Essex register
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Title: Essex register
Uniform Title: Essex register (Salem, Mass. 1807)
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: H. Pool, W. Palfray & S.C. Blydon
Place of Publication: Salem Mass
Creation Date: February 15, 1836
Publication Date: 1807-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Salem (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Essex County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Essex -- Salem
Coordinates: 42.516845 x -70.898503 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., no. 1 (July 23, 1807)-no. 151 (Dec. 31, 1808) = Whole no. 749-901 ; v. 9, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1809)-v. 40, no. 105 (Dec. 31, 1840).
General Note: Publisher varies: Palfray & Chapman, <May 9, 1836>-
General Note: Motto: "Here shall the people's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by gain; Here patriot truth its glorious precepts draw, Pledg'd to religion, liberty and law."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02260830
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System ID: UF00073197:00002
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Preceded by: Friend (Salem, Mass.)
Preceded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1802)
Succeeded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1841)

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cesco Michelo was the only son of a ca
penter, who resided at Teripio, a tow
in the island of Sardinia ; he had two si

$4 A YEAR-PAYABLE ISAL. YEARLY. tears younger than himself, and had on:
attained his tenth year, when a fire, which
S..'e. .. .. fmorethan half square, $150 broke out in the house of his father, r
-11,r l1rei '.,: iw.-, once a iveek, or in three papers ,
I- ,.*'': ... ..t ,e option of the advertiser; 161 duced it to ashes, and consumed the un
Ter1o ,1 .. .,. ,:itional insertion. fortunate carpenter in the ruins. Total]
JAlvertisenaents not exceeding half a square, .81 ruined by this frightful event, the who
f' ;,- lr.- sertioes, as above; 12 cents for each family were left destitute on the world, an
r i .lh- t'.d insertion. were forced to implorethe.eharityofstram
P. o I,, noticess of every kind, not exceeding one we oretoi 'Spl thehart of
a,. re. -r l 50. for three insertions, once a eek. ges, in order to supply the urgent nece
6 1-1 its a line will be charged for notices of sites of each succeeding day. Ever
m ne'tlii "": .r 'political and other purposes, notices of morning, little Francesco was despatche
iv'-..tie .-., rds, &c. for one or tivoinsertions. 'to seek relief from the numerous friend
'.t unications sent by mail should be post of his father, but alas it is' but a wea
-ai ,. o is l ,iu resource, and an uncertain support, which
Vt ..i (i '. immediatef usine Is-el extrais ad is founded on the crimmiseration of other
"'." ~~em:. 1 -'u, as auctions, probate notices, c; s ent At length, tired of hlis vain attempts t
Sby PL. .. ',st be paid for at the usual rates. support his indigent parent by the extort
.-Vo p .e'r discontinued till all arrearages are ed kindness of others, and grieved at se
.,, .' '.e option of the publishers. Persons ing her and his sisters pining in destitution
Vr ; It,. (,"- p a p er s d i sco ntin u ed miu st g ive n oti ce 1, 1.; & ,
paper s disco notic before his eyes, necessity and tenderness
s .,.- a Office. conspired to urge iim o to exertion and 'i
.*. ..u...enu yt;.. -'e tt .: wi"h laths, and wit
Pt E ; P~ .1 I -R some little difficulty, a cage, ofconsidera
1" ble dimensions, and furnished it with et
." :'. From the Knickerbocker. ery requisite for the reception of birds
TO A WARM WIND IN WINTER. and Nvhen spring returned, lie proceed
to the woods in the vicinity of Tempi
SLow, sweet wiid, whose melody and set himself industriously to secure
Floats along the rippled sea, their nests of young. As he was skilfi
Why, to ride the curling foam, at the task and of great activity, he wa
Didst thou leave thy pleasant home? not long before lie became tolerably suc
For thy motion soft and slow, cessfuh he climbed from tree to tree, an
And thy voice so sweet and low, seldom returned without his cage bein
Tell of milder climes tlan this, well stored with chaffinches, linnets, black
Far beyond the blue abyss! birds, wrens, ring-doves, and pigeons.-
Dot thou come from AraEvery week Francesco and his sister
Do thou ecoe from Amersbey, carried their little .favorites to the maike
Where eternal summers bef'Sassari, and generally disposed of those
Or where over ocean isles which were most attractive and beauty
Everlasting verdure smiles? ful.
Sporting under spicy trees, The object of their desires was to be abl
Singing where -the roses blow,- to iipport their helpless parents: but still
Coundst thou leave them,-wandering breeze,, all the assistance they were able to pro
For the land of cold and snow? cure for her was far from being adequate
Dost thou bring from Eastern bowersto-supply her numerous wants. In thi
Dost thou brig from Eastera bowrs, dilemrima Francesco conceived a new ani
irgs the birds away have d flowers? original method of increasing his gains
For thefbirds away have flown,- necessity is the mother of invention! and h
And the flowers are shrunk and gone! meditated no less a project than to train
s d tell tiem, how we long young Angora cat to live harmlessly in th
'tFor Ith roses and the song; 5 midst of his favorite songsters. Such i
Now, sweet wind, I warrilthee go,- the force of habit, such the power of edu
h le, ia only cold and snow! cation, that, by slow degrees, he taught
the mortal enaniny of his winged pets t
THC WIDOW'S MITE. live, to dfinkt to eat, and to sleep in the
Ft',f bert Mogo midst of his little charges, without onem
F. te ecet I tublishedrt attempting to devour or injure them. Thi
*e ; pe .cat, whom he called 'Bianca,' suffered thi
-A' Amid the.pompous crowd little birds to play all manner -of tricks
:Of rich adorer, came a humble form; with her; she used to leap about and spor
A % idow, meek as PoSert) doth. make amongst them, while they would sometimes
Her children! with a look of sad content peckl at and tease her ; but on all such oc
-.Her i.'r ,; ;thlin -ie tireui.ne-heap she cast- casions she would inerety stretch out her
'Then, timidly as bashful tuwiighs stole j -paw ..-d t :c.ta .:.]:m L: 't.... e :, r sh(i
From out the Temple. But her lowly gift extend her talons, or .offer' to hitit he
Was witness'd by an Eye Whose mercy views .companions.
In motive, all that consecrates a deed He went even farther ; for, not clnten'
To goodness: He blessed the widow's mite with teaching them merely to live in peace
Beyond the gifts abounding health bestow'd. and happiness together, lie instructed the
Thus is it, Lord! with ihee; the heart is thine, cats and the little birds to play a kind o
And all the world ofhidden action there game, in which each had to learn his own
Works in thy sight, like waves beneath the sun, part, and after some little trouble in train
Conspig, aosch perform with readiness the
Conspicuous! anda thousand nameless acts partictilar duty assigned to it. Puss was
That lurk in owly secrecy, d die instructed to curl herself into a circle,with
Unnoticed, like the trodden.flowers that fall her head between her paws, and appeal
Beneath a proud man's foot, to thee are know buried in sleep : the cage was then open-
And written with a sunbeam in the Book ed and the little tricksy birds rushed out
Of Life, where mercy fills the brightest page! upon her, and endeavored to awaken het
.* ... ..... .... by repeated st-rokes of their beaks : tIhen
Ar"ri-ScarrToaA, A Reverend Clergyman dividing into two lYarties, they attacked
-pastor of a city congregation-forgetting tle bib- her head and her whiskers, without the
oant gentle animal's ontce appearing to take the
lical precept,. "Let him that is on the house top not lent an.mals ote appearing to take the
tome down," and taking not 'heed to his footsteps,' tims she ould st herself in tbo. At otid
fell on Wednesday, with an avalanche of snow -ie of the .cage, and beri i to n ith he
die of the cage, and begin to smooth her
which anticipated his intention to remove it from the fur, and purr with great gentleness and
-pof of "his own hired house," from the cavesto the satisfaction; the birds would sormeimesn
street, a distance of about thirty feet. lie soon re- even settle on her back, or sit like a crown
covered from the shock, and was able to walk into upon her head, chirruping and singing as
the house. We are happy to learn that he has re- if in all the security of a shady wood.-
ceived no-serious injury, & proposes as his next text, To see it sleek and beautiful cat seated
t'Let him that standeth take heed lest he fall." caltrily in the midst of a cage of birds, was
Boston 'ranscript. a sight so new and unexpected, that when
Francesco produced them at the faith' of
A woman recently died in Italy, who had at- Sassari lie was surrounded instantly by a
gainedd the advanced age 142 years, after having crowd of admiring spectators. Their as-
bicen blessed with eight husbands, the last of tonishI.nent s. cely ke ay bound,
whomhas survived her. The disconsolate wid- whtonithet searc ely knew any boundfetheed
power, who is in his 62d year, became enamor- ea h calach feathered
pd of 'his better half when he himself had just favorite by its name, and saw it fly to-
it- .1 his 20th year, and his bride had comple- wards hitrm with .delight and alacrity. till
ted her century. Malevolent tongues insinuate all were perched contentedly on his head,
that his love was influenced more by the pleas- his arms, and his fingers.
i ', ipi,:n of a rich inheritance by his Delighted with his ingenuity, te spec-
d :' than herncharms. If stich were tmstoh
p-he case, his dreams of bliss were not realized a meaarded him liberally and Fran-e
Snitil 42 years had rolled over his head, and he cesco tued in the evening with his lit
ad i.a,.l mant. a i-e of the various merits of tle heart swelling with joy, to lay before
her f:.rm.-r .i:.juitr.. The eldest of the lady's his mother a sum of money which would
,surviving daughters is 90 years of age, conse- suffice to support her for many months.-
,quently she was born in her mother's 62d year. The next undertaking of the little Sardin-
1The daughter is herself a great grandmother. ian was one. of.more enterprise and singu-
DEATH OF A SwEE'.-On Friday, a little larity.still. He found one( day a nest con
black boy, named Bob, while employed in taking fifteen young partridges, which lie
sweeping a chimney at Holt's hotel, stuck fast brought to his aviary, and began to edu-
m the flue, and before hlie could be extricated, cate. Five, however, died within a few
or indeed before it was known that his life was days, but thIe remaining ten fully answer-
in danger, was, smothered to death. It was evi- cIc his hio-l..... i ...,
dent, from his appearance after death, that he wes highest. expectations. After sortie
had made a violentstruggletoextricate himself. a s of Previous training, lie contrived
In thle same establishment, before the hotel tach them to little canons made of
was completed, little sweep descended one of. bass, and taught them to draw leisurely
the flues by way of experiment, and would along a table. He then drew them up in
'have lost his life, but for his cries theing heard two files, each girt with a sabre, and the
by persons on the roof. It was found impossi- other appurtenances of a soldier of artil-
mle to dra hty upwdeand heewas cutOt ltery; evey bird was taught to stand mo-
York Coi.ne b. tonless besides his gun, and at the .word
of command, the partridge toa the- right lit
The Somerset Journal states that at Norridge- a match at a chaffing dish on the table,
wock, on Friday morning last, the thermome- and courageously fired off hIis piece of ord-
ter stood at 32 degrees below zero. This, says nance. At a second command, tIhe
the Journal comes within degrees oft tle cold company to the left performed thIe same
last.wintr .,, 'exercise; nor were either, afuesr a little
Spanis .zs_ -- practice, in the least degree terrified at
*-00 Sen Sh C ,'gar. iSof a the noise which they had created. -At
WM JM quality-tor sale by a third signal, a few of the little war-
W. R t.ORTQIN. Holyuke Pice. riors fell over on their sides, stretched
Feb8 out their stiffened lumbs, and counterfeited


two days, I shuddered to think how near aid enjoining secrecy upon them-is aw-. own lips, which they have offcrd to others? answered by a written com at bt
I iavy have been, .innocently on my part, fully alarming The secrecy, I say, sir, Be it remembered, sir, that the Executive atab, which also,1 amn told, woutd not have been an-,
brought to aid in an unpardonable 'crime 'implie, some object in the amendment ducts our foreign relations-kh ha- k1 nw1 the swered, hut .fr.a irc ..tte ,.... *iue n''.


No. 13.



