Independent chronicle & Boston patriot
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Title: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot
Uniform Title: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. Semiweekly)
Alternate title: Independent chronicle and Boston patriot
Running title: Boston patriot & daily chronicle
Physical Description: 29 v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Hale, Nathan, 1784-1863
Publisher: Ballard & Wright
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: March 10, 1821
Publication Date: 1817-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
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 )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microprint by Readex Microprint Corp. and on microfilm by Graphic Microfilm.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 49, no. 3769 (June 4, 1817)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
General Note: "For the Country" appears in under the masthead until Sept. 27, 1817.
General Note: Published by Ballard & Co., 1829-1831; Nathan Hale, 1832-1840.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Independent chronicle (Boston, Mass. : 1801)
Preceded by: Boston patriot and morning advertiser
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. : 1804)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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10ATM BAGM U H10 84


AT a general Convention of the citizens from different parts of
the State, at B13usiA oa T'lhursday evening, Feb. 1st. it was resolved,
unanlltlnoldyv, to ,.uliexd,,..tihe.eI c(.Jrs 6~ C.(tis Con0rnmoiveal.h, the

as the Rneptubticl Cafflidaett for Govertnor; and o thie

for Lieutenatit., governor, the' ensuing political year; aint that the
Convention Would ise all fair and. honorable means to effec'tt their election.

.V -:.;'J I ,I, A., tUAY. MAIltCl 9, 1821,
FlR'nIAY, MARC'. 2. __ -
Thile following bills and resolution.were pAss- '-' "--
ed', and returned to the other house vt: .: Part"ugal.-The aspect of affairs in this comu
rTh bill to authoriso th coller.tors of thle cu- 7y is very chperidg; and ithe steady 'manner
oinms to pay debeatures issued on the exiortia- ini which tilhe Pertuguese have progressed in
'tion of loaf sa -gr, nifd-irits ditiled from me- their revolutionary struggle. presents an e,:am-
'Tlhbe bill to authorise the Presidapt of the Unit- pie not only worthy of. imitation, but highly
'ed Stats to establish a purt of entry in the dis. creditable to the paiciotimni of their leaders.-
triet of Sandusky, in the state of Ohio, unatfor .The elections have'terminated in almost every
the or o ae toriing the President of part of Portugal inaor of menof talent, learn-
the blditad Stales to rcu'se astronomical obselt- iing'and political character, to the exclusion of
vatonis to he mei!:) anT' in Ithe InWilitde f* th -nobles arid pisrits, who wcr the iuinrdiate
the Capitol iI the cityo'' .-' inron l-.m.- tyrants under the former government In orre
k,,w.'aseridjnsin i ui role1; '-
1i ., ri0 :i !q .." l .qtnce ol, ,. re public,.he,.rona dI ,.
pert i" C allavy of' thy ;I l. Ic lur it e At .Iforto, fotr.piiesls were nomrnrate.) in Luc-
yea't 182; .si'- tI cession a riepresentatives,:oh ilivh the peo-
sereslutinoh padtViding for jai in certain ple began to suspect that some clerical cheat
ccse for the sile c:stoly tpec()ssimprisoedd
unicer the auCtiirity of! he United States; had been put upon them, as regarded their
Tile bill to authorise te .liiid lif hoses an d boys on Cr : ant i I'oad Is- the result of 'which was, that their suspicions
land, at swego rer, were confirmed, and one of the clerical candi-
HOUSE OF 'REPRESV'T.23TIVES. dates was struck offthe list.-In a letter from
F:.iioA, MAecH 2. Lisbon, dated Dec. 29, published in the Lon-
Mr. Rlea" from t c'nite o P nsiost don Morning Chronicle, there is the following
masde a report nurfavorabl' to tbe petiLion of
Iteuben Daorat ; which was ordered to lie on paragraph5 illustrative'of the public feeling on.
the table. account of this happy termination cf the elec-
Mr. Nelson, from, the committee of Foreigt tiols :-"What would I give. my dear friend,
Akfidrs, to whona was referred thile. Senate's bill ,
providing for il e ., i ., ..fbaims under to have you h' r low for a few-months! You
the Spanishtwrcat av .i.e same without can have no idea of the.enthusiasm inmanifested
ane:. l ment ; an i t was referred to the corn- by the Portuguese for the cause-they are a
inittee of the wiole, to whom had been refer- different people quite since the Revolution. I
red the bill of this louse on tile sine subject.
Tie amendment of thei S-.un, e to the bill to assure you, that on' several occasions, the pub-
amend the act of last sessoin laying an extra lic enthusiasm has been such as to bring ,tears
tonnage' duty, Wias taken up. [This amend- into my eyes. I actually cried last Sunday in
rm-ut gives a power to tlie President of the U- tbh Serdo, when they named the Deputies
ilted States to suspend thile operation of the acted e "
of the last session, oni a satisfactory arriange- elected; every one appeared transported with
ment being made, during the recess, by the joy to observe what eligible characters were to
Presideh1t. "to represent them in the Cortes. 'Ie repre-
'Th u'inedinent of the Senate was then a- sentatTives for those p es e
gred to, without opo iton,. 'tt forthose provinces from whence ', e
S .. a .ut l S c,to the genera have advice of theelection being-finishaed,areof
siP0l.,.tlon Lill, was'agreed to. [T'its bill is the same cast.- Do not fear nov,. my friend,
f.i .'ly a.. j e for your oouutry, it is safe. Nation animated
1" r: bi'll [ rI u Ilie Sc alf Ne or giviag further r ', ... .a h
'it" b ,ll t 0 t ru s thisiis may laugh at the loly Alline and
tiiefTor taking tle Ihiird tn.is, was read twice l a at the oy Alliance, and
a:d afterwards read a third time and passed. almost defy Europe besides. Every one seems
The bill from ithe Senate to provide for the interested in the cause of their country-all
occupation of Florida and for the establish- business gives way to that of tie Patria I
nent of a temporary government therein, was I b g w t ta o t r. In
twice rtad atl 'referred to the committee of short) my dear friend,. once morecoAgratulate
Foreign Relations. you on the deliverance of your country, fori
The House thcti again resolved itself into a free she is, and will be-and God grant that the
conlinitltee of -the whole on the state ot the ...
Union, o the Military Appropriati Bill. people may be happy,fuorthey deserve it. Coni.
And the question again presenting itself on fusion tathe Holy Alliance, and success to the
the amount td lbe appropriated for fortifications cause of liberty all over the world.--.'al. ad.;
fori thu ctirrent year; ind tbe question being ......
on filling the blank, as proposed byN.Mr. New- --
ton, Vith three hundred thousand dollars- The Macedoitian-We do not credit the ac-
The debate, which occupied so much time. count of the murder of a part of the crew of
last night, was resumed; aud the largest a- this frigate which we to-day repiblish, in the
mount proposed was warmly supported by Mr. form of &lettr r .. .. ... "
dewtoi, Mr. Butler, of Lou. and Mr. hn- orm of letter from Panama via Jamica, via
son; of Ky. and was opposed Iy the chairman of Halifax, via Boston. We had some days ago
the committee of Ways and Means. The largest an arrival at Baltimore from Chagres in which
amount was at lengiti ,neatived, and the a- illere cae a passenger who left' Panama the
Smunt of Md. as proposed by M 18th January. TThis arrival brought an account
Among the amendments proposed to the bill, of the capture of the above Spanish frigate, but
was. an appropriation of .'-,i,,'O00 to pay arrears made iio mention of the-Macedonian or any of
of the cost of the erection otl"A arsenal at Al- he' .. .. ,
of tle cost of the erectoii ot arsenal at Au- her crew, having been in any way concerned
gusta, in Georgia. The amendme)t was a- re vg e I any way ocerne
grced to, and concurred in-Yeas T.; i.s 4 in the capture or as having caused an excite-
Mr. Butler of Lou. renee -ed he motion which ment it' relation to it.-Dein. Press.
lie had made for the Specific appropriation for
fortifications at Mobile Point, and at Dauphi .--
Island, so modified as to'make it ,'30,C' for MINAVE -M-J'io G'enieal McCobb, of the
each point. The question liaviagbeen divided, 4th Div. of the militia of .Maine, has resigned
en the motion of Mr. Smith, ofMid. the ques- cm, i.. .. .. e
ton was first taken on the appropriation for s comms Ja s Me n s been
Mobile Point, and decided, by yeas and uays, elected on the part of tliseHoue t6 fill theva-
us follows: Yeas 68, nays 43. cancy.
So thil clause of the amendment was agreed T
to Thie pe iti6ners, praying the remooAl from
The question was then taken on the remain- office of the Judge of Probate of Somserlet
ing clause of Mr. Butler's motion, and decided Councfy, Me. have had leave, by the Senate, to.
as follows : Yeas 31, nays 85. So this clause withdraw their petitions.
of the amendment wa s rejected., -s-, b .: '
The bill was then ordered to be engrossed It was reported, by the committee cho-en
and read a third time. for the purpose, that the Legislature may have
The Speaker laid before the house a letter a recess on the 10th inst.
from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmit- ,-.
ting a statement of the amounts psid to weigh- .
ers, guagers, tc.; which was ordered to lie on Congres.-On e of the annual appropriation
the table and be printed. bills, and i he annual loan bill,'says the National
And the house adjourned at half past six p'- Intelligencer of Saturday last, have yet passed
clock, after a session of seven and a half hours. neither H9Iuse. There is no doubt, we pre-
"sumie. that both will pass ; but we mention the
It ought to have been stated in our last, that fact to show how mdch important business has
the report of the select committee,iu the House been, y a concurrence of circumstaucee,crow-
of Representatives, on the award in the case of ded into tle last day of tihe session.
Col. James Jbhnson's contacts, concludes with ------
the following resolution : FROM THE MISSOURt.
Resolced, That the Aitorney General of the Extract of a letter from an officer in the flni-
nited States e directed to e all legal means ted States Army, to his friend in Portland
in his power to s no asid fih award made be-t dated
twecn the United States and Col. Jsnmes John- Sr. PETEhS, (M. T.) Sept. 27. 1820.
son ; and also to use the legal means to recov- "We are building a permanent garrison, but
or for the United States whatever may be due shall not be able to complete it this season.-
from suid Col. James Johnson. The Indians appear well disposed towards us
The report lies on the table, at presest,'buet I should not be surprised to find
"-sn onrs e half the regiment scalped tomorrow morning,
Congress.-We have no particular, account as we arie living a i t their mercy. If we succeed
of thu proceedings of Congress on Saturday in quieting them until Decem t-r, we shall then
last,- not Isaving received uny advises from he better prepared. We never go to bel with-
Waslinmgton by the mail of yesterday. The out preparing for an attack-they are so trench-
Franklin Gasetse of Monday l:st, states that erous we linow not when we are safe.
"tite sixteenth congress finally adjourned on We have 4tft learned that 300 Indians will
Satur.dy night. They passed the various ap. arrive at this place to night or in the morning,
prt>oriation bills, and a great number relative to to rescue two of their party, which Col. SSrL-
other subjects, on that day. Several members auto took and confined as hostages, for murder,
arrived ii the steni boat this morning on their committed in. July last; but I assure you-r they
way hiomnie. Mr. RO'Ea-rTS, Mr. HIaPIesILL, Dr. i Will have hard fighting first, as Snelling is one
.ViocrE and Mr. RoCKas of ;ecuisylvania ; Mr. of the old Tippacanoe boys, who are nct easi-
.oruTHAltD, of New-Jersey ; Mr. liUSrTEr ofj ly frightened. I heopie therefore, we shall bhe
ithiode Island, and -Mr. MossasY of Conncclt- able to give a good account of iursel'es in
icut were amorg those wiluin we observed." i case they make an assult.".

Weawhington, March 9r -
Mr. Justice LIVIN.STro delivored,the opinion;
of the Cuirt in tie case of the schaonter Collec-
tor and cargo, ati-minig the decree of the Courts
below, disalissing the petition of the clanasat
in the cause. '
Mr Justice JonusoN d. IhCie,1 the opini3 ofi
S'tie court in the case of. I l.raC!i.% ,a Mr.tic, in
whiicn the judgment of il'e catU I rblo-1W,, a0E-
firmed; attd this court decided that tihe wiai,
rant issued by the Spoakerof tlte lio:-' "'5f Fe-
presentatitve ;' alawful authority, .i i -u
tilfed the defeciant in arresting and i.,,pri-ul-
ing the plailiif f.
The case of Cohcns vs. the Stalat ,'" ig.' idu,
was .'iiud .,1 h,- r 0,, 1.t and the .Storrney
Ge Pr.ne t' n l r hr iLl.rtic ll .r,, i r r I.b,'c t.r- ,r
lle Ldleadsnt int u rror. '[Ti countl1 o, t Ltnti
sWe,, argued the -pgn.','ul t/,l.,out r'ah-"r tihui
tihe pt tiular ririf e. i ii ,urri-o' on rcortr de, ri-
iag to argt II cih n- 1me upot Ihe muteil;. It."S
pcr-uit i! hTo's'e.et I-.u ell'. va r-.uis asil,-:. ca se'.,
p f t elks
already aris'enor about to occ -u in' the dirfer-
ent states 6f tli Union, the court deemmedit ne-
cessary "to hear an argument b-efore i(-pro-
nounced its judgment ot the merits. Thie opin-
ion pf the court will.be delivered to-morr;,
(this day.) -
Thie argumentof the ease of .TV Ch uy vs. Sit-
lcminm vwas continued ,by Mr. Harper for tlhe,
paintiitiff in error. ..
iT.We ance requested to state that Mf. Web-
ster offered his a-,cumenit in the Stfpreme Court
in the ease of Cohen against..the cotmon-0
-wealfh of Virginia., ot- as a cd.uuel employed
finor that state ; but in consequence of his being
counsel for i.- lit.-ne of New-Yoruin a similar
case arising In thait.state.--It.

Ex(ral eof a letter published ii t/eiX. IY.Daily
Idvertiser. -
S'ualnos ,ayres, Dec. 3.-Peace he-ad been
milth a.sih thlu Moistevideans,and things scent-
el t-srti ime a brighter apliua tce, vle iews
tcrc eenierin ite OntI:y lin'-y attackedia
-ow n o il sk Ifoe du of '.I' -t*l. '.o i'iot 70 leagues
1dI.'kkiUliLesTire-utan, and cAmi-.1 OciTall the
woomnn and eildran ; they swee-a headed 'y
Gretera, who is a natural enemy to the people.
6f this city, and San Martin, who brutally mur-
dered two of his brothers. -The Indians of the.-
provinces in the South East, have also destroy-.
ed several extensive farming towns..
Paraguia still keeps itself locked up'.from alLU
internal communication. -:I
Entree Rios,has receded from the Umion,and'
has declared itself an independent state. .. r
Lord Cochrane has' been defeated several.
times at Callao, the port of Lima. These Span-'
ish Vice.Rov is reported to have 45,000 men
under his co;imandaaud to be a niane of great."
merit. Sani Martin hag-7000 Infanutry and ,000

The following is an Axtract of a'lctter from an
Soficer on board the United States' ship Co-
lumbus, 74, dated' Port Mahon, Oct. 2,7,
1820. "
"Upon oar arrival here we found the Dutch.
fleet, ri.-: *ir:s of one shin of the line, two fri-
gates, oile sloop of war, and one brig. Afew
days after our arrival, the midshipmen of ltli
Dutelh fleet, gave the midshipmen of our ship
atid the Peacock, a supper at one of tihe Hotels
onshore. The-enstertaitment was splendid-
the Americarn-and Dutch flags decorated the
centre of the table. Whlien w e entered, a f, ll,
band from tihe .\diuni.il S ship played Hail Cuo
lumbia-during sauppr they played a vafPety or
national airs.
SAfewdays since we gave a. supper in re-
turn, and as you know we Yankecs will not be
out done, you will conclude that ours was not
Itess splendid than theirs. At the head of the,
table was a, superb ttrasparent painting, which
the limits of lmy letter will not allow me to
describe ; on the right of which was hung the
Dutch, and on the left the Amlteriunn flags.-
.The room was illuminated, and the supper
served tip in very handsome style. About six-
ty Dutch tind Atricrian midshi'pmeu set down.
I was very iuinch pleased with the Dutch ofi-
ders. During suipplr, and upon their entrance,
the band from our ship played a number of
Dutch and American national airs."

SPhildelpphia, Feb. 27.-Sale of Teas. Terms
under bli00 cash, 100 to 300 4 months; 300 to
1000 6 months, above )000 8 months, tare on
qir. hesis 19 lb.; on halfqr. chests 11 lb.; 25
Catty boxes 9 1b. and 10 cattyboxes 6 lb.
Dorothea's Cargo.-30 qr. chests Young Hy-
son, Keetching, 80 S t 84 1-2 cts ; 50 do do do
Namshing, SO a 84 1-2; 12 do do do Eshing,
84 a 84 1-2 ; 20 do do do King Luo, 80 a 83 ;
45 do do do Squire, 80 ; 35 do do do Hip-
Shing, 80a 81. 1-.2; 24 do, 0o do Mouifjqu, 83a
4 1-2 ; 100 ten: catty Yoi:'g Hfyson, uNamshing,
Keetching & Hipsling, t2 1-2 ; 6 qtiar chests
aounlt1 ore ,Toies, 5thandinn.-gFloir, superior,
62 1-2; d fine ; 20 chests Hysoat, 90.w -.bus
l.filliame Svn't ry's Car-go.-t8qr chestsYosing
Hyson, Yeuqi, 1ed a 0Scts; 1do do do40 4Pou-
qual, 75 1-4.
S Sl/c of Necc-Orltena Sugars.-2hlsds 90 dtys,
3 ihlids or more 4 months ; 169 hfids N Orleans
Muscovado, good, cwt $9 25. 1 .
Baltimore Pr'ices, 6lh insl.-Flour, super. $3
62 1-2 ; do fine 3 25; Wheat, white, per bush.
74- cts ; do ed do 70 Rve do 40 a 43; Ift-
dian Corn dd 25 ; Oats do 25.

TIn Rhode-Island the republicans have put in
Inomination Wa. Lt. GiBns, of Newport, as Go-
vernor; and C.tLi EARLL; of Providence, as
Lieut. Governor '
A letter frotn Jeremi, (Hayti) of Jan. 26,
says-" The fever .raged with great fatilify in
Port au Prince, particularly among Americans.
In some cases the whole crews\of vessels had
been swept off."
New.-York Forum--On the 7th inst.the ques-
tion to be discussed by( the Debating Society of
New-York, was-Jlire Peace Societies henejiciatl?
And on'the ensuing week, the question for dis-
cussion is-Qieght Old Baihelors to ie taxcud for
the support of Old .Maids?
The Kingmon..(U. C.) Chronicle, remparking
upon proceedings in their P'ariliament, says:-
aWse afraid that tIe spe prevalent among oar neighbosrs, has noi re-
spected territorial boundaries, and that we are
doomed tofeel its evil consequences. "
Philadelphia Loan.-Tlhe loan of 149,600 dol-
lars has been taken up at an interest of5 per'
cent. by offers averaging a premium on the
whole amount.
Ohio River.-On the 14th ult. the waters of
the Ohio had fallen four or five feet, aid con-
tinued falling. It has been in some places out
of its banks.
Execution.-A negro boy and gil were to
have been executed at Fredericktown, Md. oi
Friday last, for the murder of a Mrs. Baker.--
The circumstances, which were narrated in
our paper some time since, were of a horrid na-
Travell'sg in state.-A London paper in-
forms that the Emperor of Austria ar-rived at
SL:ybach, with a retinue of lwersy-ltwo car-.
riages 'and one hundredd' and eighty horses.

