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VOL. IV....No. 339.] NEW-YOXY 0 WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 1823. [OFFICE, 30 WILLIA1,-STRJEET.
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lRI'NTED 'FOR T'IHI 'OPIlIElTOllS
BY" J. .?T. ]LLIOTTT,
AT No.30 WILLIAM-STREET, NEW-YOUKh

117 The AME RIC N FOR THE COUNTEl'.
'-is published every V1 EnD'.Y and S.'.TL'n DAV
-.t No. 30 WtILLIt.I.-STrrI:T, opposite the i'ot-
Office, New-York, at FIVE IDOLLARS per an-
num, (or Four Dollars, if pahi' in ci"artce,) a'-'.
regularly sent by mail, agreeably to direction, It
uny part of the United States. All letters or coin-
munications must be addressed to the Editors no
the .Anerican, NJo. 30 lVlliamn-strect, 'ew-i-l.irk.
The Daily American is published every evening-
at the same place, at TEN DOLLARS per anum.rn.



SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1823.

Words are ith. counters of wise men and ihe coin
offools," seems, in certain sense, to be the creed of
the Advocate, whose editor, arrogating to hiniselF
the privilege of a Solomon, liberally scatters his
counterfeit currency among the People, and ex-
pects that, like simpletons, they will take the trash
for sterling coin. This personage is in truth but a
being of words : his politics are but words; his
principles are nothing more, and all his qualities,
moral and intellectual, have their types in certain
combinations of letters, which may, at will, be made
to mean any thing or nothing. Against this com-
position of non entities it is our misfortune, and that
of the public, that we should bg In self defence
compelled to contend, and although in so doing we
may be classed
As Quixottes of the age, who dare
To wage.a war with dirt, and fight with na';"
Yet we must buckle on our armour, although we
know in advance that our attack is but against a
windmill. This unsubstantial opponent, whose
principles,mind and morals are, like the sails of his
symbol,in perpetual rotation,has this morning pour-
ed out upon us a column of-froth, of which, havin-
suffered the ebullition to subside, we find the
scanty residuunm to be, that we are federalists, and
wish to divide the Union, because we support Mr.
Adams on the ground, that being equal to his com-
petitors in all respects, and superior in many, lhe
is. entitled to the preference on all those principles
which have been supposed essential to Republi-
canism. If rotation in honours and office be a de-
mocratic principle; if to share the high places of
-state among the different great divisions of the
country be essential to preserve that harmony and
fellow-feeling among us necessary to perpetuate the
Union; if a just estimate of, and proper deference
for, the rights and disposition of the parts be indis-
'pensible requisites to the good of the whole, then
is the North entitled to the Presidency; and if it
be in conformity with the principles of our confe-
deracy, and of the great ends for which it was es-
tablished, that station should be awarded to merit,
and the honours of the nation be conferred on its
best and ablest men, then is Mr Adams entitled to
fill the elevated place, and the assertion and main-
.tenance of these truths form the only fault of
which we have ,been guilty. We have said nothing
and thought nothing of a separation of the Union
as connected with the Presidency, or as an event
that could possibly arise out of it: we have but'
avowed sentiments and feelings that must be com-
-mon to the honest and independent Republicans
of this quarter of the Union, and we are met by
threats of separation from those who falsely accuse
us of harbouring the traitorous design. Is the
Union to be divided because the North demands a
President? Who is to divide it, and by what means
is it to be done ? The North, understanding by this
distinction the states that, from common feeling
should act together on the subject, has, if united,
the power to make a President, and moreover the
power to say that the Union shall not be dissolved.
The North, then, in endeavouring to rouse a com-
men Spirit in its own behalf, cannot be suspected
of a thought fatal to its own particular interests,
a.s well as to the peace, prosperity, and greatness
of the American nation. If an idea of separation
accompany the strife for sectional predominance, it
must be entertained by those who have made sec-
tional prejudices promotive of mere sectional ends,
not by those who are driven to recur to them, to
vindicate the spirit and fulfil the intents,, of the
sacred bond that unites us. For thirty-two out of
thirty-six years the South has filled with its own
distinguished citizens the highest station of the
country. Acquiescing in the superior claims and
merits of those patriots, we have submitted with-
out serious opposition, far less with feelings hostile
to the Union, to see the enviable distinction enjoy-
ed by the quarter that derives honour from having
given birth to our most distinguished men. On -very-
principle of justice and consideration of policy,
the privilege *should now be tendered to the
North; and nothing but an illiberal sectional feel-
ing, at war with the spirit of the constitution, and
with the harmony of the Union, would subject us
to the necessityofdoing ourselves thatjustice which
ought to have been voluntarily held out to us.-
Why are we driven to appeal to our own prejudi-
ces, (allowing them to be so,) butbccause we have
to combat prejudices against us; and when we
call'on our fellow-citizeus to do themselves justice,
why are we accused of traitorous designs but be-
cause such thoughts are familiar to those whio charge
us with them? If any men ever harbour serious
thoughts of disunion it must be those, who, like the
editor of the Advocate, raise the cry without car-
ing for the consequences, and nuibfest an inditffer-
ence to the union by rendering the people familiar
with the idea of its dtlissoslution, to answer any tri-
fling end of local policy. There is not, however,
iu any quarter a serious thought of separation.-
We are h.'-l together by bonds that defy the puny
Attacks of disadfected obteice-seekers, or hireling e-
ditors. Yet the charge of it is a convenient
bug bear for the ,cuotemptible stipendiaries who
here are content to drudge at the dirty work pre-
scribed to them by Southern lassk-masters.
It can be no secret that in this stale there is a
class of party men, despicable from want of princi-
ple, and distinguished by no talent but low cunning
tand petty intrigue, whlo, qualified but to lihy :-
subordinate part, have been, and are still tht pliant


tools of Virginia politicians. As it is the business
of those men to sell us, it is their interest to oppose
anuy thing that might interfere with the tralic, and
consequently their eflborts are but to degrade poli-
tical sentiment, and to keep down any feeling that
_ might rouse New-York to independence ail the
- assertion of its rights and character. The Editor
of the Advocate is of this class, or rather is in their
ay, for he belongs to no particular class of petty
e politics, and labours but under the incapacity to feel
au'd think like a republican of-principle, and a friend !
'o the interests and character of his own state.
In the execution of his pensioned duties hlie has ac-
cused us, and it is not without some sense of hlumi-
liation, that, in theu t'lfillment of a necessary avo-
cation, we have attempted a vindication. With
him we are now done ; but we have yet an ac-
count to settle with those whom lie publicly repre-
sents; and when we next discuss the subject, it
shall be with those who draw the wires, not the
puppets they play upon.
Extract from a letter dated
HAVANA, 24th MIy, 1823.
We are still in the greatest suspense here as lo
the question of War or Peace, and the effect the
former would have upon this Island. Our deposit
is in the mean time nearly swept of goods, such hasr
been the demand for Mexico, where confidence

seems to revive a little, for consumption. There is
little doing in dry goods; but also the stock is very
small, particularly of German iniens. Of provi-
sions the article of flour is again abundant liere.-
Soap, Candles, 1lams, &c. keep pace with the im-
portation.
VWe have few vessels in port, mid the-e are
most actively employed, chiefly in the export of
sugar, which is still the favorite article ; the price,
we now quote 9 a 13, and we judge that fully one
third of the crop is exported. Coffee is compara-
tively neglected, and good qualities are bought at
,j17, but a small part of the crop only remains.
Exchange is dull, and very unstea ly. On Lon-
don, 5 a per cent. premium ; on the U. States,
par to 2 per cent. discount."

At the request of a friend, who delights in the
sports of the field, and from the love we ourselves
bear, or rather have borne, to these sports, we sub-
join an extract from a law of New-Jersey, passed
the 22d of November last, for the protection of deer
and grouse:-
"2. And be it enacted, That if any person shall
hunt for the purpose of killing, or to destroy, or
take, or kill any moor-fowl or grouse, except only
from the first day of October to the first day of
Fnbraary, yearly and every year, he or they so
offending shall forfeit and pay for each moor-fowl
or grouse ten dollars, for each and every offence, to
he sued for and recovered in an action of debi,
with costs of suit, by any pmrson who shall muse tfr
the same, in manner aforesaid ; and any person ur
persons in whose hands or custody any moor-tou;l
or grouse slihall be found, that shall have iooen
killed contrary to the 1.rovi.ions of thi act,, sliall
he seemed, taken and adjudged to be ithe killer or
destroyer ol'suchi game, ad liable to the penalties
afboresaid ; and when two or or re persons shall Lo
in company for the purpose of killing and shall kill
any game or deer, contrary to the true intent and
meaning of this act, each and every person shall be
answerable, individually, for thie penalties incurred
by the whole party or company."

The body of Mr. David D unham has been found
and taken up by the steam-boat Fire Fly, and
brought to town for interment.

We ha'e received through the Post-Offic o the
communication of "a True Briton," respecting the
Canada Trade Law. The zeal of this patriot so
much outruns his manners or discretion, that he can
hardly expect much deference on our part for his
opinion. As, however, he has furnished us with
some information which we needed, we havejudg-
ed it courteous thus to notice the receipt of his
letter.

FoR THE NEW-YORK AMERII.ICAN.
MR. CRAWFORD.-To alltheinquiries which
have been so frequently made, respecting the qua-
lifications of Mr.Crawford for the presidential chair,
not a word can be extorted from those who zeal-
ously advocate his claims. We ask, therefore, again,
and to this article we particularly invite the atten-
tion of Mr. Ritchie, as we hope to make it inter-
esting to Virginia, why Mr. Crawford is to be es-
teemed the only individual among those that are
named for this distinguished trust, who is equally
to defy censure and defence. If his principles and
views of policy are such as justly entitle him to the
appellation of the exclusive Republican," which
is so frequently applied to him, I presume to de-
mand of those better acquainted than myself with
the facts and circumstances of his public life, to
unfold them to the world. I assert, and I challenge
contradiction, if coupled with evidence, (for the
latter I know the friends of Mr. C. have great con-
tempt) that, on all the great questions of national
policy and constitutional construction which at pre-
sent divid" this country, the sentiments which have
occasionally fallen from Mr. C, are not only equiv-
ocal in thIe highest degree, but alhsolutely framed
for imposition. [s the state of Virginia, then, pre-
pared to say that shIe stands pledged to support the
political fortunes of an individual of whose senti-
ments she knows nothing? Shall it be praucticable,
in this enlightened age, and in a country where
intelligence is acknowledged to be the basis of its
government-shall it be possible, I say, for an indi-
vidual successfully to court the unqualified sanction
and support of Virginia because she is devoted to
one great system of national policy, and, at the
same moment, that of New-York, because shie ad-
heres to another? Will the people of Virginia re-
cognize in Mr. C. the friend of that constitutional
doctrine to which they stand pledged before this
nation, while, at the same moment, that individual
turns to the state of New-York and solicits her
votes, pledged as she is to a different doctrine", cans-
ing his friends to declare that hlie is devoted to the
latter ?
This question, tough urged in general terms,
carries with it the most ample materials for com-
tent. The individual who professes to be friendly
:.o all policies, and devoted to all interests, rest as-
sured is not to be trusted by thIe friends of any.-


gThe nman -who has not the political courage aye
thie i-h. livid,tld seusc of honour, to avow his princi-
'-Ic. l he-itate nit to say it, is unworthy of the
confidence of a free people. IHe who avows no
principles may be fairly presumed to have none, or
such, at lea I. as he is lafiaid or ashamed to support.
The elevation of suo;h an individual to a distin-
guished tr-ust, will be as dangerous to the best intie-
rests of this country, as it is discreditabl'- to tlhosc
Isho are aiding to effect it. 1 defy, then,the friends,
yes, the nmost conflnh-iihal friends of Mir. C. to say
what are his sentiments on the great and leading
questions which now divide this nation. Is he
friendly to internal improvements as sanctioned by
the constitution? People of New-York, I ask you,
whsi'r.e has he said so? Does he, on the contrary,
rccognize that, as the true co:i-stitulional construc-
tion uponi 5w'hich thile state of Virginia has pronoun-
ced' again ani again, and which has received the
-tanetion ofJ Lo'ersoni, Madison, and 'onroe ? People
of Virginia, i a-k youi-and to iMr. Ritchis I em-
,hiaItically appea--l-has Ie lisped a syl'latle giving
even the colour of an authority for Isuch a conclu-
si? "Exam;nine for yout-elnves: you will find the'
flact to hbe, that :Jr. Crawford is at this moment
supported by his friends as a Virginian in policy
anudsentintei ,while, at the same intent, attempts
are making ini this staLc, yes, in this very city, to
secure his election as one friendly to every interest
to whicl New-York i .. i:- ..- be parlial.
It is needless to touch the many othe1ir points
which might be urged to sustain the sentiments 1
have advanced. I have. nowv said nothing upon
which you cannot for yoursel''cs decide ; and ii
the people of this country are contented to remain
in wi' ald ignorance on points upon which every
principle of honour and virtue call- upon them to
heceme well informed, ti)"y dcaserve to find theim-
selves, as they will he, deceived. Tie same re-
inariks are applicable to every other feature of our
iatiiimal policy. Show me theu sentiment onr even
the frag-inout of a sentimcut iirom Mr. C. which is
not eq!uivocal upon auy. Is he a friend to the
Navy, or to domestic mauufacturcs, or is lie oppo-
sed tu either or both ? I call again most emphati-
cally upon Mr. Ritchlie, and earnestly upon the
people of Virginia, to say whether they are now
prepared to commit the inthlieice of that patriotic
and c:xemplary state to an individual so little dis-
tinguished for political candour, and the character
of whose political principles is, even at this advan-
cod pe-riod of life, so uncertain. NERVA.

COMMimICATesION.
About a frtnight since, Mr. Noah asserted that
lihe was admitted to the degree of Counsellor at
Law upon the production of well authenticated
certificates of study, and that those might be seen
upon application to tlih proper authorities. It
was stated in last Satirhday's American that no such
certificates were on file, and MIr. Noah was request-
ed to explain the inconsistency between that fict
and his previous assertion. Seven days havepass-
ed, and hlie has taken no measures to establish the
veracity of his statement. How is this to be ac-
counted for? Did Mr. Noah make an untruie
statement, or is the reputation of veracity no longer
of importance to the Advocate of Mr. Crawford ?
A .Tiember j' the Bar.

[FRO OMURt CORRESPONDENTS.]
Office of the American.
BJALTIMORE, June 5.
Buenos .4-pres.-From a file of papers of that
pla-e to the 2l2d March inclusive, received at the
office of the American, by the brig George P. Ste-
venson, tl. .. ..' ; -m, ,i I ....1- have been made :
IBUENos AYr.S, March 22.
"Between the hours of 7 and 9 of the night of
the 10th inst. (larch-,) the government rieoissoe-
information that in 'Tapiales, Tour leagues distant
from this city, an assemblage of armed people was
formed. Upon this information the government
took the measures which were thought most pru-
dent. The conspirators, whose number was more
than 200, and who had at their head the colonel
Bawza Viera, and Don .imiguel Arajoz, entered at
2 o'clock in the morning on different sides, through
the town La Victoria, proclaiming in loud voices,
"11 Viva la Reigion y la Patria. Mlay Religion and
our country be forever preserved." The first thin-g
they did was to force the guard ofthe prison to set
at liberty various culprils, particularly a person
named Uriest, very famous for his crimes, and to
take possession of the court house bell, to call the
people to arms. Among the measures that the go-
vernment took, was that of uniting in the lortrevs
all the force which composed the 1st battalion, con-
sisting of about 100 men, five artilleryman and as
manylof'the police. In this situation, llie govern-
ment, aflcr having appointed its chief of all tile for-
ces general Viumont y las leras, commanded that
the 1st battalion, under the command of Coloneli
Benito Miartinez, should go out of the town, to fight
with the insurgents ; who, notwithstanding the
weakness of his force, executed it with the utmost
valour and bravery. On both sides there was a
violent struggle, which lasted about 8 minutes.-
The result of which was, that the'rebels, being en-
tirely defeated, abandoned thIe post, leavingseveral
dead, wounded, and prisoners, by a shameful and
precipitate flight. The loss on our side consisted
only in Don Benito Martinez, having been severely
wounded.
We learn from other sources that the camp was
in perfect tranquility during fime 20th. Itmustnot
be omitted, ;hait as soon as the people heard the
alarm, various oelicers on furlough, and other very
respectable persons, repaired forthwith to the for-
tress, to ofier their services to lho government.-
Through the Intendant of the Police, the citizens
who voluntarily would take it upon themselves to
maintain the pu blici tr'ainiility were invited to re-
pair, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to the place ofi
Victoria, and there to enlist lthemnelves under the
body of the order. The attendacshme was very nu-
Inic-rous, even of strangers.
The expedition stationedt in the eslablishmentc
of thle new frontiers moved on the 13th from thei
lake ufl tihe Cardal de San Jose, in the environs of
the Cabeza del Torrn, and it is believed that on
the seventeenth they will arrive at the Serrauior
of Tindil.
The army has not met with any new occurrence ;
very tfew militia men desert, and the veterans, who
doubtless are determined to exterminate time bit'-
barians, are never guilty of such a crime.
[Here tfllows u decree of thie department of war,
relative to thle enulistmeut of soldiers for the milita-
ry posts on the frontiers.]
P'.OCLAMSATION,
Fellow Cilizens-It is only four hours sinee a
nmob, commanded by assassins and straisgers, hliad
the audacity to attempt the uinterruptioni of your
peace, the destruction of your credit, lii violation
of an authority constituted without blood.hed,-.


Arid it is only four hours since this my authority,
strengthened by your prompt aid, has liberated
you, by a decisive blow from the most horrid situ-
ation.
Fellow. C,'tze:s-Maintain yourselves firmly in
your present sit'it:iou. This is the duty that the
dcle-gated government requires of you. Maintain
yourselves firmly to-day, lor we are convinced that
our only wish is to procure wit, honour and liber-
ty a respect both abroad and at huoee. As for theI
rest, be assured that the delegated government,
wint-1 has restored your tranquility, wv;l maintain
it to Lhis utmost ofiits strength, and punish severely
any one that will dare to disturb it.
Fellwir Citizens-At three o'clock in the after-
noun 0o this day, the place of Victoria admits every
man who at his own free choice will aid the dele-
'ated government to put an end to the progress of
anarchy. Meanwhile, it recommends to you, fel-
low citizens, to pay attention and look to your
C >untry and your authority.
PROVINCES OF ItIO-DE-tLA-PLATA.
.-Tfiinttt-ideo.-Yesterday, the 21st inst. (March,)
a vessel arrived, the captain and passengers of
which state, that on lthe 16th of tle present month,
the royalists attacked the corps of commander D.
'-tauelc Oribe, who was at some distance from
Tisl.':-l-e ; and that General D. -Alvarada Casta,
se t;mg that the forces of the Royalists were supe-
rior, ord-red a squadron of caa;ry'-and some conm-
panics of iinhtiry 1to reinforce Onibc-that an en-
g.gnement cuied, in which the inhabit-mts of the
pitne fell upon the enemy 'with such intrepidity
thal they routed them ciin opletely. The result of
thi act ien- wa-, that the enemy left on the field 50
lmein dead or v.-ouni.ed. 'The luos of our troops
amounted to i killed and 12 wounidedl.

At the Annimil Meeting of the New-York Coun-
ty Agricultural Society, on the 3d June, 18 23:
(Air. Colden having declined a ro-electiun as Presi-
dent, in consequence of his being unable to attend
the r -gular meetings of the Board of Mianagers,)
the .. i Olicers and Managers were elected
l)y ttthe hoeKty for the ensuing year:-
t" ilhaiii p. Van Ness, President.
Sauicl L.. itchill, 1st Vice President.
C(iuaries Henry Hall, 2d do.
lc.ac M1 Ely, CorreOpoiding Secretary.
Richard i'. -jarri onu, Recording Secretary.
Thomas R. Smith, Treasurer.
.... --Lutauwallader D. Colden, Jonas
S1 I L, Lurillard, David Wag;statl, David
.tar-hi, David tiall, Benjamin Bailey, Peter 11.
Sclhcuck, Isaac pierson, Isaac Adriauce, Gideonm
Lee, Joui W. VWyian, James L. Bell, Elisha W.
King, John P. Urodioui, Israel Dean, heenjamin U.
Coles, .voses Rogers, Ezra Weeks, enj. .tiat:-r,
John Slidell, Cornelius Schuylcr, Jouhm 1. Juones,
'Wiilliam R. Smith, William Torrey, Jinu.
Ciesatpeakte and De!aware Cahal.-We under-
stand that Benjamin Wrigiht, Esq. (the Brindley o0,
Newv-York) has made a thorough examinaliun o i
all the dilibre1nt routes coatoemplated fsor a canal
between time Chesapeake and Delavare in a mani-
ner highly satisiactory to the Directors of that
work. Thliat lie has expressed his op-inion of tihe
easy practicuabjlty of it-but that he ihas suggested
the propriety of making some additional surveys
before coming to a final determination. These-
surveys we iundcrhstand will be made without delay
aRi I we hope tlat ithe "ifiaa-crys of the C'oumpan.it.
Will iBe rre losU;g in a -iluatoi to confluence th!,-'
0pera fios whic lthe liberality of their betllui
cttzLuis have enaliled tlitenm to make.-.Iai. G&,z.
1'rom Key f' ius,.-iy the Unutld States schr.
i\ary, iLieutenant Dowuning, attauined to Comin:o-
d.lrc Porter's squaIdrou, are; ed this niorniu):; in 7
days from Key West, 'we l.urn that llie U. Stal'es
stCism ga:lliott, CoUi. Porter; store ship Decoy,
and schius. Greyhound and Jackall, were at Key
West when thle Mary sailed. The remainder of
thue squadron wo re Onu a c cr e. T'he crews were
guierually in good health. N recenUt capjt'urTes of
pirates ihad been made, nor had any late depreda-
tions of theirs come to the knowledge of Com.
Porter. The vigilance and act vity of every part
of the squadron colnnued u abated ; and had no
do.iUt given t-ss etlecitual check to the piracies, tat
hatd been so long and extensively carried on with
iuupunity.-Cauir/'steil .'etcury of 2;)"J.

[Reported for Ithe N. Y. American.]
COURT OF COMM-ION PLEAS--May 29.
Sainitud Mltgonir-,, vs. Will-iant Bailey,
This was au action of trover, brought to recover
- th .valie o' certain drugs and Inedicines, thle pro-
perty o' the plaintiff, which it was all--ged the de-
fendant had wrongfully converted to his own use.
Tlie circumstances of the case were briefly this :
Dr. Benjamin m,iarshiall and the plaintill, hired the
house No. 97 Cherry-street in conjunction, at the
annual rent of -A2..0, of Mr. John 1. Smithi. They
keptdistinct stores in tihei same room, the plaintiff
occup'yiig the one counter, and Di.. l^arshall the
other. Finding I luia there was not business enough
for both, and the prospect of a copartnership being
heldout by the doeicdantlt,the plaintl.i applied to the
landlord before thle end of the second quarter to bel
released from his contract for the year, on paying
$2.30, which was hisa proportion of a quarter's rent,
stat ing that hle was about to enter into a copartner-
ship wvith the defendant ; and tieas the only obsta-
cle was tthe lease of the house, as they wished to
keep their store elsewhere. The landlord refused
to accede to this, and the defendant then proposed
to tise plaintiffthat they would more easily bring
the landlord to terms, provided hlie, thle plaintiIl,
would execute a bill of sale of his property to him,
the defendant. The plaintiff acquiesced, but
wished the defendant to give him a note for the va-
lue of the property. The dAisndant thought this
would not do, and that it would look fairer for him
the plaintiff, to make a note in iit or of him the de-
fendaut, antedated one year, so that it might ap.
pear tiat otne year's interest was due on it. The
plaintiff consented, and accordingly made a note
for ','200, dated July 17th, 1421, and payable to
the defendant at twelve months, with lawful inter-
esL from the date. At the time of executing the
bill of sale, which was done in the plaintiff's store,
in the presence of three witnesses, on the 22d Oc-
tober, 1822 ; the note was delivered, thie plaintiff
paid 1l2 to the defendant as interest, the defend-
ant endorsed a receipt lfor the same on the note,
dated July 25th, 1822, and thle bill of sale was exe-
cuted in due form by thle delivery of one drawer
and one pot, containing medicines. The bill of
sale having been duly executed, the parties left ithe
plaintiff's store, and the d'fendiant returned the
twelve dollars which had beeupaid as interest, and
also thie drawer and pot. The plaintiti succeeded
in making an arrangement with the landlord, whIo,
on the 281th of Octobler, and before the second
quarter had expired, gave him a release from his
contract, on the paynmint of thirty dollars. It fur-
ther appeared that a part of the goods, consistuing
of drugs arid medicines worth upwards of i'130,
were taken away in the absence of the plaintiffs;
and when thecy were afterwvards demanded of the
defendant, were refused, the defendant alleging
that he had obtained them of the' plaintiff for a hair
comtsideration. The plaintiff in every conversation
on the subject, denied that the goods were given
for a fair consideration, and stated that thIe bill of
sale was given, not with a view to defraliud the
landlord, but only to procure terms, and that it was
exec'utedl to the defendant on his suggestion and es-
pecially as tjluy weren going into partncrslship, trnd
bitterly uoinplaisneduflthe fraud practised upon him.
It was contenleld, on lthie part of the defendant,
1st, thaui a sealed instrument could not he contra-
dicted by parol, as it was the most solenmu thing a
mat ciulM ds, and required on act ei.u'aUy sole:ta


to contradict it, and therefore, that the jury must
infer a valuable consideration ; and 2d, that if thue
bill of ale were executed with a view to defraud a
creditor, the plaintiff had no remedy. He w'as a
particeps criminis, and courts of justice could not
relieve him.
On the part of the plaintiff it was contended, 1st.
that such was the antipathy of the law to fraud,
that it broke through every form, however solemn,
to overthrow deceitful contrivances. The bill of
sale, although under seal, and the alleged consider-
ation, were in this case successfully met andl put
down by indubitable evidence of a scheme of fraud
devised aud executed by the defendant in a manner
unusually bold and daring; and 20d, that the rela-
tion of debtor and creditor did not exist between
the plaintiff and the landlord (Smith) at the time
of the executiofl of the bill of sale. The rent wasI
not due, and in fact was paid before it became due;
and should the jury believe thile plaintiff wilfully
yielded to the suggestion of the defendant, w:lih a
view to coerce thehlandlord into terms, it would be
an artiicee unworthy of plain dealing, but not a
fraud such as left the party without relief. Fur-
ther, it was an artifice devised by the defenmdut, a
bold and artful man, and perpetrated upon an aged
and weak minded mna, whose fancies and fears
had both been practised tp9p by the defeindlant in
this case.
Thile court, in a very luminous and succinct man-
ner, charged the jury, that if they should believe
there was a valuable consideration given, or that
the plaintiff had adopted this contrivance to de-
fraud a creditor, they should, in either event, find
for the defendant; but if they should be of opinion
it was a fictitious sale, and although they might
think it was used as an artifice to bring the land-
lord to terms, yet if not intended to deft'rand him in
the relation of a creditor, the plaintiff would be
entitled to their verdict.
The jury retired, and in a.few minutes returned
into court with a verdict for the plaintiff of J200
damages. Leveridge and David Graham counsel
for the plaintiff--Tucker, Scott, and Sherman
counsel for the defendant.

