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Title: New-York herald
Uniform Title: New-York herald (New York, N.Y. 1802)
Alternate title: New York herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Burnham, Michael, 1775-1836
Publisher: M. Burnham
Place of Publication: New York
Creation Date: January 12, 1811
Publication Date: 1802-1817
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available in microform from: Readex Microprint Corp.; and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Jan. 2, 1802)-no. 1656 (Nov. 15, 1817).
Numbering Peculiarities: Jan. 4, 1804 issue misdated 1803.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09455220
lccn - sn 83030310
System ID: UF00073184:00001
 Related Items
Related Items: New-York evening post (New York, N.Y. : 1801)
Succeeded by: New-York evening post, for the country

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Sinr',,i .t. rn ton I '
pni. 149 `
. e,:F, c. r,,r 1per bbjl l 6 j')
p:ilre, 7 5- 7 >
ir, '.,. 9 .- A'
?lran),3 UBlrdea-us, per gall. 2 12 2 25

S.;.n-i,h I 6 --
.'3r. d,pd1',lI l-rs v t- 9
middling 6
navy 7
B tter, fir .xpo t per lb. 16 1i
ea.a'reR ATr-i'C:in .7 |it
C-,a;i, Forciin, p-, r .I 'h 16 25 17' 25'
Vireri,,a 1 12
C .:,c.a, i-'',,, .i'er t 15
C-ir'r l-3' i 21.
C .-.,-li ir hI l. 9 '9 50
Coffee, Ptr ia 20 2 2.5
We-..idia 21 23
Copr.,'r, E.n liii 38 "
t.,.-dat, Fureign, per cwt. 16
A -ir, -n 18 s 2 0
G3ltton, G,'T-." pe1-"' I. 14 S13
St ,I" ,'-. 3
-rj -.. O '-ariS 8 21
Duck, Aim i,-,an, per bolt .20 22
Rui--ia, -i l' 1T Lliny ?6
Fl-' ls d, ccan. [' r car.lc 10 i
Fr I,. c.- lr', p-r ,'lp:ntral -3 50 4
- r),,ir., i a irfi, ,,n.r Lbt 1, 5.i. 10 75
S .inj sf is~:~.~iot, r gadt 1 7'.
c inr,t.y -*, l. t p orid ".; 85
Glas.s,s.:I ii by t opr-00f 15 50 16
Gr ,'r, iliCe It, pi-' bh.l I

Il.-limnicorn 9, 95
Hi:nImp. itu-siti, per tLon 360i
Antr.nri n b 224 5)
Iidir;go, .'li-,t.- r. r lb. 25 0
;.,w -.'..i i-Ar, : 1-18 1 25
Iron, pig, per ton 36. 40
KI ts ia, bar ... : --,,
Swedes 1(6 0 :o
English" 90 100,
Lumber,pir-e boards pr 14't. 15 18
staves W. 0 pipe 70
lihgsht.ad 48
barrel 19 50
Lead, pig. pjr cwt. ]
LogwAood, I3m, p-,&rton 5 62
C anrpaclhy 8', .
Molassesi, \VLt-.-,diaprgall 5.5 61
sugar house f" 70
avcal storci, pitcliperbb[ 5 25 3 SO
tr.r -2 87 3
rosin 3 25
turpentine 2 81
s-f.riti tur'pet' pr altl 37. 0'40
:Pork. ncirga, fper bLl. 12 '00
,to .1 00 14 00
mess i8 00
Timeito, perlb. 0 24, 25
S.ce rer cv. 8 75 4
iut, .j 'i *lui p. II t.I i gait i 5 i L .8
Country, N. Eng, do U- 68
W. Tsl,kn.3, .] p.',r-of 0 94 0 91G
St. Crc,' 'd irnr.if 1 I
Ar, ce ':,] p r'o .0 94 .96
Salt, Tur-e'I Island, pr bush. 0 53
C.,Ii. 0 "7
L itne- o.., blo-in 3; 0 40)
Sugar., t;uici(adot. percwt. 9 50 11 50
Hi. -ann white 14 00 135 i.I'
Bro.vr., do '-" 10 00 11 00
e '\eW-YorkI 'imp, per lb. 0 18
loaf 0 20
Tallow, Russia per lb 0 15
American 0 14 .15
Teas, b-hcsh er lb 028 0 3u
SHvsqon 85 0 91
-HUysoa skin,. 55 0 60
S" Schbn 0 40 -0 56
T;r., i Fp -. per ,- .s 16 00
-i.blac', .-lim.-r-'d per lb 0 6" 0 8
F-i e -burg 0 6 0 7
Rapphaaniri:.irk 0 5
'Wine. MJIci, pOer lpe 260 00 300
P..-c't per .-11: a 1 75 2 00
Sherry 1 56


pleiity


PRICE OF STOCK AND COURsE OF
EXCH inGF.
JANUARY 9


U. S. Bank Stock
New,-York Bank
Maitt'attan Bank.
H', ,.r..inms' Bank
u' C rri-:' B...k "i
Div. of Jersey Bank
Six. per cents
fhree p:-r Cert,
1-Ne'ra,'- i"'r.k In-U ithce a,
Columbian
United -
Marine ,
Cosr mercial
Phoeriix :
Ocean
New-York Fireimen's div. .of
Mutual lasurance
Eagle
E 'EXCHANGE..
Bills on Lond;n, 60 days
-- .Amsterdamn
--- Hazmburg ,
---- France '


1121 2
128,
121 1-2

121'1-2
102
103
65 '
115
104
100
6,;
100






93
(non:)
(i.one)


N" O'Ft'Co is hereby" give to Ithe Creditors
'of the subscribers, isol'-ent debtors, now
confined in-the ce"amMnn Jail rfthe co'.,nty of So'-
erset, for dcht, that three of thie Juitt-es ['" the
Court of Common Ptias of said coui-ty, have
app .-i-:d a .p-.ri .' court to ne. t at t)t O i:.rt
hii i, i i.li i said :..-i,'.;, on FrJ' ,
the fourteenth d.y of December next, at ten
o'clo, ir. the ';n-'o;oon, to hear what rmny be at-
lenlged f,)' -"'. .,.' liberation from con-
finetrent- ., -,.,,r. ',-r, -Tov, 8. 18'0.
D .",nie'*Vai!., ]J ,'-, ,'k.el,--1,
Joh' V a. I.-cet, j I \ .. .
A.-!on V'."..:. -:, P' ip Mnnlienr,
Chiisitia'i 'Fraziier, h Ca. lesa Layton,
David Bond, Jeremiah Stillvyall ,
nav t4
S-N-GLISH RYIRTO.RIZANS,
The ,4thi voluTr.e iof
H.UMES HISTORY Y OF ENGLAND.
la this div i. .. d bu
INSKEIEP & BRADFORD,


D,, ,' ". D.' ttCl.. .-r.


iA iiLL c-.nu.a;,.e in j.tc J..,r the t 1.n
I" c'.'.. ,.f .i .'-c to. al
c."' -/. rai.. ."/.t s ..,. ,:..*c c t ihA.- .'.,'I.A ,./
T.~

L/:' ; '.cd, .7'c '-'.at the sct to hincor-
p-r ... -h- :i-r-'l,.rs tI he Ib) ,k 1 hlie U -
..v.. 'J -i -: < ,.,-,.:,.l ';e ;"S' ,1 .. ri- ty l .'e .-
r,, t '.- ar 'f .*. l..:4 1 'I 1 1, be ,ud *,J.t
, 1 : ,- h: '- h, cor '.!-..'l iin ,r'.Ze, surujject to
LI P ,r .1 I i, '.r l C ', t.r..I-, tL, I : -pe-
r.r, u4 ir: *' lI..i' ,(i'' e f. r lt r to:.;1 i .1
.l ? t'r0ns 1 .nJ rft.- r ith- 4th d'v of
Marco iexiat. ..
,cc. 2. 's..'
h .,t' i" ria. it It: Pi esiicn' ni.d ii-
reic *.i-r i th s ild aiok it the U.tited States
n '.. e tihe diy ''
n. i,, i t o the T'ich '.'.r, 1t thie tiede.
... i Io h. u e I' 'i ori illi n and

.. ,'r ..' /. t1.,. '.ua r. d, Thnt hl
P, .'4i:-I' r Il 'i c:ni ., 1-.: tl-c al I'Arik ih ll
at \l iae-, .tr'io : Lnl altcr the pa i'i-if o;'this
ioCt, 'ar n.. tIl.,' (r.iim luaFce r.IL' tl.c amr .
be o'n' .: i..n.'u d t mrake loan luthe Li.icI States, 1, rc,'lL.,ired ard aol u .nri-
.ed i, I ''.', f a ny so','- (o i.,ri ,i Rn ji-y 4i..
E c-Cr Citla.i, in 11 I..i lr t "r1 ', u '.'ou five
r.ll:iL .-. 1.- :.i *. .' r: b:r lZ E p ie' -
ure of rhr l '.- [ i't3 '-' ._., .rnd .I rare at in-
'ere- I.Ct A tiir i' p :- n per ca:
Pr.:-T-.le. i, T-i t' i l' -l b.: t',e '- It f the
Se .cretarlrii T1 -ir' O ,1 i. _r- s ,
ca'iin i' v" ,-'l to,: .1.: .'- i,.- :i: i 1) r>s --
tors ,l ii',- iI b .r.'I, t.-- v..c.h 1-:.n -r v >Tins,
;i. le is. L;r>ue; i nta.- n.an i. pri.r r t i-. t i-
time when tih loia or lo In..1a lill Ih. r, qu:
red :- P/"r'l; ia,i ; ), i li'l thil i, I I'*1l)
rmill-ru.s hinid se er, -.uW.-reo utl '1.': th.- ii- I.
deiIi rr, bort .-i.J .'i i g t'ei ir ei-h'tFn
lburndrd a.iiil a -'r-li b.' coiaii .,-,l I p .r
'\i-t of, a-- .I hai 'o i z r a .>nt. s'rill be
r' qrliucd in iv --iU riverr O:' a i ir th;in rri
rytilion rf d11l rs :i .i' ,d /r:. 'd/d /''.': ,
fL '. ll u.' Ir,,ns a!! I. reim l .Ile .'
"t- before tie -* .iri. inn uf 'he sh i- t, rn, r.f
%ve'r. ar,!e < it shi-All he ol.-ro l .i'e a-
,rciI ','tiwert, the said crpor-, ioa ail the
Unued St.tes.
!-ec 4 .4r..! j.-i t /? r.rr i r r'n,7frtd, I t, i if
:;-le sij l I'rd i Vi .d.i' r.il Di' cor- 14-11 on iamt'
*.2i';"i n '.iil i.-. tfurrishin .n. 1;n or loain-, i.n i-in
ito iune.Il Ij. h" Uh -i ed tit.>'e:, in Ihe mani.-,r
itr.n '' ll ln r- c'd. their C.rp'.riv.r .n Ill '
1 rllh-vib l; i.,.!\ed, and the o c -'" ,h-ri-t'l
h.,l' cease and: determ.n i. am this in this
-to, or irn the ac. hereby coniinu j ir f.,rce,
to Ihe contrary thereof in any wise notwith-
standing.
Sec. 5,, nd be it frtthTr -na.-,cil. That
,he );,ee'--rs r.hrinen b',' tiiie siockhi,.ldei of
*he S.iid La'r,- ,i3r in on the first Mocdla' ',
Janu ayf-'. the present *e vtr, rn! the Pro'.i.
dent (,. en o *l,V ;r.c L, t ithe fi;r
mx.etejg, :f -r- uh .:lec'inn, h i 1 be capable
S I.. a ...F .' Iitt t' u.:h actions, until
h- tir Mi,:ro y in J.riuiry, eighteen hun-
iredl -.ihJ twelve.
S. c 6. .ind" be it further enacted, Thai
'the act entitledd "* An act to punish frauds
commit.pd on the Bank of the Unired states, "
pasiol .i- e -4,h d y ofFebruarv, 1807, he and
he .-,1-- ,t, ei. li, continued to force, during
the cou:inuance of the asnid co'jorw.,ion, m'a
the same shall at all. times hereafter, arid ir
allrespects, be deemed and taken i.i api.'' tc
the said c. .r p.co.t i.,r, ir. the same manner thai
it has been deemed and taken to apply to thi
same hi-retofore.
See. 7. And '.. Fl /., .-r eh.:'..1, Th'it tl.-:
Presidlent and t.,r-c-.r cf e the -',il b,.i-k shal.
qher I, t i fourth l,-. e. .' M ir hi ri t. rP'\ t'- tlti
L rnt.d S, ;e. an i;, t':r it it l e: ;,tc n ftl' ire [,I
centumn pr )cari'. all san.i-. iri-e.,es' above th
r, Or' :f iilli..r.; 6f J,.ll rs ,-hi.h shall. ac
cumulate 'to the credit.of the Treasurer of thi
U St tl ;, s ,i.1 h ,ki, ijr ,i ti,? 1 a',- 1i s rftl!
'aBme, and '. liic(:l '..11 r r -,in th-'re for
Provided; it shall ti;en duty of the Secretary of th
Treasury,.from time to time, t&o give notice i
-writing, to the Pr ilkr.t n.nd Directors, atleas
days iefor, t.- itcrm or tun-. atwhich th.
said interest shall begin to accrue and be corh
.pute ; wich notice in writing shall specify th
,: ," :t n ...^ f t ., ii .: i..5osit 1 7' t r ,7 .., t'.." th,
a, IAle t r 'i. ri- : .-l
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the Uni
ted -:tales shalli be athorised, atany time dourin'
;'.- o-1 .ni.i..:.-ce t .,'tb,- act, to increase the capi
i. .t :r.; .l'ilCe ..Il ..rrporation, in such manner
as may be liereafier prescribed by law, and fc
which the United States slal! be the subscriber
and own to ax amount not exceeding i, c i,..
shares arid not exceednig it i t- .. .
shares, Provided, That dctlriu-' .: i- :',
United States slitil so hold stock in the said no]
porat 'oi, thicy shall have the right to appoint, i
',uch .'- ti shall hereafter be declared 1)
I w, t n. ,.r i, it exceeding of the Diret
tors; Anidpf ovidelI also, That the share, thus t
L: i.'. .-ri..'. I n I added, by and on hbbhaf:
the Li ;,-.i itii.-. shall not be sold at t. piic'
less than. per centurn adva-ice on each sitar
Sec. 9. -.1' 'r it /,rt, ie ,,i,.r...'.' T in I I i2
section of t'i.: t.cr e m.--ni ..' I1 i-'t Irilfle
An r ct 1t I. n-corp:,.r.te a l., -. ub.lr.i *r- to tl
-anfc (.f (.: '.... 1 t le,. [.p ; ..-:!i 2i
1791, be, and the same is hereby rep.,al d.
': 10. .'. ,i anacte1. TILat it sha
he the duty .-, th,- P'- I.J.rit nd Directors oftl'
s:id bank, ( ,-. [.-i..i" (.-,. l day rf
rext, to signify to the President of the Unite
Stite in v,-;ne., their acceptaihce in behalf
irt 0 *,- jd .. .. ..I,of'the terms and condition
Sin this a;t cn.u;t;ined and if ti-ey shall 'ail so .
. do,)n or i core the day abovetrentioaed, then ti
actshall'cease to be in force.

S WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9.


at Charleston, on the 24-th of December, froc
Dubln, w\ich place she left on the 8th of N
vemier, and brings Du!,i piprst to the 7t
I*,formation by her is received, that ani Ame
can brig had arrived at Cork, having been boat'
ed bya French'priva'teer, whio.t'eate.d her w!
the greatest potitness, anad informed the captt
t'tit they ha t orde'"s to treat ll .A mn.erican vi
sels in the mrnst ltendly :manner. In what lip
this information ought to be viewed, we knt


M D. tDITOT
As te public attention is much turned
to the con-m'lfration.,of libanks, I beg, leave 'to
s'.lbnt the following asctiene of anw institution
of that kind. It wilt be useless to enter into
ithe question, whether l;inks ought not to be
struck. from the .isit tof Public institutions,,
it iln' i *,.,, i icdi that .'i i '" .p.. i u-' c i i .i n -1 fr -
u. i in ''.'.'.-, ct rit'.ot auiciint op- modern
times, owe their greatness to w-eIl regulated
tnumnmerce, and thia Banking .Houses are the
only means hitherto devised Lo justly enforce
whatever regulations a wi-se government. mtay
give to trade, to secure the tmc ric!a.nta in ex-
Lending his business, ,and to marintam ithe ba-
lance o A B .'.. "ri n.ii '-I by Oclaiter, pos'c.e
sing a cri;!'-,il ct ti., 'i. n-.ll ,. lim, hiundi'ed
thousiM' d..1- ir-., .onii:ii.j i one principal,
and t,.;'. it cl.-s i .' )D iIti Banks. The
'-prntcip3al to be estabi!ihed ;it V.w'iasliington
with capta fl of':,rr. mnii.i d -" ih.: i.nr:-
; p L' President ('w.'sh nild be 'ite 5ec
rotary (who would h ve no vote ence.pt ol the absence
of the Presid-'nt, and twenty-six directors to be
elected every, four year -r-'i'-t., of .whom
shoa'ld be chcoscn by the P-' ..I (;f the Uni-
S:d States, with the :cn,;t:'-niarn.c of the Se-
na.te, and the remaiiiing ; li-.-., to be cho--
sen as prnojmcid-bel-n-i. I L Ij.uted States
should keep an account with this Bank, and,
Swi h no other. It ,. 'oitit dbnecessary for time
Directors to me-t qiaireriy for, the transac-
tiona of govenmoinent binit-cds,, 1o supply deft-
ciencics t11 tae reveiiue, to meet the current
expenees of' .government.by discounting. bonds
(heir form to be-tfixed by an act ofCCongress)
at thee or six month,, -hich t conceive pre-
fer-b'e to -h-e present system r.il -.-.1in, ; toas-
certain what assistance the Li-.rc. .:.. -'
c :.u :.i ,d in a time oftemergen cy, c. but
-thev s should not br .qu-,lified to r.ct, except in a
body of twenty directors and the Presi(de-nt-
besides these, there should be twenty inferior"
St.i -.- l elected in the same manner as the
di eectors f the district Banks, and their Pre-
sident should be the Vice President of the


i n t. f B--.nan rte ar,,'ulikd hii: lcree; n the
-'.J ... i' N-o, mmI-el. it ir. p'-,.b blie that h ,rivat'.cr;
m ) I ia ereLeri .;,d i jch r.' :'. It' rot, as -e
| f'-t thie s'rot g .e-.t r-rmj t 9s t., t, :; -.re, ilthl si..'y
m, .t ha be-:t _-i'ar,. nidc. "in, iinfamious
s:.-ncllticn ; proibbly a F-.iCchi tr'i to catch
some rich American cargoes.

