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Title: New-York spectator
Uniform Title: New-York spectator (New York, N.Y. 1804)
Alternate title: New York spectator
New York spectator and semi-weekly commercial advertiser
Spectator and commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 55-78 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Mills
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: October 12, 1821
Publication Date: 1804-1867
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09487613
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System ID: UF00073183:00012
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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harB^,^.==ab, t, i ,; t*ce ,,thep i]camrl of r'hi- ""'i!a de-predtis."""" / ho can hsar of (hle re- r : +.;.- ^ck, a t Albany, a mn~a f athelit;1 ap-I I2 D j nit iisadpambo. .' h
.^----.--**--"*ino'la-itlirai-l, ll.'biareiii.Dl~c TLESOy. C TO~y 9. .i~t:.-:p;.'s, wi, ae Hudblv nten tn ad widmut fse ing diegredatiou that picaioons oe= the river, 'So boatsnr other me-ns ofsa,-ing him Iness, ]'v11 Hr'9' l"" .le"-, in tlie 24tbi y TUESDA.--- c- TO**--->--._ .........i""; lr"o"hula misery among a variety of sufoerig c.p ougup an our citizens with inpu= were atbhaod, aud those who witm.s-.edthis strug- ag..j~rinVlaeN etr-vn *Tn 0"..,. ,. <+;,'-;.S.;y2.. -V ,. "c give-.tlhisieven.n..? fellw|bn, ,ig,, ie.,, the regulations lately estab]ishied underthe admin'S- e,", "u nstpping" ,tleears of therdeaf, andecausiug Arrived) this meriting) brig rjunroa, Phlilips, hopelessness, as thie extreme dancer ofi I'm: at- New-York,, ng~ed about 27 Vea+rs. "ba hsionn; trmne ir fhsmto
.ra t tan 0 1f G o 'e rn o r J a c k -.o n a t pen sac ola, fio r ti i t e t nue e h ut to i o se t hi l e ', [ om .N e w -Y o rk I te m p t r fro m ri s Lin g t h ecir o w n't p er~ o n s fo r h is re A t th le N\ a vy Y a rd G ;o sp o rt, a fie r a n illn es-s o f of y e s erd a y ; Ih e t'h urefo r e m o v e df t a ii se r t uafte -
obzervaace of a r'rr o. lhe Sabst. 5 ""> say a i whoaregrophng in darkness, areleft w~thouta guide, c__m^ o^ u ';, Aa tliref. A thims iealf mn o mt e nte seied~or ma .N. o Ha ll ,! threw es,' ,. .... i 5n,-rs. lliza Tabe ll t1;e S sWirds ot l,,tio a n,, iute tatd qin pe: rh acolw-
,,a creatiihii orm that day ari onily prohiiuitttd in the fare= it.ei meta eve) nd ,Yrect them to a becoming .,; w-Orleaas,Scft. 10, I1<9,1. to sustain h~im above water, tmtiIl tile r'ins of a In Mm''*" e", Missouri, (.a|>t. Breuurt Palmer, ('lark year iiiiitaey daty in tbie militia of this state.'
noot. hI. the afteeuion trade and anusaenntsare staio ;i society. In different countries of Europe, ",7Messrs. 2torgan, D~orsey y 6o. wagou werect failthon0hn ri he ^c|^.^~vt~ ~ 1f aw thow fo"y him''el fro tr. .Vi tn~le.s~~hegei:n~tleonrVt
to be conducted a.s u.-ua!. and in thle eveohng timIhoeerj ,y,, eimlization and humanity have advanced (Jutenle~n-n-As far a-s inl my power to re- shole, sad thereh3y was the means of reseuieg At ion't..'omery, Alabama, 13th ult. Mrl. Johnl fra" Delaware would cniiseit to wait a atoineui,
T h e a t r e o f r- o u t re T h ~ s i s a v er y s i n g u.-. a r o r d i f a r h e t h a i ) A m e r i c a, n d t h b l i nd re c e i v e t h a t i e" c a ny a pp r e ,b e us hi n s ) y o u n* a y c" t e l '* -_ f ar f r o n ) a w a t e r y g rn ,v e a f ,. l l o wv n an S u c h i n H 'e = ( ,-, o f N Lmn d o n h e wm o e l offe r auale "d"(- "t which be th
,* ,., i i ,,np rp'l i ,in= thte safety of your ship ilie Onio, about to seltl for puidivy tathe cause of hinasiity, cannot fail to ,. ,,,,,,, ,, C on l!.c 2.d ult. Mrs. Mary io his, hanid.
inan et, and we ithi k it would have been ore crc, i- aten io to w,),,c| th y ar entitled, Among those P |,i;,dei,|,,|a,, I tl st l to ill l' yt( tha I |,ave excite public gratitude.-- ^ rl P aper. Annm W, ingate : 24thi. laster Edward Ron inson ; 25tlt, M r. Ineal. WV at is i-t ?
tab)It to tlit sgiTvrinmet, seeing that lthey have only e,^ have exerted thcnleh'cles in their belilut, tile d]ispatthje(d iniiorination of tile acts en" Piracy cola- __ Mrs Rebecca Msrph)y Mrs. Ann ;nle 2('}tl, eras- Mr. V'at lKenssplaer. As follows :
ganei alfa'iu yaidlihatout ofrespecttoccrlaniutin-,;- naem of 3onA,'N VWII.HIt.:M lKI.E is conspicuous, miiued on tlhe shlip Orleans and brig Cl Uere doomination.:," to have. left the ntnatcrcatire.ly This w,>r.[hy (. criiiu) is lthe Dirheetnr of'theImpcrial Ann, to Lieut. CJOtrd't ,teams[eB mage, corn- On Saturday nialhtlast) aa .ntinerant nii,b eel- Howvell, i li .11. i, Me.--ail of tlie prevalhng i< upon real or personalestate to an amount 1,0:
alone. T l e uiciii ic pa ta nt bo 'iti esof~ ens alcnla do not hnstit etlm forrlthe B lind a t V ienna. H e deserves ana iling tlie U S s ehooner P orpoise, no wv at~ hip tlu hitj self d J oephl y oeto, w as apprehended a- fever, ogu L r I n s S P "l*. esst h an~ dollarss"
a p p ea r to r..c o gf n i z th e S a b lr, t!) a s lba v i eg b e e n se t a ,,,. a t p rai, se fo r th e lp u b li e c o in ou u ic a tio n o f th e Isla n d re ceiv in g s u p |p)i es o f p ro v is i mn s, a n d d | ,,i- Iut ,,,r|e mi es tr ll h is p la .ce fo r iia ssin lg a n fl- A t o,, ti, ,,ll to 'a, L I C o l. }E lia s Sq. r H :,. ,, .. ..; '1 ; K oto h I l "t w afr ""it*i
pert y d,.,.e'appointmen,, but merely by stome ,,titsfhi experience uad invctgtion as regrds rc^ i^t locd^ aiimdaepruto l olrIi)spoe to^ [*^^ ^ counctherei t, li t SethoPld.* L.1.M Joul^ &e:Ms K certanl bPon re,,s.e, d.
C"hristian Sects, '" inr thie pnrpesc olrestingafler six ,|he tr~eaimnie of those who are deprived1 of scight.-- talci ,]e, same imbrmainiin and simiha" orders Chairles Chiapiamn, K?(. by whom he was re- .... ,'., ,i9--At Vienna, N. Y. I.wis .lohmson, tbat youing inen coming of age after tief assess-
dtr;ts l :bor, ait d edioatigiis u" reparticahlr"1'"y.1to l'e- The title of hIs book i --/^hi uch/-a-' y/toT/ec/tlc (lib'erred 10 tlhe cumnnamler of" any U. S, ves'sel cimmnitted to pisou to all, ai his trial at the Esq. 38, :;.!.... ,i,. of :'. .i. Vt --At Pbiladcl nieet caieu out, and. before October, woald not
):.';gs|i'actnhiea." Others consider it n day for" in- dc. y;idcr, u, ,ih n,;(,, ;!uen 2n-ytandaJ ereircrhterii, wiri hl tle Ohlio mny l',ill in withl non her" pilasag, nex tetm of tbli court of conneci picas for thifs pb'i, Mir ,.,, _, I. q *., ,. ; Mr. Ttus. ,Jack he provided lor by tHe othiier f.rovis ns ol tlhe reo-
.oc,,t mirth" and "' bodly exer,.ises," and 1)to ic ze t t, ,,, a/ e, e a,/,^Hn, v, sic -." u,~'c- b sa- which I requests you to (l,> dee tlc. favor to d,- eeeny. .'c so --A l-)amito Viae.l Pa^ l Mrs. Auti M'Ay ".er ,nr tn2yar fae
!:,1~ "' some ;i.tcstre denominatihns," exc ide w,,,ldly ;,,e, l,'> ..[,,eebu/,.^/, 2 / ,' r.iboir ar( a tt,,--eqi""ts altiivt, ~ein' '**.' t i:.+ rca.- } th Jutriictioa otf thie uliniul, KI older loin nlehiao }i god DAN 1 T PA T 1rm O-nr. wic eaeaq~ i~ d fteilso rd. i c, n *. ,"1 .^ci c,5 o-At Richimond .Mr. Andew onln wir. Ne i.,lndi or ele h re.Thytn s remai
s ^d wttl Ku t acu .-vledgng any superior *.')lilga- I ],cr condition, to em ploy then, profitably, a nd to (C ^'S. ed b theatrical exhibitions, occurred iu a sm all ,, l.,. ,, of North-Yarmoath, M e.-- At Peters three years, unless tbey barie been put upon the
lione, tht: Clove....oranid nficicpa! authorities ol Fen- quaill, tI|e|| as useful citizens. This work contains dAreui-i.Oriwias, Sept. 10, 1{21. town in itiaryland, several years ago. hi the berg, Mrs. Betsey B~arbour---At Chbarleston. Mr. assessment 'ioll, even thongs iltey hiad perf'orme,1
;,ecnla, in the pleniitude of their power, biave dcclar- early 51)J pagesoctavu, and 6 plates. Pulblished by t, (~ni. f.D.T.. Pairia eoigo dyoahc amltamutrla etrMipy 22 r.Maid inr,1-nmloi uy hil ssi isi' ey.er d,
edthat ,s xdsix nddavs f sltatth.yborai.tllhanuhlrbor,"o.&ienna,1,qag. Theprrc i& Coi.--iegives s pl19sreTte priwed eseeeingof dayouteen hedat th tow.bwbch"theloa miitia muserwas erfar edlladn abrihehnrohwtrOtpYllaosws pettf's5. c.itnldahs. Ataluner'pppei,1 --ln5S. up. mlitsad tYiapor paoh 5l-waipitsafapeoyravata
We ~nitforth cedi o t'emclcsan th n dllas nd'i .rsccnyou.rkiad coni~seraidtlohafforditg gs far as ,s ahr y a strolin company of player's. A 'avanoah, Mr. Gorge Melrose, 45--At Darica, Mr. Sharpe wasopposedtouonivcrsal seffrage
V ^ e r e p e a t l o~ r t b le c r e d i t o f t h e m s e lv e a n d t r x d o l l a r s a u d o g r o s c h e n i* y ur p t' e p r o t e c t i o n t o t h u s l ii p O h ii o a b o u t p i c e o c l,- 1t s ,a 1e d o u l e e ti n ,le d o o r, -a i l i I l l k s t S S m o s a d ri l i r i ~ s r i oi h ,r
-oamry, they lhad tletter have said nnthing-leaviug Mr gMui writes not merely for tlie use of those, dj,'p,,,,ti;g fu Piladelplua, a..ain -t the piratical a"T d acntleel)s"> net of "1l~f the tri-bns sttine ./lf.';rsneo Ger gia, 2o.Bnei htkr6, ataieo alwlM Ion br" a votll er, be hougb itwoul be uasa qualifca
t!,o.e ., austere" tpeolple w o believe n the diviue whosuperintend a eolleetimoofot lmd ehildren, bet er users that ars now dcpredatieg in the Gullph atit wit u lo de lu sk t io rude to pre- aevo lio ayp tro-- t t.L i, ise ei aud therefore unjust, to exclude those w ho per-'
appointmtent of the Sabbatih, as a day of reilsgoes alt forthebeuefitol-headsoffamilieswbonmay bare anld gay of Mexico. We will instruct captain veu a gratuitous gaize f-romn the outside, and himn Sullivan, Esq. 44--At eouisola~tii h) toite cln'istian, a solace to tile laboring an individual child liereft of the faculty of visiotn. hieplienson, ef tlhe sllip Unine to place tlhe order th irrup~ton of" unruly persous.--The Inanl Oliio, Mr. Tliaddens Liudley, t '*, l ..-.i.., Mr there was no highway work to be done, but there
than, aud a dlay olf rest to our cattle, to observe it in In |hijsabie defence tif" the bliutd, rthe learned author you have comnmitted tu our care, iu the hands of contrived to put Ilis head in fromi time to tiuie; S'heldon Perry, ;}6 Mrs. Mary Todd. 77; Mrs. Lydia were mauny defenders of their country) who were.
such matter as theva-.ightd~emnfit aud proper., ,,, ttvdsbn into several classes, arid suggests a atse.odll "y &-1l-y "t*" a,,d t,, catch thlus the intrigue of the play.-- ^At Salo!, M tom Dslsn3--tmbr ayd dn e) las thewoaslmuc tted-o iths hnighay
.tln~to [nc 7).--T~ Brgd ofArtilleryof .mode of treatment adapted to each. "Tlos, fior ex- '" Acep oar thanks^ for the iuers evin ed tat s d srh ted tohir au o urhc c tsioa ) mutch e Pa rce, 16 ; Mr.^ Johu HowlandM~lolt~h.1.*
t.1s ciy, paraded this min~ring for Auuual hlspee- au"'p'e, he discrmin tes b~teen these w1h0 have fo hs hp an lo th safety. of th "e n ere cause was 1ln snspe;ted.* S~denle*y) j s as tle Death iu Phl e i las wsk "7. pernfittiug those to vote who perf'rned military
tini~.Th i ce apeia r e of^ th troops reflected been borm bifd, and those who have bevame ihmd. of this iempertldt sectiun of the c.ouutry in geu- Moor is about to stiffle ])esdeem na, he turned ira- duty. Hut hie thloughit the instances would not
tin eapc Tle other classes are : Blind, hurvias, a con~scious- oral. p,.1 etuoustly in,) levelled Ilis lpiece at tlhe aclor arid WJEEKLY REPORT OF DEATHS. bli more than 100 auntmally iu the state who would
credit upon themselves, andi their d.iscipline was o neso fjre vin,-Blind, withut fson io,~- ^ '\Ve are O ) lindelf**xc"*"* it "y --( Teranspcoreohsh dahrf75pessspl oet &e.tcr^v-- cotmpa
;esscred~taed) MtoGIN DOI ocr. ,iin.wthaprt.SEiYig flgh,^ ^ri^ CO.; shgot shall d vead mucxclaini gwith wory iu my d urd n The iyseeto repdnorth deatra,6h of7 esnsut. "*ome iththe l*Iorthe prvsin cotma
Sillce thie practice of electing ,mlttia officers lhas wes-^1nl Ewtl a lm'la dlmoigo igt ,xrcft,"^ *ctro 9~ Awcr~ shi O'-len negro" sbat eve na"lorde a whistle wotanis y" durgthen w~eek cein ell hos.atuday 23 i instO te r. the arleporhedt. a h reofteqi
beren prohibitel, oar militia, not only in tihe city, &~c. &-c, He represeuts te difimculty attning dm dtlc" '" Orlca~n,% 9*!< Sel, 18"-1. ecdote fro nl [tl ve w~itueis, a gentleman ef un- wlnom 20 were of or under the age of one year, 8 be- lieu might bc reversed. He was opposed to, tle
,ul1egou h state, hav beeu rapidlyv iml,'ov- q"Sestiio aatie lt veasavcitgyatairedaptttesstWeltah .lt theeivpoorltwlion 1attned tialil vercityeweoatte saudat5he pobetween and-2,a-2dbtweeuc2 pd 5 2oftwel 5oadipgncipeeopalloibg henprforfnceofghgwwy
hi u d whro gho t tin hu-te r aegr e (. t r< pie on entpim diecio s aecordiugly. Page 9, he says, that this ship O rleaes, Captain Snell) has arrived at the e tie vn ;i ^,ie a ,e, < |,d,,d the repu- I", 6 between 20and :30, 7 between 30 and 4(, U2 labor ass qualification to vote : but ifthat slhould
,,,g A m we amvtl~u reret hattlieConentin ^ 01.gli merig a lig t m y i"eedetween 40" aveaodcm50,icalonbeom ,,e te j5^ ancoduc0, 3a between 4 anb50,1sb deecidaeddOhebet eeouels dbidedpeepoulrbeprepoed to tendu
'snve iahl the axe a't thle rentof 01tie systole, and f patalry or g.a~'n e lih ra inee be ptn ]Tur l we have ceibl y eoaoictoufrome tlea t io u of goa ua"eadgod"uut--''z. and 70, 2 between 70 and 8)0, and 2 between 80 t|hat prlvilcege tn th ltianl;;
the d, uot cut it up entirely) thenmasure tbey have regadedl as a .portin0" of property saved f'om' det- Abaptai bthwe siwars ovcl'ed bly annne prhatee of Gas.ad9. t^,:Bre rsald aul 'tti)ninicin p.u ,}sicii mi oegetclmt;bti a-. h rts ofndlieCiri id~'.1.cnupin,1 ovlin,2 irhe,, ;i"*ll"
adopteid, if saunciou.ed by tie. people, stead of finr. scioaids ra caaiy bu it ct 14 gus The pn'atsconnfn th Cpai a1 ,nd (.^^,Bc, Sept. 20. 2 ; dr;opsy, 4; diropsy in lhe chest, 1 dropsy in the hoped that the n-" "t"y nd" highway qoalifiea.-
.heriqg th~e improveerntei, o the militia, will cause io 'tnbewilders tihe blind, confuses tihem, a ,l r ,1- ,^ 'w iv i ds a s th country cauiaiii bbw nde s t~ie lind, co luses l i m ,ral li~ndi i diand ds 03o r abo ut se-h alf t ep laliegw i bilioC os,,L1u;.feverplrce ottentoul 1 ;ffe er,,reyitens. 1 ever, ty hrs, 2 ofluxrM.ifiod fitifiedvis p reriesaresar s in ffa
ttle) u to advauc ^ ,tca ,rd as tie cotuntry captain an in ,terrupts llheir attention, aud thlat uot sel dlo m cargo th e mlOSt va luable goods w elt e i lmove .d oin \V ea at ^ w^ .^o 'k fu .,,sh (es at dJtt iun by wvhi ch ~ i~l~ll ile, 4 ; h iives or croup, 5 ; h nfla m mtatioa of tlhe vour of tile re cli one ard thought t hle hen. chair-
said, at a prodigious rate. they rely too much apon it, neglecting the applies- buuid the Pi11ate, the bulky and less walnable filie effects of those Lairs iur Canlada ilay be. as- bow'els, 1 ; inflamnmatiou of the chest, 1 : iiflarmuna- man of the committee (Mr. Young) had uot ex-
/2 ig .+ ,z3 a ln s, ,,wv p c, ,a s rye te r d iyt r ie d a n d toi o f o f t ce s a r yic d eatr y a n c u r e b y.aw idhc ar te ,e rbI w hoic hiPo.Iil seae t ls t a te d t lt ati ht s t e di ,r tisi a tionein t oht h e l v er, o ld,3 ite noe rafe a gee2 lir ikr ,s ,3l ;;m a aspu ssu r e to a t ]lar aasiue d, s u g e s t edt e s uth etts u bj enc tt bmit h iSh i sa tts a aaluac c 10a c y ,l d hw h eb
convicted at tbe Court ol Se.s~ons iu t..s ciry, of thi rmnaini, ,r^,_ o se.s mih be,^ exrcse "It wa h"" tnof the**^< plae ""o" have suny th"* P. hean price at Nework en is 11egulanted ytbte stillorn 4 i' r' ass mcsenterica, *3 5""Lll unpuowned fo~r fr'on the want of this amendment.
the ceim e of Bigamy. Io i;:19 he m arrived M ary au str engtt u ed, andl tlire whole condition be v-c e by th i p earn. of ,> l T a e sbipheaviag It0 le trct ^n ;,n fiweig tr de ,| ful ]i ery^ "" ".'" ; CUM M ING City hispe actor. H e said that i sta d of 100 t ere would be .2000
S1artin, ia 3lou infield. (Ncw-.;er.ey ,)aud in Ja .,ua- m eliorated. E~spcre lac e teaches too, that bhlnd sight ; upou which they r,.leased tlhe O rleans a ih ,ed to c ,,rry or seed it to rthe [best existing u 1 t ^* e t l* voters annually excluded for w antof it.
iy lust healso married Phaebe Ann Daytou, at tan- children, whbo hare not the least ray of oeolar !ig.,t, o oml weuit ,n pars.it nf the ship., market, aed also to parrhase retinas wherever CHARLESTON, Oct. 1.--Arr shlip i-ybil, B3either, Mr. Briggs said he hoped thie convention would
ain gbargh l in this st ate L 'th of his w ives were in gifted w ith equal talents however, nm ake greater a rnd Tlhds is ar m usst dari eg a rt, and should w e lhiuk, t^ ,y ar fo, e fil ehe ip,.Sto. *'5 days fr'on L iverpool, with salt. earthe ware and do rig bt.
coral, more rapid progress in sciences, and in mech~anic be direclly coaiuntieutedt to the government, Oe the l()tlin~st, the avcragelp'ice of .Nertleru coals, l-our days out fi'om Liveepool, lost Mr. T. Mr. Wheeler remarked that be had heard a
<:wt 1-.iilhi tie furthier Hn'mratioii, that d,,ily practices Wheat wa 5s < pe ho l til c, rcey or September lieecnd mat e a4 og5,sokesboapd O sbea tl e 15tl o n-,ow happyi~ ,, lern, tha thei mora cn=
~~pursuits) than th[ose who possess a small reminasut of ef^ thi lttr occu it) th Ja and (i ~h e f dol.ass prbsltscneyor au t,,a eelS Leeds JJ day fra Liepol boa^ to^ Pi"a ^tf^l0 "1""5e
,Anole Launch.-A. Ieaotifult mercbautman will vision Thme most distinguished iupils in any of tihe Mexico. n~t thc*" saf ('l~*Lede dates \Vhom Liefol abound tho saatimee F'LO OU-- "O.'EPO!ET r'ivo was ~ i'~ig Being satisfiedr thlnat the
betaulclhed front Mr. W~rtsship yard, alCoa- exislitghls,..tionstbrthe Bliud, ge+erallye l Fo icmtue ta tv oet u alt~wso;hei h itito mmelO',t~o'aU w' aame tdteohrdyrspeakti, tha dis- ^ ^ ^ ^: ^^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^^S
leers Hook, to-morrow cndiing at 8o clock. Shcis have Lwcn bltun from their birth." knowledge sice the ship .lqankliu left tihe Beliz.e, nt + 6d or ),ii a doflla r per iiinot, wh~irh is tg:,isoar, OcL. 7. t eased population wvere unfounded) he should vote
to lie called the W.illiam Tho~mpson, and isu!pwards As thbis is a subject of great inmoniit, and as itis >ellelielivethliittill;rnbbely ofthla ship was ine- sea,,;eth;,ie;,lar,;e. haet^ybushed, ,al '.tv-Yoirl Arrived this day, shipEasi.-eias. Low, 51 days for ihe amendment.
ors 00 tons burtheu. We. understand she belongs to very desirable that some interest should be excited dil"ted.' fehy had on board .I alige a amotoi n~f tn I:+ .) leS I',ml Constadl, aud :i;7 fiom l~ifinur. S,-de~l fr;,;i 'i'be qtins~ion wa-s thaie takee b)" a'vPs sad nos3
+h^ a) """"n'r "~d i :o x eftl-v lhe sa.ume mlodtel it +,,,-on n co~mretr in behalf of this alkfli,..,.lt^aq f ..' c ";-,* "* ; X ..."". ,':'"." +"11.. ",. 2:-;' h :': .. thrd t "l.\ 1'*g .= os"a'." tJl-ov affikwt,^ [ fouds ey
and inalerials, as the ship .Jum's C:,o2 .r tel'erlUy ) otrr fllo~w c;,^u~ls, 'qe sbuIcni nu o rras a telaii lle g v iet h c eftlt w ''')', ai h t costmu of., c'x'incis ,t Mio 1^ le,,itt ;,b, ,,oto sale 14h brigl ''*"1 La ss U ibc sa nn^ ^ Holnl It ('alt 1-I. Rrmiarho, 'i Co'de'" <":uh,':; Dav, !" 'i D ag" 'y.r~~~
built io this city,. fromu Mr. Klehn's work, and offer some remarks, hm they were couceroed. Ca~t. Soimer-, a reHpecta- of1>(!*"eat "'f"'""ll te I !imr-ietof l~l'eI to"n Qu-' Mn rt l .e15tt fo Lso, sale l". "' b.,rig amue, Hollandro c. t}l< C'alwo0 'lde'i'toln"" 1;'rris' }tJ T, Halek
Eight deaths of malignant fovcr occurred at Dill= fuur .~~bes Ij iht :i t th w e l aiz vclu erde ou t o f thmone y b ehtc, "ge~ther wits atny difler.,uce of qealhty aurd o'm rN york. ',,i.. ..7, ..,. Light. ship P,.cket, 11 .., ...1~ o e Hu ,phrey H u nt Huetiug)
n ,i, tori, N C during the w eek, ,.,,,,...on the 2 th B O A .D O I" iU A L T H at sea ie d it h t le c p b t s l~ e o I e e~ o lw i h i t l +s d i i n lo o '.Y r f'n -o t ra, seint iigho .s.u .- st cap,. S lel Presen Pr P::^^^^ o ~ i un^ le l I'-la
.all.. ve whites m id one black. O ctober 8.th,. 18"21. thamt this sailor ceco g, ,.sed lu a ,n.,l chr. ,hat ane the ht, ;p r ta ,r th N a i ato y.\ s Se of'F ,air 1.]. l .... ',,, s. eau, u'om .lock- a m ihar sP A oot I. "s lussel' S a~e T ^ N^
TTooealiS f il~s o at fveraloig ientatNor Th Prstdetkrpolad heihelad eor-td ws..e, ingeli sh d^,tT reSplnori"eds prataalaie ohidaw ,ecetd# vo.d |wa eruu.,n oh the tahze 4,m ('ap ('os p}rt.cn by 45 \cgas hii hlamerr o', andiic 10lnil deeiy .3ia i*, e ~n. L^i t ,u^*u-
f,,l, on the *3d ius.qt viz. : Mrs. Eager antd a san of "n1 S))td""y --> "' l a* rel'rt i)e' Docltor (; jcom))rades, ,>,,d tlet Iu. bheves thy were .val- Oil ^^ ;4ae o .b ey.c 4uhe leaue wiea ibrtlcg hi a.ualrar, l y,,lt,. ar!kweal;,er, teele, D Sthelad ,Swi
111,uiii oChlers'nail) dated fIle t ilh t st. sating Lhat 2,11". Iii;' lorl tlle J,'rdinklin1 w>itll a klhowirili~i' Iian nb e o dli tlltl tq ie o lnl ~ )c l leu 9h \ g u e ii ip ( un n soilrb e o ye baruie er reml, ] r**i' ,.ii \ ..! l ?e t, r i '^ Ve tr \ '* 'dover
'-a;r. gtadden". [-ler3-Lee, llviig at No. 6U Eidridge-.:treet, w,+s i seci,-was oi lMrdlv- e t,.ec pleased wbenu v tw e. sperlninot. ""o"'"y (Ir""1 trlleal~u*l ""* \g.. o wihsi C rlns e, |pre otte c w ; ;~ig (Jra1 \',, el i a^ v ^, v'nn"-
A : 1;i ~ ~ t e i ', [A eS ono, a 7 o r,,/ is o n t h e ,, rla b., r i n g n de r n i al ig ..,. n t f ( ev e r w h i cd ; w .i s l e,,, d, o f h ar s a te ar r i va l a it P bi l hi d p h ia T l uh s e ."1.' ^ ( a t d u f t e S a ) l r g r n e n L e a e "d v
A~ ~ u ^ ^ s i ~ n f -"lo)ldlyy ,,,,,lai i e,, c m ,Hi<,tedl to tile ,:.-idlett Pihy- j+. ti,,gs !l~otlttl 1.! rep.^l(:c ed ,o tile aathilrity ,it aid dil't he,+ l^ag.t qu n fwl~e~ity xprs oes front I,, the Ha ze el Nc orwa Lefto bprg.ed E ha .. k.y',"- ":ies ,,;i "". a -, '" lin, B w nri-.oes htil
hand. Ve shcnld lbare no objeciunin .0publ~shing sii u.Ol Snd y t 3 o )clc theKsd i.-I esi o.I shsl ird,,b, hatec"" l1'^" i' !";"y""'^"t ,;"*" ; ia+o owy etbrSKz,&DeDykai;lad ler It- ][ \~ \ ahim-l ti itiydsrd~betil h
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n. OdI !t appear wiorts \,hi(e. W c. llave1 IleVel .ect } s iani reported to tihe mayor tllai he, lhad visite~i go\'urnl iwtlll ~i[ ,,l il their etvn waitcis sbuuhd pcl- uu y -~l th er'r g Stlpl of t s r li os, i tm n in sad same d y.v r 11,' (,*;t ~ ;>[i#.u \ug, liu"u"1") *'*al *iung, J. altn~i, l e;g. L 1,11, Lan rec
,e piece to hi -h it isan a nsw er. ; b t .ee ms to a os1 L e tit t l t be w s o l aiga t cv', ilItIwe .\ s e co f ie O l i' es- by<" i 1 b^ea ht ks req ir. lu, be li ; hielil tl H ]is cth, ofa b ( ar~ la "]heuthl o u .,,unh te,,o tii^ :, ^ ^;r; : ^
q u i t e nl t hl ,,p o r t a n t u a m r ,lr t- e u y e s c l e ir k t o t lo r y e e l et J_ t v l" i > d t i e^ l !u: t b l t l ^e 1;e t i l :;S ;, t). 0 n r a : li o u t e d u l ll t i; t l a s t l' a n; 1 p r e s ea: y t,- ^ a l; 1. ; ^ 1; ;^-
FROM OUT COR!RESPONDENT. The i. oard are tfinformed that Mr, Lee died Iast cannot be igunraut o)f ,he sheokii~g ald dreadful a);l"1"nr nee ufivea**'* ll'usnr lc tw s, ears, sadtnii Pr vienc ; ,' ouut, P ldeasan, frstom rtb, 50 IJR 0^, "'4
IFROM IR$C) rPRE.-IOMLt. ) al n a neadti ;oneThe above uxeess, s that h.,tva ,, bl sto ofleie practised, a'hioro,,es auad~l lao,, toth.w (v,.ali sadatb ten loa r Proi dence, Mork un1th Pleas, Llieoswhi fri 0 Lol-aedmn, Va R stae laboe) ,,,,ndtrokuedbai
PHI,.UE,' MI Oc Oc6t). 8, ea-se wtis dirlected t,> be pubtlshi., i Ao ease ef I' ,rlr;,'r ofa tr ,!/',(,}** /S ,/. 10.1 n Illsdeperat u itu:le n,\igto n lo Cainad a t,\,sth dayn ibro 5tn iork; 13ntr.Oliv, Al mln f'oin Lvrool *loe""" l .iu sup or t e Aofe im so e a.
pe l,,nbrhrHuciion "l*goaat" ieTer is ktllw ) to exist at tils tithe' Tbe Ori,las i,- mot yt't up, ))lr is tirmir aey iu ti1,, arlieie of wiheat ahme, of 5UOUO/. equal to tml do ; 15tli, Mariuer, "Whmney, lfrol Boston for Mr. 1Briggs-- e have come to universal suf-
P a ss e d u p to t ul~ u gn to a b rig i~n c lr, 1- u tc b i u) o rt,, t e ty o m a te ria l a tl~ t,- i-> ,,< iu t le. s .ie ,.,,,^ .t a ,. I roU f, i ., a, ta. or" 0 ll0 l). ( rO l ns ta d t 1 8t h, C lta rlo tte t h uo e h~ flo iu 13 t i so l, R. |'r a g e s ir u i nd I w a u t w e s ho u ld fi x it iu t a
'ro m~ P ort a u P riu~ce ; sailed l5th u lt. ", ve ave ran b y order of the 13ou rd repn it a n d tb the,1 e0 .p la in Se ncll ; t ,e ex te nt 01 T he o |pera tio n o f th is taix is lho w ever, m ore in- stad t r!" I- at b ne ^ ^ 01 ^ R a1d" ^oay ft "'ragd on, ti,.ce of t'ru i st rutey en t.d eat emoris to egae t) i .
calved no) maiane intei~iiience'tl'om her ; but a latter J. MOL1 OA, Secoy. tbhe ntbbry we hope however to tied oH ,,ami- }uie o. eCml hntxst h sam sa-dt or. lor N Y ha ; aiue, Lee fi'o agdo.lnlnun fro This ditto n wit, they lpeao to \eakeu fit, sreah
sent to os, dated Au>-:Cayes, Sept. I0tb, says--" In -- "-a"" t" be h.^-s .h, tile aeimera] supp,,sitia,, n\e^e t t^~ya .I satxuo production l1I ona'rd Davis ) m" l orn do, o "o 5'U!ttS P'T" hps, a heavy gahe on the 2d i.st. the. Inldigelie sohoener A lettr fronl Gihraltar, dated StI~elcbr Ist, I^tyaw vr atla ^i'teertrO ibt abov t hi )t gue- to anninblattdstrnyilg the. valne of i^^lt^ote'afl o rn stadt {)s~ t ]testHe~r, Casb- vc o'*veEc "
A\n, firom Fihiladelphi.,, was drivenl ashore at Jac- says, "l Fleer is selling froml fear dollars lo fourlter tn utte "conipldlt a1 )l~ thf e o'1 e ^ ll al" rea1 prope'ty, amid taking aw .' tlhe best secari- imlg, fromil Cr'oustadt tor B ostonl ; Balsace, B2eninet, Se6"t1eu1"" have described, otur COiStittltioa tvili
t .leH w it h oa g ,n bo r,, ,i and expected tog< aut thI lree qiuarters. It. appears tlle large ship- 1 i,) neg.,ctiug to pletu LI the vc y vaiiu,,me trd ie ty ga us absolute scarcity,; viz. tine practice of real do Ibr N Yuk' ; 23d, Deoorab, G ray, fr'o,,, do he good (,)r uothinlg sir. \ e m ust carry tih
o u e n! w~ t b c r a/s o >a l n d u i0 0 u t. o f th is a rtic l e, 01f w h ic h th e re a re tw e lv e o f ^ ew 0,le a., s ; b u t w e h a y 0 tIhe b e st ,,u tL o rity ra s n fa e x p o r ta tio n a c o o si dle r a b le s u rp lu s o f tb r l 'h ila d elp lhia 5 a c 5 tic k n e y, f'o m 'd o for lio s -" strt*">r o f tie la w to th e c ra d le si ,, a u d 1 c
ito p ecas.. In tb ns blarb or all t he vessels w e -tashore, tlousa ,d barrels lin s tore) as p r'edieated upon for stating Ilhat tile gove nin me)t b ,,iu)g felly i nl- b .^ad stntffs ton ;2,4lh, G~e Jacks lon, O uSa lvo, f'ro mn ~a\,a na for tihe li si ng g,'neratio n kn olw t h at w e have estab-
:a l d ',i i!i he (co)deluled-- allO ngst thelm are the brig tihe stoppage of greai froui the B lack Sea aris in~ g t ora ued of the attru citleS c o m m u~i te d h[ as been u n- iU sta t ,tl ,; ;h opel a tiou of tbese A cts o ln the pl~ sace, th .b l w a a vana ei ue mg thert phcie e d a ne tnfec ed l i )hay p re p arn e th e, us ive rs a lcord ingly, land
({over, Jobrnsou, froo Savannah, aslhere aud coi- from tlhe existing dificultl,',s between lle Greeks coa-iag ill inwasures for the disposal olhlle naval Cooy)I, wuemetnn liounl wheat, fo~r llie facility ordered l bafo '*'."hresseiasaod, o tha~tsli uer l (,.d tilc l ii.ymapepe themselves tacce oud rdingt.n
'icmnued ; scbr, Auo, of Baltinr~e, hasbeeo ashore, and Teaks, tihe effect of which is uot, nor has it force io seh a* tih"""lier "' inlsute a supipessioa e'fllu raio ;, ba ,he oprto eq,di e1e, ti. brg an w gotoffand expected to he condemned schooner beeuexpeneocedhinthe rise of brad stuffsin ay ofhsei iclxesc:t^l~d tobr'"'g the vil- tnlhl"he~r s.n,;toflh, ^ anin~ the evils still more ,,"'^ ^ imI,,,,,-e a oti>fao f vrslsf
Ittiar rBi'~~ilore, arrived in the umidst of he gale port' ll te Mediterranean. At]N'aples, Genoa, lalius t odg uih~l;etnie fi e to continue pnl wonul),), ,uie..,. i,, argustus," Gedz : i-teary, o Tri~au ;"g' b"Senhuhtaicomteehdgoe
*"' ,' ,, p nd L egh rn, ou com mer ial friend do not en ,, ,,cxte, asie. I'itw eret,,u eo. lteadenttweohJuinin the ,eer, p'son,,, ,e A ugustusr, K G erld adsw Lnertors T ra d Jrrem ahut***etbaa ittwaheardly wo tt ee il adto attemp
cargo dtamaged, aud wvould be cot-.iued *, aGer- couag over four doIlars per barrel,) eat. Tlie OBEh-V AJNCE 01. THE SALATH IN I.LO- ei~y.' ent psirely r ahaostete, erypeso iuthc, coleti- delmemp g oo~u i.gs u J'eti .> save thae ic at wus hardy worth w reaiiy atempt
nmt brig from Curaeoa. ashore and bilgeii ; several j port-s of iSpain and Portugal continue stut to the inDA ay It tTr fos apssich eve hould ve ber that int enu tiu-Tons .-a. t sae d ie excellent. Hire h of teee greatlyemat
l,,. sei ou tiers, and a D watch schooner, as hore j iu portati on of bread st ff's altoge tller-- sn that it Eixtraict from a l O rdinal)Ca signed by J. G oftbe B ritish gov ;rnine nt, He ro ,:i'iT in EOR H E COUEK CoI~r at L .'.cv itltl't smt. t'r nin C o ~tlu mbi a, ( M\ir. V ati B e-o sse laier ,) atth ;uo 'i
a,,. bilged. Flour every thtiug rising, aud will ^ is:K proabl so, f u tckPpoirwlnst ie oos lyr.W e ned byleSstra dtherutpat Tcityz ('OunciNIO, be:of,;ared:"the gau:: Ttin in ba mitae the brv:; ^ ie
ctm Just cornc up, sbip Olhio, S'tevesou, N. Orcans, altd a alf per ceut pteinitn.",--jV. r. G'as. Sabbathi, in eoulorniy u, [he ,Jd section ol llie petd A treatldeailof-*rain Ins been lately "ot praery thneto seml~ed. Mr asey tejural s n rtfi several dcitys aof ,. ,
/ *a 'd s u ,l;'t n se t o o ui r 12 r a v i n e s i u f or m a t i o n of t h e _1 s t O l d i ui n cll e e b y M ,.l j G .U A nu d r e w J a c k s o n i l l g e e o r e r Ti l e fi s t f r o s t t r ia l w a s p e ~r I 1 I 1 l i v A r L c > y l l i J 0 1 1 u T i e w Y i ke t o g tw an t
'-k th Oren, 4 mie beo towu ., Sh Mar States Cjienit C.,ort, held iu thn.s tity lasti wee.l, s1-11111g ap,,ilt lhe daiy ol the week c~tiled benday, 5bis'-~z resrtved~l noioisrloi.to1,00a tcnutmitteeat w/Iofthtell et.ienwlmle on more\Vi l rrvicr ilihntHi, oth>rrs*inn, ~o~tm~lcs s r riti otie~ie
g a re t A ,,,,, O la -lte a c, ir ,,1 P eu sg c o l fo r P b ila d e l- w ,,s re n d e re d ill co nif orn ity w ith th e ..g roR r ne ne t f or tb c p ,,rp ,,s of re st ig alite r six id, >y s l aib o u r) A g e t e n a re a, s th a m o u d a a e th e u fii uiisb e d b t~i ui e ss of y e s ,.,r'd ;,y ( lih. re p o rts i e c1 it w a s p l S l/ i tha lit ity e f ,uso C'
phla, put iu leaky. Ship Asia, frolm N' -Ior'K,; at the ,,f ui, pttlres l> ilth' imtportalit cauiSe of narn''/7 aiid dedlieathug that daV. ,uote t~articularly to rili- Ait gf intlemn re~lates boat hioe di y askl, wied l) v- iar .^M- .V hn nd^ ie^a^ c^" usn
F~at.l!;b Turnl I2th, brig Golden Age, Cox, Bostotn. vs,.. Rowan, onl the Will of Jotln Siannicksoo, sq. gia ,,,.,t-.tces ; eolm wneinsh eddhswf .,- ^ im e orvc ta tevlael ne-
Uuth. a tDatclb!rig bound to gordcaux, crew deserted. According to tltis dec ree ])r. [owanv aind twife lagiein ldiet som auser daysialnn t'_A!wi, i t!}ille. ; t wt'ih lit llSe The ehabirlae stated tihe qaestioo for colsidor- Ml\,. Root wished to knoaw the views of the,
15u,,,.t Eaiizo, harriet ] ay ....... ...,I, from tea tvil*eii st goes ^ : ^ ^J;" to"-^ the"-"- legtee a, tiipise of iyo;[ll u wis othelS ,ar iuneit do **-iot-"<" every U-P sa1ipdr tf tee mo,. intlale delat'o tofhc wllis eltlnkrt f
yot'k,a.,id hlr ,l~rinmigS ar.O d(aylt)s fioml Bols-^ by^ -- tile* vi]-Tell'tQd pl ('s^iZ Oil;; I^a day tlneltlitlildbdl o --I d-uw wellC\vatdtOle, don, I wll,, the::;;;' sea ofuc fift do llars.- ^ ^ ^,
te, 2stldoff T~ortnga, 1ooIp Actress, 15 (lays from ,-- ewtrcises yorel- kno Aw'll ahn yousl oan ord> 1a been d ispse umr ouu I~pnslyth d lUlars.leobere
[>,iadellphia, lor Moil. g^h, ni"lorida shtiF, Fr d 0^i Orelts pr. CasHehg that inl matay entries, where gv o ntie ie)Aa (sil ta nlysel of- that" wheuse our ^ insn osiuio a hue
Itonlgomuery, 15 d -- En>gl'ish Turn.'/, i-jcpt. l.--Arrived, tlifs after- market (ill bumld y only,3 there and tiles to pu'- sli_ a d |)eirSonii! property)' and 10i Insert tile wroad alere t,,, ,l.,iil, divided that *>t preselt. Tits
TKE GE RMA:N CORR IESPOSDEqTo uoeon, brigClarissa Aini, CatptinUGlecn, 06( daiys chase what they wantl fr the comftort of their fa- -- l,,iu)."* subdlivisionsecoutinlue to inere'ase. W, isit epe-"
l'on XX+. from Greenoek. Cargo, coals atnd dry goads, [to rllies ; You aad yfour, perpetually intrtoduttedl ilio 1f>- r,. IRlrrougbs objected ; on ilhe grtotund that tliert tilhe to adnit the nlau tu vote who possesses
,,., Sa~TO t" r u P, iN ., Cakpt Green ,l states that his vessel was robbewl inllre-ssioi, arid! tls ifl,,tie people of" (he IU. states remiind mne foel o e.\Mrs. [}an h llssa, (JISt Of eu./ia- vus, ', ,., Thevy cold rip. u,, ll proceediu..s who b has ,.uly s.t97 He th uh t tha tl.apr
TI h number .,1ttlme timd is far greater tan getne- ofgost1 lreuo probablyy 4,20,OUU) ,n. this subject, a dne, re, ,,dlv.sippct'd. Accardhlg to a calcuatioo of Mlr. b,,\ a ,.,;)alphai, cal chr. ,>ffCape Aitniom A.A g ,1, l natmual ailits of thisuew acquired territory, ter boiltlenlptt j/ottr ,,. If,,,, iu ot^ pet. The question wus taken and !ost. the rightof .,, i, ,,al" ta'"
y,! es K; D irec toir of an A sylum for libe B]lund at Bar- '20. T ile sc hr, W,'asu ,.ni ed w ith !12 or 14 5pan- R-es olve ,, as I nia ni s : M i. N elson m oved lit a mne nd by striking Oilt A fter further observations on thie subjeet by
tl, thecicare at least 6liirl, n thousand oFthelnse uu- lards, well armed with mnuske~ts, cutlas~scs, A&.-- Seeiiice 1. '1 licne shall be an absolute eessa- From tihe Albany Argus of Orlober' 53 tlle v.,tnds and ihlall have been \\idlin tihe year Messrs. Vau lhire, fun-,ailie) J. R Va Pnse
m l um ra e s iu lh e P ru ss ia u d o m in io u s, A i nd it is T h e y to o k th e fl a g n mo s t o f th e C a p ta in a nld tie s fi ro a w o rld ly o cc u p/a tio n s o n Su nid a y ^, t u u il ln, o, v e ^,s a ,.er ,,s;a/ ,rh b ea ^i ^ ^ ^h cn ..h i p ro er ty ) in s esd s w ill W v e a c ta ly po r parsox lur p uatp a n d hs ta.w a h r h u s in w a
supplosed thati the lanubcr ofbl:hind persons hi Auktstria sealen' S elotbin~g, watches, A&c.--in short, every lnoon. 0 b'tae. *'J' J poet,.n l~l aeatal adatxl u n ut
El" "' -/ ,. ,- ,Capt. G. adds that tlhe cosduct of the pirates was veind 1ieir ge,)d,, witlmiul howesver exposing fihet. Flyof Greenbuslt, Nnv. 14 ; John Cobiaso ci h od n lallaepi a otesaeoiotsoA/sr(omf ti ditdla '"eo'au hycodrythi ad pn elo .hnpepr a fe 2cok baa ce, of Suiterk th-ov 20;l'd Jamdehl iaepadatxt the state of thety seetid lo hiserih ifne tieu woreof M v
,i) i",>t!!I ietloduc.toti, ox talc<. a!a,ilt the Ulumber oun'ageous in the extreme, tbreateuiug ;beln wits to public view ; but tilt,. shall noet allow ally hiarie, Nov. 12 ; 'lheophlnus V.. '...,.Ii, ." r anaanl, "r eounity wvidtin the year n,.xt preceding lhe e- ry' tie word i. fr.ee' Lost. ~'ou e
w i'1 l!C relieved iu tlhe prop +rtion of el i dhird ; still, deoath i nl case of secretion of articles e))quh'ed kiud of ardeeit or a ny other liquoi s to be dr ainl;. N ov. 17 ; R>ic hard tFerrs, of '.. i, i i-, ,,,, Nov 21 ; leetioe assessedl spoin Iris real or perso nal pro- M r. liri.'gs m oved to anmeni- iu th a e l c
mwiag to various causes, a largeeclass of prsonswill fur. A few htourls before,' the seroi had robbed tifl ntithini their doors by tlhe parchlaser or purehia- Fredcricl; V: C-.I'. n1"-, o lieen~ctadv eo Dec. -22; perty.' Carried. liy inlscrtmg >th~e ord white. t-" le said6 tha i1t'
al* w a ys be lin iu d in every cou n try d ep iived of o ne E ug~lsli brig N ep t ane, C 'a p t. K ~ell v, f)'r e J ,, nm ai- s es ; b u t lhq ao rs so bo u g lt nm u st be ca rried a Slt p b nc l .. i i Ol O ta rio co I"O V. 2 d ; .lu l nm B i\ '. S p) e cicer sieve d lo i tn se rt th e w ord sp ec ia l- i,,id b ee,; t -u bsta n ti-~lty d etc id ed b y te e 'ven -
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n'he moatvalaualeand impurant faculies, F~romu ca) bo,,ud tSt. Johns,^. B. of all their clothes way. ,, i. N,; 3 Thas. 5telutlfLe.,Jco y^ -"s'blwtornethpov i,,tatrpey ott ad a :
cee.alal data we are colnViuccd tla~t the liUmlber oif alud '{)00"(TJ Ul mci Srv ec. 3. All creeae~tiots int lorbuldden by the Dec 12 ] nochl Tompkina, ol 8carsdasle, ?'ov. 12 : 8ion '"ore e ptiet, ilt, ation for a vote. Of euurse it ought not o b
,MORE PIRAC\2. laws ol this territory, lire allowed oni Suudays, Piatt llerrnck, of 13ridgrewater, Dee 11. Mlr Birds~eye piroposed to strik.. out thle words, s~, wir.b regard to tihe blacks) any oiore thn tle
blin0 persons hm tle Unite States is nearly as great Tturn, Se'pt. 83.--Arived, this forenlooa, shtip float and after 12 o'chlck ; provide, d, that public or shall be by law cxetmnted f'otm taxation.' wvines. fite was ileehp, n....- .^ *e ...n.t..


