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Title: New-York spectator
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New York spectator and semi-weekly commercial advertiser
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E W-YORK SPECTATOR.


VOL. XXV. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 122. NO, 60 WALL-STREET
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between the two countries-anod concluding by the tile laws of Spain; and when, according to them, of Sunday Schools throughout the world isjhappilyi fired at the fort. The inhabitants of St. Andreas not accord with the general policy of this goirerit-
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0. declaration that the necessary measures had been e ihe delnquents are tried and convicted, they shall advancing. The Philadelphia Union,last year, ad-1 ihad volunteered (he schaooer formerly the Mus- moot, and tile power of Congress over the public
adopted by him todefendhisterritorial jursdwition, le punished; then the tribunals established by the de to tir n ber89 scos,73 teachers and of "w-York, and also a number of men. property toe United states. Mr Tetnall moved
AUSTR.CT OF DOCUMENTS ACCoMPANYING THE and for the apprehension of every description of out. coustitutinual law of the monarchy will take cogni .Tdhoere twere alsu 50 men belonging to the Fal- aolastitut rGeorgal theres.lutons bu thl. ast [Thel
Pir E'S[DEN'r's MESSAGE.. laws--Capt't Biddle says these measures consist zance, to which the power of judging and appving 7,7,9 scholars; and expended during the year lor schooner complaints Georgia, seems 10 be this. By the ar-
fCCONtI,UDED.) simplyof alpfoclamnation, in March last, establish- the laws, is exclusively granted--principles Irom boks, $5.00. In Great Britain taiere are 5,887 r:, r ,;, r .. -. Le of the United taclesofcesssiloand agreeentofl 802, betweenthe
Tif ne dou rn istile Rleport othe Secretiary ingcert au regisalsirus witl respect to tle" clearace wicht t tis imosjib fi] me thedeviat)dsit shos 075tahradOi.4 coas ates si sit ship r. ~ F raekli of ar4~ gun, who .....rivnted thtUte s a. teorga t gtil~eca~ne obliga or)ol
list of the piratical vessels, captured by tha vessels which regulations were not enforced, and even if any functionary to deviate from them." wa stated by Mr. Eastbum, that from documents in the Minorca, and left Callao e.1 the 8th Sept. welhas the national rights of the lndians. T,,rough_
ofihe United States Navy. The second, isa listof they were, would be altogether insufticient for the The conclusion of this bianch of the documents, whiich he had seen, it appeared, there were many last,we learn that the Aurora frigateCapt. Pies- the inadvertence of those who were authorized to.
the Navy of te United States in actual service.--- purpose, is a letter from Capt. Spence to the Secretary of "wich were not returned to the too, was lying there. The Doris fgae Capt. make the treates in quest0on or hom some other
Te third, Isa listof thevesselsof the United States Letter 4, is from Lieut. Francis H Gregory, of the Navy, dated Sept. 5, in which he says-" See se ools in England which were not return sabop ereevernon, sailed for Valparaiso about the 25tll c au-e, among o plier provtsiona. certarm( reserves r n
in Ordinary. The fourth, is a list of the vessels the schooner Grampus, tt Cant. Middle, relating to my letter of the3d inst transmitting my correspon- Unioa; consequently, the number above stated falls Angus, with, l,000,000. She was to receive 'e snle were made to particular Inbans The
built and building, under the act for thle"Gradual the capture of the Panchita, dated St. Thomas, Au. Increa asente Navy ;"vand al, ad gen eradl view of ustil4Stmdr afid av its acco a1 ti letter who I egsn me to eg as. u re, tha aleca do, shal Sunoay School cause is espoused hy tihe King, No- board the Alacrity sloop of war, Capt. Spencer, tharlielledrts of e Geria, wbetqu tihere eiisateove
^impoeentsathesevera Boilrg Yards iepovu h prtcl hrce of(Irs'vssl.Al b oue on mee ywhes, itl nation to-- the00 pries"-" h o-^ f "*cp-sp? ^
filt and last, is composed of Copies of Correspon- the facts, howevr-r, relating to this vessel, and her teers fitted out of the island ; that those already out bls, &c. and waittug for her, after which she was to sail thoue reservations, at this moment, any national jtt-
dence between theComnmnanders of our crutsingves- capture, have long been before the public, were equipped before Tw assumed thegovernment; As an evidence of the salutary influence of Sun. for England. The Convey sloop of war Capt. risdiction whatsoever.]
sels, and the Spanish authorities. The following is Letter 5. is from the same officer to the Secretary that he i. opposed lo it, both in his privateandpPbh day Schools, ti|e report slates, that it is believed Ball, swtiled from San Boas in August, for .>g- Ob rm tmnth co Mr. Wood who wanted more i-
ncopy of No. 1. of the Navv, upon the same subject, li. capacity; llal future restraims shall He placed land, with upwards of S2,000,000 on board. formaton, the committee ofthe whole ruse ami re
Four piratical schooners, about40 tons each, and Letter 6,bis from Lieut. James Ramage, nf the U. upon them ; and that he will renmedy all abuses, as that mos& of the mi-ssonaries who have been sent Capt. Thomas Graham, of ihe Doris fdigate, ported progress, and had leave tlr sit again.
one sloop, of 25 tons, n all carrying about 100men, S. schr. Porpoise, to the Secretaryofthe Navy, dat- far as he has the power. That the brig Andrew out from England, received their first impression of died off Cape Horn, and was buried at Vaipirs- COLUMBIA RIVER.
captured by Lieut. Com't. L. Kearney, inthe Unted ed St. Thomas, July 9. 1822. This letter relates to Jackson he had ordered to be set at liberty ; that he vine tr.mi, in those institutions; tlat, in thiscity, iso The next bill in order was the bill to provide for
States brig Enterprize, at Cape Antonio, Island of the affair between the Porpoise, and tlle SpaiiisM should inquiie ito the cause of her detention, andix. n .',,. ,,, r have been hope. The Maria Louisa was bound to Ste Thomasu tse occupationof the mnth of thetholtbia Hiver,
Cuba,Oct. 16]l, 1821, in the actof robbing the A- brigs of war, with which Lien't R. fell in, near St. unless giod and suflicient reasons can be given, he six hundred teacche s and scholars have been hope. The Maria Louisae was bound to St as d the House weothinto committee of lle wholeeon
unerican ship Lucies, American brig Aristides, and Barts, on the 6th of July. The hrigs were under will take steps 10 cause the judge to be removed. In fully converted, and have joined themselves to dif. but was plundered on the 3I day after being .ut, the subject, Mr. C.ampbell of Ohio in the chair., On
English brig Larch; burnt two of the piratical schoo- Mexican colors, but .oon hauled them down, hoist- ,ine, that lie will do his annost ti keep tie laws ol prent churces; and that about thirty are prepar-e ly a smalo Spauih schr., painted black, mount- ,mtion ol Mr, Floyd, the blank for tlhe inambr oC
ners ; the other two, and the sloop, were sent into ed tile Spanish National flag, and comnnenced a tire nations inviolate. That. upon lhe subject of bluck- e aetchu he ; v rlanti n Gshoot l t f Chriet iby oe gs1a with 40 s eh on board. They took mtilesquare to which the Indian irle istohe be exin
Charlestou,-S. C. and condemned, of grape and musketry, without any effect. They ade he can do nothing : it was a question that most nsg to preach he Everlasng Gospel of Ch11s.-1 'away her mainsail, spyglass, the captain's watch guislied wasfilled with thirty; and the blank lotr th
Schooner Moscow, captured by Capt. Robert Hen- proved to be H. C. Majesty's brigs Palmyra, of 14 he sellled between the two governments; the block- Such is the blessed result of Sabbath School instruc- and musket, and several articles belonging to numberof acresto be allowed to each acltual .. iti.
ley, in the sloop of war Hornet, Oct. 29th, 1821, guns and 130 men, and G. Boves, of18 guns mnd 100 ade had been declared by General Morillo, it was rion; and we confidently hope, that the next meet- the crew. who is the head of a family, was In lled will, .0.
sent into Norfolk men--both firoe Cadiz The Spanish Commander recognized, and the conseiincs s ltwes of violating it *h *o ,. i Thp IJ Srates, arl'r Shark It Prryv came to On motion of Mr. Floyd, tle blanks in the bill were
A boat laden with goods, captured by Lt. Com't. alleged tha he mistook the Porpoise for a Patriot were inevitable ; over tis question lie ltnd no con- ing wi11 exhibit rlse schools ,1 this city in a ,o less llu U. Slates seh r Shark Lt. P erry a filled ; respecting wrlch there was no coutentb ex-
Ramage, off Cape Antonio, No)v. 8lh, 1821 ; took vessel. The explanation of the Spanish officer is trol ilourishing condition than those of our sister cities, anchor at Por Royal ounday' i'oa the coastceptias to the one which fixes the salary of tlle Gov.
unt the gnoros, and destroyed the iooat; crew escaped, given, which proves that if he knew how to fight, he Then follows a list ofthe privateers that had been Alter Mr. Easthurn had concluded, the Rev Mr. of Africa, last from lBarbadoes, in nine d, ys. Tlle ernor of the proposed Territory of Origin. Mr.
A schooner of about 35 tons, captured by Lieut. did not know howto write, fitted out in Porto Rico, six of which are named, Shark saluted Fort Charles yesterday with 13 Floyd moved 3000 dollars; Mr. McCoy 2000, and
Com't. Kearney, 21at Dec. 1821 ; crew, about 25, rjLetter 7, is from the same officerto the Secretary and Capl. S. believes there were three or fouraothers. Cox delivered a very neat, forcbie and appropriate guns, which were returned. Mr. Colden 5000. Mr Coldens supported his );>no,,n
escaped, of war.datedl Cnrracoa, July 22, complaining of the The next and last document in this Pamphlet, is address, and the exercises were concluded with sing- by a variety of pertinent arguments, derived from
Six piratical vessels captured by Lt. Com't. Ra- injuries committed on ourcommerce hy Spanish ves- the Report of the Comptroller of the Treasury, to iog and prayer. The managers tjien passed votes CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. the peculiar importance and seclusion of this trut ;
mage, January 7th, 1822; burnt five of them, and se~s of war, in the neighborhood of Porto Rico, and the President, giving a statement of the accounts m.- to which Mr. Floyd did not so much object as appre-
manned one, took three prisoners, and destroyed Crracoa, in consequence of their pretended block- settled on thle 4th of March, 1817 ; the amount since of thanks to Mr. Cox for his address; to the Asso- WasIno'ToN, Tuesday, Dec. 17. head an agreement to it might make others untmnad-
thear depot, &c. on the coast of Cuba. ade of 1200 miles of the coast of Spanish America, settled, and the amount now rmnaining unsettled ; clation of Teachers, for their interesting report; No business of general interest was transacted in ly to the bill. The sum moved by Mr. Floyd was
A large barge taken by gun vessel Revenge, 7th by a force of one old 44 gun frigate, a brig and a but also the amount of moneys drawn from the and to the Trustees of the Church for the use of the the Senate this day. finally agreed to. The bill having been gone through,
Marcih. 1822 ; she was deserted by her crew, and schooner. Four American vessels had bleen cou- Treasury between the 4th of March, 1817, and the In the House of Representatives, eleven petitions Mr. Floyd delivered a speech of nearly one hour ia
evidently fitted for pirat'cal purposes. demned atPorto Cabello, tor a breach of this block- 30th of September,1822 : the amount of lose ann. building, were presented and disposed of. Mr. Golden pre- support of the bill, abounding with luminous facts
Three piratical launches and four barges captur- ade. neys settled for between those days, and the amount -- sented a memorial of Lawrence Kearney, Command- and interesting information. We have not room ev-
ed by Lt. Conhmandant Kearney, in the U. States Letter 8, is from the same officer to Captain Bid remaining unsettled on the last mentioned day ; to The Pirates.-In opposittn to the accounts we erof the U S brig of war Enterprize, on behalf of en for an abstract of it to-day When Mr. F. con-
brig Enterprize, at Cape Antonio, on the 8th March, die, upon ihe samesubject which the Comptioller lias annexed lo the general puhlished yesterday, as to the pirates having relax, himself, the officers and crew of said brig, stating eluded, the counlittee rose, reported progress, ani
1822. destroyed. Letter 9, is from the sane officer to Capt. Laborde, reportexplanatory remarks that, in execution of the orders of the Navv Depart- obtained leave to sit agaiuii and the Houseadjourn-
Two parattcal schoonerseaptured by Lts. Com'ts. of His Catholic Majesty's frigate Ligera, upon the The amount of accnnts nnsettled ed in their operations, it is stated by Capt. Lewis, meut, he captured, in the month of October, 1821, ed.
Perry and Gregory, iu June, 1822, three pirates pri same subject-protesting against th, pretended on the3d of March, 1817, is giv- arrived here from Havana, that the marauders had five piratical vessels, with two of their prizes; that .
soners. blockade, and demanding a release of all vessels en at $103,068,876 41 o y become more bold but more numerous. lie destroyed two of tle piratical vessels, and, with From the Boston Ccntinel of wednesday.
Spanish privateer Palmira, alias Panchita, cap- and property seized under it. Attached to ihis let- Amounr of unsettled accounts on no o the remaining three and the two prizes, arrived in r h o n o s
tured by Lieut. Cum'>. Gregory, August 16th, 1822, ter, is a statement of Arthur Edgarton, mate of the the 31 march, 1817 ; settled be- Captain L ,who left the Havana on the 5th instant, the portof Charleston, in South Carolina, where the Libel Case.-On Monday the trial of Mr. Jo,
sent into Charleston, S.C. brig Gen. Andrew Jackson. giving particulars of the tween that day and the 30th of wan chased by four schooners off Point Yacos, sup. former were lhbelled for condemnation, and the lat. seph 1. Bucktinghamindicted for publishing in the
Five piratical vessels captured by Capt. S, Cas capture and plunderof that vessel by a Spanish pri. September, 1822, 93,175,398 56 posed to be pirates but got clear by fre-h squalls, ter fin salvage ; that the condemnation took place; Galaxy an alleged libel on Rev. John F. Maf-
sin, commnanding United States ship Peacock, on vateer, and the imprisonment of the crew Amount of unsettled accounts oni and the claim for salvagewas allowed ; but that tile fitt, commenced before th'e Municipal Court.-
the-28th ad 30lth Sept. 1822; burnt two ; found 89 Letter 10, is front Capt. Robert T. Spence, of tle lle 3d March. 1817; remaining On the 4th,near Havana, an American schr. Iron costs of prosecution were so enormous as toamount Counsel for the defendant, Mr. Hooper of this
bass coffee concealed in the woods by the pirates : United Stales ship Cyaoe, to the Secretary of tihe unsettled on the 30th September, Philadelphia, under Spanish colours was fired into to upwards of 700 dollars more than was received city, and Mr. Hallett of Providence. On motion
two ofthevesseissenltoNew.Orleans. Navy. dated St. John's, Porto ico. Sept. 3, trans- 1822,(,) 9,893,479 85 bytheGrampus,supposmig hertohee a pirate Capt. bor tioe sale of the prizes; which deficiency tae has of the counsel for the Defendani for peitieission
A Dutch sloop was recaptured from the pirates by mitling correspondence with the Governor of Pproe Anount ofnmneys drawn from the be t mlesalef toe pry; a hih allne ost haosof i o f b Dn piion
Capt John !-l. Elito, comomanoing United States Rico, marked from 4. to G inclusive. The letterto Treasury between the 4th of L. farther states, that just before he sailed, a fleet citing the claim for salvage amount to almost as to gve "'e truth ot e legations in evidence,
brng Spark, in January, 1822, and the prize crew, the Secretary states h is seasonable arrival there, as Mairch. I817, and the 30th Sep- coinisting of ten sail under convoy, of a frigate and much as tile proceeds ol said claim, leaving but a the County Attorney, J.T. Austin, Esq. consent-
seven men, were sent into Charleston, S C. it might be the meansofprevenling unpleasantconi t. ober, 18.-2. 157,199,380 96 brig of war, had arrived at Havana from Cadiz. small balance to be distributed among his crew as ed to the permission. Burt Judge Q'incy re-
Portuguese sllip Mlarano Faliero. captured hy Lt. sequehoes to the Americans there-as the crew of Arnountof moneys drawn from llhe *, p 11i|rize monoey; that the mercliandlie libelled for sal marked, that if the defendant could not demand
Conn't. R. F. Stockton, in the United States schnon- the General Jackson lhad been imprisoned, and there Treasure, between the 4lh 0f The British squadron sailed on a cruise after the prie usyar that tine merchand dolledstdr salthapermdstioia as a right, de wand not wa noompeaen for
er Aiigator, sent into Boston, was much excitement among the Spaniards, inocn March, 1817. and the o0th Sep- pirates on the 3d instant, into the Treasury, and praying that such part of the County Attorney to grant it at pleasure. Theu
The. papers marked No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4, we sequence of the capture of the Panchita, by Lieul temper, 1822 ; accounted lor, 1 isail dunes may be refunded as will make a reasona learned Jwuge then entered very fully into the
must also give entire Gregory. settled between those days, 137,501,451 12 Te Brazils.-Accounts from Rio Janeiro, of the ble compensation to himself, his officers and crew, subject of dhe likely ot the press guaranteed by
Lest qfvessels in the United States' NVavy, now in Letter A. of this series, is from Capt. Spence to Amount of moneys drawn from the h 'or te e risk and trouble they have had in the capture subec h li hpres guar ante
service the Governor of Porto Ric,, urtesting against the Treasury between the4th March, 25ih ol October, received at Philadelphia, sttet aforesaid. Mr C. also presented a peution from Ura Colcsestufii-n liberty which he mtinoainbe
In the Pacific Ocean.-Ship Franklin, 74 guns; infringement of American rights, vessels fined out 1817, aud the 3thh September, that the new Emperor Don Pedro, was proclaimed Wilhaam Townsend, of the state of New-York. set- "l al cases of indictment lor pruning a ibel
schoonerDolplhin,l-2-l. of 1he differ 1 ports of thae island.and the brul 1822; remaining iseiled on the on lli In the Mediterranean.-Frigate, Constitution, 44 treatment of theurew of the General Jackson. This last mentioned day,(b) 19,697,9-29 84 o t o u w t b crowNavy Yard at Nhw-York. six anchors, valued at a !reth of the allegations in evidence. After at
guts; shimpnof war Ontario, 18 do; schooner Non- letter is dated August 25. the 25th of November. Mr. lRoguet. our Consul at consnlerable sum of money; that taeu said anchors able lesquision upon the point, he ruled that lle
such, 12 do. Letter B. is from the same to the same, caling the To~al amount ofn- Treasury, 9,6-48.104 57 Rio, lhad been very active in getting our citizens re- have been removed, without the knowledge of the defendant had a light to give the truth in evi-
On theCoastof Africa --CorvetteCyane,24guns. immediate attention of the Governor to tihe subject accounts on 1 ar 2d Auld'r, 2.4,n1l 6 43 leased from confinement. The following, wlo had petiiioner, and le verily believes ihey have been put dence. [Such it is understood will be the prac-
In thee West Idies.-Frigate Congress, 36 guns ; of the last letter. Your Excellencv, Capt S savs, s etth 'd on he i ara3d Aud r, 8,o!,9-7 1 2 ehe for nlw i eng, w hdit lle SIrvice of the Navy, and prays cohv ensa- bee pt d nce.i t ei irt foi ,h fundrso RB this praim
Corvette John Adams, 24 do; sloop of ,ar Pea. will readily perceive that the violation ofiAmerican 30th Sept.1822 (Navy; 8 96:,901 58 been board te prison shi or nearly twenty to there o n is o or h e th d
cock, 18 do; brig Spark, 12 do; schooners Alligator, rights here complained of. ca:ls for a speedy inter- eight months, owe their liberation to his eKertions: Mr Eu-tis, from the committee on Military A f-
J.2 do; Grampus, 12 do; Shark, 12 do; Porpoise, position of justice-and authority. Justice, that a Total, ,S29 591,,109 6:) Thomas Smith, of Baltimore ; John Banker, Jol fairs, reported a bill to continue tie present mne l' the sam e right, whicb the new constitution i0
12 do; Gun Boat No. 158, 1 do; restitution of thn se captunes may be made, ami na. (a) Of this sumn, in the explanatory remarks it is '],1 rof supplying Ihe anny 01f lle U States, (that is. the Connecticul,and the late waiendmientofro the con-
Sblop of war Hornet, 18 guns, preparing for a thority, to prevent a repetition (f siilar outrages saId that S336,i)17 81). on < the hoiomh ol t!he Rdeaiter liarnard, John Anderson, and Robert Taylor, all of coummissariatl syslem)-which was twice read and stitutiou ta Nev-York, secured to (he citizens
cruise in thy West Indies, at Norfolk, Virginia Letter (_;. is from the same to the same. c,,vermg a of thi wa-iury, coufists of nearly 300 iev ral a,. New York. conunitted Mr. Eustis also proposed a resolution, of those States.] There were ihen exa ninedu
Brig Enterprize, repairing at New.-York, for a memorandum embracing the nameln ol the "es.-els (ounos, which have b.,en accimnlalting since the which was agreed to, requesting ibe President to two witnesses loi the defendant and six for the
cruise in the West Indies. that had teen seized-stating telar sone had beeti conmmoecemienit of tihe govtrnnBti. (il Ie same To the right about.-It is a singular fact, that cause a survey of the Penobscot river to be made prosecution. This examioationl occupied thei
List f fvesselsoflthe Un'tcdStates'JV'avy,inOrdina- seizeri and sent in, and alter a grievo)ts deteni sui ourn" "''e btwoks ofl t- Seco'd Auditnr, $321,5 8 more tilan two thousand bushels of wheat lhave re- with a view of constr .ctmg a fortification oni the whole day, In the evening the cotnse! on hbofr
c r tIfshinp a,. n Ahi f-lhe eistNoftti e .Navy Cora. dealire a in l de a ,, bad prw ;" subject, however, be- 74 liaas ar)cii l rum iflfiers aild co tractors, b w..i en r west side of said river, in te to o ec t e w er ed ane even the court o n ed .
misioers; exclusiveef list nvltbeed 4 fore. a release, t0 pay all the costs of su~t, apci ,me .,"*"* tI[ 116,nd ,liieh. 18;I7 'N,.ly all ',,l these ccu"iy bee[ iopurtrld from Lomhou to this city, and wetsd ^ sa, froi a oversa hetoiof brsect.en sldeE were heard' and thenthle court adjourned.
Ships Independence, 74 euns; Washington. 74 third of the expenses the privateer He protest! frave been reported to tHi agentof lle Treasory for we are told that five thousand bushels are now oil Speaker and Mr. Fuller, that all the bills received yesterdayy morning Judge Quincy submitted thet
do; Frigates United States, 44 do; Guerrriere. 44 against this as a violation of law awl equity- de sun" Of the san e suti., tle mhu I Auditor'!, hooks tne way hither, fromn Liverpool. We have seen a from the Senate at the las! session, and not acted cause to the jury iu an eloquent and impressive
do; Java, 4- do; Constellation, 36 do; Macedonian, roaniis that the amount bie refnnded--,tndi gps nato snow the "um of 4,367 694 21 -composed nfmore c a y h ,rs that after ,eduI., pon at Ihe last session, are defunct, and cannot be charge. He divided the charges in the edged
36 do; Steam Frigate Fulton, 30 do; sloop ot war an argument upon *mltis, subject, and also to show than 2000 personal accounts. nu Iuling c'l ..... on eaLeiiation, ich it appears llhat ater deduit- puscitated without being origarated anew. All libel into five, to wit. 1. Accused Mr. Maffit ou
Erie, | do. that there is no (eficient blockade of the Spanish the books of the late accountant nf the \\ ... De- ing the freight, insurance, and other charges, this bills nriginating in this house, however, at the last falsehood. 2. Of infidelity. 3. Of betrayinlg
Vessels itllt and building under the law for the gra. coast The vessels mentioned in the memoradiium, partnmm, rain the tune of its estallishmeint, in 1792. wheat will yielh a profit of 25 per cent. session, and not finally acted upon, are taken up at confidence. 4, Of .niiculing persons who came
dual increase of the Navy; with a general viewof were the. barque American. Emery. of Kenuebunk ; On the Fourth Au, hor's books, stands 4,3b67.69- this session, and acted on in the order in which they the alt
improvements completed at the several building ihe brig Sam, Crowell, of Portland ; the brlg Bliss. 21-consistngof balances which nave been accu. Shocking Turpidity.-Lathrop Shnrtleff, ofCar- stand on the roll of orders of the day.] to ar. 5. Of ight, loose and tascivous be-
yards. Dingan. of Baltimore: the b-ig Eiizaheth, West. of mulatalg since the first establishment of the Navy The house took up the resolution yesterday mov- haviour. He stated the evidence concisely and
Colunbus 74-Launched, in ordinary at Boston, C'-..-.i .. .. ; and the brig General Jackson. Lang Department, in 1798, and which are due 1rom per ver, (Mass) was lately comnnitted to jail in Plym- ed by Mr Cockecal.hng upon the Presidenttocause clearly which had been given on (beee points-
willt a rodover her to protect her from the rain, sun, c.,,. -. N.. York. sons not now in service, and of whose place of resi- outli Counly, charged with having mixed arsenic to be lanl before tie house a particular statement of and then directed tle jury, if they were satisfied
4"e. Letter D is froom the same to the same, acktow- diencet0 of whose solvenuy or insolvency nothing with water inl te tea kettle, for the purpose ofpoi- ordnance expenditures, &c. Mr. C. modified- his that (be truth of these charges was established,
Ohio 74-Launched, in ordinary at New York, lodging thereceipt of a letter from the Governor. in i' known. In some casesconfised and ioforlnal ac1 motion so asto requie, im addition, a statement, of and that the publication was made for a good
.with a rootfover her to protect her from the rain, whiJch he refers captain S to a communication, counts have been rendered by persons lude.,ted,. lo sOiing his twodaugtiters. Meltzer Hazen wascon- t wo amount of ordnance of every description motive and jus.ifiable end tle defendant must
sun, 4c. made to Mr Lord, lhe Commeicial Agent, in repiv a very large amount; in others, the parties have mitred at the same time for rape. I now belonging to the United States. Mr. C. ex be acquitted ; otherwise he must be found gityi
North Carolina 74 and Delaware 74- Launehed, toan application made the day previous lo the arri- tbeen eith t1 l ast at s o.t, or ,illad in ac uon, and no pained his news in offering the resolution. Last T heiury'pet o 1 S u1 ft be-,
in ordinary at Norfolk, and now covering with roofs val of Captain S. lor the release of the crew of the accounts whatever rendered A bill has been reported in the legislature of South' year the counterpart of it was adopted by tlie house, ury went out a 1 clock, and alier be--
0 protect them. General Jaekson. Referen'e is made in this letter (b Of thissu.,,$ 88.309,186 76, is on the books of Carolina for the purpose of rewarding threeof the but after an interval of several months, the house .ig absent five hours will>..ul agre1ng, came ies
One T4-At Boston, nearly finished; house over 10 the affair of the Panchita--but no new fact up- theKegister ol the Treasur, and is composed of r re e h after anwas told that thle information could not be furn:sh- and inquired of ie thiearned Judge, whether if ini
her, and perfectly protected, on any point is comamunicated, advances on account of appropriations dratn out of Negroes whi) gave information of tie late intended ed at that session. Mr. C. thought the Ordnance tbei-r'opinion some of the allegations were proved
One 74--At Bosion, frame raised, under a house, Leiter E is from the same to the same, in reply ) the Trra-ury, under requisitions of the[ Department insurrection. A bill has also been reported, which Department was a little deranged, and he had taken by defendant und some were not, they should ac-.
perfectly protected, to one Ironu the Governor, in relation to tle capture o'eo Statle ; n ad ol advances to the several officers e f the sending away all free negroes andpthe matter early, that the administration might quit or convict the defendant .? The Judge thei
One 7-4-At Portsmnotnh, N.H. nearly finished; of the Panchita--Captain y details some of the and agents of the government, whisn accournts,gen-p. oids f t seiiig awaya free have plenlyof time to answer it. The resolution repeated to them a are ol his charge d to ies ef-
under a house perfectly protected, circumstances attending this affair, which had rally, are settled quarter yearly, and includes the perlos ol color, who have come into thatstate with-.wi adoepled without objection. ho t, e the a poglions hrge to ^^sf
One 74-At Norfolk, Va about half finished ; come to his knowledge advances to the Plesidents of lianks. acting as Corn. in the last fiveyears. The bill to provide for clothing the Militia of the et; dth i legatiloS p0oved were i" n their
to7se over her ; per't ali protected. Leiecr Fe istflols 1he saame to the same. in answer "'"ssoners of looaos, on acoumi of the prie( pal J L Wilsot, presillentof the Senate of South Ca- Unitlel States. wben in actual service, was read a opinion o suh aa no aure ,ad of suet( high tim-
One 74--AtPhdladelp'hia; keel laid, frame near- to two eletcrs Irom llhe Governor. relative to the ioterest ofthe Pblir'De..l; wlnoitadtances, aaloe, ,, ,thr nepasdadsetoteSntefrc-P"" atauoiedeedn oalc;
)y out ; house now building over, and probably rais- same affair. Captain S. says theGoverusr has been constitute about 6.100,u00 (Ills. of the above sum rnlina, has been elected Governor of that state ; and curence.(tn, plls character of the person uwit a riew to bene-
ed by tlistimn. mi.-ifurmed about the capture of the Pauchila, On the books of the secondd luditor. $2.169,377 69, Gen. Bradley, Lieut. Governor. Col. D'On, was DISBURSE.1ENT OF PUBLIC MONEY. fit the public by exposing him, then defendant
Potomac 44-Launched, and hauled up on the ai declared ihat it musl be considered as a disaster the greater part of whibn conmutsts of accounts in re- elected president of the Senate. The engrossed Iill "concern mg the disbursement oughtto he acquitted. The jury retired again,
inclined plane at Washln :ton, where she now lies, growing out ol the unjustifiableconductofher crew, gular'o"rse ol s.etlcmeiii. and of advaines made of public rntueys," (forbidding advances on con- and in a few moment returned ;. verdict- JNot
uniera hause, perfectly protected roam the sun, an d as one of the retrijetive resuhis of an abuse of paymasters a. herser. ol l}ie army The res- Fatal ,ccident.-A stranger hy the name of Stew- tracts) was read a third tmeand the question be. Guilty. A full. report of this trial, we learn, is.
faill, gOt. her era~ingim Ilieen'e He agiain calls the; atteatinni due consis-ts of Inalances fouini due on settle fiielts, _ii.. caltp ilnii' "*e \
One 44-AlVishiington, about half finished. of lEs Excelency to tlhe la-sof- a Blockade r te re*overyof o~wh sus have beer ordered, reover ofwl ho is staleh to be an Englisoedan, and M rrwton, of Virginia, then rose, and said it hite b E sdu sa for tte Ibeps.
One44-At Philadelphia, nearly liniaied, house L;tt>r G is from the same to the same, in answer and Olthwr measures taken On the books ol the lately hiom this city, was killed in Newburgh, on was wtlh extreme reluctance he spoke in opposition /, 1 D, -
cover ib perfectly protected, o several coolueiaatiins received from tle latter Thrd.nudio- t4 i20,232 91 The reader pan of Tuesda last, hy te falling over his head of the ead thi to the bill. The lossesnofgoernent, noswithstand- Lastevening teleMr R ss Mr Leonard
"One44--At New York; frame e getting out. and by Cap( S He again elaimns llat American citi- tb>ins. scnip(sen oi'aeccuuits in regular core ol'S n ,,, nieniemd n h oLuivhdhe on Last evening, hy the lev. Mr. Ross. Mvr. L~eonardi
nearly ready to raise. zens shall be indemeiled flr the losses sustained by settlement Ou the bronks at the Fourt.h Mduditor, $4 floor o4 p Bewfry wyle they were takng "n a large Paratively small. The existing laws 'had been in op- Kis, mdag ter of cMr. c'iyan *-is iua.
One 44-At Portsioouth, N. H. in forwarduess ; theadjudications tnal had been lade, He says, 598.632 4B. For the greater part of this, accounts quantity of barley, eralton for thirty years, and were found amply .uf- 6ins-"aughterof Mr. William Higgin.
house uver her ; perfectly protected. 1.1 my lettcr of the 29th ultimo, 1 requested liat aud vatciters have heun required, and are in a train isett. Wly distract ylie operations governmental Ls evening by tih Rev Dr Kuypers Mr Smith.
The frames of the olher frigates aunthorsed to he your fcxce.ieocv would do me the liolmr to state how ofsettlemenl. A part of it consists of advances o Counterfeikers.-Two men have been committed in this respect ? He had serious objections o the Anderson, to Msi Harriet A. Schuyler. daugh-
hbilt, exceptlinu^ few pieces yet to be delivered by thr these p]rvateers areauthorised hy the aunthormies account of contracts for supplies, which contracts for trial in New Bedford, (Mass.) accusedof passngbill. "' The capital of theme.chrnicsof thecoontry otew. e Jse. chyler, Esq. f Beliville
tihe cou'actors, and nearly a)l the other materia;s, of lhe Island to capture and bring in for adjudica- ire not y't completed, and of atvanl'es to pursers, W as their enterprise and industry; andl it was upon eyr Vee'ay r s b te Re Mr
oticepting the iron, are procured, and place in s t- tion vessels of the United States engaRed mu the pur- "nI "tiernflfiers. who are now, anrl have heen, at counterleil money. that ground they arcerved advances. Deprive thlet O MCate, MrS'anuy ev In'lst, yo tiss Rev.u Mo,
nations where they will probably not sustain any suit of a lawful comnmerce This mforeation your s* for several y,,rs, and, consqunly, have not -of that, and the business would ye thrown into the MiCt, Mr Samuel Carson, lo Miss Ann Wooda
.imediate material injury. Excellenty has not thought proper tn affiirl rendered their accounts for settlement. The reader will find a highly interesting account |adsofa lew thdivhduals awsond ghe rich It was both f 'this. e ty.
Two Steam hatter ,lra niru esare securely deposited HIere follow six letters |orm the Governor nf of tie pestilence which prevailed with such mortal(- for the executive to regulate this matter; and he O 'Wi dnes, ay \ev' i ig a'' sotu'p by M iss R e liM -
under coverat W,[shington Navy uard. Porto Rico, to Captain Spen, er, the tenorof which SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION ty at Pensaola, during the late season, on e last thought the ill unnecessary b tl so r ll'oups to Ms E
One Senani battey lranme is secure-y deposited un- till be sufficiently understood by the preceding ab- Mr. Bassett, of Virginia, said the practice of the beth Deaconooth othis city
tier cover at New-York. stract of tihe letters of Capt. S. \ e cannott fir- Last evening the Sunday School Union Society page of this paper. Executive Dpar tmens, at presencoesponded the 7th ins( at '']omoinh-da*e, by the Rey. Dr.
Tw engines re p t up, and in a state of preser- bear. however, makmngan extract f"rom one of them held their semi annual meeting, in tle BJaptist CORONER'S REPORT, Dec. 7, 1822. ats early a" p ass'le we(Ith the provsions of the bill. A eke'mau, ho ti of'(e ab ep e.oc
tm, n f.yards aro as good a state a, the rt ela titetotee contota is lriva- Churcb. in Fayette-street. An quest waseld on board thesteamboatRichmond, r at wa a a te y0rOthee3d,,an,,by Rev. Pltips.aJohn
means placeel at lIe disposal of the Department Hult am certain that rdn have ilt been well in- The Rev. Mr. TKUAIa commenced the exercises on the body of Rohert OGlston, one of the waiters belting- law ou the subject was desirable. le idea of plac- Gordon, Esq to ihss 'lraslet, both o'this city.
would a low : but to erect lhe necessary ware hous- formed regarding the diestructiou and spoliatii.nsgen- of the evening with prayer. Ri eCARD VAniCK, Esq. ing to the said vessel. VYrdict of the Jury,that he came ng public ioney iu the hands nf paupers woul, i,, AhV h Rayi c lt's ,dlnova, Ir. TLule even'age rsast.
aS, repair v.t warves, cover snme ol tie vesels now erally cam dle, upon all America. ves sels Icrave president of the Society, read the Constitntioun. to his death by being"ac accidentally drowned, hardly e soppiirtet by Ins colleague. An hnndhed 1 ss Frances F. Black"ell, daughter ol Samue,
h iinmg', anid to erect suitable shieds aver tie lunbar, tlim most repeated proofs of tile i'egolar tronducl uf I--"" 1w ocey edteCosiioi-. and drild ail~lions, at Onie trume, inl the hands of i.di Blacwe1. i ia.~n agi. 1Oiu
foi its preservation, there will be required for the the Spanish privateers towards these vessels, which JAME1s EASTBURN, Esq. read an abstract of the By the Quebec papers which arrived this morning, we viduals Would the gentleman say that this was Blackwell.
year 1823. the sum of $150,000. they have examined and respected in very conside- state of lie Schools, attached to the Union, which find tiat that port is closed by ice for the Winter. proper ? The gent'eman talked of no loss But look- DIE D /,.
lfeneral view of I",procemen!s completed at the seve- able numbers, showing to tie world that they are h b p r 1-at wanat tlee mesralge u-has So mane millionfte rmu- a a g opa
rat building ya. ds in 1821 and l822. nor desperadoes, because they know not whtt it lIal b ,entprepared by a committee from the asso- Ir^ 5.Whiting, Esq. has been appointed Post Master ney narccounted iur! yesterday afternoon, ot a lng.ring complaint,
At Norfolk-Timber dock illed up, and house means, or thieves because they are Spaniards. clation ofsuperintemnaats and teachers. It appears at Horkimner, vice Jabez Fox, Esq. removed. Mr. right, ol Maryland, made objections to the Y1e terda co"nsuog, R dchard va1 liu ,d ie 86tii
builho u er a new stop o the line. "* Would to God that some vessels of the military that the schools have sufle:red materially, by the late passage of the bill, on account of the dillicylties y esea omoir, nangearl n in a
At Washytont Incied plane, witha house over marine of the Unned States, had observed towards alhtiog dispensation with which our city lias been Fire.-The dwelling house of Mr. Oliver Barnes, atFre- whnch i presented hI case of large contracts, (he yesterday :uoroing, after a long and painful ill-
tAtl 1Pbdellai FouIda fa sp laid ; f o, a so gin]! ertinat t visited. At the period when the lever broke out, donia, (N. V.)was totalcycosumedby fire on the night of a e t ti t e e Mr. Phip Crae, aged 31, son of M. Steph
bouse buItI over a frigate, and house now raising would not lave been the disagreeable sensations there were45 schools, 32 of which were closed dur- the 5thinst. government, doing all in their power to fiSil their ArtnBrooklyn, on Wednesday evening last, Mrs..
oUv e a n h^ o t l ate \v binc limo e xis t fru sit. ing the sickness. Since the retunr of the c ttize is, Two m en were lately killed at Hempstead, Queens Co. a g reem e ts eirun ta uee m ig to tr o ev ut Elzabeth -- enny, dau gllter of Hthe late W llter5
At Neiw iurK-r Fuudation of a heirship laid; \5lhen I speak to ynn, sir, ia this manner, Iddo 11 a 1 ,'the ehoo>lles cohaeio. Ibeendbevrre-oprl poncod,,i,,xcept w Vrklur;di (nf .I.)lby w it eea* r ,iag6 liisiknss.Siceeheler ifnhewhizenh omweywlerleatlcl ttractca, 'scnsCo. sreeeheases.int Ice, msr.orcuV10prvehteadvertenydauhtr 0tohefatctate
hnou:. bilt over a frigale ; how ground filled up to it with res.>ect to the scandalous attack made ny the a" the schools lave been re-opened, except lour; (L. I.) by the eating in uf a well,In which they werent a.tors in sch. cases. Mr. \\right adverte l to facts 11lchol'.
an exteht ioa tthrd suffich-at room to work on ULnitled Snates schooner ol war, tire Grampus, upon three are closed lor (he want of teachers, and one work. within lts own knowledge \Vith altSipe tO tolimber,
At aint--'( u.]Btioia ol a nen shii laid ; a lhiB Spnisi privaleerthe Pa vra,wliclislleattack. lor thewanttofscholars. TheUionio hasnow about Tha Treasurer oftheMercitileLibraryAssociationac- t micoract ore. |lo coilded, \ hewa tat Br brigAror Lawson. 68 dnyf Newcastle,.
imuse liuilt over a iltpl) olle ]iuet ; a blacksntithl's ed in llhe nmdSt of peace, 1. Jlle~l aur wounded save. 11(} rtcbwd~als u'*let* htm Uareof l5itah~s, Tow hnowutge T he T reasuer of a spicer ldie cobray AsEoinatron /- th(i|e h shop erctede; the tnnier dock piled and improved; ral of her crew, treated with indignity the Sanisli 1600scholais, under tle care of 350 teachers. The knowledge lle receipla splendid copy (Edinburgh Ep aie |)i|| )neoo the table. Tle motion was nef'tived wit. coas, glass, paints, sleat lead, copperas, white
,,ver prced -er. llie frame oi a 44;i about two acres 1lag, confided in chaius tlhe grea ter part of her crew, report cureiplains ol a want of teachers in this city; dilion) of Thompson's Universal Atlas-a donation from and the bill passed and was sent to lle bSdate lor and red lead, sre. to Ogden, Day & Co.


