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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
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Language: English
Publisher: J. Mills
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: October 2, 1821
Publication Date: 1804-1867
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Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
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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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VOL XXIV. ,_ ..DAY, OCTOBER. ?. 1821. NO, 60 WALL- ST., r
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__ ..-- K L-u i AuAustria has stili a ,'taugbhcr unma':ricdl as s well as time. ULjwards ni 0e'a hunhred children, wo leare, the iuigt-'niladrd than to the sober-minded, in en out, it would distretchise a rumcrous class (r in case ofthe breaking onut of 1. .'*, duo nou
.. RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, the King of Saxony Tihc King of Bavaria has six, are now cfficted with this disease io New-Loadon, lhs opinion military services and working on the persons who aught to vote. tice will be previously give't,
S- two of whom at least areof narr'aeable ae: The public roads should entitle persons to the elective Mr. Jay wished before' tile motion was put, to Casa decampo oifDon Petrodd lt lRosat, Jiay
lc,:iew ofthe Late Foreign .?ews.-Having alei.- two rf w hm as le alo as erigee eag r: 'The late Governor of Pensacola, Col. Callava, franchise--he begged pardon, he would call it assign the reasons whuch would induce Him to 10th, 1821. So signed, Manuel Ortega Cahle-
which has ponrod in so plentifully upon ts for the The Kingof Portugal one, who is twenty years old : Philadelphia, yesterday morning, from the South- i rabl friend from 1New-York (Mir. Fairlie)- nota'seem inconsistent with his vote on the last quin Rantirez y Sesma.
last thee weeks. The deceased of the Queen, her 1he Kg of Denmark olew~o ite~nty-eight years \ G l V s i to e f S should entitle persons to the right of suffrage.- question. He thought the persons included in Peubia surrendered to the eaitrie forces, by
old: The King of Sardinia one. eighteen years old: w r v s e r p i He begged to remind the committee, that the this clause as much entitled to vote as those who capitulatiio,on tbe 229th July. hbe garrison to
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,(,meral, an. the Kings visit to Ireland,tare the only The Grand Duke of Tuscany two who are marriage- few days,from this cny. question would be on his amendhunt-not on re- do military duty, and a discrimination would be sent to Havana.
-vnsdsrigo oie ic aelaeytas ,,. ,.ri- +;eetinsit. therefore be uniust. The iiow Vice R{ay, O'Dannjo i coatinued iti
paired in England. a able : and besides thise, there is Uhe widow of the Last evening, a small boy by the name of Eogert, M. Brinkerhoffnmved an amendment by strik- Mtesss. Burughtbs and Root here labored for Vera Cruz on the In regard to the tr v former subjects, we have dili- Infant Pierre Charles of Spain, the widow of the fell from the third story of E. White's Type Foun- hig out two," and inserting "fit-." His rea- some time to convince each other that each was up hisquartas in the Tobaco Facctory, where his
tuently read near a hundred columns, in the London i Duc de Jlcrri, and tlhe widow of Napoleon Bona- dlery, cmner of Lumber and Thames-streets. We sons lor the motion were, that many yonig men ii, an error, with respect to the clause, wife, and two other members of Iris family, were
papers, those friendly and those inimical to the late parte." All these, however, with the exception of luaru this morning that he is in a fair way of re- reside with their fathers after they are twenty- Mr. Kinghbegged leave to make a single remark, ill of a violent fever.
ee, tsaso, which we neutral. And the Princess of Denmark, are Catholics; and the cover. oue years, for sume time. The qualification. as here fixed appeared to him From the whole of the intelligence the ultimate
Quecu, and ltosf also, and rcion, cw An t King must marry a Protestant. He cannot marry Mr. Briggssaid it struck lum, that the gentle- vague and indefinite--we were leaving too much Independence of Mexico seems to be more than a
wheoresultof our reading and rethectrol,, s,oaj e into the Greek Church, aud will therefore Ie exclud- FOR TnIE COBttRCIAL ADVI:RTIE,,R. "nan might i,,i.ove his motion by adding a provi- to the legislature+ probable event. '
whole, rather unfavorable to her late me A ed from the Court of Russia. The Danish Prineess, i The Anniversary Conecerntent of the Col,-ge so. so long as they reside with their fathers. Mr. E. Williams then went into a fullexpla- We learn, that ise news of the Armistice for
strong attempt was made by her friend t n, some of .r from thue Cee amendment unne- nation of the provisi ovions of the present eoostl- Ahree morts, and giving the Petiiots f*.e acce,
tie accouuts published, to represent her as adying then, only remainss to his Majesty ; and she once re. of New-Jersey, wastelebrated at Prinuceto, on the ces.ary, as another (tualiiication, that of work- tution regulating votes for thti assembly, and o all the towns, was received at Havana, by a
heroine-but they only succeeded in lnamg her a fused thle hand of the Duke of Clarcnce, the KFmg's S2Gth instant, when lthe ibllowing young gehillemnm, ing on thl highway would supersede such a pro- showed that a large class of votes would be Spanish Corvette from Vera Cruz, on the 1sth
heroine of oe j Sit en n f t e brother. alumni oftIhe Colleges were adndtted to Ihe degree vihm. disfranchised if this clause were stricken out.- instant, tine day before the Orestes sailed from
heroine of romance She evinced none ol that cour- In France even- thingwas tranquil, and ifwecan of Bachelor of Arls, viz.: Mr. Root explained the reasons which indlced It wnuhl !,fect a large portion of his constit- Ihence. This is certainly i poruint, as it is
age which we aretobelieve arises fromconscious in- judge lon the general silence, there was nothing Alexander Aikman, +-,m-,,ro A Barnirs. Willitmt hhit to adopt tie t ,**a" between lhe age of uents; and he would give his vote for retain- likely to have results simiiat to those which fol-
hieence and Christian resignation. The death-bed vi iy s of h M Bay rd W u p W .i l .... "* i-wo."' ing it. lowed the Arnistice, of the same nttures, in the
decito \ye ,1ed ssat g m y ,' hea wMrlh indicated any speiedy disturbance of the n~t- '". Baiyard, nilliam i ..... vV\m. 1>. (Jh'nrr,.. n ,it'i,,hov ir*
description was lheericss and gloomy. \e h rights 1:. Cutler, James 1. S. Donnell, David lEvans ...used the provision for ad- Mr. Van Buren intimated that the gentleman Columoian Republic.;
thingig of the Clerg;y Ieiilg called in to het ber t"nal r'epI se The p'ro"e' f the bl tv for c1 -ll J],n1 l; ["a:uining. riichalird S. Iied ". )o.! ;-t 't :i W .*'" h'ir soni .if l,'irmers to voien s'nce tiLe frnoi Coluebid w was not so muiteh interested in the -
hst tuoments with the :onaoeation of tihe Gospel-- ''t","n tn'inhe eeso'orshlip on I',,; mnu.spaperse em other lhy, ,\indre:. C. Uray, iobel 1 P. A. liei.kell, e'.t"r : i~.i._,e ., .n operate uu equally, as in the case amendment as himself-since that gentleman, HEALTH OFFICE,
dee the tu wlr f h soul, atd i a- ]eriodical publications, has been adpedl by the *S. Ilen:.y, Ephraiim S. Hopping, David Jenkms, of orp-atlus. (Mr.W illiams) had expressed a belief a few days "arn "Au'r-iioittsSeDi. 28.
",reel Repor ofur interment l hethead h lcity of, ,TomsL oe Wlim .Beh.UviOfa ramhirmor mto, a he u, n go ht ehafleaymdtecos.uto lJ S
l'reiectatcuer s of Roigi s>aerch Chamber of etes The Ultras .ad Li- TRte, William 1. xaclea, .alts Ni hl, Thomas lost. worse, mnd hwp robably would tuthreghret to see us vit :eapt ) 9.-Btoy f" v r, 4 a nt unnt,'.
hae beo f l h th st s ad needf beraux vuted against it, and it was only carried by a A. Oc","! Re't.'"lopher S. Patterson Wnm. liamsey Mr ed r the ove to1 rk ont ths viz :-Total 19.-Bshooif fever, 4; hnangnant,t t 2.
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have beeni forgotten mn the most solemnu and needliul seal maoiy The ecus for,- co,,,iing,, these. ,J,;b,; i .. ...1,:1 w; \Vm atls Joh;;n ;D '. HWcnod,,ver then moved to strike out the goso faras to have all the amendmentsrejected by Rosalie Calamoine, and a. boy 10 years hid, son
a-moment. o rte Wa. S H.ss,.W m. H acnley, Win h r iu.dder d Mo r-"i a>d the sons of such ,iitiens being be- the people, of Mr. Fits Kihg.
For the last eighteen morts the Queen has been suficieont uponlighe p topbe, el, lhat then people atleno ses Searle. Wm. Seymour, GeorAc. .'uith, Al- tween the age of twenty-one and twenty-two Mr. Young remarked, that the very men whom -
the. sole rallying point of the Radicals. The poor suff"cien'y onl'hlcned to le capable at enj'ingtne f,.d A Sowers. James H. Stuart, John W. S. Wa. "years." we now propose todisfranchise voted for the mem- From lhe National [atellgecer.
r s er s t rrd benefits of afree &vess! Tits because they are un- ger, John W. Wad, Robert L. Weakley, Henry 'P. -Mr. Spuce-r made a few remarks in support of bers of the convention ; and would they vore for a General DoS FRANCISCO Dioxnso Viv-s, Envoy
iasinr e lssein.-!hde Mini e gati ll or the rieers withhold all access to informa T. V ilson, Elisha T. uou mnig, the mution, and thought the provision unneces- constitution which excluded them from tie right of xtiaordtiary and Mit S ter Plef esotentiary from
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S tio. .,. powet," says an able writer, is Th e oilowiug gntleomu, atumni ol the College, "ry suffrage.otaeiteb ene of
the shock which they experienced i consequence of aders t unistuctilcdnf You are wretchedly Ci al.s' "Onge Lambert Sytloff, Jlb, R. Brown, tion was pu t tth ca s cn1 "id notfollow that these persons iould be exclud- permission ofhis sovereign to return home.n
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the general peace. Many fruitful sources of comn- e, eig unsrcd of ir D. Polw e irs. WVie Pieros abert Pirson Mr. Tallmhadge called up the sub-divisions of ed, if the clause was stricken out. He intended to Don HIAmo De RIVassy SAL.Ox, secretary to
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plaint were he "hri parially disappearingand the ignorant, and s1conseently incapable of judging, it George M. Strond,.Ioseph M-llvaine. Mr. Root's amendment, which he had moved offer an amendment in another shiple,; which the legation, remainsascharged'affaires;
ne_ _s t hroef who"excaims, a you must be kept in ignorance ag: t r :1 ....t pntleen wr auitd ,1a e Lns, when iu committee of the whole on this subject would include there .
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Queen was the instnmeate fein nstS i nsou may ot have it an your power to ,,c,,,e capae- a, : hmomoecoometn some days ince. Mr veag n spoke against the clause. If it pas- Extractof a ltler lo the Editors of the Norfolk
the opposition, denominated Radicals, from total bleof judging." The death of Napoleon has caus- 'o Ir. oot was opposed to acting on the amend- sedcall the precedingqualificatious were unneses- Herald, deled
insignficanee, if not dissolution. For many moths, Ke o Lenox, A. M. of, Columbia Collegei meet in the manner pioposed by the gentleman sary, as this was so wide as to embrace all-it MONTE. VIEO, June 9.
however, previous to her demise, her name had lost ed hut little sensatis in 1race. hed, with the Dr. James M. Sloughtoh, A. M. of the University from Dntchess. A case m tight occur where he granted universal suffrage. Bueos Ayres has been in an unsettled
its potency and at ithe coronation, she seems alike exeptio: of the military, the French people had be- of Pennsvyvania. (lMr. I.) should find it necessary to vote against Mr. Burroughs again took the floor, and re- state, owing to an expected invasion by Carera
to have been deserted by hfrie nds and foes And af- come heartily sick of hTis despotiswh long before his l'uery M. Mason, A. M. do do a part of hisown i amendment. plied to the gentleman from Columbia (Mr. il- with some Indians, and Ramirez ith troops.
1 aale Ifilal overthrow and hanis hmeint: andi we doubt i enigaAnother discussionn on a question of order took liams.) wlich had separated themselves from Artigas'
ter al the investigation we have been able to give the t e could hae created mu diicuy ha s oodwa, A.M. Yale Colly. place between Messrs. Talimadge Root, Van Mr. Williams asked the indulgence of the com- command. The government then gave the En-
subject, we are compelled to adopt the conclusion of wtlieenet lfn o Pir e rates o ycarsa o t liuwye con- w t illalm 'rtler, A. Ist. do do f linen, Spencer, Sharpe, and tihe chairman. mittee, for a moment, while he replied to the glish their choice either to take up arms, pay
the editor of the National Gazette, withbes respect to T The honorary degree of A. M. was conferred on Mr. Sharpe said we had now arrived at a state honorable gentleman from Genesee (Mr. Bur- f60,000. or leave the ne ty, which last they were
thei-wroul pictures of tai e agonies, w there over- eiatory poll iy of Louis has tehded greatly to o n>. W. Blauvet, an ahamtius Queen'sCollege. of things which he had anticipated, when this roughs,) and the honorable gentleman from Ot- on the point of doing, but came to some adjust-
le 1 ith er ely aricfor her animals throuell- strengthen his throne, n >by calling them to his coun- *The hoorary degree of A. B, was confrred on amendment or substitute was received ill its pre- sego, (Mr. Van Buren.) He utterly disclaimed ment of the matter. Since then Ramirhez andti
ehng, despairing gri so h i were ant l. a 1 An cils, hie has made it the interest alike of the Cormpar- Charles A. Alexander, and Joihn Van Meter. sent ilrape. tlie motives which had been imputed to himn ; the Governor of Same Fe Lopez, came to an
ont tle nation, together wnh lo and i y Hoi tist and the friendsof the a:ca regime to sustain Tr," degree of Doctor of Diiity, an t'onfrr'red M,'. Jly for the sake of relieving the emnbar- and believed he was as much interested in the engagement, ill which the former was driven
aldeman Wood, tc. re believe, a t it was the of government. 0 sst tTe commitre, moved to strike out amendhnents, and in having a constitution sub back with about 300 men left. TheBuenosAy-
oljct o. the Gaze e s which had been devoted to the Litle, if any thin is said in the late papergfs of tae o 1 r. G' E lasgow, in Scotland the words, or being armed und equipped ac-t emitted, which the people would approve, as the reans had sent out some forces to meet him be-
oben'scause, 10 strikea parting blow,'worthyof itl, t s n the Rev. A .zi Armstrong, of New-.inrsey. corning to law, shall have performed within lhe gentleman who had thrown out unfounded in- fore, and, it is said, had some skirmishing, but

their antecedent efforts ani that the most theatri- arsof S'a'h ;at as" uo news" is generally i con- The tlegree of Docior of Laws, was conlrred on year, military duty in the militia of this state.." sinuations. It did not follow because he was in there isno doubt of his being defeated by the gov
tlaudenefor ts; anc that the Len given to e- shdered good news," we may infer that the "olitlcal Jared lugersatl Estl. of Philadelphia, Mr. Du"r nmved to strike out a still larger por- the minority yesterday, that therefore he wished ernor.
ead tthl 'as et b gie, l t lementsof hatcountry are become g more calh, tion of lrmu inamondhenAl, ilcluing the above to defeat the amendments. The gentleman from Ramirez has been considered favoalable t
very transactionu for lthe purpose of leaving a lfiual l that the people are in the enjoymentof peace, KRilored for tile C'onunrcial "iedronl:isc. ""oii,' ad an i othlier clause; and hoped the gon- Otsego had been in lhe minority once or twice ; the designs ofethe Portuguese; and just at the
impression upon the public mind, hostile to the gov- and confideuce in the new government. Merino,tti STATE CONVI'NTION tl1ena ham Vestchester would withdraw his but no one impeached his motives for his conduct tie he was expected to have had Bluens Ayr'es
emient." Of her character and deeds we say no- last who attempted to disturb the Constitutional sys motion with that view-Mr. Jay did not assent, since. He presumed when lie tounrd leisure to at his mrcy, '.t 6 frigates reached here from Rio
thine. In regard tothe former, t impartial pen of r ver thi stri, ,and i o e Tuou:day, Sepil. 5.I Mr. E. Wi)li:ms said it had ben s previously examine this question more minutely, he would Janeiro with tie ostensible object of taking
tl e future historian will do her justi e, and asto the s s coun ry, ant ae re- Prayier hy the Rev,. Mr. Mayor. Mi-utes ofyes- moved to thlde the amindm t. Thn t motion agree with him. troops from this place to Rio, where there had
latter, whether good or i ad, they arse known to her nge iu Franceto 1 ttreay eand anppo ;ppeared lo hsm to be in older, and he wished it Mr. sell was against striking out. It would been some bloodshed about constitutional mat-
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.aker, before whose bar s1e has been suddenly a1 -etnwi -m irr COn motion of Mr. San.brd the lventio re- vanls h'st be Ltke. disfrachis many wlo ought to vote. He recol- ters. The king had sailed for Europe, and ac-
rpl,4o tloe wte ea suflno e, cloe l lasg oand.- lThee lts been another nomi y-. sohlvd isf into a co .iittlee of the n hole on til. dere another discussion on the question of or- licted a revolutlionary soldier in his town, who counts have reached us that a revolution has
nexpecenly summoned. finished b.li siess of yesterday -Mr -,h Wil- V i-der ws ihad. in hich Mor. Pr-sident, and Messrs. was at the storming of Stoney Point, and would been effected at Rio Grande.
The King appears determined to render himself only qtuickpassagentQuebee, from England, the ]iaisin tre chair. Talhnadge, Root, and Specner took part, whun not bave a vote, if this motion prevailed. '" The present Governor of Buenos Ayres,
popular; and we think, whatever may have been ship Perseverance, having arrived there in 27 days Mr. Van l;n'ea occupied thle floor mre thalln the ,.,tion fur dividing t, luoposituiln -,'s puti Mr. Burroughs rose amidst vllies of cries for Rodrigues, is very energetic an:T severe in in.u-
his private chaaracter, thathe wiil succeed. George from Fahntouth. Thli papers, however, brought by an, hour in "xpresinh; hit s. himu lvts against thellm I"n1t, "1e en't""''**'-*" .-A, ,ie con, eoi.,;...,u o2" ,isa re-. Whi' :g m,;, .wa:- ;t va-s. He ins caused many to oue
I e ": r *: ... ., i: ,:* s ,-p he '.1;n ch t nredaud th:.; ,:,coviytu e.s, .. ut > l',el r iai u s LI. S i;l, Aug. u tunitmn.tit il:retd ly ;v it. Speiier, ntr. Sheaulon hen sccoinded thc motion of M1r. marks, lhe indulged in some language, for which shot. Pueyredon is said to have gone there
hr on lahs laced thu they notie some items ot Continental intel- M r. Edwards follo ed in the debate, and spoke Jay to strik, out as alhwe stated. Mr. E. Williams called him to order; and the from this. The present government is stated to
tity ear, on whoe head has been pla d igence, whic we had o beere observed, at considerable length on the same ide of the Mr. V an Buen called fr the ayes and noes.: chairman decided that hre could not proceed, be on a more stable voting, than any that has
disputed crown. ereisnot a drop o the blooded' a te l question. r. Kig regretted the embarrassments in The committee then rose, reported progress, lately existed.
the Stewarts, the Tuors, or the Plantagenets, in e t Peersrgl azte oithe lh A lyin r. Vn Ness tln ruse, and spoko between vhich the omnittcei were intvolvtd. e wished and obtained leave to sit again. Adjourned. I send you the following report of Americai
living veins, that can now disturb the prescribed i eommentington the late disturbances ill Moldavia, two aud three hours, in lavour of the aiuetld- thel proceedings had take; a different course, -_ vessels---
uccession of the throne, by pretended claims to it. i ao d Wallachlia, says, The Greeks do not wish for mient. Jnd that ite report of the committee had been From the ]alltiore Federal Gasctle of Wrednesday. t this portl--Ship Henry, of Philadelphia,
Tour last avices, as our readers are already in- loreigu interference; they even dread it, and rely After afew remarks fr'omMr.Young, tlSeques- alnded in the ordinary way. He spoke for JtnexicO.-Suspensir ofl Hostiliies.-We yes- captP alesoi, co ,; a- bot Dove, e
ormued, and during the sickness and faneral of his upon their ownt eyorts." Notwithstanding this, it is er r. S e Iilat nt was tJo e by s)letne agnst tl Ralisat on tned tarday announced; that a armistice for three b res-The ship Balloon, Smith,
wife, his majesty was amusmgg himself and diverting stated in the Paris papers, thatRutssa was prosecut- ofslos: a n die sI t ,g te is,,g tmt ,,en.eI p,,nciple, or rue. He tho' lonts ad bee entered into by the patriot and (her former capt. Stiles, dead.o)
stito su o ltl)p o l ,is h ttl.p o l r o i'l'11 Iov s s ? g. ,S I "'t "Ie.lil tho. rNya.troo s iu edieo --\Ve find, bowe"rgo





















hris subjects by a journey through England, Wales mg its military preparations with una.ating vioer, NOi(e.;S-Messrs. Baker, arlow, H.-lkwith, ctIt. should he m(if e the basis of such a rule. tatt0ile trvnerslation ofn th ote fu ish-
audIrelald. Ouraccounts lefthi at Dublin. isc and lhat, even the troops on the frofiiers of Persia, Birdseyt, ovmnanp, lteeesny Briggs, Lirinickerhof, Ur. lhirroughs supported the amendment of ed by the Havana t oticiose Mereurielofthe 8th Texras Bounds, &c.-The Louisiana; Adverti-
tile second Protestant Sovereign who has ever visited had received orders to march, and were. oon expect- Brooks, Buel, Burroughs, Carpenter, Carver, l. oolailnd tltotught it preferable to the ori- of September, forwardedl to the Gazette by our ser of Augost a5, has some unpleasant particu-
Iryand. William Il. appeared in that outry as ed at St Petersburgh. These vast preparations Case, Chnld, D. Clarke, Ro Clark., Clyde, Col- giHal sectioe in ther report. attentive correspondent, that on the 17th of Ju- lars of the death of col Santiago Mordellav, who
warrior, a conueror, and chastiser. But the seemed to indicate some might, project; yet it was lis, Crmr, Day, Doge, Dubois, nr, Dyk- in tl as a in avor of rtaining the clause ly a suspension of hostilities between the royal 1 been arrested and confined by order ofgere-
o m Eawood, ds, ire, enn n s t now s,, ..ood. Wttil rr npat n Vr C ta cf t t b ral Long. He contmued in arrest for nearly
present King appears in a diftirent capacity; and the pinion of many well imrmed persons, that hus- Fo, llo Ho non, iowe, Clunp lryde rence to the etempan fom Queens, te ac- o: e ruzi ,_l t u -eal rs nr two mtntths when he addressed a note to Geno
a!l classes, high and low, of whatever rank, station, sa oul .I! not goto war. y at l.st.. ,rl, King, Knowles, Lsnsing, kwilgedimsell unlltoseetr e proprietyof je,.ionoftie general in chiefof the Independents stating that it was his intention to walk
ur religion, appear to have bee striving who. should Private letters fromL Constantinople, and other ac La.wr'e l. :, A. Lvinsto, P. R. Living- te ru, w"I i been proposed. He asked if it taken place and that no period for is t asso a confinement was prejudicial t
give him the most welcome reception. His journey counts rtohe 12th July, say, that the dispersion of ston, M'Call, Mi!ltkin, Moore, .Uuma, Jelson, dil nt r require as tmuchcaacit to do military du- continuance or termination is stated in the arti- his health ; he did so, and on returning, whhe
seemsto have been theharbingerofconciliation. A the insurgents in Wallaia, and Moldavia, ad P P lding, Pike, ier, Porr, Prsident, ty, stopya tax. c.-In fact, all seems to depend on the will of Po rter ,ear the door of his quarters, he was fired upon
plant ver tereoln prurilydispparigatriotet' leader, al ._asor&tA. Srter oseh or'the. r. oo'suce will whch eyadaoveooferanfmedmen.i anthrospe wichtilwlgatonrdminuaschaged'pie-e5






















}otter from Dublin says-"in the coure of three calmed the popu.ar effervescence that had pre- prioe v ll, I."d< li ets e, K ser dowu vt bs olutne--he u did su t meantis to sugges patriot leader, as the terms ofsthe truce will ieo so v e d L ab wout tre dayso pla-
weeks--of three short weeks, greater strides have vailed in thatcapital, hiclh was nowi as tra;:,u4il as sell, Sae, -,. Sac f i, R. Saniiord, .chenew -c:;l, "al priei.le, w armistice tor tlree months may, no doubt hi consetluenee of such eoindut< all the 1,ree
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been taken to alay faction-to remove prejudices- before the su tion. Saan, S y, Sharpe, Sldon, R. Sith, i so recapitulated the principles eeave followed as a conseuece of this suspe aF Bolivar had abaded thir eaer ex
to diminish feuds--to decrease the ll blood genera-' ttellience from Odessa, to the 20ith July, contra- Stakvweather, Stele, D. Sutherland, I. Suth- whIch governed th- conuitte, of whicl he was a sion of arms at Vera Cruz but the journal we cept "six officers antd as many men." Th*is ac-
ted by la collision of opposite sentiments; in short, dictstheaccouttoftle communica lon between that erland, Swifl, T'alhadge, Taylor, Ten Eyck, member, in making this report, lie spoke against have quoted makes no mention of such an event, couot has produced a contradiction and a eo.
tu couciliate, and to unite, in the bands of one place and Constantinople,having been interr.pted; Townley, Townseir, Tripp, *'uttle, Van Bu- tlhe rule, which had been proposed by tio e gentle- -It isso reported by the Orestes, and as she did troversy in tlie subsequent papers. Long's friends
lnterestand one Loyalty, t an all the exenions of aJdstates that the Russan (Co ie with the nal re V an l ee1t, V.r .y k, W ard., A Vebster, natn fo uteema e ; i stbyte r g thet li te not sal from h Iavana till the 1 thb, it is possible ridt eu" thepnP o Aust' sr Kloya CJ olne y,
,,, i ,. E. \\'el)-ter, v~ed\ .\i. bea.en, vhe rhue lere prin, d wetdd."1 a "*pply inl any c~ase, it would be in tha suchi hntelliipnep aright hiave bpte received and iris adversaries tdtny bier credit for patrhii!-
good and wise men have been able to accomplish despatches to the Porte. I:ad ,tt then arrive at h.s v1,,.,ward, Wooster, Yates, Young--00). that l" the blacks, ", favor of whom that gentle- bete th J8th aettd e day of her sailiug, ism, and brand his enterprise as, a most lawh'ss
in thirty years. No King, that ever reigned, has place ofdestinathon. Tle condtttns prescr:,ed h" AYES--V'essrs. Hacon, i'ish, iti s, s Hunter, man had voted. It will be observed that the Patriot General and rapacious adventure.--'sit/ing-.an City
rendered snch a device as this to Ireland." The Alexanler, are ncwsai o be there evacmuatIionh of tle H trigton, Ja.Sy, Jshons, Platibl.ofileU.Di,.r,Rose, lor. King said tlAat gentlemen were imputing [turbede, is called first Chief o.f the Imherial nGa.
King con:ephlates visiting Edinburgh and Hanover provinces of Wallachia, and Moldavia, by the anders, I. Smith, Spencer, y ,, to hitm .eetiments, which he had not expressed. rmy. .
this season. Turkish troops, eavinggarrisons as before, ou thle l-iohe, Vat, Ness, Van Vechte,.. I ...... ...,. Mr. Young b believed tills committee, of which sUsPINSIOl OFvAttd. LExINGTO?'o, Ken. Sept. 11.
*i t isconfidently asserted, that the Calholic Bill is Danub e, and the free passage to the Dardanelles, V t s- 1 t e oe tohe i we., ,os asa e ewr, odt hesnul et c o t ea g m uch la t er T ruce concluded between Don M an ,,el O te- w iin t ren .-am-ne bu ldamie o to urt e :
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again lto be ibrouht iorward with modifications sa- alnd a sty to thl. Greeks. and obtained leave to sit Wagain. ARdjournd. nature deliberation, they had come to a conclu- ga Caldoron, captain of the regiment of infantry hit river, near Prince's Ferry, dreadfully man-
t sf.actory to all, ai a:icasure ofi,,ts,:tr.s, and tlat t is again stated, in private letters of a late date ,.dneusda y, .ptember 27 sign, that all who sustain public burdens, either ofEstreinadura and Don C.ment Delgadot cap- led and bruised, three of them being stabbed i.-
tht Cathlic Clerg,, are to be oedowed. This is not from the frontier ofTurkey, that the Grand "eignior Prayer by the lrev. Ilr. Davis. Minutes of by utoney or personal services stoulld be entitled tain of artillery, named by the most excellent sir the breast, antd the skull of each severed with a
likely; fo.r i has all along been stated that the had r,.jected. the ,dlintum of Rusia, and had yestLcrlav read an0 approved I t vote e S e dSe frsi t ine tal e on tlhe Cua lii- fo r a n mal td le rll Don C a axe. Theliends who committed the diabolical
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Kieg.wa. f'vor;,.); disposed towaries theil Ct.holics l o given rdehs tt prepare lr hostihties.r convention re h lu c D mi Y act pt scr t ee y
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ad the blhw.vin; anecdote shews that he is no, d- ,hiryy Frenh officers had saile.d fr,,m Marseilles ld ite tho at emnittee ot th whoe) nny eytc
pose I to l.om, vith an unfavorabl ee tupton ithe dis- with arms to aid the Greeks, whose cause in tle C1,im t, ch,\. I T D-.n J aem, was sions of the Imperial ariy, wlo agree to the yold ofthe river, asithey supposed, a never lo rise a-
....,Vtoia siu'texch ,atr. dJo n ailThee ir.. uesortiu u he s'sakeo rl evigtihre nt w as d s ei ev ted Iperw sits arnyu \ho agree othe:1 lbl oflehengag emer, ia whiht h ey up oserneer w ts rivena


























