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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 30, 1821
Publication Date: 1804-1867
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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VOL. XXIV. TUEcrDA", OCTOBER 30, 1i821. NO. 60 oWALL,-ST1EL...T
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S t ion to preclude from the churt of errors the chan- i :.: ir.- I -.. .ts of overand terminer ar .' ..insed '- -i.-.,.. ,,,. .I .... .. 1.1 ., whoi, professed them wr!.dV combine to emancipate' biportant Discovery.-Aa inexi blustiit. pua;' y
91,n10' o T illn T tiMAua, Am aiL ov HMia'.t e cellor and judges. He d.kprecated suclh an air at- lF.1: ---I ,' -u-ta o- c anon pleas .1 .-,, ." and v ,,. ,. .. i .t I.. *' '. their bretheten from the yoke -f M-.ahoe1a ia7 pow- of w.ttercemin-t has be-n .aPeiy a-i-;I-, rI.-", ..':
T AT O .T FO ttp'iou tt woulD neer eet ,I dju dHee apro- 1 "c -.I ,I *,;: .-I the peace in thie several ountles in and to report the sae to thie convention, with their I t r om eo Mt ,.oiuecm .L en y,
STATE COVEiO elation. It woul, ee meet wihte appo-Ithis state, and such othercourtsofinferior aud liit- opinion as to the expediency of either incc, por ., r I, ,.e1- were di- ppointed,-circumsitances in. ftl, Washiegto county. about three ilefroml t!i
On T"'udaiv, te Conveution were occupied in baton of the citizes of this state T greatest ed jurisdiction as the legislature may from time to them with such parts of the constitution as are not tervened to counteract their expectations, aid they Hudson river. Its quality is of a superior kad,
,.o m hute eoil thi e ren o rlio (ith e co ma ht ee o ailtil e ju-u e xcellen ce in If he c o n stitu tio n o f th a t co u rt ca n thn e e sta b lisho" a lte red by "li e c o 'ven tion or o f' s u b m hitting tile sa mn e is, a l tt, h ey H u so n se d wIt s aul r t i cc e f ce n it. k i
I cc-%as. experienced all that "1sickniess of the heart," which andit is tlsed tvitlicmnill)iet~s,cce,lshi e] niag~lllti th-1
dicial department .,..I If .. .y...ed.,,I ..,.,,,! I .1 .?, -%,. listed in the uonio ot the judiciary and the senate Mr Radcliff commenced speaking, but was separately to the people." 'c ", cmng, ,
question. Mr. Du.-r, 1. I ,o, n... ,,.,,ir I. -men of plain understanding, with men vers- called to order by Mr. Young, as he had alrea- Mr. Young suggested the propriety of amending springs from hope deferred On' a sudden the stone for the locks of th northern canal
made the report, observed that it had been iustly ed in the science of jurisprudence. He. spoke dy spoken twice on the question, the 8th section of the report ,f the committee of waragainst Ali Pacha burst forth', and the Greeks, ,,
re muarh ed hy th e ch0 ao of th co ittee (M r '. a o e l ng h o h a v n a e o nSever'n of tihe Boston Batiks have c olonn m .a h ,
m irked y the chairman of the committee (Mr. at some length of the advantages of court of Tile chairman decided, that the gentleman the whole, on the right of suffrage, so as to ex- under the fallacious promise of being reinstated i seveat o the oaon anks ave coin t
Mlunr o) t thecollnltte end be extr chancery. o judge of a court of law could feel f am New-York was not in order ; but it was emrpt town officers from taking the oathi of of- their former possessions, ran to arms, and in less solution to loan money at five per ce
tiul it) recoul'medhis. an~yfculdaiueutA Aaherations chlancr. jdgoaemtflwo fe
to oour judiciary sylte,. They dfeaned it extremely himself at home in chancery suits ; and he fully competent for the committee to give Him leave to fice, and moved an, amendme:ir to that effect., than a month they drove the terrible Ali into the We ve recently received severallettefrm ,.
Ih zardons to itrodce toomany innovatonsand a concurred i opinion with the gentleman from proceed. Mr. Bacon remarked that a! the reports and citadel ofJanina. The Turks, then thinking that teantMIcrib rceved a seeraTeeTfter telryiwgtta
few additions were beheled to he all the impro-ve- Albany, (Mr. Kent) that a new and lung course On motion of Mr. Wheaton the question on amendments would again conmebefore the conven- li ir tant subscribers.complainingof the irregular will;
ients, of which the sytem was cap;abile. With res- of study was necessary to qualify even a judge the granting Mr. R. leave to speak ,.las taken, tion, when the amendment nunht be acted on. Al Pacha would not fail to fall into their hands, whichour paper comes to them, and stating that th#
pect to the coturl 1l) chancery, heihad intendedl to for the office of chancellor. If there were defects and decided in the affirmative, 37 to 3. Mr. Kilg, acting as president, announced the took good care not to execute their promises. The other papersofthis city arriveahvay'in due season
offer some remarks against Isabs id ; bat;,)l if the i" the system as now existing, let then be cor- As Mr. Radcliff did not avail himself of this I-.11-.,.,..- .entlemnen to comnpoe the committee, riches anti the spoils ofAli swelled the treasury of We can only say that our pers ,ite de up and
ain)oelsofthe..'' ..... -, <. ., ) bany(Mr.rected-let us amend mot destroy. He could not permission, Mr. Edwards, spoke for soure time a- to whom had been referred the report and propo- the Sultan, and the Greeks, who preserved some dear 'a t Po *I> he eup andh
i and ofWe'tiueav i,, ng ay thing liIh he believe that the people of this state ever enter- g.hist the amendritents. sitions relative to the judicid department:- franchises dutinLg the conquest, were about to he re o
could s, wou lAbvaiii..g, yth ` e tiied an idea, that tis convention would pro- The question was then taken ,n Mr:. Root's a- Messrs. Munro, Young, Root, iueld, Rn. Williamsd e t dute cnd tieconqouest, ere aboster e E punctuanity. Thre fault must therefore lie in some
Mr N Sanfordoffered lthefollowigamenduent: ceed so far as to abolish the court of chancery oendient, and decided ill the negiative-73, to Van Bren, and Schenck ce te tion o mere serfs. In alli of the intervening offices. Could e delinquent be
T.- I. ;l .11.1 -I shall have power to mnodify, al- and the supreme court, nor would they sancutian 36.. Mr. Dodge offered the following resolution : rus, in Acarnania, Etolia, Leucadia, the ancient discovered we should lnow hlow to apply a remedy.
ter t, ...,1 ,... court of l.iw or equity, to e-laI- such an innovation. He concluded with I. Mr. V.Sanford's amendment was next ;a or- 'esoled, That a committee of be appointed Bceotia and Phocis, in Thessaly and Wetern
fish newt courts Of! justice) and (Is" i~'alKf theR fiuc- the followiing a meodment : dr,. to report the ?line and manniter of holding; all election Macedolnia thepre were onlyr a few tons-n lit which~l E, ,.ac oj Lelts -sm rtsin at, n'w Bor,
Sis .rCuri.dicti,,f uceof e court tu any other court, c the court aof cancer v shall consist of a chan- deIr. Sanford hoped we should first at on itheo- I- .; .. 'the people fdi this state eleon tie Macedoa ee a few to s in which ac ofa Letterma tem a Brun
suiijccl iin ti fuil'owviesinctit.s: color as heretoilore; but the Jegislature may arm apy -e t hould fitst act on the .o- t.....I:, ishai i e st emitted by the cofn- the inhabitants preserved some. landed property. ,wick, J. to his friendit this ci, written (11
1. That the count lor the trial ,t in.ichal)ents time t ti e vest equity power subordia gil repor, dteonteanentsfn- in pursuance of the t section of the act of All the coury was to swell the domain of the o'clockst evening
and the correcuoa of errors, as now established, courts, or persons, unnersuch limitation and subject cessay. tie leIPgislature recommuendiiing a convention, passed Sultan, and the wretched inhabitants were to be re- Iavejust retned fro a fire that broke out i
al ,,,iain na.terabe- to appeal, and suchierms and conditions as the le- This motion was supported by Mr. Young and Mfl uch 13, 1821 't a te hav just returned fr a
2 T- he rit of app to tile c1rt. for gis|laure ay piescribe." oppisd )hv e..sl.r. ,1. SouI;ira:d .Aned !, .:. Co motion oiil Mr. Van Buren, tlie resolution Scm to a state ofservage- Smith & Ackerma's oil house ; they,I believe, were
trial ofin~ i.-,:.*u me and bhe- nr u[ l] ee'-r e Ir. YouIne c(,ovw ded, thlit geitlemen, who AId. ".1, e.qucsteld the gentleman from Santa- was ordered to lie on the table. In this state o. t rgs, tlere was no possibility of boiling oil; it hlias burnt their whole concern down.
'* ..... u at ciitns a 1d regulations' .,s the legisia-' l had preceded him in dehate, had placed the a- ga io state his objections to thle report. Mr. E. Williams moved to adjourn., waiting longer, and it was necessary to profit by the rs. Jones' Millenary Store.hs. Voorhacsdo. Wm.
ture shall ma.ke, mendinent in a wrong point of view. It had not MAl'. Younu, replied, that it was too long and Mr. P. R. Livingston inquired whether the resistance and the treasures of All Pacha" Schanck's Shoe Store, where it staoped; it crosse
3. Tilat all judges ofourts superior to ihe coun- been proposed to abolish the court of chancery ; complicated. It would require a condenser, as committee on the appointing power were ready to The Greeks ranil to arms, the only refige of the the street to R. B. Duyckink's, and burnt his anda
ty courts, slil hold their offices during good blcha- and ifthe question on that point was taken now, strong as that ofa steam-boat, to compress it in- report? unfortunate, It was ar act ofudesperation, ad re- h a g ing ado, an ui d a
%ior, oruolil thil eyv.lhl alltain the agiofsixtyyepas, amendment was me'-ely toleave thei subjectto le- to a proper volume. Mr. Radcliff replied that the committee were ortae as an acto desperation, and re house adjoining belonging to him, and occupied by
add shIall receive I'r their services 1a co;muIensation he should vore against il. The extent Of the a- Mr. Russell offered the following substitute : not ready to report. Adjourned. stilts the ,lost tragical have been tie consequence. Peter Voorhees-the goods were removed. Twd
which sltilft nut Le diniuis.ied during lteir ecoiinu' gislature, with thle privilege of retaining it or not. 1. The judLicial power of this state ,hall be vested __ ,. The eventof their struggle is in the hand ofOmnipo- small buildings above R. B. Duljckink's, were
ra V chten, r the remarks he was about Messrs. Van Bre, Rott and N. Sunford, a ot htil trialof i eachments, to consistsr FRIDAYf OCTOBER f tence ; we can only offer u our fervent wishes that also burnt and pulled down.-LI now return to )telp
Mr.Va t llehtn, ittherniars h ws aou inde fc~wreoa~s.the president uf the senate anl'd senators. F RIDAY, OCTOBER !26. tedsednso ree myaai efe n"oke tudl-msot,-i' 1i, nse
to make, should not pursue the older of the a- uade a few ernks. 2. In court for the correction of errors, to con- the descendantsof freeilen may again be free ; and to kep it a ndr--most oftdi., ,uti.1i. :. in ashes
meodent before the conmitter ; but first con- r. Root htad experienced what ihe had expect- sist of the president of thle senate and senators, and GRECE. that a region over which literature, philosophy and already.
ineudarent, beor tir fol"Il ;d whet firs cost-e ths ndmneut-that. a (or- -,' GRElECE. tir fnart hav spea ai tigsa* blz -"*"
side the proposition for abolishing lthe court of e, when he ofied this -- the fine arts have spread an unextingishaile blaze -i
chancery. It had been proposed to transfer the able battery would bepeed aguts hi 3. In a court Oof cha nsist of a chief ceusr. The London Traveller, contains a letter, dated of glory, may no longer be the abode of desolation. urder.-Mr. John Lucasw while exploring the
chancery powers to the supreme court. What t was natural, that those o i and otuioe than four nor less than two a schiefs- front Paris, which endeavors to account for the re- desolation in hI;er fields, her cities, her literature, and country during last mouth, war mutrdeied onil the
benIfit hel lnnquurd hcoulsdWresult from th i t of er t wa s nat ur t s ho hadn lice, and lut atI tswle thanfour nor less than two asso- .t moa le a t R yn l b 1 t pt e z, It
befits, ie i nquiredncad rs ultwould bethris te experienced the benefits of the court of chancery, eate just ces. cet insurrection among the Greeks, and from which more than all, in the grinds of her children. 3,knli hi s guide)bwho s tr he ,y
furt? Gehtlomen had said it would o t e bringing pe ,,,,i,,ed triebenefit fr m it, should coan 5. n district courts., wecondeuseanarticlelfr ttns evening. The causo
5. i 11I weconensean rticlefor thi evenin. The cuset;IC yeok th]iug n a itnisgp il c t 0dStripsa hoelbow(Ire O
justice bolue to the doorsof the people, anitli- diuBf d ei in utramntefr nt f is -dicoalei6.>it "courts of common pleas and in justices of a-- --- its clothing, and having placed it in ;o hollow tree,
finish the expe nse s of carrying on suits ? This, out in its de ce. ut persons a ret tile peace; antd i such other courts subordinate to o It is very dstant; t sdated ev fro te c" Deaf and Dumb.-The annual exhibition of the about 200yards from the road, set off for his w
hlie believed, was unot correct. The chancellor had description who had lost their property by han- tie s upremecourt,as the legislature may establish. quest of Greece by the Turks. The latter have ne- New-York Institution for the instruction of Deaf and nation with the mules and packs belonging to lthd
yesterday remarked, and he fully concurred could not, enume-r tained different spe ties whicits. After sone remarks frot Messrs. Munro, Duc. ver had the art of tempering their domination, by Dumb children, took place yesterday, atDr. Mason's deceased.---.dd.
in the opinion, that the expeces of litiga- could not en erate all the speeches which Lasising, Shl,rpe, and Briggs, the motion was mo- conferring any benefit ution the conquered. Mil- Church in Murry-street -
tion would hi in uodege be e t a dthism int be honrbytal-entdainst his]rmess ed, and the questionsouo striking out tile first lionsof Christians have been condemned to be ,for- The Church was thronged at an early hour, by an From the Albany ArgusofOct. 23.
flrrug cqttyju is icin o he su rom co rt Inm t ednt. The honorable ge st~lentan fro nt O- Section of the report \.las takeu hy ayes and ones,1-1
ut ihd been said that the power of the chan- a (M l d cited the authority of afd decided i) te irmaive, 79 to 33. eigners in tie bosom of their country ; and although immense concourse of people, of the first distinction Ino tsadvertisingjorthebenefit oftheeact o 'this
cellar was immense, liable to abuse, and t a r- judge toryi a nd offe -id a i essa saspetch.t After suise desultory discussion, the chair gerous to the liberties of the people. ne con- clsider it a speech.] Call it a reading or reci- cided that Mr. N. Williams' amnedment was in than their tyrants, they were regarded as unhit for tested during the whole of the exercises, bore witness Cropsey, of I ,I,.1....,,,., -.. ... Job Matterson,
imed that the jurisdicelion asid powers of the c n There was no ecion to tis i ours e ,li re d. every employment, civilai, military,or judicial. But to the interest which was felt it every bosom, The of Eaton, D` ..m w. .,l Greenbus. ov.
eoryel aunntdc v i g otaylr-ud-i l B n ctrt ei u t rs t w i h a s e t ineesy b so Zh 8 ; J o n)a hl Cu rtis, nf R e tas~ e l ae r, c o N o v Z"U; A u s tin
court of cha ueery were so well delinnd and guar'- tatio ot e There"'"'w asuo"0 ."lh '0ec 0tthto is course. M r Duer renewed a nm otion to rise and report, what is a i~ t hp^ d iu ,n -hp ,~ 2 J n l u ts f ei~ l e ,c .N v 8 n o
tied that o danger was to be apprehedvied. Ad- If fgentlimen had not a supply o" domestic manu -Which, after a ,c remarks fri n i Youn, was is ore lamentable and supportable, the for- exercises commenced by a powerful appeal from Tlfily, of Dauby, Jan. 1 ; 'Jacob Badeau, of Caur.
molitting however, that the power of the chancellor facture, it was proper enough to make use of 'n- put and carried. tune, the honor, and the life of all christians, without Mr. Haines, on the nature, prospects andt strong m el, Dec. 10.
was formidable, would the danger be lessened by arles. The ge e fo Orange In convention, Mr. Dodge offered the following exception), were at the mercy or the caprice, noton- claims ofthe institution to the patronage of the'pub-
nasitig this power with that of the supreme (Mr. Duer) had ancied hlbself a victint, with proposition :- ly of the lowestof Governors, but of all Mahome- lic. This was followed by an address in signs by I...... hRe. r. etus, Mr. Ne l
court ? Would not the danger rather be increas- his head bound with a chapct, f lot with a fillet, The jiudircial power of this state shall be vested ans. Such an origin of the Mahomedan donina- one of the pupils, which e afterwards committed I ..,.I.. LaJ.i- 1.., Va. toMiss Olivia Shaw, ofthis
^"b1 s~cra^^^ 'tto'. ^T a ^anti dooni"ei to the sdcrificsi. Ie would carry it) .il(, Curtfr' tile trial! of impeachments and theo ll hiedndom- f*h ppl, hchh atr rs omie R,,.. V.tois lvi haofti
(d by such a alteration ? This arguent the figure a little farther-He would throw the correction of errors; the court of chanucer, the su-. t.ion, and an employment of it so unjust and debas- to writing on the blaci board. The examination of city.
rded. lo daflet Iosise a dio sot n -salted cake to tlie victim, if that would preserve prenem court of judicature ; in courtsof usi priusaul ing for the Greeks, certainly were not calculated to the pupils followed beginning with the elementary M We dnesdayt evening, by the Rev. Dr. Kuyper ,
a uio of power. The two grat departments e l aterts o thepeple. Any genu oer and teriner a general guol delivery ; i captivate the submission or attachment of these last. classes. Severalaanusing ablesand stories were re- ,. .. f .:b Vaan, Es. al of thi city
Ip a t r i o t w o u hl d b e W i l li n g t o l ie i n mo ul a t e d ( 'ar -t ile c o u r l o r s s o n l u p e s a t e e u e s o ~
of law and equity are distinct, and should never public good. The tlean fron Otsego (Mr. oftpeae ld i suc h other tribunals of feor Te ks fu ni hr les, with regard to the w by signs, and created a lively emotion in the o., h ., .ly eve,,; C e .. 1r. .1, P ,
be uniud. His honordabe colleague (Mr. Kentt) b g d TlSleman VErlom hscg (tMr.h and liriiteidjurisdictioh both as to law and equity. /reeks in the character ofcoequerors, who had only audience. Mr. Sylvester Child, t.. '.. -... ,.. ..., ,.
had yesterday stated, that when Ihe was appoint- Van Buren) had called the court ol chancery the ,L, iayestabsh: Provided tha av yesterday taken possession of the land. These are ter of r. John Carpeter both of this city.
ud ranellr~h wa copeled o bgina nw c~efortrstne-theroc upn wich.uru- -, h_ I, .,,mamy etabhsh : Provided that any yesterdaytalen possession of tile land. These are
ed chancellor, he was compelled0 to begin a new cief l corner. stone-the rock upon which h OUrju- ... ,,. chancellor, judge of tle supreme. the true causes of the insu-rrection. We were struck with the interesting appearance of Ou Tuesday evening y thle Rev. Mr. Berrian, Mr.
course of legalstudy, although ies had held the diciary system rested; and we had been warned court, or judge of nis, prius and oyer and terminerr, the pupils in general. Someof them exhibited great Thomas Walker, of Philadelphia, to Mrs. Mary
olice of chief justice. e had bee told that against rodlig is rock from its bed, aInd'co- appointed under this constitution, shill holdI hs Till the end of the 17th century the i rmt .,..... intelligence. The easeiand grace- t 1st asteveing, bytheRev. S S. .
oface of chiefjusauce. We had been told, tha t tiug it to the Winds. If this ruck were so ligbt, office during good behaviour, and until he arrives at Christians g haviu fooud that all their t ,, -a ....,.' ,,,. 1 .1 h,.d ,teynteltrge,,ce. The ease and grace- At Brooklyn, lasteeio g, byttheRev. S S.i'ood.
certain states hads uo courts of t hi er, as to become the sport of every legislative pnuff -,. -f :..,', years, and shall hold no other olficc e ne i g raai111 'tl ll their eall ....,... I-.. I. they went through the exercises, hurtEnsigu ianeouBacktoAlisMarsaretRchards,
were able to administer justice ,l....I .1,-11.- .- let it go-it could not be worth preserving Mr. I. ry ended m aggravatiog the cruelty of their fPte, re- were astonishing. We could not but venerate that both of that place.
let it go--it could not be worth preserving. M ". ,,.. ,. r weeatnihn.W
ladie reminded gentlemen, that these whiveryg tales R.replied to the arguments which had been urged Mr. Van Buren offered the following resolu- signed themselves to the expectation of a better fu- spirit of philanthrophy which has undertaken to D I E .
a ia a l st hgan st his amendment, aund occupied the floor to TL:-- trt'iy ; ad sought, by patience and caresses, to rescue th eseuufoltunate be slvsfroe tne l-, n of i'- On. On 1W,Ve i,,- 1,teZt-, .'r, ," j. ,
mlen wished to abolish. Again, we hlad b:men ,e;en t{. e'loie Ta 01, *many c 0 ;ir,: ilin,- it -". "" ]*s'" Ta "^ "l t n c and or d a and r'store to .. ..........--,.rtion, and restore to then paofil .lnss, which sle bore with cistaa furt-
"*old o t 'r Ed i. I. n L B r N. Williaus briefly replied to the remarks a ,1 < t o to ei rilo Lt at httlIe ur et iet vI p a aray i1 1t*, tude,>rs. R uaa, wile of'l iM. James Jolsn, in the
"old...that tI,;,ii op'r; givegtt rhed th t i,"ailj! -; ,;atbodtvtho Ttile.netateh riseres;istutility thoseendt. enthwhichtnaure haf, wihhelde;toresttoethoemherag
w as th ere used a s a u eui ine o f ti e crow n H e A l r.I R oo i. i s f lywre pive dto t ire re m a r I,, 1.. I proper; to g ive to>s ,inc o the, po wetof oy c r and lit-iIste ti' L b e' r c ie ru wi t wv ere b eiate any bea ing those endow m ents w which nature has w ithheld :- 1, aOl rs..., nf sa a yl asti, at B uJ ohtsnin.the .urt
was at a loss how this cold be considered an ma t eI "d-en:tli;stsod n o ur t ;, co'uloor and ter- de f rome; befoultre ViennaWerebeatenly sea and which emits upon the darknesss around them, a enesa st, at Burlington, N. J. the Hon
a,guument against it inthis country, ifit had been sig ag fracturess, he hoped e eShould ever he ruiner, and oruHsi prtUs, oncurrent \ctr ofr; c)ch- land, and were forced to abandon some provinces to beam of light, to illuminate and cheerttheirway, and r lias BuoudinotwsL. L.rD. sit thed year of hi. -,,....
