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Title: New-England palladium
Uniform Title: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. 1803)
Alternate title: New England palladium
New England commercial advertiser palladium
Alternate Title: New-England commercial advertiser palladium
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: June 9, 1812
Publication Date: 1803-1814
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 21, no. 20 (Mar. 11, 1803)-v. 44, no. 52 (Dec. 30, 1814).
General Note: The phrase "Commercial advertiser" appears within the title ornament, Apr. 23, 1813-1814.
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BoSTON, A.\.SSA.CHUSETTS, Publishd- by OUNG & INNS, Congress-Street.


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TUESDAY, JU:'E' 9, 1812.


(Vol. 39.


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Canal Notice.

TIE proprietor. of the WIc ofrllo..kr
S C.nil ,,' ht.. byv notified that Ie.. Arrn
MA-i.oe'frlt b- hu'ldrni at the h.j; r *. io- '
B 'rr Innkee;i!t in 'initirlt. or' WEi % NV -L.N.'D
it. i ,' y i ,f J e nexi t nFsc t.:-is5k '
AMl- t; .3J01 HA 51 GII.Li Ca t

ow Canal.
T HE P'nnru-ito, of fR.j'i ,i'-,. are hereby iol
S fil'r h f t hi h ,r A.'rs 1 \i. .t!'s will be hold
at theDwel'ing House of BENJAMINGAI.E. lI
bolder, in Contcoid, N. //, on THURSDAY,
ijleventh day of June next, at 10 u'elock, A M
the choice of Officers for the ensuing year and
itansact any other businestl elative to the cone
iS. r.j, legally come before them
By Or'der ofthe Di sectors,
WM A. KENK, ctlek
Concord, N.fl. May 21, 8slrl
NO IrCE.
,r-u'f Copartnership hetwet-n the So
Ssribers, in the Bu1iaoss of Brokerage. and
the Finm of BELLOWS e .L;, HRNM4 is thisd
islveV be miu:t.il connset Ai ri ,-n.rr indeb
to ihe said P.ini -h p. ,ne qu.iLed to rhake p
tment toW"i C "riAN.i, who is authorized to
ceese, he s.nm ; and atl person b,sir.,: demands
.r..... se sstnA toothesaid CocaaAn for cetlement.
JO3SEP1 BELLOWS, Ji
,o3nt.s. May 23. WILLIAM COCHRANr

r WILLIAM COCHRAN, Conti
nes to ITrinsact the Bainess ofi Broker, at No
State str eet
Wanted, a few Shares in the Mdissach
Isets aud Bositon Banks. ., M
Copartnership Dissolved.
"'HE Copafrtnerhip exiitinz betwe
1,Ut.A I EWME'N, h W M.h li kers andJe
eti .-, lIii ,, 's i.-.l,' lv. r aT rpuu I con.ent. A
':...srn. h-..ng terminri .-g.,nI.- ,Md Firm, are
S ..,'e -it p e. -nt ire-. f.- -,: lirient ; ine all ib
sons in)debtel, are called npon rto ',.-e mi,.i.
'.ii, without further nlit.e, ") J'J-IHL
.1 *\'e.. at No. i.i-, i, who is authoaii
o settleL tie accouta .A u -lid IF .
ELA BUPNAP
Ju-LHUA JA.l'MIE
Boiton, Ju.ne, 5il2.
To the lionorable the Justices of rt:.* Court
Common Pleas, to be golden at Castine,
and or the County /' t ,iiitr,,ack, ozi the i
can.t *.,.i i t ,4 ~ ~1,, 0 t. year of oC
t ,/ i!,,.rs ,aJ.h rd and twe)e :-e
T E Petition of JAMES DOUGLASS,
Casitie, .i C.9',, v.rc, ck-ni.tn nd Lyr
DOUGLASS, W.fe o; he sit. Jdat.nr, ,isi t iter are.
restedte, as teisntos, in common with divers persi
o your Petitioners unknown, of the i il,,;, ,
scribed Tract of Land situated in said Castine, a
bounded 4s follows, to wit : Southeaserly ion la
of MaTk Hatch; Northeasterv on other land, i
property of said Batch, which was formerly occ-up
by John T..I *-.'. h-. i- ,*.. M.j,.bigwads
river; a;nd t Itn-e -.t. I M e', Cove,socall
conrlinnig about s'x-een acres, mioreor less, bei
a Le':ofLza,"f)"ferioe-at icr b.o Soltmr'M A r*
deceased that your Peritioners ire desitouvlo" ho
End enjoy their pail or sh ire in aid entait in sev
alt, being,thirween forty second parts theeof--
They therefo e pray that your Hoiots waitld on
partition thereof to be marie, anI their said part
shaie thereof et COff and divided from the teit, agr
ably to IRw of Whis Conmmonwealth, in such ca
miAde and provided and as in duty bound will c'
pray, JAMES DOUGLASS.
he,
LYDIA DOUUGLASS
mark
A true Copy -Attest, JAMES THOMAS, Ci

Commonwea!b of MassacbuPetts.
[HAirfO.tK, SS.
Circuit Court f Coninmn Pleas at Castine,i3l
Term, Anno Domini 1812.
ON the Petition aforesaid, Ordered, Th
the. Pet-iioaers notify all persons interested' there
ito appear at the next term fithis Cburt'witlh is
beho den at Castine, within and for .the County
Hancock. un the second Monday ofAugnst tiext,
publitinog an attested coppv of their Petitiornt
this Otder thereon in the New Enztand Pialltrdiu
p itned it Boston, three weeks successive,', the1
publication to be thirty days, at least, befn.-,re the
titig or said Court, that they may then and there
pear and shew cruse (if any they have) why
prayer thereofshould not be granted Attest,
JAMES THOMAS, Ceirk
A true Copty-.Attest,
June 1 JAMES THOMAS, Clerk
N OTICE is hereby given, th
the Subscriber has been duly appointed A
ministrator on the Estate of
SAMUEL CHAMBERLAIN,
late of Boasin, in theCounty 0.o *.s',i. P'hysici
deceased, and has taken upon h.rs,.tl hL.t trust
giving bonds as the law directs. And all pert
having demands upon theEstate of the said SAMU
CHAtMBELAIN, are required to exhibit the same ;
aI; persons indebted to said Estate, are called up
ao make payment to
EBENEZER FOX, Adminiistrator
Boston, May 26, 181 2,

TOTICE is hereby given, Lh
Ji.t the Subscribers have been duly appoint
Adm nlitrators on the Estate if
AARON NASH,
are of SostQon in the County of ,effaik, Cordwaii
deceased, and have taken upon themselves that tr
b. giving bonds the law ditects, And all pers
Ihvingedemands upon the Estate of the said AAi
NASH, are 'equired to exhitit the same ; and
5pensons indebted to said Estate, ate called upon
make iinmmedIre p'. ment to
MOE.S N ASHJuni ? Adii
ALEXANDER NASH, Adminstrato
M eP .s6

1 OTICE is hereby given,that t
a Subscribe: bah s been duly appointed Adt
isttitur On the estate of
MAN-THA ATWOOD,
l]teof Baton, in hr, County iof Suffolk Widow,
cedsed, atnd has taken upon- himself that trust,
giviitg bonds a; the law direets. And all perts
havig demands upon the Estate of the said ies
,md, are ,equird to exhibit the same and al
sors indebted it .he y;ain if.ate, are called npots
makepasmaut to BRADFORD LINCOLN,
May 26. Adminictertor

TOTICE is hereby given,that ti
._. In o'seiberhas beet duny appuirted Admin
irattO tu the Estaie of
AARON DAVlI,
isteoffloston, in ithe Cout of Suh.tlk, Msrinet,
ceaed, arsd has taken upon himself'hit trust, by.
ng bonds, as the iw directs And all pe-sons hzy
,i-'nands upon the Estate of the said AAhON D
VIS, are required to exhibit the same ; and Il I
sons indebted to the soid En'.ate, te catied upon
make immediate rpa'ment to
WtI.Li M JONES, Adminishato
Joiston, iay 26, is tis.


S ;.a1a~-utsrfr lrrtlQaututT, have expeedd, in fuch might conflict, to Mffer
S 'piri,,.,es ,lom each. It, however, the erchant
....- .- ..____ sinds that any branch of trade in too hb.zard..us
t '. UR.n it 4, to bE puriaEd with advsurart, htitio .u piudente
lIISRDAY,, An i 4t will induce hm to relhnqual. it. But I ihnk we
Sn a w- w, rAeprr-e t,.reluce the fu now an haveno reaf:iunable motive In j ,n in th.a ru-
r rbireed r e p.ll, eritd .we, and to- o,-u.r conficR. and 1hu 'mae 'hole Prirce, who
Sn .rr-w atLr.-ed t.r a. third F~Ai.. We cOn- hazara all rb, r dear to tbr iuotJ s,. merely ro
,., "h .t'le'.:s or hr5 bull to be to redre te diplay he.,rfpr.re or irtify their reverse. We
rern.rlcerntrln. Fulls over 65 and under A 1to be mn.y ptiblty be engage here.fier in jull and
e .unrIted necEtiry wars .,l fel-.defiace, .ni we hope never-
Mi F DI.' U I to be engaged in any other -- urt fo long as the
den FRIDAY. JUNE 5 People are united .0 a ifetdl,r.. there is no danger
nrl ii'tiTrs. Whrmn," ;Warte of Wreatlhrri, and ih,,I arny foreign powor will tbh k of reduc rg us
the B.i. ev .i. W'icaffer,were apponmed a committee in to ibhir demomoa Thi, feicur.y will be dtrmn-
for' ceniiti''ei txped.ency of palTirg a l]w, uth ir..- tied in the fame proportion al ithe violence of
to Jug ihA'6Iapremi Court. or erihfr of 'he Julticer party increilea" I.,r a Siae with IEh m IhtLrf.n r.f
eta of i Le'-'iam, to tilue 'heir rtier to fame one or m.in may E., cocnq.ered ai easily as one with *i,
more Magillrate ,su the- laeeral ,i-ca.:. s, a inquire thousand, if the people re divided, and one half
of perfois committed for trial for bailable oti'.ace,. are willing to aflift in fubjugating the other. Such
and on due hearing to admit rLe ams to hb.l. dilptrfitions, Iprefume, arettot anywhere cherith-
.The Legiflaure meti ', Convention, and corn- ed at the prefent lime; butt if rithe Ipr of dif-
pleted the houicoe cf NGTARIES, wise. the fol- cord hall increase and 'i.rnme more exasperated,
b lowing gentlemen were chofen : we may hereafter be a. tIran. ic Wrh p.-liou and as
de- .kte'u County--BeiiJ. Allen, Cornelius Merchant, blind to our own intev'eft, as thiofe nations .w!tie.
de' Samuel Claghorn. governments have been fulwer;td by the violenceI
tad Ltsoti-'Wm.n. Web.,. Stl Tinkbhi, Joihn Lang. or treachery of their.citizens.
ay- doon, J...ob Auld, DaviO slt's, jid, Dtaicl V.,' ,Ii, It would be difficult to enurerate all the ntis-
re- J..cb Ludwig, Naitl. lonituli, G0.rge Reed, chiefs that flow from this spirit of party. We
S James Drummond, j'r... have feeo that it alienates the minds of men from
,bit _Hancoc-Moody Piflliuir Phile-HM Wafhburn, each other, and has a tendency to excite the
Jedidiah Herrick, Armon Pa ti. V. m. il M oy, mofl malevolent psilic.oa. Hfl'ory will inform us,
Ln. MNJci F Jaidkinb, Geo. Hertherty-Jobn ergeat,, that when under no 'rilraint. it produce. C;V;I
lr....Jil Iir.,dge, J *e.ph Tyler wars, and terminalts in.-.rhe defirutlion of fr-e
A n./',-l-ie-iel Wili,,mq, Nilhl Pertey States. Thefe c.:.Dni italion, have L.,en fuggefted
in- it'jjrgr.i-Peter TalbhL, jr. Jhob D W,.fl',a, by reflecting fmn of ill parn.es : and r seems 'o
John C. Todd, John Btcw-r, Shuab.el Dwnrs, be thedutyof all, as far .as their influence ex-
SJfrep P .ao VW.n. Catiobell tends, to prevent an increase of 'the ev"il.
.!. ri.t -V,arren Pefl.i, Noah Barnes. Nothing is of itir.re import.oce to'taii purpose
T I'./.li-Nd.lil. Rugglti, Nathl. Amta, Eben. F, than ajufl and impinrtia amtnillratibn .ifgo..ern"-
Th,.', riom.s B:urL.e. mneut. The prinucplei of tEqaiy and juflice are
cumbitrland-Ebea. Mayo, Samuel Homer, Dan- the foundations o lfociery ; anud the great end of
ie) Tucker, Ed. Ruffell, Nathl.. Poor, And.Dutu- government ;, to provide ita' every nitlren hall
ning, Jofeph C. Boyd. have his :rght. But ,P in miriking and execi'ting
ew- BEr1,1,j--Ambr...fa Er..o, Henry W. Dwight, the lha' we difria.td she rults of equal jullice .
All ri ,.Ae. lHayao 'if we endeavour to elivare one porrnr-o of the
re. I,.t,,r,-Elph. Ht.yd, rEljih Alivord. commIiunity and. deprtefi.n-tiher, we lofe fight of
.,.t heotjvct i,.r which we became united, and ren-
Ai After the choice of Nolaries, the two Houfes der every principle that can be employed in the
Led diffoived as a Convention, but contit,,med together Government of the State of no effect except fear
in receive the communication of the Chief Magif- and compulfion. In fuch cafes the people never
trite. Ar t o'clock His Excellency came in, ac- obey but wiiht reludlance, n.sr fl' .ll we have a, y,
rrnmpined by the Hon. t'.uatll, and attended as reafoa ito complain r they are in-rac.able. We
utu,.l, and delivered the following are as much bound to prcicrvetheir rights as they
of to obey the lawt : and until the.r Ipri a are brok-
-'SPEECH e they will make continual efforts to recover
se- Genaleas ,ofithe Senate, and what belongs to them; for i is not in the nature
e Geentlten fthe isuf/ e f.R atis, of Freemen to lublmit wttnhCt complaint to un-
ur ,qnal regulaliont.
AS I baveyAot been engaged in the public bull- Our.f o forbids any ezluge preten-
of aefs of the State f,,r the laft five years, and had no fions to the honors of the State ; every claf' of
,A expedation that I fbould again take a part in ad-. min are entitled to partake of the fame advanta-
mini ons mention to the proceedings of the Leg-ilitute. or right is infringed we may be fore that feentiments
de- any" public tranfations, than my duty a private of ifconrcnl and asutiofirv will prev.il. We
sid tii-z required. I am therefore unable to lay be- ought indred to seledt pirfio of b.lirty anId in-
nd ,fore your he f ate of our affairs; or to fuggen lor tegrity for public employment; but if we make
the your consideration thofe fubjedts of particular i-. i a ruleto advance only our political friends, we
ied tcreft which in other circumstance mighi have tall becomete L I,c.om .- a party, and be incapa-
uce occurred to me. But I have no reafon to regret ble of prefervintg ot.h -.- ,ty and moderation the
ed, this inability : federal ofyou, gEutlenien, in each rights ofthe whole p .. -1 I, Monirchiea the
ng Honsfe, have been many years employed in itge P,,iee ,. hif,'.k', ,i-,:f :wer e" MAth. feraint
,, Cu .--...rr.,.i 1 Twilt redy dl .. aka meatf-. -of honor and --..ice; le, iheretuore, thinks himself
old uit., ,re oncti-arly for the gener.I g..od. authorized, in appointing hli fubotiird.ari officers,
er- But though' I have no particular knowledge of to reward the attachment and purchase the ut lunile
the late Legiflative proceedings, it is impoflible for fupportof lis adherents, But in Republics the
der any member ot the State to be ignorant that a People are pofreffed of the fovereigo power ; and
or fpirit of division has exsted for federal years, aud Legiflators and Magiflrates, elected by them, are
ee- has become fo prevaler, .s to diminifh individual bound to employ their authority for the common
ses bappinefs, aud endanger the Commonwealth. benefit. They have no right to consider the pow-
ver The opinions of men are as various as their fea- er deputed to them as their own property ; or to
lures, and there is generally no more caufe of corn- make vacancies or app,;nin,.s,, for felfilh or par-
plaint to the one cafe than ino the other. This dif. ty purposes. Should a contrary rule be eftablith-
ference of optlhion would haepe o f all were fur- ed, it appears to me, that political feuds would
k. united withthe fame evidence ; but on many po- be endlefs and implacable ; the perfoos in office
liical fubjedts ,i evidence offered to differentand their friends snd retainers would employ ev-
p rfona is not only diverfe but oppfrite. I would ery method to prevent any change in the Admin.
I unreasonable, therefore, to expect: that all iflration, while their rivals would be equally aflid-
flould think alike. If our information is wholly ous and eager to 6ra a change. From the fre-
a derived from one (ource, and that happens to be quency of our eleiron, there would fCarccly be
a partialone, ouopnions may be hone, though any interruption in thefe firuggles, and the longer
it si hardly pofible they Ihiould be core. they should coutiaue, the greater would be their
tit In fome cafes this diverfi y of fenatiment may violence.
rein promote the progref of uth-At leaf it may To check this party Cpirit, and promote union
s to teach us habitually to pradice that mutual for- and harmony in the Public Councils*, and among
bof bearaince without which focicty could not exift. ens Fellow-Citizens, much may be done by the
nd Bt the danger arifes from the warmth and eager- Members of the Government, as'well in their pri-
i nefs with which political difpues are conducted. vae aa public capacity; and without their influ-

last On fuch ocafious, menare tempted violate the enceandexmple, ao attempt for this purpose
s.,- rules of decency, and call in queflion the re&itude be e a a fo t
5 e m eote- will belikely to fucceed. By a courfenof uniform
p- of others, merely because of a difference in judg- and impartial condudtwe may perhaps convince
the ment. Such offensive imputations are injurious to the peoplethat our attention is employed for the
the peace of the Stare, and threatenits future benefit of all our Fellow-Citizens, without any
prosperity ;-for if party abufe should become preference of one part to another': That we are
general and iodiferiminate, we hall lofe one of folicitous to eftabli(h a,.,juft proportion in their
the moft powerful motives to meritorious conduct ; burdens and advantages : That of whatever de.
t the Virtuous and vicious will be placed in the nomination they are, we will life to their com-
tat fame light, and men of uoblemiflied charad-ter will plaints when they are oppreffed by the officers,
Ad wifh to have as little concern in public affairs as or injured by the meafures of Governent; or
poffible, that they may preferve their reputations. when the laws themselves operate unjutily ; and
When parties are numerous, the individuals of- that thofe who are moft diffinguithed for abilities
ian, ten appear to be but little apprehenfive of re- and integrity, and the merit oftheit public fervi.
t by proach ; they are apt to think that the rules ofcewibe appointed to office, without political
cesR willobe appointed to office, without politrwal
ons candor and even of truth mnay be dfpeofed with, favor or prejudice. If in this way we hall be
uIt. in propagating their political opinions. But able, in any degree to reflrain therage of party,
and though the difgrace of each individual may be o uc or will be enoaapu the s
?on leffened when it is flared by many others, hi ourcce will be encourage
personal guilt is the fame as if lie was the only court fe.
S offender; and the example thus furnfhed by af- luh our public tranfaclions and debates, I prefume
mbers mu hav4 a pernicious influ that we Ihall carefully abftain from consenspin-
ence ,on themrals of the whe people. ous or reproachful exprefiono, aid whatever has
eat caoul he mrals of the w roe people. b a tendency to irritation ;-for we can hardly con-
ia Should we ar any time fuffer ourselves to be ceie how much evil may aife t he comun y
nted influenced by a spirit of party, we hall be in dan- rm ,c ire how much evil may asife to the comm at
ger of facrificing the public good to our own at- irod might feens too inconfidehable to be re-
tachments and animoficies ; and hall be incapa- period might een too considerable to be re.
net, ble of difcerning the fe that may be made of couarded. And I hope and tru, (hat in our inter-
rust our own precedents againt ourfelves, We may co urfe with each other, we hall exemplify t he
nst our own precedents again i ourfetves, We may gentleelfs of manners, the candor, 'benevolence
ons efiablif rules by which we (hall obtain a mo- and coudefceonoan which are the.ornaments and
ROt mentary atcendency ; but which in the iffue will ba Uds of society, aud which tend to moderate the
all prove injurious to our own interest, as well as to zeal ad conciliate the friedfllip of thofe who are
to the peace and order of the State. If the party op- of different sentiments. I am the more confident
pofed to us flihould afterwards prevail, they will ir thefe expedaaions,as we have only to'exercife
us. be tempted to retaliate with ocreafed feverity, in the temper of that Relgion in which we have de-
hopes of mere durable pofl'ei.an of power. But cared our belief, and which all of us profess to
it is vain to exped that in a free government the eledr f u p
he predominence of party can be preferred by dif- C* CA EB STO NG .
inugenuouas means; or that the peace of the cons- CALE ST O. LG.
it munity can be maintained under retorted njurtea Counacil Chamlr, nfune 5, l8SI.
and provocations. Such injuries will become more R. -.d andi committed to Messrs JACaso,
oppreffiee, and the provocationas more aggravated, of Eoston, ELAla, of e/cherltonu, W ARtE of Wrerth
e the oftener they happen, and, if perfied in, muft am. BaSter, of Wisctsset, and LAWtENCE, of
by eventually termiinat'e in ruin. Gro.:os
ons Thefe animofiries have 'lfo a dire& tendency ---
er- o weaken the State, and render us incapable of Br'' ein lhitumii. late- G,'-Crern.-r ,ir N.-n-
to elf-defence. Within a few years alt the Repub- Jern--, n irit, ,rr ',I ih ir,.o sa .ii,.,en o"
lies in .raps have become a prey to military the .n^ne tNa t Ns'e 'trk c.ry atda hbatbsur.
force; the People were divided by fa&dous ; and -o0o0o-o i
thaoe who thought themafelves oppreffed, niffled r
Se a foreign power in overwhelm, both their op- v2aibtia in Motion.
- i-refllbrs and themfe'ves, in one common ruin.- tall Satrday the quota of thefia(tw huniadrld so,
Their forms of Government have been exchanged recently detached from this brigade of tiatla cons-
for dctfpotifm, and their names are blotted out menced their march for 8acka'a Harbor, under
de form the lift of nations. the coamnand of Col. Clsrifoplher P. Bellhiger.
i Tie People of thefe Stgtes feem to have been eroriimtr, N. Y. fmhr-an, .llsy t8.
ing placed by Providence in a fritatitn of peculiar -1oo11)1-
A lately. Our territory is flBiiiiel:ly extenfive el- On the night of the Coth ult. the houfe of Capt.
p- other forfecurity or convetnitce. ,We are remote Abraham D. Quackenanls, of Charlctllowu, Mont-
to rfrim ilihe oationu of Eur'ope who for severall years gomery county, New-York, took fice, aedi uatfor-
Sliave been involved in a fatal and exienuive war. tunately Mr. Qi-ckenbuAa and his Son Vincent.
r. A.s a commercial people we hlve had intercourse aged about, 8 years, wete coofumei in the fliames.
wll i oli s hiem, andi as usuitral oatiOn amul i Tttr rtmaits Wire inei'd odi n ihc 2.a nih.


