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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: March 21, 1820
Publication Date: 1804-1867
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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, ..-. --.-- -- -7 -m'F -adhiloonll stimo t, : to their opposition. The are bound to protect, as we.hi I ; t-, -' *'-'., Imr. "I 1. t,_.; sustained by arrive iere in the d6urse'of the precF at month;-
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S, . I .. t.. Ii s th expected .1. i price . : .. .... ... ..I : is limited to I SEN ATE..
., 1 1 .,, ,,,. kini ufheture:. It would not long puI. e thy I *- .. I- II ..J.n. I I -I t I 1.:tt O justice. The wrong . ..I.1. A arch 13.
N ew 'k st to re- dI scermnc ltII account for their i in giv- 'J .lI ....... -. ll .; ...'.t i 11 1 l .., ..... .. tained B. ll intodu eda ill to app rtion the
3 w y.T n .; ., ,n ,id .. ste o re,^ ,| ; e to ti'. a.'t ri !uhul' af 1 *.,u,.. ... .. 1,t[ ,. : ._ti ,. l.. l b> i ,, .. u,,j ; !- 11,,. Mi, if -,r., ,. ,! t .,,,, ,., ratify the r. I'-,,.: th" > Krstd a b .Fl ... a..[,u_ th
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v r 1 ,,, I ,r "I ..,I ,. r .. .. ., as to l 's i I ,. .' ., .. 1. '..i I 1 .'. ,' .. I I;,I W,. ..,1,,ance ofthe engaaIe n nt as 1 ..-.1" ... I 1 l, y read and passed toi
,u ., 1 7 .. ,: c ., .".' .' ". I I .,:ncItheyL ay ie eto thbgr owti mistake. T- ,',- list year were but 7 p!. ...." '- ,..n caA accomplish it, and to in- ,, ,' .-al
's. "* i :i .. ** o f pui i Iucular countries. And although tobacco cent.; t-.. l .,..0 ..i '. ., p,.; i, '.i, n. :Iture of tie dm i fy tlcmsetlves for .!l i. ,.....,_ ,. ..Ir- ';. .. laid o the tab
., ( ,, _.; .: .I ; *', .... to thIe service-.- is raised iu many p i 'ts (fo- instant:e, of the property, that the stock ought to produce 27 per; gas incident to the necessity of using compulsioun. ,,,1, .i. ,.,, ,,,= i h ,.. who shall lh'. i t.i.r eII..
S .... ,, .i . : ,. additional ,..,- I ....... I,.. .. I, r(;-at ; un linda tioi, btill on examining the .ikitish tariff o" 18i9, clusien Mr. U. said that if the committee would act of ratification, and therefore camnot make the 'ate. ,
.ith i "nairing that subordinatiou iich is s, cIent r' than it is on tobacco uf the growth or tax, and ,l .. I 1,,,. with which it is viewed ,.* ,, '.,1 .1.1. ],, ,, doing, take that which the old, That the .cretary t r .
Ss:.e-ftialt our naval service.. prnohlition of the U..nit.'d States of A ng, :ica.-- abroad, and the ill will of our sister states, he treaty, ifperfect, would have bound Spain to do- c use tobt commIniicated to the it.. .111-
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-- What a decided prlrnce The ViginiaIns pay thought the propriety of .... ,in, ir ; .. up- liver to hem ; and they are further cltitlied to t ot he qantityo land whi I. ... ....'
I -- .. ," ,. ,we -A e'I-i- n 'o a i' herd u ty o n u lthie r t.n :, ', thI:. i. re. ,ir i Ir l 1 I.. ,, .. l. o. m.e., w hIic the q u an tity w hich, i ,,. .11, .. .I the a -

a ,,,, t ... ,, i l l'tht nitii to be' ta id o n th at w h ich 'is of th g ro w th & c. of M r. S ey m o ur co uld n ot altogeth er a pprov e of a. f ,, .,, .. by con seq uen ce o f thc erofth tsal o f M um lt o 'f sa es in i .. *.i i,. ti 1 1. n .. :-.,
ei~nin at : i.i.5 1,...... *, to U. riiish cohloni,, or imported by the Euait li eia th r',port of the cominmittoc, who lad recommn end- :. ..... to ratify. The refusal to ratify gives therm of Ohio, Iudiana, .-... :Ini..a,, ..-p ":' I.
..'f February,- wrote tl his friend iu Baltimore as comnpa,,y--gating the Virginians the same pri- ed this bill, in their calcuhaion that the boats the saue right to do justice to tbemsches as the 'J he resolution ot Mr. King, of N. Y. submitted
fIows-" ... l.avI only time to in.form you thIat it vilige.s IenIjyedI by tlf subject. of their pwn coIlo- would last but six years., and that the tax wouldd ref,-sal to fulfil wouhl have given them, if .pain S Saturday was, on irs motion, postponed un-
S. ,_, ...,,.~ here that th inde.pendents n>ies, and the highly favored East i .. ... .. then expir ; the steamI-boat taxis permanIent ; hadratifid, and then ordered the governor of til to-morrow. .
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h gan t'' a dcse t oe th r,,,,n.ii.ta W\'ith such ltvoriisms, obtain,> ,omo how or, and he could not think it a fair substitute to re- Florida not to deliver over the province. h t, e caakrupt ,i.l having, according to the or-
l-.M-cgan adccisivcbattle ov~r theroy.lissin- ohe te c t w r at te L^nga~ge of the ceive but e 0p Lor bco*I .oI* per anoum. The iny considering the Treaty ae the term beyond de of the day! been taken up
V"'IuelIa, and arc by this trm in possessou ol Virtinia Agricultural Societies. I .. .. Can;l fund imust be kIept permIanent. It is which tle'United Slates will not look back, i- n lIr. Eaton wished for a discussion upon the
.'ia'cas. Moillo had eit so mluch re.ducecd as in litS must assure tee that an opi)oition, foun'l- pledged, aind must be held sacred, for the loans their controversial relations with Spain, th y.not merits of the bil, and moved to postponIe it to
C. .I.r Iup tI; trilling reiib'reement of men ed on copitiiy, aml a lut of dominionn' is tile which have tien made upon it, and are yet to be ony will manifest a continued respect for the Thsday, and make it the order of the day,
fro h i-o o Pet p \. *l"sh tr-ngestt of atll pilssios. Thee will o Mrve, made. Mr. S. said that if they were deprived of saactity of their own ensagenients, but they avoid -' w.. *.-';e't ,. t.
rontt. -gioltha, with us, in the i d middi. end eastern state, this source of revenue, uples s a fair substitute was .the inconvenience of r-entering upot i a field of l,,. 1 .., ...,r ',h .h, House, authorizing the

brig of war is expected e /,'0 ,i 's dustrv, ald the individual exertion of freIemen, tlhe. 'hole bill. It is due to hwose who have al- thatit would be scarcely possible to decide where moneys for Lawrence district,, in Arkansas, and

T ,, r f tt;..,, repo rt ,.,renderel pobable nest slaves, there will naturally exist a. rivalship readv loaned money upua the faith of '.. r .r or when negotiation should cease, or at what the engrossed bills for the relief of Gabriel God-
,;:etra1h ol toal.r ctn with the jacorlrs of the stave-hctling states oi and the pernanbncy of thos fund, that it be held point force should be stayed for satisfied right; froy, of Joseph Lefebvre, and of John Harding and
by a letter i. 1. ,1 *, ,* the Uth of Februa- the one hand, and the political oppoaets of /te stcredh atnd, by rei-ting to force only so far as the others, were severally read the third time and
rV, of whiert thded idllwing is an extract-" It was tobacco riders ecn the other. Yet, truei: as this is, 'Thie question on thle first sectio was tien ta- Trealty had acknowledged their right, they offcr passed, and the three last sent to the other house
cted that generall BoLAt would briug Mo- thee munst have observed the infatuation of our ken ani carried in the affirmative ; and tle whole an inducement to Spain to complete the transac- Thor colrls h-ricfnce the
S. own people, on all occais where southern pu- bill was pssed. tion on her part, without proceedin to general i he bills for the relief of Mary Cassin, for the
ro to action ,y the t u. olic ,y was interested in predominaliieg oer no'th- aMrSemour then moved t amend the bill, .....,ik But Spain must be responsible o the relief of Robert Siniartwout, for the relief of Ro-

*A;cd that the former commands a force of 8000 ern prudence.--- Only cry, Fe'eralism, Essxe by adding to it a bill which had beeft reported United'States for every wrong done by her, after salie P. Dtesloudc, were severally considered and
i'eoaat : -"11..... .. 1 ) 1I.I riu co l lnta og be a.,.I-. b"cu e u icl f" hereusl" f ifhordere d ia b na, ossed- forI 'thi rd eaing,..f .I) I










,ti. (t .least--aumongst.wlich arc ".1"' .,..i,..- of Jurnt', Sie LiA.r, c. and we are at once dis- so no time since, to provide for the sale of certain r,.. -n .11... of the Treaty by her Minister ; and ordered tob engrossed for a third reading.
*e Btrihih llegiou--l.,vlprr'.s corps of 6th .and the armed by the mag'H of the cabalitic sound, gaze lands, which lad been reserved for the use of'the ,, *.-' iI ,o ratify his act is the first wrong for Tuesday, Ai ar.h 14.
SI in tthe skies, as if u siruu and portentos mctevr salt springs, the avails bf which to be applied to I .. n ,, o lre entitled to redress. Among the petitions presented and referred to-
rest anta Fcinos and Ianeros (or cavy was passing, and y at the sane tim, o ufter our the canal fund. Some conversation a...:, l... thavee the honor to be, '.., _,l .,, ,....... sir, day, was one by Mr. Sanford, from the Ocean
theplains.) 700 m.enofDeVEE>t;t : legion, unl- pockets to be .pickdd. If I have trspassed on ti'>: n M-ess-. Williams, Scymour, Oakley, ;our very humble and obedient servant, Steam oat Compaty of xew-York praiaI a
dcr coImnand of .... .t.g o, ,'. and col. Setop- thy patience, tihe importanuc of the subject pleads Sharp and others, upon the prophet or expe-. JOHN QUICy ADAMS. laow to authorise the issuing of registers for their
ird vill roed ior the.lain in te days.," my apology. In imy next I will give tihee; urther diency of selling tthost labnds. Mr, Sharpe thought 7 o.,'. ,i ,. o' of Stale to u Mr.: Lowndes. steam-vessels, inssheir corporate name, and to
.' '. esn o h pnonnwcissd n l (:*blso!tntt b nt;;Te hud*IU-',T'I.U w T ST.AT., ) authorise commissions to the commanderss of
Dr, Zea.-A letter, dated at Margarita, on though thuu hast been sceptical as to the views stand or tfll ou their own Imerits. The first sec- ..-.,c [,, .. i.ber, 1819. them, or in any other mode to invest them with
wieh ascribe to tih slave-holdig states, thou lion of the bill proposed to be added as anamehd- IVilliamLowndes, Esq. Chairman the character ofpublic ,.. 1: ; d.v.:. p,[1i..,. i,-
h.. ,.' .. _-- .*t to congratu ateyou ctnnut but believe in the friendship 1 u otertain ient, was passed; after which the conimitee of the Cosmmittee af Florenigi SRelations. usual drawback on the :,n ...,:aJ.t .Jd ; ,.t d a1,..
oI, lCJe lipithetioinof nur rienid, Drr. Zf4A, to a fo- thy weliren." o rose- and reported, and hadileave to sit again. SeRt--In ausw to th,. .', .,,','. contained in to direct tle Post Master General to contract ffor
,,,. .!... cl. mission for the: United States and -roI tD" ," r er Thl e ous.d tlhen resolved itself into a me ..o,,,; a your letter of the LOth l en I. the honor to the tritiSportation in thll '.. l,. [I ,, I :,, ,,,aI..
,'v. Fro nth "'z a enis o*th whdlc on th bill ,.,,,;.. ,.., the common tat br the ;, i ..,,,, ,.,,, ._ ti,, ,,,,,I .,-- M r. ITu,;ter. 1m the, ,,,,o,, ..au U,.. ,,.,i.h,.
I ... t manso..h. -,., ., .,-, l, ., and .,t'..'U-Ot'\.f-OAr,, landsof the irechohlers and ihabitahits of Haer-Suc ast That information has been received by lands, ..... e,,..: 1 the petition of ',.I,
,.t so plain, in st be respected every .wherc--cs- IN ASS M IY. lem- Mr. W l i.,; s ,, cl, hair. the Gover,,... ..r c,la I ,n I .n ,I. ,, i, x si a W intei, ,,:..... i.0 ,,re .. by a bill to authori.. tlh I
.; ,., amI n fr .cinen.' i Saltiuda ly, xur Oh. 11. The obj,, ..] ,,, ,|l .. .. authoise ,,. i. .i n,...,. ,,, .I ,,,, ., ,... ,, .....1, ,,n.. ',,.,,o, representatives of Elisha and W illiam W ik'r to 1
"s .LSpAr;:u. the common lands at Iall ...r .i ,, .,. .... th. ,,. anofl,., ... .. i ...j, ji.t.. t. ..J ,, i, institute a bill in equitylin the nature of a r peno -.
Firel.-On :.i. !. ,... nigit asta the .' \.l!i., A act to empower the president, directors and Manhattan Island, about ., ,,.I. 6 _iL, i 1. I, ".r i w h ,.. *,n ...i -".,1 I ,, ,,,, .. ia r, i. i .. tion of right against the Uotited States.
Sl .. .-. 't,, ", fi .f 7.T i., l .,,. i I. . ,t, o f t n f ( 'aty B a n k o f N w Y rgk to re c ity o f N c w Y o r;. T h e ,, . 1, i .. ., ,. .. .- "i ..... ,e. 1' '. 'r a d- t,,,,. ,, _. I ,. ., -o.,. |, ,1 ,,,i ., u p th e r e s o lu tio n s s u b -
,n i' [,I ,: .i ,t [ .,... ..!,t.. d...I. "" |..', J, I1 1 stoek. 3 e rs. '" I, ,,, ,, "" 1 ..._e i hl. l i,-, ii,. i,,1, |,,,| .. 1,n m ire N ., ni.- ,,,C,, i N ;Y ;on the 10th inst.
th f O E. s ,aAn a ct fo th e relief Erisu r S ta n lhy. r ; r : r ,, ,r. ,. h.. r ,, ,1 .,1*1 .11, th I ,et 1.d i h *-, .,, -. ,u ,- ..r .i i, ,.
* '. .,, I. l I .,, et en titled a n a ct ap ', ..h ., .. ., [.. t .... ,, ,', u l. ', h. ii ..i .isag,' I ..]l..,. .J i. ..-..- i[r I',- ,,. .* p l 1, 1...I -.i [ .,l,.,,: 2: i j ,1_:. 1,1i
,, ), i ., .' ii .. .. .*.,. 1 .> 1 l y o ut a. .roa d llh eroth "' *l''. I i ii| .. .1io...n lI ,,, i ,a ., u n .. i ,.i i, **- v,1 i|,.: I ... [.1 n.j. ,,. .r. n Inc iin.. H i.- r.. .,..l ui.ii ... I,. ..j11, i -. ..,] ,
tile I h an. d )n, [ .... I' ,p ti .. .. t L ,e is a nd f "ef- *,a ,d ,, I, I -,.f I, ,c"o". .. .y, ,.so,, i f. .a. ,, ,1 ,,. f, h" h nr .n.e.. l,, ,. Ih.I,... l i n
..j i .t I i le w i t t y o a. i t 1 r s o n f p a . . .

1... .l,. .. 1., .,. i .. P i yt P u iia d c l- A l a c t fo r la y in g c u t a n d :...... ..s, th ro id i r : . i.u ,, ,, ,, ,,, 1 . 1 -.\ ,, j , .,,. .
.o n .,, ,. ,,' .. i, ct H e w e n t o n n '" c o im n rs, o th e v illa g e oWf r t .. a n. g.. .i .. i .. ,, .. I !. ,..Le d to a sk v 1f 'to th e c o m m itte e o ,, j ..; ..t 1 e.,,,:.
S- -. M alone, in the co tuty of F franklin. : "r"t' ,,, 1 .. [ ,,,,, j .Oi t e t .,,, [.,h. .1.....t .' ,..i ofo the :,,i'. ,. 11 ,' M r. Dickerson, t L,,., i ,.,,,u nn tee of com -
board t,., I..I, t .i., i.. ..,, .:. I, r" for miUt .sL un cT ,D n-t T iiF s. ..LTE.,. .." .'4 ,-',..h. n" .. ... 1 1,. 1,,,,, ,] 1, tu ,, ect. 't li.h .. ,, m e:, ." :.. n ..,i l f 1.1.1 :, ,. ported a bill to es-
Dublini, and was recoyg ized .,,, ii. *--, who An act for the reliefof WAilliam Kcad. I ... ,. .,,. 1 1 1 I .. .. I ,1 i ". ,1 ..,... j ., l, ( u .. ; ., .,,,u with tabhi.. ", p,, r .,l ,i itsy ,it h, town of Blakeley,
had E ... .. .1 him in -oston. O nei hundred and A n act to continue and ext- tnd for a + lim ited cation and religion, the bill w as also advOc .h. I ,i,, ,, ,,, n ,,, ",,,, ,,, ..... ', :,, ,, officer- in l ,t., ..... .. h,,,i i-. u ,1. .
!; ,u r ,un a w e r ,i m i n l -i p o s s e s s i o n K '* l i, r v i l e gs r o f t l i e t ol l b i~ d ec o v er t h e tH u d a s l i e m i n g h i g h~ l y i i o r it o r i mu s I t w a s f u r t h e r .. | 1 .. ,. . t .. .. .. [ ., , Mr D i c k e r s o n g a v e ti o t i c, 't hat l i e should d on
lur guineas i et e ound in is possession. He .I e l tended at by t provisions ofe l.the bill, no i ,,, .. ,,, ... ,,, ,,,, ,,, t,,. to-morrow, ask leave to bring in a bicl to provide
dea-ks the crime with which he is charged, but Au act to a-eend an act ,:ntstled an a ot rflativ( son in psscssion .. tr. i .,l,. i hged i,. .1 .... ,, ., for delay, oan ...-" ., fo. r the punishment of piracy and other crimes.

. .... '., ',- ,,,*'.m .',,'.. .. with ttie to the dutis and .priviieris of un .s, passed be dispossessed lbu" i .. ..1 :, --i* ,, i some pledge may be required of the effectual exe- The engrossed bills for the relief of Robert
.. .- flaM ch I; ya 13! a conferredl o new ..: ' ..i.. ..,,,i -" .... against these .practices/.., '11 which ap- Swartwbut, for the relief of Rosalie P. Deslonde,
S'. ." u thatn .:mB-;.tl<;:G. only emtpow.red a sleh of such lanr' as the in- r ,.. ..xist in the Statute Book. and for the relief of Mary Cassin, were sever'ally

Philadelph]tiau Bef.-The following is given The order;! of th e day being called, Mr. King habitats of Harlaem were possessed bf or enti- |, I .. ," '' ,.', ,,, ul. that, during the no- read the third time, passed, and sent to the house
*in i *h Ph iadelhia G z,,.tt. *< ttie wigrht n t1, 'moved that the coa -iideration ,of the report of the tied to as cominon lands. ,:, ,i ,,;. i. } .,ni ,roaiv, r'p 'tt:d -,.-, **-r-. of Representatives for concurrence.
,nlt tohetPhila beyplia ( ,ctth ,as Ith is ,e. y, o th,'biwcso psii eopeof all o o. ..eest'eryi. The bill was opposed by ?,ate V:...i. i. l r a,w ..t, ,, 3 r b ,,,e....', .h'. I ,.., .,,, The bill from the other house making aplro-
fine f andImutton, exibied and sold ai tha t e i ; o ;(i in, Oaklcy, m the gromlnds that tha Legislature had Madrid,'and ,., Mr. Onis he..., ...B.. .,., ..,.. n. priations for the support of the s Navy for the year
city on Monday la.gt:- raciug, be i ]ien-up. r. ': obc;ved:, that he no. right to interfere with the tit'es to lands, and Government of the United States eithyrd a positive 1a20, having been reported from the naval coat-

:25 head ofl xa '2G:.9201bs, lIrp'ed the house \would not agree to that report. that it was questhnable in whom the titles to stipulation or a tacit promise, that the United mittee, by Mr. Pleasants, without amilendment,
10 shgieep13 "O'T:ie qiu.stion was tihen tdken, and the house re- these lands was ves.ed. It was argued, that a.t States would not recognise any of the South A- The Senate took up the said bill as in commit-
'2 kids li fused to agree. The bill was thereupo ; recorn- all events, if we undertook to legislate upon the metican revolutionary governments; and that tee of the whole, and ordered it to a third read-
Shg, 6.7 emitted. subje, it ought to be well understood that every ... :, .. ,, ..t,,b,, were distinctly and ex- inge; it was read a third time by general consent,
l.uhltafllow and suet of axen 7000 e STrI..l.-.OAT TAX. p1'rson interested, or who had a common right to ii..11, u,,li ietr. d f st trl is government would not passed, and returned to the other house ; and the
a-. do do. '., .5cki-ic f-0 The .house then resolved itself into a consit- those lands, by virtue of the ancient patent, had assert to any such engagement, :rh, c ,. ". .: or Senate adjourned.
te. o ff i. w' l,.thi on tiu(. ghill to a ce'.d an .1to re- petitioned lbr this law. It is I ........ ,.. ,. HonSE OF REPRESEN TATIV.S 1
Ibr; the Slare weho was convicted of the pecting navigable <,i.uunications between the just, to pass an act, deprivir. ,,1.. .. ; i. all thM inforinatiosh which has been ob- .!onavy, M arch 13
: '"f Mr. T i asnDelssaeui e on Deewcas c ;cre wfsterm m ,'.n h and td Aria tigtleOarnds, withoutotheir ..... ,, f. t t o t the Fench d tme mot sin of i Pill ie o roee

1' ,, I. near Charlestini.was executed on the dth the chui. a the passage of tl is bill, yet there was no cvi- whichit ,: t. ,,, I...I,,,,r probable would be him some weeks ago, for amending the rules of

i,,stunt. The Charleston Courier remarks, that [The object ot'i.d. b1'l is to repeal ^!l that part de'tee before the house, tmat adl interested had so pursued by the [ ,,,[.-.,1 ,,. it is apparent that the House, so as to ( .I,.; s,. -1. l,,., .,i. ado
he j L t penitent, acknowledging his guilt and the o: the act abire.aid, which inys a til cf oneu dol- peatitionet they strongly apprehend the immediate forcible mitted within the wall I.. r.M ,,, ,., ,, f.,
)a P ,,, c f aup,,ncacb .t.am,-boat p,,"n:.".n ,on the [ud- The bl ,ws pase d,; -. ,,. ,. -, comt ... .... 1 i ..., l,, by rthe Unitcd States, on The qaestioa was decided in the negative, with-
justice of his ss cuten e,e so u flyer ; a id >n he: ti ., tte bil!1U a tee cam e to tha st i-, ,d ,,. ; fi -., .: ,, ,.y o ,, to ,, ..., ri v.h.:,,,by Spain of the treat w within out t in dio Ne w Y r patyision ni
prupriites and pkdages to the caua.il ti'd, ftve per the Dutch Refir .. .... .- H *., i. a.. : 'len ,,, ,1 ,,, ... ti,,. France and Russia bolh have MISSOURI EXPEDITION
Kine Pock.--Upwardy of one thousand per- cnt, of the net annua! income of all lh;e steam- objecting. were raised, that the Legislature had .:, .. .1. ,, ..[ ,, ., ,.,, r .... ., The House then again proceeded to the consi-
sons, have, within a few weeks past, beea inocu- boats uavigatiug the Hud-son nver. TIhe third no rightto ..., ..,.. ,. ..... ,,,,to the ,,,,, ,i , ,. ., ,,.. ,,,-,, ,, ., ,,,, deration of the hill making appropriations for the
lared withltieKine+Pock, byDr.l.a ssh.t rin oBur- an; la t.,sectionun poses a penalty of = ".. .. be- exclusion of a,,.. ,...- .,, .'. ..'. -... upon ,,,,, i ... .. .. .. r,,.- .. I,,. ,,, support of the M military E tablishment for the
;]f. I I. dide s the ame ount of he per .. .. ,. t S case the this point ; whe on .., .O ,, A ,, |. AM, ,,,..,,h' L..,.'i.. .'u g f ,-s sa r 1or0, h
ington, Vcuont p ip and .eretary of .... a r., do not T he committee rose andt reported .. 1 war, Which they fear would TI e tli conseqTence of And the question being or t11,: 1t blank for

T r Is ar d a thp'e:Post- at ul*, ';.. ." n. comptroller a taned eavc,'.. ,. And c, .. .... war between the U,',,i..I ", .,, and Spain. It the amount of appropriation for the Quarteru as-
T h re e C t,' mo 'Aif s a rc d u e a tt th e P o st- tr ae a ~c o u '. i :. .] j o ur n ed -, r _, ,I. I ,h ,I I 1- ,1. h ,. r ...1, d sta te o f o a r c o o- te r's D e p a rtm e n t- -' u r c n a
ODrice in this city. Thier, is alao grut, one m th ouh thoutheniarksd, that ls. repeal of t w [The bill w again taken up fa. .f ,, h .1 of -, a in t,,ie.. -': D of all Europe on Mr. Cor.i tke moved to fillit v th e m.*.. ,, o E,
itom all the O0ices sooiS oftWashing t S e: .tonlod0' es ^lt 0ai lie o tobaudas i d TpiaoisE Cairt ctlis Ir sf l t i %1: ithaviw toi
11 con, usua.l drawback ono the p b- modfi d, ;.o,,keth a pro riti Ir ol- ,I. hat|;-,:'- .-J'FI,'ee ltte on;r 'rrstng.h-,Mssur EA ntnn



