ni ground' levelled, and that at tle very moment when anI officer was a and states that many nei schools could, no doubt, Arthur TappanwEsq. concurrence .RRIVED L tST EE.ICjG,
A Pitinoutilh, N H.-Fioundation of a new fri- bout going on board of her to present hei papers, be organized, if suitabe teachers otld be -a UNITED STATES AND GEORG A. Brig Ha, ret, Peiritgton, (of Bash) 24 days from
gate laid, an a hmuse erected over it. and la comply with the law of nations. eg rs c oul t The Jamaica papers, "which have been received a The House then, for some ulle, were in a co- Demuarara, wtbh molasses, to Goodhue Co.
1e corespolndence marked No. 5, occupies 28 'You will perhaps be informed of this attack, The clculation of religious tracts among lthe clil- CHarleshon, to the l81h Nov.inclusive, ibler' us, at the itit. of the whole, on the resoluotrns reipecing "hle rig Delegate, Lewis, tof Portland, 14 d(s filln Hava-
PIges seldom seer itheiso. IS leofhe M I il ae history nof cilized ation ; and dren, has had a salu:ay influence on both parents bucanieris had be crying with two vesel off the articles olf cession al agieemenl betveii the tUhlt- na, with sugar, to W VV Rusel, auld G)odhue & Co.
I,eitr 1,isftrool Catt. ptihlle,ofthe Macedonian, no doubt if you have heen so wit truth, a.s I an),andIcildreni;anld the j;anoovisiting, recnaollleol Clttgr'es, and had tle atuhdp<.' to fire twice at the fart ( nStates ld .1e state of" G. j. lo!Cl1I lby Brtrig -olila, llarriugtooi 9Jays 1m SavaLna
uto Ue SeCr. t,,,y of lthe Navy. daled Havana, MIly you wid have had the samehorronrand disgust ; be- a calndlre ae toke la' rea v e chr Hen ecommew Ch a h t a l e ort, 5 I < 1 Scr Henry, Davis. 16 ,is fil lt Barts. with mo-
46, 1822, amunt incg his arrival there, anld his applli- case it is inpo,..sible otl)erwise to consider th!e m)os: ed by Dr.Chalmers, lhasheen a blessing to both the Several vessels were fitting out at Jamaica, to )roced tn hesol oek st cllr ile T h fI ave I s, sugar. sdit and fruit, to the master,
"" cf"ol resoId laat, that 10 deItr thato rlle of di bo e r s uo Brotfmo T urkss o
"i l c 0at iont tla(! C pal U llGenleral, t,, Ibe pernmitied to sacred coin\'emnl US trampled npo)n, ;an(] tie majesty visitor allot visitedt. TficreLiurt Ihirther states, that against the ridbbers, treaties as pretends to gl'titIott)Lhe lmdians, fee ,o it'nrstsa
t shist ,oa s nd l C ue n ot o t h' h o n or;*. oh t h e ,tl, r sh.t es t h a t t s lo opepfelt ietatle s it ) la nd s w i ;thi ; nf is o f ,c fr g ia is a T h e N a u t i lu s a t B o s t o n f r ot V a l p a r a i s o a n d
ti n p n r s u lL tf t h e n p i r a t u .- tonw hi c i.l i h d c a t i o n t h w y ; h e ri g h t, a d w i (h oa l t e n ehn t ie o l e s c lh o o ls t h e r e w e r e j i ve b lioed b o y s, to u r E I z a 1 5 i t s s sol," nl a b o a r d edhone nhra1 1 1hnN o v o n e o v o f I t t i m e : i" Ii i r, a n h e Ntu g h t h a t B o t o n o f r o Vw al p a rakso, a n di
Cpaptaln general deciled to accede once. has giil Lette i Gen2, is e letter i 'om Capt. Middle to the of er ever nviig Iee offended with ialpuit1y firmary, and are now able to read the Holy Scrip- litely. to the lldians the rights of sitizensl p. is a viola 23d, but saw 1no 0ee The Te a Plant, which put in-
aptai reue saD n sat a adyskngtie cienl a the tmtoter relationothe Gentte l Jhtdrant ; tuoes f the fifth is still blind, hbut comnits to memo- KINGSTON, (Jom.) Nov. 18. tion of the rightsofCongress. The third resolution to Mio. ran foul oft an island of ice Sept. 12. off the
below named reqnest, and stalinggtile adv'antages cruiel treatment of the tce~v of the Generi].Jacksonpooe Igato oeyfraohrnpcain (aei h tg,,crie vEyhrfrms n
that %aoudaisellom theco operatolsolfiheSplan- his excellhncy says-*You will be pleased, s-I t ry onechapterof the old or new testament every The Mioora (which arrived o ,day frn om x fl e Indiant itleo and the fi u entirely, stovein hertows,. airod ish nutoUltles uLpon tthi, sojalut., ht nI I itih e things which have been launderedd nth. I L i lle Fanouthsloopol arof0gns clates that sno much o he treaty as directs a ge eav over part of her cargo of bray and wine,
l,e lter 3, is tihe reply (t t he Ca ptai n G general de- hfrm the deta hied Vessel, an td claim the da m ages U ipt. lPu i elli l t O ra nge B ay vw ith ia sc ho ouet palo laio of file p u lic lallds t o tlie sold, a ntd th eleop t p ve ut her fl untlu e rnig "T ire iolia.w k was dis-
,'lm ntla lh e p hi'n'atio I-staih t ,, t te ens ed ha" dtcltirn. cIhave tai e n The Report proceeds to state, that although the ittnge ouet o oOrante B ith aIa stone, r att ion of ftllle p.-bli lan oso soldnb a)d th i to P h lUtt foumlerd Tht!ope toiawk, was trl!is-
vate a good undestanding wilth l e ('oited wtate, all the measureswhrch were in mypower, forelicit- schools in this cily, underthe careof our Union, a1 MManevilla piirtLee-, that libd been cruising oiff sidentofthelUn'iw States, and tooe diipo.eedof byThe t, at Rio. bound to Phiailvphini was
ualo it pn0c:t the Itnually I .ClilColl co-rcrtI i lligthe truth of the acts, mi the manner provided by not as flourishing as could be desired, yet, the cause the mouth of ihe Chagres. On ithe, 17th ull. they hinu f. thile benefit of the Cherokee Indians, dos from Valparaiso and Coquimtubo, anvo iulfid thY


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't sh, f stay ening 1,t, Wi!!iam
Campbell, ant son of the'v. ThosVL. Strong.

