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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: June 19, 1821
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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F.DY JUNE- 1 '".,7 he i -.rcvi .'.irlsis should lbe aided by foreign pew. Hie mee-thin after whrhif the question was. lair:i-:aiu_' we have" iolheriueO. Tihe n-titura! dictates of llhat| ooe hatlf of the dluty i imported. in Port )guese liiag, lie ciuoed w~i.ti> ilis antii k mguoi !--Wa~.i f-' ;.
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erpis ; u .m i tof this there is very little prospect '-t pr lrr|i, .*'*hiriu- was ad opted by a unan mobus votei.- -me os t w hic ao n t th he r s o u*lul!b ta ,j ca t ie st*l~ L ie e a t T rj pl o w ret1 th
... ..1 i treemnmu prompts thils course anud tile present oc:- Tbe- follo'vzing decree was iluaniinoaitl. atu- ',svprd fromII hin, find ?(.Hbhed hh lnitio the ll:eart.I
\ODE.RN Glll,.LL-. sct centuries of the most, grnuding oppre~sHWn, ( .: ,- G-. HAIN.s, est). then offered a resolution. cas^ upon whic man f us wit fo th fis prve n th Portguese Cortes o. tile 31lst of. It is gr-itifying to know, that tbis memorial of
[cot.LCIEn.j and a long series of .*,i\ ,.,_'.-* and disgraces, maust approving g the nomination or Candidales nmade al time, exercise tihe rights of citizens, imperiously March. one of lhe nios- gallant action, and gallant spit.-
The r'll;".v~iig story will at once illustrate tlhc have humbled theirpride, stinted1 tihe feelings, sad \Va~hin;;lOn Hall, and addressed thie assembly in demands it. Should *>he candidates selected by The Ge-nerail and Extraordinary Constitution- its of our early little N'avy, is placed where we
mniserahh: ignorance aiud siipeistition of tlhe people, crippled tihe energies of ilie descendants of tile ira- suppo-tcof it, and on the importance of the occasion our opponents succeed, ve know not wha course a1,Conres of tihe Portuguese, nation, cm~sil ,,- h '** it ;ill long be preserved.
and tlhc lamentable state, ol their morals, and also nlorta heroes and sagcs of GrecLe Tlhc Emperor which had called tlhem togetlier. Tlhe resluitian they will pursue ; but should thley be gowrvrned that lhe aloe is member of a society, whi o is dis- --
tnaabjcet state of wvretchedness under which tey. ofRussia, has already declared his neutrality ; and was also adopted without a dissenting voice and a bruh thempl be^ dangeroubls wstoe whyanich hav e ty e!tetavr portlt sbi t h u gdaseta lwh oef- shad atl} o o sotldirs, e arne Lanhat awelnd
are kept y the Turks. A girl of the village rof St. he wi! eonllroul the olher powers of the Holy At- vote passed that thie proceedhngs of the moeethng !>e pate sults thle most calamitous. Look to the sos to take the oath simply and without auy re- Kelly, employed it[ tihe war departneat as 01-
Pea!, on the golf "f Afrgos, having lost her father ljance. Great [Brita~in is apon good terms with the signed by tile Chairman and Secretary, and publish- experience of party government, and see whether strictioa whatever, to tihe constitution awld to lhe dotty sergeauls, tlhe first atta~ched to the office o f
and m-othier, and being the mniatress 6f a sialal for. porte;andr inle~s she clearly foresaw that she couMd e(. our country, notwidhstan~ding thle barrier which bases ofti! ceases to be ai citizea, aud is iminc- tlhe Major Genemi a]nad tle latter 10 tihe Coin,
tune, was seet by her relations to Constantinople. take Greece) u; h~eraelf; as shie has danie Iie tonian On no occasion have we witnessed, nor dlo we hie- our fathers raised against tile lhoods of faction, diately to quit tile Portugueae territory, missary (General, had a dispute at their quarters,
A ttbca ge of 13 she ret rur ed' to her villag e,. She i^ ^uds n n ai~s.la uce'is to haecalculated upon, or live tire has everlbeen inthiscihy, anaassamblage has not telt to a great extent these very eo ils, w which terminated ('atally to K elly. La ldlan., it
cnuld slpkea het'.[urkrkhh, reFrenh nd !n a ia expected from her UnlessthereforeUthessorthor Youne, thl Pornteerousano respetndsoa a took ti aieereaseef while e s otooeadllhtv yeeasei col w thech ioeanow dread.a Have yoeurtl' 'domors.efAuie n oadedappers~eisto^lb^rappeahis, darossesg otsime esetee entiwchmbntsuden~had a
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languag~es; an~d when aoy torei ners passed throimh siouldd lc power fully assaded from other quarters, place last evening at .Mecaanic Hal!. \,Ve shull not suppianted by tlielhirelings of faction, tihe weak *BIAKEgLY, M"ay 7. ]y produced an'! discharnged At Kelly ; its can-
St. Paul, she received them with a politeness whic-h th (lrerks, "' with no incentive butsuffering, and then presume to give even ai sketeih of the remarks whichad)y\ foijsjia iu the, seats of wisdom, tihe wise and I promised to write to you on my return fr'om tents were received io th,' hody of his unfortunate
r~xeited sospicions of her virlne. Tile principal famneofa remote aacestry ; witlh the whole bulk aud lbll froai thle several gentlemen \we liave nameid,-- Vi'taotus proscribed, iparscdl by \vith eonteaip- I'eusaeala. I am muucb pleased willh tlhe place ; comrade, and caused almost, ntitaat deallh.-
!,easants hiad a meeting in which, after diseoss'ini \body of its oppre~sors, ch-il as well as military, E:ach ihi his turn, elech'ified tlhe audience with po'v. luaus nieglect, exposed to unmanly scorn ? Does tihe harbor is one of the most magnificent ia the Laniham has since been[ conainittei to jail, to
.nmo al" th :le hies tihe coni net o f the orp~ha a, they s;retched iipo o its prostrate lhnbs ; w ihhout tihe ciful and eloquent, and patriotic ap lpeals,, \which no*- our hiis tory show h too nm any w ays, that tihe world, andi tihe air is tfelig hlf uily pure._ T he soil answ er for the foul deed, and repent of his
,- , i ,. *i 1, 1 i i pa~ty groverninent whiirltolerates no diffe~renceee is light, but I think better lhaii [hateot Jersey, or rashness. This ]s an aufu] waringii to those
resolved ,ogat rid ofa fenmae whaon they decr..ed a as wihut ,,ie resources of a nation, ; having we wish could have been beardl |to use the laguage op^^n n hn^ al til hoor of ti. ^stat li tie iniy of Annapolis. It rectuires maauriog, who suffer their passions to get tihe better f their:
disgrace to thec village. They fiist raised the stun, al to overcome, all to learn, and all to create," of one of tlhe speakers,] inl every street au1 ave- tl^ !lrfesos ot'ils own tenets, will alwaysnum- aud( then produces the upland tice, and barley, reason.--Wash. Cilty Glas.
tixedhbytlheTarkish law, fo~r the n-.rderof a chris- nmst 1,e;cluishd at once by tliedisposable loreesaof nuein the city," liny, by ever2,,elector in the slate, bar aimohg its friends too aniay apostates, and orc nuts. Bult llh= fig andI grape, succeedc here -_
!ialn \lvlinatn they the.n broke by niighlt into \};c the~ultaii. Tlh (;'reks have llhe stronsei-t ad ten- To discrhmnhate would be inmpossible, whL'. e adl eahody ainon] ts ellneies tlhe great ass ofcail- "'cint siw eb~ 0ug,~ .ha 1 i~l. MTt.;p; .n,-( .t~. Grem'(buzs/i, {t- -nfi.) JunzeS.
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th a Ue o f tlhe d e vo ted v ic~ h n "l le n1 th e y m u~rd e re(d (| e e se,, ahltl ii s iu~ l (no n soiIr- p a th i es- -b u t w e ea n re a- w e re nm a r 'k e d w vith .p u a ir~ t y lc ,- lr t ft-]'v a n d1( ,i dle d i~l, b eleon s [ n le h, [l. ll T h i le is n o w% c o e~ e w h e o a r" e um a d e. w vith v e r little p a i ;.. a n d ro d utc e w ve l Oa th e 2 2 dof Ma a. ul ftenm
sad a nmao who was in waiting' for tlhe news of the d|er,,,, ,th,,n, n~o,.,.i:, moe-1di i. s u .le.s tlo" ts," a. -,>cndht am'ntm.mt, unl delivered witih a spirnr and we are to de,:.-..,, ..u;.'t--^.r .he.se c./itss;,all in- A deiightiul spring, 1 ,, ,. .,.,,.., to ture a mill, of W,Vliim Brisban, aged about seven years, o~f
execution, haasw.ned to the Pasha will, the price o i t ,, ,u.t.. os.lecl..,g g.,t..t)e,, h,.vinmg tim occasion. (*"t>u ~l''' t; edt--,.e~ a ..nd l erctttmed of wheother honoyaw direh ctly thru ghthbea el town. ; at pesuuedt ites pfIish brt~lher wiha a n a e, unt il w.s finers by
.,iod. Wtre,,-rhe. n .....^ar' go.-r 0ut rf,f.a-na- 3 {str ofourjndgmenis. In tlhe present situation applause pi~oelaimed tihe deep in'erest lelt byv tii purity ,, sad wio ,^ bound to ', opry__and rs a miserable place-, tie houses are early all in a small part of the skin. Mr. Johnl Fuhon, who
with the money, lhe observed, that the beauty, tlhe of their afi'airs, we must either abandon the pros- young nen in view of tlhe aplproachhng electhon, redeem your native state. Ou your activity ruins, bnt froa thle sudden influx whichr it is sup- happened to be near the placo, when tihe aeci-
TFnulh, thieaccomplishments, ofthle orphangave hiii pectof themr deliverauce, as a pleasing dream, or" which is to d~ete'rmine thle future character olf the and zeal at tlhe present crisis, depend thle greet- posed wrill take plaee, every species of specula- dent occurred, put the linger together aad ap-
Sjast rialat to a farther indlem -ity. lie, theteolre, seek smp oyther Ib iudatl)i for our hopes than an state, est and most lasting results ; by yon, at'dent t" has fni I.nenced:, by which tlie prices of pro- plied evergreen and sale to the wound : it has
despatched two janissaries, the very same da y, to inur.ection, which does not receive either pecuna .a Tlhe young men have evinced that they are indeed and1 a c:tive is tlls b alttle to be flight and perty and rent Save become very high, and I fear since tealed and the boy bas uow the rise of
FRIDAY, JUN 15,, .i the Should ,, aided by foreign pow- !1 tile e we, and the, fate olt our country decided.- will injure lthe place. Tim present population his finger. This circumstance is mentioned,
demand an additional contlrbutuoa VWen the ,y or physical assistance fi'on other powers, "he hope and promise of the stale, T hey havu \We wdll not tell you that your interest is at slake is said to be fifteen hundred, whlichl probably ex- that it. may be of benefit to others.
travellers arrived at gt. Paul, tlee village was in w.t notwithstanding the advantages which tle slown that tlley appreciate tih blessings of a fee e wohtw appeal to more generous feelings; cards that of all Vest Florida. Capital can be -
great comaotion ; ,ot, however, on account of tie Tus possess, "l their empire ean live no patent of goverument-wthat they veneram the constituton w e would call lo ytour memory tbe Mootgoierys employed here to advantage, and all kinds of me- FhEI) CTowN (Mdi.) Ju e 2.
horrid murder they hIad just committed, but at tile eternity ; in conaoan with tlhe nIighty ofother thnes, ormned in the days of peril and of war, when the and Hamlhoos of other times, illustrious young chanics are muchl wanted. There is a supers- Ti el. Crops.-- e understand that the crops
greediness of tlhe Pacha. itsdays are numbered ; and sonser or later ]et the spirt of liberty lired the breasts and nerved thle moen, wIO, eveon i a period of deeper interest and busdanc of office expectants, and of adven- of thts gentry at no time wore a nore unpronis
A long season ot hmdliathi servitude, and gre- manner and causes be what they will, tlc period of arms uf the S'es. the ptreiots and warriors el darker character, equal to ehler hauds, bore up tiutrs of all kids, whose situation, I fear, will ing appearance thfan at present. It is believed
vioas oppression, have comh nd to etuih, a dissol must come." For ourselves, we care -and ltilt they will guaid n he charter oftheir lltheexe rci se s n r o ary. Iii ents, I read nosbteven l aly. Ihee wio se. Tdetearied l- tat len av oera there viia paodgiureaI .
mimtftfof tbeirexampletoryoWioll[atesencdan-lreayrsetentawyers hru who sem tieremined to t least tilhelf f what teyashou npreduee











great degree, the originHal character of the Greeks. ,ot hmv soon. rights 1ea1 the unhallowed touch o facetio n, 'rhey gr t you should uow, through sloth o b i'differ- li take ne star of some doze or t-wo oinre who The injury is attributed to the ravages ar the
The tender mercies of the Tirks ane eruel; and ,, e t are aroused to a sense of the threatened danger- a ence, S|)are your efntrss, a party convention will are on their way. ofhen the tose n and countryi-. essia. Fiy, atW i to the failure of clover crops
Greece has drunk her filt of Turklsh avarice andi "moahe soasatlsonol Quesion Jbr lle hsl lime.- a redeeming spirit is abroad in their ranks--lhey be formed, and the Repuhlic lost. Your hopes, rew, there may be business for four or five oi for the several last years. Where ever clover
cruelty. Nhtwiidstagndhng the salhity of the eli- So hnauh has Ciedn said iTelhe optoastioe papers, aod have put mn thle armour of defence, and hare nobly as honest int will be blasted ; to you the .i.- "i,, best among then), and a few of tlhe \worst, snucieeded and wheat ivae seeded on the sanme
tilte and tse fertility of the soil, a face furrowed wiy l such an air of earnestness and snfidenrce, in dicweras ined to acquit themselves likneg vo If and nfi public tife will be closed; your talents shall but tohe middle cIass will inevitably starve.t,- ground last fall, tle crop seems to have escaped
witheare, sad a body lean with hard laborfand regard to lthe ineligibility of e Chancellor and e l A e spirit pervades among tse ofler emhersof t raiseyout, the honors of yourbcountry ;yonr There will be no courts until the organization of than dine, longto ld very luxuriant. The woran
Pau, il he guf f Args, avng os he rthe s' paea! for sthe p miego dst hatlam ito s. Lokn o e t iend ed t ohae terri oral tho simplent d wh i th outall b e n ext llye mploye d at-w r tislie war ept eartm entaso











scantydiet repre t th body. i most distance, ges to the Coaventioun, gnoes they vwcate their s.,iety, who have every tCing at stake, the cotu- edtactc;nsoistuti on suit f p te rae br eiusti ua er othileof
01 the modern Greciaa. The atteiiioai rf the tra- oltu~es, that manym good peoplle may lhe led to believe tieii wall not be made thio "lbot-ball of parlff." life offer Softer hopes ; a party government will be J think more favorably of the Pine land than are doing extensive injury to the corn and ather
yeller is t.very moment directed from tlhc ruins 0f that those writers really meaut what they said, and ADDRESS. exeicisud .ie paity liwn, and administered by .some of why friends. v t here it is cowpenned, as tender vegetables. With little value attending
stone and marble, by living ruins. Cahins of dried ti., ,, ,.* .. .. -' ....l i te /riMs/, arc in (act incompatible. "y orI M E N or .N Ew-YORK. party men ; yottt industry will be oppressed by un- it is called, thiat is, slightly manured, it produces the produce of the soil, and eaereased diffic oltie
itd, more fit for the abode of brute animals tfan We have already, however, shleun, o ore ithan once, t shepeopl d. ths stte ha d,.d It oxpe-. equalburdCns;its earnings, exposed to unfair lax- rwch tbirty or fiort bushels to the nare aud bar- i" obtaiuiagj t, the farmer must feeldepressioas,
of men ; women and children in rags, running away arguirc feom the Constlitu!ioa froem established dieut lo subno it their coshleniein to the r(vitouw es ; iur strears at justice itself will take colo r from lay, from sixty to eighty, Indian ctrn requires and tbe price of lands be still more reduced.
At tile approacof t8he stranger and the janiShary ; laws. and precedents, tliarit lere iSho foundation, or of a Conventioe The choice of Delegates to this poltlted ltuntains, and your persons, your char- a stronger snil, What is remarkable, I observed -
t'l afpia hLed Toats kish,pm esl bills, and tlhe dogs alone remaining to receive you l"ri e Of settlig the question at oince aul forneve, fcnues expes to you our li g o. thi t. pof trdr cli othe eeeiru onef ttene wibyil ug d the i~ry*P". o fak r etperibck has beentmadeo f wood nea the pArtc h, wallch thas amely bieen boke
with their barking--suchi is the scene thatr dispels andl stopping tlhe noouths of our oppoinenls upoa tbis eaon pobal vrbe nt resquire t oa acy which we- of urchtiii-s ou ther ifers.Frne byou to pafety t springu.l' fi r t e xpeigbrhoodt hos ben madeo f it i s earw, wee Archovered hes ltes bof bakes.run
theeceanh) which fancay woaht fain throw bver tlhe suhijeet, we will appeal to tlhe Convention law itstql, shal rob~ vr setln ao r eqofgovrned t to ae 'fc l oTh d u- ataeho1'unltSs you press cosyent-bans aftr ety e this s i. ah y th ae n Ig h av seorbigbixdodrd of Pesaoaccasdwl er isc[sperked sso snakes] weefund
ty ofsetthngunitfwrnmallynveroienerpam ea lilt,) ut wio t s en te b ase u l itsyauthoitycotsen o-bale m an ed- be[ Ar th ui any p ol the I .hVe osee loag x d d ed psto l lu e siths sp cl ed s aaes]u whi h lere foun














objects in Greece. S ach was the account ofChateau w hiich seems during llhe controversy to linve b~een ourselves only, hut our posterily to remote geee live !-- to pioitess p rin eiples you do noL be- with shells. nestling together. They were swept off by the
sriad I) arke *avs the owner of a hut i overlooked by us all. The qualifications lo r Er e- rations, cannot be conte ilcted without tle ,sl lieve, aud worship men you cannot respect. Al- 1 lle people of Pensacola are veryimpatientfor water, 'i'm which they were fished Fp ia nets
Naul, site rced loatohche tors under this law, are thns siyctnd in the first goinul soli tile Gnowe lled t oihayoi taxeofise taty pacites tat ale tion t Our pge'sent cnitstitutio l wasformed durich [, foiave died, tiSatn endure--alternative, fioan arrival ol the Hornet, which is dally expected vermin had long remained there h and thvir ex-,
cis compeled tsu paicaitax of ser v tThe principal t at o remote, a ;willtilewholebulka from tileseveralgentlemen so havesnamed.-pr w o ;l e wiich yt u ca escrib e un\y through y to o\wn ea m Geteal wdJckso is extremely po>ultr aO l ec e w ld nev ave be n death
for hinmsel, h aving three sons, they [the Turks] de. by itre ssors, cuivilas wl as tar lens it dre, firth, as fur thei purity of .io- lortps. toien l whith I dod not expect t. and the case ; but hreakinn of the wall had not exposed tlhj ic tlto
manlong thoi ea o the C pandect of the Orphan, te tc e he yirostrare l dlb s "wit sho l livtes wh lapnd eviloqu and the di.siotermt,'.d leveA ..c"" (ofVhi it"r"mO%, li tt "e 'ally owaysfthat tile wrld, a the y ge aielihtullpre. er su light of day.
resovedtoge ri ofafeale horathe deceedit nionaswthcm th re~cl f i oatou haing e wsh culdhav bee herd Itolse\he Dolrnge UAngovenmet wichholeatesno iffrencta[is lght buhI tinkbettrstan hat f~lrsth orras riese ]ahie1,anry sufwaoinnto bot














and isr haicthes aull a yTe ntie oftr ais ondtill! oss; s al t freeholdlto e sarasallt of e enuine liberty displayed. streile t .a" .al(, ">e I>,p d ,p,"hld stilthe onorsoftile ol a Ie e rtl iy of A n nap of Ie q u at tllei h
~~~tile I~h)rnlesstrs hi )ts on onoWll allwasnaol- tld th en produces tileuland rice, aundbattleys n nWah Ct Gz














fixnd e i Ty pau ish l, baw- f or t>hre o ()riu o s ,,,, heb actually eroioln| ]i t)le tl d tis, or ib a sires tf" nilet ileCitnll byeve ree o r intil e d'Sate s lor the u l < i> l Coni. tiog .-,,- tinse eriepnudsity ins. f" had bgaen sucedrm ed ti le Pi t lF.;. u_, .reJ. -- -
thouea the devoted inee s in ll l w hilth eyn c ourdren, to gain Ipg a i i upolnt e or l siin~ r op ?,a ndes b we il c ian ren wer *,_a w i~ -ri-, 6r,.,.,^ ^,; : itl ,,- (fill, ho.a n est, poen a t Las itgtle i JIlow comi h l w e was an aexid te nsvitk ver litt e r pa .f pro duert we ll, Oil til 02 o A a iabtrha.-- 'ihe W esther slt~ig ia













eabl,a ,aterill)sin waitinge, for ine said new so ti' sdhallthavebeenlOr nuo wiare by lauwexept s the hrp-ell t contlits livh ered "rafly spierit s and Wea ewtry honoerble exerioo to promote ils ihud thlat he does not own a single fotI and that New-LofolrBwhich left New-York o e Moaday
lpuoonale, aftedll eators t as ing th tile pricweildio taxation or militia duty or who shall have -f5 ritish policy, was engaged ill uormiog thlt ofuccs, nle is engagedin noneg tille townIcaseswhichn have motuiug at o'clockc, arriwd here ohlesterdcytby
tltepoobee nlIec tea r asin i to tie l assessed to work on tile public roius and cot(eisliulioe, which lislor so many years sied c- ,rIl.lI'uck, JUt, Chairma P been made by otaicars. L trge Iwrcaseshave bien tie new road heswber th s ail aNew-Lodon, at
ever arrive when Gr, acce might be delivered f'om the higbways an]d.] sh'll av wold tlieieeil or uPou [temi" aod tS, ulie choicest bles..ings of libei- T.tluM 3AS C.I.AFTItjIii, t)Secretary. n'ale,,:_.,[Buut et'iJlentoui"onxw -,? ,":1 ,; na"";,' --- .li1t' ,i'I a* v ,;b~' :ml; "'r'ouin' 'T"'i7--x-nr'k-a" ..shorle ,
"ahnln. eto-tyranny; and .adding. ]* I)we bad t shah have I,,,itt u cer l1itiaiir ti tior, lft)rcnii- le. A 'o-.iiu oig5skt),d Ali-.*| oJIhn"'l e a av c s l awha
Sleaderi, we should flbck together by thousands, and ,,g ,o lawai shell be allowed, nrieg cle three by stch enn under whch we have nearlyd stor ith ) nsm h sel ho t til e loi ha it ,,.ee.
soon outa-e.ldutoTurkish domnatliol.e T le Qnar- daysoftsuch election,Mto cote by ballot, as afore- prel-tenohnue In eaaths popuhtthon and n,,tlona ,,,,l ........ ie itena s retturnig to tlyo Seat oivi shov e was, writ til eosurdellowsU, Wo en before B2r1. .l
-oonlh ptil acopishens ofn (lt' orl'l pee hil .'Ltithr deivrac as,it p lea sing 11un *or wh~ichiro tefel, il tlio le fnot be ca icu II h n za tteprsn rssdpn ierr oed witlol take placenl evr speie oreecla lliet occurred, putlv tto recfge- togulier an NOIE














elyn~eview thinks such ^acriptios apply only to slidiate ton 0r ward i. whud they -.ball ac- ipreeae^t, sht,uh o ut, he, ahre ,w,, :^^ ^;^ "^;ithou ghratitudlreh 'orho uyt rcie the susr!e haenobeattispacobwttn-as
thelagricnlturalisls it hed neighborholn' of towns, t ual Sy reside r founAntd infohfu lrhinthif,.stale sxpe senreradme psoveP lastingresiults ; by yoit bus .ih- rst- c the to returw to icsaeula. e s ot f ldges ithe gratreeadeithf sierale tbe r awo n owt
dad twote Haygaristilesvery same int urr-ow it so happens, tlhat rthe sixth sertion of The f y w shoun d appoach ,ceuthea inde edl rnac ie, is t hisb atl e t ber fov, i u *th ti ade- i n 'o n has ye bees heard of the Hornet. General (edge tile re ei oft, a d eboysd nowt ersof
Jackson aanks tillo, afes aes of ole -rmloteshehed peasantry ofso,,e partsonf <;n^ tonLw xlesyeats IA ALhwd|^mig .i^tl utfo u hat l phia malet, a, ,:U ,eurs per bu.hel i aud uew ptato l ea n a hsbeelo bar ^ Thee s e'- promoting the objct ia wtliehhe is euaged.-
dhe countilyl-" E.ry itling, savsuth. writer ye- "PI:'RsOas ES'i'IT oth er'powe rs. ( lh :,e and pro'm .'s. Aof hesa. a ho;i:;,ta ely l es otr n dlltr, t y.sttkaidtobeth undr. \ehavegihen up all y ex-t t oi leayvbe then ity ;othserso
senred the appearances pastomalmtranqutitY t Ihe ter. Here, then, is an i xtlress and solemn di f uhedevils of a day and s O urisha d by sfa hw amn- The ,Add,,,ss ,,f fl e n o arl oftleas h toutheir Fcl- n aenuh. hs uftated Teeis cVri r.lustn, ew de-neb t and tha te
ceasaotsofabttedLi thisrapntresthetreAs a pers.^ s at ^titled biiion, shonid bc. kept a!;,r ofl. leer ,f ihe wi low Citizclxn-, will I. fiwlound tile last p:,s~e.. ] __ ran^ al!^ th p"psa ^ [a ha been made: pose to lend( their assiitaace towvards I"rout".",
l og r e d *ul a ns o f t i l e i c a n d p est ipoa tio frsio wt o f l ib e r ty ad s a s c o u ld n e r v edo tt e e n w o e v e n i i t p r i o d i n t e r e s t a-d o f o ffi c e p a s u d o f O O f tins b e o e v o l e nt d e s i g t t h e i r d o n a t i o n s i f s e
do its"a ys ao nu mbert e d ;l a n s oonert se l te r ,d A d a t nr ap pa d there is now very- aile pr babdity of pettinit. k i n t h ae D .
