New-York evening post
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 Material Information
Title: New-York evening post
Uniform Title: New York evening post (New York, N.Y. Country ed.)
Portion of title: New York evening post
Alternate Title: Evening post
Physical Description: 24 v. : ill. ; 53-66 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Coleman, William, 1766-1829
Leggett, William, 1801-1839
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878
Publisher: Michael Burnham & Co.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: July 1, 1820
Publication Date: 1817-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Edition: For the country
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 on microfilm from Readex.
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1657 (Nov. 19, 1817)- ; -v. 39, no. 3995 (Apr. 2, 1840).
General Note: Editors: William Coleman, 1817-1829; William Cullen Bryant, 1829-1840; William Leggett, 1834-1835; Theodore Sedgwick, 1835; Charles Mason, <1836>.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09485646
lccn - sn 83030388
System ID: UF00073185:00001
 Related Items
Related Items: New-York evening post (New York, N.Y. : 1801)
Related Items: Evening post (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: New-York herald (New York, N.Y. : 1802)
Succeeded by: Evening post for the country

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S igned to ourray ethe excellence of own feel- should be observed at reports of all cases of fever nitentiary. been charged with fc
lGJarred, okslee,jun.-Ausg u2 that te idea ofJostretributionmay.not bec a .m ieo thtrepy ofa llcs oever-FeFry.Oe
James Walker, july 19 action. The address was made in the midst of a The section relating to Boarding houses is re- and he more readily carry o .
aJohent age, uly 21 whgrelmed biy seiatios of peopity and could not, be cI- .d out, or even remotely alluded to by the We are desired to state, by a friend, lit tI..
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S..- ,- I ,l,..J ,uly 8 ofti ..i o i twas moretirade oine s in perso. We ask .. Frasertand that the wasge ntleman who ...
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Luke- I -,.. .., 14 ire .to make himself conspicuous, aid was de- more than that a sim.ilr degree of vigilance i Petersburg (Vir) and.fled from that state
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F F-., ,'y Garrison, Esq. ings and to subserve the purpose oF' memoirs Of and my life onu t, the yellow fever will never a- gery.. On *his arrival here, it seems-he assumed
S. mhispulic lifeandexploits. Weof a feelig heart, or lentsto its support. We have had tie ony to A etter o ed 1ant d Aed 12h n
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John -, b4 Fgreat l assemblage of peajl e, and could not be con 1 needed to the paordticula notice of thoxpre taices.
Augute(; l.' 1 li .:r.it" .- .. the n...i r. I.- ..i keep o fsfibe literary taste of an American private i i ,n,. .. iestablish.:is ,
le'hee a -. ll .r .d poet, at nearly t e of four whch understand that the gentleman who .:..
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S ., mere natural senbilities of a feeling heart, or letsto itssupport We have hadtime only to A letterfro St. gusting dated12thinst.

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oh..,F,,,n Ia l. i 8 this When a Fd.C .T.-A F .I |, .I i 1.,i t elv .r o d poet, at nearly tthe age of font' which waste M f. t .e ,rk o fed in h Fe:.t boFi

le n ,?," ,,- I i c, y eord er o was se o r S ot 'l cn n b i e ofit'romiweil s ee atb e wh,.h bemir s .- l s
d.a mE .ii .j.." F ,. w,,| F I' ne r o ithe other y ,.v t s [eFi rt.ttr,:ii i in theIi o r I It i, about 10 o ,' I.-.osFco oeh .about. FT EIF.iFL, poet,
'' ., ,... l appears e ol t -l. r s, a ,: ..t) the ac- ,,,,,- 1 servi an i st e re
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F ,IF....,F I.., i tent.r I h hiFll.FI f% .IlE ,t.JFe o usI.- Fan.hsl'. iT!l,. ['rheiole. se," ti riF2 i'i.F. FriEII hlt ,, ...c Irt Ist tI.l F er F, I h,. T .. f r F ..he t .i. 1._-i .

F.r 14tI 12F- iF. 1.,c7 '. wl cOt nt d tec uLIF [ t-llF y.Ibs' f b a ell L-IIIF-*i15 ^ e ountsb ry Ple aFet i the Ei. lerty toaF- .
"I h -Fin l f 1 FF t '...3 li onIoaw ediavey, geso a c i eiip 1ici z ite author t lr ; e' Fi ali eI oea I ethe ltr e F tt li o Il lI ,F'Fi. wh 'ih it a.ppF r
broI i, .., ,in I ..'I t vFt f itro disturb,-, 'eir, Fti,,F r tiihi I ty, ,,v ha.,y w..r h. _, is nov. in 4ite pressoo Van yWinlcs e, airmsteshtVtheWselves utin a their IsUtles ~ but I
"IF3i l ,printed e h .F'!- I.IF,,,,. t... ,.r.... 0.. d, ... ,1h ll..:r ir 111 t e, n gl tle e nglis edition.] believe they had no intention of in.luring ally o1

.... .... .. ..F ..' ,t low it '. I :. I p, E il. Fost ouT, scaffolds be- y tsear moA e se a; .l' ,'FlI. Fth ,:,,fr.iIel h.-na I'I ii. .1.: F,.t 1.I.
j y.. aa tcO.itFire tribI o r tI displayofeloquence, ydearnsire -I amed to i ea el e finda t hat you, cargedl, noonewas h injured. thehy proceeded

laborthe d upiee on answe..r to a- long as trnirb e tie1i w d : 'a l I o tre an the p asso s From "ot1 f lts contents a passe t o es
.. .. and tle competition of I executor officers e, iot hav e onsented to the repubae icatio of ercy r as to the house of- the Governor, but he had retired
.... '...l Au.- h28uwho shall ,.., 1 .. F, c,,' Bis duties, but. I u.T 1:" as the i. ,., i dl of an to the Fot. T1hey then s ces de.I ,r, io
Abre iem i o nnpo, j.Ily 18 excel in ,.,I I. -.atory. ,Ameica l writer. n ofopiion that youn have F -Flr l i n I o... e d. I... -t a i-
I ;'' --. Fe:,...F y,. Esb. Tte waritee I e Centinel p lells w ith -l Fg "w l ttl an to bt it si c:s ,., either from the .. .'.. Fke I.-.r aI -, aistys; a Int oto h.-
Fa, JulyFcprea eomplacen cy oi lt ie character of i t :. I i F the public, oF-liteseverity ofthe criticism ". ld; ,P r h e hr ,en but o
iL-l,. IF d '', how bestItdwe..-e,,l s er' Sily 3[. '"ht. we It t -t. u l I "' ,,r .lmestic. 'i he people ofthiso ofti l- o:,F11 ,'?orU [, t.h tl-T Ft Or e the picu

Tompk ins ri n b Wp ithtat theywehaterIr p 2 h arnd 2 t ..d.e. r..i' n th *ini. ..l rinch rl nnersn o tr a. t l he r etn.
tonldo n ofct er puraeosuerrnd F e dy v by a rt rye entit AN a t poro a a ise in epresei ted by the i rBritish.udits r .cra Fep e F- -It t i s ta; ed th at a er
vLwiso iHalse, wt, SeptI 4 t, e are charged, against a naiau, he na i r 1so o b r ep n er B ih. n "J to the barrack I s, firing ... th rough the
Wo illiaim iK. ,.. ulv 17 character toprove thetimprobability o .I!f i r who'll do statute of lite nature and talents, ,il l L '. s." before. The next fiay one o tle.. at

S m an n m u u|..er, al,, n -rBl o s on h b i e nt a nd: kc I r pesl l ( 1. I s Ior I r. ." ,, A rt,:!: ,s befor, T he u xtpi ds y t o e ,lofi the m l>
Tioge county, bbe Gamnalie. Birs, E. but the fact wh ether ie Marsall was Wise iI ,eir atte, lio is Foubiderahly awaknd oona the Church took session of the Governor's chair.
-Jo, Va.I Goreire july 8 making aspeecn h atall, and whether that sl )ech uject m t : t to giv e every CntI'l w tent osi eici o f th e Goviner o fr the
ST.. ,.v,. c R,. al,, recorder, wasseusible or riot, certainly cannotbe It. --.r' F.- 'rZC*lCi to the promotion ofscience,andthe Fort; third opu ishemrent is no t w iet deter ined
.,othe, E' .1. ... oi. juy 15 ined by the art ority of his general reputation, ei :'rt e na u n' is rme genius.e i
r, .i,", t t pi nor oby theCircumstar ces ofhis beine ,irt, ,f Few attm .. l)ts in te serious drama have been tupo. We are ait ll under arns, per o i or ndo-

2y1FF se. n it F lpeak Flth :F...I.oit ti. 1. c,,it ,s co .:. ..y bu we ma t h ,ty day and ight-sixtyof t ih ilitia are put into
U.'ster C, I ... "t.. eas E tmm ndo'f, fEs. man, for menof the b est hear t aro e i L .I I,.- wl .- r sat in Grth eat Britai almost as .ew actual service, arid we now feel secure. It is
Michael ol Af 10is rily me of the sas est minds ald h t a ,r f, F F a lc, t- ,.ilt thal cen n t at er sos ae ,a expected that the rin l heyders will be shot."r7
,ic F ha l ; .. 1 i 1 h ner sheal belongs to the first class, none w i.- o ,-i 1, one tes hat"o nturyd ha e d e r any *t.
. .. F ,,.. >..F ...'. t btre. I. lawhard.is owi contend that he'can justly be ranked tIrl. he.1'rs",e of publwsic Cap plause False tate ,
t,,- .F.M. Ill 24 last-we, however, give tile zealous frir ..,, l-1 "' -.' criticism, and mistaken ideas of thie onent Pleasaet, (West Chester,) June a 27,
Jiale i a ct Ith io Mr riuce one a i t y u F .., .i namaticFpoetry, have almost ruined On us ay .st, one Abraha" oight, of
JosehI-atchAugr, o-neoeadme.ocngin ihiiai poet a.e aost aYorktown. in this county, was conveyed to the
-, ul i is, never without occasion to make the Clia C. tI L ngishstage. Its J I" "' at White a Ins, for l.ootig a Mrn 'en
to IkeI)NEaDAY, JUNE 28. of any of his friends the subject ot tnews sl-r Owe ... anIi amee i. .d .. t yer. moitu1 cti,,t Eyck, "i onWe of the Co lnsotables of Cortandt town,
criticis So e fromea to s t that., ,. )cie, re b ....... ; 1, :: ", i,- ,,, ,, !t .]:m, tt?. s ;.' while attempting to take him into custody for a
The last Bostoi Centinel, contains a long a',.] 'IhI,-t'F1..I -A-Iiu t 'F.. '1 iFF e. _, F Ille, enic I -than-brea cho Ft e ore 1ubt icute a whl a tt peace. The gun was loaded with
Ill III '" i '.,ii 1i L F n.11;, iS'1 .'F i r 2,..2 .. Fi e r ... a s .. F I "''. .... ofe tib:titndtad f or br ach of tte p e nts Theai n u was ed lo tihthe
labored piece in answer to a trifle which ato I,- ,.l r-. l.,| .i., u i i.t.t... .. [,.,o pasion s. a om> t, and its centre nts he avi g passed through the