For the BOSTO. PJTRIOT. population. New-Yrk. now contains upwards Wednesday which was preihmed io be the
TH CO NTION AND CONSTI- l.3,000. and its situation will always make it. hist time that Mr.. Kean wouldd pciform this
THFE CONVEINTION AND THE CONSTI-: .on' the increase. Philadflphian'in the city lim-1 ^ .
TUTION. N. A'o,.9. ; its, may contain about O,u00. Baltimore con- season .l Boston, the boxes ln te Theatre
',City Ih rfcporallti." .- tains upwards of 60A)00.` ft(ie population of brought t e sum of.$640; lht.st h was paid for
It was not a little amusing to pbserve in w~at. these cities are of a mnxt chtiacter-Americans, choice, tile price of the tickets being an addi.
tintiner the subject of "dity Incorporations" English, French, German, Scotch and Irish.- tioiin charge. The highest sum bid for a choice
wa3- iaitrodubed into Convenutitn. It-,did aup- And their situations are such sua gives greater iobo C a ,ge he .. *mhi ,o a 1
pe arif it as brought forward by an under- facilities to ensigration to the tern an- f boxes w 3-being something more tha
taker, from the gloss thrown ovef it by one of Southern States, and cuusequetily" they are five dollars a seal. .- ..
the pr'ire movers. likely to continue more- populous, Our peo- The whole amount realsed by tie eight sald
.4 political or civil projects should have have hithertolived very comfortably under f ticketsis2,660 2
f.r ih-irbbject, tO ,promote some good pur- town government ,, and may probably continue f ti i ..
p, -, Or' to correct some existing evil. Al- to do so for centuries to come. It is a inuc ..
I-.'., these propositions may amount to the more economical system. But if they wish to M K A.
Sat e thing in the result, yet they have d Uier- ppear as grand as th',ii neighbors, they have As o n siy charitable institution 4 hiav latd-
Sen weay of accomplishing their object a good a undoubted right to chAinge their system, and ty,; .- .s. ,,eneflts from the competitioA
I_., -..uyhe intt6duced where there was surrender up thesr prviieg'rs, withoutt being for teats i'.te Theatre, created by the univer-
no iti rg u.i;l, irlis lrre (n, % .I i 1 d to tdo so by a special article in the .1 i.i t pe iusiia to iue
Lurri ctfd it if h utility. -e ,. ;- i sple andid dl u ; ..t ., l nt e l.' l-ii He i t) Vtlli
The cpdrean>n of lht:e m ent r ct miltedi lsc.e hntir ne p mresiv Ihrwn out r l ntielt e b cr 1u as' his rr nni il!
tiot see lit to.-..tiglhse nI pim u,le 1s i m ..I unl ".li.- qont "epro. ., y be ,,n;dced I iorer o
U0onveanion,,;uf the mer aning ofthetdi rm City I ustl h .si-nlI,,,u I frt l'Ii t no other wish I u s I C" te T 1,i ohe ,'hio r itn t t, s a iee-

into sohdehndiesd*lytick foxprtessediiLaal d,,eramsu
Inacorporations, nor to show. them what arr e t(Iir I,._ -, 1.7 anut hsappitiess qttef lli Sm- r p to l t Ie e
mential ditfertenoe the-e is between the City 1101.11iunity, It ts s ne i r i >
Incorporations f America, -arid those of E- M a oieee o1 plate with m11i .r--re..'L i ti noons, t.oi
rope. The r osener appear to dieor very little in h"i on. ring iis ,wiih ,nes n-u.,n a.c olii nal
front ;iun cotlrt i ni0 ow, bei n g dignified only rllas the BOSTON PATRIOTa. tuie. The valie of"s"li .-in t inii'.n miht. e.
with city uire[tat- ile tne latter iicorporatle om o iin iall in one. sene, but in anolut r )iont at
the merchaneits and artists with its precincts, L A e 'yp B ETisECTIoN.f viow,c -at.a mark, oft 'I nlio, anih.. t Iiotr oC
into bodies politicck fol thespecialn mannage- IotvibLt hdnis o.nIf rclistschuein t respect tr ernicit, 'iilg a hein bie ititstie. oWe,
ment of their own concerns. The metoisers if thinsk- snc'h a comelh--dent would refleei great
were left pretty muchto their .Oswn concep- -Te day of election is at hand.-On the first credit on those instittiirsfis ; would dil lay a
tions, and it is very probable that suatly of Monday of pil (-6ou wi ll e tu.111 J .itI. ls- proper admiration of tents, anda.spiri of ti
them were idu y d under the, specious ttleof erise te most ilmportanti. r.ti. ort ol .re- eisity in this arf te country ei and woulars
citypriilees; but, iy. Buthe, may known that t .honat able e ..r L mo ,.r rh unlestioruib of th Charityi gtotdheofeel
term sticle of mer dan t to i, iange w.pre,, o will a, s a..to t ,, .. ","-- l. .Ic- g..s. Lof a mais like M,.KEAN, than -public diana
leges, for city restraiuts I fancy they would ernor for tin..t- m.l Mistachnisets. eisers or hany. teStatii6us -displays.
not thavleen quite so eagerfod roher adoption' Are you prepared, s iyu oughttobet ,for Oep o q-ht l iar. m the Ma

Which habitave sulicient opulaif Bot n, ,be woaenied con e our en s ouf thp.r:e-t s t ar i true, yo ars f h Boso hare, to added tq
bygain voted not to maker aftery erationsider as the federaise ots tel us, that you ae disposed, fund. -
thei prurient ford of government. It was very hg to s giuth one of y resolvedre a hopeless re Trearerof the Society for egve, not mploly
em ? Able, furat not oe r, cannot the Boston delBgaos. tn politidil arena, a sie avo e t :i e isndIsN-- 11 CA R n -

ten, ose any othdefencerf thisown, by a majorinyio, so of it turned possessioLNbutlna of- our.olitical opponents? iate t th befit of this institution
and so decidedly expressed. I avt so uchi de rding co ces- T. Lar okin, Tre arier of the FatherSo
respect for those gentlemeit n as toy have ppose, that all sion ?aWille anyou sd far forgets the hono ur nd Widows Society, areckipt' ninety .lar
ened o this grm woud bring forward or uppots, d neighbors, ipleyour frepubnism as r relto aioeede ts, the is t in aes-s do t e s oay no
I ertaiurely that whyould not be acepannot be done at ose opiomproms ca direct or inlee of the to ente,
their fillow- ltizens ; neilor do that think thwat so far forget y selves. Nev I' dl.m ackno led agnii the recety c-
tdieywious gvrin nt, and efiicice, sanution.anyr- ivyou pernfit it to be sid, thatt to repulie- hty-si idollers, of James A. Diy.in, dllarsi.,
tie onlf aobjedtion whih, ldat the meetings of t pubcanof Massanddachusetts?, after having dlyet fee that ehalof the naer s of te Bosto n Theatre
ifAisd'rtioclae oft ainendment ci.n eii will .u,%ry.w of th n h aa gIin .e. b a. h or sh tee lap froi m .t i N, ofcun.tuate as

t/ehaebitaieOnts1 br the hoitcdeef ced,'s,' beig stid th t efor of i ar sfeiLeraistues dmod. Li t h Mlaauer. o, a c ostoe
not the people qf Boston, Ant tl oc siloer l 'r ne ,o e o h thetrerpip .itv -it'lloar.. iti mgtheam
which have sufficient populatin, be woned crowed our efots n ,,c Or i true, lh. arc, to be added t
by tmeetingscalled, year afteryar to consider as the federalists 'tell us, that you are disposed tiater d. t
the propr iety and expediency of petiti oningIt s t es if ithee pedtgtess ntt we n te oeaa hopeless the Society for eeponsine
tie Legilature, forget act ohtincors oratiouin stre atrae yu har disosed to retire from the- Poor, aroIm I d.l.,s :-. .ii .iiid.r- tle ras
until they s ihobld be treated inegto compli- pttfi e sidtatyo bord ly e youry w i e-inati fro. th .iu rd l brle 'no s-.
ance? Ande further, cannot the town of Bos- the positica arena, and leave it nin the und ea is- i t iu.r i -i
reucc.ona, ihte to he olo he mul tow 0o o- mc um on tile .iL of ToN 0 to., ,enciouily ajpro-
tn, or any otne sitown, by a majority of its turbed possession of- our. political opiontent ? plated to the benefit of this instit tion.
hsabitants, petition the Legislature for an acth Are you ready to make this odetrin, conc es-1 i.a T. Larkin, Treasurer of tLh Father ias

of iecorporation,a without a special asru e is -co .i.liur..I, h riat1 ,. ,o e .- ..-
seted in othe Cuie tittoni ?r They haveprore- S ? Will yout sO far forget the honor hiltsd and Wbidows' Society, acknowledges.the r--
ceeded oi this ground in former attempts, and principles of repubicanistm as to alcede to this ceipt ofeiehty-six dohllrs,by tl ,hands of Mrdr

u the anr e e"tlo the{"otn ~ fasoI nDueoi ero tl l alalrta cersinofe 11
I eertainy dont see why it annot be done ut dis graeful cosprosse? We cnnot believe es, the t MacSgers of t h3
ainy fluture timine. I"--1hu st eaiinmiot' .oston.Theate:.
o'tTown corporations have full power fr Ja- -. i .- ". "h. .. ,"Nev S.- -Badltm asknowledg. the receipt.o0
dicious governinett, and efficient regulation.- will you pertfa it to be said, that thla republi- eighity-six doilsirs, of James A. ligkton, Esq. 1
The only objection is, that the meetings of the cans of Massachusetts, after l avintg boldly re- beha of the Mnagers of th.e otbn.Theatre,
ihaitants for te choice of officers, being sots of ud fe ists din to be applied fo t e of ufotunatepris-
conscentated to one place, it might occasion, t i i .. oner th e eBo.roo gtao e.e
in times ublic difficulty, confusion diis- l Card.-Th Treea uer oi the Britis h.Chb ari-
t irder. This is ,doubtely, a weighty con- ei ouls, at last gave up the contest, when the vie- tibie Society ackTowiedges the receipt of nine-
sideration.. itherto the meetings of this n i- tory was moro ttnan half ghied. ath er shall tyod- lla'sfromnhJo s A:;.Djctsoj J Esq. as
lure have been in the oigh vt degree credita- it b sid that you bold y per eve.red "n vour ef.. donation from the Mangers of the Boston.
lie to the good people ot this towe n-Ands mao l ths no too or, re Theatre.
they ever continue So But if it should be Orts-that neither the syren sangof the ra
iuore desirable, as it would be unquestionably of goed feem, nor the dread of the inputa- shop of Daon Nathaniel
more Convene ut, to have public sections lold tion of dishonest otivess, couid deter you fro n w e, to ether with its cotentsaong

eult he din ferent Wards, Ian ask heterat rtae.a 0pl e noto-nl ti' e 1 of the fnrt o' e t e tt ith its anfo
tio e M o reniot tas k ibce, n a is htende ov lcesa and reso;sv e efforts, in a cause to which were several drne. chaises, was destroy-

aidmnots ta tfa c e ,'omrncal io at goDernmen Tu the' p0ty o' Maris- a c0rs aelo r e
eti s on o 4l t o peiofit aSileetmeandete. nch Mc yi onesudit d- endent.nanmust, ed by fire on the 1st in.t- Loss estimated at
is lat t hIe iard the b e ctb atrtld tod pollheie n vo i uts d f.r",. h1,,et o sil th"c i"and d llars, Through tha
-erUia. The ard, might not be anthio ed to e lvsgpod-e, isuc ess.- : ; e eanior,, oflthe citizen M 3o( f halpolc, his
cati- votes of the alk, bitants resiitliag in OF- 't b h ci -Trri.;e' ..roit re apublprend -n ti" ,-- toaes

regulation t eight etend to then populous have mwc i to coted for-oul have y uchTto -r, r. '
to, ens The Cot stitutio req aires that timue a by ces- -, aod mu vt to met b ce boiLers eao BiltonL^ oi e. o vevr.
Selectmen shall preside at suchn meting ts, bt l, s Ou ioi y, gr. u l, o t o l -
dees ithequmretieUtopresideat onepiane; Do you h ant motives to exetioti ? Is it not an I T ERM F'EdICif CATOBNDAW.

seepr ad wloll., sbje tslthe regulate ytioni Hoifa, donWenUiSayo'po, thes buros es rehi haroiefb. ie
exlotenstn the considered ias othe Ateo nof object dar to tem heart ol every re publican; tof tar sosH TJV.t ,m t 0 S AT drN "o-
Aericand, aryd eitasi the o e uly tre speci- n ie; omple h the restu -,ation of or be e a l d P ters ur. Bo an is.. ......... e... S
ou. o s eidc o sr oueto coa. Are reien vhae t s unect totthiae isom of'thestrepulicantfnns- re jA.... .o .'. 9 P- M ien

to.sof "l'res disoed so gie rhe re, eg-2-. ad beentinn-d n 26s.i3
lutin of their oauen poteaty ifuto tie hands of ily ? has snorihte not tooth eg considered a 27 j i32 23 22
4har'our master? Ate tht people disposed to sprange'n icd p an utemcst ? CMi you lsope to see- Ma 9 u o15 23 30 4 d e
hgive cItheincohagetenl ofheire le tairsii heroestoed to meelar itnourtace its tlte 2 r t o s I l
towin heating, ineto the hands of a Ct mmoep ho sons o3 'n i4 oe DS l

escid to eits ad irs.utrtationo,, tiontwotio moehitnoet, .un ebunpkReH h .nt 2, oA i tr.
Coytunci? Ac they dsposid ed to subheouht them- reu llrnone goerne woe g meu s-mon npXci-j2 2 9 jartC.
selves ton the a egndltions, lt an ted i tprious; seigt pleis re not onlyrlaione of the fgeieral .. .2 ,, .
assessments f a City Couacil It so, they may go nt, but pely bid it dei- fr e week, 31 degr
petition r for Ci ety privilen tle taoes." m t t zerh .t ., "'
Is those any thing iar n the city aed police egI- ne ad a o tim o 1to, t ',i~ d M- elan h -a
latious ot New-Yorktn, that is uorliy of imita- ohybuit bisy tiieir cocdueto ? tesny republican 2ote 2.

tipnt? et us examine a little. There yiou toay feo-iti ens, you have here nt a object t il EinariIw, MHan, r Lh Tvias Cot. s -e
Find the refuse stutf of tae kin throsv iatqr a in-a noble oti uo to stimulate Pyoe to exe ro- pt Bri s t o tn t k 5t, Je fsr-
gsavenger ts. There you eta inid camti and 3t ne o adotin paor ao IUlSDID Por Mtz .facr
dreys th 'ost, paltny iings any w hee to iae and Lke sAC-come to the polls with hel reso- R "
tsen, and b hich subject ets ie people to hev y our power to style.-nsure their o 0I46 2 1t1,
expense in the transpot ing of goods and ser- eeion. RePembes' hstw iucl you. f iave to- sdgan, shuoks,.&c..to J &g S. Jeney. -
chndise, very needlessly too, beuse ther n i, f .. ,..r. .i .
no place shere mos e cot o venienst vehicles gain by success, .Sould your first-elbrt faef, z .s Hne, tn Posoth
rold e intioduce s the water facilities r-c so let the ecr o o a nothies a toisor, tnd more t i ol ah hE1 4l ins.
tat you se a heay waggon i rigorous eort. dig May Flower, W on, fr Ha r,
eAs're ali-as-evol t lylie tpwliceare iof ep
tIne sLtrieets 'iste Cimineal rtutle. erat dhcy or ma- n-ominatin Se Ca...ea natobjecsuE- a 'd"T

gsmeits.y th ae Mayoresaides t ra s ode emery aedrid w h my 5,de 1 Massa1chusetls oce iGe. .A ug tt'aot ;ser aiy Yh'eOrut s
ide i its administration oce in trvo months e o he hSad quarter, of coret principles- ridden e. s
Ay unfort u f atue individual may bfoth e bitoughr t hbe- see er o mnce oc gsobnTed by men w Poose ebuk d r, D
fore ats aldetan, amd cov mitted upon slight principles wied aasoise with those of the DABIVEI, '-
.d and iaerants ave baisordery krnorstr toT
prasighit before tlre cotrt have been found in- Pupo6 anbdthU..outy ef and a to oel f ah th'Chads'-iRV.
sCoen dl eintts are oflen wtase against arbitrary Py. turgoned mt n ng npire,,, llainl,,, r.Cnrt.isftidt -veaCharlBs-

about $7000), ao d lives in pritcapey style. The veton-ok at' te ivited to neet at Gay 's Hotel, mt EAR xD,
.Aldermnst live very cospfortably o roons amei ai, on esday thel dctiy.Re ofb r qMayrcu Shclrab Carid, Graves, f6r Cpe 1-tn b
fees of office. Tist. at 10 o'clock A. M. forte puipos e 61 t- sOher VgBano," Sa,, ns aFhoroa"
vni.e tr etiorniytinge Sedeatoiat ca-idates. to be dplr-. Jr'Pophrtigla' ; slo-ef, Dnaeia, St 'ofsif aos,
fPlibadebphia is the best regulated city in c -le Bakga & 9argetit; Adeliune, Ellis, Trittedrd,
merica. The Mayor precsideiis t office every ported at Ihe ensuing .electi.on. A r f ctsu; ords, Mayo,.; Cluarilesfon; ship
day frm1to o 'clck re tc omplo a eintes a reeP- Imt, Ma'.I Io, I'2l. Li*rpooS Packet, Rgdig, N dicaus; sloop
port of hdie vatlnien front tme ditfe-ert wacds, te I.,thin oag Playuter, tioudltoie Drintmy.e
dall vagrants afrd disorderly peso 1 LhO T CO, UT .
past night at e brought before him, arn upoin The republican eil ciizs of ,thise county of Fnsm-e the .i gl -' f s"i'l" '-el". "
the easinrtion of nitisses, ae sintii ariy Ply-mouth a se ety invited to eet i c- .lOL. S L. trc -.-Am ve -fti
lju'iislitd, or bound o er to appear efoime the veition,-attyliel.o. seofOasahus Lyson, esq. areiliai, rolte, 10 days frotm lexadria, for
t'letra! Count. The police -egmlatiots ae it, Halifa on Wednesday, the 21st of March niarblelsead;o
eae lent. rhe caints and days ue vei y con itsl. at 10 o'clock A M. for the purpose of ot,- so VutgIatt, 'adce, 3 ds frN 'ok
venyt. Tie streets atae kept ule ht snd ins rnoneting senimatoreial idnusto to be huppser- fu Pootand sloop Dureien, Sa'ak 12 d
ie it said, of about /f 60. 'The," alderen.eia puctigul ttewidal e is e. tested. ds fr iced fof uo ; sloop urPei'r-
ag"ai nt toes*and reguhatiovs, tec k ---ownn SotereroinD"le, mentioned in lat"
Baltimore has nothing to beast of him lien city5 JijdleneX"-: y. left at Tnity, 17h ult 3 rIoigs 7ar-ooetp Krsinht,
uulationns, though a in general they are prefr- .... .n'fMi1'' leie" for ..i.. tac pt,- S t d Ehiaem f.B".e, 'ais
ti tothose of Ne-ohk. Therepublic antield t c ti at toun-.e i ,ni, ,ito NerG heunnport e45 ds; Goeend tln-
Thsre city inforpohrations hare quite dissimi- Tyhtre uvido En-ts a theo Cut ths ro rt i c st
glatjn s their regulations, and in the mode of Coord oi 'HRAuo o t rday of hruit' it. frote r il mn; sueb, wriyn o
elMayeg- ri'ceivesrs.i- outna iteissad at tiefl o'he ortt'alok P. M..to makenrn mnteto fvis ion, i'olse. o iron', bi; edwausdrd, 1ldoy
The towvn0 government and police regua- fork the ensuointle etian. JsHaica ;,e2hil lst 32 Ion 67R sloop Mor-ituc
mons of Boston are, in nany respectir, super l t t p nrpsf th. tin 6 r o fe. marc iackftfr Saldnib fIr Capva eris iIb. y
to those 6f the aforju 1oncAMrned cities, and ts ithi JU1"SLOt Conty .07-pVeflhof0. stitiu-t, A M-Remnain the ubevementionedl
sre -tritlimg alterations, paricularl ^ith re- Tine Repuoblica l Electors of the Csuntiy of anud tbo;u report inS wy last.
spect to thle tlumcks aind cats, wticl acte too BiIo4 am he-eby notified; that a mneeeitog waill ErgSrl n, t;rc 2-Arship'ilEltinisCotde,

ers. If such as are used in Philsdoflficte were for tle purpose of adopting puropar measute- ir fr-Bntn atud *'- Sl Sulvadyor for ;'.shnaio
introduced, anId another regnnlatior with re- relation, to the a5pproactning eletPionmk of tiov- and i market, acd receieda suNipty ol uo,
spect to public meetings, l would ntot exchange ernor, ic. ,A generate atteuduiice of deleBates viioti5.
tli -mfuticeipal and police regnlations of Bsm- and onlmers from the reslpeetlve towsi,' is e.rt,- Scsh ancy Akim, Mn',gan, IS '! f! ?;ratanzti
ton, aided by tue present elficient hoard of o e- e~tly irepiestcd. for rtBoon. Spokt-, 7tl silt hat 3i Wu Ion '0,e
lecmtn, for tliose of auy city. Thbe mocal sit- ".oTduTneI, MAlrch 5, 1821t. brig M'ithcaist, oh i'ori tndo 17 ds fr ILivana ;
nation of Boston does riot so tuuchi require city .-*_**.._._ ._ ssiie da' set'" Fame, of ddlem, 3 edsf f- 'h.aro-es-
regulations us tne larger seiports. TI'ere is nrot TIme ,ev, G Pahfrcy. of tl,-s town, as-rut I,, toenu; 2tln, list dl-, lou, 42, brig A',en riue, 2 dO
such an influx offoreignuers, and its p;pulhtion ll ete." c, l jr ,,siut1. for liccmonrd.
is likely to be tmore select. Perhaps!?5 leri) pre;ach in "lue Inelepaumhezut 'u-rcls, B-att r, guig Autgestuiu VWse, 31 di fr N, w-Oretanms
.of a century it cusay Stat double its ilcs t ous Sunday lair, for k'rovidencc.

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'roi n Ptubon's An.rican Daily Adrcrtiser
The piercing blasts of winter now are o'er,
That cloth'd each hill and dale with robes
wile ;
The lakes and streams are bound with ice
The wint'ry landscape fades upon the sig

The earliest flowers in Flora's lovely-train,
That o'er the meads5 and Iawns, and woo
Just peepalbove the snovy., frozen plain,
While oft the wintry winds return severe

The finny myriads of the stormy deep,
Ascend each river, inlet, creek and bay,
While oft around, with circling, artful sweep
The fatal net, secures its struggling prey.

The faithful Blue-Bird, "Herald ofthe Sping
Longs to regain his own dear native plain
From Southern climes he comes with wen
To cheer the woodlands with his song aga

To mark the various beauties of the year,
And trace in ev'ry change, a hand Divine
At early morn, and silent ev'ning clear,
Letithisdelightful task, be ever mine. D

The business before the Senate having be
nearly completed-
Mr. Barbour, of Virgin;a, submitted to t
Senate, through the Secretary thereof, the fi
lowing resolution :
Resuired, That the thanks of the Senate
presented to Jonsj GAILLARD, for ithe impa
tial, able, and dignified manner in which he hi
discharged the duties of President of the Sena
during the present session.
The question being put by the Secretary, t
resolution was agreed to unanimously ; wte
The President rose and addressed thie Sena
as follows:
Genhlce n :, In the approbation of my co
duct as Presiding Oelicer,expressed by this ho
orable body-mbv those with whom 1 have bet
Sso long and tso happily associated-for mar
of whom I entertain a warm personal attack
meant, and for all a since respect ind estee
-J have received, ai. ample and gratifying rd
,ward for the solicitude 1 have felt to mer
S(their favorable opinion, If variouss and repeata
ed acts of kindness ; if an indulgent and libe
al support in the dischlarge of my official diptie
present claims on gratitude-then am I largely
and truly your debtor ; and the more espccia
ly so, when it may be emphatically oidded,tha
whatever of public consideration I may enjoy
if indeed I possess any, has been deiuved mob
much more, from the confidence asd favor yo
have bestowed on me, than from any marit o
my own. Under such strong obligation
which will ever be recollected and acknoc
edged with pride antd pleasure, I now tender t
you, gentlemen, collectively, as well as ind
vidually, my grateful thanks ; wishing -otu
safe andu nappy return to youre homes and fan-
ilies and the enjoyment of health, hiappioess
and prosperity.

