I. I ], -III, 1 .-! 1: -,_- L ,- 1 :,,I 4.- tI .,, :tok1s co b h e

c, '.a". ,Ith--I f F ,r ...., c ,.soh et e t tittll rbef iu eP, br; ..by ,3nd. ,, to n edieasn and I sran,,il tahote ,I"h4ee ltaInr op "e s',od ficayou l. 1p ,.,.,11 ru do i IJ, e '.ate,-: ,,I, lr bqy wat It O n ,ti ,st __,:.n- t ,-. 1 h.- !,-11-1 t e cttzer l s of the U lite.. eniegin t hi e.ent o' his not Sedil

Piorzad'lo t oll ii r. ':, ii tr .'s r E-L, I a ai ^-'-*'^ c.I'o e a1 -- ur ..o.l th (Hed e r. sttri n, the l te "u:n ofl .is. *tha, ,,.<,ui g onl ,c rat-r._ .r-11.10 ) Iaol the a o t.ir, that six nrco t-,I I.,':. %,,! wIa t. F .araJ I h a tied n
ba. l c:tono th :n t~lh se~tn m ,ll .. e s. e c i II..ncly t.te and of their .,- ann d withe a vie tln ,fb onf ,1, n ui ne | l_ t he- I,-d n to: ui ,, hil trhe, ,t ab '*:-, td l', a i u ,n aa eort-.., afer ,lo n wino o te a u dr frs c a ,c or id ,tori st ,e crown l.

i~n c.,f ,-.i rihr,.,tor,, bel ,: to the ,1-. -'-*- u .>.-r.I o I u. -m^ .a ,,.j,,l ,:J reco lu i.->'.sho> ce,.l o ,, to t ,n Pa ific Oce n ,r, e govediern fen.t.. i n theud6. r.epent ng t a on bad itptis lair of e bu on uper by a~ shi: i.pain- shiour ,ylo. ind m ify ;them f thevextrop
G.u. n. m c rlu _,noe :.rh 1," ;. rIed u u J ZeIn:.. ; n.3 ] ailrac understood that Sann addtional pil er:,"awf of, rem ove ex- blessing-cof pe e ane go o ufo ao,,ha b,, d',. _ae- h wa c ao onrd t? o l.,i,, .,r eo ,b.- a ved t en cone o hisa g resfsa, o. i.- .rb r

:r~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~e~~~~~ 'IV h0u of theJ late will-" uelmnk lepy o U unmtle :.1byh( U n te Ia -.1 ..n1g, th -I1b p ot co ,l .anbdc dad t t e w st .isa.cgg r.e os iio Snsh. o1oth sarI hch -, .a ... .
E t, Ll .,.0 111;o flvIt-I I "rlr as -resh mayu de,,I."e.. Jue d pntroper unb t1e terr tory.'3.n tothe k. ir ulihed aane. t rih .u0 .k l n.inu u, b.., w,, c h I otoer c *wi th -" the .,.1 h preo preved T reen uecol letod,, n the plac-
o -r' ..Ii iirt ( .- r t~ llh-...eo .. t t ul l- i ota r |.iropIi, i Ti.c.ig n lI ad d re!:Ihni e l- ue la o tundertaketoa, h it l I C Lr 11. b ut I- h %,0 'i nern ie n shise ta te tiaueots, and in avo I, .- t t sng o cU ied S A r i a e

Ah'o -i i :. ie T-1.1 w b a r.i o. f ,.1 lani, :1 ..d.. oi I ,1 c.,poit'rntlsof issue1, b lell e n i uhe lw- i ne the MHitl i aij, a .i t. _l I ..l, ai..oIidnko ntil an o os atr tli est misief rh se l at io.s :.to I that '..ject As toe crIe1- tow o!
in tlu..- ..u.r ,-la.!sir.- to b o t the., r-r .ua re- e nsu1 eny, c anno term. I ".' ill t li-- tIli be i ;t rSc.a.b [0 le Of ac b fc Oc lan, a. e nt of ni.. l lrp, n d, it IL Irl b,. L ( 1.1i1.111d.eIsoodto I. ba n ,it Iha ,erob l cpa L ,.ii :. iobabjtants;te.pi should .. cem for- bo_ cjat
s -l ""en, h 'it,:..-.,, l." h ih..,,I a l, ,n. Jand. 'o "r to t ,,., dFrom fo nm c hu ei. bou,, l."r, r JaS i.,n ,d ad ju t p..he -r'i rnt.' ct im ..ith. p rn.. d i ox e sL- minatt ot ,, "; .. fi .,.n i .. I st. t h ho d and ractooer c, cur p ll.d- ih.a ;n., n. l.-t .,f l,_ ,a', .
,.r .m.l (.. ..I r ,l.... hl. ,e 1 %I r vo.I: tile i .. uro nenal.0f -I ,.)i da b s e. mme nil e i t' o pottcr inb, tHo rI h.. I. 'l*, el e rI 1e. bl. c at d au b.h e. e sti ,1 t '. an ,,Li o l a ts o of this undeared which,,- hat p r ,ni- th ,,

