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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: March 24, 1836
Publication Date: 1807-1840
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Salem (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Essex County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Essex -- Salem
Coordinates: 42.516845 x -70.898503 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
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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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Preceded by: Friend (Salem, Mass.)
Preceded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1802)
Succeeded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1841)

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VOL. XXXVI. SALEM, (MASS.) THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1836. No. 24,
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PUBLISHED ON of Freeman's testimony, where he says "one of and more cultivated sentiments seemed to be sparkles of Champagne--the wicked say,- has been directed to those arls, wlich, while voi-e faltered as he weit on. to say, that ti1
them, who lie afterwards learned from Crock- necessary to appreciate her skilful acting. But while rnit even a "federalist" will neluse "Old they enlightrn tih taste, and cultivate llie mind, vwi;.z and two children had died in the samnl .
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS, ett, was Russell, stopped at tihe sheds and went the play, the music, and tihe acting were proba- Hickoryf of any thing-but, smoking too much. are ofton turned to purposes ofcomnnerce, and year, leaving him one daughter, with whom
BY PALFRAY & CHAPMAN. out of sight, while the'other went on." bly the only things he understood. It mavbe ,Rubini did Tamnhboumini may pass for the Van make the grand sources oftheo augminitation of 11he was rimonvin! to a little farm that he had
that he could not read and write. It was jov-i Burens .nd Clays oftheday-forjustas high as a nation's wealth. Thus Milan not only trallies purchased in Oxford county,
OFFICE-NO. 185, ESSEX STREET, CORNER OF From the Zion's Herald. fil to see himn leap in his ecstacies, and painful s8ich ne. sand in the estimation of their par- in rice, ile celebrated Parlmesan hellse and The curiosity of the capitalist being satisfied,
CENTRAL STREET. Crockett between the hours of 11 and 2, on the too,-joyfl fi-om the caritatuIre of passion un- ties in Aerica, they stand with their parties silk, but in handkerchiefs, riblutlds, velvets, he no long- r hesitated to close his bargain
A AR-PAYABE HAL Y RLY ght before"the exeuton, wrote th foll owing sol affectedly displaved in a human being, whose here. hey have only transfer-red greatness, glass, veils lt prinnip1aily worked, aind also in which wad llzlv settled by the stranger's pay,
4 YEARPA LE HALF YEARLY emn admonition, whichfhe put into he fnau muscles were thus played upon as if the ac- or the meditation of greatness, from the head, all manner of gold and silver smiths' wares, ar- ing two thousand one hundred aind twenty
R~ev.E. T. Taylor, and which, by eim has b-en far- ,I .
evu. ylor,a iin u that tresses' fingers run over them, and mournful to thle throat or the legs, placing the intellect in tificial flowers, embroideries and laces-thus dollars-wo like to be particular in money
Ajdvertisementsof more than half a square, 1 50 nh .ed .. .ci i iownha writing ad was not that a human being should be thus educated,' at trill, 01 a piroutte, instead of an oratorical accumulating wealth out of the little nothings matters-tlbr which hlie received the requiiisite
-for three insertions, once a week, or in three papers s itin Tie ori is in possession as t re, with soul and body, to appreciate flash or bol oflogie. The reason of this is, of life, and to the extent of that production lma- twenty shares ol'stock in the good old Cum-
in succession, at the option of the advertiser; 16g 0 Ta the theatre alone, wholly forgetful of the high- they hale nothing else to talk about, or rather king the rest ofthe world its tributary, herland Bank. Mr, politely attended
+cnsfreeyaliinlisrin f Mr TaylIor. nthe theoftothinalone, wholly foIl'get Mlanhl g ""
cents for ever additional insertion Boston Jail, farch 15, 1836. er destinies of rnan. Elsewhere, I have seen, are permitted to talk of nothing else. Quick- I leave Mila this evenin'. on my way to Venice. his visitor to the door, and, wishing him aln
.ddve rtiseatentis not exceeding half a square, $ ioa hyr, vh il fh he oeiot ;.. yVt lio tgo vnngrtre ohsStigroi i
Advertisements not exceeding half a square, $1 Under a deep sense of my situation,I write a few ahe House divide into parties upon an actor, 'spirited is they are, lively and impetuous, the Ofthe three modes of t. .,h,.-by Vetterino, or a good evening, returned to his sitting room. Ha
for three insertions, as above; 12 cents for lines, which I leave in the hands of Rev. E. T. Tay- ona side hissing as loud as a hiss can be hissed, mind s!ks vent inl soIlutiing. hired coach, which is cheap, but stupidly slow,-by took iup) the roll of bank bills he had just re-
dditional insertion. lor. I would leave them to show how I came here. and the other thundering applause, which last I Politis are forbidden, liut you can talk of thle Velocipede, which is thle Courier, willth seats fior ceived, lookedtheinm all over carefully, counted
ProbateoIices of every kind, not exceeding one never was inclined to lie, cheat, or steal For a liv- side, you well know, always wins the victory-' them, ift you please, if you like an Austrian three persons beside himself, or by Post, which is them three times, and then deposited them in
quare, $1 50 for three insertions, once a week. ing; -but designed to get it honestly, by labor. And in noise-for man has but one instrument to jail, bread and water, with darkness, ur with dearer than all, I have chosen the medium. The ian old black wallet with the comfortable smile ;
ne6 1-4 cents a police wila l band othe arposged fs, notices of it would have been so to this day, ifl had not fallen express disapprobation with, whereas tongue, spiders.and rats to play with. As no one fan- grul' keeper of thle post books las taken mny paSmport of ua sinecessflil bargainer.
meetings for political and other purposes, nozces of into had company. I n ever was accustomed to crime, fet, hands, all one's brute force can applause. cies such companions when (e ci find better, and socuid m a seat. Of nya paarport I, shall see Meanwhil e the stranger made his way to
societies, cards, &c. for one or two insertons My mind has always been far from it; and I never Hence, by the wav, (perhaps) in politics as in all of politics you can get from an Ialian is a .tin more till th orier is done wi e, for h Pck's tavern,, still to be, found, but witli
e p r vile e qf A n n u lI.-vert s...is l ntif a 8 11 I SI u t ll g o \'firl /ln e n t p ro b a bly V r e S9O. -i -- i [w l~ t 'u~ t
The privilege of Annual Advertisers is limiea should have been engaged in this, if they had not the theatre-thie loudest brawlers are the great- shrug of tle shoulder, or a "nm so," i dou't Austrian gvtrnmeni probably reasons-if we trut other occupants, at the corner of Maine and
to their own immediate business---all extra adver- caught me intoxicated. I knew not what I was a- est winners. The louder you scream the more oknow-wih a twist ol the moul and a wicked a g th h passport he may slip into or ar stcts e ent ered a private room
.iments, such as auctions, probate notices, c. sent bout, nor where they were getting e to people will hear you grin, i wonr tyrants hav e not made chiles without our knowing thali he is there. Te 1 daughter, a .delicate
bout, nor where they were getting me to. people wi11 hon,,van aIt!ril, wnlelINv li" o" y ts i avo e l .. hr e}a c' i agtr-adleu
in by them, must be paid for at the usual rates.. Now I feel the effect of :!.-into bad company. I love, ill jounlieving, to mark the different treason of ere this, though the king of Prusia 'e ."1 to pi l yo"inVunice i. twenty four hours. child furten years. She was in a deeD
.No paper discontinued till all arvearaCo vrain fheII`1 ges are Now I'Filte 1ft'uct f ;',11,,k intothirtoyany.i d,, -n.-Ita... i...in- ,, ., ... n. ,.and.herrom se s-v u uut oam Vim e ns tienty or uonr
JVo paper continued till alsh arrearages are I would warn my young friendsio keep out of stand topisthatengagetelconversationloftnothepeotle, has ijnsy nn one step towards t. by ma]in:g ine erjo"med v in il'ty, whir i n Italy is do monn, and her lossy curls, almost as bhirck'
aid, butatthe option f the pul NEVER to drink ardent spirit. I consider it the beau., s Ive an insight into their cap whistling p.nal i te streets of Beri.i. lI ca ,, an g ',e-" e" "rt my an as her dess, wo ,nftned t by a circula
t / t lhe r pa s discontinued, must ge wte -urest weapon a man can use to take his life with, actors, and thI e influence that political aud relig- not help sharing the wrongs of tis peopl,' who dent t.a e l i, i I ". i o s e comb of wrought srell, and drooipd over her
s a d, th in fl u e n e th a o"p it. al. .i- n o t h e lp sh a rin geh e w ro n g1of' th i y osltevat;it -ittle"pm sto se
,hi ntgO. and make him eternally nimkerm ete.y erable. I would warn iouinstitutionslhav upon thmo It may be fa- have such fine mids thus t misdirected. siturtlefnyouihavendalifandafr.neto: tv to ee neck and shoulders as she bent with a willowy
-I"- ------ you.you as a dying friend in the name of Got, to abstain cy ini me, but I think I can see in this alone, them-educate them for our form of govern- even half of the things to be seen in Italy. The gracefulnshs toward the fire; her tiny hands
P O ETR Y from drinknlig, for "where Rum is in, wit is out; the great line of doniarcation between different ment-and what a people they would le, with- most painful sacrifices mst be made at every step. clasec on h-r knee, and her large dark eyea
___ __ -and the Devil is always ready to aid in doing mis- institution, s of government, for it is government so much intelClect,, so much fancy, so much of Ev Every gallery that you enter, you amust inquire only fixed niouridiflly on the blaze. Tears were
TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. chief. He will lead ma into trouble, and then alone that can, at will, modify and quite change all that characterizes the energy of genius, ad- for the"' objects of a rt, that are remarkable. The down her weeks and fll like a shower
TRUH AD FLSEOOD aone that can, atwillmodify and nutoechange l)thatc ,atact. zedthe nligy o ge1u sndd fintheikh ecshower
BY R Ha WILDE ve him to get out as he can. But remember you the people upon whom it operates, and this ded to a taste and sense of beauty,- which pro- towns that you resolve to visit should be renowned of pearls into hur lap, and she was too much
By 1R. H. WILDE. have to pass through the course ofhtw, to get out; I
There's, a tuneful river and when you are incosedwithin walls ofstone you notwithstanding the people may be most hap- minently distinguish what I have seen and by some great event of history, or by the possession absorbed to notice, the entrance of her father
)y tun d 11`` 0 3Tz S ) 1"e l 1t, rbrr e d s O t I oS a rd e v' ct, o f th e lo w ve r c la ss e s Ili lo ok i l f ,; I e w ..n g t d ti l l e h d a m s e c h d t e l t o i
In Erin's isle- will begin to reflect upon past life, and wish you I prosperous under sorne despotisms eard even of e lower classes. In looking of sne .,.,. .,-, for Italy all over i, a study, till hie had sh ost reaed the low stool on
Where the sunbeams quiver had read your Bible, and attended meetings on tihe that are of a patriarchal character. Among all at the nation, andl remembering what they have and a stus .,.I .. ..I, I thus leave tle suburbs of which si e was seated. Hastily drawing her
In silvery smile; Sabbath, and remained at home evenings with your people, no matter under what tfrm of govern- been, marking too the more physical construe- Milan quite unvisited. Even the fur famed iron hand over her eyes and shaking her curs for.
Where the leaves that fall, wives, or at your boarding houses. Then your iuuent they live, there is a disposition to agitate tion of either sex, I cannot but regret, that a- crown of Lombardy, that Bonaparte put on his head ward in a vain endeavor to hide her tearfl
'Neath the autumn sky, wives would not have to obtain permission of the Jail about something. There must be some corn- mid their numerous emigrants from Europe to when ie usurped th,, thro.e of the Casars, Ilave clheek, she arosea and stood before him as if dec
Grow gem-like all, Keeper to allow them to converse with you through mon topic to engage the attention .of the whole our country, there are not less from some quar- not seen. Let that he for others who have more cu- tested in some evil, Mr Suthgato seated himn
And never die. the little trap door, anc weep over you, and return people. Government, I think, affects, or di- ters aid more from this-for a sprinkling of riosity about, and respect for crowns than I have. self, and drawing the beautiful child to hia
And such is the stream by Truth enlightened, home with broken hearts to say, "Ruitm, Gin and rects rather the character of these topi(s. For suchl a population with ours would loosen with I would give more, thrice more, for a bit of dirt up- knee inquired it his absence had seemed tedi,
That leaves the breast by Wisdom brightened, Brandy put our husbands in Jail!" example, in the United States, where there is us many of the faults of thle English character, on which true Roman of the days of the republic ouis ; and then, seeing tlhe tears on her face, \w
Where even the joys that the storms dissever, No wonder that so many crimes are committed by not the least trammel upon discussion, except and impart other feelings that can never dis- trod, than for the possession of forty snch baubles, pressed her to his bosomi, and,t as he kissed her,
Pariu I loso too, anll, its woli known "Certosa," or Said in a tone of gentle, chiding,
Are turned to gems that flow forever, the drunkard!-for his brains are boiled in alcohol, that of public opinion, which is often as severe tinguish the mere English race. t iAl r lo authsian itn wol, known "tertosats or f a- 1 in a tone of gente chiding,
It changes the man to ait beast, and destroys the finer and rigid in its mandates, I own, as the censor- There aire many more things to write of Mi- -rthusia moka, wich the artist oflta- 'Sham, Gre, your is are full of tears--.
There's a darkling tide works of nature. ship, with this difference, however, that a man lan, but if I stop thus long on the portals of ly, for four .hundred years, were adorning with sculp- surely you wre not afraid to stay alone.'
In the Indian clime, IHow often it is the case that you see a man on call have it with pecuniary and personal impu- Italy, when shall I get out? This, with all its lines carving-i statuary, works in gold, bronze, iyo- ,N oa but--,t, h sheehitated, apd thet ta!
By whose herbless side Saturday night staggering home with a bottle of al- nitv, if he chooses-in the United States how shows, is but the gateway to the entrance eof lny oy-wti accumulations of precious "tones, again sprang o her eveas.
There's a sulphury slime- cohol in his hand to last him over the Sabbath!-and broad-spread are all the topics of public discus- what was once the mistress, and what has been of t l hics, on pictures, of frescoes, and all tine won- 'iBut wa thin -a
To the flower that it touches, you see, sometimes, the wif'e of such a man wel- sion What an infinity of religions we have !. centuries after, the latmp that lit up the civiliza- c oe, c hoi as, art, that goto "th peifecing ol i swas thinking of mamma and all she said
A scorching wave- come the bottle. They must partake of it the first anud what an infinity of parties too, so compli- tion of the world. When our father land was Rl'ocnani'esa earBtreiaiur,.,ad oleums. to iea that right, and I cried for fear that I
To the bird that approaches, thing, and the children must take a part with them. casting a poor devotee often, that for the life of in barbarism, when the Gaul and the Frank and fla is world is b could not do all lshe wished ; she told me to fill
A weltering grave. After a few drums all affection for each other is him, without the lael of his political owner, he u were hbut Goths, Dante sung, and Michl An- ,her place--to be all that she had been to you
And such are the waters of Bitterness, rising gone. Human nature is drowned and burning up cannot tell to what party he belongs! Discus- !gelo painted and carved and built. The classic -" -,---:-ecrin- but ohb, Palt, I ever, Iever can be so good;e
In the desert bosom.of dark Disguising; The children are .bewildered, and roughly handled sgon with us revels in such an amplitude of scholar sees little here as yet, in his thirst for Fro.-n the Porlland Maagazin. and the mlothrless girl threw her arms about
And the birds ofjoy and the flowers of feeling by their Parents. They are brought utip as brutes space, that we are up-setting and setting-up too antiquities, to gratify his burning curiosity to .her father's neck and sobbed on the bosom to
Must perish wherever that wave is stealing. and die brutes. WVho can expect that such children every day of our lives the worst with the best, see something of Roman -ruins. Milan has TH E DAU G H TER. i which he ltiressd her, whilo hisa tears rained
...... .......... wl make goo men and women, or be ever capa- and the best with the worst of principles-stri- been too often razeed by devastating armies to over her head, n d a prayer was swelling hi
The Morning Post gives the following par- ble of managing a family. ? The parents should thinking at w t all this old wod reve s, aud r leave much of antqity yet sixteen columns Ms. AN S. BTHEx. ; !heart-a prayer of thanksgiving, that when the
ticulars relative to the execution of Crockett that they are risigt p subjects foreternalnisery. rising the old world too by the new ques- of the lustrous days of the Roman Empire, Two heavy blows were struck on the huge blossom of his happiness was blasted, a bud
adRseonWdedy Itwudbbetriftheyy hordtoaydie l never behelsrosdasnfileRma mpr, w eayblw wrbsrckootlrnln .'
and Russell, on Wednesday. It is a truth alse that many females unse Ardent tions we agitate and settle, so that their wise making part of the baths of Hlercules, construe- brass knocker of a house in nek-strt' rather was left in its placo so full of purity and rich
Pursuant to their sentence, and we may add Spirit too much, as well as men. They thus drown ones know not whether to call us barbarians or ted by Maximilian, are to be seen. Some palaces late one evening, when that beautiful street was promls >.
in accordance with the settled conviction in the their delicacy, and form characters as low as the devils, none of them, however, ever fancying of the moderns are to be seen. The Grand fearless thickly inhabited than at ths presnlt day. 'Pupa,' aid the young orphan, raising haer
minds ofthe community of the necessity of dust they stand upon, and then a bad house is their that we are as civilized as they are. In Eng- Hospital is a building magnificent and immense. The kitchen girl, who served as cook, chamber- innocent e fri.e ho tho paternal bosom, 'do you
their execution, these unhappy and misguided delight. Many promising youth have been led into land, where are the next freest people of the Never did fortune employ the sources of art maid, footman and porter, opened the door and think m:unamitla can hear mne now when I promn-
men expiated their atrocious crime on the such places, and ruined forever, by the use of tihe globe, the f1reest from the armies, and from thle or an object more praise worthy, which shows confronted a tall, well dressed gsitleman, who ise to obey her as near as I can l-it seems to
scaffold in the jail yard, at a quarter past 10, intoxicating liquor espionage of the police-with a press perfectly that charity is enthroned on this side of the inquired for the master of'the hoise. Without me sonimoiines, when I knoel to say my prayers,
scaffold in the Jail yard, at a quarter past 10, intoxicating liquor. epoaeoteplc-ihapespr'i1
yesterday forenoon. The retailers are no less guilty than the men who tI'ee, save the sahlutary regulations ofthe law of Alps as on the other. The Public Garden (you a mnomnt's delay, the stranger w.is ,he,:r,-;d i1- ts it'f I coul feel her breath on my forehead as
Russell assuredly, and perhaps even Crock- drink; but towards them 1 feel the most tender and libel-with us almost as with themn-discussion see even despots allow public gardens to their to the comfortable sittingroomoccupied by Mr. sha wilsi)r-, prayerful words into iy heart-
ett, entertained hopes of a commutation of pun- pitiful feelings. My heart pains me when I think of takes almhnost as broad a range, limited, howev- subjects, while tilhe Republicans of America -- -, who laid down the Portland Gazette then I cos,, my eyes, and strange, sweet
ishment, as late as eight o'clock yes- them. How miserable they must be before Him er, by one tyranny-the tyranny of a severe, take no public gardens to themselves) is grand and removed his feet from their exalted post- thoughts seem rising and turning to words, till
terday morning; and to use their own words, who cannot be deceived! bitter, and nisery-creating social system, which and well extended. In its centre is a building tion over the fire place, to raceiv" his visitor, 1 cIan scarcely utter them for happiness-and
they "did not think it right to take life merely I would praise God that I feel as calm as I do, exhibits this anomaly, that while England is in which serves for public fetes. Near the gar- There was something extremely interesting in the there is such a still contented feeling
ibr setting ire to a house." A little .-fter eig le w'!il, loving the world, knowing that he is able and politics androv.ernineniitthe freest of a t.- '.. den is a beautiful promenade for the public all the appearance of the stranger his ae might co over me-Father, a I wicked, am I
the Rev Mr Taylor of the Bethel, accompanied willing to save all who will come utol him. r,.pean Kingdomns, it is m all the lawt .. ,- adorned wii., n-es. Th i,.: '_- '.r ilY,.'.- .'7' .. ... I"5 eablt-Nrty- -.r we.i ti.- -s ,. i rFnw-ry-" br t Vh- .... ... s An_-n I_-_.-- ihaL.. a. yT_ that
with a few religious friends, entered the jail, Written by my own hand the evening before ex- ty, with its formalities and regulations, the most and the fine arts of Brcra is one of the most nd stamped with eicast of settled melancholy,' poor mamma is dead at such times?'
and for the convenience of their exercises both ecution, I have not given any writing to any one absolutely despolic that exists on the fathee of the superb cinoes in Milan. The Library con- while his mnannor h lad that air of quiet, goture'S ; Gd-n, my sweot child, it is the balm which
prisoners were placed in one cell thouh each before this. If there is any separate from this it is globe. tains a hundred thousand volumes. The obser- breeding which results from usefl intercourse ; God iself administers to the broken heart-
manifested a disinclination to meet the other. counterfeit. Tie topics of conversation display this dcm- vatory, or specula, is among the most renowned, with men and books. He surrendered his hiat! but fr such merciful comfor;ings your father
After the religious services were concluded, SIMEON CROCKETT. oeracy of thle government mingled with the and is furnished with the best astronomical in- tc the red-handed servant, and taking the chair too must have sunk to the grave. lilt sit down
however, the question being put to them, they I m-,..-. --.-_ -_ .-.. despotismn of society. An Englishman disuettss- striuments. The day I visited this palace it she had phulanted for him on the hearth rug, o-! and listen to me, Grace-you know nothing of
w s l t ~ w o e t t e' C or esp n d n ce of he P or la n arve tito.es o li ic l q e st o nOltUa l A e ri a n is u ss s w ft eatiui in .
both declared that they did not cherish any Correspondence of the Porlh.nd .dvertiser. s political questions as an American discusses was al thrown open to the public. There nv- opened his business. After inquiring if Mr. the life we are to lead in our new habitation.-
feelings ot resentment towards each other, bt i O .S I f T r fi them, save the few great principles our father cr is any difficulty in getting in. It is for the -- was not a stockholder in tn Cumber- It as your sainted mother's request that yo
this could scarcely be true unless Crocket un- NO. LVI lhnd has not yet discovered-talking ofthecon- Public-it is to improve, to elevate, and to grat- land Bank, he stated his wish to purchase tweu-, should be removed from the city to the quiet of
derwent a very sudden change-of heart, as ev- T N duect of his rulers as we can talk of ours, with iry the taste of the public. Music was playing ty shares in that institution at as low percentage a country litc, where you should become the
er since his conviction, he has expressed him- rhlNGIGS IN MILAN. thle same fireedomu and the same ease ;-but I tlhe' court. The authorities of the State as possible. pupil of your fthther, and take upon you such
self with evident hostility towards Russell, MILAN, Sept. 21st, 1835. will venture to say from the experience of al- were there ; why ? simply to confer upon some While he was speaking, the look of easy has- charges as will sm'v to render you useful in
whom he justly accused of having ensnared My last letter left me in the theatre or opera, most five hundred instances, that almost the hullble artists, painters, and sculptors, the md- vitality passed fioml thle stockholder's features, the humble lot my broken spirits and nnpov-
him into a course of crime, which has proved oMilan, admiring its construction, and remark- very first impression lihe will attempt to make ala of reward as a public tribute for the dawn- which instantly changed to their usual crafty ie fortune has t us. Grace canyo
fatal to both. We understand, that, while Mr ig upon the other uses to which as a fashion- 1on your attention after a few, minutes ac- i-'se o rgelius they had bu t begun to exhibit. business expression-ho comnpressol li,3 lips, cherhtlly undertake the hardships ot a life so
Taylor andthe officers were with them,they con- able exchange, it was devoted, than that of the : qliaintance, is, the society in which he moves, Iheare lessons tt despotism is teaching crossed one leg over the other, nd dru ed monotonous
fessed a great deal more than they were opera or the ballet. Generallv, the fashionables, or ought to move, or expects to move. The republica'ism, salutary lessons too; for thatof on the stand beside him with tlhe air of a man 'I can, Father,' repolld the gentl chihl, rals.
ever even suspected of, and it is to be hoped,, listen but little to thel music, or regard but little! company hie keeps is always in his mouth. His w"Ich despotism has no 1 ear, it cultivates and debating about an offoirhe Can well afFord to re- ing the meek eyes she had inherited from h'-r
that their dying disclosures may be the means the spectacle, opening their eyes, and their eyes great acquaintances, whether hlie hasany or not, patronizes. It isa MAtecenas fbr the arts, but lot lost mother to hi face, with the confidence of
o f detecting their associates, who are said to be only, to the favorite parts-turning at other! re about the first and last things you hear from letters alone, it says,-.if letters venture upon aught 'Really, I don't know,' he saidwitha becom- a pure heart untried in the struggles of life,
I __S"your-eat- fro uti7 3] Itcrvnur k o au to13-, md ntk o lesil ih b c,- ue 1f)Ou tid l il tle 0 O ie
at least ten in number, times their backs upon the actors, and loudly him. The great society of England, I verily butitit. .. to miy power! As in Greece, as ng share ofindifference, 'stock in our bank is Again she was pressed to her parent's bosom,
Sheriff Sumner read their death warrant to chatting in their respective little circles-alt- believe, the young men of England love more in Rome, as in the Republics of Italy of'the first rate property-iff sell twenty shares 1 shall and again lie thanked God that so much hap.
them in the cell, from which they wereeimme- ways awake, however, it is said, to the ballet, tthan their God., for they sacrifice every thing ill'dde ages, as in Venicoi, Florence, and Ge- want a handsome premium. How much do pines was left to hin-,.
diately conducted to the scaffold. Theymarch- always wonder-struck by the "declamation of of the heart, or the sentiment, ti-1. .. lives noa above all, it becomes the Republicans ofA- you expect to pay?' EaIrly the next morning Mr Sthgate and
ed their last march across the yard with a corn- the legs," which somo French woman has wit- every where all over the globe, solely it seems nierca to associate letters with the arts, and The stranger replied by asking how the Cu e- his daughter started on their journey to the in,
posed step and a firm air. As .soon as they tily said the people of Milan only hear. But to me, to get into it. The love of the titled is thus, even more (as all history proves) satisfy berland stock then stood(, terior. At Paris they left the public convoya:nca
11 t ,le clllels agantRpbia,/1,ta h 1il-awvh'l ste
reached the platform, they were at once fully there is no inattention now, for Malibran is on with an Englishman, (or an English woman,) P L cavilltrs against Republicanism, that tle igh-- alwayshigh,'replied the othor, avoid- and procteded in a hired chaise. As they
pinioned and their final position adjusted. Du- the boards-the wonderful Malibran, whose a passion, a perfect nmonommania ;-and hence highest state ol inlcllectual cultivation is com- ig a direct 'answer, 'ours is a safe institution penetrated into tho country toward Woodstock,
ring this awful moment-the last in which they genius and acquisitions of languages are such he is ever talking of it, for thle reasons that I patible with, and in some degree dependent --yields fine dividends-the only bank in the the scenery, hitherto cult'vated and pastoral,
ever beheld the lighlit ofday-Russell's county, that shie is equally at home on the stage of' have given-that though he has one govern- U on tho fieedou of the whole people. I here state tlat hld out specie payments through swelledgradually into irregular hills, broken
nance and tremulous limbs indicated intense London, or Paris, or Madrid, as on that of Mi- ment as firoee as ours, yet he has another, invisi- repeat that in the progress ofmy letters I mean the last war-shares always above par,"-he occasionally into huge precipices, thrusting
terror, while Crockett displayed more compo-, lan-a native, as it were, in the four languages, ble-unklnown ahnlmost-but terribly powerful ac- to show the youngartists of America the means was running onl in praise of his hobby, built the their granite crags through their covering of
sure and firmness than we have witnessed in able to pass as one lisping each from her infa'n- ting withoutconstitutionsor arms, but evrcliroc- of entering Italy with the least possible expense stranger again brought him to the point, by say- underwood and forst-.treces. As they proceeod-
bim since the morningofhis first arraignment. cy The magnificent theatre was filled in all ting all eyes towards the splendor of its throne. -'and when that is demonstrated to be noth- ing that he had left a daughter at the inn near ed, spots of picturesque grandeur broke upoal
-They both employed this briefspce in prayer ; its lodges, the royal lodge except, and through-' Thle church of England in England, I solemn- 'Ing n comparison witi what Americans genle- by, who would be anxious for his return, and the view at every turn of the road. Now our
and occasionally the words "Save me!" "Save out its broad parterre or pit. Whenever she lv believe, is upheld as the church of the State, rally believe, I hope that the funds will be sup- that he must solicitI a direct answer to his pro- travellers were in the depths of a valley, and
me!" in deep funereal tones, could be heard appeared or spoke,a general hush which sounds ;'y the sole influence that it is vulgar to belong plied to send as many Americans as there are position, then a bleak precipice shot its cliffs over their
proceeding from Crockett, after his cap was much like our hiss of disapprobation, ordered to any other ;-for as the church of England of English and Germans and French, to study 'Well, what do you say to eight per cent?' re- heads as they wound up the brow of a bill,
drawn over his face. all to be still, and all were as still as death.- is the only fashionable church, there is dan- such pamintugs as the Transfiguration of Rapli- pliefd the capitalist, while the mouitaill-lake lay sleeping beneath
All the preparations being completed, the The opera was Othello, but all unlike the O- gor of losing caste if you frequent any other! el, and such ]picecs of statuary as that of the 'That is more than I am prepared to pay- then}, in the de'ose shadow thrown by an un-.
Sheriff held up the Death Warrant, and obser- thello of Shakespeare, except that it was based The all-absorbing public topics of England, in cnus de Medici. Would that Congress could the best stocks in Boston were not more than broken rocky causeway frowning on the oppo-.
ved-"Ihold in my hand a warrant from the upon that great tragedy, and then metamor- its cirnl's and itsfumilie. i're therefore, I'OLI devote some of the surplus ftnds of the na- livewhen I left.' site shore, sur, mounted by a range of blasted
Governor of Massachusetts, commanding phosed to suit Italian convenience. But if 1 Tcs and sOCIE'TY, tle difl1'rcnce frlom the Uni-, tion to an object so glorious, which, if it were 'You are flom Boston, then,' inquired, or ra- trees, and app,'aring like a close file of dusky
me to inflict the pains of death upon Simeon had never heard of the play-if I had not tod Status consisting in the second being made done, would elevate us more in the eyes of thor aflHnned tile stock-holder, losing sight of giants each braundisihing his spear against tho
L. Crockett, and Stephen Russell, and accor- known one word of the language, and who a primary topic, while with us it is only a sec- Europeans, and do us more good abroad as a his bargain in the eagerness of his curiosity, sky. In these wild bills the cross roads were
dingly I am now going to discharge my duty." can tell in what words any opera is written a- ondaiby and minor one. In France, where t1he nation than a series of the most splendid vic- The stranger canlly replied that he was. rough and dangerous. More than once Mr
*So saying, he crossed the stage, observed to see mid the loud outpouring of music and the chant press is not as fice as the English press, where tortes. To think that at'ists will spring up 'Came this morning in the sloop Mary-Ann, Suthgate and poor Grace were obliged to leave
if all was clear, and then literally cut "the brit- of the singers ?-yet, the mere expression, the government is of another character, where an in the United ',,ii. .....i.,i'r.,', ,.'.",, as it were I suppose?' persisted the inquirer, the chaise and pick their way through the
tle thread of life," and the drop fell'with its pe- mere looks of Malibran's face, were enough to army must lbe strong, and where a police is vig- withlMofthe study of models, or the instruction 'Yes,' was dhe dry answer, which would'havo stones choking the road, and not unf'equcntly
culiar dead dull sound. Russell's spinal col- vivify, and make speak the play. -In this the ilant over the politics as well as over tle mor- of masters, to hope that artists can deck the silenced any mnan born south of New England ; bounding down the steep, loosened by the
umn was probably dislocated by the shock, for power of'the actress, superadded to the melody als of the people, but where there is something walls of the Capitol by inspiration, is hazarding but Mr ---- a heavy stock-holder in a weal- horse, in his struggle for a sure foot-hold, as he
he did not move a minute, but Crockett strug- and power of the singer, Malibran so shoots a- of an equality in society, in its freedom quite a little more upon t e virtue of a f".e govern- thly state bank, had a comfortable sense of toiled on with the empty chaise. The day
gled dreadfully about seven minutes,. the chief head of the little and pretty Grisi, whom many approximating to that of ours, politics are less ment, than even I, witl all my faith in its mi- his own importance. What is money good for was waning when our travellers reacled the
part of which time, he was undoubtedly con- think her rival upon the stage, not that they discussed, or more carefully discussed,-while raculous powers, can credit"to it. if it will not enable its possessor to be ill-bred end of their journey, For more than a mile
scious of hissituation. can really think she is her rival in genius, but of society little or nothing is said, but as it af- A few words upon the commerce of Milan, & when ho pleases.? Nothing, certainly. Mr.-- their road hlad run along the very summit of
It is scarcely necessary, we should think, to that having often witnessed her excellencein fords pleasure or instruction. The vent that lam ofl-'wheroVenice sate,instate, throned on had an undoubted right to ask imiprtinont a hill, exceedingly broken, yet commanding a
refer particularly to the crime for which these the opera of the Puritani, where she so emi- Politics allows not, seeks to discharge itself up- her hundred isles.' Milan, remember, is not, questions--he could afford it-so he went on ine \i 'w of the country. Suddenly it swept
men suffered:-On the night of the 22d ofOc- inotly distinguishes herself, they fancy that no on the Dramn, or the Ball, or the Dress. The upon the sea, nor is it upon any river. It is,.regardless of the annoyance of his victim. bick from ni eminence running parallel, and
tober, under the guise of friendship, they visit- one can he like her there-or elsewhere. Theatre there begins to assume an importance upon a vast plain, like a city built as it were, a[ 'Brought your family, you say ?' the r, al tir'eud sharply down into a little val-
ed a humble but decent family, with whorn The Theatre, the Army, the Church!-you and an influence, not known in the United nmid a prairieofIllinois. One hundred and thir- 'All Ih'at remains to. me,' replied the stranger ley of some twenty acres. Through t chain
they spent a most convivial evening, while see with with what confitsion a letter-writing States, (for though as a people we are more ty thousandinhabitants livewell within itswalls, in a broken voice, while an expression of an- between tl1o two hills a mountain-stream dash,
plotting their destruction by midnight flames._ minstrel must mingle things sacred and profane, attached, I think, to theatrical spectacles than while the whole surrounding country is thick guish contracted his high foreheald and treie- ed in a sheet offamin to the valley, and wound
Over one hundred persons-men women and But in Italy, these topics are not so distant nor the English, yet the theatres of our cities are with towns and villages. Canals dug during'bled on his lips, unregarded by his ruthless in a considerable body through an opening in
.children-were aroused from their sleep to find so discordant as one may imagine. The thea- not so much supported by the home population the middle ages connected it with the Adda questioner, who continued,-- the north. Just in the curve of the hill stood a
themselves surrounded by. a swift spreading tre is an engine as important as that of- the as by the travelling population that have no and the Tessin. Thus began its commerce, 'Probably you intend to settle in Portland ?' small, neatly finished house, with a meadow
conflagration, and parents had scarcely time to church or the army.' What politics are in En- where else to spend their evenings,)--and this for in these canals is its veritable wealth, 'No sir.' spreading its green bosom in front, and a small
dart through waves of fire with their naked gland, plays are in Italy. The genius, the spir- importance in France, far above that of the for they serve the city not only in the m-e-\ 'Back in tlto country then ;' garden, hedged by rows of currant bushes and
-children in their arms. it, the fermentation of tile people, pent up else- theatre in England, becomes all important chnlic arts and in the .irrigation of the 'Yes.: cherry trees, both ruddy with frnit, stretching
At tbe trial of Crockett it was argued by where, seek vent in and on the theatre. The when you go over the Alps into Italy. Ev- fields, but for transportation, now that the Alps ; 'On the Kennebeck ?' to a precipice at the back, Mr Suthgatecheck-