The Spekeo r tino before the House the fto
lowing letter trom Mr. ViWirt and Mr. Jones :
Warohingltot, eMarch 2, 1S21.
Sn : We have the pleasure of informing yo
that, in the case of Anderson vs. Dunn, (witl
the defence of which we had the honour to b
charged in the behalff the House of "Repre
sentatives,) the Supreme Court lins foll affirm
ed the power of the House, svijuris, to vindi
cate its own privileges against every attack o
Tiolence or fraud necessarily tending to con
trol the freedom or taint the parity of legisla
live deliberation.
The interest, so justly manifested by tei
House, in the issue.of this important question
has induced us to communicate, without delay
,the determination of the Court, in order that i
may be known to t6e House before its ap
poaching separation.
We have the honor to be, With the highs
respect, sir h your obedient servants,
To the Speaker of the House of
Mr. Storrs, from the committee on expendi
itures in the Department of State, delivered in
the the following report:
The committe committee oi expenditures in the De-
partment of State, report-
That they have attended to the duties im-
posed on them by order of the House, as far as
the bic iness of the House Would possibly per-
mit, since the committee was appointed,, an
that they find the accounts and expenditures of
the said Department to be correct
That they have also, conformably to the or.
der of the House, enq-rired into the facts relat-
,Jag to the employment ol an agent onf behalf of
li :- United States, under the.-CGh and 77th arti-
(|r. of the Treaty'of' Ghient, anid find that Mr.
Joseph Delafield was employed during tihe past
year, as a $eoretary, fbo r the- performance of
the duties which would have been required ol
an agent, under the said articles. They find,
however, that the employment of Mr. Delaiteld
or some person in that capacity, was indispen-
-sable ton the interests of the United States; that
the compensation allowed to Mr. Del-afield was
much less than the sitlary of ani agent ; and that
the allowance of such (ompehsaition is not, in
their opinion, imupropar or unreasonable. The
committee respectfu Ily refer the House, for the
particular facts relating thereto, to the message
from the Executive Department on that sub-
The report was ordered to lie on the table.
Mr. Smith h fronm the committee of Ways aind
hMeans, to ?tion was referred the SnataEs bill
to hmenwd the act, entitled "An act suppleen-
tary to An act entitled an act to regulate- the
collection of duties on imports and tonnage,'
passed the second day of March, one thousand
seven hundred and c inety-nine," reported the
same without amnendmesit ; and the question
being on'ordering itt t he read a third time-
. Mr. Baldwin regarding it as conflicting with
the salutary provisions of the aoppraisement
law, expressed his hope that it would not lass.
iMir. Stts'bee supported the bill at some length,
as being important to the importing merchants.
Mr. Baldwin replied, and stated thai the hte-
ness of the session would prevent the obtaining
proper informavton on the subject: one "fact,
however he knew from the best authority, viz.
that at association had been formed in Eog-
land-to throw goods m to this country at an
under valuation, and that their names liad been
communicated to the Treasury, and by the
'Treasury to the custom-house officers. Mr. B.
concluded by moving that the bill lie on the
table ; which motion was agreed tot
The House had a recess for a' hour and. a
half; and met again at-5 o'clock.
In the evening, Mr. Phelps, from the com-
mittee appointed to investigate the concerns of
the General Post Office, made a further report.
Some time before the adjournment--

Mr. Clay rose and addressed the House to
the following effect :
I rise to submit a motion, which, if it should
conciliate the general concurrence of this
Hwuse, I shall be extremely glad. The pres-
eat sessigt was commenced. under very unu-

t:]tar,,-M a..-w. 'hn fhe appttntment of' a tesoTutton providing fo r :failb in certain cas- j We are informed that on Saturday last Ils TO7V MDE T"G.
presiding officer of ,the House, the -first mani- as, for the safe-custody of persons copimitted Excellency D.NIEL D. TOMPraiss was sworn Questions of no small moment are to lie rct-
festation was made'of that unfortunate division under the authority of the United States. s.t otoice as Vice-President of the UniT I ed upon in town mctin; on Monday next.-
of opinion which has been the peculiar charac- An act to extend the time for unlading ve- oce as Vice-President o the Unitede uof no inconside l m iniporlance, relative
:eristic of the session. The storm has happily sels arriving from foreign port- in certain claes. States, 'by the Hou. William P. Van Ness, Dis- to the establishment of a work-louse to relieve.
subsided ; and we have the great satisfaction For the relief of John Web3ter. trict Judge of the United States. As Mr. Mon- the town Tri'on the many strolling mendicantss
of to behold the ship of our confederacy unim- For passing to the credit of Nathaniel Allen roe's term expired on the 3d, and le did not who now are seen at every corner of the street,
paired by its rage ; her hull, her rigging, and certain moneys by him disbursed in the public toe. te o wti ill be introduced to the notice of the citizens.
tier patriotic crew completely fit for along and service. take the oath ofotftie ntt thle 5th, Mr'. Tomp- The project is to compel such as are able to.
no glorious voyage, nnder the star-spangled ban- To auithorise the collectors of customs to pay kings waB for the intervening time tie virtual labor, to habit- of industry, which shall produce
ncr which proudly floats aloft. debentures issued on the exportation of loaf srt- head of our national executive.-Y. Y.,m. the nimeans for.their own support. The plan as
ht. The moral ofthtt agitatings drama, of which, gar and spirits distilled from mblassese. far as we have understood it, appears well cal-
for more than two years past, oir country has Making appropriations for the support of the Erecution.s Thlsura, te th of April ent.lated to supply a very evident defect in our
been the theatr.is that, whilst our Federal Un- Navy of the United States for the year 1821. .-, the 26th of April present system for the support of papers,
ods. io is admirably fitted to accomplish all the na- T authorie the President of the United sting, has been appointed by the Executive of which operates to encourage their increase.
tionhi purposes for which it was intended,there ; States io establish uitport of entry in the district this State for thle execution of Stephen Merrill -
are delicate subjects, exclusively appertaining I of Sandusky, in the state of Ohio, and for oth- Clark, lately convicted of Arson, in Essex Co. ATna meetinlti t evering, of numberr of gentlemen
to the several states, which cannot be touched l r purposes. citens from various parts of The t own, at the Haill of
but by them, without the greatest hazard to the To authorise the building of light-houses Murder and CRobber.---A letter from Havana cpti.n hards.itwas voteiunanituoit y to support the
public tranquility. They resemble those se- therein mentioned, and for other purposes. of4ih February, mentions the murder and rob -election on Mondaiiy next of ihe irtesnBoaid of Se-
pluded apartment ts in 'l'e respective deoenifui.Is,iFotherctifof badbtn .esigerspoedofthe oilowit
clouded apartments in ur respective domicils, For the relief of Robert Buntin. 'bery f Mr. Samuel Nichol's, hose carpenter, gentlemen ig comfolloin
which are dedicated to family privacy, into Concerning Thomas Shields and others., and lately keeper of the ice-hose at Havana. tleme
which onr nearest and best neighbours should For the relief of General Robert Swartwoot. .The circumstances are these :--Oi the evening E rAKt W'ILLMS, JrRMIsi FITCu,
P' not enter., Let us terminate the session by To regulate the location of land tV'krants,and of the 3d, about twenty desperadoes landed, SABA- B .3co S AM )UEL A. WELLS,
making that officer the depository of our entire the issuing of patents in certain cases. and proceeded up to the house of Capt. Pattern SArn BIruLLS, DAvru W. CLUss
reconciliation, whose election first elicited our Establishing the salaries of the o6mmission- son, in which were Nichols and ,thre blacks ROET FErfNELLr, JOA-NATA LonmIG.
g," divisions, and whose sitnation haN been ex- ers and a hts appointed under the treaty of One of tie gang immediately stabbed Nichols DANIEL BA.XTFR,
tremely arduous and difficult. For mty Ghent.. to the heart, d robbed him of his wch and L A EL P ACKAD, Jr. Chairman.
r part, I have greatt pleasure in testifying to the To authorise the President ofthie U. statess to idiey. At this' ssnient Capt. P. returned Boston,LMach L loS 1.
rY assiduity, impartiability, ability, and prompti- borrow a sum not.exceeding five milliols of home. The villains hen plundeed i of The following gt i b supported
tude, with ihich he has adhministered tihe dn- dollars. watch and money, tied his hanis behind hin The following tlen will be E.supported
in. ties of the Chair, since I was able to take my For the relief of the late Leroy Opie. and threatened his life if he offered any rest a CHO L COriMITTEdL.
seat. I move the following resolution : To continue in force an act entitled "An act tance. The relatives are referred to ir. Jo- D. CT o.as LOVWELsL, "eleded 1789
RcsT.'ed, That the thanks of this house be regulating the currency within the 'United seph Scull, of Harvaa, for imAformation rl creative CHALES LOWELL, 181u
; given to the Hon. Jours W. TAi'Lon, for the as- I States of the gold coins ofGreatBritain,I"France, to the effects of the late Mr. Nichols. I.'.iscis J. OLIVEt 1813
siduity, promptitude, and ability, with which I Portugal, and Spain-," passed on the twenty- -W-ILT.iA.t WRVI.tL, a 1813
he has administered the duties of the chair. | ninth day of April, 1816, so far as the same ret- BEUP :NJAMIN RUSSELL, S]17
). The question was taken on agreeing to the latest to the crowns and five france pieces of SUPREME COURT. THE.RY J. Ovr.eo, i' 181S
resolution, and decided in the affirmative, one France. Mr. gChief Justice MAis on, delirch 3. Rev. JoiN. L. PIEaPOT u, 1
negative voice only being heard. For carrying into execution the treaty be- opinion t he Court iMASHALL delivered of hes vs. Rev. N. L. IOTHIMGAM, 19
-Some time after, the SrEAiKEn, having re- teen the United States and Spain, concluded tcort e cse of Chsvs. LEMUEL S)iAV, 18-0
suned the chair, addressed the House as fol- at Washington on the 22d February, 1819. The.Sta o Vi'ginot isi, pan the motion made Rev. DANIEL StARP, 18-
lows: Making appropriations for the military serv- Ito sthew f Dr. Jon G. COFI, 1820
en Gcntlemen of the rouse of Rcpresentatires: ice of the United States for the year 1821. d by tlat gentleman n and Mr. Smiynth for t Rev. PAUL DEAN
Deeply penetrated with a sense of the kind- To coliniue in force for a further time an '. Pincky for t d by Mr. Odini i en and d- The latter. gntlemn is nonad in pe of
lie ness and liberality, which in terms, and from act entitled ",An act for establishing trading Court susta kn r t h ( c plaintiff n error. The Dr. Avontbeter. resr,.
ol- a source,'the most,flattering, have dictated the houses with the Indian tribes." that this Court possesseis diction, upon te ground It is D.rthy of .remark, that of r. T. WICom sit
Recent expression of your approbation, I shall i To amend an act, entitled i An act a rcregu- rei on fi' rt possesses t nt appellate juri.sdic- and Dr. A. Dettawth, were df thie Committee
be ever esteem it the highest reward of my public lasting process in the Courts of the U. States.' t ofn fr am th or e final judmet of the havighet who first esootablished or resent sytet of
.- services, If the duties of the Chair have been I To amend the act entitled f"An act for the diction of r equit of a state having jurish. twn schools in 1789, and have been suc.es-
is discharged in any degree to your satisfaction, gradual increase 'of the navy of the UI. States.' state malo ae particular cause, alts defough such sively elected t t e Board since. Sie on
t it is attributable chiefly to those feelings of gen- To extend the term of Samuel Parker's pa- aiti e a party to the cause as defend- Eus-ioa, with the above-named, the only
terosity, whidt have covered my numerous or- tents for his improvements in currying and lin- validnt c where is drawn in question the survivors, out of twelve persons, viht wei'e iof
he rors, and which have rendered to purity of fishing leather of all kinds. validity ost i authority, &c. exercised under that Committee.]
Smotive, ie deference due to superior merit.- tlPe coAnstitation, laws, and treaties of the U.
e My inexperience has been compensated by your T TREATIES. States, and the decision of the state court is Candidates for the office of erg'ster of De'ads
Saainrst thel validity o Stit ahority, t nc. claim- for the County of Sut Alk.S
rteprudent counsels, and by a dignified deport- Treaty ofamity, settlement, and limits, ti'- ad a udert'hoe cost ehitution, &cl. for tL e Couty of Sufol.,
n- maent, which hnts seldom required the interpo- teen Site Unitied States of Atieria .and his the artent of the 'se of m. tN at, TeOmASaOy p en~ce,
sition ot a presiding officer. Catholic lajiest y.. "iat nt co the bae of .MClunyvsntid r. ESuRhN C LODA i) JONATHAN It" lALLS,
l ETitertai .ins, gentlemen, for every member Treaty with ithe Wea tribe of Indians. r s .ii an, was concluded by r. te illiman and er. SA .r CLATnc, ots MAS LEi,
; ofthishotuse no other sentiment than respect Trethwitht heKieto0iof tttmre .et1 e G fly r a the .defendents, and OLIVER W.ChAotI.&-Ie fEr, Jin TACtCAY,
i andfrteitdship-endcaredlo itany byrecotler. Tronenatymo the W t Kickapo trie of ndians. by Mr. t adrid for to h e plainltil. Gt S i t CORBB, JUHIN MARSTON,
ah ed friendtemdnte o manyeby oer -onvention with ltme Kickofoo tribe of In-l i tna64mlo mrIne
Slitons of united deliberation, andi effort, in a dians oftlte Vermillihon. i .E sz DAM, EDmteu)D MLsnr.oe,
m io oSOUTH AMERICA. mIsMES FOSTra, II-nr .1 l to(,rrt,
period of great n'at onA e mbarnasnimcnt -and Trenat with the Choctawnation of sdians. The official bulletin of the emaucipation of WinA o n, r. Sr.i R b so-,
it grt -f:d to all for tihe, .agdnsithintes sport. 'Treatyw iths tie Creek natious of t'diais. Gustee nute. i a e-utsSeition fte epunope, is in- Le.o e. P ru. RtOS eNOR, j.ot in'toiSfoLv n,
Sw'1ich constantly has bpeen afforded me, I shall Treaty with theli Chippeswa-atibpe of dians. sorite b lo lthoa the onion d Spa, is in- CEIAL. EP. nosv E iO, Join ,VLS*LOW,
never cease to rejoice. in "our individual wel- s.ted beiow Although the final dctliverance CIZARLES HAMIATT, DUDLEY WALKER,
o fare. t l of tins place, and of the provinces' of Quito, DAVID HIGGINS, BEan.JA. WaiHtTWELL.,
ih Care.wi t yon, t entlemesn to the bosom of PATRIOT wams a matter respecting which there co-:ld re A -CTt ooec
I ,t you rmilie. and f.edn my best wisa s f man little doubt, it must bn a ckno edged AN-ACT to reduce and fix the Militaty Peace
your pr uspei y, and under the protecting care SkTUfRDAY, MdARCH 10. 1821. t:uat thie power of Spain woult d rot havewbeen Establishment of the Utnited States.
of a benins providence, msay eanct of you en- s-7 so soon annihilated had riot Lord Cocaes Be it end Corane's e it ected the Senate and house of
FoAee faben fn proele, marky eoofaccheoUfitedugtatn-'o e to ... o m ofes
' joy the continued confidence of the a wise amnd Fromt e tio e ina i t gncr y lanstl.val in the neitgbdorhood infused courage i R oiresenlaticse of the Utitnd States fat rice
, good, aind largely contribute to perpetuate the teg to e inhabitant, and made them confident in o Congress assembled, That, from an afti'-riie
ne union and giorty of our common country. The session of Congress terminated on Sat- Sthe success of their cause. From the knowl- ficst day of June next, thie military peace, e -
s, -oM i-e urda nith it t e ec. I edge ve possess of Cochrane's talents, wve did tablishrent of the United States shall be com-
,urday night, iO AgoC d order and it pe feet arhexpect ile'ing th tthe expeditili under posed ooffour Or-niment ofe artillery, and seven:
TITLES OF ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS. ny. Both houses were a.journed sne die, his command had put to sea, to ipemeof its pro- regiteuts of infantry, with such officers of eai
; Titles of the Acts and Resolutions passed andI at a quarter before one; but no business was ducitnIg some great elfclt on ihe alaitrs of the gieers, of ordnance, and of tie staff, Es are
ta approved during the S cand session of thre i .one after 12 o'clock, exeplg the mere Patliots, partic-ularly in those places where hereinafterprovided for. e i
a appiroveo durilg Site r elnu session ofthe done bftt' 1 o rcOdcK eaceptin.g theer e tio i ttei retemai s td o S pahe n aneesdmty. W o .ist se. 2.al .i rrt/ied inectide Tl-at e re
SU r ee. fo h their enemies had the ascenuaucy. We do not Sece. 2. nid be it further enacted, That eacli
- Sixteenth Congress, and of the Tt'eaties rati- form of the enrolent and signature of some think we hazard too much wei we state that regiment of artillery shall consist me6 inc colon-
s flied during the same Congressional term. of the bills. :the republic of Colombia owes nitect of its el, one lieutenant colonel, one major, one ser-
An Act So alter Ste ters of tlI district conr e I o-6 -- present prosperity, if not direetlv. at least in- geant rmajodr one quanrtermaster sergeant, and
in Alabama. The Ntional Inutelligencer thus notices some di o rectly, to the warlike deumonstuations of the ntin companies, one of which shall be desieg-
io Alaamae fo payig to t t. o I of thine erwitn a St of onins noife ces hon e haits ge ta'ett. Thure ouvrt of Seiin was t rated and equipped as light artillery; a o(d that
o povideforpayingtoe B ea oftIhe lnes of C ressne infor at p eot .te oe ase i
Sthr ee per cent. of the nel t proceeds arising of the doigs of Cogressi reference to acts not ignorant of the character of the man who there shallt be attached to. each regiment of ar-
f-from the sale of public lands within the same. da sse (for aois complete list of witch see conducted ithe expeditions ; it had feltin Europe tilhcry One supernumterary captain to perform
Toamendthe act, entitled An act to alter I preceding couimns) "The first in importance, the process of his ar, and t hence had been ordnance duty, and that each company shl
the times of the session of Blie circuit and dis- is the fact that the bill to establish an Uniform' taught to respect ed fea' ttat skill aid bravery, consist of onte captain, two first lieutenants;
Sct courts in the district of olumbia. l, i when called into action in a quarter ofa thi two second lieutenants, four sergeants, four
To amend the act tied An act for e ste of Bankruptcy did not pass., It was. globe where its authority- ts so greatly weak corporalF, three artificers, two niisicmu s, and
efofthe legal represents of the l ue, by the irresistible force of the Missou-' ended. Formerly,i te officers of.tho atriot forty-two'privates. That each tregimet of in-
l" Henry Willis." seri Question, too near the verge of t he session armies appear not to have occupied that ele- fantry shall consist of ota colonel, oa e '.eutot-
S For tied relief of Elias Parksi to beo fus f ace-dent although a edspoon vate ground necessary to insure compiete-i sue- ant colonel, one major, one sergeant major,
FTo alter the e ofimes of holdiark te dstri be iny acted i, although a disposition cess; there was a want of decision and steati- one quartermaster ser'geai-t, two principal Diu-
To alter the times of holdig tie distrifctsri o ihend tO hadet and n dlll s. Tr erh nesot ychaactr ,aesentilto ttt
court in the district of Mississippi. N en.ly t .o it hd beose o ia'sntedte. Ser- ness t character, to the leaders of a sicians, d nd tenm cu-imptis ; each of which
For the relief of PerleyoKeys auidJasn Fair-! g;ant moved o take it itp on Saturday last, cause of such magnitude, that tended to einour- shall consist of one captain, on e first lieuten-
0-. aait ri"one secondePo.tesla .three jsc rgeand.s
Sbanks. but the House, by 70 votes to 8, i'efused to age, rather than to damp tie spirit of their p- ot, one second ietenant, three sergeants
....h bl. ,.t'ponets. Hlentice Sithe rocrastinatiow vil ,I t'n corporals, twoI musls micia stanr to,-ty
Making a partial appropriation for the emillcornii- dnsnai-l of thp l prov.,- n ..r the o.., th.. fo, w : avce po thliatio o h hay. oar por tw tus iins, and to."e-two
Star service of, thet Unted States for the year con evea n f o te bill oted taken place, and hence the hopes so long keps t tats; and hat tot each regaient of artil-
aay set-ie ro the tmilo tae oSte yer cainst takincoitotheTen tha in ythe tofadridof.e ing
H tbite thousand eight hundred and twetv-o. nst tang t up, o the ground that there up by he court of Madrid, of being able to lery and infantry there shall be one adjutant,
For the relief of Margariet Perry. Iwas no probability of pressing it to a decision intn its influence in. its Americanc prviinct- vho shall be taken from t e subhaltertis of tihe
STo incorporate the Columbian Cofllege in the 'on fat da even with t e aid of the previous. as Wei consider the operations of the Citilians line.
" District of Columbia. o. ent d ehe U ni. Ste ae i o thie previous o calculated to being matters to a speed- termin- Sec. 3. Aind be it further enacted, That the
To extend Sthe time for locating Virginia Mili l Iestion 'ich, on a bh oi ttis description, tion, and e s should not be surprised if, xith- corps of engineers,'(bomesbardiers exceptedh,)
tary Land. Warrants, and returning surveys the house wouldhardly Ihave sanctioned. in a short period,,pe iaps a few sonthis, te andti the topographio tcalengineers, and their as- '
thereon to ithe general Land Office | Tie bill to reduce the annual appropriation i itt le 'emaininig pwver of Spain, and even of sistants, sutl be retained in service as at p-es.
To rdc and fix tie military Peace estab- o-. ,e raual incres h Nav from ne Portugal ws ty destyd tro t the cut organs utterly desyed throghotthe ntorgaized.
lishment of the United States. o aw gl'atuan, inciesel b heNe Navy fron one hole extent of South America. Cochrane is Sec; 4. .hid be it further enacted, Thati the i
Resolution providing for the admission of the on to half a million, atnd to extend it not a mann that will tempori ze.-Y et .tdv. ordnance department shall be u tged m the i
state of Missouri into the Uniont on a certain from three to six years, became a law. Amntat- COLUBIA; artillery; amnd that the President of the United s
condition. tempt was made y Mr. Barbour, and failed by imon Bolivar, Liberator, PresiderAt of Colom- States be, atnd lie is hereby, authoised to se- f
n AC act forn the f of the purchasers of i s.es made .. .t .o ams, b binl, o&c. &e. lect froni tIhe regiments of artillery such offi- t
public lands prior to the first day of July, 120 o vote only (67 to ) t lmt to6 t t e appro- To the Soldiers of lhe Liberatings Army. cers as may be necessary to perform ordnance t
S For ttli relief of John Rodrigues. priation thus reduced; to six years instead o SOLDIERts.-The first step towardi- peace duties, who, white so detached, shall receive
For thie relief of Nicholas Jarrott. three years, with a view to building and hoes- has been taken. A truce for six months, the the pay and emoluments now received by ord-
t For the relief of Jamues Brad.Si t' teaes of tI n-eassels, exchrluin for tShe prelude to o0:' future repose, has been signed_ nimce officers, and shall be subject only to the
For the relief of Samuel Tucker, late e ea cap-' ..higorte by the governments of Colombia and Spi orders of the War Department ; and that the
Forn adothe rlief aOaftnSamuerTtertee 8paet ommcade in Ctpe-vat erot ] t r enmati ot entmel o
dtain in the navyy of the United States. pesent any provision for their equipment. During ltis iterval, efforts will be made to number of enlisted m tai in the ordnance de-
d For the relief of Francis B. Languille. The annual Military Appropriation Bift had put anu end to the horrors of war, and to heal pariment be reduced to fifty-six.
To establish tlIe district of 'earl river. nearly been lost, by a conflictbetween tihe two the wounds of Colomcbia. cThe Spanish gov- Sec. S: dAd he it further enacted, That there
For the relief of Alexander Milne. Houses on te item of aroriaton for t ertment, ow f'ce amd generous, desires to be shalh be one mnajr general, with two aids de r
S For the reliefofLewtis H.G uerlain. lousesonie emo ppopitio t ti just towards us. Its gereis have f-rankl y and camp, two bigatr generals, each -with one
For the relief of Joseph M'Niel. expense of fortifications for the current yeam.- loyally manifested their lovn for peace; fo.r lib. aid dO camp ; and th.at the aids de carimp be
f Extending thetimse fo issuing and locatihrg The 'House of Represcntatives fixed upon a erty and even or Colombiku I have received taken from the subaiterins o the line, and. in
military lantld wa.trrants to-fiicers .and soldiers sum -of tm'o hstndred thousand dollars, specif-,. n y sour name, the toast lionorable testimonies additions to their other duties, shall peufoim te
Sof tha revolutionaryarmy u Se ..p.a.i.r .. s h e of the esteem they ear you. SoIdiers, peace duties of assistant adjutaat general te
t Authorising the President of the United" sheds her first brilliant rays aOn the beautiful re- Sec. 6. h ndb e it furlh.ir enacedTt, That there
f Stater to removetie land office hin the district .applied. The Senate struck out the whole, gions of Colombia ; but shoulthd our eemties shall be one adjutant general, and two inspec-
f of Larence Cunty, in the' t'rritoty of Atr- and proposed to insert in lieu thereof the gross through blindness whiberetof there is not the tors general, within thie rank, pay, antd eau- are
kanTsas.t : i sgf hndd t nd dllrs To slghtest apprehensions, peiist in their injustice Incuts, of colonels of cavalry. f
To alter the times of holding the district undedtosand dollars. To this are not you Ithe favorites of victory ? Head Sec. 7. At be it Jfurther enacted, That there
Scoui-t in the n northern district of New-Yor amendment thle House of Representatives disa- Quarters at Barinas, 7th Dee. 1820, and 10th shalh be one quartermaster general; Sthtt tiue
S FoSr the reliefofBartholomnew Duve-ge. greed ; and a conference was ithe result, whichli year of Independence. BOLIVAR. shall be'two qnartermnasters, wiih tie rank,
s For the relief of Rosalie P. Deslonide. ended, just before 12 o'clock, in the Senate's ...t. GUAYAQUIL FREE. pay, attnd.ntiotlmnentsofinijolrs of cavlryi ; and a
Confinrtiing te location of the scat ofgovern- re ferot tha a i tulletitiVernttt0t of Condiamarca. ten assistant quartermasters, who shall, in atd-
recedim C fr0mt yat0and8othereamendmentsrcvas t
ment ofthe state of Illinois, and for other put'- CALV, 91h of Nov. 1820. dltion to their pay -in the line, receive a sun
poset. the bill. JMOst Exce!tent Sir- Aftere losing the mail, -ot less than ten dollars, nor more than twenty v
'rFtrther to regulate uire entry of uerehandise The detmls of She bill providing for the oc- thme fol lowing advice of tle 'iber'atiou of Guay- dollars, per monthh, to be regulated by thma Sec- t
imported into the United States from any adja- cup,,ion of F.otint. and fo. the setthe.. ts of aquil was received here, which l transcribe trtary 05 WVi'. t
cent territory. '-ns o word for woauhr and forward to vot- Excellency Sec. 8. A.l lbe it fi-'lher nla-te., That there
For the relief of the family of the late Oliver claims according to the Tr'eaty with Spain, I have the satisfaction of cominunicating to it sall be one commissary general ufasub.hititnce; J
Hazard Perry, Esq. gave rise to much debate ; but the bill finally you atm extract of the highest hiporranec to and that theme shall be as inauly assistant corn-
For the relief of Pierre Denis De La Ronde. became a law. The territorial appoivtmaets tle Patriotic cause. At time dawn of the ninth i mlssaries as the service may require, not ex-
t To release French sUips aend, esselsi enteSing ] i .hc. .h a .i- o ........ -. al r ist. all tSse troops of this city in conjunction ceeduing fifty', who shall be taken tronm the sub-
the ports'ol the United States prise to the I thd b" a of co iwssionteths nutder mirs itehlabitt~its proclaimed Intdeoendence alte"ns of. tme "ine, ard sil, i" additiohi to I:
of Septemtler, 1824, from the operation of the the Spanish Treaty, may uemnade by the Pres- with an entthuciasm uot to be couceived, aind their pay in thie lhite, receive a sum not less
act, entitled An mit to impose a new tomragu ident of the United States, in the recess of conducted themselves with sudch regulariiy,' than tea, iot- more than twenty, dollars per '"
duty on French ships acd vessels, and fot' other Congress atud the. act liassed at soJ late that it looked more like a day of public rcjoic-1 mouth; and that the assistant quarlermuasteors, a
purposes" a nb ahati tug tian of"a Revalutuon. I hmastea to intormt atd assistant commissaries of subsistauice, shall
Making approphlations for-Sthe support of go- hour -n Saturday hight, that n nominations yore' Exceleuncy of this.news, as it must tend be subject to duties in bothi departments, under
verninent for Site year .2i1. were made under it. t to influence your military operations, more the orders of the Secretary of War' F
Authorising the Secretary of State to issue a. The loan. bill hns become a law. Wlten if "especially as I am ttue Commaud-r it Chitieof Sec. 9. .4Id be itft'rtlter enacted That there a
pateut to 'Thomas Oxly. w unidar cnsidration, it Steh of R" a l the ftrees'in this Provhice. I shtll use al shall be onep paymaster general, with tie pres- P
Resolution authorising the President of the was"undr consideration, in lte I'ouse of Rei possible means iu order tSiat we muay co-operate eait consluintatiot, and fourteen paymasters, fi
United States to cause astrotnotical observa- resentative's, a motion was made to strike out in. gving Liberty to the neighlboriag Provinces, within thte pay and emohuteuts of regiment'l m
Sons to be made to asceottais the longitude of *jifour and insert five, so as to make the loan fire which, if nt actually revohltionizetd, are at paymasters ; and that there shall be one comn- c
he Capitol in the City of Washingtoot, from millions fivluudi-ed ttousanid dollars listed least pepaiitng to follow out- eu exa .ple m am- nissary of purchases, and tio military ystore- t-
snte kanitow meridian in Europe. W i brace this fortunate moment to assure you of keepr.s, to he attached to the pureimAiiig de- t
At act to revive anud continue in force" An of 4,50,O00; but thea-iotiun was ,egi, = i.,.d.- .nmyg(tntitnetits of f-iendshdp.and firaternity, God partment. t' o
act tisng the compansationsof the Seeretamyctf In the Senate, the loan was increased to five preserve you many yeare.--Guavaquil, 13th Sec. 10. .rndt bsit furlier enacted, That the
the Senuate and Clerk of ihe 1House of Repre- millions;- to tvhichi, wivithinn reluctance the eOct. 1820, the Fifth Year of our lndrpe-ndeuce. medical department shiall consist of one sur-
*sentatibes, of the Clerks employed in their offi- Hlouseat last agreed GREGOR0O ESCOBEBO, geot general, eight surgeons, jilti the com-
ces, atnd of the Librarian," approved th'e ldth a l Commander in Chief, to thus Comtmiauder in pehsaitun of regimenttal surgeons, anud lsi y-five io
day of April, 1818. Chief ntthe Divisiot ofSauta Fe iiiu Pajiyan assistant surgeons, within tLe conlpmsaiutto of n
Making appro'o,.iations for the publio build- or tihe Vales. post surgeons. \i
hugs. The inauguraiion of the first officer of Sithe The fuoregoiug advice I comsmsunicate to yotir Sec. 11. -lid ude it further esate-ed, Thiat the li
Authorising the Secretary of tle Treasury of Republic was to have talteu place at 12 o'ulock Exeetlency for your intformatiomi and stil-istac- officers, non-ru o.:-iisioued otims-us, artiticer., A
time United States to sell and convey a certain on Monday last, in the Hull of the House of tiou. God pres-ervo your Excl!erth:y man'my ntusiciasu, aud ircitttts, retained by this tlt, v
tract of land in Northumberland county, in the Representatives. The Pr~esideat of the.Uniited years. MANUEL TALDES, except those specially provided lor. uihall liav t
'state of Virginia. States, says the National Iutelligencer oftMon- I General of time South. the sanc ranI.:, tisV. nand etuolsnit --, us are us