CONG R ESS BY AIL.


HOUSE OF REPR ESF NTATIV ES.
FRIDAY, MAY 29.
Motion against War.
MR. RANDOLPH faid he wifthed to make a
motion of great importance to the American peo-
ple, relative to the Berlin and l.Ihu decree He
contended that the decrees never had been repeal-
ed. To eflablifli this position, he read a number
of extrate from the correfpoodence,>f Mr Ruffell,
&c. He faid that the orders in council Were not
the only caufe of difference between the U. S. and
Great Britain, aa % -. % -.ntI- iI'liii'p,,led fr c lat
our g.irver.,rnet, in concert wiih ril, i a F' ..r,.e,
demanded alto a renunciation of the Brhiflh prin-
ciples of blockade. He ripreffed his firprize at
the change of fentiment which had fo suddenly
taken place, not only amongft cabinet ir .iriilrc.
but members of Ci..r cf:f f re rlhe arrn.l r.i
the Hornet, it had been ctniltnriv IT i-red that if
the did not bring fomtething /J.is;,. .n our favor,
from France, we fhouIld affume warlik, attitude
aysnil.(ther as well as againft England. The Hor-
net had arrived wrilr.ut hri;-,uo anv thing farvor-
able ; and yet the ronei :.f .rflltng Frnce bad en-
tirely changed or rather ctaltd, fiaoe her arri-
val. -
The government now talked of nothing but
war with England. He affected, that if, after
islit I-.. been ften and beard, fucha war should
be declared, it wnuld be proc.t p,:,i..re of the ex-
iflenceof an undue bi s '.ward. France, and would
brand the prefet'i admniflriarson- with everllting
infamy.-It would be in fat a war of alliance
with France, and not a war for commerce as pre-
tended, becaiife the great commercial fates of N.
York and Maffachufetts hid pro.-e.'ed agiinftl foch
a meafure in the mift painted manner at the late
eledtions.-Mr. Randolph was called to order two
or three times by Mr. Calhoun, on the ground
that the question of.war was not before the houfe.]
Mr. R. faid, he found this interruption arofe from
the pinching nature of his obfervations. [He was
again called to order.]
He was proceeding, when the speaker', on the
fcggeftion of Mr. Calhoun, declared .liat it was
neceffary for the gentleman (Mr R ) *" flaie the
propofitiou he intended to IUDnm, 1o ihe t..-uie, in
order to know upon what ground his rematsk. were
predicated,
Mr. Randolph faid hei ratended to fibmit a re
solution declaring it was inexpedient, under .cifl-
ing circuniffances, to declare war agiuoll .Ursai
Britain. ',
The speaker faid the motion muff be fubm.iedJ
in writing.
Mr R.ndolph faid he should do fo when he had
n. luIt-led h.i prefatory remarks.
The speaker decided that the motion muff be
Cfubmitted in writuig before Mr. R. proceeded any
further.
: Mr.Randolph appealed from the fjpeaker?' deci-
i'on.
This gave rife to a debate on the point of order,
in the courfe of it a warmth not very honor-
able to the character ofa legislature of freemen,
Mr. Wright, in particular, pp a.-ed higitl, itd'.g-
nant at the infinuation of Mr. Randolph, that the
national councils were under Freach influence.
Hefaid the charge wair unfounded, although it
was made in 'te presence of a privileged Britifha
fpy~-[Mr. Foller's Secretary] who, he hoped,
would not be permitted, and who, he added, asufl
have had fome intimation, of what was about to be
brought forward, or he (the secretary) would not
have attended. Mr. Wright denied that there was
any French influence in the houfe any more than
there were French pies, privileged or other-
wife.
Mr. Randolph (aid he had not charged the houfe
with being under French inufloce; but had asa-
ferted that if War shouldd be declared under exift-
ing circunmflances,it would be proof firong as
holy writ" that fuch influence did exifi.
The queflion was then taken by ayee and noes
on the Speaker'a decifGon (above mentioned) and
it was confirmed, ayes 67, noes 4%.
Mr. Randolph accordingly fubnmitted his motion,
which was as follows : i:'efolved, that unader etifing
.iroumstances it is inexpedient to re/fart a War against
Geat Britain." This motion was feciaded by Mr.
Lewis.
A motion was:hen made to adjourn, and lofl,
yeas 46 nayss not counted by the Speaker.)
Mr. Randolph was about to proceed in his ar-
gument, but was interrupted by Meffcs, Calhoun
and Wright, who infifed that no dfeucfion could
be permitted on the refoiution until the houfe had
agreed to consider it.
The speaker decided that the gentleman (Mr.
R.) might proceed without putting that question,
but afterwards declared that the question to con-
fider the refolanton mull firft be put. Mr. Ran-
dolph appealed from this latter decifion, but in a
few minutes withdrew his appeal.
Mr. Johnfon again moved to adjourn-loll.
After fame further debate (or rather confusion)
the queflion wasLtaken by ayes and noes on coa-
fidermg Mr. Randolph's refolutinon, andiit was loli,
ayes 37, noes 7Z. 8o the houfe refufed to con-
fider the refoiution. Among the noes were the
reprefentatives, Meffra. Little and Iv'K.m. Ad-
journed half pall 3.
_-OoOOO-
MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1812.
MR FITCH presefited the Memorial of about 3o00
ofthecitizens of Washilgton County, State of New-
Yok.expressing their decided disapprobation of the
restrictive system, and of offensive war. Laid on thdi
table
Mr. Newton presented the petition of the master
of a Spanish vessel arrived at Norfolk from Tenetrife,
stating the tituaiion of that Island. Laid on the
table.
Mr. Cheves presented certain resolutions of the
citizens ofChaleston. S C apuroviug the rrieasurer
of government., and pledgrig their lives ianrfotnres*
in their support Read iid laid on the table
Houw much to the loan ?j
M, Quancy offered the tillo-ing: Resolved, that
S coominstee be appointed to enquire whether any
alterations are requ site in the several acts relative to
Consuls andVice-CoBuls. and for the further pro-
rection of American semen, nod that they hrve
leIre to repat by bil or othelrwie. Adopted, aid a
committee of 3 ordered. .
The house in committee of the whole, Mr. Nel-
'on in he chair, ona bill for the relief, protection
and .ndemnifieation of Ame-ucan seamen.
The committee rose, reported progress, and had
leave to sit 0gm,.

CLOSED DOORS.
A Message was received froma the Presi-
dent of the U. S. which was declared to
be of a C NFIDENT1IAL NA.I'lE ,
and the galleries cleared and doors clhed,
1-4 past one o'cdock.;
-0o-00--0
from thf/e Baltimore Federal Republican rJ
the ,llo'it01ng o11, '/., ,..,, June I.
lThis day the President will send to Cut-
greos a A'lessitges ,,i'.,... a detailed sate-
aent of oiur .r/ii-- -'.":1 -, and to-morrow
ths Citnmil.tte ot Foreign Helaitrns wiill
report a DECLAi{ATION of "'AR.


r~-V -9


AAA


'tI h r'LE r I',,N MilS.22.
By a perfon from J,,r. Brkeley, we are
informed chat,- in Tnefd-y night laf, ihe heafe ti(
Dr. Ware -firuted in toe Parilh, about 4 in-lp:
From town, was burnt to the ground, and (hat Dr.-
Ware unfortunately fell a victim to the devourng
element Noi p4rt of the budy has been fu.dj,
except the collar ihone.
Ef~y.--An Effigy was found yesterday morning,
ftuipended by the neck, in front of :-he Exchange
in this ciry-it hang until about 9 or ro o'lork,
when it was taken down, we ui1 i, ird by-order
of the civil. an..., i Ti,.e 1, n_, .t is a ;d,
was the fuhflanre of a label airacherl to it~r- fo/J
S'ii r a Brhitj: aientv. w/io ssoultd f/hi:s, cosuntryfdr
,.* r J"' We bluth for our rciy, when 'we'
Sr.:'- i it coataina wretches capable of fu h
jd, i-.iii conduct. Courier.
n f. '. r J '.i s trr,. lg,.- ll l.lJ u S C>t ON-
Tr, i11 0 ag 10 t o-,.. i ,-, ortbhat e would
fell hi satlion/for .'r,. ,.''
-wOO. -i'-- ,
CHAPLiSTON, M Y 23.
,7'. tI. ,,. I ,,.., (;,. ,., a py, PtA : '/ '. I-.
w h ; n. ... i ? ,,. ,n .i t r L ,,n r E it- i u ;
.,p,,.f.. I.. .. .;. .. n -vho, all-m F.ijrd or I ,.o
di, I v'. .*'.* ,hat time, and now is a.t P nil.
nev'. Il... I. i, i:i .. f the cr y- r- ro, ur,. i.,-.
i, I r-iNL.JK wi not appointed with his own,
content a iViJmher oi, ,his Cornmi- ee ; n,.e tiulOa
behave any knowledge of their P, oceitugi

From. a Jama;iaic, 'Vaper, Maiy 4.
It is affliried that the N'AtI Commandere n this
farion, had fome intimation, tirrough Mr. Fo0er,
that ;he American government .'editared raking
pofeffion. of Amelia Iflaod, ;ii 1 o. ftqr.i t
which, Sir Jamne, Lucas Yen, rot. '. h,. ,i, fl, r,
trigate Souhampion, was ordered, v er he.i I lihe
fleet under his convoy to a certain latitude) to pro-
cead thither for its proledtion.

iNs W-YORK, YUNE 3.
The Documents--Have the government sade an
honefi publication, or a partial rn'utilated flate-
ment ?
We a(k thbisin the name of th 2 p 'opl, hec .l'.,
We know that our Mmnilter r..,. ,. t..is le -
ters to private citizens, by 'h. t.: .nt, xplicrtly
pretesti againft a war with Englnd. He confid-
er. it would be very wrong in this country.
B2altirire Fidslat Gas.

Public COvioni-.3i.sr.; he rr.iny valtimpt, ro
prevail on Town iNi,. 'i .,,s r. tl ier .iniimtlr..,,on
and urge a war wiih euglanrd ,lae, r,.r-e have
fully succeeded, except the attempt on a por:ioa
of the Democrats in Piladelphia.

By the arrival of the feb. Firptv., :n 14 days
from St. Cro a, we lears, that Flit ..a,. at Twio-
ty-eight Dollars per barrel, hbut a "*t ./ thar, pays
embargo.'" Norfolk faper, Mlay '7.

The inhabitants of Burlingte "eu- .r',, at a
pubio m...eir. io0n the a6&h ult. .rnaii. i i ce-.
f.l. ,J, It. r itc reflriltive and lib ,,-g t, Aiue,
huve bezocrtau- to tte orat-* -. r'i c.
their bell interefrs, and oughtuaat to be perfever-
ed in any further. u
And that the war measures prfuued by Con-
grefs, are againfi the uriIrt:, wiel~.eaud fente of
the jieople of this country.

Extract from ai anddres by the liev. ETHA
OSBOrN, o/ Ae16 -..ier,'ey, to a boud oi re-
crwuts/for the U. S. Armn.
What a grand fpe6t.cle A whole nation of
Freemen,with a population of more than 7,oco coo00,
riliug in arm to vindiate their jtuf rights ; and
what is till more fublime. to accomfply the derteae of
Providence ihi revolutionizing and re'orsming t4e worldd"
-o-ut) -
AUGUSTA, MAINE. JUNE 3.
On Sunday laft Mr. David Cr-ig's barn in this
town, was flruck with lightning .anu almofl entirely
deftroyed-Upwards of 30 oleep in the barn at the fame time, but received no in
jury.


MARINE.

At Cadiz, April 23, Nelson of Boston.; John, do,
Johnson ; Two B others, Berry, do.; G-nr Put-
naim, Nash, do. from Alexandria ; Augu us, i Ih-
fromGibraltar for Bosn in ship Mon g,.m ery, Cur-
tis, of Kennebuok, from Norfolk ; Virginia, Hill.
man, ( harieston ; a Newburypo-t ship ;- ch Mlary,
of do.; Treaty, Gloucester. Bg Mary & E, is,
Parsons, sailed the day before for Boston' Flour 19,
Sch Susannth-Lucy, from hand her's Rive; fur
Charleston, w5s spoken May 31, tat 39 ;ong 72
B ig Geo-ge, Gratmmar, of Boston arrived at Co-
run.ta 9tih A pitl 44 dvs frirom Chriiestoun.
Sch. .eafTower, 'Farley, atrrsed at Cliles,on 25.h
Uit 15 adis from Boston
Baig ibi;al, Brke1, to days from Lisbon, in bal-
last, arrived at B l.tiniife 3 Ist tn ; also, s,h lex-
antler. Foster, 7 days f,im Buston, and Spaniib sch.
Joseph, Gomas, )4 frtom Havsaa. Schi lnodepen.
deaes, smith, and LydA, Bears, cieated same day
fur Boston
Ship Glide. Tucker, for Salem, sailed- tiom Ha.
Svant May 14
bch Rts ng States, Daniel, has atived at Balti-
more in is days fom Havin,
Sch Ann, B-rw, 12 days fion Kingston (Jam )
ind sloop Ulive G1dner, Al f onm ?auniuket, ,r at
Chrtleston 22d ult The latte up for 8ls0oi 2t h.
Sch Dah, Smith,lrom Smyrna, 75 lays, a(sved
at Philad d inst.
'Ship Messenger, fi n- Malta for Halifix, spoken
off Cap t ie Gst Aprmr 9.
A ship from Newport, was at Ten*riffe April 24-
Sch scytheiau, of Portiumouh, from New Oilcans
for St Barts, was spoken 20h It "la, t Si3, l-n 67.
Sch. Albert, Hazieton, for iusin, ci. at Phtlati.
2.1 itist.
At Kingston, Jamtica, May 9, brig Vnl'an, WVds.
worth, otr Boston in 4 idays Fouis oi dols. ic 8,
stave. .o rnd mtoo o her articles risirg
Buig Hatiet, Leech, for Boston, up at Chalestonc
25 h ulh
Seh. Union, from Amneliaatised at Monrego Bay
Mao 1.
Jamtaica papers to ithe '8 h its hsove been reciedri
at Chai leston---hey merion ou ut iwo arrietls f oa
thr U S
Shi) Ce',-,, Cailonrot%, of BOr;rOtB, 50 id. friotto
l.atilrhn. aid sch Vr'nus, Tate, 8 ftrom ti ania, an.
at Chrrleiton t,'lt uit
Scl Chailes iveis ,5S d'ds f.m Host a, s'i, i ed
at No lrik i9 h tilt -. iip R lItl, M oterV. i: rti.s
fare Lishoi fi1 Citt Plit.i, wi llim tior .arIs.
br. W., httrgtoti, ut hofl.sr.ont, cee,.cd at N
York 3.1 in;:
t1.'rrtt V iu, Triucima.,anir.e at A'ex idsi a st
uh from Potlhid -hch Packet, B.x:e, cleat;e

Srh. Union, H-tll 7 dayis from Kennebunk, iand
Joseph, P ent s,) itrui Po;ttnd. t.,ni'crd ta b l.l.d-.
tatI inost
Sch. Fair Play, Foavu's, of Bath, 14 l.a s froal it.
C' oix, n b,.ila t. arrived .it N trFoll b h 1 ,j..
bhip Ant' lo- e frn lthodte I l.tin rt s ,: -'. .
\ < w,:ouiiii a3 ll i t -km S3. i.,,!., 74,


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Political M iscellany.

FOR THE PALLADIUM.