Messrs R. C. Winthrop and Blake, that the ac- theatre becomes onl of the great topics of dis- ery stage coach.you enter, exhibits the interest are passed by the St. Gothard and the Simplon. 'No, the Androscoggin.' ed his horso at the bend o tle road, an point,
usedd could not h-ave been so stupid as to corn- cussion and dispute. As our people applaud people take in the theatre,-the paroxysms of I have spoken of irrigation, for this seems to 'Why, what can such a person as you ap- ing to the valley as' it lay, serene and beautiful,
mit such a heinous crimo in the presence of an the orator who pleuass then, the Italian ap- enthusiasm they have-the fierce war of words be one great object of the canals of Lombardy, pear to be, expect to do away back in the in tioh bosom of the hills, said,
acquaintance of only six hours stand, but plauds the actor or actress who pleases him.- and gestures they can wage. You hear them and the science of hydraulics and hydraulic woods ?-oh, I see-got men up there getting 'Thern, Grace is our farm--look at it-then
their blind and wanton wickedness only proved As we divide into parties upon men, they di- too in the veotrinos, at the Caffes, the Trattorias, architecture are employed throughout allNorth out lumber-fino season fr logging.' look abroad, and say if the whole is not even
that that they had grown reckless and i.icau- vide into parties upon actors, actresses, and where ns they sip their coffee, or nibble lheir Italy, with as much intelligence as sucess. If The stranger saw that there were no hopes more bautiitli than I have described it.'
tious by previous success in similar undetected plays. In the pit of Milan I have seen the dinners, you har'them ring with every mouth- any Ameri ,(nisn is here surprised that so largo a of concluding Iis business till hle had furnish- Grace heont eagerly fward, and for some mo-
deeds. In relation to the part assigned to each man who must have worked hard to earn a ful, some discussion upon the drama. Thus as city, with no navigable waters by steami or ed the stock-holder with his history, p;sl, inmeuts remained breathlessly gazing on the sub-
on the night in question, Crockett says he was seat there, though tlhe entrance is cheap enough I have said before, as 'our people talk politics, wind, can have grown up on the like of an A- present and to come ; so in a few hurried lieme scenery around her: Lesser declivitiel
to fire Benson's house, because he was well ac- compared with our prices, convulsed with on- tlie Italians talk ofplays. -- As we talk of our in,,ricvan prairie ground, and persisted in grow- words hi stated that he was a native of .Main', than the one on which they stood, were swell-
quainted with the localities of it; and while ac- thusisisn, every limb agitated, every muscle in great men, they talk of their great singers aud ing up too, after a ruthless destruction by thle but had spent most of his life in Bonstonm asa ing away on either side like a succession of
complishing his hellish purpose, Russell was ;notion, his bead swinging in ecstacv, and tears composers. Bellini is their Webster. Mali- Orogoths, and an entire overthrow and utter merchlinnt-thaint he hIad amassed a lare prop- broken waves, till their undulations wore lost in
to set fire to tlhe adjacent carpenters' shops, and gushing out of his eyes under the pathos of bran-Gen Jackson, say excep'tthat thesweet desolatlion by Frederic Barbarossa, let him re- erty there, which had been greatly diminished the distant landscape, spreading away to the
this statemr.ent of Crockett's explains that pat Matlibran, where education too, and the finer enchantress takes her inspiration fp;-mi tlhe mcmbcr thal theo patronage of its public me.n by Cho villainy of one e11", had trpsted, is ]io'irzn ;1 14 sea of forest trees Cultivaaj.j













arms occasionally broke the mtnoi6tonoils foli
age of a hill side, or smiled in thle valleys lik
spots of joy in the wasle oflif,; wvlile here an
there stupendous rragm"ents of rock iUpreare
their rifted heads fro a the bosom of the wil
derness like the battlements of n darker wordh
their sides dasiced sparingly witlh sainted trees
dead pilies bristling ip their nakedt sides, an
the 'green monar(ach, Of t'le forest crowdin'eg t
their feet as if' tou do them homage. Thle sui
was onl the verge of tile horizon showering it
'powdered gold' over a portion of the west, anu
melting into purple twilight over the still bhos
om of the forest. Regardless of fatigue tie fil
tlier and danl l"'Iter sit gaining u pon thie scen
wrapped iiu tie nournful thoughts which s
natin-allv Steal pnou tile mind when the dsa'
is e-xpi -im. Neillier spoke, for both wer;
thinking of lier who hiad been the sui of their
little world.
'1alloo there-what's tie difliculty,' inquired
it lnsty farmer, riding up the hill with a bag o
newly v ground meal thrown across his horse by
way of saddle- 'halloo-does your horse shy
or h s've you lost a linchpin ?'
Mr' Suthgate took up his reins, and answering
that nothing was the matter, was proceeding
down the hill-himt his noew friend soon came
on a level with hnim and drew up for a parley.
'Rather guess I've seen that'are horse o' young
Ifore, hiav'nt I?-dlon't lie belong on Pari
Hill ?I
Mr Suthgate replied'that he did.
'Sartin on't the first mmiit-any news stirring?
Mr Suthgate replied that lie knew of none.
'Belong on Paris Hill, lia ?'
'No, in Boston.'
'Boston !-whlv yon can't the man that's
bought Mr Dean's place down below here, arc