5.xsrs. L~ewis & Hal, ic imp,,rt ,ace. "The iunposition of this tax, Mr. gious purposes -.-.e. 1, without conarnitg it to atp ob .Mnsewows M.Tiil oe ofl twt4000 e
0w ,..l ._ ..to g c you ^"Irin b vt.inpotie ofit htr.t.% wI I, .t.. ....a, Minister, who v.fwh cr. TrotrihCble iofed to illt with480,000. He
UTnOClohinianuofextractofalcer. r.ived td bl Ia.c rpeon tP tis any particular ect.j anuned as coming to give and receive exph- intimated s opinion, th after What had pas-
Tnc Ub,1ow iu ,. .s an extr c c f a hitte re~cei e n tat u imliad exei t^ 't co n siderab lh w a rm th and -" -" aati ons w e. could not fail of o l'taining ultim ately sed indicative of the views of this H house, and
ikonr a icoau thre tiasward, andontains some Geetaoat in some of our ,sist states, particularly m. t e : .. / ?. 1 without resort to force, tle right to which it was particularly under the present aspect of our f
.I as which i iave i t teen publi.-hed. I think it uacticut and .w-Ji.;sey. or did h e e i ad itted we w re entitled. But that .... i; ., rein relations, the ex Adition w old b. rec, t
yo eoud asrvc yisng-te ,.- cef?"e lit'st or cl'cd*itaole to. the stte taiO^ ] Jl^ mls" wti! Saih --h s m^ towini t- nasalrs of violeace :eight not onyprvkee to-l th Co^ti &Bluffs..b' esn
.ye vii 0 srvie y iserin: tem ... ciricesaf ether states, and loreigner%! should'be teresting Doe,,.. .... t,, .1 ,,1 pr cseated o -|. "', ,, war, but would, chuang9 theutsatc of the Mr. lolohs had moved to ffit the blank with
pper- ,.,I. ,, ..tributetoour works of internal the House o It .... ., i, C hirm.an of uestio between us ; would exhibit us to the 495000dolars; bein illet it t
"..,i,-d Frie haove received, by mail, improvement. Mr. U. ..r, ht.. ,i, imposition the coutte ..L 1 ..,' 1., .. ,.,,1 ,. ,1 .ggressrs, ad would indispose a- rtn teappropriattor the rsetion th
a P~ t ]w e w e r e ; u o d e n o u g h t o s c ad m e I c nus i d c r i t o f f ai t h t o t h e h o l d e r s o f t h e s t e a m b o a t 1 t W i ,l '. 1 l .. .': ., I ,. i. I s o r ith a tesb j e t .
v.ra.y accep ta Ale, an'd am m uch pleased to thee N o act .f. ,j ,-i. ... ...-i i, Ji, i;,,ii, iv ,. -u, iI ,.,' c.,1i h, (. c.,riuil, ri. t d1 .... a l.l .jis.ns. ,, It is not expected that i n the event of a w ar :\ t o;,, i i, ft
lt s ohy kind att euti pu. Th e r knows, full !. their ov ,., ,. ,, i, ,i;,.. it ,,,i, d.po ;, .li.,p;1 ta r .-.-.1 I, hi r ) .ii. ",' ..., s,,,, ...,., ., ,,,s ..*cr will openly take :On M r. I ..nl '- ,,,..,. ,t the vote w as-
y opinions ,upo the sulj,.ct tof DomnestiI. I1,.,--.. tx ofc. d.l.i. ,'...,.. h 1. .:....neer, n t ,r .-." .I .' .. ,.., ,,,. I ,. I r 1 1' ,r ,,,'., ,. United States ; but there For his m otion l 77
t:y ,,rlSoeial E roacny ; and tilee will, rheir-' .1. ,* i, '. .: '. .. ri,. ,.." n..,i..,...,,', Sir- W ith. ,.., ... t,.- .]1 .... .j,, .,,[,....1 ,, -..u1.1 A r ,, pI mciipal reliance of Spain Against i i 8,m t
l oV, Ute semnD treddn s, a in makng ...... ,. ,.. :.. 4, ... ,. ..,i ,m-, il-t..:s, ,l ,, ..', \. a 'i. L. 1. h tl....,..:,,,, -,-. h.l, r t.. 1.\ ,, ,.. ,.- ,' ,;! ., !, ,, ,,', ,,, ,,, of privateers in On the motion of M r o. obb to fill lhe blark
;t iuit ;- Ihe circular signed byl.,. u.1 t. ,:., ..-- .c u i ,t .. lt i., ... ,.t ... ,-.[..g ih .1 I. ,t,., "1.. ,- t ,, I m I, T ,, 1t. ,. I -. b it,. .. . .... ,, I .,,.I,,,.I, ,, 1. -'s in the East ,. w ith 450,000 dollars, (predicated on the m ain-
" ,l, ,, establislnnent ofe a .'. :',, ui [. ,. .,, ,- lier,,; i- ,.i, LI, ,'. [''...':.,'" i .' ','.',,,,i '. '. .. i ... an .:. ., l. ,1i. ,. ,, l _, ',, ., on ow n coast, under u tenance of the Expeditio > at the C .,,,.,.,] I,,,
... '.B I .. i tS of d sP-l: i. ., .. .. r ... 1w 1 a, d .. i u--,,..',,' ,- ,., ,h ." h b ,,, ,.: -., .-, i ,i r.. ,,. -, l ; ,., .. ,Iu ,,,a n n ed .froi a ll n a tio n s, th e q u e stio n w a s n o t tak en U y e a s a n d n a y s, b u tt
,. ... -. a... .. spi ted, ald ,I,, ll..r, ,,- ,,,...u..I It, i.,, ,:. be destroyed, and h l. ,,-.r ... t l. ,..i L.,.. ,tI1,. ', ; .. ,l,. i. ... ,,, .. ro ow l, prp(triated into w as decided qfirm a ic ,, by a lar m a jority
The address ably illustrates the motives of the .........- ..u: ,.,,n. .)y i.. As it r.tr'urn, public: tI,...r ,t state, r' r mI ]- i.l.-.r c..n.;.l. ,r r,, i, "..', ..i.,, ,. r,.r i. purpose. And th" tHouse l.. .. "- '-
Boardi tl:e contemplated assitia.tion; and, thee aith, in regard to the. canal w.l, .i, L tho Mt Treatyof the'' I _. i u-. n i..., .. ...I i .1l,, 1 ,.- .. .. .. : of letters f.iomi Mr. Fro- s !
.ay I. '.- 1 ...1..Ing will be wanting onI it would .r i.[i *, i'r, Jr '-." 1 1 |P. th. i.n i o- upon the honor: ,, ,-... l .,-. ,r..i 51 1,,*.. ,. :: mention, contain the most particular information SUPREM E GOURT i
m. y part, ... Li.. ., far as in m y pow er lays, an Ouaily, .. .... i l b," li ," ,' ..",[ ,,.*' ,, i "1 perfect treaty, :,,, L n .. ,.,, n ..I ,, ,.. .... I. a l... ,t, ,.;'ith regard to the sub- F ri.i.. l..ard lO.
tUu laudable views i.embraces. Beiug, as I an,. the steam-t t ,., Iu: h t, rh,., la, ,,. a,, mality L.-. i, o., i ," .,., ,co,.,, '.h, i, -,..,,,, .. ,. ,,,,,, I ,, ..,, third enquiry. In the TrieChiefJustice delivered the opinion of the
a wI e fisher to he u .dertaking, a-d a member amourtim;:. ,1 t c. .h, Ln ,,,.., ., i...n.I ,,,- was bound to .,,-- : ,,, I r..,.,r ', .,- month of -. ,,*,*: ,I a corps of 3,000 men a -rri court- the case df Luffbtrough against Blake.
t,, i.,,,, ... ,:f r cent establishment, *hou onan une ,... I. .. '*, ,,.... ,!! i., u .... forest betwo ,' i. .. ,,.. ,,.., r. '.,,,. ed at.the H avana, from Spain, one third of Judgment aflirmed: *
I, r .. ..... re ected on all the difliculies sum A. .AI .,lc ,,, t. .. t. J MI. I ,t,. of Spii ., by his ful power to.his M iuiister, had i .... .,, .. aid ,o have already fallnt victims to The case of tl; United States against Lan1as-
v l.uch tardo in the way.o its success and ulti- a precedet, ',, ,, ,! ,,i ...I n.,. specialc pledges solemnly promrrsed to approve/ ratify .ur .**, in ,i, ., .. .... c.otf tat climate. L., i ;. ..from the ter, was ar.aed by Mr. ln oll "d Mr. Se -
iote ;,i;.. -I ,. Thee knoves that the encouriage- in lI(I, made by .. nd- I I... i,t,,:.,, 'T Iub- This adjustment is assumed as the : .- .. ...r ir :.. i, as recent as the 4th -. n onth wI -r'- "lr 3 1 an ef 1
m Ii; t I ... i,,. industryreqiuires nmore than .trhe stitute. I blii f- .. .... i u i i l .!..,..h that what, the U' united States hada right to obtah from .,.. ,. ,,,. 1 that n -, .., i of this farce is in. ;ed |,,,. .ease of *, ., I. Lever Ing wa-s ar-
gI ,i .wil 9f its pationsscatHred hiere and ther.,,. or the.pre.sen amount of canal stock ; and the Spain, fromnth.' -I r. i ..,I- ..,' t.he Treaty. -The .! t I ,. -n, event employed in Florida, ,. I ,1 h Mr. Jo,.. ,,1 ,.I l "l '.
nt :n.s-t have the fotering care of Government, canal commissioners have reported a fund of principle may t,,: ,.lu4, ",, .t1" L. referuncd'to rules r4 A communication + from the Secretary of The' case ofylier'd a',,iiist Rogers. w, s argued ,
to crowat;. entprize, witi evcn a hope of sue- ,;i(l(.000, which u.;,,,. .. .r ,, .J, 1.0 ...t .,... ,,r ofinunicipallaw relative to tran'sactio-s between Iatr, also here.Iith closed, contains theinbr- by Mesrs. -Houkinson and JounsI fin' h.e p"in--
c..s, if otaer inp.diments did not exist.--- 00A ; ,and the de- ,a i ......... ", tleu ,,,,'.-- individuals, fh. ,.t..*',c.-.. c...I ...... the Treaty actionn request by thie committee uponthis en- tiffs, and Me.srs. Pinkiey aud lKey, or the "d-.
-.. f the sl:ve-holding states are valua- Whre, ther, he .W :.. can be the hazard nof re- unratifiedand ratified, may be ;L ,1., n... t,. r1 dif- qu.iry, f.ndato m
1u.l, and as long : s i they command a good price in pealing this-oius tax, especially as the increase ference between a covenant to convey lands and 5.Atthe tinae when C"ap.tain Read, lft Madrid I onda.. .wch 1..
S,. ;>arket Europe, t'e pepe pf that section of the salt taxisufficient to meet allfuture loans ? the deed of conveyance itself. Upon a breach of 13thOctober, Mr. For. y ..h had no positive inftJ- Mh. Justice Job-I oIun del4ered thO opinion of
of th. uniou .iili be little disposed to favor meanu- 'Thia tax has atlcady caused hmmens ifajiry to the covenant to convey, courts of equity deireIe mation even of the appoIlUment ofthd person who the court in the- c-ase of the ?echuInis" Sa...k oI
. ;;curh,. p s-suits among us. But a act, which Ele proprietor ; and Mr.U.saidit was eFtremely that theparty who has brokenhis covenant shall is to come ou. as tV e Minister. Indirectly we Alcxt-.rdria again:v the bri n ina bo .hi de d.-
perh.;Ps thou art u; acquaintedd with, imparts an a unj c t t to co- dnaiiae to inju 6e a company whivh'fwe con;w'.-y. andi, further, shall i 1ake g-oo, o the o- haw : be.en i .sur d that h le might tIbe exp"v ..-.', t t. i : pia :y".d- + '"'


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COU t iH, Ii,: ,: ..:.f' he I...,, M |I,= i, ,..hl..-",
and oitl.. 1; -. 1 B J In i Ike a.,Id '1 ii .ma.
Cummins. Ju.i,;-.1At r,: Iit ,d .:d J l. cda- r., ilA 1-
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[ i . \IV lhlai 'I T hol i-.' 1'-1i J -ri l.:S
h'.',.,i ,, .. .1i .-. .'.h' ]-. C nAi o ..s :icui .1
I. M .A. ..,,, I hil. Ctl ,i, ,-i ,l ly M.. Law
f.I tlr" h. !.. n,,' ri .
'I'l A, ,' ..' I i, t Tii,; 1 ,;',d.J ,[b. r", against
1..h, c r.,- r, I [ I..],r l .,, was argued by
M] r;. 4 .,;. .. alt, i...-c tlL .:i:'. n I i .
The'caseof J,.li. C. O, i,,' lessee, ,a-ii-
Th.-i-, ,, .. i 1n 1.Jl]th r-, a arsu- 1l by i.ir.
H.I i,. n.r Ith-.. d..f,,ldaint:.-.-N o coun.:i i .apfi
, ,1 .-., m ,. plaintiff.
The case lo I i l'. en hi.. C. ,11lt i.-h-
.,k I', ;J.. ^ j .. ] 1 in M Iirt., and .M l,
Jone for the l1 ,1,1 i.rt:. N I ,:.._,,:,.l *,pp I1.. I !.r

".osrox', Mar.:!, 15.
In the brig Belvidere, C' pt_,'. rit.-omt.. f9o-a
Aux Cayes, came mga.-..,ir Mt.i. D., ,i0
Brucc and Benj. Gale, lai.: utficr-r :.f orig C-,.w
line of this port. Mr. Bruce 'tU!- u1 ilan,. t'.. -
roline was taken onthe li1 Ja.uJaw ry, .:,:YCa...:
Nichola Mole, by the schr .1 orp: n, l O,1'I : A,
or ---, (she had a great nmanai i,_I, iaoin, ,-
Capt. Nutter, who took him. v irn ttt ii;g'r pIa-
pers, and part of the crew o,, t, r..l Ih -.:hi an.m
nmianta t.he.brig; Same da\ a li. br ,'r' :" r
gave chase to the privateer, a I hiai i,. ay 'c, .,,11.:
up with her at dark; the latter hoisted Buenos
.t.",0'I' [I I :1-**-iF. and fired a shot at her; the brig
run under her stern, and retrried it, but in the
night'the schr. escaped, havingstodd .in shore.-
The schr and brig then anchored in a small har-
bor near Cape Tiberon, called Little River, and
offered the brig's cargo for sale, but no one ashore
-, .,. --l. pu,..:h 4-.--th.., then proceeded to Acquin,
;.T .,I id ->i,. .- ago ; for sale there, which was
soon -r.. .1, It,, L-'11-purchaser soon after learn-
i,.; imin it was AiI.:. 'a p Woo.p:, would not a.
gree I.. f e:.,i>.: ,pr oi_- i'l. ., p.,.:., fdel to Cape
Lopez or Lapez, where an English schrfrom Ja-
maica soon after arrived, .1a.1 furtie:d ,he car-
go. While at anchor in that place, the Buenos
r', r i i lt tc. C ;l-'.- C .0. .n, i : -
r I .., :,it .:r ,. 1:0 ,.1w .*, rp- ca-- .,| ine q ( r-
ry iri the evening ,, L.- .- ....l, [ i pa r ., ,
.iG, sr and crew went on *'ard the Cicole eap-
.l-:d I,:l, .lT t. .,.1 li rll l ,,-l iy rr,: 5 :r .
p-,., 1 --th I"I,... I., l C -_,.I ., t .r u!
,-, I *! '. Fr o 1 'r ,L.,i :i ,h., :,:J 1lhh F. ,'..
Si ( ':. ;,il i ( n ali v. ':. r.j 2,, *;|,:, -.,7
Flit iT, ,ill] 1 .. .e: I uh 0 0 4 c mt .i -
p I 5 I I a.1 ,,t.: td i.: ti,. M ,..,-..y .*t' .._It.i lri
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SI ...:, l,_,, Ii- i t .:..r. i !:, .: t,:. ,
;~-~ l'.] l ,.. i i I .r,. I .. ., .: n .:
Ch... I
GrenadatowardsVenc -, l. L 1.tIr .t. i-it:
garrison at St. Fe de B,, .-i:,, ,,,. t 1 ,0,,,. i o-,
pear that the accounts ..i .. .', :' ro -
gaip p..:.... ..i i ,. -.,i ,. unfoundedd.
1'. i .., ,1..': ,,, '., -. doubt of the
success, of the patriots.

Extract af a letter from a respectable mercantile
S ulse' in Gibraltir, receivedper Actress,
0' u ,-,--i h -,1, in a complete state of
.1 .- .t1... i. t..n, ._ ,): past, our account of a
".' .. ... ,. u;...a.I in s'p-in,n whici broke out at
Arcos on the 5th of .T., a,. Scarcely a sale
has since been made, and every operation of itm-
portance then confirmed has since I,- ,..: .. Tlhd
mails have been stopped and we have been kept
in such a state of ignorance that every one has
been afraid to act, either by sale or contract.-
The ,...,hli.,; ,. o,1,,t ,, +.r strongg : they
are i... : i 1 i;, ,: ,,. ..) : it is suppu-
sed the inhabitants are very favorable."

l .A R IEED,
At Staten Island, on Tu.i ," ... .. heRev.
Mr. Moore, Mr. Josiu q-. -.. ., ... M Mi-
GAMT, eldest daughter of Harmanus Gyon, Es.
both of that place.

D)IE D,
r i ,-.., ,h .otl.. 16thyearof h --,_. ;.,- L .
*l t ,*J ', t c ti. [ I .1.' .c I .i !. L.I
.d : '". .. ,.m .
At 1 ..i. 22d ult. Dr. John Goodrich._
He wasanativeof i .. ., .1 .. .. .,,
that vicinity. H e '.,,,,, r.i. f ,,,,r,. ,.,.,, i, ..
since, from Cooperstown, (N. Y.) where ihe had reided
S', i,. i., -,..,., years, andwheru his wi-
.' ..... ,.-, ,, .'. .-- '' ii,.. _,, ast, C apt.
HEXnDERSO Mooa, aed '" .... .., ..a.er of
ioe f tHle jacketss between i .. ti, ..s city
in "II "1 1' ''11i D I ., ]
Son, l -i, ... i ... % .LO I 1 .. i,
In Tv i,:,7. 11-, .I, _, W, ,;.. r .... W illiama
thn t "..,.I ..... a.. i ., aged 572
leaving a v ,,..,. ,.... .,. .n who, ri s
Iall e to 11. l '. i. ...,, .," i E.




,I *'t .~ c i .- i. 1 r s ie n .D u l i, 1 I J a ; .
tor of Hesse-( I 7. '. H ',,l,.. O
Frederick 5th, ... oid edmark.
It .Ternanyouta tStolerg, ancedebrated German
poet.
lin Paris, the Crunt de C.i...,-, peer of France,
aged 71.
In January, at;.Grants Braes, near 1-T., i i;r._.i.,
b ,.. i' ,.. .I ., .., f the1 S. o i.. h 1 1 h, .'. ..
0u rTF" I e ,' .. ,larslelsea, Dubllin, .12d Jan.
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P. SPE ATO R0


T'LE .DAi. M.-PCH 21 I';-,.