~uto ben ef ic i n as estais he ndy wifit lus T n co pellet to resort to the coarse fabrics from the sire of thi ,ustices of tile s upre ntme court ; that tile Elas L3udinot, D. ttet2d ear f b ,
county of Delaware. circuit judges shall also be il, .' tile court ol Austria, and the whole Morea to the Republic of Ve- guide them, iike a star in the east, to the presence of :Society. Wa-s President of the Ainenct-, Lii
gentleman trom new-Yl K 0r. M.. wasd N Ir. Williamis offered ihe following amendneut. errors ; that the legiature ... like power to iii.e. This epoch is of importance to the destiny a Saviour-to muansionsof everlasting bliss. At Augusta, Georgia, on the 10th ins t. the Rev.
favor of abolishing the court of chancery), ahd of CuMOtN LAW COUrs, authorize tile appointment of une orn.r.lt'reclhau f uti Ge ..kS ; they perceived that the scaffolding -
Jeaving the disposall atd distribution of its powers st. Tlhat lle state shall herealter, by law, [le di- cellors, or to establish inferior courts ulo equity, o tit Grks; thy pte iat t scafodg DaeCorkery, Roman Catholic Pastor of Augusta,
to .he legislature. To this course he was de- vided into five or ..r. judicial districis, in i..inner have jurisdiction to thle amount of and that of the Turkish power was falling; but the begin- Florida -Gov. JACKSON has issued a proclama- aged 23ycairs.
cidedly opposed. It was a dangerous and per- and form as the legislature shall deenm proper, exK- said circuit judges and vice chancellors shall hold ning of the last century was .1.. ...11,1. ... to tiona dated Sept. sf,1821. in which he saageedthat 4V0l, ue" T anen '3 ta dto ,.
nicious iinovation, breaking in upon thle funda- clusive ofthe city of Newt York ; and there salli te hieir offices by the same tetrnure aslhe judges uf te tlhem. t Poerthe Great was repulsed hby the Turks certain olicers and troops, who by tie treaty werdamuel Smith, of Botona 43- a ,' i......
mnctu sipricuiples of our judiciary. There was appointed hv tile g n..e-al appointingg power of' ie stlprene court, and sball receive such r vs arle's asae fo ci ^^* a Inks. cet' the and troop.,, who by the treaty uere .-amud h twi rwottBrtyceoe- d3J,*.,(-,-.,.,,. I-LI-
sOetAl principles of our judiciary. heo e was state, for each ofthe said dstries, a person ,f the fees asthe legislature mav allow nlem." ,,l the Morea, by means of the English aud the to withdraw from the territory ceded to the Und N. J. renjan.n ('..,.., .- ..i 0;S- ,.'.. -I ,, i ,,.'
S arkrt a lara degree of counsellor at law of he supree court, Ar. young moved, thal these propositions bt uch. who were hostile to the Venetian Republic, States, still remained in Pensacola and *ts vic nty At P;ladei Mr George Wvhite, 35 ; Mr. Jam,
renaorks., ; heentlemnan from Delaware 1stei WhoiShall, while iefe ields'is office, eside ilul the rfeired to a. select com..ttee. Carried. was brought again untdh(r the Turks, without ally a,'tnilLin q clistil'irt body.disownitgeveo a temilora- Tucker,47--At Sa4!sbury, Pa. Samuel Brvrn, Esq.
favor of excluding front the. court of errors tile district forw hichlies ll e appointed, oIn le* d It was noved tt hat hie con ittee consist of p .t n .n r th w e hed thk oftha ... ..oth nitedSt es e stin g a t her 61- t Ear toa a.aN uir ('h, stian Bintz.35 v, Gi :-
chancellor and judges. This was if, his view'a a circuit judge ; and who n hll have, hold, and.ex- e s vCarried. u wrsma7-fitipulatioo in flavor of the wrenched Greeks of that ,, ,| ,, .. to the Uniied Sltesates, as existing ui the <>l-Alasto, pa. Mr Cuisntiaub8tz.t 8 t el.-
nmost injudicious innovation. The benefit of ecise, i, the several countiesof this state, all and eri i K t cIountry. The Greeks, however, did not despair of Floridas, and being engaged in stirring up disaffec- Jsuu F.Coclkey, 57'1r Johnice--At",tsh
associating the judiciary with th e senate to con- very tipowes and jrsoicous which e j solved itselfimu to a committee of he vehole, o then their salvation. and they continuued to cultivate i ion thereto, they are therefore warned to withdraw iou City,, 1r. baker. comedian-ln Fairfax co.
totetuof fileuspreme errors ft)%%muhave--riee judges treeovef ihuoffpntoaucocourttEee f tile ,Nuholeoid ei- thereoo, ereyiare tereforeawarnedno witeedoawtii, I FairfaxtGO
stutite a court of errors was mnutial-the judges d rise ia the corts of over Vand teruine, general the subject of senatorial districts--Mr. Van Bti- elligeice,and to increase the means of instruction, themselves from the Floridas betb.e the third of Oc- .Va. Major George i rpp!ett, 55 -At Alexaudria,
enjoyed tie privilege of hearing able ounselaniail delivery, circuits alnd sittings, and a[ clhaler;s rvn in Ihe cha.ir. in the course of the las i century they improved their tober. In case they do not, the civil andt military s. Eliz'abeth Klne., b-i-, .t Kinod, Mr Jos.
acquiring new views, while the members of the 'wi sucho tie power as may hereafter e livt- i 'i The eport of the select committee, to whom old schools-they founded new Juones. Durhig the oficerscare authorisd to arrest and secureithein. .tDruieu \t wti t. Ja s I, F iirao_--A
senate, who were ,n most cases men of plain t) theme by fly I ; Iwhose duty it shiat hle separatelyDMrap o tte rThonswasreferred, was tw war twe to ares ard we r. A oru,, t. va *,;r uam et ..V,1to.-.
sense, little versed in the intricacies of the law, hold the above named courts in the several counties tp t htrsn was tee 5d, w o nw warsbetween Russia and Turkey, which preced- fortsmou,, apt. icark,i a native c! ostiun-
derived benefit from coosultiog and advising with i.n hie said districts, as often every ye as i ll r. ed the last, they made unfortunate attempts to throw catol. tppnptstothrowger, late Spanish Governor of East rew 'mtrcus'isall, native ,tit--
Ni %T. -,..,., .-.-, quity and law.,IbeFx~dhbyhlw,I and I): suh of the said dist,'icis as a.trJtBuete)lved to aaiendth first section "I ...l ,pigr lt pnihGvrnro
it il e utnooinreIt e oidths ubishdlis ro-s agintttlereentAt.,avtto, GbrelE. ebutrw t l.eDsNe
T % ..I.i., discoveredt much pridefo 1 f ll asslo eachhowhr once in eaCh y:r, as to, read not less han eigut nor more than "fthdreadful yoke o the Ottomans; but these Florida, has published his protst against the recent At avannah, Gabnei E. Sauriaure, c,l. D 2J 1
Miio. i ...i Ite. discnvererd much prt nl arraN emet amon houelv;cies; and ,ne of sixteen.' His rossous for the motion were, llat attempts ended by making their chains more heavy, proceeding of the American authorities relative to Mr. James J. Henry, 31; Mis ,',aria ameamans e, l,;v
the sad circiijodzcs Srait hld tie "Ifyou bv~ere withattenionfthrwritngs ce le IPl.--.-icttI' Igut AugstaoUoliaa
inio in the discussion o this report. Asa e- te said circi judges shall hold me sittings in. tilhe we should make the senatorial districts as nu- If you observe with attention the writings of he the ubli aers H intends i a more dp oive "f .....enc.. R L-At AMgrst, Geoigia,
ber of the select committee, to wom the subject cities of New York ad Albany, when aId .s oftell meru)s as uraicicahle. He preferred that the Greeks for l e last thirty years, you will see, beyond taiedSta pes. eintater ns giving a mosie gton. e- John t. .....s, i.suai, ; Mrs. aciar agues,--A
was .referred, he felt hinself called on to explain as he shall be ,rvquest,.d so i, do l.y the upareme subject should be left to the legislature, rather o rt at y year yo, o leet byt toiled stat-nt aler visiting Washington. v At St. Louis, Missouri, FranciCarr, Es,.-A
his views, and thile reasons which induced hitu to court-psovided thei, sitliiigs do not interere wih h: th h a doubt, what was their favorite object: it was to Edwardsvyille, Missouri, Mr. G torei Lurcio.ie. for-
withhold his assent from some parts of the re- he cicuits. And Ihe s,id circuit judges sli re- the nu er o districts absolut enlighten, and thus to influence the barbarian A black man by the name of reightn, who has i .lisou
.coni,,euatiimiV dnits--At bu-too Mh. Job, S.
coiumen that lit all po tints co nitisagreed With his as nots ay be e"stblishld by law; is.d shlIll 11ld th-it. Some objections to the amendment were made conquerors, "Ilto, under pain of perishing, are urged accumulated considerable properlyas a barber, in Gordon, 35 Mrs. Eunice .. -; Mrs. Susan
e tha i a sagore t blish a respective ufiee,, by tlh samee tenuure as the judges by vlessrs Faihlie, King, and E. Williams, when to imitate thie civilization of Europe : but, vain ef- Charleston, S. C. sailed from that port on tlhe 17th Good'cl, 38 ; Mris Rebec, i ..,,, U- '39-At Matan-
o iaes. e was not' f of abolishing the Otieof le sure court. I t question on tile amendment w as taken aud forts in a single e year all this hope was destroyed., inst. in his own schoot.er, the Cilypso, for Sierre A ,I a daStord31.--At a uPovien, ^liass
con)]~of charicery, but merely wished that some "id. And further, ihe( said circuit judges shall have lost. maEiaGdrd3.-tNnuk,.V a-
of its exuberances might be lopped off. Here power and unlhornt to hearaind dite-iii, all civil Thie question then recurred on the first section Three revolutions happened in Constantinople, and, Leone, where he and his family, and several other cis Colenaln, 89S; Mr. 'lde Cadbh,3J5.
Mr. W. reverted to the origin of courts of chan- c,.us;s on c-rti rari, arisiig in their several dilncs, of thile report with the catastrophe of two Sultans, overthrew ov- free persons of color have gone for the purpose of
cery, and sketched the history of .them from the and sent by tl suplee court to the cicuits for r.Rdcliffwas 1.,,.- dividing the state ery thing, and subjected the empire more absolutely ...,,,. andi spending the remainder of their days.- .rlIEDT1S DAY.
days of Alfred to the present time. He invttel arif guun,,t ; and the judent rendered ,y 1 u- Ship Cadmus, Vhil:-'-. I l -I-- 'i-n Livrepool.,
thI attention of the co ittee to the courts of sall b- adopted aud entered ofrecud thsu- into eightdisltiets, and renewed the proposition than ever to the influenceof a mutinous, ignorant Creighton was the owner of severalslaves, to allof witory od s ,,.i ,...iL ck
il U. States, and of the several states, in unne of ipren osem'1, O a return of tile papers and prooeed- offered some time since by Mr. Root, which was and proud soldiery; and to that of the body of Ule- whom hle offered the choice, either to accompany lrig t iza Mvlary, UGrifin, tfalems, 7( days front
which wis found a system, similar to tle one we u sd or, a nd e urd ato effect as o 1 t f "fo as, a rapacious and pedantic set of men,the des- himn in his expedition, and iave their freedom, or t Peleruurg, anid 58 fiiom lhine.ur, witl hemp, tal-
h a f d a sy si ia he ne we asifrend,ird uy the said supee court lite senate shi-1l consist ofl uremibers, to ie l ,o uow and manufactures, to "t u,1. Osborn, and to order.
proposed to establish. This was in his mindl a 3d. Andlrier, lthe said cicuia judges shall, ex- elected for three years. On the return of every cel operate enemies of all intercourse with Europeans, to be sold an.i remain in this country; yet, only one ALT,,ORE, 23. ---Ar brig L dy Monroe
very strong argument against the reconienda- officio, be i0 h lebersotieCu of the court for the thle trial of sus, the state shall be divided into 12 districts, as The present Sultan, a young man, lull of rtle could be prevailed upon to proceed with him. llen, St Petersbnrg 67 day, ussia goods e
tious of the report. I impeachinnts,.utf a, dti, correctuo of errors; and nearly as umayVle equal i tthe number of electors, glory of his aucestors-a rigid observer of the Ko- _- Nui*Ofi Oct. J -Below, schr Geore Wash.
Mr.Jasaidthatgreattalet ar(] lernin %,Ie.$ (title, of S;.td jdges .,hall beinifwu~ahtd, ble and each betctitti.ed to three sctoators, ooe etwouiii atfrn rstul
Mr. Jay said that great talent and learning a aspen dedfo exercising his office ui to e elected aunoually. The districts sHbecon ran, active, obstinate, antd sanguiuary-has exerted The Philadelphia Gazette of last evening says, ington, Ftch, 'rom batuore, found toSt.'homas.
,had ()Bell exhibited it) ~r:: t, dsay, in t,(e,,.d,,~ioO Tf it aj hi ar Oi Tursday inormng lust, about 2, o"ct -k, l
,a d b lexhibitedlin the discussion lf ths gel h u legishuL, re1pa, il theirdiscretio, osed of ,. .. territory, ,d not altered till allhiscares to subject all the rebels ofte empire to flour in tint city was $7 5U0; and but a scauty sup- heavy g-ale rom NN W. suddenly couming on at Old
tiou an, .sthnis atrbsoluteearg sway.4 .lite tisleu spacye ofteir haeefew, yeaers lie ply, fitenu .khi abolue say. Pohinpac of fe yers iehey ) mrke. PintCnnlrtofhesBaltitsmfret capecap
,Jlclr Do ur~e,, -.. ,..tly 1yl- He wished .ke-provsin fr ,,e ori ore vice chancellors, Mr hR. t ked thatI.e had voted guait sway the space of a few years he ply arke. otCo rtheschr ame o alumore capt.
owaever, to make a few remarks on one poiut- and regulate their powers iom ntie so tume, or ,at ,Iositoioe, kitih the h vope War sonethiog has killed some fifty of them, and replaced them In BaBltimore there was some little stir on the2-t4th. Cox, 110 tons burthen, wMie lying along side the
thle delay of cases in the court of Chancery, v, s ch icry power. in uther courts o suhordini better b ee h e e ) by the pernicious system of te Pahas; who ha Sales were madeat ie5 50; subsequently6wasask- atute Raps, partly disclargd o hu r oad
whi l. > tuotter io. be o But he. preferred thbat by tie pernicious system of tlle Pachas ; who iav- Sales were madeat 3 50; subsequently $6 was ask- ofS tone, broke id t o aUd filled SOtick, as Out to
wIch had been mentioed so itea usu debate 1- t f. Kini tose ani occupied tie floor till alter proposiiim to thle, oune now before thie committee, ing a greater Court to support, and being forced, ed, but no sales, allow time to te crew to save even their clothing,
-e atnuedlly tI s ossed nofby te Csuitscell r the usoa hour of ,,djo f.ent He ured dhe i- and t"I the purpose of. trying the sense of the bv perpetual changes, to buy over the Sultan's lavor- this city sales were made yesterday at $8 50, but compelled them to nake a precipitate escape to
Wsat were the causes of this expeation and tti p ii Mr:Sha as p e et w i ou of ites, pillag a tot et trer the wretched Chris. and the price continued to advanceiTee amosttcont ke ofn theevewho tf e bMr. '
desDpatch ? Fitst, the confidence which was repos- possible to the vicissnudes and flucuatlieg semi- order. bians, and have threatened them with total extermi- spicuous mark of tlie rise of flour is the size of the vine, in the boat belong ng to (;at. Dumas, engineer
cd in the option of the chancullor-and second- ments of uture legisl ,tu es. Thlejudaci vy was by 'The qestion was then taken on the first part nation. A survey of European Turkey and the sixpeenyloaf, which has already dwindled to half its of hnrt Calhoun. The schr ha. gone e..tne.y tu
!v, the certaiaty that ]be ophtion of the chaal- f.r tlheiiost ini[)orliul brninch ofllies gwteov.riieol,- ^' "'*""'sltnlte ntiLlrtpi pieces, a,,d, we learn, nothing but her imaats !vitt bu
e, er, i f, e w he r e v e rs ed c n th e i On lis sa bin l y au d 1 t.e s d;en d .ned o l tl e firs t.se c tio n a n d c a r r ie d c o a sts o f A sia w ill sh o w th a t, in a sin g le g e n e ra tio n fo rm e r siz e s e d, art
court of errors. If the ,lh.,ncery powers were ,neasere tlh rights and liberties of the citizen, and The several districts were then read in detail, the population has diminished by one fourth. The A small sloop laden w.th furniture, &c. supposed
tran;frre t te sr cou, ad circ he hoped it would be planted upon a foundation alnd-adopted without amendmuent, together with islands of the Arclipelago enjoyed a few advanta. Our readers will perceive, from Mr. Dwyer's ad. to be tie A1pha, beforee menuoned,)went ashore on
tr usfer. t th sor, n court 1 u cirui whc woell"l"""-"d ant he sha.ken hy every breath olf the h~st part nl the. first section. had rh ''*W *yl< ^ d*^ etut.nurpetatepoosstgter igPn,(ouhoNueun ier)oWde-
>ourts, there must neressarily be much delay, popular r .ei aini t.. 'e e Second section re.d ges; hut the instability of the Sultan has not spared t'ertiseume t i our paper, that he proposes, together g Point, (moutol f Nausemond river,) claed.es
aud i additional expenses incurred, which wouhl Mr. Radcliffrose to express the reasons which Mr. Buel moved to amend hy inserting after them. The island of Ydria alone has paid 3,400,- with his ppis, to delr rt PROVIDENC.E, Oct. 20.-Arr on Monday last,
,.ll upo clients. He.detrsoetie h would govern his votse, the wordo legislattele i a clause providing that 000 francs in one year. It is known that every Pa- the City-Ilet' The pricipal object of the exhlb.- ship Hazard, Child, 6a days from Ivica, and 48 frt
amesdthentof the geuplee an from Dehiware.- Mr. Van Buren hoped the gentleman would not the number of districts sIould not be less than cha enjoys the right of lifeand death over tho-e sub- mion, we understand, is to prove the utility of his Gibraltar, wth ,lt. On lllh cl" Angus1, off
I.I hisopuinoo it propo-sed dangerous iunovati..ns. agi ctritoh]e debale at this la-te hour--he eight nor more thaui sixteen, jctaejy to is a i~n~srt oin ;td tha .evey n obi e-u sytem of Elocutiou, by placing before the Public the Cape le Gatt, mua gale lI'om tlhewc twardl, thaxdaz-
wec a a r0 tt pl o sta l hee rs *. aia tnn s a ttdn i ni11 1 m o e nz e u t opr m att o Is tslm i t a t o n n d t a t e v rOm n e n. t h e .a rt l o t h e i i n ad i) 3t otai O t e 1 3t
W-e webre lled ou to give up what syst en test- had ad ah'eady spoken several times upou the, ques- he amnendmeot was discussed by the mover, heded is judged, on the strength of the fact, to have hmprovesnor t which t i s h pupib have made hurie. wasfllen ain 1 ,ti ,t by r tri Cs' o a Jee Con-
i byo e b sste whi h tio.n and Messrs. Russell, King, Williams, urroughs the sort te they have been unier iisscare. tuition ana shop ofwar Ontario Cor. Joneu im-
troIver be trired nw He eld te n toco- Mr.Root wished the gentleman from .New-York and Sharpe, when it was >,tlhdra~wn, and the so- committed the crime of /cue mrajese (or treason) and The selections for recitation are from the most mediately offered a.s:stance and .ent ofcers, ear-
ful xcxerinta t. The court of chancery ihad 6ght have an oppPt tunity of expressing. his sen- cond section was passed as reported, to have, consequently, forfeited his estate ..... .. meteadsa and are all of them moral, istruc- pentersand seamon onboard, who tilted a jury ,na
,en of im,,mense advantage.to the state, ad he tiieotsw and toyed that the colmmtiee rise and Mr. Young offered the following proposition, to law. The consequence is, that those who are sus- tire, ad cast. The charge of admission is low, rah per sen a t. .. .. a
Drop ot wui~se sh advnev tr eosetut the tste aboidou he pur which was earrictd Adoruedi.ril whichi was ordered to lie. onl the table. : hopeI we should never consent to its abolition. .dnesday, Oct. 24 That on the taking of atle census in 1825, the l l1 ta d made in order to defray the expenses incident to radtopmastand lopgalla tmasotani lent evpropar.
Mr. Van lBuren did not intend to enter into this On motion of Mr. Shtrpe, the Convention re- number of the ,.embersofassembly shall be fixed at, w l stipe of their prperty. the occasion. We trust that those who feel an in- sistanee, to put the shup in order for sea. For wtiech
dea. s e had wtosedsed twith a hI degre solved itself iuto a con>n.itee of the whole o, 12, leand shall wever exceed lhat number." Add to this the civil wars, the plague, and the terest in the improvement of the rising generation in n:^ ^^,t^ ^ hld,-s ei tn^: ot h and ttti-
f psre. hnad a ali, tbeen nisu d. N o the unfinished business of yesterday (the judi- Thr eonmuee thuen rose and reported, einsatiable rapaciy of the present Suiltan, who has reading and speaking their native languagecorrectly, ,-...,. ,.. I ..,., M..,. ., or their ure,,itted atto-
thissltoject^ ^ : hadnn;ed; tS fhrc,-^e alleides* bendsesd --o ciadearmen)-Mr Fa-i in-- thewe~ chair.. Mrrto. Vbn Boe ]no^-ed toadljouHu. a
question of equal ,w agn htude had yet engaged tile clMder. Ton ku s t ) ovre d F ir t eth question whbsich lr. Dodge called for the reading of the resolu- three times debased the p t'esent currency, a ud thas will e uco utage M r. D wyer's laudable exertiotns hy tio n kt d a sstance ren tdered fthea ~ a rd at sea
attention ofthbs couve,,tio,. It had been propo- had beeu discussed for two days past be now tak- lious offere, by tho gentleman front Schenectady reduced it to half its value under his predecessors, their presence. aQUiGch.at -Arrived, 9,h,schrSally, Wil-
sea that ne should roll from its bod the corner- en. (Mr. Yates) and himself, for appointing a comi- and y;ou will conceive the gulf in which the Greeks -- son, from flalifax--12th, schr Dolphin, froim Anti-
stone of our judiciary, which had been planted After some remarks by Mossrs. Radcliff and u"ittee to ai range the parts of the constitution, were plunged." A gentleman attached to the Staff of Gen. Brown costi,20 passengers, being the remainder o" the peo.
y the randsof or fathers, aud which was the Young, Mr. R. offered the following amendment, which iave been acted on, or may hereafter be But rather thatl trust to the fortune of arms, the has this muorneg shews us a letter from which we pie reekeded i the Da ri'.it sup ort f thestru ture hich as rared L i '"-"""*"\; hvt>e, t ,n \Vhrra vauuiit:r-ugand u ; ,.. ] -.-
upon itspbrsis. We had been urged to commit which was ordered to li on the table till after the cte oon.u w r n (e. m Greeks prefierred to wait, when they knew that the are happy to learn that the shock which the General n,,tuth, Barrett, Plymoouth, bals.- s.,waes
o.;,n i,,,basis.te ~hihad bee ybre entcou- ^^^^ ^ S^ntto g it*a '~r rc-fd ^ ^ ^ v;-* ^ 'S ^ *
t.,l.red Ih e p roudste m p ia in ad jur tly been. p lOr ait such other court i or a ou ts ote i t y or f discussio rejected, d the follBw ig resolution m lgreat op0 ea n p 'er s o f as G se l b h s o re eiv ed I n th re s li e a sn is h nt os ap e Mg "o ^ " shid ed .. .the, .. proudestst pillar. . in our political fabric> law autt equhi... .. cuambhnd, as tbe legisla ture may fee y M .V u l; ro d pe sas bt- terp tc ,tep iepe f te G se. T e Irh o e.... .. t he a s ot~ so ih e tn h nllhls ip se~ r.-~blbea t e ,.i)re ok[.p rrg um attg