RqI 'ED L.IST EVEJI.A G,
^ Schr Debor Rider. 15 ds fin Castine, with fish
Itar potatoes he master
rn tnrIA, Dec 10--Arrived, fast sail.
ing shi or, heed, 43 days from Liveipnol.--
Sailed Oct 30. Was just going into dock, the brig
Hyperion, 811 days from N Orleans; Indian Ghief,.
Homphreys. arrived Oct. 29th. Frnm the s31s tOct.
to3d Nov heavy gales from %V to SSW. Nov 4th,
at noon, on tilie Tnscar Light, passed, bound in,
ship Philadelphia, Bowen, of Philadelphia, andl
ship Heiald. osl liston, Nov 6th. atno oni, Water-
ioid Noli 41) leaguets, pas-ed a ship inward honbd,
supposed Io be the Win Thompson, of New York.
Nov 9, lat 49 30N long 1420 W spoke the blig
Drike of London, from Newfoundland bound to O-
porlo, lind lost all her spars, sails &c a few lA.'.s IBe-
!ore in a heavy gaie, and flad bore away 'or Ireland
TIhe Factor left at Liverpoolothe pa, ket ship Coltom-
Ina, to sail in two days lfor N. York. Ship Narcy,
Bray, sailed oo 241h October; Reaper, of andl for
Phi iladelphia, sailed d '25t h ; same day thle Cortes, or
N York ; Lanraster.Dixey. for Philadeluhia, on the
8th Nov; Baiiibridge. Berry, expected to be con-
demned. Cabin passengers in the Facior, Mr John
Simpson, and Mr. Henry Barton, and 4 in the steer-
age.
Brig Nero, Slade, Curracoa 22 d, coffee -c. Left
l6th nit bri Ladies Delight, Scribner, No.t-YomIk.
10th arr fr Porto ('avello Spanishl vessels of war Li-
gera Hercules, anud Constittion, vith a roLvoy.
Liverpool, Oct. 30SO-Arrived, Jarmes Monroe, Mar-
shall, fiom N York : Frances Henrietta, Dickinson,
do Otho, SteelN Orleans : Only Son. Aln ey, .'-a.
vahnah; Caroline, Gilley, N Oileans; Indian (Chief,
Humphrey, N York 2l days Saileld, 25th, Reaper,
for Pnilad ; 26th, Nancy, do: John & Edward, New
York : Ras-elas. Hostn; ;28aih, May & Junstina, N
York ; Glide, Boston ; Mary Beach, Charleston.
BOSTON, Dec.1 a.-CId, Brig Atlas, Adams, Sa-
vannah ; schr Eliza Jane, Holton, Philad.
Loss ofbrig Chmax.--Capt D Brookhouse a pas-
senger in the Thetis, (at the Vhincyard) arrived at
Salemxon Toesdaly night. He inlor.:s that the brig
Clinax, Grafton, of S.alem, had lbeen cast away at
Fort Dauphin, Maliagascar--vessel lost; Sleuman,
of'alem, drowned. Capt Graflon andi the remain-
(ler ol the crew had taken passage for the Isle of
Bourbon.
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
Offices ofthe Patriot 4- Centincl.
BOSTON, Dec. 19.
Arr ship Volunteer, Barker, Cronstaty, 73 dayg.
Left S.h Oct ship Israel, Ives, for NYork, 6 days;
brig Adriatic, Tink, Boston. 6 or 8, the only -mneri-
can vessels. Sailed in co with brig Nestor, Whitney,
f.orNYork-she had not reached El ineur the 23d ;
brigs Brutus, Phillips, for Providencer; Franklin,
Hiuilen. for Salem ; and Jeremiah, Duncan, for do.
sailed from Eisineur 21st Oct
Ship Delta, Clarkson, St Uhes Sailed 13th Oct
in co willth ship Frederick, of Portsmouth, and brig
Nepos, Goddard, for Boston. Spoke, 19th Oct lat
-35. 45, Ion 15. 47, brig Maria, Sonoliwick, 40 ds fm
Norfolk, for Cadiz : 30th ult lat 41, 45, Ilo n 55, ship
Ceres, of Salem, 10 ds fm Savannah for Liverpool.
Brig Hesper, tlubhard. Savannah, 12 days; schr
Forlax. Huskins, Balimore, 10 ds; Hannah, Kent,
Chathamh. Left there on Tuesday last. schr Comn.
Perry, (-r Boston ; and an eastern sloop, name un-
knownjust arr in distress, the schr with lossofall
her sails except jibs.
PORTLAND, Dec. 17-Arrived at Winter HIar-
hor, brig Albert, Blannhard, 26 days from Point
Petre, bound to this port. Nov. 24th, in the evening,
Joseph Atwood,jr. of Boston, a passenger, went up
on ith loretopgallant yard and jumped overboard,
unperceived by any one until the moment hejm.np-
edoff; the vessel was instantly hove to, butasshe
was sailing at the rate of 6 knots per hour, it was
impossible to save him. He was deranged when be-
came on board, but after two or three days it was.
presumed by all on board that he was restored to
his right mind.

MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23.

NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
Yesterday being the 22d of December, was the
Two Hundred and Second Anniversary of the land-
ingof the Pilgrim Fathers of New-England, on Ply-
mouth Rock ; and a sarmnon prepared for the occa-
sion, was delivered last evening, by the Rav. MB.
W HLPir.py, to a crowded audience, in the Church in
Wall-sitreet, The services, in whicli the REv. Dn.
SPRaIn participated, were solemn and appropriate.
The Reverend Gentleman commenced by a few
apologetical remarks, in consequence of the nnumer-
ous pressing calls upon his time and attention,
which had allowed him but a few detached hours for
preparation. Had hlie been willing to forget that lihe
and his fathers claimed a share in the birth-right
blessings of tlhe Pilgrims' God, ie should have dis-
claimed the duty; but ip the flush of a sentiment
that carried him back to the homes and thle graves
of five generations, hlie had consented to be the Priest
of the sacrifices and thank-offerings of the Society.
Hle felt, however, thle difficulty of gathering into a
given compass, the parts of a subject that has so of.
ten exhausted the finest and boldest minds of our
conUiiry.
Ile remarked that were we assembled for any oth-
er purpose than one consistent with the sacred dfu-
ties of the day, and of the place-were it the wish to
take advantage of an interesting era for the excite-
ment of local prejudice, or the widening of political
distinctions amJong those who by birth or adoption,
have an equal right to tile paternal inheritance,-
were it our design to foster pride of ancestry, which
loves the empliness of names, more than the virtues
ofpiety and noble deeds, or to swell the noteof public
exultation into anll apotheosis of men, whose ambi-
tion it was not to Ie 1" gods." but the servants of,
God, every tongue might well refuse its office. With
such sacrifices, thle Goxl ofHeaven is not well pleas-
ed. Such feelings would he moreappropriate, wlhre
(lie most debased of human passions are allowed.to
reign, or where Idolatry is not felt to be a crime,
t, hlie said, (in substance, for we are giving noth-
ing mnort,) that it wats our duty to bring our souls lo
one deep and fervent expression of gratmtude and
llraise to God, that le has remembered mnerev for
the children ot'those he loved, to thle fourth and sixth
generation. We were required so fhr to comply
with the atlachinents and sympathies of out nature,
as to dwell upon tite memory of those who. [nuier
God(, \'rte the authors of our present privilege, and
of our country's glory. We were required to do this,
by every feeling ol patriotism,by every circumstnic'ce
of social blessing, by our love of independence :aini
peace, by our zeal for intelligence and moral hnn-
ptrvernent, and above all, by every sentiment of pI-
n.y awl gratitude to tlhe Gleat Disposer of Piof i-
dlence aud Grace. WVewere tequireid to cai to n11'[d
those wise and good men, who. Im the spirit of Mose;'>
and .ioshua, delivered our fathers from the tyrat-
nous yokt, planted them in the wvdlerness, anl di.
villed to thi'm tlle rich heritage that lhas dtrsceniled
to is--ni lier-flg, n101ofgold, oflaucds, nor[,fflicks,
but ol social hppiness, cyvil nulependtnce and rei.
ios. lS f]redoni. This is the inheritance, and nalet
the guardianship of the same Providence that hbas
hitherto saved )[from profalatiou, this shall lorever
bwe the mnberitaltcp o! tl e Pilglims' sons!
Let this, then, be mentioned, he our there :
" *The meinwry of the just is blessed (Proverbs x.
7 ) This sfiilineat, sanctioucd by ihe spiritof ih-


spiranon, justified the design of the anniversary,
and would lead thei asemhly upon sorh a train of
thought, ais would not only enhghien tier minds.
utli u al, e their hea ts htter. \\ liile e condeni i to
oblivion thenan llal es ai aln i nb of uhose who, ilst'oad
ofl'Uing beni'actlors w the iuniant race. have been

thpe scouirg!s ,IGod, iiJd the iePrror of omeo-who(.
have O;l) Jhught Ihaties, aild gained sieges,and lIt.
ed nanly er! ents In htood, il is lit and t'au .,'''o
mluiolldsuIt tiae wlho lhave leena 1 1hejvsl,''" the go(1d,


C< I


N,


their correspoaidents at Bayonne, tino r, T.," -
measure will be taken against Spain by the Gpn-
gress about to assemble at Verona.
ConImmercial Couriers are continually passing for
Bayonne. One who arrived yesterday morning fronim
Paris, stated, that on lthe 7th October, there were in
that capital eighty Spanish establishments, and that
the number continued to increase, which news, to-
,ether with the information ol thle dreadfu.1 blow that
Esponisa gave to Uranga and.13alda, produced the
M ost i. :- I .. ... "1. 1 : .. : 1 II." servile refu-
ges io H ;;yonne
ThIe Royalists of Catalonia, it appears, by theDi-
ario ofi Tolosa, of the I Ith, are in the most dreadful
silualion. The government of Urgel hasestablish-
Od a line ofdelence from that place to Ptigcerda ;
and the army of .Mina is advancing towards the
plains ofl i.- 1 while st Zarco del Valle draws near
ConcI de I I. and Mi ats, the direction of Olot.
'l'ht: Royalists of Urgel are struck with fear since
thie iluhlished advices of tie 8th Oltoher, conveyina
UloJi nations that all the coustitutioual troops are
,i. 1....; n. ,0 placeand that there will he a con-
-, 'ft,,',i, 1of blood .
''The eljiors of the saine paper observes, that
thile peaceable intentions of ithe Fench government
in relation to Spain are always the same ; and, that
happen what may, it will amays preserve the terri-
tory of France inviolate, and make her arms res-
pected.


opt. Edmund Fanning-s,.r yseph, of Bostton twice that numerous class of caricature paintings per t Ib ordinary to g0od qitity. The following are t recover what is di-e to thliem, by personally gtl-
(2 1i'li te autluslef a aii, t-l 2llb )tItodetailsofthe private transa ction*:-- 8071 Bow- I "f e
(Btich the Nautilus left at "ATiS ?p-ly 28h.) representing unnatural and abortive productions of he details of the privetransacion:-8071 Bow- g their debtor before the competent trbu-
was dead, and the vilsel bound on a coasting eds, alt63 8d to Sd perlb ; 1151 Orleans 81d to 12d ; : 6..
voyage, not having be rtunate m sealing;- nature, and objects which neverexisted except in 1400 Tennessees 6id to Srd ; 1464 Sea Islands l J FrodtiersofMoldaria, Oct. 5 The last let-
niso, that the whaling saff sRobert Potterlbr ew. the imagination of the designers--" monsters and to 20 d; 41; stained do 7 Ad to 10; 1254 Pernarmos Ot d r toj' .-- Se ai lt
ort, & Improvement, for Brazil Bank, leftCnqui hydrasandchimerasdire Alwasexcepting how. 10 12; 2968 Maranhams 9 to 105l; 1428 frn Odessa confirm te account that Sem
point co. Brig Alabama, from Baltimore, arrived hydrasandc himeras dire. Alwaysexcepting how hias9dto10d; 85Paras 9 l-.8toS9d; 179 De- tcha, with 15,000 men had gone over to the
a Rio. Oct.21. Capt. Shepherd, late of ship Mir- ever, the representation of the Phonix, which being ieraras Sd to 1l2d; 26 Bahamas 9idc ; -25 Carria- ersians ; that several severe actions ensued, in
ror, sold at Lima, wasa passenger in the Magnet, to chiefly confined to our banking and contrihutionship cous8.l : 141 BarbadoesSd ; 30 West [ndias 8d to which the Turks iere totally defeated, and lost
Rio, and proceeded to Philad. Oct. 21, in the Cones- companies, perhaps to remove them might be con- 8-tdl; 6 Laguiras 6 7 8d ; 40 Cartbagenas 7d ; 26 all their artillery.
toga.- Palladium i mvrnas 7)d ; 70 .Surats 7d ; and 230 BeI;g;.isatd i fferona, Oct. 18-The Emperor and Empress
Accounts are received from Lima, by the Aurora, sidered an infringement of their vested rights. to6 i-ad per Il ; total 20 038 packages. of Austr.a ad t he Kigs of Prussi and Sri-
at Edigartown. A letter of Aug. 8, states that the would advise, therefore, that they may be suffered Liverpool Corn-ELchange, Oct 2).-1Ve had a I nid here on the th instant The E
Gen. irown, Sikddy,of New York, arrived 15 days to remain couched on their funeral nest Formerly, good supply of Wheat and Flour this week, as -ur ui h rei i 5thi ntan Ve Ena it
previous. Floor was $25 to 28 per bbl;: Pork 25 a niport note shows ; added to which tell more car. peror of Prusia arrived ol tile I tl. Veona at
30; Beef 1-,9a'24; Bi-cuit 18 ro20, per, qtl; Coar- Messrs. Editors, our citizens were satisfied with goes arrid this nmouing, which are not included:! thins oronmen exhibits a most brilliant appeartice;
dagel 6a20, do; SheetCopper3 rials exhibitingsigns that merely indicated their various so that to day's market was abundantly supplied the presence of the Sovereigns has drawn hlitner
BOSTON, Nov. 18-Arrived,brig Fair American, occupations in a plain unostentatious manner, per- w'Ith these two articles ; tbut of others the importa- s') much company, that it is dilicult to obtain
Hubbs, Demerara 32 days. Anchored off Portland fectly intelligible to all comers and goers, so that he tion is stl very deficient, anyd tie tock in granary l g.ngs, the price of. :hi hisvery exhorbit t.
on Sunday floonr and same night parted both eahles. i (liol"niS Ma*"v coiiniiy dealers itie -1 Hamburgh, Oct. 17:-We have received, by
Brig Betsey. Martin, (late Virgin, died 23d Oct.) that ran m.ght read ; butnow our oystercellars and attendance wantlng o b flneoo Irish % nueat, and wy f Odes ties fron Consta tinople of the
70 flays froml St Uhns eating shops are dignified with tire i ille of Rerecr tloere was Iikewise a s nrhiui speculative demand for o
[0ay[[ut h~ atugbpsreiuiie wt teiteo e~tt.it ; all),tiling of* good quality sold at55s. 3d. ton5s. 2i f ep.(ftl. folowing t :-o
SALEM, Dec I18-Arr, brig.Seaman, Emertoh," ries; our Tailor's shops arecalled Emporiums of 4dad fines d. per bushel establishigref Great uneasiness preails iere ; the Turks
140 (lays from n Madagasc ar, via Portland .-tIs
The schr Layviiia, Foster, from Machias for Bos- Fashion..and our schools which neveraspired above full 12d per 70 Iths on this description. Old Wheat have been defeated by the Persians near Erze-
ton, with Inmber, ran ashore on Ten Pond Island, the title of Academy, are now distinguished by a wasn't so much attended to, yet the demand was rumn. The great caravan, has been ipluondered
on Monday night.aiblynd bilged. Attemptswereak cognomendevdfrinheGreekorLatinlanguages, l hbut there was ro variation foni our by the Wechchabites, who are advancing towardss
on Monlerday night a bilged. Attempts were ak- cognomen dervedfrntheGreekorLatin ngdages, iS.currency. Grinding 13arley was inquired for, ecca, and it is believed lhat ihe Parha of
g yegeray to get froffwhich often puzzle thile learned and make the un. and as well as Mall, supports its price. Old Oats,, EgypFt will be obliged to withdraw his troops front
SATURDA Y, DECEMBER 21 learned stare. I have now pointed out a few of the harvesed iIq and those grown this ear, are Candie and Cyprus, in order to oppose them.
"'really sale fit about 2s. fil per 45 lbs. Beans were reFneo f`r l ieAoe n i hs
many subjects of this kind, that require correction, l e I a otea The state of sff.,rs iu lhe Morea and ao Thes-
FOLICE and should our Honorable Burgoniasters think it were a little higher. Soe cnsiderahble parcels ofe saly, is still vety critical. On the coast ofSyria,
That there have been cases in the history of the advisable to proceed in the business, I can re- Foreign Wheat are exporting to the ports in the a steconud earthquake has desolaited the c ties of
,, rn 1 o i i M editerranean, a ntd a l e~v hundred q oaite ls lo llhe A n tioch ) S idon, ;a ud A lex a urhiia, (L i ttle A lexan .-
human mind, where wretches, long pursued with the commend a person to fill tihe office who i extremely U nit nate., Garth,n8 1ni-Wheal, F....i, vi l. driai or ASdandrette is probably meait.t Last-
scorplion lash of conscience for secret sins, a- well qualified, and could devote some of his leisure a 6s. 6d. per 70 Ibs Growth, 1821 -1\ ..., i.-, ly, the Treasury isso exhausted, that the must ri-
gainst thie ordinances of Society, and the deep- time especially oi Sundays during service, when the s. d. a5s.per 70 bs.; superfine Floor, 27s. a 29s,gorous decrees against luxury, have been issued
est saplotions of heaven, have finally given them. streets are empty, hlie being not only a most acute 30s. to S2 Is. Sour,out of lned, 3's. to3s. per bbl' by the Sultan. All silver plate must be brought
selves up in despair to the arm of civil justice, critic in such matters, but i3 at the same time ac- of 1(19 Ibs. net. Importof Grain forthe week ending to the Minty where the owners receive a very )low
and sought a death ofignominy, even as a refuge quainted with all the eminent sign painters of the Oct. 28.-Whenat,50700 bushels; Balley,3750;Oats pricefoer it. Tarei ihmdies an Be e udies, (coi
froflltheir inward horrors, is a fact well known; city, and can distinguish their several productions o23240 ; Saokshih E1030s 2B T re were preciare d stan idl.
~Lon-don C'orn, Ea change, Oct 2S.--There were preriated stanilard.
and the following occurrence would afford it an am- by the painting, thle words or the flourish of the good arrivals of most descriptions of Grain last Petersburgh, Oct. 1.-Swaris of locusts have
ple corroboration. capitals. Yours, &r. A RAMBLER. week, but th s morning the fresh supply is chiefly committed great ravages during the summer in
One day, week before last, about half past 1: in -co-ninned to sone large runsorf Wheat from Essex several provinces "f the Cri-mea.
T henea id a-y- I w eeI p e ia l M aj sty D oteP e rost. .. K e t.uher aalve y ewah ipta r iv d f o n
the morning, the attention of the Court was attract. TheBrazils -' liis hIrlpra Majesty Don Pedro n" neh since e Fri ay laery Prines a arrived -o 13n Ocrh. Oct. 15.-he British Minister, Mr.-
-"y-,the-foflowingsingular,and most extraordinary the First," folly justifies the views we have enter- Wheat have sold readily at a furlthIer advance of Rose, has reirned filnom London.
disclosures, made ya a d looking, rtained respecting his usurpiedauthority. Byrecent Is. per quarter, but other qualities are unalered. Paris, Oct. 25.-Don Onis, Minister Plenipo-
udisclosures, m e name o middle age advices, received at Philadelphia from Rio Janeiro, Good Barley for malting, sells freely on rather better tentiary from Spain to the Court of London, ar-
mnilatto man, of the name of Barrett, now residing termsm, but all other sorts are very dull. Old hearts rived at Paris 3 yesterday from Calais.
in Spring, near Sullivan street, and four or five it appears thathe hiascommenced hisreign wth pro- maintained last week's quotations, and now are Oct. 24.-The re:.ort is spread this evening,
years ago, a tenant ofStewart Elder, intersection of scribing the liberty of the press, and denouncing the rather higher. White Peas ell very heavily. Dray i- Paris, that distinguished persons have receiv-
Church and Robinson streets. He had come, he :ogressatLisbon,andtheMinistersofhisfather,asa Peas find sale at at week's prices tlats sold so ed by an extraordinary Channel, news from
heavily 'tire latter anti of Jest woeek, that to make
said, to surrender himself to justice, and demand factiousset, "' whose names will survive their crimes sales, a reductionll of Is. per quarter was subnmitted Verona, uhich announce, that the depositilons of
death attehand ofthe law for crimes he had com-, fur thle execration of posterity In whatever way to, but they sell more freely this morning. Flour is the Sovereigns are nf a nature to console all
uhetefMatters may terminate, it is event that Brazil- u entered. friends of legitimacy with respect respect to the
itted. tr t Price (if Stocks, London, et. 26 -Consols 82 affairs of Spain. It is said that it is the inten-
Five ears ago he had murdered his wife, by iai Emperor is it)a state of open hostililiy with Por- I .4 ; 4 per cent Consols 99 3 8 ; 4 per ceits new, tion of the august Allies to declare that the Cor-
knocking her down in a quarrel, against the corner tugal, and with the system by which that country is 103 3-4; Cousolsforacct. 32j. tes have to re-establish Spain i1 its former Con-
ofa bed.tead. Two or three years before that hle governed. We observe that a Portuguese fleet is LOrNDo, Oct. 20. stitutiion, and restore its King to liberty, if they
had Committed thehorrible crimeof ejry, to get stated to ha ve arrived at St. Salvador from Lishon J Just as wo n'ere going to press le received, by wish to avoid a war on the part of all the pow,
me of perjury, to ge express, the Paris pIpers of Saturday. There ers. We repeat the report without pretending
his vote in, at an election in Poughkepsie,(a solem and that it had landed 1200 trfo:ps We should in- were several vague reports, we learn, in that capl togiveit (ole ceirltyil han blongs to it in re-
caution to those cold-blooded politicians, who tam- fer from this, that theCortes had seriously determin- ital on Saturday, as to the health of the King; ality. But it seems positive, that the Seo d-
per with the souls and consciences of men for their ed to olppose the pretensions of Don Pedro ; and as but the %holet! it is said, was a Stock Exchange Urgel assumes more consistence even with For-
selfish purposes) and now, and tfor the last nine it does not appear that the Brazilians have willingly trick to depress tlhe funds, eign Powers, Rnd it acquires crerlit enough to
months past, a sense of his guilt haddwelt upon his crle uIer the yoke, we very much suspect that he T e Parispapersof Thursdey ano tFriday have hope thal the war which it makes against he
S W arrived since our last. They contain a some- Revolutionis's will be umli.tained by succours of
mind, with emotions too intolerable to leave him wif itd somewhat difficulttomaintain hisautho- what curious correspondence, between the Roy- all kinds-Qaolidicnne.
ashadowof hope or comfort. ie was born in the rit. Recent advices ,rom Balia state, that that alist General Eguin, and the Consiitational Go. eunna, Ocl I1-We are assured that the
island of Montserat, and swore positively he was a place was governed by martial law! Since the Bra- vernor of Pampeluna, Don Ran,on Sauchez Sal- Doke ,f Wellington has instructions from the
ative born citizen of the United States. His Gon, zilian regUlarshad been disarmed, in February last, vador. Egula, itseems, hasi intimated t M.q-i.'1- Cailitet of St. JaImes, of a OLMUst pacific nature,
in language of terrible emphasis, he said. haunted most ofthemn had left lhe city and joined the Prir,ce. iador, that ifcertain rtoynlists, now 1., v,,fn..s., and in consequence quite opposed to ihe widshes
him dayand nightwith his terror. Hiswife, two or 'The Brazilian army was near the dity, and tneout- fas amili arytribnalh by ewillrimmedi of any sentely nce which have belkfn here opthingly expressed b ysomt interfei
three times, appeared to him. The devil, and tell posts were daily skirmishing, and many lives had l atc causing two Constitutionralfirs be rs alr of eth Pst8wt it te
thousand frightful forms, incessantly beset him. : been lost. They are said to be commanded by a put to death foreach Royalist whe may be exo- hands, and di, persing thle Counstitutional asseim-
A kind of delirium seemed to reign over himnand Frenchman, by theiinameofLahatal. Gen. Madei. culed. lies of Madrid anid Lisbon by the lance of Cobs-
so tlhe magistrate would fain have persuaded him, ra, received on thie 30th, a reinforcement of 1200 The Journal des Debats contains a long, and sacks. The system of Great Britaiu tends, o(i
and sympathisingwith his evident sufferings, sent men, which makes his force, including sailors, about we think, an important article, relative to Tur- the contrary, to preserve peace in the West, as
? key. It is therein stated, and apparently from well as in tile East.
him away, though every thing in his eve and coun- 4000rien, someof them are sick. T.he naval force go' aI t ity, th at tile Emperor Alexander hal Cowe stantinople, Sept. 25-In the course of
tenance was serene and collected-other gentlemen consists of one line of battle ship, two frigates, one t" announced to the Congress of Verona hlls in- last week, intelligence was brought by Tartars,
standing by, suggested each his own prescription, to sloop of war, six armed merchant ships, end two tension of entirely changing his system with re- direct from Syria, which confirms what had been
drive away the hypocondriae, depression, as they brigs ofawar, also few gun boats. Nocommunica- guard to Turkey, andofemploying means offorce, previously announced, relative to the disaster at
would term it, tinderwhich he suffered Oil gentle- tion is had with the country, no fresh provisions at to compel at last the barbarous Government of Aleppo. On the Gih of Sept. When the late ac-
nen was his rlyve if.oou knew what cc frins e c tasionally a poor animal dies a natural onstantiople to make consession. We shall counts crame away, the shocktk of the earthquake
mhen, was his reply, if you knew what n y sufferings ak ,offer DO remarks upon this statemnent. A few lelt not yet ceased. The ravages occasioned by
areyon would notmockmein thismanner.deathis death, and his meat is sold in the market rofrom 30 to days, we expect, will enable ts to comninicate the cvent, ate u.t confin.ed to Aleppo. They
my desert, and life I cannot bear! That a partial 40 cents per pound-Fowls $2 to 2 20 each,when intelligence that will supply tihe best comment. have neen felt, ,iore or less, ,it Antal, Antalia,
mixt'roof insanity, wih the fearful tide of emotion to be found.. -Courier. Gesses, Lataki.i, Alex,ndretta,Tarsus, Marasse,
iy xhich hie was actuated, did exist in his mind at 5e Paris, Oct. 26.-It is stated in the Turin G- llaima, and Hems. Some slight shocks were felt
the time, would seem to he certain, if we miay ely LATEST AND INTERESTING FROM EUROPE. zette of the 17thli of October, that according to even at Damas, and the Isle of Cyprus.
f By the arrival at Philadelphia, of the ship Fac- very recent letters from Venicte, scarcely any The plague has made its appearance atCan-
upon the representations of a woman, who came. reciv- hopes were entertained of the life f the celebra- dia, and the mortality there is very great.
before the police the next day, claiming to be hi, t ofom Liverpooleronlo n te s ha e h e te" ted sculptor Canova. At the dale of these let- A fire which broke out o thie night of the 8th
wife, and who moreover asserted that thesefits, as Liverpool o the 30h October. trs, lihe was in lthle last extremity, and his medi- inst. in the house of an Armenian, reduced to
she called them, were notnew with him and that It will be seen by the extractsgiven below, that it cal attendants declared they could do no more ashes 3000 houses all inhabited by personsof the

