Title: Federal republican & commercial gazette
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Title: Federal republican & commercial gazette
Alternate Title: Federal republican and commercial gazette
Federal republican, and commercial gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Printed and published for the proprietors by J. Robinson
Place of Publication: Baltimore Md
Publication Date: 1808-1813
Frequency: triweekly[july 27, 1812-1813]
triweekly[ former 1808-apr. 21, 1809]
daily[ former apr. 24, 1809-june 22, 1812]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Baltimore (Md.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baltimore County (Md.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Georgetown (Washington, D.C.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington (D.C.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Issued on microfilm by Readex Microprint Corp., as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 4, 1808)-v. 8, no. 1063 (Dec. 24, 1813).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended June 22, 1812; resumed July 27, 1812.
General Note: Published in: Georgetown, D.C., July 27, 1812-1813.
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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Other version: Federal republican & commercial gazette (Baltimore, Md. : Country ed.)
Preceded by: North American and mercantile daily advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Federal Republican (Georgetown, Washington, D.C. : Triweekly)

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VOL VI GEO RGETOWN, (CdL,) ATU US1 24,1812. No 8,

rVL"'r1C. Pt LI FEE LIN U., al privilege of frerey artimadverting .."P.,YIOUri i .' we believe, thefearof'it, inspectedthei
Te F,'hral ri'p,.ticzn i1 publ'i;.'ever, uponi public med aid measures. [We. are requested, says the Boston .lAocket,and after sitting nearly an ho
ot'hq, ifedcltu.fiund K ( i-;q.atU./rorner At a numerous arid refpeaable 5. Resolved, That We, view with Ceutinel of August 12;, to give pub- adjourned to 3 d'clck. The justice.
o! f B r id ,y wI s, intti r e vli G r c r ,y '- e .l.. i., -c r w c ^ o. f p fi .! .zn i r .C a .'i n -r i n .s .n .. L c i t y t o t h e f o l l 'v h o f ,iia a rt ic l e t h6 6 n c n v e~ n e d a gIai n ,- ( e e p tir C o .,
o ,,,C, ".) at ,1u- ,-" ePP, meeting. of tile people of Somerfet detefut.ion the fanguiary and murl. lici to t f o a article thrn convened a tinC, eptig Co
payable in advance by t4acve w/o ao no reide county, Maryland, convened at Prin- derous proceeding hicl .have difgra-- t ,nd- ,r a- ti Ply- turned hrer ) afnd to thi t,.ihIer ..
St1.vci / t.ents :i'cd cefs Annte ol Tuefday, the th day cd and tarmilhed the character of, te outhi; Conoivihg it to be their indis- of all re-senet, adjournedd thle curt t
*rres. 'ver.,semen :: e tAu elof Auguft, by public notice, to take city of Baltimore, the great emporium pefisable dutj', td reinove fiom thethehefourthTuesday in Septemb.er. If
._ into confideration the fate of our af- of our fate by i wicked and infuriate m inds,of the frieniid'of peace, any iih- Col. Turner, or asyi one of his asste
')RUG & 1, l)i NAtL fairs generally, and to exprefs their mob-who have lawlfaiv trampled tnvorable impir;esion, they may have ieates. had l inted to us, or to any in
Sti R fenitiments of the late melancholy arid upon the civil magiftrae) of the city, received, relating.to what, is called the habitant of the town, that tke court
S. icki y traed a, ed in Baltimore ; pioftrated the liberty of ihe pefs in. Iiot ,at Plymoulth have been induced Were und.r the most distant apprehe
ng tragto publish thefolrlowihg tatmen MnO-t:.. ii of .olede or insult, the rost ef-
ENR DLEO after a ianfone ad appropriate in- vaded and destroyed private 'proper The first dtyof a citizen is subiis- fetualeurs wouldha eeta
P.espectfully infonrms his fll icids and tie troductory address fit-b major A. I. and by profertpti6ns and threats have sioa to law. isThis tofuda ,e.tal iriei. nl'h t banili f-roh their mninds every,
pt, b he eni nil ,, lt i t fewfiri e l-of Fitn -z !Sth
e g y, t the firm s of Caroll, explaining the objects for filenced the freedom6lf fpeii, and we. pl he lhoueld gtiard With sleej e- s vi' doll t thlbirentire safety.
w h..-wIIOULerON, which foeslly odalct,,..
ha been latelyddissol,-cd n ia content, which they were convened- lament that {he civil 'auth'by aided girncei wil. the precision Rid piromp- 'This i~ the plain undisguised narra-.
,nd th.ose;sin i'ao ,rwil! conducted n Gen. LEvJ. WINDERu was uriani- by the inilitary, hodiild t.i:anly yield tude of inqtiNct. Wheihlib tes on tive ,whiii w e presia.n Col. Turner
gN himselff, at the corner of Bridge C. Con moufly called to the Chair, and the government of tho t pop'dilot. city th g!,cos street Geo-twn--wher .. will I' Col. otXGs -INDY, appointed to the dtestti4m of a: i ;fil;iciant t0u U1. lw or tht -'trt~,i,and i:- .ul- ae v rated leU li. died l. _l deiM
~ee nhaid~a, la atmentfof-Drugs t, ,.... ... -- ,+" .. p "". e.i.a ,, ,,ti,...... .4- cente r-api r that:) -. : .i,
.nd Mledicies; Pi nr-s, dr" and 'i ;!, & .. Secretly --..... -- -.. .... o t.-.; ,, f' T .,! t~_i, .. **,. U ,., f -, .ed I .-,d hi b tef thir-gh the streets, in-
solicitst;e patronacofte piCic. .t-- A comnuttie of the fevtn following who had paced. themlelvel s-id.r eir ,.eiir our pri-nciile .1 tr" .our i .it. .d ie the i ,nc .and compelle't.
-fbiTg.self tat rollnt`on, tlc gentlemen vwis appointedto draught gtiardianfhip, with the promiife of pro- i;habitnj is not w ithOut s6 u.. ad hisc t --
Au~uist'i .3t and report refolutions fultable to tlie tefaion, to be inhumanly butchered. ,i pasant emotion, thit tf stlbjoiri the T. T heai trie .nso t of h town the
occasion ;--Litlethon Dennis, fen. H. 6. Refoled, I Thdt the conduct of following mstteof facts. Cioi. T;.6.fIt t:i jbie't ii tlh tu nmulto,,,,; rr:,.edin'-,
A VALUABLE STOCK. J. Carroll, Gorge W. ackfon, James the noble tew inBaltimore; whogene- 'ame into Plymouth oh MdIriaty the l ill add aVttepassed at aegal eeI-e
The sibsetiber offers for sale his valu- Murtay; Roert J. Henet, Tliomas rofty offered their services, for the po- 3d Inst, arid put up at a frichd 's hduse in1g;held4thi4it.i.nthtefollown:rrds:
hle stock of Bayly; and JohnC. W iltlon fen. The te&ion of the perfoa and p opertylof a s s i.s su.poed for the-t ,rtt o e he .. .
Sy T commtOtee, a r retiring a f rt tri.e, _a me .. ..to.ou s ci n .. rot .r town was perrntly trag aiiil, and they we Wi at. eb rtema aotd or 'en p evt .
m Ia i v I( OLrOLESA.,, OR RETia I, C, mmttt ,e.a th avere-tomga mort tOn.ie, iritO& C ..t t e affatt have no Ida on td -believe ti- that design odtkrage minmnitted 6r attemptL'd to b'
Consisting cliic' of INDI, FR: returned atid reported the following of A favage mob, merits and receives .to ijuie his person o pr opery was coiimitted on thei-ights and p I.sis o
anind GE.RMAN GOO)S-all of which refolutions which were adopted with- bur Warmeft thanks that we copfider cdntemplatid by a ingle individuiml individulbj that they, will .appress all,
ware houightpreviou.i to the rit;e. A liibral out a diffinting voice. Bc ore the their surrender to the civil authority /, About 9 in the eveinin; he was gi io6toiis and til ultuou assemblies and
t i e W h iol ., o r antV c n sui able p artI of th e-e ". "' "
5occ-O-- e f the hett Stan s for- the the resolutions, lr. Thomas Batyl tion to the laws) as a most.heroic felf- withiui 0 riod. ,of hier house when iie called to runo.ntr, will pes rveth
Dv Good Business may also be had at a. explained' t large to the meeting the devotioijintlie caufe of-thM opnfliti. was regiizediby some per'nin the peace and trahqi.ityof 4i.-t -i v n-
idrhoe est, shou. .. 1. pu .ch..e t.b objects for which they were affemn .i6ii, and thai as that authority has tCt, h d al d, ide to the ct in it f afety a
W "" ,V. G. RIDCG .". "bled, and drew fpirited and affect- been declared incompetent, the crimi- "war; gr ;s thefcarel wk' iid itd rt cad choset. t..r .1s.ni ,peses.
CeifgetAwn, Aug.5 t ing pidure of the late horrible affair nalcourt hutht and the ciry declared to this effect. 'Thhsrioie< stliii riotioii JO.SEPHP.%TLT'' T SPel .mAe
,., C, ....,. "in Baltimore. .Mr. Littletdh Dennis, -n a late of outlawry by i grahd ju- many men and boys iq the street, who J.OHN PA'fI. o~', of
AA f e A TEh NYi ,t t fen. then rofe, and in a rmallerly and ry; the executive of M arv Snre, ought called" 'hcre is he, let ~ se. i"i:." q .1,. .'4 ATW OOD. ,;yooLt"b
O wt. be EEN' aterCOF. E luminous flyle dcpited the frefent immediately to caufe the ring-laders Col. Turner very natural- enessed .^.B..... !:re at ,i'e Sele~tlen, tw
1000 wt. SMI"lIFIELD BACOdIn caamitous situation of our country, to bt apprehended for trlm. his ahd s it is nt i,.tend d he iwhoi tre t;n on.
1000 b, ,he's -% ";fn.. was5 nlpedCd, an ht lit -a. lu .. ,. 8 12.
10o0 b.ohe:., C osa n S entered into a detailed hiflory of the 7. Rciolved That the editors o( wads tinpedd, ald hita:, but a. shdt o .Ii.t.. 8
200 hh.I) ,iosle rans4AlumGSA proceedings of the adminifiration ; the Federal Republican are entitled to hu f Mt. Wr:en: .e n Fr.o te gta rd.
Iiavanilt oaf and Luniti SUGAR S. gave a moft lively and afficting def- the. thanks bf this mediing, for the tcred the ilodr orie or iho persons sim- l- i sl'.iic ic t' bfph -d rpnri,
Imperial ounaa Ivso td andi Hson 'Ta, cription of the outrages tomniitted in spirited effoHts they have made to dif- ed th'irr feet at him t.nd tii'v B:le ilo manTy of ish accounts ivoom Flord1.--.
by the chest or retail-M-olasses, Catdles, Saltimore; and ended byt recdimmend. feminate correct principles thrc1a1ghou evidence that tJhe indi-nity wal b-sor, We had the piVanurc a dav rr tiu since
C hsmelae, TIit- Shoer, He: riu s tpl n .i i... ... ; -uiand 'ia. EcnrLIf."
tto, p and ite Fs, Crn ing afhangeof the otlcers of govern the fate. oferiedhi., l.'i tur f h ,ic ts ad of a wverti d it a glentco.lnt of
Ie:l mut sunr lthe," tiles which hein- ncit i .the only means Of cifeCting a 8. R folvedi That this meeting w. t even hrd ii p t e
",*i;dst0 sc" I'y 'le th iin tit,-oretail -ni01i V*11; not even hoard ov rntiny s' "inil as Vfl" 1, ) i ""- H e n0 1' 1.tiil.s
I an. o r.ttai, l sen .h.ie nieafure~, and by pledging .ymps.,tiize with the afiiited fansy of in theneihbrhoud instg cowd, us that ."we'e, r it th, ro-
lIii!,, : l imlelt to oppofie t"e re-election of he dtce.ed generd2l ingin, anl con- and ts ) c'l!ection of people, a g t port pnbihed in scvOr&a pspe s, ht-
T) "t ",r. Madiflii. After the paffage ol lole with the people of M nte -mnery -rt of" wncin had act -.-i s.ai Col t- g'O3. nEA t.stird hau t;hed to
t I,., O I- E 21t o.. I he refoluitinoi the mieetiug adjourned. articulArly, aaht of the TT-uit.d Staies Trsvner. dispersed. give up the e-attzi if oridi.cd i 'o
nd C lii u'ya'e oad C.mpa- he tmo(t jiarminy p-i --t lrf c, upon the lop14o' .Thi' *tne .r, .- ,,e [Is uP"L .t n,.
,..*,' soil. 't l,,;l- Aw- c 10th oiarc o l -t--h. ol. en ,^-, .. I i| of the t
i.-:, .. ..,,t;Thrui .-s-so .. .....,b. occurre'tointerrupt t-Ind ed- !-"oidea air'Lf .i -' .... > t.,, .+ w.,.e ..t_ -u i s : .,,ft od t th -
" Ic Loc:a-.. of said road- -and h ,ereby sgvr d t b -tanimated b but i 'U l '1 ,n 1 I:r'' il.hI as 'l '1' II e ?- car re-
n itictoall p-sois wishingtobecm con- people feemee to be animated yut commercial reftricions imposed by they sinerly d6. the n,,.1 i h...r1. 0h ited. (';...1 .I',,; IthI bluIt-,t
tractors, that thly tvill rt Monday the'2 il, one fentithent. our gedeial government, ha'e .dried dct' i''inn< o.f t.'- p1.i:. f[n:,hh A.-r:'i' A. cn tr.,,Is is betr tn A
o'tht month, receive proposals fr con- up the forces of our revenue, impoa tarbll.-nee, I>, v are niro, t)uc.., ani,,,t i ,.1 i,h--., f''i ,lthP i stlnitig.
\.r,ctiv- t.te same, at tlhehouse o George WTHEREAS thee confthitutii arid bill .eri... our merchants aid farmers, iv tin~., t ,l-'fi l h e i9.; a.^har. i'o ordeisa toact oai.-ivelyvortuaban-
t -ntzil. intles town of Petcr sbnrg, A IJhsl ri. -.ed-iir* +i isii d'f ra e'I.I ,e ....l, o .
l\,t''v. Pen,-tia r of rights of the fate of Marylarid, and A late precipltitte ind unmtecdTairy ".'e c' ,I' '-i.,,_ .r ,, a t ri, ,.r don his position. The ,s'riotu are a
\By order of th0 ,-. d. guaiani e to-the citizeris the freedom declaatitn of war; without a ay to ow lutri rn. Btt it oglt to be re- short disaniceinthierear ofcol Sinit
SJ. B. PARKE, c'r, ofte s, d of peecli, and the thdufinds of u erant colcted that the War bb-ar- with ome ketT.ions from tli. c..tl" hav6
J, tu d ..e of and rti rt P heavy pr'-.re' on the 10 iltiibts if oen made for cattle. &-c. hu1t nb siir-
privilege of 'iemblitig together, iat all _hips no* afloat upon the ocean-and this towin, that a .n i.t nuitbelr 6ti' m 1tlishin has taken tlaee-hirft of the
TEA WAREH(OUSE, times, but more especially in a period the other necelfTrl' means of felf-de- ire deprived of their visual means of patroits were not long since attahel:
YQ. 66, Jarket-st. Balthnirc. of great difficulty and danger, to n, ,fence, t66 plaiiily eyl ce that our rn- support, that sonw hiavt recently sus- iri a house y nine Spaniards, o f
20. 1st csRieR AS roain ;SAr, fult for the commoni goodltoexiamune lets ate incompetent to thihigh triif tained great loss by eipture ; that te patriots was killed, and twu Sppan-
't-ch Ts rtmar aly nc c ea the conduct of their rulers, and the repofed in them, or totally- reardletlos poity,witl its haiggai-d taoe, tares iiiards weI aso killed.nd the ret sar
lish at, andselddizi tes toth tendency of their neafures fearlefsly of the trie interest f thelr cotlry them in lj face, that i !. T a"C- not btl bf Ths isa thehhioos'hd th- ha
country. o warn their fellow-cititn s of the ;o r onll' voted for War, an1t all the lmeia- I et '.brred Col., mith s. troou;C
S O chlestsi"ndliof.chestfresh YounITvson rs which furdund them and t 10 Refolvd, That havin d con sures that produced it, blit sitciW a let-; are pi tttv healthy; heehB only lost ons.-
(Leda's cargtApart of which are suiper- ,g w .hi 'u. t "e fidence in our rulersi who have des- ter, that ivas a otss inslit ptbn the mtiin within itw&vele mcnihs, sid that
18 ches ai T3 reha cue other common country r, e troyed the freedom of deare it con. nisfortflhes of i.s edinstituetds ; tlit t one cartLi from Norfolk in the last
co ts imperi ditto ii p"ndvirtg. ruin -Ang d w there, th grefs, turned a ddafeaia to the repe.At the irritation awakeiied by these cir- stacs of tonsmnption.
10 Lf.che.tsa'ao sml bos Gun. p1 vileges thus guaranteed to the free- refpe.fu petitions & reionftran- c' mtaries was inseased byl al abu- 'The phbeedings of the executive of
powder, do,. .men of this ftatehave beenmoft wan- a inj...ed a.., fufenit eon e i -ve pub'hicioh iti the Chtihicle, which Gedrgirblaive to Florida; were, iti,
Schests and hlfchest Hystn Tea fela tony violated by a mob i the city of i ut utmt .i branded their regular & peaceliv p-o- sIupposed; preddiated upon thb coni-
S ware's carol Baltiiore, who have triuhiphed bver W ie h utmo.e e.rtio s cetlligs tb obtain ain-itigation of their dent belief ard.assursnci6s, that an act
9 chests cSidney and Growler's cargo) .f a of the laws pu down concert with the friends bf pece ad lirhigs i havioig thbir sou!-ce in a t' congress wild pahs for taking pas.
IlY s onditito S .i i.... .t .. ....ii thel cbmtietrc throughidit the umoni to "principle ,f faction hnd tory-sm ;- session c-f that country. The rejection
11 chests Hyson Skin do.,ttxlanta'*sear.!the civil authority -deftroyed. ote t u .. c ..+ t. ,. '. .
Schet Hyson Skn do.Att car the civil utorty detroed p ure,by fair & conftitutionl means and perhaps the r"ectleetiori ofithee ofthe bill for that purpbsb, has created
22 chests Souchong do. do. ttm he re it he elecion of fiUch mtieti as undefr- powerful excitericnts may furnish both astonisisnent aid cisappoitnt~Oit.
S100 halfchests ." do. do. inhumanly butchered ome o our bet ifand ref;-ct our rights & interest sotme alleviationoiitfa tomentai'y devia- The castle at Augustineis tepreserl ed
102 hampers conta;nini 12l Mack bottles citizens (two df them revolutionalty ,an l..l .. ,(oo.. o tidntlie fath of dtity as a place of great strength, ahd tlit
eh,first quality Olive Oil officers () have invaded and detroyed. w gan e our cou A respectable, fedeifil gtileni.an new go-ernor is continually cnlploved
40 cases Florence Oil, 30 flasks each, vary private dwellings, and commenced a try to thle proud emience st occu- dialled hiou iol. Trurn-cr, and after un- iti eiteiding- and nceaGig hii frti-
4 0o 1- t -monsin fnea fyflem of profeription equalled only dir- the adriitiiftltuio the d P itanding that he was i oot hurt; as- licatioti. s g l ti-
70-oes Carps Oives adAnchoviesn, theblood eign f Rdbcfpierre. I t I tngtorii tthe t td e of h j et ais d LATEST
i ea,"Rcrolvedy ;~irefr the that the gentlemen of the town .would L-AT FO I LArUIRA.
.t20 ca.esi 'dt wine, I dozen e~ah,,sotund erefore n f the fates acco-litoig to the discdrintenane all riot.aid ttiinult, ail kxtrcd'tt (f 'a lier" from a rfespetoab,
and good -- --.- __ Repl. Tht.. ""4 r'Y true fpirit of theconltitutor, it is in- offered to tarry with h:n the night if merchantin Lagui"'d.
t0 shox~ Stpinis .i t attached to the purity j simplicity, and difpe.ihcihate go ern'v-thould le was under any alarr: Political a'airs in this countrylhad
S. kc lo, r nd,.e, i ust .,t excellence, of the conlitution.of th be adiftered p ib ::nd W t totk place the iet da; we come to so alariig a cris. hat th6
i hoiceol a rient: ofr 1'w't nite-States, and of this ftate and tionalprinipes ;that th eed should not havthough worthy ono- srtna of the parnis twi on the
honors. arid op.er Grceries by whoe w ill forever cling to thed as the be nin ~ ~ ;en twice, had not the justice of the couis point of being decided by the force of
eale and ri ., continual leectn bt a -zen rma attached an importance. to.it, that it arms; when a recone'lintion happily
.WlLULIAI1NORRIS,junr. palladm f ou r civil and religious particnlfifate, to difchatg the high, does not observe. While th justices took place, and a treaty of pate con
mnay "O berties. andirfpjdnifible duties of ief nagis- were on their -way to the court house, clhidn4.
'TH1E S.SPIRIT OF "',iE POOK",, 2. Refolved, That as good citizens tratel has a tendency, td agj tbo ~.-it the inhabitants were returning froni a Things will rc-ifrn to tthei itinmer
A Political and Amirtfori ondtnce, We will obey and support all existing ftate an riddi aihd darig ous iiflu- full.totin tettrtg, and a young nian state, just as they wtreC previous to ti.e
froom the 3, r Lon.don Jition. ws, and will etertour beft efforts in ence over the natfbnal -comicils and' thouhtlessly said, hejie is the. man 19th ofA ril, A very stict ibargo
Forsale by E. J. COAL, 1,6 Market st the defence of our common country that in 'the apptoaciug election of o t i-, t I n i ort cen e or-
.,,-uat'irtore.. .,-h. bli'h 1' .. ,ydozier boys as thought .1tly-it iss till in force. 1le'efor
Price One Dollar. .tgamft any foreighi efemy whatever. president, We feelit a foI mnf duty to lssly lappd their hands. Thl gen- ward ,esseli cshing to this quarter
<-T'e r rh'i,- sosesson a Edwars in is'rst neLer ,bnihed ..he people, that the officers thereof magiftracy, o'nhe whofl(hall feel rio i-. find, that cn lbe construed into an in- ty. Business villsoni i'eunun'eits usual
wit "*a nin b'i-title ,',ee ,nd wrill srie -e the agents of the people, and are udlfe in his doffical asiCft, bit the /ve sult' upon the court. It having been course. .Fubile eoi ftience. being re-
to W. I ,s.il. hbook-elt'cr, Vi:-pole-street. all times refpcdrifible to them, and ;' counit'y, and who i ill mw no "uide stated tihat an assenmblige waais.l ected. 'tored, pi'odtetl will 1 e plenftifil.
_' sr.',-ih-ea handsome atuity." '-at a fate of War does notdefiroy or but the Ciflulitutiro.. B for purpose of distui-ane, ; it is pro- A di.p -- ly** .. .. u. perto observe, that hlid.iiiteoitf't bper- Coreenis on taking osrc asion of the
...tQv tAIJ' rminifh the rights of the citizens to 12. Refolvedi That the proceedifigs ed at tbausi~al hoot, thejr1sitif.t would -,iace to det.i,) all vesels. ,>rs siarig .
A CO- XT Y RAI, T. amine the conduct of public rpn, of this mieetingbd signedd by the chair, have passed the struts Ihllc the ii- .-rs of':.very descripti,-n t ein. tsl:eh U
j|Kaodt two rr[iit'ten rti -it,- of l ltieo. d-thc tendency of public measures. rnan and attefted by the fecterary, ani.' abiharits wete ill tow, meeting. aud in the streets. the rlnperndenev and
cn -:ri'ir 23 as es, ia sins.n'i Mr. len 4. Refolveed, That We view as tri se publiflhed- i the different newfpa- of course metbut very 'ewpersons,but. Eleanor ,nt their osbies and un oou
- -on. anadl ip te' ni-. h'or'odof r .s to republican principles, all who .er. in the union. y beiig an hour latter thoae conmnon under the fire of ts forth-a Fr .ng-;,
R.- e ,*.nrt -. l ., i ,pensivco.r .allattemptin any wife to dleftroy or LEVIN WINDER, Chairman, theopwlee jst rbturying from thr n ct wcooncr, and ,vsnl otbr.n tin-c--
-.o a ^u,, asd -o.d, and the situatit, '-ridge the freedom of the profs, the Tefc, .. ing. The court "went on with theih .aufed ou~-side l"rJi:.,h fiir I t
.-athy MU, s th.,t-., .erty of debate, and the ontflitiution- GEORGE HIANDY Sec'ry. 'ounctions" without diiturhee., or a j profit of fen ior-:.vo' in gcin- .tt