i-d ] laIndho,) ua sub, eer of admiration tal io t etti, olinaetbht;i tes-tte: ti moU-htt, inLitte psicsiraly f:,attheseo p riociple~ccom!:!phy'siciatnshe Ihad so far recovered as to be able to Po:t'l,'Omtil, '.11ast br..j:q {tu,,',t.!.
1)..Tts tof Ulhecuool~y, He spoke of the proposi- prneme CUurt Of'judicatulre ,; illCit~',Cu oMrS Of Sit- Raesuh'eed, That a enmwilttoeof sevet! il; enbvr::so n rot ~zc!I!--, 0rmcan p ,z~is~ bt h,,Fe :.~ am !it-n;iu tlf b a ih'.le :! ssi anc- Dvuverl)o, dt trp~ ~!.


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-=.....-,,. ..."..........* --...- s,;3crvation they were able to bestow rewards on
SATIURDAY, OCTOBER 27. those who deserved them: and the necessity of sup-
porting their own power, by the efficacy of the
TURLKISH EMPIRE, :,i ,; i-, a'ti-.: hr,e,i .-.f their officers was a sure
Tile r .. I r.r. :.. .il r.r.,. rapid declineof pr 1 i ..,i actiontion But when the tide
-he Turk.ts5 puweS r arc among the most interesting of Turkish conquest was stopped, and the heirs of
phenoeirrena, in the history of rhtodein Europe. Un- royalty, instead of being educated in tihe council or
der piy eircumstaiies, we could not behold with in- intihe field, were brought up in the slothful luxury
differeciie, a p-rnple which seemed to spring at once, of the Seraglio, their inclinations were vilified by
fr-mo nothing, to the somilit of empire-wlioc pow- their habits, and their government grew as vicious,
erswvasex'ten'id over theclassic regions of :.I .,:f1, as corrupt, and as worthless as themselves In-
in all.: -; .. f| .f.i.. ..i orrl i.. I r'"-. fluenced by private, and often base affections, they
isnm, .,, I n ,.., .H.r,, I .,.. 1J h ..- :, .I. L..r '.' committed the administration to favorites without
-' I...:.,. .., 1 .. Ir ri ..I,r i, I merit or experience, and the incapacity of the head,
its customs, liha stood an isolated monument of the pervaded and paralised the whole system of the
energy of iupersthtioos enthusiasm. The Turksure state.
descended from a Tartar horde,who emigrated from The extension of its boundaries also hastened the
the countries bordering on the Caspian sea, about decline of the empire, by increasing the number of
the year 8.')0, and who, for several centuries after., its enemies, not of its subjects. Submission to the
interfered, wi4,1 decisive effect, in the contests and power of the Turks averted indeed the stroke of
rewlutions of the Saracen Asiatic States. Oth- death, but nothing short of eminiacing the religion of
man, thechifof tie OgSuzian Tartars, is reckoned their Prophet could exonerate the vanquished front
the real.founder, of the Turkish empire. He suc- extortion and slavery. The eerquered people, if
Ceetded hi-lather in 1289, and his dominions were they obstinately refu-ed the offer of conversion, he-
then confined to the lordship of Siguta, in Bithynia, came. together with theirpossessions, their industry,
and a small tract of adjoinifig territory. But the and their children, virtually the property of their
good conduct of Oflnian, and the bravery antd zeal masters. Their substance, says the law, is assur
of- is followers, enabled him greatly to extend the substance, their eye is our eye, their life asourlife.
narrow limits of his paternal inheritance, and to In such a -ate of subjection, their claim to justice
i..., ', tihe whole ofBilynia and of Cappadocia and security was little better than an empty sound ,
to hisi6 son and successor. From this period the tide and their lives and' ibrturnes were made subservient
'if Turkish conquest began to roll forward with a to tie necessities of the State, and tile interests of
torce that could.not be checked by the feeble resist- te su perior and privileged class, who strove by eve-
ance of thf Greeks. In 1338, the Ottoman troops ry meaus, however injurious and insulting to their
first obtained a fooAing in. ... r ;and in ile i tc ..., ..,. .tosupreissi, instead of exciting their encr-
than a century after, (14.53,) Mahomet 11. sword in gies, to debilitate their minds to the level of slavery,
Land, entered Constantinople, the capital of the anti to ensure their submission to the formsof gov-
Greek empire. Selim, the grandson of Mahomet, ernment established by themselves." t*Mr. Thorn-
added Syria and Egypt to tihe dominiornsf his an- ton's Present State of Turkey, vol.'1. p. 60.)
cestors; and Solymian the magnificent, the cnteml- ."I All the officersof Government," says the same
rarydf tie Emperor Charles V., and the most ac- accurate and well-informed writer," owe their ap-
i,ompliohed of all the Otomnan Princes. conquered pointmuent to the sole favour of tile Sultan. without
tinh greater part .[i .F,, v, and in the East extend respect to birth, talents, services, or experience.-
e l his swayto the Etphrites. At this period tilhe They are deposed or pun ished without the liberty of
Turkish.was unquestionably the most powerful em- complaint or remonstrance ; and at their death tilhe
pire in the wordh. But eves ihen it hlad not reached Sultan inherits their property. Governments of eve-
irs greatest height. Solymaun was succeededed byo.- ry description are sold at the Porte ; they are held
rter able princes ; and tie Ottoman arms continued for tlihe term of one year only, and at the ensuing
to retain their ascendancy over those of Christendom bairam tihe leases must be renewed or transferred to
nmnil the famous John Sobieski, King of Poland, a less parsimonious competitor. In the public re-
forced them, in 1683, to raise the siege of Vienna.-- gisters, the precise value of every important post un-
This marked the era of their decline. For awhile der government is recorded; and the regular remit-
thley contiined to oppose the Austrians and Ilunga- tance of taxes and tribute is the only acknowledg-
rians with doubiifi fortune, and with various sue- od criterion of upright administration. If the stipu-
ess ; biut the victories of Prince Eugene give a de- lated revenue duly enters into the coffers ot Govern-
i '.,.. i;.., I ithe Christians. .... .. i.I I.. i ment, no inquiry is made whether it has been col-
they never recovered ; their empire continued ever elected by harsh or ly lenient measures.
since- to fall, like a star which shoots downwards, When thie inhabitants of at ity or a province are
Ihbrglh the expanse of the heavens; until at last dissatisfied with tihe Paclia, they present their com.
their-power seems totterhig on thie very verge of an- plinients in a petition at the Porte; but unless they
nihlation. .accompany it with a larger sumn than tlre Pacha finds
Thie Turks, like their Tartar ancestors, are natu- it convenient to give for his reappointment, theysel-
rally a brave, patient, and hardy race. They were dom succeed in their application for his removal.-
early.enured to habits of pillage andri of blood ; aid Contestations of this public nature, as well as those
after embracing tie Mahometan faith, they found in between private individuals, are determined, not by
the law of tie prophet, not a license only,buta nCom- the evidence of facts or the, force of argument, but
rnand to desolate the world, and to propagate their by the specific quantity of goldwhich cither party can
religion and their empire by violence. The peculi- producein support of his case."
artenets and leading doctrines Ke l',-Sai, harmo- When aPacha thinks he can establish hisinde,
Irised inaiparticularmamerwith theferocious, igno- pndderce by his wealth or his troops, herebels ;-
rant. and superstitiousminds of the Turks, who ear- that is,lie sends no remittances to the Porte; and if
ly became thie most zealous apostles of a religion, of the Sultan cannot subdue, him by force, a sort of
S, h-- a- t.,li i1 1:,. unconquerable energy are contest in cunning arises between them-the Sultan
the vital principles. Their fanaticism knew no trying to assassinate, the Pacha to minurder the assas-
bounds They literally believed that the sword was sin. It is not uncommon for the Sultan to send an
1I.. .| ... ,:i i.- ..-,, ,,,.I of hell: and that to fall fight- executioner with orders, if lie should not be able to
ing in defemiceof the truaefaith way the mostglorious effcctthe destruction of the Pacha, to load hiin with
of deaths, and was accompanied with tile largest additional honors! By this means suspicion is not
portion of eternal felicity. Firm atnd unshaken be- unfrequently lulled asleep ; and the Pacha is render-
lievers in the doctrine of predestination-assured ed an easier prey to that undistinguishable thirst for
that no caution could avert, and that no dangers revenge, which can never be satisfied except by the
could possibly accelerate their inevitable destiny- blood of those who have presumed to contemn theit
they met their enemies without fear or apprehension. authority of the vicegerent of the Prophet."
To the desperate energies which would be exerted Such is a brief'abstract of what appears to us t
byprincipleslike these, wielded toe, by a succession have been the principal causes of the increase and
c SSultans distinguished for various and consum- decline, and of the present enfeebled state, of the
il- .;i; ,the Greeks had nothing to oppose but Turkish power. It is a labricwhich may be easily
dispirited troops, and generals equally destitute of subverted, lut which, fortunately for Europe, car
skill and of capacity. The total defeat of Bajazet. neveragain, recover its former strength. It has f r

the greatgrandson of Othan, by Timour, in 402, the last fifty years existed only in consequence o.
presented an opportunity which, had it been rightly the mutual jealousies and struggles of Russia and
ijnproved. might have enabled tie Greeks to expel Austria; but what will be the consequence of the
the Turks from Europe. But they were themselves present conjunction, cannot be foretold at present.-
totally incapable of profiting by this or any other r ey f ou tine n o i trey i
1 1 ohe We, If they follow out the principles on which they have
even; anr tire schism of the West, and the factions acted in the case of Naples, they must support thie
anid wars of France, England and Germany, depri- throne of the Sulta, and reader the banner of til
ved them of all foreign assistance, and enabled the crossanauxiliary of thecrescent. Suchan associa.
Turks to repair their shattered fortunes, and again to tion, however, it may be reasonably predicted, wil
become.the terror and the scourge of Christendom.ever take lace, ant it wouldn't be a verysecd ris.
But the same cause to which the Turks principal-. ln r i ou ot
Sowed their original sues--the intolerant b ing thing, if in the course of ten or fifteen years
l owed their original succes-the intent bigot- Tiurkey should be what Poland is. But so long as
ry and fanaticism of their religion-proved also the the*Turkish government is suffered to exist, the Pa.
principalcause of their decline. It insulated them as will contie opiagandwate hprovces
S- ,ebhas will continue to pillage and waste the provinces
from tiherestof Europe. and taught them to look and the Sultan will, in his turn, strangle and them
down with contempt and aversion on tire arts, the i
sciences, andti the attainments of the infidel world.-- luer the Pacas ..
There is," to use their own words, "but one law, ANOTHER MAIL ROBBERY !
and that law forbids all communication with infi- The Great Southern Mail was again robbed or
deals Thursday night last near tie usual place, by a pas
Other causes have also contributed to the decline senger in the mail waggon. We have consequently
of the power of the Turks. The fiery and imnpetu- to-day no mail south of Philadelphia. A reward o
ons zeal of the original conquerors has long ago sub- $200 is offered by Chester Bailey, Agent of tin
sided,; the invention of grin-powder, and other im. General Post Office, for the apprehension of tin
provemeots in the system of-modernwarfare, have robber.
opposed an invincible obstacle to the success of mul-
!,i.. ..i.. i,.', ln .hi]1i.il ....,,, atIra..e without skill. FLORIDA.
That fanatic fervour, that contempt of danger, and We give, this evening, the reply of Dr. Bronaugh
that superiority of numbers and of bodily strength, to the protest of Col. Callava. It will be seen tiha
winch forncrly a,',vi ,,,.Avidd a.5 ,uiaity *i,. -..sc of the statemncnts are in direct contradiction t;
Ottoman arms, could not enable them to contend thoseof the Ex-Governor; and from the character
with the science, the cool deliberate courage, the ar- of the gentlemen who have lent their signatures tS
tillery and tie tactics of the troops of Prince Eugene this document,we cannotfailto giveit implicit credit
andm of Sowarrow. The Turks have degenerated Thie statement of Dr. Bronaugh is followed by an.
both in their civil andti military institutions; but other communication signed by the Spanish officer
their present weakness is to be ascribed more to their resident at Peisacola, which purports to correct cer
not keeping pace with the progress of their neigh- tain mistatements contained in an account of thu
bors, than to their positive decline, affair of Callava as published in the Louisiana Ad
Their ignorance, and confidence in the doctrine of vertiser. This communication appears to have in
predestination prevent them from suspecting time duceidGov. Jackson to issue hiis proclamation oftthi
sourceof their inferiority to be in themselves: v.-. '2t usit which we noticed yesterday, and which wse
effected ourctnquests," said the Mufti to the Baron now give in full. Itcontains all that is material ir
de Tatt, "without any aid from European tactics, thie statement of the Spanish officers.
nor do we now stand in need of them. Our defeats Now, we cannot but think the friends of Genera
are nsit timhe effects of human force;. they are thie Jackson will regret that he ever issued this procla
"chastisements of our crimes; the decree of Hlea- nation. The article of the treatywvhich he has quot.
ven hath reached us, and nothing can avert the el, merely relates to the evacuation of the military
wrath of Oniipotence." posts, and the delivery of them to the Americar


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piece of gold, by the Rev. Lur-r bcia.l ru,. LOO cl
From the Female Missionary Society of
Holden,Mass. by the Rev. Mr. Avery, 00 ta
' A collection at Hlolden, Mass. accomrpani- a
ed with a-box ofclothing, by the Rev. Mr- A- 'A "
very, 18 ,
From the Missionary Society, at Six Mile ci
Run, N. J by their Treasurer, Mr. Andrew l
Brown, l0 Ot i
From the monthly prayer meeting in the as-
sociate Reformed Church in Cedar-street, by ,
Mr. Blake, 15 00
From Job S. Halsted, Esq. T A--.'.,. -f
the Auxiliary Missionary Soce- i'i. E 'i, i 4
L.I. -20 4 d
From the First Presbyterian Society ofr' A -a
dams, J-i...:., "*. N. Y enclosed by the b
Rev. Gi ot ,1-., 1800 m
From the Rev. Mr. Baldwin. collected on t
his tour in winter and spring last, 148 "2
From do. do. on his tour in Mlay and June
last. 196 02 fe
From do. do. to constitute himself t mein- c
ber for life, 00 30 00
From Orrin- Day,.Esq. Cattskill, toconsti- s
tute him a member for life, 30 00 c
From the Unitie Presbyterian concert of
prayer, in Baltimare, by the Rev. Mr. Ne- t
vins, 80
From a person n Winchester, Va. by the
Rev. Dr. Hill, 5 00
From the Rev. W. C. Brownlie,for the A ux-
iliary Missionary Society of Basking Ridge, d
N.J. .. 1350
From do do, a donations from Miss Dinah
Morris, of do. 2 00
From do do, a donation from Mrs. Bockha-
vetil, of do. 0 50
From Theophilis Parvin, from \he Mis-
sionary box in tie ratuory nof i,. T'l..:.i.,;.li
Seminary at Princen'.o andtl h .. ,i: .
getables, raised and so!d iby the tundenrs, 0 00 ,
From the ladies ofBloonfield, N. J. to chn-
stitute their Pastor, the Rev Gideon N. Judd, c
a member for life, 11. 00
From the Newtown (L. I.) Female Auxilia-
ry Missionary Society, by Miss Eliza Leve-
rich. Secretary, by Mr. Lewis, 23 34
From Mr. Prosper Hosmner, of Hudson, for
the Osage Mission, by the Rev. Dr. Spring, 10 00
From the United Missionary Society of
r.,,i|.i,,. I., Edward Crouch, Esquire. their
1 ........ ., L*. Robert Ralston, Esq. of iPhi-
ladetlphia, 20 00
From the Rev. Dr Milledtller, being the
amount of a collection fronmu the congrega-
tion of Flemington and Ainwell, forwarded
by the Rev. Samuel B. Howe, 10 00
From the Rev. Dr Samuel Miller, to con.
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The unlimited despotism of the Sultans may be troops. There is nothing in it wh;ch interdicts the
assigned as another cause of the decline of their o!li:e's from remaining as lndividtals ; nor which
T-irkish empire. The Sultan is at the head of both prohibits' nen from enjoying liberty of speech and
church and state. lie is regarded as time imtupediate of the press. They had just the same right to
.vcgegeiremt of Goid,or rather of the Prophiet, and the publish their sentiments in Florida, as Col. Callava
mnost unresisting and passive obedience to Ihis com- Iad to publish his protest at Philadelphia; and we
niaud is inc ricated as a primary religious dn y. have yet to learn, that the Governor of Florida has
ocr a tl ne, during thre rise of the Turkish power, any more legal autho-ity over the press, than' the
tiis extraordinary exaltation of the w..... ..,. was Goeernor ofany of tie States.
atten.dd with no evil consequences. The Suitans Contributions to the United Foreign Jhlisionarm So
were generals in war and legislators in peace; they ciety, during the months of August and -Sepinn-
praci-sed.frin necessity,otb tihe military and peace- beu, 1821.
From B. hI Rt e.... -, 1--', Va. collect.
hint virtues in order to mispire confidence and attach- ed at their munhly prayer nmeetig, by Di-
ment in their saolIdi-ry an. subjjects-fromn personal vie Bethune, Esq.. i10 00.


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(Signed) WM. WILSON, Treasurer.

The beautiful Hat manufactured by the Mis-
ses Hedges, and purchased at the Fair by Gen.s
Bogardus, at the request of several .. ..:.-n.. ..,
has been presented to Mrs. Clintot, the consort
of theChief Magistrate of this State.

The State Bank and Mechanics' and Farmers'
Bank, in Albany, have taken the Four Hun-
dred Thtmusand Dollar Canml Loan, u To" .-
they receive a five per cent stock at the i .' i .


..103 55-10 0in cash, for every $100 in stock.-
Albany Daity Adv.

From the Boston Daily Advertiser of Thursday.
A letter received in thiis i. I ...... "-. tda-
ted July 5, contains a narrative of events at
that place corresponding in thie main facts iith
tle accounts which wl have received by way of
England. Tie following is au extract friomn tIhe
letter :
"The Turkish fleet returned to the Dardanel-
les, and after having destroyed a place called Iva-
li, and massacred about 700 Oreeks. The wo-
men they brought in here, and sold thenmin pub-
lic market place, as slaves, at 20 dollars a piece.
They, however, lost a 74 gun slhip, ivwhich was set
fire to by the Greeks. It is said they are coming
out again, fifty sail strong, including gun bouts,
but we do not place much confidence in the re-
port."
Capt. Edes,in quarantine from Palermo, which
he left' Sept. 8ti, reports, that letters were re-
ceived there firon Malta, of the l7th of Augu.jt,
stating, that an engagement had taken place be-
tween the Greek and Turkish fleets, near the Isl-
and of Samos, and that the Greeks had burnt two
74 gun ships and six other vessels, and taken four
frigates. -
PORTLAND, Oct. 23.
The Weather on Thinsday and Friday last,
was cold and unpleasant, with tie wind N. E.-
On Friday a considerable quantity of snow fell-
but the ground being very wet, it soon disappear-
ed. At Hallowell, it commenced snowing at se-
ven o'clock, and at one o'clock 7 inches had fal-
len.
Wood sold in this town, the past week, at the
rate office dollars cord.
John Carrol and Michael Bulger, two seamenl
belonging to the English schr. Maria, (lately rumi
away with by the master and crew from the coasi
of Labrador) were brought before tile Hon. Albi-
on K. Parris, U. S. Dist. Judge for examination
on the If'thi ust. and were afterwards committee
to prison in this town for further examinat,,r,, u,
the 25th current. We understand "I'v s e ,- .
rested on tile Island of Mount Desert, .II Hi. iL I;,-
schr was ill custody of the collector of Freinchk

man's Bay.

NEW-ORLEANS, Sept. 24.
The Gale.-The late gale was very severe at
Petite Cnquelle, from 7 to 11 P. M. The water
rose from 6 to 8 feet on the whole island, and a
tremendous surf broke over the fort, which swept
away nearly half the bank on which it is situated,
totally demolishing one half the parapet, and the
whole of the officers quarters ; .and had the vio-.
lence of the storm continued two or three hours
longer the remaining buildings would have been
carried away as their foundations were beginning'-
to undermine, and tile whole garrison, probably
perished.
At the new fort, erecting about 3-4 of a mile-
from the present one, all the buildings erected by
the contractor for his workmen, stores, &c. were
entirely swept away, and four men drowned.-
The remainder, about 60 in number, saved them-
selves in his dowelling house, which fortunately
stood, although they were in momentary expec-
tatiou of its falling.