UNREQUITED LOVE.
BYr Mi. L'ABBE DE BOUFLERS.
Ifjeaou-isy, in infecting the heart with its poison,
renders ii insensible to pity, darkens the under-
standing with respect to the true interest of the in-
dividual who is subject to its powers, and occasions
many crimes tobe committed for the purpose of ven-
geance, unrequited love frequently produces effects
scarcely less fatal: the only difference is, that in
jealousy there are two feelings to satisfy at once-
ihat of being revenged upon the beloved object,
a:td pumshing thie preferred rival; whilst, in iasitm
ple refusal, there is only one feeling to gratify.-
Besides, as l.'ng as thereiss no rival to be afraid of,
hlope will linger about us. Sel-love also daily of-
I'rs uingenious and new modes for cblrin.;ing about
thel desired happiness. ,..-i .-attter ourselves
that some fortunate circumstance will arise to
crown our joys, anid that all our cares shall finally
obtain the recompense they deserve.
If unrequited love excites anger in men, in the
softer sex it becomes absululte fury. Their selcf-
o,. e is easier wounded, not only because they have
naturally a stronger inclinat in for vanity, but be-
cauise politsnessc generally having flattered them by
ffilling their desire ey are lss rare less prepared to
have their wVshes thwarted in so tender a point.-
i the, dli n ai:ando t lia' Eul'ntess and ntodesty so
lovely in thicir e-x, aUi nt'r thlie purpose of being re-
S'uiged banish from them all sha.ime and decency.
lie education of females collins ts chiefly in being
uistructed in tlih various o e'hoI s o give their
uIlrtiis aill tie power of rvhich they are cIpa-
!le : this engauc3 them at a very early period
Lt. be ucupiLed with their own beauty. (1) Theye
dleem it, and very properly, as one of their great-
est advantag-s, since they are unjustly excluded by
iaws and ciiistom's fruic employment in the world
niich, no duuht, they are well qualified to fill.-
The great leisure they have, in consequence of
being excluded from otlico also contributes to in-.
duce them 0O turn the full powers of their minds,
which are itturailly active, towards the onlysouree
left for their vanity. Graces, beauty and ele-
gaunc'-u person and1 figure-form their empire ;
every thing Nwhich coutribultes to us extension is
resorted to, and the void of their lives is thus
filled up. TIso humble their pride on this subject,
in appearing to despise their power, or flee from
it, is thiu t ic greatest injury a man cam inflict upoo
them, uaid ior tfle o!tene hle is snevier pardoned.
Louiisia oi Savoy, Duchess of Ai:ouilcime, Rie-
gent of the kingdom, and the mother of Francisc
the First, exemplified this passion too fatally, iu
her conduct towardsU t-'e uniforttnate Constable de
Bourbon. This princess, who was already ad-
vanced in years (but her age had not extintuuishiedC
tLe fire of io,'e), was smitten with the courage
and talents of this celebrated man. She conceiv-
ed that the offer of her hand would be flattering"
to hits ambition : but whether the Constable wuv-s
previously engaged to another, or whether the de-
ceitful, vmndictive, and violent character of the
Regent, ,li ...i-t-.l him, is no t known, but he refu-
sed hler. ... i. I h Duchess, incensed within rage,
on beholdiug herself rejected by a man, who, not-
withstanding his birth, dignity, and high reputa-
tion, might have deemed the alliance a condescen-
siol on her part, vowed site would be avenged,
and she declared sihe would pursue the Constable
to the very tomb. The first act of her vengeance
was instituting an action against himn for the im-
inuise wealth which hlie ha obtained front her
father-in-lawm, and upou which shie pretended to
have a strong claim. (2) The Chancellor Duprat,
being entirely devoted to thle Duchess, and being
at enmity with the Constable, lie excited her
to proceed in the affair with the warmest zeal.-
To secure her vengeance, or rather to anticipate
it, she hadu all the constable's prcopcrty seques-
tered, even to fulfilling the terms of the sentence
obtained against him. The hope of engaging thl
Constable to marry her,by depriving hisu ofallI his
fortune, contributed much towards this unheard
of persecution. She thought the love of riches,
the fear of being undone, would add daily to his
unpleasantries, and would perhaps conduce to con-
quer his resistane'. 'What an extraordinary mnan.
ner to produce lose Htow can thle human mind lhe
so blinded as to imagine ilthat fiar will obtain what
love refuses, and that, by makiitug ourscelvcs dread-
ed, we shall brinug about a monde to produce affec.-
tion? This Ifear had a conitrary elbet to what thie
Dutches anticipated; fur it only augumented the
Constable's aversion. She did not rest satisfied
with having the laws pervertel for her purpose, in
order to oppress him; but she vexed him in a
thousand ins-alices. She alie-tated the King's re-
gard from liim, and shIe succeeded in having him
deprived of his I.. -.r,. and hooucrts. IThe Con-
stable perceiviuig he liad tno resource left at court-
knowing his most cruel enemy lihad both credit and
power against lium-borne onward to despair on
beholding thIe sad situation to which he was redu-
ced-lie listened to the propositions of the Emtpe-
ror (3), who was then at war with France. The
misfortunes that followhod this fatal revolt are but
too well known. (4). TIhe Constable having no-
thing more to lose-knowing that he sliouid be
sacrificed, were lie taken within arms in his hands,
gave free liberty to his reseutm'unt. All hisi war-
like talents, which had been so powerfully exer-
cised prtvioushly for the welfare of his country, were
now directed ...-. 1 i if They even acquired a
new degree of i ,u, ir, ,,, the desire of vengeance.
This wish, united with that ofpreservatlion, animna-
td his ... ... and made him perform prodigies
of valot: I ,,. ,holdness of Franr-is 1. had nearly
lost France, and left his kingdom without a sove-
r:,ign; he having no imonei'y inor credl, and ht-, ing


lost the 6 hief ofhis Lnocbii'ty a' the u:f rtunat.e Sat.
tie of Pavia.

(1) Our fair readers will belpa .:-.Jlto recollect,
that thise are the opinions of a Frenchman.
(-2) Louisa t.he ::,,.-" ,.-.: .. was anxious to be
married to the Constable. whow-r:, then a widower;
and when lie refused lie- offer. she sought his ruin,
since she could not be united to him : she caused
an action to be raised against him, which is well
known by every lawyer to have been unjust: none
but a powerful person could have gue.ied it. The
question was respecting the proper of the Bour-
bon branch. TheJudges lein;g iulinenced, gave a
sentence which sequestered the (Constable's fortime,
and completely stripped him of all. The Prince
sent the Bishop of Auor.on,his friend,to solicit ti.e
King, praying him that he would at least stay the
proceedings; but the King would not even re-
ceive the Bishop. Voltaire's General History
vol. iii.
(3) The Constable, in despair, was secretly sol.-
cited by Charles the Fifth. Hle had been heroic,
and had seen much service, and had suffered great-
ly. There is another kind of greatness, that of
vengeance. Charles the Bourbon took this fatal
part: he quitted France, and joined the Emperor.
Few men have more fully ta.-ted this sadt pleasure.
of r :v-.: -bid.
(-!.; I : Constable in the outset was created
Generalissimo of the Enmpecror's army hlie went
into the Milainais, where the Frengh were, under
Admiral L'onivet, his greatest enemy. The Con-
stable, who knew the strength and weakness of all
the French troops, must have had a decided ad-
vantage, but Charles lhad a still greater-almost
all the Italiatn princes were in his interest; the
people hated French dominion ; he had also the
best Generals in Europe-they were-a Marquis de
Pcscaire, a Lanay, a John de M edicis, still famous
names in our day. Admiral Bonnivet, dttposed to
Generals like these, even supposing he had supe-
riority of mind (which he by no meaus had,) his
troops were fewer in number, and not equal in dis.
cipline, besides they were ill paid. He was com-
pelled to retreat before them, and was attacked in
his retreat at Biagrasse. The famous Bayard, who
neo er commanded in chief, but to whom the sur-
name of" Chevalier without fear, and without re.
proach", was so well bestowed, was mortally
wounded in that defeat at Biagrasse. Few readers
are ignorant, that when Charles de Bourbou per-
ceived him in that state, he addressed some words
of pity to him,and that the Chevalier replied when
dying-*" It is not I who should be pitied, but you,
who are fighting against your King and country."

AIA RIN LIS'.
PORT OF NEW-YORK, JUNE 7.
ARRIVED,
Ship Eliza Barker, Alley, from the Coast of
Japan, California, and Chili, and 103 davs from
Valpariaso, with 1,550 b1s. of spermaceti oil, to T.
Hazard. Lefi, at Valpariaso, ships Ida. Scott, of'
Boston ; Chauncey, Little, of Baltimore; Ocean,
of Boston; brigs Orion, Cook, of Baltimore; Trip
of New-Be ;ford; ship Kingston, James, sailed for
Lima, '20th Feb. Spoke, 16th April, lat. 23, long
'26, 1hip Brothers, Brayton, of Nantucket. .?ay
9, lat. 53, long. 56, ship Maria Theresa, Wilcox, of
New-Bedford. from the Brazil Banks. 17th, lat.
20, long. 63, brig William, of New-Havon, 14
days out, all well. When the E. Barker, sailed,
2 French ships of war was laying at Valparaiso,
andone sailed for. Lima; nearly all the Patriot
squadron was in port refitting, some ready for st.`I,
there was about 50 sail of merchant vessels in pt.,-!
of American, French, Patriots, bitt mostly Eng-:.,i.
On the 27th uilt. spoke Br. brig -, from ti'e
W. Indies. Sailed in co. with ship Diana, Paddo'-:,
for New-York, with 1250bbls. oil. List ofvese-,s
at Cape Horn, most of which are in the N. Pajific
Oceman, May 1,1922, ships Loper, Coffin, of Nain
ticket, 600 bls ; Ilixo, Coffin, of do 550; AugI-. 1,
Planter, Cotlin, of do 1300 ; Henry, Coffin, of'NeA.-
Haven, 1300; Rambler, North, of Nantucikt,
50.1; Ones, North, of do 500; John Adams, of do
20CO; Ontario, Bunker, of do ; Eagle, Kelly, of j'o
450; Sally, Barret, of do 900 ; Leo, Cottle, of do.
1000; Pocahontas, Chase, of Falmouth 450 ;
Cyrus, Polger, of Nantucket 300o Spartan, Swaim.
of do 100 ; Rosear, Swaii, .of New-Bedford 500.
Sept. 15, Trident, Collin, of New-York 1600 ;
Lion, Clark, of N'antuckot, 1000; Pruvian,Clark,;,
of do 1000; Julius Casar, Fowler, of Sag Har-
hour 1100; l'Plough Boy, Chadwick, ofNaintuck,'-
00; Phosnix, Chase, of do 280; Equator, Bariard.,
of do 1300; Pacific, Chase, of do 1500; Gaunscr.
Coffin, of do 1300; Constitution, Swain, of de
14003; Dawn, Gardner, of New-York 500; Marv-
land. Folger, of N. Bedford 1600; Indopendenr -,
IL11amond, of do 1500; Ruby, Ray, of Nantucke',
550. Ships at Wodtioo, October 15, Aline;'.a.
Swain, of New-Bedlbrd 800; Tarquin, Butiker, 'i"
Nantucket 250; Francis. Swain, of N, Bedford
1300; Triton, Wood, of do 000; Mayi- Fo,.
ilarris, of Plymouth 900; Pope, Coffin, of Bost-,,s
900. Ships at Calaforn;a, November 4, Cohnub -3,
Bronx, of New-Bedford 1400 ; Geore. & Si. r,
Uphian, of do. 950; Portia, I'av. o;f do 5"l :
Florida, Price, ofdo 550, March 27. lat. 1.1, lh;:..
75, spoke ship Boston, Jay, of Nan ucket. .ir. V.
Shore, of New-York, was drowned in the Pac fi
Ocean, also a coloured man, aid I died,
Sloop 'Trunmbiull, Crary, 13 days from Savannu.N,
in ballast, bound to Stonington, 34 paseii.-ger-.
Left ships Corsair, Porter; William Wallace, hoth
for New-York, 27th,

MARRIED,
On Thursday at Friend's Meeting House in
Pearl-street, Doctor IManning L. Seymour, of
Johnstown, Alontgomery county, to Mary Wood,
daughter of Samuel Wood, of this city,

DIED,
On Thursday evening, Mr. Lewis Harway, in
the 56th year of his age.
Ye terday, Mr. llenjamin Ross, aged 83 years,
an old antl respectable inhabitant of this city.
Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Edmund Fitzgera'...
At Richmond, Va. Harrison Dance, Esq.
I
A' list of deaths in the .Vciw-York Hospital, from th,
1st of March to 31st day of .May, 1823.
Cyrus i.). Hunt, born in Connecticut, aged $O
years, dlied of phthisis; Robert Jackson, New-
York, 42, phthisiso pulmonalis; Joseph Taylor,
England, 32, phthisis ; Gilbert Westerfield, New-
York, 27. do ; Richard Johnson, Rhode Island, 28,
cepalalgia; Jane Corse, Long Island, 34, pneu-
monia; Joseph Wait, Massachusetts, 39, phthisis;
James M'Lean, Ireland, 30, do ; Lewis Coddin-,
ton, Mlassachusetts, 3:, delirium a potu ; Catharii'.s
Jamerson, Ireland, 35, phthisis; James Crips,
England, 37, do; Frederick Williams, Portugal,
52, do; George Evans, Massachusetts, 30, do ;
lii,-- Collins, Ireland, 27, 1istula in auo; Philip
- 1 -, Pennsylvania, 55, hectic fever ; Patrick Fal-
gall; Ireland, 419, phthisis; Ecy Smnith, do. 33, de-
lirium a potu : William Norris, Pennsylvania, ii
contusion; John Brown, Massachusetts, 410, fevr-
Joluhn Winst1ip, New-York, 50, hydrops :h Edwrd
Jackson, do. M2, phthisis ; Eliza Haitncs, do. 37 io
Frederick Devoe, do. 39, ery',sipelas Mary il -
Staten Island, 31, stranguhitcd hernia ; "T'homi: s
Butnun, Prussia, 336,phthisis ; David Ellison, li-
laitd, 30, frahol-e of tlic spine ; Johnl S. Deluin;: ,
Now-Ymrk. 64, peripueumolia ; Jolt ii vreys -
Philadelphia, 35, hepatitis; William Speedior.
Penutsylvania, ,13, diarrh-a ; \Villiiin Clhuni t ,
Ncw-Yirk, .17, lictic fever.
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F"rom, Jl Culomnbiano. h our o h ,
CAtRACAS, MILy21.--We sItoptheprcs to eoni- rial on thinssubject from the Evening PoAt, wehave
nmunicatetie important intelligence of tile capture no other objeCtiou than, that the que-stion bemig
of thie fortress of 5an Carlos, and (teousejuently now no longer an open oue, the law i, talent
tlie like and city of' Maracaibo, by the Cohmblianl pt it '< useic-.", IVhout some 1e1 evidence,
f b r e e s u n d e r (G e n e r a l .M o n ti l h i .3uS L M t t t e

Altho ui k we tre not1 os sion of any facts to make, its fitn llcFUr ulilus l m tr Of fullt er
connected with tlis evenlt, we have every I i.d- | d:-itsqion. \Vi;lo pciiiiin:" thIt:l : rcr nark,, a coin-
dieLce in the i re r! ; Las it has reached .t : throuir 'h; I nnieilication oithe, same suject, froin anotlher]hand
variou. res ,ecl.abll, clin.wa.i. within the additional t ,,L, h a)lso l,,.rin." th si natu'e 01 "A Suhscri-
f a Uct of a aIl t c h;Ivil; lbc 'eIn Ifi redd ;1 L a G .;ia yra l ,Ii 0 S ) (T i-
yesterdey at 12 oiclock in cwaiincoilraliuon of 'thit "el b *'ag brought to us and will be fonild beluv.
event. ]-
Weg call hov"ever an.nonncoe ,a, a ac)rbi, fiet, thatl TO THE, 1TDITO1.1 TFIE A'MERICAN.
a body of 1'J00 of L e i ne.ny iintlvr V cominaild ol'; 1ciilc i- In ancdill (dtorial articloeia your Fapr(T
Colonel Giomcz, 1av c e.(l defeated and totally ofyusteriday, on tlh;e inlicrnict of tile dead, yn I o -
c t prets tile oplhlnn' th:;t th : V., of the surviv-
clut to piecues 1)y tilt! Col,,u1Ii"'Illtrcxr.',, h, cou _i a,;,-I
ed by Lieutenant C'oo;;"el (;ou.-alez in tlhe provi, c ii:' re':i trs v of Coro. lilied I'y a sp ul lt i of the city e;o"<'cr'atLd to thir
On Illa 20th in ni t, auehrcdoru i the road'z ;Sf burial." I'crmrt nie t 0 obr,,rvv t1,"at on this huil-
LaGuayrai, froml' r.:ilanid, thia Colom biLo .,';igLt O j,.-l th.e ,' rv~vi!,^ relatives" have cxpirvne.sd an
c. C on gr' c," of -i4 n 'uus aiid ;M O m el ; eon m and ed ; opinion dirrc tly ill" rc' !re of 1l hat w hli ci.) you til -
by C apt a:1n C hevui e. 1l e to lkth Ie IT h ulml.e ih eor, lrporatio u
It see s beyond aaoduM t lhAtt thlc Spanish fria'e at ain t t el) recent law, t'Iohibiiin inhi'rents n
u 'fierrld ?o nulh in the action of thu Ist. init. that ,I d bII.iio-.grei'd, were si~led d b]y proeal,ly
she will not 1bc able to rcominrnre lhostilit'cs lor [ inie-teilihs f those whose rc.ile c lie !rtrnvd in
six vweck,. and that the capturd corvcttei arc fiio.`c com(lctries. \Would it 1ot be candid anld
so injured,' as to be re tered utterly UsCle:-s to hie impartial in yoi to publish in your papec tile Ile-
eline y, morial "whlich appeared i the Evenin,," l'oA;t of
\Ve have mnAst atisfiitory aeCOunts of the force W1e1Vdeicsday laj ,l in oardp thIat your readers may b'e
under tl.e colnmniai* of (;cocral Manriquc i Trztx- Iaequainted vith tihe reason which inllluenee thosi
ill; Anoll0 Cer httely arrived 1'17om1 thence, statCs 1iwhDo wislh to h; l crill' ted to enjcy tile. an ci-.,t
tli-ir amount at 2500 efi'vetive men. W ith this re- ri;'lit of intelrmIent i thl(c old bUrying'-grmniu d-? J et
spectable force, holding thie elnmy in ch-eek on tim ine glso iniquire whether an interment in a spot
side of' Coro, and that of Montilla and Padillo ott of the city," to whieh none could accompany
~r.-lism"irixrd ,hbi sea a!'nqu,1d i Miracilo ; tile corpse but a few ofthe nearest relati es, would


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r~~~~~~ o ia ,d tla% rodhro, qt:d v a'm-o'clock in til" io{-,nill "-,when Itile question Lttile l onth- Tlhey coin m tieiatealslo tile intellil-'rnce wher,' is this" -p, t o ut o fll It .'" hitcrincnt-; at,:
n o o i 1 r .') a d iz' tv r t o e ll l o t i r w hl r e -l-: w = % i t eke n i d d e c i d e d i ul: t v o r ef t h e o f' h i s E x c e i l e n ey t h e L i b e r a tt or. b ei n 4 ii t l he b y t t ( 'h N YJevaw p e r m t t e dil l c l- 0" l-u iL I Msa d i n : p a n ts... .
,on,iu4Iv .n.. Cadtz, we la o. e. .. itv of 9.1. votes, to 43. neighborhood of Guayaquil, in the lenti of o t the chyl nearly its p.,.pulous a, those m whit 1
.d'. W ith p ea er ofilia tpl aice to t'o V ic -5 h Ap rn icon- : Mli; .'.. i^ 't he'llo ul e of L o r s on t ihe 2 lth, tMarch ; tha t he had w ith draw n ihe sucCour, fur- are p afced the nln r tula -.e i.ury ng--gro m nds w hic h
tuiningadvicei-froon M a.h!h.i.,o tl' lt.>lh. The ge-I Lordliv' '.- said-that he considered tUt sue- nished by Coonmbia to ;'eru ; theyvbeing no. longer are lhe s,',."ce oll "Io 1 i,:1 apt.reh,'lsion, uur
i i f il l 0 1 11:I til e 1 -. . s" o i l t h e i r p ar ^q g ; u ot S t A S
uet-al tenor o|'the~lp ws thev. ;ukpart fvua~e O'!eso rance in Spa nll, ls nmost nl,'{ andl.lie wanted,, anld that they arot noxv ut e"1a ac ciy oq ato t. ie rh y ucl){shrt .
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a " i o r o e d i th r e t a p p r o l he ll in in t ti l e e .. .e t f r o i ( G u a y a q u il t "o an a mr a w h e n c e t iv v v i l l l i llt he f i f t el o we I C r ;a rI o f l u h e c i t e wh i l e :! ,- c o r d -
the ..pa rslau-se, at: tuor gan ize d.. E- es hio the e, uest wo ,uld. produce in F'rance icef rer proceed. to 5autMa r Marta, and if necessary,_ to Ma- iig io then" 1hery. th"y are conc-ntratung in the
hll so farmarIked t .artt'n ',f:-.at or am zedr ist-- .a did not succeed. It was better olr England racaibo.. diiirieL: ti"I oi ',ra!d-street ma scs ofcl e r: p-
.ric e tothe French troop The safety of p ri n to reain at p eace, la tinIhw chance of Ihc aihul 'his lle is said to amount to upw ds S in ,a w il soon sc:, u r pestilece through tho.e
,eits with the People,. not with the gl'o-ve 'ni ecnt or ( if the lcnch frce, rather than rashly to encounter ree. ^ heastic n -h 'l.
t-4 1 1 c e i n n o v ie v s w r T he 're, is a s ,o:n ti l u ,,il t ill i he I h o ul a u h ei a r t w hi c hI
arin,s;i and the policy adopte.1 t.:ed....' uHthe ins- te sa 'ntoldenie t:egof a. Ac n arrival at Norfolk frof avana brings dates raring d ae s 1u, i t t w c prompts
,lom although-, dbubtless, rather the result of le- on him as e udden and nuxpeeled as it was raiseu- f that ]place to the 24 -1th. vw nicdh .iloral us of f ile*oicitots x'sl, ( to-,1a y ot b on e il, ,-e oil
'ity than choice, is the one hb c t c al1ulated to son ab le, being o n. the nigla prec edin g the day (o n the m ovem ents and e g e e cieney to the modeof"warfa- e peculiar to, which the annier-tary of his birth- wai to 1elele-Pofr-r's s.1ludron. The /1'ild Cat "u Be en
he nation,tas d to call forth tir the fi rench rs- l,/i,,to hra/cd .? ']lH is e letel.-sc r Iug 't os t un -. I of west ert. Iaoef tth S It whereo o r l ,l

r. zrrsuc. 'd prcc-tei c erom. dlsaipiutln tIews u of the sail^ ed frem t on oraot thl'2id thr Keyn~ stn to itex- t wll it^ ;an'.le e no;.ed tatijryto;;^
itsvigorous e ntisuccetsft i prosecution ', lieco l- town, and ayofgstthose who were desirous of wit- refit. The P pilot hlal left thaereooi tiet!1901fo public ealth rll ,.,; o os fro b uryi,,a-,-ro is it
s t u ti en b e trnup l y^ l in -u h / e p r o g ric s s a n d p r e s e n e nc s si t he, b u st l e i l l t i e p ar k, a n d ti l e ga ie t ie S a t Vl lr a C rnpz a T he i t el l e saio l ed a d e I "l,, do p r-i t i is t w i s e i s i t h u naln ele .vi o l atc 'me o f


f .,<.V ^ n,,ie iico den esthe Sp nii!" la r ae al~ r pa er C u tau iei. the l[hi s.h aer e 'ried vion t l 'o So th avi n, fu paor the N_-uf of th, Cio. sTh t he st~ro.ng paes tfe l."i~ng .;leof :i,, n at iu' ,e i:.e ,
o f f o r e i g n ao f nei s p p l es t i mu n l a t e t h e en e r y a n d n kite'hr e t p ropl a ce d" c u t s A** *c s *rl "f '1 -R1 f o.t: t h e G lt' I I H: R .
liar monize.thrceoInflic t i v ie wsran d iute r ests ct ile t hi. o .nl.lT11h1. fi iml;wn t ire, ex\ t r cts :,c azal and F ox, "w ith tw oo tba rges, ll undaethe
a riots ; .are, '.w hile -th e a vjceoft h e is re a ;,:, i; '. l. c r u -'. t i w e aco u n ts order s o f L iiite na t C o m m an da nt p a tson ,t salile dt T O wT u d-bTeE D T -R ,,S O F A M E R: I .C AN .
d tee pfrpoe sV w\:llt qonl or |bout thei... 9thno iss i woe ,lavl. itizen .... u li. laoe r t u ae eart in .o-
ana e~i t hie frop -e ts iah,'re urc m Me red uce s th e i from .ai h, ic hii of| hbi 13til, i of M aru l tile G) re eks t ,em rn --I, a o ne i n a p m a l e a n a -



en ve lnt i l ep o eil t ool fiio-o ei-niin laudin"" oZ cA oi or about t ( ) i i .it lt toro ex- o > p se s d li n l nr h -
13UAV 1,32110 the selves inisters of tile inipor.anH if aup. .o teed orb hloa sto Canfy oe o pal ospo -
effective stren agth by division, anl tl, e f nece.dinT ua -- 7.plote the- c hI'eOW, .....f'Q NaCeaiof'CIr ,rocm NIal. z Ihe cs to, lo t e Io,,In o f laellis ot L,
u a l inesl. d {l hlialli e A ith the o C.onil wai-i ; thene Lat e eland. CILd the (iLilt I aprivatp we tiLon l!
ingup 1le nmnctinwhith the .se 0 te. .-a, f ar e, t whi ch ber i pro ed trn h CAp e. ; an e ar o the tile dow a ti op t wi h
source of their sup plies, t, con dti ens t he Spanish .: a nreu al .lotionsta wti ple. .uot hert exf dh o n i t hor it tile, s^ tide, and s eal e .r' N'o r h C oast to di nl pA rt th e p 'i e w ,f th ow e en
o Ia gi es e iver d a a de ri .a f h a* larde a el t tM o un t A. aVI ilsp r a loha va nia. T he T errier ai F e -ere pro ceeided froin aves ai ..cur ata 'in epru 'rtnlol n of'rJii proper "'tyh ra ,







tailrepd giveslatio y, but -iivdathette gra-insn lla ti~ in~ncle tt;edlToCre ul ,^^y, ^,, ,,*^ ^,^
1 bt .ror il l tl oe cui 'yc alo tl et\eH ntC.vos o t Ha, lh nn d o en, most ol ho had recenly b' en o f c li- i private e fe el i o a n liiv i du-
-warfare, for iWhich the country is sulwell rnda1p)to.!,,, : Shii!,i. 1 ~atrmam heNrls~,rud Cape Vcal' ~of' 1.voffd-Ijc O l of.ss,'k 1"tiql,-. {lid / I'l-
An, ath or ale so wel l d.ro :w r imsInert anit 'l". 1 .,u,;h, u of tbs M d, hi is el r ely rio s t ern e 1'heo c l de spf rte hill The G .rey'- whartiexpeisaats ,Je du tor. T e ide, hatd








urr,-itcL,3 o~ini th ,co m e 01(, tAa 110111i/ wole' Iv aei e 6r~ i o r o~ s n o r s o d n n The ill- lind o th e oasl u~l w r op st on 1 .od otl e om u i ny t ilhoe
even itn the prosecution of* Spi a nl. "'ish tile-! It L-ra isdvt Io turt )lae, to the fit ^aeinte men t-w0I oaseysetnyi ^il r ci l l',
decl ara i lon dfwarbyth a emKn, V ahlck tan d, 1.ro.!in..-c th s and t rc' c la Y p a sn t th. 3s froma. whlig', "s t his "Ib c c i vally t io, whe lasace cll t ii' y our a n-








t.Misillevelti tie.d *^ c olonrt f o f L)I teriadollcrI wcmlcte xrista wl afudbeo ue ayc tpart o frti oast aUnd z;4 'Fs ilhte
,. .. ., .. e ,, ,.,. .:1 i i eaGllh\% ru"inll"CO O" ic r i o m G I a.tnwata a. so he- Tstears. l'o t e airqtst ne ; ef thi s c otmi try S aud
troops o te ttl p ubl c l lel g ,a nd U a ol- w by t' ,, ( I lv, ve, (to
in his na and cause, Oil til whole, the intel- sh; tllvIt1 I lls frtos n. at ahd h, h d. retine d py o tir sle irrs vi reuer sl al-
l ne before u i e d wco n fi r ms t h e b e l i e a; i n w h i c h w e d a t he lslto pr e' f r olut h i chd t e 1 r t-l c 1 1 a nd' if e do e o f p t h e p i dra o ul s a y 2 1 Stl n Ol(T r i u,,l n r a ia e i i c h rIl l 'i-t .









li;inau***^^ beor nI n''--fo s fds rt. le a -vlr Tis s nted eode olt nsn tha id r A c iotr frni anou ctfie of' t h o min.ui si c..-s1
ha o'{.-o s nev-erv >alvered! t tlut tle attenillpt to p ut tivu -Ath-ll; I c a th e fevent ed 'ehaof tA o Mhu rtl t wh, er a ^61 isL itpre sent entirelyoelear yle r tt n t hisZ.h1ih l l J1r c oiciM to I'the ll
libe r al r p rinc ip ltes in S p a i ni w ill n o t on lty fiid, bto r nt pL o spOu t a a last V IC u r prk i s al t r jo sc o ut a n tldhi b e r gci as n i s eowp i a ti roaen ly w 'a t rehic a o f he- f.eity ii o ut oi ly r feeij l con tem p tib le, atnd
recoil with fatal S brce toii ttr i t fa e t-e govern-c h i aCc d b eso e t athe r now m c he l o e ay t ra hI a, an nt r pdisra ti-as yet hLwsha e "o t fri' ,'e 0, : JS pr Iae re- i,5 Ls 1 on
mueat thin e foi'.. hora whtich -w to Lc beeivet n, NIn L I e Nto- Il e li.lo( our llOSt respeetale phy-
meetwhif a s! mtte to'beenm ileins 'o Nrsia iwa' daily asuit ~gaImore serio~US e ~charae-them it death blowv.Vesels arrive and .,.."J Ieat ndiee c:l1acdoeahtleae
mcontinent. We find ter. After al action betwe h troops of thsotw w rle p er n in at terruption. I..:", ..' ion iu d su Iserv the vi ews of ristc h owet er










lien-o te u disportatd als of petyiafrti h ],avcmt exprcrien d nti.;nlkgnill. T e *^. 1 '
o[ tV a~ ll il 'I~ i ls Ill- u~ i 'ml-l ayfils i a 'l y sub~ ided T w o l alr t. nII' Il s i v0 ie v cl s e,,o c. h l e e
olitfle filt tS pai -a r rece P o t halat requires a de- xpo wers,akth e T u r os oere a P ers ian s f or- e olt tleori tikeu s sai p woi te s sin e e fl ol n it an w e 'dir ohrvc, o r .c n cu i eus li lasht.ci m! s,, w ho L o tai pit-
ta iled tran hatio s but give tith e p ol u as th 'tiffed hheiselvesat _aeundnli ThesGroick osoad- r tey wr e a ni l ed p le rd i twe te, ilts"ts r te o ticoe 01e .. April -, lods I ss, e lote luil,
issue o thy plere .. inform bon t pwa s lll L t 'two t U a OCll! nlllicauoIo will inotI" 1stv'iwedli anlil
snar e s.f'hc rely wolt hnts: inet l inselflle od to eryize,.dotr theeoaos. lioe t 'i ria i t/,111 Inl wien, 1]no0LA l o \!' O llo lla]lrool-lly been thr ,'l l' ^'-h l t'h private !"r"iopp" in -0 d;>ys