Tie Hlr,use otf Represc ,tirat'es of ;eiirtv ,i.-
nia on ridt'j) 1 it, pited t ci l'.i;ort, rrrpj.J -
ing thr Senaor-iarnd !,:ei'e,---t v'i e from tli.i
staile;n C.. -ie' ., '.to i.te agniani..he renev .rl t
tl.c chuter totLe U. S. Bknk' Th i. r.iolutioni
,Jad not I'-a pas:iedi' the Scnte.

We undckr, 'i tihe LUni'ted -tat,.. Brig Atr-
ui,capt L iwrence is prepanng for foreign
ter'ice?.

.lxtr,.Ct f-a h tit'er, frt.ni a qc'flt lon in
.Aew. lrunc ti., A to /':' Jr.'ei.d -t Actv'-
YnTrk.
'DEAR 'fn,
SI h'-vme ob.-- e.i willi i -,ijrre, i'-:;r.V,'l
cock's tEin:ri.-lks n the lisetald uf the 19tit ul.
tifnr.- ; thi l at nh-t..] .. iona- ly p'ertrient, and
worth% to r.:'rci-,'.l a revoluu'onrary cht'r-
actor I '.-a v rA11 Laqu.iinteA wth hi ptsri-
,,|it :t!'..c .. *"* h-,; t : I t,: ICr, [i .an .-r .
-.nal i '.- '**.CrO Lt ira L-o Lili' cA.ttnill ua iLUth,
Wilh n niar.-,i rt" nur sun s hinre p.Ltri., *ic.re
citlhet n bri l ,>iii :-r qu~e ''I slum'r,ci n l in tm l ,ir
riohers ?'rii,
I'a i heart s.i:-,p:'1'. of gr- ..tude, it.tiust
..)". I .n e : 0e : r' E:lt-it aI,' to ee nir i, 'it o
b'. lieir v:i l "I r -.on us iict, piu. '' .I, cC C at oIl'
:.**.*:: Iron, or broken G'.'c ;: and iu'h-i
.-,.,S Oftl. .*, iuppl',d th.1,.n. ,, u;- u. ni.'-
.,,iT, .u ,, national c t :ni ..., i s:i.,;, ori the
rioro' and L C.-i t.'-. t r iO. ', .
1" h.' no- ', l..' r ipuh'llotJ. c:'lanli', us sit-
u itn, n tiii -::h I f'-r th ~Ill n i.ver e
"in1iC'F te, u-tI*J r th" j:..'ap= r : dar .I d
tl.a litiif tr tlutin bl i.,ne s ,h ht Ia tc1.t zr d hl- ,r
(3cu ttci ntir' ta-, t i,- '.' d a. c rn 'r, ill peril i.
.uiLt., 9 th li n- [ nrl'tii ai." ii '-e bel rtt-, v.l o
will i n .,n -i'.l, I-iT-ct thl:r ruin, if not impt.
ded in their career. -, hey ,uOL' 1 then banr-
i.h ft nl, '.,." :..r,; ..I.;nrc, a u.itllaranm oir. ad-
Iminisi a'iL.n, th at silcr, tlv '..: s our ropi.:-ty
f to pillage, our ships to flam;i;s, and our y.'.
| ira t ~aai 'i- cT Lc 11 iril u'i ti'. i -'
Alas could-we b ,i i- '*\ 1. i,,g,.'n the in-
dig-itics, that'are offered to Ii ,1 .-n-ir. i
would not be. suffered with impunity : but
times are ....- .1- haiige itt: tflly of weak
t heads, and bad hearts,~as deprived us of our
National cla-racter, and levelled us in com-
parisori)'with the most contemptible, beings.
Our fathers bequeathed us a fair inheri-
1.
.tance, jal'iin',td with the saord, in one hand,
and the mo to, of Liberty or Death, in the
t other ; but unfurliai.'-ttl we appear, not pro-
e perly t-o I.."I cc.-.- the gift; and seera topre.
fer, bondage, to freedunm
. It is still in our power to avoid the former.
,. and secure the latter. Men of talents and in-
e tegrity, in our public Councils, would snoo
e learn the world, to respect our. rlhts, ot
tremble at iur- just *., -: i2Aire.

e Vye give pliac .'.: folloywig speculations
n on the subject of Banks, without meaning t(
e be considered as approving of either of thi
systems of ikiii pointed out by the wri


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c'u't- I],c.!: ic i -c.i- ini -i-c .v % c -

the I.-tn-i.Eng pl. cc ., i'rIbc Lch .l nLis i-
ncecI, Ib -tr',-l, eN. Intl.el.z '-.ltia-
dElphi a 2.1.,. la, X r rit~tn .jO .n i '
I ,*,,,,',, _-u al n n,,. c- t--,'hi

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Lb- eac-h 'jr~incbl. %4ho, shiol) bt: miii-1i' -'-'I-t
--.-Lg I.'i l1 s.--' a'-I (0ItC ric i' 'it'liek
barc6, only 1a-4ti c!,i-iitcto ha ri-mILC-aC A. -
and ic'ldini- ci- .' t:ici' 11, t**5 1))i1.ni, ..1 aO'
ii-,i1A-mic',es; rh- -a c _.I c L:i.r !o';
tonil Dishi, tic could n-i,; 11Iee t t -! i .'.
cl-u-i-n nr,% i" .n-, r _.1, t ni. .'~
be %n5te i, 0i, le F,wuilon I urn)m-13en.ce
e.11 the cnr"nui:,rin ri- -.fii a i'a t..'!.:I

shi0.1 u-- 'voc e ill dera3ilth ie pa~clr of M ll l..r;
rrA ,i:,il, Bi. 1 .k. mmith':. tr e di ia'iC i. i-T-tN.-


arid 21ll n iii'-r, th'rimuahi itC.' a'n-a -

-u i-':t Itl Piec-cl r i-rf nc1-he i-A ud
th.: ir:,i'I 'I tt-i. 'i.--aC'-it' -f r-t a
hone--Their post notes s- Ir--i 2E.
ohl ':1'e t' ll o -r' o i'rd. I t
6f) --T 91)d I ''it~r ulota, :I -u'l ~.'.! u,- i
triut;e tr -'c-'rIr ,rI *ov' rV t. --Thi s WCuid
iiotedyhi I -co" b)'rwcidtrn'nst'.i w ~ise.nOi~i
'~ete '-.!-i 'd ~c-J'Auilm nr.I, ;rerji i e u-i-
-10 lin'A -1I 1,i: 1,C ,ao',L I.b--c-'' ii~cd 5V -jr. rise
iilssas r "n t-x r. i a n 'fill .11 t1ti





vet nmtent wVoultlih some me'asur-e re-h~ize their
-vewmin ,i ''i--o .if a Nation-e Ba4tnLit d' r
t)l i. ri-mC~l1'-h--l 1i-vleast, it. would be, %, 1'ir 11
underrttheir ill;-'ctinn as the %iia(Lt r-j h-2on,-
tiun I i-null t 1.
IVAN PETROV 1It a.1

'Mact. EVITOn,
~Ow d Me .n -nCliO '-i'-i'"ic onn


enarters, by ., i. .. o-:" ;.r' L0 ,I;'!': : LN.trac oLf ', : ,. ', ,',,."., /',"
t .. 1'. i,1;r,, .4 ': t, nit, o If I V-., ,- r io .., .'. ... .. .:.,
sit u.ed ,r n, anddtne other without charter, \Ve are -in ,1 -.-..- ,,:,. ,-i ,,i i tn-
b.- n oft IcI n!t,. tiave had access to i..O,..:; i t, i-' |.r o i'. , ', .
a partner. .. 1,1 i. i-. t 'an i l ..'
In col.and the charte-- of a Bank is notifrL- d ,i ; i..i L. -. .- ,- i.. r (,c:.
a term of years, ass in, tlis country ; '. ittn r r ,.,n.,n r J ,.,. J p K ,- t b. i t I
piaip .-tijity, or so long ,lhe, coidorin :o the ,,-t :h ,' n '
ti, iii. I'tv .tI .e calar ter.. ''he br nclthisO '. ,,. ..,, ,
:ni h ,, aa H i-u. h.., .:o t-i -, i .- ,. mi. l', -, '; f'ix-: .. o -,:_'r..,, 1 ..


,phli, ti, I c.. ., ,A.t i. ,-I ,g hi- .,r,,,, il I ro se F .m :', : .. n .. --
'hie j ,, u, i e-, e nu E I 1.1- .or %v .. e I li g tlorda tho .m ican .:. .
alsoto forward when obtained. r .
The Baunk iI .:: : d, i.a,V t perpetoatl char- 1 t- tt ., -St. Frans
ter ; its capital is Ltao and a htall ni-tioo s of is 'e .. i -''. 28, 18hO'.
poutinds stctling, td t;e;ey i diT ide 7 or 8 .per The : .. ...- it, .... i. i.U:'.i --
cent per aniumt ; the shat-s a.in s '. .1 iii-i; The ioue '- ,.e'.- .-:t ti.-i-a ,, -. .r:e a
suc i a piremiun as. ri.duces thce ,', 1-. i i I .rnn, n. 1, ti .1- uat r'* i en nor "
. -, .. p frr-haser, to a very litle .. i. .-i '.., .. L .- a 1, ,.. .- .,ci.
wh.yv wculd be dr-ived from g<;verni.tntt se- tf)o carra an ,: '., 'lh ; i.<, i n'-
carites. A. i '. ', ;...i-; ,t T' r [a.-
A hePN i.t t,.-IkinrComnpany hl.ve no char- ,[, ,0 1, : ,. i. c,.r:,, i.-. Al, 1
ter ; theirc'.. ,-, i. -any a c. 'i i. n. aitoni 600 i- U I, n I- ,: .i 1 r' l on.; Ci-1.
pounds steit nig,, a-id yet tu-'; ;-- ,i .c;.: ii':.1 eo WrWn. Kuiklnd.
hold out to'.hes public, i,_-,i ,n ',e se.-uri:y -ot 'L f, ,t ,,- ,:. ..l ,1 --._" '," c
the Ba ck of icotI-And, :.: .tine u, ii.n- from Cu n. V-I I ., K Tipeir, hiho was sent a-
e r,.. i.ii. :' '1'' .t' the n. rtrtn-i One h ofeth .e 'but'six. v eek.s, aro by the convention to the
('.., .- .., ..) iS -. i.. ,i m i .. ,.. a, t U 1 .: t. ,, -'. l..rc i:.' n ;'r i-I
pounds sterling ;, atd I ccul name n rnT r i .V i-rc.:, b li-,.ri.t '. ..'..n- :,: i. lo 1 'h -
of themri that have tidd estates orit 1w.. ., ,, :,. f, p i- I : ,-' -
fi-.e, a-id tea thcus1A:d pounds string p. ,. .... ...nt : i'. | I ti m icI>
;>nMon.r Twt s ark ppa.ys 15 on 20 inper cnt, cr. fidlence, thi _. h u.., .- .1 .., .-Ke a.d
nini, li-as'three umesre the at i iouint oi i. would ntak t, r- .f i,,,h : 1 ., n i. night if
1 ,i withi i.t a four per cent .t i. the 24.h :;ist. and that 'the conv'entiotiai 1. ..
kfariners and others that are not interested in -b)culd t,- ti- ,.i ., ., on th 25th-Itlha
coinltt'ceC.. the' "t. peo -I ii1 .A liti'..- '"1ii county, iti the iMvis.
I bd.:ieve this is the only c-,;untry wi, ,.. it ; i ... -riirt, oid join hm, pro: ,ucJ it
has ,been .attempted to i.cporatie uniderwri ,,, h.uiijii -., ct:-.i ,"
ters by charter. In England the business is
execuitcd, thriOugl the rfediu i of Brokers, NATCatn, Dec 6.
who have tor their r,,ul, J five per cent o A g,.' '-man rccr.nty arrived from Pensa.
the prolis of the under ..rile.---They are cola, t ie.ni i., it 'lie garrison of that place
respectable ien, conversant with al. qties- disgusted a opt having been paid off for ,
tion ... .c.,ild:r,- -e 'n Insutr.tn-c' s, aid ass their i'. ., ,t, in r, ottime, have formed acounci
interests' are -, 1!. li ked wi'ih both par- t .... r, ,,n arrested the puollic officer's sus.
ties, whditever ."....-"'', Occur, tney are al-. pected of withholding the arrearages: 'The
ways refer red a, End decided .by the Bro. ;i.-. ", -'nieril p: .red greatly disgusted
k,-rs without the disgraceful ahernative of not onlr -.t i-|t. ..rce .-1 which they were en
Law iuits. gaged, but from uncertainty asto what master
PET'.R O Pi,'1ROlWIiTCH. thtE were i- tiini..lvy to belong -There, wa


AI.EXANDRAA, Jan- 5.
'Prom si ''. -- r ti,'ort d eith, news-
papers tou me 1ISt- N.v. inclusive, by ithe pc-
liteness ot Mr., bampayc, who arrived yest'er.
day in the sci'r Maria from Lisbon. ,
W' e announce r. iih pleasure that-the great
cause in which Spain aund I' .: ,are etga-
ged lootks more and n-ore j-romnusing, and the
btst informed' nen in Lisbon anticipate an
auspicious result to their glorious struii gle.
The combined armin urder i., d u .'. e l.i% i rr'
retains its triple i.. 'ihiu niip otaic L: -
c,-lei,. i.-.it.h, w ith an .-t-i .d'-.cc .. 0rti' i-.-i
of every sort. Lately they receive beef from
the tirats.iuitaiyte couin try, of bhich, 'for ai
tune after Massena's apr.roach in froot of the
allied army, .Lisbon had been deprived.
'i he French general'ss (I i ,rin sti c'cl.-
ed fr,!um V'.la Franca, on the Tagus, to the,
sea. latelv he htis drawn in hi., right wing,,
and took up anew i ..iti' :. r,. the banksof
the Tagus- it was supposed in Lisbon, that
Mussetna was busily engaged in pr,"paratitcas
to erect a bridge across ite Tagus. In this
.way ohly can the French general retreat, there
being no provision of auy sort !elt in the coun-
try of the'.'ngus. In this wav,also, only cat,
he gain subsistence, which ever,- day becomes
scarcer in the French caw p.
Lord' 'Welliigtoi,o pencnviing the enemy's
intention, hadl thrown ovir thne Tagus two re-
giments ol fd:f .; gojn's, an"di three (11 light iinf ti-
t'ry, whici hl d t 1tT1-c: nally t ,toipp-id lthe marn)u-
ders and ntorgers ifrom the e Ftre.ci army, which
heretofore used to pass the Taa'-is it boats,


it-


a report at P iP .': "-'!, that by virtue of an art-
rangement between the government of the U-
nited States and the Havana, (without doubt
authorised by the regency of Spain) the Fiori-
das wereto be ceded to tie United States.

Fxtract of a letter, dated Port au PFince
S.15th 1 .-. -.. ', 1810.
it We had c.. .1. hl.-,. enot:ged in a new
war, in t;he ,-ii 'ni i .ti-'.i, I.tL, the pres-
-ence of the Presidcant, Petion, proved a n:enns
of preventing aniy evils arising therefiui ,
,,3 t- qPr sl ;.. ; .: -.- red ,
1.. :,,, I.n ,, u- a.- .; ced commotion
h i.\ .,._'c '-..'. 7 .'- tlat I thiK-t 1
i'kn.sid elet't .tau.tliority is ttow better established
thuian ev. .
i It wil!, I am sure, occasion yto equl..'. sur--
prdse to he;ar,- that deputies have ar-ria d f''r:m
Christopie, with letters to the presidentt ccn-
taiiimt, oer'otui esofaccommodation. It wiiaitld
seem by ti.a Chrtistophe is s.nnibin of hisina-
"biity to carry O offhMsive war ; and i.: is i-
] I ,..i ,. hrs troops ncnanife' an u .
, .. .'. ; ,i.- .'. placet-i--his pn:
cip:al aim tinoast therefore be to get tinims e
weil coi.ii'?;.ed in thIe ove't- e-a'.t of ',si
Northm,and i '. r i. d..' bt he hasta:en thi
W ea..ture to ... n I ,'Ih e ans-er of t4'.::
President is cvnf. n:mable it, the situIat V ,"-
tini.gs, and if Cmhrisiophe '11ill evac:.r ''-
Mary, and n-nithis side .of tile Atib' :'f (a
circumstance which I think very i;nipn I .-. 5 .
peace rnav be conchtited lietwi-en the tC -"
ve-nments, but nio othervine,J'


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SATURDAYP. J.~i4UAh'; i.), 1811.