Rot in the Cotton.-Accounts from every ;. i
of the State, but particularly the interior, con-
firm the statement that nut more than half crop
will be made this season.
The Enterprize, captain Kearney, and Por-
poise,captain Ramage, sailed from i'ensacola in
quest of Pirates ; the former on the 19th, and the
latter on the 20th Sept.

PENTSAcoLA, Sept. 22.
Gale.-About 10 o'clock on Saturday rnght,
15th instant, it commenced blowing quite fresh,
and continued with increased and increasing vi-
olence, until, in a fev hours it raged a most de-
structive storm. The gale continued with mna-
bated (ury until about three o'clock on ML.onday
morning, when it moderated to something more
than our usual breeze. We have heard of no
lives.lost, and little or no damage was done to
the house here or in the neighborhood-but the
shipping suffered very severely. There were
twelve or thi teen brigs, schooners, and sloops
lying at anchor in thle bay, opposite theitOAui-of
which six, by parting their cables or_.-dragging
their anchors, were driven astrore. Iu is thi-ug htu
five of these will be restored to their eleinent,
without material injury, though at heavy expense.
But it is believed that tile sixth is irrecoverably
lost-she is tile brig Maryland, Bissel, last from
the Havana. We ftar that very great mischief
has been done on the Gulf anid the Lakes. We
know of several vessels out from New-Orieans
for this place, that have not, as yet been heard.
of, a ind from the .lapse of time, it is next to
miraculous if a part or all of theinm are not lost.
It is thought by somie that the damage done in
our bay, will materially ,i.I..L tile 'fder istie mt


ur fartor---but vre cannot consenti to any such Brackenridge recognized in his bed room. From 'aware, tfiat lie Tad long Before forfeited all claim
inclusion : for, from the ease and safety with I the relation in which Mr. Irinararity stands in even to this courtesy. His conduct in relation tt-
hich the other vessels rode out the gale, we cer- this business, together with the interest taken the points referred to the respective governments,
mainly may assert that all the vessels driven on on the side of Col. Callava, and at the same time had rendered it necessary for the governor tGc
,.. oea..i, ..i,-...i tr.,. misfortune from the in- exercising the functions of one of the Cabildo of thus address him-'vwhen these things shall be-
c.,:.ic.;- .1 i.:.r .ointment in cables, an- this city, we deem it an indispensable duty to made known to iny government and to yours, S
bhors, &c. and this is the general character of our recommend that your excellency will fill his place must ask whatconfidlence can be placed in your
ake ciaft, oi which description all were, except in the Council with a character who will nrani- excellencyy, what in your secretary, for requese-
Ie M.i-'rnd. fest a proper respect for"tihe dignity of the laws ing time on account of your health,giving a pledge
F, :.- ie rave been assailed by another ele- and you lheir executive. 'lre have te honor to that he receipt should be given in a manner sa-
rent in its most dreadful shape. On Monday be-, &c. OBERT BUTLER, tisfactory to mire, and afterwards, regardless of
morning ith inst. about nine o'clock, the large Col. U. S. Army. that pledge and of your ,: .,re-i a i t.....-,,, ,,.i-
jt.l. .rrack in the centre of our Plaza, was J. C. RRONAUGH. lively refusing to give it Hie t i. iiis n ,.-
jiscovered to be on fire-the fire was accidental, To His Excellency, forinedr, that hims wBiful breach of the agreement
nd took lim the roof, where it could not have ANDREW JACKSON, entered ini..t. -ui, ,-.- null and void the receipt-
3eeu communicated by design. Every etffotwas L Governor of the Floirdias given I-.. i: .....-i.- .i-.. the one being the consi-
nade, but availed nothing more than to save the A true copy from the original on file in my of- deration on which the other is founded.' The
-ig-....,;,.- i.....-.:. Fortunately for us the wind fice. GEO. WALTON, circumstances were reported to the government
Shlli .-. .-...iderable force, blew souasto de- Secretary of IV. Florida. of the United States, and Col. Callava informed,
fend the nearest houses, and drove tlie heat and Memorandum of the Documents which have that no further correspondence would be held
cinder m the direction where the buildings" were this day been demanded of Col. Jose Callava, a- with him. And if, after this, he thought proper,
most remote from the burning barrack ; thus greeably to tihe order of his Excellency, Maj. to reitrain here, he certainly had no right to con-
seeming disposed to attone on land for the mis- General Andrew Jackson, Governorof the Flori-- sider that he would be viewed in a different light
chief done in water the day before. das, and which on the demand of Col,Robert But- from any other individual. I repeat, that, there
The fire extended im no direction, and the ler, and J. C. Bmonaugh, accompanied by H. M. is no truth in his assertion that his stay, that of
town escaped without loss, for the burning of the Brackenridge, Col. Callava promised to deliver his secretary, and officers, depended upon the de-
barrack cannot be deemed a loss, it having been to Col. Butler, if they should be found in the boxes termination of tne points referred to our respective
an inuinebe pile of combustible material not fit delivered to him by Domingo Sousa. governmentss' As a private individual only could
for use, without the expenditure of 20 or 30,000 1. Thie papers relating to the estate of Jose Ma- he be known, and viewing him as such it would-
dollars iii repairs; hi fine it is esteemed by all, a ria Vidal.' have been censurable in sth Gov. to hlremade a-
happy riddance. Oi this occasion many of the 2, Pi oceedings in the case of Carlos de Ville, ny distinction between him and Domingo Sousa,or
citizens deserve great credit for their exertions.- and Eugene Sierra. FullaratSthe steward. Had the case been revers-
But the town cannot repay the debt of gratitude 3. Proceedings in the case of Manuel Bonfay, ed, and the papers demanded at time instance oPf
they iowe to the army and navy. Col. Brook and and Carlos de Ville. col.Callava, fromnsome obscure individual, justice
the officers and men of the 4th Infantry, captains 4. Documents in the case of Peter Guilkes and would have pursued its course, and iot a whis-
Kearney and Rainage, aind their respective offi- Tomas Villaseca. per of complaint w-ould have been heard. The
cerrand men, from the Enterprize and Porpoise- Tihe whole of the above papers having relation whole burden oflhis complaint appears to he the
all were zealous and indefatigably active in their to thie rights of)'roperty in West Florida, in which disrepectshbewn to one of his elevated rank ; hei
exertions. The officers setting tihe example and private individuals are interested. does not even pretend to assert any right to with-.
encouraging their men by working with them. H. M. BRACKENIRIDGE, Alcalde, Pensacola, hold thie papers, provided, they were asked with
Aug. 22nd, tie21. the suaritcr int mido, whai.. i.s Ih.....i-t himself
Fron the Floridian of Sept. 22. A true copy, froni the original on file in my of- entitled to ; but this is a ..'.. .. ,,, ...- Ii.. which
Before Mr. Mitchell pronounced the opinion of fiee. tie people of the United States ,i. '., Illi I, .,-
the court on the question of jurisdiction, Gover- GEO. WALTON,'Sec. W. Florida. aspect. 1 The great and poemill. .n ,. ,.1I .113
nor Jackson made several remarks worthy of him- -Col. B. is at his farm in Tennessee. protect themselves, it is the humble, and the poor
self and which deserve to be recorded ; but the I will proceed to call the pubhh c attention to who require the defence and shelter of tie law."
h.11-..- i. ..: so perfectly characteristic, that we those passages in Col. Callava's statement, which That" col. Callaviya should state that he was
should be inexcusable in withholding it from our refer to occurrences where I was personally con- unacquainted with the nature andmdescription
readers. He said, I arm clothed with powers earned. [The part commented upon is to be fond of tie papers, the delivery of which was thus de-
that no one under a republic ought to possess, in secondpaururatph, 2I3diine, commencing rwith tmanded, displays a disregard of decency and
and which I trust will never again be given to a- the words, '" but before the dinner," &c. and end- truth entirely of a piece with the rest of Ins pub-
ny man-nothing will .11 ,re more happiness ing he jaid some allcnlion to my representa- heation. He had the fullest information of the
than to learn that Congress in its wisdom shall tion."1 specific papers from Sousa the day before, and
have distributed them properly and in such man- The reader mny judge, what reliance is to be on the, twenty-second, in the presence of capt.
ner as is consonant, to our earliest and dearest placed upon this pompous manifesto, when he is Dade, the particular papers, required, were a-
-.). .:..)..' Yet as I hold these powers by thie iforined that no conversation whatever took gain made known to him.
authority of an act of Congress, and commissions place between Col. Butler and himself, with Col. I now proceed to' another part of col. Callava's
from the President of the United States, it there- Caliva, at the house of Col.Broke, on that day, narration, which, I will show, deservesno morecred-
fore becomes mry imperious duly to discharge thie t a enite-------- -ii, .treg
scri trust r e msnd io g tccordi ho my bes or at any other time Col. Butler and myself it n- nis entited -.. ]- IIre'-
abilities even though tih proper exercise of the in the execution, of our commission, accornpni- co nimcintdon, is to be foutd immediate y ensuing the
cities ve though t e y the alcn le abu fi ve o i 'clock in thie even- 011 abcoe .q.- .. ',--i. .. i fe.. ipt e e si- fei -
powsers given, might involve mie i ievy person- iug, proceeded to thie house of Col. Callava, which i ing miyseJ's ,.. I -- .' i ,n ,, ,
al responsibilities. It has been inm; fortune to be is situated a .short distance from that of Col. paragr ah.)
lius circumstances on other occasions in miny va- Brooke. O enquiring at his gate, we were in- With his excuse for leaving col. Brookes' I hive .
rious I a.ip ,..li: -.. a public seivnnt, yet I ne- former,, that he was dining with the gentleman nothing toofler, further tun to say, that he appear-
I:- h .-.- and never will shrink fiiom thie discharge just mentioned. Front unwtillinigness to execute ed iln ordinary iealh, as lie walked within great ra-
.-f ,.-% public duties from any apprehension of our cmmi,,sion -at that partic ulr moment, we Iidity, and 1 am net infonrned that hle : ... i,.- ,dJ
.- i u. com ,waii tt sirtt 1 r ai tnto xa hn to his house or bed before or since,s ,e' mi n.--
Scontinued to walk tie street for about half an comt iaew day afterwards, 0o ride post haste to
From the Floridian. urn ; supposi g that sy tlns tnn m e th coph y Washineton. is conclusive that th stnteof his ihealthi
n -mBr Fnridi opr. v night have separaItedl, and feeling some dis- was not such ats ihe represents. lhe letter which hine
DR. BRONAUGlH'S STATEMENT. satisfaction with ourselves, for having suf- speaks of having written to the governor, must have
I have seen a publication in the New-Orleans fored any circumstance to interfere with tile dis- been penned somine time after our departure, which
papers, signed CAI.LAVA," purporting to be a charge of the iiportlart duties assigned us, more show, at least, inaccuracy in lh;s relaoon of facts.-
statement of facts in relation to tl.e occurrences .ie .. ,,'t) as the Governnor sas sitting it his Ttere mis atre than mere inaccuracy i hIis satingi
here, (in tIhe 22d of August, which hie attests to judicial capacity and expecting our report- tlat "1att 7 o'clock, P. VM. thIe samnie commissioners
called ati m v ll ou:. I -........-..... .... to1 de-
ie true in every respect, under the oath which he vwe returned to there house of col. Callava, and liver up thie pap- i -. -, .- tl-
takes upon his honor, as solemnly as the law re- were infurmied that lie had not yet come home.-- low tieam tothie .. ...ii. ,i. It that
quires, consenting to answer with his head, for It was then concluded to request tIhe alcalde togo hour, thatthealclde called upon him and delivered
the truth of said statement.' This publication to col. Brooke's and infurni col. Callava that we the memorandum of the documents accompanying
I feel myself, from a sense of truth and justice, wished to see him at his house on business of im- our report, with positive information that we should
constrained to pronounce a tissue of falsehoods portance. This he accordingly did, while W call inl two hours, to receive them agreeably to his
and distortion offacts front theicommencement to walked towards the gate, which is about thri y promise. His excuse thai ttis memorandu nof"the
the ncud. But for the palpable untruth of that yards from lihe house, and remained there until cumas it cntsIa nt transled ies ofidle anis, ridiculouse
part of Col.Callava's statement which relates to the alcalde returned, which was not minor' thm'n I,,,, :i' .. ,. ierested n ihe Iaperse
my personal agency in the affair, I should not 10minutes, and reported that col. Callava-, ,- -,.r ,,,. '..ihld not have required more than twoar tnee
have appeared before the public, and now do so disposed to comply with our request, that head minutes to translate. We returned about nine o'-
with extreme rehictance, spoken on thie subject of the papers of his own ac- clock, and from every appearance, rwere perfectly
[Doctor B. here gives tie commission under which cord, talked of the law of nations, amid declared satisfied thatcolCallava an i ,; .. ,. -m h;... .l .
I ncted. It ste that tie papers loa in he was not amenable as a private itniividual. No enclosureswere torn do,. -,. ,.. ,
tI acted It sttes that the papers had .... .. -After a short consultation, we advanced towards giurd was stationed at a distance from ihehouse,in
,-en demanded as the property of private individou- the house, aud about lif way met col. Callaas the street, intil admittance had been three times re-
als from Sousa, and had been carried, after this de- and several Spanish officers in full uniform, with lued A hustle ad I,. ,. .,.., a rating
mand, by Sousa and a negro man to the house of the their side arms, sown-i Spanish gentlemen, all of 'lThe guard was then ordered up. hen we got
Governor, Callava. It then empowers Col. Butler, whom aippearid to be retiring from the dinner round to the other sideof the house, .11l 'was quiet,
Doct. Bronaugh, and H. M. Brackcuridge, thie party. We followed col. Callava almost innne- and t. erewasno light except a candle burning in
Alcalde, to demand of the Governor the papers, of diately to Iris own house, where we found him in one of the rooms. We then ascended a high flight.
which a list is given below. Iln case of refusal the the porch surrounded by those gentlemen. of steps to the porch, while tie guard remained at
s-nnlemitI itc bl [Col. Butler was introduced, and the object ourdeed anis below. After remaining some tmne,
commissioners are directed to bring Callava and his of t'ie lcomIssion i s illy ex plained to l .ant mckning retuent fruCitless eiquiries for Col Cal-
o olava, ivwhm ne at first srpto sedri -Ifledw e srenter-
Steward before Governor Jackson at his office.] ., Alcaide in tepresenie lis ed th ball. Upon entering tie room wi erethe
The following is the official report of the corn- interptrter, secretary and Mr. Ininerarity, all f candht was burning, we iund Colonel' ,alluva,
missioners: whomin were well acquainted with the Spanish but not as lie states, sittingupon his bed."'-
PENSAcOLA, Aug. 22. and English languages, and who occasionally as- Hie rose iuntantly, aund advanced to tile mitndle
SIl-Pursuant to your official order bearing sisted in thle interpretation. Demand ais then of the room; witl an expression oj.greit aston-
this date, we proceeded to the house of Col. C.al- mnide of the documentss] islinneit, which was evidently assumed.---- In
lava, who was absent ; but on again returning to 'hne utmost teiperance and delicacy was oh- fact a variety of circumstances had evidently
ribeen studied au r prepared ol the ijecasi I -inr time
his house shortly after, we found hint accompa- served on our part towards Col Cllana, but oln sake ofdranmati effect. Tirhe an ms tins rer ttlie
nied by a number of Spanish officers, clotled his part great veimnet aceof gesture, and appa- to proclre tie papers are detailed in our report. I
with their side arms, and Mr. John Innertrity on rently (aund as we have since understood) more assert that it is utterly false, that it was ever said to
their porch, The demand was formally made of violence of I.l---.-.., i. tr wias interpreted to Col. Callava by us, that unless he glave up tihe ipa-
the documents enumerated in your ordir, andt us. The conversation occupied at least an hour, pers mentioned in the list,, lie shouhldbe forcibly ta-
I i..i p.:.,rl i .-ised ; when he was informed that every circumstance in relation to the documents, ken to prison. It was distinctly stated to hint,
r,- hl. it .,,I.1 be consideredas setting at de- wasrepeatedly stated to him. The first part of that if he would, open the boxes, which were then in
i n.,; el,. i ,....ity exercised by you as govein- our commissions, containing a list of the docu- lIici aIdl hadl recently Oeenl orvred with seals we
or of tke Floridas in the execution of the laws ; menis, &c. was read and explained by the Al- asbcibly le tahe poapr lls, and h aigh t scousir tiem
and they were again demanded, and the conse- calde. given fin them.
quences of refusal on ihis part enumerated ; but The commissioners again made a formal de- It was impossible that under the circinnstainces,
in which refusal he still persisted-and we were mand. Col. Callava then said, that Sousa was greater delicacy and bforbearance could have been
about taking our leave to prepare for the final his servant-expressed his approbation of his observed, to yards Ihim. More than an hour had
execution of your order, when Col. Callava de- conduct-that he was acting under his orders, elapsed before the offic-r of tire guard, (every effort
sired that if we would furnish him with a copy of and lie himself was responsible. He insisted to obital thie papers front toii, having been extaust-
the memorandum setting forth the documents re- much upon certain rights, wnich he contended hlie ed was Icalled upon to iu Ins nduty.
quired, he would deliver them to us, to which we had as contnissioner-at one time he said, e t tile refutation of those parts of ( Col. Callava's
assented. The Alcalie H. M. Brackenirdge, ac- held the papers as late governor, that he couli statenmet in Which 1 rm personalI concere-d, I
cordingly waited on him with a copy of tire me- not hold them as an individual; as if the merit e pledge myself onu some future occasiumi I... t .
mnorandum herewith accompanied, and informed possession of public documents conferred upon tilhe remainder of thi; -...r i...' ,.. 1, -I i. ..,. ..
him that he would call in two hours for the re- him diplomatic privileges. He said if they were equally at variance -i. ;i..;i t.. I candor And
ception of the documents as promised. We pro- diemainled of him in writing by governor Jack- when a full exposition of the whole affair shatlb ie
ceeded at the appointed time and found the gate son, either as a co mmissioner or late governor, he llan,u founded upon evi sence ih>w most unqprIrsLioto-
arid front part of the house closed, the former we would reply. a)lea at api theline ie see- wiI "'Ii j;t pr oprny Col,
opened by removing a bar, and on reaching the Finding every effort to induce a surrender of public, ad whether a.s. t1 nbeen guilty of a
latter, a considerable stir seemed to be making ill the papers, in vain, we requested the alcalde to lamentable rashness in staking his head upim the
the house ; swe knocked several simes without re- read the latter part of our commission, requiring truth of his statement. 1: is true ie exposes biis-elf
ceiving aiy answer, when admittance was de- us, in case of his refusal to surrender tlhe pa- to no real -' -..i ,. king such a pledge ittweVtf
handed in tile name of tie Governor in three in- ppers, to bring him before the governor, Our re- soandinlr a -* I ..,; but true rtignity anti cai,
stances, still without reply. The guard was then port wil shew the manner in which we tiren ipo- scions honor call Ior no ich c ,,. ;asseva-.
ordered to advance and .form in frontt of thi ceded. rattlisi J. ..,. (Ill.
house, and part detached to the r.:.r, when it was Will it not be naturally asked, what confident De 'e fel- om ., n ., ,, t ts rcin
....... l, at the back door .'. ipen, and se- can be g.riie to ccl. CAlhav s account of ani y the cirtcumiStacn terei- ih el,,i le dl by himl, aswel i' -
I '.1.. l officers with Mr. Inunererity, ho is coue 'e'satiunfm or occrtric:-nce, when we find hini join l-re]iort ,'ti Co-i Bfit-cr. are sdhritlv truii and
one of your cabildo, were on the porch. W en- giiiiy of so gross a mistatement as that before cr'rcict,!havin. sad a periunai a.rtuannntaane wairn
quired for Col. Callava, to which we were an- dinur was ovucr,, three geitlem!ne called at col. the whole l trranaction.
swe'red, they dlid not know where he was-lights iroiok's louse, and stuited that they were instruct- HI. M fiR-\CKENRID(CE.
were procured and their noms searchietl, when Col. ed to require the immediate delivery of the pa- T bc/tetde o eetica/t.
Callava was fiund,in his bed, divested of his pers, becat-use thi governor had no need to ust e froi CiiEi oe I. ._em t i.s I owe y trietfiat.
coat. Demand was tien made of the documents towards me, any othIer way, nor lo shew me any tot Uo con ersatuon too, place between Co. itiicr
agreeably tobls promise, and to our astonisbhment mnore regard tihat hie wouni with respect to any aunt inr. Br,.tlumh andi Col. Caiiava, at my- ', on
they were stillrefused, and several attempts niimade other in:iividuiil r 'The fiirnIess and candor iof the i 2,1 of .\ii'tiut, and thIat neither C'oh. I.., .. ,'-
on his part to nahow that he was not amenable to this erode of expression, nd ihe word because, D- L, Lntaugi- wire in my house oi that day."
the laws; to vhiiclh he was answered, that the may be readily estimated. Hie proceeds, through -
Governor was in the execution of the laws bound the greater part of the extract, to give a speech, PROCLAMATION,
to demand the papers as they appertained to the which he professes to have recitedl to us on that By ~t :- r-.. -.1 Andrewt Jackson, Governor of
rights and property of individiuals resident in Pen- occasion, on the nature of his righ ts and privile- it- .. tme oi-Mndas, exiercsimg lthe pow.
saraa, asr thueit finormal complaint iad been ade ges as icommissineer..tlie absurdity of 1'iicli un st elnt ol the isCitsin Gel cuerl ail, ofi lithe li e.d-
tnat thiey were improperly withheld, astd that the bh evident to every man of comot n sense. His eaal a 1nd t tl ot tivern nt oh n-idl Prit es ri em-
Gyvernor knew no distinction between Col. Cul- duties as cnmnmissioner had ceased within the de- slecve!y- : "
lava and any other man under his government- livery of the country. It is true, that some mi- H'IERI.EI.;ASe by the seventh artile of thetreaI
we then proposed that Col. Callava would dell- nor points connected with them itad previously y concluded between the U'tited States and
ver the papers and he should have our receipt for referred to the dicisioni of the respective goven- Spain, on thile 22d of February, Il19, anid diuly
them, which was also refused : we then again meis, but thIe stay of col. Cillava in this onui- ratified, it was stipu;l.edi, that the officers atid
demanded them, reiterating our sentiments that try was never known or even coinjecltuired by gpv- troops of his cathorii mnajesty, in thie tereitorites
his refusal would be viewed as an open act of ernorJacksonto have beenfor any pubhbcpurpose, herpbyceded teime Utite- Statis, shall oe with
mutiny to the civil authority exercised in the such a thing was never intimated either verbnl'y dirirnt, and pos-ession of tie plaes occupied by
Floridas, and that he must expect tile consequen- or in writing. It was even n supposed until t ie ter, h-ball be giv. wIii'in ;x innonths aiter tie
ces; he persisted to refuse, and the officer of the very day he delivered the country, that he would ratification of the tiety, or sooner if lposslhh.'-.-
guard was ordered to take him aunid Fullarat his embark with the Spanish troops, and it is most And whereas, it has this day been made known
steward into custody and bring tiher before your sincerely to be regretted that he did not, as his to mne, that thie following :,.. .., of his catholic
Excellency, which is now done. We would atid presence has had an evident tendency t prevent majesty, to wit: Marcos d Vllirs B o
. .. ... .. .. .majety to w t: lIaccsdo V lli ,rs Beenardo


in conclusion that Colonel Callava repeatedly as- that depenurence on, and attachment to the gov- Prieto, Lools Gayarre, Civile Lessasier, Arnal-
sorted that he would not bon taken out ofhis house ernmient ofthe United States, by the Spanish in- do Guillimard, Carlos dIe Villiers, Peiro de Ve-
alive, but he seemed to act without much diffi- habitanis, which was so much to be desired. It gas, and Mariano Latady, and who, according
culty wheu the guard was ordered to prime and may be contended, that although Col. Callava to the snid seventh article. ought to have with-
load. A corporal and three nmen were detached had no right to diplomatic privileges, yet, that drawsnfmini the said ceded territory, with the
to remnai arnd guard the house of Col. Callvma, he was entitled to a certain courtesy from the ut- troops of. his catholic majesty, ive, withoutt the
and to prevent the removal of the boxes, which ficial character with wluch he had heretofore been permiissitom of tile existing u.i -.i..- coitraryto.
hatd contained th). documents, anid which lar. -;lothed, B'ut Col. Callav, oueghl to have been (he said seventh at:i,.le, re:-mired in this gitk' aud