'To amend the act. entitled An act to:pro. day lust, oa Ins induction to his second term if To his Excellency, P."F. Santander, Vice- provided in like case's, uiy existling hlavs and it
vide for taking the fourth census, or enumera. lice, will, in the presence of the People of the President of the Depattiment of Santauder. that the torce aiuthri- ed atnd ontinued iil setrv- b;
lion of the inhabitants of the UniStd States, and United States, take the oath prescribed bv thie ice under this act shall be subject to the rules tl
tfor other purposes." Constitution, which will be administered to Markets at Itrana, Feb. 14ih.-Flour $14 and articles of war. th
To alter and establish certain post roads. him by the Chief Justice. In compliance, too, rice 4 50 a5 ; lard la cents; hamis 17 ; candies Sec 12. lAnd be it fur-ther enacted, That the ni
'Touthorise the clerk of the district court of with the good old usage, he will deliver a 0o a 22. Large quantities of Anerican and President of thie United States cau.e to be ar- do
the United States, for the District of Loaisiana, Speech upon the occasion, in Which we may Spanish flour in market, from 25 to 30,0i0 bble. ranged tie oillcers, non-cominissioued olficcrs, tl
to appoint a deputy to aid him in the discharge ; expect to find a frank statement of his views on All kinds ai Americaun prouace very dull. Coi- artificers, inusicians, and privates, of thle sever- o,
of the duties of lhis office. I public afiErs. fee ot board I22. al corps rnw in the ..um u the United :atcs, v

in such mlami-r as to form and complete ont of
the same the force authorized by this ect, and
'cause the supernumerary officers, non-commi-
sioned officers, artificers, musicians, atnd pri-
votes, to tie discharged from the service of tue
United States.
Sec. 13. .?ni be ilftrther enaccrd, Ti:at there
shall tie allowed and pPaid to reach commission-
ed nolicer who shall Ile discharged fron-m the
-ervice of the United States in oursitauce oftihis
act, three months pay in addition to thei pay
aitd emoluments to which be may be entitled'_-
by law st the time ofJhis udilsc,',ari-e.
Sec. 14. A'nd be it further enacted, That the
system of" General ltegu!atioIs forthe Armiy.'
compiled by Major General ,cott, shall bean'
the same is hereby, approved and adopted for
the government of the army of the* U. States,
and of the militia, when in the service o1 tbh
United States.
Speaker of the Hiuse of lit' etenttatie.
President o t he S euaei i o lIup .re.-
Washington, Maich 2dl,1821. Approed :

We understand the Masonic Hall, recently-
fitted up in the Old State House, and whmiclh is
now in a stale ofonipletion, i!l ble dedicated.
in the course of the cinuthini neak. VWe think
no one who shall view tle iniprovement mad'
in the interior of il., i.Il Il.. .'ill regret tli,
diapoisition made i i tl ., i.lt uLt by tihe towi.

Muasoni .,!irc.--The officers and members
of tihe Bs'oit .E'.naiaprneimt of 1 '' Ternii-
iat's, C timtciIl of 'Royia l 11-;Lter,, .. .,drew's.
anmd St. Paul's rovi, Arch tC!lapters, are re-
quested to meet at 5:ilasoms' Stll,' A:i-srmeet,
on Mot day inex at 7 o'clock P. 1M.
March I"0, 1821.

Ion. J. H. Lyman, from Hanapshire District,
and Hou. S. G.irdine, Irot.l Werc-este', live de-
clined bietis, candidates for mc-cleciioi to the
Senate of this State.

Tanih're.-Mr. KRean closed, his enga-gemmnt
here on 'WediuesLy eveuin g last. It' heroin;i-
,ated the ch;atracter of Ories." in i'., ,- r
of the D:strcst Mlo'ther," a tran; ltioii t ori'l
the Fjrench of Racin adapted by Piiilliips, wit!i
st',tfcess, to tihe Engltii n st -e. The s-.i'at;ici-
tion is smocith and :thar'.nious, t(ie dihlu,:I'ut
suiriled and etfettive ; snd thtrulm h tilet piiet' is
dr t.ient in. variety of ineideimt; rt~d lagis coi.
sAlei-ly until the fomrthanti a if cts, it was
rendered on the whole, froa tlio aleit of Itt'
principal actors, iuittm ati intcresting.peri-orn-
ance. .hat was wvanmiimg in Orestes," vain;
amply made ;tip by" eirmoie ;' apnd we doubt
wheether tlie ittlr part ovas river more happilv-
sustaiied on uAmerican boards. Inudeeid, (olrle
sf oir most ;,.1, ;; tilti foreigners speak oiiiP its
the highest terms Of admnitiaioli. and considc-
it not inferior to tile exertions of Ihe celebrated
Mad.unoiselle Clairon, in the same character.
We like to see tnodest, unobtrusive talent en-
couraged, from whate'aer quarter it mamy enma-
nate ; and we trust .tlat those who i ittCunssei
Mrs. Duff's delineationi of Hermione," will
not be unnindful of lir claims to patronage lon
a benl it night. 11.

A letterrfromI Va's.1.1 .i, -i .te---Ae du u was
fotcght between N Iji,.ur. -"1li and Miller qt
Bladcnsburgh on Satiu-day last. Time tbrnier
Wee wounded in Slte thigh, but not cousideted
in deaigcr. The duel nwas fought at'tcmn pact-s.
Muijor Smith received the ball about lim it-lth
below the hip-joint, which passed to the tirowil,
nvhence it was extracted. Major I. received
no other injury than the pruning one ofat is
whiskers by his'antagonist's boull. Tilt ccali -
sion on the bone appears to be very severyac
atnd the course of the ball was full five inches
through the llcdby part.--Y. l. .seL adv.

S.Relf Execuution.-The goal in Essex Couy,
Va. wsas lately destroyed by tire, and a hlunai
being, a tenant of the prison, fell a victim to
the flames which himself had kindled with the-
View of etfecting lis sctape. 'Thie oaldr ltein
tbsent from tnmvin,the keys euldi no wimre be
tound, and the door of tile prisoner's cell rc-
sisted all attempts to force it open.
Mait tRobbery.-Birdsceye Oriat, of HIudsol,
Ohti, a deputy postmaster, as been committed.
for trial on a chareg of robbing the mail. Uonl
Stmi nation lsie confessed that e had purlTiiil
uoney from letters, at difekant tmneis, to tile
aniouut of eleven uundred dollars, and that he is
low in possession of $900 of that sunm.
Good TravellUng.-Jrohn M. Henry, of Vcvav,
und. lately travelleda on fo t a distance of six.ct
milcs, over a very rough road, from 6 o'clock
in the morning until half past 7 i the evening,
sto|l >ing to take two meals atd the usual rc-
freshnients by time way. It sFnowed heavier
thau is usual more than one half of tme above
time. o- ..

ti)aREIS GN.
PARIS, Jun. 15.
According to the most recent letters frornm
Spain, the conclusion of a treaty of Triple Al-
iance between Portugal, Spain, and Naples,
nay be considered as certain.
MADRID, Jan. 5.
I wrote to you in great haste to inform yosu
lint the Cortes we convoked for Turesda', tihe
9th itsst. in order to take into e ctuisideratioun the
invitation that hta* been sent to Ferdiuaild VIL.
by the Allied Soverei-nris, to repair personally
o thIe congress at Laybacth. This news hias
produced the liveliest sensation, It tne Cortes
ertmit the King to wIsave lis kingdom, it is
probably he will embark at liarcelhnnia.
It ii rumnured in this Capital ntht outr nion-
IrclI has received from thie Sove'cigns at Trop-
timi, an invitation to repair to the cofeitretnces
at Laybach. If this should be confirmed, there
vill, no donbt, be tan extraordiuury couivoc;-
iou of She Cortes, to deliberate upon soimpom-
amt a metasture.--Q rotidionine.
They write from n Madrid, under ithe date of
lan. 4. says the Gaettee de France, that arn;.-
d men of all descriptions have passed titroight
lie town of Zamttiu, exclaiminigio Long ivae
teligion t'" In several vilhlges the country peo-
le joined them.
A new consluiracy has been discovered ;mt
iargosa, but the zoel und activity of time cid'i.
uthoritles entirely discomcrt ted it.
VIENNA, Jan, 4.
Thie Allied Sovereigns have given a tr-cia
'root of their determitnatiou not to recagi. at,
uly of thue acts extoreted froti the King of ZN11-
-les by the revolutionary fiction Pairue Itt: "-
s, who was deprived of his etntb:'sy at i-i.i-
a, aumd recalled by a decree of thIe t'marltttmuc.t.,
oi:vertcd info a royul decree, hlis been itisare,
o repair to thu Congress ut Laybach, mvitc t i,-
ilc of Ambassador fiom Iis btMajesty tite Kti.m
fthe Two Sicilc6.

S'ocsin7 Atridlcnt.--Oa Tt 'f.sdatay, t!he ith
ust. abuitn mid-duy, the tomise of Siitoi is m,-
tard, itt Cutt dhu Clit-ot, i- r sh of ti.autu-tif,
-as destrtuyed by fire 'l~ie ci.'cu;:t,;t.;cr- -,-
-.,,i i,. thim- acohi's-ut are siockuug to itfl';c.--
Ir. Bfnm trJ betia:u; :.t'se-t!, lii, wire on ioim ..' l!
ia;t m neighbor, vsht up hir three chibilhi-et ;n
s;' tianUe, thte oldiL t ofwimioin, a boy, waa, ntmt;
tore that s-vun yecta. t lhat larUbsisnca, til:';
ouse, by somiae /tici-tl or oaitfr, was set au ;tr,

y tie witless cbildr;en. The boy c,'-rcped
mrouih a witldov and a niei';ihbir obse-rvu'!-,
ei fire, Ihistened to the sp,'t anid snatched +:-
iother of t;ein, much bturia, t;rought thIe nin-
iow, but the tlhirj tnud youngest pe-isLeJ itn l'ef
:e tlances. Many acciJents of a similar rt:n.ii.
!eun orelur, wici citght io L;a wa:-uig 111.-
er to Irav' chbiirr: s*,'-I t u. .adue.

Though'it cannot have been forgotten, that
in the late-war, a warto establish our Inde-
pendence, the exhibition of blue lights o in.-
form the British-without, of the movements of
our forces within the country, was, among o6th-
er evidence dduccd, by the friends to the on-
ion, honor and rights of our country, to prove
'the treaooitable desigis of men opposed to the
war and the measures of the national goveri-7
ment, ykt the fact cannot be. toae notorious
I while attempts are making to deceive the punb-
lie, by denying that blue light signals were
eveigiveo, and to impress the public witha-
belief that such characters and the 'men of
whom the -artford Convention, as composed,
may, by the -people, be entrusted with the ad-
m inistratidlr of our five institutions, on which
their liberty and welfare ifIIii, To put at
rest all cavil, and, demonstrate that s iuch was
the devotion to monarchy, of thode among us
.who' opposed' the' late- war that they rere
Sefly'tovi ani.rfi,'e e,';f IhIe u iy of'thf,'pirub-
lie to p -,maile til, c,,u-.e ,lf RBrilain. we forwitrd
for publication an official letter of ConDrcsca
TuO-, to the Secretary of the Navy.
NEW-LOuNOo, Dec. 30, 1813.
li Some few night since, the weather promis-.
edan .opportunity for this squadron to get to
sea, and tt was said on11 shore that we intended
to make the attempt. In the course' of the
eveuiiig t blue lights were burnt on both
the Ipoinits at the harbour's mouth as signals to
the unemy, and there is not adoubt but that
they have signals and otherwise instaltaneous
information of our movements. Great but un-
successful s,:ii, have been' made to detect
those whoi communicate with the enemy by
signl. ,The editor of the .New-Ldodon Ga-
z.rtte, to alttin them, and in hopi to prevent
t, he repetition of these signals, stated, in that
newspaper, !hat they had been observed, and
venituredto denounce those who had made
them ,in animated and indignant terms. The
eolseqdance isitliat be has incurred the ex-
s pwas consuln'ef'-ayme of his neighbors. Not-
.itih'rl).l h ew l iese on j ihav.' te o en v .enty persons at least
in thi" squacron,-thcer re meun in J'ew-Lon-
don \\hp libU,se II.I- .ailtoo'd to adloct todisbe-
lieve it, and, the effroutifly to avow- their dis-
belief. '. -
I amr, si, with the highest consideration and
respect, yoir very otidient arnd humble serve I.
... -(Signed)y -" $'G1H-EN pl.t. A'TL'Ul.
.-HoW.'', Jon-s, Setc'y ul tiheo ,vy.'
,Htqwever inI estry It may be far the.honr
of the state, (hat the league'enteired into by
11, ., the British Spy, a secret agent of lthe
Brithh Ministry,. on the one part, and the mon-
alehictal action of New-Englandionr the other,
Sand theo trcaenablle measures wlirlr sprang
firon it in.relation to'the way, should be buried
inn f..,-ztfuines yetawhen we, consider- the
Dangers to which it exposed our- union and
hberties, the additional blood and treasure it
cost our country in prosecuting the war to an.
issue, glorious as thbat'in whip.h it terminated
justice and self-re.pect require that .those
events should be renmemberes o long as their'
pr-ime movers are presented to the public for
conffdefieo, aid te: the people for their suf-
frages. .'
Let Massachusetts, like the prodigal, return-
to the union as the rest of the members of the,
New-England confederacy have done, that we
may participate with the other members of the.
fatiily in..hib ihor.oi and glory tn which our coui-
. Iry acquired by the.late war; then may a veil
Sbe cast over events that cannot be reflected on
i iiL(hut out rr or cwoinsun.