",IS Api .25 int cale Rci iet dc Cuso.i an bogig ,f tlc ,xol iiv on cag a id i e- ro Li r ol.'n tlla c pn e rlvl cei eg elno l;?o nlltees-
Thexnhadronaeh 3GPvsle, fi.oa owhce th e eehd seera coplesels hesod ded. besid wa w aexalcted oo wlec- weenva-'d in piraltLa acts, but lnl*git ratuer-11i tfg
Pt)o ii zaOtoro d u they have e ltarc ked mIthe ai : 0 prese otles .. .
opened r a forlltald h' atboa r o iiwFar r;a l' alew "'ara un -t i u.T hey a redes peratIin. notice, Dutinlerely to ec h liS uSa pr eat f
l 2ow3 a olk tkrns- esntorlprdie. Tlhey ar o dprtvlin a proceedingo-which is caletLiatd to inake hinlh ant
and orflee s had been tal l e e s; o.es Buch Past and 'ha gs obr.] ze it le ir favoua, aridet s Ce 'n :l/li.fer a iny ode of life to tll lolet t












nos-'Ayres, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Bth fet 4a3 ts e b otn osceddi astsainig their Eclaste, Capt.houltl reeeivin; -0"0 to-lo pr o ; twllb lie hasim to ^,^^,(1will ^ pnrly otojithers fe mia>;inith a-
privaeersa~ndsz tha cmmere of hat atio.---we hve rceived front our obliging cor-resonldenlt ()e. 'they will find oil dthecoasta warm oppositionouh aay~osbcOb odaYt~hrtecmnnt.~lllapt hsih
fi'oa.theArngoeshsaedno Tyot\'nueiizers.,The views, when not n wauifes md nnist, the Iis ahavs
SCoine unin.pontaeu c in. th. palil-sh letters- at Laguoayr advices, front that place to i t 2 o ha e os a ead
pomo estilt., and C tara eas pap ers to the 21st, from wh -ich flis k et his to r ee cone SCal ty I 17 "n.1h
t; h s 'srolno iccad .a t h ei a w nnrke thef e xtra(sto that will os e. foundlibelow.- score tl i great part, of the co us walid bays jusith thie











li'nia~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ in3esfo iepooracut r hs oclb eioiu fie rie rm a-riedll, runin herin t La \ e ta -.\te, weland soit He- Theah'^,^ iea;col.-- tc fareinforfe that ntlcnips t
bruarteis, repreow t tile public fro eliL onas od ,an I It will be s euadronen that the seale r w hiof lias tie s h Sc .1 all '..'in e er 1 t h e h en''i li ladi r a nd re- peaep p haly- t oo a e iifi the sehe alrssu












v Ipolt a beo Th ney Idd -Iev r tohi .i e meby Ge erl le en l s -, Ho.a i s ee rtiop n wihav I)M I 'i 'isii l'reti;;re peas ee p rlyofe t i e ri: Eri-S sl, mil reo pu 'r~ti, an
ie peope Unew, e wept hoe regilar rmiswete t s ie last previous accounts, had turned -,),ail s the s citrinig ; and if wo do not capture rates, YOUi nayt












With al fil rise howeer, fne Datzic heat 'posiion o apascnseron bordlhebrIs Ifwill Ile pewatftlced oilra meutsar,-,1 next, i i i ill,-anylbopc
pt,-cu~te nhr :, aurt the-,'rritla parties lilluad orhies of tile reiblie, have a.rain risen in its fa- rct about there I e a re m Nonfl tins acos tt. *hwilltherprerecd onMondayrnc.i, l t." hIbleefim
,,, au s eabnt in hnalfb r i rt e and sp ef t Thea i yot r. `lhis is in the d u he order p offilingsin that service is arduous ; being-condined to sroall vessels f' ,h- nonnwh i toa pe ri the H OL"MAN,
a and ope n boats ill a schorching slit awni d all aight tf Ariel.
.dtia of Sarigeossa lithalt oh teerivate serve fdrinig part ofthsieconeinot, tliand ve fell) to exult ill pre- ibl heavy dews, will try our Cnd stitrtionsi. The ....
the lvar, andth uit ofbMadsri were ne prol itiea to re-tsent lsespecs, least our precnature joy should be raily sesasou is now coapprcecntici onl which is .Veilt'al- o "..*!
t:hre tofisardy'eNiii e,, E P a~est ," ill the c rae-eh c ke by some disaster now oTi its w ay to reach lythef l ;br ,eerunnr of dis0a e---sy Or'.1i11 h0e. h j ,.l[ 21
fceed in.our,:ici" their way to thie capitul.-t s. cixerieced ay Lily evil conmcenes. I han been
.. ..Iisofptt afacinteoil shore h'',,and a:I ]t anasfrequently, aiid ,(f 2t 11 J, X.
a. me unitport dAL have r sati pey ipres in d th L hav'e experienced n. othin. like incivility. T'.eh
neo th e o Spain aud Portugal, are given, buthe iys I r f r o Corre.qponrd, dt doled authorities live Polite e awa ptted C tive, a l fcr their cve just rec eived ourlivRlus u"fLo dol pai-
ohe oesilts of this eivi strife il iaist depend oi the LAGf .tA R "May"-2.q.. seLvieos on oar arri alc-the people ii e ste, p r it t AL(u d o vno d's L Aesi t o the sa.e
issne of the reatconfliet for national iudepenilenge, "I have the.pleasure to inibrd i you that C o -politely make Way, and the'soldier., >al alle ti date, and I ive -pacl papers to th e Ist. _avn brought
fheyare scarcely worth noticing.has lbeen re-takuen byoulr troops. The 1 ,est regi esinu nib.Mayacent s 'on had in A sthlae ;' p ^,CL !
~~~~~~~~~have. heen exit Prated, (,r- the nialners land tbelings bte lelc.:tsi -ne rp e, n-0dy
[CAMF, April o25. meet, called Ilegimoento die Bwnogo, and ab.ALo nging of the peopile-hae a b aderdone a chadoe no rapid i8- from Liverpool. at perceive appnoLhh of interest
Exchiaange on.Londlon, 3o6.1 ; Paris, 73.. to the enemy, has 1beencol 0II)etely destroyed,. deed. besidels"whait we have. extracted, oil which wve
Prices C tarruint at Ca .4iz,.,Ipril !.- o foreign a 1,Oil the 5th i nist. the C olo mlbi aul squadron, "Th troops h- 'e are ill coi.ltant nllotiti --the have neither siotace nor tinio to co rnmi e al. T he
Flour in market. Cast'ilitia Flour 'I-1 9, pricee, nutn n l o2 ai,(nldlggnot)shot art0 pil,'d oil eillthe bat~er~e, and c\'ury pre-















L MDO A rilai.-I issurriing tlaii i n all *en to 20 sail in.c.ludinga'"-e g tlrlha par~at-ilts- Upland:o ap, ofi .ro to Ii', d quai tyi I r A.No-tKllro E cig arii( l fvaqr cveing tloia his attasicgl
Tvice d pe r q uin t al on b o at rd S g a r, tHi a va n a ,w 01 i Ib r delli n ea afe )0 1 -tears to ,ri m. K i lt a ma o a r e so der o f h s att a ck
,sale, 20 a 29 ;first quality of white,e a:L :3 ; forced a passage over the ait- into the lake of M il- thing is to ho h e ard but. th Ii'd f r nl aid of th go! fo.rc",hai R obert Viisoer had published a
'Coffee, 25 a26 per quintal, few sales ; Mgilet a Bie- rai l ibo, and having a strong breeze in their 1avonr, trui 1p t. t 1C'ons.dai' v"o r istle. 11- a .|iedictx.rv ad ldess to Ms eonstite notsprlire at his
nos"Ayrea, best, w34 I 33 qth.,perylb. Cotton, nosceee in passing the castle withoin recelvi: \onrite dmtt..l-,how lo'no it wll be so remain 1 l-to Ldep :;!uy| foexethe peninsula to join tile Spainish atr-
jG Cd fis ht n a ,,i N o th. m r e n o e w d s a n y nl a t e r ia l in j u r v. '] .'h e y n mu s t t h er e f o r e b e illv ; a dan "o a n d ll t e 1 1 l
6 ; C o d fi s h n o l l e : ~ ~ ~l/u r ~ i /e -- A l e- t t e r f i r o m If a v a n a t o t i l t E d i t o r s s ;' o t o a s n u~ i l t e m l s
possession of the to it-vof 11aracauibo." O.f tilt'"N orf"olk lleaC02, daled. l'ly t-l, s',SUV .... li seof, Col monlLs oil th6 21,41hApril, by Mr.
By -the ship Philadelphia, arrived at PhihlueI- 1 I refer you to tile encelosed trnnslatien, "mildc "" lly"tth-. l III-tish shIip R~oaluluts, wnv"'c haSJust V.'fdacdoldd, testsa~ f\hc a oe rs
philaia i 38 days from Liverpo'ol, our accounts are this moment. by a meritorious officer arrived flrom atrrived L!. 11 ro n loo it 0 I L r\'eta N Pru 0,tw h'l ar l tht tho e,''li t 0110 complete f~iltire of' the attelipis to
brop.ghit down 3 days later froin London -and Li- or qudrn n ha qate, nd.," a; "u/r;ide, xillih)hts fitnily, 1'.' mjust :lhtltd
ou qudo i h urtrend hihhas been eIat --Iog1r n h ~ '.fihs~pl:v-ke ~ ce--:ttemlptIof' which til e teebh, oess
verpool than before. They add, however, nothing given tnle by General Clemientel. hn:;,s( i ,al ILLeotimiay vwi:1h the tl:viuish frii.:ale has b/teenproved b'Ly tilce "sult, and to put lolrthi 1
in point of news, except .-ome trifling rise in grain. .'Tapiar. r[!') is to} slicecu- hllin il it "'o. vni- !'["stro.]g opl'.ion th~lt the Imeasulres takien with th-at
Wi he alierise, however, fine Dantzio wheat E pos-ition of a passenger on board the briZ ,f Ivr Inenij, or I a h n ral~ n,,ts I, vt\-c ve eentsel:scudwr~~ n o'e
(in. bond) is quotted, as will Ile seen, at 25s. sterling Independence wioder coni mand of Coin. Behteche. 111 ot bee, able L o 'o'tai .
Sof su1Ccess. The il"ense adjournd beI'll e I t~LC mies-
per quarter of 8 bushels, equal to abluott 73 cents "The weather, which -was ocahni, "was one of the The sAeani :akclet from ."hr'tll',brin.;szaceontollieu wan vs t~iken. 'l'ht-p. are IL!L1 ACIDeS of ill!-
per bushel, about half the value of -wheat in this ea't-= l- e h 3nrbue _1e saeofti e- eevdther rte fro Nev:-Orleang, bY the ctshr. lio- nrac e~ dih;." flhQ in~tL`I'id "t"J -Of" e !Ljtu'-'
inai,ket. T he inltelligen ce com m unicated som e sel from the co mlbat off Porto C abello. O il the Ilert 13urll-, to the 1"[11t i lt. w hi ch llrt, rese.tit h11C (1IJ. d calt for' lot~ ue,
-days since in. the extract of a private letter from, evening at six one of' tie Spanish vessels began to .qis.issipli as behngvery hligh, Lid still rlising. The -e-
Ba yonnte, whiel-we published, relative -to' the at- b lase her, and half anl hour al'ter she -%ent about Levees, onlsevcral par'ts of the river had ,,ecnl car- L-~x pi 21
lack m ade by, Vit united bands of the politic al, an dl m ade sail to the vessels thliA had struck hk ; Land rie 'I away, aawl s-rious aplprchcn lns i on wro ,,,ale- Th e Fr. neh p~aleI"l of M ) :y m r h? a
- C ~h ief olf.B iscay E 1 P aste r o n th e real- o f G en eral as it w as v ery d a rk w e l oist sig h t of th eni. A in o- t ai neCJ i) r th e e u .a n e t at N ev .,-O rl,,au a1 t h ,te,,c 0 x. it hh", a rrh 'e, ,;ht i ltd ,m i1 t;.1 ,
~~~~~~~~~~el (0 illO,'C [rul,plr'oz [roum t!:ar~',c :!ai~Q
JL Hilarie's division, would appear, by the article [ n t afttier, -we hoisted itp, a lantern as a signal to 1-:11ngli'Jh urn i%'. 'he rise of tile riler-it',!at~on ;,'i...ly te di, ;VIl'a,' :of! hio tc ti-Le "tow us, w.-h:ci
fri'omtlze.Courier Fr;.ncais, to hav ekd u n[two schooners -vthich left Laguiayra with n is to join, 1o1 eonte!th a ro ni' cit it)an iiiIm O'h the Iy oll oelw a( <, ,' wcn''a!c ( 'e. sou1 id.t IC'
Pa~ri-, ald to have created some impression. Tile I and }havhitiefl-ecledil twe Imade to Los l'alees, and ar halfAl" o, hours."..ZI0Tool
e'~~~~~ndtlth ef v~y- or s, i.tit I tn afre-1" r omt i-n h i ln c n"hc ile,"acr< id h l
Lit of pai re eiv d y t le ay : -I line is n ot lit L all tii lf%1 ul -- t h e slilit 1111 (Z f~ l o
,oC'(ad~lz will be fobuud ill Euother column. It is,i tionedl. Co'modore PC adilla having beainformindna,.,n 'rt criyf oyp'ea-inn-rato. rItel'reewell reew~i\ 'ii2
rigthoeve',aslae fomLb inneiae etofcd of the unhappy event IeI' Porto. Cabllcaled ed. Teoplouie, it is ti'Lle, du ot110,rsist, becat,4s. an ul.o-
.w ar is w e c wer c b before ill possessio n of. ac oune il of' w ar, oil board the s lo oip of' w ar C o in arnte( d lh ultiL ud L 1,)o ot l hii g a4 h h a
stitution, in which it -was concluded that all con- E'.rlrae! o2ft leil/').1 dflo Sat:anrt,iah, fAL-y 129, V3,'.23. t,'0jps ; bolt lueithe(r LdU they sulbait, Jor thlt,y re-
OffIce of the .1 arOra, Ph Uade~lphia, .1lay 7. venient niceasures should be iin uuediatt,,ly tak eni to, The qua nitity of coti.on oil hand in ALl,', ttsM a t'vol to ob ey tile Spanish J 1 u1ta, 01r even to re,!ei\-e
its represeucitatives the Airnly of the Faith : thifs]his
[From tile Courier Franeaoisc.] furce our way Liver the bill. Thli sloop) Conll~itu- }Haibur., and this p'laee e o ece 8o happened at Gitetaria---it h cpp ._0', ry uhr.-
q.N ~ox, April "5 -I is snrl/rising that tite, tioll was sent to (,,.... ..],,, t0ilt; a vc. se ht 90 bls- padho neirt -rq aiyare ..nother renuirktble fit', is, that. not ia slnigh.
eegr:aphie despatches, "which uo eth
m ovem ents of head-oluarters and of' the advanced could not pass over the bar. Ili tile aft ernoon of' how ellinl, ,"It 10 a 10 1-4 cents ; good to prinic, milliti aman11,, no a sill,,loe sohlier ef l' di(eaost;-
I It -2 a 12 1 2; elec ions 13. Fro Ltuitina h force, h at.- con eu ele o ratlt{ joi nled t hlt i n-
.glards, [boi mna i enate nothing of what passes iu tihe the 4th -all was ready to deparl, antithen arrived I 12 a 12 ee tin 1 rights tare(,ra- vzodcr. The usitionl d troopsIhave not fired it ,ing'le
`znr n i h ig l h r Y. Th'le left("'-' the sehr. E.-,artania with anl Americain n'i,,' rize tiler cdull, thou,Jih no aetual dclnefroin 11l-.1d- :s],el(excelptatt. t. ebas~tiall's),l1111lei";leth-rh1 stit eve


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"061,edinlteo ntcasii ?, a I a _t4S I P. 7'l~t Fr, w .o;it List! .*7/.ri7 21> .-) (1,!d
they k1);w c ..ull uot finally withhold. 20th.- 1ffT the lart, Stark,'Snnnr,", C......--
on this ground alone, were there no other, wce toll". Armatt, Hall. Bialtimurc.-At Ll.'. !ljh,,,
sholld sa*y that thl struggle will not coiimencie Floyd, Stolle, _New-York.--(;othe-Lurg. 1 th:. \1 m,.
till the l'rp!:eh arc inenr, or perhaps h;, IMadrid. HoWland, outlhwurtlh, New-;'York ; (iahtI;a,ow-
The i,'rehc! Funds declined nearly 1 per cent. ton.
on Frida opviliet-, for" the ac( oun(, at ;.I, 1 d At C;ravee d, Sim on, Iob,'rl?, Ale.xa, ;-dria -
closing iii !i1l. :(;; c.; but on Saturday they ilnprov- 1"Iero,. .lci~kin-u do. ; Isabella, ,% hi'dui, C- harl'-
ed a-.I:>An d the closing price of that day w\as ton-AtltveolCork, Klori7on, Ch'.r. IrfromC {1--
.|f. .- -C), .--- i;',.,cr,1 narvon, fir- Newv-Yorlk, hlIa ..--.,t Londonderr ,
\Ve ha-,- rece'ived M-Utrid papers 11) the( loth .1lh.Tritoi2, I\knoNc-/r : irnC
;11-t. 101d Ciln finld in themi '!Othili whiUIh- r1i" lit S!,,ure.rdo.-Atllanl.. ro, 2ll-t, .Milnerv:1, G.c,
nnfrd at pretext for those glo~oni picturesz 01the I 1'h1lad ui-At Breen,"1 13th, Duinoln- li
*-"tn ef t fli Sfth anisl c pii'l'al : -h "h .alve lv a p- L '"1 t ';i2 lh, '['w u Frle" ds, ..mith. -..hrl s-.
peared in t hc l reneh ),--;r;als. Th reee i-s no ahlu- (mn ;. UIst. (,ertrudcV, I.tU u-9hohl l, laltnmor,-- At.
siol. to any agitation, or di-turbanee. Antwerp. .lilh March, Faelor, Slced, Pthitadel-
.A number ofi reign corps :ere forming in diff'er- phii: lDeleta',-, Yorl, New-Y'_k.---t Ha're,
ent ]'arts ofth u.lsuh,. A eorps of Fe rllh re- *2.lth, FavoLirvle, Buiker, Newv-York ; Wavc, ecl-
'u.'ee, eelder the com uma d ef C tU'Cohcl Aye y ar, ly, l2o,.ton.--At O.uillebcul, -'Jd ; ]ole, -1arai-,,
mnarehed fro,'I Madrid oi 111,-th0, to join themriny, ChirlestuI3..
al'l"r i-arading the streets willi tlie. tri-coured ltag, I)over. ',th April--The Martha. Barnard,
and signing .altriotic so iw s. A. considerable corps from Amsterdam to New York, hia, been brought
which was raised at ,;!l a:,"econmanded 1.y ai: into the R' ads b,), soni] Deal and Dover uoats,
I Offlcc "whi) was aln aide-de-camp to .! arshali Nev. wit'. loss of rudder 'and leaky, having struck oil
liThe stlrcltgh of this coltminl is said to have been the tHlinder and.
greatly incrtcased bv deserzions from the Fehreilch llmre. ALprili 190'1.--Thn Martha, Snow, of:i;ta
ar-nyv. A number of ltalh:'r have also offered their frein New-York, inlentering. this por!. at -I 1. -M
services against tlie invader:, ofl Spaiis. Thetroops heeled the g-roUnd, and drove at the Iack of the
in pursuit of the factious partic. appear to have south pitr.rwhere she beat several tinmeg very hard.
hcen every where' sUnecs-Q1n!, anl tlc pteapers con- every as.!Itljce wea. rendered from the shore, and
tain several d'1spatches detailing the deicut and abL0t J i'. M. wac extricea'ed fIoll her perilouspG--
di-'per.io:! (of tho'c Ilanr;;der-. an:, prisoners sil on, 'without having received any apparentda-
have been ,- .1-:,f ,ito MAladrid. T'he accounts mage
frol n V a eln e .. ..... ... lhe t t ial defeat of Ihe rebels _- *_-_ ,_ -- 7.. .. -_-7
( -mminancd lbv Scmpere. .An ulecdote is related
Iw!];ch (-eelplific- tlIe t'r of, the sE duntion em- 1 1 9 N E LI ST.
I ])luved by llie priests to plr.tknidethbei'e'lioranit pea-
j sa~ln, that in making up a".ies against' the eonstitu- O POI'T OF .\'i-U)KK, .UN' 9.
* tion they are righting in defence of tle Catholic
. re!];floe. Oil the lIrht approach of the Jactious to .I11ltlI'E'),
\ the city, one being; tatkenl ind 1)rought in, i'li upon Ship .hLneis Cropper, Marshlall,37 days front Li-
I his k 1e1s ai( excIlinmed, '" Do spare my lile, and 1 vcr.pool, with dry goods, to I "Wright & Son, F.
- wiil turn it Jew also." Colonel Don Autonio, Ba- Thlop:-on, 1) Croutlier, J Downer, C Leguire,
' 7an, who gained the important victory over Sent- j Caroen, J J tRoosevelt & S,.on, G Mlackcy,\V W'5
pete on thl 2d, marched ou tthe 5th against u'- CappCt, 1:; "i ainwri, ht, 1) madden, It Halligan,
viedro, w'th 1.100 infantry and 300 cavalry, and 4 IVain & l'rince, Iletpburn i L'rinec, 1, Dauglcss,
i pieces of artilhtn'y. No account had reachedIMa- C; i)enton, TItfad, J & C G.iascoigu, J Dickensou,
; drid offlhe rosul of his expedition, but itwa.si sup- J J enlki)n,J llaviland, W & L "W Delfield, Law-
posed that tlic rebels were so disheartened that rcimce L7 \\ ilhard, D It & 1' Taylor, Foster & (;i-
they would e ,aeuate the place,-Times, raud, Sands, 5poonier LCo A Charters, S '.1 ,'i.,_ ,
Qpril 29, City! 12 o'clock.-No express lihs arri- L \\: VHiglcv, J ,1cpherd, A & J Woosey ,t. Lo I
ved in the city front Paris this morning. Consols HIaynor, .1 WVri;ntt & Sou, A Bryze, Weyman St
.are 77.. To-morrow is settling day in Spanish Clark, S "Ta thrall & Sons E ]alstead, J J Burr,
IZ.,d othlr Foreign Sec m ites ; there are ii conse- Phelps and Peek, WV. Watkinson, It. Olmstead,
quence nbndaoce of 'uniours. The most, onli- tandolph & Witcrs, T' Newbold, J Tiaylor & Sons,
nent is, the defeat of' : division of Fretch troops \VN \, N TZ ]V Chester, A Jroadlbcnt, 'atle, &:
: by Gen.-Mina. The roeiort has, however, little 1'.ussel!, G S Fox, Andrews, Thompson & Co. Ili-
!etfeet, the fluctuation in tile Bonds of 121, being .eer & Robbhus, Lord &, Lee, S & N AMeachan,
only between 3., and a4-l.. V IV & It. Mott, Cornell & Nostrand, J E & CU
A traveller, who arrived on the 19th of April at IMowett, T. Siu.lern, Tredwell, Kiisam &. Co. b J
Baycvii-tc fron Sptin, speaks of the good arrange- Tobias, It Gore, C Purdy & Co. Morris, .,luijr ,L:
mintcs; tliat are every where making iu thle interior. Co. Kennedy &7 .Maitlaln.di A Mitchell & Co. NV
'i.he ., ostitlttionalists are preparing, not to attack Gibson, jr. Stout, Platt and Co. Henry Young,
Whe troops -of' the Army of Occupation, but to John Wheelcy, William Whitehead, tlutehin.,on.
| hiras tilem ; and it is said they will not attempt and Carrick, HIugh Gelstoii, and C. 1. marshallall.
any thingtill the line operations is become much Passengers, Christopher Hughes and servants,
meor extended, and till the corps of the army are I Charge d'Arl'aires of the U. S. at the Court of
nei"r Madrid ; by that ttle the hot season will have Stockholm, Joel [1. Cwoat, Esq. Francis J. Mackc-
set in, which will be very fvou-able to tile lifle,, Esq. and-7 in the steeragee. Ltft at Liver- .
Patriots, pool, May ]., Packet ship Canada, to sail 16tli;
(E.r ,'acI ofa prirate later, dated Madrid ^pril 9.) Orozimbi. WUi.-; Indian Chief, 5th ; John Well,
The arily of' Count Abisbai increases daiil.--8I oth ; Blori-lu. Brown, uncertain ; Triton, Liscom,.
Ile will soen be able toa have 1j000 excellent! do. On the 3d .May, Sconics iRocksin sight, spoke
lroops.. .[ ship lxChniigC, from 5' iobile, for Liverpool, 33 days
Oilthe oeitrance af the Kv gu into Cordover there out. May 21st, iat -14, 42, spoke ship Hercules,
wa~ sonw lilp IR diturbanei.. That city is the cailv [ Gardner, from New-York tor Havre.
ono in all Andalhsia where, lie Ath i-conitio"ial ] Ship Louisa Matilda, Storey, 40 day a from Cadiz,.
nolions have any inliucn1ee, is ,'Majesty was re- I witrig'i'.,dry goods, copperas,_;C to J Brown&i Son,
r ceived b, part of tl e people with cries Of"- the ow.ers. II!adyn & Timinc-eis. Kennedy & VTaitland,
SKing- for ever !". Biat anit,,!r. p)a1t criedil, .die C on- | 1 C 6Cdnv.,,!, T Calioonc, P 1emsen, IV M1oore,
stitvtionll Kin"g for v ;" Ti:" '.hereupon qiu'rels. C ilirrison, If & G Barclay, J Gilpin, It ell-,.
*ad da.-ip 'baiees cn'i-ed. However, thei eItrancc Ilamilton & Burgess, 4 Griscom, Cardwell &i Co.
1of the C rates dispelled this lit!.le sAorm. The King 1 J Fowler, IV _I Leed, and to order. Passenger,
.vwas not to stop on the way between Cordnvp- and T cBrouks, aid one in thee steerage. Sailed April
lSoe. lie, where liN ?,Jjst y wais impatiently ex- 26 in co. witil schr Little William, Evans, for New-
pectotd, Miessrs, Arg'uelles, Galiano, Grasses, and York, Left brig ironsides, Barnecot, of Boston,.
sZveral oliher distinguished Deputies, have arrived nne : schr Croaker, IBied, of.NYork, loading for Ilie.
it Cadi;', where they will remain until the Cortes Spanish Mhaine in a few days, and one other schr.
arc installed at Seil!t Theic people received them name unknowl M-ay 13, lat. 23,10, long. 19, 1-2,
tvilh letlimomc'in of the liveliest enthusiasm, spoke Br. ship Marit, of London, from Bengal, for
Out, (lvcrirleut is taking the most active mnca- l ondo. The ship Savannah Burrall, of'NYork,
sures ht t rm tihe oreigners who ask to beemployed for {hv.aI:, I s:'iled 1.0 days previous.
ag'ai:"ll0the IFr,.;eh arnIy. A, c0hl1n of tih;. in- Ship Diana,, 'adtjok 103days from Valparaiso,
dividuatls departed hast week to proceed to the wvith lJ,`25) bbhs of oil, to'1'Ilazzard. Spol._-, April
frontier. Above 300 others, principally Piednlon- 8b lat 20, hlol 7-1 sloop Joseph & Eliza, 112 days fill.
tese, are to .ol. out in ait'Tv days. Newborn, bound to Antigeu.
]" ;u'rivcdea, aii contil-.ie intelligence of considerable nahl, with cotton, to W Whitlock, jr. Hicks, Law-
inleret. 'I'he B!ulletinis of Gei. tegn, thie Con- rence and Co. J K Bc,ytda',ard Phelps & Peck. Pa ,-
t tikttiontil Comniandar, make it appear thlat the singers, J M3 De Witt atnd lady, J Mathews, VT
forces cf Cunnt d'Aluarante were giving way at \Waterinan, anld I servants, G Kinsella, E !1eadfield,
all 0oilnt. T'Ih third 13u!let i dated Mirandeaai, J A Shepherd, S t'almcr, J Beckwith, D E Cod-
.\[u' l 10ath; lal ",he f.u;'.1'7ifrom \;l de;) -gueira, wise; an, 13 il the iilnerageO, Left, ships Augusta,
April l'th, givo iccouints of the movements of' 'Wood,,ofand fur N. York in 3 days ; Corsair, Por-
ihc L"('-r_-1t itor"C From these we gather, thi-t ter, of and "or do do ; brigs Levant, M1ix, ofand for
It'l:gu nmrc than skireihing had takein.place do in 9 days ; Panili(a. 13radley,ofand for doline ;
b ttweeu the lhshle troops : th!B adihirents oi schr Ohio, of and for do do, Thle passengers oil
,di'Amara'-3 ccnshia!ly !t'ct': la i without comh1g board the William W, allace, return their thanks to
to alny s>;r'o'it rencontre. Captain Wood, for his polite attention to them on
Extract of a ieoter,, da ed Lishon, Arril 12, thlr pas'cage.
i[','J.'i-.' Much will be s;aid, uo doubt, it Eng Br. Brig Mount Vernon, Ftlford, GO days from
1:ti:,\ r'?pe,', thi ilI surrection oflAwaranthe.- Bristol, (Lng.) with hiardware, iron, copper, &c. to
Iechef, c .!!I; LI- ihc catZe olf libCrty has nothing II & G J>aiclay, ]oog'ers SL Gracie, P' Gol'U,T
to leir rio:-I it ; those who !haivc seen the attach- Phlislps &- Co. D Bethnie &- Co. T Thompson, T
tme;i'it cff atwi-tenthls of the }'olu'tiUeSc to their D %Ayiiiar. PasseMgers, Mr. Mlborn, and lady, '1'
e!>it'4i lio n inver cain do~lut th,. result; a11d arrisl, daughterand son, Mrs Lock, anddaught-
Fr"l''L h ',,eld, :Lided I)y 'le itriguet o!'at set of'dc- er, aund 13 in the steerage. SpoIke nothing.
;.:e'!r;>,e i',tl'ugtcse crie.'Ac;l \i\Lih theo Pav\ilon Steam P'acket New-York, Churchward,, 0 days
.l;',ran at L '];'is, has o l" beeu l c uieans of "'o. Nor'olk.
.-heowing thlis (avern,:l w\'ho eare timici friends Scilr, J;Eclipse, Ilittbaway, 12 days from La e(u-
a:ld thc"r e:ji!nes : ihe iuirreretio:, has p:i repard a.'a ra, v'ith conu'e, ihdigo, vanilla and horns, to lJo-
0he, people alid thie aIrmiy to e,(! ready against the g';'t & inoelud, ovner:','T'errill and Kearncy, A.
appromching in\'as~o. hI" it does take plice, you 'itch, J MI fChlnidt, J Icll, A kMorris, C BhakI'v.ei!.
II'I\ iooiersoe ilthe lower1', einies, and villa.ges ol Cohl and lReyni ;ls. 1t. Ayalar & Co. J ljruc., J "7.
l'o,;'t-.'al cousonaled, hle -Mo-cowv, than tlhe pco- Coishi.ick, and the mnaster. Left brig Anmrica.
ple wilhnig to ;llow their iuvad(e!s to diclLtte any h13;1i,, of Philad. rc;:dy bfir sea, bound to Gjlral-
.Iy c :uniges in til eolstitution. All the people tar; schr. Fo-urth J)lly, Ibr lulald. il 10 days;
..!':,e rising lhelnsehV %, 111d in ua short litle there scir. Ffav,,rte, oif !'ortnOult, just a;rrivcil fron


