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Title: The Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
Alternate Title: Union
United States gazette, and true American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Bronson & Smith
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: December 5, 1818
Publication Date: 1818-1823
Frequency: semiweekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 11, 1818)- ; -v. 23, no. 1448 (Apr. 4, 1823).
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Preceded by: True American (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1817)
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t i oi Cl al'. I i ll" h u ita -l th1 it a i n-I h p"r11t lii ,t tIl. li e_ Iiis ft
'li ; i t -I 1i 1. 4 1 l I i .. I .. i i ,r ti h ll s s ec l t .'. 1 i i s. it.tl'. ns s hi i


is .,,t lut i,,r I ii tt ,,l In ltli ..l as to m ak e it t hat. ji 'll ofl i p' n plul I 11iti"si' Ale tu u f "


.i i al i ,. i .-n .l ,.h ,.,l. Iihlm i .t a fa .ly thI'e ll'I hat' I l is. s- .tt Ca 1 i

i1 .lt t c"
avai ng himself of a discount under the Lu.ll i t 1il l t -ild h lt iu n part r
reslu1on-- I think, no such re striction y t ""e t* i-' and th1 r* t .1 *"**l uste, is o
,, ',[ ,. v h a 'r'. de "eiili. i ..iu l t i rf w lt i o \ fair,- a

A- tlu e .... h, 1thl, I cas ly mean to make i. n h a,- u'. dr. .r.ii." t., f .
1tp t,, d ti,,r -ul,-,.io ,,.'' t O a.h fm <,,,fidi-,it ill.i itst th e. b ,ui c
in a c.py tieI I; a d lt n 1t,0d |y ,.0 i u pilrl.,wl mu
aidI as. n I i .s of ccupierd at t le t ea citi teIs. ,ut, w ,ethera, the .1 oc1,,i;t..ll l, tl




I, ,,,_ p ..;e as I sh, uud w ish to ,I ,n h a ve mri e To t i, I t'i,, ,Jt e o l the i osttpe a
c I,, niaubr t nou i h e 1 ,a' occasionu o rait

li seasons LCan rt trl I s1 di-1 t l .' i a i ,hii,, +,hlti of a ni ut en
Sres l utt ion- ink n 1.. u p, rel ot in olpu i1on t P hir ecuniar interest,

A, lest I sin .ubtiorlofilte 18t hDecemhce n I oan t 1he akl e anW O I any ..lld il ,,i i.





t o i .] v i ,n s o f t h e ; e n i ) w i t t > w h o m n ,e ni..;] e i tae yt f u d ir h. l ,r ,k t
l i b e e n n ,ll >t as I c td b y f i u n a n fi t it ; ei o flt, i eiu C o ,n ti o v r ;
l, n _. a ej y Vom 'i ll l 1t w he0am ended,t11 h a 1in pil ,l- .ted ,l h. ,u-ir o-li rl h,% In
1 n f f i lle .o. ,l c. l e e i, .*, a I t. he ,rc e't,| ,, ,| t, t : ', ,, t l i e l eo






t .ke to tie m lril tul'.ttee fr e, .sai .nme r

.ilea ts n 1-, a n 1i \ \ ll 'l : l *,ll lyi]' tO 11 l. .th 1 1 -il ti ic I le. 1,lid 1 ii, ; .n o 1 0 ild Ii e r.

0[;4 ith 11n i_ n i tiil, inlh.. s h e is _is ni. o hl o pa 1 ..i to 1 Ihi r p e n ir it t r.at,
h e h ,, I -.i. on tui su bd ct-' hl l i the : h .l.,n!eirlrs, t II y i,.ialn tni-ee. tI
It l l .,.hi. ndn -ill is mny most ear- family ans..O : 11thei p t, .uel n irn-t ,i ti,.l tr
nt -. thevi.: r-,:i,so coui riho n n +Wi t-h wo t,iio e il ek m.lipr, ,env hnea- .t in,.i i n.in. ii
(.il r d m .ich thea t c;,I;ry t '.i- .... l idi -ii i t.pir ,i i. l f theh act p f l' i[e]-,)hor;. iitrh d
tiil (Ion.\'i .-uy, and extenaavel, useful by ct eating i in i ucp It mes.'i n


t) cnidusi t its bu teera:. il. .a .'.r t 1. i'
or ielUJ I) iliag .'illif ii i\., ,I. -.i I ."
Instri ..,lm-t in the l st.lr'.iri; i i":
C'l- ilhli iin 'lg ii -1', u ,lit. L-1 l n l a ,p ,, i, i- i
day. 'l his prirt of tlI ,, pr, i, r .i, ..,l i .,
II k. reelrestae er i r llr e i ite1 c cdtiionl
of lthe dir..':t! ",.
N '.utS ,l f n.,i n all i,- 1. Ink- is lli Ir ,ii .
t, 11 I .1,i t il. i ,e li i .! II i lo..I. i I I
colii its on the pall, t ,i i rlt I ll ;r- t I r -t t l- i.
merit: it wa., iidone 1i iin.* |i'io.nr i_ i I. e.-
Stailes Batk. flit- present iai k si hi- i'
c il l l. lnim e mn iil t.l p stthli insist liitr.'rr,.
F.inoilit ing It' ij [i- ir cenll. if i i ,i .- i l.
e n tIu ii c f; titit portlio h 1... jri. i., ti ..
tlisei ih i,,-i ni.. inii b tliwe re-.,-iii 5n i .1- ....
rel'fe r'.d I it h ix_ 't i l,, .i e,\ l i .... .
to til- e:tiat ,fi t,,i per cenlt. 111 i i.ii. iti-
dual sbl-,c 'p, iiii, "I li woul. -" -inl It 1
i 'e ifll\ miliin the ai ik,,riz-dl powers sfi
the bank, an I it i;'e ie-olutioni does not,
an I presume i.-- t 'Is, ], ie t., Ilte di. i a ,.ti.rk
hli di'r 1'.ho h,,i jeli,., p 1,l hi irln-l-ali' rif
I l'i a is i %ii % i i ii A t' i i .'e -


pi late it. ie tir lheli i- ntit o t, l i siis .
i lie c1li, 11 er, |11 i is i .-. r i ic .l.ileri l i \o
a il i i t lll d iL i. l.uA i .,iit l l ith tlihe
llio 'ld. Ipr.,(i ,-. 'I tromin lie) dh ._ ,i r pa.
tloiir ii.almnents: but thl: .jilt.;,,in then
rt-cu F il l -i pril i-i.,. ,',i .1 tlat h ti .
f-ilt l;- li ti i, i;., iJ, i tih .h ti k,! :.k ie r L n -
lii.I I-r itijured by the -,., i-u e th.li has
bepn adoj ted; a c i.h1I ', thin perhaps
mIore directly ,ppl)it To 'ti iti.t liF-ie
ets ii lte iri.t port and the iii,, i i. ..-,s on
thle other; bu.t for the reasons before
stated, I ',.,t, i,tsi., aodi believe, thalit the
interest of the lanki and the public will
alikr I- prnlnoted hiy the cou rse that has
1 .* in pUi .-l .i, from the u-Ii..t which it
,iil ),i',,l., il securing possession to
olii' I'.,,ik if' a part l its cappital, which
IT cuii'l Ii it odierwise so speedily have
ciii i .5i lull c!i i
I',-rii, i io', sir, 'F mit ., !,,.i..- this very
] ,it' Ir l i'l"I w Iiten Oil the spirOf tlie oc-
i-hisn I thtlllt )inepairatiin, 'ind with
,i.riu'ri :t ."i,.Je lniilnlte t rf to re ), or
(.'te lil l t iA -,1 iI-hii : iiI -; the ti iiik before
iiil, to solicit your tindulgenice for ,iII\'
I- flriitin i.: it may exhibit, and also to
itlohiv n e ti t i T.' iiv 4 full til lI_.it i,.
lhti it, l ii, .ut il irt-u lir- til' h-i l..aI itk
li-hih hi Is ..' ,- I r. tul I | ,r [i i,, .il: Itll vitgi
1iLce tlii is milliii'esteil tow'lral tl Ihe
li'v iatnill I.'.rive ,r st l. ifi-i.f.it i1.1 I'Co lli
ihilt' l'it i l, thei i ,., I 1 i, I

i h'.ht Ihe .f[i ti' ii ,i i r 'i1 t ,r|It .
i .'" I (' li t l i h n i I- .t' t r I ) l 11t: 11
,, I ii flo l l. l r )Ft 1 ,1 1 .11 .| 1 Ilf- 1-1,. I.A '

it last euleavimced ft t lerit that coiun


isiaiul LtegislFitutre; >itile l oun thich, ctt rip-
iled it!i elivirolled as the i nsit.i, ln i list
be in its outset, with dif-icultics ali-.iinl
'rom tue perplexett state IFf li. I'. rent
local currencies osf the United -., thei
ireciors have calculated onl afibridingi' to
hem i.? e-i-e-.t basis to sustain the blink
n tli.- due estiniation and confidence
f i" l i ii.., and to ensure to it that
Ie -' of usefulness,to which the inte.
i,-( nit the government, the tnagnitfude of
ts capiiial, and the iiiportant duties it
as to fulfill, so justly entitle it.
With sentilmentts ofgreat respect,
I have the Iliuimurto be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. A-\iES LLOYD.
'Q thte Hon. Mr'. Calthotln, hbairmanl of
thea Couiittee on the National Currency.



P.a in.. row (W. N. J.) Nov. SO0
l:, :, ,liy Accident.
On TuJesdaly, the 1, ii ii:,t. while Jothn
".ii.1.1.-1if i.-,-ilin, at Buekshootuin,
ili- .: .-ii, '1 w as ',.I- i ..,l i burning
iii. 2 btrush a d al i l- I a small piece )' ,
r.iiiiil -i lifted i.:a i i -ti. or 50 rods froui
i,, d'- lhiT.,, two of his childi-en, onie ,
I it iiftlait 5 years ofl age, the other at
', iu.'2 ',riis, attempted to go to their
il-. ; in llii- act -i wiliclh, tiae clothes of
C little .. 'l cauglit fiire and were nearly
II consumed, before any assistance i
sould be given. The child attempted to t
.rn- to the house, when she was met by
lun of the faliily,who by ilIusni1,ig helr
Ini antd pressing upon her clothes.
xtlii. ii. dhi, the fire; but the assistance
aine too late; she survived only about
liht hours.-She was burnt in a dreadful a
ainnerfrom the bottom of the chest, to
Ie top of the head. The ilun, i ..,(i ._- e
ed unhurt, ~ in i



iWw LONDor, Nov. 18
Dir}'(;,,,', .cinident.-Last Sunday
iht. iui E.it l a,!.Ilain, the 'll..l.. ;n, dis-
It.,ili,; accident occuredl-A Mr.
l'h' --,, l.svilng for sunome time been trou
l -i ,ti wihi'te cat about Ilis house, was.
n "u.tiidtl tC l'lii, out with his guni en-
es -Viiurin; to kill it. W while .i.illitiil i
ir the anlicial, stainlding in the I i, i l
Tekiel Fi., .Ii. w as u, i] ;i.i ,!i 'ilI..-i .iiil.
, in thIe .Itriet: Mr Iriles, naistaking
is tilll.- 'l' thu anim al '.l! ih.4 on the
:ier. lh'.-llId li i- .,1d1, fired,and Mrn Fox '
*ll .ail e'xpiredl ini ediately. lMr. lByrnes
i represented to be a gioodl and honest
;.,hisl..iar--il..-traversed tilhe desert of
ahl.ara wi'ith.C'.ip. Riley--Mrl Fox was a
rtllm;.gin ,iniig it.an, aged 2^ i


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c iv..-r s I if u s f.oit it l -' UI lin t
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l '|in ,e .,eii: i .:.r
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trhe hl noit .> e. be* ,a'--' I nfer
it .Pil s .. L th. t .-. l in '. 1. l s.




e ',toyel of ,th ,e ;'- '..i.' t i r ,. il nl
t .ov l'. e ,ae 'Jr i 3,,-_r .a \- ,il I_ 1.. l i.
ai as set e L.r, l :.. : i,, -
tr 'il irdt l tire L el --'l' i I .., F .
tcuvred" with C IetteX force ii ,.,,'ud i -i .


It is stated that toe omber 'I, ling-a
destroyed ,i l: r last aire at t'hey.icni.-
,. sbr, i a s ts enty i.i I... .-. 'I-


S ,il. I .11 H i'r I. ii. 19, in 'I j alt- i i
( t-,.,'I..,.ii% t .. le a'.,L h *. ^ 1, 1 r r.
cov.eir' wit. '., i, U .'. ILt': ,last l i tfi'te.


It is acrLa, in.edCth

dt e ', iye l 1 % lie. l', s e 't I .i

eno Illie r.o, Aintex e .t

S ,l.:- siaCu.tiii on tlie 1q Le i, d C rt a-




e Prov tiri : r If .. >.h iii Pt e tv
I 1 *0 N i 11 .. 1 P e i i ;1 i a
ture E l 1ieo% ..i.i. i ., :--i .n t MJ I-

pr ied uf the coniducto u ei.>., ir I'.. ,an
tuwat 'ds ges eral .' :..I, .. ...i.! thi. s: is
11ra doubt but :..l ,tar lhouaset will coicure
it the '-.,' ,, ,. "is l iA" I till

Latest froth I c.vsrle-C- t '. .,;." Fal -
ti, Ci'rani, we h.ive received P.nr i
p'ers to .ii: 19th (f October, ci.ht.uijIini
L ,ir ,1.1 ,t the I tl. Of shA e n1.i,.tl.
I1 1. Ii 81, tiless are all they con-
tiiin worth t C n-.d. i,,_..'

to t ; e ral F ... .x-1 T. 1 is
It doub. t : b o i ; h i e .- i..i c nc
in. t ,.l 1.i, 1 tr l, l .i I..1 i il ii|..,[, h .
i a a' st- i-' 11c .. tl ".\r .i [.-:l ',. ir-
rh u .i .n .ll.. .e ie. re ei. vl e ll. .a_
p s, u. lL [r ..i l 'ti 9 *o ri i 'o 'i l l.] i .i
I I" ,, ,,i I ,, 'tni .e 1 '0. or i IIth .
iV1 1 -_ ..i ,i, i, *a r i |is It '.)1 n -.
i,, iwl.rEl', I ,I I, It ts t l h.1e t. pay

b,. T' 'i1 n l ,.' ,t -, .k at i .e i t!

pri., ,, "n ,r h ,li' I 'n, il.'Il tll. \'e o" -
ed I ,, 1 ii :,: I,,r i .. .. ,f .ih tw o last
years. W e shall .iv hut '.,1 i[lli,.I-; it
is therefore a deduction of 15 i."illi .i.
that is It, ,, '.. il-. ld 's t ile :0 ,'1l, ,,l .r oI
tihe discount up.iL thLli..- I1.' 'nillioniS to
I.)e paid in stock. It is ascertained that
the Einperour Alexander, and the King&
of Prussia,will oi'the 19th aid 2,4th inst.
review their troops, who will then pro.
ceed to ti,,ir, d,. u.i,, ,.