_fdi. I *...sailor State wi.tll *, ,-l.... 11 1'I o l e -I 0..a tn,.li; jt .h I-;. i1i}. Uto e c .-f. m r eyu mtin o byn "* !-T% 0 "El If .11.4rX IC*, 00,...iditIOTproposl ti t rju1c1.on ,s1,1 Va.son -? D, f p e i t. The- revn u e c l etedm1 i Ou0d I1espio ac ri-
6h 'l .,t?, emaslttebeasetd orek,9.d.l),n o!InpeU;1tn. aion to tFran,,e foiliie line proposed by you hAirfaldl e nnth fioratI flatter nitJ 1-L-ta,I by what I have just fw ileh esoationg-hfb b .,uAnr yg-ooitas -wI ,, fonand. h imslf of I.of'n Stp pc a tein

ofI t..e .,.:e l t .-1.. Istie.a. ,-hit i am n- b. f te pe t sat is suth ao he Utiated. Co n- l b n, the point a where itoil. l ,i tn op, r e nr for o, submitted, iiva e vo .pe.,,i,. mtr I hall the a Ir., -or e ?;s Nay%,o ,I t m obt I.riiqps i tman dbf. ,a t, ,oss..s r., i uries te.
b) !oI..-. w pr : e't.I, i,.I ste a ;.of it ,,. a-'. f l In s bI-.t?:. it,,tc-nFrnc.ata Cnd-tn the (RedT river. till it strike, theerMi ; .s3ur dad. hoas t1 a t they k ilbe accepI_' Ili(r ,ov~ h im to obey-u e aan and that,r16 -: ,.-- -.--o fAme i- n yo.. I.1,, 11: Ih t-1. ':, (.;m -,,' would ha er

*;.,I .)in. I I, l i *: Un l on, l,:i .r .- a d_.r,. l .,,,i cannotG t erm inatei .v ui e -i- olm e... L i i,,,>e i poJb uff tte, ra. net of th-s p o fnt, rt i r *u.- therstood e n atio A neric t ', .*o t I, b1era v a...s 1ponvte |.i.ications to athe
tos s. .rn la o p i i. ,-,0 [ n. it[ ,.v r ,, ,l J t he i-,-,' I.n i-l ,i i i the alrongn u an e t l| d.-exte-nd ipo,.he ce. along cile ltheto, oe: ., ln ,.. p h a inma idd l" e nl tas- alind? oI. -t--. h e i n. Fra.,e ,- n ,sr. .| o1 s d e, as r .l an o o r be isofr -

It ~isiKr beiened ht hsliowngIe said prenle l P'cdhehlerl O HN po Q UNCY ADAMSi. proosa f~ -n or lhe: ajsmnto f bo.,arl w,, in l bu ian *hc fodrt.>lunaelyucl ..e, asho ld otel ad they even~s. cunni :;,nd. heian d to f d epa fro-m ihecncrin tobih ouiae.nte
of a~tu !,. ,l l ., o ;i l, cu ,' 11u bleresuit ; on 3. the l pa -rzto t ih nio St.::.aties, n ri.(f-r.. l eo (l,- i I,.au Laui t f- A C: l 111 k."' Lv :- 1and1 -11er pe11 1-. I`,A 111 Ive *h ^ c ~ y o i. so Iuc a qu r ,l ... .. I tri ly. th Gnc r ow s05e t
...a la called upon ov Gea er i llci- t *oabre rit uder '., to1r

appointment of ... -ii, for -!,; I, Dn Luisde Onis to. he Secretarvof State e attended ll nJl,.ul h., r. residentstilinsists on those which you comand ,". i o ., ,.^ ludes, I am nt awareofany insuperable .