(ifnol greater) than the number of (deafand du blS. Orleans, Snell, from Philadelphia, ,with l ?, r- ordei b!; not thereby endangered, or iuidividlua M A 1 l I E he motion was s ported by the mover a.d so, a ud wis-e- to insert this ore, *i o i i.t osth e -
At aiivyrale, every reflecting person xill admit that go of Dry Goods, c. W as boarded off Abaco, tra aquillity disturbed. Last evening by til l-r R ev M r. dic lard ,on, Ja els ", uot, a d opposed by Iy lc s os. >ou iig and t itr. Young w as in favoi if 1 h lU:>. l "
iistlutio s olr the education of tte blind will al- oil the 19th of August, and detained two days Sec. 4, So number, exeediig tto, of colored .Li' q. 1, Liisslary Mailda Ketnberly, both tjuel. ,r. K~nt tva opposed to the 11o;to", of the
wvsdeserve to be considered as highly essential, by a Piratical Corvette, mounting -14 gus, and pesons, free or davesshall be allowed to stand ofthis(city.A Mr..Brlggs ;.e.,rked that he was opposed to gentleman 'rm Schn iet d n fvor of
s~~~~~obbed oof d g rieaoaodf rbbyi it) n u tlrb oastutleSlees alsad hiiheffiabi ay~~'ignjlhsat tiyat ouansfuiw,33lObtthe exclusive lpribabeyes,;w60et ,'rto udth vauufatou- proviso reprtedebStreeetsahoesee.di-ethaa
.dof .im[a),y impotanceto humanity. Whenwe (100.- iveltas, or to ntoy tile pubhlcnIll ` "rarinerolibandr ogy, to Miss Mary Aim HCUOU,, oot ll O1ti^e irlergy. t" tlwltoter are exeaat edaC l reepreed h by ithe ent hs e
eea laorlo n child, Iv which evinces an active tni md, W hlere are ou r cruisers ? W ill u ot ou r g ov- w also iv er. A t (Noevi ch, C t M r. Ja mr es N Ityer B, of Ne w O r- w h iy hub o l, not deacon i, be ex e m p.-ed t ,.o ? T h ) ,,nd he sh ou ld act tr o sle t l, CO m mitt e CTlh al
awd proalishig talottS, we cannot refrain from re- eriUment take pronmpt steps to protect our de- leans, to Iiss Mary Ainl T"li'jo's, dai1lhtr of are good mlet ; anod why nuit exempt the carpeil- repetition ofthem. It wa true tlhat tie blacks
t, o a c h hl l l le i i i fl e r orme or i f I' h e e nT r e ai i o u ii e s e n c el e s s c o a s t a d s a v e o u r c i t i z e n s f r o m s i O n F r i d a y l a s t s o o n a f t e r t h e S t e a'm- b na t h ad yi lu c a.. n T u s Fs ( -^ t e r a l s o w h o bil ds th e c h i i tc l i a n il t h e p r i n te-' w e r e i n sa me r esp ect s a d'er ad ed per'iao n e