Latest fromD 1.. :.--by the Dubli,
Packet, we have received Garrick's l.-r=
ning Post tofthie 16th Oct. It contains a
note presenrii.-; 1..\ ,"- .:-i minister
fIr foreign t Il ,.-, iP..... I '... ,., to the
Amercnau ambassaidour atMad ridd. -pe,:t
111^ thie occupation of Flor .,t b? I etneri_
tc oilta ;,.' ', ._ l ;n l H .1 I- t)f *,;:'l], -"il

Jacks0u, tr<,n tie hle set fn, .: ,,,n tie

bt' pleased to .ihn'orm y'iU 1,,, y u i, i ,n
tha ti'rtin thle nait, i; l,, ti,. ,ul ilh l .._
Hid really ih 1i, ii '.": .,-,!ir,. ., t!he c,,i .e
0f .the '.-'.,, 'r .1..... ob ,dh i'_ I ,,t a eenr the
two ptw ,-r .-, .uri ..11-1t i.i, u ii Inter-
.|]|| 1 I.I.I.r. ,,. k -n o.f'. t:H tl( r ,,,' .,rrn .
1 !. hlt .,I th,, l. l ttle i l 11. Il. .llk ,. .
I l,l' ..n l ,b :t I ;.,eln 't l J .. I.. *n i ll ] lh.:r -
;it "r 'i1 t., !, ]" o i:; ['.l .!:+'". l l; ,it
s '' n :. u. In I t'; ,t irl ,.. i "i '. il T- a *In i s\
,l I I1- i %t'P'T..,' ** .J i in l ,t 2'1\',' i .lers
t lacr ii th T r tiii I l,,. ,' ,,.,11. 4 as
i "v QI' ,'r.- ir-lJrI' th..; 1.1 1 ,1.1,1: and to
,iilt t '.in p r,,',i 'i,, e i ,n,' b '-hi ,.ii or,
t!h ,' .,t ilh ,,r ,.,1 -, r i n. ,l -.Il* i, -."
'1'he e.n1,'.., -n. tm l i [.id ii .'.... i,.n* r
of" laiu le),i'ir n), ,;roup-: o!' 'hie utp'f.',