Messrs Editor s-It appears from the federal
address to the. elector-.: or :'las-,_'lu-e1ti-, that
.amot0 g t,,e T -:ISe, te liedert.ii't la e ione
'class," i-C.i.t ti. .VthI.ll la h.,hiJ Irot lede al-
is "s." HJi, i `.171s. tlouJ ht frim ,slat l bad
learnedid i lIe.r p si.ciples u'id b th, ir ah.' tc ,
that ,i.,ih ter'e tirrc ly i raisance a itll the
pecepf. ,~i' the "father oahbi country," I waz.
not alittl:a&st6bished at their edr.otety in ta-
iuniirig t6 .hemseves a uame, fit only to be
coupled vithsnach.as-have sIliJered 'ar;crly to
the dying Uljur Cttontn o t the itrs it),al id VaH-
Among ihe teoral'i3r h;mI asensibe tre
are very m.tany honest mes v.b h; -) e I iEto be-'
lievef, i nrmer t- circumstance already.noticed,
that the political cou te pursued by" the feder-
alisti; has been in accordpncie iih the 'views
and precepts of VWahi'ntion But let, them
now, when the filn CA pait .- ;irlence' i. remu'
iad frot their siLr, e P.aure lit-ir rpubicauoios
'frr ihe past ten year* atd thIc will thII n ,-e
LiOw flagriaut an o0..ge ut i|,pra. li.-ed upon 11ic
0'good.namne if that di-,e.-il ev.:..iily, in ait:mrup.i-
ing to rally their partisans under its hallowed
iluence: .
B it ie tAitrd' a.oress I hri.e learned that
bly hii y., .,-i the pufdJ|-C aif asutimning ahoth-
er qualifying term, which they hiav, vainly
thought would screen, them from obsetyation;
and we nhw i'ead about "the lla..s Who ari-.
called 1t.-lhirltu fodeleall i-.'' tWai Ihee i-er
befores'i:b i s~u p r-Ion Ll' trI nhia e ofi that great
and good man, who was ready for any sacri.-
fice for the goodofhL4 country.

SQuery.--If any number off [r ons, po,-,s-
ing notions and-feelings put'rlY **Ar rcat, '
should so far-presume upon thI- sepe-t nh,:y
owe to themsoelves-and their co.us,) :-, to
tend to the "Bulwark of our Rlieiin," for a
Doctoroflangutge, to instruct thie'American
yoath, I would ask how*farsuchmen are ac-
countable to their townsmen for the imposi-
tion which maybee practiced by such quack?
Ought they not to be made resporisible for the
extravagance such person may be guilty of ?-
And ought they n.ot to pay such bills, as, their
having associated him with good. company has
euabled him to contract ?' p ,

Quozstiors,---Are the Judges of Probate in
this Commonwealth .paid for their services by
saleiaes, fees fixed by law, or exactions at their,
discretion? .* AsN Iho.tian. -,

Af an Ordination holden .in .St. Michael's
Church, in Bristol,1 t. n. on. Sunday last, the
--ev. ftirrh, it H. Tyng, of Boston, and Re ,.
Silas B',.: ,J II, of New-laitipsltire, were ad-
uitted by the Itllt R, t bishop Gris\vwold; to
the Haly Order ,.ul ILcnit.',s. .'
Ounthe. 28th ult. Mr John Bowrdean was br-
dained over the Congregntiuual Church and
Society in West-Boylston. lThe veterahle Dip:

Sumner presided on the occasioti-Rev. Mt.
Bri;-s, of Boxford,. offered the first prayer,-
IJ i. Mr. Bramin, of Rowley, preached the
Sermon-R-e.- Dr. b hayer, of( Lancaster, mina6
the Consecrating Prt,, e -R. -. Dr. Puffer, of
Berlin, delivered thie Le'i-ie-fle. Mr. Clark,
of usiai .., ui,.de an Address to thie People-
Rtem. .lS .le.1 l. of.Acton, gave th'e Rili:Ilt hfil
of Ftll-owshlptp-id the Rev. Mr. Cotiun made
the Concluding Prayer.

ehr anger, Freeman, of MountDesert, GARDEDN SElD nglhsh Citsleal SdH7oo. o .
,In this town, on Tu esy ,morning, Henstr at Norfolk, 28Wth ult 12 3s frermpda,. .I. itu.lci iairhas fosaloe;in large ortrmiall ANPI ATES for admission into thi Semi-
Sidney, aged mo h ,-so of Mr. Swe' .' Schr John1 CTulter, in "Hama .'l IO ,, I | "'el,. a,' his Store, in Brookliae, near nary, will make apiication at the room
Onirs^ay, Missr ..' ...,ysfroinluavni, npokeo oing,u brig w1:11 w t;.e Pub. "Bowl Tevern a large quntity.6o on(he .lower floor ot lhf.Lar, On Thursday, Miss Mary Leate,.aged S5.-G fBmoaa~ntodke g i hro io 'ardn' P dh, of the lt year growth rar.ial -aetween the hours of 1r ai.l .ro'ci r, t. r-n
Mr. Francis .Cleaver, aged 63, a native of Hot- Foster,'fBfoir,,. d i 'YrbY t.shk a lnedr ,.on itlapEction,' which he can war- Monday. the o12uh, to Saurday, tle 3-t itst.
land, and for the last eighteen years, a flthful Arit l as .ingon,. ;. 1 shin rant ,. l, sof he c irst rate, among which are the It il -be required of every Candidate, to A
c a r r i e r o f'th e B o s t o n G a z e t t e A r m i s t sa t I u ail, u dt dou p e9 X~. Civ eryC a n d i d a t e a t r
carrier ofthet Boston Gazetten. -w C llist ,, Brmt "d following viz .Early a-rnd blarMarrowlat Pea- qualityy hibm for ,l..,..n ,,h. Ie I,i well a,-
li. in Dorchester, Mrs. Suannah, wife of Mr. Collins, Bermua. ar riv e,,. ot sierlkinds-Running doe- quaiuted tsii l-.hi..u. Wr,,,n-.l.r.hiht:-;.
Edward Hancock, Cr'. "r of S"len, arch o "'a.iet r'.'i.-J:,ri' Caltrage--L.,miht.d --" mar, aridArithmeltic. as atras 8as;ide.-rt. pohr. sc
S ri ambrian,- Bridge Havan -- Inde- Savoy. lo-]-ri!'J. d-lver vi..tari .n- Ile" tion.- A strict examination will be made in ew o r
pe..odere .mrany enss a do do.-Or.atme Carrot-Blood et-at-Mixed do these studies, r, boy will be.&dmitted who is
"S Sf V N F 7 ,aidbgI."peudeaIe, ,nney' CoPh, or ',, --Parsnip C cumber--Winler Squash-Sum-. lessthah.J2, or m..re tharn t4yers ofago, .
Sailed, big Natiad, Osgoo, for India. er do-Peenerrass-English. Trnip-Swe- The nndeisizned aill personally attend at 4
., 7th-Sailed, ship Cathalinme, Endicott, t dish do-piage -Celiery-Parstey--Sage- the hourspreseiited, for the purpose ofuaking 4
? I-T "OF It TS'lUON. .Europe and Ih:dia-she arrived here friboBaL Summer Savory, r~, .Any person wishing to0 the necessarymexa'mination ot Candidates. .
S FRID. Y, MARCII 9. -tavia, 'eb 21st; also, brig Cambrian, ilrit 'pi-ocuYe any of the above eeis.,. m ay have By order ot. the Committee on the Englsh 1
ARRIVED. for Havirna. their orders tiiteudel.io imao;it, ltv I--.v- Cla.ssical School. ... 5
S chr Geieral. Green, Snow, 9 days fi-or" oPortbfa.-Loi,tin, Ffeb.'2P iu1 them at No I. BF.OAD) TrhLL r, -,t till o: GEORGE BARRFLL EMYFSON.
Halifax, with plaster and 'potatoes.. Left 27th Ar l-rir E.lerinnr Paine, 23 .1d ir th- Bay N o.41, OLD .ARI.iL or whl the ,u..r,l er, Mal'ch P Fri,.p. In..trE..tr,r.
nit. schs, Catharine, Gould, for N York; Sa- lf loiiiicLrs Left 's-re br; Br peHior, Wheldon,,lo'4 ds; Centaur, Young, son, for Portland iii 16 ds ; P.ciic, Riobin., lo (- h* A liberal discount wijll be made to hiose IHE LTubic arer ecAi 'MY that
discharging; Hanialt Rebeeca, Harding, fi sail on the 16th ; Fame, Adamn, Ir iNev-fr. .Whobuy rge olts, rothe usuaretailr prices. i ed
.Norfolkl; Colstatff, Cooper, from Fredericks- leans on the 15th; sclir Leind,.r, lor's Y^r l- .Ach 10 c t ptsto -T IEnc.ri lrst'o Maroi Pr..,;,ilt "
burg, and a brig from .Portland, just arrived, in 20 ds. .B. -., .- ;. OO T la. SHOES, plea upon which this lastitmltish is Atablished,, hv
Sailed in company wiih schr -William, Baker, March2 .-Ar brig MarytRose, Tr.i, 1 are thesae'as those qf Exleter and Andver'
ft New York. fr.Matanzas. Sailed blig Thetis, 'pilnks foi-t GEORGE WV OLVER, -Academies. Young itniKrEdr atre here pre- E
SBrig (iov Winslow, fir Plni n" t l-dl.tsst. Croiix .. o. -ers fi. pi, *- ,l .a .bli, at he pared far college,-il .r atsi l in all liie 'dr.
SS reh Tr.aveller,-V isor, non, D t,,-iiry, with Por- eto etYaor- m eriu ') ha imr ni-dad tA f -, i Inra, theb-" a cl,,t oi a t ..a... n---h ,lc,,.F,,n,- Any A .y
*ofllc, hides nnd copper to John Ts eIr ., Ar slosop Mar'l.hhon ,h, C i. 1.1 hours hiront" J'iied .lne. n 2. hfille 'irnct, which or up. ,lwrito Wiu .ir'l ai tati .h.uu ret ae.ncnis the taihti- or
'. ?rig Charles "Fln,, .Blatklder, i_ ]Ma2 ils 'r" N'e' L.ondoii, O.bil, tCLu,n,4ds Irom JNew wards o'f trwe -y vears p,.t has been occupied ll-a and .-cur cyol the ei..-rato n-truc-. gr
t(mvna, rid I from Oib.raltdr-caigo "ho% 'Bel.'rd. -: .. b t" Mr-.,Natha,i Vrbh, "where he offers for.sale, tionsgers ret' e, are referrJ I.to e 'nr ,ors' la
wt,, s.lt l opium and lidB.-to "-lenry Gray.-- Befow, ship CorteBs, le Cost-, fr Eivetraol, ..an.extensiveassortment t.Ladies'; Gentlimen ', The av erg er- l n..r a ] Ir, ion
Leftno Americad vessels at Smyrna 26th Nov. sailed aJan l1st. Also, aship arid ich known. i.-e' Hoys' and Children's Boots and Shoes is at ut l' '
The U. S. brig,Spaik, .adld.irior MltrA loih Cl ships HamletiPrice, NOrlehns; Anaerica, which tre made-ofthe best slock and by good .'lr 'P L r "ij ,.
Nov., To0 ehelai G4hralar 1I11a fai anr, -ail- l Iarris! St Petersburg; Seine,. Willianis, Ne* "*-r*skm.. t-irticuili, for retailing-all oft e,; I ; I LI, 1 retwr. pi
Sed same day. L-Left lip Chza-Ain, Irron Le -Orleans. h h t-' I .i.ll .. lower prices than caq-be ._
florn,forNeWvork, next dv ; t ig Aldeline, Sailed yesterdnV rhoarping,.the Br Govern'- lfo'd atany otherStore, perhaps,of thesame Ac.ltE' j vi r YOUNG LLDIES
.Atwood',for Mainga, -, arr,.t e-d .1.3 daa's Ient brs le-a.ro L.,r, Stlewart, for Houl- quAlt. hnALred a of ', O rN cuARESTOWN .ASS)
from Bo. n liza, Berry,dischg;shipCaro- fax; ship, Con. Alkn, fat Savannah. lally we mad, pbirsu o oestct in the oreseu. C
line, Page, front atavia; ,eahr Lucy, Paty, for Port of Norfolk, Mach,: ashie, which will be disposed oratsuch redu-. VISS TJ"TTLE and MISS SMITH, .
N York 10-ods ; andatfrs mimies not known. Ar scbleJohn Coulter, Brooks, fr Havana, 9, fed prices as to enable almost ainy osein bese ltttlObS 1 conniemece a acsoollor Young
Spoke, 4t of Jan:Jat35; Ion 16,brigDawu, bound to Philad ; Rlunger, Freemtst, Bermuda. haid times, to purchase good Shoes.at-a very Ladies and ses a Charlestown, on t"e
Endicott, 2ds fr.Sphri for Leghorn. Cd., hs Sam, tiptn, 'tartiiique ; Mary, cheap rateM r. .is t-l u day of,..,r, :t. M -.
'ase,eri, .'slMe-, lW. Rfley and Jnhn Can- Staniiit, St Jon, Ni B. .. G-' W. O hoe 's r'tchieva .her'of the pub- Reas'i' r "'i '.. "
non. "'iIe t- has eperieni ed 'vely severe t, All the outward bound vessel, which havb li ptreoni.e, ,u- pledges atimell to u-e very 1. 1. .. .. U6I-o pay, :
raet-.,-r In-the passage. Pu,,eJ the Grand beni le.,-iledi ,i the Roadrfor' several days, .exerton to nier, i. m.I rrl. Erl.I, t.ra.iuar Auiimelic, ond CGon-
i.ntk r3 1 .iy' ago r c pt:. i o ih r.i,rniie, n t B oslor I- cli cCe Ofrer. l .G. ni,,i .- o 0 .
Biig l'ri.n, il.liams, fro, ,Mas-ille-', for' The John ,(mulisr i.lrl iom lHavatna Itit Th. t IS 'l hE ,.rctlutlv iy -,s.ma the .- lH"ry, Rhelorrc, an.J Drawing
Boston, saledd fr Gibraltar Irth .1m eb. L eftbrisf im r., HallfrN -,Orleans, .j ,rN. t h |hh,,'ia en thet-,hOlac eeh ie Mthe' ." '.: ""-.'"ti, c00 ..'
Cleared at Q-braltar, between theft 6tih anrd just arr ; tHamlet, Harrison, far.Charleston, in hlhnicrI so ( urnli. It ourti oapp-ire the th.e J l j Lr',31c, .Cbheiistry,- ail the Latin
13th Dec ships Gen Hamilton, Telft,ftor N pi- (i; achs MargarMtrVilon. nt rl Pild Ir Chlarle, Stati rs-lac. w.lre i- ate *.n-.J rmile dotit. a n.J .dFrench Langucatcs, -. 10.09
lets; Hope, Ditey,. for Rio Janeiro ; CIan- 'on, under seizure; Pilin, ( uiteplravs' Ir Nor- may be procuredJ :ud sdua.itins obtained fur Iteferernc,-my .e e. J lo nStevers Hayward, .
dace, Bertody; or. Sumatra ; Wiigs Minerva, folk, anr.-ili lo ds. 'Oit .tosui'dy o(ftf C.e Hat- them. Lq cI ( h.,rle.town, 'r Dr Aterr I'help,. ,I
Meldram, for Smyt'na; Shepherdess, Storer, tleras, spoke sloop Pale, ol ,I- uirtiel. Mar- Real Eslate, of every description, registered. B.-att.n fN ljl.lcaonasfr ,da.,...: inl, ri.e
for Palermo ; Gusta ats,Martin, for Cadiz, kets dull.; flour per il.l ,I liiur -.er It 16 gratis; and tenants provided tr houses, store-, 'chio.I msy br lell witn eitiir ,,i the More-.
S-,;-. !.*peih, liver, arrived the l2thsqf Dec ctI ; lard 18 ti.S Q ; fo2.o': & ii s 1 lioird. ..I a' ,ry7 ,-up.i 't',l., references will te expect- niaeJ gentltrmen. .GC
fromA,,-i-itl.imn. aiil tailed the 1i6tliJan for Marcfi 2- Ir l L. S ulgiisr, arsos, 40 ed iom all wi o 3ply at this.c-.t for employ- -
Canto, it rig Ci,,trc vm Cole, arrived the 23d Ioucs fifrn m New-York at ent. ; B-ooks posted, an i ,,tag s gen.- 3 N.pTICE, .i
o Derc.:3 d.s ron Iassna. BrigAnn' Gaten, "ssi d, "r li hmbird, for Boston. e, Tale td lor a low comhet'stoon'. To, Fxpoteryr e' f n0 21 or .
i Iri.. ierr, urii.,l.ithe thJan.. .Ship Au- I .n I;,mi u Road,, .outward ouoid, brig c S& HA I e tippbrs of Bef and Ptorc .be
gusitis, Shippen, 2b I' Philad arr thel th Dolphin, o allowell, from up James River, (*"L OK 0- UI. } h .all notplead Jgnorance of thel aws re-
Jan. English bi-ig Cleaveluait, frBristol, Eng. for St Salvador. ff .LRi4 of Il,I.t. tlhin.ary us'bti.. !.andJ, at.a-'cig Pcel a Pu fir thetfoll .g cxitrsctis
,fotN York, hrriied the -:aa g wo brigswetreilw Old Point4beating hilt 1J..o as wltll, SIdi.j as psi.rc.if', are ihl'roued Irum lI-w laI.w ae puhl-6hed,'aF.J ai Id r aas as dl
A gale% \wds e-perienc:d at Gli.r illnt.on thlie thiel oads last venin g. hat if the '-.xi of o 1:21 i c i paid, th, i I. pI a lEr..Hi bltit hall e ut i, .. e. .
ni.htlo he h Jan and ] .els Iele Por a dr o lad will besold,-and'that it will co 20 ..,u L. ll : h
run ashore, amoriig whie were brigs Actress, of A ..' A l T: cti T m e n each ur inrlifon for emdemptin. Ii3fetuclr Grtir.it of / t.t andt Po-k.
N York, afterwards condemned, nd Eunice Ar schrs Allegro. Walshtfrom Camden, M e; -* tnitI. itN .Jr of j du, .a.svile," (Illw -
Kiungsbury, which was got off the 15th. W pea', erry, 8 ds fr- Cape Ann. ay these takes ain the o uist reasonab-e terms.- ELactsfrom t1 qvf'I-Vfn.,:2- tt srffgla .
SPrics it Gi-ralhii, Jan 17.-Beef 9 a lO --Sailed, sch New PriscillaCrowellNe'- aaJMiaN SitoatrlE, No.. 18 Hanover-street, Itnig (fte 4r.i'ln t./ BhI. stFd fORK.
pdr 13'25 a 13 50, bacon i3a 14ce its, li ons port, R_. Boston, wilreceive and transmit, until the mid- SZc. 15. Be it enacted, That if afy person or
6 0'4 .7: ir3 50, Kenttuckytdliecco 8 5 a -- die of J'Atie stel, anda.be responsible for all persons shall export or ship for ~.xluri on, 6 c
0 Vi- inia. 8 For .New-'forke( Desat ls line i moneys thus received. .: out ot this Commonwealth, or coasae' any I c
.... r d "* ... --- Tie sloop GLIB, Lovell.master, vil All letters postpaid will be al(ended to. salted Bcef, not In, cteJ an I branded, as by .p
S .i' CLEARED,. -icl.er ,th. d:.v at tl*o'clota. andOa sdit Jaon 0 SisllfSuts this. Act s J.cIe.1, (eseri3 ch, exporter or
SchseCherui, Athearn, for Halifax, by-P&ters, --,,. heva.itI; dlud'- and weather ". f .'-,t T r ( shipper,'and the master pl e.ery ve,.-el. having ry
Pond &. Co; Leander, Nickerson, Baltimore u ,, r.'r reig or ,is',,a ,e ad lyoare bord *" ,'rr I B-l i J on board-such umnapected ieel, shalj, on con- es
sloodAdgelia,,Osborn,NrYork. e e] of Lon whl"o or to GEORGE HALLy.T h,, -'viction,. respestivelyforfeit and pay the sums
F t % .() rt l'-\N'TOON. FISK&.4- NICHOLS. INTEIllTIGE1CE.B OFFICE,- following: the owuer'or eipwirter shall .Jboret
From lhe a .rnl if.llerchaint'saHdl.- '" a 6, fHanover-street. and pay the sum of six dollars, antthe master
HOilfenSnr Oe rLF if errL r- .... % c ikorir I fmthli ,Is jLIHE proprietors of^this establishment have of every oesselAaving the asaaiq an beard, the
.H .LM .' .O.E,... .. 7.-Arrid br T-he schii. FANOVl, Capt. Soule.wlll adopted, and ilten to pursue a planwhich can- sumnof twb dollars for everycask exported or
:Hope,ross,l7dsfrPortaiuPrinceforfBo t. ILt sail. TH"Fli DAY. For reigltor not hutbesatistelory to theempLdyeraml the shipped fores.ptrlaou; .., itashal be.ladul,
Feb 16th, ship EmmaI MatildbAnsde l,ofPhil- :pasdge, apply. to- ITOWNSEND *.,DUsBAR, employed. The strictestattention will be given or any Justice ot the Pt ice. qpcn aaby itlorma-
.adelphia, for Mediterranean March 15th; brig No 19, L,.u-.swharf. .to every part of the business. tirin given of .iby Leel tciug pt ut or guard ..ay
Clarisia, Townhe;of Kennebunk, fo. Gharleston, -' -If ,naves frsa- Clerks, apprentices, seiempe, alead.femrle ve,,el s albeit -d, not In,. eel f nd bir.,BedJ,
.S incer. dis; sch Wallace Hallett, for.Balti- "1500 bbl. S..F. & fine hlour,liom Alexandria domestics prideured, and id4iloymeat teuud tor as required tb. ibisa act, ut i ue o In B-rrat, d-.
more.Feb 201th; brigs -Argus, Sisej, of Ports- jilil I-letieriLckbuig, the. .ected to1.e Shariff'oerhiDeputy, or to a Con -
mudutit, foribouthern port; Alliance;e Patteisa, uiis.. bLs buck Vhea do. ..Hoses, stores, and-.real estate of every d- stable, requiring them te-peci.vely. to make
Kehinebunk, f~or N- Orleans ;; schs Fail Pll 3S bbhis Ulack fa) dJ Peas. m0 ,. sription.i toitn or cduhtry-, registered grats, seizure of arty ,uch s.al'.J beet, ,ot marked
g Kimball, for N Ydork 1st, March; -Eliza Jane, aiid good teriants procured. and -.tanded as aloresaul,.and to seaiure, the
Murch ,of Saco; ship Arabell-, Ti'shew, fo-N Fr. "- or .l xa drifa- -. (.i -.Node need apply tthts oice 6remploy- same 'i order lor trial; .and said, ofcers are
Orleans 1st March chhr ; Maijor Croglnn nl3- ,Tie sch. AGiENotlA, Winter, ~ -oa stet but such as caln give respectable refeiao- hereby.respectively required and empowered
Wootten, for Philad disclu ring, all well; ; .b ter, will peitively sail'rTHls DAY -+ aes for their honesty and capability. to execute lthe same,and it shall bedlbeduty of
ov.r, Jobhn.o or S, an. s ,h r t orr'eighbt ot'rptaage,-applytuJOHNlL TLER, Wailted to hire-A uUmber of Housae, of va- every-persun. wbea required, to gise be rtecs..
SBourne, o Savannah March st 9, Central-wharf. march 11) rsous le.criilorids .... ... ary ai-, lo-ml ,purp use. on pain [f rfeItrn .-
aty, Bi ourne, ,ft- Savatlnsa1% Ma'ch 1st rg b -- -o "o.ported. accountB dr. -ma of, andwri- five dollar orl ha reiusal. -
Alatnma,-, of New Orleans ;_sel Mentor, For C !ty Point C? RCIlhOil. i;n^ generally executed wnh fi-lelity and di,. SEt l. lIe it eiarcfd, That if the- Inspector
Willis, for Newburn Feb. 20; .b Superb, ,. TIe brig SAM r,ON ,i s tai THIS'- patch "-' : Generael ou Beef. or any of his Deputie,. having
Aldich', for N York, uncer. dis ; brig Cora, DAY,r,wiAdt and weather permiting. For 'ale, as above, a Bookbinder's and Priht- information or knowledge cl anyuquanlity ol
putback;' sch Echor for Savannah, next day," having paIt of nor freight engaged.- ing Press. '. Beel beaug ldea arny port or pl ce wtbian "
raale died 19th Feb. BrigL eo, ord,.of.Ken- hoc treght or -assage apply to E. & E. RLLti. A number of domestic. n, male and-female. this Commonwealli for exportation,.,in respect G
Sniebunk, sailed for N Orleans. Feb 12th, from L6.37, Long-whairl.: march l0 .having good recommendations, are registered to wbhc there.slall not be a conforiity to this.
Miragoane, captain and mate sick, bbut recov. F i'Il". iitrO, thfB i efk T at this flice, waHingnimploy Act, it siall and.may be lafil for (te said u-
ertin .. M o a U -. ', ri D jak.5 .. M&CpSa speptor Genaril; or his Deputy, to make seizure
.Died atPortau Prince pt..., apt. "oore of Bv- a( gla'- nhie A 11OOr w VAnA ? U l U Tiit a oe
tean .hi. .... .lWarr "e,".. m" :"e r,, Y IAlhUABIc. nU .L It ", tion theretiopah. i, any Court p eoptr to.try the
ery an capt. oitson,o warren. i en course o liis week. For freight or on:Jamica Plia..-[Sale on 4h A,,Al.) same, and upon trial sutch,Beef, so seized) as
-Brig Decatur, Miller, 7 days fr Norfolk,for .I'. sage ilt.ly to .IOCPH I- IELD 4' GO. No.,7, -EVERAL beautifully situated L.ois is the aforesaid, in a -brea. of tilis Act, shall be
Portsmouth, N. H. "_ Long-sharn, 1a to Capt Field, south aide Long-I 3 road leading trom .Jamaica Pond tft the proved, aliall be liable to condemnation and
..Sailed brigs Mechanic, Barzillia and Sea- whMrf. as -.. -. march 6 Meeting-house, sndwithin a l' rods eolh, forfeiture, ne moietytotheuse ftheCompmon,
Dian; sFrs Packet Ehza, Sa serpentt oMie, e t Pi -n ,. will be sold at public auction on the prefises. wealth,. and t e other moiety to the use of thde
Diana, Franklin, Thomas, Sophrone Dolo,Vig- .- -;on Wednesday the-4th day bf 4pril.next, at 3 officer seizing std prosecuting for tie same.
elant and Betsey ; sloops iFe tobscot jacket, The* alhp IMARYS. Stimson master, q'clocle, P. M. ona lase of uiety-nine years. [This Act passed in 18a00]
Darien, Huron, William and Elizh Nicholl a first rae vessel ad intefided for a ,The lots contain about one acre each. The Sc 5 e it enacted That tie I-,,petor Gen
Also, Arrived sloop W Jennin, 3 from regu lradqshahalfareightn. lest Aademes for Ioth els, and od public a cro s ppon
Bridgeport,'for Boston ; sn op EI,,a iholl, th a nd ,e, with ,3d 'i"tc -h. Ap..yto $oh:ols are.less- than 1.4th of a milt distaint.-: or to ne .pyuiot .,' by sfirtue of le Act, entitled
Buddington, 2ds fr N HaVen, for loiton GEO-. a. o LLET ho. f N O. n sprlt .orto Teris an l conditions of sae aud the situat'on "An Act to regulate the Inspection f Beef in. -
Paustby, afore-top-sil schr ih no flyiz Mich6 ,lt stit. ahd number oa lots, can beknown-vonapplica. tended to ,be exported tion this Common-
tji b,"- a o et-. ei .' h s : b no .arch I ep ". -Ftinto o n rm ce, Esq. or D CS ke soug s,j,. w astlJ- and." n Actin additiontothesam e,' -
Al-tb ; arived schr Nnrit5y, Ciowell; 2t hours o a RED--and GREEN. 8 a4S nC i and all the.rules, certificates and regi)lations,
fr Nw-York, for alif loopHaldootsV n Jamia rlain, eOh ri 17, F. -l-4 for the inspection ofl Beef, lees, fines and lorfeit-
t'rB'-idg aputi. four BIusi.d R.. l, alo~'.sk FrehctGrees,for saliby '. FARM FOR SALE. ares, mentioied in said Actis, and Ibaae manner
lth 4 P. M-i \n tt Volan, litr Newbur e r OPELAND.Jr6e9,BroIad:treet. LLIAiM T. MILLER will sell his Frm of recovering te.sam,:shaI extend to a. bar-
pr, t Id, ,II Pll.d. -i", -.', -Aeho-Refined Borax-Gum M'rrh-Glue-- t Swanzey, in Masachuett lying oo rels and hal brrel of Pork aced or e L
RftEtmai.n imi Flolinlee II-i, Lie; Hope and Lake .march 10 the.postroad Ieadingfrom Providencetoslade'sa porta r tol deti. n of this I
Decdiur, is .L -laut, dad iut.p H'iJ. UALEF DUCK. Vlry5 hall afmile wait of Swvauzey Village, Act., l Tis A saisassedl i802.j- t
.. ... "- A.iv-N' i. cont'aiing, 180 acres of Land, witl th liDelli g ,. e. LT.ne wetheIAta td, That ifro and after ps- i
SHIWRECK --,Heri,i Hall hence o, r -shpRebsmgEtip, reEd o 6r HAuct arud.ather 3uildings thereonstandigg.-- singttisAct, allsalted.Beefondefork, iniported "*
alrar, w .chsailed fr theRl, adheon Mond Uja y ADLE CO o. Toos 'aln has sundry uncommon advantages or I brought i/to thjsState, fromny otherState, 1
atsinax, wlaaleak r he R oa On M y u i- s prtainintto it; there are ree GristA Mils. Territory or-l!a", shall be re'ackataiid" ip. 'i
lastLsrg a leak a fe lio aftr lg 1000 pi. Half Dock, otsuperior ijuatity. a il.ill, i Cotton Faatore -and a Woolen p seeed gre ly to lhq Bde and Prk ispec.
t ic increased so st thatbot pumps would .- --S3aw4w. March 10 Factoi, pll within musket sht of the Farm, tion Laws of this Comdaonawelth, with the ad. I
nt bakeep heyr fre blgedr a frubess attempt to Sainiel Parkin & an d the road mueb travelled. tst being bound. ditiorinabrand p.tn the head of the barrel or cask
put bhack they we1re"obitged ta bear away, and" ..a t sotl'c e ed west, ohithe salt wated, affords a jrat d.- pf, the State;, ':erritory or place wheie it was
run hier ashore on- Tuesday evening, little to A_ 2 q8 b algsH--4n s e bLee L a vantage in makings, manure i driainallay aacke, wilst hse word J" Rueac,1 '
the. southward of Chathd m; she halving, t the dr". ti, d .Likwise-A foause, with a Barnaid good .This A'd o pas e IoJne, 18a0.]
time 6 feet ofwateir hi her hold, and (he depk ga s--. rawb .. .. iwl 01of water,and Iburteen and a half acres ef March 10 Cp6wios __ a
even with t Wateir The itew lndd fr i Cordagesorted fral inch land., lYn in Bristol, (boun ed easton the ack f a 8 .O 'iC .
her, and the windd being off sh,e and the ofi- ,,as,, es fro 3to i hentld road) called the Mutno.Place; being within a "7-0 "X 0 i C .
sail standing,.she ctipsized and drifted off-was o3000 dta b k. -i .m )e; of the compact part.of Warren.. .
not to h seen the on Si had i o 300 qLBank d6 e r '.Also-A House and Gardeq i the compact Subscriber hare yivespublic o ie
btoadtim ca'rgoiof aduio"a rand clats.o, L aradd do.fr the South American f "V en, called theOiverChild nouse t. allconcerned, that ie has-be.eeduly T
.and Lot, bpd ded e tOnWate-sr et. appointed, and taken upon himself the.t-rust of
f-. SELA. .EOU SAM: P j MA & And Lot of Lands cont tning ten House Adminitratpr ofthe.steof.theReverend
SrMIC.ELLAE.OUS ... OSAMUE/ PAI lMAN,r.&CO. Lbts;iri aid compact partof Warren. *i,. J'OH PIPON; ,. -
A brig was off Plymouthsb on Thu'rsday monrn f fAVE y orsle,.a.ew pipe. very fine flavor- And 48 Sharesi the Warren aid Barrington late .of Tanton, in the county of Bristol, de-
ing,-supposed to be the Caravan, fromn Cron- e Madeira We-.and a-few .case very Toll Bridge. ceased, by giving bond as the aw directs: He .
st t forBoston superior Claret. tf march 10 :And the House, Buildins aud Land contain- therefore re nests all persons whlo are indebted
Ari at Providece, March 8th" sloqp Risin V'T aO the message whore lI now" lives. to the said deceased's estate, to make immedi-
.Sun, S- l With.,fi Geogetownis. g Doser,tiar- HEconnetwon -. but/ness, heretofore ex- elthe SeekOolk Central Cottor F. chary. mandthereonoto exhibit the same for settle- a
ir;6 ds f Wilmin aylst t igr isdtin between .Nhan Jon Coolidge. i Warren, March,1. p.-i. m.t to SAt.E. P -U..r"r.
Ar at Bristol, on ondaa st, b.g gt, Brown- mts dty issol edymutual consent. -,,_'.--- = ,r ....auoton Feb. 10. 18'1.
ell, 9 ds fr l4atanzas. Left, brig Sea Island, NATHAN CUOLIDGE, 1 o for Sale ...., ... ",*,
forN London, ut, ; brig Venus, for N York, JOHN COOLIDGE. tiTUATEDinthesootteastpartoftWeston; UOAy.tt11,5,iU l/l' 0L,. J
in 7 aday i-: ',ll.ir, Gray,- of Boston, for Btsto0 March Jp, a8l. i consisting of about 70 airesbl Lind, with .. .. .. t
Mobile, in 10 ds; Traveller, of this port-load .., pM i -. .. the Buitl s there. Whoever wishes to .nE. te. subscner. having been duly a ,
ing; Two Brothers, fur Wanreti, do; Washi.ag- "l i .e Stff Store, ptf'c.ase, m ycall oth es'bscr.b-r. LV I poiitodhPytat e eln.,a lorh .-
tots,.Knapp, for Salem, lo'dung; Oritlo, ., "L" .' .TILLY D.R..o. 'iri. ,sq -" fPs eoSrt
of andforBosto, in 4d Leo, eay etof AS taken Store No 20, Isret, where W n, Marcexamine the claims of the several creditors to
for Portland, in 20 ds; M1echanic, Perr'igton he intends to keep a genes-al assortoentof,,r s ET~ I teeatt"ftlelteiren
for Boston, next day; OrozimbbD Stow, to sa D J)rus,' Paints rind '.Dye stuffs, *A HOUSE In Cambridgepor(. with every JOHN PIPON; m
same day-for Havana and a. market, sehir which he offers -or sale on the lost liberal c. onvenience for. a spill genteel family-r Iate of Taunton, said county, deceed, re-
Washiniton. Snow, for Boston, it it ds; Mor- terms for cash. As he h, bSen' a lo.g time in- Rfa'moedetate: naquire kt the lntelli nce' presented insolvent, do hereby give no o, -'
g;aiia, -Hose ,uf do for NYorlk, in 16 dsj Ann thatbusiness,,be thinks hesthall be able toat- Offiee, No. 6, Hlanover-straet, or Samaelisa- thatsix4monthlatre alloweltosaidcreditors to.
Maria,.for Batimore, in 4 ds; b;s: Ji,,r-, commodatehisfriends and th'e public. son,.Cambridgepot.,. .r brintgl'andi prove their Ctaif?-s and that we
Driscol, of Wdrrei, for ,in5 d:in Mat I-' .' .-IJV STO-a-- 9oeitics with 'uneixceplienable recommeib- shmdl attoid that service the dwelling-heuse
kets dull: 'The coast was blockaded friom Ma-' A few caska White Leatl-Linseed.OiI, dations Apply at said Olice. march 10 ofMr. Dati: HWilidLatA,jM,. insaid Tatntoa,on la
tanzas to Havana by a Patriot armed brig. Spirits Turpentine-Copal Varnish, CAU' TI' N. r thelast Saurtday.of Je m Joly f ebruary. la
ohip Carolhie, of Boston, was -spoken. eth Japa,. ,- w&ha tls mar7 (nE .. ....."r r March, ,pnl, Maoy, June an eah ng, at "
of Jal.in lat 42, Ion 58, out 25 dapsfrom Nw. E,,h .... npHE suibacriber has sold the right of aweep- one o'clock ia the afleraoon ol each ol the days =s
Orlean r ne ,LU ew C rts an i liilonsi .1 ing and scraping the Dirt fro the follow- afuresaid,
Osleans for Liverpool, havingd-est most 9cherie LUNT'S neW eitiouoCharts, Pilots. Nay- itgStreets for the ensuing year. yiz: NATH'L. LEONARD, Corn
sails, andthe wat fro offdeckrc ed a nation Books; and Nautial Alnasnacks mroad-street, State-street, the M.ain-street DAN WILMAIlH, Jr. ,--- "
partial supply of thelatter. o o- l" 18.just receivedand forsalo'bvANDREW frwiCoGurt to Washington-street, Uhion and aunton; Frb. lo, 1821.
Arr at St John, N. B. previous to the 14th J. ALLEmN, No 66, 'state-street. Liberal dis- Haiovtitr streets; Marshall's I.ane, Elm, Ann -- '- -". ..
alt. sch Sophia, Parsons, from Wiscasset. CId counts to those who bur to sell again, and Fish streets to Mountlort's Corasr. N Inormo atI T dotelo t
sch Olive1. Sawyeri', for Portlanid; sloop Au- \ V .S2wi's Feb 2 By order of the Selectusen. A N perso that sde.irouof leara,. the J
rora. Cobbo. -, CALEB HAYWARD. Police Oficer. art of manufacturing Mustard, wall being (d