S e a n ale a v l .. .l. I .. ] naI re ad t e passions. F rream e
pered last week i a this paper on ,a kind of Ca- A NfI' ii llN a heCera of S akspeare to the s pprressi on fwi arm of Mr. Tell n yck, lodged in his pocketbook,
leb A Quote rIt in by th e p on a kndeof Prince, BosaNn, Saturday, It.' f plays in the time of Co el, the British thea- which being filled With pipers,_ prevented tle
deb Qotm to pk ibythe name of Prince B-oson, Satrdaye ne .fI s tre, amidst all its inperfections, maintained "-irf o entering his side. W" right was im
who, lately officiated i public as marshal, hang- ona and.er.to eo.d .' B t m, taken before a magistrate, ansl corn
at ths aown en at u a a n u o w rOiIUa ilr I, w, apee t we tat.p at e a nd o
m a n m e th o dist p rea c h er, an d w ho like P e te r H ea l th L aw .- -It is sd ee m ed pro p er -1tB *. i: th e r ei- o f n ura ,u i th e o i ts l n "tgt" ') tYo e a f P
i i t d m d ri revivalii the reign of ied u F t I. the serious- land ;onF open a Mr. len Ey cks pocket
man,. (etwedttt. Ie.le.. and whoike ertime. (on. we do t a '.' -; -F F F I.' t i,-smore than 20 grains of shot were fcou.d
'r" F he rite ii ~-Fill F. "'. 0.o]"" ^soseveetly publish the128th and 29th i''. At iF i [ le T. iI *h ..r F Fil,, Freischryem in Ltraged u sI Itherein.
when dowv to prayerr" surrounded by a great Astatute, entitled," 4 n a u ItoprovideaaAt h rs la laAOrt ofspeilsssiontws h1, ld t CoC
statu ,te t,,,..h l.._ ro t g paeentitlea d i An ac t provii against s t aledits u ri b l to tear l r of s i ssi wdssh elds, 1 atC orstt'
mob; --I% Il 'l.. It piF.-c. from the graceful panoe- n- bitrar" "r. les of the modern school of ,criticism. and t w on Saturday la st, by jF,.!,; .ccA.;
S ill 1cou a nd esilntialdise astsadI I F "i .1I-v ],1 the. -- Aiderson, and Toinpkins, for the tr .,I -I' I' l
F';': l 'r ,,l n,',',e own ad 4th, 18d00 p ettla FF.., bom ba-s tic lang a gea ard Lot nsberry, charged with violently assault-
"'," ,- ', I presule was Wvritten by hrin itself. Sec. 2 A. And be it further enacted, That artificial senntent. The actor's were itldu- It, 120 .I 'he' hgis wife. The -inutes of the

etoen 1 .1 IF ileII i I., I0 ir 0 I'o -, .f o FofnI,, in Fl 3".i fr o l i e cl aru 1 it pnr /s-i, and th m n w opor m

1 itg d .....,I Ill '-t d l a .. ....' n .p .... Fi-. season 0f nte ... I i s i f bo a ia b ilt f n'o herself
It- F-Fll-I himself ,c.on.i,. to.qu itV.l-r-1,1 1h d 'I'- h 'iseve F' person pratliF si- FF1 1, a's, to be Fe- I' all't- i a.. i.. ., o Shksi,,. F ',,rie .n .rin fi om t h i

[ithe h ,oriors of downright sttr, ti(. I Ii.I thUV' f h sIarhve, betwF-F t hiF1."-sail t dCol l .l..rt us backc.to tilettahs oF'hivalry and pre pi edwF t e n f romsthe lien dvrtF e h., '-
Io th;r- Fill I-:,,: 'w ilike hur ,tlgo aisd i F IFIt,.' '2111.A F: [ 2 IF '. I f i,,'F-l' i rl''s fort F ie ex ibitlon of heroic ad evl turl' s -
''F-~. wi 'iFFme'. lop'tuzzlinug tiaeiFFnbrains, jolutay of tlieesai(naction. IlieP t lln

petit, Mr.Soo Pi i t ,,.,',,served theI nl-e bight cer- evperyperh oiibI.rle i Ig I,1.:. F .-.i,,k .I, F-of. ,.,. I ,.r..il'.lF IF rF i ll o se sieateda s let thae-,r n-p,,
hou a int[lieCity Of New ,OhIiILII" -I"h,,, ,0, I,,,.,fci. 1 t III F ,1 F 'a lor F l.l lis. l. -iee rl i, go' n F he r feet.
[ainly offset their purpose,ard take him by star- srF ,dyAf defe t tte t, a h' r If 1. bt tl emstiiedF-'tc hee
nation, if they would only brothernJim .Iveumber,in, .,ny ii'. ill,..-, hh. ..I,,.dire IV. I ., 'IF 'IF ." -,.,,, l

to make him a dep ty-Ana r s .stilll-.after a lny i "ri ,h.li ,n or sojournerta, '. S'II ',P, I,. r-[FF1 F -g l' ly,,oriui0tC. ,11 ,I 1 -I
So.e. anonymouss f 'iend at Boston has sent 1. s1 'I" F. I '.F, I=.. I.,I"., '.- I II '.. ,I, FF1.1- tIop beo r- nI 'jFIFediop. p it hu w iF'i. IF.yI t ..S- I e itlil dis eothOF'e mother
the following ccnimunicatiolm in answer'to il it '.. I FI-,. I I, it,,FCoeneeort e'y h1FI tit wh tn y her fitier would beatlhr

other per.'on whatever, .s-all, between, the(I. 1 i-1 I ty tis cI'1"eh F-in 1ro1.ic 1, i enbovs e (i t .-,o.-.u.,,.d ind.
To the Editor 1',theANe Yrkf '1-h,4Postl: afresaid, reniove any sick person frontt.iany Il ..,ieas rby ,vhat.Jcsnsoncalls,F-colloqutial It appears that IoITlb'h fy is; a farmer ,it,
Sir-A, writer in the Bostong Cte i iniel, of this sel lyini atanywharf1ri n br h "F he F--I, F .a swr of tht n easy ( id'wir m. tauldy,.tie ha..,, eourIt sel'
day, hasseen.,,thowbspeakt i nil. Ih l sea-seF- S.~ 9.r An before tihe name of-such.sick, "FFr-FT e hR, l. ict ,, F. F F'is!,hFm w ell sustryaiue] oten 1oos IF w iht ra be[ itoiirih Iert sin[i
h e h t e r," ) ..l..in tilebe r p to ttt....co u n tygeol a nd to p ay a fi: e o n ftw e rit y -fire d ill-
rati o, they sod ur presented byr e in, is, iisioneer or 0110 the Board of 1, ih t l writ- aE, k to ,, !siC til ei e rd dntP assion oftime heo.la-
Fowever, hm depu nar shal.auretass lav teten l yseitgfaneh 'dfr tile puos e 0 su h .eIo FT 1:1'-'.'.'* al, nh..li.'i t ..ow ......r tr, whof ta ea.red., ',10 rlewereIstaenup at Have.,sta., Fln
'is asfmluo ingi doubt in regard to tle character Val, by t ,h said Commissioners, or onie Of dhi :"em,..' ,.I, F ,r tt rank, et ihonutt l -m. .thi17t, inst. arolc--- FIIays thed tolie gaol ofea ck-
ofn is striCtures aswenin wer. hin respect t to lie or by thietBoard of Health aveo et. F ....F-l; -,,1-'.I Iaiicorar t- ln Other w hen intox i n te ir;+ but w ionL e as
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Thev um oIest-t(Ilay rtmr:dB, Erpll!ng, that thev were absolutely compelled Reesohed, ThatU-he chairn.sn aa 'secrrary BC.1'.?,.' :, and the interference of the l eneral.Ihe ordered to ,rrg hi-,rivatEfr out. TI.;: .:.. i;.]. making a genera! disposition of them bcv
Ana' flourbbh roned my intruig bralb to do their duty. W~e .were then informed t ht togther- wit Carh, be at ommitte toR peelel',rgorernntet therefore,t would be mst steuor he~l obeyed ;t b t as ede i.. ,, g' .c -pthn hmala oct h lcso
ttp a p g.- -T r a e. I tI r-ItyI W'.If e I- Ipe t e- ext-daI I .. '. ,..,-I la
Nor i ".. '. .* a diselosure .7''.a truth would increase the a- have anv boweis ofcompaz--ou left. thny .wrl bt master general to pay the reward for their up and sent a men-ading hitter ...i.- -:.',, iI, 1 *r -respective destiny. \'i, il r tlhe same
(1 if thy har less fingers dre.d, latn, and that the bare idea that a us >,t;g.-,n 1,1 ,. to appoint for us adecent place, ;v ..i a st r e m y l n e d d ise a ,.e e x i te d a m o n g u s, w o u ld in c r e a se a l rith e to r e : y fi n ai o d e rtly ,n ili te th o 0 .. .. .. l"tl c l im o a is e r f r ee w n ip Tr I lo aa mt rn e u I he na n Nihe n ,snd ba ne e th son d o m
;iesoh' T nohat, iorderto conciliate tho heir: h ..s ithe ,w ot It. ....... ... was ot nt etrMrel -e to t of t ei
V.,-'i wild fiowv rs innocent embarraasments : it ., i',,/*. (a word to who iook upon us with jeal us eyes, we, ou< -- his papers were sent when the Cathmrine sailed. -"'*.* l1 ^:. we are unable to tell; it is not im-
'f hat they, their t,_ dew, may h!:fd., v^il a enormity,} to conceal the real truth of and all, who have long tail, a-ree to tender th,. Frt:1 t/e Paughkcefsie Herald, June 28. Marketset St. Croix dull and produce high and probable. There is no other rational way ofac.
-i th cririthe --Iwo.'-,',- ',as teltrfrwly hh gneza, leo

'ill the ir 1t r e t s nt ; the case. ",-,, .,.. :.me, the/..r-.p .,, "..,,. ty-. s :those bit to the tig -r tribe on or befor- ., ", -,, .-,. t,, ..,-'. r.'. -- M r Jo. scarce. con t.=, fr the miscarriages and delay, so fre-
l- h t tiy w rhasl tl o p~ ed 4ths o f ulved exth I rf- R o Ca is ,rman. .l' \ I. I, [ .,\ ,,z. .,D th~s' .h t u nl o paigne r ld i of. Wtcan do en m-

Then tll atn he they cov r'll, 61 caught the alarm. and^ slatdf .s which our oC_,n hea J ex onty, a old at th w k a e M enly com plaineo We can o no m
Atnd leave ot e'ena mound totol journals could I d en.yd.n, Public rumor caught .si'xweek, tbe produce of ten apple trees for the oh Rastvning, bth MisEliz eb.ri ahe, dagtr.o than tomake the detlnqenucypublic.
Si a I t m IJohn ank to E Sebring, dauger op
Where sleps the malcontent, the alarm al alltne injury was done to Balti- Extract ofl letter. 1,, 3 7.t-au-Prince,. ..-.. a ra ey w.re >t-te hsTces aleud nn Isaac 9ebrin,. esq. of ths city lo hnde O rrespdentsatBal
l n iatori rol y i];(r.tl :wha losel more that could have been done if every house in oin t set; e quantity 0 barrels--t be sales were as fol- On 1,.bl evening b ... c .rI. -I!r,2roit ungat on
r l I..It is now a rainy season, but the c Iee -s con-, Island, by Ihe K.eV. I ,,.,1i. I. .,r, Mr. -re, write t-s under date oi Wednesday noon,
I wonrd that no one see nor hear the city was infected by this malignant disease ing in, and of excellent quality. Mountain cof- 1st trip 6 bbs. 40 dollars Gabriel Ludlow, to .cin ,-:t.I,.I i` q..,.le, both that the pilot boat schimoner Star, Preble, arri.
Where my cold limbs rcoew; At igth, our Board of Health began to report fee, of the best kind, sells at 31 sous. that is 18 d do 6 do.- 30 do. of that .I e. red there tht morning m f
And that no b..I, er, hd a theprgress of this disease; btt in what manner cent s. There are now lying in this harbour 803d do 11 do. 77 do. On M,.n I ,y ing I-,, at Flatbush, L. by lere tht 'o i fro t de of the
A .t.,, br, d or 100 vesses, someof them from France. 4th do 12 do. 96 do. the Rev. Mr. Schoonmaker, Mr. Joh Ditmas, (apes, with thirteen Spaniards, taken a few
in -inemory o yl wmy woes; dhaie they performed this grave and solemn a u- itiscomputedthattherearein ori-au-Pri vc 15 do. 120 do. to .--rs .. n.il of that place, days ago from on board the Spanish barque St.
.. I5do.shipd. lie fel inr.,h ,,.,. I ofthwasnt p ce .das anodfi'o on boand btweenpthish arnd ome t.

