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Title: The Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
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United States gazette, and true American
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Language: English
Publisher: Bronson & Smith
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: March 23, 1821
Publication Date: 1818-1823
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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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PUBLl-HLI.'D,
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At the northeast corner ot Second and Wal/uth
streets.
l',Price FounT DoL ,Ans per annum, payA,le
in advance.

-Lgents fo' the "Union."
The following gentlemen are Agents of JiAMs
G. WATTs & Co. publishers of the Uniop, who
are authorized to receive Subscriptions and Ad-
vertisements iir.lin,: [ f.. ihis piper, and like-
wise any Mi..ne uhli1':i may be due this esta-
blishment from time to time, and who will
receipt for the same whenever it may be paid
into their hands:
John Davisson, Trenton and Princeton, N. J.
anud. iorrisville, P.
I-.jaI.i Ar..i.k 1'rintr ,, S il.r N..I.
D.l,,il .\lliis..', Printer, Burlington, N. J.
B. F. Johnson, Marcus Hook, Pa.
Jacob Cist, P. M. Wilkesbarre, Pa.
Levin S. Joynes, .\i comack, Drummond,
Town Va
John Adams, P. M. Northampton C. H. Va.
Samuel Preston, P. M. Stockport, Wayne Co.
Pa.
W. P. Massie, P. M. Berry's Ferry, Frederick
County. Va.
T. Watson, P. M. Newbern, N. C.,

I"O RE AGN.


From lute English Papers, received at theo.fflce
,oft., :.. I-.. D-.i f-. l Adver'tiser.
SThe .stfi ,. I 'inte LL'.'pold having rented
Sill,.. i.,ili house to lie queen of England is
without any foundation. The Courier says his
royal highness ouild not have done any thing
norur hkel- I .= t' [,tl.'l: J;gi lh.r n haVei
,-.n r.:,run li-ir l.l II, pu[ i;ig tle q, {c' i ilh
.-_,.,,,. I.d1.e 1. M .Ill .
i 1il. '. li th ., ii i r,. the Thames was chok-
ed up with ice, and from the confined and niar-
row arches of London bridge, 21 lighters and
-craft I .e blocked up above the bridge ; the
.:.:.mul.itiii ice.at length forced eight barges
"hI I.riht the arches with tremendous crash.
The Lorld..-n Courier says, it has been men-
tioned in many of the public journals that a
newspaper was printed on board the discovery
ships in the late northern expedition, but that
the t.'r%. was not true. The following circum.-
stance gave rise to the report. Each officer
contributed soine article (generally an ingeni-


i s girlr' a c c sd.iJe .ibl= q.l, ,r, rv *' Iu t i :. i lhe DI il'- .1., i t .11a thi-, I ..-.r ..
Alid cF ,' : .h ich h u. i-.i, ul o i 11 accou lJ ., i I '.ie it A l -r|,- u"-' T,.,e ,,t tI'e-: r.l : l 1 i
f l nd tl nr. :.; ir a rr, ,|i g l:. tnc. ,,n, ,.i. -
i scrjic but.c quali ies. Ii coijcquience At tie onal ,a r.. l r) l "h-ey dir rsver'ei
i o al a.,d,. b) ljItty ro)ki. T hey discovered
privation flight during il.:, \, riii, this vege- smoke rising from one corner ofthe glen, and,
table, as it grew, was perfectly white, but advancing, arrived at the mouth of a small cave,
e, as t r, w p b in which they percei-ed i lim li,r,... Thi.-
when the summer returned, and light was ad- ,l'r i,, ,; suddenly i,,n,i, ,ITife an e..-
mitted, it immediately bent in a direction of cloi.l..n (o terror, trdl sir.l down deprived
the light, and the tips became green, which of sence. After coming to himself; he. evinced
colour gradually spread down to the stalks. extreme agitation ; and said he would place
confidence in us, if we would promise not to
A late grand musical festival at Birmingham, rmemion any circumstance relating to him till
after paying the expenses, which amounted to after his death. He said he had lived in a re.
4,481 pounds 13s 8d, left a net profit of 5000 w tieh P ; .1 e Is Ic..t.icr, lI T,-, ln.-e
w icl rr r .iti. Iri s l ris tc it |ih %, ; ,r,' .n i .l
pounds 10s lid sterling, for the funds of the compelled him to aband i h house ; hie con-
General Hospital. ceived that by prol,... .'" ,,his existence. lih
An article from Tobolsk, in Siberia, dated might expnate hii ,, r:. l. -. l,,;.i ,h l pr-..
ouosk, Siberia, nitence; he h tr \- ri dirnii, I ir- r,-rir
October 14, states, that a A .j.irirg man, who, ,- .:.. .1 ,' i o, n ,, I .l ,,,, rr r' mrr In'rir
inp I pure ".e ':I. which lie w ,.r'e t Ii bre-r .nl ar t lit i ',ppi.-.l ,-i .i; pr'. e t ibio.,,. ie.
1 ** rl 1 i.:d t he hard-earned savings of his life, ha1l1 rnot 1,aVy.d1 I., ,.: ,.1I fIr'ln ie !,me lie 1 .d
was murdered by-two of his companions, for IIrt hi-- hm-, and in the character if a beggar,
s d b t f h had passed undetected. In his nev habitation
the sake of his little treasure. The murderers lie had water at hand, and a linil porimn of
e c i-":. 1.1 n.;. g .:.-r.n.; forest, followed ,i l gi .'un i r .er cr .li.re lie took li ..,I a%, ...tai;c
Sa.n Jd.,'... bell.r,.-], to the deceased, which m ,.'in'i.ight i .'-r'ng and rel-r-..,,n .ma in lt
,, n uit ,. The e d from the inhabited parts of tlh. c..i-t.I r, iit %ei
would notquit them. The wretches did every he procured such things as were a,' ..lrellu ne-
i ,;nrg to appease them, but in vain. They cessary for his existence ; his proviaon of meal
then endeavoured to kill them; but the dogs he had in a number of small bags. From hiis
17.nn r .ini l. ir5"ljt'r .1 .i must havy ranked as
were upon their guard, and continued to howl aR rl ,ar. n. ,.I i ,'s-t hav.: ran Irish-
:rc. ..r,.!,. Reduced to despair,, the murder- man; he had collected a quantity ofsmall silver
ers, at the end of two days, returned to Kras- Preparatory to his pilgrimage, wliich he had
nojorsk, and delivered themselves into the hid among the rocks. After renewing our pro-
oorsk, and delivered themselves into the mise of secrecy, we took leave. The writer
ands ofjustice. continues to state, that being agairrin that part
On the 28th Nov. arrived at the hospital at "1 tfl.: cu,,ii. ,he wished to le irn %.% .iti irij
Strasburg, in a sort of palanquin, Baron Scharf, 1 .lll Irle uh itnnale man mliht t.e ,r at ih.,
forabrgL i at suit of planlq.hr i, Baron sciafseason. He left his horse at a cottage in the
formerly Lieut. Colonel in: l. e c of Russia mountain, and -,, foot to tile spot.-
He is about 40 years old, and states that in the "But, o...] I ,i:,-.i' hat a hideousspectacle!
late war against the Turks lie was taken pri.- is "~'red.. is floor', his shoes on, the
soner, and thrown, with 30 of his companions, which, wit tle flesh, hb.ad I 'r i...
into a small, dungeon ;-that shortly after a tirely from the booes, evident b,. bi:ds --.I
body of executioners, attended by soldiers, prey I precipitately retreated, I..i 1,o escape
from a scene so awful, and rendered indlescriha-
entered, and mutilated all the prisoners in the bly terrific from the ghastly silence, and horror
most cruel manner : only himself and two of of the surrounding scenery." The writer pro-
his comrades survived their wounds. He re- ceeds to say, that he has been indisposed t re-i
since (about eight days,) but :i o i h ri.,, ..
gained 14 years in the dungeon, and was at bringing the coroner andassistance to inter ti.
length put on board a French ship which land. remains, and make diligent search to find out
ed him last autumn at Marseilles. From thence some clue by which this mysterious aflair may
he was carried trom brigade to brigade, ac- be developed. Theruinfrtunate man was about
five fect seven inches, well proportioned, but
companies by gendarmes, in a carriage con- extremely emaciated and pale, and appeared
structed purposely for him. The unfortunate to be about 50; his hair lhad been li.1 i I.-..i.,,
man lies constantly on his back, and, is not able" and his eyes were light gi ay; thie time when he
i .. .left Ins residence was nrot a... ,, 1-.11. *.-- l.
to take asy other position. His limbs are en-. left. residence as ....
tirely wasted.
In consequence of the great depression of -Dntchess of A.orfolk,-We i.. I e,ir....r,- Jd
,, L ,... .. .. .... ..- .. .. .... tl t ,I l, a| i. ,. -i. e ti '- .Ililk.


a ,e r i -.t *mn'ltnt.' n .t 1 e tl- I. h1 rei ,m t .. 1ii n .i.g i i id-J -.lll I'l M Ie-.r n pii.ninl. t il.
- -p .,i ) j ; 'lic t y ,i i., O il: re _-l i r.
Ihie crre' I l -ere e ull' ': e-l inh i 1 .. i. l i.t i 4n worth (if
pied out by a clerk, and thus was produced a s11.11Ylar. '11., lll ,.et t to 30,000
newspaper in writing once a fortnight to the spinners.
A few evenings since, three individuals at an
a -, ,-i ,tj .1-':i of Clina manufactured at Inn in a town in Gloucestershire, drank 6 bot-

Vienna, was lately transmitted by the emperor tles of wine, 22 bottles of porter, and 36 quarts
of Austria to 'prince Esterhazy, as a present of cider, at one sitting ; after which they sup.
and water to-
friom the emperor to the duke of W l.;..-,i... pedand drauk .,, andwater to
The service consists of 12 dozen of pi.te-. 4 ge.ther '
dozen of dishes, each dishl supported on the "As you do rit '.......: i- nr, parish," said
backs of three eagles; and the whole of his a gentleman to a begging sailor with a wooden
grace's battles painted thereon in a masterly leg, cannot relieve you." "Sir," replied
st hle ; there are tour ice-pails and five superb the sailor, with an air of heroism, "I lost my
vases. Oneach'side of three of the vases are leg in fighting for all parishes."'
the porLtraits of the t. ii sovereigns ; andi on A gentleman who heard of the famous fracas
e r I .. vre is n on at Troppau, observed that boxinin, which here
the other two are the portraits of Lord Castle- a n, observedthat ih
reag-t, Prince Metternici, ouiii Ne'slrod. tofore was termed :ml lin should in future go
and P.ince Hardenbergh. The whole service by the name of Cabinet worsk.
is beautifully enamelled and richly gilt. A hawk lately died in England which had
Great 'qUalities of snow have laallen in Eng- been in the gardens at Bhckling upwards of
land the past winter. The London Courier of 50 years, anId was an old bird when placed
Jan. 9, says the mails have been detained be- there.
yond the usual time of arrival in consequence A duel is said to have been lately fought in


I ..'mly estates go to a very n .' ,1 "i. i here
had been for some time a commission of lunacy
granted from the Court of t_ 11 .
The right to the IlRohn Lacy p,:operty has
been in dispute for some time, a.. ,'..t several
persons who have cl id, .1 IlI. n- 11 ; i,. to the
last Lord Scudamore : but it is supposed that
one moiety of the property will fall to Sir
Edwin Stanhope, Bart. and the other be divi
ded between General Burr and Mr. Parsons,
who claim, it is said, as co-heirs at law of Sir
James Scudamore, who lived in tic reign of
Queen Elizabeth, they being descended from
two of his daughters.
The Rev. J. Harewood, D. D. F.S. A. claim-
ed as being descended from a son of Sir John
Scudamriore, who was Gentlemal Usher to
King Henry VIII. and the Ancestor of Sir'
James; and a Mrs. Jackson, of LUndon, Who
was the petitioner when the Duchlss first be.
came insane, claimed as being descended from
a daughter of the same Sir John
Thus the fine Holm L ':,. 1':, i r, in,-c. n
indirect line, after an un..,I .:.r i,,, < i .......'t
of many hundred years, and, in tact, those three
who it is supposed will take the property, will
do so as heirs to a person who was born near
300 years ago.
This is an immediate proof of the great ne-
cessity of preserving the records of family
alliances.


oflithe state of the roads. The Brighton Herald England, in which broad bullets rolled in black e
slates, that in some places, owing to the high lead powder, were used. Three shots were Tuesday night, a laboring 'nf named Rich.t
roads, the snow lay to the depth of ten feet.- exchanged without injury, when the partiea ard Adcock, living in the Mint, Union-street,
The Kentish Gazette speaks of a very great were satisfied. As notoriety is often a great Borough, was enticed by a prostitute into one
fail. of snow on the 31st of Jan. The Exeter object with a duellist, it is to be hoped unuier'. of1 t co fifeenshop.in Before li had be stire
Gazette says the coaches could not proceed ; sal celebrity will be given to this affair. I.,, the lady contrived to rob himia of what
andil e mail bags were taken on horseback. The The sailors on board the Discovery ships li 11 '-n. ,.r lie had, and then decamped; find.
'i'avistock road to Plymouth had been impas- wonre maiks tupo deck, warmly lined. On re- ing Im,,.1 1 without money, and confident of
Itbeing locked out of I.s lodgings, lie laid his
sible. lie postman, in endeavoring to make turning below they were examined to see if hehd down o thie table (as lie saw others do)
his way was nearly lost, himself and his horse there were any white spots upon their faces, and presently fell asleep. About three o'clock
being buried 13 feet under the snow, whence the effect of thie intense frost. If any were in thle morning he awoke, and found that dur-
ing his sleep, his company had managed to
they were extricated with considerable difli f-'Iiund they were immediately rubbed with take offhis hal boots, whi fitted hirather
culty. snow until the free circulation of blood re- tight, which, together with a pair of new white
tMr. Hunter, T-- i.r. ;n Hatton Garden, was turned- stockings he 'wore, they had stolen fairly off

lately attacked by a single foot pad, who pre- Plays were performed on board the Discov- his legs h He bec e outrageod us at his oss,
oil wahicn tie landlord, turned him out, and
senlted a pistol, and robbed him of four one ery ships once a fortnight. The seamen look- he was doomed to walk about the streets bare-
pound'notes, and some silver. A man coming ed forward to their representation with the footed for four hours, before he could get into
up shortly afterwards, Mr. H. told him of the utmost delight. Thie subject of the drama al his lI. .. rig
.h'ft uDurinig tihe time that Moore's almanack was
robbery, ad that hlie had fortunately saved his w.ys related to tlhe expedition. The success- conducted by the lhte Henry Andrevws of Roy-
watch-nupon which the man presented a pistol fu! passages of the ships into the Atlantic ocean ston, the sale rose to four hundred and thii'ty
add made him deliver it. was represented, and after that the receiving thousanand annually, for which this extraordinary
A bet of 100 guineas is mentioned in a late of the 20,000 pounds in London. .A farce ex. ng pver received more than 25
London paper as having been made, that a per- limited the different ways of getting rid of the -
son could be produced to skait a. mile in the money' Many of the members of thle Virginia Le.
space of three minutes. A subsequent date The Emperor of Morocco has written to the gislature, and other distinguished citizens of
says the bet was won by seven seconds. King of Sweden fur' 20 small cast cannon, five that state had memorialized their delegates ina
*Crpib, the champion I1 I f. .!, has consent. palms long, andl of such weight, tliat one with Congress, in behalf of the much injured Corn.
ed to fight Bill Neate,, of Bristol, for 2001,- its carriage may be transported on the back of BarTon. The memorialists say :
Crib 1h.s not fought a battle since 1811, which a mule. The situation of Commodore Barron is not
wus with ointanfu ant d huacld declared hie would Cou-seIo Grady, at a late tritd in Ireand, less singular than distressing. lin n hass
not fight again for less than 5001. but since there Said le had heard of a. .called tie hanging possess a n u n pr of' tic skill
had been so much chcfisg about it, le would Iudge, wo was never knowt to sheda tear' --he holds the, commission and the sword of
cbut once, and that was during the irepresenta. Iris country-and yet the p, ''i ,- of using
termination, his friends gave three cheers. tion of the eggars' peraial;be founded up te existed of facts
On New-Year'sday is race te duke of eenot knownto the public, which render it proper
o New-Year's day lus grace thisechoice-ofintile estimation of the government that Ire
Northumberland, gave a dinner to his work- .ifygterious .cfair.-A )Dtblin paper of Wed. should be permitted to enjoy the pay or enolu-
men, consisting of about 200, who all set down nesday contains a lonfg letter, -L,..-. .1 ,n..s uments ofaCaptian in tle Naivy, aid yet that
Sroast beef, mtn, lum uddg &c. dated Coolbeg, Gorey, I) ...-.r;, li, 1 :. he should be refused the command to which
to roast beef, muttl, ptlumb pudding, &c. to- fronm which awe extract the t..lI .,in partricu- his rank would entitle him ; We should humn-
gAtlher with several butts of ale. His grace lirs :-The writer states, that in the -latter end bly conceive, that it is due to ie people oflth
presided at table, whil.t the dutches and se- of August last, lie, in company with a friend, United States, if not to Commluodore BaTonU,
ral visiting ladies waited on the company. .. 1... grouse on the in..,i. ,;. i ,, the that these facts should be published.
visitiunig l ahies waited O ilthi eco a y. .. rnt, tren being inn the vicinity of If we are to look for' tie cause of this denim.
On bard the discover' ships, near the store, a. saviAe v aid .id olateuot named tliei IDoMe, a we to events already before the aue of this den
.,ee, alto events already before t world, we. ca.t