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(m' aind eoiancipation of the Spanish nation. Eve- Richmond, Oct. 23, unpaid 5 single, 2treble, paid reported progress, without asking leave to sit a- Busihess wa, very dul ; there were several
Sdav ;he t.t class gets ges vast numbers of recruits 2 single, 1 double, gai persons sick ; and some dead.
sit' Norfolk, Oct, 22, unpaid one rated $1 85 cents. 1'riida/, October- 25.
fronin tlhs ,o cd,the constitutional practices and Petersburg, Va Oct. 23, unpaid I sigle, 2 double, The day was spit u co ittee of the whole WLM r, N. C. Oct. 19.
Greoretown, D. C. Oct. 25, unpaid 2 single, 1 un 'r. Radcliff's report on the appointing pow- The following descriptiu of the wreck of an

ic',ar of Qu.cs!--A Mr. John adan, of Suf. double : pa.d I single, 1 double er. The results are given uitner our editorial unknown vessel and cargo, which were lost on
f Vir. died on Saturday before last. The ol- Washington, Ky Oct. 15, unpaid 7 single, 2 dou. head. The committee rose without asking leave Cape Hatteras Banks in the gale o t he 3d ult. is
f,,k, i. dd StraT e, 2 treble; paid 3 single, to sit again. published in thu hope that it may enable the owner
1,i, Iswcore the cirtumstances. On the evening pre- New Orleans, Sept 30. unpaid 2 more than treble. Int < onrcntion.-NMr. President named the fol- to identify his property, and the friends of tihe un-
cis.lg Ilis dicear,, Mr. iaidan comnplanied of a one of them ratedatll 25: tt e other at ~2 25 lowing gentlemeli lo compse the committee, of forttiunate crw and psseugersi lii-nii suwitnhiting
,a, o l There liihi'alpetned to be at hi' house, at i [We learn by thisimn rings mail, that tite personl- seven,' to v'.hont was assi ied thu iarranli'geli o"f thei' s'r' u cl 'riholv .ile


its vicinity-and whereas, it has been made the time, a mnancallinglilmselfDoctor O'Jlara, who mentioned above, as having been tririen up on sus- the a$tendments adopted by thin convention, viz
knowa oo e,...at-tileystodscfficersteaafirginaothn Messrt. Yates King, Ken t, Ro* t Van Bure,
known to me, that the said officers, acting in a oficiously undertook to piescrihe for Mr. Madian's picion, were released after an examination, nothing wr ,e Rot, Van Burent
distinct body, independent of, and disavowing e- head-ache, and administered so large a dose of the appearing against them to warrant their detention. rFairlie asked leave to present an ortl-
yen a temporary allegiance to tihe goverumeutof t oo o er.rFacnlae asked leave to present -an ord-
he U Staes, existing in te Floridas hae tincture of opium to the unf rtunate man,that be- Nothing further has transpired. The bundle o nance, providing for submitting tile amendments
been engaged in stirring up disaffection thereto, fore morning he was a corpse New-Orleans letters came sale to our Post Office to the constitution, agreed to by the convention
atnd in sowing discontent in the minds of the good The fellow was taken into custody, and underwent yesterday morning. j which was read, and o0n motion of Mr. Edw yards,
people of the said province- and whereas, it ap- anl examination before Doctor Borland and Mills referred to the above named committee of sev-
pears, that they are the authors of the following Riodick, Esq. two of the Magistrates of the place,TISER. on. A ue _
false, scandalous, and itdecent publication : o STATE CONVENTION.
I sneaking of colonel Callava's appearance be-hoeld him to ail until aCoroerslqustshouldThursday, October 25. From the ationalntlgencer f Satrda.
fore general Jackson, I. B. ought to have stated, decilo on the cause of Madaa's death. from the slect committee to wh The Clmson Sin.-We expected that soon
that nite of i.d. ; .. -. I highly oleiv-ie Mr. Radcliff, from tiesmleet committee; to whom The h'lsion Spin,-We expected ttatmotn
accusations .1i 1. ..,-. it. fully interpreted Piratical ivbormatioa--Ve have already men- was referred so much ofthe report of the committee after the adjourinent of tie Commissioners ap-
t~c rol i a .1 l tore tltit t r alts at t -ou tile appointingpoweer as was not acted upon, in pointed under tihe Florida treaty, we i'nbould have
to col. Caleva,ed tore 1tas th0ce Oillesf tie aat-e ioned tile capture of tile piratical shitl Vctoria, co ittee i the ole, reportepV cs foiloss, so wit been able to lay helore the public u concise ab-
rtotl mer t commit of whole, reported s followsto wit : to lay before the public concise a b-
of our chief, not knowing what was h ad to him, to alias Cienteflengas, alias Prometheus, formerly be- 1. That as many coroners as the legislature shall stract of their proceedings during their late ses-
rnake tile auditory understand how innocent lie whs onging to the United States navy, the notorious out- direct f eachh county, including the city and coun- s5ont. 1But, little of a conclusive nature having
of the foul charges with which his unsullied honorwas law Debodle, (otherwise called John Short) coma- ty o f New-York, shall r e elected, i the sae beau determied to r, and great indulgence having
eideavoringto be stained.beeittllowed to tie giants who shed atnsus-
Such, ill sitt. are tile observations we had to ander, by the Buenos Ayrea privateer brig in- old their offices for te same term, ande rnova- pesion of cases involvintil w l east doubt, until
make on tile statement of H. taid we hope that ie dependencia, and al armed force sent from St. Iar. bie int like manner. aniatrt ent o ase h i it as dmoble for
1. i > 2. 2That inasters in chancery, and'the registerandi an argument was heard-it was impossible for
anti the public will beconvinced that we acted from tholomtews. In tile list of her depredations are two assistant registers of the said court, shall be appoint- us to obtain or furnish much satisfactory infor-
shudaerdat l the viocnpr oc edi iecrc isegait. vessels belonging to New-York-tthe cargo of one ed by the governor witit the consent of 'he senate; nation. Ini fact, thie principal part of the time of
our suptrior-we knew also what was due to agov- captured and carried to Crab Island, and three sloop 'hat the masters in chancery shall be reoinvable by thie Cotmmissioners was employed in examining
ernnlent which ison the most friendly footing with loads taken out and sent to St. Thomas, -sWhat the senate, on the recommendation of tt governor i, te memorials filed with tihe Secretary of the
citid thlat Site regstir d assistant e ts,ithl ]d board previous to or on the tenttlt ultimo,
ur own.' re &c. THE SPANISH OFFICERS. became of the remainder and the vessel after- their officesftr three years, utlesssoonermoved by elh ao uttei to a but three httnidi i ilet-
Resident ina this place." wards is not known. The other they ay they otly the senate, oi ti) hke recommendatio f Stie gor- t r. Of these memorials, many, we understand
And, whereas, the said publication is calculat- robbed- tle captain,however, was kept three days a err.That examiners in cancer be appointed
3". h'lst examiners itt chancery be appeitt ted iv were so detective in tile statement of ite iparti-
ed to excite resistance to the existing government prisoner i, thebforeeake of ithe Pirate, and it is not the court of chancery, and hold their olhcci during culars of the claim, or in complying with the or-
of the Floridas, and to disturb the harmony, known what became of him. Some of this plunder the pleasure of the said court. ders of the Boardt, aeto require amendment ; and
peace, and good orderof tie same, as well as to was found on board when taken p',ssession of. 4. hat the clerk of the court of oyer and trmni- of those suspended for argument, some involved
weaken tthe allegiance enjoined by my proclaima- tier, aud general sessions of t e peace, in andfor thit very important and doubtful principles, while
tion, heretofore published, and entirely incom- A murder was committed on the night of thi 2d city andi county of New-Vork, he appointed 'y tle others were suspended merely a't the request of
patible with any privileges which could havebeen ist. in the housefa Mrs. Alwyne, a widow, on tle oa hold ..u, uri tlepase of the claimants or their agents.
extended to lthe said officers, even if permission iS leadingg tos Gray's Ferry, about two miles from court. Mshny clahirs, ts stated by tile menmrialists
had been expres-ly given to them to remuaiirn itn tle road g t ai. Tha the third section ofihe report of tihe coin- themselves, y ere so obviously not of hi e paile of
said province, and under existing circumstances Philadelphia. About half past 7 o'cck, two mt, 5. ieat the thd whole, of11 tile subject of the pwci- hof tihe treaty, that thely wereiat once rejected oln the
a gross abuse of the lenity atnd indulgence here- one a negro the other miulatio, entered tile house, appoitimenlt to office, ie so almended, as to insert, al- claimants' own showing. We mention two or
tuibre extended towards then. seized tile old lady, whio with le0r son, at boy about ii ter thle word York." in lthe third line, the words, three of these to show the kind of cases which have
Thisis, therefore, to make known to tle said years of age, iwere preparing their vegetables ftir ail the clerk of tiet sittings or circuits, in theily assisted to constitutethe enormous amount claim-
officrs to withlidaw thitmselves, as they ought t; after beatingie r severely, struck te child e ed by our citizens from the Spanish government
heretofore to have done, from the Floridas, a- e ; t eat r s t he h (The effect of is amendment will be to make ti,-heretoftre stated, we believe, at between thir-
rewably to the said seventh article, onor btor e o e o clerk o tle sitting, in ew-Yurk ty and forty millions of dollars. For instance,
the third lay ofOctober next ; after which day, his scull was very much fractured. The daughter, elective, in the stme tanter, and to hold his!ofie' a oman presented a claimi for damages sustain-
if they, or ainy ofthem, shall be found within the who was up stairs, hearing thie ety of murder, ran for lithe same term, as by that section is provide ed by her in cosequence of the detention of her
Floridas, all ollicers, civil and military, are bhre- down, and, upon lier reaching rthe foot of tlie stairs, in -.. I to county clerks.) husband by Spanisi authority; another for inj
by required to arrest and secure them, so that was struck several allows on the head, and very muchl and county o f New-York, to weiit: The sfiefial jus ry done to a vessel accidentally rnin a foul of by a
they y be brought before me, to be dealt wit cut. The boy died of his wounds, tile ditiughter is ties, the justices of the marine court, aid the as Spanish vessel ; anotherfor a capture by a French
according to law, for tie contept and disobe- ove sistaut justices, and their clerks respectively, which privateer, which dispatched tile captured vessel to
dance of this, my proclamation. now exist in said city, or such other justices in their Cuba, but before its arrival there, a re-capture
Given at Pensacola, this 29th diy of Sep- The case of the Ieune Eugene, was argued before stead; or such juslices of courts, inferior to thle by a British vessel occurring, a heavy decree for
temubtor, one thousand eight hundred and courts ofcommon pleas and general sessions of the salvage by a Blitish court of admiralty followed,
twenty-one, and of tile Independence of the Circuit Court at Boston, on Moid.ay and Tues- peace insaid city as mlay from timeSsito time he ag&c a Clitis cit of tdmiraliti looked,
thile United States, tile forty-sixth. lay last, by Mes-rs. Blake & Webster for the govern- created or established by thie legislature, shall be Of the important points suspended for argu-
ANDR1)EW JACKSON. ment, and Sllivan, for. thie claimant. Tile court tipptmnte by tlhe corportili oif said city ; and hold t e foloi m
s tire.Flotillas x &. thirt offices foir thie siame term that justices of tile ent, tile following, among otl--rs, lmay be enu-
Governor of the Flordas, &c. &c. &c. hall given no decision, peace, in the otheriounties of this state, are entitled merated :
By the Governor : to hold thile same, nd be removable in like manner. 1. Casesof American vessels captured by priva-
Geo. Wallton, Secretary of West Florida. The Supreme Court of Ohio, at their late Session 7. tho t thea hicers of thle health department fomr t.'i t 1 -- i commissions and colors,but
IE in Trumbull County, decided that the law for the the city and port ,ifNew-York, shall be appointed byv .i I 'iI I .....,,- -I .'I whole or in part, by Span-
A A R R I E D. h ev, srayIf section on a judgment before a jinstice rporation of sl city, ex city, xept tiCe officer 1steat ds,)carried into t 't1.,,,;.1I,..It. unulertihe sight
At Fishill, o Wednesday evening,by th stay election on a judgment e a juhealth cormmishioier, or any officer or orwith the knnwled,,, I ,, i aitbrities--the
Mr. Westhirhok, Mr. William H-. Wetimore, of New the peace is constitutional, inasmuch as it does not officers who may he hereafter created in his stead, or American crew there dismissed, the cargo plunder-
York, to Miss Sarah Ann Brinkerhofl, of the former Invalidate the contract, though it deprive tile party assigned to perlonsn the duties now belonging to the ell, distribution of the prize made among the cap-
place. of the power of enforcing it: that isto tay anmia saidl health commissioner; which htoalth coinUis- tors-no proceedings ending inl acondemnnation in-
st- owner, or other officer or oflcmr's, shall i,c nirp, -t- stituted belire any court-and all application made
) IE D. may have legal right, without legal means of es- hy the governor, with the cloniset of tlIe .. i .' the American ownersito the Spanish authorities
Yesterday morning, after a short but severe illness, tablishing it. be removable b the senate, on the recommendation for redress, evaded or refused.
Mr. John (antiley, age29 year, and six months. of the governor; and that the legislature may prio- 2. ;Cases of contractsinade by American citizens
At Savannah, Mr. Win. irrel, of the house of Flor.-Little is now doing in this article in our vide, in any ianuer they shatl see fit, for the re- witi the Spanish government, and not complied with
,n Inglis &Coe; Mr. Jos. P. Zebley,ofPhilad is, apparently, a a stand, cei, disbursemt, and i pratin of all thie tilv yi tle latter-- i other words,s whether any but cases
tihaas aist property, whetelr real or personal, receive of torts are embraced by the treaty.
At Mobile,i201h Sept. in consequence of a fall front waiting for further advices Iron Europe. od by, orbclonging to, or which imay be received by, 3. Claims for contingent losses-the loss of con--
his horse, Mlajor Joseph Swet, of the Mobile Battal- At altinore,on Friday, the asking price was t or belong to, the said health department tingent interests, or tlhe loss ofprobable profits.
lion. and of the Board of Aldermen of that city; o 8. That t rie harbor ma, tErs of said city, and ithe 4. Cases of seizure of vessels by the lFrenich gov-
''vain Sneed, John, Camibell, David Smith, a native At S iotn, 5. commissioner otl .excise Ellrein, or such oIther excise erunment, in thIe ports of Spain.
of Troy. James Moi' rll, and John Smith. Wheat was selling briskly at A lbiany, onil Satur- otilker r o hiccrs a may bU created in said city, shall Arguments ill writing are required to be made by
1IE '1 .Y. day morning, at two dollars per bushel. be appointed by the corporation thereof, aud hold the board oin iill tile questions that are thus sus-
Srig aypn. PrRne 42 ilH fil St. es, with their ofieice-durin their pleali'. ended, at their next session. A liberal construc-
Brig Calypso Paerine, 4-2 days from t. Ubes, w We understand that the Hat manufactured by 9. That thewardens and pilots nf tlle port of Ne- lion will no doubt be given to the treaty, but it is
sa RRIVEo D L.8ST 7 F IXG. Miss Almira VWoodward, of E-ast-Hlaveo, was this it, icle vt t ith a i d 'ty, ius t oil hit ap the duty of tie Bsr at the same timt h to guard