Sober Thoughts Preparatory to a War.
NO.I*
WHIAT are the duties of a good citizen
in ca.sr, the exit-ing rulers of the nation de-
clare war ?
nre bhis.; '- rmi- to, ]. r., r7 them with
aill his energies ('i'.'i .-,, whether the
war le offensive or defensive, just or un-
ji.r.t ?
.Is there any distinction in a free govern-
mnent as to the duties of a citizen, whether
the rulrs for the tiimei being, declare a
war .- ,ii; the wishes and interests of the
.people, or whether they are urged -to such
a it eaiure hy the gt ner. 'Voi. ?
These questions hare occurred to me at
this moinrttnt, when we ire assured, that
Governrriuet are about |declaring a war
agaiutst (ireat-Britain, which 1 deem both
unnecccesarv, unjust, and highly inexpedi-
e. ; rand I know that nmy .*i.,., i. that
cx the great mass of the people of any
prpprtv, '* i, :41, tr, of both political
parties. I -.h ill ii k.. this assertion good
in the close of my rem.,rks;
It. is well that the character and situa-
tion of a writer should be known, when he
undertakes to ,i.r .-r. so 'i, r.' -ii, q Ii.
tion, itn .rder iti i[ it ma hie :esICl i th.-r
ha hI' arny personal motives or interest
sep arate f'.ra that of the people.
F first then, I .h.ve no interest in coc"-
in'ree- T have no fear for iy ships or
minerchaiir.iize-1 have no property;-either
in Gre,.t- britain or France-1 a i not in-
flu enced,.theref,,re, Irow ad. .d of offend-
i) eitlher of those nat ionst ad of provok-
ing thleim to con(itiscate it& property. I am
too i ld and too feelilc,/o bear arms, and I
therefore neither .-r '.1 being c;illed into
actu itservice, n.; ,. I ai.-h afterthe hon-
ours ff te ter. :' IJ i am-a plain cul-
tivator of the ar'5, but I have some inter-
est in real e.t e.in our metropolis, which
I admit wilt e exposed by a war ; but
this inlerest'is ofsnail account, and would
hlot tfn : C my judgment on a questi n
in which o v country's rights are involved.
1 say notiait of i... .. a,-ity to judge
upon this d::ci'ion of .uy readers. I can only say,
that I hive enjoyed all the means ordioa-
rily possessed .-I. fti' ate citizens in. our
frie and h~pipy e, -it \. I have not been
a stranger to public .,,._i., but 1 have
iong tot e declined themci liom the minrti-
fication I i, .o felt at thl prevalence of a
vikrA ot, ..*'. I:, i.. and persecutiuig par-
%" soiri.
I shall not go into the extensive field of
the justice of i i !i i i ...... war. I have
gtaid that I am wholly o'piosed to it ; and
alhituogbh could assi-n a thousand rea
soans, ali .f which would be sufficient, yet
f,,r the present I shall confine m yself to
that -: ",'i -. *.. t. by Governir
FT ro o.a. nd ivwhich is worthy of nil praise.
"* I hb'litk." says that vitrable magistrate,
'' thit 'we ,a,. t uv'e no7 rreasonu'b.t ,iotive to
i i : .:.* i uanus contest, and thus imi-
t.ate t *- ;rir! s h hazard ALL tA rt rs
dc.:r ( t/eizr .,iilyecti, nmetrriy to display their
spirit, or granliy their revenge. W\e may
pos.ibhly be engaged lht'ireaftr iln jusl aund
neceswr watrs of ts/f-dteancc, and we hope
iever to he engaged in ainy otiir."
It is plin, from this passage of '-'is Ex-
ccl!cncy's speeel, th.it he considers the
proposed war against Great- Britain to he
f.urnded upon no ecasonubtle motive-that
the c nolest in which we. should embark
would be a rmnus ine-that we should
bIazerd ;ail that is dear to us- and that tile
Ciiiy wars in which a free ard wise people
siunr.d embark are those iln Scl'/-dr/rie.
to these opinions HisExcellency ii fully
supported by that learned, pious, anod c.l-
ebliated Jurist, t u;o G 'rl us, the most
emtninaet civilian of modern times-a imritu
whonm G.,,v. STRONG greatly 'rese ibies ili
his m,'dration, his love oftjustice, and his
learning and piety. We sh !! have occa-
sion to cite the opinion of Grotius when
v e come to our main question, whether a
good titizea, is bound to support his rulers
in a wari which he believes to beiunjust ?
Ve shall it present quote lis opinions in
favour- f Governor STR-ONG'S .sentiment,
.that a war f self defence is the only one
tu rhich a wiae and prudent nation will
ell eark.
We think it necessary (says Gratius),
to prevent miistukes, to give some cautions
on 'i,is subject, lest any mai should think,
thl-t whionsoaever le hath a just cause of-
fired him, he. is bound to make war, or
that, t least, it is lawit fof r hitm so to di,-
whereas, on the contrary, it is for the most
part n. ,. li mure pious to remit somewhat
of our right than to endeavour to defend it
by a daigerousa war.
How much reason hive we to forbear
the prosecution of our just rights, when
they c ia:.ot be obtained without the efftu-
sion of so much Christian blood, and tlhe
destruiecti ,n of so many men's lives and es-
tites, besides other mischief's. which war
usually brings with it ?
For the necessary defence of our liber-
ties, our wives and children, we may law-
fully make war, but nut for suici things as
are superfluous,or which being lost,do not
much damnify us."
They must be great matters indeed,
that, should so .far provoke us as toi
undrertake a war,especially with sucih poteit
di'/'/nes.
We are not so much to consider wheth-
er we have been justly provoked or no,. as
whether the injuries we have sustained be
such as will balance the eepence of so
intch blood and treasure as will be ex-
pended in a war for satisfaction."


Peace (says St. Augustine) we should
tno ke voluntarily-'aVar out of inces- it."
iut then especially may we tnnike. war,.
ahen wie ,ave god cause to hope,that our
enemies, through fear, or the famnie of our
victories, will be ready "to yield, without
ainy, or very little danger on our part."
([rutius de jur'ebelli etI pais,.
ftwill! e perceived by our readers, that
(rotius fully supports the opinion of (Gov-
ernor Strom.g, that even if the war be a jist


one still it ought not to be inldertaken t --- -- Latest f Eastf-Floridat.
ess in a case of emergency t.nd in se/-de- 'iE PALLADIt;\L -
fence. Wau ought also to enter into the We Were yesterday favcurec with Savannah .pa.
calculation whether tie object sought for i' EDpUts to M.i rh
y the war wilt 'overbalance the expence OSTON, ''UESDAY JtUNE No itadin tihe f.m. hi.-h h been
and evils incident to the maintainance of ------- --* <: --: ee-- -- reoeatedf .published,th Fre., r,, M,.l',,,n had
T- orde.-ed Ameria and Eat-Floridt long since to be re-
our rights-We ought to consider wheth- LAr'E FROM ENGLAND. stored toits oarers, it appea s by n -official article
er the contest itll be an equal one, or from tire ainerican Commnider in Chief on that sta-
rather whether we are morally sure of ohb- We were yesterday favoured with Len- ion,(Goe. Milch-1. or G.*...... ) dated May o0,
training the object of our catntest. don Papers to April 30, and Liverpooi to that colony the geg -on hefuture. occupation of the A-
The only legitimate object of war is to May 1. n, an rnmen annef; decean of time al-
lay _rrincrsan Government ; and in the mean time all
obtain redress of our grievances, or to de- In the Hrouse of Commons A P'I 3 Mr Whit- disturbncee excited by any party would be sup
ft ni our rights -tur.s-_lalli when thee, ai'e bread -read the P:esiden,'s Message respecting Hen- p essed by U. S. troops "
airn '.-I. 11 the proposed war w i such as n's iffdr, cndu4e ri'ia.t-. whetrhr Government was- On the 17h .bout 60o men made a sortie from
to afford us hut an equal; nm.i li more if it privy to hi Lord Castle e;gh neplin.d St. Augustine, attacked the revolutionists, and oa
-r s bu i that the Miitoters knew nrohieg of Henry's mission bliged tncm to retire leaving their canip equipage,
affords us but a smali prospect of success, till it hd termisate, and rhen considered it:an r, 40 stand of arms, &c. It is sad Gov. Mitchellsup-
such a war cannot be ju,t.lfi.. rend :-m r,;- .. ir-.r ,..i,at.,n and took no notice of plied the revolotionists with other aims, and inhend-
It may be justified -..iarI- our propos- t.as rg .1i ,'-. I ar.] a hat the letter which ed sending them .*r. i6:,1 pieces I is a chancei4f
ed enemv, hut not towards our own in-' m" 'ions a acpher t be furnished, was not among the Americans are no; fouad there by a-British and
ha i 1..- blod and tres- Sir J,,mes Crag's eneiosues to Government, and Spanish force, and expelled by force of arms, from
happy C izes, I., blood and treas- ,that Mnisers knew nothing of it, but what they a country into which the heve itiAruledin time of
ure Will be expended in a doubtful or fruit- s aw in the newspapers,. .peace wih the powe, o which ifbeirugs.
less contest. Lord Halland ealed the attention of the HToufe
Our readers will observe, that in this of Lords to the fame fu-je nt. Lord L'verpool, A petitione fined by many hundred citizens,
stateteit we have gone upon the lpreguAlp- for himself and others, declared there never had for a town-meeting on our public affairs, has
tion, that the war would be just. been any attempt, defign or wifb to effee& any been prefented to the Seledtmen.
V'' Ii .'.-, for thi. -,t,- .,-f argument on- feparation or difunion between "any parts '.of the -oOO-
ly, admittJ.the ground takenby the hot- U. 8 or to '. rnt- r,,j f- 'it,,is. c.,n owardsthe governor Langdon hais declined (landing a Canu
he ad d-a tkesground tak ytheht-iha G-vertmens of that country ; nor had any indi- didate for the Vice Presidency.
headed advocates for war, that Britain has v a been employed by Government on
given us just cause o/f wr, though we deny uech service ; that the employment of Henry I UM ,:.E OCIFETY.
thii and .i',, ,. r 'ie ir,,.iern-4. t., prove was unknown to Government ; and his engage- The i,,,il *I --:5 oi the Humane Society
Ili t she I'- .' ,.I-. i .....,-. "Lu th 1 ques-- men t by Craig was merely to obtain informa- will I.. h1 I f il,, i-I \\. atr4 o'clock, P. M at
tion returns on the statement of (-Grotius, t;on, and to which the adminifiration was not thb 'r 'i Prayers will be re.d by the Rev
and tflt **,;it. i... if ~ r .. 1', 'nt Governor privy .- IM. CA i', of Boston, and a Discourse be delivered
-1s.at i .r I -. I-!,i ..- Are our I;0 April 19 the Britifli Parliamentjerrtli-nItoa corm by the Rev. Mr Corm F.MAx, of Hingham Several
ietie., ..1,1 ,.,.- ,r..I h l,'dr, in jeopardy nittcafihe wiol tn hert.regernta of the Peti- appropriate Hymns wi be ang by a Select Chot,
iei n e "i or J tioner agaiaul.it. '.-rj7 nt. t oCouncil. accompan,ed by tihe Ogan, after ,hich a collection
in t -t we do not enter into the war ? Are Addidniial Petition, with numerous igners llead theforthe ben.irs of a,, in stu pwonckhich
-We threatened with invasion ? If not, are. htlvbeen preheated against the Orders in Couan- has arieen lhe mean of inrig tre apparently dcked
the evil. of whichh we cormpl-in a..itst ci. minne,, nder rraninaihg the apparently deAd,
Grert iBritain, to wit, the in,,,..l, tn of A anib have burnt the fanory of Wroe and Tire fliends*nf hum.nity.'particularly ths ladies,
a 'ree trade with France, the prohibition Duneroft, about x3 miles from Mauchefler, Eng- ae resp.cfully'inrited to a:ernd, and aid in promo-
to entcr ber' ports, (there to be snhiject to .. tong the objects of this truly benevolen ai;d highly
con.fisctition or heavy duties, or in thie best Theonvoy for Qbec.N v ScCtia and Amelia, useful institution BRston, Jurr, 1812
bat-keafora ~in t-e best failed from England April 1,7, ha;kinitr -n board
posthe cae to hrig b a a detachments of officers atnd men hr a.'ie.no reg- A meeting on the aff irs of the nation was to be
asilk;, and r ibbands, and brIindy.) a coasid- n eatr he d a a a e s.
eration sufficiently r.;,, i,. overbalance The Britfl, Government dilralls the inten- he at Savannoh M y *it
the certain expenses, atd calamities of tione of B.irnadotte-and an intercoure opened lore 'P? of italthe t'rench have ceased tto. vi-
war ? with Ruffe is to be carried on without the mer- olutcour neutral rights, required by the
i.'re too we Ic hI ask, with Gr6tins, is chant veffel stopping at a Swedifh port. act of ( congress .
the contest an equal one ? Much more The Chnceilor oftihe Ex::hequer said in Parlia City of ANev-Yoiik, sr.
cofidently may we amk, have we a moral at Ap'l 29, that lhe thought it impossible the George Frantz, mafer of the fhip Lydia, of
cortaidentlyof success aah we va moral U S, could any longer mtirtain that the Bedn and New.York, and George Waterman, mate of said
certainty of asluc.ess ? Ca t we,, n by the o .-1-, Decrees were repealed, unless they meant to veffel, being duly worn, feverally depofe as fol-
fane (f our l:.i,,,,-:. fri,mhrn Ouer propus- m-ke common cause with France 1o0s, to wit : That on'the tweory-eighh ilay of
ed.cl iemy into out t,-r.,,. rh small dan- In theB iish Hius.eofLordsApil 22, ihemaJor-' April laf, at nie o'clock, P. M .being then on
getr to ourselves," or shall we, as Gover- ity against the Romio Catholics was 72 their palfage in faid flip frord Liftbon to New-
.Sweden demands o f Britain an France to be al. York, in latitude ,6, 46 and tr.-ide. 5, they
nor '"i ,,,, sa,',2es ominar nark i in a rui- lowed to remain o tu4ralti.RiN fnf i lSandey
ouis contest. l-i, I ,,.vel enduieas long as a Fren,.h privateershavebeenc arrieinto Sweden CORVEll TE. 'hat FRENCH ad fl Ldi ad wa
France and i -.. I I ichuise to fight, and by ship of war. CORVETTE. That the (id lip Lydia was
the issue of which must depend on the A plot has been di-covered in P,iris between some boarded by a number of Frenichlmen from one of
prevalence of the arms of one, or the oth. Cleiksin th eWr Depaitment and :he Russian Le the fgatesnd ithfedeponents and the reft of
eriof .etwo ntOe clerk ha, been sentrccd todeath, and the crew were fczed and conveyed to the Comn-
er,0ft itose two coiteni~nlg- ntirtioia ?' another tired &c. modoree ftigaler where (hey were detained about
--Itis sid Bonapire intends to open the whole three hours.-That the Froachmen were PRE-
----..r. r, -",- ~ ; range of poris fom St.Malloes to Antwep, for trad PARING to SCUTTLE the laid (fip Lydia,
t ,wi:h England, instead of tli' late license trade when rhe faid George Fran-z mentioned, that he
-- --. It is repolte!d tl, France hisdbclel teaithat she ha il ad that day fallen in with a brig which had
HtUS.SE OF t 0'1' [ n ENTATI V E n. o objecnonto admit Spain and Portugaal aspairties to ilrokea a Britifh 74, bearing North Weft; din
FRIDY5 negociation for pea:e, understanding they will cede hearing which ihe Commodore immediately feat
FRIDAY, JUNE 5 to Fance all the Spanish territory North of tho E ttfea deponen s and their faid crew on board
M LMOtRIAL To( 0 NGrI -EbS. bou thefr own ihip (the Lydia) and dif'tiffed them.
e o,dte of the day on the Petition to Congres. The Englifh will not confent that Franre f(hall Thefe deponenrs farther fay, that while on board
in Cao- of 'eace nd Commerce, was taken up A hold any territory fcturb of the Pyreunes. the fad frigate, they were informed that thefe
dcl.Tek ensue,, tichn eonnu-d tollnt ,st to t laid Bonaparte s 8 erioufly indifoofed, and veffela had been four months from France, and
o Lock po 'Ite w tke qr il ot tI l I that his phiicians have drc.ared his cafe a dropfi- during their prefert cruise, had captured and
-norual a..reported "as taken and carried -- catlone f'nkf"veral Americin a well aiBr'ttfh vcl;
YEAS 4.,6; oe funkfeveral Anerican as wll a Brtilh veffels
NAYS N 24 1 'j 66 rThe French Government ibas ordered that a that among the Amer:can veffels which they had
NAYS' 4 i nImillions oafraionsof foup be distributed daily in funk, was a brig from BIltimore. commanded.
[The memorial was publhied in the Ceotinel of the different departme:nts by Ciprain CRAIG, arnd bnund to CADIZ; that
aSuorday, asd the Gazette of yeflerday, attd] we 4 Among otm- rsousta ir u.-r. .. .. ..,. one ofthe Lydia's cr.w, who wa. acquainted with
hat prepared it fort ifrtioo, but are necefitared overturca cF, aceoe~ ,,ia. I' ,.7 n- i re Captain C- s. ,-,a informed by him, that his
to po" l it, to afor omfor te communica- to eonient to a cond;ermal revocation of the Ber- brig was SCLUi iTLED the DAY BEFORE, and
tions aind lietligcce received % .,1 J,0.). I:-. ,id Ml.in Deeree was requefled-by faid Captain Craig, to report
S'---e .-rriran Mefl ogers sfor Paris are all the fadt on his arrival here; and thIt betides
MONDAY, Ji NE 8. de aned at Moriaix; aodt no American* can leave Captain Craig; he'e were on board the fame frig-
A bill to chingc h- nme .4f Aruudeil to Kcnne. Paris without pffport, to emhbark for America., tee, about SIXTY Americans, belonging to v:ffes
bunk, w, read Itwie, and to mlorrow asigoed for --- wic had been Icuttled cad lfuk.
its ti d ea ineg Prices at L;verpool, Ap: 3o--Boflon potafithe GEORGE FRANTZ,
Te bIl exrmpeing certain polls from tax tion, 4S to 46, pearl 4. to 47, clover feed 83 to e GEORGE WATERS.I.N.
wn iricg, Oved lurur 74 to 76, (moi-r 68 70, rice 41 to 44, rofsn Sworn this 5h day of June, iSa2, before me
Renirhredr as the sense of is use. rht ,n 0 ta 29 umber Pe co- W KEES, Notary Pblic.
ent ed run act dtvd.ng the C;minonwmllh it- to on, inferior and middling upland rl to er, rine [Capt Cra;ig'i vefel wa called tie Happy GCouple,]
UD-ricts for the choice of Con e-l sai a rSentturs d oi r d 'f
whirhp)tas-el ii s 1t.eb1. i;2 i,,nj s l,uu o 003 to i5c tea iflnd oradriray Cr3 toine6k, S g--od
S: l ieb. i o t, pnl esf and flue sto to at. St. Simrons to S hip issachusetts, Ca e, of New Bedford,and the
our rernlh.-larn ir.iitu'i-.ns. ian. ndde. colour of -- a ,--- --- Spani h hb l'aiao e bo.h f om St. M.iry's tor Ply-
aw, g uu o hich moth, E wee akctn April 26, ,,hin the Eddy-
ws1 igor. usoi urto, ief peei, which l, iFf s.ua r 'A /f: A/I ( 'T GOiN'. stone l.igftI, re takoni ,aiae day by an English cuiter,
mP in. wi oiereuaie thCie e-inni;,aret of os- Intelligence from the feat of Gvernment is to and arrived at their destined p uln 27th The masters
t iefo', expenIent o ,i th e h.o I.iaa*e r the 4. h intl. On the af, 2..i, and 3dt of the monih, and c-ewi of bo.h vcesels wee carried off.
)d 'h,L BnT:si,;n bhoulld be im,-Ic bya l, fr -i v ', the Houlfeof R.prefutanaiives of the United States in he pit,-Ct, f -apt Lockwouil,ofr he Belisarius,
.Sienautori. Dr-trturs-to the end b.nt die rights and 'at with elofed doors. On the ill, it is faid, they fo he. cndemnition, it iss.,iii Mr 8arlow dlected
libe;,ies ct tihe Ipeo,l-e r-y be seiied, anid our ,e- were engaged in reading a Mcffage from the Preo- him to strAke out trle wpds for harng violated the
publbcan goventrcltIs pieaer ved. Ibelt up fur con- fident giving an ExpRfi Of our foreign relation,, Beclian n I Mlan Decs, leaving a single declar-
cu wence which was referred to the C immittce on fuch fuh- tion Of cr.n.!e:natitin without' assigning the reason
The hil to encour-ge noni romni'sioned offi ters jeCts On the ad, it is unsderflood the H.;ufe only g.vn by the Iruenct ..u'horities for it Adding that
and ir:ivates of the m-i,lii to ni:fo in aid "quop It a fluticient time to Irara that tht Communittee tithe effect it America wou;d be very bad !
'icthemelves, bh extmpflr-g them from the loll t,.x, would not he able to report that day. On the
| w-s commintired 30l. they afeambled early, ad ad they continued in WILMINGTON. (D.) JUNE 3.
IMes s Thbachbr f Waren, Cobb of Boston, and, Illian rt conclave till 4 P. M.- it is probable the Case of Seizure.
SB.i-ies of ', were, aoirn:ed ai coimm,te- Cemmittee reported, and the report was taken Arrived off New-Cafle. on the 28rh tilt. a fisall
i to crnssidle the exp ,!ien.-y of e oneavi,uing t, obiauin -into onficratnin. 'but ,ot decided on. Some ao fehooner called the Favourite, Tames Billie, mans-
i an aimendmlient to ilhe Corsrtui,.r of ler U to the federal members, it is believed, will decline i ter i uodera Britifflag and papes, bound to Pbil-
: tre ,,i ihbt tmax.lic rnd epescinationr tny be rr.,;,, ,l,e ,e Houfe with eued door, ; as they adeiphia, in ballaft, with paffengers, baggage and
jul andR e qua ly d edt t ohi utlio e e ',iot caot exipe& to produeany effeaf on the deter fpecie. The oaffenger, 1e in number, menwo-
Measlt Ro.e'l of iB 'W.lke, of L and Weld of mined majority, and their flatements and argu- men and children, who have efcaped with what
B.-of .. ,- oi e t-o, ,rrro' T itrhen aounit meats would have no opportutlny tomake a aiu- they could fae from the ruins of Laguira and Ca-
ne,, ,,nd a state t6f e p ceedin es chihave tary impreffin on the uli,.- rad. rarcas. Capt. Bdlis wa notr informed that the en-
ne hid ero been han rn the subject. which have 00000- tering of-the waters of the U. S. made his veffel