he had lived in Poughkeepsie too, about the time was believed the Emperor of"Russia had changed his for him. lowestclass.
he hantied. It on ace teo, boubt, th t t views as to Turkey, and had determined to compel His Majesty left Carlton Palace at half past Public tranquility is still preserved by the most
e mentioned. It was a fact beyond doubt, that that power to make those concessions which it had three o'lock on Saturday, for Brighton, where rigorous measures. The plague has made some
some smothered, desperate sensation of guilt tor- hitherto refused,on the representations of the En- lie arrived in the evening. progress in the course of the two last weeks, par-
moented him, and wade him a sufferer, whose case a City, One o'clock.-An express has just arrived ticularly in the villages bordering on the canal,
claimed a ma hi ere se c opean powers Fifteen thousand Turks are stated with accounts of a fall in the Frenh Funds, and and among the troops encamped near Bujukdere.
-deny And, whether sentimentaliingwth a Byron to havegoneover tothe Persians,and that the latter in other public securities at Paris. The English 13Bar 'and Gallata are not quite free from it, but
dey And, whether sentimentalizing wi th a Byron, had been successfulin several engagements with the Funds have also declined. Consuls from 83 to nocase has yet appeared in the hospitals.
iu tilecold and dreamy regions of atheistic hope- rOttoman troops Great uneasiness prevailed at Con- 82. LiVENrPOOLr, Oct. 29
I.sssness, we pine stil linger under 1ci ,^ ^ *GPr Tire terrible efforts of the late hurrincanes are ilai-
s ed pn mand l ud k cloud that thow stantinople, and the Sultan had resorted to rigorous GREECE. ly seen on the whole extent otf the Nor olk eoes ; the
That onedreadfulemotion, that dark cloud that throws, mo"n e y s Letters from Z ante of the 14th ultim on given se of 0 me and 20 b y hav b e (sast a
Its shadowike o'er ourjoys and our woes measures in order to obtain money, his treasury in the freigo apers f l1v cofirn the previous shore, oe 3r with ali t20 nyes ofwrecksand articlest
Or, looking upward to a better hope," where the having become exhausted by the unexpected de- reports of the successes of the Greeks in the Mo ofdifere w a esofwcargoeswksand es
worst four wickedness is wiped away by contrition, mands which the defeat of his armies had occasion- rea. The Turks, after being defeated in the A London paper says, Lord Liverpool and the
we shall see no alleviation of the dark aspect of his ed. plains of Argos by Colcotroni on the 23d of Ju- Chancellor of llthe Exchequer, have determined to
oulv or al tement of urmotives to pityTile accounts of the successes of the Greeks, ly, and at the defile of Trete on the 24th and submit to Parliament, as one of their first measures
soul, or abatement furmotivesto pity, both by land alnd sea, are amply confirmed, and 25th, entrenched themselves at Saint George's, of Finance, a plan for converting the old Four per
.Cent Annuities into Three and K 11alf per cent --
ihe was rsc:arged, we observed, on the next day shew the unfounded nature of the rumor that they where they received reinforcements from PaT" The result ofa similar operation, with ropect to t-he
ion tire repiresenitation of tlhe woman, mnteiioned, as *-uiu niiiyand Lepanto. The Greek armyv was, in ih* me.^T"rsl f iia peain ihrsetl h
,on the r st, n of th womn, nented list]shad made a disgraceful submission to their barhari- a epanto. The Greek army was, in h* mean Fives last year, occasions this experiment "
a kind of impracucble object; and better peace, we a ,,, ss ra. bdition to theai'rain de time, increased by volunteers from all quarters We understand that a rencontre took place on
hope, awaits lim.r an ppressors. In additionto the interestingdetails to 25,000 men ; and they eecupied all the passes Tuesday morning, between Sir Hudson Lowe and
i in a subsequent column, it is stated, in the London leading towards the Isthmus. On the 6th and the Baron LasCasses, eldest son of the Count of that
Police.-On Tuesday, another imitation gold( MorningChronicleof the 26thOctober.thataccounts 7th of August the Turks sought to force a pas- name, opposite the house of the former, when tie
watch was imposed upon, and sold to, a man, under bhad been received that morning from Greece, of the snge upon Corinth. IB the engagement of the baron applied a horsewhip to the shoulders of the
t~ththe wee ataced uon ll oins, nd 1aj)r General -- Alorn. Chron.
the like circumnstan,.esoffraud.whicl attended the most satisfactory nature. On the 24th of Septem. th they were attacked pona points, and re- Lord John Russell has a Tragedy i the press,
"pulsed with great loss. Intilte battle of the 71h, which is said to ab~ounud with sentiments of great
sale of a similar article to a stranger, by a couple ber, the castle of Corinth surrendered to the Christ- which wa verybloody 3000 Trks perished- which is said e nergy. The subject is Do Carlos e
ofjews sometime since. The men were not toglb- in ns, and by this achievement the Morea has been on the field of battle. The General-in-Chiefy Asociety has beenfo'rnedit)i Manchesterlunder
er, at first, and one of them accosting mie stranger again liberated from the barbarians. This event Ali Pachen, formerly Grand Vizier, was among the title of1 the Manchester Society for opposition
pretended great distress for money--goods pawned will be considered important in history, because it the number. Mahmud Dramali, (native of Dra- to fraudulent debtors.
and going to be sold. &c &c for want of it; and has been preceded by the most brilliant success on ",,) Pacha of Thessaly, was made prisoner, .Northern Eapedition.-We stated in the late
begged of him to loan him a sum, much short of the the part of the Greeks. with several Beyes of the Province, sand of Ma- Ipressions of or last umber that .apt. Frank
-cgi eeu 0la 111Asumc-lo 1ie ,, donia. The rest of the Torkish army disper- lI"" udDr. Richardson, of the.Nonterroexpedhtion,
C my '"' reached this city on Friday morning, over ]fland by
watch's real value, judging from its appearance.- lThe Turkish fleet, after the losof six ships which sed itself upon three different points. A corps express; the shis c ity on Friday morning, over andey. We
The other friend then casually came upwith them, they sustained in action with the Grecian navy, at- of 2,500 men gained the high road to Corinlh have not sie been able arrivto collect a Orkney. Wei-
and recommended the watch as of high value ; and tempted in vain to gain the Dardanelles, and were where they were pursued. Another corps of'2000 t. .t,, sr. prce ,., theoni rch ofthese a dverturers
the poor stranger exchanged his money for the trum. forced back into the haven of Napoli di Romania, men took flight towards Hagion Orosfrom whence All -the journals antid memoranda belonging to tlhe
pery article, expecting his gentleman to return as where the Greeks had assembled all their forces they sought hy a desperate effort, to regain the members of the expedition have been forwarded to
oon as he could run and redeem his goods, and re- round them T he situation of the barbarians was a t"iitras earpal Br 0aH it wa cbt, s inrpied a has prevn t ed tlh e n rd i slo obl igation of se recthya
fund him the money, or he himself have a fine for- highly critical, for they were hourly exposed to an very small number, throwing themselves into the general opinion and inferences, except here ande
felt Rut the impostor never came; and the poor attack, and their destruction was extremely proba- mountains, whence they eventually reached Co- there weeh publicationof the Montreal accounts
man has to bear hIs loss, with only the consolation ble, for the Greeks recollecting the bloody scenes at rinth. A third corps, the most considerable of fats .acirctnristanaccs, is to tlel incipaltohiert
t['his glittering, gold washed pinch-beck. Scio and Cyprus, were filled with the mostdetermin- all, was composed principally of Albanians, was. of the expedition, it was correctly stated by the
ed purposes of revenge, particularly the islanders unablee, from its desperate situation, tn take any Courant of yesterday, that Capt. Franklin is san-
ed pupoe of,. revnge patcu_ th islanders, other course than to precipitate itself on [lhe guioe us to the ultimate success of Capt Pary--
To the Editors of the Commercial ldvertiser. The Vienna papers represent (he views of the r adng to Tripo citz O ertaen itu i t e appearaa:e whinhh Polar Seap presented
It has been said that Napoleon, while he admin- Congress at Verona to be pacific, while the Paris flight between Aglndocampoa and the lake of at the mouth of the Copper mine river, ani for the
i'stered the governmentof France, among other wise journals speak of its being the intention of the allied Lerne, it and attacked, and left on the place rosthnce of 500 miles along the coast, northeast
regulations of Police, appointed an intendant of sovereigns to restore the Kingof Spain to his former more than 100(1 men ; the rest surrendered at dis- theweather wulI eritthei t x oe
signs, whose immediate duty was, to patrol ihe authority, cretion. In the number of prisoners wasAliPa- the expedition with a confidence that Cattain Far-
Streetsof Paris, and see that nothing offensive to The French funds had fallenconsiderably, incon. of"arial nandv oNAsoian De Romania, a td Vizier ry would he able itiis year, to accomplish his nrh
good tasteor correctlauguage was exhibited to the sequence it would seem, of the serious indisposition in iancier The aTu in anei haeve gee .\I ^ e squad r wil e;e re
viewoftheinhabitantsofthatmetropolis, withpow- oftheKmg. also sustained several defeats, and have been ceivedhl .,,,i. ....,s, though her settlemientsou the
er to correct all abuses in a summary way. It has LIVERPOOL MARKETS. compelled to shut themselves up in tie fortresses, north west coastof America."--Edinburgh Star.
appeared to me, Messrs. Editors thatsuch an office Liverpool, Oct 23.--The demand for cotton isan- Accounts from Constantinople eonfirm[the re- -A' I I B ---N
aippearea te, Mn 1t o t, ta sh imated and extensive, the sales last week amounted ports of a naval battle having been fought he- ;LATE INTELUGENL E FROM SPAIN.
mihtbecraed i ti ct, ogra advantage, 3)t~ oo 000bas .We quote S Ilad 1 4a 20 twee the Trttks and ti Grelt in whc h The Cadliz ledacmorGeuera of the "2{lh October,
reasonable salary, and sufficient authority to remove tbiog lo mng in Coffee ; considerable spectlation in latter were vieo riousr and captured six of the which has keen received at Norfolk contains llhe

all suich nuisances froW public view in remo f ris heat; extensive sales in Dantz Wheat in Trk ish vessels t following interesting advices from St. Sebastian, by
a~ se n isao cesfiro n public view. In older to bond, :3a 3s. 6d. perhbushel; Philad. Bark has sold T 'he Briish Tuirkey merchants, have for some which it will be seen, not only thi.t the previous

shew that such an police, like many others, would of middling qualhty,11s 9d.a 13s; nothing doingm i time felt great inconvenience from the disordered c previous
not be a mere sinecure, I will mention a few of the Rice; nothing in Tar; a good demand for Virginia produced in their commercial relations, by the statementsofthe favorable views of Great Britain
:uosiliestlaIhave observed iu myrames-sch LLeafTohacco, atformerrates~andsalesofKentucky plunder, murder orflghtofso many oftheopn- towards Spain, and which we lately noticed, are
s" Ceaks & Beer." Bere and myde." *e Wash. GIo)r slxport.enlsae iT rapet ne 9ha s d enh e lent Greeks, produced by tie indiscriminate bar- conufinted, but that there are well-founded reasons
in, and loh riln and going out to days works done Another Accoun.tsarnedote. b1ribe r e lt t his s a cter the lat uen mr en foonbeOlievinogo at ev n Frn eonsitnt nM sseen Pev !
here Core Sarv or the eet Thelater COTTON.--TheottonMarketexhibitsthesnme o ae pe h sbjht, aopy o noprecgnze tle co itutional sysem.
hee+ "oe avtrhe/t., Te latter aninrmted featurewithwhich thasbeencharacteriz C.satnpehsbogh oyo oepe S'r. SwEASTIAN, Oct. 1.3
clause, I ,ust conufes, is of great service, as with- ed for some weeks past, and .he spireof speculatJOn sented to the Sublime Porte by the English Amhas- In the interval of a few noru ts, wta.' have receiv.
nut it we might have remained in doubt whel- appears mn no degree to have abated, notwith-tand.- s.loh. Lord Stranglo d.. It appeals Lha tlhe ed fron various sources the followminews -


er the leamed Doctor did not offer to vend con. g ieenhancement which has taken place within l orte,under prethxt ih.t the Turkish laws do not France has just given ootie to the two Emperors,
serve an avicnle rather design f this period in the value of tile favorite descriptions, suffer a debt to be recove ed from he estate ofa that she cannot participate In an active war against
sree, a atlo lath'er designed for the head tha and we have again to report operations to theextent lebtor, un ess thile defodat be present per,,nl- Spain, nor will shlie allow any foreign army to Cnuter,
feat. Also, ,lhsy temporary umteeswhich are affixed ofupwarcis of .20000 ,ags, of which 6,500 are sup- 1y or hy his atio)ney to admit the justice ot the her tritories
to the walls, especially about quarter day, although posed to ave been taken on speculation. The re- Claim, has rfusni the pavnwnt .oflEnlish ilnins England has given a notice still more Energetic, I
o importance would require som notice.o s Itofthisextraordinarydenad habeena ther upon te property let behind th n,by 'lhe Greck elhe has m iooes ewd to th twol'otentales, tr 1,t is
o f ma h no I m p o r t a n ce w o u l d r e q u ir e s o m le n o t ic e a s a d v a n ce o il B u w e d s O r l e a n s a n d T} e nn e s s e e s o f e e l t e o o p s o l a e o k e ; t % a
we frequently see advertised, "roomsto let with a 1 8" to I 4d. and ]-2d on low qualities of Sea Isl- r!'lugei s ; nd L[udi Straugf"rd l,-s ther,.f,, ",e, t ivd t l u ie i, T o ulig Io
good cichen,"." this house tolett or lese," &c. &c. an" saladl rzilsgenerally ; other descriptions have reqnest,'l-I "If Porte a. ,,.i ",rott..alo t eir v,;asrteceived uo layonm e. hvy aI e, !xtraordlui>y
AkOSbeen little asked for, and not mitcil, If any de ler tna m id hese t: nfim(tuon tu lwhIs t t very cou.Ier i u II wo:io tn to which wtu rs Jtl per 'I m
A6 collateral branqh of rids ttbjact, Iwould no.' On Friday, 974Laguiras 5old brisklyat 7d to 9 1-4it natural alarm-ionfine,t en u!,-, .ritisb subjects o("veacity, r'estw g in Paris mid Londmona ureu


Captain Spence, of thle U. S. sloop of warCyane,
is slated to have entered a protest against theextra-
vagant proclanmation of Morales respecting foreign-
ers We do not consider this document of the
Spanish general as meriting any other notice than
that of silent contempt.

To make room for the foreign news received via
Philadephia, we have been compelled to lay aside
thle Congress news, some editorial matter, and seve-.
ral other articles. Nothing of importance, however,
was done in e other branch of the National Legisla-
ture. The only debate that took place, was on the
bill foroccupying the Columbia River; and this a-
rose on llthe question of its final passage The bill
was finally postponed till the second Monday of
January next.

The Augusta Chronicle and Georgia Advertiser
proposes Gov. Wolcott, ofConnecticut, asa candi-
date for the office of President of the United States.
T"" "
Tile Treasurer ofthe American Bible Society ac-
knowledges thle receipt, during the month of Novem-
ber, of the following sums :
7To constitute Jministers membersbfor life.
Rev Ehbenezei Fitch,, 1).D W)est Bloomfiehi, Onta-
rio co N. Y. by the Female Charitable aud vJis
sionary Society, per Miss Rhoda She;doun. Secre-
tary, Z30
Rev. Mr. Bayne, Rector of St. Peter's Pa
rish, Easton, Md. by a itw Ladies ofTaibot
co. Md. per Miss Seely, Sec'ry, 30
Rev, .'Samuel Clark, Barkhaiustead. Conn.
by tle Fe;mnle Benevolent Sciety of that
place, 30
RFev. Alex Boyd, Newtown. iBuicks co. Pa
by tlle females of h -s .._,.,_. ..- I s30
Rev. Chandler Bates, ,>- t .. Vt by the
females of his parish. 30
Rev Sinil Clark, Princeton, Mass. by the
ladiesofthe Congregational Society terie, 30
Rev Hluward Macilcolm, of lhe Baptist
Chtich, HLudson, bIy the Female Bible Socie.
ty. Hudson, 30
Bev. A N. Y hy Johannes T. Jansen, Esq 30
fRev. George Taft, Rector of St Paul's
Chuirch, tonhO Prov:dence. R. I. by ladies of
his church, 30
Rev, James Lanrie, D. D. W-,V.Iri, ,-,u
City, by members of the Famale ,1... -,....:
ty there, 30
Iyonationsfrom Societies aund individuals.
New Haven county Bible Society, Conn.
by S. J I litchcock. Treasurer. 23 43
Auxiliary Bible Society, Dickinson Col-
lege, by Alfred Armstrong, Cor. Sec'y, 43
Schenectady Female Bible Society, N. Y 50
Chillicothe Female Bible Society, Ohio, 50
Young Mens' Bible Society of Wayne co.
Pa by Arnze Fuller, Treasurer, 40
Stanton, Va. Bible Society, by Joseph
Cowan, Treasurer, 50
Female BibleSociety, Harpersfield,by Miss
M'nttire, T'easurer, 16 50
Plymouth indl Norfolk co. Bible Society,
by the Rev. Dr. Alhyne, through John Tap-
pan, Esq. 25
Female Bible Association, Middletown, N.
J by Miss Ustick, Secretary, 11
Greene co. N. Y. Bible Society, by Oren
Day, Esq Treasurer, 200
Cortland co N. Y. Bible Society, 75
.Caledorria Bible Society, N. Y. 30
Caledonia Female Bible Society, 19 8
Dayton, Ohio, Female Bilble Society, 53 75
Ulster co. N. Y Bible Soietly, 100 '
Vermont Bible Society. by Je than Loo-
nis, Eq Treasurer, 400
M1aryland Auxiliary Bible Society, by Ros-
wall ('Ollt, q 'Iq Treasurer, ,20U
Two individuals Of Dutchess co. N. Y. by
Henry Erroll, 4 50
Johln A McVear, Caledonia, N. Y. S
Elijah Smith, Montgomery, Orange co,.
N. Y. I
Legacy by JamesGilbert Dow, late of New-
Haven, deceased, paid oy Abigail Gilbert,
through S G. Hitchcock, Esq. 10
From Auxiliary S ocetes mn payment for Bibles.
New-Haven co Bible Society, by' S. G.
Hitchcock, Esq. 95 74
Saco and Biddeford Marine Bible Society, :I30
Schenectady Female Bible Society, 28
Bristol county, Mass. 114 37
Clinton county, N. Y. 76
Aniapolis Feinle Bible Society, Md. 70
New Jersey lftble Society, 50o
Plymouthi and Norfolkeo.1 B. S. bv Rev.
Dr. Alhyne, thrit!ih J. .Tappan, 2,
Sourerset co. M:lle. [ ble Society, by Rev.
Mr. Holt, through J Tapp)an 40
Female Bible.Assor:iaiuon, Middletown, N.
J hy Miss Ustick. Svc'ry. 12
Long Island Bible Society, by Van Wyck
Wicks. Esq. Treasurer, 300
('orla l co. N. Y. Bible Society, 1(;5
Herkuner eno N Y. Bible Society, 20
Hardy co. Va Bible Society, 49 63
Moo1refield, Va. Ftemal l" bible Society, 52 20
Hudson, N. Y. Female Bille So0LIlv, 30
Frankin co Pa. Bible Society, by'M. St.
Clair Clkrke, E.q secretary, 100
Caledonia Bible Society, 30 92
Daytoo, Ohio, Female Bihle Society, 6 21,
Steubenville, Ohio, Bible Socertv 7"5
Hunterdon, N J BioleSoiety, 64 75
Albany, N. Y hible society 121 i9
L]O_ ia.tterco. Auxiliary i) blern irtv, I'a. 75
New-\ok Auxiliary Bible Society, 205 50
Bloomfield, N J. Bible Socinty, 7
Vriont Bible Society, by Jeduthan Loo-
tnis, Esq Treasurer, .1t0
Sa'es to individual members this month, 123 33
Falmouth, Mass. lible and Forleign Mlis-
sionaly Socilety, not auxiliary, 14 43
.[lK-'t !)8
VMl. V. W\VOOLSEY ,Tiam.er.
Theissues from thle Depository dinlling thie mol1th
of November, have l eou-
Bibles, 421')6
Tesiitinwnls, ;)itl)7
Total 84'i. value .,.^I!f91 7(;
J. NITCI1E, ggeut A. B. S.