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BOARD O1f H d LTH I.
:At a meeting of the Board of Het-th, on -the
,iti,0 nr.- ei. 'I sm .er l hst sthe following re-
o.l t w-..xi'C!,.ived from Di'. J .,. Br-is.
Hea!bh-Officer.
TrO THi HIiu"'ORABL,- THE BOARD OF7
li' ALTHx ce lsorte, JLec. IX, 1810.

t h.s i.to' the practice of my predecessors
t address 'he B ard of 5feat-, .hein any
f.'.'. ,'eiaiu'e l.tj qit. rantuie can. be offe-red.
'i~erot-y t.-a: mtn oitant sysn;em, can be ren-
ijered ,oi'/. i.' icieit in scouring tkte health of
ti,e iinhabi: antLs ess o pp essiveto the frnerciant,
a.id their. oree codrduci-e wo the gerier pros.
per-iy oi 01 s i' ; -,i-' t :i-..t of ,hica is de-
r, ;', al rbhject '- rir importance to
the: ci, tens-t'for;,.onait idepenod. not oily their
live'; but their business, from wch t. ihey de-
rive the m-a'-s of rendering those lives com-
fortable : c!tsequOntty ly ts h nt'o- -';-"' s5u-
jact is oftiln recrrtig to tihen- 'j.', ; pes.
othi..tial sa ason ; and they have generally forca-
ed an 'pinin that yeios" fever is either ina-
port-er or if iomenisttic origtin. ltherefore, our
quaranttio' JawhtW -sfi very .',.L;1. bee'
Wr.ade to -Tet. ,:. '-.:. .o injury
can result l:.'ai uOain,; ..,_ i ,-it-i', means
poL'ntet Ru- bu the i-arsans ot both opiiooas,
without it sh:u.l!I a.-ise ft0on ntoo "--"': a de-
pe'idance ,an otne s% of iteasuies'-e, the ne-
giect of ,;-,e obher ; fir -b' ih admit that the
c-usoe of tSn. disease becomring epidemic, .is an
Iap'p'e 'a'ai'l. phe.re .. "- ,'. conr e.atls
this stat ( of ait' w'- rr ', .. ih, usu.-
". '. ,- fevers ..*:' Z- ..., .., by t e in-
tro.-uctit-r cf the infectionof yellow fever, re-
ceives an addiLionrtl virulence, which causes
this drcadif! ,.cturge of our sea ports ; while
the believer in domestic osigio asasrts that
that this dscia se .is .rodiuced herc .Vihout the
aid of athy fz fr igi "ti'eiort. It is not oy i-ny
tention to a.icuss .ihs imtporta .'.- kett
to detail ac s,, wlerreby some i '., ,, i. I t.e f.'
fordtd tor the rcvxsiw ot ..lour health laws,V
v.hich were passed in the year 1799, revised
itI 1801, and to -..: i-.. ,., i i:r-., 'Itre ad-
dedin 1804, 5 ant( ''i- ... r suscep-
tible of amendmeinct is adwnittie by all who
have exa-,'rori-d then They have this sea-
son been the cs.us of ,? I.i1 .r irTa r n t tra-
D y V i-. ..- i .. .t ii, l. i *, 1 1" ,- '_. ."
'at. a I, I-a.c ,!I, h"- t'ote miport.
t'rom tihe ,-. 1,,-...ich have been made to
you ev'ry week since the first of June to the
u,-st t.t '.*- .'..rr, i' 'ii M arine rous-
;' i i ,' ., t.., c the examination of
:; Il-I h 15.-,r, a f,:w important fac'.s can
Si l .-i t ..' :'i i p.l'-ii out some of the
S '- im.. perfections of the
present laws, andd ihtw whence we are to ap-
,,:(,el.-.,the d onger of importing the yelloil
fever.
S ,. '. ". .. d in the He-alth De.-
P;..r. f,,r twelve years,
and coni'.,-manble to my ob&ervatio!.s, belie'evt
that the comt-aiative statement of t0is year,
(for no listhb-s t .1 l..e been mnad.) is as
I'.'c.r; h!r. e tie '.. the W est lna -.s, as
,Iy ,i "re prectding eleven. and more so
than some of them.
To elucidate this subj,..ct, I have designated
all vessels able to .rntr.' i.-frora te 1st of
June to the.lst of October, under f-..,.- el --..'
The It ii ii those from the .', .-.ii-dit's
'- .or i ,- ,. 189 vesolIs navigated by 1783
t .ir, ..1i f whrm died there, or on .lieir
passage thence to this prt, most ot them af-
ter at very t-5y-s aa, "o,> an --a --r. pra-
yellow fever prevailed. On board these ves-
sels were 627 passengers, 9 of whoma died on
the passage. All vessels of this class were
tletained a.t I.-: -i 4 days, for the purpose of
yentilation, andl cle".1i-;,. in- were not per-
miitted to approach the city nearer than 300
yards until the 1st of Oct. 51 oi the above
mentioned vesSels coming from- sickly ports,
or having deaths from malignant fever occur-
,- ng ot; bnt;id, were, by la.,. prevetr.led frum
A v .'.' ,... i.eL A nearer than rate quatlena
itne ground.
In ihe second class are those vessels from
ithe "r. -,'-- n Asia, Aflica, t;tiJ -Sou':h
Asreric't, 0,ich are nut detai.oed 4 days at
qi,'arantine, '.ujt ir all oher respects under the
same.restrticions as th.'se foiam the West la.
dies, (except ves els frdm Canton and Ca'cur-
ta) which a ,n ce -. :- i1 to the w-a.rves and
are classed .: .r.imn Europe,--42 ves-
sets fioni these places navigated by 489 sea-
a.-en, and hanng -r, board 46 passengers, have
arrived, ai.J rnc.. .e death has occurred on
board any of them -,, '._ tihe voyage.
The third class contains 190 vessels from
Europe, r-naviga-ited by 2,157 qe-rme., 6 of
whom dled 'n the ,' .. ,4 of -I. --.. con-
sumptionr,, enr wilt sminl pout, and tt*' sixthi
or"-. i nijury.; of this snm- lliu.'.,.ber, 4
w-e ffrom. Can o.n and Calcutta. 'There
were -.I.. -. board these vessels 1, Il.i r-',iten
gers, seven of whom died, 6 ..ele c,-.,! ircn
va- tih measels, and one an adult with consump-.
tio .,, ,
he last class are southern coasters, a-
irnouting ic552, and "- ,4 b', .885 sea-
men, one.0f whom led oni the passage with
fever, several ere sick on their arrival with
bUlious -.-aelig:iant fever, 6 of whom died at
the Marine Hoep,tal. There were likewise.
3594 ptss n-ers it, board these vessels, ud
one of thea idied with fever.-The passages
o0 titise v :,-sso l are i; t;i;tby performed in so
few days, th .'.the s.e- nu-en. f. .. do nott
compiamt, !hei conri'g fi'om a sickly port
belo:-e ti.eiir arrival here. This is a. reason
why so few deaths happen on board c'-asting
vsselss
Our quarantiSse iaws are very oppressive to
the merch..its engaged in tis trade .; for
. a.t, ll I a perst.a be sick, or die with bilious
iali-nant fever on b- ard a coastintg vessel,
or .a hcuki this Al.iease ,,.e .'- at the place
from which Ahe came. ,e .: is prohibited
coming to tia citv,, ever if she has been pu-
rifi d and c dhansei, uni the first ofOctober,
a;.'....l', the same disease f i-Qtji l. :.,:._.-
every seamen in .unr city .1 nci i .-.
country. '.Thisever C believe'to be essential-
ly difere't fiots }.e;!ow fe'er, a case of !hich
I ha e never set- frimn acoast ig vesseL s.ith-
out it was ,.' '. at the pert from bwhich
she sailed, i **. have never known a
case.,'f 'eiko, i' fet fi.-im "Sivarsnah, (Geor-
gi.) Ii'. i ma't'y roe s;ct are receiveta,
.ito the marin e h0 i" from tibat alarce, ihan
f fco-e nl i'. oth-r Iiar-, of the United States
scuith b ef 'a.d Hook :. e. d more than twace
the nu.-w.tr of de'atihs, at .,tpear frtim the
rit, w.r-' of '-L s Itai'sbirh.l ft ( 1" tears, begin.

periAid 257. ".a. '-.tire t dmirt'ed into ite
ce-ablithon nt -"o n- ..a rt.-i the tmst of
ihem .5'th btil n' odtlip:r.at fac'.t uof 't!h 'e 67
iled ; h hercas fC ivt, ai tihe other Sttein 0


Sports of t(he .i..)r, except "V. Orleans, onlyt
161 patients f'th various co.npiaiats were
rtcceived, 27 of whom d:ed, and 11 of that
nunmber'with ello. wever.
From the '--t -: the f.li-.-,;,,- are
some, of the br,i terviierncas toat may. be
dra to for the ii pc-ocoent of nur quarantine
ie- ws. First, that the secoodnciss uf vessels
nere as, her.lthy this year a's those coming
f om JEurope, and chterefo-e a. discretionary.
power ought to be given to the -.
tj [erndit them lo ccme to the .,h rev, w-ita
from the report of the Health OflRe- :hey are
fconvnici.d ( that ,' i r on ariae therefrom,
.Such as vessel : ., t.t souih o[ tu-opo
within he straits of G,,i *ier, wlth clean
bills of Health ; from Madeira and the Cana.
ri s, w;ith wines ; from the Cape de Verd Ist-
ands with salt ; from some parts -f South
Anierica and India; J'-- *b ..r-ce are gen-
or'lly healthy, and ,;ncr, he 7y are not, the
.'. l,a i fil ee '.; i 0 the crew be-
-. l ; t evil to be ap-
prehtend.. :rim e *.e el' .ouldbe imme-
diately ... i the ass.ge
cel!d be performed in ten or fifteen days, as
frequently takes place with vessals from the
WV. In j.-, the danger form them niili not
appear until some time after their arrival,
Secondly--That there is no risk from vessels
coming from t-utop-, except pestilence pre-
vailsat the port : .. ,, i '.. ,i are
crowded iish ,. r-,,h r -,, .. ..ile to
ship ihever,as happened in the year 1801, when
near 800 patients with this disease were sent
to the Marine Hiospital, s55ofl hom died, and
only two persons engaged in the 1, '.'h .J1 -
partmcnf. escaped the contagion, although
great care was taken to prevent it by ventila-
tion, cleaniess. 8tc.
Thirdly--Thatsoalhern coastors do not bring
brreyellow fever -,.', -r v pr, ..'il ., ii. port
otdepa..ture, but, i.t ,rit I anJ Li!'. i ma-

,,. ,,,. West nldia voisels we are to
look for the introduction of fellow fcrer, and the
utmost vigilance is requisite to exr.mine, cleanse
*-1 i.:Ai h :-.r, h. i're thy can with safety be

pestilence has usually !' ;'. ..., .. i health
laws are more oppressive as it ,'.. I them,w
than ir, j.i':.- iir. i': I u .' with,
inasinu. ., i. Icons-
ing fr n. .. i ... who
died ,.r,-. -. .,' r,,. :.z tc ar ,7', after
thefi..t -'.i i ,t.. .1 I ., i r ini m jit i .r e oc-
curred twelve mront ., a be purifRed
until tite lst ofOctob,', it' ,rl experience.
i it :,. us, that .', .:".. I ,:' hIs ever com-
menc-d its ravages here. Therefore a vessel
may be dstf L -*'' Et ',,tine, aadthe
itb i, .....' ,. '. .:S L" one kept there
S .: .. have beenproperly
c i,.o.l .:i.d .J- i ai, 1-4 of the time.-
This part of our quarantine system ought to be
more .1X ...',- ii- .-. and not subject a ve;sel
fiomt i. .r,., any of the, neighboring'
.Islands, with a cargo oi'salt only? to the same re-
strictions which are imposed on vessels coming
fomr those Islands where yellow fever fr' ,. 1 -

Many alterations are also required ti r.i. ': t
true inoL.rl .,ti iv understood, and to rend-
er it ;,.,- r ii'. cn ,, ic i.. i.e public health
and commercial p.. ,'> i i city ; whi';h
can be baiter pointeO out by a revision of those
laws, than in this report.
I hare the honor to he, gentlemen, your most
obedient hu, .'u -. "
;,, .. r. r z--. Health Cfficer.
Which beingreed,
o < -- Z w u'.t5 a e 'il, that th aa be-
I.'b'A .1, -,,.1 a committee of three consisting
., -,. v.:, .1 department ofthis board were ap-
painted to confer with commitecs of the like
number proposed to the honorable the co-rpora-
tion alid the chamber of commerce of this city,
t-) be appointed by them, for th, purpose or're-
vYsng; the quara'i.ni.i laws of this state, and sug.
getting t.meadmeuts therein, and that they re.
.brt to this buaard as early as possible.
An Extract from the. Minutes.
CEO. C. MIORTON,
Dec-21 Sec'ry Pro, Tern.
,*1 The PriEters employed by the Corporation
are reqi.,es'ed to insert the above.

THURSDAY, J.NUAKY 10

We are indebted to a merchant of this city
for the info i.matia contained in the follow,
ing letter,
MALTA, Oct. 1.
All American property recently seized in
iunots. ia consequence of the IA .it of Ute A-
merician ship Libertyt is liberated and ever)
thing rcead on its f-ormer footing,
Au attempt was made by the Fr-ench a
few days sitce on Sicity. Four tho.sanld ren.
landed, 2000 of which, with 2 Colonels, 46 of-
ficers, and 6 gun boats were taken. 'i he re-
sidue re-embarked in the ,.:. ci : -,2 escaped
There has been a seizure cf Atn-erica
property in Turkey, in con.seq.ence,. a, we-
hear, ot a, ncn.compliance ot, a emar.d of 6
per cent on inward and outward cargo.es but
eC suppose the property will b0 released and
the difference settled em payment of the du-
ties.
Lucei Bon.aparte and family are 1ero
pt soners.

FROM OUR CORRJSPOYDr':NT.
+uILAD[ILPHIA, Jan. 9.
It is rumoured here this morning, that ei-
ther the British CoRsul or the 'panieh Minis.
ter, has received plete destruction of Massena's whole army,
and that the Spani-rds had invaded a ptrt of
t, :.ct and desrtoyed thiriiien I
give you this as I have heard it, as I aof ir
able }et to ascerti n' t rhe tu.h, of the report.
i'.:'. .* ship Miastusti, Barker, from Ca-
diz ; brig DI)eborah & Jane, Monk, from Mon-


FROM OUR CORR' TSPONDENT.
House of Reprse..ttt'5ea, 1.ashington,r
1sIsnday, yuF'uary 7. J5
Mr, Se bert-laid on the table two arhdiion
al petitions in favrem (f the UnGted States
Bank.
Mr. Vrn Ho-rne reported a bill to i'corpo.
rate the Faruer's Bank of A-,xaod-.,.


i Mr. foot made an rrmfavcrable reporting Sco'ilaa v--i.-la'd out in-ntatiIonTii antit ore)-
tile c O vncai .T'ta'vet .e'.L suca IiS ihth lusti-tl Ci
ecomtittee.f claims- bi a ,,akug of oaals, a-ndi encoutget-
Mr... "*.- from the committee on pub- -. '., mana fl"it es, :.u.. ..' ai.d 'i ia-
h;c mads, reported in favour vt layir-t.g t a reites, PitO P I.- MROWI. Ctli
road to c''nect the state of Ohio rith 'the e Gr
Michigan te-ritory. We, C-a teby coe grace of Go, ;.i tore
The Speakef presented a letter from Ad- ptimate. &.
miral Landais, in which tie r tue'ts th hi s yBy de-re of his majesty, lhe emuereor of thee
memorial may agein be considered by the Ftrern, ktog of ty d Y roe ctor- it c. o e have
udecreett and di, atdc ere as foiiows. "' at id to
house. [Mr.-Landais claim has been many say-- ,
years bt for the house,.and it has been i-rng Art. 1 All! newspapers, ,het er French or
Germ. eman ti),lihectl i iutr y- t.'. shail
sine6 de-e-mined that the house cannot gfrant eron he Is: hed of ur yr '., sha
the prayer r'- petition.? anti we hereby r-' ': '. pi.-hiie- ra-fteod
-Mr,:W. :- p-afer si.-tng -this circuit them.
staitce, rwoed that Mr. La2Fdoatm-ha-2e leave .2 Ftna. ast of asnur, 13tIS, only one
to withdraw his rmemrorial and letters. This ,, "a.ity of Fr ll.orL, a ptl, ied it.. ou:'
was granted. print shall appear throuaglout the whole ter-
Mr. ... .-.r" r:i :.:r th;e order of the day titOry' '' th le of
3 This ; :.. ', i a e titeof
on the bi for-. reneing the charter of the U, Gazette Dti the i. .J rT ..frankfort,'
States B.nk. This motion was negatiredt- and the articles contained shall be inserted in
44 to 56. the French and Gei man h..r. 'i-e-
4 Otur mister "f Lhe all aa-'poiat
Sundry ,! at orders of.the day were called the editor ito the OfieiaT l aG e te,.
-for ; but one might as well attempt to call 5 Our director of the police at Frankfort,
spirits from the vasty deep, for they would shall be the Ceonor of this OficiAS Ga,-r.tte'
not cnme. Ac half past 12 Mr. .- and shall be answ:erat;le tto, ftor is cid,,aci.-
S CAur minister of .a sitl c.,..n!u.aiacrte to
moved that the galleries be cleared :-----f t'.e director those instructions by S-tiic- he
course the doars 'ere closed shall be governed.
The house continued in conclave until after 6 -C- ii'Mstersf the iwerure, of iustlce,
aid of thie P',lic, at'e c ... '. with ti due
4 o'clock, when atl adjournment took place enforcement of thib decree.
with the doors closed, You will ask how the (a.r,,:.i)
members cold get out ? There is a little Cran., Grard Doke."
mystery in the businue.is besnue, Tomorrow, r f Oc 1
to speak in technical language, the hPuse will Extract of a letter dared 24th Dec. 1810
open with the doors s/hlt.. J r,, C/arest ,',. C.
The T. '.tvre of this state aijourned on


As this business is c.rr ." .!, of mn.ch impor-
tance, or congress would not spend so much
time upon it, you will expect me ec. :.,a some
m- a o ist. Youa ust know that I am as
igtioratnt on the subject as you are, as to any
: i --- I could get fromn any of the mem
ters, as I have avoided all conversation on
the subject with them. What I live you is
from observations I have mads merely as a
Iot and from. what I have learnt out of
doors.-Here it is'-There is a bill before ti.e
the hotise, reported by the committee of which
Mr. M' ntgomery ischairman, .th.. '4,;, the
President to take possession of Flor;id, Eist
and West,.! suppose-This bill involves the
question of peace aid war between this coun-
try and G. Britain ; as it is well known, and
some say it has air: d, b'-en declared .by Mr.
I'.',..-i ,. that fc, .vil would take part ,..1
-,.in ml this business. This bill is now un-
der discussion, and I am told that the discus-
sion is exclusively confined to the democrats,
the federalists not, as iet, having opened
their asioths rn the subject* The last
man v.' ..t,.i-1.. this evening was our friend
1tMr. Fi-k, hlie made an able speech in fa
Syogr of'the i'1il, .so says Ariel, but I know
his .,{p:il.h Id;-w ..t n, of the members f.omn
their seats, as I saw them come out of the
bouse, out of the windows, if you p ca.e, for,
* I have said before the doors v-ere closed.-_
From the best information that I haves t.,s
, able to obtain, I a-ti itincied to think this dei.
bate will take up the most, if not ail the press
ent week. If it i ';:1,. wil! probable suc
me sooner than yn a expect ; for' I hve to idea
of dancing attendance on tmolies-1 have not
much reVerince for laws plaj ed in the dark,
nor can I place much conSde.Uc': in a buds
who find it necessary to deliberate under
ground.