The new I solvent Law was ,in gated' bu af 'x'rct ofa letter .ian IFashitnto' .ne 3. liable to feizure, until he was boarded, while at an.
terwaids i committee of one member from each Our doors have been cl-fed for two days. rhor off New-Caftle, by an officer from the"U.S.
county wai apponied to elde.vour to devise a sys- The rell yon can easily infer. however, feel floop of war Argus. All the paffnugera were land-
i ten, hi w.tr d be acceptable the lcis fcrupulous about fpeakin-g of the fubjtd ed by order of her commander, and permitte'l to
The third peiding of the bill to renew vhechlarteri before the Humfe, as tie intention of chatting thie tranfport their baggage and cath to Philadelphia,
of the Bank-, w.- postponed nil to.mor-ow, doors is n't to conceal the i.-': 7 but to prevent except Mr. N Patralla, of Laglira. His cafh, a-
; -its being difcuffed in a public maoon..r. Thi's wll n'ounrting to 20.136 dollars, was feized by the offi-
SThe Senate have proposed to ame.'u.nJ tihe State prevent alt ditcufllon, as I believe it will be pretty cer tf tahe Agus, leinded and lodged by the Mar-
Conflrairion fo that every town it .1 ...'e oure much the arrangeyent of the miority, Federal tha1, in the Farmer's Bank of Delicre, not leav-
R:'presein:iatve, and it (hall require 5000 inhab- Republicans in particular, to abhtain from all dif- ing him a doiltar to pay hisa expe.nfes. The ficb'r.
.iants to enitle to two, and io on. cution, unlefs it can be public. How the v.e wvas removed by the Marthal to this place, soand her
I- ,---. O:.-- will tie I .annot tell. I hbd a lorg cunverfation frila unbent. This. appears 1o be a hard cafe oa
MteSaSR. vosN & MIrNS, with a war-hawk taP evening ; he iatye bout a to lhe concerned. We have made enquiry ar the
You area requelled to correi an error in tla a. believe he overresea their strengthh, out the CUtom-.HIoufe, and find thie the fe.zure was not
Lft of Yeas I Nay, given in our paper of this majority will probably he confiderabie. Thle made by the Colledior, or a her revenue officer
morng., on tihe ,cceptanee of the Memorial to war votes Nor h of Peunfylvania will not be many; authorized by law. Tli'e inter-eled are rnitu-.
Congrefs. 'Theearor arofe in placing ihe names fay New-I-Hmptuire 3, Vermont 3, M frichu- tin); an ntuary into thIe legality of the proceeding,
of MevIdis, .HALO.& Mrssy. nf Norton, among the feats tor 3, Connediictu and R. iictld none, N. iand il tme the public wil be made arquaintad
Nieer, inflead i Ayea. We fncereiy regret this York fronl I to 3. Of itue Members who have with the refutlt. Demo. paa.
miftake, 4id render our apology to the gentlemen, returned from leave ofabfenre, very few are for --onoo-
for rhe mMnentary pain they oulff tufter in feerng wir. 5 war folks, it is faid, choofa to ft..y at Baltimsrea June 3-Ar. Metffenger, Marrinque,
Their names among a party, who are either loft to home. Among them are Mcffrs. B-con and P--r- 1 KRebecca, B lIon; Mancherier, do.; Relolu-
a fcroe of the public iniereti, or have given up the ter. Maay of the Memhers now abfenti wnuld ihont, ao.-QCleared, Loraon,8t. N1lary's.
conirount of heir own minida ls aeellas coulciences. vote againfl war if here. Saver, itis utader- NEW-YORK, JUNE 6.
Monday, fun e 8. RUSSELL& CUT'LER. flood, is against the declaration. He and Ran- Arrived ship Lndia F,-ntz, 44 'ats fiom Liabon.
dolph are of iheCommicttee of F.reign Affairs. Left. the lirnsor, f-i N. York, ship Btruto, Bnuntr
"Wt.LItaM S'MiTi, Esq of Boston, would have As it refpeda the Rate of the war question, of Po'tsmou:h, and b ig Rockingham Bowles, bo h
I voted ti)r the mcnsoal, but was absent by intldiposi- a confidential meffage has been fent to Congrefs, froe Limerick, ar Apni 1l: Marti Yaung, for Sti,
tion. and referred'to tire Commnitiee of Foreign Re- Ubes, fi i wind; Nanc. B irelg.f, Giwav.i, ar.tlst.
"-"= ." "o me r ,.. .. lations. On this they have not yet reported- At St Ues. Doilly., Morrison, I'hil d min4 tls; ship
SThe drafted militia of the city ot Neew- fo that nothing has been done. Probably they Gov Giaod. Hu'ltberi. Aurlmae. off ne Ri,:kf f
York, areordei;ed to be immediately or- will report this day. What it will be there is l.isbon, ipake rhe-hip Union, bound to the West
garnzed in rvery respect, armed, equipped, dis- no difficulty in ... ir.-.." laltes 27.h, tt 36 40, wrong ,a -poke the big O-
i.-. no 8 ra


ci/piied, and to be i hdd inn readme.,s for duty
at a mornen-'s warning. Some of the inte-
rior militia have been already put on
service on the.frontiers. Tlow is it with
the drafted milltiii of' Vermoont, Connecti-
cut, khode Islasd and New-i-lampshire,
are they prepared for field or garrison do-
tv ? Does not self. preservation require
they should be made ready without delay
for tlre important task which may devolve
upour thenla. If Congmes.s prcI.ipitates us
into a war, we tmuost tiake our hoses and
property 'as secure as we C:in, against an
enemy who can iuamediately counmrsence
his ..|.-. u s..i .


Ext-nct ofanoiber letter fiom Washington, June 3.
"I cazn only say, we are con ioueid ina canoclave,
The- whole Ame ican people marst know what we
aie hout Wo, d Io He.ren tr'ev could witness
our doings, wlnchate n o b keot f iorn hemn pha-ps
fo ever, I mein the minwei of our acuons, the ef
fect w:,l be known .oun enough Widgery and
Carr have arrived uhis day We count now 1s4 oft

Some hapes are entertained of the Sen"
ate ; but uoie of othe H'ouse.
i'rrro -,
A portion of the minitfi of Nonrh-Carolina 'iA
becon rrdercd iniro ACTUAL SERVICE for ithe
defence of tbrl ,scac-alt, o: sthat S:.na, au purfaaua.e
of orders trorn the Secretary at Wir,e


M11), a5n aEI ir C z .ar M. n4i as i lIng.
3e, 3)o.sp kc st n Laura, 3a- ia-o from etlildletuni
for Te"ueiife -HMi 17, s- ;e- ri. g A-ie',. Butler, 25
d ,vs fiom Gottlenbug, with t.e loss ,f her lfoe.mast,
fo; PhilAdelhia. h
Also, oiirred, brig Virgin;n, Hall, 1i days fom the
C:iy of 't P ..-ni. sch V,,girni P;,.ter IP'.,n-,,
4S days f o:;, .. .. i G .nb,. A ic a ; Le' Ap i!
10, b-ig Hocest Tom, Edri'g, if Bo't.n, bound
up the iRiver
','so.' ,7r., Ship Crite ion, wVlier, i3 lays from
Cbu ie.tnn Ltuto, 1.. eti, 7o0 f um C,'ia bg
Hope, Posteo, nf Cohn C-d!ez.
atsin a -riivei, slo' a P u !cne, Huoter, 17 I y
foI, H-I.,iano ,t Quaanr(ie .-A apm iah sinLg 70
days f uni leiner.te a Span h sch ,.in 14 days torn
sou oh :c 4f Cuba
Big Pc.kte tig. Coffin, 57 days f aun M daifA.


Palladium TI :c ist.

SPORT O'' BOS'CTON.
MONDAY, Jun e S-Arri'vri, brig Cenpitra,
Corikling, Savinrah t-Ailed i Cy; 30, and btrrught
papers. to the g9'hi (the /l merican Patriot.) Sailed
in co With ship WrVm & Hen,'y, Hudison, ort oston,
anr,brig Fliz Lord, for N York-szw the former
off Cape Hatiteras 4 days out. Left, ship Belfast, re-
pairing; brig Benefaetor, Cu'h'ng; Cirolitie, VWingr,
of Rochester stsloop> Wmn &' Hen v, waiting freignht
sch Enter,'poe, Howes, do ; ship Unt rn, Lippen, to
days-from Havana for Providence, hbd pnt isleaky,
anil was going up the river aoth, and woulld hats to
discharge part of her tcego, to repair hrip Aote-
loTpe, Hopk ns, had arrived fromI Povidence, anm targ
Gustavui, Geeoough, from Poitsnrouth., bpoako
nothing The Spanish bag Maria el Carmel, forc
Co uina for Veria Cruz, arrived at Scvan-lh L8eeh,
reported in distress She h,-don board a large quail.
i- .-.t ro-i t,: p istols, &o. besides di g ods.tiron,
r ',.i %c .-nd was a prize to ihe Frearh prisa.
leer Dilligent, which captured her off Cape A'oonio,
took out all her crew and pape-s, and puta p rincre
on board ,part of whom belonged to the F -nchmen
u-nt some time since in Savwnnah -She wai scired
on the night of th2' 9ri0, in tha act of imugrirg tier
cargo on -hore, and which -was disch ;.,. into
the Government Stores Sch M narva f,1 huad
arrived in 17 days from Peoyidence.
,arire rday-Sloops Antonetie,Judsoht, c.ac. pr.-I
Lark. Goodrich, EastH ildAnm sch FA i. i y,
Penobscot ; Po severance, Nickeison..Ca;idre.
Same driy-Sch's Resoltiton, LinciIn, Wi:mi:ki-
tor, N C. a days; HeIo. Pat. Washingtoo,,i e.
16 : Alexande'r, Foier, Philad '7 ; Cornet, Howes,
N Yo k ; In -.' .r..t-n,-e.l'...'r, r N Loindon Eil i-.
ra, Seaver, ,. .' r 1;: -.,: I(. ; birg Friend-
ship. Trask, Nok, Norilk 14 sloop : ., .-.e ,
N York. Cleared-Schs fitv & -t1. ,* ..
Richmond G eybound, C li-. i -i :r '.. .. .,
'Thorp N Yoik.

Ship Sally-An-i, Iolme', 35 d'vs f: rn Li erpooi,
in hillar, rnvied in ihe B Y yes;e'da ,r, i.- ,
Vessels left at Livepi ol, .', 2 ,i.. :, ,, of
Boiton, for Norfolk, in diy dotk; Liverpool Prckett
Nechos, unrier where d ,; Mary & Susan, Wiis(,n
of Boston, f;om Chatlcsion, discha.glng Minserva,
Tott forBtisron i 6o60, 7 d1ys ; Union, Henry, uV
do waiupg orders ; Porwhaitan, He-rick. of Daxu-
r, fori Airhange!,in a fewa di.s ; &.a & D niet, of
do Smith, just :,r. ; M.i igete, of i'ornland, uncer.
"h-,e A:;n, of Portsmi,u ,, do Coces, Say,.rd,
fjom N. O-leans ; A mita, N Yoak. unc. wh ; Mit.
Version, Rtwson. from Savaan-h. jsi in. to sail far
N Yo.Krit i about L 10 davs ; (G alo r Tuk. Lorinrg, fr.
I- i Y'tk.ai Mly 26 di',charging ; Aiitornenea for
do. in 6 days; C reis, W itson, ofd,. ; d i.', .. t.
and suwarrow, do, ; last disch.'ging,; Swif, Hw.-
Il.nd, \ h.ii .i ;, a f .i .i T -i .'. N Y i .,
Sin d .-i ; t ,l',i';r to f'h 1,,i. ri,.. ;. ; ..t.., n
nahli do dsh.iging ; D 0mo, Miller, do do. and
ld. to N Otieans ; JAEon, r 'mr..-u.h,.A 1I...i .j ,
lIabelIa, for Charleston, cn ',* .,ut .d.... i .r
Globe, Craig, unknon- 24 PR cGi'vr Pr:-e,
sailed aboot ts days before f....G..,- t..i :i. ,,
C .mrn :i of Newbuvport, -l "q. i i.,. .
'I i ... hp rauT.nriah, for Chalestion. Mav I
Vesaels Sp/,kere -anl!y 5, off Wiite;fod, ship Stpe-
ior, of Philadelphia, 35 days from Savannh for Lv-
pool. M.; s8 at 42 long 53 30 hip Leopard, Cof-
fio, 30 fom N O'!eso for iro June. 9, 5 le frori
Koston Llght, w7s boarcded f,-om the U S b ig oau-
tiius, in pursuit of Briush meich.nt ship of 18guns
said to be in the Bay, wibh goods ont boa'd, :
Passengers in the above sh p-.Retv Mr. Fantis
Parkman ; Capts. JohF K ".;. k. kf N York R.
F Johib snn, ofi'. rn.' -., ; N -.' art. ilettn ; tr.
Isaac Waters ; od Mir, N P. Alinson. It the'
r,.' t I .S i. t ." I hij .j s. 1 t1 b ...,,. ,1
nich .i i -.:,,; rnd wife ts..u\ I;',
letterswe .e e- ..1., alsodepatchesfor goternmeti.

Sch Sally, Tarner, of Blue Hill, which h arrived
here on Sunday, in a4 days from Poft ao-piince,
w i lev-er-l- 3rda cad down to QuArantine,
C.'-.. I' ', hipp Dletawee, Lawrence, for New.
Ya k in lo diays ; ach ----, Gilbert, o uncer .
an hermniphodiie brig from Pariland ; a full-iigged
brig from i., .w;.; h i I i,. en taken by on- ..,fih .
tiphe's ciue v r. i -i.n l.y ai Enghish *.,D --.,
a!d gieh f I. ,,... la blocl;,dii r,.l I Ti -
bardmg Port au Pince, and tw* Engl;shf igates were
lying off here for the protection of heir commerce.
Brig James, Clark, from H-vn'r, went inro'
Qairantrne on Sunday ;, sailed May 14. Also, b ig
Wm& N Naney, from 'lsle r ..,
Died on board the James, r ,is, SBenja. Crowell,
seaman.

From a Uloyd's List of April 2S -the 17":h
eand 2'4th contain nobings neV.,
The Jarnes, fiom St Mart's, at P.irtsmouth Ap.
24- Ship Octivia, Bangs, from Chlilestion; An,!es,
Jenny, and Willfai, lngals f iom Cn r r. h ,ii.i.-r!
atdo25sh-Thle Jong Wilhelm, K .... ,I. r,,.,.
ton, ar at Dartmouth April 23s-'lt 'I ,1 ., .-r.n
leaff, fomn St.Mr '. and Mohawk, Whitten, fom do
a. at Chbatham iiG h ; also .the Merrimak and Pe.
noUcot--The Helarcules, Coffin, from Amelia ar'd
Patrin, Soeen, Cbarlestoa, arrived at Deil a6rh,-
Brig C~r[elia, Salter frm Poitliod,. ar atCoik Ap,
s ; ship MercAto,, Chuclhifl, from Wilmington ar
id Hantonia, aWhoaf, P<. ismouth, s3d.
irm the Papers.
The Ontrio fom Philadelphia, arrived at Cork
April 23
Ship Harmonv, from New-York, arrived at Lo!-:
donderry April 99
Ship Doris, Coambetlain, of Salern, from Charles-
ton, arrived at G eenock Ap. ii 1
The Mihawk, from Savonnatr, out i19days, was
spoken Mach iS, lit 3s long 45
The Fly, from New-Yoik, atn.ised in England lasi
of April.
A tloet for Amelia, Quebec, &c. sailed from Ply-
mouth, E Aprut 27
Lire'pool, Ap.il36.-The Moltawk. from St Ma-
';', h,-s ai. at Cha hm ; Prince Regent, f om do,. ast
Woolwa"h ; Thomas Gibborn., f, do at Deptford -
The Fame, B.rrows, f on 'a'. i.n,.. .n, and Venus,
OUkman f om Bahrb, at Dublin.
TlS Cou,,tes d'EmerHeiu Fench pivatete, off i
gun. and t i0 men, ipver >n lhe Mnrrd'terrauean,vwhiS.-
in the act of hrualing Ihr wind, n action with t te
| rinish s cep rf war B. later, and ^5 men pe i hed.
The lr.'rch f igari Merinos, pierced for a6 guns,
W (hun only e0 mouried, and lt imen ) has bea ta-
ken by the British ship Apollo, roff Cipe Corse

Sah. Cyro., Howes, 44 d.ys f.om S tbe, with
i the loss of her maimas arrived ai Chaf'ham en Sat.-
n-Bdric la t
S'h Fare. Simm,,ns for Boston, dropped donna
Wrtming'on Ricer 27 h ilt
B ig M..ine l.ovell, of Boston from Lisbon, arid
23 davs f-om Brinrisia, in bila t, pul into Gaudia-
luiupe April 12, fo' w;ltrr an I was no rut or the I4'h
frr New Orleans, but probably aiteied her outse
fur Havana.
Sioop Patty, from Halifax, arrive I at Prttsmouth
on Friday last, sai'et M1v 27. and we have received
papers to the 27 h Left brig Pleirdes. Back< of
Norwich, f.om Live-pool, last from Ba fati. th
passenger, sent in for having 6 o 7 more than il
tiwd by liw ; ship Amanda condemned
No vesseld at h' Vineyard on Friday last
Sch Rhoda, Crocker, hassrived at Newjport from
Wilmnmgion, N C
B ig Ann, rf New York, sailed from the Vineyard
a few d as since, destination unknown
Atn Wrmingion, N C M.ay 7, sch. War er. Lor-
ell, from Bostin a Betbey, Ca. dO : ,e'n, iii-.io.
nel dav. Sch Cutu bia ha sailed for Maera.
A leiter f om Corurn., Ap,,l ;9ecerrr!. by th-
wayv of Oporto mentions hlt lhe ship E.g'e, ar:ivci
that da, f;om Pliadelphia, 35 dAys,and ,ch Cupil,
Enit sailed far 8rs n


S oha Too B1o~h l, c Mu-ch.', tC days from East-
pocrr, rd RisiWg State Rub rinir, f-om Bosto-n, as.
,t N Yjok, 4tin aist t g rovuanr. 'iwer nod H-erO,
Muir, tiPr,-ammouiih,ad sloap oily, Oak ey for
>t3Lop, a ea.td -amne di
Brig Vie ,ius, fir Bath, cleared at New Y :'A

At l diideira, Ap.il P. a l g M N !etrm o.r't ne.nc.' r r
schI. Be ij: in ) Jo eph, r,ecort N' r-ni, hen
*hrim. N Hr.v:. ua.oci.
At J,,rnis, ('i, t.v ', y i5s b i .. r ,
,Spriige ati baOi, if,. i. Coat *-n ; I 5iza







FrN- Pdrid '
E The fcst silitg ehb. ALLY &
In h town, M F 11,3wIck J)est r-'SS T' .. L.cArT master, a rC-
J'nes- uM Sc.dhe, Cushhng to MsE hlaza G.od g.tdaer, Vi;'ng two n-d, -er cargoaengge(d,
ae l
Ia Chnrleteern, on Stn-lae'eerrng, by the Rev will sail Ith, eck. For Freugir; f the Remainder
I). NJarse, Al,' F anle-k Pciboud, of Warnet o O Passag, pp1' to h: tasteron o'ard, p-
Mir Mi'becar F Cater, of .ston. Wpmsdie No.40, nr ii, 1S6AC '- cLELLAN. No SI,
im' Qcaicq, Samuel To ry., jun. of B stnon Lng wharf, whO, has Fort se landing from sloop
to Al.- May Tu;ner Sargent, daughter of lgnatius 2 ,ih t
.;-ea. :sn 37 Illis, very high 4th proof W. 1.