From tlhe Alltay \iv1 ,so! Dec. 13 and 17.
Insolvents advertising fr t/he bcnr/iit (the act ofthis
State
John Bulkley. New-York, Feh 27; John St. Clair,
do. Frel 27 F'ra cis (i'hldjr do F ;e ti ; I r;u I

,islhkuil. Jan 2,: ,Johniii 11 'T'uthnil, ol Oitnge eno
F1ri 1; I iGrlhnlt 11 leumer it, ol hla. Ft, I) ; "Moses
1)ul chain, i il.inhliiehd, Jan. 241; Stephen T. Sinitlh,
of Mana-ka! n iag. ,fai 21! ; tbornelins Slarr. of Never
sink, Jaln. .i ; lHllph I Post, ol Klings co. Jan. 27;
[:laliew 'efi, ol Nhar.waugouk, Jan 5.
..ir .*' 1; /<, I 1, D,
On Mouwlay tr'\i', i>ast, a[ nhdldtown, N. by
the Beyv Mr. Knig M\]r. Joln llr, yd ltemi'rcksoli,
to Miss Adeliun tia'w ord, all of Ilia place.
a I E D.
Ye+ hrd;a' afli'rnoioni, after a lingerluti il ness of
ilioo e tit.d' is I \ir lHachel, tLhevlcol Jasties
tiard:e, :, .... "l' ir age.












the great the excellent ofthe earth. Ih speaking of
the influence that Religion had upon the character
and conduct of the Plymouth Colony, and tlie set
tlement,4ie first took a view of the settlers, a. three
points of observation. 1st, as they were assembled
at Leyden, in Holland, by their venerable 1a strir,'
Mr. Robinson, to resolve upon their departure for
Amerioa, and designate those who should first em-
bark. 2. The second point of observation was to
see the influence of religion upon their conduct, in,
if possible a more interesting light, when they form-
-ed these Ives into a complete body politic, before
they landed;-lthis a nation was emphatically
born on the ocean. 3. He illustrated the influence
of religion upon the character andl conduct ofthese
early settlers of New England with particular refe-
rence to the important fact, that, aften their landing,
under the influence ofthe same spirit, they kept a day
of thhnksgiving. and carried into effect the civil and
religious regulations intowhich they had previously
entered. The speaker led us in a delightful path, back
agaii tothe scenes of labor and suffering.and the pla-
cesofthe lastrepose, of the PilgrimsofNew England ;
and dwelt upon their character, theirexample, their
spirit and actions, in terms so just and glowing, as
to cause them almost to live again before us. We
felt, wilh them, the persecutions of Bancroft and
Laud, when the intolerant James declared in his
Star Chamber,. Let not Puritans be counte-
nanced"-we fled with them to Leyden-- we,
(in imagination at least,) mingled our tears with
those of the little flock of the saluted Robinson, when
"the Arst colonists einbarked for the wilds ofithe new
word--and,the perilsofthevoyage surmounted, we
-couldl fancy ourselves standing upon the Rock,
bounded by the dashing waves upon one side, and a
vwaste howling wildernsss upon the other. Though
the asbject was by no means new, yet Ihe drew an in.
teresting contrast between the situation of this coun.-
try at that period, andi at the present. Then,-all
-wasas's-ste and gloom ;--now-wse see a great and
-extelding empire--the wilderness has melted away
-ity savage tenants are gone. Instead thereof, we
haie crowded cities, the numberless villages, the
gardenss, fields, hamlets, and woodlands of a mighty
.peislie-of a nation, more happy, more intelligent,
,anio' free, and more pious, than any nation upon
ear.t. And to whom, but the Pilgrims, under Pro-
-vid since, do we owe it. that this nation, "' born inm a
lda)." is now contributing so efficiently, to the wel-
.far of the human family,by accelerating the march
of mental and moral improvement, and by setting
anuixample to the nations, that all may be free, and
,pi us, and h >py ? To whom, but the Pilgrims, d(1
we we it, that a union of public power and private
libbly isexahibited, in a harmony uuparallelled in
the totals of time- where the might nof political
co ibanation is inseparably blended with individual
*ex tiun, and where al. the powers that contribute to
-na. onal prosperity are awakened by the freedom it
,givA stotheir exercise ? The speaker dwelt at large
up i the peculiar character of the Plymouth settle
.lete which was different from all others--being in
fact a religious community. It was doubtless o
ingo thidb circumstance, that they were so specially
favt(ed by Providence, and led subsequently to
exef such an influence upon the rcesinies of the
-ccii try. They inought the ark of God over the
.migty waters, to give it a resting place in a land
*)UtlaB which the darkness of centuries had hung:---
*al while other adventurers were seeking the Gold
-.of0lexlco,and-the patents of Virginia, it was their
:si tular ambition, first to set tp a tabernacle at Shi-
lo1, and worship God in the conscious liberty of his
,*liancipated sons.,
another r prominent subject 'of remark dwelt upon
hby.' Ite Speaker, was ,"e early introduction of a
:so nd system of religious education, by family in-
-stijuction-,and which has ripened into the noble pub-
-iicr:fee school establishments in the New England
States at the present day. Not a child or a servant
.v suffered to grow up ignorant of the elements of
winwledge, or unable to read his catechism andn
Bil le. Indeed, it was early made a penal offence in
.an. one not to teach his children and apprentices toi
freasi the English language perfectly. Such has been
a h' effects of this system, that the great mass of the
B1e,: Euglantid population,is nwv the mostenlightened
Sof yvon earth. The descendants of the pilgrims are
the knost intelligent, the most politic, the most happy,
.wan lthe most pious people on lthe globe. Why, else,
hawJ they exerted, and will they continue to exert,
,snail a mighty influence upon the destiniesof Ameri-
tca tann the world? It was in short the spirit and
'co duct of the Pilgrims, the care with which all
Ihefi laws and institutions were framed, and above
all, ihe foundations upon which they were based,that
in t!he National Panorama, have made the country
peonled by the descendants of the Pilgrims, in the
-eye eof the world, the brightest, sweetest, holiliest
.spot; upon earth !
Blut we ttust close. We ha-ve neither time nor
rioos-i to dojustice in this hasty sketch, to the excelf-
lent discourse delivered. The subject, as their
prntacher observed, swells immeasurably. It peoples
all the regionof thought and feeling, enters deeply
init lthe present condition .and character of New-
England and her sons, and spreads like Heaven's
ppur and powerful light, over all this happy country.

From Curncoae-It appears, by accounts front
n'uracoa, received at Philadelphia, to thi, 20th ult.
"that a division of the Columbian aBrjy, censistingol o
i3200 intantry, and 100 cavalry, had engaged Mio-
Tales on the lth Nov. andl, according to the Spanu-
Jaisht-e:ieralh' accounts was entirely defeated, leav-
(tug in thIe iands of the victors 11111 muskits, 180d
'i.jisoners with 36 otfliutrs. 100 dead. end llItie wound-
ed, two colors autd warlike stores," besides "all tIhe
baggagee of the enemy, frimrn its chief to bthct of the
Sst soldier." Morales says that his loss in this atf-
. air was one colonel, one commandant, 10 officers,
und 46 soldiers liled, and 70 wounded, .
'The Colombian squadron under Comn. Di.nicls, I
was off. the port on the 20th, waiting for the Spanu-
ists squadron to co.tne out. The Governor of Cura-
(cra had addressed a rermonstrance to Morales (simin-
lar to that of Capitain Spence) in which I.s Excel
lency warus the Spanish chief against ill treating
Dutvbh -ubjects.
C

The Pasrates.-A letter from a gentleman in Ha-
-ana to his friaud at Washinglmon, dated the 291 i
hIt states, that besides the frigate, brig, and cutter, I
whichh haad arrived from England, ton cruise against i
he pirates on tie con.is of Cubha, it was expected ithe t
Irrtish'lgoveretniitl wenuld sprd twelve schoones of c
gtn draft nf water, to be enitployd in tIe samel
rvirwn. 'h .iu fourc, cnmhined with nerane amemut.
r. was hoped,' would sourt clear thIe seas of these a


pbbers. q
m t I o
Itis very foolish1 iti Mr. Noah to lake1 fie becau-c
p-, sati:d.thbat Iwo .ew.- hd comumitteri a fraud in t
I,' ling' some pinchbeck watches for pure gold. No.-
- dy suspectt- nthat Mr. Noah h;ad any ihanit in the
buintess. Had anI Irshimautn lknu(o ktd the Shcrill
I,wn with a -hprig of shelalah, we" should have .-il L
il '( *-,one hy nr i jishman ; or, should a Yanklee \
il L'r c upon t im with wcodcn nut-mns, we should L


not disguise the fact, but own, at once, that it was directing the Speaker to express to George W. which the use of the rifle may be brolt. The
lone by a brother Yankee. Ervitg, Esq. the thanks of this House, for the li- havoc made at New-Orleans, near the close of
beral donation of French and American Medals, the last war, leaves no doubt on this subject -
Robbers.--Three armed men entered the house of made by him to Congress, for the use of the Na- I have been told of a case, of two riflemen there,
Mr. JohnG amber, in Gorham, Ontario County, on tional Library. On motion of Mr. Colden, it who shot at the same officer, and vach claimed
,the 8th instant,and, by threats, obtained possession was resolved, That the Comnmittee on Naval himr-one said that he shot to hit him under the
of all the money oi the premises; after which they Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expedien- left eye ; the other that lie shot.at his head ; he
cy of continuing to the widow and child of the wasfound to have been shot just under the left
decamped. Mr. G. had fortunately paid away the late Captain James Lawrence, of the U S. Na- eye, and also in the head ; so that he would
greaterpartof his cash only a few days before. vy, the pensions, heretofore allowed to them. have been killed ny either. The immense car-
The trunk, which was recently cut from the mail The bill forthe relief of Wm. Sayles, was nage at New-Orleans seals the truth of all I hare
coach, was found near the foot of theCanandaigua passed thlongh a committee of tile whole, vir. sail. I have bhen told, further, that, alter the
lake, rifled of its colents Hill in thile chair, and ordered to he read a third battle, a bet of a supper was made between tihe
Stimle to day, and was subsequently read a third ofrices of two ifle corps frImi Georgia and Ten-
.Accident.-A little bo), son of Mr. Ira Moore, in tli""e, passed-, and sent to the Senate. The case lessee, of 6 shots a side. arn hundred ya;ds ; that
Cananda was latel so burnd by his cllhes f Wi. yes is tistis: ie ibecai.e security, In ,they shot at a piper on the imoulth of a musket,
C andagua, waslalelobned by his cluiethe year 1807, for tile Post Master at Peteruoro. hlia( the ltTenesseea ts sit, their six bills into
taking fire, that he was not expected to live. Not- i, the state of Newv-York. In 1815, tie Post tihe musket, tin which te Georgians gave upi the
withstaudilg the many accideris of thii nature, and Master removed from thAt part of the country.- bet. Sir, (said he,) I live no doubt if our mili-
the ease by which they might be prevented, it w In 1821, Win. Sayis was sued for the money lt a shall he thus armed iad thus prepared, aind
melancholy to observe how little precaution ia used due by nis principal to the government, and judg- their eats of sharp shouting published to thee
by -parents, and those having tile care of children, inen"' was recovered against inm for upwards, of World, that all the powers It Euiope would not
S300 dollars, upon whinh he is now confined in be able to press their officers to land on our
to prevent their feelings being agonized by a fate so the limits iof the coltnty prison. Sayles i9 82 coasts; buislr, if thi-y hill, notwithstanding,
lamentable, yeas nof age, and miserlily poor. The bill pro- have the hardihood, I have no doubt lihey will
Vhite Fish -A great number o persons are I- es to discharge him from ronfinemnent on his pay for their emerity. The resolution was or-
White Fish -A greater ber of persons deliveirng up all the property lie has, or may dered to lie on the tale.
employed, at present, li the white fishery on the herefter ac,,,ire. U. S. FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION.
Lakes than at any former year ; ]I,,00 barrels had ADDITIONAL JUDGE OF MICHIGAN. The House their, otn motion of Mr. Fuller,
been caught by one person. They are considered The house then on motion of M r. Sioley, re- took up the bill, lying on the table from the last
worth from four to five dollars the barrel. solved itself into a conmittee of the whole, Mr. session, for incorporating the United States' Na-
SWood i i lihe chair, on the bill to provide for at) val Friternal Association for the relief of the
Gov. Ca-s lias left Detroit, Michigan Territory, additi.tinal Judge in tie territory of Michiganl families of deceased officers ; and the liuesion
for the city ofWashington, t conequenceofwhich, On the details of the bill (tihe general necessi- being on nrdring thile bill to a third reding-
the duties of Governor ad interim, have devolved on ty for which was fully explained by Mr. Sibley) sonime debate arose upon it, between Messrs. Ful-
Mr. Secretary Woodbridge. soien detbae arose between Mr. Sibley a.nd Mr. let anid Colden, tile latter of whom, doubled
SS Cookl. A motion was made to re-commit the whether it was within ithe constitutional powers
The Rev. JOHt SUMMERFIRLD is going out in the bill, tlut this was Opposed o tile ground tihat thI i oi Coigress, 'iThe bill was ordered to lie on the
ship Six Brothers, Capt. Mason. The ship cleared caseicn. templattio oft the bill was one Ih'lih. Lablep-s alio the bill to provide for ile appoint-
on Sa yndweundertandwialo-periously required a idy-the people of ent f an additional judge in the Territory of
nveaiderstaidwillsailto-io-rr thie country nowiv suffering from tithe want of a Michigan.
Fire.--A saw mill, valued al $1000 belonging to court,l i atl present it travel some one thou- Th engrossed bill to make perpetual, the act
Jona A sand miles, sortie 600, sme400, &. to Detrt, of March 3, 181, to regulate the collection of
Jonas Aln, Esq i endot, Ontai Co. was es, wlere te Supreme Cio rtntw holds its session duties or imports and tonr;ige, was read i third
troyed by fire on the 1ith inst. This is the third which was -h e a deal as to a mount toea relu- tite, passed, and sent to ie Senate iar econcur-
time Mr. A. has sullered in this way. saltofjustice, &c. Tite hill was not re-commit- rence.
led, bit finally ordered to be engrossed and read cSSUERMt=
John W. Walker, of the state of Alabama, has re- a tuird imle to-minirrow.
signed his seat in the Senate of the United States, in FRIDAY, Dec. 20. PRICES OF STOCK--Dzc. -23.
consequence of continued ill health In the Senate, among others, a bill concern- NAJlTIO.NAJL,
Sing the linds to be granted to the state of Mis- 6 per ct. War Loans 1812 : :
COJVGRESS OF TIHE UNITED STATES sonri, for the putpnses of education, nod other do. do. 1813: : : : : 103; a 1041
WAsmHiNTOS, %Vtedesday, Dec. 18,1822. public uses, was read a third time, pissed, and Ido. do. 1814: : : : : 105 a 106
nla the Senate, this day,.Mr. tWaretubmuittd are- sent tn the house for concurrence. The resolu- do. do. 1815: : : : :
solution, instructing the Military Cominttee to in- tions offered yesterday, by Mr. Johnst-n, of Lou. 5 do. 1820 :
quire into th expediency, ol irovidini byl law for and Mr. Johnson, of Ky. respectively, were seve- rio121 :
tie final settlementofthe ndlitiria clanc, n i the la:e rally taken p a lnd agreed to. Mr. Barton, from 3 do. : : : : : : : : :
ofGeorgia, horeservices rendered underordero th.e ,the cninitt e f claims, reported a bill foi r the
President, during the )ears 179Z, 1793, and 1794.- STA TE.
Six private bill, heretofore s tated to lave re ved relief of eiieuezr Stevens, arind others, which N. Y. State Sixes : : : : :
thei first reading, ivere severely read a second was read. Ths Senate then proceeded to the Caual Sixes : : : : : : 1084 a 110
time, and referred to committees. appointment of a committee oi the subject of ________Fives : : : : : : :
lin the IHou-eof. Repreeritatives, ffteen petitions roads and canals, ie pursuance of the resolution City Loan Sixes : : : : : : 1031 a 105
were presented ani referred--amioig theina vas oni adopted yesterday, and MPess'. Browvn, of Ohio, -- Fives, old
presented by Mr. Hocheler, racingng for the erec- Kingi, f N. York, Smithli, of Md. Jhnson of Ky. --i i--,- do. new : : : e : :
tion of a light-hQuse at or near Gieat Sodus By,oil and Iboitney, aere a pointed. BAJ1'KS.
Lake Ontario ; whir i pitio as referee to te J K sub ed a resotion United States Bank :y : : : : : 105 a 1053
Committee onitCoiiierce; and Mr. Jnrnninig: lre- lNew-Yor :
sredaprttion of thleboard of Trus ofthe es- .v hich lies ,,the lable one day of course, cal- oewf orK o : t i : e : : : s
teraMi.sionarySocietl,prayngforagrauoiitract lingformformati,n reliive to thle expense of 'laatiant : : : : : : : 116 a 118
of land, the better to enable them o carry into el- furnishing the militia of the western stu tes with M chajs : 103 104
fect their plan for the civdlizatio of certain 11ndian armst-tile al, he s:lid, was tecesssary to ena- Uno : : .: :. :. 95 a 97
tribe.; which was referred to the Couim ittee on htie the committee on niilitary affairs to proceeAid Ah-eric -. .- :-: : .It a 102
Public Lauds. understantingly inl tie enquiry which they were C(ity : : : : : : : : : 3 a 931i
Mr. Cook, from the Select Coonnittie e on the instructed to lnke into the exi;edicacy tofestab- Phenie : : : : : : :
subject, ri porlted, in tarl, a bill to artlhol i-ue listing anarmory on tihe i 1 western wale's. Franklin : t : : :
thie ;,. u< ,.-..-l. .,i-m. a road from X' itlue i,,i Itt time H ,,,.e r i B'pritsentatives. eleien peti- North River : : : : : : 95 a 100,
t th. .. -..... to St. Louis,iii the. tae t sa r e ecE o 1PA ES.
;M ,i .,,'i L it. i,.iJ] )oposts to appointr tlnoi ,ni thus v.'; e presented d disp ,suid of --- amoni g I ,. .O. N. .
inr, &c. One u the provi,,ons of it is, that hett tie Mir. J. S. Juhnston presented a mtrorial Net- ork : : : : : : 05 a 109
load ahl ph.l-s by lie Ceai, o l goqeruLTniutnt of tlie o; tile (ieieril Assebly If tire State of Louis)- Hope I-- -- : : : a 1900
S Ocetant------------------------983- a 101)
states of Ohio, Indiana, and liUmois ] The bill ana, praying lIr a grant of two small tracts of American : : : : : : : : 121a sales
was twice read and comiuitted. ]',ild hcllngiug to the Uni'ed States, to be appli- National : : : : : : 115 a 117
Mr. Hardim, of Kentuc, y; cffi.red a resollJton ed to useful .,rnd important public purposes ; Pacific: :
witch -t as ,uipted, ffr tile tpponliiitilt o1 a corn- a hich l menori al was rfetrre.I s t the con ittee I'nion :
"ritie tu enqui ewhatlulribher reitrenchmi nt ci. be oll public -lands. [As the publi 0 lands I ) nn ow- Mutual : : : : : : : : : : : 115

e mt ihe tni w. a-days, e presrie this erquest will he granted asi gou 25 a 18
o iLntustauina, olered art-olittion. (wiu:ni rnut-t lie o c""tis* tloe .
ot the .able ont day of cosut-c) rque titus( tih e- The resolutio n moved yesterday by Mr. Tritm- ti-e : : : : : : : : : : .4 110
cretary of state to lay before ihis hotu-e so muci t i ble, requcsng Irom tie t'residet of the United FrtlitC-l "ic : : : l: :: 10c a 111
the letter ot Mr. Prevost, as relates I.I tie estabulili Staes inu lrstr ution ani esitInalts of the expense ,vierchaints : : : : : : : : 105 a 107
inetIt at the mouth olt Columbia river, and such a ol f oritiying Thonupson's Isl.-nd, commonly c:l- Iutlton : : : : : : : : : : : llo a 11l3
forialion as 5 e ina3' have u l his )uos-e.sloUi r ulain- la]el Key W esi, on thi, ciasi n o Floriii, tFi e 1 i rlnhattan : ; i ; : : ; :
tlon to the arrangerneut, nmadeabout the yt-ar 1814, taken ui ; atnd rhe question hbein stitedi oin agree. Nortn river : : : : : : : : : 107 a 1071
1y the Nrth West Company, with the prupritosing there lit. Eu Or a settlement made y citizens of the Unted ld not e expediet t let s resolution liCoal : : : : : : : : : : : : 94 a
States, at the mouth of Lolutubia river, bj which C-ilh ui te 't'la10t lt lt s reslun im- ---------1 a
tlat company became p-i-eised 01of ha(tetmenut. oil the tl.ble for the present. It ,as well nnder is'hha : a : : : : : : .103 a 19
On motion of Mr. Coicke, a Committee was di- stood, he said, that ia survey ot tie coast iof Flori- EYXCH1nA.AGE
reacted to be appointed to inquire what number of dli, &c. hd been ord,i rd, oid was now i i lita Bills oi London<, 60 days e : : t 113.
public lots have been sold in the city of VWashing- of execution. That neig ithe case, it not being Brit.government : : : : :
tion, by whom, and how much uinnney hias been. possible that tle President could yet give the In- FIrance : : : : : : : : 5 5
paid over, &c. [Thit resulution was evidently lotimntio eqo,'ed, he tuhoi.ght there adoption of Amsterdam: : : : : : : 40 a 40
produced by the last letter of the Native of Vir- the resolnieon wtull at this time be premature.- Breren n : : : : : : none
ginia.] Mr. Metcalfe offered a resolution, (which Cornsierable debate arose. Mr Trinibl, war.- Spanish Dollars : : : : : : : : : : :
must lie over otue d,:y of course) iequesing the !y, sronuly,anr epeaedly oppose! the postpone- Dubloons : : : I : : : : 815 50 a 15 60
President to communicate to the house wha pio- rient. Mr Fhiyd s u idtl e nwas svery we' n tvi o-
gress has seen made in the execution, of an acit of C"n, Ifrom his retflectins uit the subject, that the T MARKT FR H
the last session, entitled An act ti, abolish the lotific.io of the Island, l which ie getlemn REVIE OF THE MARKETS FOR THE
Indian Traidiug Establishunents ;" with a report lhad spoken, ought not to take place. The Is- LAST WEEK.
from the factories irepectively, as the same tMay land in tluestion is distant hia least thirty miles PREPARED FOR THE NRW-YIORK SPECTATOR.
be made to "him. And Mr. WValworih offered a front the mtaoin land of Florid'a. No,, said he, .Mlonday, December 23.
resolution (which must also lie oin the table ine i!'fe are to have navall depots, let us hv thie FLOUR and GRAIN, have declined during the
day,) callingforcopesofie several laws which onland-onportis f our territory that can be pat week; aour quotations are consequently re-
li-ve been pr ssed by the Legislative Council of approached without recourse to the ocean. To New-York superfine, $6 62 a 6 87
Florida. s nrimintain a d. pot otr lor ified sta.iion on this or Do .- Western, 6 75 7
OCCUPATION OF COLUMUIA RIVER. any other island, toult require that we should Plhiladpipihia. 6 75 a 6 87
The Hnuse then, according ,to the order of the also hiave ctoulano d of tile sea. II not our ene- Baltimiore, Howard-st.
day, again resolved its-elf into a aommiitee of the my could easily find his way bet ceelln the conti- Do. wharf, none
whole, Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, it the chair, on ineut atl[ thie Island, and initccept all communli- Richmond, city, 6 87
the bill to auihorise the occupation of the mouth cationl between thire. All the Iarl,ies of the Urni- Do. country, 6 62 a 6 75
of the Columbtia Rivet. No debate or proposi- telld Stte, brocltit uinti Florida, would avail no- Frediericksburg, 6 62 a 6 75
tion being offered thereon, the coinmittee rose tling to defend -ni insular sttiortt against a na- Petersburg, new h6 t62 a 6 75
andi reported the bill to the Hoose with the iner,- v,,l iorce. For this r,-ason, he .was eutiiely ',ppo- Rye Flour, 3 62 a 3 75
ments. The amendments were severally taken. sed to this project ofnest.itli-huiog a naval -l.-pti Corn IMeal, in bhis. 3 75
up ,Iud agreit to nry the Ho-ise, uei,t the bill oun thtl island. The resolution was finally .I- Do. in hhds. 17
being further amended, Mr. Wright rose, greed ton-79 anemhers ising in its fI vor. \Wheat, N. River, per bush 1 35 a 1 40
,And delivered his sentiments eat length, in favor lr. Fuller offeerd a resolution, (wnich lies o- Do Virginia 1 31 a 1 33
of this biu. He sdwel upon Ithe policy of esta- ver one day of course) irectingt the Secretary of "Do N. Carolina, 1 25
blshilng a station in tinrt country, and on the the Navy to inform lthe House what rules al Coin, Northern, yellow, 6270 a 63
duty of providing a government or law unver eve- regulations have been proposed hy the Bardn of Do. do. white, 65 a 68
ry tenito y which is acquired by the U. States. Co ormissioners and approvedd by the President, Do. Southern, 58 a 60
He enlarged also poun -he vnlue ol hefur trade, ior nthe Governm :nt of the Navy of the United Oats, 37f
and the interest which the United Stae States have i Stale-, and how la. revision of tire samnmi may Barley, 75
protectuig and encouraging it, &c. and very be necessary. Mr. M'Carntyoffered a resolution COTTON.-Uplands are reduced about half
warmly supporti-d the bill in every liIght Ir which which was adopted, instructing the Committee cent The business of the week was small. Ou ia
Ie cold pilae it. He adverted, in tie rntnrse of Military Affuirs to inquire into the expehien- quotations are'slationary. r
his remarks, to ihe preposterous clairnsset up bvy y tof conlinuing to tile widow if the late Cn- New Orleans, 11 a 145 cents-
Russia in the direction of our possessionson the lonely Electius Backus, whoi tel at Sackett's Haz- T D, new', 17 a 17
Pacifi,, as atiother reason why we should make tor during time hile war, the half pay pension Uplantl, 10 a 1
;oud otr fCutug there, &c. The couuiry, said teretfofre allowedd hutr. ADlit. tny crop, 11 a 13
I, is t nir priuesry, arnd it becnmtes our tnty to Mr. Canon nt evrl to take up the resolutions Sea. Island, 20 a 25
t.ke care of it. Mh. Baylies followed Mr. submitted (o himn some days ago, relative to rnil- Telintessee, 9 a 10
Wright, in a Inc andt able speech upt, the saore itory roneerns; which thle house refused to con- TOBACL O.-Our rates are without alteration.
iide, ani Mr. Tucker delivered a short speei l a- sider, 59 votes to 56- Virginia is it some request.
tainst ithe hill. Mr. Flutyd rhen rose, and in or- ARMING MILITIA WITH RIFLES. Richmond, 6 a 8 cts.
ler to accommodate the wishes of some gentle- Mr. Wrnght submitted thie following ;-iResol- Petersburg, 54 a 6
nmen, who desired time to consider this subject, ved, That thie Committee on the Militia be t :- Keltucky, 3 a 5
Ind also because a resolution hi.d been this day structed to inquire into the expediency of arm- ASHES-Both Pots and Pearls have advanced
nid un the table calling ifor further information ing the militia with riles, except those residing considerably. Wequote,
)n the subject, moved ihal the further consildera- in cities, towns, and villages, and report thereon Pos $146 25 per ton
ion of this bill be postponed to tie second.)lon- by bill or otherwise RICE -Some parcels of oi rice have arrived lthe
ayoinn Jartnurif. This nation was agreed to ; In submitting this resolution, Mr. Wright past week; the quality generally inermir to former
indl th l louse ajournted. mede a speech which we should like to give en- supplies. Sales l thn latter have been made at
T/uursday, December 19. tire, but have noti room. The militia in the $2 75 a2 87 Our quotations remain time same.
In the Senate,the resolution offered yesterday, country, said lr. W. in their irspei..-dc situatilioni, Rice, all qualities at market, .52 37 a 3
y yMr. Bonsen, for the aplointmentof a standing can never he itunght th.- nuse of the musket, atnd FLAXSEEI) as a very linuted demand, thers
ommititee on the subject of roads and Canals, ma itnievres necessary to fit lheinl to ctntendil willthi not being a disposonu to pu chase either for ship-
was taken up till. Mr. tHowten wished to make in a regular foreign army. The nubor they undem- piPgor speclulatlmou.
tne uof the standing rules of the Senute, that sien go in their penie.eal nmeetmings, their mnitachinngs :K .h. $7 6:2 a 7 75
cmmmuitrltee should be appointed. Mr. King, of and conntiuter-mathres ; tlieii lugingt their lusty i .'*u. hi a 8 76
New-Yilt, questionedtheexpediency ofengraft- nuske;sfive or six miles, or pieraniventure, the NAVALSTORES.--N ivariatioin pri-
ng this unsettled subject on thie standing rules of using sticks for fimnlocks,s s I. nly painful to a ctesu; nd the rnumrket nr iterybrisk .
he Senate, alhonghi 1 night he very piper tn speculaor skilled in arms, and I knnis- vastly dis- ar, .: ., a 1 56
reae, from time to time, a committee on it.- dressing to e country mihtilia. Butt, Sir, armn Do. 1s dlrnington, 3
'i resolutinrn was alered so as tno make it read iie co ts ctnn t iia r ilh rile, ald possess eac LUMBEl..--Present selling pres from esnels i
elrt committee, and agreed to. Mir. R. AT. John- of them ih ad rfle, compel them o meet aIttst t of.. mtI se r-nm Ie ees
Omi suiilitled a resnhultin for coensitdertion, iii- ten as may tse tInoughl necessary, tnd cistelntie Ahltany Boards, per pii'ea unt inspected, 15 ets.
iructing the c-,nnitt-ee onu Mrlitarv Affalrs rt em- line fines ani Ibrleilures inlto preaniurms fur shlnp Plank ulu.iwiteile do. tnt. 2(1 a 122