1,T ..11 pr...' i..;!t I -.. ,. **,.;r- : unless ic h.'' I .r r w;.im ar t]...v. A Osy ca Is31- ri.'-sl lur cei.ir nmenp, a, ntanr. c .l d i as well as on tIle peremtptory Florida, and i herfh uia n ti.li. i. li a .,: jfur stable to our wohing c ;o an agree, meant upon1
lla ~f., ,,: tte r ,,t ot I,,. li.,l .I ... l,:. ue, hat Sp in ma availhei'slfof i in sch lyig to l~e rLi,,a thtt tSpUnitdmatyea.vail he',,lyiagd to ,,irederi- t,: and iaoe theandnaited order fromfin Clvernor-,i, Ld inconsen-eireof ths f,,I_.?,l,, tn.;. r

.hepur,--.S-.. r in-r h Iii t e irii. ** pot i- I,- *;- I. -... Iiri i sc -ly p .., | iiy an,, .. |- mr ilia:.I[FCIherenuicti-i.ii.-b boGllgurern- derlantsunl init neither ioey, nor the iaocu- t c wi te ldi us- By w ose lice s ,130 them. Shouldyourinstructionsa hi.riseyof
m- .i .'r.-l'..lp,..I | ,.. 32, :...rl., a!l 31stof Octoiber last, which you addressed tome,r nfit- .nd uriu,. ur -ll cl.iin. for spoliatious enentswhich Iave offered to produce in sup- o, permission? It has not been tht custom io waive no furll]r consideration of the two
the line hhecedue north, to the Red River order a your government, in answer tmie respectively su othered by lfther ofathe two pow- otthlie sovereignty olf te crow t.- pain pain to allow the subjects of for'n po- parties, ,ason which entitle have now conununica-l
-and the point- '.ofliiud ,r.3, J, ofth24tofth m..- I r- er, of ...ir ubjcl, inII ( -.-,.rning o' l t territory cimed by the Uited s irde upon her coloia passions, led to you the na determination o the Pesi-
o.! lwli. d...tt :i, ,.,,-, .,,r ',, 1 ,lI,..1 nr, t-o ceive thatyou,. ..- ren. thu i r'o..ieo ..-n 1 .-., it roi-ead r ie h,. admilled bte ext"'*, of ,, thathe di.ch sse ,the only dis- taed more han one. American cilizen is artl Jeit,,and to proceed in the discussion of t-e

!.. ,-t.l .:s ani -::.i i a I li,.. I v ....I ill ders-ot totafke nt. rm.ltrklt,-.il l, olf it, -o <..urgIvrerneu(, i |,-j exccltionol ,uPt t ""11 killne isto requestotathe is somentpining in ti, ,' .. of Spain rest, Ishallbe happy -o nfertith youver.
r ;:: -::b 'n) I ll & agrondon.W;I,,r lh, o|,- i l.e. rnlo.i,,.l claims as Amenican ci.hdetus m ay have on the te lll totsaan aalarrL.,t of hI.y sover,-I gn, that ,andent set his s t upong ohenr soil. f Liuly cuncding d herngl, that the crwn as may it

b. 1. .: 'LS te s w ill e .* to b e p ro p o ^ t o i soe r ,y o eie te r r ito ri s na d s u b .ec ts o f H is C a th o lic M a ie s ty o r o n th e tx ie n g o t-atio ,din it a c tu a l ata te m a y b e u b o e p e r m issio n th e n w a s A r bb ai n o t a- -. o u r c o n vei s.o... .l.it .r t h e e x p iiort e a n s w e r
salt atr :th ie I m u b,,, ; part es shall -itm I.. t.. y ^f .t. if .E I .,ni.h .; d.,um ,..nl, ,,J n ich ve n,, heca mlteb n ow a ne r n Co n g 'es t x ,ow ed to inlerin ddle in the -ov;,c ? lF i."' iven y m ... ... l th M arch ast, to ,
in L.fe: id... riv r, to be long to the or ,tv.c -z 1 o' I. I t.,t *: ",nvo .:,' f r o c- luJ 1 | :. lleth tUo.i .en .laifi Oe u e th -,-t I 1- ;. 'pl', i u d of. h caes, Iwtdaeven hadi bee n b oz r in u ,1 b a, ., a r proph in dof referring them differences