rnaucifiiu 1 Govarment ought to srpr c i.L, lore and ucc.iu ar,.l liberate us fimn th,: n tr.A,: ;'A. t ..- Fin eo.-' C *',.-
SSATLUIDAY, MARCH 1 -r respect. pli of La Isla. who begin ti uici i'. r P.)STCR
Soldi, r, r l- lt' ,iripl'-.y for our welfare and With regardto their wild scheme. The Ttitoh, Cipti r Il .: -."l. ,. i'-,,m L.' .p .,I.
rery late from England.-The ship Triton, that of ,,.. ..,uririyr,.'ii, Ir. arms which havqese- Paris, Feb. 10.-The ,:.,iiiurctirA.i r-litir a iii.:', up rhi morning. C api. H.. hkas*'.,In Lfa-
Captain Holcomb, li has arrived at lr.t.r',,r in the cured the i,.il.-p-.dJ.,,:.: r .fthe nationagainst the to the Election law has bl,i to-d3y --:- a-ill." in- r ;-:.d ui aitlh Lohdon p-persto tbe 18th, and Li-
temarkably'hort passage of 23 daysfrom Liver- power ofll,"".r,'1. l',,: r. terprise iseasy and nouncedbythe PresidentoittL C' irbcrrn Osp.,- I vrp-,:L .a rihe 20th February: '
cra.knenty the p adito s L glorious. U- i,. Ii. ,..dt i 'Spanish soldier who ties, forMonday, the 14th init. t!-. CG:.,, dmt.r. rn. h. .lC of his Majesty, King George the,
pool. Our obliging correcpondents, the Editors .will oppose our views ? No: in the very ranks Anlaire was the bearerof tiin iii.Irtai-t a hir lit. i iriti[,ri. ip,_ ifapi. v -iHe was enabled to
of ile Boston GszetStel, hay-. f:ttrc.J ,. -I- L.i,;,- of those whom the Governmfent may assemble, gen, r1 o the Ple--ie,:i.:. Ta. ,rhilry o1 *':.ii-iliire ;tt.:nl ,iji-r,.l-s, and to preside in Council at
lish papers to the 2.0th -of F. t. I ry, iII le y c :. 5' il 'dl i.i-*.ui;,; is who 'ifill J.,i, us ; and if in;l ,: ii. f. i n tio,? nc Illo ,tt 1 ,', ti 1a isi-.ber, it C'I i lton il eti .i
~iii -l-nfn ins% f niais t hiiui.I je to turn a que ,i1.311.:f-4i n'11lh V itnI t .i-&-CI.I I Ii" ru 6i 0-.CIEi 3i .ini7'-Y. ;Of W i9l ;-.r Ca. ;i, bh.ive all re-
which the "Ir;i. s. sailed. ... in 1. --;n i -y.,n, 11 thrir. p.nlin as cilt ua a a ire t ds tl: bi.:h fl'.-i r ri a.i-,,,-(bi i. ti h iu f r'.1h trmi tlit ii''", H o.'in- -.],i ..,Ij that the
ri, Dni-er. HE [i2Il.f l r:: .'A-%-STNATED at tilii, rl" rl' iy i. .,.iiiil diI, utnon li" the i.tiam-' 11 i l lt : t -.plr nrnt iiRy ir grtat pilL t i tLUi- Pis,'_e :rh-al I1 .- ,iii1 o .1,..j I"'- ill" i :. .-f io e
p It 'll, .. ,r.-nii.;i f u rite813th of-Fi tiru r i r. ,_'it i i .s.: bri?.t. The i .w l-'i.. r ai kl.. :.bl-.d,.:-i b- the yesa; iaft.r ti ciIE h 'i it.h. '.,,.ti -,. "
f,* ,t :' u O,, ,.r :,I. '1 i l t l, i ,,,l Ia r-- no l h.l -r I di. p. 1, 1i sp u. n .i ; ou are 'h c r7 ..lo i rtiia n '. in .,:.l.c ih ., d e- ,rd .:-; i,'itrr -'t :f ';, P A P, L .*\t. ( '.
i -' b- i *.t "tliv chill, .i ..' ih -. .u tr,' ;p :tfy your- 'lh. ,.'i,' ; but ih- .:.;riai,:|,c.. ar,.vh : rh a r.'17 "-1 i .'t ACL ly tto ad-ijiui.i .ii, t. '.- a, tlouses oI'
p tiuai.-i ijii-it a he had ,tri.a, ':t.' the D'uchessto ,.fi. i, .ho. .. i,,1, o]..hi.iii-r.- it ;, ir'i'i' it. f'. 'liiii.ii-i lli' i1,.i ,ii- ., o-t piant; Fo'rl-ain m, m .t on the I r,, i l." fl h .. f.ii,.. ,
herc'.,ta, who, oni hearing his exclamation, vhiatI recominmendtoyod. I ihi il h',r li,,- a ,nii- ui,nIrlt'intrIg tN. ii i it:,piirii,, -; ij ii.l'l. i"., iESSAGE FROM" THE Isl"' *,
i.:.1,.lv .U'.ijt,. '\ and with her own hand drew faction of recompensing those who may distin- thesecurity of tL(e dJ'.na, r,, aWJ thle rcr.'.liia. 'i i r,:'-.:Io.d and'read;-
out thefaalpoinard whieh tihe assassin hadleft guish thecmsdslves ; but if any one forgets his duty, tionof the ro.:, i tl unily ./ tile .-tIl:i r, thi it ii G t;.:.RGE R.
I shall prove that authority has not been confided should not L- ...,:..,l, thi, ica.,atior., on which "The King is persuaded that the H,-,,..- sf
in his breast. The Duke was conveyed into one to me in.vain, anLd that- the energy of a-Govern- reposes every popular right, ,.... i.I umn itbIn Lords deeply participates in the grief and ail'.-
of the saloons of the Opera; medical aid was im- ment, which seeks good, is always superior to and insecure. : ri:.n if shi Majesty, for a loss Which his Majesty
,.d,,i:....I, prt,,uie.l: buthe died at Go0lr.k on that of despots. It is acknowledged hI. all ...,,I, tIn 'lht Kir. .;in-I til,, Nation have --lii'j,, i r/" the famented
die fuiloa :-mitr n" Soldier lls a,; ', f i I. ..,J`l e tI-t.ii-i and in ar c .,.tdin.:,t s iii l succeed u in r iec t I 1:IT... hin,.a ur( l-r t i .:,l Ui6 late King, i, f-iiupnhh.r.s
the fulloiM ,, nr t 1. H.: alms ..,1 t,. K :. lier train, the I:..i ', .1 ,: ar.J ,ia .hi i h r. n- tihrir,,,j purl; -..I It. Th'. ...ppr..it .,i -tV ,, I,..- n,i,,i m i. l,ni:h.',ly rt it .,.iii upon his
The ,i'si-'.,n A ; a Fppr.lir,. i.t ar. i .:.,.i:,s' ..' try will lavislii,' ,.t. *. ; l it -h r.,iii t:r- l mijor) rii .,it t irk 1 \li:4.rv i,,_ n, ..- -'it' .:'t i.i..i,:,ii. witiin a
crime.. FFurther particulars will be fpuwsd in, a i ,i,,'*I) i AN.T'NIO QI.II'saOG.i- -ro.l iii. a iill h ).. ..r i.i.i c.-..n-ial il,.: rie uisil p-aod, a new Pnartaiir,.,, ili- King has
I li lit m. ral in Chiefofhe tie N tiiro t.\ri ilra y itr.. ,i-,;' t.-lird na d iris in|.l.r0 I-..t it, aii int n.. l.u. il-r3ti, i.' t .j,:roi -sr 1. ofpub-
tin aq.itii t"Head-quarters, at s 'I ,-ai.,J, ,, p.,:L',at' ..Ju,-I'I, 1 i, i it. ., ,L, t i i-i I'.- ii tht Lnirt. II1'.' I -,iSia,-, arni- ii o l upi .too] int. it I. ill be, in
The interment of the King of England, took Janurry 5, 1820." i.t iitI- rllet...-. .ill r-,, i, n. I C.'ii.-1J], i. i,. Ch. palitC inter-
placeonC il,' ith ofFebruary ; and on the fol-. "Q,,...: T iilj..-1. .1 -i-nilar proclamation Lormo e, Feb. 17. *i-r c .I-L iiia. I n|, n.Edr to call the Parliamente
iowingday, both houses of parliament convened to th( ., I I iir if:...:. II-TIRMINT OF THiE LATE srteG. without delay.
"Tihe insurgents wear a red cockade, orna- 77teChapel.-Betfore seven 'clock, all the per- "4The King, therefore, recommends to the
according to adjournment. A message from the einted with a ;,,. triangle." sons, whio had procured tickets were admitted in- House of Lords to tclopt such measures as may
new.Ki .r. .,i,.':l and read, and an address Poaris Fb. ll.-In the Chamber of Deputies to ll.. rurih aisle, aid were accommodated with be 'found ,i,.i:-i:,,il-.-, .... -,1 i i ..-,i,.,-
ofr'(iid..l.-'..'i' I e..,'ol'iitir 'ii 1 adopted in yesterday, ii'. |i..ji t ",r the Ui.Li. r security (ifthe places on a temporary platform, which .allowed the exigen:iic o iof li-, publi- s. r Ce. 'lu. I.: ti. I, -
a, h..'te of 1-r ,'lt Both1tf rhl-c : p ,:t- ,ill i p- urchasers -, i;'t r. I I r p, itl ,, passed by a o ,1i- l' ii. it I a u .i aI-.. .- i. ao,' .4. i i ca- tervalwhi:l ,',.j *l 'ip ,rL-,0 .'.c ill,: i.. ,, ,tt.ti
mrajorityof -l : ... 1h.idil, r .a ,',t Th ,'. ,,.| fh.E L .r. t-'v; z- v r. Ia of tIe present session asid the opening of a new
.' --.A t the clt ,-,t.. ,L. ..i r l- lt i i, 4 i i, I tii ,Ii,. i. ,': c atin h- aIr k, of 1. '-',l,1i .. ,- 1 I ,- P f-' ,.. r. I. I iG t.1,
A n. 'a [,.aiiaTnrli ii ; L, I. ir.r ,n>'. ; ii, ,:r-r ',i nouncedth.ilt ialI: ,i:ni .: I -i. h .ii.tiir. .1,i i, t t'l or 'lutu i,.:.mnn'.-1i,: ,*.r i .,in;. ,li. t-DtiI .L- .-' Otr C.O INDOLE'VCE AN Li CON-
L1.t2.;Il.-Modat.il.;LAI rIN.
a.t'n i.ei r. i 'h:r,' pi.'...' iii p,'.pi rir"',, t r h,, Mh da M monday n.,,l tire jiurp,,rii; it.,' ini c- ti er'- ..l ri ,rti t.ii a.. [ 'Te\Ear,,ri- r i i ., f n.t.to
ipproa ih o r I ..q, ,m u nicafion i l O I iii. iii. ,I1 dili.,I'" ii. Il h iJ f-pai t 1, 1, a cl .' ich .' : ,fI- ,, f;r ?, T he E arl cof LI lV,'I,,,,5 al ,. i :, f.:.i ,,i; p. ,IL~ ob-
..plitiat i i ii r t m erano t produ -' l i T 'i ii t],,]i i :i ]i t mtr o,' rf. i ir ju l ere _.r: i: ;l li 'lh i O t t, r| ul- 1., ,-. 1 ,1 .-
A t-.t.i la r arrived at Portsmou'll frr1 m t St asit wasw I kI.,,I ..,. i, t,-,, I. ,. it.,,. i. Of. a, r-i,, d tiuIl ,i th. c Tr ,,,,i ,r i ,,t ,,.kh :1id ,1 W iiiu an humble Address be presented to
Heclena, which place she Ic'ft on the limi .I De- Elections. 'tile i ii' ni', riorr.ugh which the general -pro-' his Majesty expressive of the ni,-1 c vlhr-'i, i ir
tember. Bonaparte, atthiat time N.] ,I., ,a...] From I" .F.i,.' cession was to pass .4t eight o'clock their, arms which we have been involved by the death of the
coteder B -onprte atrcise ro INSIti.LCTl'I'i IN SPAIN. and standards were reversed, and every second late King ; a Monarch whose virtues had so long
continued his out-door exercise, i the grounds The Journai of Cadiz, of the 25th ult. contains maa was supplied wii(h a large wax taper, light- afforded the brightest example, and who bad (l so
attached to Longwood. "His new house was two proclamations.I The' first expresses to the ed.. A whole hour now elapsed, whiclh was not- long reigned il thei hearts of his faithful pco-
nearly ready forhis reception, nrr.l it iii e'.i y troops, and to the city, the thanks of the King for marked by any incident except th- crt-nd ...f hr pie.
expect ai .their good conduct ; the second, is addressed by ;-c',.-e er liii; ,' H.- ,, .b ,U|| u 5i-i. .I.'I ".l., "', CT::r. ihis Majesty flthat we shall never
peet a mostspacious an .,,m.,us man- Gen-Freiyre to his Army. Letters front Cadiz of t .,.'Sau.,,, li, -, i, r.-il i.i. tt-,r-J, fh it1 I,, .. : .1-. I.. -.I.i, ,-- in our nimemiories the recollection
sion containing, with a ball.t:i.)m, i 7 e tll:clr thhe 2 itli t ire the- f:ll 4mmi n d. til. J.; ,!d,]i; t. e 0 rti i ': I'-i iii ii-. i ht it r,. t-uJOn hi -l 11i.th. ia', i.-tisrigs which we have eninv-'i un-
.-O Otr.''' c luot, 6 u t l %iiciti .ir Ut'FS h.i in O ,,Jl i i.'0 i iJ. i ,,l-,'1i i '. 'n ,.,L. dr. t r -; i t I i % iri,,'-.l ,' i l.' r, mill paternal Government iil l. '-
,,. C ,,r, SchondichC ti,lil, ;._, at b' r "f t-i l ,,l r,,-:i,,,h I. :--,. ,Ita ; ti.m -., 6 il ..a t, pot al 1al r ,i,,intg w Mh se long aid eventful ruign
Pue-C''r; crndcC tel?. i-a > ;ie:.l'avereavei' rii ]le 241,) a'S :.it..' a. t'is"*rih ti n *ri 1.', iii'.. Ii. rnj l. e nrrii, i'' Ia i in H ..*:iijn l r ,-I.l. --'1 -r. n ci]..i irraits
B i'- l in iin ii th (2.11 ii ; .i i n u a r y Ci i i ti i ivi ,in i i tu, ,I, ( I;. : a- ,-: ,, h i ,[ Ii, i i.f ,. : v 1 i f.,i i l, t J1.1i : t 'ar*ii ', ,l > ., l ,i. sa d i a -
It is r:la'Ie in hI, Liverpool p'-ip rt', tih 7 the ;ir- ; 1-Jlir, rs IftiI.- rt. i.L3 it 5':-,1i .t 'ml& J i i hei hr 1 hi i, l .:. ,.1 L.V- I l t Ill| t t' ii l i t,- A t .' i it i,'i i d ii'.J. L .".Idl i,-" aIi cct ssr'.,
culation of forged notes is movie t(. ftio d, t tan s-Itti r.it St..\,itti ,. art''d a'.jI p.-II l 11 ,,:L I. ,. ,er ,.,, wil.' w .l t.J,, u- :.. I tr ,I ,1 I, i i.-1 ithe splendid achievurents of ;,1
.tany formerpa.id, ini ofthe'hl ll ;iur- % ,- I .,f L|',. th,. C,:,r, t- Ih, ,0-.1.r ,..1 tt,, t.:, .1.r i ]il. I, r i,,-] ',1 .I- ,.'.T and armies.
atrganiytro, 'iur,.: trs i l -I Li,,. th'..C i
,atany formerpesiod. tution !" The soldiers b,-"rj2-iIt two, smatl ,hI ,.'',:L Io ':or0 it more striking, a more deep. To add to these expressions of regret and
Th.. a.- ,-iii of the Savannah Fire, ispublish. motited field-pieces. 1';[e c.)wd proceededto- 1. ii,-1: C....-pt,:a. i,], ,than that whichaow-pre-: condolence on thiscommiion calamity, our ituost
adin a Li','L.ip:,.pl.ipr p oi'-tn.'a lrintci I t briiaiy. wdrds the barracks ofSt. Hiele but the soldiers 1"'1t r. _. Al ili I is di-tii.'ji', ,r i a r''. .'Ir "',. ,. ,_,'n it.iii,,,, upon his :lajesty's Ac-
Prieee of .rtI's S cks, Feb. 17.---Three per were already under arms.: The rebels were re- stati uiin ,..a ,,,,, ,b h ,:, j..., ,.i r.. i 1......... :fhis ancestors.
O,-t ie d i Rno .I ceived with a sharpfire; they returned it for a lors, p.-,,i .. I.. .ii, sil.,ni, .IIit. 1rIil-Ia- '" i., i 1, M i,.t, t i,,,;,-i .,i -
-cent.sedude9, 637-0;dn.con0ls, 633 moment, Butwere soon ,li.ici,.J, after leaving nying -. i iit,. the corpse of a i-.,,_,' i .,0.- rance ofourloyal and ii -, t .i,,,, to
fourper-'eet.. 7718. fourteen dead and a g oa ri't'rm'.. wounded oi arch, so lately the fountainof honors, but now a his sacred person, and to entreat him to hbeilieve
French Frvids, FeQb. l.-Fivsh perr cctit. 73f. 1li.; -f:r.uii. I ii. ;1 tij, lit 1 ht -ih '...ij H, ..... .. ir iii'-,i i,.,'.' h fi'he lil.Oifi n iij.,,hi ,-'.n- that we derive from the experience of thu pa't, ias
C.; Mix S k 1.137piat50 A .i6 O.'il 'l'.i d l- i c -. t ,iiut o .,l 1.- l.. Ir. I. ,l~hi .- ri t-. ,'- ..;..111 .lu,:. i i wells our confidence I li l .1 .i : character
"9o-. ; ThrtK ,t- .i 1. 3ttI. 50 t hiiJ.'. I lhr tru slrtll l' i- th.: ,;.ai I '...i ,1 iii .. ., i i Ir'.Cl",.h, ,.t iv ir- 111 r.I.m.i, '. i'. and virtues, the firm Il.... tti ii ,, hisr Reigni
A iL tiL p| .t.< il ram l.i t P ,-)IA Irt.c i cndin Zll i il lt cs .i,.t ,il ,1 '., ,..,,d l-,. ci, 'a- ,, -, he on- r',, i,,, apt- ,iili.,, t it- tI in .. .,I' .1 fl'ie, ,I be marked by a t:i-,ti ,- ,i. ,,, i ., pro-
.b --lo 1at,' li J id rye, i) 2. .ail.l .r is. 7d p ,onti, .Hi I i ,-J' 5.: pI. i ,r*.!-,.-- il- r 1 ,' '% a,-.. n''t ll. i u, iii 1...1., .i:'' I it p,,-1'- mote the general prosperity and d i1 1 1. .- his
y .11( ,,' l il ., ->t *. i r h !]i .. ,* a p I u nk% ..i; ,.llj I-. ...l. ,li0 li.. L.; jL.ivl,,tdih r. .'I .:. l,:,,; 'd f r ,j,' 11:,p .*j i .,-1 l :,:. ,,.1 p eo p le. 1
dtia 1 I t 1 tiIcltic I. ', -tr r ,do iliu.I i I, I i_. Ih .i ..'l Wti,.d O.:, ha i.d ali'..,i at X\. r.s '!u- C that l' t I" r-u r ld ,J t t l :.- p, ,i : .,.Ii: ':,-', Inthe House, at the ii,,iji, -I of ord Cas-
t.. IlMiiiiil.S, 'tiii, [ltLriJint .iti.. l ,.,jlt thbe 10 b 'ii:.--" 't ilsr ':tnC i t1',IIi I, ,,.,r, |, if- tlereagh, w ho w ished tinoe to consider the nature
coMUNICATED Fort Tl tE COMiSr E RCIt A.rt DVIa AB L IttiSt.l. l'oii.hui iii Lit di ., ,c I. I !;it, '. i.. oops. ,''*top s ''i -" .,_ ',,, i ii.'i r i- 1 r t, I.,. of the conse intended to be, pene, ued, the further
E extract of a Letter from 1L....I dated the Twon thousand of thie m ,i rr.ni r.- I 'hi ,-rii: proceeded -,,.: ,! "i i ,: -p l' iI.'i:,,,..I ,. 1 J I. -.J:. consideration oftie _l i..- wasreferred until
19t0i cf ,'ebVrua,' I 2.'r. from St. Ferdinand, [.i- 1.i. i I I !, -ith to re- rambling impulse how to think." t tir next day.
To-day scarcely any thing has been done in establish their authorities at Xeres ;'but fitdhis'g he."..- ,Jlit.' *i',,"i.l. J persons of opposition Livceipol, IF'b. 19.-The Spaniish inurrection,
Cotton and inferior qu-.Il t .|.'-c' Ill-,, ,',i. if- there superior for. .. t* ,' .. ,. i,,t. i s le ofl who had come to pay their homa-' IoI the mn-nm- *, hi to thie most recent and best authonriseJ
ficultyof sale. .W e ,i.1. 4-u P,, [Ii..l if p'. l ..,'- destroying ;', LLi tI.C i L I which i ,'I:. .. ,. ,,. ,,, r ';,, ,t t ,: ii iaccounits, still ..- .I,,.-, 1 -,, i. : ,, ral
at 1 10. to i.d. a i.- .. 1 il i. I l-i' I ; t1.1 passed. On Hi- hlt ,:l i .: :- ,j i threw LI-', L t-', L;,., h Lail., i in _l l I 1 I Freyfe W, i ..Ii,, ., 1,1. ,, ,0 1 r,. re.-
J i-I .I-id. r :. i '-. i, '. F-,.-.i, Cin r .-., ,, '. '1- Op Corta-il .m a, t 11 t :.. i'. ; but I 1.i i ii .- i. : 11 It l....- 1!. I l f..J .1 tront 1. ,il .t1, 1 ti I.,,- [, h ion
i;mi is. [,i .ri il i. t Ill ..1-i ,.ci,,. l, s, i-,. ,.,- t,-1- 6 1 -0 ., i i . 1. .i.. th e I., ,- ,J ,t i s is m. -,.i o f

Rn ii ii- t i:I u i i :cr iii.- ri -la .In r; .I r .- ii !.. '.i r i l ii. I, e ] h i |. ]"* t lIt .l.i',-l-' I Li i- 'r .1. ii 'i' r 5 tl-r.1. 5-l I-. ittiln th o the r ai ty a ird|. eople, i n[ 1111 ietl Ice..
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1I t' r- 1 I 1 1.'- ,1 l ,, t -' h = i 1 i ... ... i .1 ill til *o s o f I', 1' l'h l 1 J r l'l *1 T 1 I ,, ,'I' 1 .. Ii- th e i o u l ,, J, ,. ., 1 i j 4

.t1,: i .ii iv i- 0 ,. 1- i .. ( ..:% ,il .. :iVr.iL ...- i .' I k ,I I ,W,*,*, .l l H' 1.1. 0 1. e .. l 'll to. ,,,, i ,11.1 i, .., w h ] .... li nchia to t h u nrm y a d p ef p le iu whieh hu
L'. .- ,.- 1:, '- -" .. t, -, C' .- I i : .I .i i ,:. ,-t. I' ,i'ob bleh tile procession i..-- is .i -,i ii:. ., ,, i .... its very justly of the tyranay nd igino-
rt]-c ,,, ti:. ', i', Jouiridls 'of Friday It [, !-- ,.. ,1- .. :,i. ii ice CGov- -Dukes who had been appointed to bear the pal, ranct of the royal counircils, arind the iburdit y of
id Saturday Thc intelligence they, bring, .... 'lL,, il ". ',1 1'. .-' -t,,'..privinu were observed, consisting of the Dukes of Wd- sacrilicinig more aslies in useless crusades against
expecting the progress of ithe Spanisih .Insurrec- the Inisrgents of all supplies fren, without. lington, 1,:i ,j-, .iNewcastle, Dorset, North- tite Soutn American culouiies ; but unlfrtuauatelv,
nlon, is or ct.,-i l .-ii:L importance. General Letters from Malrid, of the l31st of Januarry, 1.', rl .,1 i- i Athol. The canopy over tie he lropuss uo specific object itin his insun'.rrection-
'is.sEtx r,,-,i -".'..i- ult. had not marched a- Contain exactly the same details. It is believed 'i -" ,,iii by Maiti ., ,-,i d,-, ,t.ii ... .,. ....r. i.. ai- holds out nIo prospect of any
against the rLbI.. ,., IIu, .r.'r.JiL; to one account, that General Freyre did not begin his niarich till were the Marquisses of .iaall.i.I, L,. ti n.:lh,, l ,, i.... t ,', ,i i i,.l -ses to arcuomplisii. This
S- r l' i :J ,., t,.i L t., 11..' t i ll. :i-u t.. the '28th, and thathiec will not commence opera- i,, i I i' i'.i i. i. Almn.tL ii-it li t, ,,.. ,. i,. -- -... ... rich gives to itle whole re-
fI -, l" I ;t i 1 | I I-t, i.1 t I ,T, i.I l..:-,i r.-. ii ti'.-. r ti ..,, I t- n i ner having xhiaui st- t''- a-'t', l it, inposi ill- ,:i i '. ,, ,,. L,. l i b ..I. i' ,,,, ofa n t inilitairy m utiny,
Lh, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,3 1, 1, ,. ,,l eh I, ,, -t r ,,,,. ,,. ,, ,.,. ,,I -, ,,,. ,: ,the purpose ofpre..V-) Il- '. 01, L .P 'I'll ,. 11 r,., ,Jt l,, ,; i 1 L, i ,t L ', l, '', ,t., and l;.-
il,,n ri e op. thF.r h.' -', l l,.,. St,: h | -' l ... 'I- '. ,i b e In fallibly -A ,, i n- 1 l,.. i. i ll r ]. I i,' l'h 1t ii.. u D, aU. Iti_ ,-
i, IL J ,-1 l n 'M -* I JjeI' L,. .M*- I I l-'-r .r 11 il-i. .1 -C -i iv :i-r i 1- 1 7 iL AIlkI.I.;' i-'
k ii r,'i,; t ,, i, ., ... i i .,, | h ..i, r I ,' I, I. .,I *:',i :. .' L ., 'h ] '*" *' '' i to ,h. ,, ,-t Ili I-, |, i i(il r.til oe, in
1.y hati,,;, i i 1 l n *l i .. ; i i l, I .- I l, l I .i~ .. i. il!... I r.r e b-. 10ur I'.. L *If "I' ll 1 .it... It win w .I 1 .1.rtt 1-i ., 1 v. :1., I I Ill I ,1 1iy 1. 1 1, 1ii i t, .'ii,. I' Ie w hle-
si, i'..,, 1r.,. ..".. V I -, r.i., hi:,' ,: .- sThe letters which arrived to-day f-rom Spain Lord Clinton,Ihcbanner ,t m.i ,i i..i-.,V L..,.J II. ,l- .... rr. i ,t ,,', t, ,...d,!, .: e losd and no
k., nu iJL -I i1 '. t h1-i ['.ii i 1 1,ii [:. L.-I i mc irt h' 1I .1iii 1 !:.i 0:. i -.,i i tie disturban- fort; and the Banners of ] 'I :,- ,1 l ;' arti l L i h,,-.i... I h a ,.. is transacted. At all the
ftin.-, c ,, .:i' 1. lit',. 'I n I-tr either has ,. I f -A' % -Ii ':: L .-.b I- ..... n. The gov- by two noblemen, whose p-.:.,.i., r,, i-, i.... 5 -,.i i" ,.; within tire cities of Lotl-
i .'I J- rIt.ilLit0 iii i-Iro'.- ili, hMi'i e,.'iiiti.r 'ai eint has broken silence, and published, on the .Ji.t-i i |' V.-at. As soon as tti. .'. it art -".' ..I ]-,' ,i ''i stininster, and their suhurbe, service
1 th I.L,, I In O t ii.r' -ti. i .a iii ib. is l. i3 1 t, ii -tao.tu of all that happened up to the nt, i ..... 'i-of tho aisle, | .ri.m I, ,,i tr,, I ,, ,r _ri .. ari ..' T.it, .s..t. ... : ,. 5i-..,.I
.ir :iti.,ilii.i., i i p-t. nIt mh um i. ,*r. ,, 2-1ih.' General Freyre, it was said, was to set different choirs, who'were followed 1. t i, l t, ." 1, .I .' s-p arance ot tie whole city is most
,i.- cd.,,i r,.p, c! il'hi!,. I,.,r-m-'it ... -'t fromSeville immediately, to reduce thile muti- W indsor, struck tip the soler,-In. rF 1- mi .c i i ` i. --l o.1 ,pressive. The total srEspeision of.
aic ,l I l'.tl i, i lieul tI l- il! -iii :-h tne, i ut-,rs to obedience-. This event will only have know that my Redeemer livet-." Fti h. 'rim- I r,-i....... .1 i, i.- T', solemn soling of the hells,
: I II.., .-II I t i.. l ii, ii, ,,ni-. iih. ,,a i lr, ': effect of making known to his Majesty all thie ful anthem lasted till the corps.. I,. r: rin- I r t i r.r.) :. i -i'.ii h i .' a most gloomy aid m tllait-
,- :r-, l l p -,.ni, l ih l n l 1i 1 IIi'1[... 1 l. I '- a l '- s n m "i t -'c: i.iz t ,: ] l h p i ] ., ; i. J r" n lh e;lN, h Ii- rt.: l .Ll: -' I t c 'U
S 'i,!, l, -l.ll .. up. .. -, .. I- ,, .] ,,J I L i a1) ltt, iz 1- ,, l ,:' l ;: l ,Ii I. A ,t that d te[- Im C h, ll, L:i, I.-,J,.,J ihi i_'1 'l- ,o t I;- n,, .,i T i' ,ill -- ini'l 04 Il .il nt
1.,1 at, p, ,,i, ,- ti r '. i i;. 11: -ii ,.i,-alt- '. ll ll id' i-, ..al lii i 1 .thl h o,,: ., .. .cu-as- 1 i 'n-' ; N:r' iil l,, i isa m it ,snip atedlas lgtul am, .. '1 lt, i
I t,, l r l .i l I h mWll1. o f i:- i l. : ~ pr r .-'. r I w ,' I l l ',' % : : 1 4.1 : ,., ,. 1 C h r I s l e o f I 'll". ,l, l r r -.i 1.i ,f S u _,- .. h, [1 ,,_ ,_ ,' io I '*, 1 -- L r 1' 1 .-L lI l l, ..s m a -
: h o ,l ,, n i |.h Y r r I, L l ',: u" .l" M ." l fI ,- i l 1 l t u l r. ,s ,t h j i d a te r "i t L I ,l P l r .' L e ,p .. l, h i I ,.- f li i. h,, an J', -1- ( *P ) l, l i n : [1 -, d ^ i o u S
li.f-' aLL ,,p \. --, II t., e o,> 11.^ 'in .,1.1, :.... I s.. .*..n L. ..I,. .:. ti,.: 20th. IP '.' ^ 1" ,;" u 1a it i i ,. k sl i, :. 1 l ;1 "P ^ t n g t t1
CJ 16 1. r ... i 1,. J Lj,. I ;bro- arid suffering,' made a great person of HisRoyal Il i;,,, ., the
-2rhl. i"' piPn-ru-:, ia l ni.'t lrr Chic lltA.t I ira C d 'a .'- I."-uktu r ,.,I [ mu'n mmci'n La,, r_; bin- atid stif'eiitg, niade a great Int. .'i,)n ,,i |,'
i o ta iu ititI.i-1`:li i t..r ilia K .t Ii ae.taos-i i to h r.s- ,1, .avoriteof the King, spectators. As soqras the processionwi f .e. d i erri. Ti P. t ,ar-. .ii i. ,.l i r .i .-hess
-iin .. ilta' it %; 'aLtalc,-, rile 1,- n t-in t,. t i,,1 in' 1" i i-- TI ,-.1f iVi. 1 pletely arranged in tnithechapel,-thn'Deat-.l\tl, ,, her Iarsage I e ,icae iat 1 Ui-ti A-, I .a .,:,,,.. she
intentionwas to open the gi;t., ,,f th.. ch,-to -It issaid that the C...I. -DI,'.I. a,,i,,.,-,I and par- sor, assisted on this occasion by the .i....-t.,,iila, ', ready -. ,,, i. l, .t i. ,i a In ... .ti h quick-
ticr nu.!s. l l .;:in,.e't, was itu 1t t, i ut not ticularly Sir Henry \I :I 1 ,"I .I lueal tihe of Canterbury, 'commenced the se ,.'..' H, 'st rm aoynIt I.... -, h" .th his
a--r-'governmoent to issue hullotinms respectlingp1,1cifairs sefins es-eradcitc-tn.e. I.ullsst
adtcl so some lives were lost. Thi ,I.,-:o..,T overnmentoiPsuebulletins respecthgteaffairs IPsalms were then haunted by perhaps the finuist" ,, .. and a
"ys, foturtmen of is followers wc-r' lill., s.I of Cadiz, and we expect to sae thie silence broken, choir evr heard i it consisted cm se'.. p,,,.:f, i ,f lon ug, in his right breast up to the hilt. Ot
mr ,, ,,o.ua,... d. lie tiii ..11f made his escape, Jm ittr- .. ,I 1 ,, .. _. ,,,t i,,,i,,, voices of the Chapel Royal, of St. ais ... i a. i-. it.tog rite wound heuttered a cry aind fell sense-
tadit I.Ia..,nt niad %,.Ii-.i t, .1it ,Id u-,, i t p ,.' .- .. The ml, ih i ,l ".-.- I t .,,i h, it;- r._, 'l l *, mt,. i, t, p ',,- .- into the arms of his servants. The Duchess
Prm-i. Tineg iuti' amccecrrriaaiarid ttr,&,itil
t.u l a~t..;. d3 ^ h, [i.st J. r -I' ,. 1 ,1 ,,,,1i", 1> a : \k f ,'.h .,1h- it l ,i : I ,,) ,,, h ,, I I,. ,,., i ,,,. \ .. ',, \\ ,. h r. r,. .. rs.lf -p r>n g o u t o f t he c a rria g e a n d d re w th e
.,].] ,.1- 'a ,.,'li.nilt ,-ii Ca~.'ii, :. u,il 1 pi. i.,.. I lM,-, rg, "T?; .i n ,,lh.. ii, .la L) i .' i ,, ... 1. l, ,.r.- | tn-'t, ".I [\ n 'lltl. ,i, a. tl ni d .,l. n~u *, ,, .*i,tn,- ,=' '. "*" fl,. ',,i D *l" ,"^ ,',. r '* *,', ,.', xcia.
i La i m, i a : l i i a t C Is lo l:l I h i I n '. i U ,i .. H li t -. i V. t I. I, ,. ,t a 1 h | l .. 1 i c...." '1 1 o l i l u r l i -" [p n g J r o u o l r c aJr r i e .a .r.t
tilt a-ii,1-10.11 L; )V~fll Caioci i. mtIl.lr jri tu0 i mir'itlJ [ti m-i sth u IP.[ hm- n i.' In ei wi .,- -. I ll. -j ,
it r .L o -t ca k1 r .n i Il h --I ,l p .. ,, | L ., i -, ,, _h, I J1 ,I hl l l I t t l h I I ., ,u h1u1 ,1 s :. j ,1 I t,_. Oy.'d i hl ,. on e U l h, ,1,,-V 1 L I, .1- 1 I ll,, ,,
tai r otim-ll, Ci.'.ti i pI '' i'-i tt' nitti.h a; Suirgeon sent for. Tire Duchess ner-
i ,il.. ih, .,h,.l, it would be hazardous to af- thor eC LI,,, l .1 -1 '., 1 t n1..l t. Jl I It anthem of. Hear my i, t ," i ',, chl p ,- th c Su,, t rgeon suint totr. T he Duchess no
firn, upon the aotho:ity of such circumstances as : ; t i J, r t ';.|' ., l ,i u. i ,,i i-,,i tunned that sublime piect,- ; l hIt .,-,,i a Cict -,'i tI1f",i te couch of he'r husba ari. ri'heDuel
have hitherto taspiredthat this revolt is likely .l e..,, ... I.,. I,, ,, .- i tiea aten. At the concelusiono ... 0 o was a thOpera, arrived i,.p t
torbe suppressed without bloodshedl; and when lonSS'! ",., ,, .. t i. '<.,.ill.;,, ,,f a ,-..,t'. '_i, ,- I i .- u, to the last collect and I ,ig, tic u Ir i, companiesd by ele Duchess atdMadet
Cm.,2 '-,, im .,, I .;i-Il1-'c dfranto on hpth :, ii. *.i ..-m...,i, tobe s >cetyo-ry <.r. w. .... -.1, ,[ i uerial a thent, composed by-c b l.dA u i ee n msar se'tint. fM i P* tsvuier caipe f. o-rtlyaftemrS anrdsi
.:xa v. a1 i..l, .ihit' r. ,^,iv whichi may have coast- be decided in a l avw da ,s ir the Cucaao ,n.s ,,,1. i Ciarolne, vas'sung by. the LolLU band e' due per- lThi"!u;ie wStg bled i,, ,,,,i ,* i i' up.-tres i
--1.r,,: .int..dJxi,,i;,,,,:.,,,,|crhaps, ban- mmnrccsuferss:,u:i:i .,ll- ,m: not paid. c l ton, in-which thes voices of tite boys 'li.e wmetis she wond wis a'ainar tion .'i un-
roomea .... On ma p' tr -Pr-irate fL/rt employed, was a masterpiece of u,! ,licit tewashea mound wit- o -