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W tit It waV 3 uTr'g t ssa themm Mr. Itadclilt moved to si'ke oiii the Wortds, was boarded by a row boat from the shore, manned i'i
tisfrannchlicd, anid the dlar eternally barred e antd shall have been, within the last year, as- with 10 men armed with muskets, swords, pistols G
Ld
aeginrst them. Thre proviso would not cut them ienssed to labor upon the public highways,and shall and knives they cut and knocked down several of ,
vf from n ll hope, and "'minht in some degree have performed the la-bor, or paid an equivalent the crew, and drove very ma below-having left li
alleviate the wrotgs Wve had done tinhe. It wivesAd t erefor, according to law." t two men on board, the enainder boarded the brig l
have a tendency to make them industries, t a ttA The motion of iMr. Radcliff was sported by two Mehanic, urrint, of Portlaner board te brig en S
~ngrug withs the srotpect uif participating is- s. .3 1he mover and Mr. Sharpe, andt opposed by Mesn. Mechanic, Purringt~b, of Portlaid, (Wkhich was in S
igh of suff prage pc Sofencer, Y"ongand Burroughs, when tite ques company) and remained on board about 4 hours- ve
Mr. Van uren was it favor of te Iplan p'T- tion was taken tirereco by ayes and noes, aind they then retur ied to the Milo, and robbed the th
posed by the select conunittee, and opposed to i decided in the negative, by all the members pre- captain of his money. $30, watch-and clothiing,
tile anmeiulne>it,. sent, excepting Messrs. Bacon, Barlow, Briggs, several articles from the crew, all the cabin stores st
Mr. Sharpe renmiaed that the report of the Dyckinan, Fairlie, King, Ls c Radcliff, N.y y ealetty
s elect a nO ttii it e I-l al r t'e to i to a ie th e b lacks a S n', ty tdi, S e arn a t, L f in ith S V a si R e tsse later, a n d n early e nery t hlti th at W as nia o eab le tlh y nt
ele I or er, ittaee itih as they ere nothiaks ble Vana Vecemand, oods. then left the sclioonier and proceeded towards the he

ltl pay tixe;in o certain ncas1 itand were exempted i r, Bel then thovedto; amiend by asriking out shore. Captain rushing saw three of the mene in th
roui tht .r'rtoimalnce of jury and mi litary ser- all that part of the ectioh under consideration Matanzas, and also the boat, which was25 or 3i feet w
vihe. I' was qetiherefore but fair t hat some privi- t which is included between the words and also' tong, and was carried out in February last from t
ieges should he aiitheld a an equivalent for in tih 9'h line, and the words 1" according to Baltinor,hittheschooner Iris, of that place.
hetevxIeliptinst. law in i the ith line, inclusive. _
JVIr. lirptis wi-shed to make tile constitution The ayes and noes having been required there- Cautlior.-Counterfeit tills of the State Barnk T
cousi-t-'nit it all i rtparts. Theblack mann as a on, ti question is take ad decided i te of New-Brstn di "k, f fivte dollars, have lately nc
e+.griaded nla nbt r of society, andl vnuld therefore negative, 77 to 6. appearance in this ity. They are ola d
,e always ready to sell his vote i nor fotuld real The qplestion wvas then taken upon the whole of made their appearate i this city. LThey l'e itoi-
estate mtske hits a hOttertman. The whites cal that part of thee section as before presented, and erably well xbckuted, excepting thle whole appear- p
lever take them to their bosoatsm Carried. ance of the cingraring being niuch coarser than the h
iMr. Burroughs imide siie ienttarks, buit oin The proviso Was next in order. original; the writing part rntich inferior-Dated Feb hr
which side of lithe question, the reporter could not Mr. Ront innoed to rise and report. He hoped 1821 ; letter D. t
distinvilv understand, they would not (it being 3 o'clock) take up the
Mr. Talltnaiige was opposed to the motion.- ltugroes upon anit empty stomach. The Deaths in Baltimore, from malignant fever,
Ife was pieparerd lo vote tor the proviso which Mr. E. Willi'aams wast opposed to the motion on the 7th instant, were four-Mrs. Haddaway, Sot-
the coiUmittee had reported because he consider- for rising and reporting. He sid that the histo-gan, Eiabeh Lang
erit i ti *, i -iaomprnise of 'cfiiinictin opinion is.- ry ofl te werek would sheaw that it was inexpdti- diltlatOl urga, Elizabeth Langford, anti Dan- C
he il talitoughtt it b ied out cintici tieut to that eut to rise and report ouiil nest ols were settled. acker. Nodeathsby maligntant fever were reported ft
utnfIittnate class of iour population, to berco.,e Day after day we ihad heard the same argument, on the 8lth. d
indlsltrious and valuable inumtibers of the coinuti- and the saine language too, repeated verbatim .te
'ety. three or foinrtimes over. The repetition of toe The FRANks.It, 74, got under \\ay this indriittig fi
Mr. Jay said this subject had already beeh ful- same words might be very edifying to the speak- at6 o'clock, aind crossed the bar, when, site again o
ly dis'rused and oice disliosed of by the cou- ers, but vei y tedious and sickening to the hearers. came to anchor. 'The library oilt board amounts to h
ventinnl and he hail hoped, ihat it would not a- it'l hoped therefore that the committee would not 2500 volumes. ti
gaiu lie made a uli fdeitlebuitite. i t .is as notl rise. r -i
his itietion to t revive tih distcussih oft it ; aid The motion in rise and report was lost. Coroner's Report.- An inquest was hldd on Motn-
ihe rfose !ow ,ly ttl.intkesoie repyv to the remarks, M r. R. Clarke moved to strike (iut thie words (lay, on the body of PatieOtdu Sprague, aged 55 ti
thiichi h.d fallen from tlhe geith-.imi from Scho- '" subject Io taxation, or"' in the 23J line of ti years, at the h eof Jon Ewen, corner of Delan a
haril', (Mr. BIl2ags.) He toi;ld wish that K.ntle- proviso Lost. cyandoerck streets. tt of Jo n i cothe jry, that she s
inain ,d assiinlledl some ritaslon, whiy pei sisis of Mr. Batron spoke at some length agaiist ti' cy a d Goerck treats, Verdict n ftehejury, that Se si
colour miight note os inill'1lige't anu, virtuous. as proviso. He was opposed to it on the ground c.am to her death by iitenipefapice. h
Whli'e priSs. ha' iti native intiterpostild iiyhar- iltat it was vituially depriviig persolnis of colour 'C
ries to prv iii tht n freeilie iaqtisitioitiun io of thfe p, ivi lvgs which others oe joyed and cvas Erranum.-In the poetical effusion of Fiotio," a
ledge, tic the pursuits iofi'irtl ?e It was true' they indirectly getting rid of a question that we were published onil Saturday, last line of thle first stinza, s
vwerfe lnw in some me;isure a degraded race ; but unwilling to Ineet directly. If we wished to du- for confederatede" read consecrated." I
how ctmne thy' so? \Was it not by our fault, and prive the blacks of the right of voting, he wished -
the fault of our fathers ? And because they had it night be done openly, and that we might not By the arrival of the brig Superb, O'Conner, last F
beet ) degraded, tlhe gentleman front Schoharie heso sqo sueamish, as to resort to a dishonorable evening, in 40 days froni Greenock, we have ai few
w'as for visiting tile sits oif the filturs upin thile compromise, additional iteis of fitietgn intelligence, bu they are e
chil and for con, it g the t eternal de- MrEawood saidhe was not in favur oflet- additional items of foreign intelligence, but theatre
pred Itioil, He ioutlld int but think there Were ing in black vagabon4s to vote, but felt more li- not very important The London datesare thesame e
too u iny unifltinded piejudices ; too mnich pride btral than the selvset committee i, he therefore as before received, d
of demtoneyon i this subject. However we may moved to strike out 6'250,' and insert '^,100.' Prices of Stocks, Aug 21.-3 per cent red. 77 e
scorn., and iu tull5 and trample upon this unfortu- The question was hUireupon taken on iMrt East. l 76 7-8 77--3 per clnt. osols89 765 1e6 3-- p aer i,
late r.ce now, the day was fast approaching, wood's motion, and lost. ae7lt. 87 8-operolsent 9.5 7-8 0-5 per cents. 109 p
whit wie 'a t lie Idown with the i, in that mar- A division living been required Uptbon the pro- 103 7-8 109 -Cotsols tr Acct. 761.
row lted appointed fti all the living. Then, if ivisoe asreported, the question wastaken there- [It Irela nd t hearst is stateditoh eneriu-l -
noit he!ore, ithe pride of distinction would cease. on, and carried in the affirmative, 72 to 32. ally p ductive, and through Erig d generally, t
Then the prisoners rest ... .., ,' they lbear not Thie connittee then rose and reported progress reports are in favor of it average crop.
the voice of the oppress, i i. small and the atld obtaled leave to sit again. The Land Lt papers are still Mtuch otuipied in
great a;re there ; and tne servant is free front his In Convention, on motion of Mr. Buel, order- two m en shot by the military, at the timts of Ihe
master. it counningled and undistinguisled dust ed,. that thuireport of the committee of the whole t lo o bySlte miii' any, Th proceedinge o
we mtiet all iepose, and ri.e together at the last as amended, be printed for the use of the crn- funtia on er late d ajest y, a re very olueineous,
day. (;id hs created its ll equate l and why bers of the convention. Adjouined. etibracing much uninteresting matter. The lite s
sltld Wit e statblisli distitetionsi. Me are all the ... .. ,.- ,guards were to be drawn up, by order ol govern- j
off spring of our cotmton father, and redeemed by WELNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. mett, to euitble the witnesses to endeavor to
our common Saviour-the gates of Paradise are idetitiy the persons who fired the shots.
open alike to tile bond and the free. lHe hoped The Convention.-By the proceedings of the Con. The British Traveller, of the 21st August,
the eomnmiittee swotld tever ionseit to iicorpirate
intl tise coistittlnto a provisionu, whih contra- velltion of Saturday, published this evening, it will states, that public otice has been given tiat a
vened the spirit of our institutions, and which be seen, that the question as to the Extension ofthe general m meeting of the comlliitees front celichE
trade that addressed her lMaje.ty wuvld take f
wis so repulsive to the diat.ttes of jusiice and Rightof suffrage has been settled in committee of place tliiteve.ingatSnmithfie.lditoiale arrange-
humanity. the whole, upon the broadest principles. All dis- ,ieis foratending ithe funeral of Honey ad rge-
Mr. Lu.el said it was not correct, as had been tnction between voters for Senate and Assembly is Francis, shot by the military
sugestedil a former day by thle honorable gen- abolished : and every maie citizen of tHe age of The King continues to receive the most enthu-
visioni fi t e i xc.a i ofi tiblacks hatd been twenty-one years, who shall have been one year an siastic marks of affection from lhis iish subjects.
He visitei tied t'ieat he ait Dublin oil thi eveuiug
made bly the framiersofour coustittilion, because inhabitant of this state, preceding the day of the of ite2 t, 2 of August, and i bowed inostg ace -
that liey .tiere then so few and inconsideiable as election, and for the last six months a resident of the full y amd graciously to the audience,'' who were
to have been overlooked by theru. It would be town, county, or district where he may offer his i i ., ...I with His Majesty's coidescension.e
this sat ie was lnIcteig ago peventas 1730 a tpecunialing of vote, and shall have paid a tax to t:e state or His Majesty also visited the Linen-Hall, where

of slaves. St itucat eea n b in, de il thea tme county within the year next preceding the election, he remained for soine time, indutly exatlmling
subject down to the timeof tthe revolution, which assessed upon his real or personal property; or the beautifus is cdmirtensof ui h fabrite, it ex-
evinced that the people of this sttep wire not ig- shall be by law' exempted firl tax.itioi, anid A p DeputaS i io "mironi tio Pi t,iiytii't.ii twa yf t
norani of 'the lendency r extent of the effect iand also every male citizen of the age of twenty-one Ireland aluotiniintng to one htndre it n tiunty
progri ssif emvinenipation. In the peiiol of the years, who shall have been. for three years next pre- gentleimenei of tile highest resp'ctabilhty, drinr
revolutionary war a statute had been passed for ceding such election, an inhabitant of this state ; together, to celebrate the auspicious event of hisi
the encouragement of enlisting blacks into the
service, provided that et the expiration of three and for the lastyear, a resident in the town, county, MajesIty's a ival.
years the slave shlinuld e entitled to is freedom or district, where lie may ofler his vote; and shall h Peparation ere making at t ie Mansion
eHoiue (or the Grand Diinter to be given by the
and the master to the military bounty. have been, within the last year, assessed to labour icity it uiii ni otu (li, .'viningt ot the 2.iti August,
He had previously suggested the difficulty of upon the public highways, and shall have perform- to thie King, and a gallery erected for the accomn-
-disclimination which would arise from such a ed the labor, or paid an equivalent therefor, accoid- modation of Ladies.
provision. Philosophers had distinguished the ing tolaw; and also every citizen oftwenty-one years The King reviewed the troops composing the
human race by five colours, the white, black, old, who, being armed and equipped, has actually garrison in the Phieuix Park, when at a nimatedt
brown, olive and red. By the amendment, four peror tia duty s be e ed to vote resemblance of a battle took place, to the greatI
ofthe races would be excluded. In the West In- perorni militia dity, shall be is itled to vote i gratification of his M jesty.
dies a man becamewl-ite according to law, when tile town or ward where lie actually resides, aad not A \' iarsaw article of July 30th, states it is
only one sixteenth part of African blood ran in else where, for all offices that now are, or her after, runmournd here that a conflict has taken place be-
his veins. These questions might lead us to un- may be, elective by the people. How thie great body tma een the advance guards of the Russian tind Ot-
pleasant elucidations of family history, and ought of the hardy free-holders, who constitute the bone toman forces on the Prutiih.'
to be avoided. and muscle of the country-who, when actual fight, A letter from A urembunrg, Aug. tlth states,
Mr. Young replied to the observation of Mr. ing is to be dne, have tofight, and when oneys frotiers of te Ottoarmy is concentratinchg on threeiv-
Bel, and admitted that the theory of philoso- wanted by te government, have to pay it-will like frontiers of the Ottoman empxtens, which is receiv-
phers might be correct-buthlie contended tatin ted by government, have to gre cents daily. Extesie magazines
forming a constitution reference was to be had, such a sweeping blow at the rights and privileges are establish ing in Hungary, and the exportation
not to speculation, but to the common sense of which they have heretofore justly possessed, remains ofcorn has been prohibited. On the departure of
inmaikinti. That would sufficiently direct who to be seen. the last courier from Vienna, it was believed that
were to be admitted and who were to be exclud- U- We forgot to mention in the proper place, war was inevitable,
ed by such a general provision, that the Convention have determined that distin.c-.Ti duke of Wellington has iu n eted the for-
Mr Briggs made three unsuccessful efforts to tificatios ofDiant, i r, and Huy, and pro-
take the floor, tions in the qualifications of electors, are not al- needed to Leige. Tile people there ask why
Messrs. lR.ss and LR.Clarke addressed the cosr- waysodious. No person of color is to be taxed, or does he come here to examine our fortifica-
mittee, on the subject, at considerable length, permitted to vote, unless he possess an unincuimber- tions."
whemn ed freehold to the value of $250. PARtS, Aug. 16.
Mr. Briggs replied to the objections that had The Messiah, whose pompous ai rival in Greece
been raised by the hon. gentleman from West- The late .Alurder at Coxsadcie..-The Editor of has been announced by several Journals, turns
chester (Mr. Jay.) That gentleman had remark- the Saratoga Sentinel, has attempted to ascertain out to be no other than Joseph Napoleon, who
ed, that we must all ultimately lie down in the some particulars relative to the stranger wt,, wa3 has quitted America, accompanied by Lefebre,
same bed together. But he would ask that hon. lately murdered at Coxsackie. It seems that his other F the brotne rs Lalle praosd,e f offering
gtleuaun whether he would comnst n lie dowm cravatwas marked Samuel It .,gi i atnd thatin his his services to the Greeks.
in life, in the saute feather bed with a uegro? But hat was fuund the New-York Daily Advertiser di- GE-. P etcx, Aug. 24.
it was said, that the right of suffrage would ele- t ws fun Advertser d GEE A 4.
late them. He would ask whether it would ele- reeted toN.Lewis. The Editors of the Daily Adver- The harvest in this district promises to be ear-
vate a Umonkey or a baboon to allow them to vote ? tiser, say, that they do not direct papers to any one lier than was expected. Through Essex, down
N o, itwouldlbe to sport,and trifle audiinsult them ofthe nameof1N. Lewis, exceptingto the late pro- to Harwich, tlhe wheat is fine. It Kent, the
to say they might be candidates for tihe office of prietr of the Pavillion, in Saratoga. Oin noticing arrestt has comtienced-the report isf tnfavor-
Peosideit of the United States. But gentlenien thiscircomnstance, the Sent'mnl says, we reneti. 'le reports, gelteray, throgughout Enaghtd ace

to withdraw his motion, and therefolse he with- bher to mve seen a fe'w weeks since, an Irish Gentle- in favour of an average crop ;-aud, in Ire-
drew it. ntian of tie name of WVright, whose appearance cor- iand, the harvest is stated to be unusually pro-
ThIe questions was then taken on the first part respondedil with the description given of thec one nmur- ductive.
of the section, (as amendedd) in tlIe following dered, with the addition, that his fice was consider- From the AJtiontal Intelip-rac' of Oct, 8.
wo ers: h t f ably marked with the -i and on examining It has been announced in nearly all the New-York
years, h sial have been oneyear at niabitant the books at Cougress-Hall, we find that hischristian and Philadelphia Gate tes, that tui newspaper mail
of this state, preceding the day of the election, and namewasSamuel; that hlie was IromSavannah,Geo. 4oti tun Soiuth a rive d stoa cities i thc, a ai
for the last six moothsa resident of the towni, coul- that he arrived at the Springs on the 9th July, take tmi pa irs illegible. The fact, thus disoily
ty or elstrict ahire ie tnay offer his uita, ant siatl etoi thelth fnr Niagara falls, returned on site 8th stalic and verified beyoltd doubt, was presented tot

year preceding the election, assessed upon his real of Aug. and continued in town a few days, when he the notice ot he General Pot Of ice atd the mail
so prsonal prerty, or shall be by law exempted left fbr the south. We are also informed that he have, it censeqaueae, been debited on the books of
A' division avnitg been called for, it was decid- was a merchant of the first i -p.' i 0.il., It is the Post Oltice one hiunditred and ninety dollars, (be-
d ih the aflirmativi' 114. to 2-Mess's Plattand added, that he left Saratoga. for the south, about in tie amounted ltf the ittf furea or permitting the
J. t. Vatn Rensselaer voting in the negative, tho 12th or 15th of August, and that he was in the express stipulations of their contract. 5e under-
lThe next division of the section relative to the habit of travelling in a stage or coach. From the staiind, froni authority to be relied on, that contra-
qualification by military service,having been al- description given, the Sentinel says, there is a tors are invariably debited foir every offence of this
ready decided by ayes and ines, was passed over; sng probability that lhe was tie unfortunate suf- k'el, wvich cities tt thi ,."'' t, ..f lHe fepart-
and thequestioin itn order,s was on the part of the l ;ins anti that, If the .I '... ... ........', wbereer
section expressed in the words following : tefert it occurs tie tiansportation of the mail will be plau-
"And a ao, every male citizen of thle age oftitwen- We have good reason to believe that the Sentinel ed is other hands.
ty-oie years, who liall have been, for three years is mistaken in regard to the person of tlhe deceased.
next i''reuedbig such election, an inliabatant of this The murder was coummuitted on the 14th of Septembcr, i'rm the Baltimore imrican.
State ; and tor the last year, a resident in the townUt, i e a e 1t 1t IIorrid .Murdlr.-A corouer'sinquest was held
tonmlt) or district, whe'ere ue may offer his vote ; aid at u i t' ,, ., hlet SaraInp til 1h or 15th Bod-streel P. a the hose Joh
shall hiave been, within the last year, .sset'ssed to la- of Augt. or thie South, lie would hardly have been at l'alhou-n on' F.i y Pi. t tbet eea and 10 o'- Js
tur tutu i the ic highwaysitidilail ve rs Casackie a aonth afarwarde. Mr ,lghtof Sa clnck, by Lytunert tat5'1htias Esq. over the bodyy
c'rdiini tc t t' iantisedto vole in tie loewn vaunah, usually travelled in a coach. The deceased of MAliss Auu laiuilton, aged a bout lo years.-
ini v.pl: c'iuhete lie actually resides, and not else. was travelling on foot and cro'sed tie luodson river Tlie verdict of tlie j iy was, that s ish catnte (i-


Siere, for all otfiK.cers that now arc, or hermeater from Kildlcrlouo to Coxsackie, Itarudition to these htr dea!hi by a pistol ball shot at her by' Jos'p/i
usy ie, oetlite by the people." c.iuinstances, it was pretty well ascertained at Al 'it itiomipsofuiidrst i eaileaf the Hwnap/trouite burg
r. Bacon here spoke ot s-mule time. in explan- eauy last week, that the deceased was at that place Leuarc, ,'te bal'l cte'rig hir head" behind I/tn
ation of his views; they are of too gpreiat length to c uwhi, tar, Iapidpenelraitttg intlu /tnc brain."-
*be inserted in the jourailt. t a few( ays pevtiou1lsto thce murder, selling a pec- As far as the cii.cumst nces of this dihtessing
Mr. Va.iinure. was opposed to universal suf- -ar l.iiu of soap for takinggrease spots frou broad- .affair have coie to our knowledge, it itppears,
frage, but in cousiderationt of the guenei il setith- cloths, coats, and other articles ol' raiiteut. tiat tle lither of the young I .Iy, a.ibut sorveu
ientis ofthe convention as they had ueen e'xpres- o'clotk in the evening, callie hotue-ile pa-sd
sad by thse various voles that hlad b'eu tak-it, lie .J'ore Piracy.--The schooner Mila, arrived at through ihe palor,u i which Tihompsouu a.d tihe
W'is in favor of retaining the provision as repoir- Balt. (Maine) reports that oi the 20th ult 16 liours young lady weu. sitting. A ilirt tLime aitl'er-
Ced by thle select colniuittceo.t out, tia pan of'Matanzas bearing S. W. 10 miles, wards, hilc the father and inmother were above


airs, they heard their daughter cry out, J Myy
oad! Thompson is going to shoot me h Alarm-
I at the expression, they were in the act of de-
ending the stairs, when the report of a pistol was
eard-and the mother, who cainlt 'down first,
ceived her daughter in her arms at the bottom.
he wastfiund snot in the head, as stated in the
verdict above, anid instantly expired. Before
he father could piss by his wife and daughter,
hompson had raised another pistol to his own
Thompsonjsu) heads and discharged it. He in-
antly fell on the floor, but from the Alter report
ithe surgeon, who extracted the ball from his
eads we leari that thedeed was not followed by
te mortal consequences intended. Thompson
as sooU placed in the watch iouse, and oni Sa-
urday committed to Jail.
Tile cause which led to thie eninmission of this
readful actS we understand to be brieflV this.-
'hompson, wiho boarded in the house, had evin-
ed an atffction for the young lady, which was
ot, it is said, reciprocated on her part ; and un-
er the suspicion that she was more favorably dis-
osed towards another, he determined to destroy
oth her life and his own. Since the murder, lihe
as maintained an obstinate silence on all ques-
ions put to hint.

From the Connecticut Couranl.
HARitTFoiRI) COUNTY CATTLE SCt OW.
On Wednesday and Thursday last, the annual
tattle Show and exhibition of Domestic Manu-
actures, took place ill this city. On Wednest-
ay the a animals designed for exhibition were col-
ected oil the south green and in an adjoining
eld., where they were inspected by a committee
f the society. Thle number of animals, per-
aps was not larger haun that of last year ; but
he improvement which s been made in the va-
oiuskindIs was very apparent. The appearance
f a large number of young stock and milch ...'i .
id Iuchh credit to our agricultural brethren ;
nd the woi king battle brought forward on tite oc-
asion, evinced great improvemtent in that di-
cription ofdonmestic animals. Many valuable
orses were exhibited which discovered an in-
leasing attehitin to the breeding of this noble'
animal. The improvement made ini the breed of
wine, likewise, within the past year, cannot but
e considered of great importance.
The exhibition of Domestic Matnufactures took
place in the chambers of the State Hlouse. The
i.. -. was crowded to excess diihiig tied ay ;
ut we regret to statehat the display of articles,
either in lliumbei or variety, did not equal the
expectation ol tihe society. Such spediii ins of
otuetstic ilanuufacture, however, as were exhibit-
id, were highly meritorious. SLeeral bonnets of
ngpnious fa brick, h fu of ufgrass and straw, 'ert
produced, Miss Woodhause, ofWethersfield, a-
gain obtaiile' the premium l It the bas. article of
his kind, which% was subsequently sold to a gen-
leman f omn Savannah fort 30. The hearth rugs
ind carpets were very superior ; and the piece
if broad cloth manufactured by /Mrs. Baker ol
this city, which obtained lhie 1iemiuo saus u-
versally admired.
At 2 o clock the society dined at Mr. Sears',
ufter which most of thile domestic articles weie
sold at auction, and we were pleased to notice,
that all that were disposed of obtained a h high prici.
On Tihuitday, at 10 o'clock, A. M.etheis u sc p
pointed, the society convened at the Stite-I'i,,usc
and were eseorted froili theci'.t to the field sehIct-
ed for the plolghing aiitich. IThe ground icho-
Oell was strung sward land, acid the competisots,
f. r in number Citered upou their lask with mul:c
spirit. One f tlie ploi s obeiug ill adiplted to tn t
undertaking, was spedrily abitndonel ; but th
remaining three plougn meni cotiined thu-i
course and pilrformed their l aork with much skil
and judgment.
Aft'r rtie plowing match Was coincliuded, tinl
society returned to the Slate-House. At 2 o'cloel
the processioni was again foined, ard .'scu ited t
tlue Southi ineeting-house, lher'j after hearing i
suitable portion ofscripaule lead, urnd a fervei,
prayer, by thie Rev. Dr. Flint, the several premia
uins nwaide.l by thle different comnmitltes iwere
ci<.i ..,.' by. t11e P[.enn1 to the stc'.'r lul canl
tldlhar.s. "t i* bS tilly Weai' aitIue -rCWa escort
to the State-H'ouse'.
Assy/lium fr thetinsane.--On Wednesday last
a convention of the Connecticut Medical Societ]
was held in this city. The number of insani
persons ill the state has been found to exceed al
former calculations; and the misery which thie
snffe'r, and which they inflict upon otheisis, peri
Ihtps, greater than fioil any otlier source. To a
dopt measures for the relief it their sufllerings wa
the object of the convention.
The committee, to whom the subject was re
lerntid inl May last, exhibited their report, whirl
was read, accepted, and ordered to be pub
lislied;
From that report it appears, that in trie seventh'
towns fromn which returns more or less iictniplt,
have been received, there are between 5 and 601
insane persons-and that a very general interest
in their behalftbas been manifested in every par
of the state.
The convention, with great tinanimity, adopt
ed such mratisures as seemed calculated to pio
note the object in view. They adopted a plain
lor the institution and government of au Societyfou
the relief of tIAc Insaue-to which they appropis


16,$46 flems 9203 arsheens drillings : 0,200 do
crash : 19,000 liare skins; 1,'2S5,000 quill ; glass,
ware, hucka b ffalo robes, flax, copper, &c.
&c.