II .. I ll.; l hi ,,, h.I ,ll .lL,_ [,, l-. ,

c:rinrientof the United States, they will not
be considered .- ti.ni,.i.ii sufficient ground
to prevent Commodore Barron's -.. iit, -, t,
his form r command. During ten ye.., .r
i re pIr.'.i I i attack of the .... .. ; ,.i.v
the I. I. ,*,:j, ,k. rn., C.,k- e J i r i 1,-i hLtI .-I'
eud aught to l1 I- i,.-Ie. Ii I,.- disastrous
affair,did the commodore commit an inexpiablle
otliencl'S..-me oft' s haveexaminedmiuntel' the
Ire-C...Il it, I, h ,. and e .' ,..' ,i think that li,
has any thing to fear in 'iniom I.' it gain Ili:
"lrt.rnii.'.n oif i g.. rr- ,n r. i e r .i i l\ '.1 ',
ri'..t nr.- i t.-, -.. ,.,jr r lhe .1 ciu : .. ,.,f i' ct', ,,i
i 'in .' -'. I.. '.. l hii' .,. r l i pr i 'P irre- 1. r.
B i ;ir t l' i,' .;. .in X iiied r-I ,ril ii.- ii -;: ,... I"
cli .ge. lii .. uI with an error of i .l.4,in...,t
A.dn,-rtn ..r. er r of judgmentto have been
ju- 11 imTpli .t r.1 In. ,, h- he in.1 -.,Ilic. ntl .I -
uiij. ., r.r ir 11 ought n.t ro bc hi pil .ni n i]i.i
he i,- l.'.i ,11, u 41 i... il- cunirt dJ rc .,: ii.
bc intltictd,. Tii. sentence in all its rigor has
been executed upon him. For five years was
he suspended from his pay and his command.
Rendered indigent in his circumstances by the
de otul.', ,:. in- i. rla, i r to tii. e c ijte ..f1 the re%',-
Intl..ln in u 1bcli lie a, l c.c,' l i;. i;..rtune, ,rnd
thrown inir-t., out of employment, he was dri-
ven by this sentence into a lingering exile from
his native country in pursuit of the means ne-
cessary for the support of his family.-We nei-
ther desire nor pretend to estimate the bitter
pings-They are presented to our imagination
-thiy touched our hearts, but they are not
susceptible of cold and sober calculation.
Putting them out of view, may we ask, is not
all Ihis, ample atonement for the error of his
judgment? If it be riot, we are at a loss to
conceive what would be so considered.

iLoquisiana and Florida.


the grape vine, mn r i.:- .-i. nor th. .i. .Ire. The
success of coffee in some sufficient places, in
so-large a country, are ..- I..- c.. rri ,itnil ex.-
i.:.. .J, ,il I ill Aprov e iDr .. .: I ,1 i .i' ;:,,.


nation. The vine ..I mo in'Frai .e I, itia
pine barrens, and ':i.-,N ..,c .1 ,riCN ta-
mous for its ancient commerce in olive oil, is

iI i t ii i n r.i ,,, ,,, i lle i e oI ,i li
I rit .li-. in ir| -.1 : c e. I,1. .i!| l rllt i [., r '. Ull.l
...1 St. A i. t il hn.,, *..j |i ,t., hlv ol S .. il 'n'.
i r, i de 1 gr, i..rTrh Ii, in.rl, ., Ii. ,ij t-
grows in the countries under, the equator, and
lhi-..c in II i.L nd r, S i.'iiii in '.J ]i' ie.c.
II.'.rl Li u..LI e :.)ll t1 ou1r -'1 lto r,. i .
IriiiS -Luccee rl: ; urLIT' ,- r.rIn .i) i.:
ITen per oi'ire ul Gr.-& .J Ir. S[ i, i I e r.illy
.: ,u t e ri ,u'irpi .. Ii.:h the dried grape
or raisin is well and ai'rn..i rnil, produced by
the sun and skill It i supposed by z...mne 'that
ilie w i' -rm t. m i .r .:- i-. .:. ,l :, i-, thl ru .
sage of the air over. the GU.ilt ir.- i,, s.i.L.ls
lie p1i:.'.-'. to. raise th.- c.-,I rI.l .:.t ro -
if' l.;-, tb f...unded, Florniln IIl gror.3.i ..xin, r
our l 0 i 'L i iL'i i i i i r.e e-t. 'liii. r iiT illi
of the Ijuil -Ire ni A .i-, oeen often proved by
the ii, ni..' ,:lt..-r The Z ir.,r o i"-iii h flulil,
so called, grows in the temperature ot Flor-
ida. '
The magazines of the live oak, p.:e,,iAr t1c
America, and other timber and useful woods,
cannot be unknown to any who have attended
to the subject. Much of it grows on the
coasts and navigable waters, and may be ren.
dered highly valuable by local ship ,n.1 iu a
biili.iin,, .ind ti water and steaii nail riie
:t sihdi.i ii ti,, in lumber must be ;-,m.-ne
and very active. The breeding ;i i- (.
asses and mules, and the easy :.[pori I'i.n .'


Stem to our foreign neighbors, mint n. iri-nie
From the National Intelligencer. a great business; e'-i. ,, the p..,i'esr di i,r ct
The final settlement of the titles and limits of land. The igeintr.tr L-,.iilin.,r..l ...:n iav
of these ceded territoriesin the most harmo- of our countrymenr, ,ill .r.Vc..r th.: tip .:;ne
in..us a,-d I c lc ul manner, with the royal and of soil, conform I.'.n ,, tihe c i...ntr n .,I ci.. si-
national authorities of Spain, and with the and the climate, to innumerable e .-ip i.-., r
most friendly understanding of all the Bourbon in order to make the best of .,. F..I hi ,r.,rir
sovereigns and other powers in amity with COLLUMBIANU5
France and Spain, is a consummation devoutly
wi I,.: acknowledged by the friends of peace. --- ----
'I n1 part which the President of the United' Pensylvania
Sr it has taken in these affairs, in his ministe- Pennsylvania Legislature.
rial characters of 1795 and 1802, in Europe,
and in his more elevated stations of President, SENATE, March 13.
Senator, and Secretary of State and War, in this Mr. MAxKLE T. fr.-m I I- c..mnimitteen oli thl
country, have identified his name and charac- judiciary system. ripaort.Il il.,. cr, tirl .
ter ..'ini ihi.t exs- ,te combined acquisition. further supplernici .i ti.-- act cr, T let 'in 1.'
'I tlhc irip.i In l v. li..ih is yet unplucked, of to amend and coirolidJaie, ii i.o, .i iprdlr .- iti..
thfi c Ii, *',. .i..si-,o .,,, is tihe suspended capi- the act entitled an .1ct tor Ithe re.-n ,' .l'- ,1 -
tal of outr injured citizens, to the amount of five and demands not exceeding l')i 1 .l..IT 1 rit- iIt,
millions of dollars, which will come to the a justice of the peace, and f .r ti- .-:tr.,n c.
hands of its owners in the appreciated money constables and for other pu, i-c-, .i ...i .d..i I'It
i..l i [ i t m ei l iii 'gre.it C '. .t1 ,lli liu .,- i- c r reriil., i g i,- pr'., -e.:.n '- ..I' i :r .. ,

sensibly contribute to the reanimation of the time.
business of our country, bearing, as it does, a The senate resumed the second reading an
serious proportion to the whole specie medium. consideration of the bill from the house of re.
The addition to our coasts of more tcan 1200 presentatives, entitled an act for the improve
miles, according to its curvatures from Saint meant of the state a-d on.the i'.-":.In shal
Mary's to the Sabine, in a temperature capable the bill be prepared for a third reading, the
of producing the China orange, corresponding yeas were 19, nays 8.
with those of the bays of St. Ubes and Cadiz, The senate again resolved itself into a cornm
must give us, with the Keys and little islands, mittee of the whole, Mr. M'Mullen in thi
a complete and extensive new faculty for the chair, on the bill entitled an act to abolish the
manufacture of salt fur our whole consumption office of attorney general and prescribing the
and exportation. manner of appointing' attorney of the com.
The numerous ports from Amelia Island to mnonwealth and their duties ; and after some
New Orleans and the Sabine, as well from their time, the committee rose and reported said bil
connexion with our own interior and adjacent without amendments.
country, as from their ministering to the fo- -- .
reign and the coasting trade, and, by their salt, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
to the fisheries and wet provision business, and THURsDAY, MARecH 15.
particularly with that of the West Indies, the
Gulf of Mexico, andforeign America, will give in Mth. REEslaw prelatisented a petitions .ri .-.outr.
a spring, an expedition, and an extension to i -the law relating to the streets in outh
our foreign and domestic commerce, of the wark.
deepest interest at the present time. It will Mr. BRACKF.NRIDGE presented a petition foi
enable us also to cure or to prevent the evils a lottery to improve the navigation of the
to us of that buccaneering and marauding spi- Oh io. ,
rit, which, created during the wars that grew Mr.a Aprmtsox presented, a petitionfrom
out of the French revolutions,has been par icu- George Gelwicks, a revolutionary soldier, for
larly nourished by many obvious circumstances, relief.
on all the American coasts south of Georgia, Mr. ANaDEsor presented a petition for a re.
since the changes in the government in Saint duction of the fees of those officers, whose feet
Domingo, in 1791, the embarrassments of Spain have not b.en reduced.
and Portug'a, aild the civil and revolutionary M r reported unfavorably on the appli
struggles of the various communities and pow, cation to rennex Perry county to Cumber.
ers in soutliern America, on the Gulf of Mexi- land.
co, the Atlantic anmid the Pacific. Mir LHitAa reported a bill authorising
The momentary depression of the prices of James Campbell to erect a dam in Coneinaugh
American productions, bread stuff's, including rivg M. Kr reported a bill autorsing th
rice, tobacco, sugars and cotton, and of distilled M1'eIN NE reported a bill autdorising the
and fermented liquors, gives a great import- president of the 4th judicial district, to try
andferi e nto quricertain causes in Bradford county.
ance to every opportunity, faculty, and disco- The loan office bill was negative on second
very, which shall, by adding to the employ- reading, yeas 45, ways 48.
meCts of our people, limit the excess, and pre- yes ss. ael, assat, onne.
vent the depression, of the various present YortAS-Messighst, Calooks, D ell, Cassat, Conney
fruits of cultivation. Cortrght,Crooks, Dewart, Dierdorff, Dimmick
It is manifest that the climate and soil of the' orancher, Drirkhorse, DGiffin, FeGonner, Fenstera
peninsula of Florida must be capable of yield- naart, Herrington, KennedyFryi, KinnGoodey, Kraus Hae,
ing all the productions of the Bahama islands, Livingston, Magile l, MTun, Mcl'e, Miller., Krutose
including the pine apple ; and all those of Spain teller, Nes, Piper, Porter, Rugh, Ruth er Mos
and Portugal, south of the orange tempera. tSallade, Schel, Wilson Smi th, Stonerorm,
itre of Lisbon or Cintra, the orange of which Sallde, Schell, Wilson Smit Stoner Storms
is rivalled by that of ourt St. Augustine, at less _5.
than 30 degrees north latitude. This demar- NAYS-Messrs. Anderson, Atlee, Baird, Bar.
cation includes the olive of Spain and Portugal, net, BraS-Menridge, Crson, Coulter, DyBairde, Ed.
the silk of Spain, the suspended sugars of Me- wards, Ermler, Esuep, Evans, Garnanter, Gillelnd
diterranean Spain, the lemon and the sour or Hays, Henherso, punt, Jeks Jrnantes, Keltoand,
Seville orange, various minor fruits, the grape Lar'dner, Lawrence, Lehman, Leipner, ILenwis,
vines ofXeres, St. Lucar, Benecarlo, Lisbon, Lombaert, M'LaNreister, M'Calh LiI'CuLewisoug
Oporto, Carcavella, with their fabrications of om t, MfCllster Reed,. MeCllounh,
vine, brandy, and the dried raisin, and the fresh Mitchell, Msser, ahniReed, Rees, Stobbins,
grape, by short voyages to the northern ports. torts, Rohrer, Schneider, Scott, Stockman,
The climate of the Turkey, or Smyrna, or drum Stover, Sturgeon, Todd, Uhler, Weaver, Webb,
fig, in 38 degrees, equal (at the usual difference Wurts Gilmore, ....,r,-48.
of 10 deg,) to our 28 degrees, must be found io.i FRIDAt, MAAcCH 16.
the peninsula of Florida, and the great olive Mr. DEWATr reported a bill for raising 1200
countries of lower Italy, Asiatic Turkey, and dollars by lottery in aid of building a church
Attica, after the same allowance of 10 degrees in Augusta township, Northumberland county.
of difference, must be presumed to exist in our AMr'. CALW EL. reported a bill for the removal
new acquisition. Being singularly peninsular of obstructions to the navigation of the river
and affected by the constant and near course Susquehanna, at Conewago fills.
of the warm gulf stream, the climate must bt- A supplement to tihe act to raise and collect
favorable to growths of more southern conn- county rates and levies was read a third time
tries, and annually more so, as the country shall and passed.
be cleared and drained. The seaweeds for ba.
rilla and kelp merit a careful research. VWe
have not yet noticed any thing but the climate, Congress were in session 107 days, and the
as a distinct and most important point. We pay of each and every member amounted so
have not yet spoken of the soil. We presume 856 dollars. The whole number of their busi.
'that the important productions of cof'ee and ca. ness hours (says a New-England paper) has
coa, or cocoa wil thie date, the lime, pimento, not exceeded 240, for each of which, every
or alspice, or Jamaica pepper, the benni oil and member received 83 50. Pretty good pay for
castor oil plants and other productions of the a man who perhaps never earned so much
WVest Indies, may succeed on millions of acres money in any other employment in his life.-
of southern peninsular Florida, in which there eJV ak't.tk .ale,
are no frosts, so far as those productions de-
pond on climate.
In regard to the land, coffee, the universal The thermometer was down to 15 in Green-
tavourite of the world, does not require a rich wich, Near Ncw York, on Monday.


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U7. Loan.--Ini tihe rnotie respecting this
loan, whikcl we published a few days since, it
should have been stated that proposals would
be received until the 4th of April, instead of
the 14th, as erroneously printed. Persons in.-
terested in this loan will do well to notice this
correction.

The amount of collections by the Rev. Mri
WAID, of Serampore, since his arrival in the
Ut.!..i si:,ei (..s he has informed the editor
of the New York Commercial Advertiser)
amounts only to about 510,000. We had seen
it stated at 612,00t some time since, and
judging from circumstances within our know.
ledge, we concluded the amount must have
equalled 13,000, as we published in the Union
some days since. It appears this money is to
be invested in this country, and the interest
only applied to the support of the Mli.bi00ry'
College at Serampore.