Theschr LturreliNor,46%, (of -Boston):17rom Cloyer S6lid. March 1, IS21. 3tolo2w UU0 stucted for a iea3culuble, qawvevstlou UDd a io -1
from Port au Prince, botifid to Norfolk, put lXAllousand Jb. Clover Seed, for sale by few day., practice. Apply it lfiFac*?Y. No, boz
irlto dblst' S MLLIAMS et XVENDELL;,'No. P Lou-. 15. -Vlarshall%-Ihnewhvre fa
Cape Alole, in distress, F UU63 lilac will 6111
ng lost her mate, and seVeral 'of hermen ma;6h a a sin Ill fAmily injilis town, a smart, capa- tend, thqll haiie-Cofloe and a ael
ble girl, abo't 12 y6is old. Such an one sub$LitUie for W4 penceper Angto pamid, that ton
being sick-14he sailed again sme day, leliVing wanleAl to Plfvehaoi as wocild ghe sMisfa&i6tt vifl ribcei4ea coal- 9 rparcely inMrier ib seal Ccifee. Aprufttabla the
two of her hands ashore sieL DWELLIN(J-HOUSK' pleasttutly SitURted MOn and jaorlll 4(lb(Itiou, an4i he Well taii-Bu jdisouk ulade to tljos. tht toy.to sell again Als
Cl at Now Bedforu,- brig flennet,.Vunbar; fb 'careot. Onliwhohusmo connomuns in'town an.] traders in We Beightfuring (,L)Vns Will find ill Qld
Huva"U ; and schr Eliza Baker, 11o.w1and, fui WOrth a bout $2000. 1 kiquire at this office. w0uhlbeLitterred. Applyat (bii office. C,P-Call 1nI ur.
I the cow-A of Labrador. blarch to lawtj march 10 W4,Wis March 7

]Dj NV),iftvve1J,, Pon' & 6.
TIfIS DAY WctcidC.
MkIII'M R1.1, 11'OND At I i' (11, I I P 71
Otxles liffresh ill po'ruti Scv;._
rkerss6itablefor exportatwnnr cunsunip-
in. Cbnd111ons.,Atsa1*.-
I Al-o,-the Goods, vlz:-
S cases 21) tale 18 yard-_ bl;4ck Crepoi,
4 do klo d6 color9d de, *
4 do 28 trila,21 yards Naahaa Craptr, a lit
tie 8 te spotted, ,
.do. 32 tale 21 VrdS ii;hiie Natiljiiceapbs,
1,-,ilrewise-l case tilock F'rench Crapos.
23 Vs American, *h'te Flannels.

-TRI,$;DAV, at 1,o'clilck, e.-NT
'fe ipCo ''
'The 1'Sta urt-sty et,-near
0,wdoin Square, formerly owhed. and occapiel
the tale Mosps Grant, deceasiid MEMbIlrin
i saidstrVot- 11P y-! w o fgat, in the. rea r fifty- r
Ef. -,nd er'Jr-4 in Jcpih at.-Al onc hun.
41%1% -evpq Ici t
I l""' 11,41, e i 11'e J-Wetl -rvjOed !Lrarn ion
-bv.rdirjSh.we, lu ilia re,.0.60arp piai at
-oun on which.may be, eroctrad.:apacioug
#6s or a rovi 6'h(.d-eQ A c6arpdieut me-
aemaj;beoporns -Iheetn. milbfL-L e4seniod
La-the.present dv6c-ain- ho.oo.,
j:U, rms o( sa le-rivia 'aniti dollars lobe
aid down 1, a % r.ry I-Aij; credit %,,Vl be xven for
_le r.1 r.rc 11 1E,111I.E.J. 'I r'- acops I& rE
by ujurig-ige offfie prei-4isc!%,
On MONDAY. next at o'clockv
Opposite Xo 19 Central-whwf,
6 bilds: St. Opoil' huliii.
On TUESDAY nest at 9 and 3 o'clock,
An aQqbl-fiUl or fi-ebli ilupot tCd
;-)J,. f/ia New-York,
On TUESDAY 01h inst at-12 o4blocj.
A t Xo.'44, C, b. f;
88 -tflki M'iadit;u`- blieep sk ills, I
the hair -
4000 C-%t ;1c;C5,nj.) r,junyBagg
:,3 cide5 Gum C(q--fl I I d6 Borax,
22 bags pailarles Sugar. : ` ,
I Conduit ;on3 at O'le.
By Mahe 6- Utinnhigham.

ix Dblin niml, aj)
qstquality)Qlivage6z;6 VeUrcr Bedido_
'4 la,e and plziiit (1-4m,.4c I'AleCioths,
P11h r, J..in. 1udjitUj-Z-13i1am%'Ek U'616CIoM
1lrfi?%u1,osE-1 9ecr-r-J li-nd P.m.0
Lo--2 wels al Ujuc$ chi,", iew and ol
_aLJ:rmu Pat i erni
Ofi TUESDAT next -it 10 o'ciliick;.

aiet-of URrdviar'e W-Fail.
'Articles, yiz.-PenkniVes'aud bcivsors-_qn
,4rda, rzari. ioom. paolack-. p6wle?!-pooz5
uriidg torigi, pocket bocili:3, bruRriej, ink pol.s
wcl.,ei ljokirig. lead'pjicik. hAnds.,m
uallflog cfine. frv.j., 1virite, din umbi6las. itio
y pL-cir.el cnmb.4, 20 JU.'Ea pr good shoe brush.
I nd &a i n k:
wintilrow;i'lC iinving.-& 0.
On 'Rib41mv next at Iti o'clock.. .
qj MoirOffire.N...a. Kaby qreel,
,;The junt imprmbd
10 tt'ales Blue C loth,
do bl..ckP,5m*.!Zfha.
C7,4( 6-4 chect(ed G.ugbam?.
J do 4 4 up.. do.
_,3 do. supprMie undressed Prints,
2 do. atmmha -- do., '
do. s.QperAndiabok-Xu9Iiu,.
do. white, -black and gjeen k loteltCftv N
1 do. -super black LustrGg RVboillp,
T do. Merino HOF-,-
'I do. Linen- Cambric

Sro:k qj'a Ltiolun-Glaa Dealee..
ba TUL!)VAY, IJLn '513rch. %L _' o'clock;
.-It Othre
The enfir SfiiL or a n tr.
;12EITje:iler, Y.z -4011 (ri-muey, Her & Ch..n
ber Uaiiet in inreib lflOjE5. an-1 vartql. V
paiieTni-Dre-sint;: and I n-leE Gla.,ses ir. maha.
pay Irame6-Tin F oil -silvering Tables.,kc:
V 11rivate -, -
ak no, entitled to debenture,
BlqCk and, colored Crapes-Nankin do.
44 and 8-4Cva0e.Sh-awlti,
6-4 black and white SAkdo.
Bird's Evei&c. Sitting Damask Hdkfs,
18 iard-biaek Safua-'black Fleroutice,
Black, Sincho wi-do Srsde'ts, .
Blue and green Urribralla Sitich2-09,
131 ack and colored flewil;i silli4
Colqred SatinsMacedonlau Silks
-Black Levantinei.