Ma. EtiTEot,
t' The Enrglish national debt will never be
paid off in thits world," is the enclainatoni of
almost every one whogives an opinie on the
subject, and firmly as I believe in th rrn-'.
ticab 'iity cf the redeeming fund l-h tl ;, -3
extinct io, I petfecity coincide with the OI.iA.-
ion of the miltitutde regarding the ultimate
issue of it. operation. It is n5 in fact the
policy oi. England to allow of iti- complete al.h-
sorotint-, as itconastlitutes the grsnd tie betwixt
S., : e monied interest of the
'a '..i3 '. m *i*raany insta-ices taore se!-
fibi'y inclined than we are aware of; w' talk
of disinterested love for our count-vy, a:,d rev-
e'ence -fc its laws, without permitting the.
retettieu that our attachments, proceed alonrie
f'-t"'. tia :-'icuits' our protlerty deriv. from
.u.e gc--'-ttinens-a, a)d the interest we have in
suppto- I :. it.
It is ho,.ver i : absurd to doubt of the
beneficim i. o ra;iiti of ble rtdi.eming fatid, inh
the f.i.c of hi-s laring fact, that 217 trilliotis
if mou.r .,s olf the debt, ;ire already bought op,
and itl t'te hands il the (CoJtsntissioitrs ;5.
point, ted b' the people of Eigata.id for this
P.i'-s-.'s. That t il, sun a!mnn Iculd at corn-
poitund i"'e-'e-st, eer pay thre debt is Uriti.osi-
Iet, it he d.elt p or. !ss'- d iii tie sarn ratio,
nyi h. al Iss if t -'rsa t;ot ad-t: tld to its principal.
Thi ho:..e of its fit!,:i ) it-.;'iii' t .i< ot thttrti -
forte ari se fi ori other changes, natiely, the pro-
vi an that is madte ahr each nrE' i,, Ioi by ad-
dirtg aotc t r ce '' of i s tm '>;tl;ot tt the ra-
deemiitg- f.ttl],) t,.cd t, i- rIllicn oof pounds ster-
ling whii'.iih r"'Ir paid i, the coiitmissioers
From tihecurr'tenttaxas of e-.h 'a i.
.I that ,lt'n the sut bright up by
l.he Cafnnsi i<'.nt?'s t u'oni ts toi 500 0 i:ifliitnn
the House of Cominans will order these to be
struck if froG the funded debti an.d orn.
Mnence snew tlhe same operation. This will
enable the British "rernmet-,'r to l.2',sen her-
yearly taxes to the -,'ii,:.: il the interest of
500 rnailions oi poiu.ds, and sttll rulain the
redeeming fund as an effectiual ciecik on a fu-
tue iccumnulation of National D'-bt.
It would be a mere nothing in the expen-
di'ure of the United States to pay g10,000
fro e lie y early income. it. ... .e .:.- r- .pe-
'cinily appoinatd, to be 'iil.. '- ::. t t he
purchasing of government amnd bank stock,
anl it would soon accumulate a corroni.ii iy
tf:ere3st to a a.rge sum, a.hich if not neededot fr a
tat tg iff national debts, ct-uid be used as the I
L.'a'i -'' 'i, 1'nltr, the faofcl'iwat estate s its t


Frid., ., .'- having passed tn-,'ey la-ws
-The restrictions laid at the last sessions on
the London t Phoenix Fire Offic e are done a-
* ., ,'. f.- ',.'. to our Citizens a most valua-
ble additional sei-curity ai it -, 'aunce
can again be t,'ci.'id a.t 1LatL Li.;- as hereto-
tore.

From. the Phiadele1phia Gazette.
from "'.,r-:',,t!.-We have be.n favored
,-ithisLbon papers, as-late as the 221d N6o.v-
We have placed them in the bands of our
translator, and should they contain aioy thing
t' an interesting nature, it shall be given in a
fut ure number.
We have also received a short manuscript,
written by a British officer, which ;piaes the
circumstance ofr the retreat of the, French on
indisputable grounds. it is as follows :
Nov. 13, 1810. Light division moved from
Carvel'.a, iAdo'zores, ansi their vitnitiesinto
Aroda. Same evening the French moved off
from Alangiuer, and lolalwed early in the marn-
ing of the 15th by the Ight division. Lord
,'.''-ti .. a. At.3I ngut'. l61h, .6 g' in l .- ,
marched to villa Nova, folnowedby the Centre
and right of the British army. On that, day
light divison cantoned in Vil!a Neva, distant
rotm the enemy i t- ...''. ,,.;, :. On the 17th
i .it diviasioat Aza;mbujer.-itooksevera.l pri-
sonersof the French rear guard. On the i7th
eight division ,t soavtareia n o close pursuit--
Oai thie lU'h, light division marched to Gole.
:-an at Saz'veerrai ,atd by general ordt:'s Head
Quarters at 6antartcin.
The light divisioit were within 2 miles of the
cn otey, whose Hiead Quarttrs were -. .-. 'i,'
st id to be at Thoenar.
'The :.. -..' is Lord ',. '-,g'.'s force
.Efec:ive .English :38,000
.' *,: 35,000
S3;a:iia'sds 8,000
Pirtuguese militia 7,000
Marines aud sea.tnes 2 000

Tola a 90,0u0

Of there, 14,000 are cavalry and 6,000 ar.
t)llSrs-y.
Price i Op rent at Lisbon, Nov. a.2.
FThur gZl6
Beef 14 to 16
Park 18 to 20
Rice 7 75 to 8
bkltian corn 2 to 2 12
Wheat 3 S0 to 3 75
In, dema-tid.

PnlLAD l.?IsAi Jan. 9.
By ti-e ship Amity, Bradlvid, from Liver-
p slh, ashore on t'i'.i, q. beach, near San-
dy Hook, we have rec-ived files of LIor.do,
Live'rpno't P. .3. :.; ... Provitncial pape",a ro
ithe S> 1 oyvertue-r. i -, co. itaonia i .' hiig oit'
importance, i'aving been anticipAteud several
datts ".. : an arrivalI ai New-Yoik.
,* yhas brought- espusches .'. g,:'
ve-r.Imeat, froa M Pinkney our minister in
London.

ieOroi.rs Dec. 31S.
Fire !--On Friday nigh-t ab: ut 9 ,'clock,
fice wi-,s perceived to issue f(iom the cabia o-f
Ie brig Rover, captain Miiler,- bloriging to
Ke'.nmeu Ik; l'uIely arri"td here fro:n Hal; atu
ani id b'fre sty efihc.tual assi..'.rnce could bt
givei, ai; her inside; wot'ks :'x'ft the rain-
mast w'vsre destroyed. WVe are vor.-y to learn
ttat Captain M. ha lost. by his uanfortuna'.e
iac;ideia, the; wheolt ofihis liapl r 1,), cloth s, and
a cnseidsrable ium of money.
O' Saturday night the Post Cffice in this
I c .r --as broke 'into an-d robbed of all the
rite til)l, *h.ci hIckit.' amounted only
to one' d.:iar. here is scarcely r i. '.-t
ses wnitout some burglary beisg committed.
Cei tainiy some Un-fal iethargy Ihas seized our
Police.

From a Bermuda pmafter handedus by Caf-
teini rf''.trn,
** BtiaUaanA, D'?. 22.
Arrived yesterday his njii'st1"s sc.iouner
Juoip,-r, lieut. Vessall, commander, having re-
turned from her cruize, with the master amd
crew cif the Ainertica ship Be-t.eiy, capt. Al.
ltn, of New-','. I:, rorm bound to
Lisbon with a cargo of wheat at.d flout. "Thr
Juniper fe!l min with the above siip on the 11th
i-stant---and it is tihtug h ir .oni the leaky sit.-
uation in -lhich she was kift that she must
have foundered sono af'er.
Tl.e Juniper in company with .his msjesty's
frigp.te .el ivera, on lIhe 99th insl. in let 4.-, 4.
bing. 59, SO, also *'A' 'n w't!h the brig Bet ey, cf
this place, bom'tlt' .' e sa.-Vork, iiil ballast, she
had lost tv.-o a. her men slavess) overboard, both
her :.n','as* ani o'.-erwa e materisUly damaged ;
sh e af'era. .-trds r'ged.ju.t'y-manst- si.. iproceeded
to the West i d.es.


STh e maRters ofbo ta the above vessels strtiie the
gsle in (which tiev s;uff'eredto. haves been mnare.
violent than a.ny they ;acd ever before enperictced
Schr. Jarr'ss, Joseph Hayward, master, w'-.
saied frCram his port on the 3d inst- fr .,N Y-t:'rt
f-i:t 'a -'-':t! to return,, Ii ''i-., experi'enced b:,d

ohr. IHenry, Alexander .M'Lachian.. from it.
Yo:k, f;- Jamaica, having struck on the Rctr-h
off tihe 'Wzst"',.d ,f:.hese Ilads ands reclivd
sbee kikrag, h.:s coitei in to repair.

T.'eatrical A&6ticr--The managers learnt
'wi-h sicererrgret, that the planoof opeoitjg
the ..' vi '. ..I the nights of Mr. Cooke's
S.. ..t. has been the mians of exahiting
Inane families, h: had a .ilh to witness dhat
genideoman's prfuo 'Knce'. They respec:-
fully assure thtre pu'bhic, that could they .have
Sforeseen the dit'cualty, it should have been
:prevenu.-d. It has b..en usgfal on foi men no-
casions, when Mr. Cooper and other actors of
eminence have visited Boston, to let .the .ta-
ces f... :-' :h .. '. f .. -.,- .. -
a'' -' i n order hn -
eve' to evince the str-ong desire they hove at
all times to'meet the public wish, iheyv hayv
prevailed on i/r. Cooke to 0etend hiseng-gn;-
meot ffrointNNB to rt'OUKTETEN .'-' ; n-
cludingh his Benefit i' o. for the five ux-.
tra nights, will be let at the Box Office, ;. 9
o'clock, on the irornin g of each day of par-
formauce, only -BaHston fiaper,

KNoRboLk. Jan. 4:
Thie bri 'Talutilos, Sl:Itchat, ,als this
day S-. *.- .. from whence she is to
proceed immediately with .dt. .icl'e '.rom rur
government to Engatr:d asnd Faace.

Ck atArLTON, Dec 25.
Mr. Bre nto-. 'tiine re: a of the schooner
Elizabeth, f .-1 .-i 1- 1 in i-foras-us, that
lie was at Poiot-P'-tre on the 2.i inst. a hen a
-hip u- i.- i' .. .: colou-s, fbrin rly the
l't..'-, ,, of Ne r-Y rk., arrived at that oortr
in the short passage of 19 days frorn Lisbon.
The C-i'" informed il'r. B,. that a' en,
.." -' ,t had taken I "r between the alliecl
army under L: i ..-:-:-,. ..iw and the French,
in which the latter wear defeated -ith the
loss of 9000 men-and ilItat in consequence,
the city of Uisbo wvs ..- the night
beforehe saileid.-This ne-as ::: '. gener-
al credence at Guaadalot'pe.

TRENTON, Jan. 7,
Ve '. tht the ,i reuton, New
tHMnoswick ain:d Newak ;i BI:nks, ha;.ve paid in-
. to the Treasury ,of this state their respective
quotas agreeably to the act of rtt uisition pas-
sed at the last ses,'ion. of !he L'' lature.
The wh !e ,w, are inf..rihed amonua-s to abost

We ualderstan-r father, tha? the Jerser
Binfk, whahi we, ,s rtNq irepl to pay ;about ter
thoousadd d.lar, his., decIined the ca1; sold
out, and gone tidf.
S'-. J CORRESPOXINDE,.NT.
Ba'i rMOR, i. .'-
Arrived, brig George, Rutter,.33 days from
C_ diz. "-,.. .*.. 26th Nov. ship '..'-it
ma, i',a'- tfor Baltimore, in 4 days ; brig
adeTa, i, do 8 ; scar Susan'& William,
Ptaraso, do. tiCen. -.. ; brig IIunter, : for A-
lexandria, iext dai', and -.. ...' others,
names not rec.-..liced. Dee 27, lat 32, long.
74, spoke brig Betsy, *V.'.-. ,.: i, from Ma-
deira for B;Iltii;ore, Pase-d in the Bay,
u. 3 up, ship i .... i -. i: i St. Peter5;-
burg and Gottenbui'g, and several norl hea
sciolxe~t l here was so neajs, sid nio po-
ihtical C.iange at Cadiz. 'Their accounts frotit
Lisbtl-m were not ladet than the 14-.h Nov.-
',.- n. a;dointbteao ras;asd--flour ,. 1-2.
'" :... D everea-., harived .t No, -
fAk last raunday, ir-lai London, which h ise left
on tihe 9:h, and ,-.be Do-nrs .i3a Nov.. The
king ,. i.'1 b getting lbett:e, and there
was wsOtn talk. ,f a Regracny. Doubts were
expressed as to the repz:'tl of the Orders, ir,
C.maucil '"i'he Briusht chanrlv swarras with.
French privateer's. Iasuraie. in Lcadon 8 to
lh., t..,...:-,-. on A:A;1eicaa vn ,-,-is,

7 T he i-Eastern Mail biad no arn ie-,'.
when this paper went to press-


O. "I ," dr., -eve.ning' by .-; Rev. Mr. Mil*
er, ROBmEaT PATTO. Esq. Pout ;&h.ster i f
I'h I.oIci. .uI to Mrs. TACJ 1, W. 1iCKS3ON, of
aIs city.

IA SAAX'L.
A t..; .'." +-r. s8, 1810,
UDEBA. I l
On the subject of rrhe T"erritory West ofthe
aherdido.
t Mr. iORSET t-t t.teassed the Senat
a's llto ;.,:
Mr. i re-itelet----fhe bill under consideri-
tion :ontirns t o i0iopos tain 'rovit- .iS -..
The I .i ..... s with th" r -
ritory of : ... of W est Flori-
da E-tstofthe -i '..uii.;,i as far as the rite''
Perd;do; the to..ad e "enis to that ,-. -
the province d'uas incorporated the laws now
.o fo-ces 'nqb .it thesftd tcrrito-try.
i These pt'viii -n3 naturally involve two
questions; l'"rs'-a fbetner the U- States have
a good tide tu that part ,; .he province de-.
scribt d ntrie i ; antd '.. whMbter ;
wOu.t b- .. .."._,,:. t'o the .-, ''. -, ., oit
the Untted States to take possession of it i"
force.
Betfnre I proceed to r.ons-ier these que-.
tions, I b .g leive Mro. 'as dent, to ad. ;a
what nI ay be cou.siderd aprs'iirut':-?r,' que:
tion. 1 re'fei to the aut.lt r y''' of .he Presi.'en,
of the United States to itsut hit s priilat ,att-
and the accoitp trying : ordris of the Tt.ft oi
Oct. last, directing the iorcis.e occupation of
that territory. I deem it material to ,o'st'tt'
er this .om-t, because if the p.oc .maiao:-
were unauthorised ttet. Congress are ,.t i
commti-ted by itrier are they boand to give it
their strction.
if the Ptrrs dent had ayn authit:iy to ti'ue
this pocltarr"n, 'that authority ul c h1-va
been deri .-i eitleir under the eonst:.utitnr oft
the U, tat;s oa- '',.;er 'o- me ant c-- a',cts of
Cotngitss" t' Plresid'rr' has toa r',,,er
,'s'riicrh doei CLI proa!;t su ioe ycu t : o;' ;'.,: -.