Ship C'riterion, Avery, from Lutondon, (left tile day sold by Messers. P.L. Mills& Co. attlie Tontine legislature mayfriom lie in t imedecl. the interest ef those claimants whose rights are
Downs ilth, and the Lands End 18th Sept .). with y Coffee lHouse to Mr. Cornelius W. Lawrence, for -37 M r. Munro chairman, of the. select committee, "indsputable ; for the admission of a false claini
goods, hardware, rut, coals, iron, porter, &c to E. re d lli ecessaily innis te amount received by
iorexi tvstnare Pasrlseuors, i\;rt. W.iahton, Sit. \We regret to state that tltis Hat, consideredthe appointed yesterday, to uibotl wiere rmlerred the wfil theceis sayimhluh the stnuntm rce s
ladyv, children and 2 servants, Miss Allen, Miss linestexhibited at the late lair, did not bring a higher several prr positions onte judicial departme taty fall sh ort.
Colhins, Messrs C. Thompson, T. W. mnitih, and price. y a e would byu no means suggest to claimants
4 s thu.,.....-, 0poke, Oct. 19. hat -I, long 6 P5 c ]st. Tie state tnay be divided by law tinto a rou-
4 -, it)I ..poke, Oct. 19. lat.1, long 65, pr venienlt numbierofcirculs: subje t to alteration s as any step that would incur iunecossary expense ,
ship I 10 8 hays from Leghorn for From thc Franklin Gzelletc, of Saturdary. tlhe public good may require--And in ase of .siuclh but where lhey cannot attend, personally, tile
Ph rivadelphia, short of r'Visisr Trial, Boyd, St. MAIL RO Ey. division, an equal number of circuit judges shall bhi meetings oflth Board, it appears to ustobe their
ieres, 2 tavs If.eft Seits25 ship Tell Brothers, Tile Postmaster of ,i ..ir i.... received an appointed, each ol whom shall within aut ol lhe --d interest o uiivc coniSl tio represent ihe.m.
ready forsea butthe attain and uttle were both express on Friday afternoon at o'clock, front ithtricis have thle e tl ow t as a judge of iincu e understand ihat tmie number of tmemorials
sick on shore ;.sclr i L incol, all sick but the th Potmaster at ElkUon, Maryland, informing pre cout at ha er til I tse secuetry ofthe Board to thisn date
nasterandoneman. Oct. 13, lat. 39, 25, lon71, him that the great south hern mail was that imorn- tie supremecourt-topreide in ctorts of over nd xccls five hundred. The board, it will be re-
25. \ spoke, U- bri -Sp rk. it g, about o'clock, robbed by a passenger, who terminucrand gaol delivery ; and ifrequired Iby lw, membered, has adjournedto tihe first Monday in
Y"""'"* "" --- got into the waggon at iHavre de Grace. lie to preside in courts of comunon pieas ind gcueuial January.
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29. knocked down the driver, about two miles tlhe sessionsofthle peace. -
other side of Elkon, Mlaryland; drove th..: mail 20. The chancellor, tile justices of the supreme RICHlIOND, Oct. 24.
NWe leat n from Albany, that the Convention have site the woods, and there tied the driver and cut court. and the cictut ...i. shall hold their olicecs 3. RAT fcrrcled out.-We are informed, that
atlastarrived at a stage of their proceedings, when open all the packets and rifled them of most of riti .h bi a stie s'n ti .. h a "atS, owing toas t'e citciinitanci of letters containing
there is some prospect of an adjournment at no dis- their contents. He remained busy ian opening the pot mient or publc trust-iand the acccpta.Ice there nTm y hiaing been of late f'requeutly tinssed be-
tant day. Indeed tie general opinion at Albany is, letters.until day light, when lie was alarmed by of byeiy eher often. shall vacale his judicial olice. twlen this plsce and Raleigh, Mr. Shore, our
that thi session will be concluded on Friday or a person who happened to be passing by in put- and all votcsgiven by the people or by the Iegislattule Post master, in order to find out tile purloaer
suit ofait physician for one of his family who was toany such chancellor, justice or circuit judge, for a. ha hitbeen induced to ake some experiments up-
Saturday of this week : but we doubt whether tits sick. Thie villain made his escape before the ny elective office. -hall be void. on the honesty of certain of the offices in the line,
news is not too good to be true. Oun Friday the i driver was released ; the person not being willing 3d. Equity powers may froin time to time ie vest- tile l,tsit t which has been attended with llie most
Convention concluded all their business in committee to come to his relief until he had gone to a neighl- e h by law in lh courts, or it such I ersonlus sulor. complete success'. The fliice at Louisburg, N C.
weressncom-t bourighouseabbot one mile and a ha nf late to tile court oi chancery, as the public good ,- h
f the whole; ad on Saturday they were to co- young house aoot ne mile and a half oft, at toreuir y, p go inuaged by a young mantu of the name of Has-
mence a revision of all their labors in Convention. where he poured thile assistance of two men to I4h. The office of judge of probates shall be abo- well, (a person of very respectable standing, a
Th. ut be a work of considerable time; for return with him to wherethe driver was tied.- lished. ani' his powers and duties shall devolve upon ioan oa property, and a merchant) is proved to
S ea Most of the inhabitants of Elkton went in pursuit the court ofchaucery. be the place of those mishaps. Mr. Shore hts
ail u, tile members, as well as the public, are of himi. He is about five feet seven or eight in- Mr. Munro moved, that the report be printed, been as far as Louisburg in person, and has
wearied with the protracted. andat tmesapparently ches high ; bad on a blue coat aid white panta- and referred to tlhe committee of tlhe whole, made important discoveries, which will be made
never ending debates, yet there are several subjects loons, and carried with him a small bundle.- Mr. Shirpe believed the subject of the report known to tile public, in a particular manner,
which still note finally passed upon without strong Tilhe mails front Ketucky, New-Orleans and was well undearsstood. It had beatn discussed f ...r.'" tile medium of our next. Haswell
efforts at niat ri i alterations. The Elective Fran- 'Teiiessee, were in the portmannteau. several days, and he moved, that we now go into-a thile development, precipitately quit-
u s ti" t A The person who brought the express saw a man committee on the report. fie understood the coni- ted Louisburgh ; butt lr. Fox, one of the Mail
cliua, Sthe Governor's term of service; antd te Ap answering the description ofthe above person near at itstee were not unanimous. Contractors haid strong hopes of vertaikieg him.
pointing Poiter; will each be discussed over again; Wilmington, Delaware, in company with two o- Mr. Young approved of this course. He re- On Mlounday evening, about 8 o'clock, Mrs.
and a strong attempt will be made to strike out the others. He gave information to the Postmaster at marked, thast tle coinilttee were last evesllng l- Wi hilock, a fentale who takes iu sewing, was
clause which ill effect declares that the Christian Wilmington, wsho sent persons to detect himu ; lie unanimous in thle report, but one member had shot at i tie door of her own house. near the new
religionn shall no longer be the common law of thle has been taken, but we have not heard the result changed his opinion this morning, and had set Court House, by a pistol. It appears that thie
land. v 'o learn that this offensive article creates a of his examination. iHe was taken in company every thing afloat. pistol was charged with buck shot ; site received
St with two other persons who were riding in a wag- Mr. Van Buren made a few remarks in favor of two or three wounds in her fhice. It is not sup-
good deal ofexc'tement. Cgo. They slated they were foreigners, who had i postponing the report till to-mourow. posed she is mortally wounded. The person at
On Thursday, te Convention wereoccupieddur- arrived at Baltimore a few weeks since, and seres Mr. Wheeler seconded the motion of Mr Sharpe, present suspected of this abomu.iable act, is a man
ing tile day upoo theJudiciary Depariment. There moving on to Philadelphia to take passage to and the convention resolved itself into a counmmit- of the name of Vard ; formerly a Constable in
were almost as many projes.ts as members oil the Europe. lee of thie whole on thle report-Mr. Fairlie in this city. He has been arrested-and is in con-
floor, and the result was, that nothing wa.s done. Ali By aI letter received this morning from tile post- thile chair. finement on the charge.-Comper.
atteimptwasimade by Col. Young and tlhe President, master at Elkitoun toit postmaster here, inforlma- Mir. Ilunro offered a substitute, which was laid tS'ter'ior Courtt --On Friday last, Charles
to introduce a provision, the effect of which would lion is given thuit all tile open letters and notes on the table. Jones, a youth, wi s brought to the bar, charged
ae es to itit a ie aitn of C a will be sent to tie general post office. The let- iMr. Tompkins made a motion to insert, as the with being one of the persons concerned in the
have been to dcct anew appointmentof Chancel- terms not opened have been received at the office first section of the report, a section in the follow- murder of Win. Koyster. After hearing tile evi-
lor, and JudgesofitheSuprti eCourts-evidentiyfor here, and will be( duly forwarded to their destin,- ing words: dence, which was clear and positive, aund atten-
tile purpose of g getting rid ll tie parent incumbents. tnss. We regret to state, that amonggst those Tlhe judicial power of this state shall lie vesled tlvely listening to the arguments of tihe Counsel,
This scbnne was resisted manfully by Messrs. Van received here; thee are few double letters, it,st in a couri lor tlie trial of siipeachmenils and tlhe cor- which were of considerable length, the Jury re-
ithuemn, VanVechteu,Buel,and others, and finally de- of them being single. The mail from Chalestoi, riecuion of conors, tu cunsisit ot the president of the tired about 10 o'clock, P. M. and soon retiu sed
ia ed by a major ity of0. At presentthe pIrospect South Carohna, of the 19th of October, and lthe senate, tle senators, the chancellor, and thejuisticrs with a ,e ii h -,,,; the prisoner guilty of the
Nashville mail of thIe 10th of October were un- of the supr. me cusurt-it a court n ocanccry posIses- second degree of murder, and adjudging his pun-
is. IaI,5t5r ,.a.-.. .. ,5, ., vos,.l :,as hoteootuhrs touched. sigthe same jurisdictionu amnd powersus the preseit lshtment to eighteen years conulineniuet in tIhe
On Friday the Convention were occupiedt upon After the above was in type, the postmaster ce'ut so chancery-lin o1 supremet court rto coiss u ,, ,,, ,. h- use.
th.e supplemental report of Mr. Raduliff, on the Ap- received the following letter from the postmatster s thas s tSt ite jutt e ar teleiuj leitsru aleay Yesteay' John Davis was arraigned for a
polatigi power, partictiacly as it regards the city of at Elkton : prescribe possessing tne same jurisdiction and pow participation in thei same crime, but at 3 o'clock,
inew -Yink. The report was picked to pieces by Elkton, Md. October 26, 1821. ers as the present supreme c ult of this slate, and owing to ithe numerous challenges of tlhe prisoner,
iu s-w.s ual, and the greater part rejected. Tle Enclosed you will receive the post-bills lound the justices thereof now possess; in courts of cols- a jury had not been obtained. W'e shall give the
Sheri amiud Coroners. are to be elected. ThIe May- among tile loose letters of tie robbed Iail, for titu tuleas-ofgeaeral sessions of the peace, and in result in our next.
tii it lb su Cimiot C'ut*i at at- your office and the oiices to thie eastward of your mih other cotUs as may ftrom time to tiume by law
Sto e apoie by te G n oun ; nda- office. All tire letters thit were broken oaens, aud tu sh abhisut t ttbhtv- Iied.'S, bct. 1.
s t D icSpuecial Justices, Justicesof the iMarhineCourt, Oud, were sent to the General Post-Offies a- Messrs. Young, Root, and Buel advocated tile Thie schr. Deux-amis, arrived yesterday in the
.,esidcut lPhysician, and some other officers. The nong which there were some for persons in your ayu endment and report, generally ; and Messrs. Basin, was off Cal-Island tree days ago ; but no
otnhiiei tiicers are to be appointed as shall be directed city, containing checks, notes, drafts atnd bank iMur'o, Edwards, Van Vechten, .nd Van Bu- appearances were to be seen that any vessels hiad
by tul Legislature. notes, a list of which I will forward you by to- set oppossed. Mr. I ompkn's amendment was been lately wrecked there.
i- morrow's ntail. There has notyet been any suc- los, 64 to 44. Te shr. t sc Sparta, which arrived in thie Basli
The National Gazette of Saturday contains a cess from thie pursuit which has been made in this 'Thie question on the amendmIent offered by Mr. yesterday, sailed fiom Pensacelta on Wednesday.
pa if a clieit romi Madrid, dated Aug. 28th, which neighborhood after the robber ; but t will be con- Muinr w us ten taken and decided in the nega- last. She brings better tidings than could have
nulsaisno s is etirEn of distuirbances in that city on, thued to-morrow.-Some men have been taken tve ictha to 1o5. bi t ea expn rcted from pr ecding r reports.
s-e 20th and suiceedig days. The following is an up i '. ,.. Al,1," Mar. McChall thlen o iured a t amnudmiutu which The U. S. brug Euterprie and schr. Porpots,
tract: te people re divide into three parties; Letrs missing m th il which ere robbed sst. bo ot gale with sa h i Ste ay
thos c tho iave reason and rejection, and those who Washington, Pens. Oct. 20, unpaid 13 single let- the repo t of the committee, which was ilually tiheiian arrived there in safety two days after tlhe
cai see their advantage in the constitution, support terms, three do.tbie, one treble; paid 11 single, 2 dot adopted, siorui. Other vessels mooired opposite the town
in theu tio'ghtless and shortsighted are indifferemt buS 1 trehile n "T.e Tlegislature shall have powers to stylish, were not sofortunate. The brig Marylaund, three
i i Stvanntia. Oct. 7, single unpaid, from time to thie, slthi CiutIrs 05 law sub-rdilnte to scls, at two svitc ps u-ere driven asbori- and it
isd a]a'hetic ; ad al .those who exercised any of Baltimore, Oct. 25, unpaid 9 single, 2 double, 1 thle supreme court, and such courtsof equity subor- sch ad r ol sisi ver h n oft
:e psowersof desnotism. or put in practice any of more than treble, rated 50 cents, dinate to the court oh chancery, as the public are wuld m ver be got off.
X Washington City Oct 25, unpaid 2 single, 4 dou- may require." k lie s.Ur. Sparta, hias brought 3l passengers,
ie oilrs 'or wils oth tyrant, y wlhisithey gain- ble, 1 treble, 4 free. After a good deal of desultory conversation, and was compelled to refuse passage to a still
p smc, i tare mie bluituer enemies o tlhe lttere- Alexandria, Oct. 24, nilaid 2 single, paid treble, which eneed in nothing, tlhe cosmmiite rose and greater.nunmiber.


Baltimore City notes 4 a 1 do.
Annapolis and ranches 2 a 4 do.
Other Marylandul notes nUcertain


COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Bank ., -'.. .,, Iu t a 2 pr ct. dis

ocha.. i ., 10 do.
Merchants Il ank at Alexandria no sales
Franklin Bank uncertain
VIRGINIA.
Blank i 'i. .. & il.Branches a 1 per ctdis.


The ves.ei was, from tile appearance of 'ier
spars, &c. a schooner of 125 tons, with about 70
lihds of rum onu board-59 of which were saved
on the beach. She was painted green on lthe iin-
.side of her waist, and is supposed once to have
had guns, if not at the time of her being wreck-
ed, as she had port holes and some ranmmers, and
stoppers of guns c.ine ashore from her. Her
mainsail is made of whole canvass,, and, front:
her general appearance, she seems to havs been
an American vessel, and built oil thie Eastern
Shore of thle Chesapeake. She was planked with
pine, at least as much as came on sliore. The
timbers are white-oak, copper fastened, u:d cop-
pered.to light water mark, but thisis not certain,
as the under part is sunk on tilhe outer breakers.
She was a vessel that had been repaii ed, as her
upper works were new or nearly so. Hern iasts
were of piue-her fore yard was of white-pine,
painted white, and slung with iron. The rest of
her small spars that came oil shore were of spruce-
pine, and also painted white'. Both anchors and
one cable were got ashore from the wreck-the
anchors iron stocked-her fire wood was of oak,
and sawed.
Some of the rum was marked on the Hhds.
with alln Iron brand, Hovel and Sous. And with
chalk, Telescope, and some word iesembling Up-
per or Apperton. The ruin was originally froum
anll English Island.
it it supposed she had a French passenger on
board, by the noitwnof M. Pattey, as a trunk of
books was founds ou the beach, with that name
marked on then.

PRICES OF STOCKS-OcT. 29.
.N' T'IO ./1 AL,
Offered Asked
6 per ct. Louisiana : : : : : : : none I
do. War Loans 1812 : : :.: : 'ir. a 108
do. do. 1S13 : : : : I"' a 108
do. do. 1814: : : : : 109" a 109
do. .do. 1815 : : : : : 110 a 111
5 do. 1820 : : : : : : : : :
do. 1821 : : : : : : : : :
7 do. : : : : : : : : : : : 103 a 109
3 do. : : : : : :
STATE.
N. Y. State Si.es : : : : : : : :
Canal Sixes : : : : :
-. Fives : : : : : : t
City Loan Sixes : : : : : : :
-- -- Fives, old : : : :
do.s new : : : :
BA/JKS.
United States Bank a: : : : : : 1114 a 1114
New-York : : : : : : : : 130 a 138.5
Manhattan : 128
Merchants :
Mechanics : : : : : : : : : : 117j a 118
Union : : : : : : : : : : :
America : : : : : : : : : 1024 a 1021
City : : : : : : : : : : : : 100 a 100I
Phenix : : : : : : : : : : : 112 a 1134
Franklin : : : : : : :
North River e : : : : : ; : 104 a 104;
1A'SURANCE COJIIPAXIEfS.
New-York : : : : : : : : : :
I-Hope : : : : : : : : : : 984 a 101
Ocean : : : : : : : : : : 974 a 98
American : : : : : : : 145J a 146
National : : : : : : : : 125 a 129
Pacific : : : : : : : : : : 94 a 99
Union : : : : : : : : : : 92 94
Mutual : : : : : : : : : : 131 a 1324
5\ I : 5 ; : : : : :5
IEagle : : : : : : : : : :
Globe : : : : : : : : : :
1F'ranklin : : : : : : : : : 1111
Mechanics : : : : : : : : : : 120 a 121
Merchants: : : : : : : 101 a 1024
Fulton : ; : : : : : : : :
Manhattan : : : : : : : 1068 a 1071
United : : : : : : : per share
EXCHAJI 'GE.
Bills on Londonm, 60 days : : : : : 1091
Brit. government : : : : 109.
France : : : : : : : 5 32.
Amsleidain: : : : : : 39.1
Bremen : : : : : : noune

BANK NOTE TABLE.
U. S. Bauk Notes not payable in this city, 4 perct. dis
CITY OF N.-YORK, & N. Y. STATE NOTES.
Ncw-ti.N ilty e IayNu. par
Jacob I ,.1 h h. I .: I', ,i 85 perct. dis.
Jacob I I I .1" "' 1.11. .1 85 dF
with red ink, and payable 85 do.
in country notes
Banks of Albany, under $5 do.
Bank of Troy, do do 4 do.
Molhawk iBank of Schenectady par
Lansmunebulre Bank par
I. I ., ,. int Jit, ot signed with red ink, par
Io. signed withireld ink per ct. dis.
Do. payable at Ithaca j do.
% i,,,,._,.... & W warren 50 a 55 do,
Orange County notes dsio.
Catskill 4 do.
Hudson Bank 94 d10o.
Columbia Bank at Hudson do.
'Middle District do.
Bank of Niagara 871 do.
Green County Bank i do.
Auburn Bank do.
Bank of Geneva 4 do.
Central Bank at Cherry Valley do.
Chenango Bank 1 ( do.
Columbia Receivables 4 do.
Hudson do. 94 do.
I stica Bank do
Utica Insurance Company, 5 do.
Utica 13ranch at Canandaigua 4 do.
Ontario Bank at ditto do.
Ontario Bank at Utica do.
Jefferson County Bank, 15 a 20 do.
Plattsburgh Notes 1 a .i do.
NEW-JERSEY NOTES.
Jersey Bank par
Banks in Newark par
State Bank at Elizabethtown Ipar
State Bauk at New-Brunswick per ct. dis.
Bank of New-Brunswiick duo
State Bank at Paterson par
State Bank at Morristown par
Sussex Bank par
T) .'.., i ,i, '. i.. .ipany par
St I- ,..i ,1 .. i. 1 per ct di
State liank at Caimden 1 do.
Farmer's Bank at Mount Holly 1 do.
Cumberland Bank 1 do.
CONNECTICUT.
Bridgeport Bank par
Eagle Bankat New-HIaven, if made
payable in this city par
rHartford Iank, if payablein this city par
Middiletowt Bank t pdpr ct dis.
Phenlix Ba t at Hartford 4 do.
Derby Bat i
y Bank MASSACHUSETTS. do.
Boston Banks perct. dis
Springfield Bank 14 do.
Hiamipshire tank, at Northampton 14 do.
Salem Banks 14 do.
VWorcester Bank 1- do.
'Other Massacltusetts notes 14 udo.
Atew- :luuspsit ire notes 14 do.
Stase oif J aine 1 a 2 do.
RHODE ISLAND
Providence BankH 1O perct. dis
5, ,,, .,i at W esterly 14 do.
i,,ii,, I I I ,., notes 14 do.
VERMONT.
Burlington, and Windsor 1-4 a 14 do.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Phl.adelphia City Banks par a 4 do
Sister [.uakui notes 50 a 60 do.
Germauitown iBank 1 do.
Ct,'si.. -. 1 a 1I do.
L ., t i ,. County 1 a i do.
Bank of Chester 1 a 1 do
Farnter's Btank, of Bucks County 1 a 14 do.
New liope Dela'.ware Bridge Comutp'y. 1 a 14 do.
Bank ol' Montgomery Co. at Norris-
town 1 a I)r do.
Unincorporated Banks uncertain
DELAW ARE.
Iarnmer's Bank of Delaware 1 a 2 pr ct. dis
Wilmuington and IBrandywiine 1. a 2 do.
Otlher Deulaware notes 5 a 25 do.
MARYLAND.


LIVERPOOL PACKETS.
SHIP ALBION,
t -rot-, -- Willams, master, to sail on the
Gi_- 10th of 11th month, (10thll Nov.)
SHIP NESTOR,
5t ., Seth G. Macy, master, to sail on the
:. 10th of 12th month, (10th Dec.)
In order to furnish more certain convevances
for Goods and 1i u ..-. ,., between .hew-York and
Liverpool, the owners of the American ships Am-,
ity, Albion, Nestor and James Monroe, have un0
dertaken to establish, between tihe two parts, a
regular succession of vesselss to saill from New-
York on the 10th, and froin Liverpool on the lst
of every month thvroii.lo titw ar.
ISAAC WRIGHT & SON,
Ne Yo-rk, or to
HORATIO GATES & CO.
oct 1.' Mon'trea.


tairmi(,Banik&. its Btracld'ies q s
Valley Banik 2j a 3d- do
Unciha.rterd Banks oscvL't2ir,
NORTH CAROLINA.
State Bank of North Carolins and its
Branches" it
Newtbern and Cape Fea-r a 3 d;.-
South Carclina nocs GEORGIA a t iad
GEORGIA.
Savannah Banks 14 a I do.
Augusta Banks 14 ai 1 do.
., .. R;.l Iitis (30 a 7 do.
"r .....'. .' 1 ..... and Fire Iusu- 3 a 5 dr o
ranee Cao. Bills
Darien Batink a 1 o
Ao"e Orleans Bank .ohst: pal e t do.
Naticlhez. a. 1 it o.
Satte Beatk of'renncsse9 25 do.
State Bank of Kentucky 25 dt-
Ohio tLnOerrrai
Montreal Bank, 1 ; Bank cf Canada, 1.
Kingston, (UpperCanada) 3 a 4

5 .R Rl I IE D,
Oit Wednesdays .a ,.. i. d,: "Uh. fItdwi-,
M r. Nathaun Sandfi.. i .'iii i -., i i ., eldest
daughter of Mr. Hleze'sah Webb, all ti'thnscity.
On Thursday evening last, by the ReI Mr. Smith,
Mr. George Berrian, jr. of the firm ofJ. B. .& G.(
Berrian, to Mliss ar y Westervelt all of this city.
On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Maclay,
Mr. Moses Arnold, jr. to Miss Ann Skilhlnta, both
of this city.
On Saturd ay evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Power,
Mr. John De -ti-r o mi Miss )esr, i" ....... ..
daughter of "I. I i I B liiyeard, i .I ..I .
Yesterday morning, in St Ann's Church, Brook-
lyn. by thle Re.'v Mr. Omlerdbuk, Mr. Mulbford Mar-
tin, merchant, of this city, to Miss Sarah Ann, ontli
daughter of Mr. Ralph Patchin, of the former place.

DIE D,
O' Saturday, Mrs. Mary Shiei wood, in the 82d year
of hler age
Yesterday afternoon, in the 26th year of his age,
Mir. Jacobt Sargeantitjr. sen of Mr. Jitcob Sr-geant,-
of Hartford, Ct.
Lastevening, after a short illness, Mr. John Skid-
more, in thie 57th year of his age.
At the alms-house, New Haven, Mr. Elias Wells,
agedabout40. He is said to have left a family in
Genesee county, N. and went to New-HIaven for
medical assistance., whicl was generously afforded
hini by tile officers of the medical institution.
At New-Orleans, E. Salomon, Esq. cashier of the
Branch Bank int that city.
At Newport, Mereah Brenton, a woman of colour,.
better known by the name of a unt JMereah Cogges-
hall. When thie twenty-eight pirates were hung. int
the year 1723, on Gravelly Point, in Newport, she
was of sufficient age to be carried to see that awful
spectacle, and recollected seeing them in the carts.

ARRIVED SICE OUR LAST.
Ship Eliza Jane, Welder, from Turkss Island,
with salt and specie, to J. W. Brown a Sons.
Brig Transit, Gillet, 24 days from Trinidad.
Schr. Little William, Allen, 21 days from Port
au Prince, with turtle shell and specie.
.... ._ __ __ -...-_-z -. ..* ,-w. f
Assize of Bread, for the ensuing week.
Supf. Flour, insp'd 72s. per bbl. 42 oz. for 12j cts.
Do dio 21 64cets,
Do mixed with fine Indian, 44 121 ets,.
Do do 22~ 6} cts.
Do mixed with rye flour, 6 .124c-ts.
Do do 31 64 cts.
Rye Flour, 36s. per bbl. 70 12 cets.
Do do 35 64 cts-
JNO. FLEMING,
oct 27 City Treasurer.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
T -HE subscriber has extended his Line of
"I INLAND NAVIGATION BY THE E
RIE CANAL," friom Utica to Albany by the Mo-
hawkt River, and thence by a line of sloops to
New-York; by which means he is enabled to
transport GOODS and PRODUCE at a much
less price, and with more expeditions than has
heretofore been done.
He will contract to carry to any part of the
WVestern country-the whole araount of charges
to be included in one bill.
Messrs. A. Davis & Co. are his agents in Alba-
ny, who will forward by land for himn if desired ;
De Gaifl, Walton h & Co. in Schenecuady, and
Charles A. Ely & Co. Utica.
The business of buying and selling of produce
will be done by him. Apply at No. 17 South-
street, Lent's Basin. HENRY B. ELY.
sept 21-C&S8w
FRUIT AND FOREST TREES, &c.
.... tiHE collection ofEXOTIC
-"--'" _iL- &INDIGENOUS REES,
:-'"- SHRUBS & PLANTS, at the
.' ";- '. ---. Linnican Botanic. Garden, at
'', Fluishing, Long-Island, now ex-
i cieds 4000 species a nd varieties:
n arontg which are above, one
.4. ~'--,. thousand varieties of the finest
FRUITS imported from the most celebrated col-
lections of England, France and Holland, aind
near two hundred varieties of ROSES ; tc.g:Ither
with a very extensive collection of BULBOUS
FLOWERS; above 0 varieties of OPRANi(ES,
LEMONSS, &.. and 23 varietiesof the CASMEL-
ILIA, or JAPAN ROSE ; niu extsive collection of
the most admired EVERGREENS, consisting of
Etirnpeuin and American FIRS, PINFDS, YEWV
TR ES, &c. and sever I titousand of the SIL-
VEIR FlK, or BALM OF GILEAD. Tlesub-
scriber also o-fers for sale a variety nf tha most
approved native American FRUIT FlREES &
SHkRUBS, of a proper size, for sending to Emrope.
CATALOGUES of the TREES, &c. accompani-
ed wi h a tr-atise on their Cultivation, may be
had gralis, at the store of Messrs.
T. & J. S vVO 1; DS,
No. 99 PEARTL-STRrEET, N EW-YorKt.
Where orders left.will be duly atttend-1d to.
oct 13-C2w&S4w WILLIAM PRINCE.
TREES, &c. FOR EUROPE.
.-.:- ut HE subscribers, exclusive of
-- -'" .. IJ their great variety of EU-
".i- ROPEAN TREES, SHRUBS
.- '.-'. -1 & PLANT'S, have cultivated a.
s"-I. '." ^ great number of the must valu-
able American varieties ofAP-
PLE, PEAR, PEACH & PLUM
TREES. Also, a great variety
of AMERICAN.SHRUBS & PLANTS-all of
which are of a proper size to forward to any
part of Europe or smerica. They pack them inr
Sthe most perfect manner, so as to be sent to any
distance with safety. 'The proper time to remove
them will be front the 15th of October.
Orders for Trees, &c. left at their Nursery,
fronting the River, Flushing, L. I. or with Messrs.