" 'Lh "**,,i.i, n ..or al.,a....~leal;,> r,--. ', i ,, 1..d ., j"-.* i.y Iline.... crne tldl"" L.' -~' united Lv it. ,,or their Minister atthecourt of ,ro~disI J1,'tc '''0 ^" o ur ertou ayses, ri ocent^ tradewfith th .indiian-s ? Hadhle a !- tH-eenonr goveiiuent- s to the nmediaiion of
I ceiveserfa ne k ch o herpun el l, tion to h.thh Unie' State wiet, uj. .-( ..e llu, S'n eeds, by itsm ide hesitation in assenting to draw the line, from the point mentioned n" ier o ad eo f elaI it ls Id Gea Brtai andi lle reasons (tre assigned

treaty, it beinig- alway- understood that a.l! and clalaus repose on a bases as solid and as ven- "thisexception ; but it should be made recipro. at.,.,lir M setvhryii n.T sl.v Governors of Florida to explain, by wvhomn, fur ; .*., .. that overture, the of fer wtiicf
g r a .n-d ,i .. .. ] 1 i o f t h e te r r ito r ie s to e l a b le a s t h a t w h ic h c a n b e p reSiitce l bd n o r t h' i'r z ,b j e c t o,..h e C M II .I l o.o, is o m e w h a t '1 p t o b a o t a n d u p o n w h a t m o u i r l 'o n l l r |i *i i -. .1 ..' -
tbe o n ,' : .; ..,I. .i t .d 1m, d e.tJ -dt,, lt.Lh t..) most.equitable government ..c t,,:, 1 :i,. tay be entitled o ujcyin on .'.m1rm r d ad and pt t,.s u i- n *l- ( i Red River Rio o o oew a i n t, it an fs..a g ,' t d : -a r ... .e. e to he x e Ih he
.a. e ,h a t *, r i,. i. I .I ,,, l ,, strat.. 1 6. .. '- kr .-I..., to t h, t ,n ,, ii ,- ,. ,Ions, or on ( ,e got ernimen. ol n e dintl I h l, vc on a lg bliuidad)p to the fes ''' ith I.. : ** ,_ h 1 t d l and to have been conpl led(I) ,,as not ;,* be expecte,.,.I -
and ...- n. Jai I ...eaio, e n.a ptt .. t posse :. i.I.:..J -..- *'. ni[,,en. 11 my duty, were Sl'thiI- .rates, and which t b r. not yet been prese- .rut& I.1 h o u w m ,c a e tolit e onthe laws of SpanIT ,, ,., impuit,. Bu in- a fAs yon Ithiavs wear, hi ,,u ht proper to,. ,
le," anced n n my trmer notes to you on this head. of S-tlate, or to his Minister near e.,ti.- L m[.t .3 Ieri o thse renewed assurances of ady res- Itot.r He was there to sian.ul-e, as well note f the gr(v ; u as :oe which it is ..*l* .1:'
) .T..'' ." ..'f "cases of i.]i,.. i, iJ'>:J.] fo r t t' *il-ev..hem.. 'hr:o n.,- u '. 0t.trovcr- i b, S[, I, c. ld lyb rm',p '- f.i i line il-J .1 n. Go Indians of Ftorida a Ihhe ..-e outlaws if you do noL feel yoati:hf at liberIy to -
by t',e a.Ive4tIJn af .- .., t z l.: .- H.? 7n- 1 Ir..L -* ;.np..,i,! l h'.:ull, a.iJ'ni lie mod ca ecre y m *t -. ,ro the Creek nation amatg t. em, o .war a- efl the agaciaiPier f.a i te rmn s herialie