of these sources. The constitution E .1 s in h id is not .--: on
-to Congress tn' "e:c i.ii.: power of i' making h.ci, .:u c .i: 1; I .ung prese t Lth .Ui, ..-.c ,; ...
l2.-7s and dec.:" na .. -tn the tFre- .'*-c .. -.-.so .n i .. r -*rt;, J.c.. c. em rn '.' .' : i pain acquiesce
pnwer of fer -cu n.-, "ie Ita i t i.: ULnioni.- plate' an- tol m'.'I p.. '.. n iy :ri L .i.ied N .. *..ci '.. r. i -.,: was" given to ,e
' 1ic p o w e rs i. r ,.- ".re de ,:- .". : .; : -: .- .. .r. ..,c < r i ... 1 ty b e tra n a c .ton .h e .- -"
y.hib r cX c-U. a i L ..' -. tree v. !u ,u'.' 1-- ~-. ti0e Li l.t.l : 1-t of tne voice rose, e. 4 j -i, '. '
be, whel'er .I.. -r -. -tniasultigi-is proc i -, .;.. ', have expired. The acts here tion. T'r-h; 3 not' sba. i .i.
Il m atior, li a r, o i t :. [ dthe ima its of1his ;'eierr t.dto, i u'-ij:r .,i ii .- iu- ..c.. 1 -. it ih :T. d ." -
powers. 4 i Febtuai *., I. ;4, ...r layin xg aiJ r. ol. .i i. i u T*)lr l. t i u, Fi l ; t :. :-.
Sir, what is ',r r ar'e .ndl i'-.,'ort of th: i,. *' iluic '..i, l -t 'i riit.ii, : J':.1. i, i: 'iI L tke t if the U .'. "do
pr' -cila.i. ,..o ? in.l my humble concep't o both Lt t h Uith .' V- the r.c i .:.at it ma e v l. u,. c.:';i y the L -
.legislation aund war. Vyar-Ocec use it di- .- riurned U i .t i i ;rc.., erec' :. ,- tfd Sttei t.n :1 e ,o. ir ,i. '"of ';.'..
TrtCti it,. :Cu J :in ,.. .. '. u n. I- ..', 'r o r t.-c dr l" ,1 'i. I St.h" iI ; o
i lrr l :. I t- r.. ,.i. .,. : .1 L.. ; 1 ; l '.h : 1 .05~ u thtI i g iT '.e -t'i i. title m y be ai.cqujir e. by o p- : n.Y
t-'. "l' tt..'.L,* .'i ,i l l. nr .r j t,"f ',' 1-1...] ,1;..- : i.ser n,.er, l in !il,: ri' ni' t' .i K i n.: t L.,L rri.btt-j. Zl.i-. '.ii '1:r d : '.t 'j :lt '
ih'.u not be r ... .r JU ,., ..i I .- :.. :'. :.- tr. i. i T .. '. .* t.' ;i, rt i gri -. .l C7iJ.i.i ; Ldt ''
*'.v- .i'Oib l 't i '. ir: ni anJ .'-., '*,'," i .lt .r r. ., i rei' jr.nt :,ri a ia- tl e in i.,h; s a. t h, d e.i.ntr-y kiT, i Li : -z
"r:P)r i a i i .,.c tc : ..:..i r l.-, l r I _.* .. lTi i t y (, c li u 1-1 Lc i .tC ii n .li rt.
*li' ..t-:: 'L". rCL, t.n c', Lcrr. ..CL r.i&, r :, tuto I r.;r W I ,.. Cunt- c.r u. ita.s te!- iar'j c b ,t "

ti i .L 'r-E. idr'-r n in ': rin;.r ,,, [r ,. n i'2- l it t Co te -,:r,'., e r ,OT. itu..l t r1 ,i i0 I.ll=tor. Na 'lr- 1 IIy,.t n eiit etteit ,., i e
1, ,, ; a t.- hti hLc i.,C-.: .,.n .,n 'J IrcC I t,.h I c. t by the Uiited .tale But, r, t c r..e ~o e ,e ono of Spu.,r t.r,. cl ,.Ld 1 I.E., ur, ft,.e
,v l .al t cul.r pl.ae n ,:..ev.r : -. ", -.,, ui 'J V .1 -a- sort :of [,o s.L5 -..si n pI--r .- ..r L -re t .ti ; :n. ,, ,f .. i. i p ..-- t ,.. i.,
r. an Iin ,pu.. .ot,f a .1 pai.i -h c.-, t ;. e ? No, sir, not a:single provision can be rb C_ 1. : ,i '. pt 1 ,c I
C.n, ur,,nr ni) i g ui f,,. ,c r.t i ;.,. .i .- ,: i. tO u-, i .uch a co irut in. tu nd J ,,. ,- ,- ,. ,, L ., r i ,-,,. I ..
pi. l,-.rce a .,,'t !. t..it [Ij make. nr ti.tl A p'.,1. o,i ..., be btam -iLd b lnt i-lr.tllI r -. 1 Vrumont t Uhe L it.!. at' s have nio title to Flo-
pt, -.ri thrs.t t.. meli -eci etary of State.--- tnn. I lam warranted i'n this c. nat;ix.c'-n rid.
Suppose wh.Je your .:r l ..i -..]...g officer is i i..t nitre i. f, the citerrt thoIe ,ws : ith And now -;r, *.' th fie in,hl. *I'ef the st i-
.m Lak:t il t.i tepurt th.' : iih olrce sallies I .p-e cI me since their er-.cirnmen'. but by ate. I .ll r.rr:, rto.-.itler .1 Ilii .,s p' -i
outa .J m.k .. ,attack upon L:ur armY y, or ''- e),lres~ F i fFica decIia i: rof .\li. M adi- lthit.- ', re.,' iut' i.tile..., dJ-..' e iii. itl,.I -
",' o. 'p .-1 i i., wri.; governor F '..h sou-tir.-L ;', .h bile .crtiz ry ol State'. It i a t-. vy.. I thr i :. H I it 11 b. : ;1 .t
a:rt it-. he J, -l aii r i r,, ltrom .'-i Flr-i nottot'r.i, r, that rien the :ct o"f the 24th ed, I4mee" ,ei..m c .n fair.li Thi,, I pr :...ie,T
da with the view of repealing .ihie invasion r( f Fehirre ,r; .l', ..rd, ie Marqais Vr ...., is the title ii r...-', ell Ii. Il%,y i l y ... :.r.E
.this territory ; What are Governor Clai-. then h.n ll.,irri: erl. I Ii i...tlion.i Mitjesty at asthe support ters, I' I t hill
'borne aind his army ";to do ? Ground their the United States, protested -iin- that law In order ti,,l r.-. i I :-.ti.,d ti.ii.i-ji, it is
si I,, : rd ln ir:r '-icr themselves [pri.ine'- of and iti'at iNr. t 'i' on, rby a, letter dated on necessary r. c' *. i .'e nto tl- t r- i irn i ,.ni '. ot,
S' r ; or are Ie -Ie ir, to. id rip th ir r.un kets the 19,11 ~.a., ich, assured the Maqiu-'s that the war of I1." 1 '- est-cn b.Iida.i .i Lou--
ald take to th., I1,,l.:, a i i l-a, the only the provisions .'Clai g ir,-Lnuisiaha," would isiana, I'biie ,iai 1,.-. chit.i ..-.- .. that w, ar.
alternatives pie.e" e.;- i l- nn either siu nt -e ,i .ld l.e),ad the acklonwledged The Frcnc ,--.r.- in lie F...:,., .' l.. i-t,s-.
render, tun or fight.-- Apd ho will doubt li-i,.is ..f tIC Ti,,i td .-..es, urnil it shall hb,.' isbippi ai'dl cla ;; I-, 't of Louisiana not'
which of it..-e .li...n 'r.. i th. &,i rtr ri rendered -'.:. tdi.r, by /r', ..y e,;c -',.:., :.' o'.- lyt i c'.,ntr I tll',e ..t f that river, but
an American army .,-nIJ imip l hrn.'i t .c.l se and adjustments with his C'itholic Majesty." ,-.e t .*:,j fIr a. the Ali"r'- ,iiry ntir.iinu Fi .-t:,'-
ir. :, co. .'l..'. vr,,d e i inc .a.. Llp. r. itt- wholi, ir. I h ,e no.T been able, ii 9ic ,! I b:lair ,J L. i, ii possessiOnoIt IJ&n-
htji i .e ti, lP ..-;,l.,. h. i bein so rn.ct- to discover the :., I-oa ..thoiit ., on the a-is, -,.l-,e- i.d the plt .:ct .'r ur.itni., Louisiana
edly c ur ,,. 1 !i r,-. ._c -.'- i.h t,,rc., ground of v.. hi:hi I P E ,Jde.tl is,-u d this -Ai"I CI.-ia.J. T "., -'.- cLo nrli i l r p) rp ',rrc -_ -
he h s oi. I -,1 -I ..*y h.tr (i,. ,-t!,.. r,:r proclam ation.. ;'= h ,- i ci- ,.l ri, .l, am idst f -t ,.-i ed ,I i;ne" I' i ,r' mt 1,.c L:-:.- to tr
.re ., .... .e .. .* to e ,. .I, ,n ,- s. a n ,tc i:, !. -, .L r e, t, ~ u ,-l I, .O A n n, nL 'td -.n ." .adie. lu .nts ul,,nr. : ."
thtI-en i- 'Ir B'ri,.i h ',-or r ,' :"u ,,ir.,-,,-hnr.. ,t. lit
ventin ,.' i .Le. ,., I ,-r ., i.. I..-peru- I ct I lmhI irn. ,i .: Le- n arny ie- it w,,. -J bei n. ess..r, to t Great L n.th r. lir r i. '
..ence ame ., I .. p 11 h.,.c 1 *.` ,. d ,A their light than an i .i ,',.i,.. ., 1 'ip .' ,,, j o, f, | -. 1h i ath ,..i ,.,, ,...
i.t -. ... re ul ,erran. -:. ,,. is .. r ov._r .: : ..i '.0', .. th,. ,.:,.-' n. .I .-v.. ,f.r t.: rn, t. "-.rf '3ir, a i .I- a t. l ..''
S ... I ..r.d in operation. If these ; r..cee]- .c;,-,nd ,r..-g Ih-i,, sir, this act ofthe E L ec- andher allies, t il nd,, r ltr1.Ilin the estib:,in,,.:.r
ing. -.-: ,iil hIa,,, .It: ierri 'r n qu.s- I: .. illrg.I. -n6 inw ., i .. ", we are fully of the Misissip; ,, te ite. Vil air.: it. I L.-
Sirii r. 1.i i r.- j .': -..I L .i p .op'ec ut t i~ y tu cr :r into the discussion of the M.a,, |,.a.u P.:.nc' r ,"r as the bound ry of
in, .- 1. :r ?izrii and:li. d-a..-,r1.-l',-t ; d.:nL. ;' lee .t i ;iL.'.- .. '. ,.' p. i ,-:; C; ;a :.. 1 L. uit ; ii-, e .;' n : 1. .'rit D, itain Ill theterti'i-
it uL. .1.1...: i t i r 1; e 1.; c.ir rr -' inc5i v iI. p f u. .d to 11 1it. e III b.st :S i,n i,,, : .1, t b uiiw'sry except the ist-
dastaid:y as to sujmit, i.h.: a stru-g ., to ot ni, 'h.lu- and :,-'i ,..,-' .-'. r! i i..n, and to F r, i-i all
te .,. ..... .. ..i -' .lie ; .. ', .iho.re truw- I h.- F., i I propose to examine is the title uip, ,.. .' ~ ti r itri i h' s..] n i it... of
I.Ad 1 .c : I- l .. -.-'... 1 '.. ,.: c.-r-uar and of the Uni'ed States to the territory in ques- New-Orleaais.
the su...-v-rf-r. iit i)-ji. CIntt' .1r, arn .depep- tion, t.-Lixrespect tothis, I perceive, it n- .(To iec continued.}
Lie.,- ( Ar.. 1h-re r,. rcIii. r. to :, ri ik. hiat fortune tel.- hl.ppens (th:.1 :.wrv.hble gentlemen .
the su:e and itr.nr oi ihe I tit- ri ii t he bt St i' ,I ;i.Iprt i1he bill d.. l-.-t precisely accord FIRIDAY, J -t'.'UA.RY II
cretary. rf State ol tne i1:. .i Nov. 1810, to i.r -.1_i ia ,r.t 1 1i,- ,e:rntm.-..nreri n Vermon',
Gov, Holhnes,, in ir-n .. r :... it letter of' ihc .(Mir b: ,n..' l-i' in .Iir.i 1, c.,i r ded that the *
President, of the convenio, pa. hi- I. r IRlt-- .ci i ru in itilc undcr tt e treaty of 'i.,-HiIGTO, Jan. 8, 1811.
o ni.iu., :id p siLLCiir, i t'.ih LUi.. -J 'siate ., t:i. i( ...... .'n.'t.e-i i lt.man (M r. Smith M P t TaR.R '
1A.. i.t *dir.i bl) 'c lcitulatd tu g,.,e ,i'h i- o 01 I ad I declali.1d ila tIl States did s ,i'- .-id one of my letters some--
come reception to the Anri-nc.rna .rn'y. If derive i tie under that treaty, and disclaims isit itecold gal-
then resistance should be r.firci .. i, the part: the u.ie 1-.: c-p b. the honorable genilua-, timn e s.nce _.1 ":.. ::r. to sitinthe.cold gal
of the constitutionalists, what is ourr:c rimy to horn i 'V..i.t I -h ill i.-t urndrtAk t:, d. lery of the ",!.e ,. f lfRel.reewinavcs, and that
do ? 'tt., .-rd-ra contain no l' ..: o in this cde which ot the tvw.'o rtiite.e-c i r-rht, if a i set of men .. rL :l i.,ot -l., r', had the
Srtilrnl.', reqi,;i ., ..ad ihd f.ct should be either be, but shall L,.n.enri, :,d humbly LK. privilege of' .ir ; acat. f on the floor of the
.ir :d 0o the ti-'..i ll, r i it ait., but their pect to prove, that both are wr.-. i ,.
ri. ..r n,tents it'.. It .:; should be employed. What isthe nature of the itle set up by house-Ihbi... la:.lv met with another morti-
IUT ei such ..ircjniii '_ iit i s i t. i t..to h-e h i -i:e i-r.nl tr fo, i i V. ,r. rti ? Not under. :ca.tio., .r 1 't li'e seeE il'teld -Ouit 'of{ ti
.ieotete .,ct tnis ,.t ,1 f ,.i et U. cu l li .!h,: ic.-.,, !.e l-i ,. I ni dril cr- d.i: h.' ..up- stoneggalery, that disagreeable place b-it -, ii
resultl in ,;ar ? Isa it not to be c xp.: : d, that i...-s a e to e ist on the ground i-I c-r.!in
either I..: i-.i1 .rd- i,- tr..' ., -. 'i A -i, quaint principles of the co'-mon law, relative .seems, to good for such low fellows as I to
will a ireCint to repel l. i-.1..i..tle hifi r.Ce-. to the dct I ..:l .', r. rid occufiancy rest in. .But to-balance my chagrin, I have
;'ment p- n their nighs --.d ti,,ir ) a I am extremely hapey, sit-r, to find thai hon' had one gratification, and that is the report-
But, 1im, thits ,rL iniai i, n i air. only swar, orbablne e,.th.:,.n n irniI d. c,.:: the. comm n .
hau it I_- ,.f ..-c of legi.tl.i .io i Iu, It annexes law L.u. 1.. n u;,liu r i,..-r, especially 0o1 ers hive been obliged to quit their comfor-ta.
lite ierritior- i, que;r-.ir. to the Orleans terri- *. rCre..t cr ..i. His doctrines certainly ble seats, as well as th- rabble in the r ll-l. i
to,. ; ctw-. governor ,.it enacts laws evi, ti o 'i rn --rci and ingenuity,I and sbewY. You many think that I have been gratified al
,l pron.pi ,rtCatem,..ri- It iiistohe Gv- that he, like nany with whom he acts, has
e in ', th Orl--nr, ienLtt.r,-a th ll authoil- resolutely lost his veneration for the black your expence, for I suppose your reporter
n.te .-.d I, l.cti,. ,s o*, r lithii -'tictul i tir i- letter. What are his doctrines ? Why in the will noa have nothing to send you, and that,
lt.r iiich hrc.p it-..e:s., by -' irue .1 I.is r'ffice first place, lie says, admitting that Spain did of course, you wil lose the money which you
a:. g'-., rn.', aiit matk:,: an )ppi-',priarai ,l':f not cede Florida to France by the tr eaty of you may notbe drivn to the
a sur, ol nm.ioicy not eV.C.di1,,_ tiWtE.t th.:u- St ildephotso, and admitting that Francehadi payhi. That you may note driven tothe
,nd .h ,'lr.... fI .;s r.,Ila.i r ,it 'ii ia. iub' nr- no. 't!e, to.F!oridaen.the 30th of A!, iil, 1803, necessity C.I -u." .ani Irish paper, for wantof
at1i, ite rini Uni'r cd Lis-. -i.-r,, e;:-fit i.a-t it when she ceded Louisiana to the U. States, matter to fill it, I send you a sketch of the
goes much further. The firstsection of the et as Frce has since acquired a tie to the proceedings yesterday, taken neither in sha t
r.tIll nl i',ri:,. ;i] .'r.CS...:.,r rf the terri- crown of Spain and her cokloiies, and as the
tozt ir, ,-,-i ior, t. the Orleaas tsL ri.-.rr-this French Pentpotentiary, when the treaty of no-r long hand, but reported to me by word
'!,- i- '' rV., i. i'-. already d6t.e. Il h: S.- '30th of Apri! 1)03 wasexecuted, did state and of m'uth, by one of the descendents of the
,-C-, i r-'. ,nl o C,,1.r..i t-.: laws of that induce tie Aerncan miiser 'to understand witches that otu forefathers hung at Salem.
,',,ii.- ,'... lthe -.r-.t -'" ,',.' t- ;i in .-/,;i-- a;.Jd ii l that Florida was comprehended
I. .id i .s .. .- '. i'i ,' r-. n'-re ii the cess:on, why the titles, -- France it was some -tine before l could persuade hry
dyi' dce The onl' .ier : C d iff-:,ece in fact had it not when the treat .was signed, ye' to mount her broom-stick, and ride' through
'exinrn.- I cv. pen ..i pr cl. i.s:,,:.n ind this havi g : subsequently, -..- .-~;'- attached o : ii 'ii..rn) h capitl-she was
i.11 i, t:, .t t..e- poclamation contains the fur-, m-the U. States, and Franceis esthed from one ce w
ther-and i,,r. f t provision: for raising the ; i.. *,.' tho.t to the contrary. This ar afraid that Pr.,like her ancestors, might have
t -rn.] ir-e ,-n,c, r.-:'ci ..I.. lfor .carrying. f(TII-ri, i' i-_ every iik ig : ist, That' the her neck put out.ofjoint by some- very pious
it hi,,i 0 C ,. c ut,,r And Ic.- .,r., I will take i- rl.r, ,n, o n the part of the Feernch minis- christians. But I s..i;.fi,:d her on this ;.-.- .,
ih- i;,-itr i.' r m..n.k, 'la: I 1 .. not consider, .e : i'i; h ". m ade i a 1
i I., ,-,ie 1..l.1 ..ie i,.-:ii I ...rI ,A the subject,. ,...i ..._ ., ,o p .I c ',.rary c'.c he by convincing her. thather master had now a
This isa mere enterirLg wtdge.-when C ,r! ..riO. treaty : and lastly ri, it majority in tie world, and when the majority
; -,:,., C ,-,, t ie. r .r..nu,,in id '.. ', .... iF ..,: Ia ..t'-it a go ld' it Ole r toh,- ., 0 r, t are with one thereis nodanger of detection or
tltn. pr .un' 1 l ,.. ,-c .s rv i% i,. -, :i .I I 1 ..f!..r rio iton s. I l'! yield to -
r -.ti -i me ,- r i..rr, ii,,. :c itO -.: '. ,. n : ti.. and grant punishment. She therefore proceeded--But
... r'1 i,,rd i -..aI no.t r. : sur-rised,, as, he seems to desire it, that these represen- when you read tlie silly report which she
if elnre ,he c'.-..e.f .c .- i, ti bill were taiio;-s w".,re made--and what do they prove ? made, you will t:hnk that she is not in the
i.,.o0 i Mi n1.., take possession of East as well Not that the title passed, but that the Frinch
as West Fiorida. minister was too deep for the American 1La- least danger of being hanged for a witch.
Ifthe Presidertt had no pswer under the ip.ipo.cntiaries and 'touse a joc.ev phrase, took PSECET SITTING, .'. ". T Jan 8, 1810.-
constitution to issue this j.1. cl ,i, ';i r,, I think therI in,- Si-, trhe .r." ,' ;c .r ,of slch The gullerics being cleared and the doors
it equally clear he had noo;e under any exiTt- 'a frand would be :..l,i., r, l.; n ia)-'0oan- "
1ing aws of Congres. -I i.- ti te S31st of iol the contract, i',,r.c- r, l.e ,sur would closed Mr. M----- y moved that the
October, 1803, authorizing the Prcsidesnt of be bound upon principles of equity to refund house now resolve itself into commit'e of the
the.United 'ata'es to take possession of an i,,. e. money. h o, ole ton the II innh. i ilh t'- President to
occupy the tcrrltidry ceded h1 Fratoce to the I iti.-:r,, ir, Iam corret in tatming, that in o
United States, by tihe treaty. concluded at Pa- conversations or verbsldeclaranous, however take possession of all that tract of country
ris oin the 4 hi .. f Airil, 1803, I appre- fraudulent, wodld ope-rate to control! or vary south of tvh United Status and north of the
hend e oired on the:lst day of Uctober; 1-04.; the plaia letter and intent of the treaty, as gilph ofi Mexico commonly called East andI
to ., ht-.. i -,dt it was limited by the 16th ,-., ,rit,. .-r tireficeof it, then upon the gen- West F ida. This bill was resorted in
s?c'i.t .i ". .. : foret;-eiing Loui00 iat.a into -ielet't n own acknowledgement no title to Fiu- W est Flo1 lda. [-* b a reported i
to territruries, and providing for the tempo- rida could have passed to the United States fonclase on Saturday, by Mr. M---y from
is-ri .-ve'rnr. -. thereof, passed the 26th day under the treaty of 1803:- For the gent!emair the committee to whvln the subjectt had been
0. f, .ti i,. i. I,. in ii.eui ne ih admitted ila' Florida was "refer-ed.n the T'hrday pcreddiig. The
This section eniacts that the act passed n, i c-. '.o i"'.-, to France by the treat) r ,' d c the pecdi. Th
the 31st day ofOctober, 1803,i in, ..1 n An act of St. ..I .'..-.., and France, it is admitted debate. had commenced .on Saturday and tlhe
to err.i)e the President of the United .tales on all ..ri' hv '," treaty ,-f! 'i -' only cededi house .'i..:i i. '. -lt corning to any deci-
to take posses ion ol the territories ceded by touthi t. ,'. L.. n s, as fully, and iii Soi]. The hiuse resolved into commrntittee of
treatsv co;nc.uded at Paris on the 30th day of the saine a nionter she acquired it f-ona Spain
April, 1803, notd f r the temporar- .govern- by the :r ..*. I t lt I& oso ; ntort si-, caiI I ihe svbhole o the bi 'i Mp ''1 I i' in i. t' t i'
menEt the.of,' shall continue in frirce until -aid mit i I .. e has acquired a legtita to Mr. M----iva. Q iiiosed to the bill, as it was
the 1st day oi Oct 1804, any thing .therein to 'title t ,'- ,e '. .r, i..-h.'oionies fASpasii, 'which evident it would produce a war with Great
the c.,r.rary .. ,,..r.iir- ; on which said uiist I .. b.,- t b i 1:. the ... ". t. i n ci n a-
first d sy of October, this'ce shall commence, -ail .iiv ,,. ,it I..s ar;..,n ,.. w hat, Mr. Britain, and be wished to have the country
and have iull force,.and shall continue in Presiden, is in i .,,... I 't \wrsit kept out ofa war as long as possible.> Not
force for rtd during the term of (mie year, and ',- 1 ,..,. i /fid for a fair mtnd (ail coishi.- but that he belit'vcd we should finally be driv-
to the end t. oi irC ext session of Cogrcss, r:.- I 1 sir but bh thems'abo.miable
which i;e-y happen .hereafter." Let it be pefid, co-rupio and durss f ich the entothis last resort. Hehadbeen of.:.'l. ,,n-
recollec.ed that at the ume this last mention- ti 1-'. -if history furnish an ex:.mple. Was ever si-ce the allair o0 the Chesepealke that
e. act pasrsd, lie President had fulfiled his ,i r,. ooy al family decked by artifice front we -sh. id ave to 51i-.'. at hist. But he'
peters, ttdtier the act of tihe 31st 'f Octuiber, Madrid, 't, I n.. 1-1ir "V \\ .t'..., o. itt thought the present hniut tole wort tthat could
1803, so fr as it respected the taking posses- arch compelled to resign his crown to FTtrdi- -
it:.n ofLeuisiana. Possession had been ac,.u- natd the 7th, and was not that Prince a pri- bs c:i'ched upon to commence a war, and this
e.!y and formally delivered, and the st ck s'netr of t, .r,.,|,ar ; and, whil- in this condi mode of beginning it the very worst we could
:n Sated ;-id trianstferrvd to the French govern- ion, and, fi>r ini.Sht ..i e L,- ihe bayonet at have hit upiot .
RBa it, .-. to thIe s.itiuatinas qf the trea- his breast, or the curt to his lips, cbnstrained
y. Besi,!e-s thf: very ttat-t .it, 'ic.;,:, of to rt .1. ..i... .... to theEmoeror cfFr: inee ? Mr. V---- was also opposed tro the
he et nof tthe 2(ith March, :;. .... rit ,t the Sir, ..--rt .. ritle is this ? Upon the e- bill,-He was satisfied it would lead to a war
ta; ess limitation, souperceded the act of the ternal principles of justice, upon the prince and a war in which we shouldbe sure tocoute
11si