CG WE'DNERDAY, 14th itist at 10 O'C106,
Attb6 Hnitse of*jobn Buar4man,,loirmgrly.
upied by Ralp Sq)ith, Esj-) im Roxbury
Aftillb Fuvhittii, f tiaid Ho"die,
ef a'num6cr of ganu F c-aLher Bedi
best -Matr4qsths;; Comnforpanfc Bisukelshla
hoiihy 4igfilloet and iold l3CJjLtaU*, slTils e
Curtains; Bureaus, Wash9piod, CablueN',pok
itig Glasses, Aiddermizikeic C40stA, yjaiiiiai
Auirclo. J1q4rth Hutg, XnEry bamp, F-tresels
ljandsqjt fisacyC hairs Salla, C ard ond Dinin,,
TWes, knives audFois, Cut Wass.bteuters
Tumblera. Wines. rc. Salts, wilb Plated Stands
Plated Candlcsticlts, LdinM 4s;orjk Li us
Siep4, 6-1 Piano Forte, antfa great 11=,
6Mtchen futTiture,
,,T,=4ovearticles re perly new, htying
, b hu t astjort time hi 04 Theymay'beex
arninqd thi day b4tore thv! sda

Will be-iofdat public auction. on thi 201h inst,
at 10 o'clock,
The following article-- the prl6per(y of the
Gfouees.ler c0r,313y. v1s:
a, '! "h
1600 quini s Bay j%. j,

towhatine Ifidlipeasable, costaining a yellow
ilic flandirer chief, ova red morocco Purse, witk
i steel clasp. in vihich was a five jAcAlar bill Bos-
un ruoney, one-two dollar bill. 61f a dallur &f
he American coin. and ather mall clmoje-_
so, ocke pair silver mounted ."i4ectacles, in am
Itase, Wboeverkoas Joujid &A.e above urticleA
411 bb Zenerouoly re-garded by feb vjugg them at
ai3 office. WA &Sioe muacch 5

S. f ---. s merely to solicit attention-to the meetings
iFvO E I G N. of the counties of Kent and Wilts-to the char-
acter, numbers, and condition of the speakers--
Latest from .i#gland. to thetenor and force of the resolutions. The
By the ship Herculs, Capt. Cobb, arrived at consideration of these circumstances will in-
S i, P he aied I form our readers and the country of all we wish
New-York, from Livqtpool, whence sha salted them to know respecting the meetings in ques-
oen the 21st January, .London papers to 19th iqn. .
and Liverpool dates to 20th of sme month l ier Majsty, we learn, is forming her esteb-
ave l reved. No important pohitlcul lishment. Respecting the persons of whom it
have been received., o important politicalwill consist we shall at present say nothing.-.
events have taken place since the former ad- When the appointments are made known, it
'vices from Europe. By the speculations of will be found that those who occupy them are
the continental papers, it appears that the eyes eqnal inc rank, birth, talnets, and fortune, to
of the people were fixed on the proceedings Queen n Europe. Th'e treaty for Marlborough
about to take place at the Cnhgress ofLay- house being completed, its present illustrious
%ach. As it is most likely it will there be de- occupant i, we have no doubt, above throw-
sided 'by the allied monarchs, whether the ingany petty immeditinthe way possession
partial revolution in Naples for the purpose of LONDON, Jan. 18.
a constitutional government, be admitted by The following article, *lich is extracted
the holy alliance" to bt- a legitimate proce- from the Gaceta de Gobierna, a paper publish-
dure or otherwise, it no wonderthatthefl- ed at Barcelona, anticipates consequences from
the interference of the Allied Powers with
ings of the people should be generally interest- Naples, which, if the later accounts from Mad-
"ed in the event. Should thisself-civated con- rid, in the Paris papers received this morning
gress of crowned heads, think proper to oppose be true, seem very likely to lfapperji
'the present order of things in Naples, they will BARnCLONA, l.e. 02-1.
havein our opinio.itaken a step that will tend If our adherence to the constitution has been
haven our opinontaken a step that will tend n(toriout and sincere, if our love to our King
to shakp the bases 'of their own thrones and has been pure und cordial, if respect to the le-
perhaps totter'their sovereignties to the earth. gal authorities has always been the rule of our
Eve thing, indicates that the Congress at Iconduct, we now think it more than ever ne-
Le yba h willhe more nuerously attended cessary to declare that Catalonia considers the
thLayn at ll Trppan. The more Ministuerosly atteniaid Spanish constitution as its property, which it
who are to represent France, are M, de Cara-will defend, a.ai.st all the enemies of the pub-
Ma re o. da repFenrronaye, And M d deBlacas. lic felicity, whether they be secret or open.
A circumstance of a singular nature occur. The accounts we receive from Naples induce
red A circumstance of a pel, Bigular nature occur- to hold this I ... since we unhappily

James, and, a congr etio upwr .s of 200 turn which we did not expect. It wasthought
persons, ware plunged in total darknes.=-hof 0 that the great Powers, as they are called, at-
connecting pipe of, te gas worksbeing arne- tacked only the principle of the Revolution of
it is supposed by some nasliclous persons. The Naples, that is, what thdy called a Military In-
screams of femalesand children, andthestenh surrection t the msk is thrown off; it is
of the gas, threatened suffocation and destric- not the military insurrection, it is thto be Spattacked at Naples
tion, and the alarm and anxiety to get out of nstituton which iso e attached, at is Spanles.
the chapel was extreme.' Many ex sns suff.r- It cannot be any longer dissembled, it is Spain
td, chapel was extreme, anyp s ic is attacked ieirectlyin Italy, till an op-
It, wanoe ver severetoach col whch y. porttnity should offer of attacking it directly.
iouche, Duket as a stomach comptranto, at hch arrie, on The injustice of the intentions of those who
the 26t Dec. His last words werate.addres, eon oppose the Spanish constitution of Naples, is
he 26th Dec. His folast words were.you address self-evident, as well as the manifest contradic-
to histofe, as followsnce."- tion ito which they fill, alleging that this con-
a packet frm oneof the West ndia titition givs too much power to the people,
Ba packet fr6m one of the00 and too little to the monarch. 'The sovereigns
ans, upwars of 16,000 letters were received, who now think.thus, a the same, who, a few
and sent to the general post-office, London. years ago,solemnlvrecognised.this constitution;
An article from Hamburg .says-rrom the which tlen roused then from the lethargy-
great number of Jews who have sailed froro from the humriliatio"in wiicthey were'pha g-
Odessa in 1820 for Palestine, it seen l ththeir ed; wich was the basis. preserve their
new colony at Tibenas is likely 'to become thrones, to support their vacillatory sceptres,
veryoaant, Capt. Ke 1 late, c. to recover their dignity, their honour, their
Tne Pheasant, Capt. Kelly, lately captured si e h 'and thir rank, .
on, the coast of Africa a small Portuguese r far ftheim omarinnk, Labach with
schooner of only 11 tons, with 71 slaves on Bayonne, rdinand IV, with FerdinandVII,
board, 34 of whom were women, crowded in- or ^ Emperor drancis with Buonaparte.
to a space S feet 4 inches long,4 feet 8 inches I or the an at of irornsFrance like those committed
broad, and 2 feet 7 inches high! They were all; y te cusurp of injth throne of the Bourbons
shackled together with irons, and when releas-ythe super o e throne of the Bourbons
ad. .uld.ar o i c ra should be seen in Our days, we shall not impute
ed could hardly stand on their legs from cramp it to the sovereigs but to their evil counsellors.
id strvation .. Meantime, Ferdinand is gone to Laybach, but
The London papers are principally occupied for what ? It can only be to repeat by word of
with details of numerous meetings throughout mout what he has frequently declared to the
the kingdom for the pupos of adressmg the ole world. And what may be the results of
King andprayag hin to dismiss his ministeis-. this new Congress? The Nteapolian nation will
They are Attended by all classes, from the not yield; the monarch Will maintain his oath ;
nobleman to the peasant. A meeting of the the Cabinets, meantime, will introduce de-
.Common Council of London had been held, fusion inflame the-peopid's minds, excite par-
anda petition to the house of commons agreed tids, outrage the law o nations, trample upon
upon for the restoratibn of the Queen's name to justice ; but at the same time they will ani-
the Liturgy, eud the restitution of all her rights mate in the people their love of liberty; they
as Queen consort. will cause men to reflect on their rights, and
Some of the most distinguished merchants, on the ieans of recovering them, andofestab.
bankers, and traders of London, have put forth fishing them on more solid foundations than
a declaration expressive of their loyalty, their they have hitherto had. Naples will be invad.
determination to support the King and constitu- .1, and the Spaniards cannot look at its situa-
tion, and their abhorence of the measures t i.: with indifference.
which abound, tending to subvert the social Lisbon papers of the 1x-1th and 16th Dec,
compact, A- counter .meetingof merchants inform us that the choice of the electors of
bankeis, &v was to be held on the 20th at the parishes are nearly finished in the provinces,
Mansion 11ouse under the auspices of the May- ,and entirely so in the capital. The choice has
or,fothe purpose .-,1 .t.Rg a counter address, generally fallen upon persons of information
TIhJiis measure is urtch6 hLav f originated with t
s measure s ve originated with and good sense, and from whom is expected a
r. Baring. .choice of deputies which will satisfy the wishes
The trial of Mrs. Carlile for alibel, took place of the nation. It is believed that many of these
on the Ilth. She was lc,un, l .y ,-, de- electors, taken generally from well educated
fendant appeared is c.:-st n ,l,, a l it her classes, are favourable to a national represprenta-
aris s. tion. Notwithstanding the prodigious number
It is stated in th papers, that the American of persons who 'attended the elections, the
brig Warrior is detained by Lord Cochrane. greatest good order prevailed.
American Stocks at London, Jan. 6.-Bank : On Friday last, four foreigners, accompanied
shares, par, sellers; seven per cents, 106; new by a person who had the appearance of a gov.
sixes 102J a 106; three per dents. 69k, sellers. ernment messenger, passed through this place
LIVERPOOL .MARKtKE1 S (Truro,) in the London mail-coach, for Fal-
Extract of a letter daled 20th: January. mouth. On their arrival there, it was discov-
"The demand for Cotton, which has been ered that they intended to embark in one of
limited for some weeks past, was further check- the packets for the Mediterranean, and a report
ed by the arrival of 20 vessels from the States being circulated that the celebrated Majocchli
in the last five days. The import this week, is and three other of the witnesses against the
upwards of 20,000, and the sales amount to on- Queen were in the place, a number of persons
ly 4.200 bags. We quote Upland, 7J to 10di assembled th view them. On their proceeding
and very good 10:1. Sea Island, 14 to 22d, to the place of embarkation, they were assailed
-and New-Orleans, 8 to 121d. There is nothing by hisses and execrations. Apprehending that
doing in Riei. Old Flour continues neglected, violence might be resorted to, the person who
and new is but little in request. The.third accompanied them, drew a pistol from his pock-
average of Wheat is 54s 7. For 200 bblh. of et, and swore ho would shootlhe first person
Montreal Potashes, 33 to 33s 6d has been given. ie saw lift a stone, or attempt to assault those
Several parcels of Flaxseed have comejor- under his special protection. Happily, it was
ward, but there is no demand at 62s per hhd. not necessary for- hini to 'show that he was de-
-Proin af other of same 'date.' termined to put his threat in execution ; and
'" We have to advise that ini the bfourse of the foreigner;g w ere allowed to embark without.
this week we have had Jarge arrivals of Cot- injury, happy, no doubt, at being able to quit
ton fully 20,000 bags, of which about 13,000 the English shore in safety:. After they had
are from the United States. The market is embarked, their protector returned, and set off
dull in consequence, and there is still but little by the coach for town. It is siid that orders
business doing; the few sales making of new were received at the Custom house not to ex-
Uplands, are at 9 a 94d, chiefly at 9 a 9Ad, and amine the trunks of these favoured persons.
at (l)ese rates there.is a general though not a .[IVest pritoi.
pressing disposition to sell. About 1000 bales SHIPWRECK.
of New-Orleais, in which description.very lit- LONDON Ji 18
tle has been done of late, are declared for pub- L D. ,.s. 18.
lie sale on the.26th, and it is probable that Particulais of the loss of the Abeona Trans-
niueh more may be added to it before the day port, on her voyage to the Cape of Good Hope.
, of sal. "On the 25ti.tof December, in lat. 4 30, N.
la other articles of American produce, no long. 25 39, W. about 15 minutes past noon,
alteration can be noticed since our printed cir- the alarm was given that the ship was on fire.
cular of the 30th nit.; a fe'w b'hhds of Elaiseed It proved to be in the lazaretto abaft, the re-
have been sold at 63, but there is very little in- ceptacle of all the ship's stores anid provisions.
quiry for it as yet. Every nerve was exerted in handing water to
CROPPER, BENSON & CO." the first mate and seamen who were down in
LONDON, Jan. 17. that place; but all proved useless, for the peo-
We regret to hear that Lord Londonderry is plesin a few minutes were driven up -from be-
dying. lu case of his death, Lord Castlereagh low by the dense smoke, and the rapidity with
iuat go out of Parliament, as h'o Irish Peer can which the fire communicated itself to evely
sit foran Irish borough or county, surrounding object. In 10 or 15 minutes from
'The typhus fever pre'ailed among ithe Aus- the first alarm tise case was hopeless, the ship
trianeoldiers in Italy t thd last accounts; the being in a perfect blaze from the mainniast aft
number of sick was 16,000-1500 horses had on the lower deck; and from the extensive
died fpr want of fodder heat of the upper one we inmominenta~nrily expected
A contest for sovereignty is carrying on in the tire to penetrate it. The skiff and the two
the empire of Morocco; the new candidate for' gigs were down, and the long boat almost high
the throne is Muley ,Ishmael, nephew of the enough for clearing the side, when thle flames
reigningg emperor.- ... rushing up from the after hold, communicated
LONDON, Jan. 17. with the main rigging, flaw up to the mast
The Queen..-The Brassfounders of this me- like lightning, and blasted every hope of get-
tropolis are preparing a more splendid proces- ting her clear.
sion than that Which accompanied heir former' The attempt to paint the horror of the scene
address to her majesty.-Thd deputation will at this moment were vain. The shrieks of tie
consist of about 700 persons, headed by six women and children, combined with the Iu-
men in complete suits of armor, the others rious element travelling on to devour us, form
clad in half armor, each individual bearing a picture of human misery that must rend the
some embleinatical device. A deputation of stoutest heart.
the coopsrs will also wait upon her Majesty The panic and confusion were such, that the
on Monday, with an address from that body ; long boat proved too heavy to be launched by
they will carry in procession a handsome gilt the few who were suficYiently collected to at-
cask, with suitable inscriptions. On one hoop tend to the orders given, and on the falling of
there will be the figures 108, the never to be lthe main-arm yard, she was stove. Seeing
forgotten Minority that voted in favor of her now all was over, and the people were throw-1
Maiestv. Denutations will also present ad- inu themselves overboard, and into the boats.

dresses from the parish of St. Mairy le Bone, I also jumped over, and most happily was pick--
Kensington, the -London Industrious Classes, ed up by the gig. Our anxiety was now to
:Glassblowers, Carpenters, and Tin Plate save as many lives as- our three small boats
Workers, the latter four carrying emblems of could possibly swim with : and I 'rejoice that
their several trades. 49 were miraculously preserved.
LONDON, Tan. 19. A few minutes after I quitted the wreck, the
As the assenmr;ling of parliament approaches, main and mizen masts fell ; the flame, rapidly
every day, we rejoice to state, brings a fresh advancing forward, drove numbe-'s of the poor-
triumph to thee cause of truth. Itis eaoulghQor wretches 9ia the bowsprit, where it was our