intl.i ..i!,.' ,- extracts, fiemc the Paris Pa- CA ItZRnE Pr o s', Jan. 21- 5-. cha tinrg harne iy. tr alh'i milm,,. ,l J ,,-. ,i ,. I, i. ." ,
pets whierl ecere received thi. nr,,.,t.,,, siB be lThe Revolutionary Ca1onel DosN- _, ,." ,I "U ,,1, ,, tri [it4. i, exclait ; .. /D-
foqnted a:Proclamsti tour Qem,..'a, itt Gram'- C'itwu^,m. being tire -., n'i; lday, this wV. t h nliari..h i,',., tn,.r li.Is ] uo'gol.
nil i' Im'nt'.s.&~. tV5- kmmi ''i"rlc'i. ,i 'a i illS. ir-iia,,'iittfi,'''t ii,.h,'t-li i. iiiiemd.o.ittii 5trt ,asibin,, pr ct..i. Eo.i 4 'sncni-fscems sr tsp rsiis--JJ
u',)" ..I. al.t.i.. i,1, tt' -' ( ',iii in a,,, .- ti ,'t t ,',' m i '! i li ''.U' ;:' c I i ,':nhih m.e Ot ,.y i..tu, .t n., th : l *elln boldty c ecs tht h- haa c -err ro h
"t -. -n s -i.... .. ,..h.1 .st. ,. ii in lc ,a ,t i*itee s1 a as as
nA ,j.l n Lu4 :.- : aa,.l i n '" ce tn r l 'i ,' n-r r" .isrro t, in s ,h
"^,... la datvo r hech ic iry' fi' ,: rste r,.esuof his l ,te ty, s t tlrn a- mo.i-' > Is t, e in r,,n lI, e,, o.-t e Gas's ,
r' ... 'm':n,- aro in Itit icm,,r t I U ,i,[ ,(,Ian,[ mol ,ii ,'. ini" I' it -i fn] m itil u 'uil Th is t his I, art-i nvj t larte, bhat ht' had ne lit-9
.ith that I i ,' I t.%" 1 Pi to 't i iiitt S ,, t'- ... i "c i ir '- ," i mat -i, 5 lt I ', I-i nthe l ct o ie. -, 'h -, ii iu e cat,., i, i -t Imiurder e ite 11114, and thathas had
m s ;i,. '..; ,l, : .. ,' -t i,,;. 'is le i s- o'h, c at .1 ;T.. i.l ,,. la ti t ,n r, ,ttl re '. s- ra a tpo er,. Sir 1- g t ttlt.in and t9 Messre tor alyas.ca,. it- hi-it ih f ansoa-
Anid t n rt it?.'. :'". "' t tfalu .s h i,.c tv.,utai, and.1, p ", i, ,,. i so urde re e sin e 1r a d th t he h cid
you w-redcLu nJ.,il,.t,,,,.;,,, .",-,.1,:c nIi.,l,-,:, ,f ......read t t e titles of his late M ajest, bas in a voice' .stia ht* King on his ,.t ,' bus iam, hi arc
-o -. Place] natvorir Imead by else choice thi-rt sLon U-ivrer t .... ,. r ,.., r- ,l tese firnittiar usutl. ihis I cmi ,,u iui'.e iS t ri e:ouate a" h, ,,,-,i .-,,- reso "ved a-
of t.i L. ,- o tine army- I shlc speak to t o e o comranded by a ". i [h the exteminaaot of le L, I s Om as h' i.
ith eist fraktk.-sn thigicht ought to exist bet, eetn ofi. cer h,, c ', i t ,,-L,",:i I. ,' t ,- ,,, J, = The br' ing concluded, Mr. Knyvett, pl14- yecnrgestoftlu f ,ii s 1:.', l ', ,r; t'u,,d i s lld.
-.. .... .. ,.. -,h e ,, ..... -, .u.'.-,- soos n-ispens hi.,. u ,,, ...... I r ai dofgi t
t i -. -,,... ,,lhvee.m, ,. -r itv ',,,,,ur tee sq.art'e of -,,m ',t ..t,. ;,o,, l.a II ii n cty,:chsescmeiderin- t. tlu utb, i. u, ..I. T S er-
toils wouLt be cunipicted by Iant ,',i iih ; ,.',, !y ; (Ciclls Anei )t it. i; .. ....... rh,. s ...... ... ir. ,i,., n t 1,. ~,l. y O h ;:
youi aw.'re destisred t. ._ itt,. ,ii.,i' is b r 1h, 1 K'm ,, t te 5" tntth'ie tinil i I. t :, .' Ct'i!iil istnt I i- I ,,c.c .m...t a, ', :'I m., en -,i ',t enrO "t I. -~lnr fsi i
ot'in <4l Ihamctr~ .,i'' r nmant ii ii- Ii st' ..l ive s',,in',t'li tt mii a ,it ',, l.-u-,i....it \,,,,. u it hhu-a
p rri., 0, .i^ ),-o. make a conquest byii T -, ,i,,, i,, "" : ; ,., ,. ,
of thmc Coluttic's-a mthinog cvhkeh is st~oct' 1reoti ,toe-c,'i -5- lt,, .,,r ,c ,, e... it, t, iiin i ml tii 5 ,' i.s'..I L' ,tsI a',.',-.a,, I a' tire hiri-side of she"
i!ttpo."eil it:= .t0''n ui anet u -',,I ,,. : -; 1 r a -i,. -. i,, i' n et i r -, i u as ,t.,,I ,'i..,, t ,, m ~ ill fu,,,', i,j1 I ,. !,,, o i rdi- e h r w y
ma i i ro I i. "di a,. re"gaic' I' bit remeder~ed t ,,Iu, ,U. 2, Lh, deveLhw...v.y
rad~i htard .siawry,, uirde.ra ty- Upemnthcernfor'tns. ,ci,,., a nihin.t ,'hy r itihi dec-sty ansd Itoartfelt ...", t ,:i -m ,, nitJ, -'cJ TrsfIne Duk e sty.irideias6oeori h
rantrica! asnd arlmitrrr'y tio~vertiacitt evwsilci hit. sir llarr S~~e sonc vs-ri cwe,,/I. 1, ,t' i.t', p, i t ,', -. -i.n' ~ t.rsso i aet.~re i
poses at i-vill of ni e ~lt:or _-ties, rise existenate and pe~rsed. The mar1s .. ,, ,i ,1 _1! -. ,,,-T... ,i


,, n ,: ,, [ I ,,.,,-n,.t,, -
ti. liberties of ths uiltappy paia s. -t,..-- -n,-1-r tile C ,n Lsai'es o police. ii ;- .' ; ;. i u VI We have received this monintingr tl Paris p -
SSoldiers, this Government w iias about to de- ir, l- r ct c n tu cunriscis I posity.oie 0h e i L ofs.eeing.TIa t-... I.. l : ,. but to shed '
-. ,,t .!I -h ,i,.0 ieffiained Ch tu:,tnill t ther O,,S-Sj .. .= .. ; es eo ue day. aThey e, e of r co' ~ ldl
stro" ti'e :, C n e n ab ou' ; '-" t: .b aso d t n-ine r aI hwa on. in iltn. a ttlcar over tih, grave ofta f.t-.: J i- person welay ey 7a ," ot' c .ourst p"atlltt -
sT .o y 't ,., i., trlcrytu.. r ad t it nine nii ,i.: it i rt tiqiil. ly interesting, [or they com unicate- a variety ,f
I.s.t pol, anylgrto ndur," its ssc.. The people of La lialabutn-, by evecy n,,ais t ITI ,pl,-.' -- facts connet-cd with the assassrinaion of I.is
o-n she ninebha11.1, violence A m i' in their power, sto-in :Ral Hih
>;*d,.,,y l h, IbrNew- ork; l'ti> arch, |,., ,.rL,!,: .,; I-, "Iyal H ug'sneis the Duke de Berri. Among the
r'ov' o n- l only din ta ol ., ,I .. I ", 1 ', i' o i ti s unhappy t., I "i u i tov"."'-n .t1i, torioik, 2 tl ih ;' e : ae ., ., -, ,tw.-,. most.impurtautl of these is the unden ahiu one,
,proruek:., n'tist C:r r.,i..h.ne Sh r ,- -, ,,mut the which arc ;t 'surrourJIe!,n are, leaai.ttri i.g tt pttia, aoer; V'ahcr;, lIon:ay-, Qcieeqc. -teiiut tle ats'ciu ls crim s was c-onrUitted fiou po-


litcral" tt.ti- ee. Thit aiarffniug truth iaae d,% ,
tslctly LinIt'" J, not only by :ic'r.1, V rt cr 'CIto
twvo chambers wiho met to I,' .. .'m.-.i]t,'.
upon the naournful occasion, r, t ..-' '.uP, "
by the m., h-'r..; .f, in the : :.. ''i. i-- r,.' e,
of his ti, .r t... Ii... Add'res: .- 'I 11 t .p i- ', : --
" The Chf-rravnr s xnnot douki," ,l j. \i l1.,-
ty, "th, it. I- ,,its. as a mran, antI actiga as. a
King, I shall adopt every. necesea: ,'.sIt ii ,
preserve IIl.. S, ',!: rf e. (- ., .. '", ,' :.-', of i
t'lU too f ,r,:.,'. 'L' ,,.. r ,. j r ii ,", ,' r t,.,
daM/'." Illr .**-t--.i, nh,,.., ll', ,n,,, ,] .I. ,,. '.]i.;ii.
.- th I- '..' r pJvate cprs ... -l.t. pni
, L 'it'ti.,. *.. .,, avow eds tha" I 1., i ,, c .- 't i]i-
-l",lll i l.. t ij', l D ,, 'l ; l .,: ) ,,t .ljl t' h~' 1 T ,1< ,.1 |
' nii ln ,-,I-' 1 I.r 1 iit ,h i it, i J 's ,1 it:-
I.v ii~l. timui ii: thiin i. i nce s -t >.l' j|i'i -Ciii l
t IC I h !"c.... t, ircessity ,-4 al-in Ioii.4 t, I
J ,' Illa: ..'
mL
Th/e Court of S'..-.',,,.' ,. n, ii i i i., ,ur
ilh- last four de& illi tl,t. i, l .'1 f W-Art r.,
f(idiowir, who was arraign,"d on a charge- of
'M 4 1.,;!.. .. Hii. if", .L . .I ,:' p .-.i-1, d,
i .,J i ,. ,i ,.j r. -,' i 'l ,- Fi Ih ., ,.; a A I t i,.lli .--
I ii ili it i r. .. ,s .n1i ', I F tii .: ai .:- 1, iI', b
I.;1 l N,, arl 4:1 \ .ll rl. [ l .hl t. I-n. I; I :,, i, l-
; I 6, O -li. J, ,,. pr, %I. I I J,| .., -~ L i.,, ._l : I ,-.J..,d
.I,,,L 11 1 ll.-" J. ., .3h L\!. ., P.v, F' (. r w'u :1.,: r
J.,ii I .iini p.,i,, .l.. l iih'J. i. itl, 1...Iii S aun rt-
pinool.
The. first three days were cor&u a,.1m in r.c iv-
ing testimony chd in deciding ,tnp-1.1 -' I- .-
Y.eterday.was entirely devoted t.' Ii. arcimni i.,
of Counsel-D-lvsD B. OGDEn and rilunms A,.
EImMEsrT, Esinrs. on the part of :r. r pt.-.-.r,
andl GottO GitirFFIat and Jos.n VYtaLLS, ksqs.
on the part of thie prosecirtioit. The .Mlayor fin-
irhed a very abLtk h.ii;, to tlhe .luy t ib.ci One
o clock this iiui.. n';. Io. verdict h1 nd 1 _, a. n -
turned, when our paper wen4 to press.

T'i,., L.il 1 tq f-l'.-p,:,ii[,: ** 2i ', L lt. Ern,: Sh ,'.n
R. ','A. np i. ,," lI man p in-v-l :I.'lt h '" ,:. ih.-
i-.. 'ri 'uin L-I' Liii' aT n, rji L,., o. er.' a I -
I -[. 'i t ( r. N f i. I l> ] [I Jii-I Jt.nii NI. -1,,
( I 'lI. ..' .,i ..... iN-,,h tlr, i, Sam uel I'ti .n,,
and Alexander .M. Muir,'Esqs. of this itnv. irc
named ini thebiti, as'the directors of tIhe Coiipdinvy
for the ye,. ..a1.
Fi .re.- 7, ,,t.7 and ,I I,.,..la t 1 e rrni K,

a fire buoke out in'the e l i..., 1i.1icii .linp id Nlr.
Thomas Barker, Bower) -I.a, ,.. Li. (a a's
and Broomce-streets, wiich, with a pa.t ..4 ile
materials and'tools, was -destroyed. '1 Ab .: niif
l,' -ll 0 i ; ':- i i :t ,,j ;i1. 11 [ f, i i ..'i., i[ir'
.11. rh 'j 'lh '- I ""~. IM r. ."d ri l
.-i were also eons'umed. -
V, regret to learn that Mr. Barker's loss ;
great, is well as that of IMr. Iardenbiook, one ,i,'
our mostrespectable citizens. Too inuch praise
c -,,,, t i,, I.., ,? u i ,, .,, L.^ ,r F i,, ,,1... ... .,, V--

uil praise.-Dai. dli/i.

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h a s l ,, i 11 .: ,, ] ,' i '1'i i 'l ri "- j l' ,. i ,.; ,, ,' i,, ,ij| i |"[
h la It. .1 -, ipi -i t .M. ,-' I1 i' .i
riosrih L r.'11.1 I-.t A ri, 1- .m u -i i a
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abrud- t. t lt... i ei ui k l it-i l lt i ...i 'Ia
the ti. n : i. in. i, c, I ] I, : ., ,ti. ,
and r. I r, 1 i.l, ,, il i I,.,. i t ,I L .iijauL


..Extiract efa letter, dated, ,
I HAVAa, March 4th, 1820.
4i Ai additionsr duty iof fifty cents puer barrel on
I1;nlur imp rted is levindi-and the dpety on ,/c-
. p. Ir 1 ....' Li. '1 i ,. to pay the %,p. ii...
.l .. .... ii,.,.~ ~,~~, u.' I I -iopsto St. Jag.i.'i

0 f it,'L..t .,*-. A9,i ,, it,, N. -I.i:, L[ut-
tel ,, '. d t ;l lin- ll I --h p kI. 1-. ..il., 1 h, I ,1.


O i-f 1 iS. .I ,, ( .1 ,. ( ;',I,- I' I II.'-.L-' I I I ,O S.Ii-.-uJ1L|I
P ri z ,- > / : ,' 1 D o lla -rs 111 1 : t m .a u i. t i. I ,1 t ,,.r ', [|.. it ,: i
l sold at ALLEN 's Truly Lucky Office. ,1' t i __,tih.i- e ,. .. ,1 .1iI t la- ,- nit. t,,
*i ~~.1 l',1 ; 1 J **.* I.,. l'..it iL1iV p : R r Tii il' 1. 1
iv I E i for the sttleI'.1 no it,, ic -,uil jII ,,l Sli-tc ,,.'
La '., ii. i")-tli year of ir age, of along the same which were presented' to the comrinis-
and I ,i'-, ',,- c swhiuh site sitstamned with I,,s-. i',,,i -'I.-.rs. Golden and lBogardus, and again
tiatpatirace,Mirs. SasAIR VmAN ZANXr, wife I .,,.,',. i. y, .,,,i -.ominiittee oflast session, hereinaftec
'all Zandt, t i.. .,. hil I, detailed and noticed, and then ex-
.V ., I .,,,.. C' ,n ], I ering ill i I ....I to the-committee tie circumstances re-
she t ,,t -, ..-,,, to her- tIn ,. I hints. n tonu -u m ,m, mltmL I -.tetd ot
M r s I i. I 11'' I I l i u s I ,' il l l te d O l
ased nh ) .,: l ,. i n, I r ,',, I h .ti-le ,,: i -'- t e justice a;:i t -l i i- tl; m'" ti'n .. I" lrious
. L,,, .. ,,, ',: i -.- ,., ,, ,, 1 ,. ,, 1 otiher'claimnis aoi i t: i: hi ti .- :h W which
1"'l. l ," m l .t ;, t ,, [, I, ,i ,. ,, I.I. Ih~ a ;|,Ti.. i ,'t ,.J !,-, k i l uil r... l,, i pee. ti
01-, ,, It ,t t '- L ,] I I,1 ~ ,-- ,.1, I, I. [o vr ;n peD if
S'e r-ti [l i" n ,' .-' 1'," ,f [,,. 7 r i / _l .t' l l~ t, 1 1. l l l,.-, I.t .CI. r. u l. Ih .1

i.., .. ',,1i'.' ,, ", ,n t ider- t t te law for the fisial "i'l ii',.,' f 'i -O -
tn WI l LI t', [,-.- e conti s.
.R.tl:t,-..'- I *l k ''. '-..,, Butafter an attentive hearing and exaninat-
et-ip -l ii'7t I, ,:,.-U. I.. i 6 i." i'' fa' tI,, ti niuoftile stateno ents and allegnctions of tlie late
lu'.l, : ,,ll ,: is,, a. il' ii i, ...... -vernor, aind upon a full investigation of his ac-
11 p .I ,' 11.' ,, 1 11..,i .,_ .t -intos with thte state, as exhibited by the Comp-
,,,i -. ., ii ,.: ,'i. til l ti.[. t:, er in his report s Cb' the I .., icItur, and of
....... principles upon which tihe chargi-s made byf
,II: D Y 1. L ', Iki r Hl"., l, r I '. Ill, I n ( r ,, ,;,: 1i 1 .I ., I..t .i, ,. '.,I
I- r .. the i t 1 L. i i I. ,, i .i i '
[i ,,r l .',... I u I ,h :. 'h ...1 r t,, ,. .1 ,' '. .1 'jli ,..i ,,.i- o f hi' ,, ,, ,* ,* *'' -* '* 'l. / 10 I, :'i ''. .i r
u of Isi '" 11'I,, a m- ,
A ~,,,, 1,,,l 'I'll -,. h |I-,P- t Il 1 1i ff A i,, ., ,
1, h :h '.,:i iq ,i,.o .l 1.,[ .-., = (, }., Ih l ,Jz, TI ,. ..',U ,I h L". r. ..... E 'l= I ," U .-' I ,j = "l ;a
is ...iiI-J I and
This Report, it will be seen, closu c with a Raso- that ilnioss the late Goverior can produce uther
lotion, approving the course pursued -oat this sub- aild further evidune ofexpenditurerfr accunt
Sof the state, there must remain in his haihds unexo-
ject by the Comptroller. endedd or unaccotne'd for, the sum of.. !i "I.,.'
& .-iW, a-is stated onA the books of the Comptrol-
Good-ti'is Trial.-In our last, we statee' that er. It appears further by the letters of Mr. Ba-
tip Jusry ih this cause had wt retained a verdict- lon amd Mir. Davis, two of the committee of last
wshien our, paper went to press. At 7.i., ,, '7', i whvI reported the bill for the settlement of
Sin I t I b it 'h ri, .''I o v e rn o r's a c c o u n ts, tl i. it t,, .C r' r .i -
4" i ,,,,:, r, :.,_, they returned rl ., ni.:c ...i a.,] Lh: VicePresideot' n,., i.t, .I.,,n' t,. in,
lyr ;.i .,, hi.. n 1...J -ld" p i.i ,, trtotr m ercy. r n.. ; ,.. tL,.|.I i; .i u11.1 ihl, rn, i, .- .-
.*. l,'t ,.*., I. l I 1[ t hat each juror Sented to tile g.i : .., -,i:. c -,f ir .,i tiC-4,i' t].
snouli 'be called on lfor his verdict, 'ir,.- h.r.i .Itappears n., i l,lIt I .,L h ,,..II .... :,:: i ,, i i.
o r", e w e the late Governor and the Comptrollti, ni 0 -
pronouncud ot ..,.,,. They were again sent ral other points. The late Governor ,,, I,,- it.-.r
out, amnd at 11 o'clock, they returniedanud inform- to the Comptroller, of 30th October hlst, charges
ad tht Court, ,;hat they could noter grer. Thie nh, I1- [11. ':L. having loss or suppress l
Juy erethn dismi od d te p er w uchers for e expenditures authorised by tie art
Jry were thi disnisd and the prisoner w of 12lth June, 1111, and bearing date betweenii
le!uanled for a news trial. His (c ...... 1 p.li- ,i the lath June, ldl., and 3d ofApril, 1813, to ,a
for the adminission of Bail ; but thei Court decided mount of ,655,723 65-100, being part of 'l~"-,
.. Il application. 8741 56-10O, reported to "thb. Aemshl.. :id -h
-- '_ pril, 1813. But this illth.i t .,i ch late Guov-
S REPORT ernoi, in the opinion .I1 ,.,.. .,,tiri, b, i wlwh1-,
i' : I. v unsuppoItel by proof; and the Ceonniptrolirr
,i Ih, c) r.. ,, u. w % a ,, .1,i,- ,.s h,: h",6c i ,- I. Iy c r,,m- I,t .,.,,i fa,i : i i tated in '
I i 1 ,.,1 t',.. ,. ,'i.. t ..fI Iia.,.,. h t i to ,, i -, i. ., ',1 .1 lm D ,ec .n lIr
I'I.. .L 1 ,,:, .. 1 this 5in... ies, roin pages 86 to 110, that'the late Gorern:-
'. W 4-" lt .... /' i" i i. ,, 11, i./. iir a I, I..A.L. mJ.' disposed of ... h ;i ..I .ir a p ti
,1.. ,t ,.., '-a.I r ,. c .in i t .,,in, 1 1, 1 ,_ I,,, i obtaining -i' i r .-.. 1. ,.- itis i ~
t.,' ,'i -t '. '',., -, ti ,>u-merts a/Jltf- counts wtAh iIthe general goverincmnt.
I I-. j ,,'.' -' : i ,-vtriwrzs'f:fits lut evidence more satisfactory las been ol;-
*,,t ... ...-'. ., '" r tailed by an investigiatiou ofthe accounn of ;! n
I.I..lint Li'UCly.LY ,.,' ,'. r- F -.. ra ., i- t,,l;te'Gov-rnor w itho ti state, reported al] -t.. --
That ethegontr'oveisy betwc' n e .e -hi" .i.' .l .. i ed onl the Jouun atls uf .. I' f,, '
andl the. late governor Tompikins: tc:o- ,,i.,i, I 2-23 to -44. and 4724o t .' 11 t, '
(,u -,,i t m,. a.m, .. ... ,i -m.t,, -whiph t le 'patr- to thin Ce inptrolu ict s letter, of :Ah n I ',. ,. ,.
tJ t u '-'- I a'.' i h,. i. t. i section of the- to the latec isvi>'y noi' tiu hieh all thi arccut' ,s (,i *
1. 1 ti ii"l ,1 i., i. i .,' tilt'. j:..i- in ,, iv i 1,,. .i e. rnor, up to their ft l anl tlit ofh 7tI
theS :., i. :,,..'. l ,,,, t,,. l ,. J l ..l\, ,, n l,,d 1 .1. ^.i,t ,. -I. I ,.. 1 ,, ,, i,. u ,' ll ; .*U ld 'X;
",. '* Jl lp : .ll,: ., .*l [ | . I H~ [*. t',, L, ] 1 ,I : 'b' ,, [ ,...l .u .;1..* i ,pi i t t .. ii I ,r. vt h r;:i fna ta j a i. lar tS ]i,' l'thl o. Juir J' i.', .,t] 1 m pril, in I ,, ,
hiir,.thitt itinyrnotoies walatevet;!, > ,i Ib, -cc ma..,,:, .c,1, it of I tl,3,51i3 24-I-00, liav',e been shiamie-
ed turd obtaiiedh by thi" late guveuinr onurhis efedited Co hnin or suspeudedi, which might Inac -
"' .''.'"". -. /u,.., i n ,'' and that thrnisefore ino tei nt ants pribahlyt vet-re included in hic Croit -
..' i'i .. r. .-,,. a ,ims h...be ahluwed to..hhn lmn- ttiller'irr eport:cf si of April; 1813, ,as they a
dc 'r i .,*ir,.i .. "- of a'desriptail *iotit riseti by act'ron 12tI Jot.
Whiie on the other harcd it is maiutained hy-s.h. 1S1-2, instead of -. ".,.I ,. ,r-l.i in, as satstd I *>
la-te governor, that all mmuioi.s obtained uy hitii tf tohe late .. ,' ti,, hiring p. dihilerrence iii-tiad .'f
the gvecrnmeet of the UltieLed Stasess, acting i-u -'55,7i3 7n. -in,. ,ioily ,',d',35 3'c-IGO.
lite capacity of agent to that gOvernmeat, and uin e Arch dufe showing iatest lsiunbor-', al: a!-
der its dmircticic a lnd by tri hycothhe'atiomi of I strasct. inti hutc i ,,,1 i .: i n i n ,-in it'
treasury notes belongim g 10 tih t :, i,.,,:,, anid cirditei is aniexei e .. i, I .1 icthi '-
,f.r is 4ccouhit,-h every instaiicu there his pus- cmation of'":. ),,... J a arklcd / o. 1, "


5'fitn t '-c" '. m t .* c' iiteis'Fitec, averxe
rt.,n aim ,,j Int, n-l-.l i,. r.,'- .,1 I, ,i by tie lnsw ,by
0, itrct, kt-,n .iT] 1nu ;, ii had been arinititd by thyt;
- -"npu r,-ll' 1, 11, iii ,-..li,;nn ofyour cotna1itteet si t-e
late governor might have sdcrawn fcom thie treas-
ry, or bIeei ai cllowed tie sum ,-t .0.1' .U, .0.i, ,.due d-
:ing interest, or $I0-1,578 .'u', ,1i 'abii tIrhe.
sum due by: him to the strtc-a simivwhiclh .could
iir hi "e li-- paid -'iil.I i resort to loans or

t'une \ t'! i ."t '-', aud I m i tl i ii ml r ;.
I th ti ..t !.,n. i Fu i ,t 1't u ., l. .,i, C nft.ii'irt l t m -. i-ti
Ion-'-. ,- ia C V- i, I, Ci ii ,i i. t ill ..1- i. .' l, -
nil she l i ,-i ,,c.i '' i' 'a |tiad I, lt ,- -
"1J ]} I r 1 .'1, ;, "t :1' 1, ,1 ,]] .: i y ".li n 1 j'.[ii.h .
b"~ I .i u.,*1 ,1 E Aii ..^ .lii J i ] ,.. 1 1ii, l. ,


d~iciti .. l.iti r tin, '-r mcli 1,1..l, .- iri~i '. ,n the ,, l ,,l rim
*Lw -.' Ii ;n i ,E 1,. 1 ,* i l]i Ik- 11 m i !i .i

until the c. iri.- ,' ,,,,a bi *tt|h,$ t ,[:.,rn7 j, -
dicial dcci ,,i, ,.-C ,i.,wfl 1j InI .,, I h lh'c I |t,,n:
may bh in-..-.,. ,Ck .r C 1 .,e -, : I : a id'l-ia y ,hi.:.,
while it ., i, in, l I." t Ie ,' I'iiu..i I'pyositiou,
6 &1 L a t 11 ["11 "-'- '11 '10 1[I) W % $L S |OLi. 1 I h C' l- .,1
C 'ii''l ll i t r ., ic-n, i ti. i ir -
I l i n l it r e1 5 .. mi i il,"], 1, I h ri.,-
ler a .,I Ii I,. I ih" .n. I '.nr, [,) t i.-..r,;il I .i n ,,|"
r i" h icil i L, T,.'. Ir T AJ I, h .I. h t. I. ..... -
iL -.c ii...n :, b i. L'- 11 ill. Il 111 i"t ,h t h r .'li -. i i
,'i,,r :f ll-,. .. I, r l i, f L-,11 IIWU j.'lh lII~
a.1,'] c..rm-it:.l lbv !u.. | lli. i.di~rh,-ii IKI ll ', vIut
i. "' .t I, ItI. ,tL fi.! ,i ,,] hi. ; lt ll-,l t ,i I, -I
"Ip i ''itat.- o- i Iii in a ct.l-nrh itIme -- I.