Rhiioe, indicate a disposition on lihe part, powersyou will see are placed in the toratoni o'the property takrien, whichh be- and probity ..f that government, he may OnT. r Tun u;Io;.-
ol the soveieigns of lBaden and Bavtiia alphabetical order,) alter having, in cO- longed ae Qell to his Majesty, and in this cate continue the negotiations J',u object. Me-rs. Editors to the la'
to make war upon eachiuther. cert with tihe said l'lenimpotenttnary o rf Spanish atbjel. a~ se aliou stra'ri'ers wh, t ibe.un, i.thut applying to it. Majeesty .. ..P .oue". 'i
S- -- France, matuiely examined every thing Ied thert under the protection of his for new i lers to authorize him to con Iaclie i z- ie. to tie i
N V'. D. c 1. that cnii i havean in ,lenct- onsu. h nii. .Mnj.-t.' Kii rn enr., tiii te ien,. ..... .;.- Mri -BachL'" Gjz..;te. and /, to the n i-nti.
S. Cargo ofiheshlipAidr,.-. ia..,nn,.ap M1- portant decision, declared, thattheirru- It could Iltbe presumnel, without of -lit mailing to your F cetllcncv this tnent, to o hich it is the ctaplioin. Iril-cli-
or., t'Ifl. 1- I' c ;l L .isG e.'', 0m ,,rei ui adirii't the principal (fl it le en.e to thile iiri,, .it of the Ame.ican c.inmunicamini. I cannot omit so state to nainate praise, or unqualified censure, is
plhtc-, hcriscd-e. 71,77 Ia h an,, e evacu-ition ofthe Frenr h territior at the ,f-ernine-it. that tieie iould he %n% ie you .ni' pa inful it. li.as -e.ini to me, that t
l. s irn, :ors pr. I,h, i. bu .s. en l the th yeyro 'the occupain. -y in.gl safacti .ion to a frmindlvi this unexpected obstacle -should, occurith in ral crts.
eI ete noI., .177 o ant, tmi nlt., t II casks and and wisihiing t,'.-onsolidate their ies lu- pr;iter, and to all civiliz.,- nations thi ju,t at the tlie when I tattered KnvI ef If 1, sir, should assert that you were ti-
c-.es mrdz.. 10 u Is ld., ui c-.,,ks S3,ji,,i lion in a formal cnivenio.n, and to -eLure testnimonr of respect lor t,,ise .prirciploe with the hope of seeing the political re- tally %rong in either your" religious or
bi.)wn 7,79 Iots klitles, 1u bljx-,;. ines ,7 I ,ate l a,, time tIe dlinhiive, election on volch ,tie mnuteialce of m;,ci;al nadr lltin-, and the me st perfect h rmony i mlitical pin;on, you would nmtturall
ing mer, .c ...-N B grs a b o f the said tIetv N. ,omber ao 1815, ,Ilepead-. It ,s with prol'.ud l .cton between the two governments re-estabi- demand wh. Ill N ave no reason for the
P 4c e'rr oi. r-an- ol, owners, IV C. their -Majesti cs nampoe (here follow the latl his milhj, ,;tv Il-arutt 'lpon the subse lilhed upon sui .J ldad lrable lfundations.
C L.utlt, I J. in. .1 it Dash and Sons, In.t names of the Ministry,) who have agreed qlent I epmnl if hi i Minister uat \Wa.ina- I renew to (our ixsceHlency the assurance assertion, ieing without support it must
ter, W V ,,I ..n. ,',) .i .,,,;. ,. tsq'T upon the foli in atles:- in. tliat as te first excese, of Geniteral ul iV drtinsui',lied resr,,-ct, .andt pray to ineitably Fall to the ground. Clytus
)1,I J ,t, ,I'I. ,ii lid Jcr a'c Van Art. 1 The" t' ops composing the e Jarksion had not been disappruoed, he had Gd"l to preserve our Excellency many ;declares Mr. Wall'-lk ito he. a good actor
Abeel and i n 1 J ci rd J Jckso, Ariny occupation, wdall be wiihdal.i'n ri not heiItared to cimitinrie ins iacts of vio- years.
e s, o h ib, Ile drick, from the French territory by the Ith of len*, and ,leolated with fi e .mnl sword O EPH PIZARRO. I -but ,rgets tn inform us in what parti-
1t Vreeland,hDtirry,tJ hhinks,e U and ePtieyt... -
n. Noeiiber net, or sooner irpo.iiale. e' verv thinr ,pin ti'panish territory, Mndri.d Auig. 29, 1818. culais-Dues he conceive withljlgment,
We are happy t6 learn that the ship is fully A it.. lie stTrong place and I'ur- tithen he met. with a reiatance which a Tol", e Mnictr ot'the United States,- near and execute t itlh adi!ress?-in what is
e4,i. ned Ti'm'.1:r ,tg U u l-rstanidis principally ri.' i li 'i e s.iil troops nov (oc-'py sense of lion-ii.r presciibeld t me .lnil hr. a l l he super i ?- at rendered hii
ensured min L,,.,.I. .'e also informed that shall be surrendered to commissioners guari,,.ns wilich %%ere attacked .in the Darian
the sutip i m.m, m,, lr.e severj t ,m,1 l fIr that purpose hb lIis mnmt Ci i6- I iidt of peace by a numerous body of s ecellenti-Let it be understood that
pect of saving her cargo. The crew nd pasd '.'
LAetgers were all satfy, landed. tian Majesty, in the state in which they troops. In general the territoryof his ... am not passing dgnent on Mr. Wal-
were at the time of the occupation, con-, M aje'ty w as attacked in the most i:evolt- lack, nor do I feel included to as
LATEST FROM EUROPE. formably to the tinth article of the con- ling manner: the fortresses and depots of A.l-'- l fa-ck, nr o I i
The fast sailing ship Euphi-ates, De vention concluded in execution ofthe 5th i arms hive been taken by force; the garri- .ir..Baciih. in an editorial articlehnilone;
Cost, arrived below last evening in 34 article of the treaty of November 20, prison male prisoners, and then sset out that in some of his attitudes Mr. Wal-
days from Livvrpool, having been absent 1815. f. the province, hleie his Majesty had 'i lack's feet are five feet apart; for since
only 90 days. The editors of the Mer Art. S The sum destined to provide rinlrtl-,esl them to serve. Nay, ulijectis the time of Golial. or at least O'Bryaa
cantile Advertiser are indebted to Capt. for the pay, tifIe eqtipent, -liel tih cliitli- of1 p',,ver- in friendship with, his Majetyv rt a
Cahoone, of the Revenue Cutter, for a co- ine of the army of Occ,,pitiin. .lill lie ha'e been executed, upn Sp.riish girund, the Irish giant. no man has ever been
p- vl iti>- imidrn..,,.n a it.p.ijul papm [ puid, mi all ca-.les, till il 311th of NoIerim- nd tii-, act of pit,.aimitl cloaked with ju- -,le to s5raddle that width. It is not Mr.
ofthe 24th, and a Londu i.iap.r of thile bt- next, on the .a,, .- footing on which it ilicial fli is, which, in that situation and PHIL.DEL'HI Wall.ck. it is the principle I contend
-22d Oetober. has existed since the 1st of December, i in those circumstances. can onliy be con HIfor. I hate seen the entleman perform,
The intellim nce fr,, .\Aix I a Chapclle 1817. ilerer1 as a refiineit ,.-f cri'tlt. -It FPIDAV M,)RNING, r ,.nEi and-was highly gtied withnan per dyiorm,
is to the 17th, Oct. A comit hadai ivedi Art.4. .\ll thep from' Paiis with the ratificaliiin by the between Fran-e and tile Allied Pot'r's known to the o'ernrinent of Washing- On Tuesd.ry last tile fLilsie tng hntiur- scene, he exhibits the agonist of death
Freuch governmieiitof the tiety for thie having been regulated and settled, the ton; arid it.does not appear that orders men were announced in the house of re- with greater efl'ict than any performer
evacja.ni of thire French teiritoi y by I sm rn gaining to be paid by France to are given to put an end t., di-min, or give preenatites of the United States, as I ever incsed. ifU us intends to
the allied trips, by which all th". complete the execution of the 4th article to the Spanish governmenrt:the only sa- r t of the Uted tates, as er i I u intends to
troops wete to be withdrawn on tih' of tie treaty of November 1815, is de- tisfaction which the admit of, In this si- constituting the committee of inquiry give us a tritic.-,sm on the to., mi ih neg-
60th Nov. Tlhe emperor Alexander and finitivvely iled at :'6 millions of francs. tuntion his Miijtesty considers it to be due into the conduct qf the Bank of the U. elected business of tihe stage. I say o on.
tnie king i..f P,'u,.a ulie h:ial soine warm n Art 5. 01 fl.i- s~tri, the amount of 100 nt,. i uoii dJi;tirv, ,and that of the people Si.tdes, iz. NMes.sr Sp;encer, Lowndes, but let not the puhlick be pestered with
discussions on thel ;bjct af tlhe dispute millions of e lbctiae value shali be paid o tihom Ihe mpternw to order me, at the .lLa.e. Bran,, and T,,ilr. mere opinions uisuhtaniiated with
.betmeeii ia airiaai itd rile Itit.hy oft Ba- by an inscription ot rentes on the great, -m e tinie Iliat I ag-in .iust ol'einnly pro-
t r., itTl Meei perour Ihasdecla, el in favour' biToik of the puLblick ,lebt of France, bear- test i aga4nt all that has been done by On the same day in the senate) Mr. pro0if. 11 MIr. .allack's le2 incline to
of ; II. ,ii .Jukl. ..t hi.ui-, It is still inrginterest fronm the 22d of Sept. 1818. General JaLckon, frumrn ile today that lie FirF t l laid on the table a resolution, thel 0. P. and P. S. tell him so-If he
.41 ieil telt i lie allied sovereigns will The said inscriptions shall be ret' ied -t Ii.L' fit.,: oin tie territory ofl' Foi ila, to isle :';n-i thle cntn.itt,-e on finance tu lwea a g.t'.s bid him t.ke them o'f-but
not inr..le -e. in tl dispute between at thle rate of the funds on the ii Oct. .i1 lrt will her tt u ll will be quite i.,to the exdicy o pro. -itin for heaven's sake always tell us -h ot
Spain anal hlr ,c l.,nie,-. Lettersstate that 1S1. 'ple.,.J to inform your ,,i m.rtieit that yo7
the enipria.irr .Aeanrder ias caused a' .Art. 6. The remaining 165 millions I the king is of opinion, that from the na- the exlortdtin of gold,,ilter,andl copper prai ur censure.
note to be subitir ,t-l to the Congress ur- shall be pai.I I,y raine monthly instalments, linie ,.I ti'e oif ithe -.1sil injuries, and real- coins of the 1.T State,. R- a.
ginz the mI rino al ,I fliunap.itIe to a more' cniiiiei,, cisg titl thle I i th of January I h lol i lt. picet.-dinii-s, tlie course of the
hea:lth.vy p!ace than, rit. Henl ia: the en- linext, bv draih.tos on the houses of lhimie i,-:;..-ir'i.,t,, p-ndinln bet een ithe two 0lr. Spencir's reo I'ition.-. -On Monr- I T HE sION.
pre,s Mjaria L,.u-ia lia jrii.ed in the re and Co. aid Bain, nig. Blrthe-rs and Co. li pn>, r-. is anti must remain, iiiterrupted da. last the house of representative. of Reflections on the pecuniary dificulties
(lue-st. The Mut',:rr i Bi.irnaparte has ithe same imanrnr ii.,- ilnus. ption of the and broken off, till the governmentof the .
asked pui in. saii, s.I ihe sovereigns and of renters, mentioned in the above article, iUnited States has marked the conduct of the U. States went into a cotiideration now prevalent.
the t'rint.e R-geit to visit her son at St. shall be delivered to commissioners of General Jackson in a manner suitable to of Mr. Spencer's res-lutinm for an inquiry Messrs. Editors,
Helena, and. has been refused. the Courts of Austria, Great. Britain, its honiour, aind which, it seems, can be no into thie crmnduct of the Bank of the Uni.- Much has been said, and rolumes have
I 1"' te ships bt.longing'to the NortbiiPole
ships blgi ,t the ort Pr in..id Russia, by the royal treasu. other than to disapprove of the excesses ted States. Mr. M'Lane moved to amend beeh written, on the subject oBankine,since
ies d,li had at. in E ngland, t lhey have een er ot France, at thie epoch of .the com. 'coimtitted; to give orders to place t gsthe embarrassment and dffcuesthtave
i le. ,,.jiroc were ott the tway borea 0 alt ^ i plete and definitive evacuation of the on the same footing as they wereinbefore the resolution y tk out all except ar other mutipicon. Theater go-
jured bv ice'. French territory. the invasion; and to inflict an appropriate that part which directs an inquiry to be vernour of Peensylvania, i n whthe a of
7 Tee London Morning Chronicle, of Oct 22 Art. 7. At the same epoch, the comrn- punishment on the author of so many dis- made whether the provisions of the char- h i, -. administrationn, e o e or
says,. "We understand Mr Gallatin, ainibissa- mi.ssiolmers of the said Courts shall deli- .orders. te- have beenvirlatrd or not. This mo- w 5aummsttration, ba n"ot pero-rmed a mo'r.
dour of th U. Sates at Paris, left town yevte -et to- the royal treasurer of France, the [t is extremely disagreeable to his :. .e att n I. in H isoppo-irion to ,ebatcA:
d oi~ 'c...n' for Dover, on his return to the (,,ti g ,",-,ts,, ut vet .lis- Majtv ti be oin|,elled to this declara- tion was supported in debate by .Mr. ofbanks, chartered r11 dtsi icts throughout thee
S 'to the 'eult. no'te l s, syet, tra-pied .- s ic all emai tion hichis a re necessary conse-' M-Lane, anil Mr. Lowndes, and opposed .state.
I-c.. :ellen.: has bUen ec g-. g dui,- *l'.' th it h itnl- ii thise 15 ,,ilt.iii,.n [',a:e- qiience ot the ,,Tir'e of the affair, than by Mr. Spencer. The. atmendiment was Decvhed by a fe deigni speculators
.re." rue ..,,: mdel erel coiiliis in.l.ly to time e- i1in act of his royal will, whose wishes carried 85 to 6-n -Mr. .,hour mot d clift* iiiim.ed a nato.al bank. under thei
The folk ;- ig T i'. r.,ph ..;.pears in theL c,,i 't.LI.- f ite Clnveitiiii con iilii land eiilc t liars la e alayv il). d i -c- p c io If'ord r, rf
'mrpl ,. I ih n Ioutsesat -to Stm-ike-iout so Itluchi of the lsohntimintas
'crp..,l p, .. -i- .ii.i... i- houe. t fior the execution of the Intlh article 0 ll to mit aki an l-quiltab;le ar.a:;-imnen to strike ut nuc f the lesuton as o promo an corce
ra r r.i i i:n r -1 r '~tl tm c ir,o: "..- 'i of' Nov. 1815. 'im. said cor-. Ii thie mato "rs Es delicate l t-ti n ?mef te t. gives leave to the c,.munittee to sit in evchan.gs, .
ed a tuin ot u,i,.iu,0 I., ira,i It, tl.,: ki., of-' Oimlihliners shall .it the same time delivery governinents; gbvt l ii e while fimpartial Pilladelphia, which motion, after debate, di ,rib te, thro. gh te Iiei nt it
t.e I' o Sci;es otr he cesin o 1.r ,, i-.t i thl.- I -. i)tann ol 7 millions, of rent,., wuirl-l 'itll eqiiilly rc iis. in ltIe pre- wasdlostayes 34 ioes 115. The question e.. t a ,re c,, nn a pe'manens
or S,,r.,:ue. This piropositiimn has lt.-,i r .jr. cte i:l virtue of the 8th article of the ;sent star l0 thing's lhie- inpropii iety that i n a pe-manen
ted. I i wel known that the A. ., :, said cn eiton. m as iiine.il,,tiat..ns, which suppose was then taken upon the rsolutio as a a a.I s..At'LtI.I ol,,, 1 oin ,A t,,-,g tim govern.
rt-efrto ro stocy habl ssiU e Art. 8. The present convention shall a state of perfect political friendship, mended.and carried; The resolution as, '"i i" its hcsial operations. H .w far these
-irre-'rd h.'ir i.nlion ioil Porto errjo and -be ratirfed, and tlhe ratifications exchaig.rwrc tobe continued at a time when such adopted is as follows.- e 1 1 e bcrol tn n.,l m bune
on Mahon. In thie f-ir of injuring the comt- ed at Aix-la Chapelle, in thie course of 15 'great insults have heen olfTered without ,lved. That ait committee be ap- m ''c sl1 to L"he couni;y.it ,is n mi business,
merce of Leghorn, the grand duke of'Tuscany days, or sooner if possible, iu the faith of provocation. The occupation of the larger pointed isect the books and examine l o4. rh. pub.ck an judge
ihas refused them the Isle of EIlba, for which which the respective Plenipotentiaries and better part of Florida in 1810, by into th.: pr. edit- *f the Bank of the or e s ad .. ,.img tsken the
the offered 4,000 is so great, in have herewith sinel their names, and te United States, who deprived his Ma-United tes eport thereon, and to ng
consequence of religious intolerance, that se- affixed to it their seals and arms. jesty, during his captivity, of a country Ureport I the provisions of its char- im i mpro-rerconduct. will ,oorn be dteeloped,
veralof theinhlabitants are preparing to aban- Done at Aix-la-Chapelle, the 9th of of which he was in peaceable possession, ter have been violated or not; that the either by disolving the charter, or affording
don the country, and to emigrate to America. October in the year of Grace 1818. under pretences, which, if hiev had bee said com ittee he leae to meet in the a rm ..r often ,,tao, by an.
The Queen of Eigland. remained ex.- [lere follow the signatures of the minun- 'eiei n ell founded.ought never to have bcity of Philad,:phi, and remain there as knowledgmet of it hvng ben duct
tremely- ;ll,and appaeertly near her dissolu- isters] bet-mm ,,i|.rced h 15 timlCOre and the late city of Ptil"adsIphmia. and remain there as, kinmwledgmerin of its hlvmrg been c-inducted
treiel, island apparently near her di solu- ister ] L en i forced bt niolience; and the late long as may le .ece-s;iry; that they shall : uril h,,,iour ad ,rp-'up,'et). One or itme other
Thepope has granted permission t6 the In e have fund te above treaty con- impopr attack on Amelia Island, were have we to end r persons pa St e pbk
q.-sitiono .inuse~ orturein certain cases, formable to our will, in consequence of l-.., -.f the satie nature and tendency, per, t emply the retuite cleiks; ,u,- lon r e
Lrmirtn to.,, market. Oct. 19.-The first which we have confirmed and ratified equally unjut in their principle, and tile expense ofl which hlll be audited anti mucnger remain io a tale ow suspense.
quld of ac iieat went off heavy at a declineoft the same, as we do now confirm and equally priotested a .:Linni0t on the part of allowed by the coiriaittee of Accniints, To i*rti *Sh.*' -, now puasued b, the
Asrf, lasLor. I toui rices 1 S 2d ratify' it f)ir outr heirs andsuccessours. S-p.tiihbut as they were less offensive in and paid ut of the contingent fund of this b s gen era', to 'withhold ssitnce t-r,
c .Io.t, 0, -G.a wheat LHer.fullowl tle signatures of the So- their kind, and under the circumstances l se.l te commerci. a.in trdi' g pr of rhe c-
; request, w,,t lt a,l.rat;on min prccs. Am. vereigns. with the specifications of the li Majes-ty belie'el .itn the same titne he -" e lnunit,, i a d t tme r, o he es
flower per bl. 4'., io 47-q -..r .-it a -9,. dillerent veais of their several reigns.] g've pretO- uof his iudiid-ration, that he -- aloteir own whendstress s con
Britl. S k,, r.i,: c22-Tnree perc..ntCtn- Ai.-.l-Chjpt.lle Oct. 17, 1818. might ait or sasfaction on these points The Baltimore Federal Gazette of ress s c i-
sC5"l77 r,-, I, l..' .,c.c-t 77 :5 --'t tihe d'finieive arrtangements of the everyy Iir tcttin, and It/, cts .i.em..^ i
L pot.i ,, "-:mon Sea is- S in and the U st'-tes pointsii t dispute, which it was expected Tuesday says, that the most itmiporttant, ofthi, distress must notably all upon thse
.-d, I ,siI .0 -i';,I,..n it'a. w 1, -; New .tt Gq Oct. 1 ould so. take place.The saame is not point to be decided in the-case of the U-; institutions,;hat,a, .e ,,, pr d.a..,lt' an
-0.eans, Is .. I, I.1 a-n,+., 5 i- .-13 .. .. ..AABURGH,Oct. 1. .
i.i, i' Ih Ilit n e,' i r ,lu m liei a ,icni- WVe have received the following docu- the case in the present.' instance. The united St:ite ;aaimst Taylor is now.under! this too when the ,-:o.ntrr. m-.on;ng under tle
s.der.ilc ..rrm.. i to Lo.n aln.: .i. entirely ment, the importance of which renders it! A' ericains ht.e no claim, either founded discussion. The testimony on the part: disadvantages of on ,. ,','.i;: /" .wpirtuions, in
urnIaecout ofthertrade. The decline which ... ...rt ofthebeote'orunfu nded totheterrtorvwhichGen co seqee ce of' n "m itur.l ,te of rae
as taken place latterly, does nol however ap. wty tf p ilick attentions the ten of the prosecution being closed, the coun-. seq nce of e of
pa yr by th Spn Jackson has attacked-no t-eal or pretemn- g I rowing out of the .t-t 'r. is c in alod
pear likely-to be regained, the holders g ,ener- Note lately presented by the Spanish .. i A ded evolution sel for the accused offered in evidence afo- he ag cu sI d o ee r irne, is d a l
,,L!% b,,ic %,..r %;,il;n, .... ato, but-,.rs at the Minister for Foreign Aflairs, to tile Am ded revolutio ot.the tnoaitl tits ceu g ott government of Bu foi -relief. .
eI ,-et--,h.,b i..- Pots, 54 a 55s; has.sadour Plenipotenitiary of the Iited serve a ptextno press attack commission from the government of Bue- sienncn-ourpa ,;al to.var, part -
Pca -IIs 5 --.-.,, ,..1, ..,.i in much States of America, and which contains by roIbers, which was alleged as a rea- nos Ayres to Thomas Taylor as a corn- ci,t- .is mi ,n in-ir ,al,, on0in i.a c
reji ik t ? 1- fr s the protest aainsl the occupation of a son re uijust sz Anela modore i tIhe service if the United l .. thsmal... ee ,n t: distib hn
I hi Its 9 i -', lA. 4' 48; Rice, iPt ot~etet ofFloda. foi'tresses of San Marcos and Petsacola, Provinces, and moved the court to10 in- o, .o i"ue:, ,,r ,,m :,.,s, I wl not descend no
b d 41 ,I ..." f w and corn "Sir- In thle lep: ?m nt confided to when they were a.tt:cle,-;l and, to coo- struct thei jury that this cominimission was p u,,,-t ,r p- .,t,,,.m .,i in-e Cm ,,ati.n tn tie
at p.ec,, Sli duo. a,, I i 6 a T17s, steady me, disagreeable accounts continue to be plete the ie -.trt otf iult's, that has bIeen a justification of the captures proved.on present time, that nightt be p,.odctv of ,i-
ia.-,p- -ap, ., I. i>3 a n "..,, ie: .ied con'ernii ,ng te t.iare a d cir- taken my u mlnce. w i, In Mprity .ot l pat of tne prosecution. General jury to the puibick l-ii, hi the '-'ide ir-c'***'
,en ,ir ki.il i lI .'. '. ,l, W. 3 inI F. ullered in tle p "1 tll n goe tiatons to .ro,.-d.- i ot per-iotism, I call pton mid enree the nl-
i, i... 2. 8doie stile oceedings of the Atmedw cede to the statess inh an" inourable. Vindetr was proceetin in an argument nager of the bning istitmtio in tu.as c,
bte e.n1 ,18Jr,, and K.,:irci...6 rican tGineral Jackson, und the troops manner, so that it seems to have been in support o the motion. seriously to neflec tt up, ..rr m..t n!r...
I i, m,,r,,al-di-a and suspended, except under his comnand, in the territory of preferred to seize it by violence, rather -- edsituation of trade, and nm,, ,i .r ,,d'mnli irvn
lit Ii. ..I-iake a few hhds those provinces which belong to his than to acquire tt from the generous i cd o 1 r un, pp su'rs into a state of diflicultvde.
It is believed the ports .will be shut to thi .... p .o n c to wh .. [fiiendship of the ktng. These extra r 'h- We yesterday oices ome arbaous "' .
u ,Iit m ,t,, t andoe fl at,, tm Mjsy at ttim e a tsaiestye lnes les ethe tacts to whi en r 1 .. e. 1peraticn, or oankruptey, bv forcing' them o
.. i m.n e at -e ep v. -. .Ic itlo .. ,fy.ur Exc.ellec nary ci cuit.rncts5 hive induced his Ma- Latin which appeared a few days since in. re "lC t y i Ot
in my Notes y of the titi July, and of thei-sy r to tiseressiutionth. iis i n-e the National Intelligencer--lf Mr. Bache eers, to afon-d tice such facilities and :,,.m,
Fret r th Evacuatiomn of Fahce. f th and 11th o f this month, I have no character nl cnie egoiationsll will look again at the msotto prefixed to as expediency and sound policy, at this iine
I,, iI,. i, ne. uf the Holy and Invisible which, it appears, lollou-wed tlhe huotiliti,,' an ahisir hn-, ret-i settled and terminated an article enrileJ The Play ouse : c,t The eon.t, Lio di- i '- m' i i.gl,,if
T, inlt. c "i ctimmitted bby theas General against time in a suitable manner, which takes the in the Franklin Gazette of yesterday made still ti.'t-., mrn,, and w;il, bre.h, ir I
Thi.r ?Lajestiec lhe Empirour ofAus fortress of Pen'racola,andin consequence pr-.ed,-nce of all toler pmint, in dispute morning, he will find it capable of emen- ask: Tatt!, ,. lt~cn...... .... t ...
tria, the King of rosfiaand the Empe- of which the t ,-epaniih ranii has been baetweee the two tove, nments,anidwhicnt w.o.- ..nr-ticulars though the banks, to it,_ca abollo,,..1..l.r .e-t,. t. r, c.rrnu.
rt..r ', all tme Iusi.s.,havin,.; ep ir.dtI- cn'e'eml' to the hl-ana. In toy pr,. fm-om its importance, is calculated essen. d'"t it- p nity t haru .. '
-Ai,.r ,..ah:pell,,and u i.er ah.jestiesr. th. cedini) Nntes .. d ..., honour to i rnfr tially to chine, in their whole extent, quotation consists of only. six words. cultions, ,. h,
Kinig of I rumrae and Nava re, atnd the your -. m ellency,i that rotuthstanlii the political relatioi. between the two. .t. ness, ari. tmtu th.,yr oha t, peretienriwe.
Kig. Ifthie kii-dom ut Gleat Blitaiti and the pairticular cl:tira.cter of violence which countries. The irmotto to the 'Play uise.ifthe Niothing but 1..-,, .... :. c,.i.:,':;,.,.n:.
*ireihl, hal iip. sent tliither their Ptlct.- seemeil tn,.,, i thie a,:timins an.l opera- At tihe s.ome time, to give a proof of Framklin Gazette, has been altered in meets oe e o di,-a trnig li\,m Hlnu
potentiauie, thie Miinitrv of the live tion, of Get. .I.tclk-.n, -ioice lii list en the peacea-le tnd m,,derate semnttmen.ts F,.a kinG f ias i atreir ig n m ts hee nq.u r'-r ,.irh,' i ,
Courts ihaitg-a-sembleld in couereace, trance inr,. Flotlha-His Maj,.sty, al. which characterizedl the conduct of tlhe two lia icuat sfo 'w'.at it "igll' 3 bg leave .o nquie ..- ," .t, -.
anl t[e Fiei-h Pleni ,itentitiirv h having though willing to ci.nsiler these pruoceed- p.ini.li ,i ,,s t .r.t'le t n.usrtii.m uaiir. p,.,y r was; but still it contaitis two errours. l -- ...C .. it can nake .r iu i. .ii.. a'
nma dc knm..,i that in coihi-.c ienit. of the ins as thea :'.e irtry ah e of tle a;tid Ge- Execlircy, that Iis M.i.j'ty lii, in Had the uthir chosen to prefix to his nsh discounts to the nn-remy .i1i .st.S.ci


