New-York herald
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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: September 21, 1816
Publication Date: 1802-1817
Frequency: semiweekly
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 )
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: UF00073184:00002
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Related Items: New-York evening post (New York, N.Y. : 1801)
Succeeded by: New-York evening post, for the country

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Irent. At lalf'r.n-t I2: t., .- ; per e enIs were r.t 6Ul. s ver'dl c otint, i y p p.t i e ite h t hl. a the lA- in uau -ft M fill, entuirie- it) ..me, that L 'Enrope % ill ivitnes ,
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i,c .I .r- ,,' 11h ', p r h-r, C 1ei t..i'L.ir.- I.,.r', lr.r, .1 &.I.F l Lc n : r,.-.'b-r r- 1rl, r nA ihit- a 11 t-i- -Iob .lf -'1. a1 -. ..i I d '...i i.... .l. 1. .L o:-. -i.r-,. .t rI, h. .ti fi( slave 6t rLork at th I,,, -,iii.', ...ri],1, ...,,.. ..n lthai tontiaie'.. \V-. ,hI-l ..n tl ii.
t. th..: I lI ,l.,*I ,l t ir. iusise. D on c'. .r : r -,I [ .I t.l. t -..; i er.. .1 : H.t : a t hi i th -, r l.. l I -.-r.' I I.. c. .,i e clr. ar .' i l : a i e I-- l1e..h b l,- ..f ,r l-,,!i|,i ,.c ili,;nh are inten l-J Lo i ,lunlt 1ll... I; I ., h Atritic, re-id i ith an -,.s, tur .uitv,
r t,- .iI "Dv I n hc h l I -r l -I',;' ill, i l .l lorin ,-l.. i, i- .j.r ,-,i ',i ;'1 coJU J I.",I ,,.,, Il.. ,, 1 ..n tluo a.' r .hn .nI, let ..I' .- l rev rll c:.m bl.,i ant 'l,".'r erw ns
i I ,,.- .....r, l,, ,, ..1 paper hi ,.,, ..ry b,,.. the L :'. h,, ur|U r t.:.r it- ,.i e a I.,... !,..rn L 't'.ON ,\u "; .\uThu.I 12 ,,,I1 ..-eI.re-. O( nr poili,.i-l tI.nte-t u ill l re, wn ,
tI .,cI-t, I .,*.. ".,. \'. ts ,L I h L-. l.un Irt ti,.. l.r._. {ti ,J .!, .. i.. iP. N lh. .\U ric,, -., I. L W li r-e,:. i'e-i- .1 it. Pl .p i" lup|.r of ind i p,i;,i ruitln;;r,ut a -n.2. l ., ilrn ap.e';nst th th11 k. ;.-lu ;ively .4r'e,':.:,r : ial i..re rMill e- who
p e r c o lu n s -.: ,l .:o :. .J ur.t: l l. l 1 ; a h .ut ,f'.. r %,r t,. I I1,1- \ 1 1 .,r ,.- i l r.,1 I ,\ i 1 ,, hl i ,,h .i< .o u hd 1 j ; '., n a h i u i uidn le'Iri 'l J h.io, .il e trn r i- o n 1 *r' f o i tl;, n .: t h .- ... i ,.- er h ] i c i l l u lawi a .p In u -
-- T'h li I i- Iri & er. v t, I,.. i|-'tld rl tI ll( .I h. ,hlii l-n ..-e Ili l- Il.. Pli: P ,i .. (,1.-~ 1. 1 li 1 :I-.. ,0 ,h,-, 1L. I ,ui. n. u AI iC.'urnih ilila rests; l;.,c l c..lliiions it ill I .e
On Mni.mlav the extensive and elegRnt fire ..n-. tlh.t the -',,Il :.- Aneritan pr..dur- ... lu 1. .I h..v' c.,I.,.:,-. Spain td marry Ferdinand IInI A peIne e has .been concluded between the Ash th, duty ol tlte government to re,.nrile.and to,
proof buildings, a t the corner of Wall andlNassa. m,,) b 'L considered its favouialle to ithe c,.nhinuai.c, I. -. ,(,thf hmve thought I, i, r on thbe 'suhiect iniM ne Iil Funt nie nations in Africa, reduce to consistency and orde Such a state of
ofe t d o e y i at rn, Kir & C a, f peace,. and have d. clinii.1 h,- lno0 int.indi l il.r the a1, n a., .!e lr.,,m Cagliari, ofthe t2d July, says, thi,._.- will maki ,i ur {ji ,.lir.g nre c l J .inl
strects,aid occupied by Eastburn, Ki k & Co.a a ame lu .. ha h d n l n, il The F,. n. I, ., ,,,,' nt ., he t o l e,-84.,n'.n ,, 1,* tne r-Pican ,siT.. .,,lr..n t .ts r u rn tl,.r t,* .' ,-1 t,>n th yb v I. .elr' 1irh, o l, een. L,.,.ling
a bookstore, w. ui bid .i;f, at public auctio ,*n for the is18th, and retired fr.-.'n ,. I p -.en:.e iO ....-i -II...I, the world V i, ll ._. I Ih I im,,,.!,i.:1.tE a ir t'\ \ lN,, ,-. \. f I..b the-, 'I -te i aL,.k b1Ir before Lo,.( u ,ii.,. E -.-.. i, d. matter Liof Ul.utrdinate concecin,
sum ofsiXty-siix thousand d.:.;iarv, hvy i-% ..I...l.n I1 ed with her recejition. 'I b. ;iil I (.,r ri ,u i i. t. r ;, i ,.,i. .I I ,,- ', ,, I % r. t the i -ll i. : i .i,.uIi,',-, arI i."l. f. II-ll b ,'.' noo t'ry vi,-,i.-nt f-.r. ..1i atta,:bri-ent a
cobl A store. It w.as matter of some -ii p zi for contumacy was to t ls., p.-ace the ht hll ,1- .% i. '.,. r. n. I I,:, .,E ir-,h -il.1l 7'..r L, I ; :,|.'I I be .ule o lf W llir, t.-,,n i rr. lectfd to lea',., Of- r,,ip.ttt,.. As w e cann. It ,.tl:--,rasll) a,.ici-
..br It' w t e om iM r. 1 i i1...r., ,h f e .-lbi ,,ted' E english .Li- 1 ,1 t bh l: ,.. ,... | i: ; an, h e J ., Lor, ln l,:.i Padi s-u r:,,, : p ,. tl. ll..> ry :.iber [ w- r v.,|I a i. ;i, 'lu rluar1
w ellasofregret,t[0 .-t th-(L r e c raii lnt did notavail is ,,i.g: 1,4 .;- ,.icaa ,,. i, il ,h P ed...i. n .,- rJ, i- I.,ll .n c h t, i t] ".. r ..I uly 15 ." r put t -. exi e e : e i e .'iz rd
itself of this occaslor6 to provide itself, on good Ihr IN thh ,,,- ', celebrated as the 1.iI l., i .' .i th. It.;,I -' .. .,.I 1.-. ii-i..i, Ms pre it n" W ,. hlve rfciv,-.d a-cco'ir hi.-. :a : ,,Ir l,ty a aI ri' ii -,..-..lv t, s em vy I.Ti.-,iml, a nticipate
tiA ,f, ,a- it i. rhlt. with a suitable bulildin,-, for a of thl- Prine. -' 1 ,. t. ihe having enteredI c,.., ,., Wel. UlelI'- st. it,,: i'-n pi r P ,,nr h ... n. ; r-, tb v...,- | tb. t L, ,-.- ap h.| '. bel on llen i. tIb h tlt ;e..I f r-u .i V i,'Ie a.,| ll s:k ann c.,.IIL man
,, .. ; ,, ,, d ,n t ir day i,;. r.nt ,i ar. T he papers cor,rld il, p.t ,, p .n .-u .- J ,.i,--I. ,hl i.i,. h1 1b tb b h .a- .. -,r ,th h t. : F c,. I. r ,,n 1. 1 r .I h hls 1 i r.- l a 11 r, not d* vou lv to be iv ishen I r ? I- it
C'.lt ar. i ..,- ;n ,lad ,,l ,l,,inlb t ,rinnt,..- bu- culars of the death of-M r. Lyell, a ,rin.l i,," I. th.-lV- h- the t ,.-hl ..,,l of r'l o .fnce ,reh I, -u on h, d. Ln i.-t afenr ,.inF dia i .i. a in.: eo1 iEdiuonntoy th.o be- iniertmer d. oe our
.1.11.1.A tiatt,-a a,pejr. ,iu4 to1 h,.1b .. b-1 intere;14 o1 our
sin,:- 'of the lr,i port in lheunion,in a.miserab'e Messenger, who was assassinated at Madrid on It.ur.,0lA Th,..- ee..r, bare h,:. i n in mt Ir .,o iti t, ]. ; r to what nin th i dear ad.belovedountry, that the terms federal
stable. "I. the-21st July- They alsocontain further h.'ro mi- -t ,:.,;, i actedte d a- u.- 1 lor [;I-. s rvic.:, and .v', 'on ,l CO isiin Louis Scarletihas made this de- "" and dm.ocyy 1i.oul. o,], h,,tiAhr in ,,ne
s of the distress occasioned hy the severe rhinsm an. ill. r.,..h ,e.,,,,nd, '., .r t ,. i ti a. double hl ,la,:-m, nI :h, consulate, in order that informa- re,.,rr n .'a, c %h,:n it i- e d,ln .Ith,at o i lr aB r;-
A r';tn,l tI,. humnrnitv rqull tl tile in:ertirin of in tindationin -.I.l.-ri m. H ay had risen in price :i.,- T:n .ip: c,, .1,.bJ a.- L.c n procurE, d lui..r h,,I ,. ,- i v Ien to the merchants .. -Aid, t h p,,,t.. ;i c,,r.tention. i h,. i. ridess it i l-y
(letl.' r--srcue nteT 'p-J 5 per cent otha. .r We are ariihig a number of'small vessels.. F! :. ~ :'.d.t' ~f~ m,;t .I h
th fai'." r,.-n Strictures in the-T Fhr st: A ,tae frorii Civita Vechia says--- v,:i The French -G v..nn.-,,t i ,'try vir.ilnt in ,).i'.h,,I e an lunched;twofrigates andRs r .-rof.,,,,.h,,r ,.a ll6 1..1, at. .:,i,1..(Iof
Itisa -n.,IttI-r ,..l tun, .hlm, thatt in a. Chris- th lC,p,,,,n I,,.i ,, ,. 1 .,i,,hon in tho A rchipolago, v.rt,6j theint.,ein I. ..-., ,.f ;,,h man,,itc .P .., lin| ,e .n the stocks. O r s., ll soo.. .. i .. ., ..ur l w
tian country, and among a high minded gK ncrou i,,, i;,,,| ,, 1 ,, ,....14 c. I iril ..- nfr.. il, through FlIriders. ItAppears, homvier Iled r be- -abnno tr h s o ks..: r | ,o 1o- o n m ;..- .o ..-ni. .rr- i I., >h) ohi .- r half?-
peopl, ,where human-ty i. boib prea h ,n n ,'1,.,-,,, ,i I,. l,,,,., uI br,,. n.r.. n- .hng 're ac l,,th ough f. ,rt, d r n., t pu ar l bo e rr. -it i- nothing ccfur Ie ,I... r ,th, ;I.,p, .I- ,., ,' I, ,---, or, c nl. fo.- the r. r,-, ..1 A.11 this,
,i,,rt:.,], r-r..1 here the slave iu,...- I ';e-,,.. f,our l, bh ,,-, l 1 k,-.1 -y aAn -.1 .h f, ik- i [ ,-,is h r ,n u,,.. -,, ,,-e .. .iilert, as n ,-. nt wp a t t'" ust ."y |l.,, dli.e,,,d uI.. h.Lt I,,, >. .-.-ri. l, n,l -f a t(
,.,'Lh f.- trnt,.n and abhorrence, no body has .A ll our cont eiae tal papers i.,m n,-rth .......l, ,., .. .,,,:, i lu,,: .-.-,1,,.- a',,,-nt rp fur-,.'h'd 1r l,:, h, t a, Thaa.u, .h a i,, naIn.. he n ; t ,., alhv.. eJ t,. quarn.l u c.t n Ime'. whent
.tpp,p,ll .,-I ,,I with a warning voice to stop th f speak of the unseasonable and unfoovorable state -...ti,, lure boIJ.:,. ..-I Iri,,. .,1*,r.uact.,.., but t Ired the lf'of Ephe, us, aLd is stationed there I" ,ie.idantly unat to quarrel about any toinw
inliiuuN linthic. That-thE importation of Negroes of the weather, and of the general distress oct IIt, o,,c.-,,wi-,I ..nly of d ,ii.in'di nrn,.Ipe ,1 If old tOlotee the ti o f [I i rstatioeedter- 6e....
from Africa to the Island of Ciiba, is carried o,>.,. sioned thereby. .I I e h tak-P :eAro. 1I h. le ,ow1erves'In I, they protect the trade of riralliedWithPer hope that were ow iear an disinctl
ro,(st I, clu-itely l.y Amiericans, however cloaked pr ivttoe letters from Frac etate, that the defP iracie-,,,Wepe ho .I,.e- | ha ,mi o in ,e pri- earlyurao, tsnandint adan to put an end to teh io ct, at the pre-p e
Prvd eti fo rm d'te h tte f- xil,eci- .,i.I,.l,,%\ o--hiu iimnai tae vf :4e intile prir -" AD.D .n u-noderstood, -t, ;.t the,',: is'not, in fact, at, the pre;
th. tiin.: .nayi e, i-a fct ..I ofuch pl,,licnol,,ri-ty cit in the French finance .lF three millions .ter ,-.h,.tiho. ,hl.m1 mnt f.',us -. -r nt tb Mlh .0pn;.iion NnlwivthstantdingtI, tl'-ir,:g,! ,1,T of ourfinai- *Ilnt money, hut one party, in ihi. United States`;
that il ar, ii-.ir .In a it in onest,,l te ,o 1 i-, l ',i ling. In consequence oft!.l.. .Ii... it i. ifid th I b ,t ,L.-,.-,.r. di ., ] r ,1. 1 Jer, or nt the eces, lis M ajesty has o,,I..-.! lfr,.,1 > n.- to be armed that there is o gertral p'nn, ,., I..-...! ,,tu ir,. of
th-r I- l r.Jrl r.An., woman or Child, but will assoon as tii lr i.iiti.,- l.....,. c. r in Octo1ie ..'l' i .- nt 'ar,-ifi .. for sustaining the honor and insuring (lthe safety of national policy, inwi.ch all ,01. ',.t I. l 1% i mli te;
naui tI.- %-. .:i, Ith numberof slavw- im.a' l-el omeaddl .e- i, t..- I,... -I-. ) l L-.,tothe to interi I ,- C"hlir v.'- lni l. brr'.ling pri,:n, is I,, Sp,,,;. i, fl' an. st the barbarians of Africa li;t solr '.,,.r, ;. rr ben_ ., paetis .l o.1. this
tfe ". ,.,yal s, m ai lc, ,rnd the ow ners of 4 iIl Ic p-..l cede w ith tl.. all ., 1'"' r, to n hJ a, or ,i... ,..! i,.r to D co .'- ., ,i i.ui...r.i. \ylhose.t ....,_ r i .,1 ,... r. ,-i,nI point, t ].i.-. i.,[I i. u ti;'. h i n..o l, -ur felh w."
t'n, 1 lit, l.-.- Iy ,nitilty aniT Friesseis used to, nish the number of foreign troops, and to pd .. .t[ ... .:l -: r I ,'. IF terdv af.rrnoon. T'he ..... i ,f .l c.,,r. tv. h. reinforced and to citizenss ,w i ,-, the furthest ir the Iiio.enrt ,-f
..* er th;t .en ul irni uit) iom legal investing the period of paying the tribute. tIv -nty luiniit :,t .:--r.'.. tl,. R. r,et cou- receive n,, ,p 1ic.pes ,I ,mmun ition, &o. necee rwi.. t ,, projectects in which we all heariu *,ee W,
tirn, r., .e ,- il L r,,.u, lbut f the .-imericai G overn- A n onlinan. ,. I .I,; :... .. i,. Itl.,i.irl, ,ijI- .1 Pari s-il, tcj bi,srl,. ......- rl I ,I 101.u0 ,7, m 1 1 ot i one ,! ace n .y event It : l| further ethat it is beneath the 'i.any event. it, to l:a
iio,:t;is eri..u.. a I hop i i .t i to t.:m th.. t,..,r. Aug. 7, exempting frcin I.LpLrtdl J lie ,, I. inds (. nile and u half from !;..: .... .7 e enti. erery sue- It", ., tlt he place cannot present much resis- h,,Prhr tan i s ow erltul p tohe t ir,.r no.'
of pollution, lth.; are no-jlci nannil'o procus ,h,- grain anid sea biscuit. I.,.i.ht int.u l'rmnIr-'. Th' cesive hour. the like .f ,, lb. If. n1 i been as yet nML, ,od h ors venture an attack. L'et, r nisimegatodlivide people, a i, rond
orpolltionthorea, Dinillt 111`11"'.1 f, pr-cu~c 11, -rs veiuret.anngttaet .ourthng uuoe- utovo diesitodivid. s nifida rosi
cover and pro.,l'. Let me ak, who na .gatl;, Eturydice frigate, which brought out Mr. Hyde d' nrallelled by any pedestrian ; his last uite and a sAaIAXo C t (Heys hlia.i.I,.r.) by any other name, 'I ill
those reputedly Spanish Slave 1'wsels ? Are (l.`, Nenville to this country, had arrived at Brest. !i -r1. liilie! if, hi ,r.:-. ,an irinoiecr..I 1 |. 1 l r I ,smell as sweet.h.- Neveirb wyay there a time so fan.
panirds No,&t oa~ thre-lvirhooftil clwo 'he ublme p irt sA rril ..-,)thi s rnornin;: I,,'ig AMlda, of London, smell as sweet. I Nevei" was there bi time so fa-
Spaniards? No, st l-tt three-lourthse the cew. The sublime porter sees to wish to eonstitut ( ,.X. vt,,!. rI -, h. ,,I n l,i, -,, ,-' ;.. cl..r:.,-d I,; A!,,,, v- ; 1 ltn",1 i M.o t o 9ay o W.' orable for a political union as the present'; for
are Anmoricist-. irn ,,omnme ntac,.o e .inO e '-.', itself the sole judge of the infraction Of -treatie ,, .., ) ,l,,,, tl I, ...,. ..*,,,' .-n.th ,-,, tefo d witha l c d y1. f u in r "' a i regapos the grnnd an.I ,,..; r-lis |,-,;,,i. ,,f.,i
iard on board,. a, _, E.n.rally vE y f, %% T .. b ,,I,,ot,-,,I I ,i .y h antI-rt, ,vet(,,, ., i le,| : .. *, ,),TLo tok, ,n.n |,-1" t .. te r d h af l ,.f In. K, natio a policy, e i ,..;ln n w .*,.,Inin
heard ofan Americar, vcz.el ha .. arrir ,d .st a tih, rigL !,it ,.f | ,.,-hi th. .1 its a ., H,,t it:,-r ,.,.; l, ,i-.( ,Hi .. .,.. i- i, h ir ,t,:n, ,l. fo Yo rkr p y, L, o' 0 nc i t iorus toqu1.rel about. Tthr,,,h n n-.10 !. ,,rdJ..u..r-,]|y,"I ,
French p,:cl, itl a .in luh -' o', ,,,,, on board. is doubtful if Europe will he ..an-f.'Il \ ilh l,, '.1...,-.- lt,; .-r,.u. ..! .. .-.J ih, -p. r:.,i..r. A lso, hri.gs Triton, Coffin fronI Kennebeak, i suruch a union takes plI:e ;1 ...u,- < l-tr,..li.- i o-
., ,;...-, i ,;-,;,i ,,..Il ',- a t aen u I,,,.h, i, a l- ..I chastisement to be thus inflicted. IV, n y [ i., I. ,.,,.irt. li .m-- *. A l,,,,o, lb,," g.T |io,..- Con n, ll .- Kenneb:ck,- Olitica nam s are atndbatid.,ri l,l u. ih, l. I,. .palli-
| ytil,.n pi. -c.:'c ,:.e n4 .n al. ..l anl I -. ,tlly suppose that the A m erican s l ,.I, h :,n I ,, ,,, n '.-1 to I.e .... -,. I p rf ,.1 it iL iin l itared, G Iiod n ent toundlel, B altim ,. te l, inucli to be ,...- .,, ...i 1. I .,i ,en,
ic...d, I.. A ,iu,. v.ithb theorgi al rew nd ap- ii notle'.: ;ginal crew and cap- i ,. ;. i,,r,ied in l...nt 1 of 1..I n,,,n,, e l ,.,,1 .. A .I I. I i& Ghle r, -e t R 9 imore. t i r n a .dmucht to b ,.,|ll r',I.,k Iei th,%i- -il ie n-,
la ,, .-.,n I..I.. ,t l i ,, the purpose o( i,',o. I-.Il ti bit I .b ,:, ,,Ior,, and nt tll..hir ..IIH.non oill bhot .av b. ,,n., >ld ha ir,. 111,0|.,l t,, lt.. i -...I i .h The, Blncher,Pace t r t Edd arrived h --.. ,r,.cc n..thly ,,lf a "patn P..Ihi..-. n u1 all
bn.e I.,lt ili'lln l trade T he l c. ,,[ t t ..m.i -,, y blA M ille" Aid ar, l,,n hr ,.. hl- 1h," %re,-t utl, ii t ..i,,n .. I th,, inu.l .-, ...,. ... lI ,. l .l ar r .. n cu.b upanl ,i l, ,
.,re.,nde drLl.qly se ere ag .st, liut t I he ] h ip ('a .,l,. filo N V-.ark, arrived at a.-Ihe- i'l-ced ,i h in.-1 -ILu ,l.hair .. hi,'el ^Thren non pfrm Falmuthb a 5'days passage.-- ther i passions. I I e 1.1.,vt J. i an -ur-,icu,hia
ignify lia i,r-a ,nIf,,r,"- d fl n,..bthee ...-er Isle of W eight, in lS days pass e and landed her ,a,.,o,.,,l,. bh ,l o,- ,ad ,r.alhs c lar, I .-nl e -on on papers by her are to theIth ult. ow lnp swithanen,,hl n,- ,,, f.r 1 0, ..Ho
r-,nt of the L I1. S ,a ,l. on" of. 1 ar. hi.h n,ioht It l c i,otIl I l1,,ssrs. Palish, of Palrilts.lla, oIf-. .irr,,.d into the l I H in d It.etown of1" k- i pg, prc ''.1 ,y a rh the Na o t litical 'fi iend hlfie an, i r .ce,., olt.-i ini wnly pno
ti .lu,lted Ml-:i.,.ne,:,,.;yto ct ,i-b hio bNti. .n,,, u 1, M al ,.* and Son of N ew.Y ,,,l i, tiih 6 s. ,il I..f 1,,rI,.f i,.i .anuil Il ,,,,,,i|Ih I,,I,l- IfnXn Ion 'r t ai l register, litical but even pri at r.-emnitmen t-, not to. ,i.a
rTo inor l o L. ',I r )v W h .i ,o. nr. y -., favora- otberl.. fI r. l r a r.rtin.;..... t. -,' .. h -h, n,- d i .rFn .- F!edralism ani Democrao /,.- W e hope that we lit hev a-.-,1. dl ,uil. : huti btL,. it.- e i, h!r.- ir ,- it.
lIl', iustJ. )r i ',N '..1 l .i, l l, l ., a. ,ur- 'Ti he ships GOalen and M inerva, Ca rii ,,.I ) ,:i -0 t n -,-,I .l ..1. .. .1h I ,'.. i.. "..-l heI .l. shall not he said 1... mindio l. 11 the asperites of el: ,le. H ,,e thin t', i,10, n, .... i. .- *t ,b..
cf, ,t (- 1 I ;. I'.ll |.t,'e. I- I t k ,.,--i li h-,t ,..li ,1 y, brought a quantity of SP E(OILF. I r.- i..- F i ar n q,' p, .1 ,,:- l. ,gI.Ir a n..'.- l ll I.- l t i,'f" r 'w i -u we .Iee-,i."lt- ...a tho probable In,-l1, n. rl'Ia- ..i I. tn fuit l, i t 'V .ni L and in
,: i .. i* 1,- ,' I ,-', 1 habit It A N C O N A url 7 i., h-Ili t ,. l, .'r ,: ... -. I .. [t r % o i'l .l '" I'L- I,'. lr ur r .i t r,-zlir. ii I.-ti Int. l i -n I i i ., A .,, .r -, i,., .t.c., h M-u, t., t,
IIio' i. ir ?I-, ,' I" i. i, W ,%"'.I- 1 P.. li. l II I ',.. ,he brig 1 :I.. |l l ,i C pl. % u,.i-i.. i ..1," 1. ..I ,.' l>i. 11,1 ..i. ,1' .. ... ri 1 ; A I., ,I I.. li111 ... It-~. t. [.At :, "If, I 'I 1 1'.. l. -,,16,Cr- h t
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.ur..i l'r..ni r.Lh 1 ..- tlrry aTe -nr.,. ,__ .. it Li,, lh, the report, t tl.l hc i. .;c.n .-. | .li..i- ii. i;..iin ih 1 .[ ,i ii.nr It llop r.< in z r, I ,, I,, Ul, e LI,11 ,,ii,,i, I t I,,r h||.1 i, l oit 1 1 ,.i,,"y
I i; i c ,t-' l 7- I ntd ilh .., It t ,, I I ,, r,,,_. I ,. eIu111 i,,iL- n, i ,_ ,-eil I..r I..-.rl 1-" a.,lih. I ut i o ,p ,.l ,UIn h- lh ,,, .....i .ina A all lhi., tim r I, w '- I,. e '* **- p li i ,ic l ) 'I., i.-.n i t II .L, el. i. M i ,- he.-. tl i .t ah- .. .Jp. ii ,aL s' I i.r