A: .('.,' ,', -non Sabhatlt eveningg. bh' the Rev. Ruim nLaodi,,g iirDi nb:i T' o i:ases,
'Eal-COr-. an. Ni Edwarid "T'hxte,, chart, toI iI hhds., vev excellent high .3d proof
1'adist c Nari, Qa-ticy Thix er,dsughter of Mi. Thorn- W, 1 Rum,. arf 16"lOhdo II -i..., M )1as-
as Tnaxter ses r' i. '- -1, liae,
t,, West/ford, Mr. Liban Heasey, fJr. of Hrngham, 3so hhds. good ret~atling ol."ases,
3 Miss Miartha C Davis, of :he former place In Store-A few bales Cotton, iad 4 brgi Hops.
J un- ,n9
Ir .' this town, yestre.day nmoirning suddenly, Miss 1 Ichoe NATIVE, i
Sphia Smith.a'ed r6, daogh ei of M. Wdliam P. ,' in Ite o(,nerk NATV F e ,ght 0 il-sails
,ctith Her fincnal will be this afternoon at 5 a' inT Hthisweek Fn F eight wo P"Sage,
eo' ocie, fron her ftihe hiuse in Boylston-street, t atl o 0 THOMAS HINKLEY..o 0n boad, tw
.r the, friends and rclat.ns are requested go at- ly.ing At the T. Jne
tend Vi.'hut farther invitation. 0 ', etc.
Yesteiday fte,nooon, Aaron putinam, E q agedFt lour,et
5 t. Funeral tl b re oin Thursday next, at 4 o'clock E'N. K R N, No. 44, Io
P M. from his Iiae residence in North Allea street Ewhaf, has for sale, landing from sch. Raven,
ram relaLions and f itads are requested 1o attend f1om'Fl Banrta e,,
l:lloutlo r troepaticulai invitation 160 bhl. best .ioward.-street Flour,
GO, Snoday een.ong, Deacon Francis Wright, a- On bord sloop Eaten 'Tader, front New York,
ped fs. Th fanceal will proceed from his Ite 1700 bushels Yvellow Coin, and 1t20oilo l.Re.
dweling-huuse.'ta HrLgh streert,to-moriow after. noon, sFor Balemooe,
pinaiely at half p.st 4 o'clock. Friends and rela- rp- h g Lt AN, J. HAM-
ton, are requested 6 atteund, without a tmne par- e rie .',Ga N FA
t eu a!ar inivitatli; n. a ..s .. OSAT 'r, na stem w ill sail ina'fe days For
____, inta':retght or Pausage, having good accummodationis,

At a lMectig :J...I~-.,.'.t..,June 8,1812 ply- iabve. orP/. t'.
0 to01.P1.,da.t tl, ha?.
Fatedi, Asas tstmonv ofrt-spect to the- memory y.' "'- The sor)o.AST'ERN TRA-
of FRANCIS WRIGl-T 4. l: 'er.,-i. ':.e ourr :rF.i. t e 1. w;ill in a few
S ., -,.' .. d of ,: :.e .h ,, w k-ilat. r r .-...5'. t.- r good ancram
h m,,', ofhis remains on V Ir..:,mA modationis, "i,.... s ,. e Jr.ueo
e.a Lt And that t ho Membersof the ,Imai o .,- --.- .-- -- -
sees, of the School Comilttee, of the o rd Ric iard 1). tucker,
Health, 'ne Funewards aud other Town Otliceis be H-, ',-, sa,4e At No.3s, idia steet,.
at n requetcd to attead. ', I' r ta -..rr, the b,- V p',ilant,
B-L .. "fti,'L "'!L00 Ihb, i. I" -our; 20 bales C ottor ti
1 HtOMA 'CI.LAI? K. Tt.w,. k
2 200 bMis Ta.ir 20 thhdh. prime Tobacco;
Tlineraebersof the Massachusetts Charitable 25casks Rice, f ,n brig GoodIrntal,
i I.chtbnie Aisociition, a-e nqu-led to attend the bhlis. Fiour i -..
fistr-etl of their deceased ..r-., D-acon WrsiaTr. SIO kegs .Imauf.,ctured Tolacco.
DWI RENOUF, e' Jusft ,eeivedaand i ornd,
._D D ReFirst quality W 1 Rum n
In Pr, hury on Sunday evening last, Mr. J.na. North Carolina Tobacco andl Cotton
thin Leedr agieI ed2 His funeral will he this water. Sttu-e.fine Peterabug, fine a.d do Flour
notr; at 4 eto'rkr,from the house of Mr. Dennis Mmleira Wine; Ba-on and Lad;
R'an. in Sumne-straeet, which his relations and Codage, assotced sizes 5 bhales Cotton B gging
friendsure reque ed to atten'l ithout a more par So boxes brown Havana Sugar .
tieulr ine:tedw n Rusai Duck anil Feathecs
-'', .: n,,'',, ifi ,,, '. [, ..- ci Dirm t. ?,w in Pork, Brand sr andnRum
,-, 'i- ,1 r. h tSn r r "'-,-n -.. r aim: "-"o0' i 'a ."t.'r-, N ,"Cu,
D i.,n .I r
Z ..- .. The brig VIG-1LANT, will take
v- A good PRIZE!/!-Y-1EsrrEDAY F ghi.fart Wilomington, if application is
At am.r ,,a N-NO.-.iU -t ,: upn ',(i f l)NC made tmro-dlie, e lto R D -TUCU;KER, or tbe capt.
'-alS [l.-- L-su t L o: board opposite No. 32, -1.. t,-1.E ,Cr, 9
"I;:,u N|! D t ..I. 4R ,n D ci, .l ,, i t L -
a,...... ..rn'?ar'g .-n ld2.... sa1, .idV ,t I rI .' .J. & 1 h-owe,
re -' f .t.ib e. L y O -No. N-a 0. M kN qJ'-& J 11
T ca I. y t R,., ,e { t, .C :e. d, .ke c ,i o 9 8, L ong- wr f, H ave fo so re
"l'hus., c-sly, hl. ,...., r~at r.0'e~ tui. Ciiree ,tl se.r,y N 5,elhaf Rtsfa-oE
tihe Capitl '.e..' a'f ,hri Iru_. c -~, nladinog from ir:hnnne, Risplution, from
(C a .' .... ',i,", !- In eonse-, .
qience ofTickets hiuing day -f'es to morrow morn G6; bbls TAr, it prine order 141 do
i;g in Drxvre'lRoad Lirone.,, n. a'i..i. T. Rosotndodo; Shbds Molasses. Also ini store,
KirDacR's office, No 9, %akre ..a.u 'e.,vti b.e ke..t 100 bbs. Baltimore Rye Flour ;50
olpen unil 10O o'clock torm ..,..'' tn- rn, rc."m bales pirne Upland Coitout;I lG bbb. Pitch.
irodate t!losea wh i tsh to purchase ttarranted nin. June 9
,d .wn Tickets,. at the present low price., i --5 So, Philadelphia City Gin, in bbls.
h-,ite, and 1 50 quan-teis at fir which they ise to
C whole O 6quat,; ,.The wheels of thij lottery BENJAMIN GARDN EK, has for sale,
nave become 6ich, nt.] kh ...p; it ofi lhe dr:wingis I at, No 46a Long a -',
aimosl coritinualt '..a.-.an uS rhe Capital Pitzes, 100 blis. very first quality Philidelphia
oue-equenl'y now is lthe n.irkertlme to buy Tnickvets, City Gin; 15 is pipes do Naval S ores of all knals,
but n bu-lng t rktsfk/e mait)poirt is, to bav Prizes. .nd Bltimorei Re Flour. June 9
"rh:1h a;l know Are sold mosovt atI Kmder's, mare --
h'v- b'w olu at his ffice within too yerss C. Coolidge & Co.
tkm in s c. n-r in the Noilhern States and manv No 3s, Long nwh,-f, Havefor sale,
ve:r many, are at ths moment, Meising their good ANDING f-emn soon Reliqf,
ntazrs that directed ethe to this TemplefFosrttioe" L 12 hhds. Hum, good flavor sand
In Ourcbsse''iakirts hb which thei hiv.a b ea 16is- proof, oinsloyri e
edcl from a state of poverty to comfotable & inD:epellt prF sipu
dent cicumnistances --Renmemnaer thi" de,a13tu es lii hihds igil l4th.proif Huit, u
s. A if i ae .r n .'' % bu 'ur tickes.a Kidderi. 'ih, -h.,r .p r i "
'. "i 15 hhds very excellent Rau.n
i rkITt :& Q,,.i, rERS, in the a- Jut laindirgfi op slotee i'aty,
'b.pr Lottery, waranted und .., fmr- site at the 6 hitlids. good flavored Rumr ; 80 do,
o'd esiabhashed office of GILB.ERr' & DE'N, Ex- pnime retadiog Molmasiaes. ue 9
.haerge Caffee Hcouse; ,where a compete list of the
rtanrs .nd p ','s may be seen gAtiis, and all favuurs Thoinas & Edward M ot.ley,
duly acknowledged. 'Tftket, rise on Thursday qN o7, I,:diu t eet, Hitve for saole,
mmning--G & D's office wirl be kept open to. A AUNGO ofbIg A go, forn Havana,
rrrow evening ta accommodate purchases. Prize 51 484 lhds Molasses ; 60. boxes '. rown
trck-stak koin-payment, and calh paid for them Sugs-. Lar.di-g.nom ship ap'lryaJune,
assoan s d:awn, at s rl! discount. i- G & bules prise Uplatd Ctton.
) alsao keep list of s/ i'- prizes and blnknis wi the
Ne -York 'nin Oilneg, Llery. it i~s' ,received AoilandinE1 160bSg;timeol fist quality.
ron .( & k Waite, but G & D) are at the trouble --a STq r E-
ofue o,,iig ieveu iitmbdr nuneically, so th-.t in a White and brown H- avaua Sugar,
single moment &hef i f ,Iisr er '..r be a i"e'.ne. Green Coffee in casks; 'W 1. Rum,
--lUp-ed Cotton; cletn Hemp,
11..1 -C(lh /ci a 7for Promo- Aarei ian Cordage.,
0i'tg Agi-iculttre. Russia and RavensDuck ; Guiipwder, -
'HE Members of the Massachusetts Camneeachr andit ,Domingo Legwniod, '-,
TH r t0niluas \~~p,,;Cut ela.d
': Societ- for ptmnting Agriculture, se hereby lor iat os Bststir. 'e ; Cu fl .
i a,'iuili. Ihat their Anuali Meewttg for ihe choice a'A Bill oi Bthilore, for Eleven
of Off -s, will be houdet a the Hoom occupied hantoed Dollars, at six days sight.
'o th. Ase'ricaan Aadeit of A-ts' and Sciences. in C- The Consignee of 16 boxes Cigars,
the New S-taie iHouse, on W EDN.ESDAY NEXT on toward brig Algo, mark S B s r equestei tn obtain
(1O M1OIRROW) 11e loth instant, at eleven 1he permit June 9
o'clock- A I
In the absence of-he RecordirgSeeceraryv ,johin arLer & Sols,
Ju'nae9 JNO.L' EI.L., C(or. Secretary No oSo, Long wharf, Havejor sale,
......... .. -- LANDING fr-.tm t.i;g g ,,
LI ll, ,i ,et'ociety. a 1J 8 :, Xs ,il tm. -,
NOTICE is ierebiy givery to thie mer.- Landang for.sloop A.e-t--4hhds RUM.
1 N bes af tie tlussrachsa -U mmere, ociely that From sells Cnthia,
agieaibly b t fe laws ofsaid bocity their next Semia 80 casks Molasses.
gnnu- mrni will be holden at he Countv Cout Landingfrom slo pScience- 2o pts Ravens Duck
*o-ue. Curt-siee', Bost'n, THIS DAY, the ohlads Ma ,ilas-es.
9 h iIst at S o'ciowk, P. M. at which time and Londirngfron stop Sampson 5o ca-ks Molaises.
p!a/ea genee. a,'I ppunctuaolatteritdnce is ,equest. -.Jv S'I'oE-.--
ed Afet etraneaeting ie usual business, the S eie- 1710 pieces Russiau and.S$ pa Ravens DUCK
v w will mOve in proceasien to the Stone Clhape', 408 Rtus;sia Sheeltings;
where a discourse will bedelvered by the Rev H]Nt 70 ton, Russia& Swedes IRON;
P.i' CoC AN upon subject connected with the 90 ton lRussia IHemp "%
principal ohjects of tine -ociely. 54 2hdr 778 bblts and 5sih bgs COFFEE
Ly ouder of tha Trustee-, 83 hbis Mtluaco-ado SUGAR
CH AltLES DAVIS, Rec Sec'y. 95 boxes Havana attI Btadil do
Doreon. f.rute q9 1iI 1a50 tons Cempeachy L'togwd;
Washington Benevolent Society. S as soils ,4bn,, CoCO A
EM [ .L'.t of the Society are remind- 49 .c-sks Douch Nads 2 casks on.*y ;
e,,tnneil Monhtv Meeting wil be otaden Qutntity Pepper. June .
at ihe Exchange Coffee House, I His EVENING,
al hiltf /.t 7 2'cloak v hrshal's Notice.
A Meeting of the Standing Commiitee UNTEDn.TATaes ,,fA Asress"s
twaIl tuke place on Satutday Eventng, 6th lost ai 8 District of M]tssac/hrsetts si
,:'chack 1] T. TP '~t '. T T o su dlro W arr ins fram the t ,n.,
Glotltist desirous of becoming Mete- Jour. Days, E-q Jcudge of the Dast-ic aoud
beta, ,' the Saciely. are inlomted, thad a{apticaoton for the District aioreteaidrl I d heeebe give th, litob
fa tlt pur lpaoe mu't be madeto a. Member ofthe lie I, otire, that the friloming lnfomuations are filed
Standing Committee, or one if the Wa d Commit before said Judge. namely
lee; LEiMUEL SHAWSeieta y, An info mation by Geoa: lnlake, Esq. Attorney
.une9 of ahe Un ted States f-i thle ahrovemeatiinent Dia it
])1'5O,[Il I' (' i 1a." if M.-,sachttserts, againsst Ills follraeing .a et+.an
Di SO!U O of uOpartilerslip. rize, viz--One hunadie Broadcloth one ibunlie of
''HE Cpartneiarhip aro business, which haa his- Cassimere,and other bundles of Clothiaod tile buadte
ectoex.sted between the Subscribers, is this Veanings-.iesad wi hin the Diatriet of Boston and
day disaolvctd bh mutual consent. Char esiown, for an alleged violauionif the L ,wa of
JOHIN RICE, the Uniued States
Wia.LLIAM SAVAGE A/so-An Information by George Blake,
Patona Iine th 18t Ei.. A. h d S t.... ..... ..


GatfdeneI Wan ted.
T iiAN ''.-[),--A Man who perfectly un-
destands the buiLness of a GARDENER,
Kal who ,s dispa Ad to g6 to theS'nuth'ald, and per-
mosaentiv eng.ag -`haimseif to a gentleman the-e in
thki cap.cutv To one who Can give tnexcePtiona-
ble econm."nOtl htions of lia, knowledg.,iud experi-
euoe in the -.tous depan;entes of GAdteding, and
sat!!.&Cow y te,timonials rega,dil.t indhsVn d a so-
bfia:y, good wages ill be gien. Without the
mls'anti.uertouy teg.r'aen'd.uiurs. it will be unnte-
oess,- to auply to I0PPIRAIMl ROBI1NS, No 5 ,
Indir r.e-tt-f .June 9
SOST, in Charle-town, on Suol.
L. day last, aGathl d Vatchl Sil aa ,tv.. T'he
wi ,, s on th Seial i) C rta iCsphe, ; antd on the
Ce' A suit,..b'e rene d .t l : be paid on their eturit
to '5mte n'a. Apply a -1the Piadif.t-flce.
? .'eg


Esq. A(ornev 01oVICthte e iei i ti o
mentioned Ditrict of Ml as ,:Iliuset .-e -
tat ,Ship or ye sel, af the United .Nit : !,. ," .n
er constueti.,n, called the Dromo, togchier itWh Ite)4
T ckle.Appare! and Funitu e,seized aithih the Os.D-
trict of RBiton & Clih.rlestown, for an Aledged viola.
ti( n of the .sws of the United States
And trai will be had on the aforegoing informa.
tion, tt a District Court of the United States, to be
held at the Coutrt Roomus of the U. States; in the
0own of Bostot. for the Dstrict of ,nssichtsett, 0n
fwu hT lueoday ofJune, inst, at o'clock, A. M
of which all persons inteaestcd will take notice, and
govean thcmelve arccod rtlr
Dated at.Boston, thi Eaghh day of June, A D
18120 ,- 3 AM ,K: J I I-
N O LET,-House ',a 3-3 a.
.. Shop No 32, Car, hitl, ;, pr s ,.t, g I e:
immediately. Apply to OLIVER 8HERM..IAN 16,
Lung Wharf. Jua- 5


No 59, A rlb'e ro' cti CorIer of su.nietr em.;
,ece- r,,ed.l
A SmalInhils;gnmenlt of 1 $suseil's Ca;pets. anZI
Hel'thb bugs, an.a, me F..orn;u,e f-,r wn-
dow er,,tains, w t hine silk. I i IgeIreateCur
t:in Pins,&c sumtabrfor _a drawing room's- pO r
lou,.---A Is, i p.ai-itar eating; I do painted
Floor Coth Juw 9
No. 8, C UIIN1ILL.


LORD FAV.IISWI)RTH, have just
rece ved from iPhiladelphia.
100 lbs. black [Ilin Sewing SILK-
Also 6 dozz ladie's shot silk GLOVES, which
wal be sa-d cheap f6r cash Jtne 9
;-t N ;Nkins Calcutta Goods,&c.
kOBER3KT G. W ~', No. 53, State-st.

8000 p-,. BC'r- .. N,,kir,-, i, ,t cha.p "' 0 0
bailes of Cai,'utm Ghodi, ol vail;Cus kinds; Russia
and Ravens Duck, bown and bleached '; Russia
Sheetings: f:w pps. best London saUperfine Brould
Cloths ; Bd Ticks;; i- rk, ,zh.,i' arid Cot-
ton Yarn-. A:so.
SNe'w ('rl. so and tUpland Cotton Car-.
olin, Indigo ; -MAterlo WiueA',, &c; ;.50 ton, Cod i.A .
ble 1a-n; d u-ttn I-e;z Russit iBir,tdes ; 90000,lbs.
"t Doringo t Coff:ie; 30 1tonsL gwnt1d, and 50
ca-k- 1 ,ia ot Po 'r,of tihe vert fi st quality.
Bills on 3Bati"-nore. Cash advanced on
,,s .. -;t, -. ;:( le. f [nnes ) ,

E11 1 Y FAR !AN K ,- has for sale at
Nn. Nts;,ra.i Ou.- r s. 'nlaoge aslortarent of Gen
f. r, I. .' ard ti abitlio the- exell any
i 1 t, .7 iati u t nark te ane-
Cea -ap cr&N of Wear coCo1us.
H sale, iCyj J..liFs W.H BUNli r F
&F Co. t Frank'. n's -Hed, (ort-sleet. ,
India Water Colours, in boxes, with
drswlock sac kay-!he boxeF.also conra ti I" si Sk,
Pencils, Ptile'. and o i',.r .r, ie.-- p i- 1 do;ts,
Also, Reevws:'l W'dter C,,.,,rr in boxes
of vat;oul sizes, Camels Hair and Lead Peicils
D.aw ng Paper. Gold and Silver Pape-- June 9
Statorl & p& InII,,,
t's I .- ,.1 H vee far satle.
N I -, .N hhds, high proofsweet fa-
A voted Rturin 40 bales Georga and iNew Orle-ns
Caoton ; 40 pipes best American Gin, Ist anl 4thi.
proof ; few pipes refined d ldo of superior quality
Aneriecn Dick; So bbfs No Pok; 6 by 8. 10
by Sanid to by 18 Bristl Cown Glass; bales
dresie,' Kid 'in,-Wn uit--ble for Glove Makers.
". 2,.1; tu-hil., yellow Corn,
.tn" 9
t(hanning Sturgis,
Iove, for saure. At No 12, Kilby sleet,,
SUGRscovadt SuC4aR
100 bils. M3." R
June 9
I l),&iis QI idi.,