--'= ,,vnoensua S<^tlde, .o 0tn.de ui,^t^e. lito e s .i *- We p"t '-" ,A Th,:t woq: W i wl. at1
were injured bvth n.r. nteverde hr ,e. powv r- 1 hIf tr a. ee. ,ot p'r vtti .,r ,hve eil o rt-mt ne e a. < e .i. a, nd e occasion, e:c t
theg eneralco nm mad ngthcar nv iro ,, order w ,i.alever nat o1r .iharact ,r, 3, m for i t. '- ve een'tl.e outiih .. e/ thh a ci..e e .. r s to t m t of t
o obtaiied ppsei nl by a. sere' -hould comehere, w s si regar d the' ar a spelh dish, ush id for eho en e sus!t b' v1ihta and u d aiaite ,. In t.20-ence oi the iibrty
treaty of the pvnce of Veneuela. s enemies. io pressure, domestic o;, :.o pr ite matter, i.nd,delivered in a '.P.. eve.y ca amity; spc. n p.l the pre.-, and in :.e'l
and entered Lagiiira with about o5. iore'gn, shall ever compel us to coA. ye. of peculiar l0oqnenle. Mr. Well. *'iviensto the common r.eI-.e,,tt o tc flr.vs and magi tratcs for thc :c-
ncn on the 31st J.lyv. Miranda ha >cat oca interest with rh-os of t% -ore than ouee made a strongg ar.pca! ,fesre wr, common see wou .e tion of ortie,, ua d the prteretwi
'ving istribut'el the troops in ditffeer tiouse of Coirsica; 4rto yoke ourselve. a the people oh'heir r;gl t to canvas, f'Ve dictateel to men f an ordic:a all or fl\v-owcitizens agflnst vi.-
and distant directions, under pre'enuea to the triumphll car of the conqueror he n ti Cb ovnermlent wfitout- .' '.- to restore the revene., r .:nce and opp:r'es-n.
of quelling insurrections said to hhvie n the tyr.,t of conticutal Eu-. r.ad, tnd be, conime4r them rter to Acnish the ,ast. pnvrmit onre' eiti R. ed, Tiat tie spir tel ,lr -.
been raised by the blacks. irant ope. and on it, twithlifeitself: or this eps to bhi.g hone the wealth wnhi, .-t condthe cf.tl. mnovr ,nd o:,e,
was seizedin hished on the 30th Juy!. .-i forminrig his 'itsolutioti,wehave puirI)ose,,;e ieelared,they should guard '; the course ofa ,ltertive eomewbIv 1 n-21s,"'tes of' ris pity in .uportin
by order of the commandant, and sen. not becu thogimtless oof possible conse u rth' sleep, pteviginee the sacred free- he bhv- scatted ahb,,d; fill the mi he. j,,t righ of hc pt oie an pre-
4o Cara ecas with m ntry other ofei er.t quence W e have sghed them.-r .fo e o ft'epress&o sp eeehunawedbv l tit a'sVs and 1-ze i e.ntt !, v;.y s c1 ". tu ,,..it 1-
of distinction, to await his trial. M.)I We have rolected on the measuree: the threats ormen in the power or te bo ail,buildandequip a ,tspec.table diso'er, is in, i:oelt'hilly er-orj-
teverde has established I a tribunal tc- which an adherence to this lleselution; ,v.'. aiteks of a ruffian mob. Ia, ilect. ouS, nd *ntitles them to appro b i
investigate Aherican property"' .aigit hcrciter occasion. We have ;ng i lis address, amid loud Re.sol'ep, Tlsat a ealbi revtiw of the itd halks froen all tleI fril'nds 6f .i-
S' .onsideredthe events which inmy grow *huzzas of aJliuse he said tfhpl 'te conduct whidc has been nursed,. and bertv, Peace andeonner.ce."
Fom 'he New--Fo'r!Coh'bidnt. ut 1of it. In the. full nd undisguised ener1l committee. ,ving tlom',tjt in which is so utteriv irreeorwiable to Ailer this, Il, r Hoffm.an i.res
The ArmisticO, we ude stand, is Ieow of these coneequeuceswe have this alarming'e isis'of or public af- the maxims of eo'nmon puIen:ee: so few wor s o the mee. :ngT '
confirmed by yesterday'e'sicam-bo'at,, Iormed this our resolution, and we at- ?airs. that the wisdom and ta'enls of little.iommended by any facts which te coiventiopore the irst
'iubje- to the aTprobationor refusal of rnex to you, sr, and to the world, that the first men in the couprv should be. have hei exhibited to the public viw of resolutions and the ehieai n'in r'.-,
the President, d conned t6 Lower i s deep, mixed and unchangeable." eon ed, had dtnre so : thatt tlesegen-, and fthl to ti e ea-est i s t e following, ~ncs of gientkcrencho
(oaiae, with, a'provision t or o -ur da tTmen had "et and the result was a this'counf'v, leaves ro room t, doubt had'beenaTreecd on.
notice of' the recommencement of hos- Arnied veMts tut ilj r -Acasta, set ofresoldiattswhich he 'onuld :.ow of the alarming consequerees to w,'hich gh, ; Bean,
utilities, in case the arrangement is dis- 40 guns, capt.ai Kerr ; ItiIgduve, 18, ubmit to their consi'rafton. 1. t eads. 1.,oTas ,
eed toby theexeutie.-This viwcat. aver; luter ad Chub, schs. should,howterr.firstpuielyannoonneo That we are irrefisttbly drawn to ,orln U. Cole.-
f the annistice leaves (en. Hull at The Spartan, and Maidstone. frigates their nimes, and it would he .een they te conclusion, that the. Ameri lib-erty to purue6 his operations on Up. are making havou-aunv, the pniva- formtela sn!enlil constellation wlic) ple will, tnder the name andi orii of ; '*j,
erCanada. teers, &c. o thie coast. ThY did honor to their native lan and an alliance be subrmitlcd to the will & Corg c,
have also aen scralt g vessels, wIee an ornnnt to t)le age e. live power ofthe French Erimperr. f 1;.,';d Y r/c ,
Nv .Yo, Aug. 1' the crews o( which.the y have .sent in; tHPi.en tavhetinmes o.Jon i :Tlhat in this View of the su~ject. th;te ?ihar7r:r.,
Ie*ters have leen received at New- home. Amiing oti l.rtaptmues is the Ai. Rufis Kin-Od6verneur Mor"o qcesticn of peace or war, involves allP .' ,I ?c.'.H,,,
" ?orf1-t. _s Cfic v-s--luod the.- atiU. Vieree, trom asipo t for Bos.- Rihard flario, F,.,-rt Pnsor; ',Ia-. d titriideear atuald v lnaiheto .mrn on t; .Yntcrwu'n,
f-'ic-it Prese;den, dated th 19th July, toon with,paasengerfiti,-i4OaLu theyw 'rl.,---n .t-fPr~-,. .-,rilc---'-* s-ide cLi grave: We areli..- .mA:.r- Pahert 'hT ru
wlih' st that th.-, i eican s u,.l --- o thi Eaalith or priva- s. t.,e -, ti,*. r, ,. t,0o.. t e r,,,S, u0deenr the dir'e i,,-ce'' in of declaring, -In'meeting 1 en adjoirne ami.t
o'. ,de1'r commodore Rogers, had ta- teer-'n'...u wore killed in the. attacks on rea the ,follo.winz- iResolutions, which I that we have no confidence.in tte men appltses,, *attn,--. and marl: of .a-
L-en anid destroyed oneahuMndrd.4- siaty the piateer.. Three of tie Lrutiih '.re received-with acIamnations.: who h ve brought us to this perilous ti5fation, fd a ba cmc-.g l.ultation
"l o ritiash merchantn-r .,aintat wVere Tu-I,)ded. The little was u.e',s RJcsovred. That tha leepitimam o ,o condition. WIe do not, because we from every qua.rter.
shortiv after leaving Ne.v-York te ed by th. tfrigats to bring horre the et of aoV emenet is thi e phhlic oof, cnnot, e.aminine theteauses of that s-ii a
se 'A.et(ofBgeretr'neiidtist't, titii o, c' ot, ie the. 't' a es of tt. o
Horv4t ha.--a brush with a Bitlsh fri- iNarbichead fishermen ; she let thorn to promote uliai its powers ought to iRement, the mischievous efeets. of
gate, supposed to have been the L1 vi- thcSth inst. oi? Little Harbor; where 'bex ercIted. which we so deeply feel and so serious- NvW-YORK, August IP.
.a. 'izhe odicers and ere.v of th.e they saw tiun cfptui-e a topsail scl:r. 'hat a free people have a right to ly apprehended. But called upon b>y an A ,, p M ,GLA.
aqr.udro were in excellent health -nfl 'he Iei,'y, Kieriyn.an, from Boton form an opinion of theao nduct of those *imperious senmseofdutyy, we declare ourin 't-o or a n,-p"
S.its--{ ..1 with" fur had also been captured by entrusted with authority, and to ex- sentiments : we ent-eat our fellow cit- hle ship Fannv, Jnnings, has-arr-
*'rhe P Tesidet of -the. United State the British boats. The 1Ladison pri- press that.opion.. ens to declare thers. e t iin)plo' ved at 'Ye-v.'-Lon.on from Grccroek,
has roti.ed the armistice for 60 days, vateer of Polland, was at Mount De- 'TI1at ou, r national constitution is ant theri'to lay aside party distinctions, which port she leC.t onthe l]rth oftJuly.
entered into between Gen. Dearborn sert. assoei-ation of the states for their joint to iih 'ary :feel.,. to unite. .In We hve' seen a letter receive by
and the Goveinorof Lcwer Canada. The ship Amad.a, which was tea-en I nd several advantage. unton is fore---mn free. safety. If ite theFanny, dated at GCeenock the i2t
apo some time since, from Bordeaux, and q That ex-ercisinc the powers of that shall be found that wtnajority is dispo- of July, which states, that inte lgeli.se
fro1?, .'. Nrt rVi m g. condeit ned, sailed a few days before association t) the er sat and manifest sed to war, he it so we must slimit. had just revealed there. aounWll-n
G&. itiL LRLP.L.E.,. with a cargo oflour, for Lisbon. Flour injury of its memberr is a breach of If, as we firmly believe, a rcat'mrao- thaLt the Ame(rican gov'-e.nmcrt hand
We have seen -a tXtloini from at alihiaxwas 17 and rrie i. 'tru.o rityofthe State be ardetl'y desirous passed a law, for isidgt Letter? .
Tontrel,. who lt-e tfl't place on the Te ittae l S. brigNautilis hSsbcen Tit to adotrulcs ofrproeondinby of Peace, let thlatTact be estblishcd- Marque and Rprisll against Great
7th in"t. who states that the oft'*ial a- manned from the ships ot' the Briitih wich the people are deprived of'the Aidt totti's endwe pr'opoae Britain, ard that- IR..AN CE had PE-
conrst ofth6 rebulse of Gov. Hull from stiuadro, and itake' one eltheSm. power of expressing their sctifments Iatfrepireserith4tivbe chosen in the CLAiRED WAr agai"t IUSSIA.
before Fort A3.e.n hsad been puhlish- -- through their representatves, is a vio- s'iveral counties-diret men, the Ship MAgdale, S kdehley,which a-
Ac ih an extta 'seit.at t!e. former o LATE to... PO TImjGALr. 'lition -wf the first principles of repre- friends ofi peace. T'iee representa-l rived at this portt ,yesteday fi-ors Li-
p]e, w.vhich was coiitaisnaic in a letter !-'' ,.owtie Poostscrip, tqoi/'a ,th, W' 'n +,esentavt. tives can correspond or confer with verpoo!, sailed 6th-eh July, and train, s
*froltol. .t. v'acr ,e,( hewrtaimn-o' t rt ivd bla a g .e, > c- .. s,,ri.ed. Thaf the p'oseritv of this each f itei, ctid co-cperate vith the London papers the 4th.
at ; nlde, :to the rnmn; i'd tja, 12 o'ci,,ck, 27ih state whieh underr the protection ofdi- fiends of peace in cur sister states, in Frdm t .he.: :1' . that Cov. Iull ha.I been itelld to <'J",. vine prov-ideree has advanced with un- devising and .pursuing such conrstit- comprise the whole of whatever is
retkee his teps, hv rea:m ig o the "l'he Aasta irigate arrived sst eomon rapidity.is pricip.1l v derived tional measures s may secure onr Ii;- worth presenting tootur readers it vwi
Ait4dican sidt of thie Dtroit rer. *ight in 19 davs 'nm Lisbon; the from azricultire arld'enm&eree. lepende.ce and preserve our Union'-; be secn that no event of po'ltieal con-
_._ French w : ciletely sur'Omded Thiatthe interest of these two rea-en both of which areendangered Ly the sequemer had cecurrmd si;te the dite
r-nes g. 10. y the combined arim. .ord.Welin- sources of national wealthand'poer is present war." of orl f, cr advices,
The ro--as hn'ited frm-n the ttans- tn declare-d ls de't-,imniatih to be in inseperalie.o Wherefore the, w.rlateIy After they we~ read, Mr. 1TavlJ i. -A- essh k'i t y the 3 'cdaler ad
Coit VIs "noenily'. Thiey n' a rye, i- i .alaiafi1ii, in 10 ut s. iariin:oi,t hu'. declared hein.- deshtretire to tl.e-'e1', Ogden stopped f',rward With 1 p:;pe: pr-oct-re ^>e,.t of Ihe fi.'.t ,ep'hitatiorn, and co- ade u 'I, tmind .cut hi way t]ro .annot bhut pair the other. In his hanld. which ic said etau T!he H:iiish cl:ol.rcnr A rrow vwen.