!),. f. ;l: an3l,i f l or hu ....h bl,..d, ,u 1.. tl1 ,, n .o lle ,t. .1 w l ul, t l u.;n. W e lolerat-J. or at lrt.si co:n -.t.,l t, until Hearv.n in cnr..icee l. ilul e.dni tnli- ..4 ,pir ,-.I tho .-' .nif an- ..1 l,.ilatintie l u % ini.ni- ,Ili-ri u..ns in a rpgmlar pro. I IIt) lh e tIl vo t,,"t' .nding parties, au ler the names ,, a e .teI.,'(0 h d( h.rt.n i [)icil, l fr.o.m
it. j-l r.engnr.c..- r.I.ii,,rnaipo.n a ..,ma nalional s,,,I the rraly ,lh.ch aI. inilIuce thern to -1rikE cees;on they returned to the Dukeois Head, where which Bow divide them, will never unite. The i', ;i iy ..f... ,, ., I thul la .ti.-, uhchl
.alsity. .lua',Ily un.,riteI as in i tnU lfared !-- the first blow oni this occasion; their rurc.c. >itlh dancing and mirth immediately commenced on a termsfedefalism and democracy excite su;h bitter .they do not, ,. c,, ..nl\ a% l.'t. ithl. nre o
Th- ihe pulse .. fh.:.n,:,rIsunk ,.I lui ,;ilth usas tobe )be more annoying'to the English thain to the laivn ilehia.l t- h.ipi, ai.ld booths being erected. I-,'linga-r-Ih. recollections of so man)3, iiin ,- utterly benea. u," ,...i.".,,, ,lh .>- [-, I ,,r
feel, ,,-.1 a)ii sl.1 ni.,:lt; -i,,,us g .n and"e, or is M doors themselves the c...ei.pinv c.:.-n, .. i. .! i.. ,nio', th. .,..- i, n,,;i scorns, andi indignities bestowed and I ...Iltd, ', th en] no oth .r ,'r ;ion t i| ti .,.,- o' pity fo
ill ,-..t-v, w.blih t...l."ear -tIL t,.-,--,-r -1 1he foul- There is reason t6 believe, that the Amrno, ;- ,i ,. I '.o en three asd four o'clock ibi. r..hn,;. h rn in malnyiindiignant charges and recriminations, that their degradation. I
es. ,aiiir.- ? If I ,t thirni weaitetr! a i .-i people in particular will blvery difficult,:, h 1r.. ,.,.i I,,l .. -. .,-,irue of theamnisement R ,.l-r. daric.d ,,ii-, they will always a l cs umc e the i ,- 1V Ih ,t 1,l., of par- I "I
The Slave Trade is in itself so glaringly abhorred, of compensation ; and that their squadron will a reel and suagseveral songs..,, lse et i, ty rancour. Whi'bi,. r I,,,rti,,n ,_, ,,1u. ellow-ci. From the PlI,-.1 -ba -4d,' tF; mr, Sept. 16.
and itsdemoralizing ConCJI.,:Li..- on society so notmake a useless promenade in the Mediterra- ladies a,. Ili.hlit-n in the neighbourhood with "-',', r;.-ht or wrong,it does not become us to .
ol..;.-.. as to require ro urt r elucidation.-- nean. the heri..' fete. hilii -...r-.l L k.Iu.1 hiin in the '*-*'t-r''.-- ; but itisabundantly sufficient for our AMERICAN SYSTEM of the 4 i I-.N. ES.
H ent heard of an instance, where a ne- CAGLIARI, July 2. course of 3 ezter.d. :, r... n nany of the for. present purpose, that the lines are drawn deep TOTEPHILADiLPill..I i'iLlC.
gress, on a voyage of this sort from Africa, hav- A vessel from Sicily met the American sqpad: mer went Jo..n ecr-rii .J-.v.- '% ith ll]. and indelible. A fire-brand and an icicle; seed & I YORK lt
ing caught the small pox, was kept in the vessels ron in fall sail for Algiers. It seems that the U. ILONDON Aug. 9 titnme and harvest; stiuimer and winter, might be N,,wi.htandl, ..he', KIJanIq5l,',- lhlI bar'
top for a time, and eventually thrown overboard States wish to reducethe barbarians to submission The duke of Luxemburg, ihe new-Minister of expected to harmonize, as well as our two patties been m.tl, a li pnr ti, -,, ,y of laleIyears, in. seve
alive to prevent her infecting the other slaves ?- before the arrival of Lord Exmouth, and that the Paris, had arrived at the Brazils before the last "under the names which they bear ; we venture to .-el branches of knowledge, no correct classify a"L
..........ran..hes- of knowled..ge, noay, corthrect mis mraly imossi e I ha
And yet monsters capableof this foulest of mur- New World is about to avenge the Wrongs of the accounts came away ; and by the same mail we say, that the thing is morally impossible. It has tion and appropriate Nomenclature of the scien
sders are not only tolerated, but claim considera- Old on ihe pirates, I I,-arn, thit ll:e Na-,iu, a P-ii, 714. bourid to Ba- been on various and pressing occasions, attempted which mps it, have eve' been made Th
'.io.t mon_ us. With regard to the manner in NAPLES, July 19 via, had put into N.:,- I,,-f.',, in distress. No but the sepqiel hag always invariably proved the Ide ..te task, and the i....i.difficty
w iel. l, -poor wretches are stowed on board We expect clotlhs from France for the uniform fewer than 60 families were on board, having"it.in reverse falll our sanguine anticipations of harmo.e othe subject, are, perhaps, the true causes of dthil
these vessels, let me o(ber.e, what a_-....un..,.J-. ..,four'Iroops; we prefer them tothe English ontemplation to settleinthecolony. ny and confidene. his i a citupendious picture ficie Indeed,ther,..t.il.',.J ;.' iinl
tion or comfort can 310 human beings have, in a cloths, .which are of far less value. His Majesty, It is a circumstance deserving of notice, that of the staife of the union at the present moment; thi raranave pronoun
s h r p b u l t s c o o e r u n e t o u n r e.tn s l i eb o t h i i i F r a r i c e a n d G r e a t r t i a h v e p o o n ;
tharp built schooner under two hundred tons hur by various edicts has greatly encouraged the while there has b,en so much rain in the south of divisions, fatal, deep-rooted, irreconcilable divi.- ed, it is hoped preatrely, ths task too arduou
th r, Yet such things have been--'Away then breeding of sheep, and wishes'to establish manu Europe, there hasbee.n a long series of dry wea..w- os, cOrrupt and poison the very fountains of e.,tis omplhed bythel,04inteo
wihfle eiay.ltteblae ontr f' ial nterours. Mnlh neti h aeto be accomplished by the hirman intellect.
with false delicacy, let the bloated monsters of factories for woollenf clothing Sicily. The govern- her in the north-east. A letter from St. Peters- ocial intercourse. Men who entertain the same Small, therefore, was te grou of expect.
blood 5.1i, infamy appear in all their native deform- ment has also encouraged the planting of sugar .mrgh, dated July 10, says, I* For thesefour' weeks oPirnipn on the great points of national policy, are io al't n eteref re, w f thi gmarundtu(e ano of
ity, let every man of honor and humanity lend as- cane, pastil indigo, ai'd other objects, which will past we have hada continued drought. It is long divided, inseparably divided, when they assume hti tiu.t an yeterpriee of this magnitude, and of
sitnet ugeteln this suadfesof.I Zthsdifficulty, if ever executed, should proceed
stance to purge the land of this scum and fces of make us independent of foreign tribute. since we have had in the north such an uninter- thei- respective political names ; men who would 'ro Am
Pandemonium, and redeem our national character, PARIS, Aug,.9. eruptedd series ofdry weather. At Riga andi Dant- go heartily together for the salvation and prosper- t o' m heseta.icout.., that we receivedA froi
already too much sullied hy our supine neglect.- The destination of the armament which the zic public prayers' were pintup to implore rain.", ity of their country, who are governed btlhigh It Was.odn tah rith ,up.t.1 ,.d h -re, cv f..h ex-
If thIi Ci-... .,roc nt w.ill make no exertion, let us Porte is preparing is said to be the coast of A]- Madame Catalini gave, on tlhe 6th of July, and honorable feelings, turn from friends to perse- plantation o f an euerprise respe'ptIg the division
nut ,hd.% id,,r) -auctiou a sin which cries to HIea- giers, though not for the purpose of joining the hier sixth and last concert at Berlin : it was for cutting enemies by the mere magic of a name., of umana knowled-e, and the reastilic dion an\
verr, unti.l,.l..n:,ti shall arise and proclaim, Yet forces of the Barbary powers, but oh the contrary he benefit nf the widows artd orphans of those who Such is the plain state of this nation ; it present, Nomienclature of th'e sciences, of which ..-i .fit
foIy .*,P.,. IA ,.tevah slt edeslroye PES. to act against Algiers, and oblige the Dey to ac had fallen-in the late war, This celebrated singer the novel ipeciacle of tio parties perfectly agree would be too hasty to say that if realizes all 11a
I I. 1. ILAivjinROPS. knowledge the authority of the'Grand Seignor.- will pass through Leirpsic, where she will give a ing on the great outlines of politics, and yet enter- wishes that might be enertained by the learned
ron he- ondon General hippie and Commer- The policy of the Divan in this respect is, howev, concert on the W0th of July ; thence she will go training such deep-rooted animosity, that they can- world onr the subject, yet, in oneur buiile oituons,
Fro he ond General Shppng and Comm er, so very uncertain, that events alone can ex- through Dresden and Prague to Vienna, aed then not be brought to act with cordiality, on any poll- it approximates to a ulfilment of thoie vishes I
cial List, receivedat this office, of'Aug. S-5. plain its views. to her native country. tical question whatever. If one declares in favor greatly cont:'acis the lield of !.-lt rIIuy yet remain.
The ollowin vessels will carry sealed bags of LONDON, Aug. 3. The Princess of Wales is said to have left Con- of a navy, the other does the sdme ; is on" in favor o be done, antd evidently lays the foundation of
letters from the ship letter office :-Factor, for RecentI letters from Madrid state, that an order ,tantinoble for Jerusalem. of commerce, their other is the same : does one party a system that shall be ultimately s~ti-factory to
Philadelphia, Aug 10 ;* Mary, for Charleston, had been issued by the government for a levy, by Three ceituiries have nearly elapsed since the doei one party desire the strengthening our front- the acielitificw .rld.
Aug 12 t; TFlizi. fr New-OIleans, Aug 5 ; Crite- ballot, of 60,000 men, to be embodied as a militia. ,rates of Africa became objects of terror and hos- iers and seaport towns-does it wish a respectable Nothing can possibly be fairer than the mde in
rion, and .1 ,,, 1...cltb for INew-York, Aug 5. In the opinion of some person, this measure ii utility to the governments of Europe. From the military force, to be in a state of readiness of war. which Mr. Woodward nas conducted this u uler.
G,:i.- ..-.i. I.,iust- Arrived, Two Sisters, adopted with the view of leaving the regular first pe lod oif the, I....t.,. the European nations the o.il.-r .1l-..:. the same. One would suppose, that taking ; and nothing an more cotclusivelv show;
-I L....|. jiin, N,11i, ; Wharton, Frost, Phila troops at the disposal of government, for the pur- have b.-En alm.:.l ,, .;.l.-t intermisstidn engaged in if two parties agreed in these grand and essential that if the system devised by hin siouldd not be
elphia. pose of ,ending them to South America and to the most extensive and the most-haiarduus wars; points, it would be difficult to conceive what sub- pert'ectly satisfactory, tii means now used arl,
Lymington, Aug 31_-Arrived, flaGne,,1 Su;k- *lexidS, where their services are much wanted, coalitions ofeverydescription i. been formed. Jeet they would have to altercate abouil And yt calculated even 'umlly to produce that ..h.. i, -*i.ll
and, Wilmington. Others talk of an expedition being intended for either for objects of political aggrandizement or they do differ as decidedly, and with as much acri- have this character.
Dundee, July 80------Sailed, George Reid West Florida, in the contemplation of a war with political security :. but never has any well concert- moy now, as they have ever done at any other To evince that an improvement or advancee i'r
- 'Charleston. the Uniited States. ed or widely-supported enterprise been attempted period. The quest ion now. arises, what will be science has really been made Ino cotirse can be
Cork, July 27-Sailedi, Perseverance, M'Cray I LONDON, Aug. 6. -hitherto against the commloi enenfies of the most the consequence of this bitter and acrimonious spi- better than to exhibit in ciu>ologicail order, the
toston ; Magnet, Lambert, New-York. Letters from Mahon, dated June 5, state that frightened and consequently most powerful na- rit of these united and divided parties; united in existing state of knowledgein tliat'particular, and
Newry July 27--Sailed, Charlotte, Forrest, the Dutch have cahnonrraded the town of Algiers tiortsof the earth. Let us hope, however, that actions and divided in names. We think that the the sticcessive stages by which it has arrived to
New-York. *-or several days, The Americans have had no the present expedition will accomplish a mioret per- answer is plain, and is almost anticipated already, that degree.
,Amsterdam, July --Arrived, Ghent, Bolton ngaSgement there though such a report was cir- Mnanent subjection, and that G. Britain will thus that these parties must, under some other name be This examination Mr. Woodward has made:
Balnsrrm yculated I .i- ,l.n,.-,.- observed to have been sus- add another claim to the _,I lUdE and admiration amnialgamated. We have used the word part in collecting with the greatest imcu try and care, and
is t I u;bu osp a _xl i! t t
Ieghorn,.uly 15-.\ri;v.-d, Comet, Andriesen, tainedby an American frigate, which arrived dis. of mankind. the common acai-ptation of the term ; but to speak ,xibiting wvi th- utiost ca.,dour oilt fair ness;
Al. x,.li,,. masted in Sicily, was caused by a violent gale or Most melancholy and distressing accounts ,re w1ithtruth and sincerity, with it,. ,.a,.. pi,.r.n of the every arrani, rseuit and clas-ilicanon which bave.
t...,-..,,lf, Aug I--.1,r,' i.i -, ,y, For- wind. The truce between the United States and Ioh name there is no party for bothi the federalism ver y.r ieen umade or ,ropoed, botti in thi time of
m ,a, N..w.V,.rk; Spling DI,,\rA,,,_,,.,/ th,> Rarbary powers hes expired, .and notice lias rtacifodhi the,, a ,t. ou -.. 1th l uin a sses in and democrats now make but one; the namc is the <,a.tinty and in m;(ern days, as far ad a k:,oi.
itleryp.,, t, -\,A ..a.- arrivedd, Experiment, Les- been given to u..,, ; i(.:i that it probably may not cline;,,;rd e thec ,,, r. o,,t -.. ,,l.-,-, ,-7,, it ai;t-,n' oly th ag "tat prevents them from uniting alto, edge of ttem could be attaiued In this revied
te., f'lic. ,t,.,.l.. be renewed. e o. e ne hti .'l- ,, ,,,.l,1 1e uthl, l lu.:.l |, ; :--, ,th r .. T e eold commercial hostility ofthe north ,.n.t research. alike curioul aand instructivea, ,uch
Hull, Aug. 2.-Prince of 0fWales, Rubn, Mi- .A mail fro Flanders arrived at a late hour et -,b;- -.f D_, ., ,,i ,,-e b .n on chos,',, -- *,"IStI thesoulh ; -1,1 :,i:y iubriding ; for con- is prcI.unted to view which wouid otterwi:e have'
ramichi last night. It is announced in an article from 1. 5>"x >.i uI p n, ', '-- mere is evidently in-t.,,(iiin_ to a southern hour- probablyy escaped generall observation
Aberdeen, July 28.-Sailed, Jane, Innes, New. Frankfort, that the emperors of u.iSola and Aus- n' .u ,,'., ,|-m v epl.,y.,,nis t ,a- zUU. Duri" g th,? .peral....e ofthe embargo, the After peerrdting his own cla.ss'fication and no.
York. ta and the lng of Prussia wil, beyond all ,;and hon, i, the mit of th lrnz great merchants of New-England invested their eneclature'to the uta08st degree of which he wals
lt,.ch,.,lle, Jlv. '2 --Arrived, Milo, 1.'adley doubt, have aue-. tnu. very shortly at ,'i.'lit:; capital in mnanufactured. They have gone too far capable he bus submitted both the cousidara.ic"
Sti ar,.,h, ; ..N.,.r,_' ,' Webb, Philah Ir.b,.. where they will remain some weeks. Lord Cas- The Duke ,:,t W.Iburt..,r. has received every in such t,,i. '. to recede. Gt,,..,n,- ,uly "-ii.-Arrived, (.umjn.',., :><- tIhreach, it i' added, will Ie r.r:-. nt D -the repre- i,.-, k ,, :. popular -.,.i.,_., d fring his short stay in er stand or fall with the manufacturing interests, terary chiaracters of our c iiu'iry in other s ates.
berty, (L ,iie nt..n. ,,nlvl.'. el ih.. I:Me euL ,'.' ..iret n t:,rii ; :.d ilr h -E.r.:',rad- he a,,ge .,, ,,u simple uniform, and Coinmere- I ;he in ,> ,.....,ner exiled from the W here a change has been proposed in the divi-
i"at, A u-. 7 Femains, M int, trdal' lr -fi* n .." ;I Germany is stated to be fixed up. _-n...r ly unattet,..-. t.,:, t, .. ... ,. waters of -s.,'-!-, 1 ,,.J, l,,s already, though a ion, he has rioted the ,1 '., ,-;ii..,, did stated by
lerI.l, .. -- on this meetings,. ,::,- 1..1 l ,*.i.,- i ,. e ar id to exist in foreigner, become naturalized in the south Thia whom it was. ) tadle aand in like liianner be has col*
Yesterday Admiral Sir George Cockhurn was .lanp ,.;' hn rrr-,.. i l...ih... (..irr, at,,l in somein- *.*11 .:"' ,: to that portion oi" the United State. a lckei in lain s, all le terms ap ..r '".* r..,
From ','St ?...,'.n ir .L't. of Sel. 16. introduced to the Prince Regent, upon his return stance,,, ut r, do.I i., .!..,...I.I ,l--tin.y are how- .steady and ..r...l...,ii n;.i ..... rr r .. .pn r.- hiuh h ve eitherr o;(urred to h yi, o wn ind. or
from St.H elena. ever, ,.,., rt -i!:.. -, : ... i',. ,.u. arise alto 1e:1 ;,, '.'h'-' w,.w, Is, *t ..,11 i"*',inliiy c...,..! tuc p[i .,, '.h ha eit others station r by i hunin oher
The. latest.-- 1' I.jp Minerva, capt. iM.l-ne W e are happy to say that Prince Leopold was gether ,.o,., ',e .;,-t ... ", t._."-h,..,1,] by a total h,,,:..,1" Ih, "Ll-j. Parties, indeed, there always :,., r,.,, ,. ..,-:-, ; and thus, whether a drvisiorn
arrived yesterday afternoon from :London, ani so.much recovered yesterday, as to be able to ta!!e stagn.tr,.u ,:,1 ia,-;,,. .'., ",,l l.l: r. -n o,, nt want of will be, and it is desirable that thmre always should or a retrm h.s or has not bcen adopted by lhumsetf,.
u ui...u '.,e, | : -.dow t0.o he -th Aug. The Cou- a ri.ie on horseback:. H-e Serene Highness.called employ emong the iabomnrg poor. To re!ie-e be tuchi, but the parties irn our country Wil!i we theo..wh" isuey fu:.e*. him ; :. h. ,..,.; "' un are