si.,e ..l'Fr'in .:eand the fr.i;tihful esc,. ur u i.n ; ner.l,v-ai cmii in, ,.., thh tt hie g.vein m e ti cli-rging re to cmiainonuii ;te to his min t t n ,n ;' latin motto, he re l ifc",[. h.i t. ..,
....... cl arguing ne Ut!ot,,,, 1i, ;Ie t his ain, -a" "" 'ie me'ei-ha nt c0n g'ood paper, w by ,h. 'r-. ,,:,-
u-'the rOaly o November 20, 18;5, his'of the Unit.-d States would no lont,-r- sister at .Washington the declared rup- r titled o such relief, comfr-1 him to resort to va,.
mr-st Cliisrtli Majesty was desirous that .l .i (c. ,lis.ini(e iheus as srn as tiley lure of n,'.r.oia nti. si i.e comniand- would certainly hIve been en titled i brokers, or auctioneerr, who either empi the
the military occupatimi, stipulated by cam.' to it:n knrwl.-IIe, aris that'prbpe'r ed the' to inform hlial, that if the go- consult his own fancy as to the mode of lying deposit in c ank, or obtS dis.
the ti:th article of the -.1. treaty, should, (rd,=tin., i .S h i nineJtdiatel be given, oiit ,i'rmn,ti-nt ,,l the LTnitedl States had given expression; but as be ascribes thi- to' Via- counts, for th purpose of grinding' he "fort"-
cease as soon as possible, the Ministry' only lf.r lie Cevat'ttion of the territory or should gi*e'the0only satisfaction which- G, h should permit Virgil to speak or nate trader whose nOte 'thrown out,;c;tis
of the'Courts of Aitria, Great Britain, invaded, but also for the reparation, of the circumstance admits of, and which im s I rds i the sitto speak for atio of the times preo-nIits i'i ttl
P-russia, and Russia, (the names of the the damage occasioned, and for the res. his Majesty may expect from the justice himself, in his own w t itatio of the ties







S-eeping what is termed "aa food ncrouint
bank!" What dljrLieni.e can it make to tl
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b,,gg.,bi.,,j ,vh -ther the r,,,'. -- t' e ro..,t'. .2
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/'l t,,./u. a h m lllt.t. '..t ." t l ve. L ... .1-t. t
obnou, to ..v ;\. -lih ll 'i'., rli ct.iS I li t i
th at f..llf and ig.-'ra,,.:... '.oir-i il in ,Al i
hand, w!thl nie'stcuii :,n..i r-,:.l \ [,I-
im il.,i t.-, ill-At nr p,'rs .nt 'r ii'i.- I ., .iMf
tirnes aro 'c fior'r, ijat ii .,n.i a 1 ., i, i .' ai
fiJence between hlie rearr .1. I.n,1'. liii"
ITni, i bhe dimrni.alit., ot -., .' ," .0*,.t
wlttlO' c', llrl .i ii.. 'ii -i c c t ii. l V. I 'l,..:i
b.a nces -th.rl It.. crel'in g i.p.r-liironl i an .11
alarm, in. the p'.ii.Ii.:; i.iii., tlit c a .
W .'.uld iut l. t L: l e.,l i
The pr,.:..r.t .vi.m .f banking cannot lon
o,,inui ilu.. 7.." t a terrible exploioit. taonog" th
Strading pru t of society. Ti.e- b li.,cc: of't A J
has been so much against this t('jri-i v, -ilnc
the c.',,c i .os i io h.i i. .i S.. r, that nitny.in
c-.nvniilieni.es Iu .. .icoiJ isi., to ireet thie 1i, .
denr.nds oi 'g;ini ,r from l ',';n cowin c..
Spartlicili.rll inl ..]pli i tion tu lthc Iriadi : av car.
on dei..m. tM.' Cuqi oj Go.'d I '/f.'.. hlter, rce'i
procity cannot tjc expected, the precious me
tils being almost icCli.'icly employed to pro
cue tile cmoininl,..'. of those countries, mos
of which are c,1il,[ superfluous s and x1 .x:s
gani. I am, ih .:r- '. e, o "jrP;i rii. 11, thl P. ,. .i
BIBITION OF THE E'.uii1 kl.i.iOr ; t rk'.'E-
so far as may be consistent with the constiiu
tion of the UtiT'e.] -l. iit.z, is essentially necco
sanry, and ought to corinand the early atueii
ti.n of congress. A measure of this kind
p,*.-.,,,;p,.'(e,,..,-w ., no. Il. ,io Irult. restore con
d n.:e, in .; t! :, '. '. ,m *iil give them
Uil- abil1itr to i:stcri.J :.h.. a. :.,mlilod'itions
% it.*ili hix rdin,; a 0 4.1l -'i o. c.ii tj eiseu' I
9.'..'te I t:/'!. t Tli : i siii',s ,1 i l, p ,.sI, ; t.hi
interests of the ec.'iiii I, al, I IIe pe 'il, ii',iiii .
timn of t'.iale, ren-ils, u J ii ii, oticr d.ls itlg 3
att %t.li n, I ''c ,i-' .':.. i'v'e A> '.<':* 'f ie I..,.'.oI
"at tloiLI ici' tl cruis SiuLUt .

.ic.'-.! i;.-On TJei..li morninfr ab-..ut il
pf ,t ..'.li i.'i k, 1 m.ni ..i. .rrcd Lv ,i .. r
wl i. e -ii j.;. 1 r ,i tie Hbudii .h
lendl,_l .., b 'a. ':F.p,' Io a Custom.House, slip
pa.l f-i..m ii. ...,: '.r h ,..t c r, ed w\ithl frioos
a,. J II T.. lthe tt.jiis -- .,'. .lice of aboui 3.5
fc.:., H i's iTiir.-la.. i- ..c ito a neigho
b.,i, ',hl. i1., tT :rJ .ne.C-hI l C ,J :s ni for. Three
(1i' i.s 1b. i,.n b.. i r,, .abid he was otherwisit
Scoi,;i.Jer.oibly i..jiJ. d" Centinel.


An arlic!c uiid'.or date of liatulTurghi,
October 16th, s ., 'that the 4th of Sept.
1817, .1 trn-at ot .if ..iinitrce't' a, ciciilo .lu.I id
bhet,,-cn S?.ac% a awil North .\Aineri ica.
i\nich i-a toi t. r te a iti d in lli'lit l iiioIli.S;
bui the Lii eriin.enl ofl the latter co',J
try s, f,,tieIl throi, i its an l a-d ,,Ji lur at
t.,ckholin,thiat It couhil not rally the Sd,
41, iand t6th arl'icle- nlI lie I'reaty, by
whicll tlhei r-stiticilrs i a'is- d l- '..d till
file i4tidh t Jiily thi- tCal, o.i which day
II (tok place ,on tiOe pa -t ,f S.lv.en, ithl
ihe umilsionl rli thee ai i.icle-. Tire e hi.ole
treaty is published. (,'il thi r coiiiiihcice-
oenit of11i ha 'een iLnse i tlhl ie Ilani -
.uilgh palper.-)."

Baii.riqt Law.-\eo aiegla d to per
ioeive that all our comineircial p ill ,.
vel Vi v i ere, urnite in till i' t nildeirlur, 't
'4: tllre succe-. to this illljiji t.it rnat.iinal
la%%. hern it ii [ ic :eiited thII tho.,os.
who agi ee in sLarLelv al\ one il1.' .t,
agree in ll hii it mav be iccetiedI a_- an
Urieqmithcal evidence, that it would b,.
highly acceptable tol '-rejt majority ot
flie peojile.-.,\. '. L'. E.1't

It is sfaled in the Savannah Republhi.
can.tliat the totall lo.s at tile e it br--. in
that 'itv is eitiniared at upa rda, .il one
ftundreId thousand do.ilars.

Colonel T'ru.MBsLL. inaiarriled in Bos-
ton v iiih his paiiin ng otthe ., ,'i_.. of
Declaration of [Independence, vhi ih will
brexhibited in Faneuil Hall.

The Legislaiture of UTpper Canada.
then they a~'-ee upon a bill, direct their
speaker .Lto employ legal counsel to frame
it.'" If other Legi'latures would copy
front the example. it vuild render un-
nee'ols-eP the nuin'erous acts we -see for
*arnending and e plairiinig either at,..

From !',e .1'f;.- )'ol., Etent in" Fvst..
,. uid/. liu:.'tttt.--... few *i'vu' since a
genlenian hatinig; a ilraflt for a t-en th.1[0i-
.annd dollars >.in one ,,t ourBaiks. preient-
ed it and dlema.ided specie. No sooner
said thnr d..ne-ja iiumber' of baa, courn-
Taining one tliimiondl dollars each. in sit-
"ienny pieces and t:n and twei, ) n.i.t
piece., and other small change, which
would take at leas a week to count, were
turned out.-Thl'h e'ntleiman untied two
or th,'ee of the baa. aiJ findid; them all
filled with this kind of precious metal,
thrust his handii into each bahg, billed.1l.,
jacket arid pa.intial.o.ns pocket. anJ tT[n t
turning round t tho Ih. :.a.cier oi the bank.
informed limn that he di nlot i' ant ant
more specie at thl. tClne mtlitn what he
had taken I'luiii the bJ",' :il,[ olei'-ed hlinm
to clitt iht .it a. lelt aind place it to iisa
ci edit, and th,:n I. 't the Bank

'Extract .il' .1 letir i'.,m .. re'pcct.bl.e gentle.
main,. J iTL
**'Cilii.ico nl., Nuv l"th, 181i.
We are in a dreadful situation in this


State in the money % ay-Ten of uur b.sr
Banks. have stopt Sli.ce pa. merits iithil
'he lait 'en d.l v, and no doubt the rest
will follow their exaiiiple. This I in
consequence of the ltliaciies of the UL. .
Bank demanding lao'-.e surnr in specie.
Our Branch forwartled tu Philadelphia
' ,ei d.ay SIl '. i.itu irU ;e it ,


0, E 'trart''ora litter frrim a r.c I-Itr;/ iling,. ;
h Sc..tl,.,I,,
Tia cnmintry iT, iill in a iriiser-'bl
st It el r nali ,ug ;i tradl i ..,*r r-In .Ilhe
bt: ler, }et llmiiiil el are still ,it ,,I u k
'- an' tihe ilandIl I "p ;,:et.. i .-i,.,ii :il .'ii
:A tage of ili.. e ,iil .i'. ',r J, rieiluce tihe
.'" piice.of libottr as much as, p -.-.ile In
I this tirh,\ i. I. e o ...11 iin io.d.-:d.l. an
. from tihe I..I!.a. :i cu t r;,i--.t I,.t1 1 '.en tli
, price of 'ul.-iut :n I lh.w i i( i -- f .,ati 'al
i, you ill ,:;.il* Coll-:',-- e lto v l,.illy til
, pe> pi,,i a r u
,' A la ">ii i t ;i, o'- Ir.ijo oinro o illini
to olne saldiil ai Id ,liice L ,ciie ,
' dli\. -
S ildtir.al i roin .!-, 5 hillin.- arid lci h
pence, Io i0 iillihi '.' II. pi. e ..
1 irisidi v,,1u ill ihe ',e' liiie_ to im
, ;. ine r i... .1 I.... I t man clan lmalge, to
- ke.p liiiii,.elfand family alive fritm thii
1 pitnarice. I .h.ill el.l.i'u the ,inwer
i Owinig.ti the failure ,if th', ci, p in I 1<15
great quantities of pl.ilt.jt -, t .i t iulti-
l.jtiod ii<,t year. -_
S The ptatoe crop general\ siccerlei!
well and were dafel secured; Iio this
- was not the ca. ntiiiil tile cropsol gram,
e most of %i hichl auHlretld i 1111 lthe frost set.
r 'rinv. in belie they' cSinme ',, liaturinl
. i3d ', n,,t b,.in for' the p .ta,-n.., nuin
* bers in this tiliintrv nih v liavi pi-rilhed
d for real want.-.A rholui.ii (Oatneil lhe
- I.ighl, -i |I, it.aeis are selliw; at eiglt or
i. 'in i 'olllin' thle ban le si that tlit
. f',lie' :ire .upplieI with that food oin
t reasonable terms Many families have
. n..iinii lit potatoes tire times a day
and oateal is as great a rarity as loaf
bread was 30 years ago."