arAnd, .., 0 ... t .Whe.re' Io. .. iing, rimy tbeson,! may i, deinto e consideration of te subject-have people--the latter consisting of all nations, but 50 bbis 369 dollars .t Wa-h .:,,: St ay last. a ftera long Fathom wer by a Patriotbrig, co anded by
Maytlttey nd, th er. be m ykne! theyokuo poiwted ot speceficalythsplaveswhwrtehiflyofaurnpean French r 50 sa
Mayth o thu rbeyknell, y pointed out pecincally the places where British Admiral, Sir ome Popham, Freight per bbl. i .,u I. vilham O'Brian, mer- Capt. Almeda. It is said there are $.000 on
The rUthless storinmyobsequy, I" .**..**, .;' ..-.t- -hic tl,, > .tat,:.(l.., I, f, t.1 expectedhere every day, and great preparations Cleargain, $356 50 cht f.':'0n ..oi the captured barque, belonging to mer-
And thvUraido's lhorrid swell .fiha, .' ., :.Ity : *n r re malltwaing to receive hima. in despite of the These appleagrewoten treeswhiehalhogeti.eroe"hCi l dBc- imoreapo, whioheaina p way o, .
The only wailb cme! ever wrn--have they told honestly the whole prejudicesofthepeopleofJamaica, heentertain- cupy lesstanone quarter of an acre of ground.-- I 1:1LL.Y, J."UE' 0 E,, n Bltme,whwasinthe possess
May savages with blithsome yell, ed the Hays, ,* .,.:..,,; -, .,, 2 i.citish Ad- Wheu theappleswere first gathered last fal, they il- of an American passenger.
Dance lightly o'er my narrow cell, truth." .Thfey have not: The reports of the miral, in c-, .. ., h,,. [ ,g.I. ,.r,. And a led 53 barrels and on being picked over th.i spinf, Our sreets and houses.-Every morning, at r e
in their wild revelry! disease are all huddled together, in an awkward writer of the name.of Stewart a member of the eparal t to edint ... ,. about three hours afte.. sun rise, our principal ..The president of, th ,i. States has recog-
And the black cloudsS of midnight weep a lovely nmnner, as if every spot of the city, Jam'.: L :.. :. .r_, ti.. i the Admiral o dured tohartles o r ofh a. ,. str et ree ho ate wn Rev. on Mi w a e nl.ed Joachim Barroro Pereira, as consul-gene-
",pnnll yle one nrato tell .e and1deep

J oiera, ierc. nddp in tdoffelPs Pointalone, had become the the- n s, he .. arulen hic e of tte fuhee been. gathered together by brooms and !.o .1 of his most faithful 1 iy, linofthe
Their tear-s tle malconten.'i mouca, 0 1 e d,,y Pubcicnt wa rumor.-.. caugh i.*.','- -.1 -h~e Yoi l,.| hc >tleau a ll priceofthe~; Johol en Ratnernd togte Mis EiaSbring, daugte 'iof'l,. i> m r

AhMary why are thineeycs wet? atrmofcontagion. All thisdnicalefn.esc, spider- papers. Stewart is him.elfacreole of the-islan.M 50 barrels, would amounttoseventy one dollars and against the Is,., -- be.. togo forth to their bu- united kingdom of }'.>r[,j.,, Cr il, and Al-
Forbiar nor let a ter intrude! woven police has had just the effect that we pre- of Jamaica. thiry cents after pa ing freight. o'clock th dirt cart, (o torsidatPiladelphia.
e st dicte Thelorestller a the huckster ave' nereti and att it -x os BALTIMORE, June 27. which there is not half enough employed) set out GeMe l Vives,, the ;pnd,.h Ambas.ador, an
Ytt t--canwren 1 e'er forget lrde :om sordid and interested motives, sounded the In the most troublesome periods of the civil wart On SundayEvening we were visited with severe to take sucsh of them up, a they like, 1. in.- th.: .., ha; ,.. taken up their reuldence ia the vil-
Thit desperate co(liclt havemet, alarm, they have represented Baltimore as one heIIsas often itenp'ofyf t g ,:-."e se we n re as.-,* rt, and, i.the ,. the cats, d and lgo ...n. ,dN. J.) for h uemer month
.Z.. ., cruel teacheroas, rude Iasso of contagion; s.they have. lI.-.. ..u u ,,d taentsad ne whle wary s.Is4 d., ;,, u re _. .: to the ny .,,,.. hta r1IM have y 't oe. or ,,catrtets gg at the houf.ra, J.)aer ohenra on,
Ovd ti hat noclsseies passage of the necessaries othf life t. the ,:1di. .,,, of en, compsedl e thqibest fayi l ius firsof't mvdih treu -
O ,' ... ti more mir flicey have speculated-and are the Republic, until the arrival of forces f .... the inmatwhich ascosider- dust that nd itway i...:i. dry god shps as Th e SaScrpenl ,ich has been so often seen
AtintorBado elhbgnt eotar e eliepun tknc ,suno e ar at oustheaturis 18The SeaLer 6 d, Which hae.been so often see
1. I 1. I. 11.)...W..1 ..... I., P' Ih3d ia 11 d 77hih w d onsil (rd t Ntt nIat rics it ayi;[ .I, at dry oe'dsh ops1. y a ps ,w t th r e n S a i ds t k n aII

G--- .f ""',"'I-. [.t:[. t.,..., 1',, "'.il., on the miseries of their fellow- Petion from the South, co-operating with tl. ,, ...,: i ,1. uee down the starboard pump which wells the eye of tle oodpeop Wry are in and about the btys of the Eastern sea board,
--- -** -" ""- citizens, andin the midstof all these distresses, partan ban,svedthe ifant Republic from spt in pieces below bTh w ere not the dirt-carts compelledsto f elhw hard upon gt last caught. The incredulous cas surelyy
l o .i -.i y JUNE 29. distresses ofsuch a complicated character; the m\\|I-tih.. personal liberty is protected, .r pr;- ;:4n.12 thesweepers ? noowno l...]..r d.Ioi,-
...--- .-- -- ,4,,, r :,.;"- on the continent are passing acts of r ate property is respected, cannot be I..., d...1 ..' dot t 1 ai-top-gallant-mast o no We presume it arises from the slovenly man from the. oien, (reo.) ale;Jfh u 19.
..... .r.I. I--i..1, 1i.:, Iy -:t ..f .,l 2,>'i -o-- ietncourse. c These are the consequences of wheln t t l on stat In l,'lml eynrs doubt ner of cleaning our streets, that the shoplkeep- i, aet,-- Friday evening last,
I -hii,.- h.,i-orortat-rdaylast. lifter-a longalltboat,

instant, we mentioned ,es....mbria;, that. among iat false and dangerom poicdb that represents coffee houeetablishd here and kept by an BOSTON, June 27. er in ro w he opted th.e practice -- :lpary 0 otu"m"n from this; place were a s-
th e oIa .1<.1.ofve a e h icoueo h rihepr, -,., a r..nlac eErpanFecmnad oawihi.mcste a j 1 r orle t aerhaing^^^ the graouond.w~cr~nc veycalyi h orig tira hh e^tbei ^e bu
bought this season a letter had been. rec are now su o offering under the effects of sucha;.i- t or'.r ityEuropeanFren. meuF st ei N rhatrolina. b d la ded athFalnouth, have 5y watering arts. A practe e salutary and normou .NAKE h."a.. .,vards ohem.-
: ,,,,-, that there ha l ...... "'" u-. t cy. In the midst of the ruin occasioned by our o E oe d ahere paaters ni, masters, Nr apprehended and are now in custody wereing .ain i tsle and w1n ,,aneo TC...l., -,ar.-. .Iis ,.. si :,p.t.are o pistph
z.frm trol wdhy ral-t-nzdndbe1apehua,.;d-, ow ncutd -reiehiginislf ndwih ant eto ht'-,. .....,, ,s"....:.....a hIen

at: ri'.uI t ;,,, ,.. lhat o e I,....!, I t for bn-the failures of our principal houses- xphe f cish. Bnt they who can work with their his town. They have been partial y examined of C ti -a e to
Awl ti, t,,uao, hori ,1, we,,i f( IT t on i ,I-I1.; I .-Ii. V 1 i; 1s-u ,i* i are main to rcive him.. .in dsi..~ nte of l t he Ditrc Aaony lue theJgeotlher muc h coimede,(ntwt-.Lr-l= tl- .ieci ythe w chapretu ihpreds br uete] l ter Lart

tht I ,""f p .... [., t l," Ihe B Boord of health on stagnation of commerce--the decline of employ- hands, parttcularhe", :^ land are District lor further e of som edotr ethstand lae sem- r, and arreaetipes til th ty

their guard. In doing this, we made use of the ment---the ,, ,.,- of a malignant disease, w.. prun ar e aa ndeq nt, r e. C tDot. it wand Perhaps be some tibr e before he xa m ea t itivt s wflso me of o ar e t sav nkl lathea- aid of harpoons, rdaleos, &ti. nccetded ithtak.
mildest and the least alarming terms: the letter are to be made the martyrs bf an alarm more mru, .'.e, o t p nf d 'e, and do ntt work but iexalnination will bera completed, but when com- r,)sm" i t we-ics as t eprsnt r ., aid f ha ro as, byta ensured ic length21eioet
i~pvndUSwaes ofth 5 peope~r ..diay a hdedonotewrkbt eaiAinton1wll bncoplte,:utwhe crn,,.,h, h..Th s.1 aVrcdiuongt"2P03 e

alluded to, u have jted a stronger re- oppressive, more extirpating than all these evils apart th day cap e le d et d e a lr ulye veen t icr ,st prst ty w p t II i ,, t .-. -
pr'sotation.' As oou,lI,oweve,, as th I", "1.. united into one solid mas, beretuse--.,e ha not Evry person who can prove himself to be of tinasatma fth rnialtat isclse, ed ul srvs lto urttorfrtsre ihO pnntebd^ang ti,. ,d ,,
thet0th ...). ..I t'i r ..... ,it excited thestrong- the hardihoodd to promulgale the h'ruth in the Af t'iv descenat,d s'atlowedlto resume the pus Tee w he priuastahtemeny asceraindy pblree indrt au fit. .,,t..rle ... .- -1 ,. ,.',., ...... I..I t, ..s .,tL
14-wion ofva:,s.with thetha landyl tis island, of^ h!h t1- ? Ugn, teneralewith fhrstatementsfal lishetue,.,... ......, A. ,.hmrcn. ....egrI II
feelings of resentment, and some of the newspa- o utse.T" revolution may have deprived him, and the go f' m the men taken up at the southward. Some As to our houses, it is now more than three birds, were oud thei A ilar anial has
.pers lost no time in giving Vent to expressions, I now merely ask, after such a coarse of con- vernment has ,- ...-.. .. 1 every disposition to fa- further facts are also ascertained. T hey state years since the attention of the c.., .,r ,.,,., i has g a ely been seen i Sunbury rier by sme of
th e most bitter and acrioious, denying, as I uct on the part of the Baltimore Board of cilitate them in theacquisition of their property, h att seeninhe br been called to t very great inconvenience the lese ,* .1 .I
A nddtteeblack clouds orep ubli-h tNveep (Iis (istnonth 0 w e re ls.e O rne so -A llnd -. filr.is o -ers, 'n '.w ere bou hee ha~ o urs ato h er ysunr ietin o ur enienc e h fah]'".. o ,. ..teir oc uras r a mo -

am very glad to believe they, now, consistent health, the last year, hat confidence can she .tsecret, o eecor 1 Aswi bteA infour concerned m the mutiny. One only of the inhabitants, and more especiall strangers who the get a Serpent,ad the enormous ze of
with t, -.,, coudd do, that there was any founda- demand or expect should be placed on their re- degrees removed from their African ancestry, sixteen has not yet been apprehended, happen to be here an a visit, suffer, by the want utis '*^ ,1, u, / frtve no doubt in saying it is
tion for the statcneut. This denild, as soon as it ports abroad ? Read it Mr. Noah, aud then say have returned to th s island to enjoy the. proper- F, re.- ti extenive brewery oMers of numbers on our houses: and for more than the samr.. a
reached us, w left no time in republishing, not if the "sounding the tocsi, of alarm, ou the first ea et hplpe thi was te"troyed by fire last evening, together with three years has that call been repeated all in Wenever extract an article from the National
oly without whisperinga doubt, but affirma- report, was just and properin the city of New- comtry are not under their own prejudice, bnt a great amount of property iu stock and mate- veiiu. In the mean time, the evil has gone .' '. --.-d, 'whh.,qr ,.. ."* [,..,,, .i:, ,.. t. '. its
lively expresning our congratulations on its re- York; a measure of self preservation, natural prefer themselves on account of their complex- rials, increasing'; new streets have been laid out, and 1..',.,,, ,-t be ex.^ ntted to every part of
cept. Two gentle, editors there, also in, and have already the idea that the highest U IMOR, June2. old ones have been allied in such a manr. a le.. ,: Evry public scholar, every
c e p ti n T oge tI m er, e i t o r t h e r al oeai r r e ti b l." fi n et r e po d ued, a botm e f27 .m o t rath." j. f t l i g o i e