'o f .-n .end be Th.e pip'e wolul! t .comae F 'a-m tv:e ,'.',' ,,. ',a -etgster.
'.tatd,.t st s tte t ituiies'-i .taid the .'. ..;.a. 1 x. at o f .. ... ,,'.M. Ca diz; da-te -
'silrd.le:tveC tet.tO ct to *tr'. o a oa.y '
S. -- ,. v. t e vii Ly
advt .t. Age .- i. : -.. i cot re t a ,;.. .: r.i n .t ai 5,a i'dCtd
thel .i '.: indeed c ,.:': s-. 1 ,i t ,, .. -' : th. It a v t !r.'-..i hte.
fo r atm .a d t -.. .I i* I ,. C erd -u i-!re a
Sn n 'i t. T ny i .4 5ai ri t,
could Lave '. ,'.: W a -. a. .. . i ', I .i'da, .1.-:,, ,;.... t i eie.4y
tichfe L ." e ..-r t .' .i ..i 7.ru..I, .. et 'n, ti a S
tof til k, of 'i i for a ..n,. to, : i-. l. .l ... .o-n i "c
whizh we e ..ve ;:-:. :; tie, a d '' t .I 'n:
bic t ,ve ". ,:,. ., s ir ,, c-, o.'lt e fi id& d f battle. i he~ ,i i .... .. .
c. l ... ,.t,.,: .1'. C.27 1 tiL t, ,. i, bowf ;i,-
: it is ; i whether it u i :I-I t,c a i-_.. I ..' ... Le-ErenctiPPr .vi;.e Oi io tutitt.l
cur rather '. nelrt i t La-' c -a, J -.
to m Lke. ,:.r -.:- ,n,- :an. olje a.fer I /r,.. :...
ha.eo r ,aT rl :er ,r -- .'a--.- re!al c uses of war, the c ...r -!i, i .. i,-
i '.:.L.J. '* .' I t..., or',* i o, b o n; .. :tt ,n, I .. U .it N o.'. at
b! J "V O f a t i 'h
but the cap. : ee hac .
M r ,- I ., L 1 to the p ; ,,,i ,' i..r o-trs were n.-
h:'. ; not but. ,I .t ha .., l .. t ..: ineasutre i* I ,
which the bill embraced a wise. .p.eiplitic forcapt. N ti sailed, oc.
i a w pi- ti c.., : .. t- *. r. ,rilved. at Litrsomn t tiat .'asuii ..t
to ; if--ifit coiutd be carried in'o c., ,.. 'i i ; r.is qiir'wrs a i -
witho ts wasr. He .... for the bill and i. -1 ni .i:, .- i '... i i
giveit me ..'.-rt.. .u,,;,,.iir h 'f I > '.i t.n e, V i.; ..... r i .n... ; .- :. .
give 1 -ne.. l'O f lic tv li za e


th r e pi lt. -II ,.,. of the ,r..: i .--
p.r'i '. ...-' i.- .l iu.-i, wou d not'. i .' i- '

O .. i .li.- th i u : .; i ll .
Ca'i CT C' ,' t;'' t' ihe.I.:-i 'p i: in i.i'e ,,':i.. ,,
Ca .r -.: W v ll o i i' .- r -4' ii ;. i '' I. ''
Uii,,.i ".r ', 1iinn ir .ii 'tl i ir: ri' ,-e ,,n, ;- '.i r ii

esrped ..: ,--. -s ..? .-.:
would be unpopular a. w: in-u,' for I... :-
ry reason vote. o .i .A "
.IMr. J---in aS in I.l ur ti Ir li' ut, t.t he.
h uii i ;'. -, iih-'l I. -n 'i better if Canada
ha. li,-n .nl'. d .--.i wished of aill things to
h s C r. iJ t ;. ., .'r"...' "- .r'.-- .. Ar.-. d t..-
v-i :. ai-.i the .',ta le of a r.ai.,n while
C. 'ric i ih p.. *iu'r f thI uiglkish.-- IJ
in fact -*,:-m .l ., forget that .i;: l-ill ri-,;atre .
hentldd the southern countries cnly, for the
.grenter I.',t :: ,,'-:ech L situated north.
of the fortieth degree of i.-'m-i. 1i Pi 'i .
Mr F-kI, Who closed the debate on Mon-
day, w '.a fr it'L.lii.g immediate possession of
Canada, '.e :p. .i. .1 t. wautt r. ..: .,ut i
GC n -ral'i- coriinii, -. n t put him in posses-
sion of Quebec in less than eight and forty'
hours.
After Mr. P stk hEid closed, the lose ad-
journed wi 'hiniii in_.i ,-, tho d-oors, the meret
bers therefore ought to. have had ,i b.bi
over them to o' e'"eit Ih:.rn fCi., quit',ig the
datp vault in which they h d b volunt-rily en-
tombed tliemnselves. They however came cut
through the windows I suppose, as the y.
could not like mty witch; g% through a stone.
w all :" -: ...
Thiis lday the house ep'sned with the doors
hbut-.-'have kept Mrn;. Hiecate all day or.
her broom-stick--She has just returned to
me singiig.
Double.Double, boil and trouble'
Fire burn and cauldron buhbile "
Fi-om this I am s3:isfied that 'there has
been warmp work over the with pot this day.
I may probably give you her report t-'.-% ".
row. At present yru will have no occasion,
tn believe me a wizard, obut your ow.n dear
brother. JON U 7HAN.

The Rope Walk at Corlaers.-fHook, belonri-
iig to Mr. Schemerhuorn, tcok fire about
I o'clock this mo ning, and .burrjed toi the
ground. We have not 1-.arned how ther fire
originated, or what amount of property was
destroyed.

We understand thatthe 'U-'S figtte J'ha Ad-
ams is under orders to sail for Fr'arce and F f-.
laisd with despatches-Atid that the brig Argus,
capt Lawrence, n'w getting ready for foreign ser-
vine, is t.o take out Mr. Irving, the new appoint-
ed Minister to the court of De'nr ark.

FROM OU? C0PRESPONDENT.
TWashingron, owise of R'ebpresentatives,.
Tuesday, i7anv 8,18t11
Both houses have this day blaen in secret
session---an *' u*'r. ,it took plct T -.fier 4
o'clock, but nothing of the business un der con-
sideralicr. has transpired.

FROM OUR COL : i ;P..)N.ND.NT.
Office Ba,'thmore FeJeral_ Republican,
ny uary 9, 1811.
Lisbon news.-The Iondon Packet brings
nothing satisfactory relative to the armies. It
wtis merely rumoured, that on his retreat Masse-
na was joined by reinforcements. Flour was 19
dollars anid rising.
Extract f a letter f om .Liibon, 'date:' 5th. of De-
ceosber, received,r r the London Packet.
Massena's army has taken up a strong possi
tion oti the plains of Santai;em aind Thbomar, s
bout 15 o0 16 leagues orim Lishbn, fx consisting"
of about 45,000 men, The asllles amount to more
than double that number, and I have ,h-ard it
said by English officers, that it is impossible ct.i
him to get out of Portugal. Sil 'era's army is
in his rear, and i- I inI. hIi.. sight of him in
port and 'all communication with the hiterlor
cutoff. The rotids are rendered i.:. pi;,L.!e for
either man or Least. The allies ,re r...' i,-r rt
inforcnmeint daily of British arid Spanilh troops,
,'ii'-. ri L' French are losing as fast by sickness
and de ert'ion."

The rimour of thee diefatof Massena, and th
destruction of 13 French villages, sent us ycster-c
day by our tPhiladelphia corresponior t, it will be
seeal by the following letter, is in part confirntied.


u kI i ncl e s r(i
i ri .. ; rh t o'r... .... '- n to t .e Fre rim.

7- I -. m l, i ,nt .S it thll3 -
I '" ir. l. i '. l:. ll .
, ; ,, 7 ,' r" r'-umii t'-Ld ,. lI > i. ,),; ... O t h l i' "; -
i i r i -- in eIga e-
,. i--s. .:,, 't.:,l-,-i- ,, O pini- ,s


u r... t ,n'. .l ,'", i r i,J ,1 .,t. ".
I "' i i per h(srrl, rari, corn tvo


NoiRiroa.. J n. .
S 'i t r.'iv ari el hY r 2 ,, i ip L r,
C.tasi'nn.,' C frpr.rn ]i ,pir.la i, 'I 'j ; 1,'sh ,'ti).-
r.'i- re i p i,, i ''.t j, i .i-i ;,,.: '., i. vini-'
;. r. -rica 'y 200 :n .... rL6. .

Two Boston Mails were due when. this pa-
rer went topress '

MIARRI
On I' .l.i s. ;' -. -. 9- i' R- l,- Rev.e
'D r i L .' t. D. :. ., .Esq.
'to ?2i.. i I .; M, J t :. is city.


CREDITOR! :1 T .;T ICy.
?'"' I. t ,I '.- i 1'. I ]'.n l ,rne -ini., i,' -r l

.1 s .. :, r ,,t, ,
,,r r. tof .. nr ; -. ; :,-., -v. f-.,r
the b nefit ,i -i..> n .;. '., j. ,- n. il'!.
of'the state N .. '., .
of ersa iis i'ni 'jri. -l .. he.
iltl "..: S- lIa.'e r'.i,,r,',.i .'- -- -- !irt o.
t "TuL:.. P .t : ? r
,n nFr I W., -i a-nid Couinty .i '' ue*Tdwv theS29d
day of January next, at 1" o0'c.'Ch .I hL th- f- rinoon,
to hear .iha ; .- .. : ; oJ
liberation t,.-i, c-.nti.- .-.;'r ,h- .- ._ t)a ,
' ', ,^ ; ,, ,

-7. .rr- uh Coal, Dec. 1'. I.