J' N- Yong, Dec. 1.
Front .hui;;a.,-Me-;r-.. Tucker &
" Laurie hliave ei.n cl t. lcter' by the schr.
, Two Bliihers, arrived at Plil,idrlplhiia
- 6 i', oi .\ ni ..,.darte: Sd 02(),:0 1 i(:h men .
i tions, the arrival there of Ili.' Brttish lbri;
Recompense capt. Gained. Iri,, Neti
Yok, in 23 days. 2She iiiL fironi this
i -1, .th Sehit. ai-. ,.I l.:r passagee out
t I' ll n i illi .1 iiufnheriif i .ho. aiid o ( pret'
S iiili-'e. '.n11, i tn lie io illi .ild f B'i niu-
t d.. (,ik up a l.a r. nirkld on the outside
, %' l ,.i .. u r l ] ,M id." non Uthe ininle
m\ l 1j, ,n_.'s. ', dlasilt % ere will
the boat.

S Fir ..-About. 8 o'clock this morning, a
fire broke out in the china store in 1Wash-
ington street, between Vesey and Murray
streets, which soon communicated itself
across the way, and no alarm being given
to the city by ringing lthe '.lls. i"or any
engines arriving at the spot very soun, the
conflagation spread fast, altho'verycalm,
and before it could be mastered, consu-
nied 5 or 6 stores and dwelling houses.

NEW YoKK, Nov. SO.
Melancholy lrcident.-We~ are infor-
med that on Friday last a boat with six
men was sent from hiivniptt.jd Beach to
go to the wreck of the ship Samuel, for
the purpose of saving the ship's papers,
but before ilthe could reach her. the surf
broke over tlhe. boat and capsi,./-d her,
w th the whole ?i ew tr re dr'...'rncl.
Four of the men belonged to the Samuel.',
crew, the other two were fishermen,
named George Johnston and William
WV ililut, Daily Jdvt.

NMount Rose, .N'uv. 2 ,.--.' a meeting
of the Directors of Silver Lake Bank,
R.'hrt H. Rose, Esq. having tendered
hiisT'esiguation of the office ot P'resident,
I'herefore, Rvsrles'd. thiatl he tc iifornmel
of the regret of the Dir-ect.', .at his re-
s-iiti.tioli. a'l that i!.i, pirti. ular thanris
be presented to hlin. tl.r I.; U, .e and
attention t e i v- t rt r i i,-i'<.iik since
it, nr, i',.i '.;ion. [T i.e ii _i-t.,is lien
appointed 1,.,in H. \ ei ,,. h-,. ['resi-
,j I,,t o thcl s.;1J 'Il. lir tl[Ie ensuinig
year.

ALDANY(N '.) Nov. 20.
Ea-l m'r.] ii/.'. ,_' i;-..W- .-On W'ed -
nesda l It i v. I.,l .iii it% dl wi lhih city,
from trhe falls of St. ,,II.l'i \i3. P a-
rio du Chein and M.,,iLi i.. 1i, i-hp Pe-
ters, in the 83d year of his age, well
known as the write, of it furine, hii'torv
of Connecticut,and claimant, under Car
ver, of a tract of land, 190 miles square,
around ihe. falls of St. \nthony. This
aged, though ei.-i pi-ingiZ prelate, came
from his residence at the falls. to Macki
naw, by water, with the exception of'
thr-e iles poirt-tag His route was down
the Mis,.i1.ippi :;,)0 miles to Prarie du
Chein, the mo-t northern Americaj pnst
Upon that river, theiince up \Vlite river,
in his bar, t.oi i 'in three miles ol'a boa-
tlible stre>m.reii r.'npt u I n; mtl ,ke Michiian,
.aru > ,',ihi lis boat. was tak,'n by a wa-.
gon kept a.t tie iporl.age for thiat purrpS.e,
:ind then tiiroiulh tie lakes too HuifLI,'e--
W e un .lei.tand that tue IslhoiI, is o'i :i
jaunt of ple.i-ure and bIinliice'.-, andl th it
ie intends ere [o g to return iiin der to
spend tie remainder of his days in his
new settlement upon the waters of the
Mississippi .
There is nothing very singular in the
mere circumstance of an old man of 80,
removing to a new farm. This is
sometimes done from necessity, and of-
ten prompted by parental aHri-c.i.i,: for
.there are few things more consoling to
age, than the prospect ofa family rising
to wealth and re _pet talijili ', y), haliitl If
industry andl ecorioiv. in a new counrrIV
-But we helideve thi'. ca'. is unijor,:ceder;-
ted, of a man seventh five ye.ni ohll,
adt enluroiu,-I peoietrating a ,il-Ilrnesa
neatlh i [i sila'leS ,ho ,nd lihe reiilotlt-et
settlement to 't,-ui a new colony, in
order to niwlhiiiy thile ciitorts of its old


age and to provide fr his |iilierii,. The
tbshup we believe, commenced his set,
tlenent about seven years ago, and dur
ing the whole period of the u ar managed
tu maintainn a friendly ilnlerr'Jrse .;itii
Ili-Il dian nei,;,,b 1fdmr. 'N,' dlw. in t ki ti,
what numberof advetnturers wcnt u ith i


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i;m, nor the present pnpul.atio ar pros-
pects of the new colony.

I' u1tn.'n.
Itappear.S I'mf i .'.1, flihat the an
denrt IEn, prin., m rll, ti.posliion hhlich
they il lo're'.l r ti lit *-,.ite'- of their
irunrv. pwd :a -in,.id:ir .iiJd ilelic it c. in..
plimenitlol ii fi tar e Ii lthl- I.ulr.ele
nieiit:.,b ie',;',* hi]"( Inh ..i'tvr, tlhef a ', P-.
J l tlie uc ati, .j *a rT lisyh' tilsleiliti
l_\i w.tt e. t. tlU ihe dl al e .. but 't 'r,' l <,
I'niniailr lhi Y 'let ,, rhlie .no,'e i entle fe-
in. lde. O .\s tol> ri lrt h.. Ily nlde'Ii r t f r irln
".l ii'- nIldlp, but nral'l leinm l,'. ri rlthf-\ dli le i- lthui ft le
ihjacullie ,enrlei roui,I i Miis and ,Iir-A
r;caitei of ee 'ry kind; to the femli ile. Il -.
Vky iand the z.ij-phl r. F e. 4l,'ii:n ,.f a
cvri ll' nr; n, I'111J tl ,.-y ,i. le al, ; but
:i'nifli;ial arnil i.irmnlev ll.JIlr '4 Flhey con
,ic,,I- i to tihe ff-.niiioe cd.i Noit -,l the
ROirri.n. : I l he madie a inot awkward,
andlii, sinme i lilaicc, peculiarly ridicu-
looi', di eveu the p I,'I.s oif IliM c,-l.-br'iltell ntiir,
seem to have been little dl -iled lto .tlio
any species of gallantry to.a sex..an a.t-
tachment to which, p ulb.thl cr'au Lld the
ribe and existence of til'eir, a..

In \VW st Grio,,nialid, the women are
i l.jecteil to carry heavy load-.c'ee fioA,1
their o uni r ear.a: their dIre.s- i t.liell)
.kiaia. nd they perforin the .lies ol,
luIclit.r, cook. imonier; 'mal Io: ;all i clothi,
lhoes, )lnot',. hWild andi repair their hou-
;em and rel its, ail lir a; retnii'I-, ine ma-
sonry; the men only dt,.;r ilie carp,-r ter's
work.

In Sweden, the women follow the
plough, row tn the water, serve the brick.
layers, and do all the cinmmn drudgeries
of husbandry.
The women in Poland have a watchful
eye over their I,,ij..-lii-i aiiid.' in the dis-
tri't tof ,.n.ni>,itia rali uli lI mniike them
weir lit le bell, hellre .,n l tfehhl d .,. give
noljce \hil-re thi, T'ire. AriIJ tiILt they are
about.

He whose honest ...J.ri m .l:e'i it t;h, r.
tue to ,I.ak l"*hat h._ ih,1 6 in, i.. L i. in.. ne.-
cessity t., ilitnilt what is g-,ol.

HAI'PINESS -I,,:.i; .l..0-.. like a pacific
neighbour, is x. l.'g ,i, el,.ei into an alliance
a' ,,<'I ,t''li ,'ri.,c b,, n- stand, as it were, on

tni-e ) t l; lI'-) .nl o ( 1 l I r.1 b'll i,% I'.',h l
ties.

EPIGR.a31.
By one decisive argument,
Giles galn'd his lovely Kate's consent,
To fix the bridal day:


i'lirentilie 3 c.,s rosin 10 1 W4l, %V3rn oh1

.VX.ocnor "-5nop Ann. S Al:,ih
I lii.] m'n.(CLA 2 hi.,]' h..ii b-it J bb-,Iew~:

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T HI: P.eident -ind iin n..gera of IllI Sin.
quch iu,-I ., \ :a ;,..'.,i rh l f' aTi .ki i, id
h '-'le .'iard se.iJ d. mendi ii or eci,
lare r-f stoc'cl; '-,I.:!, .; 1 i 1 ep ,A p t. i hr a oict
linitle,' or hli-ir lo, 'tp.1 i IP n .,iit. %.a li' l i Il-
.,lh l ist ,i h. [ tli 1 sI4 1,: I, thI llL ... .,.l lgh
ol C.lIum .mI dU.-a g olic, Ii.. ii..

Dec 4-th3tcps3t I'T.c


(: P..q'jrojvjNE LE I .WfZ
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o..J -i.nih "*'.;, 1 ,..,
iS .l inf .U : .,
L 1I.SPIt'.C'I'FULI-S ionfrrv, ,. ; t', :i'- '-'.I
l 1t [oIl., .. thathe hae l s cr.,r ...l I, .
siness h ti.ii.i... 1,.* l 1 mI-. k.-. 5ti'ete ,t..l m,.,.
s1, south Frunt -'sl.o-', to N.. ,3, .-, t. I Ii-i
street, where b-e solicits the c i(l- .,I ,1- -i l, itl-
and. a.sh, e i.- -i l ,,- li k p .ir I h..: ln,
',iii l gi.t.o :I.,I .1 .,. ir, ri 0f.'l H l i~-,.-i he
'.,hii for s Inn ., lI ,._Jl' i. : t".r iti l.. O.I htu oil, .
.:'.T pr',rc: \\l hiolesalede i 1 1'. .I' i -;.l i,.
.. ill ,,1.i li.A tk ", 1 ;.goods i sf-r'e ti,:s, op, ,it...i
elseWlere,
N. B.- Ladilc and fancy batspu.t up by the
box at the bshorest notice.
tJune 5-ifftutf

MUt LES, \ .A.G S, .
AT PUBLIC SALE.
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-,...- .- ~._,_.. _' ... l-- --s
1'II.L be sold. on TUESDAY,'. i ne '1 int
at lTAUNITONlF'UINACI. ,-, Ii. 'l,-..

New Je 'rse, about tfi riles t.-.. I'.-il,.1 i .' ..
all the stock of saii oriiks, c...-,.,il ..I il,...ii
28 Moles, in excellent or 6 NWorkinug andi Riding Horses,
8 r9 Wagons anid L.iLit'es,
A Sulkey widt tlop. aid
A g'ooId light WVtagn,
lar Iron,
Cows and In oa,
Ftirnasce. 'Tols, w',h
Sundry Houis'ehiold (Goods, n..,1.1...-, Chairs,
'T'ables, Ec.
Terms of sale will be made known at the
time of sale, it which will commiene precisely at
10 o'clock in thll morminog.