Ahiteneis, sand eairyhnt ind thefr hands a w ies o te e l y perle t co s agitUl til, e piat car t \ e exwca fro i ctr oMMrNI(;A'eiox. i f i o all k d w it i I f a % i
season w,, u letivemlroyedrinfilowigtheirlatrge good Sirs, of the American, tile Advocate, tlie ena ofntied skill, and acting, n t for the pub- Insat!,tion.--Ou \Wred osday t ry. tl;th tist. the o I tOrssetihn before t iem lse lefJoly. \ICKrIA va 59 Fultoo-street, rato thf care of
coksOprson, w hanvsev Combiedp t lo ex tva tue then i a they Argut anMuth Uew lbanyegi>,Oer--pray tes l us lie good but fh r party tlrposg Let us teik rs n I. N. ?,>,x ,,e w was installed as Pistortaf ,he| The cahtanthenth is deg hptdlcly situated.-wuke
'fle teonldher underiep s loa, of nauie tree;, nd h chancellor and Judges, or any other UaSc to d a period wlhentthe two great e oiniedal lanceSre yoLurheffnoCon.retations at aaddleriveriT creat taste has been displayed h then planatryd eeeved 'aud forwarded wth tlose already
Greeceiha selr uderre herl Trsha n avair tic< a adrecdt new Church at S, aaiL, fleritarhen (1out eh ii-tsev. the uion fe rdeeaboutfieral lasted in nu abere al t s yg rhe beeverenl ove
d it r e gron their ipe reed he rude airs oftheir pbersond, may not be authorized to takeu a seat in ll. Pc s al o ,u t"""i0't difored, e s ot t place t ot T Yinished e. i. ine ode, heare t T ile enren nubra-
Couelry.v '1,,, ,,,.,,,i*I ,t h *bito f dthepats- ov w g i d opnion. Atthat penodofuniversalexcitement, M b e i osv- bot this aity obliciatel. Aftertheintro euar te m, f ia l arsea a ns e,; tery cnIioi (0 an d whe Wiles toldeedednoy ti eSn
hae ut.lt"il r"to O dfwceitdhaeessy hnethwnewllbebased;toiootle. il-wbhiilchd haclsvwllinviaby trv- rondlatfaltie robSes o avecae














,aoes wle havef'ertilty e beauties of Arf c ia, you noaw w th say that ir yof' a rnis h ad the peoplle wilas ld terminod to acquit 'es the onstitution of dublicservice, thw sll eml cere; nvyofur stale Shall u
idl ,. a,,_iIbold every step the justaess 1of the and both branches of the Lg islature are wrnc |lthisastate. A pai tv cotventiou was clos,:. ; th t was peyrlormed, and the Rev. Mr. Sc aotfler reached These will eo ourspied bylamti ber ofrgenteel adefit -thisalnd otb erycitis. u rit. hea adwitiorm
,t e i c f a-res lt you all l w. It gave to the Cout il of a zea nl on or le p hili g o sal, 1, 3, 4,5- / lhanoxt nd e adt he es witil ten or twen ty illes around, fonr the dther Ctbe w objei tS u tl Cwise iat o a d tina e
t, neys aind ir e ntodie ofbtlhe i lstanGods."nc WHO iS tiLL[AM n ORTHe? This isnatquis Appiutment an iuee, which leas toytisday, who h.av every'r'hinmstabrancefeou, eenuu sake o( having a school during the sumner, plasre wod a mrsthisSan so d e
ofico tat anygoodpeo lePay le adnt hn'opifi ldtif a tiou;dor halytilspu suislo prvate winer.arrlie














Stile moay, perhaps, n ave, lcm The case in a sfhgle se- tiesw wehame severaltndes puicar, sic helkept thee siide i palts ditrarted seo re o l g.." .llbe Ithin kos"i "i e t is bein rena a v bl tilePin enl a;neditiafa r and oine whnsialeC injurgonenes d eotloheiiuse-
vclded dist,.cit; be t as a gederae de riophonsen,,w fiterse t [lldent ^ It flaote y u said, appToeket ADRSen, divide, 1 lls dist rated ou councils ,| og,.arty ltio,>. A adinsit, ero e daby Som very latyfe and re suffictsi s h hng-a -tie d er v temporal and spiritual improveat end
aillwelavehearblearidreadwein ink it nmst be l- fr tI'Cn .r n o th.os .wh h.hy a pr te a at h e lgthl wea h .have ahnost hOrunanimnnslyb d ;deter_- l Odlie i an dtry .elene, lubers of the s theran by e eu n it e is nllh, h t is riably" nreation of staritu of the oucman family Thatdsuch ae .difficulies
m, orrect. Siucethe R bussian txpedthion, lhie Trks)h of thae uanlnatow, with % the e woceplto n that 'Iey are oiued, that its evils could no longer be eudired. x eurcll i tellis a;ity accompanied their Pealer to tya like their.e o ort hlstontiacreians.-dTe r i o ,btainy senasbe witnessed is the fe ,ds,. ,n
oke as born e with increased weight ; ag d in tn e not arqguin ted writh t illiam North. If the sti/e oi Yet, phtiu as the lesson is, whi lel this piece of 1.. .... ....... v, wh'eethe j ei t wilh a very hosp}ia- water isveriy good. eh Indian c ornitehesatdpoor sire of le public's bumble servant,
a the ,a hitaahof haeve laern slauhtile.red, a this getleman had heentast ea to Ilis na10 e, tle en- of r history inculcates, wve now perceive ill s ltst .. .,... ad u etea' ulyourpied by tsn soleurm tngeu r siiy hi Amemica. T. OSGOOD,
rinheg ohabatinae hadwabe bdir onsdtat have been made, aB utf otc upon tbat party, who for a fetu y;arn past, have *sd i. rproes rtve proceediylgs which they witnessed, the A hbasla has been unusually high fer this ee-- orm oJn14, 1<7.
Albanians, until whoa e suhermslv are des it ed, aad wou hltlao e been, ilfposs"ib L atll n r f e v. be e cropsed a ex tes tt y u eour feeity.hhey a d esti oye d season of the yealt ln coasequenee oE whieh
hillsto andstrdy, heIhlh us. asfrotsinth uperemaining tae hveefect.Omorenesey-i.nt,-res1ting y. b te.e1















yowt tayiravel leagues without rooing tha single ls en y Stopin wg citizens; llhey ohtve procce.ded to nominatile iostaledh to ihe astordaycharhef th e Prl ensby- eas tioss aiy thels, uperh pa to. le sit hasfb e en sut ae o etdneay-rdt.eArc ,h ic i... s late.l be t, Rev.
habitation. Grinding ,opplre-siot, andbutrages of e reqire d siae o act. aT halant le Pdtoial trg whoeeof yo uegaSt et this Sol ttie Pe,.hb ,ps eorauso of Pnyti ts Sn ordIvee nests o.f snakes.c un-
c ,rykd coplt th dtu,at f agriuhnr, of the Revnlutioniary Var--wvho \as Aid-de-Canlp graoinds. ter J lean Chiurcli in this city, tlle Rev. SAMuE:I. B. al crefp will be made this year. But for the Re- Miss Edr-ei Alten, daughter of Mr, Nehemiahi Allen,
tile cht]), Whic lin. T oudrfiveaGtilkle athr iow oh ie tubjethe Wl ,Ar l S totiuben-w o wa Adutnt Genlaiterlf Wserethe seaetorm of us ,haolen, t li, a good de-I[[illbe tftu'nlessly ofu rwitll Then Ray. aftr- liette hnlitany p lassed y I r~s ha e dstr, eingmied idreaofhocains [pcke sae]yee.on















ca to carry offhis wi and chltrenlo put hini o the army under cnash ovgton, in 179--who or glee un eptitour ltopreenouhl ouey o isId lcitpesyided Th this countyy wod he e d tt o. ay Yesterdet toageth Friwea s w o eptn h offe nb yey-
to detth on ,;,,laghtest pretext, is me pot wth si y.;ars represented this btate, with honor to his [rY' r;ep1 b ae wermo dro r, o Kingston, preache te a rt of the U ni o lahere veryi s oarenidatder, ^ f^romwichty o el ren
the lowest aCaoftria most insignyicaot villoger The ] ol stlo uerts, ad credit tohlnself, ii the rBenate of e s Ia othrc times, nhen wt e are called opoo to I th vlsesaw TheiRp .Mr.WoaodhulluaoftPrince- on reviewing the troops. \ashiagtoo City, lo Miss Jniana Comstuek, danger.
r~o uotry hin ge uieral, Cha teaubriand lells us, is un eul- tile Uote'i d Sta tes- -who has been several times h/y dow n tile. gra d l~ and in ark of civil liberty, t"" Kgav lhechcu'gr to tthe Pastor ; a ud tlie Rev l ,ad-Qi arters Jllontfeter, M ay 10, 1821. tar of Dr. Da id ComItack, of th fa or er place.
tevate a, bare. dosotine, wild. and tlhe ground of Speaker of tlie House of Assenblylofthis State, aad wh.c should select mueu unshaekhed in op iu i Wn, ue- reai Ht nt' e 0i eierel. nu tl harogo ut ande ole- TISIO OF THESOUH. -t9 2D.
a yellowenotw clleolor of w lhered herbage. There who, d.-""" e la r % h, when H"""Land Iris arul r restraifed hy y plewgea ad freected- vermin he 6th ri is. a-e re ; and f the
ais uo rivers lhat deserve tleappellation ; hut small wer prisoners-,when the thunder of the battle rl. ta t but r ther unu'y--en dg, s ''erratec aso itertrtelp Tpuhl arand wGenerato witold doan s tee ne to ons, o ns psyeve ew feero Haana io f lrk,
-S]Lie 1 Allfree ittl citiens f thi stat,,iostileelnid un\vhere litallthstortaholdllfor efx'eI'Ls the whihsIldd altispconafindsileaasea;getfbeakig of heawll hao, .,I', orkt
















foreahms and torrents eshich are dry in Slu -oer. e o l-d over our heads, and the eghtnergs flashed up- frtthrew l h, asy for thep tait of ^Its-I Mr. ityord, of Norfolk, lhas publisb- the con- thepeasure wth whicb ', .. ;., hi,, -.,,',,,, John C. Snih aged years, sou of Georg Saith
man of' him tl annual payment of tooru ine w it ttie whic h pf ti e p e I VC,'I r f", nums of areia and Clst ily no, ill a pat p hlet (faaided hv Col Gc ...,. ,il I g....I ,., th- .... v, deceasn l ,i i,,i'f ,a
ar-houses. or scarcely any are to lie san it ea rey wh the shf, a whonl they ar called upoa to legislat; Who e,,. p, ,,e r asserts, that e d f Noiato ingf ThiCanlTch, ofevery debyheentsofithecanton-e At V ',,... .nda ,1 ,e-" Sundayeve gastCoI.
and ei havem tbeenactiDiusall enrolled fou orhrni .1 1 lit t"he aes win'aasets ha hemrdrolti*iao, oi litepniei i a .itn- .- -"
















thountryl; you oincerve ao h hsb ildman, you ;eet n a ienley galreatuilng us ai every porip 0 our nohu ern |ha vu gathered ktorletdae in the scieoce ol guy- t ,.,,,,I .... wa, pdrpetiat'dyh v Catillao hi-lel e-t, tlhe drenssoad liseqllJe af the soldiers, reflect Marian,,.... ,.... ..I I, ,, who lias resided at W ash.
carts, no teams of oxes., iclhing canl be more ntelo Irontier--whcu lle stara. of war howled along o ur ,,,-eliSc its, froml every country amd froma ev;ery .' ["" .alep htle\a awkee hy^^ ^ oul l~,thlnsemlveslte uransdd thtlirthoflicrse iteallhe :,iij'I I,.. lredwitel. m l~lg[n e~aea she r iollne,drp an~d fOnnrltrydtl, at I'tt ,-;-[,].--, K''y".'.!ll }
,nhl t, l nee o be a,, to dieae th ar,. s sea coast, and Washin'gton was smoking inl ruinls, age-wvho are able to penetrate llhe darkness of,'t ''' ',he cri s of the ie "and beouh a st a nw a to r ,y *? ,, theirf dsur|ai tiie xpcatind sh ier y appernce, ron deennyuuas Aee sop d sown, afters e1,i,1. .o,
-)f madern .vhe l, where you sti l perceive in the oame sarth with a patriotic address to the pucblic, utui tile as d restraf ponf our ,,lhsthtio,, pro spare hin. One the othek r hand C, Castiolltio pe- otfe i ,ue atIt,!ud e s tlinot I atSingle foytad th,,alit In Campbell county, VirgchltN o tile 17th May
rack af traces oal a.'iset ones. Having seidtais ia an axtiered nios services in auny capacity where he is \ poicy sha, l hrel hru e n t ri s t lates,tlhat e left (larcia ad Lagaurlette toget-tle ipes and expectaepors of teswh c hun ave y ols, Mr. iharles Ltone, scknr *i t tlh e renmark.ibeb
tie.po.r.mansltears; a si ng i lew p s sni as littl wo lor pid s i I*s' 'u'ld .ordepa yage ouo h 20 o/eas.iidrR, w d e.o.a e f I e w sb iebti ar
ubecs,w vith ,'Btc, caps oil their heads, like the galtey- f' beassefl fevnasaor po roat sn ,""uilitca, Which h as, Oye e w li tle whn h ex-. r. CL L, F Ah 1 id-delCaut i. new read in the vel-70 at t
ev r rrvew en Gr e. ihtbeOei .d ro t il e a d I, tre ho 'c st il l '.e Tr OAt n s Iaw, TT~e LL}rst iia e crthe at cryd.o lv tn n l f 1 if. b u .):,, ", ,,h -,- o etv0 A i, ti-ev4: (r 1700- i t -the-

















sIlaves at ML eimles,a olilly wish you as thcypash ot t***Iesays ., a. Sal have w or thei e cu-, or taw)(b'... i,,,), ,,:, .t,..n.tlort the ndI IeI -at, shal have ssed1hyww. a n ewas"
. ,. i, good ,nori, Before ,l,e, tey drive I hsfame,his chara ter, and hs worth, altho gh he the lig lt in w lhch o ur itize, upon ,spasm o ,tiesev, upot n e- J,, d e e .... ".. ...', r .......... w ite e, aa dt'as stel dla t o,,t wler,.l riarivani itead v\a 5,,LL
,sc,.or small horseswith lehghacoats, wilhare te hasavl'esiteid acimm ttihsociy;,,aud e the hatee, r. roru,,s pes andah r us dr.,
ailea erSe sho ld fock wJ 't eeob thou ands'and ine t lawssha l be llow d, (1t1" cocktictlaptaflynUB rIillw11, u dersvarticw e ave eulh it r. Mpyoln!lilwnAl 'li thein tohh or Ilsdlri}l tt1th"'.e"Ouerati law y rs h veh-rrive sin e th

















sufficiet tocarr5 their .-caity ric equipae, or the "mn wlho is noamnated with Ils fellow patriots and : evr adso re ll;r "n lit. Ia My et
soon put all evid to Turkish doini Th ruc a ee. days of suchel heotion, t ovote Idpedet as afoL a aure sa-.red n 'lhe execution Wefltlh, ollissad toahdn1r1dita 1,ad., tiom the ieherranean ; and tht the to a jt ofiiour Hvl-MiOh.vereins and 0 Mciti-
,,ro coolllte~rvncy'rd. ouud ts desolate e- Wheoo ,, o ward,, itwi ch the y l,1,:ea ep ll- e ,, Sh ul n otbe y,, altv ert, e lapse ,a o ,,. l eyfo,'. Its ,eai y p',,d, ,,to,'wi .tile..er E terprzo., ieot. aearney isin te so- z..... o" the d Staeslor early ells, tyNOE
gon witha sea athnoin as souh tar ; place on the lcat T ,ket.h V gho \,ill sty r m t.,e o whe.n i ea tudey t su be aibed o ascrgoe il.i
wand eac fuuae n ie ites oouin grato 'uills IftieprAzcs oltamg t nile r o \hr e i lt o nac. m atenoun retu rnthioty Pwensc olshais Nostridit hh :. :,,b u. d M ~ f~ute-

















declivity of a lock adilaptidated wachto ft ow, a or- stu h n,, ,, ,, ,-e i ,d ,. ,,, ...., 11, ,,, .,-- the carter ofl their liberly to illustrious One ,ld the bloody scene toolk place, a>dl the murderers era- for Pe sacolai. willh ,, ,, .o.f. ,, heahh.
all(iell convert, ht a winharet ivise froym the midst of rNeoitwhohare ppnsth and ever have bee in, as ornvf tO h emo(ry o( whosl), characters, thlli t no longer p e%,ed in llhe act.--*yeit/.i Capt. Warn intone lii'the nav\d came up. iu the llGera hooks, *r ', c ts' ...tt leMny "',* vard
,tdesar to antnlnce 'the empe ire of lavery ; Iota s eir county, at tha htl \\'iolh they drew tpu te \'iew.e through the ,,dst of prjd.he, shall b,. __ *[tain P,o. Catpt. \adsworth, of the navydeatp l hi s h w ...... ,, '.
lmr- of"goHts, orBa nuEiIBr ofTsheep browse npof a ,ltroops of Rhoyal Geoirge e iaoteir hat 'ts with vh trp v Co miteurhet National Gazette.) 1haeu ia the eiy a day or two. w not have',ll oportn a Calltopol ally
senate theappearanceofpanusraltranquilit.eThe Ir-hopeaof rariogefronther beforethe.,tI,

















peasthey itlietsh the legacy. Evtr y consihueraclon, hxrorac[ ed p t l lofr dle.d Lisbon, ,tleril l. .Fllo wttcale [il rnilN.l Troe.--tie u delastaid tlho o in ad l barre' l, l*reve ii Idlu totea 01f nrjirl-o.
,aae amo, <,ICohlumsof ruhs ; let tihe tnrbau of a dA A oiedi'c n th" ittriue ia l lance of; tha sb- Our congresss has come .0 the de erminatioo thea tile sword wi thh cthv a lt et ,t1 ,,,, Lieutuoan ot v deru, ^eir a ci
Turk put tliiVrdesnnr tot *. ,_l, ,,,l render tlee road e lig Tbl h al, *t'ere i e Jct nleapds the srcbiee of ptt prejudice on to prohibit altogether the importatitn of F~our, Trpp, wreted frou the commander of a Tri- lug nrevifu.lv eau .ht eamnun.rAted t lo le puw-
5,.1 miore ;!,,,eiy ; and you hiei lhave an accurate ; G;ENI-:RAL MEUolET1X(; OF TE [SDI'DPEM wENT tis, occhinm ; and wbe, io additioN to thlisG we !u take )lare u iAitn tao uiontls 'roi. Ithe 1 th polioan be'srei w\tiele ho boarded, il-the al'lir olf rts ween tortehred claelmntuns uof'Ir t1)b f'l.


......r, a d nip'ed m.tot~,l~la.-I -i.IIy -tbiib ..caI a.-t: Iz
idea ofwilat Greectinowtprcl ts. R]vPI'L1CAN YOUNt MIEN. ( Alin recollection fthei,tct, that t he preset pc- iost.; ad in llke manner, wlreat, when tlheineu- Tripoli i, l;B0-4, has been received from one of eacrand entire itat l \aou thoea4liver:aia.l.,i.
The Gree,.. deserve a hatter lot;; but it is ques- Last eveniI i there ,as a general meeting of the li 'a ill the history oi' our eoatr i d i Liui tortusit p c t da'd h a ng tlt trophie' ,at 'ouslhan Iha,'t aer 'ai d r
i e d b y a s p i ti t o f m a g nl a mt n i ii t v w h i c h % ki t h O u r k h i i ,,d r m j d o e s ln ot e x c e e d P R s 8 OU 0 p e r a h l u i li r t h t u N a v y D t)e p r t mn e n t c i u o ov(l l ~ \ c fs a r ie s .
titabhlh.hrlleyareasvetprepared toiprove heliendent Repubican b uoutg Men of ihe ," Of ,neighbors, has gi everyar to ihe utter aboli- T1,;1duty fo;reignveil will then be lEs. Q00 Liuten Tripp it will be rnmnbered, t t a ,
theircholdtio, It i,?l!,liet e "ad by o ,,,a ,. H., ,,1!New-York, at Mechanic Hall. Cn,.Uivs Wn',p ic ito ancient party distinctions; a, also, the Ilep'r alquLer, on tlh, hard graiu usually ,., iumpd o board tile Tfripolia, ollnved hy 36; Mr. A. \\:,.at kw;rk ear the house, iond :)i^
i,!,^r~ei-E l a ,ad isqt chair, and Mr. 1 ,.os. coble ,,x,,miEle reeently Oel usw Ports of .1 .1,o1 AMid.hipmal Jonathan Henivy aid ii e ,nej, al- Ovocc a,
i thp worvl- iiFF lrovt ei! t. They have b aun of CIH TT :U'TOX, was appoint eted secretary. Tihe ol;, est '" -be o is our col ederitcy3, O 1 "ti occaL tel ranea it ; Is. 100 per alquier duty elly t e soft teh" vhi'ch his guo boat fell ff, lOaving li e exp) o- onlsu Cthor and ix tstau hy e xph'd1 "
1piti "I, direct tlheiratieliento!!epursuih ofliera- j jectsofthe meeting were then briefly stated by ,JIss Similar to tile present, the course pursued li your wheat, produce of the n i'thei n ports, iuehtdii u sd to tile atict i of thity-si- 'r* ohtans.- At l;ixtoii, Maiiui, 5ih ist. the jtev. Iaol Culfm,
0 ( etlts (callbe ae )Unlted tf7r by ie i o h n urit ,, nie 'ta s
IllI e uft a complete morral, political and iniotelie -- I OAKL. V, J Li Esq. who read, aund submit ted 1"or tlie ll fan be a t edl Tho ug at fr.st- tilie United Stat!, impo rted in foIreig1 bottom '; l' Tho ngh at hrst," s ys lh, iehistorian, C" H iie -ie- D ..' *, 1) i nl h e th y r hi a". C tO ha "gh9 tf h ';-.
tual ,raton-of a pcolde, camot be the w onk of itderatiou of tile meeting, the Address, which ble or patriotic principeh AN1W e. l pa. ie;adwAe
31" UR I '; 0 [ 0 r tt1 w t~ t at pa- to iav ro lle half th e duty herein qp ue fi e l 1 tl- 'I'lipo li kita s w ore Su btitled~ Piu e tirte th n 9.,o e t 't e ld ,tst eer."Co (I It~ tp a 'e l~
ti ooomllrnt. ,Ve caloatWas yet Iolrise ourseves, Willbe >ound helow, Ja W., GERARD, esq, moe- ty racur which[ has hhehto dhiidCd our la rs a core tn, be prohibited in like lnaoer, unles. were kie.d and twenty-two tkespsors r5at f t a r,
that tie. late i~uorrectionin Wulliachia and Mohda- 1 edopthe ccelptancee Of he Address, Ad wd h e H avant, oil the 22)d May a. -ie d1, M,
;'ia, a .<;l which h\.w s?, id to liav e -,;cnded to G rc e e l TI I th an ayl -al (c the ;uecti".$. -tBAM t' "yha i ., "it u ou t 'ot, ,- a i :. the cuu ..r" !;raiu : nn tii ih ant 'l'riI!Qe re,. tivv..i v:It'.-r: s tbie ivcu1r1iip, SUIrI .*; :, Of Dctbyi lLU l;J, d },tic uf':Li :;, y









fits. Crox, on tie 18th ult. aftrfive days illness, 1 The Rev, MI'. Thompson, a Missiona y at MI- The auttior states that a greater Ir-if-At ofnt m jn [irn ar fcirecs and .the 't107e town of Bin lAdeisLurg. toOur tio,.-ps heincg ". n dowyN.n by fatigue, and" i d;r.ce, that even insensibility does nit cause i', ;,;.