uire iwio the exp, diency of electing an Armory shllooting-takin- care to have the lunrth day nof Do yellow pine,do. ( o. 20 a -22
n the Wesiern waters. July, perpet'ilally, ulue of those days ; mmnd, si,yonu White pine loaund, per 1000 ft. inspect-
lt the House of Representatives, three resolu- will relieve thie militia fi om an l tolerable our- ed, i -eichantable, 14a 1l5
ions offtreed yeste day, were pressed, viz. that then, tive iherm a perfect confidence in their P'ine Shigles, per nunch (or Ml.) best 2 25ia 2 62
oved hy Mt1 Jlohnsion, ofLouisiana, requesting streumgth and power, and make thlem, .is I ove Pine Blihihg nter per i ft 13 lit 1 50
*" Sec: -ltaty ut State to comnlnica te certain iln- always thought they were, the real bulwark iof ti hi IliTimbr per eO1 it. 13 a 14 d
,rmnation respecting the Territory it the nm nuth te libe ries of their country. They fight for quest; S --tl i Re.itili ti, ila ,cs is int sume re-
if Colum bia River- lal. r-atlve toIn thie India themselves, and nInt like itercenaris oer n tly ; u e ani; e ha1,e ie ast nI lih,- l,, au Io nibli. Prices-
uanding Establishment : and that offered by Mr. they in a little time, a hundred or two hunhbed i lsielthut use to p i a b cotvt.
VN lwonrti, calling for copies of the Territorial yards, woulnid be sure of their object ; unu i rifte- liavanllalnd ;Alit;lZ,'ta, 229
loanss of Florida. A resolution was also passed, men need not be toid of the vast certainly to Mlarnnique and Guadaloupe, 23 a 31


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FRUIT-Muscatel Raisins at private sale, have
brought 18s 6d a 19s. Blooms scarce. Bunch plen-
ty. Keg raisins, at $,7 dollars, meet a free sale.
Raisins, Bloomr, e2 12
Do. Muscatel, 2 37k
Do. Bunch, 2 62,
Do. casks, 7

.MARRIED.
On Saturday evening last, by the Right Reverend
Bishop Holiart, Thomnas S. Gibbes. Esq. ofCliarles-
ton,S. C. to Mli-s Susan A nette, daughter of J. C.
Vandenheuvel, Esq. of this city.

D I E D,
Last night,Thomas James De Lancey, son of John
Peter De Lance'y, in the34th year of his age.
The friends Find relations ofvthe family are request-
ed to attend his funeral to,-morrow r afienooit, at half
past 3 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 42 Broad-
way-withouit further invitation.
On Saturday evening last, Mr. Marclus M. Van
Gieson. in the 53d year of his age
Funteial froni Ilis late residence 335 Broadway,
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
On Saturday evening last, of a long and painful
illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude,
Catharine A Hedley, in tile 15tb yearofher age.
Funeral from the house of her father, No. 56'
Chapel-street, between Reed and Duane-sireets, this
afternoon at 4 o'clock. without further invitation.
Yesterday boring. Mrs. Rachel Burtis, aged 20
years, wife;of Thontas Burtis, after a short but severe
illness. which she bore with christian fortitude and
resignation.
Funeral this afternoon from the house oft her
father, Christian Stamler, No 200 Bowery.
At Flatbush, on Friday evening last. Mrs. Belin-
da Van Steennerghi, aged 82 years, for many years a
resident of this city
On friday last, atNew-Brunswick, N. J. Colonel
Stephen Kemible
At mne Plantation of William Lester, Esq. near
Georgetown, S. C. 6th inst. Joseph SaYsbury, of
Tiverton, Mass.
At New-Orleans, Nov. 16th,Mr. William E. Lee,
of Boston, aged 29; Matthlw Coyle. New-York 21.

ARRIVED .SINCE OUR LAST.
Brig Eliza, Burgess, of Bostou, 63 days from Dun-
dee, with coals, linen, and bagging, toi W V Russel,
Boorman& Johnson, Kennedy 4- Maitland, J'Tay-
lor & Sons, J Low, R Given, and P Lee 4f Co: Pas-
sengers, Mr. W Miller, lady and clild, \V. Harri,
and J Brady. Spoke, 17th inst. about 126 miles frn
the Hook. brig American. 24-hours from NYork.-
20th, lat38, II, Ion 42, 21, split-the rudderand fore-
topsail, and carried away all he\ bulwarks, in a seo
vere gale, from SW NE.
BOSTON, Dec. 19.-Arr. schlrs Eliza, Stevens,
Port au Prince and Turk5 Island, 18i, codee and salt
Dec. 20.-Arr. buig Massachuiietts, Hobatt, 21U
days from'New Orleans, and 18 from the Balize,
with hidles, horns, tobacco, and cotton.- Spoke in
tihe River, 1st iust. brig IHopIe, JIb.iei, 2-1 days from
Marbltehead, who reported havis g rtallien' i Tith
the wreck of -chr Hoipe. of Newburyport, cheil
three daysout, dismasiied, and no person oil board.
Brigs Warner and Fanny, 25 (la1s from N York ;
shipFoster, of N. York, 14 days from Turks lsl-
and. Brig tGovernor Brooks, of Boston, sailed i'.
the Balize, Ist inst. totI libraltar, spoke her the 8th.
near Maranilla Ref. Off Tortug-s, passed a cop-
pered ship with bright sides, snowed a blue burgee
Ati la nati i t frho etlhe r e e was st er-


JVE- LINE OF LIFlVli-OUL fdJGAiA b.
SHIP HERCULES,
Thomas W. Gardiner, mnaster,- .to sai
1,2th month, (December) 24th.
SHIP METEOR,
,- than Cobbi, raster, to si a. 1st moe
(Jan.) 24th.
The owners of the ships HERCULES, Capte
Gardiner; METEOR, Capt. Cobb hIPANT'HEA,
Capr. Bennet;q and MANHATTAN, Captaire
Crocker; intend' one of them shall sail Troim N.
York on the 24th, and fieoi Liverpool on the 8sh
of each ontnth.
These ships are all of the' first class-areS cap-
pered,, have convenient Cabins, well furnished
siih Beds, Beddmng, and Stores of every descrip-
tion ; they are ably commanded, and InsurancY
can be effected on their at the lowest rates.
For freight or passage, (which is 35 guineas iit
the cabin,) apply to
BYRNES, TRIMBLE & CO.
dec2 159 South street,
FOURTH LINE. OF
LIVERPOOL P1CV'ETS.,
T HE suoscribers have established the follow-
ing ships as a line of Packets between this
port at d Liverpool, to leave this port on the 8thy
and Liverpool on the 24th of each month iri the
year, viez:
r- The ship CORTES, Nash De Cast,
', master ;.-to sail on the 8th of January,

New Ship CORINTHIAN, G. W, Da-
vis, master, to sail the 8th-of Februi-
ry.
New Skip LEEDSt, -* ---
master, to sail 8th Marchb

The ship ROBER-' FUTLTON, Henry
g Holdridge, master ; to sail 8th April.

'I these ships will 6e aiouf4tf06iong each, built
of the best materials, copper fastened and cop-
pered, and nio expense will be spared in maki,,tp
the accommodations convemenie and comfortable-
for passengers.
The price of liassage in the dain eii 35 gtuii -
eas-for which eutn beds, bedding, wines, an 1
stores of the first quality are furnished. F'r.-
freight or pass-gej apply to the Captains ont
board, to FISH & GRIRNELL, or
THADS. PHELPS & Co.
dec r10' 0 South-street.


FOR LONDON-First Ship.
,&C4 { The regular trading c'oppered shirp
ROBERT ED;VARDS, comnnmaned leI
Saintiel Sherburnbie, succeeds the Cincinnatur,
and will positively asail on the 2d proximo weath.
er permitting. For freight of 50 bles of cbltio-;
or other goods ofaqiual bulk, or passage, hvin.
superior furnished accotnmiodations, apply or,
bra-id' at Pine-st. wharf, or to
JOHN GRISWOLD, or
SAMIL. W. COATES,
dee 23 68 South-street'.


ing iupposifshe wsa, borl-td to N(.w-Orleamn. THE MuINERVA.
BrigAdarns, Emery, 61 days from Cadiz, with rF HE 37th No. of this valuable work was thli
salt and wine. Lett. Oc,. 24), brig Joseph, Hixon. .. day published hy E. BULSS & .. W HITi..,
-, *-- 1218 Broadwtay. Its columns are devoted to at
L1F.btt vUL P.dCGAL1Tb. eles of Tasre,-Literature, the Drama, Biograph.,
SHIP NESTOR, Arts, Scieuces, Poetry, &c. to the exclusion of
tW m. Lee, Jr. master, to sail Ist of 1st poliicial and religious disputailon : it is thb.
month, (January.) cheapest Journal in the Unite States, and h
SHIP COLUMBIA, been recommended by all thile Editors of ne -
.l_,.\ James lRogers, master, to rail 16th of' papit s'as a miscolia ny, well calculAled to aff-.r
ist .imionthi (Junuarly.) rational a susemen.ty and to increase th, sunm .'t
SHIP JAMES MONROE, useful knowledge.
Robert Mlarshall, .aster, to sail first The Minerva is published every Saturday nt
I of 2r innnth, (February.) the imperial 4to formn, on a fine paper, intend. 1
SHIP WM. 'THOMPSON, for binding. 11 inay be had from the comnmne..t-
S W. Thompson, master, to sail 16th of meant, ai $4 per annum, ifpai:d in advance, "
S 2d umonthr (Febrronry.) $5, ifsettled hIlfyearly; under which period i.
Tlhe Liverpool Packets bhreting met with gene- suhscripimn can lbe rereived. Such subsclrih.-;
ral ipprobation and support, the owners mo tlhemin as were not served regria 3ly during the period ,,
have concluded to add to the number of .essels rthr fever may have their sets completed by ari-
employed in that establishment-and they now plying to thile pubsli-hers. Extra numbers im,-..
intend that the following ships shall. sail bet weent alsi hbe had at one shilling each..
New-York and Liverpool, rn regular succession,. dec 2-C&S '2t
twice in each month from each port, leaving both TO-MORR OW-TO-.MORROW.
New-York and Live.'poul on the lst and 16i;t/ if '1HE Drwtingof the Literature Lottery w. i
eery mnon/t throughout thie year, viz : I be commence I at Washiogton i hal.
SHInPS. 5tASTE-.S. SCHEME.
NE W-YORIK, Geo..ixwirril. I prize of $20,000 tl p oe of $10,00)
NESSTOlR, ,.'mn. Lee, Jr. 5,000 1 3 ,i;,r
COLUMBIA, Jamins Roge.rs. 1 2*,500 2m(H.l
JAIME MONROE, Iaobt. ttlarshttll. 20 1'01X0 '0 .i
WVIM. I THOMPSON, n T/n. om'.n". 30 100 10 1O
A NI ITV, N'. na.ti'ctii. 5950 of 10 nd1.
JAMES CROPPER, Chts.ai..Alrshall 6126 Prizes-s- 140,000,
CANADA, Set/1 G.. ucy-.' Tickets ,.at n$9. Prizes -nod' Blanks to be t raivi.
These ships were all built in J evw-ytl,. rth i First drawn 2000 bianta to be entitled to $ l!
hbest materials and are c])ppecltl anmi copper achi. All the Prizes floating amd put in. thi
fiastentdt. They are very luit stailhis ; tnir wheel as ftllows :-- 1 prize ol' $10,000, put i-u
icconmnnodations foil pmssengcers are ni,:oti,,,nly ivhrn !2,00g Tickets ,h iawsn ; Ido of '0,-
extensive and commodious, and they arei corn- 000, put in when 15,000 Tickets are drawn-all
mianded by men of great exsapliesi.tce. other Priz-s floating hlio the enmruencement.
The price ol passive to ngland in tile Cani It Tickets and Shares for sale at
is now fixed at tiirty-fiveguitinea.n, for which sn tun A L I E N 'S
passengers will be Iurnished witn Beds and Bfeit- .Loky Ofica, No. 122 Broadway, New-York,
ling, Wine and Stores of all kids. Where hive been soldat ,nu paid Irizes of 100,-
For further particuiuhrs, apply to 000, 50,000, 3,0,010), 25,000. derc 3
ISAAC W RIGHT & SON, ad Vi a Bills n at
FRANCIS THOMPSON, 6 EORGIl ad Virginia Bills wanted a
BiENJAMINN MARSIIALL, or S. & M. ALLEN'S
ec 18 JFREMIAH THOlMPhSOIN. Lottery and Exchange Office,
(dec 23-2t 3 12Broadway,


New-Orleahs, REivMOVAL.
Sugarhouse, POFFOIRD, TILElO.N & CO. Ihave j.a
SUGARS.-Muscovado remain Inr prelly fair re- .) moved frmun 133 Pearl street, to 131 Fly-
quest. lBrown Havanas have, however, been some- market, next door tn the store of Messrs. T. B;
what reduced VWhites, for export, have been taken V\ akamani & Co. where they offer for sale on
from first hands at an advance of from 50 to 100 cts. fvmarabbe sterns, 1300 casesno (itstern, PN en Jer-
per cwt The import f the week as215 oxes sand city manufactured Bots ad Shoes, as
ba, 15 hhds. and 188 bbls. Harana. 3hhds. StIJarts, ufactred Bot an Shes, a
and I hbl. Denmatara. fullows:-
Hat'ana brown, 8 50 a 9 50 23000 pairs means' copper hailed calf skill
Havana, whites, inf't to fair, 11 a 13 Shoes, suit.,ble for the Spanish market
Do. superior, 13 a 14 50 2000 do men's buck skin
Do. hMuscovadoes, 1st quality, 10 3000 do do fine calf Shoes
Do. 2d do. I a 9 101U0 d do do Pumps
St. Croi, 9 50 a 12 '2000 do do Monroe ties
New-Orleans, new crop, 9 50 a 10 50 701)0 ouo do asi boys thick Shodg
LoaftSugar, 16 a 18
Lurmp) do. 15 a 16 5000 do do do lined and bound
COFFEE -499 bags, and i1 Ihds were the irt- 1000 ro d i tots Bootfrm to .
port nf the week. Some srall lots iof green Coffee 1000 do ladiesblackmoroccots, fra tesspri
were landed, which brought 26 cents ; it is still in 1000h do ladies black morocco Shres,spriuge
demand for the southern market. St. Domingo is and heels
scarce at our quotations. Other qualities are heavy. 9000 do black and tolonedt Roans
Havana, 236 a 24 1U000 do ladies kid Shoes, suitable for the
St. Dominugo, 23 Spanish market
Laguira, Porto Rico& Brazil, 23S a 251 10000 do Misses and Children's Shoes and
TEAS remain without alteration. The market is 4000 do women's Itather [Boots
steady. 3000 do morocco walking
Hyson, 90 a 10 cents. With a great variety of ladies flne Boots, Kid
Young Hyson, 90 a 100 Shoes, &c. well worthy the attention of southern,i
Stun, 58 a 1.0
Gunpowderand Imperial, 125 a 135 western, and city dealers.
Souchong, 52 a 75 ALs(J"-
Bohea, 31 a 32 83 case straw Bonnuets a nd trimmings
CASSIA, 31 27 do men's wool Hats
SPIRITS.-Some of the holders of Brandy have 2 do American Tickinga
submitted to a reduction. Jamaica sp'riis is ex- 3 bales do red Flaninels
cssivelydull; our prices are at private sale. No 4 do tow and linen Cloth
alteration in ouher descriptions. 4 do Plaids and Stripes
BorIeaux Brandy, 115 a117 cts. 3 do Diapers, 50 do Sicily Rags
Holland Gin, 80 u nonilital 50 do do Sumac, 4 case Liquorice past
Pierpant's. 50 5 do Flaky Manna
Country, 37 a 39 5 do Flaky Manna
St. Croix Ruin, 80 Jars nf essence of Lemon & Orange-
Whiskey, 29 a 31 400 New Orleans Hides
New Rum, 37 a 39 60 Curracoa do
Cider Brandy, 29 a 30 2000 Russia Seal skin
Jamaica Rumn, 85 a 90 250 bbls Nos. 1, 2, and 3 M'ackarel
Windward Island Ritnn, 66 a 70 300 sides east-run Sole Leather
OIL-Whale,27a 30cts; Sperm summerstrain'd, 15 dozen colored hil hMats, large size
0O cents; ditto winter strained. 75 cents; Bees- 1000 boxesawmdsor, rose and variegated Soap
wax, 33 a 34 cts. sales; Spernm Candles, 283 a 33cts; 10 do Casle do
Whale Bone, 18 a 25 cents. 0 do Ctl o
PIMENl r0-20 a 22 cents. 50 do w ax Candles
PEPPER-21 cents, sales. 2000 pair naukin Pantaloons, blue and yellow
PROVISIONS, remain the same. 100 dozen morocco Skins
Prime Beef, $4 75 a 5 40 do calf do
Mess do. 7 75 a 8 20 boxes Canton Sugar
Pime Pork, 9 75 a 10( 1000 packing Trunks
Mess do. 13 75 a 14 A constant supply of tire gdnnine Whittemore:
BUTTER. LARD. &c -No variation in the price. Cottrr an1 Wool Cards, a" ,e other
ThIe market is well furnished. ( ttcrm a iWol Catoi, aui mut mothre
Butter, 12 a 21 cents. Alson', Crehote's" and Ford's Playing Oards,
Lard, 9 dull The above goods, beinL consignment's, *l0t be
Cheese, inr cask, 7 a 9 d sold ot 'favorable terms, for CASH, or approved'
Do. box, 7 a 9 city paper. dec 20-Ctf&F'4t