"E Ell YOn H- IJWE"1jRALD.o

rendered possessed of the same materials on r which
his. ow.; jidgnment was origicallJ fornd
'io uch a deure-e f p.,I.cti., i,:J' d, do we
,f,: n .; ( r -, ,'.i:i ..i no. l bht, t .L % e e na vl e v tl.
turned to proposal '.-y I, I i. .,h'i o ...r amendai
tions, and lheel e : l. t .n te, er-nL ,I <.' i. i ortdato
parts of ib. 's,.-. i.
We .,..11i t1t1,1. the system deviwvd by MUi
W-o ,dward has, not been submitted to many others
within the State of New-Yo'k, more c-i,,m t-'i
tlrita ,,U l -vl' tr imdj e Wl it, i"bi'i and lu -,
gcst ij. r.. t I-,..; but. t i' n .-r tcL Lt .
its author, with some yen il,an f l'other States,
ivho are f. r i-ri i i... :i-., to receive an expla
Tni liin of tlie inn, ue1. t'l n i 't luty a bi:h "-.%,n,
tr. hiiu. aii. till m.i t,. the p.ubilic, to -- r-
outh sentiments concerning it, as they ,r elk11)
entertained by us, cht-.rishing the ti.re,,ti .
that ore judgments respecting it Will be, ever tu
nllyv .it in e iri v -rnt,,Il rt.'stc. adi i.,',i, l i'
thi.t ;|'f Jlr public, a brn it sLall becOme lull prO
e,?cl fi r :
I- c,' -IlJ not excu'Pe ourselves. if fter thea op-
portunity whicl, h. bLe-n ,pre- -n'i to ir,. and in
the manner in hlcih .ur r.trvatii.-n ia.- been in-
iledl, welshould hive r .l, ti-.il 1 vittaact the at
tention of the public to ,in .r it.rp ize of uch irn
*portknce to 'c;r.rLc, fand to our nation., ai ,that
which Mr. W,-,r.d.aI, with a spirit of e(x rin111
and Frprpv'orlni'e n..t alieh.i ur.ual, hais urdr
tak ., ar,Il ibi.h, Ir. ouur .,paron, he has succiie s-
fully accomplished '
J .T)1l'. Hr.NIlY HOnARlT,


The i .in Guie rtir -The tlilaor ol thL A.ltan.
Hl.. i.'t,F devotes the best part of his paper to the
all-intrsringii q-uciion of our next governor."
and laboiri mnrt ,ludAily to make gooul tLF clisr,'
of Mlr. Clinton. Those repuillticans who do not
believe in Mr. Clinton, p.-oro.e to submit it to the
legislature ,to d ,:r iniie itL qu :.ti.nit. uh/ithr thtri
1stalt be an election for governor or not This has
alarmed the editor of the iR-.gL.er and thus he
tr:a. the ubujecl :-
N,-, htiilotirt i' ri'i-rfiloln "I R tf ire xry ; and:
*h.,uldri ithe ciiizrins of .il rr) alone, ituri, n ut t..
the polls and vote for a g.-. ei nor. whilee the risL
d.ie ,of the p' :ople ofihc state should stay a: holme
lb,- p~ r-,in having titei nijurit of th h) thei Lit z:s ol AlLan., wovnuld be tieI lcgal rin
c-,iitittioiiinil governor (f the state. The citizens
cAf Al.i ny would in that c te Cthby the iijnict;.,,,
i the rlcn-tiuiluon, in exeir line the eleLttVe fr.iti
cbi e; and the nri-n-l.tr. or abarlonnmr.-nt tl lh,
right, by the residue of the t.,le, would be their
own rong ofi uiich they noul.1 ba-.e n., ii.lt n.
take aIunantage, in refusing ato c.infornm to tLe
choice so madleby the tiu'I[.,'All'tny. I,- r
our opinion, the reasons of which are so clearly
obvious, we believe to thie reeaiin-t cif;.i.ity who
has ever .iead the constitution, that it .,,lid be
waste of time and paper tO tnumerate or d,.tail
"LAs to the candidates proposed, we will not
pretend to say. that De Witt Clinton is the only
man fit to .,cceed Governor onipkins. There
are tnany men in the state capable of administering
the government, either for better or worse. Piut
wedo belie e.tliat nesiher party hasin it any cha
racter .'i nell qriuipfid for the police, in all respects
asDe V :t Clirinton."
The question is settled, that there shall be an
election, at least bythe Albanians, of a governor.
and n, mnian shall stand in competition with De
Witt Clinton. The editor is almost afraid to tru- i
himself to speak of I is wonderful, overwhelming
qualifications: however, at last, out it comes, in
plain English, as if to deisinat, the magnitude of
the great object which his mind was engaged in
c.,- trm ,platiug : "

la plain English we believe Mr. Clinton to
possess integrity and genius equal to those of any
man in ihe -ale ; and in acquiremrnii. twe believe
him t ob ts.-rctuor to any man, .ho has shevn
himself on the political stage."
This is plain English, indeed, and very ridicu-
lous English too.
In anotiler column taken from the Orangecoun-
ty paper we have the following :
The mind of the republican pert ofthe commu-
nity sert.* to o iallate b trwe. n Chief Justice
'Th.n,pson and De Witt Clinton, and here 1
think h- r state must be congratulated, that after,
furnishing the United StatpQ with \ ic%-prs-id.-.rt
of known lailns, iltegrity, and des aui-n to tih-
republitAn cause, they have a Thompson, and a
Clinton, -ither of whom would be a credit to any
state or nation, to make choice of for a chief ma-
istrate. I ht:re art three r-easnon hvtic I presume
will have influence upon the candid republican e-
lectors of our state, to give, in this case, the prefe-
rence to Clinton. : I
1. His election to the officeof governor would
restore union, peace, and good understanding, to
the republican party.
2. His election to the office of governor, would
mlre:- s acsnt no important place. and would give
an off-nce ito 'ne who has at present none.
S. He is better qualified than Thompson, for the
office of governor.
Highly respectable, as the republican party, at
presedt are, in point of number and influence, it is
still of great moment, that they should study not
only union in suffrage, but as much as possible
union in sentiment.
Admit that Clinton and his party, did act for
once, an imprudent part, his enemies must say he
failed in a great enterprise, and erred in the path
of arduous ambition. Have his friends ,.,fflnded
the other republ cans ? .,is.xe not he anild t.iy
long ago retrieved thenr character, satisfied for
their imprudence, that although ambitiousof pow-
er, they wished to use that power for the defence
of their country?
All now that his friends want for him, is the
offie of governor. rarely thii- i not much for one
who, at such a time, could obtain so nit., .r ,
gee against such/ t man s s Madison, already itn the
presidential chair.'
It is a matter of serious lamentation, that
there can be so little said in modern times, 'about
the religion of the great. I do not know, howe-
ver, that any thing is said against him in this re-
spect; and in those good qualities which I now
state, I presume all who know him will agree
with rue bth, Lh excels. He is ecsnonicaiin per-
sonal expense, generous and munificent in supply
ing tihe wants of other. He is a great student,
and of course a patron' to learning, in which he is
hisr.elf an adept5 &e. As a man it can say no-
lsing agai...t himtn, that he has had friends among
the Americanfedera/sl.st. As a politician, it says
much for him. that their friendship ha.,.not atLnci-
ed him to their peculiar principles, r ity inr,
tice and propriety, therefore, all plead that DI,
"Witt Clinton should be our governor."
Such is the language of those reliul,licins who.
ere called Clintonians; thily are sure thire promo-
.ion of his views would secure such a union ef the