'Yes, 1 Ihave purchased the farm at the foo
of the lill.'
'Wal, now I thought so-glad to see vou Ml
Slithgate-that's your name they tell me--hope
you'll be neighbhorly-I live in the black' house
yot'vue ust pnst,'-and the good-hearted fellow
reached over andul shook Mr Suthgate's hand,
as if hlie had been swinghuling flax for a wager
Then resuming his perpendicular on the meal-
b)g, hlie continued,
'That's your daughter, I s'pose ?'
'Yes, my only chilld.I
'I've got one just about her age-I'll send her
river to scrape acquaintance to-morrow-vou'll
find my oldest girl waiting for vou.'
Grace smiled gently, and said she should be
hapny to see his daughter;
'Yes, I warrant you'll be like two peas in a
pod-you'll find all your things in order, Mi
Suthguate-we went down and helped unload
the goods night afore last-they are all put up
just as you wrote-if there's any thing more
to do ['11 ride back with you.'
Mr Suthgate thanked him as his kindness
deserved, but declined troubling him.
'W,"ral, good night then-if alny thing's want-
ed-you'll know where to send-my name's
Hinman ;'-then the kind farmer settled him-
self on his meal-bag, and admonishing Mhi
horse with his stirrupless foot trotted leisurely
toward home, while his new neighbors pro-
'ceeded to their halbitation.
As Mr ITinumn had taught them to expect
they founm his daughter waiting their arrival,
abnd after aslighit supper Grace received her
father's hiss and went to her little chamber.
Her heart swelled as she entered it. Tihe fliur-
niture was that of her bed-chamber in Bostor
'-=tile same white countoerpano was on the bedl
-anId tile night wivind enme through the small
.open sashes laden with the breath of wildh
,i.... =, and played with its invisible fingers
2mintng the snowy folds of the samie muslin
cuirtatins that hld draped lher windows at home.
'lowi very, very good it was in dear papa to
think of bringing all tlese things hore,' were
the gratefi thoughts with which the young
girl sunk to slump.
Mr Suthlgite had selectleid.the occupation of
n fTi- r n.i t.iot hii, vh-11 I 3- in i huudl i cluoa hlse
life ;: but with his now station he still retained
nil their refinemenis ofhis former one. His was
an intellect that never could become subservi-
ent to the propensities; benevolence and true
religion seemed a ruling portion ofhis nature,
and hlie sought the quiet ofa country life, rath-
er from a disinclinntion to remain longer in a
pursuit, which too octen delhnses all the facilities
ofthe soul into an accordance With the one
great passion for gain, than because his fallen
fortunes hiad rendered retirement absolutely
necessar-. THe had transported to his remote
farm suc h f his household-gods as were mos
associated with the memory of his deceased
wife. The brary out of which they had
road toether-the globes from which they had
given lessons to their child-the piano she had
touched-hall were placed in the little parlors
which, with a kitchen, bed-roonataid porch,
constituted the lower part ofthe house. Sa-
rah Hinman, a good-natured girl, perfectly at
home in all the branches of housewifery, re-
mained several weeks with her new neighbors,
in order to instruct the inexperienced Grace inl
her various duties ; then the father and daugh-
ter were left to the quiet. enjoyment of their
home. Three years had passed away and time-
had yielded itsb halmn to the hearts of the wid-
ower and orphan, yet hlad wrought but little
change in the person ofMr Snthgate. If his
ample forehead was not quite so smooth and
white, the glow of a contented spirit broke
over it with a compensating lustre; and the
few additional lines about his mouth took
nothing from the benevolence of his smile. His
face was slightly sun-burnt, and his hands em-
browned with labor; but a robust form, with
habits cheerful -and healthy, had taken, the
place of his fb-rmer pale and melancholy ex-
pression of countenance, and the gentle Grace
never once thought of the hardness of hishand
when it was laid in blessing on her head.
The change that had come over Grace
Suthgate was beautiful. She had gained but
little in height, but her form was more gr'ace-
fully rounded, her hair more abundant, and her
clear white cheek dimpled sweetly when she
smiled ; whlile her lips, like ripe strawberries
in brightness anmd color, took away the appea'r-
ance of ill-health, which her perfect whiteness
might other wise have conveyed. Pure in per-
son and more pure in mind was Grace Snth-
gate; and it was beautiful to see her, after per-
forming the labor of her little household, draw
at stool to her father's feet, even as she had done
when a child ; and, with her knitting-work in
her hand, and with a book open on her knea,
spend the long, winter evening in adding to
her stock of mental wealth ; now and then lay-
ing down her work and leaning on her father's
knee, within her sweet eves raised to his, as he
explained a passage which had puzzled lher.
Every night since her mother's death had the
good girl prayed, that she might be enabled to
fulfil the duties that death had imposed on her
youth; and every day Mr Suthgato felt more
strongly the benevolence of God in granting
him a child, so lovely and so good, to cheer the
solitude of his heart She was to him a com-


panion, child and friend, strengthening her in-
tellect to meet his, and drinking with avidity
the scientific lessons hiu loved to teach her. It
was scarcely possible for' tw'o persons to be
thrown more completely on each other fori
hr-ppiness, ypt they never incked resources.
Together they planted their little gardelon with
vegetables and flowers, hon1vshuckles were
tonight to trail over the parlor window, ro.d and
white rose-bushes formed a little wildrnriess
about the house, and a young apple orchard,
at the foot of the rneadow, gave rich promise
of fruit in- after summers.
Mr IHinnmah who was their nearest neighbor,
lived it mile distant over the hill; and about


- three miles fi-om tlie outlet of the valley was a 2000 miles oi afterr communication w'h the ly as it would seem,-they having formed ',
e cluster of four or five houses, a grist-mill and a most fertile & productive regions of thqWest, part of the actual business of the Senate;-and S A L E M :
d store. A. flw months after their arrival in the so that by the irand Erie Canal, all thesq'waters the correction being made at the time, and he-
d valley, Sarah Ilinmian had been married and are connected with the waters of the bfautifuil fore the subject matter in dispute was finally TIHURSDAY, MARCII -24, 81,96.
l- had removed from the neighborhood ; while 11iddson on the East and South; and witt the o- settled. They were no record of the ,action of ........... -
, Nancy, the voutiger daught ri, ftlly verified her ceanl the SMenate,-and ?never 7iiouild havee been spread Hare -lhall the Prer 'i4 people's risl..s n mintain,
Father's prediction, by showing her rosy face he canals of N. Y. are, in addition tdthe E- on the journad, in the ordinary course of business., uI.iaad Iy in,,ence, inld unbridled by gnin ;
i at Mr Siithgate's, at leas twice each week. One rie (which has 84 locks & 698feet oflockge) the -Yet this case Mr BENTro called his sheet an- P11. egeitrt ribe, 5.,riy,an iet d. '
o morning Nancy cam( e running down the steep Champlainiconnecting Lake Champlain ith the chor,-"the main pillar of his argument!" He ... .. .. .....................
n beyond the house with her bonnet hanging by Erie Canal ;length 63 miles; the Oswe canal, said that it was a perfect precedent for "expun- I O6 m imiaWOU
s the strings and flying out behind, and her connecting Lake Champlain with the Er Canal going" the Journal,-and labored toshow a sim- a
d large hazel eves dancing with delight, at Salina,length 38 miles; a canal connecting ilarity in the cases which gave rise to the dis-
s- 'Grace--Grace Suthgate! where alte you?' Cayiga&Sencca lakes with the Erie; 20\niles in cussions in the several instances. FoR PRESIDE.N'r or THE U. STATES,
I- she exclaimred, running from one room to length-the Chemung canal, 18 miles inllangth, Mr PORTER asked at what time after the 9-ANIEI TL t rEP SRST E2,P
e, another till she found the object of her search and the Chenango. not quite completed which record was made, the expunging process was OF MASSACHURETTS.
o in the porch, moulding and stamping delicate will connect the Susquehaunah river witl the ordered?
little eakes from a heap of golden butter lying Erie canal at tica;-length about 70 files.- Mr BENTON shook his head most ominously, roR vicE PaIEiDrNT,
.e in a tray before her,-'Oh I'm so tired-I'm These canals with their navigable feedd-s, give and replied that if that gentleman would only rt
r so happy-who do you think has come?' 56 2 miles of canal navigation in the Statp. The be patient he wouldblow up that little point, di- ANCI G IS lGER, .
'I am sure I cannot tell, Nancy.' interior of the State so abounds in lbautifill rectly Mr PORTER sat down, and waited pa- OF NEw YORK.
d 'But guess-gless.' lakes, 16 of which are navigable from Mto 50 tiently to be blown up!
f 'Well, your sister and her husband.' miles, that very short cuts unite extensive por- B. then fell back again upon the constitution- EASTERN RAIL ROAD.
V 'No, James, brother James-and lie has not tions of country with the Erie canal, which is al argument, and to the "keeping the Journal."
, been at home before in six years-you can't the great artery. Counting on his fingers one after the other, he It has been stated in some of our papers as "iM-
think how handsome lie is-his hair is all said; touching theefirstfinger, 'there is not awsord-,' PoRTrANr" information, that the Rail Road Com-
e combed up in the tip of the mode, and his coat .- then the second, "nor a letter," then the third mittee of the Maine Legislature had reported in
g reaches almost to his heels, and shines just like C O N G E S S 'noran iota,' tlien the fourth,' nor atittle,' against favor of the petitioners for the interior route from
e satin ; and then lie has got such a proud, ert Correspondence of theBaltimore Paot. expuging in the constitution Who could Prt t the New Hampsire line, t the diour-
kind of a way with him, just as all the gentle ftil of being convinced by so decided a demon- I i t
n folks have ;-I'm so glad I could jump over WASHINGTON, .tharch 181. S, 136. traction, lucidly illustrated? Mr BENTON lias agemnent of tile petitioners for a route which connect,
s the house,'-and the happy girl began to dance EXPUNGING.-A FARCE.-SCENE rFRST.' tile whole argument, literally,\ at his finger's with the line from Boston, through Salem, Newbury-
around the room like a crazy creature ; then -"Oh for a muse offire, that would ascead enls port and Portsminouth. But it will be seen by the
pulling her bonnet over her head she darted "The bri'ghest heven of invention I Having occasion to quote one of his own following article copied from the Portsmouth Ga-
p' away, saving, 'Well, I must go, for I ran away, speeches, he played offa most delectable piece
just to tell you that James and I are coming That I might set out, in such attractive and ofmockmodestv; callingon his friend GARRET zette of Tuesday, that the "boot is now on the other
down here ;-ho says he's failed in business, pleasing terms as befits tile occasion, the scene to read it.-WALL with great alacrity obeyed. foot." As the niatter now stands, the sense of the
& is going to stay at home with us all winter- I have just witnessed in the Senate It was Meanwhile LAIR chell some private discourse Iouse of Representatives of Maine appears to be
S)but I'll tell the rest when I come again, so be unique. It should have beca seen to be enjoy- with the great orator, over the back qf his chair, very decidedly favorable to the seaboard route.-
e ready for us, fill- he takes great deal of notice, ed. Yet what a way-faring correspondent of By the display ofivory upon the occasion, 1 We may expect their final decision in a few days:-
I can tell you.' yours, Mr Editor, can do, shall be ihcrfiully judged that something was said I was so ta-
t Before she had finished her speech the rest- done by way of informing your readers of "the ken up with this little piece ofby play between Ra RIL RoAD on TI*-i SEABOARD. It will be
less airl was half way down the meadow, leav- stirring scene." Then thus it happened. the BENTON arnd the BLAIR. (parnobile fJalrtumn!) seen by the subjoined extracts finm'the proceedings
r ing Grace to her conjectures about the time of You must know that Mr Benton has been that 1 lost the reading of the'WALL, and could of the Maine Legislature, that the incorporation for
e the promised visit. Of James Hinman she for the last two months preparing mightily for not tell to what purpose this old patch was sew- a Railroad on the lower route, from Portland through
had never heard, except when Nancy with this occasion. He came to Congress this ses- ed upon the new tapestry. After it was over, Saco, Kennhbuk, &c. to Portsmouth, is in a state
pardonable vanity, occasionally boasted of her sion dressed something like decency, am dis- Punch jumpedon the rope again, and went on at "warn ss, and will probably pass at the pres-
brother, the merchant, in Boston. In truth carded that broad brinnmed old hat, and rusty with his performance. ent session. Iete position whichothis bill in every
there was little known of his recent life, even cloak which disfigured so much personal grace- The next thing was to preach sermon. The ge "en interested in the construction ofs and Riler
byl his own family. He had left home in his filness, and obnubilated so much sterling worth text was taken from the book ofJob,-how ap- interested in te construction or Rai-
nineteenth year, because his industrious father and dignity, during the last winter. He evi- propriately for patience is a virtue! and ran fedd on to ver, is unfair d u warrant though. Th
had reproached himn for idleness on the fiari, dently felt as if a great weight of responsibility in these words. Oh, that mine enemy friends of the lower route have no disposition to
Nothing was heard of him until nearly three Was attached to him as the grand champion of would write a book !" Reading from a printed prevent theincorporation of Railroad Com pany
* years had passed, when a letter came, stating "the Expunge,'"-and his look, his gesture, his annual report of the Batik of the United States, on the upper. If it can be constructed so mucnp
Sthat lie occupied the situation of clerk in a nod, his gait, his voice, his smile, and hsl mode the preacher attempted to identify the Bank and better-the public will thereby be doubly aconmmo-
dry-goodsstore, in Boston. Another year e- of twirling his eye-glass, all betokened that he the Senate as having together, and quotrun nus, dated, and it is but just and fair its friends should
lapsed and then came a second, written in a felt as if the nation's weight was upon him. concocted the opposition to the President, and exercise the same liberal policy towards the one
bold flourishing hand,and announcing the filact He looked Atlantean. One felt something, on the obnoxious resolution now sought to be ex- contemplated on the seaboard. The lower route is
that Mr llinman's son had become a merchant, observing his approach, his accost, his address, plunged "The Bank brought the impeach- the legitimate course of travel, and no facilities that
There wag a tone of consequential arrogance which, if not veneration, was something a ment, -and the Senate acted a subaltern part." may be offered on the upper can divert from it tany
running through Mr James Hinmasiis epistle, great deal more natural and much morestrong He showed a word or two in the resolution to considerable amount of the immense travel that
by no means palatable to his honest father. A few days ago he introduced his proposi- be identical with a word or two in the report, now moves in this direction. A Railroad must and
lHe wrote patronizingly to the whole family ; tion to expunge from the Journal of the Senate and hence the deduction. During all this, he will be constructed on this route, despite of all on-
was fir removing his unmarried sister to the a resolution adopted two years ago by that body turned first to one side, and then to the other, position that may be made to it, and thestand taken
city, that she might be accomplished ; and on motion of Mr Clay, reprobatory ofma certain winking at BLAtIR, and snarling at CLAY, while against it by persons of conflicting interests will only
hoped that his father would not think of visit- unauthorized act of President Jackson. It laid the "official printer" grinned from car to ear, serve to promote it. The Road from Boston to
Sing him, without first providing himself with a on the table its due time, and was to-day called and disclosed a most formidable array of ivory, Portsmouth will be constructed as soon as the sever-
new suit of broadcloth, as he assured him that up, by the mover, for consideration. -sufficient to decoy a tusk hunter from the al acts of incorporation throughout the whole line
his 'best coat' would be sadly out of fashion Mr Benton began by making some reply to chase of an elephant. can be obtained, and it is absolutely necessary that
in Boston. This was the unkindest cut of all. the argument that has been used against his doc- After the sermon, came a psalm singing, in it should be continued through Maine to the com-
Mr IIinman could bear that his son should trine of expurgation upon the constitutional which there was much glory to ANDREw, and inercial emporium of that State. The whole addi-
be idle and run away-that lie should seldom ground tliatthe Senate must "keep a journal." hosanna to "the party." Then followed a hom- tional stock necessary for a road on the lower route
I write and never visit home ; but when lie pre- He said he would not propose to do aught ily upon the impeachable character ofthie char- from Boston to Portland, if the several companies
Sulimed to insinuate that his blue coat was not which could at all compromise the constitution- ges alleged against the president in the obnox- were incorporated, would be instantly taken up.
exactly the thing-the venerable garment that al duty of the Senate. Accordingly Ie coin- ious resolution. About this point, I fell asleep, MAINE LEGISLATURE-1HOUSE.
r had performed duty on his wedding-day, and menced dialogue with the Clerkat the 'Secre- and was awakened by the bustle attendant up- MONDAY, March 14.
clothed his broad shoulders every sabbath, to tary's table. on adjournment. The galleries were empty, and The Committee on Railroads and Canals, to whom
say nothing of town-meeting and muster days, B. "Mr Clerk, please to tell me how many feeling rather vexed at being caught there alone, was referred the petition of Ether Shepley et als.
for tlhe last-twenty five years-when James journals are kept by the Secretary of the Sen- I made the best of my way home to give you for an act of incorporation for the purpose of build-,
IHinman dared to do this, the father was con- ate ?" this record. The second scene shall be forth- m'g a railroad from Portland to the New Hampshire
l vinced that lie must be utterly degenerate, and C. "One manuscript, and two printed copies.' coming in due season. line through Saco, report that the petitioners should
with a heavy heart he prepared to ascertain the B. "Very well: aind how many are distribut- Private bills in the House. Nothing important. have leave to withdraw their petition. Mr Emery
facts of his son's situation. Early one fine ed, and to whom ?" The notes taken for inme there notworth writing wit instructions o a reommitm a bient of thepetition
Morning his horse was brought to the door, C. "One thousand and ten copies,-bhy order out. 0. Alfred moved than the report lie on te table, andof
n an(d an old pair of saddle-bags thrown over his of the Senate, and by law." Hetre hle read the Correpo.e7ce of the Bostoi Atlas. after a long debate, Messrs Holme and hunt advo-
Sbackde, with one end stuffed with oats for thle persons to whom they were distributed. Co ence of he osto ias. fte a on debate, Messrs Homes and Hunt advo-
Seast, and the other equally well filled within a B. "Well, Mr President, in laxw these printed WASHINGTrON, March 19. caing, mand Messrs Emery, Perkins, Sturdivant, and
box of haked beans, six dozen dough-nuts and copies are the same as the original. The print- The Senate were not in session to-day. Be- Chadwick opposing tile motion, it prevailed, 71 to
a lump of cheese fbi the man. Mr Hinman ed ones are the only copies ised by members fore the adjournment of that body yesterday, 41. r
f shook hands with his wife and daughter, tried of the Senate. Every Senator therefore keeps MrI Benton moved the postponement of the fillor- er, eco, gaVe ntice ilt ie shold
th, s;rrp ;t his oot, md raised himself the journal as it was originally." Was not this thr consideration of hs expunging resolution -orro sleaveto bring i a billoincorporate
cautiously to his seat on thoi saddle-bags; then pregnantly illusitrated ? till Monday, the 4th of April next, which was company to str a Raroad ro Portland to
g o t tlthis New IHampshire line,
taking a bundle from his wifo, which contained The next matter was to show the appropri- agreed to, although it was privately suggested ( Tu March 15.
the aforesaid wedding coat, with other things ateness of the word "expunge" to the case in by one of the members that thle 1st of April Mr Emer of Saco n leave, laid on table
to match, he swung it oil his arm ; andl with hand. B. remarked with a great deal of pom- would be a much more appropriate day for the a bill to incorporate the Portland, Saco and Ports-
his nether limbs sugly cushioned against the posity,-"Sir, we reverse a dec ision,-annul a Plurpose. mouth Railroad Company, which was twice read,
oats and doughi-nuts, started in a sober trot for judgemlent, repedal a law, rescind an order and in the House the North Carolina contested c- and ordered to be printed. Mr Emery moved to
1Boston. EXPUNGE a resolution. The remedy is to lb election has again Ibeon the subject of discussion, refer it to a select committee of the House. A dis-
The events of ns journey wre nev united, simt, to the evil, sir,-yes sir, to the evil, .rThe report of' the majority of the Van Buren cussion arose, which gave rise to a personal alter-
The events ofi itman's jobservney ere never sir! Here we lnave no judgemient to annul,-the Packed committee on this case is, you will re- calion of great severity between Messrs Holmes and
inadii puhlic ; but it was observed that hle never Senate has not issued its judgement; no order collect, in favor of Newland, who is the peti- Perkins. The Chair interfered and put a stop to
hoasto of his son after lis etuu, and tha he to rescind,-for here has been no attainder tioinl,,g member, and a supporter of the adnmin- tie course which the discussion had taken. The
ate every theh ing in vth ape o a dy against the blood, no capias against the person istration. Mr. Graham, the sitting member, motion to refer te bill to a Select Commiltee pre-
hi thne hopcfil south returned home aild no execution against the property of thePresi- asks for more time that lie may bring forward failed by a considerable majority. Messrs Emery,
announced his intention of remaining there fr dent, sir:-tie Senate wished to cast a sligma, certamiu testimony, thht may substantiate his of Saco, Cogswell, Lyman, Chadwick and Farley
an inidefte space of time, giving for a reason to imprint a brand, sir, upon the President : claims. is request is of course resisted by were appointed to the Committee.
that his business had been ruined and his prop- and it is not for the arrestation of any thing uow the ruling party. Mr Rencher of North Caro-
erty lost by the villainy of a partner, Mr Hin- going on, but for the extirpation of something lina, addressed the House in favor of Graham
man answered bluntly, that he was welcome already done, that this resolution is introduced." with much candor and ability. Mr. Newland, A correspondent of the Mercury recommends
to stay at home so long as he behaved himself "1 would have the Secretary of the Senate, sir, tile contester, next spoke. The question on BENJ. IERRILL, Esq. as a suitable candidate, for
--but as for the story about loss of property he bring in the manuscript journal of this body, giving timelwas then put and lost by a party Mayor of Salemn under the city charter. We think
Snever been vewor a dollar it, in his life as Jim and, sir, in the presence of the assembled Se-' vote, 87 yeas to 113 noes. highly of Mr Merrill's character and qualifications
Never waslike to be unless hlie changed his ate, and in the presence of the surrounding r WEBSTERm hadleave of absence from the for this office. We heard several respectable citi-
ways. that reso tion lies as bl ac aits own iniqui Senate, on Fridy, forte ays. zens say yesterday, that they would cheerfully vote
[To be continued.] ty, and write pon its facthe the words which the TrRTYv MILLIONs or DoLLARs I!--t will be for him on two conditions, viz: that he should build
..- ....- ...-.- justice of the country, & the voice of the people seen by the proccodin-s ill theU. S. Senate yes- a house, and "take to himself a wife." They were
demand,-awords which will remove the stigma terday, that some alarm is beginning to-be felt, probably converts to Wise's anti-hachellor notions.
The prosperity and rapid growth of the United and the brand from the name of a man who has as to the safety of the thirty millions of dollars
States have been without doubt mainly owing to the done more, civil and military, for his country, which should be in the National Treasury, but a meeting of te Whigs of Manchester, eld
system of internal improvement which has been than all the politicians vwho ever lived in it from which, ill fact, is in the 35 deposit banks scat- g Whigs of Manchester, held
its foundationn!!" That was something of a tored over the country. From theoflicial state- at the Town hall on Tuesday evening last, Col Da-
orndstillome ontinterestno be prinicences on this subig- burst,--was it not? How the President must nents lately obtained from these banks, and of, vid Colby in the chair, and Isaac Allen Secretary,
SSoo tere emiiscences on il subject have disappointed the notable predictions of which we presented an aggregate yesterday, iti the following resolution was unanimously adopted
I will be found in the following extract which we copy the orator, as to the danger of such a "bloody is evident that the Senat'eem, s the condition neoll, That Delte be oohi
from the letter of a correspondent of the Port- monster's" ruling this country But '"empora of the national treasury insecure-and no won- meeting toattend theege a rne White nv this
land Courier. mutmntur" 'c. 'c. i der, if it can be maintained, as-it had been con-. to be held in Boston, on Thursday, 24th mst.
Not t ty y s s elsed sice Governor Mr Ienon then xprssed he hope that no fide fntly asserted in that body upo thick basis of The following gentlemen were chosen-Mr Lar-