aIt David Churchill, of Mi'dletown, ('on. re-dI re, after giving a very favorable report of tile dropped outcf the ranks alt fell d e~iieid, thlan he IAcross it was thrown a narrow bridge, extending of course as ignorantof tlle country as the Aneri- slnmberr. Notwithstanding the peril atdithe suS-
pattled awif esdlterned by all wyho hilrew oleu. tHe. te ,', ojuries a cdia, e sc let- recollects to have observed in the Peoinsula, in : from the chief street in that town to tile cootin- cans were tlhe revere, The pursuit could not be ferings and dangers (of his lady, yet did sie pro-
ilefa Wife and large'familly ofchildre to larieiit latee of tihe Missions to oill th eonlin, c *e hn a nly nnrh of three times the dist,,re, The ;uAi), of the road which passed through tile very continued tlo aly distance. Neither was it at- lect her infant,'and amidst all the sho'is an,',
his ;oas. ter thus :-1 Tle mountains are sensibly e lg menh however carid beesides thit-ir arms, sixty centre of their position ; and its right bank, (tile tEnded with much slaughter. Diving into the I casualties it was but vely little huullt-Dttro.ri'
before us, castes and separating prejudices are giv- LOMIs Of ball cartlidge, a knapsack with a bank ataove which they were dr 'an ul,) was recesses of the coiest, anti coveting themselves I liPeress -
RRWiaaD THIS DAY. t i' y gway on a sides, Chrnstians and Ileatlelis meet blanket atd a change of clothes a haversack. coveted with a narrow stipe of willows and 1 with rif'lemtl the eenrny were quIckly beyond T -- I
frl Ila ," cdeo Grace, with (dry gnods" &.c as they never did btlbore I and what shall prevent til with provisions for turee daysc and a canteen af r larch tree, whilst the left as altogether Iar, our reach ; and hteving no caalhy to scour even The schr Young Brutus, arrt-ived at Baltimore,
*ro" tt,-1l f ,7 V. I,.NT Ae'o-en ef ,h (,s-sed hope, that if only we yet "ator b gheir bivouac was not disturbed during i ow, and exposed. Such ,,as th general aspect c high 'oad, n of ibe lghtest o teir guns on Thursday niorning, in 7 da'"ys from l-avana.,
Sl ", t toe nht4 eep be a violent and Lopiousthun- of their p sit o. as at the first glance it dprnseh- were carriedl ell, tiele (liglt. '-ei defoeu, h w- I oasdesl tch s for (aoveamteut, elativeg in isepi-
Sh~ip Cau oRoger-:4 days l'onI.iserpool per evere n al a patience, tle day is not very e wer. Tie next day they marched o to ited itself, of which I must endeavor to give a ever, was absodlte, and tht army '].q hai4 been samprt, o Ihe Fiorira session. tt was very siek-
Iwilh co"'' .cl ale ( y good 'spai"nt r I; (dIstant when .all these at!onqs, these myriads of In- ,oitin'ghait) and O tbeir arrival found that our more detailed eccont, that my description of t.e collected for Ghe defence of W asbington wasseal- )y at eatan d thie m'ark et in uch d ipressed.-
_.3y] ._ 'e ead'raius 'a'e s coa s. d~ans shall fow tryether to the house ol'our God ," foili, which tly expe led to find theie had l battle may t e in some degree intelligible."h tererd lbeyoid tlhp possibility of at least ta region.; Palrid..-
b e brig B etsey,', D k,;>o \ ay15 lr dns Ir un-t 1;,. ..... .. ,, .... ;,,a m oved hi,,her .p rie rl wr. T ho le seen ied lo be 4 am i as the distance fro m tB la densbu rg to that city y
(oiln. via PoctIouth, i%,lilt porer;' giass, ivgi te ve -he Aus i An.-- r. .larr. ....os5, 101 ..... hera e se hesitation onl the prirt "O. dthe cru- "'lntbe mean time, our column contained to does not exee-ed ,t miles, tlu re appeared to-bem no ./tor the JVaiotnala Ieleneer of Thursdayj.
lead, se giif (u. to Le is gacolbs on hoardd. years ed nt r of the Northern W hig, at Hudson, las rounder with regard to the finlther mok, re nie s c-fj advance in tle ..me order whieh it had hitherto firthrr obsteele in the ir'ay, tu preve ut-its iline-' The B ua rdof (;omiuissii u>-s for the exam ma-
PHIlf IUAELPHIA,l Jdue 14, rsci.rFS Yiorle, rulinquished that establislnment, andi it has passed tlei army, but at 8 o'clock on the 23d they mIo-' preserved. The road conducted us for albout diai; capture.' fion of claims for spolia'fios tus ner'tlhe Treaty
Coq,-ii, froi atauzas. i utle a d sofa younggentl uman bvI lhe name f o vtd < t towards M arlborough, dls tnt 10 miles.r I tw o reiles ili a direction parallel twith the river, v r wit>, Spain, has been siltina,- four LSeveral daya-
Sc hr E'liza-& -P; l iy ,Sey, ert, S days froo i Ch arles- h Se dbb hns- -1a d o f tra mcis S teb lbins E.d. w ho w as D tiii g the day theta, eeard several heavy exp ; and of c onse yi,'ence w ith tile et .enle y 's li e ; w hen [T hle w ritr r here enters in t a detail of the past. It is u ude rs hod w e let rn tha t the C ou-
to n O p t. '. in fo rm s L i a t l e sa w a la r ge h i p o t s e o t. s of h h -- s i n n x 'l ci pn o, e e d e d t o o t h tr d e str u c tio n o f it s u d d e n ly Tu rn e d a n d le d d ire c tly to w a rd s th e c a u se s w h ic h len d to til e b u ri n d ; o f Wa s ii n gl o n ; m iso'Ir is will et fand es ooe e-ary a t ptle.Ceoil ,
a~hone on Currituk beuach, with only twoI masts the flotillti by(oun. Barney, to preventits failing I town of Bladensburg. beigufcourst, ignorant atd attempts t palitioo of it, better calculated To yelollu loug i ,Session. few if the claims,
standing, having a lar;e: hole in t[a' side,t h'roi.i \We regret that circumstances should have made it Ih fotila b r y ~ Tent itaiing w e t town fisg t n ur se ignorant' ao atts a phan Afetic te rades Tle t aear-' aepen in sesh ohapew as te ol
l ilt(, tie hand, of tile enemy They remained whether tilts town right not be flied wvithi to satisI,t Britislh than American readers. Tilt it appear "a"e presented illsuch Shape ats k oul't
whicillithe crew we"e getting' fie cargo out. "i eUts 'e; ,ece iVr fMr. Corss lo relio l hin is at that paper.- atAltarlbnough through the night) and until f2 American troops, the ain body paused here till extracts close witi% tile : 1i .... .,I enable the .T ome mssioners to settle ewe.) the pro-
Were ulamnb, seen oil tile beach. .Ilosoest eteee ie r
wEr A'e t (Ty s N C. Jue beaA. sr[ Hie has talents well itned for The station tf an edi- o'clock On Lite following day. They then ile- the advance guard should receonoilre. The. result "( When the detachment sect to destroy My.r. lihnhay (leotiiin of their autthenlici.y. It v.%i;1
ElJaloie, llunuings, Porto Btico 12 days, cof- 'c tor--uuitinga fine imamgiinatio>n, ad an exceedingly ved on, the avowed object being tlie city of pro6ved that no u position was intended i lltat Matdisoa's house, entered tile dining parlour, tie necL-s"ry, before procced"ig tu examine
I IfI 2ttt e wacetr'et 1 well regulated taste. ashington. On coming to the meeting of the quarter, and that tile whole ofthe enemy's a;iy they found a dinner table spread, and covers laid iteol, to prescribe forms and anlnouce [lie
cays. T e daly a'tet-seiiiicdtvasoardlei by atJel- W ashington aud Alexandia roads, to deceive had been withdrawn lo the opposite ofthe stream; for" foty guests Several kinds ofvwine, in hand- testimo ,y winch uill be necessary o establls
Inlihroditethlg aniier Siamk-b heolos( nIImiunlig16 Thie Legislature ofConnecticut have enacted, that our eonmander, tbey look the direction of Alex- Uhereupon thde ariywasag iin put to motion, ..nd somecut glass decanters were cooling on the these clails-which, it supposed ..... I f e such
guns, witlliO;1 men, w pokrl ,)k t;luaig s'h-- bemthc o ,a nocivil process shall be served between Saturday andriaia, andbivouaced for tile night at tie wood ilia shortlime an ived i llthe street s of Bladells- sideboard- -pl u holder s stood by lle file-place, s would he received in at oc t t i i., or al
iog otficer, al Americano tiy I Oa c of' Smith, w 1* yar. The whole of this march is described burg, and within range of tile enemy's altillery. tilled will dishes and plates, knives, forks and least the chest thiecase'will admitof.-\Ve !peak
took out ] I m-irffilTie, 1 bIm sogar, atd 75 lHus rgg- nigta sun-tt,an Sunday nght at 12o'clock, with a particulamity, which gives it a strong de- Imnledialtly on our reaching this point, several spoons were arranged for himediate use ; in vithout ilornrati'oi and from ctinjectuie nonly
I-in and searhedi :brcaJl. t 'roin Haoannn anl Sl. Mgaustinc.-The U. S, gree of ioterts', but we cannot give room for the of lteir suns opened upon us, and kept up a quick shorl, evelil thing as really for tile, entertain- when we suppose that it will be some inuiitihs bIt-
1.1 11.hi ll : ( Jtine .-Arr sc-hol arate. Froa this point however wo and well directed cannonli'd, front wlicli, as we len! of at ceremonios party. Suchi were tie Core tie Board call proceed eftfitually III The ex
ri.,, ',, I I 12dayS. Oil ...I, -,. ... 1 sc .chrNon uc, hasarrived at this port, fr 1t copy tie, aut hor i s account of thi e capture qoI( we. and rgai rct ce oald led t o halt, tile irnno w ere (i- arras e ea t nts of alieru lniog l oo w el e the a mtiore o the seovedc all ps plsetuayttled. eB-
W h ile h l ai.lW in .sa i, d or nl, a squall ,it ,,-.. ,- .1 off lavan a, ak d last from S t, Augustine. D on Jose. co ij e a u th i s a t fr t p t u r 0'i re aled to shelter them selves as wch a rs possible kitch-n arr (e)l oit hers l iilt o li st in e a d e severiel clahns ples en l ld. B y
hclvc J'f n t .,,skVil ashington, ias this is thle first particular ac- rne.nsh le h msle 'Sba osil wet~lw r M ersa l 'wi 1r1 bito the'llill every Such a delay, however, tile elatewants i ll sus-
fM,,ig, very daitoaf ; aIa ,,_', seatsiug, "ile at rredt,(ldo, tK! Spanish Commissioner, took passage oun by tile enemy wliich we bare seen ol tb,'s behind tle houses. The nbject of this hall, it respnct. Sphs loaded withjoinis ofvaioussorts ta1n itjiiy, but rather receive a benefit.
The ( ailhariot fell ov'erl.a,)rd whdei Jle ttlgea atop o n ytl lery W il ehm cuo'tis bhn h o ss h betO hsh li eset pi oikdki)jilsLIvli"ssrt al 1) ij ib trte eev hnft
The aaihnsail- ...d .h_ the prest*,*Te of I iun in tblic Nonsuch, atHavaana, and was landed at St* Ieniorable exploit. I was cojectuled, was to give !the general kai op- turned before tihe file ; puos, saucepans, and ,thi- Three years being allowed foi,r llie tinal seltle-
and promipIt .I. ,- tile captiapi, who with Augustine. All the U. S. troops under col. olttler, tlaving started on the 24thl at an early hlior, porttlnily of examnding tie American limhu, and er culinary utensils, Sstood >pi I) the grate, and all meit of these claims, it is pr'sunied ,one of
Onie ta, sprual .|o tHe tul llke ioat lbansing at tile ve at Amelia ],land,] dienue they "ere soon to our ',,rchl was for" sette time both rc:ol Hnd of ilyiog the lepthl of tile river), because at pie- thle other requisites for an elegant and subbstan- them cal he paid until it is ascertained what the,
Z Zt~leS" g r'ed to Ile hilti oliie p kilcitlc- nge I it
f'av ,ro .i r i >-,., ,,. .. ,- I proceed to t. A g 'ushte. Th U. s6. Honr- ageeftablec Thl e road, il road it night be called, sit there appeared to be hut ne piacticable tia repast, were actually in a state which indi- aggiegate amount of allowed claims is. so as t>
ro "io ... 1 .. l... A','e 'r he tl first five wile miles thrown tlhe heart I f i ,-,- r -ttack, by crossing the bridge and taking eared that they hihad been precipitately and late- gradunate theo Or ullir il it is iasceertaIed, he-
!,,I ,,, ., .... .. .. I, ,, .... ,, ,,,, ...... (a |ea e, 1e1 ihvavna atie lar of M aty, fur Pen. an h,,,nm e,,s- 1t st, n,,d being il every sense off n .. ......... d',.<,l i l.,, oM y. To do so, Iowever, ly abandoned, yond doubt. Ubat ahe amount of r,.ai claimed
,;y in i ntl ..a -1,1e r,.l ,..,.. I it t 1-" ( d -,-,,. I '"l' sacola.' apl Hhall n nearly recovered Ils health, tbe word a bye-pall. wits o.iel;e L t .ly overm -ado expol edd as tile bridge \waw mist besnOus t dbd v,,ilbwih You will readily imagine that these prepa- settled on jtst prh) cipes, eill il short of l
^'hance 'olf salving clthe 'll'ift: of e;'^fh~w was o The olicors Hawl crew of thee Nonsuch are well. The ed by projr,ctiug braticlhs .of trees, so closely bl ody eoiIsetllencrs, n" could the delay of a raioios were bhell >y a- prly of hungry sol- five emillionts of do lars. T i\s we yet believe) as
greatt i c he mateeturIls is Olnut sinCele ,,Ild'greaieotl U. S. schr Porpoise, capt. amage, was off St. All- interwowen as to prevent a single stnlo ."t. l, t(*>. fAi oo ors plrod]u(e aiuy unischief, whirc the diets with no i,;,H.tr...,.. j A,, l...., ..,. .A,..-,. ,,- h;,a more ihan on-e helure said. will prov -.
aekunwledgamlet, ,ns .1 Jooe ald 1m setnt dispatches ou shore, makitg its way, even at flo rin within til! arch. discovery eyfafiC'd would not anply eupeosat ltobee though considerably overdressed);, Was a luxtuy t0 be tlhe T,,ct. -VKhils%, >l,, ,h,. (iaihants cali
BOSTON, lie1 tl.-An'ived briog Union, Cole, 4 -- We continued to move of,, therefore, long after "But In thisconjectuie ,Ne were altog;lher ais- to whichh few ofthem it leist for soySme tne back, receive o detriment by the delay, they wilp
daysfrom'P-ovideuce, with htm)p. c. &c. The brrig Georgia, Field, hence, for Savannah, is Elie sun hiad risen, vihout being sensible that taken ; for without allowing time for tile column bad beben aC( estOeI d; an d whTol), matter tile duL=- ave thea intlertant, advantage of'time t) pro-
Ar. oln at'rllv, aid1salhtt, shipO 1'aini,from Pot lost oil the coasterNort-.Carolinhit. there was not a cloud ill the sky to sloeen us to eose its ranks or to be formed by some of ihe gcrs and fatigues of the day, seemed particular- cure tesitnony, and suppl, what is defective il,
fer'-t:ove, :Ne w SouIh Shctlal)d,whill about 12,000 __ from ns influence ; while a heavy moisture con- many stragglers who were hurrying, as fat as 13, inviting. Twey sat down to it therefore not that which they have already got-eu.
skirts. Sailed, March 13. Brig Strangerr, Adams Book binding.--Wn rereommend to those gentle- tinuially emitted from ltle grass and weeds, on ilWeariness would perunt, to regain their places, indeed illtile most oridlly Ianner, but with -
of this poll, had arr. in 1 iankee treight s, fr Fairha-~);1ILDFMSS ~I 4
yen, andhi _d got aad nt i tO ankee r.-kh s, Ship e who w to e a rare s in of Blank both sides of us, produced a coolness, which, had tile order of halt was countermanded, and the countenances that would not have disgraced a STocKIDGE, Mass June 14
*,en, and load got W)Oout 1000 01' 1500H -kiusM "Nil men who wish to viewt a rare. Spec imen 01 .a Lniewudhv ee xrml odgvnt tak n e meitl ul-pryoadneia~icvcfatadhvn a- Oeo h ciias,.rn]s~t>i.dt h
Huron, Davis ; brigs Chatity. Bar nard; Aurora, ibook-b htding, to call at M r. Van Vechten's ware- it been less confided, would have been extremely word given to attack, ,afull ve i mmll ediately pus hi- party of aldertuen et a civil! te ast~zand baviig sill- One of tile cri mhl als t l~rink] -e.entenced to tile
'uon pl~ nsCaiy aur.Arr okbidnt ala r a ci a e asan.^ So far t^en we pr ee witou edonuat double quick time towards the head of isfied their appetites willh tewer complaints tlan State J-risnn, by the late Supreme Judicia]nr",t)
,y ev r; Na ncy, 'Uptou, of Salem, and room i n W all-street. The ponderous Legers Ilor the experiencing aly oiier inconv enience than what t.e 1.idg be. uchtl we were moving alo g Ihe w tohl e probably pp aee esCpeo their rints tho n- ;we lea ,- broke out of Len x jail] on \;e
a 'mt00 skills, had allay te icnenec taails:e suppohlew ee oig iol;tl Wudpedy1hieesae terria or-veleftt tkhe~t(f eo jionIVe.Ie
oast, for South Seas. TheO'Cain took oi board 7 City and North River Banks, bound in tlue method wa produced by the damp and fctid atmosphere streets, a continued fire was kept up, witli some m nds, aand p.. takiugg pretty freely Of the wines, (liy lle 6th'iiist. and has lint since been heard o"..
ofthecrew ofhaipiClothier, 4 ofthemn were left at for which he has obtained a patent, exceed any which we bhenathed ; but nosooner had we began execution, frol those guns vlluAi Stood to they finished by srtlllg fire to the house which How lie effected his escape, or vhlat reward tile
Maheoiiado, tojoina sealing party, under Captain thing ofthe kind wNe have ever seen, for strength and to emerge from the woods, and to enter the open the I,.ft of the road: but it was not till tie had so liber.ally eutuitained them.' Sheriff has offered for his apprehension, we hare
Mi.-h,of X\. York. beauty. country, that) au overpowering change was per- bidge was coveied with our peoplethat li e Two not learned:
QUEBEC, May 26 Arr. ships Hannah, W ell- ceived. T ile sutl, from which we had been gun battery upon [lie road ilslf' began to play. rFrom lMie.A litiiiidfntelligencer.
eJr, front Brirst, ballast:; Sterling, Whlne, Liverpool, IITE1RARY. hitherto defended, now beat upon us il ful force ; Then indeed, it was also opted, and uAid tt,,- 'imes S'one blf-ataiif/ vhlc ,we hten not desie to J'A R 1: I -E fD,
ruan and s5Ugr; Camiilus, Mlarshall, do, sail aum Mr. CRIARLES M. INGERSOLL, ofthis city, has and the dust, rising in thick masses from under niieedous effect ; for atti le first disceliige, almost reoil.e the ,'ceulle titn. AtMiddlebury, Vt. on the loth ihs'. yIv tile io,
coal; FrJewls:;ip, Kirktoutyre, Sherness, ballast : recentpll published a school book, entitled-- Con7- our fret, without a breatlli of air to disperse it, an-entirecompauy ivasswepE down ; but v,,eh- recent aBspearainee of au account ot tbe ,er. Bihomp Griswold, tie Rev. Jont 1. K.olwrtsol,
Venus, l(owles, Liverpuol, ruin and Salt; baiqu.ct ,,cs,,tions on English Granwutr," whicli, from what flew directly into nur'faces, oceeiseoning the great- er it w,Is tbtt thie t gnus had been ple iom-Slv, la, idlcursion of tle Britishi arlly to W ashingtun dur- of zNew.Iork, to iiss Julia A. aeushlaw, of the
Gen Elliot, Frank. Loodol. ballast -,; Persens, .Iack attention we have been able to bestow upon Iebie it, wre el neolV-eence bofh ao lle eyes ano ito respira- wilh u si elxacrfmerss ar thai tihe ner ,.Bs ig th'e late w'arfrom thu.]ein 0 a l^'itish officer, former place..
tor.. do do; brigs Pomona, Handvside, do, goods; thik bids fair to become very useful ill the instruc- ., I have state( this to youat length, le- the guoners became alterwards ul-teadyv The Ias again b ougln tle subject before the eyes of At Albany, on ThErsdar evening last, by ih ev, l-,
Clarkston,?Sarvice,too-foil; Sarah A,,1, Melvim, do. tin of youth. The hemanner of inculcating his les- t1c"' s The American public. We have not seetl Ies- do dot riol. a od oSwl
6allast ;Liddell, Eungish, (o do ; Prince 01f Asturias,Soresis very judiciou-the principles of thesience au.e I do not recollect a period my lile wTen succeeding discharges we e muc le ss fatal, Ill r uubl ba re nt seeuce Mr. Meiss Ssr. E d lwrerl !, t* vr
>ohal. ,.. ii,, ,_ ,,,i,and-99 settlers; Thit.is, Cook, 'are very clearly explained-his definitions are oai. I suffered more severely front hfeat and fatigue-; riflemen like, ise now galled us fronm tile wi(ded 1 I ; b it u be ach n i te Wm..Stillwell, o l tbe fomu.replace.
L o n lo n I. i 1 1- .i .l aii e, A lle: >. G re en oc k ; ,e w l. l tn d e rsto o d b y v o u Ig mi od s- a n d ile le sso n s a re a n d a s a jou rn e y o f a fc w v m ileso s -i d a r su c h c ir- b a n k, t llh ai ru nrum g fi re o f m u sk et ry : a d it w va s w c w e d o ot ]fe e l, a n dhit; Soue le 5 ) 1- A t -'aVIl ot i ; ,i ,e, ii, rt ,p a. .r.
Bleune, Loondon, ballast; schr Roine Blanche, BBuild. happily calculated lbr the improvement of the pupils tC stances, tells n more than one of thrice tlhe noot witilorttrampliulg open many ofllheir dcad -ti.get.... ght tile cu'osily Of our reaIdOrs for 1.,'r, Lieut,. ..I ... ik .. ,.,,,, I :...u-.. fr'onl,
rault.Newport.--27ih, brigs Peggy, Hunter,..S elils, ,'1r. 1,,,, ,.,'1 has been successfully engaged inteach- distance in a cool day, and along a firm wintry and dying comraleds, that the light brigade es- sutch details, Noere we to withhold lhim thnlei tile V,, esiliintser,! ,I ,1 1,- 1i .1 .. of lis lsrisaii c_
coals,; Rlenown, Smitb, London, ballast --2gI-h, bris itg Li, 6,.h Grammar in this city for several years road, you cannot wonder that, before many tabliihed itself()'n tie opposite side of hllr strram. *Mp* notice of tlis o k. Majesty's cavalry, Lo Miss. usau ,iary De Maist,
Charles \Vi;liams, Tatt, London, liallast; Susamna. past. and[ tis acquued much reputation fortthemode Iet dpen o eIapeI ...,es of e Ieg t foeer r gs De M p.st-sau
rotorW eter, r -t hichlhe has adopted. W e hope is book will gain behind, from absolute inability to keep till. peared asv. \Vheeling on ltle rightand lfhot of noo advesaely we are free to admit, teatt is te ofl .1 ,, _."ai is
Watson, Trinidad, rcin), sugar and iMiolasses; Hail- extensive ceircUlatioo, and be introduced into e ;Is fri r anI caOicl Id it Su C.e I) 1 ave expected,- I--
nan, Wake, London, ballast ; Patience, Bowman, ,Ilnontseiill the schools Of our country, where e Yet, in spite oti all this, there was thaslithat i l e to- die road, ltey ,bbied nlo the thicket nod quick- s tire in ianf,,,- deviations from wfa, but aD I Ee.D, .
do, wine fruit and gouds--30h, brings Marianne, have no doubt it will prove to be one oflle most val- day's narch which rendered it infinitely motie ly cleaned it oflt, American skirmis).. who, t .ieareiies hi arise firom cisiorn Yesterday morning, Mrs. Sarah, wife of Thoas
Christian, Belfast, ballast and 170 settlers; Green- uabler practical treatises on tile subject of grammar interesting than any we had performed since tih; Tlng back with picripitatm upop tile tirol lile, te a e h a s hToppe r raged 3l years,Sof arlingering illnss, Twbhil
house, Hossack, do, ballast and 2a8 settlers -3lstit, that hasappealed, landing, W ne had learned froiec various qveourters, dgeel it into disudrder, bere it iad litind at slitt tim. rlrcr tiaii ioteildon. Tle excuse givenmftr shie bore ,lith christian fLortitude. She was blessed
'rigs Aiti chan, ShHeLds, ballast; Having had atiopportunity of paying soome atten- that tile enemyv was couccutratiug his forces, for 'hie conseqtLeom e was, that our troops had btroing the pubt~c bridings) that a musket sbot will an auiabie disposilion, which endeared her ,-
hrigs Amiphitrite, Champlin, Shields, ballast ;,';lte- Havn Was file ;Ito Lilty olalC payngloe ate HS,, T,|hey centered all wshveowi hall.u oleolh thes e a i,, dvnc uardasLIE nteedal wo hd heplasue i ie acaannc
Ina, Sitnpsun, St. Ubes, salt and frl.t; Skipsty, Laid- tion to the volume published by Mr. Ingersoll, we tile purpose of hazarding a battle in defenee(of searcey, aewn tltesilw.se when tei khole L otti t w s r he eu Admit lhat thtis Yesterday, alter a lingering Illness, which lie bor.
'lee, Lonton, general cargo andi- 2 settlers ; Fidelity, cheerfully concur in tile justncssof the f,'egoing re- h s ca pi..-Trrnth.o l as Tuors ,p hvv leine lhtv \wo aud l le d in Dous.-siou tle was wahioll, yid deserved pnt.ishment it was with YIreat patience :-.1n ,, i -nes..,, to le will (,I
Lilburn, Bristol, general cargo & al) settlers ; Pic So iefoeon ,` l)cu, se ...eTOdoubt,, COnfiraed as they W.ere by ........ tilt,' ,We guns t ....tileload ill p S~esi .. .... e ...,... sev'p, i lblo,, it v i th eine ....'. : :.. ore
ff W ales.Ie,-I ,.' marks, from tie Daily Advertiser. In addition we What Wehad o urse lv es Swin ouly tile, i ng ofthe victolis. e*u uie d u- s e l h i an ea i rb-
Portsmouth, I ..nl:i I t itI ,,. ,tBris ol,iron ; would recommend the work in another point of view. before, and tile aspect of various fields 0.n each But here it most Ie confessed that lle, lighIdul al ud( fil in 10uIlaulll justify te EIOnItraget Y estietay afternoon, Franklin Reid, son of San..