C-ii 'l r l. ih iiJL niJ L ind s- I I. ii.' Ill .l i fll i tLI IIIr-,
ImlI lit .-.. 'I uli..r niipc t r.ii r jri l -,jllCa .i .-- jii l
c--an.Ji c-,.ii,,.tr.'o ha,. ]li. t i tit]ih J i dli. ir Omit i.- sx--
M.1m inn. 311- I .'ti.l..,. 'n it n c. n, I..1 I tl. pu. ,p.a of
I i,' Il [j I lh i L Illl I I I I Olt 1 IJ--I|. l1hl .T1 ,. IMi' m >|.1
not founded iii r.tth nl-I Ja ,nc i.,t i.,,iipif-.-'
it b.-,me ni c IT m: ar it l.Ir r : .irtitititti I ne i iii1nii)
,ii .< .iriii alhii si1 iit.. s.tate. i' 1i 1 .;i Ctt i,., ii ,
i i i. i nL.: f .:.- t I' .. "ti Vi h it i in.t 3lt 1." ,i i tI iL hi.t .a .
a .idJ b I".,L"- ih' fc;l ; .'emo au-Sl. .iLl ui ih, ,1. -
dii r-.iit'c !-iplf.it .-J It "t.
It 'tin ,tl ,ti em tist' i n-alhiiiiii mitt -' ,I ii ''.2t '',
0 iiirujt., l.:t, 'a'l.oeid t '-.J "t l,.ni r.. in i,,, e,,'rt-
,l,:,.l, 1l,,, 1.It ,lll|,,,||, ., ,,. |,,l',,t|,, ,j h l, ,I .f
ihie m u i 'i Ii i 1,. Iii ni .. n. h l .l r.'-
cein -l n-l ii.S r 1a L 1i it tlins l'f ', l.n ,', rii, -
1At. Gu- 1..tm iA CiIllr on cOit i..-' I i., iilll. if 1-1 ilhe
commintttee and informed him 'that he would itp-
ui.ar l r im IIe -Itfnlm litit ,11 nie Ih,t L- I jioi,,h
.ipl'ouii l. J J~e ,'c6nnilLci .,,, ,ile' 'r...,i [ ,'l.i ,jj,.i.
a-JJr tn .-. .i iititi J. tl.ae i,.t.'[m i i a a.:it n', ''l,.5 e'' ls lln
inn p ,,ph- it.i ['.,:inu S ii,..' ri cint i|- "h,1 .tni 1 ti,
:'n il, l. Ir cr ilt l hi. i ai i ",lIi i.t ,m h.,t.|,?ti it. n :[ i t l -'
na .] ud r r ulz r t o i ., l l: i [ ,!, I nt l u i i r T |,i i t l m -
r \ I ll l i I .-Iir, i [I in .1 1 1, ,1 ':'l '- 1 ,-
il ti i t yia-i. tin L rc-n ii[il,' t i ra is 11.. e i i -
r.- l l i._r, 11, I Ell I :1 L t:' I r > ,
t *1 lit, 11 *^iT
.it: i t. .. ...i "i e -,,am -, dr -si I
o10 him a letter, irtvititig Ihis t. ii.i'it, ii 1 I.- ,1 ii .,-
mier enquiries, a.ii m-a. 1,, |io i, I,,.,.r,,-t.l
%.ii. ti, he hlad ain itin i11 [o i 1n,re..i fr ,. -:. h,-
,r, the'samne day ti.r' ,7,u. ,tii,.'t. i ,.ci,,.,l i r. .kil .
I letter, acknowlI,.I-JnI ttI ..rc u ,i tIn. tc ." -
xal letters, arsh1 r,-p....;,i, ai ;tii _ii.iis i ii ;tt h I,:
i.. .. i, .. i. i i h ,> -i,.n,.,, y i -. lil.-l [.j.-
'\. 't.,,'i .!ini y l .I l ',i. i i' r,., a i .i J bl.,re
itl-' I.'||. tt' lil tlte i> i.'l ci-; A h.a' 111 it ,
Ir d Ill .l ll I' t t It1. 1 .,d 1 1, l. t I I I n -.

rlci_ 'l tl..'. i 1'I tn|. t.| m1| I. Ih i, I ay ,- b e], 'ji0
aF Jill i. <>' h-,ui,i. ,i, -s' lnm,.,. f' Lt -. i lr,eu
Iri d L- I 11 cmi t l yn llt ir.[i n[ i..e, I, i i. J i.dA
;pt.i i llh [l Mi. 6 r, r ,1 P .I 11,.1 h ,. awa.v d n .i.c h
S.,...il.l LTr t "=. .n I..i,.. ,l .'.. ; iy, 1 11111, 1, I ,, ,.h| h[,f,1
t l.r: ; am-i1 5 .i'mt]J l.' *h,. m itails .i id tij5 ,.h,-
Lurll1.] 11--
1st. ThI, ,:..ii.l; ,il-i. m -: irdue', mimi its i',i, the
passage I1.O it.' i av iii int1 ,,a.i .. rlei ,ui rn 51 f JlS
.ace llna t .
"-.H,11 ''r T h iv.-, i 1,;.h ite ,jTirr',il[..e .,1" I, ["
7. : r1 i ". 1.1 11 ..1 E ] l | .l .. ,|
o l 1it\\ h i .t r.e- [IL r.' i. I iu, t iU: ..nl i t
I ) t II, t l I'. -ll, iit o i1 t a ia ; u t in.
lhn ,'.| I'Lit of hisn .'..n~r i .i n [:,dil II.














Itls th; c4 .i i' t t vi ;-- : th-..> :1i 2 G -
v'ernor has it t h *,n u ub.ectod to a -io, of .)"3L,723
65;-100, as li- .lled.:ts, but that ar-:l *-,: vouce',rs'
",mnprisefun th:' Ca,.ptroll.r's report ',tl-3i of A-'
.pril, 181;3.:tve be n c-re ii.ed to the1 lt. Goi'00 r--
nor, ex-ceptitt% as t> to sa l of .Ci ,.)s a a-100,
aiibove sta l d. -
By ref.rc."c- to the report of 3'd of Apr'il, 18 13,
i! will I.i srin a iso, l'irut, That t!ie expenduitures' -
were! arrat:d nII..;der the dii-tbre.t satidl. of thli
.tl of 12thJin.-, it'2. An .l t!! alpei;r e:w! .;ctio); carried out in grass, without
ptirtiaiuilirising tho itema whi.'h mlad5 the dlite;--'
en: amuwnms," but i.n-a few instac.Ces. A:Ad, wl -
o:ndlv- That th; whole iain thuls rehatrtd .-*ii.
sistd of \viudihd' !rb actual e.tpiidi tur o to-.-
mount of -'. "l.'),J-., j e
Anil of iine .dmvarmis of caih to a-
geats aicioni('ict"drs,td aamount of -5 1,916 05r


Thea.54.1,9.6 0.3-100,or a part ,ofit may 'wave
aft;rw-ards been retained' to theliae i Goiveinor il"
Satsh, unexp.;dedid by the agets to w11om it'was
entrusted; or it wiay hiae been h'e. .unt" fior to
him by vouchers ii i.il, date l't.-.i rhe 3d of
April, 1,31;, and theri'fori, oiot now to be di;tin-.
gaishedin til !riass oifvouchers which wI. ,f'' ".
wardis credited, of dates after the idof.'l [il, 1 I1 ;.
The vouchers for cxpenditauies under tihe ttht
section of the act of iath June, 181 anmoditing
tP. "-.. ,7i 94-100U'werti all o fI cliaradter which
% ouI.. L. allowed by the general government, if
clargedio it ; and a strong presumption that they
have hcite so charge allowed to hinm there, i. warranted by th' "fTact,
Sthata number ,fthe vouchers whiclih were carried
out separately in the report Lunideir thit s.: l;n.,
andl iln ai ani ni'Jr to l. .tlr h "7e t..i.i" ..i. f-
ged to iiOt goverillientt by him and allo.,.- I., i
him there.
For further information on this subjects, the"
Connaittee refer to the letter of the Comptroller,
hereto annexed, marked (No. 2.) and the* certift-
cate of thile Deputy Comptroller aittachedto it.
Ofthe other vouchers conmpried in the report of
3d of April 1813, it is admitted il the letter ofthe
!;it, Governor to the Comptroller of ;i0th of Oci(o.I
lier I.-1, Ill j i iniililn) in} I- 1 r I l'.hliacts were
in Ili- p -r.- ,;- .. ; I n i n dn l ii i l ,! : 'j i, i re m a rk s
in ti., *- .ti.l--, i- il i 1. L i 1..lh ., or of 'his
Dvputyf Mr. .Ely. These abstracts.. would assistI
Inch inll throwing light upon this subject; and a
return of'tHemin o copies were requested by tlie
(.Conptroll;r in Nov-oibur last), anda .- ji i-n I'e-
ccilnbor, hiuttho(v were not furnished by tbhe. late
Governor.,' Yut)'r conimnittde have .al-o requested
the iiep'ctioin ilf those abstracts, but the lte
G ove .. .t ill 1 t r ir -.... ...i r .itering
into a>r e pl'nV nl', ..in ir. i -ti iI i.. hO l _- 1 l..i:t. ,"
Yo1 ..I .ji o nli.. I a, .." tla ..' ... f hull lisfied,.t
that Fi alh( L iitri L. I *I 1.-1 .. -r ..1-1. -IV.
Vou.cr 1 i: ..r..,l l,r .. .1'; -, antd cannot bU
supportOm. -
butifthere were any reason whatever to sOp-
pose that ally votirchecs had beel lbot, yx:t it is ap-
parent that thdse hIuuchris could niot account foi"
1.66,31' 21 of the deficiency lil his accounts "
becauseia deficiency to0tha amiisint arises out of
appropriations ilado long after the LUd of April,
1813.
'hus under the act of 18th April,
l15,).authoria ng the purchase of'
niuskits, rifllie, powder, &c. ,i,-re
rcmains in his hands unaccounted
for $22,!200 00
Awll under the art of the l21st Octo-
ber, 18.14, mIaking appropriations
'or pa.Yof militia, volunteers, ea ;
fi'tneibles, &c. there reigains ill his
han Under tht act of I2th of November,
1816, -making appropriations .Jor
e.,,uipltlint fUn i. t i 'ur.. in the har-
I, N ...-'. ,,: 13,36 21'
And return i- 'i.....i' IL govermnrnt
ut th-i..ln. i Ot,t.i, .r account of
Ohe samw irtirAtiong 6,000.00
." .. 6 ,6 311 2 t
WlhiCh amount was appropriated and drawn by
"I.'te governor, long after the vouchers are al-
.i t'i have be.n lhvc. .
tl i ,t been the unavoidable duty of tlihe late
.go uoti-r to draw into his own hands, the nmoies
-wbich i h '.- i..6i l vjnie. I,- lit- .. ,t ii. t.b.
" Lic serv ..., il .....,I 1 t r. L i i h ,l ii ,t ,,r '.i
c o u n i t i i l -
i i ng to the state a commnissiuion or profit tlierefor,
flur his private emnlh;enct. BLIutthe committee
are of opni':r, I'l.r ti.. ,., il might have been
drawn, il-.nd o:,-Ji lo h.n"e tCl.'*i.drawn-:fromn the.
treasury, froin tit ie to l,:n.., directly into tile
hands of persons ),iII'.I. .l' public service, or
into the hands of paymasters or agentlt, f>r its
lxpcnditure, with whoin the Comnptroller should
have been directed by the governor, to open ac-
counts, and where .they could at all times have
resorted, ,and accuitedl tfr .its.faithful applica-
Chon. .- : i. ...
Monles, howeve,.ly were drawn from the tiena-
stiry of thitus 'state, to. the amount in thle aggregate
of j ,i7','.i1 ..'-I lu, -ofte11in large sumrs- and'
n ijeI ii tOw Ol.., amount, directly into the
h'lM+- of th,-late governor, anid by him from time
S..... ', i t .r.. u ,, p i' out, (excepting ttiM sum
of $125,o29.'50 above stated, renlaining, in his
hands .unaccounted for.) This novel coulse of.
proceediig, .yoiur committee -are of opinion, must
have adIed greatly to ti,... o..ii ,iy d ..I. ... the
Jate goyerior i and -for which, your committee'
do not pell*cive. in tlt case the least necessity.
Thile late governor early in the course of the
last war,, and while acting as governor of this
CPtate, became the agent of the government of the
.aihi'J tat..:, i nd had -entCusted to him by that
.0" i n.h..Hli i.', sumn1 of .money to be paid out
:..* M. .:.;u..,, In the campaignl of 181-4. he
accepted it military command under that govi rn-
we:it, and it not being convenibt for them tofur-
uishli hli.with the necessary amount illn current
monies, that government put into his hanls trea-
eiry nores which were-.at fi small di.c.utI, i. ,me
a spcci- -rpapcr issuerid.by mnent, drawing interest, payable at short; datc,., .
tuid receivable for taxes and in payment of re-
venue bonds, and all other debts due to the gov-
erunlent. To obiiian current ninoiies for ther!n,
tie late governor left thel at .the. different banks
in thii city aud at. New-York,, and> took from
tlhem ImUnies in somne instances to their noinalt
tInontnt, arid. in others nearly to.-ini ." \,i.,,... I -
cnouut, auithoriing tie bank!; to *i i r.., Ii ,,..
nooines.were not returned within a..stated tinne,.
int ia some ciases inialkitng Iumself responsible, ifi
tlio general goveriinent.failed tp refund te *'>o-
iiies ad~va Cid(leupoil them. .
t,'romn the documiucnts received from .the Man-
hatian company, it appears t!liat a better was w'it-
.en by Mr. Monroe, the lat.3e:crettary..Qfwr,..da -
td Nov. 21, 1.{14, tu tle-late governor,..in which
he was requested to eli'ect a .loan of $1010,IU0
frun SOdme bank in Neew-York or Albany,-by a de-
pusit *i a sum -in .treasury notes. That the.hlati
y aivortqr accordingly applicito..the Manhatt:an
blnk for .' i|....p.:.;., and that on the first of
Jec:i) tilB. 1 i i '', -.e Joan was gictordingly.ctlhe.t-
eid, by ilie directopi'aiid :.ii i ti authoritypfth.f.
cet;tary of w.a, on tbo accottc ald-for to e bus.i
lI"' diei U'nited ait fct, by" the depofeit of S hltil,t *bi{
"' r. .:,/ .,.:-= -, and without any personal re-.
"i ..... i' '. i. l!.. pa.t of the late ;,...' n.. 44
c'py cf the agreiueme ,.tii'. ih- bank, signed by
himu as "" cotiilnliintg l J.I military di u i..t" is.
hwrcot aun>id'ei, maiked (Nu. 3.) "
Oil the suniw tuy it appears .that -in the sir, c
Ca]>acit.y, lie t -aY'a'tu t .p hank ai copy of[ Mr. Ntlot-
rn)eet.t Ilul,; a.'ce~rtifieate, [l,.tn thi ".i_.mi. -iJ


advanced thimn theCloei on fm .r ,'
Ift s t'.c ll ::.it'id Stairs, on his having depA it.i
ed lc i''ea-;.y," n -s ".otes, .