. senters. _P. .:n.; >t,i i,.e,of Malagascar,casne late- Morea appears to be in a flouris;ing state. The l r. [,cggs sahd i( had been proposed t\, divid then takell by ayes atnl noes, and decided In the lowing conditions : gain ;" but the weather b.ing very warm, they
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ly'tuo n?-t. He lebeheldl wivth wonler the happy iing of Prussia had permitted the publication in his the amendinrnt into t.vo distinct part, ant1 h1 e "'tn' -.iv'e s l' al'dts, c t am re sllbe a suspension og i ostihitiee s ba were soon swollen to such a degree a to rise aint
ae roias f .t ,S e & o f i. ,gh te o u s ,e s s in it s r is itg eo n d o i n niooso f e v eiy t h i f a vlra b le t o th e G r e e k st w is h e d t h a t i t a ig h t n o w t o d o i r i h r h o rbtei. ah la e ( ip e da, ci-itr e I t s tt h p elswu tdp the ,re e. T L oea t nse th e woutsat a ch e to r t he s t o m !e detitb e
loi e o.on b.Ut igate l la w i, ant, he longed to visit a Liomle and their Papal States are to be occupied by M r. Dn er ofil ere. d an amendment, t which had v r. <:as.e,<:ll id, l. d ark, R Clarke, Clyde, Collius, limits between then shall be 100 yards from ie otheis a t, i ti he wer ds, h odoel d sekirm l song I
C..risti t country A. tie. lare Anniversary of the Austrian troops, in consequence of the spirit of dis- for its object to exclude all persons fon the right ll ra1 er, ily. Dodge, Dyltkman, Fleanton, Ferris,.'ish fortifications, icld.,ding those of the body of the is, nedioothesy whre isbeinefa ted btrely tea e.
l.o u .i s un .ry 5 0,,,. h. .v s ,,re ence exc cited u n sa tsfac tion co atin u ing u n su bd u ed in Ita ly It ,. of n r e ety, yp t su ch a s p ay et x s ea l o r Frost, I h nlt ,l te I h pllosecn t-he, H u m ,,l ace th a t a re lmc re a d v ua ced th l o th e" b ee ne ohe m
+ puernin~na estiate. *Ir. D. sfpeke nearly ;nn ]touti in phrey, I Itmil, ltutte. Ii .,, ... I.,. ~l U\V&no les, l~et v l- ) T hebeiegingr htmons shanil keep tpnh;l'r it', u *i R / 1 v D.
te n; ,ntee. e ,t. Af orns n at,,r. edr to in, Utl th; ., tri:en dls he valued so amuch GENTLEitus--Among the TJ-eiely deposited in ne season to e_,fpress his l'eal'ty ce te e.i e i" the orte, Prshl t o, r i Ou. itnpelly Rad l er 'e u n oderstood that lyhe ard 10tot to advance dearer ell, r. James i:dds, to Mi. M. ry O ..
w, e a ,, ,l remb ,lers of tiet shrbh of England ai t of the olums which grace he grand avenue of ti e cl cs eaon to yes rdiay, an bolshinu y the dis nctiod i ,Sands, ok .l Root, tl.o lrrugh eoss, 'use;nell; to tg city. oi t l a.t vh!u ;ni ba the o ev.de, re. o. .i .l, it-
wvshed to be inrlOrmeJ on a subject so important to i 'ark, a rtire pllop i L a 'e waysI, :Itween sonatoral rnl assembly voters; anc S Sanders, N. Salford, i. o!,nurd, Sce:. 3d. evey forificatin to remain in its actl ohn Dunham, toi ebe W tek, ats a t sy
Ih;,,, fro,., .Je i..,i,,. a,,--;oritv. Ho waite,! on hi, T,' letyYr nal, it in ig ^ acouto ,.1lso. tol rpl to tlhe gentleman from Columbi-,, .ea anS,;e<,y, Sharpo,.SRh ldu l adi tI,!;tyilh state at tI. siageigof this trtuce Do C,,odeD ED
If.,fin... th .h:h'st a toiy lie wate ou his The J ,"uw. Io c Jou/c nal. containing an account of (Mr. W.illiams.) Starktveathe. Stce'.e, D). ,-_:ultherlamii, Swvift, 'Filb 4ilh'(. The mst exeulleut Sir Don Ch'iaco dc Ye,- a t*nnp af.D I Iier ilnss ,'
S,.p.-J. y a t.n. ,t,;.n.lcfar aelhappy effects of the Iron Railing of the Park. A short discussion took place betwcon Messrs. ; y. 'l\lor Ten k;yk. Tow'tey, 'lwneseul, Llano a ilmine two ofitics to h rd t ;tifer- aesi Tr\'d"t he le altle.ear ilJlu-sta M!e
.l'ion ex.eth.,, in s:ulagascar, aud exptessd The Adh.te, contamingan engraving of and on ion t, ]uer, Spencer, and the chaitlat,n on 'a R' t "!o', 1e V ene with the frst ch,,f of ,', I'prhui ann, M tcehti e aei ". it ut. Henr.
inlpes- eucponthehublctmidfostiett til goof, If- p, IolalpfrriWestheser wuldwithrawhis ut o on imeachd hs lotivs fr bi coducttse li.vvs eorced thaeihi(t.uon our.rz'




























hi.< ,urr;,,se h: il ti,.l f t1.at tle ,M terms wer'e not account of the opening of the New Theatre. question f order ; and whether M r. D cor's sub- V ; i 'er ,enm.,'.stOfiar stabishe.dCleurch ofsEngland. The The EveningPost, containing Croker & Co's. Ad- truer co nsi be bred rp s terYo-;-M _-d. E of the troops, who r hrm the siegd, will gtve orders reahirester by ,;s friother oic eres.
t.hng.:Igsair--Beassured, Prince, thatthey are not dress on opening the New Theatre. M1C. Duer considered Is propolint n ,s ae t A r-F ',iSS-Me svs. 5aeon, t i D: r, Ewarusle,xtni th i aqe sei I two nflic, rurs shall p iess wi ol d aeh all saEsto-
dief tues i.ori men ; toher. may diller in smaller e amendlmevt to r.l rep ot ycthe select cM u- Fairlie, Jay. o nes Kent, ., ..,,:si t. aut .,eo ty and respect i s c tco : u v en itheymalyt niir 01u smal] r,.i ccantli e. /d ser, contaimng an account niattee. P ln R]:eia er, .r i s. -p.c.r, 1er h, uill socialc Iwo of lhc I peril anny Pcht l(,r, J I, 59 d i, Mar.i-..
in.re, ets, buh er, odery \ nputta t oint o llL is- of the death of Napole on. *A after a few rem rks from M r. Wt l'eldova, \ e t ] u t erlantia lvto 1 'e111 stero V ia wloi,:tadll. 1;. V asi nit t r. a ccimrpliasnv th irt, aint] 4:_, 4 ir.n mt (;hbaoe!ar. wi th W au oils oa t.
tuti !^,:' te;y iiist perf-ctlly and cordially agree.-- The Comme,'cial .Adeetiser, containing an ac- ehah'"rm a declled that an amendment to Mr. selaer, V"i Veenten, \Wheto, Woo,-, I oowanri, 5th. A passport sihi'l be ranted to a courier ruT-- k ah:; .:;nvar.le f oru,ot .;i speie
.-,:i pefoet :ew :.h bl. that every instance of attel count of the Coronation of George I Vth. ols proposition was in order, but rhllhat a sub- es-i that the mst exclle Sir Don r"iri:.co de L!..o ".n t; i ',n. ;-y, '-i.. v-,n, "" t*
iln l lec ar.Tla g B o.a dS~cllrU0hJr,%~ t t, t [)e e ;L lto, ift his l ell t ,i tn .prevailed '-[ ThIpr.. ...Gove nor1of Buenos Ayr" s




























t.onl,:ildiice ts, U protection,experienced hy these The Daily aldv ertiser, co training an account of staIrute as not. c upTthe follm'inf g moved to strike out, or on ,-m.ay sepA to the city o f etexico on s reh con ritL o. i '"- ( **sv e ti ;'" '; a 's" l;" .r'< *vin '
Ills i,,yoi e character,v hall be esteemedand acknowr Jt ho wever, a cou nt f a r iard moved that the committee rise an d lhe h iga,,.,A ys. s h ,l b ,,g,,t d upo' between the con tracli, r" lh' !; t He hils ct
; ,s e b y ydn a t Is hasoy se ief. 't e Ped a nd wa th e B ib le S o city oEr tw ais y e a r re p o rt, io r th e p u rp o se o f re v isin g a n d se t l, .g M r. Y oE 1uV, splk e in fa v o r o f th is c hl u s :u, a ued p ,ro trtie s ; ese r T l p ."e n g v e n m t it
t 'ir t y meiu a.- i i.s answer he res ueced an s The merican, containing an account of theCon- he rules of the house. against stra hg o t. Uth. The twh beliieent powe rs a ,ree to s lt o n\utineinita, it,. !Q.-- Arr. I :adppon anee
years. iiy i n,, t i nfsaus e lt ite aspecte and vention. After a fewi remarks from Messrs. Sheld!on alid M r. Preske : Cihed the phrasao'gy might : caom netent drtehs Lto prevent a:y division o:trooopr r ig E bai. Y. i tha >ts, l ; -in, tan ;a d tays.
tS.,ile iatenastevr mnhis o ristian tilends,ad Ti;o roVnitiscontaininganaccountofthe Sl >rpe, lhe motion wVIS put anil lost. aendOan cine to sitai;,-lAd. rii toas ls pl.c, to susrn" t'eid -- snr iyiitefl, :a:,n, v.he r o.:ei-
,: nu, onehis pas a:;t:aloe, o with ra fresi supply of death of the Queen, &cntat'anc onof Mlr. Duer then moved to reject the amendment Mr. lhoit-That i.d mt important tl. et pe,nvt-- m,,rch and cease all kind" oft hostilitit-"t s." t'.:" i ,,; Yxk' .'' .. -*-- i-'" :, o.
r. b,..t.tr; i1;. a a ae n w of the. gentleman from Dl aware. after thel riitsoln is taIkelen i t tie! ei i i f t. 7tt 'i I I ase any irre' l ir coi" iuc t "t u i" t.-. ; i '* t
e ,a i l, ll bal, le that the K inT h w ill T e ew-l-'waork duzette, containing an account of M .. R oot said that the question w would be on clause, i then tileeied tI l p r,.sual, y ( ,ia- ,|e. taldirs. st o uh .titm t b.hi; o i ," .- u e o A e o- s B al l nt m :th
W ehis subje ts h by a j o ',babey thr u h E g a J Wa lesh elog i t s i.. .. .. rilio. .161... il Z vi o oiow i'l S m" + 'l"1 "tc lt) or ro e I e +l r ya5to ps ilfAe ic V e fndohw e e il (la f rm rat.Stle ,de d.


........ ... ..... ; ........... th~~~~e l tae H orrid Cale- all wrapped pi h a el i lj rdn n ,1 tl ;cil t 6l ilv !i ~c 4
+r a........ .... ... ..... .. ... o f tdirec"
,tha;,,a >il baoeo dr late ; t ,a ai wrapped i the .azete his amendment-call it rejection, or what you cessaly. He spoke s,,me tinm in lavor l the ct acting ptti s ii ,i;o gv o y A. U .
a' .. ;ohe throne. The ladies ahof the nabilirect of this day, aund put into a painted Lead Box, ibr would, it amounted to the salne thing. h.l never clause sat,,ia,:,nu. .r,, ,'a'eie.. and .50 '-: fn. ,,. nl:./f a /
": t he th ou. The bf ladieas at the nobility, posterity, before heard of a motion for rejecting an amend- i'r. T.TInlma Ig-- wa:s in f.r'r ofstrt'ik: onlt, .o id tt. 've;y des-rter ron this ddas taken be- 1 fa i- iit ...\ --'Ites ';., e,' < ,t "
SoreGl*. ; b!e anxious to have a lady at the e ad __ ,,,nent; but as the gentleman from Orange had orconfl ,tilli ee .,hl ,,i ,,,ioa!a o.. l Oft. Jwa ,- t .eUt appo it-] lthnits, wilbeta'i" a-cr r!. ibra ,r ,,, ., :' .; ..-.i-.,; 'o!' : :
t<; th eoU,t. l.;ut,in this event, it would hedifficult The HoopingCou)gh,says the New-London Advo never hlield a seat in the legislature, his ignorance do milt'try ,'uty m,.! p qy i L rs. g a s %ei :, as tell the paet .,- s w 1 w-' of!,. i' o t.:. ih* ,i :- Ao er.c.-.
of parliamentay I C"{s %k as excuab!b'!. !0, \, \kS',.2,.
f"r U,; ofortell who he will marry. The continent cate, is very prevalent in this city, among children- of parliamentary rulhs was excusable. That Mr,. Y IIoug r. phedi ., da \! opposed t") .t litiu eay fvo 'h.r sectionon," i ;,' r ., ;.IrL', r' tU !\:,e, t
i- !-,OiLe in Princes, and there are few if any, who tvwo and three have died in a day, in one family.- gentleman was also excusable for being o better out. th. Te I ,aIr truce wi;H have all 7s 'r;. l .b "m : toe
acquainted whb l epub~lcanisol, M r. V aila l ufen su1i1tlrte!! tile uti lion fof strik- aeld Vig{ol i L.: 1,i L.rl 01,the two offiezu's com- s ss' Au +-h,.( ,:;,,t' }+.-pr .e:
,"Ildt not be ambitious of anll alliance with the royal Capt. Howard's two children wereattacked wilt this acqu it lbas been S baid that is (I.. R 's) a end ent np ore the mot for strik- T,,n vCI Wo f I U.. o-f' th Siroto .o f Ce ,,i -, o ;.:n: ; '; ) .t :.
houseof England. The Portsmouth Journal enume- distressingmalady, and one died in the evening and woulM notes uite obe.nid papt Iet of tilhecom- versal s s llt'T rage. i..o,t t ,.. l:foene wilh D (irisL ay i e, ,1 11,7
rates tie Princesses as follws :-"Tile Empo eror of he o:her the nert moruingi-bot h buried at the same rmui"ty-he suspected i: was more ob'ixos to Mr .t rioot i-, that if the aue o ,tril- of... t le UI, ; Duo A ,,'.-; t ;Id. a u U a :.. i ;c* k a : .: .













lit ti~ ng to have thLTurks as n i,-Ti; 01 Hisfir-twi a aretty little toun womar.,de' typhus character-and hLs sent miany ullfortu- McLellan, came to her assistance. Andit giv e ca0
S^^t ^Sien^'pd a^ ^ ^ ^ : ^ o ^ ^ ^ b secoeeaue windo aun~cl^v S. ^ sadV.^ n-il IN-Ing-" un )firie I I~c .0,e
j vr a etwo sevefiloresail, swippd ase, oA; w h e | larg u n- d t sowie talite thng to have %h t ile jia permlU Ol' posed, -as to ther narri~age-but )o coosequelce ate patients toan untimely grave. It is said, a c- Pleasure to state that several gentlemen o( pamd etn ti e an rearr i s~ e s ut']s, t toge tl~ e owr.-]
'l "ad p ^ter wh^ h arred-wa ou quate bo rd Alexander a neighbour. About an hundred years of ill treatment, generally, she widles to get rid cording to the last accounts still to rage w th prom e b e, a nd she veasbroui ght sw t fely into e i ar- ps r s a rd b are subect o the
std lartted our wine cask on deck,; the wind veer. ago, t1he possession of 'this line of Hti e ,dnube of him. The second wife le married i Sussex. much vehemence- aud there are even reports of bour with talerdable cargo. Weuhresorrelyo learn -ealt gnOfficer ; and 'it) cottohe dides, or skins,
i*ngtoN- NW. wore ship and set a balance mainsail;) enabled the Turks to besiege Vienna itsqif; and county, N.J- who is now living therewith her 2 o r two cases having appeared as low down as that one other of the crew is still datgerously Ill of shnal. be brought Into the city of New-York,
s-hipped another sea on tie s llayboard how wi the citly, and even the Europeaan Ccoulliei itself ; children. Tile third wife,-a pleasant looking wo- G iochland county. the same lever, and with but little hopes of his re- south of Spriig-street, oi tltle north river, an.d
to6k ofi All the light articles front tile cdecki. anrSadio teaut out it ean bi ovry Wlntrteet 'itassrv ,eMep prmt
Qt, oEfGS, ,t, 5 l -Arr brig Aleifoeort, Eve d were then saved, ai edtr difficulty, by mai, in black, acknowledged she w's married Near Salem in Botetourt county, we learn that cover, Walnut-street, (11 II cast river, except prinit-
r n s~ i e ,t 5 th th r A r o ,t he u n i te d sk ill a ndte a g ll an try o f th,. b e s t g en e lu s t J a n u a ry in L a rising b u r ,rg h, a n d b e in g t he o n e n e ig h b o rh o o d h a s b e e n t en ib ly a ffl ic te d .- hy t ie B o a rd ,! e alth b e tw te n th e fi rs t d y
fLot> L-n'lon, sailed 30th July.-7th, brigs Argo, Irdindi by.i the 130:11- Of nmPeoa1lt wsesh cn, b ie il)On ccut lit rgi ht ml onn the firstep.27 t cobr nda: >t vy fKoebe *io
r t -,v I f 1 ,. 1 t h J u l y z a rt T a lb o t. FB a tte nis r a -I ( 1 i t u d o l a is t h e r e a o y p o W e r O i a s t w is he s to c o n t in u e Nv t b h im l. O n e a c c o u n t o f it s o r g n i h tai6 Bn% w a s O.IT, r i o S e p t 2 7 o f O c to b e r a n ld t h cfi l s t cl a y o f IN o v e lo b e r fo r e -
^ **; : *";; "^ H^ -^X ;^("oS w~i~ n'^ :^ :: nis' o~ ler mongthe on~cn, ,sre- aid open by some boys breaking down tile dam, Report oIterentsin the city of Baltimrefoir ,,,, ,,,.,,,,
Coq." \ ,ha,,M'~lvayPeag, c50 days fthe Continent, whoi) iuuch an event, could save This Day of Algiers, among tile women, is re- li pnb oeby raigdw h a eoto nemnsi iect f1aioefr i.Aldto]ldo hereby give public oc(ti ee to all n

!i nl lelfa.C (;ni mhribia, I a uit fr, fom Dublin, Anusria from Russia ? This is the question as preseuLed to be a profligate fellow;, dangerous to to get at the fish ; there is another account of lth e last 24 hoei,- t e et-
i~ lh Jilv.: s'hr Pl!(.,ix, Krri gron, 21 (!a s from regards A nstria and R ussia: a moral comm unily, and .will be 14i.posed of as rain s haviuf filled up a spot of low g ountds-- Adu tsS -C hi n 5 t a Ma ',, 9 vea: ovd. plrsnn tf they contra vene Or l iolaete tiea
i.I~ lif *i, ?'1" r r ithtln rs, ,ori d for G a% ..n,r re- iAt eiegarrts P russi a- her concern in tbhe ques- the law allows in such cases.-^ ",.'(. 2dv. aud by hs evaporation leaving a -q 'a tity putrify- W in. N ice, W ashington M eades, 9 years o .por th or l hlas t
"'A % g iIl r ss,,,e on e n in tle q e v l w luv. n u provisions of tile ] aw%- as set forth hy this procla-
tarried ithv llC10 los of two aR.,hors ; brig arah, tion itwo-fold,the first as tespectsthti e gueral ag- I ing vegCtable matter exposed to tile rays of ie INTERESTIaNG : ad allngistrates officersE RiEi ininiS-
I;n r.l,,...,etcrnewil the los ol o nea ,,a.;i.ee! ofPrussialah-eady too suongai too 1 The market at Rio was le!rstoeked with every sun. In the neighbourhood Inere too the T as ttlneigbourbood thIere were about 40 of CEeOY
(,r--l0)1h, barqule oxerill'pti.Mhuleti, from Hall, gran .0 0 'S 1 "ie 1 ie t ,!o o o
tlrhlh)hl' lhi Oxn Rhard, Miametl Drmnaa, 1stInear s a neigbbor-the second, as regArds tile description of goods, when the Magnet sailed.- houses, aniong tie residents of which 20 or 30 At halfpost 12. o'clock this dcay, the Mayor, Corpo- ofao f t sa .n a e,,,aue,, ,i-
A\ 'r g. 1, a ,, 't on d 10a, 1 July ;0 ,syfew danger f h r Polish provi aees, ?rom this D oll, rs 960 rs. or 20 percent, pre. i u Flour had fallen victim s w within a short tim e. T he m ail ration bhe rf, and the board of H ea hh, &c. &o. l a, d he i, g c r or i en,, ,
1 htru aiv T. .elor, ll. .lih Aug.; harque m Ande- augmentation of the power ofi ussia iu til ir iui- very (h..l, about .5000 bbls. ailo~it, t he consump- stage was ill the habit of passing along that spot, moved from the City-Iall to tile COLUMNS now erect- any vessel arriving io this prt, ;,nd others thc
l,;',r't.aair L'ondn. ](Ith July: hrih.! Lovelv- mediate npighborhoond. Ueder present eircum- tion has decreased since the King's departure.- and so great vai tile fatality upou it tilat we tug inafront ofthePark--wheniDoctor it cih'l, de- inhabitants of this city, ;ae herhey <;joiid
f,.r y Lakr'v, iLynn. 20th .luly; hIlip MoUe la ineer, stances, tlle force of PRussia, thol gh h:.l i [It cly ex- Produce high. Coffee on board, 1' ce uts to 27 have it o u tie authority of a gr ul ei a u who w as po sed a case conta iin g Coins, M edals, Pc hrcfac aI'd reqtiste; to be ,i ,,: and assislie in the
Mvo t.i.y P li ;th 2 9 d ay s ; sh ip Eo l-us, T h om a s, ce ed in g tha t o f P r u ssia in a no u n!, is le ss c e m- A il p ro d u ce p a y s a o a d d itio n a l e x p o rt d u ty o f in th e n e ig h bo u rh o o d, tlh at th re e m a il d riv e rs h a d i te d &a &c s oa d live red to a la rge a sse mb ly o f e xehc ulr e nd e nhciln n i tol oth tI -] v ia ,a,,n6
"i~ a'I if,r i. 7 0 1 A ng M i- C lri~ l jlh er, D o V IC tion s &-c & c a n d eli e redtt atlh b a ss m b ly fo rx ea nd hi ltean dtM 1o1 leh is o[)t e lilu u ill n i _-
paVacc'trtt. 7th Ao ; -ci .C-iritopher, Doyle, p prompt and effentive-its regular stations 8 tn 10 ier Cenl. Passenger in the Magnet- losttheir lives by the distemper. initya-ith the tenor and inleiilofllisproilaiii1i~iol-
L~iwv'l-ooi. ]st Angust--l2th, hrig Penrose, Foley, oulLde ,n]Gnlmntl olwn dr's hc
!.iv.-rpool. ~ ~ )z lf n.-2h ri .nobj, Fole, are ver rmoad are istrbute tlhro' mnya Capt. Charles Rteeve, late of tile brig New-Jer- Out- own city lhas heart blessed by al Linusa aisad(etee h olwn dawnh^ ^ ^^, ,^
L.macrfOnII :i.ag.-Nuiiberof arrivals this season, distant and unconnected posts. Iu any breach sey of New-York.--P/tild,. Gaz. portion ofhealth, this year-but we cannot be was written at a very brief notice:- From nnder my hand, at S'it;.--do 0eLtljs, 72?. 3. between Russia and Prussia, Prussia, a present, too cautious ill removing a i11 sorts of nuisances.- It has become a custom,n on the erection of city of Newv-York, this 28th day of Septeal-
the nmust consolidateld power in Europe, could as- r,.om .the nationall lntelli~gencer o.f Thursday. Welbave an nousual number of musquetoes in great public works, to place within some part-of ber, A. D. 1821.
.......... sebhl within a ftifuightB an army of 120,000 7iamisactions at Pensawola,-A letter from our thisCity,aud we fear where these insects appear, ithir foundation, or superstructure, some dura- STEPHEN AI,.E_.
SATURDAY, EEPTEMBEI' 29. ien oil any part of |ierifontiers. She mightL not correspondent at Pensacola gives us an account agues and bilious fevers may be expected io their Ilie article or tEing which may convey to posteri- On motion, resolved, Tha.i li,ciienoiioa t f i le.atl;
only assemble them there, but, (which is of More of' the affair betwemi Governor Jackson and Col. train, tycertin intelligence of the people by whom shall tiect daily at 12 o'clock, till lurtherorders.
-Review of bbreign .,cvis conclutd fromn yester' iinporlance) without any difficulty might keep Callava, tie same in all essential particulars as they were placed, and fof tile events of the ttle. .NIW-YORK, Snjelhelnr -29.
da/..-In 'Porial, tle King, af.eran absence ofzel them in station there, in he, posts and garrisonls, that we have already published. One or two From the Pensacola Floridian, of Sept. 1. This is done upon the knowledge ie! possess, The Board met ,.* ,...... fi.. ,ble 10 adltjUrn-
v e ra t y ea r ,, o tu'. ;e B r aizil s. la s qs etiy re su m ed t hc fo r six o r n in e nlo n th s. O n th e oth e r hi din it e x tra c ts, h oo w ev e r, frr o m o u r co rre sp o n d e not's le t- T h rou g h th e p olite n e ss o f ca p ta in P u k c tt, e f th a t a ll th e e d ific es a n d ll'n u m e uts, r ec t ed hy n te n. O n e a seo l '. ,; s hcan t-
f t Constitutional Y- vuld take Russia nt least three months to warch tcr, will throw Smine additional lightOl o thlis mat- the schooner James Madisoon, we have received tile hand of nail, will come to al end, and cruni- ed hI- iIayv-a sou ol Dr. lie An-ieis, in Chcir3 st.
r.,. n ^,c,.,n~nt~nd>. he ons, U~on^ ys.^ \ ^ ;^^^ ^ ^ PENAcoLA, ^pt 1, 18.21.. the Vera Cruz Gazette of the 6,t, of August, iu hle to dust. Yet we th, t season shall aurriv., .*',O".t. hv' >h,, Do te tuln h s v i i a y i-L p a s im ilar aro y -a ud t le lR ussians k wouid then to!" P N: fA S e t 1, 1 2',tie V e a'lLz a et e of t e t o u'.lsiil le t d s .... ..,'t L s .l s a l r iv fe iettehrDm r jn~~
ten, ano~ lhi voltinmary navis;aliou of ti~e Atlantic. have ,o eneouuter ihe slill greater diflleilty of "hI the organization of h.w .,,,..itn,, 1,, 011n1 which there is a long and very interesting ac- wheah marble shall be dislodged or i, ,, ,,,.. i'fom Ur. 1ayley was lah. iI.-
for lliesf: li'ts sysmen, is lhe powerful evidence oif hi?<" honlesl tlioe. ] iBut this difficulty would he wholly re- is ll t" te ?ilepo, and to whomu its sitiiatio is not It was ain de during a heavy stolen ; thiey forcud pieces, shall be finally loutseued, there is; a pro- S lui sie. inl her 2n,(
*i ql e til^ > i i ; o i a l ,1 5 th i s p e o !-l e T h e P ri n c e e Ro ya l f l o v r d l yv lI he a erq i i s i t i oi0 o f l he p r o v i e ee s f ,",a e xp I ;l i ne d l T hi r r e w a s r ut Ot t e l l r iv i l o f i c e r i u a l l t h e i r w a y i n t o t h e c i l y a t s e v r l p o i n s ; i un d wer e 1 i s i o m a d e tla t s o m e l e s s pa rii sha bhlumai e r i To t ie Cimss liners qf lSenl
.... ', iis hl'i possession ofi!!e lEegeicy of tlhe labcia aflli ,nd M olrlavia,qlid still mnore so by tile pos- V\v At t lorida, tlhe Alcale, annd his powers were it) possession of several of thle principal trr'cts, al shall r nlain upen whic h p rsos of that (eulluun-- ch.d are tie s op r vrssels
I ......... ,. .. ...... .i f session (If thait rtir iit ithe ani chl stii ll i~t aluo!-t indefiuIle, or rather, under th. old order, lint "ere ai lopntth ripleScd by inhabitants ihrie iav lok wi ih antitluarian or bistorieal evu- visited ai ruaraniie c .vterda,. .nes Snclair.