Harmony, Nichol, Leith, general cart.o & 2 sellers. In tie hands f parents it will be found a most val- side of the high road [which we hiad regainedJ brigade was guilty of' imprudence. Instead of .which allowed. A city, no more lthana nation,p Reid, aged'14 months.
,,fane 1, ship Royal Yeoman, Sly, V\leyniouih bbal- 'of (i ri alc tl, is ainiswerablefcor acts which itneither authorises "At.(;.. ,I U.-.I,,,:,."f .-- :,, ,,: l inst. Mr., Joht.
I Lia, sip R ,altor, Ld, bala uble auxiliary-lnIucli better than tllhegrammarsin where smoking ashes, bundles of straw, and re. pausing till tlle rest of (he army eame p, *ojustlfiels. aous i ,,, I,,,,,, ,,, of ilst.
- _tq-5!;i l i:..r t-el-, .f, ra~vlor, London, ballast; lbrigs I c t a n fb o e i t a s* .. '.1. d.1 ,l.... IT ... 11h .. 11 1i I" I* 1 '. .... I-. h., iiroowini awray ust0e" Bonsai] ) ..I I .i ... 1 l. ...l.r .. 1. 'o. of this city.
Txuel.i.,.,,, .. .-. re- ,,, .... ,I.- 0 and 3 common, use. toat l them l the c aminatio, ofthe r 11ailns ofbrke tl s.. .. ......s ,h,, ... I, li regard to tile ..passage of arms" at Bla- At l,., o aiay
'tdicated th-at coostderat,,."..,... .... ..I-1. --, .rr,,,I. ......,. .. I .... l extcodi,,w ahrgr ,-et ;sag f m" Ba t ,.,,.,- I I,,,,'.......:I,, dlr. dJohn Deycr
settlers; J iane, Grath, t..-.,.., 'I, .11:- ; Ajax, children, as to their proficiency at school.--Editor passed the flight i, this neighbouf hlood. The their t l ir ranks so as to show al eqnial front with the !"'" ..".. "" "" ....n. .i.bellisnhi .iat ven lo the i n od, l ,.. ..I h ..- ,, I,,.'e of Belfast, Iretlud, in f)it .
NVatson, ortsnloutt ; Triton, Walker,-- .)I Gal-. Adv. appearance of tie road itself, likewis.is i,, prhnt- eoelny l pusbed oil it)the attack ofthe second title, forces Opposed to tle British, inakhng ).hem 4I s Y -, 1i-, _. .. I Smi-,.. a 1,,
last;W o.Pr kr., g I-'... .'sle ;; ap':e.Ar:gne7.,is.,,. .J.nt.mhaea -
go.--d, ,ship Actn. ftt, Idiehaa, -... tl,,,,_,,. bflat. edlas it was with fresh marks of mnnry feet anad TeA/reashteer a ner vca tness, vmor Teyforeially erthan Itnwas lollt a,, -incfHetPrtadwas art uprightt than,anawotycizlly
.... .tv,--.)~ lrt4t l p, .,i/.M~u ... .1,1.4..,.1- ..t ......,. ,.,_I'll ,From the Bostont, Daily Athlertise. hoofs, proved that these- troopscould beatnc great andt]stood ifirll, and baying tilt,, whole of' thirtvi ewra "isey reaingy were. It waswithnotl). Ma arough
...... ... .____ .-_ -.. -...- & _o.. to_ 0 -, ......... ..,i.; ou uur very prci niy to artillery, wilt the excoerltim s of those captured h e t *een my, it w(asIacL ngregatioaol il te vi to r o ae wi th C i i.a oo l t
ILI e vV cai grerioofthe victory of' Lake, Cha,-phtin, anod in' which h,,
Gree ,ba'^ a:[ ., I.: l,*, "-,,i_ ,, ,,,1',"; WASHINGTON. Washington, being distant front it not amre that oa the road, and the greater par, ofheir iunt- ,-izt .s h ,Ilty eolhccted 1o0 the; fu the arl- d|d hi d tt a ^f
Exeter, ballast ; -_ ,., t ,I.... ii, ........I., ,l,,,sOf heLUk ,lil rIwh a rsetd uonkue'
Cork, nalt, hlops and 120 settlers ; e ,rtof'Oak, From a work just published ill London, entitled a 10 or 12 miles, all tended to assure ns that we ry in nThis line, they first checedd the ardour uo ous pursunS of lit. nusldllcd it arns, wo had respected commander.
Gwatkins, Liverpool, general cargo.- 3d, ship Alo narrative ol tile. Campaigns of the British armn), at should see at least a t) Ainm rican army before their as-ailanis by a heavy fir t, a m'. then iu thelii 'ver btoi e saw an Cue u.-, and unprepared,
-0 ecverII'!by previous association and m ,oreaoizatioll to) SAVANNAH, Jutite 6.-Arr ship Rising6totatesl
barch, Burnside, L;. ,,_-.,, -lh ... I settlers Washington and New-Orleans, in the years 181,B dark. tlrit, advanced to recover 11, ground which was ne any one, sotwiLos and this h o Pare, 1Aay fome t rosi pisgSt,
Twobrigsarrivi .... r .1l, 1, E, proceeded to and 1815, By an Officer who served in the Exe- It was now hat we cxprienced the great lost. Against is are uxld order o ly one. ithst ing this, however, Pearce days fro Providence.
lcontreal, previous to being boarded. ditiou. The narrative beginswitth some accounts usefuhless ofoir badly mOtl ueJ troopers) oyr iOs thet BritI.h troopswould loo t p.l.l>it t>h ln to of'er so far as "hey we*e tr"*d, they bebavod as feell r f t'h Syr avanuah, httudle, (me titoed restel-
Thbe brig Patriot, from the West Indies, was cast of events in South of't Cranee--soome descrtiption of 1. as Iraw militia ha Ve usually donle, and mnuch bel- da~y) oni her passage lfront PLO ''i]ence. 24th 4 May,'l
awa onAnicoti as Fal--hecau, ad artof the place occupied by the B'ritish arony, kall(]thethey were called by tile private .ohlio's, cossaeks, ;111 ei~ectual resistatieve and they were accot (iiig- tl 'rwreoiterayu i1 hoeri oreo'clhoctke A.to Aot.l 4rn5e n h oall'inolben eteel leihd e I.ben 8 N t ie ey hcktnonte '\ rE.e oafCi~ ve otieac~u
til m n ied bebr th y ea hed tie ost :he tile 2d of June. come open o n every side, to to considerable ceX- brink \'itere they omaiuitailled thi llustvivs with lde- ( d t at e m l i w ,g h u til the t-rastand top-gallantl- nest, k-hih all t'he Sails aatd
title^^ "lu character)mo trut as- aao~ regular;y^ ^ ,^^:^ ;*;e dicpie r^g^ gatace^thee^, tqe^rw" te ^ ts1-^
was consigned to Messrs Heatl The land army is composed ofthree battalions frequently separated one field from another. This th'ie them thrIough it ; and frequctly following brig .
ofinfantry, the 4ih,44th, and 85lth regiments ; the was exactly the ground on which cavalry could to within a short distance of tan eeuon southt, fellow cittz.'s. The only check which the Wilgealed over so much, that for the salty of
SATURDAY UNE1(. two former mustering each about 800 bayonets, act with advantage, because they might lie iu seh parts lf the enelny's lite as gave way. 81as. sro atten,]t1d to the advance of the t vel and those o board, lad cut away alS
amuhbhndteegovs oalyupcBrI tish ;truly, was by tile detachluent of'tile Ma- tIle `Oulou g i-jo e, a ndbc t"x
the last not mo re Than 600. Ill addition to th ese am bush behind these groves, tot ly unprceivedl o 1 i ti s state tile actio continued till tile se- rine Clo s Co m m andr t Ie c lm ,M o 1a n,, othea t,'el .ius.r!8g w n~y aelat &ed .
T h i s i s o n e o f t h o s e s ij n g u l a r d a y s o n w h i c h w e t h e r e a r e t w o o ffi c e r s e n g i n e e r s a b r i g a d eto f a r a trIi "an d ) w h e n a u c "" o p p o r t u n i t y o ff e r e d h a-rg e t h e u o d b g "ie s c o en ti h
are alhostat a loss whatto dress upfor paragraph, tilleryy a detachment of sappers and miners, and 1lumn1, before it had time to prepare for their recep- bank of tile river ; when Iic-44th regiiht,1 aatN mov- ler ih o did their lilt) ald tly as This h1stori- 11 .-'-i----v- -
AWe have run the mail papers over three times, a party of artillery drivers, with a due proper- lion. There were one or two places, indeed, iug to the right, and drivitig it the skirmishers, an a ws, a d snffr! d I greatly ; ato ll e uley O DA eA J E 1l.
without being extricated from the difficulty by find- tio of the offcers belonging to the medical and where sucl events were contidntly anticipated ; debouched upon the left il uk 01- the Americanu, blave but itln dipe sea u nad "our hsayos -arrived
i a h, a comnnissariat departments. The whole together whole roots of pahng havinig been Pulled up from and completely turned it. II that quarter, there- Com. Barney, who stoodI.by the inarines, until t r : u a ahnost arrr~er
ia o any thing worthy of comment, or hardly worth o ed at more than V2,56(0 Ten, the sidesof the road, ald open spaces left throw' Coryre, Ihe battle was won ; because tie new nill- numbers pressing fl the,, oliged tlel to to retire.when toae deeill" b) Your votes, whether
extracting. Tile, scarcity ot Tobacco plants iu Vir- ifindeed, it amounts to so great a nuiO ber; which several squadrons of horses might gallop, tia-men, who were stationed there, as being the sdes these there were two bnttinns oted- the approach ng eonvelt o is to ... composed of ;,
ginia; a few dry essays iu the Charleston papersa- and is under the command of Major General and the consequence was, that every man held least assailable point, when ouce broken, could Tr e i tihe fieldo and wlto, t is bielieed) cdl not body of men wbowi1 calmly, and dehl,.,,( a1
bout the militia ; a silver mine which has rnot been Ross, a very gallant anld experienced leader., Ihis breath iu expectation, and prepared himself not be rallied. But ot the right, the enemy still fire age,- "0, owinig tn t saime ciiirumstaaee, dispassionately, amientd the defects wbh ii. U
found ill Ohio ; one or two slight thunder-storms ; Tile fleet consisted of eleven or twelve ships of to feram a; square in a cmoment. It was here, I kept their ground with Imuch resoluution,;[IrWasoe
and some fifty er sixty advertisements of tile poor Lar, with general store ships and transports.- say, that the mounted drive ris became. :Dpaittru- it till the arrival of thlie 4th regiment, and llite a.I- w;hn col.,ose of eila whu were or up acknse who will e take it ast engine to sunseve tile
blacksofthesoutlt, wo are-r ru gaa o The squadron touched at St. Michaels, and Ber- larly 1'ul. They Were divided into srall par- vaunce of the Brtisl lforces lo fifrn array in tOio the e.tenseive rgouand,)ever within guo shot of "f h, we w a t n i t
-asfioiw, med of each of which places the author gives tiesof six or eight, and sent out in different direc- charge that they began to wavers. Then, in- l.e ee. The ntora[ to be gained truth al" porp "1fpart It isody necesry to pohtto
@y;consituiteuearlyallthatwvehavediscovered. And sonis ,|es-eraiptiont. -At Bermuda they were join- tions to reeonucioret two of them generally tak- deed. seeing their left in full flight, and the h4tlh this i' that with regard to a,, army of eitz the intemperate coHrs taken o this question by tl.e
what adds to our vexation, we have been waiting for ed by Sir Alexander Cochraerine io an 80gun ship, ing post at every suspicious corner, that onete getting in their rear, they lost all order and d is- seldims unless bebbid trenbes, or within lirh- majority ol the late legislature, to show that tei *ir
the arrivl of Eli Rufus Kng I persd, telleanioclous rif ridsorgan) over therdcationslinevloaoorganiztionwandnisciplinpuandiObectowashntsthe puliclgood
tlearrival oflle Rufus King, from Liverpool, wlhiclh who took command of the fleetr and by lle 21st might giveuotice to llhe eln, while llhe other perused, leaning clouds of rifle men to over the confideneeilits owgan elic ) ard odisve pns acoltvfthe leaders ofthub opposition, to Seize on.
was last evening reported to have been off Saniy regiment of Fusileers, of 900 u meu, making their watched tile motions of the enemy. retreat, and hastened to conceal thealselves iu 1 LAC to SU ee sfh )l aderatio s o
'Hook, in th-e expectation that her letter-bag would whole force 3400 uten, besides a corps of blacks "It so happened that hliese precautions were un-I tile woods, where it Would have been i wain to I L acknowledged defects in our policy, and to blend,
remove all tile difficulty arising front tile Subject mat- and tilen motorious. CO the 14th of August, they neressaty lbr whatever might be tile strength of follow tlelh The rIout was flow geonraI Througb- E.l, trcl of a oftler tol the editors of the Bost. Pat. them with thei' oaWn schemes In such a manner as
reoeatbe dfficy go t e a-rived offCape Cbiirles, and on ,he 180h at tlhe the Americans il cavalry, their General did not out tile whole line. The reserve, whiichl ought dat.d, ri 'r, ,. l'th wew
ter of complaint. There are someIedtlrs wlo are nouthof the Patuxeult. Oi this dav they began think fit to employ it it barrassing our nlarch.- to have supported the main body, fled as soon as Yesterday ships ltyesO, Coltii, and Eagle, promot thetevoavewof fadton,
rarely redueed to the dilemma in which we are to saill up this river, the banks oft which are de- But tile very knowledge that every danger was those in its front began to give; and the cavalry, Cliu arrived e fo the Paciiee ituce they ave not failed to rt
placed at this present Lime oa writing ;i because scribed by the author as extremely beatitiful.- provided against, and that ihey could not be at- instead of cltargig the British troops sow .scat-spe rm, oil. lit iie l,liter came passenger '\w-en to the sam, cunoohtaing ; and the cry of vnivters
vllln! thfiod a dearth_ ofdomestlc eveuls, they A keep After they bad proceeded a few miles np th ri- tacked without having lime to maktr ready, gave termed il pursuit, turned theil borscs' heads aid IChase, mat% Be)j. Lawrenee. Nicholson, and ( is made the watch-word to rally a force,
prointinte men before them as standing objects of veri a telegraph from the Admiral gave orders to tlhe soldiers a degree ofsteidy confidence which galloped off, leaving them if undisputed poises- Charles[LZ|Isgate, seamen, tlait of ship l)Essex, which, iffolud sufficiently powerful, will be made to
abuse ; andlike the reach cook, wit sthiryn i e fn or tile troops to be in readiness to land at a n1o- th, y would otherwise have wanted ; and thle sion of tle field, aud of ten out of twenty pieces ,f The inate's bioatwas falen in prostrate all that w-cnmost prize, aJ have long found
differeutdishes ofegs,the, can busetbent iu tbirty- ison for three day were ,,ked atnd give to hare been prtaductive uf disorder, at a tinte wh'eii t This battle, by which the fate. of the Ameri- I'ard's bei^. iked up byv ;; Englishbrii- and oB"*l < nine different ways in a fortnight. Slander lhas a each toan--tbe arms and accoutrements were senod order was of vital impeo'tahce, canu Capitol was deeidrd, began about 1 o'clock carried into Valparaiso.' Thtree of tie en,se^x's an I'"o' prostrat terpolitical menamies.
thosad tnges;anitwui bestang idee, f hndd otand thiu earto ucbl boxes sn))plied witlh We hiad now pruccede(I about nineB miles, (lur- in thle afternuoou aund htsted till 4. Tbe loss ont erewv two blacks and one wbhte ifanl dhiid itt tbe (!;> "tI'"'1 'yaerioslatle
ticn. E verathin witapreaSed pro Wan, oouhid hadtstrange eeniiffer nt,,nifh Of a tillrY. IWithobou two'eeks.reeous t CoptaisPed-to;,. _n_ ., -Jert--o-s- that __ _
a'iong themall, a dishof'it eouhd not be served up fresh aanauuition. The lteet continued to mo)ve ing tie lat part ot' which tlhe sun's rays had beat the part o-f th English was sever% since, out ol boat of Iitug !r. Tle ]iirues of lrose eft on peo|lemay th nk expedhi-t; bul we are opposed i.
by tne.lprofessors of the art, whenever left destitute on ulntil 10 leagues from tlhe bay, wbern the ships eontitnually upon us, and we had inhaled ahnnist two thirds ot the army which were ettgaged, np- lDaeier's Il.qli'td, were Thns. Chiapp') Wiight tl"! artiliees whidh ace meaot to dreeive ille well-
of ilir mterals Hoeve, te sateent of tur i ne;6 "B be'gau. to tt"(uch thle gron"n1' all1 in a as great it luanit~y of dust as air. Numbers'' )"f warls of 5OU men were. killed amd wounded ; and alld "W4eetl -ani English frigate immediately 'meaning electors in'o a belie, that they-are- pro-
of~ ~ ~ ote aeil, eve, th sttmn of our little while after' lle frigat(:s could proceed no meui had already fallen to -tilo roar, amd nmaty wbat rendcied it doably severe w\as, tlhat among! w\ent in pursuit of lIheml C-atain Palliard wtas mutig t ge! oi tie wb*~ w,1 t.eq r 1 1,
p~oierty and w;atnt of skill having carried us thirough1 far.ither. As, soon as tlie daiwn began. n *>o apt.*ar more co uld) with diffirnityv li,ep~ upn ; eorse. eet tis were se.r nicers .*f rau a> di ctue lef"ta "il e. i ttparaisoH 0 ot having re.t vereiin 'i'ia m wadsm ,ing thle goinesls 01 al tw l1, wlwi toy~r bU
a tolerable number oft lins, we nmust eunsiier thein on tle 19th, all was in motion. A sun brig had ly, if we pushed uo tnle muc rtber without rest:- Col. 'Thoraton, whio commanded tIhu light bri- his s,:v,,,-t' -.Jtliqiigs. There is no inftnormatio l'a d .u*"< irelottlw.\ ,iio
"n p]arag'rap~h. t aken her station willia 150 yards of tile village iig, tlle chances were, tbat at tleast ,.... n ,11 ,-i gadec ; Liet. (olo IWood) ctiumam~liig [the ,iithi received "f tlhe serconid reintems b )at. "Tile above represet'"t1d by "then "\ ho are known ; wbi, se talents
-of Benedict) under covereor whieh tlhe troops Lbe armly wonhldbe haift behiinrd.. To li.... ,,, i" 1,,,, regiment, alli Major B3rowvn, who hatd led llhe are all tlhe addhhtionul UI rtienlars I ha~ve re- ar'e e'ouspicuous; wh,)s experience lha-'emtabled
A Loodou w riter, speaking oftbe rece pt discovery were l an ud d .- 'T hl, ,. oh ,,ol. vu -c .,,,p l,.c t i ,ith- tttl o give. tim e l o~r tll e stragglers to n\,e take adva ncetd gtard w ere all severely wo unlded ;-- ceived tand [Herheps theJ ale no t all t ot l .'c them to decide; aud wtose private ehar.eters wrill
,of H great Isl an.d, tir tConth ient, 'in tie So uih Se a, out accident) by 3 o'clock ti tlb, altlera uor i.-- t e coltl mn a bhal w a~s d determined' upon and and G e u. R oss hinmself" b ad a horse slhotl tnd rr *-- a ord a liekdge-. ttlat their ptuuiie services \\ l be '1n1
riomqiamsofthewaut of anane for t. He objects. Eery prepartatino was im~ide to resist ou) attack, being led lurward to a spot of ground well wood- hiin. Ca the side uf llhe Anmericans, llhe slauigl- 13is/r~es.-nn^ .'/ceidfnI.--A gentleman filon ,'at, .. \V 'tr th ad.a: f e pa'ty \V
loanaing it Ill ilie itsbloulaule nitude ot calling jiw bill I)OI"" ;Yas m,l(,dr. Tle alternonn ;v~ts ilevnl- ed, and watered by a str'eatm of water which ter w\as tnot so) great. B2eiag inl possession o~f a WVe-t Chrtr tr lins commluieiate'd to us thef fnl{- e*.ellenoteolnpay.\B
p l c a le l 1 s Ietlc r{ct a s y t ,' a dit rib ution11" o f tl t* llie f n 'e w h ich w ais d i- crossed tlhe ro aid t h e. htr oo p s w e~re. o rd e re d to re- str olls p us ltio in th ey w e~re o f co u r's e less ex p o s- Son \ lu p a nrtieila O u S tu nd aly la st t e.w if t' oll" el or to y 'o u r ta c ep ta tce, atOLL, w h ol a ; V o iu eii b....
p* ce a'te o, d ,.e*, ,/nst ,,,ct .,nolr.\y h says// virie'1"t In1('t;re brigderls. T1he\\hlohlennumbern o fleshi teethselves. Pcrh~ps no halt ver artiveti ed in 1,t 1, I,,,.. tlian te others in stom ind gil ; a respectabh], mechciant or'thtis city, returning houostllvat variance in pida~ ntoui ir hlca] i~hiics
)lieu p p> ^ e l ia tio ns 0 1 .7, (io l / ] a tt ,A" o ,/ m e n la n ud e d ) in ic lo d i ng sa ilo rs to d ra g th e au lille r y mo )r e se a s on a~ b ly th a n th is o r b id f atir. .to b e p ro a nd b a d th e y co u d o c te d th e mn se iv e s w\ i lh co o l i sb [h um fl om th a t i i n glib o u r~l o od (o ut o f t l u s uri n *s b ut m e t, w h o la v e e ve r k e p t in v ie \; tilt"he V.K. ter
t-";{ ', a r -e wre re a to r w h ia t ha v e rb u/ e ,! la-la d s 'il n I e a n pe r s o lts {)t e v e r y d ,.s e r ip t i o u a l t,,,,. n le d l o d tle t iv e o f n mo re b e l ~i, .u H ll e ft ce ',s ; a n d y e t s ,, o p- a n d r e s o l t utio a i t is u o t c o nlc e iv a ble ho wv t h e d aly o f ,lh e e a r ri ~lg e wuli ,.h \v, il, v e r y h ig l h b u d e s ls o f [h e comnlu, .:ly:. As all e\
&;-uuil, ;rt coiuoini with the lloh.-ntd an~d !-mlh 4500 men. j~o artilery was l~oded *xct'p on- pressi\,e was thle heat tlhat wo lithad nt I'esued could have boeet wtoa. BuLt ihe fact is, thai \wulh deuily gave wv,ty uad precitpitate~l lhu. carriageIi;<- rn .o pat ..~iertms ou l'rc.i. e\ ,
//'at?5 of the NUrth? Wh'at cat! be dolle nnder six pounoder ,and tl o small tblne pounders, Iiour mntrncah above al [hour, wliaiill te h/alds by tlle thle exception of a party ofl satilo~rs fr'om the gunl b/td[; dirrctiev eves anld *ulptlm lle wvh.el. The bel'tv seece 5tt. el'-0- ''io~ion. our )o~ng.iL cal-ava~le
circoum-taoees so distressing.? Why not assemble a want1 "f lnoses (o drag them. rTh[ere was not a wv iy side werB agalit covered with 8tralggleiLssomie heals under the clnnaad ut'(Joimodore B;>)i ndev, driver was [t[lrn\ 11 ]'(rm hiis seat inlto [llufroad, pItud | *"''*" -ic.diuho i-oiigt(ddHs
C o ~ e < .T 'r p c r~ v st i w i l l) p w e o h u rs e i n t h e! a r m' y e x ce* p t Ir '^s- o l' lt (e ( _. elii ra ] a in d t"f t[ ill f le st a n d sto tu te s t nm e l inll ie a rm y b e in g no tro o p s, c o u ld b e li ev e w e;S o t lh a n th ey d i d,l -- t i e th o rs. s ta k in g l'rii~l t 'ra n o ff .' T ie c a rria g e | a s riley t*.; iu g h ; nr~n t u n h y o f o uer c vmid,ii,.rei:; a u
Utlni reiste a d eo omraph ritvesteo wo ith an alt po er to "" th t "flie's"- O'd''ls ho\' l" v et,**' were; gve*" literally unable to go. '[The sktrmishers were driven in ds ..onn as attack- door bulrsting o~pe.i,, tlel> t ty, ; ili ,a, iiif,. t ehihld have adld;:, m tithe hstti~e ,ames oft tow. ,atrl: ,.f
'**( ,nlit an **> n ni> n te-to i- re edi t. eh t)e ail ter *e take "' 1 tile h''t' to- hey clotld hiu/l, antld ttitluiu 6[lie hlour olfnontu was now aplroachieg whenl ed, theL futst line gave way without tin;: flight's i \ t ue alms, tueilig. ttt. l thydl~ a ;nw mi the heatd, l the revoluliou ; tiw. ot.h.rs, iM.\ :e~a )ae;e.i -A..re 5"i
a l~ ld s u ot i l.. t u ie t o lis n e e d ic t s t ,1 L t i dr e 'o n ;h e m a ,e r ( ,! y o r si x l y w e r e t al r, l a n d a c t v a i al h e a v y e l e n ( d o f d u s i a p p a r e n t l y w ot m o rll e t : 1. d 1 i'e s i s {,i ta c e ii a l l d L e l e f t o f Ih e i n ai n b o d y w\ai s lt .l l b e tL;e e n t il t > c a r. lI t A O i i ds and t he wtbvel s. I Cto l ,,iici,;s
al lL c e : a ny th in g io th e c o nltra ry mt a rty verse 11 0 1- ry c o p s w a s f o ,r ,.d '[ h a r m y w a s p o s te ., 1 c n *w e or t ire e m ile s dh ~ ta a t a itt a c t ,.,d o u r a t tre n b ilk e n w ith i uL h a lf a ll b o a r a f te r it \y e s s e r io u s I n th is whlhstttndii~g a b-igilt at a distance., of tvw" milcs fr,.m Ihi, lion. F*rom \vbl, tlee it riginiated lliLre \\ as lit- .ly eugaged. Of tile sailors, however, it wuuld trt| somie dh.tau>t 0 btrloie he~r clth,.;s were extuidate~. : I v "*-! "J-"'
-- rivercr anld lle most cauitious art,\oge~m~et, tie diffieolty in goc.si-IIi^ or did many mlinutes ex- injustice not to speak in the terr~i which their IWe reiglot si.ay thatii th ; ,rk, neck ami slohil- I01( i" 't^ ^ ^ '";~a.; lu...y .