party. Avery different opinion, it would seem,
i. rnt l uir, b i. t.ib... i ub.irciin., i6 sr may
judge f 1ie tlIs i.- i.i&'Sl .li- p I.. i as the fol-
-, ii:. .:xt.acti from the Democratic Press will
"' Oui .'i',l," ili -true,b a n.itbeen, nor pro-
bh.bly .d. ,il it v, ci caitro' lyy I,'e from indivi-uals
h I,. ..n r. ,y I. r a .1 io. iitn;, h m ke iat.
E. 1i 0 :I;ri I hr y i .l l i.. i 'b ':.,I l L- r if rl u i- i i : t -
in 1 l, l lrlrl'i'lh iu" l t l i S iiteript bi ltlalt ih
'ailed., airRi e b.- -, .a c.,tci-,-til -rig Provid nace.--
tvr bi-tOry iv.ill tree-i', lt u' itb nj tnorsb.?, effort
.. ih.lr- i'. i 'm th, ,h esi-'ldenliiil (c' "r ait tl,-
i-z' .I rIl' ai rev'iluti,n. rr W e i ft eol .et, too, the
-,-I ._r en. ,'a:y :t' a (ifiUon, whose virtue w ,.i
,.it -.,n,, rnou h 1, s itht'and th. allurements
I ainbition; sil-. ta. inot p-Aii s-0nrl enotlish 't
iii tiii.i ei.' ,-e hbe hon .n I" tb-. republic from
,tI hn tti.I rl' in' 1-llo. c. i.tn-.ut-butt ica,,Jcl itl
her -pnn anenmin- eto treul it irnrl I er 6- ilintr-il"ir
l.ird.,ult.t d y there i-r 'e r sr-h-.ri -i i"- fur tili hi
ihe 'Ietin"c that Gohd minnkr- mad th:.-re he mn. -i.'
t., .i@-irorv Can iE t b'Jt Irn-.r.le i ht ni, r e li ,l
tliat Uhe di.,peratll a mbiti. n ,.f a ,tBrr .iahthiv -
-i..r, ilte I i-lie;Et -3 of the r.puht'c. ha hl i r .
4, s'ed iii l ithe aart Io pro, tliri a 1-iiined ut-.lcer-
C;.,n '.n A A,.r I.Ir n, tharIr'.;ful ti tIr .ur : C-. hat -
be..-n opeon.d to Lthe trui char.cLtP .s1f Clifltlbin. who.
iiligll ,,i i' wi sei under a pctiei.-cd r-,grni fIor tinh,
republic, have gained cur confiiflr,re, iii the' mno-
mr nl archd it in.n itv wais no longer necessary to
.1,.s,.mulaie, and I l.en an oligarchy of his friend'
and the friends of England vould have ruled our
cotintry?" .
in annrtiitr plpr, having fr...aion to speak ol
the oppo-ition democratic nieetims latety got up
in several parts of.Peiin-ylhaidia, the i.dltor ob-
rve : ; .
They were" Cl;i,teran,'n," v. he the bribing
cocuinitlei-e. i Der it i Cit,'un r, re traversing the
pure soil of' Pnn-yltania i litpe to buy those
vies ith ..-)'-.u!J notottberir i- procure., When
Utis nanie ihteame unilpopuilar., tlly called them-
li es Dr, mscras r"uf ll, OiJ Sc/hool." This,
hljwevEr n...t being like to take. they set up:a'ntew
-<; fpllaiion. that ol "" O- o of', Ctaueustsus,"
,Vc. &c uBut ahat.-1vr names they assume, they
are just the same men-Mera who aim to destroy
the government. and Ito tsujpport l( initui! just as
th.: sitv aisl ai3 b.,.ly -ele, in or'dtr iu ,ll-Leact aini
di-r.r)y il- democratic party.
Slur It i, with one or two meetings that have
lbeen cunningly got Up here and in Lancaster coun.
iy, e. ndiris pip..u-ly phiit-hd in tle Aurora .as
holden by the oippoterIol cv:nri-.e-t and thli
I In-mici uil u4urfnition 1 1Ilntj ace uiIr old ene-
mies, the Clintonianasof itl, and are at the same
,i-lk-- nIlV ih- bN Work in tIn s6 i k list,: iii-,l..-, rril
.live a'uiiedl a rseii'name ; tlle I-rn.. r m l. Insg left
'lien in the i,'we ,,f scorn and contempt."
Lastly a Federal paper in Virginia, conducted
with. ability, and evincing that v-ersatliity t
talents so well suited to the editor of newspaper.
but who, I assure him is at too great a distance
from Netw-York, to be, possessed of a inon i-.lt.g
of our, politics us Lcintly inriirste to speak "of
them.with decision, has the following paragraph
Perhaip De Witt Clinton would unite a great.
ter number of votes than an\1 otbr mSan Were he
tm'e candidate whom ihe.ttd,','ri,:t s a/liald agree to
support, we think he would have nearly every
voteof New-York anMl Ni, i- rdariIl, ahd in thei
Middle, Southern ani Wei ern States, more than
enough to secure his election."
Aye Were he ?"

The following article from the last Aurora is
recommended to the attentive perusal of one Abra
ham Bishop, of New-Haven, and many others,
foo numerous to mention now.
We were informed by an eminent lawyer, ten
months ago. that the vessels seized in different
'parts of the union, for violating the revenue laws.
during the embargo, non-iatercourse and the war,
amounted to three hundred sail! If the amount
were only fifty sail, the following questions may
be asked, and Mr. Dallas, as secretary of the treat
oury, ought to be competent to answer the questions,
honestly if he can, forcibly if he must." If there
be a spark of intelligence and integrity in congress
ibis matter shall not drop here.
What is the amount accruing to the U. States
from seizures of the above description ?
In which of the public returnsof the treasury is
the amount accounted for ?
fow many were condemned ?
How many were released by secret orders from'
the treasury ?
How many were released by district attornies,,
whereby the revenue was defrauded-smuggleyrs
rewarded-and the attorrnie ben :liied by the com-
promise ?
Of the vessels so condemned, how many were
released by the president in contempt of the con-
stitution and violation of the laws ?
Of the vessels under these circumstances, how
many were protected against the lans, by district
attorneys attd district judges, in states east andti
south of Pennsylvania ?
WInat is the amount of fees received by district
.itorit.d fram smugglers, as a consideration of
their moderating the force of the laws in their
private character as lawyers ?
If the delil -liould take away the lawyers in
their private capacity, who took fees from smug.
,glers, what would become of the district attornies
in several states ?
[How far does the preceding article explain the
nomination of the Secretary of the Treasury to a
seat in Congress ?]
[What is the number of vessels and amount of
property that might justly have been seized, for si-
milar violation of the above laws, but were bought
off, by bribing collectors ?J-.Ed. i. Post.

Wholesome Emigration-The Nethertand ship
Vyf-Gebroeders, in 84 days from Amsterdam, with
250 passengers, has arrived at Philadelphia.

Emigraiton to SouthsAmerica.--There has been
in this city, for a few days past, a soi-disant Spas-
ikh Patriot General, who passes himself, together
with a Captain J-'-t, as agents from the Inde-
Spendent Government of South-America, for the
purpose of procuring Mechanics to emigrate t1
that country; but most probably to convert these
men into soldiers to serve their own purposes, and
have already engaged mman thlI,.tir,.,si young
tmen. Is this not a directs i,-iiinin thlie laws of
.the United States, which prohibits citizens of this
country from joining with any foreign power in
thti- contests ?
The writer of this wishes the patriots of Sotlh-
Atnerica suetss in their undertakings but believes
it a duty which he owes to his countrymen to
arm thilem against engaging in an, expedition,
where they may expect certain death ; and, pos-
.,s.,i). when in a strange ptontry, far from- their
Iomes and friends, to eaprsience the treachery so
.cotommon among Spaniards.
I-h-ull ln,,it ha, entered to publish this, had I
no: prr-,.,arly known the circum'stances wliicth at-
tend the expedition, and had very neatr been caught
in the trap myself. AN AWs Li1IC.AN',

P. S. The General and his assbciate are about to here on Saturday evening, in 5 canys from Havana,
pr,e.' t Phil,i p..,, ,dlfroL the te t., i~ si.;. weal tt, einrlii s it; n, i :. .I.1? .. -reriipe for
rmre ,:,, I I:cl. l, .l place tt.y bhavr vessels rei;s : P, s- ,. t ...,i, i to I ,,,i opp, difin rnt
..tir- .' li*2 r inmis*.- A yres) ro a ewdays. kdi- tlie authority of Fediiiatd was daily exspreted. It
lor.... .|l,~ ,', th.-'b t;ic' z f, fiend y to the Well was alo t ,,.i'..l .|, ,, i .r ,,. .\ ,tehl.i,. e.,td, that
fare of A merican citizens, will i "' Ih li th t000 umen, a.].I. r tl. ..n rri,..l ... r.'r, l i( .,' I-
above. r' ]ev~-York. S'pt 19, IllT were. ahlrb t i.olii l p..i.. ,, il.1..1, nil:.l t IIr t
cily ofH-a ,- '. ]!. I .. ,' I'..- t'r Ii '. '. lt I 'l
From thie ZVationalInleligenctrrSept 17. r1 e.l upon, e ,:rnr....t a IUt is .- Iuh.. ,ist, : km....,
SSpec e a tienrh ts.- t-,' .- .,,o *...c ri. all the th..r .. r,', l. 1 I ,,' ,. re. .i irt r,, h..r

on the h nzt. I.-r.i, re h-..r.r, r t ,z .o r portsb f the isla nrd n bay1 ,.c l-,:- I Ire,! .
some generate coursere-f,-c ;i bh, esr apLo-1 dn-n d u-,ii; ,intoati -..i .. .
specie p, rmrr-il.. Thi, .l.lnb,_.r lns rsJuhr l iu htr,, ,h,,r i -On.Ti -'i,l,,y e'mn i'.' l-.1 ,
i6 ,r Ori,"ntv .. ted b5y ,,ns,_, I l: .. l r0,t tl,,r-h.i rJ'
tesoled "hat itwobuli not be safe or prudent I ,I i, m ,nr. It d tur riy ,n
f-r the Banks of Ohio to regimee the payment of hour a a.,,:t sned by 3to IItA r( Iain.-
their I n1.1,161 it '' Ott lull ib.' ','C .-1E(AFl f "The the ndt r nd i hinl,-,"% Cit. trecot, nd..u'. (." "-7
t ir n., e ir, q,,.-cie inl I the ,.a) ru.nt ,1f t i a ',,,r t h ,,the, i
h.ill become general at the arnks oif the Allan- liqutc .-cal' :. i and isi the l 'tter the whoil
tie cities.- l rJcg a i y -,.,- T -.ri an t inilen the latter the whole
p ,R .solev ra fS 'Th, th4t a -,, -.n as it sha ll l 'sIrI r a.'Brr.,-rh e ,-r'rtd il rrru im tt rl. T i-' I,,ci qi flu;-,
t iMed that the- payment el s, -cie. hall become struck il, many places, but, as far t I i. h.' e Il,arr,
t ,ic l :, tl,- Biai ti ir .ulr l tte c tllu o the ed, noseriou. iTiure has been sustainedl. l The
i.,nki,, ,l- (lli,-i h je rr..pl Ir i i it' ,I and house of 'Tr .1 Dun krn, 'in :ull-,L itna4 si r l-
PH.l k ..P la 1i i -l .e L- 1 ., -1-. C t- to u u t s the i eyi d em o lish ed a n d .i l th n-. i I ....-
plel h ,l,, ken. The frot tenement of Mr. C.h Fuitsintmous'
Fresoet. That these proceedings be signed by ern.Te fi teer tof r. C Fttzsio -
Elie president antd secretary of this rnl'enCrri..ii, trd rtv rali ze ,rf t ,-A ,es, corner .of Bay and Fitzsiin-
'' I t the.president conlinnflicate a copy thereic tof mOMO t % al--s ..J-i, ., i .cire tl, ut l i
tthe '-ir, e a,,y ol the Treasitry of the U Stntesias i,,j.,ra,--hj .i-haift ',,- .n, .ti g, r lr .p ut E -I
their rn;r tr to Il; circular letter ofthe -2d ofJu-. a l* F.tle ,, hr.'. i ,- s id itllg,l r. i ,,r ,d ,.,
ly last. I u re .t .pent 11t lurce. N itlih tlt ,I:.in' Sl ,l, ibir
Fr'nrth/e ', '' t,/ '17 injury than melting the leaden pipe lil eli c. ,n-
FrTmh the ,n,,:,ii-l.-i (.r. in this town was o-. ,cts the water into the cistern. One or two
The -,,n>. ,,-,-.. in ths town wasclo- ^more :houc, ut,-,I,,-;irr. ware struck, but
Fed yesterday at Ibhee o'clock P M.. Our repre- ave hot war, par ticul.r So we shade tiree ii u
rnl..,tiir s it.e r lhoi en at the fi-st t .all,..t 1. it th h -ie .hot .L p a felt tic t.e f Sie trees in:
c-.j..l C-.1 i c,t t ithstanding HIr' .i I. ..r ra -t the i

ble weather we never gave so iIr lteua raie vtei
in this town-.-and we were much gratified ;.Lt
out- fl ind- at Weit.-H1tl'ftnIi -. generally came in,
to r.-i.- li 10 cd:em the pedgeewe gaveafter the
spring election.
At the first ballot l;icbha-el Olcott, E q. had
S'421 votes
Sti alter;ng federal vote 13
434 3
Dr. Sylvester Wells (demno) 870

Federal mnijority, 64
Ud b-7liT. ; Wiiii3aqi, Esq. 4 2
SlcaeLriing flideral 9
S: -SO .
Dr. Wells, S67-2 scat. 869

Federal majority 6
Highest federal vote for assistants 08
Highest democratic do. .338
[Shubnel Orbiwold and lR-nj I n-man were hlct-
ed in East-lartford. Charles Denison and Seth
P. Staples for Netv-Haven. Ezekiel P. Belden
and Fred.Robbins, for Wethersfield. Oliver Ma
their and Elisha N. Sill for Windsor. All the a-
bove geiitl-emen are federal.]

From the .'-.-.Orlea., GaVraette, Yug. 15.
We learn, that on the 17th July, two U. 5. gun.
boats, commanded by Sailing-miaster LooMis, ap-l
pared off Fort St. Mark, built hy the famous Colo-
nt. Ni'.:l.l.tI, l A't'it.,bhierl'i. midshipman Lough-
'r'ruh aind tl.,,c c i.if.n, rowed upi the bay in a
b'i.-, iM p r cure i.ini.r Alter. proceeding some dis-
taace, they -.I L IIt i, i-,r.,l b .1 negro on the sinsore,
in a manner tallni :spiepre:l tin le friendly, and when
they h d i-,ppr, ,i h-Id I lim. they'received a heavy fire
iof niuik, try, ,in,,ci kL-_n. iind wounded all the pparty
but one, who escaped by swimming to the opposite
side of the bay. One of tie seamen who was wound-
l, uai l ag,.ild fri-om the boat and burnt alive by
tlht. s. tn.h l, ilt, n lI..ing first tarred his daly. v ll
ies enge lii. lii r.itrnage, the gun-boats opened' their
fire upol tthe t.jrI In.hl: in a little time was blown
up, hy thle first hot shot that was discharged. A I
the garrison, which was a mostly collection of Indians
altd ruui-away tegroes, and ewas commanded by one
of the latter, were killed or wounded by tie explo
sion; tlhe wounded, (about twelve in number) were
taken by a detachment of troops and friendly Indi.
an-s, under eoimaesd of Colornel Clinch. It is saitid,
that some hundred British uniforms were discovered
in the fort, packed tup in hogsheads. The number of
men in the fort, when the attack commenced, is sup-
posed to have been r3300.
It is a happy thing forn the adjacent American, as
well as for the Spanish territories, that this band of
brigands has been exterminated. Appalahicola lias
long been a reer sti.lc fort all the run-away negroes
of Georgia, I ci.rincee, the Mississippi Territory,
and .Pensacola; and for all the hostile and outcast
Indians of the Creek and Seminole tribes.
The hot shot, which proved so fatal to the eleves
of Colonel Nicholls, was directed by Sailing-master
BASSET, at the distance of two miles from the fort,
and is another proof of the unrivalled skill of Ameri.
cans in the use of fire-arms: he was highly extolled
by Colonel Clinch's Ind'ans, who gave him the title
of the Little War -Captain ;these people were lost
in astonishment at the wonderful effects of the can-
About 3000 stand of arms were found in the fort,
part of which hasarrived at the Bayeu St. John, in
the General Pike.

(HARI.E4TON., ept 9
.Such b i benen l 5 t .i. l-t. I .1t1 ;gnt ini;. uof tI.t ;-
ness of'every Ikind thro.ih lb i- hi -olk, timt s.nir re-
marks will be almost useless. The oldest mer *
chants assure us that itb, have never hef. rn-
known business so dull tihe fr-'.i week in Srpt-rnr
ber. Nothing is'doing in dry goods at pri itl
sale, and if an article is bifered at auction, it,.is
either sacrifici-d .:.r ii hdir is n .
Cotton and !-iC --l-.tn, in :a t m r ]'.-mthi '.r.i it" lrt
week ; hut s'i-:a ;.'.te 3 i l'i-nltl.
Flour and !norin-The prices bf those articles con
tilm.u i,- tii Ihe rine CT, c .,r th---e ci r.- i
Flou r i-, .' iecr. slsIl I' l i he it -n ci i-i ihe
r e ai l is l r th ic -k, Il l,-,it..rtL ,sJLn r e Of Llo ,['l i:tr
-sate of the article here
Gi .i rVi.-- l, ins. 111 $ 'iAt 'ii'i le ii.l4' i f the
U n11 -l 0 li-. Il n'tinn r.-'l 'it ii t u ..- l ,ris- l iPuL
6 ,:,1llsr i4t ,i i'i trt h WL el, itl" tb r quallr L.,lc "
r-, ill'' c i i sin but holders generally are noi -.lp.-ed t',;,I .i a lower
price.. l
l N:r il St er, .- I ,n re are :, -le e.x, l.t .it rL..1;,
and none at present afloat.
Staves-No sales.
iepor if /'nsital salin.for u',.k past.
Cotton-Sea l.laend ii te' p,,i. I L.
Santee, &c 4A2. rioniinal
Short Staple, 5 a e8l
Rice-Good, $ 4 S a a5
Flour-Ilihi -,I1 I,1 it superfine, $10 1-2
Richmond., 10
Baltimore, 10
Corn, $1 I0 a 1 25 per bushel-Oats, 70 cts
Coffee-Best green, 21 a 2S cents-Old, 19 a 20
Treasury Notes, 2 per cent advance
E' .-L,-i'.i'-. r(n T.umndon-8 a 9;jier cent premn.
..cit,. I'.cml.r..- S'per cent premium-dutill
ll.-- -.n Ili.-t-..'ai t sight, 8 per cent advance
i iw\ I-n I;,, i a 2 pei r rnt advance
1Philadelphia, 5 a 6 ..-1' cint disc.
Biltimore, 8 a 9 per cent disc.
North-Ct.'orliinu Stali !.ik Bills-- a p., ct.disc

SHERN, (N. Y ) Seap ember 17.
important trial. -On Fridtay last caine on at
the Circuit in this county, L. ft,-re 1. 1...1-.. "t 1,,
Platt, the trial of Peggy Bourit. n i ai.il **io.liio
Fitch. It was an action brought by the pluidntiff,
to redoverl damages of the defendant, for the loss
of service of the plaintiff's daughter, who had been
induced, uuder'false aRtlI fraudulent pretences, to
become the wife of the defendant, who, it nppfear-
!d, had a former wife living at tie time. The ju-
ry retired late on Saturday night, and shortly
returned a verdict of five thousand dnlIars dam-
ages. We do not deem it proper to state any thing
rnore respecting this trial at present ; uint ste hope
shortly to be enabled to lay it before the public,
semwhat in detail, in the form tqf a pamphlet.