Pauperism.-The increase of the poor's rates
in the kingdom of Great Britain, has been in
the proportion of three-fthk. in thirty years;
but from an official report to. the legislature (.1
lMassachusetts, it appears that the increase in
that state, has been in the proportion of three-
;fifths in twenty years. What has been the in.
crease in our own state, we are unable to say,
but it has certainly been very great. Pennsyl-
'vania was once styled, by way of eminence,
the poor man's land," but if it now has any
claims to that title, they must be founded on
the fact that poor men abound in the state, not
that they iere meet with*a pi oper r,.t i l for
their labor. It is not, perhaps, absolutely ne-
cessary for our legislature to appoint c,..mmirt-
tees to investigate the causes of pauperism.-
The causes have been often investigated and
oicTir t -i['i.sed. A variei) ,.'fciincunrnt.urct may
concur toincrease trie eilI, buit the cj,'cient
i,..e- e produce ofinid-outri, not being se-
cui ',- -i lit Itbiuler. In Europe, rea, 1,uofil
and taxes, eat up wages; in America, our re-
gula. i\A lion i coinpii'luiv ely lil, but -thei
gaiiii pecu.ituuion i e .'.e uSil.'1., ir .tle to the
laborer, .,s the iegiulr imipost6 of government.
Some evil ofullti kind, is, perhaps, i.-Is p i;abl
from ociet3. as coinittiel at present; but we
should be careful, that the measures to which
we resort to alleviate misery, do not in-'
crease and perpetuate it. Our present system
for the relief of the poor, has been found to be
very exceptionable by almost every one who
las examined it. Some have not even scrupled
to .,ver than i does mile cill than good. If this
be true, the sooner it is changed, the better.
'While we have such large bodies of fertile
land urnculin ,ied, there carn be but little diffi-
culty inlldesLt-ain another system. Multitudes
l'l h,t.t: 't I n Us' du'Inend t liher h uhl ilv orn in
;,-. ufitn the bounty of the public or 0 i mnunvi.
dJu Ih t-r suplor, u, re bouhl abl and wil.
ling to work, and ihe simple act of removing
them to those parts of the country where their
labour is wanted, would: relieve the commu.
inity from a heavy burden, and be highly condu.
cive to the happiness of the indigent-a few
-ullih properly applied would soon relieve the
public from the care of that part of the poor
w o are willing to labour. In one year they
might oe able to supply themselves with tihe
recessaries of life ; in two or three, they
might be cheered with the prospect of passing
an old age in comfort upon the proceeds of their
industry.

The Improvement Bill.-We congratulate our
readers upon the final passage of the Improve.
ment Bill, by the House of Representatives, on
Tuesday last, agreeing, by a vote of 57 Yeas to
'. N ai i.to the amendments of the Senate. It
is impossible for us to say whether more judi-
ciours objects might not in some instances have
bc-n, s!lctn.:d on which to expend the public
money, or whether it would not have been bet-
ter to have confined the appropriations to a
few principal objects instead of distributing
them among a dozen, a score, or a half hun-
dred. Great part of the delay attending up-
on the passage of this bill is understood to
have arisen from a difference of opinion
.among the members of the legislature with
respect to the distribution of the money. On
such a point it is impossible to give universal
satisfaction; but supposing the appropriations
to have been made with any thing like com.
imon wisdom, we have no doubt but that the
,[runpr.n-eme-.u Bill will produce more even of
present relief to the inhabitants of Pennsylva,-
nia, than all the new paper banks of Tennes-
see and Kentucky will to the inhabitants of tIhe
Western Country.

The time for adjournment of the Legislature
is fixed for the 3d day of April.

Commercial.-Yesterday our wharves presen-
ted a delightful appearance in the lading and
"Unlading of vessels. The day being very fine
our shipmasters improved the time with much
spirit and each seemed anxious who should
exceed in thIe labor. These are the times we
could wish more often to see, and by a wise
management of our internal concerns, and a
proper attention to the improvements contemn.
plated, we shall be able to extend this branch
of our industry and enterprise to a degree we
do not and cannot enjoy under present circum-
stsnces.a.

The editor of the American Farmer rce.:um-
mends the following composition for healing


wounds iti trees:-Take of dry pounded chalk,
2 measures, and 'of common vegetable tar 1
measure, mix and boil them till it becomes like
'bee's wax. Lay this compound hot (witli a hot
trowel about the thickness of a half crown
over tile wounded place, after carefully paring
away the rough edge.


Il appearasnanifest firon the features of the
King's speech, to parliament, and the tone of
his ministers, that they are all disposed to pre.
serve peace ,and not meddle with the concerns
in any manner of the other powers in En.-
rope. England has been engaged in so
many wars -from time to time, that she is
tired of them--the nation overwhelmed with
debt,and the people restless. From these causes
and. others, may be attributed lier wish to be
an idle spectator of any convulsion which nmay
happen in any quarter except in her own do-
minions. The extensive selection of foreign
news which we this day publish, will give more
information on this subject, and will furnish a
feast, besides, to those who like to be acquaint-
ed with events whichihappen on the other side
of the Atlantic, To make room for this news,
we have omitted many other articles.

The feelings of the King of England towards
his wife, seem to have met with serious altera-
tion since the prosecution of her trial was com-
menced-he seems to interest himself in her be-'
halfas far as modesty will allow him, after the
disgraceful steps he had taken against her were
carried to as great a length as could be. It is
believed the whole of those who were active
against her, were sorry, for the course they had
taken, and are trying to get out of the scrape
-., fast. as possible--the' majority being
against them, in favor of the (Qien,
ihey were not safe in persevering in that which
might have led them to dlehauciul..n. Had
things gone on as was expected at first, and the
queen brought in guilnh, the King himself
might then have been put in her place, and
shared the fate of her Whom he was determine.
ed to d, ino' ,. The case is now altered, and he
condescends to say in his speech to parliament
nl I,. I 1., ie t i it h 'l Ihe \%Lmi d-.ri t- he House of
Cominmrs, to dutei 'rIme. \i I' .r.a' r,. u shall be
made.for his queen"-,-this is coming to tilhe
pinni-CniirC:, C:r,,iine, 'It's r'n n ..- up"and be
good friends again.

Co,;m.' J ',, re P.,n '.:r.- It is stated '-l i lti; salul.
i,le .,hfcer, wih' i n so conspicuous in the late
war, and who encountered so many perils du-
1ii .n iW cowmiu ii. i.ne, is appointed to command
a.squadron in the Pacific Ocean, for the pro.
...:-...n of the American commerce in that
quarter. Commodore Porter is well qualified
for the important business on which he is
,r,;ng, and will give a good account of his em-.
ployment.

The committee appointed by the legislature
of the state of New York to examine the char-
ges of Governor Clinton against the general
government, have made a report, and accom.
pany it with a long string of documents to prove
that the accusations are haie. Governor Clin-.
t.n proved as far as oaths woula go, that the
charges weretrue. Considering the high re-
spectability of the parties who have brought
the charges forward to the public, and those
, ,W ,cI in i..n .-1 I -. ih loiw .i r. r,. e I ii',lg,.'
of4 1in m;tl,.i, wie- ih. .. .... bi'li v.w ys '-
When the sanctity of an oath is disregarded to
serve any political design, good-bye to all fair
and honorable dealings between man and
man! The New York American exultingly
speaks out that the documents accompanying
the report of this committee leave not a
shadow of evidence to support the charges of
Governor Clinton." The case in question is
not yet done with, and we believe the governor
of New York stands on too sure footing to be
brought in the bact ground by his opponents,
who appear to go to any extent to serve their
party.

It is stated in a late Nashville, (Ten.) paper,
that in consequence of the high price of tui.
tion in that place, many persons are unable to
educate their children. Philadelphia can fur-
nish the people in that quarter with such a
number of schoolmasters as will make the
terms for tuition come low,and we would advise
many who can make it convenient, to go that
way for employment, where, we presume, they
would be sure to meet with the encourage-
ment due their qualifications.

Quick Passage--The New York Columbia
of Friday the 16th inst. came to hand yesterday
at 12 o'clock, being five days on the way, or
-lying in the corner of some Post Office.

Another Quick Passag,--Capt. Watkinson,
fthe ship Ann Maria, says the Commercial
Advertiser, saw the packet James Monroe,
Capt. Rogers, standing in to Liverpool on the
31st January ; she consequently had made her
passage in 16 days.

The Lexington Reporter states that des-
patches had passed through that town from Go-
vernor Miller, of the Arkansas territory, to go-
vernment, requiring an increase of military
force, on account of the hostile disposition man-
ifested by the Indians in that quarter.

Gen. Bernard, Col. Totten, and Capt. Pous.
sin, of the corps of engineers, and Capt. El.
liott and Midshipman Howel, of the navy, ar.
rived at Savannah on the 8th instant. Their
object is to survey the southern part of our
coast, in which the Floridas will probably be
included.

Fire.-On Sunday evening, about 8 o'clock,
thIe barn ot Major Burstsell, at Flittbush, Long-
Island, was burnt to the ground, with all its
contents. Three horses and two cows perish.-
ed in the flames.

Fires.-On the 1st inst. the dwelling houses
and workshops of Mr. Geoge Davis, and Mr.,
Peter Golrick, at St. Clairsville, Ohio, were


destroyed by fire. On the" Tuesday following
the inhabitants met and resolved to repair the
loss as much as possible. They went to the
woods, cut and squared a large quantity of tim-
ber, and in the course of the week new houses
were '., '.. e:..', roofed and weather boarded. (


The :'.,l.. i 1. bill "is ie"ore the legislature
of Pennsylvania. Should it become a law, all
persons attempting to pass notes ofi'the Caniden
bank, or other, banks similarly circumstances,
will become liable not enly for the amount of
the note or notes so tendered, but for all costs.
and charges of prosecution in recovering it.
The design of tile bill is evidently to prevent
banks of the other states from enjoying among
us 1l Il ru Pr.i;ile. of our own, who have paid
a bonus to0e state. Massachusetts and sornme
of the otliei states enacted similar laws some
years ago, to avert the flood of foreig-n bank
notes which was pouring in upon them.
HOUSE OF REPRlESENTATIVES.
Read, March 14, 1820.
An Act to prevent banks established in other
., i.. I, ..,,,. l.il.. g or maintaining branches in
I. i -"-.,. ,,'- i by the senate and house of
Representatives ofthe common-wealth of Penn-
sqlvanit in general assembly met, auditis hereby
enactedby the authority of the same, That from
ans after' tie -- day of -- next, all notes in
the nature of bank notes or notes payable to bear-
Or, i" ..'. N'. t.. be issued by any-bank lo-
cated *: :.- ii, :i ii I l 'e r i '. ,h .- n,us br i r.ch
or banking office with I,.. l- .i i- l ,,: '-, I
thie same be terdei'ed to any person in payment
of any debts, accounts or cli i,, 'i, h l.:- ..r. lh i,
be 'arid thie same arc hereby 1-.. ii I I., 1. 1.1i1-
ed to tie prosecutor, and the person presenting
them shall remain liable for the debts, acoounts or-
cldins, for which such notes may be presented it)
like manner, as if io such offer or tender had been
made, together with all the costs that fmay legally
aruace ili the prosecution fo forfeiture under this
act. Pr 'ovidd(, always, nevertheless, rt. ttL i. ,-k
of the United States, and all notes ',- ..1 ..i ,.:
shall be tempted in all respects from the opera-
tions of this act.

It is said that Governor King, of Maine, Mr.
Livermore, of New-Hampshire, and Timothy
Pitkin of Connecticut, are candidates for the
office of Commissioner under the Spanish
Treaty. There are three Commissioners to be
appointed, at g3000 salary per annum each.

Gov. king of Maine, has been nominated at a
meeting of 102 members of the Legislature,
c Ij.lil ,teo fir re- ci'.,rrn the ensuing year.
Gov. King has appointed Thursday the 12th
day of April rext to be observed in the State
of Maine as a day of Humiliation and Prayer.

Eight convicts, we learn from the Cayuga
Republican, broke out of th.- S'," Prison on
Monday ..gIht last %,.-k, b, tw-en eleven and
twelve o'clock, by removing some part of the
wall of the building-one was re-taken, seven
escaped. Several prisoners escaped through
the same place on a former occasion. The
paper adds "that this event has excited no sur-
prise, as it was expected by every one, who
was intimately acquainted with the qualifica-
tions of certain officers lately appointed, to
take charge of the establishment. We shall
be greatly disappointed, if the major part of
the prisoners do not escape before the end of
the yeir. if tlie Legislature do not interfere
and take the control of the prison out of tihe
hands of the present incumbents. We under-
.s in.. ti t i.t the time of the escape the Agent
and Keeper, the deputy Keeper, and (C.',.t.I-
iI It.,- 4 ird,-'. re .ll .bt -ls ii rI-,a Ii fn. r i lt ,
'11" cee ?lti" .e'- Ot-'ln e-nrmn-,J frur foiir
days."

Extract from the decision of the Supreme
Court, in tie case of Cohen vs tile Stste of Vir-
ginia: Wec very readily admit that the act
establishing tile seat of government, and the
act appointing commissioners to superintend the
public buildings, are laws of universal obliga-.
tion. We idmit, too, that the laws of ally state
to defeat tie loan authorize by Congress,
would have been void as would have been any
attempt to Arrest thle progress of thle canal, or
of any othei measure which Congress may a-
dopt. These, and all other laws relative to the
District, hive the authority which may be
claimed by other acts of the national legisla-
ture; but their extent is to be determined by
those rules of construction which are applica-
ble to all laws. The act incorporating the ci'y
of Washington is, unquestionably, of universal
obligation; but the extent of the corporate pow-
ers conferred by that act,. is to be determined
by those considerations which belong to the
case.",

The N'iger.-The Boston Palladium says-
" It is ascertained that this river empties itself
into the Atlantic Ocean, 4 few degrees to the
northward of the equator."



A Wooster, (Ohio) paper contains an account
of a visit among them of three men with coun-
terfeit bills. They attempted to pass them
in that town, and in some instances succeeded.
After they had left the place, a handkerchief
was found in the shed where their horses had
been, containing S270 in forged notes on the
following banks, viz. Bank of New Haven, Union
Bank N. Y. Columbia Bank, Hudson N. V.
Bank of Orange Co. Gioshen, N. V. Mechanics'
Bank, Baltimore, Union Bank, Georgetown,
Bank of lPhiladelphlia, Mechanics' Bank of
Georgetown, Mechanics' Bank N. Y. They
were pursued and overtaken, and after some
resistance, in which one of them discharged a
pistol, two of them were apprehended, and the
other made his'escape. On examination before a
magistrate, one of them was liberated, and the
other held to bail-for the want of which he
was committed to jail. TIwo or three days af-
ter, the first one was brought up on a writ of
habeas corpus, for are-examination. But, says
the pp,:r, to ourt' disappointment, and we
would suppose thie utter astonishment of all
who had attentively heard anid weighed the
evidence given in, it was ruled that thIe evi-
dence was inconclusive to authorize a recommii-
ment or holding to bail, and therefore the pri-
soner was set at liberty to run at large !


The prisoner called himself by the name of
Dougherty, arind said he resided in Crawford
county, Pennsylvania.

John Crowell, Esq. of Alabama, has been
appointed by the President of the U. States,
Agent of the Creek Nation of ladian., vict
.U, Mitchell, Esq. of Ge.nrgia, resigne q d.


A letter from Rio Janeiro, dated iSth Nov r,.t ,.,'-.',.tr i,11 one correct copy had I,-',.
ember, 1820, states that the public mind was 'taken, which has n0ow been published.-C,;,.
much agitated in that place. The revolution dd.
in Partugal had prepared the way for some- The weather has be cold since Friday las,
thing of the kind. The letter adds :-" Here with a bleak nrthwestwind.. On Sunday night
the volcano is ready to burst-and, from the it-began snowing and cowiinued with rain a con-
best informationithat I can ..1, Brazil will be i V v htv


free from the present despotic government
before the year ends.
The soldiers have refused to salute the
King, and the lives of the ministry have been
threatened.. It is expected that it will not
commence here, but about Pernamburco orn
Bahia._ The mine is prepared, and there wants
nothing but a spark to the train."

A letter from Madeira of the 3d ult. received
at New York, gives some particulars of the
revolution which occurred on the 28th of Jan.
At 10 o'clock in the morning,. the hour for
m "I clrung .if the guard from the parade, an or.
der was received from the castle for the troops
to remain, the governor having a suspicion of
the intentions of the people. 'iThe people of
Funchal however continued to assemble in the
public square and the, adjacent places, and at
half past 11, a lawyer, attended by the snufft
contractor, and three of the Fidalgos of thec
Island, walked boldlyin to the governor's pa.
lace, and demanded his signature to the peti-
tion for thie constitution. lThe governor hesi-
tated i he wished to wait for intelligence from
Rio Janeiro to know the king's -en'ifincii' -
Mean time the troops appeared before the cas-
tle, and the commander having intimated that
lie could not depend on their fidelity, nm-u,. ol
the officers being openly for' the constitution,
the governor yklded, .aid signed the constitu-
tion of Portugal.
On the 1st of February an earthquake was
experienced at .1 uin'a, similar to that which
was felt there o-n lie ".ine day of the year in.
1816.