death; whilst others flew off limping anid against my country f Would all the pro- which is not expressed. What was that chances and dangers of war much better than,
i- screaming with the pain of their wounds. testations of innocence, made with all the object ? Were three millions wanted for we. Ay, sir, some JflVYELOP.MENTS, we know,
r- The commandant again -beat a roll ol fervor of honest siicLrl;:y, have saved my a peace establishment Certninlv not, were withheld fi'ni. us. If the coutiry should
*n the drum, and all flying to the ranks, re- humble name from the everlasting suspi- in the estimation of the Executive, or. it have heen prepai'ing for war, then should not
s- sumed their order, and repeated their in- cion of being particeps criminis? Sir, if would long ere theu have been recoma- the President have been making some recom- '
ly gertious evolutions. Among the feathered harm to the country Was meant, it was the mended. If for peace, lie should have mendations of the kind? Should he not be
eh pupils of Francesco, however, all were interposition of that Divine Providence given us information nt the previou-s ses- warmendation ofthe ExecutvWhre are timates,
e- not endowed with equal sagacity and tal- which has ever watcried over the destinies sion. Without doubt the President did tile messages, the Eomnmnications of the De-
n- ent ; some were intractable and stupid, of this republic, to guard it from secret not suddenly find out, on the last day of parrtnents, up to this very week of this session?,
ly whilst others betrayed an instinct almost and open, foreign and domestic foes, and the last Congress, that three millions were None, no, not one!: Was the President for war.
le amounting to reason. Of the latter class, which "bringeth good out of evil." that the wanting for a peace establisihmneiin. No, during the last session? When did lie call, or
id was one partridge, which he named Roso- appropriation wa- nqot made. The coast it was not for peace. intimate a call, for.the defence of the country?
n- letta. She followed him with the attach- remains :iiit. tIi-.:.f, but better so than Was it for war? 'No. The house ws te Nay has not this session, until th Sc presentary of
s- ment of a dog ; she hopped after him that our fortifications or our standing art- unacquainted with any such object. It is week, fiisthed your co:iunttee ton naval f-
y from house to house, when he walked the my should now be bristling with armament true, I believe, the president was for ,var fairs with the estimates, the ordinary estimates,
d streets of Tempio, and flew from tree to against our own ill.. i i r., Look upon at the last Congress, and I do not know ofappropriaton ?
ds tree when he wandered in the woods, and what may have been the intention and the that lie has alighted from his war-horse And here, sir, I must be permitted to vindi-.
ik rarely by night or day did she lose sight result G.:,.1 A.hi,,'.., may have sent an yet. But, sir, if war was in the wind, the cate the notable minority of eighteen! I intend
hi of her affectionate master. .especial pli..i i.l prevent the bill house was deceived, completely deceived, to do that now-to mark facts hereafteras we,
s.- With a docility by no -means common Irorn passing, .... ,- ,:he government by the chairman of the committee on for- aoulonoaf rore ents y -foi
to in birds, Rosoletta not only obeyed her in- from ruin, and r, .'.,es of innocent eign affairs, who but the day before, WTH- never to leave the denfice of my acts i one
t- s:ructor herself, but seemed to penetrate men from eternal ......, and reproach t)E W his re'sotOtion upon French rela- Congress to any subsequent Congress which.
e- his wishes with regard to her companions; Tie gentlemnain i ,,a n ..' York (Mr C.) uouns, declaring that "contingent prepara- may follow. Yes, sir, no estimates were fur-
en and even sometimes ventured to assist may- set it down a.i one merit of his trick, tion should be made for war." And here, rnsihed the committee to which I belong by the.
uss him in the education of his more giddy of his intrigue, tl' i :iay have saved the si.r, let me say, to the gentleman from Navy Department.,this, winter until they were.
n- pupils. If a chaffinch, more '-r pidJ or goerninent. l .l,..i 1t .efeat the Massachusetts (Mr Adams) that lie could "ked ot fit. If t was so great a sinnotto
th mutinous than the rest, put his comrades --.- 01 ...i :,' .. I .. i... c. po have inlrred flro. tho resohlt.on "to ate l ilions additional for the increaseoftheo
a- in disorder,-or a thoughtless linnet wan- greater .ni-, .. ,. .It is now ..,,. d1. tu, tpon, the < :, ..,t of the treaty" upntothisti wite r itwie .e.o
v- dered from the ranks, Rosoletta would in- Yes, sir, i '. ..J is now know, the with France, that preparation for war was elected that, on thu 11th of January, the honor-
s stantly follow, and striking the offender sins of that: awful ,. Ili, the 3d of March, necessary, because such an inference was arle hairmain di'o t committeeoa'unaval affairs,
,d with her wing, attempt to keep him in or- 1S35, may have sa e ged o nmn pcludd by the withdrawal.o the express (Mr Jarvis) introdc.it a resolution "that thi
o, der. Francesco had once been at great We now kno', Mr Speaker, that you resolution to make the contingent prepar- committee on naval affairs be instructed to in-
re pains to train a beautiful goldfinch, but knewv the president desired this immense ation of war. I ask, then, was the object qfre into the expediency of increasing the na-.
'ul one morning the ung ateful little bird es- appropriation, and that you kept it secret, of this amendment to make secret prepar- tiorce votedamission. it, and was thrown, by
as caped from his cage, flew to an open win- and requested, >tis's to say nothing about action for war?, Did the chairman of the. my good friends'in this House, into notable
c- dow, and reaching the adjoining garden, it I can conjecture no good object in committee on foreign affairs (Mr Cam- minority of eighteen. To vindicate that eight-
d was seen no more. The little merchant keeping that secret. Can any gentleman brleeng) suppose that the resolution to aen, and to exemplify fully the exact man!u-.
g was in despair at his loss ; the more so, give me any readsn why the'"views" and mI.ke contingent preparation for war, vre of the three millions amendment' last ses-
,k because lie had promised him to the wishes of the executive were not made which he withdrew, would be published sion, sir, i must detail to you a short history of'
daughter of a lady from whom lihe had re- known. in foreign journals as well as our own,the ti the case. Sometime previous to
rs ceived much, kindness. Five days laps. Sir, if a dsotsm is to be sprung upon and that, taken in connection with the ot- the honorable chairman, (Mr Jarvis) he and I
et ed, and the little wanderer returned not; us, for mercy sPske let it be known, that er resolution, to insist upon the execution wore Walking on that highway of the nation-
e lie had given him over for lost, when-,on .we tmay strike it down or escape from it if the treaty, the two would he regairded .Pennsylvania acenie. We met, sir, a distin,
i- the sixth morning Rosoletta, was seen Let us see :,i.t mioiv it is approaching,- by France as a threat when this amend- gRished meniber ofthe Board ofNavy Coninis'.
chasing before her along the lindin trees, that we may stand and strike, or, like our ment, thus clandestinely smuggled into an son'r-a commodore, who shared inn th uaval.
"figoits and victories of the last war, We stop-.
e a bird which was screaming at the top of fathers, "take the wings ofthe morning, ordinary appropriationi bill, would attract ei1 ; old a conves'of t list war t We stop-s
lI its voice,, and attempting by every means and fly to the uttermost parts ofthe earth" no notice at home or abroad, and we at er-of t Department whih that frankly ad fitte
)- to escape from her. Rosolettaled the way to escape its iro, grasp and find a home the same time could attain thy objects of that our Navy required a large appropriation,
e by little and little 'before him, and at for the free ,L;' not give is "a secret des- the resolution which he withdrew ? much larger apropriation than had been called'
s length seated him in apparent disgrace in potism!i If there is an unpardonable po- If such was..his policy, why did he not for by the secretary, and saild that, 'if we got
d: a corner of the aviary, whilst she flew litical sin, it is t'ie intent and the overt act make it known to his committee, if not in into a war with France, we 'should be whip-,
; from side to side in triumph at her sue- to bring about a secret despotism. I ask, debate, and let it be understood geneitilly ped for the first three years.'-
ecess. why was so muchi secresy in relation to in the house? Is this to be the pretext ? 'We, sir,' Ireplid, 'if w are to be rubbed
a Francesco was now happy., nd content- the views of the executive necessary? Was Were we to have a war in disguise? Were fr that length of time, I think we had better
e ed, since by his own industry and exer- there more meatt than was expressed by we steal upon our enemy? Does it be- ter bgin to pree i before ossible."
is tions he was enabled to support his moth- that amendineit ? I confess, sirt, I am come a nation like this to put a dagger up lie said, 'after we were whipped for about that
- er and sisters. Unfortunately, however, bewildered and amazed The chairman sleeve, like an assassin? I protest against length of timo we would begin to get ready,'
t in the midst of all his happiness, he was of the committee of ways and means cov- secret preparations for war, supported by and begged the honorable chairman and myself'
o suddenly torn from them by a very griev- ertly whispering the wish of the executive secret appropriations Would war h have to have an eve to the necessities aytd want of'
e ous accident. He was one evening en- to have placed at his disposal 3,000,000 been now raging or not, Congress or no the Navy,,
e gaged in gathering a species of mushroom dollars, and enjoining secresy can Congress, if that amendment had passed? Sir, I am willing to take althe responsibility
e very common in the southern countries of conceive of no conduct so, reprehensible, Save me from the question which belongs to me, an d sometime s mars,
e Europe; .but not having sufficient discrimn- so odious, so abominable Done, too, by But, for the objects of ar or of peace, fifth I had ben to suspect what I suspectstill,
s nation to separate those which are nutri- "a member of the Democratic Republican amendment had been in proper form, I put it that this French war is but a mere key to un-.
t tious from those that are poisonous, he party"-done by a Representativeof free t embes of the last Congress if therelock the Treasury, and that Congress is to ba.
s ate of them to excess, and died in a fcv people! Sir, I was about to say that the os ly necessity of ecresy? Neither.Arn made, through the cry of national defence, ta
x ,a n.,we,"t nor Navy was in a proper condition for pt-ace ake the responsibility oftu'ingit,sid open
- days, along with his youngestt sister, in executive would not dare to impart a se- or for war, and the Departments had the take the responifiluy of turning it, and open
r spite of every remedy which skill could cret of that .ort to ANY PATRIOT in Co0- reasons in tIe woaild for an honestan ann op t hod hae tor be reqited and the a ro-
, apply. During the three days of Frantes- gress: he, an, .;'an wo loved his country, course. Sir, how much do you suppose pth iion be p r, te prase all wo uld be
S -- I.. prt opai
p co's illness, his bira nlew ief.., '"- -..* f '."0, communication Socretry of the Navy now asks asan addition- suted to the Executive, who had not recoam-
round and round his bed : 'some,' says the wlth ,.h,, 2 r ., ind have expos'o *--. o.un to v1 yur y in trimn m. cd, d it; and if annecesarv and unpopular
t Abbe Reperonei (aln Italan, whlo recounts .it on the spo'tl11 I b pardon from my J Oi Well, 's' R e w wr it, the ciuraes and thiie blamne wouid hca-re to fall
Abb IRperonia liaswIhohaveeshointyon, on the..,g
is stl y) 'lying sadly upon his pillow, friend from Tenneece, (Mr Lea) for saty- sonin, ae o Congress. 1, therefore, sir, was determined
e others flitting backwards and forwards .- t"g tIs so strougly, as he did not a-was then, I say, as this their own estimate tsear as 'ouldtbaock te game-to mak,
f hove his head, a few uttering brief but notnce the fact a soon as he was told of shows, reason enough for a grant of supplies, ws willing andhm til, to vote for any re
plaintive cries, and all, itm fact, taking it. I know, sir, he was honest, and I which might have been honestly and openly sonableoappropriatio, ifealled for, but I was
scarcely any nourishment during his sick- know the circumstances under which t-he stated to us. Why was not this estimate then determined to know what additional appropri-
ness.' None of his feathered favorites secret was whispered into his ear. It no madeasitisnow? I mean, in a word, was ation would be 'in accordance with the views
manifested on his decease su'ch real and doubt did not strike him then as it strikes there any object besides peace establishment for of the Executive,' before the election of the
1 inconsolable grief as Rosoletta. When menow.-Sir, if we are to have a despot- be attained bythe thor war, wich wallions amendmto next ConesAccordinglyir, it was pro
r poor Francesco was placed in his coffin, ism, I pray Heaven again, it may come I fear, sir, that a war upon heTreasury, posed in the Committee on Nayal Affairs to,
- she flew round and round it,and at last upon us in a bold and manly way. Let purposes of Governmentpatronage, rather than any additional appropriation for the increase ot
t perched upon the lid. In vain they seve- the man who is to subdue our liberties a war upon France for honor or treaty, was the Navy was required. This inquiry was di-
r ral times removed her ; sihe still returned, come with the ,boldness of a Napoleon-- meant then, and is meant now! Millions of reacted to be made by our honorable chairman,
iand even persisted in accompanying the let him, in the sight of ill the People, put your public money, which is appropriated for (Mr J.usvs,) some time before he offered hi'
funeral procession to the place of graves. on the Imnerial Purple and the Crown the public good, are, by some legerdemain, resolution of the l]tb inst. and was then peind
appropriated into the pockets of the pets of in,. No answer had been returned to the
During his interment she sat upon an ad- We will then know the worst and can pre- "the party." Your Navy, for iustance, since C No sittee odNaval Affairseturn t the
Joining cypress, to watch where they laid pare lie armor of our defence. I could the last war, I am told, has cost you, sir, sixty- now an answer had been Affaiien to the honora-
the remains of her friend ; and when the admire while I should strike the tyrant of five millions of dollars, and for that sum you ble chairriian. Now, sir, when the honorable
crowd had departed, she forsook the spot genius and brave ambition, whoswould at- have got afloat in commission, 1 ship of the chairman offered that resolution, will it be be-.
r no more, except to return to the cottage tempt to seize upon our liberties by force. line, 4 frigates, 11 sloops of war, and 6 smaller ieved that he knew, for answer fi'om the Sec-
j of his mother for her accustomed food.- But, of all despotisms, that brought upon vessels The United States has, I am told, sir" retary, that he (the Secretary,) had declined to,
While she lived, she cae daily to perch aten million of op People, a confiding, a ml s of property in the Pacific, answer the inquiry of the committee ? When
s While she lived, she cattle daily to perch an-i ,., People, a confidtings, around Cape ITorn, one half of which-more the honorable chairman offered that resoIuton
Sand to sleep upon the turret of an adjoin- gene ....' ople, through the imps,han the whole nont of e French treat e no had thatresolut
ing chapel, which looked upon his grave ; is, se. t,.. and pensioned trained might be struck off at a blow by three French ready in ot statired, and could get no answer. I
and here she lived, and here she died, a- bands of SECRET CORRUPTION, is the most frigates, and you have on that station, I be- did not know then, though a member of the
bout four monloths after the death of her loatthesome, the most despicable, the most lieve, one frigate and two sloops of war! Yes, committee, that our inquiry had been refused
Beloved master. T1he tomb of Francesco to be. dreaded! sir, I have all along thought that it was high an answer, and thought it wasstill.pending, if'
is yet to be seen in Sassari ; and the but'- Sir, I remember well that when, that tm were sakig pepa'ation. I thought still pending, I thought the reAolution superero-
Sial ground where lie, lies is still called the night, two of m oea s (essrs so, for tworeasons; I knew we were not pn gatory. To acei-tain whether our inquiry ha
C etr of the Littleoler. don and Gostr espectable peace tishent,and Ithought beenanswered, it will be recollected that I at-
Cemetry of the Little Fowlet.", dol ant Gholen)'waarned us against trus- what I think now, that war is not an inlproba- tempted to ask a question of the honorable
ting so much to thle executive, I for one ble thing when General Jackson desires it. 1 chairmnanbefore I opposed his resolution; that
[CONCeUDED.] tin or anti-adtininistion measure." I than ever am I for making preparation when I same subject of the resolution which we had
But now, sir, I should like to know, I thought so in truth & honest sincerity. It fear that the question of peace or war depends already anticipated, had been answered by the
havpon one man alone-he has enough to doa his Department? And I hope itis still remembered
have a right to inquire, whether the inge- was expressly denied by genthemen of' bidding here and elsewhere-mland when I onc -by the hions how I wasprevented from obtain-.
-nious, ambiguous, doubtful wording of the "'party," (Cnn .' the rps by a gentle atattrer ")am elsew e ai n at 1i look by th hou.se3 how I was prevented fro obtain-t
nious, ambiguous, doubtful wording of tIne partyty" (a.,: .., th'e rest iY a gentle- at ournstrength compared with that ofothor na- ing t he answer which I desired from the hon-.
this amendment had any covert and treach- main from North Carolinai, Mr Bynum,) tions. ooablne airnwc. I asked the question;
ero-is meaning? If so, if this appropria- that the president had called for this ap Tho naval forces ofthe United States, France, a chairman n was rising to answer, when th
tion was for secret service 'money-if it propriation, and they contended that we and Great Britain, are: Saeakv 'asked, 'Does the gentleman from Vir-
was-a man-trap, a ., r. i. ihnt-i-rt ti,. I say, had no right' to infer that it was his wish 7 C rtim imiid ginia yield the floor?' 'Yes, to have his question
with all the energy i.. I', : ...' I an, the tlyhen I .in i .:. hornet to myy good con- d -iiSi, r lin. F.ri.' ". ar. Stmw-s. v. answered by the gentleman fnom Maine,' (Mr
conRUPTION,' the TREASON, which 'set,it, stituents-, an. was arraigned tfor voting United States, 1 4 11 0 6t JARavis.) The question was repeated, andagain'
should be hurled from its high seat, sli hut' 3 tiions to the president to do with as Francc, 6 16 -39 4 59 and agin interrupted by the Speaker in thi
er that seat be in this house or the l white h,.: i. 'i-:..', I vindicated myself most sue- Great Britain, 10 15 73 13 53 same way, until I gave up, sir, min despair, the.
luc itise there was thus" iI t e-,t,-l t ~ ]orrce .floa u m. l Bm lil'sm g. atte .]pt to- obtain the answ er w which w as so nee-
house Ifthere was any tling foul,:',1e, ,e.f(ull. fim this charge of man-worship United States, 11 14 d'l 1 -6 es's-y ib the coarrect inefotmatrion ofthe house.
or fatal, intended by this trap, I am iiiao- by sltu rire these very deniials that it was France, 57 64 388 23 1,0 It was the first time since I have been a irem-
cent! .'Was I duped.? Was I imp..l.,-,I the t1 ,ii, the president to have this tip- Great Britain, 12) 138 i( 26 166 her, sir, that I ever saw a gentleman thus inter-
on ? Is it not too had that the House, or In' "ri'ii made, It was over & often re- $;'20,552,000 additional appropriation is re- erupted and positively prevented from obtaining
the Senate, should be, charged, with this peatad ir yotir presence Mr Speaker, and quired to give; us our relative naval strength, n answer to an inquiry for information cour-
individual ft and, and that those very per- "ill thir of the Clhairman of the Committee compared with France and Great Britain, teously put to a nmeimberin his seat.
sons who did the wrong, who are thini,. ''i Fut.-i n '\."i (Mr C.(that the Pres- ,, ",' pi ann 1un required irton t years, But, sir, I can confirmairetnard k which was
s git of. -t h is-mis era ble t i o f ', ,t' di i 't 11 "l tie ""prcu.rt.t...s"Cam to attan and keep afloat such a forci un made the other day, that the bpeakor may, if'
selves guilty of tls n miserable trick of ,.l ..ht1 J t l d it I the appropriation, and Itiink, sir, wh.n wo hook upon this com- heo will, by tanv tricks upon order and courte-
ting this government-trap, should now l..; hr-t no 11:,m, tl ,i...;,,ie, could be impeach- pnarative statement, we cannot say vto "PFt'ce as sy tooe, exercise undue powers over the procee-
setting the Senate and the House by the ed f.ir mautn-w.'- lp tvho vited for it. And did the wolf to tlie lamni in the fle-','Tis dings of this body. So it was ; an honest inqui-
ears for the responsibility of their own it w .is I''eqi|ueii' asked whether we crime nouough that she cannot resist!" ry vas, it soCmned to me designedly, stifled its
wrongs-that they should now be hissing wo-iul, .ii,,iroi ,ate su large a'sum without And I think that this will show us sir, that, the case which I put. Their answer was not oh-.
on the quarrel, and chuckling 'in their a call from the President. You, sir, and if war was expected or intended, there was a tailed, which if it hal been obtained, I fla.ter
cunning device I do corintenn and ab- the other gentlemian, knew the secr-et, strong necessity to conmence preparations for imyslf thr would ave bee appretly it
hor-I do denounce them and their de- were present, and neither corrected the wam Oraon m dourearnr 'sstrength, should able chairman, or there would have been no
vices! The are caught! Let them hang denials, nor answered the inqtrmines! SI', long ago, say I, have admonished the watchful minority of 18. The resolution passed with a
their heads, the guilty wretches, in eter- you permitted truth to fall in the streets. guardians oft' the nation to be making ready. vote m th atttiv of 94. And what then
nal shame Their guilt is established be- Inowving the secret, and not dis-closing it, Th.y have been furiously charging upon oth -' di the committee on naval aftaira d:o, ? How
yond all controversy by parole and record would have been bad enough ; but know- ers, upon the S.enate of last Congre-as, ifor not 'mqiquir into the expediency of incre(.ing the
proof, and I here hold them up tothe lash ing it, and keeping it confidentially-not P"tting the country in ,a state ofdef ac'. And niral for n ma coim'isi, witho ,ing right
a i d g a ,e -. uh .e t i i to u t o'- n r.d i nos y',s if if t can be show n that they are this b-ick to tth DDcpaurmsent, which had -already
of an indignant people !Sir, when tils disclosing t to but one or two individuals, "n' ", .. nL ihwlat ,-once ,rf sd o na: -r th ver --am inuir- y
t t mea ,(,.d *i "r. T writ e 't i t h t ii -te 'uiriiest of tho (i uile v in tiyu s t igh ohg lnimce, what o te mef.se d e answer n e t er .'y mam inquiry.'
statement (holding up Mr. .Lea's written. tlat w ith the view, too, of obtain teimr shall be done with the culprits? Sh tel- sy We did order a written inquiry to be imenli
statement) was made to mte within the last votes tfor tle grant of the three nmllicns' not have the poisoned chalice-retourned to their ately dirasct d to tohe Secrotary, which is io,.rt