Coal-Fire.-As the subject of having coal on board
Steam-Boats, as a substitute for wood, has latterly
attracted considerable attention and speculation, and
considering the complete success of it, as very im-
portant to the cities of New-York and Albany, we,
the undersig ed, consider it our duty publicly to state,
that we arrived this morning in New-York frion; tie-
lattor lilacee, as passengers in the Car' of Neptune,
JRoorbach, master; that. the passage was as short as
usual, when using the best of wood, that tihe steam
was kept up apparently with great ease and regular-
ity, and we are satisfied of its being as good, if not
better than pine wood.
Canltin Roorbach states, that he has been anout a

NOTICE. fortnight in bringing the experiment to its present
It may be of utility to some of my fellow citi- state, during which time, his trips have been very
zens whose affairs call them to the Spani-h colo. -irregular, and sometimes unusually long, buit that it
nies, to learn the following circumstances. As, was owing to want of skill in building the furnace,
whichh has untlergone -..ter:, ahr t;,-, t 1-. t .
by virtue of a certain' law of the ladies, the Spa- pe(ience i h ...derge ,. .-: li, .,l- rI,. .,:i to tn,e
niards have arrogated themselves the right of re- engine getting cons.,dCrb:e outn of order'. .
fusing to admit any foreign consul in their Aneri- WWiliam Neill Samuel Prince .
can ports, whilst theirs are received in the places Johnl Hone Richard P. Hart
belonging to other nations, a stranger cannot N. Ashley Wrp. Edgar, jue.
countupon the protection of to consular agent JacobLe Roy D])avid Clarkson
when arrix iin i.. a. Sqlisih port and he isexposed Eav. Robinson Joseph Chamberlin
to every h-, A'l,, ic o-I ding to the interests or Alexr. Queen Roger Sprague
caprice of the subaltern tyrants of those countries Frienl' Humphrey Smrl. S. Seymour
I is still worse if you have not thought it nees- James Fisk N Christy
sary to obtain a passport from the sa panItl consul Robert It. Law Josiah sel,..-I,,
at the port were you start. Oil my return frotn Robert Grant Wmin. Hurlbert-
Puerto Rico, havin- il-,ipi,-d at Baracoa, I was u.
assured that the ; ,,b c:,,,s at New-Orleans evaps from London Ppers
had written to the government ofilteldand of
Cuba, that it nmi.,iht c.,.nil.r as pirates, all those LONDON, Aug. 1.
who went from Loutisiana to the Spanish dominions Eseas;efrom execution.-Th'lomas and John Car-
without being furnished iwith a passport from him. sons were tried for the witful murder of C. Cassidy,
In fact I had committed the crime of having dis- at Eilmainhanm-wood., in the county of Meath, o-n
p, n- .r uli hbatt c,.i. i.vy, and c -. ..1 y of te the 11th of June. 1800. A verdict of ,i. n, ....
having deprir.d the on.,nsl of his customary fee 1 found against. Thomas Carson : the other prison-
was not permitted to land when the vessel stopped -er was acquitted. The Judge, (Kelly.) then pro-
at Havana, a guard was put over mte on board, and nou'nced sentence of death on Thomasa Carson, d.i-
that which relieved next day did not fail to ask erecting that the execution should take place ono
where is the pirate PP Friday morning a't 8 o'clock. At 5 o'clock on
Asl have never committed any crime against Friday morning, 1 brother of the prisoner canie to
the Spanish government, and that nothing can be the prison to see the unhappy culprit. aind inforus-
more foreign to me than any tlLinr; like prh eV I ed thb genoler that Mr. Wainwright, the clergy-
was strangely asia Ii it-d to he -i a ) ,I-il' in- cills d ; I man would attend in a short time, to pray with,
andlIcounsel all those of my fellow citizens desi- all administer the sacrament to, his brother.-
rous of making similar voyages, to obtain, by Tne learned judge had from- humanity directed
means of a few dollars, this lucky passport,, in or- that his relations should have access to the prison
der to be e-.seu.pi fiou, caiuninini,o denunciations ner, so that his brother was permitted to go into
and arbitrary dt'tenli,-n. the condemned c,;li to him. IIn some time after-
FRANCIS ST. AMA.NT. the gauler- came to acquaint his brother that the
Joseph Vidal, Esq.. of Concordia, opposite the tilne was very short, that his orders for the hour
city of Natchez, has picked and ginned cotton of of execution were percaiptory-and that, if.the
this year's growth : captain Gale, of the stean- clergyman Was expected, they had better send forl
boat New-Orleans, arrived yesterday morning, him, it being nearly six o'clock. The brother of-
-brought down one bala, 860 pounds, of this cot- 'fred to go fotr him, and accordingly did so.-
ton, it is of a superior qu flity, 56 cents per pound' Shortly after, M'r. Wainwright catue ; arid beiurg
has been offered for it. This is a very extraortli- shown into the cell, continued a Iong time inprauy.
nary production of the earth, but a few days more er with the prisoner. Eight o'clock wasapproaich-
, than four months from the timer the seed is put into Sing, wien lthe gaolelr cause in, accompanied by
the ground until the cotton is picked, ginued, bal- the prisoner'.s uncle; The ciergynman then totd
ed and in market! the priannir that lie hared in time to inse, thaet lii
uncle was come to nee hinm, and would conimuni-
C'IfARLESTON, Sept. 10. eate with him in the administration of itihe sacrta-
Prdm llavanna,-Zy the'achlir. Antelope, arrived nmont. The prisouer entreated to be aihuwned to

pray a liitle- long-r v.il'.Ich n.i ; p:rmilled, andl I'-,
l -, 1 ., i .,,. EiLI ,[ il,,. v b I. ,,l J .-I i)n ;
a _.lti, h l ht h :a.i-.!.r I I -f. trnii:" i'lte irr EI wr't.It h;
rose from the traw oin which .he was I., rt.:.
and welcomed his nncle, 1 II,- Inter I tsrtidl back
.* ,..ij -l.r., .'. .' .i', l, .I...t G :d!l H r-,r grief
hali- le. i .bir.,-li;--canrroti be Tommy.! .Ann,
looking nea., r'- -..,%," b.el het, tis is Antho-
ny Carson VW 'l The ceruyvmnn wIas nmar.7d- ih.
I' l '' n stairs, uitI discovery IlIlt the

no other than the coaviet himself, who had not
bought proper to return. Coming back into bia
Ietl l tii c.' I cried out in t ns Ir:e. 1 1 -oir bro-
thir i ;:-,o-A utt. what shall Ii... ? am ruined n'?
i, ,-tIf (tried Antony with great surprise,
Oh't He has taken away ny big coat." It ap-
i. i i r,;, ',, 't iitr r -in s, ',N ir. ir lnl bfnlhr','nV,
,'lsc a ii, iln? I0dnie cdirn t-, irn nd iil) r| in' itta-
*iz. arIl l r : a Ifn..- 'l Cli.. :.i ;t, had i come to
the prisoh wrappild icn a !'it:.? rrlat-c:.al,, which he
t&ve to elit. '-ims t, >bile the gaoler was hnlock-
ihg tlt .eril ; It.,,piLtd it this coat,,attended bv-
she gaoler, T1ioirita passed n.Il rhe doors of the pri-.
i, I rI tiL lt.c itl E d I.II, Il i I nI-, I t liestreet, fhrom
vhe- cet, in ,'-i-i, t pp.n-i i r. E -he.ii,..n, h looked up
1-t o'i. l pr'r ? ..i.,n t..r exi ri r nd passed on
3 il s.. 11 W 'nit i -, ,'% Irh., .t-. Notwithstand-
ing the most diligent search, no tidilgs iave yet
reen learned of himi. The brother 'was detained
In pri.u, r t. i ,- e.J a1 t.,' it., I.d itn,,ur in aiding
iLr. --ii.ps- -{ 'i ,r' P,,.r r
On Fi i.liyi Is-I, i s M skt ('lanursfon, wife of
M r. llichaid ('l,.i-.,n, ,, H ide.,i; ljr..n, near
Lei'ls,, I t i. oil I -i-ta i.r Foime litle pal in the ha'-
bit .,I .ii a "-mil lI:--.tl. ,- t,-\ -,me ac ident
..' i. i, blr, h i i,ii r.i ; nick sin hl r thrdat.-
3 n-lit.- i -.. : ni ..- ua. itii.rhtly f, r-o ured and
the t ..',lLl. 4" V it[l Irr.a ili. iLlinly KLIl.l.K idJ but
silt- I ;:jld .-I a Ii- iiL. i.u %I, hit.l li tdj in et le.ic'C

r. rm, nc ,',, i Mi:rl. -il I.-;.-Il, -.,;r,.,t i-) t [ e N ew -
-I.. lr ..l..-.[liitt e.i tI r,. of. ir.i 1.1 \icn icati
.., t l. .. I. ni.. ,, i ;r l. r i C i., Ltri. gi hr tltree
inchiri r t.i ..., i, n.I ri 11. I li.,, i. c.. l lie slab;
,. ,,l 4 n,, i. it i l.i, ii- ,,f t i.r ,i,,-_' structure, and
imii ,, : ihl '.i.iI ,. lIe Ir.. I -A n-. ii ,l ii rt.f
ilc,-si Niir, airl d Kln;,, li ol e l Itn i- i,,. l s. rIr.'rry
ii rt-'.iw 1.1. .'.l,,: .J ,..i .[i ,n ,- 11,,e receipt of this
e\l..iil.[n .in.]ilr, tsnti -r ii.,, ik farMr ore coil-
,,.r- lh. 't.ze, r Irir t -,r,.,r1 r'?l I, tM r. M ele lier,
in't,, Si- i,,IiL .' 'li, hl IML a1i t'iVirni, g ifr Dr.'Alit-
I. I ill' i n I. i In r-. i ,' u ,> I'l.e dim tensions of
ili trionr- .,r, is i .1lin tr., :,In i,e foot andI ten
withes, length fie -feet, sr,.l-I thiiec,_ two inches;
ri l.;r. i i,,- .i" i. o Lui ,i six huindredl a ind for-
i ..'ili-ic .ile; r i-l t e,,' i |,.. a t ; w1:,,. i w heri
trel.l..n, o'.,Ilil ,ii i ,. ,n I a ,,k. i ,| i forin ards ;
whlien suplorted- at the two t eii, .i,, th.e tiidle
*' ... ,l --l: r.t "i ,., -t l t : -', ;,, f',' l i,, I
-iih. "itl rl ,i. r nt i.c tsr. soil-",nI inii-
li, r ,r I -[ t i .i .., i ii. l i i I ni ti. c -. .-i ftrra

1morr rr,,r,.,' i, 1,he Anertican A'itne-alorgieal
Joutrnal; ..l N' i V,.tik n'r..l -hl\l -,.i contains the
S,, ,, il. ,i 1 o, d aii lu e. ..
A ri-etchl ira1 r gipgt bo11r 1 t, i.l in rca- o,f -,n o.li-
rnahceitsued by the Trel'- i itL t aliris. c--ncsr,.inK
1] I, ; ,: r ," zr I ,- ,r ,I ., i- .II 1 ,, I i nI.: ; I I
.f 'v i I -,- aofd Ethe -.'Il-o, f, r, alrs in .,aIl anI
'toacco. Some of l'it ". d.,l i ;ron- deserve atten-
tion in tIthough they ate more appli-
-abletir tit m--i .- f 1, I;r :'nt nd v ,f jrif .
T hli nr I q, .. 1 i-| .- ;,:.n ,lir.r ,: f i -. ,r .nt irt p, ,.c-
0i ,n1 rt hie i t. Il t f it pp. r vessels an uitein-li
eniplcved by iri-.. t-il, ,i., ; inn--keepers, re-
I, ,o' ri-i, |i trrv -ook s, pork-bn, har, &r r, ii h-
,*, i h,-l i" i, ,Ihn .11 tt ntiep,,hL ,h th l ,,-,,: .-.7 f
ascertaining 'he,,..al'ihy il h. -M i .( ,-'. i ,, A
it nsils as may lie found .i o-I.n-l i,;rn,ec t. ,
'hall ie sp iz,,d and sent to l oef oiie i: ':, :,-;,'. -.\i
ti-inr s",lers are :' ihl,:n I.- in r c; ,t rni c.it,
:it'h lead, the dealers in salt aid tobacco to to e-
ploy copper scales, arld cow-ieepers and milk aitdi
reni-ers to mi-rs to d sit milk incopser "mapels, up-
d!er I,l h v ofw coifit scaion atd'a t, li it it0 i ,-i ..
'he .1nt, ;in salt and tobacco are to ar,e tin
-cales. ,
reri. 1) -* --.1 goivn of white soft satin,
cut low all' i, oinl the back a'nd bosom. The
skirt gored, and a deal of fulness thrown behiride
'he body, wbi It is d s,.l)oistl ii mall plaits, dis-
plays tha slope 'to very great advantage ; it is
trimmed round the boso' with a wreath of small
white net roses, with a little tuft of pearl in the
heart of each. Long blue sleeve composed of
white lace, anl fitiihed d la ariesitnne with a
rich double frill of lace ait the wri.t. The skirt i
ornamented, in an exquisitely tasteful style, with
a broad lnlounce of rich blond, surtmourited by a
wreath of roses and deep scollups ofi white net,'
tlit. pu.11ii. fi which are f inihtlid by bows of white
utii ,tn :r,.I "'l The lcrl'e.t of this trimmingin is un-
commonly beautiful. Hair, cropped and curled
fail in tile back oftli neck, anid dressed lIight and
inch parted in the. forehead : it is orntneintetl
with a superb white ostrich plume, at tihe base of
which is an ;rigrette of ditnionds. Neck-lace,
ear.ringq, sil bracelets also ofdiiamond. White
satin slipper., and white kid gloves.
uclkjing Dress---Hound' bUross. composed of
eambri, a ri, a n duie with lace. The bod is let
in with a profusion of lace. Plain long sleeve,
very flul, cwxe;et at the wrist, where the fulnesa
is confined by snall lait: thbe sleeve is finished by
a double frill of lace. Over thit dressis a peiisse
of blue and white shot iarsnret, lined it;h thiime
sarsnet, and trimmuled with white sbEin.- 1 hIlm
sleeve, which is very full, is'finished at Ii, ittii.
by a cutffand bows of ribband. The pelisse is made
fialf high, andl fitishcd at the neck by a triple fail
ofrich lace ; the th-oat is bare'. Tlhite satn hat,
cfa form unt i,].,rr'lv n.)vel mid elegant; it is
lrnp.ld up i .... 1 ir. it ..-:, whi'h gives it an air
of peculiar srnc rtness, and orinatuented with flow-
erbs, disposed in a very novel and tastfu[ Bstye--
White kid gloves, and blue kid shoes. Parasol
to correspond.
Morutrir1, fisilinrg Dress--White muslin dt'esqs,
made partially low, and trinmmedl with a profusion
'of fine yI-,. it,, 't .e antd sleeves, with three
niarrowflounces of lace round the border. Cot-
n-tte composed of tlle aInd thite ~ atin rib.band,
with the ends uifastenod, and snrmouitedtb iv n
fcll half wreath of sirn'ltf Provence roses. T'lhe
baii' entirely partedl from the forehead, and ir-
rn-nteil in fill crurls~oni c-sib sirea Gloves amt!
shoes of very palp. pink kii.
t'nr, i ,, "'.. ",a, i- trsss--'ound bigh dress of
firn. .-* I :ir.r.,- ,.- .... t tnislin, ornaerniitedl at the
bottom with four rows of Vanrlyck trirn:ainn of
rich embro'oidlery, srntoiintci br u llounrcr v'tn-
dykesl atthin edge. Full sleeves of muslin, a lis
]ucehcsse de f"erri, conirned by baunrs of embroi-
dteredl ;aihriric, aud surimounted by imperial wings
of cleer muslin. Treble rirff of broad laer, aid
ses't oft muslin, tlie ensfs triruraee with lace of a
Vanrlvck pattert'. S, nirret of Leghorn, urnstn-'
in '.h- e', is 4 tlli e rst of litliin eorno, ailrt turned lil
:hCth'1 iih'ont. ilrnestf lilac kiil. The hairpin
lull cn IIt dr-e'ied forwvarsi.
, 6'e,.,'at Ol.,.rrsratlut!rs--Caps for morning visits"
or ri'cei'ving friendly ili-riier parties, a't chriellv of
whittt {ti/fe, orantientt d with fine Itfond, anid half
-wreaths of ar.cy flowtrts ; the cap reskotned most
elgaintt for the theaistrt, n"r fur a d!sessel iiiier
tat-iy, is forriird of lilarek tll'e an'd pink satin,
with a full wr'et'ih ofr run tnl liit ru'es. Cor-
netles for undre-is sill pr! seil ; artsl young ladies'
seL'(i.luin weve, arty otirer hesdt ot i(t]nritnt Iteiri I Ie
]tair crowned on thie smrtn.it withi' a tess- rrsFs5 on;
rit' lantls e eg nntuy iulleir'wor'-trn ,ti!ii tIhe lia'r--- -
W hite satin luaoflncs, i':ioronedl in' froet !ii's.-a (5;.i,-
Ire wat!rn" by thre tio.t n'ntronly i attllrui fl.>tvir-' irs i',
half-dress cat's tre uirivi'.rtlii.