zil;t7,s,; t itof ire. .J all i im T texccutive pow cr is .-. -- .. .. i ... .. ...... ........


every thini ; l;but, u der tlhe Spl illu i Coniistituitonul e, who fought front their blouses, witil lle aissisli rii-; 0os yW ouu ltf the botioinen, w;v taken very il! ye:.ierrniy,
(I' very little iuportancecomnparatively speaking. (if the smnali nutilber oftoldiers fN It11. place, i un i I could ho#pe that these columns may last as withyei h v fe ,,ver-his d,"tig1er ,ls t;ilken v,'ll i I -
T here w as no go vernm e t thl t \V0 Could ul der- hlle sea-- t S ll ll li d lo aliin s fro u the sfppirg w)e ll s t pillars of Se'.th, w hirlh are ri'iorie l to v er lhe day herl n U lli r w as buri- :;I, h er nercn lil
stand oradm minister; it all xsimledd hi the arbitra- The Porlpoise, ;is i cetioned in our lastbpap er, h still extant, though plainhtd so l l after IheP t, ra ;,I, has had tle d slrcd efi.ct. Theyboo
I ave probably eonlltacwL'the (fi liseace rOllo ilte iSa"h
ry wil! and pleasure of those who exercised it.- arrived at the Baraneas from -Havana with the flood ; or that they iniglht e indurel as long as tle so nl as Mrs. Sinclair. or florm I r.
The Geo,:lral his ninle wl i:it hle could of it." yellow fever oo bmard, buti no new case has occur- Iproni1ltories erected by tlercules for tlii lih it of u1. Irs, vory respela fully,
After the surrender of the coulatry, Col. Cal- red amnthg the clew ; and from the Measures his labounrs, Ihough tPinslgr-:ssedI with heir Plus JOSEPH BA1'-XLEY.
lava rnllaiued here, 1s 15 e Supposed, for his own adopted by the board of hiealla, there is nolt tle UlLira by the Kings of tiv- Spliiius. "fh i onou-
good pleasure, for he was niv'er cont-idered ais smallest appiiecinsiou of' its bciang iuiroduced in- l nelrts of the present day, iaclosed witlihi tliein J .;A' 'A" E ),
hohtiu Till, any oni<;ial hstt;!lo near oir governIue1 it to tllis city. willI it that case, tiavel nunditurbed dow n tihe l 0 L I"T-,,, : I evening last, 25thlh hist by the RRev.
afier that pieiod, anid if enitrtusted with a com- road nf liume, and bie lost 0 our successor,. But 1 ,Ir. ,11 .... Myr Josep ieeclh, of ILexih-iit u, [.Kv.
miussiorif-uu his owvn g verinmeotlie never mnde From thel l i e-R amfishire Putrid Qr-of Sept. 24. ,l t pi ivaation we>air- sure they will not be-, f7rCed to ^ t'^athari'lie \'allace,t daugh:terof.0lr. Tiolnllm s
it known, Sevcr:,1 papers demaodhd by i hidividu- .'inlh.ir plarticalnrs of' the TOrnladu.-A ffictl tO telLdlIl; :11i0 thei cfore 1 lfew cask3 )t or Iprir] Ol (':(]uesayt'Ieilj-( l)y l!e Rev. Mr. Motc >]t
l for1fi l the purpose of asset rting theii rights, w ere art N e w -L o adon hl as furn ished u s w ith it state- w ill be th e rew ard of [ ; wh o shall be 0 0leS Vl C '} W inil. L KObi n g. to 11s'e R e v.cc iolr. "i th '
therewrd f tmbewhoshal b jos~n `LIIII Rbinonto Nlis s-Rebecca GJould, hotok
discovered in llh poisIlsession of a person who, it ient of thetlt number of I ,,ih, deslreyed aud at title destrucLioa or overtlhrow\of those statl yel of l.iscity,
afterwards appearedwas ieuner the ordensofCal- injured inlthat town, by the whirhvind odl ,lle Ol piles. -
lIvai 'V'aliS. T person Was ordere'l to deliver ltlhe ; iilst. viz :- Coins nTnd M edals ; "la uniscripts anl, prin"in /) / /' 7>.
lie ref, sed, and shifted them into tlhe bands of j-ildi a &c. compzttey danit-lised.- w l- Sile,>ts :.ir L st ev n Davi l!is, in tlcCl year of hi a
Cafllva-h-illey were al! brought before the Gov- liig I]OTss, 1 l:irgo hotEe Iramne, 9 barns, I s:aw- liclosnire,, ,i d afford an iiniellectuil Least to sone aw.
e rn u r ( a s y o u w ill s e e li tt i el i o i d i ui .) a n d m ill I 2hi n ill, 5 s h e d s 0 ;l r il s, a n d {{,i 0 a tllil ltr i g i h, r at i h T h e y waii s peik tlite 1n Oiurl -a y l a st a, t a r v c"c lgr! i si rl u cs ,
lie committed for contempt. All tie AAmericans ers of tvood lanud blown down, and I cow killed., gtfage ol their pre lecessors iu 1the early inorn onf ()11 \edne"v a tit' talu!en slaud) "l^ he ma-
here,, and who bad 11 opportunity of w ilie Kildings. &e. ijtlrel.-- ,:|iII :: horses, 3 Seiety. It will bhe read br tioe free and iotelli- liB iiiiiil lf'vfer, l\!ir' Mar;'iha"Mi'i(oleais", aler aslh ,rtilem-
the transaction, highly approve it. Some think barns, and 3 sheds-corn and poltatoe fields, stuno g-1ut citizens, i the noon of their social exist- severe attack'. wiei he might It avo been Cu e lifiud Ill his own h tl seI wall, feiie, delstroyed aui injured ; household once ; and I foresee, that the removal of these signatlioo to the l) eivilju' ::;he was "a i, .s-
as was done in the casi ot tile. oifi;tid f i..t of "New- fuoitui., rituslied and blwu. away ; cattle, &C. slruCliiri",. tlcile'veyr that siall happen. .I will oi ,y t '*c!.ed by till \ii!o iknrw her,
Orleans- but the General W\U, lh uMake r0o iIs- injured. be to give place to others, of a grt ihler and no- At N;e i 'ler:, N.G. (,I o th; llthl inst. E Bi 13. ',od.
linction between his case and that of the man in The pryilcipral suflerers were Nathan and Jena- bler cast. late of' New-' orkr.
whose possession the papers were it the first in- than Herrick, John Davis, Josiah Davis, Anthony Consider, friends, wli. re we stand. This Ttn.- ,, .
stance found. Similar difficuhlies are said to n urgentt, Peter Sargent, and !.cvi Harvey. T'I- peof Business, as it have occurred al St. Augustine. A milder course others were, Asa Gage, Amo s Page, S. S. Knowl- of a .itLy H all, is decorated! wviih a G..nqir us .Mar- with hides a ud tal0v to ; )''i't h. M
was pursued by tile Officer iuniaodihig theite toll, Villitiol Morgan, I-'idow Brockleiha kl, E. tius, or field lor military exercises in frinn, a ld P'HILND' PlHll .\11 A ?'opt. -," --Arr Fhip *Ingriic,
for the present ; but that a different course will Daivis, William Clark, Joihn Williams, W'Villow a1.1 Acad Ie pursued I have no doubt," Hlarvey, Matthoew -aivey, J. P. Sabio and Wid- phi! in-ditittion it theicar. We are surrounded ior, &c.
'T'he following additional information ou tile ow Adaims. hy the Seminuaries of fLearuing, 11pligion, and thl Ste.pt., b(k. qe ty. ]9 -- Arrive Il. ],!ih. irig J~lyafe.
subject is from PTe'F T 'idian of the 1st. of ,ep- The tornado (says our i oforma ut) when r ons- Arls. W e have made a. good beginni g.ing. ti uc Full, 6'i' u London, !etleral cargo anid 5 setil Is
tember: sing Lake Sunapee, appeared like, a pillar 01' moreb however, is to he done. P1 "l l, B 'el, Greel .; ,l,, winoaud.set ers-
W e un derstand that, am ong the docum en ts black cloud reaching to the heavens, w hiring and T he pr e.se ntln genrr-'lion ow es m uch to itscif.- !,o ll tlte.lo)l ht ':,,s '\nn t an ,tr
(of Col. C allaiva) seized, arie ile testameetary foaming terribly, plooghiing and drawing up thr The prs,,-lit st o11 )| I). LIeMgId 'oo (Uletply iu thte oai' ;,j'];'ti at'1e sbaLati Tol 5 e iltrilo;, E ni'ic', ,,it d ,, a ira.- -
papers (covering more than a thousand piges,) walater. It was but about twenty rods ill didinle- funtire. I wi-h these eolhions may lyb, adoriined %, ilt 1, hrigs Alb;ou, Harper. Duilin, I:dlia~t : 1Ven'us,
of Vtidal, former Lieutenant Governor ofLouisi. Letr in the wwoter, while towards its tI[p it tvas half dieh busts of ihe o!is'lrius dead. ,Suc l( ecora- Antlur-onl Alherdeeu ; ruahcilMonare! hlla't, 1/\1-
aua1 oa 1 wllCI a null erof decrees In fkvor of thie a mile ; it wais Iillct with tile ruins of denmohsls- tust will he. tetesimotfiU ls (if our ., i,,. and re- 'it l. aiind 21 setsclrs; iV!of.%-, liDu ui, ll niuxdoi, l, itifral
heirs, were made, by diPerent Governors of this ed buildings, trees, &c. and moved nearly a inile spect. They will be perpetual onuinors to lIe cargo; .lane,v'Giralih. Vaterford : Prociiss, 'l'at;;art
province, within the last ten wears. Several of itMinute. It passed across tile N. W .eutd of passing p,|ple to be ,itltuo s like tllose whose ,"' lk.-17th. Pcr-.everantm, V ati oli,) P yvnu tli,
the .decrees are by Col. Callava, and as late as Sunapee Lake, and over Kearsarge mountain, a- hl ten esses are before tbem. I have comNenhelsd ong .aria, Dcubuisi a, ij t li, ie gu uda and 2
July, 1820-but none of them have been as yet bout two miles South ,:f the ilt ghust peak. the design by placing one of our most distinguish- .' ..
enforced. Tile party against wheat these decrees At tho foot of the mountain on the S. E. side ed worthies, as a specimen before you. I'ONIDA\ EVI'GY OCTOEirr1
have been entered, has been cited to shlet cause in a sort of valley, stood seveu houses, which I heI uot hrio0 lor in; iny words--remember I1.
why Ihey should not be carined into ,-xec.utioin, composed all thedwellingsin that village. They beseech you, that you aree ,ew-Yorkels. Ordti-
and the matter is now undeail he consideration of were all more or less injured, and ilhe whole pro- niary onterprizes neither hlfil you, nor the occa- Dot Jesse Callava, I,.x-Governoit of Florida. lits
the Governor ; it would, therefore, be highly im- perty Ofthe two Savarys ,ntirely swept away.-- sion. There nmigilt Lie uoinethllg achieved, wor- pulblished a defence efhis conduct in tie transactionr
proper in isU to say any thing further-Let the The names (if the pers-ins killed and wounded in thy of the citv and the age. You lhave the means, which led to his imprisonment, by order af General
law have its course.' this village, are--Samuel Savary, killed ; Eli/a- atil I caunnol'he persuaded, you will be deficient Jackson. Callava umoilains loudly ofl-tihe! iiut-
A petition is in circulation at Pensacola, for bell, his wife, very badly bruised ; Mary ,Sava- in the application. ra.es which were committed against his official cha
the establishLoaentt t f a i cBra ch ufthe B an k of tile ry, cone side r ably hurtr: Ier ic faant child kill d ILLdegn-in ph. Ta f our C o h n w ere honored w ith the rac er as Soanish. C om nisso" r" a d a ga hst his
United States. it that place. bur arms, by failing timbers ; Lamna Little, Leoi ,am.~jiim
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. ard N. ad Jess,* Savary, children, imu hurt ;on srs of Wa'e*shington, ,tdanis,. amilon and Jack- person and lionor; and states that he. hlad declined
Extract of a leJ" r,.-" Agreceably to your re- RoBbert Savary, buried hi bricks, andi muchll in- s-0- giving upthe papers called for ill the character of' a
quest I here give the width, of the Mississippi riv-i jured ; his wife Abigail, also very much bruised ; It is in contemplation, to have Lite Bcsrs of our prince individual ; that on receiving a list from Ge-
ar at several points, bIeti, ecn latitude 31 and ;,J3, tl'eir children l e, I Vi, Isaac, nold Ge 'or were v t al- four Prcsidents on tile Columns. neral Jackson, of the documents wanted, lie w oefld
(tle north boundary of Ioaoisiana,) a distance of sO much hurt ; and Charlotte and Ruth Good-. surrender them t" asCoulllSiossoner underthe TreaI%
about 200 miles by watur, ileasured by Isaac wil, ;al thill limae i. the house, were wonndrd.- PROCI'UEDINGS OF THE1 l;0,ARD 01" HEALTH. ifthey wvere. embraced it"tie sal : t ii talpp-
Briggs il 1806, w ireowas then surveyor ol United M rs. Phebe Palm er, and some others atI Mlr. PI s ;'ridu y, ;eptembcr 28.
States, lands soulh ofYeCniUssec. house, were h lit. I P T 'eR taiMinig t to my fulnctmons as dliflary Governor,~ I;,-
The width, depth, bankks and channel, of this At Peter iFlanders' il the second valley frnm His thonour STEPEN AULEN, P,'rsid;if. contends that he had a right to withhold; thlet.
river are variable, awld constantIV chartgiui, Iu the Inountain, aud abont ]- miles distant frot ae lhobs, al(d Dr. vck an, eall. ..Phy-
tilesmo ntain,.I lad a out '-'1-2amilsodista t fruit
soent places the chaitges aie slowly progressive.; the o(lher village, all tile family were hnrt, and Aldermen Wvckolf, Gelslon,Townsend, Anthony, Pnulic 11callh.-The Savaniart Board of IRalth
in others sudden and extensive. These changes two killed. M r. F. dangerously wounded ; his Biii hlnb a ,nim iS, Tl)rpe. undor date .0th Sept. report'-theeiiy veryhea thy,"
arise fi ,n tile ,depth, rapidity, and quantity ol its wife als-, hardly ; daughter l,'y, arTilt broken and t)', trics reorte ha, iltht i couforu.ity to th, di- II At Ua!timore, itW persons h'd died of lnallaicont
waters, tllow in e, or rather pr eripitated, in ttl tn b- other ise hurt; Phebe, iti her 4th year, carr ied sections of lihe oard, lit lad lfouund oat the ualnes f P
ling whirlpools, through a vast extent of deep, True, .-lightly M; rs. Colby, a widow, hurt ; and places from which tile diffeient vessels had ar- fl or tilte 2{1th, aud oue Oil the29111,i nll.
sof., alluvial soil, the sulfa te of t hiicil is covered fro a the hou se asleep oil a bet], an ti hadly hurt ; r i ved v h wllere now ying in the }a.t River, be- I.roi the :22d 10 the 2-!th yopt inelsh,', ti ere
wit!) a close, coiipaRct growth of strong cane Anna Richairdson, single woman killed ; an In- ;"een oveeet lpad been three deathsat Xorlk, but none of Ioa-
(aru ,td og 'ig a ic -). trom ;30 to 4 0 feet i u he ight, fo nt child of M '. F a udors els e kil l ; L oru H a- bel l ltedl to',ab out, lfi f en, tr ssixte en,ow f hic h y lignant e ,r.
interspersed with a growth of the largest timber, eail, a girl in the family, badly injured, h' health .I.i i-: .., ihl- ii.ii w t hiese vessels came iup,
whose nuejesiie height and dliumensions seem to At Joseph TrueL's, in Salisbury, ("lie line be- abandnitly bhews that every precautiou was used (] ,e s y era "
bear a similar proportion to the timber of other tween Salisbury and W arner passing between F. A,',', hi i. i i i .,l ....... ,1-,,. ,. te y. oaic yste ,y
places that tile M ississ'ppi bears to other rivers and T's hooses)- Mfs. True was badly hurt ; .i-l : i I ,' ,, ,, 1. ,,,, ip fiveper the tean s-ship Roberi Fulton, !or' Charleston, a ui
Wliole acres of the banks, to a considerable Caleb alnd Joseph wounded, the former slightly ; sons were taken sick oi l the night of Saturday last a, v mannali, wCre ,l(]ed2,(ui arieantr, sou and l srant,
depth, frequently tumble into tile river at difi'er- Mary, extremely bruised and burnt ; Sally, one ofwhioum Mr. flawley died oil the evening eof Judge Richardsol, Juda(?-Huiger and servant, Col.
et places, throtiAh its whole extent from tlhe much burnt and bruised ; Mrs. Jones, vary yesterday. The dise ase of whichM Athese ptrsonl -
u it ve bee\allafic~ted is not yut ascertained. A\monunest I -. W Bulouo, Col. D'ralytoit, Mr. A. ]hter>. lady
Missouri downwards. This soil and thiber are much hurt. I I
hurried alou, bV tile nnpetuous current to the W e believe that nearly llie whole property of th e a a e hieh nt ih t havLeg endered i .l r a t V i r..l Co l-et *inr s*IIa] s v 't
Sease, it IMay be 1110116010d, that tho grolind is low," Mr. Joint Niddflfelon, laldy, Isi~ter Tind strvaut..\M r.
G nlfof MAeico, where the accumulation of raud those two iluin ies was also destroyed. One or andt the cellars in general datnp. .
and timber propelled by the mometumlil ofthecur- i two other unoc0tupied .....il.'i- .. lit this nelighbonr- A report was received Iroil tile Health OlIcer, Pinkney, lady ;and seivant, Ai'ir. Arlhur Mid',,} ].;!
rent, has produced an extension of the river se- hood were damnaged, but not ntaterially. Wse giving au aco 'lc iooli, ofte slate of the Marine lospi- aId5 servant, r. I uke G.iOodli>iiale d t%,e tr' dui,'ITr,.!,
veratl miles into the ocean, some miles beyond have not heard that any other damnage was done tat ; by whichlit appeared,lthat sinee hislast,4psr- Col, M'Coruik, lessrs. J. H. WViIs,,o, G. ('hi,,o~m,
w h ich fresh w a ter o f th e rive r h a s be en tak e n ,p by th e g a le hn Ihis q ntar tcr sa v e in s av e r l tow us 1'u' h ad e .fy ell uw 1,er, 4iisi oft L c ous (; ;
a alongside of ships at sea. trees and fences blown down,. &c. and some slight Iver, and tilat *,here now re mal ined o 6 ui,.1h ed witl n, a ,n r
W i t f t e X s iii p n 1 0 a rn e f o h la l h c l a t r u y yellow I'vv cr. JustviP~e, III. J adowu'z, H Dt ;!co ul, I". M al. hin. i :,
fVidth of te ssissypi in 1 (C. dlamaage from ,he hail, t\ hich iu Cantt, rbury, we The ut laidl before the Bonard the kfi~lowhl; b;., Ze' eVZ'slir. G'* boed, A.. ii a -
At Fort Adams, iear tile 31st degree ardis. have been told, fell in some places as large as live PiOC ,AMATiON .. ,-
of latitude, 8 ,.t.6,2 inches ia eircun erence. A gelntleman from Pitts- By S 'TE iiHr AL- LK,',f .V, a i p,"Uof he. .f I'a o, ith, Joni;a I ri .lffy. ,,i l.i. e l, v'r, I;..w-
At IN ateh'z, 8662 84- field infonfrind ns a few days since that oni t)]one., Nte.-York. G. V. C..
At Walnut llitlF, 91'2.02 dclay following the gale, pieces of boards two fect Whereas it is provided by the 26th section of! "a 1-.r,, Byrd and servant, T. ;,'wlh,-:L
.Near and beloui, the iamthe of:Ydzoo, 942.82 long, titc with] two nails in it, shingles, trips of the act of the Le>.liatuLIe, jenlited An ect t]
do above, do j148.1,00 clapboard, and half the pannel of0 a door, were provide a g instulfe ious and pestileu i:1i ,:ieiics- [,.,,,,,, '.. r.. i
A t l a t it u d e .3 3 d e g r e e s 8 4 4 ,.3 0 p ic ke dd u p in t h a t to w n w h ic h w ith o t h e r r u b b is h e sl p a s s e d t h e l h ,l \3 r A\ poril [C a '? t a. ,ol ] <. .. o,.< r-
A t real y place s he t w e ,. u : st d< v Eon d 23 3 d d cg h a d fa l i n ith e e v e n in g p re v io u s -- a t a d i t'ta n c o o f Iw h e oe s|, ,s a p ie a r to tl. e B o ai'rd o I a h h I,
tile widthl is 'l )1i 1:J0 to 90 (:tchait s-?Ins-' hnnl l more M orr than twel nty iiles Siinoglfs wrwre also ob- Ihat th, roeve isioh ls el'sa id act so hoitldB a e ofe Ie h } ill";l Itht'lO ;tth t; 1 "isl, dur Ciei i; r I :ir i,"e.
th a n 8 0 cc h a in s. P e rh a p s a 1 t o le ra b ly c o r r e c t a1- se r ve d to f i ll f ro n I a g r e a t h e ig h t i u th e a n in t h at ,l p r o i si, i. o rn t ith r p e rio d o f tilb 'e a r th a n el'fl u .' Tca ui ..'.r r \ t ro !t s, a t ,V' ;! !i ,!,lii,r.i ,,;l,
average ,widtl of the. river would hbe about -14,7 1 ,0o doln aIndl Canterbury oil the evening of the ilt,, it ,.!i->1 i:" l,-".'lllte boat tiJded ilte 'Vii~iaurs'ur.;, [,-e,i ;>;,- r,..,:,"-
chains, or from 900 to 1000 yards. The d ptl tornado. These cir,:l>.St,1c(s ltay ind!,ed h 1r IlleQ:,y;r of the City ot. ,'-'.. a o ,, t v !,o ,
is n o t w e ll k not w n in ir is it ea s ily dflo e r uin e d : it MIr u W l' c o h tile a sion i sh hiK p ow e r o f th e w l1 irl w inv t vi l d o ; e im o f h e ),, ar: o.,i e a i ; 1i i to n 'i- i r of r h i u v -
is perh aps, from 20 to ;JX fatho me s. B io w l the, in W end ell an d W arl oil d r lutuy adY- is h ^ p ,ic ;c ,.,t ,;,ou ,l,,e! '. n. iu c ih i '" ,' / th iii, aac;. a lui on .. .y ,..,., ,
31st degree the depth and rapidly of the river ditional particulars of which might be related, I w whereas tle .oafI oif Health (fi.l, oil the
a re g re a tly d im in its .h e d by aI n um h e r o f o tlt (ets o r d id it se e m l iln Cer ssa r ,-Y to e o ufi r'm w h a t h a s a l- n' d d oj f^ .p i t. l |);,i. i n., [] eL-n 1v PI t h at th i1 ( u "a m";0 w hith a""l lh e r, i s ns -a rly ;l a ot a'i" ,
passes, through w hich tle vwa ters flow from u tlh ready be u slated o .p erio i l ii l hd iu tlhi: 3,1l.. ';ii 5ha, ;; ;; a il h all a l ii t' hin ti: a ngle- a m l. ii';t (1,i.e hall i\:e .
river to the ocean. T htse p:issus are, I 1-,, iiso i (ho eiet h.;;il ,ii tio i]e, Il re ile wov or f!.e ol s;it e
.l-li q u e nt i t n, Aan c h a e f b e j-r,.lle, L a rou r t u, & c Iro m M e P o r nd G e t ic o ,t c 2 .l .r d |', ^ i .
~ ~ lthe Is" ivof :nd .t'tt.t~l~, ;,Ii ld .,0 hae a.-" ril;;.l rverYia~ii 6tbh i;iio ie ]
de c I' e hat, e just received the fhellwiuK disasti'onls advise l],e Al..yor lo L .,)eC }i,5 pijus-;,i.iei.,l, t- *- *-
(ac ou it l' tile lrig I'-o i 'r-B r others, owned by tile a ,] to -
Fromthe Richmone d Comtier of SMpl. M'essrs. Mcel~lans, ofueo s River:- elaliu,1) li i I I- 'I.Vi'so, ofthe bri! c
5 The bri 'iThr.Brothirs, omlio as Mce.elian, ,?- ;low, lne efo'e 1 Stv lien Allon, ll.iin" ol of
,Slatcof l allI.- \his Slate, it V ir. has been ter, po t it, oil W ednesday illor nhlg the 5]ih in.t hi ilet I .ity ol ew-- rlk, p.,i;i,.!il illth.'. ;nu l!orit oy | '" v !1lIt els i t unusually sconrged by fever during the present in distress, it Isle 4olt Bav, halfa lea.,te front tFox vested by said a act. alel line- udviril of the !.,oar i ; ':. e. ne.-d at in ,1 i i-e tl.' e"t ul t. A I-feei" ,1
y e a r. T h e v is iLation r o f th e y e llol w fe v e r a t N o r- Isla n d s. S h e w a s ( IL h e r o u tw a rd b ou n du l }p a _-al, e n f I c! ,dith id o p u ); ;i t ; t a.1 i: 'l ,u i t;t h : i l i n ,t 1 ; 1 h- eih tni:, a ]il wk i ,I'Iv, i e ..
folk is of rare occur rrence. P rude uit M easu res, 11 di' U A lexandria ioGulna ialerr A bodtfOt d-ay s a0A I xr d I o ilt. cby du ,;;.'l u' ninl u, '! a k,.,,Aho Ihut liltt: 't )r'd ys ii".. lo II (I luill i ': r ;L -ut;I -\ t r ] [ 1 r i C 1,
however, hav af now eeLn adonted by ltle B oard sailing, the it w ho e crew with t he exceplion of' the provi iiiii colt~i;.t,', in ili. t';;,< /" ,-f'i, si. t) Hvl i.t ', y mi d T l OU;i i; on bocirl, e x -vpc ]1VU i w s e .-
of Health andt Ihe eInspector. Mlany ofIhe citi- lmasteir, one hand, a"nd a ]amu steward were taken .o acl it"cl.[;s t il E of lhe actlt i:-,vi I down widh a fever In ihlis situaliou~lh IIIV Were ex.-
ze n h av e left. [lu p la ce- this d im ihl ish i eg t hl e pt o. ed a th teo !b- ga it uf:nd a tdll 'f ile aftee r actia iic.i etit : n d !,, liie i ttri ,ii :e :.e !," c t ',e T fr ct cr u eie t:, r..i d ..p r 'd :t i,>.,s !*
.,- .', 0 p03ecl to tile terrible gille cf vlMon a\ viiht, m od lifte r aol ''* '' -i ^ v -r.-, n ^**.<1 i**nr 'Il i'-ht"
d a i l y f o o d o f t h e t r i ai m o n s te r ; a n d t h e i n i ta b i s e v e r e I*n tll e ri nt i n w h i c h lIFr s a i l, tC i t o r n l u r a g s i l lr a i li n t i, l i ; 'n ar n :.dIt( lo ltie i; y o i ,. ; a: ', *'. ', t; l *-,* 1 i .' .,*
tants, have fled fiou tllie infected district. WVe she reached Penobscout Bay, on \VeJles-daiy notruu- O eoC b,'r, d:Ud 0ii p.o,:-' .11 ,"o".,.;>> i: f tl;]; if:: uo ,.'* i, t'. --. f
o observe, ho w ever, by th e lalsi i por t th a t til e I n- ing a nd by th e active a ssi .a e of C at. ,lillm -s ,cti ,, \v !'ll' hi hy ,1 .' i i 0! ex ,: : ': ; \ : ; l
spector reconinent ds the people Lot too readily to McLellan ( of the schooner-. --, (w hhl wvli l Iu 1eienih dy ta f v Of e" b 0 r arr. -hI i i. e i' l: ,t! it h..r -o- -
y ie ld t o th e i hir l p e s, a n d, to 6as p r~ d l t e ir re tul o f ert nli u la y f e ll it. i ; 1 til e g a le ) thli Ii i', \t': .' | ,y reh v... !] ,: ei) .?.; t1 the il:fected spot until all (ifau a of danger w'as .bro htll lto anlihor .. I. i IoIt b a ;still, ; o\st;,..r1, 1'ino|),,-, l:-ji.'.-..,- m!u. Ip r Lha Ii,! '..-' z ..i., art:r', T.t i'!. (*( \ V ,?,; O.- "
milore effectually secured. It is' been said with I n a pobed situation, and ier sal. so l-r h a, t,> o!
u o re i s e, f ht w ho lly unn ia i age a 3b1e, a n d w ith in o o ne o il llt al d)ot' ) 1 ill i l i t ; ..;I' I e 1 C, \ I .- '. r... .
iI a lfew days past, that so > n ewla '\v persons had ihen l in e on aud rtl Mr doii a, i tev %iii. :1 6 *i U10 III -11I L! t,:,1.
returned, andl exhibited solie duui!ful eases ol | 011 sleep l or eight or ten nigh ns ;dayl ysl N'% !life "a Uh l .llro l:n d ;la il i- t 'z ,.u .i I, rceh t;dO! 'v ,il ';;." ,.,i;i;.;,, i ,.-,i,, ,: ,'. C,.., (-y.
the ianilignant fever, t,'V e a tle afraid that the ]ying here at anchor, Ie nlato anld ione ofthe ciG iV r ) I' or e" > '-) i ; 't. 1 ; ,- l.i.. .iu'r. e n *.[** i iii-- ,1. ;' ;, ,i!;;, v.;!;,'l .- i 'r: ;,. sir.I,, r t
dan ger w ill not I e certainly r leov yed; u n til frost died of o it" fi ver. U under llh es c circ nistaln ces, lh e A nd :Ill v-.';s ], ai t'is i;i in '1:6 ], it bflve!: ,li e tl,, ,d- ,is .,o n 1!w hi.ih ;- ," awl ,if a., d Id l ,,' -
co mnes to purify tile atlnosphere, aIsituation of the Captain was .iistres<.in firsl dayv tUt'O i', t'. ari hl; tat l l' ;t'oecmler '\ h" 'i': -h,. hhiulr : "Or sidi l r .->,' e,, r. r,, ] .:<.
B u t-N orfulk is n ot ti e only part of V ir.,ir [ii d i and nso m"align an t w as tile I I I ,' ra- ,ed orn ;al rI|- .. d, a re lineer ,' r wet',it it-! i ( tz; ,. re. ;111,1 ;r ",ic t"" "*"th- l [ "*'t ieo't,;a lh ie f ,l ', t i,i i
i hich has su lff orie m ore than ceom ni n by rlisea-: I I rI t Ld t w ,. l-l a ."" n oaf te: ts of t;!t vc. ] 1 ">ts to tleir luclhing nt ;.y 'rl ,. h li7:li^ ; a;t*i;h iel'l i" I, \ v, l ;"" :, -
lu th il[,hb .rho o ,-ev(al~l a1 i .,i i lu \etn't:t l~on tboard t ,i l i, u* ,i"tha cilnra*-ioU. It r- al ile-t'll ,i! le t"ti *- tP v- t *r*, **,v t [ l ; {iI v I.;' ,* lcr euin."i: ;:',:.';
counties Sonth ol that c~nnn y, anlld ocea::q ltl. {".i ltllai,,|V (;.' i|,ia (Captaii oin Fridav! e\veiinh ;, .*ir. Io pro^'**ceed t,) tiid pial.a: oa !;;gilel !or (u u.-r'l"- ; .*,;l.. ',V;,i'eirr "!, ,'e iO~ii'.. 11 i; :,," si.;,!.; :I :;
as f.,r even iis lheubto ders ofN north Ciarolhuii ;a I\Vi~li;!m ~i~ei~llan, oue oftlle~~ie \ hnc!' a loh m ee;a ti"'-'>i"\ cotfrui ilty \', ilth 'le }ipvi.b, i ml~ t Il !h [ pnov]*r iui, ul!',,r lhr- ~l[,,ln\'iii; ,,iieiiiint, ; ;i! l....
! rirr" mnali .ualt fcvi-r bas'previh'.ii. = It i: OS" tit l t: ; Ol ii 'ib !!" !l' tl".rc *? li]" i>: f, ti'he li'.:i bv, L'a' t). *Jai.,ne "'l't, j. aS .xteino i{el by iti i:-. p:,]t'!a i;;i'.i;)i' "; '-.l il Dit'. Ji'i- .U i ,)! ill. i.* ,1* !i 'e i..i:; 'i .,1, >> lit,.*'; *." ;" ,i..l