-Capt. Hooper, 16 days from Cape Haytien,
arrived at Marblehead, informs that business)
was suspended fora few days previous to th-
Rolla's sailing, on account of Gen. Richards'.
concerted measure for revolting against the
government, and the destruction of the white.
and mulattoes, which caused great confusion.
He was immediately apprehended, and sent by
water to Port au Prince, under a strong guard,
with several officers of high rank and distimc.
tion. They embarked before day-light, le44
they should be killed by the populace. Order
had been so far restored, that the stores were
again opened, and a new governor appointed,
who is considered a good officer and weve
qualified.
The U. S. ship Ontario, capt. Chauncey, 18
days from Annappolis, (with Edward Wier,
-Esq. agent for the U. S. on board,) was at an
chor outside, the day of the skirmish, and by
the request of the American and English mer-
chants, she came into port, much to the satis-
fI t L..h..n 'f r'l y ,..nie. Capt. L'I.iur.c .) of'l --
enu W.-I u.". un ,n I e i ...t -c.- t i_ : .,nu ii. :.
manner, kept his Lb.-., .-rn n.;.l .1urngr iI,,-
night and established signals for the security
of the whole. It was thought by many that the
greatest troubles of the place were past, and
that tranquility would be restored.

A letter has been received in Salem, from
Capt. Nicholas Brown, of Brig Fornax, bound
for New O A .,,i .shi.-l, states, that on the 24th
Jan. lat. 2", ", 1ig. '8!, he picked tp three
men, I white, 1 black, and 1 Indian, who had
been at sea 9 days in an open boat, and had
suffered so much from hunger, thirst and fa-
tigue, as to be almost entirely helpless when
taken on board.-The black man died on the
30th January. Their boat was blown off from
Pensacola, from which place they sailed on the


er, now a prospect of fine weather again.

At I ..:' ia ri .:r- :,... r-; ofthbe Pee Dee
Steam Boat Company, lI Id at '-h i rl-.sion S. C.
on the 10th inst. a dividend of I -'" per. cent.
on their Capital Stock, was declarud.- ;

SP..t- .',1. of Sa'vann.. .I.:.'-..r i [' i
.C ", the total -..i.nl 1 ... .J '-... 1.-.ial
amounts to 7520 inhabitants. White nmleo,
2110; ii' t.. i-.. 1758. Black IT ,, 0; O
ditto females, 1750. Free persons of coldur-
males, 234 ; females, 358.

Deaths in Charleston from the 4th to the 11th
March, 7-4 of whom died of consumption.

The number of deaths in Baltimore for the
week ending on Monday morning, MI ,h 19,
22-7 of 'whom died of consumption.

The annual Fast in New Hampshire takes
place on the 6th day of April next, as appointed
by il-ovui 1w' Bell, of that state.

As the stage which tr in' p rc; the rinrihera
mail to. l'--:lei:.uigh, Vi was crossing James
River at Osborne's Ferry, or. .,,.I ... ,,i.i, thi l->I,
the boat upset by some accident, and two of
the horses belong,g r.. i: i t.e I.. re drown-
ed.

Ti .Fir'e adl eUm aom .
6. :-:-.L *' Salem, March 17.
Capt. H. hI.. -, ..f the brig Cynthia, in 32 days
from Surinam, states that t-e firel at Paramaribo
ho hae, been greater, than before i,...i-,'f1 -1
It commenced about one o'clock ,.s Snil.>,'/
.he 'l-r I.'arn- ,,.and continued burning about
20 hours. The most populous part of the
.wn was laid in ashes. The ..- s, n..',:. r in-
volved almost all tle public and elegant build
ngs, .among 'l:h i u.n~ two -ip- l., u,.,'.l. I ,
Roman Catholic and Dutch, 1:. l i- i 1 t. l )
,iir l ;r *.!i'-.u..., in ire wh io e, inilisldiiig '., ..
negro li...u-t-, &c. there were 1500 ibli.lni'
consumed. It commenced in the north-east,
quarter of the town, (,'.-'rth to windward)
and made a complete sheet in some streets 40
f':et wide. The Engines were perfectly use-
less in a short time, owing .to the -.. r.-:vy u.
water and the hose bursting, when they were
Axft to the devouring element. Many of the
inhabitants, instead of trying to e r'i ,", -.h tl
flames, were on their knees praying for rain
from heaven. The Jews were the greatest
sufferers, It originated accidentally in a cook
house, and about 10,000 souls were thus driven
naked into the streets. Vi.r ':u ,,,iii':'i.f pro.
visions were pouring in from the country, and
T. r. ,n l'e i F A r i ,.I : tl l.-. -, r ih

-i. '.., i' i.n. i.' t- ,i. s. i iiC in prie er.1-
r-g it. Three English .--.1: *-r r ,,d ii.n
vwith provisions, found no m market, and sailed in
co. with Capt. H. bound to other ports.-
Great thanks were given to the A]T|| i,: ,rAn for
their spirited exertions in subduing the flames
and = vu I1u I 'r..| .

Fire !-On Wednesday last a little after noon,
the barn of Mr. John James, of Westtown, was
discovered to be on fire. The flames spread.
with great rapidity and the barn and all its con-
tents were consumed. Bcsidas hay and wheat,
we learn that two fatted oxen and'a cow and a
calt perished. The teachers and lads from
Westtown School hastened to the spot and by
their exertions, cu mbined wail .i..... .-.I
the house which was in I~Immitent s r r,..- :.
record.


17th Jan. for some place adjacent, fore load Steam Boat eauses.-H y letters from Wash.
of timber. ington. it appears that the us cuses, which
*hare excited so much interest, have bt;een final-
The Montgomery (Alabama) Republican of ly disposed of by the Supreme Court of the
United States. The cause of Gibbons vs-.Og-
the 3d inst says:-" We this day announce the den, was dismissed by the Courit, upon rthe
arrival ofa boat, [the Tennessee Patriot, King, ground that tie decree of the Chancello- of
from East-Terinessee, with flour and whiske,] New-York was not such as to warrant the ap-
the history of which will no dbt see almost peal.
the history of which will nsodoubt seem almost The defendant's counsel offered to waive all
incredible to strangers.-She is a keel-boat, 50 points of form and try the cause upon its tiec-
feet long, 6 feet beam, 6 feet deep, and is ca. rits, but the Court decided that they would not,
able of carrying near 100 barrels. She was ve wth the consent of p la didnes, sst give t a
built at West-Point, in East-Tennessee, where in Ilhe c tuse of Sullivan vs. tire Fulton
she was loaded for this place, and proceeded 100 Steam Boat Company, the appeal was also
miles down the Tennessee river, to the mouth dismissed upon the ground that the plaintiffs
driven had notmade such a case as vould ni-r.i ithi
ofthe Hiwassa, thence 65 miles to the entrance court in assuming jurisdiction overit.-.tler.
of the Wocoa, up the latter a certain distance, Aldv.
when she was transported (with her cargo) 10 '"
miles by land to the Connusaga, thence to and Communicated fr the Ba,'t. 'Federal Gazette.
down the Eastonulla, through the Coosa into Extract r....,, M.den i. ,,d 27th of' January,
the Alabama river-a distance of near 1000 Our market for bread provisions, we regret
miles from the interior." to say, has further declined, owing to over-
abundant importations of four from your states.
Sterra'Leone.-T'he London papers by the Thie freshest of flour meets to-day rut a trifling
Ann Muria, contain auvices from Sierra Leone demand, at S6 by real from store ;n and for
n ar c i e f cargo of superfine afloat, not even .-. is offer-
to the 24th of November. We extract thefol- ed. Wheat, in abundance, i.. i ,, .i : from
lowing from a letter of that date :-"The Ame- England, purchased there in -it. A-, t..r wine ;
rican squadron had returned to thi coast, for it is liquidating here at low rates, and will ma-
terially interfere with the sale of flour. Fine
the suppression of slaving. Their unfortunate flour, $4. a 50. retail on shore. Exchange on
colony in the Sherbro' had bee abandoned London,31a per cent premium.
and the few survivors arrived at Sierra Leone..
The Morgiana, in a late cruise, chased and From the Batt., morning Chronicle.
boarded a Spanish ship, mounting 13 long In the American Farmer of Friday, the 16th
twelve pounders, and manned with one hun. inst. it is stated by a Mr. 'T. (supposed to be
dred Europeans, employed in the Slave Trade J. Taylor, Esq. of Carntice County) that
1" with teln regular working hands, lie raises
but not having any actually on board,- she was annually, 8000 bushels of grain," viz:
permitted to proceed." Wheat 45t.00 bushels
ye 5e0U do
Indian Corn 30UO do ....
During the fall session of the legislature of Idin Con 3000 do
New-Hampshire, Isaac Hill, of the Senate, in. 8000
produced a resolution protesting against the He declares further, that ks never hires for
decision of the Supreme Court of the United anry PnP se""
n reluitest some of your agricultural corres-
States in the case of Dartmouth College. In the pondents, will state whether thiis is an usual rate
preamble to tie resolution, the Court was of production for such a number of hands, and
accused of exerting a stretch of power, and if'not, what is the usual r:fe ?
assumirngjurmisdiction ill the case, without giving A ENQUiRER.
the people of the state an opportunity fa/ir!y to h e WunODSTroK, (Va .) March 14.
heard. The Senate were ultimately so much .ourney to .Uis s 'u.--Yrstni'rday started rrom
,displeased with the proposition, that eve-r ves- this place a small cavalcn.ae, cnmianded by
SMr. John G;;aw, Senr..to'r Franklln, Missouri.
tige upon the subject was erased froin tle i. layoh uce S end Len, f r thnV i v irhei
journal, and the papers withdrawn e'rum tin, beInediction of nun erous relnat in' s n h ends
rules anid destLruyod by the honorable ;oit'er-- to chiee then on t-lir u" lojnelv w.i n.i