a C e ..1,,t,.ltai a1 CII
-is$t of abot 1tOG ,,. i e. .-.,>eu :rL:e-. Atlurs a';e:.r 'T!ha- theoudLtirn of N ew Verk r-,- omne suppleinntary ,es,.luitions for out of the iarbo,.:r o Piymo..t{ ,bt
.;hai c,"vCGa ...n. verean-! a s e',gin.ug tl the. u- )noseher itzen is m 'e th n those : L.eir consideration, lt w) ich he felt .'t :e, fcr e 1 -' e: t ca. t C rvri ng .i
ehar been.?, .,i.t h a g nth-.- ul ..h r ,tales ,hle injiriesi esultimn t his t *to ,,re".ee v -it h: .ew re- ; "t-elesr, t. te I' n Ite aCs,
~n w~ith i f+ =-r -- .-------- .- _-. ..... .. ...... -- _.-. .> o. ". .,-_^ LiL.LJ i.,',' r .1, &s .:ches fc Y, r. I o~ er.
S k7f::.u s .-y7, 18'. 'T ...:.'T .;'1,1 ... '1 .1'i pt ealkM;tes rtt aPic-mnkitd, .is. '!"n and transmtted't!rough the .-'r- All tIle letters rrom Ccttch'C'cT orn -
C "' T N, h'll'!;d Hlit;',>amountinmwn the white when waeid without in-' caue, -nin '0 In-nistration presses, that war being cur in s"tatinc that the best under-stand-
A r-eed np oin.be;t.i, l tCps m'rli too t, requri-d to l"e e-ut Irul, Aat.i- suit, to t! dviine malesty'. That i'll now declared, there must be an end of in' sub.oisthe, eutleSe ;iS h ;f
o s, com n s ,,,I. t. k ".,1g;t. to P[.ci'lornm dai ,y dertaen, however ijstierewr. wii,- m11 further oppose tio and ndiseu.sion ; British governments. Two F.oglishi
hj"estyI'sf (rees, mi'.. *' i llt .'fi ',e. ,ki.,m'.r. t.., t probability ? snecess, it is an act We had nothing to do T t stubthit. lie vesseIl.direetfVrom this co..nr',, .,tt en/
.ie-utent ank, con..andi i1 eu aidd pI S .. SrE- ofextremeinprudene. then in a a style of animation, which te'ed, (;otth.nburh hmiler, and we
frc.s uf the Uute State,, t e e. Tt oimie e nduid of'the harbor Ti'hat'where the injuni- 1t rost re- lie always has at conimand, w'ent ,n to tdi-scargingi their cargoes. On the-
"ether-. in ,id <-..y of Anmiaplis will tk.il'to tihe su.t is -'rret .and manieos.t, while tihe expose he danger, falsity and absirdi- tier hand Swedish cruisers comt'nue
A1. T 'V.n o ',. ,, !ot Af e uhneCo l- S.nMA.,, is sounds 'Co!. object to hb''secured is cf trividl coin- ty ofihlis doctrine oftri ssiveoofediesnc to captidre every French privateetl ea'
1. The' ,-ort m er .1klna t times leaU of the resguhir army shall dep~,t parative, importance, the ititoert of, and non-ristance. What? he a;ekhe fal! di wih ini the altic. 'Six vess-~cA
telb;2'ly fr een. e. to '.rih f.or tm, headl quarters of the noi'thirn lnatinfougit'not to be hazarded : ti s is the least important public law liable of this description iecentlv fell to
fo-ces. G(rantdcl. ; ai'zy: less fi* the gratihietiton oi'personal to be *esamixmctd and censured, and their, hands in the course if thtpe-
i2. The prison l-ha maroth ou rl tores'renenl.tints. --hill we be prohibited to canvefis so s'ent week, some of which hac-'iJ
the hior o(N .war, lay d..)n ti. e Ia.at:ai'c, f'N.C.) 'Aigy.'7. That the-war hitely declared -v a important a law assoneinvolving thec ifroi Dantzie, ethers from Qpe -
arms. and become pr.iso vrrs, L war, and It'will afford the public smi< erxpee- lei der-majoriity6feong res is unwise. country in the wNorst of human ealamii-' en. Notwithstanding. t.he acts o
st.all be sent to the United State, station o hat may be the result oi the 'That tiheeircumstances uider whil tes ? And vet to .o stohas been brand- hostility, te general opinn appears
Am1ri;a by -fis ritn:nic, il.ie"t.y ; election which takes place thrmwhciut t w's decired were unfavnuralle. dbvythe partisans of the reigning ad- to be, that Bernadotte vr not issue a
not to sarv/ during, t n p r sent wa he -State on i hursdav aind -Friday 'hitthe con-equences toe which it "ministration as tre-son. Biut for his formal dccln-ation of 'war' against
util u ly andt or the n ext. when teev tee that out of six leads are slarming. part, he solemnly declared, that r-t so France, unless a lituyra subsidy is
Spe-ortne o his article, the n -ers from i',ramvile und Edge- 'fahtitis rnwise, heeruse ift nsue to c invass themt-, tand not to oppose granted Limip by tM British govern-
ficrs pledge their word of honCr.- Ombe, wo'o.f tbe most democrsittic c. sfu. e oe.hjcts for whichhe it is wa- tche I when they were tlought ;-ong, ment.
an'd. counties only r.on c n:ember (J. W. vdi w'vatever they may be, maluy pro f- all lawful means, so asto bring thrne The following observations rpcn the
All the ,rn-chan't ve-sels in tI Clarhe) has been re-elected, vwho vuti:d lUahvbe abhaidoned. I into contemptand procure their repeal policy of aft'rding sucl, alsistanie, are
harbo w "ith ,.ir cargoes, -snhall ie i forth eletor.al law last session. That the more importait those oh- would be treason against the majesty extracted frim a letter of the lIth in-
ros, 'si of th-ir respective others. ects are, the more un n ie tmust ne a of the people and the liberties of the tan-t.
Granted ------ 'm"a wt' hraily puts them to the haz- cotuitry. Gottenl:rz June 11..
4. Private Iptopcrty- sh.i. c l h'd ; E OF E I K IHarvig concluded a short but imas- Bernadotte has got both our army
saere- tGrant i'. IV 0I -'' i ,NEW,7-YoBK "r.' ,
acre. ra tates atfit he cont..nplated to eatab- terly sppech, in a style an:1 manner, and navy upon a good footing and .
.5. All itizeo > p. &ta S.. -e lish 'n:.ftiral ii t,1 it 6ugl.t t o have 'prcisely suitedtosuch an occasion and theirwants arenow properly attended
of Aincrica, who shall not tl.e the From the Iz"e- iork Ereiing Post ben considered thitose"right, th', s"tchan assembly, he read thefollowing to; but are so poor lhat without as-
oath of llpiant -to hIs- ,ritarnic na- of the 8th ist. violatedd elid not white ntantly resolutions, which 'were received wi;h distance we c pno.t rsnd a man out o
jesty, rha depart with tei property M ING OF TIIl FRFIJ'lTNS "OFr nlaimned ibAitonsidered se abandoned the warmest tpprobnation and applause the country. If attacked in it, do not
fro the iaand in one month trolm the LlIsUTY, fEACEAND COAI- "whereas ifatheendof an'unsacessfu: that made tthe-etin ring. fear but Swe'een will defend herself;
-late ereo. Granted. '11ERC.E. ar, tieniat'n shouldrelinquish thnem. Reso'ed, That the outrages and and she wants no pay for this object ;
m-c;ined-. r This diy at 12 o'clock pTIurs3nat t for the' sakeof peace, they will he an 'crimes lately perpetrated in several but I ask you, cf what use to Russia
I- A RHA. L OERTi otince, a meetingof or fellow citizens -nihilated ; o at least depend on the is- -places, and pai'ticularlv in Savannah and England would the neutralitv of
on....n.dian g. his ;i:inn ..i Majes- ,ofthis description was held at Wash- s.-T o'.'-:'hr .lm..i.'y contest. and Baltimore, by furious a.nd wicked Sweden be ? Psrinadotte, ith 30,C0'0
ty s forces.. ington ill,' and the street in front 6f t That dueinttentio to his importta-nt vof ,"hwttresisaeo aetroy l',i, -- .well a-rffnis wedes, in ght create
.(....,) HA;n. t--il gc-- ever, in te animals consti'le. ~.- weh led- w.e tty ofthepress, are a subject of corn- a woerful diversion in the reur of
oimmuand(.ng-ti,-eae of th.e .. this ci,- was ,h a r. lr.' witness- ^satesnn M weigh'rwi'h anxious soli- man concern; disgrace a free people, the 'French army, now on the frontiers
tacsofAr.'er... fe<,.for~ ts respecta.llitv a-nd numbers.- citude.pr e'itieircumstAlice andare .regarded by this meeting vwitla of Russia. You may believe it or not,
r -His i,,:. 'm" a.iyvs I,."fe.- con- (ientl~',en oft' eerv firststantdinpin 'in 0 r-id |a.. been diftn'lt to "detestation and horror. but our Prinee is liked in Germany,
i e -I 40u'egoas ftheto -vetean .oiety lre, tOeCtheritmayfron i l t a.inent moreI unfavorable fori ''Ihat the violated laws and constitu- and particularly in Ienover. The
att;.lion ; 2t C(anac-i.ans mtl the'r iie viu'init-, amonu Whotoi wre reflo. s mearlect pnst pnrtatniousr Tf'Urniti tion" of our country, the cause of hurma- views of Rus.yia are innnison with hiss;
-: ., or' en ploy-emrs; 'i-O Indians .i;n.Col'. Platt, and Yr. C.I. I.Bogart, mdnesu'e.s^ ^prepat : 'the e nu ltyand every principle cf liberty and and she has offered to place L0,0Ca
--S*coun Vhltmorins. P-'ans. Chippe- Bheted, thn'mselvcs at tlie flall and empnHv' 'oiny ai-ticles of priryun- IptIiotrnm aryyaoud for the -ue pun- u r.cn at his disposl. An army of
w Joeph's, tr"'s &c.- er seen ,i" on tl- most zealous iid portance oinittedto be proeunred in sea- Whment not orly of the eruelwrctche.u 50,000 mtn. nderhis command, right
Arlneroy two r pounders, cr- ani,,ated ofthe.a ence. m ad .t n to be purchase who exdet, but also ad mere espe do great thigs, and would you may
,ar'l:ed t t. Jose"ph's Da b.o trd the Col. Fish being'appointe Chai.m.i, ",lehof thi funds .ofvth ,'m'etati'e cial.y qf to.se ir (eri-er stations. rely on it, make Naroeon trenmble.--
aolesmiaa, NdV ',w-oany s hip ; 10 "nd ..SamneI '".ovd E... Secr'tr., citizens intie lands ofthose convmc-t- z/o uay*ite vlanied aud couitenat. The general opinion here is, that if .e.
t't--u_, .n. ..noci John Wels s. peied- the. neetin ed bv the tIm essitoenmieS; pro- t uoctes b erred to. had 100,000 pare muskets with him.
he Am,-.ri'.n ., ,son ronnwistpd of in a s"eech of oloentaTr ten hour. In pcrt to vim t amount afloat on m ver That, however re>nctatly we ma- he would very soeon.get that number cf'
3 reati.'s. and 2 vessels in the arbor ,t,is ,
ham n bad 1 e--in all 110., the il]-ndvi-ed ae',li'tstronis'n .ures .ux.nt ..oir.al e.rictions, mn. attending these procee.ding, the in at (We ofthe Com,tteprsfris. Coun.
Af the cauainto Aeri'an of anadneinrati-ontwhic'h ladirnel- now l," fewana-desto'eved : Theati- tentlin of go cement to there st cjor 'Trae, i;f'Ait/,et.
vessels :rri-ed, laen wvItlh',0 packs led te country ford from one hao on against rhu te war is d.eclai.ed. ence and progress, the l.basepologis ne 27
-f fi'rs, -il be-a"" izs to I"s "a- step to .ot.ther, ,r.til at I.gth they co.np .toi .me, and possessed cfr.. f them that have em n Iubhrd in S.r-I am directed t the I.orIs on-
jesty's forecC. .d invol1eld it in an -unjust anr.d ca- 'pieue.ra. to protectherself and a.nnoy the papers patrom.ized by the do cin tI,-, e mrnittseof C'o.'i ;oS Trade. ti
"..' lamitcous:ar,"'aithodt 'tle]eastitrepa- -,'; 'em ..temiress .. othe -.cea. ttation, and the previoi.s trats ;r cq l.tyttheifrtionofth
Fsra'nv'r am. .ramtme n thmnel.trati'ntnmrettuchoam m sntonei event i n in eaceityv y w e umary 0 e iont s tIa tl't h -ve been v.''.ti.d cittk'n:,,n in the Bruzirtrade, that en
'Onthehubwe-t ot'sys French tnexen, enthw. cltse or nmore remote.- ar.d discussed the three cau""s 't,'-v'ar h 'l- -,;oa.i.,pari.w' -.f .th coniditie. -onr'ess, all con.Jpire to shmv *.e t:- ioned by ti.e o!,ler-s in cac'.nel of th:
we e ni.de n ar m n. ds. W- e te'-e et toth, which he disposed ci .in which the two .itines stood n t i itce of a..,elie'at- and *-,p hi : Ah. tin t, r.-akto a -e-t-., c'-
iei'no e-;en', as'mst in un:tig ';vt n at ility tl.at gve- entire satik i'monmnt of that s*l'ratitn, en'! vstemn, fi'. -the uuyp'e-sion of he epuic fAmeris, h the 7i action, and convince, cory Lea r.u-i hicht tl.y .o. 'and. is Cile s.t o rnoaint on the,,i of t 2th of t, h'Ap so ***. '
",t De.p;tsm.of i Vrac.e. c will tih-t i verasa wv.rwae- ao' c.t.'d ,,nt t..'itor e,. iat iakn, i, o n. bai the rui'' nte war tto v''. ,,r" Li.i.w re.: :--:, that t,'..