-- t ----- ---- -/1- ". -- -- il 1101. O t1t111101 111 1 i" ot .\a;iL mi sliH lct ; YI alll~k. Y it- It;; I, n%- m* l oy.an,[ Iam*' t *t : !N~l
been a-snl;' deser iou. T c first lact n~an" ,c2very one hastens to .... 1 'I in lhe Nationai 5,I .rs.. MI JA h<. .: _N J.Eu'e..uI, C. JareguniC,
1101 theyaCt on alpI an; th Ie e. ; .( tha, ithf, o 'eu' cou trv and the. prine h ; a l ,oultho stto Ihe Mini.tlers of State, bolo,e,- e 1 .et'loll Us andhl .0. ;zw.
thhrd ti, ot .( gt ralt ilnpor'lance ;S, ihrt the 1 rcn' ,l w t salter ed ains of It- fbl- Shr. Kenneb,:.: Trad. r. Gale. ";0 days from ".
liali~l, i ojg ,dv cetcq, 'i;e \"r than U n'ir !1;ir ;.!:. ol with1 t il G tc e i lw i of lli 1 f\1 SI~r KC)-~ :1 T i rj *a A \\-y fom N.
ha, 'i t,' ,ui lr than h", i f s l- wers, is retreati.' upou 1ralgl a : the Con,- Orleans. with t &bacIo, hhdes, At,,.to J W\ .R us--l.
ILINr can ;)Il~ow Llwmi ure oIbli';'e to PUiT'b ,, ,* ~ i *r i. i i x n T n 1-
pun ea, l l ~ow thm, ar o t ,,"1d ,o i trc.a- e e hltiouirii-ts love 1dr ie d :it Miliuldeli:. and we 1, l- I., Del.,';e;l, it. ".'. i\. J. !l- 'Ste!l, and the !'ia -
ry 'h !; 1i11, till ,o"o lloln ls 1 '[, & will ev : l ,i ,!,..,,
,%p,'ct dai!y to he'ti of" tile host (,clic of1'ith*-- h.r. w es r-.!:a s& Sun, ,T .\No, K-
gied to hialt till th"v r,.ceiv. i rpp lcs r t 1 a" .anee. d -n ?( P I l 'n.^,, ,| ,i. Burrows. M!artia. (;.
rhe cenry y,.lds [ht n othin:',; except a, :, I |s ',h ,-:s !,'H,. (;nlio|pe. whiilh arrived at NA urmsbv. !)y V D obiT (;ra!a.T J loopaldl'C.
rliluls ex lus,. Ld ithey canlinot pila.'.e, 1 coatcao-: i,, ,n, n'h o; ;,ai,,rday v nIro Lisl.ou, l trin ls lhe I I ra-ons." cai oed iu c itil '.aisell, WVle,,x, Io
they n',, p.roles-'d to co ei I as lrieud<. h' tl.i,;,|,^" !,,,,.o e r,, epccliuthe. i tcrna slale Philad;, -hrs. Tivo S;-.er-, JLaw,.ence, l\,r; au
will, thc:'efore, be Ol.i,0ed to o, ccut_ y ti,, ir [r,'es il. p. ,
position tor e rtilt, i h.mder ol the ni t oiiiii, a'it 11 *i i .'e/ h y u d" r c a't Kcy \\- h t i _' r ib,.\Ia:' r -' 'i 1
i l l i M I I ii Ii it il I J' onde Ii w!! :. tlh:- toil 0, ( oeisio i (,I tti aI,, o:1l, v \\i'! Kc.^' IL O iil'M ; cliro ('\w Or--
not ceacuhilte. o;l reaching,, -]adrfi r ilt l c nId t,1 -,h. ar 111-is,., .ih i' f ill- .e l 'rlit ll [e l ,' Jo jam. r( '\ ov1 a. ri Olive, Ul" Vr is-
!, :t, :, ., 2 ilt, llie Lh>'/.iL rw iro; t el I,:*ther comiirv. 'T '[ivs ch'- < a-,e], l';-i N (.''*;e;iu inr Liver-i'['r.tN, 0 d oys .
o )t; ,!,, ; ls., as it,iti;,,. d nm aleriallv all u l'alm hrs ol !1 ( :I ;ln ,aim l]. h 'lio l l, s;iLicock, 2) hours fin.
AVc hav" rec-ized. per, of hu,' .iay, iri,:,.y, and llo t I ,ioy, c IoIioi INAl." crh1r ,,i' thii ;, a, l::e lCss of (lie. clonies w is .\d.'i l oe. 'u S, v;'.!niiq :h li c Boston, ilda-sout.
t'xtIiacls fr' omi v/hlii lre g'IV e in our preceding, 'i 'n deu. however u'iusilv, to the I I nAN cfeL i!;er- Seln'. J_,het; f axte:-, J ;Lt'r fr,,i tlubeck, with
/i-u l ,;m I '"V hn th," (.'o "'.'s1 'W"1-.: 0 'I'ce w ore e aourao pl IA:thster, to tlhe nI;.-t[r. ,iI 'ft shr. -- Tobi ofi
The livad-quarlers ol'th' Fe renehnrrit'.e itincd hi i h ,I I'Ueleliih '. l-lv lii.' Il-;ies. o I i llr c1, i tle l';-]!hoLll, forr New-York lr-st wind.
to lie al- V-ilt ,'ia on th(tie IfIh, and \Wet.r.' .x1' e A-t I, ,i/., o't -I 'H' itrl,' I a r II i'illh nln of, th ir tem- Selhr. l i:ind;i, Yargeni, 7 days f.,.-rom S;"co, wiilh
to remain there some 1 days. The Ihuk.e I'll"1go, I 1,1 v:.-;;eS 1; v,;'rILoI 10 a*mIaml tl" co,, '.".- I lumhe; to.I. Furn :;w.;;
wvih his corps, had pas ed t(ie Ll.ro, :ui.I ,.,cupe i .'.i ',!.,arv eoiui;i wf01' "t, Conde .Vinarante. l :clr. Franklin, Mayelt, 3 days from WaV shing-
riviee::ca. 1hev was expected to proc.ed. m iic-l i-'W vhe ti;',c AN,* w ,;ncntrated al L'atr:;17a. ill thle ljo, N C. Left schr lwroxy, Cook, of adi lor New-
atel y to B lurgos. l, d mol'. -e.,-.. ,:.c on,-r o;'tl,r toitr.;.,oi, ann (. who \ (i- -1t'l:1 uno.
t)n t hie l',;tib t di Oisio V of llie ]F'n *.",l army oec 0 !;,rtL, i,::" hlil le oppo,-iti,, had I 'b.o n m le. it ,,!;t "chr. D,';oraah, Cruth r, 3:, dayI from W ashiug-
ti cd Lt ogro lo, at townl ofl ) d lt Castile, s'al -d on Vlwt : :;u) ell "l !,aJ I?.I 'L Jll>! senit' ( Oporltt,, lo oppose toil, N C.
Ebro, and about 150 ;elo- I'rom .\1Aidrid. The town ihim, hlut ilt-. were I\dh itippinted ud in no .pi- Si''hr. \( a % l in'l o, Tkekr, 14 days fin .aco.
was defrin ed l v nearl 1.00 o; tile Ce i. ihl0i,.l.- r,.t [1,r ihe Il'i'rvit.,, No,' mn,. s Nia'l!;,d 11 re,.,1.\ed"- S;l:] Julia, ljBkerufJooth Bay,"fron Nl achius.
i"ss, aii "s it i, allowed b Gen ra l .ei "iii jJ i ; 'i". t. i ll dath l's fIlul G ( ; ,r ltec,,o. h1 was r.To r- SScllr. Sun.,a Ames, (1 days froni"M. ielii-.
his de-patuh tl;;t s;!le sharp i.h'iu- to'ok .pir:, i,'d that ],is'tl p, op w oere J. ,uin The French Selhr. Siupi-rior, Bachock, G days Im Pticl;mc d.
The}!"' result,hliow. ,,'o,', ".pears to h \ave tl.eei, >; tit tir : i.en, ri.l l! A ], ,m'uw had ;i :'n,'d ;ti Li-ib,, wilh Stlhr. MullN. 13axter, Maehhls, 8 days.
Frendc hNN li\ s l aiCies-t'ni' tal':itm G .1.-':1! N \,'l>. ,11 m ... ol i. o r o 'l .',-. i I] ,'' l i, Io ul ,por, ti c Ic'hr. Falcon, Merrill, of l'urtlaad, S. M 12 ds.
coininanildl=., )'0I) h e' 01 o 1'e !-taui alird a.ld t i', i1 ( n ,!;liTil],;l e:iu ,,." _Hi ;.i!i thr. IJib : l'. fro 'I T ,rls l;.l;u l. .
quantity o' arll anIl bag',;ag'e. [ .i, 's ",, ,::I'm 2!. -The i Court of '..\"Z lla ;1Sloop Patriot, Coleman, 'i days from Nantueket,
'T'he stC.0o Ll corps continctd i nl. a i r.l ] lowards i r1 ,. II| d In,-now, |!;ree;d le news that se riollu dit'- with oil iald l candles, to li th ik, ter.
S;]':igo.,, lviilc- lle LIhnuir corlis, und,.r Lithe coon- M'.'nee- ';iv oki.ii out I. It('h lihe (Govers- Sonop Lion, Chap ana l, 3 days from lhautiord,
e:aiid ol f rice ] I ohelnloiie, Iorms 1 ,Ib h hloeck:ide of i, .[l' o (it'l CG 'Oe ;i11..1 tlI' comin~kwdat]it of the hI willi ider bralldy, to file master.
St. Se:h;aSli:ts and l';a n]ip i]ulnii. A pri l e letl er i pw ri:,l :I ; l'lirw illtile .'A c.-!iplm igo, tlle iltcr not 1Ioop llol..i, \%'est.ouat, :20 hours from Provi"-
lhe Qi lidiei]]0, dI:tt-il l!;: om e, A\pnl )'l, lee,- I h:i:nt wished lo reoa.:(ize the blhck;lde of the deh1 with hiid<'s, illry good.-, &c. to 0..\iauran,
tioJ, thlaL al al'.lv;inccd ;I rd h i, at'tually, e llr'- i 'l'iurli-[ port i;l lhe .\hrea ;i: d in !i piru It is \V.' & S. Mott. and others.
ed I[ r;os. I ; irnl cd iIthat several u'ttriln ve-,sels wishing" to S lop A ie, (;ilibrd, t!la s fronl iailtlchet,
Thus fr, il) he1l+a1) of tleI eamp'd'in, as re)cel I elnite" Ihese porl, have already becen captured hy with eil and handle", hound lo Albauv. 'I'he ship
both Ihe bellhgerev t [imrl-is, S c, i% lo \enl'y tll o Greek vessels f ol vwir. It is believed that lius'lia, 1,co, T'hITII f.omI t1e Pac; C v Oceau atIJ Sandwich
lhiil hl is been s:.id. I] on it, vi. l, i t the oi'jecl ol'I ill r e iopmuallce of the weakness of hIer narlne, Island;,justari'ed with oil ; ship i Brothers, Bruv-
the Yrencih Iould e,1. o reo>< hl Madrid wll ;; kit- i wdl lhe obliged to conform to the Decree of the tol. ot'. do.
tie del:iy i1, po siblr ; ;]IId oI tile Spatiu;ld h(, t o eek (,I ale, which declares tile OlLomau ports Sloo 1 i)Lnterprl;ze, lark, I day from Sa'bro ,
aw:ait their rl'iva\Il there before any eCrious epe-: in a style of' blockade--a Decree which lias ;il- willi huiul'er, to Geer & l-ih".
rations were coe0neO d 'C1l Umtlheir side. 'hA'r)It indv obtainicd heore lirce eSice the approxima- eSilp ['reideilit, Tileomb; 9 days f;n, St. An-
nl)e:11s of'ul.i:.lh:t d, .uto llice Ct i ,titueioo:ils ; t 'the F.ii-lish Io thFlieenIns, dr'ews, phlstc.r, to i Jy &Y \\'ood.
may posse.-, it i., lot e lsy to say ; hit it \woi]d bl)b; (',rims ( 'Oinr/d(-./cc.- Ai th(e verv same time, Sloop i.,lprClsS, \N 'i ltilld, '2' ds. fm NeOvporl.
absurd to suppo.,c, that if "hey hai not predeler- o l]e "iarqi., of l)(1urFo, CklCst sui mined at least to try their strength, they would \Velligton, and tlhe .x-King oflln1e (01on f0'13o- S1loop Finn:line, Crannis, 1, 2 ourr, froml NHi:vI'-.
liave exposed themselves and the country to thee 1 naparte) wore respectively appointed ].Elligna ill Sloop Paragon, Roe, New-! lavv'n, I day.
disastrotus ('

,1rom BayoMIC of the 1.5th, all comcur in mcnLion-
in,, an engagement which had taken place between
ElI Pastor and tlie -23d regiment of the line, be-
tween Tolosa and Vila l. eal.
It is hard to suppose that il! the reports in eir-
culation on C.is subject can be fictitious, and a few
words in the Moniteur would at once strip then of
whateverr exaggeration they may have required.
The place of Santona, so bravely defended by
Geueral Lameth, during the last war, has been
put into a good state for defence, and the Brigadier
DOoa Julian Sanchez has tie command there.
F,.ron, a Privatc Letter.
PERPiG.tx%, April 14.--Ve are assured that
"the division of Baron d'Erolcs, will be distributed,
and that each French division will have three
battalions of the army of fhe Failh. iu is tlhought
4.t-.t this will b3 tileh bewt way to employ them
.u sefiflly.
On the llth inst. thirty-t wo soldiers of tha army
of the Faith attempting to desert, were arrested ol
the frontier, and brought in here. They were
-conducted to the Etat-major's, who will transfer
:them'to the camp of the Baron d'Eroles.
At Puycerda, the Governor as-embled the garri-
son, and read the Proclamation of Quesada, and
asked them the part they intended'to take. They
all replied 11 The constitution or death !"
You will observe, says our correspondent, that
,onr corn market is improving, which is no doubt
.chiefly owing to the increased prospect, of this
country being involved in war.
Li erpool.-Curi E.erhainge, ., pril'2.-The arri-
val of grain fro.u Ireland has been great since our
las.t. There was a good attendance of dealers this
.morning, and several sales of wheat made at an
advancee of2d and ;d per 70 lb.-barley scarcely
.supports prices-flue fit.ts in brisk demand, 1-2d a
Id. inferior without iziquiry-beans dull-flour in
.request--no alterations in oatmeal or butter.
Flour per 24.) 1b. English, fine, 34, a 37s ; Irish,
33a36; American per ',Cj lb,; sweet U. S. in
.bond 23 a 230 ; seor 32 a 34.
dpril 25.--Our holders of wheat this morning
:are asking I and 2s. more for heir samplac than on
.Monday, ald a1 few pareekls of the investt white wheat
have gone oflrat 65s. per quarter. Little business
.ha, however, yet bcen do(1011c, ,ll atteiu.0ce 'buy-
,.ers being at present rather sta'l!.
Bonded grain has been in some demand, and.fine
1i),;tziR wheat mnay be quoted as high ias 2.:-.-3
)Mencd feed oats are about 14s. a 15s. per quarter.
l*',wtn :f/i1e (Philadelphia) National Gaszekc nf Sa-
turdag,
3Vy the ship Philadelphia, arrived at this port
,'ounm Liverpool; we have- London pipers to thil,


to her. This vessel left the aI Itvana, ( '- ..'d by
ia SpaMist fl'igatc and sloop of war whih;h she left
at Porto l ico, and proceeded to Maracaibo. She
had on board 23 Spaniih onlicers and .2.1 wvomnen,
passengers, which were scut to Cartligena in ithe
Constitution.
On the evening of tile Alh, at sVCen, the squadron
got rnider sail an(d proceeded to the bar, and ] saw
a rocket sent up, probably from on board the Con-
modore.
"1 Tie following are the vessels that have pro-
cceded against Maracaiho :--Brig ludependencia,
18 guns, luder Coonmlodore Btluche and tPadllla ;
brig Marte, and 13 vessels more, among whicih
were 2 brigs, 6U3 Edwo ehrn and 5 flechelras."


Rice, 3 a '3 50-prime is scarce. Exchange ou
north, 60 days, 5. l-2-- on U.gla' d, 8."
'I'll; following communication should have ap-
peared on Saturday, bnut it came too late for iinser-
tion; we give it now, wid both appreciate and re-
spect the ieclings which it breathes ; but are, never-
theless, steadihst in the belief thutt lliceorporation
have don.' wisely in prohibiting intermnmets in the
lower parts of the city, though we do not ,fuy
they have done as wisely in permitting them in tho
city above Grand-street. No bu'ials should have
been allowed within thll lamp and watch district,
meaningg" thereby all the settled pirts of hlle city;
!but, perhaps, the corpoa'aion could not at once
have nmade so great a stride. To a repnldratioli,









16, fhce Su :riLr: f., ;.', tSbj..; -.`,,.7
OBSERVER.
I T is now several years-since tlie A ,ifi'a4n' cd1 -
tton of what was'denominnted tke A.iirizt c'-
ries oftile Christian Observer' wa stsuspended, h;.--
ving a chasm of G volume, (from 4 to"9 iclusivy>
il fllis intersLingi an(u'Valutpie work., ur'in tfls
irtt;''v;il, the unidrsignefil las had 'nmany .pplu:-
lit' Ifroto lihc oriim patrons of i'hc putlicntioi,,
ItI 1,u iiit- he doi( :icKii volulvts, aIlnd ho It 'a hvi(
,o III.:i :?l) li "r S iu c h t ll o f.' .'n H lf p -. i: ;1:;
s h lt d v [u -i t,.t it l l hi m i I kn < t he p o' l i a ri'o n P
th lt par ol!' !lie w ol k t~lint hr h(.n wv;,ifed iin maln :
; tlnj H S :i las t r sm( rlt fo r S lt'I in f i hf dw rc v I, .
Ibllo f % h o \\ i h lr i;A po lw r t 'e C tI ir l" eI K rnie ict Lu 4 ri t
;I irgocsiaollc \li lfil' efl ii'- e"Ct"'< oi'." l,l'i I:.
LonI. lon, ;iun tilc is l, KI lia>ip l-* i;:i., o ,'na the .\!!'.Ael i-
C ln s i % : t l bP l s t h l l l T t v l i i l l l lble l d t ) ,iI f v
flit, dcficirut volh!l;(u3, to a Ci.!la lll :. -t-i, i i i.; ii-t
following lel'mpl, v%;_ :
F.u lt! h vorkii 111 sheets, sit;tibl I for
bhiiling, per vol. .!', t;/
D o. ill n i tI L h;!i bihfdhi t ii lthi L'!'p
b;Kl--s aild Corners ^ :'*'
Do. do. if) eal'u r r n ia 5l o7;"
A ,, lh i:c'op !tc s nlu l ble ;,il l C n r illi T f-n i(! i l) rt.f *i'
the y v, Ill I r ) iip p td, filtl -, : \ ,uh o wv: .-l i ; v ; il the t.i -
'e iv es .- I ( h i, ( I. .1.1 .. ov b / fp (.n lj .......,/ II i ct i 'r1-
'"'lg their cl, I I,,. 1m,-1 .l,:, :I"! ):lIe hif
ihe ;itllotilt drdt'fi i f),,/,l'-rr'. \ th i l'n' t%, 0'l.l'-i ; it^l
it is d i c td hI i lit Isl ill) hi e t' d ii t!; dil i A ,I l i1k i i it ii tu -
oI 'hJ v i tN WItil 1, l iillcided 1(, -h.rll~ ioid,r
IQ L ,i 1i 1Y tiv l lt' h ab i Il l t i: ;Lhil I r ;i, % ili bL
1.o dc'la i n t ctft-lvhil f ileh Ioe ;., i1 tii ;I; I' ;!hVI ady
,!iii te d. ll).st:f iltr .', ill lie ; ii iily l -i l iI nl It
I nrl iv a l, a t vw ichi t iln t d i tIn i! a l; t: I l J hn ;I 'n- i I j)-
n w ll S w i l t t)e t vX & '< H ,d 'i t ll( i- ,; i h, 1 *.N 1tj ( c io -
V lc l'n tll l t >o l i'a l Il ai t t h e l-t t i i l ? i. ; o, m i t;! r or -
d e rI l" 3 u ) i n al v a ni c e ; s l .1 l tif l i i t ,l 1l ) ; i i i d h t-
lioio ol f 3Per c eut. fi t. hl' ;i "Uiii 1-0i-* d i otl ipls tlo
(lis eill:Cl w ill he. fol'> w ai dt d il p.. \ ; iih ill ut' ll i inC "
0Nc v N 1 h h e b o o s w v i l l hi, /; /I t, i / i ',,t I.. I 1 :1 I i i o
o ;a li]es .i l st, a, thie Sl'ui.s t l r I i:, .. t ei ivt li'ir
lilolle. !i;:c l ;:C ,llu t d(I I h. '{i'l: -'i 'iii i l ;a(:!"cr -,
tiu i p i t c e i- l iu ; ; i ie i l l e'Athf. :, v ; -,l 5 i ,-. r I ,
hallf tbo 'iid in slnl S 'c ',p :l "It) i i f.'.; ,;r s ilo ) ti;o -
pre ielnt protp;sli) tilti. the Loodwid :iijtin~i ('-lhtei-t
b1e hllpo ilttl it) siInlc Copiet: u-.. I i; ilbn;doui Z, ,'7
e p r: vo ti lle,
i1 j1 TIn'l !,ditur n 1.oil U don is p pp:.inlig ;l G,.:C-
r/ (at l ed' .r o f tile first '_ 0 vo;t m en,: :f lhti '..'-i ho s;;Rua W '
ser't-r, wliich %\ ill oiwike file 2 i.;t \.!li w!; '-- it \; u it
is r liirn',y pro ,bil'e thli hl !,o: 1 11 : lic;, l to .
C'.lt i*3 eilH e ..I. t 10 ar w ; iltil ia't s rlr't. lol,!i. :, olli i ll th
LOU11t ) i r, d' 'rs w ill I t'+'cc',';'f d ;a iii t li-i ih~i
fronll Lo lnd on .. o I tilt: ;tew ofillip I'lll ;,, t t o n i -
ihlli2s. And otlilr pinrs (If' "li i, noilkIt, ,siIh ; Ith".,
vo lS '( 1o ) llaiy be th;id, o f' il A Iif t lr t;>(t c lillOlj ,
;1l tile o01iguiil subIS ripi n i- nl lit'u, .
\AMtEL IT1^0^
C to rir r o f i' ell^ ic h ii ;fu l ,'nlitllu -sli lets.

S'NI"HMANt." FIolt CUTAN OI;3S DISEASES,.
-,- I it I'; rtiru te s ( ot the Cdi 'sjit .1'i'fi- i 1 i4,Ing ihbt-"
ralliy grafted tile I, of thteih" lJuilhlnfi l l'u tl ct-esla
bi"":s' ll ll ot';ii ].sl iltiAllyF FoR DII-A1 I', S io r T11I5
i~i:' lhn. l'oiills will be ope un:d oil ll!i ill'lerllmols of'
.hMdult'f Icdliiesday and Friday in ea.ch wevlf, fur
it rlill"uii ta Iif! illlent of patieills lhitllugi l tilt.
der pl.ire Dli. wss, iaid ttinidlalct will be hiiv; e
l~v J. -MYTIVHI RO'Ei's. M.D).
,)AME1SM P^NJLEUN, NM]:D.
John Wiatts,1M. D.
Alex.-[. Site rvc os. M D Co^ l'' Ph ia
it 30--vod(t;eI \v

D < ,." '* -- <4 J ? "*- .. .




'I'HE BltiST VAIUA[rE .EDIH;INF.S IN" USH, T(O
COUGI8S .1]Y'D COJ'UMi OL i
rg' IleS I net I ald healing Balsaf bids -fair lo
IE iv tll e'Cry Medicine "e tli<: ret discovcrcdl,
Cor Cotiuli miad coloiiplhilits of' the ].uifgs, huiuhim.
to Cousulu lptioll i ; and v it Jias'lalttiy been iisSd by lany N with tlt!e Most Srit-
|i'i.iiig success. It' certiilail 'v Ifroll ];ri.-<]ilS ,,f td'O f
hi hvllr~t-sf^]tectibilhty Cq" or I 'I"Cr H!l iliicl asiui "
1, illaio for it, lh be lli'tL-;, it i lit tovel. cn' C o '. hsll. l in In lit i, ,* .... ( '. .,' '.. ,
I, (lit (if Sit' p), airisiu f rolll dvil;!iity (IV ,, i i. .
suillptiolis, bil mIli I be. rclievedl by' ih If!, l t' li t ,'e 0j'
tlus Mcd(clic e. -Qau'l"; "I" c c iiczles Of its eiiica y
(iccotlpiall i eltclh hottle.
ALAMU.' NGFACT"I
Biy thie( reiular i colel IS In;ll j -1 the corrporilbrii o(
tie cIt f of atw-Yont.ud I( l h h l 'rir I!nrhlishv"i,
ii is ascertiliied lith t ultore tivle WOO puru'l .iis aita -
11thdly uioflhe cisll pioll) ii if thlAt cily, Ll pr ljl);hi.Iv
at gll it parl Of thellr frioutl od',y lalitj tj ful in lihuw
_lir, if ltilitice, ; nl iit.i .icelt!a c lina,- lle-.it-*>-, t'- 1 r,-t
- i;Lt 1,- i lltlift list s*tuges o "of' til eCom iplaint. W 1 i
lhat is it lniLrol "fi Valilicledl wIth a 1 loiplaint, Iliaa
IhoLs;tild$s havre je'nl rclievedi ofwvihii fillhtil sttl'm-
ye?:', by Ilieli1s t ol thii e n ,ili:ir, someil l ,of which
iilt,. be'n alilictedl t ll, titieen, a id even 1,1wv~ly rvc ,
as miaiy be KCell by thil crtV tificat';s ;a :con)}-,a i'tii".
e:a, btl e la lll t aiit wVill not i:ni(ediately lain triul Sr
tiht sallel.
.*i.''d.M/td'" SJni,', a piitti.'iilair>(.l \'t year-s of ag, h\v-
nII in \Vairiie.h L'o~i~i>'t:i;i(;trlh]o!]3lilt'trom I l i i 11't
t Ibecen tl licied \\ iit a co"Igi, and siuce tlile Vil
iA 17',Nii ; it violent f lleeziui;tin (11illlcultyv of ln l'ri ii-
'i, So a, not to lie :id)ie to stoe.e) lighlls,$ S by ihfr-e
lv)lles of ihis inedicilne, cillifely Curedl o'hlis cru i!:,,
a;nd rcsloird to it gooqd still of heaitl.
Stephen (ientf'i. o" Greenfield, who had lor tlln.'e
;n's becil viloleilfly afllicled whlli ;a co lll: ainli O |loif.!
ginll Si au i el onlsiail.l pillin hi s Side, to 'eillher witlh 1
'o.ngh', his llh h waIsled, Ine grew ,%'eajc alut ;] li :
dow ;nind 1111d lost ll a llope of' recovery .; bult ill
11;1] 9 I, n 'chased at l kill-to 'i n Springs lhrv e, itk:.-c
oftllis ulldicilne', which, lie Salys, resinrd ld S lt,,.'
to perfect SOalnc!;-, ild %Yas ;,4gaill able to allc~ld
to his busiiu.l!s.
Chlristilrr Cok, or Provf' ene, P, I. \I)J o ]bil)
beeiu fur fort y years afllieu t wish all ai'cli. l ol'tbn
liit' :,! allfcidc %$ilith a violent co li, so "s tto I1W ti-"
abl! to sI in iinceling or lic in bed, inild had tritd
'nl~liy plysiclanMs to lorpurposel wa, hYt ihlt ti,e o(
th i itie,'iiit: in ;i short t[uI ', enlhir'ly It.lievetl.
F,'or piarticuiair;, s" e their C(crtific ite accolltiiali.',
inh tae!h bole[If.
(''/i'ori.- Be parlictillir Ihat eve'y e in. e o oltilf
has .111itft I'se'A. CIIIA/h /I /u ," staiopid on t"I":
boltlef and the tdircetiot s ar; all signed by JM .S.v
M1;;,1E1 N.
6ohl Nho!hs.ah' and r-etaill t, 11;esrs. H. t. Sclun
fcliln k Co. 19J l'clrjl-str k A &, \ ,W 13 ; l ,;t am; .1, l *i. L (. rk & Son.%,
Druggists, Neyw-itko ; l'>. ikl. M.'iis ,2 Co Ail)bi
D r. N iveo ..... ; "J'. (; llar & (;o. Ha'lio :.
Cf.; lloh'luiss \ -' ilald \ >-Hit.eci ; iBari tlt. ht
lB'ewer, :ljoaon ; Hooker s- rewer. "Qi i ii, i.., .
V\t. B uel ,. Ciolt, Pittsfile l ; d : \7 1 S .. i, ,.
Tracv &L 131i.s, l.iiia i^n~ihg ;r!h ; Steel, Cork ,*-' ()',,.
Aobtirn K'. 1l'clv {' Co't. Kullcclaer ; Arneti i< .jai':
s.ii, (loslleli i (. ftl. Daivisoii, -' ,i ,i, .nil .;
Coni~lifh ch, ]ia!! ea ] Dr. My'.:d }to ; G, Cait.]t), aatcl-.l's ilarbour" ; atiitl also f'or s ill:
lby 51oiltc dIt'iH.;^i't bin )erv ery onitlra,1)) seilti eleit!
thiu'u2ho'.it ti'i; Uliienilatt!:m' anil| wh.)h~isahi b.
by. ,AI:\IS MI'.l.I-;i\, lh]lsoli, New-York) w!,'"
,,'ill Snplpiy dicih'rs on,1 hbtb'a! tCiiiis.