Festival of St. Patrick. Pen, 31vania -L i e ..c- i..cu, PRICE OF .iJCKS.
N,. 'v.n. ,., M i o
A select party of the I ....-niiy ~).;., Lrin, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BoWr alBrr.rxk-'s -nr.ic SALE IrPOuT. P THILAPIELPHiIA, March 23, 1821,.
celebrated the Anniversary of their Tutelar SA itreu)Ay, Marci 17. o [ ,,,,-i S, ,'.:,' .-. fr... r.. ],,
Saint at the Commercial Coffeehouse, Fly-mar- Mr. WILLIAM SMTIrr presented a petition for ff' I _-___. |"i,:,. I. ., I I. Ill I. tT
ket, on the 17th inst. An excellent Dinner-was aid to :nr,r.,.- the navigation of Penn's creek. /--'c i "- I .- Deferred six perct. 102 103 do
served up at 5 o'clock, in Dillon's best style. Mr. STOCKMAN presented a petition for to .HEL. P. r, t.a Six percent. Loan, 107 109} "doI
The following Toasts were dr.ik, and several change place of holding elections in Little Bea- Do. pearl, 120 130 S Three per cent. 741 75 do
Patriotic Songs were sung; after which the corn- ver township, Beaver county. BACON andFLITCH, lb 7 7 ive per cent. 105 105 do
pany retired, much pleased with their enter- BILLS PASSED.. BEANS, bsh 1 30 1 40 Bank Stock, :
tainment, and hilarity ofthe evening.-Gaz. An act to incorporate the town of Kittan- BEEF, Philad. Mess, bbl 12 United States I '-'; l.l' l...i
1. The pious and immortal memory of St' ning, Do. Cargo & Prime, 9 11 Pennsylvania, 117 118 sales
? tlli:k--1 .' the anr'..o, of the day dedi- A supplementto the act authorising the ap- BUTTER, lump, _lb 13 12 NorthiAmerica, 115 116 div. off
cated to his honor be e r k..pt as a jubilee pointment of notaries public. This act autho- 1)Do. ,:.1, insp. -- -9- Pi,;i ,..ii.,.,. 3 80 sales -
among Irishmen. rises notaries public to take acknowledgment CHEESE, ......:i. 7 -. 8 ,.-: 1.:..I., i ,) 110 div off
2; Our N-ativ'e Land, the-gem bf1lieTOcean2- of deeds of conveyance for real estate. C OAL, Virginia, bush 0 35 .amden, 80 .
'May we soon have the pleasure of hearing that | An act annllinfg the m .ri,.': A .. w ,t .i COTTON, L.u..;i h, lb 18 -- 23 Commercial, .':. '".I, r.f
she has taken the rank due to her among civil. Stewart and Martha his Dk, "ud Al ..rler Do. I '. ... 17 19 M,,:i, ,,.. ,. 23: 2 1; ,io
zed nations; to be free andindependent. I Long and Mary his wife. O J I'T'N r:'.-,D .s-[.,11 21 1-8 21 do.
3. The United States of America-The asy- I A supplement to the act regulatingfisheries Shli.-ngs, white yard 16 22 Northern Liberties, 31 32 do.
lum of the persecuted, arid the home of the in-1 in the river Delaware and its branches, Do brown -- 12 15 Germantown 46 for 5.0 pd.
dustrious; may they long flourish, free and hap- AuTh, hi,, the lni.an C,tholic Society of Checks, 3.4 16 18 Insurance Stock,
py. St. Mr\'-cluij..l,, -Phli'lilplsi, to alter their Do. 7-8 -- 17 -- 18 Pennsylvania, 126 in demand
4. The President of the United States-His charter of incorporation. Do 4.4 : 20 6 North America, 127 131 sales
patriotism, virtues and talents have so endear- The bill to continue f..r one N 3-. the act for Stripes 16 .- 18 Union, 69 ".' l. off
ed him to a virtuous people, that he has been the appraisement of e-'.-~ t*kn in execu- Plaids 16 -20 Philadelphia, 160 165div. off'
again called upon to fill the executive chair of tion, passed to a third reading; yeas I4, rw' Bedtick 25 38 Phcnix, 83 84 div. off
the most free and happy nation upon earth,; 34. Chambray 14 15 Delaware, 54.4 55 div off
we wish him the blessings of health and happi- The bill abolishing the office of attorney ge- FEATHERS, (Amer.) lb 40 53 Marine, 108- sales
ness. neral wa. received from senate, ,and made the FLOUR, wh. P. S. F. bbl 3 1I l -- United States, 12 2 per cent.
5. The Vice-PresiJent ..f ii,,: T. Sitates-His order for Monday. Do. rye, 2 1'. Annuity, 22 243 or 2Opd.
patriotic and public ., ic..r ~,il 'i ,,..' he held i Do. corn meal, 2 t'Fr S40pd
in grateful remembrance by an enlightened na- BOSTON, March 19. De. do.. hhd 10 50 American Fire, i50 52 ir S4 on
tion. On Saturday, in the supreme judicial court, FURS, beaver, N. lb 3 75 4 WaterLoan, 109i 110 scarce
6 The Navy and army of the U. States- in session in this town, Thomas C. Bell was ar- Do. do. S.& W. 2 -- 2 25 City Loan, 108 sales
The former the gallan:t ,uppi th.r of their ; raigned on an indictment for murder; and at Do. bear, skin 1 3 City Five per cent. Loan 101 101k
,'..nu'. lil.e.i\ o.n the :....; l,.: l'i:r' motto his request, Andrew Dunlap arid William J. Do. fox, gray, 20 25. Sci.1,L;i l N .;g tio, 90 91' i,.r cent,
pi.. ,,n- t.,,.:, ," on land; they have always Spooier, Esqrs. were appointed by the court Do. do. red, 1 1 M.,.,,|,,k-I L,. .. 100 do
doneithonor. as his counsel. His trial is fixed for the ninth Do. mink, 15 .'i Scil ; lllB,.;.l.:- Shares, 108 none
7. De Witt Clinton, Governor of the State-. of April Do. muskraut, 1 .7 *lj.: .e >do. : 45 I;.':: p.l
of Ne ',.r;k- hi; *p.-ol,1.ucl.l..r-r.,,,ac..,,r,. On the same morning, Martin Manuel was 'Do. otter, 2 -3 -- *Lancaster Turnpike do. 82 90 per cent.
.lol wl.In.... i i. t.....s i t.. rn.l,.r also arraigned on an indictment for murder. Do. raccoon, 40 50 'Germantown do. do. 60 -
.his native state, in the opinion of the world, The prisoner requested the court to assign An- GRAIN, wheat, bush 70 75 *Cheltenham& Willow?
tihe first t C.... ..illti-, ir,ai'iiactures and comic drew Dunlap, Esq. as his counsel, who being Do. rve. 37 40 Grove do. 5
merle.,,,,r hi- i ..da ve .I as proofs of his excused at his request from the duty, the court Do. corn Penn. 30 33 3 Ride do 50 -
good understanding and sincere love for the informed the, prisoner that at a future day they Do. do. southern 26 28 *Che.-nit iII II Spr1ii,, .
people. would assign him counsel. The time of his Do. oats, 22 25 House Tavern do. 5
8. The memory of the immortal t l.hngr.:.n trial is not yet appointed. GUNPOWDER, Am. 251b. 5 5 75 *Frankford Turnpike do. 45 50 per cent.
-The greatest hero and best man the world HiAMS,Jersey &others lb 10- 12 No demand,
ever produced; others have conquered to ag- ONonSDIc N. Y. March 14. IRON, in bars ton 110 COURSE OF EXCHANGE.
.1...-e themselves and enslave their respec- Great Cew.-Mr, Josiah Brownson, of this Do Sheet 195 200 Bills on London, at 60 days, 106 a 1061.
tive countries; he to free -.in iith slaves, and town, killed a cow, a few days since, which he Do Hoop, large 128 130 Bills on Amsterdam, 39 a40 p. G.
make all independent. had fatted, that weighed as follows:-Hide 153, Do do small 140 Bills on HIamburgh, 33 m. bco.
9. Gen. Andrew Jackson, the hero of New- Tallow 172, the 4 quarters 913-Total 1238.- LARD, Penn. lb 9 10 ......
Orleans-He has been always attached to the This cow had twin calves the last season, and LEATHER, slauge, 24 28
country which gave his and our fathers' birth gave milk till November. Do. soal, other 24 30 Bank ,ote Exchange,
and evinced in this the land of his nativity, that Do. upper, dressed, side 2 75 3 50 CORRECTED AT,
"what's l' I h1 thes.- c in..,-,, I,,.,- -..l H eahf Ofiffe, LUMBER, viz. p. ft. 10.00 -i
the flesh hr hatel s p, .,-,i. I,. I e.1 board, Ev.pine a Sin. 12 -- 14 ,lu ,.-- .
a tyrant's vassrals,when the opportunity offered. March 17, 1821. Do. do. heart, 1 in. 25 30 EXCHANGE OFFICE,
10. The memory of Gen M,..i..n...\ -le Interments in the City and Liberties of Phila- 1)o. do. w. p. panel, 25 27 50 Nso. 11, SOUTH THIRTD STREBT, PHILADELPHIA..
gave'us an, example worth I* I m. ,r....,,, tL delphia, from the 10th to the 17th March. Do. do. common, 15 20 -
sacriliring'-his life for the freedom and honor of I Scantling, pine, 15 -. 25 U.S. BranPer. Ct. Dis.t
his ,J.., .-.1 country.Z D DisEsAs. S Do. heart pine, 5 .-. 30 _- U. S. Branch, Statelk atTrenton par
II1. P,, County,-.., l.r,..e ,.,r ii,,i United D14. DISSES14. .- MASSACHaUSETTSI Camden par
States, who havingcli rk J... i., i.i ilr i Lath, oak 7 9 NOTES'. Cumberland Bk. par
cup eofpersecution in their native 1.,.i: 1. ..i .\...:. -, 2 0 Brought over, 19 11 Oar, rafters 20 2 Boston Banks, 1 ; Mount Holly par
dashedit from their lips, and ri-t... i, r 1l,.i q, 1. i,,l ,y 1 0 Scarlet 0 2 litmber, pine 25 Springfield Bk 1 a 2 TrentonBank par
enjoy the sweets of tranquility-May they Casualties 1 0 Hives 0 1 Do inch spruce 12 20 Hamipsaire k 1 a 2 Patterson par
never prove forgetful of the kindness and Catarrh 0 1 H1omorrhage 1 l Do oak 22 25 Salem Banks 2 a 2 kPEAleSYLJJVl.N1.
-e re d osnne'.gWorcesterBk 2a23et Bk of Germantownpar
S., .- .h .-were received, Cholera Infantle0 1 Inflammationof 0 1 cedar, 3 feet 20 23
S1a ,, ,.th,:, C- Itely acquired Consumption of 1 the brai Do cypress, 22in 4 4 25 Other Massachu- DoofD elawareCo.par
T .it ,.i .1, I ,.l-- ,..they become the lungs 8 2 Lungs 2 2 Stavei, pipe, w o 1200 65 -- scttsNos I r ri-n. IrCo. par
u., f,,lhI ,:I i-c,, *'.-. ever hail with Convulsions 0 4 Liver 1 0 Do hhd do- 40 -- E'i O T. 2 ,r,.,L nr,,k at
j,.. te .,.,t,.- '.' .- te .L3 ,..n which they Decay 1 0 Insanity 1 0 Do do red oak 25 Bank oflWindtoro 2 a24 L Eastoir par
were made freemen. of olumbiaDiarha 1 0 Jaundice 0 1 Sihooks, white oak each 2 50 -/ EJV'E-11..LISI2RE Montgomery Co. par
13. The Republic of ColumbiaD our Dr r ,opsy of the 0 Palsy 1 0 Staes, bbl w. oak 1200 25 Banks or NeS- Farmers' Bk Bucks
mat,: tu.,. -i e-.--Ye hope her example. : l Breast, 1 0 Pleurisy 2 0 Heading, oak 60 Banks of New- Farmers Bk Bucks
be- .--., ...J !':,.n i.- Isthmus of Darien to in the brain 0 2 Scrofula 1 0 loops, shaved 30 -- 32 a/lhODEISr2LY3D. LanCasterBank 1pa2
Cape Horn. Debility 2 0 Still-bore 0 2 MOLASSES, S II gal 38 40 Irovidence llks 1 a 2 Harrisbtrg a 1
14. The immortal memory ofonr e-r coun- Epilepsy 0 1 Suicide 1 0 NAVAL STORES, viz B r on Bn ea H oeDlwr
tryman Emmet-He loved I il, ,,.I glorl- Washington Bank New Hope Delaware
tryma Emmet-He loved ittd, I glo Fever, Puerperal 1 0 Suddeu 1 1 Tar ibbl 2 at Westerly 2 a 2J Bridge Co. 1
ously died for having endeavored to make his Hectic 1 0- Pitch 2 50 Other lRhode IsI- Northampton par
name land free ; a second Washington as a Total 5--30 22 Rosin 2 2 25 Otheand Notes 2 a3 rk thamon a
patriot, but unhappily 1ot so successful. Caried, ov, 19 11 Tuentine 2 2 5 N ;\ esI 2 '3 Y .rk e\snk 2 a
S. Qul e. n !.. 'Gi,.t Britain-The 'con -, Oftl.t ;. *. o .,,,...', h,,lc t k1 ,, 1 ;-
a- ,. ,-I,;h-i ... ,,-,I -,,. l'(s mi sisters t, o-, Und ler -yhea t0 p..ti e 35 ",
7-I- 1 i.. .I., itu t n 1yst -From 50 to 6'0 6 lartfi;rd (Plhoinix Pittsburg 3
wards her is sufficient to conince the world Fromn 1 to 2 4 60 to 70 1 spirits Turpetine a- BankI a 1 Broan isville 12
that le is another Henry the TRort; they, his 2 to 5 3 70 to 80 2 POtK .ler. & Pa. mess bbl 13 -. 14 Middletown Bk 1 a 1 Carlisle 2
obsequious minions ; and clearly shows what to 10 1 80 to 90 2 Do do do cargo 10 5 11 id port k 1 Faimers' Bk. at
the integrity or honor of that government is in 0 to 20 2 9to 101 2 AGS, Domestick I Bank I lFarmers
the adriniarration ofcais taftairs. i 10 to 20 2 90 to 100 2 RG, DeomewtCrb t 3 2 3 6 Eagle Bank, New Reading 34
e o hC.20 to 7 100 to 210 0s60C Hlaven 1 a 1A Silver Lake no sales
16. The memory of Theobald Wolf Tone, 0 to 0 7 100 to 110 0 SP TS, viz.,' D elank 1k IA D EL WARE.
the hheaves, and others of our beloved cOunt 40 to 50 8 Total, 52 Brandy, pch Ac. 4 pr gal 1 20 1 25 Bk ofN. Haven 1 a 1 Farmers' Bank and
try who wire irnmtolated at ltie shrine of des- 1)o do Pa. I pr -- 65 75 N, London 13k 1 a 2 branches par
pouism, by the ruthless and exterminating Of the above number, 3 were from the Alms Gin, Phil. distil, do 41 45 N .'l:d YkI 1 Bank of Delaware par
hand of tyrainnv. l House, and 17 people of colour are included in Do Country ili do 3 38 N. Y. City Ban ks par & Bran-
17. Lovely W)oman'I-The last, the fairest, thie total amount. Rum, New EnHgand do 36 39 Jacob Barkers a x. dywine pr
and tlhe best of the creation; my they never By order of the Board, hiey, Rye do 26 8 chao Brker's Ex. dy 8in a 0 C k of De pa
,take to their arms any but those who are wil- JOSEPH PRYOR, Clerk. )oe Apple do -- 26 28 ashi ngton Wa90r- Ba of do. at Mil-
fing to cherish and protect them. STEEL, Country b shington & War Branch o do. at Mil
n1eSTATE 1OF THEI I Lil SI ', l I I r1 SUGAR, N Or. prime cwt 9 10 Albany Batsks 1 Farumers' & Mecha-
SF T,,STATE OF THE flEnr lb\ 1 7 I I -- renNotes 75 a 80 ford
NEw-Yonic, March 21. 1821. o'clock. 12 o'clock. 3 o'clock U)o Loaf lb 18 20 Troy Banks 1 Farmnics'BankatLau-
Captain Bell, of the sloop Budget, arrived March 12, 40 52 52 Do Lump 16 17 Mohawk Banki 1 rel 50
here this morning ti-rmn lchmond. states that 3, 44 54 57 TOBACCO, Jas. River 61 -- 10 Lansinburg Bk 1 rlJ ARYL.V.MD
on Sun5dy, at 6 P. M. hb. saw a brig ashore 14, 5 55 53 )o N. Car-. 4 6 Ilk o"Newbturg 1 Baltimore Banks
on Ship Shoal Bar, 8 miles N. E. of Smith's 15, 48 62 65 Do Kentucky 5- 8 Newburg Branch City Bank 2s a 3
L-hind. Her yards, spars, *i. -."-, &c. all stand. 16, 57 67 68 WAX, Bee's, yellow 3 35 Newbur Branch City Bank 2
ini. Passed within a mile and an half of her; 17, 31 34 3 ) Do do white 0 -- 65 Notes oftheBank Annapolis 2&Br. 1 a2
wsw;a *fire on the beach, and t.i persons near 1"-17001-WOOL, Merino 63' of Canada 3B a 4 Westinster. a 2
it; supposed shie got ashore the same day in a M1iRRIED, Do do in grease 40 Orange Co.Bk 1 Havre-de-Grace 1 a 14
asnow storm. d In ... n1. il WS.'him Aobey, the seat of Do 7-8 clean 60 Catskill Bank 1 Hagerstown 2 a 2I
I I I '-'--.i.. by the Rev. Dr. Marlow, Do do in grease 35 -- -- Hudson Bank 80 Frederick Co. I a 2
A bill has been introduced in the Assembly. -,.I, ,. ,4.. i,'.. College,Oxford, Charles Do 3-4, clean 40 -- Bank of Columbia Conococheague
erectingg that all judgments, rendered in any Jolhni Bailie Hamilton, Esqr. second son of the Do do in grease 35 -- at Hudson 1 a 1A Bank 2 a 24
court of record within this state, after the Iale Archdeacon Hamilton and Lady Charlotte Do common 50 Middle Dist. Bk 1 a 1 i DISTRICT OF CO-
se-cond day of April 1821, shall be and remain ianmiltn, to thite Right I-Ion. Lady Caroline Auburn Bank 14 a 2 LUMBIA.
a lien against all persons whatsoever, upon the Beurtie, sister to the Earl of Abingdon. Geneva Bank 1i a 2 Georgetown, Ale.an-
estal t of the perstro or persons, against whom g G ---- Cnev uang a 2 Georgetown, Alesan
such BknofChenango 5 dria & Washington
uh ~dlgme nts may be entered, for tan years, FOREIGN GOODS. lu o a O r s1
irfomt"thietirne the s Ce shall be docketed, any .DIED, Columbia 1 a Ii Other District Notes 1
.T-,str 1 -5mime the crime shall be docketed, so DIEsD,pNosales
law, usage or custom, to the contrary notwith- On the 16th inst. in the 33d year of her age, BRISTLES,. 1st sort lb 50 55 Levi M'Kean's pri- No sales
standing: Provided, That in case the party, in LAXV INIA LLOYi, widow ofthe late Joseph Llovd, d do 20 30 vate notes 80 a 90 O O
w .'ose tanor e any such jldgment or judgments and danger of Dr Samuel Knight, deceased COAL,Liverpool bush 36 Nathan Mver's do. 80 Old Bk ofChilicothe 5
shall be entered, shall be restrained, by injunc. Yes erday morning, after a hugering illness LOCOCOA, Ca.racais lbt. 28 3 Utica Buan r a O saleTs
tion out of chancery, or order of any judge or of seven years, Maris. NM.IY AN CtiST,, con- Ol- E,.W. finegr. Ilb. 27 28 Utica Insurance VIR G/vI.
court, either froni issuing .-..i,,,, or selling sort of Wil:atiam J. Crease, in the 48th year of Do 2d quality 26 27 Co. 5 a 10 Farmers' Bank 1
the time whirh,.... eor.Do 3d do 25 26 Utica Branch at BankofVirginia 1
strained, shall not be deemed or considered as Yrstcariay morining, about 5 o'clock, in the C101 YAR, 1t sud 55 Canandaua a 2 Valley Banks 10
any part of the said ten years..- Coun. Adv. 70thu year of her age, EL.S-re \V WOOD, relict HIOP, st aand2d sort Ontario Bk. at Unchart'd Bks 10 a 20
....... of tile late Robert Wood of this city. 1.ON,,Russia bar ton 100 Canadagua 1 a 13H Y. CAROLI31.
Sthe .-.. erald. Vestrda morning, after a lingering illness o Swedish do 95 100 Ontario Bk. at State Bk of N. Carolina
Di)o Engolish do c- 10ti 10 Uia &atraI1cs 3
Our -nsmr n Perkins.--Some lime since M-. ArAt Paums, baker, in the 5Gth year of SI),n- (s95ee d. 70 r0 Ntean Bk a e Itsanches
we copies 1 F, ,, ,L ,,.1., paper an accotnt of hCs agte. V o .1 9 \, r';n.t seeddora.) cwdl, i-. 7 50 Jeteron co Bk Newbern 'l3a -
the rntmb. ,,I ':' .. P, trat e i At NeYok, of on Sunday last, Mr Rican i MUSTARD, in bot's. do. 1 "20 P attb ur-gi, "k. 3 a4 S. CIO .J V.r1 .
is queen, executed by our fellow citizens 'lnorso printer, who served lhis time i, and N6 AtLS, wrought iron lb 9 1 Bk of Mutreal 4 Notes ofS. .
essrs. Perkins & Co. The followed g plarticu, was for several years oreman im tile office of LASTER of PARIS ton 1 175 Bak of Canadatr 4 (t GI .
lart- on the subject are extracted from the last rIme New York Gazette, age-h 28.
Richmond Enquirer : At Chestertown, Md BedingHield Hand, Esq. DAIN.T iLead. dr cwt 8 Baik oU. Canada 10 Sava na cks 21
"A word now of tIe Queen's Portraits. I tAt Nourwich, Conn. Capt. Samunel llUurnmall, o di' do. dol 13 1e ry ia n pER r Augusa IE no sa
ohave seen onse of th r one au -aloa still sonrcle,-,. "-h '... 'oi dMr. Joseph Lovis, agerd 51, late r o Sp Browui diry, 2 2 50 Newark Banks pona Lon10Si",i1.vtio .
.b ea g o '. D, I,,o do do iu 9 ^ Eliabethtown Bk lar Banks at N.Orleans 34

cotitsf up, in order ito atify the desires of furnishig At Alexandria, Va. on Sunday, Mr. James RAISINS, Malaga a All kinds of a Notes especially those
every one of the thousands, who waited upon Carmpbrell, -aged 77. cask 8 8 50
her it processinis, with a badge to cemrut the In England, Sir George Campbell, aged 59, AS, iv',s- lb 4 -- 9 naed ahioce, am rheaoest ateso at G2lles-
button holes, this badge to be a portrait of the port admiral at Portsmouth. Do T is ,c 6, Tuk0 s -es
Queen stamped upon a bit of ribbon, To S .lrn. 4t P ga 1 2 12
strike offr as many as would supply this de- Longevity -itnurt the help ofraph/sicianr s' Do Ja. tdia, h pr.&g3d 1 1 9 0 25 A TIRANSLA.TION
taiisl iii so shioirt a space of time, Perkins had Departed this life. Isaic Pert-n, of Hanover lbo Br-iandy, Co.4thdo 0 1o0 0 'ti1E
reconrse to his softenue' steel,. He procured county, (Virg.) in the 86tlh year of hus age.- Do /tin, holl. 1st pr. 1 208 1230 7 'Tir _. I'"