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*hlch i am not authorized to namee. Yes, r, iEvery 'man in thie government is now au- i, indeed, considered to be so satisfactory, tit' From Uthe Boston .uAtlas of Salurdaly. riois at Taliia, whf willi be employed ill the i
the answer has at last come, and what does I theorized and franked to electioneer, from In- it leaves the FrenchGovernment no just ground L ATEST FROM FLORIDA. same way. The services of the remnant
it disclose ? Why, that the Department does dian agents and postmasters up to the president. to qiuarfel even on points of etiquette, or to de- Our attentive correspondent has sent us ad- of the Appalachicola Indians have also been
want more than six millions for the Navy alone! We have now a president electioneering for his lay any longer the payment of the mindemnity.- i ftio Tallahassee to the 28th of January. engaged. Removing the Indians heyoid the
TheDepartmentofWaralso has, within this successor, and it is time the nation was told of An exprres was instantly, sent off to Paris on 'liac(oinI in the New York Journal of Corn- aississippi-answers tolerably well, when we
week crept out of its shell, and called for more' it with the voice of a trumpet Sir, since the the arrival of the Meisage in town last nigghtg so ee ofa second battle near Camp King be- can do no better; but it is doubtless a much
than five millions! Eleven millions now in- publication of that letter of outrageous dictation that the French Government will be in posses- tw.Lr >ot. Clinch, and thle Seminole Chief more expeditious s costly plan to set
than five rnilGio.s! E l venhmilliont'lowS[nbennolecC hief m ore expeditious and less costly plan to s t
stead of three, actually wanted, ard if wanted and of justification of 'the ,government patron- sion of it this evening, and before the- Cham- jowel!,who is said to have been killediswithout them to killing one another. Besides, when it
now was wanting on the 3d of March, 1,835, age in conflict with the purity of elections,' that hers proceed to any business of importance. tbundation, i comes by the roundabout way comes to a massacre, it will be very convenient
and-no call, -no recommendation, no estimates, letter to a member of the Tennessee legislature, 2 o'clock. of Baton Rougu In Lotuisanna, and is evidently to have some Indian allies to throw the blame
until almost this very moment!! Now, sir, which appears in the government official,and is Although the absence of great number of an exag".rated story of the battle on the With- upo'n.
does this needcenomment! Has there not been there not only justified but lauded, claiming the the loading operators on the Stock Exchange icoocheo, which took place on the 31st of ...
clearly an attempt to shuffle off responsibility on right to employ all his constitutional powers to on account of the holidays, precludes any thing Deceniber,-of which we liad intelligence a fo:t- O 1 E S
Conge'ss? Is it not a plain case that "the par- expunge a resolution of one branchofcongress, like extensive business in the British Stocks, night ago. A glance at the map will satisfy a- O
ty," and its Departments have been longing, and the right to interfere with the independence yet the Message of the President of the United ny one that no late news from that part of Flor- In the Senate, on Monday, Mr Clayton, of Dela-
wishifully fora fill sweep at -the public coffers, of state and federal legislatures, I feel constrain- States is so generally approved of, as likely to ida, can come by this circuitous routte. The waire, concluded 'his speech on Benton's Resolu-
but they wanted you and me to take out the ed by the love I bear my country, to 'cry alouend pave the way to a speedy arrangement, that it story is unworthy of the slightest credit for a- tions; Messrs White and Grundy made some expla-
-motey for then ? If we refuse, theory is rais- and spare not!' Sir, I wish to see the public has given a decided stimulus to prices this another reason, which is, that we have dates nations-when Mr Benton took the floor, repeating
ed 'You are against defending the country; mind concentrated on these facts., morning' fom Tallahassee to the 28th-and from St. hisformer denunciations of the Senate, and making
the next step for you isto join the enemy [Conclusion on Thursday.] The Morning Post, of the 31st, groans over Augustine to the 29th of January, the former in a fatlons 6nset upon the French Government.
Sir, 'will not put my hand into the treasury the.necessity which custom has imposed,'of the western part and the latter in the eastern The following highly important Message was on
f the people until I know specifically, for Important frlbmn Europe. publishing the President's Message, which it part of Florida, at which period no such itn- Monday tiansmitted.by the President of the United
what their toney is to be expended. Why' Arrival of the Presid(lent's Message in Eu- -very justly denominates "a verbose and prolix portant news had reached either place. The. States to bothl Houses of Congress:
Sir, even after the huse had adopted the reso rope-Acceptance of the Mediation by document." "The Message might, for real in- last engagement took place on'the 9th of Jan. To the Senate and House of Repreentaives.
lutionto inquire, and before an answer, by some r 1 an F K s p h, ti formation, have been-comprehended within a near the Suwauneo river between a company The Government of Great Britan has offered its
ne mode of appropriating, the committee of 1'rance- -ench K gs Speech, c. very narrow compass, and would have been of volunteers under the command of Capt. An- mediation for the adjustment of the dispute between
ways and means, to insure relief to tlhe secreta- NEW YORK, FEB11. much more intelligible to the mass of the in- gusts _Alston and the Indians, in which the In- the U. States and France. Carefully guarding thai
ry, I suppose, reported an increase of two il By the packet ship EN Capt. WA habiants of the Unite States, and much more dians were routed aid some numbers slain. Tieohe pointinthe controversy, which, as it involves our
-lions to the ordinary navy bill,, voluntarily, and whicharrived yesterday from Liverpool,whence useful for general readers." loss of the volunteers was very inconlidcra- hoand independence, adnts of no compromise,
without any call ort infonination fom tle de shie sailed on the 1st of Joanuar-ydwe have re OPENING OF THE S SSION OF THE CHAM- ble. I have cheerfully accepted the offer.' It wil be ob>
partment, for aught we know Sir, this mode"ceived our regular files of Lndon papers to S OF THE CHAM- ble. I hae Ahlas. a the o w b
racCorrespondence of the Atlas. viously improper to resort even to the mildest meas-
of voluntarily appropriating enormous sums tihe 31st Of December inclusive. They contain BERS.
tvot eagy appihout estimates, without the gratifying intelligence"that France had ac- Chamber of Deputies-Royal Silhings. Tallahassee, Jn. 28, 1836. ures of a compulsory character, dirtil it is ascertcin-
Writo dt message, wr information, or res ponsibi- cep ted the mediation of reat Britain, whic PAris, Dec. 29. In llnmy lahistletter I gave you sonm3 aecount of ed whether France has declined or accepted ihe ime-
reco~mmAndation or information, or responsib- cttileed of GKing left .the TuilleRies, inhD s t9he detat of Major rDade by the Seminoles, ditio I therefore recommend a suspension of all
txy on the part of the executive, other than in fkect is announced in the King's Speech, deliver- carriage, accompanied y their Royal Highnesses and the entire destruction of the forces under proceedings on that part of my Special Message of
expending them, will soon corrupt.the govern- ed at the opening of the Chambes on the ti Duke de Nemoursand. Prince de Joinville his command. As this was one of the mostre- the 15th of January last, which proposes a partial
menti and make Congress but the mere tool~of 29th.
ment and make ,Congress but the mere nt The Paris Moniteur of the 28th also contaiiis His Majesty's carriage was escorted by a detach- markable actions in the whole history of In- non-intercourse with France. While we cannot too
the executive! Alid, now, sirwhat judgment n ent of the horse Nationhl Guard. The procession dian warfare, I will here give you such au- highly appreciate the elevated and disinterested mo-
shall be passed upon this same Secretarvy of the the following official announcement of the act on, as have been lives of the offer of Great Britain, and have a just
Navy, who admits now, by his own showing, ceptance of tle mediation :-- aSnd followed by so-, J.qI ,d1 .J..,s rth he Paris gar t- able to gather. For. the account of the, fi-hti reliance upon the great influence ofrthat power to
.Ionwdc.onsequence .of .hPfrisa-,h.eabe o ,ater o t e aco ntfofromf his,",P r"ig' npI
that more than six-millions are, and have been In consequence of the instructions from his, rson. On his ari,tl .at tie Chmn..er of Deputies, we are obliged to rely entirely on the stories of restore the relations of ancient friendship between
all the time, required for the "increase of the Court, His Excellency, Earl Granville, has pro- his Majesty was received by a .grand deputation of the three wounded men -who we e the only the Urited States and France, and know- too our
Navy," and vwho yet has never made any rec- posed to the King's Government, in a note dat- twenty members.' 11,t' Qu6n. ac,;oiIpanied by survivors on the part of the whites. own pacific policy will be strictly adhered to, until
iommnendation whatever, either to this or the ed the 25th instant,themediation of His Britan- the Princessts \Ad..,.1,, MAr.. w\, lem(entine, There were at Fort Brooke, Tama bay -. "-.d ,.i ...i.. .'-,,p..l, us to depart from it, we
last Congress, except for two frigates, three nic Majesty's Government to adjust the differ- were in the Royal G.,ry. O-r, I,;. Majesty'sen- companies of.regulars, partly soldiers who ,i,. l.'- .uld b.. b.*n: -, Ilto lh- exposed condition of our
sloops of war, and four steam vessels, which ence that has arisen between France and the tearing the Hall, loud e of -iet le Roi," were beenstationed there during. the suiimmer and country, and rget the lessons of experience, if we
was meant as an increase to thle peace estab- United States of North America. TheMinister raised. The King, after saluting the Assembly, de- partly trosw ', hohadarrivd since the did not efficetly and sedulously prepare for an ad-
lishment only, ,.p to this week of this, session ? of Foreign Affairs, in his reply, dated this day, livered the following Speech : p o p g ,. .. verse result. The peace of a nation does not de-
Gentlemen oonlyf11h)to ous weeefiPoofrhelanentarhe',ese.... .. ... I. pend exelusypn its own will, nor upon thebe-
Will the gentleman fi-om Kentucky (Mi3- Hawes) communicated to the Ambassador of Great "Gentlemen of the House of Peers, and of- the. io te an war. nese cmanien spend exclusively upon its own will, nor upon the be-
Snow embrace him in his mortification and re- Britain that the French Government acquiesced House of Deputies: ere ao ut f twol"e n ,undred and tywen- neficent poicy-of nei gnboring Powers; and that na-
gret, and hand,himn over to the execuitionei for in that proposition.' "On beholding you again around me I am happy out of the whole forceonehundred and twen- tion which is found totally unprepared for the exi-
not defending the country? The.President'smessage was receivedat Liv- to have to congratulate myselfland you uponte ty icked soldiers were selected to march to agencies and dangers of war, although it tome with-
situa'ion of our contr ,. alnip King, Ti~le distance is about one hun- toatv1 ing,-vnw ,_ .
Sir, ny distinguished friend from South Car- erpool on thle 28th December by thepacket ship situation of our country. Its prosperity daily in- Ki. Ti .dhistar b oes out having given warming, of its approach, is crinin-
olina (Mr Thompson) told the gentleman from Independence, and was.immediately forwarded creases; its internal t:...si iiii seems to he hence- d miles; and as the military road roses te ally negligent of its honor and duty.
New York (Mr Cambreleng) the other day that to London by express, and appears in most of forward sheltered against an attack; and that tran- ridgeo t sand hills which divide the waters I cannot too strongly repeat the recommendation
"it is the fashion of'the -party' not to shrink the papers of that city of the 30th. The mess- quillity ensures its power without., lowing into the gulph from those that fall into already made, to place the seaboard in a proper state
from responsibility." My honorable friend has age was also immediately forwarded fromLon- "The measures which you, adopted in the last the Atlantic, it passes most of the distance over af defence, and promptly to provide the means for
convinced me that he is a most excellent judge don to Paris, and was received there, as we session have attained the object which we proposed high grounds and through open woods. The amply protecting our commerce.
of men and things, but hIe was mistakepi that learn from a passenger, shortly after the deliv- in concert; they have consolidated public order and forces leftTampa on the 23d of December, ANDREW JACKSON.
time.' No sir! General Jackson, in perfect ac- ery of the King's speech. A private letter our institutions. I have been deeply touched with with one piece of artillery, and their necessary Washington, FeL. 8, 1836.
cordance with-his high toned independence of states that every other topic was absorbed in the sentiments manifested by Fiance towards my baggage and provisions. About twenty-five The Message was referred to the committee on
mind and action, assumes responsibility, but consideration of the Message. A slight change family and myself when, at r moment of sorrowful uiles from Tampa, the road crosses the. Hills- foreign Relations: .
"tlhe party" shrinks, and skulks, and dodges, in took place in tile English funds, Consols having recollection, Providence vouctsafed to preserve a life borough nver. There had .been a bridge a- the House of Rtpresentatives, on Monday;, the
S fear and trembling! When Jupiter saes the risen to 91 2-4 and 78. forever devoted to the servce 'of my country. cross it, but the bridge was destroyed and the resolution before presented on the subject of Slave-
fear" and u'emhling! When Jupiter shakes the risen to 91 2-4 and 7-. "An expedition nndertakeri for the security of fires were yet burning. This river has banks -, y rPcke"oSCwa"tdne-"r
S empyrean heights, all the Gods tremble!, When The Message is generally considered by the ou Aficn epo sse ndstais l s tb en"c n fues wert e urnig. Tis ve as anks ,y, by Mr Pinckneyof S. C., was -taken up. Mr
SJackson frowns and stamps his foot, rises in his London press as pacific in its character, and s bt thickly gr own up, nd would have frn P. explained his object in offering this resolution, to
eomlised uiabl tothehoor o France. I have ishied a very'good place for in anabuscadle and be a honorable, liber'daluand ut "tually satisfactory'
majesty, and says, "I take the responsibility!" there was no doubt that the mediation of Eng- with emotion behld the eldest omy r ace ied a verygood place for ante attack; but te Inas I s t and be an honorable, liberal ad mutually satisfactory
all the sycophants of "the party" quake with land would be the means of a successful termi- fatie and peril of our bra lvr soldiers., nearTack; but the Indias I supposethat the siought it too settlement of this deeply agitating anrd darrberous
fear Witness the-deposite question. When nation of. all .difficulties. The London Morn- haIve reason to cngratlate 'myself n earTamp erd trat thBe -d draw out a question. He believed it wouland a lbe approved by theof
the President went forth in doubtful contest ing Post says, "The language throughout is state of our relations with the mpean- Powers. might be heard atSome fiftBrook e and draw out ailesouthe northern and southern memb large porft whom heof
against-the Bank, there was a "little man" who calm and dispassionate, maintaining with prop- Our intimate union with Great Brit ain daily d raws further on, the road crosses the south' rk ofmiles the northern and southei members winth whom hepinion.
trembled from his hair to his heels [here some er firmness the dignity of the United States, closer, and every thing gives me confidence that tho tlrthel ontle os e, otherwise called the Afork of had consulted ned an attack made upon hiin this opinion.
one said he had no haitir]-right sirt, his head but unequivocally disavowing any intention to peace which we enjoy will not be disturbed. the Withacooshee, otherwise called the Ama- He noticed an attack made upon him n the Tele-
is bald, -from the crown, then, of his head to menace or insult-the French Government.- "My Government has continued to adopt on our zursage was not opposed. O e fift the a it false and scandalo posi.on, and pronounced
the sole of his feot. His knees smote together 'The offence alleged to have been given by the Spanish frontier the measures best calculated to ac- tropsagreached the north pp'ork of the fifth lacoo- the it alse mmond scandafollous.w.ed, ad opposed the relu-
with fight during-the battle, but, the moment highest functionary inl North America, is disa- complish faithfully the clauses o' the treaty of the troops reached the north fork of the withlacoo- Mr Hammond followed, and opposed the resola-
the victory was achieved, out sprang the Lilli- vowedin terms which the mostjesuitical reason 28th of April, 1834. I most ardently wish for the shee, some sixty miles from Tampa. The tidon altogether, in each of its objects. He denied
putian from behind the Old Hero, and strutted ing cannot mistake. We ask, therefore, wheth- internal pacification.of the Peninsula, anrd the con- bridge was gone, but the forces passed over that it would satisfy the South, and asserted that it
hectoring over the dead body of the monster, er France can for a moment hesitate in the solidation of the throne of Queen Isabella II. Without seeing any thingof an enemy, and en- wasno more than Arthur Tappan and every aboli-
monopoly! So it was, sitr, with that very threb course which she ought to pursue. Thewound t I regret that the treaty of the 4th of ly ped that night not far frot tho rter bank. ton black and white, would be very willing to
1 I egre tht th tratyor te' th o Juy, he nxt.aygee.28t, sonoatertheyocomdgrntforrt wuldoeuaaenouraemet fo thmer
Presidionsment was independent andI havonest eno doubtgh complete to her dignity if reby t he soothing explanationsbe 1831, with tha United States of America, should imenced their march, and about five miles from to demand father actio the subject by Congress,
President was independent arid honest enough completely healed, by the soothing explanations noHve haedeennomleeiynarietinodoeetioiteh th',eheacaettcapkaonwcrhis .. ...-":n
es "no yet haehbeenocmpletel notritgtintowetPetitin. ttearvetotilitocalp
to have recommended it boldly, but "theparty" of the President. If the national pride of the not et he bee pletely carried into execution, te river, they came to a place where the road o s w hheat t a l
Leaders kept the recommendation secret; and 'best of Republics' had indeed been comprom- (X'ait pas encore pu recevoir sa complete execu- wound along the edge of a thick swamp, lav- .d .g, ,ddnse he -c ..u
Z, d oed to was false or, calumnious. [He spoke briefynI
when the sunmwas reduced so low as to disap- ised, the explicit statements of the head of the lion.) The Kir.g of Great, Britain has offered both ingl the other side an open savanah or gras-'on the suject, an soleny protested a s the
point thle Old Hero, and to rouse his wrath to most demnocratical of republics, in the Con- to me and to the United States his amicable media.- s pond. .The forces had catered tts defile proposition, as a virtual abandonment of.the rights
Sveto.the hill, "the party" were manceuvering, gress where the supposed insult to French 'glo- tion. I have accepted it hics abut a quarter of a milshare in lengthy with the advanced gard aboutaundr a 'dinterests of the South
and dodging, arid whispering, and cutting and 4ry' was given, ought to be considered sufficient d r e thattsccepdte and you will share in my with the advanced guard aboutahundred paces | Further debate was arrested by a call from Mr
-h .iii .. .-h the capitol, and sending oil- in the way of satistfaction by the veriest marti- desire that this difference may terminate in a man- ahead, when the main body -hard a heavy dis- oyd for the previous question, which the House
lI,' I..I.Ir.. itl responsibility ofthe failure of net in the code of honor. It is quite useless to ner equa ly honorable to two great nations. charge of rifles. Capt. Frazor rode forward to seconded-ayes 102 noes 86
the fortification bill fromm the President to the multiply quotations from the Message. The "Te state of the finances is satisfactory. Tile see what was the matter, but lie never returned. The resolution was finally disposed of in portions,
Senate! That is the secret. Sir, when it is simple question reduces itself to the fact of a public revenue increaes by the sole efrct of the 1 he advanced guard, and Major Dade among by yeas and nays, as follows:
found thatany measure will succeed and ag- disavowal of a construction put upon a ibformner general prosperity. tThie finance laws will be pra- thef, seem to hav been aI 'i i libe rl-at portion, orividing that all miuri.l 3 for ,i
grandize the "little rian," then "the party" will address; and the'withdrawal of any offensive ented in a few day i,. ,,pnte f- fir. The ma ody i .t.\ a abolition of slavery in the District ofColmbra
lake.the responsibility--not before. So it w., meaning mt, in our opinion, put an end to the "The laws which b. l ready presented few trees and formed them into a breastwork. and every other paper and proposition that has been
Ljia *.r ?.*.-.H.T.ith thesamesecretary of...ul s l|)n. .bh.i[, in sooth, ehas been exceedingly or announced to you will also be submitted to-your Tee Indians presently commenced the attack or may be presented in relation to that subject, be |
iLs .,.- s.={-it hes mescrtayot.u, ,l-l,,',-h',h.i son,,h sbe n exeding)ly or m o-otr ay be presented in relation to that subject, be p
reasvy. Ji'iliro.hi-i been no responsibility, no -lli ri'-"n b.:g'iinig to end, and has not been examination, is well as those which a recent legis- from the swamp, which was very close and referred to a select committee-was carried, 174 to
-popularity to risk ine recommending six millions ..r. a il.. ..ifthe notice bestowed upon it, in- nation has reserved for the deliberations of the pres- thick, and extended to within forty yards of the 48.
.for the increase of the navy, the service would asmuch as we believe that neither France nor rit session, road, the intervening space being open. The; The second-"with instructions to report, that
not now he sufIfering, for appropriations. But the United States had any real disposition to W'I hope, gentlemen, that the moment is come, field piece was repeatedly fired, but probably Congress possesses no constitutional authority to in-
Mr Speaker, there is a certain class of men settle the quarrel by an appeal to arms. when France is to gather the fruit of her prudence with little effect, for not an Indian was seen terfere in any way with the institution of slavery in
who, put them where you will, in any situation The True Sun thus speak of the Message:-- and courage Enlightened by the past, let us profit during the whole engagement. The artillery-! any one of the States of tills confederacy"-carried,
in life, will piddle-I mean old bachelors!-I 'The point of view in which the Message y an experience so dearly acquired-let us apply men were picked off at every discharge, and in 201 to 7.
never will henceforth support any man for the placesthe dispute with the French Gove- ourselves to calmnin g minds,- perfecting our laws, about'an hour's time,thewhole body were kil- The third-"And that, in the opinion of this
nPresver will henceforth suppoint ay bachelfor theo any menthe does not leave withe latter a leg to stand upand protecting, by judicious measures, all the inter- led or disabled. Then it was that the Indians House,.Congress ought not to interfere with slavery
office of honor or profit, and especially of re- on. It does not leave most complatter a leg to station of the sts of a nation whc, after so many storms, acts rushed from their covert and despatched the in the Distact ol Columbia"- carried, 163 to 47. t
sponsiebiliy. An old bachelor, sir, is a "withy wretched sophistries used by that Government ole civilized world the wholesome example of a wounded men with their knives. The slain The last-"Assigning su, reasons for these con- 1
ersponsd fig tree"-e is a "vis inertir, is a Old bacwith- for evading wsophat it haries repeby thatedly acknowledrn" nob moderation-the only pledge of durable suc- were script, heaped in piles, and the war dance clusions as in the judgment of the committee may c
erdfig tree"--he is a I'vis inertia !"' Old bach- for evading what it has repeatedly acknowledg- -es h aeo t eoe ietadqadu edaotte.pbi id og
elors are too near akin to old maids! ed itself to be a just claim.' css. The care of its repose, liberty, and grander held about them., be best calculated to enlighten the public mind, to g
Sir, when the executive desires an approp- Again-'If the Message has not settled thes y first duty-its happiness will be my sweetest The three who escaped were all wounded. repress agitation, to allay excitement, to sustain d a
Sir', when the executive desires anl appropri- Again--'If the Message has not settled tile' reward.". .Onoftm f-mwomstfthpaie- preserve tile just rights of-the slave-holding states, o
nation, if he will 'give me the information of the dispute, i has not widened it; and it is eveO On the Knein n ak l w e a' of them, fom whom iost of the particu r- tejuit ight ao the slave-holding states,
Oa tle imcensng o seakacclmatonswer la f tle i 'and ofthe people of this district, and to're-establish of
State .of the union,' which he is bound to give, probable that the explanations, which will no renewed. s speak acclamation were lars of te fight are derived, had no lessthan and te people o this district, an tore-establish
and show me that the public good requires it, doubt follow, will bring every thing to an ami- The Keeper of the Seals after reeivin his a- eight wounds. He was supposed to be dead, of t tranquilled,16y amonghe various sections
and howand for whatit istobemade,I; forone, cable conclusion.' jesty's order pteroe alasethe pni nu of the ns ite slain; but ecoiion earne d, and t he comi. ttee
jesy'sordrsprolais, he penng f te ss i ttlived to creep into the bushes, and thus escap- was ordered to consist of nihe nmemnbers.
will never be' niggardly in voting supplies. The same paper alludes, in equally favorable and announces that theChambers will assemble in tvedto eep into the m eshesiard thw e p- t o terelt w de com tee
The naval committee has already, without rec- terms, te the Message, under its city" head, their hall on the next day. ed. The wounded men made their way back to The essa rtom the Preident, concerning the e
ommendation from the executive, or instruc- which, article will be found among our ex- Tampa. They came in separately, three or Mediation w o thenread ndreerred n the c e
tion from this house, of its own motion, inquired tracts. On the other hand, the Morning Post, There is no other news of mhch importance, four days after the fight. iateeonilwforen readandreHedjou-F
into the expediency of increased appropriations, under the same head, takes rather a differed 7-The prisoners included in the second divis- This murderous engagement was fought near ed d
My policy and views are the same as when'I view. It says- i' on of the "monster trial" werb sentenced by the banks of the same river, but some twenty In the Senate, on Tuesday on motion of r re
voted for the three million amendinent. Ifwar 'To judge from the buoyant state of'the the Court of Peers on the 28th l; Caussidiere 'to miles higher up, at which Generals Clinch and Webster, a bill making appropriations, in part, for tl
is to come,I fear only the consequences of being Funds to-day, it would seem that Gen. Jack- twenty years of detention, Rey.erchon to ten, Call with six or seven hundred men, were at- the service of 1836, was taken up, considered, read
unprepared. We have the sinews of war, son's Message to Congress, ambiguous as it is Gilbert and Ribah to five, Rosstry and Offroy tacked and repulsed three days after, with a a third time, and passed. e
and should apply them ii time. With an over- upon the subject to which the public attention to three years iunprisonment,i Tiphaine and lo.ms of upwards of sixty, killed and wounded. Mr Benton's resolutions were again taken up, and e
flowing treasury, and a quarrel with France to is more immediately directed, has proved, upon Froidevaux to one year, and Nicot has been It is believed by the best informed here, that Mr Leigh, of Va. addressed the Senate for two hours t
settle, I would have voted liberally the supplies the whole, tolerably satisfactory to our monied acquitted, after being imprisoned since April, the war has been inflamed and aggravated, per- on the subject, expressing his intention to vote for ti
asked for, but until now none have been call- interests. It is very generally understood to 1834. haps wholly caused, by the cupidity.of certain them. He considered it as without precedent that by
ed for. I am for peace-peace! for the sake have been so, indeed, although a less favorable The Journal des Debuts says tlat various ad- respectable gentlemen, who. to use a southern war should be undertaken about the manner in
of peace But ifwar must come, we must be view of the composition has, we believe, been vices from Warsaw ('...i.:-r i- stating that the phrase have seen fit to iuterf.re with the "do- which a few words should be propounded frIom one t
ready. Since therejectionofthemost concilia. taken by the underwriters, who, as a party e- Emperor of Russia hasnotinstitutedan inquiryy mestic relations" of the Indians. The Indian Government to another, when both are agreed as to fr
tory overture of compromise, unless there be a qually interested in the subject, are of opinion in order to discover an individualwho has com- negroes, though nominally slaves, are not so in the matter to which those words referred. Yet, he m
mediation of some sort, I cannot see how war that the apology demanded by the French municated to the press his Speech to the Mu- taet.' They are a sort of feudaltenantry, bound thought the very language of the Message yester-
is to be avoided. France will not strike, but Chambers is no where to be found in it, even riicipality of that capital. If we believe the to pay their lords a certain quantity of corn day, where the President spoke of "carefully guard-
she will not pay the money. We will not by implica ion. The English Securities left Courier .Franais, the Count de Pahlen has yearly, but otherwise left wholly at liberty. By ing'' a point in which the honor and independence a
explain, it seems, and having the cause of war off this evening at an improvement ot 1-4 per threatened to demand his passports shouldIou- the treaty of emigration, the negroes are re- of the country were involved, as making it very pro- sB
on our part, we cannot remain inactive. But I cent. There is little doubt,-however, that such is Philippe's Speech on the opening of the ses- garadd as a part of the nation, ad it is express- bable that the mediation of G. Britain would be of ci
do not mean to say I um for war, or to discuss a result was produced in some degree, by the sion contain any passage relative' to Poland ly stipulated that they shall be removed with no avail. If there were any freedom of the press t
that question at all. I only mean now to say announcement just made in the Paris journals, : the rest. Certain planters, however, have con- in France, we might expect, as soon as this Message
that I shall not take part with France against of the acceptance by Louis Phillippe of the The Temps states that new measures have sidered this emigration as an excellent opportu- wwas received there, to-see a paragraph in which this
the Presidelt, muot less .will I against the Con- proffered assistance of Great Britain in the ar- been adopted between the Dtke de Broglie and nitv to speculate, and have been negotiating clause would be considered as an aggravation of the sl
gress of the United States. I shall go t for my rangoement ofhis differences with America, as Lorl Granville for preventing all commumca- with the Indians to sell. But the negroes who insult offered to France. He therefore thought'war
country, 'right or .wrong.' And,sir, as I would also by the certainty which appears now to be tion between the French f-\,','ori.rd t1, .r, hit [o-,:,,i ,ek =onse. have notideonof tn left be- r-in palonditi and theetas wit" ig to put the country
not-I am sure the president will agree with felt, that the Pantaloon packet,, lately despatch- ern provinces of Spai. A.cuini to .Jism.-i.-, Im:.J l sugar plantations; they have pre- lnacondition to meet t He averted to the pre- In
me, for he knows all about the sport-pit a ed from Falmn,-..,h. for. New York, carries in- priz.ttheOrtrrtchcanielltr-.l.ip of th, Leluu Ir',ed -.: i,,rcish rather; and have instigated text set up for a war with Holhmd by Charles 11.-
garnechicken witho.ut.his gaffs on, -t might, structions .to the English Representative at Honori s to be eni-rr-, |Vn..r.lall G-. heir ma _,. with whom they have much in- Cortt oe in a sterdsam, wich the D t Id in
p erbaps, a dominoe, just to see, hira killed. Washington to make a tender, similar to that Brd, andl Gen~eral Sel fuats...ni l 0e could flu,:.,,,.,:, ,i .mmence the war. It is even said soely uzzled^ todsoeutlte tlnt on ^n
uc l less w ou ld I send our old )hips, which which has been at length accepted b y Louis t a p rom fs o a I hl a lo n a b p e, r t c t Den w
have whipped the proudest of England's navy, Philippe, to thea Government of the United The news from Spain is ltin.Tlh Gaorable bo in the hopes of an easy victory, and a rich ltr h fleas atuthe esentdr elbKinhd sold the ris th
to fight Frenchmen, withoutbatteries complete, States.' the cause of the Queen. The Gosenunem is booty in slaves and ponies. If all this be true, was that thescom e in e
and the gallant sons of our army and navy, Hudson's London correspondent under date proceeding in the work of reform, a,,d at the or any part of it, I hope that the vials of south- nation to his cousin Lewis XIV th
without sword or buckler, and mail of triple of London, 30th Dec., writes:- same time adopting the most energetic meas- ern congressional eloquence arid indignation Mr Brown cormaenced some remarks in reply n,
steel!. But, sir, I must have the recommenda- 'Every possible effort has been made by ures for putting an end to the wafi have not been drained so dry upon tlhe heads of but before he concluded, the Seatte adjourned, ac
tion, the estimates, the data, and there must be France to obtain the Message beforethe meet- S g acesses y obtaine iu Ao. the abolitionists, bnt that soine few little drops aTeoe os Navaly ouied he ther N re
no T> jg lg et\ th e eeutive comel forar e odte Camb1ers Aopowerulteamer has ........ e.. .. s mayelef ichind Ifr th beei os thse Appropriation hlnt eamoe tin conclusio tee- vI