Why in such'baste, dear Giles, to wed' T 1011 Hll.S Pill'J.i ,
I shall not change my mind, she said; And
But, then, says he, I MAY. Anth. S Earl.
_______ ___-- __._ .Dec 2-ufmst
C(Oilnitleiciul ig'h.tt r. N C

Abstract of Merchiantese enteredat the, ('stom ALT. persons having" .i....i .q v ,i;'. the
ho,0', 'eincI'5e ur last. 1. estate of SaMUltL tl. i.Ul IU I.:l decea-
t ,i *rz,i,, --i.. Fair A l,.' -,'.n,yoi sed, are 1 (...-. i' | .i -, i litiin,. and all
I'las1.6 i .i1 u n '.II Master inilebted '1, ,i I e'-I.,ie t 1.e b) c.-lleJ. 'iuii
Grio,1n.i.,'i I'" J PThtUrston Po AilAnd tIo make ilnii,.do iiT, p.o i., ,'
D I T iri | N tlolckp',sio P...rllii,l Ii. Picii-it.
HD r;i 6 s chr i Lydia N... Mi ih n- 1 i a nt, t
ermn, 3 puncheons, sugar 2 bbls a hd n \din .;i-,., No. 5, Wanut at.
Chlaxion Dec- .
St.Jiulrews-Brig Colle'tnr, Titc Plaster 2 .0 oins Wain aindi Morris
BoIton--Schr Slome, Gibthbs jr.
Grindstones 19 halt tons Channcry & Barns Ti. is daiy is pu)biishid,
iops 14 bales Grants & stores BY A. A I 'M 1 I[ LL
Codfil 200 boxes, herring 63 bbls 100 keg,
smoked heraings 500 boxes, salmon 200 kegs Buokseller, NI. 112, Chestnut st.
oil 36 casks, mackerel 48 bbis. beef 20 bbls. A- DISCOUl'Se
glassware 7 boxes, straw bononets 3 boxes On the caneiion bet een Cmi 0 story and.31edi-
C Price & VW P King cnin een C istry and ei
.Aewburyport-Schr Lydia, Brovwn cine; with ire:'re ice to opinions now' pre'al.ent
Boots I box .1M..od Wvman in the e'leicul schoolJ ojhi/adelphia. 8vo,.--
Mackerel 271 bbis. 41.halfbbls. rum 50.bbis. Prlicc 50 ce' S.
oil 3 bbls. potatoes 630 bushels By THOMAS COOPER, Esq. M D.
C llh,.v '. Co Dec 2-wfii t .t
Suf. .- -':1,r Polly and N ,.,c I .in, n Tu renters ad Brick.L y-
shiiigl-. ;.,i',., coopers timber ., tji rii .l p r u l S i a
tle 6 bhis M ,..
F.,. h Landing-Schr Two Brothers, Cct II, 1PS".
Staves 17000 flaxseed Master WANTE) to purchase, 4 or 5 Prick
P-iit ., .d--Siuj.II Atl.a, Prince. a __ Houses, for which one half in cash will
I lip 4IJ bales Grants & Stotne n be paid lnd the residtce in property
N E rurt 22 lilids 28 bbls Lewis Haven & Co iJ-, in lthe country.-Also, a large Coun
Oil 11 bbis a$ Waln try Seat near the city, will be ta::.,, ,-. ti,,-
N E rum 12lihds28 bbls'Millar & Van Bueren same terms. Money procured on .i, ., igi:,
Bo.i.,n-Schr Wm Penti, Poster. Notes Discounted, and all kinds of :. .1 ,.-i..:.
Mc.katic 116 bbl. 22 halfb.l .. boughL aild-sold. Ap.i .t
Candj Barclay l 1. 1. IIn1"'1,1 :,
5.,ap and c'idleJ "Ii boxes Grants & Stone
Mdze 1 b.'~c. 4 ti nks M,.-.i 1 : Wyman Nov 30-4t No. 21, Church alley.
Do, 2 boxes '1 l\ 'Dyott & Co
Books 1 box .1 P KIenedy S William Alliboune. lim..
N V rum 20 hhds 56 bbls E1L. & owell No 83 SOUTH SECOND STIET,
Bounets 2 boxes C P Tile NOMS his fids and he public, t
Sugar loafpaper 50 bundles htd.l,. & Co Ne has opeehis finds and for the Ppublick,h,
N E rum 15 lihds Austin & Hadaway lle hlan opeledal l Oice for the Purchae
Shoes 2 boxes Pield & F-orbs iand Sale of' Real Etate, and attends to .%,..,
Suh ri 3 b,.xes 13baugs .1 B Swett ey Business generally. Also will draw I_... i,
U.,k I Ibl..i B XWarncr 'i', ig ,g.:.*h l-i-r.l., Wills, orany other descrip
M11 .ck r 5l62 lbls 45 half obi Ih Master i.0, 1...f' \ it'.To., with accuracy and dias
.Ve. B., I ord-Sluop Caroline Baker. patch. nov 30 eo6t
N1'_rcni ol .},iJ ..k i C h'IIcioa.' .,
\i ,.d.o.i.,-tr. ,i, ni I, u-a ,. JAMES bARl)ETTE,
Slpermri ci....ll1 s 40 boxes I T lotch
'i.ri. ;lA u cases, cramberys 4 bbis, books D entist
I b i I bra ,el, apples 10 bbls G Taylor tht
NJewport li1- Schr Elizibeth, ".ifihiir,, E. SPECTPULLY informs te public, that
Ilarle o",, lj isi'hel' i Master li he has removed from his lasts residence in
.\"'.r.r's-a*1..a,p R ictel Ih Betsey, Nichiol. Walnut street, to the northwest corner of
Shlii,,.-ls '2, i', Master Chestnut and Ninth streets, in the house some
,i..;,',ti,--Br'!, A.lii4..-,r, Brooks, time since occupied by Mr. Claudius, where
- 1M ilo,.',) 60 logs, EHr.niletLio 1a tons, hides he will be happy tu attend tu those who honour
2.', itb.,ccu 2 bales O.llin e C;l,r, t.h with their confidence.
'. Boston-Schr Regulator, Norton. Oct 28-ifwfin6w
Shoes 4'boxes 1 bbl I Oliver
Bonnets 3 boxes c p Tite The Subscriber offers for Sale.
Shoes 20 boxes, maze 2 bales 9 casks A a. R o.t,
....... M,.,od-y EWymas sAT 0raO',MET OF
Books 3 boxes 1bdle WetEr A AB EAT 0SS 0R1 T OF
Hides 485 i ., J Howut'l CAB 1 UR E,
Tacks 15 boxes mdze6pkgs Field U F.ihl AT RADUCED PasCES.
HIde-s 186 J Singer THOSE that will i.l, itoi fu,iiil their Hou
Slioc, 7 boxes Dtiinell Lyma ,u& Cu ses, ill find they can, be supplied-on reason.
BoLks 3 boxes 1 bdle nmdzu 5 bales ble terms.
M Ciarey t Son Otto ,amei
Md-C .'22 boxes 14 bags Order i Otto Itl"e.
Do .i b.a:es I trunk 1 bdle A M-Ch'iland .0'o. 546, south Fr'ont-stfl'et.
Sugar 250 bags 1 aS Stille Deceamber 8 t'
Mdze I case C MarshallU "
Do box P A Grotson AMEERICC \N
Lamberton-Sloop Paeifck, Ashmore. -
Mdze rcoiiunry piduce 4. pkgs A'W Butcher AX E I RON .
Lamle.'-lO'%o hrolt M'Keeon. f tons lAM IcAN ,t t)N fi sale
Md.eL 0out1n pot.t 24 Uk's i Goodwin fewtnsA AN l r sale
F,.ci.re .i (, i te 1 d e3 by
St Ue.-IBri g Newbemn.- thing. "C. Prit' & <':i l,,
S.lt 190 m n,' :. s i. \VWa!ker No. 41 ,ock street,
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Flit- I ile itirsi a formrstinf ill he wouicd, nod cover it with
: lt poece -f!i;:l!e,.
TAKE N O1'ICre cch GenlvisusePflaler i.s giged by the,
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Feb i-%,


Spiinia" Physick.
Dr. D'ot's Anti-iutf.':. Fis,
Which prevent and cure Bilious Complaints
Malignant Fevers, &c. &c.
THE miunl erLI.s know cures ci .. ii iEr.c T- i
huis iihaucrtd thelinve, tor. at tles -I .. ., i.. i ,,.I
respeCt;l)! it" c i/ s wol-10 h livc t ill t ,, :, ,., ,l I..- I ...
cial aii samiutary elctss to M ite' hroi public for thc
good or :'nuiklltt in general.
lt'timel a(ditniniilfit d they will surely counteract the'
.,1 l ...- i .. .lu .i vor hea BilisS
' .-' .ii..' 'i ... t. o i d t IG
noti, L1 ol Ai tite, FL ituIlccy. hepillepsiv 'it.u, ( i
lohos iri d Hyfcriad c'i r tConhii, ntsh ii.digctitlo CI t,'i
rta t Cufivei.lfs. Colds a\d Coi'igh,. Alhmio S t-auigua.ry
GrI avi, iheiiii;ti l :toI'd Gouta.
Also, an etlcciial cu e Cins the scurvy, surfeit,scorbutioe
S .. ,.. i .- .,.: ... a inipurities ini the
ci'filtitit.oi,1l ailmen it r ai ifinv ri.r. .1i5 E i i .-
por-rice.
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J)irections Jss *usC the Pi,73e t
For a pu' ge, froii chraie l .x i .ie t e saken at bed
Ci,,1tr er, r' he I on n- ti orisi i ovhich i.ay Ie-idoiieas often
S I I ,. I wa
lidthsis operation.
Children unle; one Near old may take from half to a
wlole pili; tlioie of i 0 ) esurs, tii 01it1 routo ape arid hKf



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Joro "'I H UNIbH
fi1Tha,, Iiviilx I 1H an1i.

S Almgl.y G,.I1' blie thy thronme,
S. W ith ,;i it c %.%icart E \i bo'.,
A. ur.i- .a. r'min r', haidl lonre,
Our pr' .. .ing flow

WVe th.iank thlee, Li id, v. .ith hearts sincere,
And uii.r forth tli, praise,
S' t P itnty cr. i r h. iiig year,
And every toil rep2~.

W eblr.si rhee, '.1 ii tt;,. :'1 bo I ., i. mir
Ha s rien tim it-, deep;
That F..dm .,:rn .1. ,rn.b our shore,
SA.d las up,.- iL.: .1: .

Be plea-d, 0 C.1. with health and peace,.
T l.:. 'l s : :, l '.- .,
And let thy mercies still increase,
TOW r :..r- e.-.' land.

And when ie d.golden bowl is broke,
And loosed life', brittle. thrc .1,
When earthly pleasures .p1.1 1o m iToi e,
And ever. coinfiiu's fled;

Then, Heavenly I'eli.cr, irai.t .Asli pri .-r.
(For these, an. I f..r m --'.If)
Oh, waft us' r i li ..r!dJ lof care, -
And keep us to tli sel'l!
;BS TriNN DARD.

FOR 'TimUEI) Iojl '.
Hyla n, .*. '

Wi.itten fn I '.eie .,in .. i r" ha<' '_. f I
JVewi L ,.,'.TI,. S.:. *." f ,t" P '* e. ", .
-: \V II I A P/. 'i.
Oa THfou, that : ignis, i w11' ;,jful bway
'Dread l cip I E' Lt I Ki'd l,
To thEie, lei all un I I I I .. I .I '. !
Tu th e. --c Jl hI... r li, .r tT ,.- b:-
W il'l, thoI G rF..A P ., r.'.'p ",fi t. i roui.
i Ot'vicwl. goi d l, n to ii cai3 ; '
VWhile r., I'rni; r ,;'e '.- Thee alone,
W e bow witr, .\i C. a .. l, f...II -.
To tc Tii is DA Y in, sti..ins of love,'
I'jj' tiyn n-' f ,,, efi ,'... *.'j' ri .-.
Would niiitgle w ili I. harps aboi',
And sa. el tlue (. Ir,u.'- ..( -e -ki ,i
WVc ripraitb he, th.,t [ ',. t1" ti'l ufi.l-t,
W itb sm filing Pt I.NT y _l%- s iiir.rleai .e,
Tb'i tho Ir'. s.Ell ..I J l A' i U ..L I J.,
Tu.at I'.f r. orM' sli,..r-a rep'.opse hi PE aCe-
W, e l-,l.ss llh .. th ,t 2 5 -.io Ult'. ,l;'e,
H-.tai spr.rad ilen 01, ;t t. .'u"..a''U! .ii d,
bhat streams of LItiHr from li.a:i .n -lit;,
Ilinm ib.: cactit '- rerniT ., r: LIC.."I.J'
Vtil, Iic 1 ithi oy, the, k Isdrcd a1d,),
lUfite ,fin5,1, i;p' "..: I t ie;
'h smile up,.n '- ....'t" and, ,
\ilt ch.,.ice ,t bl sing from on high!
Suill. Loai -ma. r'l s-e .ur lips employ ,
6tlSl '.1. .'... ll i. :h -,'iral song;
Till Seraph'i catch t Ie notes of joy,
Aiid en.rl .ivith Heaven, the strains pro-
long- '

UIIDDERiLY RILAND,










S 1ell r d Brass Founders
S AND .' -
HOUSE BELL HANGERS
o 13.4,
South Fifth Street, PliildIelphli:i.
S E.LLL rof e..ery description can be had at
the shortest notice, :
NB Ordei.s ftirn am ay pait i thecontinent
attenided to. SL.p 29-d.'u,:p:a.' lv

EAi~ 5 BAPEERl,
erFERa roR SALE
At the D1onie-.tik W warehouse,
.V% 2'8, JMarket street, "hetwe, n 7th and 8th
+ str 'ti ",'e,
A geric.l .-sArr it ,f American Goods
viz. Cotto. y~. Stripes,
led I ,.: l:,r Plaids,
S .. S ,igs, Checks,
.Shirtings, Dinims,
C hainl., iy Cotton Balls,
S ii ise i- II o t' h.- be 'ii .i l' .l
And ill be suld l'.. l',r ca : I .'r ajr p,,.' l .i i
S- dit. m
Also, Machine and hanid cards.
ruirchlerIr ai. iw.ited to call and examine
their goods.
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NE W PIJI;LI .L'T OVN;.;

.\ P..\CTI.tL SYNOPSIS OF
Cu tanleou-l I .e;i i-S.
CCOrDLING t.i lte arrangeinentof Dr. Wil-
e.. I, eld.ibt.,g .. concise view of the diog-
nno,,s'k s. mptonli.,, and the method of treat-
s-nl h t. 14 T',c Ba.eman, MI, D, &c.