de'.u f~ ftri'~,dol s.hal' n. .'?.^er ;e --_--...- ..... -.
tel'udid ri t!iht ieen*'s peri'ittint tEOfR G1T OWN:
ds to be c.grted x rQ- lliiQi.kinm c -"
.<..mintoiAme,h des,ad;hvll t o U '
I am, siiP, MODiD1 JUGU4l ; 2V1.
Y', V mst obd't humnbhl ?'w '1 -

itiU'A) ThIAe In. telli-enci'' ofSi, tdi /.t .n.
.An, t 'y p.e wh The th" '. ,0y
eoxp- ol-%y. ilie ;'CO(., ron 'noedge- thi receipt ottli procel-
Culosta.ttinupl) tv w:'yv of Malta as. ,,: of two difr'Int tic'Lti- 0i .the
.-I'rt thiwt It 13ha1.5 ,. ',: i" clu'!- .oeophi' iti "Mdaryland. but re"uses to
ced. Olue orthte i L-.- ii ;i td l .
have be, received by t lNtr. t:c:- pubih them .; bceagub. th~i,-r ciiii
AVl'assador lva tnis couditry. "deihgntiiitiunr against tbh executive
Oa Saturday, at 1e.ed'i Marketl a of MarylaMid, and th e'nral pupa-
greater qwsnttity 0o cloti was purehis tifi f BWiltimore," whieh tue elitor
e.J. than L4s been known t J hW',- been
bought in one day at any tj nr pc- "considers unfounded andtheirloreun-
riod. At Liverpool one and a half ail- just." T!isis id nothing more nor less
lions of yards of bounty good have than ah implicit concession, tlat the
Ie'en shipped within to l-ast week aeatiments of the people of Mailand,
worcl 1 '.o,JJj1 and it is said that two I1 7
and a half millions. of yards mou:e ari on an occasion which enifieiitly.de-.
in progress of emibarkation. Within mands party feelings it' be laid aside,
the same interval of a week, 12,000!. are not to ubtain publicity, eitiier in.
convoy duty, at fourper cent. lhas be atimore
pid indicating other shipments to t altimbre, whee t,., at VMeie
amount ot'300,003!. At the same port n1aintain an unditturbaed sway, or yet
wearealso informed, that the waes in the pane' of the goveriitheiet, bd-.
fr' the Lancashire manufacturers hlidj causeits editor deliberately c huss to
been raised Is. per cent. or about 2. I take side with to,,s, w, ee it in that
3d. a weet'.. tak side With tliscwlholepitintliat
yv a return made to thle b< u ~t a.dfn 'stat'te. ere weh.ievea speci-:
eontlioniS, it anppiy Shrt iitln. meii of hat i; caatinl cAlled "*ip-:
,f Enrh somrs i thui ~ onttry i~s, ,.,0, _,;;"andl h.avow-
-2, July I. al must prove equally as injurious, to
'Ilhtehllince has been received of the those( for wh,,,-; beni.it it is intended,
Failing oFtlhe Swedish feet from Carl-, as if the mst notorious codtrac-tors,
-'erona. It consists o f eihlit sal Of their 1 c "- .
o holders of public monies unaccounted,
line, afld two frigates, and i oud o.e o ulc mooes to'acoue"
the (G-alph of Finland. for,' and those hi6c receive sine cure
The immediate cotimner.cemen' of, salaries and cuioloahtnts fromadminis-
'ao.itilitie is iexpectelt according tn let-I t.ration, should i tak it iht their heads
W. frnMum .'el of tile l6t.l- Some u t >' ula I *o nI l S
,i the Fi2rh> light cavalhy had been to conjure up a public iriceting in order
iA the vicinity o; that town on a recon- to condemn the tallait .iarty, who de-
nOisaincw, nadt had a.Rain retired. A voted their lives to, their county inT
eorjof tr.ossac Shadalso ee with- ahrles street, becausti they at'e ob.
S.aW a mile -of, Memel, for a similar pmn-.-
pooe p noxious to the palace; to applaud tHl.
1 Je oft M I.oiay night, a mei,;rn:rr, .war, nd tho purity and patriotism
wP-, s',t from nl SanC1tar o!' 3:itte a wiich dictated it; to ascribe firminess
0,i,'.:e, withi ISPATCHIfS 4fo Ar. .