DIED,
This morning, in the 78th year ot her age, Eliza-
beth, widow of the late Isaac Coulthard deceased.
On Saturday last of a lingering illness, which lhe
bor'e with resign .tion, relying fully for salvatiOh on
the merits of Iis redeemler, M r. John eatiury, aged
57 years; he took part. in the revohiltiooary war: lie
lived and died the noblest work of God--au honest
mant.
On Monday "eepinw. ifter a short illness, Lucy,
the wifeof i-l..,i ,i L_.,,.I in the 47tth year of hel'
age.
Last evening, Mrs. O'Brien.

ARRIVrED I-ST EfI'A"TXG,
Brig Sujerb, O'Cottor, 40 daiys from Greenock,
with coals and dry gnods, to John Flack, owner, A.
Mitlhell, H utchinsuo ,' Carrick, Thompsoni y Steele.
Sailed this morning, wind N. W -Packet ship
Aitly, Maxwell, for Liverpool; ship Martha. Bar.
stow, for do ; ship Favorite, for Chlarlestoi:; brig Fox,
Wheeler, for Port au Prince.
QUEBEC, Sept. 24.-Arrived, brig Elizabeth,
Thompson, from Liverpool, salt, brought 4 of the
crow of the brig Earl of Dalliousie.I frtn fatherr
Point.-25th, brig William, Steiward Newvcastle,
coal.-, 2 i. .. _'Faine, ritlge,Duemerara, ruion, o-
lasses, -,f. '- 1, htrig C(leriib Rayside, front
Greeno'ek, general cargo and 15 settlers

THURSDAY EVENING. OC IOBIEIR 11.


There has been an affiay at Dantzic, be( iee bi'd6
Jews and Christians, which was not terminated witlix
out bloodshed.
The Brussels Oracle of the 18th of August, saydf
that they value the property which Bonaparte pla
ced in the different hanks, at 36,000,000 francs. Auf
to the Meumoirs which he wrote at St. Helena, it ap=
pears certain that there exist three copies of thefi
but it seems doubtful whether they will be delivered
to the Printer for some time to come.
NAPLES.
Letters from Naples mention, that a resolution ha
at last been taken, to exile a certain number of per:
sons who took a more or less li. I..', "h...i part iii
the revolution. The list, it is said, will extend to a-
Lout uhinety persons, including Ioerio, Borelli, Arcoa
vito, Petronelli, *&c. Liberty will be given then to
reside its Austria, Prussia, or Russia.
A letter front Paiermio, states, that the Siciliarn
government hatd concluded an agreement with IM;
M. Rothscltild an'd Agerman, for the loan ofa thou-
sand ounces ofgold. ''he conditions are the said
as those stipulated for the Iban of ten millions, pre-
viously ell'ected by the Neapolitan Governient.
THE GREEKS AND TURKS.
The papers, as nusal, abound with letters, and
extracts from the continental papers, relative to thief
affairs of ithe Greeks arid 'url ; but they are equal-


--._....._.. ..- ly as unsatisfactory andt contruidictorv as former ac-


LATE NEWS FROM EUROPE.
The fast sailing Packet Ship O lbion, Capt. Wil.
liamts, arrived this morning in 41 days fi'oim Liver-
pool By this arrival tile Editors of the Cummer
cial .Idvertiserr have received from their attentihet
,. .:., ,, -ni,-I- 1. 1 I ,1 ., .: I ... -, ., papers to the
evennug of the 30tb August, Liverpool to the 31st.
and Lloyd's Lists ta the 28th-all inclusive. We
have also, Shipping Lists, Prices Current, &c. as usu-
al. To the politeness of capt. Williams, we are al-
so indebted for a regular extra file of the London
Courier, from the 17th to the 28th of August, inclu-
sive. He will be pleased to accept our thanks. I
The Albion left Liverpool on the first of Septem-t
her, tite N. W. buoy on the id, and the cast of Ire--
land oil the 11th.
The following passengers tame in tihe Albion :-
The Chevalier d'Anduago, Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary, from his Catholic
Majesty, to the United States ; Stephen Price, Ebq
onle of the managers of the New-York Theatre ; Mr.
Thomas Phillips nud lady; Miss E. Davis, and Mrs.
Coleani ; (engaged by Mr. P for the New-YorkI
boards ;) James Arnott of Philadelphia, and twoa
sons; J. Harleston Read. of S. Cardlina ; Ensign
Maule, of thRliegt or Cameron Highlanders, andi
servant: .'sicholas Roskill, of Liverpool; Win. Gas-
ton ol Savannah ; A. Beloe, of N. Orleans ; Alex.
Wood,of Upper Canada ; Archibald Wdiliamns, of
London ; Adam Monteith, of Glasgov ; Joseph
Cantnon, and fifteen in thie steerage
We have made as many extract. for this evening.
as our limits would permit ; and the !illo'wiig sir,-
ttry embraces a notice "f every lata occurrence
which appears worthy of hattehibtit.
SPAIN.
The accounts froin Madrid are to the 17th of Atu-
gust. I',e aie gratified to perceive that probfund
.ranquiihty prevails in all the populous cities of
Spain, and there arc strong mt.iications that politi-
cal lhberty and liberal principles are becominmug more
fir. ly established. Tthe hordesof'b.nditti, oi evere,
stili Irowl about through various districts, and in
some instances they laugh at all the measures which
the governments order against then. On the 8th of
August, a proclamation was issued by the political
chief of Valencia, stating that Ihe King had ordered
10,tl)00 reals de V-llous to be Laid to Juan Navarro.
for having kill d the faltuus MaLrrna, onle of tite
chiefs of the band of Jaime Alfioso. A reward of
30,000 reals is offered for the apprehension of Jaime
himself, 10,000 for that of each of the individuals
who have been more than four years with him (so
long has lie carried on his depredations,) and 6000
fur each of the other persons who belong to the band
at the publication of this notice.
Almost simultaneously with the publication of this
decree, Jaimne contrived to take prisoner a son of the
above Juan Navarro, and he has had the insolence
to send to the afillicted father, demanding 2,t)00 0 pias-
tres flr ie liberty of hisson, assuring him that if the
sutm is not paid withinn six days, the hboy (, lad of
15,) shall be flayed alive What a dreadful alterna-
tive ibr a poor hlther. He is doing his utmost to col-
lect tiis enoruious sum, and soume generous inhabi-
tantls have contributed: and then the demand ofJa-
ime, that thie father himself shall bring it to the Sier-
ra alone without any escort How lih zard at once
the money and the lives both of tsie father and the


counts have been. We halve made a few extracts,
and have also epitomized the different rhmours.
A letter received in this city from Liverpool, dated
September 1, states that a rumour was afloat in tile
Exchange in Lonrdon, at 5 o'clock P. M. of August
30, that the Emperor Alexander had declared war
against the Turks; and a Liverpeol paper of the
same date contains a similar story. This is news
which we should like exceedingly to hear corrobora-
ted-- bult
The lBritish Traveller ofthue evening of the s30th
in a Postscript dated at hall' past 3 o'clock, says-
" We stop the Press to announce the following im-
portanit ihtbltigence:-
ROYAL EXCHANGE.
TituEr O'CLOCK.
The Levanit Compainy have recihived an express
that the TURKS HAVE AGREED TO THE
ULTIM./IATUM.l OF RUSSIA. Stocks have risen,
in consequence one per cent.'s
This account, from the shape io which it cones
is entitled to much u moe credit than the other, al-
though the other purports to hlie two hours later. And
if it be true, the Interlude of Grecian Liberty is
over, and tlie curtain falls again, of darkitess and
despotsisim." But we have neither time oidr room to
indulge in speculation.
The Greek nation is engaged in the formation of a
government, to be exercised by a Senate and Depta-
ties frIin thie Peninsula and various islands. Lecit-
tari, ndar the centre of the Miorea,,is t-hoseut for the
seat of government. The Turks hre feeble in tle)
Morea, but int the northern provinces their power
is completely established
Th'e major part of the accounts are rathlier in faa
vor of the Gieeks. There is a fragment of anu ad-
dress frmn Germano, Arch Bishop of Achaia, da.-
ted Calavryta, 2d of July, ainounlcinit that the
whole ol Peloponnesus is in the hands of thle Greeks.
Lati Dinietzana, C('aritene, Phanari, Tripolitza,
Calavryta, Vastitza, and Monenmbasia, "afr free uni
der the colours of the cross. Seven hundred and
twenty-four villages aie besides liberated fioin tihe
yoke of the Turks, who, shut up in the fortresses,
must, it is said, be soon starved into a surrender.-
The story abholt the great victory gained over the
Turkish fleet, was premature. At the latest dates
the fleat i rI -t i v. ;.-s_ h i4-r-, tom.a-
cor the Turks in tie Morea. If the Grand Seignior
should succeed through the mediation of G. Britain,
to pacify the Czar, it is doubtful whether he could
succeed in inducing the Asiatic hordes to return
to their territory without the expected spoil, or bring
the inhabitants uf the Porte to witness traonqilly the
re-construction of the christian churches. It is
asserted in an article from Posen, that the Russian
troops cantoned on the Duna, had broken up for thie
Southern frontiers.
There is another report that the Divan has accept-
ed the mediation of England. In the meantime a
secret negociation iscarried on between PRussia and
Austria. The meeting of another congress is expect
ed, in which will be decided thie definitive existence
of Greece. The three divisions of the Russian ar-
my areconcentirated on the Pruth : they have their
advanced posts on the extreme frontier for the pur-
pose of watching thle movements of the Ottomlan
forces under Jsussuff Pacha. Prince Alexander Vp-
si!anti is placed under the sirveillaince ofm a Austri.
an officer. At Constantinople, conferences have


ated 200 dollars of their funds. They appointed The King has directed an extraordinary meeting taken place between the Divan and the Austriau In-
committeesin each county, and a committee of of the Cortes. The proclamation sets forth tile ternuncio, butthe latter has displeased the Pcrte,on
correspondence, to whom the subject is entrusted. objects for which the. Extraordinary Cortes is to be account of the manifest partiality displayed to tile
To thesi, and to all interested im this benevolent convened. They will be occupied with the division cause of Russia. The Porte leans particularly to.
sudertay, ng, the Christiau and the Patriot will of the Spaaish territory, and of the measures neces- wards England ; and the British ambassador has
Godped.sary to settle the political Government accordingly; frequent conferences with the Ottoman Ministeer

From the Newo-Haven Journal, with the project of a Decree respecting beneficial and every thiipg seems to authorise the presumption,
Grass Bonnels.-We are assured, from a re- establishments; the means which thie Govqrmuent that the cabinet of St. James' has definitively declar-
spectable source, that at the time tie Wethers- proposes to tle Cortes in order to secure the tran- eld itself mediator.
field Grass Bonnet, made by Miss Woodhouse, quillity and promote the welfare of America; the Various acconuis in the German papers state the
was exhibited at Harford miss De hii ng,h of Criminal Code and the Code of Procedure; the Rhussian armies to be anxious for orders to enter tie
Sethuryofhead a siyoung miladies new o f plheted other's ughreform of the Tarf; the liquidation ofthe Officers of Turkish territory: the soldier s are inlaied with re-
neither of the young ladies kuew of the r'osefu
experiment. We are informed, from ithe same Govcrnment; thie necessary means to avoid the ,,,,. enthusiasm, oil account of the satrocitiscom-
source, that iliss L. D. Curtis, of Southbury, heavy injury suffered by the nation from the circula- initted by the Turks against thlie Greek Christians. It
who furnished the fine beunot for our cattle- tion of false or defective foreign money; military is declared thatCoostantinop e inust be atackeld by
show and -fair, last year, has one of a much affairs; the Decree for the organization of the active sea and land, and tlsat the Greek empire must be re.
superior qut ltys ireadinessxer ithe cling ex- Militia; and the project of Og'anic. Decree as to thei established. Notwithstanding that Ypsilanti hao
hiade to improve thhis e quality of thxp e grass, by Nal Force. lie Cortes is to be installed o 1 tle been titthdrawn from WVallachia, which was caused

cultivating it in beds, and keeping it eutirebly 2lth September, because this day can hardly fail to by thedesertion of the Albanese, thei insure ee ie.
free froin weeds, and other grass. It is thought remind both that and other nationsof the valour of l' intai cois:uerable torce. Li Liut!S 'Wallachia al-
to be susceptible of improvement in this way. s the Spauiards against t.eir ibreign enemies, their most ail the convents have been fortified by thel, ;
Yale College.-'There is no class in this Col- contauncy in adversity, their desire and purpose to and the Greek chieflansnccip) ing the mountain po-
lege, whose members are not ill decea sd earlier live tin jutt liberty, and their l yalt y ald love to the sitiois seaf liusco, A chifntai ij'very intrepid cha
thau 1749.i in that year John Clark of Lebaunont
was graduated, andil now is tin sole survivor.- augt lst person andi falnilynof tilhe lEig- racter, and well versed in warfare, is at the headof
In 1750 Elihu Tudor of East- Vindsor. [n 1751 PORTUCISAL. 1200 formidable warriors. The situation of the t s
Joseph Piet point of North-Haven. In t752 Josiah Lisbon papers hlad biein received in London to the i provinces is extremely deplorable.
VWhitney of Brooklyn e. In 1753 tineas Monson 18th of August We find no extracts relating (ii- ENGLAND, IRI.IAD, &c.

bury, received their first degrees, and Porte no rectly to the affurs of lortugal. t hile sittill 01 Nothing material has occurred since our last ad.
the only persons living, of those classes respec- the Cortes on the 11th of August, sundry dpatches vices. i I ... continues in freland, Iald theat-
lively. were read relating to the lale occurances a tbrazil. tentions pidl him by thle wihole mass of tihe popular.
The whole numberof Alumni of Yale College, I i... .- of plots, and disaifectinius, anduniachiia- tion, aic unabated. Hel intends visiting Hanover,
who were graduated, was in 1820, 3478. tions, of a ,iileous dilpusitioln" w'Iich exists to Viunna ud Paris, tdirintg huie aeaoit ; an aI
From the BostonuDai .dertir. disunite tie PortugueseOf thie two helutisphies,. it cy will, it is said, be upp inted to administer te
Capt. Low, who left St. PItersburgh, Aug. 16, appears that the Jutla at hthbila hitt-e fetisued tO ait goverument.durit' g his absuene.
linforius that thle talk of war with tile Porte coln- under the govcrnulen t of tlhe Prince Regent at Rio IThet Londoni papers are lillei! with the .
tinlued, as it had for twoor lhiree months. A large Janeiro. or any government except directly under of the iiti ueit iuvestigatg tlie particuilais of t; e
number oftroops, including the Imperial Guards, the King. The Cortes highly approve of ihiz lesou. death of Ihoney and Fraincis, who terle k ile.d dur-
had left St. Petersburgh iun detachit ents, it was tion, (tfor what season wc caunnodt ine.3 ing the Quteen's Funieral i Lu dnLn. T.'i., ijt
said for the frontiers. It was expected that theu 1 < .it Emperor would soon set out for the same destina GERMANY. are making a 'olittaal matter of the cuci,: stansu ,
tion. The Germanu. papers are clihiiy filed wihutlh letters iand at atiitem'pti was n:ade to halve t1 grand il it.-y a; t
There were exported from Croustadt in Ameri- and accounts, of almost every descripti-iio and con- their fanrial. There was satie difficulty bet' enii
can vessels, during the year 1W20- 293,522 poods plexion, relating to tite affairs of ,e Cret:ks aiu the troops and the itob, btft oo livts ere lost.
bar Iron ; 231,126 do. Clean Henp, 29,8t78 do. Turks. A V o 'e article of the 15th, s5ys that the [Stuniary to be continued.]
Outshotd ; 52,664 do Tallhiw; 4336 do Can-
dles ; 39 do i singhtss ; 2d,ibT 2 pieces Sailcloth ; King of England wa l proceed to that place, alter his American Funds, Atugest 2l.-Baunk lihare no
'l6,297do havens Duck ; 401,13hi do Flems ; 260,- visitto his Htaoveriaii dominions. It is expected price; 'Seven percent. 102 ; New s-ix pr cent. il12,
301 aruseens Broa.d Diaper ; 4413 uarror" do ; his nidjist'y wdl arrive about their 8th of Septuember. i; 1813, 100; 181i1, 0l( 1-2; h1o., 103 1-2 a
21,940 do l..I'' ... ; 99,008l do Crash ; 15000 Prince Esterhazy, who announced this nhe's, has Three per cet, 70 ; Five per cent, 10.
Hlar. Skins ;6,63a,600 Quills. given orders for the necessary preparations at his A1,-ait;h/ /"utds., l "hustl l30-Thre; cert, ie
E sxportiuedr ill A'teiican vessels uip to25th July' t seaofEisetad.to receive GLortIV.' o I hisXway
1s21, (0. S.) 174,t81io pounds bar ir ; 136,195 receive duced 76 1- 1-4 71 ;T ,e per ae : ',an z 7.3 1-
do clean hlem; 39,490 do outshot do; 331,.69 do hither. His lnajest'y will only make a short stay 1-; Tlihre percent, 8i6 3-8 Four per ct', i I
atliow ; 1161 do canilles ; 71 do isingla.-s; 13,- amongst us, ashe will depart in October to return to 1.8; Five per ceut, navy, t)lt 7 ; .1
522 pieces sail cloth ; 141V'i do ravens duck : England, taking Paris in his route thit.er." Sud. .a.uuge "V-ry le .bu-i:es (,:*, ..