etc In hli condtlrono that he n1st take 1-hands l ,t ir, s. russa- tue-
fore \Illnld ain so m ;iisoLnueadditional strength, and
tlis re!,o..lit,,s ;ill concert Wvilli f;,l'r Cabinet l uiet Miuis- iru S OHI so iuclh I liewatId a ud just callSe of appreh1ct-
"rs, t:]e ("l ,c des Areos being placed at lhie head sion from ntin powerful neighbor. This is tie rela-
Of them. Tlelowlty rotstralit on the rights delegated tion between Ru[t;sia and Prussia Lis regaicds tile
ttlo the pri:ie, w-ith respect to lillgt up of public of- precul question.
fices, 4-ic, is ht the case of Uishopricks. in whichlihe As respec'tstire proalble success ofthc Greeks,
W t majesty t;le preseIIlt aspeCl of he war is inuch iall heir fa-
ay reeounelnd to hIs iajesty, ; but the khg re. vnr : bill it is extremely difficult to give any sat-
serves thie ac!ial. nomtiination lo him11self. Illn tle isfictory als\'eer to this part oftiloe que! oiion, Iro(nl
eveutoflbe Prince'sdemise, the Princess, lis spouce, thir iuclusislency oflhe accounts tvhich reach lit-,
succeeds 1,im.and is to be a;.sisled by a Council of aind whirlh vary according to the pattice fruoill
IP? elnc y. Sonl e c uriou s ac oul e s h ave been f r- w'v u s ) 'tl e r cer n e tir e u' s uch ol h t i les; n iarra lieiu -
ishtohlle mode w,,hi (tle, Prince Royal xer. ins, or consitu-
h h oe n hh re y e tioual l1rel0 h press, atn ueiforiulv ili lalVOnr of
*ised the litions of Regent, after the departure the( Greek cause,. Oni the other hand, such as
ofihis frilher fr' iPortngal. Fri., first proclanation, paiss through Austria, Prussia, or tllrouill ony t(A
after the assumption of power, conclade(d witi a pro- ilie parts of Germany, mlnler the oienroul ol"these
aw ~e to r.'atelccarefIullyover evducqtl rin, comi erce, po Ist are 'is ulliforinly Llifaroulrilha", and give
.u.'l agrieul:l "re', and, abovc all, to apply hinuselfto stuch "bit C1,ti tO ile oveals and Occurrences oftlhe
il are.,reando a abues. I all, !ato ,,apply his pto- s"Cral') as ay discourage the public spirit li their
Vic rerinno" abuses. iithis la.mt ulaer his pie- f.avo ur. Two events of great iuipoitaace are,
tioie tvasaire~dy ill a co~-'e of 1-dlihflt,1et lie tdis- however, confirmed by the onC, and a,.knov-
elari'ie' all tlseles dnome';irci, relaihiihg only firly 1or ledglg h by the other llartv. Ou t11' t h s I ;", tilt.
tile si'rviec of his palace, sold off two t',irds of hi? eotal destruction of" the Turkish fleet-the sec-
stud, finu abolished the second taibleof Zhe Court_',- elt is, that tha Gieeks are ill possession of the
Hfe *'isilei], in l>ersnn, several oflthc public office, Wth hle of Corin1 The first of these events al-
a d ill r pr erson, severalof the pubi office mostI T surlec in l itself ; til eetirhe lilberatirn of
and reprimneded severely Ihoso guilty of nec c Lc o the Greek Islands. Tbe latter is equally proetis-
durly lenee Ihe greatest zeal for ihe dispatch of' ig ;as to the successful conquest and retention
businss haaiiaarkeiein all of them, even it) the le- ofthc eI:ealer portion of tile Greek provinces on
"oarhltj,.ntoftiher"uloms. TpeCouoeilof barho\. beth sniesof the sea of .Negropont, and Gulph
i:>g proposed ai pccutiiary reward, and the plea of of Lepautu..
great services reuered to the stale, for an individu- A bead of Missionaries, destined forth Cherokee
al lo gc, e,-^^l allached to Ihe person of the Priuee uatieu, were on. Thursday evening last, set apart il
-the-Prince 'Wrote.under tie proposit~on, that the the Rev. Dr. Staughtonns congregation, Philadelphia.
Cuil of %`1 ar. I( eserva atcutita, sJuuLd )ate.The number, including three or four children, is a-
detailed .those serv-0es, and refused the reward The hour ,-,,erf. One of them a Minister, and
Prhnce has also reinitted dhe duty on salt, hits tran- the rest approved members of Baptist Churches
sit from one province to another. on account of its acquainted with farming and various trades, A
Utility to ngrnelture These measures and the per- number of Ministers were present, who all took part
sonal activity of the Prinre. were a new object of in the interesting services ofthe evening. Many fer-
curosity and wonder to the Brazilians, and his po. vent prayers were offered, and much Christian feel-
ptlarity was unbounded, m ing manifested.
Boili Spain ,,nd Portugal appear disposed as far
possible to exclude the inmportat.on and consmnp- ilurditr oflKoystcr.- The trial of Moses and,.Dick,
tion of British goods. But the British writers con- charged with a participation in the murder of Win.
sole themselves with the prospect they have of find- Royster, at Petersburg, (Va.) came on in the Hus-
ing a market in South Anerieca-at Rio Janeiro, ting's Court, ou the 21st ilst. when, after a patient
the Caraccas, and up thie Orolioko. investigation, tie unhappy men were sentenced to be
\ e will now for a momnent direct our attention to executed on the first Friday ill November next.
the quarrel between the Greeks awd their sanguinary Princ of Flour.-Flour was selling in Alexandria,
masters, together with tile three great powers, who on Tuesday last, at fire dollars and se, lenyfive
see:r! to be particularly interested in this important cents per barrel. At Baltimore, oil Thursday, it
affair. All our feelings and sym pathies, or.. ou the b i x d lr s, 1 t7 Bati e o n s y
side oftlhe, .reeks. Who canothink ofGreece--who b gsl dllrs"fo the waggoas.
can repeat the lname of this countryofennobling Electioneering qnecdote.-The fbllowinl2 maybe
recollections, without feeling a thrillof horror at her considered a fair specimen ofnmost of the stories put
present lot And what mai is there il Christen- ill circulation on tlhe eve of a contested election.. It
dmu, who does not devoutly wish the Turks-that is from tthe Baltimore Patriot of Thursday,
Wild Boar of the East-driven from Europe, and a 111 ow to tell a Slory,.-A little incident that
government of law set tip in fl!e place of the bow- iippo,:ved a few evenings ago, may serve to in-
string of te SuItail or tile da-grsoi, tie Janizaries? saruct somne ill the noble arti of slandering their
but \vhatwviil be the result of the struogle between neighbors. A person was declaring against Shep-
ihe fecioiis? td ren'orseiess parties, we hbve little pard C. Leaking' o\he is a candidate for thll cf-
heas ofjging. d,'hat Russia wdl do :ml yet rice of sheriff, swearing most lustily, that when
mean Wha Russia wil d e 1 he (the deelaimer) was it] the service of the Uni-
be dirhviie. The present isatnostf Alexander lo strike a blow, and exteiu his empire to; tain, had la! hed him so severely with I1 cow-skin,
tle iar,;anelles : anld wore tler(. reeks only to change thlat beit was laid up for six 1i.0l11S, a rnd that the,
wasters, and settle down uniter the comp ratively gashes remained ell his back until ihis day. It
mild Jebpoutist of Ru.ssa, we should have great so "'vis' th b at alate captain in tlhe saine regit. was
present, who asked tie follow where tire affair
cause to rejoice. A mediation has been talked of, t place ? At Urlney Island,) saidl Il Yo
but this appears to be iinpractlcable. Tie war has rascal,' returned the captain, you never was at
assuined all the furyv ol a contest of opposite re- Craney Island in the 3flli regiment. I was there
ligioos. "1The Turks appear perl-i.ctly frantic in the whole time and knew every maan in the bat-
their rage against Christians of every country and tallion stationed there. Leakin belonged to the
every deuomiuatiou, They seem hurried onl by noher battallion, and never was hinsulf upon, or
ever deloililltiol. hey een e1;enilsIIwo byaneisud P I Well," said tile fel-
their iaoonal belief in an absolute Pre( estination, to low I if what I /have sa zdabo th e is.
encounter every possible chance of provoking the not "hu.ai I know of something else 14uatis !J
goveri;;ents of Europe to unite in such a league "I pledge you my word, Mr. E(litor, that the
that would destroy their power, as tile whirlivilld Pleceding is a fair representation of a case that
sweepsaway the locusts. And ifthis spirit continue, really happened."
there will probably be a speedy end to the doiniuion ElecTioneerine Candor.-We copy the ,ellow-
of the Oltomian in Europe." og. curious address foi' l tile ,Ohio Interior Re-
lI the consideration of this subject, (says Bell's order" ofhthe Oth inst. :-
WVeekly Messenger) two questions seem chiefly to XEWIA, Aug. 30, 1821.
ofier themselves :-The.first, whether the jf;rbable Fllow i-.sens.--,hot counsel with airy
events of this insurrection justify any reasonable apll- "it-, beI of nei i offer myself to your cousid-
prehension of air interruption of the generate peace; e"r ionl as a c Iatndlidate for a seat in the house of
and tihe secmd, whether the Greeks ]ave a fair representatives of this state. I deeni it inexpe-
adiscdW triGesa afidieut to make you any promises of' what I can,
chance of Succes. sorwill(dolforyou, ifeli.cted, as patriotism hasal-
Wi:h! respect to tie first of these questions, most departed this life. Suffice it to say, that it
it will be best answered by a brief statement of isyour Three Dollars, per day, l amprincilndly ill
the relative situation of the three great Conliueu- pursuit Of.
tat. powers vWit' the Tuckibrh empire. These pow- Yours, with esteem,
ers %re Ruisis,] Austria and Prussia. tNow, with TIHO'S GILLESPIE.
regarl'!10 ith two foeLle" of these powers' tile
poiut ofjeackusy and contention is, that each Anerican Leghorns.-We have been much
deemls hefselfto have a common clainu, and each gratified by tlhe inspection oi three straw hats,
has certaieiy an equal interest, in the Greek pro- for latdits, manufactured from the speer grass
vijjccs oi the Danube. The Aacustrian dominions which grows it) our comnnmons, by Miss Hotchkiss,
iinnlveiateiy cotfite adnd abut upon the Greek of Poughkeepsie. On comparing these hats wilh
prqvivces, of Walla chia and Moldavia, and the some ofthe finest imported Legborns, we were
acquisition of these provinces would carry the forcibly struck with the superiority of the former
Aus-triau territory iiniuediately to the banks of over the latter as to texture ; they in fact, only
the Danube, through tite greater portion of its want a little more finish, to render them, ia eve-
;nIN rse ; ailachia and Moldavia being two ex- ry respect, a better article than the highest pri-
tui\,eelblik% soflhunl, which jut from the banks ced Italian hats brought to this country ; and
t,t-m Da.,.!l.' towir,.s the Austrian frontier.- encouragemnent is aill that's required tosupercede
Ont Illh other haldt !he inhdbitallISOf these pro- the introduction of tills foreign luxury, and to
vi1cr.Q" being Gre-ks, and pio;6.,ssiig the same re- render perulanent a btrauch of(domestic inanufac-
lii 0on, anlld in tit- Samie uMode with the Russians, ture, which will give employment to the female
thju Rl-.siu Cabinct, hais always deemed itself lto part of tire coinintulty, and greatly promote otlr
il.ve the bes, right to their pI)Ossessionn wIhen for- national prosperity.
tiune ,bould afford the opportunity. Agahi, the The three hats are to be seen at tihe store ol
Lussialn ort-posts already touch upin this por- Mr. Vandewater, 135 Williatn-st. and we are
tion of tile course of tile anube, and hlle aquii- persuaded will attract the attention of the ladies
sitian is certainly more pi'uatpt n ndlait hand to f lNew-York, who are never behind in patroniz-
tileijous i~iis Ihau Io IheAostnios. This is one ig domestic products.-jal. .dv.
pcita t l'fjealOusy beteeu Austriaand nRussia.--
Anotber i, tllhat Vienna itself issituated uI oil the 'ast. u-eekI1 lnook a wife, aridwhen Ifil ]itdid
.laioubef an.d t;Ie lios:-.ssioul of Rudsc(huck, aad wcohier.'-Y.'sterilay James eating,, a good llook-
oftlme other ioblified |I;hli'c.: s'ill remaining to the ing young t>hlolv., v ith black eyes ual broad
tirks, by the R!usshiiiai wmuld bring Ihe Empe- shoulders, was brnuliit Lip, before tire police,
ior of IRussia iinld his g,,irisonis loo miuuchl en co- charged w~illh hatvil i illlEtT, \VVES two briir"
ract ''.*lti tihe catpital 9i the Austriani d.oatiinions, present, *.