\.^a \ FA">M l"Ol; 5ALIK.
|- fth Tli ?o~cl~litier ol~ersV !or s,;d,I a ..... A .;
I'..5.w fajonti foi ty-llvft acres) well iroporth~ne,f>-
lur l. taditw1 l'low andi Tiuber Luniiit sintltt' ilu ^1!^
towvn of \V;>rwirk, conn\y of" OraKnge! anl stail" i.,
Ne'\v-Yor'!. Therio arte on liie preuii.st~s a r '/<'; '-'.;
.Mill 4" Cerdi, 3[atf.et all iai IS Sitnitte ou n thn!! heaim Of Wat:er,' and ii^ t r,;"(
the/fes~t laintl int /he Col,'nif /tr a i^-,'<.>;-:/ "T.he:'.
\Voodl ]Lt of" ab,)tt thirty aci'ies) Sltnnit; \Vlil.i .
iilil antd ai half Irolln thtn Far'm,1 which cau bt; haid
whili iht; ;aiove. I'.iyniLeiitS will beiin):ld. i'ahy.
F'or |'tlirthcr pilifctln!;trS) hmliah't; lf [tie Slhbscritelr,
living; hi lhn: village > of \WaUwlck.
april ;;:-c S1LVANUS F-ANCHEK.
: ._ i P public ]]ouse tn jV'cicburs;/h..
; i I [ 'o le~l, fl~o niii or more years |'roin Iih Ist
i..- .... i May nexl, a\ large, conuimotions BKICI
I"i 1 1 ['I '" ait pr-ril'S.t occupletl ;is a Pl'diic [|Oonst
iiv (.icoi~t ,, Mtouel' situated iu Ihe centre of The i1-
hi[i", iu \'tler strcel, where tihe mnain btnsiilcss Is
doiir. It %tas crtnai'acleilfpurposcly lor anl ilil ";
Vii'its fifo lld lhas ietcn occupied Iln lhat vWay ever
'>iure. 'l'l Iir p ulnirilor is disposed io assist ;llyv nr"-


-oil oi'linm to len lh(e above property, with lrans;
1 fil'irni l t salllic, in part, if et'i( iired. .Apply ;it
;9 L IBEI'T\-61REET. or'lo
AAROPN BELKNAP, P M.
.ian 7-11-\.xC tf ',e',\bm'f-h.

S';c oj'T. .Mhlad.:'s Farn postponed for Ten I/a,,..
fN Colieq,,tic,,,tc of 'in, m-sllOuul Uacikairdlte-s of
the season ;aid to giv ill1 opporttlic y to f1,!y
c'omplete;I all the coatcnplaitcd improvemainls, lire
sale ad\t'rlised in the I e E illeg Post an. ialiNm -d
Advociito for lliT he d od 'Juiic \N ill be pI slpoin d u:il ::
Ti'uirsdayv, Owlh l th of Jilun, to thake place on it c
i)re- ise, at Ba.,hhid ne'r Flsilihing, Lowg-lshaad.
imcielely al 4 o'clock P M. to give Lime fmo," viewing
tlh crois and imorovem, oiitht e, lll d;>v of sah'.
For lur10. r ,illt r1iall n, im htalre of T. M.vri..t'li
on tien p,'tr.iii s, m.r o lllcKs, lC.\V'i i ,: <'o. N .
V olk, k he!.. hau nd-bhils ( o,,laiii l ; lj '.-!c.lnr dc-
,cIiption ol'olt is [puop(l y ii be lied'.
u.23 Ld, 'i,, ij.'0


't~ *,_ -,, The following advoiriiseac-n appears in DCern6- ,o'rlh Circuit.-Clinton,.-Monday June SO.3e ara and Berbice Coffce; some "antaica St. Do- spoke tie -whaling ssii. 1i,:hamon-d,cfSN.Bedlfordl, 3
,10-=3 u i m WT. grano's Boston sale list, we copv it to serve t1e Essex. Monday July 7. iago sold 99s. a 101s. fine ordinary ltavana 113s. days from N.Redforol, for the Coast of Patagonia.
.ea s pouse. Warren, Thurl"av Julv 10. 8ugars.-The Sugar market continued heavy June 6th, E. Shoal Of George's N. E. 40 uilei dis-
rTtU'FSD.S VWashN(-, JUNK 10, '.2. .e d Washing'ton, M,[ond]ay Jfuly 14. till towards the middle of last week, when there tant, passed a frigate steering E. June 8th, lat. 39,
I. ::. .._ = =--=--__-_ __it' =--:1 .I == m __ ---- = L lylaqcn- n hiW m -I;I. ,at g Ia, P- I
i.'.,lIS, hnt-,,i lhi. ,Jdo z ] (; .rg a lve,6, ,d -,7 r m L
,'-hirn ha.e arrive,!' in iL. t.', 7!ta, which and. n'ra.u'd'i, ".hirsdav A' iu't 21. -iI d'mriontn had lately been neglected the! Bri.- Day ovee, 6"3 da}-?- from Lehoirn via
im;-u--,,, tvihr-n andt ,,,,we: 1 : -- 1 ;-t, ;umid v.*;,.re iv e"' w a-"'. St. Lawrtnef., Ti ''sday.\il, A t *-&3. li.,anit, no duttbt, a.orosoe ,rom til great re..uest : Gibraltar, with wwine. atilt, merchan.ldize, e. to AM
NIMVE-R.-t I Y OI:'L" l, S1i OF') \ll NEW-VOR ,,.Tif w..r,, ii,n .a;il I'rt'. .-v ,',f;;l, ,,r". al,, the e ii \\ aiworrth, Circui. J';i;,-. lur !ow Lnmps, and Req.r iuer;Hor descriptions of, brewer, (J 1V & II Brewer, 1 &, J G(uioli, A Fre-
COLtEGr. O'F rnIvgTw \ ,'s ".ic.('I l:.:;, '.*. ; } -i."h M'c!. 1,;:'J. I. !. 'i'l(; .1A~. ; irth Cd reit.--:ah.l.-on 1st ,Mo1dayv ;i l.;-Uy. : It-^ied G;oods; i~r~c'$-swere t~d. v. Is. per ciwt. j lnirils, A B~arnard, S ,-'cRliuan, (_ M:,het fc .s:on, )l'
C .'' ,/ r ";\ f } 't*, '; .V i t ,, i;;;/ ": ; J '*'*'*:' ( .;:;i .- ;. ;!c'"*A .'* .N -.L ; ':t '. "i~ (-'*r< :::; i;;"J :i d ,! li'g t r ; J a m a ic a "l ov h ri'o ,t h a d p r v i o~t~l y r e a c h C I D e l lha n J C ; ti e s %- lh I rd Pn d S e w ..; i, B~ a ni'-r ,:,i'
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a 'T .' T h ei C ,I c,1 l P l l i a,s. a n d S u r 4 o on s l w il l __ .S i i r t ( C V r ci i i ; o lt lr r b : i:.- -\ : u .'. ;a v J ti l f l ]. f e 5 s. s tro u : ,, r ; w. n 5, 7 s l & P o p e J L o v e t t E i t. J on e s a tn d t o o r d ;- r ] )1':*
i.,ll: inTh c,:,.I U.. 'T.I.a, _\ oda, v Jdv .i1 I Rum, _Bra,.dy L; hollands.-The Rum mur market Bsengerc, C A Dale family and servanta-, (; fX-I;e-
coailnenre hli-ir coul rec of I |.I^.C.I v for xhi ier su.-;iih on ;]i, '.l ,t M n i.ih i,'ay oef N .ove rl r 311: M ... C .. O C'tirtii--.,,. iu ia .' ,".-.l 25. are leu iac'j:s;,I to constitute a m arket, Gu. 1,.,sli,,..,itieof .ar i"\fi- 7 -.1 i .
Ile v ,tile te tt1ineo-If Ill', CeotO onsniill' I :Lrket II'- I9sIll.an, ofand!LN`i] ;i -' 1i :, I' .
n e x t ; l l hi e 1 ) a l t h ( o l l e e m n P hl y -. h'!: t I t .m l,* f i t t. \ ': .r s nt e *,' ; tv ,alr< ". M l :lv S ,-; e t ; t > r .er 1 r uc. :. y ; t h e ( p i y L 'a t i o n s c o u l d s c c i v l i te r e c dh i i se d ; a t Lbh o i n A p r i l 8 h b, ,1 f I .. I u -
D r. It sar k '; mon :/:;, 2" .':. w ;ue /. '.':i .>-, "* i'.v,'P h '. : t!I, e t a .',1 r I r aw1 r h as l lo "' r ip e n t t ', ?|, h iv ^ ;,;-...;.rn tie r I. T her e h a v e b een piu rch ase 3 o f t a b-e t in .i ;a of ;u n for N Y o ik in 2 d a y s. ; 1 ny 0, lat 3 9, Ion 2 0,
<.rodIt ii1h(T,.tll'Ait' .,Jr. Cr:l,,u elJNelon.34'Zrtit .Tu .J}Brnmd), oil toajrdati'2s. !1hl. but thel, e ntliost qnota-. spoke }h'ItIsh :h Fyn M ,fo!]abd
D 1 r a t a e vn o u C .' 1 .' .v.. i ,i r ,; \ \ 'i : t a a i; ; i l r o c a t f o t' t h o s i n tlt f eJt s al,.d l e ei r r i. ]3 I C i r ,' i t -U _) o n l ga -M o n d a y d ul y,- 7 ; t i u n io s t i l l 3 -! : 1 (i l l, a l t h er e i s l it r t a r i a t i o n f i x G i b r a l t a r .
D)r Ist, o n 1 i,'d,, i.!/ a n d llhl sifS I in ."s w h ic h m u st d ,1,c id e h e r ee c tion U p o n w h a t (: C a v u ra 1 ,!in .a v J ly 1 4 O il ., ,r -- l ; V )'y 1I o ;, U Il c y l', '..e d a a b out) m t 1 l ]ir iig R o v e r Lin dl e y o "(if W il l l s.) ,1 d a y s
1/.iwiui.iWm i.;f.;.,. 0111111rio *In'n[d;.V JIIdy *'*? ,un ,n n (. I a i"r" ocd quality, otily a Law fr-om Aocnf'nn, Nvith logvvood, cole L-(' to J : )~c
Dr. Mitchill, on illiftj l,,i .,1at'ria .*,ict^ .;r. ; pri.in,Isds, thon, cal he be u' ed u upon that ,att.,,Li as 'io, 'l' h;,;oi. l:i' i tuds I per 0o, ol a ; es. g u lion, a nd I\cui, wit!o'wr, coffee, &c. to Ame-
... II. T. T [hroop,. (:ir'elit Jilt'_-. loIt s okL ,4;. 1.3s. a !.It. 33. hal, ion l.aid I er, lh'elmte.r, & ~tartitt. Leftno Ante- I
Dr. iMolt, (on .Sf'rg'rq1. excl,li(iy de-ervinv her supportt? It 'is true that -1,1/1lA C,'rraq~t.-(;',eU'sce, ;sl dav o iJuly.. Alld cipd-<'ri:!.i. of col_,rinnlon 0:1; must be quoted rican vessels. Spoke notliing.
D)r 'Francis, OH. On ..eM fits !,Zlihe 1. '.ei ,/'l'omen I u \ ]rg i;nti 'ave him birtt, but it is eqI ally tre!t;v ( at L i'itnLiin, ;;J!> d: lower; Gr,.r.l!;;:]t 71, a i',Ltuc-ti n of l1 .-1 N e'rly 500 ; -
*r,rd h;Dh'renl. i h iv' d* mieted hie' selfof all attachiment to her irom A..i r 1k-;tu --. L do. toi-( 1]S! .t I ,T a''-a ; i l l;ha.vCournbeeI tlij bae tlelli 21 trade ()[IMOPJ J .iee h.e- rrnind, Chironict ,
-aau 9 ldwt, l,.t ca";.s at t .!.-1-i,,rnlaceti h Ita;'e1 Be 2 Na LT517OR]" iJmle l.--,rrivedl, brig, eloavis,
"llic. h rtl ofrtiu;t,,resdem it proper to nua!e i the ;,--omn t of. his rme oval to Cvorrgia. Tliatl he C C tta'a: :"u,: '(;th1, 'g t. .,'!.; if i, liov,-i r, (*XIrcted a;aili to rall., as Baker 21 days l'ront Kiin strn (,(Jamn.) Left, fchr.
li:own,Illhat,in(;onnormity ilhh ile Orhtinanes ol carried with him n-u unity of senttintevt with el ( :,Ialt:uque, l-t 1S!cpt( ;aber. L; ther :;r, ekvral v.- thie-honoura ,l,IIthIIc Reges of ls U0iw,.rIiy, ei>*e- peoIIe of VirgiriiiVclearly demonstrated bv the l r ;tlh do. wec,- e !plo, tat Urnvv ,.a'rly in the nent month, Octavo, Jons, for do. in 10 days.
ry Stuedent is required to attcod two 1full conrsvs (,of f .",ioir,,e. 1 h do. auid the tcaib, has a:lV'chraind l; ,' ely IIt," rrival.-- 13jriISro-trong, 'ar. i l, '71l dl.vsi'ionLLiverpoolsalt ;
all ihe Lectures dieli rred ll this College, before he ilr'i, tliet, when tbe90e ll1 I o's.a-'y to restrain th. t "^yl ^ '_ec'd (;,1. al'.- also dull, and liin sl 'bo ooted at a schir. 1ranbih, ]iradlorl, 1(G days froni PeiU-R, PR.
I, bp l-Ilv il,. lllc r m ltott erdam, "')
cai lihe admnilted ats.1 a c didmte for tile Doctorate : viulen:le("I' ;i r. Adums' adniinitration--a erisi as 'Wi n. B. j,(.he-ter, Circuit J;! e. slnal rc itioo, : Slip Iienry Clay, .Parker, fIrom 1o rda;;i I
i~llne~ssaidShuudit shall have PVreotLslIvatlyae.ndecd i,.'ter.(i-a ams i t.was-Icfom'aorde ,o thcslate.ofVir- ThI l D,'G, publ, s ,lo|'.'i t h-tl: -%vbotainds telo _.Pat s, t ,aPast.
Leethres in said, Coflele, prior to lhc s-ss;ou o finia--they (LhF--op~eo' ilini) werea almost Atca n'i,' ,,nnou(,unDlaeven- tla.en n al. 4'. 1s. and ,. 1.s.' .i, ,_, ..uti&e eft, sehr. Qufto, Baldwin,
1822-3, or" sh-all have allunted one eolire course 01 uonf ousintric reprobation of neasuresto which nx, i p,.,litioin as prhelntedl luIr a nlew pier be- lld ]lax & T~l/u-e.'[.e denand for Tallow i ork, line. ; Frankl, Gorsnch, do do.
Jecturesdiliveictl in someerespectable medical scliool he ()Mr. Cra-rd) was iending.g his n1arme and tw.,'i Ioosevel' antl -\tw ii;:;. whici last "fs 'cee ,%,as very lanlttuid, lhas i sone. pI IAE[,1{Ic IJu 9._Arriv'ed, sloop Au-
or inivershy. Tl e Candidale mus, also, hiave slu- ledl,-in," hIx s1Io h. It is i,,S ibl(e lo aly \'Vir- I Petition froifm street. iniiturs lor an increase of :neastire revived ; yellow caydll. Tallow, wi rr, .. ^ ^ a ^ ys train ,\ew-York.
ltdie:l M eic ine 1 "c vea "s w ih oSome rcqp e I, the-r satarv- re j..clcd.. had !:oeel s(A.l .o low as ;v. Gd. 13s to-day 33.s. Ld.. .I '
I illa~l O tok h.!2 to lli I)C ;0d and aftr In ;, P .I -or i ,i 'eel5 ~r, llel tailor arriva'l i~s. is till, nealrest .-
p lr ac ti tion e r. h a v e rr ive -d a tfile e o f' t v ell v -olV O e I l "* *" to V in t p *t . ..e f ro m T r\1 ity- N I R R IPF, D ,
,' i- ,e ort n e'r I )oVI atov l. I. i.e: ,is t qO l( imatiou-- l.emp contiiiies Iheavy anddeclininv).: ; ,. IF
yuars,ad itVill e expecctcdthatlieproduc,: %w-III,- k dll- far tilet .o" of U& I to Art-ti.( ,e l e o ie,, fl w inc is ) ito be
"\lJt'SZ 11\'1mexcte ha iei role\rloOi l Sturdlay evening lIaM,1,ythe Rev'd. Mr.
... oi t:,nrLv-thlree, to support iron on the .ground oI a;I,(onile shIhnl---,rerrcd. FLux is st;il ex^^eed:,LJy sMccareadis liltte ial-Ai. o tissitf .'"..
t lel-i testilanoilyill that oleellI Il'l 'I;til llft.kiUH- s lyI"llan .. .. .h l, r C c l 'i e%,, to M s
The M a~riclation, Ticket is five dollars, ,ile ho101-, either o r o p lle The | hle o.i"l pr, ,_. td,.sm a. report. I ; t a h t ^r citr.
',:11ch M u'o i:'comtuntitiyieitaer tofapOreagin] (,hai of' principle.ot It r ,t 1Marhy Wteia-e, brythite, othiosibiscity
-der of ivhich is entilld lt the use of the College Li- el "Mane ill r. Crawford from federal to democratic i t .^r l,,; ..o'rI ye-ar;1 t h it ale i0r- coi n s, '9 I7-1 th.. (On {aturlay 1. or7 i a. ]n "t. Jo,!u s e .reh, by
brary-B-y.order of dic Board, principles, it is well known ocmcnrred with his re- :ed thla' I' beuilow,vir".un t-,Il:d bern receaivedl, ^lii'. "c.--!fy public sale on Fr!day-- t i." 'cv. WVilli. erria, ."Ir. .,Johint(". &Mll, i" "his
W R I G I tT P O S T M .I D P r e s i d e n t n m o v id f r o m a f e d e r a l t o ai d e m e c r a t i c c o u n t y .- "v i : f o r c t' I i A! e v l-, ll i ; : 7 3 1; "* e '5 'rt i l i ca t c s f o r 5 t d) rr y l la v a n a H L i d C s, il b u ndl b o nd a 7, i1 cLI tao '. --I d .! It Safl e. 1 1tWt d a u 1 fe r o"fu ..1.r)
JO HlN, I \V. FR ANCIS, 31lD.lRegiistrar Thtts we see a native of Virginia- tthe democratic I fir' iem n, -16", divide n ont ^aiorko, 73a a,, donations, lPer'11, I, r 'a I I
1 I 3U,"i'euialties r stor-ing"-,1ni pow,'der "(onlr' u'*310.iM C'' 1I' :tate of Virg\inia-becoming, oil his removal to w, 4 J. .. I7 ,G,"ahe e,'ary to haw, :5 Cpe Sheep Bkins, chieiiy a11. Gd. a lf. 1 !; liltan, to
Orur postscript oflast evening gave all that was Georgia, a federal inhabitant of; the federal coun- -19 ,10, to!;al 31J21l GG-- li'ch lia< been a.propria- pIr dz. "zI 'taen.,ud.
important ofobrebeig news by the packet ship.--- iy of r.i:chmond ; a d, finding it afterwards ex- | ted as "o iov,-s : i;,r the rn-ief of W idov-.s of" deeea- co'r"I --Tl he,'ere s, ,'vt .'? oi su ply of 'Ielluclt ', ao yh ll p dlv eo.mt ll ,r
I" | )" ") 1 ~~~sed ,1to-ien, 1' 32 0, ilk1:'rf It fre ]'llv-,thi ir lhi y- s' ]ite rd a 's ml-et : eariv" ill t~li hrlt lres":
*U n der onr .Com m erc ialdR ec ord of thisev ening %V ill p ec -ent L to ch an,,.c h is reside enc e, lie leaves h i 1!,gisttote '...1' d r e hv rw er as ds ti e uv gs' a .S .;t all of this city .
beTound the latest accounts of markets. Oil them principles where i" lw ind thiem, and saida ld i'6rth -r irt"u' 'r not i'n",'0,0 "') er1 "wlre n umeru,.,s or ;,o r s- a,- on Friday, i
.. i .schootli/ll- z,ld ]lartzil -, l or O liJ l h i j" a -100 ldld Chitl- .o i
we have only to repeat the remark we have be- tie tldemocatic chanipion of the democratic conn- i dren oLt.vrei Lenten, ; 57i! 81U ) lO ll 'A 7.' The whole 7he trade a-sunI-d a iheavy appearance ; aid at-- IKD,
,, h e. llH t Qute it i1lva~lQCe f fuily 24. per I Onl Sund1ay1, ,Sth iJust. Wi]tilC;u- n (- -ma ,-- ofd1,1,
fore substantially Inade, that the "calm" of the ty of Oglathorpe,. These are. facts which stand n mbor of engines is zi, lere are 4 hook aind lad- '" l, we I W illi lie a ,
~~lt vo ,. ., ,. ,id ropini e,_na 'lt r hose coiliin iv, il ,1 tile *im 'I -aLcron-61 flie frcll i alipiles ol \\ he t, i le !h O'U olapiliill illness, son ol Capilail Henry Cahlooue,
European commercial world is a strollg idul"catiou recorded under the testimony of Mr. CrawfOrd'.P, I .der, n;t1.n eYs al h 1 os cooniy, u t. i u re-.11rte on |ie fres inonlso t, iae l .: ,ofai>nt.nnlillners s ofap e
I her "t fiire en when tile company es are full is .'4. pr ,d ,-'- i t:; a Yoelta ti, yel Ine maIket closed hIeat;ly l i'.>e l(.evenue cutter.
,ul their belief that Great Britain is not to take hland. His friends, aware of their important' bhear- i -,\'rtu' PiDir Bt.ryitg" Griimul.-Thli coonuiP.itce a,", a conlidieable proportions ufthe sup;l re-,' Yesterday, David, youngest son oflho r.Iev'. G.
part in thoe present contest, as her iaterlFirenn e, and ing upoa the fate of their patron, have us ed every 1, on lids and placeE, to whoul wvas reli'rrod tllt sue- mlai s nndi;sioused of.- -arley was mor o ple nti ful j CuI rey, of this citv.
the naval war which would result friom such ill- expedient, first to deny themn with effect, taInd li "leer '-Y igi" oa piece ofland lor apufblic bury-- tilant far some wl,-eks preceding ; yet there were At tueiiog Avres,t about the l~t of A tAril last, h'.
1 Val i 're od, that they would recomnne~i oI;I buerc and th'! late pr-ices wre fully Sun-! James \Vr;;^', iate olf tii Ship -Mercnat, of tiis
t erference, could alone materially affect mercantile over vbelmed with authentic evidence, to ex hpllai I bI lone'int to he co lpoiatio -, situated be- p led, In addition to the. exte nsive arrivals of port.
operationss. On the other hand, that nation, with- them away. To accomplish sodesi-abe an oll et, t\:V-0e-n 5tlh and 61I.h avenues, and cL~velwr 4()!l i and iOas kfron:i Irelaad, and from our u-wn coasts List -
..oatdistinctiounofparyi. dissatisfied with the ag- a& man at the age of tlhirty-three has been arl'udI *l--II'b strscts. It> iti <3 1-22 miles f]rom tile ciyvcoa- week, there were large arrivra!s yesterday morn- a sSOR.l- .' lB '.
:gressou cf France ; and the only question between converted into a stripling in leading strings, and 1 tallms hnmre than 'MG a(iires, is (30 or W feett above in"f',yetheN priethf aswitweare fallysuapenot -,,I .m'ro ( -ltlIS bea lul lhors .1 thie i:ater levei, a:idtin a tract of cot n'try w here e-ii.--ji^eas arec without variatiion.-- ueans arenot ,jrt "- k'l wl lenai at *l
fiinnsters and the opposition seems to be, as to file held irrespon.libl for his sentim ents and public j the ilis.-ell lifted l on r td i purpoat e. f'lc hv pro- so yi.risk as ol Friday, but are fully t .-higher thian f "l -rvy ,Q W 'rYO' Ti' n ee -
*dlrecise length to which the British government acts. Ile, whom the constitution oi" his e,,ntr p t u o Mond la:. i souli
py~s, s to arry,,z to ave crriedwemonsranceahadaponounedisuficienly adancedillryers'toI 1o, .,sor tie el'
.V:,sht to carry, oz to have carried remonstra nice hiad pronounced sufficiently a .dvanced in years to rows of trees, and supply iiiliviluals a ud rcli..,ious In Bonded Grainl tile only purcliasec reported ,* ^ _..:... ,/ the ihrhl ho the en -
I ,e te -i'.'lies iv ol ,Icv n i 'eil ,Is. M ost f the w 'ork arc one or tw o ca rgees of W h\ eat and of O ats, at f s uinn s easo ,, ; co.m.e i- .
The.present adrildis.tration mi iEngland does not be- charged with. the most important duties of tie ma,- ],rI o r,.. ed l Coivicis. p prices folly asi h igh ;. lately reported. "; \,l eiV."s tielitof.\p r;],and
appear to be well .onsoid~atcd. Mr. Cannilg ig.* state, is exempted from ail responsibility for th 'J'-- T 'Iited hi e examiples cf ew-lavn and Th ie Lcisblio letters state that eteven cargoes of 1t1 ,l](.._ e'uu oof'he ll f. -
an object of tli-like to the Kio ,, and of jealousy avowal of sei ents and op~iions in tlm laceoof .lhaoiy, wlwhere sitillar Ilneasures .beeutaken; foreign 'e,'heth la. been adnitted,l filech eoirle- :'s"I- -su-^ --': .*/-"-" -5 'Q t.n '" a" "iet he_
and distrust to m any of his eolle g e ; a d L ord the w world, at a m ost interest p c e t 0o1h in cur h is- and tlhm 'l it w reI uire tim e to oblf in ne eessa- t d e ti ty allow ed to be im po rtend dur ra. pa d w l-,ts; etalc aav ., e e
Liverpool, w lonsrvce a Ri irmation on iol imaiv dotaila, they oui- m.?n- ten monttl of ApriIl: two vessels were also laying It is pe|ihls uiec"ary Io Id.tmd lio lhistorv or
Liverpool, whose long services ,nd olo.iCpericee, tory, given, too, im. a public capacity and under his toned that ita v,;l prti,,,od to 111L tIle keys i into il tl t river, waiting the the determination of'.;overn'- hi |^o ploprlios(f'ananinnnu so ll know-n as l;U.3-
more than aly great force of mind or character, ow!n hand. it is certainly not very-cerrtmonio'us thle lands ofa re-pee:tabl, oveorcer, wilo Shall re- Illenl : "11 oliial account hIad been taken of the SORAII; vel it mav raliy'v tile curio-lv oi' ilihe.
give him an ascendency in the cabinet, is alone thus to thrust into the face of al individual thlis stde on tle spot, ap d prevent all eneroalchments oiitsoikg oll o ald, which wer un- t s : a found to bob small : v ho have niot seen him, to inlnllt, lhat he was
i .l: h" olmr*d. and~ it was daily expected fhi,. 1,.a ve olil! Ilie L'',!v- imported ni tile llip 1 omalio, fliiiir'm lom lty, il Illie
able tto bind into something like unity the discot.'- evidence cf his apostasy fromn true principles certi- A th, ^ru:d a VC in collU like to this re- el l;r the adaiy exopetdfa that ae wouir .quant ity :t'- 7 'ted000efliml of E9, h .a\ia]m |i'. Iv. ,." (i theNr
ant views" of hi- as-ociates. From the contiaeit lied by liimseh'; and althIough;h tlle strict rules of woich was cr, anforlac eptorthias order- tr en (adissio n o0'0 ftirte ?r nThy cf autoes |" o *il,q by-ioed o!n. O,_,41 llsd "n, lf" i,11V
Sp art, w hich w as P ua !,sed, and tihe report w a~s ord er- li v, 'e ll (abo uit. 20,000 kquart,.iq.) T he car*,oe 's VorIk,an ,a ob h e of r.C lt ih ll f r i 'v
th e r e i s n o t h i n g t o a d d t o o r a l t e r t h e o p i n i o ni w e e t iq pu e t t e i a m i t h a v e S it -a d rahI ;I tu id \ 'o s. i '. t1 e I n dw aisa'l i >', n u ,I hlo: c a I ,u.l
'liave, fromthe commencement of the attack upon. raking from thb ashl3s o oblivion this curious reli" A reohltion was passed i% ....;.._ 1. hIorse-mar- *.0 a Teas per a0la (tie duty at t e baro(.0e o! him lo hndiai ftoe thae icl,ads I" l.e t..;upl,,Ies T'I'e
I ketto llamiltol-stlrcet, beLweeln lludson ald 1,ll _- tile btiy'r-), which is O.ual to 4:5S. 'a 5l'. 1 plr .('.lliiicatts in ilhe poliscs-iu onfo f he O.ib.fil) rslhhl,,
,Spain, expressed- that France m ust fail. of ancient attachmn nt, now so obnoxious to thec an- ri;k-stre et, uat'tr.- -}a 'h-y was i,1 iod de hla ad at auU a .hal *" lie is of lll, u ) :iii.i'y b, l tC, a t'1i held mi
thor a.d his friends ; still when important interes'.ts Thel petitio was granted for extendin South- '"-G0 'ear, or 17.. a 21s. Lid. ier quarter, I m, h] q 1,h < 1st .inia lio: l by ihc ilis, a r ."
14 T h e p r ob a b ilit y is th a t M r 'V e r p la n uk s o u n d a r e a t sta k e, t h. o c c a s io n d e m a n d s t h a t 1 or m s lsh o u ld s tr e et fr o m C a th e r in e to t re e t .g S o, h ah n,'l' i'lm nsv oce h i his i i^ oy a r g u e
-,-- llowl l ke in [ l' I'/V Ii lal;l g~~lti ,S li~ t ftig t l~lo
.ed around Mhr. Crawford until he ltnd no safe e dispen.ed wiih. Fire ].J ;l .; .'h E o. 17 of was ordr, tl tb sold'* tr ExI'traetfrow a Circ,,lar to th.- Edlors o* !e JDal:/ di e bm..r. i is ,.1" il ),.'. *oI, ahvIvs o3 e.llnied kll-
bottom on which to east his anchor, no compromise 2 ao -.';0 adu 4 a new ono ordered lo l ie 1]iircliaeed. .h crli.''r. (1,h1d d ri:,!h, (I lo'r its ,l,-.,-. ; ;i111( N'; al'e a ssairdc- 6y (la-
,of principle to fasten upoa."-t-[ashs. 'il Gaz. U-Ipon tlhe luere fact, as ll ASts, tliat M. Craw- u. \w-a. resolved that the eilv inspeelor bie m-- I,' ;oor.," pril :.0 v,.',l r< tiul u" )l i' -"-. i 3,'iu, "* Ihe horses
f ford happened to be bor ill \"irgilliu, it lli'.st be struetcd to en'Iuireit'tlhere ]lave beeii anyi l'l~riou.- ,, T, '. I. I.- -, -h",u oii tIt h i n !Oiisorili < :I i ms K .i "i/) -
The cerfainit ie, that, had wve been so disposed, killer, t h r ther i oh 1 n i \n O t e rs lei i ner l /1 s; M 11 l tl i here 'o J' / L, 1 ii i l n } i Ii Ii o mI ti l IIo i l h .('l
uILC s CIolteawr ifti. (!Ieil:, lilly raterilot I t father -Voti ll eprt ~( Ltit;s yeilr tdoe i noL t Cnsiel'ab)lyI'.X- i -V II 1'el, \''oI'Ol 1lows, tlt hoi"e- .. thl );,d i lhe.lra
-_ ondd that he rather invites thifopp .ilo, iti .'. I iL,11'~ ,"- a,. th e r e wm o u l d h a v e b e e n n o d i ffi c u l t y i n c a s t i n g a n t h o f t h t lt O r i t sh e l c t h ati ll.,ho uc e a e d av ni"a l i e holt t h e t e- ., r r e.l'i t .Of l st 'v i n S wr' ..." h g h e r "* !,mi ...e i s, ; I ,e F l i g o 'i-[;h l I -
,, the support oftlhat -talec. Tbou~li rearedLI amlcl)!;* I ,,,,. thom., to fitp .,ioi, ey,. I'll- ., ,,Ci; "' *"*lth llpll.: : *' bu ^ et N..mafl~ d(rt llei v ,cry t in ",1 Ill .. t,-. ", za ^ ... l i--t .;-'I'A'I,lI- li.n. llk i
hor with -M r'. Cra.wford, although the writer ul n l. ., ,- 'io iw > **mu. -i)i.-e~lo .!,~~ t~ln henc"- : but v,>'e eun-ider that eciery thiur" "M(i,,|, lhl, ... r,,,t l,-cc ",,, I ,,i. i .....n .- ,.;,i ,.l*., -
,, ,, ,1her pati'otic son?, he btlcolues nt aiet lo t icn ie( report(. colic rilil". iheo F ever Hlospital w asi d-,01,,, k, Oi l th. ,,,, i ,,.., C01, 1 ill,', r ,.,,...,. '' otI ,,' I l il ; 1!,l alm, 1,' li liil !' m 7; 1, ,i
the above, speak trulv w hen lie. s:ys we could find 'xn to tileir li c", e rt el l'id ,i" 1 Fev r it wa l'pon lA on th-a-iitly c um l lo \ard. ; lr e lm h i''e anual- fllie n i .l
feeliugs as soon ias ip]e rea e.h" ler i orderi--tw i hli pa c rj- ai; hi( illipurted iiio Liverpool ineo I iII,- dealh'ddan ol' Ow I);tl." a d n r ,odolpletn A
.1o0 '; safe bottom to farten upon, Asdto any com r- -1u ,n1* he p),h'ition lor tev SoCtiliiin touston andhi Northl- i.i ;,,, H fi **o n Vng't Ty)ill !e,-I sI = \a-
no~~~~ ~~ '][l')t ~'tn1P~l St i} ml~l lo~nevltli e touches G"eorgia" sO"hoil lealntons ev "y'[ 1 lt tJ), li) IJ'uo nlNr, thi i[eIstJzIlnzit t "\', 2 --f"'it 1 klV,'-O" ek~l!1,,,_013,72 ili ;r"hei'ilslalllll h lie ii. l-
p r om i s e o f p ri n c ip le, w e .C o u ld d is c o v e r in t h e ; 0 "^.".l l'r e e ts i Ll l c I l.y m e e t Jb e tw e e nl lir o a d w a y a n d Ih e 7 ] i "~, tl o r r a h e b o h i 1 : t d t!dt U e L:
(lnltothele 1- l-lrd 0'Vl-t:l li]L bv it"n llOa %;/l( Ii ii. i'' ar S19623:G ori I11i i 10'V; ii 011ilE1 lll i, 1 "iC
investigation we entered into, so little principle to t v ...J, m ," t1.i.I)t i lhlwery was li.;,sed, t oo'et her" with a resold iokn for' ag* / ka' ; O; ;li,_ e .l.,,ne tild
I o 1 .. y i to all the pure an~d elcv-ted principles whiv d It l : iappi'/n Lo llI(, S, IP'vr e C',ozir( ;at (le Octobe.!I t-rio. I'l. iFru'll Ili-mi!~ 3:3_%! ;" Fa t lmiv,40 0; 'ti l)t~le ; .* i n .Icio ; ..u'l .nlk n I'i~i~ ., ln n
be cumpromitted i joining the T'reasury standard, l t .' 'I e it ]'ill b e a, e r l impo ir i tlmprove nt, l'r s it I', ", ,,n.<-l, ; .l qu acvii li l li ii ivC lS d. His
hal 1la bb d -,(non, t'Vic coli 'an"ions of his 'outrit pral I V at :v. l i,ls, 4,!)`M ; ol^l i,,; b u rl .k l s W .-Total ito ; ,il<-c,, as .t1 I;i, ,i!i;iuI n ,11 asI s dlh.r most S;.iliv l (-\s
around which were rallied all prossimus & deonom- ,",,,.t r .vlbri oe, dlrtj t .I .... 'o^ni'h,"-i"^t*lon Imtween. til e.orth [I'el'ool, 190 ]9- .L pcei.hos of ;<.,,l,,,itsidanyo'his7,n'inff
nations, tat-it would, lhave been arrant sqtleaiii. nl .t t s l" O tt.1 tL. ..r. Cia\a ww, ,n" a l t |. iivo' jad l |)b e tested at a very 1 From I AJat ]'an varv to ,l)Pll p"A i:. tile in- I il two vears ,(,,I are ;drelady lllven hmand lid it, and
islincss to haLve be-en. deltered by any such iscon ot all. A poiriodagaiii. arryes w l it beconlt-s "l Pp' l.'o rir- 'i' .he "'1, -r ac t"e ..t.. hdnrsi- of d thle siae.
sideration. M r. N oi,;h can vol h Air'the truth of his i;tere t to disavow h l n t flli activity, tnliti ppo ed ak g a *arr n e- -.t17 ,709 ;leatI s ; t nd ies 50 ; h cu ri u s e
lie be.-statentnot trdohit. Yeetre saint f11theldi'l ,- ly.Ollier, port, 10.1.-- Totall, 139!,710i7 t r daan tle
II -. .-,0('i 'lvvoill !lhe s l b "S it', arlenl-ldhldgli h tb
a ll w e say 'i lf h e w ill b u t c o m e to a fra .al ,c o n fe io n I d' e' bol t o o it eBh ad i ud A d ho u r n el to M o ndl a y """ T oh ta. 0 ,1 I : r l e, i h oi g e e a s a w il i c s
'Iall f w hom it is now said to lir ini a- "ie is u even. .ex t at 5 oc ck. .1h'. UI lll ,,a in L (ii )0 ,13.- 'otal 1 :r 'e,, 'lihie-cilo nceofi thisay\%'l be a S aO
Tlhe friends oo" Mr. Crawvford are at last deter child of your soil'-.was ready, but a few year ,proi
.,)-- :1i2 ca,,;.Jls> t. I ;f 11 :1" l, p 'g 1 .
11 I d C c e h v e"t p r e s u e I t J ii. ff _; "t' o ( i i Mst ne ph o vid ,'d ill ill(- in ul -e tliate Vi- ,
mined thatthe sportsmen ofthisstatesihn a not sup since, 0;disown thle I-l ti, of his fathers, and wvas r r denominatio W, r I I And l.,.'cre have be n e :ported tnce 1st Ja .|ite .
t tl"e spi tt sat l tounterfelt notes ofth~e denomination! fire dofid -) ,n ) b,,, cinity o' .fe ,t,!. and even' atleution paid to the
parl him. His ,Washington Editor s;tys, the peo- ade, wit.h hLs "sowni content, the rallying point to 1 t ... .on thie Bsank of'niu tthahtn Girard, are iii ei.- -I v. n ,\ie iport so fiar ts I inlrl(s ofi.,.,-,',.,<.
ple "will not leave room for ally politiPl Purdy to sustain the ung'enel'Ol doctrine--any mn against nation. They are easily totee.ted., TIhe enl"aviri year l been ver gret, w dout i' the are- s A illtheO. isl. f III".',
jockey then out of the man of their choice." .a Virgiian. These acts are weJ known, and the Is r-ou' th {,I" papere ir l.hout11'. m u ancr mark d s ,- e eceds wat it was Oi tih t,1r mchl 2-dkc In .No.I Becl\ o-stn-M^
The illiberal and false insimuation contained m cinferences are too obvious for a formal exposition le signatnresire badlyimitated.-jhil./ tlic above, will be pkin~ro pre~lv a tne-sted. It remains for the friends of gdr. Crawford to show -Weu erstand frongod authority, that the caution our friends from being too sauguine of ..I
t boel, wilbproperlv appreciated. -trem s or the friends ofir.rawrdtoshowinprovements on the t .Jiver Sehuylkill by the Na- mu!1h addnle. A great dr',l depends unpol the .-- *- ,., *,
"liowhc oan look with confidence to the. state of vi-aaion Company, are l-rogressinl in a raapid and conduct ofholders,and more uori a ,.ontluLate of ut' I- j|-O '_ .' "I,
The Naval Court MNartal, or tlhe trial of Capt Virginia, who has deserted and disowned her in substanti nauner. '['li; 1,'Ilole extent of the line tile present rate of 19pLqulnptio'n. 1Il a-a lc Cuin- f'l fCpI i,,',- M, 1 f!ii~ ,
]D-ars, will assemble this day; but, .1s we are in- every ]four of trial, and. wh,, to proclaim his inde- of the works was visited during the present weehk stages should oc..:tL 1 to redLllce tlat, te. Cotton (tI .
by a eomnlittee oftlie board of !naillrsers, atwieh Market would be placed ia a mvst deplorable s- u- '*, y
br ned, that, at his own re.uect. Caphtia iull h eas indecme of her, has. neglected no opportunity to time it was estimated by their enino"r that twen- ation.
,bp.ti exculsedt from serving as President thereof, it depreciate her principles in the eyes of her sister ty-liv'e hundred men were at work imncicr the coll-. "Thle sales of Ahs ttlhis weel, hav been triflinl MARTI ?1NOT& & ROE,
will n.ot probably be organized for business until s*lates. T)).e imputationt cast by Mr. Crawford paiy; in addition there arc employed tile re, ,li- in the extremne-a-Pots are now 6,1 a66, and Pearls I UMGdth;.LA lAKAbOL M.\.UF\C1URERS,
* somn other olliaer, be de fiedor that duty. hr es and pria p n ,,,opp oato sitels nube rtho c o, lt I,!an "\(':."3, (,3,I'-i ns,, Ci
dile distingiiho.v i o5 dividtlals who were charged below Reading wil lbf Imished in tl lLoLth of 1 1tol(5G;'ad 0 bbL. 1.1G a 1. 9 ; r u f';l ru
COU.JP.1. O1' fL.)IO.\b Ju~ue.. 9 with toe expession of her views on the sub-ject oi Aug ust, sto s to let in the water, thus completing a iaand 700 bbls. interior 1-1. iew1es. hle. hion. ".
Prtsunl, Richiard Rikle, Recorder,; 1{'C'eil.afid dthe national bank is ,Ii> evidence of tle fact. VirV. Slaek water navigation from this city to Readiug.-- S-iae fair new, ice lhas been sold- at 22 (Aenleiea'- gUN U1BRFLLA$, a new aGtd eie-
uad, lderm(n. giniai. q held np by him to the world as influenced 1lbid. Tol~acco has been More tlnm usually dull dn- giint article I. .
,.Chcatrellor enl's 1areu-ell ti l.(e 7?,ar.- The j rill"thei wholecof'this week, although wedto not Crihinsn Silt U1nlhrillas, cdculalted for the SouthI
T H Ei I, ?lr oiE v s. J A C O B A i D TI) C II b y th e m o st p itifu l .n d so rd id c o n sid e ra tio n s to o p ', rt K en .s f C h are li a.urne ll 1y et yi ae q u ,, ai.,t"s *]. ,, a ed,( a 1 6 i; \a -i".,.A'nn a n d S]ia"i h M a r .e ls,
I !T ...' r ,, o,,r ofl clia-cery ail|0iirne --sihl-dav, .... inon i"', alter ituotatimis.- 1 obacco 2-d Lt 6LI .1 T ar 13 6 Lt Al icic irri spanl'li.ll-i *.n .. ar I .1 ol I e wor -
This was an indictment against the prisoner for-pos'e tho adoption of a great national inmurce 1by when hs, honor the Chane~eller took oecclsion, in a 16 ; Fla.-etld4-1 a 5() ; 13arkc, l:2 a 16G rd. nui^^ip V^ni ath'd f^ one year, d .f in^fle
graudlarcenyflor.'tealhng 1305panish ~ilei~ddo~llar~s, one for whom his friends now clailha her patronage, few mllpremeditaled, but lfeeliug and aliectionate We r.'main your assur'ed friends, ill di.-posc of \nholesaie and retail, atleiduced pri-
%he property of Jeroammh P, !o."'-. The olllv poiut but who forgot, in his prosperity, lhat, he might one expreF2ions, to, bid farewell to tile ger~ntleen of the A, A; S. IlICiJAB.DS & CO." ces.
.,...iii i New.-York Bar. Tlihe et'ecot was i'n.,anit,-nous ai'kt -- M\rrchiaots supplI~ed on lideral lernms.
iu thiscase of any interest arose apon ;mtnobjection day need her coulntenance. Thtus, people nf Vir- e~lectric;--every ...,,,,i... ,... .,, ,| (.Jvery ey \ F,}'rom tlc Baltimore .tonlii,,!" C/hroniceh J-une tlFID-tnbre.!.andlii P~i..,i.-,uls ItKPl>.\ t];l) &L CO-
tatken by tle counsel, for thedelfeidant,\Will ian M, g'inia', with ani insnlt ulpon his tongue, with thtv (illet[. Th'leseeae .... 1 1,,,' i "..'.,,.I the power Frtom Por/-aru-Priiu.i--.A eonmmercial friend 'T11: ""*"*l~iiau..ar--l~d
l'r'ee, to flr'a sutlicicncey of Ihe indictmnont, wherein, bank charter in his haud, sometimes silent and al. of words. The spealter andt those he addressed has politely falvoured us writhi the tbllowing' extract
,t is charged \iial tile defendant had feloniously ta- ways eqnivoeal upon constitutional powers, tlhe were equally moved. All Ltle liar present involun- of a Irnttr received "ty Ihe Ita;- sailing sehr, ,Fix- / AJ' ',.' -t? TH ^ I'U LIC.
,3 ,, ,,. ."., tartly rose al the amne mnonent, and Mr. Wells, in press, Captain Chaytor, arriv.:tl hiere, in 9 days GENS''LM L51.A1,V, by 3'le naner ol Clidvvs, bi
-t:en tlle said one hundredd ad thirtyy Spanis-h dol, alleged ti'ead and the promised lbe 01i domestic a, tone an ,na;,,er suial to th occasion, expres- fr'om Port-au-Prinee.--lt is dateA1 Mav' l 1!'-3.- I" ti cit-, lias disCovte,'d eompo,..ulon h,.:I; hither-
"-hi.rs,. of tlhe cunrrent coin of this state," Now, inas# m-.uiulucltetures, the persevering nlember of ail ad- sett tlle poignant regret thley all experienced a't tlhe Near 2-1t bbls. Htonr ]lave ttrrived here. during Alq l I .',i",1'. .,od;'d /^',1i,', lso i'.tu.-ml'l'iaetl--lilice
lilut'h as thlis stale neither lhas nor cal hlta'e any ministrgationl to which he and all Ilis friends are s"ci'aratioii ; and added, that Ihe. member? of th'e tlhe last three tdays-- a. silallcargo was sold yester- \ ist an c;jd.i:.in i| rne fiir ihe 9ait Ihie'm. 1 lha\c
cntrre_.il coin,. tho right of coining being reserved to : I, ..i ]ltstile-Y-3,ith tllese reeornmenldationas to ( ]lanoolrtlleikc^Prpr hime. sese o o nveeyl tiC ole- the dalemis ver slw li mitr edailhettolsked, it ltsed iln smy o\ndcnc .:hourhia~dcdn. wbic'ii an tor
th-e United States, it follow-s that this is ;r:. i inacct: your ..ivoln"ir hecalls onl you .0 bcsltow ou him the tion.-Post, ;iain inm|,ro\'e or tIIe reverse, will depend entirely niay bchlohl~ieven of llih'tren y. ,".., slanditlng, ilhat I
rate deseriptiona, a~ld llhoretor would viti,.I' (l-.e firsthlononrs of th1eubi. ?'R., ,rez at.The Academye inPtA Bath th p pp- ... on the quai/itiu.s tiltia may thereafter be brought to hcsllate nlot lo iaetomiu a lli'rucpa alt I'et) tloispo)se
iu~idctmsnlt But ovc if it wo'ere not so, there, is a pler story o1f which was occupied as a L~odge J{oomn, .Pie" C'"rrev --3hess Piwqork o. 1)a=c pr iel,,,,vi~e, iie. Vi[:(;, l'..13,1"I. PUtLlO.N1C 1)E
still greater omissiolt int not i-btaing-the yalune ufthe Ftw thc "infornutlioil of t1)e g entlei/.(;1 of th wa\"s' "dburnb ih down, l ast' ,,'tusdav' .. nightt. The. loss sns-., do Id ; *cel; mes do. *].2 ;b,oib. Ij '._"lke CTT':Kl.'..,,\", ad.l[ti flenl inciinr, an r~lhmroed, bor
property stolen; Ibr the Spanish dollars not bein, Ca,, we subjoin, frolm -th Craftlnman, a list )f the .; l by... l3 ... o ,dg.e is eslinated att five laldel r] o .6 ie .d l n lnhundred.. <, ..... ,' ... I;, ....... ....... :" .......t~ i,,,,'''^ ';" '^ ^; ,,,,,