.. '- ... .' f. 2 .,, ', ". /.
"i 'Hi day is puiii-. hed by R. SAR-
GEIA.NT, 86 Br oadwtay, opposite Trinity
Church, number' 3, for Juitiary, iS11, of,
THuI AMBIL5CAIS
iMEDICL__ A.ND Plt 'HICAL
I R2 .' ii ..1 ',
Or, .nAumnls if A'l-.:'.tc;: .c'. r.-' History
.Ig-riccitu-re, ', i/te Sc rts:
Conducted by a Society of Geaitl.emea.
t' i1t i v:." 0--


Colden, a .c a m nt tO r. i ..i .-;. -. ert
Engrvieng) ... .
2 An :account ofthe '. i"ir '.t and 'Diseses of
Niew-Yortk. .B Dr. C Coleti : .
3 h'i-er:--i'i n -s on the r : -- *j. '.-,:' ; l-.1l
in th l e- Yorkdi. !it --. '

i i i' ,rs on d a e .-, r i eI h y
5 i tn.; hl i' -, .I *.h, ,. ;,I -i,, V irginia
a I, TI n'- .,, i h observations on the forma-
t...... .. _- By ColoCel J. Wiiiams,
'. A, P. S &c
6 An account of ;''- i.' .i- t 1 i.) : i,' Di
al'etu :.ts t '. tt. i u *.
7 0 ,s. in nd 1,iar ]in tli h h 11 i,., I r.lni. f .i'mer-
c ','yin Typhra ,'.in.. t r .....- -i it,-. .1 the
I r...c ri':.rn- B5 D.- E vI. U '1 ;.'.'L ,It
i C".t.-.Ct lii- se.hi-tri the origiin ofE .rdem-
ic Feve-s-By a serious Enquirer .
9 Observations op the Commerce of New-York
-.By Mercator
10 Additional Ob:.-rvatlons on f',r igble Ca-
nals-By an Observer
Ri-U' i t'.
1 Facts and ObQ r-.at,-il of the College of
Physicians ..l i!Il j.'pi-
Addll.ior-.i c .t_ '- .r..J OC '. r ....r.i of the Col.
lege of Physicians
2 ., i'r. ',. : .,'I Dissertation on Stone in the
Bladder-By H. U. Onderdopik, A. M.*. (WVji
an Engravingg)
n T:..: .- Dissertation on the White Osyde
of r.r'. t..i -;.' S, W. Moore, A. B.
LOMASI'IC .iNT' LLIGE'CE.
Letter from C.'D. Coldea, Esq. concermnin' an
original paper of Sir Isaac Newtotn
1-eitoter o."' I:-. ..: Ne.wton
Notice ot ir. '',. Currie's intended work.
Cric,,nn's Lecttures of natural I i '.f, i-.
TI r I.I -
'"':.. r : ..i. -n the Weather and Disteases of
it, i.' :. ::,. York, for October, November,
and December, '18'0.
Notice to Correapondents.
i E SARG1 AN'T, proposes shortly to put to
press, THE EDINBUGIl Ain'nUAL' REl..
GISTiR, t.o commence with Vol 1, -'rt 1, far
..' ', itc Historicil Deparvtmenit-
e.-:.,c '. _. -l,-.i in :'ar'!iament,,&c.
Vol 1., Part 2,, ari ^ Chro' i-
cle of Ratnarkable :. ..-- '. .1, .- of 1 e.
mark-l.be and rminent Persins-)tiistoryof List-
erature, 'F.:n :'.- and DomeDtnic- history 'of c-
entie'-~story otheFine Aorta, comnfirarel.id'ng
., ,." .. .':.- Musio,,and th:e Drama-,
-i i '. 1;' i.- : i-. Art,;-Commer:i,.i 1 i a.,
cial, i .c 'T al ies.
O P. ,,, O P "0CATIlN.
The work shal he re-ppinted page fi.r ps.g'..
from the r7 ', ,.- r,' ,: lition, 'on a gaos.d a t,'
r 8 v-o. .: -.
: .' i e' tch. Thepric, i .*: .
he two voinmc.es neasl'iy done up a 'ot:. ,is, ";i
.e five dotrV, pysible I o M delivey To n, .,i,
-ribers.sis dollar. Jcn9 i"-:-~g







*Hh rP's3 ?77 ER'EA', Jo'n SBnn, '; 'Te -= Tote' Hoanoi-LA hejis--cs c EAD S LT--A deiole i a
F fac L-f ?LE0 P7L' t DS i L Df7 "c-tle-o;n, i si ou t "e'do Suproemep e ,Cooute f Judicature of' e P :', .Vt P.E.]S ; I *r.A. S ,c ;,CZV' .01 ;i c'i '
r- ., r "h:. -'.,-!."a a ;d C '..'2 pt,ti'. i a.'tI State of Ne--Y' rk, .Shfe -;,cie, an.d Mar- st-t.t of e isr-Ylift A- s lE C e re-p ful i or s i a ..h..rt fr tc th c
erM r shove 'n. l i ,'d Ce .thi, his w- a lb a b ,'.i. de:.-co e-r rt- e Pet on y sn rs th tn co:.e,,en .: im !:rt i ; :.., ofir a ,. e.;1 t.:,. ...
I S v.duA o no-at' .onat ta 1 gg% hbemimg di .e 0 A Q ay f 6ay, -n the th t own o M out Plesan.in t uuity ZN her.o i t c ac:m 0 o F hi T:.. .m .
: -0 0 ,:a w i -'. 'su! E i l- "e y'iT ho::t fnu' L or' nancth .. .,- de- ed' n c. es-t- Cheweru f i M-t' 'n wi'o -is .ho.... ..:O
o ,o rd:0, : "E s:F ,'g the ., : a 0rcr U.^:Y;.:u"ws:n-h=:d t,:ntio, r ;^ ^r:.;'i ca ::'!F:. .n n:R:nd son ]) U=h g

w, tW' t ..' o. o" Ahl i1' yrour _re Mhrner, wl-wb*t.ce Nofresie i no1y, "V "7 1 .
u L iao -PZnC rhec -' b--c'he f .naf tlZ cl;ic Edmc o clu' ltonert h e 5ri e1. 1 0 ''he 'i:ss eb p,'n i 'n 'ic



l o .v.P, ,,'0 .s 'itl i .- ,ri' f t-'- i' : .id 0 CCU 't i 0fi e .. -.. n ,' f i''c sxa 'iCV, ".td ,. nod.i, tnit 'P i 4- ''in;;..-_bin f-cl, -i: .,f "n i' ., ,: i; .....c,.
"fa .r, Fe.. ", .. .heh t ppc.i- H .crok.heron, tat of th own of N r -0-!> n ? nreswic of ouce at .ANressd.K tn ;a [ ,the cy aided. Th irl rus ,a T e u r ac ;a,'c .i 'O ,"5."



1 .' y i ea; .. p ae of .- u -u, -try. In nr.an -, ^ ", se a' d t .h:ir 13e ,rs and as o ly ch>l^ .n d, hc s a t i :w oT Joh-. Bc nnett .r;, ucted in every v.iri et' c.f chape snu i ab, tr, a -l K <;2, .-b t -7 ^ '; 'i : '-i -"'b c*;?
Crri.. has. b. r' ,t,; as t;e Ust e .. ail tht; cenPin 1 .?,: .m se n d Pceawic u } oin tPlen a sa mover,,l, de{ ctsel of1pteree an .pl chiehtoe toas il pcn -fh-o i c tc a iait 1 ) i ,e- 5.-... : ;:'
cAN =st-llcto:IWri'cn Ii--or CI






i 'it, and proved efifc.d I hen 1- oher i '.-e, r d e a, .r d'stown sa d are s c lsd in fe s r.nle a tenants body and the proprietor tr .itrs ba fi1' i t .;T i hl e .
i i.; n- h -av ei T he co s-i; t ion is .iiore : :",, oot l the w es s i 'e f o -'- on. sup'ri' uiL-t' o -il b ii '- n ;s.p ;l t tA -i: aC t retu rnal a* n i,'ot s si 1 '7 '"in
v -:o v ve't-ahe, and if tmkZ: greaable to rad i diom the New BlRzit- g t >-- *o m- e r->i ra - -l t c. --- ter:-on- A Ue ;;ii im:wc-nirts 0-nie ') late- '[ -, '',.
St..i uo s aro,1 ac- n i. g epch c k', N at LUAU. j, ...o W, a 'd is -. r l n a bo Pcd as lp ica of io ie een o a .:ed, e t e e li c. .n a' t
ehfclly sifo foar A ... I ac.-s'n' 'y a-l in- no o: beginnin t a certain ''. cherry tree >, l'c-lc m nts an nts reami re situ 'C, lyg ti, s ,Z ": pt t'y -? i,.e who h'e "1* il, 0.-'.':
is'credi, i )hou nds w"o in thj m' -nii-g of by Vincnt Bai. e's b cksr.ihs s'op, a ndruni A n own o oun ieas i e ap in d in thirife appnii ti)s o or i ,'"i be si v '-
oi'e, arc fito n' vic ns to f rin:ni c c.m m- nin' froi e Q -.' a si Boc' line's line north b ed C '- ada uncd as-.. s t ites t ylat any "Cua lnt y will be frri.A L c' a a nF i i .n' '
-nts, 'ght be sathd orS an o n o def west, n ch an di w o wot T ,hef ,rst on r" eby t hl shri n twice, on he m t t
-o ('ta 1.mhaQ s ios.,law A A nt fi o... 'K hogal th.. w t nine co a no d 'e,- as e l'- r dtoe ,-n o n ,ptnir .e m -- ni t t l a Jt_-,t .,i-








t cly grave -- [Th- tshcriker is av e a ,r, to & the land of John Tyhen, junr. of a' Van Wart CorLe lios Lamobert, anti i- by .pplyin -to Mesn Hib & to-,e, dr,,i;to e- --- -..-.
4i th honest p rivad ies of CI td whell ;-o Ier ..,i Tyen's line ncrth cigtdea c'ad e e westerly by the land of Jamenas L. ts 1loy Pe atl street. N w-York, Mr. Jlii Y. .
formed an d int i lget eo-n, a.-ainst Ai coIo five ij nt and east, eight cbiips nt i a n s t eLiruir e oinp-.b, t: ub i OT Ce -A~ ,,r -
o -i ve -e se and if unk Wn aC hd.n a a sii nk tonsn a ed road l .t. L nd t nne on r- b y a on ,t l aib e so opriet-' irie ot ofib-- pat nt r i' 4 1 a- o f r
which bar' ns acoa 'c Taid each as ite ns to the sadis r cot. as Men eti n o y i 'a vrod er-traet, N. er IA l S F Gl r-c'- r, Ni!r m-" "i-'f r..
co fi'ence I's uno hi ednl. bd mues .o i- o .. n, n-' :'-. e a r- '. h.ry tme ore or iv c, tae the te now st ds t- ob len'._ead mvd ri erse t hae..._ ,vLe .nd A cti t. : ; .
specd y and !t health di idAa. sacred l A A a 1be i M saiae m o..s. An-I wh.n t ," th round o hii'e a- i r )l nmisea. The sacon i' ce or a ennn ofnei K I v t am .
y ipered stores nd pr -co ill th, d m rnipy g k.ofa byiV nen m in bacymeiwt o the n -owm P"celielan t oni, b o unided s f Peasa, v i. beg T IC is herby given, that a we o a&b eCde to i l'.u.:p ;e




dr a bd oh r 5u'h f ierintent o0 1 is 0 n t ie, ,. h a s (e wh -T fii' at a ,c'ri.ii' apps e tree standisrg on th c'ast -- 1 Attchinrissmenta oI t oi' jh :r.i''r Cott u>p ps oi. i '--: f 0 ve -ivE .'<
his : ha s no di iti e rIti ) nu e .- m in tia" g said Po-'ta'- p iises hove becoinen or- s" sie o i' poats t irn t nt soti ei-ity Aine of Common Pleas of the C' ut y uro oe L i t, runts, aun :.L -to -achi iN-r -, y, -
bh!- ti;i;i!-5ei, ana --ndtclalier! oooi!.l h e iied-- Uw ut ritori i,b!rc notice is h areby re- its, cat ilhy chairs and iiyty three hilk s tate ofN New Jersey, at the Slit oi R1 bt ii.: i' i-ur. --d v. i,.w 0 t,';,'h i'b>eand
5b tiSo awAre sf the ePan ion of dn ra-ce -gi; K -'t p -uasr t.t i a -v. cuottina d in t!e t-t ear a Icrtt x Ii tbence no0-t tbhtc de- bee, against the rights anti credit. rt, ,n- e3, er Vto K'at .bi,- sh, ; i ,- ; -t ( ail-tc'
p -. nt' to cocitni .t hi. whd. nor'- ?, si t .a-:.iv ," "dmorte a'n w tnd e rch ig to d etthe g' ea, '- w fli t onams nd s.ty seven h in.s to a fects, goods and chattnes, r anmt and towe. erts, tcU-ive a :c-r-ot t .'-i.'
xoi'lh-tudidn the a.iinn )i icr.';.s of .a!,i'i .' suc -i cas a m\."^-" .-i' p.vtided, tI ;i 5 tie ak ind hap fI l !ito.;s,' hence south -... of Thomoas H Grifilli, an absent dt bieor, in a v-"i be entr -: a-ite
tdi e s f he -,s of sb:acl a s a the in- '"i,.' ',, -ri; to the land of J ne riss w l ,' -t a .ins nd frty lis to a pia n ofirespast on te case upon pr iscs, f aet w be sild.
I:omed afd i no Ut e, lainst ALT ,' :- .11 i ,,, five miut..eas es auhlintand V'.ilciam Ladsthu1-e,a'n VieItt iti es an c at southe ixTi:!nn ddo l k lar-a ,r s ab !;"totlo nt i- raif)' ="An 'r o .n' n





mic;i; ne of wh ed M us.iy pn is knotibed, and bH.' d t ',l;i s to sa. d road .rymi.. es n ma, keE ncads of Albet:'.nhe east s 'i am Authe rasx t le.re st do lars, re piurab l;Ne to e s- iterm of An N : :'n,. } ''r i





l- i.c.,ta.taai: g t;e ie0 .. 1 i'io of. .)- -,'.>slE- *i., -d d ropld1 tnext, ntttlwc nsl road, thgceiouth tiiree degree.t, ist six Api'il, 1i 809, hath been or y a-er d and iettton.ed FRAS. n DAi'mt.vl a ,- '-, .
iii t !s rches of iia -. e; ;.i t'r thde o ck in Ithe d-.,v.,a \ d,. r chains and < abrty lins to the place of beginning, by tie sheriff of tie said cu rt, and i now pend- jun A 2 'iaw ..

iof ide : chi',s c-.. d > t he l -u -: s -. : t I' l,,it., titon et.. n in thive lot, begimrnilg it r oliafod e a lfesad bar ,. aid iom oas n Griffin sh appear, gio special bU ,-TlC- in r. o
,o ride n a ,e t 's ao o veb x '-.. s, id indent of m o, l ; . w ith the l lte ce soot:'. o r v I s the 'elce now sta ds a- f .ceyea ldec... .. ... ...d"t I t-, i al:t C iAtr
cb et, a v dA c.en t th w w 0 i w w a :nnth i co st a n as- o f a t e t sih Tht e slre n p e-al: t t t 'e I b e nrn W e te c-T .s w, i olAv e s t A'-e
stor a.'d t -eI l tovenciastd-'tw en y iTktyence nsm. ten.ch. iisy cordinanti to tlihform .. .* i' v n si-ch ca -t, c rTr-J sey, t f mt t- s it of Jaitse
1n't'O f' (t*,s ) -s-w -a 1a 10i tli r t 1.h i n th taid I-Cu tigrcas to tito the place of ''. c>,otsia- isde ond provided e -Ud-- d ju .e j 1810 Oatk-t d Co-i .0i d A,. ;'s-!- ag>ah t ihe
ERTIFICATES t dtntuc h. D'- --D ad Rlic''u e, in i p t*hr'etourtls 'fanacc be thesami-' m or r SAMUEL SWAN .Clk. r;[ AN and 1 d1i/ i )i a roa s'New r or1, D-emnthr 8ts 1809. (' ess.>.a Thahird of caido yts is bounded taf.-l!aws RicsAn STOCKT N, aty. ietels, sli tnS t{d tel.tlels, obf etinc.north
I George iidcnter, of this city, tr it a et, iobet 3t Ii nCRO" ERON ni. !**" 'ne at a stake m i slke n.i standingen Ihe Ju'se l3 Jci 1 Iae c ig y sin Kb.r it el*otoi, r. a p of 'spt ss
0. '50, vi;r'fyo' d dcl.c upo\i c ry thiny t, A'614- ': P'tAi L,' e;ast .. I 'potroad, theb ace norst tii--ee de- o -R* A AC HM" u the case for f':u t.;f it;!-i!rC isS'flra t return -
tat is sacred (as finoutds '- tcs .fy to o th .i HC .s Mc'. 0rees west fire chain, to the san d Nf the aidt -- tt ICe.--tn tti cedi t.- f n'th i-,e' i i t. t!e -e n .. tI-c S 18 :, ai t been d. y
at)it ahor as erendi ys pa, t. vbwaa he -b, d and- so 'lnehus Lam-rert, thgnc south eighty three of -m ofaved alt td r -n- d ci" i Mni .hfcutsaid cou:,-,
ati::rldwi llh a aft-cfion aiilt el'nogsj,'d-.;itrouoh- L .* Any- 7 w t, degreess andan s lof, east nine chains an0 1 ;ilcer f he court o1 .-; n Pia., or t- ty ; ard .si ili said Wi-ukworth -hti
t colder season of every year been ,:cis inks alon the adsf th i rt to a cuty of pe-May, e rsy, t t hi appe ; ,i spcfa '!, : .ec acct-
wtolh aosvre andso host icessl-icta r oug'b- i, ad a ,e-t by \ a ee tohence soot h th"Ee decrees. csast thrie hv einmes Le., rinst tha rithhts rhd c i te rdti o : 1 t suit o h ..e pSi i pf "d t.eni t
tisc a. l t.o. laa eqal .i.is trcieot t' .ug t Mu- ,A : a,: BOOKSt. c chains and forty three likst a Ea .eap of stones, o uties e.nd effct s, ao .s u ind chattels, lid, acil ,.e' r:,tr. iv-',-st tI-e d i -t

cIs slterns.... ,' .i tie hot i.sea.ri o i rIN J T ra Painat my of Ej'pin.Co dal Churc thence south eara ihty aine degrees, west eight ne-l ee nshrents of Sarah a .iow, 3 iithony e- 'I'. i tlteK,'esti, sataiach ; iji boe sld ac-
of very yt o .i .- i, .. '.i Sn somewhat alds- rAi P.d s'iyer looks, w a'l h the nd a itional Hymns, chains nid sorty links to the place of- beh in.int '. 't. Joseph Horsefiel'd and ElizaiMth his aw. iew Brn .w' rI'I h 24, 1"-0
todi, until ii, .'Ii'i A mitinuod uortil the "' i i-'d,,ind. brting-" fi'n s f ily Bibles. containing three acres, be e sam' r o m oi r ti-*is Josi'!.ic Pilsmore, "and Joseph W oi l. ai b. a-l .a- .. .P. lo -ARiE, Cseroi
w i anth of .g .. I im, ,ted severity at l a'e., Ge maOkG. J ANieN, tess, a ,. k andhar th allsand singular, the i s ofsu- s i.t d z Grifish, in apaheea. of dchti fie ho ad
iea'ct si bl : '. %s of .. t .1 i;..- No, 15 Ch,.ttiai i trei-t, opposite the ages, etn is hredi tm estnats, ando proeiisfes, d t'l. f, 're IurIneabt a to i y trnm Iast, i i- ac tt i ,b '
toed '*o to do for fon days wili h .'- i *' ..-. sr't 1 Nc tork -YFoen So.(o with 'villa -' -t thertc'.is o belonging, or I) 'eu'rne;od b" ho Sheo ifi of *;id c,.,-...- -j. 1 LI tAM I O.
cent until y my lifed s udsp"a-i d ofs'' by i wo min -a i ,y ,diste sp ehtainig. Antd your peltiion" r GNt i: unil stid nndW:ts sh-ac Georsg t-W ired dollars, rturd j (;in ".; 0pnation tok
r 10 ahs :i.0 g the we al mloar nOf'- tnutday,diniiid,.dmyat eacAPBntnext, w ,ist-road,-thence'o'h'threedegree.,"aL-Ax-Apr IN%-t9Ibathobeen'dutyIser ,d a m..!soos ,, y-





