4tiCIA aAtaltt 0l 3ri 'C.l 'la wi.u -aec
:amtupdd i. 8 gy.ernniLnr, and to furtni
4we iiuiliii.Tai-ecrientar tv the di 'u*,cr
of their ringleadersirparts tO it au in-,
'olible saLtion. .
Any confilAeirrnt poi Iu; i phrii>
ious anid iifuirm"-/ (cutuent woul,.
Am v9i. It. trik-s with the force u.
eonvictiuti by itis mcmee repititL.i, afnd
n..rin.' ia total uint.iAte, fo' the sta-
:iotliu lIold, .1. the h.u Vi of n0tiaghaBi-
1i6o~s Sittte, nii% ie ri'e- hts notthae
ies en.giiva flie liharts itspeo-
ple, be.;cmi-e ltld'y are distinctly ani>"
pre-i.ely consigned t J6 charter for
tlie guiJahce -and rc-'Iraiiit of theit rI-
ler .; ': .

: The Mar'ct:H1jiji Resolutions ad-
mit of reputationn by a very app6sit6
applicatiot,' f ih it is cillel thbe ar tt-
m,*Itrn, ad hkomitmum.
They denv:'that on any oecasi6n of
turiaultthose who may call thimniseilves,
'the virtuous in,1 the brave of society,'
nia. take updfi'thenslcs to act inide-
pendently of the ,-1il authority, and to
aiu5iLe..LI(e pc"rterat the;r own will of'
pr6teethlg br..al ri'.l,ts. -
Query-What wdoid have becomiie
of a ceitain wbrthly ember of the
Coniniittee who diaftedd the Resolu-
tions, when he wai prostrated and cru-
elly beaten ii the streets of George-
town by the unjust violence 6f d .man
of supeidir strength, ihd not "the vi-il
tuous <he brave of society taken up-
on thenlselv's to att ind'ipanThietly of
tho civil aihthority" ? Perhaps these
resol1utins woltd iiot, in sicli cass,
have existed to countenn.cc slavish
submission to bi'utish vioknce, and ii-
culcate a doctrine which would have
cost hitl his life.

tofr.ary oeicc. anid'privatc and public
; rtue endepared him t all who had at
,iJi)rtunity ofknowin lhiin;-T. 1,: .-

iSOLVE, Tlhat we hold ii th(
.reit.est a'b ri'tence, fntt only the ii
*tizt. f ri-pnd piroioters of the moel.
.y w'i.'; t:..e mn ti'h'al!owed and ho'
ri ble 'nori ities halve beeu perpetrated,
butt ikewtsv; eftosc;' tl-dioIghwhose, en.
nivanceixnpatlh r lihr,',,-'h of [*ii..liht.
ho noU, thr.-1 dtruct ve outrage, v.Crc
RzsotlvEp, That 8ie epect ftin the
next houseol' delegates, as the immiedi-
ate guardian of our privilege., a. tho-
rou.1ih ino.:ti i-lon of th.6se di*graPe-
ful ai hlarrniig ocLiirelces, t i, their
high authority mfiay be fitrly arid per-
severingly exerted to restord the repu-
tatidn.of thd civil community und6e
their cha igc, b bri-ngingg to juistieb in a
fit arid contitutiorial aiiianlr all insti-
gaf'dft and accessaiies; by making
suitable provision against any futuir-
ovbrthr'idw f tieh lawI ; and by tetend-
ing toi the injured partieC such c6unht&
nance ain,i sipp;.irt, as may be a mrn.i-
mernt of'tlhe fia'iTratmo-Consi d.ira-
tidfi 6 tth state for thc.e wl-ijuhi
been acrificed,
Rft sd a.vn, Thiat rwe remiest the de-
legates from this county to make ap-
plicatio to the next Gene'al Assenm-
bly, for the grant of a lot of public
ground,i .Rockvilh),tobe vested in irtis-
tees forever, for the lpurpsie of erect-
ing a Monumient to the ie'munry oft'ur
late beloved fiel.a.v-citizcnin G ri.ril
JA.MES M. LINGAN; as a memindial
of hia virtue, of his serviite iii the
glorious war of dra' resolution, and par-
ticularly cif thA last chiaracteristic'act of
his lifei, whilh lIh--blv devoted in nro-

Foster at Jeiw-York. ,.'.,tucrday anon .-- ,-ilnt Ui-uL.ednSti .to 1 1110..a..a- a ant rh-4"i..e. A val, it
th.e, mn.-.'n; r left town with tfu lr' worthiesfrorniwhomr they live and de- Ti' a'u,. Ait. 1812. ts .the.sa.crel ri'gt of the peop! v il lidn4 dwawithlnerwasa:;rime rw',
-, ,the. Il il,-t aie.' to be forward fivetheir brief importance, or to get My r Friend, toea f'ee press, and eiididivoriiig tr- olit iand mcr b. h.tit.S nexc. he
b-y t. Ii rehivehnrviolht th tiethtstofiperiot, ,en .iepii o,l lb the iiiie "V'ihll n in l-
1 m mn if r-n 't. Pc n-.q- .up'"ny other neat little scheme for I have received the Federal RepI.b- .olove rit violate t.ihe ri'ts iriit r t ivrAtil li nan'oh ;v
cu-.hi thatt..er I~e 51bof. Jui the 'pp':tin the government." *ibi, il.ied fronm ou' house the day -p tir. i -iw.f t" k.is
-e.ttr-altty f. theR.sicn. govnmerntc --. p'ret ."ngth .iisacre, a.dthe pd- Ro-io't, Thlt ite b re.ommnn d g. i .. in. ~ fi e.
rder for. tpinhgthe.R Lrsi ports to earoe plbic, ad f idil eo.m-e wol tto ero--a i,' :-,ui. ;
Slie fBriti ctaharrod h to eseculion. t nd ;iarm which has been exprcsed ini ;niouni g what was iear ti.t iy .tv ie e' iiun.. *.-* h r wenin- R r.
"Fifteen ships in ali. ;J)i4 arrive a' !arynd nd in othiier important sec- "iart-tlie ceirtin .eesctpe and .afetyo yo' the ipaow f tiity his; fJi -. ve On 46 .,,... *I -asion, ;t nae
Cronstadt fon Egtarnd & ,wre wee :ios o" th, u Wtn, and by good men fIr. Ianiso. You wHi- knoWt where' to .,erable li i ..-.Ize e01e;. J4-v
rceived. Others ha'd arrived it R* civ. !el. Air ', evi, eTsi 19
we,'e. 1 S ,li r: their f'..eih e vy r.hc aeit, at t c p: edetcrimnea n, dlr, hi, to comnmuncate yJP- mL ,ghl n t thbir f l
wtho:t th l!e-s; intes option byLi:., ve.itedat.rrtsupon the press, is an The M ir.t .1rpoirt left. .him ag.t.:f? RKSo ;' That in case c.rghiei.
t' v" IIT-' i...
-,h v e xp o ,ratio -f"o.om ] e n .e : in th t w e dce.n it t he iT1d d t qiof i ... ..
im oe it .ts .tsare.. ..y ...... e d it the ind!#ped.ab} .dhty of .
(Mc. the wvint. or spirils, on tlieh arriv- igh ga --possessin almost na! -is.:iotislied hIircs of hs iiititry lthi to, :cuti order o n u uat
can only be entcredfor exportation tihe important holds of freed'ia, with a !estined to guidi ind tosave it. God t,. tk order nu an q L S r t 'st i e*'' iiali hit't S-
it, ('an n...be ..... ~nhilitar% to -rPll-ahv vifl6fie ,
:omeci:bya v s xm t facility derived only from unsuspecting b ".piaiad-thatth hope'and ei:r.ct-r ivenence and i-
i..rn of .`T. per ton from bence the win .. ....mi1' from uMot'ispeetiflr bb r.,dathat1hail .... .. tha.ti&
ts -rival, y entered i h confidence.; but at length airing boli- tion are not extinanished. I iKdiv now p~1 a terends, .ftor dhe gar lossl'e and
consumption'; but in both caes the 'ly at that with.which, as at one blow, only to icar that his ardent miid ill obey With. p;orptituds4c call of he impediments. Which the Ctab-
aanroes whe! he-r wine or spirits) mufct vll the rmst must have fallen, the design urge him to. undue excrti6ois,.befo o executive. hrn t has stained thro-igh
wemainrNil.e.housed heIre. a^t ttheax-a
neot inr untifan p.o, hias become ralnifest, and aconserva- hiscotnplterecovery from hiswo"nds; lL hat itbor ,dlended the late oddrrenc.
station is aile for hence, by the same .tory spirit has been inextinguishall to every nan, ca e of bearing ams,
vessel. of sar, .Tee, or British mia- .kindled. Alrieady the da1-iger js dis- G.o o'n ,.xcllent fereids : You to hol' hislf ii readinesN to support A
nuataeres in t !,# pr oprns al- pClleo ;the miachination his become 6have tle re .,et, tle affection and the the.contutio and la.s of tie stae, AE NOV S iid ATiiElt WEL
e spiritss en o a e admitted disclosed; and public confidence is lost piyers of all o.d mei, ad th t aaist y s f irti and
for home constulnpt~ion. to its contrivers; patrons'and appro- ground to elyon te protiton of turbule ad e heby, in th pr- R
The revetio Iof', .he Order in. ers I Iaven. d. .. dieu se'ce of G-od and br country, p Aedg Arid eat .bai iilt bi give to trchi
TCouncil, atio iilit aee the o causes I what lis excited ou 'i TI Or PICKERING. t6 eateh other our lionor, that w Will scr,ttheir 8tore, S. trc
at this por a mehant vssel be- astonishtient, whilst thi lay y oncal- 4acO IVWgner,.q '... pat with our gt anid priilges rs abvethe Union Taei-l, li agd-
ing about to sail he:ice for tfe United ed, are also becoming known; Libe- S-. it ly With otr lives. August 19 tf
States' and several others, we under- rity itsef, after going i) the Mayor yEETING iNT E SOLVES t d
stand' ,r in," "repa rat "n. tup ralityitseir, after giing up the Mayor -MITIA'G hV ',OOAEI' RnsoLVso; 'Vit dti cdnfld~ndi tn
same t mari n rept ons o e and Brigadier, to.the inexorible se-, a.' m Om, / 7'1. the patriotisui id public virtues of 6ur 9li Day 3 Published,
Portsmout. JuM 1. -tenee, which alonewoild coijiort.iith At a riTeus arid 'spef fellow iizei, A. C. 1ANSON; Esq. is ?y JOS. SILLIGvAN,;
"This -nrninz arrived the Hotspur facts not admitting of dispute o; e-. ing 6f the.inhabtitats of Montgonme- nerea ; iiid tended our thanks idoke', High-sret, GeorgtiN ,
4 Yi ga te ca p t a in P r ic e ,' w ith d is p a tc h e e n c r e ad: ; i" d w '. .t.le i or th a n k s o m l ig h -si re t, nno rgt yowi-
fr ""te, 'capin Pr" ~ic~c, wthdspch:'. tiAI1 still recoiled from the idrence ry Couty, in and near Unity, con- him, d hi llant d meritois 7 CT,
-fromn Sir hiom t, P op ha ma, cornman di,: ...ta t o Mhin eiid his gollant Ahd ineritoridiis i t lc 87 1-2 cL
squadron of his Majesiy's ships onOhe e-hich hung. about the governor ofthd vned at hambess aver on the.ssoats; fo t indismayid valcir iE 1'iI i OF
Nr.Coastof Spain. on a partielar s.,'r- state. Rath thnshan san tithe criai 1 th of August I The objec andrelutidn ithwhich they have l )U A i'ON,
viee, relating, thaton the 20th ult. the nation, which 1his ims.terious apathy f the meeting in'g first explained nairitaihid the people's iglits and ri- Berig a C Iepitoeortb Improve
mariners of 1-. M's. ships Venerable, r by Mr. Tlmes Davis, ments a nvenionspitiseby
3iagnificient, Sarveilante, Rbin.Madn- scgesi,, .h.e waseovered with shield by I ileges. .IOSEPH LANCAS i'cR,
sa, Hotspur, Rover, Sparrow. & Lyra of, bfritulii suppositiorn. But truth 1T. SAMtiSt, RlODERTso. W.A, -I RESOLvEi, That Aii so doin-, t ey Illustrated with six wood cuts, by Andersori
landed at Lequiteo, (a little tothe east- has at lringth stripped his mnotiv, na- called to the Chair, and exercisedone of the most valuable.pr- .o w,,r, ,' s 'r5, ,
ward of Diihboa) which wits occupieda by 'r"t-E RO .... .
a divisiodnlf tte French army. Onhe keni, ,td deliivred Aim up to deserved Mr. PFanaic RwC.., appoint- vileges of freemen, in a manner inark- A R.P OP T'I,~ OF
21st thev otiainid possession off the reproach. The govr. of Maaryiid has d c.r.tar. d no less by intrepidino,- than by for- ".Georget ,place, took 300 prisoners, and disper- not inteeposed fficiently in the affairs The follo.,n .-re.solutions were iNA- bearanec and moderation. A- .S.t.
i"edthe rest of the cnemy's trce, des- ofBaltimore,'because e is deliberately irs;.la.on od :- REsoLVEDn,Tmat ;tbe redo6iimitided TE An RO0 18t'i
troyel all theniaeaz:nes, co-ltidnng pno a n o pe .b e.is hi a Wterl Tiv.s umerous ictd of darir I () 0 C EI ll U tl S
stores and provisions, and then re-em of opinion and openly minintaiis, that t oir.mr, numerous ct of darnr. 6our fellow-citizens to withhold all TH SUBSCRIER.
barked,to fulHil the f;rth,1cr objects o the Editors of the Fedlral Ripublican violence, in th6 emporium of Mkryland, intercourse with the city of Baltitmbre, Ia.h n iand a com pie assortnent f
the expedition. The Marine battalion! "had no rightto attempt Trezesttblilh. af'oid evideiee of an extensive combi- until ordi shall be restored, and the TAS, wNES AND tL(OORS-