No. 146 PEAtL-S''R!,E'P, NEW-YORK,
WVill be attended to, and the Trees, &c. carefutIl-
ly packed and delivered at New-York, by water,
frea of freight.
CATALOGUES may be had at the NItrsery, or
of Messrs. Hull Boawne.
BENJAMIN PRINCE & CO.
N.B. For sale as abovet-, 10,000 inoculated
PEACII TREES, in the most healthy sttue.-
Also, 1000 elegant SILVER FIR, or BALM OF
GILEAD, a beautiful Ornamental Evergreen.
oct 23-C&S6t


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..g>a"''s....---- --!S" Suffolk County, is first in qualify as tetpec(s the fine- but equally eminent miiz. Dr. Johnsoni disap-
REPOi1.T6, &c. ness ofthe grias second i quality as it regards fabric proved ofit ; and Mr. leorne Tooke declared that
The Committee appointed to arrange and d 'and co our,aid tohe mostvaiti i lc oiai unit ot'form it' i operated as an illusory satisfaction to the
permitted the fall' exhibition and fair of the ro- hbeen gat, ered one week earlier, and the w rkrnb- *
ciety, hel. at Mount Vernon, on 23d ard il24t0, hip would be improved by more c'e in ,eiwng the well as tile triumph of gull, and was beneficial
October, 182i, Report, that the examination of braid. The bonnet made by Miss Julio Hlarriso, of to none but Marshals, Turnkeys, and Attoraies."
animals and art clos of domestic manufacture, North East, Dutchess County, is first it quality as re- Lord Clarendon has a very pleasant remark
for which the society premiums were offered, ga:'rd fabric and color, and second in quality as re- upon the infallibility of the Romisn Church, as
were entruted to the Ihllowing committee, viz i gar!d le fineness of the grass. This hat would have niantained by its champion Bellarninei who ad-
,., horses, Mares and Coits.-MeVlcsss. Win been more valuable if he tformhad been gipsey The mitted, that if the Church declared white to be
P, Va Ness, Carles H. Hall and William bonnet iade by Miss Eliza W atoanu is third inblack, he would readily believe that white was
P, Van Ness, Charles H. Halla Wlmquality as regards the grass, color and fabric. The black." is Lordship upot tis observes, to
.. on es ... I tit le h ti nt It, e v e ry ca r e fu l ce fe c t lg t i e g r 's s u c h b l ac kain o H is L o r d s h i p u p o n t h is os h e r v e s t o
Or Fat Oxen.-Messrs. David Marsh, Andrew ofequal fineness, or has suflicientcre been taken to such a mal no more is to be said, than that he
Fisher, John Gro.:, lJoln stainier, Lawrence have, the braid of equal widh; the color would have has reason to thank God that the Church hath
Wis man, E. Whecier, and John Tr.gler. been improved had ti.. ...--...... ,h.....dJ one week not declared him to be a woman, which would
On Bui/sand Coirs.-Mesr-. George Gibbs, carlihr. The gipsey I..,' .... ,,,- l Martin is have give' him some cause of perplexity ."'
R. N. llarris-., ant John f'redwel;. fotirh in quality, as regards the fiuenes of tiegra:s, John Dunning, afterwardss Lord Ashburton,-
On/hep..-'Mesrs. John oughity, Jacob T. anddi:uers abilhiy Ioprodlure atiirticIle equ:l toa. Lloyd Kenyon, afterwards Lord Kenyon,-and
Walden., ll vid Hall. ny o ie above-nentrinned. the bonnet made b) John Horne, afterwards John Horne Tooke,-all
On Seme.-Messrs. Matthew L. Davis, Sin- ," reses el eak oi errert tli d in i s studied the law together, and used frequently to
gletun VMitciell, and Effiugham Lawrence. The gentleman's hat made by gMss ophia Pratl, is dine t1 a little eating-house, near Chancery-
On IJiomesl'e lflanaeturesi.-Messrs. Jonas iixlbh .n quality as regatid the feirnets o ufthe gras ; it lane, for seven ponce hIlfpenny each. As to
Mapes, John Haggerty, Sami. St. John, Thad- is a hand'omne sample of what can be done ; tile grass Dunning and myself, (Mr. Tooke has been heard
deus B. Wakeman, and John Leonard. is well selected and well worked in every respect.-- to say) we were generous, for we gave the girl
1J, Leather oaots and Sh5es.-, a.rs. Gideon The gentleran's hatmade by Misses Nestalland Bla- who waited on us a penny a-piece ; but Kenyon,
LIee, Peter MI(Cartee, and James Jarvis. grovI, deserves iparicular attention, from tltecirciri- who always knew the value of money, sometimes
Several diretionarypreiumswere placed ice of t having been ade by you lades ony rewarded her with a all-peny ad sometimes
rterha tsot tire lrmittmes tobe awarded1aod years ot age The hates well mtadc, and
1 tlhe hands oft the CoLusmittees, to be awarded sh|ewsthat fiher attention hadheen drawn to the ina- with a. promise.
in their respective departments, without refer- king ofalad 's hat, their workmanship would have Mr. Horne Tooke was of opinion that gar-
o!nce to the limitations which govern tile regu- stoon tfiird in comparison with the others exhilbted.- deners possessed more genius and knowledge than
far premiums. Aln elegant gra-s bonnet, made bv MiSs A ntira Wood- any other class of inen in tile same rank ofsocie-
-[The Reports of the above Committees, and the ward, of East Haven, Connectikut, Hwas also exhibit, ty."'
ed. Oliis t. ei iret given in our paper of yes- 'd. lhichis c ndtidered eqial to any L, ghorn hat of LONDON, Sept. 7.
ieas.] the saine number, and it is 'ertatilj superior in brdl- NJapoleon Borzaparle.-Yesterday a case of a
S of the e inig Comitt h a le ass to atyiuIt '1t1ed. in inuil.tliuau rtIng very singular nature occurred at the Bow-street
r, )|rI of the examining Commtitees have h I t s sQtit I ss'ial iu tih gras should lie l ofice. The celebrated Ctunt Bertranl the con-
:,ci'omi,an'ed their awards with rlnAirlks, whictih t iuil z imien til braid of ufioru wldth. lit bleachingelebrate C
-otirCouinailttee suljoin. -pringwarer should be iied, aid tile liquidl nmatut paion of Bonaparte in his exile at t. Helena,
Th'lie Cojounitte on horses, have paid that at -t rowns with per..l e h tu loat an ,eggf or lutatue, and and executor under his will, appeared before R.
rntinai to lhn. particular duty assigned- them, wiihenthe tpi'raw i sa.iturlted it should ibe sutpeindedlon Birnie, Esq. accompanied by Sir Robert Wilson,
which ; the great tintiortatice of its object seeuie a ettig till ii has done dropping, and then cnrelully in consequence of a warrant having been issued
it ia :,lid. al after i*I f.I-i A 1 1% ., LnaV -uspe',ided it a ibox nearly tight, ariil a ichafing dlis to search the residence of the Count for a bust of
"n al ,alt er ah .,. or o ignied harcual woa th poundeit roll bIriltonle his illustrious monster, which it we *',l :. I1 .,
aware.d the pr]eceeding ,*en,...o., i. h.. i ey ,trewed onti the op, placed underneath thi bux, s. the property of Dr. Burton, late a i,,.lx. .h tlho
Uli.,i;l prper to acconltany with somn explain. thal the luunes ti iaI pervade the whole bod) or the property oft r. Buton, late a .1
t..)ry observations. ara .s : one hour is enough for tile operation, bhu the establishment at St. Helena.
As tre.ards Air. Van Ranst's American E- box should remain closed and ihe grass untouched The following are the circumstances of the
tiips.,: Ti'is iilre, both on the sidLe of he sire til dry case. Previous to tile death of Bonuparte, he
:,nd dain, iti pedigree, is mandoubtedlv equal ti The Committee on Domestic Maniu';ictures, 'had given directions to his executors that his bo-
lty oelle now in tilh United states, w hil,.heex. supple ent;rily report, that a piece of linen dy should not be touched by aniy person-after
litoitsin a rci:artbihle degree, symmetry oflrui shirting offered by .lohn Alexander, of Orange his death, however, CountBertrand directed Dr.
and grec.t muscular strelgthi, together wilh ac- county, and also sundry pieces t'f diaper table Autoinarchi to take a bust of him-but not being
utility, previio.nat nd uniitirulityii his moveiients. cloths, were, by accident, not examined by the able to nfid a material which he thought woulil
'Tih-.. qu:liities well coniubned coustitute, as we committee until after the premitumshad been de- answer thepurpose,he mentioned the circumstance
conceive, the essential vainlue ofa horse, and ret- flared. They further state, that the pi ce ,'i to Dr. Burton, who promised that he would pro-
tder him most competent to tile perlormancc o linen shirting was equal, if not superior, to any cure some if possible. Tlie Doctor, in pursuance
any service for winch he may be required. ,fflered at the Fair, and that the diaper, (althi' of this promise, took a boat, manned, and pick-
Tile blood mare Cynesa, owned by Mr. Thos. as to quantity not conaing witinn the rules of the ing up rlaw materials on the island, some dis-
Pearsall, of New York, was considered entitled society) was of fine and elegant fabric." tance from Longwood, he made a plaster which
ti) he first premium, as being of fine form, good, .Mount Vernon, ( V. York.) Oct. 24, 1821. he conceived would answer the purpose. When
size, pure iooud, and of an age that renders her e lie showed it to Dr. Automarchi he said it would
Very valuable. FROM LONDL)wN PAPERS. not answer, and he refused to have any thing to
lin awarding the second premium for a brood Reccined at the Ofice of the Commercial Advirtirsi. do with it-in consequence of which, Dr. Bur-
mare, some diliculty arose in the minds of the LONDON, Aug. 20-30. ton proceeded to take a bust himself, with tilhe
committee, wien:h resulted however, in granting A short time since as Mr. and iMrs. Stephens. sanction of Mesdames Bertrand and Montholon,
it to Mr. James Bathgate's mare, .Maid ofthe of Cirencester, were walking on the banks ofthe who were in the room at the time. An agree-
Onaks. The animals of tris description exnihlted canal, the former encountered a labourer, with iment was entered into thai copies should be made
lor inspection were. numerous, and their general whom he entered into conversation, whilst his of tile bust, and that Doctors Automtarchi and
excellence proves that our agriculturists are in- wife walked forward. He afterwards followed Button were to have each a copy. It wasfound,
/ltc-iCed by a l;,u'Iable spirit in thcir '..--ctions, her, and his grief ad astnishi, cu t, mtty be however, that tilte plaster 'as itst sfi c:c etly 'i :-
ani thlat they are convinced of the implortaince easily imagined ot reaching a point of the ca- rutble lr the purpose, atdI it was proposed to sentd
and necessity of improving to a rational extent, nal, where lie expected to join her, to find stone the original to Englmd, to have copies taken.-
this valuableraceofanimals. Inawarding these labouring mien actually dragging out ofthe wa- lien Doctor Burton, however, afterwards en-
premiums, your committee think proper to re- ter a corpse, the beloved partner of his age.- (ultledI for' the bust, lie wits informed that it was
mark, that in mursuance of what they supposed It is supposed that Mrs. Stephens had left the path packed and nailed up, but a promise was made,
to tai the views and intentionsofthe Society, they to look at the plan of a swing bridge, which is to that upon its arrival int Europe, an application
did not consider as brood mares, such as had be placed over the canal at this spot, adi being should bei made to the family of Bonaparte for
never produced a colt, or even not now in breed- seized with sudden giddiness, had fallen on her tie copy required by Doctor Burton. On its
ing. This necessity excluded Mr. Claudius le- head into the water, and life became instantly ex- arrival, Doctor Burton wrote to the Count to have
don's Ibeautilul mare Angelica, and some others tirict. his promised copy, but was told, as before, that
of pecuhlar merit. In estimating the merit ol a IMilitary Ieroine.-The following case came application would be made to the fifmily of Bona-
brood maria your committee in addition to figure before the court of assize at Metz, early in the part for it.
and action, attached great importance to pedi- present month. Doctor Burton, upon this, applied to Bow-
gree and pa.t perform-ance, as evidence oi excel- A woran was brought up, for examination street for a sear'li warrant, in order to obtain the
lence. Int this view of the subject,; the .Aaid of on a charge of vagrancy, and also of having bhst, as lie conceived lie had a right to it. A
the Oaks although advanced in years, and exhi- used violence to wrong some of the citizens, warrant was issued, and Taunton and Salmon,
biting some marks ofdecline, was entitled to nigh It appeared that she had served as a soldier two officers, went to the Count's residence, in
consideration. she isde-cended irom some oi the from the age of twelve to her sixty-fourth year, Leicester-square. When they arrived there, and
best stock in this country, and her performance during which she had fought under the command lhad made known their errand, they were remnon-
on the turf, has rarely been excelled, of Luckner and d'Estaing, and had served as a straitel with by Sir IR. Wilson and the Count,
The first and highest discretionary premium trumpeter for twenty-nine years in Italy, Egypt, who begged they would not act until they had
we awarded Lady Kate, belonging to that spi- Germany, Spain, and Russia, where she was tak- an interview with Mr Birnie, as there must be
rited breeder anmi grict.itur ,lit. W. H Lud en prisoner and sentinto Siberia for the last three some mistake. The oflici-rs politely acceded to
low, of Columbia C-..ti,). i.i fine young years. She had quitted Russia and returned to thuir request, and waved their right of search.--
stock, which Mr. Ludlow exhibited as descended her native country to end her days in peace. She Count Bertrand had, it seems, offered a pecuni-
from this mare, fu nished additional and strong had claimed no remuneration for tier wounds at atry compensation to Dr Burton for his trouble,
evidence of her worth, the hands of the Minister. but it was rather indignantly refused by the Dr.
We have awarded a premium of ten dollars A miserable quariel,provoked by the hardlheart- wiho persisted in the assertion of his right to tihe
to Mr. James Morris, of West Chester, for his edness of the landlord of a public-house, who bust as his own property, and made application
colt, by the Bussurah Arabian, out of his beauti insisted upon having three pounds of bread in for the search warrant.
fui Duroc Mare, as betug of unusual size, of fiue payment for two-pennyworth of wine which tie Count Bertrand, in answer to the case, stated
figure,andjustsymmtetry ofpropoltiou. woman had regaled herself with, was the cir- byDoctor Burton, said, that the bust was ihe
A like premium was also awarded to Mr. Josh- cumstance, that constituted the charge, and property of thle family of the deceased, to whom
ua -Waddinrgton, of West Chester, for his colt, which, if substantiated, would be punish,.bl. by l'e was executor, and he tho't he should not be
at the foot of his dam, by the Bussorah Arabian, five or ten years' imprisonment. The Juy authorized in giving it ipl. If, however, the
being a remarkably beautiful animal, were much moved, by the heroic simplicity of law of this country ordained it otherwise; he
1'i same p5..li"dum was awarded to Mr. N. this courageous woman, who, from her infan- nuist submit-but he should protest earnestly a-
Lloydi, l Lloyd's Nieck, Long Island, for his blood cy, had lived but to serve her country. She spoke against it.
colt, I)y the celebrated horse Duroc. of her wounds as of trifles which gave her no con- The Worthy Magistrate having sworn the
This geimtlemaau also exhibited from his stud a cern. She was acquitted, unanimously, and a Count Bertrand to the fact, that lie was exe-
number of saujects that were much admired. subscription commenced for her, to testify the cutor, under the will of Bonaparte, observed,
The Coitmittee on Bulils and Cows. &c. say interest she had inspired.-Journal du Com- that it was a case out of his jurisdiction alto-
that they have noticed, with approbation, a re- mere. gether, and if Doctor Burton chose to persist
markably fluie red cow and calf, exhibited by Mdelancholy Accident.-A most distressing e- itn his claim, he must seek a remedy before ano-
Mr. Fink, of Orange. Also, a well formed and vent happened at one of the Slatherill coal-pits, other tribunal.
valuable cow with a yearling calf and a calf by near Audley, originating, we understand, in a The case was dismissed, and the warrant was
her side, belonging to I'homas Storm, Esq. with neglect of duty in the persons whose attention cancelled
an interesting description of her mode of feeding, was required to clear the mine of tile foul air, and hndia Intelligence..-Bombay Couriers of the
and a cat eful statement of the quantity of milk who unfortunately fell a sacrifice to their temeri- 20th and 28th of March last, which have lately
obtained from her. Also, a very fine calt, ol the ty. Owing to the wakes and r .ces in the neigh- arrived, contain the official accounts of a gal-
North Down breed, belonging to Jolm A. King, bourhood, the pit had been unemployed the pre- lant enterprise, by which the refractory tribe of
Esq. Also, a fine imported cow,. belonging to vious week, and, in consequence, an increased Beni Boo Alli was totally defeated-and ofa se-
Peter Schermerhorn, Jr. Esq. The committee accumulation of inflammable gas had taken ries of operations against the city of Mocha,
recommend that exhibitors, iu future, should be place ; notwithstanding which, the usual precau- which terminated in the destruction of all the
very particular int giving full accounts of the tion of suspending achaffingdish or lamp of fire in forts, the submission of the Imamn, and the con-
breed of their cattle, and their mode of feeding the communicating pit, to rarify the air, and elusion of a treaty, by which not only repara-
them. draw out the obnoxious part fioin the working tion has been obtained for the indignities offered
Trie Committee on'fat Cattle, were much gra- pit, wits not taken until the morning of the acci- to the British Representative, but great commer-
tified with tjhe particular statement given by dent, which, when, in regular work, should be cial advantages have been secured. Major Getn-
Mr. John Tredwell, of Queens, of the mode of done the preceding evening. About eight o'clock eral Smith, in his letter to the commander ini
fattening his oxen, and the accuracy with which in the morning of the day above tuaned, four men chief, states the particulars, and the result of the
he had ascertained the expense of bringim g them and five youths were at work in the pit, when tthe attack of the enemy, which,l on being repulsed,
to the flue condition in which they appear, d.- inflammable gas came in contact with the flame put the British troops itn possession of his fortift-
'hioy were also much gratified with the exhibit of the candle by which they were working, and ed position. Thie principal action fell on the
tion by tile Messrs. GCIbous, of Albany, of a fat ignited, when a most tremendous explosion took right brigade, under Lieutenant Colonel Warren,
heifer, particularly worthy of public notice- place, and the flame issued from the mouth of of his majesty's 65th regiment, witil about four
and likewise Mr. John Browu's exhibition of a the pit as from a furnace. The whole of the par- hundred rank and fie of that regiment, and a-
supe',ior fat cow. ty became a sacrifice to the effects produced.- bout three hundred of thme lst-7tlih .Native infant-
Toe Conimmittee on Swine express some doubts Soon as possible, means were taken for descend- ry, which sustained a very heavy loss. The en-
whether Mr. Delanricy's exhibition of his sow and ing into the pit ; several persons went down, but emy left upwards of two hundred killed in the
litter of tnU pigs, (they being a year old and es- wetd unable to proceed for want of pure air, and field, and reckoning those they carried off, and
timated to ave?-age300 lbs a piece,) came strict- sustainedil injury in the attempt-one to such ex- those who fell in the'subsequent attack ofth .'-
lywittiu the orders of the society. But they tent, that his recovery is considered doubtful, in tadel,histoulta lousscannotbe less than fivehuidred
add that Mr. Duelapcy's zeal and useful la consequence oha second explosion. About eight killed and wounded. There are also two hun--
borsi as a. Agriculturalist, entitle i m, (m all o'clock it the evening two men descended, and dred and 36 prisoners who bore arms, so that the
dloubtt ul cases) m the opinton oh the committee, found the bodies of the sufferers, and they were tribe is conside.'ed as effectually put down.
to thie couten 'Thie Comanttee of Arrangements also noticed very mangled condition. Not less than a thou- The Arab expedition us just returned ; and as
severalingeniousimuplemcts of husbandry, such sand spectators were collected on the mnouriitl I suppose you gentlemen of England, who sit
as ploughs, drills, .nning mols, &c. Theiy were occasion. The fnrce occasioned by the explo- at home at case' must take a very lively interest
particularly struck, likewise, with two paite of sion was such as to tear up the railway at the in every thing which your more euterprisingbreth.
geese, oh extraordinary size, and of very delicate bottom of the pit, shatter and destroy different ren are doing, I must tell you that this said expe-
al beautitiul feather, iumpmted lroum Germnany articles, and ciuse great devastation. The re- dittoni, touse a vulgar phrase, has been a conm-
by ,lr. Meyer.-TIhey almost seemed to belong mains of the deceased were interred in Audley plete humbug. The Beni-Boo-Alli tribe, or sons
to the sxwan tribe. church-yard on Thtursd y last ; and the accident of Father Alli, are a most wretched, poor, inusig-
Ticuhle rlyti tte upon Iln oestic Matafetures pra being of the most awful description ever recol- nificant band of the Wahiabee sect, but desperate
Mieuiars ly H and W KI tl-ones01 i fa l id iei e di ltcIted int that neighbourhood, shme thousand per- and daring, having nothing to lose, and living by
Qu ss J H ouy,(L.a.) MrW LudoIew, of Cod Suite sonls were collected to observe the solemn scene, their sword. However, such as they are, they
ac, and J Dliva'ergue, Dutchess Counuty; the cott ti our tmen of the name of Barnett, a father, two gave our troops more trouble than enough, and
goods, ltrvariety Iand wivorkmiauisiip, liroal there attea- outs, an1 at grandsoi, were toaonIg the suflemers. indeed .had on more than onue occasion like to
sau actor ; Sewing ilk by Mists Mary Brush. w Verdict of the coroner'sjury, accidental, have sullied the lustre of our arms. As it was, 1
le't Jinemer ,.oumir,, the deiic.eney in weight ouIti A young loscius or Roscia, for she is of the fe- believe they have fromi first to last, killed more
t' .. t it a p'eiluim ; l'loreat)ie ,f 1 itricai nminine gender, is astoaisfing the ihabitauts of of our men than they themselves can number ; for
S ith' ws tuli t. ', isio o e1aannded lhet p Durham. She is in her eleventh year, and has I dto not suppose that they exceed 1,000 fight ngg
Cou,, r ianes by G. Crauiani, tud a piece o0 Linl pei1fomed the -lclress of all /orkJ, L ittlePickle, men. They are not strong in appearance, but
.. .. Lou.neriaies, y John Aie. indr j Borslei t ts e iurios, and Gregory in fth.e ock are active anoi hardy, very little incumbeired wtli
:- ,,,' %;rL( ) ; Jot, Jurl'V 'L",' a ". Lit'In:, to which sne ad.s that of t'"!/lrck clothing or arms. They are as dark as ihe na-