'" + ": ": /' P~r C, 1, c `,1.6 a ie, -.n : ,o51,nrplw;`0 in ii;I~l:ng pe, unixe brpgeh~, ..we, ", "%I "It. I +I
algcTs, teller .crnstrenrin, Arn, thc<> ...rn.ld. irnlitr it I '.-.il.-4 I ,eq rl.' t .) 'yr. i i n firr. C.Ic I.-, p-tlll fM ieJ .-n the pers. Fp&efa in i ding (IIP r e tiiDpiurnpslcrrdElie, o trdea r i Daniel .-os, E'q :tit tuie "'
rpe m rf t in favour Ir the Ia,. .. r ..f I,"i ,th i --- j er u I-hinil t. 1ait Iu ,.,I 01 tI r... liu.n ho:.0 e i. ,.. i 'Ai ;, I Ill-cr ?e 1..' i c.Led il ri..h i.iiu.r--t lse m uch l;.?.r, w aTere.I sevr rely. .ihe C uurtol'f(coum on PleasoCl' ex county"'
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,; Itie 31lia Nuova. 1 I ,T.m ,'nl hb n b. i u -:tra iii i -nt ..I a.I Il l ,,,v.r.r- ,f ih- pi-, it .," iuA l; l i' I t'.E.,r a-.i-.."...: .,..I as "T'.";-' 17;t:-.., ,I' Fihih lMin i-ter, pa- di, in..,Ilvent debtor, nto ew ci.-;e, ;f n7 theL y ha-e,.
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-, -,.. i .,n ,. ,Ma-,r -r. i ,,-: rl ian I Irl. h .. em. r tIirmrn o.; war in t.'l harbor, ,h iti' l" a .Yi r 0 1to ,ier. .,Th truth i there were aon. savin what they cold of te caro, angels and Bai-es, Irish Li.ens

i-.ti ,, ,,11 r, FIPjyi~ia~oua n mo e e ed suspicious of us aird hauleil into dork, as ar~e two Zanesvilesv ine in Mn>.liim;uin county. Ste:- while ther.'.h le I- ,11, tiat a tessel fr-om- this, Shawls of every .!-,-cry ior.;u nepirdS fipendiEr?
,. r.ii.. Ii i. 1 di r. ",olcott, like Mr. Jel- soon as they discov ,,red whl.op ,rei Th] y have i,.,1 he otllerl rn S lnto River. W h hnwe made Port, bound to N. *1,rlk, had ,, l. n in with a raft, Cotton Ferrets, d lat, amln calrl worihte and
-, ir. 'r > -. r' i,.- ,il. l f i.m L. : l sick 6I1 1hi- "M. A rn, i .- a...aranti, e of t.f e tv-one .'. i .1. ',.,r o eeji' were w .I p, Ipred to fid to ,. ing ,- i' n kil ,o h, i .I ,, f. ;,,r! li .- .I.ien; that she tton ,o e ..I.
,, ,, .. l -, n ^ l ~ r ,, l .Mn I 10o -,e-e Ii i.1ei- D o~ li nlca r w eii R~ 0 th e -, L ;^ : 1 ^ ;
,a Item, %,_h,, n i.n r e lisrti i-'t. ,-,bs.I. i r ly bI -". + I L JI .I I i e-.W h l '. I,< n.I' i .It, J. r .. l i.. had gI hold of tae .I+,, ', l,;d .l da it a cbl'n r

7 I L -4 11. Il 1 1111 p l l I lp li e I Ie o ce lLd t1e1city o '1f 1. 'I. I I l I l .ll% r1T O N S e p t. 1 I S 1.o u l I th L .a-1.:f1 W l n'-o l h V.. 1 pra1k .I,, -)- Ju! s re c e iv"i p Ih ,7 1 i n teri)y ,
I j_ uf t f ,:t ,' ,I v.. L, mi.,jr-.A w c,:, \ i. 4 t .h .I. ,. 'I 11 1 11 I,1.... I ,, w. 1 ;111 ,0 v II,l ,i; l, 111.,, L-31' 6- Ir,, 7 Iiniiw i h he Iyss s. 6 'i;- nasom of,, -,1 thi 'I I .e th-Ini-'- d )I .,I hpl- tI -,f, ;,,,-ean'..oits n L" ,,I .. Ln U u l orull 1 hitu lE C-r1i ll& il~u n nRi

71,, /.,..'t I, ,+-W e l..lhy rrp ,l.nl, ,,n ourl.. o fe e tomb of Virgil, t hhich ,plac, 1. ,,l -I,, W e h e rt.r of r... ,].. if.I;.... b t Ill, e NORWrI CH, (Ch m.) nSept. 1 l8. S tly a'n t t h th e ,r hleino, ney0 Fluahingi
.ery I.aiel vi.l,.jt..,i, w,,cr.s- wi o h in the ,.,, alleouthe b ,a lr... ,,. h. Il, td h-r o ni tip a tW. h,-s,, .i,,ne ., !0ri ai. 1e Norlw,,i 11 ian.el. w rC m fo t Ro d .orl ia r-ll.- ,p ,.!ae. I ,,i2'
\.uld. -zIe,.,--, af ind history an. oher n purs uit ow fj f ,. I. o .wth outtk.n i t, can harbou it fr a cl, ,.,s., b, en ,.-.' 1.1. So-t, ,h ;i h.r i ,, p l,,v b ,,n a ',.v liell tih .....n "ig-y ad ,-nisl e t aheot ,a :..1 ry pe ,,pdort

S. T f I ',II- I -I i l % : i'. I I ,,,, 1 h ,A I. h 6 r Il, ; k ] ,. aAd I.. .,;nds1.,' .1 _..r,)

,,pvery reader an l T n,- Le Li plea ure int, .h smoke: apparently as pioceeds from a c.iiin '>. ,i"' U r may be bro1 t up at .iiiin rj h .iil-- r Ii. -t I..i 7 to 8 k--iiHe *-,i '.i.11, A ...- -' P.Hl it.
Ioad t hl; f.il irm .e n l *i-i n, w hall i .., .- ly on re- ni ht IT",ri ilC 'I d D Set. 16 4"- .I-. I i.tl i. t .,
* 'l'., i t r n ', ,I i Pll' f 1 1 ,,P ,,,g ,,-, L .i.r I. L lp hfa ,ly Ia t, lI h, ITT h .- % 1 _, n .1 l. 1 h \ J b 1 6. p. vo, h t1 i j -i- ,i l V'l k s i \ '-. ,L~ i tn h 'I. ;, lh w',e lY Hrdfc. -,, I ni l- i

r,, .psilw y ,.- 1.. ng |^l,;a-l -Onturning \/. ,,,^ ,, |,/Is a *- -' reapa,,t bu F ,,7- The rive" continued to iie unti- *I- ". .-;.. Bol it>y ,, s e-.Yi Ij O lr' l. k. o, hcn.l fo .-1. Wa -n
(.il,, h- ,, r;. l -lo y ,l I find. i h,' a \. l U ,id l don s l % -. l,. i, ,,, ', i. \, ,I r e--i n, P al --rm l, Syra. I% .l ,n i-, ..4crJ ,l y whatli nl, ., l I,,, ,Ia ., in-- .. .. "I;t-,-!, hnt. .".,rt .Il I .ten1 I i. d tO ro5. Ia, -, Pi a n ,d C -a
'. ,r-. ., t' f a .i..ake wh >hw:a..,ie le to-,tempt cr ilbe A ,1 .. ..' 1 t I I .r- .' ,O ionAre I,... ci..if, 1. l.n ....r. A ,1,0^' 'I,,, k, .. uS e VIl et. per i ib I v .ari ty o. w her sit ves of
tol, r ,11,', i L Siw t t *iJ, i ..i l p in ofthllo,'r u -C I'" I I I I. asII-I I T 1 B.I.a ,n"I to becal-sedtChe Coa- rI pIrn ,;Ih 1)l ,L,,r |.aIlour.. .-?I.,'
'j g' I .--From "- e1 Albany D aily .,i t I...h r th I i i-,- ti l,. i 1 sie to.il l. bo s neetihnnt, is t. I. .ri htt kJ I Cn,. Bit ,nker, arid ir ... t h-1ln, unr,, I ytie. itieol roos ii, ln,
tu,-:n Itl, i,-r.... a It f llph Ii-,: L-1r n heretofore published i, ,-, h our paper a ,titte, i, ti. .ater.IfauIInII,-,I- I it o ,e l -INe -Y, r.... on ,,orvd. t ,: ned '.... on h r t hook S atI fi..t $,8 up er, el.

romd .,..n C r, Sept.3. r ,,, tl <. Sc. .l of he ci of Alsny, t L b d,, o wch ths is ei st tpel~1 eko
. na :,. ,1 a .. .I fI hh, ,-II.~..-- .".- .'*,1;e t / *. il',-alrvlI Esf o late mayor of this '..lted, was also immersed in water, a was also the ,, LOUISv IL E t, eti 2 i5 tu Coti er l foren .zi N e17 r ,2n d c PtPiD t
. -, : -. n !i -, ly e ,/1 A /",1.;r1 th a1n,4.rbn re ourh rea d trs M v lan oli, i s nd, w th the eT etri n of ya e a re we e a nd n d ea.-- n the mn o,. hl t nf t, l n s n j a fr i h in I r d o.
Ithat I 1.; *\ l I. .r: 1 I. i, 1 v r, I 1 ." I(. To the sIonoura, le tf e lidembers of the C'L(r.miio n tor of the houses. 1 'I Ihl f-tiele bride suI, son of Jthtiseph PreI l eri.,, .fl : ,i, a Il \At.-hn -0 )is .h a l Wfe r l- ae r ,,e. -i s.I.
-.. I...l I 1 I; I I ,I *I ; *... -- C o u n l o f th e C ity o f A lbI n y ..1. i n r... .. I"-I7,, ": p1s re 1 | l IIei p ar t, C hl u r c h ill, st I ir II ,%.. l I; l. ,r I o p ,p rilll i vlrl c li,-e)
, -. n. ii. ,il. i, 'i f in on I,, bll, s i t in..1- -<,ir l. ...I_ --t, gi es me great sro tisfaction to beyond .the toll-house, ,l,,,.irl Ir J 1.-enre a r..n t el l I as we have learn.t"em; are, l .. C ur llj, rI.- B |I l k t l in C a I r u.l d i bar e
li r bo-.ii, and : !..! ... ..., nt 1, _, ii, in e 1, e *'< I.n". h the ra ... .-e of pub.ir im ca usew ay a ni l the new ptrs latee ,. en. J- .hat sequence t .. ... i ,', of t I o.- I. ,r11,-. ,i .11 Be n I l..ii- ruiei 'n ". h ..
-..i L "--- "' i .1' r l.lt e ir Br..in..-- 1e-.r | w,* 1 i city, ..llll, r i, lightened ll hlnd part bl hiinilI carneI away which resisted !he former ehu p f .nIk the next in, t1,11., !, ;ii,I.- L a k I'-rin e .e a tL Lo! ulfin-
pris st.I *i t l) il il 'it *-e.1, .ia.l .. itl. .. liberal viewsof your uionourabliohy. rrel, and that whih ghve to .e former (being 'I,.ately ant' ..\ i,, 'e ,,- ... -. ,1h !,toe l.-, t ,, Lea' f $r.il fC r I. I..' c,,.l '.i- c.
o. ,.-. i) view had invited hEr' : .. e arri he two great fo nd tio s of e Lancaster t t part on h the new piers are formed) t wi. h L' is" 1l- a.r.-''i"-1,i m11.W.i t th.. -' e. I .,e ';i- -iJ u i r* ,i'1d .r h ,er i

. .. u L111i,,-aM -helFle!s ay when had start- School and Aca e .-ny owe their e5 istence to .our i ,i lin 1.the shock of the present fresh. T he part, l,, c.aIIs usl "eIf. t a wif e and sict "lhlr,, 1 0 m ourn the1 ** rm .. aioDd, ausu l, 1Ir'all branihe.
a,!-u,.> her e>,thusia.s.-as greail as ever-and on wisdom a,,d mun.,^ence, and uinder thie smiles r~i ,,l,.1, h|as girea way, comprises three old piers uglimlls or -^ t heibes and qlearesfriqd- re v n
sunday last, I lhe bT nL h r steps to the n ,th, dee. Prvi ,I.enc-, Ipust have e lasting av I d propitious in a f r le hs, (fo pier to pier) of about i y of for the ,ehens, ofhe .
ou7 l1, rir.,-t III',l .T-W e I -, l -'r nrl~'~ h ~ ,in% I, Ite o~ b f i giw i l c I C.I I Oak-,nI,, c a e -,.., rIr ll.... t1 ..... Ilf,,,',;.lItrb[r Ir.It N O R \Vr it. % ]lst go hld.o)S ept 3B a, 1, -,r y d li o ~

dn. d to Oo as fr s Baltimore, ndi n .s% lli- nece upon the morals, the literature and the i- ft each-t, whole sp swept off compri IHOLS & Co. 168 Pe r.
' ..-, ,I op, itter. n i,,, i :.r i t,.i iu t:ra el i si.. Irb pla c e To have co-operI te n ithe yo'y .ii. bul about 200 feet. i n ,ll I. ythe pack!, a n r pice> a ies .-
;.f.teita.-nt ac soryeI oft, u1ion be w s u of r r a ti nIy.e i on s hlalort ad awo i T enth s b ren lia stood,. with th Aie n o ary Th e n .t.v a ty il e all n, ki l no a n !,,l;, r., a..

(li ie-a mi other. iind a suf.- ptr g infant her only am duethigh.fhlendt il .a-to iiset. and3Xrciteswin me v th whre the rocks (tol which 1rhe br.e NOeDnoh of t s y Srsnet Cambriee1s, Cotton a C-,"es

,.,..... .i,: Wa? it vic -was it some fewd or in- i lspilealrnt, 1. c.,,_ no ll u .* boled by nron bare) stoop so-ToI7 At All',oi, ,0o. Monday evening, by the !e-. Maddapollu,,I rish and Steam iLoom Shlirting.
t ,,,,ru, pe-...I.. hh she was Ehaned to avow; l beg leave therefore, gentlemen" to rdturn you fom te sillssto have made it diffi..uli to rivet th.* *Nveill" M H ISAAC S. HONE to Miss EL1. Cotton Hollansanw d BroI l..ine us
.i .- l d rting her .family and her hilieren. my most giteful ackfnowledgmfent for your war;i th m :..- ; I,,. h.. II Tiut the b idge bast iot I 1 %dau.hter.offtlte on James Kent. Irihl> LineIni fAussNa SheethiPs su Di-peri
.Ioush the last l o,, clandL so tight to bo he 9 eart that r-. ,n, of co,-.I.'.r' .-,ruentdationI, and of personal esI, .Ieer .aI. I I._ I ln,,,oa rtd e heAe t l e laldv .n Iorsn e iin g,!s, a to a l.e ,is hd

e Tc7,uld not part front 1it,? No-,she wo. ,(I ..I"..!I I,,, l .. .II:. A1. -W I II. I- r ,,,,,-- .I I) y...IIII. -II l.. ft .n ..V:,e III.., of," t e.,,Iury1oI of tL ., ,I K tor n H -1 Bu.nttin Io l ks an( Sat t cid 0 a
Fid a mus affctionate one--she was a ,,.-..:. pu ,1 0 -,.,- a .<. -c witb no ins u ,moutabl t bers''sedigte urntsrc agaS^ins 'iddenly.yepterday morning, Col. JdH. WARD, ^ *^slhl 111F irll i
. .I WFICand beloved, a I1. ; her c ,-r.li .;lte amply p,. 51 .e; JI, I *,. li o h e. llei un o you r two grea- t "' Ie. a Irst oe a l ofeoedti Caro sna H..e ih ,, 1 h,,.... _, r.i
. fet t 1wel ,hd't.I t" ,, t I ,-lin f og l wr and II.4h -- S[n -lle day yon Can .ee abou111, Aga--istliI: it, eohlall iv es i i, .. rie sllii-t in ftd, nr t1.1 ,,rsull, g form ilt IT.0dys i, ,, I,, Il h t la t i. u a t cdn-o,,7I at nid .01-1,1 A IM Cll-bih% c ,D ,!iom I ,t

.was. a ,,,.I% ..y re d ,l, alt u li l IIu .., h. p.auen .-i .' n o.t in :,. r..e l [ r,..:- L i..: l lor s p o a 1 ai. B.le .1, ^.-' fnhsling nr the bro th upnst*a Ta l,, il l 'ld T- i L., L. d M i l,.. i..I i,- rl ,,cj .] rlt

'..I I" .1- l" I;.*- i ;ew. which could te ,|. h. ...u > iu l l pp,.. -.:I".1 -a ,Iy .- i hou eon h.I.li...dy bar) wa1 kr.,,,I ,i in toward i;'". ., ...-,.1, t. .' m.." Ilesom e b 1 I fdel., 11 i (. "I*I. r... I Arllr'!d 1 ,.l, ton Crntats
*fromi her litome ? l". -n* tHie .Ir urc oort.' l -n 1 ha e Il... ln..tiLP.. l_. i I e, *- ill -11-1 y.i r- iA e. "he botI t -- -' ". M"Ht 'no w l. kn,,;u ll, o j l M ,.,H *. .,.l., n ,m Tll ,,0, .. \1 .1,-,
th1io a, I .wl ich led her on ? It was one, with P S. V .-" R L. h .LA .I.. IWe lalenot ascertasned hile p,,articulars of the -e contirt--nd at0ong lhQ 1 -II- 1 j *e '. I,'LI,,,II -, a .,,-,and.,, w... ; nI 1r; ..,,, ,
1 hich tbe t fnderest beartI vill.oH t deeply y .A lbany Septem ber1,, 1)16. j.: i staiIh. N % ,Elo- 'r. -Ibe o, 1-, "9' .,,Idann "96 TIU ..-
pIA,'i,.e-ae lI.e ).Oof the p,.,o g and the 1- ,e ,t l I t%1-4 I ,! r, d -- h th t thenegro w ho w ag swept fI, mP. whi ch ,n, a, few,"I,. i.lk, u ter .k*,II,: l io a '.n,!, f rcll[ ai .u -
nuse's y-..I n- the source of l.-: llI ;.pures, pleasures, iFrom the idson hig, SepT. 17 fom Trpft's bridis succe.dedin I 1in Ji'n to r n h ted M
which can thrill through the hearI of >n The Circuil Court, a,, Court of oIer anil Ter- e IMIao' I., ,.hicote.nhis i bee use ,, yai ofl rt., of i.a%, il Ros 1I M .to i Judge of eso re.l a n r
-z-, ,'Ri, a. ,rit ,l.-.'1 : t ina h. f t l,so rur'as we'a, I C'u I-," .T -- 1r, 7u t e 1h-L, ir Bh, )t 18! ~i.Iutla ,'sbr l,, li,- II; Cal-,i r. I ,;- .m ,I I )-,,v st;=t ever a .l d th, e ITCIO .,- .Intl- inhl CpL rrn p., fiai~i a;,ra, 'l u -.4l = .
,uir -l-t L'I,'I,,,: ly,-, 1.+ ". I io 0 .