an e o m n w a st e l n I w l r -b e epac e ot e mo tdf h C a n l gtte e a rotel tetC ~lsat~a w o e a ar c a hea y c s h iv s ft o o rC m rl n wtd e i t o mli n a

h i c h w e i r e . . .v e, t h e f o u r t hm gi "^ a t t ne t am e" un d e r" n o n e c e s s i ty- fo r S O d o ong L" u h lew indUI u l -Utt lota l d e s t u c t i o o f a n a n c ie n t D 'ra v e a n d e n d e a v o r e d t o .b r i n g o u t t h e A d m i n i s t r a t i o n l e a d e r s a n
which we are gnorant. Even"the 'fourth de- Lo.noN, Dec 30, 12 o'clock. as provisions
being ;i h the tim e unde e ty fordoin much wrong pp l the War uestion-but they would riot come,
apartment' of the government, the Globe, hasn The Message of President Jackson, which the walls, The Due d'Orleans was expected We have no late news that can be much re- They admitted, however, that there might be a war t ,
been-nshe wt h ore iorat othanhas s forward y e s rm Lirpool last in Paris by the 30th, and was"expected to take lied upon, from the seat of war. The term of -and contended, that whether there was a rupture me
been-given t6utowhom it is all without res- night, has turally been the all-absorbing top-to ou eer

ervation due. Ifwar does depend upon the ic of consideration itthe citythismorng t part in the festivities of le jour del' an. This the volunteers now on the frontier has nearly with France or not, it was time for us to pay sove w,
wl o ]detoMreGarlanAfrican success is completeb a God-send to expired, and a part of them are id to hare an to or defenses. of
will of one man, he will have enough to do his The tone assumed by the Repubia b ; Louis Phillippe, as it will enable lhim to nmake imitated the example of some Of dthir p1redeccs-HostoubiaPretsgndyhnslad
bidding, to vote when hle bids them to vote, to Magistrate, in respect to the dispute with France a grand flourish about it in hig speech to the sorts and deserted, withoutouo esum itae P roteorgia and dreb eitn fe fadt
be silent when he bids then ; in'ahort, to say is gener,01y approved of by the peple of all Chambers.,- piration. Six hundred nien have been raised agistefrtclueo tein rcins oi c
ray or no,' as he may prompt shades of political opinion ; and hei firm but in Middle and West Florida for fo ths against the first clause of the instructions contained
ayo o'aslemypomt o t rd o fu ots in the ros01ution oil Abolition passed in the House
Sir, I must hereafter-I have been bitten temperate denial of the right of a foreign Gov- A man who sings "Jim Crow" at the Portlahd and will probably march in abbut a week.
onceis by low part tricks and chicanery prac- ernment to interfere n the statements made by usem, on Frid last me the edior of the Jue Twelve Indians, a portion of the "ce ar- on Monday, and to have the s:amne entered on the ins
tid to pnt an immense sum at the secret se'- one branch of the domestic Legislatureetafree.e...'oft-nta.Tey prs agat it, n th round that te
-,uety onF ri d aya tro nm eh.ateee d it o rao f i l e f r o m T a n i- s u c h a de c h u 'a tio n is u m t oee s s a r y a n d i nsu lti n ,w to
viceof the party' -I say I must hereafterknow country to another, must be cordially assented n me err in the streets, and gave him a tremen- They rinteId to ac eclration is essay, and insulting to
to a certainty that an appropriation is to be ap- to by every Englishman, having just sense of dons flogging, and all because the editor called him nd are a fi ooking fellow a s xiliaries theSouth.11" Objections e ffered, Mr Garland
plied to theSurposes of national defence and national independence. The whole exposition by his right name, "a vagabond." It is said there are upwards ofa hundred war- d a suspension of th rules--negatived, 1 to i
Rot of. Aeetioneeringri before I vtet for it. 3. ,i



l reoshll tlhe Press thl peoplata'fti hth maintain,
Unawed by infl,,enco, and unbriled by gain ;
Hore patriot truth her aloriouprecepts draw,
Pledged to roligitn, li iorty, andl law.

"lig .o.--ninatioit-7


In our columns to-day will be found the Message
ofthe President of the United StateQ. and the Speech
of the King of the French,-each bc.liclb imannouunc-
ing the acceptance of the proffer.dJ Miediiton or
England in relation to th<) unhappy dispute so long
existing between the two countries. It will be eep
by these documents, that the French Kigg's ,.:.el.t-
ance was unconditional as well as prompt-while
that of the President,- although .prompt, contains a
reservation, which we fear the immediate adjustment of the difficultity. It may,
however, be otherwise-and at all events, we think
it now :,,pi:,s.t.le that a war should result from thif
boyish controversy, as we have always viewed it-'-
this "much ado about nothing. "
The Washiftgton, Globe of Turesday, fuirnishes'
the follidwing acibunt of.the correspondence between
the British and American Governments, relative
the Mediation :- <
"The Vr`6pnsalwas -ma-dff ,16 -.,,d
this Governmet, irn ihe ordinary form of diplomatic f
intercorse. Mri Bankhead, the Charge d'Affaires
9f Great Britain, pursuant, to instructions received
from his Government, addressed to'-the Secretary oft-
State, a note offering the mediation, which was're-
plied to, under the direction of the President,'by -
the Secretary of State. '
"The letter of' Mr Bankhead, (which is probably
a counterpart of the proposal addressed to the French
Government) wihilst it expresses the regret with
which the British Government has witnessed theM
progress of the misunderstanding between France
and the United States, is understood to be entirely
respectful .to both parties. Gre--t Britain being
closely united to each of the two powers, and en-
tertaining for both the most friendly feelings, is in-
duced to propose her good offices for the adjustment
of all difficulties, under the belief that it may be ef-e
fected on principles of Justice, andl ii a maner con-
sistent with the nicest sentiments of nrr,,inal honor
The letter of Mr, Forsyth, as we indrirand, reiep-
rocates the- friendly sentiments expressed' by the
British Government, and without indulging in need-.
less accusation, gives such a \ivew of the present pos-
ture bf the subject, as to slidw, that the refusal of '
France to execute the treaty of 1891, amounts to a
denial of justice on her part, and when connected
with the pretension on which ihat refusal is founded,
involves national interests of the, highest.order; in-
asnimuch as it proceeds on the assumption, that a for-.
eign power, whose acts are -poken of by the Presi-
dent of tr e U. States, in a.ite- ,-;e :, n ii-nityd ,-
him to Congre'e, in obedibene to 1,-, Bo'nfltatonif
duties, and which deems itself aggrieved by the lan-
guage thus held by him, may, as a matter of 'right
require from the Government ofthe U. States, a di-
rect, official expla,,,i';..th c ',cui l', ,,i-ie. r, Dnder.ther
penalty of such cr,-, .'r:n.-e's a- the ocit-,d-d part ~
may prescribe. 1 i he i.c.n.r.rhlilhy ..1" I. preten- '
sion with the theory of our constitution, and with their,
praeticee under it-the ground taken by the Presi eni
in regard to it-the impossibilty of his tepariifi,
from that ground--and- his consequent inabiliy ti
subject a point so essent,!i to the irdep,. r ,rice r.rid
honor of his country to hie conlol .n or,., foreign
power, (however great might be hi.s -,hidnice in
its justice and impartiality) or to.do or consent lo a-
ny act by which the influence of this principle, in
the action of our political system, can he ohstruiierd"
or impaired, are, 1% we understand, fully stated by
the Secretary ofState.' With this avowal of the
President's sentiments on this point, and an ex-
plicit reservation of it, the offer of inediation. is ac-
cepted and the hope is expressed, that the good offi-
ces of a third party, guided by the elevated considi-
erations which have prompted its interposition, may
be successful in restoring all the relations of France
and the U. S. to a friendly footing.
In cobnexion with the foregoing statement, we
also think it proper to say, that, as we are informed, .
the letter of acceeptance contains 1o new disavowals
of any intention to menace France, or.to question
he good faith of her' Iing, min the 'message of
1834. On that subject, Mr Livingston, in his official
character, spoke at an early day, in the name of his
government; and his statements were subsequently
approved by the President, through the Secretary
of State, and by his message at-the commencement
of the present session. The approbation thus ex,.'
pressed, includes, both in form and substance, al --
he explanation that can ever be given, consistently
with the nature of our government and the circum-
tances of the case. To have entered into further
explanations on this point, even with a third party,
specially after the demands recently made by the
'rench Government, would have involved an aban-
onment ofthe principle in question, and in other
aspects have been derogatory to the character of
he nation."
The article in the Globe, which may be consider-
d official, then proceeds to express a hope that
his prompt, but guarded acceptance of the media-
on of England, will be met in a conciliatory spirit
y the French Government, and issue in the per-
brmance of her engagements, the restoration of
iendly intercourse, &c. "Time only can deter-'
line," it adds, "whether this wish isto be realized."
The article closes with expressing sentiments in
accordance with the Message, that retaliatory mea-
ares ought tfo be suspended until the intended
course of France be satisfactorily ascertained-but
hat the requisite preparations for protecting our cora -
nerce and placing the seaboard in a state ofdefence,
rould be proceeded in without delay. .
Speaking of the Special Message.; the Nal;onr. "
ttelligencer remarks :- -
"It is with pride and pleasure that (re reengze,
yesterday's Message from the President to Con- g
tess, the evidence of the triumph of wise 'counsels
our" Government. The very form and manner of
e Message distinguish it from the .elaborations of
e lower Cabinet, and show it to be the work of
e Constitutional advisers of the Executive. The
resident has yielded his own opinion to the unaril-
ons opinion of his Cabinet. In doing so,, he has
ted magnanimously; whilst, by the firmness arid
lion of their counsels, his Cabinet proper deserve
inor and gratitude from tlhe country.
"We take no exception whatever to the terms of'
e message. When the honor or independence of'
e nation are in any way concerned, we shall be
nenig the first to desire to see them vindicated,
d do not object, therefore, to see them guarded,
the President says they have been, in the aoeep-
nee of the mediation. And as to the improve-
eat of the defenses of the nation, fixed or floating,
e are in favor of it to a reasonable extent, as .n part
true national policy, dependent for its justifica-
n, not on external circumstances or contingencies, '
t upon its intrinsic wisedom,"'

At Hallowell,' Me. on Wednesday morning, 3d
t. the thermometer was at 20 below zero-and
anex morning at 8 o'clock, 20 below.
A youth of 16 years of age was killed at a factory
Pttsburg, recently, by the bursting of a large
ndstone .while in rapid motion.



:cy Notwithstandilng ithe clear and concluivs ....-" ....A.SS.I'... lL L II RE.
seasons given by Col. FESErNDEN, in Iris Report The protracted debate in the House, on the bill B Y 'THIE LAST MAILS.
ko the Rail Road Committee, iin favor of the loca- relating to Witnesses in Courts, was brought to
tion which they have petitioned for, a difference ol a close on Thursday by the previous question, The N. Y. Journal of Commerce, of Friday
S(moved by Mi.l Eienons, as lie said, "fnr ithe sake says-'"The arnount of business done vesterda-
opinion exists in the community on the subject, and of ,.., ..... humanity") and the question being ta- oil the Stock Eichange was unusually large
it contrariety of interests too, which will prevent ken by yeas and nays, the bill was rejected, yeas and at prices generally above those of the prev
'that degree ofunanimity which is desirable in regard 139, nays, 357. We hope to find room for one or' ious day. The war bug-bear has entirely vain
to all great iprvements-but whic in this cetwo speeches on each side, delivered in the house ished Added to this is1 the certainty of tie lre
to all great iproeents-but which in this on this interesting question. charter of the U. S. Bank, &c. give assuran
we cannot think, will be any serious obstacle to On Friday, nd important busitiess was transacted 'that the money market will soon be easy, ant
the accomplishment of a project so important to the in the Senate. the country eminently prosperous."
interests of Salem, and every other town in the Inthe House,i Mr Rufus Davenport's petition for a T yN. Y. Gazette of the eane day, says
o t it "Right Aim School," was again presented. The N. azette of the sane day, says-
contemplated line of the rail road. We have re- There was some discussion on a motion to io-_ "There was great activity in Wall-'streetyester
ceived from a respected correspondent the following commit the report made a few days since unfavora- day, and a large amount of stocks disposed o:
communication, in which views are expressed con- ble to an amendment of the Constitution providing at advanced rates. U. S. Bank shares are uj
trary to our own opinions in relation to the location for t election of Sheriffs by the people. MIr Ent to 129. These extensive operations are chief:
f te R R f t mons snid he detested this eternal tinkermng of tile to be attributted to the general conviction tha
of the Rail Road-but being favorable to a free and Constitution. The report was placed in the orders peace will be preserved."
full discussion of all subjects connected with the of the day.
public welfare, we readily give it insertion :- The bill extending the jail limits, was debated, CONGRESS. On Wednesday, in the Senate
THE RAIL ROAD. but not decided, a Message from the President was received
Messrs Editors-Are the citizens of Salem satis- On Saturday, the Jail limits bill was again deba- giving the information called for by that body
fled that their interests are to be promoted by the ted in the house-no decision. Yeas and Nays or-. relative to the Florida war.
location of the contemplated rail road, agreeably dered. SMr. Clay laid on the table a correspondence
to the petition of Geo. Peabody and others, in pref- TEN MILLION BANK. Mrt Jellison ofBoston with the Secretary of State, which he hac
erence to that of T. H. Perkins & others? Unless I presented in the House on Friday a memorial been instructed by the Committee on Foreigi
am sadly misinfrmed, the route contemplated iy of Perkins & Co., Mark Ilealy, J. V. Bacon, Relations to hold, in reference to the genuine
Perkins is preferable on many accounts. It is thle Jonathan Bowditch, Jr., Josiah Whitney, Joel ness of" the letter of the Due de Broglie to M
shortest, and can be more cheaply constructed. It Thayer, Thomas MT. Vinson, Daniel Weld, Pageot, which had been published in the news
passes near the quarries of slenite in Salem and John A. McGaw, Newell Withington, N. F. papers, and which he desired to have printed
Dranvers, which will furnish all posts, &c. required Antes and other citizens of Boston, in ahvor of The correspondence consists ofvar-ious letters
for its construction, and after it is 'completed afford the petition for a Toen million Bank. It was the purport of which establishes the fact tha
annually a large revenue to the proprietors for the referred to thie committee onl banks and bank- the letter is believed,by the Secretary of Stati
transmission over the rail road to Boston, Salem, ing, alnd ordered to be printed. to be the same which M. Pageot exhibited ti
&c. millstones and building stone to a large amount ''his memorial is quite a formidable affair. him, and which it was not considered pro-
annually. It does not cross so many county roadrls, It is 37 fect lone' containing 1737 namnesofinen per to receive,,as it did not come to the Ex'
-so much obstruct navigable waters, nor does it tun- of all parties-\I. I, ., Jacksonmien, and Anti- ecutive in that special form which entitled it to
nel the central part of Salem, expose tihe whole masons. We are glad to see this union ofpar- be regarded in the pending negotiations.
town to conflagration, and require excavations or ties in advancing a measure of such great i- The correspondence was ordered to be
mounds iu streets which are constantly the thorough portance, to the commercial, manufacturing, printed.
fares of business and travel; and if it will not raise 1indt aditg interest of this state. We hope Benton's Resolutions were taken up-Mr