Ni'?o., lar.,.whnrlef HBsu for Irte,
L ANDING froeu s,:hr. Reiem,
Ilo 00 casks real old BORDE1Aux CLARET
V. IN Juv e 9
BI -'. .
0' ,rdi, ih,,f Haveo f t e,
.,wt V s ann'g fiom brig Jatt'rt, fo-m l'.vana,
S141o boxes bhosn., UGA.
lb half boxes whi t
.tune 9
j
EL. -iihy',
No ) B9ar 1's twt'hfk ;, Ha. (' sale
ON i" t"ot-i I th )ap.s .t.Upan d and l-ea
eliand Io i.tn k r' Iw h, a: :+, Iio a,-td "n ,'m e.
.,a ., a t."-',d .t'oaCcca, 14 ice, Cotuntry
S d Ba, i il. d:, Bioe. Vix. (On board h-,, Ole-
.pwtr ar -- t6rhds. C G ou N tuts, adil *,,,, '
-at" e Ja"" 9-
7 T.. .. . .
AIulZICe & N-ash,
N. o40. I diu sne, floav'for salea,
-Trow ln g trornm iig e d 1 ,rt.
o 200 b1ls. supcitine F )LOUR.
Jimi, 9'
D our.
if t tEndired beld s'bs euue FL tOU1 anoI md
dtn'tt' ,t!w' smamig f am bat('-i; !t Imcnt, ft
same by LUNTI & LEnII, iS. mdi' whi,,f J39
Flour, &C.,
"I'l EE P' onhudred bbis. .r, landing
f ocr big F'ienrdship Als*,
Lump Sigar fr m sloop 2/., For
sale at No 19, Long u.qrft Jane
Tar, i,:ch and W. 0. bbl. Staves.
j B. BO RLAND, No. 45, Long-whafj,
has for sale,-
150 bbls..Tar; 40 do. Pitch; 25,000
W.. () bbi Sta~es, now afloat on ho-td sch.i He a,
f onm NorthCarahlna. On hanrd-ooq:. caski Gkin-
powder, some of which is of yerv super or quality ,
55o bbhils. superfine and X middlings F.our; 8000
budiels Southlern Corn so00 bb;is. Tar, Pit.h and
IRosin; 70000 W O, ilad. '-taves and Heading 2 '
pipe' Atoeicain Gin i to sack. Lmse Geese F,,% he's
20 hhds. ames Rtver Tobacco 4o bales Upland
Cotton; 40.cks and keg. Yellow Ochre; An.
chors of el sites on Ian-I. Jtine 9
liBordeaux Brandy.
S iXpipes superior 4th proof French
Bmar(nv,itiujorted intolNcw York in the ship
Johnet 'ra "-s no lantdiatng=- Anld fr-un alt' bi E
PHRAIM ROiliI NN, No. -,, India-.whatrf Ju.u e 9
BIJ t 1itLi.
'ITIR.TY kegs. BIUTTE1' for faauilies'
0t -,t- dh aaeaid rattaii'5. For sale 'ob
.Ir-'PMI.ApIl R()ulliN ,, liar 1,, Iedad ,r.warf.
Ju ,e 9
< ', 1, ) [. ,l ...',, t' a, "
r[sT, iN }ales prime New Orleais Cotton,
1 I '
Gun-powder, flysoteki and Souchong Te; a
lr)n smell f-irmes
150 bbas 8:,:t'ntore F'our; a
ISO hbhd. St labes .altl;
jo bags Cocoa a.
sl pieces ltavens Dcek /
t0 kbi sall', Bread
Nhds a,-,' .) .
s5 hales ,. ..".I ..- "r ;. *.. I 's tO
JAM ES AN L .' ,., "..-,. i
June 9

;a N elegant chesntt Colou ..ed ioit e, k:ntl in
1 harnes, and good in the saddle. perferI.' gun'
cei, and sct fo' no faut For foumiler ,a'R.i-a's,
inquire u'f SPiURR & HOL.fiES. Urta':fid', iane
Jine 9
r"O L A sroall HOUSE, in
1 a som7 tiS.ic situ jr n, anout 5 mil,' irth.n
St.te-street ma ih Stabie'-cam ind ,:hca c,.n,'eri,-ii
cet foa keeping a3ho1 end ehaoe, t ;be'e' f a the


, asrqrI for 50 ollari o' :he Iat fort. p-'- po t n.itabe
sum Inquireof WM WHrV W EL L.)Do-k squ.erne
Jue 9

i LET-A -iouse, Pleasan-y
ItU st a ,1ed ,.n ,m lC a! laoat )0o. healt'
has lever.c'naenoence fo, a en el fanidv, ifom a ye.,
or tlie SuinnttIetr MIonths Ren' ist dollars Tr"' 1
tulM App: a't: No it 1 !joud stlert .]u e 9
Boai dilg
-V'X WO tg-n(lfnmen ca Ibe iaccon modatied ,a Steac'
S boat'le.-, it. a i.rnity. wt ee h t=reo ue ron hit
I.n aa p -'i i ani C tlil si station imtq,'i -
thiPai(druat ofmi e, June 9


.1'*


6. /., bt/ .1. J.,i14F ,s ,.
'THIS D AY, at I1 o'e.al,,
lpparite 'o a t 1di 'reeta
SIXTEEN1 hds. V.1. riUM, o tal ex-
coilCni quality
K. ,ones & Co. a. c/, '.
.' 4- I 0 : .} a IIL clockck
On~ r r,,:,- ,
A Dwelling-House- with thme
Land i.i..;J.- boundedas tiiowlc :---Souithetr.
lI on Ct-, ,,,, so called, 35 felt; norItheatl at-
erly 35 fee; on land claimed by .'obert Iea lo-
wel,, Esq. to a board felice ; north'wester'ly on
said board fence, t}ll it comes to the (ornel't of I
thie same: 10 feet. no)ttheasterly on said board
fence, ,i0 -r I r-e iL- I,,' ::.,-:c froni the land of
the heirs of Mr Tob Whretlriglht, deceased a.s
said tence now.standsn ; 45 feet northwe.stcrly on
ai passage leading to Oliver's Dock ; 26 .feet to
the t'ick -'.' )f .'hdi:ew .Brimme', Esq. and
southerly r,, ad Store 57 fetet; oi' hoaweverotih-
erwise bonded. '1'. k. oanet La Lt,/lct',e.
j' Shb'uld no person appear to pureliase tihe
above tsltie. it will be L,'!-. n Fa, mmt er I
.IlIdia- treel-' If, I .I.
Tobe sold, by ordtrr iq the Brod.S/reet Assoc-ation,.
tos l,).e their concern.
I -ITAT well known and valuable Wihaf,
c a led INDIA I I.l.L I WiHARF, Wihl sit
the 1.0s and P, iv leges bealnging thereto Al4o,
Sunadry Lots on Centroal-s, see, so clled,
srit' ble for Store Lo(s, and S:hber Los an ,ithe a aot
therm -'- .Likeese,
A small Lot on (,'a r/i-nat. tti, r t
and-;d r ,- Ick ertoe i Cenrtal i beet, now b, l .-on .
bys 3,qin" bcicea.
The a oe a.asat ie e coter' n .m tiae
W 1 ii I"-- '-I l- DA'" .:t F-' -i--ni shin
lthe conduins i f .- l vei, i .. ,, I .. '.- arid .
plan of the Lo:s'exhbbi,ed
"1T. K. .oes &- Co. auct'rs.
T ._ 's --- IL' l i,, I.
At "T. hA. J,,,< 51 ., J. ('rl .... A"!l, -st.
A variety of PIECE GooDs, .ul -
able for the season,
4A/, 1 case iu-i a ,rntn and Damaesk,
very fine,
TO-MORIROM\, at II o'lcrck,
'L t :- No i8 1, dir staret
F)HI RT .F- N Hds. and 100 bbls. L '
IiecultI -"t'.. ",k : 10 l tl g, be3tL Ge tn COF.
FE T K JONES CO Act' se
IU 0i l
,. 1. t '. '' .,
'N'O' ln.-i- I --cs~tap,, I/or ,,in--,:. ink.
O W111 .10 ,,,i "f.,rn stoop liary ,. e Y.rk,
'2 tpipes real ('Cognac' BR ANDY,
branded OurTaO.Dupove & Co ; do. Bordeaux
do ; f,.pt .- I H. autt GIN. imported by l.,ERaY,
' -,. a at % .1 :s ,% s Conditinns liberal, ratsale
I his Day, at 11 o'clock,
Opposite No 6,. Long-Whayrf,
47 hhds MOLASSES.
Conditions at Sale. Whitwetll & Bond, Auct're.
'.This Day-12 o'clock,
South Side India -Whar'f,
40 puncheons fine flavored 7.-.
I ItRUM.
Condititios at sale. flWhitweEl Ia Beond/, 7ct'r .
'1 onlorrow, at 1I o'clocli,
At I tifiarell & Honds OQflice.. -illly-st,.
W1ili be sold whitiotut reserve,
so Dining Sets blue and wIh e C
CHII'N A, cor tailing (265 pieces -.. 5 hr-- JIm....s.-
whv lanrd gilt Tea Sots, 49 piece, each
A't PrtM'- St/e-, The s,-hr. aZ:-% '-,
burthlte 50 tons, lately new rigged.

On Friday next, at -' o'clock)
--q abtove-
A valuable Invoice PIECE
'GOODS, coinsistinlg of Oloths, Cassimneres, Vest-
ings, Muslits, Camrbt'ic, eiiias, Diapers, 50 ps.
CatLion ,Laces.
,lso, 1 case LenoMoslhin, 1 do. Shawls.
German Goods by AumCtion.
On !"I)Hj SDAY, lIh o1f Jaue ist.-
At, No 16,(Certalt''eei,
ON F hundred and fifty vses G E 1M AN
SUNKENS. just impot(ed in V hsp 'u'haia, v ra
7 cases 6-4 Creas !;2 i(o, rnarr w do.
13 do 6 4 Dowlas ; 5 d.o n.rr ow do.; 17 .fo long
Caits illas; 2d,. short do..; 5sdo lIoua ; Od ou.
white Puattfits ; i do 7-4 dot ; doo "Boccad:llas ;
mi do 7-4 Bretagrnes; a8do 6 d' : 1 do. rei A.
raobs: 19 do. L.isAsaosa e do Book Checks; 9,
do. Bonteos; 14 do Os ntburgs; I do. Estapillas
I do. Ch et; I o(16. containing S nrripe'
Condi inas --,4 and 6 monthse,edit to pOrrthasers
of an anoount exceeding 500 tolla!ts; for less tia-n
Soi dollars 2 aItal 4 oniulths ; opproiedpper
Sale to coonmnece At 9 o'clock.
,'V/ltvtwl 4' Nond,.att rs.
T; llS DAY. t I o'Ihn'k,
O( polite No. V ., e artf.
"['WO) hundred and tWeint3 n',I super-
fine FLUUR,just landing
S. F. (.o-hiJime, au ar.
At Private ,ale No 4 Irtia zhtrif
I puneheons 'superiotr-flavoued XV. I.
Pu m 3560 pieces ha.avy DMic, ;and 150 -1o Rvsans
do. ofsileiidor qu;,!+ t; G!) tonss 6t. Petersbu:g best
clea n Hemp h,4 o Rtssii waif skifnl ; 1 9. ,. -a-ks
Gunpowder. lst proof case. Plitlils.. 13ittn es
anrd 0ocaditlas. Cash advanced liber;dly on aots:gn-
ments.
II sa, .b
On FRIDAY ext--II o'clock,
,t it TV 3; ,m ia "trhi trf,
'!-1O Y-srix hhds. and do bbla. Musco-

f 'hatning .s'.trgis, auct'/s,
..... ... % .. .. 0 .. ..
On MirONDAY, I /h June, at 12 o'tlk.
O(n the Pretmis.,
A I aut ofI..AND in Myr'/c,,trcct, ll".ast-
de -.rth acontsiniog .-d fr'et .1.0nt and fit fe-st
depth saah a ta-mif-set kIUhiDiNG en' thc tote.
Coittaions it sale

Lands at Auction.
Wi/ be sold ct Puti/ic .et i,, o1n s... ID /e
t rth a Jf ,iine, sI loo'c/ k on tht ,//aor of 1/te EI-d
eh/rrge i'offee Housea
"'H E foliowiog LAND's, !:elongitg to
s'ver al Inolvent E.atts:
9/,3 acres in (-anniidatiglia, in the State
nt u-ew-Y,,,k, near the iakes;
740 scres in ni:t,. -. ima the County of
K,'n,'bun k }
401 acies in l-'ni Ir, Itdunty of Lincehn
,,?-- At.S,"-
2 '. A UiZ- in the S,-hool-Housae in


To he Iit. is.t. uat the 0'a pe ri / in WV u.thautr ti,/t1-


emp;ded b.7 1, JoN Hu .C
IV P," tia 'huilr-l iloii, 3 Pi:teas 2
mere ,, 8 I Cessea -a r u Cc ,per Pu t -
Glazs Pole, and Tilribl/t at.d su tdiv Ot r ait u .
Sale to coinencice ,t i o'clto Ic
"F~b T,.. --. "
S be LET, H.u~s, No. t ~tCCe.-
survn l, ote. n.ilpma r, ta.a oel .n a.ti'. na .,mr.r)' 0'
a u. g, ftionima h.'ving I maI t ,. bm,,',ri-s .- Shni ,l iao
feet mi leug.l, Ic. ,qure of A: gl, r, S "i. '
JuNe ,


.f1 3..".

AT! .D, att Io'cock,

Noc i,' ('ra7,otat-'1" et.

CEl ti' c f, f ew hhda lion ,P Sboxes Cdcal
H + I- a
ton mT ussday oaz at 10 o'cluckk,
--., aoboa--
159 mats V-o0 n 141 g-
do Guitar do-3s6 t Sit- r'. i .oid '- i "
---12 do do. do. Gt1t.n;s- 1 ,:, "
doZen lMelt italian .hies, :. -,
do containing 41- do Leghorn S;va r 'tas.-
do containing 26 do Straw Phats, for Bon:ntts.i
A i.so, rotdclod.v-Casimeres'--Caic-es--L.n-
en Ctmcarics--Xiusittas-1-uttons--Hose--Laces
W aistcoatirgs% &c.
Also, 8 pieces Gilla R Ania1 1andk f
chief;, 1o in a piece
PtRus,,I, aod5.
On FJI{DAY rie't. at 12 o'cI.%k, ,
AS ABoVE,.
o0 bi.Its Rtisi i LL CK, ; so ,,..,
h4l do' a few piece, Rven. do Te'rma at sie.
TH-1,YI'AY-12 o1 .2.
.Oiite No --. Ili', street,
WO .ius (. a h':. 1~2 'id 14 iu.ch>
e tinled t(" ..1' .e .ie Rat i- Du.k
0 pieces halfdc. ,%-,','.

S ,DA 14 pVast 1 r.' l ,k.
.."., -O .. v.
SO<' ,. :.. 61.. ,-. O U
Condtion.;at sale

:, *i .% f '. .
0-O. U' 'tickI
at the Norti te ir:ia nhrf
on.-' n-
100 .0 U.. r.tiri, Ufi.,ind ,Oi t,

; loW Gamage, .actrs.

AI ,, I! ..',!',, N,.
A t rt'l lt ll..) -, $ [ n '.,l,- et,
5 pipes Red Wine- 12 bbl
brown Suga--2 do H1oney-1- 5,t Onat Skitf--
stecund tand Sais-a .'m. Jiik.
A.4o, 40 hoxes L.' it .s.
S.Day ----10Q o'clock,
1t a ou e iln C'o,.,niat ,Stre, b, ac !:t Joy's f0nwB4

Will be sold a variety of use
ful Ho Ittaerrnitwie, of the following kinds, viz- _
Side Boar'd-Bureau-Carpetsz-1 i i -. ,!
and Diinlng T *Iw,; -. t .... .. .1 r',,.I
Vost Bedsteads-:... .- 1, -.,, ,'--, ,t' lase
Ware-Japtnned doh---Clock-- WtVok rTalesh-'
1'anking" Gi:ss--B'ass F'ire Sds "id ',,id., -
t .-~t ,' with a va- ietyof useful ,, ,

.luttttr0 6. .''. : .' -c
At A'oletn & Gridly's Auction Q.',, tSL4
.u-":in t''e WIfe-ilaat,
~..5:, 27 28,4 corned~,
A great variety of Ru0-1,-ccI
Furniture of dthe following kinds, viz..Brussellus
Carpets-Kiderminster do -T )3 fe.- 19 0.
some of 'hiclh are. o an .. I ..i .. 1i,. a. .-
t.l'its and '.Book Cases -8gttreatts. -h igh Ipost,
field aid Cot ieCbteadt--Looking .esses -.vabt'la
Fire Sets-31idebenoavd-bamboo aid fancy cvlaCiai
-aLitt and co m)a Glsass Ware--ch;hit and :j.
panneld Wa.e-clockandi'imcpicces-cartl ant
oa d p e rabc T ,-, j-,-'.--, .. se t ., -u
ladies' work I' s--.1.- idal' M;tvi-,ces-
PiainiForte-.fi,'e eed.rsd--wash anal*i '-', ,}st
---P*its--dini ig tSCUS of China---entry ;,t
plated Lamps -plated egg Stand, t uaitie W nit
&c. Kitcmien Furniture, among 6wl.tic a.re Ct.-
.per fish Ketdes--oilars, &c.
.4 Aso rt 1 i 'Cleo 'k,
6 pair large Ad elegant l,, t ( 1 e ..
G 1. L-', su:tble f, l' l.nion, of 06e 6 6 St!3 ,
The' 41it ,e old b) the air or 0singtle, fa ca oF.
foa intg a r're opnotunity for g,-niaaemen w fu ni .l0 .
there selves Wth I elegini a.es r at e rd ,e,
as qea GiAsS;wil plh ,aively Ie sob d io hlm-tht a r
biuide wiuout ilh- leasi ,eserte, N h '3'
Ga- e, mavo ie seen t;' mo,-eow
N. B. Geatlemell wishing to send Pwt, tire
to the above sale, will plentse send it at least ",is
day previris it- the day of r ie.
I.n f 5L''U i Y Y' iexl- O cl'..
Atl the Haute iarl't. lae ',apt ,,'1iktLA L. .sti G .a ,i
in Vorth s/'eet,
A .L -e Household FU1 N 'TU RE
whh ~a of ai r excellent quality and nearly r'.-
consioing of
High and 6Id post Bedateads ,t Cott::.
Counterpi ,es ; bed ana,1 B',dir;g ; Kid. a e oni 1"et
Calpet- S debra'd; Card ,n. Dining Tablei; -
reau. noa-king Gasses, bass A'ituons ; ct, ass
Decanters; d- Wines: do Jlpilies, do l.en'-n-
ades ; plate.i and bnas~ Lamps arid C-C ihl'e
C. ake,, nn. J. -iPine Wae, a igh SIands
,Vasi do ; Nighrz Cbinet,; bamboo s n fa,ei'y p,-
iou anl chlmbehr Ch i-.; s1 o n t, Lolli 'gio a t i.
geth wih ll the ichn Forn tuLe and Cqoki g

Noe, n Gricdku, cut'roo,
.. onv.v rt ra o .
convcnicnces, in gorrd
7O.'-j i2 t 4 i' o', i,
o e6, u' f at'" ,
gF Nl T"-flv, ....... 1 T3- 0I. ISsUI
cellen quail*,, 5iii itd-le fn ret"lift

I I D **' tti e g,,

OC K E R Y ,. r in sett, ia W
T uo r ks. T e a W 'i ter s, & '. "
4.a!,, aita'r ft5 Eczctijj,,t,
I bdx colored 1'hlead ; lit Furiutire,1
voz Beds, Chiir, T mles Lik, ng G-, ,. I excel-
lent T"me [c e, and a v.ia i"v oher ., ,e .
I. iiitm~et, Oa c'I
'tt to, ,a --- i ,,''bi,,c.;
Otpo tte N- 3il ,o.'i, ,''ee ,
T[W ENhTY-five castls Neav UZ(P ;~ :2"
bh'es WVi mi gton 'AI. in exci,'il'rn ,na ,r,
A at/d ,ii l le uila ii. ,'ti/lrt
.)ii titiI is t1 ext, at I0 ,cU' :,
a
Al Ii L. !a'k CS /reo
,." d
A Let of HOU.SH -.. D FU0 s 1.1liE "
17 l 'r h ,,m.', i={ll'eaI1S; 4 olA[ a. :. t/
- 2 .. 4 i a d 14 to ,; l n ,f
how'nv wtionLtesk i i i ,, a ., r
thadi i set c i -orn d .. .i, .t .... 3 i,
['otaa l r .ii cartD ta: C .-ker. k rn':", ;aia A e
I t'u We t.gA .pa -a &e. 41,o at t ,,
3 3 renrj \.' ... ~.+ aU'r 102 L~i~A, u
g,, : li." (IL, C d doz (.'a.r i...es
1 ,'-,is Dip 'ev L.,e, mA41 P.', .; 'ate,
7/ i0 boxes "r St i rI
,.co:c 0 t 1 18 r + """ ", ;


7% be air! am Pu/.'rc i 'o'r' 1,0 ,TO : /,
I lJ,& (r.! Jr, ..aS a *c ',

q k l U E..Z- d .' b. n (,t as A.
,l: j t, -.a Esq tu oa,,t a rt a t h i Vbe .u,,.
ha, FU' n- I U W E. at. ..; ,d itI d' C r' 'i
n > g ,.. es _. T ... 'e :'! t'n ,,irs, :5,d -
Im'. Ani, n, 'ia<,q%. h L i i.a; ar gs. C.n- ,, a .' : '
G ..< r Va 'A. : I Wo,'' e t9" mt, ',a
t .;/ 16 Pe2 ...VI ( s.to 4 a e ,:

7 i.';e iar e r li. m' C-il 10 Itmb ii a :
Howe
mhue W'. +,*%0 Mn s#>:t
mmi ess s >









,0be C r.



THE BUTTERFLY'S FUNERAL.