"- -"- I 1 "' "... ."." ... .-,"
Ol ;",' f.h Ja:aiiar;, i 1: 5, antIr loan v.-s it) the Co..siyners p riltued by concurrent reso- terms arund'uij'cl "c "r,(-! ncs *at'.f'i thi ofti l.*-,e go rver: C.: i slt ofui"hi bhing the opinion of your committee, obtained thetcurre .
maadtof!the same ta ib;,r the United Stites ot lution of thie Senate and Assembly of tth Apt.il, report, Tfth sin changed .'le .1 .1 t. i i ..I.. a. I -Iu 1,i the : t ...,ren-_, -....:r, Iihd '. I',.f cl.-, mlonies or loans in question, and not the late go-
50,(000 ; "to seetire the payment of hich, 1818i, (See Assemibly Journal, 1819, page 8..- vice ;t I.111ii be seen is .:-",,itL, aerial i..it. IsIentI iey '), because we believe that through vernor. The law -limits the loans, for whatever
"'wit he interest, tJ c said D. D. Tompkins, in Itappearsvery evident to your Committee that if $8"14'): ;,-p..lin'g l .: hr ij7.,'..,- 43. A. the agency of'tthetae governor, the state is now purpose made, too-such as were made upon.his
addition t rhis personal responsibility, engaged the Comptroller's construction of the act be cor- this is tit itemri o.lv- j.ic', it .n.i, t lh..L it,. !law of in possession ofpropeoty of greatvalue, for which '" personalresponsibility" clearly meaningthose,
forthwith to lodge the like amount in treasury rect, the relinquishment amounts to nothing, and 'the last session was intended to operate, your it has never paid any tiling, and for which he is if any, which he obtained as principal, and by '
notes," in such bank as the president ofthe Man- the claims aabove mentionedd if ever they were :onml hict C ri:-dri,.Jd .IIt. obe in a more par- nlow actually. responsible ;"1 and to which the and with his own means, and not those which lihe'.
hattan company might direct-ivwhicli' wd done' just rand proper, a.rein lo wise impaired oih i'll-. ir.i hi.anua.r, ii.July 1. t It re into the.cir- committee alliade when they say, 1 and the comi- .obtained by the means ana acting.as tle agent.
and no loss occurred on that-loan. validated. The Comptroller inhis letter of thie urr'm.:..:. t ,: .: i th: transaction ot of mittee are. more.inclined to make the allowance only of the general government..
I t appears that the iMainhiatn companriy char- 13th December, denies that any.charges were .vl:i;t 1I., ,Iili .,-'.. al. 1 he nature, terms, tfroIm the circumstance that this state has in its .. The act for the final settlement ofthe accounts
ged him with a difference of interest, on both ne- struck out or claim relinquished, excepting such and cotiditli, ofth.t.loa.as iridce by the late.gov- possession the means of indemnity from the gen- of the late governor, is indefinite and ambiguous;
gotiatiois,.between treatsury notes and *current its were clearly inadmissible Your Crommittee e Pi"r, ui Th, I tI.h I -agn-ihrv have been already eral.-government, whicb tIL 1lt go! r 1,aq the most natural't aut iri import of the words'
policy of0 1,86509 which has beea, repaid to hi-..- r .,,..iti..:I..., d:i .n- 2it thtieit r duty.tl.aiuir.rt s.i.a. .u. .Eii-!.' I i x bcib usIta inid Ly ut, I noth' and that the c niut.; act ,l In.I..:r ute publi.: "eriice," ., tlie putrlic seviceO of this .:
him b h.Uu. S tals. c .... ik' rt.. ju t..:., luiy a ld- p 'p-i / lo thie voulj vi. il-h"l lu c t a case for, tile .uit. sameimpression appears from. the expitar tid -' ;tltr, and ifany ot..r had been meant, it ought
1;I' l.- :arentfi.,ni ld.v ittii lhd New-York tchalis Idbove mentioned, as contained in thesche-; of'the general gqvernmeutz where your committee of Mr. Davis, -chairman of that committee, in his -sto have been expressed, Expended and dis-
Siatl 1..1,. 6n tH, i ,- I JJit. I i15,'the latc.gov- dule submitted to the two commissioners above icaaot doubt ha'would have obtained the most letter to the comptroller, where he' says, the buried ih the public service," must manifestly
ern'or borrowed',$5 1,00)0 ofrthat bank for the use named, for the purpose of ascertaining whether ample justice. -: .vice-presidentstlqted that during, the war, a large mean the public service of (his state; for if the
ot ,e United States, on a deposit of like treasury the relinquishnment hlas or has not beun only of Itappears thatfl the joint committee of lastyear, quantity of muskets and other munitions ofwvar, public service of our own state was not meant,
r..t.-., i.i, in .ie hli.n--'lf.-:iponi iil- for the dillffer- suchclaims, as never could ble alllved by the by whom tlie bill for the settlement of.the ac- had been procur-d by him from tlie gent.rlgov- and te- piil-lc ,eiL.:e inthlend. lft ln.li n...l, ,*
t -. I f-, a th. p,.-, ....jI. i ti Lh.- Il. oftheanTites State, with a due regard.to-the rights of. tire po- counts of the late governor was reported, had bo- ernment, and which .. ,- l i.:n ih our staiie arse- is cqu.,lly appirh tleI to IhIe public -,:r'-ce .:.f in,
anod tiit a,:-.uitoI i,. 1o lu. [It l.... sby thelet.- pl6 in the public treasure., ... fore thetaastateentorm-memorandum ofloansto nals; but the precise value of which, I do not re. other la tr, or any other go.rimnein t whatever;
ter of Art. Yates, the cashier No. 4, that there was The schedule or catalogue is as follows.- the ainountof$1,11u,000, alleged to have been collect, but my impression is that it was stated In the public service. of this state it was evident
a balance iin ftavour of tihe late.governor, on thle '" "Clainis of Daniel D. Toinpkins, late governor made by- the late ggverner for the use of the Uni- they exceeded in amount 410,000, and that these he expended a.-part of the $1,075,0.121 8,8, which
sctleiindut' with the bank; I":' ofthe statcofN. York, allowedand rl.::c...-,i...d-. t.:I.I,':u, ,,a nii J,:c.unal.:r..jalta l responsibili. would be fn indemnity tothe statefortlheallow- lhe had dir.In tfromihetreanuiy ofthisstate;but
By theagree'm int' wit th be Bank of America, ed by the C Ir..,,i.-lA..... '*r:, ui,.[t .i i.y thelegila- .ty, aided-insomi.eiinstances, by a pledge or depos- a we to himn;" and this,is the explanation to that equally as evider.l, lie had ne ter hired or obtain-
nidita o tie1ith of Decmnber, 18114, the late ture, over and alo]ue %;;:.,,41I .'1-1 *[0, previous- it of treasury.notes, tlee property of the general part of the report of the committee which says,- ed money for the public: serriceof tie state. Un-
Governaor bil rowed ufthat Bank, i15 'i0lofor the ly audited and admitted by the ceinmptroller, and government. The contract by which the loan the state has in its possession the means of- in- -der the circumstances detailed in this report, in
u'ie'of.the'UCiitbed-States, on the deposiitof treasu- '6ver and. above $136,25 4.1-100 sip;)ended by constituting apart of the above sum, was obtain- demnity from the general government, which the the opinion of your committee, the comptroller
-ry noteu. belonging to that Governinent, namou'ting' him, iz. ed feoin thU iBnk of America, appears to have late governor has not." might well hesitate as to his duty, and particular-
to $ 165,,Uti,which tile bank was at liberty to sell ist item. 1819, April, Interest and :. been exhibited to that committee, but the con- It appears therefore very satisfactorily, that ly as the treasury must have suffered toan enor-
at the market prict, "it the ,.,:, .'.L;,.,--4' i'i i d .., premiumtil on 42,157 80-14 being tracts for tihe other loans which were supposed to i,.- ,r( a in.u....r.-en lhi.Li Out ,.u thile joint come mous amount,'if the construction contended for
ii cise til e money i. i.ti', ,i,. r.. ,. i. w I. "u. .,., tbc b al an ce audited and advanced mnake4p the residue of the $1,110,0UU0, dont ap- r,. ,: ... ltLh l. iddfT i7 1L ]iat yea.;, arj toboth had been admitted. The committee arc .there-
tobe paid by-the Goveniar, arind the surplus ll'oley by me for public service in 11S'2, pear to have been laid before it. That commit- hIouses, for the passage of the law was, that the' fire of opinion, that the comptroller did give to
if any tobe returned to hiii." T'Ihere was a loss onl which was not'repaid till 1816, 4 tee however, as appearsby the statements ofsome state had the means by the possession of those the law the natural and proper construction; an"
thisloan'iiS4,411 2.5-1;4_ which has been paid years. .. $15,179 5J of.its inenbers, Mr. Ross, M. llart, and Mr; musketsand munitions, of compelling the United that he is emin,:,illy entiltkd to the i:hnksoftius
by tli,! United dt t'tes, to'lc late (.overior, and is Qd. To colommisbion n Oil$.,r55,21 King,-to have proceeded .on tlibo basis that the States toindemnify it, for any allowance it should housp, and ofth..: L. wianliiydl' [ir the firm stand
.oticed ii aoth-.i i ,. ,p..,i. '(Se'.Mr. 72-1' drawn, expeid.d,, and ac- r..onal [eifi.Un.iiini[ nof the late governor had make to the late governor : your comitiee cn- he tookindefending the treasury, and sanntain.
H"--i.cA(cI', 1. tli a'i,,". .1I, i.,I'..d 1 \.. 5'.) And" soulited.l or to .the> slate,.and for .1",. n pl,-'dgiI l inecry 1mmL1.Itceilli Sd9o the fact, notpericeite the inolrni justice of suchli an a-gu- ing the justights of tile people. of this state.
ti h.i.i l, ... ..,: .,11 .1 y a :letter oflhe ssubire-' risk anid responsi.;ility for all lolli- 1.' h r.p ...ihidtl IL .nd urdJ-:r:.t.-_,.J by them.- ment* Irey ,..n iie.cer hilinit, thatb..ci.aue, %eoi.- The committee therefore recom., '- iI tbhe
I',) uw'..' treasury. Icers and agents to whlo'm the mon- Ir.-' uii-iire Of Ih, 1-0te of premium to which it tuitously possessed the property of'the United adoptionofthehouse, the followingresolution:
By thb- agreement .with the Committee of de- ey was..confided, expenses, journ- was expected he would be entitled under the law States, we should therefore be justified in officious- Res lved, As the sense of this house, that the
fence of the Corporation of New-York, on the 24tih ies, conunand, losses, at 5 per when passed,. was furnished by himself to that ly interfering in the settlement of'the accounts of conduct of the comptroller i, rF gard to the audil-
of Ultboliber, 1: -, the l-te la governor acknow- cent. $'53,751 98. cirinniittee in his o. I L;iid I tiinc:; ,..ic.rdinzg t, th ,It i.,enr,. ..i, without its authority, or even ing and settlement of the -,.cou.nts Of Daniel I). ,
pledged to hitve .received of the ; iL i ..,,.iii. lInterest thereon, years 1J,. bO 5,'2 that estimate thie am. ,i,. pniiu1 m w..uld tI~...' rquri. l utI ,,, fact the argument is not true. Tompkins, Esquire, the late Governor of this
.'.t11,0.)fforl/khe us 6 '. th. .'nltfJ .d.it-i I..- 3d.. To Commissions oiln $2,363,516 been ten per-.centa That committee being as- By the letter and statements of the commissary state, both previous to, and under the act of
ing the amount of a loan by them on the 23d 27-1iU obtained from the Uihttd scinsbled-near.the close of the session, and in the general annexed, and marked Nos. 10 and 11, it 13th ofApril, 1819, has been that of a firm, faith-
instant, to, th UnitedShteds,. andfor the collate- Statt"s, and upon personal loans midstdof a press of legislative business, had no, appears that there are in our arsenals, only 79 fill, and intelligent public officer, and meets the
ral .eturity for the payment thereof in s.ixi montlis and advances expended and ac- means of ascer-taining witl precision and exact- stand of arms more than belongto the state ; this full and entire appri.L.a.rin of this house.
with ,lawful interest, I am to deposit with the counted for 118,175 80 ness, the irate of preinium.on .tihe several loans.- would seen to put an end to the question. But .-I
C.nltili..l.T, ;40'),00.) in tre-i-nry notes of the Interest on the last mentioned corn- Under these circumstances they directed their en- 'it is argued to your committee by the' Vice-Presi- The S rine Cot e United S,,es, el.s-
.l i ilrJ .S1;ii." .1' ..... ". i' Ii I 1 I'I. Tompkins,. mIissions, 4 years anid 6 onoths, to quiries otr.that subject, to thelate governor.hiin- dent, and ihe facts appear to be so, that the gen- ..
ca.,ni .,n,,,1.. 3d i,,,..ItI.ry district." Upon thii 1st July, 1819, 1 37,-2-25 28 self.- It appears .fi-omn the lettersof Mr. Bacon eral government"acknowledges itself indebted to ed ts.annual.session0'nFriday last.
': a
loan there has been no loss whatever, and the ini- 4th To premium and discount of .1,- and Mr.-.iDaVisyand froni the information of Mr. the state, 5,9-28 stand of arms. This indebtedness
terpst lhas been 'paid by tihe,- Government of thle 095,U) h at 2( per cent. in stock, 11:': n,,A Mr. HF].ai, that from his answer, the is'saidto arisein this way; soon after the declarao Thie account o(f th.- de-tru,,rtion of Go\. Spr.i '
Ci.ii-.. 'iStates'. Your Committee are of opiniion beigthe amnountloanedoimlyper- IIj; ....,ni we rv" : >,i:nr, that the premium would tion'of war, the late governor received an adtho- ,lwelling houses contradicted., It was tie i.:u:-e
that ,h. laie Governor, did not pledge lis person- sonal iesponsibility and advanced I not, in any event; exceed 12 per cent. A coin- 'rity from thesecretary.of war, of the U.States, t of his overseer, which Wason fire and osideri-
I responsibility for this loan and aeounited for, 277,506 00 putation. was nade by:the comptroller at the I ate draw arms from the arsenals of the general gov-
On the 24th of December, 1'814, aI loan was Intert-st thereon, to Ist April, 1819, 4 of 1l} per. cent. but on whose information the eminent, and to distribute them to the army, vol- blyinjured. I ..
"made by the City Bank of SNew-York,,in the ifol- years and 3.months, 83,402 25 comptroller dots not recollect. Under these'eir- unteers, and militia, for the defence of the north-
owing words, solved, That this Bank will 5th. .Interest for 3 inonths on $53,. cumstanes.the bill was:reported as dravirf or pro- ern and western frodritiers. And the late governor DIE D,
(,)n Saturday afi,.no.-M, at!.l 2,x'ok or d hn.erhn
lend uplln Governor Tompkins' application the 751 98-1;00.) t(1111,175 8 -1 *II, icId l I1,;:'diaun by dL t Ii l governor,.lhl. ail ,i.-,ill.th.n pulsuanl: ofhisdauthority,muskets ih.,,,."1 l hbtraa..l.,finoon, ai .elt.ltocko,.ial,,iv..r;i
=*nn r.1 i'.3.'i i, ,11 the rat.! ofseven per cent per,. and on $277, t .,I...... I of AApril, I. tU il*. ,,,:-, ,h i w..r.,- ".on his perr.:.n A d.:. w re d, .,, .1 and J,. iositad in therstatearsen- I .iisI,'i,,l't o.Ii ...... l ^. .I i,,lqt li. ,1on i: i. .
an usui ..; .. '1.:-. ;, iiniu ty days, and will receive 1819, to 1stJuly, 1819-3- louthts, 7,86 4 4 i '-...po.. i *~l ',' ",:r. ,.<..[ ..,Iof the billuntil ,- a:,I a3 th.1,vl :n .,.,,: -doutfoi services occa- : i no t an 4days :.
treasury notes tor security, ata discount of ten .-- served i. ,ie .- h .li.r ',f th i, co,.rniet, M. D.- sion required,and receipts taken. lMany of those Fuitneral this afternoon at o'clock, from No.47..
percent, reserving the liberty of disposing of the $GJ5,155 7C vis. Wi -. Ifll.[ l j : LL-,e,, I.. l 1t1 (,t i'the 1 musketswerereturnedto the state- arsenals, nJ (,a thlh .rrn-re ,,
treasury notes, at the expiration of four monthss, .',i.rr (|r vouchers rejected or if it had. been.. pa:-...J A % ti.-,, ir .. .iualI,l',.1; were not c,.i..-..:o'i or i' im c ,..n the r .lc**-i.ia'n.J -I'iO luI Jy. MIr L.LE.f.*.,9 ri.i,t,.iairi ."
if payrm ent of tit e ri l borrowed is l iU t in L..1. i. t ......1 by the commissioner, viz. .. ol,- on .his personal i:opn ,rii.ili ," ..m in the fijal i..u ment no i dI ucuon u.n mna elor 'u ,era.il ir,-i an noon u I o'ck.:, t.rom ..7
that time." The'nouney Api..It tohave bo.en 6th. lt141, Nov. 1, To 9008unew and committee do niot c.-.ih, r it luir duty to en- the aims returned-thus the gain of 5,i8 stands Roosevelt-street. -., -.
placed to the credit of the late Governor ih tilic superior .iniskets obtained and de- quire. is said to have arisen. Even if the nominal ba-
'bank. N61sswIs susained oil he' trnr"-1 -R""
bank. 'Noloss was sustained on the" tresurv 'positcd in the state arsenitl by D. But it has been stated that the late governor has lance was justly due, it is' obvious it would not Sr WashingEn, So, 14 days fteMatazas,
notes. I "I). Tompkins, on his. sole rehpon- never claimed under the law, thile amount of mon- support the charge of J.,3 17,4>.-, the 8th item in ih .c.. a[.hn i.n, n.t..7., .I. Iyr1, Wu, ( MtC.zM.
Mr. 1- v wr% 11; llv., in a letter to the late gover- sibility, cirdit and risk, and with.- ey to while he .Iwould- be entitled, at the rate cer- the schedule beforequoted-but that the whole ',tl,-G 'C. -VIaall..l, a., G.,.hli,ri A Co.
introfth.' 1'PIl, M .., !1l',1, ...i.,i, 11 ,.i t111).,.an out any authority or credit of the tifieul by fi. Brouson, ifl., ....ni.,.-TrioUn c.f i li value of the armswoyld not exceed 80,l00O dolls. 1 rIM#1ED 1i.7V.E O PI LASII
a- i.li. I.. I OuI I I .. I r l ),..... .',i .ul., a ". t.. .-iii.l i. l;..a.of thle same nuI n- *. ti .....i cI': :-.d that. therefore it was not a Taking this representation I.; bL true, your conm- .S1.h 1 MI .mnt .an n iair, 2; ..hv from Liverpool,
e,:rO.1 ..i *.al .ih e: ..'..... 'rn,...iIlie..i.- 1- prd- I.... ,il )l I ....l condennied Ham- a. ui .-i .. I.uiil, magnitude and responsibility, mittee would observe, that it shews nothing more with salt and dry goods, to Byrtes, Trimble& Co.
dicated on the preceding resolvtidn of the direc-' burghi and other muskets, purchas- I as to justify the comptroller in..hesitating to a- than a mistake in the settlement, and that it Ship Orion, Burns, 33 days from Amsterdam, with
tors, as appears by a letter from Mr. Flowwcl- ed for' thie state in 179ti, at $5, adopt thlIe views.' ofth I It ,: .... ,Ic., in l i,;ard to it. would not comport with the character of the state, ballast, gm cases and s"u'ILuii.ii.. ,i...i,
ling, ofthe date of February 4th, 18!120, to the making a net gain of il 5 -10U li regard to the -tm lj %..h-.i I,: I -.le.' govern- topersistina claim thus manifestly Ulnjust-of Ship Iamne, 1 "u onE, 01 t jii.Ii., l, u ,12 .i
committee, in which he states tile resolution and per musket, 58,718 00 or considered himself nttil..I1, and the balance course the assertion that this state has the means fr1o 0.1'ailou, ntli i[&., ilks, ina1ktn-'n, to G \%.
the fact, that the inoney was placed to the late ,Interest thereai", four years and six- claimed by him, the following facts appear, of indemnity front the general government, for any I albh.i 'sp.Ae nothing.
goverhoros. credit, was tihe only information he months, 18,.97 47 1.'/That shortly after the passageo of the act, allowance it may make to the late governor, is hamburg ship John & Henry, IIarms, 7 days
had Oin the subject. 7tih. To the sanle profit and advan- the late GovercOor delivered to the comptroller a wholly incorrect, and having arrived at thiscon- &Co. Le wiy, Bayard & Co. and toorder. ."
On the 2th of January, 1815. a loan of $5 tage on IS aO Vcrgennes muskets statement of his final account, in.which the diTer- clusion, your committee are constrained to re- Brig Greyhound, J.ateron, 0 .Ian, fwiar, Ha'lrax.
000 was made for the United States, of the Me- disposed of,in the same way and ence "-t -. ,,,,i,,i. u.i -.. u *, 1 ..'waschiarg- mark, tllt,.R rfih.: .l..,- ;.:- t ii.Iuceii,_rnii-to the Hi I 'd ) %', .V ... 17 \t[- .is p I apIh..n I CA :,
chanics ari d a .I I I 'I l. i .-. i ,,' thelat ( on the same credit, 13,?) 0 00 ed intl I.... tor.,, r,t.. I. '...'.,.. .....'nt toshow pl.;-;..e i tt. ,.i. ihn lIl.,,1:.thussbhew tohave I.,I%,I.--AJI2.da. -:' l.i \h;.;., ar.tI. h ,I i on ,i il...t
". .' il..,. o er whici hehypoth seated that aiount T i .. t i'.hercon thlnee years and six the "t..n...u ,.l' ih ,t il[..r.-i, .. i,..of,. I'Imr -prodiI- beenfallanioea.r x Andrin regard tothe l,9'ivmus- on the A18ttFeb. for ivianavh. 'The Ealaoracxpe-
Ill l...i.u.3 notes, and bound himself by a w;it- .10-.1h:I, I 3,332 00 ced : ... l.11' ih,:I .t.o,,I i: I-..-.LIed (7.) and kets ob'ainn, n and deposited in the State Arsanal- rened a severe :gale hi our bay onTuesday night &.
ten agreement, ton account for any lass that might 8th. To muskets, &c. delivered into annexed. and charged at $58,718, the 6th item iu the. sche '' ''.orn '' o'r |. ,, 1 'i, '1. "n "'-
be susa,.tine.d oi a sale of tie notes. The ispies the statN ar-nunals bly D. 1). Tomp- I thle month of July last, thle late Governor dule, thle verbal explanation given to thlie commit- c'e 'e') 'I "to C C" 'L',it'be1r l :t''i',.'%'-..-l .in
were taken at par, and no hlss was susIFtained. kins, for which he is accountable presented .to the Conmptroller a case stated for'the tee by the late Governor, is that arms were want- irg Ant Lae, St. Thomas20 days, va Glouces-
It ppeiars that il the ioiith of l)eceiber, 1814. to the United States, and for which opinion of counsel, on the construction of the act. ed for militia, volunteers and troops on the north- teL chrs Cherub, Athearn, ihalifax 5; Elza haley
t' I ,,.-. ......;.'I ,changed with the corporation the state airs paid nothing, 3J7,455 00 To this case and opinion was. annexed the sched- 0rn and western frontiers of this'State, in the ser- Cooper, Canary islands, via Vineyard, wine, &c..
.*I I .:.. .,1 ,. .i in treasury notes for tihe Asto thle fir't ilien ii this catalogue of clairiis, ule contained in this report, on which thile pro- vice of the United States, and that he delivered i-0LAUES: HOLE, Mlarch 13.-Arr. schrs Mary
like suMn ol current moiine y for the u-e cf the ni- thile conunittec have no other information as to mium is charged at sompthinginore than 25 per those muskets out of tile State Arsnals, to the Ann, Dunn, St.Johns, P.R 20 days, for Eoston.-
tedSntes. It does not aIipear that there was a- the purposes to which this $4-2,157 88-100 was cent. The case and opinion were prepared troops in the service of that Government, u inder poke, Feb. o.,hat',) 41, lon; 21,:..hir Ann, t.,..i1.',
I,,' ,I 'ieacontractby which the late governor, applied, or of thesource froni which.itwasobtain- ,*.- I .kli Ill..r i.t purpose ofshewingthe con- an 'it :ur.I ... ii II .lis ...uil e .replaced, and l ays I i.,l 1 ..trl ,,] I 1,. ,, ..t il .r ,I-l,
1. ,,'. p rsoiially respoinsible- but it is stated ed, than what is derived from the report of M essrs. r..,.:I,...... II).. I ,.- "And the Com ptrollet ap- tl..: ," l |c I. i., c |; -.J a,.. .:,.r.J .li, ofbetter quality long 7(a. Irr, l .;w......, q rltle : bro e an, a rt..l y
Ihi.I ai...treasury noteswereendosedbyhim. He Colden and Iogardus, sce Assembly Journals- I.. -I.,-i ihIv, understood the charge of premium of thar lio.?111n11h lit .JltJtLt.-d, and for which dif- ICorn lane nind rtcubbdcboktevnrlyi arl
,does not appear to have sustain any loss by page I!;52, and from the answer of the comptroller .-'. .:, I ,., ,,:.n the above mentioned loans, to be, ference in quality, he charges 8.5 i per musket, peeared 'to be Without ballast. There were three'men
,means of this negciation, to the question (s.ec No. 6) put to him by the the amount (besides interest) claimed under the amounting as above t. .:' '.,; I'. and interest.. on deck, the one at the helm had a ruffle shirt. The
Thelate governor states that he aftcted a lo;pn ciininittee, from which it is probable that this a- law. And youz .i...int.. think that to be the And in regardto ti-,.. Tirl, ,t...., or fl i muskets, :nan who hailed, asked thle person at tihe sern where
from the lMeclianics' Banik of the City of New- mriount was-drawn from the treasury of it,,: :raite 11 LiIll .11. I..lal iLnt,.i ptltlon of lhe transaction, it also satisfactorily appears, that in' 1814 or 15, lie should say they were from and where bound. --
York, of 1, .'Ii,,'l oi a pledgeof treasury notes, by the late governor, and by himi paid by direc- 2. Thh -..uIi Ih- L.If M3 llic...son, and of Mr. James Kanc, merchant of this city, hlloing an iTheywere i 0, i_-a.'ik ulr :; e.,i.i, -iI tin iKc, 1.1.,
accompanied by his personal i.|.r..ill ,. but tion and 'for accounts y.,, '. ,1 government, P. im, \ard, and Sands, Topies ofwhict are an- order for muskets, destined for the use of Presilent a"on ld .-. Lth ... P !-..:.l, i.; baaw 1iSrin1,tn a ...
no papers or documents to ... .-1 ,-,,r.y tlhe fo'r sioue purpose unknown to your committee ; at ,..J, marked (8) and .(9). were delivered at Petion of St. Domingo, anri not being able to get questions, and immediately steered oob without aswk-
terms of the contract, have been laid before your all events, the fa et of his having been deprived of the same tiie to the-Comptroller, apparently as them furnished at the factory of Smith Cygswell-) in an iirtre steered h swe.out Iak-
co~he. "- .'te r t i th. I, I ng ny
committee. the use of thatt sum for the time fior which pre- ...u0.1.i. >.:.I pro-...-1 ,.flh. C,-:'.:i.:...i the rate of then also of this city, proposed, to t ,he 1ir go-..- e.i. '0 X. O izrci 17.-Arr. brig Gen. Ma-'
The loans .above mentioned amount in the iium and interest -i ..lhanigl is by no mneanr ,.r.nmnur,.. i,..-i 11, tile h:I|..--.|I. ernor to take II .q .i.i;.. hlie wanted I ...ri tI 'comb, Whittington, Turks Island, 11;schooner P. $ ''
whole to ,"5.'i *,.."l, I'llIf u.t 1 .I hebe all l .1t established. But U ih Ih tieln money formed a 3. In l,"-. nc ,:hl.: J ile IL.i 1 on the a- state arsen d, and to replace' then with.others ('.. :. .'.i.iia : I ,. 10; : .
were r nted, lirou,-lli ilIe a ,i') .111 the lIaLte-gov- part of the sums drawn from the treasury ofi tlc I i 4u 4f .'i','? ?,.$', iin..irg. .1 it. the first of soon as they could:ba-finished-the, proposition I tl.l'.i t.i;'HIA, March 18.-Arr. brig Eac-
ernor, by the iti ,,f1. ..I.. ,i.y *i,.. i or other- state or not, it i. no where pretended that it was July I-Ia. -rIt.,- a,,,.*I %., w.i. h ih.. interests was assented to by the late Governtr--tiye tis- line Tubbs, Turks Island, O.
wise fil the use of the general government. applied to purposes authlorised or directed by this cast, appears to shew.the extent o the late Go- kets were lent.to him, and others replaced acecord- ".'---..'""'- '-* ....... .:"-.'--' """
It appears therefore to. your committee, that state--and whether the premium claimed is such v. r .. pem n. : inglyand whout profit or loss tothe te Gv- VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE,
the late Governor, dlid p1 1. ;, hi- z.eisonai re- in amount as ought or ought notto be allowed 4. 'Fi.'in Ihe >-i,.:.,i-.inc that the late Govcr- crnor. See Mr. Kane'sletter marked N&.-1.- "'-, Containing 217 areas, lying in the'.
-'sponsibility inaddit,...i. I, 11; i,,.e.i..nt notes, for 1.. it-, s.)L,i?,"...t ol'iln L ,.,tl. It i-'-i,a i.m.lt nor wi ..,lin,,. .. i lt1 I i-the Legislature, the The Commissary General, is of opinion that'the town of Mamaroneck and county of
ih first )loaiofthlie .Mlj l,3iina ..t. ..I,: .of c.. I ; t..[i t 1 I .ri,1t ,. -iought 1 t.. e:.-tIt'ILu, ijti in tr._-I ..cI li, was ,n:t"lt il to interest, :it muskets returned by Mr. Kaue were be tter than ,estcunster;. This property is eligible situated, .
$ 1' $50,0M a charge.against this state. appeal thUat lie cid.not consider his right,to the those he received. either tor a gentleman retiring from business, or a
And in regard to the following loans, his per- In regard to the second item, thie committee principal Of hI p. miium ti. b..- at all questionable.. Among the documents produced by the late practical farmer, h.,i, : ow.I.y -iniles-froin tlifs ci--
sonal responsibility was pledged only for the dif- iaveto remark-That it comistsof commissions 3. L ntiI thc iri, ,1h.-1n 1,: -It. Governor wrote governorto your committee was one froi Mr. t)y and ths of a milefroom Muia.--, !.1 1 In.,, .:
forence between the moiiiy obtained and tihe pro- -.I in rF0 .:.n u.ch,'....imrii.'.ji-, t...- Jiii'..,,re- it..r I.t ..: oni m.! h.i report of the agner, the third auditor of the treasury depart- where three-market sloops go I,- l .ty TOr ..i.-
ceeds of the treasury nuot. 1. wit: me-r.l Ic, ti.( um of .j1,'l,73, 21 t,3:1-10), diain ('A-nnintle,. l" lifee b neii.? of Ilh. prese-ilt sesi'on, meant, which shews that the accounts, of'the late York once week. There are onl it a good coth-
The .,".ti f,,iii thl iN,'r-\'ork State by the late .gov,.;oor li..rn tl.. I,,:-au ao tir.i h.. 1, i nc',.-.c ..,,.:,1 i, ., i ..I.11 juished within the governor with the general government were'set- portable D1 welling 1 Hn._nt- a It rIn, Cider Mill, anrf
"'B"an,. '. I';. ,'i1.iii state, the whole of which lie has a.:c,.,...I 'I l'.,r Hi.. l L,.il :1' ) '.ui L. jmi-mi I,, any part of the tl--l, 1.3a ii; him charged with $6,)00., being :i,: .".,t-h..,,. sev-r .1 Orcl i.JJ. l'th, best kinds o
That from the Bnk. of America, lI','.i.,o to thLIe comptroller, excepting the sum ,;1 "' t, 12.' .1 I. n I ..Ll.:I'h, taItu,:rt Il;, ee Comptroller to amount,advancedhinm byt that government ini aid fruit, bath for rr.ia k .g i.:., nI1 ui lir uses ;* 100
Muchaiics' and Farmers' Bankof Al- 5-)-l0 aow remaining in his hands uier(p.:n.Jred Iv' L..-e'i mi.Ie nuW lor the I tI., except that after of the appropriations by ihi tate. f... I.rcciIt acres good meadow, 3l acres wood, and the rc-
bany, 50,000 or unaccounted jras bL..flu -tal--d. Conmmii. tii. n...;,.;; ,ti6-,1li. bee ,broken o.ff, he suggested fortifications at New Yorr, and Il. io of I II I .", inainder good arable land, MIamaroneck river
City Bank, : 50,000 sions have.but r50ely L.-.ei all. I,,.1 by the trm._ tl.. th. th..irutro-.ll. that a correct calculation of a sum advanced him to" 1 ,k.: ....l it... 1a ... running through part of it.. Considerable im-
I--I to commissioners or other agents of the stat-, Ii. t:,. punr,.u1 1 .u i ,.I have made it less than the tainedupon a sale oftreasury notesbythe Bank provements havelately beenmade onit, bybaild--
: .30J),0.JO addition to their salaries, for the disbursement of rate stated i.. Afr. Bronson's certificate; and of America, and referred to in another part of this ing stone waIs and repairing the buildings. Any
For the l0an from the Corporation of public monies; and this is the first instance in whatever h'is, rights or claims may have been, report.-In regard to the $6i00 it appears that it 'one inclined to purchase, will please apply to Mh..
New-Yorl, $410,000 which con.,;..;.'.. atr other prof f' ll.' private .thy :ei .'i-.-d 1- r, the opinionof your committee, was advanced by the late governor out of IH,. i,6.L 1','", near the pr'inises, or to "
And of. the Manhattan Company, of 100,000 triolunm..i of tho person administering the go- ,.-.,.i.l .,..:. ...:. moniesofthis state for the use of the U. States JACKSON& WOOLLEY,
..... ----- vernment of this atate, has been.charged; neither't 3, '. iis appare t.that tilhe late.Governor claim- and on the production of proofof that fact, he re- mholl 21i-Clt&Slinm 75 Washington-street.
-" '* $5iJ0,O00 Governor Clinton, during the.revolutionary ,. \t, "Tid'Lh, t" ti,,i, .,n the. whole amount of loans ceived credit for the amount by the "comptroller, LIVElPOOkL PACK.TS.
It appears from the written contract, nor Goverhor Jay, charged the state any 11.in, .-..11,1... *m tt. meoriapdum laid before the 'and it was charged to the general government. SlHIP COURIF, -'. '** "
.h t tIlt i g p r s.l.9 A s p o nt hbil i t y Wl ie....
.that his persIoal responsibility was for expendiIures trusted to then, though Ii, l..n co,m..iune .f last year, inclididng the loan It was afterwards fUlnd that the amount had been I Jonathan Eldred- m-stnr- -to.sil o
not at.:'l pledged ; and with respect first administered the.government through tl.-:i. 4l kl',1tii0 lhoi n mthe. Manhattan Bank, and of drawn by the late governor from the treasury at the. 10th of' 4th mon tl (I0hh *,ri.'i -t .
to the loan from the Cor-porationof duous .,t.u.:,;l. of th.. ,.-,olut;,,,,, and ,hielau.-, ,. I ,''r,,jI a.,r, the Corpora'tion of New-York, itrli-nt;t>, anid it was tlicreupon recharged to ,-[tIP JAMES. MONio'h ,
.New- york, of $490,000. in the ,nect,,n of -a.. ,nl at :,,. ,=-Yo.. and ..\ 1-, -.1-, ;n ti,,. ,-..i ., ,f .,,.,, committee, did not himby the comptroller. He has in fact received ,. Jaon.Rogesr.o master, to sail on tih
And from the Mechanics' Bank of N. bany, and of the St te 1irui ; ,,f fortificah.,," come w.,ln, n," 1,1111. t ,t" th ,- act, because the the amount both from this state and the United 10th of 5th iont1, (10ll> May.)
York, of :. 100,000 at the former place, and il the procurement ..f x p-. ..:.i,',.,|.. ,ai,l..Ih., ,.l :"., late Governor does States, aud until he shall repay it to the .,nr'n1 hi order to furnish tore certain conveyance -'
V.,,,- a. .,,,.ll,- h c not before them satirfac. large supply of military stores. .a[ p. L-..,- ,.. ,i i.I .,d to obtain them. government, or produce vouchers for itsn .e... fore h soGoodsaindPassenges.rnttetweenAew York/yao
S,^. -.....I n.e ai lth teinrs on which the loans or Governor Tompkins having adopted.themet[.:>.. ,h. l],i... ., Hi.. ., ,, t..ill i,b.-i had.paid over the ture so as to cancel it at vo.'csli o.... is. t" r,.-- forp(ol, the owners of the American ships Atr.-
.ex!han es welremade. The gen.lal government of drawing tihe mooney nt ocae into his own balance ,1,,, acr.,,.ll.. 1.1 tih late Governor's. main charged to him here; onhis doing so, this ity, Albion, Courier and JamesMonroe have u-
l "id these several sumsl' nthunt prit or loss to hen,%, ih tl,,. r.pa,",,"' :' -our connnittee, '.2. ,'Oh *"*u.% ..." ."'. ....J, ,.,d according to the state will charge it to the general government* dertaken to es-ablisht between the two ports,"
tte lte r..t.rrl.s fiill appear by the letter of bound to ac:.....1mt o, ,t t, t,,.. treasury, and ut-,i tu _.i," ,,,;., ... i,r,... ,,, ^lr. Bronson's let- With respect to the seconil item, it will ha seen regular succession of Vessels to sail, from Nev -
.tr fl{ uer, marked No. 5. But as the late go. the allowance of a .commission for the private ., ,, i,....-li t i.ili ..the interest as charged in the by reference to Mr. Hagner's letter, that so confi- York on the 10th, and from Liverpool on the 1
vernor becanim the -voluitaryagent and officer of emolument of the late governor, was no- called schatd!'.b, b.. ul I have paid from the treasury dent was the;Secretary of war, that a law would of every mouth ii.u.. .hut il, year
the ;,-,t. [| government, upon terms and condi- for by justice, nior :a0i.io,.i,l l,j law or preec- iorc ..,, ." '. 1.,, over and above the debt due be passed on the jpplh. ,no, of the latu governrdt Thes shi.?'iw .. ..1, ..n... 1, built' in this ch"1"
tirns unkflown, it is clearly a transaction be- dentt. ." to the.stake'J .. -. to allow him the amount of the lossul he oardel of the b-st materil's teen tha'goverwnrient and the lhiae governor, and The third item is a charge against the State, And if it me a,,: intention of the late Goiver- of treasury notes, that hl at once advanced the. per fhstened, th.' are venr fast sailers, and tb^ % .
to be adjusted and settled by tnem inany manner for paying out. 2,.63, |i 27-100 which, it was nor, according to a suggestion made by him to amount--with l'eslpectr therefore, to both items, aeconu1odatiors'Wraf'ass..e;gers e ., ..,,,.,., a '
vihich they'may deem proper." And whether that said, had been entrusted to him by the general the Comptriller, after the negotiation was broken their continuance on the treasury books at Wash- extensi.i and comnundious ; their C ... '.*... /' "7 .
government have or have not fulfilled their agree- government to be paid conformatbly to their or- off, to ddinand adifierent rate of premium from hngton is at the option of the late governor ; whe- are men of great e.pericice and activity a- :
nmeat with the late .governc.r, e., ma-J,: 1o him a ders, under their direction, and for their account, that; charged in the schedule, and stated in Mr. other under such. circumstances they furbish any Goods shipped in tlteni are insured at the low,." -7" '
..suitable compensationi, is not ,aon:'i..-[.:.l to be a and tor which they play or may not have made Bron'ci s-hetter; vet the demand extended to all ground of claim upon thi' sbatae, can' earcely need r"t "
matter for the iui'.l*ttit.n 6f the committee; hith a suitable comppousation ifany wa.s demand- thr 1r,'-i.b" wbich, ia the ophnionof your commit- discussion. The pn.;cr'of pasag ,., .,.., in the Cabi' --"s. /" '
nor that itf.w.utd have 'furnihed the least pre- ed. The sum charged to the state for paying.out ,..'. t i. it th'e diuty of the Comptroller not to Upon a fill view and considgration of the3.s5- a. nwee its *r. i.r whie", s;. <7"-
tuertor a claim upon thi state.. o this mohey for the general goveriuneut it .illhe assmit to ft''At 13 percent it would have iven Ject, the committee cannot >ercwe the justi; icr p.asengers are provider" wit" Berso 1 ,, eddidh:* -/
. l a te G governor com plains of ha-ving .been seen is 611l 8,l75 8.) and interest 37,' >2 b':2 ntak- .Jlhin *..;,,,li,', ,.".,, t ha n by any construction of propriety o t either of the a.bt.'., ,hu'i,- : i', i r:.' ; ,it w '. \ i .i ai d Sto ies of o'very description. '.' .- ... .-*
'.'duced.by the Comptroller, in consideration of ing inr the aggregate $145,4F1 8. F... i,;..,, -. *the a..t e..ul i.. ,,] be L i, ..,,ir lhl-, governor against this staru ,.:,r [. i ,I i i co n- 'tLose seedl. ntdatious, and the .. .
hh. p e. A rht *..t I,.r the settlement olin,: ..:- tile c..pmr,.u.:.. c.,iut .:...,.oir upon what pretence .T 'h,. ,:;., tih, ..id 8th, items of charges which missions, or muskets and munitions'ofwar- pendence whf:h n.y bs placed upon the per''. ;* I
c..ulrt; IL. .',,tJnitil, adi against the State, his it could be considered a fair claim against the wvere presented by the late governor for the con- The services (exceptmhgin the instance; of py- ,f their" dept.:cure, afford, it is thouiiht, t (l /' "'
pay, expensesof command and journies, losses, state by the late governor. sideration and allowance of the commission- ing out the monies drawn from the treasuv. of convey.i.e', a;'vaita.a.>"ges of-eonsiderabl-einp.:,
commissions, .interest, and all demands and in- The tfurth item consists of a charge against ers, w'ere*for muskets and munitions of war.- this state) were performed at the instance, fur the tance' bohA "o passengers, and to tha shiu.i-* .
dcmnity for munitions and property for which the this state of what is called twenty per cent. but They were not recommended for allowance by account, and under the direction ana control of Goods. -
State had never contributed in credit, authority which is twenty dollars on every eighty, fio ex- them, and would not be noticed by the commit- the government of the United States, in which 'l. : f1tl l'i pi; .,lr.. j|. l",- .-.n boad, to
r mony. ...... ..'i" 'changing the treasury note. above mitionped, put tea, were it not.'at they appear to have had both the late governor and that government con- i '., M'L ,' '. .. SUON^