S O iMER VATIONS.'
ON THE
Ditinguislhing S nmpnis of the Three
Different Sjipecies of
Pulmonary Con-Ulniption.
'.By Ad.,m Dunrican, jui, M. D. r. .-s.
A 'OMPLFTE aYST'.FIOF
F~'A~I RY.
AND VET'ERINAI\V NIDICINE.
.- C,-a rta. ,;,.": i Cunp.-p t.,,,i iii. \'lie. n i, y
SAr' ,,r ,n a.,ci.it dL eiC1 .i.n .i ,lie Lic -. .

sn s rn; i ,' 1' !.) ",', '. t i'e ) I, t ,r.J ilh.- [.;,n-
of .:- n.1 .. .. i. e i,',.I i's''' a e 'l'. c '.-l li
on -;tble n 'i-..c ,r,. Ir. t..,? .11 I uX. r ntie.
1 .b .'. ,,: t; ..,
[TAT viTrr.NsARY susoGEON.
? tf SS a le ,b y ; -
.... S "otter ,Co.
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Yardleyville MUills. Fiftv Dollars Reward.
Will be positively sOld, at publitk sale, A.N "A'AY finm the sub,criLer, li-i.g1 I
S-ne.,r FunlCs-rown, V.slhinigton coninly,
ON MONDAY, %lfarm l., c.. tl,, i.,. gt. of the 1 a'1, N.,'v a
The ith of Beceamer next, on the premi-'s, ,,in.ii, la.. n.uiicil Htslh. uiap.....ed ., be C
M ALL those valuable Mills, general- abo"t 5 Ic. 4 1 Ji a m'.hhe-r, lil. .Icinder Iin .d-.
~Ip -1' ly ki,.,v'n by Ilteaab se na -,con-ist-' shlap lice i n, i~-:., I1iPi.- Itel., sttraht I.ii, ,
e in .f. a Mel ciait Mill a! h a G.ii' ple', h.it c,:0',en,;'. ,-, an.] sn.i es wihci, i p k en I
Mill, swit three run of sLones, two of t.o" Itd on ,' en Ihe ent a i, i,n old v.o.l I
hiicll si ( best French buris, and c-,lichled hart..a gas cloth coat about ball 'orn. p..ant-
f.:,T Ia :-.,ii ph ir: a S'.-w Mill capable 'if culttlg loans of the i am clth but cns,J-ctably .tch.
.', U. el in -4 holoi -, toAgetler with e M n.i I e .
siv-r, Houie, and two other tenements, a coop- ThePi above reward will be given, if taken up
r'al..p, a goo B. in,l ido01thernece:sary out of the l.-,te, rnd ec,,n-d n i ,, o inl I
b, i 11. -,-. etli t o g ,d Osclards, and abo t get !-,n ag,.n. ori- an '- il .rs it u.ke. up in
hl0rt ."i I'ri of .oiod Land. 11d.e sutte and se.uiredl iIn j d as .b .ei, s ,th
Thi; pl-pl-tI ,3 s itia .:d on the r' ier Dela: readsable esxp,-, S
.-..r, in I;,iit, Coiniv., ton nmilee -,b.e the C lriit i.l tlufOfe.
tide. 1Ihe Mills ar: ...ipplhel by .a iariely ol Dec I-3t
'Mri 1ii i ig w,'l,,n tliree n.les of the place,
tii..i ,,,,-.i a :,-.vJy irihirH i-l taer. -,. i' go. .Paitc llf Sli' -B uti-i ]
,e-r n 2, ..im, i -n d ri.L. 'e L ie 'tit b ..-- i i ii e t Ul 1 1 U i
p.ic.e- .-; ,f -iiin lian citouniy; the whlIe in i ( 'lm ,, ,
cr,. 1p,-'r. I g-iner-'ll I .v.-
E :.- y. I[ ,i n in i'i t e ormi lt i lll .it lie
S l i d a it ll ri er- t it,r h I imp, G ,vern. u.i- in e il.,
Oi)n tli- preinises, or of U OI.,. Shi.e ,, & s trh n ils, \, li,'li secure I,.
W lll. tI A tee, i;m the t.ecisi, e light- of m.r,,ir '.0.iiiu'g l i,.
,tai ti:,r f u f iri.ntni r e-irifrom tiC 0l. ,ihd d. oiI
Nou 162, u,_-ili Tenth I "Ili,.iJeilphii i'e, A 1 I '. se .hl i m l i i il,
,' ,I, d ,o in a, 2 o'cluck iP I. when J'Ie A, ,I p.o. t:,renf, w l't ih ,
cN ,.,,-.i ,. ,11 c rain.- kno5nt. ttar,n the benefit ,-,I ive rencival upon illierJ l
N,', i--.,lp)wiC'cp\i55 s .terms-itcly ,-irplcatior, be inaler fa., th. e
S* l' Im..
S O( O 'll 'i t11 1. ,V.I.II This iTrprovemient Iha'- at length made its 0
T I!ll: .h- r .: r r.e-.lirifihtll inir,.rni the 'v ilIrou,lh all the opposiii.,n it lin'i met will.,
-.Hi.'luri, il i, h In nth : ii that laige and not.vilis..ii..ig lie prc.ji ie -i1s 'i ose unil..
t i-:.i, m.i. i,,i; ..i bli.h r.cnt i, bch,1 r-d ii, n rid.ictM,'. woi.uhil ,ilre t their in.
ST E t A N "terest. Shoemakers who have made a trial,
A E N IL h-,.e four, d, rnd ih.e 'I.I., will mak. ti,,al
A';. i .\',i lt i rd ," li,"d h, mati', .,dJvai.i s th nme r'i.'l s.-
(II. t-n r know, a-. I'.,n,.:.rn'.s Tavern) "curesto 'thealb,. I cx'.iple- lthe it--uAl w,rl'k o
W i,. ii he fl. 6ei's ii.-nmclfb', his ...ie; .iei three m et., o,,n:, ri,,.-c p r ...1 co.n.mroni ei., -i
.i-.i .io1 'ni., ii. n.r.I .t :t c, ..i inu.i uaL- of la. per d ay; \. l ..re S, ,n the 1niii .3i ....l vi tlri .e
i p.. i..in:ige which hb.s I'ere-olfre betii so- I.'.,.- men, with hlie nr;,iltn.: of a boy to close the
.illi t h..'-t,ed ii|,on lth it wll Lnown house.- upper liathi r-:,, c i r i. .ki ("'. V 12 to 15 pair
II. be l.. iii obs..rne, thI t. is I- ed. nr .i- per id'y. TI le ri'PI.AIC. a, had .1u1) p r of
(., i.l .,it renn, irel> n,:-w,anl which good hli.es ',uch -a, re could warrant, made
Su ihl.& l.,quoer, e e, sill be o tthe tirst i one tee-k by one man. His jour,,. i.-n i
l.i liiY rid ,- ilshi; I icn.ris a d tie |I, .Ib I I'c v. e'eekli fr'm ..ne-tli .l mn. e- to ii..-e
Hliir r.iuriing .,n hii, part Ii s ll be a .'iioIg turia. s rni.,:li as h ti.. could ca.-.. on i ..1 '
re.:nd.d.r his la.iue iin every respect coir~larta. work. To one. of thm he has pud w,,i:kl~, h
ble,. I 1 -. :e I-.II' i ., Ih.:r ion i. 2. ,t..- l
Gem -r-e Petl ieL-. The *.ivan isir lt..hI.re iU. the i-.i.-ne..-.i
C.G e,, le.aC('.k.; ,as well as employer, is of ,un,,,e,. i.1
N. B. Attached to the house are extensive portance. In the first place t,..ec-.uri.lhs
Stabling, and every mc.-.r.-r.,J, iori therewith of the h. b-a.ir i- s'i,:,l.i n eI .-.-.d
CiliIl ..Il.. P' .. ,1'.' ,., 1-v I 31 J. place 011one-..If il,. l it t ,.. I- : V..I, 1.. ,1 ,
Nov 1I -cp-lt a fact, rnow gei et'll;ti dn |.i id, ihi.,i o. lir

r i 9e0 [*. l ,d > i ir l" ** i I,, -, I.*n. l I, thel "
1)0 heC Sol(l, usualn.mani,.r, ial in i i. ih, i lt',', ihre i.- :i '
.At Private S le, 'I it long eithabl.Iled -i ng ili l ,': at .('ie r.tc ..i-.,n p. ,ne l .c ..,, a
0-4 i ot'1 i... -. li-, are not only more .'.i.,l
SA Y, rea.ir Jd, but mu,h closer, more solid, a.,l con-
V E-1 9 sequently tore ,ire, pi oi.f 'hhi., --wed work.
SIGN OF THE B I.AI.K IIOl", now kept by I t.. c,n it ;r, i .! p ,,.i ,, .I;... at r.-.-,.
RIat.r ti Duii... I.rir..:rly Iuiiim. by ihe name have fobr i n..nn, i, ime i n u t.ii .ti..lI 1i tin e k
of I utt'l- raern,, to great advantag-e. and it- introduction gene-.
Sit-iale on the West Chester road, rally inlr, ..r -, l..:. r- ,i.. would be found to
t e ni.-. from Philadelphia--with tLe a Ipi.l,. .... -i.,, ....1 labour, and greatly
-i 3 acres ,.fland, in a tolerable stateof I add to the profits derived from their work,
alliat, on. The improvements are, parti..,lirl 'is very little instruction is requi-
S L .a i ry nlie iling I..use, kiichcni, red li) .it iblc a C'rnii,'ela d.' li.b.r.in-, to italke
barn, and .'id pump of w. a good and solid shoe upon this principle"
ter. The situation is airy and commanding The same causes must operate i. i. ..,oIl .,
-as a stand for business is n ii:,si-.d by but introduction upon the estate ..I uii. i-.. i
few on t0,e t;nad----an! its phI)i.iint ti o the southern planets a matter of inr'- ,i -.'inc.. ,,
city renders "t piciull;-.. 1 valuable. The sub. would require the labour of buit ont slave to
scriber deems it unnecessary to enter into a supply 0 p.)l, ;. i ls. i;ri rilb ue- of .1I tal.'rll.-i. (
detail, as those inclined to purchase ill s i i .. quality, *'i 11 a r;. niu re duri. ble. tli could libe
the premises- Possession will be given on the made by several it the ordinary sewed me-
first of April next. thod. '
Fr f'.n li.:r p ii'Eicilar hi-i in;e of i,. subi.- These are well ascertained facts, proved by
actiibci r:.icii neoar tih: |iren,C ,- actual experience. The patentee therefore
JiTi 'oS Pyott. hopes, that an imlirove..ment fi..iuglii with such
"o 17 >ttf~lps t I iipor" iit piblce: itlit.. 1 1 ,,..t oilxh en-
nov 17-tuf2tepw2t g t-agc ti_- :,tt'.t-nn, L,.i -ecmn,.e the encourage-
ment of every friend to the growing manufac
iROB 'ROY M "01Ti S tures '"'f is country.
Y : f :i mk :,s toI 1 ma rk,, that' the
.-7"~ "" country shue'ni:k. r in,.,'y der.e great profli
1) Ogtan. 'and andadvantage from this irmpri,,i n..ni, e lie
--AS in ',:..' 11 win publish willhout de- c ", i"p'' his custom ers ti -' l. '. ..f'.
f 1.v'", "Historical Memnoirs of Rob Roy, and tole lie Ie 1 s ,IS h ,, '.li 11 -I 1.1 1,,t p1 lp-i.,l
in"lni oaigfirtn,,Iii, t',priui, tuih: Id -,ic to the- i'iI6%aftiur,
hre Clan. Macgregor. including original notices s in-.ih s of hi ,:iilten iL
uf Lady Grange &c." By F. Macleay, MA. 1. 1,. n or
In one volume, 12mo. ticlils.
Dec 3-i Lm2t me 1 o.Those who may be desirous of purchasing
Dec pr';l; ies, either for stat s, counties, borough
as orshop ligi'T.. may, by addressing the sub-
j.,, ive. to Ily C, IedfiiO'. scriber, post paid, obtain any information as to
r TIHE honourable Maryland Kent County terms, which will in every case be moderate,
-. Court has appointed the 20th day ofMarch and particular instructions will be given to A
1819, as a time for hearing me and my credi- purchasers, to enable them to make them pro.
tors, at the Courthouse in Cheste.ttown. perly, together with a supply of suitable lasts, J
ROBERT B. P'dEN N[NG'TON. nails, &c. if required.
Georgetown X Roads, Nov. 15th, 1818. The states of Ma'-i.chi-ets3, Connecticut,
Nov 19-cps3tg Rhode Island and New Hiripilrlue, are already
-:~ disposed of. Application Ibo eC\r% other c. ,
tion of the Urne.,l St:esit, wSil be promptly at.
iR YET FIRtE O110SE. tended to. P
HE Subscribers, having invented a new Johln Bedford.
modeof c...nsructingC i riu,,smar.nu'curet- (0 The E.itors ofthe New.Y-Yrik k ce.,ag
of Leather,b)b c.nncing li seams wnill rivets Post, and Baltimore Telegraph, are requested
and burrs instead ofsewing, and having brought to publish the ahlr.e advertisement in their
itherl, Enion to great perfection, have ob- daily and country papee
r ined I te., patent from the United States Philadelphia, Aug 28-fmepw6m
.ir the nianufactui e of HOSE, upon their i- Philadelphia A 8--mpm
proved pi Ii, ,,,Il now' offer their services to i
the Fire-men of the United States for the ma- T l l'c DolllPts Re i :tl'd
nufacture of that article. I N Monday, the 16th inst. a man. came to
In this city, where about 20,000 foet of Hose Ile sli- of the ,ohI,., -ibu.r, i the C.ic--
a*i, eml,-l. ,d by Ihe .liff reit, ti,'e companies, ter .>iid Moonn .n-i,.-r m Ituicl, And l,,Ic, a I l .1 k
Id V E I -i)HOSF. li,. niow superiseNed every other ha). M..re, i Itch (t.i. iihe oniside
ktnd. 'Tle seam is infallible, and will sustain I |I.dl i iat a little white round iic
any pressure to which the leather is come. ,,,f, carries her tail low, 1.. .
tentt, ewhle the frequent failure of sewed hose, .a ratherr high, and when ver
renders it not to be depended upon, and the l, ike, ii a f,mild dial, walks well, about fifteen
numerous repairs of the seam, actually dimi- hands high; when she drinks, she raises her
nish the strength of .the tubr-.. Such hose is head and shakes it as if choking; she goes in
conseqacntly often rejected as worn out, when harness well. The person who lured the Mare
if it had been made with rivets, it would scarce- called himself BLAIt, and said he was going
ly have been impaired. to Chester; but I.e li..- ..'t been lheardofsince.,
RIVET HOSE hasbeen introduced into som Tphe above reward will be given fot-.thle i coo -
other parts of the United States, and into the very of the Mare.
West Indies. It is only necessary to exhibit d wai ,-a
specimens of its manufacture, in its present dWaRd VieS
state, to induce its adoption wherever hose i's Nov 26-thstu6t No. 27, north Fifth st.
wanted.
''lhenecessary screws or coupling boxes are Of'e cfthe Deitat'ce liaiitsraniice compa- J
furnished, made upon a new and highly imipro- s ny of Philadelphia. r
Ved plan, andshle clih ri'ge are moderate. AGfEE.\TLY to ',e act ,.f ncorl..lrati...n ,, o0
A.l.;rhnCment, are making for the manufac 0 Stocklder arec herb not ,n..r cltht th,~i
itll ii annual meeting. will be held at the office- on o
Rivetted Fi'e JBuckets, M,-,nd.i ,e ritli in' .. t 1 o'clock, and '
Which will hefciundmuch siip-erli.ur to those On M'.ond.i, i.e 1 h.ill ii;i aii election finr "t'.
heretofore in use. teen directors far theI ensuing year s ill be held
As the subscribers have for several years gi- at the same place bet'.veen rh.; lh.aii uof 10 .uid
rerm pa ii.:,alr ,, .:n,.i.in i to he c.-..stiru,'i..n of 2 o'clock. '
Fire aph'.ai, ui.icr.illy,tieywill ifurniliwilih .. Sai Kiethl ,
i-,1.:..u mnsy information, .or teill aitcnd to .hi.. Dec -t t-h .'- p ,-den.
construction or provision of any apparatus, on c t- iden.
ti. most imunroad sr,,l coiom-ical plan, whet T''en Dollars R.teward.