A legal tender, can have uo leal val ae, and sh ouldI
therefore have becn valued in some current antd
acknowledged coin o:" the United Etates. No va-
lace, therefore, being afirxcd to the property stolen,
pno loss appears to have been sustained. The in-
idelmact maist, of course fall. The point -,vas ri-
served, and a verdict of -guilty taken, subject to
:the opinion oftlhl court on the lair tpue(Aiu,.

In the interior of this state the late race seems to
fliave beu viewed af as question of latte interest,
an1 th1 s.2uc.' .Ss of ludl',se to have been a ptnblic
victory. Tlie .Scloharie Iepu slican says,
'? WVe eo;'s lhat in cOll .iull witll Qor fellow
citiam iu geli1al, WO, hi'i,' felt an uisllSld degree
,of soUicit.Rid. i lh.01 rea l0 ol' this race, lliich ha,
illrminated so mL! I,,! toi tlu honour of ti)e state ;
.a11d WC Will QA t uLt.'.Ipt lo C.).ceal thl gr.ficatio;c
vhlie'i th.is si.,aal trimililpl of the lakvor'iit. New-
York S011c11, hlas giv\ei uw.,"
AnI thn3 J{.1:1l:0 trit says that the result wa:
tivts prowh, i'ned in that extreme border oftile west.
'"T Alhe l si.or ,ta ,'e, that hro'lghL th- r" ilt, Ior
;.a :]Vd "/iL.i 'he. fii'lhwin illscrip~tiou :"'
ECLIPSjE; IFO1!,l\ [.;',
'* 0; %,lD V"i.;-.c;,1. A L T1.1L- 7 I7Eir.,


14 ets ; Lard, 10, in demand; Cheese, 1'2; I;ur- ihe hnln an!i sy m ai t c %,IIId \ l .reater dificully
ileaux Claret, 35 per cask, looking np ; Marseilles, iillilhc above nmiinrd ; ald ;tfler ie. tiy-six veais
do. :J3 do. do. dto. ; India Goods of every descrip- experie'icie in lie i.i( f ;.cdi.-i, aId f nicarly 1IL1
tio n, per 'c 't glu t. y e al's ill t ids City ,, e i hiol-," ehot h ll tle; r: 11'
1o t' c h a r it l "ole r eIt) leo till l d r''C e c u l et u s I to
....... public hh le "SS lie (: l deo l oreni o iSt kl' leir utility.-
t1 t A ? il i L J 5 5 \ W heni medilllCe is |iurchascd, lie lli t .,%iio l;-boliids of this cily, to acoir..-
lalll lit'W 'alurv ul di.i-di.-i. se, iilh ad ict glven o'a-
POIT%' OF N)JW-YORK, JUNE 10. ti in Ilis own ,li Illicc ,the a-l.-vi coLndition's, in
lihand..trec:, near -I'llhidge. t(. ;F I;: l0Gt; lE I l
?R I V E'D 1/ j)) J.'t I llK Sr, a a', ner W ;'l -stlect, ii
-llil~l ^ i; ,,.;,,.nhlc *i rrl I 'll-en fl l.' 1'tlt I]' i )': t! h1 iipr'ovcd \Vcge<-
l h1i! D Iraen, Perkins, (of Blo ston) 50 d& ys from it ble ;;,lu onn c l *t f r ; e 0 ,
Leg'horn, with straw hits, ruggs, marble lor the
college at MLouut Vernou, \"a,, statue oLVf Waslliilg-' C7t C l 'F VA i',,
ton,o-trich il athers, salrron, bo!s,, &c. to 1.& & 6 ThI lN a '. c li l% thal 1 have ivosoiM% one
ar( J. lhonl J, a B u ker of' Boston, ]. ll( oilier o l -nile v<' ars ol agf bnio h lla imng
har ay, t. I. been aldlicted with l.. iuea c ,'!'it i, a tid IL 1 i.,r-
itallasiu, oCo do.J. o(icker i t' o do. -It. Rogers, ofliallv cored, and litce rclull aed as bad as ever, one
do. Left no American vessels in port. Pas- |ivtc;eaig alllic d llietc oile ier li,1i years. 1 a
sed Gilbraltar hlle ,J0th ; saw an American frigate Ihii'ilh was hiuldcd 10 itJ' CliivVis's lSililmieiit, a Mi
lyinm i tie leay, and several American merchant- in tleO collse of'six wmlvks, they 't'(; ve l' cur reii. April 123, lat. :;.r,, 5;t N. long. 7, ( ,W spoke Wilhout Imin, aud:ll have coninue(I d Iei icilY w ell,
the l}arlned( Colombian brig l.'aghl O n a c'tOise, de.- l LA. with De, ultil heads tIt' hair--thtir ev lre is :il'ccled
I ioc nlonI16 _..-- I, l a .l!I t enollsiraILed Ily call-
,ired to h1 reported. M ay 1,t7h, lat. 12, 4; 6 N lu. l u l ol ,|, hv,',I..-.. ,1. 1 cor or f, 'orssth i d i) -l uil-
4,j], 0f), V' l. spai 1-e a I dU 'tis l sit, :.iJ days froil uy stir.iu s. For lle beliclie t Ul othfiIs, I iecl it my
JaIllaica, holmt to L Ilidol. .May 60th, .1:5 N,. ,lilt ill.ile bis decl~trulnni.
long. 46( .5,, 'W. poke Iri<, .Albert, of 'N.York, li "oth l h March1, l3. MARUK SOLUOMOiN.
dI ys I -froll', \ o,, lIk tound ) lo l kuldirk. May '2,d, T ,1h. e l est tff llie t\,,w o ys1,, years ago:
iLasscd the (,raiud Bank ill lat. d5, 5.1, N. sav., P ,v dw ;pliwcgitn of a |nicli-0 l Slen, ;,lii cvvv lian
great qp ai)til; nof ice, Su c very high ; passe! Hiltl puilt.d t'ui ]l, e head, amitd lefi l a d ,a.id !str,.-.'i,1,y
brIlg Venll of Prov'iiienfe, steering" to thie west- .,.q*e, iIii td itie aiplitalhio ol ih O a iOw ', Lijilinm lt
,f,, J' .,oIl): .1 1;,N !q:v,,. 1173", tn] 9,i ,M v


utllars.-- lle eial'Lers ol tile Mast~er's and ,lark
Lodges were destroyed, together with all tlhe for-
niture,jewes, records, &e.--The. building is sup-
posed to have been set on fire from hostility to the
F~reenmasons.--Ontario l';r'.rriti.
We have seen aletfm" from Monireal,dated QSth
May, whickl avs that the two Anlerivai' loalt seiz-
ed week bf1) re l a'( -itt by tile collector al. tlat place,
ba'.l ben reu!-tored to the owners, in pul'stiiinee )f
all (w'der from tle (tiovernior, wvho liad Ibel 1cenillo-
rializxd on thle subject by several dthie lonist res-
pectable mercantile hous. Lor says strong hs are elttertaiCLfd that shMch mea-
suies will be adopted by tile executive Cmliiii, as
to plae.e. the trade in A]nirican Boats on o, 6botihl"
that will prevent any f'urtjlir oco'iri'eu0o of a sinli-
lar nattlre.
.'4hes.-Pots have been s'dd in Moutreal z;i low
o7 -43s. 6d. to .14s-, ; and Pe.LarLa .J.-.-,Sl. ,.n:mrnce
"''azcfe.