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S -: %..., Il,.of rfthe 36th) has been done during the e rre r tted for the occasion in the centre or f this ven- dedicate, all his care to N apoleon,, who obtaiW id ; *t'Wali, liua ; his brothers still ho rl potsts cf iirc- I U. S. factory in the ('ChrIol t i.e a N ':tinl), tih' l, tile A' ',li:nTY ll .- ,cI'. 1:,: 1, !
ltrig xetp yn n eevn if rn es rb spot, which hold been previously hung from it soeinerelief; but sine% th i is physici~o lan has ,=:.-trance, The Greek P,ttiots curse t[16 whole { U 16ose' as re cofllt.teelo ,,'Ille Ri vu!-~ r to, u:e num-':,- I ?:..",' r, t '..Al, 'u3-- \t ..,
,'ornn el ces t withn g a ret look s w an t rt black, and if) the front of w which fes- declared, as ap ea s fro ntm his a tos'and buio!,li,"-, ,' t i neir racera ; and, if affairs should change, theyv l beet of itf abor ,tt e 15d0, 1 uld !.t ve s)e s t ,,i n i a. m iiealmier a it, al", eC .!;c; iaci Cn, .1^_t t, ,! ?t, ;. ..- *
I too i s of crape were suspended. All round the that the disease had reached a point ot which ib;'- will fi nd thTemselvas iai a *.' fan condii n. 'l oiir i.. i.. a, ,el fi>.- AL.P ti.."t, l"i \.uI.J. .o
moaied interest are in favour of a further rise.- altar numerous candles were lighted ; the branch aid of medicine could do nothing iagaiust tile pnr- I Tile foreign A .bai.ssadols and tile iu bibtiliots 1 Pi'ipe'roy ;ru amuol_ ,e Ch:'ro.'TIi e. ; s they i8- i 't['_ ,l
fConsols commenced this morning at 75 3.8 1 2 for which hung over it was also covered with lighted ni'cious effects, of the chimate ; tat mineral vwa- 1 of Peon noeepreIty free fraln, incoiin eui,,re. TT rioli( d l ,Aortll, H l eaket anm attack ,tt t. la r 3ynI ', |i r1,- ,) I ,, ,;-- .,'|'. ;r,'., r,: ',, t:. .
irnney, and 75 7.8 a 76 for thenccormt. O, ban- candles. w ters appeared to him to become necessary ; that so j i'aroe Stroguaoff is itiil ciceey .vaic!b d at Bi- I nd w ,-. treat nll they sh.ud i;^. in tb, die- Si ,' ,t ; .:i :'_"f iLe .;,, '.:"/i '..,
' -raer in tile city yesterday re erved, through the ,A after thecoffi u aslaid dow n, a soleohn dirc lung as lie ree m gained at St. H elena his life would kiltdere ', 'he is dvte-ted b by Hi, Divau, a ttd m ore I rolc. 1e ,>i.,!i.>.l e:' I:i: ,s. ''is hlltui }gencp ha .l ja w h } ,. I*> I jr :; ,.m.I .i!,i i j ''I"
%leering h. xse, upwards of on- milo of bank w as perform ed on the organ : and. a little after "*- .- % .. I ....- .,....-, and that lipe could hoe t, w part ,'1.larly Iy !,e G rau:- Sei ;iiur. i c eI Ie. i.lr ib a[.lri a mon g Dle C h-'r-- ;. ick -, .Ill.! A:, ia t .,'7 ; M.It'- ;;
seven o'clock, tile company who had crow ded in- I, ,..-1,i I,,, ,-L,,,,dIing to Europet his str.e. ,2';/ i. A g.' / 'ls. 8.IVt,--19 1A,. Iua g- ",ad1h,, ; k .s *I:I, v.'..., II.,q ,:II .- I... -, i, -,, i. ev,.. .'.. ;< .r ,a .>,.. .. ,* ,,
'ntes. .to tihe "church quietly andI decorously retn'ed.-- being entirely wxorn- out by i rutdie>-s c;" J 1- } '. % ; .! Ii' 1, "It-.'ir r l faIy ;w.yitl t.,B culic'! tI .sLi !' 8 l';ll, t.i ir d -|lie'. !, :' : .';t,' _1 ',l %,.ll'r(f 1 '1er ."- .
One O 'cloi k.- 7T vno defa ulters have just been dt The eoj~a was guarded all flight by a party of. years in the dreadf'n' i*.[larrs oz" S;. H .le u'i ; ''y i T urk'., but tvitbi ut any d lefiiti tcsui'J a s the For-52-'11'.. as ;t hs ; ::' '. e hay.; ha d 1ar.os \ k',. '. "' ; "'.. / '
carede. soldier?, ttigelher with two nf th'e tnderta :e-^! 'e p'ieaik n ofevfry fsecessary, nd by he t n -,,,i i .* a great nuntbh nr ui' Aryny.uts on and c fb.traOdictory rt.}Imf s -csuecl'Ir M ar parties, [ ,' ,, ., 1 .. -st,1 --3 1 .' t,<^rl.. f ',h'e,'.- t-yr"^ !
'rc~h PF .ds, st *S/4.-FivB percent, thf. o ',e- eh ,er, re1-ieve in ,_I ,' ,, ......:;,.,. j treatnei ofw a ,he has Beau tl- ,; :.._i. :, = ,,, ', '" ,!i. people of Aibtuia s-t hne s f e ne r,a",, 1 ,'.;;, ;a,, ,`, a *" I '
, j-S n ,,1n k ,' I, I l. T ':ci a-a ug e i L o ll- d u g u s l 2 1 .- A t e ig l t o hi t ...... I ,- t hi ln o in e(iu "1 ,3 thi E m p e ro r ... ,,,, ,I ,.,A : ..I.* 'I '. f.- T t l ...... I i I f ;h e G ree k s. T h e th e o ti ev- g o i.g'a g a ir ,s ,' ,* .* .. I ri.ii i. 0 h ,:o nn t. e I ;!r o t 3,-: :,
,1 a' ..,', ua'.s, 25f. -53- ; do. a three ufon t'ths, 2 heb r e and niournil'g'coaches w ere put in aa st ate my Lord, to dem and, as the o tol.y ineausof pre- I 1 ... .' iB y above Iil ,nar rioii and PAS- any I I.1 t-ak-. ]d acf, A ho veV.0 teg' to !, m.l.: r' :.. t" Ik, y tmni 't. .. am ,:,rr ,\ eL
of readiness to proceed (in ttlfeirr infify Abnlt seo vationwn which remains tohim), to be trassfiiri6d hc i Ld ey) lave assisted the S'lii te to ove, lhrow Ali pl act sI,,I .. .. clialfl- (n1 any 01' t;,..,.. Upon;.5cicnc',. liitu tl !ini, glen, iou. isi!u. _
", .ol 'acIaai~li ,,u uyW d h ie lpeevn b l
40s-. hnlfpastQ, r ie]il','.- rIi,. ., ...., tolhlthearze, to Europe, *I'. the wF'h;Ieony we believe frtui' tilE !),st hiiftirnati "ADaup -r islaini, on ilia.'"ii ;\r'^. ':**', _'",
F ,,,ii ; E,,, Inn"', ,*'," *ug.ZS': which wtas (irawn up to the barrac square, close (Sianed) B ERTF AND.'' own feiudal power from being annihilated b-y that we can cullerthat boei) atibits etbeartily noc h a .'an, k ,e w k
,,- : ,.: Il ,, *, n tu e Stock to the hotel Herzog von C unmberlaud, where Sir Copy ofa le"tefrom the -rdifidry ccrelfr'ff to Ge,- formidable despotot. This is not the ohaect of tile of the war, it) ihich no adv 'ta eh,;! s t bee!.No- O an" ti t l. ",tb in ,"th CSIF l .r;." I i-. ol-..;',
xchange,) on account, priuipally, of tlhe absence Ge,,g Nayler, Mr. Calverl. and others appnoini- erIl e rlBerl, .d. Port',e which aims at p"it un hing All g Ali personally, ed b-v either part, andd that both w i tX gladly V; le ot ro;nl Wuv'%, 2 ,, ; I : l; i' 'h,!:' l"'n il!.
'of any event, either foreig or domestic, tat is ,e _. No'outd : a" 3' 1 a I
*of an' event, either foreign or dineslie, that is d to aonduct the funerall, lo;>'d taken up their r'e- Plantaiii-bou. eSept 6, 18i0. but woull preserve the unity of Go'erinent bury the toIbahawk, an;p wieh it tls ,thunitds of fGo'! erionna.aien .butryy;'e 'kra) v, of 'i1^'
likely to. influence tlfe value of thie funds. The sidence for the night, "Sir,- Tl'e instructio nsa'dressed teth e~ ov- which he hasestablished. Hence the insurrection dispute W ichbhave caused the late- nappyrp- tun iW n.W arii oniLir'i..n'1 "
chief purchases during the week have beef )made About 11 o'clock, khe hearse, accompanied by er"of not permiLting him to receive letters ill o-f the feudator'y Bev t,'f Albania and E|)irus a- ture between theiba.-Gaseile. .'" At AMobile. T!om,na i rlake, j. r. natjv ,".J) (,:''.
by tbeCourt f1Chancery. The settlement ofthe 1 n,ouhted lulais% proceeded to tire church, which tile title of Emperor is given to Napuleal against the Turkish gnv;erno.rs, which is tle true I / .Drowned--At UoverlyA, ir.. i Illiiai -, ... t'.
August account takes place on W wednesday; but, o side which a military guard of honor was sta- Bor nle'! Irt or am contm handed to return tiat cause of the delay in reducing the fortress of Ja- ST. AUC -'SrTI ., Sipt.,1 *as-d 37.11
though the fluctuations have been coiderable, ^tined; guards were also placed in the church which you have addressed to Sir Hudson Lone;, nina. Aii Pacha, reduced to an inferior rank, Tlieprogrems of civil jl uer~tv.--lie five ordi- -... -=----- -...--.-- .. = .. ....;
wed6 notlearn thatmanydefaultersar expect a j. ,'nd-'ca edl] were :I ill I.........._-. The corpse was you will 'i itincosed 'inspires" an interest in the Bey, his compatriots, nlances of General Japtoa, which were only re- .I 't :- 1 ., -i :'",:".', ."",... KBU ftlo
'ed. Many of tihe leading speculators, however, t|no, under the direction ofthe undertakers,, car- The governro)r commands me at the same whlo suppIy hi)h with men anid provisions. ceived at St. Aiugy->tine, and prolu'llgated nffici- AII .I.KEN -'-1 .,, &-,c. '
Wvho sold with great avidity when eouniols were .aI outby their men, and placed in the heeacrse" timare to observe to you, thaai he has never rfceiv- Lsondoe Cornr E.,fchange, ..,ig, z. 27.-A coonsid ally byAi Mr. rihingtoni, on tlie. _Ul0th tilt. by For safe bi wH,2Cl-LiKL >1,0', 1'uoler end f
at 74, must sustain enormous losses. Money is and as the hearse went aw.'ay, tie gnird tI each ed the letter wviich you state th.it you addressed erable tluarilty of hVbIeat rtiialned undisposed r'tarding them (frim a iitanuscriiv: are nfow in full l>T7oadway, r _ar I clt-sfts-ee?,.Vc,:rVet-',r!.
apparently abundant at the Stock Exchange, but si,|eIpresented arms. The iecarse thrn, prceded 10 aim, the 25!h of June, 1819. for Lord liver; of fim laist week's arrivals, bot we had a very operatioI. hey were not ;ri!ted entire Ii l the ,, .- '',G FI[UIX TR EES r ie
in tile commercial world i't i ldiffitcult to dii-count ud n followed by Hulafis, was draw again It pot0l, (Sigued) GO RR -(NER, Mil. ec, s' mall supply *this mtOi'rnihng ofu ) Essex and Kennt, 29th Lilt. W',en the Iast ,%as struck Off in tlie hija d- .o" *-' .. .,, I., i,6 .... 1 nf .wo I .si.,--
tie best bills at a lower rat6 khan u ve per cent.- b k re. Sir George Naylor, then LuNu Aug. 29. and tire weather having changed, caused rather bill fori^, and posted .A tile mo-t pubic placsc,- -'" ,'- ". VE%, "! I ,ill pti:o> ,tir-16 ;
Consoles for W edned y lft o y sterday t 6 mourning cn acli a d ix, wit the r w a The P ris Journals of Saturday have come t6 .ore lhfe ili t.:e wheat trade, anl ue samples V't oder the n,..rea dy the h .1., ,;,,. ', ;.1 -.:,- c3i\
-1 8 h e c uHtinu a tl 'o n r tilh e O c to b e r a c c o u n t 1 eI s h i o m w e n c o a h b e f i wre th e h e a rs o, w 'i ih w a s h nd,, Tmh e f oll .) i eg a re e x tr ac ts : s o ld o n e s g o o d tl e r m s a s la s t M o ud a y b u t t he r e tibls g o v a r nn r.nl t nu roe s o iy w ith e. n w. I, ,, a ; ; ,,,. s o rts.I, t -ic. 0 RA, ., ,ri; ',,-.
at a rate something lower titan ic her last ww :. ");..) ,., by e by three *nher mourning coaclto and t / ', -dudug. 2;,- -The Court will go into vas very little demand for, the inferior qualities, steady Marcih. I mer t .rrL. ?": rTO "
whiec is the only cir..s a...In that has ,'.i., ,i,.... .,, f(ntr chaise.s, Till of'whiiceh wee filled Ivith mournitig no Sunday next,, fLor tweniy-nue, daysl 'I riies Currant at i. .. ... If;, .'I -.gicko; On ilfi 10thiest.h lt. hl local judicial tribunal 'of ... .',n PtLUM, aund cti:a ; choice, s-,-r;
c'later our observailion indicating a doubt 0t ib o Lb pai >es who walked yesterday evenli -g to tHe n" account se lii; death e ni' Qieen ofEiglagrd ;, '.,,, ,',. ,,,, pr cwt. i ,, !.i i ni ,.,., Bue ios Ea;;t Floiiil was t absemhle in this ciily, agree- ;i'rkefd *... L' ,-I.,, Pu, b Ptu)fS.o.. .'...
ila itetuince of the present prices. -huroh.o Sii x or seven wvagons, hired tir h 1.011- the' n"titrn iiiL is to he black Ilr iee firs;, fllVfi s .. I ;" ,-, II ,-'; ''.;T l.,v, per 11-2 ibq (Ressia ill,, t the t fourth ordoahace. Many supposed To n ",,,,- ,,' *nd opwards SCO'Ci. ili .S
Tie securities of ati!the .,hl,'-.. -, ,, ,I 1 .. i iey.. r le( o"f t ihe ert s k,."r a n i,; i l. a-- 1_; ,,,- .' ,',; 'I.l. I hi`L-<; if r toI last til lo days. s.',*Il,,"' C randleM'.q7s 6Cd aoll s 6d ; P rail, 50.5 a,5ls ; it %oould not take place : 'the lamented death of as these g ow vevr y free. .,, I .-e ,' I:, 'I
(;. *. ,f ........ ... *.. leires itaiiol) r G. -,. ,,. 1 I; p >y f irs e tllitii a n of the Chamber h lH a s-d' -..... -".. I .',,,, I ,, r.. ;*"42s a 'lloi As Fitcn, Esq. tie I ,- .dlI., Judge, on tie lble as ai Erergicen, and i I 1 1 : .
,. ,... ., ,tt ir s im i o. 'Th e e arits)t h el n brought ilptire rear. A ItL nlp:i IyI.. Q '" Ll III"I. :`I I': I 'I I I-,Are
;,, I,. r u...i .1 ,-,.,m. nave both itmprr ved. fhe o infantry marched before, and another behind W ailing. ,. *, ,,i,' ,,,, I, i ,l,:,, i.',' .'-. wl l 6d A s Fit"l o tha l ,, ,, d gessi n td b. al* l reI aI G, HK, ,, i '
*fo rm er, perh aps e either fro m the 9 'anl o f tru e tl e pro eessi on. WV ee they cam e to the fi cst gale (S ign( d) T h e i, lke D 'AU ,oN T T; I -. : ,i ; I esI i, do. p1 r cw t 7s r I 17s yd [, c ts.i's, o m inoua. H o w ever a t the hor asp pistted a nL -.Iil. i,:t "- I I thGu aa uD I lO C US I T. I .I- s ,
*iufortmationn tire resources of Spain, or oflthe at e fortress, a guard of h onour stationed tn- re th ai/i'mes. ; l,". i ., 1821, per cwt. 1 t U. S. fresh Pot, its 7o 3s 6 ;Vantreal, quorum was formed, Judge Bickhey as PreidentI; CATALPA'S TULIP TI) EKS, WUS. L'TRO'S,
confide nice which hi justly deserves to h 'e plac l in pres ent e| o rArms as the royal corpse p wt,bsl. Al!r' h e! Du e ke of 11..ll ..... .. rivefi in Paris ir nt e vw, ;32s 6d aI 33s: do stained dud crushr"d, 9s a tlie different olirers, and American aitd Spanish M uuntain, Fuglish ai'*! Amrrirah ASH; M AG
tile existing Government, are still below their ie funeral had gone through all the:er gates, Thitillsday. If course of o alf an hour after his -i. ., Americai, lst Pearl,,,.'ssa40s; Montreal do. spectators, filled the room. bov. Wonhirn;,too; NOLIAS, Eiigliish& AmerivAit EIvlS Clihueinliu
truevalue. Prossianboed~swillalwaysnobtai lea I nfantry guards Blaot : forey were dra n up arrival, le vas visited a ytheiDukedilia i ichplieu, .,` "a Sits6d;C tto ,p l,:.-1.I a ,_-lie
so)rt of preference in t~e Englis h market, by the io rau.iand ; fille nn ,he side of ihe road anld afti< r and Baronu Pasquier, the Minister of7- ,,, ,. Af a IIo ; New-Orleans, U 3 4d a Is Ild Pernauahuco, as a member of t li decreased a Joutn assornlad aof F;LOWKIINf; yn':-'iS. a fin
facilities for buying and selling, anlo fr recciv- presenting arins they marched back into eIthe lirss Yseerday, at noo, his race vas e- sa I 1-4d aIs;raS, "131 anda after -g o rsome matters of pressing epards of 100 kind. of ROSES t eAV Il l : .. .. -
ing tire dividend ds in London. f i ret->: h st uck, tu, u. T he H nlans th en m a~che d on to B ax:e- c;'ived by the K int;, ti private a audience e; :f -'l sa; -,, ,,n.i ,, ,.' .... nd,,, .1 0d a Is 2 1 ; T tobacco, m om ent, the C court adjourned to attend the fu- raised from seed, ef allsiz-s, f o .... .... ..
it was supposed iihaL great efforts would be made hlle w er ,tle Whole of the parties forming the ( which he visited their ltoyal -It.. ... .-. r,.I 1, .,I, perI11. .1 ...... I,,,, I.,. ,1,'2 1.2d a 7d ; Stem ned, nDet.l. On their next. oereting; which was W ed- GR Et, N HO USE PLANTS ; 14 kinds of dou-
'to proluce a depression, by thil parties wovho did processiou are to rest this night. Mlonsieur, and the Duke t,, ,,,I..... 3 1-4d a I: I..1.1, i.entucky and Georgia Leaf, 2d a uesday tilee 12th, a new scene offered itsieflo the ble CAMELLIA 6r, "JAPAN ROSE, &6; Als6:
uot succeed ill obtaiulng the late contract for a s It is .fthimed that tie King of England will1 41 ; Pit,, f,",,--,*-, per cubic feet, Alnelicall, yellow people of this partof the.world. As if bv magic, fresh GARDEN SEEDS; of my own saving,
loan; but all their infoenc'e all. been hitherto Burial of Iflnca at w ancis.-OnSolunday visitParis about the erd ol next month. Hls 1 s 9d a Is 10 1-4d. hegloomyandscertjdicaturesofcoionialmis- warranted fresh and good. BULBOUS ROOTS.
insutfl ci ,tto cause tbesligh est effe ct onthe n ar- s H o e a il i s the ti o a t um aerl and sly will travel uuder the title of* the CoH nt a rule ie they existed ha d passed aw ay;tnor diduanye E R BACEOS PLAN T S, & ci Severlf tleo usu
ket. Another expedient may probably be tried e d r tatn- 'de Lunebourg.- FROM LLOYD'S LISTS, thing like oflcial se'lf-conceitednesI, self-impor- and you g MAGNOLIAS, A.EIRICAN OAKS,
with greuaer success, that of influencing the gat 'e''uthe 1h g e d a ConsmtaznPle, Jrty 25.-The Turkish flt et F'o"mthe st tolhe 2 o ., sales and prurchaises of relie through tile Fro- ^ ; ^^ f has arrived at Sallos they found tile town, laid h Qfic otth Cisin. ,ebet P -iunelietoistctessUigplydabeo ettMr ATSSoN.
A h eGOra v e o len d A Cti ttte rt-clii al dte etii er .I,.
din~h' n hP~cae~xhngs rneBut thisthrhuole~sthecon- v-l t.ns ersmih"aodheaofieapelterigef aitad twtothe ealietstrtdir- hs rried t Sto ; heyfoud he ewyolud t Gavesed, uast 5't, arierHerer; pait itetigeshnes civzestittngownyan abAe 0rleKt a M.StoreKS Sur oN.
(urtd,1ithe exchanges. aright eetres, codrn- wit h pse, i a hearse, and accompanied by villages deserter'l-the inhabitants supposed to Quebec,; 26th, Amity: Campbell, Quebec; 27th, putlily toadminister justice amongst tepeople. 35 Fultoe-street, wilt be strictly attended to
fueled wi)th great skill, might be extremely dan- n o roi aces, u h gOxfi rd-street. Tle lave fled to fbe olutains." Eagle, Henley, Quebec ; I, i, ,;i..i. [ ,, Ilay, Da- N0 pomp, no pageanty, no tinselled minions oforllot a td pup up in the best rmoe' oct 10-tf
gehous to tile parties who may attelnpt it. Thbe Tile est on the body of Honey wasycoitin- vire, Quebec. D.Dal 25th I,. %, .... i-.. Quebec. arbitrary power, took precedence. .No fen ar, nor TMEES, &c. FOR EUROPE-.

Frenc Plktrussi wond are u nderstood 57o bes farbiklayers folowd Picdiv oHyePtkCo-it a s lrr e1 ci""". da' ereeire.Wt-c"<" hvgt vrymn oke ia dg e.a-e Irca IaitisofP
2oc.,~~~~~ tisii odU m~,lK. ied Coil oneid s ire Ron t. Bakrad Cofle. Cal n, Liverpool 22dl, Lord. I I -kxmikih Brr, Queblec. A troiiedplasr, n or servie Obeqiousnessllmarked con |,-- pit V HEsuR PA'' ..PS
less scrupuhlo s in lending their aid to an Artifi me-ial iu s of tile L f G a s were a nd the Dun dee, e Ilel er I I"I Quebec. Aop Leith, B d tshe iieeo, Jury firse p rty-h spect ators .reAt : ., .
supportof e funds than, thoueofatlynth rc nun- edfor the other, aud te re, t he b ,,d ricklayerstsub-c ve usthand f ard. s w ef pexa red, a its t u andie 9tn w h, leWai t, Q ,,, t, e c.r A tL e 25th, t clle d an d e or ne rs If the g ip e dators eAt A EI'" ,.'-.._ tirgreat aiiety of EU-
AI ,s a n dMt t Hd t ot Ji l.ep p e a r e a s h0 t h b y w nl la!t ,ca repe n tA tr sw eaat e,] 5 b tt i ee om e n t t h a t t h a t i rth ee rfai rG r ndAJeyic a n .G-ra n- J u r y O, -NT- E ES. R U B


tryr w ould Q^ ^ ^ ^."" beA~ formdchl opoet to pri Ilt P-P"l fo tle 'Lifi Guards. 'File* ., ^S I"^' *-ela Sipsn Queec At"( Sitdr Ip)^~ Io 213d I~a evel .," -,, of ^t^ .:pe "_.-.' &t11EE SHRUBS
... .hel;ra'to o .. cv To powon.D,,es tr k e Ect.,fElIte, ^ Q u b c It "U, 22dcle part of ...... oa The c toea i,
Isre o rsaee.ai, on wc m manner the body of'^,r: fo r a-,1-.se d rth and was proclaimed to be"at "" r"
e1 ren 1t s (ljf, Grosveroor-Squlre d wi i South Audlel -stree.il .("' Todd, ""e *te*e t.o asisaveser t c .eth ,sabe I k 4.la Lordsb g n (1f 6 ro s e i
wael srd at "t'fl t w' oa Pqdn 57 ;o rk-lane, and Pica(fifty, to Hyde Park Cur-laythe Jury wasoereoI to attend. f2 11Quub Plymou t 19th, Perseven a e. a- e Book," I thought every manilolked with a dig- "' a ble nrica aieisof p
f S e ; P fu s s i on Ito rd s ) 8 13 ; S p a ui sn 5 7; s -I ie C o r o ne r 's t o lu e s o i l t h e b o d y o f G e e n n l Q u e u e0 ; 2 0 t h L o r d LE x i n tuit B a r r e t t Q u e ble n f e p i a a r a o t r d a i e l t i d o
siau netalic 5 per cent stock, 78 ; Austrian tile- "' r' I t rancis *1"" oliday night andm-e .l A 0 ] Pomona,-Hi opinion, Qe e 270 oIfid euC reaonoit- "preid aoig atlit Juraywered cn b i-,.o R PEAR. Plsi agre a t tvaietrs
talic 74 Neaplita, 69.Oil ile avalcde arivin at he lae Quen s ry retoriied ia verdict ,f IT~iyJ'al2 arderaguiast Urania, Newtoh, Monireal Peterhead, Mill, Fly, itte ndled and sworl'ili. I thought immediate. V,- .--_-Y
ecp..s, .,novan Arn ,yg. to ,vion Southc Audl pey-str.e. The b..ds struca Life G uardsmah.unkowt to te n. ,! h ines -e,,itreal. AtYSdde'land. 180iCatriaud itpre thoh thae er nuene ^"^^ of


Brnsa se ,an ,! ttend ~ v At li '27 1tde wher (andve it aappearedt toou Tire. tha ,evern ois of"' a'g" l proper. semi.'e to.b. pii.ll ,.b 1^ ^ S lr r im e I t t~ ,,rl o t6adfn db tebeie n J.i* '.iM r!*, /.
UE ALe Dill Tbe pa ed Sa ule t.it( ]e tT hoadu ,Marh in laul.oand te lace- I' # AI- i uc d ay t l 1tAjax, atson, thie same|mid) thief seats the fateofkingly poew- part14f pem: Rea T ...k
cucSladt, .0 g. 0.--Ait pw c paratisun s are made stood uncovered. The pro oetsiun n t i) th ""'" f e r front lii d ated i lt!.k;he "e, bi.. A t .tlie pd. l arEly d at Ceox- f; v Wiil be -1-1, ... and r


'on acataf lque eforethe atar, ill p rticuar ^. ^.^., ^ii),,,,,^, E:\tr(n t11f, ]'e pterfro;i! ubt .1 k mjaegl Ibr lda: uenpec.; ltat sc.ied.rovrtto 1Mariacn cr ,,ct ,.r. Quebec. errcKEfoOct.e.rlypackeisndpeliinsulaa ew Yorkby ov iEh;
r e eIrection of Paik-la ne to i d it,, rk C (h r .* r0,), A si "l %. I a) vt l (' v 140e ; alo i r a nd as e I o. er 6 o a d the o fint. r (pefectI" u, s- si,. ...I .. .
here n t receive iot a becomngInatonn he 6od oi I a n ll.( ri l eaty bo dty. fs u I lne- '""I s al b -(names Jaun have taken up their a- ma I
hes %%ere d rehefdare f t enh tti bluI au- where f ,, perio,,i, eonsiderabl', ; o ,, old siu '." Itill cnt tile ueti. Com odor Detuna wthehi "lu p eai.et in isoiuvh, ofotlesstiol.ptesiltc as b"u" rle-a',a"ibeil toassitetionathis ,jineet[an hinr, itron bond inrhis foeglnd (estr) anhelaire gviiies! the rol behfom tle h15h fofOctobr. .
will sail to iteet the royal squadroins a o of 'tie .,W;,,,ti o, j o,, !l]| ,u.hr Grerks ned Iot re=t, p dst g r .h al"'- Ili se s of IlValtnO)Ui willl el' ?a tile g.dld. t ,. e ca; .I lile.T .?r c. ,


"~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~~tb Gre,'kers-us agt t.-A soo a tekmrtl ^ha^ M.u,^^.,,,,,^..The sons'I of hvebee iasuehl. .gt.. li (;iiii!freis t i.iateii lal the u cgooofi- cs s o ders. ,rfi,.r nTreetS, wi .c.i- ,eea t at N B Frheir s.ii r-i.,";-Aj ii, -r:y- i
ceiv from it hier ,Majesty's body. of the crowd. ,,.'..,i ^ ee h y o .se e, |. n rg a Il sr,, 1 e rip ed .,,.-..i of- The late Ala ,der fi tCo. saecie.--Ourop in ion, *- he n SS of til e Create r i show, ing that man cat Pbe fo t s th e [ e Flus l !.. tr ith ,.
T en ca ,pta i us ,, f th e .o..veii ai arm y go to ever, thiat ,fi c ien t ... s ..... ....(rvite w a .- ,, i ad by'tt e ',l ie v. u ? Lit under ii I ( -n 'u ar thti e a-rs hal tt .., i ... k ....'.... .i.....i.. aSI;- .V o" i til- M.essr, s,-
p e+ e r v t i o n o f t h p u l c e i r .Tl, l p o, 'e ls s k+ b. f ,,,L r e be d l a s t e v i+ n g b. th a M.Sa u l I o f g r e a t a n d f r e e t h o u g h l i v rl g w i th i n t j e i n Iue n c o ..>.' r- 1 .r ; ...I
Brenshausen, f lo d i!l attend It loStad where rr ve d a t ,n re ,.l u t ha fd for i e e; t^ gewrp lst of idefr a 'lp i fte c p,, si f1 Ia h w4 A, ho rI has atef tnis it ing Sar at W ubdeb r the i Capo K nropie a lefft ori of t l TIo.as S, ron




an t rog~h dst cs f ~ n.,~ h~n Lle .ga ^ r ~ n 'nud Th of, the^ d~so ~~,fm l n t edU r,. ., di,8 ;C id e -i oa 1 l l n torive yb on e anidr fnedn, t ho lbreetes audd n 5 fi sJu g oft e C n f mro P a?
the coffin w ill be placmred for thepresenthmi e o I,,f adwas t n e a,, y y ne tiara- "" 1 tls ,,ip ns .- who has for tee visittog S or a/,a u .'-.t oia e,|E.1b M
tha u trh tof W haeC wcmmet to houngwithbc u o- u n w,:)their eti cundotp tas Ioe, I,, dit .. ,; oof, coo; .Sprlgs, was not the personSlastely murdered at ( ox- dInt C ,, W ill 6e. attended ton, an t, h ie. Trees. & carefi;i l
Th a frlque before the altar, tIl p ar til r rrs ,m.th befohe e roul I p ,t ue'eda wi th tgh for ItIah pupose; 'tat lsaekie, proves to haveobeen eu rrect. Mr. Wright -NAurTuc, .-, Oct. 4. ly t acked andd liverud atNea-York, by watl el
orders are received respeo ciing its eo*v.yaeo w\ dt heli lit) inse il3 ro n pr o- I e la'' Is been ad",te d a i 'li lhi tl!l gIeitstill- has called upon us this moruiiig, and asstures us of Clapst. Kendrooks, Obadiah Ctnofi. and twod fre two Ie-tI -
furthers on ul e p sysage. A battao on of thi e ,6th cess n ,.a ,n i. tim u, ch. I* b ,ils!las ; t It a gieirt many ,,littis tI. ,il:onic- tsOt. r. \'V.f r o Dhis fur 'it thes 24ty asho eiir ersI' anr d n clock in the a n o tlia t t l sh o ca.uTZ se- 0
ie st'of b lihhfl l belong ing tothe t ,ai ) frc d ,n u v a, ^ ,1 Iet '.t l is I- fle t (trya le ciin o f s ealed o th ep t i e a e wI t o )
reg im e n t is urd e re d here fro mn S tad o t oB r outsh a u t"('i s, p e 'e m t emllc ,, o I c r t ilo, s rons iiu t e s dle int o nties d h ave t c p vd crn -tll oe n 0th e4 iha sr 5lice b e u r ceiv d .-n oBofJ A M IN s.1A ad ,w" ,
sell toescort tbe royal s eilg oy remainsSchools,. t ,, v I c h, I cl,,ims i t e saidnt ea lf re aility, anth woe] victin a osu e o ne yearsith whaek o thall thaebe o ne yeart. an in- of Messrs. J:[a/TelS oai n s c
11 Lfzaote,e .lu& I;.-- As soon as tile mortal lbich was insltaint}Vy thlll'ol l ,-ofilO "d 1qe,Ite~rs i tineshave Ibeen issued i. ,, ;.,., ,,Ih&, C e'i',l foiqellds at Sa'ar log i t.[,Ll. -.Altlft0eit efd i. sto -h -t r :, m O- n sl ,-i .,ve loh r I Fidr sale ,s is t-<. ."Ie, i :Atd
..... ... !nos ", I,, "In'!-1 0" I '' ,,..I....urtI I al ,, .,,,.. ,I,- lIon to ltl,above; snlack PE"ACH "RIFEE'; il tile InC'I ,,t L'_4.! f e,
th-,,' at Silale, t I, P1 iic o, n v at e uz thc e by e, O the I from ammesnu- a on e -q!'. ,, i o hni) is- ita ut of ti. t, ,. I day of ,he l ,
toar deth ebent, oo minp ntd by an officer, to arry aul kp b et wee, v he ac-sfr G,,by te fee. t|,t ,,.p.,t i,,j,,,l,,,,la, rd i, til.erre tAM-m L: .ear the r ,elat Shoal, and the idext -;.,: '. ''t e ng lt i',.VEiorl ) ;. ." 3A \l,
ty t t t lcordi to loits frnnalmh the A l- i; l!],it it i., ii 'I r I.,e Oct. 9; rn-ol llietg br ou nt(o this Putf. ft is supposed, 6y deLs de, a ble utiful Ornam sental sve nt,,cc o
cotupanitid by ani eflg. of tile cot o i t, as vidct l's I ,g t euI l y t,>lie l, a" h [t i np ersato h ,i Povershav I-rlrld ai t Idti f1)! 'vivi. Lo thL .*eoai ta i nd a Si+nts in ttIe Hoptyat l ;Ba ior tiher his were a ll p d'tt. o ct b-foreS t
e>, n n 11't II r il s eve r; l, or. llie bodies were g Knighsi Mais i q ut m d' r c ,n' akeB pb r isit fur rs ile lsir M Ir:i -n1?"s r i', tiles 1. ingta: un- We urdersta fitlen dt 'ksiyar nex t wiife i Y order o f t i praboe fruou as imprson";