ll- evcry oilter tale cisezen, qf' the age of twenty. nc1w prove equally erroneous. fie believed the nuofed the maxim, tHat all men are born eqraL. This )-ve.' Tlie great obj:ict vi.- ....1 ',.-- ',, w.I's e pro- ears and nos"is, -_,. you eh-ay r',',e'';y ia"' a a
one y-ears, who shall hit ve been fl)he years ain i- picture of the future growth of the stale, as pour- appeared to him mere sound. Would it fieaiirl thai it.ton ol'[oprlr[%--lif, h,,,:'-.-. I. -is lildoin i- undoubted facl. es wvell as 1 have rehited. The
habitat L of (his state, ind(Ioroiievyenr a resident iII strayed by the gentleman from Columbia, (Mr. every person in the cfleeuity had a rlt to it? d ei ed i lhiI courV, a t Pat s i l
the town or city where IIP eiav ofler his vote, (pau- Van Ness,) a few day, since was notoverdrawn He fully concurred with the honnrab.c gentleman jAir. l,'.oooi upparted lite amendment. Much stri,5s T,.ki9in,,c that \yes t ,ra came t ante
rm nia(r at h a ~d httfes-ihad heIllrj k,,,,ui. %e ta li m:.theeotirse Ul'lefthcdkat, for provisions, and was- stt:3plied. Thu Capita-
IMrrs and ]T, so",S under .'uardiau~hip exepted .)- l, ,'lh "l.slc'"a fromvOneidaa(Mr. Platt, who had said that ih-, -Ie,- I'dI"" i1 nlsHou*,uicreuiidfK. "-'Btnad w .if upid aia
p aided, that pesos in the ,u,,I. O .-i e ,:.rfiv, adi that aws hra hra"predictio of the greatness of ti o privilege nsas rather n office, or a fuction 1 h "r 1 mght e .I 1 "" nn 1, a tii v, heI n0sw Lax would I" Bey kr e. coffin, il 'want of mc uand pro- I
mrn.:iie serviceolfth iile)Slat h ,I. i...i i.. '.... the State would he verified. Ilu view of this state than a franchise or a right. Much h'd.been said of Lheecessary, ;u!h ,1 stale uf things hlad existed, and visions. If he could have attacked the Hydri-
sidered as 1-avialc obtained surch residence, by heig of things, le was opposed t universal suffrage theea.st and we had frequently been reIfe rredl to liatl it hd 1"-e" Iradieltd woJ aiaiit cisi, wben the Ores at Lepanto, I think he would have taken
bulalioned in an- garrifsou, barrack, or military place a- it. nn_-h1 endanger the future liberties and wel- section of tile country or lessons of wisdom. He I ,'a"d 'eanaii'wia;s ii.lAhed. iVild geaideruen have them..
in tlisstale." .1: iea HI,.: state. The elective privilege was held in his]landtt--c'o-.--i. t-laaciRp by the con- VOLr '' i" ScI HISLI!C ial;;cy la d1ys ? LoNDOli, Aug. 20,
but.w.s, more.pro--...n a t.-Po ;, e Ib, el l Mr.o1'(6ii wo or loAug. uf ae. li'i
M r President thought that all the amendm cents neither a right nor a franchise, ut was, more pro- v ention of M assachisect's- an asi: rnb; I embrace r I;-di(iii .v.; lor u a-versal su ffrag e. PiA ?,i The' .'vr'te from Tour" that the re ar eat tast
Which aild beme offered, were ih some measure pedy speaking,i an office. A citizen had no rore nmuch talent, xsdom, tro experace ,from w,)? of
o1jectionable, sin ee the qualifications were not r ;ht to claim the privilege of vo iig tnao of be- r e d n ts t, a dero gatory o us to birpwf-" I I- ,all r ex- ,I"l i ps titlee d th re nun ber o f
preednts /Sr tto claim tireio privilege ,of ,vtolintiego ed than of'owr bre- ea h't u-p tg I :, I, th ,lia%,au
('dfinth l ] i ihe eonsfitutiot!, and too much was ing eiectcri. T' he office of voting must be consi- t .. ... .. .... then m a dt sa ctin.i th'p laa I "C .eit t ; I I i
I g t~e he right of ,if-- as adopted by tile 1lasfka.. ,"-_(i,re O'4d(el,.rawn 5oreota ather gsernment, xwere 1 !he Lnglizb defigb't il appearing on hoI~i: '%N( ill'
1-1. to t0- lug;iatiire, He (hei gave his views lered ill the liotofeta public trust, and the elec- clttsetts Clifvention. Heresv.ws nothingof military ; v;wholly irrteal:-> the people HW this cutotely bhoz-e tbt avenue (ofthe Clia:;i Elysees. '!'tit mo0 t I-
ou tile subject at ceusiderabte liingth. His plan tots were public functionaries, who had certain duty, or of those whlo worked on t;le h)ighwnays.-- a"Ioiheis, were ,.... ,,, .... \'i'tnu )]l,;:t: waI n.;i egant feniaire rf~jastriui., anil who displays t11e
was Ihtt tile right of suffrage should be extend- duties to perform for the benefit of the whole corn- From tile stress which was laid on military duty, 11e 1, t'aid oftileen, j .. ... ....... drawn froin thie rise oost grace Oil horseback, is Miss W. 'The no-
ald, as proposed by the getitle man from Washing- munity. His plan was, that noo person should be would suppose that we were to be involved i'n Per- Of popPHlOus cities was faIlaiCoui--owa and couu- ve|ty o C',,.,.,. i that the young peoplee mrate
ton ; that the governor should be a freeholder, vested with the elective Privilege, except such as petual wars. There ywas IohiIg at present to justi- ', .e Ia.... i he river toweds Isae-e -
lc!e.dl for" two.o ears ; and that the senators paid taxes on rel or personal estate, and that too fv Suclh anticipatioUs. Tle worldd was pacifiA and 16111ro Ie ie sid l' aeveltll ,t.,hat, supposedIp, and there ares- many itne swrimra?. ToavoirtI
'h] .Iti-anquil, and probably ito tueimb-er of 0disencveminnhat e t ier fulesl utie :arlgadtee r ayfuesiirs oaol
smoit we freeholders, II moved thai tle cn.- much might not he left to Ile legislature, le cou- would live to sle.tll.se"uultry ill hlvolvedmtheCon-;It iily, ihe i..d gr iy is accidents; as thry take he w-iter so !a e every
in tec rise a n d rep rt, w it !h a v ie w th a t tile su b stitu tion sh o u ld lim it th e a m o u n t o f tile ta x say dt A s lor th e a tuc nd uin t of the Ientl ep an ifro li al-' e l d ,ed ins be at l te yi. l u I s \ iew s u h. ac s widn ter is p rov id e w ith a s maill tis la ine e r ny
jcct be referred back to a select aonnniLtee. at one dollar. h,..-,,,_ ,, ,., i ,,, .,l o. nore (fhitstea- e''Int of (he elective privilege wnuih be in t'e winch is fastened to lhe body by a chord about 6
Mr. Young thought it would be better to settle Mr. VWheelerspoke for some time in favor orilf,- i..... .iltu'h he ago'ejd w t t tle g !ne nan from i"igh,,sv degrt*e daegeroes- uotgolerui-ut a cie-t feet lonqg, and this lantern follows all tihe ove-
the priacinles il committee of the whole, and amendment offered by fim, and against ll-' ,,- *'n, -, in thinking, that in itspreu sape, l Ie:l or l Ctor]culdld endure it. o fr ashewt-s ae- nents of the swiiner.
hoped thie gentlemnan from Richmond would con- nrlndment of the gentleman from Delaware.- lo uliversaltsffna.e. He colcrod with geatie craiatfedl-Pub sli e-i nia t(llitd notern rtu IrOf thelilcountry was Ittosphi.eriePh ifeiomeo.- The wonderofbthe
suet to withdraw his motion, that lie might move Tile principal objection to Mr. Root's plan i[p- "Ie who bad preoattid lhn in tis debate,th;mri- h^ h repr'seli[ uad he believed the same citizens of tie metropolis wascon saturday nioru-
to pass over the amendment of the gentleman peared tohim to bc, that tile qnualificitionsof danccaed rotsliose luld be na'I tueualifcactios. unisu~l apearance
from Delaware. ,votes were left too vague, and tile discriminations Mr.O'f i .ao ad w\'*lIN] ie l thaI ii o si lle 1 wa "'" tiiratotoed w l%% llt e ctUi( iiry, were wh-ichb the suin 'jeseet.;d'- it wasaof a bright azure
'Chbe qtuestioa then returned on Mr. Tallhladgels were in some cases arbitrary. Gentlemen had it" ,O I',Itd tt'S,-'tiin. i.li! (I diviii.d, most of ih.esu eitiina'lfd, nid witlh lIbeir | 'it its, etolr. The atmosphere was hazv in the u pper re-
ro o t ion b ee n la v ish o f th e ir e n co m iu m s o n th e m iliti a .- M,. J '.o o,' o hbj -c Iled., ;,I- d il-i-y w ec e i nd iv isi le *" i ,V G o fi l *'ll ] ll w s uLt, such i r<'s c ot d a ot gi o n n i te rsp ,, rse d wit h th ii c lo u d S, w hiic l a s
Mr. "al-.adge explained al sonc lenll1hhls is views W e had been conducted to tile plains of Of ara- by l the rt l,,s uI ll he <;of f ineii.a. wri;ptai h ot .tYp m l xtri a,>an il d f ic nle eets. The Wprolee- t hI, f-itted across [he fece of t seter produced a
[Iudahienan t.! O llmoun m nIIh h lid ddye.terdayh.s n iill,.d, thn and e ,,uutains ofSwitzerland, to il1us- ,1r. 'v' c,, ",,i.. i I; ,'.. .'...ci..' that the o- 1t"d1"i t*u1 i--". t1 .d the ,,<;ouaes c l -o s nl brautifel ffect. After preserving this
and th e rt a od f,,rti had enddeut whil) ho hvid trate the bravery ofourown troops. Noioti had her part.,,I I.......... I ..... lePut m ;r ;,. Iaylt,(tee sof. ..., e p P-ap e ce r upwards of ballad o r, tie color
ijs! p is '.an d o ithe com inedi n. H e l ot, koc c sion a greater respect for tire m militia than himself ; but H. i" Tifls; c rut atI I ,f" i t(,l 1 .t 11"- 1 "r l it"''" --f. I .... d. I'Ie;ritio 0Is as- ca ge tilue f or u wards of th al ttloor, dhe coflor
to so 1 isif( le was opposed edto univeisa sulfragte,.. of whaomi were they comp-osed ? Of filea farmers ti ^.on( striking out ai take.i aOi. duedad in tile Oi,,i,.(; ti. (,ion ms [y.. n ', .u... cxclO e ,il won) planett was to lle eye Sw ic ucl thinainislti d, thatuh
ll. you g ,),),)(,Flpoad tli atnmendmn t on the and mechanics of the state. who would be provi- I :.I i. ,.. : r iivili lliir'!,'e'c, own'iadi ell! l), "- 111k ,r;ity lO diserinimu1 at belwiVfee ciledi- anla y of tile ,uazers took it at first for some. im-
grj O ll d th a t it wVa s r eI ede riiiR til e regu la tion ut too d ed fo r by o th e r qu a lifi ca tio us. H is a n ul udlo en t B ree se. U rinke rhol t;, Il roo !:, % H 1, : ............ ,, C a r- d q;'s it h( Isr ,tI e I vers11 1, tI, I f ci, llvaIie r i in e nsu bi llo o n, I p o n d erit g its w a y th ro u gh tile
S cnmplex,I anc] v s(ope)ipa itig a door forswearilhi ) would include all i si e so classes, as well as nila y pealeerC, l; ], Clyde, l;].!.',, n.:u, '.Ldilt~l', s,' all,- "h ,u','"? and (o s vi iu .-ll(, conno ax ;i m l ,it iat | e- ;er-ial expacnse.
o \:! S. 1-1c i treftrrod tile a no timeut of t;i!'e se- others who were eqlually cititled to vote. Mr. lie, li", Thlock, hl;', lid, ,lan, Jones, K'nt, ,' d i j"a twh ;l t'ee a e o'i7. The papers contain news from Madrid to Augusth,
;<, \'fi ,1 :V, :rhindon, .* Oer. \Vheeler) as elli dc,-,;aild Or tI (Ui de persons of c'40oir, King, .altitiiri Lt "- eiot:, ... .,!,,. .*. ,:;^ .'.'l". l,it,.7S t .
,n ir, % heelor,, Paiirr la ,1!';(tu 'il : Ir., ,e t hwdc ~ 'i }tV~o O De tt al( d i rh t ur.. c om- d sag redeab to'teus had .e
nuio e simple k'o f i, e thoughT, lihould be Cxclu~ded flioi Elle, u"" Nlu *io *.N'CI '*i l'l atffo"^,''' latt :i,, ;*4 I. P.mI.!:- dl k e llc wilidar .- 14viio ito. heaw Chats "l~l vepy disagrekoable'u.-ws had been .
lrl, sidpoe.Root said, the ameniment of the "entle- right lh ofe sufrage. ly, R adehilf, tlh nelande'r. ,i .kwe Kif i, ,de. re;,,- ,de a ,, th,, s,,e-bhcL a.,d slrasglcrs received flri m Vera Crtiz. T e
min from Dutchess was providing for tbe disf,-,,n- Mr.h. .. Van K neasselae. r said that all al e l apitugelan Sein, ., -... ) l P,% T "h nih, r" v, ""l,; ; an*d if tile ,relter enderstuo d Iiu,*
ieler ,.. -,,., ,,41)c \etzU1. "[" ,t, ,ed. 77 ; 3S per Cent. Couneat s. 76 3-3. 11 t
chle.ment of a tn,, erouw class of citizens. 'Fie wlie" lhdl d been sthl, ld to ihe t uovenlion* "*ci, I- "... I'' ". 1.e"I. eIl. 77 ; 3o p;eril cau l. COBS.f- .
M 'i p e 'l r -ed 1 h i m o l q e c l i on d b l e "JT h e I f 'o I ) s o nf i p J h`, i l u r u ni','c,; :UI i \vi l I o a a g It i d sh e Le n t le tn a ll 's \w i s h e s c o u l d '
reusing of teeenetis had become odious to teibe t. Van Rcss,!aer, ,S, K.,l ,els ,,,;,r, Va ,l Vu- I h tt s t n FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.
p eople, and )ed to mnially frauds. H e enlarged in uiiversal suffrage e.. it adm i ted p ,ot'll"S of.all Cl- re u, "l"ryc ls, A oVmeb bter '. >\ ub sn:r, 'endovcr ,,i',^ ,.+ ^;,. s ,oku f or ymie ti me i reply to Comm ercial R leading, aid ,V eiw s R1 oomr,
upon the remarks of the gentlenia 11 from Niaga- seriplioes to Ntie. e read llhe loo Whielr suE.sli- \ \eatn", V*liceler L. \Vi.l,00is, Woods, oo`l- .'.- .A.,.s. Ko nl ;ul KSiept. He adverted to the con NoKttoL., Sept. 29:.-9, A. M. (
t'a, (Mr. Iussell) who luentitlonetd two instances tlc, which lie inltended at a propel Lim" to fflr ,' ward, Yte-4-- 1 ,il -tion.,s nf kliht-.achets, ,ind Cuonn, client, and Jack Frost, stopped at our loors this morning,
in [)is town, where twu revonltionary patriots and "Othelr tbilaa pai|pers orpersons who have been Carer-Cilessrs. Cbarl', akor" C 'lark0l.", BJirgks. .aid thai ;ll who paid a pull tax had a right to vote and gently as was the signiail of the early visi-
s-!l.hlrsone of whom fought I, ith Montgomery, or .uay hereafter bu eonivict.'d of' n infiamu.1 s D.,CON DyarrEa two.>d, Fenton,]Ferri s, ,,,, .(wIh,. e Ialtes. tor given, it has inspired numbers (of those
under the walls of Quebec, and tie other un,!"r c,'i, who s hall held, poftspss, Or be s"eizedii y as o,,n Fe rost,'llst, e, Me Kiag.renarked. "ht the poll lax was not unt- especially who have contracted the malignant fe-
owu rigiltorinuri~lht ,f hi, i' o a aeet ie uoaphreyv, H aLI, iflllU i l ill [I untgtoll, [j.nOwlus, x rVaI.j.
Wayne,;,atSton,-y Point, wouhldbedisf'an<.hise.d, `,,,1Cis, .eaenlsur heredithutals .i the value o I!' 1 *-h- ,, p. .Uvingc-ou, M(.'Call, Park, Mr. [tadcliffrenarled, thatif (hep areunentofthe e hfare afimaginal'tn,) with the belef
il mnis provision was stricken out. But llhe lion. two hundredaad fifty dollars, over and abhove kill It ',, I.. ..- ,, -rice, Richiaeds, root, R Rss, Busscd, geptl i;; trom Q uewi a was correct a reconsidera- that his talisiaic wand will expel the deathly
grinleox.t ei omu Otsego thinks that if this cla use ,J, .I. I ..,, .1 1.,, ., :.,. or ewlho sall have l el n for anders, N. Sanlord, K. .Sanibrr', ichirnnk. Sheloa, doll er sc olr pr-e(ligs ap'rarf:d-to be lie- monster who has been stalking aNmong us for the
is retained the amendments will be jeopardized, ',.I '-: ,., ,, -...I,. .,, ,. I olfthis saile, and for'r uo Starkweather, Stevie, Swift, Pay)or, Tea Eycrk. ., ,,, Sone discussion toook place between last two months, and prepare tire way for a recep-
and probably rejected by the people. Thaith on- year n;ext and immediately preceding [tle election, T1ownlev, Townseud, Vai Fleet,' Ward, Woost>, ,,. Vaan Beure- anild Youg oun the conseqtcln- tion of a more welcome friend, the goddess Hy-
ortblegentlmnani[ must, doubtdess, be better ac~i- have been a reident in tle city, waird or tUWll in l Youg-4-. ers Of tilt lNo, mLl with what. understanding file geia.
(Nuainted witl his constitueuts than hiiself(Mr. "whicc he 'aly offer his vote,finsd,,hall have aacladl Alier a.lewremarks o the o~der in which the .slii.> wuid Ie d,.id... Three persons died last mght-of what disease
been taxed, and Ipaid ill Umonyol a O1 state (or 3COthly oler atiltle dinelits belo i l'e te olilloitteceshould 1 (i T '.. 'alailadgfe s,fined [lie 'easons which w nd Ih v o e rt- n a alr n te a
toot.) This migflitbe the case s,)fir Is i e-^ ^ ^S -^ ;01111'^ ^ wouldI hae ot lea;rrt-one was a sailor, another was
Rot) hsmih b h cs o era tr- tax, within One year next prec'edima, tile el~ectioll, at taken til, the chah'djecided that tile kalnemil .nit 'f itjdue hhim to, vute ill' ',in" nf tile na endmrent.
g-'uded Cooperstown, which thi gentlemaa re- leasli ihe sn, of--, shall be enulithd lo vote in ,he tile ge glemn au from -i ,t. ,.-,,, t.... lj in ordu". ll-'.V itt ehteu thenOccupied tile.floor about a black man, and the third a child.
presentedl-but as Delaware was configuoos to cily, ward or town in which he 111.1y their acluly MIh-r. Rot supported the-n amendment al oitl, to, |fIhirieo loti< e aitd(lt -Yours, respectfully,
Olse-o, as a part of the latter coui.ty was near- reside, for governor, lieateriat Kovernor, selal.rs, length. As his own proposition hail beef) voted i.le.tiziai,.,d..( fi-ile t, rged upon tire considerations, I. G. LYFORD.
to Io :is well acquainted with the sentiments of' ls, Together withl :dl other cilizeeis of this state, Inatedl nearest to hIs owiv views, iponteid ilm tlhe iiaji-.iice and dallgrr allieadi'g uni- PRICES HoFr STOCKS-OcT. 1.
ilwl people 1i that quarter, is their reprcsenta- w"'hitshail have been rated, and p;iid taxes 1o amy I.- Mr. ;-adlcfiff otired ai iaw re.arkasou the amend- .c.-1'r441lffr,,ge. In his opinionO.public sentilmeut an 71, )7.rNOA it
1ive. nwnntl, orshiall be enrolled and haive actually per m" ien. which lie look occasion to sa':. that I. this lll.ici iad ]>.en gVrosly eAlsundeesiood ; am per Louii ana : : : none
fo'anbd ,uililary dnty'.or 11ho10shall have heen'a~svs- C~ouh" not see how geunthlellilwho \Vo { ntl\o f !uecnhdbe; e pdb hecaf ers do. 10WIsar Lal 92 : : If noane 7
Mr. Van Buren felt himself called on to make 'I it, sedf t o na p egaa l Iie rss fonedtdrley tieC i in e t e, t do. W ao. 1s112: : ;: : : 1067y a ]08.W
a fcvw Acmaik-s Ii reply to ttie gentleman fromn winked thereont,or l-e paid ; comnntatioa|here- nell h- one which tl, y had jiu.stgivo-e. Ti, -ues i ori ofM. Vh'leeler's aelnient wa, do. do. 181 : : : : : I,, asked
Colu.bia) and Utao to the gentleman from Del- for, shalt be entitled to vote at elections, for all o- Mr. Van ess s Moved tiat the cou.m,.ittee rise ant t h adilos aidud;ied ithe af *. d 18 15: : : : : ItII asked
a wa reI l e observ ed that it w asevident, and ill- other elective oflicrs." rep t lirmIoiv e ;]1 1f : : : : : IIw a 1
dieed some getlcimnen( did f ll t snut i i disposed to ,,-M r.J. Sutherladnd did not intend toeenier into M r. Kdhvarn s fie.ged to say tite word in reph, to y s- M esrs. Hacou, Barlow Breese, Bris 5 di 182 : : : : ; : : : :
dist'ise it, lhat the amendment proposed by the discussion. Had he believed, that the abel:- hishoaorabie c~ille'ue from Mew-Vik, H]s nIBrooks, Uarroughis. C olar, Cos% 1. Clarlt 1 do. ; : : :. : : :, :l :s lo'q -
t1i hot.. ge utlem an from D elaw are cou eic on la- tion of the distinction between voters fnr the s e- i es ha d be n i mp eachedlbr the v'les he i v,:n. C arl,. C lydt C ullin.. 'raner, D ay, E ast ,,ixd, 7 do. : : : : : : : : : : 1091. ,O .
i~~~~~~~~~~~r-[{at~~~~~~, ,:11,h scl an' d feb ime lbe.ntentioultf hn,;o-p,'-h i Ie oL' '.rs, ,' t e o u tl w ,H i 3 d : : : : : :
t e i i o t h io g s h o rt o f u n i v e r s a l s u ff r a g e M r V B n a t e a n d a s s e m b ly w a s j e o p a r di i z i n g th e ri h t ; -s i o, i B a d i, Aolua un e i E e t o n ;, ; d i.p .c > | \.is i3n, [ *a e i, h l au n g, dlod ; :ii n t H P : : I .: : : :' .
di unt beievetbnt iere were -weay members of and liberties of the stale, lhe certainly sho uld sciece a A" .itt1 him, In ehr tvav c nita ,,ed-|, tn.h i,]bf.d, Hen[i, ofli itsae, I !or k, e, Pivinh!r, V R. Sate Se- : : 8 ; : : : :1( a 1027
th,.t oo ,nl tteU wh0, were the bare naked question have voted against it. But he believed pu,,c a e. i ,h or l-.d P i Pa rkittle ,d lc- analS e : : 5
Oft u."iversal sugffcra pu, to thel ), Would vote in sentiment called for that a olition. By puklflicu .,,rl| It. .. ii 11o better th:1 'olin;rv to .wi'il, RnOi,,k, [' l d, ali, Ros las i ll I, Smefoid. Fives : : : : : : :
its favor; and fie was very sure that its adoption sentiment he didl not mean popular celanor, but de,land the contributions of colbrid person 'i Rl 1moiltd, Scheinck, 5eclv, t. Smith, Slhrk City Loen ixes : : : : : : : :'
was nout expected, and would notot meet ltie views tile sober and deliberate sense f i he coetnie nlunin l : wardsderlr'rii' h i m; p lic bu] thelUbt i tlb arid ala l ln haiae ,,,.aillu,' ,i i,. ''T: hnI.Id'll.i l 'ave', lTell Eyck, _- Fives, old : : : : : ;
of theru constituents. alad ho did thllk, lhat gcIithtfmen should distin- tilfe !o disi'raluc',ise them. 'ownhl y. '!', owse, nd, 'J'il)ip, Tulfic, Va tii Flee. A. ,o. "exv : : : :
M r V 1, t h e o r e p l i e d t o a s t a t e m e n t m a d e g ni s h b e t w e e n t h e m I. HI e e l ie v ed t h a t ts h e p e o I 'I 't l e' c o n vi t itae aiii n r o .e re p o r i e d p r r c s a n d W e l' s t e v \ I K<> elI. eoo st itr Y aw<-s YBi.ie.- fit t 3 a k : : : : :. 0a 1
y e s t e r d a y b y h is h o n o t a b le a n d v e n e r a b l e f r ie n d p ie o f t h is s l a e f i. c II1 %,. m e e t il ;gu o f lt h c lio I h', V. l \V hlev t ,r s a e n t wa r er u, i vh, a dw a r s F r N e w Y r k : : : : : : : : : : 11 4 0 2 a a 1'
floem Erie (Mr. Russell), u relation to the uxclu- vention, did not expol:; cro Is any thi,,g ,'i1 11n'2 hoflh whnvei u o: th w nnred ,to the( F.hi elDoel d imuo," h ac ni, ,ly, .td, ,, F Manhat:an:: : : : : : : : : : : 1274 a
sion of solrtiers who had fontht at Quebec and on thissubjeclt, h;,otha t ei litih e ds tioi, b.i:wlen (on uiitcrelaitivuto!the rightlofsn(r~ra KenlKin.. ..nsia.,. I.nwirnce, Lrllf..iMo.re Merchaots ; : : : : : : : I : : I offer-J
Stoney Point, under the btnuiis of Aloontgomery sei alorial -M& assembly votes should oe abolished ; '11)lA ., r]n i ''>Pilo Ilht" ,lh l, i P tump h,|' % ltervvf Meelhainj s : : : : : : : : : : 117' a 117
and W ay e. And he felt the necessity of do- this he believed %%aseti linitoef ll Ing (his, because such cases, urged by such gee- w as evident, and lie should not h,-silnile to Jeclare ,ion" r,.l.,ii>. ", th, '1 w ,|:iiia fiicallis 01f L"molr r' andm 11-i I.**.' -iw,, I. 1. I. lh 5 p rV 6 agg, America : : : : : : : ; : 1 : a |21
;., . : .t'l : .- ,I *-- e f j .I I. .I-l i i t l i t .-. i t ; I. ; ... l p ,m i ".;: '. . .. I t ,. i ,\ .. i I ,' S v l v e w ) V ; u B e r e t V a n H on e Ci t y : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 0 2" aL 1
,ip~ it.,l, ".'lv,,,.- .t........... li....,.i !" -):- !.. 1-; I:,i VI,,,(ln B llela 1 3 I-.,11 11l 'a' ,, !. ..;.:.% ..: .IV ano e (
t o m a k e a d e e p n d ld l us t g in lp r e s s io n B u t ;i l n o t q u a lifi e d t o e x r C is it ho e le 'c ti v u p r iv ileg e, ,S ] ;h a i |] r r etc r r (- di to 'h e w n in il e e o f tih e wh ,, V : V ,'crSs ,.) 6a ;, l ilet iih v c r, b e r ;,I ) 111 liu if s ea mr \r a1-- : : ... . : 0 I I
thoucgl a regard for them did honour to that gen- and ouosht nut ttereftore to be allowed to vote.-V.- .....i...In llii- x-culiv-, d,.p.,rlniu w. t I : I a1.
tlemat1, yet it was the duty oftile convention to This was un libel on ltie l pcoplh- it u %as a fact :k'.It. ( .t i ;.;;. ioto oiin l ih e of lli deot I' 'it "", 1 lm u,'1 l 'E. \\ i tn W ds, N i : : : ; : 101 a 104.1l
guard against tle admission of those impressions, which every one knew to be well establish(-d. In whoh- ,n ht ndh, : !:-d Muq,.,sofvc!tcrdav, Mr. '*d -5. Illi,':il:.', Olicn -
N W\illiam, inillib(. h'air. "'filheceminirttee thenirest'; 1 reported progl'ess fand New-York : : : : : : : : : : 1113.1 a 1"16
which sympathy il individual c,,ses may xcite. hts opi ion gaullei. .ein deceived themselves c the i' t, Mi'" alio'n .':n'] v,!dec- a> oeci, tid raltt.la of rh "bainred lh:ai'e lo sit a;aiRi Adjouirned. "' tI Hope : : : : : : : : : : :
It was always dangerous tolegislate upon the im- subject of universal suff.-age. Heenteitained wo vn.f ol'vsItrd.-. fi -rIking, outlih words s r 1f Oceanr : : : : : : : : : :. : 93 a 96
pulse ofindividual cases, where the law about to f'u-'s, that it would endanger our liberties; al- oildii, 1i w I v'. American : : : : : : : : : 140 offered
he enacted is to have a general operation. W ith though he thoi;;ht it would be extremely i:nidi- Al yov l,. H %%. v,-t.,,|,!;;,r,,, o ,en.o idlr the vote ;-- F'rai n lhe .oston D)aily! .l4c-rliscr e /*',"alurdhty. National : : : : : : : : : : I ,). a 125
IThe Imi'ond a Pilql c cs teeITved [by the Lontdon P, pacific : -: : : : ..:.:.:.:.:I', I a 931
reference to the case four soldiers, the people of cio ns. T he vie w s w which had been entertained ltt 01" '; "h "*"rke ;si,, t he ,,lt- \';gd i tie r y .\. .. o ., .h
ihis state and country had certain ly redee umed and expressed of the futl re in ,.lligCncee aM n pu- |Wi ll IM e as ni ut c 'hho e,! to Vol"' ait, [}tl-0 Who (]I acket,i dto not coot ai u any tortbtr hiu sligea ce n ll Union : : : : : : : : : : :
them selves front tile imputaitio that republics HEty of ihe pople appeared to him visionary. He I aSod;o y d u ty y' 1 ); hp oeti ie lt: ilu iou l was ut ;el action ilerule (I if rielcesw h t we c enpy r usst e glis-nd he M tUnaited : : : : : : : : : : :one
are ungrateful. With au ir orable liherality, adverted to the picture which had been drawn nf: .A ;ai.In.ted dl ts4:i 1if on a que-ioa lof- ordi*r eV '11a1 gives -dte noore authentic. intbrmatioui than 'VWashingtoo : : : : : : : : : 134 asked
they had bestowed the military lands upon them ; the future gromi th of the sta;e : and t) li ivl J s t I I t enid ] ,;I i;;ie "tl -,, 's i, 1 ,,1.1. i- ,: t'tt, l ei.' \V uhad lit'e l rv e r ie'ro eiv o of tite state ol'all'irs in llike Ea le : : : : : : : : : : :
fuid to gladden lite cveimig of their days, had anticipations would be realized. Io smdhi ,111 : h 5 ..rpr, iili,.ii'll. > V', i i r,, lh, i',r.idOlele l m ] .rea\ and sio.sho s-,|a f tlhes cess ulthe ciiecks had (G lobe : ; : : : : : : : : : 116 a 1li7
provided them with pensions. Few ofthuse pat- crease of poPUlltitii, collected as they woo b it Ch< :rmaal louk po r hel ,t-%1 n .. i~ d.'r I IId i.( i th1 been grcealy exaggeralod. Franklin : : : : : : : : : :
riots were now living ; and ofthatfew, the hurn- into large citis, we rutst look for a common l|U,-iiiim o,1 poilm)ii,g tlle ant -i-wiu I i \i i. 'Tall LoKIto v A eg. 19. Mechanics: : : : : : : : : : 120 a 121,.
tier was yearly ,limiaishing. Ih fifteen years the share of ignorance, vice, and corkuptiin ; anei it it),:d.I. ws- w a',. In (hIfd r. Greece.--The following letter, which is fel)m Mercnhalis : : : : .: : : : : 103.t a 103l,!.
I .,e q u, v.- i ta:s thei ati,-e nd ,lid c iud d fintshe a lookstrespectablesourcer colliahls tl~uCh Vahla- 1;'ul~ton ; :I:.:.:. : : :.
,ra ve w il h a v e c u v e re d a ll th o se w h o n o w su r- w a s o u r s ,-l ei m n df ly to p ro v id e fo r th is st ,i te o f a r'e T !,ei 0t 1 mt st he s t e, o la f rs m Gc e M a n h t ta n : ; : : : : : : : 10 7 a 10 8
vive(L W as it not then u nw ise to lha zard a th iuo s. W e had ani 'pip at,! corruptio u, by en ah irm ni '- Iiti l e "e 1 ti rril tio n oil the started o a f lit,> s ill G reeces '. i *
wholesomne restrictive provision, lest if) its opera- pre;.sing an naY, ilingoesSItO trust too n(00 iC to M1v'. \i nelr's nclrled cIn-. s'lnte, ,iaLU 14. ti m e rru es I give El rl,,. A, 1.
Lion it might affect te.ese few i~ndividualsfi" a wV-" theilegislature. He couluthd with av,,wirg, Mr, Whee,: would d the comnilee hil you an a,*co"l't OlMr. -Greeu, the Einglish Con- Bills o [,ond 0 daysr t ;: : : : : I09
rv short time? He would add nomore. -.Hisdu- tiat hbe should not keelto the idolto t ie, uiversal nul oin ie. ,;il:uihIheretsoIs whehie l.duc- having bfen tot Iatra- r e nsis ot June, inwit FriteRgoerane n : : : : : : 9 32
.old noe,, thi o sa l ssrsta-II; ai il:; : ..j 1, lt j .,\,)I i,, o i er f % ol
tv would not permit himl. to say less. suir.rtege, whatever might be the popular rbluni r ed lil h n i t1.);;, f i;, ;uiirin!jea[. iAe ,; as i l';n fo l ." ,t of ine.t of wear ons stiug Of the .e\,ou- Ai stewidtin : : : : : : : r3.1,
One word on the maiain quesiien before the corn- il fitvor nfit. o;- ioii rrrsal suinffrai,-, V.ill sl.it i"o cr!li:,T <;I!,(! ii, t lin I- ti r eire, -44 guis ; Cambrain, 50 ; Spay, 20 ;-- Bremen : : : : : : : noa e
iittee. W e had already reached ihe verge of Air. Edwards said the right ofsoffreiglas tie !11 re 3r o ii c lu e10L ll' a:1 l(ruoe was I s en-t, 13 t *>,ifr.o ;ii iio lur, I (3. This squadron I K O T.
universal suffrage. There was but one step be- basis of our pouiticafabric,cf and th l ue regIO la- \Vash10 t ". i tw-'lh, s gi yond. And are gentlemen prepared to tike that tioun ofit was he most important questi,,, which lre u. tda ;lilt a ado were o S uspekd uantations respecting Outrages cn oatsitted by itge ;
s tep ? "W e were cheapening this invaluable had or woul come before this conveutihn.. l e : 'd. M r. i'ileii-.r aissemed to tie p.'opriety of lli a haTdr als o.-nt her & i nt oa s STATE NO T ES.
rign t. Hli t v as disposed to go as far as a ny m an thought there a uir of 1p ush ing tllis | s uagc;- u.e b ell had als e aio t r obje et- th at o f e onvi ecing 9 N ew -Y rk C ity N notes pa r
i tihe e:tensiou of rational liberty, bet lie coull principle too l';ir. l e dihclaniid any sseiliews [ ,l I rl YHI thee'; lien inevd tO fill the first lI!,iik] wilh the Greeps that their proceedings were taken no- ken a
not consent to undervalue this precious privilege, in favor ofartificial distinciiou in society ; but he two, andileSecound wilt O!eIIS lei-ili.s ol residence,. ceof. The :d!cla had left Patias, with troops Jacob Barker's ,,,,, hl,;. up
so frir as to conlelr it with an undiscrinnnatn (g did believe that there wrile maoy viv'i were not .,eI ad i h jlul i .ov rd to fi .. I ,ll,. fl.", ei h llr fae & for Il be ot tile n et got pa NIsstihe wr which was wi uth red lil a iulpiy do.
",and upon very one, black or whirt, who would qualified to exercise this right. In his vivw tax- ,I,,,], i ltd tile \ .i.ks werehe ,,.-.- al 1 'ed 1` the L 'panio gand sailed, to the Dar dav elles at Bins Aoatr y or
lie klij d enough to condescend to accept it. action as ,d repreoselutation ShOL;! 'o d in bind. 1Id,I)rI ,'l.nt t to the Greek vessels at Banks 111' Albay Par
S iVr. Fairlieproposedthe tollowiug amendment, le pointed outu ihe evils which i would folliw ifthe 'If. 'x% tirelerproeqed.d, concluded lhis rti'tats Galuxi,,hi, wherethey found about 80 hips in all, Bank of Troy 1pa
;o provide for such cases, as had been mentioned elective privilege should 1e c~ur, ie In such an Air Pl~m w,ts |]|;os!d [o the ainnt.i1ci epn ]o t dly three of thenr were armed. The W-Hy- iohawo auk o fill Mietdy p1r
by tilt! gentlemen forom Niagara *-id Delaware : extent as had beel contended f.r. If we sowed t ie 'o und thal it wi.s il flavor of utic,e.l sff ez e drio es, Sperziots, aId Ipsarots had aban do and ans bu r S ank par
e I I )r Bank of Newburgh if not signied with red ink, patr
' And) all persons weviserxed in the army or na- Life wind, we must reap Ihe whirrlind. hl were tv le dwielt. tur siie tiae up(i f'e Idalares (-f lh thlir attak on l Paas nod Lepauto three days I
Ci .:,l.! o tl, t oestre a s Do. sigrned with.red !ill( per at. fis.
lv of the United States ill the revututionary wva r." unamving tl e consiutnell of ir fathers, .ui dall;daleeld and ut re[ly !u lellereiii' wlhicll SPd b f,'et and had suited for Hyra, after 27 days Du. payable at ithaca 4 do.
" ,ftg I',11h"uf oni Messrs. \,ou,,a Whceeler. tie iluught sp..ul in doing nothing. They had two of their ,' i,-,,.-,,, Warren 5J a 55 do,
Ali'. 1'-ian .N ssspoke for some lite oi t ir tllit to the l ime [)k il been -I.. I .t. IU 5e a 'i t, do,
nlatiou o;" lhe nrigt of suffrage. He thought s4aid of theluture. He believed the lite M si,,e t w d <.c uuder Laepa nor.Ars who ooild Ihr igs u der Lepano. After delivering tie- ,
.L vora bly of the a me dm ent an I "'ed by the ^ u- c o, rhen osturioiy wo d look to ihosu w ho nc is rate ad seill ill thili. s t te.
n fo a n hd believed that .t .. i o posed ... II ;.,,,.I *s benefactors to M1r. uinig folhl wed it a silu'cch ofceuihr1 ral, I despatches to the person iul command, to be sent ilutdou bank il (4).
-roperty oeght to be imade a qualificaititta lfor st1te. ,,; ited le comutit e. would rise 1ie v ; as that question had beeii decide',, anJfenortthat m ,e m ibers might cominune togeth- trdb a t-- t:l Ikepubhic hthoellsshuli eni l Iti ;. I aixy;fiter bsctu ee of si\(ays. Capt.P llew r e, e I -MiddleDilstrict CIO.
Votin ; but"^ ^ I- I I e r ;O r I fil I ,,, I
I. .-a 11rg .Bank of' Nia~ga ra ,97, do.
HI ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ \vsbln oaqisai h n2b~n u rfrafw y.o.ufaISahlute at Patrns, fat fill)request of thee ummna- '_'e- C ,vBan_' _d_