ly will those of North Salemn more. Should ai that while other legislatures are providing in- Brown concluded his remarks.
Eastern Railroad be located where tIe interests of creased resources for the increasing wants of Mr. Ewing then addressed the Senate for
East Boston, South Salem, or Winnissinmet Ferry, the community, that thlie legislature of Massa- some time, and quoted Mr. Van Buren's in-
would be most benefitted by it, or where the public chusetts will not be induced to adopt the stifling structious to Mr. McLean, in which he in-
convenience requires ? Let all then who do not and crumping policy oft'he radical school of' structed the latter to apologize to the English
wish to become the tools of speculators unite in a politics. We do not think that the wisdom of Government.
petition to the Legislature to appoint Comniissioners a Tentesee planter is to subvert the settled and Mr. Webster made a few remarks on the
to locate an Eastern Rail Road where the public in deliberate policy which the citizensof this state subject of the condition some of the fortifica-
their opinion will be best accommodated by it-and have acted upon in past years, and which has tions, and
if the State Government should not see fit to con- given a full development to their industry and Mr. Benton moved to amend the firdt resolu-
struct the same, open subscriptions for the stock, enterprise. To meet the growing demands of tion by substiiuting the following :
giving all the inhabitants of the Commonwealth an our business-to negotiate exchanges on the "Resolved, That such appropriations as
equal chance to subscribe, under no other restric- West, andt thus' preserve a most valuable and "may be necessary.for the purpose, ought tc
tions than may be necessary to ensure the prompt important part of our trade-it is indispehsible be made to carry on the system of general de-
payment of assessments. NO MONOPOI.ST. that there' should be a chartered bank with a "fence and permanent protection of the coun-
large capital to take the place-of the branch of "try."
The U. S. Bank bill passed the Senate of the United States Bank. We have no doubt Mr Wright then claimed to be heard, but no
Pennsylvania in committee of the whole on Sat- that the project before the legislature will meet being prepared to go on, the subject was post-
urday the 6th by a vote of22 to 11. Several with the itvor it merits. posed until to-morrow. and
ofe leading men ofthe Jackson party avoBoston Jlas. On motion of Mr Clay, the private bills fionm
of the leading men of the Jackson party avow- a the House, which had been favorably reported
ed themselves in favor ofthe bill, among them B ANK IwNVESTIGATION. On Friday afternoon, on (31 in number) wre all considered and pas-
Dr Burden, Mr Dickey and Mr Penrose. the oflit:ers of the Orientl1 and City Banks in Boston sed--among them bills for the relief of Perley
The correspondent of the Philadelphia underwent examination, before the legislative joint Putnam, John Saunders, and B. F. Sticlkney.
Daily A dvsays -committee. This afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the offi- The House was engaged, most of tihe sitting
SDaiy Adv. says cers of the Bank of General Interest in Salem are in discu sing the Navy appropriation bill, with-
Mr Penrose showed himnselftruly a Pceinsyl- to be examined. out coming to any decision. In the course of
vanian in feeling throughout the course of his the debate, Mr Lincoln, of' Mass. (late Govern-
remarks. He alluded to the fact that several-of FIRE AT,MANCHESTER. On Wedneseay eve- or) said-"IIe thought he saw, in the late Mes-
the states have chartered banks with large capi- ning last, a new two story brick dwelling house, in sage of the President. the first pencilling of tl
tals, and no foreign influence in opposition was Manchester, belonging to Mr George Marble,. was rainbow of peace, in tie dark cloudthat had sc
manifested, buthere, in Pennsylvania, and on entirely destroyed by fire, with all its contents, fur-' long hung over our horiizon. Hie did not see in
this Bank, no steps could be taken without de- nature, clothing, &c. Mr Marble and all his famunily the claai-racteroftlaeappriopriatioisrecomtmended
nunciations from head quarters.-The "great were absent at the time the fire broke out. It took any appearance of hostile preparation. It seem-
'Globe' itself," it is said, was out upon the Sen- in the cellar, and is supposed to have caught from a ed to him that we might gather hope and confi-
ators in this state, and forbade them to charter spark dropped from some hot ashes carried to the dence, not only rron the course of the admin-
any bank in which the present stockholders of ash- lhole just before thIe famrilv left the house in tihe .c ony o the core af treadmin-
the United States Bank were interested. He early part of the evening-thre being a quantity of istration, but fom that of the administration
Despised such influence. shavings, &c. in the cellar. Thle hluse was not en- pItary in the House. He took Noe noey of the
tirely finished-and cost about 92,500. Insured declaration of the gerit. from New York (Mr
U. S. BANK. The Globe continues its ravings to the amount of $1,800. Cambreleng) that we must put the country in
in regard tontke proposed recharter-of the The Edg'rton Acadeiny tvas destroyed by fire oa sthe gentleman's measures were too inadeqtnate
monster' Bank in Penylvanian. The folo Wednuesday morning last. An adjoining dwell- and tardy obr warlike preparation. Unless he
ing are specimens of its insolent language in lig house was considerably injured. 'he fire is conducted his preparations with more vigor,.a
regardto the proceedingsof the Legislature of supposed to have originated from ashes left in a war would not redound much to irs glory or
a Sovereign State: wooden box war would not redound much to his glory or
SIf theBank finally succeeds, in spite of the w box that of the country. The time, he believed,
renmonstrances and command of the people to The War in Foridr.-Acccunmt. lave ieon we' s thr "f fur a' dctnurtioowarbctweil
their reprnsenwatives, will the people, thus be- received frorn St. Augustine to Jan. 29, at iFrance and the U. States.
trayed, sit down and submit to be sold and have which time there had been no further acts of Mr J ennifer, (Whig) said lie wished he
the yoke fastened upon their necks in silence? hostility. The Charleston Volunteers had ar- could look upon our relations with France Min
No, never never. They will meet in every rived. "There was a communication between as finorle an aspect as the Gented to do. from Mass.
town; village, city and county, They will hold St.Augustine, Picolata, and Camp King, and all (Mr Licoln) seemed to do. le had hopes
conventions. They will warn the. stockholders- apprehensions for the safety of Gem. Clinch but lie confessed that lie ad l fears too. It was
not to accept of the. charter, thus obtained.- were removed. true that a nediation had been tendered and
They will caution the Bank not to pay over the Accounts from Tallahassee are more alarming, accepted but it did not follow, of course, that
purchase money. That if they do, they do it but they consist of rather vague reports. Gen. al adjustment of the difficulties between the
at their peril. They will tell the Bank that it Scott Ihad called, on the adjoining States for two nations would result from it. When he
is the act ofa mihaoi-ity aided by a few" purcha- 5000 militia, of whom 750 were called fro looked at the secod seingtence of the message,
sed traitors. They will tell the Bank that the South Carolina. e sawtere a stumbling block in the way otion.
hardy yeomnanry of thIe great Democrat Key- Sthe mediation.
trn eS 1otlie avi emjiMr Wise called the attention of the House
stoner State, which comto se a vast maoritvwil THE MEDI.ATIOX. The New York Star has to an important fact, of which they had not
They will tell the Bank that they wihl Irepeal, the flowing remarks on the subject ofthe me- been informed. The Committee on naval af-
antil, expunge, (that'sthe word,) EXPUNGE, diation, which have much reason in them: fairs, some days ago received a communication
this second Yazoo fraud from the statute-book 'It has been declared, since the arrival of flar e tonsnor avy D ent c e very
of the State." the despatch vessel, that the mediation of Eng- e appf roo h iatio es for thinnrvy.Ted e ecren-
I[:The Globe of Tuesday remarks, that "the land could iot be accepted, and tat the inte- mitee that when, at the comment ent of the
Pennsylvania papers are henceforth to become tihe ference ofa thiid Power would not be recog- session, he recommended appropriations for
most interesting in the Union;- and'copies, with nized. There is no choice in the matter, f a two additional frigates and three sloops of war,
war is about to take place between tvo Pow- e had in viewv a peace establishment only, arid
approbation, several paragraphs from the Bedford ers, ei a point of'etiquette, In which a third ie now recommended, in addition to all other
Gazette, "to show thIe "boldees.s with which they party mast be seriously injured, that third party appropriations for the naval service, heretobre-
speak out, and th fate which awaits the Bank of has a rig-ht to offer its mediation, and, ifrefutsed, recomrientued, the appropriation of six millions
the United States, if successful in this nefarious plot to interfere as a matter of self protection. It, three undtindedh and thirty thousand dollars for
Ie olo would cost England twenty millions of pounds there incre aseof th avy. If this betokened war
to ravish a Charter from the State." The following sterling to ari itsneutrality in this war,& would t ingtase o e ay It wt

Sbut should the GOLD often Bank BUY votes remain an inactive seetator of thes events? a the De ere u an o Itts were it
muh give ia Chmarter, theu y tn w ee saioy to our Certainy not. They proffered a editi to w t- iu nrriep t Wentl einroemcMl ain tsfr
brethren of Philadelphia, RAZE THE ODIOUS France, which was accepted ; had this governs wr m easulresi We ad rtceaived a message
STITUTION TO THE GROUND, AND E m t refused, the conseqencs woul have anoncing th acceptance of a editio.-
DE\IOCRyACY OF PENNSYLVANIA WILL betn that we should have been com yelled to iklat message, with peace on its hips, breathecd
ELuP YOU TO L STP>EW SAL'T OVER ITS lr inet bo inacivepc t atoer oen cpe-ent s t ridth. lstiell He couli accountat for this in but one
FOUNDATIONS.v t have t et both France and England in the coma- way, no war with France was intended or look-
ed for, mand so- tie French Government was to
rEtLoNY.-A gentleman who hias for some .s '.. lbe given to understand. ThIe war, sir, is upon
weeks flourished in some of the best circles in t s y reark as a singular coci- yor Treasury
this eity, and a boarder at the Tontine, under dece. tiat thw Ptesident's Special Message to
the cognommation of George Crosby, was yes- Congress, announcing his having accepted thn MIURDER. We learn that a horrible murder
ternday arraigned before Mr. Justice Bonnett, on medaton of England, and the speech of thie was perpetrated in Boston on Friday night. A for-
a charge of pilfering front his fellow boarders ng of te rench to the Chambers, announ- eigner, (said to be an Irishman) in a fit of intoxica-
rarimns articlesof wearing apparel, &c. to a, cing the same fact, were both received m this tion,.made an assault upon his wife, in the course
cnsider-able amount, showing at affectionate city on the same day. of the evening, and by strangling, .Cii-, stumping
regard for fancy articles, a scientific knowledge A singular coincidencealso occu-red in Lon- upon her, &c. caused her death \r th.- inmates
'of books and an excellent taste for music. A- don on the 30tli January. The Mercury re- in the house, it is supposed, were intoxicated at the
mong the abstracted articles found in his pos- Intarks that in the very paper of ours, in which time, and thIe murder-was not known to the neigh-
session were a lady's reticutle or work hT: an the President's Message makes its appearance bors till Saturday morning, when the brutal wretch
etcordion which had constituted part ..' i|, a- to-day, it is announced, for thie first time, that a hlad made his escape, and had not been arrested on
musemtents ofa lady's parlor, a tippet, a valunt- vessel, a finst sailor, is now on her wayto the U- Saturday evening. lHe resided at the corner of
'ible snnrtout, &c. &c. for all which the proper united States to mediate between France, and Moon street, near North Square.
owners were found without any difficulty. Hlie the United States; and that France approves .....
was committed folr trial. -We learn that he is of such mediation. The effect of this intelli- ,r-""-vi ..
theo saeMre .robthttstabbed rtw rlrodhirr- genc hasbeen to counteract any impression sr d Towior M EETINGS. T ie adjourned
self, some year or two since, near Salem, Mass. of war which the Presidelit's Miessage might teeingon te subj ctof t o'clock-and the
lie came to tlias place fiaom Pittshurg, Pa. and produce mcec. meeting on the subject of the RAIL ROAD, this af-
was ostensibly pursuing his studies here for _.vcw York Gazelle. ternooni at 2 o'clock.
some ,profession. He is in a fair way to conti n-
-ne them under the direction of Professor Pils- I'-- Wise's Speech. In consequence of the hc We are ander obligations to BENJAMIN P.
bury, oftheWethersfield institution.-JVeo liHa- crowd of interesting Foreign and Congressional CH-AMBERLAIN, Esa. for a file of the Documents
es.-iflerald. News, we are'reluctantly compelled to omit the of the General Court, for the present session.

A SLAVER SEIZED. A brig, the St Nicholas concluding portion of this speech, till our next. -.-

was sized by Mr Price, the U. S. District At- ----- -- --- .. I A RRI El),
tourney, in New Yo-rk, on Tuesday last, as a IIOLTEN DEBATING SOCIETY. Gt lMeth uen, Touesday eening lhist,hby Rev Mr
slaver. It was proved that she was fitted nt 'PThe next meeting will be on Friday e ve- InAndover, on Thursday eveissug, 4th invest
tip as slavers usually are-that two of her crew ning next at Shed's Hall. Rev Mr Luring, Mr Jams C. Carleoin, ofthe finm
had avowed that such .was her business-and Question--"sh Phrenology true of Carleton & Foster, erch Jams of Meten, the rss
one of then had stated, that on her last voyage iDanvers, Feb. 15. y e Caret clFoter, merchants ofMethuen, to Mrss
she carried 500 slaves. The captain was hber- ___ay D. Chieing, of Andover.
ated on $5,000 bonds-and the two sailors re- SALEM LYCEUM. Lecture on Tuesday DIED.
ferred to, committed. One of her crew was and Wednesday evenings this week, by Mr. J. In this town, Mrs Abigail Jackson, 53.
"John Battiste," supposed to be the same indi- F. WORCESTER, of this town. Feb. 15. In Danvers, Mrs Nancy Chadborn, wife of Capt.
vidual who was tried for a similar offence in ThOmas Chhdborn, 38.
this city a short time since. SOUTH DANVERS LYCEUM. At Hinsdale, N. H-. Miss Maria FIagg, 107. "
LECTURE o0t Thursday evening, at the Unitarian At Amherst, N. H. Mrs Mary Aiken, 33, wife of
On Sunday last, Mr Wm G. Hands, while dis- Church, at 7 o'clock, by S. JONES, the celebrated Rev Silas Aiken. *
charging the duties of Organist, at the Trinity practical Phrenologist. h In Concord, Ohio, Dec. 16th, William Abbot, 18
Church, in Baltimore, fell florn his neat at the Or- ticketss for the season 50 cents. Admittance to 'months, only son of the Rev William Gage, former-
gan, and immediately expired, this Lecture 12 1-2 cents. Feb. 15. ly of this town:

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15 Monday..... 7 57 5 32 raises 10 28
16 Tuesday..... 7 55 5 33 5 19 11 23
17 WVednesdav 7.54 5 34 6 33 0 8
New Moon, 16th day, Sh. 33m. A.



No arrival since our last.

c- The Letter Bags for Liverpool and Havre.
will be closed on Saturday afternoon, 2Cth inst. at 4

, Loss OF BARQUE SARATOGA.-Capt. ITowes,
, arr at Boston on Friday last from Cadiz, s ates th
y barque Saratoga, Crosby, from Palermo for Boston,
was struck by lightning, night of Dec 12, E. of Gib-
e raltar. Blowing a gale at the time, she put into Gib-
raltar Bay, parted her cables and went ashore on
n Green Island, near Algesiras-vessel and cargo en-
tirely consumed, excepting a few boxes fruit. In-
surance of $16,000 on vessel, and $t30,000 on, car-
go, at Boston.
The ship yde Park, Snow, oJ"Bucksport, (Me,)
from Mew Orleans for rrieste, cargo cotton, struck
t on a sunken ledge, Jan 3, in the night, ait 38 14,
long 42, and billed." The crew was taken off by
0 ship John Bell, and have arrived at Charleston.-
Vessel. insured at the Commonwealth Office for
$20,000, and $10,450 on freight, &e. at the Nep-
tune, in Boston.

: VHALEns.-Arr at New-Bedford, 10th, ship Jos
Maxwell, Samson, from S. Atlantic, and St. Helena,
SDee 24, with 1200 bbis wh. 200 sp. oil. Reports
Dec 8, ship Clay, Church, of Lynn, with 700 bbls.
r Arr at 'cnrpauliu Cove, 7th, ship Orbit, Gardner,
from Pacific for Nantbcket, with 1700 bbls sp. 800
wh. oil.
Arr at Mystic, 7th, ship Meteor, Bailey, from S.
e Atlantic, with 2600 bbls wh. 300 sp. oil.
A letter from Capt. Hawes, of barque Mary, dat-
ed St Helena, Dec 24. reports-Oct 19, ship Izette,
Sistare, of Salem', with 2 whales.
Spoken, Dee 9, ship. Bengal, Netcher, of Salem,
S with 5 whales and 40 bbls sperm oil.

- The barque Trenton, Putnam, 45 days from Sa-
em, arr at Bahia, Dee 9.
t At Isle of Franace, about Nov 18, ship Star, Grif-
- fin, from Calcuttn, for Philadelphia, put in leaky.-
Sailed from do Nov 3, brig Thos. Perkins, Page, for
1 Bourbon. -
SArr at Liverpool, Dec 26, ships Independence,
Ny, and Orpheus, Bursley, fron New York; 27th,
Y Victoria, Soenes, from New Orleans.
Sailed from Flushing, Dec 22, brig Curlew, Chee-
Sver, for S. America.
f At Cadiz, Dec 29, bnrque Elizabeth, Baldwin, for
IMatanzas. loading; brig Ceres, Comings, from New-
castle, E. for Boston,,put in Dec 11, with loss of
Sbowsprit and fore topmast, and hull considerably in-
juared-had thrown out part of her cargo.
S At Lisbon, about Jan 1, brig Hollander, Kelley,
from Rotterdam, for Boston, put in in distress. Also
US ships Potomac, and John Adams. "
At Gibraltar, Dee 29, barque Havre, Dicks, from
James River for Alicant, wind bound.
n At Montevideo, Nov 21, brig Cherokee, Davis, cf
SSalem, for New 'York, loading.
At Buenos Ayrcs, no date, brig Clio, Spaulding.
of Salem, for New York, 2 or 3 days.
At Surinam, Jan 2, barque Jane, Foster, for Bos-
ton, 20. In thIe River, bound up, brig Amazon, Gro-
Sver, from Boston.
At Trinidad, Cuba, 21st ult. barque Franklin.
r Gibbs, BIston, loead'g; brigs Orbit, Lincoln, do 15:
:- '.J ia,-* Ia-r-.. Ar--,hiLect, u'ray, do next day;
-,.. WVinslow, Wilcomb, unicer.
AtiHavana, Jan 23, barques Comin. Morris, Perkins,
une; Bashaw, Tyng, Cowes, soon; brigs Oregon,
Caldwell, Boston, next week; Pamelia, Smith, do;
Nahant, Parker, do; Rapid, Lecraw, ft. or ch.; schr
Philena, Otis, do.
I At Mat.mzus, Jan 24, brigs Mechanic, Bhinchard,
for Boston; Florida. Prince, do; Paulhina, Wilson,
do; schr Clara, Bergman, Savannah, loading

f Dec 10. lat 36 30, S. long S 25, 4. ship Roscmes,
Syrnmes, from Boston .for Batavia.
Dee 28, off Pernambuco, ship Charles Wharton,
Do!lby, 35 days from Philadelphia for Madras and
Jan 22, lat 30 30, long 65 30, brig Black Hawk;'
Baker, from Boston for' Laguayra.
Jan 24, lat 37 28, long 64 3, schr Mexico, (of Sa-
lenm) 4 days from Boston for Maranham.
Jan 27, lat 29 30, long 71 16, brig Roque, Proc-
tor, 4 days from Boston for New Orleans.
Feb 2, lat 36 14, long 71 10, was passed an Am.
74, lying to.