-" O holy, nIature f I ThouIds I nver plead mi .er eiOneo pcblied itsesion on. Ma ond f "Ia y i 'Ie ,','new e bi hio a tw tlhe Court of Common ,i, leas of el ex county. .g11 i h\;.',; J -,,01m. 1
ain. ."thI -e is not, .on our earth creature bear, ted.int.adjounedon h,,y ht.- 'te fresh bean to > subside on .uu -aT at Notice ishereygive to all the "r.dldo lEras- Su>erel e, a .l. .l .iir N C 1.ln ,
T ,iforc, *.,id liF, .,,ni, o.' va, ei, ti ve f.c E. Ii i r ,m e..n w.allinr te. Varbo r t. I-Th y e ...I;. this time -o o.ts ed veniwg) has aaller in s ao th o e f M. nab n s'id ounty, an rnsolv- ,,, in, o,, .. r P ,, L ilu. tl .e d Blci
.o rssti ild o ru s fta ir B.. ,i ,tn...o. ll c... ,,w ...r l. l B C y b 'e u r i : tilliCaci c a oe s a n d, w i t e 1 e nte diebto r to. s Ie w c a u se m, if a n y t h e y h a v e b e l l.t ,i ,s ..ha lws o e' E- rL d.

ao thou ha nL r ..i,, ri iit 1d i', .I r lo io, I.lhne e P ilip W er.:-ahrn and TIh .mw t H l ourse r,-,,h t 1re tha staid Judge at the i nn of AsphEl eo.t in \l'. .i,.. g, a.; irr,t bI le ( supei
IheaIto thiiir *,ll / ''- fiini mr' s'1 *, ll'h. ir wi ll a 'i '.Jt ; ,,, n l --r in ny, and t in satw o n to be y nd t~ tiolll), hiui, -i b h Elizabetrtoin in said ,coi, tty, 'o the St) day of (Iiih Lv. ia 1.n h n..] taLr tl, r n Ih -.
-lIck 1en, (,upl 'll M ulrlbuttI..I e r,i-o n j ti,;i

to draw rI-. i t li., s .. I r .. l l--... r,. i, '. pri ,n-sAdbu r n, i.. 't haI-tttel. lo t heat ,lRp.iso .or iis er iri Wu lie we in siewort ,. -- o n Decemb tor ne t,,: l, ha at o ne o'clock in ( wte a,,af trnoor. |il Eli.'M.l a
I le blood-,,tii ed vulire eaves the stm-i,,- O....* pn. Wi.tl... 1iy.:. u ,,I r ih ,:d to the state p ba n cari \:a whic pnres i s d t nihts fo e e p i,. .i;:,,. i o1 the said in. ig.vent'I s estate a l, in ., C6101u i 1-
yet. ist hl. Irs ..l .. 1 i -, .- ,1 to h ii-,. .1, soft as ih.- ,,- plbl .. ws.... u y ,ar, l hon rhI. bo,,rr ta ieet years and ,tha it wh, ani ue at.wic IIvn e ,"Un to h i, e1 o r. .i '- l1 rI I "tl and b, be hhi li'. ed, in th ir .- L ie n ,r ,:. l I ',,* o b r d
I-diiti .La~e~esa"w e h a tr- Sho n c~~~. w hi i:sec toI :.I i|ngteshc fte plse tatre. Wesh all be tpar t. eesdh sleft..r .a-. .,., wiwe andsx-t i rnt 'oun h- i' |'h,..n 6U al lrm e.a L

d ticsan d.,-%i a n -3 over her inubedlhd broad the onI l Iy l ,, h I. *i'e y bei-, see cows, sheelp r fow ils, suaae oi te act ,,,, i ch case made and provided. Mirror-2, at C M slih,1p. r.ai ,l for sale in lots te
t. I .-- i ;." -. ....sits i. r e ; nt J. --...c l r w s .t ed or a r pc., .y- 1ls ;. I. e-, .....,l. l. it... .t., .r:. t, : st Se tem ber 9. 8 II purchase i \). .1i. r.- .i_, or toI
'I n .!I l t he. T E1 -.! o 'r satewrna love, which sent di.- Not G ity..a e e st e at latia d propitio s11 i-Cl.,.,l.., .io 1h, io pri er.. .. 1e O' i'a ou. ,.. E A ST S JO I E In olvent. 0 L -. ,C ,. ftl- iyOLD,
Ith wand"Ir r_. A child as her own artless C arl a De wesr was tried fo we the Murder of in [lotItiguousto 3trr..;- .. i .. .A..- r Sept. 2 1i Sept., ,o ..' S6-si
I h ,' u n e s f b ,i a o r oal,o ,,- b o fi. .. y erg i n swh iqh p o rA n t w o r ii ,i .,I.1 r l lient s b r Idg e ''"s o o," I t(h".. I 1 111;th.e-e I b n) tsr e beI g ra NtedR W-,I,..H, ( o .) S p..3 3 t.a-ss-, re F .e ,l qan n e '. I '6 ) .,Ii c&;I,%,b ilte o_
-i..I 11. ,rIp ,, na y ,,. ,n .t ,na a ,,-, 's-i ,: ,a, its, .ur t -aiy e a s u r a f I the._ vi.. ,,, ofatd th e vll ef-st fro., As l : I, -2, ,A i ,ql i o n7err ta r ed t at ro na "th e tfi l( e o wi h a hiel oi -,% t iiLeI% ,d ( .1 r1d,,he l ajj j 1 f : l e s
f.ti,- 1,ft ,.Ii af,, i g i t, ory o, f a.,-I L, m ,ot ,her n* u ,,. it ,o ,; ... ,...,',,,.,.h.il..il if Si t +'eharbour hhds aouewt o lalsbeenk i,,th i~ ~e, a wll0-c South ,Teltlmqer ul pu a. .a ,nh.'n,.,,,l ftbr .
o',l,.- I..I IeraltubtrU h ancintcatlesto e t, ,.,, ,,hci,+t Tf, it -o['muldveband -onfth ie pearance ,,i..thii, ,,,..,tho. bnflet of' paythvebee Acivly ~l'ld hqsuon, t i-,.,1hNj- en n ,r.,,ll,- "IotlCl
r I e aurnlitt g n"eo t t e Ch nne (i it,- Iilk,,, 'a d We hav (IT;,,, d
)pr 1 wT ell-I,. ,t .\..h E a i.. e n, i l e ? h ,,er 1-Ir. g ,8 a nd 6 4. N ed., i., i,, b m,, C hri si; .. C ~ L
*., .' I' I,',oh -hsbnd1t gam~ ndh r and ,.g,, t -h, e., tiny y. ;. nfor hc d:an rP e o shr-about' nppol d tO, ave b en m ude hi a ,,,,, ill thbou t 10da s c[I,, ".-I I)II ,a wate r sfe m ,is otaL e
I d 8s o I:,. .. Ia d .i ,,, I- I -.e I a su .i, in an Ier o nl .,, .- a 'T *" in t e la eA\v erA he t'ks (.t h i h he br :
;1 av bfrom thupsatlasWsMtF haia-e nid te itm 7ito "".I .oAriet
of yet erreadeiL,, b,,.l n 1%h, L,-r,,r,.Ito I heoplenableeusitoh".,mbk'uttpdns,7ids As pi M oees ti'm ascanm. in, I
to all! Lil? 6,1 tjlhrll. C111ciu il.01 M- .llt iorenidy oanire le aatinegh Iifks:If Sa % .tcl
't, : MCIUMN'D, Sept. I G. ~S.d',n ;yetR.m-,--`,%e..IW erday.;,,ernitn,, l.J a "WR I I 'I,,\I L L i ahI C0 F IK I Vi-,,L. %d6Rib)' I,,nI.a. k
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of September next. And all creditors of -.. I .lel.i
r.r'... : u l i..-1 i., 'r *'. I .i T u 1 .'i- some one
ul h,.. le.r '.' r,,i, e 1e1.. jemsana ls a-
...-.1 t.chli .h, i.L,. i,,v i .. .. .'! IilI. ,. of Septem -
ber next.-- .i..I 1..... ,'I.-. I A ,., 1816.
1 L \ 1 _1.1.1,N S.
',ilt's I rownrPrir i.'u, Trustees
JOSEPH A. NulI i llijl'.
Aug.14 .HtSeptit6
rII[hEP l I.l_ l.1 HElA.\l.D.---.Cut..b.,
...fNo. 24
Suri,,rnai. a.t-.ujt ,:-f the London Society for
r f .i e l r i h : r -ar!\ ....- iri; .l y h.1i':% l .!l
in London
Extracts from the report of the London Mi4,
*;;,opr, 4,,-..,-ir, continued-China- :
1 .vi. it, ihe Island of Java
., fln ir. :, o -o
I,,i,',. ii,, Accountof a little boy born nearly

le,,'r-i'if a'the abolition of the Slave Trade.
I Atriri t on the I:L l, port L of the Saratoga

Several, societies having declared themselves
auxiliaries to the Amnerican Bible Society.
1rant .f it ..-i ,f *ir,.otype plates fro it he N,
V ,,,I, in,{ ,xh ilhrv N ,.L;-i ,.,.l U l.L, ";,,t .-i;-Pt ,-,
ib. N iih .i,.| [rl'.- ,( i i.,n. V I
B Y order, of 1..-, hI-m I -. L, h i .l.,,i_. ..
the Court of Common Pleas in and for the
County ,:.f .. li..i .._n--N.,i-. i. I,.r.:- by given .,,
Gilbert I lh ,,.. itE .. the iiin '.f Le Roy in
said count ai, at- :,:.,.!iad d hti..,. and to all
others whom it may concern, that on application
and due proof made to hium, the said judge, pursu-
ant to the statute in such case made and provided,
h,: the said judge latah directed all the estate, both
real and personal, of the said Gilbert Flagler,
within the said county, to be seized, and that
unless the said Gilbert Flagler return and dis
charge his J. bi-. 'i .iihi ,ii', months after the pub-
lication of this notice, the.said estate will be sold
for the payment of his debts. Dated, September
2. 1816. TH: STERLING, Attl'y.
*Sept 11 HtawSm

NI)11 L.
Is hereby given, that the subscribers have ap-
plied to th,- t].io.,: ,-.f thi- Tnf.:;i .r Court of Com-
mon Pi-r L., .n1 he- (,.unIry -., .or ..'-. in the State
jf I' Ni -J,-.-y, for the henPfit -f the laws of said
,-l t ;, p .- d l...r U. ,- .:.I p, r ii.iit..ri-.. .:.l F,, -
debt; dair ..,. ...r ti : and thi msid N.J.g.- hi;,.
appoirit.- ti- '. ,-:i_ t & the court-bouse in !.''u lt..n.
in said county, on the third day of October next,
i L. n .:i'. lock inthe forenoon, to hear what can,
..e -s d I...r and against their discharge from con-
finement as insolvent debtors.
Jacob Hann,
Jonathan Mann,
Ch-irie., Q. PPhillips,
Williami Fh:- n,
Johu Wildrick,
John Koker,
Henry Dugan,
Thomas ir '.i]hi.,u-e,

Jereniah Bacon,
Henry H. S. Polhemus,
Elijah Lucky.
Dated, Sussex Gaol,
21st August 1816 Aug Sl Hfaw5w*
Tm HE College of Physicia:,s & Surgeons of the
University of the State of New-York, will
*.mr..,:n,:r iI. ii Crir -.. .rf Lecturesor 'the ensuing
I, ii- ...r. Mn,-i'i., Li.- .ith of Noveniber next., t the
1' o 1,-i -: irl i C..1 li" iZ ... r.
D P un.. ., .. ,..., Ph .i,..- v :,, -. ,r .-, n .
i. ,,H, ...r Mih l.. il.i I,,l 11. -dl Ji .i. a ; 1nt1. .,lil
children '
Dr 14itchell. on Natural 'History.
D)r JIcV'evee, on Chemistry and the Materia
Dr. l.i.r i..,, on the Clri, ad Pi mic-e of Medi-
Dr. *..-.'- i, in L' d 'iledicine.
'Dr..11. :, 'i.n i1 l'I;uI.;tnl.[. and Preactice of Sur-
)Dr. 1Francis, on tIhe'Institutes of Medicine.

.1,Ii- ,' VW. FRANCIS, M D, Register.
N. B.--Candidates for the Honors of this Univer-
sity, are infbrined that the Graduation will take
pls... t i,;. I'.,\. ,: ....... as practicable after the

., ,i r ,b li -, ,1in .,ml i-l.:,.|ging may he had in -bthe
city of Ne-Yorkfroi.m t.li- r. .ill 1, per' week.
Sept. 7 2awtN
HillH;Htui 'L, Lf. II LI;..
"W '. .Il-, ,.-. .l .'" je 1..- ., r- written by au-
-_ ri l n m r. .int. n at Paris during, the
I 1, .!t thi. EI,..,- ... Napoleon, with an ap-
pendixof official documents, this day published
and for sale, price 50, by "
A. 1.iO' :ICAl, (1124 Cr.-,iht.y.
,SepI corner oft" i-,7.

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estate should not be made, annd I.. *ii" l.i:r.- .1 -
I traie to.: t act in such cI. ase in.. .n tinless.

Dated, l'May I. a I i: Wlti., l i A. Page 1 ni.
ivent. u .l T es Li..- 1..:, ..iiii-. lnii o -r -irii. .
.June i H, a,.t anl i d., i.,. I i
L H-NDRY, '. j a

p .J .,I ; I r .-C I..[ r, i I. if ... C i ini in i.3

of I.r ..' i' L I L.i: 1es'ter. the county of Geneit
Ilr ,--1 I, '.'.til ,,I I .. .. .r,,, ,,, I ." ,l-

r,1,i1_',l : c.f' \VIl.!oi \i. .. 11v:,, f w i,, n o(I
ee an abi, ,~.t or abscond ..mtng debtor, that to li
others ', ... i,, i c ncer-n, t.. at o re i.iithe qI indi.

-,'i I 1, .I ,ii.,.,f -, t him the said i ,- ,iri .-- in'
,1 ,1, :. ,1" sIh e "id ii L,:,1, I'X :
sua t to.the act in 'such case r. :., I .

Dated, May i, 116 WilliamnA. Page, Inr,-,i.
ven .am es i ('li e, P ,:it,._ i-. '[ t .>r.
June 5itawtmwh

ties of a Judge of tbc Supreme CGurt-, No-
tGe ,.,. J .i n to James Webb, now or late
of ti,- t,, -u I' Lti.,ester, in the county of Gene
,ee an abent or absconding debtor, and to ali
others whom it mTay concern, that .,. ppicati, ,
,ii ,1 ,.I e "''. f ,, -L,-. him the said i_,.un, ...wl ,

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r '. I, ,,r, ,,, ]ri i ,. '. .c ..I, l, h ,I.' .l m a t.' I"
'.l i ..r', l c ei,,2n .. h." t i ni, ti S

it,..' ." ,ii 'I -. i i i en.t i: I F, ok r : L r.
'. i i. a. l .r, 'i i r..' rIl r li .. ., I

:rI,',',pre rker'. Eare open to the, e lands : ri.i I i
i 'e t.'ll s. l s w ill be I. ] .. .r i I .i ,-;,r.
i l,, i.. -)1 i.i Ii r.. i rem ote f' r ki> I in. i. .i.i rn '.r

T his caratel u .l.',i .j ..i ii .... ...1i .. i.. *,i,.l
L*.,vrenee m1rk-tto ase open to thise lands '.il..+,,
8.,,, 1...1_:. .hu ,y wih1 be e,,tle ,,... ''Lb N -hCo'-
I ; -.. ., ', .-. 02..'. re-ote f,.:.h T l r ie.Ll t ,es

t 'his .eItate i l ,, l. w, a. i..I ;t a ,.r,,his r .o .,I al ,l
hemp bottoms. It will be ,. ...I .:.r r, i .r ,t- .
in thie city, or a farm under ;, .1I I ..ii 1.;ii' ,i In
:. ri ... i;i'l i. ,-.,'. "I.' .lor received.
r,111,',, r:, .. ', ,. i. <,r. ; i. f ,: O hio.
an ,, ,. r ... 'el P ,,
7 \,, ,. ;i.: cr ir, ,t Monticello, valiablle for
i0. l..i.i,;,, .1,.1 ,i,. ,,.Nin.., of its '?.r il.,'r T his pro-

1 >,i ,,,,., iI l...]. I.. i :a lh,.is 'le, t,, tsuit m ini:

8 A. I... 11 i P a.r:l-I. in the neighborhood of 0.-
wegi. ; rl u iti i ,I .1 ii. ',. r I *I,. i T he richness ,,i
this ..,.1. 1 i ih.. ii. I, .rn tract is proverbial.
9 Four ne 5 t -t'.r i,.... i,,, i.;i, i,;, .I h u;, "-
in N .urbioigli '. lh ii ,,ii i .,.. r 1- 'n ,r.n l'r i a i t ll,
and l.,nt ., i :r. ,-
10 ..,i,,,r I ..... ,,i 10 miles of Newburglh,
of various sizes, improvements and value.
It. 3,.00 acres in Damascus, on the S11.:1 Ar ....1i-
r'.. I,., t.n tu., ..l..;:. Paym ents easy '.:. ,' ti :..,.