d o t land, win to th ent of their press in Baltimore as it nation to derny the riht rf the peo- laws bfthb stie again respectedin that ,Whih will he oltl a ,,ire i inmp rted-h
(on board which1ship they Wt'ere) failii, assortent of Vio3 are nat to
to leeward. The Hotspur took all t!-' had beeft put dawn by ia majority ofe pl~, i silenin cronstitu.innal oppOsi- ty. assortment ofle. are not to he s se
prisonerson obard, and arrived at Spit- becitizens of Baltstimre:" Canthis tiontothe ure of administration, Rfton s, That the inhabitants of a i ts rt
head this morning. We sustained but iifaithfl servant of the poplB6 have pforttrating the press, violating the Boston, the cradle of Liberty, arie en- the most anoroveil cargo ; in che-ts, half
trik ls it is- s. ot m. e tui n"rgotten lhe -,onh4titttion, which h rits of pripe.rty and person, and es- d to our thanks for their sympathy t ilsehoe. a canns-
soonaexepa!-tto hearf fiathtirsucces,. -as less than a'yvea igo swoon to maih- tlhiisbing a system iof teirr indi pro- in the occurrences which afflict us- vate famIns, anpd of>'.vrv sire j'-ior nialities.
s in this .cenieso- warfra'e, peroru tin. and which declares the liberty scriptiodi,b it)irtouihknoivw ihtlhis f'ee han he wilih at v merclt.'. smiva te lami'ns.
e iby thii gallant.little band." o fnt press to be inviolab ? Should country-Anid W n some of the thate view iviti ihed stand thy iohe h ke i h.es, will find
...b t h e n ma n l y f in d d e t e r 'min h e d s t a n d t h e y i t to t hv i er a ti v a l mtf e i mi.ly o, i t, tirrUti l u- .
e o any person for him worthy of beit bloodof the natldn has been inhu- haveinade upon their right. plies ,r.m tho..e on wNlno theyv can rely Knr
A mEGRO MAN .otice deny the truth of this clarg maily shedf r resisting theustirpation R. soID,, That thisi ie ig ien rs of trhe best quall-
.7:FOR SA'JLF,. .7e takl up.n o6irselVes piriptly to. and itranny of a Mobli, or it ed and deeply euetirated by a sen.se of gta- e- Or from i, part of the country
d eelttnled to ,veh fidotlv byiia proi itotu ft;
lie i. v-.'y va"tafle servant, an xC. ,:-oye it., by witess.s Indeed if he is direted men, who are ai dishinor tuee ,an alitwieoarid superintendingy ,,i tho 'v,. *,dtt'- i stin s.prri.finti,
it ;te, e- li,. and a t a mtn of. aitufiloe m6nly versatile o their species, anda reproach tothie. Proideiee,whose prot.eting care wa n"-, as to wai-rant the, ro ng to hal i
j i' t\ea 'pac.- 'T ,v. person w-' ind, he .pust staffer daily confirma- -*ontry-And winmEi-As, the imaclh: dscernabe throughout the massacre. y LLIAMNORItte' ,. ,,
S'tu,:lA., out l the ,' .t.t .m of it o pass h;s lips; and his for- nations end crimes ofthis meiless roim which so many of our beloved Wwholele Tea-PTealer aJid CGrecr
Swi lit ti ani t:t restore its energy to ti<' havedeprivedusofoneof;rmnnostl:elov I ellow-izens we mira ousy re- Augut ettre-et, B.: imn
..' Au;t 19-3 14w i- n altiiore, to issr..e his praci- .ed&v"nercl.letcitir.c, 'voe revoln- cued, nd wel elit e it has cleaed the
ucud, mid t' cI slit A e it hus F1ensed the

14eneficence, and 1known &niy\ -ijiO jlj
nitete w~ce.

be siwineibyt~jp; Cheii'rnnfai'j mve,

~evek..Sx, ad th F ieat Repub-
Urcan. ,*;-
14. ROBERlTSON, "J, ChairmajnA
F RED' K. EIVoMA N, hccay

length bu rmiended." VFelloiv.C'itii-erp,
Cdoes npt your Wlood r ta cold wh~en 301.
hear 4,Thy~ i~ua~. fiinClcu~tta,
catll lfanrz/Le, f iw elptioviry
army; a tory ? What wr th, Oe hwliot. ru.
ble -station of tidnew-126 Col. 2. knr,
Lee vmNv~f biatimIg Par'(tet,v and bl,i'
valti' hroruitie Cowpenjs ji js.&e
Uureier.d forbidi!ptttdi;-xigThe l1w theyv,
estblshdant wi xilil k~taltritig in-
blood anid the agbbi6!; of~db-tb, ret vili-
lied, b%,fdmiin ig.rl.'dr ivin 'Intheir va-
lo a~lased upjEa safo sltn

'teiA41, I, Gtr~ Z i- y

ini~ ifoinsio, rhih imy IlL' refiod
the 5tli immt. MO, ltlist r1 1I P~. n
rolor, untlar the 'e-ri~lr rl u atm H+Ice
thiit is to bbt Amhel io, !;-The vessak
that tli*s ce~ritlemnan came p&ssenger ini
wvas d,!%icd two tdays' tu br-ing '
a9te I 'Lo he Splu~i,-h Cunsulsaend
uther~i in thh is 7

It h~s Sl Co v.I Ii .,:1 diii lot to ie-eeccl .I

oil F, 1djvlst.
AXils I~-. w 'if eof Mr. 1blobiAs liar.
A 5)scl. 0 '41.'O LiY, wits Oli~:,I; Out 4it
Chi.ei6r io haios o iv b ,iIA1 u, "

~- '~: csr~aCn~-:-..L-l

ST-_'- -'*' (By Au.l>ai.;ty of-tje State of Maryland.) DORSEY' Ofta,
BY B AU ':IU l'T'. 8 "CHRllBIE OF THEI4 -'ILLBE '1,
()p' jLf I,, pE L RYT'Bf,, ,)TIC4L, COLL E '2 r uTlyW'. as esssO u.t. ;
1Of sM l.5t, A g.o cutTP1.ET MN THE 4. prizes of 5 ,0,Uvu ) *l00,00o o.Attached to the Foe F. 4 are 135 acTdes .
*p'to.f. AT).LfO cATfi:E~lt4L 'T '201, {I200w 20,00' .LAND, 120 ofwttieha feared, and. 0 .
..} 10,0600 10O,'' Iinothly eadow-(l, noaiodcr withU, .
CI '.IUi, 5U00 15,00t following itaprovement* '. t
I4 the Cily of BalMt)re". lt TO tickets each l0,00. Onie FOQGE with tlrce fires, 3 fir.
i rizof $.0,003 is 30,001 20 1,000 2o0,0ut wheels, two hammar-w~Ael, and two hain.
,-n,000 5,00 .: 23 500 12,500' m6atrsi..60feetby : -
20',0 20, 0200 2 0 "5,000 One lirg~tstone. Coal- H se 7f'by US-; ,
1 -0 l0,0 71 00 7,500 Lo-Stable,;30"by .t cet ; o- : Framne (ri
S5,0ft 15,' 100 .) 5,0000 nc yjifeet by 16; a framne .Wling-Haoi-
10 1,00' 10,OJ, 500 20 10,000 .nw,-'commiious, and h.i- 4 the io 1;
20 50 10,0L 1000 '15 1,000 gent t family, with a g.1.ed e.lrin,, a kitel.
S10" > +5,0' 0000 .0 011 '120,000 en, and a'sinall stable, one uther tiami
0 50 '" ----- Dwellingoutse, 2i by lb eet;-a kilclnc
360 2 '7,oo. l,:,''.e 7 Net 2 blanks to .....50000 26 by 18 et;- do.-34 byl -,ine Saw Mil;
S400 2, :3,238 Blanks a pr~z, ( 60'by 16 feet'; a Ov w out e 8 by 15 feet .
-"- ""-7 :. -o .-- a -use12 by ]I4 feet; a -tone" Milk

l,-,aj4 prizes beinglitt T-norethan 25000J ..5,000 tickets t104ollamr ach 350,000 ldoue16by4; +aKitche by .20; a
3btks 1 1anktoapr .ash prizessubjecttoadcduction'ofl5p. ct. by 10 ;- Smoke House 1.4 by 12 ; a frame
-25000 ticket-s 'at 10. 250,000 Statioary prizes as fo-ll os ;- a House 26 by'f8 ; Stoe House 40 by 20;
vaioary -izes as follow 1 iirst drah ttickct entitled to ,5000 1ame do. 40 by 20; stm do. 24, by 18I th
T't(aldrawn 45P0 blinks $lU each W51~,00( '5000 blanks 12'6ach -Il the'neceskry w eor. thop ang out houses
'blankt day on-the 9th day 1,00o' [ rhne xt 10.0. do. 15 suited fo aforge, coveAginwoit three-acres
ban d".y on-the P1,00,; dyo. ticket draw after the*6000 blanks,5000 oflandirrt-luding a Grist,~1Mi), which can'
*t"h 5Q00 First drawn ticketon the 15tt and until the grind for tlte forge and the neighborhood..
21st. 1"00i 25th day, 500 each Wil bhe '-Forge and improvements as a-
-Jrth '41,00.: Do.do, 25ti to 35th (except-) ove described, will he hirtA- .onoiplete a
lt gth1,00. ingtheticketsconstitutingpri. 100 tickets. 'bt of FOP tMEN as arny he county,
-t ,25,00. zes) a i aid all the 6orlking beasts, 8 k and itetn-
oh 5,00u The said ten rizes toponsist of tie num- sils attithed thereto,WVithi f' m o0 to 40
'43th 1,000 bers from I to 1000 inclusive, each hundred valuable SlIAVE.s, asxnaybe watnled.
Prqesto bte paid 60 day after the draw- of the said 1000 to .be one price, 'the first The Forge has lately been ptt irtu good
ingA isot. p ete', s o abjecttoa de.uctiOof. drawn hundred or lowest numlnt'or te 'repair;& the reputat6niOtheiArotiwrought
r c ,! t. Allpirizes not dema ed.. .. with q 25th, day, and so regularly. ascendhtig.to the at'it,'hs'as long' been sanriva' etl.
x mens-tkAlierthedrswin.iishe dinh, d ilI; 35th. TI'.he' p-op.rty i. s"Iat ati on t6 ne.ei. fail-
"e censid' iedas gener ous donas i-. x a c i tl thCe n5th5 4n ;D U00 Ljfr otmp co 8 m-i.t.es fmvr Il i rn'e;
'the .athedrifl- DO. d. '36 41 500 and h'f a milZa, M e.io -Not-wood.s ferry,,.oon
-, .u e ct c6nttnplatedt h eiceomplish- D1. do. 4..' Lto n .rclusive 1000 'the roadfrom BaltimoretvWashington.
t, ,by jc on tbm t islinc of an Do. ''do. ?:h day 50,000 En~q ?eofthe subscriber or either oftfiat
tei':e ad elegant uidi whicwhen The prize books to consist of Nos. I a 00 DANIE.V MJRARAY,'
x Onpl-'t.e will'be highly oramln,iuietal to the T'he dbject contemplated tohbe accomplish- A. C. I .V ON,
-it of Baltiutors, !i che managers to. "ed by.the. above Schcme, is eminently en- W .VtL 00O.'EY.
hope for a speedy sale of he tickets aon.at titled tothle favor and pktenage of the citI- July'29
.thir fllow-.iti... To such 'zas are zr's of Baltimore. The stablishl itS 'of a .
clinod to adventure purely for their own be Medical College,Iwill unqueitionayhave a EDUCATIO
Snefite, 0-rhaps ino schemehas hitherto oilerI a beuticicalitnience on the literary chhnrac-, ... I ATIN.
i, reate'r in ducements. As so as a suf-'ter oftir city ; ', it.peraps may hereafter The nrids of correct education deserve
lci is. ..ea.e.ptbr ftiue et... oaredipod of, t ,h 'be engrafted.othbr C ('. -ges, and thus" ain great credit f6t1c their exettions so place
ci l t lh t are dispoedof.i h~sivrsityhe constittiteda. YORK ACADEMY on a respctable foot-.