Ob ye whn Co lately were blyrhefc.me and gay,
At the ,'tti' banquet caroufing away,
Y'our feaAt .ud your re.vei of pleasure are fled,
For the foul of ti le banquet, the Bulrtrfjy's 'acad !

No longer the PFlts andtithe 'lmaett advance,
To join with their friends in the Gr 'ff.r's
dance -
F"oriee It'e l.. form o'er the favourite bend,
And the Grajfihpper mourns for the loas of his
friend I

And hirk to the fuoet'al dirge of the Jtie
Add the B5etle:whofodllows,as mourntul as he !
Arid fee, where fo mournful 'he green rufhes wave,
The ardt is preparing the Buttrly's grate I

The Dormaofe attended, but cold and forlorn,
And flie Grat'flwiy Wai..ed hi. fhriil little horn-
;Z,,anda the Moth, who %.n' gril'd fur the lofa el a
CWi1er,
Bent qvcr the bodyi.and filently kifs'd-hefr.

The core was embalm'd at i i-e'Ter of the runs
And, inclot'd in a cafe which the Sildk-worv had

By the 1:clp of *,e Nf.ret lthe coffin was laid
O a Bier, ilu tf a yytlie .udl j.tauine amade.

Ia weepers -ad fearfs cathe tbe .uitterjfits all,
And fix of their nusiber fupported the pa!l ;
And the Spider came ihere in his mourning fo black,
But the fires of Ilth Galow-waris foon frighiea'd him
back i

The f'rub left lhis nut-fliell to join the fad nhrong,
And olu.vly led wit ham the book worm t.lnrrg-
Wholui'epi hia poor neighbour's au...,:tau r dom,
And w ote thefe few line~ t o tao p:t i_ ta. i.
tomb :


SAt this foiemn fpot, where e grten ruflres waver
Were fadly we bent o'er the Bulrttrfy'S grave !
.'Tw-as here we to beauty our r.blequies paita
And aillow'd the mound which her asihe had
made !
And here fhall the da;fl .ri.. vic.It LlotiW,
And the lily difcover her b..i,,m al i".i,> ;
While under theleaf, in the eveoings of spring,
miil mourning her friend, fall the Grajfbotppet
Sing !"

'eV.3 IT 'olume of Massachusetts Laws.

JUST published, price 2 dollars and 25
c t .t, in boards, and fo, .le .. 1" t-lOMAS and
ANDREWS No. 45, Newburteiy streel,
The Laws ofl the Cormimonta-calt of .4Massa-
chouse, t,.from Feb sta, 1807) to 'Feb. 29 11 t, In-
cludi'rt the political yeaCs ''-', i' 1809 1810
and ISl 1 -- B1 :'n.' .g *l.-t i,. .'. ...i endi,sn- hir h
wa ,pril, edbyoorde'r f heLeg ltatua'e~ 107. The
L'ws feacli politicalH year, as its terminAtion, will
be prinaer' in a correspond 'rg maniter with proper in-
de a dit so 'lThis is the s io c v .-I' t ., c ubliihed
tid adetenrsedi i March lest,with rhe addition, of
rh L.w- p-s-d ithe last winery sea.isi t,,nd a T'oble.
deigtinr~ l-he lawsofe-ach political! searL bi hal
ters, s.igeerb! to Resolre of the Legisiaturs, uf
Jan. 1i,! Those gentlemen .lwho puit:h.,scd the
voltnrr w-,thour the laws of the last ses-',on, can -be
futo.shed wr them iti apA nphlea ast 25' Ces each,l
or, ,f theit volumes are in good order, may exchange
them, i ,those cotainging the additional matter, on
p 5y n r e,iojs "
Al/rt moy be had tsr arovee-The L.aWs of MaSA-
c 'ase' r, from !he iopt tin of the Constitution inl
t7So to Feb l o, t8o7, n (r h(-e volumes, ro-al oc-
tavor at I deliias, or fou, volumes, demy octao, at
I tulliani ; rio set I
*lMo-Frecri-tn's Maisachusctts Justice, Tot.n
pfhi r., CloetJ', M,z .e'oe, and P(obate Directory,
.' td Sta'te e &c
'. f ii 'i.Prr iter t of Nrw.. a.ers in the
t '-... .*.'.i, ._ I i ,,.,- te ueo s ef to I .1 iS three
c' four insertion 'n 'hrIt papiero. *. .S ,tr a copy
ef' he n'w volume of Laws in payment.
a i.stor n.June 2 1a1 .
'7,O be Sold, or Let, or would be
I exi, ngedl for a H.aise in a driffc:,t p rit of
the town, Hi.U'E N' 2S. oin 1)Disiit house tsquate,.
3 Ro, in, on *he Iswe flo'. 7 Chambrs, 3 s,orie,
iNghab, nearliv new, en exeelrnt rCellar uniter the
who w large Yard, Pump an rt I Well of Waitcr, and .
evet, convseniic. e fur a large f-miiv o, a a oerding
House, for ;h lat it i, s we'l sr'ua ed., heing cnly
about' 5 minutes -lk f,'om totnie Iet ,.-leq,, e at
No 41, Stle-stieet .or No S5, Rack, suret.
Mayt 12 eptf

School- tIreet.
0"7 O be LET on a l.eae--th.,i large and comnrc-
diou'. b irk bult HOUSE,io.w in the occupa-.
i, fn hf M s.. .. ;n complete tepai,, cot.asieting of
u Palors ando :w:'nt; three Chcmnbers and Loigirag
ti ,r's, wtvh a 1t.Ie ..nd conveniLin b,ik Kitchicn
oanl Wood.hou-e attached to the same, wi i c, pa-
eou, C,'llars under the iHouisp, tht mayv be Lt for
a WVne Cella,, I.. i., efficient room for all othet
uaeq. f a f.imily.
The p-armises being so well known, and the acc-u-
miog .t 'lntagcua hsy wli derive from thi-r vYcinitv ;o
lie New.a Ccur.Hoti.e, aind Public _fie, rert(ienos
them one of 'he 'mod.t deiirabi aInd pr,,mising situs-
tions of an;y i to.wo, f'r a Hotel, Boarding. Hua=e or
Taven ;,may be entered oi the fist 'nfJuiy next,and
patt:culars known, by applying to Messrs. T-,o's &
JNO BRAODiEC, IMaket square
In Oic rear of- .,It hitse is to be Let' on Le,,,s-
a la-ge plat of G ound capable of containing twen
Itv ie rdifi-ei,, twennvy iFou, of 15 feet fro a nt d i18
deep, .n:! twoof 1t feet front andi 46 h depth, leav-
ing -rl-iy feet in hecentre fir a pa.ed Court. and a
large passage into Srhool.,treet. wrde enough for
twoa.etii'ges to passeu,-b other, which may be Le'
fo tlhe" acconmmoda ion rf fhe gentlemen of the law
for Ofi.:s, or for any onher foi whieh their clean,
quiet and airy situation are peculiar ny rdpted. Ap
ply 'ioM' As'ER BEJAr.MtiN, NO 53, Broad-streets
May 19 if .
1TRAYED or.Stolen, from the
Jt'nclo-.u e of the Sub3ctiber, on thr 27 h nint. a
Lrgylit Gc Hoite. hasa scarc n his ,igilt thigh, 6
anOhes in leog h,a s* '..lanme on. his right foot.
Whot'ver winll give infarmatiin of the said Horse,
shall be handsomely rewarded, and all neces-ary
elh ges paid GABRIEL TITTERTON.
Illedford Jur.ne It, 181 g

Money Lost.
SOST, between No. 4, Jndia-clharf, and
SNo .s India street, a sum of MONEY. in silver,
wratpoed up in a piece of white piper If the Ipernt
whi h' found tlihe sa ne will leavat it ast the PaUlia-.
diarn office, ha shall-receive Five Dollars Reward.
June a
-OST--At Philadelphia, on the
JLj 26'hofMay ult aSet ef BILLS OFEX.
CHANGE, drawn by.Benjamin B Howell. in fa.
lour ,f John Gibson, datedri 7 h May, at 60 days
sight, for One Thousand Pounds srg on J. Mnck-
entze rnl A Glene. Lonlon -The Public ae no-


tfil-dnot o receive thIem in payment, ,and to stop
them iifr ff.ied here for negociation.--A suitable (e
vardd will begiven by the subic'ibes for a y i, f,.-
matjon ihat will lead to recover said tBils rf Ex
ehatge. Theie accc.pran-e is onppd in Fieland.
MAJASTRE& TARDY,
June 2 Im. New-Yo k

At the Kine Pock Institution,
.I '.-', t ., next below the Old South,
r'I-HEi Poor of ever description are inorcu!ilerl
p ,aint ; and all o'h:'r pei'ots, at a reasonable
pi..e-By Dr. WATEiilOUSE, if M.ar. 20


For Nets Orleans and back,
S The substantivil, and fast sailing
brig WARIEN, WtisL..w TiH MaS,
mister, to sail by or before the ltuh Instant (w n
and weather permitting.) and is the last vessel'to r,
for thee this season Sbhippers aire requested to send-
their goods on bo.rd immediately, a! the south side
of India.wahwf. For Freight or P's=-ge havingo
excellent a commodatiios) -ppll. ti t-H Pit a A'1,
No 19 on tho north oide of sa'd hwrf, or to DA
VID THACHER & SON', Pa:kMan's oitidi: gs
Jur,e 5-
FoOR ALEXANDRIA,
The brig TRU I, Jaies Cleave-
land, master, will sail in a few days, having
prt-of t r cago eng ged. For Freght ao Pas g-
apply to JOHN W. HOLLAND. No. 9, Log
whrf- Whh hasfor sale,
Baltimore superfine Flouer ; ,Russia
Dock; S.heetings i Diapers, Feathes; Uland
and Sea.Island Cotton. June 5
For Baltimrre,
The rfL.u]l r trdiiig sch. GOl-
HAM LuVELL, A W. Lv..V. L, master,
will sail with all possible dispatch. Fo, Freight or
Passage, apple tio J & J HOW E, No .28 Long
what, or tih inaster on b..a. 1, .p'io.oi.t No. 34.
T..n 'i
Juo I'. ..,1 a: .! 1,
The reguiar-trading sch, EMI-
f I.j L r,',.Sri .1 4F.STARa, master, one h-if
r.. c .n, f-i.L' -...i, will said in a few davs For
remainder of Feight or P.i sge. apply to the Master
on boaid, or E & W REYNOLDS, Philaelphia
.Packet-whaf-lV1ho have lot ale,
200 bblt Philadelphia Flour;
206 do Corn leal i
4000 buslels yellow Corn;
100oo boxes blue Sarch ;
oo00 ch.. i; si,.e.i, q.. ia' Hy.on Te I
40-tierces Caventue Cocoa;
200 cask, Bandy wine Gunpowder.
Staso, lar,dirng from s. .. E u E "
200 boxes Lemons
So do Ornges June5
Tay-lor aml Gatll'ngue,
No i1, Certral N?'OW latiding fom sloop Hope,
30 pipes AmeiicanGIN.,
Frmi sloop Jane,
2,)i cilj b-aboo nbl ,-l)le t f.ia.cy .;,it
Chait ; 4 :". e s.. s -gnti t, ...r r, the same.
Also, just received-100 bolts Russia.
Duck; uoo do half do; -.'d. ay .... *)t
la Sto re-Lisbon Lemnit., in prime ot-
" d r ; o pipes G.n; too b ,J h.lfl.1.-'eet ; lo 00
do Pu.k ; S500 bushels ...:... C,,, Mu.covdo
Sugar ; Bacon and H-atms, RaAiiii t10 libls. Lin
seed ,. .
For New York,,rt
o--- The packet-sloop JANE, RoB-.
'M I-- otEisO, ma.tor, w.ll sail iumrueditteiy
Fa. F.: gl .r l'assage, apply as above, or to the
master on d, I;i.-q. a, Long whaif.
....'. n t;'l$.tft t i ed,
The sloop HOPE, B. bui.LiS, master.
will'.ail in the course of a few days For Feigh.
apply to the master on board, I irg at ondia-tee or'
as above. June 5
VVWales & b1eale,
No. 13, India-wharf, flave far sale,
LANDING from brg Jane-
S30 boxes white and 20 odo. b.own Ha-
vat,, Sugart Fnril sch. R"upid-
20 logs St. Domingo M5ahognly, tleas-
Liing I0 a:OO feet. ,1'. oe' -
100 tna Canpeachy Logwrood ; 6'0
pipes old F7yal WilIe i 10 du do Mad(ita i 5 do
India PoisA G;n
A >,, -t ...t supply orf al kids of NA
VAL : lToiES J.in' .
James A. Alen,
Ni 69, Long wa'if ,fos foi sale.
,;.OW l,,ndint from brig Juliai, Cole,
m ste,, front Havana,
18a boxes brown 'ugr, "
17 hhd, Muscovadodo OF the
7 b.gi Coffee, .st
3s hies nMolasie, pa }mity.
2 tnas Logwaod,
I, .Siiite-First quality Cigirs.,


Cdiaries C. Parsons,
No Gs, L.,,g-.wheof Hus for sale,
'OW laottdirg, o( hexes white Havn. naugar t
-A T.i.O--
80 hhdis. titum, high proof and excel
lent t ivo i 40oo00J b. green Ctffec in hhd ; tRussia
and Ravens Duck of he lit quality ; half Duck i
clean St. Petersbu.g Hemp .4lso,
Jo bc Lct-St. re, No. 17, idia-.ha.f.
Jim" 2
Charles Hood,
Has for stle At No 4. Long.wharf,
'"W'-NT'Y casks Spruce Yell.w,
50 chests Souchoig, H)soo and Hysonskin
Teas,
25 keg M..nufactued Tobacco,
50 buihells Junper Berries,
to dcz. Scythei ; 50 boxes Chocolate,
6 cask. Allum, 10 boxcs C gas.
30 casks ,>orted Nails; 10 kegs Mulitatd.
2t1 dcz Amierican S'hoveks,
5 tons Hollow Ware; American, ard Hoi
and Gin, Malaga Wine, Nple. Bandy, Pepper,
Spce, and Cassia West India Gods as usual.
M,, 20

Johne \VV i low, Jr, ,
-f 1 At No 3, Central street,
Aq, ffr sale,
115 bags firit quality Pimento ;
1 puncheons lth p'oof Rum ;
45 bales Upland Cotton. 29
Thomas Sawyer,
No. 9 India ,ehaf, Offers for tate,
'TjWO invoices Calcutta Piece Goods,
per the Reaper and Le;t,er May '29
Rum, Madeira Wine, Exchange.
pETER COFFIN, No. '22, Indita-strcet,
hbr for sale,
41 bhds, bigh proof W. I. Rum, of a
good fl vor ; pipes, half pipes and qr. caaks old Lon-
don nat'eular M dieira Wine.
EX'C2-ANGE on L.ondon. June 2
iiii:i JOrEPH & JOHN F. HEAD, No 45. State.
street, htve for sale,
O1 boxtes Pliil.,ielphlir Lump Sugar,
fist quality, now I,.l. re f .m .eh. Eliza Also,
I piece brass 2 lb. Cannon. June 2

Plaister Paris, afloat.
W ILLIAMI TUCKER, No. 39, Long.
wharf, has for sale,
The Cargo of sch. MADISON, which
will be soli on good terms, if atpplied for this day..
June 2

Rhode Island Coal.
Ya vote of the 0 o..', iatsedt-yeiterday. the
price of the .,li.,Je I *t.lt Coal, from the
fist day of June until the twfrtioth day of Seetem-


her next, will be Towelve Dollars per Choldrona, at
the CompanS's Wharf. near Wheele,'s Point, in
Boston-iAn" Fight Dollars per Chaldron at the
Company's Wh.rf, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
Apply at No 26, Long wharf. June 2

Gunpowder and Musket Balls.
F(p)i hundred qr. casks Gunpowdtr of
various qulities (trot 48 to 75 -eofi per piourid,
at to. 54, State street Gentlemetn wha have
orders for town supplies willfinl it worthy atten-
tion to apply as above Alsi,
40 boxes Mtubket Bills. Ju;e 2