C"oibett, s?:ys one of onr .En;!tl;i, corresponiients, were" inade \to dearA ,igutiist surpl'iSe,-- {'hf pile hiuhore sirnlise was, o hraged to certainty ; conduct merits. Thepy were employed ,,s gtiinuei ils .i, th ofi~ir ridr e rc tlii." aui![ se\ver.*Vtl~l~lv wo ,t r 1 "' r n' <'o"l-[ut t .e lhn ie-[rsi o'a~il Cla .S -s. ';;u ,1
'."<*, ;tited foit' libel the oilbern(av" uunn ne C;hcary, troops \ ".t''" U"der .. .. drinb on1 the iL rtiiir;, ;iii .or in turning a sudden alngle inl th:e 1"oad,] anld and cot only .. did tilei,- serve their gUns wllS \ it a 1 r'd btlil't br r e tl t r Ri.il\,e \tjv ,wi, alKd as ;- ion1 .,s; lhare nly, tin repealt t icir t; inies, itou' .i ,J <-i.'t Ji..i^


on- i ro frt r tay- lghte kirey y t t --'*r".-i d on |, d iEt a sm i,1o alaH d taiion ..i which obstructed the quickniess anl preciston, which a [ nshe)l their b,. fe11 one Notof Hi ll d whel pa ed.t ov,.r b,.r \1 'olr 7 e,, ""
wh', h' rooghal theplaintIL' cunci, represei l- ie grou1 d until lfour o'clock iin the afternoon. vision to t I,.h, f mlofttie Hriush and American assailat ts, but they stood still till some of them | tiradv. WV have v, ry itperf cr lyl, btut trlly, .de- \i 'H.' l fL."'-OA.,
ed as a very respectable chart. '.,,, and m rien d l" W me a.n, nin Atime it Wt MS dr. |. t oa[ tle armies.. b ucan, \ ,si,01e to on, anol her. The p4- 1 ere actually hayoluvted, %t ith fu's^.s iu lii r fniled th!, e la. re 1, tl, dl. ,.,mg o,-,..;-,.:, ..- :A'i *.-, .'-. .A
and Cet1)tnInioa of ,Major (,i:r" *igbt--w s hatf' A ,.ori\:au1ioii1 nam u ,,bjo t (l ,,tlck. {)i- itiou ieetpit"l b, iho. l.,Her \a's one of g,eat hands, nor was it till their leader w t wott ,! Oth0 o fd v i n\\ were so nm< oy';n.,..o uvy Lhe 1t: "O: -, 1....
=MesCoA;ett "Oclary w thM. M : *. tDIth \vri ty anrlv d hoiaorabie .:, -:. Car rglit; tvlivo tow'ards I .I rThe o."der of uiiareh \v,'s ,:r,". n lp in t-lhee ,iou{s tup~on thl hiiiw of'..! Ijiil, ,11 -ides hy Htnc soldiers, tinle they q;uite llci IIr t'oie v'ew \ou~lot v tiit atuult il, i,1;^-' \ \ r -.. I ~n. 100 ;)' SA ^.L3.l i ;\ ..
..:Joiid -! ci t )./ ,Lt as-.we.'. .. .".l{H .i'tn,,i.,'oog -- Cp, i~ tletei i'1 t*'he "u"s1 cd'*"tlo"- nthonuel l-Vil.. ht'viiua; ni;.ioi lieft B,>ui.. cove'e i;'dr y a'Bra.,icih tiilr. V,'ntl respect to t ellu Briny) iniy 1k.t,-lv! ..wrtdkrn Hip Svt'tbiid ilh' o o tl ou u.nt rsit~.- ]. 'oT'ltt, : i, I '
,;.oo "' ,li u i p r m oi u. t Is~ wel :s tht, ;" i "."' l e'" :i I'' tbe- m _,ht, after ildvdiit- wi t!e i'>,l,>,i ', and~ *Jh,?ir r'isq 'n ,[II t;.sii g u to a gait, no tlne oa; diSliiiclion c it be dr~lieu. A l!, \ II t. [o ever with llll. ~uam;. .*.i [, ..[ iot[l)i, IM. adt{,I I -,; i p .\ ,' *''
iutaghe, set t,. wcweloorei.t.um.roar, iowi~thc Le isll :1^[.' .t't)~l :^ tig^sg fro t, '^ )neHa y^ ^ u iebe,[h l h .i i O"^wt L'eS .** il3"**"' "O"t of'lml *lade ;-^ ^ h: ;u^ s. .is" Vh^^^^^[JLb:'>O' .\'l~' '\], ,"-
jmdge iinmselfwHas 1"ain to jartcii. t~e. i**avin i been so li ,g cooi.-d iip ni board s~lip.- ttowe'i Le-.wccni ;!e b.dzh: occ:,Mcd by tile Aman- t' .- >' -" i f {' r iI{ f:. [1 t[1 il~ ;,{ ii[;.r a atl^iio ao.- }, ^ndi^i 1 ', l\ x. .\i- \ JC-ii '.''i'L;-'' a









fci',oe Citi-nis-Thtis is a question of no ordlinary er. 1"e aregiid thlat Our instiotimL are to b e I vessels iat entered thle port, wbere ihdischini- aiid wve reculd it wli: pi.n.i s oictoi, l te Ship ,raok]iai, Tikhan, 5 da'ys from Chari-o;:,
ii:terest ;--It is nostruggle for office ;--no col'ict to revised thus early, before tihe interests of the peo- atelyfited upun. ett lunor of capt. BIolru. and ilto the supleor skill cottiol, rice, and thirty passengers, o C. .Morgan,
deidewhihf w st hav .thet In p[ie have bnconie so interwoven with ihem aId- and seamanship of thile American Navy. Itis a owner, and the lniasterand others.
decide whhich of the two paries, is to have tie te so fastened upon even their Lie- NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. the ie ofoauiical discusson anongst professional SlSip Orion, Davies, 45 days from Liverpool,
Otice ofthe Cowntisstoner men l(iik algr hc nohn can ex "'ia ith cas sailt and dry goods, to J M'Bride.
.urary dominion in thile state. It strikes at lie root L feCes, that to hu"h then wl d be dange ous, Uic fe onusnrs, ? _en, exciting panegyrics which lotli"g can ex- 'h ctals, st and dry goods, tu J rie.
ofthe social compact. Subjects which involve all: ani lo reform them impossible. We advance these Wa 'shwglon. 1tf1ju ,131. o Ship MoMlIR-k, Trovwridge 3S days iromn
.. ..l .il T je tmmnlnllsslooels FI~pipp~eme uat er til u 2th; 61, Ubes with salt anfd cOr~kWoodi tol J V\ood,
that is lie most important in ile-l inds of reflecting s,-ntl.enib, -iso, ffr another pup ose, for the pur- ,r here of is nes appoint. .e.tl..ed t 11 I tl S UbesI, Iit slt d corkwoon, t ut J W ood,.
.... ~article Of tihe Treaty of Amity, Settlement i,l an T' wif ofi Toni.e Wyaio ie days from Charles-
nmen, are in danger of henlg discussed-t under the in- pose of anifesting our sense of tie importanceof (if . The wLifeofsr. Dabiel litdersot dUys from Chaoles-n
t~~~~ ~~~~ .ec stet Batmoe wastbtenteortdSae lAeic n tea, whit. cotton and rioe, to S. Ally, BuIC~lnmal.
Tlatence of Political intrigue--of being decided tInde, c oining c lectier as it regards tile in -wh m s tile I -,Cathoe ltc fIIjuUtt c onluded at lint -, Brig Harmerny, Puor, 8 days from Greorge-
people are, to employ n flanking a constiution fits .'Cshilg o- ) CU dehleled of three livthg chlidtrelnur Of whonm
the guidance of political managers. The city of i w 1n, ('1 prued; th e 2",d day o February, 1319, to ascertalu d ed s, aer i birth-bth h e otas town, S. C. with ship ti.mnber, o Win. Porter
"hic h shaa 1 o se.?rve to Ill per )eiriated which "I die soon after its bir es ,reStiieil -ottFihe others e are8 still n ,. -/,, qHI L B i eo s F rir,1 d y ro atlzsw t
Newi-York, h~as to~o long beon governed andi I"Ple tirnic:~si~oi~rrBlilr~lni l ~li~ iF;;i fe full amount. and validit liil iilgill iC: o(jl\'.-LI1 Sd ~~I ;lgVIIIFa'irIl!asfollnatlz
whenork lis loo o, biishe, shall main ; which shuill of tile ief, rel 1o,0o1 aing and likely to thrive.-r l. _Frd. f i Brig Venus, Fa rrie 1 dy from Oaluzas-. .. with
... ..i jI tL o n e d o f r ei e r ed t o 9 t t i l e s a i d TI 'r e a it y h 0 1r F' v m o la s s e s c o ff e e t rt ui t c t o 0 ai r anrm G io o d h u e &
sented hytl, sewho arenotwoithy ofbercoude wce, orn fi l r Ir ol its f,,ut djon, w o r b, a y C len r S kin u oe
l '" "O ze a Boa rdU accor ding to tir provisions.acter, S. ippico tt, other,.'-
.Look at tile condition ofyo lr levcnuLLes, your debts,, ev.ry CO lilng agine i fI)' shl li beco e fliele i l | e lHi T1 .... f ti TY S N AN.TUCICIU June 12.
yonr distresses ; and it is with pride and exultation blvessngs to every succe sive generation ; on which oI*fI es thae fre'lty alld tile a'' f .." ...v ifrat' o -rli. .-. rtas it the Essex, eigjlit IN ntucket nie..; PRICES OF -STOCKS- J u.NR 18.
our I-ltest descendants shall look with tile drhvo- i f" a1l w k' de an i IOeaRRIdD FORTHE NF.aeY-YOw 1.SI'dTATRak.
We ca add, look to thill" result of tie last election, Elo of pati. d, i, hal'g Orde;rs ;of whichh al those interested ivill be"as li1 tile hu gb oa. Other weresevente en
for menlbers of ConrIgeess i lle tko first warns It i tot take tnoticte : sla,|tiose .I/TIIO^AL,
ever be ready to tihrow their bodlies s whll tbey left tile rsladn--those
was .tvonIr voice Itat saI saM.o leshoIlt Ie lo ]Ier clC parIt. ordered, T hat Il persons Ihaving claims un- left there were an Englishlian and two Aleti- per ct. I.ouisiana ': : : : : : : none
der tire Teaty ofAity, Settlement, ad Limits, whilee men' There werd in le (o. War Loans 112 : : : :
gi!aced in the councils of tile nation. Ye rose What should tiler people as, then, a", tile, hands between thI e United States of AmOerica, 1and his bit, all of whon died exce, t one ; alld aong do. rio. 111 : : : : ls
1, yo,,rnight, alnd Ion prevailed. Now is tilhe of teir convention ? They siiould aska diispas- Calholic Majesty, concluded at Washiugto, o exe one by ti l e of do. do. 1814 :1
netfnryou tot-ny, alot, tohat tbe cilyofNcw-Vork sionate andctarefil inquiry ito the organizaOi Etie e2d day of February, 1819r which r be Colo, b' o. d.a 5 : ; : : J
shall be respected in her slale onvemit,: and if of our exrsii. aniiuiions ; into the ei(:lhlc c received by Ihis Comllittee, do file a memorial of 01 tle 26th of Feb.offTulcuanan Capt. Wood 7 o. : : : : : :
3 u foi ow oaur de(laratios by vour acts, you will heope, la:ion hasoodu-edpointile char,icter the same with the Secreary of the Boatd ; to tle (at.NIvBedford)spoke tei ;! ; : : L : : : : : : .none
(if tile pt.ojo and file wvell'uc of the state ; and end, that they may be thereafter dutly il d o; tl e iai,, ulte wazoo, old: 99 a 99.3
in he lcon,,,rrs. Shake off your apathy and Ihat tIhe result of their deliberations lay be thereof I:de up- hi; thil te commanding oftIS wilc their hip ws at i: f:ore
,apl ear at tie p olls. By doiingR so yolu will secure lt- 'rnie of g lovevirlt which though it cannot acordig t tile suitable nt auth enrl ic l est- a choi r in North Baypvo, wilSt. M ary's, e C ptai N.Y. State ixe
Irnio interests ofthe whole state. It rests with yoo bh perfl ct, sl;li he liee flol ahlsurtiities in tile- Mlolly Co CC ning tile Sal ,% which maybe then (lla ) with the2d nate and sixn ang Y- Sat Sixe : : : : : : : 0n
atloe, it all probabdily, to ailer the complexil, of ,y, Y .d e,,,mbrac.e ia ll tile ext hll"'nices whihlll tO O O l e t l sr b a p -- ai s : : q t : : : se
mquired. 'I lie buid memorial inust be aodressed cas ion to go oil shore, vve (e surroundled by it ar- Fives novIe
ihis convention. Your votes will decide tile (oe- experience o morn t.au 40 y s, and the pill- to this Board ; must set frth p ly and ty of llyalts and ma;ssacred il their Spears ; City Loau Sixes: : oe
lion of or oParty l its co ncils, It is be- io 1" t enly-one sister states emnbodied l n their i tely, tile various facts ald ire ltal litdta ftejmoeso lelrso oii.Iown con'tttiot,'o have contirlied and rurool- hence [lie ca Iinght to Preeler suchl c:laim is deriwvd ; tLansaction, Ile was carried ou hour(] tire ship B/.',
"heseig tlat if tie n 'omIoters of the present political Ie' fe. t could Yo raltionaly ask these andu it be ve fited by thea fliavit oftho daiu- and died cte fotlowin day. 'je,,. .]l. : : .: : : : : B ^ S 11.
dlesig,,s ftile ppost.ion are oly nadeo lhisocc'a- t|i,,s/'rom ihe hands of the i~turant and p It-*rdil
111"s from file h LIE ahne abell a pel- ThI towns ofOroko a ndl Tombus had subse- aI. '1 3
M'l, to fe e l h e ir w xe a k n e ss t h ey w ill a b a n d o n th e in v e iy? ( ,,i n u l V e x l ec t s u c h w e ig h ty I A m ] i n o r) e r t h at c la i m an ts m an tte in f.>r m t he :to : : : : : : : 1 2 4- it 1 -2 6
tor for the cnequence. They a s vh i [o cs, terrors ty tileecs Ty 'r o aetreaete intobnttheinterior B us Merchants .. :K107 7j a 107; : : ;
in, where there Is imp)nity," but will dI that firo l l bttucry dtq Ht s sion aI( selita v lo be avon t d lead estlhed be- X iral Ctu siloq.-Capt. Gard ner of the ship Mchallics : : : : : : : : : 19
'ar,wlhich thievo -blt to do from principle. 11oe -.,li^,1 ien ne son ol 10our lir any st l ;. i e i' nal can e ecivcd by thi s I .. ...a. Uill b ru o : : b i : o a ,(I' t Un, io a
.s rougI' tonll e)}lj;!lt~llrd e~j tlllll telle~lll nlj ( IatI r America. : :1021 a 102
a b leSt Ciliz,'n<. Should [ tilc ( i'doye in ll ti t nlir c- Fish, ,w h t n ont tie "tn ,a of 9 a
Ivar~which the oil, No I 'Ine cool, eiiii -hiened rerkon of your I
po,ver is, i ll your ha. ds. and i tlle power is involtlved iiera, io, is, ,e ich are to d,..ide tile politile ,, T .t ,, claimant shall dl ,l l cb has. taken f _oN th- aotto.,o te ,... ... t hl b e I I
ihe decisioll of a lloestion llof tile lee ,st mllomellnt to .,.i .s o this A. ",, sl o ls t f "' l a beei forced *. it [tvitt" : : .. : :9.) ale4
Syourselves, yonr chddll en, and vol, rollucrOllyr) Citi"e s Idl ( olumhiaiV, lhere i s yoar shIare Of til it: l( c I, S i Id iirrredll' ;.an(bdl xltlhit til l... (. coppe, w ood, sheathing, one plank, Franklin ... : 1-0 a 123 s
ito(tght notretobefrgote.hate l..te t iiell taleL, ehariwr, and legislative experienuceof' tioe ot the;teof inlc I O f every part tercuf lwrdsoftifuln..nt.s, a1d caused thte LtsiU Ic CihOad rh PRe a $9ES.
l n. d B ent li vinnl h avve been d -iw n to tl.e mece s ity tilt sta o, ? i s 1 .11 o o, ti : T icket het offeredd to low ed, dtes neso aud, nlt tle ti. i.o wh- en the said 1)10il t l l f' r ] ront ,50 0 ito 10 00 st rokes per h uli o r. 117JU 119
your support ? Look round the comy, aid di- eiaim arose, did belong solely aid absolute t) h ei r s r tship e- ope :93 ai 100
'it' peetn t. s.econd nomination ofc.,,didate,, ^ toWhen thre leakwasfirst d^iscdovet, le be- NewYor kU ;
ti lic. e fries tile is vestgyor ids of all party bias ask your- s il int, or to ay other, and, iffanly othi- in-, new) it was supposed to be ca used by b'bolt Ocean 97 a 99
selves where c,.iildd yuhave imoade wise srsehc- cr, what person. And i cases ofChiaims prehleneel ,(lie buinglft opeln ; buoit close xlMinla- uleieall t none
Ir llT nanlllany ~,'havn take[' Very nleah's in tioti ? Are not tihe candidates ien of capacityy for the beuelit ofauy other than the cluhllaat, the lion tile true cause was discovered. u(utlttrg National: 132 a 133
lteir power toilnflame tile feclingsofthepcople,and integrity and experience? You know they are. nlorial to bc exhibited ust further set forth off thepot ofhe bill, the w water forced through Paciic : : : : : : 5 100
to iduce thnem, even oi this solemai occasion, to act Thley not only have the advantage (if long ;e- when) why, aid by what Ieans, such other hi' two small holes i tile edter.--h is extleoely lUnion: 96j a "97-
1rol the narrow and selfslh views-ofparty, it mak- ttiantaince e i th the inatore of IPshlatlion,1 1 bbecolle entilled to the auno Itlll or ayally part l hard, and ofn oval forn about two iches by Bo \ : : : ; : : : : : Unte : none
ty tile selection of-Delegates. It s well known that eyare .ble to estimate thie wisdol ,of laws the alllount, of tile said cl.,im. TThe IIeOiill, Co nd half mutual : : : : n : : : : : i25 a 127
it proposal was early made by a committee of O fron t a Itate knowledge of their operation required to be exhibited by all claimants, must surged seventeen inches in length. Thl, blcac be- Eagle : : : : : : : : 134
ryupon society and they, as wcll as yourselves, also, set fortll, and certainly dclh, whether Eag thoroughly sto-llEd, the ship has s- Globe 1 :16
most respectable citizens, to have the Delegates from have their dea this city selected frol both parties, giving our ol- suilt of their labors. You have often constituted elit tihe cllaill) is .preCrrcd, is nll, fnd at tile Mechanics : : : : : : : : 17
ponels a majority, and looking only to capacity, in- these same men, the represenlatives of your tie v I"en tie said claim i'ose, was it citizen eca : : : : : : : 75 a
telligenceand hlonllestyv. Thle offer was promptly and wishes anid your interests, and they have never the U;nited Stales of Anmerica--were he is oe/r Iell Gazellen of June L ti. Ful1o0: ": : a 10
alith@tiPy rtejecled, and we have bee compelled to hsappolted ; they have consulted the one, amn at the time thle said claim arose was, domi- 3ij, Gen. Muacimb.-The citizens of Detroit Manhattan : : : 103" a 1051
hape ourprte tc.s acordie.. And er c t so ^tler ''ey ar stilldeo te eiliated--and ifa-y,- what change of dItuicilia- and its vicinity ihave,, at a public meeting, Iesol- EXC AXIL1 MI.
shpe our ac accordingly. And in everycouty to 'ou' service. Age has not cooled the fcrvnr in has since tken place. T'lhe said memorial ved ilto present to Gen. tlacemb a silver tankard,
far as we have heard.,wbere that partly have areason- of their patriotism, nor impaired tile vigr of iustalso set frth, whetherthclaimator ny i ppr eegrav ;thetaukard willbe Bills on London, 60 davs : : : : 10 .
able prospect ofsuccess.they liave refused allcomprg- their faculieis ; bit they stand befoe you, active Otiier who alay have bee at any time Cntiled to Made i this place by Mr. Rouquett. it was atl- FBrat ncmje nt" : ; : :.: ,'
mise. Ve ladl hoped tat such clIa agnailinous pro- and ardent, il tlie full matriLy of their niidnos- tile amount laimed, or any part tllereol, hatl evz so resolved to preset tilte Ge neral ;i) address, Ainsteidau : : : 9: : : : 39
posal as tbatmade in lhis cilY, i wntld hafve been ,Ie in tile v) atitin of mnlma lhood, laiend wuith tle ,:r received allv, andll, ifa ny, wIhat sul of IIIOIey expressive of the high respect and sincere friend- Bremen n: ; : : ; oe
cepted. Such a.1 event wouldd lave been haiid fruits of experience, anl really to employ their oroiler eiuimvaht" sr ]iudeinsilicationt orthehrss siip whiie iis felow-citizens entertain ar hlim. -...
yusih unfiged grafication, ot Only as hest Ipowrs for tile Lecnefit of themselves, of injury sustaiedesatisiactiol or which is there- The address and tankard will be presented oin B BANK NOTE.,TBLE. i
iy~us, wv~h unfuigied gratificatio nt nlOt 4y as tte. tbeir fellow-citizens, am d posterity. rMonday neUxt. 4 '
;Ihll loll~yU. S. Bank Notes not priyablein this city, pom i
lharbinerofret from party warfare, during ia.season Go then, federal rpoblics of Columbinin, Amy be allo doan s'Io te G l ad is family CITY akd U.S.Bank Notes not payable& i this city, 4 peIN c-S.
,. '' '<'' *;"2-11r'-iioic~ia t l-oli~inin '*An lialh ttie may he allowed to ehaimants, "It:.i. .i"- T,, ,, the Ge.neral and hIs family CITV OFN-YORK,&N.Y. STATEiOTES
pr.gnantlvith neasresof unutterable importance throng to the polls Though the men, here no- to prpare aFnd file tile memorials above .1enlcioll- will dipiart for WVashington ou VWednesday or ewor y. Notes
toour beloved sain,, bit we should also have rejoic- m.iiald .s delegates to the convention, arc d; ioff-rter Th'rsday next. ew-Yorl, City Not ,,k 8 parc dis
feid i) te ene d el t is llull her j M. I' .... Batik, _3 pel"ct dis
ed i it as alln auspicious omen ofl'thie practicaibility feel tle r ll support of our fellow-citi- Ordcred, Tlat when this Board shall ad- D.calli. ,fDuclor ladison.-Last evening se- I, i ., .... up
.Zeus yet they were nouinaimed by3 you. you Otw{!e,
oflpeinlaiently allayiilgthe violence of faction,ad our to-day, it will adjourn to leeet ar.1in ol tlhe ver!il[ vessels arrivedd in our port from tlIe Upper with red ink, atnd payable 85 do.
tencantlyaailtothe vlene fatia ao di t tem ttocr thleisr s lell as to yours-lives, to lith day of September next ; at which lue it Lakes. By the schoonuer Superior, Capt. Keith, in country notes
restoring tranulity to tlles leeo agitated c u tie oor lf tie couty, tile dignitv of tile co, ill proceed to decide whether ay tile iriIs we revived It l oller frot (Green Blay, daied May Banksof Albany par
vention, thile social harmony ofthosate, and the which m,.v have been filed %ilh the scietry, 10, l lion which we extract the following, Bank of Troy par
;-welfare of your children, to give then Vor a- ill pursuit (fthe above orders, shall be re- rlutti.g to the rcenet nIuder Iof' Dfoctor \Vm. S. ohbawk Balik of Schenectady par
W e recommend thie perusal ofthe following excel- ie and pei se% ering suppoit. Let unol, we ex- f exana Moi o e S. Acy. ..." 'ar
...... r" loot signed with red ink, par
ient iAddresstl trhelectors oftitecounty of Colun- her you, let [ot the penicious spirit of itndif;:r- -( or, red, That a copy of these prIocetidings Dr. Mladison left this place on Friday, the Do signed with red ink per ct. dis.
bia. It was uaniosl adopted at a dera ce throw sll upo you r hearts, and pfra- be pubhislhedl y the Sccietaqy of this Board, in I I b inst. in company with the Chicago express, Do. payableat ithaca do.
Convention of that county, and shows lloMt onsidrio of ;all lle lublic gazettes in vlwich tle laws of ite for tl purpose of visiting tits wife aud friends it WVashingto & "Warren do,
Crondentereio s If thoneeotynd sha i o ttrc days' labor comie into competition' Unuited Staes e usually printed. Ke[etutcky. On Saturdaay, aboul 3 P. MI. they Orange County notes Io.
,round there is for teoft repeRated charge that the %il tile iporliance of excrCaig your elective f ell will] ithte miurderer, a Indian, kwho travel- Catskill ( federalists have opposed thile calling ofa convention, franchise at the approaching eventlul crisis :-- -Fotle I ll-i ,, \ av J ank 94 do.