b e e on T hen t bo d t i s d p oi t e d b y t h eo H l l i r c ul i l 0 l e s h o e e e e l o t o t h s o c s o. c ,>i i hs o fe a tM a u A a i l o l d e I m a k p r opii l 1 o l ; s 4 h o s i t i o i g t t i i i o c t .o ri e s ha l l b, b vp K n cshas, elefpte fa o w it I e o r d e o f* ; t h e h o n o a b l e T noAin S t r o n g, ,
eeand through~etfrmhe t distr irse )ofbYLuueem.ghwa f {tbrhand Celle hu rn vdt h m c~adfrit'eeutlort.hie rarels ofloibhe floilies ill tile. dtf',re~in rl,.- Aduhts8 ;Ciildr~il,3.--Total 11. M" alig- and five ybung children, to lament his sudden frtJ deo ieG uln~ irr'dle






i n i i t 'a b e f u n e r a p ow h e n arn w c i mo s d., I v f T v o li1 r d T h e p t- h Su ,n "e fi r s t J u d g o fa t hey i p e p T l t irr t'lav ,ohi h i s, h e i i n-s e e a l ( l y Iro i n, li s i a l li v a p r fp ld ,e a s;i ,
to thefati oersioifthe duchly ofl.tur siick, here, a hed i t a rls t disg a' e,1 s l n" l n soesst BIhesepB)- Iili loved. """"' i'Ce1 is P:;!, wint he ca ptain and ew t t. i d t in fhe miii of (hi S D DO
bye coaiiyf~liu i en b u de lts Mre a to lie autho ritie s h(' of u lsane[ prisin h r ald r as flir d e e ,ly ; aad it ie s e ite tIa t (:I, fort r-I Plrri e D orse Mary ,"ru wi l f e it r pn an d for he o ntyr,, 11.), ',
testofnt nsn"illbe ats t oile Cai e s o f toyatrot se V, oi l in t he C .]tb l ra11.h1,, ata pr1 ,-10 1- ,he-
'd--be oateatio i v c a s i e el t c given for the creditors -I IIf ,, -olsA .Il.-
that country, to he conveyed to Bruof the prest, w ho e t S en mae l!o has visionto le made o el l oft:o Teri should p o at- pscstnleMn N itoit ma Oct. i.s vinConvent, Octll .. O ve be toin of Sotarepton, in It, e, i,... ,, t,, ,I .. ',
Thlo Q'cek~ s regnaiusto the Coiltcinnt aold on their m l "r the e was to g u -,the faom,,tau ed id of Auguet r e- of Dths iu Norfol, ft.s the o-u hoars, OItiTedeoontlat easr in'ee .t -du .e ,I athi sWEPORT








oTher bo1ells w eith i til ou es til e aoitioten halllts, Of al Ml b l cit be or li e ou nI p iocr ,- %ih h ll ct~iler A'Ih l" Lan"""" in" >th tte havejW hnd por ( ifO RUSSIAhs orin Norol equvaen the-~lr accodu hours, deti to appear a ts'Hals, wt hgl d ~a nd sLi lve r atlind,,t,
reached xihnavea oileSunday selup ighti ahd tern a on oar be tre te ,m pce, g the i, at no siy tI h Cort. C.14,rnr, r state ding F Unlli.nf s.ik the 4th loon.. aitoliu. -- ,,A. Oftl3 oiill be ee of /tc w oe bit the r 'lo vote iu the to,, o war ,f HATS h i ,oh sam;
conseque ntly had not occupied m orew ta e w "lk ....g oi, g e ; anf r a this t onfu'io health so e w i;dt aba- u 'uh bteid autlhe r ii ,, ti;t l rl l J'11,-, ae s'mi t [, 'ever, M r. 1Breoo ad'st 0onl, 1. ft ag e, and the q ali e o f h erea ter moa e ditts to bee- ty ot e ,
4 8 h o u rs o n ,he pa .sd g e A s so ona s a l ed _.,,," ,i i l, a n d wtch re m ain s ao f tedsh i t w o pen uas w 1 c a ft .,'t, t .1 9P .eI m p '... -ri a Iftla t i a n d owble otr D a-,tl l s ,.,pt i oe Il h s l eche ple in B S of a t th e to or, N o .s7^ if









steps;~~~ ~~~ llec..nw s a e .u .... th Ioa toy and whic is~it tota it lets lm t I!i I. fh ,1"1 thuin~ *>M lI, h bus o f [,:e D innI u-s Oery ul ( .FI-n Of oleshebe a deis fr t lt.2 howua s 23 citzn te h nw ie hall besbet od- lor l., .;u-:,..IaIrlmenl ofta dall toe booh as b p b isfe
te de ae ni w o ad e eo nstgou e d ti the ra de alfrightl ghad ass tile as Ihi %o s in to anl the is coris g p s para- t o age a tBy el y I B
h daucro red Lo do n the hplbuur pos e p, of assting a t 1. The ame iotation wele the f\!irst:,.) ani te ezited ord e1 uiet ai iil] ea.tw y ,a) r isayn tha e 5lUd arived er fil. y-eig- u .nl ess cnad itioe t o th e sageof it;o n tv- age thes ., wh y a ta ss bigntt p bid sohe
une f o amvaer he royal remains foca l t ell iltd. i -as not c i atrican t he sat an d 8 ae a- a d ls o eme a de, f i very oil
'w o-ich lbkic!, tills tile r t.o:J,in ,It ho E,opt~er N -n" ~ ralt lower 2, Il llis lioht, who fola victim to the one ears, who shall have bee ot i eeyer' an iu- vent's estate should Iot itsu hecu fitofc]









"i a c're hlos Ib'eltrs streed tha ten pofof of theei skaid insoli od ti i.mils ofpo ~on n oar -etfv d y. 'i~y '' n'*"' ez;< lI w se''*,i hso nn hi fafe- ." apehplvig rylle h l
that fr Geoat r e which could not navigate the Elb o, l the ret irn thrn ila Int relners ith, w serIOU- tleoa, n,,wI011 1 W iled at S, i'0l',l, eoltry poa indisiction of omoving back into ti e infected dis- habitantlof tltisuite, preceding l e.h I ia of t dI I ven t ;>sail]vt ex t etill- erlya oi ted isop Ateaiy;










fin, ~ ~ ~ ~ o ,ern Jli .rw an ii i, ay i o ,e Ier ty. '1jien )eem lyfr v ad euilr foiertM r.ith am olh- ,.il, lercru rsel oissofIrn 2r4etns dll re a d boeiil ebs nuicu brn- fo oondoffo yyers lfofHeryL'g
to titGanry lnedt ad sloop of war, wh i e topuace e gest to l e wehwcah Hw asat catrarl k a d hi toepr ess mb Pi' aiieLtle G s anldIl.l, Ii D k, 1,0 tie-trwt, ifor11there exi 1t, lle year ext.- t it, .iitee;t, ( uyjs et the electionand for tst i.t moinhs a sressied, trest ofiimprisoo nMet f irbyfat, y deti| i
thern to Stade the nmob, opposite Knightl~bridge Batrra, ks, the luig codicil to ihis tt, s., cn -- a!uf ht th d enrevlltoaiur ae- 5 hetw ony:o__ttt w eehe m y det ue, h tm fikt,,uhas~gutn,
om idterrgp n .(tg. li -Ye stfm arc y. in t ro is diif.i re y st edbut i t~a pe as T hisive hawt_ te Ary lch lle IUm l>W. l aii~nch i. tritm.f outat t and ai ler iele I -tos tal ;B i leWWIer ICll havet% acntudally hae pai d a t ax to th e tostr d uer ba0 cets t ti e m i ,n g huch.s .ig m e nt,










II s mpssbl suliietl t decrbeth sn-co pause is dfe ntysadd ed an ote ditsappearst w h avl e- hrso h jsio s iinst 0,0)f~ i ~sil A E .cu t.Sc
sations~~~~~~~~" wliich It! ttn timet weice ;i-il and li Sailor ito the- Hospital ;i iBistiie offe hisngl vote, the greiitf paaldco itin d ake nto the contracted"'''' lo6t- bef!2!- 1- ~ll's i" y b p ssetecldin fotimeSub crptohsfogthe VeaodsIJbn atr-
onite ofe ains all tho e w ato c ee o f wi ters ata fed not until several. nottile Go rds .is well Je dsr e tr>. Asa *I's c nrns r'l; ch t s uIA osf iLF "|'*r1 of H. Mg.1's a utie E ei r o M. Yta it or sUflys persos within t heyearvnext bee r a yeivd as Ib.ov.I-prison, fr.1 hi i anrpriso-
glarid were'lauded at Sta %uude r ivo a discharge of to' em t 'adss hol '~ysrou njr.- mds dic a 'tiel,e, ail nflioneude t~u people F IFre -J Y I lset r, heeerty~ro% assssd p bhieb l awr 'e-.,x. .... ,, n,,, n s, f h [ I-h,,, h
canmoe n lceeo. The bodyGdposi ed asre wehtillNo lives, however, were test on this occasion, caits q aej'al tawi ahlirt., I .' -_ pet-- shal e ywvepted frol f ,,; ,,, l ,-,,, e'f titvd, ,i "I e.N.W..Y,.
aran em nt c n be m'defo tsco ve an e in L ETT RS, RELA 'rIVE To 'ri-jE ;SIS TIER OF I ,,eshe lH t [toey ashes In .y repose ro the ba nks N o11FO LK, October 5. taxation ;-- (ir-being artied arid equipped, ac- p s neuii th d y bf debtier ta18 1-n (et 12s? ,- ae h
sioan c0 be mene v fo aruiswcon veyOance it I r e Fi;ON A PAtI'E WIh l. e t t'e 1[e f Itha ui tileeoil it o f *H e brit t."Ku,-wIichcTss beenfocsevral which has e IIfor several days I coydiu b tolas) sfo acill have performed, wcithi Ihe 1 1 -Siaw6w
s ithe furoerino pteiBuick.r a re sPrieu ere nd e is, te gust 1t.- Pio b incessetbrghlese, B > ile.s I batvc sodIesCh jove ede o i ol iluler ail} ti'sdPu:nt, witch the captain and crew e that y' mieitai'y wty shae emi ed tof t COUNTRE D AND S
Mr. Struve Counsellor h fig egaLlohthave recollecte ht t upo sister, lmog solicited the British Govei n- 1- al ulaged thatd lhe wogliste ly things if heii si St, R a" yrepre d "t fi' y A >,arFiaond sta ;sry tale chizen of tufher by e l d H..*T iA.n sns-/e has en s' LinRe
iourniog, lludstheir example has ai eu filliowed She etin e dpe rl a to jo Lrotrd was Likoer ti. le art-na. Io i w,,Is anl ; t wis c e e s w ,- e, cooi up from > i t ,.., .. .. ,t to b l he next in g su ch eatiu a t i of No. 9 ) -IVIG-,TIItNo. BY) E-;
by vall y eglishmean : but Mr. paseldiih there Boit-She do.aned permona n of thkmp to a m ar. y re ; f d i h o a dded tt tthe oa g-flrIa"orhreeryearsunext c, its-ch co atfrmation RIX[E C -LA,"fo UicVE., to ARO.A/-Dbytile ,
ish COrot ,-Geon eru watthis place allies for and ex- f'svorypreparatios sfor th co vine thioen shew l Adnmiral, tit the t le lio alaa, at presc.t blags ofuffue on b rd. she bhails from Thomas- habltantl this state, and for thib styair h a f o
press order fr'om is Government before he adopts inofrned of Bonaparte's death. .M. 1on~ovita, statioemd off Tenlednrs, [hls received secret tit- town, nod has been lying6 since tire. 24th ult. in her sideint in the toivwo, county, or ctistrictj %there bele ,-'iONTI.NUES to offer for sale; wviilesale ,Rild
thit mark oflespect.te the priest, who left St. iieleu a in May 1,ish uhaso o snc"ionr s Incase Ihr e D ralncs, se t should be1 at- p-e-ent.,tuhat ital, may offer, is vote, and stall have been toithini retail, Geuntlemen s Beaver, Casto, frl.ia
transmitted to this Plrioress tile flifloting ltatte)u I tacked.- t fill last year, assessed to le.bor upon tire public "fit i andsp W ter- proof Hats ; also, aotb B a nymi
itS tad e, J ag. 20 1Betw een si'xi and seen o %- to W hic ht tile Spirit Of party e ie ttieav~ tr to give Letters froem O dessai da ted 3d of A ugust, re reom the os',o n. a" l, di it of Oct. 9. high ays, and shall have, perform ed tilt,,Labuur, andt b ldren 'sditto ; M e nr's and B ov's WVool

c .,lnik t ne glowt c o fang thea rof ya l n, and imp urtance :eeived this mSriln Hmeltiot, that th ey have d oIO I RUS IA. or ));till an equivalent t tfo rejor, according to law, ditto; Se|rve.ts' Hats, with o eg odand silver bah ndsa
other boats with tile nctioners, the asteudants, Count Lrefus onthdlon to the Princes, Borgn hesl, at I news f"nnd C onsiantp, is ple i feo r14days, owing K.ilraclt ,|a. leeter,,'I, m,, l. petee bu-g, Airtn,- l. 1 she'll be entitled to vote ie o the townde.
and British naval e doisers Came uI p to the land- vRome.,i 11 or wr SINLI oIAfi maAog bc ,o y
oto fttlary yiods. Trade is colgpsetrly t it d t i'h0 aJlI ditityiof' Havana Stlu tarimpnrtedl this where he actually resides, and not elsewherei- WeTrie wings Bowstrings, Paper antd o ,r,-I,,-
ing-place. Asinue of the funeral as regarded liittame--Napoehon has ch,,rged m ostme) n ,, tveysore e suau us-onaryo,"0 I-oie al tie t tnoIr, rhrefe ,a dto o ates
the procession to tie church was a walkiRg cl give o en a ac seou i of his health. The tirlady "I *ti
The inoule r and atteuo cdats walked ati tile ia his liver which at. naokedhiot an y year's ago, 1F'ranrt ho rl. d ug .- The Imperial Russian double tos estis eatd aaue a i te dsuip-ion. It is elective by thl people : .Provtided, athat o male N .B. S. DA Do, ai t oi ae n ls d orNo. 7in hAla
steps ; the coafin was taken out of the boat by and w hi sh isMortal ill this c sixate o has im tile guards calie unedir p e. b h rnkis of tile Dti mIts very doll, and sales have been matte as low as 25 citizen, other than white, shall be sall ect to di-e lfr, ,d..-,o -l ,:..rt de tof y ll othe books published
tile fuotertakerS. men, who had been brought course of six lveeks ntade a frightful pro gress.- "w ts f hde corps tily Luthuanio e and to efie s( corps 'ri ubl's Jel- pood react taxation or entitled tovote.at any electioutic, ) by 1 .af!-,, .-Book Ageuts and at tie saml
front London forLtbe purpose of assisting at the Tile aniorboratiou prodt~ved by tile cafe of Or. Of'tilefirst 0`00 received orders to i,,keaifolrch 11 Ihere have already arrived here fifty-eiglht unless ill additionl to tire qualifications of age prices. Bis[ op vsburyfsJoarti.al~just published
funeralwhoarrived here early in te o he wdayi a iteAutom darchi has not court gined, a od inar hy re- lat e T bises I os ree de t oir ratio is ltr5 50 ,essel -e have s e aer'and sid c e th e me.11..ed,.baat h be iu Ctale A. at 5 i s ys
it was carried b ay ot L ire streets by left of these lapses ton place during, theconchl i,:gix months of prov s a dl forage evely five days. They v r a seie d p n -r n regh of f- a hI liv a ed t he o fp d









*m~xl ca e Dr. *ad Mrs. usliingln- afte disease The jo rnals ofLondon ons'16 Fylper-osowho ,if stapleomparticles to this datem in hold est ,teysi orf,,hrevalue oftwo hundred and fifty I .i. itsero extwelnbes(lvelyyasi.didpBishtopo. s7bury-,
Meo. Sir George Nayler walked before the cof of last ynear ;, d ei the teisoase renders hil)we'll- are to it d a th eir cauld on eusl ty ,, r a o O l, A ah .x p ,,,s of to al ,e a .tti e s t li date ho l d s ,te of t .u of td e a. iee', ..ntIs Biiu. H isRY Ks u.
tbead og ther, l wna and cushirniul his bards; er every day. Najleonisexs i'nd ely ei blc and s... f.i he] d ii nlooierstc r icn Itie ar y osthe i ujni erica. vsstl, consistsil lIroun 2243 tonis- dolla over and above illdebtsl andineu bran- foi upwards offortyyeas. Life of enry Lang.
th e inf y iue Wd a s pi n tI t he pI opess Io wlaice rigTess wi- th n dehu-swavo1, tocak, 1ustw- e r-al r ews Evey as bi d. Prt11e acunnisi ati ,,u1 'pro ves 1 slcut p 17t'. 2ie, -.s .... t, 1 e yea" t ...... h ,,, t-..., 1,e*e -- ac cd gti uu.e a ussessed o "in.ion o1~'.Vod L 1,.'yKI-y.I-h.-










fromine rr piuw.yaog 1 bo g he |rinciplfsirsch, i B ofhhs mala dy' vtn t silc. He dius i i ho i sivuco r, thatirh airc -ynn an h ich i ithe (rte ad al si I,. h,d el pi 'ruec i]s,'t and shallu hav actually paid taom to'i the} attlt or1 N. l e t. r-^- S t- .' ,I ',,, ,t S
[tisao in tpssibe sufcl i ently S t. described t seund co~npa fitlift ru is a god n y)h, disurderrwhle. Re- the iB read h vnf th rn 1ol m ades anltlti.s 10irl 0t.h.r IB Furi ory b a s i 4,.lliUSSiAiv v *APEI iul. Ao nty "o oiiro tdcaaioo etsC! -- i!ttniic.tl osalo
.have lated ttittssoonas lte corpe wasland- c.-ive fcla ame, c. usu l durng iw daysIhf. ,..,pe comh'e.H- t,,n il', ,,Tu~~i 28.i 11. Laws.. may be passedr exeludin I1 from the> Subscario fornas oorc ohe _. el0thdoistthmoagli (10tNoe.
sa ines whtich Past orh s ti el wine votisi e place, Ing tu ..is.1 clm te- i inetsa ,ONT OLe "t' l ande the ge atr al cah s siv e naig of thiei h ears to~ Rescr ipt of t. i Mr,s be Empl-1i ero to Po, etica, right el''sufrae Ibrosw ohv euO -a cev. siv.- -SHPie ES O,150 era pya


namteiy, Herman Roda,tz, Bulsci, Major, andl Copy of the Letlerfrom General Count Berlranfd their door-posts, although the.t hed the consent i or twrel'.e yefi-s ,ivn .as a rJr.lscmltivu fro-i Set f .1 2N r N r, .' Se Macyi master, to sail on 0 lth
H iuterthfier. together with two or three dignified to Lord Liverpool. of the aulhoioities for ha t they had dnue. There Kentucky. Thi^s monin. -.V *I'.-. n ""'.. s '-....i i'-' e!" "2;h monti, (10th Dc.)
Evelesiastics, one of whlom (Dr, Ruprti) e,)joys LoNGWOOD, SCpt. 3, lq21. seems to be every p plubability, If a f imiu a rank iad autlhorily equivalent to that of a a My Lord,- I had the hl louw of writing.to grain hais arltir d in the pourls. Tht Pcha of' E- forul, ti u 101 espo ri i,, e ,ut, m ..-i.i s ,if li [11- a'gl. tr (*t" 'l'- lid I ,' 1 .I d, i'N w-Vork, 0Vr to
Bistip', to k their station i illr'o t, and led the you on the .25th of June, 1819, to inform you of gypt was relied r o for supplies, bu. ii appears lie l.dinis un *the L'lir ted 6 'ites' r Lu:y m Ark .i- i "' ..... *a" t, by tieu Rt.v. Mr..\la- HORATIO (A I'D kS & CO.
e .. .. ,, to M ISS M a ry A u r, N ic l cm is oCCt -1 .2", o t a
V, ay into tOe cheurcl. Ou arrivitg there the i ni- llie situation of the heath of theil Emper. r, who, lt as tik |u part with the r ks, i sas ;-- I "utt u' jn 1 iii^ + .... .-.C..+;"
iirv," filfca uff on each side. The coffin was car- since the nmonth of October, 1817, has beeu at- Ahe Priuces Ctlharlci are tha orly t'eeks i At:ri..+s Sl I. ""~
4, t (. ','t P, .!) oe l mL m Tuesday evening, iw Bishop ALV, by ,i iy" A'.orgae i~ s-pie
;ied iu s elow and so le lun p ace along the ai.h e tole to tacked by a chro nical c6m plu in t in t le liver. D r. tow yards w hom tv l hI 'm. l ee prcu eivw s auy ..'nC &i- ,i/ s iaf ?d< a u ( ."ro -s.-- t :,.'V w-, J 'i; Jlan o o T u mo r,esday ev ng iht B g 1-AL \ p a y Iuntal, nis L v0ls.- pihed by
(na alt:.r, v"1itle It was place" oa the catafalque Autoniarchi arrived here in September last ; he Zenski Callimo-hM had been appointed 'kllad~ L l%; i ukL r ,hici:airicj hrue a ferw days t,cln. cl l",^ uei .ei1, Of' Rei 'Sq. -"Ct- \V, *. u ;Lr,\1 "V ;.,rt,-0wV ,o











AGENTS FOR THE' N. YORK SPECTATOR.
IN UPPER CANADA,
Kingston--.ohn Macaulay, Esq. P. M.
Niagara-John Crooks, Esq.
Queenston-W. (G. IIepburn, Esq.
IN LOWER LANADA.
Chambly-J. Sexton, Esq. P1. M.
.)loutreal--Mr. Mower, Courant Office.
Mr. Gray, Herald Office.
Mr. Cumninghanm'isBook Store and'
Li iuary.
J. Williams, Esq. Post Master.
Three Rivers-Edward Sills, Esq.
Qeec--5-M r. William Simns.
[L' The price, including the U. S. postage, ?
10s. 0d. Halifax currency, per anninum
FLUSHING AND NELWTOW N STAGES.
--' ,--TH- ( TE STAGES for
__.__ the above mentioned Vil-
2-I'S' .O a eslave commnenced run-
.- "" uMO ing as follows, viz. :-A
Stage wih ieiave tbaniil Lowerree's, at Flosh-
ing, at half [last seven o'clock, A. M. and Ber-
nard Bloom's Inn, at Newtown, at eight o'
clock, A. M; which will run through Wil-
liamsburgh to the city-will leave Mr. Flora's,.
340 Pearl-street, at half past So'clock P. M. and
stop at Gilbert Lewis's, 21 Bowery, for passen-
gers ; and then start from Brooklyn, af4 'clock,
P. M.
N. B. The proprietor will leave the store of
Nichols&Wood, No. 8 Fulton-slilp, at half past
o'clock, P. M. when allletteis an(l packages left
there,-will be taken charge of by him ; and per-
sons wishing sets will please call at Mr. Flora's.
No. 340 Pearl-street.
oct 3-C&S JOH.N BOYD, Proprietor.