wrote usapriateletter tothesme efect, which I close with again :.. ,: r,. pledge w hihich o n b t r s r o-Captain King, of ei to chang the r situat of the ..l., possessed of .live-
beautiful thanttheffinestoni Alrmixtureslof the "ed I s'odc/,owth! .,er.ca.--Captaiaf King, ofttheetoochatstebatrels, which situileiaveragetprice.ofhewholebe,.ntgathere together byrbroomsoad -os",ssed If."l' '-

we also Mpublihd, wit alacrity. To a letter o Igave the pblic last year, that I wold t fail and white. But the generality of the republic schoouner Luminary, in 4 days from Chagres, which reders it quite a necessary and expe- ly atd laudable curiosity to be well, informed of
the Secretary of the Board of Health, we gave to give the sign al of alat, upon the firt ap- vary in their appearance from the deep blackrof A meric, tstasth was t n a 12 diet that thiregulaton should be now adopted t stal e of Europe, w ill find aple If -
,, ,,..,: :, ,,. and we hope asatisfactory answer, pearance of danger, came from whatever quar- a pinted t f^ul enogth, a atl in d ay expected from Sa ,.,. with a large sum as it was originally. t.ion in perusing the editorial article 1,^f
and here we hoped the matter would have end- ter it might, an whatever might be the conse- a room of the national pldace.) to the perthctly ofmoney. No news from the Pacific Ocean since I myself have lad sometimes a line surloin of adorn this masterly paper.
ed. But by this morning's mail, I perceive the luences. Furopean and military appearance of gen. Lys. the taking of Valhlivia by Lord Cohran,r and f. o l lef b a butcher's Ioy a From t Pil. Natioal Oazetie, June 28-
l, I Iortiser and Federal Gazette, have in- Te national palace ,has becu htely decorat- th e b loade2 owhctayhequie iy house f tl itwas necmalry t o cook them for t iot We have received series of Spanish
dulYed themselves in some very censorious, not We received a leltlrmlt week, signed rJb e womPe rio r hofte cil r O i ww ef the proper claimant, which, however, e... shai(hsi..f C:.,,turitl,..l.:Ia La.. Ii... r, a..n.d.I)
T l ,- E uglan,1, inifflh e seIlaveiontfala m Ih ,heyehav tepresented B altim orehasonepIle c .,m.nti,-laidh h otvividerghw hig ,nd.tunder.',h C :,.la- I..tak en.il[,.teir.re|d....... tile .til

to say indecorous, language, towards me for Coltson, ./n." requesting ustoa publish the mar- hias been exhibited.l R r A R,.A1'.LESTON,.une was .. s..geat an convenience but it migl, ' ,
haswof ennoiv n eroo 'oeath a nincIonve-nience ,bIlie on y ig ht I w have-et asc rOh ,tand, ii.the lee. ,. I'lll t. ileCa ts, gi o,,c

having Conscientiously discharged an act of riageof a gentleman at Schenectady, i ;.;.i,.as .... Moa A'Lernoonu inthe totr'House,upn thebody be bo"re; bat at : ,. ,, a very.large old *.* i,.,,'. F..'.r i,., tr I ; ,, ,_, ",, ; .Dler
duty towitrds the city in which I and my family nsual, when accompanied by a name, we unhe- To the Aqmerican public.-On the tweitieth of .Jaides Croesev, a native of Long I-am), ;; the cheese was one hot day deposited in the c..'t.-' elasticity, :and reform. Patriotism, talent,
reside, and which I shall ever continue to dis- sitatingly comply with. It turns out, however. instant, a fire, uexampll. A the fury of its pro t... 2 1"s 8tchen, by a black man, mared No. 30 Iud- .NI-* 1-. tie shown to be all i
Charge, undeterred by any trailer's aitger, while that we have been imposed upon. No '.,. i -' ,etin the cours ta fete he ', rd cited tohei hi (en Jy bIwo.s 1rit a MrdIetl ..- -t 'ce-ka d son-stren, wb i a cCn gav e the olfactory nerves a." ,.,, l a -, a n t1 r
i" continue to occupy the place of a lblic cen- marriage has taken place. It isl more than pro- This awful vLictaion of Divine Providence, has, l c, ca'ei i'el' oit of tht yAmily above I-otice of its presence, and ,,th h ,-, ,.AI,, I to various beneficiary'
tiHael. The former i,,.. *; c'. i.,..'a. me bable that the writer of the letter is guilty o. ii i n,'.'ini, course swept away an imimenso vascoaticda- drovemeto mak- an instant enquiry among my an,,:r. 1" ; 9l .cdIrecs abound, L.a.lh..- .>
to p I-oduce the name of any respectable citizen a fabrication. It can be seen at this office and '" e otl o low a d utit T,.ail T oner. b when i discovered that 30 was mark- t'er ,he ,. we.lt ,. r.1t.ataec every rirancfuid )oit `..
I pG--- F ,; I .I V., on the m i *, by the industry of veers, and c hrow-p a retn pcita- hre.r'aOfIic., TuI-Jd.y, 2d htlune, 1820. neighbor wheinds i it coere tt 0.. :i..mrr ygo o., ,..pa Tt,.S .eSeent, h i anch h. be .ofensn,-

cf Baltimore as the writer of the letter alluded should any one be able to identify the hand writ- te and exteusivR porl.n ofthecommunity, hith- ed on a brick house in Chapel-street, and a c ,e The most .. m, i, ., .1. li.... decrees is
cei.iT hesm oatd,.n t,.'m i's,,o ..f th .:. ddetreeses,

to, and thiuks'that without this proof he shall be- ing, he sttall be entitleA to ten dollars. Thi erto in competent, if not alluhent circumstances, COOPEitSTOWN, (N. Y.) June 26. board on the corner beyon~l marked Hudson. It one of tthe 20th of April, which ordains that-
gin to sueect that other motives than those de- stale, as well as mean, pitiful trick of publishing upou thenthe public for the first neces- A aa gracttlrra erpretis-\e' scarcely open a nowyc ^me t ligt o w t h his family had sometimes h.. i l... ri *--. of giving the people a know-
The II- a mercsesries opeli. pacnt at ncr froi decany paro t of thi e country, whichte do t the ir d r n c o p e y t f1had i. .1 ua s ll.I nghts and duties and in order
i!.i I-.1) JUNE, 29. 11 istrc~es Of( I tll a cmp I ithtedcharater; te -e isnpotectdned1o1y the,1. frrm1-11.

c..iedhave actiated me. Ithe expected any sa- false marri-ges, for the purpose of wounding lhe k, li .Ircusntancesal tending this ter- not note the prospect of rn abundant harvest. lol their dinners, and how they had like tohave 1 n as ^ 1.0 enlightened on these from the
ti-sitr answer to this.he sh-ould have employed feelings of the parties, has been to often played riblet c ..i .. .i, .. Isas occasioned a greater ex- l Pemsveivania, th lie orchards are said to be lost a fine savoury cheese. There are four hous- very source whence they had been too ofte.de-
: 'diffr... ....;Ii h b .: ];, tohissuspicions. off upon publishers of newspapers with impu"i- tent of-idividual ruin and distress than is usual- loaded with fruit-all kinds of grand promise esiu Creenwich-stret umartbered til7, and itmay ceived,-all the parochial curitesof the monar-
As to thelatter, whoheadshisarticle Yellow ty. It is high tcue an example should be made s ly caused by teiiost e tensi re h e e e be s th rientat more fhan hal the houses eit,
tma~ w e to e *i t a r o Ih re e hatd a rvonf buine ssath nr--th at text a r i ay i t r a a dnhy t have onh r re t re ofle a ningly urstat e edsthat to h nt l th e ho usk e s chyor shalle xplaito the irn p arida ht lner latstte
-h .a otho II.II 1Ir taonaleanthegruspoiyaha epesnsy cfeehoue csab lledhreoadketdyalaBSONsJn,!7.the1 aryofYOI .W hro ti ,laeWee "s

Sfevcrin New York," and who seems gasping for oftheoffenders, driness of every '.. ". ni., ,..:- strong wind An, in New Jermey, although some fields ol and lot are not numbered at all. constitution of the eortes; | ..:..... ., ., ,,,
language to outrage t th anl fairness, I should s-i an o s a I p Id the very compact population in she vicinity wheat have suffered from the t y pt hePiati al atly hr t hfly, "yetaheepro- person has been appoin te d fo r toalle an elass,., J r, hi:, ,11 is..... :..,:
1 .-;,, that t e h I., : ,i '. -he New L"nlon 'Gazlle 1t ye-te .ay in ofuits commucoment, at once spread the flames ,Nise of th e present season exceeds any thmig ex- 1" havI by wt1nt:-that tlip. -;..0.e :a1il. 0 ,, Il1 ,1- ,v r ..th e ..-
think my time i-imployed, indeed, by ,estowig forms us thliat A fever of a mabignant nature in e very direction with a rapiditywhich not only pernenced for many years." Maryland aluro more than a year to do this duty, but, though o -th primary schools, by the,.ir tefichers; ilfor
I"o s- hefilreoofur thepalho ssprifou is.arytey w o alswrc'itoolsthsto n. T eyha e e ntarilleeam n d ,% re- ': ,-.hersI.1..- .;. .( attleIn n

a comment upon it. If it answers the purpose has i br several weeks prevailed among a small baffled every effort to check its ravages, but ren- boasts that hergarners will be filled to overflow- called upon again andt again, le has always had the students of universities and .ecclesiastical
intended and he finds his account in it by an in- christian society i Groton Co well known as dered the removal of ,, i.-: ;l.hi, ii: ... 1.t. ing. In New England, wheat, rye, flax, oats, lic in- stinarie, by the regular professors o law and
wilde- l t >t a) ingrange, altogether :u,.* ,. t.a 1. t. ., .......: r potatoes, corn and grals, never wore a more rcetn ee ttf moalytral hihi-l..ire .. y .wl ; and lor bthe soishabit'ant f
crease of patronage in Baltimo I shall not a- ." Rogereeus,,"from their founder, Mr. John Ro- it came all was lost. From the vast amount of Lnxuriant appearance." Our own state and convenience, that imperiously calls for the im- confntl hn.-,nivh.ally of all literary and enf
t ,... ...'.,i..] *i .. .;.l: f..!..-., .i .r.. Last ol all cet<. Their tenets forbid the use of vi.i.-._ i,. r1"-*''-' ', consumed, there is scarcely one of our county, too, partakes of the common blessings mediate attention of the Common Couail. ,,, .i. .. ,l.i .i,-. ,1 ., by their principals. The
coIes the Advocate of this morning, but te di- citizens s who does not, either directlyor Winter and Spring Grains rarely ever looked i,.. ... .,,,.,.. that the Constitution be
tris inthe cit of tBhimorefi and hast enhaled a Nine have a ead d among whom is Mr. indirectly, participate in the general loss. bettrn-and during the pat week the weather The editor of the New York Gazette has re- stereotyped atthe royal Printing-Office, to make
Smothy VWatermous, their lat leader or elder. Ve A calamity so extensive and general, at a time has been such as to increase the growth f corn published the editorial article of the Advocate of a copy ol it attainable for every one ; and that it
1.1. I s n rtion of the exlilitatiggas colcted understand the Seiectmen of Groton have found of peculiar pecuniary pressure, renders our own i. Let us therefore, instead of miurmur- er tt Btimor is te mot be printed and distribute in al the ransmarine
there to enable himi to play his part to the life. it necessary to interpose their authority, and pro- citizens wholly unable to afford that relief to the ing and repining at the pressure of the times, he yeser ay, sayig Blio n dominions of Spain. Another decree establishes
unte itoon.ioldiasneaueofeha n tainy ero w oAalnpovthmslftob odecraetaem ntIestab. il. 1 II -h, e'.-