While upon this subject we will mentio one fact.-- What is that labor worth, if you cannot enjoy Fto f ffiv nd aisistedC thie Doctor in ltrakiniga vr Is olumla Bank at Hudson d o.
.the opposition papers have staled roundly, and the fruits l it, der whlesoe law and what Mqrrl;"Jz of lc e tc.---i U. S. sloop of hieudy aad sapsae d tiieel fruit, i, itr hi whioiasm Iae !isnrict wa < 8io.
ai agin, t,at the hopeet epticos is a little privite iuiconeiienci.r %hell compare war e.1'cock, Thomnas Browu, LEsq. :ooinall tter, ,I IL lt(!oct rV ave dhiIettl breade, iankr to- it ol .r-I do.
al again, ,at the Independent Republicans thro'- arrived at tbi port on llonday aolrutot, f|lte which the Dnlor Ve, hum seome bread and to- I;te, t.. Ia,. l do.
Ividl tile, e`tab ishooent nf I go I conrtt tiool bacco. About 5 P. ll acy arrived at( a small Aubar Banl do.
ou~ht'hstate, hattve ,,...,,. l. "and by concert, oppos- iaod the permanent couiiolata happiness ofl-un- the Mediterraneean, and last from Algesirvs, ravoe Abeoutofa tA.lyikedtof rod sm alAonik of do
mif~llastae,'h've........ I'an by oncrtoppo- o Irdlille lit le ifinist of a thickvt of Underwod- bank of Genev1Ca (to
edtle calliio of a Convention. Now it so happens, dres of thlousaids olyo" tollow-citizens oftli,. wh ence she sailed the Stit of Ilay, and lt teire sdit it .fe yd l do.oiBe
th oino ioaiiso u lw-iieso ls le xpiress crossed it a iihw yards 111 tiont ofthlle ( central liank al Clierry Valley _+ do.
1Iat there were not as many votes g eLn upon tie generation, and tile welfa,e of a og posterity ? tihe S. s.tip Columbus, Com. baib.ridge; On- te Duleior ; lle Indian wfis a short distaice be- Chenaugo Bank 1' d1o.
posteity fr ;""_ te Donctor -tile Inian vas short d(istancet be- 2ccll;allo Batik 1 (to.
Convention question, including thioe in lhe ariima.l Drop 0o tltt good,t, wiih yor stance, a ig though i't. imld ho ; aind as tie Doctor, p n. wai iiS(ding tile, (olhunbia Receivables $ do.
tive aind those il the negative, in tile w hole stale, e e jii n tilslOt w, l.s i 1t bn y t : L'p a nl d be do therdo n. CCml .llI. t ,,,s iu ay lx |ncl;tion f bife ll r l t b hs e l'e 2 cs o n do. d do.
'ea in and you ut pr(-vaill being lelhevcd by llhe )onstiutat t whe'n lhe Uti Jca Bank ,* iuo.
nsler ere or bers of CoVr.Tess. By aiang. O"otld sall lfr the Unitld Stidis. The Ontario tt 1tir aid he ofstauly fBy ll] fro l horse. T tie Utica Insulance C'olmpavly, 5 do.
lltilevote contents of the gull entered between thie shout- Ui illrnc at Caludaig oa do.
aii tle votes given in tihe state li" members of Cot- L, Scy was going ITi r Utica Bira c Ar. \u.llownl, ln! the g etred btwe n tha the- (;iui atc a ditto do.
g 'ess, by both parties, it appears that tlhe t opposition t-ht th le C O U M Ifor i'vlol orco, ,l Oin d ud the S pa :ik ;is e lei- cto r ft i a L on tI ,e l lu tss % e hI i s that tile oank a t d i ca do.
have a najorityofonlyvabouton h ,ndredaw dj Th Com o Council, lU cots.U '!e 'Ift t -re- r d s jr tl1 to taiket C o'Id CoIo ttitti ,b [fat W un io oH nk t U i o.
y ; waIs Ol~trtilI. Hie i1MC(liately so1t it olina to this d'ftersonl CoointV L.ank 37A a 40 do.
a:ld there was a majority it) favor oif a Convenlion si"gll nation oftw o,. tle illspectors ( thlie tl i wall, l". ly to lr.g or 0 .. '. I, i h th uilcholy i..i. .... alll D eC- (it-rgh Nots 1 -d dto.
of more than SEIVENTY-FOUCr THOUSAND.-- and tile alsenceofainoither, have su)piled the vacan- po"ined Lilt oip fle 'Navy, to tl fin Let D Wl 8 O 10 soldiers NW-JERSEY NOTES.
c hlr g c w i t th e o f~s ~ l t t h e o p p oL lln- LS t h a t tt, w h l esl e t s o l o f w vi t a l l p o s s i b le s p e e d I ( hi s a is s i s t a n c e -- J e r s e y B a nl kp r
.TlhesefilIts require no comment. cjs wilh tto "' fhe o"p, sitl-.u-o tiat toli M1 1'hoe it r. tih.-- Al ll i ,! ll tlnhe (lual l'ol "i. '"illanks 1"5it''1 Newarklle ipi arst ce- 1
hoard is now of that party. T le Com mon C mimc;i h!' ey reached lInt oil M ondav tlhe 1 lt hl ill the af- at a at Eiz' beiton ,ar
1'.llow-Cilizens ofCulumlia Count I: Te !eo'k ci at b.l r, Te-ank lizabetltow r
eet 'n' .I ke ntnol---liu toeir- friend surEvived ,ul a ew S ateI k at :New-Bru'tnlwick per ct. d's.
'Eihe most important crisis that has happened "r N p"'L 11W appoint i MaJO" >y o"tb' a hInSe.tm, \rift. f, on tlhe Ilh ilay, wl ila-cne she sailed nili la t a e t 'eirlt survi l;<."y it { tatellak at .Sew-lr limnwick d er kidls.
i tile .civil history of this stElate, since the era of other o "v "' parly ; bul heretofore it has bee cu.- 1 and look t'e southern passage by the 'ay Mintes reaisfDt .were t Bunkteank o t tew-Bru s ick do
itsine ul, I lce of ap ,N"rd'-lu th nc t tlt`k'vtlTh remlainls oflricE. M1. Nvr ioug~ht to tis Stitte B;.tuk at Platerson Par"
its indepetdiehce; is fast advancing upon you.- tomary to giv-e the Independent Rpub:caus on i- nfCape d(, Verds,.ald entce tthe [\)st Ilnia p, aditrt w ih th s Stae lnk at rson par
, '; r ii-i 'place, and interred oil tile 17ili W it tile honors Stiiie bank at ilourrnSLOwn par
Those institutons under which y-.o nave lived spectorat each poll. Justice certainly require- tla. : I'lanIds.-jul" Istl parsed close by Anegadai, due-to his rank. Teoo much cannot be s rid in Sussex atank par
alld prospered ifor alnust half al century, are such should be thile case. T lortola, and St. Ti s--sa,,,e nlde eio to the merits f Doct Madis; as a "par
,i rlclnll Ioldt elation t thv.mrt of Doict. Mlddlson ; its a I "pip a uy
soon loG e revIsed and molddd anew. The ii- t h /he Lisand oforto lvico ml beo r et .., I town I d s it s beI red, i'piutof StateBar, .1l .a ,. 1 per ct di
c:htcry of your free government, necessarily Mr. Van: Bureu, after fruitless at(e cpts hn Ne,- i "fiSt. jt ll !ts, withi .1 miile of thie lot is andtnfide ', .ll < State Bank at Cainen a 2 do.
complicated, b..cause meant to be adapted the York andlk Old Suoikhasa ai st obtahd a iL- nl fi a Pilot, bit .nti comig o I, and ti .ents, he ha no superior i tihre alroy.'e e E atmFarmer's Bank at Mount Holly 1 a 2 do.
Inltli~iliYork and Old Sufl~t, lil ,,to~fir tieC~nv~ltol it ; s otalle Icozon 1o gh aprEtcilgmad siloo tile Cape~s of en'comslsancecs of insd e.,thl arep eculiarly 1 anal- CLUlllerlanld Batik I a 2 do.
inatitold interests of a great community, afd ation br tie Convention in the coutv of Otsego. Ia chily. le, had been married but about a year CONNECTICUT.
Virgieia.
therefore difficult to be thoroughly understood, e oter ur candidates flat that county, are, an d t hlf, to an accollisc d and aniable ht- 1.; 1,, 1 par
and properly adjusted, is about to be taken in pie- O arriving Santa Cruz, Capt. hroWe f,- t' m hedd aa _,. i Hven, ifmal
ces and exait ed. Some of its springs are to be J"se th Clyde, David Ti pp ,Rausom Hu ht a ond W il-;c L ,,d to e a salute of 15 guls, g ifo> I.y li tjtu ky, with whom le resided a short A-, er t .hHaven, if madesut l l
Strengthened, aud.others diffe-ently set ; some of liam Park-all unknown. utt wilh iro' 6oi-craor, but be de,.]ned that /un- tile alAnd tbhenl jdoied his eginment. lie had ob- ayable in this city .par
strengthened, alld.obcltl difT,-cdtly set r i g f 4a' sene t 'ah ab'lio rough for thie express Purpose of visit- Hartiibtd Bank, ii\ 1pa ableinthis city pari
its wheels are to be:chiged, and others eahen a- 4r, wth ,i thought at the, taele Sile -lie .t -ur; 'iddletowu Bn k per ct.dis.f
wvy; and the whole is to be theei combined again 'l"ama.''"-A special session of (lie Legislatnro of tc(ndeied, verv cI.eerfully tle hospitalty of the' Irs jbsejel) an Id a 1 *nrdrd wi a( littrine the (Dcby. a tork 1, dt.
jjsla~yI 1l n iso 1Phenix b;ack at Hartford do.
eand iut n motion Altl yo not Ttl s Atabsl- Ahla bam-a, hasbbeen directed by the.tclitl governor port. JgNe:t day a Frelch I'ligate arrived] frwtu hiu iii. i cruelly inurdeed in the DeryBank (o.
low-citizens, about the manner ill which this ihr- of that state. 1Touln \v, wit whom a saute o 01 i guns was ex- ilerne"s onl the second day of is journey. S hUSETTS.
.[ av nwoly to infrm~ll you thant thle tour- Bostoll ljaltnks. perc't. s.
p;ortant and delicate task shall he accomplished ? changed, gull for gull, ty te GAoorvernor. Cpt.ou that the mur- Boston Banks pert s.
Are not you and your chldrel deeply concerned We leaIrn, hy a letter received in town, via Brown imme lialy set his cmpliets to tle r a Lhippewy, bs this day been delivered Stirigficld lank 1 do.
inthis L euto rs rasaction? Y ou are ; for New Bedford, dated at Buenos Ayres, 2.d of A- F1 iench ,ommandt, and oi.red a o s ,lute gun fo, Pt i trle, comma ndin irloicr by tcl Indians of Hampsi reniBank, at Northampton d do.
your property, lives, and libebery- the interests p ri, that a gentlemall had arrived there ov cr gu o, which was ploplyv accepted and exc a og- I s r ib0e(, a nd i s sc oied a td Co u de thie guard Sacem Ban k 1 do.
o- v 'l Ice~a i~~l elillR house tilt h. Ias conle~jssed thle inurder, but call as- Worces~ter kank i do.
of law and ordlr, of learning, morals, and roli- land floin St. Jaigo de Chili, and was to pioceced ed, each running up it his tore, as he iiiud lihe sig no cau sei i the ontrari, bOther MasSecMp SettS notes do.
lic, ec i noll o, wh( Iign no ci tuse for tile act-on the contrary, lies It do
giun, not merely for thle brief period of one geoto- immediately fr t io JaIlio, where he expected o tiold colorost af tl: othcr. I 1Nru,-!nmpvh,-e nItes a do.
ratioa, but for ages to cooe, ae to depend ou the to find tle Macedonian frigate, in which he was The Peacock sailed fro Civiti Veccllia 1thi s'ys tir. \ eave ever been is inds. Ste f Maine 1 a 2 do.
delibubiations of tle convention, wiich tile people to embark and sail for Boston, The arrival of April, whither shl, was sentr by Cott. Bainibridge, --RIODE ISLAND.
thavediretei-d to asscuble, that frigate may therefore be, daily looked for. The to receive fromn ,oie tie Alolnlltnn of Washing- I? .1 It I E D. Providence Batk 1 perct. dis.
Though we, i riepubiicani Am atrica, thro' tile writer of ie letter left Valparliso and St. Jagl o, toln, lor the state of .otlti (Carolina. It was hro t Onl hn 17l1 inst. iu St. Panl'sCl hurch, by the lRev. .; .,, ...i at Vesterly 1 do.
good p)'oidene of rGo adh, -lonst ofour l er part of rch. h refs to letters pie- i Ihe Pctcock to Algczihas, whew Com, Baih- Lir '1ee.( o" ,' ]" V ""'. tol'l ]'] V1...RME'sONT. do.
high-lieartea forefathers, need not inluire of viousy wite i wi ar ,, y I ilby written, but which have not yet cohe o iglbus, t cocks, dlaughier o Col. W illcocks, otl of this Burlington, and Windsor 1, do.
kiugs and lords wheLher alterationo in ourpolili- ha1nd, for an iaccou t of the situation of affairs in 8 ing so large that it could 1not tit got down tCe city. PEENNSYLVANIA. -
c.J istitutlions be expcdieui; though we have tlhtaicarter. oIfFcl s l Ilth P'eacock, but was lasle ; o0 de:k. On S.aturday cenini lasInt by tile Rev. Mr. B1rk, PhiladelphiiaCity Banks para do
adv~aced it real civilization so far beyond the .\ l''t'terlirom Cotluimbo, of Feb. 13tl), states, it "is put up ia two packages, each weighing Mr, .l hteidl, to ihss Juliao Vilh't, bthi olf tis Silver Lake noics 7t a 75 do.
botistcd ourr hies of Eurute, tlhat ea cec lhal tile shlip Chesapeake, wlhiclh s;lled bor Ba>lli- 1 near 4 t s, city. ( ernraotoo n Bank I a 1 do.
(ess (ihe defects ol our governmeitts, wither tjeo- lore "1 JaL". had put back to Gasco, leaky--btin \V e hear but little political liws by this ar- llarrisburgh, 1 a l. do.
1 ""*...... '.,,.* ordr -r of society, and can return had repaired, and was ready to proceedon hei ivtil'--- In Spaie thales remained trailtiil [) I !, Dl, Bank f o l U aware County 1 a l. do.
the,, without bioudslled ; yet ther- ae, eve,, a- voyage.--,^ler. i dv ,,,,,,_ ,: though great ;alarm tor the safety of the con- M^ ^^r.erg ltcrou, a re le ihitt of this nFBe w Bc1kl e slel. Counp'y l a 1 oo.
ntoug ii^ evils aieBellr nt ulpon tile hasty a-rid inl- 1 | slituiional system was excited iu (:oniscuuaene city..Newl D Delaware ioi'1 ld
l .<-,iuiius h,,rrn',,got'hog-established iustitutions, 1EOA'I OUR C i RESPONDENT. i of letters iei Frauce, slatilng, taia purnis- At, orfolk, on tlhe 7th inst. Mr. IHenr Thomas. 1ank of Montgomery t_.. >, Norris-
whic~h ;re iieithtr few ,uor smaill. Amnofig thiosf Qfficv (f the Ga-eff^,, I si~m had been given by the Freneh Govern-: Carver ,n d Gilder, from INew York, in t[le ;ilst year Unntrorate ak uncertain
.evil?, onf of tile must serio,4s is tile dhniniin~ion of Bostoni, Juae !6--nouu. $ mnent to tile R~ussians to pa-s through Fra uce into of Ins a:4e. Uicroae ak neti
(~tiat respect lot goveriimeui wuicb does, io fact, Arrived, stilt lamiltoo, Thomas, 40 days flora Spaiu. Oni Satuorday the '.th inst. in Portsmoath, Va. ,Mr. DH ,,VEAWARE.
constihute its ctief strength, antd which cau uev- St. Aliehaeis. Left, 30thi April, schr Pal]ladium, Iu i\[ornacco Ihe revolution was over--the rebel Wi~lliam Perrnm, master's mate of the U. s. Ship Farmer's Hank of Delaware 14 it 2 pr ct. dis.
er De lelt, w he u over im ie at is unt.atble. G uy- Larcum n, tfo r N ew-Y urk, in 8 ": ,7, Spoke;, J|Une 1 nep ihew of the lE m peror hatvinlg been tubatlonled C og ress. H is death w as occasioned by a fiall, tihe t i um hglo u n d Br n y i4 a .2 do.
e cnam.uts grow deurer, as they grow okier ; and la 1 5,in 6 8\veish ^- 1 ",ays ,i^'o by iris itllowers ned loltce1 to take retu i a : I.... *,,.: .. : *" e tin'e chaitoftex ship. Otllerte".wreute 5DYAD a- 25 do
b\,roisn lEp-i.l 11ud;,p lc~~ oe^ ueagues, ship Her id, Fox, 4"Shors rdi 'O~lll Thioe euuictdwt u ~ nsll are satid to be very respectable., Baltimore" City notes 1 do.
iitei. e arid dieroled the hunter the people stiiire Bno. on for Liverpool. .- i Paokcmu\ctdwt orCnu t Coriimlhlo, inl Dec last. capt. John. C. Pawsoa, Annapolis and Branches .2 a 4 do.
wit;) tilti" iestitution,t, those vicissitudes which Atiumt lle loli of April, llbe American schooner itt Alg~iers 27lh Aprel. All quiet wvith Lhe U.uiba- of ship C'hesapeake, of Uaitltior. Other Mauryland notes uncertain
1,,tippun alike to natious andl to individual. If (Catherine. Wa'iSOnt, front thavanla .for" Moule\'ide, ry Powers. COLUMBIHA DISTRICT.
tlie peo p~le of E arop r h a ve la id d o w n lihei r live sa r a c ived oil' tlle B aa t end of S i. M ~ichae ls, an di th ib i h a rd G alew ood, E sq o f the h o u se o f B o tli ug, .h IftltV D S I .A 'U Ih O ~lrR L ,,ST B a nk S ... ... ;'.'..;,.,.. i,;,i .. ,,. i.,i *2 a 3 p r ct. d i ..
.Mltit uuiiesitatitig zani, to tiefi-nd ebltabllshi-neiit captain requested Uhertyto tak~e ou boardI a supply3, Leach &* Gatewood, ol' Mlalagii, eamr pals. dlngeis S~lip Alexande~tr lansl~ied, [-lainiitonl, 48 days '., ..... '**-71\
(,llnadtd open priiripiles essenttaliy tmjust, aiid of (wood and water, whiehi was granted. Tlhecaptl. iu thie Peacoek, to wheom wc a'rc iudebied for tihe frlon Belfaist, (cleau'cd the Chiannel May 1,) wilh Mechanics Bantk "10t do.
S'l sobjecls of" kiags have pouged out Oheir blood '*laltda, witht two Spaniihh genllemen, passengers, fo~regoilg iufn'oation, aud f'ur at Gitbralhtir pa- salt, linens, potatues-, whiiskey &LC. lu A. Bell, A Merchlants lBank at Alexandria nio sales
llk w ater, to)pl~O tl e their thrones, it hats bieen le 'e a l i m -til f y s i e ,a i o v y e -l M y i i 'liho lan n SO l. 9th, p as( the inast o f a sq nare rigi Franklin l au tk an,, c erlta hi,
d i c oui jackasses, over the mnoutains, to Ponitellel- r2 ny be oos i e rdn~ of th uea "ned vessel, appare-niy about 40 feet lioig ha-d VIRtGIr~A.
t>..c,tuse! t~lin,. est, ibnshmeitts hlid beeit traossit- gadto, a distance 01230 lailes, onu stuspicion of tlie I ""~yw" "* *"neo h nesn or3!*Sl Bank of Virginia & its Branches 1 a It perect. ds I
ledli6,nat elo ad e ,,. tile raillyig pu ~ltsolf 118- atbr )emg a ptivai.-.e AI" a ec~o o( lirr ; '**. \- ** W i tl hc th PeacO k h as he e ,^ .'"- f "^ Fae Ba it B:nce l a, do.t "-
* .tol"uul altcahuie i,d ,tnd hi~d become idenl.inud days 'i, g >-,tt! e... ....e to. it u~lUe c n and slre "oyein l tlhe A1edi urrane'iti tostate, t ittiu her 1111n iesdi iiieSo tot'Nii0 atnucket o oais~s\,aA !Varle slry aok is 3~ace 1 do.
,,i,,ltle,,a io~i,.Lglhiy. :,',co, ba,,o been t, e wags.,!l.. ,,t, dt2,,3epart ,o teso passagesto .... "ro ,h .....o ports omhraed "~ Idec ,,, tber appiarentVly hislerpst ,,rn -u Unthartert dV(llYt Bauks loa W dod
' eli.acts Of loyally l.) artiitfary polwer, what inaiy r E w r Alien, t pas' ng r in tlle rla la ton, inl her orders si istae'e' vrkslc r sh'tsta ieieV('i it* x t has triea' over ,1 sp eo ...., \V il vtile lca > "ou O otl i stlaC~e n \i'arki< b NORTH CA^ROL INA.
Bl t ue~ iinf .ci piia ed h'om ( the sp irit "f freedom m in e ,,a tll new .. .. ..tio w a f ,irm l es tlab- i lu p .a rd ls Of tW e uty -seve ti t ihO tsa nd 1 nnles T he .' l; ~ e ; l' "," d l e d s o e u h ri S a e I. n ; o ~ r h a u i a a d i
Amria lhno-isiliossal*hv he- l at .t. Mi~c aels a, am all the doing; al llat Ih p i,,, *^ ii whch shle t:. pe forf hrl la tie vessel Ul~itluge.d lhanches r 3 t a[ do.
*' p lace nadt bens i-ai o ei by tle Co'te.s attL. sh i i r 51p Lvrr' 'eeL~u Kat. )oil, o .d,'s froinl N ,ewb. r ,.,i,(,ape Fear, r:,,, 4 "o.
,;,, v tno,,r,, bl y t.,a,., azld associated vith p .T rer, come.eou,o ha el ^ b "1"" i;'y ,eyL" oIe t "Olt .et route elVeS nor v ,,a| ,ithc.oto t -S ,, o,, .;u ,,, l t 1
* .vtsy 'Sce..,. olt d,,,,eStIc enjoymne|i., arid every ^ ,, ",,, [^ ,; jIe Igest ) tauo as !: st satle, ,a" be irs fice iete tir^t^oezo ~ ua, e a ke H 1. t t ias, Strun \\' GE'CiORGIlA t "
... ,. ', Ir,,ublic grandeur;, iiu,,,,ow skUed a d ail tlis- ea.'ns wh loo 'a i tli "' t l;U ts m n lu "h vg l c and ,ets Co.It Lave ce, Klap~y e u ("rt- S v nn h lau s' l 4: ds


I; ..IQ. I fetu v, itI., aay s)s ei oI go V- conspicuot s partIl [ho revolution Imr tih, establi-i ctiviy u Cbr com o ati I O I m I : -,Ill do t he [IV wo s Coa& esL Passengers, MN G B W lde Augustat [Batdts a 3 1 4 do.
,.rnm ril it !i liaeirey. EveIl uiidei tile iieruest WeOt of tlle Constltutt'on iere inmpjrisonld i\.y Llthe very exoellfnt the sfl ipi s coipiny.- and la y, M s A Newton, A AV'liilck- Arirle Bills 40. ,0
rfrj;, i tb, i t islthe c price oi'tlae tyrant, yet -ore Rovhlists-somle tvere i irons, and lo}-ely Rorifi'ied But a circuit lisltai i \which Ilv fo" rtli tWad -elkins, Doyle sSe;> mi Hil Sm-,i :^ Sli s ha rilr and Fire i1nsti-. o.
( ai se vei ty se v etily tll t re ud e rs hi n ,o d iu u s, a n d d i- c a stl l l e g a rrisaii is sa id tosh e v er. c o m t"ib u te o f ap.'a "ro' ih e U. so i." Si i llerU r ik ue r, A; a m s, a rid L atnil, Spl til e rItn e ( ,. uie els :, b illsd o .
d.,ub[, rite weig},[)t, 114 1i iinol scpr ~ rll algetr vUduabrhnpregtuableit cn a; audd tile1ctyuhi Nars oi m ,who witil:bsed it, occurred Ill beatil Ii Peonmhe '' eare., Aa ms, and La nb the tl: t he,- a~o/a k:la4
t,,,.blatL the weight ol'!1i, iron sceptre. %^e^ v^ k'>ic^ n 1^'rf; lit" Pull;:'d" "L'r~ ""*^*S"^* oU- Til..alrei, anld .10 ill tile steeage. [," .k 3 a .1 ,do.
Tl ^ ltj m"oat ,kt advaupce it beca uise y thrd the bar It t w --o\ \ up yesterday, Lim iu ert Bth'ns, C tlrliu, l i ,,.. tf .,, a l lo liuberttS t 'i; s c ofis l" ;" I .-.
l'b~tS U. }{ilIit ,,,tid V7i aire itdvdlile ilfo ile bChatl~ tll dooerii'or wlh colalsr lbadls tom tGelsle Iit Itat ;ll l, Kc sck r2: i~t.