FOR SALE,
T I-HAT Valuable tract of Landl, situate ih
S Siiiitlton n, Suffolkcotiity, on Long-Isfand'.
fifty miles from the city of New-York, eontn~ii,
iug about 200 acres--60of which is well eult;t-
ted, the remainder thrifty sprouts ,f the best qual.,
ity of Timber. It is conveni,-ntly situated for;
two F brois, living privileges attached to it Mnat if'
equalled by note in the vicinity : it is boindeS'
north by the Sound, and the entrance of the har-
bor. On the premises is an extensive WoocF
Landing, which, under proper regulation, would
yield a handsome revenue annually-this piece
being an eligible situation fora merchant. Ano-
therpart of the tract affords a fine situation for


".--."-W '-'--l---.-. st, but his perly extinguished alioinpromnise, DUTCH BOLTING CLOTH'. t THE LAKE ONTARIO STEAM-BOAT fRUIT AND FOREST TREES, c.
t.ol.l llAcawoo)'s MAGAZINE. Hie was felt to be that enemy ofthankiid, whom e TOHN M'CRACKAN, No. 85 Pearl-street, ON'ARIO, ,,t.. HS^UE colletion of EXOTIC
.ivo.'n? a thOic ` ."he Convmmercilrl Adrteisir. "no faith could bind-to have suffered him on a llV New-York, receives, directly from the Man- WILLIAt VAVoHA., Master. u -.' -V- G ,a. &INDIGENOUS TREES,
throne w, aid have been only to prepare new mis- ufacturers, regular supplies of every description .h. "-- -... pE.p r This Boat, the enaT- s"a't..-ye'.'. SHRUBS & PLANTS, at the
A LEO. funsfor th ear. He was declaed an out- of MILLING ARTICLES, which he sells at the ing season, will run as fol- I .-. Liunen Botanui. Garden, at
*ne deatlh of Nlap;,O.i was the mot prcn- law bt3 the lieats of all nations, before hlie was Ilowestpossible rates. Among which are, the best -t"-I o'lWS, from the last Thurs- ""1 af '-" Filshing, Long-Island, now ex-
.it circun.sti.we of the t:.e. At another perl- by their hIps. selections of WARRANTED DUTCH BOLTING ] day ay, until the It ceeds4000 species a ad varieties:
4A, it uo:st ilve w ilted it.na ffrling ; tit now I CLorTS, of all the approved Manufactories; and October, wind and v- r ...... ( among wi are above one
T empiree ,hing of Coromlion; ald BOW-STREET. which, when sold, e allows to be taken to any Going u he L- -- i.- wnlleave Ogdens- .. ... thousand vrietiesof the finst
t~eepl't h~wr fier(,eie nl~ad: "which, when Soldt, hie allows to be taken to ,ny gt", b -'t .tbotsaind varietiesofthe finest
SI.'r,e,. ie.,,i,iy thinks of ouy iii tllt isot 13ear-Baiming.-An nld nn a, taught part of the country and examined, as long s t burg every thursday, at P M. ; Saket s ve- FRUITS imported from the most celebrated cl-
"hu, hav "ie l t" ate7" bni ... Si-Bake "t te ntance of, S'I" ev"-FRUITSidmpattedfron. file iors'celeblat. eo-
of-it. noiuan lou!l have .d at atr- helre S, luert Baker, at the instance of ,onvenlice may require ; and if they do not ry Priday, at3 P.M. HanorsL .n lin, Gen- elections of England, France and liolland, and
!.K. He hI.' ". n fo, thint h\ok wtors; than Dr. Butler., had masterof Hiarrow school, alnd meet the fullest approbation, to be returned essce, every Saturday, at 3 P. M1. ; and arrive nr two hundred varieties of ROSES; together
,ad. In rh ,lliis.of ,1 igs lets, are not to i lol C lo l i l;erce ant ,he Reverend -Mr. Dru- exchanged for others, or for he mny, at a Lwiston on Su y, bu 9 A. M. r, y extensive cllection of ULBOUS
,.elt ,l; d...-, ,aiol. He was uivestiona. ry, MAgiitrncs of the county of Middlesex.- ie option of the purchaseor-requiring only. that L on olwn the Lake.- t ill leave Lewis- tLOWERS ; above20 vaietiesof OANGES,
.,y' Aa lln. of ., ,ate military !alents. lr, t th re It appeared by l e t state cut of Colo l Clit- they be kept in the same good oder as when sold. to n every Mond y, at P. I.; G nesre River LEMONS, & c. and 23 v- rielies of the CAMIL-
..,, pai,..vltie m-t cl,.se. Asa po incu, he ut- hrooe and several constables, that great an- ALSO, a general assortment of MILL IRONS, everyI' Tuesday, at 3 P. M. ; Sacket's Hilarbour LA, or JAPAN ROSE ; an exieusive collection of
l-riv fatli'd in hi., chief ojeci-the overthrow of noyance his becc caused lately to tle inhabh- consish1g of Spindles, Bales, Drivers, Oil Pots, every W"ednesday, at 3v P. M. and arrive at OB- the most admi ed EVEiGREENS, consistinK of
enbughwih llpasileexeqto. Europ- t ean taudniAmeria n FRIIESEPNES, cn YEWn,,o
,lid; an7lli be !.i.e not from the ealamiltits ta )nt intl uici, siiorhbood of Jlarrow by repeated superior Screws, for turning thile stone, with, or densburgh with all pn esibl e expei -ioy. E"ropc en and A seerican FI lS, PINES, YEWS
;f un :.l s;, but fm thedefect ofpoli- br-builis, the prison being tlhe picipal without, Bales Bolts, &c. Saw Mill Cranks, Agents for receiving and delivering property.- R S, c. and several t .ousaind of the SL-
.',! isaritv. H!- was unac,:quainted ith the taeor tlhrein ; and that on Tuesday last he a'- Stirr.ups, Rag Wheels, Saws and Files, with Ful- At Lewistown, Porter, Barton & Co.; at Han- VER i'[R, or BALM OF [ILiAD. The sub-
) pIn cipi..s or ;. s'trlngil rpou)iunded of com- gainh ade his appearance, with his bear, in tit lig Mill Cranks, Fuller's Screws, Wheels ai ford's Landing, Geuessee River, C.A.Van Slyck scriber also ofers for sale a, variety of le eosi
,mfcial oulnc aniod public spirit. With flie vlicuify, thodui lie had beenupreviously threaten- Pinious for: ...... i. &c. atSacket'sHarour, Albert Crane; at Ogdens approved native American FRUIT FEES &
,nide ;ei'.du rof a military aeademya, and the i ed wittl uiihment by the Maigistlatesif he did ALsO, all kinds of WIRE CLOTH, for stand- burgh, Levi Sexton. SH RUBS, of a proper size for sending tF Europe.
ci..si- ,ijlct!,. .u wiich sees to be, eagrf:ed in 'so, and hadl promised aon his word of hnor'" to ing, falling, shaking, and ROLLING SCREENS, WILLIAM WARING, CATALOGUES of the TREES, &e. necompani-
ev ery Fr,:nclinao, he called -... i.. Cartiagn, keep his hear at hlin e in future., for cleaning W heat, Ryve, Corn, Flaxseed, &c.- ManagingOwner ed wi hA a treatise on their Cultivation, may be
,:. t'.,,. It m, like CarthagC the mO gniti- The evidence baving been g ne through, Sir With choice selections of the finest FRENCH C.A. VAN SLYCK, had gralis, at the store of Messrs.
cei, i'goar of uEngland was to be ntoed by bat- Robert called uporl ;ie old mnan for his address, BURR, BLOCKS, from the bestquarriesinFrance, LEVI SEXTON. T. & J. SW 0 R D S,
zi.s :,d iw, and paltry attempts to draw a defence, &c. Hie gave, his name Tammus At- for sale separately, or made up to order, by ex- may 15-C&Slaw3rn No.90PEAItL-STREET, NEW-YORK.
hIue of c;irculniovallatio round her trade,li He was rowsmith)," and described ilnself as having lived perienced workmen; and the MillStonesforward- Southern Dzsrict ofNew-York ss. Where orders left will be duly attended to.
tni,;d, to sie tile distinction between a small thirty years in nue house in St. George's fields, ed w any part of the United States. aug 24 E IT REMEMBERED that c 4-C2w&S4w WIIAM PINCE.
c0f0'enut,6i-1 ri, er, fistained by mercenaries, ;ad The following i Ihis defence, vciathm. "llhopes .A^ fC E IT REMEMBEED, that
c e.0i by ajeousp,,oyr n tego1od wilof youll be musiU'ul to me Gemlenen, for byo NEW-YORK SPERMACETI OiL -J on uthefifth dayof May, inthe MANHATTAN
ol....... u, s, a h, ty ir ee ,,a ig ;,sh I was ...... .. this ere sr a- clean a- CN. DLE B C t Y, forty-fifhyear of the independence FIRE1 INSUR. CE. COMP.I NY,
tii i; t pi ce ma I mL n : ie."-n" Tim is iiiy, a i No. 52 BroADi)wAY. of the United States of America, ( I p R f I VuTk
the Th:a, tni i ie gra tesof the occaul upon tg e tins! ll S y cm Sewcifee.-" I'llait isto it, inter- 2f o It the city oft New-Yoitk.
,.'i(, 2. UAHLN DAY, of the saidDs (OI IICE !v~ltTIt-R..:a6 ALt,-SrT !,;ET,)
i l' c it d (o f i.- < a tyh a rst, free, and valorous talliedl CC l. Clithelo, yorc conscience .a [s eot A.t_. 7 iT.dD A o Ao t is, -i i h I I Th 2 wa s tEE
Ou, lit ion, and with every p eopleof the earth, a oble to resist the two guineas which hati been te t ric t of a ho k the il ity he of ims ; uro ofinstlsori daa age by Fire, dw"l-
Nw pw! I)'-a d fied to the r cesut fit s prad a islenyou oo iotl's rfied a t --' tDeotit the otite o the right whereof he clims E ling houses warehouses r emanufactories and
h b u i b y al rt o s e l f i et e r s l tt o t he s u c c e s s o f i t s p r o n ri s ed y o u ?tl r e l> rn o t u a r tha u m a t t sr o t'o ry, a* ( ,' ahi l dr i t he a n fA l l ew i x fo r ar e s C' O R S o
canse. T his. gr a ,. ndbl mistake, and one Wvich h e t, your W worship continued 0ro oldw n ,0 e .'i as Propa S Erietor, in l thae words following, to wita: h ue tdn" gs in geJeral, Eerchanm lizel machn ry,
oc .: "h'tan-tThe '. .... -_-. e O...-.t.pTile American Practical Catechism,tfortthed hlt Wm.Fseh Motd Wtlotherpersula W rtpinsoty,
*,ud r i, ,., O.. ". :l w''I sd no ofN a p o l o he T b e ll*. f le th e D oto r h a e i 'cer leti ve to .1 .. ',, .' '- i t s h ou seho ld fu rnfi ture d u ot ea a peysco .i l pr i ope rty,
*"*"* *""" ""I"1 "- *r aft the ": I .I LIS ,* !1 *iOf Schools; to which are annexed, easy and . i ., .. |.. 1. 1,1 ..,i onfle, iin w which w e sh al l have their af turuoou's diversion, and that hl'y.i ust rc ive L e sison s f r Y o ung R leaders, tending on s avoira le f ims ao m a ny sim ila r insti atu ion
lie hI tl, olhmook o) the field battle a tsfii d oneyt wanted o ,ry a ht le tarrier or two r; 4n0di :. s'.- p-. ..'m C ".l ,- -." to i ncuc t e mento .a it Byan r ; This Compua ny a s incos I o rated for
Of histoe, your astolloshmnteut will be, not that they tode lAe besides, that me and the b ear' Whodns co,;;ldb the idh of d prsonsof vxrnuu tde- L F ECAM ARPLOADEPresiet.'






inty~~~~~~~~~~~ compiledmnius f aby the aidcu of personsr ortheMude o hr of ozn Vpd T, LcItande-nd eeftstheeo t te rtLORDigin, epresi[denet.'ix cm-
nailo)-., had failed to conquer, but that I e had hia'plenty o' good vittehs and drink-but I'd UL UDD, offers fr sale, wholesale ominationtis, who are interested in the educa- TH. BULL J ecrea.
be,,n abI to ress.,, Hle wos alhtether over- knoAuwn that tel rer'ld biu such it rumpus as tLis 3 ad r J e abore Ftctory at No. tion of children : VitS an Appeedix for Parents D RE -TOS e etary






oilnua evry th pasio ; eer se retre- suferd te p nisme t o he ag ra ate c Ime an 0d o t i~rt he ao ve ne or.. at. No.;tCh rch Clrkof c hid enS Withe an AppendixofN w-orkParets DI EC eyTOR S. a n au-
naglel d illn povw ry mItEn gland, e a r, le would Sh le about iyt, 14 y se e tilc two e tguineas m.tg edb ifore |3i; rly'-Markit anyd No. 10i (hataat-street-- and Teachers. Williaew 1M a an e dry Mo
have beau cvubihod i ,lit her brwhole policy lhad I'd lhok-d at "ca,. Be. oussihlul--,to ,Gowe- lc- 5,indo. 106aleut wutr pesed Spem Oil fro tilTecheomt ote c fteCnress"f th Joniha Littew, Samruell THokdri
havr lu ue.whoIeed iu ia, if her whupe polinyehad i.le lookd! ret 'e. Se amn~il -d .. ... lc n- 5 do C ntr imnepieceStaA5,09DA-ial.ou nl pressedt New-ay oil fron aI conformity to lye t ct of the Congress of the
not beevsn dr tc s hic. S h l eveo. pul ot h let force. m en, G ood b ps y -ea -for I wa s never b brought a- ., d l atter om t d btates e led s i a e fo othe lac esr Te o rt e, co Sa ueC a T ook er,
She booked ion her elffLmu the comutenceiment tore your Warohrsbips afo re-uot for olthin. Be 10 0 e r, faStles suoemer straied Sperm. Oil age C of l earui w by secure the coies of sEl a iderson, Icrhamo Pt ra yl,
a: tihe proteoelres, of Europe ; and tihe blows thatin ussiful, ahere'.s gotd gentlemenn" Ills oratory 0eQ00 do Olive 1 a srrainedSe ChartsOi, anibooSeL to tg athe ors an pro- Isaac Ptier s c en ahs. v ersay e,
,.iti have staitteu. the French utlurp.ltiou were iho.ver, was all thrown away upon tile Bench, .0q do Linseed Oil priert s of such Eopies, during the time therein p o h o- Er.lo Tck' Smuel St. Jahln
lici it) susp.urse by r a uoble reluctance mt involte atd lhe was committed, ni the raxprcsi words of 1 000 do Sumruer Straih e u Sea Elephant Oil u tiod.' Ad also to an act, entitled An ion F. ae, W aS m u atkison,







k ~ ~ ~ b wa 1yt ea.Nplo cmmercitl eq Sie, th.satuthe, s a ogeai ndbcoevagaoltnd 1lamWitobject, sent freAnd alsosetoaall acttentQUESdO"AlaWin.F. or re t; a Wilaiancommoatkinon t
the inuocenut ,,. 7:,..., he cheed he. llm statute, ,s tauudcrs h, .,I..... 1 I ,. command of the i a .bear- it,''d,' to the tIonse of Correclion, iherc 1,000 do common Whale Oil for the encouragement of Lealning, by securing9 Thuds. B. \alwkean, Janes De olt, Jr.
id:, i the co and of the earth. IEugl,,n d i,,ghtt, o abide the order of the magistrates iu Quarter 400 boxes Sperm Candles, Judd's brand t f co ,Charts a Books to te Sept 15 Hi- alsted, E aight. o r
irvc r,"'volutionized .very maritime country upou Sessioo assc!-bld,-- ondor Palter: 50 groce Lamp Glasses, assorted sizes authors and proprietors of such copies, dhrin0,
bo glohr, a ndavi heivethow f the iveitlt of their Yooy i, Aug, 13. 100( do Lanop \Virks, assorted sizes f the tinea therein mentioned, and extending tie LAKE CHAMnPLAIN STEAM-BOATS,
tl~y upou tile dominions Of Nanuleol S ilo J clxcution f /Inn. tarrberfor the MAarder oq her 100 dozen jalp'd Tin, Socket and Stand benefits thereof to the arts of designing,a en- ^^.-?' '' acd The PL.iJ.hix, com-
.ight hae madm e olie whole circle of islands husband. Larmps graving, and etchinug historical and otherprints." ro n' '-c mo ded by Capt. J. Sher-
V wini Eureole ,1 a chai of fire. Sle mighit have At twelve o'clock this most wretched wV1u"1n9 50 dozen Brass Socket and stand Lamps G. L. THOMPSON, am-n.- e .n...__.. e'.nan, leaves Whitehall
Sflarli.d evely vind passion ; every secret re- suffered thne punislineut of lher aggi avated crime. 21) do Lihcrpool .. p.,.,i,..iin.. Church Clerk of the Southern DistrictO of .J'ttew-lork. ---' "- =-'s every Tuesday and Satur-
rnge, and hloly iall ambition of tile ecarthl), a td Sihe had yc.strday become somewhat hore geu- and Store Lamps The above is for sale at the Books!ore of day, at 2 o'clock P. M. and St. Johns, every Mon-
(I r t-d ile whole burning Iorrent upon France and tic and resigned. She admitted ...1....' in gee- .5 do Counter o-- Chimneylpiece Stands, MA.HLON DAY, No. 372 Pearl-street, New- day at)d[ Friday, at 8 o'clock, A. M.
its rvoltoiohi. But this s- could not h ave done eral terms, and appeared penitent. Her mother, Liverpool Patent Lamps. York, and by Booksellers in various other places. TheC congress, commanded by Capt.R.W. Sher-
wilhoutu the losts of pliciP!e, wiI hout. infinite hier youngest rliduhler ad Gher sister visited her A general assortment of' Canister, c Jugs and oct 4-CIltn:S l;iw4w mau, leaves Whitehall every Thursday nPorning,
i.jily tu mankind, and %ithoul ...... the in her cell, and all of them were inutuilly affect- Kegs-all ofwhich are warrantedtobeofthefir- L-Eat 5 o'clock An 'St.1 st Johns every Tha sdpay after-
tifpr ofrestn'atio. She moore than realized ithe ed in th, decuprst nnitner. A short time before quality, and cheaply for cash or credit. All artI-d BE STUDIED. SECOND EDITION WITH modplo' "Ilatious frla ss eae I b as more alrtine-
fbl- i tw'ent liero's spear-if hter weapon so tear, twelve, sie- was tedl inio e sih Grald-Jury-roo,.- cles at retail, where the purchaser makes tit mau igm p- oWtiohs for passengers, but tns more particu-
wase iib to heal. Nanip oleon'sL 1N-anwey ye- t suljudE NtS stpu0ised larly fortfreight ; atialt ans macco odation to
The w~isoietytof england-al. Napoleon's wchm l w Site hbad tlpe again become violent ans clamor- object, sent free Cfexponse.o n ag 20-Clu S t AME SL O RINGnBois, lul iy ip ub is the for deligliu xaisions an comurountry to
S.'s were toe feeble opposition of a self-willed ',u-s. ther shrieks were bitter and piercing be- Jes .( ralind odet ct pus-.co.lgt; showd, those who ship by her, she will run through prin-
igntnraeo; ,anld in the face of lhe ir impotence, yo) d asay lfling hllt it is possible to imtagine.- AtDeV E R T I S E A lcEN T. thatu ;s end eut Sif 'ttlT imipra Sc showing cipally in onc day.
the coannerce of Eglaiud increased f our fold. She was draw friom inhe Grand.Jury-room to .-t'iti o u throue dollar, or at most for ahtlewat yad ttaio t i w en Fao the co fortr.e ationod p>aries visiting tle





thefa olusam fcke rasan e f re ch en ha dsan c ug ttp art o te or s f ev 1ig ti1.'fal Co ref*such me d olla, orastmmosttfor anre le, A A Lthe MSE VEaOyT E toRT aeltani ne m xd wt a centfofrtresses of'Ticn dero g age t o landCro n
ouhn she at length' exerted her partatl force the scaffld, according to the ter els of the sen- two dollars, ca be o btained for a cough; es ReflectiYoW aSNT E Ob On aN a-in," a tohe way w t evot a at nd 4o
tgainthiml he ws Iriven from all contentious. toene, o a hurdle. The heart-rending cries cold, asthmar difficulty of breathing, tighbtueess of ttu'NE-ByJfN MASONA. TOhih ae MDonoug 's e agerent, the aCegressdwil
She crolind hill at sea, and stripped hin of the that announced her approach, filled every face tilechest, wheezing, pairu in tlhe side, kpitnring of blood, nowm l added, QUESTIONS adaptedito ti worll- ; CAieh er ie COngesRill
tiope o a tnivy. She finally in a single eocoun- with dismay. As the hurdle came to the thresh- a strained stomach, 4"c. ms i l o l la tr a ustitnot be a Matter olavthe f ahhsaudrud e rie esal littlersgr,a n oi r-






uts~~~~~~~~~ ~i for trhe e usei ofs.Shesuoothelaand Academics. Priceo a 6tafte a rngil, Clown Pointr a e -
ter, bIrokeh`4stregthiitsoufragmentsat lond, and onid, so that she could see part of the platform, surprise, that we see the obituary dailv swellcd with iS c Ce y vt TicoTde sa r in,








but ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ri b1..>....1a aeoorer nya a rwn vrhrfcsefeunl e oundaod 37centsin bWarne hlds. Burlingtonle andPltsburvhmeetil the LaeCaplaicni
tired him liuto a puppet and a mockery. If shie bitterly exclaitned,'0 Lord God,that should deaths occasioled principally by cold ? a)n a, 11- ccus bouud, andad l7 cls in b oardIs. Burliugtou ad Plattsbnrgli, meeting the Phnerdx
tfere had been a high-way from Dover to Calais come to this!' During the few moments that in- verufe, atl least [- One /.undrcdnjify int sund his sta rd il volum, comprehesOve tat COumberland head, and by returning in hier to
five ,nd twenty years ago, Waterloo would tervened till she reached the last fatal spot, she e.1n.s die aubtally of loulslption, originating and judicious in its paI and arrFngeCuets, aP- Whitehall they will have viuwed te principal in-
h,,e been auticpaiedr five and twenty years, kept incoherently crying, 1 0 Lord save me,' '0 prioa11y t.-.. tten-;.- b-1,1 ommncncein w" ilt provw r aisel f to the judgment offthe mostnature tileisting scenery on the lakky and madebne of
The stlihthe dof ad fo rt n gifma Bwhiywth elsnute the n ,u i- I.iand pain hin the age alw a utnldiLstandiNg, atnndhappily adapted to ti e r eXC--ieL
hestreugtholtEoglad-aestreong, wofichwitl God, help me,'O LLord preserve my soul.I- s at- e I hhelmol. e.sbecomen a d n t es yoil XCUioS- Which Our Cyountryesu,
"'ot t01ys'-ther o the in gs bcom ea ltec tly Til!T[lo tisement ofeYoungApesons, being can pfi bst of, in two days'auly.
r-leeuce to all huanau uses, may be called un- When the last service-S of religion were begun, tion ensues, and death closes the scene. Alas too published ill it cheap form, it lS110PED TUAT N.B The of n n wil be rp bef
iimit,!d, would have arisen like tire giant refresh- she looked frantic and wild, dropt on her knees, Often dosorejudico, by listeningtosome and adopt- PIOUS INSTRU-R S Ol.' vUTI WI A. B. 'File os d:aagey will be responsible for
ed, ianud poured over l. strait, and leftnothing of and with fearful violence clasped tile clerk's ingthe opinion of others, prevail; thereby prevent- AIR THESE V OF TH OP R, is lst o e by le carelessness or
;ae Liivolous and fickle rcistauce of Frenchmen, hands and caughtntp parts of the words of devo- ing a trial of such medicine as might afford relief, AnAILp Tt ESEo E F T OP U nglect l f thy.ir captiis or agents only, and in
obu, the feelings that survive i prostrate ulinds tion which reached her ears. The prevail g under the idea that no relief can l)e obtaiod.- NITYNOpt P'RESENTEDeOF TRODU-1 no other way whatever. aug 14
an fettered limbs. It is almost itile to talk of expressions were, 0 Lord Jesus save miy soul,' Scarceaea seoccursbutmay berelieved bythe time. CING IT INTOTIE SCHiOOLS AND ACAe .
England as haing been .t war. With the ber- s O Gozd liver my soul thos day to Heaveby c O y application of "eD EMIESuTOVER WH1CH TlmtIY iPRESIDE'--ar we- .' y .CAi oThe COt ERtVes',e
dersof t'u n, o pire. all was peace. W e read ofTLori s l forgive my s us eme, e T 0 God bless of y ,pe-c-.o ........ea., daped o t ONS fi tehe s ctE d ly t ah be* s se it- .C, AR o -, am C-. ,- A of COt ma Rsr, l a w
h a r v e st. tr a.... dtcid tl c itie s in c o n fl a g ra tio n ba ir ns.' W h e n tlle L o rd' s Pl a y e r w a s re p e a tedr ? f, ; ~ ~I ... 1 -1 d ...ti- p il i n al t1 1 s"p e -
but it was o w lh the remote feelingof the suffer- the last time she was directed lo repeat after the A "Lt 'It 80-_ ^._l. w ta e a t -.:H*''"o i .% anWd calculated to i f tittted up i a ve ir sup e-
ngs of another sphere. We never saw an ene16Lprs- cap a n-sh e iusta ty conhid n kep ueu .t 'i pres ton the youn g mind those i teresting senti- riorstyle for the accommodation of passengers,
wtt, W dit h tileM awe .fee lnd A pti- luf -f-er- spilelasttimesiteWcodirected torepe at a ftet ep _e J ipents with uhich uthie Treatise is so ricly Stored.ha t comimhenced* her reguiar voyages aselleen
my s banner butl as a trops ; v e never Ihei rd t he forially be fore the ch apla in ie er expressio ns.-- .- t- et w h ic tie onlr i.-so i. l sto Irs i o i e i hereh vo ya .s b ee
Q o'>a s lo u "TI 4 "" I"'1'"] pr"u~y attended to.^ ie ahB.T ods of Booksellers and others Montreal aytod Quebec, by leaving the, former ev-
&ouimof aC tanno nbutr a sfile SignNal eofa rin HA E Cp KN Te EraLer tForgivet our trospaszes was pro- N. 1 wThe ork e soThe above isfor sto te by- oc\ rck i i ; andthel tee ri
W e be ard of war as t he scourge of other nations; nounced with dreadful ceoergy. W hi ec the ca p i f B'cal pro smoiiptly attended to. o t bd c it s fo bya re y eer y f onday o eing a o Tu s a mand a
but ;hi .. l ..f war came t o our ears only as v.as drawing over her face, she fie uctily reo- y- "r R g t P I Mo C of s ta d C r erti a e o .s o tl
am tt,-rolcuriosty, Melancholy, and pniiuful peat e ordta e sul toLHeaen, e ,r gi i & Son and 1,,ujamin Warner, Philadelphia. Ilie tide may serve--meeting the Lake Champl.ain
aalter Of Curiosity. Medcoadiullperited, 1 0 Lord take my Soul to Heaven, 10 auBgS 15ag^"_..!a^ / c3l&-S'im Boats each way. This Bjoat is no. !it wtint of
indeed, b..tonl as aa pain in a hIch we indulgent Lord. Iforgive theme tihatwere tile mans ofbring- f t augc5 c olt&sen BdTs eh ay Tift Bo a is y co f .u o
ifrom the common sympathy with hunau lisfor- ing ine hre,' '"0 God, bless mDy children.' Just Asia prol'ofwhich, tile following interesting cas- I.M PROVEDI EDITION Of t t hos woplease to favors[er with eatiptrona-
tiu.e.ForthismagnificentstrengthiandghOriousex- wheIN the rope was tightened round ber neck, sie es.i ar submitted lbrpublicperusal :-- FI s.IlffqiDS OX o THE qli,'FEaCT'IO.aS. a e.1a -" o d
e ,ption, e have to be grateful to, t higher soinrce earnestly CriOO, 0 Lord Jesus, I am conmiug to Mr. Stetson, of Ilanover. wasNyears afflicted with JaIS d ny published, and lor sale by JAMES "












tha nthe wisdy lua nd fort une f aient to Buttheyn m eala v ne adwTercut m r o n eale yseil p onm nt oP_ d P iaepia u 5C t& LOhBtcnh n atn omybsns.
it the isdo ad forue of ano But thy tle-te drop fel l, and in less that a minute .violciTpuni his right breast, attudEd:ttles with e LOING, Bostonll --price 75 cents, iu l
I !1o g 0 t i c t h c greatfdifficulty .,,,.,I' ... ..-,i ii incalatbh.e of "-b."on-_ r. -.-ds -._ .
were buillt on ancient tiuhdeliofn s of lationhi life was extinct. Thro'elugho t is scenIe, shack- xtesidhOfu shl.. .. iji. JieIio m n ... i,, v i n v alu tll o- boardos-
..ll, .".-n it!IF a T e ts ilfl e i
prosperity, and not to iave estimated their depth ing to humalnity iu ,its lirnest fur l si anifest- ter nedine, was cured, and hishealth perfectly The Treatis he eReligions Affections, by .
.and solidity showed nothing but weakness antd ed a vigor of umotio, aw, and siregthi of nerve restored by 2 boxes of these nills. the late Rev.JONATHAN EDWARIDS, A. M.; _h j .1 '6- ".. a i.: o
narrowness in the mind of weir eoemy. Napo- which could not be cxp..-cted front her appear- Al Elderly Lady, tier I .. I rnd -1-i,,-l, sooc% lhat abridged by the removal of tfle p I iuci- .-:..J !
lean is now beyond the power of disturbing the ance and lanner at ei 'lil. Al s hue s.t ae time lir, of Boston. were ca ..1 ; .I.... I .1 pal t'autologies of the Original ; and by a At- .. h ..,,a a' ; '--
worll ; he ought to receive fthe measure of leui. b r features an thoe exprehsom y nl e"r eve s i odi- astt and uddifficuldty of breathing, vere all ofthem w n mpt to re n der t'he Language hironghoul more i
