-titute !or tls prieciple in IIs op ,,,htu w as a h u d p,,, ed; wcresettlcd.' I. re.p y t th~egeu le, t>.^,. a d restore ihes.<.a ,, .,s tw .,s ,,,,a. ,,t aa -. tta ~ sone tiue as U usef lPa cha \ h had L'ent d i Sank atC herry Valley } do.
; on .g r e s id e c n ,e ,>l t h e. s t a t a a d h e \\ a s t p e a s e d 1 n a l lI ro n m N e w Y r k ( M\ r E d w v; r d s ) lh e w o u l d r e v e r s a \ ,, *,_ e .I: ;, 'e ~'r l h, ]'^ "; L dn a p ; o o L lo n l r t r n d L ;
witin Iti. pruposilion, making tme trmn o resi- m'tk, that he appeared to adv- cate priuciplesw!hich i ex, 'c ing;ltis stinimet dv dtlaa. st"h \vi; h all the l~ Lulli-.rs and thir~L fatinihes. Thiu C'olu hia[T.i lccvahles n do.
,:,.-c t, 'e ,! '. yetlS. This regu atiou wouhd ex- wouhd dislralchlie^ na,:y persons wh'1o werenentitled a .n ,;d ,e,'*, ari a:iq /l ts,; sal',ag; ," Lulltitls h,,d been be~sieged very chosely by about tHndlsnn do. ,Si/ d.i
t.ludt un,,,ny p(ersoils w;,.d cousutiltd a fhoating ti ot y h prviin' s o h e )^reseutconsttutioao were a'r ig vr tu l"-"" "^H~ tu" '^Y uch leu'^i -lilt e OS and *' JUU nmea fro,) (2epahonia *!" e Iu (i.
t..!I amnmI ltegnlma rm ^ ^ ;,:"*,* n^;yuo^ lt'lU^ Lllhots selt, to P'atras Ibr assis.anc-ll, b,.g- 'Dutari";;1n at^ ditt do,
tlc:awvare n detail, and poiuled tuut its defects, ^ ^ ^ ^'osiuinacpal ,M',I*sl*" -{P"^," *.dnnad ; p,,,sinl corrpt and ys,.,l-le ther. eosttuio aeetal thuh t.o emll ai'l ha hee er''e I |h ...
'*'he. tualiieatu on derived l' nd,,ru edl..n, :do t,!iao tluLy was ,he highest Mr. Spencer said he hadl not trouble 1 the cout- nte \\cd h repr, eP attS u m',>,?t" lit ,' t ;u ^,,- Pa^.h weu", re "he in Iers"", w'ith It22 Pl t.hrh oe ] a" 1 do.
,,.ih,.h.) ., bcee introduced. lT he aumeud mreut of nil~tee since the vote on his pro position was taken, i. I'e tv.' il Wh l o tax s '.\ r il osed n men, and upon his aur~eel a b .tUtle w as fou ght, E W,-JERSE Y NOT hiS.
t ;,e ge,.n..l, an, h'o n, \V a sh,,,.s on w o ull iecludle ills cond uct ha d not beeu aud lh e ho pled ,t w would net thi st t ? \ as ,le no r ,e ee o 'i'h. r- th c^ L a th ots a lta ncki ng o n1 one sid e, an d th u trl^ ,, )er:.-.,y I;an k nar
t l[ h e c~ u s -,e s n tt ,o t le e u {[e m a a freo m D e b e n fl e n c d y 1 ^ th a t d e i i u l e h o ;n d a o p e rle ,|,,,,li c ,, ,i ,,u h ad a hl wa y s b u e a a o d i .,u s fe f P .tr s ,n th e o th e r. l[ h l nO llS d i dt b ,; ,a [I ,^k t ut e a rk p a r
...w a r |n p r op -se .. to e x te u ,I tire rig h t o f su ff ra g e to d i c h rg h i. d u ty I^ h t 11.d ly^ a n d* o n c e t u iy t in tilef c ust iute t ; a n d1 a s it t. o u id b e :/ ,,>a v e x e c e ttt w it t ; ,i g u n a s th e h a al ,, S ta te lk nk a l yE l ., ,],,>tb't om v n a
tttbi WoulJ !-.-rtei,,re stup.-rcede the tuecessity el' wh te e e ight be then res^ ,, l-J e, lnne at \ i .it avt y s; prupur;,llu f ol he pejrines, i;,udt.,s, bu lie (dag d h a at lhe |,ead (}rhis Ifel, H.n .irt al.. tit., aT ?;c -lirunlb'wick !_ l,t'r Cl. ( ie.
hris am.ul,,ct. The a<,nendments adopted by wasiu aor ofstrikugnt ...1, h, ,'I]. ^, ,d.. ^^d^It would Ire ttbu'le ")u heLllo atacig h Mra~ a hos,,, lis ( ewedik.,
:,is. nrcentioa wouidbsanetioued by the peo- what a prpoe to be inered Making tlhe Mr. Bae :@.ee that we were aat,uo, lhi,, r,!e .,, unii t~hf.,,ore became us to act wtti ,,,,utngof ateuemoent a qtlalificatioo for voting, was thla ylbl tih |^, alO,: '^ n he shtt l) nlve uskets, and lutLlt,. loniants ,o hg.,1. The. eou- Nuse B?,^ank r~tn :a
,h t r d ",u t io o a l d ,i ,-cu~ t u p <.ct lo n H e a p p re v e ry n b j ec t ie n a b le it h a d le d a n d w o u ld le a d to ,, e s p :,a s -d u p n ,1' f ie i~ e o f1 th e c o la ln it e e e~ e ,l ,,,et' ,a ue w va s t n l,t 1 o v e t t tl ',), e e l' t h ( ; ,c e~k s P -2T t ,i ,, *, ,,l[) rt y .i)K .
h,;mie.! if" w: ,e'tb would yiul.i a little, we might niany frauds and fr'equeut perjuries As lolr thy ( It) explain ihe re(.a ,ousoftlie vole i e inirm,. d (.t andho ia s, abeut .;-50 be'in.. put to tipe sw.r, l ar ^ I ,,'l ',.. .,er el dt;
act \,ilh una>.nimiy, clause, which itwas proposcdtlostrln eout,itevident- gi,,e un th,.s questi~oa w'hicbuilah othc;i ,s 2\r1. Platt ,tousht it was very important that opposeit. twas au abse ufr^ itoca!lwokig tht^ '^K nle eatre hat, oin hil ef'oth;; into tt elcl t,^:aka Mut
tlhe qu!,l~fi.',tii:ii of vu-ters should be fixed with ot t'he highway a tax--it \as a nmere personal ser- a,,ul,,ii,,g tlire at eee wntuii 'et ,' d [v. th *" .,eudel~t(a *u ^ 11i1" "i;l.'sd u d- ('..nlcl bau o / crG /., "
preci..-iou L.. t;.e eonstltutiot!, and that nothing vice lequn'ed to be perfiu'med. This and similar fro.,m, "\Vashumlo~t~ou tlie alouad li,; ev^.rv esecmnal tinn. Thle "Turks returned to P.I ras.-- i- ah.. i -., i., t D.ank I ^.U'
ehiouha be hicft 1:1 the legislature. That depart- propnsttions had iuduced IfiraT lo ofat' his stlhstitute, euaaiitiuenut t u ni\,trsal strll'ai.' In d ht'cu atralld last acec unu ts they hiid ,>boiut t'i0U0 teen the>re.-- ,, k" at e-"a"n }i. *r ;t'
Oiitut nftlhe government wt ? w asfuetiatittg, attd lie- with the hepe of ireserviug one ranch of hgovernl- ;ido~ilc'd, i he >v,,is inl favur ujf iprovidt,.. thl~ te,|'i They uec-e dist.<:;-cd for conrr bul lbad SuLtH 011';i *;* ,a~ it' thi iu "*. 'ar'""
bi, lehigh pai'v cxciie.oe~t ; add it would be elit.1 By the decision of tile conveutiou he had ,,fresidoace tlic.llie h t ..iaieud,,i tteut-oileapl~ii<.u t1iri uf thco' i(,ops tu atlacid, tile 1-^i~ p. 'i'ne. ih rlirund' 13uk f lw ienh*c~ :,
b'>irni a g r u >e tu ti il lep w teel couvicted or an elror; atl it was uothis in- M r. St.-j eee aioved tu iuseel 111le word w~liii ; !iui l )at-h;i 1s a niaui tul-iiitdiuu lrel fotur'r e ,K v,'ll~as ;(,[ lcl].ii..n Fat.i-" ^ !* i.''e- ,i l,
..r of regdabte. right ofsuffr'age anyfar~her ufhiheorblboy,^ tsnywishnuowwas, '; ss^ 'v[! that ltieaceoth" lrbrueo the *lmese.-^"un ^ ^ :. ;? ,., ^tafr, l 1 i
than v, es,.,-lp,.nsablynecesary, ltedisagreed t' .. fl~ ;,,,;, ;-, ., ....',,. dg t ere Sh ^ n~de~~i I'*ve ^ of soalo ats of tht. L'tl1tt cb ielty ile! b3 ***e I'a,'ians, iN"1to"** t't ue^ '-;:n ." -:'
will, tke ,cullh,,nan from Coumluia (Mr. Van '- ," u.... .",-'- '"-.I"-''l''.,,,. Ca)" "thatshoul d neudmecnt, let disliked othes. Heu^ d ^ luau or ca~stl u the Moreca has h~tthe..t' b.,uu ,,k(..n MA-..A(-5;AiU-:!'"i";':.
j' ass) tltat ... ir.'i[zce. should, he. inade ahinost. the do.credit..to lthis .. .... ..body, and consult t *e welfare of the prefatory reinarks, .ind gave; euiice of ls i |euti iin hy tlle Greeks, Iul. it is probi h i>> tirit tiif '"rtks 1Bu~on Eanks -;1 pmr '. (,;.


sri If<" -I iti,: it on !ofor vot i nga, Lersoi s m eight hnave state. 0 1 W e shoul d recollect, t lhat th a t e he- f I a p r e, toaeru0ll t- (,'.
presided Io'.t i hn dll state, whho wre wholly un- world were upon us, and that this was another cx- to meet ilhe objects whch i llh had in view. sin, ind Nav.rn, as ,they w reU 10' ther laist -x- Llamt'shirc 1Bank, ait Noris rn Ja k,.
p rm nSatle),). h S o
,,uaiified to exercise the elective franchise. Mr, pell ent, whether a republican government in its Mrh Plaitt exp;aieed, and Messrs Burrouulhsa.d] tedity. I Ihiukh lievertt, that thev will hlVow m-'cvsler I Eank d
aiude-lito the remarks of tite gentleman from Puriy couhd long exist-shuuld we .all, the enemies Yonag made furtlier teumarks in support u1f the a- u. the lastlas .:nd attett lo cut their w iv t, Other Ltie- 1 .
Dwhe, (Mr. Liv,,ngto,,)1 ,-h,, i,, an air H'r:- o ourform of government would mock at us. In his meendanit. l
ou~cbes~s (M.-.Lv~ne-.ion,) wupiuion we should adop t it as a general rule, that Mr. Kent opposed the amendment and assemned Pti'ra o'r kipliss. r.othcr ll t caitulate, as o,,,-/;,,,.,,,., ,to 1,
dhcule. spoke- el ihe l.ugr, cities whncth were here- thoe s l o e vested wi thteelective privilege, tie grouad t|hat the pritcipe it ,uat.h(ed was t' Lhey knuw tba fate that oul" await them Si" f-a" 11 .1. "t d.
i!ir 1., ;cn< op it) thiis st 'ie. That gentleulan who would It thle most likely to exercise it with in- emtensive tha llie reciprocity heiween iatiii ad i so doling. RHOfE ISL.N".
i.; .0 o t0e 0elen i~is,;;;'.,n ii regard to the western dependence and disc.ctiou. Itwas upon Ihisprinciple Ire resentekti forwhich plorlers cttey h actually roasted tlhe PIv r Ik ] *i. (i
;, l-deb l.d,,i At ...eVt vhpf rrleiac..ie!. p'l 1
pIj, :sof th- st te, amid L'e believed his vicws would Ile voted against persons of coiwtt., entlemeun fad The prop)csii Yo r",a.utdt a\'r, -t.''tk lv b lw e is utu Ct~i ,t.. t.


3:t1liargtaow .s Vi"t;uds-r 1-. ;i t ', ra,.
!.NNn, V.,N .....
SPhll-'nclpliiaiCity Batnks p,:> ;- do'
I Silver Lake noteS, 5\o ;.' t.
I" .. ,I', %,, Bank de,
Harrisburgh, a 1.. da,
lUakll of Delaware Count.3, 1 i do,
13a111k of Clheser ( !; .i do,
Farntr's Barlk, of Rucsk Cotm a; ,6 a ;> ;.).
New Ho.irt Pl~l .1 : '.,_ t'oinp"'''i. i .t ].;' (:,.
l iank of ,.,..%...... .w"'s"
towvn I l a *. n,

I;'am]er':tBianl; **>f D-1t1 t : t..i p ,." er C1 d:"
W il iniison, tiIi P ,' J *2 Ji,
Oth llmvrrc-.w ,' -, 5" a' 2?"' t"'.
MARYLARD. -
iBaltinforeCily notes l a I tdo."
A fi_-polis and [-Ir iches i? a 4 l'),
Qttl,r A'arS-kmd notes t'l'criainh
COLU!i3[A DI-;,TR;CT.
B ualn N o'te s o f I ,,. ,I' 1 ".. a p r c t '
Meclhanics 'i .11' 0 do.
Mferchantts I"ml i '.I 1, 'i ',,L nos ls
Franklin ltaal tllcei lain
VIRCTNTA.
Ban'; of :.,. its Branches 1 a !i' permc. di?.-
FitUiii''sBantl& its Bramclh" "I do.
V Blley Bank 2.4 a 31 do.
Uncharter'fe! Banks uncertain
NORTH CAROLWNA.
State Bank of Aurth Caroli1,a and its
Brances 2' a 2.1 do.
Newbern andCaipe Fear 2 a 3 do,
*Souh/ Carolinat toles 1 do
GEORGIA. .
Savannah Bank3 1; 2 rlo.
Augusta Baoks ]I a 2 dio.
\ .... i,',--" ,i ., ril; 360 a, 75 do.
"t i ..i.i. i\t ,,,.," .r,.. Fire Iusu->
,,1 F, r i1 3 a 5 dc,

JVew Orleans Bunk Vote t I a 2 do.
Natchez. 2 a 2.1 do.
Satte Bank of Tennessee S25 (do.
State Bank of Kentucky 25 do.
Ohio uniicertain
Montreal Bank, 1 a ; Bank of Canada, 1 a 1-
Kingston, (Upper Canada) .2 a 2.j
The Board of Health adjourned at 25 5 minute
past one o'clock this day. Thern was no new case
of Malignant Fever reported.
A ? R R I E D.
On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. PoweL.
Mr. Lawrence Laira, to Miss Elenor Moffitt, both of
this city.
At Bushwick, L. I. on Sat.rday evening last, byh
the Rev. Dr.John Bassett, Mr. Koert De lievoise, to
Miss Magdalene Van Cott, daughter of ,acob Val)
Cott, all of tlhe same place.
DIE .D,
C,, q, ,,' 1 ,;. Mary, the wife ofV~n. P. Robil.
sop .,I,- l ..4, illness, in the 42d y ar of IhB"
age.
On Saturday eve uiug, M r. Reuben F ,. ," '.
At Bushwick, (L. 1.) on Friday'las'. ,'.l,- .,,,"
A un Tyrell, in the 21st year of her age, of a Iinger-
ing illness, which she bore with fortitude becoming a
christian ; peaceful and happy in her last mooeats,
every blessing seemed to smile upon uier-every hope
seemed cherished with a full prospect of future hapl.
piness
At Philadelphia, on the 2Vth Sept. Mr. Geo'rg
Helmhold, printer, ill the 43-1 yearof hisage.
At the house of Dr Murray, twelve miles helmv,
Richmond, (Va.) Captain OtisgSoule, of the ubrl
Romulus, of Duxbury, Mass. I
On board tlle U. S. schr Hornet, oS' Pernsacola,
Lieut. Jos. Cassin.
At Nantucket, on the 20thi ult. Mfiss Maria Folger,
aged 22years, the only daughter fNi Mrs Susan F'i- '
get'.
At New-Orleans, Mr. flenry F(ster, of the house
of John Brandt & Co; ; Asa Beebe, of Connecticut.
aged 30.
In East Florida, 10th ult. Hon. Thomas Fitch,
late of Massachtusetts, aged 4.5.
.ARI1 ,VED NL.A"Ct" OLR ..'I.,.
Brig' Palriot, Baker, 65 ,1- ,,- '" 1,4, Lborr.
5;'',ttr~ y v;L k m-iles a. E. .,i, .. .r UlwI k sawx F,
wreck. Capt.8. has experenced constant gales
for the last four weeks-lost all his starboard.
bulwarks, water ways, &ec. Capt. Bker was&
politely furnished wvith the folwiing Whaleme;&
off lthe. 1zores on ihe 9tlh augustt, by Capt Hitlehl
of the schr Telemarlits, of Feified :--Ships
George 8L Martha, no oil; Mid[s, o: N. Bed-
ford, do; Timberlaue, do Pacific, do ; Colum
bus, do John, of Boston, do ; Dawn, of New-
York, do ; Richmond, of N. Bedford, do ; Her-
aid, do do ; Independence, 68 bbls oil ; Ann Al-
exander, 150 ; Martha, no oil ; Milwood, do ;
Viclory do ; Good Relurn do ; Abigail, do -
Wilmington & Liverpool Packet, do ; Barclay,
(to. .Vanhlucket ships-Com. Decatur, 1025 bb'lf
oil : Juno, nothing ; Nautilus, 90 bbis ; htdian
Chief, 50 ; Industry, 70 ; brigs President, )W-
thing ; Protection, do ; Planter, do ; Armstelti
do ; Indusry, (of Wesiport,) 60 bbls ATelema-
chus 69 ; Polly &, Eliza, 75 ; Laura, nothing ?
Eliza Baker, do.
Brig Victory, Wilson, 13 days from Havana,
with sugar, coffee, logwood, hides, sugars, &c.
Schr Amn-Eliza-Jane, Nicoll, 27 (lays fron'.
the cily of 3t Dominuo, with m(oho%,.a--.uy, &,..t
AFszze nf Bre, a., Jor the ensuing week.
Supf. Flour, insp d 48s. per bbl. 5io oz. Ibr ii'3 ets,,
Do do '21:3 .cts.
Do nixed with fine Indian, .5 t 1t cts,
Do do ,29 6i ets.
Do mixed with rye flour, 7{, 12, cts,.
Do do 36 6j cts.
Rye Flour, 26s. per bbl. 81 1.2I cts.
Do do 1401 6 cts-
JXO. FLEMING,
sept 129 City Treawurci,
TREES, &-c. FOR EUlROPE.
'. .I. ""--"' l"*'* ii .^.. .. L U-
.'-'..-... ROPEAN TREES, SHRUBS
:- .-" ,', 'o'^. '*" & PLANTS, have cultivated a.
"*" -, ". '" great. iumnber of the most vatu.
able qmcrian varielits ofAP-
PLE, PEAR, PEACH'-& PLUM
,..'4 "L-.:.'-- THEES. Also, a arcatvarieY"
of AMERICAN StIPLUBS & PLANTS--alloai
which are of a proper size to forward to any"
part ofi' K'iope or America. They pack them iii
the Umo.t peosfect malan!,, t so a? to he ser~tt to an'"
dislniecr wilh safety. The proper timte toremove
t!>em wvil! be> fi'oal lite "iytho Ouf )oilet'.
Orders fur Trees, A&e, left at- their ^Xursery,,
frontiang Ihe. River, !,lhsbing, L. I, or \v.ith Scssis

No, 1-16 PEA.I-L-STRF ET, NEW-.-YORK,
Wvili be attended ao, aud lil<; T're'ls: &c. eareflir-
ly pac-kean!.id deliisere~l at .New-Yerk, b'j wvater-
iieet of f'rcight,
'CArTAL OGt]F mia ny be had at tlhe Jf~urscrg, o:
of Messrsf:. ll'nii ,'" -[otwcn.
BI,:NJAMIN tI,iN7CE $- CO.
K,. B. F.ar salet as ahuve, 10,00.0 inoenlate't,
,AC( o Tt .E.^, in thle eoest hefaltby state,--,
A!?oe, i(nO[.)cle~nl S!lVER. FI;S,' or' BALM Oi-
GILLAD, a ba";util'Hl Or;' amcinfol E.t'e:r("en.
; sepi ".',i-CL SUI
f O C O L'XT R V A ,-- A. 'T-
; ., sab~i':iber ba? extendecd iris Lih~e ,r.
.-2!- IN l.A."D?.'.l ,AVIGAT;ON\ HY "1'[';:?..]
cU .'; i"A .' ^.,,' f':)ii Uth~:a to A at\;i!.y by tlie A; ...
h i^'.k itiver, aiid theu~ce by t: liie ul' sluo.p? :
i ;w-\c;,k ; hy w hi':cl nric~ts It*: in einabled "*
i~~~~~~ :ru;tr .i n iO -_Cfi tlt a u;.,, ,"
; e- f ;u- ii:'ie, anii) ';it~l 2no0,c e-'ipci o;1-i:j ihitt .: .''.