li -nee claims are chiefly the same which vwere into his hands by the general government, and ,- w-ight upon the ininds of the committee of sidered that government to be the principal, and "ei .. k i or t'
submitted in a schedule or catalogue to C. D. for his agency in obtaining the $4 )0,000 from the last session, anid of the legislature inll the passage the lute governor acting only tis its agent; it was HORATIO G r- CO
Cold ndRobcrtBogardus. Esoires, two of cityof -New-York, and othlr loans upon the i of the Law for th- final, settlem?at oftheac-- unts *:..r-fr the genr-Il c vi 'ir, ,'t h,! i" tth ,,i.


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c* Advertiseneis acts ir f in lte SViBl-A
for minore than one week, will htve the privilege
of one inseftion in the Co.uDIERCIAL ADVEIRTI-
SE.nR gratis. '
AGENTS FOR THE N. YORK :-I'LT \ rOR.
IN UPPIeL CcAXAD. ".
Kingston-John Maicauiley, Esq. P. M.
IN .OW0tn CANADA.
outiretl--Mr. VWin.-Langhiorn, Librarian.
Thlrer Rivers--Mr. Edward Sills.
Qt'bec'--Mr. John Shea.
LUJ' The 'rice, i, i n: ..,. n,. [T. S. postal, 1'
1is. 10d. HaiLiiax currency, per annum.

I -!L L-'i.amily Mailsion, a tale for youth, by
... Trvylor, of Ongar, 7,5 cents.
Ivanh6i ia t umance, by the author of Waverly,
Guy Mauncring, c&. j2
Petei's Lettuc'i i o his Kiusfolk, gd American
edition, $3
( ,0 ...- .:n NiN,,'al Philosophy, by tht.
auilou, oe ('o .a.] i. ..n oChemiistry,price 1 50
S, ,1 .fLt. thite Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle,
by the Ahbbe de Pradt, S2.
The M'liunster Cottage Boy, a novel, by the au-
thor of the Children of the Abbey, i. For sale
by W. 1B. GILLEY,
9'2 Broadway.
In Press-Tales of Fancy, vols. 2 and 3, by
Miss Burney, containing, Coanty Neighbours or
the- Secret.
WV. 13. G1LLEY has constantly for sale, a va-
ry general aitssortment of Classical and School
Books; A1iniatu re editions of the standard Works,
in plait and fancy bindings, the book of Cominui
Pray-r, in every variety of size, Llank Books and
Stationary of every description. mh 14
.1 I',, 'i, ,, r prt i .'i r ..I t: ,: .^t, r l'
1.. .-,. .'h.. :P.
A Gentleman who Seakts aiandi writos th,;
Ftrench Language coiri-ctly, anid ivho unddt-,
stands the principals of the Spanish,, and can
teach thie Languages through the medium of the
r'nglish tongue, may hear of a steady emnploy-
inent, in an tAcadmy near this city, by applying
at the office of this paper. >mh l4-C&Stf
.WOOL WA\ L I H-OUSE,
o. 68 PINE STREET'.
ff HE asnbcriber takes this method to in.ormni
JL his friendly sI thecountry, tl;it the mai ket
for Wool ol all descriptions is mpi oln-, and
that quick sales at good prices may be Qxpected,
particularly for first qu-ility of Merine Wool.-.
'Those who hold their Wool, are advised to seud
it in as soon as the rivers open, as purchasers
will then come forward for supplies.,"
Manufacturers are respectfully invited to call
on him, and to give their support to his estab-
lisbment. JACOB T. WALDEN;
68 Pine-street.
'ho if'ers for sale-
A very select lokt of 'V I;I:!or. V1-";io
Sheep, tlfl', r ble ,in .IrD l, ur 'lu r shar.rg.
A qua, .' ..-f '-:"''. ,ul fjd t ut dl descriptions.
A !ew pieces American Broad Cloth, Caasl-
meres and Plannels.
Tu .V ..bft./,. -X
A valuable M111. I. r t\\, \ o.:.l4,1 business in
the vicinity of i,,. i;,, i-- iiier ,i i...r sale, or the
proprietor would be willing to take a concert
with a Alarnufacturer rwho has capital, in a line
of business which could be conducted with pe-
culiar advantages. ApVly as above.
imh 6 Clt.&S2w
i0, ti t 1 .OL'i'lNG CLU'J 1-.
A ; strens'a assortment ,f warranit.1
.a Boltiig Cloths, of superior quality, just rd-
l i. 1 fr...ii the Holland Mantifactorios, with reg-
u.aras .les, roh--iilly l|r -.,ir iatte r ~reduced
prices.i, :elt -y ..rd r 1 ;-hj art [ el"t lir' United,
States.
Also--Mill Spindles, of an excellent quality
and workmanship, and asanrted sizes, for sMe by
J.i-HI-y MCRACKAN,
._ 95 P-al--tr, 7I, -. _^._i:.rk
Ntki I It I.
"11HE partnership heretofore existing under
o
-I- tile rm Pi p Valentine & Warner, was dis-
solved on thle lst January last, by the decease of
Nl. Valentine. ,I: ;- r:,-; h .. ;, ..I;nr -.. ;r,.:
said firm, are ril e:l a ,l., pre-.c tl i ...r 1.- :t-
tf enieut ; and ai' ,. ,,, r t-.- I h ie d, ..I..- iLhn.:-
diatepayment to either ot the subscribers.
ELIJAH WARNER,
CA'.I'HARKINK VALENTINE, Extra. ,
The Paintina' and i .,;,,. l. ., will be'
coatinuedoas n-ual "-. itt. -ut,:rrili ; he wi:l,;
also continue to keep a general rassortient ofr
[Paints, Oil, Glass, c &c;. for ite on the must
reasonable terait, at the old .stand, No; 33 'roE.l-
street. ELlJAHl WAL'IER..
fe 12-Cf l m

Slue ofN/'ew-Yorl/i-Corliptroller s Office,
UBLIC notice is hereby given, that lists .i
certain lauds liable to he old lortaxes, have
h,-en forwarded .to the.s-vera t coUinties in ll t is .ite, ili
o. der lo he depnlitd in the seveivtl county tlreailsrech,
anmi toy,w' cleris otlices,.espi. civl;y, for t' .
tiol of ll pf'fsonsi ," i" f i ,- '. -i i'.. I- .. I
inhy be -xam!inedat r.,'-, i T .. -, tln i rpa-
soIabl k hoirs: an l itd i lnihrreby "alo giv' tOlat
oi 7'/h rsd ;y, Ile ecewl"A/t iy t( >Octob rutc-, l .it t --
clock ili ithfeiorenoon, at tltie Capitol.il r tth-cit ofr A I-
b.vy, aiid on lthe iextsucceerdi.; *- ." I .- eil a,
public auction, to thle igheite ..id.li .,,. u lf ai 1
lot, piece or parcel of lhaidm initioned and described in
the eaid list, as will bh.e necessary to pay all tax-s, in-
ter'est and clargf now due, or that imay grow and bi
]ui" thereon at the tidine ol'Ea!e.
The conditions ofsale i ill be, that tlh., purliahsaer
it!iii forty eight. hours a:rller thesale, pay ile purckh.e
mo i.str-.ut rceive cer;'itiRate's of theirpfirchaio, s ; a:id
tiat aft.,r the expiration of twao years fii the ldate of
tieir certiliates., they receive convein>ce>:s for the
lauds ptrasi d by thellw refpr civlyla hle oivn-
Er3, olthoeclai it. to i u h, of le laids so pur-
eliased, i.. .udl s, tio. lo i,, ixpira.ti(, of, tile, ?'--i
t.ro years, pay to Comptroilr for the usie of the said
purciiisers. their ileirs anld asign, tlhe iun int ol i':e
purchase tionies. with interi-st, at thle rate of twenty
per Ceanttin per allnnuml. TGie lands sold to he subthject
to all claim; of tlle state Lthercon. And in case ksiii
land to bl purchased at tthe aid salt, and tti Ow ay
hw coflveye.i in parsu.ance tnereaf, shall at tiletimeof
ttoavet alce be in the atlii]al no.-sesEi..u at id ";Cc"|)atc'
oi any lirsiolllr tperon:, 1 t 00 ille !,tie t le1 mhrl er lz, i- .
]i~ll oilD! hi tlt t i:tst. p,'ovisuiota of llhe lil'th *.I'l, f 1t-- ,.,i. ..* ..| i I* Ii
;st tO repeal in part tile act. entitled'" all axt mulre
ewtIally to ascertain and d ati'.i tle tr ne vahi
,I'real .-tlates '> [thin thii; st'itr, aind Ir" other plrii^?v?,"
and furth,.r [o ;> nd tlh art for the aa r-suin,,i iiud
collection of t~ixi-."- pa,-,d A,(.ril 13i 181..
AR.CH'I. MIg'lKTVKR,;C Loi ten,' r.
Alhany, May Cgll>. IS IS.
S* i'f'saiO a"h," ru / I e ml adlep;'yn ett. it'to the.
"Tre'asury for t.ixes, and ,minied to have tneir rec,.ipts
ia '..seuted a ttthe C ,,luptro li* o n oil lo hav tilnl *)-
It-red uid ct gt'l'g i ifiure f h .ll Of-o le; or that
a cr .,ff '*. ,I,, t rlie'c 0d so, itheir land wivltie h(-i-ld, n,.,
rlhey :' .i..r be depilived of thie henellt of all si r h '
i i, ,.-..!, for raxes canunot he rfc" ye 1 on the dayis
'if S:lt:, Uii" a''" '<> drt .ys prior to tr su..

g^- Tle above mentioned sale is Fo. poned
until Tiesd'y, the .ith day of February next, at
10 o'ch,:k it the lors : ao.'Ror.
A ilCh'!). .M'!.\l ATY RE, Oomiplroier.
A0ba *n, October 2, 18)9.
o(;t 5-(',lP. .viv';';
(;- Agreeably h an Act of the Le. Mlal]ure
_a!,'ser ibl". day, the a/oeve m)usoiiI ^r ih1
tyrthor postLlp iied unt ii ,li<, T "tiKesd y of )'eb-
.uary, in ltie year 1li1i/tob, then hlid at the
sa' eiC plac't Ktltl ihot;: .
ARC(i'D 1i'1.N "'YRE, Comp'r.'
,Alboingi, F'cib'nid,' 4, 1820.
feh "7.. C(.. la-'.: j

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S FOil. SALE.
-.-- A Far-i.n eight miles west of Newbdifth,
u aud half a ailesouth of th,' ;:e -Lv'or;ii
and Cuchecton ,Turnpike, containing 162j acres,
and is well proportioned for plough, meadow and
timber land, and for grooduess of soil equal to
any in thecountry, and isaiso in goud fence, the
greatest part in large stone wall, and stone sutfi-
cient to fence the whole, which siakes it more
valuable as will A. ve timber, which is very
profitable bing -so ticar the river. There is a
gubd orchard of about 100 apple trees and a
number of other fruit trees. Also, an exce ient
i-arden iu go)od ,ale fence, with an aspara-ui
bed, &c&c. c. "he buildings, consists of a house
30 by 20 feet, tvo' sories High, wi.th four rooms,
aud a cellar Ktibeu, anid a cd.:ai under the
whole, and a well of excellent winter within a
few feet.nf the door, and inothef by tlhe hara.-
The barn is'40 yi ;jU feet. Also, a small hay
house aud a hog, house 2:2 by 1 feet, all in com-
plete repair ;and a road runs through the centre
of the farin, and WiLhin ;i few rods of tie house,
which makes it very pdleasant diad eonvenient.-
There is also a plenty of turf of tkie best kind.
As no person will purchase witlioft viewing the
property, the terms of sale will be made, known
-y calling on the suhscriber, on the premises,
who will give an indisputable title for tlia sanie,
and posse.sion the first of May nieg-lof-i:erif
required. There is also a large range 1or cat-
tle and hzgs convenient to the itou0De.
C ADWALLADERI. C. COLDEN.
Ctildenhai i, t. ,,qc co.) l'eb. 14, 1820.
feb) 26-( !i. % .
u_ yFOR SALiE,
I-, The valuable property o6fthe subscri-
'L .,_A ber, situate in the town of Klad i l.ol.,
I)uL'-'Ine-, (.'. C iuty, about six an'.ile fromtn the ';.',,'i,,
Riv-;:r, c:)nsstiig oi'a Farmi, catainin) between
17", liond 180i acres ofl Laud,'suitably divided into
.'ea low, Arab'e and Wood Land, under go6ot
improvc:met, with a fine Orch'ard on tlie saune.
'I "ii; I. '."* ;'*:- I 'I ,, 1 ,c u 'e L i, ,- r .,. H ouses,
,. 11 u,.l i, L ..ni l.i,,.i-, a ~lr.'aclai.it^y shop
:.,, ',-,.t l ,', :.'. .1 order. T he title is
in lisputlable add payments will be lnade easy to
the purchaser'. Apply to JACOB VAN NESS,
Post Ma-tr, at Po.ighkeesie, qr to' the subscri-
ber on tlhole premises. JOHN hl.,.
led loolk, Jfiy -29th, 1819.
-P. hS. 'tebove Property lornnerly belonged
to ;VIr..JohnCt'ooke. iurie 2-l-iSf
AG=J *,i '.
NW THE IVESTRJy D1i', "'lii 7.
Tft E subscriber i.e:.re iuis :,i art ol tnedX-
1L ficulities that lr.:r'..i.t- o t.1 u htcr i nu .of
business, in the city of New-York and else-
where, about, under, in collecting and securing
debts, as well as to dispose of Land they have
heen necessiated to !ake i; -payment, hla estaI.
lished a ,. I. 1 ,...\ w1i 1:1 !h( n il l1.-...i"
Geneva, O ri v ,i .ui.l,, io tr.r. ,-t .i, i'. 0M.-
enltrusted to hin., in the counties' of. Caytaga,
Tompkins, Seneca,- Ontario, Stubea, Genessee,
4i r.rr., \nti..i.:i, Cattaragus tndChaitauque.
HPe wi "illeir.J in person wherever business at a
Jii ii'.; .,'**..iir,. hil, same. All money collect-
.I ,I [ t,. ,' aji ..1. r disposed oftoorderas soon
as possible. His charges wi!l be moderate and
promportionate to thle difficulty, attending any
concern that may be entrusted to him. All le-t-
ters, postage I -"J, ,ll I... ,L 1u d, a (1 J I
to.
References may be had to !he following per
sors, viz:-Messrs. N.;& Weed; John Wal
is, Esq. and Gen. Juans M;apes.
JOHN OGDEN DEY.
dec 7-Crwt.tS3mrn
VALUABLE REAL 'ESTATE : FORSAL-F,
In lh.e Cilfi of YVw-York.
1. 'iVE Lots of ('round on lthe west side of
SGreenwich-street, between Vestuy and
esbros&es streets, 25 by 80.
2. l'ur do. in the rear of the above, fronting
n the east side of W:ishington-street, 25 by 80
EigIt do, in the block b low, betweest.
Wati'ingtom and Vest streets.
In ., c ,, .. .:...7;(',,.
4, 6000acre : I. L iii In L i i ,-nice's Purchase,
near East Cauada Crtek, on the north ski e oftlhe
.Wohlawk. "
In F .., .. ,. Co',.9,,
5. 15,162 acresot JAWia liutll t.. 4, I ,. M i'.Il11
.Morris and Daytoni.'1
In .Assex Cfnmti.y
6. 7832 acres of Land in tihe town. of Barry.-
more.
In the C,,,,' ,./ Lewis..
7. 1250 acres in -_ ,..rl. ', Chassanat Pur-
chase. hit Staratoiga Comntly,
,,, 600 acres tin Palmer's Purchase.
Enquire at theotfice ofJ'- ,Il .,_i;bcr. -,-l (e-
dar-strert. I.L. I<'.l .1 .
j:in 24-G&Slaw3ni
Strl l 1 I | '.'1,1.. ', 1.1. ', c .
,..,, ENJAMI:1 PRINCE &
"g W-. .D ~CO. have for sale at their
"'-t.-'''-' Nursery, Fuh;hing Landling,
E Long-Island, car N-New-York,
t_'$?' heir usual anl extensive varie-
ty o'f the most valuable and
approved EUK.OPEAN & A-

FRUIT & ORNA-:E:'TAL TRE.S.
im..... iiU. l-i...r are re uar Maple,-Scarlet
do. H...r.c Ch. .,,,0, European Iite and Linden
Trees, European Mountain Ash, Weeping Wil-
lows, Magnolias, Trip'tla and Accilitinita, Chi-
nese Iouble Floweriiu Apple, Tulip Trees,
Carolina Cottoin Tree. i.. UIh I l'ms, Lare-,
Spanish Chesnut, Larch .1.L:, N. r.. *
ALSo--A large collectiohof valuable EURO-
PEAN % AMKi'IICAN +I
SIH-LUB & PLANTS.
Among thle shrubs area variety of the largest'
G Thlose kinds aire very superior, .amd are imported
varietys from England, Scotland, and elsewhere.
Do. Lewis"s Fr;agrant Currant. Also, Grape
Vines of the ma.t valuable imported kinds.-
.\..i ... t I'l ...i. :rire a variety of the most yal-

AHoT- cvct'al thousand ihoculated
PEACH TRi,:E;,
tn the uoit heathy .tate and t dee frm any dit
temper.-Great att(:ntlion has heen paid to pre-
serve them from lie fellows, whirh har destroy.
ed so many trees of that kind, throughout the
United States.
.ATALOGUES of the Trees arid Shrub-,
.may be h-ad nl Messrs.
tULL & BOWN-E,
NO. 146 PEA l.L-STR.EET, NI'W-YORK,
OIL AT Ttr1 iKti aS']tY.' .
Orders forwarded to either place will: be im
mediately attended to, and the trees, &0(. care+
ftly and securely packed, so a.f tol b>- sen< will
safety to any parlol Europe and America : and
delivered at "'raue-wharl, New-yot by watori
fi'ee of fr'eiight,
At-so/fo sate us abore, several thousand
APPL1E "' It 1,;l"S,
Of the mout yaluabie .s 'rIht i vorts, of a suitl-
abh.e size to beset to Europe. THey were pri'o-
padrated for that purpose.
And, e',,:*t ,rl 11 or
A 'l hk \' .".1[".'BS & PLANTS3
ALSo-One thousanui ceogant ,
BALM OF GILEAD or SIILVERIl FiPR

4. beautiful evergreen. 'T'hey are almost str.'
t,'llve when trnns planted. rilth 1.5 61


UST received by IW.B. GILLEV,.92 Br(ad-
way-
Europe after the Cong.ress nf Aux ta ( ( tq. !i...
i.., l.,, rl... ....|I,. ] to the Coiin reis o01 Vietnua, by
" '1 ', I', ,. i.:.,ui erly Archbi;h-b p of Muciiltin,
publishedat Paris, 1819; tranilated with mote v UeorgeAlexanderOtis. 1 nh 1 '