i.,. L i- -Ll. i iL- 's 'iii, iti .. h case made and pro- t i.
... .1, h.: i.-th 'I .Ie: d all the estate real and per:- 12. Building lots in Carthage. The value of this
sonal. of the said Janeii, within the said county ,-,f village applotment, is i. r .. ..... 'h, known. It is 5
Gencsee to be seized, and that unless the -;,.i miles from Fishkill, north, on the eastern shore of
Jamn es W ebb do return am .I I-, .. ii,.,~ his d, hi .- : H' i. 1'h : I,-:...vI i, r ..-, l..r,,,, ,..
l ini h ,im in ,i t ,. in i T ,, .' i. n f su c h ,I '' i
zure, all his estate w ill be s otd for the paym entl '",iu ., .. .. .r ,, r in. i.lre, i., ,.rr i,,, r .c. Sr..
i -l TI ,1 .... i ;, li1,'h n l.,, It I l, *,, |,,, I ,
and satisfaction of his debts. U lAt.,d 1st of A' i Lv i .1. ru e Nl. i'.. i n :i *, i ,
If 1C. 'N" v ml TTiTr-l'.r i i is n'.I. i-. r.1 P n-,un1 ...I', : i, 1lT, .i nI ;,, Ar-.
L, ....,I... ..i Ih r...i -. .' i ... I, .1'ii i J. l.,, ginia, are c-. ,.i il\ f..r 'ale ; accurate iil.- .i ,i ..
o ft he courtot coi mon pleas, in anid for in,: i....i. of which .iIt L e. ... t -i ti e .ni,n, 1 i-.: | d,-i
of Lewis :-Notice is hereby given to Hart II'r,,n.,, taih.
late of the town of IHarrisburnh. in said county, an Gentlemen wishing to purchase, sell or ..-.t,.,c.g.
absconding debtor, and to .-i, .,il,..i, whom it inay are invited to call. Letters, post paid, wi!l I.: natr-..I-
conce ,, ,, l i. inn, ,. .. ;.,i i ..... ,. .. .- .r .; ..- i., ed to.
him r i, 1 ,. ... ,1_ ., ..'.. ir.. ., I .. ... H .-i ',| ,. o F i<"l M \i .l h.IONS .
lature -il n I,.. -' ...i X ... i 1.,. I .,. Booking for M market 2 dollars
for relief against absconding, anl absent debtors," U[I_ .-',.. .1 f city estates 1-4pr. cent.
l-,.:d 2:1 M ..rI 1801, lihe the said..ludge, liathdi- I..ri.r., : i t''., 21-2 do.
,. i' I ..i i!..: ,: i |1L, both real and personal, of the ':i. lands 7' I .1 .
. H l,,t I .,i .n ,., l.i.. i,.., -,.1 .....i.n. i.. be ii I1 P&tH16m TIM ,'i 'li II
seized, and that unl I .: tl.. H,,.lI .i Hti ...i, re. i lP:.lI I.\ I II \1 0-%
turn and rlich.iRwe ., .1. .1 .1.,,,. tlir, r i.. i,,.,.il., tf O NAIL A ND BRAD M ACHINES.
ter the 1-.I.!, ,.-, of this notice, the said estate will ATNT Li hts for Jesse lA'.CT.E .
I.. -.hd, for the p-vni ,. .-.f his debts. D-ited A2d TENT Riglts for Tesse E'L .. rj u
i .i 1 1, 8 6. J. '.'. ei k, ini..r". .r. .. ., h *r, n t .; H leading, at ir.... -.. .. *n,,
o.- -. I kinds .i N ,.: : I trads, are now difered for sale, in
,-,.- ,,, the following counties of this state, viz.: Clintorn,
'i .. .1 ..I rn..tirli .i. r i..r. .. 1" Franklin, St. Lawirence, Jefferson, Lewis, Herkimer,
Sthe .l .L..... tlhe Court of Common Pleas, 'I.-,,, -. ,- ,, '.; .. .' ex, Washington, Otsego,
in and for the county of Essex, Notice is hereby ili.. ., I L .i. i ,.... n...ll ,,,'!. Dii, i,,':,
i.i..n t i., l l c' .. Il, ., n i .*a i.n i D eall J junior. i r, I i i n1...... i i .. i ..-,, ., .... I.i .
I1 th..: 1.', v .i i .'.I 'i -ii,.:;'i- n, r-,' insolvent debtor' mi rl,, i ii i ,,; 'rork ; %-'. p i ,.11
to shew c4nuse, ifany they have, before the said i'' ,r I,. v...." of [lerkimner on the south side of
judge, at the inn of Asalel Boot, in the town (if tlie Mohawk river, and excepting any part of said
lizabettown, i thcountyfrom tse city n d itin t of a
;,..l,, ,l ., i October next, at nineoc ock in the of10 miles .adtii; on the west side sf ti, I,.,,i ..,,O .i-
r..- '....n ..II I.- same day, why an assignment of r i, ,,,, .: tfrom Cornwall. A r,,A .... r ,in
the said insolvents estate, should not be made aind :,, .1i ,,... 1001h. of Nails in a day, of thie large
he discharged, pursuant to the act in such case m de sizes, -. .. I ,j r.- .- d...,.i.. i...i,,'i- of the smaller.
and provided. Dated. August 5, 1816. Isabel Tlie -..... i .. 1. ..i i ..i ,.,,i ,-... ,, ,, i .ii'aceitapound.
i;,.,., ii O-,th r-. t, a iTi..ii n,,! e..,rs. The M achinesare very simple in theil ...n i ..Li...
s.\ 7'.1 ii' I I. 1.1' LI,. A 1 i. .... insolvent. and easily kept in repair. Eight- of dl.,, .', i..'
GROSS & NICHOLSON, Att'y. ." ''i,.., 1. a power sufficient tbr orn run of stones.
.A '-, '- ,, l .,.. I1 iv ,,It' are much better, aid beat' a higher'
lpric- e in Massachusetts, than those usually made
t,,.. I"u1 .t.1 ., b'y other means.-- At the present prices iof nails,
iEl;-i AJ I'm i ii l .', n .. I t I',ornar.' ,-, ,i,iy ,i,,. p,.,.i,,,..r of IPatent Rights might clear i,.'
..1 I i.nmiii .i _.' l. int ,I. I ,-1 l .. ,1 -I h li.r.l'., d i i. I ., i i.-.iii ol' the machine ae nd rights in less ; ,-
acres of first quality and highly cultivated land. six months. If any oneprifer it, he may have a li-
well fenced, with aH abundant supply of timber cnrce to manufcinure with these machines at--mills
and wood. On the premises are an elegant brick around, according to tie sizes, on sueh pri.n:plc.-,
j., -l;tu ..1-.,.. .., finished in the most substantial that '.. .r.i: i,. 'i., half the i.:, .i .. -
norin.r,rii... ..li.- rdvweiling-houses. a store, grist. I 5 pens. ,I '., .L. l. l. public are assured,
mill with three run of Burr stones, plaster ailrl that ,.'been m ,,e f, '- the ... to a'ny other which
saw-mill, distillery, three large and commodious they can have satisfactory evidence of thie patent
barns, with sheds for cattle, carriage-houses, ice- right, Enlrt t 'trnte. -if desired -
house, &e. For extensive business, not excelled The'.,. I'., : ..... been for some time in success-
by any country stand ir) the~state. ful operation at the factory of T. & E. Odiorne and
ALSO, 0o. near Boston ; andl establishments have lately
Another Farm in Kinderhook, containing three been minae in this State, one near Newburgh and one
hundred'and fifty acres of good land, with plenty near Hudson, and another is now commencing near
of wood, well calculated ,:.r i,. ,, ] pi. r, for Utica. For terms app REW DE ERly to
grain or grazing, with a .:.dJ .r,..- .,n,1 I.rick AthensE, ebrrW D. FXTEb 1 tf Jr.
farm-liouseand two barns, one very large and capa- Athens, Fertrerv 1816. Peb 21 Htf
cious. Large quantities of bog ore may be raised BY order (.i1 i, i. ....i,. L .i...'.., r st Judge of
from this farm.-ALTSO, the court of i. i,, ,,,.. I, .. ..i..i i.. i.e county of
Another farm in Claverac, containing about two Madison-N .a..... i,.: '.r. ri. j .men TvTrel.
hundred and sixty acres- a good orchard, and an late oftheto, .... i L ,.-.,, .... ,t. ..,,n.'-;, d t...i. ,,,.l
inexhaustible'quantity of turf-six miles from tile to all others whom it may concern, that on appliea-
inexhaustiblequantity of tu--six miesn from the on and due root made to im the said Peter Smith,
city of Hudson. Horses, cattle, sheep and farm- Esquire, pursuant to tile- ct rf th Lpe-viliture ofth-
ing utensils may be had with the above. State of New-York, eiittr. 1 .... r i ,.i .. ,. ... ,
Property in the city of New-Y ork, public -,i ......-,i,, .,.1 ,,i. i.i .1 ,.., -., ,., i .
stock, or good wild land, well situated, will be ta- 1" ,1, I.- ..t, I.;;', ,.1 1 i:iv ti.,.'. m .'rT I r :....
ken in part payment, or a great portion of the al within the County of Madison, of the said James
price may remain on mortgage several years.- Tyrrel to be seized, and that unless the said James
Apply to David L Greene, New-York, or on the Tyrrel do return and diseharee his debts within
first farin to I i n, i .. i, ,I ,.i tln ,, .'i. ,I .1 i '.,.,: ,,, all his
J.1. Ili'F[i; VAN RENSSELAER. :",i1 al. .l- .I ',.iI [ '.. I ent and satisfaction of
July 3 PdIlm-liawtf his debts. Dated Alarch-i ;-6.

1._l Or 1 ''i 1 f' property in or near' the
city, 10,000 1i'n.. .i I, \Nl), in the county of
Crawford, towns of lMeed, Rockdale and Wayrn,
in the state of Pennsylvania, a few miles from the
state of Ohio, and south of Lake LErie-the lands
warranted of .1 -...'..i .,.l;l-s;.
Also--A iIltl: I .111 i, with 2 run of stone.,
and a SAW-MILL, with 40 acres of good la','
fLr plaster, on a maeer-failing stream, called the
Saw-mill River, s 1-2 miles east of Tarrytown
and 3 S miles from New-York. For further par.
ticulars, enquire at No. $2 Chatham-street.
Au 17 H6in

Y order of the hon. AIr...:rS.. r Si,.rner, Esq.,
o.. .t of i : j,, ;,- ,f tin.. ,p ,,,.: court of
the state of N --V .1 k --Notice is hereby given
to ELIJAH WATSON, now or late of the town
of Luzerne, in the county of Warren, an aIhscond
ing debt,,r i.i- 1 d.1 ni l.h'ir. i% --...u ni may concern,
that on i.pln .,iS air.('.I ih, I "'.:'.1 made to hiuii
the saad i'J-l .,ii,-aanti to the directions of the
act of tl,,- i.ri.rr.- of the state of New-York.
entitled an ac for relief against absconding andi
absent debtors,"'passed 21st March. 1801, lie ath
directed all the estate real and personal, within the
county of Warren, oftthe said Elijah Watqon. to h(e
seized, and that unless the said Elijah do return
and discharge his debts within three months after,
this notice of such seizure, all his estate will be
sold for the payment and satisfaction of his debts.
Dated, Glenn's Falls, i'.- ).L .,niI 1816
WILKINSON : VA..'i 01. BRG,,
.\ : .,. ,.... :.. s'editors.
Aug 21 -,il.. ,,

Ap 10 HlawSym Att'y tfor attaching credIor.

State .i/" tm .i',, ,, t.: ..... ,, Litch.field, ss.
t. I'!.ilIsR COURT.
February Term, 1816.
PON the petition of Daniel Parkrr, ofShar-
on, -I....- ito this court that ht is insol-
vent, and indebted to several -i.: '..-',,':- out of
this state, praying that hlie may be relieved, agreea-
ble to the provisions of a certain statute law of this
state, entitled an act to authorise the Superior
Court to grant reliefin certain cases ofinsolveney"-.-
Ordered, That said petition be continued to the Su-
perior Court, to be holden at Litclifieild, in and for
tire county of l.tchieldl,on the third Tuesday ol Au-
gustnext ; anml that otieie of thIe pendency thereof,
be given to th-e ., ..lr.,i ',. -;., it of this state,
,1. ii,l. ;.,,t i l,. d ... ...... i., iHi... Nn .York Heral,"
ti ,. ,,,i-,. i .-i i,, n : .. r, ,rt least six* weeks before
the third '1 m ., ..i' ... next.

Ap 10-Hlaws3w* Clerk.

A : J, i li ",, ._ .... .I 1,,, ,

APON the pDtiton of Rossinma, of o-
U PON the petition of Ross Hinmal, of Rox-
t bury, in Litchlield county, against his ere
editors, prayine lo ti.n o'tt of in i...ency, as per petition
on ile, dated ,-. 1 -. I, .... 1815.
Resolved, That tire said petition be, and the samine is
ie'epby' continued to the general assembly, to b)e holien
N I --,' li,'-.n,ii October next, and tiht the petitioner
- .. l. pendency of' said i t .., i ,i
,!i' r pnle to be published three .. ,
i.." seeks belbrethese -, r ti .t '. in' the
H hi herald; which I ... ... .i. i ..fidei t
oticc i -. ..i .. i o, of thhmstate, to ar-
;ea' .. i .; ,. titiim A true copy of'
recor I .i ,i ...
Ju'. -"*'-.. ,-'I DA i. AY, Secretari-,

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.ext, ill f l i r titledd to ll tr e ., I..i .,,,,r'.. i ,-i i '.iL

JOHN .. .>i..l.\\ 'Li.

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T).H Lw : I.ERI H.CIN lI Pli -dOOilETn, o Une It
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tL c t inent i'. ned out of tire lr.ferior ,,r
Comi on Pleas of i.. i ., v ni. .,, iro i,

em seats of,,eh- is Mli..I ii. I,. ,rii-r 'i'l'- i.'.I i. 1' "
suit of M roses h aeiites, 3. in.e .i, ,:, ; ,,* I,,| Ii,. ., il "I
er, rise .e icial bail. and mcein t a '. .ti .i
th e i .ii ri i' i. i i..i ir. i. i. i, i, ..
an .. I ... ... .} l .

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Saiv ,, l ;iri, i ,l,,nnv r ,I" io t m, nI, '-h i i ii
i i S miles cat of Tarry ton .. ..

Ii i Also, a ,rfli l and Malt,,l.ouse in ,hir"i.hi'
street betwI een Hester i., al 'i-l, 1, -ii. ri I ,,' ini., .
<''.1,Jii Ir '[ i e i ,.u i ,e it ,.. n. .il l i- l.1li
New' York ..- acres of .,I l ,,i i ,,, '

ii I,.... -' the .m ri.. .. i hio, ,il not rserv e
tI,.' 'n,,il. fri, i I' es.. T e lands sr.

of the first "ua "ity "to h ,, .i 1},,[t i ,"i.
cents per' 1 c. For' fui'th'r ..I r .. .,'
in ..,.I >. ,Ir 1..5r', .I,,r ,. .. :... .

N T E i b e a l gi. i ,i r -i, ,i Z.,, '. i.

w ayi ic._ h. '.:.,, i.. nr n .. ,,n ... I, ;a

l lu n j)li-iity 'I' -11 man- ifactume b"l I.--'rrr
,test of 'co is.ron with the beIst .nf .r i
Command has le.sof' .. ,,- .'. I,,i.r., ,,,il .- I

Ie Ae t le .s t e i a ,' ', t. .1 ,;

suit of M os.es Jaques. .. i,.-... i,, i 'r
ry & ,1 ,i. .. i ... .. ". .. .
se$' ,I 1 -, ll

age.its for sal .. r i- .. ae '. 'f. .s .I ...

Ap S-fim 9 Soit A treet, .up stis,
At a Court of Chancery iteETd fori he 'rin to
'tar ive York t the Chancellorio i ',,-,, ,,

h e 'r in th City ofA : '.1 :i, ,' ,'
S ofI I I ...t. P res ,. -- l, I"1 ". ,_ ",
Jan me ent, E mi-re, 1 ... ,
Sa cob en i...' ..

John Ten Broeck .. i-.. ..' i',,ed ,Jo n, D
I n i ,,. .,I i .
e r.... i.. I ,. ,,r r l,,l. ,, i ,.
ta c r, l ; 1 1, ',abou ; ,. -, i .. .. T ,, ] ,

the above s ast.i o defendant was iu iIr .. i .1
,,seventh d.ay of Fes ofrar last, a had ieeri, tr-
irdsof twelve ioa -rtvs then lat ptHouse in Poirti;

in the State o1' aeu r .ey, ai dint. ti i:.nin4
aDe fe ldr t, har no t ri -t i.i., .t ];-
within this state, It is orroied, oT flitirit. ci-
.an. st V0 bc ten, solicitor end of caiy ii o-h hiti
thie complinsast, that tire a-id Ml dfenieint cPr..ne 1i
streearabetween Hestered, and ..nswei t .ir ei- .
thereof, that thenue c ampitiiit's said ihilhl-e tiC:,

TOe be tsoldor exichane4I as.lm I, i i.t. AneJ
ew-York11 ordered, 0acresit coy of this tI... ,l.
ithin ti.ety rays, i ,Ort i-n Pennsy lvi nia, atd
l.per cal le. the Ne-.. t oe e' dio, r.Jd pnot hlog
l, ,,,,,I..< from I ,.,l i ,,,.. hesl lari$ are
of their first quality ; to bei..t .. .ee s suh.-,i. thy
atets peton acre. For fuof thie ,,aid p. ...
sNo. A,,i ....... i.

TIHE subscriber )has oilL, _- ..
t., I,-.. a st ck of I r i

h quality .'4, L. manufacture b .. .r r
-test of comparison with the best ",o. t
and has been ...... ........ j,. I JT, eP 5
be at least equ ., ) -, ..f, ? .. ..
Coll & Co.No. ,i F,,.-N t ,.,,i h, -.- i t.
agents for sale ..I t,. t- ; I',l.'i._ _
Ap 13-H8Im. 9 South-street, up stei;s
'At a Court of Chancery he!d for the, lto 0j
N-wV Yorkat the Chancellors j i .,
llouse id the City ofA'.

JamesE ent, Esquire, ,
Ann Ten Broeck .n1 .. ,a
cob Ten '., .

John Ten Broeck,., .. II,(Iod Joh- f

IN AD)VA 1 "

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