Cl'd at Boston, llth, ship Emperor, Chaffee, Ha-
vana and Europe; barque Gulnare, Cushing, do by
Win. A. Rea, 6f Salemn; brig Sarah Williams, Ellis,
Trinidad; schr Deposit, Doane; Jacmel.
Arr 12th, ship Lotos, Wilkins, front.Mu'ckie, Su-
tatia, Sept 24, and St Helena, Dee 3, for Salem;
barques Flora, HTowHs, from nCadiz, Dec 29; Ner-
folk, Leinist, from N. Orleans, 21st, SW'Pass, 22d
ult; brigs Toinette, Henchmann, from Antwerp, llthr
Flushing, Dee 22; Carib; Rice, from Onia, Dec
24, Truxillo, 14th ult; Juniper, Foster, fiom Suri-
nam, Jan 2; Toma, Hall, from Trinidahd, Cuba, 21st
ult; CorTelia, Clapp, do 16th ult; Robert, Griffith;
do via Vineyard; Baluinore, HnthawNay, from ~ ia-
tanzas, via P 'ortsmouth and Portland;'iBaltic, Leav-
itt, do via Portland; Tariff, Loring, do do; Old Col-
ony, Crosby, from N. Orleans, 18th, SW Pass, 20lth
ult; Tuskar, Chadwick, do 17th, SW Pass. 19t'Ih
ult; Arctiurus, Foque, do do; Baltimore, Taylor,
from Baltimore; Chath:un, Taylor, do;' schr Bil-
lings, White, from St Marc, St Doma. via Vineyard.
Cleared, barque Miranda, Iancock, Bremen; brig
Com.-'ttcker, Robinson, New Orleans.
Arr 1' i, --hip Geo. Cabot, Gouch,efrom Newv Or-
leans, .1,,I, 'SW Pass, 13th ultj brig Florida, Cook,
from I',i.ir. n ..i.'. Dec 23.
Cleared, ship Augusta, Parsons, Surinam.
Arr at Holmes'IHole, 10th, brig Nereus, Skerry,
froti Suritatra, and 82 days from Isle of France for
Salem; schr Crescent. Stacey, 22 days forona Run
Key, and sailed for Marblehliead.
'Arr 11th, barque Cutter, Rider, 22 days from Mo-
bile for Boston. 2d inst. lat 36, long 72, fell min with
schr AurOra, of Ellsworth, (late Abbott, lost over-
board) from Turks Island for Baltimore, dismasted :
took off remainder of crew, 7 in number.
Arr at .New-York, 8th, barque Ann EliZa, Biscoe,
fi-onu Vera Cruz; brngs Rhine, Potter, fina Bordeaux,
Dec 12; Mary, Garwood, fi Pernambuco fdr Phil-
adelplina, driven out of the Deluaware by ice.
Cl'd, brigs Russian, Woodbury, Antwerp; Splen-
did, M'Kenzie, Savannah..
Arr 9th, brigs Fahnlmouth, midshipman B. Moore,
(late Harvey, sent home by order of the US Consul
at Lisbon, in charge of midshipman Dove)fmn S~nyr-
na, via Lisbon, where she put in in distress, 39 days;
Motion, AshBy, from Buenos Ayres and Montevideo,
79 days; schr Portia, Mlauni, fi-om rV. Coast of Af-
rica, 40 daya.
CI'd, ships Mexican, Kiiball, Vera Cruz; Kutu-
soff, Newton, New Orleans.
Arr 10th, ships England, Waite, from Liverpool,
Jan 1; Lexington-, Hill, fmi Cork, Dec 20; Empress,
(Jos. Townsend, of Salem) fin Malaga, Dec 21, and
Gibraltar, 23d; brig Constitution, Sage, from Messi-
na, Dec 6.
Cl'd, barque Stag, HIowes, Hlavana.|
Arr 12th, barque Dromo, West, from Matanzas;
brig Grampus, Brewster, from Smyrna, 88 days.
Sl'd from Charleston, 31slt, brig Octavia, Cross,

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AM( S IBLANCHARD, ('Cahier frd,c onatning about .0 acras,
A.ndovreb_ 15, 1836 .- h a agood iHouso and Barti there-

Keiset Plasters -~ banwell ofv aterat tie Iiuor, and
Kenset Plaste i----.- .- -, ithe barn yard. Tire land is
SFRESH' case ft liese celehrnled Strength- good and easy of tillage, with a growth of thrifty
A ending Plasters. Just rpoucnd by wood on it It will be sold en reasonable terms.
W. & S. B. IVES. The new road from Newburvport to Lowell, pas-
Feb '15. ses it, rnad it is adjoining Deacon Tyler's farm -
nI',t LT F,,r further particulars please apply to Theodote
lTO SE LL OR LET. Runnels, on the premises, ar to the subscriber.
S A two story building about 36 by FITCH POOLE.
Si'.- 13, lattly cci pi d by the subsciih- Dantrels, Feb 1, 1836.
'l L ,, i et mrs a lat' factory. Essex street,
-.-'--; teopposite otCurtis street. Important i
W'- p "VWM. KIMBALL, Important!
Feb. 15 Essex St. oppose the niarket. TO PERSONS SUFFERING FROM RHEU-
AmIericani ,g'azihe IMIATIC COMPLAINTS.
FOR February, containing numerous articles To the Editor of the Inqoirbe :
S illustra'ed by Engravings is ready at R-Or hie principle incileated by the great
14 H. WIHIPPLE'S 3 end gn od Dr. Franklin, toi diffuse as widely,
Fehb. 15. as possible evry minean in our power to mitigate,
S.or soften the afflictions of suffeirini humanity, i
Ne. r II. 1 f Ue111i. f eel it incumbent upon me to make known through;
INDELIBLE INK for writing on chlth icithouit the medium ofyt'oir useful paper, that on reading
the use of Gmur, to be used in the same man- therein an advertisement of Dr Jebb's Liiniment,
ner as common writing Ink, and warranted per- for the cure of RHEUMATISM was lforibly inm-
mahent. For sale at pressed with a belief that it was calculated to re-
Feb 15 J. M. IVES' Bookstore. oovBe the severe Rheurmatic Affection tno which c ,
had been her seven or eight years subjected' stme-
i 6ew Siehool Hislto'y. tlin:is almost depriving me the use fnta ty limbn --
FCHOOL History of the United States, con- I accordingly procured a Bottle, ansdi:before I had
lininge Chronological notices, Lc. by S. R. used thie whole of it, found vary saiisible relief.-.
Hall, and A. E, Bakei'. For sale ry This increased my confidence ar in, and led mire 'o:
Feb 15 HENBY WVIIPPLE. obtain another bottle, the us- of which has com-
~ei N ISIC. 1plhetely removed the swellings and i pi.us of mit
SIT el us cm. linibs, toocether with tlie elaiaitp,,rid W itolied trhei
A FAVOBIPTE Old Song on Mnortality, Think to their awonted vigor.
A at d smoke Tobacco, made agr-,eable to all 1 am respectfuily your.
classes, from the King to the beggar-dedicated gBEORGE TAYLOR, Jr.,
to Chas. Sprague, Esq Hempstead, L,,l March 24.
Soft be thire gently breathing notes. Persons su'feri g fm the abo omplinint.
Gnv. Arnold's march and in despair ait a cure from the fanibre of th va.-
Just received by nious remedies t1ey have used, are invited fc,
Felt 15 W. & S. B. lVES. make trial at this long rnd celebrated medicine,
P 1aris Violill. which has in years'paist cured and relieved, as it
N- INE toned Paris Violins in Cases, with Bows is also mni"w doing, thousands who had despaired
nt$7 Germin 8 key ii Tipt FlWutes, owill of relief Noltbfnt but a fair trial can give an ad-
Albata keys, tit $625 each. For sale at qale idea,,fbe s nalleond excellence It is also
Feb 15 JO H N M. 1iVES' lItolstome. rue of lha bes applications knosin for stiffness of
Feb 15 JOlH-N M. IVES' Bookstore. the joints, numbness, spraimis an-d hilblains.
Jff'jst f(CIteretCd, 9 T Price 5- cents.
rENTI.EMEIN'S Prime CAiF .SIN IHOOTS LE Nornb are ge'uinn unlesssiii.edT. KIDDER,
G -Also, WATEr PrOF BOOT.--at $4 50. on the wrapper, (sole proprietor and successor toi
For salc by JOHN J. ASHPY, Essex St. D CONwA) Iy whlum they are lor sale, at hi
Four doors west Ii1 Becktuod street oCounting Rorom. No. 99, Court .street, Boston---
Jan 21 op3wis andby hv s special appointment, by
.Eiah "Porter,
Real Estatep. for alle. ]Henry 'Vdiiple, Salem.
Thre subscriber, lhavinro cob-i J. D. Chandler, )
-ril. clulred to move to teo m1t XVstetri lussell, Marblehead.
go. ; Counntry nowoifforf tit privl toi f m
all his Real l;iate in Danv-rs, Proctor- Rhodes, Lynn.
conshitinmr nf a lohrit f lind itna- hsIitippte,
ted about a quarter of a ini e tr,,n elio Old Snuith BUIrritt, Naewb ry'ort
Meeting House, containing twoi and n hall nares, Bartlelt.
with a good two theory liwveln ll se, Biarn, n. Endio, Beverly.
Slaughter-house, Bud iutl.-iuildinis ire,'n 1r1n. ndiot, e-erl
ELIPHALET PATEI. J.. Dexter, Essex.
Jan 5 l25 tf 5/] s])i Glo hicester.

NEW HAT STORE. Abbot, IswiAch e
W ILLIAM KlMBALL, nr'nevfunllv inliarnms
S his friends and. the public, that he i.has t.. ,;Bhiton Bn'adhlinw.
kIn the store recently ocruIpiied by Mossl s lv 's ',TO.N iBrdlnaaw, or their Adventures of a
& P's-KA m, where lie ,iotoods to I eopea coi.plete Lawyer, in two vols For sale at
assortment oh ,ashinnbIle H. WHIlPPLE'r
Saein, spt 'is 1:38. Ihish Pi pt)Ihs, 2Silks, Ae.
...... .. ENR Y I'ETTES has just received, genu.
'Ail P i lOw. H ino Irish Pq',plins ; blue black, et black an'g
SELECTION of Daily ''exts on a new flouredd small figr ed Silks; Velur de Soi,-
Plan, by Rev 1'. P. Huint-fori salehv ,A wls, large rid small sizes,
HENRY WHII'PPLE. 2-21, Washlngbii street, oreser fSt i mi tI.
Feb 15. B iston, FIle. '1.

I ':'iI-(FI 'L 11 ','TZ .

Arr 2d, schr Julohn C. Calhoun, Ross, fiom Alaiiah- -
z:13, Jan 23.
Cl'd at .Mobile, 22d, ship Washington, Benson, R4 4,
Liverpool; 26th, brig Iris, Harding, Trieste.
Arr at .A'ew-Orleans, 19th, brig Whig, Rogers, SSIGVEES' SALE
from Matanzas, 4. 01" iPther-, shoe stoCks, Shoe
Arr 21st, brig Leander, Richardson, from Turks Boxes, &&C.
Island. ON THIURSDAY, February 18, at 10 o'clock.
Arr 22d, brig Amnerica, Treadwell, from N. York. 'A. M. at tlhe Ship lately occupied by B. G
CI'd 23d. brig Two Sisters, Sprague, St Thomas BRICKE I'T, Danvers. New Mills.
150 sides. of New York ovor-
LOST. weights Sole L.ather,
A TAWL BOATj built o!'cedar, copper fasten- 250 do damaged do do
Sed, painted green and black. Went adrift 1500 pair of 'tok, ready eut, onsistin of Men's
fromnSalem Har br. Whoever ha fund said and rBoys' Brog'in gs;
abv at,rewarded il oriorthe subs riter, shall be suit One Splitting Macline; one good Harness;-
Fob 15. JOSEPII S[-IA,?WELL hie Lasai; Shoe Pegs ; Stoves and Funinel ;
Feb 15. JOSEPil SHATWELL du vanus utoer ariclesa too numerous to men'-
RUB BER SHOES. tin. Dancers, New Mills, Feb 15
f PAIRS, Men's, Wormen's. itn Mis- r0 1TIl'JRSDAIY NEXT, at 9 1 2 o'clock
5 i ses Rubber Slihes. For sale by At GEORGE NICHOLS' OFFICE, Court Street,
ON-Ht,-A complete,.assortonenit Gr,.te'in, r's 1oO L, CIothinlg, Cr'Okery
first rate Calf Skin Boots and S ,,oes. A.Is., .Ware, Knives and Forks, &c.
Men s and Boy 's thick bor,ts, ladies first rale At 11 o'clck, to clsoe a concern-40 boxes
Kid, Morcco, and (ital Skin Slips, and Lace Brown Soap.
Shoe,. I ow pric',t shoes of every description. Also-boxes Raisins. 50 Entry Mats, 20 Look-
Rubber Sh, ees mended at short notice., ng Glasses, a variety of second hand Furniture
D '3 Cadh paid for Old Rubber. &C. -
WANT n"- Ar l'nVPRIATE SAr.-(i;enriessee and Howard St
WVANTED, r an apprentice to the above Flour; Coti-e ; 50 boxes Chocolate; Ground
business a lad about 14 or 15 years ofaige. Spices; Tens: Sugar; Rice; Sago ; 50 pots Cuan
Feb 15 ton Preserved Ginger, a superior article, &a. "
OL AAlso -Baunk, Insurance, and other Stocks.
FOR SALE. Feb 15 s
The well known, fist sailing sohr. V R i at ""u
NIMAC,5years old, 80 tons burden Valu ble Real Estate at tu -,
has 2 chain cables, a good suit of 1O1l.
sails--has 'been employed in the Will be sold at public action, on T'UESDAY,
piaekerel fihery, and can be sent to the first day of .Mlach next, 'at 10 o'clock, A. M.
fea without any expense-apply to -AR LES, -_ ''hat well inow
FS.eb 1. is f Union v bf. d b ghlycultivated FARM, ithe
F-b 12. itfUnion lkf2 ia* 'prilate property of Mr. WILLIAM
ROSCOe's Criminal Evd ce. -i7 'RIEND, deceased, of Bevetly,
A DIGEST of the Law of Evidence in Crim- flying in tihe main road from Dart.
final Cases, by Henry Roscoe, Esq -with about thirty-heven acres of tillage and pasture
notes and references to American decisions and lad, tn it writ acre g ood Dwellage and pasure
lo the English Common Law and Ecclesiasica'l another guildiwelgslin House, twrep
Reports ; by George Sliharswnod. Just published Aesr, two lot of' tilhge lad, dlled the Putnair,
and for gleb y HENRY 1WIPPLE land, near tirhe above ptrenises, of about thirteen
Feb cres.-Also, the Leach pasture atd field, (str
.Dsih Covers. called) of abrut thirty acies, lying in Royal sde,
O NE SET CH EAP DISH COVERS. Just so alliedd -Also, the Jacobs pasture, so called, in
0 opened by JOSEPH HALE Royal side, contairnimi about sixty acres. All of
Fob 15 the above to be sold together or in lots to uit pur-
SLaw Library bor Januisary. N. B. All thle nbave described Real Estate is
11-IIS Number contains Watson on Aritra situated in said Boveriy.
tion and Awards. Subscriptions received Also- 5 lois of Wood-Land, viz: One in Wsn-
at the Bookstore of harm rer,t Swamp, so called, containing about
Feb 15 HENRY V'HIPPLE ir actres- two in Manchester, one contaniteg a-
Sin bout nine acres, and tie other four acrebs-rine it
JAlNsT rHIll tAhe v A, 1$). Wenharr, c.,ntainiig four acies, called the Wbod.-
ANTON CHINA WATIlKR PLATES, a bury lot-and one in Hamilton, known by the
capital article in cold weather Also, n ,ne of Hemilock Island, buntaininol ilbuit six
Cantni Srolloped Sallads, and a genreial assort- acr's.
ent of' INDIA WARES. Opernd at Also, two Pews in tihe Noirth Parish Meetihug
Feb 15 JOSEPH HALE'S House.
IgeRia C lra ge RO tai Sale to commence at the Dwelling Hori e.-
VARIETY of patterns. 'Blue Printd Box- ery Feb 8, de 18 known at the6.le
A- es for Soap, very cheap. At i
Feb 19 JOSEPH HALE'S. Farmf for Sale.
ver Defe-e t^ih 8 cen-s, A FARM, containing 74 acre,
Chever'sDefencefrScentss'. .r sit uated in Byfield Pai'il, RwhAlh
'HEEVER'S DEFENCE--cheap. edition- near Stickney's Mills, will ie so
bv the doebn or single-price 8 cts single. bv Auctin, on WAEDNESDAY
For sale by & Vthe 23d of March next, at 11 o'-
Feb 15 W & S B IVES clock, A. M consisting of the following lots viz:
I'ceVer'S DiefeBnce fig C enti. Twenty acres improved as a Pasture and is
*^EVe G B e Cheerer's D'fernce--pr cr H well watered ; 21 ac-es with a House thlereont
EV Gor sale by IVES & UTNA -prc ts ith two rooms on the floor,-a good well of wa=
For saleby VES & PUTNAM ter at thei door and small orchard.
Fe15Seven acres, a part of which is an oreharI, lhih
Boy's and Girl Library. -,n good bearing. Thle above lots have all been
T .1iE Boys and Girl's Library, published by been plowed and cultivated, but most of the land
Harper & Co. Alsn, an isasorrti, nt ,'f ias laid fallow for many years and is capable ce
1 .,oka,3si'-able for Schobl and S ntrunday Shol rent i iproveiment.
'ihrarres. For sale by -Also.li26 acres willti a very thrifty growth of oak
Feb 16 IVES & PUTNAM wood thlireon, whitchr, with the other lots, is en-
clos,'. wilth t ..r.-: o, l. For further .. iti,., ,
A NIdoVe' "he apipy to Coi Sav,)ry, in New Rowley, i Ii.... A.
I'rFt. Stockholders of Andover Bank a' -p eere. S'l.,mion Stickney, near the premises. ohi' tith
bJ li' notified to meet at the rBank "'id;n-., srtriber. Terms made known at the tilne of
in MON AY, lite 29thll o'f F bruary it s 1 ;: 1 s1,' o the prenr;se ..
.lock, P M. to detei m'nme on the erxprdie''cv of Danvers, Feb 1. FIT.CH POOIE.
nakinyr inppliiatlon to the Lpoislature ter leave ti -
ncreabsu the Capital Stock ofl'aid Huink. ATPRIFIVE S&LE.
B yv or-de-r of"tire ),reclor.... -1 .. ..-- .- "

^^iman's i" R1RICKS WANTED.