It ar, So far from 1) olinthls provisions ; alld had -0.1, i.'olsted the | E, L \Ve are cridilly ilior lll it this domdhury, with oals, lintns, tu; t Ludluw, Strte bauk of'.le cky ,- do'
t*hil, theiy .ii advaliced f1'i:', 'tiselytlieCanitr~try Clipyal.stlhtg f several days 1, poll tle ""'b first illstancelo i Which souli a thing has beel owners, 11 Dekliam, 1-1 &,iG Barelay, Keina-dy* O i otnr'etli. 1
.re,,sii.. itik thp h o intitiitiol halis dof ets ; city, with a view to alarm ttile inhabitants, and to i deenred even practicable by a iiun of war, ail D ,[itlald, aud lhe [litstee, Vassen'yrs. Aiti- Moutreal Bank. H : Bank of CanaAa .; a '
dl d (lh i.i'.- t;i tti.9 '.'; -;!s w n r e t' f d th, bet- pruv out thetmi from again attem pting to revolt.- ; certainly tlhe hi t il 1 Lhich it w as even attem pted, atider, S U J-,ljir D C rocket, ( )Ow .rr .; .,i \>ito i, ,i) ,I


/ ~Ki:,TH WARD F1'O.L,
The Poll Oft the N1t1 Ward wvill be lih;d al .!;
; l ,h. p)laceS; ---
T"uesday-At Lortoii's corner of 'ece'.n.'ich and
Amos streets, in the village of (;rc'nwich.
f''edn.esday-At 1. Tnirvoy's, liroadlwii-.', v bdovo
Art street, nheav tie White Lead Maoufac;tory.
Thursday-At Deyo's itn llarkea coaurr of 3:1
Avenue andl 125th street.

Iqsstzq. of Brerdfifr lhe :.
Supf. Flourij insp'd 32s. per bb... .. .. t ,.
Do do., LI?, :S rt",
Do mixed with fine Indian, 7'.) 1 2 cts.
D 1o d 3l 6,43 cts.
Do mixed with rye Hfour) ;t4 11 t: cts.
Do do 42 tiActs,
Rye Flour, eOs. per bbl. 9-2 12 cts.
Do dto 46 6i.i cts.
JNO. FLEMING,
junle ID City Treainrecr.
INEW-YOIRKl SPERMACETI OIL
jluI) CM.'VU,"DL.E F/. /''OA'tl,
J\o, 5-2 BintoAM.'Af.
-i --_ i Y ;" o' "' :" ^ '

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'SAMUEL JUDD has foe sale at thie ahoyn
f Fnctory, No. 158 Fiy-Marklul, and No. lt-
Chathaln-street,
10,000 gallons winter pressed Sperm Oil
20,000. do sttniiner stroioed Oil
5,000 do do Sea Elephant Oil
S 11.1 m 0) slunmner efinted Whale Oil
.,I" l. do com oon ),-hale Oil
1,000 do Olive Oil
j,000 do Linseed Oil
400 boxes Sper1m Candles, Jdid's brand
4,000 tbs. Sperniaceti, toR"edicialil use
.1.1 ,: -.. Lamp Glasses, assorted sizes
100 do Lamp Wicks, assorted sizes
100 dozeif jap'd Tin, pocket a:id Stand.
Lamps
50 dozen Brass Socket arnd stand Lamps,
wholesale and retail, for cash or credit,
The above articles are of superior quality.
All orders promptly attended to, and every
necessary care practised on delivery of packages
casks, &c. jinne 19-Clt&Sp
J UST published and for sale i;t the M.lthodist
Book Store, No. 5 Chatham-square -
The Journal of the late Rev. Francis Asbury,
Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Chnureh', in 3
vols. ogtavo, neatly bound with double titles, at
the low price of $5 50 the set. .Those w-tio wih
to trace the rise and progress of Methodism in
America, and to witness the exercise ofea great
mind, struggling under difficulties, and triumph-
ing in Goo over them all, wiltl find a*#eculiar
.pe.iasure.in real],ing tlie'Jouroal ol the venerable
Bishop.A~sqbu.fy. I
I Also, Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History, in 4
vols. octavo, neatly bound, with double titles;-
Pi ice $12.
In Press, and' will be ready for sale inna short
lime, price 75 cents, Observations ott Southey7s
Life of Wesley, by the Rev. Richard Watson,
one of the Preachers belonging to the British Con-
ference, and written by direction of said. Confer-
ence. We should be pleased to furnish,all who
have read that work of Mr. Southey's, with this
review of it by Mr. Watson '...
N. BANGS & T. MASON.
jutne 7-C2w&Slm in
L'ABEILLE Franeaise ou Lecons de Litera-
ture, de Morale Tirees de ia celebtre collec-
tion de MM Noel, et de la place par Deseze 2Q ed,
Pi ice 1 25.
Tardi's French.and English Pronooneilgi Die-
tionary, 1 50.
Boyer's English and French and French and
English Dictionary, 4 50.
Dufef's French and English Pionouncing doo
3 v o lh 1 0 '
Wanostrocht's Abridgement of Gil Bias, for
the use ofSehools, 1 50.
Also, new and corrected editions of--
Nugent's Fiench Dictionary, 2 '2-
Perrin's French Fables, 75 cents. .,
Do's do Cooversation, 75 cts
Do's do Exercises, 1 '25
Porney's do in -i,. -. _, ..,%..,50 cents
Hamel's do Exercises, 1
Wanostrocht's do Grammar, 1 50
Perlin's do do 1
Wanostrocht's RecueilCChoisi de traits Hist,:-
riqueset (de Cotes Moreaux, 1. For sale by
W. 1. GILEV,
juue 18 ?P2 Br;Fidwny.
LIVEtPOOL PACKETS.
SHIP ALBION,
Sk'r-''a i tVWilliams, master, to sail oi the
-L'--s.-- 10th of 7th month, (10th July.)
SHIP NESTOR,
-'.. '.'..., Seth G. Macy, master, to sarl' on tthe
10th of 8th inonth, (10th Aug.)
III order to furnish more certain conveyances
for Goods and Passengers, between en.- York and
Liver/ool, the owners of the American ships Am-
ity, Albion, Nemtorriand James Nlom'oe,'.have un-
dertaken to establish, between the two ports, a
regular secession of Vessels, to sail l i'om New-
York on the 10th, and froni Liverpool ot lthe 1st
of every 11onth throughout the year.
These ships were all recently built in this city,
of the best materials, ahd are coppered and cop-
per fastened, they are very fast sailers, and their
accommodations for Passengers are uncommilonly
extensive and conmnodlotus ; their Commanders
are lnen of great experience and activity, and
Goods shipped in them are insured at Li. lowest
rates.
The price of passage to England in the Cabin
is now fixed at forty guineas ; for which slno,
passengers are provided with Beds and Bedding,
Wine and Stores of every description..
These several reeotnmodations, al, d tbo de-
pendence which may be' placed upou the periods
of their departure, afford, it is thought, to these
conveyances', advantages of contsiderable iinpor..
tance, both to passengers, andl to the shi]ppers >~i.
Goods.
For farther Darticuhlars, apply oni hoard, to
ISAAC VllIGIHT & SON,
New-Yj'li, or to
HORATIO GAT'.;S &: CO.
june 12 Mnlinrleui
,' / ,, ,' ; ," ,
" UST received i'roin Londoo, per ship Chtcio-.
tnatus, t0 casks of very superior quality of
powdered iMValganese, warranted S'Lichi or i'e-
turnable.
^/, Windsor Soap, Caint!shair Pencils} assorted
] ver's Cfowvn L ancets
t,'or. C.humlnitil[, fresh, Rail Valeriaa!, do
Carrav.'ay Seed, fresh, Gun) Aloes
T~ime Vitriol, Copperas
T['oitoi.- Shitel lancet CasRs, very h iu 'ts
Wo:td tor blue dying, Cudbaei'E
Dtclth Pipe Clay, G;eotian B.oot
.b'pslom Salts ,VWidte Lead, ?.round iu oil
WVlIt t a large anrd genleral n ssortuim'ttt of' [>rmll sf
Mt~edii nes, Dyer's aod Fuller a articles> \w;,o~t.--
,sale anid retai! b'
JObtN C. MORI-.~tON, Drougist,
niwiy 26 Wii/ Gr'ee ',.Vh'h- .h eel.
--- ESTI'EKi' LA\^D AtGE.'Ct1"
A'N'Et


COLLCTiO.\" 0OFiCE,
ST. I~ii) IS, l3|rS, L' H.
^'r, ZTAP-LI~tD io 1~iM for lthe purtpese Vr
J K~ecori'lg D eedck', -" '.'.*.. ,., .....; 'i ,
tteuiih11 to Lanins ; atid fo i', ^*^Oft oi Def'1;*
iti Misr'ouri, Illinuis, ial Arkanrisas.
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...... ..-. of Health, under the penalty of $100, or impn-
ADDRESS sonment.
oF Every person practising physic in the city of T' -r
HIEL BOWRD OF 11E.1'LT1I New-York, who shall have, between the 31st of -_ 4
May and the 1st of November, in any year, a
OFriTHE patient laboring under yellow, bilious malignant, CORRECt'
CITY OF NEW-YORK, or any pestilential or infectious fever, shall forth-
Twith make a report in writhig to some one of the I
TO THtEIR I ,h ,,ht.......- i ,,I) for neglecting so to I
FELLOIV CITIZEAL'S. d,,,, ,i ,.......i... l y ofa misdemeanor, 1
i,7- Thf BoAeRD oF HIEALTIH, onwhom de- and fineitin asuitiotexceedingtwohiundred and i ARTICLES.
.oulves the important duty of guarding the city a '- fifty dollars. Ashes Pot
,gathist local, as well as foreign causes of disease, i All persons keeping boarding houses, between -'_ Pearl,
_ihave-deemed it 1piropr, onu the approach of the the 31st of May and the e1st of November, are to Beans,
warm sea-on, when the utmost ica-it aitl vigilance report with in twelve hours to lie Connnission- heef, Mess,
are necessary to avoid the disastrous consqi(en-i ers of Health, or tile Board of Health, all tran- Prime,
ces of past tunes, to address their fellow citizens, sent persons who may be taken sick at their Cargo, new,
atnd request theirearnest attention to the means houses ; and all masters of vessels are prohibited Bottle s, porter,
pointed out by the several laws and regulations landing any sick person, without first obtaining a breit., Pilot,
adopted for (he preservation of the public health ; written permit from one ofithe Health Commissioni- ^'auvy'
and they call upon) them), as they value the ers or from the Board of Health, under the penalty istlesRussia,
health of themselves and famiihcs, to assist with of two hundred and fifty dollars, or imprisonment t Ameincan,
zea l aid perseverance, il, having said laws andt fur six months. Butter, first ,''.'. ,
regulations enforced an d observed. No dead anunal shall be left exposed in any -- for exportation,
Thet several laws and regulations now in ope- place, street, yard, lane, or lot, within the city, Candles, Inould,
ration for the security of rt>e public health, con- under the penalty of te dollars. ----- dipped,
stitute a system of external and internal inea- No salted provisions shall be packed or re- Cheese, AmericAi, slipping,
sires, intended to guard against bh.thi jsrtign and packed at any season of the year, in that part of Chocolate, New- ork,
domstticcausesof disease. The following is a the city lying to thie southward of Canal .street, -, C araccay
brief sutunaly ofthem. on the Northi River, and Walnut-Street on Iaraccasnd,
All vessels from Asia, Africa, and their Is- the East River. From the ]st day el May -- Cayenne,
It uds, the Mediterrauean, America south ofl o tlhe ist of October, no salted os pickled beefor --- Surrinam,n
G -"rgia, the West India, Bahama, Bermuda, 01 fish, unless smoked, call be deposited south of Coffee, W. 1. best green,
Western Islands, ftotm any foreign port with for- said line, and all the aforementioned articles, --- f2d quality,
ty nr more passengers, anid all vessels on tblard of and all cotton and hides, which may have been --3d do.
which any person may have died, uor been sick, deposited south of said line, prior to the 31st Corks, Velvet,
willie at a floieig port, or on her homeward pas- of May, and shall there remain on the Ist of '-ou, elslnl,
sage, are subject to l qarautinite, andi the diree- June, must be reputed to the Health Contais- C___ ergia, Upland,
nitsof thie Health Oliicer, at all titnes of thi sion,.Ts. Niew-Orleaius,
year. Every tm.is'er or commander of a vessel, All dirtand filth shall he bro't out front houses, Alabama,
dI... in tile preois, s, shall be considered cellars, u lleys, yards, anit lots, on swooling day s, -- liTenntese,
guilty of a misdemeanor, and on u conviction before 10 o'clock in the morning, under the penal- C.t LCUTT.'1 GOODS.
thereof, shall, for each otffence, he fined in la suil ty of two dollars. Cossas,
not exceeding two thousand dollars, or imprison- cGrbage, shells, and olfals, shall not be cast Baftas,
edfor not unure thi,u t1ele months, iuto the street, under the penalty of two dol- itte (irltrrahs,
All vessels fromti the WVest Indies, Bermuda. A- lars. unrr hsii
inerica south of Georgia and north of the equa- ]No sexton shall inter any person who may iiruaciers,
tor, and Africa, between the 31st of May and the have died of a pestilential or malignant fever, in C./Ik1N.OV SILKS.
istof October, are subject to qiiaraiutinc, four any place to the southward of Grand-street, un- Crape,
days at least, together with their passengers and t der the penalty of one hundred dollars, nor shall Sinchews, 30 yards,
cre os, and when permitted to depart, mutist not they inter any corpse within the above huiits,aex- Sarsnets, do.
come within three hundred yards of the city.- cep't in graves or vaults at least six feet deep, Florentiues,
Their cargoes being discharged, and the vessels and in s doiug shall not remove any other dead SewingSilk, assorted,
having been repotted clean by the inspector, the body or coffin, under thfesanme penalty. 4-lcutta Bamdaioes,
Saltbt Coulnuissioners may permit th emt to coue i Nu uw nuade ground shall be turned up dur- Ha IF" t i[audkifs.
to a wharf ; after which they may not chaiinge ng the sunuiner, under the penalty of one hundred Currants, Zant,
their births between the 31st ofiMay and the Ist dollars. Duck, Russia, from thelowest
of October, without permission of the Health Noisome or offensive substances, shall not be to the highest,
Commissioners, or by order of the Mayor, or deposited in any place to the southward of Grand- -- Ravens,
Board of Health. Every master, commander, street. Dutch,
cnasigunee, or passenger, of any vessel, or any No oysters shall be bro't into or soldin the ci- r.1 -. "' ,
person belonging to, or connected with the same, ty, between the 1st of June and the 30th Septemr- Russia sheeting,white,
offending against the provisions of this section, is' her, under the penalty of two dollars for every Do. do. brown,
siibjct to a fine of two thousand dollars, or in>- hundred. DOMIESTIC GOODS.
pris-.aent for a term not exceeding twelve .No auctioneer shall, between the lst of June Vhite Shirting,
month. and the Ist of November, sell, or expose to sale, Brown Shirting,
.il vessels from the Mediterranean, Asia, A- in either of the places assigned by law, salted beef 3-4 Checks,
merica south of the equator, or from Madeira, or pork, dried or pickled fish, blubber, hides, or 7-8 Checks,
Canary, Gape de Verd, Western, or Bahama Is- cotton wool, under the penalty of twenty-five dol- 4-4 Checks,
lands, between the 31st of May and the Ist oi lars for each offence. Stripes,
October, are subject to twodays quarantine at Undressed skis, hidet, blubber, &c. shall Bedtiks,
least; after which the Health Officer shall direct not he kept to the southward nor westward of CfuambrayVs,
to what wharf they may proceed, and they can- Catharine and Canal-streets, under the penal- Feathers, live, fioreigg,
not change their births without permission of the ty of ten dollars for every twenty-four hours -- American,
-leahlh Conmissioners. The penalty for a vio- neglect. Fish, dry Cod,
nation of these regulations, istwo thousand dol- Putrid and unsound provisions shall be de- -- dIo" Scale,
lars, or imprisonment, stroked by starting them into the rivet or other- Pickled Codfish,
Vessels arriving front any place, in the ordina- wise. -- Sal1non,
ry passage from which they must pass the South Butchers shall bring no gut-fat into market, FaSouthern Shad,
of Caipe flenlopen, between the 31st of May and nor the head of any sheep or lamb, unless the Connccticuit Mess Shad,
the l6th of October, are subject to quarantine, saine be properly cleansed; nor any sheep or --lHerrings,
The penalty for every offence is two thousand lamb in carcase or quarters, with the feet or Do. New-England,
dollars orimprisonment, trotters thereto ; nor any hides or skins, calf Flax,
All vessels coining from sickly ports, .or on skins excepted, under the penalty of two dollars. Fruit, Raisins, Bloonl,
board of which any person may have died or been They shall, likewise, immediately after killing "- Do o.tusD tel,/tV
sick of malignant fever during the voyage, shall any animal, destroy the ofals, or convey the New- York uperfiute,
be unloaded, cleansed, and purified at tile quar- same into tfle river, under the penalty of twenty- Philadelplhia,
.antine ground, at any season of the year; and five dollars. They shall not expose to sale ag Baltimore,
all such vessels arriving between the 31st of May ny stale or unwholesome provisions, under the Alexandria,
and the IstofOctober, shall be detained not less penalty of ten dollars. They shall cause their I .. .-.I. I.,.,,-
than thirty days, after which, itwhen judged safe slaughter houses to be washed and cleansed I...'.,... "' Mills,
by the Health Officer, lie shall report theit to the each day ou which any cattle shall be killed, Petersburgh,
Board of Health for further directions; and no under the penalty of ten dollars for every neg- ,t tile- li
person from on board such vessel, shall be per- lect. .. '
mitted to go to the city of New-York until twen- Nuisances of every other description must be in hdP-iadsl,
ty days after hne last death or sickness of ma- removed or renmedied,agreeably to the mode pre- Wheat, *...I .. '.,
ligiant feveri These regulations are enforced scribed by the city inspector, and in addition to -- Southern,
under the penalty of two thousand dollars, or the penalties prescribed in the cases of nuisance, Rye,
imprisonment. by thile statute of the state, and ordinances of Corn, yellow, North-River,
All vessels Iound to the eastward of New- the city. the remedies by common law may like- -- Southern,
York, afteu the proper examinattuli by the Health wis be enforced. Barley,
Officer, are permitted to pass through the sound, Thie foregoing is a brief digest of the laws en- Furs, caver, North,
but they must not be brought to anchor off the acted by the state and city authorised on the __ do. South and West,
said city, nor must any of the crew or passengers subject of the public health ; and it being tile o- --Raccoon,
be permitted to land, under the penalty of two pinion of the Board, that a due observance of -- Muskrat,
thousand dollars, or imprisonment. these laws will tend, under the blessings of Di- Martin, Canada,
All persons, articles or things, that may be vine Providence, to avertftom our city the dread- -- Bear,,
deemed prejudicial or dangerous to the public ful scourge of the malignant and pestilential dis- -- Red Fox,
health, and all vessels at the wharves, may be ease, they are determined to enforce them with -- Mink,'North,
removed to the quarantine ground ; and no ves- the utmost rigor on offenders The Board are Otter, North,
sel thus removed shall return without permission, perfectly sensible, however, that the strict ob- do. South,
under the penalty of one thousand dollars. servance of laws, in themselves salutary, but Glass, English, 6 by 8,
Vessels subject it quarantine, shall not be ex- which are inconvenient in their execution, de- -- do. 7 by 9,
emipted therefrom, by having previously entered penid, in a great measure, on the co-operation of -- do. 8 by 10,
any other port of the United States, unless they the-ir fellow-citizens to carry them into complete ---- o. 10 by 12,
shall have discharged their cargoes, been puri- effect; and they, therefore, earnestly request, ---- American, 7 by 9,
fled, and remained tmventy days unladen. Eve- that whenever any violation shall take place, do. 1 by 10,
ry master, commander, or consignee of any ves- information may be. lodged with Ihe Board of Glue, Irish, best,
sel, offending in the premises, is liable to a fine Health, or the Health Commissioners, at their --Americat,
of two thousand dollars, or implisoniient. office in the City Hall, where constant attend- Gunpowder, American,
All vessels subject to quarantine must have a ance will be given during office hours. -- English,
written permit from the Health Officer, before By order of the Board of Health. Hams, Northi River,
they come to the city, which permit must be de- STEPHEN ALLEN, President. Hemnp, Russia, clean,
livered to the Commissioners of Health, within J. MoRTON, Sec'ry. American, water rot,
twenty-foutr hours after their arrival. Evy NEW-Yo June 1 ll, 182, Honegs LAmerican,
master or commander neglecting or refusing to Ho____ ,st ad 21 sort,
.comply wi ith e er of these directions, may be From the Albany Argus of June 12. Horns, Ox,
fined inu a sum of two thousand dollars or im- Insolvents advertising' forthebenefit of the act of this Horn Tips,
prisoned. State. Iron, Pig,
All persons having intercourse with vessels William Bishop, of Poundridge, Aug. 24; Benja. -- Country,
at quarantine, without permissioun from the mIin Brigham, of Nunda, Auo.8; Joshua Greene,. -- Russia,
llealtn Officer, shall be considered guilty of a of Byron, Aug. 23; Lemuel VWright, of Rodmnan, -- Swedes,
misdemeanor, ii l nmay be fined in the sum of Ju"y '2 ; Eliphalet Steele, of 1Vaterviiet, July 20 ; --i-- F li 1, assorted,
five hundred dollars, and detained at quaran- Johnu Lerue, of Albauiy, Aug. 17 ; Istac Gleason. -- -1. r,
S2d, of Jefferson, July 23; Mortimer 1-1. Herrick, of Hoop,
tine. Cianidor, July 28; Samuel Miller, of Salina, Aug 17 ; Leather, soal,
The Health Officer may take a bond from per- John E. Williams, of Aurelius, Aug. 16 ; George E. -- Dressed, upper,
sons wishing to proceed beyond the city of New- Robinson, of dto. Aug. 16 ; ltenjamuin G. Brockway, --- Upper, undressed,
York, who are utider quarauntine. of Ontario co. Aug. 1 ; Nathaiel Denney, of Phillips- LUilSlI1,l.-Ytard Prices.
tlhe Board of Health may cause any cargo, town, July 30 ; Amos Goodell, of Westport,Sept. 1. Boards, Oak,
or partof a cargo, or anty other matter or thing ,Norith liver Piner
in chi- said city, ti.ut may be putrid, or, itl their FOR S 4LE, Al bhny PineBar,
opinion, dangerous to thie health of the :ity to I The Farm, onus Green field Hill, in Fair- SA lagy lierlaid
be removed or destroyedf. l fitlf, Cotinecetict, lately occupied by ---- Oak,
No boat cau land after sun set, orpass between ,. ,f, ., lhoyt, EsII. dfeceased. It is delightfully Qak Timber,
vessels at quarantine, at any tti e, without per- situated, about one an half miles from the land- i"'-I_ (Cyprus,
nuissiti from the Health Office.r. Any person itg, and conuinandsati extensive view of the Sound Piue,
offending against any of these directions utay be and adjacent country. The land, 50 acres or Staves, WAhite Oak, lth.
fiued i the sum of fifty doll urs. more, is of excellent quality, and abundantly Bbl. 1
Cottonthe growth of the United States,can- stocked with the choicest fruit, eniclo...id ad d di- R. Oak Hhd
not be brought into the city south of a tne vided within wall fences. The :;...I ,.. ., eiobra- Hlhd. llcatin
comlumencing at Spring-Street, on the North Riv- cing a Store, are in complete order ; exceeding. Hloops,
er, running through the said street to the lowe- ly convenient, and adapted to the purposes of an Molasses, Wect-India,
ry, thence down the Bowery to Grand-Street, extensive Farler, or Country Merchant ; or --c Neow-Orleants,
tflrough Grand-Street to Walnut-Street, and would be an excellent stand for a Public House.. mustard, American,
through Walnut-Street to the East River, be- Fo terms, which will hbe liberal, apply ho the ails, cut tls,
vween the 31st olf May and thIe 1st of October. subtscri er, ou the pateiniss, or to lS.AAC 1M .. c, .lsizs
Impure, damaged, or boloign cotton, must be ELY, Esqt. 79 John-street, New-York t. c ....
lauded at, and may lie exported from, the quar- IHARRIET HOYT. Naill-ods,
ainlne ground, during the said period. All Greetfiel-Hi[tll, 8h .u1 1821. Nankee8s,/ ie,
hides and slkins, during ihe said period, must he ,nay 11i-CAS4w 1-- Short, Yellow,
lauded at quarantine, and if sound, may be ta- __- -- ..,_ C. ,,, any,
ken to any place iti the city tnoth of the last- IfALAE HOITEL ----- .. l. ....
mentioned line. Sound cotten, of United States ]! DEYO, formerly keper toft'tihe Hotel and t avali Stlor, I .,
growth, and sound hides, may be taken from -- g S Igi.-Iose il Knuldurhook, resp.ecftlly ---- ith,
-, .S -- ltumuthuti till hittItti...... r iii. ag1e- .ite .u -a, respet- -- osin t


on board vessels lying at ihe wharves for expor-
ition. Any soundu cotton may be shipped from

tih,: East or N,,ith l Rivers, provided the vessel
hailng the sane oi board, tshall not atproalih
"05t-irt-A -torrc-s .l... tid yards of' any dock ill the
ciy of New-Ys1ki, nor lie at anclior opposite ihe
said city, and provided any such cotton s-all nut
b, landed in the said city.
No person can enter tile quarantine ground
withoutt a peunit fromithe HIealth ofeccr or Board


NEW-YORK

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TED ausostISC. T~URNER t&'CO'S. FLItOFCURRttfENT.


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Per 1,$ r,
ton 113 i.S i
120
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58 5
3 87
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I ... .... .. and opened a Hotel at H arlaebm, ,. .. .
a few rods south of the -i "Every attention OHi, Florence, 30 lhskus, boxh
will be paid to the comtlfirt and colivenielnce of -- eo. 12 botlles, ban.k
ttiosut isho miay C loose to hiounur il) witith hl eiiu + Olive, ,+i -
cniitiany ; mIH thfe bar a"dt thNle will be Sut- --- [.intced, Iuilth,
plRda with le bhst. IHoardelse lt be acconuno- il, n l
dt aed aI altlimes ; and thost who umay wish to St t.lephant
retire front hel hoat nni bustle of the city du- -- Spernti ijnliner,
rig thIe iot weatitr, will find this a pleasant
and agreeable retu adt.