From tht .tMobile G'o',nercasl lRegisterof Nov. 2-2.
To the Euitors
SPENSACOLA, W. F. Sept.20.
Gentlemen-Having a leisure hour, I proceed to
give you an account of the commencement atnd pro-
gress of the plague, which has raged with such dread-
ful muortahty in this ill-faed towu during those last
two and a half utnanhs. Though my representation
will give but a faint history of our real calamity
and distress, it may possibly serve to lead those
whose more immediate business it is, io enquire in
to the cause of this before unknown anid unheard of
malady in any country! On thle 15th July last, I
arrived here from sea, ami took lodgings at a board-
hinglustse situate on the bay, only twenty feet fromn
ithe salt water--a neus uIuse, large, cleat, and airy.
At thistime Ite town contained about ione thousand
inhabitantsof all colors, which is about the number
it ever conutained without including the garrison, a
colonel's comusand, of six hundred men, here, and
at Barancas, nine miles below town. The town
was then never uinore healthful, nor the garrison at
both places. On the 20th, there came in a schoon-
erfrom Havana, after a very long passage, laden
entirely with iruit, planlains pines, oranges, &. &c&
all packed together in hulk in theholbi-the latches
over whsch, had not been raised during the passage
of about forty days-she having been retarded by
contrary winds and cahlms Onl her passage, she lost
two of her crew with yellow fever. This circum-
stance, as well as the natisre of hier cargo, were not
represented to the health officer at quarantine, (Ba-
rancas,) on lier arrival and examination; she was
therefore permitted to coune directly to town. She
anchored as near thle shore as the water would per
sumit, say two hudsred yards off from thie nearest
house and i nmetdiately opened latches, and pro-
ceeded to discharg-. Nearly all site fruit was found
ima high state of putretactive fermentationm-espe
eTaliy the pines and p*anutains.
However,as there remained some sound fruit a-
mong the rubbish ; it was all landed upon the beachi
iin front rf thie market, in the centre of the town--
-whereneariy all tlie inhabitants resoruned daily, lbr
market and lbor business here the whole cargo, per-
haps twenty-five tons in bulk, was overhauled and
spread about the shore and what little sound fruit
remained was separated ufrom tles putrid mass, andl
exposed laily in market for sale, as long as it re-
maiued eatable, or uhe peupla would hauy it. The
'tuthid m"tass threw out an lorcarible stencil for sevesu
or eight days, wcich was perceptible ais ahuost eve-
ry part o the town. as the sea-breeze wafted it over :
but as none happened to suspect any infectious dis-
ease contained in the poisonous heap of putrid fruit,
none undertook lo remove it; it therefore remained
until the sutn Ihad exhaled all its moisture, and ble.
co0me inoffensive, before auy enquiry was made re-
specting the cause e of the apearance of ihis nmusu
al anl tatal disease-awhicis now, just eight days
frnit landing the fruit, had broken out with ten
tinips more virulence than any described attack ol
E'gs t'uan plague It began its dreadful work of de
structou first in the Juotel ins which I boarded, as
'.:bi tlu i'cibedI.
Bet .'eel this brhouase and the rotten fruit there were
f'aur houses, so that ours was anionst foty yards dis-
aint. t.utt before I proceed to relate its work of hor -
ror anui Clevastation in it-it may be well, for the
sake of tracing its introductiaon to the rotten ruitt.
ald thte proataslue cause tifosr hseing attacked ui that
hnuse bist-s-to iuhorni you tisat one sf the gemluhs-
men nnatr-ns.rs, Air. alturistall ,f New-Losdn, anl
myself, purchased an half bushel of thle best plaun-
tains lor the t\ble of oui house. This was done at
thuse request of te' landlady, who i as from the west-
,sern states, and had never seen any before. She
dressed and cookeul them all in the course of two or
three days,and probably eat Siae nmst of them herself'
atimneeser cmame on lthe talue. I ascertained alter
shi. had sickened that Site skins of all adl some ilima
prove rotten. were thsrown, together into a tub mn
tle kitchen, and there rensaited with otler garbage
in a high state of putrid fermentation un'arly a week,
or until the tub had been filled with. rejected vegeta-
ble matter, before it was emptied ; and then it was,
as had been the custom of the cooks, thrown into
the sink in the yard, only four leet deep. and that
halu filled-sunk too in loose land, and turbeil
rouniwith al empty hogshead only On the 25th,
only live days after ehie had eaten of the truit, she
wa> sesizsed in the mornuag with all thle ihorrible syrmp
tonts of hynimophobia. Sue became deurious-
frt etng al thie mousi, and bleeding at Ithe nose,
mouth and eyes. Medical aid was immediately cal-
Seal in, but 1o mo effect.
She continued in this state about four hours, when
she became a bIright lived color in heu face aind
neck, with great suffusion olf blood at Ithe heart, with
a load, or pressure, as she expressed it, at the pit ol
hier stomach, with great difficulty of breathing.-
The physicians were constantly aIn attendance, notic-
ing ithe singular appearance and effect of their pa-
tient's disease. By 12 o'clock, or six hours after
seizure,'the throat, eyes and headbecasmeexcessivelv
swelled, and her color changed from livid to that f
bright orange; in two hours alter, her appearance all
over her body was exactly that of a large yellow rat-
ttesuake of the Carolinas-a dull yellow ground-
wark, interspered wilim spots and streaks of a dark
.chlocalate color. Her medicines operated kindly,
and us profiusely as her physicians wished. Her
evacuations upwards were constantly thick and ropy
-color yellwvishl green-sdownwards of the same
consistency-very profuse, and color like thlespotson
her uodly, dark orown nearly approaching to black.
Ill this situation, sae languished two days without
pal, aumi diesI without a struggle The same day
her daughter, a young lady ot 17 years was seized in
the same manner, progress of thle disease and treat-
mentthe same I have been thns particular in giv-
ing you a short history of the schooner and fruit,
and ol thie manner us which the latter was exposed
to all amind used by someof lhelinhabitants, probably
in ail parts of the town, and ol the symptoms and
subsequent. character and progress of the disease,
as it acte uponUI tIle ladies in question, who were
sIte first subjects tal its seizure, tnat you may front
this correct statement of the above curcumnstauces,
draw y'ur uown conclusion with respect to its intro-
diuctionm from thie causes mentioned. It may also be
Sp:o6per here to unestio, for your further inquiry into
-the cause of its rapid spread and great mortality, to
isftoini you that the heat and drought, both here
atel all through these southern low countries, during
the last surintg and susummer, has been much greater
than usual, or perhaps ever before experienced.
in Orleans, turiug all the umath of June, the
thermometer ranged between 85 and 93-neverlow-.
er than 85, at any time of day or night in that
month. Nor has there been any rai n insuutlicient
quantity to wvet the ground since thle first day of May
last; and for Ithe most partof that tune, itlhas been
-cuass all alotig tiese shores, uotl hi the gulfad on
the ;ald i 'he above described symptoms, cluarac-
ter and progress of the disease, will. serve for all
subs-,queut csses ; timhe difference if any. as been
but little, and.t the final result almost invariably ithe
same, causing neath oUi the 2d, 3d. and 4th days!
Since f commenced with the first case. and that in
rny hbardtug bouse, I wih just give you an account
of its march and ravages through that devoted
houte: before f proceed to a generall view of ourdis-
ti.ess. At the time it broke out there, tieut. were
rseves gentlemen boarders olf us, all lodged i very
clean and airy apartments; aud al. young nser-
eluaui-tsfroui tSie northern states, and recently arrived
ill tlis country, myself excepted, having been long
accnstoaoed to wyaru and sicKly climates Every
one of us were seized simultaneously, on the tenth
day from landing the fruit ; and melancholy to re-
late, that on the 4th day fronm seizure, thesix young
gentleman were ai huair graves! They had the ad.
vantage of the best medical attendance the town
possessed, titi every other care that was required,
or could be aftordted. At this tase, is had spread in
ever,' direteson throughout the town; the alarm be
cause great.
The legislature of the territory then in session,.
moved out into the pine woods about fifteen miles
distant ; the garrison, also, marched out and con-
cmpedi in she woods, adi the inh habitats fled in all
"'lireotions as far from tiwu as they could go, and al
so encampedl on the islands antd in the woods. Eve-
y descriptlan of vesseland hiat left the harbor, so
that none could fly ily sea. Here, then, we were pent
up ; somie having nuch property, remained of
police, but nsre Froti necessity, tot having the
means with whici to move out. Six hundred of the
thousand resident inhabitants, are sail to have gonie
otut-all the solsiers el'thgarrison-iand all public
offiserstwere removed. Of those that resnained. shere
swere about 3uh, Spaniards. French, Negroesand In-
dines -and 100 Aamricans. Irish and English, most.
ly shopkeepers and meclanicu The disease, from
tlie first of August to the present moment, continued
to spread and rage wgith horror and dreadful mortal.-
ity. Its symptoms und character continued, and do
stsil coitilunte the same as at first-not even leaven


onesmgle in-ian e of recovery, where sthe disease
has teen firstly sealed. The physicians and law.
years, generally, were among its victims ; and other
geotleanen, whose avocations and general manner ol
living were supposed to be more conducive to health
-or atany rate, less liable to the infection of disease
than the laboring class, who are, necessarily more
exposed to Ithe weather. But this relentless disorder


has made no distinction betwedei lawyer add doctor,
French andli'paniard, while and black-not even
sparing the poor Indians, every one of whom, moan,,
woman and child are lead. The whole number of
deaths since its commencement on the 25th July,
are, to wit-
200 whites 100 American aud Irish adults&
S 100 French atnd Spanish ( children
50 blacks Q 50Negroes ( do
30 Inudians 30 Creek Indians do

280 280
You will observe that this number is out of the
four hundred remaining in tawn-all these have
died in town. And though we now only estimate
three hundred persons, including all the slaves late-
ly sent into town to ltok after their muasuer's houses,
&c. The greatest number of which, however, are
children ol different colors The deaths in town
still average five and seven per day. At Barancas,
anld in the several encampments, thie deaths amonglg
the soldiers and citizens tliat moved out, are some-
thling more than five per day. The disease is equal.
ly mortal out of town, in the encanspmuents, as also
in detached private houses, as it is in town. JVNone
recover !.' If the weather continues dry and uot as
it las been the last six months, I amt of opinion, that
in less than ten days, thera cannot be found in this
little town, living, to bury tilhe dead. Even at this
early period of the disease, coffins cannot be procur-
ed all the boards suitable for that purpose, have
been used here and at the surrounding encaump.
ments. Besides that inconvenienuce, there isbut one
carpenter and joiner left, and he cannot furnishi
more than two perday, out of old siding from off
the houses, as none other can be procured.
Rich and poor black and white, old and young
are from that circu mstan ce, rolled in their blan-
kess and buried without any sort of board cov-
ering Nu rsing anu proper attendance on the
sick, a>e out of the question-they cannot be
had. As to medical aid,is is if little use with-
out good attendance ; and nft hat, but little can-
be expected from tle three young doctors, (the
only survivors of the faculty remaining) neither
of whotni had ever seen yellow fever before-and
it is laresutneal they are not much read in any
tiling-n-ot having, as is believed, diplomas from
sny medical college. The want of genil antd
wholesome fond for ihe sielh, is Inust seriously
Illa. There is not a wtstage, of any kimtt of ve-
gctatilins; nor as clirkiu, lastb or ciuttontnor any
tiling else, with which to make soups or pitsoper
diets lor taile sick. Nor are there any fruilts no
figs, grapes, nor peaches. Thie only green to be
tiad, is a lew wilted melons and half grown
puaspkins. SucSi is the present deplorable con-
ditieu of Pensacola.
Having given you a general description of the
disease and of its progress and mortality among
tssitice its connm encement a and allributing its
introduction to the imported rotten fruits, (most-
ly plaintaias,)-it tnny also be well for yous
further inltrmaitioni, to have a short description
of Pensacola, in order 0to see what may be said
in regard to its loc al origin. Pensacola is latl
out int a tri-angular form; each side of which is
Stitule in length, covering a level hed of uhitm
sea sand, fouar feet above high water mark : tile
streets at right angles, wide and spacious, though
not paved, me always dry and clean. The side
fronting onu te sea or bay, runs about east anud
west. The north-west side, is bounded by a
deep and everlasting morass and quagumire
-as is thate also of the north east.--
Thougs there is a living spring of ceusiderablc
magnitude, issuing u st fro a saall rise of
grnond, out ic oIUi th of she town, a mile dustaot,
lut- usasiter of which, in itsnescent to tne bay, pas-
ses directly through the morasses, and is used by
all tie tlbitbitants-tlhey have none olher ; and
in its passage, it has worn away through them a
canal, tif one foot deep and six or seven wide inh
some places, so tiia t in dry weather it is confin-
ed within its banks, and may then be said to be
luolerable, or as good as any brook water in hut
weather.
But in every shower of rain it overflows its
banks, aud covers all the swamps and low lands
for .1 great distance round ; on the recess of
which, there is always left a quantity of decay-
ed vegetable mnatler, and Ire qetttvly m sod ani-
mal putrefaction'-suclt as dead horses, hogs,
dogs, cattle, &c. and all the offal from the butch-
er's slaughter houses. The exhalations fromth
this continued mass of miasmata during eight
mouths of the year, are so intolerably offensive
as to cause tausea, and often excessive vomiting
its a ew minutes after approaching il. And this
season having been usually dry andI hot, with on-
ly now and again a few slight showers, just e-
nsough to cover the swampsa few hours, it ispre-
sunsed the exhalations frion that cause alone
have been rendered mole poisonous than hereto-
fore. It is a known fact, that in the last week
of July, swallows fell dead when flitting over the
marshes. I observed the same phenomenon, also,
on the first of July in New Orleans. In the Up-
per Fauxbourg, my place of residence, near the
Batiure, the water having receded about a fort-
night previously, both the common forked tail
bard swallow, and martin, would frequently fall
dead as they were flitting over it. More gene-
rally, just at evening, or a little after sunset.
I am now done.-Ilf, from what I have said,
you may be enabled to form any certain conclu-
sion touching the origin of the plague of this lit-
tle town, thie present season, I shall feel myself
happy im h-ving had it in my power ofcommuni-
cating to you 5'.us paper-than whi-ch, it is pre-
sumed, none o her will be written, for it is believ-
ed there are nonuue other alive who can give a de-
scription of it.
Very respectfully, I am, sir,
Your obedient servant,
R. BARBER.
P.S. 26th Oct.-Since the date of the abvey,
of the 300 persons of all descriptions then remain-
ing in to n, 120 h vedicdi most of whom were
children of Creole arentts ; those had been con-
sidered safe in to wn, from having leen natives
of i1-hut st sooner had the disease ceased mc
find ally more aduhs on which to act, then it seiz-
ed the chilsveu wiall equal violence and destruc-
tion. How many have died out of town, nmd o
thi garrisons at Barancas and in the woods, sibce
the dlate of the above letter, I canltt say--bu
it is understood they have averaged 5 and 7 pea
day. The disease has abated i town; probably
for want of subjects. It rages yet among the sol
diers at Barancas.
Yours, &c. R. B.

FROM LONDON PAPERS.
RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE COMMIER
CIAL ADVERTIbER.
The owner of the famous dog Billy, of the
rat-killing notoriety, has again undertaken tha
he shall perform the almost incredible task o
killing 100 rats in twelve minutes. This task hi
performed before in eight and a half minutes, foa
a bet of 20 sovereigns. Time bet is 50, besides
considerable ather sums, which are pending up-
on the issue of the match ; which will take plai
at the Westminster Pit, when the rats are all ti
be turned loose in a 12 foot square. The floot
of the pit is ii be whitened, si that the whole o
the rats are so be visible to those dog, and to ths
Aunateurs, for whose acconnnidatiui galleries
ire already erected. Some difference having a
isen on the last match, as it was said that oit
rat escaped, there are now to be an extia nun-
ber provided to prevent any disappointment. Au
eminent artist is now employed taking the like-
tunss of the dog and his coaster. They have each
hos't an eye thilough their valourous exploits it
endeavouring to clear this country of raus. We
may also ath that their esteem stands so high,
that a most respectable picture frame maker has
.-setually received, and executed an order for 114


"1 the tnost costly fra'nes that can he moanutfac-
tuired, for so stylish tian ornament, and that
srarecel y asy of te f y or the sporti .g world,
thia will itt have it exhibited ia their pa rlours.
Billy is to he drawn wilh hiis silver collaron, and
his masscr with a brilliant star, presented to hiut
by ihe amateurs of rat-killiug note.
A Canine Police Officer. -iThs following ,x. -
traordinary instance of sagncity was the subject


of much conversation at Paris during last sum- the works of the Bard of Avon. Amongst these
mer;-A Gentleman, followed by his dog, went must not be forgotten four originals by Hogarth,
toVauxhall; the gendarmes at the door refu- 'of the Election. The fate of these species of
sed to allow the dog to follow his mat- ;saleable property, which were bequeathed to
ter. Some dispute ensued, and hie Officer came Mrs. Garrick during her life, will shortly be de-
up. He found the visitor pleading with all his cided by lthe hammnar. The children of Mrs,.
eloquence forpermission to be aittendedl by Iis. Garrick, of the HaymarketTheatre, will also,
old and faithful friend. All I can do," saul it is said, come in fir considerable legacies, in
the Officer, is to take care of your dog till you consequence of the decease.
leave she place; you will find him safe on your Shooting.-A great match for a sweepstakes
return." The Gentleman reluctantly left his of 10 sovereignseach, took placeon o Vednesday,
dog, antid entered anmog the gay company. Pick- between eleven picked Members frame ithe Ash-
pockets were as dextrous in Paris as in Londoni, ton and Mendlesliam Pigeon Clubs, against all
and lie was robbed if his watch. He went nout England. It was who shituld bring to bag Ihe
andi complained to the Officer. I hlive been greatest number iof game between 7 and 11 o'-
robbed, saild hlie, and the misfortune '.as occa- clock in the miiorning. The Clubs ton shoot in
signed by your refusal to let my dog follow me.- I Hants, anud all lEngland in Wilts. The parties
Had the dog been with mte, my properly wou t i separated at 6 o'clock in the morning lor tlhe
have been .safe. Tne Oticer ordered tie Police sports of the beld, and killed as follows :-
to make search for the drpredator, but the per-i England. lead. The Clubs, Head.
son who had lteit robbed said Ite hlad 11 the Capt. Patterson 28 Mr. Holues 26
least doubt his dlog would be abIle to detect the ilardig 22 Mellisi -24
thief. The Offtlier was incredulous upon that Airtewcs 21 Parsaeon I22
point, but permitted ihe dog to go in within his Brandon 18 'nraythli 15
master. The animal dashed in among the coinm- Kent 17 Mew 14
pany, and soon follow ed a dalindy, those air and lioldsworth 14 Knott 14
appearance, intilled lhim at least to the respect Knot 13 Gee 14
due to a Duke. fiThe gentleman who had lost Mlalpas 12 Ilorn 11
his watch, pointed out ithe person to the Police. Jones 10 Askew 10
It is impossible that elegant young man could Power 9 Clover 10
commit the crime said tite gendarme. Iam cer- 182 177
tain my dog is not mistaken replied the owner of Total 359.
the watch, he has traced may property. The Po- Of these one hundred and 10 were hares, phea-
lice arrested the party ; he was searched, e and es ts ninety-nine, and putrliges tne hundred
eight watches Ibunil it his possession. ''lhey ait fifty.
tere laid paonIl tihe floor of a ritai, anid the dog .
sagaciously selected his nliasters watch from the 'IlE OLD AMERICAN NURSERY.
rest; the initials of the owner were onthe case.
The pickpocket proved to be a notorious of- *. tJ PRINCE ea MILLS (fi
fender, and wassentenicedto five years imprison- "' -* si tma' y yeats Beafunis, Princ
met by the Pars Tribunal.- French Paper. & C.) Iave lo sale, at the
RESTORATION OF' THE STOLt"N NOTEe TO TlHE .'-- .'', N'irsery, FlinshiingtLong Islaedi
IP'SWIUH BAlKEitS. '. -.'-. never New-Yoik, their usual ani
On Wednesday, between fiouir and five o'clock, extensive variety of Eurofean
the negociation which hIas been for some tine and 7dnericani FRUIT and OR-
gaing uo between Messrs. Alexanders, of the NAMENT'AL 'T REES. Also
Ipsvieh Btnk, antd tle bonowers of their a large collection of vahble SH 1U3S an
totes, terminated. It rsas staled on a fioter PLAN CS. ThIey have several thousand uiocu.
occasion that a restoration of the property was lated PEACH TREES, which are in the nmos
offered for 6,0001., and the Banker mianamu- healthy ,tate, and lhee from any distemper.-
vered until they had made arrangements likely Great atteuntionhas been made to preserve the
to defeat the aims of thtiose with whom they liiihad from the Yellows, o lhich hIas destroyed so ntan j
found it so difficult to deal. Having called in treesofthat kind in the country.
all tile black notes, thcy look care to stamp Catalauesol a hichli may be hadI at Messrs.
those which had passed thIo' unhalloia ed hands, 1' .' 7 ., 'i "; ..r
and to refer the possessors to the baniking-house Nu. 1-16 PE.lRL-S7'TEET, JVEWF-kORK
at Ipswich for satisfaction. 'liThe re trences Also, at their Nursery.
have not beeni very great, and it is supposed that Orders forwardld o either piaec, or left a
very few of the stoles notes are is circi.atiun. the Past Office, will he carefully alteaded to, an
ihe "birro,'ers,' alarmed at tSis ine5,sour, i lie ''rets, .c. carefully and securely p a and the consequences, heldl a meeting ,ud dis- t a tes s e cltottay prt sfEroeorAyiel
so as to tbe seat to any part of Europe or Ameri
cussed the necessity of abating ii, their dematiisd, Cs with ieriect safety, atu delivered at or One
and after some sh.rp words upon slie subject of Crate harf, N,.w-Yrk, (by water,) free o
tIle 'ivisina iltle spoal, can e to t SC t dotetmin e- freiLght.
tou to oltr 28,0001.wotlh of the notes for Stie Alstfor sale as sbote, te thousand youta
sum of 1,5001. ']'ie gag sent th is proposal to APPiL.E, P['EAR, and PEACIH TREES, of th
tlessis. Fry, the London agents t a,.l a, .t.d it,,l atS vi,.atib American kinds, ol a proper siz
as for the deficiency of 3,0001. which their e, cs- sitesst tva Eighs iA, ttny -irt, f Europes.-
sites ha.d ohligead themt to cs-tltae t,,'ugb''i They were cultivaied far th.,t purpose.
the country, after an honourable division a- Directions a.re given in the Catalosgues as
mongIsi th e several gentlemen conceded iu presering and cuivtaug the leacn Tire ; ale
the trinstacions the batkles hail o doubt ptauti-g r fT,ees. "Fgsa i..tructions are wv
.mIade up their niltds It bi at Shat lits.--- waortlh attendhig to, whici the ll oprietors of Ih
They, Inoreover expressed regret at the very Nirsery for iii ili years wveal kIan,.
cranped state of their iw fiances, which led .Also for sail,, four thousand lrgt, elegant SII
them io offer a.y compromise. 'ihe bankers, VEIlt FIR or BiALM OF GILEAD, a beauifil
who ha been put to considerable inconvenience Evergreen, hardy, and very apt to live.
by the exertions of the gang, agreed to barter Also, as Evergresns, Donals and Single Spru,
with tlhemu on the terms proposed,and they accord- tSie Eglish Yew Tree, some elegant Whit
ingly received theirnoses back to the aboveminciie- Pine. &c.&c.
tioneo amount, giving isto the hands of the con- T'ie Proprietors of the Nursery have for sal
fidential agent the 1,5001. required. The ban- a valuablecolcioinofGRAPE VINES, of t
kers, however, h ave made no compromise of aost valuable kih s i cul ivated in Amer ica.
their duty to the public. A hint was thrown out dec 4-C&Sl6t
that it would be very desirable to have their as- -- 4
sorarce that no prosecution should bt commcen- VETERIN ARY.
ced against any of the parties, in the event of any T ITE subscriber offers for sale, a Mcdicim
future disclosure, calculated to "tell" against L which has been satisfactorily proved
then, but no promise wat intrtd, tnd sthooffor of be an almost infallible remedy for the Yello
a reward for the conviction of the thieves still Water, in Horses, and another for sudden Pt
remains good. The thieves, it therefore ap- roxysms of Botts, Belly-Ache, Cholic or Gripe
pears, are resolved to make every effort to dis- The Medicine Is accompanied within printed dire
pose of the 3,0001. which, although they boast tons for oraeriog the horse, &c. and certificate
they have passed through the country, the ban. of the efficacy of the specific, from Win. Bait
kers are convinced they still retain with very Maynard Coon, Reuben Salmon, Chas. H. Cola
little diminution amongst them, and the activi- mian, Jonas Hallock, of Columnbia Co. and Sam
tyofthe firm to recover the rest of their proper- B. Townsend, Greenwich, near New-York.
ty will undergo not the slightest remoission. It is Tte following letter from Dr. Johnu P. Beek
impossible to conceive what argumentative dis- man, of Kinderhonk, to the subscriber, will g
cussions the different members of the gang, which far as a recommendation with such as are at
consists of nine clever daring fellows, have Ield quainted with him:-
Kg inderhookt, Dec. 4th, I 832.
upon the subject. The calling in of the black TiKr hook, Dec. 4th, 1-22.
notes, and the substitution of the red, a mode of Sir-I received your letter, requesting my opinion
prevention to which some of the adventurers sus- o(f the effect of the medicine you advertise for til
pected the bankers would resort, have given rise cure of the colic, and yellow water in horses. I
to a scheme for the change of their general ope- visiting the different parts of the country adjacent
rations, and too great care to guard against their thiis place, as a physician, I have heard many pe
ingenuity cannot be taken. Some of them have sons sptak of it, as very efficacious in tihe cure of t
realized in a very few trils a very cofortahble above rhseases, so much so, as to be ofteu walked o
independence, and they seldom guto any trou- and, as far as my own observation extends, I mu
beexcep wher i-ey selpaon is e ry gr .- say, I have repeatedly seen it produce the best e
be except where the temptation is very great.- fects. I have, therefore, full cotnidence in its pot
The negotiation was not concluded, as may rea- ers. Yairs, &c. J. P. BECKMAN.
daily be imagined, without the interposition oflaw- The above Medicine is sold by appointment I
years, who it is supposed have not forgotten tlhem- tu|ll & Bowne. 144 Pearl st.
selves.-Times. dee 13-C&S EDWARD HULL.
Singular Discovery.-The police of Amster- .TO PARENTS & GUARDIANS.
dam have discovered agang of thieves in a very CLERGYMAN, with a very small fail
singular manner. A strange, brought a piece of a Graduate ofolumbia Cetsgel ocupi
fur to a furrier to make thelve caps of it, all of g a large and commf Cdiousihouse iu a most dccip
the sanmeshape. The latter contrived to make ,hu a ige id heacuhy situts house itin 0 msil
thirteen caps instead of twelve, and kept the Iof New-York, would receive ito ist family 20 ti,
thirteenth tbr himself. Some days afterwards he or six-yourkg g, wountleme, whom he would prepay
was standing with this cap on at a stall, looking or college, or for satyofthes learned professr
attentively aIt the goods, and, as was his custom, Fo r the qualifications of the teacher, terms
*holdri tg hitsha tds belhmtd hil it, when he filt etine- For the qihict Sbus""" of sthe tesi~citiar, siutas
holding t isn ds behind him, when he feg some. admission, atc. reference may be had to R1
ting patch with chandi and seals. He looking fouoked a John Ireland, or General J. G. Swift, of Bro"
gold watch wir th ai and seals. He looked nr- lyn, or to Fattuiug C. 'Tucker, Esq. New-Yitr
rond i vain fr te erso who had thus sur- The advertiser would wish to commence
Sprised hint, but hie could see no one. He thought class ,fstadess on the 16th Dec. next.
it his duty to inform the police, and as a reward nov 99.C&Suf
for his zeal, was for the present put under arrest.
f It is said that the police had discovered that there LAND AGENCY.
5 was a society of twelve robbers, who recognized rI'HE Subscriber would give notice to gentl
each other by these caps, and without doubt this J. men owning Land int the town of Cucer
r is the reason why the honest furrier was mista- county of Onondaga, that he would be willing
ken lir a inmemiber of the band. take the Agency of any Lands lying in said tow
On Tuesday se'nnight, a horse was discovered as be resides, and keeps a Store and Tavertn,
on ltihe Horse Rocks, about a mile from the pier the centre on the principal road oftravel throwing
hiead at Porieath, Cornwall. The atunimial fell convenient to give information to people who a
over the cliff, about 100 feet high, into the wa- desirous of purchasing.
ter without receiving injury, and was carried by 'IThcsubscriber alsa keeps a Post Offlic, wlii
_ she ebb to the island, nearly a mile from the will render a correspondence between him as
place where it fell.-Bath Chron. the owners of Lands convenient and expedition
SExtract of a private letter. Any gentlemen who may wish to entrust hi
1 A Parisian Breakfast.-I wrote you yester- with the Agency of their Lands, will please
f day in rather a hurried way, having had a visit execute a proper Power ofAtiornusy, and send
From a gentleman, to invite me to meet, at break- by mail with sch insruelions as ah Ihey may thi
r fast, a Duke, and several other distinguished best to give, which will be strictly attended ito.
Spersons. Our dejeune cusommenced with oysters ISAAC CODY.
oh which every one ate a dozert, or a dozen and Cicero, V. Y. July nth, 1022.
Sa half-all drank white wine after them. We july 23-C&Slaw ly
had then, in succession, becfsteaks, chops, kid- MANHATTAN
r ies, brains, (in patties) ronast tlwls, sallada to- FIRE LI'SURANCE COMPANl',
f oiulle, partridges, (rsdi) isu:c troijfes, aud other No. 26 WAr..-STrt.ET-r.
game-wl iite tiertage, aud crablih, Bordeaux In thecity of New-York.
S(claret) Vin de Grave, Burgundtly, (of fair kuinti) NSURE againstloss ordamage by Fire, dwi
Orulinoire, Macon, Ceaum, and Champ Betin, i g lig houses, warehouses, mtanufactories a
red and iahite Chalipagneu, brandly, tea, coffee, buildings in general, merchandize, machinery
liqueurs-grape, pears, nelons, pines, a pies, household furniture, and otherpersotinal proptri
waluisis, &c. and lastly, fourteen bowls nfpunchi on asfavorable terms as any similar institute
Our host was a cuirassier; aud all preseut had in this c'ty. This Corpany was iunorporated I
served, except myself, is colonels, tajorsi, &t. the purposeofinsunriigagainst lussesby fireou
By the death of Mrs. Garrick, the library of ELEAZAR LORD, President.
the British Museum still be further coriched by THOS. BULL, Jr. Secretary.
Sthe addition ot her husband's valuable collection DIRECT'ORS.