ting l l,!eil ani. I lel 0) John f i'Gteeiti ; na '.ar.- il parts of which iue are told that she is ii lnita- tives of this country, but the chief is a good-look-
Ie: ead I lutu tby lMessrs Firthh : Hall ;a itin e a\V ble. tHer Ollapod, Pangloss, ain Aolyrillo, s.ivs i..- .. ..-ll,.. ., d a t rather a ....I.I,-. I ,,,. maln.
1'ro t ,1', by ers. 1.. 'enec &( t 0'. t same ail ouit iare equally/ imliressice; and I am sure tuat if we hai d given the.o one-lihit of
LrojLv.'sy, i 'a y Ne. '1';I. Glass ^- U lli tlniii" I her singing ;iid nhimicitug are no: inferior to her o- what the expedition cost us, they would have
aS'glo'urs, hs .\es N-l. .,la hdi -'h fi am, age't1 i,.r perfom'"mances. II shoIrt the distinctions of done any thing required of ilhem. It is said that
eand I C, t r tis5 i, lit, >oll a 'es-
ib,1 E!riz, W MiV 'Nllctl':on, al't i',tis, o)peuaa aht is, ai c age i'tl sex ill before her, and hert iame is Fish, the King ol Persia is not over and above satisfi-il
'tle A'Ih-sesa tarolueint anit Loisa so J.a Tte Coult er-Ailss Clura Fusiher. witll ourl general proceedings ; but I dio not ihiik
teu bg cave to sihilnt i ,t i a,,orris u. li prisomnentn for debt is said to have been first lie is likely to prove very stubborn. Thle Rus-
il porlant ," t u,,1 tu introliduced ill favour of lle Barous, to enable sians are senditig an emitissy to ]okhaio, iaccom.
t ie siiictlers ... ..1 'he G;ipsy flat made bi heanLo bring tuteii sIewards to book." This prac- panied by troops and ai Lillery. lThis look
iet-oS Mary amd Haunah Hiedges, ofLEast Haiunpt, twice has been condemned by two very different stre.c- w' it c;ui they wanting Tartary?


ARTICLES.
Ashes, Pot,
Pearl,
Scans,
Beef, Vless,
l- urile,
-- Cargo, new,
Bottles, porter,
Bread, Pilot,
-- Navy,
Crackers.
Bristles, Russia,
-- Amnericant
Butter, first quality
-- iforexporut"
Candles, nouttld,
d- ipped,
Cheese, Ainericalln,
Chocolate, New-Yr
Albanyt
Cocoa, Caraccas,
Is-- island,
-- Cayenne,
-- Surrinant,
Coffee, W. 1. best
-----__-2d qu
------3d
Corks, Velvet,
--- Common,
Cotton, Sea-Island
Georgia, U
-- New-Orleaii
Alabama,
-- Tennessee,
CA LCUTT1A i
Cossas,
Baftas,
Blue Gurrahs,
Hilel Maiuootiesa'
Giirrahs,
Seersuckers,
CANTON S
Crape,
Sinchews, 30 yard
Sarsnets, do.
Florentines,
Sewing Silk, assort
4-4 Black Handke
Calcutta Bandann
-- Flag JHa
Currants, Zant,
Duck, Russia, froi
to tile hli
Ravens,
--Dutch,
American,
Englisht, N
-- Russia she
Do. d
DOMIESiTIC
White Shirting,
Brown Shirting,
'3-4 Checks,

4-4 Checkts,
Stripes,
Plaids,
Bedritks,
Chiamnbrays,
Feathers, live, fori
--- America
Fish, dry Cod,
-- do. Scale,
-- Pickled Codl
-- nSalon,
-- Fall Maicka
--Southerun Sli;h
-- Colne'clictit
-- Herrigs,
-- lo.. New
Flax,
Fruit, Raisins, Il1
-- Do. M
FLO Ui q.N'l)
New-York iuperfii
Philadelphia,
Baltimonre,
Alexandria,
f r,.. i. .- l.i ii.,
-.,, ',,,,.-... I. ( ,l 1
.e .,.I- u I ne,,

Rye Flour,
I udian Meal,
---___ in hi
Wheat, NMothi-Rir
Southern,
Rye,
( 'orn, yellow, Nor
-- Southern,
.arley,
e )ats,
Furs, Beaver, Not
do. Southtl
-- Raccoon,
-- Muiskrat,
-- Martin, Can
--Bear,
-- Red Fox,
-- Mink, North
l-- Minuk, South
-Otter, North,
-- do. South,
Glass, English, 61
-- do. 7
-- do. 8t
---- do. 310
-e- American
---- do.
---- (o.
Glue, Irish, best,
-- American,
Gunpowder, Aime
E- Lngl
Hams, North Rive
Hemp, Russia, ch
-- American,
Hogs Lard,
Honey, Amterican
Hops, 1st and 2d
Horns, Ox,
lHIorn Tips,
Iron, Pig,
-- Country,
-- Russia,
-- Swedes,
-- English, ass
Sheet,
-- Hoop,
Leather, ot al,
-- Dr.tsed,
--- Upper, n
LII/If' ERTi-l i
Boards, Oak,
Nos'th R[ivrr Piue,
Yeiktv Pine,
Albany Pine Boar
Scantling, Pine,
----- Oak,
Oak Tihnber,
I. .1. !, Cyprus,
----- Pine,

Staves, White Otal

-- R. Oak Hh
Hhd. Heading,
Heops,
Molasses, Wert-li
---- New-Or
Mustard, America
---- in bottle
Nails, cut, all sizes
'wroi't'

Nail Rods,
Nankeens, Blue,
----- Short,
------ Long, C
------ ,White,
Naval Stores, Tar
Pittch,


-- Spirits
Oils, Florenlce, 3
- do. 121
- Olive,
- Linseed, Dluti
do. Ami
- Whale,
-- S'a-Elophant
- SpermI StltUN


NiEW-YO IlK




CORRtEC'ED FRiOtMeC. TURNER & CO'S. PRICECRENcuTxt'.


fom1 TO
Per S cts. $ cts
ton 117 50
S118 75 120
. 7


3 75
8ge. 8 50
cwt. 4 50


3
6


30
29i
29
30
12
26
14
17
13
12

2 924
1 75
3 12
3 50
2 63
8 75

9 50
20
15 25
12 50
2 75
9
3 95
4 25
12

15 50
10 25
25
14
32
16 50
15

14
11
16
19
28
16
19
28

13
35
2 50
1 25

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5
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4 25

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68
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leans,
ni, lb.
s, doz.
),S lb.

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poe.
Yellow,
Compallny,
ut, bbl.


nitine, soft,
s of do.
flacks, box
bultdks, bIask
gall.
ch,
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4
6
9
187 50
150
9
8
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20o
10
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75
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18
16
18
15
14
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67
38
26

42
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27
36
56
1 25
8
10
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1 17
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1 71
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37
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1 25
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7
65
50
22
14

15
9
18
22
30
12
13 50
13 50
31


45
15
28
17

17
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4 87
3 00
3 25
4
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10 25

10 62

15 50
13
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9 50
4
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10 75
27

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16 50

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21
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40
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1 12
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5 75
7 50
12


ARTICLES.
Oils, Sperm. Winter,
- Liver,
Paints, Red Lead,
- -White, dry,
- do. ground its oil,
---- Ochre, yellow, dry,
-- do. ground in oil,
- Spantish Brownd, dry,
---- do. ground in oil,
- Varnish, bright,
- do. black,
--- Vermillion, English,
- do. Chiness,
Lampblack,
Peas, White, dry,
-- Green,
Pipes, short,
Plaster of Paris,
Pork, Cargo, nevw,
- Prime, new,
-- Mess, new,
Porter, London,
- do. Brown Stout,
--- American do.do.
Rags, Foreign,
- -Country,
Rice, New,
Salt, Turks-Island,
-- Isle of May,
- St. Ubes,
- Lisbon,
--Cadiz,
- Liverpool blown,
-- do. ground,
Seed, Flax, clean,
- do. rough,
-- Timothy,
Shot, all sizes,
Skins, Deer, iin hair,
--- do. shaved,
Soap, American, white,
--- do. Turpentine,
Spelter,
Spices, Cassia,
SCnlaumon,
--- Cloves,
Ginger, race,
pure do. ground,
--- Mace,
---- Nutmegs,
Pepper,
-- Piimento, Spanish,
Steel, Germani,
-- Swedish,
--English, Crawley,
-- -Blistered,
--- do. Country,
Brandy, Cogniac, Martell's,
-- Bordeaux,
--- Spanish,
Ruin, Jamaica, 4th proof,
--St. Croix, 3d do.

-- ..... tiianld, 3d do.
N. England, 1st do.
Gin, Holland, 1st proof,
--- Country,
Whiskey, rye, in hhlds.
----- do. ill bbls.
--- Apple, in bills:
* ',- Muscovado, prime,
-- d Iand 3 quality,
--- New-Orleans, a-imne,
2 .1I ,,.-i _, 'I" 1,hr_
I flavana, white,
---- 2 nd 3 quality,
---- Havana, brown,
--- d a ;d 3d quality,
Lump,
Loal,;
Tallow, foreign,
.--- Aerican,.
T'a, 1ysou,
--- oulng Hyson,
Hyson Skin,
-- Souchong,
Congo,
-- Bolea,
Tinl, in plates, 1-3d X,
-- Block, India,
Tobacco, Ricinnound,
Pu---- ttrsbtrig,

--- I- *- I ',-. It,
----. Swt. Set. No. 1 to 3,
Twine, .Seine,
-- Sewing,
Wax, Bees, yelhov,
----- while,
Wiue, Muadeira,
--- Sherrv,
L-Teunrilte, L. P.
--- Lishbon,
Malaga,
-- Port,
Sicily Madeira,
ool, Vlertno, washed,
-- do. unwashed,
---- breed, washed,
---- .S breed, washed,
-- do. unwashed,
conummon, washed,
-- American Hatters,
DRUGS 4- DYE-STUFFS,
alphabetically arranged.
Allun,
Aqualfortis,
Arrow Rooot,
S ..a,. 11 whit,
-... Capivi,

'Ii., .''s. Li. P.
--- i.ed,
-- Carthagena,
Borax, refined,
Z. .211. m..,
... sulproll,hr,
------- jilor sulphur,
.. crude,
Camphor, rtfiined,
---- crude,
Chalk,
"..,, I ,. ,1.
S.I ,, tloot,

.. ,,1.1 ,,f Tartar,


30 **.I ts,
3 25 .,,,. i. .'.).tl, India,
2 L) -- Soutli-Anitiercia,
S -- A ninouiiiacln,
-- Arabic,
17 -- T'ragacantIt,
20 --- A sailhtiidal
-(-- tii it'ctiiil,
15 -- ~tnegiacil,
Gentian l oot,
i hdigo, itlou lit,
--- eiugl,,
2 50 --New-Orleanis,
'i_ ., Spaiush,
S--- Koot,

....- Rloots, Smyrna,
I I ..-. l key,
35 I -- Sorts,
37 li i",
il' i, tor,
1 37 -- i riol,
10 'nil l.', ol.,
14 i i .
1 '0 9 ,; .
1 38 I **, ,. i India,

i cruide, East-Inldia,
1 12. ---- bentucky,
212 .,
,r t 1"* American,
2 ----- aL-tni,
S50 SiuiaLiuck, Sicily,
Si -t lrout a,
5 50 -nake Rolot, Sen.
1 10 -- ----- irlnaa
Soap, Castilfe,
Squills,
33 Vilrwol, Romant,
4 ',, 11iini0g,
7ri -... ...... .. ;, w h] e,


FROM TO
Per. ecs. cts
gall 87 90
bbl 12 13
c wt 10
12 50 13
10 13 50
1 25 1 50
Ulb. 6
cvt. 2
lb. 6
gall. 28
28


4
5

3 25
6 25
8 25
14 50
2 50
3
1 25
5
4 50
4
62
56
56
53
50
50
48
9 50
8 75

9 75
20
33
12
9

31
2 50
1 12
4
5
2 25
1 75
23
.29
12
6
14
12
130
1 65
1 50
1 20

82
78
74
40
83
34
32
34
35
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9
10 50
10


10 25
9 50
15
17

12
9o
82
56
52
40
33
11 25
18
64

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9
30
40
34
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2 25
1 510
1 25
1 37
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1 35
70
35
45
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27
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60
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1 70
1 56

1 17 .
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93
38
33
35
39
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10 25
16
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16
18

12
1 5
86
60
55

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7
6

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2 50
1 53
1 50
75
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1 40
75
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AGENTS FOR THE I YORK SPECTATOR%
IN UPPER CANADA.
Kingston-John Macaulay, Esq. P. M,
.Niagara-John Crooks, Esq.
Queenston-W. G. Hepburn, Esq.
IN LOWER CANADA.
Chambly--J. Sexton, Esq. P. M.
Montreal--Mr. Mower, Courant Office,
Mr. Gray, Herald Office.
Mr. Cunninghamn's Book Store alra.
Library.
J. Williams,Esq. Post Master.
Three Risvers-Edward Sills, Esq.
Quebec--Mr. William Sims.
Ir The price,-including the U. S. postag e, Ji
10s. Od. Halifax currency, per annunm.

THE FEMALE ACADEMY,
AT JAMA1lICd, LOJVG-ISL.IjVD.
RS. BARTLETTE & MISS BARNUM.
convey their grateful thanks to their fiends
for their late liberal patronage, and take this
method to inform them, that the Winter Session
will commence on the 5th November. The same
system of instruction, annd the same regard to
the health and improvement of the Scholars will
be pursued nowras heretofore.
oct 22-Ct&S2t* -
YOUNG LADIES' ACADEMY,
J'EWVTOW I', LONG-fSAND.
RS. BRUCE atd MISS LEDYARD will
re-open this Institotioi on the 1st of NO-
veimber, after the fall vacation, where Young La-
dies are received either as boarders or day Scho-
lars. The following branches ire taitghi in tre
Academy, viz:-Readiung, Writing, Arithineir,
English Grammar, Geography with the use of the'
(li ., .-.:.r i...,, History, Composilion, Draw-
ing in Water Colourd, Painting, Needle Work
of every desciptiont, French and Music. For
cards of termisc, and further particulars, apply to'
Mr. P. L. Vandervoort, No. 111 Broadway,
New-York.


oct 22-C'!t&SSw

"' Y ;'dir of the honorable Thomas Strong
.:-- tiret Judge of the C,,rt ofComnnon Pleas,
in aid for the county of' Suffolk, notice is heilhy
givun foI" the creditors of DUniel 1. hiarris, of the-
of town of Souflhaimpton, il the said county, an itsoivent
20 dlbtoi to appear before the said udgi, al his dwelling
S hoIis,, in tlhe town i of Brookhaven, inl the said: oun-
ty, nil the fifth day of D)ecember next, at two o'-
clock i the al'ernoon ofthat. day.to showmc use. if
15 any they hata. viwhy an assignment of ihe said insoi-
vei't's estate should not be made, ibr the hellit of ill
0 ilus creators, and that the tprson oof ilh sajd insolt
387; vent itay he for ver tlIv eafter exempt tit t'l in till ar-
S j rest or ihuprls)t'linelt i'bror biy rei.si O oif ay ldeti or
11 debhts ndue l1t t imhe e iiofaking such aitsiniinelit, or
S coi racit'd for helore that Lime, I ..'.. ii tilvable afl
tertvrards, andi also. if in priont, Iro.ii his, impri-on-
i .. d...:.h. o ial Act of the L- e~:,., -f t; e
r'k,et i c tied, An l i .h imrl-
I prisoluniett for debt in c'-rta;ni cases.'"-Dated the
cig;!!L: ay cA Octouer, 121. Oct 12 Slantdw

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References hi N. York. Referenses at NewtowA,.
Rev. Dr. Rounley, Rev. Mr.Johiosoi,
Dr. Joseph Bayley, Rev. Mr. Goldsmith,
Mr. & Mrs. Bethuine, Mr. Van Sindereni,)
Mr. W. L. Vandervoort, Mr. Halsey, I
Mr. P. L. Vandervoort, Mr. A. Fturmna, }
Mr. A. Remsen, 3
ot 23-Clt&Slm Capt. Ebbets, J '
STEPHEN DANDO,
H-A T ./IA NUF ACT UR E R,
AT HIS LONG ISTABLISIIED HAT STORE,-
Ncr. 9, (FORMTERLY No.I 11,)
.MAIDEN-LANA,, NEAR BROADWAY,

C ONTINUES to offer for sale, wholesale and
retail, Gentlenmen's Beaver, Castor, Imita-
tion and Water-proof Hats; also, Younrls,. Boy's
and Childr'en's litto; Men's a id! Boy's Wool;
ditto ; Servants' Hats, weth gold and silver bands.
SitGWIE HATS made to order.
Trimmings, Bowstrings, Paper and Tipping
ditto for Hatters.
N. B. S. DANDO, at the next door, No. 73, has
for sale, an assortmentof all the books published
by tie Melbodist Book Agents, and at the same
prices. Bishop AsburN'sJournmal ,just published
iu 3 Octavo volumes, at $5 50, is very interest-
ing-no iman, perhaps, living, travelled the Uni-
led States as extensively as did Bishop Asbury,
for upwards offorty years. LifeofHenry Lang-
don is also particularly interesting, price 50 ets.
f '. ,. .,.n' .Mtiodist Episcopacy, by the Rev.
lN IS -.. .-', i- .1 Minutes of Conference, &c.
&c. &c.
Subscriptions for the elthodist Magazine, re-
ceived as above.-Price $1 50 per anu.-paya-
ble in advatnee. For sale, the NEW HYMJN
BOOK.-Price 75 cents., oct 11-Clt&Shli

TO LET,
a__c For a thrmn of years,
~~ The Fulling Mill and Machinery, at
[ B1 u the Village of Cross River, i thie town
of South Salem, Comity of West Chester, and
State of New-Yorit. Said Stand is considered
one of the best inh the country for Carding and
Cloth dressing. The buildingswhich were burnt
last season, are now r. .uil;. .,. and will be put
in good order by the i .I ,.. ri. season for dres-
sing Cloth. Said property being owned by Mi-
nors, is wanted to be leased to an approved work-
mnan ifor several years-such an one applying will
meet with due encouragement.
For particulars relating to said stand, &c. ap-
ply to JAMES CHURCH, near tile premises.
Cross River, August Ist, 18-21.
aug 1-Clt&Stf

SPRINGFIELD BANK NOTES exchil.,tngeid
at one per cent. discomit, by
HENRY DWIGHT, Brocer,
out 8-S 55 Wa'l-street.

NOTICE.
P'- HE subscribers, apmointedl by the Hon. S -
ll' prior Courl, oft the State iof Connecticut,
holden at Litchfield, within, and for hle coni y of
Litchfield. on the thlir. Tuesday of l'Auust, 1821,
Cl'oimlnisionlers ou thle estaieof l'Au ustusC. Chapin,
of! Goshen, in said county, one of the partners in the
late firm of Wadhams &tCahaoin, tie said Augustus
(C. Chapin baking been by sail, Col"tr adjiidgtid an
Insolvent Debtolr hereby give nolt "e, thatli we -:lall
meet at the dt elli n house of .teleu II) Deilin Inn-
keeper, in said Litchfiel oinl tle lili day of Deceii-
ber next, auil on the third W esav 'ebrtary
next, and ont the first Wednesday of'April next, at
one o'clock in tlie afternoon of each of said days,
for the purpose of receiving, adjusting and rascertain-
ing the several .i.-.l .!... ,,..1 .., ,. i.. .i c ha-
pin to such of 1, .'I... r..,. .. .l. .... ,pre-
sent the saime.-Dated at Litchfield, this third day
of October, 1821.
WILLIAM M. BURRALL,) Comiis.
OZIA-, SEYMOUR, a sioiers.
oct 22- CIIt&S3w

NOTICE.
l HE subscribers, appointed by the Hon. Sn-
a.t period Court, of the State of Connecticut ,
holder at Litchiheld, within, and for the cIuntlv of
Lfitcliield, on tile third Tuesday of Augilst, 1821,
Coinniissioners on the estate of bavid Tholmson, tif
sail C .. .-, ,..1.r., hy the said Co inr lo he an il-
solveI I (t. ..i ., tci..' ive notice, that we shall
meet at the dwelling iouse of Ste'phen Demniii hirl-
keeper, in said Litchficld. on ithe I ilday uf lueien-
bernext, and onl the third \erodcsriay fol 'ehutsry
inext, tand on ithe first Wedinesdd.v of April nuxtiati
one o'clock-int iii mfi t'rce-miw- n o ,,-!,l oi s:,tIl tdlavs
for the propose of receiving, iidjusting aith asocrtain-
ing the severaIl debts due and i ... ; ,;- 'i'Thi -
sili, to sucti ojfiti cruedintor, as I 1 i l' prc-
stte ttie same.-Datead at Litchliold, lie third day
of October, 1811.
JOHN R. L\N|ION. C.uintUis.
TRUMAN lSMITH, l sionucrs.