than 363 miles. This mighty undertaking was sai he should indulge in no rhetorical or de- available means to pay on demand about onfe i Gov RrNER, of Pennsylvania, has vetoed
carried onu i the face of grnet opposition an clauatoryflighlits,-but should appeal to the jIus- sixth of that suU. It will also be seen that this the bill for icreus te atl of the ,
ridicule TIhe Duthinoen on tie fertile banks tico and umlderstanchding of the Senate. He de- is no party movement, or conclusion. Even Bank of ie pit r the G'rurd
of the MohlaT, (all of when wre renl emitted precated those "posthlunmous appeals" to "thie BENTON, the great JActKso expunged, refuses Bak, of Philadelphia, to five millions of dollars--
by the operation)bitterly complained of its ruin- omity aind dignity" of the Senate, and asked to countenance the course ofproceedings in roe- and has given his reasons at length, of which six
ig their much loved fans to have a "ditch" in a towering voice, "where was comity, and. guard to the public money, or to endorse its ac- thousand copies have been ordered to be printed.
bod aned so deep pass toug hem. dey where was dignity, whe those galleries were t. ual safety. It is fill time, we think, that the This veto, however, has been nullified by a vote of
sw b..id t h r ,o ay, daily filled witlhi tol hirelings of the Bank, em- representatives of the people should tnke the me tha i i euch ,the isl-
v ali- v it co.ll eve be accopmhe, at played to hliss or applaud what took piuee on matter in hland, andl lookI after tie condition, e. o wm u bcm blovyr
least uili i h uysmul me Sa tf that flour during tle liscussilon of that rcsosu- amd provide for the safety of these TUIRTY MI r- lu the Sen.te 24 to 6; nm thseume 61 ma
it could never pay thevast expense of constri- tion, now sougt to bie expunged from the jour- LIONS of tihe People's money. Let a part of it --
tion, from its tolls, should it ever be completed. na nd -uch to the same be applied to the necessary appropriations of a
But more than thirty thousand sons of the 'cm- What a MUNCHAUS N! national character, uand the balance divided at Mr Daniel IHtauyes, while engaged in his steamy
erald isle' with 'pickt-axe and spamde,' were sum- "Yes sir," resumed he, "expunge is the word once among the several States.-Balt. Patriot nill in Dover, N. I. on Thursday morning last, was
moned to the work, and under thebestsuperin ation to another. The babe solu' suck it i BELFAST AND gUEBlC RATL ROAn. A caiighu in the machinidiery, iand so dreadfully crushed
tenants anh engineers oe timne, in e om 'ts oth's bosom! And snhe should meeting of the corporators named in te char- "d mangled, that ie died instantly. li was an
yeaas -t2e woat wds pondoe. And nofi more hand it dowv to her posterity," &c. &c. No ter establishing the Belfast and Quebec Rail ingenious mechanic and much esteemed citizen,
than l.2000 boats ridae upon its waters f'eighteu flights of rhetoric, hey? Road Coporation, was hld at Belst on the leaving a wife and child.
on their return with the merchandise of'a st,' and About this time Mr B.looking quite god-like 11 ith mnst at whichthe said charter was accop-
on their return yithi the rmrchnnniso of tleci- enac omnipotent exclaimed to his lieges in wvit- tud, and a temporary organization formed ; anm
tire vorails n 1Tis 0 t o jyouls brdm-I itluot ing-'Give me the Manuscript Journalof 1806!' executive committee was appointed to devise The Easters Railroad. A writer in the Travcl-
spac r sails .iov'es 1 to its destined haven', Swvift as an arrow, it was brought to .hlis desk such measuresas they may find necessary pro- ler, under thle signature of "Breed's Hill," in invit-
secu-e fom te f aming breakers andtu of tm by Vandcrpoel ofKinderhook paratory to opening books for subscription for ing the attention of members of the Legislature to
wreing storm at the 'steady tug' of the hw Mr Beaton opened it, and disclosed the fact stock, and authorized to send an agent to Que- certain arguments against the Eastern Railroad, asks,
rope, wile upon te wsrn breeze, the tbu- that several leaveshad been cut from it. Turnt- bee to consult the civil authorities, and other emong other questions, "Is there reason to suppose
gle's shl fo te ante huntsman's song are ing once, he read the record of a vote of the bodies there, and to collect and connmmunicate that the expense will be double the estimates, as
trown iu. Senate, ordering this to be done, in so many necessary and important information relating liappened in building the Worcester road ?" The
Thus has Now York by her own energy and words, to the work.-Portland Aldvr. author uf this query, if hle klnows any thing of the
with her own means, wrought out the import- B. "That's all, Mr President, that 1 find upon estimates and actual cost of the WVorcester Rail--


ant problem of the utility of internal improve- the subject in this book. But when I begin to LATEST FROM PARA.-Ve ihave been indebt- roi, iliusu know tiat te assertion contained in it
mentsi; and when from her public works, a ihuit, I do Dnot stop until I have found what I ed to Capt Kinsley of the schooner George, ar- eeded the estimate le. Th cost of any other hs exRal-
revenue came pouring out into her treasury by am after. Accompanied by a friend (pointing rived on Sunday at this port, for the latest intel- eoad i this vicinity, andless than that o nye poherhail-se of
hundreds of thousands annually, her sister towards the ceiling,) I ascended to the upper ligence from Para.-Captain Kinsley left Cam- ';uver'ar g tlhmsoii o ty i pamds or-
states, not slow to follow example when a profit part of the Capitol, and there I discovered the amt, about one hundred and twenty five miles jester, not emhr'ced ir thie urigunl stimut iot
is demonstrated, have been coming up to the original minutes, kept by the Secretary, fr-om above Para, oil the 20th of Feb. and the mouth contemplated at the time, and which is now worth
work inost spiritedly. There is no portion ofter-' which the Journal is made up: and here I find of l e river on the 26th. Parn was in a state much more than its cost, and including double the
ritory of the same dimensions on the face of the what was ordered to he cut out of the Jour- of complete blockade and the inhabitants ip a number of engines and cars originally proposed, theI
gloIle,sowell situated n-aturally,in regard to water nal." starving condition. The forces finom Rio liad whole expiensld does not excood fifty per ce t over
communication as N. York. On the North i He then very self-sufliciently turned over not arrived, hit were daily expected. The that estimate. This statement we do not make
and East are the Lakes George and Champ- these "minutes," and discovered that they con- lBrazilians haind taken anddestroyed two villages, wilhonul full kinovwledge of their facts, and the cor-
lain, the river St. Lawrence and lake Ontario tainted the material of ccrtain memorials, which i c Calaries and Vijie, thle latter village was in roction of' thue error we conceive to be duo to their
-On the West is lake Erie which connects it had been received by the Senuate, and had been flames as Capt. K. came down the river.-It- Engineer, who is also the Engineer of the Eastern
with all the "inland seas" and gives to it some spread upon the journal by the clerk,improper- las. Railroad.-Boston Daily Advertiser.


Tile Advertiser boasts that all is peace Aiidi
harmony in the "Democratic" ranks-that they
will act together' beautifully in support of the
excellent cause, &c. But the Boston Reform-"
er and Boston Post, two first chop organs of'
the patent Democracy, tell a very different sto-
ry. Thie Reformer, speaking of the Custom
House Nabobs of the city, and their followers,
says,
"The bold, impudent, unblushing effrontery;
exhibited by the office holders and their tools
at the meeting last night, must convince all
who are not of them, that they of that tribe are
modest and discreet counsellors! !! and honor-
able men. *.. *
And who were they who distinguished them-
selves and disgraced the name of Democracy
with such humiliating servility, such debasing
subserviency ?-Who are they ? These crea-
tures were, first office holders, next their re-
tainers and expectants, then the dependants
upon accommodations of the Democratic
Banks."
The Post in reply, speaks of the "fLoco-Fo-
cos," (as it styles the Anti-Corporation and Rad-
ical Democrats,) in the following kind, brother-
ly and affectionate terms :-
"To attempt to deprive them (the office hol-
ders, &c) of their legal and constitutional rights,
by violence or hby intimidation, is about as "dem-
oeratic" as it is in the loco focos to attempt to
mTtake all mankind as lazy as themselves, or to
burn their neighbor's house, as a kind of an "anti-
monopoly" argument. The real truth is, that
according to the proclaimed principles of those
who call themselves "aniti-monoply Democrats,"
none but a pauper or pick-pocket is qualified to
belong to their party-their name, like Major
Johnson's horse Spry, is only a nick-name.
The "anti-monopol'y" Democrats, as they style
themselves, are no more Democrats, than the
mtrkey-buzzard is a turkey.-They are carrion-
birds-the tail end of whigism ; and if the
whigs wont have them, the devil himself must
claim his own-they must follouo their brothers."
0f7' This is the mild and courteous lan-
g uage applied by the "Democratic Post" to
the true blue, ultra, number-ane "Demodrats"
of the city-the Bank-haters-the Corporation-
haters-the anti-monopolists of the first water!
And, although the editor of the Post may not
be aware of the fact, let us inform him, that
the bulk of the patent Democrats of this town,
and this neigh borhood, are of the same stamp
as those whom he so outrageously denounces-
they bear equal hatred to all sorts of Corpora-
tions, and all sorts of "Monopolies," (for so
they consider Banks, incorporated Manufac-
turing establishments, &c.) with the Ldco-Fo-
cos of Boston. How they relish this abuse of
their "brethren of the same principle" in the
city we have not yet had opportunity to learn.

STATE LEGISLATURE.
In tlie Senatet on Monday, bills to establish sev-
enteen Banks passed to be engrossed, and were sent
to the House for conuerrence.
In the House, the bill to increase the capital stock
of the Bank of General Interest in Salem, passed to
a 2d reading.
The bill to establish the City of Salem, passed to
enacted.
AFTERNOONv. The bill to abolish Capital Pun-
ishment was taken up, amended, and passed to a
third reading-yeas 234, nays 171. [By the bill as
it now stands, the punishment of death is abolished
in all cases except murder and arson.J
Mr Williams of Boston, from the Bank Investiga-
ting Commitee, submitted an order, authorizing said
committee to engage the services of counsel, should
it be deemed expedient, which was adopted.
On Tuesday, in the Senate, the bill to establish
the City of Salem, passed to be enacted. [It only
requires the Governor's signature to become a law.]
Mr Whitinarsh presented a memorial of George
Odiorne and others, praying the Legislature to re-
quest certain of the Southern States to repeal cer-
tain laws which operate to the injury of the citizens
of Massachusetts; and said memorial was laid on the
table, and ordered to be printed.
Oni motion of Mr Allen, the order yesterday sub-
mitted by Mr Fairbanks was taken up and having
been amended, was adopted, as follows, viz:-
Ordered, That the Committee on the Judiciary
be instructed to bring in a bill, providingthat any
person committed to any jail in this Commonwealth,
on execution for debt, shall be admitted to take the
pool debtors' oath, as now by law provided, as
soon as three days shall have expired after notice
given to the creditor, ,or his attorney, as now pro-
vided by law, if said person be committed within
the county of Suffolk; and any person committed to
jail oun execution for debt, in any other County in
the Commonwealth, shall be admitted to take said
oath immediately after six days from the time of
notice given to the creditor, or his attorney, agreea-
bly to law, as now provided.
In the House, an order of notice passed in con-
currence on the supplemental petition of T. H. Per-
kins and others. [This petition asks permission to
build a Railhoad from the line of the State towards
Boston upon the route heretofore indicated, until it
shall arrive at a point in Chelsea or Malden, about
a mile from Chelsea Bridge-then leaving the route
formerly proposed, and thence continuing on a line
nearly straight across Mystic river, & across Charles-
town neck, and thence hy a gradual curve into the
Boston and Lowell Railroad, as exhibited by the
plan and profile accompanying the petition; so that
the said Eastern Railroad, by its, connection with
the said Lowell Railroad, may have a termination
convenient for passengers within the city oJ Boston,
and may lso mave a termination convenient for
merchandize at the navigable waters of Charles-
tocwn, below the Clmries River Bridge; and the
whole distance from the City Hall in Boston to the
corner of Essex and Court streets in Salem, will not
exceed sixteen miles, and will be travelled wholly
hy land carriage.]
The bill to establish the State Bank of Massachu-
sells was read a second time; and, on motion of
Mr Dumrfee, of Fall River, it was ordered, that the-
question on passing thIe same to a third reading, be
taken by yeas and days.
Mr Lawrence, of Boston, explained at some length
the provisions of the bill. He stated that there were
5000 petitioners for its establishment-that the great
advantage anticipated was not the creation, but there
concentration of ca pital-the bringing together from
scattered anid isolated sources a capital that might
be more beneficially employed for the business
classes. Hle defended the provision that the Com-
monwealth may lend its credit to aid in bringing
specie into the State from abroad-contended that
there is not capital enough in thIe Commonwealth
for its rapidly increasing business, illustrating his
position by various-facts-that the stock would be
more valuable than any other Banking stock in the
State, &c.
With regard to exchanges [Mr Lawrence said]
this bank could conduct this business on terms per-
fectly satisfactoTry to the people of the Common-
wealth, without any thing usurious in their negocia-
tions, and make it profitable. The United States


Bank has carried oni this business for 20 years, and
Mr L. had never heard a breath against it-had nev-
er heard a charge of usurious intereat-or any dis-
satisfaction with its rate of exchange.
If the only advantage to accrue front this Bank
were the aid it will afford to the Western Rail Road,
it would be desirable to pass this bill. The advan-
tages to be derived from this road are incalulable.-
hBoston is as near to Albany as New York--there is
not four miles difference. A rail road is a better
means of communication than a navigable river.What
price would this Iegislature pay to bring the mouth
of the Hudson to the mouth of the Charlos, and give
us this communication to Albany? And if this result
could be brought about without taxng the people,














S ,i nc p, ne it the greatest being ,'o Bie Jornal last t Arr brig sad, Norri from Ponce, PR. iie light pantry.
,.. ..' sI til 1- como nonxwealth ? i e Ir FinEns. T he' W]re two alarms of fire hit 2d init. i.,fi rig Ahby-Mi Hlutchinson, for Salem, V IHIE i'womli.rti i. I u Imvera Liohit l flantrv
atsomeetisg\i b d 'ris,'o1ntinuued t nat soIe length to decri night. Th at half past 9 o clocki thm ii | Ti .o 5 ,, ai,9, S ,Sprwgue, ds waitir g caren go. la o l.l,]eh 1,,1i-Ii ihat an u .djiuined m eet-
v ., on,, t o, nvuh would result Iromn bing evlll.uat file shop of Charics Elis, corner of ln M nldell, fromNeuvitas, 4th d isg will bi IsI it. Ir Arm,,rym,o TU el)SDAY