1 1 1 gdt 3 i f t m a sth e r fe a t u res a n1 g 1th e xr e ss~ a i io n 1 l- r k v s i d e ta < I 1 W -1O R K L IT R A T R E O T T R Y to id t ile L nIke > e th d n d t oo c a se pt. in fi rl i e t i
ly which belongs to a an beyond whe power of catod a distraction fnd wahiazereuth, wiliicl shiov- c rd1 restored to perfect health by 7 boxes perspicuous and energetic. Toe which is nowall-1F` a g M aT VAIATALE 11EDCIS IN E N UStR For
'u ,-defending himself. But it ouiyald be geoss mlja edy theat she kew no t w wt s-- of 0alt tad bnNO E o AY H -ay years se- biec;. CUG S & CO."sU PTOa S.
capavs. O thoae twelve ,,housad bEnglsho> Condtray-Sheorhtue wyst,,ellywvat shem,,aseabout, v- e a ,o 00 t 000 y WITh 1 DE FICI,'ork Nb HISraTa abriliet own prnhb A dus'or to

















no, ot t non tir eerreured i ue cmpet asotm ntofCoto a ti13,ln alfit dwih t aieu500 ani 10,01%) Ity F T I OI S-PNOTRandMhealDEg.B lsam bids, fair toovi
tie uto bmeen nature, to attribnute his guilt Lo its I the most solemntun p at of the devtioual service onl0 d1 0hbreathingwlascured by two boxes his sleep iwasre- new .
mere common weaknesses. He was sclfisl, per- she gazed ildly around to se tilhe rrope by hich ltorednou.Ithe second night, whichfihade ldbebroken and ain attempted improvement in point of'style a, vatl every Maedicine heretofore discovered,
fidous, hluody. He had no value for ay lile she was to be suspended. The lhitude ofspeCta- formany years of one of Preident Edwards' mostL useful and foiCoughs, and Complaints o fthe Lungs, leading
tbut is ownu-to secure that life he spared no tors was greater hian was ever sa o a siiiur A Lady of Boston, tured of 0, was severely af. practical treatises. e are great admirers of tOosuroplion : and e;n i seated Consumptionas




















pr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ona n o hsusy hc lngdot rw n lse hrig and u-t=..LdyofBoto, uredof60.ws evrey-t'. rcticllteatises.fWeearey not great admirgers 1of bofe i o oh .Mrinon stir
"- ~~~it has lately been u1Cd hb,111,ltu Withltl rotsr
cimre. le never had an object of suspici o ccasion alt Yerk. flirted with a violentcoul, pain in theside, at times abridgn ants, and have very title taste for imn- p ising.uLcCss IfCertificatesfun person of rllie
whom he did not make away wy ilt, and that pii- spitting of blood, could not lie dowu in her bed foR provenents upon an author's style ; yet we imusl iSie,,hestiespt'ectabilityor the greitaud increased de-
rtarly. Villcneuve was summoned to Paris, ......................... four years, could not sleep but at short intervals-' admit the Treatise on Religious Affections" was mnad otr it, may be called proof of its good esters,
to account for fighting al Trafalgar wuhout of- LAW PARTNERSHIP. wasrestorel to pefct health oil takin 3 boxes, susceptible of both. To give greater publicity it i170% proAed. Scarcely a ca r ofColds. Cer at as, pa3h
diele-he had ,he orders in Napoleon's otwn C HARLES C. KING, and SAMUEL B. Thesells giveinstantease in allCoughs,lotds,ss to a lek so admirably fbdapted to extensive lisp- in the Sic. rd. a leep f C, i s-
haud ; he shewed then, ia England, and was RUG L,-ES, have forin med a professional asth fia, difficulty o breathing, w eezin g, tg t o acorss admmyir eeito Eet rie c inM b s i.. -... ,.., .... buf lt s-
of'thechest, strained stor hach. eonsu atmptio, pmin in fullucsy by com pressing it into a cheaper w ind ci ssf Du,' .. t ..... 1..... ey-b
adviFsed not to venture. The unfortunate A l- cnouuxio flr t!,e practice of Law, in the differ- thesid, spitting oft d, h i ssa d sh erO more readable form is thedesign of thep hlica- rciver bv th'tile v tsef this Me icih MAuV
firal s.-t olt, and was found tialf way to P,,rJ s C t Courts il the city of New-Yo.lk. Their of- the errrufcrstofsMalignant l.'evers, &c. C:om on tion ; aId in the execution of his task.,it. El ter- eVti cacsof ts i,., bottle.
wvith t,-. 'o; mortal wounds in his back.- fice is al \o. 8 Piue-st. oct 1-CltSbtun C(.'olds are removed in a few hours. The aged wil by has succeeded beyond oui expectation."- This may Certifv to thoe iw> on vnit ulay concern,
WVrighte.1 ,latound with his throat cut, and with experience relief equally agreeable and iustantalne- Ecli;r'ic Revitw of 1I20. djLSO, flhtI havebeeo enxtlremelvatl];cted'wiih. ihe Asthma,
a liztoraud newspaper beside him, while it was THE COMMISSION COMPANY ous. even whoe mlte lunIsare al'lected. OJ_- J/-yfor ALGER'S ELEMENTS of' ORTHOGRA- which has lasted nvarlv'" forty years, an.l great
notollous that neither razors nor newspapers At then" -Warehouse of Dr. *?/'s 'sAstluuatiePills.'O box, cnt "g-12 'WS, slua !!gnol
,,t.re allo%,ed withinthe f'emple. lJisolher bar- DO[',"TIC .-.JUt.ICTURES, pills,fr .o. cure. TOpreventt i ,oosi. iPTY orde Nsof B Bok f err S,1cnts, lpartf nat nl law
b.Ut ti,-s, th e death s o f P ale P ic he gr u, an d D '- 187 P ea rl-street, N ew -Y ork, tion the ou tsi te, prin ted w rapper is Pged, W T ,. T te oded o. b o vel is f o rs by had orsit iu .... .. .i, n, ,t i-
Conway.' Observe this as yfou val ll heal~th.! tre prloap tly attended to. The. above is for sale by Standing I trie d I a.n' .. md vraious
: ., .... ; the poisoning of his slck s hldiers, and s-IONTINUE to receive and sell oon co inois- Da aed and sold wholesale, by tile proprietor, W. T. Messrs. Collins & Co. of this city, and by M o. k oudsofl aedimeueh, e u procured a phial of Jnr-trC
ihe in,.s:,acre Of his p iiooers in Syria; all things %_/ sion, GOODS of Domestic Manufacture. Conwavy, Chemist No. I2c Frauklin-phlce, Boston, Carey & Son, Bejauin rner aod W,. "W. sos. t ,' front hul'sihaoles
Uf tiotlie y, tare each sufficient to give the name Libt ral advances made. Their custom ary coal- a ud retailed by special appointment hy W oodward, Philadelphia. aun, 15-C3t&Sq3 with ut cout.h ine \ud tt d mv bus hmss.
of ;to ym n,an down to tile exec ration of posterity, mission is 5 per c entfor Selling, and La per co nl. John uI'lebout 6. Son, No. 238 W ater-street New- .. ,ud l a f lrth ir c erti thait m, i i ghbhusr n ess-
Witi, lie power of good and evil, he chose evd. for guaranty. h cae a guaranty is wished, no- Yo rk:".1 -.;,;,. i,.. P M. Newark ; D. & E. Ilen. VATTS S IMIIOVEIt T OF T;iE
There isnoton record asiugle actor his clemen- ticu maust be. :,lw,.whenthe consiguoment isnmade, ',", ':*" ....... Co. Alban .$' Ilite/eoek, P MIND, \MITI1 QUESTION\S. jai tSrok a bcm u allcnto- ill,hr.
M.Utca; itss, ... ewHt 'd',a Pz, MsLOIND. W has jUESTIONblS.u a j f aeeouot o a lb eti ftehugae~~ i
cy> .. r public spirit. He crushed or the Colpauy will aot consider themselvesre- (h tleta ; ^S s, P._ M ,ewet, a tir ; l )rd, [ sale, atJis Be LsR1re, has .ju Cu rnh ila, B s- s ouguldof ,a01c1.ei.e .%..l.las I h r.l-,.; ...
tlie ,.. ., .. ia.. Fratnce and would have spousible. For large coasigtuneuts tco be uhld by Ho~s !I. ^^ ^ ^ ,. Phmw sertw-n ilc, ; r'.eIts Bonkstoeep o and lettredll : o--^n1m fMdcns .l ),a, olbra
crushed it th,'ugl, U,e world. He was a tyrant the package, a deduction wiI1 be made from tlhe mot^ ue^ ss^ -^ks ^ ^s&-ot':...i.. .i7 TH '" I'nEMPr'.OVEV1ENT OF TtlE MNI) 'liu o M met thos wl':u T"a"""" ude sach'
i. ibed,.k..st e,"6i of the laame. Ili establish- customary colmm~issiUU, or inlcase tileowner8 aL OUt the 'uldS n s;w nm yb ,,.. ... A r I ? v dc le luute States w!; \v*'e"'-' lluaye be ,..
ed elghtpri.ou bouses lor political effences, aad any time wish tihe sale, uf tbeir goods closed at jusly~ese,,al ^/,;,,-h ,,iq /vc "Medhcimn)'E," IH,.' ^^^ *ONSqt! i m^V\'n'h J).c~br do. tooh wh.,,cl arir ato otpaht
fronm !;u;': -.: Itea was to ue uo'redempltiun but the auction. F-rom ii th e aIgth of time ii ,,hich It hi prejm,'ed lby W'. T. i .,..... Price 1 tlo'.htr, or s~is. d' QUESTION ada^*i~ ptedi to 1hm ,ak irte noi rite u t, |,,ur ibril do hrb .-lhn l y aff'ir m cito l the<
51,,. 1.: 6 !.J, lhe return of imprisoned ou stale. Company have bee r..liiefrts ill Eaglsis uriioas, for the mere purpose they have uniformly ,,Ifered, aad tlhe number of FOTN!Jr-ok aebr-pr~- ym ih rI th .e, 18BI va pir;'!dO1itl!; CniimiOO[
tc :u c i i + > s m a n E g l s n p a ii i "' in t "i r e g u l a r ne r c a n t i l e c u s t o u ,.c r s, t h e y a r e e n L i k e t t h e F ai r g r t,, l e r p l l~ t t su r c th a u D r \V\ a t t s s lm ]p iw 'm e t o 'im. l iv, ^ ,. r, w h i e h c :i a -- e .d a n l a dh e s i o u t h ai t p l a c e d
i i-.iic h p n 's c as A v*, o r l] lr 'oam h i w o u ld h a v e I ai b lu d to a s s u r e t hio s e w h o nm a y t h in k p r o p e r t o S h e' W 1V ll b e t0 (;'" d a> rlld u t "' s'/ 't b e w o n of h / i nd-'" ; o f w h iur-h t e r a d i ea l p r tn c ip le s ro sy ,n i in a v e r 'y er iti e,. .! t tni^ io u .\ i :Ln t~ a k m n tiso
extii-;,,isi,.d thlismighty massof misery ; but le forward theam goods, th'.t they eau ealcelate onl -I,TEWV-\VOK LITEIRATURE LOTTERY, derslaltdt'( b ut they( ar Lck soexpam"led,:tn arl- il s ituat: 'X*'!ion I eouuuu l d"unt Apil I,'' 1:'1 ,;':'wheu !"lV
tad uo lee~liagf,,r..atnu misery. Hils seizure of tihe best prices tba market will afford. \'\oollen .1^ No. C3. f l**led H by ts istCmf-rahm they areito expahded ath r'pain in uay br1 sl iuaucd sed through
th Eugh,.! faminlies travcllius uader hils ou.u gods are kept iu a separate apartmteut, so as not SPLENDID SCHEME. of al' wor nttle' hihes t d""egre usfu I uld pleas the]* SL' ue;myIe ,lwdtd [g'evw^ ^ a
,yiisspomt% was ar uuhn-rd of pe~fidy, still more; to 1, injured by other guoos, and wherethsy arc 1 prize. of,5-30,000 is .) 1g Wll OEE 14,\*^.*\i^^6 S "?'FtE C~ARE OFl"* IN- e'l'down ;aud IoMIl hop, snf ever i-,cu:,a ,iiV {..elure
crtmtan thcille im~prisoiimeut nf ois military bxllibited to the best advantage. c2 do 10,001-1 .i,,,,',, STKI'rUTING OTIiEPP MAY BE (r HriAG lp Aut hlistow oprfg la bofiel ot" "0. )>!irc,,i,, ICanl
ipin',cs. Of those twelve; (Itisaad Eugliblh, Cuuntry Merchants unay supply themselvcswiithi 3 do .,1,00 15,0)00 El) WITHi f)FICIEPTPVPV1 HI S DUnTY Z^rllsov Spiongs a, bi i euu ahof .^i.ism,i's;al ;L'UIf.
InoL ,nlue tli~nuu thBllir, ever returned, iu tlti a complete assortment of Cottou nd ooeu4 o (0 ]00)) I Tand Woolle 4 doT 2,500? 10,01D.0 anpn rn- V n r^dru from i whilof i Ib tied lm iv, e...i oL~;.[ ;arl..l
tihtecUi years of tbeir bondage, tlie prespets Goods from the principal Manufatctories in the 40 do 1,000 4",1100 1) '.r ,b'"s's.'j::"*r. ]Ualts. *'"s'dtlrom e~ethe uu, ol svo hniilc.oncym lnt area
of the n,ijolily wvere tot.,lly de,,'oyed ; tl,. mua- couur,.y. Written orders tfor goods will be exe- 50 do 500 25,000 N. p 1Tir orr/lerss of tt* Bol{eDlrs audtlters* waslkrt pen'e;t SoT.'d,>ts. nt;d,,. o;-\ ca:n
lure >el beeu separated f'roa' their prolc~sshs c~t,.d till promptiltude, an~d at regular prices.-- 10)0 do 100 10,000 t,' "* hly ntte.de to. Teabookselles afdotr sal by lk G eS~l! lz 1.. 1 S'20.U
anr,:habits of.!' ,the ,ld did at a dislauc fr,,,, T~elms of payment l~ibelal whet he security of 15<2 do ,50 7 ,GOO Cromliu Hit. eo. of thisa ey atoetdo sl by Cae GSn c^o.-B partiular tha, evryg.'tJ.t'b~
t' .i, f.tu,,iie.s, and rite yrotlg gr.t iulo niaul~ood p yumeut is uultuestliouable, wlith til advance of '7700 do 12 92,4100 aolut Bejai Co.rofethiscilyandeibi a.e & ta So" C^Ut~on 's^ pnCouia Droaieer stimnuJe bou le
v..ha>;lt a purt..ih. linuunorabiB be.irns lu Liug- intere-st at tlhe rate of sevell per cent. on the cash-- ----I C -lmio le dll iwto s r al "*di),J\'>*"
1.tli .evcre; maide wvectlied by the scparaitimoiiif prices. (052 Prizes. $250,000 au 1-C.'it&S^at bottle, an th dit"iu ar al s]"e I' by JA '
theusect vl'tom liei i l:appiie!.s or ,ubsistanece d;.- .M'uui orn/, nd and for sal~e-- 1GP5y Blanks. ----ENDLE&S AMUSEMENTS. Sol \v b,(,)(,ale ant! rata'!i'.y .1. {. A. & V,. c':. P.>-'
ji s n ;;c i ; n d1;', f r l lli s lu is .- i y wiv li hl p lu ug en t u it I U r o w'n ,i u d tb l e, 11 ,> orL*e {it au 0a; .h's ravr, tlle tyiaut of i;'r~tluce o;' ttlff i-'iit ,ji i, tes I im" a d widths. "25000 Ticlkcts at 10, .. -"* .,,. il perinients, ia various braucies l'f Selence, T. L. Ciark is, Sdi lUrtggists. {'ew-'- ori; P, \1.
L-.;'ii y ,.:zt! tii iiuse.'r. Ill's private lile was. tlhe Stripes audl< Pl']tids, fine alld coarsel wairallt- Pl'izes ald, lilauiks to lle drnwu, Uriaww ln t .vis;.Acot stie's Arhhuiietic, Ch.'mistry, Electriei- Mcigs & Co. Albany; ','. (G H-art A: o i]dittbr.1:
.,.* ,i-L ,,tier his public elu~ti thi.stc. H s cou- ed ( ,.stc,). l;.i'rt. *conim~ence on, tle-2!itt Noveiuber uicst. All thei ty> Hydr'aulic!,, Hydros'aries, .Magnotisin, Me- Hlotchkiss & Duinand, r'{ew-E[.n-en; [;i;tl~eit&; B:ew-


1 1., I'l -111-1 11. -, 1111 -11 11,1", 11-1. -1. 1- 1 11 -, r, oston ; H ook r& B eVt
out :,O> J.; p Mi.lie was of the most heartess ii- 3-4 and 1- Checks, Bedtickiing P zos floating. chances, Optics, Wonders of the Ali Pump, all r l stou oke & re .... .. t.-
g -.iud ; he was ,a a dulvrfr and a|pot;tl,.-- Di per, nrabhunls a nd Milinetts \ '. hole Tickets n 1{I3 ; Halves 6 50; Quarters, the tricks and chanl ges of the Cards. To wlihich A sosol i y D r i bvNi"u, ,. ... COP,
>., io h.s, H ir s loue mm, -erved as a ferbi i Cotlon Yarn 3 45 ; Eighths 1 62.1 is added, a complete system of th art of making ev & E *liss. .' ,, ':. ,. i ook & Co. Au-
a z..:.ae t.r tfW one and irqudice lor the olhe r ; Cotnlln Balls and Threads, ofvarious kinds. ( M Capital Prizes fN r sale at Fira Works. The whole so clearly explained as b|,ar.; E. P, i ,. 1 .. Aruell Jansn ,
yv. l-:.L, *itc Cuse of L wb, e:i,,,es w is set ish- I Lubr l's P. CANFiELD's to be within the reach of the most limited ca- GoshenI: G. M. Dalison, Sarateoga, antd I ComI.
ucs:n ,mW his punismeut came friom his selfish- lIrey, Mo ck and real Shelll Cnmbs New-York State Lottery Oftice, No. 134 Broad- pacity, price 87 cents. For sale bly stock, ; I ,,, ..... Dr. HitclicMock, Utica; Dr.
. mss I. iade bii sliU k, wheu to shrink was I Pi 'r, Letter, C n1m on ,W riding, .. ,.i,.. and win, thIree doors north of tlhe City-i0itel. W B. GILLEY, 92 Broadway. ". 1 .. ... J. Gittean, uih'ao; G.
.. ;>e undo e ; andi, ticiiy it sen i a, striped ] S ittiS etts [[onnet .Casli advaiinced fr Piizes is sou > drawn. oct 5 a, r .' bour- and alsoibr salea y some
[ S d gVMinU ]l leveyC' ons-idcrat~e ,eithliucait throlainnat
S.'ilCLftt- daltwit blackeanctfaiarable PRI NGFVIELD MANIC NO1'ES exeaugood theL'nted tate.,-andtosa nN Y
o'eu r.p'r.e fame, ui7 id publi couidnisse aiion, fom.n Suped ;fi ue, black and mixed Broad Clothsths. V CLUBS deO s lt wilh on r ,e mCost fanor;uble t PRINCF ELD BANK NO r ES exchaibged 'tt i A t i a'd t EL[d I lt ds thlroN ...h l
a' lfS d u to a iouied grave, l! lDu. C! ssnLees. ierms. Orders, post paid, frtn CluNs and I&P- ;5 u at Oe per cnt. discount, by JAMI' MELLr HudsuiiN v
;;:, oatb could iiave baeen b ;a.ved by a.y power, T. B. WAKEMAN, Secretary. viudils. thIankfUlly received and prnmpt'y atrend- HENRY DWIG(1yHT, Broker, W1Ao wiil supaply 4Dealers = hbral terns
.ia P,:i- a u b E; au '.e .=0d prosperous to the New-York, No',. 8, 1820. nov I :e tI by P. CANFEILD. oct 8-S 5 Wall-street. oct S-law$


a ..,-ni. ,,o f any descriptiol, it laying adjuon-
ing a road which is nuich travelled, ad the gen-
era~l pass way for' the produce of the western aod
souther, parts of the town. For tihe i .1 .. .
of Fishing, Fowling and the nmcans of mnanuse,
it is surpassed by n, place in the country.
Also, a Valuable piece of Sedge Meadow, con-
venientlysituated, and within one qunrtcrofa
wile of the above premises, which will yield from
sixteen to eighteen loads.
Ifl) v above Farm i ndit Meadow are 10 sold hy
thle 25th of Feb. they will then positively be sokl
at public auction, either together or in sections,.
as mnay suit purchasers. For particulars, eniuire
of N. SMITH, New-slip, New-York ; to A-
BRAM SMITH, near the premises ; or the sub-
scriber, in Setanket, Brookhaveu.
sept 20-Clt&Stf SOLOMON SMITH.

TO LET,
For a lrin of years,
_. Tid The Fulling Mill and Machinery, at
-l. t Village of Cross Rive, in the town
Of South Saleirm, County of West Chester, and
State of s New-Vaor! Said Stand is considered
oeof the best i nl the country fohr Carding and
Cloth dressing. Tire ,,,i.c1,- ii i were burnt
last season, are now re-building, aiid will be put
in good order by the irstof the season for dres-
sing Cloth. Said property being owned by Mi-
nors, is wanted to be leased to an approved wrk-
In n for several years-suchn an one applying will.
neet with dun encouragement.
For particulars relating to said starl, &ec. ap-
ply to JAMES CHURCH,near the premises,
Cross River, August istB 121.
aug 6-Clt&Stf

FOR SALE,
T__.n







I -1_-' l A Farm, pleasantly situated about
J_.... two and a half miles above Hurl]ate,
f li full v ieofLoung-Island Soutd-three and 2t,
f half miles from the Village of Newtoiwn in
Qfueen's cl.laty-countaining about l 45 acres of
Land. SiNid Farm is 9 Miles from lirooklyn ;.
a quarter of a mile, from a Landiug, knoein hy
ihe name of the Bowery, where boats ply to and
from New-York twice a we.k. On saiid Farm is
a good two story Dwelling House, with a Kitch-
,i1 attached ; a Barn, with other out-buildinogs ;
a well of excellent Water : twv Apple Oichards,
of the best grafted F;uit, a great portion ofiv hici
is of tire first oqualiiy Newtown Pippins, with a
variety of other Fru'it Trees of different kinds;
one acre of the best Aspaiagus, la hd down ill the
hei manner ; plenty of Currauts, Strawberries"
Rspbnorries, &-c. For further particulais aply
to JOSEPH MdOORK, 399 Pearl-stret, New-
York, or the subscriber on tihen prenises.
THOMAS MOORE.
New-Town, Sep7t. 1t;i, 121.
sepl 20-Clt&S6w
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
SFOR SALjE.










[ The subscriher ofers- to selI it private
.--...... sale, that valuable Farn, formerly oc-
upi d bL Mr. Adriann hiuckeihol, and nuow inl
possession of John V. D. L. Briockerlhofi' situa-
ted iu the pleasant and inu'lsiig 4 neighborhood
y etveen ie'ishkitl town aud !ope'voli, ill the coun-
Lty of Dutches, and State of New-York, ootile
nwtll road leading from Fishkil lauding ;o Con-
*h i Aecirut, and of the fork of thieaibuoi l; T aru-
pike, six miles front Wappings Creek l,tv;iu'g;
tilou miless from Fishkill lat)ding, and twekv, ollcs
froum t -ghreeptie. This Farm conutaids two
hlunured atll( twCty ac)es, of which one hwit'i.d
aind twenty :i)r> arable ; tweli,;V acres nltadow,
and thhlty acres good wood land-all adjoiiniog.
On said Faim is a Dwelling Hcust, [Barin, Wag-
gou ll ius; ? .' of e i.cle lter: \to Vater cirdsl ti
house sIwd t a fewo OrPtlia rds eoti o f xl ct g..fted
PFruit 'Crevs. 'file descrilhed properly is surround-
ed with mai ll dv'snt.>;.cs, paticd py for Schools
anUt places iOri public wtship.
Also.-Two other woid lts, lying ill, Middle-
bueh, to'eef niles fror tile Plarl above described,
tih: :e ilrtS from W r;t V p.ia.gs' Creek 1,lding, the
ilai'hurg.n triirpik!i ; uiinlu!g ceutlU.i tllrotlgh it--
eent, mniirg lortv-your acres.
Tihe oih1'rlot, coalaittniug twenty-seven acrieIF
lies boUltoie cquar-i Foof a mil north from tie
lu piin ie ... th. lauds of' W illiam Cooper,
aiod ',-hieurck awld etr Acktrmuail. The two lots
of t,,,(, I I aid wil be so ld separate frout the ferIn
--'iga rciE sP to Eh,- 9p0rct-h.or of tNe Farm.
Thiac pm: rdpsr Call be accomamnodated viilh one
hbittllhe ptirchise Uulnoiy, by seeurin- tile paIy-
ll-tUii, alii; piylln;g th iulerf: st ;tnannkiily, fiur a
niionll pr of y P.rr. For o ,nricular) tiiqullre of
JO.hn V. D. L. Bri'ilkernue' on p he prie. ;
J Nw rs D',,Le, Esq. Sirvyr, 18ear Pgttp :,
S!;!l. K. 1-I h %., Esq.hil l -ipewell ; M rs..,'s. Abln.
Si i-L ,^ Co. 1Is.chbants; in. 2Aew-Yok ; or the
sui!)^'i il.erI ;.' P-J~tcr -".s i,i iudina;, iu .New-Jersey.
sA .j 0of tit; ;tbov" lands Dit i,e sei f al ;it itir
place. ['U L E!L JACKSON.
scr- u bs r "r o '.... r t, sella a v18321.
juiy I re-(2e;Stf ..,

PCrL1tInHED BY FRANCIS HALL & CO.
AT
NO. 60 WAUL-STREET,
SECO I D))OOV, AltOV.E PRAttlt[.-SrI :T:'l'..
l!/',.i'i): nO L lliij t, Pi- .'.h .-tA >'( ':il,
The CO KCIAJ,%th A V ERT l 'Kl. is 1pub-
lishe /w,'/i oat t isi Ol'ilie of thdi SPcr'TATol
Price p .c0 pfr anIl,"t: h
At o r' o othe wood lots yn in M* ^ ^T s iddle-'a