r HE American Journal of Science and Art, ROPOSALS will be received until tie 15th
onducted by Benj Silliman, LL. D0.Vol of February next, for the supply at Fort Ad-
N9, No. 2-fur January 1836-containing numer- arus, Newport Harbor, R. I of
ous plate'eand interesting articles. Received by ],0 ,0 B .
Feb 11 These Bricks must be cast in moulds of such
S sizes, as to average, when burned, eight inehesi by
I) R UBIBER.f1- four inches, by two and a half inches. They
1 O' t PAIR figured and plain, a prime must be of the best quality of merchantable Bricks.
J_ 'lot for sale by The proportion of salmon or pale Bricks must not
CHARLES F. PUTNAM, exceed one-eighth of the whole; and no soft or
Feb 11 Essex street very pale Bricks will be received The proper-
M USIC 7Vn FRE IJN- ltion of arch Bricks must not exceed one-eigthi of
MUSIC JUAD FR snJV CLI IJ- the whole, and none of these that are much warp-
STRUCTIO.N' ed, will bu received. The proportion of broken
p C. LOUVRIER, respectfully informs the Bticks must not exceed twoeper cet. ay
La.diesa and (Gentlemen of Salem and its At least 200,000 to be delivered by tre first. day
vicinity, tht lie willand entlesumen ofis instrle tion in of Jne next, and the remainder in the course of
tnht eum,,er, and Aeetumn of the 'ear, at such pi"
the French language, and on the Piano Forte, in Sumnsmer, and convenience of the yer, at such p.'
compliance with the wishes, so kindly expressed, rodsasiy suit thre convenience of the Cuntrac-
by several of tile most respectable inhabitants of tor, provided there be alwa'son hard tIe supply
itis place. As formerly he will give lessons in requisite for the progress of tne work.
these favorite branches of a polite education, el- Should any person desire to furnish the stated
thee in lassvoese branches o at pois own rooms, or number of bricks, oi a less number, of a size dif-
athe rinclaeside since of those awho may fownvor hioms, fort from that given above, they will.please to
with their confidence of those who my fvor him accompany their Proposals with a statement of
with their condense a e the lenrith, breadth and thickness.of a well burn-
To t hose who may be acquainted with Ins d Biik, of the.kind the wish to supply.
claims to public patronage, Mr Louvasma begsad Brick, of tie kind they wishrto supply.'
claims to public patronage, Mr LOUVRIE begs Before forming the Contraict, a jlair sample will
leave to observe that he was born and educated inbe required to be deposited in Engineer Office
Pas, and tier began the smty of teie law under at Fort Adams, which,should it prove satisfactory
the direction ofone oftlhe most eminent profossion- will govern' in the inspection of the several dehiy-
al men in that city, and that for a series of year ils, ,
lie received instruction in music from one of the eres. will be madeif required, on each
first masters of the art, and whom on Ihis late vis- Payments will be made, if required, Allon eachu-
it to his native country, he still found an eminent cargo duly inspected and received. All coted to
instrucier, in one of the principal Royal Colleges ications touching this subject, to be diSeeted to
of Paris. At the same period, and on the same revet ColRJosEPn G. TOTTEN, U. S. Engineers
occasion, lie had the satisfaction of seeing, that wport, G. TOTTEN, Lt Col. Es's
in point of diction and pronunciation of JOS. G. TOTTEN, Lt. Col. E '.
tIle French language, his former and actual p in- o Newport arb R.
ciplies are in perfect accordance with those laid Fort-Adams, Newsport Harbor, R. I.
down in the celebrated work of Wailly, the only Jan 1 Janulary st, 1536. 5
Dictionary sanctioned, and adopted by the Uni.
versity of France, for the use oTits public schools FOlur', Coffee, &C.
and colleges. "" A 0 BARRELS Richmond Flour,
Applications may be made at Mrs PAGE ,' Coen- U 200 do Genesee and Howard Str. do
tral Street, ot at Messrs (vEs & PrTNAu's Boos- 50 bags old Suimatra Coffee,
store, at either of which places, Mr LOuvuIERn 50 hhds. new crop Molassess,
may be found, on every Tuesday and Thursday 10 boxes Loaf Sugar,
Reference to 50 barrels Brown Sugar,
Hon. NATH'L SrN.sBEE 75 boxes Clgate's Starch,
Ion. JoAns G. KIKGo 300 bags Patent Shot, assorted,
FGRnCIS PEAEOD Esq's. 50 bbls. primune Beef, '
GoFeb 8 18H. DVEUX ., pair Gurni Elastic Shoes, -
Salem, Feb 8 1836. 4 Maranham Hides,
51iU1Ck Ieafth Young Hyson, H. Skin, and Soteli-
P sillere health Presernati.e, ong Teas
SPOSITION for rendering Boots and Shoes, Figs, Spies,'Butter, Cocoa, Choeo.
and all other arnieles of leather impervious to wa. late, Rice, etc. For sale by
Rtr. For sale by E. .SECCOMB, Forrester's whf.

No 1, .Jeffrey Place, Salem
Feb11 2mo
^hretnological Liftitry. ,
T Hli Pr..-n.,lo':.;i Library, edited by Nahum
C.,f.tn -lii P,., containing Gall's Works,
in 6 vols 12no, Translated from the French, by
Winslow Lewis, jr.- M. D M. M. S. S. Just
received and for sale by
W & S B IVE-,;
F tb II 'Stearns' Corner
"M EMOIR of Mrs Mercy Ellis, wire of Rev.
.V William Ellis, Missionary in the South
Seas, and Foreign Secretary of ihe London Mis-
sionary.Society ; by Rey. Wm Ellis-with aft
Introductory Essay on the Marriage of Missiona-
ries,by Rev R. Anderson, Secretary of A. B. C.
F. M.
Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade in the
U. States ; in a Series of Letters to the Executive
Cominriltee of the Americnn'Union for the Relief
and Improvement of the Colored Race, by Prft.
E. A. Andrews.
Right and Wrong in Boston; or a Report of
the Boston Female Anti-Slaveiy Sociaty, with a
concise statement of events previous and subse-
quent to the annual meeting afl835.
The Passions, a Poem pronounced at the 0-
deon, December 28, 1835, 6n the occasion of the
anniversary,.of the birth of Spurzheim,,by Gren-
ville Melleon. For sale by-
W. & S B IVES,
Corner of Essex and Court Streets
Also--The Horticultural Register for Pebruary
1836, received as above.
Feb 11
.1fccordians for $5 O.0.
P ARIS Accordions, 6'keys and 12 notes-for
$5 001each. Coeoa Flutes 4 keys. Justre.
ceived at JOHN M. IVES'
Feb 10 Bookstore.
Lafayette Fire &s marine In-
svrance Collalipany.
T HE Stockholders of the Lafayette Fire and
Marine Insurance Company in Marblehead,
are hereby notified, that the second Instalment
ofFifty Dollars per share, will be payableon Tues-
day, the first day of March next, and that, the
same will be received at the- Office of said Com-
pany, on or before that day,
per order
Marblehead, Feb 11, 1836.
Cheever's Defenee---iczeiheap
A DEFENCE in abatement of judgment for
.a, an alleged Libel in the Story "Enquire at
,mes Giles' Distillery"-addressed to Hon. Chief
Justice Shaw, at the session of the Supreme Jo.
dicial Court of Massachusetts, held at Salem, Dec
4, 1836-by GEORGOE B. CHEivER-2d edition-
price S8cents. For sale by

White Corn.
34 fl BUSHELS White CORN.- For sale
30 ~U by S. QUARLES,
& MAN with a small famiiv, wishes to take a
AsL farm on leas&, or on share, if application be
oade before the first of March. Good' recom-
'jndr'i.,r, will ba given. Enquire'at this office
Ftr. I ep 4w
A YOUNG married woman wants a place as
Id. a Wet Nurse--or if preferred, she will take
a child home to nurse. Good recommendations
can be given.. Inquire at this office.
Feb 4
To Let,
THE STORE, opposite to the
.i] -is Post Office, Essex street, lately oc-
iiiogeupied as a Dry Goods Stoie.
Dec 14 tf -
A VALUABLE Modicine, lately discovered
winch, if rightly applied, will be the means
of siatclling thousands from the jaws of death. It
has 'e,ii found very efficacious in the following
diseases, viz:,
T'UCnusumption, Hooping Cough, Common
Coughl, Colds, Difficult 'Breathing, Influenzai
Quiinry,-Asthma, Phthysic, Spitting of Blood,
Flatulency., Indigestion. Looseness ol the Bowels,
Fits~of every kind, Crarap, Rickets, Scurvy, Cliho-
lie, Catarrh, Dysentery, Fainings, Hypochon-
driac Affection, Head-ache, Sicknesi at Stomach,
Measles, a preventative.ot CONTAGIOUS Dis.
eases, Gout and Rheuimatism '
To all whom it may concern.
,We the undersigned Physicians, .who have
proved the efficacy of Dr Jonathan Moore's Es-
sence of Life, conceive it our duty to. patronize
the Medicine, and are of opinion that, it general-
ly used, it will be of public utility.
Abel Duncan; Samuel Stearns, LL D Dum-.
merston ; William Town, Westminster ; C. W.
Chandler, Andover; Abraham Holland, Walpole;
Jonathan Badger, Westminster?; Nathan Stone,
New Fane; Prescott Hall, Chesterfield ; Charles
Blake, Keene.
[7 Fur sale, Trknolesale and retail, by
No I Jeffrey Place,
atay 1I It alua

Jan. S8.

Godfrey's IHeadachle SDrops.
'Hl- E MEDICINE is offered to the public with
TH with the fullest confidence in its efficacy.-
It has proved successful in cases that have baffled
the skill of the most distinguished physicians. In
no case in which this mediciiae has been resorted
to has it failed to give relief. This is the first
preparation which has proved successful to the-
Headache, though many others have Been intro-
duced. It is composed of vegetables, and no dele-
terious plant or medicine is introduced into it; no
danger need be apprehended. Ifused properly
and agreeably to directions, it imparts vigor to the
system, while the cure is progressing, and regu-
alus the stomach; by which process the dure is
Certificate of Dea .. Wiigld.
Mr Godfrey-Sir: It is with pleasure that I
recommend the Drops prepared by you, or the
Nervous Headache. Having for about twelve
years past been afflicted With the Nervous Head-
ache, and not having tound anything that-gave
me relief; I tried your drops, and they gave imme-
diate relief. I took them about three weeks, from
the first of last January, and have been free from
the Headache, except when I have taken a vio-
lent cold, ever since; and would cheerfully rec-
omnmend them .to ull those who may be afflicted
awili the same romplaiat-.
Kqene, April 19, 1880.
From AMr N. Dana, Cashier of Cheshire Bank.
Dear Sir: Mrs Daua has made use of the Drops
which you handed me, and with complete suc-
cess. She lias always been subject to frequent
and violent turns of Sick Headach. It is now near
ly three months since shie first took the Drops,
during which time she has been free from any-at-
tasck of the complaint. I feel confident in its effi-
cacy, and cheerfully recommend it.
S Yours, &c., N. DANA.
Keene, April, 1830.
Col. HARRINGTON, keeper of the Eagle Ho.
tel, in Keene. certifies that his wile had been so
severely afflicted for many years, as much of the
time to take no rest day nor night. She took
these Drops last winter, and has not been troubled
Mr HATCH, keeper of the Phoanix Hotel, had
for many years been afflicted, and no medicine ta-
vorably affected him, until hetried these Drops,
which relieved him. He believes them "far su-
perior to any thing ever offered to the public for
the Headache."
Directions accompany the Medicine. Price
50 cents a Bottle. For sale by MAYNARD &
NOYES, 13 and-15 Cornhill, (formerly Market
street) Boston, and by ELIJAH PORTER, Es-
'sex street; Salem.
Nov 9, 1835. (ly. taw)
Coal A& Corn.
F HE subscriber 'offers for sale, at the Lead.
Factory in South Salem.
50 Tons Lehigh COAL,
100 bushels Prime Yellow CORN.

Jan. 14. 3w
'Price 5 'cents.

S.HIlS valuable Medicine is celebrated forcu-
ring the following diseases:
White Swellings of every description; Sore
Legs and Ulcers of long standing ; Glindlarf
Tumors; Felons or Catarrhe; Rhiumti paine
of, the Joints; 'Sprains, Bruises and Totters
Chilblains, or parts affected by frost, It is also
good for Scalds and Burns.
For glandular swellings, it is superior to any
medicine yet known. 'It is much safer than mer-
curial applications, (as it does not contain the
smallest atom of that mineral) because it does not
lay the patient liable to injury from exposure to
It cures the worst Felons or Whitlows on the
application .f forty-cight hours. Rheumatisma
which have stood so long as to become a system-
atiedisord,er, require medicine to be taken in-
wardly to remove them entirely. But in most
oases, by applying, this Ointment externally as di
reacted, it will give relief.
MEssas. 0. & S. CaOseYrs.
Gentlemen-1 am much indebted to you for
your kindness In sending rme some of Dr. Jud.
kins' Specific Ointment-it has proved most val-
nable to my son, who has been for MANY YEARS
afflicted.with the Chilblains, and was obliged to
wear India Rubber Shoes, winters, .until I made
use of this Ointment, which has proved an entire
remedy. And it has proved the best remedy for
Sores and wounds of every description, that ever
made use of.
Worcester, Mass. AprilS, 1834.
Sold by ELIJAH PORTER, Hathorne's Buil.
ding, Essex street, Salem ; Wm. Endicott, Bov-
.erly,; S. Proctor,jr. Danvers; S.B. Russell,Mar-
August 18 (No 3 law)

,Blank Account Books, for the
Rnew year.
S AM'L WEST'las on hand, and for sale cheap,
S for cash,,or for goods; Ledgers ; Day Books ;
Letter, and Memorandum Books; Ruled paper for"
making out bills. Blank Books made, and rul-a
to any pattern at short notice. Book Binding
done with dispatch and at the-lowest torins-a
his Book Bindery and Blank Book'Manufactory
opposite Lafayette Caof'er Ho4tsa.
Deo If.

9ieterinary Suirgeon's .'otice. i

TFVHE subscriber informs his friends, and the
'AL public generally,that lie has removed his
Veterinary Hospital to North Salem, on thie "Pa
radise road," (so called) being, as lie thinks,'a
more healthy place,and more suitable,onaccount
of its retirement, than his former place of busi-.
ness-wheire e will be happy to attend to all
calls in the way of his profession. While he.
returns his most grateful acknowledgments to
all who have bestowed upon him their confidence
he promises the same strict attention to the
animals committed to his care, which he flatters
himself he has lieretofore bestowed, and lie trusts
that from his long and extensive course of pr-c
tice, in England, and this country, he has acquire
ed such a knowledge of the diseases of animals,
and of the curative processes, as will ensure sue
cess where a cure is practicable.-
Veterinary Surrgeon.
Salem, May 26,'1834. tf
Comierwcial Bank.
T HE public are informed that on commonde
posits payable on damaud, the Commercial
Bank will atow at the rate of- fout per cent per
annum while they remain in the Bank.
By order ofthe Piesident and Directors.
E. H. PAYSON, Cashier
nov 27 G R tf
3.ercantile Blanik.
NTOTICE is herebygiven; that from and after
thisdate,interest will be allowed on all de-
posits of individuals payable on demand, at the
ate of four nor cent per annum.
Per ordur.
S. WEBB,Cathier;
Salem, Dec 1 tf a

r? HI IS Bank, will from and after this date, al-
l low interest at t'lie'rate of four per cent per
annumi on deposits of i ndividualo only, except by
special contract.
Per order of President and Directors,
Mar 5 E. H. PAYSON, Cashier.
The Exchange Bank
ILL pay anin.terest of-four per cent. per
annum on all current depositcsfrom this
date. Per order.
J. CHADWICK, Cashier.
June 15 tf G o
Qysears, Porlter, Ale & W iseti.
f I-nHE subscriber has received this day his Fall
supply of New York Oysterts ot excellent
quality, which hlie offers for sale nt No. 8, Derby
Square. Also,,
London Porter, Hartford Cider
Old Irish Whiskey in bottles
Old Port Brown Sherry

Madeira and Claret Wine in bottles
Calcutta and Sumatra Curry'Powder
Tomato and Miushroon Catsuip.
Newburgh, Brown and Pale Ale, constantly oh
hand, in bottles, for Shipping or Family use, at
the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable
Oj sters sc.olloped. stewed and fried, and deliv-
ered at any part of the town .
N. B. Steek for shipping supplied as nsnal.
Nov 9. t f
ck: Ppiane Forte IranuIyactorpy.

Sale i. May 25.1895.

O T:F a superior quality, iuaetuiicturel in Sal eir.
< A large supply of every size, constantly on
hand, and forsalI upon the best Boston terms, by
sept 22 tf Agent for the Manufacturer
*f- lHIE subscriber has for sale, at
( 1n hisStore, Essex street, near-
A.-_. a ly opposite the Post Office, on as-
sortment of LADIES', GENTLE.-
"'IFThe MANUFACTURE of Boots and Shoes is
continued, in all its branches.
[I7Wi. BaowN's Stock, consisting of a good
variety, is here selling CHeAP-and he would
take this opportunity respectfully soe i int iid
former customers to continue to extend iher [',"
ronage to this establishnient.
[EFor sale, as above, 'Hendrson's LIQUID
aug 10 tf

F-OR SALE-First quality Rv3VEJN8 DUCK
First quality THI-CK DUCK.
Apply to
Jan 7 law3nr
Mihiiature P iftlintig.

RS. LIVERMORE, Miniature Paintr,
may be found in the. Franklin b uuding
north side, entrance on Newbury stre.t.
Prices of MINIATURES, five, ten,and Iteen"
r7j'Spetimens may be seen at the" Bookstore-of
JOHN M. IVES. may 25
TB'le Pul'itaia. '
SERIES of Essays, Critical, Moral and Mis-
.cellaneous-by John Oldbug, Esq in'2 vols.
For atle, at the llims8 House,
") LBS. SAFFRON, a prime article. -
l 25 bbls APPLES, in good order.
75 gallons N EATS' OIL.
1000 Cattle's LEO BONES.
Salem, Jan' 21""" '3w
ISS HUNTINGTON, proposes to gWve les-
sous to young Ladies on the PIANOqFORTE,
Her terms may be made known on apphliation to
her at her Mothler's in Federal Street. ;
She is permitted to refer to "
Hl K OLI[LR.ur.d
(;E' C r ,( '.-BO-D -.q's,
.,I-.n, F,.b .1,. I -'
Prtlffoe?, Baffler, 5 .
.50^ BBLS. good Potalt.e.s
50I' Fewtubs Goshen & Eastern Prile Butter
40 boxes Havana Brown Sugar
10 boxes Prime Whitesdo.
200 bushels Beans ..
Genessee and Georgetown Flogr
Clear Pork
Boxes and casks Prime Teas'
Raisins, wholesale and retail
6 bbls Shellbarks
8 smalliboxes Castile Soap ..
For sale by JOHN BROOKS.
Jan 14I

45 received from Now Bedford, uant for sale
by WM. H. CHASE,
Directly opposite the'Market
1st 'mo 14th, 1836
lliassachusettsI Register,
4 ND United'States Calendar for 1836,-This
Sday published, and for sale by .'
Jin 28 H. WHIPPLE.
"Swiai A rs POnacea,
Ff OR sale by E.LIJAH lOlflfRl Esaex str'
oL opposite Barton eqqarq. July ti

Important Information!
Scrfu a,- i Scurry,
Leprosyu. Foul Festein gEruJtions,
S&.it lh:ou/m, Pimpled and Carbuncled
t .r th-n's Fire, Faces,
.f uvr Si,,1 1 S.iCen wChen Sore Eyes-Sore Legs,
the bones are affected Scald Head,
IWhite Swiin,'s, Ulcers,
Violent Erup-tiun, of. Venereal Taints, when
te:r meazles, Mercury hasfailed-
and abl disorders arising from an impure state of
the Blued and Humors--are assured that
-'7Botanical Drops!
For thlle'Prcvenion, Relie & Cure of these com-
pla rns. In prodf of which, read the following
0 Remarkable cure eof a cse of 12 years standing.
Extract of a letter. "Sir--My leg, which be-
fore did not look like a human limb, is now ea-
tirely healed up, (after resisting every other a'p-
plication far 12 years!) Previous to taking your
Relie's Botanical Drops, I had given'up all hope
of relief."
Another Case. An Agent writes--"T ere is a
person taking the Botanical Drops, 4vidently with
the greatest advantage." He declares, to use his
own words, "Ii is doing wonders for him,"and is,
as it were, snatchingg him from the grave."
Numerous instances have occurred, where per-
sons were pining away a miserable existence, no-
thing they had made use ofaffordeing them any
relief until they used the above invaluable Med-
They. are also the best Spring and Autumnal
Physid. Pi'ice $1, or 6 bottles fot $5.