;tit inratureii or one portrait being staloped up- t is a remiarkable farct that during his hang hife ) E-nglishCrowley fg IS GILBERT 11,AKEFIELD, B. .."
SJin it, ic was made abootut ome yard in circum- he never took a dose of physic, or was blister- Do do blistered lb 12 18 Froum thIe Second London Edition. '
tererree, and six of thO portraiits were stamrped ed or bled. Do Sewedisha 6 7 A large Octavo Voluume-very neat, R3 50,
irpoin it. Sir that bv oiine r-.,vohltinn of'the l-m Do 1riaste 6 7 Ai eu-i


!fi]ldr', ix ismpresiionad were, taukeir oil at once. Dumn-In January last, at Wigton, (Scot-
Thie effect of this rpiud ,i, J.IL ,,i.. was sao land) of a rapid consumption, Mr. J. Elrs W.
great, thlat Perkins was able to sell each por- BiuOAnFooT, late iof Charleston, S. C. in the
irait at 14d a piece, and still clear about 111. 22d ye-ir of his age. To the excessive grief
4lerling in every htir. The Queen's portrait which his seve e and irreparable loss will long
is oval, and occupies the space of about a fill those, united by the kindred and loving
udi:i.r and a balt. ties of mi6tlher and sisters, mriust be added tIhe
"It is southling to the pride of an American, tribute, of sorrow from all who knew him, due
to call suchmeIi nn s Per kii;s his countrymen. to a noble iearL ; a disposition mild and amia-
ble; anl the 1. ..I -- of all thuen train of'vir-
Mousvr-.PL:,ASAn.r, N. Y. MAtarch 15. tles which emulate "'the radiance of youth."
On Sun ayi.ast, Job, 'ing, qug bq. tlhe corunr-e, Tlien.- V/il long strengtile, their sympathies
Nt .s cahesl to view i usody ofa atil. See, fuort his premature death, aid their respect for
f!;t;si( dc~a( in a fieid os .iichael A,. ;nn,,e,.- Iis n.i.nor-y.
nb- crusis roads in tiis.towno. -t h', lc,'.[ hr twint ,f Itnis,
,u-esvd bVy ,steupliatce, ) t cc /r Chart zr' hri/ n- -


SUG A, Mus. prime
1)Do do 3d & 3d qual.
Do Hav. wh. prime
Do do 2d & 3d qual
Do Candy, China
TEAS, tyson
Do Young Hyson
Do Hyson Skin
Do Souchong
TOBACCO, Spa. If. pr.
Do do 2d & 3d qual.
D)o St. Domingo leaf
Do Natchit. Currott
WINE, Mad. L.P. old
Do. 'eneriffe, L, P.
Do.. Lisbon
Do Malaga


on
The Clerg'ymnan's Grand-
D1aughter.
A M.1ORAL TALE,
By the Ahuthor of the Factory Girl.
nricu 75 CENTS.
Just received by
Littell Henry.
march 7-( Tw 74 South Second street.

PRINTIN G,
T" XECUTED) with neatness, accuracy, andc
h dispatch, at. thro Oflc otl the Uvnox.o


A Great 'P---w .;!1.
7-r.-.- Tihe F)rm and Mills advertised for
I' i l public sale, by James Janney; for
p ._e tiuet past, in this paper, on the
i r .--A 1 ,. day i i '.i ..!- at i'ort Deposit,
state of Maryland, .. i. particular cir-
cumstances were nti.. .-1 fi or sale on that
day, and are now for private sale. Any per-
son viewing this farm and mills, cannot fail of
l -;'i, ,... pleased with the property and pricec
ih,,, l now be tktken furit.
march 20-cn3w

Valuable Virg'inia Land for

-~b V virtue of. the I .-t wil and teslemttent of
9 General John Cropper, .1-,,-;,.,, will be
sold at public auction, on I II iII.1 i ,\\, the
5th day of April next, at Accomack Court-
house (if not previously, disposed of at .ii i.:
sale) that highly improved tract of Land, on
which the .General rsidecl. rnnioini,-g about
750 acr's of high L.. I, *- -i, .1 .,u quantity
tie r.u-cf in wood, and there is probably about
500 acres of marsh. .
This farm is generally considered to be the
most valuable in he C(..,r, i nf I ..rr.'.:k. It
is beautifully situated on thie .1u'i ,'i ,: ,.--i of
thI county, with a ..,.I ,i,:e prmnpect of the
....11. 11. is about l ,re, l lin-r, 'h (_'ourt-
house, and Folly Creek, which e i ns tyaiLie for .
large vessels, is the boundary of the south side
of the farm, from whence fish and oysters can
be easily ob ained in great abundance, and in
the I. It -.:t i.ci f. iu... M .-- ir.s -l.pkl 11.% B u1 1.,%
the i.i,-lu Ie .-l il,: I, '. iiia where thslr' are
gu as i ai n b e '- _l sr J I-.-s i 1 ".
4 A haniionme_ and comfortable Dwel-
II..' -e has lately been erected,
t t lt:e s every other convenient
t~, I i no: 1 s-,y out-louse On this farm
thee ii Alt a. .i..n.l Tide Mill, the pond of
. uh i Ii .11 ,tur Is i (t-ti.h. i.i- a) tersa .-
The tL g t l ui :, ,.1 .111 ,t;,-,0,,, i;-rihib of soil,
and other advi,-t .g- 'a I. i ,i i. l I i n, com-
bines, are such, as, it is confidently believed,
are superior. to any other tract of land in tIhe
coMi f .\-T.T-c k,. I..,i such as to render the
F.irm ,iji, o il,.-i .. l e truly desirable.'
'I I.u 1-,.I iill be sold free ilo i ,cumbimanc".
and on a lbei.dl credit
Jhihn G. Joynes,
Thomas R. Jo)ynes,
clih;,rd D. 'j) ly,
Executors of Gen. John Cropper, deceased.
march 10-cpt25

In the Court of Chancery
Of the State of Delaware, in tnd rfor Kent County.
C" John Fisner, Esquire,")
Brinckle Adm'r D. B. N. of John I
(Patton, deceased, n
r Thomas W. Davey and Billun
Elizabeth M. his wife, E quit
Rodney. -late Elizabeth M. Loock-
|erman, and Allen Me |
t ULane. J
F EBRUARY Term, 1821.-It is ordered by
the Chancellor, that the said Thomas W.
Davey and Elizabeth M. his wife, do cause their
appearance to be entered in this cause, on or
before the fourteenth day of August next, or
the Bill of Complaint of the said John T.-her
be taken pro confess as to the said Thma, .i.i, W.
Davey and Elizabeth M. his wife.
State of Dela;/are,
Kent County, ss
In testimony that the above is -a true
copy of the Record and Order of
******5 Court in the case there, rr.ei.ii, in-
.r a ed,, I his.- h':i] .iln.- ,.i my im-I
,* ** and cause]J ,lia -i .1-I utLhe aLil' 1,f
Chancery to be hereunto affixed,-at
Dover, this third day of March,
Anno Domini, 1821.
J. L. Harper,
march 10-cp3m Reg. C. C.

The Elegant Full-blooded
Arabian Horse,









GRAND SULTAN.
N OW in full health and vigour, will stand
1 the ensuing season at. my stable, sign of
the Lamb, on the Lancaster Turnpike road,
one mile from Philadelphia, at the junction of
the roads of the Upper and Permanent Bridges,
at the moderate price of Thirty Dollars th& sea.
son, to be paid within the season ; Fifteen Dol-
lars the single letip, to be paid at the time the
mare is covered; and Forty Dollars for insu.
rance, which will be demanded as soon as the
mare is discovered to be in foal, or the proper-
ty is transferred. Mares sent from a distance,
will be fed with grain at the neighbourhood
price, and the keeping paid when they are ta-
ken away: every attention will be paid to them,
but at tha risk of the owners.
GRAND SULTAN is a beautiful iron gray,
5 years old last autumn, 151 hands high, and
for elegance of form, as well as power and ac-
tivity, not surpassed by any horse ever import.
ed into the United States.
Grand Sultan was imported into the United
States during the summer of 1820, from Tripoli,
and selected with the greatest care and atten- .
tion from the best stud of the Bashaw, and is
declared, by tire certificate of the Bashaw's
Public Secretary, Signior Abraham Sercise, to
be of the finest anrd highest Arabian stock ever
reared in all Barbary. His sire, Billah, was it-
ported from Syria: His dam, Caulab, from-
Egypt.
John Elliot.
march 5-dtlAug


NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to thIe estate of MAR-
GARET PAUL, late of the County of
Philadelphia, otherwise called MARGARET
LEAD, will be pleased to make immediate pay-
ment to the subscrioer, and all persons having
any demands will be pleased to send their ac-
counts, properly attested, to
Slii nI Thatcher,
Administrator, Attleborough, or to
P. A. Browne,
His Attorney, No. 194, Chesnut.st. Philad.
march 14-d&cplrna

WANTED TO RENT,


A House containing 2 or 3 rooms,
%with a kitchen, within 3 miles of Phi-
ladelphis, with a small garden adjoin-
ing. Apply to Messrs. J. G. WATTS
& Co. publishers of thIe Union, Philadelphia,
with whom situation and terms must be left.
march 16-eod&cp2w

Wra.pp ing Paper.
A QUANTITY of W prainP g Paper Cor salt
at this Officc no! lP*-dta









Q ell, b,. that all Ipr cec.I.:1. ;, i!. .
Lat e frum r i.1 to,,e .",y ,,1
.. t 19 1 ft. -h T1.' p,,ilrmcil, were t 1he .,,.:lia-n1 1. L,] .,, I
I- RO OVR conaRiusPoSnIET. Castlereagh would not ah..:;]pIte the argu -
Office .'i .llercantite Ydvert 5r,r meant on the ictjs-r.
'e-*. Yok, M:archc20. S Lord ,lSi-.,r nllu ll .I ni .c ,-rs had re-:
Tile regular trading ship Ann Maria, capt. fused to insert the Qc..e ',.,arnc ,,, fhe l;In-.
Walkinson, arrived here this day morningiy,
frori Liverpool, wi,,:h place she left on the gy, because proceeJ- g tf r ,,,,..c'. .,el,,a C
28th of January. She metgoing in, the Mar. w.-nerep p is; in, t, e L.--,e ....... i. i, ,.o
tha, Sketchley, from this port, anI ] .poke, 80 rI r)eEn'. nameto-fie l,,Iy,. ..-..l CItl'- -
imnesfrom Liverpool,,n the 31st, the packet Qure .h name to Alderman erg e,. i
ship James Monroe, which did not leave this reagh gave no i,,I. alderman isem Scs, i
port until the 15th of that month, and probably psl.- ei;ig a ;-ilir peciorn f omn S, d iu ,
landed i.cr p singer iii -16 t i'." J. ]'eregre i tie sr1g-. ,, l -ncc t- ,, ,, i ..-
lan 1 ,r p r i T, (au.luch% n nme frofn the lit'[rgy,blnt ite placing
Ah..ut 3500 bags Am.r-ic,. cotton were sold t-her'n nrme r,, te litirg', but. Ie ig
theweek preceding the 2PC atiJan. and prices it lh re n.'v.' c .qu,,., t ,J,-i ;t re,. ,ic-c i I-
remained stationary ; no improvement had ta- bamedthe letter of the Queen to t King.
ken place in other articles of American pro- It bc tmele I. ou.e o C.-.T, rsont o rehAect b.-
duce. f 1re rie2 p, ,.' e ct e n id
The Editors of the Mercantile Advertiser pec.Iall ,ifer ti-e wc'r, .1i h.,.J g;i'n lo te
have'received bil th;s rri l. Liverpool papers many i rid.,e- olers edro .'r.-Mr. Hlu.'-
to the 27thand London papers to the 26th v"..J.' ed lit- m -.sty rc,-m tie- generP l cihr-
Jai uary. g-s, lich, h c ill s wrmtli, ie tleimel .I nmcanly
-.. caiJ urgenr..-,oi. n jin I .iushtfi lthe Qu.:cnsl T.
LoNtoir, Jan. 26. ter. Ai.lcimant Hcit-te rerle.ihe -Aller son..
S C'rin., o,':.: '.* 1.4" -T1i ? r.n.l ci lancee Willt fhiitlher cnicnv rs.iicn tlce pii"tl, W.n 1 Lid o'1
a r.p;,il. unpr-sc. J-s .1 Tlihers.e sincc'' tlr t' e etL.lr, .n- r.rJerec to be p iiired..
as';r.mblig ofii pi-rliamcnt, is ihe:crly three- per The Hon. G Lambe inixlei fe recc ck's. oil
cent. Ti.. imrprovemcit is ernirtly ascribe 1 that part of h.s M .j..esr' s petch .hi.:ch re-
Stihe- me.x-ure; of Government. ferred to the ,lTuaoT ',f th.' lfi.;ngd.imi lof Naples.
"The agit.ti.in of the stock exchange, cn ,r. Mr aInr! -thien .ske.l Lor i. CakclereaLrhi if hee
net be descrihe.d. No person appears willing could rofi.es) e thie time at ahicih he vtould pro-
to sell real stock, and no j.ibb.-r is mad enough baiy be enabled to give any infoirnlti.on to
to speculate, tlr a fAll. The three per cent tie- h.-.ise on that most interccfing and import-
corniulsi.-'r acoint left off last figlitat701}7-8; ,n, siijcct '-Lord C.,-llcreagh sa-l;d. thIt he
Sletlor-e 12 ,'cl'k.k tici mcrnling, tlh:y were 72." a. riliers at aloss to answer so wide a q'jes-
tlous Or COM'UNs, .,ru" 24: tion, more especi.,slv Ihiie the citccinm.ance
'Th Marquis of stock gs, noice, that. were still pending which occasioned it..
Thoe Marquis of I .% istock g ne notice, that r' d h t
on Monday se'nniht, u move a re Sir R. Wilson, after alluding to the non-re-
on Monday se'nnight,.c 1 would move a rest," 1
tion. expressive, of thie sens of .he housi on exception in this c eiltry ouf te Nejpl ;tan m.n-
tie conduct Ac, nnii,Ters io arlds her mIT.jesty. '. .Is;or, asked Lor, I C,-sler S,gh a hsler the
Sirt W. Lemon pree-nte.J a pectfioi from '.on-.rcc.gniton of any Ne3p.,,hicn min,:iser li
Truro' piac ig fie r,s.lorat;on of the quee '-.. acc r.ip p.c ed toilli h ,ny I'c h ile i,,nit.,,ri to.
i n, to th.- li-urg. A petition was alsrli.l up rcI le '--overnme,, nt 1 .c sc cM, cn oC N o N
a t, oi,. aLl-, pia)ing enquic incoto theconspi "L 'ord tler C .r ."
act .ne.n-l iheiqueen. Other petiroins werle I Mr. J me-s asked v.hetielir any p., met 11.1.1