After pronouncing. as brave a pnegyrick on k t h distresses of those who have lost their all, which thankful that the bounteous hand of God is vi- enterprising city in the Union, and t it we an anniversary commemoration, with the utmo.,t
altimore, as if he meant t, take up his residence vle e sc their necessities imperiously claim, and which, ble in all hisI works ought to place such implicit confidence in the military and. ecclcsiasticl pomP, of the death of
under different circumstances, many would Suide.--A young man by the name ofBeebe, A correctness of the Bordof Health of those paiards whom lurat butchered, in
there; after declaring "she is the most enter- For the ew York Evening Post. cheerfully bestow, aged 19 years, of Exeter, -, this county, about cadorand correctness the oe t oe ie2dof M-ay. 1i another pre-
th.O4bttrad Madridl) on sI ut i teprto teBltmreBatteacpithn ftei roet ta tesite woofobouh it ay.. dofcliaethmi1'*I o0 ale o ie;eygra icnvnecetother- pr-el-1,.---ierrctlnarm

primng city in the union," (which many people I'd rather be a dog, and bay the moon Under these circumstance, the Common coun- ten days since put an end to his extatence by that place, as never to state to the pu bhc, any .scribes and regulates the organization of thie Na-
knew before) although, he says, there is no Than one o'theie Corporaon ta lltut-noges cil of this city, have fl it their duty to lay the shooting himself through the body with a pislnl. thing respecting its health, but wat cones from tioal Militia to guard the Constitution;" and
in ot e,. ,,,,.n hn At aver numerous meeting of the Can distressed situation of their unfortunate and need- He lived but a few hours after receiving tle their authority. Did he not read what Ili just- it appears that numerous volunteer companies
vion for stng therstt emet., T i, d,i,, men d o u h fet e ee tibut t to it nl- 1 r orin Ilav5 nor te sa ye iti
their papers being remarkably-o modest on that cities ion th seue ral wards, 1 hel in rontfof e c01i tiens before t hepulic, aodnlei rt, ate a. ta let f a"" t o y ly admired editor, Paul .Allen .ad Mr. I Lan arel elorm un o themselvesfar t;, ain the bjcat.ed
p o r tf s l i i t R e a da d s ti t M r .f e N o a hue r a n du a t e a tath eetn saa yu g h a v e, h o woedteuy m oee do nht oo w t hg m n t ni se sla n d t o. .e n.jo y, t _5puro paer -iTe i

point he adds wefought to avoid saving any o nt th s t i humanity mabewillingto bestow, mak-de&liGd isaddresses owu judmet ad """ tistt artni
thint e to wound her character or affect her inte- an isuap chnen gt thepet r eo th e sfl oiphe ig this appeal, they asK not for contributions to On Wednesday last, in Exeter, a horse was in upon those of other, probably it wou chi ,an part to ignorance of thet a sh lan
thi t-, w in herhrthle r fe should t a e and resolutions were unanimously adopt- reimburse the losses of the affluent, however ex- stantly killed under his rider, by a stroke ot light- te Thishint is given from no motive other tua. tcoutadicts .. .. .
rest, because, if unfortunately th ver houl l l tensive, but to mitigate the sufferings of the nee- nng. The boy was seriously injured, having Y sWi.e..ly. one movements in Prtugal, and ti.l ..1 ..i. .
prevail in that city, her Board of l ean th will e- Whereas the right of expressing their griev- dy and relieve the wants ofthe cistressed. And b hisi hat and clothes monch torn, but is likely to re- ha a fIend ne iinistvenoal jourinral,(uinI whose tone t animai,.IIer,,I
tuke early notice of the fact. and put us on our ances is alike granted to man and dog, by the from te liberality and munificence fors which theo cover, -O O, tr,'%s abroars sresa d e-We have reciv-shrpy) haI the outh America: Provihc. s 1- ill not
nan cl art of naur ln wbra' ef American character has ever been i,. ...... J. NEW-ION1)O, Jnne 28- -o our s>bser-'-1 .... .. ~ receive tin! Couisi'utiun. It alleges thiat uil best
guard." If I could for a moment, says he, mani lhare tbea o nature and where, many il -ey deri ve an assurance, that claims upo te Ori Tuesday last, an attempt was made y a ed for the last four or five wee:s, daily com- res.ul.ts are expectedia South Amnetea, wher the in-
p ld ato o ha e trren all r 0 n such,,I" .. .

suppose that a Board of Health, composed, of J ealoua ad iiipose eons ofhb orme publicliberalityso pressing and so great, will not man who catlshimelfJohu llake, to enter the is of the irregular manner in which the i". ..o-tiots rcivedpT Fare-r,
respectable and responsible men, could conceal species, to de..ive us not only f the liberty oi all to attract the attention and open the hands shop of MVIajor J. P. Trott, gold an i silversatit c, "n. Evening Post reaches or subscribers- A..b.ssador at Madri.., in .... '.1 0 ltlt e calumnih
ls e w i O t h g i .13 l e u u. U I~ I 1 l ( ` 9 ` 7l i c h b el t if u l t h n h e"ne t u r e o t h C L I .w ri- p "i ng.O f.t. o c u I n g t h ery e l tvensin P o t ur a c h e sowr s b c i b r o fa o tr d i . nhe ,c l u ni.,
w e, eal s ob utbf m oie o f-w i t h a l a crri t y T oa raole t t e rh ao ft a b e-an d-hu m a n e 1r1 -.-ro n11 I -o t h i sI.iv e ryl ap e r s o n oots t o a 2 d o f aal ivh a

from the people a fact, which threatened their r t I "ul wa dhitbe t nat te I i. ina d so a One letter now before which came to hand
lives and prosperity, then **t, .. e'.. .-- r .. "iesolhed That we view with the most beastly appointed a respectable committee to receive & sedly acceded ; but immediately communicated this morning, signed by no less than eight re- assured hs excellency that he, Ferdinaud, wa the
oulddbe just and proper i our city--it would be contempt the law of the corporation of this city distribute any donations either in money or pr- the plan to Major Trott, who having placed sectable gentlemen, at Newhern, (N. C.) says: tirt aand the heartiest con vlitlutionlistof Sin.----
to t the signal of i t e (th tithats co mitte G n oi ng chouitd ma Ilenf ofrtvne rtiuig t h Bae andB rashwprolced- a
a self-preser.atio(, nahural and irrl ahnlblS." 1 passed in 8owr-0se1,whc o1 11he, ay ^^ B)taroed- *' There are now our or five papers in arear. ,< e 1 '\ ,
tank you,sIr;"loweyouone"iasknomore.ee o to him all donatims shold be directed, ed to the shop. The back window was secured The cause of this irregularity we are at a loss to ach, o ,il. ........ as the i-ne,
pe, rano of dang rshh[, fronthatever,, r- as t was orginally

Without one word of my own, 1 here subjoinan neither the light of the lamps, nor the assistance By order of the Common Council of the city : by a common shutter, with two hooks; ,klake conceive, but conjecture that it is owing to the matched in point of ab;;ity, and otur marlntLd ,,/ the
.extract from ope of their own papers, of last of tale watch-a .i,; ul. 1 of i the days of olyTroy. sen i stracki the shutter a vio.nt blow with his t wat o attention in some of the intermedi- topics of recn minu iong and ir i %,, ... ,-
'rdoothtryear, and one that holds the irst rank: our ancest wrs hate vA c.oethe afaroe-d law S A Wro R Je, 80. some n ti he hois s ang out into ut teie a ate post offices, probably Pntorwrburg-from ,1 fo e f ti w pe f as
oIn the Morning Chronicle 'fs ept.2, 119 eri th ih f rn lared by a premature movement o the guard which ace it should come here direct; whereas ed as a cordon istfrd rio pes
l a r m e d b y i l t r a p a r n e o f g n 1 V o a l d i v ia t u eb y L o r d o f t h C o c hwra np a c i s o u d oan dr e d ier; w h r e s d do r n r t ont la i stir o a[ attu : ile
ar agoes to d epriveF e us of -theebl ckade ofofu ypro m enyatie TheaE ,' beef-R Oa filet.o -etre lefoby a butche 's toalae don t e thiud5t, ionalG azeletJu e a

the editor says i- g h streets by day, and prowling by night, is TE IL ROBBERS within, lied. He was immediately pursued by m tl occurs that the Evening Post i e t a tr a
dul,-e themelves a som vervconiorous, ot We eceivdia letter frewekntlyiiocc4uJoh cc!awthbth richnst funitur from ranceand thlied 22 gu shipSpyit'We hae received seriseof panis

SAmaignant petilence does exist in Balli- uscoustitu.ionas; atnd is also ujust, inasmuch Extract ofa i er to the editor of theAmerican Bradshaw, whoseied and detained him toe and sometimes fr Sa-
more." The existence, of this fact was, e eit er BALTIMORE, une4 culprit was conveedtoprisn. O Thursday, vannah. tis somewhat singular that most, if i o .th parcuar tr mentioned m
first, promulgated, not by oatr Board of Health ; resoled. That we view with the utmost hor Knowing the interest the humane inhabit- he was taken before Justice Thompson, wio not all, other paperscome regularly." being repeated. ', .... ina-"., Argol its, the
notby that body whose duty it was to have an- ror, ..;-,,t., .... -'.wo1.,.... of teeth the hberty ants ot your philanthropic .city, took in the fkte comntitted him or trial before the Superior e are as utterly unable to account for the new MiistLer of Finance, whlo haiId come firom,
nnced tie danger, but i came to our ears frot granted to man, woman and child i ota.ethe a of young fl ohe mail robbers, cr^ Court, wch wlsit i this cty in Sept. circuou route the papers take before they the fortr ofCeutaappe tt ti
n m circftroniuieto owuonteboyb o usrw, utea' .t..- papers take beore thy tht Itr...o...nts appered". .t1efilL.t time

iutrnals published abroad. Iladthe fact been ualhenir ow hands ead sa aT od a rm The governor d hisa couniorl nth hav -e tw ritr aach New. as our ubscrir,- tlre can l -.. vaI, l ; l.s.
an t at e il e Is tCel a t -eRo d u rtaWs ad o ra d it o u o a in t1a y co cl si n p i F rn t S t T he m es-a -- Bthv e o b rzI l-, C atha rlik e e a ch N w o n s o r s b c i e s t a

stated asit was ; had th e number of victims af- every such attempt to deprive us of the right of adjourne, w without coming to any conclusion up- From St. e enThomas-- y the brig Cat2arne t osbly be. But what ic worse, we have no don f-r the ill he had ,one M; ;ro .ed th
flicted with the malady been mentioned ; had trialby jury. fi thesu a da not.n. meet *,i, until th c pt We ldJ n from t.Cro). wc lent th, mt. of rc ti heir course and correcting ut1ostorrow fur h; sar.rin.; exhorte< if m to
L wirst Mouay ia Spteher. d rv.. el tter, it s much cornpaaiot was made at ngt. Thomas Iat the me' ans of a a r t t. ,. I .. s ; eh
thc place atr places been honestly pointed out i Resoled, T ti at the most heartfelt exsoressionscaid avised the execution of both, while the depredations committed by insurgent privateers. the procedure. As soee as they are deposited u>atai. th e couti-itur a, and to ry oti hi:s sIp-
I yth udty fcos adthon rseca nihbr, hn isoerdtht3tlr -,, m,1I 1 ever b0Jrac ,.I z A.ftIl