hard lot to behold them frantic withouA tling the revolutionary power which has just devel- A pr6of of the mediocrity,and'of course s.al- the western broad side of this rivcr, I will sup-
able to render them the least assistance You oped itself. The sovereigns assembled at Trop- brity and comforts of' this climate, is conspicu- pose, about eighty miles fronmiist to west, and
will jddge how the Boats were cramnmei; when pan with this intention, venture to hope that on, in the perpetual verdure that universally about one hundred and twenty miles -troni
husbands who had wives and children still they shall attain this object. They will take prevails, Which ne.thee the summer's heat, not north to south, and contains Ir,'c 1 dies of the
lining to the wreck, exclaimed agaiAt ngore for their guides in this great enterprise the winter's cold is intense enough to distrey. most valuable high lands; the 1rn.- pasturnge
being received treaties which restored peace to Europe and Placed between the hliid latitudes of 30. deg. generally : and in all parts very healthy. To
We kept close to the wreck till daylight next have united its nations together 36 min. and 24 d- g. 54 uin. N. and this situa- enter into sa partictuar description of this inter-
morning, in the hope that any vessel which 4'Withiot doubt the powers have .the right to tioon modified in winter by the proximity of a esting section of the country, would too far ex-
mighlt be passing Would Vee the immense body take in common general mearnies ofpirecautton gnlf on emch side, and in summer by a regular lceed my present limits, and might indeed ap-
of fire, which continued raging lill about three against those slates wl eu, reforms, engendered eddy of the trade wind, the average of heat in pear exugerated ; I will, therefore, only state,
'o'clock the next morning, w on'every thing byreb'cllion, are. opposedto legitimate govern- sAnmner is much-less than in more Northern that hundreds of persons from Tennessee, Ken-
disappeared A little before day-brek, the ments, s example has. already demonstrated, climates where the trade winds never reach, or tucky, and Georgia, who have visited that
carpenter discovered a vessel closeto us. We especially when the spirit ofrebellion ispropa- inuhiore Southern climates where- the trade part of Florida, agree, that it is the most eligi-
seized our oars and were onboard hbe in a few gated in the neighboringstates by secret agents., wids have the heac of a lower latitude to con' .ble back country they have ever seen. The
minutes. She proved to be the ConIleca da In consequence, the monarchs a sembled at tend with ; ior is the average of our cold so Tower parts of St. Johi's river, afford large bo-
Ponte, Portuguese merchant shin,o fiom Bahia, -roppn u have arranged together the measures great as in the same latitudes, when remote dies of high hammiac land, heavily timbered
bound to-Lisbon. After relatirigt6 the captain r qrhed by circumstances, and have communi- from the influence of gulfs;, I suppose that the with live oak to the water's edge ; -these are
our history, we demanded of him at what time cated to the courts of London ftnd Paris their influence consequent on the proximity of these generally light in soil, but very productive, and
he had first seen the light, aand learned with, intention of attaining the end desired, either gulfs, is equal; in winter at the Nqrthein. ex- are much more durable than their appearance
astonishmient'tlhat they had not seen it at all- by mediation or by force. With this view they tr6iity of this province, to one degree of lat- would indicate, and soon renovate by, rest or
that theit' own course had brought them to the have invited the King of the Two Sicilies to* e- itude mord south ; and about three times this mature. Ar.' on the back of these, and in-
very spot Where the boats were lying. Some pair to Laybach, to appear there as conciliator quantity of difference at its southerms extremity. deed throughout the country generally, we
of our party instantly ascended the masts in between his misguided.people and the stit6s The spontaneous.productions of the earth, all find large bodies of low hammac and swamp
the hope of seeing some of our poor absentees whose tranquility is endangered by this state of along the eastern sea-coast of Florida warrant lands 6f a strong, rich, and durable soil, fre-
floating On spars, and after intently sweeping things ; and as.they have resolved not to re- these calculatiorst. quently bottomed-oitih clay and made High-
the horizon, and seeing nothing, the captain cognise any authority established by the sedi- I account for thi? singular eddy, or rafteI er up the river, the arrlaigement changes; the
was induced to cruise about tle. neighborhood tiqus, it is only with tlhe King they can confer. variation of the trade wind, to whilih this pro- mairgini are generally of extensive and valua-
till n6on, when he -said he could detain the "As the system to be followed has no other vince is so much indebted, in -this way : .We ble river swamps, and on the back of .tese,
ship no longer. foundation than treaties already existing, they find that when a wind meets a river at right an- ;high and low hammacs tire promiscuously inu-
This dreadful accident was occasioned by have no doubt of the assent of the courts of gles, it blows directly across ; but when it terspersed among pine barrels.
Mr. Duff, the first mate, forgetting his wonted Paris and London. The only object of this meets the river at an angle of inclination, it Carik!sconnecting this river with the Mexi.;
prudence, in taking the candle out of his lan- system is to consolidate the alliance between immediately, and in proportion to the acute- can basin, lby the bay of Tampa, or with more
thorn to see something more clearly with,when the sovereigns ; it has no view to conquests, or, ness of the angle, leads up or down as the case expense, but with more importance, by the bay
a spark frori it or the candle itself fell on some to violations of the independence of other pow- may ie ; always shewing a disposition to- fol- of Appalachy, could be effected. The hercu-
of thi combustible matter around. His grief ers. Voluntary ameliorations in the govern- low the cofi'se of the water ; and this erect is lean prospect that such an undertaking might
at having been the cause of such destriut n, meant will not be impeded. They desire only increased in proportion to the velocity of the at the first view, carry with it, will be greatly
made him, when solicited to save his life, de- to maintain tranquility, and protect Europe current of water setting the same way. Thus, softened down on only comparing witlrit thd
line it. -No," he said, "1 pity those in the from the scourge of new revolutions, and to the trade wind, in its course from East to West, commercial advantages of an inland navigatiort
boats the 'most; for with us it will soon be prevent them as far as possible." between Cuba and Floridal is met, in part, by i between the Atlantic shores of the United
ever, but they will be eating each other in a the Keys and Cape of Florida, at an angle of States and the Mississippi; total avokiing
ftw days." insclination.of about.sixty degrees, which sepa- the circuitous, and perilonsrout round the Cepe.
You Wvill see by the list saved, that numer- TOPOGRAPHICAL rate that part from the main current, and at the and Keys of Floridas,where more disasters an-
ons young children are includ.d. The paren- same time caats it towards the North ;_ahd its nually occur, than on any other equal extent of
tal affection never shone with greater lustre EAST ,FLORIDA. disposition to follow the Northern sheet of wa- the oasts, of North and South America. And;
than on this occasion ; mothers and fathers The i i I tcr, which it has now .entered), aided by the as tlie waters of the great Mexican bay are un-
aliparently regardless of themselves, caught up Thefollowing letter from an intelient gene- gulfestream setting strongly the same way,forms questionably, higher than those on the cast sidd
their young"" eidren, and Ih tei ino I rlo ,eo.n "te la ro tt s r Nm i ehlm tT-o thetirst opultio ofFlorida, theiragencywbuld greatlyfacilitat
.. ... ... ainswr to certain enq iries of the latter-as to i p opt" ltion North, equal to the. mit' he i h eu ayo
boats-; anmd in one family (Barrie's) tlh e t sr to certain t enquiies o l a tae l Wes t, and a course N. W becomes established ; the.. vork, and perpetuate the i advattages.
juniors ae pi-eserved-onie a child oly 3 the soil, climate and natural advantages, t c. which passing on regularly, as it dous from S. The waters of St.John's river could he easily
months old-whi.le the ble parents, with of at PI*mvince -.hiches the .st atenound E. regales Florida, and terminates or dies away turned down through the harbor of St. Augusz
heir eldest son and daughter, numbered of te country w ich we have seen;th t at its Northern extremity. tine, by the way of Six Mile Creek, wic
with the dead. Another circumstance of a .. e i to e- e Thefe are intervals in t:, eextremes of our sea- out fr that river bout seventy i: ik
great soul deserves to be recorded. A Mirs. mea .t .come into psos n of t tr, n we sons when the heat and cold are severely felt; from itsbar,i' aqd directly Wstffrom St. Augus-.
McLaren, with, her husband and four children e rd .Cmen toa e but their durmtion is very short ; the heat be- tine. This wotld by deepening its bar, "tndler
upon the flames advancing, retreated into the o ton oic. ingrarely found oppressive, more than an hour that well fortiied and salubrious city; a valiu" -
fore channels, when, recollecting that her hus- DEAR Sila answer to your enqui thle or two at a time; the cold fo more than a day he sea port concentrating the wealth of th
band was a good swiinuer, she implored him natural advantages of East Florida, Ad the im- or two-and the nights are generally cool Proviitc tittiin its two fold protection. I
to saive his own life, and leave her and their provements of which it- is susceptible, I will throughout the summer.e> Nor are these, sud- ha-e labored considerably in the theory of this
children to the fate that awaited them, as he venitre to assert, that, from an extraordinary denll transitions productive of those serious con- project, and expect, at some early period, top
could not avert it ; and her wish. were atten- combination of local ch-cumstances, perhaps no sequences that so frequently grow out of them, lay it before a community,, sufficiently largest
ded to. part olthe world of equal size, offers a larger in qther counties. Coldi are common with ani enleri'sr, inp appretinie its many obv.
After a favorable passage, we arrived -at Lis- p.ropo ion of good to its evils. Justice to the us, but very rarlTy' indeed are they known to c. .s a -vanr,'-e
,boul on the 20th of December,and shortly after subject would afford interesting mater for a terminate in consumptive diseases ; fot, as w Thhe source of t; ri.erl.n ieverbeen ex-
embarked for Greenock." ..large volume. I can, at present, only run you do not require so warm shelter atnd apparel as plored by whie people : nor is it knownn aove
some of the outlines ; which, 'as a native are lndisheesable in less favored clinites, we two hundred and fifty miles from its mouth,but
LONDON, January 19. who has passed the major part of his years in are not so'highly wrought on as to receive deep by Indian reports. I am, howeverr, satisfied
A paper of yesterday states, that ifter a long Ithi province, I have had opportunities of know- impressions from the transitions; and when we from my own observations, that it has nod
discussion in the Cabinet Council, the.Earl of ing: have received an at all the retful elasticity communication above its mouth, withnthe sea
Liverpool and Lord Castlereagh set off togethn-. East Florida has natural advantages, suf- and purity of our air, soon disperses the evil. on either side of the peninsula, as it asserted
er to Brighton, to lay the results before hlis Maj- fcient to make it one of the most impoittlnt di- Nor are we exempt from fevers; but owin" to uinderyarious forms in the geographicaldescripl-
esty. The matter probably alludes to the course visions of North America; and, indeed, more our hnappymediocrity of climate,'& purity ofat- tions I have seen. I am aware that what may
which they desire to pursue on the meeting 9f itthan sonte tl atare alreadyopulent. Its lev- mosphere, they do not occur so often, and then be considered a knock-him down argument,
the two Houses, and upon which they are to el face and mild climate, is not exceeded in they are divested of that virulence ihich char will be placed in front of fh'is assertion, viz:-
take the King's pleasure. The rumor in the uoint of salubrity,-by any part of either conti- acterises some of theminto the North,Southi a nd That St: Jotl's, which is- a fresh water river
political circle is, that the speech is to be ex- perit; in America, equalled by very few; and West of us; and those of the more fatal kinds, above the immediate influence of the'tides,and
tremely moderate ; that a proposition is to be is, perhaps, the most free from those convun- we lhave never suffered by ;, nay, they ,have indeed its waters are sometimes drinkable be-
submitted to the Commons to fix the Queen's sions of nature, that render property, health, several times beenaimported, but died in the yond its mouth, at sea, should be fonnd grcat-
establishment at 560,000 a year, the sum offer- and even live precarious. Its extensive lands, subjects who brought them. In'short, we have ly mixed with salt above Lake George. But
ed her at St. Omer's (and which, we trust, is to Tertile in the production of many valuable arti- ever had but little call for the doctor, apothe- to this I answer, that several arms, or rather la-
be paid from the civil list, not fixed on the con- cles of agriculture; rich in spontaneous high- cary, or grave digger. goons of the river., setting- off from the main
solidated fund,).and that ministers are to stand growth and pasturage; and abounding in native T, -i al-purity s .body on both si'es, terminate in large moras-
or fall on the restoration of her Majesty's name 'quadrupeds, lie waste, to the amount eof above our air is potent to ev- ses or quagmires, covered only with grass, and
to the Liturgy. Upon this point they calculate fifteen millions of acres. Its water-courses are ery observer. Lethm n but took around at dis- which are so extensive as to bound the horizon
(but with the hope of gaining the Snints,) on a .numerous;, and those navigable, and profusely tantobjects, tor instance, a tree, and not only to a spectator in a boat ; and that when the
majority of seventy, which, in the House of supplied with a variety of scale, skin, and shell- the limbs, but the leaves are distinguishable a sea is forced on to either coast by heavy gales
Commons, is less than a majority of nine in the fish. Its stores of lumber are immense ; and long ay off, as though i was a miature of wind, the redundancy of the salt water
House of Lords. the qualities of some of them are preferred in painting he held in his hand ; or as though he which is crowded into the many small rivers
We have received Frankfort papers to the all countries where they have been used, to looked at it, near by, through a spy-glass re- on the weather shore of t:- peninsula, flows
12th inst. a d the .d lemenie Zeitung to the th, 'those of the same denomination found else- versed. .. overiheir adjacent low grounds into those mo-
this morning. The allowing are the only arti- where; particularly its pine, cedar, cypress .. Mary's river running trrsses, and thus finds itsway into the St. John's
cles of any interest which they contain.. It ap- and live-oak, which are the kinds of lumber the country fro East to West, runs a great river., aIt has likewise been erroneously report-
pears that the military preparations of Austria most desired in terrestial and maritime struct- ay up, ad ms the, northern bounaryof ed,.that the neighborhood of this river is un-
are now completed, and her Armies are ready lres and are those in which it most abounds. East Florida. It has the best bar of all the nv- hal --1 ni persondaly acquainrted with all-
to teak the field, should the conferienes at Lay- I have seen Florida pind bought in Savannah ers on, the eastern side of this Province, say, the t.i[apr ab. t, it tor thelst tciwenty years
buch not haive a pacific termination. Th for ship-building, fifty per cent. higher in price twenty feet ht high water; aid is navigable -n-gI a n, .-u.-iled that there has been no cause
chances,in favor of such a termination, seem than the pine of Georgia; and it is a well for large vessels a great way up. It is singular- for such complaint among those who have lived
but slender. If the King of Naples identifies known fact, that the Florida pine lihas had a ly barren of finny inabitats; and has in its like civilized beings. As to otherw,habitual ex-
himself with the constitution which he has been preference in the royal dock-yards of England, neighborhood, but a small portion of those cesses would destroy hesAth, in the garden of
compelled to accept, then the sword will be over all other pines that have bben brought classesro, and we consider most valuable.- Eden
drawn. If, on the other hand, he should consent there. The inhabitants along this river, (not formed St. Augustine city, bar, harbor, water, &c.
to annul that constrained acceptance, and, in The reports of Florida, amounting at present for ndutry) generally cultivate the pine bar- are sufficiently known to excuse their prince
the name of himnnself and his allies, to propose a to almost nothing, would be very great if it had ren lands in preference, (which, bye the byef here. must ever rerhark, that the north
dirofrenit basis for the constitutional fabric of but sufficient population. Forthe last twen- must have beer, I think, pine-dearmg lnds ern extremity of St. -Anasatia Island, which
Neapolitan liberty, even then, we fear, the ty years there has not been exported one barrel corrupted into pine-barren) ad these produce forms the harbor of St Augustine, is the noith-
sword must equally be drawn, it, as we are told of turpentine, the produce of the province; bountiful crops of provisions; and I have seen er boundary of that remarkable kind of so e
the people are desirous of retaining what they whereas, when it was but an infant colony of nne crops f black see c n rase on these of wiich the city and its fortifications are built
aA The happiest event forthel Two Sicilies Great Britain, one commercial house shipped pe barrels, at thirtyfive miles distant, dect This stone, formed y a concretion of small
wod be, to find the parliament ofNaples com- from the river St. John, in a season, twenty om te sea coast. Te naants sayese marine shells,and perhaps peculiar to this
posed chiefly of a revolutionary faction, and thousand barrels. Again : rn Savannah river, nds must be "cow-pened, and they produce province, lie'sin great mines in this island, and
consequently, like all other factions, the ene- Georgia, (which is ia no way equal to our St o ........four good crops in succession but on runsn similar veins southwardly, and along
miles of their country. They would then, be John's) are loaded hundreds of vessels annual- m .uquing into this part of their agricultural the eastern sea-coast of the province, but not
quickly scattered, and the people, united with ly, while the whole of Florida does not load process, it amountsio little more than driving spreading offfrom it above three miles in ay
their sovereign, might hope to establish a penP ten a year ; notwithstanding Florida has ad- a gag o cattle a few times across them. And part. It makes excellent and cheap house :
amanent system of government, founded upon vantages, arising from its local situation, that though they were literally manured by cattle, and on accountof its soft and uncndable equal
rational principles of liberty. are at least equal to the difference in territorial one or two years rams would carry its influence ity,is particularly suitable for fortifications.
The following are extracts from the Frank- size, when compared with. Georgia ; such as so deep in these sandy ottoms asto be beyond Progressing about eighty miles farther south
fort papers:extenSive fishing grounds; large fields for the reach of annual plats. This shows that we come to Msquit Inlet a snug and safe
VIENNA, Jan. 5. wrecking, in the peculiar situation of its coasts they must possess an innate fetility, capable inlet for small utessels, affording from ten to
The military armaments are still continuing and kes; a more southern climate more e-: of much improvement. I mention these cir- twelve feet f water on itsmall ssels, bar. This leads up
with the greatest activity. The corps called nialtothecultivatior ofmanyof the most.- cumstances in indicationn of our pine barrens; te Halifax riateroning northisand head Hi-
.anialoathe cultivationnofcmanyesftlih Vem- .- the Halifax river,,ru'ing north and the Hillls-
Stuabs Dragons, for the internal service of the- able articles of commerce that are raised in waich are more estimable farther south, an d boroughunning south, (which are frequently
head quarters, has just been formed. This is Georgia, and productive of many others in particularly wn theyhave clay an oter cale tl b Musquito North and South Lagoons)
always considered us the last of the measures :which that country does not participate, or but frm bottom which often occur. There are, each'about thirty miles in extent.-The head
uecess-ry to the organization of an army on the in a very limited degree. however, various grades of quality under this often l-ilsborough is so nearly met by th.
war establishment, and on the point of ad.a-. Iaexports might consist of many articles, deno nation of lnd- and some of them are head of the Indian river, alias Rio 's, as to al-
c'in viz: t.e four deoinations of lumber already, "ood for little-else than lumber and pasturage; o
SZ: the four donations of lundeed sopeare good fornothing bat as hall'i-i a portage of about a quarter of a mile from
en. Baron Von Kolleris appointed commis- mentioned, and a variety of others ; cotton, deed so aregood fonothing but as ban- one to theother; and this continues to its bar,
sary general of our army in Italy, with very wool, hemp, indigo, tobacco, pot and pearl ers and connections to other lands. about seventy miles farther south. Thes
considerable emoluments : great iullnfluce is at- ashes, myrtle and bees-wax, turpentine, tar, Nassau river next succeeds St. Mary's; as we three, within a part of the Matanzas river, form
tached to this office, and tromn its authority rosin, pitch, Indian cqru, rice, rye, barley, oats, go South, and is the only other running in the a continuation of territory along the sea-coast,
emanate all measures of administration relative several sinds of wine andbrandy, whiskey, same direction. Its bar, lying about eighteen of about one hundred and fifty miles, that will
to the supply of the army, especially with, pro- malt liquors, peas and beans of iauy kinds, a miles from that of St. Mary's does not afford admit of a very dense population. Its salubri-
visions. long list of esculent and medicinal -oots, a d more than from niei to eleven fe-t at high wa- ous and pleasant situation along the sea shore ,
a POLAND, Jan. 1. others of hortulan fruits, and vegetables; culi- ter. Its course up is broad and deep to the the larse portion of good lands, and their ad--
The first declaration which H. M. the Em- nary, medicinal and manufacturing oils; beef, distance of about twenty miles, where it di- mirable distribution and superior qualities; its
peror of Russia remitted to the monarchs and pork,- fish, butter,cheese,lard, poultry, hS. Su- vides into several large branches; and these accommodating waters, superabundantly stor-
their ministers assembled at Troppau, was-the gar aBnd flour have not been fairly tried on a appear to have endeavored to exceed each ed with a variety of fish ; and its delectable
most formal assurance that H1. M. was ready to lar-ge scale; but we know that in Georgia,lying other min their manifold distortions; embracing, clraate, form a series of advantages, not easily
contribute in the most energetic manner to all ore north, t former has been made in good within their extensive ramifications, and their conceived by strangers. One bo-y of the good
the measures which might be thought necessary pe-fection ; and the latter in Louisiana, direct immediate neighborhood, a large amount of lands within this space, it is said is not exceod-
for maintaining the tranquility of Europe, pro- ly west; there is no reason to doubt their lucra- most fertile and durable lands; fine and exten- ed in quality, norm equalled in quantity bv anv-
vided, that first,the principle should be solemun-' ti production in Florida, and its southern sive pastairage for bristley and horned stock,on body ofland on the sea-board of Georgia and
ly fixed, that not their least change was to be parts will suit the growth of coffee; for form- all sides; and great stores of lumber in its the Carolinas: The insect called the Jlnsquitor
iade in the territorial situation o Europe, as ing lo g peninsula between two gulfs, thIe At- primitive- state. But a great part of the good is said by some prejudiced or not well informed
it was established iu 181i5, and then guaranteed .tic amnd Mexican,tlhe climate becomes much lands on this river will be subject to grievous persons, to be intolerable in this section of the
reciprocally by all the powers. This principle more southern thIan the latitude warrants, inundations in wet seasons, until some of the rovince ; but I know that they are not worse
s.. o e as r. bi These advantages lie dormant, only from the more crooked abends of its branches are straight- here than they are generally along the sea-
It is thcreforef evident .tnat all the rumors which want of hands to put them in motion. And eimed by canals,so as to allow thes water a more coast of the Southern Stties.
have been spread Uimoad respecting Thoin, though very greatencouragementhas long been speedy escape than their present meanders af- On the west side of the Hilsborough, about
.antzick, and the gand duchy of Pose.n, ar hcld out to settlers from all countries, except- ford. four miles from the inlet, and situated on a
tiounded, as we s ee what has been said about ing only American citizens, yet we get none We now come to a truly majestic river: the quiarryofthe stone above mentioned, formerly
aicoldness. Between the Rusan ad Prssit a ian hit a few of those, who now and then slip in, St. Johns. Its bar affords about fifteen feet stood the town of New Smyrna.-Many of its
cabiete. Tly e views of the united abinets are and meet with toleration. The people of South water at best tides, and lies about thirty miles ruins are still visible. It sunk to ruins in con-
perf ectly similar ; upon th e separate points ofu America, our countrymnsn, are well known to south of S t. Mary's, and forty to the north of sequence of the migration of its inhabitants, in
tleir deliberations there has not been the leaut possess already, too much territory, and too that of St. Augustine. Continuing its course a body, to St. Augustine-the effect of the des-
difference of opinion, much less has there been a much indolence, to come this way; and tie from the sea westward, for about thirty miles, potic severity of their landlord.
at Troppau, or elsewhere, any question of a de- number of people vwho are constantly emi- it corners and runs southwardly, parallel to the From the month of Indian river, to the pro-
matad, whih one power was aboutto ma q grating from alt.parts of Europe to the United sea coast, all the rest of its course'; forming, montory of East Florida, about one hundred
a certain other state. States, and the British provincees,knownothing as it were, a general and immense canal thro' and forty miles farther south, we know but lit-
Many Russian,Polish, and especially alhcian of Florida; nor have we vessels in that com- the internal parts of the province; commnuni- tie of the interior of the country-And thence,
Jews, are embarking at Odessa for Patlestie.- Inerce to bring them out, which abomid from eating by its tributary and neighboring streams all along the western sea-boaud of this penin-
The chiect part are going to be found there at those quarters. Hence the cause wly they all to many purts, and communicable at moderate suda, I am only acquainted hvy heresy, and that
the approaching appearance of the Messiah. emigrate to places already crowded, and not rates, with thIe whole ; even those of our wes- but from ignorant observers. These accounts,
HAMBURGH, Dec. 28. having the means of establihmling themselves on tern sea board. More water than the bar at- n howeveir,go to shew that there are several good
Declaration of the Sovereigns at Troppune. their own footing1 as must be the case with a fords can be carried to Lake George, one hun- I harbors along that shore, and much good land
The following is the declaration addressed to very large proportion of them, they go to ser- dried and fifty miles up, through which the lying back of it.
the governments by the sovereigns at Trippaa, vice, to increase the opulence of others; where- river passes; and 12 feet through this lake, -..
relating to the affairs of Naples and the alairs as, they would, with thIe same amount of indus- -when the river again deepens for an extent of uSp i
connected with them, which piece was deliver, try and lalor here, become opulent them- forty miles beyond, and then pas-es through ,tri a AUCl.oni.
ed to thie Senate of this city by the Austrian selves, and improve a inmuich finer country- another Lake; and thus continues its course r 0O he old at ,,blc auch.ion I _uc,ul >.,
resdestmisiterBaonadl Te pe~nu ppnhaion o Iti hrovnc desup frmig owa ivt' an laua ak, s- ~ "- -"~ mi~.'i ~s"a e'cnMinnind

resident minister Baron.Hadel: The present population of this province does up, forming now a river, aid then a lake, to- ... ., ,, ,
"The overthrow of the order of things in not exceed five thousand souls,includitg slaves; .wardsd it source, which is only known by In- So x ar ," '1-i ... t -o' #" .,l .
Spain, Portugal, and N.'ples, has necessarily and scarcely half of these are ever occupied inm dian reports. From the bar to Lake. George, ..a..thRm.!nr. o ., the direct road from ilr
caused the cures and the uneasmines ofthepow- country works; and those who are, fm m that the breadth oftheriveris, wilthbutfew excep- .an.4 haso it a i-, ni and tr.r ui
ers'hocombatedthrevoti, ancoin dislikeo solitude inherent in lman nature, tios,fro one to five mies; and receives te o a ll .
edthem of the necessity of putliumg a checks on all cr-owd down as near as possible to the sea- tributary waters of many large creeks, and ,, at mIemsame'lli-an"'l pace, several Ios
the n- calamities with which Europe is threat- coast, leaving the better lands behind them.- some detached lakes, on both' sides. Lake of WVood. Svaa,) anl .iaow. Als--a Pw
ended. The principles which united the great For as nature lhas receded from the couvenion- George is a large oval fornied spread of the in the Rev. Mr. Esmeteo lu'imeetin ,,oue- l-
powers of the continent to deliver the world ces of the sea, shie has, generally, comnpensat- rivalry, exhibiting a sheet of water eighteen s,. Cows. Hav, Ac. For further p-!ticular lp-
from the military despotism of an individual ed in the quality of the soil, and in the protec- miles long and twelve wide, beautifully grand. ply to EBYNR VWA LTO';, liv n, ou the ipre:ni-
tisuing from the revolution, ought ta act agaimnt tion of its produce.. h- 'e undefiued territory-of Alacbta, lies u.aOln s-s. Sale to be at t(e ie-vel'.nz lome.
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