.Al 0 1 t.,'ill b:e promptly' aiferded to, pro. "rAN A\WAY, on li'e 9tih ,it. .111 appretn-
'.i p., '.ie t .--ui',d b) a ,emiiaunce of tiu e to 'he 'hoemnaking busin,'e-., named a
ca I, r .,iq|,...>rd p:,per. JAMIES MARtSHALL, about fise fret four or
I selic's and P'nnck- five inches high, light complexion; had on
.- n I 5 hen hei v,.enit ais, .. blue coatee, gray panta-
TI Edtr oPhhI.delplia. loon,, whlite waisticoal and fur hat. Whoever
i TIe Editors of the C'.m:tin'el. R.dto. New takes up the said boy, and secures him so tilt


.,..). .; :.. tt, I. ,1 ,Ti.-l. ,cn ,.. L nmm -itciat I get im iaEg i,, ashil h. ve the aboa e -su rd.
.,., .... r:. lnrr, Ricmon.- iam Lecture, -
I ,,ii r, (":.rr u nr, '-. C ) and Nsilonal In- -
,.,.1.eri. .- i s \\iliriuti.- i i I ) are teiuiest':.l .C'arpenter st.oned.,iorftuom 2d s,. T
1., ,in tu ...r 'i- p .i.a'rhn i., s. ition- in) tlhe ,i I i walli :.
il, i.. aL t ui t i IaLIC ill i tr .1d I luh i sward tlhe p N.I. I Ibrew.arnl all nm sterso'ressue-ls, again..st
l.l ,..O. '- Ld t..:- f the Utl io P iljiad.:lphii. I talking :, ay the said I.uv, anid All pt- .i.s f.i.,,,,
It na. ;*-hli.: tji-usua'.a b1, i )c 4--j


MARBLE MANTLES. 1
Fl .:lb er iitnrdinTrg t.o dc, l'r.,. tl.'
J.Sinie cini .! B nsinca,,ti euri l."r .ale il,
_P. l ,,t ....n,*k -, ,, .J .1 :1- il l h i se s.nleci.
I]. I.nt ,,ull, i .\IL.'. 1 M AN 'L3 q. 1, 0
niim lial, di d nearly\ a m.riiy 'ila.ter roneP, *l'
%.:11 ni lcl,.1, -U*.-u P innell rnil h1lla-lte.
I omb-, heid 'ol,' s, a&c '-c. All ,' wlniclh
lie will d Ip,...:e iiri re r n' ll, Iu '.
A ~imiintIer N ;)pier,
Su lh ,.de o' the C. itie i5S.-I .,,
Nov 2-1-sA tf PhI'llIaelphia.

Attorle"n ( i[iio flOiio.

Jiust piiblibe.l -,rFl f' ) -Ale by

S. PTTE` (&CO.
N ',. 35, h in-iriu i t.
The Al.ornev's !n":il,
('ONI'ANINlN( the Illi.:s nto the Supreme
,' -..i. ...i cf ('CIl .icei .'id (C,,a irt of
I 1. n *t tl. i Nc if N u l i N l...ie
o-jeD .sf Practice at Law: aridJ '.Practicl Foriris.
I v .. Grii'.'arn, -n it Ii ior.
11 i-0
The Cleik's ?7lt.'-istrates As-
.-istfillt.
(Tlhird Edition.) By a Gentlema.n of the Bar.
A'D'r 7i E
Counnlingh Iloiie A-sistnnt
Or a Brict Digest ..f lihe A "IFIICAN MlER-
C, .\N I JI.U L.\ .
Nov 15-w3t


TONE i'S ACADEMY.
M. TONER.
ATE Teachb.' in the P, ,.li-pliih %r ,de-
m1;, %;!1 cpnl NIH..H F S(CH0)OL ..r! 'don-
lay ,ext, the 16th ins'. i No. I.J. \Val.'it ,.
n which will be t-.,ight the tol',.ii',i, branchh,
,:-- ':, d.nh^, W ,iiiii;h .\ril' TTI. U: rrm .
., .. ii. I,' .,:.p.i,, i:, t',..*.,., .ip l,.,, tl',h ,h e :."
,r,s d I, lod s. Lirli.,l'; I lemenirt, 1 ri;o
,i i .ti' l.t N C, k '.icp u ii ri. n I -, t.. iSur-
Sii. i" ll m S N .i'i.:i .r.. N. cl erli, L.uiarl"
.I-ri.linlS, Sphiern-ks, Nalic'l A.Atinoin.,

HI 1) .,, Sel I w ill I- r...rai r,- lann tl,.- I'.l-.
l.l[.-l el' dl,' \C oril.Itll hl 1,.% Or tlm 'e w,-k. a, l
will lie, be reninot.d to Ni, l_' \V:nlin i t.
i l.- el.', reii ti nn' l r I% 1'I .L .(. 10 .-
i ,17, I. i. .. -acd .., n i : I' i I. l.
.\c.,demy, under mc djireclt. ai, il... i.; h ilite 1 t

il'c ,1 i ^ 1 X l 'lla h ,1 n.' ..i ., i ,-) i i D.-l I""
1[- l i, ll [ ,l r L, .. .lleh "l,,I -- .tr, I .11.,
)In aiccou,.t 1,& bdI' y. i.h i- ,l i. ii,,,,lI qy
if 'e ., I i : iricol il i' ;o'noiiin- d !&m to
h p 0t 1.: p.1 .1 .
,J\q .\Ik. A .hC li\l.IC 1) D
I. T- Dillector ili [h i hl o .:lphii
Nov 17-tni.t Ac.i.l...


LAT PUPIIA'C A ,li0 S.
FOR SALE BY


Johnson's Head, 52, Chestnut, near 2d st.
SI: Op.', X. :w Ti ,-. 2 vols; 2 50
I' N w .. i ..t Ml .ndlcI .l. '2 .l.. S-2
Moore's I.alla Hooke, with entr,-. ii, I .' els.
and 175 cts.
' ... tI, a Novel, 2 vvols. F2,
"'pi. I, .' r tile Dangerous Indiscretion, 2 vols,
50, ..
iini.ii 1.1. itified will, a l.v g Cl r ic.ter, <-'
"l,, .11,1 idd ..-k'-. Na'rrt.,. S, 1 ,ul
..ii.lte II:. '.ild'- -iI gia n. g.', 4th Canto, 75 cts.
and 1I
0flA iiew sets of By. o'.'i WV.rks coi|.kle'e.
.lb Ronuu .' Historical Illu|.tira ..ns of the 41ii
-.l.iin'., 250 cents
l',ikjck'_ I.eIr tit, om llhrois'. S
..nici ,e r ij i, .11 .Ilnm.,iiy. a inew edition,
ni o .l b6 Jidi,.. Lo,..i. 32
'. iii s i'. i \\'o li, c'.nipl .i,, 6 i%. k 18
L., il ,)it e Briglit City, ;, I'.Cnm, q1
Fu ai. .. a'.,-aive of the African Lxpedai;on,

treck's I' ,i.lu ei ou Ilie. ...1 Inprro e,'r,.:nlt.
2d c-lin, j30 co ,
X. 'I 1 ,asjUil pn10.lhd.
TIlE I'sA -C 'WO )U SMA.N.
A POEM.
Bv J. K. Pauidini .Esq.
iuthnr of Letters froinm l.t south; United
St.. re and Ei.giland, John Bull and Brother
U, l' ll"l i &C, e"
I ol 2.,-.., elez- Lrly pi;nlte' .. 150 cents.
il, l.,,i .. ,..'g .*, ., ,.br .riptiti,
Johliion'-k oo rietioary,
W ith ti.i., .', pro i ,fc:,...n
'rice to subscribers S20u-tu nn subscribers
It '. ll L all I0,-d 1,, .
C -o P .i I i4--.A *h.t; an! aeo. 1' I ..r delivery.
Nov 4-tuths4t


E. CAiR .

,2 LE kWI

PERPWUMA. I,
SESPECTFULLY informs' the diess and
Gentlemen of this city that his dressing
oomn is at No. 92, south second ., r.;, corner
f Walnut street.
All who may be pleased to favour him with
orders in his line, may rely oil the strictest at-
eiltiun b,:.,.. paid to them.
Hair Cutting-,
In the newest and most Fh.Iihron i.le s'ile.
A la conique, le Tite, le Bruie.
&c &c &c.
C: F-.r sale a number every fine
Cualtry Birds.
N. B. I..dies and gentlemen waited on at their
houses, if' I -I,.I,:I .I
Oy EL r.'f., \\ '- 1 :.;'.:,ip, i .i,;,7..r.':t ., for sale aw
above wetorle l ,m l i .-iii '.
Nov 23-mthtf


LOGWOOD, c.
l.45 t ,'.?; C ail t.- i.:l LOG 'HOOD,.
S, 11W cha,., I, Hl l-'lt TUMBlLE1i,
AND
ENII.'fFI;r WINE IIih.1. and Pipe,
For Sdle by

Nov -2-'tMltniot -,No. .'7, noi'L 'Water st.


1 il'3 F)iY l T rPLCt.-IiED. r'y "
A I' Al- AM L SMA ,L,.
No. 112. e .I 1111q1, I e LC to .t.,1-,r W lielh1,w "
I .- Ep-,', l ,, ]. i ...
TIJ: C(..'LL.II..".." .

Pocket RenIenbrn)1ce:' ,
FOP 1 :,9
'ONT IINING-An .A:n',irk,
Ii. 1kJd I' ,g, r.r .MT:io, indumris, ftr iu..i v'
d i Il.ronlii...it tih, y-ar,
Duti e >in (ioJds. Wares & .1 rch-,inlise; T'r.rs,
Dr wh ...k-, D ali .and- Alli Salice-, .,g .'.lih r
i; lishe Ite Na;,- .in Act
Offi-;i s of th.. Custims, Nav.Id Otliccer- and Pub.
lick ,AppiaiSers,
infol,'ni. 'r, e..r _i:.-r irlng P.sleni:,
I Ie Pr,'it nsth .:. i"' ,- lhlhl.lim nt,
An ofllical Aminy Lit,
l jii ,ii..i.s. ])Lp irtimcnt, Pay and StAbi-stence
of i.- Army
N' eg..l..,' ,omplete-Ny Agent; .I Na-
vv V.iids, and lleistcr of the 'Vcsseis the
Nlavy .
Marii.-: Corp-, .
Citl De p-nr-ment of the United S:ttes, Exccu
tr'i., .I.id,]Li ,i-'r, Terr'to.r i .1,
D;sir;ct Lir.i Office-..
inticeonitr.itl Fureign N.tion3, Miltii ers
Coni ,ul, &.c toa'id i-Li ja eice.' n i..-r \. ith,
M bl. h %0 we huve Com':rn-ercial 170l tli.-n.
The Drectora..nd Carhicr- ,l'the UnitedStalel I
Bank and :ll tis branches.
SCepi t'., -'.t Sect,.r ,l.)

ALSO,
THE AM ERIC AN
LADIES' POC(K ET BOOK,K
rUR 1619.
Ornamented winli a beaut;tl rr,,,ti,spiece,
coi.iiirni;g ,ai elegan p-r.:.iip ol F( ennle,. li1 the
most fa'.h.onable- dr't-e.- nf tli sear Also, :in
engi :s..d tule nth a Laudy in a f:.lionable
snalk nO dre'-,
S'or.niir.. it. i c, celipse-., an Ainminack,
Hul..J I' i.c: i... : mni.ri i.JiLn and Accourn -,
t'l. ,- '1i *i ', in the? ,]:0i*,
l)escr.i'Ioni or I'irc.iirii i lanild,
Let-" ot Bilshop \Vattstn,r.n thi.: Ilecognit ion of
'i -rnJ Is rr. i ii eture 'r te.
E-,.s on le'Iri lde IMi Cii e..gi.aphy, on
ill.rri,ee, in Ilie Momaliiyi of 'h. Iai.i cd.re,
, Inic..i..g ...A- .iunt n t ihe C herokc i.:e liools,
'a:le':-.I PoIri' ,
An-i*seris to I it Ye.ir'-s Emigma%, Chjrades.
Wl hi.,.:.,-e .: r,,d IIIge C .oll:g cli.Ci olf .neW
Orne- l.r th.: Fp ier'i a.1-.
Ne-vw C-'..i, I O n. E. *'nd| WA'.iltz'i,
'ehi bra. i |, 'r,n,. ilM:rk.l'ting '',ble, Ic .Ic.
OCT .-i, Sil


A CA1 1 D.

T. w. rDY-OTroS
WIhOLLS.A.[.I D!;UG ALND MEDICINE
N-- .\, HOU.l'E,
N... i 37,
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WHERr. rPhi, .lT, Dru; illt ,lerChni Coulnry
'.l'i!t iI|r' i "rlJ', i I.u 1 r-, ry
,.-.I,.L," ,I.. r, .i,'i ra .ii;l ,;i-. ., ui Pernumicrr .
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.he,[''t,. 1 r1 ihe -I-,' i"i Col. .i. nl i''hl .: i,.J ui. a oIr.irted

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E'oo ',-i..i..... ,% Eye 5o0 do. .roJatk Tooth Pale.
soa Balm of Iberia
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