l- til ,, rgoatil West through Albanly to l lo- I umI i rt lslee.l, -a qulantity ot'bu'ning emgi l l ,, .li g tilhw, 1h wn, f'r It stoio 4 d s. t .V N N 1 Ni .i t 7 A uIncu
s.-, i -s st ,a s N sw York. They coulil smio e i o thi leu w ,il \ dlis'o ered byd a boy, lplaeeidl tinhis' io21 .iihulo i tsu so I liudict tt, of Salo ns lt I u eLt1t v is s tdPr order
',',' ,,i '. I s i.sIa whishb they wanted os u 'i as lit I il l h I IIho s s! ha- inliiig to M r E's shop. Thei- l r-n '' ,-It I d-(. ,,' f i ti, s i's o is i] M arde Io J- 1 .nv r M IAM CU3ER, 2i C k
N s, t- YoIk- bec. u-. its ,' o N a 3o =i lo, l,- a di. l .. .. li, 'st 'thme w 'ood w sork s' ir, 'a,: t |,lloi i Slrads J I si'u i^lrm'h
moiii sislmt usavo tllsilr ,'iaiois iti-lsalite lpislos I smuil' oniti ls S |)rS' ls ar situation ot tis l fuslllm/I/, Isio;s /,,/,,;;, iiII.iv.5), ( I New.Orlpals oDe I i' ( %o. 9 2 ) s itirCet.
o a Is's, lt th lts, sli,, f si, i.aH icl i 3t i hi ths ,, Is,,,|, I.,,,ls ,,, 'tIdn dootlo tlvt l,,a.t l 'st P//i /, 1,,. Is: .'ot. l sen t o sl *iIAS Rh C POOM APER& BC R.
S t t r ni S n of. i ..i11 ., had thapponed ut tt In- t h tl t hi v ived up. ( lit great variety of
s .- ai tia t tlh is s-li -vt- d k't1 b W l ,,| i,, t is Ile night. | A st Jtbalti o 're, Itth, hig, Le ington, H ull, fin esris Fr 5 Is Iti hs liI,,k Store ofl
t 0 l"ltou o the vioi,p(intilw i t9 ,I-i It l okht I is morning, there wVl n Rfiv itt1 i oll!nlisr, 151, ul t. Left brig Osage, Baker, for Wt, as Cuitrt S IreeVts.
IUr RU ,dul s wsia eS at a' '. i1e.am rh ii ti op t'Pr of Pond and Cross street i-, '.... ,lato, 10 di ays. corn' t 1"wx ld Co' Streets.
shti lliuss as thS iii- ii. .-tiie it \'.'. a 1i -r. ly it in : li bhln smiillh's sh op occupied i ,,l i lth Arr r i'...o Cecilil;, Crowell, fm Havana, 6th M. .c .. .[.
.!,,d wlt .W' UI ,,1, ht';vo d li n'l whlin was mostly cOllitId. It int, [,oft hrig Octavia, Cross, for New Orleans, Blb I lt .t t 1 -, ln n1tt ld toanothor .1 i .il, I' I fe w days; silhr Teazer, Jones, from do. -".TOT always nv rocut'inal Differenees, by Rev A
ilt', wr h x .'l*Ip.a r it i *1 i- t-i* o .., ... I1 occupied I I., --. ... I ,l,111 ,iI Also, brig Adule, Peterson, frorn St Thomas, 15tht 91 B 1 sirry, bIing Trict No. 100, pointed for
toin i Ito s'sI ,6I| 'J 4 a iM t'rio 'I ,., ,rltjnl e'a wheelw'gl' ht' i ghS_ it ti iinslt. ILeft brigs Black Hawk, Baker, froin Boston tIhe Am. Unilirian Asis t ciaion.
th'e sth.. a-'' M d .. m U iii h| i oul hiil were desilrm yld t l Fi for I.aguayra; Antares, Broughton, for Porto Rico; Rteivod n Pt Nu. '232, Essex Street.N
sioln Ot'.01"LI1 Bis) sc,1'll t; i i. I a \1, .. i i \i i iw s in sr e d ii' I t11 otll, t i sacr Halcyon, Jamison, for St Domingo, nncer. M arch 2.-1
sal ,.l ar i,' i a ^at o the Ta; l!erist--i had ko W noe. Arr at Rickmond, 17th, schr Thetis, Morgan, fin llr t tlt'ropoltalila
litsal Mil w land reactions n t .- i Salem, H, e M as rlit t b iii t
t .,S, a--d ,., ,1. 'gave way t ImtlTN ,AiAR T Arr at iTilmtingon, C. 5th, brig Cashier, Par- T-I Martliharm sIoX azio uliethf ly ('apt
otn'A'.-nctk tS)LCINN. l,\oi,v, t Marili l 1836. sons, from Port au Prince. ter Simple," ".Il.phlt in Search of a Father," &c.
"AIrtn W EsSIONN Ih t t .. ] t 9tlh-Arr schr Conclusion, Marshall, from Glouc- N,, 57, f.I ,ian lr,'S-Ai edition, Vol I, No I
M" R. .,,' .e ,f i oraniarks at some length (lifpedo lir y A h tieHdP trio ester. [ ID StIbscriptionu rte-ived alt the BBookstore of
ia ( o i h.o -' d canoluded by loving A miarlit t ti s Ilsn1 ,' 1:-l's 6, it pair Working Art at Charleston, 14th, ships Austerlitz, Ham HENRtY WIeIPPLE,
'* itnldirf s a' 0 M, .XL." OxnI, 8 te.' s. and 'lshI ovo, oS Slheep, and 835 mond, and Ocean, Briggs, from lilvre whoin is Ogs'nt fihr ll;) fiur Qouarterlies, and Black
l, it i,< a 'JeR i to tho postpIoniinienI Swinei Cleared, ship Forun i, Trae, ('ronstadt. wood's M:eazilr, published by Foster of N York
:i j;>S, i kv ath hiall Ilie spoke of the) PhicE.s-- ef' '>'liitt week'. prices were Arr at AMobile, 4th, barqut Noble, Stevens, from iMarch '4 2225, Essex street
4l oiNowl 'is'i ,Iax i.' .k] ;al NM n. -m lk, PIi'insylvisiii, fully supll ortd; I'l Alsisl mu lemis'i, lmnay have been re- Boston.
aw.a J's<,v a. at V! t-l;-t S u is slids Illut Massaa- salizld .Iti saul ikld hisirl ,illhty. Wve noticed Cleared, schr Philenin, n lti.,. Now York. A l.-P Ei H' GI A iN t- GI l N GS_.
hi.elM :d ,l lieen iar-1p vwlhiola these States were two or tliree yo1kes \,li nl 145s, l We quote first Arr at New-Ortlauns, :i, lunig Rnqnue, Proctor, fin N Exten.ivie Assortmlient ol FRENCi and A.
Swa' n i tlo im idl.ihl ,, miacniulnble amount their I, i,, at 39 it 4I !'; evoui do iit 33 6 a 36 9; third Boston. a EelCA l'i Al'P Llt AHANGINGS, with and
.' '.'am tio ad vli'op'liig their means of wealth, do 28 6 a :12 6. Cleared, brig Sinyiui, I'...,, B stone. wthilout Bordaerg-lir si lo CHEA P. al 225, Esex
lb. wa .lliild Ss .>o M lii tstionsi that Massachliusetts f' orkin, ().r,'i n-A largoun miber were sold; we 4th--' Claaril, bslip lIinty Allien, Wilson, Boston; Str-et. by I HENIRY W HJIPPLE
S,:;m ,..s1Mti, tl da. ; F i'hr herasl; andi \vent on giv Ithe prices of' a frit w only- $42, 60, 80, 106. barque Emi, ltlillrr, do. ar :34 w
to 'i "t"c. i i wou s rass ti l u th Cli s tani,' cun/t'es -Siles woru noticed it $20, 5th-Clouared, slip I 'llpire, B Iaker, Trieste. Mla U in t


i'as ,i,, Mr Wl' w l., a the Hi""r thli
m, 'i 'I i h 'a'. 'a w hich is'

s nhj.u.j m lJhe l, dear o>>f ihe ,lity.
i i 3 he l ltsIr, M ir sdlsiants resn aod
'; 1'iI' s ~ a of the -Tsn Millin Bank llt

\hi sI snutiaeh vehtmenca to somtonf the
'"; 'amoutli Mr R. had sfR isa, that thi
I l P'erkins awid i1TS) otlera, nWas
ni c iis situalt lite nsulevd the
.xi .el ni- slaid ea rprse p th li eon luni th e
t ill l 'Sn did iS lusa.tohold .0 s ttig mVon l-
i 'a i .sA rv Wnun l li 'as mlt l imn a ssVr'n-troiuilus

Hte Was a" 'iti sr iF" hiidug up any Bank, wlher a
'ia t'tm' 'aXs~ uiss'n'ova, Ti'lt-a rcsilit a!ua st Ih
A'i~a'-i t isi s s 'si of min tiilaiihnitAv di'naltd ;a
lai. 's W hi. .s-ta.rt--le catsa of internal ini-
1ssa' "j',t[ s j'law he advanced by it-and the success
.,.'tret, s(t saX Western Rail Road depends in a great
ums'as'cV upsrn tihe passage of this bill. Ile hoped
tisii. a' an o'Ed not defer acting upon a subject of
a s t s ill, p lll itii C.ee, to tlhe next Legislature.
ra a allowed Mr Williamns, also in favor
r 5'
Mr hYaltrol Da,,O tlIe .* Conmlnitte, re-
I tl ai n ortisd s l' h wu i .I. l I that
*ll' .ha s s ,i h c' s a r0-
sqlliisie j l i tha 1 Ais seon as may he
ev nieit.l ~o thlie" '
Afier ite maninal .:.. has been
ana1'd by the 'sess!aaras of a' i town, and committed
for ,eaitinal., can sads assessor assess or pall anoth-
er tasx on ay person otherwise qualified, for the
enabli hiim to oiet at any election
An as sosuch person the payment of the tax so
aalsesedI. qualified to vote at elections according to
the provisions of the third article, of the amendment
"'0 ithbe Constituation.


BETTER N'EWs FROM FLORIDA. The Jack-
sonville Courier of the 10th inst. brings some
authentic, and more cheering intelligence friom
dhe seat of war. General Clinch, with his for-
ces in conjunction with the Florida militia, has
joined Gen Gaines. He reached his camp on
the 5th in safety, and the united forces aamoutt-
ed to 000 men. Gen Gaines made immedi-
ate ..,r. to cross the \ -,;! I .:.. ,
and -: is boats and floating bridges.
le has four twelve pounders, with which to
cover his lauding on the opposite side of the
river. The Indians would make a desperate
effort to prevent it.
A Mr ;-h..: .. who left Alachua on the 8th
inst states that on the -- -.,. ... nnon
were distinctly heard-that Gen ..., _- had
never shown the enemw more than 200 men at


*21S amil :7.
I ... wvor ltaken at 22- 6d, 25 6, and a
lo t .: I.. .
swin -Sals werv quick and high; all at inarl
hkt ssld.l Severl lot s of solueted Barrowvi welo
taken at S andl Sowsv at 7c; lots to peddle not so-
locted, at 6i 3-S for Sows and 7 3-8 for Barrows;
one lot very small 7 1-2 and 8 1-2. Higher prices
aro expected.

WHIG ,MEETING.
'Lr'~ Thie Whig Meeting ihld on Friday evening
last, stands adjourned to FRIDAY EVENING,
Marrch 25th. at the Whi -Reading Room. A gene-
ral iUt'nance is requested.
March 2-t.
AIIECIIANIC ASSOCIATION. A Lecture
will be delivered at theN Mcelanic Hall, To-
morrow Ervenog, at 7 o'clock, by Rev rTnoMAs
COLE. March 17.
i 4' A Temnperance Address will be delivered
by Rev Mr VWHITTEMORE. of Canibridae, on
Sai'libaih raning next, at the loev Mr Abbott's
Meeting-house in Becerly, to commence at 7 o'clk.
Boverly, March 23.
We understand that an address onlthe subject of
'. .. ., will be delivered on the evening of
s. .. othie Rev. Mr CuEEVER, at the How-
ard street church.

1 A ARRIEDlD.
At TopRfiied, on '..., I :.... by Rev Mr Me Ewon,
Ciharles H. Holnes r Aeo. (son of Hon. 1John
Holmoe) to Miss lla riet Josephine Emerson of Topsfie l.
DIED.
In this town, Win. Henry, only child ofAt'Mr illiam Laune,
a sel 7 months.
Last evening, Mr WVilliam I .. :... -.: ~6.
InaBieerly ar George W. .. ., ,. 25. Funeral this
day,at 3 P.: M.
At Danvers, Eunice, wifl of Paul Osh-.. ,; 171, of the
Society of Friends. She exmp d in .- i nversa-
tion 1f1 il t lie benign influences ofr th Clri-t-q, r-li-", Pi.-
tinguilshed for lier st-renity of temper, .... ,I'...I r. ..,
and uinliim, phil i.thrphly, se hlvci beloved, [noad died la-
menlel Iby all who knew her.
In Ipwich, on Monday, Mhs Sarah Baker, widow of the
late Mr Samuel Baker, agedI 9-i-the oldest, person in that
place. Funeral this atorniion. Sire was a very worthy and
esli inaalo wolnlin, and retaine her ficilieis anid usefulnes
-.. .... .i i I ... ~'ill ema tihe close of a very long life
i .' I lier a cheerful, serene, and happy
i w tii nC e. a .. .
coming of our Lord calitenvvielding lier ',i'i ,
tor, with a hiope full of imnioitiialiiy.
At Bosousn, 'Illontasis Perklnsii, Eiq igod 73.
At Norwicho Cunn. Es ini, tife of Mr Augustus Convesrse,1
formerly of this town, aged 53.
At Utica, N. V. 1tIh uinst Capt Richard Gardner, formerly
ofthis *""...... .- ."W
S A.C<. Texas, in November last, Mrs MAary
I Hays, fiirmerly ofGOloucester,
In July last, on boird bliig ichmond, Mr Francis Braicy
i of tlAs town, aged 27-a wonhy young man.


-never sown e eney more tan 2 men at
a time, and that in every instance of an attack, ALMANACK.
whether by night or day, he was prepared for
them, having anticipated the movements of the MARCH, suN SUN OooN J FULL
Seminole Chief In this way he had made 1836. rises sets sets sea
great havoc anong the enemy and killed sever- 24 Thursday .... 5 57 6 IS 0 58 3 39
al hundred of them. Gen Gaines' loss before 25 Friday......... 5 55 6 19 1 54 4 24
Gen Clinch joined him, was 8 killed and 40 26 Saturday..... 5 53 6 20 2 45 5 32
wounded. From observations made by Getn 27 Sunday....... 5 52 6 21 3 29 6 59
Gaines, the number of Indians is estimated at Moon's First Quarter, 25th day, 3h. 39m. M.
between two and three thousand. ... --
By some negroes who have escaped to the MARINE JOURNAL.
whites, it is stated by the Indians have fortified _____
themselves on the other side of the river, only 'PORT' OP S.AL'ESI.
four miles distant. Their fortification is made _-- _---_-----_=-=--
of earth and fascines, and surrounded by a wide WEDNESDAY, March 23.-Airived schr Hylas,
moat. This is at Osciola's town, and is their Pearce, from u t I...... ,..,. NC. via Boston, with
strong hold. Gen Gaines intends marching corn to E. Seccomb.
for this place, after crossing the river. ---
An officer in the army, who arrived at WHALERS.-T--e Mt. WVallaston, at Gloucester,
Charleston, gives the strongest assurances that reports Dec 23, barque Atlas, Gardner, of Lynn,
there is not the shadow of foundation for the with 200 bbis wh. 30 sp. oil.
reports respecting a hostile ,'. -iu between Arr at Lynn, 22d, ship Louisa, Woolley, from iS.
Gaines and Scott. On the contrary, at the mo- Atlantic, and Cape of Good Hope, Jan 30, with 1200
ment of his leaving Picolat.. i lnst) there bbls whale 350 sperm oil, and 12,000 lbs bone to II.
was not a man in the armniy i .. ; Ir more anx- Chase, and others.
ioous for the -.i. r-. and success of Gaines and
-his brave associates,than Scott himself. It was Art at .''. *. 18th, schr Young James,
believed, at the momrnent of the officer's depart- Dow, from Richmond.
aure, that Scott would load his horses with amr- Arr at Gloucester, 21st, brig Hibernia, Sayward,
munition and provisions, and make a forced 22d-Ar tbrig Sarah Ann, Fitz, from Surinam.
rmaarch for his succor. The greatest fear was Arr at Boston, 20th, buig Augusta, Patton, from
thatthe Indians would disperse before they lavana, 6th inst. Left ships Tirmoleon, Winsor,
could he reached. for Boston; Republic, Coffin, uncer; barque Gul-
nare, Cushing, do.
At the Annual Meeting ot the "Salem and Vicin- Also, brig ,Idtlicello, Robinson, frm Mobile, 22d,
ity Anti-Slavery Society," held at the Howard-Stt. Point, 25th ult.
Church, on Tuesday evening last, the following gen- 21st-Arr harque Irene, Googins, from New Or-
ti]emen were chosen as Officers for the ensuing year, leans, 19th, SV Pass, 22d ult.
ii: Also, brig Africa, Ingersoll, from Messina, Jan 23.
William B. Dodge, President. Left barque Jones, Benson, in quar. for Boston; brig
Dr. Albert G. Bellows, Dr. Ingalls Kittredge, Jes- Alexander, Freeman, do do.
*so Putnam, and Benjamin Porter, Vice Presidents. Also, brig WVilliam, (of Marblehead) Rarnsdell,
Richard M. Chipman, Isaac Winslow, Thomaas from Aux Cayes, 27th ult. Left brig Salem, Har-
Spencer, Rufus Putnam, Joshua Pope, and Abner vey, for Rin Key, 3 days.
Banger, Counsellors. Also, schr Ann Eliza, Talbot, from Gonaives, 2d
Rev. Georn RB Cheever, C'.. .. -.. '. Sec'y. inst.
Sylveste. i'l.-i ., Recordi s.. ,.. Also, schir Black Hawk, Doane, from .Teremie, 3d
-Oliver C. Fallen, Treasurer. inst. Left brig IHannah & Mary, Tripe, for Boston,
Benj. Inle Ives, Auditor. 10; schr La Grange, Llorriman, for St Jago, Cuba,
next daiy. Brig Argali, Hlardy, for Honduras, sail-
Isaac Hill. At the close of the interesting biog- ed 6 days before.
raphy of Crosby, copied into our paper last week, Cleared, ship Geo. Cabot, (Israel P. Williams, of
from a Viriinia paper, the name of Isaac Hill is Salem) Sumatra and Leghorn; barque Brontes, Car-
mentioned in comparison with thatofCrosby in such a 1 ver, New Orleans; brig Czarina, Knowles, Cron-
manner as to have induced some of the friends of stadt.
the former to suppose that it was intended by the I 22d-Arr brig Criterion, Lucas, from Mansanilla,
writer to impeach his moral character. We presume 28th ult. Left no Am vessel. Spoke 7th inst lat
There was no such intention-we certainly did not 23 14, long 85, brig Susan Mary, Rogers, 3 days
so understand .it. We have as great contempt for from Pensacola for Jamaica.
Governor Isaac's character as a politician, as any one Also, schr New Union, (Bailey, of Salem) from
can have-but we would by no meaas aid in giving Maranham, 24th ult. Passenger, Mr Samuel Wil-
currency to insinuations that he had been guilty, of liams, of Salem. Left brig Baltimore, Richards, for
.any acts of moral delinquency like those of Crosby. Salem, about 20; Isabella, Corning, fm New York,
On the contrary, we are ready to award to him many 45, just arr; schr Mexico, (of Salem) Ingalls, from
good qualities as a man, aside from party politics. Boston, art 22d, disch'g, for Para few" days.
Spoke, II th inst. lot 31, long 66 25, barque Bur-
The Boston Gazette, speaking of Mr Rantoul's lington, Evans, from lieton for Havana. 19th, in
Report on Capital Punishment, says:- South Channel, schr Spencer, 24 hours from Port-
"We have also looked over the Mino.osiyI Report, land for Baltimore.
made by Mr James Boyd, of this city. We are not Also, schr Pembroke, Eldridge, from Port al
far from the opinion of a correspondent, that there Prince, 20th ult. Gonaives. 5th inst. Left tit form-
are the most learning and eloquence .in Mr R.'s or, sclirs Gustavus, Maunson, for Boston, uncer; Lea-
elaborate composition, but most good sense acd der, for Marbleihead, 10 or 1,5 days.
practical wisdom in Mr B.'s counter produe-! Cleared, barque Avon, ''iikhar; RioH Janeiro;
tion." brig Georges, Snow, Neuvitas.
o---" Aicr at Providence, 21st, brig Splendid, M'Ken-
SALE OF REAL ESTATE. The Dr Oliver zie, from Savannah.
estate, corner of Essex and Liberty streets, was sold i Cleared at .New- Yuork, 18th, harque Prudent, Mo-
on Tuesday at auction, for $4,155, riarty, llavan..


.. ED and White Entry Mals, of all sizes-
At Bhatavia, Nov 28, ship Boston, Wheatland, of Round and square Chaise and Shaker Huzsk
SIalun, for Sincapore, few days. Mats "RFor sale cheap by
At Capo Town, .Jait 30, brig Dover, Percival, for WJ. B. .JOHNSON,
Boston, load'g. Sailed Dec 15, ship Omega, Rus- Mar 24 214, Essex street
sell, fromn New York) for Batavia and Canton; 'Jan
30, brig Levant, Caldwell, for Coston. "Walited.
Arr at Liverpool, 7th ult. ships Persia, Hale, from B HOY about 12 years of age, to attend in a
Savannah; 9th, Emerald, Flanders, do. Entered for "'J Hardware Store. Apply at
loading 6th, Grotius, Page, Havana. Mar 24 214 Essex street
At Cowes, llth ult. ships Saracen, Hammond, fin RmE O (OK
Rio Janeiro (part of cargo thrown over, having beer. GEORGE C. COOK,
struck by a sea, which caused a leak in the stern) 'N. 17 Front lStceat,
for Rotterdam, next day; '1uscany, Littlefield, from
Hanobarg for New Yorlk, wind bound. '-AS JUS'T RECEIVE)O AFINE A SSORT-
At Antwerp, Jan 3, ship Londom, Brace, from A MENT OF BROADCLOTHS, uf various
Manilla. colour---CASSIM ERES, Striped & Plaiin-
At Anmsterdam, Feb 2, ship Brenda, Leach, for A va iety of VESTINGS, &c. which will be
New York, loading; brig Plymouth, Robbins, Bos- sold unmade or made up to order, in the best man.
ton, do. ner, as cheap as can possibly be purchased in
At Marseilles, Jan 27, brigs Hobart, Cook, from toul.
Charleston; Halcyon, Brown, froom Norfolk; Nep- ALso-Suspenderse-Neck SLocks-Plain and
tune, Loring, fiom New Orleatns. Fancy Buttona--Gloves, &-c. &c.
tune, Lormg, from New Oren 1511[1 Garments furnished as naual, aud warrant-
At Trieste, Jan 26, bhig Level, Tufts, for Boston, 1TGa sment takrnished as usual, adharrat-
30 days. At do 30th, brig Rival, Dunbar, do.ld'g. M'enfite b24.
At Smyrna, Jan 1, brig Banian, Allen, fin Boston.
Arr at Palermo, Jan 21, barque Potomac, Baxter, Beef Sugar, &ec.
from Marsala. 1 I BBLS MESSBEEF;
At Cadiz, Feb 5, barque Elizabeth, Baldwin, for 1 00 MMdo No do
Montevideo, load'g; brig Volta, Kefinedy, for St 100 Boxes H. B. SUGAR, a prime article
Thomas. 30 Hilds Matanzas new crp Molasses
At Camata, Brazil, 20th ult. brig Laura, Strick- 50 Bags 0 d Sumatra COFFEE
land, from Maranharm, arr 19th. 30 Casks Raisins 'Loring's' B1rand
At Trinity, Mart. latter part of Feb. brigs Lady 50 Drums Sultuna Raisins-
Washington, and Otter, of Newburyport, latter ex- For sale by
pected to return soon. FHOYT v& K1I BALL,
At Havana, 6th inst. ship Ariosto, Blackler, from March 24. 3w No 15, Front Street.
Boston, IS, just arr; barque Drymo, Upton, Cron-
stadt, 3; brigs Hardy, Shirley, front Boston, 21, just NOTIC E.
arr; Oregon, Caldwell, Cronstadt, uncer. Sailed, Fr-HE President and Directors of the UsuN
barque Wallace, Thaxter, Cronstadt. -a MAhNiE INsunsNCa CourMe'a, liereby s ive
At Matanzas, 4th inst. barque Niagara, Gray, for iotLice ltat unt o the amount of t apt'.al Stock of said
Cronstadt, next day. Company is
S.ot, -100,000 DOLLARS,
.. in i... ll r,,ia l i n on Ves el


M a rc h 9 h i t 2 7 4 9 l o n g 7 9 3 5 s h i p M o r e a C u s h a a n d t l ,ay w W ... . .. . ,
ing, from Matanzas for Cronstadt. Fight, Property, on thIe life of any pe lso n ur
Mix, 9 days fiom Portsmouth for Pensacola. otoniry lind Ri spondeetisa to any amount on
S. .. ..... ...any single risk, not exceeding i .in ,
'i'lOs .d .ed l l itti-, ,,e.. s.. .... .. ...... .... .. f.. .