. To aiicats oflaims on amount ochap- uiversal justice. It is imposile to reject have suggested. t r. ,''-peraest the Utiitrd S ines. w wS goaditin proetedt potponin t.e -.r *,- relat. ve t,
tures t..y FrecIi pri"atc:rs, aud condemnato t l.. '1P.. them without *, l ;.... ..,n,.i .m Nor.o I t.-t- difficulty in Trsino-to .." ing".o 16t-, Nov' 1"r18t o hem by ihe absu. d preesce, ab?. (he n;l.ntedni wmlwhe'hto.le li ny.ad to ,ueiate tr. siac-
.s...I.n -.. .cheoncelt, within the territorial uhnhc ti, wehl do suh a d he rodJr n.or t h nohf T .Seretar' ut.. o e totDonLea deOngs ,a es sere bound, byh tdeat fro Lt to ion .n a,. h be ready, your cor
f -.ros, Tt'n.,o ofreots a rt the e d.. .orts, e. T r ,.nI, I.re'.betd,% I o de u, r,01' pers oeerm TATE gth e p to thay .d" the Lds l,-n the burderr v.n ,ce,. to -.'x-th.g tnl. ( g .cat

E6 T-..-iA" ,..,,.1, .rNso 1-,....;2 ,. .I. a'^r.Iall d t r -- n.-lo ulwbu:Maloremed t abueandvo 1A^GTO.30lb ov 1818.- of thel-ied States, w.chlad be ced., uonsof lheconve,,i ot.,,u|deefe.2" ...ri,,,- d dI,. uI empi. t ill rr e rix ,ad r i I .O, List:rn .a .. .
a'; f ,- .- 1,- i.lI n .I.% '.1 dl ,, I all dp ; I.- ral- I., i J.. .ary to ,the .- ro ".rd. i ,or I. I, lem 3d ,pot '-illn a ~e 1 .) lt 11-1.il n]t e l hll'Iff- hope tha l ey 'l( h L'/'II...:.cep-d.1 I I...,.! If~obe the law stant d 1r s ., i. tt en.. l, 1- I in o ri- t..}.,.ens c l, .'f21hasctbeen r nd yolure
te b: rl Io.,n id; ,0 ":1 : ln,-r -)
,,n, t h.,m- of f; 4 fir .- pai..J ,, ;.;,n.!,d ,J as,.,.n.of 3 1-,a'co il, 00, L- d tI formcte i ietd a t fS ai nfansf ilitd atII es a s atinc aths? iarfr u dit: Alexa de ar z thint, 8;oposed, at inj ry a r. .t I -ilas to thc-r.1bI.,them,
Itq ..btie iatli in il e d r t o i -eI, -ilr elc,:f all. & U iN i ADA p.r oposaIt! II -,li Lfo th ad st e t fb ndreswili bu. ;,, T11If .; nr. natly.tey!sould not.a.dpheIa- r o ,..t', '.t, -,.... chI Ina d -f pwrerp- asoo] sn I otow'oh eerlstyn te n
_ki ,0 he cef. ow ng th.sidp-,J' I i...hdor, heteral "le.if ucadesr' yIl:.V --Ii is Ili! os t,--d aof ,, n m n.e lcmo oton ., tntit aL-w)areos loely a heyeennsiuperto dep rtbrne'Lie.ibe.I-

I'ar ..-.lo:d, t:I.I -n00lations, ,rveelteIoth e;oicUodS exemplesilf ,ih ,nSwhir t, I have offered thnor o prodnceiing s,- o.r py.he arepo i, ionn te ths ,iothey n sth ensre q ir em he urth -e-I1reo crastiog, o f tet

thsiI.nti.t piningI--n. ,I-II-I,,,.-I..Ipr., an pS cain rest, I shallic e tiappyatrs e th,.ae- I-Ifh yOtb r a d.

Ou2 I a ,y h rsnh bfreth ret o G8n0w
2. d~kisputab .le rgto h nte ttst h rpi.e- .a-ve-occurred-,---dI- r- tprt fthsReu1 letter of the Ie.th i, u- t, and am directed by t hs beforto the treaty of Ghenof my be w
w al, Clims f ciizen of heU-Miss~s~pi; tI al tie W,( e.V it, te prlouidcuttreeichcy u
Faeds.nlas~aonth gverumfeut Of -is adt ll tile territory -u..2 .e .given tber~eig to piratical and pswiteei ing ar. YOU berm le'ru nedin my letter of the dians, 0w' rmi01 h" tON QUINCY .0"' 1