The Piles!
O NE of the best and most thorough remedies
known for this troublesome complaint. It
has more perfectly answered the purpose for which
it is intended, than any other now in common
use, and affords immediate and permanent relief,
both from the disorder itself, and its accompany-
ing symptoms of pains in the loins, vertigo, head-
ache, loss of appetite, indigestion, and other marks
of debility.
f' Price $1 for both articles-Ointment and
Elecluary--or 50 cents- when but one only is
I] None are genuine unlesssigned T.KIDDER,
on the v, rapper, (sole proprietor and successor to
Dr. CoNwaY) by w.hori they are for sale, at hi
Counting Room., No. 9)9, Cour( street, Boston-
and by his special appointment, by
Elijah Porter, r
Henry Whiipple, Salem.,
J. D. Chandler,
Russell, Marblehead.
Proctor 4- Rhodes, Lynn.
Whipple, }
Burritt, Newburyport,
B artlett, ,
Wm. Endicott, Beverly.
J. Dexter, Essex.
Phelps, Gloucester.
Smith, Ipswich.
Abbot, Swift, Andover.
January 21, 18,36: [Now1.]
IS-EX. so. At a Court of Probtet holden at
Andover, in arid for said county, on the third
Tuesday in January, A. D. 1836,
HANNAH ABBOT, adrninistrntrix of Stephen
Abbot, deceased, wnho was guardian and adminis-
trator,havingpresentedt'or allowance saidStephen's
accountofadministration (rf the estate ofSAMUEL
CHEEVER, late of Andover, in said county,
yeoman, deceased, intestate. also his second ac-
count of guardianship of said Chiever :
ORDaRED, That the third Tuesday in February
next, eleven of the clock before noon, be assigned
as Ile time for considering said accounts, at a
Court of' 'Probate then to be holden at Salem
. in.said county; and that said adminstratrix give
notice to all persons interested, by causing
an attested copy of this order to be published
three weeks successively in the Essex Register,
printed in Salem, before said tiie, that they may
be present, and show cause, if any they have,
why said accounts, or either of them, should not
be allowed.
D A WHITE, Judge of Probate.
A true copy of record,
Attest, NATII'L LORD, Jr. Register.
Jan 28 -TM *
NTOTICE is hereby given, that the'subseriber
.has been dulyappointed adnMinistratrixof the
estate of
late of Beverly, in ihe County of Essex, mariner,
deceased, and has taken upon herself that
trust, by giving bonds as the law directs. All
persons having demands on the estate of said de-
ceased, are required to exhibit the same; and all
persons indebted to said estate arecalledupon to
make payment to I
Beverly, Jan. 25, 1836.
TOTICE is hereby given, that the subscribe
lhas been duly appointed administrator ol
the estate of
lateof Danvers',in the county of Essex, wid-
ow, deceased, and has taken upon himself that
trustby giving bonds as the law directs. All per-
sons havingdomands upon the estate ofeaid de-
ceased, are required to exhibitthe same; and
al Ipersois :ndebted said estate,are called upon
to make paytrnent to
Danvers,.Jan 18, 1836

SESEX, ss. At a Court oi Probate holden at
lpswich, in and for said County, dn the first
Tuesday in February,-A. D. 1836,
who aro named executrixes in a certain instru.
ment, purportingto be the last will and testament
of EMILY B. DOANE, late of Newburyport, in
said county, widow, deceased, having presented
the snami for probate :
OnDaID, That those turd Tuesday in February
inst, eleven of the clock before noon, be assigned
as the time for considering said inatrument, at a
Court.4f Pr.hale 'ilen to hbe holden at Salemn in
s ill .iit anll, i hi l suiij Joanna Prince and Sa-
ril, C Prince t.' ., r '.e all persons interested,
bye iu.3uang it -,iisiied copy of this order to be
pir...ishsd f.-ir tmns Ir n tie Essex Register,
piunwud in ~tilimI, efi.ie said time, that they
may be present, and object, it they see cause, to
D. A. WHITE, Judge of Probate.
A true copy of record-Attest,
NATH'L. LORD, jr. Register.
Feb 4 ep4t

E SSEX, ss. At'a Court of Probate holdon at
E psvich, in and for said county, on. the first
Tu.-'.lan tin February, A. D. 1836,
IP R. SOUTHWICK, who are nain-rd executors
qn a certain instrument. pau'p.-.rl;.g .to be the last
Will and testament ,o: .DW)AtlD SOUTH-'
WICK, late of Danvers, in said county, tanner,
deceased, having presented the saune for probate :
ORDEnED, That the third Tuesday in February
inst.,eleven o'cl'k before noon, be assigned as the
time for considering said instrument at a court of
Probate then to be holden at Salem, in said
county; and that said Joseph,Jacob, Edward and
Philip R. give notice toEll persons interested, by
causing an attested copy of this order to be
published three weeks successively in tlis Essex
Register, printed in Salem'n,before said tiine, that
they may be present, and object, if they see
cause, to such probate.
D. A. WHITE .Judge ofProbate.
A truccopy ofrecord--Attest
c NATrL' L I,ORD,jr. Register
Feb 4 T2M
Rev. MI'r. ClIeevef's iDefenice,
B EFORE the Sqpreme. Court, for sale by
Jan 14 HEifi R WHIPPLEi


MWiliam Sopes & 0 ..0
AVE removed their STOVE and GRATE
RooM, Marston Place, on Washingtotlr and Fioul
Aug. 24. tf.
For New-York.
S The Packet schr EAGLE, NEL-
%5 soN, master, will meet with quick
j i^ ') despatch For freight or passaoge.p-
~knW&,r ply to the master on board, or to
a J. DIMON, Smith's Wharf.
f'-p'bushels ot Yellow Corn on the cob
1'000 do shelled do
500 do Oats
500 do Shorts
Jan 20

LONDON.-The original Hygeian Vegeta
ble Medicine, prepared by W. Miskin, Esq Memn-
Sber of the Royal College of Surgeons, Licentiate
of'Apothlecary's Company, Fellow of Bolt Court
Society, Surgeon to the Royal Union Pension
Association, Lancaster Plane, Waterloo Bridge,
and perpetual pupil oft Guy's and St Thomnis's
Hospitals, London.o.
This valuable medicine,-the result of 20 years'
experience and unparaleled success in the exten-
sive and highly respectable practice of the-propri-
etor, patronized by the' faculty and nobility, is
now introduced to the notice of the American
public, at the earnest solicitation of a number of
gentlemen of long and high standing in the pro-
fession. It is hoped, as a preliminary step, to
check the evils and fatal consequences arising
from the use of the numerous deleterious nostrums
foisted upon the public by the aid of fabricated
proofs of miraculous Cures, and.other frauds, by a
set of mercenary, unprincipled pretenders, so to-,
tally ignorant of medical science that it is impos-
sible the monstrous delusion can any longer go-,
down with the intelligent people of this country
These pills, mild and agreeable in their nature
should be kepLtin every family in cases of sudden
illness, for by their pro-mpt administration, chole-
-ra, cramps, spasms, fevers, and other alarming
complaints, which too often prove fatal, may be
speedily cured or prevented. In fact, all those
who value good health should never be without
: them. They are sold in packets,.at 50 cents,-$1,
-and $2 each, by every respectable druggist, book
seller, and vender of medicine in the 'United
States and the Canadas, with copious directions,
together with testimonials of professional ability
from the following eminent gentlemen : Sir As-
tely Cooper, J. Abernethy, Jas. Blundell, M. D.
W. Back, M. D., J. Aston Key, A. Frampton, M.
D., and runumerous others. The originals may be
seen in possession of the general agent, by whom
the medicine is imported into thiisecouiltry, and to
whom all applications for agencies must be made.
JNO. HOLBEIN, 36 Waverley Place,
NewN. York, Sole Gene a'lAgent for the
United States'&c.
None genuine without the Signature of iJnor
Holbein on the wrapper.
Sold wholesale and retail by ELIJAHI PORTER,
agent for the County of Essex-and also by Wm.
Endicott, Beverly ; Sylvester Proctor, Jr. Dan-
vers; Sami. B. Russell, Marblehead.
9IC.AUTIOJ'-It has been deemed expedi-
ent, as far as possible, to place' Miskin's Genuine
Original Hygeian Medicine in the hands of drug-
gists onlZ and those sold without 'the signature
of John Holbein on' the label, are counterfeit.-
This notice is become necessary, as there is still,
contrary to all moral Jeeency, a legally convicted
nostrum attempted to be forced ob the public.
PFb 26 .

For Cleaning and Pireserving the Teeth anld p rri
and Cleansing the Mo'uth, and for Removing
whatever is Offensivein the Breath.
"1T hardens the gums, and is very valuablerem-
dym for canker or soreness of the mouth. It
may also be used to the greatest advantage as a
gargle for a sore throat. 'n fine, it preservesthe
teeth and mouth in all respects in a clean and
healthy condition. It is agreeable to the taste.--
Gentleman whoare in the habit of using tobacco,
will find that thie tooth wash will speedily remove
all effects of it ilorn the mouth.
From Benj. Sillimran, M.D., LL., D., D,; Pro
Chem. Min. &c. in Yale, College, &c. &c. -
Messrs. Lowe and Reed. Gentlemenrl-I return
you my thanks for the bottles of Coinpoun
Chlorine Tooth Wash which I have received
land which I cannot doubt will prove beneficial,
as the ingredients named by you, and confirmed
by Mr. Hayes are all salutary in regard to the
point in view. I remain gentlemen, yours res-
pectfully, R. SILLIMAN.
New-Haven, Conn. March 23,1832.
,From J. W. Webster, M. D. Erving Profe.ssor o
Chemistry in Harvard University.
-Harvard University, Cambridge,Marchl4,1831.
Messrs. Lowe and Reed. Gentlemen-1 have.
examined the Chlorine Tooth Wnsh, received
rom you, and have no hesitation in staying myn
belief that it will answer the purpose lor Whjch
you have compounded it, 1 have discovered in it
no ingredient which can prove injurious to the
o oth. Yours, &c. J. W. WEBS IER.
From Sylvanis Plympton, M.D.
Messrs. Lo.we and Reed. Gentlemen-I have
frequently administered your Compound Chlo-
rine Tooth Wash, in various affections of the
mouth and throat, and relief has"been immediate
mind permanent. In aneuralgic affecting of the face
and head arising, from a depraved state of the
gums and defective teeth which has resisted ma-
ny powerful, approved medicines, this Wash act-
ed like a charm. I hesitate not to give it my en-
tire approbation.forthe purposes for which itwas
made, arid consider tone of the most safe, pleas-
ant ard effectual articles of the kind everoffered
to the public. I1 am yours, &c. .
Cambridge, December 9, 1831.
From Mr. A. A. Hayes, Operative Chemist and
Superi'ntendant of the Roxbury Chemist Works.
Messrs. Lowe nnd Reed. Gentlemen- Having
examined the', bottle of Compound Chlorine
Tooth Wash" you gave me, &became acquaint-
ed with its composition, it affords oe pleasure to
express miy belief, that it well deserves tire high
reputation it h-ns acquired. It does not contain
anysubstance in solution or suspension,whichr
can either chemically or mechanically injuiethbe
teeth, and observation and experience confirmthe
opinion that its.effects on the mouth aresalutare
and very agreeable.. With respect.
Roxmbury Laboratory, Feb. 8, 1833.
'13' Recommendations from Drs. Slihurtleff
-Flint'and others, may be examined on the wrap
pers of each bottle.
*,*'Phere are perhaps twenty imitations oftlis
tooth wash, which wholly or partially asstr.nethie
above name; none of which have any connexion
with the genuine. Thle wrapper to ench bottle is
signed in the hand writing of LOB'E J'lEED
inventors and sole proprietors. For sile by
Essex Street, opposite Barton Square
. July 2, 1835 ly (1)

Steel Spritng Waggon.
NE new and and secopd hand WAGGON,
hung onr stael springs-for sale by
NO.v 23 (0t law)

TRWABiPS P i, 10' A, At .
nON'STANTLY for saleWry
Jan 28 Union Wluiaf.

' AS rein,,ved Ili business to the store direct,
lyopposite Barton Square, whiee lie will be'
happy toi ains.wvr te calls of his friends, who wil;
find him supplied with his usual assortment of
arpr a5
Vinlter Oil.
f ~GALLONS light colored Winter

Ar.so 1500 Gllons Fall strained. Just re-'
esived frni New Bedfoid and for sole by
I llinuld WM. H. CHASE.
S-Mimaits Polfshing- JFlto er.
A NEW article fir cleaningBiass, Tin, &c.
wlncl is preleried to aill oihers for the same
Prepared by r.EADa)n DAM, No 49, Ian,,ver St
Bosion-andr for side by BENJ F. BRDWNE,
wholesale agent. No 1, Jeffiey Place, Salem-al--
so by Win. R. Hortun and George P. Farrington,
Salem; iind hiy Druggists generally.
S0.pt rI, 1835 ly
IOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber*
lias been duly appointed adniinistlator
of the estate of
late of Beverly, in the County of Essex, yeo-
man,deceased,, has taken upon himself that trust
by giving bonds as the law directs. All persons'
having dennmnds upon the estate ofsaid deceased,
are required to exhibit the same ; and all persons.
indebted tosaid estate are called upon to make,

ptaymen t to
Bever'y, Feb. 4, 1836.
Dr i tash.'s Anti- Dyspcptic, or
An invaluable remedy for Indigestion in its mosS
comnplicated forms
O F the variety of diseases to ii which the huniin,
system .is subject, few are more stuboorrn,none
more distressing or destructive-to the constitution
than Indigestion or Sour Stomanh. Tfiis disease
prevails to a gieat extent, and 'has so generally
baffled the skill of the faculty, that remedy easy
of administration is truly a desideratnm H, every
place. The truth of this statement is confirmed
by ithe experience of thousands who have suffer-
ed under it, who, after having used many reme-'
dies to no purpose are now obliged to have re-
Course to such palliatives, as they may chance t-
find most conducive to their "comfort. By indi.
gestion is meant loss of appetite and great weak-
tiess, particularly of the legs, and a wasting of the
whoIhlb system, heartburn, or any uneasy sensation
of heat about the pit of the stomach, which is
sometimes attended with nausea of the stomach
and vomnitimg, belching up. of water which is gen-
erally soar, paleness of the countenance, costive-
ness, langour, giddiness, lowness of spirits, die -
turbed sleep, palpitation of the heart, flatulency,

These symptoms vary in different persons,some
experiencing more of them, and some less, each
in the order and degree of his own particular case.
These pills act as a powerful tonic, neutralize
the Acid upon the stomach, give strength to the
debilitated organs of digestion, restore the appe-
tite, remove nausea at the stomach, and ultimate-
'ly recover the health of the patient. They do not
contain mercury in any form, nor do they sicken
the stomach as most purgative medicines do, but
perform the office of a a safe and mild purgative.
and are not surpassed by any medicine.
As a proof of the pre-eminent virtues of these
pills, over all other anti-dyspeptic remedies, the
.proprietor inserts the following copy of a letter,
dated BALTIMORE COUNs 9th June, 1828. '
DEAR SIa-I feel it. my duty to acknowledge
the great benefit I have derived from thie tibe-of
Dr Rush's Anti-dispeptic pills. I have suffered
under that disease, in most of its forms, for up-
wairds of four years, have travelled' much and had,
the advice of several eminent physicians, none of
much service to me, and I had lost almost every
hope of ever being restored to health. I had lost
upwards of forty pounds of flesh, and become sB
weak, particularly in my legs, that I found the
least exercise excessively fatiguing. I had made
use also of all the popular remedies without bean-
efit, and having accidentally heard of your pills, 1
determined to give them a trial, anticipating from
the use of therm no better result than had attend.
ed tlo use of all the other remedies I had taken-
hut in this I was happily disappointed. In a few
days I found my appetite much improved, my
food rested easy on my stomach, mnay sleep restored
and in the course of a few weeks I felt myself.
new creature. It is now nearly four months since,
and I have had no return of the disease. Some
of my neighbors who I recommended the pills to,
have used them with like good effect. Consider
ing your pills, therefore, an invaluable medicine,.
1 Cannot withhold my feeble teslimoinyin their fas
vor. I ami, sir, your obliged andiliumble servant,
(Signed) J. R. HARRIS.
Sold by BENJ. F. BROWNE No l.Jeffrey
Place, Salem.
alem, Feb 5, 1835. ly
To Invalids
R RICIIAKDSON, of South Reading, hlias,
(in compliance with the earnest'solicitation
ol h:s numerous friends), consented to offer -his
o the public, which he has used in his extensive
practice more than thirty years, and they have
been the means of restoring to health thousands
of Invalids, pronounced incurable by Physicianus
No 1,-Are recommended to Invalidsof either
sex, afflicted with any of the following 'con-
plaints, viz :-Dyspepsia-'Sinking, Faintness or
Burning in the Stimoachb-Palpitation of thi
Ileait-Increased or Diminished Appetite-Diz
ziness or Headache-Costiveness-Pain in the
Side-Flatulency-Weakness of the Back, and
Bilious complaints.
No 2,-Is designed for the cure of that class of
inveterate diseases, which arise from an impimle
state of the-blood, and exhibit themselves in il1)
forms of Scrofula,Salt Rheum, Leprosy, St Ast.
thony's Fire, Scald Head in children, and vari-
-ous other cutaneous diseases. It is an excellent
remedy forjFemalesafflicted with a sore nmoth
while nursing, or at any other time.
Plain and practicable directions accompany thlp
above Vegetable Medicines, and they may be to,
ken without hindrance of business or amusement
and will, if persisted in, prevent and cure nut
morous diseases, which daily send many of our
worthiest to a premature grave;
rj'Observe that none are genuine without thfi
written signature of AtjITHAX RICHdRDSOA
SSOJ, on the outside printed wrapper.
For sale in Salem, by BENJ. F. BROWN.E,
No 1, Jeffrey Place, and in So'uth Danvers, by,
Marblehead-and J. A. SM ITH, Gloucester.
Bitters 50 centsa- Pills 37 1-2 ce tls.
Feb 2 3, 1885 t
kliffl affEF ] -1 I ,MaIfeFyg rY
HE subscriber would inforn his friends ana
tthe public generally, that owing to numer,-.
ouqsolicitations from his friends abroad to ad,
minister to them in a state of infirmity, and-find-
ing it inconvenient to visit them on account o
his practice here, will furnish in his House, i.n
Marlborough street, several .onmmod:ofis roomis,
provide various baths and other convei-n iures, I1.L
their reception, and for all others v hr- ira) Ice
desirous of placing themselves, under his core
Ho has beee in the study and practice of Medi-
cine and Surgery for thirteen years, the last o.
which has been on the principles of lhe Reform-'
ed Practice as dissemonatad in the city of New
York. Being acquainted with the principles of
the common treatment, and combining that, with
the reformed, and confining himself to Vegetable
tMedicines, the most congenial to our natures, he
flatters himself that he is able to cope with dis-
ease in its varied forms with success, and satisfy
all who miay apply, both wrth regard to tIeat-
nlent and expense.
N. B. Letters qf inquiry from distance, poa
paid, will meet withiatte.ntion.

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