Ward 41. ising's h Building, No. 146, Essex street, on MON-
At a meeting of the members of the Firemeus Un- DDAY, the I i th day iof April next, at 3 o'clock,
ion News Room Society, holden at their Room, in P. M. for li elhoicet of nine Directors for the en-
Boston Street, on the evening of March 6th, it was suing dent and Dryer.
voted,'That the Presidentha- By order of the President and Directors,
voted, That the President be authorized and em- Union MtAr. Ins. OCoe, )
powered to offer the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, Salenm Mrclih 24, 136 WnM SAGE. S y.
for the detection and conviction of the person or per-
sons, who attempted to burn the building used as an STEAM BOILERS
Engi ne House, &c. by setting fire to the sails attach- F every description, made and repaired of
ed to Sail Car, No. 3, on the night of the 6th inst. the best Aiericnn Iron, and warranted by
WM. SUTTON, Prcs't. INCREASE S. HilLL,
J. S. NsrcoiLs, Sec'y. Milachinist, S Salemi


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rTNIHIE Partnership heretofore existing between
JiL FUL L-' WEEKS, being mutually dissolv-
ed, JOHN FULL begs to inform the inhabitants
of Salem a',d neighborhood, that he still intends
carrying on thile business ef GARDENING, in all
its branches. Gardens laid out plain or ornamen-
ted ; Grass Banks unade, anld Pruning done oan the
most approved plan to suit tile different kinds of
Fruit Trees. Gardens made and taken eare ofb3
the day, or contracted for on reasonable terms..-I
Clons of' Apples. Pears, Plums and Cherries, of the
best known varieties, will be ready for grafting
this Spring. PeaIs, Plums and Cherries will all
bhi cut this w.eel-a catalogue of the different
kinds may be had at any time of the subscriber.
[IJ'J. FULL begs Io remind those who shave
stone fruit to gralt, to get it donuelhe last of March
or early ill Aplil-apples and pears in April, May
and June. Cions i furnished and grafted by the
sihssciiber will be warranted to grow, or lie will
receive nothing for grafting. Cions furnished by
any one warranted to glow, if in proper order.
For sale in a few weeks, tw osr three thousand
two and three years old Asparagus Roots of an
excellent kind ; a quantity of English Gooseber-
ries ; red and white Currants-trees all trained to
sir.glo stocks. Also, a few English Black Cur-
ranis ; several hundred yatds of excellent Box,
for Edging
The subscriber may be found at his premises,
Leacr/ Farm, South Salem. Orders left iat Messrs
Ives 4 Puaniam's, 198 Essex street, will be duly
attended to.

N B. Two or three Young Men who are ac-
quiisinted with working u in Gardens, wtil meet
with employment and liberal wages, by applying
to thle ubscriber.
JOHN FULL.
Salem, March 24 3w
ParVlotr loweCi',s.
A G[ EAT variety of Camellias, Roses, Gera-
niums, Lillies, Ixias, Oxahls's, Lachanalias,
Miniulus's, Babianas, Cactus's, &c &c. among
which are-
Yellow Noisette, Yellow Tea and Common Tea
Roses, Lady Mary, Involucrala Mnaxiia, and sev
eral new varieties of Garanium?, recently import-
ed from England.
The above, together with a great variety of oth-
er Green-house Plants, are now coming into
flower, and would make a beautiful and agreeable
addition to the Parlour and Sitting Room.
For sale at the Book and Floral Storn or
1VES & PUTNA.XI,
Mar 21 3wis No 198
FANCY EI BALL.
R 1ROWELL has time honor to inform the
L r. Ladies nnd Gemntlemsen o Salem, lhat he
will give another FANCY BALL at CONCreRT
IIALL, on FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25th.
There will be only a limited number of tickets
sold. In the course of the evening, (by request)
Mr R will dance a Fancy Dance.
Price of Tickets $2,00-to blie had nt Mr Mead's
Shoe Store, opposite Salon Hotel.
COFFEE.

120 BAGS BROWN,'JAVA COFFEE.
20 do Old Sumnitra do
15 do sGreei Java do
For sale by
JOHN B. KNIGHT,
Feb :5 No 7,Derby Whlitf

CONSTANTLY for salo by
U BEBNJ, F. BROVNE.


March 2-1 6w

MRS. LOVETT
C iAN aconiommodate a few BOARDERS, at her
house in Brown street, opposite Newbumy
street
March 24 3wis*i
A i ard.
t.R GUIGON, having lately returned from
Tj7 Paris, respectfully informins hs firmer pa-
troans, and other ladies an'd gentlemient o Salnm,
that lite proposes re-opening his
DANCING ACADEMY,
for the instruolion of Misses and Masters, atl Ham-
iton largo Hall, on Wednesday afternoon, April
20.
Regular days of instruction, Wednesdays and
Saturdays, afternoon, from 3 Lill 6 o'clock.
Mr G..having, during Ins sojourn in the Fronch
capital, inade u selection of thie newest Quadrilles,
Gahpes, Walzes, &c. will teach lthe ainame to his
pupils
Mr G. having had thl honor of instructing in
this town soi a number of seasons, hlopes for a
continuance of' patronage.
March 24. 4vw.
For sale,
A TAN-YARD, and GCURRI-
'njt ER'S SHOP, with all the Build.
1i1 isngs, Tools, &c. which ire in grood
mrder and well situated, wilh m1or6e
amlln coi1auion advantages for do-
ing business-
Oril te sime would be exchanged on reasonable
ta ms, for a moder sto sized Farm.
For further p|irticulairs, enquire of thl subscriber
on the premises. IJOHN KNIGHT.
lanelthester, Mar 24 3w

Hunter's Pills Injection Powd-
ers, and Cerate
a11IESE long established preparations have
H with a very extensive sale in tius city and
State, and also throughout thi Union. Thle pille,
when used with the injeeioon powders and cerate
( lien the later are required) effect a thorough
and rapid cure of thlo
SYPHILITIC DISORDER
from the slightest infection to the most inflamnia-
tory stage, and of every otlier species of the dis-
ease, even after the poison has entered the circu-
lation, and the entire habit has boecome-tainted.--
The timely administration of these pills has sv-
edil thousands of unhappy sulferers from all those
cluiities incident to the disorder, when, by neg-
lect, it is suffered to become deeply rotled in the
constitution.
Thea most plain end amplle directions, togehlipr
with a popular tratise, explaining the various
symptounms and the niethod of treatminet accompany
each box of the pills-by means of wlhcli, persnsn
of either sex may cure themselves with safety
and all the despatch consistent, with ihoroughl
security from the lurking virus in thie system
Pills $1 a box-Cerato and injection powders 5(
cents each
For sale by
ELIJAHl PORTER,

March 21. No. G. Sulem.

Ftri'i s Co fIo rue.
t A'- I NtI'S 1 arrantled Coaogne I after iLa box
,.s for hitiily us. aliso
Genuino Naples Shaving Soap--On CaI e in)
nrtiled and flor sale at the look nsnd S'it ionar)
LIVES 4, PUT'NAMI
march 2-1 No 198 Essex-street


-s ''. .--cree ?(^ (e
.i# dteru'tn I / -15.a.1

IRISH LINENS. -- ..Y. t k
1-ENtY PETTS l.s j1..st received a THIS DAY, at 9 o'elosk, at GEORGE NICH
;-asorlitnent of linsn Goods (f 'suipsior t1jnl[- OLt S li cpe, Court street, will be sold,
sty. The Certim cates ol lbs Maniilacl urers, RMes. LiLf;1 baliceO of Pao & Rop s' Sbtock, nn-
ars XVnt. GiiesD & SoiSand o Im i'str Warosoae si N fslastsng i1 Croc.cry and Fiardware, Ships'
asnoxedi, itn prefurenicu to any oilier recommnenda- 9's lIn 2 kegs Powder, &c
S" | -. sdo' SSndry artieies of House Furniture, viz
BaI.r. SIENA, Dec 24 1835. Cuton Dminig Set, Feather Beds, Cihairs, Cunm-


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P
ly


Air Ill:[ r'ETTi plior Trunk, Hureat. Desk, Looking Glasses, ,6.
Sti- VW lhereby cerlify that in ex.'ecuting your .*t Private Sale,
order we huve put up LINENS manufactured by a10 cases Canton Preserved Gingor, and a Vail
ourselves, tIlat they are entirely, roada from Linen ety of Groceries as usual
arn, and in every respect sound and merchant- Also-Bunk and othlier incorporated Stocks
ble Goods. iarirch 24
WILLIAM GIIION & SONS. ,l roOner o ~t UclioWn.
n -r t]m 1tias' Pert':s ,
Sr-The iTR'I'NGS, LIENS and DIA- OnSATURDAY, 26th inst at 11 o'clock A.M.
(ia ie i i LINENS a.nd Osgrood's Whiarf, C '. Street,
oES, the Invoice harewllli, nate sude express- 'Th ,e SCHO, rELIZA, bun
to your order, ind 1 warrant thin to be pure -- Iten 55 13 95- s h tons, built at Es
irien, and of firs rate mn.nul'actute. en 3 951hs tons, built at Ei;
Yeo s respectfully, I sex, well found in sails and rigging!
ROBEI RT WATSON. -B.'-, i'j has one Clhain and two Hemp Ca
(The origials can be seen at ihe Star.) ==-' bles-also, three Anchors, with a va"
ALSO-2 bsles LONDON FLANNELS, man- r1iyf cFihing gear. Sal e psie.f JOHN
fractured to order, and w. ranted not to shrink FNUTr fuG.her particulars, enquire of JOHN
NUTTING. Danvers. near she Sign of the Eghe
Swashing. No. 221, Washington-street, -or e DANIEL B. GARDNER Bridge Street.
March O Corner of Summer-sTtieet, Bostn. -orAS. DANIEL B N. ARCHER, aidge St'r.

W4-FRESH GOODS. Mar *
I UST received and for sale by HlOimSe1 Furnilltre at at lion.
-.'o. 17. Central SItret, Boso' NEXT THURSDAY, at 9 o'clock, at House iii
large and valuable assortment of BRITISHi, Suimrler atreetI, corner of High street,
FRENCH. INIDIA & AM EI rCAN PIECE1 Tri!t Furnilure in said house, viz: Bureani:
GOODS, consialtigin part of tie J1_ Tables, ,edateads, Carpets, Chairs, Crocl.
...articles, viz: ry and Glass W are, Kitchen Furniture, &c.
medium, Superfin an ndrExtra Broadcloths, in G G NEWHIALL, aubt'r.
Blacks, Blues, iBrown, Gcreen, Olive, Dahlia, March 2 4 &a
Fancy, Drabs and Mixlures "Valni5gle Real Esitae.
ledium, Supeufine and Double Milled Plain and iO TlIUR')AY, 31st inst. at 11 o'clock, wil!
Fancy Striped and Ribbed Cassimnerr, be sold a auction, the Real Estate of Mesars
uperfine and Common Kerseys, in Drabs, Blu PAE & Ros, situat-.d on Derby street and
and Mixtures Union Wharf, viz.
orinmon, Superfinc and Saxony Satinetts
Red and Mix ,d Paddings The cbrner lot, on whfih tre
mill. Satin and other Vestings, new styles -" .... Stere 20 by 30 feet, a
8 and 4-4 Whie Irish Linens, in whole and half ':- a ';; 'I .... Store 27 oy 33 feet, and wood
pieces, Damask Table Linens; Brown Linens; ,- .r ..i bounded northerly by Derby
Cold and White Cambrics and Mushns e' 55 feet 9 inches, easterly by
sislop Lawns aLinn and initn iHkfs a private ea' called Wharf street 1 freet 3 ineb-
SILK GOODS-Heavy i'ouls-de-Soim, Spring es, southerly by land of David Pingree 54 feet It
colors ; Gros de Naples, Spring colors ; Gros inches, westerly by Union wharf 40 feet. Also
de Naples, plain and figured ; G os de Swisse, the lot of land on which ,J. Nichols' blacksmith
blue and black ; Italian and German Lustrings shop now stands, being 35 feet 3 inches on Union
and Sewings; Synchaws; Sarsnes; Camniblets; wharf, and running easterly to iharfstreeteafore-
Pontees; Flag and Bandanna Hdkfs *aid. Sale tno be on th 0tremises, where 'condi
upitalfield, German and India Cravats tions wsil be made known.
Stocks, Suspendeus, Gloves, Hosiery, Threads, Also, immediately atle mthe above, stindry nrti-
Buttons, Pins, &,c &c. cles of Store Furniture, 400 gallons of Cider Via-
[lenequin L Co. Super Scarlet, White and Black egoa, Casks, Boxes, &c.
Merino Shawls in goeat variety P, yordes ot Assieneee
ewing Silk, Silk N uslins, Gauze, Crape and Mar 21 GEO. NICHOLS, ituct
tBarage Hdkfs Biv order of Court,
Biown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,' ol TI Co O
all tha varieties in market Will be sold at public auction, on MONDAY1
Shirting Stripes and Checks Drillings the eleventh day of April next, at two o'clock
pickings Bleached, Brown and cul'd Jeans P M. on the premises,
Summer Stuffs, Fancy Goods fur Cildren's O much ofthe Real Estate ofJESSE FARN-
wear, &c &c. YJ 11 AM, late of Andover, in the eotnty of Es-
[FT We are daily receiving new and additional sex, yeoman, d .eeased, as will saiem the eun o01
styles of Goods, which, added to our present eight hundred dollars, for rhe payment of jusl
Stock, we trust will enable us at all times to offer d ,bis and incidental charges against the estate of
ur friends and thlie.public as god an assortment, said deceased.
and on as favorable terms, as can be luid in the Said Estate consists of Moeving, Tillage, i's-
eily treo and Wood-land, situated ifiAndover, near thi.
iBoston, March 10 6weopis (Ria. ons.) late Dwelling House of said deceased.
Terms made known at the safe.
GSOOd 10for Exportation. WM. JOHNSON, Jr admit
10 BA LES White Gurrabs Andover, March 24
10 10 do Blue do muediumu qual & small --,-.....
3 d o S a le ns p o re s ~ "
10 do Striped Nicanies m e PBroprietors ofithe .%outlt
10 cases Bleached Fltillala s Buildings, ars hereby notified, that the An.
5 do Bleached Shirtings nual Meeting of the Corporation cill be huldea at


3 do 4 4 do very super, qual. Hamilton Hall. oil
2 do Super checked ilusliuns SATUIRDAY, March 26th,
3 do Whito Jaconet al 3 '2eclcek, P M. GEO. PEABODY,
4" do White Cottonu hose iMar 24 Proprietor's Clerkic
4 do Lauibswoul half do t.s.
5 do XXhite (Coton Frinsges WILLIAM DEAN & Co.
2 do di Mslimu Rob's, I EEmb'd
10 do Pirlet Furrjiurr:v WHOt.FSr.K AND RETAIL I) EALI.RS IN
25 do Fancy Prints FOREIGN & DOMESTIC HARDWARE
30) do Cotton I landkerchiMi fs No. 207, Essex Street.
.3 do Scotch Madras do Marel h 24
6 do Tunirkey Red (do
8 do Veronia do JO;" ( B. KN IG TI
2 do Spring'd Lappets No. 7, itsRsbV Wreafth hAIs roul stirL
3 do Scotch-, & Striped Worsted Ceps 7y0 SMALL sacks, of 90 to S0 lbs. each'
1 Bale Spotted Frocks p ime old Sutiatea Coffoe, flavor equal tl
0 do SearKct, Green & Blk Bomubazett MochtI
10 do 7-8 & 4-4 Black Lovantine lldkfa 1150 bokes No. I Soap efor family usae.
6 do Fancy Pongee do extra qual- 5i half do do 5
ity and superior style 30S Sacks Fine Salt-good quality
10 cases Gingham Umibrellas i 25 do Caslana Nuts, fiesih
3 do Silk do 20 hlialf casks Fresh Raishas, lalue mark and
1 do Red Tuffetas, 1'2 yds Loring's brand
1 do' Sastraceordies 30 cases He'rmitage Wine
1 do Velveteens 5 pipes Seignette randy
Entitled to debenture, and for sale by 5000 Ibs Old.Java Coffee.
FREEMAN, COBB, & CO. l-lThe above articles will be sold at a vet'y
No 71, Milk-street, Boston. moderate advance, and sent to any pert o'f hli
Feb 18 epistf town fIroe of expense. Feb 22
COtRT'IStP C1C EiE I ,(C& Co For Sale, Freight or Charter,
Importers aid Dealers in Dry Goods, (its APPLIEt FOr r, IN ONE )WEE)
NO, 59, WATER STREET, The Brig EMIT, 173 tons, copper
B0OSTOJV -_ fastened and coppered, sails fast and
TIei/m aC ,c.Sr., s carries a good cargo, is well found in
.thill r Pickeris, sails and rigging, chain cables, &c.
Stacy Courtis. ) Imo March3 Said brig was rebuilt at Gloucaester,
Sin 1839, with hackmelactk and white oak t.inber,
French GOOdsS. and salted all round, the ceiling taken ohi to her
CASES, consisting of colored and black kelson inside, and all down to light water mark
a. lG Bombazines; Linen Hdkfs; do Cambric outside-and may now be considered a fist rate
Hlkls ; Linen Cambries ; col'd Florences ; do vessel of her class, and may be sent to sea without
Satin Vestings ; Gentlemen's and Ladies' Black expense. She is suitable fur a two boat whaling
and assorted colors Kid Gloves; Pins, &c &c for vessel, and will be sod low to close a concern.-
sale by FREEMAN COBB&GCO. Apply to J J VALENTINE, 15. Commercial St.
sale71 Milk Street, Boston Boston-- MICHAEL SHEPARD, Satin--or