had thc causes of the pestilence bee' fairly e X 0, our grAt-.de are c ue to ,l.,jimij Wataot`, i -rer contenIe-d for Iis -rergative of co-omut-|- Several very valuable Spani veels trading to in e pst Office ,ere. they are out A -
.' "our ..AroA.:,r ~u h eos lt~ ryo
;o,,,d ad in ct, ',-e o r .y th e oorpo- unY -; hui n e t. 'isthe conubil deried-- that place have been recently captunred by th u e g o c rm
'ri,;o a _" rid l ruu:l
pose], &c.; had, in fact, our Board of Heahh ror to see 'h eorsaiddogmaticaland tyl;ani- ad or reii to i te ni Twt day benoree t ar ite ly t, r a troui. NVe wsh this eit did not (xit, ixr the theldeC A, i : a
,,. *\**^*l lo--<-^"^-,.Jl(..Al*- llo^]na~c~n.^nJI Idn ad thie o crnor refusing to sign the wvarranlt, T wo days before the Catharitoo left it- Croix, % ., .,,,, i
done thEir duty, we solemnly believe, that the cal law executed, but whose tender mercies to- hs spar 0 the ives of these unlapy, mcu untdl .. ri ,.,',. arrived there front St. Thoms, who sake of our own interest, as well as the conve- t -e people of ladrid, he re;ti(e"I to rite k6ya
Glahrm would h,;ae been temporary oniy, and itsn wards us pre'ais cer /!'s se;se of du< to his a,.t;;,-w overn.r and council shali be appointed, staled, that a few days previous, the Danish man ,,ience cf our stbscribers. Not lo Ig s;ce we paIceauI ,e cv.'", ,-aurelit he f "
e"ta a,'l tit auel epioyers, won,,:.L -, :.i aot take place until the month of of war on that station were blockading an iusur- etollect to hae seen it stated i A some of the D on .'." .. o,.r
efft', lt'e ad. I. : 7:2so.'e.T:-at Vqatct, -Lionri nd Sail" be a ; :.:1.. .;a .,I ; privateer at orte offlthe Passage IslandstI5 e- rco ec t h e en tsaed asme fth D n ._'' ..,... :, o;nehq e-
WVetnge Iise,- cono^^osahttns wi ^: unfeiLjs- ; t,,S herei to p;'cCcat hil a copy of thew)'"sc" u It
'., Pe t,) a COPn I'ni4 !,iii i DLn.w:, r re, that the Untited States iofeel er that port and ?o;rto .Thefrigate western ppers, that the Po t Master there, in of Justioe, being in very bad tha on retur
ed anxie.t ou the otice ofthe F1c rd of.-a.l. ; ..'. iLm, acconpauied with tea wa Jsof ;te very sre ,, onu tl:- subject, and tint it is pr-oba- .sent her boat with a flag, and invited th a corn- order tn s-. e trouble, was in the habit of putting o n u .i nmu ataili' h ,mc o, ,. .e *
.. -top at Ahineuara, a villa e ,t4 g.t tq :
t the i--t ,;oient of al'anrn; but-this advice w\':..;ao. -;ah aae oo',;isedgment r the !ive-i interest c he :.;.. .-.a.,yg'. -al wil be directed to p-o- mn uder of the privateer on board, with his pa- '. t- e ,ew 't>e'rs that came to is office, fo from Vaeltia. Th, p n'tip 4 me:obe s of th
dreg.:'!ed, ntil the rumor assnd a fruit so! wili aiears to :ak. if the inceO.:Is, of our Onsc the c.arts to conviti on; but there is .o pot, wr ch he complied with W eon board t ntoaba ntili ;, d atalo i 1.. ,ire .he
s-pec. state in t1. ti',on so jealous ol ilt rghts as that thi frig-tte, his papersw(re taken f5o=> himr; a- Lm- s%,.to b* ro' d ., h

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A n-w ry.tern r.lf' roniomy, in quiht,.mn aid
an wi 'er, 37 I n .2 ': -rl
Q.:.- .-ton to Th i e 's li-torre4, 37 I -2 cents
,, at'Iuii;to BI ,i,"L Lecture%, 5i7 I .2 ,v-..nts
Itr -le L.
L. & F. I.OCK Wt-.,,L'.
e Se.. ..... .... No. 154 Broadway.
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Je 19 : J W RUSSELL, 90 Pine-street.

AILN 'IL J H.Id low Wlre, in Iot, to suit pur
chaser?, for sale by
Je 19 106 Pearl street.
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A--. iJ, ,I-.. ..J Iihii ,nuchcare for the EnglisI
I L.-ite J ..-. c i .l l lbr Fro..,: r'' ;1 :[ I;..,
at Richmond. in a fine vessel at a .mciii-Irmei.' ihs.hi
and cant be directed to any portion lii',d .., In i,
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house late of ,r. Gi. ; ithien ,Ju. h, rhir. r i.:.a but
ton wood tree; thli .rr el) al-",n l., I. .' to ti
A. ., ',-.' ,i H ui '- I lah 1. t, 2i i d ,g l lu..:ri 'f lan ,
. T ,t rl I .T:,O s C ; : 'i ,: ; rh il ol,.: i 's I .

Si ilt ", ,n, Ih II,_. tj fi I lhe h n.: ",, lP'r Gra
I I, : 1 '. ,. ,,: ,' .I ll ,,,1 A 1 -C., th.- r. a:,l ulld l, I
half part of a sinmill maadow lot contigious I h.. r.
-L ''' l ,,,ri *d I .l l river. A, 1.. ] :,d
ii t i i 1,.. '.ihi- IIhc 1 d river, and bound
I Il>'iI1 ,I IIh- a II ,nler, .- s iirly by theDunder
bergh and Clore. Turnpike Road, and southerly b
Johti Oppie ; cruTi i;..i, -a i-i a I, r 're or less.-
Also, thut par ri' t,.: li l.rI.-'u h ,,.J Clove ITurn
i;ke Road, lying in the said county. Datel it
lav, 132U-

Jc SClawGw

J. OPPIE, Act'g Executor.

P ETER V..LEDYARD, 256 Pearl-street
4th door below Pulti.nr, itre t, i ceivesdai
ly from auction H AR D' A R .' every descrip
tion, which he disposes of for cash at a surdll ad
vance. My 24 Cjin

S '. : .. -L I a.' m' 1.\[ i. .i' l. uh n. I'
S Molasses
'2 hhd and 24 ts Muscovado Sugar
37 boxes 1Bro.vn -'..-,l1.-. r fir .ia blh, ,Agenora
at pier 13, E. It. f.r leIy HE &
*- IB -41 Rtath street.

0J ON 1r'CRACKAN has .jiit received, di- 'IIIE.
ret irom Uite n.jnJ:",.iursri, 4'.,.0. leep' Sr, r'.t GLOfBE IN-
.u-trk,l.i'.n banrrJ, a large 'i'r.rtment of supe.- URL' NCE C M-
nor Dji''CLI BOI.TING CLOTHE, warrant- FANV, ((Offie FN. 55
'.I oI.obe the. bed tilst tan be n,.ler, for sale low- W'aU-strect, Nrw Y,,rk) ;
.'r, he beii t i tn v hast-e cover y'it b ea of- -p al ,, m,,i.,.,," d..l.4
ore.J. ALSO, .lre, in-' e't'-d iin, Fu'OL
IrL .L frONS.--il.indlt-,of-"n e sicellent an,] MOrtage,. and I ut- '
luslity anud workmanship, and assorted sizes, for hI. Sto-. B
,:..lE, x.-r ,', a:,tNo.87 1-2 Pearl-street. .D'RFCTORF!.
: *J. iM'CRACKAN hasremoved for thepresent, Win. Henderson, ,.r 't.5:-nel IHicks
-,ii j longas any danger of fever may continue, to John Hfone Her, 'i Thomas,
No:. J7Jotn-street. sept18 Ctf Nathaniel Prime PeLter Cr.ry,jr.
ti-Ilik".T. %s'lIiJ/ L'L.'iSS 1OUK0 Aigustiiet tLavwrtnca (;e...-.J ]ut