Pev, :'!,c,:i:. ,,C! ". carry to ;Iv p,' 9 ,
I, b-2 10u-: i ()!. 1i1.
7' vzsrb. .A D a v7;," .' .are hl, atng I-,;..-
Vy, Wh~o wi~l '-)r;vad t:v t,,- I -uld him e :
C iut::.: .. 3' c-:........,...
2'!,; .:,m,. i'., i 4au~ Sk} If p ,d 1 -
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havc\'. r( Suiteud i['o{in fie !t,1 y \wh i'i hi, t; to oT here we re sIX I)CfL ]u Ibz] In tile tit ts i le Iltle ; : c jal ko~ a y w o rtil prou ce of tiC l e wes t'tern al(i ele yl( Medic > ... .. i ne.J MC an~ly
p!itce ? The coilvl',uioo is eid of mevtihin io live boys escaped unhurt.-Mr. Wilson ranidl his southern parns of the town. For thei privileges Ceritficates of 1 ti .. I my each holtle.
,1uile, omet ii Atgou.st ; but it Now tlleet( nU oil an wife, and his soil Joseph and his ,ife, were taken 0 of Fishig, Fowling and the Illel- S of ( ila hinel ,'. l, i I I. 1 E. i1li.
tn d,!ispiuted righit ; liml p eop eI have I, t ]itii ilttel, fie o the rltin ., ,; uch bruised and w wounded, ex it !i, surpassed by 11 -* place il the i ll'co nty. n fl he year wiclh i, 1 as seized u nh an in atlama io 1 .. ~ -, ii r' i i' oil'he liver, whhic candIbd {In adhieslon Lthat [tacrd
xpressed {ih-Ir Oprioiio :o) fafior ol :t couvielitiooi. cept iths. V>Vllson the elder, who is not iwh s t e- An lso a V alueble piece of b(le;epiceId`SPk Meadow, con- 1110 hli tVery (..A ] b ,tie MAlmost all kindsol
Tili, delay of two month? hi t)he ni(;w:!ig"o! tnie dally ily injivil. A cow standing io tile yard was wasvoihi.uttly situated, and within ile iloiarwro-r I a exeiciise caused pain ill iv side and breast. ntlshi
c.lt'lunti~ni ii tibe cu"y 'ivit'a tit bWj conli'i',ill- dhiveu by the ctll'-i.t a number eof rods and kl- nlih, of ht i alove pr'emlises, which wil lYie 01 r feoel situation I [ ominued tn d lii April, IS 19, when iv
'*d o0' ; but hi i y l op.iiiuk ai g rcaitl sLd S tari te, l led. Froul tis sceUu of dds'Olatioul we trace ilhe sixxieeu to eighteen load,., cough and hte pain in lily hbreat increased througil
pl.it', i 'le 11.[ wl''o prcle: vted Tornado to a large po di where a grca t f tllt. lity It til ahove i Farm and t Mleadow are not sold by ti(e u nLOrl ; mll ; lesh wasted, I gre% weak an, bou -
It i trIZO that a colsv(A,i ,l ill 1,,*;,3 ol hl l 01 of wo litwt r was taken Upt in fohite of' a water spoilt ; tile'Q5th of Feb. they will then positively be sold ed doe o aid hlo'.all hopesof ever llh,' ally better.
v,'i;;:loti. a F-,rc;';.,ii ;a[.;; i,- |ih' ,, i- pi That foi n thence to tile d>\elibng houe e of Ivir. l'lisha ill public aaucliti, either together or if sections, .)lOilAbott e rst of last OcIObe, i. ou pL -cha-ed at
-d I"Blalistown il 'h!r gs a bottle of'".'hktho~i,zd,t' ,C'ougiri
e~u~vcuiun-nino 'a ,-r .1o:--. ii.':[ d t! I O swo) .jccta, lBrown, ill which were hihtclf; his wikif and inlle as may suit plrc(iiis .S, For partictuars, enquire.
}),'e,opifrom which I found ablonst hnlntUdhite relhief
A,1,, they V,'rS t ,t, l e,. o, ni delay.-- childreu---lhis house was not entirey demolished of N. S MI'TH, New-slip, New-York ; to A- 'I i lfro tile nse of ti) bottles onlly! lily nlgs lat
l I CtUt I 11,0" cuo utionl,,o ixikt(d "'s to tli, rotoo- -it was tuInoofelid and othlrrwite damaged. 'The bIAiNl bSMIT i, aear the pitdses ; 6r the sub- restredmred to perfect soundness, f once more can ewa.k
tlrt cti ,li i : 1 :.ilit'lT, r : !t-n tis... ci ilitotioi! l I.) !'I all ofl tile Chhlney involved several of tihe fieily. scribir-h, ill y il iket, Brooko k aven. erect, and should hbe in perfect health, %tete it otf ior
Ho; 111t, ;,:>u.i to r< till:[,;'ii r.,presiitalioa, which i) tile ruins, one of whoul (ai daughter 13 years sept 20-C It&Stf SOLOMON SMITH. the adhlSion in Illy side.
>vas ;1(1T,; it. rah !(Iad :n.od r!;i. iruws i alio, of Uige) V.its taken out deed ; two barlnU were al- STEPHEN SEAMAIAN.
'Vre t!',I `l 0-l o' 0 1t n oa li,..;. [U.inder so ulir..l>d. The next buildings i clCourse were LET, Greenfied, Juhy ]4, l,;20.
!i:e r, j *cler ,! ill, U!io \Vlhi.!c e:..iltiutin uas lia- eo l)imns, belong lo ;M r. David Gule, and M r. ._ a lernt ofVeom s, Caution.-Sfe particular that every genuine bottle-
idet; i; t;u-JUddcilid ; ]ibl{r,;.:.>d..nttlJrtor h nol Bail, both cutirely destroyed : thatoftlhe i Till FPlito, M 'illand Malclhinery, at has .inderson's Coug'h reys" 'Slamped oi tlue
I ,oi, Or Vvh.t h i.l"t r of (on.Mdefable value. the Vill.ige of Cross River, in the town boltle and the directionar arc all signed by JAMI]
W' tS nl t n" '*r l~i fi!i i citd i.i, i r 1ill, tSailil, C o u'.tv Of W, Kst. CbItt e ,Ill r o a lLLt',;1_.
tU!iac'-l k follh,;n "t, u., It. Leaving [Va,iwiek,',the. tempest passed intlo O lhk~ee on dtaudf istChster; and I SldA'N.hltaeadrti yI.L.Shel'i
.lr h st. 'l ,c 1:"-,:;d41,mallt has Jsoee o.hri a ra I 'l still retai'log all its violence and sep-S e f New-Yt -. Saidl stad is ('onsid e" red ndwl-esteJandre taib o. hiefethls nl &
,.titd com,;i, heclu,;u thco,.,,.,.,<,dto i hewbill iu, Iniltseourse the large tavern house.,barus ttld one of the best io the country for CUrdhI rand fee. .eark Alstetob.y It.hM.sol.g&nwCh-
Ibrtii r,, a.,..,. i, e t!.u, or,.dy ,.,l Id, ll l eLot blacks it shop ol Capt. Moses Snith front their Cloth di'es Sing. Tile huildingswhich weie burnt 'ist1, Alhany Dr. Niven, y Newburgh ; T. (.
.ayi.,, thl ,a L>,,;,,,i,,!,, hi,, u,,-"rved ; wiry fouu dI.tions. So s oug was tlhe current in last season, !tre now re-building, and will be put Hart'& Co. Hartford, (Corn.); Palae!ete Potter;
11,xe e it h... p er rct e- ,'s 'ra opL' tid this plIce, that one chlrnlryy with a p t g'l order by te first of the season for dres- ,I,.. ,,... V'lilliatn S. Parker, Troy ; Cros-
to !I u'ucd '.!d ;;I .ow ;old at litue fotlUndation stones were swept off, and much of su Cloth. ,-"> pl>erty heing owed by M[ ,.. ,tkill; J. Je,,ny New-Bedfrd r,
P[I, i.as A raluihivs d ,J 'aia .rrir,,uedll ;n the cellar wall thrown down. There were 11 ("0 lS*' s wanted L0 b< leased to an approved work- f. l n[osn|,?o iew-Lomlou, ,(a011, ; 'rany t\
,imoat ol iact ; ile, 1,r,'at u!.jec t:ou v I t as to tile alUl- persons 1i. the house, w ho were scattered in differ- hilna" fo r several years- sutch a llOne applylilyng will I I ,,,' "' l- Cult [ t.; d (- ,a s s.;,
.e c o f it t d ire c tio as- -a y o u n g w om en l iv in g i th e fa in l e t C w i th "loh ellc o u ra g e n ie l. ,, 'R. I.h;,Ho tc h k i ss & D u ra n dl n e y P rvin i ei e
Mr;-. he. hod the hIon.r to stale to Oie Lott, iy aged 0 0 years, was found dead under the reb- ,For particulars relating iO said sta nd, &c. ap- .ItIinotchkss&an urs, Mount Piew o i ;
.o,!;1e,,,na a raneraotxio. a il. h e on.ddred tile ish, after an hour and a half diligent search, for- ply to JAXIES CIIUIICHi, ne,,r tie premises; Fishkill; W illiam J-1. Powell. 1,. i I ,, .,
erce,, tile r'y powrI:ye"udialysa tyftfro whence h av. Ayotn Cross RiverAugust lst 1821. Hyde lark ; Dr. Clark, Newark, N. J;. lorton
bI;.t~oob~, tiou io l oelag'udit N.,e. IlIlatfetro hicSewas itsn A3O1% angG-C It&Stf Tailipan, Geneva; Steel, Cook & Co. Auburn;
d,^ Ca e l, uonitlente., d of !,,.j.d ge, sou ca stn ulio,>al ma n had his s ounlder fractured, and M rs. S mniti -h o lp er p & re wsvtr, iddlebury V er m on t ; oaldw hir
q o e t {i o t. s b y Ia p t .t o p i n io n l o r aio r e d w i t l ou n i t a s t a k e n O u t f r o n t. .. a n o u, s t t e i n hb e r s w i t h a A -1 c 1 F r&. T4.i-r e l l D e l hb i : E P e k &l C o .y o chVen S t e l, e n)
it ea r u gti l la rtu tne aUl o fc o u a. cl, a ld th is h e ih o 't y ou n g c h ild in h e r a rn s, n e ith e r o f thc ai m u ch i o- fll AlaIb&. ,, l E Plhe c k C o, Vo aar; A e s G os he n.
a serious oljetion ; and it was not to he disgu,,ued, jured. A horse was carried -10 lods and killed. U.PTER? C.AK .DA1. T. Jatlmra. New-briU ;k, (New-Jersey,) ; G.
tha it exposedthlejiudiciaryTto catch the contagion of Capt. Sunith's loss has been very great, scarcely 11HE subscriber to spe.titfHly informs the Pnl,- C'til;" C', .... I Pal.. Da'lid-on ,aratwog
party f:eiiuShi,d cillict. l( hold,lhadwaw.lheenapain- an article offurnitme saved-having beeueither ca- lie, hat Ie continues To keep tll! HOTi'lf St,.n.s: i,, '. ,"ei';chuect>dy; br. Danw,
fi^l'landirk'eedu~t' t-hhl 'atdh'" *i.nhcdt 'd>" Carried away or broken, A bain belougiog to at tile FAI.S ; he has procured tthe besl assot- .iobnitown; Htckly & l.a1om, lteroier: B'l.
r>ncmnb eid i I t. Heri ha d; uo rigi ho wever o lie l', E heu'r' Cheuev, and one belonging to M r. nwout ofLiaroK \\Ix]S., &'e%. w hirl( the nar- Hilr eeek, l.ca: Dr. lilair, Rone; I. Dibbiee &
ield t l ) ftntrolnntp rc,' letcoiisideroolns ;nr (dhl hie C .Pn lil, r-u l ic fcd,1. E
act oI Ihii ground, but ulder Ih(e couvictiIn th I lh, iu`a Goodellv were au SO destroyed. Passhig Io het at tloutiea] aloids Iis Tabk will alwa vs Co. Phne Plaius ; Dr. hint, {..lrhficld ; 11. & l:
jud iehuy sh ould ha teno conc ern dir ec l \ or hi die ct- T ullUy MI ou1ni tain, i e the east part o f O ia nge,i do- be vw ell fuin ished ; attentive servants alwl ys -at Phinny, C oop erstown --A ud h by
~~~~~JAMEN1 LL11,,idon Ny
,y, ill ti e passing of'la~w s l e had 1o01 i telt, ani be ing little other daml age, its fury aba ted I, having co nm ma d- -o pa hi s wvilt be spared to render the w i ggis s o the be st ter mns.
h tve dlhis to be In orrec t i: prinm ltd e. (tne g u9n fll ex ten de d about tell m ile s. E qu al ha vo c has been situ atio n olf his gU estS agr 'ea hle. H e i utenl ds ana 1-C 2 aw\".. mnan had insinuated that lie wanted ilo the ,s, uppolt 0t In le with orchards and wood lots : and large that his charges shall lie lower, than al any other T /
those to disjoin the judges front the couiill, eoi the quantities of hay and grain carried away from House on the Frontier. A Card containing the To I k orable the justices ol thePeople if the
o.rounds which hald beeni aud med ; but theirNotes those barns which were destroyed. 11WCe eiar1 price of every article, which he can furnish, will ]dictf 'Ve-lork, y' the Nupeo me Court of
who eote e al- dtert grond l tu as thatfragunents ofhbuildings and fnnliture, sheaves be placed in the Diing Rooms, for the iuspec- ftidcature of the s pe -
t vobtedasi du t [,, s n6ou n es. ry < :; of grain: bed-quilts ind clothing,have been foundo, tion of his customers. Pi" ,:1 < Ptiti, L r. of John James Stewarrt (if tile
..a ee ad ht tvirs-. icelayA town ef Manmakating, andeCounty o fSell.-.
the revisorN power (he right of obj,;clt I..i. S, scattered along to the distance of a5 iles east He has formed a cooncxion vith lthe LIN-E opi ,iv ani and Thomas Also and 'a ] W illiam &.lStokes,
Ilhegrouni ofuiicoatitutio~lait~ly mlasedlie judgcs ofthis nIceC. STAG',ES from Alb:ny toBuflfalo ; also with the f"' tu' of AlsoPaid on an A .tts
had ilepowerto d.Cilre I ht bi s ll's no I !0 11. It is'obervablc dliativevy thing was drawn to- Lic o luthe 1. 'lo;adl: so that passengers io l at.. J EH -" -,,. ,--
;,, ,rue they have such pcv r ; b ut die cLnIShl... ;i:" VWd s(I STi cenItre ,uf the course o" the Tornado, either Line) arriving at Buffalo or Lewiston, will i'., ,' ,..,,!; l ',,,,'J, .,. .., | ini fee, is Ten-nIt
itI now stands, confers IL lfprei'este'lln the power 01 whereitvwas tile most powerful. It sounded like always find a prompt conveyance to the Falls, in common, of, and il, tle two several undivided
I ..bl 11. .1 ,hreen leaned iI; andiau it bfos llv havv distant thunder, and shook the earth to tile by way of laterloo or Queenslown ; a Carritage lots, pieces or parcels of land, hereinafter Ilnentiol-
I .J ii.-i three learned mlen ,aid zealous parioiws,
'ho i Is- id in fr'Uin, thain t UhtIlrtjliit,didlio'l[,' lt a ndis et!au fe of o 01 3 miles, being in readiness at Buffalo, to convey such ed, situate, lyiugand behng in. thnecorUty of Sullivan,
Olatjudges wad ll i' right to ,el aside i, law vit contra o 1I alddittell to the damage already uen tioed, passed gets as viil to cross to the Britisha sho'e, aS tate of New-York, eing ]pailtls and parcels of
ventionaof the ll-netitution u wur!v lnot. Bult the, we may wild Oani v: l lahhl orchards, wood- to tolelie Ferry et Black Rock ; the price fromn t. a- lot number twenty, in the first division or allotmnent
kneC elsO dhat thi reM UIstlbe;..niuu-,valb tlw.,.n elhu( la ds, liu],u'-lotl7 fences, & r. T'h' e whole a- teilon, opposite Black R ock, to the Falls being If t he P e cntailedsaid hvisi3 or.in k Patent; and of let
*, a tl ilo t aits h ll i t' W\ d ejl i d .c .i. ; i at h at l.Och i ,l ilt I odId a ml I, ,! ca nnot hio e ..till attd akl lt es ti ha n o nly o ne 1lo ll,.r ; o u th e a arrival o fipassen gers a t Said p patent, h i l.I.e. ,,. i lto w it : --tilef ll
wlliih hi t U tit( le Uttio Itl l'l:, .ld thatk i ,losl( a utill (I 10- I 0, o^ Le toot,' by crossing the Niagara to Queenston hu, jaincs St( wait, of I,,I~.. i,1.f uanakatiug, i,
,. 'itu ,i t s acqitdlrathertUlm It is uioe wistiod,.scrihe ihe feelings ofthose at Mr. Wyun's, Carriages are it readiness to the county of Sullivan, is seized of one equal undi-
noull hre' A f ^. i.aid its caihe inmuou o hI"! burn itvolVed it fi calamOty wlicni -onvov Oicin to Fort George, tie Falls, or to iccr ualfpat ofsaid lot xawthho'le
'"*v eiinUicnts h t wig L ctilituhonu 11i e1 11t1 t Anirncau hey fir.t saw thn.ir diingel t) osnddra aii d ra- Foru l 'l lot containing sixteen hundred and ninety aeresof
-,iiuse of the terrli,;lid t i,,"J whiCe: I a!I iiuul ; whit'h till wes its approtchi, That they hadOli e n inlot o ie- lli; has made great improvements at the Stais land ; and the laiid Thomas Alsop, of tile said tonn
id) actof tlh icl]gitlure ean tut .ti od di tatc llo1 :i m eas of salety. Indeed, thele was no lealdiu bilow tie F11lls9;--a P;,EASUlRE BDoATr is Of Thonlpson, in theeouniyofyullivan, is also se~z-
Grea lrtintainl ha., uo COlit ;lut d. in o1ur ir- of escape. lind they left their llcusps, their situa- k.ept W Conlvey parlirs who visit tha Flals, to tile edof Lo e e(t e nuidivided filty-fourth part of said lot
ihe w ord T ihe oliwe r of plia rh .iol e u is Uolmi ii p oAi; t( : tion wvou ld h ave been equally p erilous, th e air h e- A uric;tiln sh io r e tr c o f ex ielse A n d you r petite onersf urt her st m ,unto .your F -on-
iton doevery thing actoidungto Oild;ifa tobr- iugfilled Nwth Fri.,niouts which v werburled with j l, 2-CI ltzSfnm V W.Ii. FORSYTH.[ orsthat!he said JohnJanmes 3tewait, is' seized it)
dWriter, Wutlld,,d a ni-' ,.,i t .,ot a V eeopllo I hall he velochynfthoioder bolts. We have to bewail .feeias Icnanlntin colinnon, of, in, and to, all equai
!h'-ien[; iev had < _';.t ,nr:t ititl 11110e ;re e (ear the loss o two lives, and it is a matter of aston- UTil .13LLi1 CLOTM&. uulvided ne half part nf lot nulher three, iu tie
.h1 pi.nrtIao ei aum: t hui'aL pa:-;cid tl;rIoa. ac{ slun eni [hat many others did not shaAre the same "[f N M'C-ACKAN, No. 85 P, arl-strc t, said division or allotment, in tile said Palent; and
.Nvu h we.c Loi.d'das'i'ur a t;'t ef heir C..- tle, wheu we consider their exposed situationO.F ew-_or'k, receives, directly from the Man- that the said 'hI homasAlsop.-is also -eized in fee, as
,E)'Kina. It .Ivi> ou" iwaet i|l -s. ai t die seC ri tv ol"0' God may be truly said to have spoken to us out nfaCtUrers, regular supplies of every description te heat idlastio i.,o of a l t u divided a ifty-fn n rth pat l
our roihls, that we flat e VrIltu ron.l tiu s, wirch of thle whIh ind,'and lihas given us a striking in- of MtLL Nn ARTiCLES, which lie sells at the said W illiam A. Stokes,te lot said ten an Ta l iep-
tile ^gIsl:aoe Iu-olvr cannot m; Ude ortranscnd -^ stance of his power andanlercy.-Ofhis 1owr. ill OVt possible rates. AimoNg which are, the best Son, isalso Seized of tile eqtualUndivided tifty-lburilh
dii hy;i ti -e yso-tlc S suddenly destroying the hopes and prospects selections ot \ARIIANTEB DUTCH BOLTING part of lot number three.
(It IS>(ii, lt lna ; and of his .'.,ierg il preserving so nlany C1,o['14-S, of all the approved Maoofactories ; and And your petitioners further stale, and shew to
:'l ['i tl IN* arc;c,, z sal>ti o to amend ti lo al, tlight Frnn such innirioent danger. We have seen his which.' w Sn sold, he allows to be taken to any your Honors, that the), are ignorant oif tile naees,
u(4t lo nla(; a urnw one ; thal tt would be eu du L 11 1 flotsteps in tihis ufflictive providence, hilt we are part of tile Coulntry and examined, as lo )g as rights, or titles of tlhe owners, or proprietors, of the.
rlrurl it only wihl re i'conlve.iCiuCc kaLnd eril hild to rereminber that this is only a part of his wie,*Vs. coverience i ay require ; and if they do not residue of tile two several lots, pieces or parcels .L
bico,1n p;rlctwtli1, dlyiltan;l d hjustlv compap]ainidlc or *.i We have realized the truth of those grtad descrip- mIieet the fullest approbation, to be returned 111, wth hewrapl e a l es, andannot tierelore
State tile same to this Honorablle Court.
those ces, w here the lghl ur eO perhi nce and tie tions of the Ahnighltvy contained IL setripture.- and exchanged for others, or for the nMoney, at Al ldyour- petitionersIould Curt.er hee. u li r
imlirh of i :wprovviinMit at ( I ^!edge clarly sheiv, The Lord hath his vcV inthe 'whih,:t& antinatile option otlehonly, that Ho0l1 di cliauge o e. h t ,u e nh.Kdl, w.ie allh n`t0Rc` ta 1uoPie storm, und vlakeh the clotods the dus! f rhis rtley be kept it the saune good order" as when sold. serihedl premises, Witlh tle appuritnaiaies, r:i'vid.d at-
;lutionsi, autoI Lve1,i d SUi]roveLletita Ife He muoketltl the clouds hiss charioycts, ati A.,S3, a general assortmentnt of MILL IROJICS, monse. k all tile persons interested lluerein, accoi'd:ilg
"walkethiion lte wings of hte winld. consislng of' Spindles, Bales, I)rivprs, Oil Potts, to ti!e'r rCspecliVk riglil as set folrth i l\\, peliuion,
"spe'ror Screws, for turning the stone, with, or quitutay ani quality relatively considered, ag.eek-
6 J LF, E- I E. L D, (Mass.) Sept. 181. n without, Ba3llCS Bolts, &c. Saw Milill Cranks, blY to ilie acts of tlhe Legisiaturc of thi, 6ittce, ill
'rt]: nffrFu IIL (,' asl. e ptoaiiobli.3.- RUTLAND, Vt. Sept. 17. Slirrnps, Iag Wheels, Saws and Files, with Ful- such Case made and provided.
correspondent, lo. tile rollowid,, account of'nthe b uhl l1tsual^ail Storm and /i'nd.--An extraor- ig il! Cracks, Fuller's Screws, Wheels tsoainl niisV N luv dividedd hvC('onlu;ii-SoIliStle ;,I,-
Tornadlo that %%r;h exprieced ,i atNortt efthoe l1ary hailtstorm, attended wit hthouder & light- Pi:'ions tor Fanlling illsl, &c. poh;te' bby thissaoule Court, be heol, oe [hee, id t1'
Warwick ti randy s pi, tuiln the 1l ilst. It is itll.sah- n and i some itsni arts withl wind, amounting to ArSo,k a!l kinds of VvWIRA] CLOTH, for stand- parIies known deiriidauts acurdh.'to'ire in-
deed almost incrudilable, and uay to ny u- a tornado, passed over Sudbury and Brandoniand hilg, falling, slhoking, and ROLLING SCREENS, spect;,e riglits o" tile salid parties thelrCi, pur 'lt;t
pear bordering upou ihe m;;ivelon?, bet ) he char- a a part of Hlubbardston and Pittsfoid, ol SUUd;Iy ';o recaniu, V\hejt, lye; Corn. Fl-xserd. AT.- to tle directionsof the said arts.
acterof LOur correspondeiot iavls no roonI for the ')hiust, T.hi hail stones fell in Brandon With choice selucions of the finest FRI ENCH JOti!. JA\,iES STE'WL'ART.
doubt O" i, ,is poi.to. W e have Conversed with I its vicin lty rfa rermarkable s e-iz i i- BlIl fr [i B OCI'y, ['ruin tie best q uarriesiu],'ranee Tii A .I S ALSUP.
severaldb ~geutlelenths ~whoe, w hereve wilnls sesof 11011of thte ny o h wore pinked tit that uedSLI ff'ol for sale ,.piira-l,.ly, (oI miatle tli to ordeal, bI ex- [ $ i ,>Vi l.l.[JAl A. STOir-S.
Sublime and awful spectacle. and Im t0thei e t I I fo *It 'in' chl s iu ch-irc ference, antd ne r- lpcirie od wo.itdrkteeu ; antd the Mtil Stones l-iirvnaid- I ','I' t""t'i le" <, 7 :" *[ lo
suhteineutt appeafrsetacle; afoou n t a ,']obu"a rm. It may be said that thlo ed to: iuy pllart of tlu United Saltes. atug4 Q. o ali, ,, 1-.ir t" I -! tot
8ta ene~t i a pe i 't tla te alccotlull to J far y" ituea ilt;, ]of I'll bit ,f t Nvc -Nr> :t eiu~LI v i2o,
froen excoedling tie truth, i-w .iter fial bcluv ,1t stfo- ieniltotileeu tb" [l (r til e *: arth, Whi o(e .S-[-- .' I. A .[.O ----t__, eil (i ., t,. i .t V ie .. i'e
as it respects Ihe foic and fury o uthe widh and frul s ientt w s i -e f hen la oc it tal l"e [alll, wo .A T .;! :\ 1>A.I\DO. o If t Ut i ie ,f te c;, at lit -o-,: ii
the astonishing effect produced bV it. SUc1 wIs "" th si:L of it len's eg to th;It of it goo,., t. i I. : PL, town of Latsic i, le Cu~lO oI i, i.;,c lur i
its tremendous power, that Iin one hisiante a reek egg. The hall, ell withl suffieiei t velociLy to .i t) )is h "n; s l ':sibii.n! {.lk d U tore, Monhday ,i' (),;itn e "nex t I t tieolu ;ug l: /i;V otlt,
nearly covered with earth unit estimatedI to itih h l cover t le s in the tougliest green 9, ( o lv 1'qo. 11,) r I'"tiloo, ," eo! iIr a o e S ,, ,, o ,:t
Llary oerd it arh ndetiatd oaeihsweard, and have been Iu Ilud to to Somue dutmi- !IAT!-_J -,o, ,{Ef ]{:] ''g ta ;/lh-i~ ,it Ii p aVt7 !i,]ld oi;:
11.ore than half a ton, was forced from its bod, "t .A\!.'. .- i O 0 N DW A Y ,I .;.,^rt to li;i;i ,
c a r r i e d s e v e r a l f e e t a n d o v e r t u r n e I n al l a no t h e r I Sg t o1s0 ,al l e' a t t 1' s h e e p i *' c h i L i' ; '
place, we are inform ed, the tul gro n ge the storm was attended wilh very little INi ld. Ul rei ( ;e,.,imu s ; Jeal er, C" SU,- I'1 ite- i; .; ;, K ,;-: (i 'r!e ...
.eooe r s I Hubbardstou and Piltsford, a i uu ber uf tiLon ;nd \,o ; te.p ',,>f ;^ l c, Vtlhhs, loyes Boy 'ti ; c:( i.fitltiit-i, .l;,,' L';'i. :,"i..
veral squlrerods, wcas tor tpill as i and eared a, buildings were destroyed, aud orclialds, as well amd] Chic. 's ditto ; -M;oun ud Iall r,- ViS1
mnuch ploughed and cut to pieces -is if it hall beent.. as many' :;: '
Snuck by successive discharges of cart on Shot. acres of tile trees of the forest, were ditto ; Sero allt. H s, wilh -lh d al,d si""er bands. "rit) .,\: &i..- sToraoe yseeslke dis- hrgs fotao h "ot. tltrwdowi, Many apple tr'eos, Tr11e ten to : ;nl,'/ tit ': m~d,,( ~f, .\.A I t;' [L'.
A oruado like this--so powernfi alld so deso- 'f : ,.
lating in its progress, it is presumled, iIi iiot w. ith- t e eaie i ncl d'* er, were Coin tllP by tile loost 1ZR'n im in ;^ :i[,gs, r\.,cr a;!. T ip h i .;. ( ', ;tI :r ". Altn n! u h :'. eis.
in the memory -of the oldest poi soni., an carie *"'**.'to the distance of 30 or .10 rods.-. dilto In, I iuiers. '~ '' ^l ;;
in ti we n veuory ofchheoobtesif heonn'a"s"o. .t.e' LlBoolks and other light articles, were fo"ud in lltil N I;N S. a,,do, at ilhe I n xl dtor, No, i has I" ,, i .^ st
tteed, we ver'y nneb doubt, if the annals ef thle .....
e. I fields o i Pitlsford, ktown to belong 5 or 6 111les fok siler all is to-u i cfull th, ;,.;*.! jub:.she~i -'-- Ju *gf of l.,; Ceult u.l-' ,:,;-:o i ,,, iut
country fro t t ile period ofa it ral sfn I t, Ct to d ant Ab t h| M elh];,u it i.,[ik A ;"' t!, cz'l ,it lc Z '1,1i "i ^*' r'. :;',;.IV ,',!" \ ,;"':]?; |L'..,;.*[Jct" ,- iL^y
enO il fie sam e everin g, one of tihe coal build- piice..---ti ,s,'(ll Jit. ,'0/',US < iu ;'/ (,j Li.t tiii)iishll i : *-*' '*c .i.[i;rs El [l 'i ', ?J1;! .;; ;.:'> io .
WI ,AIUtVIKCIC, N isSS. Sept. l.l. ?tgs, with its contents, attached to M r. John n lo- i 3 octavo v(.liei.es}, ,11 D(.50 ib vlc.'! i!tercna- ;i' :t! '*"'"' ":rdy. auo I.:.-t. i ;:<* t :,:;; ,
O U Sun day th e 9th in st, about 6 o' ocl, P taU t'S furnace, now in blast, w as Cl,%tro Ny rd hb il!g ; uli f im a u, pirli p P 'ivin ,;. lr.ivll" *ii i .- -"0.:; -'< *' i i.t ; *, -.^ t *ii
]. w e w ere visited hy tlle m ost destroetive tl am 'IIlre to t en i e lin i lt ht hazard of a great qulo kiity of te(! S tat e, a t, cxteusbivc y as dili l 'Ii &h ., : ^ ,-.', ";'t _'\.. ,' .( ,.i'^ t xl, i' t L : i '. ,, llh