ian tickets to be had ofean of the maft.. If will however give u otllr important I^ng; sad thiir endeavort have heea greadty
4r thIe diflt Lot..ry Offices in -a dvantaes. It will tonote aMairit of in- saccessfiir ahe Classics, Thea A teSr&
.is city. -... e.tigatioi' n thc'factiLy, said wi induce all the -other branches'df acadTmii-tsal edtci-
Nntas ey. ".4.t young o men of talents I-t hliih'l.ie:- eles tion, are taught nin this in-titution Ly corn.
'avi.l Williamson' Ab"raha' White ,ujtr. I our city, and hereby ,perniancntty seCte petent tes s,-. ,.. wlio .at a euwried in ti.eir
Wn,. -enk-n- Johi, Car-ere t o this comminmttnity the best aid that can be attention" ', the morals. n.inii. and. m.n-
-L-keTirmna a Dr. P. (Chatard afforded by the medicalprofession. .It ray ners of' their pul,,lc--deJ -..-in. to im-
t.Bai S. 'id: ,' the.v eni.et also. 'e proper to ren-ark, that: if t's .prove tlihe. i ta cltie ;s ti,v. advance in
' I'hiilip hautei'h. Charles Carriljr. John HaaIer will caidselarge sums tc be exa.ided '-iu- Mady -,re ltepciilLr ad, atslg.s "f (Ih
john IVAw h ally in this --y, which s'thefwise bdj-is.: institution -ibi,. police i il.the toin (no'
m y7 '-aSt bur-d tn othrplaces. under ne- .- r crcilent cit.htiout)w ik
Ve. presume that those'~inttlemien 'aho very good. aia lfeieiiic .,.ulth are not ex.
.e'e anxious for the advancement ofthli in- posed, a, 1.t.: ,, It, tlhIe c'i, o0the l;fer..
By Author'ity of the. State" ofMarylnd. ~~crests of Baltimore, will give us their'stip- tions. of unrestratin.ed ,:.i- .Genteel honad.
G- i ''. ,ortl A. theabove consideration. ing cao:e obtained nrrI cl.ca.p, aild Lthi
Gk-D LT-rrER. 'td'htcse who arc incli.ted to profitthcm- price 'ftuition is lows. Th., lc.ia of York
'SUSQ VE- .V i AI CANAL, ,Vt at the Santme time that tliy encourage is remarkable for the hlit'liiI "s ofir si.
'S E'COND .LIA SI. ',' l .i,'% onthc,'i,,,' say','11iit tin'scheme of a tAction -and last, though nnot Lr.st in t)ie.
.> ~ +. ....'. l'u ,, j .'.tt, '0. i auit ia b f -.'c -'ftheabov-c, v''e< of the good i. '. 'there ai. pla.-cs o
J a"" r,-a's C ,,is e e -veir hee offered in ltis county.," i..'i,'i'-rl. Presbytriran, Moraviaan and
atmd ri d,'.T-ir 00,03. -. J:-'The 'cpammissio&,'rs having Ilh-eldyv CiAtholic worship, ut~er' thie careao'piou,
IAll' 1, .' n outra'ctncd for the sale efa sufiicient inHi- agdgoa'ioran. ..
'. 0 ,fTiktsto authori then in. fi;.ing the in aaditioi to the m: 'vr, neralar :. .aat;
Stsof 30,000 ois 60,00 .rlistiiv r )DRf NG, that the titu gMs wvlich '.Yoirk ,camv., po- ."-, '-
20,'J0 40,0 cias for niak-g preprationilP'd- maybe adA'cd,-tit fa correct elocutiau C
10,00 20,(. ... ,,;. the '"E glish. laisg age 'y'it. be taiught.l, '.
*I 5,000 10,0 GIVE NOTICE, means offeadiings ard irLcitationaqb h .v hra '.

S.- -1- 7,i r.... .. .., ( et ) July 29

-.o :12,8

OfO 2 9i,

8,o.i PritCe, '." ,
',70" Blanks. '
.26,000 tick s,'biito'nlyv 13,900 rjunib
h first 60U0 bliaiks to be entitled to t(he
,ifial prizes 'c.'f TiIRT.Y T'I OUSA
"- OLLAl[.S,s'o thlia tlierisa pi .l-abil.i
!one.nitnber g;t.ini'g the t umn of ,It6,,itV
'ar -
N. other.stationuarv capital prizet.
Tiher=foict'eosewinEtn';ec early patchi
will have a s hancte of all .tie capital prize
Tim; whlola subijet *'o a ilt-d'ih t".n of
-,tr ccunt payablee sixty oays after the.c
'uilitidaof the dr;iwing. ". '
-tRohert-Gilimnor William Patfe-son
"Wtl!iam Smitth '-Robert Oli' er
Mark Priigle S tewi'kt BrdWtt
',Samuel S oitin "John S. Iollina
iugh Thnimpson 'Archibald. M'Calli
John s~rr. Samueleiterett -
D 17. VWillitsioh.
A consids.tble aiiumber of the tickh t 1
-ng alre .dv' engaged, the fiaanagers are
S dy to coitrat for litc re,.uiiider.
Tickets ftt i l" bt.the Miniagers ; also
Messrks .'R VWAlT!,-.orner of St. Pa
ILane'and Markct-street':and 'at'th&e "ii
ent Lio'e.ry-Olsces it this. '
Nov. i .- ,18 tu&ftf

Just PublishL8ed y .dlwa'ad J. Coal
S No. 17C, Min-ikt-stirect, Baltimare,
Thie Secoid Jditlin of an a'S
e. ln of -

BY .10W"I' 'o'N.iAB:E
'qY JOiEPI ,J A.,MES. :.
The linhilsher in anfioi.uning the abo
Work, feel confident in sa.vin tliat it is o
'of the most useful books ever offered for
Itainin.g with facility the first rudimefits
the elements'of Gecigriphkv aind AtrSno6m
and the uide of tht iesitial arid teres-ti
Three thousand copies of the first editi
of this work were sold ini a very short tii
time after itspubhlication. The present e
tion has been very "careififllyr levi.sed, a
rendered miunh more valuable by7 the cco
siderable additions of Joseph James.
hasrn dditionril iatr of the Irnit&l Star
isprinled on -ood paper, and contains 4
pages, 'nditly boindf6r l1. Tha. it is vr
dered one of the cheapest works ofthe4ki
published in this country, and no atte'nti
iat beer spared'to makeit i'.-al i" 'eve
reflsenit if not'iuperio' o. any r','hti syvte
of feo ".-ihv hAretofore p'lblishid, r
Abhe p i .s'iaeris iniince'l to l'eie"c it will
'fou.'i not only a valtnhie hook for tli, iI
of schools, hit likewvseintcir.t'itnto tlo
who have already Ina-Jl GaograihV their
Z I~ 9.



,;N ,D.

hiaay be. !i~d. by applyic..~."~i~~g
to t ic w- nagtR.z
Jbn. 13, Daviidge 31. P. Vagek1irs
jam. Coln~qgv's 'ko.Berry
itoh~ert Cam-is Lowag eorgc AI't'iucter
ii rullikIn 'Joh,; Craloe;ful
0). A. Sinith G -:.-lthsI
Itall. blaarion '*P. .icli

Si~miae Basc hares-lexWayffield

glvarK,'IIL .4C-fDEMIY LOTTB1P1.



rnize of 15, 1.i00
dor 2,000
do. 1,000
do. -500
do. 100
do. 50
do. 10
do. "


S James Coce Charles Wir2gman .2830 d '" 9 -
^e Jonathan tleredith WVilliam Lorman. 2 3007 ,
15 T 3007 Priies 20,000
orl- MEDICAL COLfLEGE LO-'T RY, 1 39S Blanks
iN WaHICi AE 'TWo ssR-it.r"" ..
.. ..~rL r,5 sCo00 Ticket" tf two ~1rs adfty tentt.
FIFT"YTHOUSjND DOVLLA.1-, Not4 14 Blanks to'aPeite.
Will commence Drawing on theIlth'day of C Prizes payable sixty days -ifter the
June'ncxt, awing sHall have been, eomplettd-sub-
S ... e .t.. t ,:. I ; e'I, .. 2t toa deduction of 5n'per cent,.
ster .When th 1st drawn ticket entitles "the r'prize not d.mane .wihin twelve
TOSn:etD 'O "w riknths after the dla in*.is "completed will
FIM .4 THOUS A U )D D OLL ARS .s a iso t
D b. e considtriedas donatiot~sto the Academy.,
lhe- The subcrilbecs haefer sale a numbeIfof The drawing commeiced oan the 18th, of
re- l't- 1 IC K ITS, which they offer at prseht May last.' ".
.t the orignl p-i;e ofTEN DOLt4 RS; T' 'ltkets for sale at J. hl;lliin's. Book,
oby the opportunity thus presented .of pur-, Store, Georgetown-w-here a check-book
iul's chain' a .lhancefr afortineat thelsowest will be kept for the .%aminal;nI of ticket
f er-, rim. sh-mli.l not be neglettetd; as theiprice- gratis.- 'Tickets may .also" be had of G. le
of tickets will certainly, be raif.d '6.'the R. .White, corner f St, Pail's lane 'bd
.. und Monaday of next monbli. .Applica- Market-street,, Baltimlord. '
(Itis rom o lt.iis, plit'a,.by letter, postpaid,' Juy 29: .
and enclosing the Cash,'will he im mdilttl" '
attended to *by either-of the, subscribers t 'i OFt .' .
itleirtLo(eiy Of6lce' iin Baltimore. OFFICE OF THIETRUSOT.E ,S,.
,KI-'A..N.V WH.kRTON, 1 : Bktamnrre J.pt 'et, 18!2.
y "lLP I-. .NICKILN, Borderof lhe1'rutseofthe'ltet'ANk
J. ,CO N, Jr -o rrs. UNiTC STATES, the.Real E.tate
d6-- .Altf -"I8 FFED Fi R 1 AL -

The subm.cribet htse'forsh''le a quality o
ove (';I) R "OJG',
ne W : c Of very good'quality, ,
nt- .Whichithey willsell reasdrabil1bir rish, o
of unoild take in barter Coffee arid' Madeir
y, Wine.
-vornef ofHfoward & Market streets
an. '. ialtitnore; .





lbave itreeets-ed a Pe.ar~m of thecdrs;t qua]

And I Ihave good Wrlkmen fi..enshie me to
ex:ecue nv order thtb1a'iM,''- bFine foi'
'- BfTRBRAMT~, t S TOAI, ,
a1 Short notice and of, soo& q~uality,-4 sayv

CO CfITfky INrrRRs -
fo~r!.trindinv corn,
P OI,TrAV;r Cf,-OTI s.
k p-i't of thmi ~fi ner'lhin I e-.oer heon d.

DL~an re, .lnli425 1,161?,

DPr. rnilUp>: H'? 5
G Lnimtfc' Vcgetabkt ; L tion
is an ti re jar 'upAtoiF ,.

ParticeasiJy -iitples,- bloe io, ''ettc.
.iigwo'umis, T'Ian, iunburnu, Fr'eckIle
Si"I,;er, I.edxiss6f'tL,; ' &c. F.klyV,Hleat, S corhutic and Cutaneut-
,ru pti.s of everyiuescriptiinl.
Tu1.is *Vegetahle-.Lotion'was ,invented b.
Dr. Church, rind admn'ifistered by 'him to
severalyeas"is' E';urope.anaAnmetica, nith,
thenmost inpa'ialleled auicess. by the ili.
* ple appjk&atiortof this finid night, and mnov.-
ing, or e'casiolialy tillnie a..ay. it. will ie
rno\c their must J'ucorous and alarning;
scurvy inthe lacec. it i. *pefecctly sate, xc.
powerful, and posse.ses ail the good quali-
lies of thl most celebrated cosmetics, with-
out any of their doubtful and sometimes dan-
gerous eflects.-A roogh and uneven shin,
its shtiningappearance, and'yellow and sick-
ly paleness, are by ths'Lotiou effectually
removed.- h the'Shin-gles and Prickly-
leat:it is b'i l.lible.-Foor sale at G. & R.
WAIT'r's. Lottery .Office and Stationary
Store, cornei of St. Paul's line 4o4 Market
street, Baltimore, price. 5 ceatseit, bottle.