Boston, Feb 29 isfw STEPHEN BROWN, Gloucester
Mllarch 24

ENRY PE'TTES has just received, genu- V Vautted .IHlediately,
Mt r e Irish Poplins ; blue black, jet blaek and -. ,; A first rate Schooner, about 80 of
(coloured sim..ll figured Silks ; Volour de Soie 85 tons, to perform six trips on d
Shawls, large and small sizes I Fishing Voyage, Mackerel, West 1n
224, Washingon street, corner of Summner strote. j (ies and Su th market. A line, with
Boston, Feb 4. '" '"'- the terms, directed to J. IW Salem,
or J. M. Boston, by post, shall be attlenlqd to imn
lIacilkW0ood0'S ta-gazianeI mediately. .3p March 24
B LACKWOOD'S Magazine, CCXLIII, new o Rew Yori,
Amoerican edition--Vol 1, No 1, for J,nuua- The regular act o chr BRIGlI-
ry t-3f Ree'd by HIENRY WHLPPLEThe regular Packt
ry 3225, Red by treeENRY WHI t TON, D Harding master, will sail
March 21 225, Essex street. in the course of this week, For fr' t
o v." C.jCE, -.f or passage, apply on board at Forues-
T HE, annual ....i.. of tIhe SALEM and bters wharf, or to
BOSTON .- I ,.L COMPANY, for the march 21 E SECCO 1B
choice of Officers,and to tranact any other busi- .vi r New yOl'it
Sness that may come beioro them, will be held at ,
the Mansion iTHose, in Salem, on MONDAY, (COM 0 Et RCIA L LI N IE,)
April lth, at 4 o'clock, P. M. -- Ct'nx ll, master will meet wilAN
DAN'L PtROCTER, Proprietors' Clerk 0 Ct espatm." For feigast o iwil asnet wit
Search 24 \ \ 'ateh. For fight or psssAge
a,,h 24 apply on board, at Go. H. S-ith's
ieils's B nchflSg'n. twearft, or to
ENCILLING'S by he VWay, by N P W\ails, unaib 10 J. DIMON
in 2 vols just pub'd and for esat by
IVES &c IUTNAM, -Cur pO-ify I Cough!J.
march 24 No 198 Essnx St. BY TIE USE OF THE
le Nod N E VW-ENGLAND CO UGH S YR UP,
SV e Msi r ilS mosi popular and effectual remedy for
NEWLY invented Musical Instrument, ef Co sCol sth a, Consumtlion, nf,,u-
S fine tone ; constructed similar to tihe Paurs s' g.. ol h, Spittinh o of bmiod, andi atl
Accordions, with a scale, for sa'e at IES' Piul .. ,I V. '., is extracted entirely from.
March 1 BHookstore. ve"etable.nbustsanes, and most highly esteemed'
s -b thoseIme ho have had an opportunity of witness-
a nk & L' oaL-Ofl- e Q aper iug its healing properties. Many letters and cer-
s INEN Folio Paper for Packages. English tifismls frsn well known individuals, will be
L Satin Gilt Letter Paper, Birth dito found on the envelpo toeachbottle-and the pro-
For sale by prietor has permission ton refer to several ofour
JOHN 'M IVES mosi distinguished citizens, who have been curad
0 niacli 21 No 191 Essex street. ,of obstinate Coughs by its use, but feel justly a-
.... verse to ihasloeU their names handled in tle news-
For S-. Ipt;pr< O T 'rice 50 cests a bottle.
4 ih schooner JSOopdi Sold wlhi.esaslea and retail, by'
'5 tons burthen, built sat Nowlburv- .s. AR ION,
pirm s t..r. teh-lnd a fibt ru, Essex St., Salem.
vesseltlfhiner clahs, built exprsley an law3,numis
,r it. ihe Fishing lusiinoss AsIply to o-',L oUfr..
M ar MIC. AEI, SIII'I',t 1)X at fiPIARREI1 .S, ',Gallego Flour,
S. ....... ii 'I t-l- .i lir. y1. Y--i anod 100 h alt S of'superior qunl.
v pEW Kegs Extra quality 25 lbs each, jst hirrels, suitahble fr tfami es, or for shipping.
i tec'eived and for sale, by sale by MICHAEL SHrEPHAuRD
Smach 7 E. SECCOMB. March 9. 3w


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Grand Bank.
i-lE. Stockholders of the GRAND BANK
,,a requested to meet at the Bank Room on
DAY, the first day of April next, at 2 o'clock,
for the purpose of acting on a petition pre-
-J to the Legislature for additional capital -
to act on any oflier business that may come
r the.cn. Fr order.
J. SPARHA WK, Jr. Cashier.
-;.blehead, March 21, 1836
&rass Seed, c.
y-TRD'S Grass, Clover, and Red Top Seed,
: White Beans, Marrowfat Peas, Lard, But-
"i Cheese, Boxes Brown Havana Sugar,
; New Rice, BagS old Suonatra Coffee. Al-
Scase Bongail'ndigo, together with a general
r'nt of Teas, Wines, and Groceries. For
Sy CHAMBERLAIN & SON.
i rc'h1l 2 6, Front street.
Books and Periodicals.
r K ETCHof thePortuguese settlement inChina,
S&. by Sir Andrew Ljungstedt, with engrav-
*-s-,Recollections of the Private Life of Gener-
Lafayette, by Mr Jules Cloquet, MD. 2 vols.
:' g g.-Way Mark, in which some of the
S. i, l road road are pointed out-View of
.nimrican Slave Question, by Rev. E P Bur-
-v, Jr New York-Easy Guide to Vocal Music
w.. which is added a dictionary of Musical
:,3ns by John Farmer, Esq. from last London ed
'The Countess, and other tales, by Hall, Mitlord,
.arrv;att, lames, I-c &a 2 vols.-Life and Times
r inzi-Arimstrong's accoutit of fthe last war.
-Indictment rind trial of Sir Ricnard Rum.
PERIODICALS.
imerican Monthly Magazine for March-A-
".re'.' Magazine of Useful and Entertaining
'.n.wledg--Lady's Magazine for Feb & March-
vy's Library of Literature, Nos 19 20 & 21-
,:c'k'. booker for Veob & March-No 25 Reprint
w;i!erly being the London Quarterly for Dec-
Sf; Poster's Reprint Blackwood's Magazine.
.ust rec'd at 1H. WHIPPLE'S.
..larch 21 225, Essex street.
The Knickerbocker,
.. New York Monthly Magazine, for Febru-
ary and March, 1836, just received by
W & S B IVES, 232 Essex St.
'Subscriptions solicited for the above valuable
rihly Periodical. Mar 21
IDES, IVORY, TURTLE
SHELL, &c.
ANDING from btig Ricuaroa'n,
/, At Peirce's Wharf,
"iadagascar Salted Hides
2Pime and scrivellos IVORY
-.*A.HORSE TEETH
BIRD PEPPERS,"
TURTLE SHELL, and
.GUM COPAL. For sale by
EPHRAIM EMERTON.
'tAr 21 3w
JAPIRET, &e.
A .PHET in search of a Father, by Capt Mar-
.-.' ryatt, R N- price 50 cents
S';' ries of the Sea. by the same-price 50 cents.*
'The Outlaw, by Mrs Hall-in 2 vols
The Gipsey, a Tale, by-the author of Richelieu,
S. volain one-price 50 cents.
aho Last Days of Pompeii, by Bulwer, two
ok i> oneo-price 50 cents
For sale by W & S B IVES,
Iasr 21 No 232, Essex street
New Wo'rkss.
ITS of the Tea Party, being a Memoir
..I George R. T. Hewes, one of the last sur-
'i'-., with a History of that Transaetion, Rem-
.nsconces of the Massacre, the Siege, and other
.ri's of Old Times, with a portrait of Hewes,
:..a; ihe simile of his hand writing--by a Boston-

'Iavory in 'tih United iltates, by J t Paulding.
.'y- Liitle Hymn Book, with Hymns fur Chil-

a6rt 47, ~S, 49, 50 and 51 of the Franklin Li-
1r.rf, price 12 1-2 ct each.
Aiscellanies, by Harriet Martineaa, intb vols.
Just from rhe press, and for sale by
W. & S. B. IVES,
Jar 21 Stearns' Corner
Public A*otice.
R_'fROPOSALS will be received by thie sub-
scribers, for building about one hundred and
Srod of Road. lying in the Eastern part of
einlamin Further particulars may be known on
'-p~lcation to the subscribers. Persons desirous
t'fcantracting, will send in their proposals on or
-. re the 10th of April next.
JACOB DODGE, ) Committee
JOHN DODGE, of
RICHARD DODGE, J Wenham.
'Venham, March 21

*rMEMOIRS of Hewes, with Traits of the Tea
Party, i4c
The Outlaw, by Mrs Hall, in 2 volumes
Remembrancet of a Polish Exile
The Way-Mark, in which some of the turns of
.he "Broad Read" are pointed out
ew and cheap editions of the following popular
Works,just published by the Harpers, viz:
Tlhe Gipsey, by the author of Philip Augustus
Japhet in search of a Father, with a fine portrait
S Vlarrvat
The Last Days of Pompeii, by Bulwer
'isnzi, or Last of the Tribunes, by do
For sale at the Book and Fancy Store of
IVES & PUTNAM,
dar 21 198, Essex street
Z ew Books, at the Essex Cir-
culating Library.
S-'ille Outlaw, by Mrs Hall, 2 vols. Japhet in
search of a Father, complete in one volume.
,iemoir of Hewes, with Traits of the Tea Party.
?".ulding on Slavery. ALSO,
The London Nautical Magazine for Jan & Feb.
Horticultural Register, &o At
Mar 21 JOHN M LIVES .
Anericaun Quarterly Review,
'O. XXXVII, for March 1836, received by
Mar HENRY WHIPPLE,
Mar 21 No 223, Essex street
Russia Sheet Iron.
,-3 PACKS-45001 bs rec'd and for sale by
-^ 9 Mar21 WM. DEAN & CO
Sheet BinC.
00 LBS. Bost German Sheet Zinc,
00 V for sale by
Mar21 WM. DEAN & CO.
IysoR Tea.
5 O CATTY Boxes Hyson Tea, a prime
f ty article for shipping, lor sale by
E. SECCOM B,
Mar 21 Head of Forrester's Wharf
Lanipblack and Coffee.
SO LBS. LAMPBLACK
S 900 lbs St. DOMINGO COFFEE
2600 lbs AFRICAN do
Just received and for sale by
Mar 21 JOHN BROOKS.
WVhite and Blue
'lXT Knitting Cotton. A fresh supply of
V-lt- the-ahove article of the best quality, just re-
ceived and for sale by
WM. DEAN & CO
Mar 21 207, Essex street

OR sale by E. SECCOMB,.
200 bbls. Howard St. and Richmond Flour,
60 do Genesee Flour,
800 Matts and 10 cases Cassia,
20 Casks new Rico,
50 Sacks Beans.


100 Bags old Sumatra and Java Coffee
200 Sacks superior White Sugar.
March 21.

CHARLES F. PUTNAM
HAS FOR SALE.
IN QU.-JNTITIES FOR SHIPPING,
.-'SSENCE of Peppermint-Cologne Water-
"_j Essential Oil ofSpruce-Stoughton's Elixir
---Cherry Brandy-Brandy Bitters-Lemon Syrup
-Bottled Cider-Spanish Cigars, &c
Vlar 14 NO. 304, ESSEX STREET.


N7EW GOOIS.
JUST RECEIVED Ai'ATo.1, DERB Y SQUdRE,
SAND 6-4 COTTON CAMBRICS
4 a- 4-4 and 6-4 checked >ind corded do
)-ri Fancy Prints; Dover Prints
Tapes ; Hooks and Eves ; Stay Lacings
Brown Sheetings and Shirtings
Bleached Waltham Shirtings
Suffolk Drill; Lasting Bnttoris
Plain and figured Gilt Buttons
Blue and White Knitting Cotton.
N B. The subscriber intends in future to sell
only for Cash. His old customers and all other
persons are respectfully requested to notice tins
resolve, as ho is under tie necessity and is deter-
mined to adhere strictly to it.R.
B.COGSWELL.
Salem, March 3

SPRING GOOD S,
AT




,-s ses x Street.
j" NE Hundred Pieces CALICOES and
GINGHAMS, pattern's for 1836.
Muslin Collars. Corded Robes.
LIMNES. One case Tapes.
Cases Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings.
Bales Brown Sheetings and Shirtings.
Cases Colored Cambrics. Bedticking.
Spool Cotton. HOSIERY. GLOVES.
i This day opening, for sale by
1R. BANCROFT.
March 3 3w G A o
."o. 190, Essex Street.

WIGGIN & WYMAN,
AVE just received and offer. for sale, a fine
assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of
BROADCLOTHS-black, blue, olive, dahlia,
and every desirable color;
CASSIMERES-plain and striped;
A great variety ofVESTINGS;
Black Satin and white Linen Shirt Bosoms ;
Shirt Collars; Neck Stocks ; Gloves ;
Suspenders; Fancy and plain Buttons, &e &o.
rJ'Garments of every description made accord-
ing to measure, and warranted.
March 21 o A ff
An Instructor is wanted
F 10R a private school with a limited number
s' of pupils, in which English and classical
studies will be pursued.
One who has experience and can furnish good
recommendations will receive a liberal compensa-
tion.
Written applications may be directed to either
of the subscribers until April 10th.
Z. F. SILSBEE,
R. S. ROGERS,
F. PEABODY,
J. C. LEE.
Salem, March 21
FOR SALE,
The schooner ]Dollar,
as she came from sea-coppered
and copper fastened-98 Tons-car-
M -ries 800 bbls.
P. 1. FARNHAM.& CO.
March 21 tf
NMaria M1onk.
WFUL Disclosures of Maria Monk, or a
narrative ofher sufferings &c. as a black
Nun, &c. For sole by
HENRY WHIPPLE,
march 21 225 Essex-St.
orn---afloat.
3 3f00 BUSHELS, superior White Corn
3300 on board Schr. Hylas, for saleby
E. SECCOMB,
marcl 2t Eorzoc.,.o WhVr,..-
Tea Party.
T RAITS of the Tea Party,-bemng a memoir
of Geo. R. T. H-ewes, one of the last of its
survivors, &c.-by a Bostonian.
For sale at
II. WHIPPLE'S,
march 21 225 Essex-Street.

CHEESE,BUTTER,BEANS
&c.
5 -000^ LBS. first quality of New Milk
500 CHEESE;
3000 lbs DRIED APPLES, in shipping order
40 tubs of Eastern Dairy BUTTER;
1600 lbs of "superior quality" Gosben BUT-
TER;
125 bushels of new White BEANS;
Hhda extra quality MOLASSES ;
10 chests Pouchong TEA ;
50 boxes old Brown Windsor SOAP.
For sale by
SYLVESTER PHELPS,
Market Square
Salem, March 21 3wis

STEAMI POWER PATENT
CORDAGE.
V INCENT & BROWNE are ready to contract
for GANGS OH RIGGING, 4-c. They
have spared no expense to render their machinery
perfect of the kind, and can furnish an article e-
qual to any manufactured elsewhere.
-ON HAND-
5 TONS RUSSIA CORDAGE "m assorted
3" BOLT ROIPE sizes.
2 COIAR CORDAGE from three to
five inches, suitable for Warps, and a complete
assortment of RUNNING CORDAGE &c. of
their own manufacture.
Orders left at HORACE SCUDDER'S CiTy
WHARF,at GEO. BBOWNE'S,No 30 31 CoM-
MERCIAL STREET, Boston, or at their ROPE.
WALK, PLEASANT STREET, Salem, will receive
prompt attention. 3w law
Salem, March 7, 1836
IRP&idEalSE S. eILL,,
iflachinist,
NFORMS his friends and the public that he
has taken a Steam Power and buildings, of
the Salem Lead company, at their works, Stages
Point, where h is prepared to receive and exe-
cute orders for Machinery of all kinits, particular-
ly Steam Engines, of any number of Horse Pow-
er, on the most improved plans. Fire Engines of
any size, large Sorews of any pitch of thread, for
heavy pressing. Rope Makers Macehinery, &c.
&e all of which will be warranted to perform
well.
Orders from thie country addressed as above
will receive immediate attention.
Salem, Mareh7. 2mep


A valuable Farm, sit-
uated in Ipswich, consisting of a-
bouent 130 acres of Mowing, Tillage,
and Pasturing, and about 50 acres
of Salt Marsh. The Tillage land,
being about 60 acres, lays in one bondy around the
buildings, arid is of excellent quality ; the Pastu-
ring, about 70 acres, is also very good, and re-
quires no fencing ; and the Salt Marsh lays to-
gether adj,,ining the upland. On the Farm is a
good two story Dwelling House, and two largo
Barns, and all in good order.
Said Farm is under good improvement, but may
be made much more productive with but little ex-
pense, as it possesses unusual facilities for mak-
ing manure, having the salt water on one side.-


This farm will be sold on very liberal terms.-
For further particulars, application may be made
to tho tenant on the premises, or to the sulascri-.
ber, No. 47, Pincknoy Street, Boston.
GEO W. HEARD.
B-ston, Feb 22 istf
To Let,
THE STORE, opposite to the
Post Office, Essex street, lately oc-
cupied as a Dry Goods Stoire.
Apply to
S. S. WHIPPLE.
Dec 14 t


REMEDY FOR COSTIVE-, 7THE ESSEX INSURANCE


NESS.
T-H E Medicine now offered to tihe public un
der the name of Peristaltic Lozenges, or
.nti dyspCeptic Remedy, may with little danger of
disappointment be relied upon, for thIe core of-
those most distressing symptoms consequent upon
Dyspepsia, such as pain and oppression at ili
stomach, arising from debilily of that organ, diz-.
ziness of the head, drowsiness, &c. Especially
for continued costiveness, they have been proved
inestimable, in numerous instances. As the lim-
its of an advertisement preclude the enumerati,,n
of all the cases in which they are applicable, and:
will be found useful, suffice it to say, thrt for
most complaints arising from Indigestion, these
Lozenges may confidently be expected to afford
permanent relief. Several instances of theit effi-
cacy, in the above mentioned complaints, havingi
come to thie knowledge of the proprietor, they are
now offered, with full trust in their medical prop-
erties. Price fifty cents per box. For sale by
J. S. HARRISON,
Apothecary, Essex Street, Salem.
Dec 21 islawtSl
ail For sale in Beverly,.by Wai. ENDICOTT;
Marblehead, by S. B. RUSSELL.
0:*School for Young Ladies.

HrlHE SPRING TERMr of the School at MASONIC
-a HALL, under the instruction of P'IR and
MRS. DRI[VER, will commence on the 1st of
April. Pupils can enter at any other time, if do-
-sired
Course of Instruction, and Terms.
The entire course embraces all the branches of
a thorough English Education, together with the
Latin, Greek and French Languages.
For instruction in Reading, Writing, A-ritfhme-
tie, Grammer, Geography, History, with Plain
Needle Work, $5 per quarter.
For instruction in the above, together with the
construction of Maps, Use of Globe, Natural Phi-
losophy illustrated with apparatus, Natural Histo-
ry, Moral Philosophy, Algeibra, and any o'rie of'
the above Languages, wv'ith Drawing and Orna-
mental Needle Work, $6 per quarter.
For instruction in all the above, together with
Geomolry, Logic, fntllectual Philosophy, and the
three Languages, $7 per quarter.
Mrs. D., besides assisting in the general busi-
ness of the School, will devote particular attention
to N-EE'D'LE-WOR'K and DRAWING.
Application may be made at S. DRIVER & Co's
Shoe Store, or at the School Room, Chase's Buil-
ding, Washington Street.
Salem, March 14 3wi
Sflea Cl ssicai S'cheol.
T HE above establishment will be closed on
the 1st of Apr. next. The subscriber ten.
ders his grateful acknowledgments to his patrons
for the very generous support which he lihas reo-
coived. H. K. OLIVER.

School for i ouwtg Ladies.
N MONDAY, thie eleventh day of April next,
the subscriber will open a School for Young
Ladies, at his School House in Federal street.-
Ho will be assisted by Miss MARTHA L. STEARNS-
an able and experienced Instructress, in the gen-
eral business of the School, and by Miss GIRAUD-
who will take charge of pupils in the French larn.
guage. Instruction will also be given by a suita-
ble person in plain and ornamental Needlework,
The system of Instruction which will be adopted
comprises a very thorough and extensive course
of English Studies, together with the Greek, Lat-
in, French, Italian and Spanish Languages for
any who may wish to pursue them
The pupils will be arranged, according to their
acquirements, into three departments, the studies
and terms of which are as follows :
1st Department-Reading, Writing, Spelling,
Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, the
elements of Latin and French, with plain Needle-
work-$10 per quarter.
2d Departmoent-Thopreceding studiescontin-
usd or finished, with EngHsh Composition, Histo-
ry, Natural and Moral Philosophy, Use of Globes,
(following Astronomy,) Drawing, A'.gebra, the
elements of Greek, and French and Lain f'urtlier
assvanceu-,iogeCi.er with oraoamentatl 1No.dt.oTormk
$12 per quarter.
3d Department-The preceding studios contin-
ued or finished, with Book-kooping by Single En-
try, Geornitry, Natural History, Chemistry, Bot-
any, Logic, Rhetoric, Intellectual Philosophy,
with thie Stpanish and Italian Languages-$15
per quarter.
The means of Instruction in such of the above
studies as require to boe illustrated by Apparatus,
are ample, having been collected at very great ex-
pense. A Course of Lectures in the Fall'and
Winter Terms will be given to all the members
of the School.
From the 1st of April to the 1st of October the
lhors of attendance will be from 8 o'clock, A. M.
to 1 o'clock, P. M ; and from the 1st of October
to the Ist of April, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to I o'-
clock, P. M. As, however, many parents of
younger pupils prefer that their children shoulil
attend in the afternoon, the hours of attendance
for such pupils will be as follows :
From the 1st of April to the 1st of October,
frorm 8 o'clock to 11 1-2 o'clock, A. M and from 2
1-2 o'clock to 4 1-2 o'clock, P. M.; and from the
1st of October to the 1st of April, from 9 o'clock,
A. M. to 12 o'clock, M. and from 2 1-2 o'clock to
4 o'clock, P M. excepting the afternoons of Wed-
nesday and Saturday. The School House being
thus opened, those pupils who attend in the morn-
ing only, and who may be desirous of coming in
thie afternoon to prepare their morning lessons,
ncn do so, and will be assisted by any one of the
Teachers who may be present.
Jan 14 H. K. OLIVER.