p. L.:I.ted to the same effect. ","en L.t-l T -r, ,le on sccourm sf lthe Ai rI"'i-i
c- ,. --Lord CastIlere.Sgh ,Iid. nj jiro pinyment
N il \%% e ie r n -.'a th:! l e c ,lj n try h a-I b e e n if I *
n the c try hd been mie fr a.,mee sis, nd tI-rnm tihe
Ellited by 'flse ai'd perjued evidence, and it a: .
c r :,o t pro,. corn-.'pr ocr and blie wished to I t co rnic tons( t e ib i oiI % fa
i c a a ce i d o u 1 s crbiir c jl i Ibe pr.:ini-- e.Jc .1-. l e sc re .t f* I'.
'liow wh'-ther the noble lord (Castlere5igh) ments-Ir. JcmsI ae nrcce 1i
..inter..IS i .cny inquiry. Lord C. itlei:r. igh st I ,
"e would inoc be dragged by high sou'.J,.-ng irte niontom.,.e forpc intheuc.j.cr
pIli .1e into prematictredlCdieuisiion of a-.subject i
1 '3, 111ih b'r-o IfIuht up and .-Trire_,d In.
yet to be debated. He- shu,ild thleetre e dec.a.
clin -in ic.er the quellion. C .n-id.ring lthe Lord Castlereigh gasc notice, that s- r m.icl
disiiccnto,,o-f cie other side Iformcn-. to en- of his Majesty's speech as related to a pro'i-
ter I,r.. the suljiect while the preceding was 1ic,, Ilfr thic Queen, wouldon ocWdanesd.c net
peril;iig in the ih.nl, it as singum ,r tlt they be refic-.r d to. a coirrmittLe of tIhe s iole I,>Liso.
were so anxious now to meet the question.- M'. It'et.-rell mseJ *" Tirhi tl,er. hbe L.i.l ,e
Geernal FErg-I:..n h.d moved last session fbor fore ilc- i..voii. -opies of .l th. c-illceti, fr,.rn
pL.pera on tili c.c.jecc, but had been told lay the time of James I. to the p-rcs..nt per.ol, in
lord C(,silreiagh tcit the time was not come. which the n"m :-f fll Qiceec. couisort li-.. from
He now .t-sli.: d t k,,os iftie nobhl, lo, .1 would time tl. tIne bre" nc -erc .*J."--gree.l .... Tihe
1iow pi..,ducce ,.1se ppes. Lord CA.,,lere.gIh usual sessional orders were then passed, and
r-,itc. hl.6ci fithei time was now come, the the house adjourned.
i',c.. g,.,'ilrel.n iri rfht nm'e for the papers. The l-i-r4rp..col Advcrtiser crilithe ?"i of Ja-
Mr. B. rsct i. rer..itcdl is i t l ti tge Jf.:o'- r.pil ac, nary i .bserves i 'The s cr .1 session of the
c, P l, ]l C sal trvl-t.gh :, i 11 S.. lor t"' 'l- htlo presCenr parli.nm'.nt wis o priIe' on Ti u .Lc, li
ma.il tI1,- c'ih cige to Iriakc ie lt iei c.i.e. last, and the ti .:e.'-ch i'f llic the throne i.lIt led
The Ma'rquis of Tavistock askel if nmi;wsire by his majesty in person, will be found ;, 'iour
Irlendedd to p0r..p'-e any remedy fr ihes dis- subsequent columns. Such untnsual p sir have
tc .ts ,, Ie cour.Irt ,' L.ord C.,>iltr.. ili ex- been taken to render its tone and t.i s' mi.le.
pre s d Iis sBnipih hiiih thlie sufferings of rate and conciliatory, that it was suffered to
l,.: ieadl,c, bui he %as not ac are that man-i.- pja. in both houses without any amendment or
ter.. were- in pcos-es,,] ,iC'anycV measure which division.
voni I be likely ta utioc.d relief.- Numerous On the subject of our f:..ign rmel at;n-, we
pa'h.un, c ,ere laid up..n the table, calling for are .csure.l tht the mn't i.iur.-ble :ipcar .i
iwLq n} ino ti c.--cnriscr c) fyi l t tie Queen, ces ofl Fia ic di:.. r,;tinis cuiinue to prevail,
i.oi tie re-.t,-r ccn, of her name to ,ie liturgy, In tr.,u.'ing nn tice pr. 1-e1i menacing attitude
and -ji 'ht. i.-.pea, inni it of miniiisters. Mr. of \uir ri in i ie north ..-f c I .il. i.,r iJ .ii.erpool
I .mhiu., in preencirg -a simlir peti .in from pointedly observed, that if it was necessary
,G. .l-...ci, calkJ upp..r the 'house tIo pa ini to engage in war, the system of war in which
tlh-ce imess rle ucm.Jt attention .to petitions 41e ,i..uld he m.-,i b ckvs ,r.l to engage would
fi.':rn .hbe coutr, complaining of those who be th it which 1,dd Im.r its object to interfere in
clnim,. I,.. ,be the exclusively loyal and con- the inte iici affairs of other states." Such a
stitutional. Nice-teen twenlietia of the people declaration, from such a quarter, is not less ho.
wereic s, op....-.i to the measures of minis- notable to the m'l.i',te, 1'FI ur alcm it proceeds,
ters.. He pra.Ivc t, God that the indifference than copsolatory to the nation, which is now
of the noble lord and his colleagues might not suffering so severely from the prevalence of a
lead to tne most disastrous consequences.- contrary spirit. We think, however, that the
Li, ic'a.tlreaghc declared that he had expres- speech, on this point, might have been still
sc.l I., seiimet iw s dwre.pecif'ul to the people more explicit; for rc.arnridgrin our national
of England. strength, and our insular puI.rIui, it is .ItlicatL
Mr. Behnett laid on the table a similar peti. to conceive a chance, in the range of possibili-
tion from iIt llure. He took this opportuni- ties by which this country could, at this time,
ty of denying that any 'lhng Qlid b-.-n proved be drawn into another war against the will of
against her majesty. Mr. Tennison, in laying its government. Unless our councils should
on the table a similar petition from Great be smitten with that fatuity, which, accordit g
Grimsby, remarked that he had understood to an old proverb, usually precedes destruc-
last night from the noble lord, that the only tion, we ought to avoid a war as carefully as
prop scaion, ministers would brncg forward re. the owner of the glass shop would shut out from
g.rdig ithe Qu,.-,-n. rI lde.l to the provision for his premises a fight of wild beasts. Mr. Tier-.
herresidence,(icac.ih-acri'mluraCusilecse.,gh ) ney shrewdly observed, that dtur;ng a period
Mr. Hume laid up.,-, the table m ini petii'ns i ofpeace, it weight be ',:...:'.e to dragt on our
from Scotland to. the some effect. Mr. Est- cumbrous machine of finance; but on the re-
court laid upon the table the Devizes peticiin newal of star, he mustbe a bold man ti.it could
to the same purport. Some discussion ensu contemplate it without dismay.
ed, as the hlion. member declared that the pe- In speaking of our domestic condition, lord
titon was only signed by 400 people of little CAST'risEAGHused everyexettion to make out
consequence. Sir Francis Burdett said that the favorable views of :hie .J\-al speech, and to
until to-night he h ,i n..ct distinctly understood impart consolation to the nation, but the real
that ministers had given up all further prosecu- difficeulties of the country cannot be concealed.
tion ofthe Queen ; if so, it would give the His0ordship "felt pleasure in stating that lit
-country great satisfaction 'and tranquility. In the fifth year of peace, we could go on with-
future, it would not be said that the slightest out additional funding; a degree of good for
aspersion remained oil her character:-- tupe which did not happen to other countries
HIe hoped, therefore, that there would be which are frequently appealed to as subjects of
aio further discussion here, and that the ,ii,,dant, ge'Iis comparison." IHis lordship,
King would at once restore the Queen's we suppose, meant to allude to America in this
name to the liturgy. Lord Castlereagh s:-.-g.--t sentence ; but, alas there is no consolation to
it might not be understood that ministers had be derived from that comparison. If the chan-
changed their determination. The bill of ceclln io ,tlc exclieqluet c.,n ii,pense w-th a loan,
pains and penalties ihad been, withdrowni with. ,t is unrl b' se-.*.rg .cn the grertesr p ,it of the
ou any intention of suLim:cnt.g another meas- sinkihg tun.l,uc the operations of which rested
ure of the s:une character. -To a "-u>iUt'itc our hopes of any material diminution of our
from F. Burdett, Lord Castlereagb again assur- enormous debt. On the other hand, if the Ame-
ed the house that there was no intention of rican minister has recourse to a loan, it isfor the


substituting any other pr-ji'sectiii for that 'sake of preserving unimpaired a sinking fund
;vhich had already come to an. end. It did not ofthree times its amount, which in a few years
follow, however, that the-name of her majesty must e ic,, ih the whole of their public debt.
was to be restoredto the liturgy. MAlr. lroug- We are suiprsid thit hi,l1r-,..1,,p should have
hamn a..ked whether the noble lord meant that bs,-- iecrved into so unfortunae a remark.
noe enuuiry wMs to be iaUtctuted against the On the agitating quc-'.tion. tf '.ie .c:ic r, no


much has hl'.?,.ri.o .he'an hbrT.-:c i f. -tvr.. 1 .
tice was .-..1 i 4 ii.,o i,. h ..:,.. l, i
ir Iaj-. ; ",, c ei'-i r. : i ti t cc n ,., .15 p, "1. "' -
tory I-, ti., iIT, i...'S-J : i s. It -eli. ll I ... ,c t...
the .crc ,.ji,;,i.,,i uf c hcl.I rec nlc- is .i,.I Jd..cc,. ca"'c
.4 rn-.', I. jc t.. ,i j-..trt' I s i'.- i. i L I
Ct.s-. (I'A i, ". 1 1.. -:e,'. t. l hitter i nc l c i .I5 .
rm--' 'a S .c I c i clie qii s--isun ,i -.cg I pt. i '
c .ci'- .J t tieC mi'-'i rer, on a di ii'r-. t r.'j
1i '. A 4i.t y .c c --I ." i .i- sr..i'- .S a e
iJ r, hn, ir1,1luerj ced I.- J 11 i.nt Ir -. ill
ilshl.: %s. th.i U. tc'i d_'T"ic te pn'i i *the a'i .-l.t
I.,nce 'j1 Arscnc.rcr, isi but ii 'u." Lord Ca,. lc-
'c ,.;h gaive nritice th t, ,n \': esiner .,' i', Ie'i,
lhe s'lic-ul submit an a c1 ii.i.'iesit to t]"th
ic.iulse rc specti. i g lic e q..eeni 'c J that ttli
was t'e ..-sl pr,:pu'. rc.n can ion e i l- ia .t i l ichi
ii-isf- ris miearit to brLirc firs i'%.rl I'l_ li coun.
Yi, i Ill le rin thi;s b iih ,. .--r.. i si S actici ."

Latest froim E ,'![ ind.
Th.e r eigul-r trinih.g uslip Ann Maria, C'.aptiin
Wathinsoi.,ii, riAe. j t New., sk on Tuesdayy
morning from Liverpool, il.nce she sales on
the 28th of Janu.-.- By tii ,i ai.il the Edi;-
t6rsofthe C.immci ail .c. A rt,-i cr h.ve rccei.
v, d L .Jondo p-Apers, LloI 1, Li-st .c.1 n Pl.-eI"ur-
rents, to the eBith of Jj nu]:., anmd L; rpoujl pa-
pei to the Z'Stl. .
Thie Courier coni;nSi the .lic-Als of a b.'ile-
rous mecurig at O\tirdd. A. meeting of free-
holders wa called to vote an a.ldre's to the
King. Thlle Hjicjl-, l 'however, sent handbilli
about, cillicig an eirly rr-ee-ting uof the troops,
at the:ippL'jrtd place. Ac. :Irdi;ngilI, the br;ck.
Is) r's I brrers, c.irttnen, coal-lhe.-'.cS9, burg,-
men, &C. t.c, ,ss..-,rnbled at sc1 early hour, in
their r 'irt idre'c.I, sill ck '-trock-, aimiions, '.c.
and _crcrouncled the building by an iinrr.cnae
crocid When the lictir of the regular meeting
aric ed, flie l'reeli:llers came, bsit Asuch ,acs lihe
croijtd that but f't' I of tLemi co lJ i- g.t ii., .,nd
the great bid6) ol ths.=m we-re otligedi to retIrn.
T ,' Ra.iJ;c.ls \I tl und.-r thi e c'c in.irai. i f it .j-
HolliaJ, arid a i.l c.I address vy.. iord rOne
intl, .1 slo-.-.maker, aoith ,ve childre i, \was
cr' .ihld to l,-.tli b) Ill..-: cri d.
A t'renri.h r .per .t s,. tue ti ..o c-el. br.ted Ber-
garr;, ;Grd M is-.:r .t the Orer cfl St. (I'ro-
i c'I'. e i'cr i- c.ri l.i lieen s-ecn[ a Si lr..in llie
c..p;[.i, uIlere his Or.Jc-M h not.. ,.t .acquired
'tiliank, to tht vi ue of the Fitnch liadJe,) lice
tHhiltc of'naturailiczaton.
Thela-.c-.ma reil,ar-, coinmmemoral iin of the
nras,.-r of Lo-nui \V\'. \i i. lemined i;n the
church of i K'i.j ; s orsi turd.,y, ltie 20i. inst.
A .rpcit 10to .iO attelln, the c'celemoT y 1al ap.
puilteil by the HIlouse f t'e'era.
hlifiilgin-rice fi'om L.ivbachl, to the Tlh inst.
inl'-,U' .,:. -. llhe ar 't.il tl..re ol the Lmpeso'rand
En ipresi- ,of Astcs-ria on lthe pri'.:,-..ii, i y..
YTi. ELcrcicm.r of' II.c.a :,.I Kng nof N ai[s
v ere mn'nicntrn l Yi exp. cst-,l ; i.ch I. lr[r ,.nl
bC'n ilsltai0neil on i route Ii.s tihe s. i '..
Tli.- n -is,, frc.or, Mai sril ll lt,I e .I..u, ,al, toi
the Silh ul .Iicnccwar% cl,-e-, ,t c-c rii:ts i mt .'' allis.-.ni
tou tl e ilclh C Hci'e-i l '11 11111.11 ij lthe K ,I, ot s m n
to rep iir lto i t., )l ch.i.
On l the '.21], ;n tlh. lI c,,,e of l.roi. I..,rr.i l.:i
mn,.ire ccsns .- the Istcc ':r lti lirs [iII 'c S pee-ich.
whichh was as usual, a mere cl-.s- SIw it. I I ,m1.-
swer was s-,-cindedl In Lordc Prudhoe; Earl
f-. ol pi..,s-c.l, iecaci i.: tic ~Isc l e 'i fie Nl 1 .1',
and those of' the Lords ,ri pri irie-r l l .sinm, tell
very far short of giving any statement of the
Jdar.rc rs in,1 .c .i. e-s,-.. of ils- -:.j',,i rcy.
In thi s C, ucirrh .ini, I,' l[:.,.ik, 3 n ed the ad-
d1's-. z ,'icci c.cssud'' ii Sic Ir Browyn-. ic


dU:e l.ch l ,s .%i or.i dL..,I L \!r Brown. Ii:
the cicrIjf -e l i pi 5i ciiia..i, T'y r r, Ik;, 11r
h ria -: .a.h rled sI Ic ie .-j.: J.i.cc l c .f II.e cod.-
tj3 in s-ecre r, i-rm, 'I Le c..rrin-rce ,f t' l-
Ili',.'im T%%s 11`1 t 1hs', if, t 'Ei'3 Ilicrter of the
i ui hli, iIJ i ."..': ", i ) h1 .i e1 1 'p..i-le t'. .r li es, i
S -.- l i he I -.c i, d Tc' .J 1 o I.,-ger Jr-sp,-.-ld -- W ithi
ics l.-icr li tlh pi .\ ion I r ihc i- t-. li.-n. to pro-
cire t.n rnitn t, he aid the House should
.]!I"- tl,'" pr.. un'i r e'ictiilnt :.J .
[l S'" c .,],' .:e ..lA the' ro.-.nmendation res-
pecting the Q.jcce ,IN thi lini,': Spce-.:I, it was
settled at ai,--=t;nig of the Opposition, that
there should be no amendment nc-tl.eJ ci tlce
Address in either House.]
The Queen.-Lord Archibald Hamilton rose
to gi rn..lice ,.c inotiont he intended to make
on the Iii, fiir ttise' restoration of the name
of her majesty to the Liturgy.
Mr. ,i% cdhelir'te moved that all copies of Col.
lects and Litanies in the public Liturgy of the
church, from, the time of Anne, in which the
name of a Queen had been inserted in the pre-
sent his-c .j-thi' Collects and Litanies attach-'
ed to the Act i1 tI,'rit-P.iii -njr., also, a copy
of .in orl,-' i Cicc'.lcl of ithe 12th of',anuary,
15'-i, i. thie a nicnsu %iR r 1 j. :-i)'s- name ]in
the Liturgy, be laid on the table.
Lord Ca'cilet, :1 ,, 3.qs..Pci the motion. He
said that his lsje.r'. ,u, ei 'nniet had not the
Ik--,i obje i .js- to produce the pfp.ri- called
for as early as p..:,ibl', but he hoped that the'
honorable mover would- i\li'.l,-. a' his motion,
and give notice of it.ta-morrow. Unless the ho-.
norable member did so, it would be a bad pre.
cedent. It was impossible the papers could be
produced by the 26th,. and would, if persisted
in, only have the ( iTecit sof i.Jeu.., nc,' or put-
ting off the motion of lord A. Hamilton.
An animated conversation ensued between'
loru A. Hamilton, lord Castlereagh, Mr I ierney
and others.
Mr. Bragge Bathurst rose in the course of
the afternoonu.and was saluted with shloutsof
laughter- .
At six o'clock a division took place on Mr.
Weetherell's motion,--For it, ic j-Ayn;.c,i.L it,
206-Majority for Msin-iir t, i?'.
On the 24th, in the house of commons, sever-
al petitions wee presented by the friends of
the Q,,s--n, fc., ri-. restoration of iher name to
the Liturgy, and investment with all the right
and privileges of QI'.- c' (o C sort. An animat.
ed debate arose, in which the opposition tra-
velled over the old ground of the ediuowsa .ture
I of the trial,