FOR SALEatthe American Sch.:.'l C'..l Ware- p.sr fta-i.na Herr- Ci',.Irn,
House, No. 73 Vesey street,on ith ,..:.',d l-:,r LJwsar. II. Nicoll Edward I. J,.E,
The Juvenile or. Universal Primer, single, 6 1-4 .hn nvd:,n Benijamn \V. .-gers
cents ; dozen, 50 cents.
The Parent's Manual or Child's rr-.-.,., nea G'Irrit orvn Ar.,l...l. C. Ci ,
edition is in the press, and will be r.uh,,hi..l ,n al c),nuuel 11'Cs '.3u .'dh ,i 1 't..',r,
neaxtmouth) introductory to the Jnieick pcllhnr Williim Irving Puncintn P. Campbell-
Book; single,2 1.2 -2; dozen, I dollar. .InniaLhin Goo.Jdl'e 'A\l]I Nnrtt,
No. I. The Juvenile Spelling B ,ok, inim,:.'-i.c:.r Thr.m "- L. "J.le,, Au-i,,i. L. 'ii. ,
to the Juvenile Instructeri single, 23cent,. d.:i,n2 P.-tir '.ch, rmernuru, jr.lism. i.:.n,
No. 2. The Juvenile Instructer or. No turl Grain Benlamin LU. Colei L a.,O Larue.
mar and Reader, superl ediihr,.i, lfrmrn i ,P)t.,- LS
type pla .m muired..:;r,.rr to the Ju.'., ,leI Mtni. ; ,'- For insuring houses, ships in porl, goods and
c I. "7 1.-2 .e ni : .. .r,, J3 d llir'7. cE ,nrn. .I erc'., ,i.';:, .f t lI ,r dl .,'* ., '. -..-
T : T .u'-ri ,: IC. l-r.r, r. ,---E ia oI hat/Cr,,ir n-id rt t; -I iat ,n i.f.l r,, MtSn ..
irt. .anl r ,ir..:.i., tp-,rh1.;.n ,iit p ., Iill bet I. i ie .i C Firit rla.s of hasards- Buildings of' brick or
m .iboui ,'Ir r'tF -, ;I, .,i i.lucoI" a I he JI u ;n."i E .- .'t.vie, ro.vcred with tile, slate or metal ; the
Sp...:iror .,.;, l. ......dzen*,4 l.,il.,rs 50 cents. donors and windows of solid iron. Goods hnot r...-
. I:. J,. ',ir .lu, ,.,.l pO-it..,.. i, ,:> ..,t ,:a ri l rdoo therein, 22cents per $100.
L, .,r ;.ng ;'. I ,Isr ..: dollars. .ecod I, f sards-Buildiugs of brick or
-No. 5. Walker's Dictionary; aira1 I. J I .,.i ;dc,,n t.jne, c.r.rf1 E.d withtile, slate or metal. Goods
9 dollars. .II. h-Lir.Jc.u- thi .Icio, 25ceottpCr 5100.
No. 6. Geographical Grammar ; :.ngl,:, I dollar T',rd r,a s lof ,.':.,-d-Bildmnii of brick or
double, 9 dollars. stone, re:.>If thiree-filth- oi tile, slate -ir metal, the
No. 7. Ewing's Geography, improved by Darby, in re,.t shina'le.. (Gol.odnot haarluj s th ri;n, 30
press ; single, 1 dollar ; dozen, 9 dollars. cehil -r II. ll
I,. ,i. .. d. .,. .... ..: ,... in which is develo- PFo rtb ,A ,r t,, i ,,.-,.-J.- Buildings of bricklor
p(dJ I .- ,r .'i pi.:, .. !' l -....... education, and the' not
rn.:..J-di irll,':tl .,J ld .,tL,.h.I., by Albert and John itoml, i %-L 'h wod. Goods not ha'r-i-
W Pi;i .ous therein, 37 1-2 cents per $100.
Tl r, i n. n., r.a ...ri, .l s,,.i r. il ,;. ,i rrith,:..'i Fil:/h ..Ti f i /,.:.:rd -- :u ],..iir f, o :f fram e
h 0... .:ln -: ,it l 1. m.:-t, ,..' r th .-,'.hr I.. ,m,,i ., ,' filled in nriv h I r .i', tlic frotit e-rtirelyi u brick.
I.".. ,,,i 1 1 irh Ju ,,I s i: L | .,..... I ...F,'ii r h~ Guods not ,.i.'r l -t, therein, 50 cent pe, r S 10 .
gr. il lypr.i ) enste i i h r in t ii.h l ru.:lI.:I.n. '1 b S lrtl ri/u., / ihararor,. .-- rani,l- building.,
ir.,. -l, n i -, .: .r l,,, [n ..) i..... ri i h tl; u L.I .: ( :.. n,:.t r.-, .arJ:.u there -
prrni ,pIl f,I.(l-' ..... l, ;m i.,ii,,,, ,,.,,..,,., n, t2 1-2 cents per lO)I.
prri i im I .Ita 'iln' io n It'l -i "
i.: I: ..d, L,, ,e ,h Idd.h,,f Set enth'-la ssof ,a-:.ard- -- uil.1I;nt" entirely. of
mary importance., Mr. Picket, the author of this wood. G,,rls h n..t hz'ir,.loua tlierem, 75 a Ik
iwrr.c, ha 'very proper!., a. f.. .. ,h .. ..,.. c--r.t per Ilf'0.
,J...n r.i' i.. language uI.J -.I.',.I. ,.,1,. ... ?.,. |.i .r, C,'.Jd? '.,' aiu .,-ir r.., r are such as are u-ualli
'. ir..i which acc..r.i, .,, ..IA.. j, ,iU, ri f, kept in Jry good :'.. 't(s ; including slo house-
>l.. .. [.ally pursued in teaching the Greek a,.d. hlil.l fuuitur "an-.l lihen, cotton in bles, coffee,
L i.,Isr,.u-,.. ..,.11 s .. ,, ,.I.] reason why It flo1 r, ionJ, ., pot ah, rii.e, sugars, and c.ther atr-
.. ._ r.. i I, .. a ,. .ily ,,1 ,...J ,i every plac.. t ,lesu..l .rmb1 tlr i..I.l .
': i. .ir..I.. i i, ., .... I I v,' h ee be'. T e folk. going I:,e. .eo, ods, 'wares -od mer-
,' iir.iSf,. ,l..,n .i t,'isii.ni "*i ,liie, F.eli.)e ihi, l.i.I.h. ch-adize -'ire ci,n.idecred hazsardota, anmi ; ire
,., i.r. .:. 1 ,. r Mir Fcl cti ..-..i:. ,, ., J., :h',r e.] 1 -2 ,' t per ifim. L adi.Jitio-j to
S...js, -.I ,-I..:lul 'i tir, l : n,.i di. : d I.: ,I,,. the -prrcnium i c-te u:ined, ;',r eat ch Ols, viz :
r., .J ,.iJ it r.:. f l.- ,. r '. .- ,k i.- .' C h a -r m 'lk re r.t .: ol it iu.Lk I i, i sa, ',i r:. -,
,n,. '..,r.' irN: irdi. ..,I inFru.:ti.'n, I r,-, no hr' tavern keepers, t...l-icco m:nufl'cturer. china,
..t... .. n i '.-.t Mr P I, F .. m- jr,.i,,~, nn, -. a i m'a lln thrn 'rce ,r pF ,.k.l.ages, took cllc.r'
,E.h: r ',.1lht- h err I. I.,.'t, h r in )lork, al. rni mtraw. l. l-t., r hh em1 p r,,c rieA,
'. ar. ,i a.m...rat. .e ':'d. l,,I ef .-. ~t i ': p i n: I J ir,- l" cllm I shq u ror l, oil, pac i. l t .e,
.... ..., i'. y. ihe Llic A,, .' t. r -,ge, ,,:r.ing a, Ltar, turir .l twne.
.I,. .:i.ar~r, .- 4r iniili.. ,..]i. ii ., 'i.- It.,i.eI t value..-- The 6llo,-ing tr- J s amnd sctipatI orn goo-L',
rt. h:,.-i s here i,.J- q.. .,- n'1iiv. the diflfer- warEsai.ir nierchludiz,: :are .Jit ajedj cj -.z. '.,,:rd-
-n 'ta'l ... n iiE 'iror,ne. r.r,., i... hais r in construe- r ,.., tip.I w;ll be 21,r,-'.d "25 -rnLt r a'r.. bu .rw.rJ-
...1 rTh,,,.C ria.,.l. mc -ill..nr. rethod fIteS.f. I per ?,100, in ad.htkmn tothe premium satE E .e
in itn -he t.nrnt it ulltnpor a, ,I a sIn e i' the -ife, for each class viz
Siii. I "',.: ; g n' i t- n .,, u..ui, .1 .... I:A Apotlha cries..r.Jru ,zis5%,ltoathuil Je ,:r' .: ch
.... .... h ., ,:u .l .:. t m ker, ilr, allow "n.. ;.ip _cIrm .llers,
l.,'4 '.a- fi l i.L I..ie, I I ., Itruciuij oile'nl :%binrtl m s. kcri, ,:'irpenters, chcrnem -t-, chirit,
e.uace(. r')l'.EF.T IINLLY, I> D '1-9in ui.1 r-Lrthenw-re sellers, 'c,-.per., ,y'eri,
Pr's ,' i vI' tue Gc .,,ga I'lu, c.itiy. liunder', ma -ic.l ist.rume',t m;alkers, .ithi' Uer'.
-- .r.l nll imnufi3ct.iei requiring uhe uei m.ffirc
London, October 14, 1806. hemt; '.i,, i:.rth', '.tlic-r, gumnpoc.j.er, ipint. s1I
e .: i,., nn i niri.ri, .r;, ,. L.i L. t r iy rp isntme, h y, straw, todder and ra n un-

l,.,.., t ,.,, I it prt -. .t t ', "-..*lli 6 ,:i,: h l M ..m G -ir t "il l an'. : llng mill, p-.per m illh,
u r .. .. r scO .:'..1 I,.: II .:. Iii n g i Tiiiiv; aillT r .IE: d l' r inedi, b-._ieries, t.rcw''rie',
i h. n,' i. 1 i frnle ba..l.- U r.ih bh.,i Lb.e,, mn lheii-rs, larni.h mn nuf-'t.:l,rie3, ropew.,lk ,
p~ibbhh.ej ,, a ..i, nIl I l..lt.h e, h I, a \ ound, pi, l li k .li.eS an, _u13r rli0n rie., nwil bs iu-
I .-.( le i -,r. ,, t,: Eln.l ,-h I n ,-,., si..l t., and., urc.l t ri. l r r- : .l Pr ..m ai in .
i-.." O. h .. F.11 ap tJ .i .lni .,t ,, a'i ,-,ir, rn-l I N. P. (Coa nry hotitel, .tr,,utA ri dJct-iclEd
i,,,- at.' ,, b(l,'.i. d, iratih th. iti,eil,.,,di i ih. fronm olher buil.Jinii-, lho'hi1l o lthe 6th rr 7th

r.,sj, i,. l,.J ".t.r, Ii.d. ,i.,.i ..i n,.,o.-.O i- h ,, vip in ,,irt, .r he r 'f- r. Ur,. i r,d .. thnud -
the numerous and various sounds annexed to vowels, i 1, or r t-piirniii., Tim.i be inuire-i a Iu. in i c.
diphthongs and consonants, lie scattered without Applh':ii.cim fiior i:urance on t ,i'.:operly out ,.I
bounds, a learner is bewildered and i,,.t 'i....l tin. cily ofI Ncw-Y. il, mu-t I. ,,1 wriiiu., :u.d
iln .1 -. i, m .i'i.'i ,. I r .h .. lh i -. '[i.i 'ify ithe t .O iH Ir|:IT. or itJ n.at r'r, la t ,,e r l-

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'.. r,l'* .- ,l rl .I,.-.. ,i *.. .i .' ,- -, ., oiI their constr ai't,,I. barid m .,l.,dim ,; w ,-i -prop r-

I. sa'r li 1 1n L gg', l .d.-.,,,id., iha 1 '..i,.:, .. .d s the any manufactory in- -.rr icd ., i w. lr ..a r tlr u it it
.-C, -i. cf- a -,er,... ,i, .' i.ii. i n. i.. ]'...efore, and, in case of goods and merchandise, whether
01 r I%,'- ""l' i...r -1- .L.. I II .-,h j ,: L I:.t I ave hi- ,.:.' h [I-.I. !re ul ,rf dc r.-i ,txi ] ,h1l, nnii .it:,
l, rc. 'r- ". : rd ..,i. ..,r Z '.,i :,, Ido .v .Al i .-, per.
m.-.rd, ,n ie, *r.ellins vul ir.,- ,siun li, ,:h~il l..1.IuIi, ,l',all de':. ri.e the ,:ismnr ,,thmra ,-,, u th e ,, 55 llie
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m..,,-,e1t i tri mly eI -'" llnt, .l II n o t.r.,n rt, r., print

u.pr.: ,sdL. omlis 'si. .:n-', t wish odlb lle 11, hln. N ,Iuui. .Ir (.ry..
hLv d,:o ,. e *;,tn', I., i, h- i ic ', .'r .,i,.J I l i- rr- ', p.:'.rp' ,!itl oi ." h, : ,ltniii i.' i. ih for sa lvo .tsco
a o'. s r.o. ni, Ia t .'i..- ... t ,.lr t..'. it. .:. iN,.. h l be t a.l ..l .. m .. ir t. .
S i t ,d r r .' -r,,a.t' io ii ji.l t ol tIer d, t' ir. :l s .-r ... t ce,
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Slndl O'H, in WIi I. 1-M HENDERON, Pre.idnt.
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t Le ,p e s :,t r'..er e1e. i [ e. cei,, n r.ea, s d ,rry to J Iro, .. i .m I i .. '. o1- i,:I l. ,,n
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i ,,: .,i 3.l ,u f | ., 1u I,, i.a o.1 Ia t bes,,irdr h ,i i, ,]tl ._., ,,. ,- i ,,;, i .h t i i m
have tdon s the we o, t,,,. cc i i., dt r,. h ,. .tnot a ,,r,,rr.. ,r ,, ..' c, an. fr b e on pe m
dsofarfronit ',...,, .,arn,,,dli 't,.,,,,t, r. u lna ,, .,:7., adewhen required. Th se
Sedvr y r .fi,.h r ,, I.. p, i., t,i.-, hold their wool for a price,
i ,,- ,... -, ,,, doubtful wheth rl m aydeposit it int ,.. i ., .
i, ell a, n D eal,, l. er .fI:n,..', ; tbutnshould r, -i l, -I :i rtnd l,u. t i ,,.r I, 11I ,.
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h.9ei-tier'dJ. 'i "'OHN.. WAL ,r i. '2'.,.,,.,-
.a"TWorde' P.Ckete n S Astrse iI., .i..., ,p,.'i.-I,. ,' shearing, it appears
,, ,, l .,lrl. ,,,,,,,, timely tosug est to W.ool Growers, that itis import-
h^. F.a1. 1 I, ,,, ,at l, ,,_.., ..I ,hi. i.' u ,.i ,' ,, ,. ,.,,,,, l, ,n t to tI! ,r ,' : r.i ; .-. ,h,, h, it., f n., h, ',],,

i F, ll J, l'J i, i, r,.t, T i. i ,,, i 1,;, .| .. p, ii, ri e., ,, ,l,,' h, ,s h*. ,,h ,- u..'. ,',,,

abridged s woo, l e,. ,1ti,,. a n ,, I.q. t a.. li t,:[ .r ,thi r i ..i ,,. irt .. l,, p m. t,.u l T, ', l ,.,_
m l. ca lleund t,. a c o. l, sp.;.n i led bpor ;.,, ;A ...,,, n -. .... lr..ich willsave the
S.as req r a e c n ree h h..," ,i,,d ,hr...l., l.[. i- .ui." the nhp.t p The

H. wl oo t L .r,' i// I .d ti .n bt, s, a co.n le.. r ienh d s t.1...- hearing c', i tht. i ro led
So. 9u Pine-streha, s ro. r : s c o .. t, ..l .I.th .' .r ne ,, hA e-
" nETW EEN Froit and e dSouth-streets, near ry packing ,,, I,, I',|u, ),,,),, I -t,,.,.ld I., I..-
r.6 f n., I .E. r lr r.olr,,niun ilb,,:s ,t ,,,_t ,Jh. ,,
c; d t.l,. ... tr, hl. r.. .onl ,.h .ii l l. r .,, I. ,. ,. r,, ,.,,] :.. .. It ou ,ll......ce ,._,r

y ",: k f,:. r' l,,,n.J ,t 'lir .- 'blh:hin rit ref ,jy sale -',"*p.or |lh ,.i bl, ,,ti.f l l.ht .. ll,ci w ll find al]