FRA %'IN HALL SCHOOL.
IT [HE next regular Quarter in the above
1 SCHOOL, will commence on the first of
April.
The Course of Study includes all the branches
of a thorough English Edueation, with a knowl-
edge of the Latin, Greek, French and Spanish Lan.
gu ages.
Instruction is also given to such pupils as do-
sire it in Music, Drawing, and in plain and orna-
mental Needlework.
The accommodstiorls for the School are of the
first order. A Library of several hundred vol.
umes, and a valuable Philosophical Apparatus,
have been procured.
lnstruetion is given in both the Male rind Fe-
male Departments, by a competent number of
"oell qualified teachiers,-tithe entire services of at
least rouR, two males arid two females, being
constantly given to the School ; and nrio effort is
spared to merit a continuance of the patronage
with which the School has been favored.
[F'Sciholars from abroad, especially if young,
should be placed under the particular care of one
of the teachers, or of some responsible person.
Applications for seats, or for further informa-
tion respecting the School, may be moade to
ALFRED GREEN',IEAF.
School,at Franklin Hall, Newbury street.
Residence, 81 Essex street-
Salem, March 3

SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public, that ie proposes
opening a school for Boys in the front Hall of tie
Lyceum, (for thie present) on Monday the 4th
day of April next. For instruction in tihe usual
Lranches of an English education, comprising,
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Elements of History,
Geography, Arithnmetic, English Grammar, and
the Elements of Latin, ,$8,00 per quarter.
For instruction in the above, together with
Latin further pursued, Greek Histor.y, Algebra,
Geometry, Use of Globes, English Cimposition,
Rhetoric, Logic, Natural and Moral Philosophy,


and Book-Keeping-$10, per qr.-French S2,per
qr.-Drawing $3, per qr.
R. PmIIpPS.
Mr P. is permitted to refer to
RIv. MR. VA.UoAN
Hoy. J. G. KiNG
HoN G. BARSTOW
H. K. OLIVER.
Salem, March 3d. R. R. L.
FIGS..
()00 SMALL drums superior FIGS.
Ada2Uf Just received and for sale by
Feb 4 JOHN BROOKS,


COM-


___


Feb 22


WM. UtlHASE',
opposite the Market.


TO SELL OR LET.
A two story building about 30 by
s s 18, lately occupied by the subscrib
el as a 1re: factory. Essox street,
joppvAo a CQ'ztis street.
asWM. KIMBALL,
Feb. 15. : spposito the market.

REMOVAL.










5 4
-- --







'Williali Rhopes & Son
HIAVE removed their STOVE and GRATE
C ESTABLISHMENT, to the LoNu
Room, Marston Place, on Washington and Front
stores.
Aug. 24. tf.


ITH a CAPITAL STOCK of
$100,oo000,
al'l of which is paid in and
invested according to law, hereby give notice,
that they cenitnue to insure against Loss or
DAMAGE to
Vessels, Freights and IMerchandize,
not exceeding
$10,000
on any one risk.
Office No. 170, Essex Street.
CHS. TREAD'^ELL, President.
D. L. PROCTER, Secretary-
Salem, March 14, 1836. A o0 Imo

SALEM DIRECTORY.
p PROPOSALS by HENRY WHIPPLE, for
publishing a
Directory of Salem,
to contain all the Names, Professions, and Resi-
dence, of all the heads of families, and persons of
business in Salem: with other useful information
The Directory will be comprised in a volume
of about 150 pages, duodecimo, and will be furn-
ished to subscribers at FIFTY CENTs per copy.
If suitable encouragement is afforded, a plan of
the town, and perhaps some engraved views of
public buildings, &c. will accompany the work.
The work will be issued as soon as arrange-
ments can be made for its publication, ifn suffi-
cient number of subscribers shall be obtained ; but
not, probably, till the city government shall have
been organized, so that the Charter, and all the
information pertaining to the new organization,
ray be given Feb 20
.Vl8 T1 L C TIO.Y VL .rT7 USX C.

ISS HUNTINGTON, proposes to give les-
sons to young Ladies on the PIANO-FORTE
Her terms maiy be made known on application to
her at her Mother's in Federal Street.
She is permitted to refer to
L. SALTONSTALL,
H K. OLIVER, and
GEORGE'Pl BODY, Esq's,
Salem, Feb 4, 1836.
MFlacoa andt China.
A N Historical Sketch of the Portuguese Set-
tlements in China ; and of the Rohman Ca-
tholic Church and Mission in China.
Miscellanies, by Harriet Martineau, in 2 vols
Just published, and for sale by
IVES & PUTNAM,
Mar 14 198, Essex street
Book-Binding,
N all its various branches, done by
LIVES & PUTNAM,
Mar 14 198, Essex street
$2RO RETWARDB.
W H EREAS, an attempt was made, on SAT-
URDAY NIGHT, to set fire to the Bn-
gine House in Boston Street, a reward ofl'-00 is
hereby offered for the detection of the person or
persons guilty of the same.
Per order of the Selectmen,
JOS. CLOUTMAN, Town Clerk.
Marchl0 3wo
New-York, & SalIem oiminer-
cial Line of Pacllets.

TO SAIL EVERY SATURDAY.




HE following vessels will comprise the above
.Lino'of Packets, one of which will sail ev-
ery Saturday through the Season from each place,
and will take Freight at the lowest rates.
Schooner EAG LE, J. H ALLETT, Master
RICHMOND PACKET, ButR, do.
MERIDIAN, 0. CnROWELL, do-
ENTERPRISE:, SMALLEY, don.
The above vessels are insurable at the lowest
rates of Premium, conmrmanded by experienced
.luLso and-Prlots. Tlne public rrny_ be assured
that no exertions will be spared by the Agents to
make tims Line worthy of patronage, which is re-
spectfully solicited. All goods fromrn the Country
will Ibe stored free of expense, should the packets
not be ready to receive them. Punctuality will
be strictly oikserrved oi tha days appointed for
sailing and ni vessel allowed to lay over, except
detained by wind or weather. As this is the first
regular sailing established line of Packets from
this port, Shippers from the Country, and in this
plice must be aware of the advantages they will
receive from the regularity of their sailing. Their
regular trips will cornmence in April.
11 Enquire in Salem of JAMES DIMON, or
in New-York, of Messrs P. 1. FARNHAM & Co.
N. B. The subscribers will furnish transient
vessels for any southern port, at short notice and
on the lowest terms.
Salem, March 14, 1836. tf
Dispatch Bine of Packets for
Philadelphia.

i' ,

Tr HE following vessels will commence running
in April between this port and Philadelphia
and continue the season, viz:-
Schr FRANKLIN, J. NicKERson, Master.
SOCRATES, S. B. NICKERSON, do.
HANNAH REBECCA, E, HALLETT, do.
1" (NEW) War. CROWELL, do.
The above named, are good vessels, and .bly
commanded, for which a share of freight is re-
sp-eifully solicited. For particulars apply at G.
H. Smith's Wharfof
JAMES DIMON.
Salem, March 14, 1836.
F'or Sale.
THE Eastern halfof a Dwelling
e Ail _House, situated in Essex Street,
..S ioppoaite the now Stone Church,
ru S owned afid recently occupied by
.. .7 --Samuel Mansfield. For terms ap-
ply to the owner in Lynn, or to the subsacrber in
Court Street. G O. NICHOLS.
Salem, Oct 12 onlyly)

VPew in First Baptist Church,
for sale.
EW No. 88, on tihe floor of the First Haptiar
Church, with Cushions, Carpet, Books, &c,
will be sold at private sale, low.
Apply to HENFIELD& ARCHER,
Oct 8 No.6, Derby Square.
Sheet Zinc.
ECEIVED this day, One Case thin Ger
rn man Sheet Zinc, a superior article for cov
ering buildings, &c by


Insurance against Fire.
T HE DANVERS MUTUAL FIRE INSU-
RANCE COMPANY, continue to receive
Proposals for Insurance on Buildings situate
witliin the County-and insure on as fair terms
as at any other Office. Application may be made
to the subscriber, at his Office in Danvers.
The Directors meet on the first Monday of ev-
ery month, at 6 o'clock, P. M
JOHN W. PROCTOR, Secretary.
Danvers, Jan 1 lawtf
Vegetable Compound Indian
Syrup.
U"THIS Medicine is calculated particularly for
the Rickets, or other diseases of debility. It
renders the blood healthy and active, and gives
strength and energy to the whole system.
Prepared by LEADER DAvr, No 49 Hanover Et ,
Boston; and sold by BENJ. F. BROWNE, whole-
sale agent, No 1, Jeffrey Place, Salem-also by
Wm.R. Herton, and George P. Farrington, Sa-
lem-and by Druggists generally.
sept 21, 1835 ly
N OTICE is hereby given, that the subscribers
_L have been duly appointed executors of the
last will and testament of
ED)WARD SOUTIHWICK,
late of Danvers in the County of Essex, tanner-
deceased, & have taken upon themselves that trust
by giving bonds as the law directs. All per-
sons having demands upon thi estate of said
deceased, are required toexhibit the sane ; and
all persons indebted to said estate are called upon
to make payment to
JOSEPH SOUTHWICK,
JACOB SOUTHWICK,
EDWARD SOUTHWICK,
P. R. SOUTHWICK,
Danvers, March 7, 1836. exec'rs

New England Runnl &c.
O 0BBLS N.E. Rum
50 60 Bags of Pepper. Fr sale hv
J. B. KNIGHT,
March 7 No 7, Derby Whit.
Copartnerhip Dissol'cid.
liE firm hcrntlfore existing under the titie of
L, MOItSE & SMITH,
is this day dissolved, by mutual consent. All ac-
count will be adjusted .by
G. E SMITH,
Who will nrint;nue to in niiuf,ture, tnno aind
repair PIANO FORTES, at the old stand,
No. 275, Essex Street.
March 5th 1836.


CHEAP FOR CASH.
On hand, 10,000 pounds WHITE LEJD,
ground and dry.


SsECcaMMiNDiATIONs.
Sale'm Classical School,
Salem, Jan. 25, 1836.
Immediately after the publication of Mr.
Foster's Copy Books, they were introduced
into this school, in consequence of the very fa-
vorable impression which I had received from
an examination of Mr. Foster's work on Pen-
mnanship. I felt persuaded that practical books
from the same author would enable us to fol-
low up the system with decided advantage.
we have not been disappointed. They fully
come up to our wishes A very prominent and
excellent feature in the books is, that a teach-
er, who may rot yet have formed a method
for himself, or who may not be able to do so to
his own satisfaction, may, by the use of these
works, be put at once riot only into possession
of a capital and practical system, but of all the
means and facilities for successfully following
it out-I1 am very willing to add my testimony
in favor of the works.
H. K. OLIVER.
Published by PERKINS & MARVIN, No.
114 Washington-street, and for sale in any
quantity, ai the publishers prices, by
W. & S. B. IVES,
232, Essex Street, Stearns' Building.
March 12. 3m.
.1 otice.
SllE subscriber having sold his Stock of Hard
Ware Goods to WILLIAM CHASE, who
will in future conduct thie business at the old
stand, the former customers of the subscriber are
respectfully solicited to continue their patronage.
This arrangement will render it necessary for
all who have unsettled accounts with the subscri
ber to call and adjust the same, who at present
may be found at his former store.
The sale of SPERM OIL, CANDLES,
SHEET LEAD and LEAD PIPE, will be con-
tinued as heretofore by
fl"illiamn I. Chase.
Salem, 1st mo. 14th, 1836.
WILLIAMI CHASE,
. ESPECTPFULLY informs his friends and
the public, that he Ihas purchased of WM-
-1. CHASE, his entire Stock of
ffhrd- i Ware fGoods,
consisting of a complete assortment of articles u-
sually found insuech a store, which he offers for
sale at the old stand, directly opposite the mar-
ket, on terms as favorable as can be obtained else-
where.
(:rThe patronage of the former customers off
WM. H. CHASE, and the public generally, is
respectfully solicited,
Salem, 1st mo> 14th, 1836.
RUBBER SHOES.
0A PAIRS, Men's, Women's, and Mis-
500 ses Rubber Shoes. For sale by
GEO. SOUTHWARD.
OKF HsANnD-A complete assortment Gentlemen's
first rate Calf Skin Boots and Shoes. Also,
Men s and Boy's thick Boots, Ladies first rate
Kid, Morocco, and Calf Skin Slips, and Lace
Shooe. ILow pric'd shoes of every description.
Rubber Shoes mended at short notice.
3:11 Cash paid for Old Rubber.
WANTED, as an apprentice to the above
business a lad about 14 or 15 years of ago.
Feb 15
Remnioval.
DrOCT. PEABODY, has removed into CHAR-
TER S'TREET, third house froiu Central str.
and continues to operate on teeth, according to
the latest improvements. In addition to animal
teeth,he can furnish mineral teeth of thie best
quality from a single tooth to a whole set. Teeth
powder and English teeth Brushes.
-ALSO,-
1' Beetlenout teeth powder, just imported, and
seeteemed superior to any other.
Salem, aug. 24, Ib35. I aw it.
LA O .CHL.'VE 1 UN. VEWSs.
BENJAMIN TRASK
INFORMS his friends and the public that lie
willcontinme, at the old stand of I. S. HILL
& Co, the manufacture of MACHINERY, of all
kinds, as usual
Orders respectfully solicied, and promptly ex-
ecuted 6w Feb 8


Strecker's Chilblain Plaster. FALL & WINTER GOODS.
HIS remedy soon removes the itching and .
Thardness produced by this teasing coon 0 ili4i4'i CO.
plaint. It is v arrnunti-d In all carsof old V -NO. 1, CENTRAL BUILDING,=]
swellin'gs, &c where Judkiins' Ointment is good, AVE just received a new assortment of
this plaster is a substitute, hardly inferior in any Fm.; u e LL S- WINTER GOODS,
respect, and being more cleanly and convenient, ConsistinL of B ROADCLOTHS, PETER-
is therefore preferable. Price 2o cents per box. SHA.MS, CAMBIETS, CASSIMERES, and
Fur salt by VESTINGS.
WIi .IM R IIORTON, A lew pieces of Buckskin and Ribb'd CASSI-
Jan. 4.-3m No. 5 Hyolyoie Place. MERES, a prime article for Winter Pants.
FOSTER'S ALSO-Uainr..LAs, STOCKS, COLLARS, Boa-
Elemnentary Copy Books. soas, &C. &c. Salem Oct. 22, 1835
F OUSTER'S IMPt.OVED COPY BOOKS g1 00- I NSADI)NG,
are designed to simplify the attainment
of correct Penmnanship-to facilitate the lab.r IHIE Subscriber still continues the BOOK
of thie teachers and pirent.-, and to obviate the .. BINDING business at thie Old Stand, (No 7
difficulties which learners uniformly expenri- HOLYOKE PLACE,) where his friends and thIe Pub
ences in obtaining a masterly use of the pen, lie, are respectfully invited to call. Books bound
ly rendering its acquisition, even to mere in all the various Styles of Binding, in a cheap
children, sitrepe and progressive, easy and a- and durable manner, and warranted to give sat-
greeable. The whole plan is reduced to a isfiction.
methodical arrangement, whereby every part BLANK BOOKS made and ruled to any
. naturally flows from that which precedes, and pattern. All orders gratefully received and
leads to, and illustrates that which follows, punctually attended to by
By means of the receded lines, the pupils fin- JONATHAN PERLEY Jr.
geis and hand are made to move according to Mar 2. (G A If)
tith correct forms of the letters, from the com-
mencement of learning to write. The system REMOVAL.
is founded on natural, and obviously correct, ILLIAM ABBOT has removed to No
principles ; and it affords the most simple, easy, 4, Chase's Building, Washington Street,
and efficient mrnans for the speedy and thorough where he will keep for sale
attainment of fine Penmanship. PAINTS, OIL, GLASS, &c,"
PAIN S, IL, LAS, &c,,


-ALSO-
2500 feet FREXCH WINDOW GLdSS, va
rious sizes.
n- The Painting, Glazing and Papering busi
ness continued as usual
sept 17 ly
lRedford and Saranac Crown
'Window Glass.
HE subscriber has been appointed Agent in
Salem, for the Redford Crown Class, and
will keep constantly for sale, at the factory prices,
at his shop in Washington Street, all sizes of the
CROWN WINDOW GLASS manufactured by
that company.
This glass is of superior quality; and is manu-
factured from whitee flint sand," obtained near the
factory. It combines all the requisites which dis-
tinguish a perfect article, and is particularly te-
markab!e for its strength of enamel, beauty, and
evenness of surface, transparency, lightness ofcol-
or and uncommon brilliancy, resembling the fin-
est description of Plate Glass It is the only crown
glass made from "flint sand" in this country, and
is capable of standing every change of climate-
nor will it lose any of its lustre by age--being
all made of double thickness. It will be found on
comparison cheaper and stronger than foreign or
cylinder glass.
WILLIAM ABBOT.
sept 15 ly

Salem, and Lowell Stages.


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NE W ARRANGEMENT
C ONNECTED with the Stages, from Lowel
to the Interior of New Hampshire, Vermont,
the northerly part of New York, Upper and
Lower Canada.
LEAyE Salem at 1 o'clock P. M. on Monday.
Wednesdayand Friday,by Lynnfield Hotel, South
Reading, Wilmington, and Tewksbury to Lowell,
RrIrTuNisra leave Lowell at 8 o'clock, A. M.
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
LEAVE Salem, at 6 o'clock A. M. on Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, through Middleton and
South Andover to Lowell.
RETURNING. leaves Lowell on Monday, Wed,
nesday, and Friday, at the arrival of the Stages
rom the North.
SThe Proprietors are not responsible for Baggage
or any other property, sent by this Line.
For seats, please apply at the Lafayette Coffee
House, Salem, and in Lowell, at the Stage Office
Central Street. apr 6
'For Sale.
The dwelling iouse owned and
1 occupied by the subscriber, and
f situatled on Essex street.
A*s *i For terms or more particular des-
Stll1- cription of the estate apply to
March 7 DAVID CUMMINS.
Carpenter's and Cooper's
Tools.
ECEIVED this day one ease Underhill's.
JL Cast Steel Edge Tools, consisting of House.
and Ship Carpenter's Broad Axes, Shaves, Shing-
ling Hatchets, Cooper's Axes. &c by
WM. CHASE;
3d mo 8th 206 Essex street,

Strecker's Pills for Dyspepsia.
HE principles on which these pills are com-
posed, are almost entirely different from any,
others. If tre dyspepsia was produced by taking
too much Calomel, these pills are particularly
suited to such persons. They keep the habits'
regular, and after cleansing the system, leave it
in a state requiring nothing but temperance and
care to effect an entire cure. If they afford no,
relief (after being used according to tho direc-
itons) which the patient thinks worth the money,.
will be returned on application. Price one'dol-
lar pei box. For Sale by W. R HORTON
Sept 28 tf No 5 Holyoke Place.

LEAD PIPE, .
F a superiorr quality, manufactured in Salem.
A large supply of every size, constantly on
hand, and forsale upon the best Boston terms, by
WM. H. CHASE,
sept22 tf Agent for the Manufacturer
Superior Detergent Soap.

T HIS SOAP is particularly recommended:to.
Seamen, enabling them to wash their
clothes in salt water as effectually as if fresh were
used. To Painters it is useful in removing paint
and oil from their clothes, cleansing their brushes,.
pets. &c. &c.- To Mechanics, Blacksmiths,
Printers, and others who require to wash often, as.
preventing the chapping of their hands, and in,
curing those disagreeable attendants on frequent,
ablutions in cold weather.-For family use, in.
the cleansing ef coarse woolens, washing floors,
stoves, soapstone hearths, &c. it is invaluable.
Constantly on hand and for sale in packages,
varying from 2 lbw, to 300 lbs. by
march 7 WM. H. CHASE.
Streng-thening Plaster.
SENSET'S Celebrated Strengthening Plaas-
K tar, for pain or weakness in the breast,.
back or side ; also, for Rheumatic affection, Liver
complaint, and Dyspepsia. This medicine is the.
invention of ann eminent Surgeon; and so nume-
rous are the instances in which the most salutary
effects have been produced by it, that it is with
the utmost confidence recommended to all those
afflicted with these distressing complaints. Tie.
sale if the remedy conmoenced in the city of New
York in 1827, and the sales there have been ex-
tensive. It affords the Proprietor great pleasure
in staingl, that out of these numerous sales, scarce
an instance has occurred where relief has not
been obtained in cases where this medicine was
recommended.
This Plaster produces no disagreeable sensa-
tions, and may be worn without inconvenience at
all tnmes Price 5(1i cents.
For sale oily b WV & S B IVES,
Ni 23:2 Essrx Street, corner of Court St
Fonb l) W o 3m


Tr HllS article is sur deatl to Flies and Cock,
roachos-Price 12 1-2 cents a paper.
Prepared hy Leader Dam. No 49, Hanover St.
Boston; and sold by BENJ. F. BROWNE, whole
sale aRent, Ni 1, Jeffrey Placo, Salem-a!so by
Wmn R. llnrton and George P.Farrington, Salamn
-and by Druggists generally in Essex county
and elsewhere, ly Mpt 21,1835