C. & J. H. H ;y ;'arJ, Francis S. D ri-age,
No 40 tProad street. No 44 Broad street,
O FFER for sale, the residue of their OFFERS f.t. -.' general asormentof
S,;.onk ,on ovry favorable terms, it.consisr of I- SP.IN(i & SUMM EK GOODS:
1;roadcloihs, Cassimeres, Imperial and mwa.g which aer-
Bedfond Cords. Vlveteens, Genoa Cords and Thick Grandurells Webb and Nett Braces,
-s, Dimoties. black Comb.ica, Jacor.et and Fancy Patent buff Nankeens Mock M.dias Hdkfs
Mustins, cotouu Hose, best back and blue English India short yellow do Childreu' Coppeiplate
.s cwtrg Silk, black. blue aad assorted rich silk Twist, Cotton CasAimees do.
silk Fe, rets. L-ce London co.tin Balls, Pits, But- B:,tish Shirtmg Cottons Silk Flag do
iou,. I case camlet and scan Vests. Also, Superfine Itdia do do Be.t Engli.h SewingSilk
A few English Mill Sws, of a superior Scalet, witlCe aud buff India do
qali May 12 Cassimeres Blck Cotton Hose
quality "r May 12 Black, blue and drab do Men's mock Doe, mock
JuHN KU H N-Taio/r, Scarlet, navy blue.black, Fawn, York tan, Lim.
Olive,bottlegreendrab, erick and dog-skin
Nos. 12 and 13. State street, London brown, olive, Gloves.
-FFERS for sale, a good assornment of Broad brown, corbeau and Best 4, 41 and 5 London
S cloths, Casimeres and Knit Webb of various steel mx't Broadcloths Pins
colors, viz Supe-fine lotldcloihs, black, blue. green, Fancy Muslins, Minnikin do
olive, brown, cotbeau. drab, & mixed Cassimres, Book do Dutch Tapes
black, blue, scalet, buff, white and, drab r Knit WhiteCotton Carabics Colored Threads,
Webb black. blue, mixed and drab ; biff, white Black Sarsnet do Linen aid Caithbric do
& scarlet low p..'e.0 B-.a dci.. hs .liO .tnerts; White Marseilles Ves- Whie and colored Cot-
Militarv Butoil.. ior 4t. .1 ..i, .n Rc .nieroi -f In- tings 0torndo
f.ntry, and for tri .. lei-y B.'n il,.rc In.lia Dnmo- Cotton Ginghams Ink Powder, Wafeis
ties, (suitable for AIblitarv Paitaloons for the ap. Silk aid CuLton do Cap Wie
proach.ng season) ; Vestings, of nations kind, and 'Ilhicksets Silk ;nd Cotton Ferrets
other articles a usual. Also, Ameic.u t ranlufactur. Velvets and Coids Shoe and Quality B nd-
d 'Cloths of va ious coleus,. w May 12 Brown Liriens, nlgs
French GOODS Brown Co tan Hollands Inria Cottons
F Ch G. White Ctoton Platillas Wnpping Paper. &c
Ar No 8, Cornhiil, Black Millinets Apil tif
L ORD& FARN9WORTH, cF i,. :1.- 1 ,al;
.L ile assortment of Fech ,us, en; H AY SM 1 ( VACTO r R ,
,ng oal he folliwingarticle' :- -o 19, MAISR.BOS.O' 'TREET.
I cIe. lk shaawls, India Colrtns, Chcks, A LL kind' of UMBRIELLAS, PARASOLS, do
1 do Florence Lustring, -Ontz Hand t.aiks, and Frtuges, Musical! itt.urentsr
I do black and wilitesilk s E'rn- ia. oriment of Canes, Ac S&ec
Ho e, i..,.. c'l, l,'and Casst- JusT It ECEIVEYDI-A few of Astor's best
I ,Io Linen Cambrics. meres Clarione'., Ba,so.si., Reeds and Stri,,gs A few
Elegn figured Binnet Cotn ot. hiwls, large Wangee Joant Canes, by the liunrlded.
ki, k. Coott' C .mbdier, All kinds of Tunied VWork donein ivory, Wood
0 1i.. rii log black and Brtld shihtiogi, and Metals.
S i. .... Kdl Glries, Irish L'nesn. 's,od Juurnevxttn Umbrella makers and
30 dozen short dro do ; CambricCillcoes, T U ke n
I case Company Ban. Coton Ho. cry, Tuae-r's vnted ... My 1
dannas, HindsotmcVe;tiug Cototl Calbr- S.
i cae do Flag, Umb irel.as. &c. &c
The above COODS will be siol cheap for cash. JOSIAH DOW, has this day received,
Jonev A hic'e lot of white Cosodo Camb ics. which
French Gloves, Linea Cani- ,will be "rrd herp N t-v 2g
S Glrics,&c. e James Carter,
r1 ENC:'I colonel kid habit Glo~e. :-hi ao, I No 20o Idi( wh urf is.s for sale,
colored and White long do ; L.C..r. L r,' .; O N N hundred toits assorted Swedles 1-
green Umbella Silka, kc. w ti tni asso,,rnerfi of 'I., iot caks superiors Cut Nailsi a86 bags
,."Ens ih h -nd i..;., G...ol, r. 1 i,. F > .V::,' _.' g g.-ei r.-u f h. M y s.
S VAGE, t .. a ..-- ew Supply of Earthen and G,'at.
Fi ilt I ('Go "(l. W are..'
BR ENJAMIN WINLOW, Ao 7, Coarhill, has s iNIEL HASTINGS, has for sale, at No. I8,
just opened, D !ljler /hant's row..
I Case Frii,h Taffeta, a'id I do. Flor-, 314 crates and hihds. of l,.AHTH EN
ence Silks of all olours ; .do. i'-. .n Levannonesi WAiRE of a velv superrio6 qialits, ..eCel .11i.'-,
I d. Green silk Um ;.reltas ; I do. Linen Cambick I1 from the Mnufactories, s;.'d ,selected by a go6d
Hkfs. I do black and whLe Sdlk H'Fse ; I,do p ld judge of the aricles.cuomprisidg as complete an --... t
Ribbons. The above goud> ae oered pr piece or.' i'denrt as was ever offered for sale in this tow, aa,iong
case. o h it are, ,
#,' Straw,- Bonnet, :or.tinil,' for sa, uer dne Octagonr C C and Ed Dishes, a
or single, of tesry ailteri, atkd uewesti ishik'ns. Dr do do Plaes. ail sizca,
M.v 96 M' Mgs, do and f'ncy'.
Bow% dododo o
Up' I C i ilt~ Tea Cupsand Saucers of all sorts .and patterns;
S SAPH i'- Ci.L No State street. corner of complete Te'e e:ts biue pointed; best enamei,'d
.Kilby-.t, eet h jjust recee dr- and for sale. and painted Wates; a great eticty 'of handsome
One bale real superfine F rench (Cl.t'hs Pitchers i, Crates, calcuh,-ed for county Stoies.
viz belsuper R.o i e.u blgck iroadul fanth do El 46 casks English Flint CI..%,S-, con-
one bale Freech C.. a i. .., iz ltlua, rait .d i`.ar. sring ot handsomni Cut Tamblces, Jellies, Wins -.
lett C'assiise'eiL.' i Decanters, &c Lihewise on hat i4,
'hie above Goods wil' be solid by the 1 A oii. r- t.,,rt..er.i: ,fft',:,. rr',: '
vad or n e ,r. ts i ce'nrtn tlrlat.- l't)u c>ha'es hi :i f ''. d .,. .... ,',e '
F, .- l II t i, .li.., tI I .L k :'- ; I ,n i Jal ll I i ; o Il,
lotN WILSON: has aided to lis Soi a fe. No 9N I5.g r/tharf. Has jor sale,
.1 pieces of suiperfine bh'k ak n bhue F.ench T ANDING fromn sch Rapid,
CUotihs and C.sineiocs. Also, ait asorrment of a1 t 26cas-ks prime rice ;
i.,l. i Vetillgs -. M.ay a6 1r half casks do LrdMingfiom brig Norton,
Freilic Milinary.s 2 caisks MoIess-.
-- t ,N ',(I 7ORE--
A N to A ladia whA ,' 40 casks atnd 40 1half casks Rice ;
A VAUA BLE Inioice of the newet Par- 4(bale; Upi nd Cton, ;
issian Valhiorn'. Alto .- h.rlt tirs 'a )rDo !: lMay 29
1 case Glves, o r a superior quality, fr ,
sal, a t No 4 li,,( ,.ha'f N Ma-a.6 u ac Brandy.
Juist ret i -e-d fli'om Aluction, TWELVE p'pe. ofreal old Cognr.c BRANDY,
J St e ivn, iportedi n rhe Goi'e, frinm IBodeae, via Bau-
Ix XT', olive, and best blick superfi'ne ; tine, and for sale by MACKAY & PRINCE, No.
Broadcloths; vsiety ofgint, glass, horn, p'ated6 o e. State Sticet ylVay 99
anod steel Buttons; colored Corin Canibric,; Mts o l li W ater.
lnis Corti altd black silk La es ; Cotton Arim .0 I dll
les ; Cotron Sh- ws; vey fine black Bi'mbasi, ; TOSIAH DOW, Coantkil squiae, has 'or sale,
scarlet and white R. ttinets ; An erican Bedtickng ; A few doz, bottles (Colonge Water, of
Cotton Crasime,es which aided to the former the fist quality, imported in the btg Inca, from
Stock, coupriies 4s complete it assortment as Ft.nee M ry 29
thele is iiia tni; They will besiid for cashi uly, and -- -
;herefote cheap. To Paper-Makers, &c.


P. MACKINTOSH, Jr.
M. '26y 6 No 2r Cornhill;
ELEGANT F"UtiNITURE.

TU.I 1 DAY 'HE WARiI-ROOIf OF THE
BO.VI'ON CABINET' AANUF'ACTORY,
Cotng.ersasedt, will be opened, where will be foi
ale.
Useful ta'd Ornuaiment:al C.tliiet Furii-.
toute, all made by, u. u,,de. The ,,r,,Ji li.- inspection
of THOMAS SEYMOUR.
Lad iea and Gentlemen, particularly the
former customs of T. are respectfully invited,
June
V emioval.
JOHN SWETT, has removed from No.
14 Cuasom-.luse, to No. 10, Broaod street, where
tie hais foi sale, a genueal assortment of
INDiA GOODS, by the bale or piece.
Jures '

J. & D.Eckley,
Merchanitso'- Ro, Havefor sale,
ONE hultdred and 50 boxes Crown Win-
dow Glass, large sizes ; 40 do 6 by 8, and 7 by
9do Alto,
Paris White, English Nails, Round
and GrIpe Shot ; a Wrought Iron Chest.
A Store to Let in said Row.


VWilliait Dunin.
71. Corneil, *Offers on sale,
AN 'x:ensiie assortment of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDI.
CIN ES, on liberal tlems for cash or credit,
g'* Medicine Chests, of all sizes, prepared at
whe .horte, notice May 26

John Perry,
No 4, Custom-Honse-sheet,
SAS for sale,
i 150 bbls clear,
60 do bone mniiddling%
50 do Navy Meas,
5oo do No., PORK ;
so do No 2,
so do. No 3,
00o half do. No. I and a,
o30 do. clear. J
200 obbis Messand BEEF-
410 No I
40 half bbls Tongtes;
500 kegs fist sort Lard ;
40000 lbs first quality Bacon,
1000 bh(ta Salt,
Iron; Sugar ; Nails; Vinegar;
New England Runm. &c.
To Let-
A good HOUSE, pleasantly situated in
Was,'istiton street, with a good Wood House. &c.
Apply as >bove MI ay 29
Pew for Sale.
FOR SALE-PEW No. 88, it the 3d
B:ptlist Meetina. House, tfunished with ;Cash-
ions, Carpets, &c Inquire of JONAS COOLIDGE,
Green sheet, of at No. Coet street. Junl a


FQR a'le, 50 ban-s white Linen R AGS.
G c..., Go ma.m TUMBLERS anti DECANT-
ERil. Inquieof TSOI'T & BUMSTEAD, No,
2, Congress street. 6. May 19
New Branch of Soda and Mineral
WWuterii, at the head of Winter-street,
(opposite Mrs. Hat h's.)
TO THE LADIES.
HE Ladies of this Metropolis and Vicinity are
tespectiully informed that an airy, genteel and
pie.sant Apartment, is there exclusively provided
for all those, who wi h to drink the Waters, either for
their health or pleasu e No Gentleman adhnitted
unless when attending upon a L'dy The Proprie.
tors havitig with much trouble and expense founded
this Establishment, so well calculated both from its
local situation and convenience to meet the appioba-
,ion of the Female Sex, flatter them-elves they iil
have no cause through lack of patonoge to teget
their undertaking 'Those Ladies who possess the
power to luot the tide of fashion in such cases, a'e
respectfully solicited to call, that by the force of their
example, this Salutary beverage .may be as eagerly
sought after in the female circle as it "ow is by the
industrious, the studious ant temperate citizen.
Entrance to tlhe Room at the gate fiam Wititer-
Street
Gentlemen can be furnished with Wa-
ter from ,he same fouuLttai in a snall Apartment
opposite the Mall. Entrance at the door fiom Com-
street
These Waters can also be obtained of
Mr ItocG.as. in Corniill square, (avhs.has as usnal
aot A'parnment for Ladies) .nd opposite thle North
Dor, of ahe Ex,.hange Coffee House.

Air, Exercise and Diet.*
LET all those who are unaccustomed to,
L uarly rising, and who in this wold aspi.e to
somethingtrno.e thn vegetable existence, for once
rise with the sui, take a nai ning's walk and a Glass
of'ada before breakfast, and compare the sensations
of that day wih those of the preceding, and they
will be convinced that that oaturtl excition, vivacity
of thought, imagery of fauca anil conscious glow of
pleasurable existence, which tall persons at different
periods occasionally experience, is altogether depen.
dent upon our own energies, our own exertions.

TO SCIENTIFIC FARMERS.
Gypsum or Sulphate nf Lime tmny be obtained by
applying to Mr ROGERS, Cornhill square. This
article lias been ascertained by the experiments of
several ingenious agriculturists to be the most com-
post or manure, to be found in nature; it- aids the
putnefaction of vegetablesubstances in rnaritires, andt
in the decomposition produces those various goes of
which plants are formed, and the warmih produced
while the process is gotg ott is one of ihe specrfi.
prope ties of manure, and which when mixed sit'h
the soil, facilitates the ab'or ation of outribieni by the
roots; of plants That coiUposi td tlhe;et'ore wihi.!
contain, most of the qualitie at.d powers net.essary
in the vegetable pfocesi should ba pduf .,:d.
S1r'hi Rrttet Eluropean philosophers aon: physi-
cian, have decl-rcd thla Soodil Vater is ith giKeaest
im prsement in. dietof the present age Ile TRoioms
in Cornhtil squarc, and opposite the Post Of'ict, are
opei:ed at L o'dock, A M. sm ..t2ir 7


Dr. B irA:l Apa ', Se m n.n
"'HIS day pohtshied t MU a -tO i & FIAN-
CIS, a new waok f om ,ire pet ,f he d.iebia-
ted 1a h1 -..f the Reseir, hes io A *i..A ntit e"r
i--IE HEALING W .V lS OF
BETHESfLA; a,eiton preachcd .t IBuxton Wells
to tire company assembled thee .; .,c benefit : ofhe
imedicinal raters ; on WhitsuBnda. JunIe t, It1 I
By the Rev C.AiLbiOts BUCHANa, ,L D late'vic.6
provost of the c It. .- of Fort William, in Bengal.. \.
There is at Jem salermr I, the sheep.- aket u Pool,
wlhic.it is called in the Itebrew tongue, BETE''J DTiE ',
havir.g fivepo ches. In these lay 1 great multitude
qf i,- ., it1 0.'. ofblind, hait, wiheied, wuitiaingjor
the movin, of the water. For an angel went down r
a certain season into the pool and tuabted the water t
whoever, then, first, after the c;bubling of the water.
stepped in, was mode ithole of hatsaver disasee he
had" The following are thel ii ..t,. c'i .iide <. 11t
the above excelletit sermon I" I rne soul ul ta.n re-
iuires to be purified by a heavenly influence. Of the
dlignir of human natuite Of the fallen state of man.
Prooffrom fact that mah is in a filen state The light
Which is from above shews the fallen state of the
soul. Morality is not religion. The cause of the
difference that exists in different persons,as to unt--
sianding and rzcea;,ii, the wod of God. How Mse
change of heaii pr.'_"..e by the gospel is to be ,-.
trained. Applicairno, stiggested by the :ajt.ic:., to
those who are taking ihe benefit of the mneditmal was
ters. Confusion, The blessedness of die man who
crmeih to the living warter May, .
JuLst Published,
AND for sale at J. T. BUCKING-
HAM'~ Priaing-offio.ee, Winter street,and at JO-
SIAH LORING'S Bookstore. No 1. northh Row,
No x, of fiarmomlia Sacra,
Being a .,i;,... .,n ,.i i'- L. I AND) iYMI
TUNES, -l .-reJ n .i,l ...e.* r ,m tile Wuika of
Handel, Lubhe, Rasenscioft, Ji Ci'k, Drs. Cruot,
Arnoli, Howard. Boyce. Ac. &c -With ahich art
inteispersed a number of New Tunes, composed ex.
prcssly fo, this Wo,k, oid sorne of the mano fasoiaut
Piece, in Lock Housimta C'-i ,' i., i witi Voril .2-l
es, The whole arrange' i). .'r..: or fuur Voi,.es;
b) 3 HEWITT, Orgnsit of Trinity (?hu!ch
I' .r.) iiiL,1. froim' the coi.,ttrv who arl '
solic.tous to intoduce' pl.in, useful, and Solemri
Music into their iepectlce C.,.., ...t .., are es-
pecfuliv i;riited to examine the above J tiun,

BOOKS.
SU.T published and for.sale,byJOSH U.\ BELCl
J ER I ir.- shtteetlBroson,
T TI A ,vika of WILLIAM PALFY, ia
five ocitao volumes, contartinog M nmoi,s of hi Lfe
'by iieidly, ii lisa e.. L. 1 t, l'
idenceS of '.. i. i u 1 ....I. pr.'i,,, .,
and Tiacts, ir,.ii.J.,,-g .i. P,. jit, n,,.,ui Sermons;
Hail Paurli,; the young Chriitmn Instructeld ; tho
Clergyman's Companion. &c &c. To viirch is added,
complete and original Indices of the whole wrks.
T'ie mttils t i1.'. ', ',. ,'. a.i .ri,. .i. i. .'iouo eitlness
are tcro well I...wi eCqui are I ..*iim'J .nts. ub-
so:ibers are requested to send for their Books Those
wrhr subscribe for the above work the present week,
w1!l receive them at .',- .iir, .,c of2 dol s per
Vol. in boards, after .. I, the r, .,,ce will be advance.
ed.
Also-An EARNEST CAUTION against'
'UICIDE, wrteo n the manner .of a Sermon t.
is a -t-i. and eloquelntentreaty to refrait itoned
this hof;td practice of self destructioti. P'ice 2r
cents. r.: 29
Occa ional} 'cs'linI-,
J.U a' p.Ill, id. t lfor sale, at NM AN.
NING & LORING'S 'Booksio e. No. 2, Carn-
hidi.L ad at WILI.IAM WELLbS BuokstoreCaurl.
t. eet, (i one vt;nme octavo)'
Sereions ont particu ir occasions,Preach-
ed at the Stone( ,i i,-1..,, ,Bottun May 6G
BOOK-STORE.
B AD FORD & READ, Nio. 8t, Corn.
hill, opposite the west end of the Uld Statde-
Hbuae, bh:ve for sale, a large and valuable collection
of BOOKS, of Law,. History, Theology, P..etr,
Miscellanies-Of Law, a general assorimert, inclu-
dng Reports of various kinds, and the American
Ediion of Bacon's Abrit'gcmez'ta
Among r.', fl'te..i. cat W ., .. I,.. i;. o .,.
Bianey's JfL. th i..oith -,.I-, ..h D0 r. ,,
Feruateueh, Horneon Psamas, Horsely on Hosez,
:-3. ,, '.:'s Fam Expos ; .Ortoi's La'.I ,,,
VWatson's 'trc Newton'; Wo 'ks, Miner'a chh.
History, Haweis'do.; C*mpbellon tne Gospels, Crt-
1leo1' Coneord.ance, Brown's do ; Butterrwotbh', do:;
BSrder's Oriental Customs, Worcester'. Bible Newa-
2d edition ; Faber on .'..,pre.'..', Hu,d on do',
Smith om do; Newton on dq9, Fi.'..', 'arrnons;
Gastoi's Cullections, Geo. of N. 1 .: *. mrnt, Hoern
Pailnm Jan,'s Sermons, f. ..i' 3. 'n.,-, e'.i ... 1 ..
fev's Sermons, Moreheao'. -d.; Sceptic's Mtlanual,
iimeos's skeletons of Sermons &a. &c.
Biography and Ii'.to y-Life of Washirgrton, of
Leo X, of Bettie, of Cumaberland', of Mrs E Car.er,_
of Prince Eugene, of Alchbisiiop Fenelon, Lem.
priere', Biograghical Dictionary, History of James 11.
bh Fox, do of Gieece, ofthe World. of England, of
Rome, of, United States, of Vermont, of S. -,-ne ..-.
of Scotland, of Charles V. of Charles X1 Houme,
Sino)let, and Biiset's England, Gibbotus Koman Em-
pire, Ferguson's Reman Republic
Medicine and Chemistry-Accum's Chemistry,
Chemical Joutal, Chaptl's Chemisty, Conversa
tions on Chemistry, Helnry's Chemisity, GrAmriar of
Chemistry, Chemical Affinities, Analysis of Mine-.
alas, Bard's compend ofHMMwifery, Denman's do ;
Biee on Astbhma. Home on Ulcers, Jobtlaoa on Can-.
cers, Jacksoni on Fevers, Currieon use of W-.t,,.
Senac on Fever,, Wilson on Febrile Diseases, T'a.-
bhil on Ruptures, Matthias orn use of Mercu'y,
Thatcher's Dispensatory, Rush's Med. lnqui e, do,
Woks. Nervous Temperament, Chemical Pocke-.
Brokl. Beil', Sugery, do Arratomy. Desawr'l's i,-
ery, Hey's SiugeryBailey's Morbid An.tomv,Fife's
Anatomiy, Elements of Medecine, Culleuas Mt-
Mcd.; Corvisar t on Diseases of the bleart, &c &c
NMiscellanies-Beattie's Moral Science, Beattie'e
and Sister, Be!iqarius,. Beloe'i .An ,.s.'.: of Lite',-
lure, Belgain Traveller. Bourk'. nV .k., Boswel.
Ttu;, Br nih Est,a.iist, George Batnwel!,Bon parre's
Campaigns, Campbell's Poems, Chapon,'s W ,rki,
Classic Poems, Clark's Traveis in Russia, Coribta'
Children of the Abby, Cotton's Vtsions, Crabbe's
Poems, Cowper's Poems, Poems by a Lady resiscd
by Cowpet, Coi bs, Dobion's Petrarch, D;ctionary
of Quotations' Domrinican. Diversions at Paly,
Edlmund the Winde:er, Exiles of irberia, Fnih .m
Bards. Scottish Revieawers, Faber's Vvew of }' ,.
Walsh's Letter on the internI state of Fr .nce
Fien.l of Woman, Forsit tin Fruit Tees, Me'.
Mahon on Gardening, More's Fensale kdueatitn,
Fithe,'s Legacy, do T'les to h's daughter, Tales of
Fiahionable Life, Goguet's origin of Lr'ws, Hive'.,
Hoole, Orlando, Henrvrs Travels, ioit'sa Mita;y
In.structor, Humboldt's New Spain, Jews' Letter,
Kendall's Travels, Kiik White,Waile's Key, Wai,..
ker on ElOcution, Scott's Poems. Lampriere's Class
Dictionary, Law of War, Lady's P eceptor, Louisa,
Laura, L man's Reader, Mlln of Feeling, Mille,'s
Retrospect of 18th Century, Missionary, jb, ,1.. 's
Chronicle, Malthus on Population. modern Griselda,
Memorial Tales, N. York lHit Collectinns, Noti'
Works, Nurse, Nurse's Guide, Pa.k's Tavels, P,.
ethical Miscellany, P'ike's Expeditiona through the
westernt territory,Ranselas, Burke's Wurik, RIltSi";
Works, Stlewart's Philosophical Ettays, Self Contru!,
ieottiih Chiefs. Whelpley, Ihaddeus of WVar'a.
Waller and St. Evermond,'Task, Vicar of Wakefield.
Alo-Quartoand other Bib:cs School and Chii.
dren's Botks, Dufel's and Boyer's Fieneh Dictiou.
aty, Virerl, Caar. Horace, and other Classics
Best German Quitls and Stationary, &c. &c. &c
May 206


Boarding.
SIX or eight members (Aio the Court, ca',
be accasomudated wi h Bard, A seperate chrt-
ber, at No. 153 Broad street. My 26


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