I.cyt ysicians of t his city, atle .gtl was indut BY AU, HOi :(TY OF THa STATE tF ru-ich r sh'enand that nmst, and eachyijj of the a stci t c, oad cc.ivt t ecaran ion ;e eo -.. sdm :a rs law

S irecoiN ndedforafections oi wtie in' ,'l3 ar.od to -, l \ geniont i d, ar ec special,. seizedsof !i oand 'on th icih, atSiid i ; st-- n 'iow t ,'-r I 'il L- 'di dthc .ai..... ., e. f d.isT...i.-is-.
thi vailuablc medi..:!i0e I -.aii sincrely sy'. I WiLMiNGTON 1COLLKG.3 GRANDr LOT- gular, tlI .andiJd hl-, t:in ".4Gts afl litredit- t Ai. C --- 1ror'-l is on-rd
think I owe my lift ; f ortv -' doses clickedt-.e ments ac'i l<' sd, of an odl uidividtd JO; ic onaE I Vt TI J' .y l d bI tote Court, tit til c&h edne'.'- s anU othi- s ha-_
bleeding, and atfew c-.k..s of it t-, tore d me to S"C3 N1) CLA-S :'c'i'l part,',r )atti i ti.i'1ro A. And your pdetuion- 'as i gg. rtI; ; ht a er--- tc a.n ." g4.'d;ands8p'.;ilEt --,i.* n"*n'-'o., U;- ors, do f--
the enjoy antof aveps ni'sui l degree of bodily 00 ., R e' firher so ev..i th at t.e said ,:ary Pres. s.. n e t re'eive t d t.w : .. .ib the sal o r .iU e oti t! i' f -.C',n'
5esalolo, and I have continued so to this daym. I wick-, John lH nett Preswic i, Edtn'id Prts- At;!rant n's been he outthe in e v, eid teeitit i dreit o, d hn.e been thus particular In wi ting t hat th. e piub- oA gaind 'c 6 t p- cihse f one Tichke val ic, and .i.izabeti Pres Uicp, siv'r ly ini- .i 'C.tP oi ctit..'Oie pl-c in and f barred ii timiisi --m c --' .'iti(;,i,(isti(ra
"1e may ie indo ced to try mthe -. ble a Medicine for f .....o.r -- .. 1 ich i is pce 1 sti it ct-U0 is 10,000 And your t,, -' in n i o h' to.t ie is I* l' on ii i'me u ot- pI mi(5', i,'' th ti-, o,- the n-iw liii ii s tIC-
cibed ty ... ds o vi a pmci, ion mv, oehnaarln2an 0 t oAafi dtnipI, a; rll(i su it o0 i S," n slate, a1n i of e of th'a noirt ile M i t t ,' -
e- ?wrk.-"lo nu ary i" 1810. 2 a: 5'0 .. said landc, teidin tm nt, chd hecredlsiamt, -.n lin ft a m e a mend r t ai i A-- c ajui A o iie i, ri, f .Y f r
Few 1 en in community l..;e agi o o iatc r con- 'UJO 5,i00 iQ !'-ppis-titnnioiica. moi t'i severtI p:!rt ;. :* ; a n. s ( : previoeIss to the Sl s. d- y of J ; !
ftempt i.nostrumis iii aeni l ta.i myself. Pa. 2 of t,'-i : un dr'ed tickets each t3,t00 fores:.id, t 'r- h-- to thei r respt-c'i rith s Je'f.' J .s'f O bK-S I hbstt: r. hundredd and eS.-vr;i. k r
;...ot MIcd Iicine, andt catch-penny iadh me thave 6 he e. W ofan )et, ioner thyes,itr ,w Se. e ao o the sAM -iUE L, is : W lC ; A truecopy irom the M i.ut o
1 s5na:onymoust -0 3:U :, 0 -o an" sion ai r, ki adores ta yain, en-mt, we i ,3o A ) e .i- i of' --tT-
a,i coitii'aineds o.; d 'eve", to rcreirl thioese .A ,; 1, ) l C and -'.t -'e poit.'.iu-nis, 5iih ti n ri t ',, im-a' i.'e -r, 'i;; '' dit. i :dn-. i- ovs:i- Jirne 27 1
-set.iments as roes ect r. V e be s o pii- and';ppure ci' s, ; t....'u;ii'tDfiia .. ane r, mit li'- -5 '._t .i i .it. n b e'tn -ale
D.rterg-en t, the effects of svhich I h -eae recet ly 40 -' 800. iog or a|;'e."t'i-,i :, tybe divided be co i '--i a i'i.t n a ,t tae i; i > r ; n i i b i. i s ,
itnaissaed. A yonUlg I ly ilea mOi iaO i bi i usha 'd 100 10 0(.! -0 11io to b; appointed by t hi si Cor, in pursu- TCor a 5-l c tet; 1G' li. s pr di a .' o c* i A I i.y being ftal .
two pipers, Thave (a -e ason to beAlieryve is' ef-ctu al 3- 16, c n.; coi 'n e sr I n cts of 1h Leh:;tr' t tiello be scow l of Crme s .l aor ...-.. ad y his C c".stitu-
iy cun 'd of tt ab r'nin Pt i c comS -.:at, ---- S.ate of Nd'';n-i rk, f, the n ibrne titi ii chains I l and i, W n : s. Use; .s to :rd et y de cgoree of
wo icL in all its syinpto'os sv evidiiinea of a' 3454 s:;r-Q .,(00 "ickets, :",. S60 0.0 s .1, i i' n -i d prRprieto35 thd 1to t l iI il '- xe-f- i C ) A, "Al r'0 >t tie P iL-ii' ai 'ings
0., 3i1 1.,sac't oi nlit6 hi' ith 0'. kLeotr 3-b It xa it Ve A slle l -l ., 1 '"; s hrot tUG c c-n
Ct coldr.r scasil. l .of every hcarbb. e h:isuch -[inks along the .rsofh aW tt ar of Q! t-oba ue ., I y. .I the -,n<" l ..e t -. r ade






























persons as havecomplain esnsiar to h ibte, l 000 s j to l pr i n.eduction pt our Lord oe thloue d h,, et undre d e ns e ;s y othri, ne: : ie a; s .atne r ht oa tr oedii -;.. .r |to ti i iitAStto e lact'.itci'o uj sigmea
will make a tril of the naidicgiae. ofPart hk gm nriz-'h iU ie dtter minthedasees W. PtoWI'K t'od Sto:n ts"os wif, d' i i \. t- ii u 'i' A' t f":, p io-t y ia B iet of
Gni.E. h Led E, First dran ticket, ,1 Alext r L. .. ii.ty ible pei-itione'-. niiot' it be-i-! 1 i e ti 0'x0' '' ay "1 Apri, ii--_' ,. I
No. 3 i'sry stetet Dit.to, ot cte 4 Jih a iv 1 S l in su yoiut f bob, ;s, tiapiiieoaod ,fet hu o f. ,orfirei 'G d. i -
B. Tdo our nmedys n dicin is secured Ditto, c 0 Pease to ;e, a pa o which dit 0rad o l and i o -the p'y tih.r o tfoo b'nc'ed Air -; t I. y sar 1 t c
to ali sutil ber, By ihs te s pi sti nt from the Prs- Dito, Oth 300 tne peein g i s at co an ihg. And your pened toetr inov io onle and's, and sis tyndsiA e dotr: .w'is it in Georg e city A' t n t k-Y.'k, i ;oi, sni or"te
ident oysith ns of thi S iat .aI.' n- was .-at h BYis 1li'- HO TY OF THE STA f50 O tes of then SeUpremat iout of Judicire oif money !iT.'' 1., i aal of -Y, otrr'dH wA Aic t i- city of Jeryby
tdispeiitsryl, in NogrhaivitptoieL, .. ",.I p. Ditto, 15it h seote 'r'---'f s lm'. r ost n ai'yothe iIh:c r "" to I i cond' io <'f A cIrtl b, .Ann o f d t"w -e Ama : y hi- i tes

pe. rcke, and ftorsale 1 t'.c tabolio.i en:S-a -t ii to, ,:'CO tic' i'u n al. t'-.-.>p do the City of Atito bany, at' aid dcutie i ;r..:, :, eC very '.nes:.ly a i .d .. ,,o .e.
tif-s valuable meis,:the'itt-lrn -s'netel'. .t.gay, I W xta.CGTON t]L .T A !CrAY L05 guln, th ,.id ]mh, t A- and heredla- W! ; 14 VASA.. .. t. dwr




























Siink I owe my i, ho ;ar- c a -p'nted a-:e viz i.vo, "oiis dite, 1e0 '.;mien o'clck oi i.t- fori nd, of ohe sot m e day, Inct ,en'it off'R. -rT nto J Ac21ero, d by the of Per: cd, ; a ; o h,
.':-.: i'fnii'i Lord, 7 1 'aer-s'-reet; :'tr. G >o .', 4:.i ditto, 1nc-n -s soo' t.r-rits" as Counsel can b o heard, ofntle yo'. oftNortiel ir in ip cuity 0A' .ite ,' l' 77 :W,~ ,
!u.i'oter, 153 Fro-, strcer ; George Hunl-er o juin. o l 00, ..:1 5.00 ol an applii.' o C' --heret.iy be h a e to' > the .i'iiescid, Mercblnt, and to s-i h -tro mi as .'c-odAgent,
b3 le di bing oan ; Messrs. K and Bonrd me to SEC ODiND, l s0.t hpstic 's .. -. 0 cd c' t, tArthd y point -enf si;nT T.tro--rt ai o ih t cert ain pcec- om pe -. i -6 ai-.. .t, t o'r, ,: .
-idSs. 146 Pea'l str." ett; M ses G. S- a-. '- The first dCawh t t te -20 L a i7 coto .. '.e !ln, 6u ad 3h 8 c MAiden toLait Dr. Johin w'I O 4ii0-0-a-No 601to -, ;ick, J-la l c0:ttt Pre ic'i w tm.Am. M nihh % bieg;ts, nma.er, .:by rcst p,. __W -f:ioriS 03
haP.Fhve r, 106 tut nadwli y Doctor J tohn C rk, NO U nc 6400A; egah d in e ,sh i as N o e i petr i e, a nd Eit. prcer ciV s, m the ssid pe tilDio. r A ide b the ;a-d otf Q i0 h i ocsr;, and Wo o ; ,to c A
jLi. 91 staeide d l totr; lothe.- Rabin-sii. and Co to 6ol, ociusiv,: : : d r f te u d d ribd t runningaby tht ro of.ideitt ofiv-nfe-e' :' a po-i ; '.-, "
Sle a ro way, c i .ie r "i ;.,.i ch street is; obes appr3oorii.;oit a i Prizs o -lAnd ilt t....p t th" f-is, Iaccse.o."(na to I ;n 1 i ior tlier aoutsto ;:rtho v a e Ch n dite ', e .,- J-
ribed.rt ohnoi it w.ry lane; Mr.A- d 2s, bs the firsi i wi ; iia.r ( )i, ..hr of o a tc:o i r- tei-0, ein, teeUa- He ia-o n ,."l tree. .u -c by I he sn. .ui; w edgo6io e sttit r odak i OI ek, or'Wha -ne '.. ,l an ", "' a .., t .
brahue wroo4 .. t anuaryt t day n th. 1810.2: xt d... i.I- no s diit a .tn nt a nd P d Cred uen cI m' ch .ton.. ceno-s,. liy ot S the U. Sta!s ao a W 3Ii ans k.n.. .
F Nmerone ns -oin i ol the fi cay t sr 1 t of hi e h abc- s ; 5..LJJ it da) ', ri. 0, will t0 iti, several omit, the L- l ist i s I t o n" tO "oi bt'i ta mt to tac id I joaeh otoaioc s inhato tlsi] 'm a po ei- V tl.
va blenp- ir nostromse iy e read atwhe.bove pb a-e be-a eniS of twoe iudr to ketl eAW each2 t.000 wesi, so"th, :i t h irc r l .antsov iaw- 'r'i "-;- t'eo ,i souitSy h ,ea ,y Sny te ltod t I ,urgi red and 1 a ,v.co
ce-Ao .dierin ,aons oatunloa at vo racit m.n bi.. V 50ct c- Ci : C --' i xt. ti, .l 1 "t1 ,O1't i o tl''t-ki ICr. 1i f- -'.i,: ohe, cdor Ai. c o a, 1.rt. place it l ru copyis r' -nt 'o h rt'0 i s oc. i -- i
s'-Ca 7' 7OCT OR 1('2- RC-tIGES. Psi ze 0-vCO'a':',- ',;/*-*I d;c is i' ti- con" Y ii co- .hi 01' i.i...m i tlo.- t Ie roai. A nds iS e.t r'F3 it. d l t-tnqa ll,' ". c-
Siye.p.,y ai o.:nkot ea;s.re 0'e To C"d ri-.pl, I s i !r^;-rn m .,den t hfte paymentW a oflhen l.,id ent.,m of cqf q .e" oft".q -!.a:- M1 h E.se.a















SNDmc t Pt.t h- or t ..T er t t.h.;ese si, be dr ;. .a. an d iae nti ;/, Aity.fori; te Pactitioner. -1 hndr-' d adM sqxta-i.o dot!ns, wher .t (iat Ui O ti c it tl -s Oi'ti', ana a Swne
I N DA"' T "h- o4jTct oj- c is a te t ,7Ia e 5 i -d mortiat'd prea, mu ses hav' b fot cri't ,t drops, h ( ) :n g:u i are S' c1 Et. a'od is
tert i tDiSle e -a:t -'A o" -hi s ext ramgoe fitne max a- st ks lo p t toi01 ito ,o 80,l a e tl ;;,r t palooc iatiy" o t emi-A av-, il -, .a.y.bt .. n ad e u" dal a-
vitesed. A n, ayo avrsy t regabyon t yck ;n c L .sii !;- svus bh:t:^ < Mapi p eb:y; to : n C t his qte. i bl n tiurcsW n-t, (n, an p prco- W a in ? sr .. .. ": -. r a o\ l'ndt.rei rc .
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the spc t i o aor its of tsii itos Gi rea ecthU ClF, ii. la stt sa e;ncn !' s .s 'i'- :- .... f'r :'t sobs- Teyr..i, .. ii t i n d f r-ar s etoa e o- n 'r.t t res d C orid pien ., 't i' N's. 1 aid n -" ..
oted c'rail asi :,') it,, wSch wiil prove its best o i --1 d i. 1- a"- i o i:c s hitic i; dIie 5, il an]e '- tic sis ,c'v a'i- d.c o in l t ti-o o c i P a ', i ., a o 't t t .u, i t 1).nMr. 1

CAN .IST .RaD oT oEL-fo iale as above h 8e -6 o. '-assAm I t" 0e 1, ma ma-dvt re Ith iO e woil the.ioon b,. m. de to ht i,;d tt:ry"n t" "" d to -, on p es thts; and believeiii
Nov td the pospc o- gain, is pi :re u. 1 J ti- s 7 id C rt., r tl tio ent d in "M mya.:,id "" a ''. ol' -. hol- t sa e, eoa i'tn
sonsto any ever yot o ed t o the P.Aoto i cornfiaisi iot a-s toi,,i0 li .dI ti 'idmt -t'-i mts m ntoU iic- Ar t :, Alether wtudh t" cO s : a
Nilm e -aatr of h. I Tickets at the lowt pr; ,o f F i' e t' olas -d- hredita.nt-i, wia h .e ppi rt'. tn su'. i. the it'" c:,CK; es of suw h sale. Upon which sa,. a "" 'ai ,-
OLUL N G I;tust received b F One Ticket mrit n dri 40. 009 iAers n rL. ,i. on At o-siv h i- ti r.an <- 'n vyan -' e wl"' be e- e cuted t y ,i subs.'crh atib '- ^ da .t e(1 .y' .i
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