I. the present year experience .n increased de- '..r:, L t >...... r, .'... T ,..,. ...... ..,11

e eitherin cash orded th-. pi h e:. r p .n'h a es; ; .: ,:,,d.1n ,, I t ,
d Mar ufacturers can at all times be supplied h,'., L, ,,.1,....', 'H,' t.. ,Pal It,.,
' fromianextensive o tocka 1accommodatingterms, the mostsati-factory renedsne can bi g aivens.
. Such as prefer depositing their goods for sale o m o JAc OB T. WALOEN,

t, slant 'sudplvi has removed her school tc the village of Anrora,

- Combing wool -i.;-'1 f,-.r worsted and fringe, a pleasant and healthy situation, on the east side
- Coarse-wools, it:.il.E0.,l. ,r blankets, carpets, of Cayuga Lake, where she will endeavour to
- list, &c. deserve the confidence o' those, who entrust
ALSO FOR-SALE, 1-, ir.,,i -1t.i, toher car.
Teazles, felting, wood. fullors' and castile .' "' "'"' ti'iat' -faedn'ig, V,;;,,,., Gram-
i- ep, olive and neatsfiot oils, machine cards, nr., ,, '',,,.,', and G..'nreah. ',r, I.,l-i., and
clothiers', hand and machine shears. tAstroi po-.,'- -: _',-,i ,-,,l I...I' V.: .
New YorkM ay 18, 1820. ; .t .. i ...... .L I t r U.:,, .'
JAMES ROBERTSON. ,,r., t-'..:,, ., -; -
Wool of every description and in anvy quIatity It1. I -.. t anLui .. :.a i v ir.. r
will be purchased. My 20 Cn ApS ctf'

Cart 's!ai-ec;4ed aad ,ste tm ~irt.nxTisede-) and Pu .day, i'r.iv C Turin tr Cc,' .i 1.' m % I lo k s N ,% i .- Cumni.

.LMONDI, soft l.eii
hard do
Pat. + .clitdJ -
l -'1 I1 .. -
Beans, .
eef, Mess -
Cargo -
Boston No.1 : -

,.,ttle i.:..,rit- r
Bread, l-ilot ".
Crackers -
'rtlle', Russia

l., r xp ltl.'.n
[( 1 ,LL', rr,,', ,.
dipped -
sperm -
Cheese, English
Chocolate, New-York
Boston, No. 1
Coal, Liverpool
% irt.'-1a 1
Cocoa, Carracaa
Island .
Cayenne' -

Coff.ee, W l;.2;Ia .t .'r."

ub.i do

Java .
Old 'White
mixed qual. inf. -
Copper, Sheathing
Nab,, I -
C: ionp.:l.a rdo. -
Cordage, iorE ;a
Cork Wood
Corks, Velvet
Cotton, Sea-Island
(G-..r,, t Litl- Ir
Ncw-t)rle md,

B1.r -
~' ur ,t
Si. Durnin. -
Calcutta G.:.o.. l C'..as 3
1M-.n'imhoJ. :

Ltlue Guin:n

et' ri'ii1vcs et
C'-aton Sik :. C1 -p
.'ittr,, 13 } i.l.

San;eneis, 30 do

S,51'uH S;Ik a[ .
'uim ,.' Ic H ,Jk. '.l
B'.iila.iiitah .
Flag Hdkfs.
(.urr'tari, Zait
DLiCK, Kus I f riI' t 'p1.
.r J d,..
3d do
TE:iglish, No. I

Diaper, broad
r' iune-i,. Goods

brown shirtihg
3-4 Checks
Che Is,
7-' ( :. u;
lFL.\THES, hi ih'n..
Fish, Dry Cod :
Pickled Codfish
Fall Mackarel No. I
No. 2
Sotithertr. c;.d No. 1
Con't. e-I .-i

Herrings, 5?0's 9cr..

F,'uit, :,i- im,: MTill ,1
El.- ii
Lemons, best
New-York superfine
Rtichmond, city mills
country mills
I'redi-er.' k isiu
1h.1lliu,.- r',e
Li .: Fl :.:r
hir.',.u meal
in hlogsheads
WLat, N..,r River
..., I.hertin, new
Corn, yellow -
North River
French Goods, In. price
Furs, LI':rs o, N .r'fii
Sou. & W.

',:r $ i
ir,. 16
- 10
- 0
t,ii" 102 50

it, 6 00
, : 9 75
-- 8-12

-00 00

wt 5 00
-- 3 5,,
--7 00
Ir.. 25
-- 40
-- 10

-" 19
--- 17
- 42
- 15
-- 5
- 20
-- 18
,.,1 10 00

,ni 30
-- 16 50
17 75
ni. ,27
-- 26
-- 24

--- 00

- 30
- 19
-' 17

- .34


g o, 5.l'l
lb. 35
- 20
-- 21
-- '20
- 20
- 12

pie. 2 92
3 5

- '5

--- 2
- 2,55
--- 1 12
-- 10275
I- I in.,

--200 00
-- 15 62
-- 13 50
lb. 3 50
pie. 8 50
-- 4 '3

lb. 14


pit 19
- 16
--- l4n 2Jt


18 50





5 25

21 50

1) 25


4 00

0 00
0 00,
0 00
0 00
0 00
0 00
0 00
0 00
15 50
0 00


Raccoon skin
Red Fox -
Mink, North -
South -
Otter, North
SSouth -

Glass, Bristol Cr i, t..:.

8 by 10-
10 by 12 --
American 7 by 9 -
8 ty 10--
10 by .----
Glue, Irish, best Ib.
American -
Gunpowder, irr :";... r 2511
Cannot -
HAMS Virginia lb,

North K ver
Hemp, Rud-ia .cleFh
Anaer. ,ien rit
S :i, i Kentocky-
H;dnS, E.'si .s Ayr-s
West Indies

II,:. ?' Lap.L T"
Honey1 American
Hops, 1st and 2d sort
fo.r.ns, Os
IRiON. Pug
F.UClr y -
English, assorted
r i seidiL upp.-r
L'pper t'r.,i e'.1l
Lead, Pig
Li;zr,-in :.- .-
Lumber, yard prices
Boards Oak
N ,1ii i [ an
.- e ll~t l, is' j
Alb; Pine PIo.-r 1-
SCantling I'ju.
Oak timber
Shingles Cyprus
Staves Pipe
*WV O<.J"el
W. 0 ".Barrei
R. 0. 1thd
Hhd Heading
St. Domingo
Molasses, Sutriiamn
Mart &'Guad.
Havana new
St. Salvadore
St. Vincents
Mustard, English
i, i -...ltle -
in butl:--


- 50

-15t 5
pie. 1


M 8
ton 30
- 85
-- 97
- 95
- 90
cwt 7
- 6

-i,ie "2
- I
cwt 7
- 7
...., 10

Mft 18
- 16
--- 13

. 1 .
fi It 14

bun '
M 54
-- 22


NAILS, cut all arts
Nail Rods,
Nankeens, bhice
Long Company,
WVlite I.,oug
Naval St.ri t, Tar,
Turpenitrine, oft
do ,i [ i
OILS, Fk.r L.0 ll -k.,
I-r I2 bottlkv
Lirsed Dutchi
Sea Elephant,
Sperm. Summer
PAINTS, Red Lead,
White DiDry,
ground in oil,,
Ochre, yell.wi r-)
gi otiind in c.I
Spailsh brown, .try
glun.dj it .:,I],
Varnish bright
Vermillion, Eng,
Paper. .l',etiiirg,
Peas, white dry,
Pipes, E.., r t,
.Plaster ol l'.r,-,
Pork, cargo,

N. Orleans prime,
Porter, London.
Browv Stout
Am. Brown Stont
RAGS, Foreign,
Rice, new,
SALT, Turks Island,
Isle of May,
St. Ubes,
Liverpool, blown
Seed, Flax, clean
T .,,-. .hy
Shot, all sizes,
Skins, Deer in hair
Goat, Mogadore
IWest India
Soap, Smyrna
American white
do. Ti.,' r' ti
Spices, Cassia
Ginger, race
pare do. ground
Pimento, Jam
Steel, German
English Crawley
Spirits, Bran. Coj. MI:,rceli
do Oatard'
Rum, Jam 4th proof
St. Croix, 3d
Antigua. 3d
WInd. Isl 3d
N. Engid 1st proof
Gin, Holland, 1st
Pliladelphia lst
Whiskey, Rye
Sugar, Musco Prime
2d and 3d qual.
NOrleans prime
2d and 3d qual..
Havana, white
2d and 2td qual.
Havana brown
2d and 3d qual.
Brazil brown
Calcutta white







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1 37
1 25


1 It.
1 11
1 00
1 75
2 25
1 88
8 50
1 37

1 uoi


11 St,
1 50

1 00


i 12

1 75


2 75

3 5
3 00

00 00
- 00 00

S10 00
9 75


2 50


t 14

1 6O
- 1 60

- 1



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3 o00

2. 12


3 50

1 75

1 37
1 22

1 25

13 00





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1 25


1 12

00 00
'00 00
00 00
00 00
15 00
00 00

11 00


Cp.iaislh I.:-a1"
I- l I i .'tili -
Ladies Twist
*- ireilt 'ri.I .
'., qai:,:;,i

Twine Seine

S n ,.

\ 1r,,. .':M ,, ,r
Tenerifie, L. P.
5! .I ,..

12 bottles
a l l- ) .lJ,:,, -t
r iint r i' '

1" burgundy
St Ilucar
IVoel, Merino washed
ul "I .ilr..J
1, 1' rt : J,| ,V .,.|,

unwash ed
Common washed
SL 1 1 .:.i

)gs c.d D, .S.ff..
Aloes. Cape
Aniruin.', cru.]e

A. row, ricott
.Aise'e c. Ah ie
Balsam Capivi
Barik, Jes. Li. P
C Jrdiagen-.
Borax. '1c-ined
Bi ant.:.re, r,,ll
flir sulphur
Camiwod,sd, s-L;rk
+ ,ground
Canphor, redeiij
Catnth~% crude
Columbo Root
Cream c.i'A-far.nr
Galls blue
Gum Copal
S .'irmerica
Ani munwac u Mi
Ar cnic
Indigo Fli-t i,,t
1. o'France
N. Orleans

J 'iiir"er Lrr|';..
Litharge, fine
Liquorice Spanish

Logwood Bay
St DoUmiUi'.i
Roots, Smyrna
MannaP lakley
N'.:ara4u i Wood
S Hatch
Oil castor
Pink Root
Quercitron Bark
Rhubarb, E. 1.
Saffron, Spanish
Sal Ammoniac
Salt Petre refined
crude, E, l.

Serana, Fol. A.
E. I.
Sh-II,. I
himi.ac'c, Sicily
Snake Root. Sen

Soap, C til
4 1 ll.n
' 'n i-..I '-t. r

.Vitriol, Roman


TALLOW, foreign
I American
Tea, Imperial
C(iiinpv Jer i

Htyson Sklt
Tin, in plates 1-3 u
I:., k lid.J
Tortoise shell
l'obacco, hhm,. J


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From Day 4 Turner's Shipping List, corrected by
the Exchange Joard.
'New-York 1386
Merehatisvi'ts 102
I. Manhattan 1191-2
SNI'Mechanics 105
K L Unioa 98
SCity 913-4,1
e Anierica 95 1-2
hPliaix 871-2
Franklin 1091-2
"Eagle "123
Globe 107
g Washington, 121
< Mutual 120
American 135
New-York 94
8 Ocean 88
Firemies, new 651 4
S do old nom.
United pershare. ..,1-4
PhnEmx do
D Na.tiOnal 1071-2
1 Pac-ific 9.3
?i. (union 9


1 30
1 30
1 08
i3 50


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3 Si.


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1 25
1 50