i Lord thwart, the British Ambassador, is
not going to Laybaich, where his place w-ill be
taken lor the tune by a ir '. Gordlon. It wasI
remarked that when lord Stewart .gai'e his 'f.te
oni tile 1st of this mouth,none o ttheLii Archdukes-
were present, a circumstance whicl is conitra-
rj to tle usuall cu.stitl.
S tI+ount 'i.,.... t.-,, thle Iussian minister


itM ,-. .W .:th;cr,-l br.-.ucci fi.r-tr' 'c,, n,. t..;.',n
.c,, h ih thy, .aud it was ,.::r-: l ,. '.i1 .l
-. 1p ,,, i .-a it seem s i I .' i. ',
1 I .. bi ,i '.I. h thir- all the .' '.- ts- rie-
il., -' c.. m sr furnished' ur, i.'r 'n I ,i l.'- of the
Slns.-. -'
.A lhc-r,;ic..r, was also'raised by Mr. W. Lamb,
0n i- Ir.I c n i theI ..ill ccA ,t thie Continent,, par-
cICuiicrl w.ils reg..r I to NaI'-I',.
Lrd- Ca I.c'kc. .- g i- c.i-,ce, thit o-cvcS,0% .ei-
iit i.e ijl'd i ul n.f tic tl e IIO i., : a rnoi.i, .I..
ti I pr irt of sit I I i. -'tl ', rirr.. .- <.. ..i.,uI p!.'- c
s- l.,cli r red co tihe pr-,iJ- un to. be Itri .J ..ic
her Majesty the Queen. -
A 1 .,--.Ji.n p psir sate-s hlat Mr. Ih.l-h.ni ,il
soon] jIrc-eed io. A.trr.:a.
.c -o e.,, S,'- i. Oon the 23d of January.-
Iink Slur-es, p .r, sellers; Seven per cent. lt6;
Three per cent. 70.
British Stock. on the 25th Januarj.- ir.
Courier, in a postscript, says, ti.e fiuns-h ad-
vg jced. v'ih as r.s ,idit ii inp,e,-e.e.-i. l. The
I Je nsice the i' ,emblinep of P aI li.meit ,is::r-
ly three per cent. The impr-.c emen ii ..r,-
tirc-e i-rci Ied Is t i m ,i-. rcur ol gcI e. i.m.- In .
S lice pis,'niersgc tar er that there tcsd besr-
iso mater;-il vi ri.taloni in plica'ins-'e oijr I itL
adi re-e, ihe cisde h:lcJ bes n a lstl- mI -.cre rli'-sk.
AtLondon, on the 17.th -:1 J.a.u-I.\, 5.1 i
barrels ofQuebec Pot As es s.-.l as c.ll.-, :
lct.. -; 6, -4. 2-,i is 1 30s .tl s i j3d 2 do.
Pe.u, I, t. i41s cid a 42, ds .'-: a 3'9.
LnrDov. J.i. 2..
After, h1i M 'jc.l t h dil J.I .ter- i ti..- R...!
3r.cfch, I 1- l i l jid c to s lot I I-cnan-.ell.,.'- 'i ho
l-.l -ircTiined on tlie riglit hsicd -'ide ofl i-e
thr.-rn- ; srl hti; I or.,i lip, th., ice prmuc cJ iOl ti
thei ,\'c:,i.- k.- 1 Ic- KI rs. lihc re i., .l. cInd I..I-
ailig u irbcd, r.urce.l tu, ac id ,':-e-. i iJ tie
roy .I c.arr ige.
T-ir.- t -rs ,..f i ,he I. uie c-as iJ..', t l.,:,10
filhi.J 'c-h l..Li -, perres ss-.s, tliec r lau gli'- ,i ,

i hie inte,' i i .f th., H1.u .e of .Lord-. ,;i now.'
smilar to (0 h-,t it as oe. orr- She Queei,', iIl.d.
I h- gKallers :- hi Ir- L.-- n enrir- \ it m.t1 d; a-l.d
1'.bc 1i. td e 'hA" ,it L1 r ti- cIs-c L- i l a151 c ai.c ':.-.
icf:,s.s dl, i;-'O ,- aicil sib-, I'i l-iclcis llilI ,s'-ce re-
qi _-i-re f'il t.,: sc :an-el, v IT].:-,-is -, tc. e er.
t.rely, t:ik-t: i .ci % T hi s, pct c k. pr i ,r l..r f' r
the -:cs rnies'T. of 1 e lc.ut e r I f Ct onC."11 J cor ..cl
cinn. l rlr ble p., r- i re-i'c, he.',e iI, :o.- am.,icgs,i
t11i0: .**s t.in rs' chr l c-"i, -d .ii n'islc _.-ci I ih,'
i,hlic i' -rss .r iri. k.-' s iw er' ris Ii r 'c' icc), :., 'J
:ill ir I.c IIc .C. rI.rs .ge i .,rI .,ppilc r.' rbi. uI,j
ed h.. i OtHi-cIe ..l iFIte lordi gI .-at cilr-ib.-rl ;, itn
the il.-c".l o l.rrtsI duiI rL- tl he while us. -i,.
.c W\'. LD. F I'ell-iipc s. sKee ar', c ti he lorJ
g; :at chn. llci llt i .. i c ,lC i -, d il thi'l Olin'.- ~S -.
I '" \ I'. -li t sJchic.ed ass'iu.ri n- ir I. kicst.-
A.\m (,ii ,is :t th,- c niuLl.,. : .c lhdl Ii thle lhlelli r oI ilI Il -. 1I
L..l d %0. d Ili MI ;. t Old H -ll r Ifk lile
-tin Chnbe r, ic. ,. '. th ,., p .'e ,
lih. r..i-.,,, ieom, llie ms-is,- d i;.Iiccg-.s-,s-d \ii i--
I., r i i --.,
.'c i Lc n W' 1,' '. :k, Mr Leee, the high consta-
ble, re-''c-i l rsl--r- hiiisr Sir Thomas Tyr-
Wvhit lic 1 -her )tl- t i le .',k r-.1. 1 ,:1 lt1.
rp..cc:. siiict r's lt the Ii.|,i, ?ric .'-riria e II-c'i ih,.
i.,..e l l..r.l-. Is-ni be I mL' nc i-t. J, i it
uri.li r thie l'i .', ,bet l 'ieeh ll. p. e- t. '.:ce-
:,ll I lce' p ,,." h. d rcAgt I" icc .s .o I (i l- ri ; I.
% c I .l. pil pI r,( lI) for tIl,- cIlucei,. lpi .r p.,c.cnrcc
fit li ,. I., iral. I "' slt i les w re iil:'. c'c l 1iic l
l n. .,..i i,.:.e ['lie I.ckctj ci1 stri ......-.' to
slih li i of" I -.rs I', wit ich li e ie r ac e ie r-lV.
-ic'. ...1 i,cc J .I,c '-i t ,.-c --- .1,. : cI S ...-
p ct', lr.- c.0irl o, Icr p. sion-, il If.re queLi's'-
lhtu-'.ic,-l. I, ind lir'y iare entitled t,. e e.-r by

At an early. hour the centre of the streets
leading from Carlton hic.c,- c.s We.inc'&,.-,r,
was strewed with gravel, and soon:, ic('-r uIciL,
till. ici .- i.-,. were lined witi ii.-. .1f ti,-
c i I.,I i.e I i i.T i cr,,. i c -i'se'mhiledl on
this occasion, was immense, and oIi c.,ul- con-
i.:f' i- c. l ,l.11 ,l, -;' F lpt i.-c .
ic-.: ,.l.,' a vt tic: Iui ,. i in Pall-m all,
C .cl;k[.i,,r .I t ,.-c ccc l tn: ''i ,,.i,( .:..-i i ,- c
rilct cci,11Ids-, .s -, i rll,.m cn ..l in c .: c 'E O e
i'l, IH %, ItC. o t. acts-rc1 ] % rcs t pA.a r n, t ,.
ti."r t. icr d p 'c.Jclcol p ". 4l lime 10 r ;,iic.- ii."
,- ,iccLc,, ,,l |'',,,:si.l,. T i'e l.crp ir p.atici.-,. ,-t lii,;
l] cIt.11. ic T h c 1 r I rC l ic 11ccci .. Itc-
i... i+i ''.,. ,ic ,iTi. ii c l. i, ., ,,r'rci r C -,cr ,n I. ..,i ,
in order to have view of his n, .i st) a ihe
came f., th.
lrec dsely at half i.i.1 on-I,., Ii. .--tr ,i, ,if
(.1 lie- palace w'c-e L[,trc i. ,'pri. r. l l th I._e i.I
ofthe cavalcade .alisi.l-i-t .ca'ci c..cic .s ur i
of'. a s1.l.ci:li i-i l .1 ti .' ic-ct i i ,, r ,rc l-
Thl: ,.: i..' nii'-lcaivy itollowed by four car.
ria '.- Ji ii, L i.s' hi b c' s e'ir i. in whiici
we;e s h pr.'r; .;p.1 i -.i ..:, ,,t I I. in 's
household. Next came his majesty, preceded.
by a s-',, f ,1 1ll l.'ri rs the usual number of
running footmen and state attendants, and f'ol-
lowvel by a strong body gi, r.l. His majesty
l....k. c 1.1 excellent health and spirits, and was
dressed in the full dreas uc.,It..n, of a Field,
Mlar<]ia].
Tic' cis-ciur. ,;t 1,iA majesty's carriage was re-
crs.-ic ri e.1, Ihe. ci r i ,' majority of the individuals
'.SItl e l ], c -ic ,ltic'lll l h.; I II c l I-'.. I C f; ,.-I I
ful manner ; and the ladies in i c ir, ,J...i -i.
balconies waved their handkerchiefs .with a
marked enthusiasm. At the corner of the
i f ,I -l' ;1:i tclere was, a spontaneous cheer,
wc i.i i ....- ticlyi re-echoed from thie ct-owvd in
Pall .i .l 1 i.., seemed to irritate i few ladies
andL gentlemen, whose appearance did not seem
Sto give value to thei-r appearance, ,nd set up -a
faint 'ry of "The Q cern, ".- ,e cc ,' This
cnet 'c ,,h cc little support,, acd although frc-
quently repeated, was productive of no other
effect than to inc: .-ne- It i rintc .-i .,ti r st
. ...Itc3'y among tlIe xceps ci.iLic t' ,1 1.1 ilt p.-.p,-

1 i..in i.-, horse guards, the manifestations of
I, ciit r ..-I 10t accompany his majesty un-
cil hie rc'- i.,. ,i ii' entrance of ticd house of
.c.si'... c..t i the ,.:,l ccc.Icc..,n, if thie crowd were
ic hiii., t,,.-.l. One or two individuals only lihad
the audacity to hisi. AA the moment his ma-
jesty .,..-i,.1, tlie gtns on the Wesuiiinster
tiricge battery fired a royal salute, tie band of
the guards playing lthe great national anthem.
Losnox, Jan. 18
On Sunday, the. Grand hDignitaries of the
, c,,i 11. ih.. mi ais'ers, secretaries of state, min-i
sisters of state, marshilhs of France, a numerous
assemblage of peers and deputies, and public
Functioinaries, were admitted to pty their court
to tLie kisg In the afternoon, his mnc.jesty .ca s-a
acted business with the president of the minis-
ters.
According to recent advices from Spain, the
conclusion of a treaty of Alliance hetwee'n por-
tugal, Spain, and Naples, may be considered
as certain.
Loino,, Jan. 23.
Ve have this morning received IFmrankfort
papelis to the Ijth inst. The following intiselli-
gence, dated Vienna, thie 6th inst. as cll they
confutn of any interest :


that Mr. Timothy Barn')s, of Covington, has
also killed se i., -.h ;, in p ,-t winter.

l.as'riamous, March 20.
, The Tfeather-An old and respectable inha-
A.ilnitt of this city infiorms us that the pr'teSnt
month of .\lch i.has be en colder than the same
iontih ot'any year ti'r t &, a tacrty years. IThe
t! '... i.I ... i' yestar't la tiornit wV,I btel- w
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From the London Courier, .Tan 25 '2
In the house of c'mlmonp Ist ]ibi'. little i
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events,m li.-- .,,...,i be in tine fei- lert-h A.
H Siiiti on's ,i .. .,,i i ,, c .,.,i bic ii,. t .,e
ot thai ti,,., ., ., S ,ic ,c hit cr-,;, hbe. c r.. ... 1-
ciated, ..... of' his nobi- i,.\i '. The
hduke of H i ,, i..i rii,.. d I. i c .1. :c ,,i, ttir tIhe
.words ...i'l... --c-. ,-,c.c c-, s siootd be.
struck out of the preamble .- i 1.. hi.l' ,.,i-
ed : and thiat motion wias :c ,i,s. n !,.,u( a
divisi the house on. f 24on
Madrid papers :.. ii- 11th have arrivedd this
niorciing. ilcey s..,pk.l no intelligencee of in-
tere-st. It is anciounced in acc ii'';i<:e ,1.cis-ri
Vittotia,- the 6thc instant, tlha t gs, ,., i s,,r_.- ii,
has found means to escape 'floic hi c"'.'.c.,.
mert. It is c:"li ... "i i.,.c hes fled to IFrance.
lii the house 'of s. c, ,.. ,1c. 24,on eicr"
s subject or aI l ,.. t' Iu in reply to a
question i., ii Mr'. Warnt-, lor il'Cd Gastlereagh
s id he had iio hiesia arion li ic ,,, Il', I,. I ,nI-,
that the course which had .been pursued
ty this coucctry on -i. ..ij no way ren-
dered it ac 'party to the proceedings, whatever
they might be, oft three g-r. .' I.,'. .-t ,. .,i.ii.,I
at iLaybach. Altha' there,.. ... . l i, r,.1
difficulty on the part of thie incglishi atdniral on
tlic -t.ic .:'. iir, itlhl.ti the kin'i" of Naples every
p[.-. L' I i.'.c for hi t y'l oy fge fro Nasples to
Leghorn, yet it outtght not to be inferrel from
that interference, tih 5 I't. I 1 l, Il any partici-
pation either in the :,, ,i t it -.- i ,I, majesty the
king of Naples to Laybachc, or in any other
part of the policy of the three great powers
on the subject. It was unquestionably it:.i -r
of great delicacy, and one on which ie could
not be called on prematurely to disclose the
policy by which the powers in question were
actuated.

,TOs.e' n GiucEwoon, a native of'Englandr, who
left the British army during the resolutionai:'ry
war and joined the Americans-after the war
was over, he residedb-ctweene N.ork and Phila-
delphia, supposed to he ii c i. 1..,, and
died about 12 years ago. Any information
concerning him will be thankfully received,
and handsuromely rewtarded by the subscriber.,
R. GRE., NWOO,.'- ..,, ..

Panther Hunting.i--'lhe ierwick American
informiis us that on the 24tl1, 25thi aind 26th days
of 'ebruc.ry, Mr. G(ieorge ViWenner, of Sug'arloaf,
Luzerne cictty, killed thri e e pantherss in the
\tilds of that townsilp. Air. Steiphen Ialliet-
of the saltie townsiiit killed oce--and we lccirn