02 ,Maiket-strt.t,
S' t lzimroroe,
Atas'received 'a 'few copies of a. valuable
... s4ork--yiv, .. -
Compreheadcinz a concise system of'Milita-
ry C~L.,,etrvy, fr-,J Fortification, and Tac-
'ties of :Riflemen iand Light lnfalitry--To
which is added
A New Mcdtitary Dictiondry,
,with ptheur matter' connected with 5A'ittarv
Operation ; illustrated with plates by. E.
.6oyt, brigde major and inspector'in-the
riilka of Iaai3chusetts..1 vol. 8vo.
'he nmer6im.i. Ai ifCPr;tl" Comp r ir,
:Trjatingof all kinds ofrfire-armn in dot i;l.
aind of the forrnimion, 6itjejt and setrie of
the Flving Art;Her, p- .:cd&d l.y ., nt-,.
dueLoryd sqsrtation on n CnnOD ..in vol-
with a vohtee of 7in pl.ucs,"C areuily ngI-t'i -
ed by Lonis Ile Tonii'rd, 'ttelieut colonel
comm.midant o'ithfe s9ti0od tleimenlofT-r.
tillery ofthe U. S.
,' 'L '1." :.AND : '
iRules ciand .-rcri ins ror t'.e r'itd E'
cr.-i-e -.nd f'vi:cvres of tlie FIreit'h In
fantrv. issued Au'Ipnt 1791. and the 1TM
nr uvrrs aided which h -,-c tccn minrc
adoptedl by the rFmpcror Napoleon .. AIo
the MN nrtiarei c i the Itild .rtillre- ;Ll
the InfbntLy hvyC..l 3. Amdlet c I.' C i.'
lite chi:' of hbi ipade in the I'tnh '.'srvicee.
lTi three vohtune5.(.tlee 3d Volume-'c1'-sist-
ingofplates.) -
July 29 .


- Every thirs'gvsta't.li.t notlinvlo ,
wnih'TFrN y nl"y "'.' -
The work will comprise'a hislorv a'f a-
hout fort., years, wasted in the varieties -
feling m-'ik occupation.
Lo6k into those they call Unifeitunate,
And closer Viewed, you'll find they are
S*"The Bbook-will contain such-remarks on
the Pulpit, theBar, the Stage, the Univer-
ties, Colleges; Seiisinarits and Academies,
in.Europe' and in the United States, as mnay
resfilt from personal observation chiefly--
although it may be enlivsnw d occasionally
byanecdotes of all ranks, from the King-to '
the Beggar 'i oin'the Pope to (the Atheist;
from the Presidentto the infant Negro. The
Author is personally well known in the
'principal cities of the United States, buthe
.wi.shes to be more intrinsicallyso. And,
therefore, requests Ihis numerous acquain-
tances to subscribe to Wa vsoirk which will
be'delivered to them in about four months
from.the 'datehereof, upon thefollowing

GOOD...Yott shall have fivelundred pa-
ges at !tast, elegantly printed onlarge 8vo.
and on good paper...with a likeness of the
author. h
Bft'eTT ..-:Ysni' shall'have it as cheap as
,an beafforded, not exceeding to subscrl-.
bers two dollar & an half, bound in boards-.
BEas...No6ad-s;ane is.requiired, bot you
may pay fir it, on delivery, to the Print'ers,
Publishers, or their A"ent ..lr vou please.
SThe respebtive Booksellers in 'the United
States, and the particularly those with whom
the author has the pleasiie o6 being person-
alty acquainted will oblige: him by receiv-.
ing;'he names of Eubscribers, and procur-
ing as-nanv as they cat.

:. Misti.' et. i-n Vuccmi-tiir>
Indi-.iduals or families who rmay vhe Va,'-
:.initu, inu sii h to obtain a plauo( thcic b,:
"ing tijcelby secured front the ,in:.il 'us
..'cJi tnied that iftlhVy will se.i.i oe- e.a'sta
.a scaha, -.liic.h wi i S>u'cee .ion, whether spurict.; or etl'ectual," to tlii
llustituoioi t)r ciulnahmit'onw', lew i pIvotf ,iesi!t
'ed can b, d-ci.hivcly aseiu:inata fr- tilem.
If any deception has I-cen ptactisied, ..-r 1."
-try V mistake wi.,te ver has bimen made,
whereby any person may be left in daine'r
of the sinall po.x, the nature and extent of
the fallaty will be certainly discovered. and
the necessary advice with the greedy t,i
prevent every injurious consequeace, wil
.be inmedi4tely communicated to those whc
may be interested. The name and ape of
the person vaccinated, and the time when
the crusts came off, are the only eircinm.
stances necessarily reouibed to-'b e ande
'known, and to accompany the application:
The crusts inftende Ib ci examination should
be wrapped up in a little cotton, lint, wvool,
or soft paper, to prevent their being bro-
ken, they may then be asfcly scit fo-Wtaid
enclosed ii a letter.

. TiS I ST Oi2 X'0A.
1, The Institution vill be opert every
m~enirnisgfbr thie distribution of Vaccine
-2 Al\\ :,ipli.-,til's'nfjt MI.ltte'T arc S^qswes-
tea to L,. m.dein ,,;lin,-y i hperson
warits it, noticing ihI plee wl.re it is to"
be used.
3. 'tie citizelas of Maryland are entitled,
by a' special law enacted for that purpose,
to a supply for their own use, free of any
chayr'e, for a certain period of years. The'
vaccine crusts -Aill likewise be examined,
and any mistake iuill be corrected fert them
free of expence, during the same period.
4. Other persons, not citizens of Mary-
littd,',will be supplied with genuine nmtct
fion., lii Ir.1'lt,Aior, Tl,'if c' U2-t il bz.
C -, 'min..d. /AJ ,tV nisiIl e ill I e (c,1C-
iUlv ",ndi aer-i telv ccrrec-tedl cr them-.-a
fc.;ee: one duii, Lbi. paJ f;d or coach i-.fly
ol na.:-'. 0o f ,r caclh ..t Itl'n-iltttii I.r eX-
-iminltiton. inci1 ding ihe ccr:1f ca.t, or let-
ter of advice ufLch nl be gio en. Oes -
contcaibltit'oIt ertoqf 'f~,'e dolla-'. pa
to (he 'n ciiber, nra'li "1-ntiler nv re,'cn
,- ,40ilog viii thle United Sta:c- tu t C.-
stahL .uprply of ir.fleltin. as oi'ts n a .i l.i
-rtaro m-v ic h e '1(i fu t(0lh t oilr, u-e. iill.
til L.',e fi-t da'youf .Tni \,-m I IC lt .1'.1 ovn-
pli in-tIEj i'sent for ft .iluin l eu ;,l V nI '
ce.st iro '25n o 25 o 50 < nt' e-' hr It I .'i .
3wn'l Coav 6' i rLri C tl'apd for l1i c I.' '
pril "c lfan lils',. "ill bl. :i'e bI e I' .e i-lt.l
,11 1 (he ma.tt- r if t T it, d. ''T he 11 1- U .
eireti atil l 1-ri-.h. C In bolhi IC s'c l A 'ril
cr. n iiitnitlv y .ittI tC r 1. p', l of the I ialt.l
States cii lo.n-d in l .i i.t tle u. ,ii.. .
i ihich "ill rc.I Ie 1 ,J i J 1.. t of 60-;mio I
Double lefcr. : .
5. To afford t!'e ? r.'t 'pos:tivc proof-of
complete and .tel;tiCl Iu \ %Fcinationi, a .-
,oaad.%wilifbe kbept' of' ev 'Cy ia-a'i e.xaoiilnd,
i.nd ;.'%o,k:,, will b, giv-iiuncider mny 'ba'd,
.aitd the seal of .thiS ins-tntinn, to tlm-'e
.,.vaccine tcust-, iav e ob'n, f,' 'cct-

It 1mt, h0 vevcr, ic unde.i--odl, tllat JIis
testimony will not bc riven on anyv ai-iount
whatever, in caes vswiel e the vaccine -.r(,cess
Tsmav Le found to have been i iterrirpted in
anv sulch Tranner or dcgice as mis'jt lea-
sorably admit of any doubt of the cnntinuel
liability: of the patiCet to take theLha' urnl
smialf-poxI. Children or otl'ers, therefore,
who avy hope to obtain this Diploma. murt.
be careful n(4 to scratch or injit r thOn-
arnis during their vaccination, and vt.lh-'
the crust comes off iwhichl is most gcneral-
lv ohout the ISth day after the opr iat;on)
they must take care not to lose it. A fte ot"
Five Dollars will he aequiied for the ePanmi
nation of any case here this pronfkiedi
pledge qf their safety is neglected.
6. For all communications to orfi om thbs
Institution the medium t f the Post-Of' c- .;
recommctndeod, as being t'e t most convcni-
cnt, expeditio s, safest a nd leF. T. 'he ot-
are muSl in all cases he pild, otherw;re no
communication will be' taken frori the post-
Director of the Vaccine Institution
for the State of Maryland.

At 'the corner of Baltimore-street, extended
and Green-street. WV. P.
Respectfully informs Ul'e citizens of Bal.
timore and the public tit large, that having
now 'eromhpleted various specimens of I/is
mode of raintih,'he hasby permission, ap-
pointed, for their c.nvenience,Fceveral pla-
res, where directions s-ill be duly attended
attended to, at Mr. Henry Fr ehcrgcr's
Hotel, head of Cheipside : at Mrs. Bay.
lev't,sigliof Wasliin ton;. ,tah'ket1 -pac'e
atitfr. Jolhn B'es profile Room, corner
of C'Aroline and l','et streets, F. Poilit

.. --- and at Mr. Williams's, Pel's Point lHotel,
c- s ... WkSHINGTON LOTTERY OFFICE Fell street. The exhibition room at hi.
f 'The Bankifyg Hloatse afd Premise. 'he silhscribers- have for sale a great residences has lenn newly fitted up, and
At the NWorth:East cqe'ner of avy and Se- variety of Numbers in the following Lot ornamented in the most e le.gint and newest
'e nd streets..--A.nd the on-.thrd interest in tries: st.vle,ogether with several otherapartments
r the CONTV'RY BANNKING HOUSt, and. 'VOcifne Instittion Lottery Second to shew a variety.
a 17 acres of LAND ifi'the 3dihitt ofthe tity. .a. lase, The long promised maMnmfactory of al
JAM.E5. TEET19T Cashitr. which commenced drawing the 6th May. colors of WALL WASHES, rcdu'v mixe-,
July 29. Present price 47, but will ativince previous with directions for laying, them on, is also
S.. tothe aravingi. in operation, and persons derirous cf co
Medical college Lotteryi, touring' their wall- themselves, may now bi-
PAPER. which commended drawing the l1th of supplied wih any tnt and quality by send-
Economical and Convesltitf Chamner June. Present price $11, will be further ;ug to the manufactory.
Light, aivaneced the 20th*'nist morth. -Prices ncr gallon, frrm .F0 cents to as
I 'yvmeansofa Floating.Was Taper,., Suaquehannih Canal Lottery, many ?oTnais ; bright. Ilmm.cn color, M-
which wil burnten heitra, and not con- resent'pice.010. per gahIn ; pea rrecn.f5.fc.'&r.
stime morc tlil i aasponfill 0 of;. '?revy. Potomaceand Sh!aoqgdoah N igation '"Country Stortkeepers supplied hy
require -no prtiitl.- k ind of lamp, ,'hu't *. Lott te quant;tv at rede-Tced pricr, and the co-
a. iy be .burnt in a 'wine-glass, tumbler, o P -snt price'A8 1.9. l'rs put p in a different start, to contract
ansimvltessfl. Ordmers weived fo.''iets in the NewP- ottl .vst wfh ll nsrNrf intSucti-
S.Teo ns-~bhe 'are in, the lashit cflciniin. York1-htion CollegeLottery No- 3---hicl- os of iquiiing the sam-e it'.hcut much
called up.in the ni-rht, and others requiring. commences drawin-R on Tuesday net--- trouble.
or wishing a'liht .irri~ the night pastiau- price for eftr wtir, ooct;Y A. On Mo- Ap 17. w
lirlv the sick) will find th-se Vapers s day nest tle7 wiltrhe 8 1-'2 dollars. (
c iat (4. &., it. WAIT.' R -, Approved paper'pav-ahile at the Con A f.owpncatigezeoft edpe nmidoi:hrrio',-
Lottervaod Exc'io.e Of iet, corner of St pletion of the ,F.o'tcrijCs, received ttl ", e r.. 'cr il .- at C. ,n'T P.*W',AITlT'* .,o
J'ains lare and_ Milrkett stfrp, Baltiiobr-. as ol-h-rc.",i.!r fhel, roo rI's aor Ihl o I er-CO)'fr-v a ia.! FtA:,l Fst 'r,r,r, Wr_ *
|U l.peiaich, I tbc kp ah5, eve- inora ".-- S Paul- l r,
c Cants perba.', gra"tis. I Ju ly02 .' ,.
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