ofold Enghlish Play, besides which, thece'lehra- William Fes', David L. Haighit,
ted statue of Shakhlspeare, by Roubilliac (of Isaac Pierson, Abraham P. Maybie,
a'which the onea over the fire-place in the Rotun- Samuel Touker, Thaddieus B. WVakema
da if Drury-ltne Theatre is a cais) will grace Harman Hetdricks, Jacob T. Waldain,
the Itall o lihas national establishment. Thle Ichahod Prall, William Waltkinstia,
* chair, too, made from Sh.li aspeare's mulberry- Peter H. Schenctk, J.nes D'Wolf, Jun.
tree, will also, it is supposed, be there deposited. H-lalsted E. Halighlit, Isaac Lawrence,
it is richly carved, aind oeull, ifi ist up to aur- Samuel St. Joihn, Daniel RapelyP,
ti, filtc!i .in tueorm us price; as nuld, doubiltl- E oert A ilers'sn, S ',us l D. Rogets,
itess, n.ny oti e, t ai ti tul.'s ni vr htu, as having once W tllitam F. Mntt, Jesse Sit/firld..
belonged 'o sit best living .iommcntlatmr"' itn miarclh ST-tl


BENJAMIN P. PUTNAM, A
OHIO CO PITWNY'S OFFICE,
MARIETTA, (OHIO.)
SELLS, purchases, or exchanges Lands, and
attends generally to any business connected
with the Soil.-Reference :
Charles Wilkes, Esq.
John Delafield, Estq.f Ne-York.
RI. "c L. Murray, (
John Glover, Jr. Esq.
Oliver Kane, Esq. Albany.
Hont. Benj. Talhuadge, Litchfield, Con.
Brown & eIves, Providence, R. I.
Benj. Joy, Esq. Boston.
dec 6-C it&S lai t2,m
NEW ADVERTISEMENT.
,". -,-l -" "-3 Ne


CO UGH DROPS.
I'HE MtSft VALUABLE BMEDICINE IN USE FOR
CUUGHS & CONSU.MPTIONS.
T HIS new antd healingBalsam bids fair to ri-
val every Medicine heretofore discovered,
for Coughs, and Complaints of the Lungs, leading
to Cronsump tion ; and even in seated Consumnptions
i it has lately been used by many, with the mostsur-
prising success. If certificates ftrom persons of tle
highestreepectability, or the greatand increased tde-
snand for it, may he called proof of its good effects,
it is proved. Scarcelya caseofColds, Coughs, pain
in the side, difficulty of breathing,wantof sleep aris-
ingf5rom debility or even Consumpt ions, but may be
relived by the timely use of this Medicine. Many
certificates of its efficacy accompany each bottle.
NEW CERTIFICATES.
Having madhe use of A tlderseu's Cough Drops in
my family, alnd having been requested to express my
opinion oftheir eficacy in thie cure of coughs, I
hereby certify, that a daughter of mine was severely
r afflicted with a cough for about a year previous si
the summer of 1112, during which time, she was
' more or less attended by several physicians; but,
r appearing u) obtain no relief, ser life was despanruetl
it of. Being informed of ithe great cures effected by
I Anderson'sConigh Drops, I was induced to make use.
Sof a bottle, and ill thtecourse of one week only. shei
- wasgreatly relieved of her comnulaint. Afler using
isvu bottles she entirely recovered, amid now enjoys
Sas good health as ever. Froes my own experience
therefore, I have no hesitatio in rrecnmmending
Stliese Drops to thie puiuic. MOSES KIMBALL.
t Hlaverh/il, (Mass.) Aug 11 1821.
This mlay certify to those twhom it may concern,
That I have been extremely afflicted with the Asthma,
y which has lasted nearly forty years, and great
part ofthat tune to such a degree that I con Kl not lay
in led orsit in meeteug without coughing, notwiti-
staitdi g3 tried taiuiy igood Physicians and various
kinds of Medicines, till I procured a phial ofAtider-
. son's Cough Drop's, and from thIe use of3 bottles of
them i ci. eep comfortably, and sit in meetigit
t without coughing, land a t ind to sy business.
i And I d, fa further ertify, that my neighbor, Ben-
d jamin. Holbrook. had heroine unable to labor, on
i account of an affection of the lung-, attended with
- a cough, who has received tmuch benefit from thie
r same kind of Medicine, so as to be able to labor a-
tf gaih, and i can cheerfilly recommend the same
kind of medicinene, tu those who labor aiiunder such
co tiulainuts.
g 1, the suoscrbcr, do tsereby souemity afi'rm In hte-
truh, ad wrut h ruth of the above statement, 'mh air
Sa Magistrate, at Providence, H. I thss-;ith day ofJu
-ly, 1821. CHIRISTOPHERI CGOOk
This istocertify, that 1, the subscriber, had been
o afilicted wihi the asthma for twenty years, and ihe
o paroxysms sitre ot'taia s,, v 'inlt as siPaily lo taeprvye
ui use uo breath Duriag tree if the tiatsh violent re-
a turns of this stlhma, I was advised to try Anden-
soU's Couu;li Drops..." and t(lid so, and. so tay str-
prise, i was very stai entirely relieved, and helt no
" more of it for six'monuths. Up on a return of a par-
tl oxysm of the asthma, 1 have madae use of thie same
mediat e antd i has linvariablyv given ame relief As


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GEN1tIS FOR THE N. YORK SIPEtT. &T(CR
IN UPPER CANADA,
Kingston-John Macaulay, Esq. P. M,
.Niagara-John Crooks, Esq.
Queenston-'W. G. Hepburn, Esq.
Prsecott.-Truman Raymond, Esq..
IN LOWER LANADA.
Chambly-J. Sex'on, Esq. P. IM.
.luntreal-Mlr. Mower, Coura, s Office.
Mr. Gray, Herald Office.
Mr. Cunningham'sBook Stoi 1 argf
Library.
J. Williams, Esq. Post Maste, t.
Three Rivers-Edwaad hills, Esq.
Quebec-Mr. William Sims.
[!'- The price, including the U. S. postage, .L 3
0s. 0d. Halifax cur rency, per annum.
NOTICE.
A erson who calls hns name Henry a rir([.
with tie greatest confidence ami assurat lce
informs our customers, that hie has been in i tr *
employ two years, and also acquaints theiti ila.
ie has formed a connection with Caleb W/ilhasi as.
who, he says, has manufactured Macoboy a.ail
other Su'ffs for us the lIast fifteen years. Thitise
tn inform them, that we do not know such pr.r-
son as Henry Riell ever to have been in our en- -
ploy. The said C. Williams formerly had tHie
care of our farn, andi at limes ground Snuff5
which any laInmtsing man can learn to do in -n -
lay. The difficult and most important part of.
hintitfatcsuring nulfl o\e attend to in tile city
OuI selves, ani do int trust the secret of our al-
to any person whit levcr.
Sevpeil persons in different parts of the Uniiled
States are in the dislionoraii ble practice of us',il
a Label, in imitation of ours, which tie I tvee
Usied upwards of 25 yVears, anod which can be or:
no other purpose than to deceive. Many sre"
also in lte habit of purchasing our genuine P la- -
coboy, as we are the only inventors of Lia
SitiloT, anid lix:ing it with Snuff of their mi su
fa1'ltui-p.
The only motive we have in this publics tino-
is t caution our customers against deceltit aits.
the purchase of Snuff .iind Tobacco.
We have three different snrts f Maco soy,-..
and also three sorts of Scotirhi Snuff in blada tre,.
audil sold as low as any offered.
A constant supply of Snuff and Tobacco pay-
be had at our Manufactory, No.42 Chath-t -st,
New-York,-of Peter M'Lean, Hudson; tai>.
Zant & Hanford, and Andrew Lightibody, A Iba-
ny ; A. &. W. Kellogg, and M. J. Lyma r &
Sons, Troy.
PETER & GEORGE LORILLAR 0:
oct 31-82m
FOR SALE.
',HE Tavern occupied by the subscribe t. in
the village of tica, on the cornerofG eile-
see and Mlin-streetc. The house is of b :,eks.
three stories, 65 by 48 8-12 feet, ha. twenty iftur
gooi sized rooms, beside0 kitchens, &c. II war-
will built in she yrar 1814, expressly for the -:iur-
pase of a 'S' vern, -snd is every way well cal jula-
ted ifor ithe business. Tlie Lot is good size andt'
oonvenieoi out build.iugs; ihestand isa goo( ioie,"
not to be ece.eded in the country, and I -ias a
great share of obusness. The terms wou !kl be.
r easonabie as to price, one fourth to be lv;t ist.
i nd or oni giving possession, ind ti e rusi' lite il.-
aonual ins-tahlmntsets stsi the puichaser., s with,
inte eat annually. For further particular ,rs en--
qusire on thle premises of MOSES BAt ,G.
Utica, .A'ugust 1st, 1822.
ane 8-C4t&Sif


it uct}r t st-sete asuttlt a, uss uas tsiiuaiotis t) ,llu t 'tllia, FOR SALE,
difficiuliy of breathintig, &c. I consider ** Andersoin's HAT valuable Farm, belogig to e-
Cougih )rops"a remedy, i, praiseofwhiebt oomucnh F HATvaluable Farm, belonging to lche es-
cannot tie said. I further certify, that my son-i- tate of Jacob Van Wagenen, late io the
law had for simne time bleeu supposed to he past re township of Bergen, deceased, situated anbot
cover sfa consumptive complaint, when I advised three miles from the village of Bergen, o a the-
hlim o10 make a trial of Anderson's Cough Drops," road to Bergen Point, bounded in front on York
and from tilhe use of them. he hIas so far recoiled Bay, and in rear on Newark Bay, cobtainin -g 303'
his health as to be again able to attend to his buslt- acres, wilth the improvements thereon.
nDover. N J H IN LYSCOi2, Surgeon. Also, a Lot of excellent Woodland, cosn ain-
Dover, N. 1- Oust 1. 1821
Caution.-Be particularhu thateverygenuinebottle tuaning 100 acres, situated at Bergen Poi, ut, a-
has "Anulerson's Cough Drops" stamped on the bout a half mile from the Kills, bounded in front-
bottle, and the directions are all signed by JAMES on the main road, and in rear on Newairk 1 lay.-
MELLEN. Also, a Lot of Wood Land and Salt Met srtow,
Sold wholesale and retailby J.& A.& W. B. Post coutaining44 acres, situated about one mile iftroim
H. H. Schieffelin & Co. John C. Morrison, and 1.& thle above Farium, on Newark Bay.
'. L. .Clark & Son, Drnggists, New-York; R. MI. Also, one other Lot of Salt Meadow, cot >tain-
Meigs & Co. Al any; T. G Hart &Co. Hartford.t ing 22 acres, adjoining Hackensack rver, ear-
Hotchkiss & Durand, New-Haven; Bartlelt& Brewt t"h raiiarls haerry-
er, Boston ; Hooker & Brewster, I'iddlebury, Vt.- the ld Newark Ferry.
Also sold by Dr. Niven, Newburgh ; sBueic & Colt, The above property will be sold in lots i y suil
Pittsfield, (Mass.); William S. Parker, Troy; Tra- purchasers. For particulars, apply to th. t sub-
cy & Bliss, Lansingburgh ; Steel, Cook & Co. Au.n- scriber, in Bergen, New Jersey.
burn ; E. Peck & Co. Rochester ; Arneli & Jansen, JACOB VAN WAGENEN, Execu tur.
G(alshen; G. M. Davison, Saratoga, and I. Coam- dec 17-CltSlun
stock, lallston Springs ; Dr. Hitchcock, Ulica ; Dr.
Myntlerse, Scihenectady; J. Gitteamu, Buffalo; G. a- .a YORK HOUSE FOR SALE.
Campl, Sackett's Rarbour-apd also for sale by some r-'-- T'his elegant Tavern is situ; ,ted irs
druggist in every considetalle settlement throughout 5 ..L one of the most public streets in the
the United States-and wholesale by flourishing Village of Utica, Oneida coum New
JAMES MELLEN, Hudson,N Y. York, and consists of a three story Brick House,
Who will supply Dealers on liberal terms. 60 feet by 50 c a t
Sold also by Hedge & Liman, Montreal; John sto fee by 50, containing twenty-six roo, s, a two.
Musson, Quebec; L Sawtell & Co. Three Rivers siry house atjoinisg, 13 fee by 4, Con .tiuing
and Dr. E. W. Armstrong, Kingston, Upper Canada. five roosus; also adjoining the main buish lintg, i,
oct5-Slaw the rear, a two story wooden house, 20 u .'eel by
31, routainiig six rooms, andt intend d as a.
.' ,. -'.* ...... n .Kitchen and for the accotmmodaition of family
-- ,,:. '.'::l ". a s and servants; a Carriage-house, Barn, Sheds,.
'( if -, *'. :'" "- ..- .'- Stables for 65 horses, Wood and Coal Hlousea.
.^.,.!.. .- '.;-- ..--'.- '.... Smoke house, A&c. &c. Also, a Gardenl a fine
SCREEN, SIEVE, SAFE, AND WIRE well of Water, and a Cistern. Thle wh le cov-
MANUFACTORY. ering about three-fourths of an acre of land.--
W "M. STOUTENBOROUGH, respectfully 'To such as are unacquainted with the I 5cal ad-
informs his friends and the public, that he vantsges of this establishment, it may bi t proper-
continues his Wite Factory ait Nio. 3 Burling- to state, that Utica is the Geographical Centre-
slip, between Pearl and Water-streets,N. York; of the Siate of New-York, and will soon a be us
where he makes, and has for sale, Rolling, sat of Goveluemnt. Its population i I about
Standing, andt Falling Screens, for cleaning 3,500 souls, and daily increasing; net. rly 100
Whent, I-ye, Corn, &.e.; Rolling Screens, for buildings are to he erected this season; a a Terst
cleaning Rice, iand Sifters, for cleaning Flaxseed; ofthe Supreme Court ofthie State, and ol a he Dis-
Snauff and Indian Meal Bolts and Si*ves ; Smeves trict Court of the United Stales, and at rcuitL.
and Screens for Bricklayers, Powdsali Mills, Fai Count, is annually held st this place, am. I lther
uing Mills, sc. ; Wheat, Rye, and Onion Rid- Courts will soon be established liere. The Grand
dies: Wire for Safcsa CellarWindows; Wash- Caustil, iand gieat Turnpike road froim Alb slty S
ers and Dusters for Paper Mills. BaslT'', pass ihinueh this Village;-'Tur iaike
Orders from thie Country punctually iastendued Ivoads also branch of from this place to Sat kept's
to. march 15-Cllhi &Stf Harbor, Ogdensbirgh, Rome, Oswcego, Ciu nart-
FOREIGN A'I'TACHMENT. g, Otsegnio, Madiso, an a all the principal pi aces
N OTICE is lereby given, thit attach- it this country. Four stage coaches arrnv dlai-
smeat was asssed otsi of the hnfmior Court ly', alsotioe three times a-week, and one twi t'e .-
of Common Plenis, in and flr the county of Pl!or- wee, bmihs lit aunUerous extras ;-45 daily .und
is, in the State of New Jersey, at ithe suit of other mails arrive aud depart evtry week. in a
StevensJ. Lewis, against lie es.,tate of NailS n- woad, Union is the great marts oftheweslerun 3tprt
iel M cKi., u dnltor ru sidit tut of se.id Staite, of this Slste.
in a plea of tIrespass on tlie cise, ftr liie suln lf Tis' ccet tle res.i'le ce of the proprietors ftn'st .
tis'e hundred and tshirny dollars, andss duly r.- mhis tLrollrcty, aniul consueu inlt disedvantagt 5 at-
srsiKsto so ad ul Citour its thso stuS "it St ulc i s';teinu* ig tie Usi.sagsttnut ul it, has idud cea tS.eun
lst, to oier tihe same for sale n ilite most advar tag.-
Dtated 20th Qttobier 10-!. ous iernus tot then purcliaser. One-fourth ( ''.e
R. H. McCAR'TER, Clelt, purchase money will be expected ton givis g lie
HEN [Y A. O-RaD, Attnrey. Ded, aud a liberal credit, with gontd sec itiy.
dec 2-CA O&S4wD will be civen for the residalu. 'The title is is-is.
intrCE putaIble. Far furtlhecr particulars, referenutc si:-,y
NO ICrso i n' e be tad to ''illiai lhgan, of Fout Co;vi, t.i',
4 LL pen-sousa isie d uto si' ehtae ofjtla runtty, New-Youk, or to Just. a H-i -
.t. Billers, lute ol the lown amld county stf WVesi Rathbnetu, of Utica, eiliher of whom are au! I. ri-
Chester, are rqiiu.sted to make iriumediate pay- ised io rsntr met far the sule of the saue. A uy
mneut so either of she. sulbS Cribers ; inld all hash c ,n' unii cami nu s tom theirs or either uf tie,' s'
that ba e demand agita s t the sa' estate ars'e lie 1 u! t p ti,., ai! lte pi.,mp.;y at-utdedu t..
also desired to c'a]l on tr Sicfore liar 2o, di.,y oi lst L ,ea .l.uee, 'Yer .'/ Ia /usi 1 81 22.-
m nttl (.Iatuia.y) I 1!',. v.sl h litcl r aitccouil sialy st 19-C 1IeS isawtf
autlheutmicautmd, aud hil thi e it h they assy c-ill sn sa-i ---- t__o
get their dividends. or ie or iihe honorable Thomas S.i oa,
SIDN E'' B. RhO\VNE, 5 .. E -(I I-first Judge of ;he Coturt S.f Ca n stii
S'i'IEHEN V LEN TINE, Assignee a -.:isc -,O -iutlh5 ro S vl Ha V ilibI of KH',/ph L ,,d: i, o{ ouhlolnl. ; ifiiSirol t I adnbr-
Wf estcn ,sli rI I il/u nia all 129, 182N 2. ,ry r, lto t lit eius-r if au-v t l'y hi.ivs, bsofrtu is e Sie .uia u sase,
l UiV 3i ( c Ie I o ,,19 i" ti. th ions., a uf I u's-hl ti) us, in b5roalhattiei it it,,' a a, auit,'b
a < l 'Ctll,!] ilk, ( hi ll. u b d i av ol .st-tci llj er sis.. al .lu ts uIs'
h-sill S A ,' h A ,chuck hi thu' atlutl-aauiti atu"y ali assigsnmentiofahie I cuid in-
is las I s1.l \,' AI l, suits,.t.,, i llsite tswa t f I ohicna eutit a tshlio salSt ite ust-iuheati iias person .essamupf
a .I lasti imusicl.tsuuonricU pilui-suat t tsim e s lt entithid a "an act
-LA Pusnpllnuum i, l'! -, (as untyC'a t ', Ie J rs, y, tJeu s lt o las ilssh itltrixn'uotana fur debt,sir i chi r m t i caht es e pau sese
las e resi ds nc- a f s at ( i 'et P os-i d el e al s,., s, tu sst. A pril 7 ]. L isted lIlt .S o ;-,,,n be r. 1322 l or. ey
iag otf upwaris o 00 acres, in ,a good st,,e of nas -___w I- N- U. L.jr.A r -
culitvatlon. ThSe Firsin is 2t3 miles fturn New- PUBLISHEI) BY FRANCIS HALL i& I CO.


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