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80
92
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13
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c cts i] ARTIGLES. Per. $, cts.
1 i, Oils, Sperm. Winer, gall 95
S I-- [blr, bl 10 50
6 25 tu,t' -. I i 'ead, Cwt 9
10 75 --- \',-j..,i dry, 12 50
6 75 ----- ... 1,i otil, 10
S --- ..... .,ry, 1 '25
7 25--- .. ground in oil, lb. GI
I---- i, ,,t Brown, (I,... ,--.t 2
S 3 -:--- ,i. ground in ,...1.'1i. 6
7 Varish, bright, gall. 25
5 65 --- t d. black, 25
50 V,.,, 111.., 1 ;,,. ;1, lb. I
S 15 L ,,, L ,,.;,,- ,-
9 11 --- ....,..jick, 6
, -t" I. t y, 7 bu 6
S 15 .., 10
5 7 1, .. .i gro.
18 :, I torl 3 25
8 22 ..I ..w, bbl. 6 50-
30 I -- ,,.,.. w 8 25
12 --- .1 ... 11 50
13 ... ,. .,, L ..., doz. r 2 50
13 .-. -. town Stout, 3
I 9- ......... d udo. 1 25
I .. I .,,, cw t. 5
6 --- ,,. 4 50
S I" ,h .... .. 6 3
S bush 56
5 I ,53
S i L ,,, 52
.1 17: U- Cadiz, 46
i l --- Liverpool blown, 443
Sdo. gounuud, 47
. 4 87 Seed, Flax, cl-run,
3 )00 --- do. rough, cask
3 25 --~Thnothy, 23
S 4 Shot, all sizes, t'rce 9 75
2 65 -Shins, Deer, ii hair, cut. 18
10 25 -- do. shaved, lb. 20
Soap, American, white, 12
S10 62 -- do. Tulpentine, 9
21 Spelter, 10)
15 50 Spices, Cassia, 31
13 --Cinnanion, 2 50
5 25 --- Cloves, 1 12
9 50 ---- Ginger, race, 4.
S 4 r---- )tire do ground 5
S5 50 dace, 225
S 14 Ni-- Nutmegs, 1 75

21 ii -- t .... Spauish, 1
10 75 --- ,,h ,i,12-
27 -- ,, 12
S......,,, Craswley, 14
2 35 i -,,, ., fag't 12
19 00 ;-- i Country, cwt. 1 30
16 50 ,, .-., c, Martell's, ton 1 50
.. I .. m,. ix, gall. 1 21
183 ,1t. i. h, 1
13 ...I i .... i th proof, 1
3 18 -- ... 3d do. 83
21' i-- *,,... 3d do. 78
3l do.-
2 I land, 3d do. 73

S 20 I t i I .,, f st proof, 83
3 33 .... 32
16 t .. -.. rye in Iflhds. 21
41 .--- do. iu bbls. 25
56 -- -- Apple, in bbls. 30
2 75 ',"... uscovado, prime, 11
1 50 --- 2dlai.. .1.1 iI1, cwt. s 50
4 New-Orleans, prime, 10
15 -- ,i ,, ,,' ti, a
7 1iHavana, white, 15 50
-- 2d and 3d quality, 13
8 50 -- Havana, browu, 10
3 50 -- 2d and 3d quality, 9
80 1--- Lump, 15
10 ---- Loaf, lb 17
Tallow, i ... ..,., I
--- American, 12
Tea, Hyson, 89
-- Young 1y3son, 79
l -- i...,, ii5, 53
4 50 ...-.. .... 50
--. .. 40
4 25 -- 32
) 4 62 ...., I ..I 4 12
4 25 '----- t i box 20
2 50 i i i i ,.....,, tl. 6
2 25 --- ... I ,-',,,.,

11 50 .-- -- I ,... I ist, 22
81 j-----. Swt. Set. No. I to 3, 9

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4 --- I ,, L. P. 1 25
2 --- l ... 1 37
S --- I.. 78
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S -- ., '.i ideira, fb. 1 25
2 ., I 'i ..-i ., ashed, 50
I .---- ', washed,
;" -- .. ..'. ,I. twashet-d, 35
I i i... ,vtshed, 40
3 'n -- -.l... unwashed, 3.0
2 u . ..,, washed, 30
,- .,. i..., ilatte-r 253
1 '4 ,1 -- E t- n e. -s ,. --.
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14 \ ,..., cwt. 6
t .,l lb. 30

.d -.,t .1q, 27
Ston 60
5 b ,,., i. LI I Ib. 50
7 .u I--- .
9 -- '. li -, -ina, 12
212 I .. 40
170 I o-1 iOl 60
t .. u......, ..,,, cwVt. 2 50
9 sulphur, 5
9 -- *d ton 35
9 i '.... .. -,ted, Ib. 80
9 -- ie, 50
40 Il ,ton 1
85 tb. 6
85 T ........ 6
95 .. i 'c, wwt.
80 i] ar, 18f
10 t o t.' lt
7 .11 1'^, b. 40
23 ltaulber bats, cwt. 3
3 Gum, Copal, India, 16
2 15 -- Southi-America, 35
I -- Annunoianul, 40
-- Arabic 50
17 ragacauith,
20 I -- As.saluetida,
1 ---- -lI f5
215 -- n t'. l, ll t

4 -- I- .,- ,, 1 li
3 0 i --- Acw-Orleattns, O80

.. .... Spanish, 18
RootL ,
23 ,* .... .,, 15
3 -- 0ots, Smyrna, 13
iI i lakey,
30 -- Sorns, 18
33 Opiuiint, 8
,., Castor, ..81i 2
1 37 Vitriol, I. 7
10 .-, I .-,
14 .- Bark, toln 45
9 Q(ticks.ver, db. ,0o
110 i-hubarb, East-India, 87
I .8 sal Aimtotuac, East-India, 17
dtapetrei reined, 10
---- crude, E.asL+India,
1 121 -- -- isotuucky, h
Sastsafras, ton 186
... Fel. American, lb. 50
------.East-India, 15
Shliumackl, Sicily, ton Il
n- Amnertcan, 20
-,* l.. .b. 10
8 50 .Snake fouot, Sen. 20
1 62 -- V- 'irgiuita, 20
a:- S p, Castile, 18

t30 Vitriol, Roman, 12.
45 Whiting, tswt. 1
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75
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52

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1 5i
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1 35
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65


Y order of the honorable Edward Suffern AGENTS FOR THE'N. YORK SPECTAT1,
first Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, IN uPPEsR oANAa A.
of tile county of Rockland, notice is hereby given Kingstosn--John Macauley, Esq. P. M.
fobrthecreditorsofHecekiaih Gray, ofthetownofHav- Fort George-John Crooks, Esq.
erstraw itntheesaid eounty,anisolventdebtor, toap- Queenslon-W. G. Hephburn, Esq.
pear be fore tlhe said Judge, at lhis office, itl ite town IN LOWER ANANA.
ofHeuipsiead, in s;ridcounty,on thle sixth day ofJ ely h b e..
next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to C/iChaiby-J. Sextoi, Esq. P. Al.
show cause, if any they have, why atn assignment .Montreal-Mr. Win. Langhlori, Librarian.
of the said insolvent's estate should rat be made Three Rivers--Edward Sills, Esrq.
for the benefit of all his creditors, and that the per- Qi tbec-Mr. Williait Sims.
son of the said insolvent inav be for ever there- Lj.? Tie price, including thie U. S. post.ge, 2
alter exempted from all arrest or imprisonment for i2s. 10d. Halifax curreitny, per amoum.
or by reason of any debt or debts due at the time of
making such assignment, or contracted for before SUPRiEMEi : COURT.
th.at time, though payable afterwards, and also, ifin To ,the lonora.bli, the Justicesof the Suprine Court
prisoit from his imprisosl... i .t ... 1.1 M ant act of JudictArie of the People of tile tae of Ze,-
of the Legislature of the1 .. ,..i entitled, yooek :e
"Au A ctto abolish imprisonment ior debt in certain r H-lE Pi ttlonofDaielJtohnson, of the towni
cases."--Dated the fifth day of Silay, 1l21. HE e o of Daieohnson, of theow
may 18-Slaw6w S ASMrn, Au'y. J of Windham, in the county of Greene,.
orer of illa. Th E i'"1 and Stale of New-York, she wtith-'lhat your
Y order of Williai A. hompson, Esq. first Petitioner is seized in fee simple as tenant in cinm-
SJudtge of tkc Court oif Cotion P leas, in milt of one eighth part--the whole into eight equal
and for the county of Sullivan, notice is here- parts to be divided, of all and angular that ceit ain.
by given to all the creditors of Oliver Calkin, of the lot, piece, or pa-cel of land. siulate, l ing and being
town of Lunilberland, it said cralnity, an insolvent '"- I .. IiI. -., hI I .1..l 1 i .... ,lo! eltawwalre;
debtor, to shewcause, if any they have, before the -- .- -. r I I ..- :" .1 ..: I I ,, ..1 I 112, and houi f,
said Judge, at his dwelliig-house, in the town of ed as folk. --h i...; ... ; ,r links
Thompson, in said colnity, on the twentieth lday of east, by tir.. -..,, -. .' ~. h .. .. i, J .. ,which
A ugust next, at one o'clock in the afterlioon, why an Ezekiel Johnsol, deceased, lately resided, in said
S ...... I .1 insolvent's estate iouobi Unot town of Kortright, and being tilt lhit on which tlhe-
'.... .. lb I, of all his crediTlrs, and iis dwelling house stands, ftbrirl y occupied by Ezekie
pefron be exempted fion imprisonment, parsutantto Jolinson ; tihence norti lilty-tue degrees, east tir-
the act, entitled, Al Act to allish imllrisonientlelt teen chains atld oinety two links ; theuce north tiir-
fordebi in certalii casesb"-passed \Irjli 7th,1 1Mi9, ly-one degrees, wstlforly- eight chains ; thencenitlIt
Dated May l1, 1821. jumi 12 -Clt&1 iawllow filly-nine degiees, east two chains: thence notils
Rwic/hntod Coiniy, ss. tweilty-twodlegies,,estt hirty-threechainsandt iir-
YY virtue of, amd in compliance with an or- ty links ; hence south live degrees, cast thirty-seven
ehierte in ii i i s chaio s and fiflv links; thence north seventy one de-
dter of Teunis Egbeit, Esquone, Stnllogate gsee, west sixteen chains and loity.eig it links;
of Richeltind County, tile suibscrifber swill offe) thente sou lt seveui dgrees filfy f nitlle, ,e-i three
lor sale at publicauctioii, on tile irst tday of Aungust chains ; thuenice south thirty degrees,east eight clains
next, at tielhe o'clock, i Inoonl,] tie preloises, d tien- souli t .i it ,1 ,, .. s, east s elt n chains
scribedit as nearly as iay Ie, as follows, to wits : All thence u i .th 1. ...... .i ,,. eabt lole chains a tid
those certain piecesor paicljs of laud, situate, lying eight links; ttiatore it a direct line to the place io"
and being in tfhe county of flichitoitd, in tie town bgiitug--conltainng ninely-one acr-s o. ll ; ii
cf Castleton, whereon Johni leliker, in Its lifetime, beiIg ile fain g or tract of land ect oil by the hisi; o.
residedi-on twlich there is a gf,"l wovlo" dttllntg the said l.zekiel .lobn-oi, deceased, to the widow o
house, banr, out houses, garden, orctard, and iill, thesaid sol7 ekti J.,l : i."L, tr, (fii d,,,.,,tle.periwot
wilh a dan appiertaii thlereto t d a at titS a small of ier natural lile-uvne.,' ilo ileutctei..u
house earsaid intl,". ,i. .r.i... attaclhed tl erelo; Aun vtour i petitioner further s wetli, that Susan-
boundled on tlI.t easterly side by a salt marsh belong- alah Slieldon, wife 4f Jeremialh bithuldoi; El liania
ing to John Bodlne, senior, and the public road lead- Johnson ; l-riend Johnsons; Lois Haikunss, wils ouff
ing through Castleton; on the southerly side by Thomnas larknels ; Ezekiel T. Jelhnson, lElih W-
lands of the widow Vandlerbdt, andl captain Jo JohnJohnson; and Tnnothly Johnson, a intor, undetc
W\. Blake; 1. 1. -I., F. I 1,.,' rsrin or book, and the ageof twenty.one years, all being together witl
the lands of 1 .......... ... ... I others; it north- ..-, i.. i ..,,,, tihe cifldren and heir.s at law, of the
early by the river calNed the Kills-containing al- tu.idl' ekiel Johnson, late ofsaid town of Kortrigbt,
together about lift'y-lhree ncres. Also. tine lot c til- lvowv deceased, ale seized ill fee simple as lellailts it
taiting about oe acre, .-i, ...,,... thile Kills, as falure- commnion, each ofone undivided eighth paIl of ifalland-
said, ti front of the popaa C rch in sad singuthe e EiiialAIUfift iisitg ith premises above iinnoined and dehcrib-
town, being the estate whereof the said Johu lieli- ed, subject Io the payineii of a annual rlnt of six
ker died, seized-. pence sterling for each acre of sid premises.
The conditions will be made known at the time And your Petitioner further sheweth,lithat he is de-
and place of sale, and explanations and attendance sirous to have partition iade of the aiblesaid lands,
given by the .uhscriber, in compliance witli the power tenemlents aul hbereditaments, with the aLpuritenan-l
above ientio..ed. Dated Ricuhmond County, June ces, among the several pasties aforesaid, according
12th, 121l. to their re-pective rights theremin.
MARY HELIKER, Administratrx. \V hercfire your Petitioner prays, thatall and sin-
julte 15--Cl t.&Sptds gular the aforesaid lands andl tCnlinets aind li-rli-
1__ FOIL SALE OR XCHANGE(;. laments, with tile rights, privileges, and applIte-
[- -The valuable property, situated in the nalces tlheeuntlo belonging and appertaining. may
J town of Fairfield, county of Herkimer, le divide by Comnissioners, to ie appointed by
j__ t athis(Court, itl pursuance of the act, coin1ed, "'1Ait
oppou e the College and Academy, consisting f Act for the Partition of Lands," passed 12th Aprilt
a valluable Tavern Staud, with Stables and i181:3, animig ilihe several ownersor proprietors theie-
Sheds, a Store and several Dwelling Houses-i of, according to thitr respective rights therein.-
together witi 14 acres of gooi s teadow and ara- Dated tis tenths day ofMarcb, l821.
ile Lasd, fr saile or exchianige cheap. EnulUire DANIEL JOHNSON.
of SIMON MABEE, Little Falls, or at No.16 NOTWCE.
Cedar-street, New-York. m;iy 29-Clt&S3wv To Jeremiah Sholildon and Susannah his wife, Elka-
1nan Johnison, lFriend Johnson, Thowas Harkuecs-
OIL & CANDLES. and Lois his wife, Ezekiel T. Johuson, Eihum W.
S000 WnterPresedJohnson, and Th nothy H. Jobuon, .byhisGuar-
A 'Ch gallons W inter Pt e sed Sperm. Oil dian Edlen flautilton.
1 U fro n T Tear iat tea Please to ta e notice, that a Petition, of whiah the
10000 galls, new Sperm. Oil, now straining .... ,_ is a copy, will le presented to theStupreumle
500 do Olive Oil .. Judecature of the State ofNew York, on tile
'.i00 do Linseed Oil, Aoineiian first Monday in August next, at the Capitol, in the
200o0 eal Elephant Oil, refined City f Albany, at tell o'clock in the forenoon of the
2000 do W\,hale Oil saimeday, or its soon thereafter as counsel can be-
200 boxes new Sperinacett Candles lieard,and an .1 I.'l. i.. will therefore be nlade to
20 doz. Liverpool brabs and japal'd sus- thie said Court A.1 h- I [-h.Ointilnent of Commission-
0 dt. Li t r hisnd itojeipti i s ers, to Idivide the lands, tenements, and heredita-
pending Churchi andt Store Lamps itents, with the rights, members, I,.;.;! -' and ap-
50 doz. Brass Laips, for house else purtilances in the said Petition i.,. .1 atd de-
10(0 do Brass Socket Laoips do scribed, aniong tle several owners or proprietors
200 do flat bottomn japan'd Lamps thereof, according to their respective rights therein
500 ido socket and jacket do do agreeable to.the prayer of the said Petition, and in
500 do globe and straight Lampi Glasses, purs"ance ofan act ofthe Legislature of the Statecf
assorted sizes, foreign and domestic New-York, entitled, ", An Act for tlhe Partition of
SLands."-Delhi, Delaware county, March0Ifth, 121.
Wicks oif every description, for sale, wholesale Yours, &c. DANIEL JOINSON.
and retail, by SAML. JUI)DD, S19ERWOOD & PACKER, AttS'a
At his Factory, 52 Broadway ; 138 Fly 1 ar- apl 9-CIt.-SSlaw3m
kut; and 106 Chatham-street.
Jtna il Price's (Rieduced- 1Y order of Nathan Williams, Esq.. a Comn-
Best Winter Pressed Sperm Oil, ";,1 12 per gall missioner, &c. noiice is hereby given ro' air .
2d qiutality do do 1 00 tte creditors of Nichoilas .. tfoVeiver, of Utlia,
SuniiuIr Strained do 0 ;7) tanid county of Oneida, ail insolvent deltor, to slietv
Seai Eliphant Oil, refined, 0 -2 cause, ift any they have, before the said Comnii ssion-
jite tie-C I &-S Im er, ait is Olticte, m ti detown of Utica, it the said
c(imty, on the Itw Ity-eiglhthdav vef Jiuly next, at ten
VV 0 0 L \V A AI E 1 0 U 6 E, o'clock ill the lorenoon, wli ail assiglnlent of the
Estublish/ed inl 1814, said ItnsOveit's estate should not blie made, and his
FOIl. THE RECEPTION AND S.ALE OF WOOL ON person be exeluipted fro in iprisonment, pursuant
collrMlssioN. to an act,r entitled, An Art to abolish iinprison-
P" HIS Establishment has been removed frotna mei fort l e bt in certain case "-passed April 7th,
_1 No. 95 Pine-street, to thai spacious FIRE -Date tenth OLS N. WEAVER
N>ICrfOLAS N. WEAVER,
PROOF STORE, No. 34CLIFF-STREET, cov- may 15-C1t&Slawl0w lIsol -:nt.,
ner of Fultou-street, near Pearl-street, a veiy eli-
gible situation for the sale of WOOL &A WOOL- I)Y order of Nathtniel W. HoweAll,. sr. lirse
LEN GOODS, being on the corner of that main _h9 Judge of the Court of Coammon Pleas, in.
street which passes across the city frotl the Nortl and ifor thle county of Ontario, notice is hereby
to the East River, and on each end of t which l will gil ie to Jo/in Birown, now or late of Niaiara. in thel
shortly stand the two great markets of our city, Province of Upper Canada, ailn absent debtor,nd n to
which, of course, will make it a thoroughfare. all othlera whoin it inavyconcern, that on application
Thile FARMER and SHEEPHOLDEKR wi1t anl due proof made to him, tie said Judge, pursuani,
here find a ready sale for his Woolh; advances to ilt- direction of an act entitled, An actifr re-
will be made to such as require them, and bags ist i albse- th and abt condig deblitors," passed
furnished to transport tle 'eot. s are h f 11 hec th directed ltt the estate of
furi t trs, tt the ol. ihe said John Brown to lie seized, and that unless.
The flanlufactorer can be supplied from anl ex- Ihe returunsand discharges his debtswithin one year
tposive stock, andt oin ccolunodating terms, with a after this notice of such seizure, all the estate will
IIol, Oils, Tezies, Ii-nad, Cards, & c. They be sold for the paytem of his debts.-Dated Marchi
are inforuii-d, that tire Sale of DOMESTIC| tenth, 1821 GEO. HiOSIMlER, Att'y for
WOOLLEN GOODS has been attached t i the es- ul 21-Cl t&Sawl w Attaching Credit or,
tablishment ; that its present location is one 01
likely to ensure prompt si les, and tit ht dan- L orde- "f the ;ho1oraile William Jay, first
ccs will be made on their goods. .- Idge of the county of Westchester, notice
Hatllers atid Dcuals will .id aIl ample ock of! is herey given for tihe ci editors o 'liasha Carpti-
Sattin- Wool. t', Alalitronieck, in sald cOiuiiy, anl insolent
t '0, dJAMES ROBERTSON. eb debtor, to appear before the said Judge, at tht;
M ttOBL SO hout oluf Gideon flevnflMld-, it tfedlord, il fSaid cou)i-
Just received, a hiandsomue assortment of full ti o the second of J ly next, at tello'clock i
and mix balwd WOOL, in fletece of this year's the fitenoon of thtt ada, to lshow cause, if anil they
shearing, aud alsoconuln) \Vool. VWool of eve- have, why alln assignment of the -aid ioitvent s
ry description pu chased at cash or credit value, eitatc should not be made, flbr the benefit oiifal hi,
and buyers in small quautities supplyed by retail, creditors, and fithat the persot i the said insolvent
ALSO fOR. SAILE, Ti.htV be li)or ever tlhircaier exeiipted frol m all arre, t
IHand Shears, Nt-its Foat Clotis, C(tassittrls tneid Satuttc/s. tracts nbe r t-eme if ue I-- i. a abh,- iic-
june 12-Clt-fwu wards, ant d also. if in prison, trai ils ilot t-
'\ '" i n ni[ o T-i/^-i'-ii ^ i, -' 1-,.i' l" to at l *"l the lu'-i.i.^aiult of thi
.N V AR AA FALLS HOTEL, i. ri .i,. if tiultdAn acr tabilfuit i..
7SPI'/'/t Ci.AD" 'l f pri 'soluunnt for debt in certain casats."-l Ited t et
'F If E subscriber tnspectfully infbrms the Pub- |rt' "ay oL' ; ,, 3 py.-v..,,,,.
1- lic, that he continues to keep the HOTEL ELIy4 clt&]aw\ C A E T tR,
ait ithe F-\.st. ; he lihas procured tIhe best assort- J 4 .- I omun.
nint of LituoRs, Wia-Es, A-c. which tle imar- mn ') \ order of the ihonoi;tblt Williami Jay, first
l i tat Montreal all'f :,. Hlis Tabeit- will always i Judge in amid lr i county tof WVst Chester,
be well fui, wished ; attentive servunts always at uotice ishere '*icOedinrsot/,n-/i (tGor,.:e
coninand-uno paint s will be spared to remtur lhe (Gotlhi -r-r, .*- *** ork.ntow of edlbind.i tle
situations of hlis gueSis agreeaible. He intedls county otf Weft tChester, t], insolvent debiri, 1i it -
thaliit his charge slhaill be lower, than at iany other pear "utfbtre thi aid Judgre. at the foue- of (idet.u
IHouse on the Froi ter. A C(aitr countaliaing the k Un-btstu,, in 'l'l. rt ,"of ful, orh ly the Uo-unty of
price o"f every article, which he can furnish, will t ',o Cesthr imnle scund tltday of uy tnex\t. :atil in
ift-c of re1, idl- h-, us tlt lie t i f w f t' ock 11 tri -f-r-ci-tton of thai da to sun c;.e. if
he plictced i the fi,:lng ioomos, foir te iensuec- ianythes have, why n asit u itnt- of dhe -.d inu -
lion oi l I h customers.' se-nt's -strite shtouhlul tie te inade for dihe 'it A'lit oi. a!l
He has iformuied a conutexion with the LINE o i hlis creditors, iund that the person of tise .id insu-
ST \G .ES frutom Albtany io iufalo; also with tile vlntt 'ay be i fore.r tleerealtcr e.tuFlmt i .. I 'ii If ;
l.i. onth l idg. Raide : so tliat pas ssngers i a-r ot S orn i ctrisonen- irturoiy ti ;iin oi ; nydeit
i]llntr L U, arriving at luitilu or Lewistut will ordlt-li du hi t i e itu e of m king su siic.gitnnt,
.ba.ys fi.nd B promp. t conveyance to the uFalls, or contracted iorbCelore that tite, ti-ouiti payable ait-
it. ,u I ns ui, t itewart. rd, u t so, l intt so :t, rolst s ittu r: ...
bIt veh ol \\ ae'rlo Otr QtLeiostoWll a c arr i age i, .t : to ai .ti t of tlh.e t : tue 'of t,
br' g i "n "ri t at "flnlk in cut svt : o t ork, entttid, An art ti, ,ani !.-. in.
p issnges is wisI to cross to ihe f ritis l shore, prisonunnlt or ,iebt it ceftaii ca.es."-;' Iteu d ut t.
to the Ferry at Bllck -Rock; the p ri, from Wa- nuith day of Aprr, 't J. apI '.;;-.'i!\- i.u*
tli'louto, peiosite -iack I-it-k, tutle Fn bfing .---g.-'.s-' "_ -
ionlyouttr Dollar ; ion llie ttiva lofp il .ssongrs ai PLhiLl fIiHl,) BY -FRANCIS lHAilL. I f..
Lua is ton, by crissiug the. ,_ ,,,- tilo Qutuleeusuiot, ATt


at Mu. Vy iit's, COOrriSig are it readineiss to NO. I ,ViA[..-S'I'RhCET,iP
ontvey tliei Lu 'tFort Lieouge, the F.ialds Of l SEtCOND DO) ittlUt AOV.I 5'5"Atl.-S''fi .51k
Ftort Ele. FIVE DOl,/..LiiR 'E i .lE\\!1,
Ie has made great improvements at thli- Stasi I'AYAUi t. I-N AVA i t:
leading below tie Fails ;-a PLiASURE BOAT is I U''l The Co.+MrBIftCAI, Am ut l IRElt is p.ul,
kept h convey parties whovisit the Fhall, to thIe lishedi dai!y at the Olice Of tlhe StriTATO--,-
Ateric an shore teo of expense, price '10 per anniii.
jati&K.1 iTClto Vt.1. FORSYTI. a -