Somnmei
Primcs Carrent l'7 !ondon, Aqpril '?9.
C" '.-lThe public sales o", CnH'e last we ,!..
,\,e :.,1 heavily, and a very considerable prOIpor-
',i; of the quantity brought" f'o'ward was taken ln
,1 account of `tilee limited iid langt"uid demand :
.'ei~erally the pr'ires v,-;'e l a lh huwer, |puri ttie -
iarly Ctl go?:l a:;;'l f~ia" o~:";-'a."7 ;,r"'e:: '.,f .'.,"M"


CirvAuits, as ordered to bo held throughout .the
Slate. The Equity Sittings will be held at dtiffer-
ent limes. As soon as they are all notified, we
will give a list of them also :-
CIRCUIT COURTS,
.'1gpjointed In, the Jadges eflhe Is/, 4, 13d, 4th, 5th,
'(/Ih, 7/h, and 8//t Distrirts.
Firs" Circuit.--New-York, 3d Moniiday in June,
and ;;d Mondlay in November,
ticehntoltd., 3d Monday of J uly.
Kings, 23d day of July.
Queens, '5t'5tlh day ofJuly.
Suflbik, Pthl day of July.
0gdeEn Edmwards, Circuit Judge.
Second Circitil.-Orange, Monday Juue 30.
Dutulcss, Monday Jily 7.
lR.ockland, Thursday July124.
\Westchester, Monday July '.
Sullivan, Moday September 2*J.
Utister, Monday Octobrr 6.
PU'tnm, Moleday Octlber '0.
Samlial R. Bet!s, Circuit Judge,
Third Cir'e4'l;7.--rf-ee)c, Mpnlay Junc 3..
Columbia, Monday June 30.
eIInssclaer, M'ondaLy July 1-1.
!-']euicctady, Monday Setemrner 8.
Ehohiarie, Monday Seplioiner 1.5
a\'n-''ty, Monday October 6.
Wil!'ai A. Duer, Ci lua.t Je.7







I"* --,~= o. pfveiTnacnt in tile world that dIid not consist Imost nee3 to be remninded of the greut truth wvinch 'uatiOn 'Do all Cnci~ic-rj,A to rcqeive~A body oflaiirl Goodsellis Pafent Her,;) and Flax: Dresser 7and 2lo th JI,,, -e ,f thek" ,iplo l i .rf A',.-,;-.
From the.London Magazine we extract the fbl- o. the three simple species ofmonarchy, aristocracy, 'they elarce. They seem ter. have emerged at the as a general extinction of those debts, than urge np Gain T/hrasher. York of the Svpreme Court ofJud:ua.',, ,,f I;,"
lwanot,, e'g, th. agmentnficero's Dialogue, and democi'acy, I think I could make it good.t' Iprezent juncture almost providentially to admen- iidividuat payments, they obtained permission of _B_ E subscribe, having purchased an inieiest saoe pcope.
o.ag t of beialog sup e' L:lead.totalxtinctioDiscourses on GorernmOn.t, eh. ii. } 16. i-u s all parties eof those first principleD of p olicy.; ilae Spanish court to treat with thie Indians on that in tile above named machine, is rendy it) dispose of of n l" petition of Jubal Terbell anld W [iism \A.
on 32 Commonvealth, whici.' afteren p In speaking of the changes to -which the kin-ly I that as, on the one hand, legitimate power cimnot iead. A total extinction of debts so easily obtained. righitS ofr t counties of yulli',ni Ilslern Dutihess, I J Stoke?, ,o the town of Thompson; in tl..c. e e1-
t..loe lost frr e2ie t years, lhas reeentlv, owing to f f goveru en ii leS c o makes t e e' on be retained without wise concession. t to the as, ofcotrse, pleasing on tile part of the India ,s, ;N -,it Of governm "i-S..... iv of ,.'*-,...-a., a: ... a ..... f.e of .-York, r--pect-
themndefaitigbleldd stryoutdgLi-enof ,tiaeoftopa- excenir tat it w wi u nt of the people-for that it ll ,,nld not iojtarious to Slpa.in, who held lauds only Now- ork;' t nn-lv she.th --
hid ae .sof afe a- exellntbr s otherwise inevitably lead to despotism, denbasing io to give to the mn'ritorious ; a treaty was concluded .I, ,A, a,.dt yodir petititearr;,. together with William.
tican, beenrecovered. Prior to the di-Ftovery ofthe When a kin has begun to act unjustly, that b t o of a to th s who n It isexercie between the house and their debtors, and Spa hn t*hiu-aid nachiin w eighs about 200 Uh. is v er y w Sack et, of the town af ]um herland i said
artofprii, ,:. .11. .werewrilttonparehnmnt; kind of -overbinentteorthwith changes I a tyranny; d o h n t n other, thie popular will and jud ratified the treaty-virtually ceding to the ho:-e sihple ill ils ,'oiistructi",, ild alihtst indislri LIUtil' county ; Nathaniel IFag!cs, 'of the town of Ovid,
IIIverye,-lll ed, t (u' Castderingo. ie) theCULmntV 01'h Icmjcot mnddCatalina F" glcs, o
asthatmatcrialbee-aniedcarer, thlidea sug e-itert.l ;t- i"n 'g -.... .. bordderrol a od of a L e (t ment, if th be not moderated and directed b the of Panton, Leslie L- Co. a territory of frt n:la i,.l, composition, being ae h il f cat ir i t county of ancc and Caroline F gls o
S' o e. If the nobles succeed in crushingl him.. which I colels of "those whose station, in life, intellectual square, to pa ileb debts, of her Indian sub.t,- W'hn.,i deiei bly o.,ic hIturs, or N,, r pa lwer, It is tlhe itown of 13ro;l.yi;, in tile county of Kings, in.
self, &.wasa...opled ot "..cip-thc sanciMt)arc.:iLe:ils usaaly happens, tlen allows at aristocracy,s he!attainments, ad vir.tues, entitle them to the name Permit me, Sir. to ald here, thrmhiLg'l elin,,:, of cal:ibh tet' .... -t;":,,- sou.t lhi"'andh, aili klins Of dew Iito State ofNew-York, are se;7,cd in fee of 'cer-
serve several tim es, by erasing thc ch irac _;ts ere- is the n e\xt o a monarchy ; for there is something of 1 principles cal be productive only Of Univer- philailthro pv oalv, a few ob servatioiis in b l f O r """. I 0 0 a SI f ai l, I
SU it after tbv had effected, o .f were re blin- tie power of' aood king in a council ss! confusion and misery., those nnor chlldreu of nature, reduced to a handful Sth ,.ily h ifvhd. O.c ,thi is e]I towln of I'honrlisoo, in tihe eCountv of Sullivan a-
supposed to hnave e 9etedthenir purpose n,1 n- 21 ,olelhif t e ole ofor the seh ae of It may naturally be asked whether everyone of dejected, wretched being.. They will, no doubt, rotted, (T,,,i is r t en ded that i will dies I o lresa>ld, l;io.-t and distinguished as lot numher-
l ,e IV to d peoplt. Or bnil the p tple asl o taesel s thaey put V Idoes noth already know this to be very true? -No find a protection< hand il the United Stale,. T'hev ruio; pressing on-therseratd and prepared skill tha new iteod.>ealh se-nbanished the tyrant, as long as thmay doubt ever one does : butt is one thing to dlnow will participate in the endeavour toward< civilize- samie rnaci e, may drc.s ln aiart, from 2 to 31i-iik l'ateut, bounded and described ;>s fol-
work. Thns Cicero's treatise of a Commonwealth retain sense and discretio, so long they act mode- hl and another to hear Cicero starting up in the tion, already so beneficial to tile more western sons 300ilbs. per day ; ;ul. vIlih the most iriillg ahlera- loaws, to wit :-L-egniinig t il the I.orth-wec.t cor-.
has been long buricJbeaeath St. Atitisinels Corn- ratoly, rejoice in that which they have themselves Vatican from a sleep of near 2000 years, and pro- of the forest, so ,grateful to humanity, and so ex- li"nOt tile rest or litrIIUm, upon wlich Wi flax ne1 ol lot number clove, then south orty-lire de-
m en ta ra o i l s c h io e an d a rc w illin g to p rese rv e a co m o n c la iinpg it a fre sh to th e wo rld a tn. t o tting to a n a t io n 's c h a ra c ter S in c e th e dc alith o f a*I iI 'll np h e ld A,11 ,1 1 lo c k -;e t ,, s" aie hne g r e fi e e n enin u te s ea s tc tv -o hlu n d ed a m entry on tile Psalm s ; but b rt I n ately the eha.- w alth ,w which has been of their ow n establishing K ing_ avne, w hio died i nl the field w iOlhiT m au w il t",h. o t 60 to (IM b.shO;, of' an ; ki wii l oheod
ra t r i g P y e h i d n t e fe d w t i u grain p eir da3 -- A clover ck a~ l a v u t~ h I% Thennorth forty-f our degrees forty-five
.r ect ors w ith w which th e g enius of C ice ro h ad in N e t so.it' th ey h ave d one v violence to a just k ing d i g nit v, at th e d destruction of tll eir settlem cents at a ,pI nc, u i, iv'be ,attc h ed''o i also at lh aur e iin ut es eas t, seventy -five ch ains fifty linis, th i
pressed the par hm ent w ere indistru etible, and or spoil d him of his kingdom ; or even, as hath fre- FLO R ID A IN D IAN S. Ala ehm a, during the troubles of th is pro vince in but they ta re nu! iiue ir be l tn'l ii'! d w i th the nort h fort y-fi re l :re.Is fiftec u n inutes w est, tw o
aeo en weyre andtc l ( 11 a o, have tasted the blood of the C'opy of a Ioler from George ,L Cr:s to Cap- 11, fd that of his brother Bowleg, wihu died of niaclur.-. Tln'h w!.o iay wi, h n, nialk u-,; of hutdred and thir'ty chains, tihn south Ntrty-four"
have no een decyphred, and, by the nobles, anl trailed the whole state under their of'-lf
become impCrishable, while aught that is mortal feet ; then beware, lest thou suppose it easier to ttinLJohtnRi. Bell, commanding in d hcprovinre of grief Shortly after, the', have had lit f or .o order then), wil lbe fIl:is,,hod-with at motelhao c ut deOreeis forty-five ininutf ,3west, cvcntav-five
callbe so. ti-th asginiiote ea- r o est the pro, Ess JastFlorida. among then: and their defeats, h.lt IM; lVhaveclu- rose. 'rhe whole i s at it o~ iha o hisit ik oweei oa cnann
bstilt like aig of the sea, or to art t ress pletely broken them up, and dispersed them in Ihef-11, orspunr "!whels--A five indi strap over a seventeen, hundred and thirty-nx acres, as the
rofa conha 'ratiou, than tto put a stop to the fury of ST. 3MAny s, (E. F.) Au 15, 181. small squads or fmnilie over the country. Mvlany and whn'l, of' siislh decbdsio nts, phe fix- l h
CICEIM'&'DrALOGUES ON A COMMO'NV.EALTH- au unbridled multitude.A i n iSIR-I promised, at my departure from iSt. Au- of them now live blvcdtivation, and Mhim.rnm,,. lu',, ,Ir n hih, 'hin'v boc e omplelt let-pnrhao'tolnabout ten mris soiters dorividing sai patent p u to al-
T henuwfollow s, from tehe ciagexpc book aoou ten oi si 'eIsfor 'dividing- said patent pursuant to an.
Not to disappoint the just curiosity of our &'.g- Repubic, tnhe din'iral description o a thorou gugh e ... o at Tmyei tisposa tro the oh tboo os sid, o. .tl.t1.,oe.o n 't m n,,n|,sher e,,,ees rn idcti ,''';i,,c.tuee p'ic. T01ieor act passed January 8th, 1762, entitled An.acf'
lish readers, we shall give a shortcaecoue.t of the ," ..* s o i nc an.'m'n yl r inquiries repecting the Indians cf and others, emacaiated and naked, supply wood to single lachie an t ;ll! tie r.lht to nze it, is one l,,,,dred for the more. effectual collecting of his Majesty's.
.ch foerae ~ 'it is noo 11oro to I.-e ter'ned a(o lt a l ib- cri. -Y
firargmentg before us, with a translation of at few c v "t la d o thioe sc province. the city of St. Augustine, carried ilni y ow pohanca .. teesttolStAalltdeearredi .undles, en dIlbrs. There i one iww in daily operation a( llie q quit rents in the Colony of New-York, and for-
passages in them. which have appeared to us more'n.' urqiloners insist, and on no better ground than their I'llie. Thle waho;-' of thmul, not cxccedi,,Z -_..rribnpr's ],ce at Hat',ken, opFosire pic cityIpartition of lands in order thereto," bearing dalte
.i s WI I( ,[I' rrouli it too oth mseveson ts er-th ioote tin dar o e ruey, ne houandoe
peculiarly deserving ofittention. I ft r t_ ta 1 lolte r a lin. of de'm aracation between what 1800 souls, 1 snppose, will no doubt suhufnt ho a _y r;;;;;1; ;e;;;;Cln ,'an v sallsfv themselves of *s pe- the fourteeuth day of February, one thousand se-
iill il' L '- : -1at Ori "re 1 lt1re ie it, I 1,r ,'T "I 1to) (I 1 ie a I il~ V.
The style.,Iveslivuld premise, is not quite in Ci- "'..r oi!'.eve or i f, Nvirc, plase to term Indian ad panisn landas .y~tcm that ;li tolerate theirlilc and h ving. l.~rs, i-t pai !, dieeted to the sulseriber at v"" hundred and six.y-fie, filed of record ill the'
ecro's asual manner, it i, somewvhiat less flowin"- .. o i i alwaysi ost during the formner and late Spanish They are humbled to the dust, and no nlm'licall ,,.il-eor reuuiriliB fur;!or inin, maliOni or the Clerk's Office of the county of Ulster.
'_. TIll a. 'orllenuletl lts tossed a0DOUt and ealyls,-I .I'.. o. ,, reqirin ir i nalo. or
and round,, more mclasured and stately ; which lie ,,p.! ,k'.a ," al "f',Otte toa l"ter" (nmleito I ]-' P0 'rn -oe3 o at lt Florida, and during lt ei ber- be required by ;L magnnial o;L-s people, admitLn ig fri,^: ol'a stale, counlt.t orlown, v will be dt[I ailellnd- Your petitioners further shew that the interest
probably thought suiled the subject best. After .. -' ,. o ed ;tllale occupancy of the some by thie Jlrishi.-- th h" sins to have bern ever E great. "'ll, !.;and ,iv 10. eA iUt' L S\VART VOU''. of your petitioner, W illiam A. Stokes, is oa Equal
one of his visual prooeminuni, the opening of which ,.' -.' I-- t i q. I"' s believe to be erroneous as relates to ile time ofaid and in-tr:ition, propIrly (extcnded,will make ( lete 2--dI 1 (li, moiety, or undivided half part of the said lands-
is lost, Cicero reminds aIfrieud, to whom the ti,- e ,, i ll, ri'ishle ri n possessions, for hnave been twenty them serviceable ; thev wil 'earn to labour ; and hiclhi omd Uounty., and premises- that the interest of you petitiou-
is lost, Ciceo remi(Is a riendto who tileeiu- ve tt" O liat it. -Whirls rtOuud1I1 Lt ronnllt'ina0.h hw...IUut 1.adpeista tenertofyrptto-
lj-ues tare addressed, but whose irame also has diS- *ierei l s l i.3 g '." I Odd years inquiding-, in vain, for a daetai to such n t.a lo e ood examples will wear out their !ora espro- 7HEitL 0, til monies arising from tloe saJl s e r, Jubnl Terbell, is ar undivided right of eight
appeared, of a converration which had been rTtat- The Conclnion is tat .. '- i distinction ; aud have only met with but few per- pensities. (A' (lie reil estate Nhereof John Decker died hundred and thirty-three tacres of the said lands
ed to them, when they had been in their vounger "tth oiun.;h of ',lie three simple Iin]ds o.,, goern- 1I eas who gave,, credit to the assertion, at second or I know there are soorei who will smile contempt seized, hath beeu brought into thee Surrogate's Of- and premises-that the said William \V. Sackett
days together at Smyrnt, by Publius Rutilius l.- meat, t h i y is t h'o th bs ; 'third hand h' arsa.,, and those who had giv.n tile at the idea oftaminig Indians : but I trost that their t icr- ll-NOl ce is he"ebY given to 1n1Il Iersn- SO havn is seized in fee as tenant in common of and in nn
fit.. This conversation, which fbrms the substance be exceile'd by'thie ".0.v'wrumlnt whichis equally I matter a passive crdedneex merely because it assi- numl er and inllpcncare very av, ; bow limited ;'%dened eecdaghto xlhe st' e i e se oi ren" rhevpp riit offoulrteen acres or tlhe saie
of the work, was brought about ill tie..." 1 "- m. ed ulandite-n; erd of thl three For in acru- [ mlated to the customs they had beu, used to.- must bo the conception, how illiberal the mind, to ;,,Ithe 0urrogail's Office it tie towC o"0' Castleton' lands and prmises--that the said Na.haniel Fee-
manner.. When Scipio Africanus Minor had ren'- )nonwei'!th it is w-ell thatl somathin>'" should bo pr- e ut be that as it may, I am sure that no such, or t the contrary ; he-w, little or how partially must i c ith cunv afoiesaid, on this Iwenlv-sixth day ilo' gles is seized in fee, as tenant in common, of and
ed from Renic to spend certain holidays in his sub- eminunt and royatl; lhat somethin-," should bea3- a : IXeother line of dearcation of terrinoy, hascver i they lave studied liuma nature Arc we not nil AIgost next, at two odo'l;o in tile aftlrnooi whien in an equal undivided right of ten acres and a
urban villa, there came to him eartv one morning si,.ed t oI ,i,,-n'v of;* tiep -rin ipal meu; that e.,: .tJ between the Spanish governnulnt and tlc 1 the Ehildren o; habit, the mere reflectors of oduca- itod where a final stenlent and distribution o the halfol the said lands and premiseI-that Ihe said.
.. Iubleoitiae eldestnsent and distributioner thhe harolinehesaidlasndsseiz ped infeas-thttesantid.mn
q. Tubero, te eldest son o hi2 ssier. After ptons ou be resr ved fr thie win a Indlaus; nor cuuld l have been the case; fr thic j lien and manners ? Adl why should those be in- said estate will be mais!.
exchange Of civilities Tub-ro aks his n i treae e red into in the Floridas,ad the s stem i corrigible ? It i evident that tle only difcrne i TUNIS EGBERi" Surrogate. mn of nd in an equal undivided right of te a-
what le thought ofthe pwriielion, -iSto altero so- h.i..-ietf h itd.Tis contttio set upi, the Spanish provinces oten the p man, layinth aside his colour, is tile difference illnc ae i o isres and a half of the said lands and premises.
wht e hogh o te arelon"sl ate o s- first place, has a certain cequability of r;-ln, m il 2--l",w:;In [A]n alo h si ansadprmss
le" ie peaaceo wih al ecilao',--,-Ammerian continent, go- to prechtde such a dis- 1! Opinion ; an~d thalt difqereeee of'opinlion arises fromn _rT T ....J' ) dr That your petitioners are desirous that par'ti-
Ie," fie appearance of wvhieh ]nd leeo hlcteiv :an- whichfrmen will not loas, blecontented to nt; tin;etioln. tcal in_-' *rsh i y u a r That sould be tide ofthe saidepremises between
no'nce. mttesente;andwhe Scpioex"ses ',It(-, difl^^^ ^ ^ i treilcitle -" o;*"e'^*ucaliot. Let tlhe scepticali, sod flyC^i~ V Rir'lneof nr'; a t io hudb ld ttEsi rmssttv
bounced, io tle senate ; andt"whteofSo cipio exetl-avscs ,,ing (] li tUthe xt itlhafirno^ss aud IAtabilitV, because'It is a remarkable fact, a-n effect of habit, that thi,3;lart of lhe philosophy of humeri an nature, turn A flou h k rcuue orfanfile. Co n TtysdaRichmoedwet your petitioners and the said William NV. Sackett,
himselI ,~~~~~~~ ontea toiy, oats..lrn th ~ < tile other kinids oftgovernment are easily eonverti- `:-l
given much of oi s atteuton to such a tters, Tube- boe tute theh,'*osite faultsf so that oat of a king tepep1le of al countries are prone to suppose s his, s eyes to the :.,tv o' ,4exicoand see there the se I,,d [,IV of JuLV next, between the hours of one Nathaniel Feagles, and Caroline Feagles.
gorenmiadhm ohowclsatcten tlo had inttrod ulc-bed t lic ^ haer oi t fr-u't),t;from ail outoavafactiong thei method of managing, in most cases., to Ie x les 1 itlelnts, natural and acquired, in the o'cl k an tlc-1. f(i u rti aed orpttoesteeoepay, that thc said
theirremthod of9manaiih owic.n11se nAPI a-toobI I a Al i I ioI. r at ofou c ra(IaIdIaleuIv, in the o'afif!k.laolclhe k.,;... tileh- Iu If~thf (lie StillYourhpesameonerI Yourepetitionerstthereforesai
Ao remian hae hisow g ofte n hadintro ue the lwqs o e have a despot, froma mi ai.stocracy a faction, the best, if not the onlly means whereby a de- fine arts. and belles-lettres, n ia fest ameng In- 01 *he nreinises, ,u i.,i certain lot of land, tilh"> premises may he divided between 'our petition-
Athenian seipeur on the lit.e qlo stofis; ad train a detliocraEyl&misrul and ,anarchy -,1an sired end might be effected. But al impartial dians ; let hin look into the Havana, and set,, the rillisu thtreon, lying and being in tng e town of Cas- ert and the said William W. Saokett, Nathaaiel
whereuponu Scipio ri~marksjt that Plato, (lit of' his that tile klinds'themselves are easily changeable in- ie byod omewi!iinleidecetothown-n muvtitCodworme i te s.eadandeegntheh saidnsad cuWyllmiam i prpetyofSe-FecketantCaolne'eNathaynomisioer
wal ur te hnourof ocraes, iadattrbutd to(o -ichothe whchinattmn~r^ ^ view beyond home will find evidence to the con- -,ily fini~led wvorkmien in tlhe it' oftl and elegant -lel'-, Ill said cout orel h at poely f1ceadss n aoieFageb omsinr
eim much of r wat h" had ,i iciasvheared after tib e dtteh e w ehn tne e, trary ; that there are at least two ways to any fcif(.', to be ibtnd there among 'the Aft.icans, ; nay, t, ..I sed"dh a to be appointed by this honorable court accord-
hi m teiofwh thelic hms.lileredn"e he, file (rn p II e .t alI1e bout h lf iefonB dni.
death o, his bt ma~ter, F- vp ,"tad systedoes not happen, except it be through stone end : Should two person3 dpat 1-ark io baek,:let hinlook at lnput me ail pal':1o ofktht world, w 'here ni" ^im ii otile south byt land of Garrt e
d e th o. ,t b l o e r ase, .- .. 'a d -l ;re ait in ~is ina n a ge n ie n t o f th e p rin e i -a I m e ui n a u d e r th e z e n ith th e y Nw i ll m ee t ilh ee t o ti i e u n d e r 1 lh e h a s h a d o p p o r -tu nit ie o f in m rov e m e n t, n o m a t- "b' e1':111dh ofnheJomhn 1y lndof G a re t in p u h eresu a n e of t hdirectigh ts o f tile pacttie sth er e
and Sicily ; fr.n Aac (l est, h lan Fof o no cause fo- char-s c where eachtediretionnow, l onli s e t i i f a o
and~ ~ Stls;ho reuvt-as, the T'l'aentmne, and T i- state. F r here is noca'eLLo ch ngewher neaeh the nadir. i .ter where born Or by whom b,got, and say'if h henliet vte.pu .(ihgh ay- ceotaining partition of lands. JUBAL TJERBELL ,
mu, the Locan ; o the commentaries of is firllv settled in his own place aud ree e il -West v le plic highway
Philoiaus, and [:.oen the hI .. .,.- p-, hilosophers. has notiiing beneath that may sllp frlom under, ani Tl he Apica, h relation with the aborigines of is not ahwads ti c in astrof-pa cce, of iinat e's wor1-, wi[biik |ie(w abies of laind,--wen condition of sale iMt A. STOKES.
.&t this time, 1,. urin Phiilus and t.. K utilius e1n- betray him to his downflM and ruin." America, las been very dhffi'c, hi. iu their pos- antd the only master of arts ,t,.c Andaik I At thistime, LSEillo:sesgenerallynd'R.o thosellofel-obetrathir to as iens.i andhruin" .has1awatuheehaawilirhd A atl e !,,-,oasaelltp, ao,,ay tbaOANN HOUSAN, minmstratrix.x
ter; and whatn th i. fUrmer c.-pre.ss his fear that I .the seond book ofthAese Daloguesthreis-. t o e7-aJ
they have broken in On their conversation, Scipiodi ellen mr w sut., nl. They Obtained ri,4hts to territory by trcalies of' bounds have been piprescrh.d to its ,.fuirements e.. I [A] Take notice that a petition, of which the pre-
tells him what the h;>d been .:i ;.. 0; and sk- .corporut.on, whiL. others resorcLd to purchase by his country or his colou. ? Lilci),iell C,,ls. !,,- Lo"rl, tFe.b. Terro. Ii3. ceding is a copy, will be presented to tihe Justice
tel hmwatte- --I ei --..a'an s s reindslemxed-,ullnu0one il whieh they are not.on- nt cn V eobtiieda" tf on hi ;So tl a" "rbe" ofI ndians, he llo catled sacCudilI s 1N h elto
W h a t h is o p in io n w a s o f th e se tw o su n s. A g a in l _m i x ed. . . .. ..t-e. ...li se m t o h n. iau eo n, es^, H o.,a in e d a gra n t, ro m ins ; S o .. a ll a .. .. .m ,e .. ... Id i s, ....ei g .... l oate sa a c C o kl in t] ", i )dlvh e ,,e iCio n o. o f th e p e o p le o f th e S ta te o f N e w -Y o r k et th e 8 u -
hl i s i n te l 'r u p t e t I t hi e a p ln o a c h o f L nl i u s 0, a c th a t h o u ghT, ,o l in ^ i i t ho-s e p apr t s o l tt h e i\ee s t e l 'n a m o e1u t ie Ja r g ,'e top l a tio n oa h t ria t yl o rt ia w il l, ,st thle so
1ompanied by .. l0anuius and Q. cvevola,thetoir, they ade shortly E 3,st Ie e a .- and .. cor thatre they shoulddfrtheyle de at sna O t neicade un the firstgetiay of tAugust next-
,opiidbC.FlnuanQ.-'eioatietamchnmore aunhereditary) monarchy maybetixe d a lxedt ,I y i n' .. find.... -, Ei C sit. daEliof nklinan tir, 1Otthe Flyi OeiaontefrtodyofAgsnet
s o n s i n l a w -o L c ld u s a n d K '` nu n l i u s l h i s f r i e n d w it. t h e o t h r w o f o m s e .. .cn n t l Oed 'a l e u t O i l a s p o t ov i o a p v n e e ( ,r 1 l 'l uo *ua d ;a ,l t : o r, s. iat o '^ "h t h e o p en i n g o fat h e c o ur t o n t a tda y, o r ss .
A after rising u -, to m ee t th e in th e p ortico, and w h the m r : ... .. -. h iavni-h i o rtified it, e n there d n in eo reat ,s of n cor- I mn od f'ir he m ,as t, b eco me v er y u seful. A nd even ,Hie n i d ,n.or iaged t o h ,lilt petition ner and E lish a th err o u nse c all b e h a t d ail a p pl-
6aluting th-, Sipiu "it turning about, contrives ability 'ntmy be discovered in what Ilontesquicu tas p artirtion. Wih thtile nearest tribes, ,f(tI-an" on tile should tile adults prefer, indigeence to itiusry. the. -_ring, le certain pi< es 01 ld lying in Salis- thereafter as counsel ca. be heard, and an appli-
to put Lmlius in the middle, the place of honour; 0er, ta t.e e eontnl,) ans tnius gradually progressed to those I Vlaw IwI c!.!IneV the to pr !er Iaou) lo theie'"I! bury, sai Li0hfi;d countyalittlesoutheasteyationwin, a little southeasterlyhen and there be mae to the sa
Lost.rvcd,--[naL the ancieents were unacquainted ear n I ur1 < out or heapoitmntofcomisines".r
and when they have taken one or two turns, talk- with the r'it distribution of tt I.I more re.note. Cu'tz varied in uexie, a )iart of: ,fr they mst'live by on ;yOrte or t hie o itier when iir- ,"tle oll, oldandpal "thefarmttTo- commissioners pur-
ing together, proposes that they should adjourn to power, tele, this made of process, but not t principle. lie funded by, adl, interspersed amon,,- a better or,-..... ,,,oeo sa, Saisb'y ed sensed of suaut to t'e praer of the said petiton.--mate
sunny part o.'a little meadow near, (tir it was p 1'< ,' J went tra"^t to the eanital but after beoming unity; and the youna" must gorow np ith our 1fo secure .to lhe peli tow" and th. said Flisha 8ter- ,hay 1s '. "touts, &c.
*, \ \**A LIVO, iiunoer a .Kingly 2"ovcl'nlontl t anci liner lore ; ", 0 '. l ,. DD i i -,n\\ two iiO~tiS *c ('IIIP(I by the rspei~ nderita'iiid the T 3\T TTT O '
winter,) and seat themselves there; which being could not form tothemselvesajust idea of a mio-I sarsthere, carrid O st -everaly to til, petitioner atd WILLIAM A. STOKES.
agreed on, their party is further increased by the narchy. Hume, who, in the English constitution, corporatio..BL. Allow me, siB-, to repeat my assurance of respect ,e said l, Srerliaf ; and that said note. a e i.-. I E
T he P olic m ade th ose grants in order to ex- and esteem Y our o~ bedie~nt servant, paid, find that all til l' intereSt In Said "..,,II.- ,_. -d By B LLaGthe r Atte F ay.
arrival of A. L gMauilis, a man beloved by all pre- saw what Cicero supposed imuracticable,- the -,.t the atl in J. F. CL^'B"1lir I Ysnises a f l at sl fr.ic. n Rn scd h:..,.'T,i, o JB Viy liamlIW.Saeketeir AN l e
sent, who tales hi s place next to Lmlius. the tom foen~tntnvi end the Catholic- religion; fonuiding, no douibt ,CO JF.CAK ,,.,,esolesmlR mon, id I'[tile ,... 1-i the form Williamnent W.tnl Saekettus intecrdneoftoethanll; oodo- e-Ii...I ,sneFeneaglc rdt hersod-adCaoieFege. a 0ll1w
The general discourse which now ensues, is ed t.._ l rfrmr under ain hereditary monarchy,i sW ibntLawfU-in in the reden0 .,e of those days, in Is bou dle-s .... i. ,, since been transigr ed to lle resplond- and Caroline Feagles. May law l w.
oefdytiuvoo.lannwa uj powers, and in tile iminnensity of igood inl tilt! o- N 0O) \A1%1U1 e.,,.i .. .,i .. paigto rdemI h
opened by Lslies, who, on learning what subject it ,il'... i-,justdistribution of the three kinds of 'ject-a behest amountingn, illtie lifeeod nh leo- 0c 34. \1hf'-,ret corair Of Fuhou-street-[est- fight .f the said p.I'.i.. C. String. and to fore- To thlHonourable Me Jusees ofthe Peopleofthe
every thing that pertained to iheir own homes and at notwitlnoutre ias an heredtar nd tlury, to an orderr recorded hih abolc abov reatil e reach of'hli'l:ed it)If;.f,,rhe of Wool oil ml's (oa. cs "e:, ltt of the said Eli C^^d;lio in saM nea; rt- N' -iork ofc SUP1 Co ofJudi-
every ting thatofertainede to'iiiciraown hellis air ththati,,apreittisns.repdered by iili curt, ehat0said stale of, iii- crurt,' Ie;Stpreid Coort of. udi
to the commonwealth had been inquired into, that a nobility without vassals, and a people voting by manw e this ..rpr,,a...Isayhao-b:) KIo' ,,,i ofhe ,n s,' b.ber, !",e *,csto,,,itihi,,,, .,e eon,in,.d ;lw, exl termi ofrthis court, ralure oU the same people.
they were seeking what was carrying on in the their representatives. forn the best monarchy, aris- b oweve r tais incorporating system may fhave he ,|ill-11'!.,e,;,I(I hi ,p ljo lier for thie or lliend to ty, etldel ,, t iriT.sfil, A fAutill a .d fi l-Sai, F"d t HE petition ofi Arthur Breese, ofUtica, it
-heavens ; to which Philus prettily answer, : tocracv, and democracy. been abused in practice, l.. very many olthe in- \NO, | cid iiin to piesent to tle friends of t,, oi lit third Tuesday of Auguu-, A. 1. 1823, and -9 the county of Oneida, respectfully sheweth.
"Do you not- think that it p'rLains to our own In this second book, of which there remains much t"nt1"1" of most governnls arc., !ht'n acl'd on .1,is 1'.1;tb! sin! lhis Iwclino leni;;iil. for Ille hin heo" lhii p'nd,.ki'y tic'said pichlition be ivel --That y'our pe.itioer is -seisee iu fee as tenant
a t 11 I n tI io ln e ., i t rl ulS~ t b L a t h ow e d [l ilt it u lt ;- p a i ,iii g'c I :: I ,i w~~i~ o t o it J t di i-i n gl r l~ i ln a lpe ar a nl- I I e ga u tl E I ( o k h b l b i .~ / h s nti c ioll ~ u n ino u 0o f a ; i i h q a n i i e n
hlOmres ta lknow what is doing athome ; that home less than of tlhe first, Scipio h'aces the Rloman ., o- mato1ly oln" ne behvee'; "lit e ain its ]c[ldtl lrlt"I- P'e"1h "",r?.'ee .:..i,.< no t. Jul iting Latlr'.ill haipp ]raV '|'he *u ,!c~-.b Ameruican, ai pultcW),^llapes nuinted iu eigh poart, ofa d e inh a toe eqa divided, ofn toe
Iiean, not which is included in these walls, but vernmcnt through its different stages. We shall eiVl, ,;,eotirombined ite hin bit lcae.d 1rin- k;[lit !Pl-11c( llI'a ll t,' n'ee city ,f .New-Yorl,. eweeks:,uccs.,vcy 'al eight part in eight parts to be divided, fall those
n thIll,, 8-ftl'e-r5,'.. he cpfeets;fthhtu"Ifctpracticet stx w el, s bell-, a ._ of -aid. certain. certu iot cepi oee parcpar seOslo ndadanndppremises
--ln-t11S~w iole Ivoid,.- '"lI,ih .s .l .s d o l-tnpin,. iJ,,N: iacta few ofthe most renark- ,c^.ps'' tyl1'" Pf'hJ 1"'.I ; and ib!; t at h pnrplt.or lldo 11 1 )e ae ;'4K l m th efet ,)I<, fi e ullet lca.' SIX weel'sb bo" o:, l "/of,'f^ cert ; AI n I lotshiees apprten an ce ls sitat land tha on ty proifs
I .a dwelling-place, and a country common to Us able sentences init. e-t.fewo'tllost remr- ecip roe ty ofln ntires;s ; andd ubeth the dc~;f i ,;,it iu ll;tat tileevilli te Ciott. 1;. [i ". \SO ['OT', wit/ the appurtenances, situate in the county ef
with themselves ?"* Cato said of the Roman g-oa-ernment, that it 1 O asobiginen under feh iiisorpurriapdtan.,,r ,, F a e s il,;, wll, he (r. 1 o1 c hpri t After a joke passed by Laclius upon VManilius, .excelled that of' other states, inasmuch, as it had has been much io- rapid than il othor pans, evIn slbilir, .,%ill In( 1-:-!orcd] hupw-talions have bn LliuSompon an Iic iimus .re.xel, tlht of otslirss ttes It!asmuch ait a twenty-seven, in the seventh division oftle Mili-
wh~~~~~~" ere hepriaiu ytmias heou proile'eni-eaille rqu tN! ,uItah_ _k\\col bl te rmar Cotrk!f Pateut, o lc o'aleof u,"us o/=.sinoPthotucstaindgtonthosan uonh rnre
who was a lawyer, about an order being made to not, like theln, been the contrivane of a single I"1 tness purcnasingsysteory 1mf Ne(-,;- prcicre- pinc.i res r.lilt;,d%;li'1th(, I n Wooliftle renawlh t n-1' ijut!itio re ofthe 1,... tt ...., A'lulam Patn conty- aining toes, tand otnuherhudr
secure these two suns in possssion ; Philus, with man, but the result of the combined wisdom of' o rwi '111' |,etitioo Thorai, I .I....., )Vllia
a view of explaining the phenomenon, proceeds to many men, and the experience of many ages." o.'se;tiug t t the sae ,n ti' ie, luta a riatat part of Marilt 1:1'; tw, I t sl'id Ie divcleod, fill sd p'ate
describe a sphere constructed by Archimedes, re- s The editor observes in a note, that the same is hei esp(itysaldltah abort ,,e Iv 'U n i iaife,,di lignhis St V;hes Oithe, !I. oia. shew ai d :e cottainidg to nthois in t of sdid patnd ,
sembling, as it would seem, what we call an orre- said by the nritorts of their emnmonwealth.s' eSic g in n that. oinarter will Ie sound iilt -,eanuh;a- ;"ri,,(,t. ,,,| IIIf3nIhitcn e r.!c hiL srviitecrs ihs sneisedhI iet fe, eaof -tres-And your petitiouner further shows, that
hedIbysthe Bsritous ofthet" cr common awealthn.,, on cinal nthv:riec nta du't astllantsin ElizaethlBeetan, ofti e cit of NewYork, i
ry hih- aceis a otpss.'so o't h arion. Bnt where, alas. 1 are till tribes thiatI't
ry, which Marcellus had ,,ot posselssiiin of ,-t the fere Brtanni politics Ile sull republicto loquitnter :" c 1) .in' 'eals B. uus l le |,I's 10 ;.ir l. i C'lim i[c:l~i~oi ;*i111ienllo 1o one equal undo-:dcdl iloth part, as teant ,l'in Elizabeth Beekman, of the city oi'New-York, is
taking of Syracuse. I the midst of this descr*p- and we trust they say it with truth. d id ""abil. the terSt. or: Lawrcio between tlhe r onyi- ,1' Cr (:,.i-t, ,,,,la| :shr I, )il)1n1 t> ;ilc.. strict- cormof, ofl, i, and sitto atl that. certain piece, par- undiid fe e eight part of aid ian
tion, there is a defect in the manuscript. When This is the v.ry main point of civil prudence ; 'l& and tle St. Lawrence. I hav d >oo ing il. equal undivided o1e eighth part of the Eaid lands
we recover it, Scipio is speaking of what he re- to discern the turns and winding in the career of to the Spanish settlements on the cotivent; t* or, in,.ri,,nt. ,nlthai 'hre, *ies hi tin. o f e. ton ow of Shdae!, in Ihe coufOty of Hcneo and premises, witlhe appurtenances-And that
membered to have happenedwhnhewasIserv ng omonwealth ; so that when you are thorongh- a the islands, it woud ope that andeninnty-sixnacres your pethtion is ignorant afthe names, righAs or
lv cquintd wthallitsbeains, on nv e idbeen the Order of the dav; aud t~li:,.t tnce after c,:e-male otillecasignnns--Newv-Y,." Jt ov ,i;23 ercotingnehdedadiey-iaes),rpeiiorisnoatftenmergtsr
under his fitheii in the Macedonian war ; which ble tkquaied withnit s bearsne tou may be in a fcorpoion had generlly gow out f JAMES t1OM[ITK'rSON, ofland, more or less, and now in the tenure and titles of the persons interested in tile remaining
.was, that the same man, Sulpicius Galuo keep it in s course, and not e at in it s furnished for transporin ool t il ocupatn of John Clapp ad rmrly bloin divided three fourh ars f the said tracts or
whom this sphere was shown to Philns, had freed any e emergency, but provide beforehand for the oc- t, In ho r f thoe. T ''1 i grovse nm31 to Easlliam nronaghim, at the time of his death;* lots of land, aild cannot therefore state them to
*tthe army efromt tie terror occasioned by an eclipse ices they shall arise. 1- '7 bounded oil the Iorllh by lands of James Burton,- the court--And your petitioner being desirous
of the moon, of which 8nlpicius explained to tem ,L. Brutus shook off f'om his fellow-citizens LVest Florida met the Tala:oosa and Semio -"': and ..'iI. B. '.rris-o the east, by land of that partition should be made of the said lands,
the cause on scientific principles. Tubero ii- that hard yoke of uinsjust servitude,; who th.ougi t.onI -.i naboy who h I' "> '-'' Steuhca Van Voorhees, deceased, on the south bv tenements and heredbtaments with the appurte-
Squires how Sulpicius eotld venture to do Ihis, he was a private man, held up the whole common. L;, elerated r the i head, t',, r "'i "; "* -
lpicus culd entre t do hisweaand executed a treaty of incorporation, "Or, rather, ,.. ,." -- .. aoead'als'tninu~n eedtm swt
when, he had. those. to deal with. who were little alth: and first taugt us hat in this city we are -vfore- ted the treat, the1ri- '' .. ..' .. the we.t b land of John Sluter. aresid lands, tcnen and hereditaments with
*reemoved from i.gfora-rt ruste. At his answernoesof uspivate men." I %",., "" ; .,-i ," nThat John Clap,) is tenant in common, of, io, the appurtenances, may be divided by commission.-
/,Ve donomuchuadtiestheAtdti-ssanoeernthistish occupancy had rendered obolete,) -which *''" -. ;' 1. ."-adt n qa niie it ato h adost eapitdb hsut npruaeo
the manuscript again breaks off; but the hiatus is ate dr aot much admire the editor's note ois cotpietely mde- the nin ;_.-- and to Otte eq-al undivided ninth pit of the said 1"o be appointed by this- court, in pursua'ce of
"' latterJpaGa completelymadestilewIndinspsubjectspof'hasedIofi leter-Br ".ttheactsfoi- thecpartiionoofflandsamo!on theseee-
l probably small, is where it is resumed, Scipio is the m e, thong]h it is well enough dapted to waith hewhiesa thso6n AS S er TfLy pretn ises, which part lie purchased of Peter Bru- ral or therti a mo the seve
s.;" :,,j;, s--,6,h ee. th,.,cits. Ile then goes oi to t11 As.soon as thi h 't was produced. the ]lands ofhis CathOlic IK]^ Tha* 'v 0, '1 A 1}K l h,:., .* .... lis fre s Th,.at;lhi' ille saud ot e tiuthe o t f1 rights there f, accorin to lrep.
. of sagacity in Pericles, and sp i p a of f. t : '-I r ht sat jpull *te infornis ""* that -1 -ontlnti1s to wi eed
to observe, from a.. passage ill Enf ius, that the real a just king) has turned aside to an ds11t'nunjust ex cter i o is 'I:, ', I '. "'g1 t-, all urits ";.I t ltf:i' l 1]i'i' o ll Ihat... ...r it,'.nrn quis to)!,Nlke ii'ilis ol the said filrtn or ny part -ththereof; Or At.lARTHUR lIR ESE,
caulse of eclipses. .awapsg not unknown to their ownaf o his power, he immediately becomes a tyrant, d ten ow hi "ile.. ...hi: ,e .,ia ,r the eqa to el' v \vhe'"*r th said fi\"e-nintlis are owned by other L. liLLINs, Atfy.
a~m strsin i{um im m aa sn ip a ai d se ts than w which no anim al call be conceived m ore foul of these provinces,. And this tile United States sir- tre ilo, de, od N% ill t'id'avo, ou"to give good s mtiM'aclio-, i
uts in an interesting partwhere Tubero is remind and loathsome, arid detestable in tile sight of' gods tpainolyaconthbowuedge ai rytinesbeweentheSpait)-, and -.reet[ h e ar Essex ,, hMarkehthNew-ir utnh. th2( erefa%;ourpe tioa l tilenaer s do no tsuow. Th~ey areileasre totae l ngilcopytNicle, htapctieonof h
Scipioonof' oisthe boudaryllittletween fi:e before under-re'ad menl : who, thoughtheebe in shapeheaemaie,"yet, Int eb 6t-Ifn,1011Nights,111" titlestheprecedingyisfaicopysw ll of presentednto th
aden:wothuhebeishea nyridaii and Georgia and which line was, tmoreover, ----.-"SpoeCutfuia~r fh epeo h
Ja `e ifhshai<' itewi9bir nder- effiercene-s" aIdllNCOnousnesshareffo quantitnofhiterst e] theperstns nter- tureseaCdortoomisudcaturewootherPeoleeoowth
val ed .studios of this kind. It would appearthat in the fierceness and hw inousness of hts demean u ', r un and under a h htar d force, expressly to guard a- The F all B red, Short H orned Bull D It L' '. e s t h sa i p m se orww Stt ee of N o fw-York, of the first day of the
"cipio in the interval had disavowed any such in- s r a s s e8id s e st u o h arh r g iust interference o il the part of the hntlians. 'The(, ....-. ;- -:.' i j,5't ,E wa q im~floril-il.f,. Io nl rs of' the residue and remainder of thT said pre- next teri of tile said court, 'to be held at the Aca-
tentiony for-, when lheappears aainl hie is matinglweh beu woerl tee ini ae who a d- at y saysoul d th ni be dispossessedl" ,I ... -, l. it, t i~ l ,,hei sh I at ,11- 1 ,ami nhe s,pauiclunterelste thee aotde v, in the towu of tca, nhe couto noel-
an efllo -inim on the ex cellence o n wad e-- kote's n c m "ino rg twih a y ofoftheir lands, (lor they halt a right to lands indivi- .',-k-., [ a lv di N w Y r e. .5 I o ,3 m u ~ tt i d o r p tto e s be ing d oilthe first M oniday of'August next, at eleven
ireply 17-ow it hat thereore more pas t I -who would fain hae e noting tos as- dual]bN, but noneare natinlly) big.....1will re-' ,wc,! i 1 stand for Cows at .1'.,h1Blew- lrs that partitionshould be made oflthesaidcl in te ittileforenoo ofmthe same days, or as soin
btire wereply. to se te, a_- alsthat th o per e ple in- sooiate him with hl e aeity of atn ,i, -,, __q '' ,, ilI '"** oeat N *""** lp PPithat Comadier mad be "P- jpter as c ;,-fiAt' foerd Pein pione
Rome, a mater ol muc more consquence tothe genera agree.ent prese.ve wit--. naiflis, thnr\Vordbridlaev *iealnii-dac .," Cal', if ,otra>s" tt,. Cofumisseinersireay obehap-11.ethev wilrevar poa, sc. a Lbe heardAtt aattoaPctl ppni-
them thand useful, t.,.he ._ appa.anc ose to w hio h pi munerate theni in Other parts of' ois territory.- ".-.hi hy, at t1(, eau ch Col, al l([ i .hh,^ $ i a O i pointed according 11a law, to ak pOt.tioul there- to will therepn ad others, u urw
has averted; and, on 'ubero's inquiringo what In the character of L. Valeri titusn .a' hnatoalawatslandl ,e r P'* h l alf tht i A r"t er "d lapl.iw
they are, answers that they are those by which beoratiusg tarbatus, we be hisfive wordsa(to- the fam ih rend-hl. :--' t- e oreir rcspee,_e rihts ed" interest-t1..,-..:... I.he Ia.e .. of the a Ad ,- 7.o ........I .:. ay 5I, -
ethey we ernt how t he coe tohe dcriptionc of thet "a luatlle e of n fre ,you(e subject in any a f h rn to hc lo lil of bc-oro the Jus ce o!-. U" people ...