tyt e..r. ...a ,.v tvill b, n ..'; :.:' or to a.l -:it, .l thin leridency which ly, depreciated.. Not, withstanding this deprcia- of D aniesburg, do. I ,.r., r..- T ." ... P ,'.,.h-
,Ei'Ohi O .NATiON ,\,r. COTi',r. :,'J a .n. t.,llb. .:uit, .:yhas topp'...ri a greater uni- iion, the productions of those countries, it is be- e,'. k...pr .4 J.-..) 1T....i, -,,,..oI : .
(CO N' TI UtlED.) form ity of valuei th an any other com m odity ; and lieved, have m ore rapidly increased, than those I ".-d.CIq rn m,. a .pr i .m -- -
the facility with which it returns to that value of countries where a metallic currency has been .'C" i B ,o r. .Ia n f. 2a.u Ca ay oe t t
As arou,-la s av b ens.. ... d d rig I tPO'IP',." V ol I .- .-C', 1 1.':.11," Ijun. -at auuinoal-
As various plans have been sugested, luring whenever, by any temporary causes, that munitbr- preserved. The first efforts that are seriously I AZ0;o,'\ -' : ,=, ,= .-,,3, drew Stalln-
lhe last twelve months, for aldeviating the general mity has been interrupted. No argument will, in made by those states to retain a metallic curren- fey, do.c. G ,J.:" a F..-,.,:, .,. ,,1
distress which has prevailed, by the emission of this place, L.. off.:.,..J in support ofthis proposi- cy, will be the repression of enterprise of every 29; Wiiiiia L.-, -of., e mr. .,' ; : V\m.
large amount of treasury notes, a few obser- tio n. It is ;aur..jded inr u.: s expn..;. of all na- description among themselves. It will be fore- Dubois, at itslull, ...l "' '...' 11 t'.:C .'..-J 1.
vations on that subject will diose this part of the tiens. Its truth, for the present, will therefore seen thatthe currency must appreciated and that ton,Apr. 27 ftur..i 1 (n-., Wll Plilip-.)olnI, .MyX
report. be assumed. But, the proposition .itself admits, all other articles must depreciate i value. The 1.
Ir Treasury Notest are to be issued for this that gold and silver, when employed, by the con- effects of this appreciation of Money will be first
purpose, they will be either receivable in all pay- sent of all civilized states, as the standard of manitfested in those states, by the fall of the price D I E D,
-aeits to the government, or they will be liado value, are subject to temporary variations of val- of all articles which cannot be reported, In the ni ordo, in Jna .. 80, th r f the
redeemable at a fixed period. lue. It is equally true, that they are subject to progress of these measures, the pl, l lf theex- States .. r w .... [e U
1. If they are made receivable ih allpayments permanent' variations, The cause and effect of portable articles will also be eff-.;,.., .,y"the re- AthisseaatCharlton-house,in the countyof Wilts';
to the government," the revenue will, from the these changes will be considered previously to duction.in the currency employed in affecting. England, on the 23d Jan. John Howard, Earl of Suf-
time that $5,000,000 are issued, be substantially the discussion of the practicability of substituting their exchainge. It is even probable that the folk and Berkshire, Viscount Andover, and EUron
received in them. The government will be im- a paper for a metallic currency. ." quantity ofexchangeable articles will be ditriish- Howard, of Charlton, a General in ,li ..r....'. Colo-
mediately unable to pay the interest and reim- 1st. When, by any circunmstance whatsoever, ed. Whilst the appreciation bf the currency is nelof the44thKRegnimentof Foot, I.; .1,.. .* Lon-
bursemeint of the public debt in specie, as it be- a ,a .. p....... of those metals is founding apar. perceptibly advancing, the manufacturer will not donderry and Culmore Forts, in Ireland. His Lord.
comes duc. These notes, when compared with ticular state, than is possessed by other states, hazard his capital i producing articles the price the lat. Earli 1783, and ro arrid in 1774, uliac d
the notes of the Bank of the United States, will having articles of equal value to be exchanged, of which is rapidly declining. The merchant will daughter ofJohnGaskarthd, intecontyofCumie-i
be at a dikeount. The latter notes, independent- they will, in such state, be of less value than in abstain from purchasing, Under the apprehension land, Esq. by whom he has left issue Thomas Vis-
ly of their being every where receivable, in all the adjacent states. This will be manifested by ofa furtherreductionoft'price, ihl l'lijc:dihi.-.uhy count Andover, born in 1776, nowl;iarlIof Suf.oik, and
payments to the government, are convertible, at an increase in the price of the commodities of ofre-vending at a profit'. It is tvn pi -able tihat one daughter, lady Catharine Howard. Tlhomias, tihe'
the place of their issue, into specie. They are such' state. This increase. of price ,will continue the interest of money willffall, whilst the cry of a present Earl, married, in l802, Elizabeth Jane Dut-
equal to the treasury notes in payment of there- until the metallic redundanitcy isexported, or con,- scarcity of money will be incessant. Under such. ton, .ld, t d iulh..r [ ,L..i Sherborne, by whot.1e
venue, and superior .to them, as they can corn- verted into manufactures. Whenever this redun- circumstances, loans will not be required, except hadse1:-," a lothe.r h idrn. Vh 'iu t Antdover, andl
mand specie when the holder shall desire it. dancy is disposed of, the curreticy-will return to to meet debts of immediate urgency, none will be several othber rl f rchildir. Thr. Suh.lk
If-the 14th section of the bank charter was its former value ; and the pride of other commo- demanded fobr the prosecution of enterprises by is a bunhof 1tndothainily t re. als the no-
modified, so that the notes of the bank, and of its dits will be regulated by tift value, which the productive energies of the community ble families of.Carlilc, Howard, of Efinhamlian, and
offices, should be receivable by the government, '2d. But, the t k.-futa.ion ofl ip,;i.: may take willbe increased. lloward-de-Walden,
only w6icn tendered where they are made pay- place where is no such :-'..h.Jda:y. This c-. As the measures which have been adopted by -- .i^. ... -... ..-
able, a small amount of treasury notesgmight be curs whenever the general balance of trade con- England, and several of the continental states of LAND IN' UPPER CANADA.
issued, and circulated, without depreciation; In tinues, for some time, unfavorable to a particular Europe, for returning to a metallic currency, ad- "TOR SALE, in the'township of Soarborougi),
that case, they would be used for the transmission state. The currency then appreciates in vale ; vancc, the interest of thoso states, which have ad. 12 in the Province of Upper Canada, 2500 a-
ofmoney, :,.I ..I.1 be iriconstant demtand for and -ih. ip.i,...- of all other commriodities in such, hered to it, will be affected. .Whilst gold and sil- cres of wild land, situate on the hore of lake On-
nat purpose. It is the reception of the notes of state i., mUin l...d. As commerce is nothing ver were, in the former states, dispinsed with as tario, and extending to the second Concession.-
the Baik of the United States) and-its offices, by more than the exchange of equivalents, the re- coin, they were sought for n., rply U.. L, ',o-S.Ju.:.. It lies within eleven miles of the town of-Yorrk,
the government, wherever they are tendered, that 1,uction in the price of the artidles-of such state, The quantity necessary for tht' r manufactures the Capital of the Province, surrounded with set.
causes them to be considered as a good remit- and the increased value of the currency, will were readily obtained, without deranging, in any tlcments, and immediately adjoining excellent
ranco throughout the Unitrd' States. If they pr,.,,,piy pr...duce a reaction ; and gold and sil- serious degree) the currency of other states. Grist and Saw Mills. The land lies in a square
shoultdd cease to be received, a demand for troasu- v:, In ittim in ln. qu.miini,, required to It has been estimated, that from eighty to one tract, and to one or two purchasirs may be laid
ry notes to a small" amount, for the transmission reduce their valued tho it,. h..hi they maintain hundred and twenty millions of dollars were nte- out to great advantage. It is well watered, and
of money, would be created,- and would preserve i i the adjacent states. With the return of spe- cessary'to England. Taking the mean sumr, and covered with excellent timber, Niorway Pine and'
them from depreciation. If the notes thus issued cie, all other articles will return to the prices admitting that the other European states enga- Oak. The subscriber pledges himself that thle a-
::hould be made redeemable at the Treasury, in' which they commanded before its exportation,- ged in the same effort require an equal amount, a above is not an exaggerated statement, but that on
,pecic, upon demand, .the amount 'which might Like fluids, the precious metals, 'so long as they supply of two hundred millions of dollars is ne- a view it will be found to possess very superior ald-
be putI..I .1t..inii.ln c'icul,:i' w.'ioil.tpribably "is. nlf.inj,:. a. 't11M ger]icral measure of value, cessary. The commencement'of the measures vantages to families wishing to place themselves
exceed,l:..'.J....k:c. rl. .nn 1- ,ll .UII t,. preserve a common level. necessary to obtain that portionof.his sum inwhich within reacli hof a market. The whole will be old
ed for the facile transmnisionr;:of -oney. Such' .,,. .., ,t,.,, ovI-our,-t,-wli be promptly correct- canmot, in a. short time, be drawn from the ahntl- in one body, and the purchase money will be: ve-
treasury notes would, however, have no advan.- ed$ without the intervention of humiain laws.- al product of the mines, may not be immediately ry low. Letters addressed to the subscibir, at
tage over the notes of tthe Bank of; he U. States These fluetuations, being temporary iu their na- felt by the other states. But, when these mea- York, Upper Canada, will be immediately at-
*j loni no thry are receivable in-all payments to ture, are wholly independent of the permanent sures approach their completion ; -when a large tended to, and auy further particulars made
:li,.. I.',,e. i t a. ni....ut ,..fI:r.-:ncc ,:. the place causes whichmay affect the value of gold andsil-, quantity of gold and silver is ...c,-;.ialy with- known. S. WASIIBURN.
vrwheire they are payable. It is even probable that: ver, when employed as the general standard of drawn from the currency of uith .1.A1'., the York, Upper Canada, 16th Feb. 18-20.
they would nut be of equal value .and currency value. They will equally occur, Whether the price of specie will, in the latter, appreciate, and mh 16-Cltt&SOm
with those notes, as. the latter would generally be quantity ofithese metals, compared 'With the cex- the price of all commodities will'decline. All
made payable in the principal commercial citiest changes which they are destined to affect, be re- the'evils incident to .an appreciating currency i._a FOR SALE,
where remittances are continually made, whilst d,,,.fI I t.,. cicent, The li[,,,, tr, ..:-, with- will be felt in those states, though in a less de- .' Thiat valuable property, late the
the treasury notes would be payable only at this in ,inhith..:.;c fluctUations are c,,,lin.:d, are so agree than where a paper currency had been ex- .-., Hoimesteadof PETER WARD, which
pIlacie. i10 :,i i O ,"i:.:", 0,..i'- in -p..:i.i o. di- in :l.r.d, th ti the Itt k..6...: i odfsociety can- exclusively adopted. Th t.i. E : l, .f r .. ...- bI I b 1 h ,ilas pui iJ, il. hIi l i....'.l" i : ;; r i, -l be"-
:aasrd," ,i, p.. s.;iiit ilt h plr.- r, shoul b p.c- i, bese-u l a e.cd f. l .n. Brt thi2 s ob- the return to a metallic cu..;,- ;,i.. ; s,,>:, even uefitof .i, .:i ..li .... I.l.t i ',, -. t .. ..1 ship
erred to ti i:..l.. ..i t l' I ... I u.I, I ... II t. oiun L..u. '. ..i. v, .S iu .. u :r..-. apply to.a cur- in the midst of a revoluti...... :1 r.,r.-,l L had of Franklin, county of Bergen, and state of New-
it wonid be in coitsequence of the abuses- which rency purely metallic, or at least, iwhen the paper some influence upon the decision of this question Jersey, on the public road leading from r amalpo
have l., np it,"ic, d.yl hal.i .,.: iui,,tl..,i i,"i.:h which is connected with it does not exceed the by other states, is believed to be, in no.degree, to Patterson, adjoining lands of Isaac .'.r.t,
have, ;,. *-nne ..l..,.:.', i l:. n thlie pubhl: eifi- demand for the con7,.ir. transmission of mo- .-analogous in itsprincipalcircumstancts. At the John Ward, and others, containing about r.u i-
dence in U.. ir., -,,i utCtrt., .li .,:iuo.. niey precise period that this charge was operating cresof a good quality, with it,.. ,-n.. h,if" o' an un-
$. If treasury notes were to be issued, not re- 3d. Gold and silver, when employed by' the England, and the principal continental states, a.- divided mill-i 1 ,:., ., I.i], ul .r.i :,,,, on which
ceivable in payments to the government, but re- common consent ofnations as the standard ofva- abandoned the precious metals as currency. The isla Saw Mill ..! Lb .il. Mill ; I,. r. -,re on the
deemable at afixed period, they would iinmmedi- luc, are subject to variations in value from per- supply demanded by France was not only at premlsesanexcellent dwelling House, StorHlouse
t.ely d piriiw., unless .they blore nearly sit per ,nuhnt caut, Vihr fi ,:i," q'.iantity is increase, hand, but was seeking the very employment Barn,TanYard, Bark Hous-,iv ,..:.,, I.... and
cent. interest. II IO I l ,L.-, c. :., 0,. y ,.-d I...' .| c ,.. ,, r ,dlh" I |h.. ,o t i Ia.. which are to be which that change'had made indispensable. At other out buildings. Two ,...u i A 0.,.!. li,. airds
of little more use, .is cin, .y, [ in thi l fun.I .h ..^.iane,.l tn.! ,11 i..ir ,i.n,, their price will the saime time, immense sumswere brought into of lite best kindof grafted fruit; attached to this
debt. They woulh .I p.:-., l.;t.%- i. functions of fall ; or, what jlo ,.t i., ,. *.,.ne things the France by .hier conuering armies, which,bcing Farm will be sold, a lot of wood-land, containing
money.. price of all exchangeable articles will rise. It raised by military contributions, had, in sonime sixty acres wll timbered, within one .and a half
"3,In any ease whatever, vwhother they are re- has been admitted by all intelligiut writers upon degree, rendered a resort tu paper currinry in the miles of the Farm. Thle above will be suld to-
,:,a .,a r. t^.; a-,;ri t.. h:.: i:..,'. .!, in, .., b,. ," ihli *.:,,t,.,.t, ha ,,r,,r,,, ..',[.. ,'. tr... IW .i over invaded states, necessary. Ataresent thi. ciil- gather, orin lotsto suit purchaserA..
in iniec-lt, ad.. ,,'. ..1.',naanbl C at ai .td pc ti..,.,, l.'\ .[ .l, [,.ii ji.% ,. O c!,. :.l"lk.- rl... nie.,01C ized world is at peace, and each state is endea- 'No. 2, late tile property of PP ter W ard: Situa-
:i.c.v I Ill '. lu i sur..tr'i i I 'li ''.:iil''i ..n''l i i' :- I d ., i .u l .i ii 1.1 t .. :, .. i.: |... ... .. 'n- the voring, b y sy st mnatic ni m e assures, to sec u re .to it- t- t .,l in rh ,. i hii. ,, 'o, .y a nd ( ,** il ,,i..., ..J,
:.,i i; .' etels, unl I. ti-. I uAld to adL.'.ic,., value of tit. se iid'l ii.-.'i.. t I ; ,-In.l, lh ai, from self a just participation of the benefits of equal ''..' 1 ,. ,'i,,, .l.. .l of New-Prospect, ad-
ai. l,,,n ..i .;1dei to llh..sj:. i. it th-t...:. If that time, to the close of the eighteenth century, and reciprocal commerce. 1 ., -tte.; which are joining lands of Henry Hopper and others, con-
they are to boe' issued from' the treasury in dis- they continued .,, .hll, to depcecia.te. This de- now attempting to return to a tallic curren-y, tainingseventy-five acres ; there are on the pre-
cliirge of .th.dethands upon the government, precialion, k ist L..... .j, has been accelerated willfind much .,.,,. I '.r..'..I, in n, ,.... 11,, i ises two dwelling Houses, Barn and Cow Ilouse,
it.. i el i :c c, i.-* I irij;. sections'of country: du-ingi th! last ceitnry, as much by the hasubsti- change thtn w.- t..I.. i I, I\y 1'rance. with a Grist Mill, Saw Mill, awd Fulling Mill,
n... ... I,. s, .-'-., ....i.:. J. T7'here, the gov- tutionof paper for slidecie, as by the increase hi ,.. .... ,.. ] all itn good order; a good proportion of WV,.1
eriinient already collects inotre thair -r;an be ex- the quantity of those hietals during .tha. period, .. land and Meadow, the residue arable lands, writh
perided. One oftre causes ofthis distress is the beyond the'deuiand which would have existed for Tihe t lat hcseir luiot,- It will b e recollect ed a excellent Apple Orchiard in its Drile ; the
necessity ol .trantilsfring thew piblic funds 'from ttiei, as currenicy, had that'SUbstitution not tWik- t'hat Coroner's Jury wcr'e several dayss in session fcise. of ts nfst quaietys aynrdl tin o mord'
thosesections, for the p.. ,f .' I t o,.; L' ,..it..l, en place. The precise effect upon the deprccia- f.1 ce. It is n0t nUcessary to say ialy thikincrr
to those '. I,.... li,-.,. is.. deficiency ofcurrency. tion ..t' I -... ,... -l., produced by the partial sub- investigatingthe cause of the death of JobnLees, respecting said farms, as every person wi.hing to
As a fin itufial eiug r, the-issue of treasury stitution of paper, in various countries, for a me- of Oldhanim, and that they were finally adjourned purchase will view for himself. Anypeunon wish-
notes.is justifilable only where the deficiency, i._, ,1.,, ,p will not now lbe inquiired into ; by the Coroner until the meeting of parliament; so to do, will please call on John Ward, who
Whc"he r ntn e"o u py-i i lives joining tile a v cb Fare), or elithe r oi'the
wich tpsyare intended to supply, is small in a- but it is generally conceded, that the depreciation ce which, the procedin of that Inquest have ci wg 0 se the a e
mount, ..,, h: ,,p,', ,, S. II nature. As a mena- has been inore rapid since that substitutionn, than subscribers, who will show the sane.
sure oe .iltciiu.u, ,t ,',!lt L. more likely to do at'any former period;; except when the accumu- been declared illegal, The ollowingletter sign'- JACOB M. RYERSON,
hani, th1 n ,1.:i..d iia :,,llto ,eiietanSultofthose latcdstock bf ages iu tle new world was brought ed by seven ofthe twc;\e jurors is copied from a JOHN WARD, Asignees
notes, of any description whatever, should be is- into Christelndom, and thence distributed, into London paper. .Franklin, March 10, 18S)O.
sted, arid put into ciclation Where they are every other region where old and silver 1 were in iTheOham i ques.Sevn out of twelve of anlh -C I 2.
most wanted, unless tly-.erp given away, a d0caud. "Sines tf t Oldam/nuc/.-Seven out of twelve of tn
iecoeo iels etrthe Jury hatve signed the. following letter to All.FO SA .
debt in that lpart of the Unlorrwo6uld be contract- doubts have existed, whether those metals, even th ury hav se d the ollow lettr to M FOR SALE.
c.dttho .i.:, .:.'1 i1: ,,- T .,,:', :,. ,Io when employed as caricncy, haye not apprecia- aroner members of the able FARM, coutainio one
tho borrowcr.sto i-.i ,.hit: I.'. ,,I..... i.,J, ted in value ; aid itis contended, by the advo- h a Bof huldrd and thirty-four acres oland
but their relative .-,:..,, > ul i .. Ltb... ,,..- catesofapaper currency, tlihat this appreciation detu I.. Jl. '. L,- l,,. ,l.. i cn, understanding. ,,,rUe. h u, r ar t *h r t my- oaws l
Unlcs.' the currency became vitiated by the relief I p,.-I- ,tI|. continue through a long succession tl J' "t oupr louisi- i i.. pe i '..ted i li the town of Weat-
whichwas afforded, theultimate payment of the ofyears, and seriously" y affect all the operations that our proceeding to the close ofthat ivestiga- ult,.,,I,: ,v aoftheioueenL a ;e-oe,
(decbt would consuminuate the ruin whichthe mea- ,,f the civilized world. It is maintained by these ion, according to the adjournment made by you, Y
sure was intended to prevent.-- But it is pro- writers, t i ,a ,l ,n,in.i i:.,r i'll.c,P'.t 4 asb.1, intuptd n nc r not o Boston. On the farm is, besides a Barn and a
able that'the sums which n,,.'.,. be advanced, throughout I ._ v.c.l.1, i: ., '. r. ., .,, hppi,- 'p c1" rl ,1 t, ," ',l nem ber ofotherco'venient ou.uildin" S, a good
...by .,.. ,. l,:i,,c i c m -.U ith us, after n mb .ofohe. ne t UVb +di,.," ;
by way of loart, would, in a gicat degree, be which the eiiii,-r,;..il 1,3y o1 th f'.t..*1" ..l u, n i, ... i -m you twostorydweiliiigHouse,containinlgeightrooms,
J, woiwerc swoni~by Vt,,,a-1, !.-e t i,. tnhfon-rikyou,
lost.- The goverumentis ndt, from itsinature will afford, !1... t i; .l plr. ..:1. .it pleasant hall, and good gilars. Very eal
(qualiied for operations of- this kind. The price ofrals theobjectsofhumaneindustryand hu- that we are.nown r. ,I tO ri.ln u, strict letter of phs the dsoor there is a well, which even in thel
general system of credit which has been ein- man desires.. When it is recollected that pro- our duty, by goingwith you to view the body- driest seasons, affords anamplei supply of soft and
Urn.h .-r- tihe agency -of banks, and 1- the n,.- auction is regulated by demand, and that both tr eAs W a etma ha anvly excellent water. Near the house there is a
.,. .ll...','Et of the measures of the general gov- are i'""cal .',.- by til quantity of ',v i'hr deathand asyou have also before seen it, lmalous gardea, a4d a rich supply of various
oTunenit, has producedan artificial state ofthings, cy compared witththe quantity of. articles to be kinds of fiuit trees. The farm is well watered
which reouiresrepression rather than extension, exchanged; it is readily perceived, that an We c v h vevn i and well timbered. Several thousand dollars
+" -" + setntstate, would be amply suffirpient-to remove ndwlltibre %od.my eSolder om it # ousan d elas
The issue of treasury notes, for the purpose of increase in the currency of the w .1 ,i,, ,,.- sentstae, would ie amply suticient-to remove worth of riewood may be sold fro:n it besides
:, *,:%iii;n- the veneraldistress, would sendto in- situation of paper, even when -:-...1.i. i,.wo, that. technical "irregularity .* l:i' '. 'ave con- permanently and amply furnishing, oine faiiy.
creasetl.,- ,n.r,,: ,..t '.,,..'1 -... ..lhu- .,,. coin, v. ,.11 ,,. .... ,, ,,, .. exehangcale" fitted, and to, which we have unintentionally For terms enquire of the Editors of this paper;
yve to itadurationwhichi'twould otherwisae.nev- conun.._ii, in, I. ll ll 1i. I beyond what would eIi".radc parties. r of the subscriber, wilo lives iun West Green-
We'i.;We it ri".1,tfi~rth r to declare to you, ih aril ~ ay ~ (t f(otci
Ir attain. Ifmuch of the evil resulting front a, have existed had such ini:rlc s -of currency not t ht 'i ce td rt cdi re to y' which, Faifield Ceutty, and State of Connecti-
decreasin. currency had not already been suffer- taken plfib. -Under l sulh circustau s, a sud- that, from a carecu h i d candid exa, nation o cut. ISAAC LEWIS.
ed, there might be some plausible reason for.ur- den reduction of the currency, by the rejection of the evidence hitherto adduce, we-ar ol opinion, feb 12- Stf
.i, C 6., i.-uCe of treasury, notee, as a, measure of! the paper which had been employed, "could not that Ii the case of John Leesa foul murder was
,l1..;, t1,,:,. Tl";- ......I cannot lie urged in' its .fail toI.I ,.. aill the relations of society, by di- cammnitted, and we are anxious to proceed to the HOUSES, LANDS & MILLS
favor ; it is, .I ... .',., indefensible, upon the uminishihg the, quantity ofcurrency, whilst tihe ar- conclusionof the inquiry, in order hat, ifnoth- FO LE
ground ofexpediencay, as well as 6f principle. ticles to be exchanged through its agency would ing of futu evidence shouldoceur to o io... ,., ., A PLAC loomin le ,n B
" The last member of the resolution assumes, by suther no such diminution. olvfr w, m r rt vC hat Bloomingdaleand
titutigainst those whoinhumanly and barbarously as- ._ ford, West-Chester cnty.---The
ipi othepracticabiliy of substitutig,by Aninmediate depression in the price of all corna- doda1 ngdals h ilesf theCit
w o constitutional exercise of the pow ers of C o u- m id ,ties w o uld be the inevitable consequence of. ga l purpose, a d whinhac ea l ither to rem ained at [ tale, t-e firstho use south of n aenvitle clu tch
rtss, a iP''." currency fo that which now an unquialified icturn to a nctallic currency, up- 1, .., -,. i the enormity of their -it contains 10 and three quarter acres ofland.
.*s *.. ,* -*th c. i iro t a.ti the ow te 0 o a n i ; t add, that reports have i a house contains 1,0,, d,..,e, -. ,. C..!lar
In .s ,.', ,.,, tis i-rnposnion, the power of silver, a nuu tao y pro uce d, that ,.'.e..... o undi- ,, e u. +. .h h S the r c.i, c 1 n .... r, a H ,. ,',,
Con.m r.... t',. .curreucy of thed United States, niinished. But, if this reu: ,, .0 .: i ,ii,: cur- ^f > ^ -* wotae ruad yourself party, by iusiauating that ,ioent, a Cistern, Smoke House, Garden, (he

ontativN., i .itlopting th .. r...,lo, ,, i,, ,lU .t. ,',, derably -decreased," all fthe great interests of so- say to declare, that ou opinions as to the cause years .a is t na hi state f cult-
atede, hrug th : .. su ... a loy oud b m stseio sl "dee ;prpr of thc death of'John Lees have been formed tfront vatien,.with suificientl fuit o~f different kinds, a td
in t e d sed, it h o u g h tnt e ., t- l 1 .... u r, .. c i ety w o u ld b e m o s t o terin o u sly d is o r d e re d ; p ro p e a- a o s c ie io u s a t te n ti a a to th e e vi dlte c e :c a n d e e r y c o v enile e o u c fy.1 "
dcpartam.ent o: the gove~umcnt. to institute an iu- ty of every description would rapidly fal hiu w- that, ^ hnd aivatt ct en made u iudce u ThaFAM atBe~dfodcuty of Westches,
quiry as to the extent of thmeunstitutiunal aat- lue;. the relations between credftor. and debtor towcverot'ni e strit line of our duty, we ter, 44 ntiles front New-york, 9 ,nt.le3 frets
thori>y of a body, of which it is onty a cnstli- would be violently and suddenly changed. w' I Neck dStamford d
tucut member. Yet it will necessaryy occur to This change would be greatly to the injury of should have met thn with merited designation orse and a os cning, countins l.6t
the H-lo ts that if.tbe power of 4 tigress over the debto ; the ,.,. ', which w puld be neccs- W ooLF E G .O A K B So JA fire p'.aceO 5h ed ro5s an rd l itchen, a. sm al
.h.! ,c.urr!nhy is not absolut.-ly--oereign, thr in- sary to discharge his debts, would exceed that (CoA'rEs, JO KAY' JOSEPHI Duco, Jou^0. house for a miller, two barns,a corn crib, which
qtuir,, whatever ,uay be. its immediate result, which he had received from ils creditor ; the otne D^l.x. hahiis fr,,n 16 to 1800 bushels of corn, a spring
3lnst be without any ultimate utility. The ge- would be ruined without the imputation of crime, Th oloin ntlemen hva feen appointed "f ,'ter which is led upwards of 600 feet jn lea-
..-ir;.l r'ospeity will not be advanced, by de- whilst tlho other would bo earicited without the ow n hea imenS r don pnses to tkekitchen, cellar and yard; the
t. ,. i..,t there is no ap trlinsic obstacle to- semblance of merit. sUhil t ega t ed- to revise the htws on trade, duties, &c. :--l aron grist still has ,,ne run of burr and one of Eropus
,. i,.,.. n ol a pap,.r f a metallic cur- ising at the moment of siuchi a r a.e dis-W. I*u Rell, President ; Count F. S. Van Byland ".r,,. the Grind and Saw Mills have been
terny, iif to -power tu 1,dopt the substitute has charged, and the price of br .,..., omdi- at Mers. C. G. Bykcveld A. G.CCamper, C. made entirely ne in their geers, within eight
baeen \ihhh^'^ om thle Federal governmecl~t.- "ties is reduced to the proportion which it must Lc Cccq J.Vn Grombrughc J. J. Gyer J teen mouths with pebble !geer~by.M'es~rs. Broom-
X itito,- .,..." an opinion upu the weight to bear to the I. '. 1 of currency elApHoyed ats yle an Oal sia t d aet g aed
w'!,.tbbte;i) ^ ews wouhd have b..eu entitiod, i~ad medium! of their exchange, entirpriso of every ;1^er C L. Goeingari A. Vaude k-toop t. Ker by1 i al and Oak uhh e d t ane;attahelnd to

yb... gd w st tl oluon was under nd will be repressed, al misery and distress eer, J. D. Olieslayri F. Stoer, X. Uas- about acres of heavy timber land, the re-
eon.OKd.ration, it is admitted that they fuirnish no universally prevail. When this shall be he.cted. siye, and J. J. Quarle- .m.',..J The Com- mainder is arable land and meadow, of ywhich.
grounioib declining the performance of the duty the relations of social y, founded upon a new ba- i nii;.sium .,rs a:e to meet ah. II.,,..., and to corn- there is none but wlat is ft to. plough. Thnre
i,,,,osed by i:s adoption. hI the discussion of a sis, will ba equitable and just, and tend to pro- tho inve0 ation an the th euar tr about 1i acres ot corn planted last year
-c:, of -so mnuch .ulicacy +and importance, mote and secure the general ospsrity. + te thi ie. .,tio. ohthour manure, which a nl exceeds l aushea-r
the utmnst confiiience is renose.d in the justice .Such, it is contended by tits advocates of a pa- |in ta m ca. report withiu to noonts!s, of shelled corn per acre. There are 10 livings
a[d liberality ei" those who Irive rendered it ii- per currency, are the circumstances uniicr which -2 --- prings so that almost every lot is supplied with
disp,.tsat1)!. the principle states of Europe are erideiavoring to From the Albany Argus of March 14. water. There is also another mill seat of 18 feet
At the thresheldo'fthis inquir;, itis proper to return to a metallic currency. Fur aL- d<'tury fI sohrcts ad'ertisin:- ,.. o f .: ,h'teact ofthis fall on the land ; three a nd one Deacl' or.


.ae'Wve, ith t iis dieemed unnoc-ary to present past, the currency of tho sales has beenll great- chard in lIu! beariu, and a good Garden. The
anuna-.lsisofthe motives which led, even i, the ly increased by the eniployimint of paper, found- thenj. Ma-"n, of 1ew 'ork, May'23; Charles Gill- above property will ,e aold oo reasonable and
;t re..tl atiquity, to the general .adoption, ed, it is true, originally upon a metallic basis.- sIall ,of A 5 ; ohas r accounpo atig terms. Twothirds at the pur
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by civiliz;d sttes, ofgold and river as the stan- During the last tet ,t, '...,., thispaper has ceas- 5; Paul Le, .J i' ,nu uel lutell' Albany. c .aae money may remain on mortgage. Apply
dard .of valuc ; or, of the advantages which have ed to bc convertible into specie; and as no s,;.-s- Mlarchl9; ..v "- ...a u, ,,! ,'. ,. n1 '. h ..I'.- ......rIo
r..suilte""--.'.J. l'..... "lhe .'cumiiistanice, thematic effort has been made toprevent excessive 1. Mix, do..1 i: ".':..' i .1. ., .. "... JN. GEO. GOT'T'SBERGER,
,w',. --" ,, :.: ,, 't it uesUCS, it has become'redunde.nt, and, cunoequea.- S,,'a;io, of 0 .i..'. ., t.. .... L febS-Clt&Stt 82V Water-st.N. York.,