pest that was ever wituassed in this part of tiL. property in its immediate vicinity, occasion d flor upwards ei'forty y rs,. 'Life stf. LiAry Ji,7,*- t ^ ve af !,uou ,H" t''t -;uw "c .'.' 11 1:.V
country stece its settlement. It very outclh re- I doubtless lly itiehe auvy w hld h;e .ig, 1,1, 50 C'L, ti e'y 1..'.'" r-sv' [\;' :i'- ",, .-' i*e' r ;-'**'.*tn s
senibled, if it did not equal, both ill its fury and oStfrii. i- ,.:: uf .l!,./ n{. si Lp.i::,t/ieo : u ty 0 le'. v. io*E!ti;:, J ,:i, bc i .,'.:e, a", *- le k,c" iv. rtd ',i.
eflects, those Tornados which are peculiar to s ; gs, 50 cents, ^ ,/.vl.s (,t'' CL.lrt, .. i c d -i tl'e ,.4! ft" the ii, i;la ; (.i h .ci c
l.olio I i> eill ates. None bilt thuos who wvitues- Fornl the Albany Arzus of September 2Il. v,,. A c. ii.. ui. ', .:-; 1 m d e -' ,
s e d ti e s e e n e, o r h a v e v is ite d th e f ie ld o f d es t r e ;. u! r 1 ol it, .L 2 ,r i .b. l I- illrc, i t-.. l :e1 : .r11t-b i ,'Cr!, 11 ..* is i .i .; ;! ,. l.;',e
tioocaliFormn ajustideaaofits power. ; ') "LE f i:, t ^ ;Ecr> 'V1^ .,' ,,o '" L !-,21.
L; P'I:,.C A ,I i), t L Pt t 0h1L D, h Iis. :L ,
'inncdiately previous to its cOani[ eaceuienti t, l.v O, Ta,- .rk V t 4 Gen 2 t 1 ]* i "6\t
gentle shoot of rain, attended willh moderate huoof do. ov. e ; Israel Locy, (it'"Oran.e co. Dec I, pabl: .d by W I;. CiL l.K\-, -.-_ '_o ='---.-...-. .. .- ".- ,.
i ..... and lightning, passed over the north ; 13; Jlohn lraher, do..\on. 5; Patroiv. Lns oll 9V[ 13uadwa. rL';Ti .*I ,> F[RA M iALL -C'
, r. this tow n. About the t1n1 0 tie raiu ce as- 1 o .. '. 17: E dw ard P u o7sl ki t ri,I N!.'t. ; o r. I?; l P;E S S. a,,d ul ,11 b.kI-II | ,! d te~ LT
ed, a small black clould was discovered io the 3: ii ..,... -Brownv of Htuloi, Dec, 1~. ; Ahrahuau, ." -,s )0\ .J1'AN' Cauroa' I *ml, an v 5 ( by I,,l Nt) i( V,': L- /r r T.
west, about ten oh'glees above the horizan, hin T,.l's,,:f New/ bao.-;t*[ irs N ov -:i'Gr a odns ol E'. (.:;.'s.,pJ *" o' -O_ d"11 ,,, *^ *1.,^ire r*' ALL..S '1; Eh;I
,-rleat colunmotioai, .0 tuhnh point nuineions ,,.' ,, No.t, F I ;,k l (irif Grand .. ... ... .. .%0' I~ ;\ U. lae OiItJ''^ _ ___ '*''_' -*'3 B:^ o^ > Luo^ ,u i. rF.An!..^' ; ,t
v -ece iuvlvedt io the. geier,il mass, :--tIre tlis v5:,i'i; Vn) pv |, .f (;aatda*u,: c,.( ,,1y ; W ^ **:ro!in,, Sneth-Caroheao._. (C..ort,4 ;,rndt. l;-p..d (/.;./ at tl., I ;' ,e"v f l. ^*-*fr1'r!' T--
,^ ua~ a ,e~rydouse v.,p,,ur o a eylimhieal form i'l>, e ln. eha, of", ..., i .\o. 5 : ^ \ S ave, VirAi,,i- will be d;,otlte eatcud..l tu h ,ri a ^ n1, v.ific a;,'.:.uc.l to u,; t',.haibiaco. OcL. 2o.- A;, A L 5> :; 1;2 :,,iadvay. si~ t *-I i I .' ;.-- p. r -- --,,u._ .^


act on the parI of tUae oaac!ii ? Or, was it a in a constant whirl, this was evidently produced WILLIAM CRANGtP,
plain, fundamental and republican principle, by two powerful currents of air meeting togeth- ( Sailed from Greenock oil the 5th July.
in maintenance cef the rights of the people ?_ er from the N. W. and S. W. as there was a ve-j 18g0, in the Prompt, and arrived at Quebec on
We all acknowledge that all pewer aud -all go- ry sensible pressure from those two po.hts.- the 31st August, since which hisfiriends have not
vernmont of right belongs to, and emanates from, It commenced on the highland east of Connec- been able to obtain any tidings of him. If he
the people. I-ow then was it conusteut with ticut River, in Northfield, marking au easterly should see tills advertisement, lie is requested to
that acknowledgement fbr the legislature to co- course through this town about a mile south of write to his anxious fiither, anti address his letter
erce a corvecnli, without first knowing whe- the centre. Its course was not invariable in a to Mhe rare of GEORGE REID), Poughkeepsie,
thir tile people illeed it ? We have bece told straight line, which was undoubtedly owing to )S lae of Xu-York. If he is il Canada, as is
that there was no doubt on that subject ; the the current of air not maintaining au equal h[-)- supposed, it will be necessary to pay the postage
public will had beeu expressed through their re- lance, Its march was grand and awful: sweep- on his letter, or it will not be forwarded.
presentalivee, and in town oa_,,j county meeliug, iing in its course (ulrich was from 20 to 120 *.'" Printers in Canada, and nE tlie northern
But is this so ? Cal there be any sure expres- rods wide) every thing before it. Trees, fences, and western part of the State of.New-York, will
siot of the pub-ic mind, iz ;a coaimmity so ex- ,'atone walls and buildings, alfforded no lesis- much oblige an anxious partenu by giving the a-
tensive as ours, but thrcu,h the- mcdiura- 2f [le tance. Trees stripped of their small branches bove notice one or two insertions ia their respec-
ballot boxess? Look at the danger of the prcce- j are found at a considerable distance from their, tive papers.
dent-A party gets into power ; thev find a con- former' standiog.- Stones of' many hundred Pliatg/ltkeqsie, Sept. 20, 1821.
.tituti(, al provision in thleirway, an. iropdihnet i weight, and large logs are removed out of their sept 22-Clt&SS2t
to the -xerciso oftheir power they resort to a beds, and in many places deep furrows are made
Couventioln to amend the constitution, without a i in the earth. FOR SALE,
previous and legitimate expression of the public In N'brlhfield, a dwelling house and barn, oc- '"ttIAT Valuable tract of Land, situate in
sense ; the community is agitated ; it is split into c oupied by a Mr. Garlin, were entirely demolish- .Ia Snithtown, Suffolk county, on Long-Islaud,
factions, and your government is shaken and ira- ed. Mr. G. was severely injured, but will pro- fifty miles from the city of iNew-York, contain-
paired. bably recover, Mrs. G. was carried a consideta- ing about 200 acres-G0 of which is well cutti
It has been said that the act was recommenda- ble distance from the house and not materially in- ted, the remainder thrifty sprouts of the best qual-
tory, and not compulsory on the people. This jured. The barn of Mr. Reuben Wright was al- ity of Timber. It is conveuiently situated for
wilt appear, on the slightest reflection, to be a so entirely destroyed. The dwelling house and two Farms, li,,viog privileges attached to it that is
lnitake. If 99 out of 100 of the people were barn of Mr. Chapin Holden, were destroyed, equalled by none in the vicinity : it is bounded
oppo expreEding their dissent, The voles of ten ciec- times knocked down in his ietreat to the cellar, bor. Oe the premises is an extensive WVood
talrsb ill a countvin lavor ot auy candidates Would but there nre hopes of his recovery. Landing, which, iuder proper regulation, would
have constituted a valid election. The council hI ,arwick,e two barns owuned hly Mr. Jonas yiehl a handsome terevne annually-this piece
iulihted lita;, as a preliminary to 1h1d'iiga,' oil Lenuard and Air. Elijah Miller, destroyed. A boing an eligible situation for a merchant. Ano-
vention, lhebensr, of the electors should be tle :,c', ,i ,, house, barn and oUt-btnildings Off Mr. thm'part of the tract affords a fine situation for
,,And an ac weas passed in accot di(e wuh itl'e!c Jonuathan W1Vsoo, were s(ivered to atools, and a ulechanic, of any description, it lying adjoiu-
principles. At.d lifre -- 't hI e 'rk,, wo; t cklk the greatest part id" the lconltens carried away,- ing a road which is muech travelled, ;lld the ge;e-
1,! ..... .. ..11,". "1,. .. .. Iiol, h .-- t .i ... T hor...... ...... .. "-.............. 1-.. 1 .. .. .. .. .I .... ...... ti n o !; m. w v- o r.... .. e or- i .. .... i......Of .. ....p, .. .. ...d


z-,, a. *- ... .-;.;, ," :cordnlgiy lats 'he bill with prompti-
FOR THE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. I' ', .,. t have seen that council of revision
and the governor reject that bill, ihichl had, as
TO CORLA.
it were, neeu rccommeuded but the day before.
Though bonmnts and years of loneliness TWat bill did rJt pans,
Have passed, unheeded and unblest, It was .his that excited Iiie. ,I r. of the
hcein fortune broke our fond caress, people of 'fli. state ; and the vice of seventy
And rudely drove thle from my breast- LhoUSnanJ ijeemell h;E- lotold ni, tfit that feature
A breast where thou alone art shrine inl tile ceoltiiutwu ought to be destr,,yed. I am
The chcriA ed or-owv of lily mind, a war,." l -"I' that a. VeLo o i t to bi- plac" d some-
Al ther irrif su t lierc. Le2?e-istative busmhies -t !tle commence-
All othe,-r ligblAQrgriefs --uppretsed- M elj of' ia is .Ii well done. I havve
How bleak hath beeu eiy wayward fate, rairely s eoPo a bill r. jccted by the- couri.d nofrei-
lowe joyless, dia, and dlesolatu I st.il,, thl t n1 ; been passceJ early ir th-e session ;
Vet muic ory freshen oil the grave but uo' at file r;]i~e. I coo'' q'I e m'm in-
.stance!.. II li.'2 (a*ai laisuapfti.lonedto have
)f hopes, whose brilia ncy is oi'e 1that .t .. iuum porrhd ; the hill i pr'.sated
Andd spring!, beyond the Atlantic wave, I f ltl,. u-c, a ,.i I thirilli it c4ioju he soid that
'1, iiieull : ,'i int a loceigi ,oore- il vaI; noa-uliavn-diy pai -edt, or oneofitj members
a'i lrP";r, v niti ee lhe la gel'us earhl-- presided, over ti s iLees a a ... h :' i l ,r
T".; [ail thy smiie of angel birth hlis talaitAs and industry. Sir, thit 1ill passed
uid, r the y,_ ofthe representative of that cotun-
:~th li.helsOilIlily \'iWk lie10 uMOM.I
h s .hs hearts a tu &veil t. It went to the senate and passed there. It
( 1 stilt ths heart'ss aflwctin dwell e t tt councilof revision, & thus became
". rl;oil -e:c it loved so well. a law. One of the lit nbers took that bill home
And i( iiav','e ,in,; ledl i (lie croltwrd to his constituents. 6trange to tell, a clause in
Vvo s.,. lif-e's slUlo er hour'i at'lay tle biN provided th1at e t ulses of tilt, village
should ie ioi;>i, !iudod instead lf their hogs I
,,-v! it,,, n y hlope lvj -1 its shroud, .
f>,V[ i1(;i [i y b pe\ve hiitss~l ob tu t, zArI t i4 ,aid, that to give It is veto to tile
*['he ii,' i Ode ln) my browv could pliy- gtvernor, ^ d;il,;erois, nn SS *l barvmnjnrity ot
I'll uo, ic silioe of lhrlnrer hours, the legislature iuay pa's a bill which h;>a boel
V,'IloO we t00 culled ottr sullnur tiiowei's, reiri;,_d ir, it i- weltlI known to every genfle-
it I llt i:. n-; i tlicn could dec-ay. titan th bl!s .-UI ateWo li s bc(u tit ht habit ofAclang-
Oi tvlw t~ i l fl oue ll lu ris e swveT' and fair, i. I -' il i, 1 "'', M en cot lie
i h ,, motives ; but
r e e r i (:- ;ll'c hoe mtnyov day-, they are not only
'.'. s i.,', them \Wilth r "101tly %s --,:'i ed by older l ucin ers of this house, hil
A id onw! by iw iU rilin tail .... h!1 '" i "iie ng ei'inrcin!l ? I front hie lel'hy liarass.
'.'e s;-v i[h iiauni of d"ioyv In,'' *t"'l. allt ihr-y are tnany times coulollitted
a a ii t' lt 'ie31"e d t lhey bear mthe argl,[ ;\ril l~l [it;; -irca }/i I. lely }'[iI t li ey iti l\'*.h,I rdthe arguaet ,,ln t i c\ % ih
u" ,et'.,' Inn """':! ')lo ^ w \',*T'5y, h I 1 ] 0ei.,,r misd to vole C o and so o3n tile
;~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~L11 141h Pl l;[,ittu[ sti!)il' al~ hLtli \'(,t,' -\\i'l no~t niakke ninch dui-
t'. ) t ;C; it*', a taj ; couid e.L i' ;-a1 ;; -l' retlce :-i,', zf ulemnber. will co n)I t l i s'm es
1'W, slorni t of fatucamlle roling on, th lure thl'y hive btrard the aiar;iwimnhte it is nie{
And alt on tit roi;s'O i d joys were g une. -*tr,>[;e to suli'.isr that they will vote ir :1 auy
ibdl upon which tH, y itay liave bL:ee thins com
I et not t, vain wert lieuo solved mitted, notwit alltaudin auy o;J'jCI,10,S. 'lVe
'Phy sweiee i;,es nod 11hy soul of tutilh have been told t at it Wiltli b[ )(; ainir t to ol'talli
t eh j l l' l limy safe guard as 1 mI oved I & :a11sN o ,f ; Y. bill that m ay v ,C)"t CX:'A il
Lpon tilele un.,'roua ,)alt, of youth ; the views c1h1 ?le tverorf I : bu it-y tear-, I ;IP e lh:,
Ce wdll not oiject to ruoaih lul.j, becrl.o; t!-,"
And sl iil lbyuelnory is given n h t ,-. of t .'sc ^*in le bete
: iM ore lie ol'jec",to of tlji, fl-c l~it;e ft r
A b:ue,u bcacon-light oi [leaven;- it will berlbiehiterc t ofthes!;tille.
To gtide--to gladdeni---alli to, south, Wh ,it evenly thouesaud poiIc to;Id US t,'
t111s heart wlliich il its night ot cait break away llbi parteto the cootituliol). l;...y did
::li!l feels dhihn im h ge glolvin g there. not tell L--, not to ha t., rec t.,. iu -
.\.Vu t-Y ,,% ;Sq l ', 1821. F O rI O. stLead. I am v"'-il s,.' i ,,,. vole I v. I-,%
.f .-l ._ j iven for srpara.niun I.tI judiciary l!'o".I til's p),;rt
*Yr7poried r the Ci))aiiiti Fc tl ,ido rlis6r. ,, tile goverai ; IAuI Ut I toi 6 s0i i L nWI tit g il
s ; 'A c\l Tgitssi.e.ui a (e h',iug pow r, with whilh f! pif-
r. 'S 1. (- 0 \PA F' I0N. tile wili be sot:iii.d, ait whichh iill he au ifl-
Coi-o iualtoa [ tile. 62):i.t,. oil tri al e di neond i en c hc, k tl i,,rud nt t'isulpoon
rreV by ir. L a,, in tie rep 1.l of the i -It. pci Mr. Chaieian-l- ohscrveld to
coiumwl lee fur ,bloishin tile co ;,ct i oilc C, ion, C e. the -:.: ;" ^ 'q I,.,..d "' *"( in tile over- on tll, h, i ,pr,.oposd auleodmllnelit wet e ex-
"nt, hIno""-'tte oftile whole, h caused ; If U ,Ithe inark wva th,-n true how mith
aiql'dray' S,92pt-mber 8, 18,1. ,.u're So is it ii uenow. I do uot rise wo diC u-,
M r. n.ii i re-'e, v ..1,[ to c-iecrllit 'lu ie debaito, he que.sUtieiu nelti allb,.
whii vi ,',* i l ;i,-; -o ,; i,i,_.uily and ai L!y c ,iclU W h nllt sir[ l fiounal uvs<,-lf elcictd a m elcber of
ed ; ,un!ie tivi" v i *,r ;i. tlei illdulgt~acrc of the con- tilis convention, I field l solemn coaoiu:iiou witW
V,!l-ntii, nl d %i1it1e nLX i:Lii d lhe radsons whiql, nil y OWU 1 e1Ct'and .1I I .1 ,1 ; I considered
',vi uiii govuc n Ins I oIfe on Lhis question. Ile hac. hat a. conventions I I .I f the "at the
a If-w days ag-o votedlfor ,.,., h,,, .l... council immediate r esentatives of'lh l- people,.was
of revision. For tie last six years out of seven. soon to take iltice, to delio(rate ou and settle
;!e hadDad (lhe honor of'a seat in tins Icg'i:La.iv(tihe fuldamneutal principles of social order ; to
hall ; and by you, sir, and other :entlemn whn, alaelld, to improve, and to amlE!orate a constitni-
have bcone unihers o( this houseand have seen tion, which had been tfunded liy a band of' p-
the qu:,,:ily of busi,ic.-s bclfre it, it would b., trio.ts-a constitution which had triumphantly
acl;, owleIeid tiat lie had had some experience carried us through a sanguinary revolution, aul1
n legislation., conducted us to liberty and independence-a
Hel vted fior thl aboliti." onfthe council of re constitution which had for near, half a century
vi~M,,i because he had !ozig seen the evils ofth, secured to us the blessings ofgo od governaievt,
Jiiudii,,ry being associated with that department and wtholesome and salutary laws. I determin-
of' t,e govrcriument. lie had long thought it ed if such a convention, met to deliberate on
ought to be an independent branch. but, sir, principles of governalimt which were to secure
said d]r. Shlarpe. daring my short experience in to the present age, and to future generations, to
legislation, I ha-ve seen much good done by the our children and our children's children, the in-
c.ncii of revision. I have seen bills 1,. : and estimable rights of life, liberty and properly, to
unadisedly pa-sed. I haveseen these. ,,lii: ob- repress in uyqeli every feeling cE.lculated to
Je, iCd to' by this council ofrevisioe, and return- disturb the grave and harmonious consideration
ed to thi' l oase, and when the obj-ctious were of the .* ii t -: to come under discussion. 1
read, I have seen tmembeis staud astonished, asked ui3 ...itf l.iwI ought to act if any intempe-
that they had voted for a bill that was iui the rate iadividu.-Jis, regardless of what was due tc
very Fi ce of that constitution which they hadjtist such an assembly, and to such an occasion, should
sworn to support, I have seen that council oh- endeavor to excite party feelings- to stir lip
jec.t and object again to a bill, and after all, 1 prejudices, and for the purpose ofcarryiog] a fi-
have seen t.itA bill pass by two-thirds of both vorite point, to produce exciteaii.nts against in
houses ; and it now remains a foul blot upon the dividual., ; my answer was, thatit was my solemn
joirn-tils of our legislature. I have seen that duty to forbear recrimination; to confide in tih;
council of reisilon come down from their coun- good sense of this august hodv; to resist all at-
cil chamber, and advise members to make al- tempts to induce a division from angry, revcnge-
terations, rather than to send then[ back with fi and party animosities. I believed that evern
tho,.-. okjecttivns ; and such alterations have been those who, togratity the feelings of the moment,
made.. But, sir, I have seen the evils of that should so farfbrget their duty as to endeavor to
body too--I have been here in high party times excite prejudi es here, wNould thnmseh es cevet
-I have ileen here in peace and in war; and as ually deplore the mplioymintl of Suchl means;
thie gentleman lrom Delaware remarked, it was and that this convention would liise superior t,,
in that ailk day when tWe clouds oe' an awful the pa-sions and Ihiies of tlie day, in co.templat.
war were lowering over our country ; and at a ing theobjects ofthe:- .- 1 the sacred,,e.s-
periad when, if at any time, the constitution of the tru.st reposed in tileni. Cur col'silution
ought lo have bec.n made to bend, I alave Feen has endured for 44 yearz--how few are now iit.
bills returned by that council of revision with ing of those who gave us this noble mouuJ,C!'t o1
frivolous objections. I lave seen*ii.,., *. .1, wisdom. I unite with ilh lion geiil. fI om l)utril-
rCturneLl tA) this h1one, wthicb, wrre by tlhe c(ui- tss, (Mr. Livingstou) in expresirug any lprolobnd
cil ,of rveisill colidered iwex.,edit-,.., astotlihirentl that at so carly a peri..d the prill-
Sir, whc:'e is tikel t, ar evil i:; tla --tale that has cilcs of civil liberty, and 'of republican ,.'nol erkl-
W,. i'.ji i:.re-; evil t; :a!.thie u: I itaudLe(of banks." ?aeiits were so well understood. What at solcuin-
-1 1%'* ih* 'y .,'jr( l 10 t!;o i,i; ? No i, ; considir-tion is it thatfew, very Iew, of I, ,cati
ev::". "- :tt :. -:. ",viinu the sound ofimy voice, expect (u survive fo.r so lo.ig a- period as lhas e-
wilt imincMber the speech of ihe llovernor, iii lapsed siace the orientation of the conslitntiol we
which hr -showed tile iniproprie'y of erecting are now endeavor ing-to amend. This sbiouht be
more)I' ,nks-thalt theyvwere i l evils in deeply iinpres.ed ou our minds, and it will solenu
the state tlia;tlltey hadl doe norei, i j rytoag nia- our feelings. Otn y part, I came, ere de-
ricultu;re. that' a'iy othe-r atuse, and io which lie termiiedto forbear, resolved to supprces every
canticned ihj .-iatu e ,, ii :-t passing any laws motion unfriendly to cool, calin ati patient iaves-
furi>ai 4esc it'itutio:.a. And every mal] tigatioih. 1 have w projudicts to indulge. I feel
mu~r 'sivw lh ti bantks are injurious except in nys!' the i'lnedi.ite eltresonataive of tile pco
eo~ilwn cia!citii, A rnrtor waz.letnafloatlthat the pIe, called upon to maintain and establish their
igiai.itir v ci'tJ to :, I the next day, that if dearest rights
tlhe V'ii"lat balkii id ,iMt pr>s,ue bauk bill would Thin couvenlion hiave been told fronm one litalr.
pass "i tat two country baniksaand One il the city were o- .,ion during tlif! late w~ir, laid tile fouudalon of
triiied \ lW;>l were tile proceedings ol that coun- thexr own destructiou ; from anotelrt quarter,
ci1 al '.hiscrisis ? 'The city bankc and the eoai:>lry that their couduct in relation to certain bills at
banks were rtcjacei.. Tttey were remshcisdred, an anterior pcerind hiad sealed their ruint; and
AL that lime il was not {tacomiiii~lr, iordu.-dr lor e [reem another quarler, that on thle rejcctiou of
core. the pass: ge of cuie good bill, (o help pa~is {le bill recouiuneiidhirg a cooventiorn, during tlhe
tw~o bait ones. 'Tiie cotlnlrrg b.inkes Vere paiiscd, extra bcssion in November last, tile sentence of
and wentI to the cauu,-il el revi-iou--Uhe biil lor" condemuatiou weut forth against the council. 1
the Frautnld i ardk was rejccted by the hiuase, do not feel myself called upon to de'end my con-
and returned lo the, scn:,.e--A)l trhe 1forci.s were duct or opinions elsewhere before this convert-
then rallied; and tille (ricn,_t of the country ti~in; hut it is due to that body, it is due to my-
baili-j foundl that they had but oue altermative;, self, to explain the grounds why that bill was
and~ thati wts to tpai! the Fcitu~hin b)auk. The sent back uith objections ; audf think it will be
next: iiiornig a njtioat was madue for a re seen that tle sentence was uujut, il'indeed such
cnnsittacraon ho" the voln reje.'clina that bill--- a se-itenice has ever pa.-sed. It has been said
But a lihe b)ill h'id been soent b;tck to th~e senate, that this l{.ill did not pass hastily or unadvis-
tisu motion \wa out of order. A r'eso;tttum, bow- ediy. llow is the fact.'' Thle legislature Were
ecver, w:ispasscd, ', ,." tlhe clerk to rftrucliiConvenled ou an extraordinary oc;casion, to a|l-
it to tuis house, it w~as returned, recouside~red, poiut eiector of president and vice president;
iund, ou'i t ela rl ru.; aud ordert !)a>.<,d. The attd it lhas beeni unuu.ual to take up arL that
cou:,try baiis w;re r Lturned, alrd t.he Franklin se.-Aon any tbills but [[lose tof passiog niecesAE.--iy.
bill with th in--Thiu%- before (Miduighqt, bccom- Coutrary as I believe to all expectation, the
intg a law' of tile si;,te. L'ut, .;;'. there ii atolhr- hill in question was passed through iboti houses.;
er objectiii.. Tile couuncil have a right to re and hi the senate a I u; derstarnd, il was receiV-
taia illsu ten da~y:-; aud.. everyonne knowes, that ed ou one day, and passed the uext. T'iff bill
as thie se-sio; oftil luc .islalure progres.esi;, so recernaiended an election of delegates to be
bosiue.-s i~lcro.tat.s. Petitions .ure rcceired tiil the tiolden in the? midst olf winter, at a time ttui ual
last d. y ofl Die seasi, u'. It 13 r.-ht that evety ;and iuconvetient ; lht above all, it contained no
tuai h>;:,, to pe titiou the lcgislntture, uudl they I provision fo:r submittilug the que. tion to thle pen
are Wuui.;,; t,:, lh".r hi:i]. T~lus biushlcss pasae.-' pie, whether they willed a convention or uot--
at t:t. clo-e ou ihu sc--i .u ; anl i have tcell iaws i'he cotncil believed that the legislature actiha
not pa~scd uu'tiriseuiy". 1,ulng up io~r ,, year, aud under the cou-titutiorn, rlhosca i[o iegislutie i,,
the !'e. thati! l. tur *,.;d :l. t/le conl'nen"-lnnnt of lhe next session. i'-turndl i .' ,,.1 i i ;,,. th:t sacred ch~rter of our
wit ,out o.!.).e.'t,-,s. Theore L, nowv :lira up, iu ,'igh! *.,.1.,, ,,, : tuudameutlillv, v/ithuul a


Ila cot ,I tbil tle !'i',ht rand pro-, pr evious" reference to tile pcojle, ofthe qnestioi
per r Ti,!.ii vi ;iuli-; a'a1ij 1 dI Jubt !.lot that laterr ww hether it was their wiA!1 !hait it i houl.) be thu
s'*! "ir *in h to r,,naLf tawre far a wsoio yeal iiI aue~l.h.t-d aand ])roedL, I deny the right of to1
will b- re.unM d ;W the neet i,";;lature Utho t lrgish ture tod Mect a converati,-an. !n doiug st,
oj (IonsO | ti"e, hey .1 uo ghiaM r ,tho; ity th.iu a" otne" re
I 3t, s.k,, t havce SUi:i a 5.oMYg' u" o'riection. 1 Spectabe body of lmen, self-nved, rind act
hive ,ePIbe e c filti- e ftil 5 st..l, r ecoai h6i4i:i w4lthUt a"y delegation ofl power whi-
to fie le;[iLttre ; ai:-sarc as all imort',ut to ever.-- .Wast the rejection of Iite ;,ill ot.
ti*C WLl:U. oi" fh;' -i ; i.Le";.o:ni ',e s"en am Cie these grounds: a i gh-tunded andptraMU'.al


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