there weretw isenawic Ie, and ahnost two people ind i "" t"e co'ci of ta" .rpr .~n-u -br Th f'o tat t"h e lrcl'n1 o~ul~olof Jon vresr o bextra comp --y wllai oil', I(Ive r cenntlo.. 'lbeam- sido J)oha lae, andl'all ant tthseveralAt o fther perso. d 2orst,rco &ham-e.
(hi hoed dos te ik rintlbitoryth eol, ti not d0r^oe u ude square, yin"? bnweu for c! h. '*0n'"e be 1mi f,, every P,, ie'.4isolah .e v'11 iw- tha "'ase" iad ,1"d pr\'de I,.1-' "I* IGS *B At'v. tor et ioner
thume ;r a mate of nlue more, conu asequnet h ias p laehy eand app rlehtieship, w~ and f| if | c ,.n;a ,,,str,,, befo re he .1, th re i ,,;.h., l. th, \\' n ill eve l lvula en tcHntan t- v~r pray & !;'. ,iueta"' s lse!;n.,: and others, uen kn own.c
thempe tha the apearal e of tnot suans in ahess by. wen th eir wisdom i,n the t ou ..i, 1of the pe alo gu, dei ndevdual gt fu i t f o the rm ofor n~orl Leha e I a 0 tieing:, i nito .Ih CIl. th, ir liili r.S." i7;!'', li cd m ,.1lh o no t, in lint indd- i, gVI,,IA.t 1^ nI().on\IA(t llarenuMt
Thso bsmen r atonug et togte m an y wtraty thatevcrpit D d n otw c le tatniescappear y o, whaieh Ise aset t h oe C ,wo ,i a s seair pc o 'c haed w th a trc from h e iue.,o 1 7 rir vw s llv all\e ) ,ecu. itv gi\'e ly ol nter;.', o'n tlhe samepil iJa of\l~ l 1 A i-1u. t Dii,; an slml> thownom :b; olh Be el icc othe p eople trh
wouy co untfofnldto tha tetnd co incipo of poine c y, b'esionn ting;. absth a ct" u n less ther be st i ,whischubl b pe- ldanb wl l udntiie with i e hi s o,, [ f ,,, he ,i. ,, ";I ', th l c iu l*" th at0 ea !'-" l~"gl" ", .o tiratn ssel the be heold s,, ,;ui an3( |qm bend e adure V.r "r Tla o r eii
]oeThenw eatre r oind hes bj of gothent degalou, tanis tr- of, r ghtmoue po.,iet mandedt s th at i thredu thiods. relation, oai"ie the palrs;t.(t ndrians. frm"v,1'",, '"'' *uti" '-;,.oain iite and d auatfouheshprsnnghci t J .AT,,\ t ernev f be p aettiotms She cr is i-gnorant u" dte. naer ,our tle of th-
cAflicanus begnsd b popular tare all lisblecesr to beetii po er enough with' teagistc e s, authorited this iseat olirtary, eglete groi stp tof as -, eta- cmlyw the a" bqi'i, ve.1,.,*. c ndio.. Tr Joh Chpp a 1 nddCor!o atle apond ever otle Co~n rsson-!l.i.j di te'rneo/ted, samte reoanig ndvi.
deqafined whti iofw hhisbuttspa ; andc council oi th trea ine pa Thentui, tlatd liberty in e of d eindrirmtanes, atprigith wheihr arenm aqat-lTe i<...sl.,su.n .Mooc ,u l,r ios el,'nw,v,firo do'!'- o persons i:toredi the pr~yr ofllscs aid l thet n p-,t, o'; ptitesid: tra ( orlote o. ]'a'ud sm,ad ofnno
"hIs the cdanes andt lie isstldes of. strales, tosetthe e pepe it is"' no't posi\ trg waste to oe ser,- ednis, hainbend au con"calt o theilttr firod ewi ell. In1 !t\ Nohe shortvFivnre hornd-an l Jv hen, ieitrTl-u' aed. -Yia wil e~cl.!!vo tke ;S.e thata t-vrr;emra e r s eii zed io tlbe ourt.eAadt io ecr-
aey tonder f cir cuilmets, hn e out i on s whicnar hl.un a- cd ~3"'b ot k from r ol t n dc h imans.' yuh asl earlis n eh tdin~gas, o tlc end ars apre -nties hian ed hobvtil di liry lt'lj ilia, Kr eil-ril t dr nd dinh \,, f H, i ll.,'- THOnAS n. iiM GI'T .. .. I r t el ,;,1i oi3' etitidne beiueti;ed a desib d einousath. at parmtitio sheou, hldtb
ithus: Thee part buaws a oko, o nte"-c t f*rel nw wrag ents to thestowhird snd ppichd will Eangdihod s, epaindt h bes of.- i y hine ]"* .'an WIL;A wa KOMAG byM Lanaser ot'thi, sold aan hui- rv la h
ven eu o tale of whrese ttem prehen, ise ao'o"e copy.e whel lie lhad got, them. Inu thea clink an ivn. endsrdt on u t nd. 11,Mi 7 in -'l 1;1.! A .1V m if a edivided by"jh co fmn tore hu d e.
"Areoimpnigtomonderathi theafiir oursCle, and tofl fn books r.c oe-i-,';,,. io .. n tusrned Tnl ey lman owiiirl house ;rmising tha Ithanetigobeir.I C~l' sat., th; \ .e 'i,3 f,, ,,,,,,1 uh-a,1 seale to YAhe h ouu rnrvl i,,r 1'iprio nours. appit d abv th i idysl acrour]tt betwenher acvndthe'e-ou
omenecs abrought togeter in ta irciny ofythaem, i du""un "cwb rmh Iannu appasthi ve beabet hoe oray witha whonume wthe thadntrd, lity cho e a or"'; $131 t","''het wa 't;,"''v a.'' l t- ) ]lid-, olw:!site ayo n'u nc .-.n tert pesontoaie m fohe sd to n ko wn e the hinmh acut
mybe, bustthoe ah sse otmoly ofa mutiue atsstatedmn Iu th thir~lld, -xthe s peakers were engagd and la i- Thet hous ofantou, Leslie a ud Co. stiand r-;it; c,>c~hratd it"'rnml ,h soh at i'r (' ('o. -\' n th m.eun of l.-- ori their Cor nrct-pe (Suha, coulin e about o thousand in ur-
byt onentdowe riht an fcomunt itteson efdiinte et. edsio ont* ^'*'*I the abtatpinep fh juterlicwhs speoe tahga i dentified caretll thpo istory ftlhe pr mi-ci.a s,c, iR the^ \ear lAIt, folr I'. lsu of l(,fl(I g "du 'H, .-o th'rate as couse can b heard ^"";.'11f an au~n- T etk rendnd of gtto o vernweal t,w ic regalts arisom 0- 5/ t" hi"du R p ~ et ha C ios e erosu oie to h~ic s co aG drea s, l itai, oneglecatedn step o ito r as go f le rIn- \; '. 'li^ t.,.. \\',li ao b 'y M C'' J, e ; Iri :,i Cour, tb the appoiutmee of" Commission- i ,.^er .*~ will r:.e inte. re aiin undivvl
"Inthei ue hangsmd ble issigtudetse of. sthes therehewa wllliu to^ **' tatesfo tman, muhe i asnohe., eiarlies geetins, ot he lniasreledt lesi1 Foah, ra-etthanqdillity byth prc- :l;;lO';,S ;B,"ie\ le^^,O.;; ,T.,\(H' t ]^ titi''er taciug deiru tha partitio shu. beR
aend heut ofas tae to be oresre e the whn t heyl.' fouthec book the do vream l biou t red obn v the m n c;an- aou meu liivurc wistht their t fSpi co:il ,,;, .l iiH .er .......... ."""*'',** l"["' >" .l.t nin^Ll ~o, ^ ;Un~,.Iiu


If there is _uch a th1 net pLt el 1 in s con down to ..S .......1. ;i other T ey ad sivcral eo aroial e-ablish cnlti in cur: I a -1-v, I -s< -vI ol- .l ....- s s:tl l ] ir l l i n '1, i
"tng b salu axion, inpolitics,e ll, nu lsT hych province, -d were alowed to ipnlort arilles c .i ... l.,d p a l e a, t
annel's"'C tl I 'Iliil!O h : ,.a !:11id, !I ~, :de t hi m .til ad N'otice is hereby givenlto allrpersonshaving-ally
Ave takeit tobe the t h cou tainedin this last sell- Tile editor hras i'lustr-a I tle text with notes, of oenlnierc of every dccripliKa,, frne, of dulie.s, r-I"a" tu *I "1 t i aI't, which i*" w,.l* ":li V l(ta/ i l,- ltr p ,t, l o el. lo. of ie wti ofthe riaht, title, o r interest, in the o anfore mentioned
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fenced ; a d to the authorities referred to by the which are equally e d table to hiis dili,'encee and w heu l,-ei:Z,U goods w ere so) strictly firbid, tlhat to "a y I" lr i. hw-rel l i l havl ls c *-: ; cr Olb" ", Int .t eie 'l l-t! h-' ," I ,!o : soo dlen,,"debt- pt'totir l,o of lh dich ther ae is a Copy, N, ill bet
editor inconfirma'tio ofit, f1'm ile -writings learuiug, le has further endeavoured to supply 1)e llnd iiitvodug'a single pie" of l,,. ond ;>,.l ply Ile ele : tl' U bs di db pi o iwic lho "o ih ''1 copy, will be" l "l't 1 t 1 h dnectc a
ancientsArchytas, (inllStobts,) Aristotle, Plato, some OF the deficiencies; inl the J)ilogues lbyex- h haves ,@ctelbyvthcilews of Spla 0 uy other r: ..... ..pt resntetothe;d10stinesorthe'Ipeole hestt
Pmolybius, and eituos, e oftwio o addoutof les tl1ts ho aetantis, Augutine, Nonius, and perion 1,., the p,1c1ll]y of'w',.i.in ,il nfin-s lo s 1 I '. ,'a .. t' l, t'i p 'sol w W lht e e1 t1 Of New-York ofthe Supreimle Court of Judicature
Algfmderns, those ofdtwoy only-- acchiavelli and other writers, by whom they hiade been exilailcd life. They became tlhe sole. i:pnlier: i-Ml al'ieles liHic l)..l-iviut,. eil ,lll'iln :--,Mr. ligalwlcl Took, 1',tr, 0 l ,, t kw ',Jl,.ilo s c; tit ,I" t tt1r, tw:io b d and Ilit o futile same people, at thete Acadelny in thle town
Alernonn S idey. i"orrferre d to in particular passages and wurds; blt wanted by tie l overn ntet, "arrison iuhaibitants I'J Bri '-lrc-Krct ; .\h'. l"olert 31. ltujcll, ,i'.l .'.tili- uil"e** lie It'(uIi'n ;,,id d., ,cn ";re h s dibts \v il of Jic: in tilea eoun y of Oneida, o il the first
H'. -avendo quelli chc prudentemcnte ordinano candidly owns his belief, that there are yet other and Indians ol both provinC es lIn,-,[retl ;- M,,IG. l 31ert Sl r;, 3.I) .I...i -slrt ; Mr, thr ee n %.ni llbs ;i[l-" ti ls notthe ,fsui h se*i;ire, :ull .Mond:iy of August next, on tlle opening ol the
l .,g' c oo' i t q u st d ife'1 '1 tto -fu g g e n d o c ia se u n o r e m a in s o f th e m to b e d isc o v e r e d in th e w r il in g nf D u r in th is I r -.Tili y e. ia n "'e o f'p o litic a l a u d c e n ( v!'h ,, l 'V t 'e ,l_ ll' i la' i" '1 s o .' *7 *' nii' 1 'lll- li 1 atRu o h 'i I,: ts 1 l la te r tl'\1 ;lhy 1" "' 'l 'ts-l c ou t b Ih'u'd.,, o ;s a n don a ppc re aftic wis then-
,it quest modilper"SCstesse, n'eless-ro unoehe par- those two fathers of the church. Muoh, however, mcrrill lnertan-Cl, thtl 14':bad ereditl C ge r- c'.l-1;'rd ', 1.: I;IhristeN. *'- 7 S 1.)e-,t,,r I acLidc1 of' hi dlJt:tA. I )Alt Ay ;,r!., aliach. ,dter ci> be dicaee in the aI appoiatioen ofin the- '
l b ci p t g uid" eand o" o" i fe ,m e p iu sta as w e resp ect th e in d u story an d eru d ition w h ich ally and large ely lt ie !n li 's f h th )rO V i t eis, L t. J;: u I "d 1 ;1 wif l -. T l 1i^ '' b rtt', lN o a t.Scl.n g a nd\rerv -L a (, a d ek e padrayer a p p oile o <
,,ip, porche lPuneguarda, l'altro, send tnl uno me- have been here employed, we should recommend that time a numerous body; for tribe'Safterwards, Al orders lt;1 at hishise, No. 67 31,, IY- ..h r. .- e.- acodilg lo the prayer of tlh e sait
'snla ita, il prinuipato Ii ottinmlti, ed il governor the printing of the f'agnmcnts without any addition, shut into Georgia by the boundary line between STRIIET, or at the o)Ice ofthis pap,"r, No. Ju Wil.- -iN '!`A "._Tl .--iA sTeceived, :> ;uiti sup ,,. l".el .-'-!.dted the fifth day o'f ilay, l%.
,',,lare'" Discorsi, I. i. cap. 2. and the dispersing, of them widely through those that government and thie Floridas, traded to their lin-street, will I inpolptly attended to, and dhe o' [Ile Pe ;o 3.' 6 4.2. aid *t-l hicn widt i oil .r.ORG li.A
"Il 110fould unlertake to sny thare verr wal;a afutons oi tlic continent of urope, v;-hifh have ,v.;torus. Ann, preferring, as a matter ofa cl mmzo- work d ionein lle besIt ntounirtaI dn tile most rca- stamut supply keplt. .IAS, KiOB;hT.-ti',0. & t:&l. C. '.. /". *r petitioner
sonable terms, jail 3- IV Zn3 ;ii Cliflstlcci, i) ay 1 l,t, ; "",